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ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUEHDAV MORNING. AUtfUST 10, 1^^7.
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Senor Cauovas' Assassination^Was Careiully Premeditated.
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(JoinDeclared That the Deed Was in^the Accomplishment of a Just Ven-^grence - Avenged His Brothers^of Mort Juices.
Madrid.Aug. 9-The assassination of^Prime Minister Senor Canovas del^Castillo, who was shot and killed by an^Italian anarchist, whose name is be^^lieved to be Mlcalo Angellne Colli, at^the baths of Santa Axueda yesterday^afterniMin, wus uniloulitedly eeM-Mead-^idly premeditated. Colli deliberately^watched for an opportunity to kill the^.Spanish statesman, ami In only tired^when hs had no chance of missing, in^fact, the assassin, who was arrested al^^most Immediately when the premier fell^dead at the feet of his wife, declared as^much to the examining magistrate.
Furtherdetails of the assassination^show that Senor Canovas del Castillo^and his wife were present yesterday^morning at the celebration of the mass^In the chapel attached to the baths.^After mass the premie; \y as reading and^conversing w ith some reporters when^the assassin approached and llrtd three^shots at him with a revolver, hitting^him In the forehead, ohtsi and left ear.^The wounded man fell to the ground,^crying, ^Assassin, long live Spain.
Thepremier was carried to his room^and expired at 1:30 p. in. after extreme^unction had been administered to him^by a priest of the Dominican order. The^murderer was immediately seixeel by^people in the vicinity and would have^liem killed had It not been for the pro^^tection of the civil guards.
Theprisoner, who declared he had^killed the premier ^In the accomplish^^ment of a just vengeance.^ gave the^name of Kinaldi and claimed the deed^was the outcome of an extensive an^^archist conspiracy. Later, however,^the assassin confessed that his real^name was Michelo Angellne Colli, that^he was 26 years of age. a native of^Hoggl, near Naples, and left Italy and^came to Spain in MM After reaching^Spain Colli, according to his confes^^sion, resided at Harcelona and partici^^pated in the doings of various anarch^^ist societies in that place and vicinity.^After sojourning at Harcelona for some^time Colli visited France and Helgium.^und returned to Spain in July last.^After his return the anarchists seemed^to have nnnptetrd the pTtWTWf^rlff^^assassination of the prime minister.^He left Madrid for Santa Agm-tla at^the same lime as Senor Canovas del^Caitillo and awaited an opportunity^to assassinate the statesman.
Hesays he Is satisfied with having^done ^his duty.^ and asserts he has no^personal grudge against the premier^and was merely obeying orders re^^ceived from his superiors In a secret^sc.. it ty to which he belonged. He frank^^ly professes anarchist doctrine, says^he was sentenced to Is months in jail^ut Luccra. Italy, and claims he escaped^from there to Marseilles, from which^port he made his way to Barcelona.
mmOUMWK w ife of the premier,^w ho was but a sh irt distance from her^husband when the crime was com^^mitted, bitterly reproached the mur^^derer Mr his crime. Colli, in re ply to^the agonizing words of the distracted^wife, said:
Irespect you because you are an^honorable lady, but I have done my^duty, and I am now easy in mind, for^I have avenged my friends and broth-^crs of Mont Juices.
.VintJuices Is the fortress of Harce-^I ma. outside of which the anarchists^who have In en sentenced to death for'^the recent outrages have lieen executed^by being shot in the back. The an^^archists recently executed outside of^Mont Juices were the last batch of^fiends who were guilty of throwing a^bomb on the iccasl in of the C ^i pus^Christ) celeloation last year. Twelve^persons were Instantly killed and about^others, several of whom have since^dlecl from their wounds, were Injured.^For this crime 26 anarchists were sen^^tenced to death.
TheSpanish newspapers express^great Indignation at Coiii's crime'. Kven^journals that have republican leanings^praise the servic e e^f the dejt eas.'cl^stnte sman.
Apost-mortem examination of the^Pi r olns of the premier was made this^morning pri ^r to embalming them for^transportation to this city. Indignation^expressed at the crime Is shared by all^parties in politics and it Is generally^believed the members of colonial secret^rocleties were^ concerned in the out-^lage.
Itis reported that Senor A. Fldal,^president of the chamber of deputies,^will lie appointed president of the^c ouncll of ministers In succession to the^late premier at the expiration of the^official nine days of mourning.
Collideveloped in the examination^before the magistiate to-day that he^succeeded in firing two shots at the^people' wh * arrested him before he was^oveneow ered. The assassin calls him^^self a ' revoluti mary anarchist.
