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'?"' MH V"' BK: STON"; JU WISE COUNTY. VA r???ii^^--^r
SOT. NUMBER 25.
|\iilllH!ll.llll.l*
? n*. Vih.iiici' Tarfy Wn
, j \\ hi f Scouting
\ ir IV n s lins Marina*.
;vi ttl KL klLLtD AND 5 MURKI
pi in ul Listed Kite Hour
. I usn ul tin- nii|iiin?s Waa
Ven lli;ii\.
ttallloi.. 1 nu Mount-lira liam
i ii.ir I l.l.i I'lni* "..ni I or ward
l iti r u.r I l.lr.l Hallinan
Al.o "Won il hi I rout.
*. \ batt silos of
r, which left Imus.
.\ ? ...:.>11 is iii command,
? - io reconnoiter to?
il Marissa, where it was
I the rsbcla who ea*
i.jin.' ami r.aconr ha.l
..- . n In* rear bj ap
DStlTSS, Tins
. .r ji riifa^i'ini'iit, last
irs resulting In Bis
I anil al.niit SS
i he lou of Ihe rebela
*-....n exhausted ita
il 'A:'.tQ Munday <ifti*r- j
*..n and hie staff, witb
ii. two monntaln
??? went to rein
pi at tai*!;cl. Gen.
* ri i mi in I ruml, ami
. ape.
,? isl "ii ii as ordered
firmed on tbe Las
llesvj flrlnir on both
. tl, tlie artillery being
I . enemy -iras located
* nt 4 o'clock, showing
is the rebels
: pretty hard. One
? ry situ rei! an
?i .; il j.1 i-vi-i-ti
ia*, till in progresa
lt a .. ch time the Anier
-.??: a quantity of Til
h had been sliandoned |.
a
C
I
e
? of the tiu'iit is uver 20
'
Wn
c
l
i inalltallaan In Alalka.
.'nne ?0.~ A story of
.-.innibalUm comes
Alaska. Michael Daly,
and M. Protost lost theft
I from Circle City to
I winter, and their bodies
? en found. Daly's body bad T|
? l i v hil compsnlo-t-j
i s ere found tire m.les
ur hundred dollars wcrs
? .. I indies.
nm N..t Aeeepl Arl.iirmtlon.
inc -ft An official of the
office, who was inter*
bj a correspondent
to the usit of Mr. Zorn,
' ? ? '..iinau delegstea to the
? to Merlin, emphasized
? -, td < lermsny accepting
. . ''->'.v\ arbitration
i i ni liing li I'roliahla,
? i ] ens . .lune SO. Citl
? using bloodhonods
fur a colored man who as
Mirtie Dell, and will
ic found. A inspect
? ? girl with a rope
ut -.he ssid be was
: he was released.
i . ? I., ihe (.rand .Fury.
*?-.. .lillie 20. Justice Furst
???riu of tbe su
? Mtintl iv, signed tbe order
? ? ease of .Roland H.
of the poisoning of
' i ns, to tbe grand
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of
va
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na
pai
j KUI
wit
mt
Ike I ri,,,,. , |U11|I , r>#,p
Ihe prince of
d le we nt the season
'* of Connaught, thc
1 '!"iry. the linke of Marl
cabinet ministers and tbe
wetu iBMNig tboae
'* ' I ""MhjiC,,,.,,,,
'ex., June -jo.- Santo
d in last Friday
none of whom have
Another cave-in oc
*'--at will make re
'""?'?! ot Ao-cnuiB r>alr.
The funeral ot
wm held from st.
' ?? Moaday. The
rowded, and even tbe
Ths interment wss
'??ry.
'."? ?-lf..r .,-?_.
^M 'ames lt. Tascott,
't ths famous ??Willy"
It said grief orer
?'-'-<??'. following tbe
"-"-'? Snell, >vaa a
'?actor to Tsscott's dentk
V June*- The subscrip*!
' ^idrny by the national
/'"" I^ey home fund,'
?Wtthntj the totsl to
1!
Yoi
seti
Atl
in c
bor
Fri.
cou
Wa
arr;
of r
| war
witl
brat
New
W
proe
of It
cont
islai
fort
ffetti
turo
theb
boug
ycf-r.
I ."?????? **? r,a.elee?,
'"?;?? '-en. Otia in*
! '?? ?partinent that sll of
. ' ???ir*niaationa in the
?" bs ..metered out
'i ti..
