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vet. LXXIIIa u II WOODVILLE, MISS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898. NO. 10. iS- . pur -- Z },p t. OHR gRMY IN.POR[O RIIO, The Signing of the Protocol Pr vented the Probable Capture F of Aib0nit0. THE TROOPS RESTING ON THEIR ARMS, WOW tinct the End Ilas Come the Volun- #.eers Would Like to Returti Hnnle--  Fears Expressed by the Native of Ex- cesses by Spanish Troops Vlthiu Their re.crlbcd Lines. PONCE. Porto ltico. Aug. 15--On Saturday (en. Iiles notified Gen. lacias, at San Juan, by cable, of the signing of the protocol, and has re- ceived from Macias an acknowledg- ment of the receipt of the notification. Gen. Miles also sent Capt. Mickler. an. der a flag of truce, to communicate with the Spanish commander at Aiboni- to. (en. Miles says Aibonito would llave been his within four days had not the protocol been signed. Gen. Wilson was moving YJCo Turn the Enemy's Right Flank Gen Miles threatened his front, Gen rooke was pushing in to his rear, Gen. Henry was 15 miles of Arecibo, and (en. Schwan had reached Magaguez. Gen lliles personally is uncertain vhether he wilq remain here during the period of the negotiations for peace, but the four army columns will remain where they arc until things are comDteted f Volunteers Anxious to Get lIome. The volunteers are anxious to get ]cme. now that the end has come though orders have been issued to make the troops as comfortable as possible during the interim. The troops that have arrived here on the transportsarc being disembarked, no order to the contrary tiaving been received. Fcarg of the Nt, lvcs. Fears are expressed by the native that (luring the period of treaty nego- tiations the Spanish troops may be given free license within their lines to terrorize the inhabitan is. If this should be the case, Gen. Miles says, the Amer- icans would be powerless to interfere. TO Raise the American FI;Lg. Lieut. Eames of the Nineteentll reg- l]tr infantry: Lieut. FrcnciL of the Eleventh regular infantry, and Senor Antenna Lluvoras, one of the insurgent leaders, were sent out throug'h the , country north and west to raise the American ilag in all tile towns. A commission from the National De- lief association, on Mr. Alexander Van Renssalaer's steel yacht May, has ar- rived with delicacies for the soldiers. Ex*Consul tlanna's Suggestion. Mr P. C. IIanna. former United States consul at San Juan de Porto Ricorhas suggested to the state depart- lnent that some provision should be made to allow the refugees to return to their homes, and to look after their property interests and insure their protection. REPORT CURRENT IN LONDON, The British Foreign Office to Demand the Dismissal of LI llnng Chang frol Porer ill Cl|loa. LONDON, Aug. 15.--The foreign office, it is reported here. ttlough the report as yet lacks confirmation, intends to demand that the Chinese government flismiss Prince Li ltun Chang from power, on the ground that lie is re- sponsible for the recent anti-British lttitudc of the tsunff li yamen. lllay Seize the Take ]'orts, The foreign office, it is also asserted, has had under special consideration the question of seizing the Take forts, n the gulf of Pe-Clli-I,,, at the mouth af Peking river, and tile city of Ticn- l'sin, tbe:ort of I'ekin. in the event of China refusing to eoinply with this de- mand. holding all until compliance ia assured. Deprecated In St. Petersburg. " lleav while the semi-official Journal ile St. Petersburg, in the current issue, rleprecates-the tone of the British press and says: "Russia does not con- template further acquisitions in the far east. ]Ier only object is to pre- serve the advantages reeeutly gained. Th Russian government does not de- " ,:_:; to injure the eeouomic interests of "tlreat lritaln any more than those of shy other power. A DEADLY TORNADO. ntlre Family Vll*ed Out Near Canby Mlnn.--,Scvcn People Missing. IINNEAI'OLIS, Minn.. Aug. 15.