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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 17, 1899, Wellsville, New York                                 r'  MONETARY C0?4F£RENCE.  ïïrp-.h'îr^« «î  pï < ïtT lor M  Ì. -ïî-v X j . A;  T- • s I»'- <«n ir ( 1 . . :,s.!îi-  Îi" ^ -i; ■ .'¡,J:j i.  "n tr.-i' Uv naM-. '  iu>' r i r. —r!Ti!\.-« <:}i.'riî.v h-for-  SÎ.» ni 'i. i!; b'-RÍn  i:« ■ ;rt îs-.â< rs'-. î'iii n .-. k. fî^n-  ^■r■^■> i>.!\ül il H-n : r ■•n wf S nv.i i? th'-'rr. J îr. ! tî»- "í?. t « "f th*?  s ■>■ .•!« .U)hn O.liZ'^M,  I'.-: • v-î. ^-lî--" K. !'ayri.>. Nt'w \V.>rk; J.-««.' .-t. ln.Î!tr,:\. Will-  Mîii L'>\i-r!rs:. M^««Î •.! h>i«"rfs; ('. raf.-i'í. K.ir.-ís-. Pa:;.' M<rit";«. Minne-H >t ' î:>îsr»-r..- F. I.f'M î. «'iüforríi.»-. lï !t sìa«!.y. T-A-.-ii-. J W. îiihovk Wi ' fT.'îîr.. an-l K.-rr «u* Ohi.» Tho coîrsTT-.'.îîP.-' ss ^.t-n^iiliTt-ì î>t í^m-  ÎJ- ^^jT,.,.» (IfiTH, ! î! t>>.1>ïf-h! of  îhi" '1-'Vis^i'-.^n'i «.ri" (if Uin  ?î -íír?, lï, r, î'^r-.-rt nn-« lî  %'.:lh IN ccî. a nî.ij.Tiiy «f tîi--  (-..■■: s-ïrltic"» Mr. is . h si! -  .-.f íhí- c-'Tnn-.'.tî—^ tni wriy? .\n<' t'-'-.-.rs nnO '--•-V'i^raî "thi r« aro r-s-rf n î.i'.v-^ îTsrn aro i!ì 'ym-  r-ithy Uh ih'' f mont to j'ut liit-r'.<r.î.ir> ^îanil,îr.î b'-y<-jrî(î atìack.  '^.sîhi^rins: pri%.>to .'lü'i  •.-¡i' i-'-i-'-i iMy >1.- ìrr.'Stiììar a«; îh" Werk Um-i the xìi-'-mln-x^  r. itur.^ vt !\ <», urtil  . : •'•> t tn-Tïtiîtv'- r...t A ìHibV.i: on" ;t 'Al ; --."'¡y £:n<.> isji 5U.-h for pub-  ìi ',•> Pi 5U!ts ìt'5 f-.r^'s-'S.  Î' ^-xX'—.-x-'à th.»; tí'-' - -•lì-" ^vill ; i.--; n,-- tv» ì> v> f ks p.r-ì tìr-y  5\ ^'x*-n>; r.-iu-il i -r. T^-* < imi-nltt-.- TT .ly >'.»-1 ili î-'i-ft ,i ì>iìl λ rì;---"; i-st" ir'-r th"y üiay oiit'.iîif ,ï í 'Jv r. A'íj'U'n  .-.t-i'-^ i '.''„r .n ííi-' y ■ , ^  T^•■•• --H; híVc ,1;'. ¡ir.j.  ■ *.'i ■ lîî.it \\>re  ' '/i ■ s-'.;:: v'oííí;;- Íw'ÍÍÍÍÍ; th-,  b:'! 'Ï > iry r-.il->n . ih-"-  .iry hi îi r p -"-t-'iì fa-  M^-.-^h'j î>> ili ■ li-tr.Uir.:;  c-nnt.stT îî'o HiU »v.ii \\ Sit. h i: \--î r-^î^-'!". nv ih.-- hou.<-->  C 'i'-w-!^ ini-;-:?',--- thi-' î»»'" -,r--î by ri:.ir\ iî.'î- ' .it. \ •• î>.!l "f t'h W.iik-i l:.- , ■•-r!:rUt» on  h."îik:r.ï: v.ii > < > '..'nsT^-ï ,» :n- lïiuor of  c£>ní:r!-'¿í.í. __ ■ __;___  rr. frtj! ror rTF*id«nt MfKîn'rT. NEW VOUK, Aî r.'- »7. -Th- r.r.t'lsh n'r. • ir Tr.-tî.^r.  h:ch .s::.'. îî'".--"' iri n: J.ip.tn art! ri-ina 1 --i l-. a cr.aii p .r-  î.i n v-Ty u;tif\i!  > -r-.biri.î; ,-n I'r.i:-?! Sta;< « .uvî Hiit!<h ;^>:r '--f prop,.1 ti-r-, pr->-  t ■> Mv'Kir.'ioy. Ti-.i- pir  li; v.-a.-- Í-TV ,ir.î ï \>y Tnit-•! ïîî.tîv.-xV-r-^tiî .-il Air..=Y. Th.- i?.''-  ì by :>i s" , :,i'î-m  .-ît Ar-, .>r ! ¡-- ('f puro Ik. ih» îU.tish rr-iî Arr.î:.. .il; . •>: ir^ '.-ÍÍ^'J: aitî.-tî .irrar,^--î A^ • 'rp.^ri^ snc p  aj-::ir Ì.:; .•^-■¡î t^ir. iV.iU-r. f. M. K.:i:..> ^ or-'t-.-y.  t 'NÉW TROUBLE IN CUBA  SPANrSH  Brîgaiîdâge Is Rapïdly lacreas* ìijg In the Interior.  TEOOPS SBHt AITES THE BálDITS  o fftr Ko^« flAVi  Will »•  Wh«a WHΠa  to «B< OII»«r New« fr»m H»»  • »5|tci fi! tiif Hay As«« ciatioii.  CANA.Î'>5i Alii;:. April 17.-Ti-.i.- N  H.w ...-i-tí îaki::^ «-x-î. o :v-thîoush ils  •.>• ir. s.- '.lu r.ii>t>rsSiip .tr>ì i;-îi-.,ik:r,.; ; \ <:;s ivir .in cntcriain-  l;:- ir.izcUïiv; to be ht.'n.i  on Au.;, i P-.-lroii.  Maiijr pemns bave tiielr good day and their bad day. Others are about half sicfe all tbe time. Tiiey have headache, backache, and' are restless and nervojis. Food does not taste good, and the digestion is poor; the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured ■with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and wor^ is a burden. What is the cause of aU this? lEDpur® Ijlood: And the remedy?  HAVANA. Apro IT.—D<ítaehmpiits nf the Kewnth ra%-a!ry. led by CaptaSn Hrtnver. Ciíptain Sickle and I/umtenant . Ttìmpkm?. were jsent afser iKinJIts hy^ Mujór' Genpra! Leí» into the districts j I hey have br-«'n terrorizing. The opera-t5ons against them aire under the general direction of Major General Dougherty, the Americati commandant at Ciuanajay*. The cavairymen have Cubans as fíuSíle». Four t>ands <jf Cubans from ths* camps of Uí'nerai Mayia RcKlrigticK aiiil General Delgado are also In pursuit of the "brifrasiis.  