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THE AftGUB, FRIDAY, MAfeCH 25.1898.
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Tk nnlckMl a.n.1 BBBBBBBl y l to take Or. Bella Mne-Tar-Hnaajr. A niulml rnetgh mi. aty, ahoiiT nnlikcurothcTa better; Mm a ' ' lin oi- luunnix niriii- 7 rerane. heala ttie lunga an1 p ir M lory organ and laTlforatca Us whole iTBtatn. OR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey enntalnt the mnrentmbd heaalln: virtue of oW and " tried Inalaere I r i i 'I hjr a iiew rknuDr prurxaa. 'lac. We. mm fl. ai an araari". - arae ay. I I.I ' tk - ky rt r. r. - - -Mi LEOAL. Executor's Notice F-Ua'enf ( ill-rs- Mnrvtr. Cirra- 4 Ik in.) i n , t,, -n apr-n, id tn on tf ta laM will t1 taaiafi. , f - o.. .1 "'f-'-J"!? ,h "1 at k k lalaad. nm f niiaata. dm ii. hrrrrrr rives nnttr Urn ke "j" PW rwnty ernirt i f Hnrk la TT-'f-T' 'r 7 renti niom In lb.- c it f Kork .in.. ' ) lm on Ik. kM Mnn- "ikiiiniiif in print Lt. StfSSP 5BS " iiii b rad hHi.id f.n i BC psrv't- of httlBc iln mm adjaaatd All ptrnm iril-S. to t1 aimnairtM t am Imirt late tin m I of Mm a. r , ijp. I mi-ur Ckfikis, Ctt cator. kt'aa aa. nun- I I atrd taw t a aa Administrator's Notice af Mtr.a lll.1mlr. T aadMaU hatir.r aaroiata d m eaiau of Hula Kln c. -'f af tfc ceaat of fcwck laaBka. , acre1 gat MMkl . a WD aip Vt ilwa aatle atipaar nafar th e.-.nt ton nf niv. 1 IB nnc -r n r. .r ha la. rl. L. i a "''f lV a tka f.rat Moadat It Mar aaiv at wakk :m, all panxa hln -:4i.n CMaatMM aetata ivrtdijv. rcioajtad to jPjka tka of keakaf ikr ro ad PPaaa.aal MMM tadM lo aald tate an r CjBLi' " ad!iU pajscntto tka on- tkl lih Ja f Wartn. A. D.. lw At ui T (iaiuaa. adnlt.1r.runr. SAFE AT THE CAPITAL' Report of the Court of Inquiry h'.a tho Maine Disaster Arrives at Washington. GREAT OEOWD LX TE5 STATIC!! Till Kat Da rul.ll.linl rt;l Mnmlny Ihiy It fan- It Arriv .l Notrd for slirnlfl aal Errata Kpaaiah Torricdo rieet -valla fur Cuban Watrra. V. I.lch la Olaji r:iou abl to Onr Naval Anihoritlra-Pmldrnt Itflcrmlnril to Krep the Paaa if He Cau Thantnn'a Kt niarkaltlr I'lc-a In ilia Senate Tbr Kciitmkjr end llrarcrxe Lanaehed, WMhlPRl..-.. :.:arh 2". Llout-nant ComtnarK-'. r Marix ar.U his naval iotn ranions l;r:r.B tlie report ul the Main? court on inquiry Machai Washinstoa at :3j Inst Bigka, the train bcin? exact ly on time. Tlie cruw.l was su dense at tho station that the party left tho train outside the sh?d ar.d took carriaKes for ihe Kb:.iu HOMW, -.vh-e the officers kjknt the n'ehu Tt.ey v.ero met at the AtelnlaUAtor'a Notice of Nela Jnhra ip. iaeaaa..rf Taa taafa(aad kavtac W- appmatad ad raaatfatilt of tke ra'at of N. 1 J..hnin. I At of Ike nant of Mock l..a iat of I lino!, MM k-r-(rf mr.-mm notice iht a i artll ap pear Before the count? coart of Sock talaud itr. at the eoatitj' coart mnni la ib cKy of Rock lalaaat. at tk May trna. oa aka trat MonrlB7 la May Beit, at which Una til MMM MIMi aea at said aetata are a AiV at. recreated tnelterd. for tk pnrpoea of haetaa tk atoe aljiattd. i urvnaa tadotKad MM rrttte are raqaeev d W aaak lattaadlau i ay... i.: lo the eeder- 1-atad thla 1 lih oar of Mirt h V !.. ItW. II but M. MaTaeata, Ailo.ii.i--ratr:I. Publication Notice. dtATi or iLtrsois.1 or IaUBD OonrrT. ( la tk drcnlt cosrt. Ma term, t ft UK lackaaerry. WMilamK-rl.rre Kali; C. Ki'rlrr A 111 lavlt of r. rvrlleaccof the ibevj niKi'd EaTiv v. K irlfr. .1 feMnrit. bln li.cn flld In the clerk's MM of ih i 'rrnlt ioo-I of ra d roaaif, at r 1 1. h in'nre brrchr feen to Ilia Bio aon retdtal iicfi r.ilaut ihu the . np'eu..r t tledh-at ap'i. u la aaiil court, oi the cfcancerr una there f. on tke : i!ay of March, IM. and hat thereupon a rumatoti! ian.