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TUB NOIUfOLK NEWS : FRIDAY FKB11UA11Y IN , IH08
mala Reported as Flght-
ig Honduras and Salvador.
.TROOPS MASSED ON FRONTIER.
Dispatch to London Paper Says Strife
Has Began United States Will
Have Warship on Scene Blockade
i of Amapala Declared.
London , Feb. 10. The Dally Mail
publishes a dispatch from Guatemala
declaring that war has been pro
claimed between Guatemala on one
aide and Salvador and Honduras
on the other.
According to Panama advices Guate
mala and Salvador were on the point
of war the beginning of this month.
The Salvadorean and Guatemalan
nrmlcs , led by their respective presi
dents , were on the frontier , accom
panied by revolutionary refugees ,
Troops were constantly leaving the
capital of Salvador for the Guate
malan frontier. Nicaragua was ac
tively helping General Regalado , pres
ident of Salvador.
The Central American situation Is
further complicated by the Interven
tion of Guatemala on one side and
Nicaragua and Salvador on the other
1n the election of the president of
Honduras. Guatemala Is In favor of
the president-elect , Manuel Bonllla ,
while Nicaragua and Salvador Insist
that the retiring president of Hon
duras , General Sierra , shall continue
In the presidency. The latter has re
fused to give up the presidential post
and Senor Bonllla has declared a civil
war. President Bonllla has taken his
stand on Amapala Island and raised a
force to maintain his claim to the
presidency. A dispatch from the
United States consul to Tegucigalpa
announced that the Honduran govern
ment had declared a blockade of
FIGHT NEAR MANILA CITY.
Insurgents /.III Two Members of Con
Manila , Feb. 10. A force of 100 con-
etabulary , under Inspector Kelthly ,
yesterday defeated a body of 200 in
VI surgents near Marlqulna , a small town
seven miles from Manila city , after a
severe engagement. In which Inspect
or Harris and one man of the consta
bulary were killed and two other men
of the constabulary wounded. The
nemy left fifteen dead and three
.wounded. Inspector Harris * homo was
at Atlanta , Go.
The body of insurgents formed the
main force of the Irrcconcillable gen
cral , San Miguel. The constabulary
were divided Into three detachments
which were scouting In the Marlqulna
valley. The detachment commanded
by Inspector Harris came upon the
enemy , who were In a strongly In
trenched position. Inspector Harris
ifell at the first -volley , being hit five
itlmes. The detachment of constabul
ary , although outnumbered , hold its
position until Inspector Kelthly , with
the main force , arrived , when the en
emy were put to rout. Their head
quarters were captured and burnet
and the constabulary seized the rec
ords of General San Miguel , who
claims that ho succeeded to the com
mand of the Insurrectionary forces
> when the other generals surrendered
He has only a handful of men under
oim , and his operations have been of
no consequence. The wounded Amer
icans are all severely Injured.
Troops Marching on Rio Chlco.
Caracas , Feb. 10. A force of 200
men , under command of Minister ol
War Ferrar , left Caracas yesterday
.afternoon in the direction Of the sea
port of Hulgerote , fifty-five miles east
of Caracas. The object of the expe
dition Is to attack a body of 1,500
revolutionists under General Monagas
who are reported to bo too feeble to
.attack the government but strong
enough to devastate the district
around Rio Chlco , sixty miles south
east of Caracas , and dally enter and
pillage the town. Even ardent revo
lutionists seem to recognize that Pres
ident Castro Is master of the situation
The governmental troops captured
the town of Gualtro at noon and are
now marching on Rio Chlco.
More Trouble at Barcelona.
Barcelona , Feb. 10. The threatening
attitude of bands of anarchists who
are attempting to provoke n general
strike has compelled the authorities
"to occupy the strategic points In this
city by 'bodies of gendarmes and
troorts. Conflicts have already oc
curred , In which two persons were
Sheriff's Slayer Captured.
Eugene , Ore. , Feb. 10. Elliott
Lyons , who killed Sheriff Withers last
week , was captured by a posse at Ores-
well yesterday. He was brought to
Eugene and placed In jail. Armed
guards have been placed about the
Jail to hold the mob In chccV .
