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The Wilmington M icanteronoo E Conference Conrerenoondopted Conrerenoondoptedn adopted adoptedresolution adopteaii
n resolution condemning tile array canteen canteenand canteeowd canteen1wd
wd the uso and sale of liquor In the HHVT HHVTpossessions nltIJOsaeslons nwpoesslona
possessions ot this government was wa nUo nUonJbpttd 1110Idopttd ntQdopted
nJbpttd nJbpttdA dopted doptedA
A A robberjyhp rohberwho robberwhpwai was U11 shot hot nt while attempt attemptlac nttempti nttemplag
i lag to rob r b nitoro a 8t r In Lemont III dropped droppeddead droJ1ledI 1ropeddead
I dead < from rromfrlgbt rromfrlgbtThe tight ttlghtTht tightTht
Tht Boston stonecutters will wII join tho etrlk etrlknra etrHfirs trtk trtksrs
firs when their term of agreement narcomo t wth tuo tuomanufacturers tblIl1nnUrllcturcrs thurnanutacturor9
manufacturers expire expireOne axplrtHOne oxpirisOne
One man was killed Iud two probably fat fatuity ratully fatHy ¬
uity Hy Injured IDJur d by n immature lrtmllture explosion exi1ooflot of a aWast ntlJast ablast
blast ot dynamite dynamltoln In Alluu t Bussels quarry quarryaw quurryI quarrynear
aw Waterloo N J JIn JII JIn
II In Q Chicago OhlclI o nn Italian was stricken duut duutafter du duafter t t3rter
after killing his hi pnitavr pnitavrThra pnltullrThA patuurTha
ThA n Rv v Dr Trunk M Wells has hn pub published pubUshed ¬
f lished a I tLor asserting that drunkoumBS la lascandalously 10candnloudJy hicandnIouiy
scandalously prevalent among thu ofllcora ofllcoranud onlcorsIIl1d oflicoranuI
nud privates ot tea United Statea Army In Inthe IIIIhe inhe
the he Philippines PhilippinesUp 1hlUpplnoUp
Up totbo to tbo present time 17 concerns In InCleveland IIICluvelnnd inCleveland
Cleveland 0 huvo granted rnnted the machinists machiniststhe mRchlol ts
11 I the nlnohour day < Ia with th 10 hour p 11Y y as asdemanded asI
t I demanded demandedTho iemanthdThu emnndldXb
Tho Xb National Building 1JuIdln Trades Council Coanollhas CouDolIhils Councilhaa
has taken up the flight fijl1of of theunlonsnfilllatedTlth thuplo the theunlonsnfilllated uRlonsafflilatedwith > nsnmllated nsnmllatedvlth
with tim Chicago Building Trades Council OouncltThe Oouncllt CouncilTLie
t The Bepubllcnn Congressional Oon resslonnl Convention Conventionmet Conventionmet
met In Atlions Athor 0 and nominated lion 0 0II OII 0GroSvuaQr
II Grosvongr for Congress for thu sixth sixthtlmo alxthIImu sIxthtIme
tIme tlmoTho
1 t Tho Norwegian steamship Vldar Jnr of otlred otlredIItloubolld Frtsd Frtsdurloksholld rredarloksboltd
urloksholld Captain sorensen from New Newfork NewI Nework
I fork ork to Norfolk went ashore shortly after aftermidnight Inermidnight aftermidnight
midnight at Dam Neck Mills 31111 ton miles mIIc south southat soutbof southof
of Capo Hoary Vii d Tho crow of eighteen eighteenmen olghteenmon eighteenmon
mon nro safe on board boardProf boardII boardProf
II Prof 8 0 Mitchell 1 Itch all of RIchmond Collate CollateIn
4 In his sermon nt the Second Baptist Church Churchon
on Sunday night acnthlrigly denouncedGov denouncedGovernor denounced Cloy Govrnorlylllr Cloyernor
ernor rnorlylllr Tyler for allowing the lynching of the thutwo thlwo thewo
two wo men at Jimporln EmporlaCbarl 1LnportaChnrlo3 JimporlnCbnrlM
CbnrlM Cbarl J Scott nearly killed 1tllledbls hts wlfsand wlfsandher wlfs tlf and nndher andher
her mother by gaahlngtbem Inthe baud and andface andfnco andface
face with n 1 chisel at their homo In Owosso OwossoMlob OwossoMloh OwossoMiob
Mlob nnd then committed suicide suicideThe suicideThe suicideThe
The Merchants National Bank of Rutland RutlandVt nutlanlVt ItutlandVt
Vt closed Its doors and Its cashier Charles CharlesTV Ol1nrlesW Charlesw
W Mureee was arrested on the charge ol olmisappropriation ormlsaplroprlltloJ1 ofmlsapiirOprlatiOif
misappropriation of funds fundsTho lundsTho fundsTho
Tho fast mail on the Atlantic and on West WestPoint WestI VestPoint
I Point Railway was wrecked near Opllxa OpllxaGal OplbmCal OplixaCal
Cal and Express Messenger Oslln was waskilled wa wakilled VI1 VI1I
I killed killedTho killedTho killedThe
Tho fitrlkora of the Siemens Ilclsko Com Company ComI Cornpany
I pany lu Chicago returned to work n com compromUo compromlo cornproxnlo
promUo having been arranged arrangedBev arrangednovo arranged11ev
novo Dr Isaac M Wise Wls tho eminent rabbi rabbiand rnbblj rabbiand
j and founder of Hebrew Union College died diedat diedat
1 at bid homo In Cincinnati CincinnatiThe OInclnnlltlI CincinnatiThe
I The battleship Keanargo left Newport NewportNews NowportNews Newporta
a News Vn on her first trip as a commissioned acommls810nodI commissionedvessel commissionedvessel
I vessel of the navy navyPubllo nMYI naryPublic
Publlo oj ollnton talon In Virginia is divided n M to tothe toI tothe
I the Qovernoca responsibility for tho Em Emporla Emporia Emporla
porla lynching but thorn Is a general enernl un undercurrent Undercurrent ¬
I dercurrent ot satisfaction nt the result The Thobody Thebody lhebody
body of tho negro Cotton was taken to toNorfolk toNorfolk toNorfolk
Norfolk NorfolkThirteen NorfolkThlrtHon NorfolkThirteen
Thirteen young girl students of the West Western WPstern Westem ¬
em ern Seminary for Girls In Oxford 0 were weresuspended wcreI wereuspcnded
I suspended auspelJdlIUor for torlndeoorousconduotin Indecorous conduct conduotln In holding holdingan
I an Initiation Inltllltlollin In u cemetery vault vaultAlbert vaultI
I Albert B Talbott who was to have been beenbest 11elnbest beenbest
best man at his brothers marriage to Miss MissLucy MissLucy IIM IIMLucy
Lucy Blgntiiff of Bath county Ky changed changedplaces chnngedplnces changedplaces
places and became the girls RlrI husband husbandTho husbandTbl husbandThe
The York Cotton Mills Company of South SouthCarolina SouthCuollnn SouthCarolina
Carolina will deduct three per 1 > 11 cent from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the annual dividend and add It to tho wagos wagosof WlIg09I
I of t the operatives operativesAfter ollcrathesArter operativesAfter
After a quarrel with her lover III Pntorson PntorsonN
I N J MIsH Anno Volande laid her head on onn ona
n 1 railroad track and allowed n 1 train to dc dccapltato decapitato c ccapltato
capltato her herDr borDr herDr
Dr II A Ward of Baltimore and B VV VVGatewood WOntewQod V Vkatewod
Gatewood ot otOid Old Point had n narrow narrowcP ifi ificapo s scope
capo cP from drowning drowuln In Hampton Hands HandsIn HondsIn IiondsIn
In Mount Klsko N Y Mrs George Goor Felnel Felnelattempted FeinIIlIUemptld Pelnelnttemptd
attempted to lash lashIrank Frank Drowfooglo for forpoking rorpoLlng forpoUng
poking fun at her husband husbandLena husbandLenn husbandLena
Lena Cook Cooklu In Philadelphia rand mndo madea on fourth fourthunsuccessful tourtllItnsucce fourthunsuccessful
unsuccessful Itnsucce sful attmpt to kill herself herselfCaptain herselfCl1ptaln herselfCaptain
Captain George Geor H Flngg died In Charles Charlestown CharI CharItown Charlutown
