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Locomotive Agent in Prison. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Locomotive Agent in Prison. New York, May 31.—Tho Press will this morning publish a statement that L. James Gordon, tales contracting agent lu Russia of tho Baldwin locomotivo works, disappeard from St. Petersbuig last Janunry ami that his disappearance was caused bv his ui rent by the Russian authorities on unknown to the public. It was thtough bis Influence tho Baldwin company received a contract for lotmootivcu for the Trans-Siberian railway, Tho contract was for 52.000,000 and was signed short); before the "disnpponrance" of Gordon. Whether what happened subsequoni to the signing of the contractu wan the cause of th** disappearance is not known At the tlmi* of Gordon's finest f i lends could onh guess at his destination, nnd it Is only within a few weeks that it has been known he was confined arbitrarily in a fortress in the Neva. The American ambassador has been asked to Interest himself In the matter, but without result to the present time.
Attitude Toward the Friars. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Attitude Toward the Friars. Philadelphia, May M —The Catholic Standard and Times will tomorrow publish an Interview with the archbishop of Manila, In Rome, foreshadowing the attitude of the \atican toward tho friars In the Philippines. The archbishop sa&gt;s tho leport is falbo that the Holy See deslted the sacrifice of the possessions of the rereligfous orders In the Philippines on the ground that these possessions ha\e been erected on behalf of the missloiih and that the right of the religious orders ceablng by their withdrawal the yremain to the missions. The archbishop says the alleged piojoct of secuUrlrlng tho religious la entiuly out of tho question. Speaking of ihe extreme fiisceptlhlllty of the I'lllplnos to outride Influence tho archbishop said: "Constanpy he has little of in his character, but of the one thing f am convinced —his duMrp for Independence. The nathes will nexer be rellmed from that idea. They will gi\o In but their submission will not be of enduring ...
REACH AN AGREEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
REACH AN AGREEMENT CONI-I.ICriNG INrCICIfeTS IN MlltlllKIIJJ IMUII'IU 'll)UKIlli:ii AT LAST. 'lho Hoard to He Lett In ln"o llniids of morgan—To Pool Jim-rims « Ith tlio I'nion rinjllc. New York, May 31 —The conflicting interests In the Northern Pacific railroad reached n dual and amicable agreement upon nil mutters of dlsagi cement and their futuro relations to tho propel tj. There has been no announcement of the terms of tho new pact, whkli ends the most rcmurknblu fluauclul battle in the record of Wall street, and none of the details hate been made public. Late this afternoon tho following statement went out on tho ticker: "It Is olllcialiy announced that an understanding has been touched between the Northern Pacific uud the Union Pacific interests under which tho composition or the Northern Pacific board will be left in thu litunui or J. I*. Morgan, cettalu mime-a un\lug alroadj been suggested, which will especially be roeognUed as lepiusuiilatho or the common intelcsts. It is as...
HOW A MINISTER DIED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
HOW A MINISTER DIED Story of How Dr. Ittiln oel* .llnniigeil to .Si euro J'oKmi mid Koil Hl* i.lfe. New- Yoik, Mny 111. —Since tho cable dispatches telling of the tragic deulu at Naples on May IS of Hov. Dr. ilnltliio D. Hjbcock hove been received In this clt&gt;, a number of Inquiries as to how a mini berioiibt&gt; ill from fevei, ns he was, could obtain lho corrosive bubllmnle which he swallowed have heeu made. lu order to clear up tho mysterious por-_ tion of the tingle btory a speelal cable" dispatch won sent to llev. Geoigc S. Webster pastor of the Church of the Covenant n lneinliei ot the paity which aceompnuicd Dr. llubcock, nnd who ale now In charge of tile body. lte\. Dr. Webster sent the following re. ply In a cable measage dated Naples May 110: "Dr. Hnbeocl: had a private room nt tho hospital. The ph&gt;siciaus and surgeons, notybiispecting alij mental dlstui bailee, allowed his baggage containing medicines nnd surgical appliances to lemain In his ...