--A Cauby (Minn.) special to the Journal lays: g. tornado last night struck 12 miles north of this place, killed seven :: people, destroyed many buildings and did great damage to the crops. The en- tire family of Joseph Hutchinson, in- eluding his wife and four children,were killed. The storm was not wide in ex- tent, but very violent. Seven people are missing, and some of them may be killed. The storm was on the border be- tween s0uthwestern Minnesota and Oka- NO NEWS FROM GEN. MERRITT. The War Department Inclined to the Be- lief that Cnnditions at Manila Had 2ot Reen .Changed. WASHINGTON, Aug, 15. -- Secretary Alger said that in view of the fact that no dspatches have been received from Gen. :Mcrritt. there probably has been no furtler conflict between the United States and Spanish forces at 5Ianila since the 4th instant. Some days ago there was considerable anxiety in the department as to whether any action had taken place, hut as the depart- ment learned Sunday that no dispatch boat had arrived from Manila and none waa expected, the state quo is supposed to have existed at Manzla MISSISSIPPI MATTERS. Charters Flied. The following charters were filed with the secretary of state a few days ago. Duck Itill Ginning, Compress and Storehouse Company, with a capital stock of $6,000. Incorporators: D. D. Wilkins. W. R. Moore. J. tt. Turner, J. M. Conger. T. L. Kimbrough, A. Olsen. W. E. Tyler. Jonestown Dank of Jonestown, Coahoma county, with a capital stock of 25,000, wlieh may be increased by the terms of the charter to $50.000. Incorporators: W.R. Sad- ler, W. C. Weathersby, L. F. Weath- ersby, W L. tlanong, (eorge Rich- bergcr. L. Marks. J. W. Cutrer and their associates. The Vicksburg Pants and Manufacturing Company, with a capital stock of $25.009. Freund J. Kneble. O. E. Mayer and their asso- ciat, are the mcorporators. ,lolent Family Affair. James Swan shot and probably fa- tally wounded his wife's son-in-law, John t;ossett at ltolly Springs last week. After (;ossett was shot he knocked Swan down with a" brick. A family quarrel was the cause of the shooting. Swan is in jail Accident at a Saw Mill. At B. I;lrick's saw mill at Evansville last week, .lee tread, colored, fell on the saw and cut his arm off at the elbow, lie rode horseback six miles and had it dressed, lie seems to be doing very well. Negro Raptlsts in Session. The Sardis Baptist Association :net in its twenty-n'nth annual session with "the Lake ('ormorant church last week. The association was called to order by Rev. Z. I) Smith of Senatobia modera- tor. There are about seventy cburches, represented by more than one hundred messengers, representing about 3.000 13aptisls. From present indications the work of the association this year will he an increase over that of last. Call It Off for the Present. After two dys and nights of fruit- less searching, Ed Grandison. the negro who committed the double murder in Yazoo county, has been abandoffed. The dogs failed to strike tbe trail, and th negro is at large. A message has been received that he intends to return and kill Sheriff W. J. Jobnston and Silas Haekett. a negro, who hc says is his enemy. (lrandison's description is as follow,: Dark ginger cake color; five feet nine inches tall; weighs 50 pounds: sloping forehend: big mouth and eyes; 30 years of age: left arm about four inches shorter than the right; very polite in manner. A reward of $:00 is offered for his capture. Inspector Appointed. The State board of health last week appionted Maj. Gihbs, of Jackson. quar- antine inspector from Meridian to Shreveport, La. Condition of Railroads. The three most important railroad systems in the State filed their quarter- ly reports with the commission last week. The figures show a large in- crease in each case over the net earn- ings of last q uarter, although payment of taxes and interest on bonded indebt- edness reduces the net revenue to a small deficit in each case. Particularly has the increase in the net earning's of the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley been phenomenal. Last quarterthere was a deficit even in the net earnings, but the report shows an increase over that showing of over$t000t)0. It is interest- ing to note that the lawyers have gar- nered their share of the spoils. The lllinois Central has paid out in el;ims and damages for the quarter ended June .,0. $42,025.3:).. The Yazoo & Iis- sissippi Valley has paid $37.319.88 also on the