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I c YOL13 VOL 13 W WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY MA MAY M Y 17 1f15102 1902 190 NO 0 I
I Aid to Those Made tade Destitute by Wcs WcsIndies WesIndies WcsIndies
Indies Earthquakes EarthquakesAPPROPRIATION EartbqualesAPPROPRIATION EarthquakesAPPROPRIATION
APPROPRIATION INCREASED TO 500001 500001The 500 500001The OI OITbeCllblnet
The TbeCllblnet Cabinet Calls Upon Citizens to Conlrl Conlrlbute Conlrlbute CoalrlBute
bute a Fund for or the Relief of the Hone Honeless lIomeleis Homelees
less and Destitute on the Stricken eland IllaDdA elandA
A General Committee Appointed to Re Recclve Recelve Recche
cclve Contributions ContributionsWashington ContributionsVashington ContributloasVashidgtoit
Washington D C C Special SPicialfh SPicialfhUnited Tlv TlvUnited i iUnited
United States Government has lost Io t m mtime 111time mtime
time in n preparing to relieve stricken am amdistressed anydistressed 111 111distressed
distressed victims of the volcanic cxplo cxplosions cxplosions exploions
sions ions in Martinique and St Vincent It Itfact IIfact Itfact
fact the United States has taken the lea leaiin le1in leain
in going to the aid of the stricken peo pcopie peopIc peopie
pie at St Pierre and St Vincent VincentEarly VincentFarly Vincentany
Early in the day it became evident ti tithe IIthe tithe
the President and am dar his cabinet that tin thl2ooooo
200000 appropriated for relief by Congress Congress Con Cangress
gress would svottld not meet the emergency fo fothat fothat fothat
that amount had already been expemle expemleby expendeby expendeeby <
by the War and Navy Departments epartm nts it itthe itthe hthe
the two days in which the officials o othese 0these othese
these departments had been preparing preparlllg fo fothe fo fothe fothe
the relief to be sent to the West Indies IndiesThe r rudtesThe ndlesThe
The President therefore had interview interviewwith interiewwith interviewwith
with leading senators and members o othe 0the othe
the House before Congress met and nrg nrgcd urgcd ttrged
cd upon them the necessity of increasing increasingthe increasinthe increasingthe
the appropriation to the amount asue asuefor askec askecfor askccfor <
for by the President in his special roessage roes mesage IllesI
I sage age sent to Congress the day before beforethat beforethat 170fOCethat
that is 500000 Therefore as soon ai aiCongress alCongress aiCongress
Congress met Senator Cullom introduced introduceda
a resolution increasing the appropriatiot appropriatiotto appropriatdotto5ooooo
to to5ooooo 500000 life 200000 appropriated tc tcbe tebe tcbe
be included in this for relief of the sub subfevers stifferers sufferers
ferers at Martinique and St Vincent VincentThe VincentThe VincentThe
The resolution was passed by the Senate Senatewithout Senaltwithout Senatewithout
without a word of comment so that tin tinPresident tIllPresident titPresident
President will have at his disposal a sun sunwhich SlllTwhich sunwhich
which he and his advisers think will bi htsufficient bisufficient blufficient
sufficient to meet the present needsNot needs needsNot needsNot
Not only did Congresl Con re act but tin titcabinet tincabinet thlcabinet
cabinet at It its setm semeneekl < veekly veekl mcetifig mcetifigadopted incetifigadopted neetlrlgadopted
adopted resolutions calling upon citizen citizenfor cittzefor citizenfor
for subscriptions and donations for tin tinsufferers thesufferers titsufferers
sufferers 1 the 1 he following was issued from frotrthe froltthe fromthe
the White HouseThe House HouseThe HouseThe
The President has lIa appointed a com committee committee coinmittec ¬
mittee to receive funds for the relief elief 01 01the 01the wthe
the sufferers from the recent catastro catastrophes catastrophes cataslrophes
phes in Martinique and St Vincent Tin Tingentlemen Tillgentlemen Tingentlemen
gentlemen appointed from each city arc arcasked arcasked artasked
asked to collect and receive the fund fundsfrom fundifrom fundfrom
from their localities and neighborhood neighborhoodas
as expeditiously as possible and forward forwardthem forwarcthem forvnrcthem
them to Hon Cornelius N Bliss treas treasurer treasurer treesurer ¬
urer of the New York committee which whichcommittee whi whicommittee whichcommittee
committee will act as central distributing distributingpoint distributin distributinpoint distributingpoint
point for the country The President di directs directs directs ¬
rects all the postmasters throughout th thcountry tit thtco titcountry <
country co mtry and requests the presidents of althe al althe aIthe
the national banks to act as agents forthe foi foithe fOIthe
the collection of contributions contribut ons and tcforward tc tcforward teorward
forward the same at once to Mr Bliss Blisiat Blislat Blissof
at New York The postmasters are also alscdirected alsedirected alsodirected
directed to report to the Postmastet PostmastetGeneral PostmastelGeneral PoshnasletGeneral
General within ten days any funds cot collected co colected cotlected
lected on this account accountA
Princeton Gets Facsimile of One Presented t tEmpress tEmprell It ItEmpress <
Empress Downier DownierPrinceton DowlIerPrinceton DowagerPrinceton
Princeton N J J Special A Chinese Chi Chinese Chinese ¬
nese New Testament of considrablc valiu valiuhas vahuhas alnt alnthas
has been presented to the TheologitaSeminary Theological TheologicalSeminary Theolog ca caSeminary
Seminary library libraryThe libr1ryThe libraryThe
The book which is i a facsimile of tin tinone thtone titone
one recently given to the Empress Dow Dowager DowaRer Dowager ¬
ager of China is probably the only one oneof oniof on onof
of its kind in America It was given U hthe Uthe tethe
the library by Mrs John Stranoch o oPhiladelphia 0Philadelphia oPhiladelphia
Philadelphia The Testament was pre prcsentcd present presented
sentcd sent cd to her by the British and ForeignBible Foreign ForeigiBible ForeiglBible
