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   Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - May 14, 1898, Lawrence, Kansas                                A1LY SATURDAY MAY National i H DIRECTORS I B ACOB CHAS O H W E A Savings Department Deposits received Toes lava and Kzchaarei on all prlncl pal cities of the btlml K Vice President a CuhlerTC Oaoital Surplus slarrla G Orovenor M G MSIIIT A M Nevmark AHonroe Lawrence National Ml United States Capital general binklou bmlneo and Issaes of eKCnaage on sll the principal cities of Vice Walter I MVP J D Bowemock R W Spsir H L Moore F A Sallej J H GUthitt A Henlev F w B S Hail W R ATTOHMEY8AT ATTOKNBY AT AB8TBAOTEK of Best lanarancs sad Over Newmarks 0BOHfiE SURGEON Mice 743 Mass over The Fair Office 901 Ohio Si Physician Residence 621 Office ovei Office hcrnn 9 to 11 2 to 4 Tennetwee i W IHTSlCIAN AND ffica 7U 1310 street Physician and OfHoe 7JI St Telephone II Money to Loan as onr AJTD ootnrar PBOMBTY 10WMT BATVS BILEY RILEY 627 FIRSTCLASS WORK LIVERY STABLE THE HCELLENCE OF SVBIT OF FIGS ia 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excur sion rates to Take the BURLINGTON the old and firmly established line to and through Omaha in any HOIAYQ L eeneral fcMMdra Held Without tharged with murdering bar was arraigned for the SAMPSON HAD NO ORDERS TO TAKE THE WAS AFTER SPANISH FLEET Two Americans Ware Killed and Lasted lhr an4 Was Terminated Before Knemys Batteries Were Slleaoxl Bblps Danish West Inrtii May forta of San Porto Rico were bombarded pf Admiral Sampsons fleet Tim Tho enemys low is to be The American In two men and seven injured A three hours firing the admiral drew the fleet and headed fur West He said after the engagom i I am satisfied with the mornin I could have taken San but I have no force to hold it I ily wanted to administer This has been I came fur tin1 Spanish and not for San The men killed werei Seaman lrauk Widemark of the New Gunners Hateof the Auiphi The latter died from the effects of the f Of the Injured men three were on board the Iowa and four on board fie New The names of tl slightly injured on the Iowa arc man Private Marine Apprentice Hill The injured on the New all of whom were hurt by the bursting of a are Seaman Samuel Kelt seriously Seaman Michael Mur Two other enlisted sligbt ly This is a complete list of the killed and The American ships were The engagement began at and ebded at S 16 The enemys batteries ware not The town in the rear of the fortifications probably The ships taking part in the action were the New Mont Waumpatucket and Enemys firing was but and the Iowa and New York woro probably the only ships hit They were right up under the guns in col delivering and then The line passed thrice ia front of the pouring tons of steel on It Is Impossible to judge the amount of damage done to the buildings nml They appeared to be riddled with shot but the Spaniards wore The after turret of the A m phitrite got out of order temporarily during the but ho banged away with her forward After the first passage before Uio the Detroit snd Montgomery their guns being too small to do much The Porter Waumpatucket also stayed out of The smoke hung over eviry the aim of the trimi ners and making It impossible to tell where our The officers and men of all tiie hips behaved with coolness and The shots flew thick and fast ill j our The men of the Iowa hurt the action were injured by and again led the forts replying concentrating on the which was about TOO yards all the batteries on the arm of the Thrloe the column passed from tho entrance of the harbor to the extreme eastward j 1 Utter indifference was shown for the enemys The wounded were quickly the blood wai washed and everything pro ceeded like target At Admiral Sampson sig firing Retire was sounded on the and she headed from the The Terror was the last ship in failing to see the banged away alone for about half an the concert of the shore guns roaring at her and the water flying high around her from the exploded But she possessed a charmed and reluctantly retired at As at the unsatisfactory HIS BEU SAMPSON ANDSCHLEY OR DERED TO DESTROY THE TWO FLEETS COMBINE All American of Cuba HM Been lodeflnlterr Post to Be Unsafe CntU theapaatea Wow Martinique Baa DMposcd May complete Harder of Oolltae of FualM May a Ool one of best known ot To pekas older dtUens and was murdered In his bed at S 3cloek this The murderer isoaped and the police hare no elne to his No robbery was CoUins and his wife were deeping In a room which