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NEWYORK WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28. 1899.H3IXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THBEE CENTS.
CANADA NOT 8ATISFIED.
ALABKaXS BOT'NDARY neootiations
SEEM LIKELY TO EAIL.
THE DOMUflOM MAKES A rorXTF.R PRO
FOfAL WHICH IS rSAOOEPTABLE TO
THE AMERICAN S1I>F.
TVn.hlnaton. June 27?The neuotlatlona for a
- vivertdl reaiulatlng the Alaskar. botindary
have failen Into a state that Jeopardizes a BUC
CBflBfaJ outcome ard causes appr> henslor. among
ofTicla's Nothlng has been heard from Ambas
sadnr Choate ae to the result. of the eonfaraaea
he had to-day with Lord ?altabury on thia sub
" but tht- last phaae of the case waa that
th* C&nadians had made a r-ounter-proposal m
p ace of acceptlng the deflnitive Amencan
; - posltlon. which had been carefully drawn
?h the eole parpOBB of preventing any future
entroversy over the polnts already agreed upon
t^tween Mr. Choate and Lord Saltsbury
Instead of followlng the lines of the Amerlcan
propr..al and conflning the pounter-proposal to
a plaln statement of the polnts already roughly
indicated aa marklng the h .undary, thls last
issue proposed a radlcal chance ln the llne on
the Dalton Trall. and was of a character wbolly
? .-reptable to the Ameri~an side. taYolYlng
ot lt dld the tranafer Into Canadlan Jttrladlctlon
fortune. and claims of many Amerlcan
I'r,leaa there 1. a decided abatement on one
tid? or the other of the d^manda. the deslred
mcK-ia vlvendi ar_ bt* as unhkeiy of attalnment
BB waa a permanent agreement on the bound
.ry question, and the chance. for the reassem
| f the Joint Hlgh Commls.ion wlll fade
A cnyFERENCE HELD IN LONDON.
AMBAMADOl CHOATB AND I/?RD 8ALIS
Kt'RY DISOCSS CANADA'S OPJE'^TION
London, June 27?The Unlted States Ambas
sador. Jcse^h H Choate. had a conference at
the Forelgn Offlce thls mornlng w!th th? Mar?
qula of Saltsbury ln regard to the objectlon
ralaed by C?r.ada BB Frldav to the suggested
modus vlvendi m connetrtloai with the Alaakan
THE PEACE rOXFEREXrE.
JTIOW OF A PERMANENT ARBITRATinN
I.OARP TO re DI8CUM-ED MOKDAT
The Haarue. June 27 ?For the next few .hv?
the membere of the Special Draftlnaj Cnmmit
_-<-. who are prepanne a raci rd of 'be work al
r lccomplished. wtll he the only Pf-a^e Con
? ?rates occupied.
The question of a perman.T.t arbltratlon board
ar.d .'.ermany's relation tharato, tht- Oerman
de'egat-s. lt is said. havir.g recdved Inatm tlona
the prii ple of a permanent tribunal
,? outllned in the AnKlo-Am-ri
can plans. will be discuss?d Monday.
BrSSIAN PROPOSALS FNACCEPTARI-E
I n. June 2* ?The co?-espondent nf "The
Time*' at The Hacue says
"As the result of a protracted lnfurmal dis
BBBBloa of the comm!ttee*s report to-day, the
Rti?iUn mllitary di.armament proposals were
declwed unacceptab!" "
UXXECE88AEX ALARB IX LONDON.
"THE BT TA_t_B'. aSAIETTE" f"V.-~.r?? OT. A
PHAN'TOM rt.EKT OF n.tNSA
L?ndoti. June 27?"The pt Jamea*. rinr.".;'
w.-iich has been remarkable for 1r? |lQgOia_ ob the
? nf the Transvaal. .a;>e the c'lm&x I
? -i??st!y appea'inp to the BritlBh Admlral'\ to
mmedlate steps to counteract the p
tha rapraaa?tattvaa of the Clan-na-Gael from the
- .?-.. who are now at Pretorl. with the
vlew of obtalnlng authorlty to start ? fl- ???
teera under the Tranavaal na? ?i'h tha ol
:.g Cape lmers *'
ll ls ro be hoped that the Brltlsh Admlralty wl'l
? BnnaoaaaaiilT aiarme. The Clan-na _ael ia
. great and powerful oraranitatlrn. anl It ha. foi
yeara accepted cntribu'ions frum ??
