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VOLUME 2. NUMBER 11.
Lim a, Peru, May 2 Alarming ca
blegrams have been received here from
Santiago de Chile saying that the
Chilean government has instructed.its
minister at Washington, Senor Walker
Martinez, to inquire if the United
States will defend Peru in case Chile
shall proceed forcibly on the question
of annexing the provinces of Tacna
a nd Arica. which that couutry is dis
posed to do.
It was rumored in December that
CHILE HAS A CHIP
ON HER SHOULDER
May Attempt to Take Two Provinces from
Peru by Force.
me minister 01 tne upends or unite
had presented to the fjjhamber of depu
ties a message asking I'm fTfe annexa
tion of Tacna a nd Arica. The session
of the chamber was secret, but accord
ing to information of a reliable nature
the plan of the minister was to estab
lish in Ihe iwo provinces the civil ad
ministrative methods of Chile and to
thus put an end to the difficulties aris
ing from the special system carried on
'iafc- mi'^- is'J& a i*2 ^2*^&'-B -8 -$ '-ft -ft -1
Commencing Saturday morn
ing, April 301 li we will give JJ
a discount oi" 25i all
O'Lcary 4 Bowser
W have just closed a very sueccessftil year, and
just starting on our second we heartily thank our
patron* for their past support anil extend to all a
courteous invitation to call on us for anything in
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLASS WAKE, DINM5K
Fancy Dishes, Men's Ware, Cigars,'tobacco, Caiulie
Last year we laid the foundation for a successful
business on our Genuine Kvery-Day Bargain Prices
which we are going to continue, a nd will even give
you mo re for your money this year than last.
The Fair Variety Cas Store
iiO-l West Third Street.
General Banking Business. Fire Insurance.
Made entirely of metal and fancy colored canvas. The material
is light and firmly braced, finished in black enamel Folds com
pactly, occupying space of only 4*i
to to to
to to to
to to to to to
to to to 0? to
Spring is Here and So are We.
x3 inches. Is set up or folded
by removing only four stove bolts. Perfectly simple.
Let the Comfort Chair make you
really so. The Comfort Chair is
different from almost anything else.
It's not a hammock, not a swing, not
a chair. The good things of all com
bined. Simply solid comfort whether
sitting or reclining. Every action of
the chair is automatic. Whatever
position your body assumes, the chair
jost follows, a nd that without any effort on your part.
see it, to sit in it, costs you nothing.
buy it and have it delivered
your door costs you only $ 5.00
E. L. NAYLOR.
WORLD' S FAI ISOPE N AL
BUTTON AT WASHINGTON
EXERCISES AT EXPOSITION GROUNDS
8PEECHES BY SECRETARY TAFT.
PRESIDENT FRANCIS AND
St. Louis. May 2.- Al 1:01 p. m..
to tin' (oiling of hells omul the crash
of bahcls, iho sweeping chorus of the
"Star Spangled liannrr" sung by a
thousand voices and the cheers of die
greatest throng ever assemble.*! in the
city of St. Louis, the Louisiana I'm
cha se exposition was formally de
clared open-: President Roosevelt, at
Washington, pressed ihe gold key by
which the do.-trie tin nit was hruKcu
releasing the gigantic power of the ex-,
position, putting in motion the 4J,0of
horsepuwer machinery and the fairy
like cascades on the exposition
ground s. The exercises in idem to! ho
opening occupied the entire morning.
Exercises at the Grounds.
Promptly at I) o'clock the officers
a nd directors of the exposition, the
members of the national commission
and of the board of lady managers
were gathered at the Administration
buildup where, as rapidly as possible,
they were formed into a procession
and march ed to the. Plaza oi St. Lotus
in' the center of the grounds, where
the formal exercises of the opening
were conducted. As the column front
the Administration building enUu'e.l
the plaza a long line formed of tepre
sentatives of foreign governments,
which had assembled in the Hall of
Congresses, came pouring into the
plaza front another avenue. At the
head ot the line, immediately behind
the music were the members of the
exposition committ ee on foreign rela
tions, then came commissioners and
representatives of foreign governments'
which have ambassadors ac red it eel to
the United States, marching in the
order of presentation of credentia ls to
the exposition. Following these came
representatives of governments having
ministers accredited to the United
States government and then a great
number of other representatives of for
eign governments and colonies almo
in the order of presentation of their
credentials to the exposition.
