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Phoenix Arizona Republican (Newspaper) - January 10, 1900, Phoenix, Arizona THE ARIZONA WEUKISftQAY JAK EECH Indiana IPPINES F the Aban donment of the Islands Blood of American Soldiers Who Fell by Filipino Bullets is Charge able to Traitorous Americans Who Have Encouraged the when General Hartwell of Ha waii and Jlltt of the Hawaiian commission will be Alaskan i eglslatlon will be next and af ter dates will be fixed for hearing the claims of New Mexico and Arizona for admission to te hp house cnmmittep on naval af fairs today selected Representative of Illinois ns acting pending the absence of The various naval measures were re ferred to except those relating to Admirals Sampson and which werleft to be dealt with by the full THE WORLDS EYES Rest Upon the Swollen Tugela instance of the grand presented him up a sp man lit tie knows the common people of HIP little understands the in stincts of our race who thinks we will not bold It Philippine archipel fast and hold It admin istering a just government by the simplest This sentence vs the key note of a speech delivered In the senate today by the Junior senator from It was the maiden speech In the senate of about the youngest member of that The text of Beverldges speech was a resolution which ne offered a few days ago which declares that the Philippine islands are territory belong ing to the United States that It is the intention of the United States to re tain them as such and to establish and maintain such governmental corttrol thioiighcin the archipelago as the slti ati in may The senators closing sentences were President and Senators Adopt the that peaet mav en kly come and that we may begin ing nnd uplifting Ado i awl this bloodshed will when deluded of our islands karn that this in i il df the rcpresentJitiven ol1 the American people in it and the history and American people lonk tn fur ever fix the awful resiimslbllity for Uie consequences that 111 fol HUeh allure do n llnw dap doliiy our s is The announcement that he would de liver an address embodying his obi servatlons In the attracted an unusually large number of auditors to the On the floor of the senate every senator in the city was in his seat and scores of representatives came over from the The oc casion was Inspiring and Bever ldge rose to It His for properly it was an was deeply It was replete with striking sentences and well arranged Spoken with all the vigor and eloquence of a fine enthusiastic In rts who rose at times to his subject with the power of passionate dramatic ut the speech created a profound impression upon all who heart Beverldge Is scholarly and refined in with a striking face and Throughout his speech he wan easy and natural and entirely free from He spoke rapidly and with great When he declared with deep solemn ity Upon the hands of those who In America have cheered these mis guided natives on to shoot our soldiers is the blood of those dead and wounded boys of and the flood of years can never wash that stain there was although suppressed sensation among his At the conclusion of the speech tremendous and unrestrained applause swept over the galleries and it was notable that Secretary of the Treasury who occupied a seat in the senators gal was a participant In Hoar republican of Massa replied briefly to Bever Although he did not enter fully into the merits of the question under he did not feel that some of the senators statements ought to go to the country He declared that not American opposition to the but the presidents procla mation to the Filipinos was responsible for the He ridiculed Beverldges statement that the FUN ptnog were not capable of self govern and quoted from General Otis OLARK BRIBERY Sena tor Whlteslde of Montana continued his testimony before the senate com mittee on privileges and elections to day In the Clark He Identified two envelopes exhibited which he said had contained money given to him to hold for members of the They weije marked by Initials and oth which Whiteslde said had been placed on the envelopes at the time the money was deposited In SHAFTEtt RECEIVES To Escort the Remains of General Lawton to A formal ordti has been issued from the war depart ment to Major General Shafter to es cort the remains of the late Major General Henry Lawton from San Francisco to Washington upon their arrival at the former place from Ma which Is expected to be about February The Lawton fund reached to THE HEMP CORNER It Will Soon Be Broken by a Flow From ubine today the subject of an al tfed ciirner in hemp in inn with generous request 1i 11 received Id open 11 ports in tiie IhlijppinH for t to the United I I pil rninont to open all lhl nipiilly trjopr i gamton tS RKSJDKXiK t Is Inconceivable That Buller Can Delay Longer While the Pitiful Struggle of White to Escape is Going on at While General Frenchs adroit maneuvers and gallant epulse of the enemys determined at tack are of superior Interest as Inci lents of actual public atten tion cannot he diverted from the im pending battle at the Heavy fighting had been expected from hour to hour by military who could not IIP convinced that Sir Redvers Duller would wait for the sin gle battery and the small force of hus sars which had been dispatched from Cape Town to but when the official bulletin containing his thanks In the name of the army for the holi day from was I i nrU as j tn And Two Women Perished NTED in the New handsome dwelling of Joseph proprietor of the New York in East Fifty fifth was destioyed by fire to day and at least two lives When the flames had been extinguished the bodies of two women were found badly One is believed to be Miss Elizabeth the and the other Is Identified as the house A MISSISSIPPI DUEL Three Men Killed and Two Seriously Ridge was the scene this morning of a des