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That is the Spanish Account of Com.
modore Schley's Bombard
ment of Santiago.
OUR SHIPS FIRED SEVENTY BIG SHOTS.
It SIntt Ilato Iloeo Our Gunner's Day Off!
oa the Spaniard Declare that Abso
lutely No Damage was Dono Thero nro
Other Reports, Ilonrover, that Don't
Talk Quite So Spanish.
The American Squadron Suffered at
Chock ( T)
Madjud, June 1. Tlio minister of
mnrlne, Capt. Aunon, has rccoircd a
(lispatcli snytng tlio American squadron
has suffered n check before Santiago
do Cuba, Tlio fire from tlio Spanish
forts and the licet of Admiral Cervcra
Is alleged to have repulsed tlio Amer
ican fillips, which are said to havo re
treated, and to havo been dnmnged.
Tlio Spanish fleet, It Is claimed, did not
fpiiiluli Account of tlio Ilomhardment of
Havana, Juno 1. The following
Spanish account of tlio reported en
gagement off Santiago dc Cuba has
been issued here:
Tlio American fleet, consisting of the
Jowii, Massachusetts, Itrooldyn, Texas,
New Orleans, Marblohcad, Minneapolis
and another cruiser, in addition to six
small vessels, took up a position, on
Muy 31, on tlio western sldo of tlio
mouth of Santiago de Cubachannol,
opening fire from the first flvo vessels.
Tlio Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon
wns anchored toward l'uuta Oorda,
and could bo sec 11 from tlio open sea.
Tho flro of tho American fleet was
nnswercd by Morro, Socapa and l'unta
Gorda batteries and by the cruiser
The American fleet fired 70 shots,
"with projectiles of 33," without caus
ing tho least damage.
Tho bombardment lasted 00 minutes,
and tho American fleet retired with a
transatlantic stoamcr (auxiliary cruis
er) damaged. Two sholls wcro seen to
cxplodo on tho Iowa's stern, and thcro
was Are on board another battleship.
Several projectiles fell insldo tho
harbor near tho Spanish warships.
Thero is great enthusiasm at Santia
go do Cuba and here.
Another lleport by Way ot rort-au-rrlnco.
PoitT-AU-PniNCE, Hayti, Juno 1.
Tim following additional dotails have
been received hero from a Spanish
source, at Havana, of tho engagement
reported oil Santiago do CubaTucsday:
Tho Spanish batteries at first an
Bwcrcd tho firo of tho American squad
ron In a lively manner. After 20 min
utes of firing, directed in a superior
manner upon tho part of tho American
fleet, the Spanish battery began to
weaken, and tho American ships con
centrated a violent futilado upon El
Morro, destroying it completely.
Tho forts at Socapa and l'unta Oorda
fired tho last shots.
The Spanish loss must have been con
siderable. Details aro lacklngas to tho American
The Spaniards pretend to havo struck
thp American vessels several times, but
this information is accepted hero under
At four o'clock Tuesday afternoon
tho American squadron ceased firing.
At that time thcro was no Spanish ves
Bel in sight.
No news has been received thcro from
tho dispatch boats.
London Ilowlldered by Contacting Ileports.
London, Juno 1. This city is bewil
dered by the conflicting reports from
Santiago do Cuba which aro reaching
hero from all sources. "Tho Spanish
fleet destroyed or surrendered," nltor
natcs with "roportcd battlo discred
ited at tho navy department" on tho
Some of tho special dispatches havo
seemingly mlnuto details as to how
"tho Itrooklyn, standing well in shore,
opened tho battlo, and how a heavy
flro was concentrated by tho wholo
squadron on Morro and tho other do
fenscs, to which they replied furious
ly." Another report says: "Commodore
Schloy, after exploding many mines In
tho channel, ran the Texas far enough
into tho harbor to enpugo and sink tho
Au American Story A Different Face on
New York, Juno 1. An Evening
Journal special frotuCapo Hay Men says:
Tho torpedo boat Porter arrived at
Molo St. Nicolas nt I a. m. with dis
patches for Washington. Sho left Im
mediately, but beforo going to sea tho
following story of tho bombardment of
Santiago do Cuba was obtained by your
correspondent at tho Mole:
Tho American squadron, augmented
by the torpedo boat Portcr)tho auxil
iary cruiser, and tho protected cruiser
New Orleans, approached tho entrance
to tho harbor of Santiagoat about 13:30
p. m., tho Iowa leading.
