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Homo Firot, tho World Aftorward. VOL. VII. MDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APKILSl, 18iM). tfO.21. MATTERS OF MATERIAL NOTE. Events of Interest that Have Just Come to Pass Duly Published So All Will Know of the Same, rT lnj' Until Hililln. Manila, March 27. Hlnbornto prop nrtlous woro tnnilo ror Saturday's movement. Gen. Wheaton's brigade was placed In tlio ronr nml (Ion. Hur rlson (Irny Otis' nml Gen. llnll's woro massed behind Uen. Halo's. Under tho cover o( the dnrknoss Oon. Oils' nnd Gen. llnlo'8 brigades loft their trench es nnd advanced closoly upon tho one my's line without being detected, Gen. Whnton's nnd Gen. Hall's hrlRndcH oc cupying tho vnented positions. At 4 o'cloch tho American troops brcakfaated, nnd tho Filipinos, Hollo ing tho enmp (Iron, their buglers cnll cd to nrniB. At daylight Gen. Otis' nnd Qon llnle's brigadon ndvnnccd from Ln Lo- mn church ntrnlght throuRh tho rebtl lines, cutting tho onomy's forco In two. I'pon this occnslon tho rebels adopt ed tho Amorlrnn tactics ot holding their flro until tho nttnekors woro nbont 1000 yards dlslnnt. The rebels nlso fired lower thnn usual. Tho Americans fired volleys with torrlblo effect and then rushed forward, cheer ing and cnrrylng ovory thing boforo thorn. Tho Atnorlonn loss Is now conser vatively estimated nt 10 killed nnd 130 wounded. I.ato In tho afternoon the Montana rcglmont nnd tho third nrtlllory had crossed tho Tnllghnn river, going In n northwcstorly direction townrda Polo, nnd Ocn. McArthur, wltn tho remain der of Gon. Otis' nnd Gon. Halo's brig ades, was moving along south of tho river In n position to attack cither No jOalcchos or Polo, being within two mllos of Novnlcchcs and flvo miles from Tblo. A Tho American troops yestcrdny took Mallnta after n shnrp fight. Col. Kg bert ot tho twonty-socond regiment and eorcral olhor Americans woro killed. United Stntos gunboats havo been helling Mlnbon for sovoral hours und tho Filipinos nro apparently withdraw I UK. InliulitUnU ritil, Manila, Maroh 27. Tho Helena nnd the army gunboats shelled Malatiou and tho country boyond, whllo tho Mo nadock focused all Its battery upon Paranquo for two hours (or tho pur poso ot destroying tlio military stores there. A great smoko was caused, but ui tho Insurgents are In poesoeelon ot tho town tho rosultM ot tho shelling nro not obtainable The evacuation ot (Molabon was a picturesque rout, thousands ot men, women and children, loaded down with household goods, somo with their dearest treasures fighting cooks under tholr arms, pouring across tho awnmps (n tho early morning. An ex ploded caisson at tho railroad bridge proved n bur to tho Americans. Ten soldiers ot tho Oregon regiment, whllo searching for two of those kill ed earlier In tho fighting, snoaked Into tho city In tho morning null found the placo in a condition ot chaos. Tho Inhabitants, seeing thorn, lied In a panic, thinking tho American forces were in possession. Tho Ore gonlans shot several armed natives and then returned to camp. Agulnaldo fled to Malolos. l'roni oiii. Washington, Marah ST. The war department last night received tho fol lowing: Manila, Match JO. Adjutant gener al. Washington: McArthur advansed beyond Neweanoyan. two mllea be yond Polo, nine mllea from Manila and fifteen mllea from Malolos; railroad will be repaired to advance point to morrow and troopa supplied by oars; MacArthur will press on to-morrows la now In open country. Insurgents touUy resisting bedlnd succeeding lines ot Intrenehments, from whloh troops continually drive them. City, porfeotly quiet and native Inhabitants appear to be relieved ot anxiety and fear of Insurgents. Capt. Krayenbuhl, commissary