OCR Interpretation


The Houston daily post. (Houston, Tex.) 1886-1903, January 20, 1900, Mailable Edition, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86071197/1900-01-20/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

OUSTON
V
t >
Drug Co
Wholesale Druggists
and Importers of
i Sundries
Druggists
ustorii
M
Texas
oultry
Netting
BARB WIRE
LOOTH WIRE
COMPLETE STOCK
F W HEITMANN CO
HOUSTON TCVA5
ORG ES
Lard F Smith Machinery Co
HOISTON TEXAS
teg I luxury for Mh oM and vouhr As
aTwr dacfr Clg i > h stimulant when
tlcn toslnesj there is no Cigar made that
jh roa the satisfaction
IM D CLEVELAND CO
Sole Distributers
Peas and Beans
ALL VARIETIES
fill line Garden and Held Seeds Onion
Potatoes etc
> Write for Prices
H THOMPSON CO
HOUSTON TEXAS
> o You Know
Thitt u i have t Telephone In
vourhoie or place of business at a
cost that stems almost Insignificant
wtienvou op der tha lonveilence
from a business and domestic point
it view
southwestern Telejra3li and
telephone Company
UVftl H GOHLMAN
Eye Ear Note and Throat
was 301 md o Warn building
l
Hojra J a m to 12 m 2 to 3 p m
lr < ilinlllltlc
ttltjton Januarj 10forecast for Sat
I aodij
Jusa aad pastern Tcxasrnlr SaWrday
> JayllEht northwesterly winds
0 ier OI ep uUiilnn
ons tsken by th0 United
StaUa
r bartt
a Itat t g
rillan time
Kf n
Utoa
Temp M
r o
< oi ou i
5J
italn
fall
00
00s
0JT
0
00
IW
X < > < < ifi
MAILABLE EDITION
ii and Mnch Wch stavv onlv
5lneh s apart and all catlea with
sprlne i b
Peden Co
For Sale
Twentyfive Tons Steel
Rails all long lengths
Hartwell Iron Works
noiyrov ticxav
Paint Your Roofsft JV
phaltuu for iron tin ditoslo or felt paper
rooft It will stop small pin hnlci nnd make
k for oue or tno sears tier you
m
lilnk It Is not north repilrlm Tor sale
bv LONi STAK OIL CO and Vl DKH A
< O Houston Toxas Ihono bSl
Jackpouvillo
Kat bhk City
Mcniphjg
Montgomery
Nashville
Nov Orleans
North Plalto
Oklahoma
Omaha
lnlpfctlnn
Kl loul
M Paul
Vliksburg
11
<
IS
t
I
x
oti
12
MeMran Telegraph Companj stjtlons
rmiitR Cclnlirntlciii lit tlrinory of
niiriilrriei lilcf tnln
Atlanta Jn Jantmrj 10 Tim Vlrsinh
fortetj In tlnntn eolohrated the birthday
of ConfpdoracjB chlcftnln by attractive
cvcrclbcs at the fjrand opera houip toulpht
Peats wete set apait for the rfrlous loett
patriotic aFSOclatloiifi and the boxes ncrn
occupkil tjj Oovcrnor Candler Slate of
rlcialB justircs of the Mipieme CJJiirt the
local clcrn > and the beauty and chivalry
of Atlanta Unit Hamilton Dolglasp
picsident of the VfiRlnlii toclet > prcfideil
Cotigrcsman Peter O Otey of the Old
Dominion was the orator of the occasion
Ifo tjfiosc for his theme Tne OM liebcl
from ISfil tp 1SG3 h > an Old Itebfl His
address wai rocelud with much enthtti
fasm
A fcaturo followIiir the owtloa was
the presentation of a flajr by Oovcrnor
Candler to the Virginia ocleiy oaiolialt
of Mrs Norwood Mitchell < j Atlanta
ctaitijtifer of tlje oratoi of the evening and
Its acceptance by the president of the so
ciety
Savannah fia January 11 Lees birth
Lnltiil Jllnt tVurkert
Indianapolis Ind January 10 At th
fourth dajs session of tho United Mine
Workeis couxentlon rtesldent Mitchell
was congratulated on bis manner of hand
ling tbo Southwest strike
John Mitchell and W C Dlerep wcro
roelect < il president and veeretarytreaa
