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Nkw Yoiik, March 2. Aulhoratlve
reports have just been received of the
last engagements betwen the Spanish
and Cuban forces.
Tbe magt.lllcent battle fought
Booquin, id the Province of Santiago
da Cuba, waa a aplendid victory for
Spaniards In Havana had reported to
the contrary, but thla waa with the view
of preventing the United Matea tro in
becoming acquainted with the weak
condition of their forces In Cuba, as far
The last engagement waa a Cuban
victory to the extent of one thoasand
Spanish killed, hile only fifty were
lost out of the insurgent forces In Ove
This disastrous defeat was followed
by the precipitous retreat of the Spanish
At reported in yesterday's telegrams
to TilK Ol'TIO, Maximo Gomez is
working tils way surely to Havana,
and it la reported that he feels certain
of help from the United States.
Every libre of the nérvea of the Cu
bans, who have enough life to feel at
all, la strung to the utmost lit ex
pectancy of United States interference.
New Yoiik, March 2. Tbe
"Maine's" back waa broken . So aaya
a diapatch from Havaaa, this morn
ing. The latest discoveries made by the
divers not only support the ii.foruia
tion that disclosures of paramount lra-
fortance had been muds by Knsign
'owelson, but convince those in charge
of the submarine investigation that
beyond nil doubt a submarine mine
rent the United State battleship
The keel has been found in two
A photograph, in itself evidence of
the Datura of the explosion, has been
Uken. It shows the " w Bine's" dog
standing on a part ot the wreckage
still above water. The plate upon
which the dog stands came from the
keel of the ship and waa the lowest
part of the tremendous mass of ma
terial thrown upward ana to starboard.
This evidence is very strong.
Key West, Fla., March 2. The
Court of Inquiry into the battleship
"Malus resumed Its sessions here to.
day. Ten mors enlisted men were ex
amined by the full board. Commander
Forsyth was the first witness to testify
that wat not on the list of the crew of
Washington, March 2. Secretary
í.ong hat decided to send a naval ves
sel to Cuba at once wdh forty yit fifty
tons of piovisiona for the relief of
sniTtrlng reconcentrad. The vessel
will gato Mtiii8 r Santiago. The
"Montgomery'' will lake supplies to
Matanzas, and the "Nashville lo Kagua
atilntlü. Thé Vrnnél ! rrturil im
mediately after delivering the supplies,
which were furnished by the New
York Cuban relief committee.
1'IIOKMX, Ariz, March 2. Resol ti
tlons have been adopted by a mass
meeting of citizens, held at the County
Court house here, Instructing Arizona's
delegates in Congress to place) ihe Ter
ritory on record as demanding the In
dependence of Cuba.
Kf.y West, March 2. Fractlcally no
Information presented to the Court of
Inquiry bus been disclosed. Naval
olhcers at this station, not connected
with tiie court, exnress a guarded view
that very little testimonv ha yet been
heard tending to show that the explo
sion was the result of conspiracy.
IIana.na. March 1. All tbe divers
are working hard upon the wreck of the
"Maine." It Is feared tout many of the
dead were blown to pieces which would
account for the failure to find the
bodies where they wuld be expected to
be found. Hut, at the same time. If
this were the cas. it would seem that
parts of the bodies, such as dismem
bered legs and arms, would be found
Minneapolis, March 2. The
thirty-aecoHd annual encampment of
the Department of Minnesota, (rand
Army of the Republic, was called to
order at. 10 o'clock this morning at the
Lyceum thiHter by Department Com
mander E. II. Wood. The National
Commander in Chief, General Gobiu,
of Fennsjlvanla, who was present, was
given an ovation. The morning was
occupied with welcomes and routine
business. The annual camp-fire will
tie held tonight. The annual conven
tions of the Minnesota Kx-1'rlsonera of
War, the Women's Hellef Corps, and
the Ladies of the G. A. It. also opened
Madhid, March 2. The Spanish
g 'Vernmeiit tins received a report from
the Spiiiisli authorities in Havana say
ing that the explosion which wrecked
the "Maine'' was due to Internal causes,
Hddiug that It was believed tint (he
United States experts will admit this
without reservation of any kind.
Havana, March 2 Public and pri
vate greeting of the Spanish cruiser
"Vizcaya, "which arrived here last night
have not lessened in fervor today.
Mkmpiiih, Tenn., March 2. Fred
Moore, tbe murderer of Tom Ander
son, was taken from the county jail of
Senatobla, Miss, this morning and
shot to death by a mob of fifty persons.
Whether the executors' wiBh to save
the expense of trial and hanging, or
their fear that the fate they judged
fitting would not tie forthcoming, led
to their crime, is not knowa.
Tuoy, N . Y., March 2. John Wilde,
the actor, died today. He died of a
complication of diseases. His reruta
tion as one of the leaders of his profes
sion, assures considerable regret in the
theatrical world and among play goers,
for his early demise.
Ciiicaoo, March 2 An application
of the Inter-Otean for an injunction to
restrain the Associated Fresa from cut
ting off its news service to that paper,
was denied by Judge Waterman today.
Washington, March 2. The pres
ident today nominated William L.
Avery, of Montana, aa consul at liellze,
Ciiicaoo, March 2 Cattle Receipts
I4,(MI; steady to strong; beeves. :i!i,r
5.50; cows and heiters, ÍS. 104(1.40;
Texas steers, ?:l,50tl.X; stocker and
feeders, ;i 40ti.40.