Bible Society in recognition of the sen sereices senices senices
ices of her husband hU han who translated tin tinNew thlNew tinNew
New Testament into Chinese The boo boois boois boilis
is bound in full morocco and has soli solfcgold soligold > 01i 01igoid
gold clasps It was published at the Uni University Univenit Universdty ¬
versity venit of Oxford OxfordNEW OxfordNEW OxfordNEW
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Ecliwab Gary and Gates Oalesla In a It ItThe The Concern ConcernThat ConceroThat ConcernThat
That Have IIAveConlolldAtcd IIAveConlolldAtcdChicago Consolidated ConsolidatedChicago Conoidatc ConoidatcChicago
Chicago Special The Daily New Newprinted Newprinted Newprinted
printed the announcement of a new coin coinbination COI11bination conehination
bination of interests jn n the steel indus industry industry indnstry
try which has just been perfected in thi thi1city thicity thicity
city under the management of Arthur J JEddy JEddy JEddy
Eddy The name of the new compan companis
is to be the American Steel Founder FounderCompany FounderComan FoundersCompany
Company Coman with a capital of 40000000 40000000equally 4000000equaJl 40000000equally
equally equaJl divided between common an andpreferred anpreferred 11 11preferred <
preferred stock stockConcerns stockConcerns stockConcerns
Concerns comprising the new combi combination combination cotnbination
nation arc The he American Casting Com Company Company Coinpany
pany and the Sargent Company of Chi Chicago Chieago Chicago
cago Light Howard of St Louis th altFranklin thFranklin thFranklin
Franklin and the Reliance Companies o oPennsylvania 0Pennsjlnia oPenusytvunia
Pennsylvania and the American Amel cau Casting
Company of Newark N J JThree JI JTime JThree
Three Were Killed KilledPottsville KilledPmlsville KilledPottsville
Pottsville Pa Special SpecialPatricl SpecialPatriclKeJl Patricl PatriclKelly PatriclKelly
Kelly KeJl and John Baritch of Colorado Coloradothis Coloradethis Coloradcthis
this county c unt and John McMichael of Gi Girardvillc GIrard CIrardvfllc
rardvillc rard llIe were killed by bYan an explosion o oa 0a oa
a boiler at It the Lelilgh Valley Vall y Compan COOlPII1ac1C1
Packer ac1C1 No 5 i colliery near Girardvllle
1 Tltcy I hey were el blown to pieces Kelly I lly was wa i
fireman mid the other men were hclp helpers rs
DomesticThe Domestic DomesticThe BomestlcThe
The anthracite miners convention a aIlazloton aIIuoI aIludeton
Ilazloton IIuoI ton did not consider or settle th thquestion the thrquestion thequestion
question of a permanent strike strikeMaclays strikeMaclays strikeMaclays
Maclays alleged history of the Unite UniteStates UnitecStltes UnflecStates
States Navy will be barred bar ed from th thBrooklyn the theBrooklyn titBrooklyn
Brooklyn Public Library
Near Philadelphia the Chinese plan plancemetery I tcemetery Icemetery
cemetery for exclusive burial of bodies bodieof bodielof bodiesof
of that nationality
A federal grand jury at Indianapoli Indianapoliis
is is investigating the Beef B c Trust TrustLewis TrustLewis trustLewis
Lewis Nixon resigned as leader o oTammany 01al1llllan oTanunany
Tammany 1al1llllan Hall in New York YorkWalter Yorkalter YorkValter
Walter alter N Haldeman president ofthl oftluiLouisville of ofthlIonisville tin tinLouisville
Louisville CourierJournal Courier Journal and Time TimeCompany TimcCompany 1 tine tineCompany
Company died in Louisville from the ef offeels effects effeets
feels of injuries received recc ed by being struct structby strnc strncby struct
by a street car Mr Haldeman was ove eveSt
81 years old oldAt oldAt oldAt
At West Conshohocken Pa Miss Ka ICatie Katie Katie
tie Henderson saw the roof of the powder pow powdcr power
dcr er magazine in a blaze By her alert alertness alertness alertmess
ness she warned the 30 men at work o otheir 0their otheir
their danger and they escaped just ju t ai aithe a athe aathe
the explosion occurredAt occurred occurredAt occurredAt
At Orofino Idaho Dr Leadbrook Leadbrookmarried Leadbrookmarried Leadbrookmarried
married and wealthy wealth and Miss Minnii MinniiBooth MinnilTIMt finnis finnisBr
Booth TIMt Br th school teacher and daughter of i tMethodist iMethodist IMethodist
Methodist pastor both of o Moscow Ida Idaho IdaCI Idato
ho to CI committed suicide by hypodermic in injcctions inJectlons injections
jcctions of morphine morphineThe morphineThe morphineTine
The strike of the carpenters and struc structural structural strutaural
tural ironworkers in Pittsburg has beet beetsettled bee beetsettled I Iocttled
settled the workmen in both cases be being being being
ing ing the gainers gainers The strike lasted onlj onljone on onl1one I Ione
one day
Checks aggregating 10000000 making mak making making
ing the second distribution of profits profitswere profitswere profitswere
were sent out by b J P Morgan Co Coto Coto Coto
to the members of the syndicate tha thafinanced tllafinanced thafinanced
financed the Steel Trust TrustGuy TrustGn TrustGuy
Guy Gn Locke aged 18 and Edward C CBuffey CHufTey CBulley
Buffey 20 years old were sentenced ii iiChicago ilChicago isChicago
Chicago to penal servitude for life fo fomurder fomurder fsamurder
murder murderThu murderTIH murderThe
The Pittsburg structural workers ac acccpted aecepted accepted
cepted the American Bridge Company Companyoffer COIl1lanyofTer Companyoffer
offer in in Pittsburg and returned to work workThe worIThe work1lie
The new steel castings combine wil wilcontrpf wilcontr9r wtlcontrpf
contrpf onefourth of the mills and bl blcapitalized fa facapitalized bocapitalized
capitalized at 10000000 10000000Blackmail 10000000lackmn toooooooBlackman
Blackmail Somers comitlcd tnicid tnicidwhile iuicidwhile euicidwhile
while in in New Jersey state prrf pri1111 m h isq 1 1Irenton
q 1 Irenton IrentonThe rentonlime renton rentonThe
The bodies of Paul Leicester Ford am amhis anihis amhis
his brother Malcolm Ford were buries burieiin burielin buriesin
