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   Evening Democrat, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1898, Warren, Pennsylvania                               Democrat. TOL. 17. WARREN, PA., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1898. PRICE TWO CENTS Printz Whilst Admiral Dewoy is doing up the Spaniards we conlimiMo doup linndivcls of packages of new spring gootU lor meis, youths, boys and children. This is Manhatt ail Our complete line is in and on diaplay which h w chic and snap, but not which are genteel bul not tame. Sole agents for the world nnowned Manhattan Shirt. SEE WINDOW Printz One Price Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers. The only clothing house in Warren that takos Blue Periodical Tickets. J 1 3 3 3 1 0 3 S 3 3 I L f I r i r i i u Q Q 0 fl a Q a s a a 1 blNGNS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Half Bleached, worth 38c, for 25o 60 in Half Bleached, worth 45c, for 33c 72 in. Bleached, 50c, 40c 72 in. OOo, 69c 66 in. 75c 84 in. 1.25 89c Prices in Napkins fliso BAKER, Successors to W. Jarvis. Nowis t To replenish your table or kitchen Glassware, Silverware, etc. New stock patterns in Dinnerware. Buy one piece or 200. Mew Toilet Sets, New Glassware, ail grades, Knives, Forks, Spoons, all styles and grades for table or kitchen us. See our New White Porcelain. Its a hummer. A new lot of Dutch Bowls, all sizes. The City Crockery Store MORE SPIES Five Sticks of Dynamite Fonud In At Sault St. Marie, Mich- igan. DEWEY TO SMOOTH. Spaniauts Try to Run the Asiatic Fleet Through Channel Heavily Mined But the I'ldti Miscarried. Special to the Demociat. ST. PAUL, May excitement exist here over the discoveiy of five sticks of dynamite in the sheds near the locks at Sault St. Marie, Michigan. It is feared that it is an attempt by Spanish spies to blow up the locks of the canal and cripple the great lakes Next Sunday's Issue. Our Sunday morning edition of the DEMOCRAT next week will contain a number of special feat- urea especially interesting to War- ren. Among others a letter from Camp or wherever the soldier boys may be at the time. Another letter from Mr. W. L Russell, detailing the many inter- esting details of a journey to the. Alaskan gold fields. A Washing-'' ton letter of interest, containing the record of the war and navy de- partments of the proceeding week, and a number of other features in addition to all the latest telegraph- ic nowe. h ;re today says that a few days ago a military company of thirty Spaniards was formed at Toluca, Mexico for the purpose of going to Cuba. The was stopped at Vera Ciusc by Piesident Diaz. The Spaniards in the city of Mexico also raised to pmchase piovisions for the Spanish army in Cuba, but prevented from sending it by Ptesidcnt Diaz. traffic. An extia guard of eighteen been detailed to watch the place. men has VJas too Smooth. Special to the DEMOCRAT. IIoNc, KONG, May from Ma- nila say that Admiral Dewey finds that the insurgents around Manila are becoming very dangerous and that neither he nor the Span- iards aie able to control them. Admiral Dewey was informed by the Spaniards before the battle that a certain narrow channel in Manila bay was not mined but that the broad channel was filed with mines. A search revealed that the information was misleading and thai ihe narrow channel was very thickly mined while the broad channel was entirely fiee from submarine explosives. Dewey has since exploded all the mines in the har- bor. Britain "Will Send Ships. Special to the DEMOCRAT. May 10. The Hong Kong cor- respondent of the Daily Chronicle says: "The Biitish in Manih have forwarded a petition thioiigh Ihe BiiUsh consul to Vice Admiral Seymom, commander-in chief of the China station, for fuithci naval assistance and it is anticipated that additional vessels will be sent there on Wednesday. The Biitish consul is woi king in thoiough harmony with the Amer- ican commandei but it is lelt that the over- whelming British commercial interests require supervision by a force sufficient to keep the AT CADIZ. That's Where They Went When We Began They are Not Likely to Meet Sampson. GOVERNMENT TROOPS Will Hove at Once to