lieutenant third artillery, mortally wounded. una. The transport Roumanla has left Rantlago with the bodies ot 654 Ameri can soldiers. She Is bound for New York. SOUTHERN NUWS. Valuable beds ot phosphates have been found netr Franklin, Tenn. Archbishop Chupello, papal delcgato to I'orto Illeo, has returned to Now Orlonns. A flro nt Thomnsvlllo, Ga., destroy ed the oporn houso nml four other buildings. Loss nbout $10,000. W. 1'. Carlo.1, postmnstor at Mel drlm, (In., hns boon nrrestcd charged with ombozzllng government funds to tho nmottnt of $370. Forblddon to vlsll tho homo ot his sweetheart, Miss Flonulo Sauls, ngod 14 years, Lonnlo Ijuio. 22 years old, killed tho girl and himself nt Klng-j ft ton, N. C. ! Montezuma university at Oawumor, Ala., waH totally destroyed by flre; Tho forty pupils escape 1 without In jury. Tho building cost $80,000 nud was Insured for 6000. Tho Woodmen of tho Wordl ut tholr Momphls meeting decided to erect t homo nt a cost ot $00,000. Tho soVi orolgn commander's salary was placed at $7C00 annunlly. Two handsomo monuments, costing $20,000 each, In memory of nilnola troops during tho civil war, havo beon erected at Missionary Itldgo and Or shard Knob, near Chattanooga. A train on tho Atlantic Const Una wns doralled Just as (t ontorod tho city llmlta of Augufllrt. "On. Ono coach was turned over nod a llttlo girl, who had hor fnco cut, was tho only one In jured. Tho first Btignr received from Cuba stneo tho war arrived nt New Orleans on tho 22d. It consisted of over 2000 tons of raw. and wns consigned to thq Amerlcnn refinery. Tho duty amount ed to $76,242. Mini it iltnml. MRtilln, Mnrrh 2J.--A thousand Fili pinos, composing the rear guard ot the rebel nrmy. which Ih retreating on Mnlolnn, Atfiiluahlo's headquarters, tunde a stnnd .lestordoy In somo strong lutrenohmonts nbout Mnrlllno, ncross tlio Mnrlllno river, lit the engage-. monl, six American were killed. In eluding three ofllrors, nnd forty woro wounded. Tho American forces ndvunced from Mnycntiynn, the brigade commanded by Gon. H. G. Otis being on the loft ot tho rnllroail. and Gen. llnle's on tho right. TJioy eventunlly discerned whllo roofs nnd ctooploa among the green trow bo yond tho river, looking not unlike n .Maseaehtisctts vlllngo. The rebels had nn untordnblo rivor In fiout ot thorn, nnd they poured In n line io effective that It showed they worn veterans, probably members of (he native mllllln which the Spaniards organized. Tho American nrtlllory put a dramatic end to tlio Imltle. Approach ing under cover ot the bushes to nbout sixty yonrds from the trenches, the nr tlllorymon oinornod uinm un open spaoo commanding the town. When tho Amerlcnus appeared tliey gnvo n groat yoll, nnd tho Filipinos wore panic stricken, nbout 100 seek I iir safety In lllght, whllo a whllo ling was ralsod by those who woro In the trenches, who nlso shouted, "AmlRus!" Col. Funston. with twenty mon of llnlilmore. Md March 28. Tha extended list ot new nnd onlnrglng nianufnclurloM reported for Inst week, ns announced by tho Manufacturers' Hecord. Included n 00,000-snlndln mill addition in Alabama; W-Wrel nnd 00-lmrrel Hour mill In Arkansas; 16 ton Ire factory nnd SO-ton phosphnte plant In Florida; 40-ton oil, $12,000 furniture factory. $80,000 compress company nnd buggy factory In Geor gia; 40-hflrrol flour mill nnd RU-ton lee factory In Kentucky; $00,000 Irriga tion romimny. cotton compress nnd Irrigation plant for 1000 ncros In Louisiana: $100,000 electrical works. 4000-splndle cotton mill nnd $30,000 shoo company In Mnrylnnd: $8,000,000 sleel mul Iron company, silk ml'.! by New Jersey romtranv: $600 000 cotton mills. 25,000-splndlo cotton mill In North Carolina; 20-ton oil mill. .