town W Va of npoploxy npoploxyVoIneyV npoploxyVolney apoplexyVoiney
VoIneyV Volney V Ashford formerly a Hawaiian Hawaiianrevolutionist IIawull Hawaiianrevoiutionlatdied J1 J1revolutionist
revolutionist revoiutionlatdied died in Oakland Cat CatTho OnlXho CalThu
Tho differences between H 0 Frlekrnid FrlekrnidAndrew Prick and nndAndrew andAndrnw
Andrew Carnegie have boon settled This Thisannouncement ThrsIUlDounclmcnt Thisannouncement
announcement was VIlS made officially by tho thoCarnegie thoOarneRlo theCarnegie
Carnegie Stool Company CompanyThsJupanoso OompanyTho CompanyThepaneso
ThsJupanoso Tho JI1p1lneso Liner HongKong Mnru nru ling lingarrived tinsarrived baaarrived
arrived from the Orient via Honolulu No Nomalli Nocnllb NomalLs
malLs nor lor passengers will bo landed until untiltbo untiltho untilthe
the Yswnl v ItAl baa been bceJlpassell bcenpassedbythe passed bythe quarantine quarantineInspectors Cjulrantluejns quqrantinoInspectors
Inspectors InspectorsSheriff jns InspectorsSheriff etors etorsSherll1
Sheriff fltitor uter of Frankfort rnnkfort swore in it itposso 1 1possa aposse
posse of 125 special deputy sberllts About Abouthalf AbpllhnlfotthostlswPtn Abouthalf
half hnlfotthostlswPtn of thosttvswpru In are nrocnembur9 members munbu s of the thanew tbonow thenew
new Beckham militia company recently or organised organlad organLCd ¬
ganised ganladGuns ganLCdkt ganisedGuns
kt Guns and ammunition wora Moral In Inbuildings 10buildings Inbuildings
buildings adjacent to the jail JIlIln ut in Frankfort Frankfortwbcto Ftllnkfortwbpro Prankfortwhere
where the Goebtl suspects are confined confinedThis con confluedThis 11 n < < lI lITbls
This action ncllo was taken on tho strength of ofrumors 01rumors ofrumors
rumors that armed bodies of men from the themountain th thcnountnln themountain
mountain counties may coma there to the thepreliminary thsprelbnlnllry thepreliminary
preliminary trials trialsThlrtytwo trlllisThlrlytwo trialsThirtytwo
Thlrtytwo students at Inwranoovillo N NJ NJ
J Academy wura weruaont eent to thulr thuirhomee homes to pro provent provont provent
vent tho spread of diphtheria provnUnt provnUntthore provnlentthoro provnisntthere
there thoreTho thoroTho thereThe
Tho Lick Obaerviitor Observatory will send out nnnx nnnxpedltlon nn ox oxpedltloll axpedlUon
pedltlon to obaarvo thu total ecllpso ot tbo tbonun tbounYI thesunMay28
nun sunMay28 sunMay28Tha unYI May 23 23Thn 28ThA
ThA Kansas City Chief of Polldo offered to topay toPIlY topay
pay e2iS 23 out of bU salary for tho body of ofaach ofach ofeach
each ach highwayman killed In that olty oltyMusical oltyMuslraJ cityMusical
Musical works ot nil pu nations will bo b ad admitted ndmltted adniittedto ¬
mitted niittedto to Iho Paris Exposition ExposillonI
Active Preparation fur a Mayo on Con Conitnntlnople Constantlnople Conutantitiople
itnntlnople Should tho Sultan Prove In Intractable IIItraotableUnsIlnll IntraotabIefln4lail
traotableUnsIlnll tractable Itnsilnn Onrrlmini Along Site IlioArmenian thoArmonlan Sitetranenlan
Armenian Frunllur 1 Oroutly GreNU Increased JnorealedJtu8dn InoreaietlItiuiln IncreasedJittula
Itiuiln Demands DemandsLondon I41JnantllLondoo ItnantleLondon
London Dy Cable Oblerho Tho Standard Rives Rivesextreme Hivesextreme givesextreme
extreme prominence to tho following special specialdispatch specialdl specialdispatch
dispatch dl ptch from Odessa Ihisslut IhisslutThere IwsslulThero ItussiutThere
There can bo no longer any doubt as to totbo totho tothe I
the object of the warlike preparations now nowbtlng nowbtln nowbt1ng
btlng btln completed In South llussln Nearly Nearlylmooo Nearlyzoooo I
250000 troops have already boon mobilized mobilizedn mobilizedniur
n niur ur this place for active service The ThsBlack TheBlack Xhelack
Black lack Sea squadron with transports trllll ports Is held heldIn heldIn heldIn
In Instant readings readingsThe rlludlnlfslho readinessThe
The tension In tho relations between St StPetersburg SIretlrsburg StPetersburg
Petersburg and tho Subllmo Porto becomes becomestvery beoomesIyery becomestyary
tvery day more acute The position Is Islooked Iiilooked Islooked
looked upon with the grnvfat apprehension apprehensionIt
It the Ottoman Government supported supportedy suplort d dby
by > y Germany should prove stubbornly In Intractublo Inractblo Intractable
tractable with regard to Busslns conoee conoeeilonary cOlloesIonnr conoesilonary
ilonary Ionnr demnuds In Asia Minor serious coin coinpllcattous MIIlpllolltlous Coinpliontious
pllcattous must mus Inevitably ensue Tao TneUuSslan Taottussitin XneUU95111
UuSslan UU95111 garrisons in tho Camasus 01l1l l U8 ithd ithdalong Itnllllong tindalong
along the thoArmeniaa Armenian frontier have been In Inrells6J In InJrensed inreiswl
Jrensed fourfold and equipped equlpledfor for noUN nctlvolervlce noUNenlell activeService
Service lervlceOdessa ServiceOdessa enlellOdcssl
Odessa tho great Russian port on the thoBlack thGlack theBlack
Black lack Sea Is 375 miles across noro tI that sea from fromConstantinople fromOonstantlnoplu fromOonstzrntlnopie
Constantinople Tho reported presence of ofihe ofbo ofdie
die transports there would indicate nn In Inontlon Incntlon Inaintlon
ontlon to move the Busslan lI sslun troops by sea seaind soaInli seaInt
ind put them ashore near Constantinople Constantinopleander Constantlnoplo40der Constantinoploander
ander cover of the Black Sea squadroua squadrouaguns l sruadroueuts ulldrou ulldrougUlls
guns uts should war break out outBetween OltD outl3etweun
Between D tweun Odessa dassa and Turkey ijy y the Jnnd Jnndrouto Jnnd Jnndrouto nnl1 nnl1outo
routo are Ilouumula Bulgaria and Maateru MaateruItoumella ijll8tHruUoumella Iateruitoumolia
Itoumella whloh are supposed to be under underRussian undtlrtusslan underitusslan
Russian InQueuco By the moet favorable favorableand IIorllblonnd favorableind
and route tho distance from Odessa to Con Conitantlnople ConItantlnoplo Constantinopie
itantlnople Is t over overIIOO COO miles milesTho mUMTho milesThe
Tho Busslnn demand on Turkey for con consessions conesslons conossioue
sessions In Asia Minor Ulnoraro aro understood to be betor belor befor
for railroad concessions CObcts lol s Involving Inolvln practical practicaljoutrol praoliclllontrol practicaliontroi
joutrol of nil Northern Nor Noctbe tb n AsIa A ln Minor MinorBOER MinorBOER tlnorBOER
BOER RAID RAIDthreatening RAIDhrelltoal RAIDrkrenteilii
threatening rkrenteilii hrelltoal lord ItolmrU tub or Ilno of Com Communlcntlon ComJnllnlolUonOllOrlUIII CorninunIoat1onOoratllig
munlcntlon JnllnlolUonOllOrlUIII Onorntlng lu luKroe InIroo haYroe
Kroe State StateLondon s StateLondon13y I to toLondonDy
London LondonDy By Cable talJlcA A censored dispatch dispatchlo
lo lbo theDlllly > Dally Chronicle from KImberleysnysi KImberleysnysiFour Kimberley snYlI1 snYlI1Four saystPour
Four hundred Free Staters have hllvetaken hllvetakenlosslsillon taken takenpossession takenpossession
possession losslsillon of the th road between Klmberley Klmberleyind ItlmberleyInd ICimberleymd