-e out of ild Curt, rroln ald ra I l ao p r'il i . reiomthlc mi th -n M .r .lir In Ihe montk mi av a f. aa la hy CAPTAIN MMMaj ktatlnn ljy an officinl of the navy tie. pfirtment, who informrd thnm that the M reiki J nf the navy wcultl not receive the reK.rt lost night. Spnin Alan Collrrtlna; Iter Ship. The last day before tho arrival of tha refort of the Maine court of Inquiry was i ne of un"iamriled activity In all official quarters. Advices came early that the Spanish torpedo flotilla had sailed fr"m the Canaries for Porto Kirn, and from thi3 moment the most energetic warlike measures followed one nnother in constant succession. The movement "f thiE fi-et has been watched with the keenest interest, as it was felt to involve serious possibilities. Im mediately on the receipt of the official dispatch fruiu vne f our naval attaches abroad brieRr announcing the sailing of the flest the fact waa made known to the president and an earnest t. inference was hold belWM.ll him and Bm rati 1 1 I.on" and Assistant Secre tary Ibmseveli. Wlnrh Again Would Mean War. The seriousness of the movement was fully considered and the president war. advls -d that oaval strategists tegarded It as tMeaQaJ that this torpedo fleet should not be allowed to reach western waters. What, if any. conclusion was reachc l Is not known. Later in the day the Spanish minister. Sehor Polo, called nt the state d"pnrtment and spent some time with Judge Day. It was naturally Inferred that the approach of the Spanish flotilla was one of the sub jects referred to. Following the flotilla announcement important news followed Ki'.asi or mm Miamii sow, qni'-a , . : " . : fa, ilc aald MB nMs I drfeadart Basted. ' rapiniy. -in- nrst was the announce- IffeC. KerVr. hail i a: y he and aoprar mi nt by Secretary Ivng indiiating thr? s;.mt; "v'Ti mV"! ,,la,i"R .f our "iu:iUr"n and flwt on aei..Miin . n: r,r The '! enantv. on the Or.t i hohik entaa In Ma? n' i. and Mrai. anwcr or oc a-lo the MM complaii.an' hill of rompislr.t, th- -am an I the miller ! thin ; charged an 1 U:m1 will he taken a ro f a-cil, ami a decree aatrrre) f 1-nat tju a .! ui to tie Wajrer of sai.1 Mil QtORai W. OaBBiB, Clerk. aib la-tad, Minj.a. M r:h 10. tSii ue T Tin ib i. i iai'.a .1 do'.cltivr Administrktir's Sale Notice. "e-ev A Waiker, Atkirmrt. T ATI n I, .1.1 Mill, i I Km MAM OocsTt. I J0HIT0LK400, ChiunlCteBtnetats H0I7SZ B t71XDaU Mtaf. riMriMj Waj liH fftteet bet. itk m4 Mb limi In ilc c-naty ccurt at ;h Mtrrb term, A. 0. i' nil' ;ul iill-r. tie"! II II ciaanie. adaa i stealer of ceta'e of Oeaxca Ha i a jr. -irrcaeed Krack Rdaio Mil aa,-. Ji i. r Kihi ta Wi liaear. Hal ilium-. Ilirei w WaMMa. Lali Wiuiaar. t.rsr h. klehaoel, : t.arctar. at". JSotiec u ken he ale, a that h i Ir-.ne of a de er of aaacc aad e'-red la the h,e en- M- ea.iae. o ihe 9 h car of March. A. 1 at -ha Mar''- r.n of .aid i r-u-t I. the an rtmej ailminlatrBtor of red eetale, will on 'atareay. laa tMh da of Apr I. A I). Miem tk bee ,f at t a o'clock a BkaBdhve r p. m . law I a- tea Har nf one a clock p. at el aai.i ay al tk.