The regular cavalry cìelachTnent« were stmt toward Punta Brava,  Guayabal and the Toledo plantation, whore ihe bandits- are res>orted lo have appeare«!. Tln>sie- points are ^vithln a (Jiiitrjct 2» mlii»s isquare. The outlaws have probably sfparateJ. each .going his tiu-n way. othí-rwise their capture is Immhii-nt. »  Generai Delpaào's iiícn ■ pssrsuecl a band which t^nterpd Tt-Hx-ú-^ but they vv+?re unsuce^^ssfiil. owirc to the fact ihiit the American zviiirñ had strict ortlers not t«» 1»:*: Cuban ¥:.V.dsers ptass in Without spofhsi aiuh'irlty.• I>elg-ado appJk'il to (ieu'pra! i-»^;» for a pi-rmst an<l <'';iptaln iiickle was oriìere-i to ac-cmnpany him, ihe Cuban leavier saying: tliiit mi<ln;ííht was th«' t»st time to lake the outtaws by surprise. Wlten midnSRht came Peisrado reported to Captain Pickle that an attack was not practicable, the Cisban ssMiers having gone home and there beinu no trace of handit? in Toledo,  The l'niltHÌ Otates mlliiary authori-ticii n<iw recocrnsze iht> necessity of Rtcrn action and of rr.akins prompt es-arnpleii of oñt-ná^rs of th'i< r.aturc. Their depredatsi^n« have- bi'i'n carr)!.-J on in c!',»t;e proximity t»'» n^sany American iro'ipíí. and if the outlaws should  -no-i-Tbr-......íiauííht- niigrht  encouras»' «Hhers. Thí» Cuban'''"arínF was full of hard characters. The Span-' i.'ih f.>rmcr Rtierrììlas aiso provided pU-nty tif thi> material of vvhich ban-diti!'arc-made. '  Fortun.-it'eiy th»'- prohlera vf catching-thc.<£' f.'Hows !5 nuich easier than the Sruinisli ■ ftlternpt 'to capture Cubans ' under the olà resinie. becauit? the country- people who suffor from bripandage are readv to ¡ict a? ir.ffrifi-".^ anJ guid(?s. Th'- Cuban Si-itiH-r.-^. who are _ ■nvuch exVìt«<.ì over th-,» kUlins: >-f their \ people af Caimito, t^cvm- wiiang to t-s- :  ert then-i-sc'.vo« j-inceit-iy. - J  The Cuban <.>cneral Pedro Días .''í the Sixth army corps in th^-» province of Finer "del iiio. »»itr'Vii Si'O a month and the connnaniLof rural police in his provinec. . íso the propos:ì-  t'ion Olì tilo pf'tun-.V that the asr.ounl It'ndercd ".a?. tM.» i^malL Itrisradier Genc-ral .Ht>nry C. Hashivuck. c>>nin;an-dor of the r.-.uitary 4of Pinar del II!«». ras>.HÌ the offer so 5- >0.3 month. Tht'Sc figiuiúfí (.óciiera! Diaz ¡5 ca.-ssidcr-Ins wiU probably accept. His  force xvii! b.;- mounted, oach private re-ceivins Í a tnc-nih atui pTOvidins his o\yn equipnisTit.. ' >  Tiu' «iecrcf' con.-titutsni: the supreme court has btn'ii j»rvparcil wkh elaborate care by 'Ser.or Lasuisa. serrtitary of justice in Ger.erai Itrookè's advisory cabinet.-and. after ihoroush consideration by the cabinet ii ready to he promulgated. It fsiabiishes a tribunal of appeal in c'ivti and criminal pro-reedings.. vesting the ue%v b-cKÌy with full jurisdiction over such cases 'as formerly ivent for tina! aec:¿=ion to Madrid. The T'i'r^onnel of the court has not yeti boon announced, but the tribunal ùiìi consist of a president, at a salary of tS-OW (.\merlcah). and of  3,T.\l>Kn'>, Arri! IT.—Rio?. ct.inm.indf-r In the rhilip-psn.r®. rabli-ri th^t Major G.-neral Otii« ha« K.^anto-.i him a »afe cc-ndi»-«, ior hi,« chii'f j of stalT ."^nd anothcr ofRver wbom hft is ssotiding lo Araìn.sildo ■Rith a loitfr d'nnaiì'lìni; HVr.ition of ihf Siian-^ l^h prisonerf in thi» r.iirr.j? of hurnsnityj and  Intcmatictia! iaw. In the iss'ent of  a refusai, th® eommlwloners -srllt ask AgMinaldi» for ft dfSuite decìeìrtn Ir ttnUr ihat they may acqaaint ih« etvil» lied worid «Ith hi» attltaife.  General fUos has enìiK>were-d them to offft to s-urriprjder to Afulrtnltlo l.W Finplno prisoner» ■«•ho have hmn plaeesl at the .'^panlsh eommander's disposai bs Generai Otbl.  THE RAIEIGH RETURNS  She Reacbcs New York Direct Ijrom Manila»  MBT A PEEPàEEB EECEPTIOI.  A !