in in different parts of tie t e family plot ii iiSleepy i iSleepy ii iiSleepy
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Tarrytown TarrytownWalter
Walter Pearce of Norfolk Va suet sueithe suelthe suetthe
the Supreme Council Royal Arcanurr Arcanurrfor Arcanurrfor Arcanumfor
for the endowment of the death of hi hibrother hihrother htbrother
brother John L Pearce PearceThe PearceThe PearceThe
The government bill against the Bee BeeTrust BeeTrnst BeeTrust
Trust was filed in the United State StateCourt StateCourt StateCourt
Court in Chicago ChicagoA
A general strike of the miners of th thanthracite thanthracite tlianthracite
anthracite coal region was ordered b bthe bthe bthe
the executive committee of the three dis districts districts districts
tricts tricts upon receiving answers from th thvarious thariollJ thvarious
various various railroad presidents and coal op operators opera operators
erators era tors all refusing to agree to the pro proposed proposed proposed
posed method of adjusting differences differencesJ
J H Wade who gave 100000 to th tlvFresh thFresh thFresh
Fresh Air Camp at Cleveland Ohio ti tiassist t tlSSist tiassist
assist its charitable work has given givenlimilar givenlimilar given givensimilar
limilar sum SUIt of money to Lakeside Hos Hospital HosIt1 Hospdtal
pital It1 in that city The gift is in the forn fornDf fornf Pornof
Df > f 400 shares of United States Steel Cor Corporation Corpora Cotporatior
poration pora inn preferred stock and 400 share shareAmerican shareAmerican shareAmerican
American Shipbuilding Company pre preferred preferred preferred
ferred ferred stock each bearing 7 per cent centinterest centinterest
interest interestClara mterestClala interestClara
Clara Taylor who kidnapped her niece niecMargaret niecelIargaret nieceMargaret <
Margaret Taylor from Cincinnati is de detained dettined detained
tained by the Italian authorities to awai awaiaction awalaction awadaction
action by h the United States governmentForeign government governmentForeign governmel1lForelrD
Foreign ForeignThe ForelrDThe Foreignfhe
The Freedom of the Worshipful Com Company Company Cornparry
pany of Plumbers was presented in Lon Loridon London London
don to Mr Andrew Carnegie who sail sailin sailin sailin
in his address that he found it more dif diffiuult diffieult difticult
fiuult to conscientiously distribute wealtl wealtlthan wealtlthan wealtlthan
than to acquire it itThe itThe itThe
The Premier Coloman de Szell an announced announced anpounced
nounced in the lower house of the Hun Hungarian Hungarim liongarian
garian Diet that it was proposed to in inStitute institutc institute
Stitute a closure similar to that prevail prevailing prevailing prevailing
ing ing in the British HouseTwo House HouseTwo HouseTwo
Two lifeboats belonging to t the missinisteamer missini missinisteamer missinsteamer
steamer Camosta which had 650 passen passengers passenRers passengers
gers and a crew of 89 have been fount founfiMr founMr fountMr
Mr Morgans mission to Spain is sail sailto saieto sailto
to be to secure the Spanish Transatlantic TransatlanticCompany TransatlanllCOI11pany TransatlanliCompany
Company for his shipping combine1Ite combine combineThe I IThe
The report that Mount Mount Vesuvius Vesu lu wa uvashowing washowing washowing
showing signs of activity was said to b bwithout uwithout bwithout
without foundation foundationGeneral foundationGener11 foundationGeneral
General Hamiltons forces have cap capturcd captnred captared
turcd several hundred Boers and it i inow inow t tnow
now reported through British source sourcethat sotrcethat sourcethat
that General Delareys forces hav ha have beet beetreduced beeireduced beelreduced
reduced 860 men menCrowds menCrowds menCrowds
Crowds of starving Russiri peasant peasantare peasanttr peasantare
are tr locking to Moscow There is no nosufficient nosufficient nosufficient
sufficient shelter for them and they ar arliving arliving atliving
living in the open air suffering froncold fron froncold fromcold
cold and hunger hungerDr hungcrDr hunger1r
Dr Jabez L M Curry special rcprc rcprcscntative represcntativc rcpresentative
scntative of the United States at the cor corDilation coronation cotoration
Dilation of King Alfonso arrived in Mad Madrid Madrid lad ladrid
rid and was received rece eel with marked favor favotOwing favolOwing favorOwing
Owing to the contracts made betwcei betwceithe betwcelthe betwcetthe
the VirginiaCarolina Chemical Compan Companand Companand Companand
and German works worl s a war in potash price pricein pricein priceiii
in Germany is predicted predictedGeneral predictedGeneral predictedGeneral
General Fermin former Haytian min ministcr minister minister
ister in Paris has landed on the coas coasof coasof coasof
of Hayti and has been proclaimed prcsi prcsident llresident president
dent The revolution ii i spreading
The J he German steamer Sakkarah ha habeen hahecn habeen
been lost lo t off the coast of Chili Tin Tiniww Thentw Titttrrw
iww and nll passengers were saved savl d ltet ltetcargo He Hecargo Heical
cargo cal fJ included in luded 1500000 in gold old specie specieA
A 1 pint against the life of of the Sultat Sultatof Sultatof Sullatof
of Turkey has been discovered in tin tinharem theharel11 titbarons
harem The the women and the chief cu cunuch eunuch enoucht
nuch were in involved olved
St Vincent and Probably Other Islands Besides BesidesMartinique BesidesMartinique BesidesMartinique
Martinique Have Suffered From Terrible Out Outbursts Outbursts Outbursts ¬
bursts of Volcanic Disturbances DisturbancesHORRORS DisturbancesHORRORS DisturbancesUORRORS
I u
Ships at Sea Enveloped In Clouds of Ashes Aslies hes and and the Shore Lines Lln s of Martinique Martiniquea
a Mass of Flames FlamesFour Four American Amerl in n Vessels Among the th Shipping Shippingi ShippingBurned ShippingurnedDetails ShippingDurnedDetaiis
Burned urnedDetails Details off ofrcluatemala off Guatemala Horror i