- ea-idaaro' the court Maine rojrt Of inquiry. Fleet mi War Footing. "Admiral Sicard has been granted leave, very much to the regret of the i.avy department, and altogether on ac ; count of his health. Captain Sampson has been mnde commander of the fleet : at Key West. Captain Kv.ms has been ordered to t.ike command of the battle. ! shin lull n Tho nril. r. In t'n.. sml.ilrnn in Hampton Hoads have not yet been Issued." Although the announcement M n"i strtte ao it soon became known mat ommotvrre . . su niey was elated to reirr.mnn 1 th- "flying squad ron." This nntinuni i-mrpt w as recog I nlscd nt aajce ns of unustnl importanrn I nt this Juncture. Admiral Sicard has !en in ii n-.n-.and of th- II et at Key Wist throughout the critical period of the Maine disaster. Captain Sampson has lie. n In command of the Iowa, but ! mnre roe en'ly h is leen conspicuous j before the BaMk as president of the Cant a in Rob a. la lac Mtyj Kork Man' in aald cnunly i .,v Kvans is letter known as Fighting tate, aii at pahoc vendue tn the hihet " K .. ea im kiUrr or bUlua a laaf. Cwiu; real aataui, lowi . I. MrVi aie OP in b!xk ruirher on. (11 hi Wtnd.ak A ar. ileal a .ilnlje. m tee town of aVaw1 MaM i the aaaaaaa of Kuck laland aad etue nf litltmla, - f,...n ,'..w r , ii I (unit Mr at ftgMa of ll.e iC !'tajle'T Tim. ini'iifi- ofral. taateil March !, A l l-da, MM U. Kicaa-rati Ae-miiletrB'nr f tk-ctt t-if K'V-o a Kanivr. MMk wIgrT A Wataca, Attnraej tnc ministry area go just as Tar as it can with .ut Ji-crv;i:.:ng its own existence and survival cf the pres nt dynasty. The report rf the Maine court cf in quiry v.Ul be rend at today's cabinet meeting. Althorgh during the last month and more the president has been at his desk "very day and far i"to th right hip cailrrs oftpn ren ark the fact that this hea vy burden of csre and work tioes nr t show in his face i r appear to refect his hull a Washington. March The attention of Assistant BetrretaUf cf state Day was called to a Eton p:inted in Hm York yesterday cfternrcn wh'i h tep- r?rented him a;-- having attended a con ference of Republican senitors Wfdrrsay right, and speaking for the r-residi-nt dcclaving that the Spanish situation ha'! g- ne beyond diplomatic adjustment tvad aclvoeatlng forcing the freedom of Cuba by armed lnlcr eaib n. Judge Pay Coca not usually take the luiile to fleny many of the stories s.-t tfent as to his beliefs and utterances. but tl.ls was Fuch a pointed statement, purp-'i ting to d'.-fin- the p. BttioTl of the e.dm n :-t' at:on. that be did m?.ke a de- UavL Hi- raid: "T iYA not say to any one end have never for a moment thought hat t.e present relations between Spain ar.d the I'nited States were be yond the hope i f diplcir.atic adjustment. I have not advecated sending Cuban re lief supplies in war versels. These sup plies will be sent in merchant vessels. r.nd I d Dot i'Piire-en-l the slightest ob jection from the Spar.is-h government. I did not say that tbiu goveinmrntshould Intervene at occa ar.d force Cuban free dom and I have never advocated such a cnursc." The secretary added that the whole StOry BTava untrue. F.rvTRAOKDlNAUY SEr.ATK SCKNF Tbnrstou After a MBSSja from the Dead Sink Into Ilia Seat TTl I plat Washington. March 25 A scne dr.i- matic in the intensity of its interest was p-.