same account Confederate lteunlon. The Confederate veterans held their annual meeting at Macon last week and spore a day of social enjoyment. The town was crowded with people from all the neighboring towns and villages. At the public school grounds -a fine dinner was spread. Speeches were made by some of the most promi- nent citizens, also by (lea. S. D. Lee, president of the A. and M. College. In the afternoon the flag was raised and old glory was hoisted by two of Ma- con's fairest belles. Misses Maimeo Scales and Malay (;reggs.. At night patriotic musicale was gven at the Lyceum and the proceeds to go to the sick and wounded soldiers. Weather and Crops. During the past week the tempera- ture was nearly normal'and the rain- fall was above the average over the State. Cotton was seriously injured by continued wet weather, boll and army worms, shedding, rust. grass and overgrowth. Some very favorably re ports were received, however, mostly from the northern counties, where the rainfall was moderate in many places. Corn is a very fine crop. Gardens, fruit, hay, fodder and minor crops progress ing, but injured locally by heavy rain- fall, which also delayed fodder pulling. Madison County Is Wet. At the local option election held in Madison county last week a majority of ninety-five was given in favor of saloons. It Is Not a Law A peculiar case has come to light at Jackson of a bill which was enrolled in the usual way and approved by the governor without ever having passed the senate. The bill in question is en- titled "An act to confer ou the board of mayor and aldermen anti the mayor and councilmen of the sever:l cities towns and villages of the Stat, power to pass ordinances providing for the punish- meat of all acts which are offenses against the laws of this State and pun- 5shable thereunder, When committed within the corporate limi of such cities, towns andviUages.'" Proceedings Against the ',Guinea Pigs" for Contempt of Court Before Justic Wright. DISCREPANCIES EXPLAINED BY HOOLEY, "Sir" llenry OuV(ltl, Alias ,'D,tron" lIus- grave, Sent to Pt'lsou for a Year for SteaIiog Two B,gs--Chlef Officer Jago of the Drltannle emanded Pending Extradition Proceedicgs. ONI)')N. Aug. 16.--]_ll the queeu's bench division of the high court of justice. Justice Wright resmued the hearing of the motiou to commit Earl De La Warr, Messrs Bradshaw and iLuckcr for contempt of court it), attempting to iduce Mr. ErneSt Torah l[ooley, the bankrupt compkny promoter, to falsify his evidence in the bankruptcy cout't. Discrepancy ExpIained. Mr. Hooley, who was sworn, ex- plained the discrepancy_ between his own statement that hehad pai,l Earl I)c La Warr 50.000.and the carl's Irate- meat that hc had only received 25.- 000. by savin that he paid the latter ='5.000 directly, and subsequently paid him an equal amount through Mr. Broadley, Mr. IIooley's a'ent, for divi- sion between Earl De La Warr and Lord Albcmaxic. Ilz'oadley Kept the ]Ioncy. 3h'. lloolcy said theft he had since discovered that Bradshaw kept the 25,000. legarding Earl De La Wnrr's al- leged offer of 1,000 if hc (Itooley) would contradict his fm'mer evidence. the hankrupt said that hlr. Bradshaw, at the Brunswick hotel, offered him the money in the carl's preseuce and the correction of certain statements whit:h l'iacl l)c [a Warr wished him to make was written out there, Mr. lloolcy deposed, in the presence of the earl. A Bogos Baron Jugged. LON1}3N. Ang. 16. At the Middlesex sessions an Amerieau. Evans Wieeler, alias "Sir" Ilenry Onequi, "palmist to tie queen, etc.. etc.." was scdatcueed to a year's hard labor for stealing two bags at the King's Cross raihvay sta- tion. Wheeler, or Onequi. is know to have had a palmistry business at 12t4 Broad- way.New York. Iic brought Mrs.Ncllie Shakespeare fL'om Philadelphia to En- gland last ,luue. and iu Lic following month went with her to Paris, where he assumed the designation "Baron" Musgravc. IIc left there suddenly, ow- ing a large amount, and abandoning Mrs. Shakespeare. The Case of Chief ()Pricer Jago. LONDO,, Aug. 16.