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pwW w I in ii ml y ;v j, ' -, SENATORS WILL HEAR MANY PLEAS memorial r.M' Hilo Visit' to Be Made Next Week; ' " ? i in; . ; ';! ' j To the Honorable Committee of the United States Senate, Honorable John H. MtchelL Chairman: Gentlemen: The. Drent voJPiorable condition of the affairsior the Terr rltory of Hawaii. In Its relation to the general ... ,. .. ISOLATION Tl o Hawaiian Inlands net' fi dlntnnt from thf timliilnml lii' Mel Die moat ; uioiarr inrK insuinr uiMiy in hip wona Unit there l necessarily n of govcrnmniititlr mcjnl nml business limtltuUimF..!uulJ jiittcmlnnt expense out of nil proportion to tlio character nml number of Inhabitants an compared with continental United State, i EXPOSURE. Situated directly In the highway of the I'nclflo, with frequent, often almost dully, steamship roinmunlcatlon with Oriental and Australian port, en route to ami from the I'nclllc coatt, Honolulu and Hawaii art extremely exposed to thu violent upldeinlc diseases kuoIi as create public upprehenslon and terror. This occasions public expenditure comparison with the numbers nnd wealth ofi .thin, community. This expenditure is ceaseless, as by vlgllnnce only Is the safety of health secured. Hawaii, nt Its present 'sole expense, stands as n .guard and,MUurautlno between the Orient nnd ynlted States ports. EXPENSE OF LEPER While the number of thebo unfortunate bellies,' the lepers. Is gradually de- All of this week and two fu days of. .creasing, yet nt the present they and next week will the Sena- cnnuren nnu nuenuanis pumic tors .f the UnllerfSlateTeontlnW, their I" ' costrng"' investigations iierdauid.then, .leaving on ; . rltoriulMroverniucut to maintain, J13S.2C0 weu,nesotty,,,iiiey ,yiu unitceu to jjiiu .annually. AJ'UhU'"' "l1 To comtfreltend I This was decided upon & evening K,u' Sffl?." In., fimlr. Bimnnrt nnd patriotism tills Sir: The of the Son- Terrtory, must rely for sound economio ate Commission.'" on" Vnclltc Inlands and conditions: Their better Judgment -will Porto Illco, comihlMslonidl. to ultimately prevail; una u campaign m gate the of the education and .more, elevated politics be ands of Hawaii, aud the administration, inaugurated. It is doubtful If a affairs thereof, i's now In session at fill community 'can- be secured' by city' andi before pr. general Investigations ive nrooer that you as Governor Uatlominithls crimination in mw?t,?. .... Mi' iv thi'ithe iBuslness has, beeii ', Vnmvoraoiy ut; "deemed It Territory should ..have' the privilege of nreEen'tlng.1 aiy! i'tateitient SroU'ii might iioNoi.ru, 11 ". JLlLiCLL WIP'liK Nt. '2415. r itliLl ''wiiUMraii .a- lamaa innu -v uiz'onH who. by sound, unselfish rheas- nnlnioniof the rolatlons be'tweeri 'Great r Of the' United Staltes In wealth and Kaneakua, sixteen. deem matte to ine committee! urcs ana pipuc jeuucaiipn bearing upon the general question of force, tan co'ntrql local local expense government ot he United States MriHir. and camps den. it Incumbent upon represen attve t", nattTf local the v lnmi business organizations to coll (Mui PH ol lIle your attention to' matters of public xjt s i- i&tMaaaaxaumiantsotvvtiXA' lEUQERAIi Vl- MENTS. Tim nmlected lniDrovements at and fortifications, importuncc. aic.u Continued oat scheme 01 pucuo on Pace S.) L Yon rill know that I am not a talker. after this hatiic y'iie tJisirici reiircu 10 mi appearance was greuieu wun nnd the 'names dt 1). P. It. uro.se. lje sala: "Our delegate hits Isenberg and A. G. 