Ma
shod
Frills
ray il
is au
by tl
ii tint
pa re i
onds
Wa
of atl
tion ti
ports
whieh
monti
csedci
Los
sion ar
the tn
that f
killed.
Lox i
formei
ferenct
THE PROHIBITION RAISED.
Awerl,_,, \.mt ,?,,-,. ??,, ,,,,,??,?? N))y
f?a? Iin,...rr?<1 l.i ? |-,.ls,n,u , H1(rr
lem,, of ,i,- .s i; ir.,.,.rr?.
WasnixoTo-c juill>. ,*,. special I'len
ipotentiarj Kasson In i jual r
ian snthenttcated eop* from lb
lof thc decree recently enscted by th.
j Belgian government raising thc po.hi.
bitiun on Hie importation into Helgiurn
of American neat cattle. This n
formally published nt one- for thc in*
formation of the meal inspect*
(<,rs lu thia country. The
cree recites the preceding decrees
| prohibiting importations of cattle from
j America and thc opinion -,f the vetcri
j nsrtsns and nnnouncea that American
j neat cattle rind sw,ne ian not Im im?
ported Imo Mo ".ginni under thc terms
I of the decree of 1897 prescribing the
[places where they may he landed and
' slaughtered.
KIDNAPER BARROW GUILTY.
Ile <.,t. m I i>iirtren-Y?*;<r fcatsraee Carrie
.lonea. Hip Num.* liri. Will Serve
I our lear* in Slat**. Prtosa
Xmv VoiUt, .lune IT. The jory tiy
i Ing (.eorge lt. Harrow, the kidnaper,
j retired io consider their verdict al
111:50 a. m., Friday. They were ont
j only 25 minutes, and then returned
witb a rerdict of guilty. Judge 1 ur*,
man immediately sentenced Mai iou to
14 years and 10 months at hard labor
in Sing Sing.
After Marrow had been sentenced,
Melia Anderson, alias ('aire Jones,
tbe nurse girl, was called lo thc bar
and sentenced to four years' imprison?
ment
Clemency was si.rded Carrie .Jones
because she confessed and turned
state's evidence.
AUTOMOBILES PROHIBITED.
I hey Are Kxrludeil I rom Ihe Soo th Mils
l'ark, < lilrago It I* Claimed Hint
They fen **r;ire I lor.p.. ?
CMJCAOO, June 15. The south side
r>ark commissioners issued an order
iVednesday excluding from the drivc
vnys and bonlevards all vehicles pro?
pelled by electricity. This rule ap*
ilies to pleasure automobiles as well
s to those used by mercantile
oocerns. The main reason
ur tbe action of thc commission
.-ns the alleged effect of the machines
n the horses, thc animals, it is -claim
I, becoming frightened at the sight
f the automobiles, .'11111 while uncon
?ollable, thrsntening thc lives of the
seapants of other carriages as well as
rdestrians and cyclists
3INT GRANITE MONUMENT.
lie An erlraa and KagHab Sailor* Will
Krait lt to the Memory of t lia- KltflUh
*>|a?aklnc Men Main at Niiiin.i.
Van Cor v Kn, M. C., June l'.?. ? Aus
ali.-in advices say that the oflicera of
e British and American nar ships,
10 have been fra tern iz ng during the
[?ent trouble in Samoa, have decided
erect a Joint monument in memory
tbe English speaking slain in the
rious engagements. It is intended
erect a granite monument with tin?
nies of the British engraved on one
ucl and the Americans on the other.
?mounting tbe roll ot the killed
tb tlie Britiah and American flags
crtwined.
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nn
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tal
foi
of
to
I
to
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arr
AF
The
C.
post
1 ol.
try
tobi
Wal
Honker Hill Day (elelirntton.
IostoX"; June 17. Tbe flag ship.New
rk and the battleships Massachu*
ts, indiana and Texas, of tiie North
antic squadron, Kr. Adm. Sampson
omiuand, arrived in the inner bar?
alil! dropped anehor about 5 o'clock
lay afternoon. The customary j bael
rtesics were exchanged with Fort wes
rren and the navy yard battery. All 'I be
ingements have been for the parade j Woi
narine* and bluejackets f rom the I thea
vessels Saturday in connection I :Sl1
1 Charleston Munker Hill day cele- ' the 1
ion. ncw
Market for Amerli-aii Manuf.ut urer*. :
a sn i ni; ton. June Ift The reei- Jv* ?
ri ty treaty with the British colony
arbadoes bas been signed ami will '. ' '
.... lund.
mue live years or longer. J he
iris depend upon thc I'nited states
heir food supply, but have been ''"
ing nearly all of their manufae- that
1 goods from England. Sugar is *'"1(i
? chief product, and Americans (lu"
ht over 11,000.09* worth of it last n:i,lv
by rn
ls CO
noun
An t-.-irthiiuake Slink.