Thecabinet sat until 2 o'clock this^morning and dec ided to putiiish In the^Offic ial Calotte to-day. which will ap-^l^ear in black border, the appointment^of Lieutenant Ct neral Don Marc do. d^^Axcarraga. minister for war. as pre^^mier ad Interim. Senor Sagasta has^post|^^ned his projected visit to this^city. In anticipation of possible dis^^turbances at Barcelona, the police force^of that city has been reinforced.^' Later In the day It was announced^that the highest military honors will be^accorded to the deceased at his funeral.^The court will, however, not return^here from San Sabastlan. summer resi^^dence, to attend the funeral ceremonies.^The queen regent will be represented at^the funeral by the Duke of Sobo
Considerableactivity was displayed^to-day among republicans who seem^to believe their opportunity has ar^^rived. The g-n-ernment Is taking ex^^treme precautlins to preserve order In^Madrid and the provinces.
|QANS ^ KLEIN |
Madrid. Aug. 9^it appears this even-
SB ing that Colli, the assassin, repres'iit-^1 ed himself as a correspondent of El^^ I Populo The prisoner cannot l^e t.ied^= under the law providing for the trial^SS and punishment of anarchists, ss this
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usedor attempted to use explosives In^the commission ir attempt to commit^the crime . barged againsl bun How^ever, there is no eloubt Colli will be^summarily triad and sentence,1 The^public demands the adoption of striae-^ent measures againsl anarchists and^also against those who are in sympa^^thy ^ith them
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Ml1,1,-n Senile .ell,'II
MadiId.Aug. 9^Colli has confessed^that he killeel Senor Canovas Ic avenge^the Harcelona anarchists and the In^^surgent leader. Don Jose Itlial. who^was executed at Manila. Philippine^islands. ^m 1 -. ^n last as the instiga^^tor of the Philippine r. y.dui I
Rilaldenied that he was a i.i.el had-^er. but he a.limit .I thai he had drawg^up the statutes of the Philippine^league. In Colli's rooia II: |^^ ^lie e^tounel to-day a large double-barreled^pistol. It appears that w in i hs h*fl
the bouse Ve'Slcretay he e',l 1 i 0 'I .1 pa feel
whichis believed to have contained a^bomb The theory Is lhat ad aM iIiis^somewhere In the' fields.
Adispatch from Harcelona says that^Colli arrived there in December, 1Mb,^coming from Marseilles || was em^^ployed in'a printing office of the Re^^view of Social Science' managed by^the anarc hist engineer Tarrda Marmej,^formerly imprisoneel in Montjulces^fortress at Harcelona. Colli wh. simpli-^cated In the terrible crime of the oast*^bratlon of Corpus Christi. alihough he^left Han elona a few days before it oc^^curred. He was d nouiiieel lo tin- pe-^llce for complicity, but he had already^disappeared.
Tlielrt'ondnlencrs.^London. Aug. 9.- (^nlted States am^^bassador to the court of St James.^Color I Hay. and the United Stales^minister to Spain, General Woodfor-1.^called at the Spanish SfnbejalV here^to-day and presented their negate-^lences. In oe.nse nucne e' oi the' assassi^^nation ^^f I'remi^. r Canovas del e'as-
tII In. General WIfnrd will hasten his
de-parturefor Spain by a we-ek and e\ ill^arrive in Madrid Aug. 21 As sceeot as^possible the general will present to^the esassg regent a missaif of sym^pathy from the I'niled Slams. Colon I^Hay will give a dinner to-ulgm In^honor of General Woodford an 1 h.s^staff.
Wana I oinpnalter.
Harcelona.Aug. I.^Colli, the assas^^sin cif Setter Canovas del Castillo, uas^known here' under I at name' of A^ hit -^lolll. He formerly worked us a 0OSS-^posltor and was also known under Ik*^alias of Jose Sonto. He' was classed^as a militant anarchist and ^n^ an^intimate fi ii'tid of Aoh ri. tin pe rpetru-^teir of the' outrage in Called* Caiubros,^Oolll tied from Harcelona after thai^outrage.
London.Aug. 9.^ The assassination^of the prime minister of Spain has^caused great excitement and activity^among the police of all branches in^c ity. All llui mcu absent on l. a\c*^have lieen recalled and constant com^^munication are going on between the^British police he aebtuat ters lure, Scot-^land yard and the heaehiuai ters of the^Spanish police at Madrid.
Tails,Aug. a -The minister for for^^eign affairs. M llanotuiix, has tele^^graphed the condolence of the French^gove rntnent to the queen re gent and^to the government of Spain expressing^the Indignation felt in France' at the-^crime Just commit;.'d and referring to^the sympathy In this matter of the^French people with Spain. All the^French newspapers deplore the crime.
London,Aug. !^ Altertioou pajeers^1n the comments upon the assassina^^tion of the Spanish prime minister ex^^press themselves on the same lines ss^the morning papers upon the incom^prehcnslblc idiocy of the murder of^the man who was mainly responsi^^ble for giving unlveisul suffrage to
AKeeling ill Horror.
Home.Aug. The ussnssin.ilion o|^the prime minister of Spain bai latal I^a feeling of horror hen-. Many Hags^a!--- half-masted The premier, the^Matciuls ill Itudinl. ami the caMMI of^ministers paid personal \ isils to-day^to the Spanish e nibassy.
London.Aug. 9.^ on the si Iod ex^^change here to-day Spanish seciiiities^fell one-half polnl IM tin- l ews .ef the^assassination of Premier Canovas elel^Castillo, letter In the day Spanish se^^curities recov.ied ihrei -eigl.ihs of ih-^loss.