'M. Iiobcrtson were on U! Pur' motto', 'It is 'Work'. ' I s aSTRAlMEO when tho the en tiro lomlnatlon tlm dlntrlrt who, C Achl, O. II. ml L, L. Mc- n resulted In a on both sides. decided was entitled lxtli precinct, not caucus at ed to call the null then" was uch action. net and Chair ln decision as i rose and mndiH shabby treat-; cli ii good 1 to- i was no more, j Hurgess and. unwise. J. A. nltted but that nice that or. " mk Nicaragua Maybe Attacked, by , Colombia. , PANAMA. Aug. 30. ItcferrlnR (o. (ho o work. Chair- nnoyncement from Washington that purely a mat- uoioinuia nau protcsieu ngniiisi nw lic would have tlon of Nicaragua in assisting me ,w iiilth wns en-' lomblnli revolutionists, it is assericu ' In'Oovernment circles hero that on pointed were? August 2tr tliu revolutionist K-i.,,- dllla while at Corlnlo, Nicaragua, was kuiiii invivv, .i. 'ni .. ... ... i i ,. . Kumalae and Samuel Johnson; Fifth vwuea Djvwicaraguun oiiicmw uu in T iiiM jii". what a charKo this 4 M M ' H H nPlMrlqU iPlj"la"d "l erf. w.er; b ,K imposes on this, William Henry. , , wurAhlpV ,-., let your committee When Chairman 'W' the Territorial lyOu. ThlMsth' tlrhe'for nd p The- chnlrriinn that "It'ls further i after the first day's hearings had given realize this cliargd Is equal' t6 the committee railed -thy a line upon what will be brought before pie of the continental Unltea 'States. Republican convention to order there the body.! "While ,tfiere: wasiVttle work'inalntalnlng,.507.000 parsons.in complete WUB a WWmbers of done which .appears,,. the members of Idleness, nton, annual cost of JiO,J)?.i... bolh Dstrlct comnilttees. As soon as the commission' heard some statement Such a burden 1(jyould,Bcem to the people . meetIn lln(i auieted down the and visited the Quarantine Island, had of the Ujjd'fetatc. .as .to, pnbVoti. toM for nomination- for a long turn Willi mu uuvernur uim uc .uui nc. , , .... U, ,- -chairman,,. ,ui. i v Cooke 1 "Hawaii Is obliged to permanent rtvorlc for todav. In addition. The first hour (his morning will be malntaln"nll 'other enlightened nominate benator cjrabiie. 'lliere was given oven to u try Governor tlons, pr'fsd'n,'''reform', charity; hospital, no other nomination hnfi XIr. Cdokerput Dole, and nfter"that.Iand Commission- and educational establishments. the motion which wns carried er Boyd will have dine". A. S. Humph-I This unusual condition nnd liiroilsly. Wllllafti Savldgc wtis" then reys will argue the claim of the former' 'rial burden should makea profound, and chosen secretary and the coTiunlttee cm Queen for the crown lands at 11 o'clock, 'lasting' Impression ou your minds and rueM prescribed slmpiy ,an order of and the commhjslon jvlll devvote uny recommendations, , business. , Judge l.uthvr Wilcox wns portion of tjie day remaining to the AJ-n SOCIAL CONDITIONS, chosen interpreter pn nomination' of V. cusslon of varldUs matters that have , l . l u Isenbem been suggesteuV vmong ;theso Is tho In Hawaii Ocpldental and Oriental ' memorial of