perate pistol in which three of the best known residents of the county were The dead are Rol Stephenson and Otho James his Otho Aus and his Stephen had been arrested on an affidavit sworn out by them with whipping qne of Hollands negro Just after the opening of their trial this morning In Justice Grlnns court at Oak the shooting be but who fired the first shot Is not When the smoke of battle cleared Stephenson and Otho Austin were stretched on the floor and James young son of Holland woundedi Austin and a were seriously UNUSUAL Calls the Bishop of Peorla tho impression prevailed at the clubs that a decisive battle would be deferred until lie could command every available gun and This opinion was unchanged at mid The censorship was screwed down to the tightest so that only trivial camp incidents were re lated by the news The military writers for the press were divided in their forecasts of the plan of One group held that Inhlawe mountain would be the first objective and that the southern bank would be cleared before any at tempt was triads to force the passage of the The second undismayed by the failure of previous assumed that there would be a turning move ment a long distance with a front attack at the other end of the line and a vigorous artillery attack tho and tiiy cited as proo ni ir theory the repmtrt of eiontiUK on the upper near the masihiR of War rens division ill could Insent toward W if ih tiansp muUon system on a large The last detail was certainly signifi since no turning movement on the lower Tugela could be made with out mule but an experienced veteran who managed the transport system in the previous campaign in South Africa told me late last night that this was not conclusive since the mule train would be required at once between Colenso and Ladysmith after the passage of the as the railway had probably been torn up by the General Buller must have received yesterday strong cavalry reinforce consisting of the South African Light Horse and the Eighteenth Hus and when the last battery afloat with a small force of hussars arrives he will be as strong as he can be expected to and with nothing to gain by The strength of his army is underes timated by the London since the military authorities have not wished the enemies to know the full extent of the concentration of the force upon the Tugela The last word before midnight was that the ambu lance corps has been ordered to the front from Durban and General Frenchs position was of ficially reported as unchanged CITY IS SUED FOR Holders of Bonds of Fort Begin Action to suit was to day filed in the United States courtfor the northern district of Texas by William Sage and Dean Sage New York doing business under the name of Sage to compel the city of Fort Worth to pay defaulted interest on worth of The at the which At the time the crime was committed Livingston Was charged with but was released upon a writ of habeas The case was hoard before Judge who the on the ground that the com mitment out by the tieo was defective and was different from that signed by tho onmers which stated that Livingston had killed tin woman in Eleven witnesses were examined by tho grand jury yoshrday before a pre sentment was Lee counsel for said today that he inteded to try tho case upon Ha merits and would not again apply for a writ of habeas cor He also said that he would ask that the case be tried at the next term of the JUSTICE BARNARD Technically Under Arrest for Failing to Have Snow Cleared The name of Justice Job of the District tho the His honor was not compelled to appear in but information against him charged the failure to observe the Know ordinance and remove tho ico from in front of his Rhode Island av enue He was recorded as being born in the United a lawyer by and able to reac and The arrest was credited to Policeman SUSPICIOUT SILENCE The War Office Gives Out No ll Pcrait the of Correspondents to Get Realization of the Desperate Condi tion of The office has not contributed the least particular ns to what Is taking lace In Natnl slurp Neither as It allowed the dispatches of cor ispondents to get the facts of the sltua lon are replaced by and he Impatience of the public pours it elf Into a discussion of the conduct of he war and of what might have been one or ought to be supreme was placed upon book of arrests last night In Eighth precinct police WILL BE NO VICE ADMIRAL Question of Advancement of Sampscn and Schley to Be a result o the conference held at the Whit House on Monday between the presl Secretary Long and the captain of the Santiago no action will b j takrn tin ad aae THE GENERAL TURNED Imperial German mail steamer detained here by he British authorities since January 4 on suspicion of having contraband of war on has been After ler cargo had been examined It was ound that she bad a few chem als and axletrees on Nothing 5lse was LADYSMITH news from General White at Ladysmith Is anxious ly as it is generally realized to day that there was little wanant for the exultation which followed the an nouncement of his repulse of the A remarkable revolution in the Boer tactics has been another complete sur prise to the British who had not reck oned on the weakened garrison of Ladysmith being subjected to such a courageous assault and it Is realized that General Whites troops cannot be expected to greatly prolong such an ar duous to as he would bo well pro vided On October M tho woman inirclmsod a black shawl at u siunll store In Next day sho went to poo the boy and arranged that he should bo handed over to her short ly after noon on October outside ft public Tho Masset woman kept the appoint ment and had the little boy handed over to Tho child carried with Urn a pair f small Resiles and other toys wrapped in a piipor Mother and child were traced to the waiting room at London tho child was last