ì«tml Vmrmû^ V» %ìim «It»» te e-mrnl*» t-»i»b a»d «awfc m In th»  Mfunh oa- Ifclrtjr-remrtb  efflc#riE Btui crrw, %'he waiship wm uncomr-'it-i!>?'•' f !■!•'.» but i-i! rviviii,-A c%»r»lial Tec'-epUon and ihf fw-w appAT-ftttly ttK»k STi-flit prlil* in show'any visitors i»vrr the »hip aii«l r^^rtlculariy Irs p'-'slniCinK out l^p K'on on Ihr »ta: board «-kf th^ poop divk ,'hst flrrd thi> fUs! s'v-t in th^» l>at-tU of Manll* bfcy. Matty rflall*-»-» «nd t^trtanat friends of th<* officer« and mfw flboartl bs* poon th«y r-»u}dl n^ach th«» pidp of thf» vi-s«,! «nd ih«* tlay'« celebration conciudfd with thc»^ g-eceml and individual rftctytjoiiR.  ENGAGEMENT IN CHINA  'mmrrmú %!»• O*  REBELS CONCENTRATING.  S«Ter*l TltoQ««nd liatli^Mi^ the  Ke'rtli Ksd nt iMfntm IaI»»^  April 17.—During- th» ab-Pence of Major General I.-3iwt.«>n's expedition la B-anta 6nis district, on the sotst.heastera side of I^ag-tjna de Bay, the insurgent» have» boi«n concentrating at Tjortherti end of thi» laku, near Pasig and the Aroerlcan sccats report that, several thousand are already thtre.  Major General expedition  to the Laguna de Kay district re-cm-barked. anchorcti for the night at the head of 'the lliver Pasit; and has returned i.i' Manila, bringing; all the men and the cainured Insurgent boats.  Its objects, namo'y the capture of the insurgent? beats? and the distrSbutlsn of the proclamation, amphaslsed by a se5si<ui of American powtr, .Ihroug'houit the lakfr region, have been attained.  Genenil Lawton immediately beg-an preparations for an important expedition on land. " -  Thf're ha.« been no tlghtlng on the lake for three days,. ■  Two hundred and , fifty Chinamen, from Santa Cnis have arrived here. They left the to'.vn owinsi so their fear that the rebels, on re-etuerinir it, would wreak verseance upon ihem for favoring- the- Americans.  Vo1ont«>#r» Tir««! of Soldleria®.  WASHINGTON. Aprì! IT.—The desire of the volunteers lo return to this country is evidenced lis - a report which s^howí^ that of those wrho have been offered . opportynity to re-enlist, with the pfTe-r of a bonui? in travel pay of over'^TsW, only about T per Wnt wit! accept. The voixmteers it is stated desire to come home by■■ organisations Instead of indivl^Atially., Some, dischar&ee ^ofjndividual iokiiers'has brought  as  a ruio Generai Otis has bi-^eti dSap-' provinij all appHeaiions for discharciei except in the case of sick or wounded and disabled soilders. " ■ '  XEW ¥ORK. April 17.~The cHi'hm-tlon attending the r«-tiirii ot the crvisfr Kaieisb fr«m Manila, which had to b« po-^iponed owlnc 1» the. warshlj^'s late arrival, finally t«K!k |5iace. Th-- i?a3-'is:h ■ acoomp.^nied by twa small war vessels captured from the i^T-anlards lapt summer. and a Reel of abosit escurslon steamers and ttig bmiiM. paraded tmm Tompklnsvllle to Gr.%nt's t9mb a from there back to anchorase- in tii« , X/irth river, olf TI|irty-foiirth street. It would bave bi«« difficult to iiav© selected EKore incleéient or dlaayree-able weather than iÌJttt whìeh prevailed alLthe l!me> thmt the Baleigh was paj insr in review before- the thotisaads of enthusiaartle people who lined the river banks and g-ave her ihelr hearty cJieers of welcome hom^?.  The cruiser did iiot . leave her anchorage o® Tom-pklnsville for tfee parade wp the bay and .the Hudson river UKtil shortly before tsoon and an hour before that time a drixsllrtir rata commenced to fall and this mmn turned into a stiiady down s>our which continued the remainder of tlie day. The air was raw and th'? ofHcers and men of the ,Ra!et.gh gtotni upoiJ the decks three hours drenclied- to the skla and ehivering with the cold,  Abo\2,t 11 o'cl.vk the large steamer Glen Island arrived carrying the citizens' reeepti&n eomraiitee. headed "'by \ Mayor Vats, Wyck and al»« having an ) b«3ard a ntjmber of invited ' gia«!». deleiratlon ircni the.comiriilttee number In,!? not more than a.score, "boarded one of the police boats and went to the Rai efgh on her. All hanfe on the cruiser were called in quarters and Mayor Van Wyck and the otìirr"^Ci3ffi5nllti-e«men were received with naval ' forro'ailty. Captain Coghlan stood at the gangrvray and received the visitors, and escorted thein imm.e-diately to his ,eab!n.  