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HE SECEDING AI1E WLRR KlilE
TlialnosptionofBallintonBooth'a ! 0llhd Captain General Kept Busy j
ITew Ealisious Movemenl
) II Q
This Indhntfv That King Humbert's Plan
of an AirjTssiv Cam;ai,gn in Abyssinia
Will be Pushed in tbo Fall Italy and
II.OMH, March . There is much diffi
culty being found in the task of forming
a now ministry. Signor Sara ceo declined
the responsibility, while the attempt to
form a Saraeeo-llu.lini combination has
equally failed. It is announced thismorn-
I ing, however, tliat the Marquis di Kudini
j had suceeod ed in forming a cabinet, with
! himself a; premier and minister of the in-
forior. General Bicoiti mini-tor of war,
Signor ?r:n minister of foreign affairs,
i Senor l'era-'.zi minister oZ-the treasure.
j Admiral Racchia minister of marine, Sig
j nor i .neoiardini minister of finance ami
Sigeor Iranturoo miuisier of justice.
1 1; d---v.doi.Hvl hirer t.':at- the formation of
I th 'cabinet iiad hoe-i undertaken by Gen
' era I It'.ot ri. Kin ilumbeiv conferred
: wliii G onvra! ili.-otr; at o'clock last even-
r I il! ai wi: ii t he form a i ion
The result was a e;ibiae
.i ready eabie I, inu'ral IJicotti
t!e iTiircpi is di Iludini the
a '.id liia:--'.L avuniiinL' the
TO BE ATT AMBSIOAN OSaAHIZ ATION
DAYS TO SUSEEKDER
merchant. A tire was quickly started, and
as the crowd san "America" and "Co
lumbia" the fia of Spain was consumed.
Pkinceton, N. J., March (. The under
prad nates of Princeton last ni;:ht burneil
in elliiry the king of Spain in a demonstra
tion in which several hundred took part.
The liai? of Spain was dragired through the
main street, and later was ;orn to pieces
in the center of the campus.
Fully Five Thousand Veterans of the Old
Army. Join tlie Cheering Citizens in Un
ttwurastic Greetings to the Leader of the
Ne w Kody.
New Yoirc, March 9. The inaugural
stej) made by Ballington liooth, the de-
Vhe "Little Rebel ISands" Will be Permit
ted to Lay Down Their Arms If So In
clined 3Ieantime Alleged Spanish Vic
tories Are Iteported.
HAVANA, March 9. Captain General
Wevler ha s issued the following circulars:
"I have promulgated an order that the
posed commander of the Salvation Army teachers of divinity of the provinces of i
in America, in a rival organization on Matanzas, Santa Clara, Puerto Principo
lines similar to the one from whose com- nri(i Santiago do Cuba who have taken
pjvrt in the movements of the rebels shall
g! a f! ii; ;kv
:ia I;1 up as ;
y n i I i ? i '.r to
v.ort folio '.'o!-
niand he has been relieved, met with suc
cess last night. Cooper Union was the
scene where the first gun was lired, the
echo of which thrilled the hearts of 5,000
loyal soldiers, who, since the commence
ment of the international strife which
has sundered Balliugron Booth's alle
giance to his father. General Booth, o
London, have remained loyal to the de
posed commander and his wife, Maud Vana until these provinces have extended '
B;oi.h. Every seat, in ih big auditorium t.-, them the revailin'' law in the case of 1
those who deliver themselves up to the !
be pardoned on making their submission,
surrendering their arms and placing them
selves under the surveillance of the lawful
authority, provided they have not com
mitted other crimes since the issuance of
my last proclamation.
"These directions will not go into effect
in the provinces of Pinar del liio and Ha-
A Message from Princess Ksilalia.
New Youk, March 9. The World pub
lishes the following copyright dispatch
from Infanta Eulalia of Spain: "Sweet
remembrance of the affectionate reception
given to me by tlui pj ple of the United
States when I went to their country, rep
resenting mr own, at the festivities in
honor of Columbus lives and ever will live
in my heart. During those festivities
strong proofs of mutual esteem were given
by bo. h countries. I became convinced,
and still am persuaded, that never, never
should that traditional friendship ba
broken, much less should peace bo dis
turbed. Being apart from affairs of state,
I can only pray God that cordial relations
between the two countries may never
was oeeunied. The aisles were crowded
and the streets outside wre thronged.