.mia, June* it. An earthquake
c was felt at Hollo at 8 o'clock
iv afternoon. Thc inhabitants
Osll
I was the severest 1 vcr known. It rains
of th
this
Wino
pposcd that the shock was caused
ie volcano Conlan in "N'egros in
ion. An explosion was heard ap
itly under Hollo, followed PP set- I ruino
later by shaking of the earth.
K.jiorlS Kireeded I iii port..
KiiiNGTON, June Ift The bureau
itistics bas issued .1 correeteH* edi*
,f tbe May statement ot thc inl?
and exports of the United States,
shows that during the last ll
is the exports of merehandise ex
I the imports by ?7i'.,l-VI, 1 Jl.
.Native Missionaries Killed. _B
nos, June 17. ?The Ciiureh Mia
y society confirms the report of
mble st Kieng King Ku, adiiing
iwo nstivt* missionaries were
Kev. i>r. Wooil Heed.
hon. June ia* Dev. Dr. Wood,
? president of the Wesleyan con
r, Ii dead.
Friedi
steam
Miami
shof v
th own
Coi.1
Cener;
suit ii
Contle
trust, 1
ClaI
Hill's
mau 11
Ky.. ?
from a
. THE VOTAGE ENDS
Gen. Omit ami 1-800 Men Arrivt
i ai Manila on th* Trans
1 pori SliiTinaii.
A IWATE DIED ON TBE WAY OVER
Min Will Me Sen! to tin- Island of Ne?
gro* to Relieve Ike Cali?
fornia Troops.
Lena. Mair au.I fun.ton Deiire to Af roi
|i,nv ll.e.r l>ltM,,irnt* Home The
l'? in.atlia ian* Will Mart for
Home. 1 hil Week.
Maxh.a, June 10. The I nited States
transpori Sherman, which sailed from
San Francisco May it with 1.800 men
ami 75 officers, under command of Brig.
(?in. lied I), (.rant, has arrived herc
after a smooth voyage. One private
died after the transport arrived.
The troopi brought by the transport
will go to the island of Negros to rc
licve the California troops. Cen.
Bates, who arrived on the transport,
and Oen. Grant will be probably as?
signed to the command of the volun?
teers, some generals of whom will
baie for home soon.
Oi na Hale and bunston desire to ac?
company their regiments home. Thc
Utah artillery, it is announced, will
accompany the Nebraska troops.on
board the transport Hancock, leaving
'heir guns here. The Pennsylvanians
will start for home on thc transport
Senator this weeli. Thc Indiana
.ailed Munday with **?<)0 discharged
md siek soldiers. She will go
nto dock fur a few days at Nagasaki,
ap.m. Military operations against
he insurgents in the south have ap*
i.ircntly been planned.
Gen. Wheaton at Imus, sent out re
onnoitcring parties Monday to locate
he enemy and other rcconuaisances
re being* made from Cavite.
SHE CAN KLEP A SECRET.
tier Nearly Thirty Vi-ars a Si.trr TelU
of r* Harder Comialttetl hr Her
llrotber Mix.m.lor.
Wu Mn.\, Kan., June 19. Mce.'iuse
?r wealthy brother refused to obey
?r whims Mrs. < onie.ins Street, of
?iav. nee, Okla., has written Sheriff
mmons here demanding he be arrest*
i for murder.
On May 2, ls*ri. Alexander Jester
urdered his traveling- companion,
illiam (bites near Wnrrciisburg, Mo.
ster then stoic Oates's wagon, team
d money and escaped. At Valley
liter. Kan., a few weeks later Jester
is arrested nml confessed. Ile was
ten to Warrcnsburg, but escaped be
e his tris! was called. Thousands
dollars were spent in searching, but
no avail.
t is now claimed that Jester went
Shawnee, Okla., under the name of
ll. Ipili, as he is now living*. Thc
?ged murderer is 80 years old,
sltby and influential. Ile will bc
ested at once.
