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   North Adams Transcript (Newspaper) - July 28, 1899, North Adams, Massachusetts                                VOLUME 5 THE NORTH ADAMS EVENING JULY S8 1899 XDMBEii 56 A New Stock of Gin Glass and Silver We have just returned from New York and will open up new goods in every depart- ment this week. The Recognized Headquarters for Fine Repairing at a Reasonable Price. Blueberries and Raspberries I am now receiving both in quan- tities and nan furnish you the best quality at a reasonble price. Green Corn il coming every morning from local gardens and is good. Shell Beans Home Grown Wax and Green Beans. Boston Cucumbers areas good aa from your own gar- den. Celery and Apples. Mail and Telephone Orders Beceive Careful M. V. N. 101 Main Street The Action of General Wood In refusing to accept a large salary from a Wash- ington corporation is com- mendable. You'll com- mend the care and intelli- gence with which we fill prescriptions. Store open from 6.30 a m to 12 p m. Postage stamps always on band for trie accommodation of the public. Wilson House Drug Store Cor. Main and Holden. SATURDAY'S Fresh home dressed 20c Western feed 16c Spring Chickens 30c Spring Ducklings weeks 20c SPRING Stock. Legs 22c. Chops 22c. Stews lOc. Choice fat Veal. Lean ribs and loins of fresh Pork. Fresh made Sausages. Sugar cured Hams and Bacon. EXTRA HEAVTCHOICE BEEF Fancy cuts of roasts and steaks a specialty. M Itinds of VEGETABLES re- ceived fresh Saturday morning. Green 20c doz. Shell We ql. home We qt. Boston native 2c NEW SWEET POTATOES. Cash BA TEMAN'S ...CITY MARKET... FEAR AN Santo Domingo Keported to be in State of Serious Exiles May Return and Join Presi- dent's Assassination a American War Vessel to be Sent Cape July funeral ot President Heareaux of Santo Domingo occurred at a o'clock last evening in Santiago de Caballeros. The popula- is panic stricken. A report is re- ceived that adversaries of the govern- ment attacked Moca last night. There is great rejoicing among the Dominican exiles driven out of the country by Heureaux. They are now preparing to arm themselves anfl enter Santo where they expect their will join them. The Dominican government is pre- paring on a large scale to maintain it- self. National mourning for nine days has been ordered. Yesterday the cannon was Sred every hour. The city of Santo Domingo is in a state of business is suspended and the people fear an outbreak. To Send a War Vessel July naval vessel is to be sent immediately to San Do- mingo at Secretary Hay's request. The Machais now at San a day's will be sent. It is a measure of pre- caution rather than of necessity at the present time. Want American Protectorate July can advices describe the existence of a widespread plot by the adherents uf Jiminez to depose which it was thought would succeed. The as- sassination is regarded here as an in- dication -of the success of the plot. Pri- vate Haytian advices state that at a conference between the Haytian min- ister of finance and the creditors of the nation the latter refused to accept the proposals for a consolidation of the interior debt because they had despaired of aceomplishm.f a permanent basis of financial prosperity under gpres ent conditions. It is added that the creditors determined to agitate for .in American protectorate to end they are willing to drive the country into ho-eless bankruptcy and then in- vite American capital to extricate the country from its embarrassments. Port De July Ident who assumes the presi- dential acting with the min- has informed the widow of Pres- ident Heureaux that the body of her husband will be interred at Santiago de las and orders for the carrying out of this plan have been given to the governor of Santiago. It is currently reported that this course was decided upon in order to avoid the excitement and manifesta- tions which would be the result of the removal of the remains to the city of Santo Domingo. Foreseeing the possibility of disturb- and in order to be prepared for any General gov- ernor of has taken important oreca.utionary and has de- to Sixth FINISHING AT THE HAGUE Tlie Matter of the Conferences LieU Undecided The July charged with drafting the final acts of the met this and all the pricipal delegates were in I attendance. The impossibility was ad- mitted of arriving at an immediate un- derstanding regarding the fiorm in which the powers not signing the con- might adhere to the decisions of the conference. It was decided to leave this to subsequent negotiations and the convention to re- main open pending the settlement of forms of adhesdon. The plenary confer- ence met this afternoon for the nnal acceptance of the arbitration conven- tion. The signatures will be appended tomorrow. CASUALTIES AT CAIABIHA Forty Spanish Prisoners