glrls ln thi. country and h.s held anntia! ,
. ,me. aa a means of soot.h-.r.g and a:
!t took their money. ar.d the champions
Of FInn McCool were nothlng to what Ita membera
oe if they got a chance. but this is not thelr
ao-iy more than anyttdm ? -
e BritlBh Admlralty rest a^sured that the
r the Cla_i-na-Gael does not at this moroent
atjUBl the Ru.sian navy. to sav r.othlnas of th- Brlt
It the eommodttlea f< r a.-. h Ita rr. not has
could a: thla momenl ba repr
loubtli e whlal
? but there w>uld not be any fleet to float.
lt ls a pi'.y that this paragraph ra tne
.ave lt a nlKht's resi. but I
?? Aaaooi -d anT
..- have been cal^d back into
a?aln. The Clan-n,
kely to get anj i them than Jjon.-.-s
... -,,., I, on his taa-.
and he faela friendly * wartl En?_nd, and
ls- nothlng to f
BRITI8B SAII' TO HAVE DtTACK ISLAND.
London. June 27 - "It ls persistently ramarad
BBya a d'spafh from Johannesburg to
iard "" "that Oreat Brltaln has ac
poBBflBBirm of Inyack Island. in the mouth
of Dc-lagoa Bay." _
BRITISH FLEET OBDKBED TO M??RII-IZE.
^hatham. England. June 27-An order has
r>een rece.ved at the dockyard here for the fleet
Julj 11 It I? b'-Meved thls is a step
axatOO to the annua! navy rr. u
" ? battle shipa and thlrty-two cruisrrs
arlll tak^ part ln the opt-rations.
THE KAISER PBIEDBICB BEJECTED.
TKE r,RF?T NORTH OP.RMAN LKOTTJ BTXA-KP
TO HE RETT-RNED TO HER _TUI_M__
Berlln. June 27? The sieamship Kalaer Fri-d
tvh whkh was bullt foi the Nortb Uannao
? Company, ??? having fulfllled thr- condl
? -. -ract, h_a bt-t-n rajectad by lha
company. and she will be raturaai ?0 har build
era on her arrival to-morrow at Bremm from
Netr-V^rk. tfgg whi'h port she sailed on
J'jne 20. _
The K-i'.er Frledrlch wae bullt ln BbUng 0#r
?nhlrliBii the torpBdo-haal baalldar, and
?as l.unched BbOUl a year | 8t mn hinery
waa construefe-i ,,n torpedo-boat lines. anl ?
a tenoe. .n expe.-iment as applled to ves.els of
-.. trgO. She arai gjaranteed to make half a kmt
_-. hour more than the Kalser Wllheim der Orosse.
. - m at,eed of the latter la twenty-two knote an
_o_i\ bul lt la stated the Kaiaer Frledrl.. 1. __
I . -veragid uirr :went> _kO? lha I- IM fa ? f
gtfe 8-ar BB, of *A fe.t beam. 41 r?ei
a- I b-r dlaplacement la VA*M ton.- Her two aeta
Irupl. exi.at.aljn englraea have 36.008 horae
Bowar The englne. are not ln tha after part of
..a*! aa la uaual. but are aet amldantpa. and
ti one aet of bollera abaft of the enaflnea.
are nlne englne. in all each havlng fl'.e
-. Ttii. arrangement waa exj-ected to glve
-ael extra speed. It ha. b*er. anti-l.ated
_M tlme that ahe wouid be returned io the
r. but lt la belleved that .be can be so re
,? to meet the reqnlrement. of the ontract
r whlnh ahe was conatructed
London. June _7.-Re4.lylng to . que.tion ln tbe
Houae nf Commona to-day. th. Beeretary of Btate
for the Colonles Joseph Chamberlain. said he
hoped a blll provid;n? for the fed-rntlori of tne
Auatrallan comm .nwealth wouid be introduced ln
the House Of Comm-.n* early next .eaelon
MelbournB, VJctorla. June 27.-In the Leglalatlv.
Aa?mbl> to-day. the Federal Enabllog act passed
Ha r_-8t readl. g.
DEFIANT FRENCB FI8HERMEN.
BEIZED Y.X NEW FOU NDLAltD offi<IAI.S,
THKT UnCUS THEIR BOAT AND
TT'T TO SEA.
Bt John's, N. F., June 27?The Frenr-h fish
lng vessei Nouvelle ITroaaB. fr?.m the Grand
Bank.. arrlved at Cape Rroyle, on th* .outh-rn
coaat ot N<*wf<.undland. yesterday In quest of
herrlne- halt. She was sei--d by the ru?t"m?
ofnVial. for a vlolatlon of the flshery law.. An
offlcer was placed ln charge of the shlp and
crew. hut the latter attacked him. g.?t the ship
; to sea, threw him into a i.r.at and left th'
The Britlsh BPadaJ s-rvice vess-1 Columblne
wa. ordered to chase and BB-M the Kouvalla
Ecosee, which haa no reglster. that heing in the
1 hands of the oustom. offieials.