TER THE TRAIN ROBBERS.
v Leave Hie Hole In tbe Mall Country
ind Are Noir louting; Inward the
South ?J he I o UM stilt lu I'urtu lt.
ti
LT
I tit
1,1
fe
fri
lill
M.
dil
an
mi
tin
hil
tin
lie
Tl
I8PBII, Wyo., June I'.*-.- Fight of thc
te hunting the Union Pacific train
hers in the Mole in the Wall emin
rcturned to Casper Sunday. The
:>ers have left thc Hole In thc
1 mountains and are traveling
i south. The last heard of them
at Powder river coming* south,
y seemed to be heading toward
ton. A large party is following
ii now.
nday tbe guards were placed at all
nidges aeross the Platte river, and
men with fresh horses started for
Wotton country. Thc pursuing
vat Sullivan's sheepcamp, where
obbers ate breakfast and took a
horse and bed, Mere IS hours bc
I ?
par
bro
f. r
pa ti
bur
[dial
I the
and
I this
still
med
! jew I
rerc
Ame
Optl<
'I he M ia*...... .i .. a Are Safe.
Mi Koxo, .hine ia?The reports i
Kev. II. S. Phillips, Mrs. Phillips:
Miss Sears missionaries of tbe
ch Missionary society, with three
e converts, were recently killed
ders in the provinceof Nan Wei,
-ntradicted, and it is now an?
cell that all are safe.
CrojM J'rartit-ttll- itulned.
kosh. Wis., June ia-?The heavy
have caused a loss of hundreds
OUSandaof dollars to farmers Of
section. In fact, the crops of
?bago county arc practically
I._
Ten of the trew Drowned.
mix, June ia? In a collision elf
?ichshaven between thc German
lt Artushof and thc British
ir Mauritus Sunday the Artu
i-as sunk, ten of her crew being
eil._
After the Tolmcro Trust.
Minn, (>.. June Tia?Attorney
il Monnett Friday night filed
l the supreme court to oust the
ental Tobacco Co.. known ;:s the
from doing business*
Iv rn tm kl* n Hmm. neil.
?Ksviiii-:, Temi., June ia?Near
Island, up the Cumberland, a
eased Foveinan. of Frank'ort.
as drowned, lie was pushed
ferryboat by frightened horses.
Sa
natii
comp
essa i
sbou
thc si
porte
trali/
elose
mulei
that i
price*
Mai
Brass
Antin
ni la,
Muna.
death
of tin
guinai
Cute
tion, I
ley, Lu
mar'., i
arc tin
police
i
Mah
of the
Ianiy li
minieti
bona! |
Uni, th
1 ANOTHER VICTIM OF A FEUD
J Jalur. Ilnvrar.t Aa.?a*1na:ed tn Mia -li-arto.
ot iha MsaeSeetar < .i.iiieii.i., Near
U llfli. I .a-m Kak.'f Si ll.
Mam ii;*-m. Ky . ula London) Jun.
ia .' n ... -lrrt-'i in tin
famoua llaker-Uwward feudal wai
Thui-dsy, and u.is time the Howards
in turn, lost one of their bravest ant
ablest leaders. James Howard wai
Standing in front of the eourthousf.
'I hursday afternoon conversing with
friends, rand was jual turning to enter
the building, when a sharp report like
the crack of a whip was heard, and
a puff of mu..k>- enrled slowly from
a window not half a block away.
Howard whirled about facing he
locality from which the shot had been
fired aud fell to tiie ground, gasping,
"They've shot tm ."' 'lin* bystsndera
scattered for a moment, fearing more
firing, and itu n returning, gathered np
the prostrate man and carried him in?
to an adjacent residence. There a
physician examined ihe victim ind
found him mm tally wounded, tiie shot
having entered his righi side.
Ko trace could be found of the man
who fire! tiie shot. and. indeed, little
effort was made in tint direction fora
time, so great was the excitement and
io gi n. I.il the fear of those not direct*
ly Involved in tlie ".ung anti deadly
feud. When Sheriff White .'md In*
deputies inn- summoned and organ?
ized a sea reh nothing could bc found,
though many of the friendsof the 1I3
iug man were nol alow to express
their qp 11 ion . 1 ntity ol thc
assassin.
EOH. RICHARD PARKS BLAND.
rile Well Knouii C'ftngrei.NMM l"i|iired
Karly Haarada- Mer .ting i he I uuei-a t
I ;ikr? l'i 11 i- -al iir.lnj- A f.rrno'.ii.
Lkuasox, Mo., June IO. C in
nan diehard Marks Miami died at his
mine near Lebanon af D.'.'Ain. m. Thurs?
ley, peacefully and vii Lout apparent
n Hering.