ind Pnardoborg They have seized a farm farmaear farmDear farm farmnear
Dear Pandatnsfontelu Paudams ontein where fx I number nU1 nunlberof nunlberofarmy berof berofumy > of ofirmy
army horses bad been tent to rest and graze grazett grnzet grazeIt
tt t Is rumored rumoredthat that their object Is to raid the therailway he herllllwny herailway
railway by way wa of Jacobsdnl JacobsdnlThe JncobadalThe JacobadniThe
The CapeTowu correspondent of the Dally DallyNews DallyNew DailyNews
News telegraphing tele raphlng Tuesday sayst saystIt snyslIt smLystIt
It Is Improbably that the advance from fromBloemfonteln fromDloemfonteln fromlitoemfontein
Bloemfonteln will III be made for another anothermonth Ilnothermonth anothermonth
month General Clements Is advancing ndvancln to toBloomfontnln toloomfontAln toLiloemloatnin
Bloomfontnln In tour cclumos When Lord LordRoberts LonlItoberts Lordfloberts
Roberts begins beginstitti the march northward General GeneralGatacrn GenernlOlltncr OencralGittacra
Gatacrn will be loft In chargo of Bloemfon Bloemfonteln Dloemfonteln Bloemfontom
teln tom The Colonial Government has hl1 ordered orderedthe ordoredthe orderedthe
the Capo Yoluntoera to withdraw south of oftho ofthe oftho
tho Orange river for fear of accentuating accentuatingraiXal necantuatlngrnlnlleeUng accentuatingratal
raiXal rnlnlleeUng rnlnlleeUngLord feeling feelingLord feelingLord
Lord Roberts oberts cables to tho War Office as asfollows nArollows itsfollows
follows from Bloomfonteln under date of ofMondavi of1IIonl1nYI ofMonday
Monday MondaviCaptain 1IIonl1nYICnplllin Mondaythiptitira
Captain SlontioStanley of the Sixteenth SixteenthLancers 8111teonthLnnel1rs SixteenthLancers
Lancers was va9 slightly wounded In an affair affairot nlralror affairof
ot outposts north ot tho Modder river March nrch
25 25A A dispatch from fromBioemfontoin Bloemfontoln to the Times Timesamplifies Timesamplifies TimesamplIfIes
amplifies LordlloberU Iord JtolJerta dispatch as I follows followsA followslA
A cavalry reconuolssanco was mado on onSunday onaundny onSunday
Sunday toward Brandturt The Sixteenth SixteenthLancers SixteenthLnncerl SixteenthLancers
Lancers by skirmishing drew the Boers Boersfrom Doerlfrom Doersfrom
from theIr position Into the open when tho thoNinth thoNinth theNinth
Ninth Lancers attempted to outflank the theonemy thlonemy thuenemy
onemy while they were engaged from from tho thofront thofront thefront
front by a dismounted section of tho Six Sixteenth Sixtoentb Sixtoenth ¬
teenth Lancers Our casualties Cllsua1tpsllro nro reported reportedto
to be few fewA fowA towA
A dispatch to tho Dally Telegraph from fromBloemfonlvln IromDloemronleln fromBlosmnfontein
Bloemfonlvln says saysiThe SlYSITho saysTue
The Trnnsvualers have arrested Com Commandant Commandant Coinmandant
mandant Prlniloo who had settled upon A nfarm Atllrm afarm
farm 20 miles north ot Bloemfouteln wish wishIng wishIng wishlog
Ing to enjoy peace under British rule ruleDANISH ruleDANISn ruleS
A Itepnrt IteportTht Ttint the Rate to United States U U1raotloalljr hJ islraotIcaiiy
1raotloalljr J > raotleal Dono DonoLondon 1J0noLondon IeneLondon
London Dy Cable OnbleA A dispatch to tho thoExahapge thoExchlllgeielegrllrbO theExclapgeTsiegriiph
ExchlllgeielegrllrbO Exahapge Telegraph Company mlnny frpm Paris Parismys Pnrln5 Parissays
says n5 theeale thosaleot ot tile tfleDnnlsh Danish Antilles ntlll s to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United State Stat has been practically com completed comlltted cornplted ¬
pleted pletedGopeibngon pltedCopesbagen lltted llttedOopebllgon
Gopeibngon Dy Cable CableNothlng Nothing U Uknown IAkDown Isknown
known In competent circles horo to confirm confirmtho lonfirmtho confirmthe
tho Paris report that tho sale of tho Danish DanishAntilles DllnlshAntlllo DanishAntilles
Antilles to the United States has been prim pracI prnctlcuJly primticaily
I tlcnlly complettd cOlnplettdUII
M Buried Atlvu AtlvuPhlladolphln AUvllhlladelphla Ativulhiiadolphia
Phlladolphln SpeclalAt Mulllan Hill HillN IIIIIN liii liiip
p N J near this place the discovery has been beenmade beonmllde bee beemade
made that a boy was burled alive allv Au un undertaker undertaker Undertaker ¬
dertaker was exhuming bodies of the mem member memoburs membore ¬
ber burs ot tho Bnltzor family who lived nt ntMulllcal ntuillcal atMuilical
Mulllcal uillcal Hill UlIlllbout about 25 2 yean ago for final finalburial OOllIburll11n finalburial
burial burll11n In this oily One coffin contained tho thoskeleton thoskeleton timesketoton
skeleton of a boy nnd Its condition bore boreevidence boroovldonoo boreevidence
evidence ot o aa awful struggle after tho sup supposedly IIUFlosedly supposedly ¬
posedly dead body bad been burled burledtIj
tIj iI k i
IT 110 Aired Ills Orlovnnco Grlon noforo toro Jlome JlomeConitnltteo 1LouuCemnutlttoet IIIu IIIuConllnlttcct
Conitnltteo Conllnlttcct A Toiiipeit lu lua lua Ina
a Teapot TunpotWashington TtlnlotWASbln TeapotWasbinton
Washington WASbln Wasbinton ton tSppcial SlloollllAfler After nil It has hasbeen haabeon baabeen
been shown shownthllt that the famous tnmousMtcrum Mucrutn case oasowas casewas
was n tempest temP9 tempestinthoprovorbini tItl1o Initho proverbial teapot Tho Thoformer Thorormer Theformer I
former Consulof Pretoria appeared before boforotho bcforotho beforethe
tho House Committee C cnh1lteo on Foreign Affairs Affulrsand Affairsnod Affairsand
and made madosuch such u sorry showIng that It was waasuggested wasSuggested Tnysuggested
suggested to abandon the hearing boforo thu thustory thostory tuestory
story was wa half told toldHe toldUe S SHo
He had IlIllllot not n peg pei upon which to hang his biscontention blscontention hiscontention
contention that he had b been eu unfairly treated treatedby treatedby treatedby
by tho Stats Department The members of oftbo oftho ofthe
the oommlttuo wero disgusted dlssu8t d nnd It was wasdecided WusI wasdecided
decided to drop the matter then and there thereHence thoreHonco therehence
Hence the last bus been heard of Mncrum Mncrumthe 1IIncrumtbe Macrumthe
the Silent SilentTho 8l1entI SilentThe
Tho Investigation ot tho case ca e was at tho thoInstance thoInstance theInstance
Instance of Itepreseutatlvn ltepr antath Wheeler of Ken Kentucky Knntuoky Kentucky ¬
tucky who Introduced a 1 resolution asking askingthat nklngthnt askingthat
that tho allegations allegationsboinxestlgated be Investigated Macrittn Macrittnwas 1IIacruIIlWUft Macrutwas
was summoned from froln East Liverpool 0 Tho ThoInquiry ThoInquiry Thuinquiry
Inquiry developed d voiopcd utmost Into n farce farceThe fnreeTho farceThe
The case will not be given tho dignity of ofone ofone ofone
one deserving n report to the House It will willlimply 111181mply willsimply
limply be dropped droppedTho droppedThe droppedThe
The former Consul presented two letters lettersthat IcttorBthat lettersthat
that had been opened by the British censor censorneither censorneltbor censorneither
neither of them of Importance but it was wasshown WI WIshown wasshown