the Bulidcrs'Und Traders', civilization, meet In a contest paralleled 'The rolli call Jiad not ptoceed.ed ei v.vVinno . . .. .. . in no n'llmr rnuhtrv on the globe. , fnr'wJien the nameiof I)..C, Snilth was SenatorfMltchell said 'last evening; ' When the time comes thnt the Orlen- called. i. Hoogs rose and said. "Our examlnntlonsihere arc open to tho tat aliens as a body Insist on a that he .held a written proxy fripn Dr. press and public. There will be no star spqri'dlng' standard of living and family a. w. Burgess who had been regularly chamber sesslonsT "Oh the contrary: status to that of the white man, tho cj,OScn uytlic precinct club, but whoso everything will be open and nbovt? danger of the overthrow- of Caucasian u00 ,md been ,iecared, vacant, and, bonrd. Any citizen, wishing to learn civilization will cease. To .attempt to Mr Sinlth.elucted He therefore we are doing will be 'welcome at regulate by law these differences, is rooins." ' . 1 woll nigh Impossible. It Is In the, pow- e" a ai'cleUan our and O. B McC ella a..j, .,., .lle Fourih Committees ,oX, .thp. Cha.mber of Com-' or of the national legislature, par- merce, the Planters- Association and ticularly. In the power, .of the national District ! had "eclured .the the will wait Executive Department,, the Army and Stat. vacant and made theelectlon upon the commission at once and Navy, to throw their government rtarlyt He. therefore moved that hp er their services' for the' collection of ronnge In support of thd clvlllzatiort .proxy :of Burgess be not received. Information If needed and for any other they embrace and expect to have pre- Hoogs cxplainedt that the proxy .camp nurnose for -which they. may-be needed served for them arid their successors. , by and Brooks said, that by-the commission , I LABOR SITUATION.' ' '"' I pwingr. toi the fact, that ,the .vacancy luuH ii was pusi ien yviuuK wucu hj . . . , t, province .of this con- :beenv4eclare iy,-0 coromiuee anajne, .nn.nmlBslnrt pni Anvin th work. There l B '.'.. '!"!. i I .Atlr.. a. . j.1 j t ti...i..llHrMlii were any be inaae"iri. rnpt RvpVfll appear beforeJhniJaterandas, well keen'atteritlon to the "llea ., soeinber. butvon pfeaent heard the sTifehienitrXarrd foundT t&t thecaSi sloner Boyd. .$??. 'Hf 'i' wi "Jao'f Tv "date for delegate had', slipped Jntp the le of lUng, Intoi M sea Wmwfc The work Of the, body, will be done 'fhd' unobserved had taken a seat labor. the competition oij largely in the rooms of the Naval Sta- through nnno.unclng tlon formerly devoted to the uses or ;'"""' j.vover most emphatically his presence he named .as a engineer, on the mauka side of the ,, "ote8t,vaKainat any action of the Unit- tee to escort him to the jilatform D. building. These contain desks and J Kt'&tes government, through its local p. Jt.. Isenberg and, Judge Kaulukou. chairs und the one opening upon tne l)1(1 ()ijiciai representatlvbs, in employ- The Prince was greeted with applause lanal will be used'ns the main meet- ijfK 'directly or indirectly, through con- auii cicefS on his coming to ,t)ie front, ing room of the commission, in fact; tracts,, contractors, or otherwise, alien a,i these were redpubled when he arosp, however, thtfrc will bo devoted to the abor.' , to speak. Ho said .that