Present Gay Appearance.
This column presented by far the
gayest appearance of the day. for the
foreigners made a prodigal display of
gold lace and bright colors, in glitter
ing contrast to the black silk hats and
dark frock coats which were so promi
nent among the officials and digni
tari es of the exposition. A third! col
umn came shortly afterward formed
by -representatives of the state and
territorial governments in the Union.
The participants in the exercis es
quicUly look-lheir--places at the base'
of the Louisiana monument where a
small stand had been elected for the
speakers and seats provided for the
listeners. The assemblage was called
to order without delay by Preside nt I).
R. Francis of the exposition, who re
quested the aiuliejQce to rise while the
Rev. Frank M. Giinsauliis of Chicago
delivered the invocation.
President Francis, as the chief ex
ecutive of the ex posit ionjjjrcm, deliv
ered- the opening address.
At the conclusion of his address
President Francis recognized William
H. Thompson, of the committee on
grounds and buildings, who present ed
to President Franc is Isaac S. Taylor,
the director of works. Mr. Taylor de
livered to-Preside nt Franc is the keys
of the exposition and presented diplo
mas of merit To the chiefs of his staff.
After the rendition of the" march,
"Louisiana," by Sousa's band I'res:-.
dent Francis transferred the exposi
tion buildings to Frederick J. V. Skiff,
the director of exhibits.
Mayor Welcomes Visitors.
President Francis then introduced
Mayor Holla Wells of St. Louis, who
spoke briefly, extending to the people
of the United States and to the resi
dents jTf__ej2U_nJLiies -abroadae riliirl
wclcome to the city of St. Louis when
they should visit the exposition.
lion. Thomas II. Carter, president of
the national commission, then spoke
on behalf of the body of which he is
At the conclusion of Senat or Carter's
address President Francis introduced
TSena oFT. 11 in ha of-New Hampshire,
who spoke on behaIf_of the senior
house of congress.
Following the- speaker for the higher
branch of congress came James A.
Tawr.ey of Minnesota, who spoke for
the national Rouse representatives.
For the dome-t ic exhibitors Fdward
H. Hanimnn. pfe|Iden1 ot the New
York state commission, delivered the
The BpSaTte! for tire foreign ex- Baggestl stitnide
thp-evpT^tt^TrrrTn1^?!^'':^ the lav. shown that
Paris the former walking delegate of ^V S
The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
BEM1D.U. MINNESOTA. S.\TUUAY MAY 1,AW\.
O N BOAR AR E LOST
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESSES AMERICAN SCHOONER EN ROUTE TEN KILLED AND MANY INJURED
TO HALIFAX WRECKED
ON A REEF.
Halifax. N. S May 2 A message
received here stat es that the hooner
hibiiors was Commissioner general Latei Roc her married Mrs. Sehrot the Uritish learner Cresy], boar.'.
Albine Kuncin ol Mexico, who wa
j,o had in the mf-ai me se rin I from Cardifl oi llnenos Ayr^s rhir-
tbe Hrsl eommissioiier g^ieral of a SL'i"Q itc-ur.-itic on lei ^h-ii-aiid's life, teen tn-ui)ii:tjjjji_LiiL-U^A
foreign country to rect a |rdvilitni_jm_l_\v4
The chorus of "Ameriea" was then pi-dtested againsl th I fuggf-s-
r.u.z and the Hon. William II. Tsff, ti .n R-ooker told hei he had ki!!--I
secretary oi war. acting as the- ic|.... g,),,,,,.
gprTrativ% Of The" president of the Unit- \i
s, -.v.-, aid- to appear
ed States, delivered the last address of a the
the Structural Ironworkers' union of--] London, May 2.A parliamentary
at the most and may die at any mo
BIG PRICE FOR PRIVILEGE.