HEAVY STORMS IN SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
HEAVY STORMS IN SOUTH II ill unit Mind I)cKtro}rt Largo Amount of Valuable l'ropurlj. Vlckshurg, Jllsß.. Muj 31.—A wind storm almost reaching tho ptoporttou of u tornado passed through this section today, prostrating trees, houses and even thing else In its path. So far only one fatality Is reported tho ri-&gt;enr-old daughter of r.lljuh Copeliind, colored. The wind was accompanied by a heavj hall and the damage to tho crops will ho heavj. .
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Nashville, May 31.—a teirifle hail storm passed over Polk count}', dofiig great damago to corn and cotton and completely wiping out the wheat ciap along Highwasse rlvr. The storm was tho flercobt near Wotmore, where the ball fell over a foot deep
Sage Wins a Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Sage Wins a Decision. St Paul, Minn. May 31— decision of tho state supremo court today ItusFeJ] Page is given tho title to tho land in Stearns county, and tho settlcis who havo been Improving the farms there are deprived of their homes and lose the fruits of their inhois. Tho dlhjiute over tho title to tho land grew out of the grant of lunds to the Hastings &amp;. Dakota lailtuad, made by congress In IiCC
Want Woolens Inspected. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Want Woolens Inspected. Denver, May 31—In pursuance of resolulloiib adopted tit the annual convention or the National I*l vo stock assochitlon In Salt Lake Cltv luM. January, Piesldent John W. Springer has appointed a special committee to v\oik for the enactment of a law b&gt; congress which Hh'ill provide for an Inspection of woolen goods and shall compel manufacturers to label their products as all woo] or part cotton or part shoddy, as the caao uiav he. The committee cosistb of C. O Stockslacger, of Bo!«e Idaho, chairman; oxSenator T. C Powers, Ilenela, Nont.; Mortimer Lev ring, L-ifajette, Jnd ; C S. Oosne&gt;, Flagstaff, Arizona, and Lwlght Lincoln, Milford Center. Ohio.
Found a Barrel of Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Found a Barrel of Money. Eldorado, la , May .11 —ln (earing off thQ roof of an old farm house north of 1 his city today Martin Hnhter found a barrel of money. 1o his astonishment he was almobt buried by a rain of silver dollars. It Is likely some old miser at an early date burled the money, as the due on tho coins are quite old. *
Appointments by Gov. Yates. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Appointments by Gov. Yates. Springfield, May Si.—Gov. Yates today announced the following appointments: Walter A. Math lea, Centnilla, member of the stnte board of arbitration; Fred J. Jedcff, Springfield, trustee of Western Normal School at Macomb, George C. Cole, Springfield, traveling food Inspector: Capt. James M Swale?, Jacksonville, custodian of ineorlal hall at the state house.
CUBA MUST ACCEPT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
CUBA MUST ACCEPT The Piatt Amendment Without Qualification—Ultimatum to Convention. THREE REASONS ARE GIVEN Wliy President ami Cabinet Kojr-elcu Action of Cuba's Convention—A Surprise- in Jlavana. Washington. May 31.—Tlio ndnilnlstrution hiH decided the action or the Cubn.i loiistituilonal cun\untioii in accepting thu terms of the l'lott amemlment with modifications and llllerpictutious of their own la nut "substantial" coiniilluiicu with our tonus, within the moaning or thu amendment, anil Seciotary Hoot will comoy thlß Intelligence to tfe convention. &gt; This decision war loacUed at a cabinet iiiietliiK toiln&gt;. Tlie meeting lasted o\or a'l houi and a hair una hail boil preceded by an hour's, coiiterenu! between the picaIdent and Senuiuri Piatt ol Connecticut and I.odse or .Massachusetts, us the author of tho amendment, tho president dualled to learn tho views or l'lott and nlbo tliCHo or Lodge, who la olio or tho intluenlial meitibcis of tJ w committee on forel...