ucr of tho United Mine worlcers by accla
mation
The results of the election of other of
ficers will not be known before tomorrow
morning and possibly not until later
Chen n IIff Term
Greenville Texas January 10 Alonzo
Lamb who killed Alt Itenfro In Delta
sentence He had been In the Insane nsv
lum and pleaded Insanity but the Jury de
cided otherwise
ALWAYS TAKE THE
iunset Central
SPECIAL
Quickest Time Best Service i
0 Chicago Louisville Cincinnati
I Wasnngton Baltimore New York and Eastern Points
SilWT FREE CHAIR OAKS
r ° ALL
iNfORMATIOK SEE
ft UF L J PARKS S F B MORSE
ticket Agt api Pnss Tkt Agt Pass Traf MCr
1
IA AY AND A NIGHT
ST LOUIS
1U QN Fast Mail Train
m d hunter 217 Main St
City Ticket Agent
u
4
U
fA fj l I iIJ fl tV < jW Afcy
JW
HOUSTON
h Several Da > s Fighting Ncccssarj loij
Is t I
F nci c
T
0lb
lb
lbW
ttl
00
Jjlfit
fit
fitT
10T
T
Tairiilro < j rtq
Vcir Crur 70 00
Cofctzjeonlcos 7 nX
rnirs minnow
iV A AT COLCNSO WITHDREW
When They Found thai Buller Had Crossed
the Tugela to the South
EVERY HOUR STRENGTHENS THE BRITISH
llocr trpnutien blirllcil from fpciir
ninnn < anti N ii < from > ntttl In
vAitlotinli A TiiltiMl b > All
London January 20 30 p m Bery
hour that General Buller delaja his com
bined attack makes his poillon atroucer
Tiaiuports ontlnue to arrho tit Dttrljan
and frcth troops nro beles i f > enl up tho
line to lclnfoico those In front of CoLnso
It appears that Oencrnl Dullets troops
north of tho TtiRelt number at letst 23
fOO and postlbly 2 00U with fifty guns Ills
total forces fonyjnc ft sreat outer curve
fouth nnd west of Lidismith probably
number 100f0
While General Dullcri forward upcri
tlons which begun on January 10 docIop
rather lclmrcly tho Doors appear to be
fully aware that they mutt meet a stren
uous nb nuR tlallnun ol servers bavo
rouRhlj estlrnatrd that 10 000 IIOiTs ar <
ttslnc spado and ptel lu irtlflihlty
BtrenRthsDlng positions which nature has
tendered etsj for defense Military 11 Itles
In tomb with the wat office think thit
news that general fighting lias begun may
be expected at nn hour it U not thought
that ono daja tlghting will pottle the
fate ot LadjBmllli but lather tint lh ro
will bo twa 01 three dajs of rontinuuus
lighting
London January IP The Standard pub
lisher the ollowlng dated Thmsdty from
Spe3rmanR farm It Is reported tbit the
Hoers opposite Coleuso oil tipdlrti that
Duller bad outnumbeied lbcm erosFcd t
the srutb of tbe Tugela ou Tuesday nnd
set lire to all tbe bouses In the village
When a forto from Chlexely advanced
the Doers retired before them to Jrcnches
on a bill In lino with Colenso > Our In
fantrj advanced to attnclt In
skirmishing order followed by
supports and reserves our laxalry scout
ing on tbo tight close up to the river Ilia
Doer forccB at Colenho must have been
considerably weakened by tlto dispatch of
largo reinforcements westward to meet
day was observed aP a holldaj In the city 0cncral Bullcrn advameand they now hur
hy tijp banks the cotton exchange tbo
board ot trade nnd the militia Flags were
nt half mart on the cltj bill and tile batiks
1 were closed
1 Mocan Ci January 19The birthday
t of General Robert B Leo wa < generally
I obfetvod beto today The schools vxeto
closed curly and appropriate eterrlses were
lipid at the Gresham high schoI