Fort de France Martinique By Ca Cable c cbleIt c1liltlt ¬
ble bleIt It is now generally estimated that thatabout thatlbout thattabout
about 30000 persons lost their thei lives at atSt atSt atSt
St Pierre as a result of the outbreak outbreakof
of the Mount Pelee volcano last Thurs Thursday Thur3day Thursday ¬
day How many man perished in smaller smallertowns smallertowns smallertowns
towns and on plantations is not known knownThe knownThe knownthe
The United States consul at Guade Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Guadeloupe ¬
loupe Col Louis H Ayme has made mil de atour a atour j jtour
tour of the desolate site where St Pierre Pierrestood Pierrci Pierrcistood Pierrestood
stood From From an interview with Colonel ColonelAyme ColonelAymne
Ayme who is a trained trainedAuterican American news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper man formerly of Chicago the fol following following following ¬
lowing facts arc learned learnedThursday learnedThursday
Thursday morning the Inhabitants of ofthe oftbe ofthe 1
the city awoke to find heavy clouds cloudsshrouding cloudsshrouding
shrouding the Mount Pelee crater All Allday Allday Allday
day Wednesday horrid detonations had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been heard These were echoed from StThomas St StThomas StThomas
Thomas on the north to Barbadocs ot otthe 011 011the ohthe
the south The cannonading ceased ceasedWednesday ceasedWednesda ceasedVednesday
Wednesday Wednesda night and fine ashes fell like likerain likerain likerain
rain on St Pierre The inhabitants were werealarmed wereularmeeJ werealarmed
alarmed but Governor Mouttet who had hadarrived hadarrived hadarrived
arrived at St Pierre the evening before beforedid beforedid beforedid
did everything posible to allay the the panic panicThe panic1he
1 The he British steamer Roraima R raima reached reachedSt
St Pierre Thursday with ten l gn 1 passes passesgers PlSSA passwtcgems
gers gems rer among amoJlgwhom Whom were lfr MrsfStbkes Stokes ailcl dddher ailclher nlldher
her three children and Mrs H J Ince InceThey InceThey Incelimey
They were watching the rain of ashes asheswhen ashesvhcn asheswhen
when with with a frightful roar and terrific terrificelectric terrificelectric terrificelectric
electric discharge a vast mass of fire firemud firemud firemud
mud and steam swept down from the thecrater thecratcr thecrater
crater over city and bay sweeping all allbefore allbelore allbefore
before it and destroying the fleet of ves vessels vesseh vessels ¬
sels at anchor off the shore shoreIIidrty
Thirty thousand corpses arc now nowstrewn nowstrewn nowstrewn
strewn about buried in the ruins of St
Pierre or else floating gnawed by sharks sharksin sharks
in in the surounding seas Twentyeight Twentyeightcharred TwentyeIghtcharred Twentyeightcharred
charred half dead survivors from the thescene thescenc thescene
scene have been brought here Sixteen Sixteenof Sixteenof Sixteenof
of them are already dead and of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole number only four are expected to torecover torecoer torecover
recover recoverEnormous recoerEnormous recoverEnormous
Enormous quantities of the wreckage wreckageof
of large and small ships and houses now nowstrew nowstrew nowstrew
strew the surface of the sea Huge trees treesand trecsand treesand
and many bodies with flocks of sea gulls gullssoaring gullssoarin gullssoaring
soaring soarin above and hideous sharks fight fighting fighting fghting ¬
ing about them are floating here and andthere andthere andthere
there From behind the volcanic veil veilcome veilcome veilcome
come blasts of hot wind mingled with withothers withothers withothers
others icecold icecoldAt icecoldAt icecoldAt
At Le Prccheur three miles north of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Pierre canoes with men and women womenfrantic womenfrantic womenfrantic
frantic to get away are begging pas passage passage passage ¬
sage on the steamer steamerThe steamerThe steamerThe
The whole north end of the island is iscovered iscoered iscovered
covered with a silver gray coating of ofashes ofashes ofashes
ashes resembling dirty snow Furious Furiousblasts Furiousblasts Furiousblasts
blasts of fire ashes and mud sweep over overthe overthe overthe
the ruins of St Pierre which stretch stretchnearly stretchnearly stretchnearly
nearly two miles along the water front frontand frontand frontand
and half a mile back to a cliff at the base baseof baseof baseof
of the volcano volcanoThe volcanoTime olcanoThe
The still smoking volcano towers towersabove towersaboe towersabove
above the ashcovered hills The ruins ruinsare ruin ruinarc ruinsare
are burning in many places and frightful frightfulodors frightfulodors frightfulodors
odors of burned flesh fill the air airNot airNot airNot
Not one house is leftlintact left leftit jntact tact Heaps of ofmud ofmud ofmud
mud ashes and volcanic volcanic stones are seen seenon seenon seenon
on every side The streets can hardly
be traced tracedHere tracedHere tracedIsere
Here and there amid the ruins are areheaps archeaps areheaps
heaps of corpses almost all of the faces facesbeing facesbeing facesbeing
being downward In one corner 22 22bodies 23b0dies 22bodies
bodies of men women and children were weremingled weremingled weremingled
mingled in one awful mass arms and andfell andlegs andlegs
legs protruding as the hapless beinlfs beintjsfell beinlfsfell
fell in the last struggles of death deathf deathfagony deathagony i iagony
Through the middle of the old Place PlaceBerlin PlaceBertin PlaceBertin
Bertin runs a tiny stream Great trees treeswith treeswith treeswith
with roots upward and scorched by fire fireare firearc firearc
arc strewn in every direction Huge hot hotstones hotstohes hotstakes
stones are scattered about From under underone underone underone
one large stone the arm of a white whitesvoman whiteI whitewoman