The women wore. the. regular Salvation
Army emblem, but the. poke hat was ab
sent. The m m, too, had their badges, but
wore no red j.ieUets.
Sho-1 1 y after 7 o'clock,
va-t aud;cnre bad t::ue to
s 1 v,
, t h.
L .ii) ve
and before the
be seated, Cap-
Another proclamation by General Wey
ler is as follows:
"I make known to ourharrased troops
and to those who attempt to demoralize
them as they pursue ea. award the rebel
parties more numerou-; than i tiose whom
: v ieot ; i as minister i
1 t 1
1 V V
I ;i' 'i.v se i-vci
(.1. :l the C
Kit' :.'Ve.' "
reopening an oli'eu
a;itimu af.er the
tier, of the Bovery corps, they leave in th.) provinces of Pinar del
i Ilio and 1 1. 1 vana, that the tim. has arrived
.1 i? u a
ti r.f, ;it
'. s:v!)i;!.t e
TIe Ivii:;.: lium
A h'.bcat son.
ocii The long visits of i
So ('j:a?ie l'.or Yn
'e.n Ii eb.;i toi n, the
'-- V v. .
-:-':'"' , -' " vv'
liavo remained in j )11(n SV)-(.
knocked clown the
; ; i ii
: i e
lira auairs, aui
to speeuiat is! ill t ii
I the Aus-
.; oil th ' ;-i:bj -et of the
i o Berlin ot !ount Goiu-
nALLiyt; !(;.' r.ooT::.
to ursue wit h the greatest activity and j
rhror the Utile bands, more of outlaws
than insurgents, w
the f-i'ul provinces. j
"Tie- authorities of the villages who will
show- themselves friendly within a term of j
ten days, and those of the vicinity of the j
same, and a!i tiio-. within its limits that
are engaged in the insurrect ion, are warned
to surrender themselves within the pace
ef fifteen days from the publication of this
proclamation, otherwise they will be sub
ject to arrest.
A MURDERER AT BAY.
lie Is Driven from His Home by Fire,
ar.d Kilts Hims;lf.
BELT.TZFtysTE, Pa., March 7. For twenty
four hours the quiet little village of Wood
Ward, in tiie eastern end of this county,
was the scene of a bloody conflict. Will
iam Etlinger, who lived there in a little
frame house, with his wife and two chil
dren, had been a fugitive from justice
since last fall, lie wr.s under bail for at
tempting to kill his wife's father, but
when the ease was called it was found that
he heal fled to tlie mountain i'a 'tn esses.
When CoiKiahlo John B irner, who had
the Auria:i mi;
Italy t o i ii"
edly the subj
make the utm
h.onor, and I he'
ter lor b
MTJ. AN!) MTI
sprang ou a eiiair oa the )latfirm and
wavclan American flag with a painting
of Geon:? Washington. The audience
chc(re;i lustily as they sprang 1 o t heir feet, nearest military authority, and who will
and tlie utmost enthusiasm prevailed. Or- assist- in the apprehension of any one
d. which are undoubt
count Gohu howski':
opens the ate to
- ner.il iy conn -el Italy to
;.;t acrifle."; to save her
lime iiiat (iermany and
rt tiiis p.'iicy. The
Bour.-eji Coa-t e-.-, on the contrary, con
tends that It. uy's ;osit;on would not be
I Au.-iria v.'.i! s:;;;i
Values, and big ones at
ie power to in
terest in the
Weakejied It :
witiidrew from the Afri-
u;e,!i lialv and
Soma Extraordinary Good Values
One lot of yard wide IVteach Cotton
in remnants, well worth yc yard
fr 5 cents.
OiU lot heavy Shoes lor nit?n at 75c,
id sizes 7, 8 and 9, worth $1.25
imcl Si .50.
Curbtai poles d 22 cents each,
soM elsewhere at 50 cents.
SrMi;s men's Hal. Shoes at $1.25,
I'm sure cannot be b utght for less
than Si. 50.
