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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 31, 1899, Wellsville, New York                                 S H O  E S  3 mmi ciii  r-  I  ■  «  iiíi»  VOU XIX NO. 305  WÉUJunrujLM^ K. Y, TÜESBAÍ octobeb SÍ ^^  Li  BRITISH SOLDIERS IN THE HANDS OF THE BO RS  LONDON, Oct. 81-(-pedal) CJ.u rV White wirea the war cffloa of (ho oaptare of the British troops.  The Royal Irish Fn^^lUera, the Tenth Mountain Battery and the (^louoogtcr-8hlr^ reglinont, which had beon ««nt out on the hills, were Burroonded by Boorfl aad suffering he »vy losses were compelled to Biirrondor.  FIGHT ÂT LADYSMim  deputy CH^F OF POL,CE 'COL BELL'S BATTLES.  Inapcfìtor Wllllntn \%. Mt I.Atifthllu lln* Aeiitn Unon rromot^d.  NEW touk. o,:t. .u. -inspr., tor Win- Scouting the Country Dally  m W. McLauKhlln hn» app Int.^l T . ^  Severe Eng^agemcnt Which Lasted Several Hourá.  THE BRITISH LOSS ONE HUNDRED.  îlrtft I,i!-i-i H.il.J lo Ili- ^îi-rb ÍMí-.Tfor II», port MiuU" til ih«- Hi ItHli Wiir <»(IU o. Itrlnk I'Ik'»''"lî >« Now In I'ro-IJ;««-!»» üooi« Now IClMIUW Tlictr AttHi'liH  lam  to the pofsltinn of ik'puty rhiüf bv tb»; polire rotìimi'-ioilfiiKis. Hp han b on an aftlni? (1. itiiy clili'f practically bìik u DPccmbor, IS'J«.  Mrl«iuf>hiiîi wnn ono of tho inciiihtvM of the forco ardip.-i] b'-fon; tb.- Lexow cornmittfic uf ni cHptiniî biilx-i^. Ht- »\<i}i Incllctpd nri.l . um irtcil. I''.tllo',sing tlif convU'tlon he was dismif:,««.! by a ri'Ru-lulion of the pctlk'c bi.aid, Jurx' 10, l^'^r;. On t!)o ISth of till- ^■;^tll(• monili the i. oUilion oí (llsmissiil v<.ii3 rcMrindf 1 n.i McL.niKliilii hid a jit.ij tl u  now trial. This ti.-iio ho wan ai quit ici. He was rci.storcd to <ln(y.  On O.T. 9, Mfl..niKlilln pro-  moN'.l to )>'• (Irpiily .'liiff. Th" civil t-t-r-vl.c b ;ird n fii«-,1 (o i n-.i-iiiizc thr i  pointtii'iit M. L,)ii;;hliii h-nl no; p;<> -i tholr ( x.'iniiiint inii. On Jan ;!l. t m-  p.ili,-, h.i.u.i If-Tln ii-ii the lt>;:uli,Ii..|| of  app.iinrm.Mit ;ii d j>iit McLaiuJilin back iiH an in.'Ap* 'i'!!'. M> Liiinrhlir! nuf 1 to Idliiju-I the bii.llii to Dì.lice liirn a d plUy chiuf. Tiui [Miiî ìr hüU ptindiiu;. .Aîc.in-lllllf the- Will!.:' !,Ì^V iV. iit ir.t.i .MTc. t iitid iMcI,;nR'.l!liii liad lo »akc an cxaiui-nalion. Ii.- was ili.- oiilv o!li( .-r wln' ap pli.'d and he p i:-s<'il ex.iniiii abin  with a iicfci-ntaí^c oí '.hi..pi.  Md,aus,h in in <h,ir.';!! of the b..r-ou;rh of thu lironx.  Around Bacolor.  TWO ENOOÜNTERS WITH EEBLEB.  One Artirrlcnti Klllnrt und Two OfUcvrii »11(1 Si* Wouiiilod -AiiinrlcRtt  IViNoncrñ Aro Hddiig TrPiilPtI—Hvturn of th«  N|>niiÌHli C!<iiutiil«i«lf>i«<i<r»,  r.OXPON, Ort. 31. -Tho u'ar oíRoc litre haa rcccivfd a diPi>atr'h which says C.fMicr.il Wfill" ha." fo\if.',ht an cn giur»mi'nt at 1-ady.sriilih, ijnsunuibly \xitfi General Jotilcri'si force, \v2ilc)i wna Iiu.sht'U back after several hüuis lh;ht-inp. Th<» British Innr about 100 nu;n find the lo^.'^cs wen; niuuh Ki-oat.-  rr. The i^o-rs '.vi i e in .laii;(.;r nuruber.-i and had bottc^r aniliery.  (¡orjora! d.spatcl), which na;!  dated at p. m,, rend:  "I employed at! the troop.q here, except the obliRatory Karrisoii before the I'.Mrk.--. 1 .'a.m a neuiiitani battery, tin: lioyal Iri^h FusiUerH and the GiouceH-tei.-i to take .up a pj.-^üion on the hül;-!. to ciear it.y left iiank. The. force moved at 11 tíuinla.v evenínu and, dui-inc: ;i-.rue r:if,'lil tii'tn;:, tii-r b:t;t-'. y niul- s stivrnpeded with some of thñ- Kntirf. which, however, 1 hope to recover. Thesti two baitalion«; have not yet returned, but are txpecied to return soon.  "I detailed two bripade divisions of field artillery and live batt-iUons of Infantry, aid'-d by c.iva'rv. lUid.'r Ceneral I'leiich, to atiaik a iioi-ilaon up'Oi uhlch tho enemy had mounted Kun^^ We found this position evacuated, hut out force wna attacked with cansiderabio v:t:or iiy what 1 b':!ie\e v. en* G meiai Joubert's troop.';. They had many kuhe and i^howed in great numbers. < mr troopH were J.11 in a. tion and We pii^hed fli.