The cene-monles there wtre very brief, ■consumiTJi: not m.or« thatì five minuteK. The mayor in a few words -welcomed  Trmoaport Sesuitor at Saa Francisco. . SAN FPvA-NCISCO. April 17. — Ths I'niled States ir.inspun Si-iiaior has arrived from ^^fanila. She bi-ousht only three returning is-ildlcrs.  POPE LOOKING WELL.  Tit^ij .Aijiilng:., Wa» Cs-tebrated tn St ivter's Caihedral In liome.  IK.ìÀIE. April 17.,;; The ihank.-?pivins mas.'! at St. Peters cathedral, w'hich was; p.i.«:pi-aed on account '--»f the i5lne.-=? of his i'.oHnesi from tiie anniversary oS the c.sn.mation. was celebrated in the .Ba-siUca. which was thronged with dip-lom3t-=:. repre.?critai!ves of the "easterc partlarchal*?# and foroism notables.  The p-n-e eatered by an interior staircase communicatsr.j; %viih the chapel oi the holy sacrament at 10:30 o'clock. H« tvas prece<ied by'a procession of "cardinals and preiat-v-iS. In full Vestments and svearinsc the triple crown, he was carried along- tho great nave, in the Sedia Gestatoria to 'the poniiflciai throne, the consregatioft raising loud acckimation until he iook'his seat.  Cardinal Camillo Massella, .prefect of thè congres^siion of Sacred rites, celebrated ma.«.?.  , At its. close th« p-ope solemnly~'-gav€ his blessin.? and tvas then borne baci to h&B -pTivate apartments-, amid renewed acclatnationa.-  The «supreme P'-ontiSf looked. as T^'ell as-before bis ilinesis. '  ï  . . . > Viee-rri-sildeat Bobarfi» CoBditlOB.  The Ninth HUihus volunteei-s and the Second artillery were reviewed by Governor General Brooke. General I.ee and General Gomez'. After the parade Gen-cral Goms-K and his, daugbter |ald a  visit lo Gíi-neral Leo.  Señorita' Gomez wiìl return to Santo rnanhv.ro this week, bui her father summer, will probably retnaiii .here indelimtely.  DEATHS ^FsOLDifRS.  Genetal «tU Mak^* a Beport to the «"ar It«partmPí3t.  WASHINGTON. April 17.—The fal-Ibwins; cablegram froni General Otie """íTMaBla'-was'received, at the war de-partuunf.  "•Deaths ^invV last repori; s:r.aapox— A.pril K s. Noble, recruit. Kisht-  efnih liifantry: Sth. Nathaniel J- Frick-ett private. Company C.. Twenty-thsrd infantry; Uth. Juiias Hohiktd. corporal. Company N. Fourth infantry: 13th Algernon tiardiner. private. Com-ninv G. Fouriii itJfantry; John Turner,' private. C.nnpany H. Fifty-Sltst  . ^'xiphoid-f« vcr~ Ai.:;il S, Chark« Kai-ser." corporal. eV-mpany F. Fuwt Nebraska. ' . n  Fever, •undetcrtinRed — April i*. | Chark'S I-Xdiels. r-i-'vate. Company B, ^ First suuth Dakota.  Dvs. nter.v- April 13. Albert H. Whit-aker, ser;:eant. Com.par.y A. First N<»rth Dakota. '  ■ Suicidi—-April It, Brigs?», pri  vate. Company G. First Wyoming infantry, real name Harry D. Wická.  Fhowji last. v\-eek. He is abìe.. to partake of hearty food, sits up about a half hour dally now in his room and is a catiStant reader of newspapers. Hp will rx^main here until i^omiCtitne in May and then. If his health permits, will g®  York, extended the freedom of the city to "th¥~"daieers-and men. apologized i-ar ths disagreeable weather and assured Captain Coghîaa of a hearty welcome, tellinsr him that the citizens "Ql.,,X'ew York hop-ed noon imder more favorable climatic condì tian« to give a trreai demonstration' in honor of the return of ali of Admiral Dewey's sleet.  Cap-ta,in Cosrhlan replied briefly thanklnp- the ma.i-or far the: espres«io of. New York's ho«5piiality and dvtiar ins the sa.lisfaetson of himseif and the other oJîicers and the crew of the Rai eish in bavins: been able to «erve their country in Manila and their happine in the return to their naîive land.  The committee did not stop abi,^ard - moment after the formaHtie.s ,Oi the were over.^but rc-itirned to th«  . shore.  Preparations made to set under  way for the j-^irade. The îtaîeish headed down the stream at the time and when .