shown by a communication from Secretary SecretaryHay SooretlrylIay Secretaryhay
Hay that the American hud not no taken the thutrouble thatrouble thetroubie
trouble to maUo m t an official omcln complaint but buthad buthad buthad
had contented himself with rnnciom charges chargesafter ohllrg chargesafter 8 8altor
after ho returned to the United States Ho Hoadmitted 110IldmlttCtl lieadmitted
admitted that ho had been treated Just as astbo lIStho asthe
the representatives of other nations in l his hisjurisdiction hisJurisdiction hisjurisdiction
jurisdiction had and to a direct question by byllepresentatlvo byltepr6sentatlvo byItepresentatlvo
llepresentatlvo W A Smith said that he had hadreturned hadroturned hadreturned
returned to tho United States 8tateslargcly largely be because boo boooauso hocause ¬
cause of pressing private business businessHis businessIlIa businessIlls
His assertion that the British authorities authoritieswero Duthorltleswero authoritieswere
wero in possession of the United States Statescipher Statesolpher Statescipher
cipher code ho could not substantiate It Itdeveloped Itdevoloped Itdeveloped
developed during a sharp crossexamination crossexaminationthat
that Muorum baaed his belief on n rumor rumorthat rumorthut rumorthat
that a dispatch ho had Bent lienthQIlo homo nsklug IISklf for fora torleave
a leave of absence on November 6 had bnl been beenpublished boenpublished boonpublishud
published He said ho had been informed informedthat Inrormedtl1llt informedthat
that a newspaper In Durban printed this thisfact thislact thisfact
fact factA
A lengthy letter was sent the committee committeeby oommlttooby committeeby
by Secretary Hay explanatory o tho letter letteropening letteropenln letteropening
opening eplsodo complained of by Mr MrMncrum MrMncrum MrMacrum
Mncrum There was also sent by tbo State BtatoDepartment StatoDepArtment StateDepartment
Department n communication from Consul ConsulGeneral ConsulGeneral ConsulGeneral
General Stowe In which wbl h the latter stated statedthat statedthnt statedthat
that ho had heard of tho mall tampering tamperingnnd tnmperlngnnd tamperingand
nnd informed the British Commissioner Commissionerwho COlnmlsslonerwho Comnmissionorwho
who In turn communicated with tho British Britishofllclals Drltlshoffiolals BritIshofilciala
ofllclals at Port Durban DurbanTho DlrbanTho DurbanThe
Tho explanation of those authorities was wasmost wasmost wasmost
most satisfactory the ConsulGeneral stated statedTho atntedTbo statedThe
The letters had been opened unintentionally unintentionallynnd
and the offense was not repeated Mr MrMaorum 1I1rMnorum MrMacrum
Maorum admitted that there had been b en no nofurther noturther nofurther
further Interference with his mall mallSKV1SKK mnllSECrl mailSEVEF1
SKV1SKK LOSS TO DOERS 11OKKSCainmnuiltrlnCUIof IJOEURComnluutertnChlef DOERSCommaititerlnCltiof
CainmnuiltrlnCUIof Joubert li U JJllttlA JJllttlAroat DeadAGreat adA adAPretoria
Great roat l 1Igiiter 1IgiiterPretoria ll hlflr hlflrProtoln
Pretoria By Cable CableOaMrol General Joubert Joubertdied JOUb4ltlIl1d Joubertdied
died Wednesday night at 1130 oclock Ha Hahad Itohad 0 0had
had been suffering sulrlrln from n 1 stomach com complaint complaint comeplaint ¬
plaint plaintPeritonitis plaint1erltollltis plaintPeritonitis
Peritonitis is said to have intervened and andto nndto andto
to have been tbo Immediate cause of death deathTho dellthTbe deathTho
Tho government pleaded with the widow widowto wldovto widowto
to allow n temporary Interment here with n natnto nStllto astate
state funeral Joubert nhvays expressed u udesire 1 1deslro adesire
desire to be burled In n mausoleum mllulel l1m built on onhis onhis onhis
his farm farmHis fnrmHIs farmIlls
His successor In tbo chief command will willprobably will1robably willprobably
probably bo bl General Louis Botha Do lIl1 now corn commanding cornlunndln cornruanding ¬
manding lunndln In Natal NatalTho NntnlTho NmtaiThe
Tho town Is plunged Into mourning for the thetruo thetrul thetrue
true patriot gallant general und upright uprightand ulrlsMand uprightand
and honorable gentleman gentlemanGeneral gentlemllnGeneral gentlemanGeneral
General Petrut Jacobus Joubert com cominaudant commandnnt coininaudant
inaudant general of the Transvaal forces forcesbettor forcObettor forcesbetter
bettor known as Plot Jouboit or SlIem BllemPlotwhloh SlIemPlet SliemrIotwhioh
Plotwhloh Plet whloh IB Dutch for or sly or foxy foxyPeter foxyPotr foxyPeter
Peter was 8 born about sixtyeight years yearsngo YtU1IRo yearsego
ego Ro Ho was descended from nil old French FrenchHuguenot FrenchHuguenot FrenchIiuguenot
Huguenot family which settled In South SouthAfrica HauthAfrloa SouthAfrica
Africa many years ao He was VIlS born la laCapo InOllpO IaCape
Capo Colony Colon but w was < w taken by his parents parentswhen Vllrentawhen Faroutswhoa
when seven years old to tho Orange Frou FrouState Froultnte FreeState
State where he h was wastnughtfrorn tnught from early child childhood chillihood cbiltthood ¬
hood to shoot straight nnd bate the British BritishHe DrltlshJIe BritIshlie
He is described na having been utterly fear fearless t8arluss fearless ¬
less Of schooling he had but Jlttlo nnd ho honever bonever honever
never saw sliwa n newspaper nelt pnpcr until ho was nine nineteen ninoteen nineteen ¬
teen yours old In splto of this his ambi ambition nmbltlon ainbition ¬
tion prompted him to rend r ad the few books hn hncould hitoould hi hiCould
could obtain and nn1110 ho suoceedsd In obtaining obtainingu
u fair knowledge of history hlstor ned languages languagesIn IlngullaeIn
In consequence of tbo Requisition ot Natal Natalby NIlalby Nattiby
by tho British his family fnmll moved from Natal Nataland HlltalILnd Natatmind
and settled in tho Traimvunl Soon go0 after afterwards IIrtlrwurt11 afterwardsiohecauto ¬
wards wardsiohecauto hVbecavo obec 1I11 u I burgher ot tho South SouthAfrican BouthAfrlennllojlobll floutiAfrican
African Afrlennllojlobll Bopubllo and n daring fighter It Itwas IIWIU Itwas
was claimed in hb bl behalf that he h could lead leadbody IClldn
n I body bodyofmstfllOrO of nwp mll1II0rl moro successfully against againsthostile againsthostiionntiYee 81ln81h05t1l0
hostile hostiionntiYee natives than any other mail In the tboTransvaal tb tbTrlln8vlll1l theTranarnal
Transvaal Ho came to bo so feared by the thendtlvcfi thenBthC theaBtiveci
ndtlvcfi that tbo knowledge that ho hI uiw wnsthe M Mthe Mthe
the head ot n punltlvo expedition imuallv imuallvresulted imetmallyresulted lillIllIyreeulte
resulted reeulte in their surrender surrenderKHonplncConvloU surrenderE4eling
0 0E
KHonplncConvloU E E4eling ORIII Convl CotvictM lM Shot Down DownGroetmboro UownOrollI DownGreensboro
Greensboro OrollI boro N 0 Special Bpeolallbreo Three men menwho menwho menwio
who weft nerving out their sentences sent uce8 on the thocounty thecounty thecounty
county roads about nine mllffl iiie ll1I s from here heremudu herenldu heromade
made a break for liberty The guard fired firedand OrlllIInd firedand