> ei.eniv L.ack .st v» ral ñutes but .ild not r<-. d in bid Kui;.,. f. Our  IftHses are estimaied at lielween iu ami litii but those o! the enemy must have been much greater, tlie tire of uur guiiö appi-ariHK very eliecílve.  "After belnc in aciioii .«- veral hours I withdrew tiie troops and they returned' unmoleHted to their canionméuís. The enemy are in Rreat number.s and their guns rangi; further than our field gunK.  "1 now have some naval k""s which have tciiiporai-ily tüenued, and, L h(ipe, will i>ernianei!tly dominate the enemy's besät guiis, Willi which he hns been bombarding the tüwn at a range of over 6,000 yardii."__  BATTLE RENEWED.  Boor» Again SlujlUnsr Town and «rlMli I ijjlitluji III rrofivt'.ns. j  I.AI'VSM i'i'H, N;)tai. Get. 3!.—-The ; navai briK^e.le arrived h'-re and haw | JuHt euinmenced firing with six ut'U'k-liriiib' iiUiiH, Willi grc.it preciijion. Th6 Doer 40-pounders, which liad again begun to shell ihi> town, were temporarily dlstibled at the third and fifth reporta.  Itri.'<k lightins i:? In' procreas, on. the right and left ilanks.  bayonet attack made.  lii itHh Troci»« lU piiliica Iiy . tho lioors Near :Maí«iUiiUÍ-  LCMtKNZO .MAIiQCKS, DeIai?oa Bay. Oct. A dispaloli received here  irom I'-reioria, under date of Oct. 2H, ears li-etieral - GrojiJe, ti\e Boer cuin-mluuler, announced there that the r.rltiidi KHrrison at IVlafekins made a. bayonet at lack on Commandant Louw'a laag»--r, near Grandwland, but were repulsed, leaving tux defid un the Held, and it wus believed that many of the OtlackeiK were wounded.  The di.spaich adds that Saturday moralng Colonel itailen-PoweU asked for an armi-'^tice in order to bury the dead. «.¡enera! Crouje consented to this, tlie Boers a.^VúsllnK in placinfr the dead in the wagon returning to Matek-Imr.  SUFFERED A RELAPSE.  Vieo-rrrsMi-iil Iloliai-t Ih .lliirh U'orMt^ mill Hm- Worst In l'"«'iir«Ml,  PATi;iiso.\, N. J., <»c'. — Vice I'rfMd- ni ih.b.iri \s la. h:i:- b-- n ill at hts home >uff<'red a rclajt.sc. li., liad a ."îuci e.-Hion of ell ikimj K¡'e¡.«, result-In«: if'Uu an iiiiperfei t aciion of the heart, an old atfiicC.on, c.impüi-ateíj XHith ínftnnTm.-ttioii t-hc «tom.!.'h. :Mi. Uobart has not b-aen abU> to att'-nd to his pilwite affaiia for the [>aHi twe or three day.« and an intimate friend ha.s b'M-u (Tivr-n a power of .attorney to  Kif;n che.K.-i .tte! .Ilîcîid to other rn.-Uter.--' ¡ F¡iipi,i„s ¡1,-irrat and Ül-f.  phy.'-if i.tfî ; that the  of ihat nharacier.  Ve- Fr—!' H-barf.-^  made .a «j.aj.-nM-n? admituni vice prcshieiit was funking.  The latisi word frum the .'^ick room is tliat N'ii-e l're.'ia.ient H(d)art w;is con-scaiu.s arni had recoi riized ìhose about Iììk bèd. l! w.as staled that tio immediate d.muL !■ waij-ieared. In faci, the i:ene7-at iiuiifrs.-aon seenied to th,i!  .Mr. Hci)a(! wouid at least live ^Jevcra¡  MANU,A. Oct. 31.—Thrf-o compunle« of Colonel Ufdl's lesílinent have had two rncounterr. with th<> insnrKents ! near I-abam and scatti ri-d lh( m. Th'--! ln;mr».;<';iíK l.-fi foui nftb ern and ei)iht men d'-ad on thr lirid and the Anu-il-can^ captui-ed tlirc" ¡irt.soner.s and s.-v-er.al sun^. íMi the AmerP.an idd-- one Americiin was kilh-d und two oíüci'js and six nun v»..tf> vsounded.  r ajoain r rencn took u reconnoilei inl; parti lieyond I.,al)am .after he had met the tin ioy anil waa relnf(irct'd liy Major lii.shop Willi two companies. The iiisuif.enls biamnht up cavalry rein-foircminls ;uul there wa« a ñ'-cond Íhíht, duiin.fî will'h tlielr h .id'-r, M.iJ'U* Salvador. Jtllle.i and many W',-re  wourided and carried riway  Colonel Jîfil hai; been í;iven a free hand around H.icolor. He Itan <>0 mount>-d men ficjuiiufr th- I'ountry d.iily and Ile y are kiiliin; many I'Mi-Pin(i> fn Jdurmishcs,  The .Spanish commii;«ion wliich entered the insurKent luieH a month aRO witli iooii'y p, leib-v- the wants of ^ Pev. ral ihiusin i milit.iry and (dvil .Sp.iljiyh piisoiu-r.s, iia.s rVlain>-(i to An-j geif.s. The conimishionerB report tli-at I they .