Insldo tho entrance to tho harbor
was seen ono of tho warships of Cor
vcra's fleet, stripped for action.
As tho American fleet drew near tho
Now Qclcans was dotached, and
steamed forward ahoad of tho Iowa,
Toxas and Massachusetts. Ono of tho
fortifications oponcd flro on her, and
ho repllod, tho othor two ships
directing tho flro at tie battery
on tho Punta Gorda within Itho harbor
and to westward of tho position occu
pied by tho Spanish Bhlp. Tho latter
replied to tho flro and Immediately bo
camo a target for tho Amcnlcan ships
engaged In tho battlo. Sho retired bo
hind a protecting headland, and was
sot seen again during tlio engagement.
Tho Iowa, directed by Capt. "Fight
ing Bob" Evans; tho Massachusetts,
Capt. P. J. nigglnson;(thoTcKas, Capt.
J. W. Philip, and tho Now Orleans,
Capt Wm. M. Folgoij, kept up their,
tcrrlBc flro against the) Morro,. Socapa
and l'unta Gordo fortlffcatlons 'for two
hours, their projootSlos,.of enprmous
sizo, doing tremendous damago'to the.
defenses of tho harbor.
Tho masonry of Socapa and Morro
was battered almost Into dust, and tho
forms of Spanish artillerymen and in
fantry could plainly,, be seen flying to
safety behind 'the neighboring liiJJs.
The auxiliary .cnilsw whloh Jot&cl
Schley's flcot just beforo tho battlo
took placo was hit by shells from
tho forts, and it is thought she was
After seeking the protection of a jut
ting headland, tho Spanish warships
continued to flro projectiles over tho
hills toward the fleet, but they had no
range, not even direction to their shots,
and the shells fell harmlessly Into tho
That tho number of killed and
wounded on tho Spanish fildo is enor
mous, no ono doubts, for thno and
again tho American shells hit tho bat
teries squarely, and amid tho flying
masonry and dismantled guns the
forms of men wcro seen.
The damage dono to tho American
fleet can not bo learned, but it is not
thought any person was killed, if in
deed nnyono was wounded.
Official Dispatch l'rom Havana to Madrid.
Madiud, Juno 1. Tho following un
dated official dispatch from Havana
has been received here.
Tlio American squadron, commanded by
Commodore Schley, composed of Inrgo iron
clads and cruisers, attacked tho fortifica
tions at tho entrance of Santiago de
Cuba. Our ironclad Cristobal Colon, closing
tho mouth ot tha channel, and supported by tho
flro of tho forts, repulsed tho attach, causing
damago to tho enemy.
Admiral Mantcrola is tho officer In
command of the regular Spanish fleet
in Cuban waters.
UNDER THE SECOND CALL.
Adjt.-Uou. Corbln Making Up tho Appor
tionment Concessions May bo Mado
for tho 8uko of Harmony.
Washington, Juno 1. Adjt-Ocn.
Corbln is engaged in making up tho
apportionment of troops which each
stato Is to bo asked to furnish under
President McKInley's second call for 75,
OOO men. Uecauso ot an excess over
their quota under tho last call some of
tho states will not be asked for any ad
ditional men at this time. So far as it
possible tho existing regiments will be
recruited to their maximum strength.