- M ft -
Passes Eight-Hour Bill.
Denver , Feb. 10. The state sonata
yesterday passed the Moore eight-
hour bill , limiting employment in
smelters and mines to eight hours a
day , In accordance with the constitu
tional amendment adopted by the people
ple at the last fall election.
Pacific Squadron Ready to Sail.
Ban Francisco , Feb. 10. Rear Admi
ral Glass has received his orders and
the Pacific squadron will got away to
day. As has boon stated , the squad
ron goes to Amapala , Honduras , whore
a Central Amorloan revolution is now
RACE WAR NOW THREATENED ,
Brewing Between Whites and
Blacks at Fayette.
Fayctto , Mo. , Fob. 10.--A race war
ias been started hero as thu result of
the public whipping of three negroes
on the court house stops Friday night.
A committee of the Law and Order
caguo took three negroes from their
homes and whipped them publicly for
alleged misconduct. Two of them
were women. Slnco then the ncgrocn
and white people have been at swords'
points and It Is said twenty-five no-
jro families have been frightened Into
leaving this vicinity. The recent killIng -
Ing of Harry O'Donnell , a reputable
citizen , was charged to negroes and
did much to stir up enmity.
did much to stir up enmity. The
whites have openly threatened to bat
tle with negroes and drive them from
Fayotto and vicinity.
The one negro mnn who won
whipped trade- desperate resistance.
It took several men to carry him to
the whipping post. He cursed lils cap
tors as the lash was applied , which
resulted In the whip being wielded
only the more vigorously. When the
ordeal was ended the negro was no
wcalc from the loss of blood that ho
was put to bed Instead of being driven
from town. The women , who were
not whipped severely , were taken to
the outskirts and told to go.
There Is much excitement here and
n clash Is feared.
DYNAMITE CONCEALS A CRIME.
House Is Blown Up After Occupants
Have Been Murdered and Robbed.
Johnstown , Pa. , Feb. 10. A dastard
ly attempt to hldo robbery and murder
resulted In the wrecking by dynamite
of an Italian boarding house at Portage -
ago , early yesterday. Tony Grlllo and
his wife arc dead and Ralph Tellllldo
and George Destnvo were seriously
Injured. The scene of the affair was
a boarding house occupied by Qrlllo ,
his wife , three daughters and about
twenty.flve boarders. When the ex
plosion occurred the inmates were
hurled in all directions , but the riiost
of them escaped serious Injury. The
bodies of Grlllo and his wife were
found burled beneath the ruins of the
building , which was demolished.
Grille had about $1,000 in the house ,
but none of the money has yet been
found , and the theory Is that it was
stolen by someone who killed the
couple and then exploded the dyna
mite to cover the crime.
Blow May Prove Fatal.
Leavenworth , Kan. , Feb. 10. Late
yesterday afternoon Benton Blanton ,
a private of company C. Sixth infan
try , stationed at Fort Leavenworth
who Is a prisoner In the guard house
while under the Influence of liquor
which had been In some manner smug
gled to him , refused to obey a trivial
command of First Sergeant Knox
company M , and than slapped Knox
The sergeant raised his gun and dealt
the prisoner a stunning blow on the
left side of the head , knocking him
unconscious. Blanton has not re
gained consciousness and no hopes are
expressed for his recovery.
Woman Uses a Pistol.
Monongahela , Pa. , Feb. 10. During
the night an unknown man forced his
way into the telegraph office at Wals
ton station and assailed Mrs. Wilson
the operator. Mrs. Wilson shot the
man , and this so enraged him that he
beat her almost into insensibility anc
then tried to burn her to death by
forcing her head Into a stove. The
arrival of a freight train , however
frightened him and he fled , leaving his
victim unconscious. Her condition is
Roosevelt to Visit Colorado.
Denver , Feb. 10. John W. Springer ,
president of the National Live Stock
association , announced yesterday that
he had advlcen from Washington to
the effect that President Roosevelt
will visit Colorado some time in
March for a hunting excursion in the
northwestern part of the state.
Mad Dog Bites Live Stock.
Superior , Neb. , Feb. 10. Charles H.