was separ ated from the parlor by sliding The murderer pushed one of the doors back a short distance and crawled He picked up a doublebar rel shot gun belonging to Collins and loaded it Standing within ten feet of bis he emptied both barrels Id to the body of the sleeping Collins was sleeping at his nd the roar of the gun awakened She says the shots were so close prevented any important conclusions being The town of San must have although pro tected by the as the high shots must have reached it No traces of taMhttfeert new Before she could do any relieve him he bad bled to ron the except small were apparently extinguished the fleet which before GLORIOUS Oiipateh to Madrid Sayi 8amp 1 ion Wai KepaUed at san i May official dis patth from San Porto Rico says The Atnerlcan squadron was re pulsed oft Porto Although eleven warships bombarded the the attackers were gloriously beaten The Spanish armed t with sixlech were especially Uuis alleged victory ol the Spaniards has aroused great en thusiasm Another official dispatch from Porto Rico says The bombardment only caused slight damage to the Four soldiers were killed and several The squadron hav ing received severe One big warship had to be story of the La Farette May state da psrtment today gave out the follow ing In view of widelypublished reports that the French mall steam ship La which was recently permitted to enter Havana and dis charge her official had violated the neutrality law under which the privilege was accorded her by the gov ernment of the United it is authoritatively stated that the depart ment of state Uas been satisfactorily convincnti that nothing of the kind was done that no merchandise what no contraband or war and no Spanish gunners were recently landed at Havana by the La Mlmontl Pael flo May souri Pacific passenger train in charge of Conductor Williams and glneer collided with a light engine in charge of Engineer Ross of at laat miles east of this near the Moreau tunnel Both engines were thrown from the track and Engineer Wlshart of the passenger train is scalded se and is thought to be fatally Engineer Ross Is also in but not being out about the head and The collis ion was the result of a mistake in or ders by Engineer thrown by an eightinch shell h same through a boat iu and scattered in all The shots finally ended on an iron plat Merkle Murtel wav the arm and may lose it A hurt by splinters and a fire in the but was ex tinguished Moro on the eastward arm of the was the point of Rear Admiral Sampson and Captain Evans were on the lower bridiriof the Iowa and had a narrow escape furn flying which Injured i h no The Iowa hit eight limes bnt the made no Impression on her The weather was but the heavy made accurate aim difficult The broadsides from the Iowa and Indiana rumbled In the hills ashore for five minutes after they were de of dust showed where the struck but the smoke hung over everything The shells screoch g overhead and dropping around that the Spaniards still stuck to their gnna AtS oclock in the ail were called on the a few final touches in clearing the ship were and at f general quar ters The men were eagre r for the fight The tug Waumpatnck went ahead and anchored her small boat to the showing ten but there was not a sign of life from the which stood boldly against the sky on eastern hiding the The Detroit steamed far to the opposite The Iowa headed straight for the Sud denly her helm flew over bringing the starboard battery to bear on the for At the forward twelveinch thundered out at the sleeping and for four teen minutes she poured starboard on the coast the the New York and other ahlpa repeated the dose from tha The Iowa tamed billed Him at May I the Cincinnati wife I was electrocuted at the annex of the Ohio penitentiary at this morn The electrocution was not as successful as previous Six ap plications of the current wece quired seven minutes elapsed before life was finally pronounced extinct 2 3 Three from two you Bays the Right Three from two you either in dol lars or dividends or It takes the best saraaparilla root to make the best sarsaparilla ex The best sarsaparilla comes from and the Ayer practically controls the entire product Yet others claim to be making They must be making it out of the remainder left after subtracting three from three from two you You cant make the best sarsaparilla without best Yon only get the best when you Ayers San and the news of the actual presence of the Spanish flying squad off only 500 miles from and less than miles from caused