^he raised her anchor .and swuEsr around slowly the whistles on all the -craft near her shrieked a- sa lute and all the propîe on the «car Sion boats cheere.d and waved handker chiefs and Oags.  The, Glen Isîaîsd led-the procession of veRiels and' the Haleigh .followed just astern of her. The Aivarado and Sandoval took position off either boat the cruiser and police boats. ' tugs'and excursion boats foUowed -in a double column.. Nótwiìhstandtng-' the heavy -rain the weather'Avas'not thick- and the Liberty „statue was in plain View, from the point of departure.  By.thé time the Raleigh ami her. es osria: reached" the southern end, of Riv erside park the rain had not abated ir, the least, but the enthusiasm instead of failingr osT iacreas-ed ^both on " the vt« sels and on shore. The boulevard and the paths in the park were crowded by the people who had been ^vaiiing there an hour or more, 'all drenched and chilled, but with one thought of doing hor.or to the iva-lei.s;-n. Two shore, bat  to Champlain, near Plati.sb«.rg-, tor tht teries tv.-ed a salxite near thls'point an  people along sisor:». in houses ar.c ii-i ,small , lauricheS ■ iireij oS, ■ canor: crackers, revolvers and shotguns, wlslk' a half doiiin '-locc-TOotives or.; the rail road track that runs alcing the river a? that point added to the deafening nofee-by bi..n\ins their whistles all the' time that the Raleigh was passing-,,-  Just before .arriving almost (¿S Grant's,tomb the cmiser slowed down preparatory to turririg and while the  Arm  HONG KONG. Aprii IT. — The vil-Japers of Tai Poo Su. on» of th^-^ rsewly ftcì-juìred pl.Toes in the Priti^h t.'rritorj nn the Honsc Kong m.ainlan 1. wh.» bndv cut in reN-'liion on i'>ìr}ay. burn':-d «■••m? of the Brltlfh mat ih^d« and ihcn r. iSred to th« biPfi, ftrr-d tip'm th»' Brlt-l«h Ir-v-T?® "-^bo 'Rer.' p»nt to cju---:! th Th«» Pritish niturncd ih-r iirv\ scatterinir the Chin--«f and kiHsn-ä; ponv?. The Britì.^h suitervd no casual-li«.  As the restiit of the connicl the rov-eriwr of Honir Kong went Immedlate-in lise cruiser Brlsk, with another refimenì, land«^-! and bofei^d the Brìi Ish fia-B In the Ko-w t^-^itn extemion, The Chinese headmen sent a deputa-  NEW CUSTOMS RULES.  tlo-n to apologise for the disorders.  An Aftk»« Shnot» M III«  LONDON. Aprii 17.—The St, Peters«-btirn corresfKmdent of Th--» D.iily Mail fays: "An Afghan feas been arr»>sted on Baftsian terrltory, to which he had fled after makinir an attempi \ipon the life »f the A.roeer of Afithanislan '«.itti a revolver. Tlje bullet nìi^sed th«» amicr fe-at *otroded an Afghatv stand  log- cear,"  Win  HA.STÌNGS, Neb.. April î7.-~Misa Viola Harlocker. the ^tenoírrapher ao eused ot trying- to kill Mrs. C. F. Morey by 8«nding: her a box of poisoned bon bons and ■who disappeared several days fo. returned to Hîtftînç». accotapa nied bv her mother and friends and will face the charges a«aiasl her, analyste of the poisoned candy tóows that each bonbon contained four grains of arsenic. Mrs. Morey aad Mrs, Oas-lln. who ate o£ the candy, are out of  danser. ___  Ab Aged CoBpt« Kin*d.  STRACrSE. K. T„ April 17,—Atî a|r«<2 eo-aple -ef Merophl?. 10 tnllcs west of Syracuse, were struck and lr.:itanUy killed at a crossing in ih^i viHasre by a WesC Shore train. They -.vere drivins the track and the buRcy and  woman were eaaght up on the fttírin». The man was thrown ïi.>m.d distarçce. The .«kuUs OÊ both s\oro crus-hod in. The horse was uninjured.  »ea.tl^.!Br »» EneU«h IaAT-  liDXIK>N, Apri! 17,-^Ladr FraitcT.'s Ann» Emilj", Duchess of Marlboroiish. dauRhter of the third Maraula of L<in dondcrry, .and.-widow of. the se^-enth Düke of Marìborouph. died suddenly of bronchial catarrh, after a short illtte«». at the residence of her daughter Lady Anpe. Emily. Duchess of P^í5Sbursì3, widow o£ the eeventh Duke oi P.ox-bursh.  raptJiio Ctwfe ANNAPOI.IS. Md.. Ap:n K.—Mne. Cook, Wife of v'apta-.n Frank i' -'k. uho commanded • the Br»H»kI>n dur.n? tht-laie war, dlvd her-.- ai;cr .i iir.s--rsna iilnvsj. <'j!itai!i Ccirk had bled and is d to arrïVf ,n Ne  Y-irk shc-rt;y. .Mr>. i.\>..k ie.s\!.