Figures in Wells-Fargo Deal With
San Francisco. May 2.- Mote books
of Wells, Fargo fi Co ht\e been in
spected and more of it-- officials
ainined b\ the Texas authorities in -the
suit brought by that state to put into were killed and abotri thirty injured,
effect Hie new railroad CWuiiiission l-.twq fatally. The known dead are Ihi
tariff inducing the rate- of express glueer RaUej and Master Me.haiii'
companies between 9 and 10 per cent,.' -Tabor. Fxpreas Mem*nge-r He Hjoai
In the course qi cjoss-esailiinhtioti \-axid Fireman fUunbe.rl WPrFfatally uT
the facf was developed ih.n \\vils.
Fargo & Co. In I00| made a .,1 i. i
the Soul he. Pacific raihoa.t bj whb It
it got a lenew'al for iliitteen years ot i
the exclusive express privileges on the
Southe rn Pacific lines.
F6t' tttis privilege the express nmi-l
pany paid the railroad a hohus of $:!, a nd it \Vir ioc sar\ to abandon it on
000,000, including $750',o00 of express I the main line near Wiekes Siilim
company stock, and agreed to give it Orders wo n: t-.-ind for all northbound
40 per cent of its annual gross earn-
The Texas officials are probfnu deep
ly into the company's state t of
its exi.ensea in Texas and als,, into
show taat the company can affoj'd to:
have t's. larift reduced as prupn^ei !j
by the railroad commission. i
WHILE SERVING WARRANT.
Illinois Constable Killed and Another
Officer Wounded? road Telegraphers (inployotj on tie-
Mount Vernon. 111.. May 2.Albert datid Trunk inllwnj thai ma.s lead to
Wood, a constable, was killed and atieiipelthe MI! ire line |i ('In. ,i e,
Curtis Gregory, anuih.)-eonslable. was to Pert land. teiptei kas he-mi-^nf-tfe
seriously v.diinded in- a light in Far lo the irtimstqjr of, labor for the ap
ringlon township with tv.n men nllegrtl fioint tmiit of a c"ohcIJ]ntoi'4' foiii-mltlee
to have been William and lCbhorl How- to imiuire inn tin- "ditiVr.-ii' esfel
ard. brothers, one id'whom-theromeers Inj I vveo-n mp"ati and th-i:"
seug'.i to a I -u a u.'. 'a'".. and rrp If [he
Itobert Howard is aid lo have made mil,it.-, d.-eiine-, t.. excuelse hi:: pew
threats against coYfpiii persons in ihis
IN WRECK ON THE IRON
Onoro of Annapolis, bound from the
West Indies for Halifax with molasses, i
is wrecked at Herring Cove and all ENGINEER HAD INSTRUCTIONS O
on board are lost.
TAKE SIDING AND SHOULD
Tlie Onoro. which was a small
schooner commanded by- Captain At
kinseii, struck on Uun.ans reef, not
far from this harbor, and was wreck..!.
She is believed hen? to have carried a
crew of five men.
EXCESSIVE RATE OF SPEED THE CAUSE
HAVE SLOWED ^P^
am 1)1( aK
coun ty and a peace warrant was pro- can lie averted. The t.-hciajthtrra de
cured." Constaltle Hregory slat es that nia.nd an ihcrc'sf in wages, reudjiisi
they had arrested Robert Howard and merit ol (he work.ing days, a certain
had proceeded a fShorj distancd with j'ni.imber ol holidays and extra pay f.
him in their custody when his brother ..Sunday-work unci overtim?.-
LOSS HALF A MILLION.
FOR PANAMA PAYMENT.