■•'.pent mo:-t of the time m Tarlae I and ihe viianity where there are ."^ome ' 2(Xi sick Si..iai,ard.s in the hoindtal. The  them, re-  PLEADE0J3UILTY,  ft Yonii» ÍMWjn »«mlftniM»«! to Tbr«« T«ftr« and Hl« Mnnthii In PrUon.  Rí)CHEf-íTER, Ort. 31—William J, Hawkin*«. a yoim« laviycr tvpij known In this an<l other cities In the «tate, pleadfd sruiity hffore Jiu^f» Sutherland In the anjnty covirt, to nn imll 'tmont cbnrRlri? hini with forgpry nnd grnnd larccny In the fìisS deKree, and wa» .Kenteiict'd to threti yeir.«* .aï-.d fix rnunth.<i In Auburn ¡date prifion. He will prohably be tak'n to Auburn at onc<\ The lawyer hear.l tbc pentfnc", »jiparontly unmoved, and ■ t tlio end accoiripanied by bis lawyisr find (t few friends, to^roîher with the dep. iity sfheriff, b-it the room andd de- p sili-n co:.  Thf^ charges aKaln.«it Ilawkinn vvnîi that Willie aotlii).; in a confido tlai capacity ho Bwlndlc.1 OOP of hin cli'<nt'i, a wiiiovv, Mr«. Marirarot A. Prosfon, of firoecp, out of •?r.,H)0. Thla num It wan chat,i.'»->d Hawkin'! oJitalm-d »»y mcanB of !i for-'cd M.o.tgiiTe on the proi p^ ty nf Mis, Mar« KCl A. Uruff, a id >w of h.?.>, Comi ¡Uieet. It Ih allefí.'d that aftn' th" nrtit mortE;ni;e for $2..VK) had been drawn by Attorney .î, Fî, Kil-y, lie permitted Attoiney n.iwkiiiB to taki- It for the puijiM-^. of havn?: it executed at thp lieu-'if M'f IlrnfiT. a-: 'she w,i(i verv ill.  Hnxkire- .^-nld W lif^n thp pa)" r was returned it horr> îiTifi Hriiffq name an i the aclua<w!"df;nient RiiTncd l\y Wil iam J. Hau I.las as onniisHion' r of dff Ih. Thla v. aw in Si'ptiaober, IS''«*, nnd in Xo-VMiib'T follow Ini; the same o|ieral on wa« lep-ated for t;;',t;'H), In both in-^¡(an'-eri ch > kn w ei ijr which, It I'S  claimed, ilawklrm ÌMd c ibIm d  BOLD HIGHWAY ROBBERY  COLLISION OF VESSELS  a  V  N.it w;t p .1 Î. Pi A Tar:  tlilr, a-fiurinc; rc-w t. n. luK wife and Hi>hart liivi' he n Hummoned. to the resili' ìice o!. J'^e^••<le^t Hob irt. Th.  Bumneaun^T of thi-.«:" periamo is not regard,d .1 r,ivoi.i!)!e ind.cation,  i'lau viie n .!!■- Ill) rniard in fi-ont of the re^-eìenc» and everytldni- pnintfl to some .seiious ci.iudilioii m the Ha-k chamber.  TEXAS AND INDIANA.  Two <ilOur Hi«; lS;iltJesíilp« to (ft, Out ol <'iiiiiini'<HÍon.  >,n)t)'< i! . V .a < >.'t ,il - li -.riiil  at rhc nav.v yard that the hart!e.=íhl¡í Te.vas will pi>.-ii iv--ly jio out of eom-mis.SiO!i ¡lere. Iwo reasons are Blaled — on,:> ihat an ;i ¡iprojiria iion is not avail-ai)!e to rejiair her, tiie other that hei cr.-w of loll.!; lerni men are to be seni to tile i'hllippine Oeet and it is im-jiossdde ÍO t'iilis! men to serve four ye,11.:; in their piai e.-'. Not more than SM sailora aia- in reserve her(i' and 8hips cri'ws are laciiin;-;.  All olücial ii.-ri' says that tlie Indiana l.s als;o to be put ÓIU of comini.ssion and tier crew Hont to Manila.  IMovt'iHi lit of Our "V\'iir»hlj>s.  WAHHl-Ntri.ov. Oct. -31. ■•The Manh ville arrived at ijibrallar, en route to .Manila. The .Marietta, alao bound for Manila, ai ii\ ed at I'onia Delgada .'■Saturday. .-The M.irblehead has sailed from .^'aii ¡.»ii'pai for Acajiulco. 'I'iie M,assachusi.'!.is and' New York have jrone to .^^r-n "to xesi , the Mi«v<tui »ya-tein of, vvifa l, , a U'legr.ifdiy.  BROUGHT BACK MILLIONS.  fi:."ilu- to ioirr"!id<>r tlleiu, as Il a;: Other ^Tantsh prii-iner«, in tu« Uupu of coiid'elling, Spam to recognize the in<!ej»eîiileîic>^ nt the islands.  From Tajlac to iîamban. about two-thn-d.-: o! the way, tile c,,mnussioner.H Iravll'jd by (ram, on the Manda-i;ag-up.an ratl'Aay. Tili- remainder of the J'OnneV, î'r •')! l'a-illelTi t) .Vne'-b-a, they made on foot, e.-^f'orted by handsomely mounttai l''iiipinu cavalry. They wer<-reciava'd between the outpo53îH by a member of General MacArtliur'a staff and Were bronchi by tram to M.amla.  Ther-e are M Ami ricaî. prisoner.s they !<ay at Tarl.tc, all of wluari aia:; well tre.ii. 1. laeiil'nam J. Uilniore (.f  the United States gunboat Yorktown, whv> teli Iniii th.