Small lot "of Hamburg Edging in
remnants, at about one half their
The balance of a case ol FedoraJHats
for 75c. worth $1.25 and the latest
styles in Derbys, Satin Lined, for
Si. 09, would be considered good
leads the democratic see
s with a ferocious attack
igm.r Crisni. du!bingthe
latter t lie lieeo'ot ! ue ia;ieo Koinania
s;camlals and t ie shmt'i bound of Italy,
wiio lacks the courage 10 f.e-e p.arliament.
The papers net ur,
laoe of tlie ibei' i:
der i,-id searcdy been resro-ed wh -n Major
Pot ) Glen, wiio was among the first of
th" eJTic ers to timder hi-: re.agnation af:r
Eva C. Boo tii ha. I taken command, ap
peared on tlie pi.;' o;-:,i waving an Ameri
can llii r. and phe-ed a life nze ti-iY(,n
painting of George Washington on an
ea-d in front of the speaker's table. This
was tlie signal for reae.e.l outliarsts of
applause. When I'-illiagion looi!i a.nd
his wife arrived from their ?d ontclair
liDMic the au.lienee lost control of itself.
"ilebelti who may not be responsible for
any other crime than rebellion, who within
f:ffi'iM H mvi'ipf, I Mom to the I
guiltvof the burning, robbing and sack
ing, will not be molested, but will be ;
placed at my disposal. Those who have
presented themselves at any earlier time
will be pardoned."
Ait important engagement is officially
reported to have taken place in the cen-
- .1 po. tion of Ma:anzas province. Colonel
Vicuna reports that he net a force of in
s -ree-nts numbering 7, 'JO), and led by
Maxihio Gomez, Antonio Maeeo, Iaicret
and others at the plantation of Diana and
Their presence on the pla: form was the; atAbreus, in the district of Corral False,
signal for an outburst of enthusiasm such ! Tiiev were dislodged from their positions
as had before never been witnessed in; by thetroops. and madeaprecipitate flight
and the dmbrf:
wards Italy, it b
irail1.' v.'oiio.iie the col
li! i. ier in t lie face of i
s at homo and abroad,
1 a: t it ado of Ilussia to-
i:ot easy to predict the j
outcome of Con it o!uohovki s eouter-j
once here. Tiiei ' are even rumors here!
that King Humbert, v. order to escape j
from the dilemma, will abd'n-ate in favor j
of his son. The fear of England's attitude :
since the Transvaal affair is also a factor !
in the situation.
towards Sanmi.ruel Do Eos Bares. Tl e
Insurgent lo-s is rcporlel to be seventy-one
killed and forty-two wound"d left on the
fie d, as well as ti anurous others carried
off. The insurgents also lost 00 horses.
The loss of the troops was three killed and
The insurgents attacked, plundered and
destroyed a passenger train from Carde
nas. Tlie train was carrying ammunition
it, it would most assuredly have been done to a fort under con-tructiou at Artemisa.
on our part, but we recognize that the ; The firing wa done by a band supposed
great American people believed that we to be that of Perico Ddgaio. Tlie train's
had done work for nine years by which escort was taken. The insurgents sus
they were gratified, and would not listen ; tained a losi of men and horses,
to the protest, that we would retire into j Dispatches from Madrid report cvery
private life. ! thing quiet, but in Barcelona and Valencia
"Recognizing as we did tlie largest Held there were anti-American demonstrations.
Tiiere was some music and considerable
singing, and the customary religious in
vocations, after which Ballington Booth
rose and said:
"Mrs. liooth and myself have not come
here tonight to allude to the recent sad
trouble. It is quite true we have after
mature deliberation decided to inaugurate
a now movement. Could we have avoided
Moiiflik Willing to Arbitrate.
London, March 9. A dispatch to Thf
Morning Post from Paris reports the text i in the world and still further recognizing
of a letter from Meneiik, the negus of! that there was room in America for a lain- !
Abvssinia, to M. Deloncle, editor of Ee Sie-; dred Salvation armies, we have resolved
ele, written prior to the bat t le of Adowa.of- j to the best of our ability to win over the i
ferinMo accept the arbitration of Leo-' middle classes of the artisan community .
e at b2 00.
void, king ol the Belgians. 'Inn corre
spondent believes tha. tiiis o:Ter st illholds
good, but King Leopold declines to act un
less he is asked to do so by Italy, which is
- Itussiatis ltrjoico Over Italian Defeats.