seen About half past six tho same evening his dead body was found in the ladles waiting room at Dalston stripped of all clothing except a black At seven oclock of the same evening tho Masset woman was back at the wait ingroom at London and here she waslud her hands and asked for n brush for her The same even Ing she went to Brighton where she met her lover by The toy scales were afterwards discovered In the room they had occupied at the The pair returned to London two days later and Miss Mussel told her acquaintances that she had just returned from France where she hud left the The arrest of tho mother followed the identification of the At tho trial which followed tho mother stated that she last saw the child alive at the London bridge station on Octo ber when she handed him over to two supposed to live at Chel to take care of for twelve months To A NEW CHAMPION McGovern Worlds Chief Featherweight THE DEFEAT OF DIXON The Colored Fighter Made a Gallant Struggle to Retain the Position He had Held for Hine the Bighth Rouid His Maaager Gave Up and a Knockout Wat I of either Admiral j iUir I author tniU yes I that the tnry Lonjr will reivl any tions tn cougrens vancement of the the dispo sition being to let the matter The authorities expect that congress will adopt the recommendation under which medals of honor will be award ed to the participants in the this method being satisfactory to all the captains of the It is evident that the most that can be expected from congress Is the adoption of the medal of and that it will do nothing with reference to the revival of the grade of o CUT THE RATES IN Telegraph and Cable De clare War on Bell New A 1N1TKI Thuv is omo rcason believe that th liiitrd StatiK and i iTiiui tryinjy to find a lUiinun basis vm which they ctm co jirue iii preprint their n speet i ve laiiUis Great ilrituln fur Delagoa bay IN THE PRIZE German steam er Herzog has been handed over to the prize for the sum of which she this statement she adhered to the The prosecution advanced as the mo tive for the crime the womans to rid herself of an obstacle which stood in the way of her future pros pects in Her conviction was fol lowed by numerous petitions for clem ARIZONA BUILDINGS Delegate Wilson Will Introduce Bills for f Delegate Wilson of Arizona will in trolue i nl a public it Phoenix euit unt Tucson and PivKinU U fin H lie will Ultro dlieo a Mil lo repair the levee al Th e at been to KlilJI MOLINEUXS to reports to show that they Allen of Nebraska offered a res calling upon the secretary of Information as to the names of from whom WW9 the prices paid and relating to the traiwert jt New Bishop Spaldings departure today for Rome has created considerable speculation In Roman Catholic circles as to the na ture of the pressing business which has caused the bishop of Peorift to be rather hastily summoned a confer ence with the Under the laws of the church the plshops are required to visit the Vatican once in every decade and it is seldom that the American bishops have Crossed the water Ottener than once In ten unless required to do BO by business of Im citys bonded which the city council refuses to pro vide funds to amounts ap proximately to held mostly In New York and and other suits are expected to be Mayor Paddock has been opposed to the attitude of the city council and has Insisted that the city meet its ob Negotiations with bond holders have been had on several oc casions looking to an but a failure has Telegraph and Cable Company of through Colonel William president of the Knickerbocker Telephone company has made declara tion of war on the Bell company by announcing a rate for unlimited tele phone service just onehalf of that offered by the We shall charge flat for un limited cald and a year for This will cover all service in the various boroughs except Queens and Rich In the boroughs of Queens and Richmond we shall ask of business houses and of residences with the option of taking a service on the same basis of that offered in the boroughs of the Bronx and The basis of tolls in Queens and Richmond will be about 6 or 8 cents a message at the as against the Bell companys charge of 15 We shall make no charge on tele phones until we have wellequipped ex changes in with a large number of We shall prob ably ask nothing from our subscribers until we have at least Instruments In The long distance service of the Telegraph and Cable com pany is In process of and a large section of It has already been When completed It will run from through New York and to Chicago and SIGHT AND HEARING XRay Revealed Tumor on the Brain of a Chicago 14 years of has had his sight and hearing restored through the Xray used In conjunction with the sur geons knife and trephining The boy was strong and well until six months when he was seized with fits of nausea and pains in the These Increased in and three months ago he lost his Four weeks later he became blind in his left eye and almost so in his Symptoms of paralysis also de Physicians diagnosed the case as a brain tumor pressing on the optic and auditory By us of an Xray apparatus a tumor the size of an egg over the eye above and slightly in front of the temple was The operation of removing the tumor was O THE MURDERESS MASSET New the trial of Roland Molineiix for the murder of Katherlne Adams Professor Frazer expressed the opinion that the author of the letters signed Roland Molineux was also the author of the letters signed Cornish and and further that the ad dress on the poison package was writ ten by the author of the o A LETTER FROM WILLIAM Indirect and Significant Reference to British Execution in London of an Unnatural William telegraphing his thanks to the king of Wurtcmberg for assuming the pat ronage of the Wurtumburg committee of tho navy says I hope the events of the last few days will have convinced