Ferme, B. Practically Wiped Out
Secretary Shaw Makes Another Call by Fire.
on Depository Banks. tieoitver. C, May 2. -Nim
Washington, .May 2. SeereUiry tenths ol FeFnto, I! a town-of -3,0015,
Shaw has made an additional call on the lari e.-i aettJ/'trienJ in the Ctow-i
depository banks for 10 per cent of NjesJ Pass di-stri t, has been d.eilxo.vqil
their holdings mi aucount of-Ihe Pan by lire. The e^iimat.d [ofis is JfiO'V
am i canal pure base 0"0. The wntr-r supply alriiosl falleci
The call was made on banks having and the fire burned it'sell out.
deposits ol J'loouou or over at the time Nearly the whole of six blocks were
of the last call. The payment is to be destroyed, including six hotels, two
made ori or before May in. wholesale house., chiii oiuireji and
I virtually all the tflail stoi cs In town.
Wife Given Life Sentence. There werejio casualties
foSerf^K^ UNUSUAL FOR THIS SEASON.
Eli/.abeth, convicted on their pleas of--- ,r .,-.-r-
shoplifting, have- bee,, 1 i, ll
a exits still remain against the two.
has found Charles Rock er guilty of
SAMUEL PARKS DYING. from wh om li had not been divorced, factory did aborn $Ht, I damag e,
i)-uh '.overed -bv ii,suan. 'n,.-
Prison P'.r.sirian Says He Cannot. EMIGRATION" FROM IRELAN D. fixe ena'od in the pain'"" -h and
Live but aFew Hours." will thtov, 200 oi So0 nan out of em-
O^inin^. X. Y.. May 2.--Same. 1
emigrated, of which number the k'uit
Stat-a ie tived S3,iul.
li le n.l iins tb Hie
twii.ltsouaI liif i poinati in-leaduse-l "'e the
volume of its receipts in order toLar-rlva, No
j,:^ passed the shl
Ull nil nil 1(1 rl
,of ,,l: height car and the
i,,^.,, ta\-n hy the Ordei" of Hail
rs it is haidly imv.silde ihat I rouble
,-..,i by Travelers R-ac Duluth After Long
Judge Kersteh. Tiavis will serve four Trip on Snowshoes.
montns In Jail and Mi Travjs was: l^ulnthj May 2 lulien ttiid fiOuis
sent to jail for one hour Three indict-- a fjliappelle arrived In this city dm
the murder of August behroeder at
Doon, la., Jupfl l')01i and i'x th
penalty at death.
Rocker worked for Sehroeder on a
farm, lificoming Infatnati I with Mrs.
SehrqedeT he gave Sehro. i drngg I
whiskv and then heal him lo death Falmouth. Eng,, May
and hanged the body in Hie Lain R3 sTeamei Zazpirah-Bal wa
1^'- I'irak-l-.ai wcr drowned
poseHd^-^o--HnH-^v.'i-- kill it and when the woman landed ten others at this port
we. it being
e- irriage was Racine, \Vis.. May 2 fire wht a
id as Ho KI ha a wife living started at tn in the Fish wagon
Pour Million Persons Left That Coun- ployment tempe.rarily.
for thin time of, year having fnazcile
IOV/A MAN WILL HANG. 'thirty two miles on Lake Superioi
from their home at__IlmlUWls.^-wv
Charles Rocker Convicted of Kiltincj snow -hoes They say the ice is about
Wife's Former Husband. two feel thiol and honeycombed for
about eighl lirches. Naver before hai
Rock Hapel.-. la.. V-, 2, A jury
j,,.,.,, ,,,,,,-h in Lik- Supc
(JI|1( 1 li
THIRTEEN OF CREW DROWNED.
Spanish Steamer Sunk in Collision Off
the Solly Islands. i(J,
FAS TRAI N DERAILE CELLING GETS
Kimmswick. Mo Ma\
morning i rain on the S
Moutitaitt mid Seotin
known as Xe. IS. rjunntns as a weil d'
fhlf- sjVei i.tl. was i e k-eil one mil
and half ftotu hero. The pngfn
struck an open suiteh and. with the
ception of the last sleeper, all ill
coaches were detailed. Ten person
j,|,.,j fll i,,,,,,,... hU
The roeli pccui red v\ hllo the (rain
was golpg at an excessive ia!e oj
spi-di. There had been troubto with a
freight cm on one of I ho fas! tnlJus
j,,,",',.,,, ihe en iiieor
an( llin (1(
Tl''.l ,,|t'ot (dais nl the i id caniinl a "uuu
PASSES FOR STOCKMEN. the racL thai ho -train approached the
I sidinu al sue|: a high rate of .-.peed
Western Roads Will Probably Soon -piie engine turned ..mpl.-i.'-h" .-r.
