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London", .luno 0. The Daily Eivsj has a dispatch from
Shanghai, doted Tuosd ly, .;hicl say: ' Russian troops have been
ordered from Port Arthur to the naihb.n-liodd of Peking to punish
the Boxers for killing two Uossaclc$
Berlin, Juno 5. Tho lat,eaii re
considers tSncounter bctweon the
probably frauglit with the groateat dnngor. Nev,s has also reached
here tTftro'sevornl German and Catholic missions in the provin"e"
of Shantung have been pillagod by mitts, supposed to have betii
incited by the Boxers' agitation.
Shanghai, June 0. The soldiers
ci's have fought an ongtigeiiiftnt.
tilled on both sides.
In consequences of tho representations of Japan, the landing of a
liwge Russian forcoatTakuis alleged to-h4ve been sjpppcd.
It is believed here that should
ponderating military force to the
.vill inevitably result.
Alarming reports are current
f the mobilization of tho Japnoso fleet.
The Russian Minister at Peking, M. dp Giers, has made another:
ttempt to induce tho Chincso Foreign Orfice to ormally request
lussian assistanoe to restore ordsr, but4ho offer has not yet been
Tho mobs who murdered the English missionaries Robinson and
NToriaan, mutilated and disemboweled the bodies'. The station at
fan-Tin, three miles from Peking,
Iinister, Sir Claude M. MacDonaldis reported to be quite ill.
London, June 6. 10:25 a. m. Lord Rober'U telegraphed to the
'.Var Office as follows:
"PunToniA, Juno 5," 5:3f p. m.
ed off most satisfactorily and the
f tho Government offices. Tho
husiastic reception than I anticipated. Tho Third Battalion Of the
Grenadier Guards lined tho square
1 J.1- 1- f 1
"uwmg 10 meir navng ouen on uuty ( ui some uistiutuc around
he town, very few cavalry and infantry were'ablo to take part in
,he ceremony. ,
"Several of 'our Officers who had
London, June 5. Lord Roberts
tho Imperial Yeomanry by the Beers near Lindley. His dispatch
s as follows:
"Pretoria Station, Juno 5,
tho Thirteenth Imperial. Yeomanry, had to surrender to a very
superior foi;ce' ot the jineuiy on
ceiving information of the Battalion beinfir attacked I ordered
Methuen to proceed, with all speed
"Methuen was then on tho
Kroonstadt.and, half an hour after
June 1st, ha, started off. By 10 a.
marched forty-four miles in twenty-five hours, but ho was too into
to rescue Colonel Spragge's Yeomanry. Methuen attacked tho
Boers, who wore between 2.000 and( 3,000 strong, and after a run
ning fight of five hours completely .routed the enemy.
"It is a very regrettable circumstance; but I trust it will not bo.
cry long before tho Irish Yeomanry are released from captivity."
London, June (3. A special dispatch from Lourenzo Marquez
lated Tuesday, June i, says: ; , , j
"General Buller and Christian Botha met at Laing's Nek at
Bul'or's request, whenathrep days' armistics was agreed upon.'-'
Wahington, Juno 2. The President to-day sent 1o the Senate
tho following nominations for Hawaiian ofiices? Morris M. Esteo of
California to be United States District' Judge for the Territory of
flawaii; John C. Baird of Wyoming to bo United States District
Attorney of Hawaii; Daniel P. Ray 6f Illinois to be United States
Marshal of Hawaii. 4
New York, May 31. A cutia to
n. m., says: Major Peyton C. March of tho Thirty-third Volunteer
Infantry, who .Has been pursuing Aguiuuldo, has successf ully
crossed the mountaius of Northern Luapn and is now at A'parri
He reports coming up witli tha supplied bodyguard of Aguioaldo
north of Oagayan -valley. During the light which followed it was
iceu that an insurgent officer was shot from off His horse. Ho whs
rescued by his comrades, but His horse and saddle bags were
captured. The saddle bags contained Aguinaldo's personal papers.
Badex Weiler, (Badon), Juno").- Stephen Crane, the American
iuthor and war correspondent, died ho.ro today, aged 80 ' yejirs. j
Stephen Crane .our yoars ago made a great Hit with ''Tho Red!
Badge of Courage." It is cast in the form of a romance aud'.is a I
letailed study of the. development of arjnv recruit in ourCivihWur
undor tho lire of the enemy! What m:vde. it noteworthy was that
Orano could Have hud no real experience of wbat he described with
lmvstsrly fjrjian 1 gr.iliic rjiUs n u5 jJTpiuiJ bj Telatji in
Iris sketches of Sebastopol.