Some of tho stato governors, in their
communications with tho war depart
mcnt.havc manifested n decided opposi
tion to filling up the existing regiments,
preferring to recruit entirely now or
ganizations, and In some of these coses
it isbclicvcd likely tho department may
yield, although no ono will make any
official statement to that effect. vThcro
is a disposition on tho partof the war de
partment to avoid any unseemly wran
gle over tho matter, butinstcad to yield
a point for tho sake of appearances.
Amplo authority, it is said, exists un
der tho volunteer act for tho war de
partment to proceed on Us own respon
sibility with tho work of recruiting
without calling on the governors to
assist in that work.
AN ORDER OF EXPANSION.
Organizations Under tho Tint Call to m
Recruited Up to Full Strength Inde
pendent of tho Second Call.
Wasiiinoton, June 1. An order lias
been issued by tho war department
which provides that the organizations
accepted and mustered into the United
States service under tho president's
first call for troops will bo expanded
from tho 75,000 men asked for under
tho second call so that each regiment
shall consist of 1'-' companies, troops or
batteries, and each battalion or
squadron of four companies and
of tho maximum enlisted strength
provided by tho volunteer nrmy act
Regimental and Independent battalion
commanders nrc to select a recruiting
party to obtain recruits in tho
locality whero tho organization was
raised. Additional companies necessary
for tho completion of regiments and
battalions aro to bo mustered by tho
samo rules that obtained under tho
president's first proclamation.
AN INSPIRING SPECTACLE.
Firing Drill or Ten llatterlos of Mght Ar.
tlllcry Alone the Heath nt
Tort Tampa, Fla.
Tampa, Flo., Juno . A firing drill
of tho wholo brigade of light artillery,
ten batteries of four guns each, was
held along the beach at Port Tampa.
All the artillery maneuvers wcro gono
through with, nnd the sight was an im
prcssivo one. For over ono hour tho
artillery dashed up and down tho long
beach through tho shallow water and
over tho hammocks of Picnic island,
wheeling the guns into line at com
mand and firing. Tho noise of tho fir
ing at times was dcafonlng.
Bays tho Health of tho Spjulsh Army In
Cuba Is Kxoellcnt,
MAiinm, Juno 1. In regard to tho
reported illness of tho Spanish troops
In Cuba, tho inspector-general of tho
sanitary department says tho health
of the army in Cuba is oxoellcnt. Ac
cording to tho last reports received, tho
sick list has been reduced ono-half "as
tho forced marches have ended iand tho
food has Improved."
llryan May Oct Ills Nebraska Iteglmont
' Washington, Juno 1. Secretary Al
ger has telegraphed tho governor of
Nebraska that ho will bo glvon nn op
portunity to furnish an additional full
regiment of infantry. This will per
mit tho governor to appoint Wm. J.
Bryan as colonel if ho bo desires.
Preparing to Reoeiro the American Troop
San Francisco, Juno 1. Tho steam
ship Moona arrived hero from Australia
ports via Honolulu. At tho lattct
placo everything was in readiness for
the rccoption ot tho troops on their way
to Manila, nnd tho most elaborate prep
arations had been made.
Condition of tho Hank of Hpaln Moro Seri
ous Than a itovcmo In War.
MAtniD, Juno 1. p. m. Tho con
dition of tho Hank of Spain is consid
ered us moro serious than any reverse.
of tho war. If it can not help tho
government tho war can not bo con
Ordered to Camp Alget,
Wasiiinoton, Juno 1. Tho Thirty,
fourth leglment of Michigan volun
teers has been ordered by telegraph
by Adjt.-0en. Corbln to proceed to
Camp Alger, Va., for duty under com
mand of Maj.-Uen. Graham of tho Hco
ond armj corps.
Kespoct to .tho Memory of Kx-Oov. Car-
Deb Moines, la., Juno 1. Hags on
all public buildings in the stao aro at
half-mast out of respect to tho memory
of cx-Qov. Cyrus C. Carpenter, whose
funeral will be held at Fort Dodge.