- haiidn of tlie insur-Ront.'i at ISaler, on the e.ayt coa.sl -of I.uzon, last .Vpril, Vvhero the Yorktuwti b.id gone on a rpc.aal niissinn lo le-  heve gat.  Till li-lt.-!  will)  the Spani.~h garrison, is at Dm-  11  immissSi-ne! (;. ner.il o iu a 1 a Í 1.  I; il  tioii by . asks a J ni!i;c(i\v ;  Acrnrdii aldo, V. ii.i irooiis aithoiiuh Aaiieric.ir} oíü- e eral L.i\>.i"i>. ia-La .Noche ' «Til  have brouKht a tiiiiri a relative  . ... . I .,.1 Lu, u enue Ihe a-Usa.^-Hill;»-'s otììcers and who uuervicw with tie-  f v -VldtiiK Hifi Hoe^s. ^  Oct. ---Act.'ording to a di.-pab-h-t/''th, T>aMv Mr.il,"ffotrTTm!-  ban, it has l.. .ti .¡---rfrtaintd thiit tbe Naial Putch have a-tady aKiii-ied th<» .Uo.jra. by c;u ryirig information u-gard-"Ing lie liiti'h movem-enf' It Rcem". tliat, aliiiou«li the lundinss. and departures of the troop« are cffifcled by night and ih( gioate.-^t ¡X". rt-vy ¡a inalti-tainedf yet tho enoniy somehow Ket'J Information despite the ««vwre cenaoi-nhlp. It also b"liev»-d In Durban that nut(di have assisted the Doers by polntinfi out liritisb ofncors in ilie  batlJt'.s. _______  S»lraon~CattB«ry »«m«^ , " fAIH haven?Wafh.. OcrSt—The Aberdeen Packing: company ^ caniKn'i"  huriR'fJ, l.uHS, $£!ii),6i)0;'ingiiraoce. 170,-COO. There were 15,000 c^isea oi catmgd wlnioif.'ift-, the building, and very lUUe was fiavi^d. " '""  Ttie < (ipe TSoiiie l>ÍMÍiirt ItleSicj- In <;obl 1 hail I he K|<MiiUk¡'.  SA'N . FRANCISCO, Oct. 31..--.Thé  steaiiit-r Leriha arrived here from Si. Mi<'hai !s with ;r.,') pass.'ligers, ' must ot 'whi.m are fr...ni .«'ape Nome district. The wealth of ih- Hin tlKi's, iiasse(ig.,a\-' is placed at over- $2,0(10,00«. Tile nui;-::s sa,v the district is far richer than tlie Klondike Itut not so ln-althy.  The Keriiia brought down trie body of i-'red <".ilïlin who cummiiti'd saicid at Cap>^ Nome .m account of tdck¡ e s Caffün w.is loriii.'rly a n sid- iin id (hnalia, bul w.-ni lo liie uorüi in -e:irci, of gold with his iniiíher aljiì had b,'.,!i successful.  Sevgrai of th.' pass.-nger.s are snf.-fi'iang^ from typhoid-pneumonia und were removed to iiospital.s on slretch-  el S. __ ............. _;.........  Had I'OIU- »ü 15:iltim<)re.  ('HiOAiPc Oct. (.'ilici of IVtec-  tiv( - (■ .11.11 o 1 111'.' 'Í a ti 1. 1 im from Laliit,..)!'.-. staling that Uaher  I-"- "--i'tVgò'V' ■  nuw- Ul JaU he-.-e'! and who is- sauf t.j have had Í- ".a-ce-^. b; wa)if»d in iba; f'ty for'Tivanylug four v^iimC'ii under the nam.' c.i Sn-rhns-- Orville TlnmaH. Tills i.-; «aui to be liiS real name .uui tbi I>I I -.1 ' dot - 1' H dt n> ir ,V| ,. i,. ,  S.-'-'.ti .Hti.,1, Phil.i klpliM. ills,» ílxinií? sh'» -J one of Farnsswuith's' VwVv'- ir d h i w : ■ ei! ' ' un ('u l.ij al) I to 1,1 ud h. I 1 ! I Uli.- . f tb< b>r littim Her ma»¡ouk phift» it joir .'go.  <;,iv«; niiiisKîlf I'p.  (-i.nvi:! w'P. o<i, ;u d. \ Sies\-  nrr, fnrmrrly otic nf th" rgcn'hfns th-Oiii'j Hfjiir. . '.GCi ev-  prj),l otiierp uas liMii-tfd bi the graiid jury 'lo à ugo-'up-'r tii - - b-.^rr ■ -'i: b,-liig mpWaied'in th--.-vy ii^'d ^'-ol.-.  inmf-lî Oi' t.. t;.- mih-.Mt-i-. île was bubsv'ii oitii itLa.i-d on btiii. i  c-ir s'ta". .>m.aii, .A g ii i liai T:ir¡a.-. with li.iinii . cniinue ¡1)1: w,ir.  I hiiih u¡uni Ml of Ih" and si.ldi'.-'-s. G>-n-•aüs G.îit-r.il de  Night i,;.'iieral), b.î-cause th.it coUi!iKinder h.ts attaiked iiiin Sil ul'li-n in th.- daikiass tliat he never kiae,'. s when to look fur him.  Aguinaldo is .said to bt; well supplied Willi arms and ammunitiun and he is aide to gl.-; ob-iiiv oi t ice i roui the níU'liiern pfi-v nées.  With tìie Si li 1 11 mm -.lor i i ime a large nunde r of w-un. n and cli)bli'en. bringing a w a i i n 1 il I b u i. ìg I Thcs'.' ar«'" th.- i.umuc.s .i£ eight pronu-nent idììcer.- ol i.he i'lnpin.) army v» h a recently ajg'ud ' ""tì ot'-^ lor pei mi; ( J 1 li ' î U) III s t.'i  Mntdla. Cpon ilu^ rtceijii of the mili-ttu'y goVeriV'r.s r.piv. ih..' naiute of which h.iH nil i h i 1 ilo women and cîniMren stan.