rledly evacuated the river trenches nnd
tho kopjes opposite the village and scat
tered before our shrapnel Dy owning not
a sign of the enemj was left within rifle
shot of Colenso The Hrlthb for luon
retired to Chlevoly
London Jsnuarj 10 Durban speal
dated Thursday night sctjo It Is re
ported hero tint Lord Dundoanld ba3
smashed a Hoej convoy General Duller
Is Bald to be within twelve tulles of
Ladjsmith and Gencial Wart en to bo
about fix miles to tbo rear
Ladysmith Wednesday J < imary 17 via
Spearmans Camp January 11 Everv
thlng is quiet Tho position Is ttucltanjel
and there is very little bombarding Tjo
welcome bound of the euns of the relief
column were beard yesterday from Colenso
and Springfield The beat Ir InteJse but
there It > no Increase of tlckness
London January 10 Tho Dally Mall
publishes tho following dispatch datui
county last July was tr cd In the dUtr et
Thursday < from speatmans Camp It U
court at Cooper this week and given a lfe
rumored that tho Docrn have evacuated
Colenso in order to reinforce their tro ips
hero Heavy gun fire was heard froji
L uhamltli this mornlrfe General Uttllern
order Instincts the men to heci tho white
flag of the Boers only when they lay down
their arms It also Instructs them to be
ware of false bugle calln
Fpearmanf Camp N Htal Thursday
Januari IS 8 2R p m Tho Doer trenches
bavo been peralttently shelled by the
naval guns all day long Small parllo3
of Doers were teen at Intervals and 4
large force from the direction of Ijdy
nmlth was seen solng toward the north
west Drltlfch position A balloon did gool
service in observing that Lyttletons forre
mado a demonstration 111 the direction of
the Drakfonteln kopjes four miles uortlt
ot the British position under rover of a
heavy artillery fire to uhleb the Doers
did not respond On the left General
Warrens troops remained In possession
of two prominent Kopjes be > ond Sptonkop
There wax somo Doer snipping but It wag
ineffective
Thn Graafrlenet Boers evacuated rrieaka
January 15 and returned northward across
the river
London January 19 General Duller ha
telegraphed the war office from Hpcar
tnani Camp under date of last evening
as follows
Lord Dundonald with a bodj of mount
ed troops camo Into action this afternoon
vvlth a force of Doers weit of Acton Homes
After n fight he occupeid several kopjeit
which he ii still holding Klild Cornet
Hellbrum was kilted Twenty burghers
were killed or wounded and flftrcn pris
oncm taken Two British soldiers killed
and two wounded
London January 20 The Times has
the following dispatch dated Thursday
from Piptermarltzburg
General Bullers wagqn train js nine
ten mile in length and embrace 400
vacosi and 5000 antnufs As eome of the
Doers
from Colenso
the Boers
General
no ilgn today
> >
Thursday Oeqerar Metbneo who is ro
bust In health personally directed an
other Mstroiis montwMssaoce > eeterdayi
TEN PAGES
POST
XYTH YEAKMQ 291 HOUSTON TEXAS 8ATQ11DAY
JANTJAJTY Mi 100O XmmTs m
Ho
tA
NOT IN ONE DAY
Can the Garrison at Ladysmith Be
Given Relief
WAR OFFICE BELIEVES THIS
THOSE RUDE BOERS
drifts arc narrow and mtidds only ono
wagon Is able to cross at a time The
office are betting two to one that Lid >
smlth Will 60 lellcved tomorrow Krldny
Tiininorii rcot > T
Vvso IHftimtolipfi ItcRnrdltiK CiuxrIiik
of the Ttimlii