-3 t sons, onv a si;r;;.-.>t*. and the ot-ur a cadet, botij in th.- pá^y.  IVeltEium Stinci« to SlrtSs«. CHAIILKKOI. H.-í^ium. April IT.  The Naiioral Fí>^íeration of Miners ha.-i if-sued a <-aIä f.-.r .in iîmr.eâs-îï'' strike for a '2 p'-r tent incr^.ïse m w.äs;rs in aU llîv four ureat loal b.isir.s ^'-l ït'.-'.SLium.  Only the frtr-tures of the mediaeval« rack are comparable to the ajenies wh.:ch many tvonseti •ttiTer throuffh  imBiiSjSi  hcf Apply to C«ba, ' Porto Rico «id the Phîtippiacs.  lïïSf ISSÏÏIB BT THl PSBaiBEtr.  Mmâ» m S«îiK'F%rt ®f »ic«.  Philippin» ihr®«»»!» Admirtoá Ww^m of Vmtw «»■»«■»»  I«*  W.K^SÎÎTNGTON Arrn 17 -Hy rlir^r-tU'.n <.f the r-ríf-! l'-rc ï'--îiiry  Of War Meikîf-j.^^'-. h.-u^ :-,} ih-îi^-sririi; ¡n.-ítru. isors to -îh,- îi-.liîary ay-ihoriti>--ïi in <'u5".-4. Por'i.j il.«--» icsui the P]bi.hppines:  First—-The ptisidenl dif-^tr.«« tbai Gtj-anîra b- m.-idv .i «^ub-v^-rl «.f P<-.r-  to îtico. It La sard lo tH> -me of Xh*^ bfüt nat-ural p.crts in th,-»- ifhind uf P.>rîo Klv^o anî m"reh-i".;-= an:î plar.îcr.5 esii-mat'-^ the etjv-srîi: fr^-'ra th" district ît «»or%-es in «tuaar and cotfc- alono  annually, «.hUe th»» imports are o.=itlmate-d at if ïv-.l quite;  as iarçre a yarn.  Secord -The rrig=;der.t díreí'fs that arllciies of íhe growth. |.»roduce and manufacture of the PhfUppine Islands, esiKt-rted to a foreign country and re-tiîrr.ed withL-i-aî hav':nîT '.ven advanced In vaîîîe or ¡mproved in tondition by any proie?-.* of r.sanufiivturi?, or nther mean.«, and on which no drawb.=irk-or bounty ba? been a-'.owed, shall be admitted free o* duty,  Third—Any rr;crchanrii,=.e found <>n any vessel çEterinî; a Oaban port which is not Included In lbs v^sml's roaaifest î?halî f.irîeit an ami-itinl e<ju,Hl in value to the merchandise not manifí'síed. All such merchandise belonging to or con-»5îrn.ed to îbe officerà or crew of the vt^coi hkevilSi' forfeited un:e.«s U  GERMAN WAi^ VESSELS.  0»ty Two Arm Slvmr Mm IIrente S»lw»*e, Oihar« Uo.  RKÎÎTJN, Aprii 17.—The prot«flt«5Ä rru!«<^r c.>rmorHnt. according' to re-Uabl.; íííformfiíton i.« just now XÌH' ooly German Vf>.«<d on her way to atrt^ngth-rn the German force at Apia, iFdand«.  The Ktinb»)at M^xyvee hss arrived at Matups, New »ritain. off Ih« c"»»t of Kaiser Wsîheijn'.^ Land.' the German prot'" (orafe in S luthea-^t Papua. ìrom t^hi'^h } i»inl e»h»> may be «rdered tö Apia íiíeedily. if th" «ituation dematïd,  !l. th the Cormorant (l.MO ton» plucem'nt) and the Moewe (Mt dispìaciìmenìi «re much smaller of less n^hling power than the tîTte^l criu.'îcr Hertha t«m« dts-  piftcoment) which ».« now on the way to Asian waters where on her arrival tbe total German nquadron win hav« a, displacement of ton» and aa  equipment of S.W men.  The prntected «rulser Geler <1.T«« ton.f dlspíacemení) ».<» now besmnln« A cruise ulonp the Pu'dflc coast of the rnited States'.  B4>Moa r«» «orniAny« M«*«.  LO.S'DON. Apri! il.—The Berlin ew-respondent of The Time« augïrests «9 one reasron why «n endeavoT lias been made by Germany to differentiate iln© at titu lo of Gr?at Britain froïsa that ut the I'nited Slate» in the Saunoan affair, the fact that Germany im in difïlruît commercial negotiation» wiîh the United States and that cha^-viniiit ai tacks on America mlffht have awkward cotsßeiiUfnccs. Ke add»;, "itoih FnsUî-.nï and the United States bavo every reason iti desire an SncresM of Paron Von îîuelow's authority an4 imluvme. ,^ince. In the comm,ercial n«-.qoriation^ with both countries, he ïta» shown that, in . Khiînsmh* WiUlam'« x^ord.-i. German foreign policy marcfe«« •und»r ihe ba.i%ner of international trade and trafile.' "  ?hall be clearly proven ihat the i.'mlsi-sioa was r.ol the result of fraud id" coi-lispion. in «iuch case the master may  be'allowed to correcf his manir' sf hy and'Tjasidess' iTtvenilo-n and-the. means of a i>,-.;it entry. Should any package or article namc-d on the manifest be, m,t-£i?in.i" on the.arrival of the vesBel. tae master is compelled to pay a penalty of f! per ton rneasxirement.  