I woman protruded protrudedThe protrudedrhe protrudedThe
The utter silence and awful Overpowering overpow overpowering overpowBring ¬
ering odor from the thousands of dead deadwere deadwere deadwere
were fearful fearfulCareful fearfulCareful fearfulCareful
Careful inspection shows that the fiery fierystream fierystream fierystream
stream which destroyed St Pierre must musthave musthave musthave
have been composed in in part of poison poisonous poisonous poison poisonous ¬
ous gases which instantly suffocated suffocatedeveryone suffocatelI suffocatedeveryone
I everyone who Inhaled them and of other otherChinese otherChlucse otherChinese
Chinese Rebels DcfcntcPcin Defeated DefeatedPcin Del ated atedPcin
Pcin By Cable CablcThe The Th govcntmen govcntmenanounccs goverlll1lenanolnccs govcrnmenanounces
anounccs that after two days fighthii fighthiithe fi figlitdathe hti11 hti11the
the rebels in the southern Iouth rn part of tin tinprovince tluprovince thusprovince
province of Pechili have been complete completedefeated complelddefeted
defeated and their leaden captured The Tinencounter Theencounter Theencounter
encounter between the rebels and 111 tin tintroops th thtroop thtreops
troops of Yuan Shai ShaiKai Kai the Govcrnoi Govcrnoiof
of Pechili practically breaks up u all arm armed rltn1cd armcd ¬
cd resistance to the government It ii iiestimated hestimated isestimated
estimated that Zoo oo of the Rebels were werekilled wenkilled werekilled
killed The end of the engagement en agemellt sa savored savored savored
vored of ofa a massacre all the woundet woundetivere wOllllleereldlled wnundctwerehflled
ereldlled ivere killed and no prisoners were taken
uses gases ascs burning furiously Nearly all the thevictims thevictins thevictims
victims had had their hands covering their thentmouths their1110uths theirmouths
tmouths mouths showing showin1 that they had soughtrelief sought soughtrelief sou hl hlTeher
relief from suffocation All the bodies bodiesare bodiesaro bodiesare
are carbonized or roasted roastedEvery roastedEery roastedEvery
Every vestige of clothing was burned burnedaway burnedaway burnedaway
away from from the charred bodies and vin vinmany in inmany in inmany
many cases the abdomens had been burst burstopen burstopen burstopen
open by the intense heat In one place a agroup ngroup agroup
group of nine children were found lock locked locked locked ¬
ed in in cachjpthers cach Jthers arms armsThree armsThree armsThree
Three hours h urs exploration explorationof of the ruinsof rums rumsui ruins ruinsof
of the finding of ofJ10 ofno
St resulted
ui Ji Pierre triurru rcsimcu in in nit imuiiiR imuiiiRjno
jno trace of the American consulate Comisul Con ConSsul Consui
Ssul Thomas T 1 Prentiss his wife and two twodaughters twodaughters twodaugluters
daughters are are undoubtedly dead That Thatquarter Thatquarter Thatquarter
quarter of the city is still a vast mass of ofblazing 01blazing ofblazing
blazing ruins Nor has any all trace been beenfound beenfound beenfouul
found of James Japp the British con consul consill consul ¬
sul Mr r Japp > had a large family at atSt atSt atSt
St Pierre PierreA
A G Austen manager of the Colo Colonial Colovial ¬
nial Bank of Barbadps landed at St atPierre StPierre StPierre I
Pierre with a party from rol1 the British Britishroyal Britis11royal Britishroyal
royal mail steamer Solent He fpund fptndtie fpundthe fpundthe
the bank clock stopped at 10 minutes be before before before ¬
fore 8 oclock when when the city was de destroyed destroyed destrayed ¬
stroyed A horse and buggy buggyand and a policentau po policeman policeman ¬
liceman were in a dead group at the tindoor thedoor thedoor
door doorAt doorAt doorAt
At the request of S A MacAllister MacAlhstcrUnited MacAllisterUnited MacAllisterUnited
United States consul at at Barbados Cap Captain CapJ Captain ¬
J tain in Dayjsnnd Davis and the Solent SolelltNJe SOleutwefc werc put at atlit atlitSIO atJiedipos4it6t Jin JinIJiiposltfQtt
IJiiposltfQtt SIO tf l1l1r 14it6t1 by the Barbad6 D Barmnd6covcrnn6rtt Barmnd6covcrnn6rttThe rh < dO < government governmentThe overnmeltt overnmelttI
The I he Solent carried to St Pierre the Co Colonial Colonial Colonial ¬
lonial Secretary Secretar two doctors two mili mflftary military military ¬
tary officers Dr Dr W V E Aughinbaugh ol olWashington 01Washington ohVashington
Washington five hospital orderlies three threftrained thretrained threetrained
trained nurses and a full field hospital hospitaloutfit hospitaloutfit hospitaloutfit
outfit The Barbados government alsc alscsent alscsent
sent 700 oo barrels of provisions one ton ofice ol olice
ice and a supply of medicine medicineSeveral medicineSeveral medicineSeveral
Several French steamers including the theGovernment theGovernment
Government vessel Rubis have gone tc tcSt teSt toSt
St Pierre having aboard a Government Govcrnmcnldelegate Governmenldelegate Governmentdelegate
delegate a number of gendarmes a de dctchmcnt det deinclement
inclement t lhment of If regular infantry and several severalpriests sevralpriests severalpriests
priests The Th vessel also carried a cjtian cjtianthy quant tjuantin
thy t of firewood petroleum and quick quicklime quicklime quicklime ¬
lime which arc being tscd in the crcmadon crema cremation cremation ¬
tion of the bodies Large quantities ol oldisinfectants 01disinectillh ofdisinfectants
disinfectants and an stocks of clothing forthe lot lotthe for forthe
the refugees were taken along alongRefugees alongRefugecs alongRefugees
Refugees vtrc found assembled at atLe atle atIe
Le Carbct and Case Pilote not far from fromSt fromSt fromSt
St Pierre t pd I it is reported over oerthousand a athousand athousand
thousand of them have died since since the thtfearful thefearful thefearful
fearful stream of lava poured down downMount downMount downMount
Mount PeleeThe Pelee PcleeThe PeleeThe
The vaults of the Bank of Martinique Martiniqueat
at lle ie head of what had been the Rue Ruerle Ruerle Ruerte
