The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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Our Trade With the Dark
Washington. Sept. ti.—The increased
public interest in affairs in Africa, ami
especially South Africa, resulting from
recent developments, lends interest t<>
*ouao statements just prepared by the
treasury bureau of statistics relative to
the ’commerce of the United States
ivitii that continent. F.xports from
the United Slates to Africa were in the
fiscal year 1890 more than live times as
great as they were In 1880. The total
exports front the United States to all
of Africa in the th-c.af year 1889 were
but $.1,490,505, and in 1 - 09 they were
Jfrom the Cape to ('also and from Li
beria to Abyssinia. American manufac-
tures and American foodstuffs art*
making their way. Kail road bridges
iu the Nile valley, mining machinery
In the gold and diamond districts,
clothing and foodstuffs iu I he Soudan,
all find an increasing demand. Ex-
ports from the U nited States to Africa
have grown more rppMly since 1809
than those of any other of the grand
divisions of the world, while Asia sod
Oceanian come nest. Europe next,North
America next and South America last
in the list, showing the relative growtii
tn our exports. To Africa the increase
from 1893 to 1800 is 18 per cent; to
Asia and Oceanica, 185 per cent; to Eu-
rope, 42 per cent; to North America, 52
percent, and to South America, 10 per
cent, while the increase in the grand
total during that peiiod lias been, in
round terms, 45 per cent.
OTIS DONE UP.
Critl<*Um anil Climate linve Iteen To*
M m-lt I or II im
Victoria, l!. C., Sept. Among the
passengers arriving bv the last orient
xl steamer were several direct from the
Philippines, included among them he
trig E. Burton Holmes, the Chicago
lecturer; Major Rucker of the regular
cavalry and a dozen noncommissioned
officers and privates on sick furlough.
Holmes, while at Manila, was the
guest for some days of Gen. Otis, whose
health, lie says, has become serious!.
affected by the difficulties and anxie-
ties of the campaign and the outspoken
criticism indulged in the home news-
papers, which for the present his physi-
cians have advised him not to read.
lie lias become a victim to melan-
cholia and insomnia, and his condition
is declared to he critical.
Via© Army Held to Go at Flrat Sicn
Rennes, Sept. 4.—As the end of the
Dreyfus court-martial trial comes
-within sight, the French government
is beginning to display a fear that the
verdict may give rise to trouble, and
orders have just been received by two
regiments of in far.try and one cavalry
regiment, alrca.lv within hail of Ren-
nes, to hold themselves in readiness to
marcli on the town at the first sign of
disorder to occupy ait strategical
points and to repress manifestations in
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Chicago Has Fifteen Hun-
dred of Us There.
Chicago, Sept. 6.—A meeting of for-
mer citizens of Kansas has been held
here and. a permanent organization
known as the Kansas Association of
Chicago was formed. The officers of
the new association are:
George K. Peck, president: 1.. I).
Skinner, secretary; \V. E. Brown, treus-
There are about 1,500 former citizens
of Kansas in Chicago and tlu-y are
countiugon giving Governor Stanley of
that state a rousing welcome when In-
comes to Chicago next month to attend
I he trust conference.
13 A FREEMASON
'I fl'k4 of I SillippinCH :tt SetH'Oll of tli«
Washington, Sept. ti. — President
Sehurman of the Philippine commis-
sion was present by invitation at a
meeting of the Cabinet and made n
comprehensive statement of the situa-
tion in the islands. Jt is understood
that he will make a statement soon to
the press which will cover hisobserra-
tionson the islands and later will inakt
a formal report to tfie President cover-
ing the subject in detail. The report,
however, wilL not tie made until the
other members of the commission ar-
rive in Washington and not until aftei
Admiral Dewey’s return. It is under-
stood that Mr. Sehurman takes a hope-
! lul view of the situation in the l’hilip-
pines and lias no doubt that our in-
! creased forces we will ho able to make
j comparative short work of Aguiualdo
1 and the insurgent forces. He stated
I that although Aguinaldo is the leader
of a very strong faction of the natives,
he does not by any means fairly re-
present the entire population, a consid-
erable number appearing to be more or
less indifferent as to the outcome ol
MdfcmtHit to I'onn Amiot Iu» by Ke«
Sau Fraucisco, Sept. 0.—It is possi-
ble that a special volunteer regiment
of infantry will be raised in this city to
enter the field against tho Filipino
army. Captain Geary, of the Cali-
fornia heavy artiilcry, who has just
A committee has been appointed to
secure good business positions for
members of the Tennessee regiments
honorably discharged from the ser-
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Howard Sutherland of West Vir-
ginia lias been tendered the appoint-
ment of director of tlie Porto Rican
.Miner- in West I'ittston collieries*
Fa., ai - in an ugly mood. In a fight
with a repair squad one man was kill-
ed and right hurt.
At the Osage payment, now going on
iu cheers, are being sent by mail to an-
nuities, as lias been the custom. An-
nuities are behig paid only to those
who sign the hills in persons.