The Royal Is the highest grade baking powder
known. Actual tests aaow It goes one-
thlrif further ttaa say other bread.
HOYAl. SAJC1N0 POWDC CO., NEW YORK.
Recruiting for tho regular army con
tinues brisk at St. Louis.
WlUlnin A. Piper, of Uueda Springs,
ICas., shot his wlfo and baby and then
hlrabclf at Perry, Okln.
Frank Painter was shot and Instant
ly.killcd ut Walkervlllc, III. He him
self had killed two men.
Harvesting of wheat lias begun in
Texas. Moro wheat has been planted
this year than over before.
British war correspondents havo been
warned to keep away from Cuba. Thrco
of them nro in prison now.
St. Louis society women havo organ
ized to supply necessities for the sol
diers from Missouri at tho front.
The vlllagoof Orchid, Mo., was struck
by a tornado Tuesday evening nnd
six houses wcro totally demolished.
Tho impression still prevails at Ha
vana that the battlo of Manila was a
glorious victory for tho Spanish fleet.
Undo Sam's paymasters mado their
first rounds Tuesday since war was de
clared. Thoy dlstrlbutedabout82,000,
000. Tho Spanish forces in Havana con
sist ot 20,000 regulars and 40,000 volun
teers. An invasion is momentarily ex
pected. Rev. Samuel Giles, a Ilaptist minis
ter, eloped from Cementvlllc, Ind.,wlth
Mrs. John Durham, sho leaving thrco
At Berlin, Mo., during a heavy hall
storm, Tuesday night, hall drifted two
feet deep in many places, doing much
Injury to crops.
Capt. Rumbold of Battery A, St.
LOuls, now at Chlckamauga, wants 54
moro men to bring his organization up
to tlio full war footing.
Five hundred miners, well armed,
left Duquoin, 111., Tuesday night, for
Cartcrvillc, to force tho Big Muddy to
pay tho scale A riot was looked for.
Edna Whitney-Lane, of Chllllcothc,
iMWhas again left her husband and
entered upon a new role. Sho Is now
traveling for a St. Louis vinegar firm.
Charles L. Draper, recently acquit
ted ot killing C. L. Hastings, at Jack
sonville, 111., has been indicted by the
grand jury of Morgan county for per
jury. Window glass workers rcfuso to en
tertain a wage conference with the
manufacturers. They also pcfuso the
proposition that the plants bo closed
only for 30 days.
The Spanish minister of finance has
been authorized to issue 1,000,000,000
pesetas in pcrpetunl Internal debt nt
four per cent., In order togttaranteo the
tho present loans.
For having received a wholesale lot
of stolen goods from professional burg
lars, J. M. Freeman, 70 years old, was
sentenced, at Fort Scott, Kns., to tro
and a half years In the penltcntinry.
Because of a refusal by Warden
Hunter to allow them to play ball and
other games insido tho prison walls,
tho prisoners at tho Annmos.i (la.) state
penitentiary revolted, and ull have been
placed on bread and water.
THE FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.
(first Itegular Session.)
Wasiiinoton, Juno 1. A bill for tho
protection ot homestead settlers who
outer tho military or naval servico ot
tho United States in time of war was
passed by tho senate. Tho bill pro
vides that tho sorvlco In tho war with
Spalu shall bo considered as residence,
and work upon tho land, and that by
enlistment tho claim shall not bo for
feited. When tho war revenue bill was takou
up tho absenco of a quorum was sug
gested, aud 15 minutes wcro consumed
In assembling the requisite number of
senator, and tho discussion of tho bill
The fenturo of tho houso was a north
and south love feast, Invoked by a sen
ate bill to rimovo all political disabil
ities. A debate sprang up on tho
right of Gen. Joo Wheeler to
scruo ns major general of
volunteers without resigning from
tho house. Mr. Bailey (Tex.), the
democratic leader, strongly Insisted
that Gen. Wheeler, uuder tho constitu
tion, must resign from congress.