Restore Them. piriioiiTng Ivngliieer Iiaile\ botn'ftih
Chicago May 2.Representatives tons OTl+leol Mnst^V Mechani I'abor.
of Western railroads nut in Chicaue'whu was ridinr iij the engine, was
during tin: day to consider the qnosinui also in: lain I kill. 1
of granting return passes to live sto.k Fireman (Jumpoi I was thrown a
shippers. At the morning meeting It great distance from Ihe vyreck and
was agreed thai the Iowa Hues should escaped' fulfill} hefore Ho- i iinijie. He
rompiy with the law of thai state by is seriously injured, however, and not
granting, transportation within that expected to live. ___
state, but not on interstate business.Th burgage Car was thrown near-
Later it was discovered that two or b' 1"" feel fipni the wreck and is en-
three lines Were pledged to the lowaj tirely douiolisfed.
state commission to grant Tolurn The two i-oachetr directly in ihe fear
passes to stockmen (in all Chicago of the baggage car were also over
business and a second meeting was turned and badly wrecked. The"sleep-
held. lug car in the reai ol ihe coailies- was
It is now slated thai the pass privi thrown on its side and damaged.
lege probably will he resioted on all
lines, but with restrict inns thai wil
prevent the sQlllns ol the ti(d et
STRIKE IS PROBABLE.
Grar.d Trunk Telegraphers Ready to
Toronto Otit., May L'.--Final steps
WAGON FACTORY BURNS.
Los* Is $60,000 and Many Employes
W II Be Idle.
K/ vfn C:T..,,L'.
Many Improvements Will be Made at
the Fort this Year.
NVashingtOTH Hay. 1',-' AhoiTt J200.- for, monei
PAYNE AT HIS DESK.
Postmaster General Able to Resume
Washington, Muj 2. Po unin lei
Gen.ual Pay no rei.uriied to li jb
at the posto'.m departn'ien.1 diii no
the da\ 11. nta+berlJTttly tm'iI nQ35
da First A-i5taiil-l'Tistinilsiei: Uen
Lgj'JLL-WV"'"' enivLniiiin^ as a.iin:' prrKT
i mii--iei Ke.nei.'al
KRUGER EXTREMELY WEAK.
Former Preaidint of the Transvaal
Requires Constant Care.
Melltel:. iiall.e, \Ll\ '1 !l
If is dltb. nil to asc lain lilt' CXili I
state ol Ue- healJil "t -XL-.
00) will be expended In tin Improve I eral fund and Dxpeiidecl as follows:
nit tit of Fort SncdTlnjj diirijig the com. 1'er ridii hall. fGO.QOOi for commis-
ing tisealyeai. RePreHoriraTivi' Stevens BIOIH^I and liom'ommissioned officers'
as been inf.Mined (hi i in addition te' rpn:'. 5J.0.U00. for roads and im-
Lhfl Buiii-eiii iaiiiin of S: .v.t.iu for "now provomonl of grounds, $30,000.
l'av ue rei ei\ ed many emu
I sl.uial Msil.es and bad a ioug coiifer
erne with Mr \V\ one and Foitrl
sistant Ptisttna: te"i CJ nor'al Hi ls.to
i over matters ihat have i ouio up in
lug his a'o.. n.
form"! p. --:!.ie OI I tTeTT ,1IIV V.UU I. il
I Is Htivtod on nutbo.i It llmt sj mp
i toins ol a ei'elual all.-, Ion a:c a
pareiil and that a eoii-u!:.c -n ol
pii\ ilj hu) htl! be, i) h.ld Mr. luti
gr i-. ic.w .\ti. nil a!. ii'-u'tl i mi
StlUlt HI"- IS l|eee :i
GUEST OF ADMIRAL EVANS.