--At the Bow Street )olice court J. W. Jago, chief officer of he White Star line steamship Britan- nic, who is held on a warrant issued at the request of the United SLates em- bassy on .,the charge of embezzlement and larceny, in connection with mail robbery and smuggling, was formally arraigned. Sir John Bridge refused an applieao lieu for bail, and the prisoner was remanded for a week. UNION MIN,ERS DESPERATE. The Sltoatlon at Pan;t, [11. The Operators Threaten to hnport Negro l%llulers. PANA. Ill., Aug. lh.--A large force o[ armed deputy sheriffs and special pc- [ice were ou guard at the mines. and the undon miners were con- gregated on the higliways, if any- thing, in greater numbers and apparently-more determined than ever that no non-union men shonld pass. Some of he n]on miners appeared on the scene with rifles and shotguns, but thmr leaders induced them to rotary the firearms home. What few men wen to work were conveyed in carriages of armed depu- ties and police. The operators of the four mines have now exhausted every effort to induce the union mners to leave the nnlou and return to work be- low the scale price, but without sac- A MURDERER AND SUICIDE. IORR$O[R OF MNIL OTHERWISE UNOTICED. Hi IN0000OMMI0000I00,00 i Ihe Fatller of James J. Corbett, the l'ugll- 1st, Kills lIls Aged Wife. and Sampson's ships will parade up the Then Comtnits Suicide. Hudson river Saturday. Don Carlos inspires a statement that Sxx FANClSCO. Aug, 16.--P. J Cot'- The Spanish Government Officially he doesn't want an uprising in Spain. Those to Adjust the Evacuation belt. father of James J. Corbett. the Notified that the Surrender Thomas Ioberst:ou. of lluntsviile, Cuba and Porto Rico Have heavy-weight pugilist, shot and killed Me., drank carbolic acid: he will die. his wife, and then turned the weapon Occurred Saturday. A barrel of 3rater fell down a shaft Been Named. upon himself with fatal effect. It is in a Joplin (Me.) mine and killed a believed that the murderer was de- OEHERALSWAOEAND BROOKEHEADTH[M merited. He had been in extremely THE CiTY OCGUPIED BY THE AMERICANS, boy. poor health for some time. Death Capt.-Gen. Blanco has sent hs resig- nation to Madrid as governor of Ila- was instantaneous in both cases. vans. The shooting ocdurred at the resi- Augustl Was a l}aekNumber When theSur- 0nly one division of the Fifth army The President Not Finding It as Ey totet dence of the Corbett family, No. 520 render was Made, Having Been Dis- corps remains to be sent from San- the B[en lie Wants for the Pe&ee l[ayes street. Shortly before 5 a.m.. znissed August S--The Spanish Omcer tiago, robs,Ion as He Mr. King, a son-in-law o! Corbett, Paroled-The losurgents Remain Out- Uncensored mail serviee has been re- llson Prefer His Place In the tte who was living in the house, heard side the Clty. ,. two shots in his father-in-law's stored between the United States and Commllon Honors. Spain. room, IIurrying to the room he ADRII), Aug. 16.--The government was horrified to find Mrs. Corbett Capt.-Gen. Macias of Porto Rico has lying in bed covered with blood, while has been notified by the Spanish eonsul acknowledged Gen. Miles' notice of the hi father-in-law lay on the floor with at tIong Kong Of the surrender of Ma- peace protocol, sloes to adjust the evacuation of Cuba blood pouring from his mouth. Irs. nila. It ts not yet aware of the man- Tie expenseof the peace commission- and Porto Rico They follow: Corbett was in her night attire, while her in which the surrender was effect- ers, it is estimated, will be about a For Cuba--Maj.-Gen. James F. Wade, her husband was fully dressed. Death ed. million dollars. Rear-Admiral W. T. Sampson, Maj. mut have been instantaneous. Gen. Mcrritt, it is reported here,.took The Rough Riders under Col. Roose- Gen. Matthew C. Butler. 'here was a wound in Mrs. Corbett't the greatest precautions to prevent the have been landed at Montauk For Porto Rico--Maj.-(ien. John IL temple and Corbett had killed himselt insurgents from interfering with tie Point, Long Island. Brooke, Rear-Admiral Winfield S, by placing the muzzle of tle revolvex in his mouth. From the appearance capitulation of Manila, m" approaching Serious trouble between farmers and Sehley, Brig.