Loudon January 1ft The Doer acrojnt
ot tho pasHage ot Ttiegli Tlvcr Ih given
In the two following dilpafhcs from
Commandtnt Vllljcons company on the
Urper Tugelitln LourcnzoMuiepics dated
Jamiary IS 1
January 10 Hullcrs second move wan
n Treonnolt > sanct In fared with ninioteil
train and < i large body supported bj mil
lion toward CoJenHola t dbi A hejy
iiombardttlent enpued and theteupou tho
Hrltlsh retlted bavins wjoundod one of
our men No repjy Wat made This
moves vnS a feint to cover c tenBlvn ntovt
mppts up the river Ivuflirr tin thi tddo
of the Tugela have bcon wwrned b > tho
Hrltlsh to leavo their Hraaln an tho light
will enmmonee ihoilly
Tho second dlepatih runs thuc
jRUttar U The rilKlU k uiibmkcn
frave for lght rifle eticouutcra belwcctt
outposts whlchIeel fJnithluu M ilu
brcak titn enemy WRivrtcfenttd nh be ore
He had ntjt brought a alp ld gun aerosit
Ihe river hu from the ridges ot Swarli
kop a batierj and a half nf slegn guns
opened on our portion at 5 a m Tim
bombardment was probnbly tlio mo t
frightful ever witnessed on land lio
nuently five heavy naval guns firrsl nltnul
lanrously at schanzo entrenchment
UirPlCLJT M MICH
Ilnutch HonI In IVet Wcutlicr Ih l
IIIOHl llllpilHKIllllC
London Januatj 20 dispatch to the
Dally Telegraph ilatcd Thursday from
Hpetrmans Camp described the difficul
ties of the march owing to tho unwieldy
baggage column Including all tho tents
nnd wagons over the rough road in wet
weather Tho dlspat It goes on to say
Some 10000 Boers arrived In tho vicinity
of Iotgletcrs Dtlft Thursday and rrlday
of last week and began the election of ox
tensive and formidable lines of trenches
for their position appaicutly could only
bo turned from tho west by assailing the
high ridges of the Sprwnkop A balloon
ist today reported that no guns were vis
ible In the enemys works but there was
a large Boer camp In the dlrestfon of
nrakfonteln a brown ndgo four mile
from Iotgletcrs Drift
VERY HARD PRESSED
J In Mnlillltc tlM KluMli
London January 10 loiniil o
S dors havo been Issued to tnoblllso J
J tho Ulghth tllvlblon ot Ihe Hrltlsh
army D
ringo volieM
frctive
llici Utor lite xvan luuf
torirsjiDiiilcMit SrriiM lllril
ladysmith Ttiosiho Jauniij H > via
Spctrman s Camp Mr Geo W Stevens
sptcldl coricspomlcnt of tho Loudon Iatv
Mall til < 1 > estenhVj of tiilcric fever aHl
wts burled at indulght
A COUNTER CLAIM WAS FILED
nnviociiAi > niHMili Tin aiimis
MHX 01 11111 lt I HUNT
I5n lrr liny Ili > ntP < l to riuitiPitVI >
ti l Attoinc kIiiIjiiIi httlulii
lie Content < it p 1
Franktori Ky Januttrs 10 The roid
Inc of the countci claims of tho republloun
liiejumbruU to tbe gubernatorial ihtitcpt
nrguiuenK over tho admlsMbllll and ai
gttments to ttlkclt pattlally out alter lit
admission romptisod tliu work of tho u > n
testlnR boards todlty and the last mini
tionidnrgumcnts wero not roueluded when
an adjournment was taken until tomor
row The demon title titloltmys malo a
light analnst the admission ot the aitimi
ilalm su > 1ur that It coveted so nun h
ground ujil so many dltferonf cpuuttcH
that It would be Impossible for thou tu
picpare oviuente to tontiuvort ft inside
ot nine mouths Alter II had been tuP
milled they declatod that thoy woutd mane
no aittmpl to offset Its allegations bocuusu
of tho physical tmposslbillly of brtttj