and two of the convicts COli viets being In line the thebullet thobullet tttebullet
bullet passed entirely through one of them themkilling themklllln themkilling
killing klllln him 1dm Instantly nnd woundlg tho thoother thoother theother
other mortally mortnll The third a white man mannamed maunamed ma manamed
named Eppos EjJl 8 escaped escapedTho tJscnpudTho escapedTue
Tho Lord Mayor of Sheffield England Englandhas EnglandhM Englandhas
has commissioned Onilov Ford to execute exooutomllrbl n nrrmrlilrt amarlls
rrmrlilrt bust of Quwn au a Victoria fottbonovr fottbonovrTown tot the now nowLowu 1 1TOlvn
Town naiL
Jrowlle JramI JlelUed > leiHoSUorltr to ShorUJ ItcsUt neslltanoo neeVlt1i neeVlt1in With WithII VUh VUhII
II tnstlnde of Itulletn IInlletlIth Mlia MIlvntne MIlvntneUrgiHl 3JUtntnrgett MahlvaineUrgeti
UrgiHl rgett the M Mob b OnWith n Revolver In Inliar InlIer inher
liar Ilnnil Site Victim of tho Assailant AntullnntA ASlallantIItood AssailantStood
A Stood food by and Witnessed who ho Tragedy TrascrtyCalnlr TrqOttrD Tragedyl3ginir
Calnlr D lnfr Md fSpsclol SpeelalLewle Lewis Harris tho thosolorcd theiOiorpd
solorcd man who It Is alleged brutally as asinulted asInulted asInuitetl
inulted Miss Aunle Mellvalno at her home homeleiir bomelenr homelenr
lenr this place win lynched here shortly shortlyif shortlyliter
if liter tel 11 oclock Ho was wAs6trllng strung up upto to p JlPop JlPopar pop popar
ar tree and made short work ork of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The jail was attacked nttnokeds6Vural several shots were wereIred werered wereIced
Iced red and one man was wounded In the theihoulder theIhoulder theshoulder
ihoulder It Is said that the lynching pnrty pnrtyvns partyTHe
THe 18 made up ot men from Clmrohvllle and andAberdeen audAberdeon andberdeon
Aberdeen bnth places placcawithin within riding rldln distance distancef
It f Bilalr The night was dark nnd rnlny rnlnyAfter rnlnyAlter rainyAfter
After breaking Into tho jail the miserable miserableJcgro ml8erable10Jrro miserablelegro
Jcgro was gt dragged down the main street to tolie toh6 teime
lie residence of Dr Wll Wllinm lam 6 Archer Archernrherd Archerwbere Archerwhere
where ho was W 8 hanged and swung luto eter eterilty tterJlty eterilty
ilty Before being pulled up Lewis matte n npartial IIrtlal apartial
partial rtlal confession saying ho was drunk drunkivhvn drunkwhen drunkhen
when hen he committed the crime crimeTho crlmoTh81ynohlug crimeThe
The Th81ynohlug lynching putty IcU Immediately after nftorho nltorho afterlie
ho banging and at Ilta IS oclock the town was wasjulet wnsluM waso
julet juletA luMA o Ic 1 1A
A sensational feature ol the lynching was washo waslo
ho prmonco preaen of Miss Mullvalne Sho Sh was wnswith waswllh waslth
with lth the patty revolver In hand urging urginghem urgloghem urginghern
hem on onIt onIt onIt
It was nearly 11 oclock when tho mob as aslembled nsrembltd aslembled
lembled about tho Courthouse Directly Directlypposlte DirectlyIpposlte Directlypposlte
pposlte is the Sheriff residence r ddunco and In tho thorear thorenr therear
rear of this Is tho Uarford County Jail Jailichere JailIrllero Jailshee
ichere tho prisoner was Incarcerated At Atha Atho Atio
ha time there was but ono deputy with withJijiwrlff wltbJilXlff witheriff
Jijiwrlff eriff Klnohnrt KlnohnrtThe Klnohnrtlbe KinohartThe
The iHttera wife who was In tho house housewas housewns housewas
was the first to notice the unusual orowd orowdShe orowdSite
She lolled the attention of her husband nnd nndita nnd111I andhis
his iwslttnnts to tho throng In front of the IhoCourthouse thoDourtbouso theCourthouse
Courthouse nnd hinted of tho peril that thatneed thatrnCfd thatfaced
need their prisoner prisonerThere prlJOner1bere prisonerThere
There was soon so > on it 1 t knock on tho door and Rndmans andt
1 mans voice nuked a kld parmUslon to enter enterII enwII onri119
II i119 merely said that be wanted to come In Inwith Inwith inwith
with his friends friendsI frleDIIOI
OI I guess I know your errand said saidSheriff said3herlff nld
Sheriff Blnehart rind that man cant leave leavethis leavethis
this jail tonight If you undertake to take takchim takehim
him you do so at the risk of your lives livesTbo IIv IIvTho livesThe
The only response r ponso was a 1 shot followed by byanother byanother byanother
another nnd another Tho Thtehullots bullets penetrated penetratedJBO
JBO Iho be panels of tbo bolted door and cracked crackedtrough crackedtroulh crackedtrough
trough the glass lights on either side of the thebarricade thebarricade
barricade barricadeSheriff barricadeahfrllt barricadeSheriff
Sheriff Bmehart reached for his revolver revolverand revolver110d revolverand
and returned tho shots bots firing also through throughthe throucbtbo throughthe
the door doorBobert doornQber doorD
Bobert D bert L Dull a tailor ot Balalr D lalr was shot shotIn shotin hot hotIn
In the shoulder Ho Is believed to bo ser seriously stirIOlsl7 seriouaiy ¬
iously wounded When the shot was fired firedthe firodthu firedthu
thu man was but 10 feet from the door doorAnother doorAnother doorAnother
Another bullet found Its way Into the theband thohllDd theband
band of an unknown young man from fromAberdeen tromAooruon fromber4uen
Aberdeen AberdeenTho Aooruon ber4uenThe
The sound of the shooting was tho signal signalfor slnlllfor signalfor
for the mob which consisted of 200 persons personsto
to close In Inllbout about the Jail It quickly organ organized orgllnIzed organtrod ¬
ized and began to pound the door leading leadingfrom 10al1lnltrom leadiugfrom
from the house to the jail There Tlaer Is u ball ballbetween ballL6twecn hailbetween
between the Sheriffs houso nod the jail jailTho JailTho jailThu
Tho panels of this were quickly smashed smashednnd snlash smashedand d dnnd
nnd as a the look was forced from Its place placethe pinCIthe placethe
the crowd rushed In Then there WAS a aflank aOank aflank
flank movement as 8 the Sheriff and Mr Ir Kino Kinobnrt mn mnhnrt Minehart
hart rushed back to the houso and began to toargup toorgup toargup
argup with tho mob mobWilliam IIIObWllllilm mobWilliam
William L Cooley n criminal crlmlnallnwyor lawyer was waswith WRSwith waswith
with the Sheriff and ho addressed the peo people peoplo ¬
plo He 11 argued with them In the name ot othummilty orImmnnlty ofhumanity
humanity and of the Stnte and her people to towait toWllit towait
wait for tho law to take takoita Its course haying Hnvlngno JI Tlng Tlngno
no effect on the vengeancebent vengeancebcnt mob he hewarned ht htwll1nud hewarned
warned them that the Sheriff had armed the theprisoner thoprlsonor theprisoner
prisoner und that he would shoot down tho thofirst thoflr thofirst
first flr t to enter enterI
I know you nil be said and you will willnil willnil willall
nil bo arrested and all prosecuted prosecutedMr
Mr Cooley Is A 1 criminal lawyer here and andhts n nhis as ashis
his was tho only disposition shown to aid aidtho aidtho aidthe
tho prisoner prisonerFrom prl80nllrFrom prisonerFrom