Berlona complioations are axpected to resuit
from thi. affalr. The French Admlral is coming
: here to undertake an invesiigatton.
DEROrLFDE RAI8E8 A TVMULT.
fi'Pprehsep ry an overwhei.ming vote
after a bcen-e of disorper.
Pari.. JtUM 27 ?Tn the Chamber of Deputles to.
day It. Paul Derotl*-de, f(.under of th- s'.-called
Lea_rae of Patrlota and m*"il.-r for the Angou
l?*me Divlsion of rharente, introduced a pro
posal for a revlslon of the Cor.stltutlon. wlth
the vi?-w nf subst'tutinK "a popular for a parlla
mentary republlc,*' and demanded urg?*n
The Premler. M *.'a1de<-k-Rous<=enu. opposed
the propi.sitlon ard ask-d that the mottotl be
referred to a ? ommittee
M r^roul*d?- requeeted p-rmlssi"n to speak.
but the preetdent of th- Chamber, M. Deechanel,
refused to allow hlm to do so.
M Lasiea. Antt-8etnlte, nvmber for the Con
dnm DtvlBlOta of Ger-s ar*cus>d the Premler of
hnving recourae to aubterfugea, and a rlolent
tumult ensur-d. BereraJ of the Depotlea trled
lo apeak, but th-ir volcea were drowned. and
the president was compeiled to suspend the aea
.ion. When tt was resum* d ura-ncy was pro
poaed for M D_n***l_de_ m.itlon. and was d?
feated by a vote of 31.7 to 7...
BRE8T CALMLI AWAITS DBEYPTf
Brest, Jun*- 27.?The delay in the arrival here
of the French cruiaer Sfax. which left the wa.ers
of French Gulana June lii with Oaptaln ?
Dreyfllfl on board, lner*as-s the !nt-r-*t in the
landinjr of thf fam'.us prlaoner. Al I
reports and suppositions ar- current Wot tha
moment. attention ls ooncentrated >.n th- put
tlng to sea this afternoon of a lighthouse rellef
steamer. Such vesseis usuaKv start <n the
morning and return ln the evenina. eonaeqaent
!y th- departure of the st--am-r this aft-rnoon
has given rise to the onjecture that sh
gone to meet th- Pfax, and that Dreyfua wlll
be transferred on board of hei
The authorltles contlnue refualng to furnish
the .lightest information regarding Dre\fus to
the army of neu.paper men of all natior i
rif.w gatherf-d bera anxlouely s~eking ne*. of
In the mean whlle the efferv. - eatet
day evening baa -rat-d. and this
evenlng the inhabltants. are calmly promen
- r.iare. list-nlng to the Marlne
THE BFAX PA88E8 TITE AZORE8
Parls. June- 27?A dlspatch from Fayal,
A.r-res Island, says the Pfax pass-I that P'->'nf
wlth'ut stopplng to cr,al
ROTALIST T0UTH8 GET OFF LIGHTLY
Parls. June 27.- Th* Correc-tlonal Tribunal to
day nomlnally flned the me.nbers of the Lea^'.je
of Rf- itha. The Fi.st Offanderi
will protect them even from thls
YEXEZVELAX TRJBUXAL BEETB AGAIX.
SIR RICHARD WEB8TER COl HIS AYSiV
MPNT iv BTPPORT "Y THF. "UUTI9H '
Paris. June L'T.? The Vf-nezuelan Boundary
Commission net to-day. and Sir Richard Web
ster, the Britlsh Attorney-..i.-neraJ. contlnued h:s
argument m supp..rt Of the eaaa of Gr^at
CATBOLIC B0BLE8 Hls AUDIEBCE.
ARCHBI8HOP IREXAND AT * -
ABmtBLV IN LOKDOM
LondOfl June 27 -The Duke of N.-rf.dk T'remler
Duke Heredltary llarahal and Chlef Butle. of
: t..-1'iy n- me,'tn. of
the Cathollc L'nloo Boclety of .;r.;.t Britain. con
vened to hear an addr-s*. hy Archhishop Ireland.