Mr. Mian.I returned hume when
ongrcss adjourned lu March, ami
uni suffered a relapse from an at
[n-k of Ia grippe. For more than
wo month-, he had been confined to
is home, an 1 his heath gradually \
eclined. He tb..ugh: he would not
irvivc thc rom thc first and 1
Hived his thorough knowledge of his ti
mdition. On thc 3rd of thia month I b
r. Mian.I suddenly grew worse, ami j li
s sons, who ueie in school, were |v
immoned home, me', tot thc first
me, thc public W'S*) informed of his Ii
itical condition. 1 a
Prom time to time since then the pa- 1 n
?nt showed signs ..f improvement, ! n
il the physicians is charge would of- S
r very little hope to his family and ai
ends. Ifs continued to lone his vigor ol
d grew weaker. t'ji Sunday and ; ai
?inlay he presented an improved eon
ion, and his family took new hope Ci
.1 late Mondsy a fr ern..oil there were tr
iny cxprci ions that Uland wssgci- I u|
g better. About b> o'clock Tuesday ec
rht, however, he fell asleep and con- v
ned in lhal condition until death re- , pl
red him Thursday. Iii
IE HER01 S OF MANILA BAY. j
I Iturean nf Navigation ll Ul Diatrilnite
llr.lala to tin* (lill., r, miiiI Meei U ho
rartiei|.aii*<l in tbe Haiti-.
i'AsniNo'io.v. June ift. The navy de*
tun n: Thur-.lay received the 1,700
nxs medals authorized by congress
the officers and men who partici*
td in the battle of Manila bay. The
eau of .navigation will sec to thc
ri bu tion of thc med.r.s. those for
ofiiccrs and men ot the Olympia
Haleigh being given to them in
country, while those on the ships
at Manila will be forwarded. The
als are handsome products of the
.lei's an, one face showing a bas
?f of Adm. Dewey, while the re
c shows thc idealized head of thc
rican sailor.
RUIT CANNERS COMBINE.
?ni* on ll....ii 1 mo-Third* of the (au?
brie* In ( Hlifiir ula Taken?The
Iruat ll ill Alliance the Trice*..
n Francisco, June 15. A combi
ni of fruit e.umer-. bas ju>t been
i.e'.ed in thi.*, city and al. the nec
v papers, esr ry ing options on
t two-thirds of thc esnneries of
tate have been signed, lt is re
tl that the organizers will cen*
:e the product; that is, they will
up ai out half of thc canneries
? their control. It la asserted
he trust contemplates advancing
lien. I.uu-'a Heath a (.odiend.
sis. June IT. A dispatch from
els gives an interview with M.
*e, Melgian consul general to Ma?
im the assassination o*f Cen.
Andree declares that Luna's
is a Godsend. He was thc soul
I rebellion and the most san
ry man of all of Aguinsldo'sarmy.
Chicago'* Population.
ti.ii, June 17. ? Chicago's popula
iccording to Chief of Polics Kip
is finally passed thc two million
md is* now 2,08*3,043. The tigurea
remit of a et dsus taken by the
f. .ree.
oni|iaied lo a Hull I gluer.
Kin. June H>. - Thursday's issue
Imp-ire al, in an article on Bel
itor^r, the new I'nited States
MT lo Spain, compares his per
ppearanc* with that of Maxan
I popular bull fighter.
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aruba
has ji
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of tin
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Piero
of Fa
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dsy n
a/3
: DEATH OF UHi
B Spanish Prisoner Claims io ITrv
b | Uoi'ii .in Kyc-Wiinrss to
r His Assassination.
' RELEASED AND ARRIVES IN MAMU
Oett I.mia Called al Aguinaldo's Head*
inartersaad Wrns Ini'm med That
thc Leader Was .Nut In.
Thi. An pe ra,I I.tina an.I an Altereatlon
To-.k I'l ari. li, Which Ile and Hie
Allie Were Kllleil -tory Not
l.enerall- ltelle?-<l.
MAXI! a. June \\? A Spanish officer
who baa lieen a prisoner la the hands
of thc rebels and who waa released hv
Aguia&ldo, has come through our
lines to Manila. Ile elaims to have
been a wltnes* of the asMusiaatioa of
Jticn. buna. According to his story the
relation*, between the two Filipino
leaders had been strained be
I eause of Luna's attempt to
assume control of affair, and
the filial rapture wss forced by Agni*
nsldo issuing secret orders to the pro?
vincial governors. Luna thereupon no
tified Aguinaldo, demanding copies of
the documents, and Aguinaldo replied
that Luna was a general of the arnd?
ani! that thc civil government did not
concern him. Luna, on opening ihe
reply at his headquarters, ia the pres?
ence of lits officers, exclaimed hotly:
?'ile will be .lead to-morrow."