-escntid in the senate yesterday duri;r; the delivery by Thurston of a speech on the Cuban situation. Not sine th- inanTuraUon of President Mc- Kinl -y halve so many preplo been on the senate side of the Capitol as were there yesterday. The galleries ver packed with people, many of whom had arrived at the Capitol as early as !i:0 a. no, in order to obtain seats. Even the diplomatic gallery, which is rarely occupied, waa filled. Witiiin a lew min- ut"s after to.? senate convened ever senator who could be present was in his seat, anel by the time Thurs' on ha ' begun hi;; speech dozens cf members oi the house were either standing or oc cupying chairs in the area without tle semi-circle of BSaVta. His first sentt nn-, in which he siid he rpoke by command of s.knt lips a deli cate and touchlna: referestce to the loss of his wife on his memorable trip to Cubs commanded instc.3? attention. Mrs. Thurston's dying reiuest to her husband was that he si.yuld lose no time on account of her death to do Irs utmost to save and free Cuba and Its people. In accordance with this re quest, therefore. Thurston sacrificed his personal tooling and delivered his speech a speech that was his tribute to th- memory of his wife. Thespeeih was very generally regarded as a mas terly effort, and even those who could not agree w ith h:s conclusions conceded the power of his oration. As be neareil the end of the speech his voice, which had been clear ami ringing, noticeably AdmtnUtratot s Sal Notice. y .. Wdkr. Attornrje. TATK P ILL! tut. I M a ItLABP t tlTBTT. I l tke t.. iBty c.m at the Manh I ra. A. D. IfOa PVt-.taaa u eell n al atatc tu par daPta A- ML a.ix m of tha calale nf Jaw T Kaaff. deraaiid, xt Aetaa Life In- :eae. remaeif. of 'Lit n-d. Ceie.a , Koae S. Kel . fret M kellr. t'atka.r1oc M K ll a ! M a. Bail Mn'h- ! kc-etn rer that hr eln ca of a dc- erc ef aale rrade and . ib tha ake ew- tlaMr.aae. i Ih lata .ley if Marx A. I). -, at M Jarrii trna or eaid coart. I, the aiu.ciai.-i ed admo - r i't ' . n oatr, ii n aart7. ike l"h d.r of Ap-ll. A. I fm keiweB tke Ben nf la a eWik a m and ttaracenckp al , i i al thi knur of two a'eenrk p na of t .kl 4ay. at tor ea,l Coor mt ib c.aan be.aae. In the city of Rock lataatd. la Mil nmiiy and .talc. l at pohlic e. rda w tbr kaatx-t a-d he-t lutder or htd--. the fi aria ae a' a'e. aware vt-r to i d.twrr aaa bnanrtrd r-fka. , r .aid A(na Mel y. aa ihe wtlww at Jaa.ca W. Kelly tktreta. a-wit: Taa ana ew ki!' r th- at'eeal ., irtr aad kaaajk aweaaarnf tka a -1 hoc-1 qu.r r, a1! la MCtkat t aaar (wret.a'x Ssiatowr. atlll( ' i.f'e-w'ie .n-fc of MaM n m r fi.r i Ii . r 'h t - r M ia Ih roaaty if a taaad la he alal of li ieo!. "Cerwa of aa'e a v Hated March in. a. D o e I.U71T. Awiai. tiat lt of tt it.tecf Jaatr f. kcMr. td. BT A Mauta. Atioraera tor Rob.' PRr.SIIIr7fT IIOPFJ. FOR FEACE. Bat Helleeea the Sp intards Rlew t'p Uke Maine-Ilia I'rnerramme. Washington. March ir. The presl dnt ld t- several if his visitors yeae. trrday. in discussing the situation, that he would do "-eryt hing consistent with the honor and dignity of the country l.i avert war. and he still believed war could be nv-rtoel. He also said that he bsRarci the government of Spain was anxious for peace as we were, but at the rame time be did not hesitate to ad mlt the gravity of the situation. The president frankly acknowledges that he N-beves the report af the h-.ard of in quiry win nnet mat tne aialne was blown up from the outside. His pro gramme hns been definitely decided. It Is the purpose to treat the blowing of the Maine as an Incident. Th report of the board will lw sent to congress m M--nd.iv with a brief message relating the events leading Up to that point and informing congress that the facts con tained In the report have lie-en cabled to Madrid to be laid before the Spanish gvrnment by Minister Woodford. No demand will he made upon Spain but the laying of the facts before the Spanish government will b equivalent to calling upon Spain for an explanation nd such action