the, delpgates uses ot tne commission me .prjucijiui o mr n u" "-""""" " had gathered for work and contlnueu: portion ot the upper story pi ,in,e acui;n uy ui'"cu, ovttl;r , , r,ti politic, the body structure, for there will be waiting tractors undermines call- urtfl must react, om the general welfare, rooms made of the .anals and the sbctal wid upl " ers will have plenty of apace, to move j fl u cpntract3 about while watching for their turn ut '08 requiring nominal skilled the' witness chair.. possible, or- by The session of the coinmlsslpn yes- j3Xecutlve instruction, be confined to terday was devoted In large part to go- int)(,r other than alien, and on a scale ing over the-ground preparatory, to 0r compensation permitting American framing a general scheme of hearings, clvlllzcd'standards of living. The. commission first w.ent .into exe'O POLITICS fABi UBLATEP "Q a'hd heard. a.:fettfipent considered what should be the plan ofi T))e pecU)ar political and specially holding the hearlngs.fln the future. It iegaZtJl economic condfflpns existing was agreed that' there should be for niariy years In thp .Hawaiian Islands until tnerpjhad bijqnra number produced a bias, and expectation of con-of subjects rfpenetf for' their discussion tlnued special privileges that many, and they at once drafted, a letter to even of our most intelligent nnd inter- mMKmmVvm itiiil' if ire" tu.ni. ,'f '. i .KbiaB k ..iv' L jij.'v nrjvtjv hi mm h m.a'M m -v v. h , '.bia a m t.rirsH, tjtntmibmuummm t I 'iV "vir.' '-7?a 1. """VIHHMeH !!;.. -I 1JUL iLJt " Thfl H mmMj&.&$&M deRrecflB Third KtM&tmmmamlk. t hnQpn hv jm mZmtW -T i 'W; ??A&x2Br&tzi i aim vt.tvx i "iBnMK, ri . giiinThiSrife i unw'i iiv iittf mm " 'YWKmmatmM x iaMmmamjm s&mtwmmmmMm , r iKnucr;,HHeHfeOHguwanHnHHBH ihkou..i"":" e i'WMJ " ""iS1""" f i..r.. avuij lil .Inn tlimn riindltluLus to bO "' iiui"i Col. "Parker, who was in the robm, ....,., ,.. .,,, ,...., 'uViuld tnko i( Ctinclitt. ilsltcd tho: celebrations aboard ,tho assorted that tho .ntt WoKhlngton Bcnor was called td' theSfiiontl adr.a .. tiv9iolblhnW'Tn'6 voteif there, Senor. Corea, to demanded. He said: "Your candidate ..,i....1.i ..!, ,,,.,.,m,i. ,,,i. ii.., nminiJ tWW UP tho l'adlilu, vi . ...i. ... i... ..i .... .i. i,..'.XiA' "'". J -""-, ,.x., ,,..,.,.,, Nlcnrnguan Minister cause tlie, quzen ue?KnicH. vouhk i"" t' eu us ami now it is our uuiy i rci ernment 'rtroups, accordlnjB on fl.icl the'resuH was' Isenberg, twenty- out arid w'ork In unison'.'" 'This Brum3recelved,at the,iStte. hlcb ho refused l.n An afni.1.1, tlinf lur u k" t"" ""- j"". ine nroceciicu. There was little excuc -" . . M--, ... He'lsOiele for Iw6rk. .'ISaiarn IJ ttim JJ ,rnK 'ils",pi'Mress itml It was not" till' situation Is graven for while ,Co-not Jiesetp,lDokQivlUt,U8Ve. that J'l'U,,.....!! .u.i Bini.uiiiueiiw.iitAVjiiiiiiadelis' li'lllbla Us iconceutratlng largirfliy do your work properly. 1 shall have Gi . i KitlB that there was any otl the' Atlantic coast it is said, .that to report to the' National Committee as (ielncinstr'atlfiii. The' vote' as 'd'ecliifiiil' Nlt'Arartua' has senLiarnote to.ithoipthcr to' tlUsfcamiinlgn, and I am prepared wAS"iHei,Uerg,'8l:,4iL,CandleHF,.G2; AclJI, Central Arnorlcan 'governments asking to state to you that Prince Cupid Will r,7;' junu. 4S.''and Iluddy, 13. , themilfor ntulatnnco In tho -event of be elected. There will be 'no landslide '. , ',., ..' T a.