(?nc oftieer, who was friendly* to
Aguinaldo, h.* stencil to uarn him, ami
Aguinaldo eal. *d together SO trusted I
soldiers fellow townsmen of his, and I
stationed them around his house, with 1
instructions to kill any on.* attempting
to enter, regardless of rank. 1
Luna appeared next day snd saw 1
Aguinaldo at the window. I
A member of thc guard said: "Agni- t
laldo has gone to inapect ids troops." 1
Luna then exclsimed: "Von are a I
lari' drew his revolver, struck at the a
?nerd ant tried to force sa entrance
tito the house. Before he could use i
iis revolver one of the guards kayo*
icted him, another shot him in the V
ack and others stabbed him. In all he a
ad JO wounds. Luna's aide dc camp t*i
i-.'is killed in the same way. 1,
Tlie Spaniard's story has not entire- ni
T dispelled the doubts of Luna'* den th st
nd bets that he is alive are freely Jj
lade. Some people think that Agni- ai
aldo has taken pains to send thc gi
[laniard here with thia story, further- ot
sec ot some diplomatic scheme, while cc
dieri, inspect that Aguinaldo hsc been ex
llasslttSted by Luna's men. ar
Sinee the Americsns withdrew from
indaba recently ttu* rebels have re* 1
irned and have wreaked vengeance
ion those who befriended thr Ameri- '*
ins. They dar.ghtt red the natives
bo surrendered tin* town ami dis
lyed their head-, on poles in the pub*
' square._ _ of
STORER VISITS TIIE QUEEN. cit
ve
ia American ll lin.ter IVa. Accorded a
toni .al Kecept Inn No S|ie>i he. .
"lier*. Ma.lc.
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Mahiiih. .lune 17. The newly ap- tuI
inted minister to Spain, Mr. Hellamy
irer, was received in a formal au*
?nee bj the queen regent Friday,
ere were no speeches, only a few
?dial phrases were exchanged.
'WO state carriages from I hs royal
ldc convertd Mr. Storer front the"}
tel de Home tO-the palace mid toon 'l*
a back to the hotel after the audi
e. Premier Silveli presented Mr. *"?
Ma
rer.
here were no crouds ..bout the pal
. Mr. Stover's reception being nnan- GE
meed in order to avo.d disagreeable
dents. The fact that there wei* ?u,?
tpeeehss is not surprising as thi* is
practice when ministers arc re?
ed. Speeches are only made in thc j|
? of ambassador*. era,
eicrthc'.css, the queen regent waa \\\u
.- em able and complimentary to- /tss
ds Mr. Morer and inquired cordial- r,,m
mcerning thc health of President _?_.,,.
iinley. Wal
lmi.lt fi.r t,.-l..iir c utterer*. f'*-"1
ii it ai mi:. Wi...Jons 15. ThsfunJ '"'"
?ctol for New Richmond suffererc *s s
Milwaukee footed np about S-'i,00C ?*
nesday night. Another car of sup noell
, was sent on thc Wisconsin < en- g?ve
train Wednesday evening-. <>sh- nnlc
. loud du Lac, Viroua, Janesville, not '
?organ. Chilton, Kentish and other t,ic r
is arc also contributing. ] a,n u
-' main
ie Sfax Taaae* < ape Verde Ulanda.
US, June 1ft ?A ilispatcb from
Cape Verde islands aanonneec **?*??
the French BCCoadclsss mtlisei victn
carrying- Capt. "Oteyfus, ha? wast
?tl her.- cn route for llreat, where Mai li
i-. not expected before Saturday shod
make
loy fi
The A leeka I .meat..m.
(poa, June 15. ?The I'nited States
?SSdor here. Joseph ll. Clioatc. Kr.:
jst received from the foreign of- ria Hi
x communication on the Alaska Prent
ion which, it is understood, is s poleo
setory temporary arrangement co*nM<
? a {Tai-._ home,
i decca
Kr. Adm. I r.i.l.i I*?.?,i.
siuxoTt'X. June ld. ? Kr. Adm.
I Cresby. retired, fine of tiie ?asi Mai
rragUt's oflieers ia thc stirrina neads
of the civil ivar, died here Thurs* i linc i
Ight of diabetes, aged 70 years. I Pelew
IMPS EMOTED
Filipinos Karo Fled to Binung
on the South Side of thc Day
of Lacuna.