as :he may deem prop er. Such Information as exists here 1- acs those close to th president to be lieve that the Spanish government will go to any length it dares to preserve peace. The queen regent is especially tixioue to avert war. tnd It Is believed TWO BATTLESHIPS LAfNCHED. Keanarge and Kentucky Water I aetl to Christen the Latter Ship. Newport News', Va.. March 2o. Fully 10,000 persons yesterday witnessed the munching of the mammoth United States battleships Kentucky and Kear snrge, the latest additions to Cncle Sam's navy, and probably the most powerful fighting machines afloat. The Kear sarge was the first to receive her bap tism. When the army of workers knocked the last shores from the cradle of the vessel Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard Winslow, wife of Lieutenant Winslow, U. S. N.. grasped the cut-glass bottle of champagne, wrapped In miniature American Hags, and, crashing it upon tfc bow of the big battleship said: "In the name of the United States I now christen thee Kearsarge." The vessel 6ped gracefully down the greased ways, and was one of the prettiest launchings ever witr.csseMi at the yards of the New port News Shipbuilding company. At 11T.3. an hour and a half later, the Kentucky left the ways, with ceremo nies the counterpart of those already witnessed. The duty of s-ponsor was performed by Miss Christine Bradley, daughter of Governor Bradley. MUs Bradley v, as r.n attractive figure on the boat's bov?, with the emblem of purity In her uplifted hand. The christening, which many officials thought should be done with wine or Kentucky's famous US cnr.tsTiKE bradlet. product, was done with pure water, Miss Bradley declining to use anything else, and winning her fight for it after a private but bard-fought battle with those who opposed her. Carrying out her sentiment In the matter she had the water brought in a plain, wire-covered glasM bottle from the famuos crystal spring on the spot where Abraham Lincoln was loin in Larue county. Ky. Then, as the vessel rtarted down the ways, several bottles of old Bourbon whisky wore hurled aplnat j,pr. abjos by Kentuokians who were opposed to the water christi n Ing. When the anchors of tho big boat had been dropped and she had ome to a halt in midstream, the distinguished party on the christening stand were served with refreshments. A numb-r of felicitous speeches were made. Amonrj the speakers was Governor -Bradley. LONDON r.ItAl MK HAS A" IDEA. ODMMODone sen LET. brr.k". lie was almost overcome by emotion, but rallied with an effort and closed in a manner that thrilltd his au ditors. Thurston closed as follows: "Mr. President, In the cable that moored me to life and hope, the strongest strands are broken. I have but little left to of fer at the altar of freedom's sacrifice, but all I have I am glad to give. I am ready to serve my country as best I can In the senate or in the field. My dear est hope, my most earnest prayer to God is this, that when death comes to end all I may meet it calmly and fear lessly, as' did my beloved, in the cause of humanity, under the Annrican flag." Maid and dignified senators turned away and wept, and in the galleries tears welled to hundreds of eyes. It was a remarkable scene, and the still ness until the last words had been pro nounced was as of death itself. As Thurston sank into his-seaTand buried his face in Ma hands the galleries were swept by sui h a tumult at applause as has not in a long time been heard In the senate chamber. As a brother might