Ing to riatiKioTt th6 gteat numbur of wu
11CHSCB ncciHsary tor tho opciatioit Va
Governor Bradley iu asking tne board to
granthim as mtnh time us puodhle uti
nounccd that tho republicans had sub
poonaed twentyseven mote wltne se
When tbe boards convened at S a clock
an hour vasv rouaumcil in dlscualon of
tho time nllbwvd each sldo for tho preson
scope of Ihe notice has already been cov
ered
At tho opening of tbe evening session the
democrats objected wlronglyito the tiling
of the counter notlte claiming that It was
against all proper legal procedure lo ad
mit tench a document aHer the trial hid
been formally opened A long iirgutnent
between the opposing roun el followed
In replying to Ihe arguments of Ibe
democratic attorney thit tbn notice sliould
have been prepireu bv the time the tinlciit
b gan exGovernor Bradley wh < > made tt
argument for tbe republicans claimed lht < t
the law gave Mr Ooebel thlty days afir
tbo opening of tho legislature In which
to preparo his case and that the republl
that the counter notice Mioulrt Irave been
filed on the IGtlt when the hearing bcan
Tbe democrats then ropved to strike out
certain sections et the couiter noting and
another long dctile cmued It dually hi
ine decided to pais ths matter ovvir unll
tomorrow Tbe boards after om0 dlsens
sjon regardlnu the time to he allowed for
the hearing of evidence adjourned until
lomorrow at 2 p m
aiTj timk mcck sChv
In liillCIoeliel Itisoliitlou ii
luneil < i tlie JfiMIHC
Frankfort Ky Jjtnuary 13 The lmjsj
this afternoon after a lopg debate passed
v Jf Avkfi r
Syracuse irerld
to tako all the time necessaiy In ordor
to arrive at n full fair mid juit conrlu
nlon and > io heat nil of the evldenre on
both sides Thin nwolutlon was brought
forth to mtfot tho complaint of Goopo
nttotnoy that Ihu Intel fotcme of nutslilo
nvonts had cut off nniLh of their ttrstl
aaMtioii > Mi > Ia tl d biite on the lloor Cnn
trlll and other Gorlw domorots opposed
Tht > nighlnndora tterociled In driving tluiIi1 resolutions hut a latgo number ot
Doors ftmn iho blitslurlver bank by long lwnonat broke uwav from party lino
it ml
vote
the resolution finally passed l n
Of 7S lo U
lltHOMC IMit IJ
lliiiioliilii IImn 11 rich
of II
Snn rratiflseo Cnl January
iitlireiilt
steamer Ilorls airiVud from Aslnlin portH I
via Honolulu lolay Piom Ilnnoltllu
tomes new of a fiohh outbiciU of Jlio
plague six deaths having occurred between
dnpatturo of tho uleimcr China which or
rived here on Mnndsv and the doparluie
of the Dorlu which left Honolulu Jim
narv 13l This bilngs tbe total number of
0sMA > niRVA OAPTUIini
Irlilcliuil Geiicnil nf the lnto
Klinllfit Ih ii IrUnnir
Cairo January 1 News was received
hero tonight that Osman Dlgna principal
been captured It has been known that
ho was in the neighborhood of Tnkah
fToknr six days ago and sovoral expr
ditlonii were oiganlzed from Suaklm undor
Captain Burgess with the result that Oa
mait Digna was taken unhurt in thn hills
yesterday llo will arrive ai Suaklm to
morrow
IMIIAS ItMIM
Condition llmlirnce n lnra Aren
mil VIa 11 > Ieoiile
Calcutta January 19 The council today
considered the famine situation Tho of
cani had prepared their side within thlrVfjcial estimates show the coat to the cov
tcen dajs which