Farllwult.Minn.. Aug. 9^The Orinoco
companyMMH ^^!' I II.acre ^^on-
cessionIn Venestiela. has leased to J. K.^Searles anil others, among whom Is J. K.^York lately an Industrial promoter of^Duluth the Iron mines on the Orinoco^river at a royalty e.f 12', cents a ton^with a minimum output cif iwino te.i-s^The ni nes are very rich and the lessees^stated that thev will mine 3.0*1 nnfi ., ye.u^In a short time. The Orinoc o company is^a Faribault corporation.
ToHe iI Mi ssski.
NewYork Aug ^^Following the ex-^amtile of other Vande rbllt i omiear.les. the^Michigan e'entrsl has e oninie n e-,i ar-
laassawaisfar refunding ns nsadsd laM
ata lower rap-. It Is exi^ee lis! that the)^Michigan Central will soon aiinoime. en
Issieol tle'i lase iHnl V |^. i .'ill Im.iiiIs to^retire $^ ^^eeie'lm and 12 esgi.uOU lives
Seattle.Wash . Aug. 9 -Th^ steamship^Willamette, with the largest number of^passengers ever carried by a alssjal^steamer In Alaska, left at iichiu t..-dav^She carried ^eK. pas^enxers 2c^l head of^live stock and more than 2.'Mi tons of^freight.
HouseThief I s|^turril.
Sto.ktnn. Cat. Aug. 9 -Thls morning^Constables Oelseke and Harrison of Tra^^cy captured James Phillips s hers^ thief^who broke jail at Modesto last Saturday^night.
TOSET THE WORLD RIGHT
StruggleBetween Religion and^Scieno* la Now Over.
SCIENTISTS IN DETROIT
Forty-SixthAnnua. Mewtlng or the As^^sociation for the Advancement of^Science Prof. Colburn on Im^^provident Civilisation.
M.rcells ^^ I ^ ^
Washington.Aug. ^.-The navy depart-
menthas i'ic^ii out. i^
gunboatMarietta, now at Kan Franclse o^put Into commission mi Hie hrst of Se p^^tember.
NewYork. Aug. 9 - the Maale wh. Ii^sails fur Euro|ie to-morrow, will carry^Its 3*9 ounces of silver. On Wednesday^the SI. Faul will take out ttv.M ounces.
lNii.ii.Aiif. I TP.' Piih annual^nie. ting of the' Astus laliiin for the Ad^^vancement of Se ll ne e opened here te/-^day. The attendance of menilxrs was^about 2i^l ami the galleries were tilled^w ith rltlscns of le. li e.ii. A Ism I .0^in. nil.eis of the |:i iish BSWoclatsM o, -^capsid s.uis ..n Ih^ pliitfoiin.
MayoiMuybuiy dtUvared an sNNM^of weleeiini in who h In- said DatTttit^greets you as those who OwffjM in set^the world right: the atniga.li betwecM^tie religious and sciintltii' world h'ts^largely l-ome to be a thing ef the^past.
Furtherwords of greeting \.ere^spok. n by ex-8enator Thomas W. I'ol-^mer. The s|ieaker thought the |Hjea-^tlon ^wh.eii did scie nce- originate^^ sul-^ii' i. oi to break up in a row almost any^ordinary gathering. Job was the pri^^meval scientist and following him all^down the ages came Archimedes, Aris^^totle. Calil.o and the modern nun of^learning, dove loping sea m i until now^she stands i rowncd e|ueen. accepting^hut mil demanding the homage of the^world.
ProfessorMcGec. i i e xpress u, li s^aprcc iatl, n of the In .spitnlity c xt.'.ul-^eel. said the object. c.| Hi, association^w as to kindle Interest in sc i. iume^^nial ters ami cultivate a closer rela-^tlciuship beicce'cn scientists and the^ge neral public
Afterthe adjeiui ntne iit ol the gen^^eral session Ihe nine ascUons war* or-^ganixed and eac h ad.li.s-. .| h^ n ,^i hairman
ImprovidentClvlh)aaHon^ was tn
subji'ctof an address by I'm! Rich^^ard T. Colburn. c hairman of ih^ s c-^ticen of social and econcunle science.^I*litf^snr Colburn thoughi the can-^tn.yeisy ii iispc.i to a binietallic^money slandurd unci the other as to^the limits of the safety for repr.s ata-^live of currency money ate ec iiain lo^1m- fully w.irked oral by ihe powarfavl^vi-sii-ii MleteaM DaaaatMd, lit* HI-
planation was that these nucsti. ns^are hut parts of a Tar greater c|iies-^li.oi I'rofessor Colburn added^When w e speak cif value, tf/alva-^bncy. wealth, risk. trust, distrust. I^panic, prosperity, we are dealing not^with concrete suhslanees like gold^pieces. I.ul with state's of salad, y.l^thos. ideas lie at the foundation ol 1^com men lal exchanges and monetary^science. '
Pre'.William C Mason, enairman of^1he sectleen of chemistry, lead a k^M^a l.lt. ss on ^ . Xpert ti'Stlmoliy.