-d und..'r c-s-  ia>rt I run 'la lines. Whiai .\Iac.\rthur i alifuu a mib' u hi'i-f till y ^ crodcntiaiy an.  1 1 t (1 ih ^ 1  ih'.y arnvfd ticnera. Olio,di.-d til.in ÎO hall b-yond oui- ouíj.i'.sts ,;li r.ia,iin '»vliile their la-in^ examined.  Sflrri'tfir.v of n St. I.oiilu <'nlil(< Ciinipiiny Uidlcn'il of 11 1.nKo Aiiioiitit,  ST r.oris, Oct .Î1. -R d)f>rt lì. .Ten-nlmiH, .sciaetary .and general m.anager of the bboadway CaJjie compaigv. wa^? "Ifcld Ufi" hl the alt'frio-n on ,i .■-ir''!-rar nc';ir th.' (oiner of Wa-hl ;;ton avenue and íír.iadway and ruld)e 1 of Jt'.O'» in cash anii about $7..'.00 in negotiald:.' paper. Th.> thieve.s csea.ped.  .Mr. ,J'-iimn;r<i v.as commi' from th-Rii-iim .n'a b.iak wlan- be hoi dii-vn th.- ii'oM \ tu p,-iy idï hia mea. As h wa.H lioaidiag a car to go to the curn-p.ii.y'-. (.11... thtce nan pushed him Into a corner and tüoK tii» money.  The p >lic.- report on tlie ¡-obbery states th.ai th" ni'n cot aw.-iy witn $1.0i:i in cas;! and .?!S,2T,-, p, n.a-.ot!:it)l,> ptp-r. A man who s.iw iju; robbery g.d a .goo' look at one <.; the r. bit rs, of -vvh mi he u'.av-e a de^ct.glion to th • ¡.i .liei'.  Sever,il y...us n^'ji .Mr. ,b.ai:an >8. who is an eld; ri.\ !v,an. w.-is lob'it-d m a s.indar nu'Hiri.T il'H a-'s îl.i.- t:; uore <-,-ip-tured and are no\\ s rv.ng terms ia trie perni-ntiary.  DAHLGRCN'S SPEED TRIAL.  Noî aê liiNt .i- r.j.itJitit < .ilio,J for i:iit  win i:< \«-.'. iit.(i.  WAf=:HIXi:TON. fx-t. r.f......Til" navy  depu-nn-ai has r i.iv.-d tlie f. ali-.v. ina, le¡e..;i .".pilli- p!eli.nimary r., p rt lioiit Caiitam Laaa-j at i'.-'Ub, M ., a n.e-b-r af n.i\.'l Irial iinard. upua tin- spted lia.i s o! Ur- ii'rpe ÍO :hi;iî ! i.iiia.;reti:  •■i.>;ibh;r.-n Hp.a-d !ri:il conifia-led. For tjO cons,.(an IV,■ tidnal.'es ¡boM,,¡»-d ot .'.a kn Ils. .Macîimt ry. s.';;-g,.hig aia] nrir.cM u\ .-ii!!.4 (JUHI-.UI S ;.ansî:icti)rv . '  Ti;e Caii'vii.a v a« tu ha'.e ma le "OK kno-s uadi i ihè ¡ei nis uf ib.e ci^atiai t, bxit provlsa":)'.! |s naulr for her ac.:eptance if K;!e shiluid not fail more than h ;lf a knot, below that .".peed, tiiòiigh with a s'a,gilt d..-dm tii.iu in liiat case from th'.* ;'i.)al rat t price.  Miint; l or Iweniy í n.in-unil ItolUi rs,  ALM,VNV. Oct. ;n. Iiisgi:. I..I K. I>>.LII of the sgiti- ti.cird of ciiarities, whose rf¡(oi-( lo lie- b.sp.d last sumoa-r on the jonditains ..-xisimg in tiic st.ue Inati-tuliiiu 1.11 _i e, li.i o's isl.iiid. w cha.'l'y respoi'.siiil." i".>r tbi* n-Hignation of Su periní. ri'i. Ill ( a.riichter, Ii.ih bri.iu.ant sui; .(g.iinrn .S!i|'eniite!:4-i-nl ''a.rpenter for (1(1(1 t\->-o ieiua-s i.ubîisbed  in N( \\ V.iri; t'ity n. w. i-.!per.', attack itig liim for the saililii.:ailon of hia r p.li I  0  "¿r "Fagged Out,"  ILive liEADACtffi, BACKACHE, POOR APPETITE, BAD COMPLEXION,  ivrd vunib; like 'to feeraofi'look well, I'-t tm reiomiuend CELERY EIHG to you: ; ■^d bV Drnaxis^^f'J'looaiH, and fidiij ?  RIOTOUS CONFLICTS.  A New IlHiutpr Now Tlirent«'ii« the  IlilliiM.iii.. 1^1.Ml.r*. \ \ 111 I i i ON " 1 • I ÌV I  maü ad\'ic. s trunv Manila show the ex-1 e >' nuLh in a m s an i ng th  ( h' 1. n n I .u I.V o i .rU  1)1 1 > lu loll li II I i  llii-t ; b-I w een the n.tUve Isjllpmos and til I lO i On î th 111 si' flit I n ! t b h dl , 1 H ( nu ni  (.r 1'iiiii.■•■;.> laborei-s fc-r babpinos on a t I 1 1 1 t ut ait 1 d g WL t nuit nt w 1 '1 h t 1 1 II n M  n t 1 ('i 1 u f f î m ' 2 I > < im» î i" 1 I 1 11 pi t \ iih 1 ihj m 11 I 1 m Mai il t hi li-ht li un  Ih..- intei-ior.  Th.- di.-.ch;irgé pf liie Gldn.'se is said to 11.' dur- ¡o thvdr un \viilingiie.vH to be sbifu'd lo various point;; where emergen.-.v \V'irk was So lie done. In th" subiul.i.-i HiiiOn.io a party of Ghina-meii w.'i-e alt;.ick.d by n.aive La-drot;c;g a!i<l a piichsai battle ensued, one of tie- (.'hint.se tu ing killen and tí.'V.-ral (.li'iK.-ra woun.ìe.i.  <í\M .tdiiiSî.ff íi;itb>ii 5:\íer¡<le.I.  WASlil.NGT'>N, -O.