-Gen. Wm. W. tordn. of the bodies it is believed that Corbett the city. cattlemen in Woodward county, Okla,, Gen. Gordouis a Georghn, has caused officers to be sent there. arose early in the morning, dressed The Madrid press fears that the sur- Gen. Wm. W. Gordon oncof the *om. himself and shot his aged wife whil render may affect Spain's position in The Spaniards and some Cubans in missioners for Porto Rico, and theoaly, Itavana express the hope that the she slept, negotiations for the government of the United States will annex the island, one of the six appointees to the com- missions who is not widely known, is She had evidently died instantly, for Philippines. Te nesee volunteers in San Fran- a well-known citizen of Savannah, G shc still lay'in her perfectly natural position. It is believed that Corbel! The City Occapled by the Americans. el,co destroyed a negro's house, and tfe is the senica" colonel of the Georgia was demented, lle had just returned LONDON, Ang,. 16.--A special dispatch were ahout tolynch him when stopped, state militia, and served in the ranks from Bartlett Springs, where he had from Madrid says: "The surrender of Robert P. Porter has been designat- of the confederate army. tte is 61 been stopping for his health. Manila ca Saturday by Gen. Jaudemes ed by the president to investigate ecru- years old. Ile belongs to one of the is olticialty announced. The United mercial conditions in Cuba and Porto wealthiest families of the state, and is BUSINESS WAS SUSPENDED. states tioops immediately occupied the Rico. conspiclus soialiy there. Ile wa The Chicago Board of Trade Engaged lr city.", Reports to date indicate that the cot- largely indorsed in the state ton crop will exceed that of last yca adler general. the Sale of the BaIe of Cotton for Augusti a Baca Number When the Surren- by 1,000,000 bales, and the price will bc senator Allison Dec---llne the Honor. the Hospital Service. der was Made very lOW. WASUINGTON. Aug. 16.--The presi- BERLIN. Au. 16.--Gcn. Augusti, ae- At Areola, Ill., some unknown hater dent tendered to Senator Allison. of CIII(:AOO, Aug. 16.--Business was sus cording to a dispatch from lton Kong, of dogs scatters poisoned meat through- Iotas, an appointment as a member o! pended on the board of trade for a time dated Monday, was dismissed from his out the town. and every morning dead the peace commission. Senator Alti* in order to auction off the first bale o! post as captain-general of the Philip- canines strew the streets. cotton from the south, 1898 crop, which son, however, coutd not sec bis way was presented to President McKinle:/ pines on August 5. John Fearl. 67 years old, & wealthy clear to accept the honor. Tle tender l)y .It. B. Beer, of New Orleans, tc Gen. ,landemes was ordered to take Bureau county (ltl.) farmer, eat his was made ]n the course of a lengthy be sold for the benefit of the over the command at Manila. wifes throat and then his own. Mar- interview at the White l|ouse. The government, hospital service. The bale The Anlerlcans Cave Warning. riage was a failure with the eouple, appointment of Senator Allison almost was sold amid great enthusiasm to Mr. Tile dispatch adds: The coroner's jury over the remains as much as that of Secretary )ay, has John Dupec for $600. He donated it *'The Americans had the an- of Thomas Jonson the Beatrice (Neh.) been regarded as a ft)regonecocluaion. banker, found in a well at StockvilIe, The administration has been to the First regiment illinois infantry, thorxties at Manila that a bombard- was unable to decide on the assassin. Anxious to Scours llls Servlee and it was bought by Mr. Zena Carter ment by sea anti land would commence president of the board, for $400. Five of the choicest broodmares at a,s his long experienee in public life, Mr. Carter gave it to the First at noon on August 9. The city surrcn- Goodwood stud, in St. Louis eounty and especially his experience asehair- regiment again, and the bale became doted on the i3th, and the American Me., were struck by lightning and in- man of the appropriatious committ the property of Mr. Frank G. ogan flag washoisted forthwith, stantly killed while standing under a of tbe senate, and on the finance (m- for $250. lie gave it to the organizk- Spanish Of/leers Faroleti. tree. mittee, would make him