- 000 oil company. fiO-barrel flour mill. $lri,oon telephone compnny, 25-lwrrel Hour mill. $711,000 lumber compnny end $20,000 lumber company In South Carolina; new works nnd cotton milt In Tenneaaeo; 1.000,000. barrel grain elrxntor, $350,000 sewerage system, $20,000 lumber compnny. $10,000 gin company. 18.000-bushel grain eleva tor. $110,000 cotton oil company nnd $10,000 Iron factory In Toxns: $10,000 knitting mill. $10,000 Ice factory nnd ttcHtnery nud 26-bnrrel flour mill In Virginia: $2,000,000 pulp nnd paper plant. 60-bnrrnl flour mill. $8,000,000 tnlwcco manufacturing compnny. $80. the Kansas regiment. wnm across tlio , lumber manufacturing company and river to tho loft of tho railroad bridge, t $80n,noo coal and coke company In nud captured eighty prisoners, with all Went Virginia. tholr urms. In Hie many new buildings reported Tho Pennsylvania regiment captured were tho following Important strue- forty nrlsonora. Dy this time the right ot the Fill-1 plnos was demoralized. Tho Americans rofrnlned from burn ing the town, nud rested thoro last night. (Jen. Otis' brigade Is crossing tho framework bildgo, Gon. Hnlo'a brigade remaining on tho south bunk ot tho river. The United mates Philippine com mission proposes to Issuo.n proclama tion Immediately after tho robot gov ernment nt Mnlolos is dispersed, be lieving Unit the most effective moment to Kcuuto tho nlloRlnnco of the natives will bo after they hnvo received an ob ject lesson of the Americana' power. American CuntlrUit. Washington, March 2S. The follow ing cablegram wus received nt the statu department from Hecretury of Legation McNully of the I'nlted mutes leguilun ut Mugolu, Columbia "Itauuoipli tried t Medelln. Tho Jury has returned o eruui u deliuerutu homlcldtf." 'ihu cublegram was datr. March 21, and marks in ml probability one ot the most prolonged uitoris over made to suvo the life ut an Amut loan citizen. Francis C. ltuiululpli Is of ouu ot the tures; $10,000 church nt Newnort News. Vn . $40,000 hotel Improvement nt WhMllnK. W. Vn.. 12-story omeo building nt Ilnltlmore. Md.: $12,000 nsylnm nt Hnlelgh. N. ('.; 3$,000 church nt Vlrksbunc. Miss.; $10,000 church nt Chnttnnoogn. Tenn.; $80,001 odlco nnd wnrohouso nt Dallas. Tex.? $28,000 hotol at Mlnson Springe, Tex.; R-story qIUck building nt llnlil more Md.; granite bank building nt llnlilmore. Md.; $80,000 hospllnl at Slntesvlllc. N. C; $18,000. $80,000. nnd $10,000 bulldlnns for university nt Mnrgnntown, W. Vn.: $00,060 opera house nt Newnort Nows. Va.. and n $i00.noo hold nt Norfolk. Vn. . I. .1... ..111.. I.. I Ni.IUI.tu ulllln .-tlimisBipin, I ,.,.., ,.iiiii1 '- llu wont to Cnlotn I bust futullles ut tliu south. Ho was u O. It. Itcod. Minor Wilson nnd Wll- man ot line iiuullllea und obtained the lb. novd. colored, woro tnken from an position of Judge l Alabainu, but luti olllcor In Yazoo county. nnd hanged. Tholr bodies woro rid- ) und i. WU8 ni tt,0 mtlu town of tiled with bullets, weighted with cot-I Culll In that couutiy that he killed ton ties and thrown Into tho Yazoo man Sept. 6. 18U6. Tho man wus a . 1 reputublo Germuu merchant numtd r,'or Slmmonds, who wus hold In high u- teem In tho community. The killing At Vnnrm, I grew out ut u dlspulo In Slmmonds i house over some property ho hud sold Ponco, Porto ltlco, Mureh 27. Tlio , to Uaudolph, who wus living under United 8tnto colonial commission nr- tho assumed name of Chur.e Jtadford llnrtrr IUlitni, Chicago, III.. March 28. Mr. W. H. (Colin Harvey Iiiih resigned ns general mnnnger of the Trvs nud moans com mitten of tho Dsmocrntlo nntlonnV cmnmltteo, nud Mr. Ham H, Cook ot Missouri has been appointed In bin Ilia .. Mr. Pnrik han Iikaii In nrnnllmit iChntRe of 'lie