rle 1Hopital were found intact They Theyfonlilned TheyQ1I1tincd Theyottlaiued
fonlilned 2oroooo francs about 400 400boo 400oin 400oa0
boo oa0 > oin in in specie and some securities which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were sent here for safekeeping safekeepingST
Earlb Shocks Add to the Terrifying Eruption EruptionFrom EruptloDFront EruptlosFrom
From Lofty Soulrlcrc SoulrlcrcRoseau SoulrlcreRoseau SouldereRoscau
Roseau Dominica B W V L I By Ca Cable CableThe CaWeTlte ¬
ble bleThe The Soufriere volcano on the Island Is Island Island ¬
land ofSt Vincent is still in full erup eruption eruption eruption ¬
tion having been in that condition since sincelast sincelast sincelast
last Wednesday WednesdayMany WednesdayMany VednesdayMany
Many buildings have been b en destroyed destroyedEarthquakes destroyedEarthquakes destroyedEarthquakes
Earthquakes and loud reports accompany accompanythe 3ceompanythe accompanytine
the eruption and stones and ashes have havefallen bacfallen havefallen
fallen at Kingstown Many rany persons personshave l1ersonshave personshave
have been wounded and the bodies of
500 dead arc unburied unburiedBarbados nnburicdBarbados nnburiedBarbados
Barbados 96 miles distant was in to total total total ¬
tal darkness for a time Pebbles and grit gritty gritty gritty ¬
ty substances have fallen there tlrercCanoes thereCanoes I ICanoes
Canoes crowded with refugees are arriving ar arriving 3rriving ¬
riving at Dominica and their occupants occupantsarc
arc hospitably received The he refugees refugeestell refugeestell refugeestell
tell pitiable talcs of hardship and suffer suffering suffering suffering ¬
ing ingMany ingMan Man Many MalJY empty canoes are in the channel channelbeing chauneJhclng channelbeing
being driven riven by wind and an current toward towardPointe towardPointe towardPointe
Pointe a Pitre Guadeloupe A few ref refUKecs refusees refugees
UKecs from Martinique Martin tlue have arrived at atDominica atDominica atDominica
Dominica in a sloop
The French cableship Pouyer Quer Querticr Quertier Quertier
tier is trying to repair the cable It la lareported iJreported lareported
reported that she finds it sunk in 1300 1300yards J Jyards iecoyards
yards of water where formerly it was wasonly wasonlv wasonly
only 100 oo yards below the surface surfaceKilled surfaceKilled surfaceKilled
Killed by Ills Brother BrotherNew UrotberNew UrotherNew
New York Special SpeclalThe The end o othe 01 01thc ofthe
the long existing trouble among the chil children children chitdren
dren of the late Gordon L Ford nillionaire mil millionaire millionairereal ¬
lionaire lionairereal real estate lawyer of Brooklyn Brooklyncame Brooklyncame Brooklyncame
came at 1020 oclock A M when Mal Maicolm Malcolm Malcount
colm Webster Ford who had been dis disinherited disinherited disinherited
inherited shot and killed his brother iirotbcrPaul brotherPaul brotherPaul
Paul Leicester Ford the celebrated nov novelist no noeliat novdiet ¬
diet and hlitorian and then took hi hiown hiown his hisown <
own life The shooting took place in inthe il ilthe inthe
the beautiful new home hom of the author
37 7 fast I t Seventyseventh street
Coronation Envoys Expenses ExpensesA Expenselively
A lively tlebatc occurred in the Senate Senateupon Senateupon Senateupon
upon an amendment to the Army Appro Appropriation ApproIlriation ¬
priation Bilj Bill offered by tJ Mr Bailey of ofTexas ofTexas ofTexas
Texas providing that no part of the ap appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
propriations propriations made by the measure should shouldbe shonldbe shouldbe
be be used in defraying defrayingthc the expenses of the thesnccial theoecial thesnccdal
snccial embassy embass to the coronation of ofKing ofKing ofKing
King Edward VII of England En land Mr Bai BalIcy Bailey Bailey ¬
ley contended that the United States Statesshould Slateshould Statesshould
should not send a special ambassador to tothe tothe tothe
the coronation of Englands King or to tothe tothe tothe
the coronation of any other ruler when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the country thus honored did no not extend extenda
a like courtesy courtes > to the United Statesmen Statesmenthe States on onthe onlute
the inauguration inauguration nauguratl n of a president After Aftctconsiderable AftelconsIderable Afterconsiderable
considerable discussion Jscusslon the amendment amendmentwas lIuenlmentwas
was withdrawn withdr wn and the bill passed passedSubsequently passedSubsequently passedSubsequently
Subsequently Mr Bailey offered a res resolution resolution resolution ¬
olution olution which will be considered later latercovering latercovering laterCovering
covering Covering the th point made in his amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment It provides that It is contrary contraryto
to the policy of the United States to ac accredit accredit accredit ¬
credit to any foreign government any anyambassador an anal11Jassador anyambassndor
ambassador minister or other diplomatic diplomaticofficer diplomaticofficer diplomaticofficer
officer or agent to especially represent representthe representthe representthe
the United States at the coronation of oiany ofany ofany
any hereditary prince or potentate It Italso Italso Italso
also provides that the president has no nopower nop nopower
power p wer to appoint such an envoy except exceptwith exceptwith exceptwith
with the Senates sanction sanctionThe sanctionTho sanctionThe
The New Republic RepublicThe nepubllcThe RepublicThe
The State Department has decided decidedupon decidedI1pon
upon the method it will employ to in inform inform inform ¬
form the world officially of the birth of oithe ofthe ofthe
the new Cuban Republic on May 20 20Instead 20rn 20Instead
Instead rn tead of issuing a proclamation thedepartment the thedepartment thedepartment
department will send identical notices to tonil toRII tonil