Released. Ijawton'v Objective Point July Otis cables these casualties in capture of Privates Charles Oleesupp of the Fourth and McDuffy of the 21st Corporal Thon'as Totten of the fourth mortally Privates Michael Herbert Napoleon White of the 21st seriously wounded. Several slightly. Forty Spanish prisoners were released. This town was the objective of General Lawton when he captured Santa Cruz and the launches m but he unable to. reach the town by boats on account of shoal water. FOUR NEGROES HANGED LOSS OF PORTIA LAID TO CAPTAIN FARRELL AND MORE ARE EXPECTED TO REPATBICATE CAROLINES Interest In the Cable Boat Following' Aliny In Imzou July compliance with an order from the Spanish Alva has proceeded from Manila to the Carolines to repatriate the Garrison and inhabitants of those islands. There is great interest here in the first attempt of the cable boat to fol- low the movements of the army. The boat left Tambay at the northern end of Laguna De Bay this after connecting the land by wire. She suc- cessfully laid IS miles of cable. It is expected the boat will reach Calamba tonight. HAWAII'S VOLCANO Island Covered ivlth Smoke Extends HI to Sea San July volcanic eruptions in Hawaai are still in full blast and increasing in The entire island is 'covered with dense smoke which extends hundreds of miles to sea. The Dewcr Home Fund July secretary of the Dewey home fund says there need be no Ignger any doubt as to whether a home will be purchased by popular subscription for Admiral Dev.-eyk The' aggVegtatb amount of cash actually received is 23000 subscribers. Five thousand dol- lars from the New York Journal will be forthcoming bringing the ag- gregate to Subscriptions will be closed shortly before the arrival of Admiral after a consul- tation with land will be pur- chased with whatever funds are on hand. The Athlrten Vlmlt July Harvard-Yale athletes visited Oxford university to- day at the invltatjon of the managers of the Oxford-Cambridge team. They lunched at Hertford college. Three for Revolting Criminal Assault and One for murder. July Cornelius John Charles James and Joseph were hanged in the jail yard this morn- ing. The first three were convicted of a revolting criminal assault on Annip 13 years old. There were no extenuating circumstances whatever. Bryam was convicted of the murder of his common law who deserted her husband to Ijve with him. GENERAL TOHAL'S TRIAL Court Martial for Surrendering to Americans Beglnc Monday July trials of gen- erals Bareja and others for the surrendering of Cuba will begin Monday before the supreme court martial. General Blanco has signed a deposition to the effect that he gave General Toral permission to all the district except Manzanillo. Railroad Inspection July Rol- lins of New Hampshire and a party of gentlemen interested in the Ogdensburg and made a tour of inspection of those lines today. They called on Dr. Sewa.rd Webb and then took a trip to the Thousand islands. IVhole P.vrty Drowned July Fred Clark and James C. all of were drowned by the overturn- ing of a boat in inawild region in Maine. The cause is not known. A searching party found the boat and the body of Clark. Cuban Fever Epidemic Ends July 28 Governor Brooks of Havana Wood reports the 26th no more cases of yellow fever among the troops or employes. The sanitary condition of the city is excellent. It is intensely hot. I think epidemic of fever is Shamrock Sails Tuesday July sailing of the Shamrock for New York is definitely fixed for next Tuesday. Captain Archie Hogarth will sail her. The strengthen- ing of the hull has been a complete and she is thoroughly sea- worthy. Brlrkmakcrri Cause Trouble July officials of or- ganized labor here declare the brick- makers strike is liable to precipitate a general walking out in the building trades unions with forces of 5000 thus tying up the building operations in the city. The committees from the Rrickmakers .alliance began their work today. The briclsmakers demand not only an Increase of wages but a recog- nition of the union. Masters License Failed in Running at High Not N. Jujy 28-rThe marine which has the loss of thf TiPrt fross steamer on Big Fish shoal the night of July has condemned J. Fan-ell as responsible and suspended his master's certificate for six but gives him a mate's certificate that period in consideration of heroic conduct in saving the lives of those on all of whom escaped except a boy. The decision at noon today by-Captain Canad- ian wreck commissiejiier. The courc de- cides Captain Farrefibvas guilty of sev- eral grave running at full speed though a thick relying too Fiuc-h on. dead reckoning to obtain his nosi- tion and not sounding often enough. BETTER MAMLA CONDITIONS. Temper of Native Population Changed Considerably. July 28. Lieutenant flag lieutenant of the under Captain has