From the hallway the mob broko into the thejfill theJIII thejail
jfill It was but the work ol a moment to toprlxe toprl216 topriso
prlxe off tbo staples ot f the Inner door which whichloads whichioitdst9 TblchlOAd
loads lOAd ioitdst9 tp the upper Upp l part of tho jail In hero herotiiey herotle1 herethey
they quickly forced their way to tho cell ol olIbe ofbourouchlug cithe
the bourouchlug crouching criminal criminalJiVKllIIUllNINU crlmlnllil criminalLYItIIhiU1INflO
JsubclU Ib lla Kniia Died From rom the Effect of of1nlian of1ison
1nlian From l ro l Uplalvi UplalviTrenton OIlnl OIlnlTrciltonN OiiettiTrenton
Trenton TrciltonN N J Special SpeclllIsabell Isabella Kane Kanethe Klnotb Kanethe
the tb 12yearold girl who gained much notor notoriety notorlety motorloty ¬
iety Iwcnuiiu becimusushu she had fe fOtjt cot t that wero con constantly conJltllutlytJurnlug eonMaumtly ¬
stantly JltllutlytJurnlug burning died at a hotel In this city citytihowas dlyiha citySins
tihowas Sins was TIUI under treatment by experts lxr19 who whowere whowere whowere
were having good results but the cause of otbur ofhur ofher
bur death wits convulsions caused by the thepoison theIloison thoPoison
poison from opiates which she was forced forcedto forcedto forcedto
to take to allay the pain painThe painTile painThu
The girl for the past two years wnsj wnsjtroubled WM WMtroubled wastroubled
troubled with a burning sensation of the thefeot thufeut theteat
teat and was 18 forced to remain in a sitting sittingposition 8lttln 8lttlnlOllltion sittingpoiition
position for months with her feet In a votwel votwelof TOttIIIot vesselof
of hot watnr watnrShortly watrBhortly watsrShortly
Shortly boforo bofore4 4 oclock oho was taken takenwith tnkenwith takenwIth
with a convulsion which like Ilkoothers others aho had hadexperienced hndexporlencld hiatiexperienced
experienced was as brought on as a result o otue 0b6 othe
the b6 poisoning of her system with laudanum laudanumand Illudnnumnnd taudanumand
and opium given her during the two years yearsof Yltalllof yearsof
of her suffering to relieve her pain When Whentho Whentho Whenthe
tho girl was brought out of the convulsion convulsionMho convul convulsionshe lon lonIIho
Mho fell fellillto into a 1 light doze had d quietly passed passednwny passedn
5 away n WII WIIr
r U L
The South which during the past three or otfour ortour orfour
four years has bold such n notable position positionIn
In the history ot the Iron world Is showing showingno
no tendency to lose any of Its prestige presti go The Therather Thorather Therather
rather it Is assuming oven greater Import Importnnoo Importnoeo importsince
since In calculations nbput the demands and andthe IIndtbe andthe
the means to meet them In the future This Thisfact Thisfnet Thisfact
fact is constantly being brought homo to tostudents tostudents tostudents
students of the situation In this t111 country and andabroad IIndnbrond andabroad
abroad It Is recognized and noted with withemphasis withomphasls withemphasis
emphasis In this weeks Issue of the Manu Manufacturers 1 Mannfimettirers > lanutnehtrers ¬
facturers Record by Mr Stephen Jeans of ofLondon ofLondon ofLondon
London one of the worldauthorities on tho thesubject j jsubject
subject and for many years Secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the British Iron nnd Steel Institute Ho re reviews reviews reviews ¬
views In Inlln nn elaborate article tho outlook of ofpossible 01posslblo olpossIble
possible supplies of material In European Europeannod Europellnnnd Europeanand
nod American fields discusses the relative relativeImportance roilltlv9IlOporhlnce relativeimportance
Importance of Bessemer and basic ores and andIn AudIn andin
In conclusion lonclu lon says caysTo layslTo saysTo
To those who possess possl9slronoro Ironore properties propertiesor propertllor
or whose manufacturing nnd general geDerlllndus geDerlllndustrialintorH5ts Indus Industrial industrlitl ¬
trial trialintorH5ts Interests are bound up up In tile Southern SouthernStatep Southern8111es BouthornStates
States it should < l bo a matter of satisfaction satisfactionto
to know that the future Is likely to have In Instore Instore instore
store n vast Increase nt dimnad d mnlll for the ores oresof oresof
of which Alabama Virginia Kentucky nnd nndTennessee nndfenn05soo andTennessee
Tennessee possess PO t8S such nob groat stores storesthosa storesthosaespecllllly storesthoseespecially thoso thosoespecially
especially suited for tho basicsteel baslcsteellndustry baslcsteellndustryIt Industry IndustryIt
It Is probable that in respect of such sup supplies sup1lIos supPlies ¬
plies thi th South does not possess 110 s ss any special specialadvantage spoclandmntago speciaadvantage
advantage over tho Mosabn Me llb range but tho thoSouth thoBoutll theSouth
South does possess the unquestionable ad advantage advllntRgo advantage ¬
vantage of having the ores nnd the fuel In InJuxtaposition InJUxtlipollltiOll injuxtaposition
Juxtaposition while whll the Mesaba ores are nrenearly nrl nrlnenrJy arenearly
nearly a thousand tbou nnd miles from fro III tho most con convenient conveelent convouleut ¬
venient coil field eldIlUllnrl and are moreover much muchfarther muchfllrther muchfarther
farther from tidewater than tho chief do doposits 110posIts doposits
posits of the South If this means any anything any anythlDg anything
thing It surely points to the fact that the theSouth tile80utl1 theSouth
South could hardly go wroug In throwing throwingspirit throwingJlplrlt throwingspirit
spirit and enterprise Into intothodeveiopmont tho development dev lopmlnt ot otIts orIts ofIts
Its bnslc IJnslcstcel > stcel industry ladustr which In all coon countries eOUDtries coontries ¬
tries alike is so likely to become thotctl thotctlbusiness the fited fitedlJuslness tetI tetIbusiness
business par excellence of the future futureIt futurtIt futureIt
It may reasonably bo expected oXI > ectel1 that be before hcforp betorp ¬
fore forp I clotjfl elOf cio this article lI tlelo I should shou1llattompt attempt to tooffer tt ttoatlr tooffer
offer some suggestions ns to tbo probable probablefuture probnbletuture probablefuture
future of demand and prices This how howovorls howovorls bowovoris
ovorls n risky undertaiclugnnd I do not claim claimto clllmto claimto
to bo any wiser than my friends and neigh neighbors neighbor neighboss ¬
boss bor although my business for a quarter quarterof
of a century has been to watch and andrecord Iln Ilnrecord andrecord
record the movements of tho trade In differ different dllreront differcat ¬
ont countries Bather more than two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months of the year 1900 have already passed passedInto passedhistory passedinto
Into history During Durin thoso two months so sotarns sofRr sotar
tarns tar ns tho figures are at command the out output output output ¬
put of pig iron has been considerably larger largerthan largerthll largerthan