-o.-v nn lmtmir Citlombia lcdarlng war on NK'arngua. as" saying, bftt all mukt Work f j .,;"(. 1.1,1,, moved that the nom- THfr Colombian Govornmejit, jOi tho with, a will.-' 'luataiiiH ot Isehborg. Achl and other "hamli Is .endeavoring to maintain Th'la bfought tiie order up to less be 'nilide unanimous. ' Th'eVe''wtre the most cordial rclntlons with tlbns"and 'the Hrjit precinct of the cheery on all sides find the? restitution ur' Central American republics., Kourtll District wns called. ' J. 1. Cooke passed 'with the utmokl ciifliuMlnsni. ADVANCK QUAltD ltKI'ULSBD Inuiicjdlalely moved d recess of ten mill- Iinlnodlatcly tln'ro ' w'erfc cries of1 WASHING-TON, Aug. 3d. At Cua, a utes for cnucus. , r "speech" and I). P. It. Ici'nberg,' wluise t0WI. iwenty miles Wonl CaVncas tind cneers, .... ii. i,iiriilid which runs to Santa k1v" Cruz, In the Orinoco country, thq ad-ask Vanonl eunrtl of .General Matos' army ;out,ed, out ns nominees, from a half every one' to wttrk. Ton have njj m repulsed .by Venezuelans .to seven: iiouerison, rncn; ment .was ccnuca uy uoin .Mcuanuiess (,. MlnistorJdowenlRtiiiCaxacaJi.i, wns n uliniit or amiravnl and the int'the and after - gane 111,IV iV tlUlii.i n.i , U'kM", --T '--,, .: I 1 . ,- " lYCNVtUVIBII JH o. I Wi . tJPI No fin'll AMll. - I ill I , .lnnIU nff .Ua .HB.a.mMllllVA.luAI1. lnntlon was dt' once made Unanimous! On'indUojt of It wriH fleclared i,Miniter.TBowenioy8'tht welomai jMeanwhlle, Ihc. Fifth DIstrlfi. hod thesense ot the convention inar'ino Government aBsruledthe.lackA'' Jiilnutcs Ip talking. . bill, should be fleeted" M once: alio CaH,ro; lnoBeotlvfcf iahUi;.lthi,tmvt' Ooodala w.aj eiecjtea iy the, conyennim men whlohfihaiaoa',8en ,ntWPfttHia tee to present to the 'coneon, the' FIFTH DiSTRICT ' to .which iyll four qand.ld.atesjr'om, that ( r i( .TVES. ( ,' . ' larf Government VvHtiPftprJ(nrfiPJ" (Jterlct.fcbjj.HudyjaTare e,nd Mc jkMtmom M tha -Joint session ance.l U k Itf k . - n Hii,n a CtlteJHi(. , ,,, w -,,) ,. c3 t, P,(..j, ,, jpurned.Ohalrirtari, Aoh.illBLtne con- oiFJQH3!INaiN,iH:Ay.TT, t "fM) e,: WP 4 vW frmf M, .ventlw,U.ovileii an4(tie,inJriute."et'the aWASHINCW'ON. nAugpaiWfJHaiiUnr. orWC..JKfrf''9.r2Jr6!n.ctjla andjnpjpnjyeo.' ;rifisl)eeH ferrtivlra In4iytl.iiiWmier Sitrt.JJheobn, fi ndt .tng ituatlon'Bf'trlticak'lal'iiot ganjby saying Ui0,t7t was pJeasTng oTld break up nto paugusos nqcprdlng to evident In the telegramrecelv'edlunder. grntiWng, him to be able t no- the for- npmlndtfons ior aMc of yesterday at the.State u candidate, for senator for the representatives, so that ,thert be a nieht frotrt Minister Powell at tiqket. In presenting the eManco to settle any differences. The PHince". He onys 'there roportsj In name of p. P. It. Isenberg be was n)U WUH paIlp(1 ,Irt und, Uicu the mo- the capltul of heavy lighting, which .being to the convention , a. man who wpuld tn uafl pasaca. Kft,j the 'day before (Thursday) .near be n tower oC strength to the party. After a series of caucuses the ,con- ctt'M Hnytlcn. General Nond.iho says, He was 0, man who had a great V(lltlim reassembled and at once do- leads