just arrived in Washington from the Philippines and brings some interesting details of the situation in Manila. lieutenant Elberly says that the sociakaBd sanitary con- ditions in Maoila are-better than is gen- erally in United States and better than weuld be naturally supposed after suoh a short American occupation. The city has been cleaned on an Ameri- can the military authorities are engineering the work with a large force of Chinamen and friendly Filipinos. The Chinamen are relied on for the heavy manual labor. The 'Streets have been cleared of ancient acoumulations of filth. and there has been a house to house in- which is still continuing. There has been more or less-aiatlve opposition to these toufthe people are beginning to see the value of the new measures and to accept the change from the old order. 3 r Lieutenant Elberly says it is a favor- able sign that the temper of the native population.hap changed considerably to- ward American occupation. When the Oregon aivriv.ed in March the native population wac dissatisfied and in an ugly even in the city itself. Cab hotel keepers and other semi-public servants rendered service under protest and even tunned down American trade in some instances. they have found out that they are a thing did not seem to be used and finding American official promises carried out thejf accept the new sovereignty cheerfully.. Compulsory vaccination created some opposition among the natives at its beneficial effects being it has also been accepted. Lieutenant Elberiy says that the health of- Manila is exceptionally and that even among the troops on shore tnere was little sickness from anything but heat prostration. One of the most important naval moves has been the distribution of the 13 little among the big vessels of the fleet on various stations. Through these small the lieutenant there is an effective blockade of the whole of Luzon and some 'boats have been sent to Cebu and Pala- wan. Most of the smuggling of am- munition and food since the arrival of the American squadron has been done in small known as which can run through the island channels where the fleet cannot fol- low them. The patrol boats have been doing business with these skimmers of the seas ene pa- tro boat rounding up 13 bankers in a snigle trip. It is thought that in a short time Aguinaldo will be reduced to a supply of purely home-made ammuni- tion. The soldiers in and around Manila are now well housed in permanent quarters or neipe which are built on a bamboo and are cool and dry. Even on the the sol- diers had comfortable palm huts be- fore the rains set except for the intense were very comfort- able. The rain had not started in in earnest when Captain Barker and Lieutenant Elberly sailed for home. It was well understood then that the rains would cut off all except by and that is given as the reason for Lawton's abandoning San there being a big swamp between it and thp railway that is impassible during the 'rains. JumpeU In rrom Of Car. July F. aged was riding with G. B. Evans and when they approached a crossing they did not notice that an elec- tric car was approaching until they were too near the crossing to turn in an op- posite direction. Mr. who urged the went over In but Mr. Clough jumped from the wagon and fell directly In front of the which passed over him. Death resulted before phy- sicians reached him. Mr. Clough was one of the most prominent lawyers-in this section of the state. He was at one time a candidate for lieutenant governor or. the Greenback and had held all the important offices of his town. He was an extensive farmer and leaves a large estate. He was well known in Masonic circles. Explosion In a Mine. July an ex- plosion of gas at the colliery of Coxe Bros. Co. at two men were fatally injured and five were seriously burned. Three mules were burned death In tfie passageway where the ex- plosion occurred and others were rornn by the gas. FIGHTS IN SAMOA Dissatisfaction On Both Chambers Leaves Because Decisions Not Sanctioned San July steamer Mona has arrived from Samoa. The conditions there are disturbed. Thore is great dissatisfaction on all sides. several fights havte taken place among the natives and more are likely. Chief Justice Chambers was on the Mona. He left Samoa because the high com- mission would not guarantee the de- crees of the court would be enforced. CANADA WON'T COMPROMISE England Must Pimh It Down Her Threat If Sue Does July Sir Charles Tupper and Senator two of Canada's leading statesmen indicate that what- ever may be the hope of a compromise in London and Washington of the Alaskan boundary dispute there Js none and whatever compromise may be accepted by Great short of the cession of Pyramid Har- bor and a twenty mile strip back to undisputed .Canadian it will have to be forced down Canada's