particularly tion which islooking after the families "The Spanish officers were allowed An American firm has just completed valuable in the adjustment of tie of the illinois olunteers, and it was their freedom onparole. The judiciary building an immense grain elevator on knotty financial roblems likely to sold on their account. Mr. P. D. and the administrative offices arc to Manchester canal, England. the first arise dnr:ing the dehberations of the of the kind ewr construnted in Great Paris tribunal., Armour paid $250 for it. Mr. Armour remain temporarily in the handsel the Britain. wilt send it to St Louis, where it will " Prefers lIla Seat lo the Senate. alsoY, e sol,t. Spaniards. The insurgents remain State troops continue to guard the Senator Alhson, in acknowledging outside of the town." jail in tIoustov, Tcx., in which Peyton the honor offered him, explained that " AGREE TO ALL THREE POINTS. Dispatches Rxpeeted from Dewey and Burton, the alleged murderer of the the interests of his state in the senate,  Merrltt. bIeyers family, is confined, to prevent and his dsire to continue his former T/an commander or the Italian Sqatdgon "VAsIIINOTON, Aug. 16.--Up to noon his being lynched, vigorous participation zu the shaping Receives a Satisfactory Reply no advices had reached either the state, M. Cambon, the French ambassador of legislation in that body, and other from Colomblt war or navydelart,nentsregardtagtho at Washington. who represented Spain duties, would preclude his taking up : ROME, Aug. 16.Admiral Cardinal. fall of Manila, except the cablegram in the peace negotiations, has been the arduous duties at Paris, whi the commander of the Italian squadron from Consul Wiidman briefly announc- cleoN)rated with the grand cross of the would demand so much time and sri- now off the Colombian coast, received, lng au unconditional surrexdcr. Dis- order of Charles Ill. )us work. on August 14. a definite reply from patches giving fuller information are Benjamin Castle. a wealthy farmer nqurke Cockran wa Pretmnt. owning 1,000 acz'es of land near Chand- During a prtion of the interview the government of Colombia, agreeing expected momentarily. to all three points included in the ulti- - ler, Ind., went home drunk and began x-Representative lourke Cockran, Of abusing his wife. When he attempted New York, was present. Itis services rectum astothepaymentof the Cerruti ORDERED INT0 THE HILLS. to choke her his 19-year-old son shot in the McKinley campaign, along 'ith claim, namely: A formal and absol recognition of President Cieveland' -- -- and killed him. other eircumstances, gave rie to award, and undertaking to stop, with he Second Regiment of Immune Volun- Mrs Nancy Stevenson, mother of speculation that he had been sum- in gight months, all proceedings on the leers Replaced by the Eighth Inio Hen. Adlai E. Stevenson, former vice- moued here by the president in coanec- part of Cerruti's creditors, and an im. nots (Colored) at Santiago. president, is very ill at her son's resi- lion mediate money payment to Italy as a SNTIOO D CUB, Aug. l.--Gen, deuce in Bloomington, Ill., and is be- commission. Mr. Cockran guarantee of the full execution of the Shafter has ordered the Second volun- iievcd to be in a eritiealcondltion. She however, that he wa here award within the stipulated time. teer regiment of immuncs to leave the is almost 90 yearsold, private business, and merely The dispute is thus settled to Italy's city and go into camp outside. The Private Arthur F. Cosby, of Troop K, pay his respects. satisfaction, regiment had been placed here ass Roosevelt's Rodgh Riders, has been  ANOTHER DANGER TO SPAIN. garrison o preserve order and protect promoted to be assistant adjutant gen- CASE 0 RIVATE LADUKE' . property, eral, with rank of captain. Coaby was k Conflict Between Great Britain aad There has been firing of arms inside seriously wounded in the first day's lle Vts Not Shot, as Reported, But Has Russia Might Bring Fresh Trou- of the town by menbers of this regi- fight before Santiago. He is a Harvard Been Sentenced to Life Imprison. hies to Spain. ment without orders, so far as known; graduate, ment at Leavenworth. some of the men having indulged in senator Allison win Not ban Member of vASHINGTON Aug. 16.The war MADRID, Aug. i.