than thll that of the tiiecorrespontilrigporiod corresponding period of last lastyenr Illstyenr lastyear
yenr In the United States tha rnto of pig pigIron pigIron pigiron
Iron output has bean nearly Ilearl 1600000 tons a ayenr nyenr ayear
yenr In excess of 1899 In Groat Britain the theIncrease theIncrenso theIncrease
Increase of output has been nttho Ilt the rate of offully ottlllly ofSully
fully 250000 25 000 tons over 1899 18911nnd nnd In Germany Gormauyand GormallYAnd Germanyand
and Belgium the advance bas been quite quiteeqial quiteeqWllI quiteequal
equal to that ol the IIrst two months of 1899 1899No 1899No ISENo
No ono anticipates that the total mako ol olpig 01pig ofpig
pig Iron In 1900 will be under that of the theprevious thopr1TlowtMo theprevious
previous pr1TlowtMo yoAf yea Vo l1Jlff Vosybefore y fe ws > u iH > M at atbeforo
before the end of tho current eurrentycar year tnero Will winbo Willbo willho
bo any material slump In prices On the theother thoI theother
other hand there Is no general expectation expnctatlonthat expectlltlonthnt
that tho prevailing boom will be continued continuedat
I at Its present level much beyond the current currentyenr currentyenr currentyear
yenr It must be overlooked that it has al already aiI alrealy ¬
ready lasted longer and has assumed greater greaterdimensions grelltordimensions greaterdimensions
I dimensions than any previous period ot otprosperity orprosperity ofprosperity
prosperity In Europe It began In the year year18U8 yearlSPh
18U8 so that before the end of 1000 It will willhavo willhave 11111hnvu
have had a lire of nbout five years which U Uabout bnbout isabout
about twice the duration ot the previous previousbooms previousboom8 previousbooms
booms of 187274 187981 nnd 189990 It Is Isno Isno Isno
no doubt truo that every boom has Its own ownepuclal ownspocllli ownspecial
epuclal genesis nnd Is to a largo extent n nlaw 1 1I abuy
law unto Itself That law lawln In the present presentcase presontons9 presentcase
I case may be summed up Ullln In three words wordsarmaments wordsnrmnmen19 wordsI
I armaments electricity and sanitation sanitationTheso slnltatloni aanItationThese
i These shibboleths are still prominently to totbo toI tothe
the front and appear likely to remain so soThe soTbe soThe
I The number of minor mlnordemllldsls demands Is legion And nudthey Andthey andthey
they lire all pressing their claims olalmsso so that thattboro tbatI thatthere
I there Is really good causo causoto to suppose supposetbat that we wehave weI wehave
have reached A permanently higher stand etaudnrd stllndIIrd standaid
I aid of iron Iro and IInl1stpol steel demands and of higher higherprices hillberprices higherprices
prices In Europo at any rate It Is not an anticipated antlelputed anticipated ¬
ticipated that Iron ores oro coal and coko will willagain willnllnln willngnin
again be so low In price as they have been beenIf beenIf
I If the United States can continue to supply supplythose 8upplythole supplythose
those commodities In the futuro ns cheaply cheaplyAS chtaplythoy
AS they were supplied up to about a year yeargo yearagowoll unr unrIJloWeU
IJloWeU go well so much the better for the United UnitedStates Unltudalates UnitedStates
States StatesCawed
Cawed With Jlh Kulvcs anil ntt Then Set on on1lre onIlre onSure
Sure 1lrellalelgli IlreItalelgb SureBaleigh
llalelgli N 0 Special Hloclall SpeeialIlitoltigcace SpeeialIlitoltigcacebaa lutolllgonce lutolllgoncebaa tolllgence tolllgencehilI
baa Jut reached hUll of n most lionlbU lionlbUorlinu IlurrlblterlLnu itorsiblacrime
crime committed comlnltt d In the bordering borderln county 01 otChsterfUild 01Cbolllerfiljd 01Chtcrfitd
ChsterfUild H C COasale CJ1I89ll1lluOD CJiiie
Oasale J1I89ll1lluOD Boon a young woman wns enticed enticedfrom entlcetfront enticedfront
front her horns by ly four nmu antI currUU tc tcthu tttho tcthe
the woods nearby lIt8rl1 whore they luuaullud lies heiwith helI lieswith
I with knives Ionlt and ud ulmiwt unrvud bur flttsti flttstitrom bsllIrom Ilestiirota
trom her bone Alter having bitvliigsittistled satisfied ttitm ttitmhelves tllrmultIII ttimselves
selves ultIII with this ireiitnitmt the four brulei bruleiButuratod bruLOflItuml1 brutetsaturated
saturated tier vlotiilug dutln with oil ollnud nud sot It on onlire 011lire onlire
lire II II r screams Itereullltillrought brought AMI 1UlnIiIlClil tiiiiM Toe TutUames Tnellluea Toeflames
flames llluea were w re rxtlugutahod nail lIIulllho she was ear earrled varrIetl lIr lIrrled
rled to her humc hum where DUO lingered itfaw itfawUourn II few ftJwIJourd fewLiners
Liners middled middledUlsmleged 11I11t1l antI died diedt tI tI1t
Ulsmleged 1t t Is nllgell that this thllyol1nl young woman luul luulmarried lllul1II11111td hintmiairrletl
married a man by the name of Btoou bul buts bulstill
s still till retained her maiden name It Is Bali Balithat sllllhllt sihJthat
that bur husband bu lIald Instigated the deed and iinjled lint lintI andled
led I d the assault ns lIult upon the woman Ono 011001 ot tht thtother tluolhpr th thoilier
other three tbrelllt ta II brother ot otlluen Steen and the thtother th thother theotIui
other two are 1111 sons of Flddlur Steve Jack Jaakson Jacksun
son Fueling In the county run rur high hlc
Tim dispute dl pute resulting reeultlngfrorn from the complaint complaintMadbytho oomplllllltDIldr complaintmads
Madbytho DIldr by the Sultan of Morocco of French Frenchencroachment Frenohencroachmont Ftenchsncroachmont
encroachment Is becoming becomlngqult quite serious slrlouIIDd and andwo andwo
wo Frenoh warships have been sent sentA sentA sentA
A Paris newspaper publishes a despatch despatchpurporting despatchpurporting despatchpurporting
purporting to havo been receive by Agon Agonslllo AgonJ1Io Agonlillo
slllo J1Io announcing that the Filipinos PiIipiu ° bd bdrouted hadrouted badrouted
routed the Americans near Cubat CubatArthur OubatArthur CubatArthur
Arthur OConnors motion In the House ol olCommons 01Commons otCommons
Commons that tho government tnko stops stopslo stopato stopsto
to remedy tho ovortaxatlon of Ireland wu wurejected w wrejected wasrejected
rejected rejectedThe rejectedI rejectedThe
I The constituents constltu nts of Dr DI Galvln B Clark Clarkaember Clarknember Clknember
nember of Parliament for Caithness de demanded dennnded denianded ¬
manded his resignation resignationA
A German cruiser was launched at Kiel Kieland Kioland Kieland
and given the name Prlus Holnrlch HolnrlchAt
At a lunoheon given In Berlin to tho for foreign toralgn forsign ¬
sign diplomats Emporor William discussed discussedtho dlscaseedIho discusselthe
the opendoor open oor policy with Ambassador AmbassadorWhite AmbllSsadorWhite AmbassadorWhite
White WhiteA WhiteA WhiteA
A Berlin report of a 1 proposed proposel1olnt joint naval navallemonstratlon navlIlJemonstrlltloa navallemonstratioa
lemonstratlon in Chinese waters was denlod denlodIn denlodIn
In London LondonTho IondonTbo LondonThe
The price of coal Is rising on the conti continent oontlnent contineat ¬