The lielgian chamber of deputies has
rejected ,t motion to revise the consti-
tution, the vote standing 59 against 31.
The motion was intended to pave tho
way for a universal suffrage hill.
Under a convention recently signed
between the United States and Ger-
many, to go into effect Oct 1, articles
of merchandise not exceeding 11 lbs.
in weight, may go by mail, at 12 cents
A man recently sold to Eeavcnwortl.
jointists a recipe for making whisky
out of drugs, lie charged $25. Fif-
teen jointists bought the recipe. The
revenue officers and the drinkers ara
Au effort is being rnudo by Kansans
in Washington and by Governor Stan-
ley to get a promise from the president
lo visit Kansas mid to welcome tho
Twentieth when that body of Kansas
heroes reacher home.
The Lord Mayor Tallon, of Dublin,
and Hon. John F. Redmond, M. P.,
have accepted an invitation to visit lhs
United States to inaugurate tho move-
ment hi America for a monument fot
Charles Stewart Parnell.
\Ylt!cIi is Exprctflfl to I iilliH'nce Two
•IihIkph in ili© fus'casc.
Rennes, France. Sept. 5.—The anti- j
Dreyfus press of Paris seem to think
■hey struck a vital blow at the defence |
when they printed proofs that Dreyfus i
s a freemason. The charge lias fre- !
I neatly been made by the Catholic
press, which is equally bitter against
Dreyfus anil the masons, hut up to now
proof has been lacking. Yesterday,
however, someone furnished Millevoye,
of I.a Patrie, with a copy of tho official
report to the supreme masonic council ,
of France for 1803, wherein Dreyfus i >jroi'gkt his hoys hack from Cavite,
appears to have taken the thirty-second "UK llie fir!,t »n« to conceive and tele-
degree. The idea is that this will in graph to Washington the idea of or-
ffuence tho Catholic judges, two at 1 Kat>iz|ng another regiment from among
least, of whom are very active partisans ! ’ *1P I'&turued fighters and former volun-
of their faith, leers of the west. Permission was
Doubts of full acquittal, even of any | l>artl-v gra|Hcd, but the governor, of
acquittal, are becoming so general the I ,jli,'oruia must approve it before any
cabinet discussed the .situation and a
movement was begun to take the mat-
ter before the court of cassation with
tlie design of having the proceedings
quashed on the ground that peoeeedure
hefo e the court-martial lias illegally
transcended the limits set by the eas- :
•siltion court in transferring the case to j u)
thing can he done.
(toned If h Doors Ttiroujjli
Washington, Sept. 4.—The Comp-
troller of tho currency has closed the
doors of the Atchison National bank
of Atchison, Kan. According to its
report of June 3, last, the hank had a
capital of $50,000; surplus and nnefi-1
vtded dividends?l 1,385: due depositors,
8180,103; circulation outstanding, 815,-
900; total resources and liabilities,
v .,.>|s, (t s Jobes, now bunk <x
ft miner for Kansas, lias been appointed
The suspension is duo, generally
speaking, to bad investments.
Meet and Make ApproprlittU*u for
'I ravel of llio Slut ICcgimeut.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 5.—For sever-
wceks a committee lias been solicit-
ing signatures from members of tho
legislature to u pledge in which the
| signers agree to vote for an appropria-
j tion of $40,000 to pay t lie transporta-
tion ot the Fifty-first Iowa volunteers
irom San I1 rati cisco to the state and
i giving them n reception. The com-
; mittce announces that success is as-
NO PLANS FORMED
ror tho Qoveruinetit of t !i«* Philippine
Washington, Hspt, 5. A member of
tho Cabinet, commenting on a publish-
ed statement, stated tluit no definite
plans whatever have been made by the
President, nor is he at the present time
giiing the subject ranch thought. He
will co-operate with the committee, of
Congress when the matter cornes for
settlement, but it is certain that lie
will not formulate any hard and fast
system of government and Wasist upon
Bankers in Aiiinml Convention.
Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 5.—The Twen-
auuunl convention of the
American Bankers’ association is in
session in tin- auditorium of the Cham-
ber of Commerce building with proba-
bly the largest attendance in the his-
tory of the organization.
Between twelve and fifteen hundred
visiting bankers, representing all sec-
tions of tiic country, are present.
I l.e amount of capital represented
U.v the delegates in round numbers i»
given at $5,700,000,000.
Dm- Hundred of 'I train KulWted by Con.
Manila, Sept. 4. Lieutenant Boston
of tl e Fourth cavalry, has organized a
band of loo Maecnbee scouts, who will
operate under the direction of Major
: General Lawton. AU of them were
; former Spanish volunteers. They will
bo uniformed and will be armed with
The Maccabees will have a flag rais-
1 inK *nd barbecue ou Friday ne.Tt.
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Smith, I. E. The Yukon Weekly. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1899, newspaper, September 8, 1899; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913456/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.