Grosvcnor (0.) and Settle (Ivy.) follow
ing In glowing tributes to tho reunited
north and south. The bill was passed
NOTED WITH SATISFACTION.
Spain Hugs tho Delusion that Sho Oalned
n Victory Over tho American
Fleet at Santiago.
Madrid Juno J. In the scnato Count
Valencia usked If "tho nows of the
Amcrlean rcpulso at Santiago do Cubn
The minister of marine, Capt Aunou,
replied afllrmatlveiy, adding: "Tho
news Is a goo! augury for further vic
tories which the courtigo and high
merit of our sailors give reason to hope
Tho scnato then quickly "noted with
B-ilisfactlon tho brllllaut victory of tho
rhlrtyl'our I.lvcs tost.
Si:atti.e, Wash., Juno 1. A special
to the Times from Victoria, B. C, saya
the schooner Lady Jauo Uroy foun
doivd 03 miles west of Capo Flattery,
Sunday, May 23. Only 37 out of 01 pM'
songers were tiaved.
Arr.ul of Uen. Miles nt Tampa.
Tav'.-a, Fla., Juno 1. Gen. Nelson A.
HI! 1, accompanied by Ills family, staff
aii a foroo of q)ork., arrived in Turapa
at; 0:30 a, ta. frou Wushlngtoa.
A General Memorandum Prepared
by Surgeon-General Stern
berg of the Army.
IT IS IN REPLY TO NUMEROUS LETTERS.
l'ntrlotlo Ladles Who Deslro to Do Some
thing for the Sick nnd Wounded Sol
diers In tho Field May Learn What Ar
ticles Will Prove Most Useful ami Ac
ceptable nnd Whero to Send Them.
Wasiiinoton Juno 1. Surgeon-General
Sternberg, of tho array, lias re
ceived numerous letters from patriotic
ladles asking what articles would be
most acccptablo for tho use of our sick
nnd wounded soldiers In the field or In
the hospitals. For the purpose of an
swering in a general waytheso inquli
ics, ho has prepared the following mem
orandum which will bo sent to persons
communicating with him on the sub
ject: "Money may be sent to tho surgeon
general of tho army as a contribution
to the hospital funds of tho hospital
ship "Relief" and of United States gen
cral hospital. This HI be sent to the
surgeons In charge to bo expended for
delicacies for tho sick, such as cannca
soups, jellies, lemons, oranges,
etc. Those who prefer may con
tribute canned soups, clam broth,
orange marmalade, ginger ale, biscuit,
water crackers, and similar articles in
hermetically scaled cans, for uso on
the hospital ship "Relief," and at the
United States general hospitals at Key
West, Fla.( Fort McPherson, Oa.; Fort
Thomas, Ky., and Fort Myer, Va. Ban
dages, lint and other surgical dressings
are not desired, as theso can be obtained
from tho manufacturers sterilized
for uso, and of the quality
which experience has shown to bo best
suited to our purposes. Shirts and
drawers aro provided by tho govern
ment, but will bo neccptcd and can be
given to convalescents upon their dis
charge from hospitals. Pajamas mado
of light gingham will bo useful for the
sick In hospital and on the hospital
ship, as they can bo worn by convales
cents who nro able to bo out of bed.
Long night shirts of light muslin can
also bo utilized. Broad bandages of
light flannel to protect tho abdomen
aro highly recommended, and may bo
worn to advantage by our boldlcrs in
Tho articles mentioned may be sent
direct to the surgeon-general of tho
army or to tho surgeons In charge of
the general hospitals named."
BUSTED THE BLOCKHOUSE.