nent and factories tllctorll9ln In some places are being beingslosed bOiflifclosed Ing Ing010s8d
closed slosedA 010s8dA closedA
A druggist drugglsttried tried to murderajudge murder aJudge ajudgoinParla ajudgoinParlaby in Paris Parisby 1llrlsby
by shooting at him In court courtCombines courtOomblnes courtCombines
Combines are the order of the day In Ger Gernany Gernany Clerliany
nany Only four per cent ot tho sugar sugarmanufacturers sugarmnnufacturers sugarmanufacturers
manufacturers nre lacking Inckln to complete the tholyndlcato theIyndlcato theyndieato
lyndlcato The Gorman zlno rolling mills millshave millshave millshave
have combined combinedThe oomblnedThe combinedThe
The seal catch this season as estimated by byjtearaors byreamers byiteamors
reamers arriving at St Johns N F will willroach willrellch willroach
roach 850000 against Ilg lnst 217000 last year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Dowager Empress I mprcls of Chin China Is shower showerIng showerIng showering
Ing decorations upon anti raising to distinc distinction dlstlnotlon distinction ¬
tion prominent members of the antiforeign antiforeignpowers antlforelgapowers antiforeigapowers
powers powersChancellor powersOhancolor powersChancellor
Chancellor Sir Michael HlokiBeach an announced annouoced announced
nounced that thlt 39800 applications for tho Wilt wnrloan Wiltlonn warloan
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The 200th anniversary nnntversar of tho Berlin Aced Academy Acndamy Acedclay ¬
amy of Sciences was VllSoelcbrated celebrated The Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror made a speech speechChevalier sp spoechChevalier eeb eebOhovllller
Chevalier do Souza Correl Brazilian min minister minIster mm mmlater ¬
ister at the Court of St James was W 8 found founddead fount fountdead foumidead
dead In bed In London LondonIn LondonIn LondonIn
In the suit nt London of Daly TS 9 Ed Edwardes Edwardes Edwardes
wardes for tho possession of Dalys The Theater Theater Theater ¬
ater Justice Kekowloh decided for the thoplaintiff th thplalnUtr theplaintiff
plaintiff plaintiffIn
In the German Belohstag the thePrulsllln thePrulslllngoVornmlnt thelruaslaflgovernment Prussian Prussiangovernment
government wan taken to task for the anti antlquatcd antiqunted antiquitted
quitted system of carcoupling car coupling employed employedSir
Sir Edmund Douglas Dougl 8 Veltch Pane English Englishenvoy Englishenoy Englishenvoy
envoy at Copenhagen Is dead aged sixty sixtyI sixtytwo sixtytwo
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Publication of Articles Inimical to the IhoMilitary tho1I1Jlltary theMilitary
Military Government at Manila ManilaManila lIIRnllaMllnlla ManilaManila
Manila By CabloLa Patria and El ElLiberal XILllJerlll ElLiberal
Liberal Spanish organs ot the extreme Fili Filipino Filipino Pillpino ¬
pino party have recently been publishing publishingArticles publishingarticles publishingarticles
Articles Inimical to the military government governmentGeneral IoveromentGenernl governmentGeneral
General Otis has suppressed suppressedtllo the former formerjournal former formerjournal ormer ormerJournnl
journal for sedition nnd Imprisoned the theeditor theeditor theeditor
editor nt It the same time tlm Issuing A 1 warning warningto
to tho members of the extreme party that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they should observo grenter moderation moderationSonor moderatlooSuoor moderationSenor
Senor Paterno at one time president ot otthe 01tho ofthe
the socalled Filipino cabinet having re recelved r rcelVld recelved
celved permission from the authorities to tocome tocomo toCome
come to Manila Id expected to present him himself himself himeelf ¬
self this week at Han Fernando province ol olUnion 01Union ofUnion
Union UnionTbo UnionTho UnionThe
The rebels In n General Youngs Younl district are arebecoming arebecomIng arebecoming
becoming aggressive Thu American bat battallon buttallon battalion
tallon garrisoning the town of Namagapa Namagapaoan
Can was 1lS attacked on four consecutlyo nights nightsrecently nlgbtsrecently nightsrecently
recently Belntorcemeuts are cow arriving arrivingthere nrrlln8thorp arrlvln arrlvlnthere
there thereGeneral thorpGenerlll thereGeneralYoung
General GeneralYoung Youn Young proposes to pursue tb tbrebels the therobels therebels
rebels aggressively before the rainy season Beatonsots BCuwnsots seasonsets
sots In
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son on Thai for Twenty Venn VennSt YoarlI YeariSt
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I steamer Leopard which took shelter al nlWesleyvllle alI alWesleyvilit
I Wesleyvllle In cousuquonce ot the storm U Uduo l lduo Isduo
duo here heruTuesdllY Tuesday morning mornn nod other oth 1r stea steamers steamers ¬
I mers are expected to arrive during the day daytourmimlor dllYJud dayJudiug
Jud Judiug lug from reports th thus liS fur received the thetOlnl thetotal
tourmimlor total number of seals taken by tb tbnbout the l1d fleet < t r rAbout ii iiabout
About 290000 and the prospect Is that iti itifour 11tour ti tifour
four weeks of th the fishing O hlllg season have y yu yd t tc tcrun tcrun tcrun
run this totrtl will bo bt Increased by some 110101sixty somesixty omi omisixty
sixty thousand thousandAs thousaudA9 thousandAs
As the entire catch last year was onlj onl onl247OO
217000 this years figures promise tobo the thebest thet thebeet
best t within twenty years yearsI yearsKO years2o
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Jrankfort Ky Special SfltcllllXnlt Th Bcpubll Bcpubllcan l1rubl1can ilepublican
can adjutant general JenorllOolllorldeId Oolltortdenled that thatmines thlllmints thatnaimes
mines lire belug b lu laid around the > arsenal nr enulao enulaocnpltol and andcapltol codcapitol
capitol rounds and In nn explanatory coin coinmunlcatlon cOliInUnlll1lloD eoununication <
munlcatlon to the Deinocrntlu assistant nl nlJiHant n nJnlant aljutant
JiHant general RenpralUUrrllOeneral Murrny General CollUi CollUiBiild ColIIlthut Coilicaeail
Biild that some Indiscreet Inll1 ureet soon at the nrseun nrseunhud nntlllhilt crests crestsltl
hud hilt dug du trundles antI made n pretense oi oilaying 01milles ollayIng
laying mines to create n sensation but tli tliwork tbwork tlit tlitwork
work was WI1 entirely without the sanction 01 01kunwlfilgu 01klllwItIe osknwilgu
kunwlfilgu of Uuornl Collier and the men menengaged mellengnged maeengaged
engaged have been be un sharply reprimanded reprimandedMurdered NJrlmandellillttrllerolt rbrimandeiMisrilereti
Murdered III Ills Wife WifeOil Wit WitOIl
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oilwell driller shot nud killnThfs kIJl > d hll wl wlI wife wifeI villiI
I Eldir wns Intoxicated nt tbs lime and tin tinsnooting tilloccurred theshooting
shooting occurred after a terrible Btrugslc BtrugslcIn ItrulrltllIn
In which hlcb the woman loujht lou ht to save her JIlt JtfaThu JIltlb JUtsTim
Tim lb murderer escaped

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