WASHINGTON, Aptil 11. — OíStíal Qerm.an cinles here,are not a Hítíe amu.-ít-d at the latest Chineife tww« which ascrilK-s to ilmperor WHUa«t th« Intention to make his brother H« a German kinff on Chinese soil, statement in characterized as a wild  S of thcir deli feiiiiaine structuie. Nothìtig less thaii vmbi-araMe torment «rould ir.disce sensitivchTiìsridcd wotniin to s.ubnjit to ibe intolcrable tr.ctbods. of the averAjre doctor in deaisng with diseai^if ol this natme.  That there is "a better way " thau tbcse detfstaVìe " es.aminat3o:ss " acd ' locai ap-piìcatioas"' is a truth tihich seme v-oaien h.ave yct to learr, .-lìtheiigh thousands are aIrt-.Tr1v reioìcir.ir in the kr.onledge. Tl-scy bave found in Dr. Pìerce's Favorite Pre-scrsptjon the one unfailing- retnedv whicli heals ■  ìistliì^- I  letaìusne wxakncsj-cs aî their very so!:rce. This marvtlous " Prescriptioa restcre!» absolute he.-iltb to the intentai  o^^ani•^îu; stops «itrakc:n,;cp: draics and ol  cheering- and whistliîîl, and other noises'  lute c.f. guns. The last sh-oi had hardly- dit-ii away - when the Alvaradi^ and Sandoval opened with ibelr- iu\-tioj|iii, salute a.nd a battery oa shore joined in the tribute to the dead presi-deni. When the salutes were concluded the italeigh turned slowly at^ti heaà-^ td down the river, her^ esc-orts,.'.turning ai tbe same lime. . •>''' '  unies» the deficiency shall be satisfactorily «-.splained or accounted for.  Fourth—Bricks, glazed or ung-lased, for rsjrp as v. e;ä a.« un-  drcssid -, «h.iH be  admitted into^ a;! Cuban ports diity free. Articles'or tire ci.'iy -ntrcducrd iitlo the shaîi-pay r.oly Sw cents  per ì->ò kíl-a?. This t-> er.courap' the erection-of rnëîjerico? by the Cubani^.  F;fth-~The duty on crude salt shall be -A ci-r.ts and »n-i manufactured salt &9 cents per Ii« kìì  Sisth—IhveTîtors and owner? of p.a-tenis shall have the same protection in tb^ several island.-« under the military Koverr.mer.i of the Urdtcd States they r^ecv.Ne under the laws of the Frdted Stiites. The order spccially refers to owners of i-atecis. iaciudiag design patent:?, which have been îstaued. or shall hereafter be issued, as- well as to owr.er» of trade marks, prints and laV.-:.s v. h'-.-h are duly nfcistered la the Fritr-d S-îte-: ] ati-i^t oííií c accord-ins to the oí ihe I'nited Siatei-r re  lating tri prranl, oí i-at-cnt.s and to the reirìs-tfatìon of trade marks, prints and îabelSv ' " -.  The r,r,i-.-r furtair pr->vîde.>^ that an in-íring-ément of the rishîs secured by the lawful a pat-, .--t »-r by re.ffiäftra-  liorr of a rre.de itiart;.. print or labelf shsil subject the »n or party  to a'l th" i-r-.sted- atil in;-  î>;. Íii- ;.ì-.vs .-f ÎTniti-d States V hich t< i.ftt-- îi> su-'h n-,aîtej:t.  il is pr'-.i i-i.-d. iVis.> r, in sacîs caïS!',l as .ib^-Vf ;;-ie:-rt:oried :hat a duiy ct nifa-d co:-y îhe p;-.icn: v.r of the c^rtitlcate '-»f r»-,s-'.-stra!;,>n af th'« trade mark, print or l-'^b-.-l must bi- tiled in lîi'- j efîïce of tue j^ov, sieuvr.^î v»f the island in v\hî.-h is d^■•ftirv■d. To this ;s added a second, vsx, that. ri-^hts -.--f j-r ::ï 'i<iU-nis. ar.d trad«» m.,.rs<s ¡frc-i-^--! ih»- scxer.U islands and »-th^r territ<iry lo persv.rjs ur.der th.-- S; anish i.iws sîi.ilî be roi-itei-ted !^<. svin;»' as it such law«» were in ful; force in 5-.iii3 or I'^r-ntory., _______^________  SPANISH APPOINTMENTS.  it Ss announced on the hi.e:he^t autftor-iiy. can be «ùd oí the allesred interview publî,«hed by ih«' Paris Soir aÁd cabled to ."ïonie American r.ewypaper?i quoti»«; the tÌT-^t secretary oí thi"; German embassy in Paris' as sayicff that the .\nie7Tcans mus^t take the re.spor.ajfcHity for all thai has happened In Samoa and that they, ititoxicaied by their victories over the Sííantard?. consïdtr them,=:elvcs a miUtarj' nation of the first rank.  T« Tvy Càpt&la  lîKllLIN. April 17-—ît is asserted îîiat Great Sritain has ofHeially admitted that Germans in Samoa ar« oaîy triable bv the German court« at\d that, therefore, orders were sent from Ia'B-don to have Captain Hufnagrel. manager of the Gorman plantation at Vatiele. where the fatal atnbueh was devised, handed over to the tîerman au-thorìtics;. the ccimmander of the Brit-' fesh cruiser Tau ran ga iran.