Baron Cllff I idlelgh, Couot of thr
Roman En.pire. and all tbe Cathollc. notdllty ln
mlus-- pe that the
Chur ;i ir, England w..uld become n:
red to the generosi.y "f :nc American ;
when he I
wtd that Am.-rlca Br.1 recelved n
fr,.rr. i race The future, in his
?? ? ? m"rr Intl
frlendshlp two narions tbat
ted In the ]
_fOi . - - .re at hav
heredltary famllle* of Enpiand. who I
- ? . ?
w o ild, h>- be!
.a ho would imltat. , - ,
on this rjueation. ..nd h?-r ntf..m;.ie would tl
tbe mean. of extendlng the .'hur.h of I
. hout the W"rld
, - b betweei
ip Thoma*- O'G rmat of ?ioux F.-i,M? anl
the Biflhop of ' w-re atnong
those w' '.-' ?
BEBI0V8 RWT8 IX BPAIX.
MARTIA- I-A'v DECLARED AT VAI.EXHA ONE
MAN KIIXED AT PAHA .'--A
Snra<rr>**a. Spain. June '-'7 ? Manv re-"ple were In
? ived dancerou. wound. The trooi'S
s 10 rtre or
MartlaJ law ha. been I ei Valencla
flghting has occui re the troop.
. - ?
- have also or-rurr.-d a.
KILLED 13 THF TYE0LE8B AI ls.
TWO BAVARTAV OFr-TTti* MfFT DEATH WHILB
Yienna. Jun- 27 ?Two Pavanan <.ffl.-rs |
B..!)r..*t and B9T0B .".."Un. arere kiil-d yeaterday
whlle attemptlng to as. end th.- Ackariaapltse, in
the- Tyroleaa Alpa.
MRS POLErB DIYOBt F. BVIT
Lrondon. June 27?The Jury ln the eult for di
?.-Kur on Jun- *A by Mr? Pole a_rail -
hubband. Chandos Pole narrnn** tha Wlfr of the
Hon Rupert Cecll Craven. ? t tba Earl
of Craver., as C')-rt'?r"')nd-r.I ? ,,-ee of
cruelty p.-oved. but dlsugre-1 regaxdlag tr.,- i harac
of adu!t.-ry A Judlclal sep* aaa oflVr-d the
plaintlff. bu. dex'lsion In the matter was adjourn-d
. - <7-oif Hni sE AT 8AIG03 DBBTEOYBD
Parls, June -7 A dlspa:. h to "The Tlme^'' freaa
Balgon. B.acrl-6*H the anM-forelgn dls.ur
th.t r- " ? '? ? '
To-Taa says that the WonK-Txe eustom h.us-.
?arfe of Amerlcan offlrlals 611
cack-d and deetrojed
BROTHI.R OF THE FOI.1 TEBBJEOB UFAO
London. June 27 -Arthur Tennyson. n v
hrother of the t.Ie.jrated poet, Aifred TennyBon.
PAWNEE BURNED AT SEA.
CREW TAKEN CTNINJTJBED FBOW THK
CLTDE LINE FBEIGHTEB.
CAT*"HES FIRE ABOUT F'.RTY MILES <~>FF
CAFI HENRY-THB GEORGE W. CLTDE
OOES To THE REBCUB
The stean.ship Pawnee, of the Clyde Line. wa*
burn-d to the waters -dj:- about mldnight la*?
Saturday whil- fotty rr.il-s <.fT <'ap-- Henry, on
the \ ir?inia COB_M Bhe Ba.? B fr-.ght-r that
pli-d between BOBtoa anl Brunswlok. Ga . and
hud left the last-namcd port last Frlday wlth a
cargo compoaed of railroad ti-s. lumber. naval
storeB and a few bales of cotton. She carrled
; iBBiniara. lt was said at the ofBce of the
.ny in this city yeaterday Har crea i '"
? lt. : of thlrty-flve m-n under th- command of
The first n-ws of the dlsaster was brought to
thla city by Captaln Savas-e ,,f the Savannah
Llne steamship otty of Macon, which arrive.l
here yesterday mornlng He sald that his vea
sel had paaaed tbe wr-< k of th- Pawnee, whlch
waa still burning. at K o'clock last Sunday m'tn
ing. and that he had made oul ber Identlty from
a part of the ?t-*rn whi<-h bore ber name and
had not yet h- n burr.-d away. Ti
. cruised around tiie wreck for some lime.
but d-BCOTered no s.i-ns of -mall boata.
When the n-ws reached the n>de Company*!
offlce here the keeneal anxi-ty as t<
of the crew was manif>-<-T ! Thls was rel
later ln th- day, however, bj the reeelpl of the
a ? . | im from H. Q B
company. aaent at \\
flre at mldnight Sunday.