PEOPLE OF JHL51 tLCOME AMERICANS.
Baroor Partially Deitroyed Daring
the Terrific Honihanlmeiif hy the
American (iii ti boats.
Bee-red* of Heftier* (urning Into the
American Mee* One Hundred In.ur
gente nilled and MIO Wounded la
Taa.day'. Kufageiue.it.
Manila, June IA, imus haa been
evacuated. Thc mayor of that place
entered Las 1'inas Thursday morning
and announced that Cen. Non. I, the
commander of the Filipinos, had left
thc town during the night and hal
gone with his troops to Liming, ou the
south side of Laguna ,ie Lay. ile said
the Filipinos had taken bm of their
wounded with them. H.* declared
that thc people of Imua would welcome
the Americans, and white flags in tok?
en of peace were being displayed al!
along tbe road between Las Pinas and
Imus. Fourteen Spanish prisonei -
wiio escaped from the Filipino*. Wed?
nesday night, confirm tin* story that
Cen. Xoriel has evacuated Imus and
moved his troops south.
Thc defeat of the Filipinos at Znpote
was considerably more disaatrous to
them than was at tirst supposed. Their
losses were at least equal to those the;,
sustained at Calumpit, and th.* advan?
tageous results to the Americans are
fully ,*is great as tl,.. .- secured in the
latter engagement.
Oen. Lawton is cxtrcme'y hopeful
'or the future, and lt la the general
iclicf that Cavite province has heen
lermanently subdued. The road be*
ween Manila and Cavite, which has
teen deserted since the rebels massed
telow Manila, is now being* opened
gain.
Wasiiiii.to.v, June 10. Cen. Oti lea*
iled Thursday the following:
Manila, June li. Adjutant General,
Washington: Success Ls wt on a troops
t Cavite provinec greater than report
1 yesterday. Enemy numbering 1,000
?st in killed, wonnded and captured
ion- than one-third; remainder much
tattered; have retreated south to
nus, their arsenal; of live puers of
-tillery, Circe captured. Navy a de.I
reatly on shore bay, landing forces
?cashmaH*1. lui.al..tints in tha*.
mntry rejoice at deliverance and wei*
imo with enthusiast ic demonstrations
rival of our troops. tun.
fHE BEN FRANKLIN STATUE.
lina I're.ented to t In* I Hy of I'hllitdel
j.lila I n.lrr thu .luann,** of Several
Soi Utica of Hie III}-.
I'lllLAIiLl.l'lMA, June LY Thc s'attle
Benjamin Franklin presented lo the
y by Justus c. Strawbridge waa un
lied Wednesday. Thc exercises h ri?
der the suspices of tin- University
Pennsylvania, the American I'bilo*
ihical society, thc Fratiklin insti
e, the Library Compsny nf Ph ila*
phia and the Pecnsylvsnis hospital.
e oration was delivered by L'uited
ites District Attorney James M.
:k.
'he unveiling ceremonies in front of
? post office followed tlie cord being
iwn hy Mis> Mai-,net Hartman
?lie, a descendent cf Franklin.
tries Emory Smith, postmaster gen*
I, made the addi ess of presentation,
i*or Ashbridge accepted the gift for
city.
N. WH LLER FOR GOVERNOR
t rleii.I. I liol Illili* iii III. Noni oiiim.l
al Attitude Ihat Ile lilli Accept
th* Nomination.
(M-viiLK, Ala., Jiu.e LY Demo*
,i who desire to nominate Cen. Joe
fcler for governor of Alabama pro*
to find hope iu the general'* non
mlttal attitude that lie Mill accept
nomination. Representative J. II.
lace and others have just returned
i Washington, where they ssw
Wheeler. Ths bitter is reported
tying:
t is yet too early to make a definite
don as to what 1 shad du To be
rnor of Alabama is an honor to
li any man might asp re, yet I can
it this time say that I will make
acc. I will say, however, that I
nder obligation, to no man to re
out of it."
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Another tornado Victim.
IX (ITV, Ia., June LY - Another
n of the tornado n ir Balla. In,
idded to the list Wednesday, 'lim-,
ty dying at UtU hospital here of
i to his nervous system. This
s the fifi li victim, all iri the Mal
im'.ly.
She Shone in Na|.ol.?....'?. I imrt.
siiMit, Wis., June LS Mrs. Ma?
lmsey llacot. who livid at thc
?b court during the time of Na?
il III., and a literary woman of
lerable note, passed away at her
i in this city Wednesday. The
sed was TO years of age.