C.theraddresses before the sections^were as follows I'rof Carl Hams l^^fore section of physle s. ^Ijing Itangc^Tempe-ruturi' and Pressure'. Variable in^Phcsies. Prof. W. J. McGee. bafOr*^section of anthropology. The Science^of Humanity ' Prof. W. W. lie man.^beion section of mathematics and as^^tronomy. ^A Chapter In the History of^M athe matlcs.
VicePresident Howard i nominated by^the council t^c III! the vacano eain-d^by llM cleath of Professor Coodcl ,iave.^bv recjiiesl of the counc il, an Aegdresa^before the section of Xesilogy Piof^QgUUli A. Atkinson. batbTS the sec tion^of botany. ^F.xpi'rlmenlal Herpkol-^ogy ^ Prof John Galhraith. before the^section of mechanical science and en^^gineering. Appliances of Mec hanics.^^After the general session this even^^ing, at. which a memorial address on^the lat^- pi. side nt. Professor Cope, will^he given bf Prof Theodore Gill a M -^ceptlon will be te neb reel the sssniben^Of the asses-lullon by the local eom-
Theinflux of members continued^steadllv all the afterncsui until tO-^nlght. the secretary's register showed a^roll of ever ^i.
Themis-lings ..f Ilk* various Me tie us^tlaeg was Klveti to all MM address. - I^Hon was give- nto all the addresses he -^loie in. m. Th^ American Chemical^s, ,.|. t \ , i 111. b lie leb ' ' - anon el i^' ^^^ -^ing m connection with the association,^began lis session this afternoon ^n^e harge of W. A. Noyes nf Perdue uni^^versity.
BcsaalBgdress predominated largely^a^ to-night^ gen- 'ol - -^ on of ihe as-^soelatlo' The principal fr.tture
tinaetlvary of an eulogy on ihe I t .^^and work of Prof. Kdwurel I). Cope,^h.i. Bcfeeasfjoel of the- association, by^Dr Theodore Dill of Washington^Aft. r tin evening session thetv vns
ageaeral latniiHnn ^ the ayaesotas ear-
rielorsof the hall and those present^had an opportunity to mei t ih- d'^tni-^^uisb.sl speciallsis and visitors soci^^ally. _
ON THE TWACK.
New York. Aug. ^.^Hnghton II. at Ii^Mile -Taranto son Sir Pl.e\ -. . .ei.i s.e^vartan third tm. 1 I.:. Five fnrlongs-^K. i riiore cjj,.(.|i wcin. Prince- Aue kl.ii.d^second. I.ad^ Caapaf third, time IJgeg^^Mil. icn.l a sixteenth Sonu|i won. P.ernie-^siau secor.il Maishall third, time. I:^*^^^.^Six furlongs- Lsltoesetta won Fleeting
e;,,!,lml Al.^:..lant third; time. l:l(eV^.
MP.. W.ellwon Xanah seeonel. Miss
Primtlur.i ^ l ^2V Six furloiiKs^At.u-c won. Cbuai second. Miss Dinah^third tim. : IIS Mil.' c'romweli wasj,
laasBJaaat^ad Nay Nay third, time,
i'lil.ago Aug I Half-mile^Martha K.^Jr. won Berweell -^ cind. Chinkapin tbsfd;^time. :^. Tl.r. ^ ii.arii rs of a mlle-ln-^sp.. ..r Hunt ^.^'. Brother Fred ^^ .ajad^Bwordsmun Iblrd; time. i:ll*4. geeven-^rlghths eef a mil- Greyhurst won. Pro^tus seeond gtdoniaa third, time. 1 2-^Mil- .i i V' ^ nth-Harry Shannon^won. John Havelbl s.-cond. Schiller third^time. I t:, five ' rlonga^ Dr. Sharp won.^Li Hung Chain; ^oond. Mac kiln third^lime. 1:^1V,. Tt.i. ^-ciuarters of s mile^^Curley won. Kc.xer B. second. Raster tn^third, time. I It.
\ si. LeseaU.
St.Louis Au- -Six furlongs^High^T.-t won Ie. e.nd Mary Nan. e
third;time. I K Foe furlongs^Kr... I.oi^won. Mr Roll a ond. Flora G. third:^time. I4PV Seven and a half furlongs-^trdatt ^ i kbsj Brush second.^Squire G tle.ru. lime. 1 J^'^ Six furlongs
liopii w..i Montyonie ry seconcl. Nich-^^gaJ IMrd nine I IS Mile^Tranby won,^Asiraela second, Bilver Set third time^lldyg Six furlongs Ma^ Thompson won,^.lane tti.i. h'.rii- Hart man third; time,
Clnelnnaii.Aug a^At Ne-wiseit: Seven^furl.hiss i'tarosnx won. Iblsura second,^Cab ulaieer IMrd; time PITS. Five fur^^longs-Lillian Belle won Margaret Jane^second. Kleanor M in. - third, time.^Puis. Mile and I* yards-J. P B. won.^Klli'ii see.eii.l Sa i e r third; I Ime. l:eUV^Scy. n furloiiss eisinon went. 1-ilsine m se-e-^nnd Ksllne Kcglna third: time. I:S%.^Six furlongs -llelelngton won. Joe- Mussle^se'ceend. Imp. Pruiit third, time, 1:1C
Detroit.Aug. 9 ^All Indications sr' fa^^vorable tor a successful opening of the^iH lrolt Jo. key i lub s meeltllg at Grossr^Point lo-morrow. For Ihe l^erhy tln-rs^are U\e siarl.-rs |N.stesl, c.f s'hlch Orna^^ment Is naturally a strong tavorltu. He^aagjn from Saratoga this morning and^a.es given ii workout mile In 1:JU this^afterncNiu.