brodght them Insltre the eminent of relief work etc to tbo end
that
There has been LaW Je aMr < < the counter nitlca 0f March will bo < 0000000 rupees About
° p
had been pliced lij the hand of he sheriff 2W0C00 persons aro now iiftertfcd In Brlt
slight artillery firing here at Ltolysmith In Frankfort one day previous to that ou sh territory and about T000000 in the
Genrrnl ItnWrls Itppnrt Dint Ionr
teen lie Ml xlnr
Loudon January 10 120 p m The
war office has made public dispatches from
Kleld Marshal LordHoberts dited today
recordlns the wonting tnovumonlH In C po
Coloaj Including thp nmVnshlng of the
Australians when two cf tbo atur were
killed and fourteen reported missing He
adds A Hoer deserter stairs that the
enemy suffered severely attacking
Frenchs advanced posts Jannarr r
Seventy Uocteare still unaccoimteil for
MeMuien In llobust lirtilth
Morfder nivcr Cape Colony Januaiylf
which it was filed but they cduld no get nativejitateb The viceroj Lord Curzoli
the sheriff to serve It j0f Ifeddleston said that the famine area
At the conclusion of Oovcrnor Bradleys had extended surpassing the worn fears
argument tho members of tho board held ami they wcro now facing cattle water
a brief consultation manv of them nnt and food scarcity of a tcrrlblo character
leaving their seat The decision was tn About DSMJIOO persons ho continuedwere
tyror of the republicans the hoard rutins
on Mr Orrs fttntlqocpel resolution inseason lsTpiotM
U tedp t ve Tert Worth
strwttnjr the roniet
caarvf guvernor apd
already recolving relief
IrccnntlottM tn Jlexleo
City of Mexico January 10 The gey
ernment is taking strict measures to pre
xent the Introduction of tho bubonic
plague either on tbo west coast or tit
gulf ports and lias atrwlutoly forbidden
thai vessels from Brazil shall enter any
Mexican pirt and n strict watch will be
kept over vessels atrlving from the Orient
or Hawaii nt Pacific const ports
I Ilnllii HiiNrliull Sclnfue
Dallas TVxs January rliJA rnofPeflt
is being piomoted by local bafrball rairons
a
Jk
V v
i
ntt
commlHee Ih tltel ir verortK Orle HoajMoo rjaUcMoft
1 MifW panAiiC ° no jia4 tk h rtianei it
rffy yff i > <
v Tw
COTTON
Seed
fl
li
Loose packed and Bald
Q C STREET
Houston > Texas
BALFOUR IS WRONG
America Does Not Sympathize with
sGreat Britain
i
WAR IS FOR GOLD SPECULATORS
Hale Says It Is a Tell Blow al Human
Liberty
HE MADE AN LLOQUENT ADDRESS
hile Ihe Allen Resolution of Inquiry Was
Under Discussion
national m its tntotcst aftt International
In Us Importance was delivered in th
tcnato today by Mr Hale tr Th 0
easjon of tho tttteratice wfrs the iintrl
miwllon whothel a r otuwen iiiirndtuti
by Mr Allen Veb
rolling for into mn
Hon as to the recognition by thjt unntv
of diplomatic repre entattoti of thp Tutu
Vital republic shmild be dlrcetiM to tli >
ptRsldcm or tn the set ntarv of Mac Mi
Hale tnaili the nncHtlcii ihe tet of sn
linpltHUloi cd hpec h ti tthlli he tie lttr 1
that ninetenths 1t the nieilian peoi I
sympathised vvl b th Up in theli gil
iRirt Mntggle toi lil nwlns cue 0
the gmttem newnv m the wot Id lie
deflated that the i 1 vln h tiicn Urt
uln Is wasllie i tin
human llbctty thin n
thn century IU in
lean people wore in
Irllun In tb siMiih
out the Hlioitv or 1 1 1 11 in 1 m
Mi nalfout In Hi a o 111 n 1 n
t Ths rl l llltrnien l ihnill ic u