-t. .11,-.Woni  .ais  "lud h:iv. th"  . i,: rniUt. ;!1 <iu  "d her" civil .Jil. , ent to .U d l'O'"  h.;!d Ulli lili t ;i of n:i\  ,1 aif the i ti  íia^ furtiu'r i'isi iai t ion in  hn."»  th  Aiaaiiil. Tío K!;-, wheii-  •l"C¡i"n . i I o 1 1  lU  Ferryboat Ran Into by an Ocean Steamer.  DISA8TEB IN ÄEW YORÏ OITY.  ..î :i ne „Wl^iv  vrn'.'i  fla.,...... , .. .  itliU' f X-^'^^t/ft^ r.li.» ¡ t.. V^. . and IS tnoUKitt to : insurgents.  » oiiim;>r ilv! Owi. i . il II..¡tu', WASiiiNGTON. O, t. ni.-<"..ir.maa.'er n. y-: c t.- ; p -'-t oii .] f.oai  the ,on-.m. i. i (..Í th. M. > 'o .i! M-ni i  and ((rdlr^.;^i hoiue "U -Aailltu; .ad.-l--j. lite ptuc.»:-- a> rornîr:ar;di r ol (h.- M.interi y wdl bi. t.d.(-ii bj C. 'im.iiui! C ■(. voir.. v.tii no., in LÜ...) ..t! d 01 ''..I r> S al Manila.  î"5\i icur-i Ili hii',;  M \\ 'i > ' « .1 lu  Authom. ' i.iefiv wî 1*1.. dv  h» t t-ÎP dnuíiví i aj-ï J!i jfuiM SitiR-l.y JU(U.:e .^Spinali court ïor: a ci which h Lauia il J.mtiüüG.  Probably a Scorn of IJvm I..o»l Itut Othar« Claim Tliat Th«r* Woro "No Cscnal* tlo»---TI»« lNtunll«<r Tenant Cut Crtiiipintply Iti Two nn«l  Iniini^dlatoly 8ank. ^  NKW TO-RK. Oct. 81.~The Pfnnpyl-vnnla T ri y boat Chicago was cut In two í>y a ídeatnor of the Old Dominion line i2.;;r. on the New York «i ifl of the ri ver. Sh.- uent down in aovon o! pu?ht mlnuu'n, Th>-ie were bpfwcen TiO aiid 40 propl'- a float d, four beiiìK women.  There were n dozen horse:? on bo.»rd.  It iw '-uppn.M.d th.'it .«evt.M'.il per.snns Wr-t«^- drown. .I thoinrh thci-e ìh no pn.ni-tlvo proof of tills awHcrtinn.  In .-(pile of th«. .S'MeîUy of th" ¿m-cI-d< nt till te was no panic. Mo-t of tJie p.'ople went out on the tipl'cr and only half a (ii'Z' ii [l'asons went on tlie l.nv r dei-k. Miiet f)¡- the persons mnmiK'd to (dd.aln hf'^ rucr"r\eíK. Some uth-rd who fi.uld not oiitain liii m, about a half do/"n in ntJrn"n-r, swam ashore.  The iivc- of six p<!S(jns who started fiom th" l.iwer d.'ck aiî^l.sted each other In .getting .T<liore. (nn.- .>r two woro Viitliout lif.- pre^ervri. l»ut tlmy all aided t-ich oíh"r an i .-.ucceeded in gft-ting io the pUir ««fidy.  Tbl Fi> w.as consbbMablv «-houilng for help. Ihe p. Hide on ih<- bo;it i.illing for .•■im.ill bo.abf tu (auno to îiielr a-s,st-.Tnci-. No '■■m.'iH bi>at3 wer,> i.iun'hed, r)\\lrig to tl!<- brief pi-n-id of lime wiiieli f |,îj^.'-.^d bi" w.til,, '.-utiing in two and the sinking.  The ( dd Oominior, liner wa.'-i evbb-ntly (a>î)dng up tlu' iiv.'r at tlie Unu' "f the accadenl. while the ferry boat (."'tii-cago was liea-diai ¡straight acros:s fi'om tile New .birf.y sboî, f.e.' tbe York slip.  Th. «'Id i>omin!.in liner Plupri-l after the araadent. but apparently no boaiR vvt re laimciied and in the brl'^f npaix i)f time w-hi( h elapsed nothing: wa« done to as.'îir.î the persons in ihe water.  KHtlmate.c; mad-i by the p^'r.'-ons who Rucc»'e;le<3 in escaping v.iry widely. Borne tiilnk it pii.«slbl(- tb.at no 1c,«h of lifo rcíiulted, while others be'deve that at 3ea;;l a s. ore (g" pia'-'ons •.•..'!•■ di;r.\fi into tile whi.'lmg vortex a.i tlie fia i y bolt i?ank.  Augup! Wlii'bn'Oin of Ít7 Cn on ^,iî.• ■t,  Jersi-y ^'ity, was one of those in trie men'.« c.ibm. H.> lod ju.»ît titra to (airch Up a life pt-'•'"! ■»■(f and l.?.:^» <iver board before the I'o.U w-.-nt under. . H'- F;ild tiiat tni-n and -.v-irni n a.tid s ime children -s'.-.-re m tlie wal(.-r iîîl arourd him. lì.' su. .'.-edi-d in making his woj to the Liberty fltrcct duck.  Tile tollow ing pas;»., ngers ar;.- ktMwn to  lia>, e been l < ;.i oed .  (.»scar Wais.in. 109 West .Nini:'ly-.aec-ond :'(r!-?>l.  iî. ("ari ib ii.-nroth. 1'ií) Furman street, Üro'jitiv-ii.  Irvii! 1 »ort, Ifî,' l'Hirman íUreet, Brooklyn.  J.dm i'asp.-riiehi, 1Ü7 Furtnau street, Hruoklyn.  I'ei^r iJt.Hite. 107 Furman street, Ibvi dvlyn. . ■  Ju-ioph Weig.-r, ll.â East Ninth street. New Yoik,  Anthony Wall and iiis wife, 101 'Weal Nln-ly :S.x!}, 'tn-'l, -l'urk.  ■Tidili 1'". Coy;,".  Alex W.-ir. (..f the King.« county district attorney's offlcc.  