London, March 9. A St. Petersburg
dispatch to The Times describes the litis- ,
sian elat ion over the defeat of the Italians. I
The Xovoe Vremya has opened subscrip
tions to a fund to send lied Cross assis-j
tance to the Abyssinans. The correspond
dent suggests tiiat this must be with gov-
of this country. We
the Salvation Army.
wish no strife with
in Cuba as Keported by an
Ajjcnt of tlie Patriots.
TAMPA, Fla., March U. Among tlie pas
sengers arriving from Cuba last night was
an insurgent emissary with important dis-
"I want to a vsure Mrs. Booth and those patches from Antonio Maceo to the junta
oilier rs wdio have stood by me tliat I see in New York. This gentleman gives some
in tlie distance a movement which tonight interesting facts about the progress of the
ha-; received its impetus in this great revolution and of plans which General
gathering. I do not want anything that Gomez intends putting into effect,
exists in the air. but a genuine consecra-, Maceo, he reports, is now at Cano, five
tion of our soldiers to the faith of Christ, i miles from Havana, with S,0;U men. Gen-
"There is at least, -hi per cent, of the Cral Wcyler, the agent says, does nothing
wage earning populace of the community to disperse the encamped enemy who are
who are not identified with any church or occupying strong positions all over the
place of religious worship. It is these we inland awaiting Weyler's promised attack.
want to reach and extend to them the love Maceo's march from the Yiuelta Aba jo
rn in otiiv a few davs before,
learned on Thursday afternoon that the
out law had siipp d down to his home to
see Ids wife and family he determined to
trap him at any co t. Deputizing John
Hosterman and C. G. Mot., to a ;d-,t him,
they made their way to Etliuger's house.
Arriving there, they found the outlaw,
with his wife and babies, barricaded in the
second story. Earner called upon him to
suivendo- hut was greeted with derision.
With a shout to his men to back him up
the constable crashed in one of the -panels
of the door and crawled through the aper
ture, lie was instantly killed. The dep
uties rushed back to town and secured reinforcement-;,
until finally fully 2,0)) men
were congregated. After much firing from
both sides, during which two persons in
adjoining hou-es were ?diot, the place was
sot on lire. Mrs. l it linger and the children
escaped, and E. linger, coming outside the
door, lired two ballets into his own brain,
dying instantly. Barner's dead body was
Convicts Hob & Penitentiary.
WAurux, Wis., March . A wholesale
robbery of the penitentiary contract firm
by convicts in the Wisconsin prison has
been discovered. Warden Roberts has
suspected tha" illicit traillc was being car
ried on and discoveries were made Satur
day night which led to the arrest of Arthur
Miller, a farmer living near the prison,
and Fremont Fairbanks, a farm hand. II.
C. Uussel, a convict trusty, employed in
farm work, several months ago arranged
to receive and dispose of socks from the
knitting department of the penitentiary.
Money, whisky and other articles received
in exchange for the goods were divided
among the convicts. Miller and Fairbanks
confessed and told where largo quantities
of the stolen goods could be found.
Death of Roar Aro!:a! Wa!!ic.
Brooklyn, March 9. Bear Admiral
Henrv Watke di-'d at hi-; home h"re yester
day at'; ernoon. Henry W
Virginia eighty-eight; v
father, Anthony Walk'
eminent approval, as public subscriptions! , . ;;i,,mmi the Nazarine on the streets! district to Mattanzag province and back
require an official sanction. j(,rnsn.lein nearly 1,900 years ago. j to Havana province, during which he was
"Oh ! How much hateology, and how ; not attacked by the Spanish forces, is dc
littde hear: ology there is today. ?drs. Booth scribed as a promenade. Among other
,1,1,1 mvself have within the last few days : t ham's mentioned in Maceo's report is that
-1 reading tlio hHtorv ol that gr
hlier, George ashmgton
st udent at Yale v
E:-.7 he became a :
was pivs M:t
-it Ii J
e. ! t ) :
,'e I r
w a -; ;
ke was born in
r.; ago. His
wa-; a col leg ;
C. Cal!ioun. In
:,.'i in the navv,
!- Alert, uud'-r
, :, i .