have don, Allen, Thurston's colleague from Nebraska, walked to him and placing his arm over his shoulders, quietly led hm ftom the chamber. The art was nn of the spontaneous and touching amenities amid the turbulence and discord of political life. Thinks Wc Should Not Manoeuver to 3Iake Spain Declare War. London, March 25 The Daily Graphic says editorially this morning: "We think it time that Washington ceased wobbling. Weeks ago it was said that the starting of the Spanish torpedo flotilla for the West Indies would com pel America to declare war. Today t'ae flotilla is steaming straight for Porto Rico. Meanwhile acute senators in Washington and over-i lever journalists in New York are planning ingenious campaigns to fix the odium of declar ing war on Spain. "Surely this is unworthy of the Amer ican people. Two clear lines of policy are before President McKlnluy: Either to co-operate with the Ssjrasta cabinet In making Cuban home rule a reality or to give Spain peremptory notice to quit. To-avoid bith courses is to turn the terrible Maine disaster into a sort of gruesome red herring. If President Mc Kinley does not mean war let him say so, and the horrors in Cuba wiil soon be mitigated." The Standard this morning, comment ing editorially on the cabled abstracts of Senator Thurston's speech in the Fnited Statr-3 senate yesterday, severe ly censures It as a flagrant example of the recklessness of American politicians in goading the Spanish people to war. Demnneled by Michigan Solon a, Lansing, March 2a. Both houses of the legislature yesterday unanimously adopted resolutions denouncing in strongest terms the acts of Spain in her r'-lations with Cuba, deploring tho present situation of affairs In the isl and and declaring "that the time has come when this nation should raise its strong arm in the name of justice- and humanity, patriotism and liberty, and give to the patriots of Cuba their blood bought freedom from the yoke of Span ish treachery and tyranny." Lieut. .lenblnn' Itoily Found, Havana, March 25. The body of Liteutenant Friend W. Jenkins, of the Maine, was found early yesterday morning near the torpedo tube aft. as It has been expected would be the case. The remains, of course, were badly i decomposed, though not so bad as many ' others fcui: J previously sim e the ex ! plosion. It was recognizable, aside from the clothing. t'aptala klgene Order, il Home. Havana, March 25. Orders to return borne were received yesterday by Cap tain Sigsbee and the other officers of the Maine now here, and all will go north except Lieutenant Commander Wain wright. Chaplain John P. OhMwkR will go with the officers. mm JlbbJciTfaralionforAs snilaUraJ dBTood Uadrk,?ula- tjrjg rteSlauwaiis eSBdBOwelS of Vnxf&cs DtitloaClwTiu TjxandBatoataiBs Bdfter Opwm.Morptiinf? rjorMhJETeU HOT NARCOTICS SEE Antxttct Remedy for Core Gna- tion Sour 5 tomach.Dian-hoea. Worms .Convulsions .Feverish oea and Loss OF SLEEP. t Sdnle Signature of TTEW "YORK. THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE a OF (CTACfTOOFTC wrijBrt. ii? ON THE WRAPPER f I rilJBi OF CASTORU I Ctitarla ' pat op is D!ie-ii bottles mly. M lis set told t balk. Don't allow aartaa tead I yea Bay-thing aba aa th plea m fraaaiat that m U "Just ai good" aad "will aaaww s-ary a pott." T Bet that joa t O-.a.-R-T-0-aVLA. ' Til ft. eu I BBBBJ ' - - ai M . a . .aME - bM MaWaw a W twTawB. ' 9m BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE Comes from oar brewerj. 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