the dispatch of the flying squadron under Commodore Scbiey and the delay of the army of invasion of It is to the navy that the government again ooks for a battle that may end the conflict The news of the Spanish fleet re vealed at once the possibility of a quick move the part of the Spanish fleet that would cnt the line of com munication by water between Cuba and Key exposing to great peril any American landingforce that might u WWA uoeu one be caught between a superior Spanish sensation in the army m and the sea patrolled by Spanish It became necea was fonnj to defer the departure the back M a second Her former Florida until the Spanish fleet is met WM Meade andher and crushed or dnveu from West In u a freight conductor on the dlan Bock jsland Paciflo Orders flew quick and fast from both tho war and navy he thing to John her had returned yesterday from the svhere he is a student and was sleep ingin the room His mother jailed him and sent him for A fold watch belonging to Collins his were The jhotgna with Its empty tvere found in the front halt There was no door left and late this morning no one knew just how the murderer had entered or left the Collins did oat kuow for in hour after the murder that had been shot She felt a CAPE VERDE FLEET IN THE WEST IS OFFICIALLY by the surgeons she to have seven small and side AdittM That an Near a Only Aboat SOO nauw The first checked the movement oa j setting in from all parts of the and diverted the troops toward tho camp at The navy department wired Sampson in formation of the ap proach of the Spanish fleet and direc tions what to and another order flashed to who has been eat ing out his heart at Hampton Roads in his eagerness to get into the to start with his vessels at the earliest possible moment The commodore no chance of a cancellation of these highly desirable but at oclock had put himself beyond the reach of any tele graphic recall Sampsons fleet is strong to overcome the Hying squadron Is he can ever catch it out of tha reach of fortifica IIis ia lacking In speed as compared to the Spanish and cooperation on the part of our flying squadron would add very much to the chance of cornering the Spaniards and forcing the fighting which is believed to be necessary to the success of tho Cuban campaign as now NO INVASION Proposed Movement on Cuba Off tor the Prrient Walt for a Sea May The military aspect of the war has undergone some change since the report was received here of the appearance of the Spanish squadron in the West The presence of the fleet resulted in the temporary postponement of the move ment of the army of whiqh was soon to have started for the It is urged ftt the War de partment that there should be no soldiers un the water until the ques tion of ictinite disposition of the ene mys ships is settled and the troops enabled to proceed to the island with out being harassed by In consequence many of the volun teer troops will not be sent direct to the Gulf as at first but will proceed to the Chickamauga Prenon Loan to May Banque de Paris has concluded a loan of 000 francs to in conse Spains exteriors are The Is general on the bourse that the next due July will not be rathr that pesetas will be offered Instead of by May The schooner Jennie from which has arrived reports that her John Purchase of was killed by Spaniards before the vessel sailed for It is thought Purchase to pass the trocha and was hacked to Gladttoae Steadily May The condition of Gladstone is apparently pain bat there is evidence of Increas ing weakness and failure of the circu Dewet the May agent at Manila cabled from Hong Kong yes terday that the blockade of the capi tal of the Philippine Islands strictly i and that the cable Is aboard an American SPAINS GUNNERS Kaval Officers Suspect That the Enemy Is Foreign May possibil ity of diplomatic complications be tween the United States and France is suggested by this which Is agitating naval officers at the capital Did French experts man the guns that carried death to American jailors on the yflpalow The suspicion directed against France is due to two re sent blockade running experience of the French steamship which was released after being held up by the blockading and the improvement of the gunners manning the guns on Spanish forta Their improvement has been so according to naval that Vt indicates the Introduction of new and more experienced when considered with the previous work ol the Spanish who aould not send a shell withiu half a mile of a man of much leu strike a 140 ton torpedo