--E1 Liberal, din- liquor until they have verged the Peace CommlMion, partment hs reeeivl tie cussing the eventuality of aconflict be- upon acts of license . and disor- WSHt.00N, Aug. 16.--'rhe authori- Poe. Porto Rico. A. tween Great Britain and Russia, think der; the inhabitants in some tative announcement is made that Sen- ADJUT.NT*OINE-gAI,, it a cause for fresh peril to Spain, quarters have alleged loss of ator Allison, of lows, will not be a tug to your ablegram. Private and urges that special pveparatious be proierty by force and intimidation, member of the peace commission. In bean ooavi6et by cour-m.rtlal PrivattJ Staffd: sntenec'l t) made for the defense of the Balearie and there has grown up a feeling of a long interview a membership on the meat la the peaitautLary a islands and the coast towns of An- uneasiness concerning them. commission was urged upon him by Helsnow uade, r guarl dahmia. It says: Gen. Shafter has, therefore, ordered the president. Senator Allison, how- lmratinn. "For three years we have sought to thit regim-'ent into the hills wiere dis- ever. was not able to accept on account [Signeal GmoR. Brtgaller-(beaal. defend out" honor and Spanish sever- cipline can be more severely main- of other important duties. Alex. LaDuke was a member eighty in the colonies. To-day we are taineti pany 1. Seeond Wisconsin threatened with another danger. We In place of the Second volunteer ira- Morderi lu a New York Hut*l. udwasenlisted at Mariaette. have to defend our homes." mane regiment, Gen. Shafter has or- NEW YORK, Aug. 16.A woman was Stafford, the murdered dered into the city the Eighth ILlinois murdered Mends3 night in the Grand member of the Tlxh't, eenth regnala 81mntshSoldlersRapidlyLeavlngShtatlago. volunteer regiment of colored troops, hotel. Thirty-first street and Bzx)ad- ifantry. The murder was the tess. The operators propose now EW YOaK. Aug. 16.J. M. Ceballos, in whose sobriety and discipline he has way. Her body was found in a room. of a quarrel in a wine to the New York alentof the Compauia confidence, and of whose sturdy en- The head has been beaten in, ap- It was erroneously stated in a bring in regr,)es, who will bunk in Traus-Atlantica, reived aeable from foreement of order no doubt is felt ly parently with a pieceof lead pipe. The from Marinette, Win., houses to he erected on the mining Santiago de Cuba informing him that those in command, murdered woman wasideatiied as Mica that LaDuke had been company's property. The union miners four more steamship loads of Spanish 'E C. Reynolds, of this city. the day after the crime and shot at re desperate, soldiers would sail from that port for THE ARMY IS TO BE REDUCED, led Upon the Graves of lIle Children. Ponce on August, 4. WARM --C0--NGRA-T-UL-ATIONS. Spain this week, and that all the Sp:n- Sv. LocIs. Aug. i.--R. W. tolsan, a SILVELA STANDS IN THE WAY ....... ish soldiers will have left Santiago be- 'lfty Thousand Volunteers to be Mustered broker and member of the merchants' Count Casslni, thn Russian Ambauador, fore September 1. Out as Soon as tlne Cabinet Ap- exchange, committed suicide in Betle- Tile Leader of the Dissident Cnnsrvat. Adds His Cnngratulatious nn tile ;panis h Commander to 1tern:tin at Thsh proves the Order. fontaine cemetery some time Monday It Is Said. Will Block the Slza- SIgolog of the Protocol. Fosts TiiI Evacuation is Completed. M&DRID, Aug. 16.The cabinet has WASmXOTON, Aug. 16.--An order will night by taking strychnine. His body lsh Government's Policy. was found Lying aCLX)SS the graves of ---- WAStltOTOX. Aug. 16. Besides the decided to order Gen. Blanco and all be issued, when approved by the cab- his four children. He leaven a, widow MADRID, Aug. 16.Act.'ording to E1 congratulatory note of the Italian am- other Spanish commanders in the An- inat, mustering outofthe scrviceabout and two children. Tiempo, tile organof thedisidenti bassador, felicitating the government tines to fill their respective posts util 50 ,o of the volunteer force ....... of the United States on the signs- the evacuation is completed. 