The Gunners on the Auxiliary Uanbont
Uneas Kncai;ed In n Little
Kkv West, Fla,, Juno 1. The United
States auxiliary gunboat Uneas arrived
hero from the Cuban coast. Sho re
ports that on Monday last, when about
a mile and a half west of Matanzas
lighthouse, she sighted a Spanish
blockhouse on shore. Taking up a po
sition about 000 yards off shore, the
Uneas fired two shots at tho house, nnd
tho two shells went clear through the
building, which was wrecked.
reral Persons Injur oil by an Exploilon.
New YonK, June 1. A terrific explo
sion occurred early in the paper fue
tory of Tobias New & Co., on East
Nineteenth street, in which n number
of persons wcro Seriously Injured, tho
cntiro plant was wrecked and thou
sands of dollars' of damage was done.
No ono was killed, but it is feared that
somo ot tho injured may die. Among
tho Injured is Tobias New, tho pro
Spaniards Trylne to Compromlso Mexico
Mexico Citv, Mox., Juno 1. It is re
ported that tho agents ot tho Spanish
government aro buying cattlo and
grain here, hoping to smuggle it out
of tho country In tramp steamers,
which will endeavor to run tho block
ade. Tho mattor will bo looked Into
by tho government, which is deter
mined to maintain a strict neutrality.
Mutiny at the United States l'cnltcutlurj
nt Fort Leavenworth.
Leavenworth, Kas., Juno 1. At tha
United States penitentiary at Fort
Leavenworth mutiny broke out among
tho convicts, 15 of them escaping.
After a lively chaso ono of them, James
Musgrovc, a territory outlaw, was shot
down. Tho others escaped.
Mailing Itatlous for Thirty Days.
Wasiiinoton, Juno 1. Tho war de
partment Is massing rations for 30 days
for tho troops that aro assembling ut
Jacksonville, Fla., under command of
Maj.-Gcn. Lee. The ofllclals dccllno to
sav how many men are to bo concen
trated thero or whether they will stay
at that place for tho full 30 days.
Tho Ilelvldcro's russencers Safe.
PiiiLADELVHiA, Juno 1. The Nor
wegian steamer Kong Frode 1 cached
her dock in this city at 12:35 p. in. She
liml on board 24 nassentrcrs and the
crew of 41 persons from tho wrecked
steamer llelvlucro. vicc-rrcsiucnt ta
pote ot the Cuban republic Is one of the
Illinois l'rohlbltlon Stnte Con) cation.
Peokia, 111., June l". Tho prohibi
tion state convention, in session hero,
Is very largely attended, every con
gressional district being represented,
1,200 delegates being present.
Want to Flj lit With Hryau.
JKFTEftBON ClTV, Mo., Juno 1. GOV.
Stephens Is receiving many telegrams
and letters from citizens in all parts ot
the state who want to enlist In Bryan's
Hko biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti
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ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL1 GO
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OF ANYtOTHER STARCH.'
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exporirnco in fancy lanndorinir. It restores old linen and sammer drossos to tbeli
natural whiteness and imparts a Iwaatlfal and lasting llnlab. It Is tbo only atarct
nnnufactnred that Is perfectly harmless, containing noltber arsonic, alum or an,
Xher substance Injurious to linen and can bo used eicn for a baby powdar.
For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers.
Formal Opening of the Transmls
sissippi and International Ex
position at Omaha.
A FINE INAUGURAL STREET PAGEANT.
lho Famous Marino Hand Led the Way
nnd 11 Hundred Other Mu.lcill Organi
zations Contributed Muslo tor tho Oc
casion President McKlnley Toaclied
tho Starting liutton.
Omaha, Neb., Juno 1. Amid tho
music ot a hundred bands, the cheers
of a hundred thousand people, and tho
waving of innumerable Hags, tho
Transmlsslsslppl nnd International ex
position was dedicated. Everything
contributed to the smoothness of tho
final hours of preparations and noth
ing occurred to mar the occasion.