Tampa to be in Readi- ness for the to Take Their Places. Special to the DEMOCRAT. LONDON, May is stated here that the Spanish Cape Verde fleet has returned to Cadiz, thus assuring the American govern- ment that the attack upon the Atlantic squa- dron is highly improbable now. regiments infantry. West regiment infantry. To the commanders for coast defense and four regiments in- fantry. regiments infantry; two batteries light artillery and two troops cavalry. Warren vs. St. Bonaventara. The St. Bonaventvtra College team crossed bats with our boys for six innings yesterday and they were sufficient to show that the visi- tors were out classed at every point. The St. Bonaventura boys are very gentlemanly fel- lows and realized that they had run against a cold deck. Members ol their club say that Warren's club shows up much stronger than either the Bradford or Olean clubs. Its funny that Mitchell was never liked by Warren fans when he played with the Titus- ville team, but now he is a prime favorite Woodward is a very clever pitcher, having the visitors completely at his mercy. He pitches fine ball and is of the coming stars. The rest of rhe Watfen team did not have much of an opportunity to show what they were made of but when a show presented it was taken advantage of. The score result- ed 14 to 2 in Warren's favor, as follows. WARREN. A. B. R. Daniels, r f........5 3 Haskins, 3 b.......4 2 Brady, 1st b.......4 2 Schroder, c f.......4 r Donoughy. s s.....4 2 Salmon, 2nd b.....4 2 Hahn, If..........4 I Mitchell, c........4 I Woodward, p......4 o H. P. O. A. 200 I 2 7 o 0 I I 8 o i i o o I o I o 0 I 2 o I I E. 0 o o 0 I I o o 0 ['resilient Diaz With us. Special to the DrMOCRAf. AUS-IIN. Tex., May M. D. Powell, a Baptist missionary, who arrived .H.Hunter and natives in check, "There is a desire heie to advocate a Brit- bh acquisition of the Philipines, thus com- pleting the chain of British possessions from the stiruts settlements by Borneo to this col- ony. It is felt here that the occupation of the Philipines by any other great European power would be most dangerous to British interests, "Business at Manila is at a complete stand- still, but the Spaniards are not likely to sur- render until the city is blown to pieces. The Biitish inhabitants, however, are confident that the trouble will soon be Gen. Miles to Have Charge. Special to the DEMOCRAT. WASHINGTON, General Miles will leave here to take charge of the military expedition to Cuba. It is expected that he will leave next Sunday and that he will establish headquarters porarily. at Tampa tem- Spanish Fleet at Martinique. Special to the DEMOCRAT. MADRID, May is persistently ru- moied heie that the Spanish fleet has arrived at Maitinique. Britain Liable to lie in it. Special to the Democrat. SHANGHAI, May lo.-The Shanghai Mer- cury today received a telegram from Shaal sin ling that a riot lias taken place there during which the mob burned the British consulate Will Purchase at San Francisco. Special to the Democrat. WASHiNGTONrMay order was sent from the War Department this morning to Captain Baldwin, the assistant commissioner at San Francisco directing the purchase of a million rations for the military expedition to the Phillipines. The administration is un- willing to take the risk of delay involved by sanding the supplies across the continent so gave the order to San Francisco in order to to facilitate matters. Total. 37 14 6 18 7 ST. BONAVENTURE. A. B. McNeil, c f........3 Games, r r.........3 Carey, cf.........3 Kennedy, ss.......3 Hammacker, 1st b.. 3 Fell, 3rd b........3 Flynn, c...........2 Widner, 2nd b.....2 Krampf, p......... I Burke, p.......... I R. o o i o o I 0 o 0 o H. P. O. A. I 4 I i 2 2 4 o 3 o o o I I o 2 O 0 0 2 0 Total. 