Cincinnati.Aug. 9.^The se-ennd game^was called at the end nf Ihe sixth Joining^on account eef darkness. Kust game; CHt-^c-liinall. Plitsburg. 7. Sesiuid game^Cincinnati. X. Pltlshurg. I.
AlChlcago-.l: laniisvllle. 1
AiBoston 1 N.w York. i^.
aiWasbiiiKton | reWladolabla, 2.^At Brooklyn-Hi. Baltimore, ^.
niasellngof Ihe I lech..
HASREACHED A CRISIS
ntcheerful news In response to
thereeiuest feer all eiplnuin eef the null osae
fIhe ir strike. The intention of the an-
Ithrkrlte miners Is lo get tagatsssf as^many of their fellow workmen as posst
ControversvOver Henry N'eill's' ^^' r^r hl^h*r w^^
, u^^ ^^^'^iI.s,king to this end organ-
Appointmentaa Lsand Agent. I iters win begat work at once.
Springfield.Ill. Aug. 9.-A State Regis.^| t.r sisslal from Lincoln says miners of^thai ^^;^ .to r .iii.l derided unsnimeiusly te.^march Wednesday morning lo Mount Pu^^laski and endeavor to get the miners^I there to strike, and from there go to^I Nlanllr on a similar mission, and from^Ih rs c,, Decatur where the delegations^Bprinclield, Pana and other places^i sill meet them.
HII ^..l ^.irlke.^Otlunwa. Iowa Aug. 9.^At a meeting^ef tie- miners hen- to-day it was dacMtd^ce p. strike iii lyaapeathy with the east*^! emers. hut It was voted to assess ad^| men 2*^ cents pe-r week for th.lr aid.
HENOW HOLDS THE FORT
TwoMembers of the Board In Opposi^^tion The Governor Appoints Him^to Kill the Vacancy After Ha^Falls of Confirmation.
peclal Dispute h to the Standard.
Nettaa.Aug. ^.^ A crisis baa been^reached in Ihe e.introvtray between^Governor Smith ami two memleers f^the state board of land commissi^^ ^ * ^f I S II ,gan and Ac^Ge neral c II Nolan, over the appoint^^ment of Henry N. Ill as slate land^agent, for to-day Mr. Nelll to k a^double hold on the office and is |^pared te stay with It until Ihe su-^preme court se ttle's the question
Atthe rsettesai of the yssresrs .1^James M. Page, who whs app-
the tnglo-t.gtiillna kxpedillna Attacks^a .d i aplure. tbu M im.el.
i.eiin Kgypl Aug. ^ -The .-.lunm of
troops^ eimmanelrel hy e 'oleenel Hunter of
:the Anglo-Fstyptian expedition up tye^, Nil... whle h left Meranl July 9 attarged^land agent b) Uoveraor Hie kards lo I Abu Haotkl it S * o Hat on the morning
sad the late Kb hard ^^ Hickman.
sentIn his n-signatIon In Marc h Sun^HP,neatly the governor proposed Mi
PREPARED TO FIGHT.
AnArme I I'.irli Will Kypl.eee Ihe top.^per llieer In Alnaleit.
PortToansenel, \\ ash . Aug. 9 - Judge |
Jeeseph Kllilll. all allierile e of tills place-. i
expectsto ...iieluit a party of gold pms^p. . i.o- lo the Oafjaw river. Alaska. In^the tpcrlng As that BScftsM of the ells-
iri.i is aaoyitd with ^ hostile un^ al
In.II.iiiswlihli have' thus far lie-i-n given^Hie go-li\ b| til'1 missionaries. It Is sags
m.i.re.l .i \.ry haxardcius iittc-mpl to ex^^plore It
Thejiulge has rsccttvsd liiindreels ol^letlers .ni.l lllauy telegl.lius from ull oxer^the- country. i'spcclally from Texas, from^people who want to go to Copper rlyer^Judge KalW oi.^ thinks he will I.ace^the ml.Idle of Mar. h with upwards al 2ntl^no ii mid as the- Cay pgr rhcr Indian trllce^numbers only Horn wn lo 1 .^^^^^ In all. with^btgf Hi.in .i^ sfavsl, no serious trouble
Sanl-'ranels. ei Aug. 9- I'pon motion of
yjagaagp. Daaatsja*i sacassssl for Tlsscsdessi
paiiaal the supreme court to-elav .o^ili-rcd lhat the argumeal sysja gap I^freem tin' order of Judge Bnhrs. setting
June9 hist .is the elate for the e-Xe'ctit Ion^of the murelere |- lee- peesl Jiolie.el until I he^Supreme el.Ull ef Ihe I'llileel Slates sllilll^ha\e- passed Upon the matler now lieteere
THINKSIT'S SENILE DECAY
SHERMAN A MARK FOR LONDON^NEWSPAPER COMMENT.