Sheep Uecelpts, 2" 000; Weaker; nss
tlvM SJ í' 1 (Vi; westerns, 3 óoí4.55:
Kansas City. March 2. Cattle. Ke
celpts 4,000; steady tolOcentt higher;
Texas steers, f- liiOft 1 .40; Texas cows,
V 3o4.; native steers, $1 l tt 5 50;
native cows and heifers. 1 .50(4.40;
Blockers and feeders, ?J Xi5.35; bulls,
Sheep. Ueeelpts.4 000; steadyjambs,
í HX)ff.13; muttons, 83.uiwl.i'i.
CmrAoo. March 2.
May, 81.0H',; Julv. ill.
Corn. Marcn, 2Hi4i May i
Oats. Marwb, üú!,; May, EtJtt.1'.
Nkw Youk. March 2. Money on call,
nominally, P4tc2í'per wnt. l'rtme
mercantile paper, 3'irtl per cent.
Silver, 64S'; lead, iJ.bo.
Copper lo Aj'.
WlLKKUliAKiiK, Fa., March 2.
Sheriff Martin's cross examination was
resumed by the counsel for the prosecu
tion today. The main point established
was that the witness denied making a
remaik, after shooting the strikers,
that be had merely, "Uken a hand In the
matter as plain James Martin and not
as the Sheriff of Luzerne county."
Samuel l'rtce, a contractor and com
mission merchant, tesllled that he was
Sheriff Martin's chief deputy at the
time of the shooting, lie said that the
Sheriff gave all the deputiet explicit
orders to keep cool, protect all property,
and maintain the peace. He also told
thero that they were not to shoot unless
for their self protection.
Washington, March 2. A resolu
tion of inquiry was adopted by the
House today, asking the l'resident to
transmit to the House a copy of the
proceedings of the International com
mission appointed to examine the equi
table distribution ot the waters of the
Itio Grande: ulso the protest of Mr.
Ilorcasltus, representing the citizens of
Mexicn. against the construction of
dams by the Itio Grande Irrigation
company and the action thereon The
Home then resumed the debate on the
Loud bill relating to second class mail
Representatives Hell, Fopullst of
Colo., Simpson, Fopulist of Kas., and
(.'lark. Democrat of Mo., opposed the
bill, mainly on the ground that It was
Inimical to the Interests of the country
The corn fodder crop of this country
is estimated as worth Í225,(hXI,ooo per
annum, two-thirds of which has us
ually been wasted.
Htate or Ohio, i'itv n Toledo.)
Lucas CouaTY, (
Fbahk J. Chenky makes oatb last ha Is
tba sauior partier of tba Crcu ot F. J.
I'HKNEV ik Co., dolus; bualuese in tba City
of Toledo, County ami Ntate aforesaid,
and that said flrui VI pay tba turn nf
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS f react and
vary caaa of Catahsh that cannot bo
eared by tba oe of H tit's Cataish Cras.
FlUNK J. CHENEY.
Hw ro to I i f ra tu a d Mi'i-cl al In
my praaanot, tuli 3 n nay ot U. (Jambar,
A. I). 18S6.
. A. W.QLE AHON,
I uk1, Sulury Public.
Ball's Catarrh Cur la taken Internally,
and acta directly on tba blood and mucous
surfaces ot tba srttrra. and fur teatlino
niaN, (rea. F. J. CHENKY at CU.,
Bold by Drugglit, 75c. Toledo, O.
Ileil'e Family Vtilt ara tba tiett.
Was lever Well
But Hood's Í arseparllln Has CI ven
Her Permanent Heclth.
"I was a ?t t''. ;'Hy woman.
W!hln 1k titan H pound. 1 viae
never welt. 1 ha. I fcmrtlu irou'ilra and a
bad throat tronM. I came across an ad
vertisement of llood'o t-anspsrllla an. '
had fslth In the medlcinoat once. 1 be-.-' .
taking It and soon felt better. I kepi '
ontil I was cured. I now weigh "
pounds, and never have any slcki ' i
itood'a Raraaparllla will not care. .
blood Is pare, complexion rood and I
free from eruptions." Mrh.Li.na Fa -Nl'M,
Box 116, Illllsgrove, Rhode IsIsnC.
Iilhetx-it-In tact the One True Blood Purir .
Ilrtml'e Iille are tatcles. miM. eRi-e-I1UUU
S I HIS Hn,, AlldriiiikltU. 'k.
WAsillNom.N, March 2 The Senate
cotnuiittei on fon-lgn lelatlons decided
upon a special meeting of the com
mittee to be held next Saturday for the
purpose of considering the bet course
t be purs ed In the liiture with rela
tion lo the annexation of Hawaii. The
decision grew out of a suggestion that
the treaty of annexation be hIisiiiI.hu d
and the question he taken up by the
Senate oil basis of the bill providing for
the same end.
Wahiiinoton, March 2 The con
ference report on the pension appro
priation presented by Senator i'eikins,
(Illinois,) of the committee on post,
olllces and postroads, presented a con
current resolution from the committee
appointed to Investigate the L..ke City,
South Carolina, postollice murder, and
on objection by Senator A Men (Xeb
braska, the resolution was laid over
A Searsport (Me.) man has an old
time linen sarniiler, worked with silk,
which Is Inscribed: "Hluchill I lay, July
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