the everwidening cir cles that not only Germanys interests but Germanys honor must be pro tected on the distant and to this nd Germany must be strong and pow rful on the sea o HE WAS FATALLY IN a was bunged hurt oday for the murder of Annie vho refused to marry It baa bew since Bishop returned from Rome and this with his well known la tn to take wp tbe Holy RBABRESTBD FOR Blind Veteran HU Wifv Presented By Grand the blind veteran who fessed that he his wife ROSA A MANILA ICE San Frank consulting engineer of the war leaves tomorrow for whero he will superintend the construction gigantic Ice plant contemplated by the tederal Josephine thu French was ex ecuted today for the murder of her threeyearold son at Dalston Junc a railway station last The crime was a most diabolical and has attracted inure public atten tion than has any similar criminal case in England since the execution several years ago of the notor ious babyfarmer and The executed who was thirtysix years was a French and gained her living by giving lessons in various parts of The child was of illegitimate parentage and ac cording to the evidence presented at the the woman herself of the burden desired to rid of its keeping strangling her at their UW ten days and releases after r upon a warrant sworn out I 1 after she had formed an acquaintance ship with a young Englishman and en tertalned the hope of marrying At first the child placedl with a young woman residing in Tottenham who was paid a small sum monthly to nurse and look after On W tbe mother the young that father brought ft relative ajMj learn waa aMed a drunks be ao need for the child would tafce much AUSTRALIAN i gold yleli or this colony in 1891 was New McGovern tonight wrested the featherweight championship of the world from George who hod dpfondod It for nearly nine To anvo Dlxon from Tom his threw up the sponge In the eighth whon tho negro wan staggering helplessly and wcftk but tva game as the dying Tho fight took place before a crowd that packed the Broadway Athletic flub and the victory decided tho ownership of the When Dlxon and McGovern stepped on tho scales this afternoon to make the nec essary 118 Dlxon seemed to be In the better He was full of life and energy and looked as If tho making of weight had not troubled while McGovern seemed to be too finely When they stepped In the face showed no trace of the rigid training and as soon as they stripped each looked In perfect from the first tap of tho was on the using tha left swing his which McGovern cleverly stepped Inside and Terry sent both hahds In rapid or der to Dlxonf lower Mo last iHtmU on tin body wan u iHirprlfe to no boxer who lever the was able to land I In Die ribs and Kidneys an did Mei lilxoii jarred MoGovern hull n doscM invH during the baitln with hard racks on the head or but Terry vas always back at his man In a clentlessly smashing with either hand o the ribs or The seventh ound was disastrous for Terry almost broke Dixons nose In this ound after he had sent a right hand which landed over Dlxons heart and he staggered to his corner with blood spouting from his nasal Dlxon came up as game as ever a man did In the eighth which proved to be the Early In this round Dlxon slipped to the floor near the ropes from a aid McGovern earned the cheers of the spectators by helping him to A few minutes later Dlxon step ped on a wet npot In McGoverns corner ind slipped to the floor for the second It was seen that Dlxon had al most shot his bolt and McGovern put a left and right to thu flooring the Dlxon took the greater part of the count IhlH and as he arose Terry who Btcod scarcely four feet wan ready to rush at Dlxon wont down again from a body He touched the floor eight times in the the last live times being tho results of terrllfic body few seconds before this round would have been Dlxon stood up from his eighth but his manager and Tom seeing that It was IrnposBlbhi for the negro to hold on to his threw up the sponge within one second of the call of time which would ended the In this OJiourku showed good Both he and Dlxon have often said that the laater would never be knocked out GOLD SHIPPERS SMALL PROFITS I luggage over to where be engagements fortyeight hours i Light Exports This Week Unless Lon don Offers Better New of the bes orelgn exchange houses estimated to lay that the gold shipments from in city next Saturday will be less than half what last Fridays announcement This estimate had regard for the higher money rates Incident to the January settlement af this center and the decline in rates Whether Londons needs will so In crease the inducements offered a week ago as to overcome the usual ob stacles to a movement imposed by stiff money rates and extraordinary de mands at New York was the question modifying all calculations H was pointed out that the margin of real profit realized on last Saturdays shipments was so small as to be easily sacrificed toy changed conditions on this Some of the houses most prominently identified with recent gold movements from this city agreed that todays situation did not favor heavy BATTLE WITH Is ported here tonight that an encounter took place this afternoon far up among the bills of CuoHii between posse of six revenue headed by Carl Tutwllur of this and a band of among them Ifve for whom war rants are The Ktory IB that three of four of the mountaineers have been and that thu officers have arrested several The olllcers artall said to havo escaped days ago Tutwiler and another revenue officer went to Coosa to arrest the five but were fired upon from and nar rowly escaped with their They came to organized tho and set out In The re as appears to have been disastrous to the Thu scene of the alleged encounter Is a re mote inaccessible by telegraph or telephone at
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