IIn- eere-relsiy nf stale la Reported at^Haying That t.ogland e ^..... i. I. oft.^earr Than she t Iglun.
Leuielein,Aug. 9.^ Commenlltig on the^Int. r\ lew oi ih. Nee York W orld ^ith^S. ratary ^herman. the. Si Jam.s c.i-^Seit.- this nfterncion says:
'He. re tary Sherman's iitte-rances afford^no material tor elenlals of his friends of^tsat statement that tic Is suffe ring Imm^senile, des'uy.
TheSt. James Gagetle refers to the^Kalnoky tnelde-ut atgggj It says;
Austriapro|s-r sc-y. re .1 he r .hph.in.i' i.
reslatksegs/Kh Qtaal Britain aad cia.i-
stotU' ll|Hiloglxe el for Ills attack cell the
dualmoti ire hy . and asks shy there Is^our las tn Kurope and another In Anicr-
Thelibels' says: ^H*-^ re-l.i y Sherman^had Is tl. r rid himself eef the' Idea lhat
I'neleSam Is geillig tei Isess Ihls ceeuillry
eltherIn tin gold Ileitis or In the rtsh.-ries^The Msg at Kurope Ih Iiik aria .1 of a third^rate naval jsiwer like the I'tiltcd states^could only have tse urred to a lunatic or^to Sherman.^^The eteaffaaeg attrlbute,| pj Shermsn
Uponwlllell |gg . eimtll- HIS of l.oll.h.ll pa-^leers are based w.is as follows: ^K.llg-^luncl is .i great country, but It Is not al^^ways s;it. tn assume ihat she is reed] tt^fcillow up e-ye-ry eiuarr.-l with hhews. Sh.^etunrrel- oftener lh;.n -he tights. It veotihl^be extremely .little nit for her to light^us sll alone alsrut our seal catching Bus-^sla and Japan are In a similar |s.s:tion^and any epjarrel betwe-en the t'nlted
Stalesand Kllglalld on ihls See,re would
pi..i..ii'..Involve those other countrle-s. '
Kresnce.I'al . Auk 9 Sanfonl Llder of^Helma. aged 1:1 yean*, was shot and in^^stantly killed hy Vanwlnkle at ^^^ k. no^nea Mm- Itldgr this morning. Vanwln^^kle was In a cabin with the boy's par^^ents Tile 1ki\ w.i- seated agaltisl tl.e
cabinoutside, with a brother and frond^Vanwlnkb- ^as loacllnx I^^ r Win
ihe ste r, when It was accidentally dls-
.harse.l The hullrtl passed thmug Ih-
2i-lnch boards of whh h the ^ shin was^built and killeel young Klder. passing^through his head. Death was Instanta^^neous.
Oakland,''al . Aug. 9-Charles Ijdue^the youth who was shot In Ihe chest bv^his sweetheart. Clara Kallm r aged IT^een ihe night ..f Aug 1 el led this mornlnac^The girl, whee attempted suicide after^moiuiuing her love r is recovering ana^will be e hargrd with murder.
A9lrgrn I ynefceH.
v..k-i.urg Miss.. Aug. (.^John Gordon,^the negro who murdered William Allen^at Brunswi. k July li by clubbing him^with s gnu barrel, and who was captured
in I... . - . ^ ^la.' . ^..* hanged t.)
1)lie hers last night.
Neillas state land agent, but the' ut^lorney ge-neral and secretary cif state^declined to o.nrinn the appointment^^aperlnttndetal of Public Instruction^I A i^arleton. with the governor,^sated to i onllrin. hut a majority Is re-^c|Uh^isl. The second time Ihe motl-.n^came no the vaaj stoecd the same way.^Finally tbe govensir e (sagisated he^would a. I Ineli-pe-iiilently e.f the board.^About it we-ek ago heaccepteel the sag^tgmitloti of Mi Page ami lo-day he^again appelated Mr. Nelll stale land^agent, this lime- to rill the vacancy^caused by Mr. Page's resignation. Mr^Neill eiiialinesl to-day. tiling a I.HI.cssj^bond, with T C power and Nick Kess-^ler us sureties.