Malsbury of Cadams lias been obligee !
to kill a steer and hogs to the value
of $250 , bitten by a road dog. Mais
bury himself had a narrow escape
from being bitten , the dog grabbing
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
There were four deaths from the
plague at Mazatlan Monday. There
are forty-four patients in the lazar
Several shocks of earthquake , ac
companied by subterranean noises
were experienced at San Luis de
Querro , Mex. , Monday.
A disastrous fire broke out in the
town of Krutz , Gallcla , Monday and
wiped out 370 homes and many public
buildings. Five hundred families are
William Hooper Young , on trial at
New York for the murder of Mrs
Anna Pulitzer , pleaded guilty to mur
der In the second degree and was .sen
tenced to llfo imprisonment.
Dr. Herman Mynter died at his
homo In Buffalo Monday. Dr. Mynter
was one of the surgeons who attended
President McKlnley after he was shot
at the Pan-American exposition.
An injunction order issued by Judge
Tuley a year ago , restraining the Chicago
cage Telephone company from' charg
ing more than the franchise rate for
the use of telephones , was affirmed by
the appellate court Monday.
The River Clydo burst its banks
above Glasgow Monday and Inundated
the industrial district of Ruthgleln.
Elsewhere In Scotland traffic on the
I railroads has been stopped , bridges
i swept aw 7 and homes have col-
I lapsed ,
Germany and Italy Will Have to
WANT LARGE SUM IN ADVANCE.
Protocols Are 80 Worded as to Re-
pulre Preferential Treatment at
Once Dowen Refuses to Sign Until
Some Changes Are Made ,
Washington , Fob. 10. Although Mr.
Jowuu and the other negotiators are
closely guarding the provisions of the
several protocols , It In understood
that thu demands which are known to
exist In thu German and Italian agree
ments , as they are ut present drafted ,
which Mr. Dowou cannot agree to ,
conceded an increased payment by
Venezuela prior to the handing down
of The Hague's decision regarding the
allies' contention for preferential con
sldcration In thu settlement of their
claims. It Is reported that tlcrmnny
asks that nhe derive , In addition to
the $27,600 cash that Mr. Bowen ban
agreed to pay , a certain percentage
of the customs receipts until the re
mainder of the $40,000 demanded In
the original ultimatum addressed by
Scrmany to President Cautro last nu
tumn Is paid. Italy , It IB believed , Is
Insisting on a similar demand , though
the amount asked for In her ultimatum
was more than $ ! iOO,000. Both Ger
many and Italy suggest that this
money bo paid In monthly Install
ments out of the customs duties , but
even under this arrangements It would
require eight months for the payment
of the entire num.
It Is the principle , however , to which
Mr. Bowen BO strenuously objects
and which ho has Informed the Ger
man and Italian envoys ho cannot sub'
scribe to. Until their protocols are re
lieved of these objectionable demands ,
Mr. Bowen says , they must remain un
signed. He contends that Germany
and Italy are Insisting on preferential
treatment , a question which thej
agree In their protocols shall go to
It Is the firm opinion of both the
Italian ambassador and the Gcrmai
minister that the Insertion In theli
protocols of these demands Is the re
suit of a serious misunderstanding 01
the part of their foreign offices o
certain phases of the negotiations ,
which were supposed to bo settled
They are using every effort to have
this misunderstanding cleared up and
have Informed Mr. Bowen that they
hope to submit their conventions to
him In a few days.
Mr. Bowen has made It plain to the
allies that ho will consider any plain
request they may advance , but will
not yield to the extent of signing the
present German and Italian protocols.
CARMACK RENEWS CHARGES.
Talks of Treatment of Filipinos by
Army in Islands.
Washington , Feb. 10. In the senate
yesterday Carmack spoke on the Raw-
lliis resolution , calling on the secre
tary of war for reports from certain
courts-martial. He charged that mur
ders in the Philippines had become
so common that they would not bear
investigation and that this answer was
entirely satisfactory to "our noble ,
generous and humane secretary of
war. " Ho also criticised the president
tor never having heard of the Captain
Brownell case after having announced
his intention of probing conditions in
the Philippines. Keane spoke on the
statehood bill , when he yielded to de
bate over the question of the interfer
ence of the Mormon church in politics.