27 4 18 7 7 and the cusiom house and number of buildings. also wrecking a Another Spanish Possession to be Ours. Special to the DEMOCRAT. SAN FRANCISCO, May is a movement on foot here for the purpose of making an appeal to the government (o seize Caroline Island which is a Spanish possession. Missionaries from here say that the natives are well armed and ready to assist the Ameri- cans if an attack is made. Islands are very valuable and can be taken without] the firing of a shot.There are no land defenses and or ly one Spanish vessel guards the seaport town. SUMMARY. Two-base Three-base Kennedy, Stolen Haskins, 2; Mi J chell, McNeil, Carey. Struck Krampf I, by Woodard 7 Bases on Krampf 3, by Burke 3, by Woodard I. Double to Widner. Are opening an entire new line of NewNovelties New Shirt Waists, New Skirts, Flags, Ribbons and Bunting. Watch for Special Announce- ments. 0. H. Hunter I'oHtknl Situation Serious. Special to the DEMOCRAT. MADRID, May serious aspect of the political situation has not abated in the smallest degree and it is believed that it will shortly develop into an acute crisis. The frequent conferences of leaders of all parties now being held shows that nothing is being left undone to aiiive at a solution of the situ- ation. Much signficance is attached to the meeting of Marlines Campos and Senor Silvela yesteiday, and the subsequent recep- tion of Speaker Rios, ex-finance minister, and Senor Salvador by the Queen regent. There is the gieatest animation in the Cortes, where debate has been suspended, and upon the ministerial poltcy it has> been decided to de- vote ihe lime to a solution of the financial s tualion in oicler to facilitate the action of whatevei new government may be formed and to hasten the pioiogalion of the parlia- ment. D. SHEAR, Dry Goods Carpets, Cloaks, Suits, Etc. A Victory in Values! Prices that argue stronger than words. Tomorrow we inaugurate another week of wonderful value giving, and offer the greatest money saving opportunities ever known. Values for this week that are un- approachable for reliable merchandise. The following prices on Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, etc., for thir week only: 25c 48e 88c 88c 79c YOUIIQ Riivcmeyer Suicided Special to the Demociat. NEW YORK, Havemeyer, a son oi Feny O. Havemeyer the millionire sugar king committed suicide last night at Bosylyn, R. I. The motive is not known. Expect to go to Cuba Soon. Special to the DEMOCRAT. CHATTANOOGA, May report is in circulation now that all troops now here have been ordered to Tampa and New Orleans for subsequent transfer to Cuba and that the vol- volunteers are coming here to take the place of the departing troops. There is much ex- citement over the long looked for order. Bills Passed the House. Special to the DEMOCRAT, 10. After hurried con- sideration a few bills before the house were passed today and upon a motion from Steele, of Indiana, the house adjourned. Destination of Troops. Special to the DEMOCRAT. WASHINGTON, May answer to re- peated requests from all sections of the coun- try for information as to where the various or- ganizations of State troops, which are bieng mustered into the United States service are to be sent, Secretary Alger today furnished the Base Ball Biffs. Toots Barrett will pitch the game agains the Celoron Black Giants on Thursday af ternoon. This is the opening game of the league season and will be a hot one. Has any one any fault to find with Wood- ard? All lovers of the game should turn out on Thursday to see the game. As this is the opening let it be a gala day in Warren base ball history. Warren is going to put forth every effort to win that pennant. Those black boys from Celeron are the champion colored team of the country and play great ball. It looks from the game played yesteiday that Manager Brady had made a fine selection in choosing his players. Sood Ingrain Carpets Best Hartfords and Lowell, all wool .car- pets, price 05 to 75c Stinson, Roxbury Smith's best ten wire tapestry carpets, worth 5-Frame Best Body Brussels Smith's Axminsters worth Smith's Wilton Yelvets worth Smith's Savonnerie worth Great reductions in IT PAYS TO TRADE AT SHEAR'S Come Quick! Let Your Judgment be Tour Guide. The Above Prices Are For Cash Only. D. SHEAR, Leader in Low Prices and Reliable Goods, WABBEN, PA. The suicide] vas mauled and had chen. two chil- Wcidc Iiibtc.ul oi Shafter, Special to the DEMOCRAT. TAMPA, May J. F. Wade has assumed the command of the army of in- vasion for Cuba in the place of General Shaftet, owing to his seniority in rank. Austrin Will be Neutral. Special to the