'he troops to be mustered out will Gan. Wheeler Summoned to Washington. aervatives, Seuor Sllvela, the leada 9f tare of the preliminaries of peace include all the volunteer oavah'y and WASHINGTON, Aug. 16--Gen. Wheeler that party, intends to b hk the gO  with Spain, the secretary of state Committed Suicide. volunteer artillery in the United States has been ordered to Washington, the ernment's policy. received, on the night of the 13th in- LANCASTEr, Pc., Aug l.--llra at the present time and a large hum- secretary of war desiring to consult The queen regent has slant, a telegram from Count Cassini, Woemert, wife of Emauuel Woemert, her of infantry regiments The whole with him on the situation at Santiago. thanked the French ambassador of Russia, dated at Nar- who was murdered in bed b3 supposed number has not yet been determined. Gen. Wheeler, it is stated, has left the good offices in ragansett Pier, sending nis congratu- burglars while his wife was asleep by The mustering out order possibly camp'at Montaux, and is expected to charged Senor Leon y Castillo, lations upon the conclusion of his side, committed suicide Monday .may be lelayed until dispatches are reach here during the day. Spanisl ambassador at form M. Delcae, the FrenCh the protocol, which, according to night, received from Gen. Merritt respecting col. Isaac Tiehenor Dead, of foreign affairs, the memorandum issued bv th'e state Renominated by Acclamation. conditions at Manila. I)ispatches arc department giving, this information MILWAUKEE. Aug. lS. --The Republi- -expected from the general at almost WASnt.tTON, Aug. 16.Col. Isaac S. conferred upon him the grand Tiehenor, an old and well-known resi- the Order of Carlos I. "'assures a peace alike glorious to this can Fifth congressional district conven- any hour. dent of this city, died Monda-. Col. A similar distt is country and honorable to her adversa- tion renominated Congressman Samuel ries of yesterday "" S. Barney, of West Bend, by acclama- R00SEVELT'S ROUGH RIDERS. Tichenor was born in Trumansbttrg, on M. t)atenotre,  tion. N.Y., 69 years ago, hut had lived in dot" at Madrid. ten. Lee Had Presldent.a Consultation with the The Canaries'Eyes Shine Bright Again. The Men Brought Up from Santiago by war.this city since the elope ot the civil FIRE AT NIJtI VAs}IINGI'0N, Aug. 16.--Gen. Fitz- TENER1FFE, Canary Islands, Aug. 16. the Miami in the Detention Crimp hugh Lee had a brief conference with --The lights in the harbor here, which for the Printout. Died at Fort MePheron,  Number of were extinguished shortly after the ATLANTA. t;S., Aug. l3.--lmel' J. lu the F.motts Rmllan TOw the president and later arranged to declaration of war. have been relik lqEw YortK. Au;. 16.--'l?he Rough Gourdain. Company K. Second New Bna4. leave for his command at Jacksonville Riders, commanded by Col. loosevetl, york volunteers, and John I). Braw- -- Wednesday. He vouchsafed no further A Loving Cup for Admiral Dewey. and Gen. Wheeler, who were landed at and, Third United States infantry, S. PTRIURe explanation of his conferences here C1NctATI, Aug. :6 The Piccadilly Montauk l'oint .Monday from the trans- died at Fort McPherson of typhoid fire at Nijni ather than the desire of the t)resident club of this city has had a very caius- port Miami, are ia the detention camp, fever. The hospital is still crowded, government of the a,me o consult with him over conditions in ble lovingcup made at the Rookwoad where they will be kept for at least the confluence of the Oka vih Uuba. works here for Admiral Dewey. three days. Nearly all of the sick ar Awaiting Permilon to Rlthe Cable, Volga The Treasary Statement. &mbassador Hay Will Aeespt the 8tats dysentery cases. Afew are in a critical Ho'o KoNo, Aug. lti.The officials W,snIX'l'O.. Au E, 16.--The state- Portfolln. condition, of the Manila cable are anxiously .-sent of the condiLio, of the treasury WASlIINGTON, Aug. l.Ambassador In the yellow fever hospital zn awaiting permissmu tO repair, and a have iojured, hows: Available ca:,h balanes, $9,7,- Hay at London has accepteai the Ofl eliaxge o.f Dr. It. C. Moore, ttter re cable steamer is now at Singtpore )09,911; 0 aeea'etar 3 of stat thr nspeets from the St. ttia, _ twaitiag iastructioa