tho provisional 'government army, Ing ampng the Home Rulers, and would mrinlncd Uppn tnelr candidates. while the revolutionists are under well draw heavily from among the Tll )lnJt nn(, Kt.L.0I)j ireclnpts had mhnd of Gencrnf Jumeuu. Tho villages ranks ot the Democrats. He had the ()nly oug no,jueu UI,j Nulnoa was de- of Limbo and Marinclndo aro reported confidence alike of .the capitalists and c)llml oy the convention unanimously ti hUv'ebeen totallydcstroyed. tne woi King men. uim, no neiiuioeimiui t.j,H,m, , , , Th UhltM States 'cruiser Cincinnati, Whan it comcH to working I am reudycould be found on behalf .of the work, and can hard, umlp'le pf the Territory, cnii.do as much, ns any of you here. (iI , livery precinct: of tyic District sent a hiive. .nothing of lmportau?.e to say toman to the frmif, to second, the nom- IRE OF A LONDON JOURNAL The: Saturday Review Speaks Solemnly of a . .Coming War Between England and United States Over Matters of Trade. couiiiiinKiuii m uiiy u.iu u..., Venczdclan DOrts.iccirea ,by,J?reftdf .vy. V. Goodnle announced thit tho borilmanded by McLean, Is nowjat Cnpo candidate from the .third, fourth und Hnytlcn, where it relieved the Machlas. fifth precincts was, Bpn Nnukuna and American- Interests', ot which there ,ure iu ptlier capdldate, appearing ,he, was on' the. Island; .are well pro-declared the candliliito., ,,. '. tected. -The' Cincinnati will, liowover, Nawunkoa announced tliat, J. M. reulalu 'In Hiiytlan luntll entire I Kxerii was the only ruridldnte from the riuiet1 is restored.. 1 m . . -. . . . -.. i .. : 'hixtii jirccinct una, ne was , noimnn,ieu by acclamation. ,Jiiflgu Wilcox irose from the seventh piqclnct and said it gave li lit) greut )l,ciHiiio to iinuouuce, that tlijft precnct was unanliiioiisly in favor ot the. nom ination of Henry, v.,, Vldu.. There. were rtOME, Aug'f 'SO.The TOimrts relative clieerd as thu convention tdi;clured him to the creation of another.- American Mw noinlnue. . , cardinal iiiro tunfounlel,ilon? at rleast When the eighth, and tenth precincts premature. years ,eitorjj,,iifivo nml TMril - - ' . . .' ,. ...Iltl ,.a- aKnr.il V. n n n m . .... I . V. Ii ii il f ii i h. ii n ii ii I ii n t nu . . , nrllntn lillll tllJ'TInltrdlStatea I liumuvm niii'mwii'nt'uiru. iiiui ui " urc jiiim. imii I'm. (,.uiuiw.r, ine ;-;,. i, :. , , ... , rival we . LONDON; Aug? 30.- coming .election this ran win- uiiuiiu uisi:iisBiiik,i 'f;f,'Hc"V. "''-- 8ln. wll nle nnd government of the. Islands. I t))esItuatlo.n.' AVe submit' If 'the Issue jionncementi pn. ''Monroeism,'.' .the irjhlted Ve 'shall' be glad to h.ei'v J tmyLSmlnnM Djrioven tr.Amer,can it fonvenlqnt. and flBippable to. you -- -""? " " mflHt tilfviW WeJ tio President's Speech ulther in wrltln Btt -- POPE ANNOYED AT TALK OF PRESS wcro called It was. reported .that, ,J. M. been mode to secure another, American K,uneakua had" eight, voles Wiuilgc for the, Sacred College. J,ugtwas found that tliu Amwlc)iii epteconaey wJas not Knuhifcou hail .one. .The clialr, gave "u,C," UwM,,ltJ'eWC'rr LT J'if.nm cni'tantf o Itdnie fo'advocate dldatiis, William Crawford.and.WlliJam ,,,m r ;i,i,i,, trin,i hn.i ku mm Kwal Fong, The conyejillon Archblshbp'CdrrlWati bdth bO promoted. ' ,. cpiyled ., vote, Carles II, Clarjc and to avoid their rivalry, but Now York's i , James. tyivU upting as tlji; tellers. The Heogrnphlcal posltlou was regarded at ''A.'hato rivalry, it, la tho, settled objpqt, qt, (h.e. United ycjtp r'jH,uJted Us follows': J. M.. Kane- thl vntloan us being too. near Baltimore.