Terni ora leded lo l.enn ,.iy.
iitiii, June 15. -Tlie senate \\. d
y adopted a bill eediug the CatCS
stands, tbe Ladroues amt thc
islands to Uermany.
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LVTCKESTING MEWS ITEMS.
Lawrence ownaeml. tleeew Psitsd
.?*t.i*..-a m irster to liefgiom, wen re?
eved Sunday by King LeopoM.
At Dubuque, Ia., Berman Demfr.
merchant, while riding S b cele, col?
lide.! with a street car and was in?
stantly killed.
Ira J. Holmes brother of Burton
Holmes t'lf lecturer, wasdroorned In
Lake Michigan at Chicago by Mic esp
?f a skiff.
First Baaemsn Everett, of tha Cn
cago league, resigned his position us
captain Sunday, and, according IO Ino
players themselves the position will
remain vacant until conditions are dif?
ferent.
lt is announced semi-officially that
any increase in the lax on American
bicycles in Bermany is Impossible^ I*
? the commercial treaties willi
Austria, Uassls and Italy eaolnde such
a th i
t'u the arrival of ihe Sfax at Hr st,
which ia bringing Capt, Deerina from
Vrenell Guianafor a new truil bv court
martial, a torpedo boat destroyer will
meet the cruiser and transfer Dreyfus
to the shore.
Boston and Xew Vork capitalists are
si ul t.. le negotiating for ihe purehi nc
of the Cai u rae I and Chicago Causl and
. hoi.lin rn, extending from
the month of the Calumet river to the
Indiana stats line.
Ex-Senator Ik*nj. Iv Harding, Isdesd
at Cottage (.rove, Ore. Ile wss sleeted
to the lulled >t.itcs senate in I sr,-J io
Iii! out the unexpired term of ."senator
Lalor, deceased. Mr. Harding was
born in Penna) Iv.mia iu Is ;;.
inn-. Cen. Davis lias signed aa order
establishing a provisional court lt San
Juan, Porto Rico, and has appointed
N. lt, Pettingill | residing judge of ths
[)ody with two army oltieiala as itsso
?iatcs, ami J. M. K -edy prosecuting Ot*
orney.
\- Nen ? .ricans. Wm. II. Fischer, a
Hilder and cunt ia.-tor, Saturday slwot
ii*, wife on a public thoroughfare after
irutslly besting her. and thea fatal I j
lunn.led himself. They were married
six weeks ago, anti .ming to Ins
[.-treatment aha bail been compelled
i) leave him.
The announcement waa matin sin
av that the fore of nun at th.
.1 (111.) iron t\ orka will l.e
mil..ed and the wages will be ti
-easel from IO to *.'i per cent. The
pr ii ? h. ld mill was reei nt Iv pin?
ta ..-.| bj the IL public lr.ni i ii. ll -.
ac of the largest plants in tliccoiin
y
Marcus Daly, of Montana, anti bis
.soeiates in the Anacin.la Mining < ...,
ire " .1 a I their holdings m tloit
ini.au>'-> vast an i taned interests lo
i eastern syndicate hcnd**d Ly Jel.a
Kocki feller for i*i*t.0i ll IXIU. 1 bough
i* transfer occurred more thrill a
mill ago, il has inver lui n hp ?
bile.
In nine pulpits lu Kan Claire, \N i .,
nday, tho Kew Uiehmond cyclone
is tin- subject of the hermons. Thc
h. ral sen ti men I e pressed was thal
waa a mysterious dispensation of
with nee, bul tbe be v. Joseph Moren,
the Kpiaeop.il church, s.ii.i it was
ii ivoi k ..f an nuknowu poa cr
1 not thc ael of Cod.
i.itswain P. II. -smith, C. S,
will reopen the Chicago naval re
liting statiou Jun.- *: for Ihe en
nt of a number of epprenl
ira between the agea of ll and 17
. h.- accepted. Lieut, lt. W. Wi-;.-,
u is now in Cincinnati, will re?
it to ( h cago i he -1st, an i t hs
?li of recruiting will bs rapidly
hed.
continuous series of carth<)naV
niul.ng from Colon through thc
h.(..-is to Cu rn cos and Marieann
.- been reported since the mid ii-- vf
The most severe action was fe.I
I 'utvrr.it and Buadalonps, cans
much 'I un lg '. A curious shock
fell throughout Jamaica on Wed*
iay, comprising ive movements
;ng L'i minutes. .v., damage, bow*
*. wai done.
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