Elklns also spoke at length in defense
of New Mexico's claims to statehood.
The house spent practically the en
tire day on two District of Columbia
bills , one to authorize the government
to advance $6,000,000 to the District ,
and the other the conference report on
"the Union station bill. The former
was defeated and the latter sent back
to conference after a motion to recede
from the amendment of the house to
cut down the appropriation for the
Pennsylvania and the Baltimore rail
roads' demands from $1.500,000 to $1-
000,000 had been voted down. The
approval of the house of the action of
Hepburn in presenting the conference
report on the department of commerce
bill at the memorial session Sunday
resulted In postponement of action on
the report for a day.
Charter for Missouri Road.
Jefferson City , Mo. , Feb. 10. Secre
tary of State Cook yesterday Issued a
charter to the Central Missouri Elec
tric company , with a capital of $4,000-
000. The road Is to extend from
Brookfield to Glasgow and thence to
St. Louis , a distance of 194 miles. Col
onel W. H. Chase of New York Is the
principal financier of the road. The
road Is to be completed In time for
the World's fair.
Strike at St. Louis Fair.
St. Louis , Feb. 10. Dissatisfied
because of the alleged employment of
nonunion laborers In driving bolts , 130
union carpenters engaged In the con
struction of the educational and man
ufacturers' building at the Louisiana
Purchase exposition grounds etruck
yesterday and walked out. It Is ex
pected the trouble may extend to the
other bulldng : gangs.
Revenue Bill Not Ready.
Lincoln , Feb. 10. The Joint revenue
committee , for the completion of
whose work a week's adjournment was
taken at the committee's special re
quest , reported yesterday that It had
' "llfrt to complete a revenue bill and
would bo unable to submit one to tha
legislature for a few days.
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
Congressman Geo. H. White's Case.
A Noted Sculptress Cured.
Grip as epl-
d o m ! c ca
tarrh , -
Medical Talk ,
. OUIPPE Is opldomlo catarrh. It
spares no class or nationally. The
cultured and the Ignorant , the arlHtoornt
and the pauper , the manHcs and the
classes are alike subject to la grlppo.
None are exempt all are llablo.
Have you the grlpT Or , rather , has
the grip got you ? drip Is well named.
The original French term , la grippe ,
has boon shortened by the butty Ameri
can to road " grip. " Without intending
to do BO a now word lias been coined
that exactly describe the case. AH If
omo hideous giant with awful QUIP had
CHANCE FOR HOMESTEADERS.
About 400,000 Acres In Nebraska
Thought to Be Open.
Omaha , Fob. 10. Within 140 miles
of Omaha there are nearly 400,000
acres of fertile , arable homestead
land that is open for settlement at
any time and has been far years. This
discovery has Just come to the knowl
edge of JotL fraudB , general passen
ger agent of the Burlington and Mis
souri railroad , who Is taking prelim
inary ttcps toward a settlement boom.
The land is in Loup , Qarfleld and
This information of almost half of
three entire counties being open for
ettlement came to Mr. Francis acci
dentally a short time ago. He at once
communicated with D. Cjgm Weaver ,
register of the land office at O'Neill ,
Neb. , on the matter. Mr. Deavcr veri
fied the tale. Then Mr. Frar liogan
work on his project to have i.ie laufl
NINE COAL DEALERS FINED.
Chicago Jury Mulcts Fuel Men In $500
Each for Restraining Trade.
Chicago , Feb. 10. Nine ofllcers and
directors of the Retail Coal Dealers'
association of Illinois and Wisconsin ,
lately indicted by the special grand
Jury , which was called to investigate
the fuel shortage and prices , were yesterday -
terday fined $300 on a verdict of a
Jury In Judge Horton's court , which
found them guilty of conspiring to do
an Illegal act in restraint of trade.
The formal verdict was returned only
to pave the way for a now trial. The
rase will prob blv b tried Monday.
This was the first verdict In the < -oal
Trainmen at St. Louis.
St. Louis , Feb. 10. Many of the
members of the wage Increase com
mittees of trainmen and conductors
departed from the city last night. The
final negotiations with the WabasK ,
St. Louis Southwestern. Missouri Pa
cific and St. Louis and San Francisco
railroads will be conducted by Messrs.