charles Plumniena, 40 Commerce  The b.aT)y*s coming ts often looki^i for-vv ltd to a.s a time of dread and danger. I^Iu., women are physically unilt tr. he conic mothers. They are sick and weak  in vvomanlv way nnd may well loolr with fc.ir low arcl the time of m.ateniitv. Iiuelligcnt i.iiejKiraliou for tliis time is iiK.sl essemi;d. .-vii athlete " trams " lor luunlii;; ííi-í'íü-í- IiÍí; îri.ii Mo--! v.'(:>rneii <!-i i' >t " ti Mil .t l'I liai et il.i n irial 1. ti) ! ' hltv lum , a, .-vue a-: the atliîcte's.  .. . l)..ii!.g th. .. M.' i cjf ,,,î.iti..)n tvcty »1 shi/idii f'MTN , ìli', to  -iu .-1 tiîi 4„g.in, th.it Tic T-J/j«  îiMii Ì bi-v -.Pidifi î«- i-f-pi n: pcrfeet lu-;i'th. .'Ihi: lauiîcst svmj-ituin o) dis-iinlv! <>< (il' ' aitoldd b.- pr.)';ij)lly elimnrded.  1)1. l's.u^.''- Favimi.» i'if.S*.fiuUvnt .iâ. i! to do lUi vci^- thiii}; —íki.> doiiif it for ovuT thirty \-<»a.rs, It i«ribé siiie im-duiîîe b>-i «lìì iem ,!c coig-iiî.l , It i . the o-slv l'-cd , i". thai tíiav be ab'oînifly depended urvnn to ¡jr.u" u .ill;, .diohiih the pun ne' ing'er ot il!H<ibut!i. It js the oniv j-ircjiarrrtion It-. îv'i) I t!«at ÎS the tuvcatiuu i reg-uli'lv ■»■uUnted phv...v'ui ,i skillri! <nid ; I f.i cd .sjx'vlu the-curie of OI V, onii n  Ml« I t-.'-riiMîî fttît'^i. bf îjlijirsi^t O.iti-Mí-CH;» •• I w  ^ àmoÈMmmlrnmm  IWlKINC'  fmmn  Malœs the food more delkious and wlMilesome  hSMUSSISSMSSIS^  ■fttrcpt, Newiirk  it bas tiot been as»cf^rt!»!nfd for fsnre that tii" «ïl.-.'imer beîonued to tht' Old IVmdnion Une. The RtaletOiJl'jt th-\t Rb " ■.'.■,'<«1 iMi oïd O iroinion llner, m id<> bv lèverai penion,«. kc'îtih imi o-.sib'.«'. Th^" «teamship City <if AngUHta of th(î Pa-vnnnah Hm- cleaieil ftrom fiuarantln«» at nbout 12.10 a. m. nnd wnuifl be in tho vicinity of th« coUlw'on nt th«» tim» It (»(■(anred I' 'r-<" >- o-- l .if it  VMiii r.. l'gg oi ,\ni;»if<!!i rtn i r.oî nn Old I.>omintott llner tiiat wa» In colili!!-fon.  Thi-^ pteîunho.qt Pitiad, o few minut^'P befmi' 2 o'elo' k, feiind a bofiy whi.-b. Il 1;' «mppi «'d, i'î (hat of onc nf th" P'IK-  <>n tl" f. rrv iioa.t, drovvm.d tiie refuilt of the ( (lUteinn.  H W. RM.Il-, who ha« an ofîl.v. al Rrniidway. jumpe.i ov vrb.i.ird, «ith a lifi- pîe..-. rvr. fîivi fi.ui w .n ea  HtrmTirlimr in the wjifer ne;u' him ,l>u! vv.if) un.nbl" hi h")ii 'h'Mi iî" wa.» pb k"-î tip iiy fi ;i!.!,oii ;ni t ii.-."i af.b'ir-- ï .a-tf>r h" r.-'o..\ <■.) fo ^itfi Wf-'t  givf-n diy ( Ictbe.« ,ind «timiKants and i-arrled aw.'v in a cnn bv f! .na^ in n b.'  Senr. hlightw' ia us".! in th.- v. mk of reiscue, A £iuml>er of tUR.t^ nnd .some boat.'î iiave }i. < n a"'Uied. 1-!cryliiiiie. in beins di.ne po.sslbl.- inuier th-* cir-eutnHtiUii es to pi( np perF'mî; from ont of the v,ni"r, on - ijoat brouEThl In «i.s. mcn, two \N-omen ;uid a. iddh).  »•((.tain imrh.-ïm .-nm-inn.'e-l thr-- f. rry b lat ('hl' -t>;o fb- sueceedml in encap-in;-. He s.'Sy«î îhat hr h.!»-; accunt.'d for ail the rii' ndiii« of hb! i r. vv. t-X'ept l-'ir.'man î'-roite . H.- thinl',:; Ftum.- w/iî* "ither dr.ivvn.'d or (ru die.l t.. d-ath in .'i (îtidîe hob.',  îîattb>'iMj> Kf'iitii'Iî^'r Flr«t Trlp.  WASilîNGToN. 21.-The navy  d-partnurt la ih''ormi d lhat the battu sbii> K'ailU'k.\ buill by tl!<» N'cwp.rt New« Siiip Ruildlng company, vvUl firo-ceed to S';a outside ihi; ea.peg of ViriTÎnia !(.!- th.- purii'.!-.' of t. -îting Ivr en.,'!!! s nnd «enernl sea-coinsr qualtles, It Is ex-P-^ b ,i ti\at h'r tiid (,',,11 tak-e ji'.-j. in a bout three weeka.  iiciw^ïï-r of Hir> <iri>aS Seal lu rit>u<<.  V.'.VSl{I.VGT(g\. o,.i, .'!,--(.;..j-g,. lîartie. the oîib^Rt clerK of the stnte de-p.iriment, "K'.p r ..f tii^ »u, S al," an.i a i he-" fia-nd of Dani. ". '\Veb,iter.' died at his rwidence here. i'.- was ap-p.uniid Si.f't.ary Jiuchnn.i u in l.'>lé.  l'nveîlftig oí tht. n-iii« 'Vtisnunienf.  M.\(-'gN. Ga , <'( t n.- Mr:? J'-if-r.'^ia  l'avis iins writtiai a Ictt-r to Harry Siilv',ell i':dw s:'î--, th. rovei;f.t, iba! t, e motiumeiit to le a- hu.sb;sn(i will be iin-d Lo. '.