1 in i:
io.i e .
( :i !e
,r v, a
ii . Dur-
o .! a .ea
; e: a ail
h a- cap-
a .' au
e- l nouglu
heart and b
away for a
scenes of Va!
G. d :' iiis c
nd his goodness of j
!iuist as he t urned
Lom the frightful i
and reo iired to the !
licit in prayer to the j
vr. ; from .Tan. 1 to 1' el). !J lie captured lrom
s arm-, bull.
a fully q.0'i0
: i ei in liie
: erne-1 there
,rd -r that he
' an army of
the Spanish Mauser an;
rifics and other mis
sides a. quantity of am:
Since Weyler's proei:
men have ,'oii: e;l the i
; i n
Workmen Humeri by Iloiling Tar.
Bayonne, N. J., March 9. Five work
men employed by the Standard Oil com
pany wen; severely burned yesterday by
the overflow of boiling tar from one of the
big tanks at tlie company's yards. The
injured men are: Michael Doyle and Tim
othy Callahan, seriously burned about tho
feet, legs Hud arms, taken to Bayonno hos
pital; James D mohue, John St. John and
Ernest Ohl-.eii, feet and ankles burned.
The mem were at work at stills from
which the tar oil was being pumped into
a tank. The tar boiled over the sides of
the tank in a torrent and flooded the floor.
The boiling fluid poured over the men be
fore they could get away.
Doable 3Ir.rtler in Chicago.
Chicago, March 9. The bodies of an old
man and a baby, evidently recently mur
dered, were found in an alley in Hyde
Park yesterday. The police believe tho
mystery will be cleared up with the arrest
of an unknown woman who telephoned
the Hyde Park police station before tho
discovery and informed the officers that
the bodies would be found, giving an ac
curate description of the victims. Tiie
body of the elder male was tha
between '-"i and 7 years of age,
child was only ten days old.
;!! 1 1
o men n;
! ) :
for an aggre iv;
II oc (OLDSnORO 5;ts.
1 . ,.
two oiher re
the coffee. ' '
. i ,. ,
r.ct i o
Pills arc in such universal cle-
niatHl. I'or the cure of constipation,
biliousness, or any other complaint
needing a laxative, these pills are un
' easy to take, and every dose is effect- j be held.
t;i tier gran..
yes, by mixing pot
'ioe rea-o:is a, io.v mv l
sliouid be or.: ut'd w
she is weak-mnu: e-t, ami tna. tne icgai
'n-esumption is that a child under 11 years
.it U not resnonsible for criminal acts.
"They are suar-coated, i jU(u Bell decided that tha prisoner must
A in- '..'
:h ,t i-
i i y v.'-i 'U
i ni.g ':t
I 'ears fir a 3!isiir; Steamer.
Sa:: F::.Nt:T--C'), March u.--Th- Pacific
Mail Stoaui-diip eompoiy's big lin -r. t!ie
City of Rio de .fee- ; : . wh: a I : , t;;is
po". for th - Ori :;; . he iviiy ! ! -n, on Fob.
! i, s! e-ihl '.ivi ;i:-.-i.'ed at Y.:; h,:.--a on
j'eo. yet n t a I !;.. ; , heard
from her. Th i R: b-f h -r-.- veto. ! p-o-1
j 1 j o : i 1 : e ' -1 . ;.' :h'-e. f0:e- w- r : ca'dn
two i. . . . i
whit - ji :
. : . Vr.liJ-
i of t:::rt y
ul the re-ish-Amer-iUicklv
; ::e wue,
leans and o'iiu reu
pembled in front of The H ra-d-D.mocrat
ofllce. There was somedifdculty in secur
ing a flag of Spain, but finally oe was
discovered in tha stock of a drv 2tooda
i We;' ; t:o p!i; .-x or j.-liarr.iacist
can cot scietioxs'y warrant a cttre, the
j I. C. A'xr Go. -uarant-e tlie purity,
S c f r. ri or ; nn r i r-; p, r. 1 -1 rt i t-c rz
DU J. iU l. ii I i uiimii il fc U V O v
Ayer's Sarsapariila. it ca.i tiie only
only blood-p.irifL-r admitted at the
great World's Fair in Chicago, 1S93.