with f mn ills liitn tmn ti i 4 f
III Atlintli lie do Inn I hu the tn
llSb p < ill ihcillx ifi
of tin ws vvhtili hit
by a harp abln mln
ROM Pflculnioin
Ml hlnv n
v > n 1 ti n
111 IH ur
in wi t e 1
u to 11
llil Itl
P Ullllgbt OH
c snved with
Mr llnlo spoke wiili mi tial tee de
elslvenes and earu stnn even fo Ythv
anil his fltpsfsiennte pnqiicii e clalmel
th < loet lUcnilm of evetv auditor
deaths from tbo plitguo for the prescuti Tht < i t3lii > I0n which pietons 10 Mr
utlneak up 0 wentvl8ht snd U S Ml T
1inil rsood thai thero art fwentyU
case
lnubtr hflrntlBv6fthe litallhofttCJnls Tlv
Doili5 hrlliRs nowsi that HonoluttiB GJiind
town Is bejng bltitiiManil that every ef
fort Is being madis to stamp otit tho dis
ease
The Doric did not dock at Honolulu but
the lUwaltnn mall was taken out to hei In
Higs
Tim local health authorities have c
talned tho vtirt l ponding an Investiga
tion It ts not vot known whether nlie
will be quarantined or allowed to piococd
to I101 dock
t iiiimct im6kmjii
Dr Kntlipp Hum Poriueil a lMr Aus
ti Inn 01nlnli
Vienna Januaty 19 Ilmporor Trancls
Joncph today accepted tlio retl nallon ot
tho ministry of Dr II Von Wlttek and
has entrusted to Dr Von Keiibcr the task
offorming 1 nr > vv ministry
wh > pjistrd tlnallv hk ameitrlsd
Mh Morgan 1 1 Idrc od th senate
fcrlgfl on the flaunt lui tl tlis eo
eJiififiVjl 61 tho morning tibliir t n Im
sftiutn toilay the resnln ii of Mi 1 e
Nob calling UfKin the si rrenttrj v b a
for information t to hetlier represcn
t vo of th > Itanv wI li td appealed t0 tbn
United viatts goven n tot t eninttu u
and If such npplli itoi ifld been mad
If II hml tie 11 made it ha I hen
ceptcd and If not 1ij not was tail
befoic iln uniitc
Mi diKio iet mined thst tbe
resolution bo directed to it widow
nnd lie be requested to liiriu h the 1
formation If not Incompatible with ptr
Ilc Interests Mr Spoonet mal taltol
that tho piesldont ought to fcavc d s re
tlonnr power about Riving out Informa
tion
Mr Allen thought tho matter to whub
his rosolutlon 1 elated could not affect an
diplomatic negotiations nnd that tber
was no impropriety about It
Mr Spooner rfRnrded it as a piece of
gross Impudent e to call upon th score
Tho following nstdgnmonl of portfolio 1 tatv of state for confidential Information
of
arrived In great number May 1 n ot evidence In acuordauta with the of nnlloa Cf0ns0 Count Wel serhel
and Ladysmith Nearly all oliiUon passtd by Uo egls aturo In the Fciol czecht wak appointed a minis
have gone to attempt to cheek JornliiK Tho matter was finally left In ulho lt portfolio
Warrens advance but he madrt abeyouco tp bo settled later It > clui <
aiivaacix sruuicv
JIuniloiinldM lox ement Oiicim n Witv
to lnil Hinltli
London January 20 A dispatch today
to tho Dally Telegraph from Spearmans
farm or camp as tho rotrespondtmts uow
describe it dealing with Lord Dundonald tt
movement to the west of General Warren
force already cabled says Ills success
glves us control of an easy entrance til
Ladysmith Our guns continue lo bom
bard the Boer line tho Doera replying but
feebly General Wntson is advancinc
steadily
Spearmans Camp Friday evening Jan
uary IB General Warren and Lord Dun
donald aro continuing a cautious advance
hourly expecting battle
and at Chlcvclcy Nntlvcs report that tb
kopjos aro full ot Doers