throat. Both speak of the failure to arbitrate more in sorrow than in and both abhor and repudiate all thought of armed collision.' The most important fact comes from the minister of Mr. Mills. He told some of the secrets of the nego- tiations that will not be welcome to Washington. He declares that the rea- son the United States commissioners refused to arbitrate was because they were alarmed at the construction put on the English-Russian treaty of 1825 by the Canadian sections 7 and 10 of the treaty came up for discussion. He asserts that section 10 completely destroys the American claim Lynn but the Americans knew it and feared that if they went to arbitration unconditionally they must lose sover- eignty over that arm of the sea. Two World's Records Salt Lake July Two world's bicycle records were last The five mile professionar by J. M. Chapman Ga. 10.45. He also won the final heat of the half-mile tn 59 3-5 seconds. The record was aa even minute. Governor Holcolm Implicated. July Thp senate investi- gating committee has handed in a re- port to the which declares that the charges of fraud in connection with the recount of the ballots on the constitutional amendments have been sustained by evidence. It alleges that former Governor Holeomb misappro- priated of the amount drawn by him on account of bouse rent. Bruce Defeats Lynch. July feature of the picnic of the Gloucester Athletic as- sociation yesterday was the dory match race 'between Foster Bruce of Gloucester and Mark Lynch of which the former won by two seconds. The match was for and the national champion- and the men rowed three with tbpee turns. The race was a hot one. NEW TfCItK STOCK 1HABKET. Becelved through the office of George H. Commission Stock HOOOT 5 Burlingame Block. July 1899. High Low Clog ing. Atch....................20 20 20 Atch 62 B. R. C. B. 13S C. C. Cont. Tobacco D. 123 123 Fed. Steel 58 Fed. Steel pr Gen. Elec ...............125 J. Lea pr 74 Man Mo. Pac 48 4S'i M. K. T. pr.............37 No. Pac No. N. Y. P. 48 48 Peo. 119 119 Rubber Rock Island Reading pr .............61 S. R. St. Sugar Tobacco................101 98 100 Union Pac Union Pac pr ............78 W. Wab pr ................23 23 23 Wire Chicago market Opening 70t 71J 701 71J V2J 73 7a- 73 SI a 312 W m Oato. 193 19i m m MI m 1 883 892 880 890 i 687 645- 687 540 ECONOMY SALE... The sale of men's aud boys' suits and furnishings now in progress at Cutting Corner means iruch for the economical purchaser. Tnese last days of July before in- ventory bring new bargains every hour. Hammocks 50c. This is a small lot of 75c hammocks to close at 50c and are especially good for children's use. Crash Hats 2Sc. Both boys' and men's 50c crash hats in several styles make and your choice they last 25c. Suit Trousers. Previous inventory we select all the odd trous- ers from our suits and mark them at cut prices. This means trousers at SI. 82.00 and that are worth and S3. 50. English Are the latest style neckwear for this eeason of year and you will do well to keep track of onr offerings in this department. Fancy Jap handkerchiefs made in full shape wide end English squares at 50c. i i C. H. CUTTING CO. Special Diamonds and Silverware If you need anything in these lines go to a reliable where yon will get an assortment to choose from and where the prices as well aa goods are reliable Onr stock is comnlete. and in silverware We will engrave your initials upon your purchase free of charge Here's a Sample Bargain 16 pennyweight Silver Table only per set. 50 Engraved Cards with plate only I L. Wilson House The Popular Price Clothier and No. 113 Main North Opp. Eagle St. Just received a new invoice of Neckwear. Wilbur's double wear collars and cuffs. Congress the yery latest Ox bloods. See Our Window. f Aloney Back if You Say So. 6. FRANK No. 113 Main Opp. Eagle North 'Adams. Our Trade Demands It. Buy at our up to date market and be sure of getting fresh' stock. Choice Spring Chickens. Fresh Native Fowls. Spring very choice. Native Fat Veals Fresh roasts and chops. Fresh Made Sausage. Choice Heavy Beef. We guarantee our Stamped Eggs. Your choice of Elgin and Stamford Creamery Butter. Green Corn. Eipe Tomatoes. Cranberry Shelled Beans. Nice Sweet Tomatoes. Fancy Celery. Crookneck and Mar- row Squash. Native Cucumbers. Rocky Ford and Black Jap Cantaloupes. Large Watermelons. Stockwell Telephone 232. 18 Main SI Gas Ranges and Gas Cooking. Of course the advantage of the gas range is more apparent in the summer for the first and most powerful appeal that it makes to the user is its coolness. But after you become familiar with you find it an all-the-year for its economy and cleanliness and speed and ease are attributes valuable in all seasons. North Adams Gas Light Company EWSPAPERI   

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