Morrlssoy and Garrotson , who are still
hero. The conference with the Wabash -
bash officials has been postponed until
Friday , to permit of the presence of
To Build Suburban Lines.
Atchlson , Kan. , Fob. 10. It Is stated
authoritatively that the Henry syndi
cate of Denver Intends , In case It buys
the Atchlson street railway plant , to
construct an electric line to St. Jo
seph and Lcnvenworth , and also to
Bean Lake , Mo. It also Is proposed
to builda , number of shorter suburban
lines. Negotiations for the solo of
the plant are pending.
Jeweler Is Found Dead.
Sioux Falls , S. D. , Feb. 10. A local
Jeweler named Anton Klelser was
clutched UH in KH fatal climp. Men
women , children , wholu towiiH and cltlcH
are caught In the baneful grip of a ter-
JV-rn-nn for drip.
Mrs. Thcophllo Hchmltt , wlfo of the
Kx-Suorotary of the German CnnmiluU )
wrltcH thu following letter from ! M1'
WubaHh nvonuu , Chicago , 111. :
"I fliiffort'd thlH winter with a Rover
attack of In grippe. After UHlng thro
bottles of Peruna 1 found the grip hat
disappeared. " Mrs. T. HehmlH-
found dead yesterday In apartments
at the rear of his place of business
under circumstances which Indicate
that he committed suicide by drinking
a quantity of poison. Ho was evi
dently Insane. Ho has a brother llv-
IllU at dram * T-incMnn > "
Wabash After Chester Road.
Carbondale , 111. , Feb. 10. Negotia
tions are pending for the purchase by
the Wabash of the Chester and West
ern railroad , which runs from Cheater
to Mount Vernon. The line , with an
extension to either Altamont or
Efilngham , would give the Goulds con
nections at Thebes , the outlet to the
southwest and to Chicago. At alta-
mont the Wabash system IB met , while
at Thebes the St. Louis Valley , the
Iron Mountain and the Cotton Belt
systems are Joined.
Stanley Will Not Accept the Place.
Medicine Lodge , Kan. , Feb. 10. Ex-
Governor W. B. Stanley has declined
the appointment as member of the
Dawes commission to succeed the late
Senator Dawes. Mr. Stanley said :
"I declined to accept a place on the
commission for the reason that I am
not familiar with tbo duties of the
commission , nor do I know the tenure
of the office. I have gone back to my
law practice and will accept no minor
position that will take me away from
Car Demolishes a Depot.
Washington , la. , Feb. 10. Freight
train No. 95 , westbound , n the south
western branch of the Rock Island ,
owing to the spreading of the rails ,
Jumped the track at Buffalo , thirty
miles east of here , at noon. A car
loaded with rails struck the station
and totally demolished the building.
The family of Agent S. H. Croft lived
over the depot and their five-year-old
daughter was killed. Mr. and Mrs.
Croft are seriously Injured and the
latter may die.
Wheeler Goes Free.
Chicago , Feb. 10. Luke Wheeler ,
convicted of conspiracy to "fix" the
Masonic temple Uxes , was yesterday
allowed to go free by Judge Chetlaln.
Ho was placed under $5,000 bonds and
was warned to so conduct himself
that ho should not again fall within
the Jurisdiction of the court. Wheel
er's original punishment was placed
at Imprlfionment for two years and a
fine of $3,500.
Kendrtck Confers With Trainmen.
Topeka , Feb. 10. Vice President
Kendrick of the Santa Fe Is hero In
conference with the trainmen of the
road In regard to an Increase In wages.
Twenty per cent Is demanded by the
men , but It Is thought n compromise
will bo effected on a basis of 15 per
Mm. Colcnlo Covoll writes from 210 N.
vemio , Aurora , 111.1
"Only IhoMo who Imvo nufforetl with
a grlppo and boon cured can npproclalo
tow Hnilofiil T fool that such a Hplundld
UMllelno n Pcrunn ban boon placed at
lie door of every mirroring ponton.- *
Irfl. ( J. Covoll.
Nnlml HoulptrnM Cur fid of flrlp.