- jr u. uj permit oi ivrcnmsnup uruKiuin ii- rown Qit us it polntmunt.i . ;tn T.lie seoond w.un. tne passing ayijiy ,ot or.pKun, Uie,'sltiia.tIon was .much ultered.'and it la , twetity one,, on'8W 'j,. 'a8ractory solution jimi; -night bring have, possibly excepting Itus- L., Shaw, J. W. .KalaklelttcJolm Aplp ,.. lri'th'tf affali' At tho oho position In relation' to the and A. AW Seaburyv The convention n lt lg Baj,j tlat newspapor talk will States territorially ,1s mot nearly proceeded as follows,: Shaw, thirteen; rtniv iiinv Archblshon Ireland's Saturday so -critical. i .. i, eight",- iVjilo, two; Seabury, chances, as the Tope la.nlways; irritated as a ' "Uiidbr those circutnsthnces lt twelve; two votes rejected.. .There, woh mi unythlng being Imposed .upon mm g or .otherwise at. pur 'Vh""" ",, , mWF nforf. V T l.J.'.' ' :.. .. iL.:',... ?v clear thut'the riower we netd bri most a motion, at once to Roniluo, the yotlng uyntlie press. ...... it . tbmorrow, Septem- vimu eKl "Q w,uc" wm""'".)"!- ' t.v the. two highest the next .Monslgnor ou Ul, tne apostoi c rooms on Tuesday, , ,y'"7,"'tro,'0f'a affairs concerned abom rls' AmerI6a. Acute .mwiBpn -,' .J" SX "?. "American Gd;und Itono- Smffertlal '''''''t ":' -suit w,s..Hhaw. gate to tb We .a,re with,, great reject, ; .. . , J.QN'.Ir. ?IIT.GHELL. !,j,n.'BtmTQN; A. .G. FOSTEH. UUJIONIQ PLAGUB. crlH" and Jhe danger r results in an ultimate trial by oea.ju.jr. ,w.vm pi.uw w, "Y$ , riituVaafcliblshropW 'vacant, rne'fa'cts iiave been fully laid before nrltUh einpire.frwn the United .Sjtei' fW It if, the onlyal settlement, 'declare. 1 tho nom ne,,,nd the , h0 aiUE Will tonight Congress In Senate. Heport o,. 333. Mure It W thai 'ta so the policy of either cheers. offlclij,y annburice both 'the -appoint' Congress, first session. - ., . i 1 "'.'. ionr'6e "doctrine: ,ry nius.e lo.u.voJ" ""ng unyining I'uuiun Mivcunu. ment to Mutilla ana'tnooonurcnuiion ut Several memorials. were, received, ,rMiBf nntltloned. .The JusUce .and iTOWw,!t" ....7. r One letter from Bishop & Cqtnpany 'necessity of much relief, should. . bfc' ap. calls, attention to .the fact,.thai, the 1 - .. . , ' ver currency of Haftll,phas yet,., puulIC i FEDERAL ' MENTS. lnent, Tq ja, .j,ey have been of minor Im- ' anTrar?xehangc7uffigTo wmen can iuui (.-.mi.- me umui a jiucr rpi.i. iienubllcnn committee or tne ui ;i'icumuj. mi t . .. Mn. I .nrt i Avn&nMiinnl . .. i. . . . .. rrt 1 s-. & t . t .. - i.t.l I hIahi cafItrl n r n n - tin is uuiwvuuaiL, ,,, .kw"'. or give t pomisi in tne un p.niith District will meet this evening ' uKr u";u., . mu....b .. Slates cannot be that prlriolpleJ tlie United States. Mias '.fiA purpose of nominating 'oniclali letter thlBi m.0.r'll"t;i?Bnh .lleil fth th?. straightforward steadily acted In onno.jnB. us diploma- f,,, for'tholoer' ifous of JJ" vce'.an'd haTSpUrtcU wlthtiut attempt- qteAXnit.a P&ftit. SL,U i i1 E..?i wkSliS TJk. t.Micy.'of ,tlcallyi never' laturo. Th0 meeting VilI be in the ing to' explain it as a disinterested and "We: on the 6ther hanu," have usually Cafl6 v coofte'liall. ' "i "i " ' audlenceT hlirhlv moral, position at. was on tnus gone out 01 our -way-10 neip ine unueu : : . . ,.n..hn 11 Ml snnil' fnnuhnm' Inth' ac.