nil United States ambassadors and minis ministers ministelS niittdstors ¬
ters abroad that the military occupation occupationof
of the United States of the island Iras Irasceased Itasceased hemsceased
ceased as of that date and that Tomas TomasEstrada TomasEstrada ToniasEstrada
Estrada Palma has been duly installed as asthe asthe asthe
the head of the new government of the theIsland theIsland theIsland
Island of Cuba There will be invitation invitationon
on our part to the nations to recognize recognizethe recognizethe recognizetime
the new republic but It Is expected that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they will take notice themselves themselves of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the United States has so recog recognized recognized recognizcd ¬
nized the Cuban Republic by sending to tothe tothe totime
the island a minister resident and staff staffof staffof staffof
of legation and consuls and it is is not notdoubted notdoubted notdoubted
doubted that the example will be follow followAgricultural followtl followed
ed tl
Agricultural Appropriation Dill DilfSenator DillSenator DiliSenator
Senator Proctor from the Committee Committeeon
on Agriculture reported the Agricul Agricultural Agricultural Agriculheal ¬
tural Appropriation Bill to the Senate SenateAs SenateAs SenateAs
As reported the bill carries 5249680 5249680or 524961 524961or
the theamount theamount he heamount
or an increase of i15MO over
amount carried by the House bill T 1 he heprincipal heprincipal heprincipal
principal item item of increase is 50000 to tobe toIJe tolie
be added add d to the provision for the pur purchase pnrhase ptrrchase ¬
chase of sites for weather bureau ob observatories observatories observatories ¬
servatories The committee also added
250000 to tl the 50000 appropriated bythe by bythe bythe
the House for the aid of irrigationThis irrigation irrigationThis IrrigationTbls
This Shoe Welsh 8 Pounds Empty EmptyAn EmptyAn EmptyAn
An eightpound eigltt pound leather shoe decoratedwith decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith
with nearly 406 400 copperheaded nails is is on onexhibition onexhibition onexhibition
exhibition in the office of Major James JamesE
E Bejl Dell superintendent of the free deliv delivery delivcry delivcry ¬
cry division of the city postoffice post office Its Itsinterest Iuinterest Itsinterest
interest lies in n the report that it is said saidto lIaidto saidto
to have been tanned by the father of Gen GenGrant GenGrant GenGrant
Grant in 1859 and was used as a shoe shoesign shoesign shoesign
sign sign for forty years It has been owned ownedfor ownedfor ownedfor
for twenty years by F H McManigal McManigalof Mc lanigal lanigalof
of St Paul Minn MinnProtest llil1nProtcst MinnProtest
Protest Against Jim Crow Cars CarsA CarlA CaraA
A protest again a ain racial discrimination discriminationon
on Jim im Crow railway cars was made madebefore madebefore madebefore
before the House Committee on Com Commerce Commerce Commeree ¬
merce by a delegation of colored men in including including including ¬
cluding exCongressman White of ofNorth ofNorth ofNorth
North Carolina Assistant Register of the theTreasury theTreasury thetreasury
Treasury Adams and Rev Walter H HBrooks HBrooks HBrooks
Brooks The delegation asked for or an anamendment unamendment taianendmentto
anendmentto amendment to the Interstate Commercelaw Commerce Commercelaw Commercela
law la V prohibiting discrimination on passenger pas passenger passenger ¬
senger cars on account of race or color colorCivil cole coleCivil colorCivil
Civil Service S rvlce Elljlblcs ElljlblcsThe EllitbleaThe Eligibleslime
The Civil Service Commission trans transmitted transmitted transmitted ¬
mitted to the House an answer to toa a resolution reso resolution resoInti ¬
lution Inti on of Representative Gillet Mass Massasking Massasking Massasking
asking information regarding the eligible eligiblelist eligiblelist eligiblelist
list of the commission The statement statementshows statement statementshows statementshows
shows that there arc now 1584 eligibles eligibleson
on the register From July JnlYI I toot IOI to toApril toApril toApril
April IS 1902 7972 persons were ap appointed appointed oppointed ¬
pointed to office from from this register registerSargent reisterSargcDt registerSargent
Sargent Is Ccclirmed CcclirmedThe Cellrmecf111e CaaltrmedThe
The 111e Senate in executive session canfinned con confirmed confirmed
firmed the nomination of Frank P Sargent Sar Sargent Sargent ¬
gent of Illinois late grand master of oitlic ofthe oftime
the Locomotive Firemens Brotherhood Brotherhoodas
as CommissionerGeneral Comtnissiowr Gencral of Immigra Immigration Immigration ImmigraLion ¬
tion vice ice Terence V Powderly of Penn Pennsylvania Pennhania Pennsylvaaia ¬
sylvania hania
Spiritual and Business Medium Diag Diagnosing Diagnmung Dingnosing ¬
nosing diseases a specialty Test seance seanceTuesday seanceTuesday seanceTuesday
Tuesday 8 P M At home daily 516 16 E Estreet Etrcet Estreet
street near South Carolina ave S SE SEDANCINC E EDANCING EDANCINC
MISS LEONARDO Premiere Dansusse DansusseAcademics DansuaseAcademics DausueseAcademies
Academics 1213 12ttiSt 12th St NW NWWlttiodausls N W WVlmodnusls WWhtnodauals
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Uoifodorntu VcJnruns Hall Advanced Advancedpupils AdlIlJwdIH1lIUS AdrnncedPmiPigs
pupils mid others meet every 011 Fridayovening Friday FridayP FhII1YJlVllIlng
veiling P at receptions In Confederate ConfederateVotoruns CUllfldorateVotnrUlIl5 ConfedorotsVetoraus
Votoruns Hull Duuoing from from 880 Bi a > In In11UO
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UIATIGtf Miwtfrs MIt I stt hrs rs ur f Dancing DIlIIOIIl Protect IVotuelyonrsoivoa lrtltlulYlJlIlsOios Protectyuursoivus
yonrsoivoa yuursoivus from incompetents and u J learn lournto IHurtlto learnto
to waltz properly proper
Are made in imitation of the human humarthand humanband humanhand