SURPRISE IN HAVANA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
SURPRISE IN HAVANA. Hnvnnn, May 31.—Tho declplon of tho United State? unvernment not to accept the Cuban constitution as adopted by tho Havana convention inured great, purprlso Mid It pen disappointment to those, membets or the eoimntlon who voted in favor of the constitution an adopted. Thu two lending r-onseivatlvos who wero In- ! ten lew od tonight on tho subject, said In j huhsiunce that they bad lesson to suppose that the constitution would bo at-'*! cepted at Washington and that otherwise tbev would have not voted for tho majority rppoit a*» submitted. Tboy also pointed out that in order to avoid tho possibility of rejection tho majority had been changed at tho InbL moment by striking out the Intel pretatlon nt the end of the clauses and putting these In the form of a resolution by themselves, thus accepting the Piatt amendment as passed bv congress. Both the delegates expressed regret that n inlMindcrtttnuriing had*arlfien and should tl'pv have doubted the convention 'would n...
Nash Still in the Race. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Nash Still in the Race. Columbus, O , May lit.—r. X. Sinks, private secretary of Gov. Nash, made a. public statement today regal ding the governor's position on the question of seeking a renomination. lie aavs that the governor stands today In the name position he did some months ago, when he sild that If the Republican party dealred to honor him with a tenomluntlou he would accept, and that thero Is no probability of Gov. Nanh's health Interfering with the work of a campaign.
FEAR LEPER IS FREE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
FEAR LEPER IS FREE Health Authorities Look for a Dowlette Supposed to Have Dread Disease. Chicago, May 31.—Health olltclals ore looking lor John Stewart, 1362 North Washtenaw avenue, who Is said to be afflicted with leprosy and is now hiding and under streatment by "Dr." John Alexander Dowle. Dr. James Nevans Hyde is given by the department as authority for the stnlenient that Stmta.it has the leprosy. Medical Inspector John A. Riley Is detailed on the taee and has made a report to Commissioner Reynolds, the contents of which have not yet been made public. The Stewart fanlilj Is auld to h.no come originally fiom tho Sandwich Islands, whole the supposed It per win, bum. Mis Sluvv.irt. John's umihti, Is a follower of 1)1 Dowle, act ot ding to leporl, and believes that Dowle can euio him. It Is unnoted that lini.lv has allowed Stewait to mingle fieels with his uingicgiitliin at tho his ineitlngs held In the Auditorium and Cullseuin and that ho went to Wiiukegati ycaterduj. "The llowlel...
Brief Notes From Paxton. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Brief Notes From Paxton. Puxtoa, May 111 (Special.)—Tho K. of P. bnnd of thla city, gave an upon air (otueit last evening at tho oomor of Market anil I'ellß btieots, which with welTattended Tho music was lllbt chtfis mid wiih highly enjoyed. Tho Innd leoelved yesleidny forenoon their new* uniforms, which have beta expected fot tome time. They gioon elulh, trimmed with white euib'inhlcH. Tho caps betr the Utluls K. of I'., and tho woul Pnxlon Is wuiUcd 11l tho coat collars Tho band loottß well in tho new BUitH whlcli cost about JWO. —On Sunduy morning at the Luthoran church communion soivices will bo Obaei\ed. Thoi evening service will boido\oted lu a leiledicatlon of tho ro-eon-Htiuc.ted cburch oillllce, on wlilLh occnslon llovs VeMllng, of J.aidtligloli, Mich.; Korsborg, of Kuimeravllle, and Pearson, of Itnukln. will uH6lat Pasloi Olbod. County Judge Mcelroy h.is appointed as members of (he boiird of review for this itnr Hon. John A. Scott, of Piper City, and S J. Ijoi'Y'Vcr, of Gi...