New York", Juno 2, The organization of the National .Sugar
rtofining Company of Now -Jemiy was completed tp-day in Jersey
City. Tho now company, is a combination of tho National, Molhm
nauer, Doscher companies. Tho stock i& divided into 10,000,00pof
aompn jmd 10,000,000 of preerred shares. Tho assets comprise
illtho pknts of tho three companies in . tho combination and
several million dollars in cash. , .
London, Juno., I.7-A belated dispatch from. Krooi'sUlt, dated
Tupsday, May.2f), ,'eports that President Kijiiegpi; is. vry ill and
ulds.. that, the. stitiAfx-nastpr, at; Kjoynsuult, Jatiys the President
Je.aA This, liuwevov, wus
Bosfers and Russians an
dispatched to attack the Bo::-
quio olosd to Peking. Many wore
Russia pei'si st in sending a pre
fron a collision with Japan
liore ol the hun'ied completion
has been, burned.. The British
The occupation of the town pass
British Hag is now hoisted on top
troops mot with a much more ea-
when tho march past took place.
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been prisoners were among the
today announced the capture of
12:oo p. m. I regret torepjrt that
May 31st, near Lmdloy. On re
to its assistance.
march on tho Heilbron side of
the receipt of my telegram, on
m. of the folio whig day he had
thoSunfroni Manila, May '31, ;":40j
Congresi is nbout to adjourn.
Tlib 1 ; t-st ofct'raalo 61" 'the liloifdlkc
dean-up is e.2.".)CUi),(.fiO.
,'. Pyknics capluVOjl ;n TJguuda,
. J'.-i'a, will be shown ul U10 Pa'riJ
iiubels threaten Panama. Insur-,-
ir.ta are reportbd six miles from
1 .ie city.
It is believed that Sa'fisbriTy will
remain as Premier, of England dca
I'.iUs contrary reports.
In the French Sunate on Juno 2d,
ifaeDroyfus amnesty bill was adop
ted by 233 to 34 votes.
England is determined Krucgor
'tftall leave tho Trruisvanl when .the
..ar is over, or before, forever.
K measure to abrogate tlio Clayton-'
i.ulwer treaty lias been reported
.orably in the Senate.
Ivrueger is reported as suffering
.n paralysis of the brain, saj's a
i--. adon dispatch of June 4.
The census-takers at YvTasliington
Logan their work by taking the
f nsus of the White House.
W. K. Vandorbilt, Jr. has pur
chased a French automobile which
i.-i said to run sixty miles an hour.
The German arm
a balloon twice as bi'J as Andre's,
v hich will be the largest ever floated.
The freport of Aguinaldo's death
is generally credited by Filipinos,
ueeprding to Loudon dispatches.
Three Brooklyn "men have been
a.Testcd for selling cancelled revenue
s tamps which they had cleaned.
There is a big boom in cotton ex
ports from the United States,
according to statistics of April
, President Harper of tho Universi
ty of Chicago has been received by
the Czar of Russia and treated with
Wong Jeung, a Chinese, .was shot
i.nd killed iu Chinatown, San Fran
cisco, ana ins menus say that a
Japanese did the killing.
There is much anxiety in Shanir
'. m over the safety of Americans
who have- not succeeded yet in
: caching Tien-Tsin.
Maj. Gen. Otis, still in quarantine
.it Angol Island, San Francisco,
wu forced to submit to vaccination
.y the quarantine officers
uliam R. Hearst, owner of the
:.cw 4 piK journal nr.il.tlio ban
i ianciseo Examiner, wiljstart an
11 "ening; paper m Chicago on July !
A discovery nas oeon mau? y a
'feuna dentist whereby certain
electric currents wia. dpst.r03' baoto
a, thus painlessly healing disease
The census supervisor at San
l-'rancisco has encountered
difficulty, in tho .quarantining of
Chinatown on account of tho plague
Dreyfus. . troubles still disturb
France. General Morcier may bo im
pf.iehod and The Aurore, a Drey
.r-i-urd paper, is to bo prosecuted
Socialist students from colleges
1 over the United States have
livened at Boston to discuss plans
ir the oxteuiion of socialistic prop
. Russia, has warned Turkoy that
hc Armenian pereoutions must
caso, and threaten , to fiend an
;,rmed force to see that her warn
. Former Qovonwi" Taylor of Ken
i.ucky has boon ohavgod with being
in accessory to tho murder of
G o vernor .William s G oebel '.,
Pope Leo racaivod at., ipbtoial
audioieo tJiq Catholic archbishops
of St. Louis mid Now Orleans and
.the Bishop, of Sault Ste. Marie
.He donlored Archbishon Irelnnd
!tf ttor to the Duko of Norfolk. He
said thq Caiholic church Jn .Ain.Qric.a
uatlonal Izeu.1.' AJshi2&
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