hand to make anyone their own mas nassear masseur masseur ¬
seur with instructions from the invent inventor inventor ¬
or Prof John E Reubsam No 20 Thirst Thirdtstreet Thilastreet Thirststreet
street N E By their use many pain painful painful painful ¬
ful and serious ailments muscular de deformities deformities deformities ¬
formities of any 111 joint rheumatism gout goutweak goutwcak goutweak
weak chest and lungs obstruction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the digestive organs etc may be cured curedCall curedCall curedCall
Call on the Doctor and get his opinion opinionwhich opinionwhich opinionwhich
which is given free of charge Office Officehours Officehours Officehours
hours 8 B9 9 A M 2 26 6 P M MTHE MliTHE MTHE
liTHE THE EDNA EDNASeveral ED EDNASeveral MAl MAlSovoral
Several judges ju ges of what a good clear clearought cigar olgl1lOI1ght cigarbught
ought to bo have pronounced rho Edna Ednathe Edn Edntho Ednatho
tho host 60 o smoko In tho city John B BBuechllng Bpuocbllng Biuechlins
Buechllng Manufacturer 1650 Kramer Kramerstreet Kramerstreet Kramerbtroot
Dont go on shaking with chills when whanremedy whelDYOI1 whenyou
you can bo cured by taking the ono doss dossremody dos dosLcmody
remedy known as asWyokoffs osWyekos asVyokoffDtalarfo
Wyokoffs VyokoffDtalarfo VyokoffDtalarfoThe JIalario JIalarioTho M lul o olho
The cost Is Is very little fifty cents contacompared conlacompured centscompared
compared with tho certainty cert lnty and luxury luxuryof luxuryof luxuryof
of getting rid of this distressing troubleGet trouble troubleGet
Get it from rom your druggIst or from the theWYCKOFF theWYCKOFF
1422 Now York Ave AvoWashington AveWus AveWasbington
Eye symptoms Do you ou have head headache headache headache ¬
ache Eycache Do your eyes water waterDo waterl waterlDo waterDo
Do they the pain you Does print run together to together together ¬
gether Do things appear appeal ear double ormtxedp or ormixed 01 01mixed
mixed Do you see black back or floating floatingspots fioatinlspots floatingspots
spots If any of these symptoms are arepresent 3represent arepresent
present you need attention Dr A H HLee HLee HLee
Lee Room 218 Jenifer enifer Building will willgive willgive wiltgive
give you advice and examine your eyes eyesfree eye eyefree eyesfree
of every description done properly and andwith andwith Indwith
with dispatch by Miss Caroline G Bar Harrington Barrington Barrington ¬
rington Room 31 Bliss Building No 35 35B J JB 35B
B street N W V Telephone East 685 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED
This is the motto of Lippincott and andPumplircy andPumphrey andPumphrey
Pumphrey whose office is at 335 Pa Paave Paave Paave
ave S E The very highest Duality qualit > of ofprinting ofprinting ofprinting
printing is guaranteed at fair prices pricescirculars priceBillheads pricesBillheads
Billheads envelopes lawbrics cards cardscirculars cardscirculars
circulars etc quickly delivered Send Semipostal Sendpostal Sendpostal
postal or call Lippincott and Pum Pumnhrey Pumthre P m mnhrey
nhrey nhreyHAVE thre nhreyHAVE
One of those shortwinded ones that thatcauses thatcauses thatcauses
causes the rider so much trouble and andmany andmany andmany
many long walks If you have bring it itto itto itto
to Shores Tire Hospital Do not throw throwaway throwaway throwaway
away your old tire consult the Tire Doc Doctor Doctor Doetor ¬
tor first Tires you think absolutely absolutelyworthless absolutelyworthless absolutelyworthless
worthless can be placed in perfect condi condition condition condition ¬
tion All Tires neatly and promptly promptlyvulcanized promptlyvulcanized promptlyvulcanized
vulcanized at short notice by by experts who whothoroughly whlthoroulthlyunderstand whothorouhlyundcrstand
thoroughly thoroulthlyunderstand understand repairing We us usno use USIno useno
no antileak whatever All work guar guaranteed guarauteed guaranteed ¬
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New and secondhand tires for sale saleFRANK saleFRANK saleFRANK
Artist and teacher in figure and hlinia ttiiniatore minia miniature hlinialure ¬
lure painting on porcelain and ivory ivoryPen ivoryPen ivoryPen
Pen work of the highest artistic order orderTinting orderTinting orderTinting
Tinting and engraving gold New meth method method method ¬
od of raised gold figures which i irich is isrich is isrich
rich high and lasting Samples of art artwork artwork 1ftwork
work are on exhibition at studio which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the public is cordially invited to visit visitTerms visitTerms visitTerns
Terms for 12 lessons of 2J4 2 hours each eachon Iachon eachon
on china 1300 on ivory 1400 Pri Private Private Privote ¬
vate lessons 100 an hour Per day da from
9 A M to 4 P R M J Joo oo Miniature oil oilespecially oilespecially oilespecially
especially for flesh painting on porcelain porcelainand porcelaintmd porcelainand
and china li oz bottle 350 per dozen dozen3oo
300 Orders filled promptly on short shortnotice shortnotice shortnotice
notice One more china kiln for sale
2500 Studio 123 D street N W WDR WOR WOR
Is offering exceptionally low terms for
80 days and guarantees nil operations operationsfor olorationsfor oporntlonsfor
for eight yearn Cl1rll Whlto Wldtofillings60omind fillings GOo and and70o
70o Gold filling 100 up UI Sot of oftooth oftoelh oftoeth
tooth host fit guaranteed 500 00 Pain Painless Pulu108s Palnlass ¬
less extraction 6Oo 0o Crown and bridge bridgework briijgoirork bricjgtJ1I0rk
work at reduced rollucollllrlcJs prices Open evenings eveningsALFRED ovenlngsALFRED evenlmigsALFRED
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rondluJsdol1y lest scnneo on W Wedne Wedneday cill1 s sday
day evenings at 8 oclock and pn Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon Fridayuftornon
afternoon at 2 oclock at 131 1810 0 street streetN fJlreoN streetN

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