Whatthe aateavM win be can only^Ih- a matter of e-onji-i lure at this time.^The- governor eont.nds that he has a^right to appoint the land agent lo fill^the existing vacancy without the e^m-^s. tit ..f the lieiard. w hile- the attorney^general ami see retary of stale hold^that Mi^ Page Is still land agent. The^aaagtlM will. In all probability, be^brought Into the . nuts thiceiigh inan-^ilatnus procie-ellngs. It is presumed thut^the Stale board of land examiners,^which Is compos-si of the governeir. at^^torney general and sec retary of state,^w ill not allow Mr. Neill s expense ac^^count and In thai event he will apply^to the siipi.m. c eurt for a writ ^f^mandate be compel the state auditor^M Issue u win rani to pay his claim. In^that ^ay the question can be conald-^e red by the court.
STRIKERS ARE HOPEFUL.
iof Aus ' ifier i- hours' march. Some se^^vere house to house righting followed and^the Blare was captured by the expedi^^tionary f..r- . Tm.. British offl'-c-rs. Ma^^jor Sydney aril Lieutenant FttsrUrenrc.^were killed Major Sydney was at^lee the Kay plat army , hut belonged to^the I '.ike of Cornwall's light Infamry at^which regiment he had tli- r ink of capt^^ain, his nth- ..r maior h-ing temporary^for his Kgypilan command. Lieutegant
I'Tttehiten. . w . , .p. .1 eer-. tee- ..ttle.r
whob. long-el to the Isjrsrlshlre regi^^ment.
InajjgM s| Ihe Itl.hop.
KansasCKy, Aug. :' Bishop Kink of^the Homnn I'athnllc dlesese of la-ayen-^worth and Kansas City. Kan . had read^In all the parishes of the diocese' yester^^day a letter forlitddln^ the memliers e,f^the r.tiholc church frctn attending the^Irish-American picnic lo be- held In Kan^^sas e'lty. Kan., next Sunday. Bishop^Kink gaye as his reasons for placing a^bag on tin- picnic that Sunday was a holy^da) on w Irl. h all Catholl. .- were obliged^lo .hi Hi. ii duty toward the church and^Geal. unci that a publle- please was not a^in observation of the clay. Edmond^Lynch, pre-sldeiil of the I'nlted Irish so^^cieties states that the picnic will he hrlj^notwithstanding Bishop Kinks letter.
addPtsggg In Callfernla.
Weavervilte,CaL. Aug. 9.-Gr .^ ayj lie.^] meni prevails at Trinity Cente. auJ^ctnhy eever a rich strike- made by Grsvs^hnithers and Henry Carter a. the drift^claim on i'ofTee .reek. In tour days Iney^look out tbrre water buckets full of gold,
orPIS null. The large st pirn' welshed 112-
MgThe y cxisct lo lake- leetwern tlM.iH^^and tawcent of th.. pocket. The gold Is
coarseand asi betsrsss walls of isir-^phyrv an.I resembles melted gold pound
HungerIs lining Injury to Ih* t'suse of^ihe Misers.
Pittsburg.Pa , Aug 9 ^All miners of^th. Ne yy York anil Cleveland lias ^i^Coal company who are still at work I^were paid lo-day. bill those who si rue k^dlel not receive- any money, the compa^^ny Insisting ii|Miii the- terms of the . m^trai t by which the men agree to for^^feit all re-serve In e ase the y (|ult work, j^All miners sfaVO can give a reasonable^excuse for attending meetings will at^paid. The company has the names if^all men who tcsek part in any of the-^demontratlons I Oil. ss they can give^a satisfactory e xplanation they will not^get their money.
Tli applic ation for an Injunction to
restrainth. miners fremi ccmgregatIng : UERMAN EMPEROR COMMANDS HIS^m ar the mines of the of New York and
\\lII n^ in 1 nwiinisalsa.
VaUj... Csl, Aug. 9.-The gunbestt^W lie. ling will so bitmmlsslon to^^morrow It Is said that she will be sent^to Honolulu and later to the e'hlna sta^^tion. The Marietta, her sister ship, will^iro lulu commission In a few weeks and^will probably tee sent to Sitka. Alaska.
ATTHE MILITARY ICAMP
ClevelandGas Coal company, win. h^was to have hei n filed In the I'nlted^States court to-day on behalf of the^non-resident sles kh dders of the com^^pany, had not la-en presented to the^court up to adjournment at mam .
ThomasIs- Armltt. superintendent^nf the New Yeerk and Cleveland Coal^Gas company, worked hard to-day to^get the miners at linkJilll to return to^work. Hy a house lo house canvass he^sii' .i'ded In getting a few more dig^^gers than have he-en at yvork. Thlrty-^se ven miners went In They were told^by |^e Armltt that they would lose sll^they hael earned If they would not work^ami yyotild be given the days to vacate ,
tlnpanvs I,ous.es The strikers^'lh .l^.^raiu,ns and all
saylhat only .^. ne n out ^f 2V. yy..-.- ,t I '!^' ^'* present were drawn up Pa pa-^wot k In th. Plum tYeek mine to-day. | fade order. I pon the arrival of their ma-^The company e lalmi almcan a full force Jestles the Und played ^Hell der Kat^^w.-re working The strikers ste hope- I ser.^ The German emperor greeted Ihe^fill that the remaining diggers will quit | Ireneps In Russian.
yyorkafb-r drawing UsSW payAfler the two emperors and their staffs
ThePlum Creek men yyere not paid | had ridden around the eamp they pro-^to-day and It Is e xpee ted the company reesded to the imperial tent, where a dep-^will leciulre Ho men to sign a new , ^tailon of otTtcers and men from the VI-
horgregiment, of which Emperor Will-^lam Is honorary colonel, were manoeu-
UraaelNllllsry Talteo la Honor ^( ihe
Ii..,.el Visitors-La^leh Kalertala.^uieul of term.en sailors.