- thnt there Is neither evidence nor like- eral subjects, all anecting tne present y to facilities ror operations neiwmii ,ass that the war with Hiialn was un-) Htatcit, in ipo.,inauer pt tne isinmian ' ' 1 i..''-. thanked , tie PoiitlTt for the honor'con mediately., granted. Monslg6r Gt ferred ori Him' arid1 tlie Pope'1 saWtl condition of the Territory and setting the Continental United btates(anu tne dertnkelIi resulting .n Philippines. unaj,we lost, ground, nnd America that forth the arilm (bjects which If arfdjthe Orient, p.- b being annexed and Cuba being put un- Ktiln'ed. ,The only balancing, advantage WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. The Malno 'frtnfi the appaWnt that posed the proper form would, 'in J I ligiITIIOUSES. t r. Iae'r the'heel. Soiith Anierlci's natural w'ouid be' such"' conseiiueht and ' active Iri 'her ttlnl over 'the' Cape Anrt course Jthe 'negotiations regarding 'the (friars' the opinion of the writers, tend to re- .,. inmlenuate and still a local resources ard endrmou. but the Indi- friendship on-the part lf Am'erlaa that Inst Saturday fallM) to mako X8 knots lands wduld' be'feoTitlnued; at Manila he adjust the affairs of .the c,oun,try. .The clmrBe vlduuli states cannot act together. It we might count on her ns meeting us per- hour as specified In, the. contract thought thatiMonslgnor Gulflliiwas tne N reads as follows: ' ' HAnBOIlS. Is nlaln that they will not long resist 1 half-way by abstaining, frpm Injuring between the government, and William 1 most competgnvandimost ttUed to car- Are st, nUlntamed and improved at ..Amern extensjon sanl and w such friendsldP ,, .Saturday Crainp . a.r.uimuoss. . on OtHVi tyi ,..-.-.... ..... . . . .. w .. rn.pn t. f7r,n Thov an V til Irnin n WAN " STL h'a H.n.is Ii llKnn.!. There is no oudstlon of liking UH l'uur fu" i . . ,. - MJ "' '?"?'- 1 "fu?,r'' .: r. :."-:e. ;. it-i. k. -A-.-.ar... i ; ,. ',! i h Pear w"' luirtu";.,re ""..";-?.;" iiL.i v. : :ru., '.. n.,i,...n,.i.T.m.riR,..nmit.4. were my sor,., ., forfeit, $3500. ?"hey sayhe tr.oubje ,was , plijos wasalsn recelyeil ,by cayqinat on tne lirmsn empire, u wmen miuu -.. -- . , , , . After ma consecra , C1.......10U. iiovlaw i9vi. I liinntnlv unt the better' of the othtr im med iU.''m k rr ",ir will tu lnktHirn l' aa.uiMuj ...,. jm, , -,.-- -, ove'you ua though' you u tni '-I '-1 1 A I H Ii m1 tn nrocood to his - , . - l- . t .- ,-- - rwvix jui.. uk. .u, i.uhci.i; - A"'" . -.. -- .- ,-.- i.Ti.o. ir.iitn.! Rt..tf.u in thn nnl v. urpnt hIiIp. The cbntrn,.inc factors' .make it ..., n'niinniHivWMHmitini.A rirrnn. kirtrftlinuiedldtoIy.'Wri'lvIng there, about miwer senarutedafrom the impossible to the' crPSS by thfr Fifth CongrcBslbnal Is- November 7. HepwiH take With, hlra an 1 pireibyJinbtMnpbut a. land'f rentier and tvro cpunlr.les Jr;any p)her. wxy," ,, trlct delegates"thls"afterntienr - r,Bngltth:ipreiateyaa:Jiiaieereiarjr. . .... , ...in ... 1- w . . r ,. ,.. .. 1. tKsaumvmsvsBn a (li. t, j , UUI Ut j 1 ja U(. ,t xff iWiSJ;