oltlce for some time I whllo Mr. Hnrvey hn boon In tlfn I Held. Mr. Hnrvoy Rives us tho causo of his reslRiintlon that ho could not get tho committee to ngree on what he thought was n practical business like nnd nggroAslve policy. Ho op pressed nn enrnest desire for tha Mticcess of tho work of the ways and means committee. Will do .Ul.r Him, Washington, March J5. It Is under stood that Gen. Otis baa so far ma tured his plans ot campaign that with in a week or ten days he will bo nblt to begin the movement which la ex pected to mark the detruetlon ot Agulnnhlo's nrmy. AlthotiRh strag glers and fugitives may Infest the Is land ot Luzon far somo time, tt Is be lieved that after Otis hns delivered his next blow the Insurgent nrmy, as an ofgnulzatlon. will have eoasod to ox Is. The now movement win be, It Is understood, by a combined land and water attack, though It Is not ex pected that the navy's imrt In the programme will be particularly prom inent. Otla haa procured thirteen of the guulHMta formerly ownwl by the Hpanlsh government, nud these are to play nn Important part In the develop ment of the campaign. Many ot the troopa which had been engaged on the outer linen up to the date of Gon. I.n Ny lon's arrival nt Manila havo been withdrawn to the wnter front nnd n complete reorganization of tho nrmy Is now In progress. Tho reinforce ments now arriving nt Mnnlla are be ing usod to maintain the strength ot the lines running from Manila to Pn slg established by Whoaton's flying brigade. The next movement that Is expected hero Is to be by water. It Is believed that Oils will place a com plete brigade nn board vobsoIh nnd steam rapidly northward nml land them lieyond the Insurgent headquart ers a-t Mnlolos. If this movement suc ceeds, ns It should It mado with rap lly, the Invurgeut nrmy will And it self completely ponnod In. with no op IHirtuulty for retreat. To the north will be tho flying brigade; on tho east of Lnguim do liny; across which they will bo prevcnlod from oscnplng by the Amerlcnn guns now afloat there; thr fusing river to the south In well policed by tlnrlnds, and with a strong line In tlio position occupied by Whnoton's brigade, will cut off any movement In Hint direction, whllo to tho wot tho bay ot Manila Is closed by Dowey's vessels. It Is hard to conceive how. If this plan carries, tho Insurgents csn longer avoid n dep rived hero Saturday and In tho courso of tho dny received n number of mer chants nnd prominent citizens, who made statements ns to tho gencrnl condition of the district nnd Its par ticular nocds. Yesterday morning tha commissioners loft by tho rvenuo stonmer Ulako to Inspect Puerto da Jobos, tho port of Ounma nnd tho dis trict. Tim reported uprising In thta district Is quite without significance. Randolph admitted the killing und was Uirown Into prison. His Alabama friends, notably ox Secretary Herbert, Interested them selves In his behalf nnd Induced the .Sliinnlim .Iffnlr. Momphls. Tenn.. Mnreh J8. Walter A. Fnrroboe shot William 8. Arbueklo In the hip yestordny, In front of tho Clarondon hotel, Inflicting a painful though not serious wound. Iloth mon nro woll known In business circles, and tho nffrny caused considerable oxcllo ment. TIip two men were nrmod nnd had tholr weapons drawn, hut only ono shot wn fired, bystanders Interfering nnd disuniting tho combatants. The catiBC of the trouble Is snld (o ho do mestic nffnlra. 