At 0:30 tho great civic parado started
on its march from tho center of the
city to the grounds. The national
Marino band led tho splendid pageant,
and a hundred musical organizations
from the various states of tho mid-west
contributed to tho occasion. The pa
rade was thrco miles long,cons!stlng of
the oflieers and guests of tho exposition
In carriages, tho scml-mllltary organi
zations and all the secret societies of
this and adjacent states.
Early tho special trains had begun
to unload tholr crowds until the rail
road men estimated that at least 100,
000 peoplo had arrived. These, min
gled with tho citizens of Omaha, formed
one solid phalanx along the routo of
the parade for ten miles.
Rev. Dr. Niccols, of St. Louis, opened
tho exercises nt tho grounds with an
appeal to "Ho who dooth all things
well" to shower Ills blessings on tho
enterprise! and tho peoplo of the Trans
mlsslsslppl region, especially President
0. W. Wattles. Hon. John L. Web
ster, of Omaha, and Hon. John
N. Baldwin, of Council Bluffs,
eulogized tho occasion. President Mc
Klnley addressed the assembled multi
tude by long distanco telephone,
touched tho magic button, nnd tlio ex
position was dedicated. Tlio weather
could not havo been more propitious,
and not a partlclo of dust was in evi
In the afternoon tho Marino band
gave n concort at tho grounds, aud n
night pyrotechnic display of tho most
elaborate scale enlivened tho occasion
Ilia President's Itegrets and Congratula
tions. Wioinvfirnv. .Tnnn 1. President Mc-
1. '.. ... ., -
Klnlcy formally opened tho Transmls-
elaolnnl nnd TriTnrTlfit Intlfll OX nfifli tlnil
at Omaha, Ncb by touching an clec-
trlo button in tlio toicgrapn room in
tho Whlto House. A few minutes be
foro ono o'clock tho president sent out
tho following telegram of congratula
tion to tho president of tho exposition,
Mr. uuraon w. auics:
ilpi'i'.and International Expoiltton, Omaha,
Tho cordiality of tho invitation exfaded to
mAintuinmont nt thn nrwnlnir of our arcat
exposition Is greatly appreciated, and I more
deeply rcrot that publlo duties prevent mo
Irom leaving mo capuai m uni uiuc
Tho events ot tbo memorablo bait century
which the Transmlsslsslppl and International
exposition commcmorat03 nro Interwoven wllh
tho history of tho wholo nation and aro of sur
passing imoortjnea Tho mighty west affords
most Rtrllilug ovidCDces of tho splendid achieve
ments and possibilities of our people. It is a
matchless trlbuto to tho energy and endur
nnco of tho pioneer, whllo Its tast agricultural
dc clopment, Us progress in manufactures. Its
advancement In tbo nr W and sciencos, and in all
departments ot oducation andondeavor have
been Inestimable contributions to-the civiliza
tion nnd wealth ot tho world.
Nowhere haTO the unconquerable determina
tion, self-reliant strength nnd sturdy manhood
of our American citizenship been more forcibly
illustrated. In pcaco or war tho men and women
of tho west havo over been in tho vanguard.
I congratulato tho management upon Its
magnificent enterprise and assure all who
partlclpato in thli undertaking of tho deep
Interest which tho governmant has in its suo
cc,.j. Wll.UAU McKlMLEV.
Christian Work In tbo Field.
Younobtown, 0., Juno 1. Herbert
K. Knsltcy, tho goncral secretary of
tho Young- Men's Christian association
In this city, has lctt for Tampa, Fla.,
to assumo cliargo of tho Ohio branch
of tho Y. M. 0. A. at that point.
Itobert T- Lincoln' Bon-ln-ljw a Soldier
De8 Moines, In., Juno 1. Warren
Bccktvlth, tho baseball player1! who
eloped with tho daughter of Kpbort T.
Lincoln, has enlisted with tho Iowa,
national guard, with tho purpose ol
Kolng to tho frgnt.
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