St.Petersburg. Aug. 9 ^Yesterday even^^ing the- e-mp-ror and empress of Germany^prcM-eceled to Krasiin-Selo, the great mil^^itary camp, whi-re they were received by^i the csar and . sarins. The two emperors^j and Princ e- Henry of Prussia rode to the^1 i amp on horseback, the empresses and^| their suites following In carriages. The
eininlbefore they are given their I e..
envelopes. The- Sandv Creek miners^rttlag cb y .1 .pm. nts They are^I i. 'ui that the courts will set aatde^Beau .is .f the company which th-
llleltWere obilgeel to Sigll
HungerIs doing more injury to the^i niis.. ..r the tinners than any othe-^one thing and Hie e.fhVlals ,-f the eesa-^mlssarv ibpartment are doing every-^Ihlng BSggWgi la pr..\nie against this^contingency President Fsdan will go^lo the Cannonsburg region and defy^Ihe injunctions by speaking al a meet^^ing si heduled for the 11th Inst.
Thereis to be a big demonstration In^the morning at Plum Creek when the
y.i..iby the emperor of Cermany,^inn! uuls in Russian.^Later a grand military tattoo was^opened with ^The Song of Aeglr.^ Kaape-^ror W illiam s famous composition, at the^close ot which there was a discharge of^roskets and an imperial salute was rtred^i.y tbe artillery. Their majesties thea^proceeded to the Alexander palace, dined^In private and aflerwarda witnessed a^pcrfecrmane e- ut the theater.
Thepeople of St. Petersburg are lav^^ishly entertaining the German sailors,^and th- municipality of St. Petersburg
strikersbelieve th- y will be able to | ^.,^ ssads presents of silver cups to the
dogedown the mine. J. C. Dysarl^member of the uniformity oe.niinisalcm, j^returned to the city to-day after a |^week's absence. He says tbe work of i^seeurlng signatures arte Is- pu-h 1^earnestly, and he believes the req tlred^number will b- see ured. The miners,^he says, .ann.it possibly win the strike I^as the mines still In operation can st.ll ^^si,i pi) th. .Lilian.I
Somecoal operators are getting rest^^less and threaten to attempt to start^their mln'S this week. W H. Sim^^on aa. a large coal denier, says there Is '^n-' 11 ty of oral ljt*\ night 110 cars^- s^..i! ^ im- into Pittsbu'g t!.-m W -^t^Virginia and large quantities are being^slilp|ced to Pittsburg from the mines i^along tin Pciins)Ivania railroad
German.efflcers and cigsretle
rOR HIGHER WAGES.
' talblSlstS tlial 9liBer^ May It a^Wriks.
Pittsburg. Aug. ^.^On the suecess sr^! failure of the bituminous coal miners de-^| p.-nds the Inception of a otwvement by^anthracite mlrssffs for higher wages^and better - ^n lilsssst. If the bituminous^mimr.e sin the anthracite diggers Ihkak^Ih, we lid have aa equal e ha ace of se-^. i,i -.ii 1 celyanee In wsges. If ihe pres-^rnt strike la lost tka attempt for sn sd-^vai - ^HI U'^1 be sssste la Ihe anthracite^region.
TheI'nlted Mine Workers' ufflcials
SanFrancisco. Aug. 9.-Sheriff Whelaa^of this county Is la a quandary Notary^I. D Craig to-day attached his signature^to two orders commuting M. Lawrence^and T. T. Williams, respectively manag^^ing editor and business manager of the^Ex ni ne r to the c ounty Jail until the y^answered - e rt on questions la t ulUMCtssa^with the libel suit instituted by e '.ne^Bpre. keis and handed them to the sheriff^i. -i. ws.iup. r men but
nientfor contempt by a no^^tary has not been attempted before In^^ etc and the defendants Insisted^thai the a. Hon of Craig was illegal, the*^offle lal referred the ssatter to bis etiesr-^neys.
Triedio J usage tressa ihe Traps.
SanFrancisco. Aug. *.-Mlas Mary Has-^her of en Wabash avenue. St. lass sr. aa*
--i -^. n - mr ^ kite tr iv.-bng on^ih. overland tram Vfeaeh reached this^clt) t,,.,|ay She tlrst betrayed signs ol
Ins drme-itu yesterday aad^gradually grew worse until It was found^necessary lu acsSe her under survellkuuw^at night During tbe run from Sarrw-^mento to Oakland she made three at^^tempts t.c jump from tbu traia. bat was^restrained.