1'urrnbee's wlfo se cured n divorce more thnn n year ago, "' 1,11 " MrC ijr Victor. Man Frnnselseo, Cnl., March 25. With n superiority In cleverness, qulskness and ring generalship, which was apparent from tho first round, "KI4" McCoy wna very properly awarded tho decision over Joe Ohoy uskl nt tho end ot the twentieth round before the Notional AthlctU aluU In Mechanics' pavilion last night. It was a very pretty fight, but It war almost entirely In favor ot the young et man. McCoy won nnd won oaslly. He had the light In his hands nnd at any one ot hat a dozen palpable op portunities ho could have administer ed n knockout blow. Hut again and again ho failed ta follow up his ad vantage nnd Choynskl wns cosldored lucky to be able to stay the twenty rounds. In the fifth round Joe wns apparently gone under the furious rain of McCoy's blows, but woa wived by the song nud after the brief re spite rallied and fought his uphill task. Hut he did not seem to like tlio game. McCoy's stomach blows parti cularly woro little to his lifting, nnd he winced pitifully under the frequent punishment which ho recolved. On tho other hand Joe could not roach the Kid effectively, who was entirely too clever for him In Rotting nwny. When Joo did land It was frequently upon McCoy's small, hard head and the blows did more damage to Joe's hands than to tho objective point. I'onr Horn. Memphis, Tonu.. Maroh S. In n flM hero yesterday morning nt Mm. II. U. Nolon's boarding house nt 101 Court street, thero was a property loss ot not more thnn $M00 but four Uvea were lot nnd six people woro more or loan sorlously Injured. Tho dead arc Mr. Lilly Ohapln, 38 year of age. Hoy Cliupln, 10 yonra of ago. Chester Clmplu I years ot age. Thoiunu Dull, CO years of ago. Mrs. Nolen's boarding houso was pa tronized by rogular boarders as woll ns by rooners nnd transients. At tho time of tho flro thera woro twonty-ono people In the house. The lire originated In I tin frnnl romn on tho II rut floor of nlvo conlllct which mint end either In ,,,,, A flre trom tuo mig iiIIihI the hanging enrtulns In tho onrly tholr broking through tho lines or In their surrender. It In evident Hint Otis expects tho latter, for ho has al icndy advised tho wnr dopnrtment Hint the Insurrection cannot last much longer. Hons. Otis. Wlieulon and Hall are reported to have driven the enemy to ward Malolos. state department to employ attorneys n,t recently It wns nnnounced that she and Arbuckle would wod. Farrnbeo wns nrroileil. to defend him. Itandolph was trans ferred trom Culll U Modellu ou tho ground that he could not obtf in a fair trial ut tho former place. He was convicted and Hentoncod to death and then began u practical legal struggle during which United States Mlnlstei MoKlunoy, by direction of Secretary Olnoy. mnnnged to appeal too case t lulul ,... .1... KIII..I IIU M If.. , BUM swum U rmrini. iwuniu . . , fciiso has boon prosecuted nutlvely t Tncoma. Wnesh., Maroh 27. T)r. . the proslint administration nt the Charles Coroy shot nnd killed his wife urgent solicitation of ex-Secretnry i.n. 4 1 Hnrlmrt. but It is believed that tlin yesioruujr murmur mo vu OID , "V. ; , , ,1V Ha.rj rnii,11v iitimitml. Tin lying asleep. Coroy was III and his , . McNully marka tha end und that was formerly, during the Nllll Aril. Havana, March S8. Tlio bandits near Guunnjuy. t rovlnce of Plnnr dot tin, nro still active, und Gau Dlnz, tho Culiau comumndar of that district, has published a proclamation to tho sixth army corps, usklug the trooiM to make every effort to effect a speedy termina tion of the disorder In Hint province, and It is said the bandits will be All- Die Imiidtt leader wnr, tha guide story of the nffalr Is Hint ho was la-1 Hondolph must pay the Hiiiilty of tit of Col. Pedro Dslgiido, of the Ciilmn boring under a nlghtmnre. neiioving crime. army. ...... , , his wlfo wns stranger who wns Intent on killing her. In his dream Corey says he fol-1 lowed tho two from Taeoma to , Washington nnd Just asc ho fanoled tha man was about to slab her ho fired twice with his rovolver. ilttrxhtit 1 jr Hiilliiit. with the Aiiierluin aauamls nt Gov- nrnnr Gnnernl llfoolta'a llHfldlllinrtem Constantinople, Mnreh 18. Osear yMtwtlay. Straus, the Unltwl Stales mlnlstor, was At Hot Spring. Hot Springs. Ark.. March .