«»fprrin« hin*. to iho cnmrt'.ander of the cruiser F.ilke.  BEHLIN. -Vprtl 17.—The entire German iis srreatly alarmed by the news that Emperor WUliani intends tc introduce in the Prussian diet a government measrure ereatUig the- cUy oi Berlin and its suburbs intcj a e-ejMtrate province and . largely destroying tht present-¿elf-governmeiit of the mank-i-pality. The Berliner Tageblatt pub-lishee further details of the plan, whicii it says has existed for rome tiine. IXt Rcichsbote and Oithcr consefvaUve i«-pers apiTove the project.  L< »NDON, April 17.—Tfce res.Dondc-nt of The Daily Telegrapli Wfes fouiid tlu' coutriist between the glìtter-Sng ceremony and the debUitat*fd fi^ar»;' of tho poj^? "mi.'>re painful tfean  suis; "The whole ceremocty unduly hurried. The popt» lii siti aitt-ndaist afterward: weak i feel, I wonder i£ t&is Wtii do-Au t.-! history as my last appearaace at St. Peter's.!-"  CvruiMQ Craiter I^MBMMEIMA.  lUllSBANE. Q^eeensland. Aprii IS.— The German pi-otected cruiser Corsno-  SlClAUYviCuAoitiiìwosMTÌcllìOUBUa  SAMTÄL Am SAW PÂlMETTO-ETÇ ne  iiiSia in WtiiHviUe by S«ith & TeiiPte, Cea-, ...  ^^¿^esîm^orto^nMt^ ^tìd extended personal welcome to Ih«  . vigor  lo tbe entire con.*titation.  It is the perfect fortifier ar.d regulator ot woTuea at every critical per:<>d la thesi dcvclopmeiît; from the. time th^y  tacrRe into womanhood vrntil the "chanst of life." It it the cue mcdjc-ne which ciates tnotberhood safe wnd AÌinost free fiom pain.  A ladvtivir.R at 7 r.îTfc Avcnft,«-. tt:*..  Mm. KmiN- How«', -write^r " I. my^J. -^a-e^scá a locg linir frvim ffîii.i!« vií-.iVhí^-»-'^ and ^-.-.-trr.?!: ,  to be ímííu: into a dicHaf;. Tt»- k ixvitles  The run foar.choraKeoKThlity-fourth. of yc«r • Ki^-vrite rrtr>crietio'.c «-..tí .t ■<■0«-,*. rr-e  .reet was made sloWly and tîîeii sa,me j J™« » «.hu.sia..m wa.. displayd as 0« the  street  enihusia.sm run up the river.  When ih«- Kalelgh fjaallj* anchared she was surrt>unded -Imroedlatély fey a fleet of excursión boats and as^ fá?-t as these could r*.-ach her gangway |h« people alM.»ard climbed on' the cruiser  «ÄCACJ- of \xjur m«îsc!ûc."  The be«.t pop«l.-iT= nscdìc:il bonìi »a i^« «r<kTîd i» Dr. R, V. riercv -- ilid-  »tTAled Common .«^-nse Medical .\dvií,er. lì will be s«nt frre. p-un-ï K>aad. ,ícr st oite-cent stam^-«, f.- />.jî- ' o/ fsíiíj?;!»^  cn!v. .\ddrcss the ÍXx-tor «t EuîîâIo. N V.. or ««ad «tu»ps fot cidtli-boáad copy.  .«aaoati^ m »i«.  MADPvïP, Aprii i:.—The Oflicisiî Oa-rette contains a. royal deerce appointing the Duke of Aïvo» t-^ lie Spanish envoy vstraord^nary and minister plen-Spiitiituiarj- lo the I'nitv-d States,  Tt4c dtrcroe a!s-.> creates consulates at iiav,ina. Manila, ÎSoilo. San Juan de Porî».ï îiiv-o jínd v'seafucííoí:.  S-en-or l-arrcu, r.ow Si'^aish consu. at Antwerp, is írarcsí-c-rfcd to Havana; Seror.Il«.^aí5ía. now a: Shas3sh.-i), is .nft-point:;KÎ to .Manîl.ï, .-u.d St-uur Uf«ate goes-- ca Aöiwen».  yHW YORK, Aî.:-i: ir.-ïîobt-r! lilis-sert, fxi'undî-d the Central I^í.vm  anion in T^í-Í- and ubo m at; («ne o,' tht best L-tl>»ir me« New ITorlt  died al ÎIU-. rae îiî thit- city, lie u a^ i« ycaí^ oíd-  rani, en n^ute for Samoa, froHO has arrived here. She report» sitaA on March she struck a reef fn th^ Bis-, marck archip'-"ia;?o. between Kaisi-r %Vl!helm's Ijxnd and New Ireland, where shv remained fast for s^s days. The cruisivr will proceed to Sydney. K-S. W,. for repairs, „  SAN FKAXCÎSeO, April Fnited States steamer at this port 14 days from C«lla«9>. ïNfm thus completing her voya®« ïïteti. She will g<i to tfee Mai« ïuivy yard to be overhauled to her departure« for Apia ts-ttfe t&i members uf <he iS^nno&n commlssòos.  swMth «t * rïM»!«  KINGSTON«. H, Aprii erick J.- W. .-itbrrtok. ä et this oîtv, died of h«art K-as lô years old.   

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