MrH. Mi O. Cooper , of the Itnyal Aca/1-
my of ArtH , ofunion ( , England , nov/
cHldlng lit Washington , 1) . 0. , IHOMO of
ho groutent living WMtlptorHiindpalnlorH
f thn world. HhouuyH :
" 1 take pleasure In recommending Po-
una for catarrh and la grlppo. I have
iifforcd for montliH , mid nflcr Ilio HBO of
> iio bottln of Poruna I am ontlroly woll. "
MrH. M. P. Cooper.
1) . lj. Wallace , a chartnr niombor ol
ho International llarhor'H Union , wrltort
rom ir > WoHtorn avoiuto , MlnnoiipollH ,
" 1'ollowlng a Hovore attack of In grlppo
mwmcd to bo unvoted badly all ovor.
"Ono of > ny ( MiHlomnrH who wart grually
lolpcd by Poruna advlHud mo to try it ,
tnd I procured a bottle the fwmo day.
"fow my head IM eloar , my norvon are
tcady , I enjoy food and nmt woll. Po
runn haH liL'dii worth n dollar adoHo to
no.n.'L. ' . Wallace.
IJouti'iiunt Clurlco Hunt , of Iho Halt
jnko Oily Itarrauks of the Halvatloii
Army , wrltcw from Ogden , Utah :
" Two montliH ago 1 WHH HiiITurlng wltli
o Hovuro a cold that I could hardly Hpualc.
"Our raptaln udvlncd Ino to try Po *
riinii and procured n bottle for me , and
ruly It worked wonders. Within two
vookH 1 wan 'entirely well. " ( Jlarlca
C < > iiKrnnainnn AVlilln's I.rllor.
Tnrbom , N. C.
Gentlemen : I nm more than satis *
fled with I'crnna and find It to bo an
excellent remedy tor the # rand ca
tarrh. I have used It In my family
and they all Join me In recommending
It as an excellent remedy.Ucorge
II. White , Member of Congress.
MrH. T. W. CollliiH , Treasurer Inde
pendent Order of ( lood Tumplars , ol
Hvorott , Wash. , writes :
"After having a povcro attack of In
grlppo T continued In n feeble condition
oven uftor the dootorH called mo cured.
My blood Hcotncil poisoned. Peruua
cured mo. " Mrs. T. W. Collins.
If you do not derive prompt and satlff
factory romiltn from the UHO of Porunn ,
wrlUjntonco to Dr. Ilartinan , giving n
full ( statement of your case and ho will
bo pleaned to glvo you his valuable ad
Acldn-BH Dr. Hartman , President of
The llartuiau Sanitarium , Columbus , O ,
PROTEST AGAINST SMOOT.
Utah People Object to His Being
Seated as Senator.
Washington , Feb. 10. Senator Bur'
rows , chairman of the committee on
privileges and elections , has received ,
a protest against the seating of Hon.
Reed Smoot an a senator from Utah
on the ground that he Is an apostle of
the Mormon church and that as such
he should not represent the people of
Utah In the senate. The document IB
very voluminous and quotes liberally
from sermonsr speeches and other
Mormon utterances showing the pow
er of the priesthood of the Mormon
church over all matters spiritual' ' and'
temporal. Senator Frye , as president
pro tern of the senate , received a
copy of the protest. It was decided :
by Senators Burrows and Fryo not to
present the protest to the senate until
Mr. Smoot'ft credentials are presented ,
when both will be referred to the com
mittee on privileges and elections.
Union Veterans Split.
Springfield. O. , Feb. 10. Fifty delegates -
gates to the national convention of the
Union Veterans' union are In the city ,
representing all parts of the United
States. At the meeting today they
will attempt to reorcanlze the union
along the lines which were Intended
when It was established twenty years
ago. This meeting : Is the result of a.
split In the national convention held
In Washington last September , when
R. G. Dryenforth was elected com
mander over General R B. Hutchln-
Bon of Rochester , N. Y. Hutchlnson
and hip adherents withdrew from the
convention. They claim the delegates
here represent two-thirds of the entire -
tire organization. They propose to
eliminate from membership all veter
ans who did not seen six mon'hs' ser
vice and onp engagement. Hutchlnson
will bo elected commanden
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