--Wm, J. Uryan ot Nebraska nnd ex-Gov. Win. J. Stene of Missouri nrrlvetl in Hot Springs Saturday evening, nnd took apartments nt the Hastman hotel. Mr. Ilrynn lectured at the opera house Sat urday night. Senator Mantlo and Sen ator Pettlgrew or louth Dakota, silver Republicans. ex-Senator Dubois of Ida ho, und Hon. John II. Ileagan ot Toxas nro also bore. John C. Shcohnn, Tam many's lender, who has been here for somo time, postponed his return to New York for n week, for tho purpote ot meeting Messrs. Ilrynn and Stone. resolved In nrlvnte Btullenee by the sul tan at the ceremony of the Selniullk He was noeomimnled by Mr. Drnka, a relative of Col. John Hny, United States secretary of state, whom he pre sented to his majesty. Tlie sultan re from 1)1 tt. Washington. Mnreh M.Tho lowing dlajMtch from Gen. Otis: Manila, March Mr). Gen. Wood Is convinced that tho skeleton found a few days ago in an armchair about four mllea west ot I'.l Morro Is the remains ot the Span iih admiral, Vlllamll. who commanded the torpedo boat destroyers Furor and Pluton in the battle whleh resulted in the destruction ot Cerrera'a squadron. fol- haa been received 7. Adjutant gene- quested Mr. Straus to convey his aalu- ral, Washington: MaeArlhur holding latlons to the secretary of state and ad Marlilao: severe fighting to-day aa4 dressing Mr. Drake declared that he our caaualtles about forty. The Inaur held the American minister In th gents have destroyed bridgai. which highest esteem, adding that he appn- Impeded prograaa of train and arlli olntad tha Impartial nnd energetle way lary. Our troopa met the cneentra ln whleh the minister was carrying out tted Insurgent forcea on northern the initiations he had tu haml and linn, oummandl by Agulnalda In that Anierlea'a renreaentntlve lad th person, and ilmrt with Mnswerauie IHllRllier. 1 110 mil II wii 17 lira urnu on the Meld and many prisoners and email anna were captured. The column will preaa on lit the morning. good will ot the Turkish oflleluls. Charles Hughes, a section hand was run over and killed by n trnln nt Waco. JuM lUitornl. UlrmlnRham. Ala., Marah 28. Serl Ailitritl I.xliUlur. I till. T1..I. tt...l. AO II.m t ous trouble was threatened nt tho Ore ... ,.,.. ..... .... ,,., ... ,i. i.iui.. , . . , ... M , ,. If. tiltill nn ur lrai ui 1 lip mines nt Dolomite, whoro 260 miners t ytonlny. He arrived trom Hot armed themselves beoausn threo or a. n .. ... m.u .1.11 7. . l . , r.. OIII 1111,11 flti V . 111.. Hill. fc .W.IW W.V1 the r number were rwUtl lunUy the maWnR ,)rlef MU , bath night Will Calvin, a colored ,nmn, - iiranches or tho legislature. In the shot and morlally 2," -. y Jili artvnooon he addressed an nudleiue furlated blaeka bepa use 10 ftHowed t qenw00(, ,rk nm, Itft Ult Bht himself to be arrested without resist- for j4neoi Neu ance. , I ' Sheriff O'llrlen and a dozen deputies' 1 1 went te the seono and dispersed the a state btooilixl srul fat itoek sjjpw men, the sheriff given the rlblers u se-1 gsjoojatlo W is Organlied ai Fort vere talk. All worn was aiupenuca ion worth April 12. the day, 1'roin iilutllll(. New Orleans, m., March K. Tho Hluellelds SiMinlhlp conumny's steam er Franklin nrlvod yesterday and brought some Important news concern-: lug American Interests since tho revo lution. Torrw, the new governor, has announced that all duties paid to Iteyus during the revolt would have to; bo paid again. Whon Itcyes domandod tuxes the Amerlonns nppllod