Klnj oi Italy Visits the Battleship
Naples, May 2. King Yl.1,.1 Urn
niaioiel Islied Rear Admital i:\ati
un in,- I tale.I Sillies bailL-sblp !\Vui
tiuky dining the day remaining half
mi lioiit. pressing bis plenstij ni
having an Ann li.an warship pH'sent
i at (he naval review Fudav and saying
niauv gracious tiijug's ol Ills Ain.'iiian
Een'tertalna German VlaftbriT
Wa-binc'on Ma) 2. Presldeiit
and Mrs Rviosevidl enfc'rtalHedut
luueiu'on a .n- i.:TutsTfe-T
pai ly of (lei
man.: uho an. nta-k-krgru, tun"! OF.tin'"
Fniled Slat. The il ol the put I)
Wore piesei,i,.,| lo ill- president bj
Ambassador Slerhburg. Th.-y
ninlne.l-w iib him In his oiit, ai lb
xecutive building only a brief Llui'e
8n/r, Japanese Aie Conccntratincj on
SI. r.-i.-i .li'iir. Ma\ 2. Tin- Jap'
ini'M. iioo|i-. are still one.nti aling in
tin- neic.hhoi IToti I ol Ihe
UtTt ho1.'hltia"nf paiinulai i ut litis
tllllS fat been I e|i| leij
The impeioi ha.- received a telegram
from fhmeial.kuropat in a.-, t'oliov
"(lonerai Sirs'.' itlff li reports ibai tin
Iliglll ot ApIlL Jll pa...-e.| .|lliel!
Small bodies ot Japanese are urpvdng
Of'i tie- ighl bank of tie- Yalu. at tb
mouth ol which i.amet ai.- nrrlving.
Gn April 2K, ui about L' in ihi: nftttf
noon, .lapain-.e columns wi re seen
Ing fronj, Y'cirfgafnpho Uxwards Willi
a nd a party of-JapaneKe acouls was
seen on a moiirilaltLto the southwanl
"The Japaneso fiapve not yet under
taken any aUv operations."
Japanese Troops Occupy Several Man
Tol.io, Ma-. 2. l.:.-ai.naul te-neiai
Baton Tacliima. ieiev.ia|.hinj from
Saku'ehin. (Otijirms the oectipatiOn ol
Mam Inn Ian hv I:M- Lrpauc:
urmy I le al aiimniiu ed ihe apun.
ol small d.i lib hue .,i Russian it:
fantty and ff'o guns In tb. l.eane.,
advance on Tu.-.-day night lo the Ma::
ehurlan village of a a hoe!
Tin llusalajia r-elirod on tin lev bl
Paiiulj-|.| -w'hiih by this Hue tn all
probability ha- b.-u eaptured by Hi"
The Japan, s.. hold the 1 in- road
a rbsi the Vail leading to I lac ilj ug
and ihi are abb- to i ujjiniatul the
OHIO MINERS STRIKE.
Ebjht Thcusand Men Affected hy Fail
ure of Conference.
It liffnappjis, Maj 2 Vi.e Presl
dem la .v ol Hie I'tiite,] Mine Work
ei of -i I as Ivod word that
a rila il minet |h i he
c-a tern paj ol the Fifth ihlo Sub
(lis! I let Will -l III' -ho"'|e U- 1 lie
TTrTi fruit b.'SS .uie..ae e-J- w-'-'ii op
era! i an i min ts ext tiding ovei the
last t.n da vs.
V"tei.io Comn-its Suicide.
9*. Paul. May 2. Captain Irwin Y.
Shelley a veteran of tin Mexican and
Civil wars, who loft tie- soldiers' home
at Minnehaha Park April It after a
quaiMl with the commandant over
the rule pi oliibiiing the introdiu tnwi
of -.*:t-K t.v Rfe ground s, drowned
htmsell in the river duri ng the night.