May semiofficial note was issued this afternoon denying a report that a number of French artil lerymen were landed at Havana by the which was allowed to enter that port The note adds France has not departed and will not depart in any way from the rules of the Haa OmUn Frisco Harbor MlneoV HAS May without the knowledge of people around and about San for two weeks past the harbor and its ap proaches have been set with torpedoes and For fourteen days the jroverninent tugboat Unadilla has been placing the submarine destroy Over 300 torpedoes are said to have been placed in On holidays in Sag land two parties of men or hoys will fre quently get bold of Opposite ends of rope and pull on as a test of the strength of the two They call it the tug of Many a hardworking man and woman in each days is pulling a tug of war with death for an They fail to take proper care of then When they suffer from indigestion or a slight bilious attack the wear it After a while these disorders wear out the reckless man or woman and the result is or some blood or skin Pierces Com mon Sense Medical Adviser tells all about these U is free to Piercef Golden Medical Discovery cures all the maladies It cures the It makes the appetite the digestion the liver active and the blood It is the great and nerve Dont let a druggist im pose on yon with a more profitable substi I bad e very severe pain in the mall er my where my bins join on to my and n hurt so that I thought I was going to come writes of Erin Henrico My lactor came and pro nounced it Ke gave me a prtMrrip but I cot no hut I purchased a bottle oT Pierces Golden Medical Discovery from my druggist and commenced to use I began to improve once got Now I am in perfect no Nearly every disease known to docMia and the treatment is described in tMctot May Secretary Longreceived official advices yesterday morning from Windward that the Spanish squadron had been sighted to the westward of that Martinique ia about 600 miles in southerly direction from San Porto The Spanish vessels off Martinique compose the formidable squadron recently collected at the Cape Verde It sailed from there in a westwardly two weeks ago It is learned that the Spanish fleet was first sighted on the day before yesterday off the north eoast of Martinique and was again sighted yesterday morningon the west hull The indica tions are His taking a full supply of coal at Martinique to cankers exhausted by the European May There is great excitement here among public officials at the news of the arrival of the Spanish fleet at It is said Ihe fleet went there on purpose to coal andthat the two large Transatlantic loaded with were awaiting them at Fort de Another Object of the call of the Spanish fleet af Martinique was to communicatewith xthe Spanish gov ern mant and ascertain the abouta of the American fleet Admiral Corvera now knows every thing which has transpired since departure from the Cape Verde islands and he has full Instructions as to his future The fleet will leave Martinique Immediately for an unknown and it is some may elapse before the Spanish ships are again heard Great anxiety Is felt in official cir cles here since the receipt of the of the bombardment of Ban Juan Porto Bico by Bear Admiral sons fleet May second Spanish fleet now at Cadiz consists the battlesh the armored cruiser Emperador Carlos the cruis er Alfonso the Bapido and the auxiliary formerly the HamburgAmerican line Columbia and and three torpedo It la reported that a strong military expedition U organising at to proceed to the Philippine es corted by the Cadiz fleet It ia claimed that submarine have been placed so as to protect tBe entrance of the harbor of RIOTING ALL OVER DeravMd a Cabinet May from Madrid says Spains condition at U Bioting every where aggravate the political crisis Martial law has been proclaimed throughout The mil itary of some provinces have summoned the editors of the newspapers and warned them to have a care what they or soldiers will be sent to smash everything in their ol papers will be sent without trial Ferando a penal on eoast of equatorial West Din view of a probable revolution on the next news of the liber and the have prom ised the queen to support a military cabinet under should May Regi ent of May Representa tive Cutnnvnss of New York haa in troduced n anthorixing the tary of war to onranixe regtmealt of pnaejnMtnfl tpe of George for which fa made foot imported from Upton ended season of twenty ope one to cover t 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