Democrat. VIENNA, May 10. Emperor Francis Joseph will inspect fiom the throne the open- ing session of the Reiebsralh tomorrow, at which time he will make an express declara- tion of neutrality between the United States and Spain. No News Before Saturday. Special to the DEMOCRAT, WASHINGTON, May this morning as no advices had been received about the movements of Admiral Sampson's fleet, the officers of the navy department, who have been following the movements of the squadron, express the opinion that no re- port will be received from him before next -latmday. Associated Press the following statement showing the destination of the volunteer troops. The list is said to be subject to correction. It will be noticed that generally speaking three points are to receive the great- er number of troops. It appears that the an- imating purpose of the department in making the assignments was to divide the volunteer forces in such a way as to be available for three distinct purposes. The first regiments raised in each state mustered in and found ready for service are to be sent to Chicka- mauga to be "licked into shape" and then sent to Tampa and other gulf ports, including Mobile, New Orleans and Galveston prepara- tory to re-embarking for Cuba. The second division of regiments go to Washington where they are to form a grand reserve ready to reinforce the Cuban army at any moment, to man the coast defenses, or for other purposes. The third division is to remain for the pies- ent in the states in which the organizations are mustered, subject to call for duty in the Phill- ippines or for general reserve purposes. Pos- sibly they may never be called upon to leave their native States. The official list of the Pennsylvania, Virginia regiments are as Suffrage, The Right of Women. There are two arguments in favor of suf- frage for women that are unanswerable. 1st, War is no longer the chief function of gov- ernment, and phsical strength is no longer a prime requisite of citizenship. Clerical duties now take the time and strength of public officials, and most of those are better per- formed by women than by men. Crimes must still be punished, but the punishment of men should be intrusted to men, and of wo- men to women, as all must admit. Women are more vitally interested than men in all that concerns the home, in all that concerns the training and habits of the younger and older children, and hence should be given a voice in the selection of those who make and administer the laws, since those are now enacted chiefly for the regulation of society. 2nd. Women having shown their capaci y to govern, to do clerical work, to take a lead ing part in social, charitable, school and church work, and being vitally interested in all other movements that concern the home, ought to be given the ballot equally with nun, for government in any form without represen- tation is worse than tyranny, it is criminal. PROF. L. C. WOOSTER, Normal School, Emporia, Kansas. Children's Clothing! Q reat Cut I n Prices Joseph Rodman will open his cow pasture on Monday, May half of pasture money must be paid down and balance on ist Ohio and. West follows: To Washington, D. one regi- ment infantry and one light battery artillery. Pennsylvania, four regiments'infantry and one troop cavalry. To Camp George T. Thomas, Chickamau- three regiments infantry; three batteries light artillery, and eight troops of [cavalry. It Might Have Been. "Papa, if you hadn't married mam- What a lot o' fun me an yon could please Record. ____________ _ Deserving of Pity. Mrs. lady Dabbs is going to marry is highly intellectual She speaks three languages. Mr. B. Boston Traveler. In the markets of Brazil one often sees live species of 10 to 15 feet long. They are employed in many houses to hunt rats at night, being otherwise perfectly harmless. They become attached to a boose like a cat or a dog. ALL AGES 1 ALL SIZES! ALL KINDS! There are characters in the 84 books Dickena wrote._______ If jottwantdoigen printed call oo tht DmociAT. UK soap and patronize home indui- Uy. a 5 dh tf ISAACS MORNINGSTAR, Clothiers and Hatters. .NFWSPAPFRf NFWSPAPFRI   

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