Coroner Miller decided it to be a case
of sui i le
King Edward at Kilkenny.
Kilkenn y. Ireland. May 2.King
Edward and Queen Alexandra bavir-sr
touipiei .i their visit to Dubfin, ar
rtved le re duri ng the day and had the
hparti.-i lecepiTuh. The town was
filled with thousands oC people frcm
the surrounding country. Several
addresses w-/e presented to his mai-
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
A BIG SUM
noupuat, wureii is specincattj prevjueu
he taken from tfie gen-
BIG BATTLE IN PROGRESS
JAPANESE ARMY ATTACKS RUS-
SIAN FO RC E OF RTRTY
Knupaii::!. e. Manchuria, May 2.-
b. first biitUe of the war is persis
tcuii reported to have occcurred on
the Yalu river. Sixteen thousand Jap
anese crossed the strealm Thursday
iirxl .ilia, led 30,000 Russians, who
\\..-e j:..-1 foi'Tlttod, It is ilimoled
tluii the .lap.m. were reinforced and
thill f'ii'i hai ouiinitbs. Hie Jap-
ui,.-,,. simrpshOoTers GTFled many Rus
sian oil.i .a vvhoge uiiiun-ms^cre__eoje_
IN FORCE NEAR ANTUNG.
Russians in Vicinity Number Thirty
yhaiiliaik war May 'Z. -Reports ol
a ie.. oil'flic Yalu river have
peon given cons'ideru substantiatlbn
P, llli'iVj i: :i' l.loiig!,! by four
Danish tniHSionaries who have just ar
rive.! hen from Newt hw an.
y\ ,a, lu in --louaii.-. left. Atv~
tin.: ion d'ays ago the Russians in that
Vb :i-.11 nece 1,000 men ulld uc
cupled ruouglv loi titled positions be
tween Antu ug and Che Ai river, which
"eiiipiie.. int.. the Yalu river about
Xw niv ffittes i...nh. -a -i of Aniun g.
Xli, ii siiiall Russian Ioices
at kj iei ami t-onnh.uiug. heiig. whevo
bo i i "I be established
Thcs/i fwo [daces ate. respectively,
aYieti' sVtj live and foiry-tive miles to
Lb.- no: iiNvesi of Antimg!
THINK IT QUITE PROBABLE.
No Official Information of Important
London, Ma 2.The Japanese
legalh'm up to iti\uresent has re
ceivei'l no i in fl i u.aHonof the reported
otigag. a... 1M .vi en ihd Japanese ami
I i bi to: on i in- alu river, but
th... -,t)i. Iniil. ii (pilti piobable.
The mitin body of Hie Japanese army
Is bedie-....! to liav.- traversed lite moun
tain p.i... iiiid u..-s.-.l Llio Yalu a
lMiu.l:e.| mil. i: the sea, with the
obje.-t oi taki ng Hi- Km^ian fones
nea. i.. in ..-.Hi ..I ihe iiv.-i- in the
rear The legation is of the opinion
ihat ibu .l.ipaie operatlbtis at the
mouth ol tie lain wen- merely in the
nai tiro ol a feint.
DRIVEN INTO THE MOUNTAINS.
Japanese Ships Shell Small Force of
Tokie. May Admiral Hosoya,
eoiiiin.iieliug ill.- thud sipiadion. iv
I ih.u on ib. morning of April 2'J
gunboats fired on the enemy at the.
month of ihe Yalu river, but the Rus
sians iflrl not teply.
I aiei- a flotilla of siiuiliships, armed
with .anion, op.ted lire On 15TJ of the
enemy al Sandototo and the latter re
.treai-d lo the mountains, leaving many
wounded The Japanese had no cas
No Attack on Vladivostok.
Ft. p. i. rsburg, May 2.The ab
lem i' of ti iegrahis fnnn Rear Admiral
Y. en Is regarded at the admiralty
an p.-oot that the Japanese have uot
attempted to bombard Vladivostok.
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