to Com mnndor Symmonds of the Marietta, who wild they wero safo In not com plying, as duties could not he demand ed twlco. It "ye gnvo receipts, which wore placed In the hands of tho llng llsh nnd American consular agents, and tho matter will be laid before the governments. Martini law has bcou declared with Torres dictator of the department. There are rumors at a fight between the soldiers from Ion and Grenada at Kama and mutters seem unsettled. Tho commission ap pointed to frame a permanent tariff tins been dissolved nnd hopes for tho expected relief from tho burden on foreign capital have been abandoned. twrt ot tho night, and n prompt re sponso by the flro department succeed od In extinguishing tho llnmea without damage. The guest retired at the usual hour. At 1111 onrly hour yester day Manic wore seen Issuing from tho house, nnd the lumntes wildly rushing nbout In a frantic effort to es cape. The department ngnln responded promptly ,nnd after the lire wns tinder control the search revealed the charred bodies of tho dead. I'lrit (lovvrnnr, Pittsburg, Pn., Maroh 2SHon. Francis Harrison Plorpont, tho first governor or West Vlrglnln, dlfttl last nU'ht In this cltr. Hon. F. II. Plrrpanl vns tho last nt tho war governor. Ho was Ihn Union governor ot the restored government of Virginia, organized In Wheeling nt the nutlironk ot the wnr by tho citizens of what Is now West Virginia, and op posed tho sceeeelon. He was tho prin cipal agitator ot the division of the state before tha war and n prime mnvor in the nrnulzntlon of West Vir ginia nnd haa since lieen known a the tathor nt that slate. Tho story ot his career would lie the story ot both tlntea during the civil war. Ntof I'lniit llurni. Cleveland, O., March 1. lire brok out early yestorday In the Japannliui department ot the big Dangler Stovu and Mnnufneturlni! eomimny's nlnnt on isvi.i.nr. m. rj8rklns avenue. Notwithstanding H14 Cleveland. O.. Maroh M. The taking cnnrnioug quantity of water pot-red Into of the teatlmony In the Investigation j lho ,IH,wlnK hy Mtwn w.Knm, Ul, of the Standard Oil trust before Master ' .tructur. 11111 with valuable ma Commissioner Allen Itrlnamade wna c,,ery ,, Urjw qtmntltlea of manu compieted here yeatenkiy. The ealy frtcmreil ools. was praelleally destroy, witness examined wna Virgil P. Kline. ThB wni), w,lleh prene,! oaused oaa of the attorneys for the Standard (h8 nre t0 mM$ t0 ,h )ftnl e( tb. Oil eompany. who took the stand In de- cinvelnnd Maehlae torew eempany, ad rense of his client to show that the joining the IMugler works, anil It was company had not been guilty ot vlolat-1 no destroyed. The Joaa an the Ing the aupreme eourt's order of 1802, iMnglw works Is eonieivatlvely esti requlrlng the trust to he dissolved. ml9A nl imm Bml en tUe Cleveland A (MM cotton gin burned nt Oaklln !"r,ll9 8rew WnV Plant at $W.- Springs, La. I.nrgdr Attcmtdt, San Francisco, Cnl . March 2. The steamer Doric arrived from the orient via Honolulu yesterday, and bring new from Honolulu under date ot March It. telling of the funeral ot the lute Princess Kaliitanl, who died on the 6th Instant from liinflrid'nntory rheu matism. The funeral ot the prlnoeM wai tho largest ever" held In Honolulu, and was attended by member ot the family nnd members of the d liferent nations. The hearse was drawn by M lUwailans. VlilUJ riurMn. Thoinnrvllle. On., Mnreh SC. Presi dent MrKlnley nnd u large twrty yes iertlay made a flying trip to Tallahas see, Fin. Vice President Hobnrt ha net been well, never having reeoverod from the efteeU or nn attack of tho rrlp last winter, so he nnd Mrs. Ho Imrt ratmAntal behind. A teeia) Ireln wna provided Uy the iMant fcyilom and left Thomasvllle shortly after 10 o'cJoalc