¡o '. i V.l., N'a. •>, C -d.:'" i.n which the memonai tìblst to ailKS Winnie Davis will be unvfiied.  DEWEY WILL MARRY.  The W'idow of iirofriU Httxpn Will So«« I{<>(-iiino till) Akiuiinil'H WU«>. U \SiG\GT o î 'ri Ma;,: a.  Píw»v <inn i.r », i . m of h, OiJi» Intimale fii.,-nd.s tìio fact oí n¡s en-pti«em»»nr In Mr». \\ . 15. H a zen uf this dry 'vît I' - p • ! e V.J ! ..V of G eral f-f.fi.rm. rlv chi.'f aiirnai otll' cer of tue army, woo db-d .about 1< J I ' - " . i 1 1 1 u- .Jenii ÎÎ Âîcia';\n. I'cm-.crauc carsdidüie for gov-  j^.j..,,,[. I Oo..  Mrs Ha'/.f n haa no cliildren and smce h^r husl.iand a de.itri n,-.s made hei ho'm .v'lh 'er n .M. i > ' i womai ot 1 H m i' lb I 1 ) > u- uld an-*  J 1Î ! t ,1. t , ■ ' M  IS «-.hi! I I III 'i h <1 f I . 1 Wi î d.-n n 1 . I- I • t 1 Ti" .< ; 1. lì bîi'î • '' d'" i In 1-t;  Fh<- ì'e .! i' .11 o V .o.n i  ein<f lì \ o .(t ' i .al i fwn. t al  Si at' 1 < 1 ,i > Ol I II- : Í, l'i N ■  Y 'k A ! M. H . •! t-  VMP uf Ci! î .1 , N. lì 1. la u^ it t. ' iiavy.  Admirrji f>r.TV«-'y In iHs ^ir-ìT Hnme. WASJ Í1 .\GT;:>N. Oi-r. .il. — .-Xdodi-a! Dewey took poss. ssiiaì of hin now home. The last i,.f li;.:- farniluro was arr.ing'd iti tii..' ra-'.v h.ai:-!tf and tlie «limiraì's trunk:-< were bmCight up {trim-the atmri-  merits iie Iia.s. b.vn ocanJpying at tiu' L ■> t; I c u.  Jn rnor ïlt'nïth.  Mi 1 lb '-1 M o t < ipf u  M I 1 . I ! - - Î. 1 . t  the iialiUii'ir.' .i ; tia.- .Man.la îjcnt and I. Ì » . .1 ' ! Í ÍÍ n in i t Ì  (. . im . î o .1 u t> ' .. lo ,  il ' . 1 dob xi,  ' t' : Il t lìti i !\ «. ■■ {.»I im i I t V ' ^ iU IS 'o pi >.„  h tili J 'V a th" . t tl'i-  Í U U ' I K Ì (11 C l¡ S "  il ' u (1 .'  l \ \ ( k ' J  ïi< 'li sng mi'ï % « ¡'1 il-illiii, ■'."on* I ni 1« «1î>(Î 'V), < \ V , (• !• : : .f-î r V  Anui'ev. n ».vase. 1 ih< < t.t i t î ir hi'atííü: .it:d v .-îjt îi;it;iig the .siate arri, H «. tt 'e ' e ..¡dv t ) Sî V«Mi.- iH  1, -u s. U'ne, at  GOT LtfE SEftTENCES.  r«n»Uy of Two Mt^a Wh« MtarAwr*« « Jlt«n Who lt«rrt*iMl<iHl Tbmn.  CHICAGO, Oct 31—fitgrmund BréwM and fínill Swarí, who murder^ïd Martín ß. Melr lami June, were «eaten««d to th* Jollet penlterfrmry for life. Míílr, "*1k» \siin 70 years old and wealthy, lived the life of a hermit. He h«friendpdi the two men while they were otu of employment «lîd 1h<^y in turn tried to rnb him of hl» boar'iings. During the ficuffle th-? old man laib'd f.ir h»'p And the two nnen puyfie.l a potato into hie mouth. After pecurintt all tlie mi ney In th" hou.ie they til''! .Meir hftn-i ant! foot an<l h» rhok«<l In death  After a Inner ehnsv» the meri were finally capture.i in Mi"hli:an, when they r.infes«eii, i)ur denied Intent to kill Meir, cbilmini: that they had left Ut» ■•loolfì UPla-kr-d SO that the tlttlshbOTS could releane him.___  MAHKET REPORT.  York MTotiffy «(»irit«*.  NEW YORK. Oct. 19.  Mer.i'j on e.ali. fitiS') per c«nt.  Prin-..-' ni< rc;intik. pap"r, p«r c»ftt.  Hteiiirur K.Tîcininp:f Actual huslneiw iB bank-r-:' iillbi at S4 W^/ni for d«|D*ßd. an.) îJ for sixty day«. Fo«t*4k fHie*. S'f.S'Iíí  (^imm. Miai bills,  Hihfr ceriiíl<',-it«'f», fumili. . -  Mtxioan OoUara, ' • í  Torte I'rodti«« M.ar)t<tt;,  r'LOUU-Wlnt(i>r patenp?, Í-rfift-J-í 83; wln-tf-r riraíífííif. í;¡ ■■l'.'íí.l 5û; winter eartrait, S:',.0'íi.í 0<j, winter low «rade«. MiiìUiKota patents. $:!'Ä'tfM; Minnwiot» bu», en,', î.t (•"íj.l.lá.  ut.-oi'iwnKA-f FLö"üri~t:.Vö2.59. '" ■ 1 MYK -.No. w.-<t4rn. (Me, f.o b. afloat. Stull- rye, OJ . c.i.f N'-r- 'V'ork car lots.  IIvr, i«''.r.î r,.  liAliLi', J.--M ibirgr. -ítígíOe, deliviiríd: New Vr.rk f. i.diîiB, fo.b. »float.  GCir-lN.MEAl^-i .dbjiR- wp-Ätern, 80®Siitr; oitw voiip-; brands.wine, t¿.3tKgt.S8. ; v.-UK AT- No 2 rfi.l. -¡yjrc f o.h. aftemt;  N.i ! i.oribirn f^ubnìi. "i-StC. fo.b. ai1<»At. ! Op '.-'n.s; -No í r. d l>.--c May, 7«%«.  } < oi:.N-No, J, f.o.h. artoai. uptlons:  N<.. 2 n-.i fir e; Mf.y. 3e%iü.  OATà No. e; Ko S. »s.«: No. î.  Wime, ;!!';.! ; No H white. 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