AlSTRAMtN WI VBS
agreed however that tltodemocrats should
bo allowed to have three oxtftt hours In
compensation of the lime tukou frain their
original allotment br the arguments of
counsel Tho republicans prtionted for
filing with lb1 contett boards the corrntor
notlco of tho renubllcan parties to the
has been made by tbe premier Minis er
of the Interior ad Interim Dr Von Km
bet minister of the rallwnvs Dr Von
Wlttek minister of finatue Heir Dawerl
minister Justice Herr Bnoden minister
ml
mister
contcat Tho notice was very low lo rtnori of 1 iatn Khalifa Abdull ili lias
quiring thrco hours tor reatllas The T V
for wnich the piotldcni alone wAs rospoa
< tble
Mr Allcu replkl At 1 ngih to Mr Spoon
er in tho uitirM of whi h he said It had
been reported throughout hi country In
the dally and wcoklv pipers that tho pop
ulist party had gone to pints I say
to you Mr President said Sir Allen
that these statements nre eburatterUed
with a political purpose Thcie are uioiw
populists In tho country today than ever
before Wo can cast 2300000 votes and
not all of those voters nre fools either
The organization far from having gona
to Pieces Is stronger today than at any
previous time
Ip a brief speech in opposition to the
amendment Mr Teller said ho would not
say a word tint would be offensive to tbo
government of Oroat Britain yet he felt
his sympathy go out to the Transvaal
Hepubllo In Its great contest at arraswlth
Englind
Mr Hale fM atd he ronld notjiellsra
that any accredited reprpsentitlvo of the
Transvaal Hepubllo hid been reject by
the president I should he ssjd deem
that a most unfortunate event 1f it no
rurred I have heard that irresponsible
unaccredited persons perhaps United
Slates cltlicns have appeared iu Washing
ton claiming to repreicht the gallant
peonlc who arc mlruggtlng for liberty but
no surh mission could be recosuued I
have vet 0 bo made to believe that nuy
dttlv accredited representative of that
bravo people of South Afrlea has appeared
before the president of the United State
and been denied a hearing If that bo
true the sqoner wc are Informed about it
the bettor It will be for the Amwicap
people I do not fall to take notice thUt
throughout the length and breadth of the
land the sympathies of thi reat Amtrican
pedplo are In favor cf tho struggle which
the Boers io making to preserve a repub
Ilcan government against ono of the cut
est powers of tbe world
Mr Hale quoted from a speech of Mr
BalfoUr In which the Brltsh fctateuUn bd
declared thf > Boer war Uad khlt fqicether
every hranrh of th English kpefikinK rife
I deny sir declared Mr HJIb with
great feeling that the American seetloa
of that race Is In sympathy with Onwt
Britain in the eouth Africanwar to stamp
put the liberty of a people Ideny tlwt
the American people pre to be tted to the
chariot wheel of war agaUwt il South
Wrlcan Bepubllcs I do not wish anre wn
plications I do not wish war I Ueall
that vve have not beeoiso W In love
with neutrality in Umeu t > aVlh Cw rot W
riot speak up boldly for pimmr oa l
Armenia Cuba Sad Krwijt i3 tffiJ
in rarer Pt tita
v
SPOONER DEFENDED THE ADMINISTRATIS
Sennte Healrei to Ki on tf t TrttiiK
mvM Henrcsintiithe Un Jtccn Uc
ftisctl lt < e < iKtil1ltii
Washington January 1 fn
t
v
WfP
V
i
J9J
m
m
fell

xml | txt