Crew ] ai i ar?
rlved h-r.- al 11 a. in .A
Th- . ;? r_. w .'iv.i- sa'.-d from here for Wll
mlngton and (;-..r_--r..wn last Saturday
"The Pawnee hnd ?? ? ? n burning for
i. h..ur_." said Captaln Bavage arhei
r.n board hla il> r emok. it
was still standing. and fr >m time to tlme b
of liar.ir- frmn h-r boM would ehoot up to the
top of lt. II .;t _ o'clock Sunday morn
ing that our look'.ut aaw a red kIow <>n tbe
borlaon ah.-ad YVe did n"t pay any att-n". <n
t" it. bowever, bul when mornmg br-k- are eaw
ll of smoke nsinx above th- boflson a llttle
ia at once changi i.
and we ma.l>- for th- srn.'ke, and in a sh.."
'it the outlmee of a veeeel, from
\>.hi. h flames burst at mi-rvals < >n approach
ir.g n-arer we c>uld not at flrst Bee a s a
small boats, hatches. Impl-m-nts .>r anything
that might h-ur tbe name of the ?..?---!. bul m
K'.:ii? ar-und h*r stern we saw l-rt.-rs f..rming
? of h-r name to identlfy her We er
around th- burnin_ hulk f'-r aome tlm
finally declded that th- Bteamship must have
ibandoned lf ai I h;:d been made
to fight th- flre all ev | tha etruggle had
bf-en burned aa ij After leavlng the wreck we
? i about th- nelghborhood for mil-s on all
bera of the
crew. Not a atgn did
some further s-ar h wr i .me to th
that s-'tne other veaoel must hav.- r-s<-u-d th-m.
fl the chtef ?nr.! I .--ood
anapshot plcture of the t-u
Thomas riyd*?. mar 14 - Llne, *aid
lay that the i m on the - ild be
??>. and that on the ehtp $100,0110, all
of whlcb wa? pretty well -nvewd by insuram-.
"Oaptain Ini;ram and the crew wlll arrlve here
to-morrow | ? contlnued. The Pawnee
d to rarry passengers. and af*<r
h'-r arrival in Eloaton we had mtended to use
16 a freighter b- ' Clty and Rruns
Th- Pa-rne" -?. as a wooden veBael 8b?
bullt ln Phlladelphla ln 1**!..' by H.llman k Co.
Bha -? feel h.ng. 38 feet team. and had
a depth of i'.." ?? ? - - -? tered 121" I
gr ?-? She had compound two-cyllnder enginea,
a smerle funn-1 and waa achooner r;ek-d Her
H tweive knots an hour. Bhi
la?- surveyed ln th:5 porl ln November, 1s'.,'">
'aln Tnuram 1? well known in this port.
He was mast?r of th>- ateainablp Delaware,
whlch was burn-d off Ha-n.-eat ln July. 1s',v
tblrty-two - and thirty offlcers ,
ra-w were all eaved ar.d Captaln Ingram
as well as at th- burning of th- Pa
was tha la.t man to leave *h- .-hip
HOW THE CREW BAVED THEMMBLVE8.
CAPTAIN INOBAM LABT TO LEAVE THE
VE9SEL?ALL P1CKBD T'P BY THE
OEORGE "V CLTDE
Wllmlngton. N. C, Jun- _'7 -The steamship
George W Clyde, Captaln Robtnaon, of the (.ew
York Clyde Line arriv-1 ln thls p.'Tt at 11
o'clock to-day. with Captaln A D Ingram and
? ? t tl iteami Paa :.??? on board, the
havtng plcked them up from small h^ats
Boon after they abandoned th- Pawnee, leaving
h?r wrapp-d in flames Tt was 1-arned from
Captain In*rram, BOOfl after his arrival bera
that the Pawnee waa abandoned ofl Currltuck,
oa th- North Carollna coaat. a llttle past mi.i
nlifht on Sunday nieht.
Th- f.re wa* I about mldnight. anl
had galned auch beadway that every affon I
?h- flames was fut:ie. Thev leap-d from
th- forward h. id of th- reaaeL and tba
\Yh-n the alarm was mad- Captaln Ingram
and no sor.n-r had h<- rushed out
and taken ln the s.tuat!..n than he .aw that If
he saved his crew be k.-m off at once
rer, th? pumps w--e s-t to work and threw
???ranis of water up'.n the flam'-i for savepa!
minut-s i.ef.->re th?- captaln kh\, th- order for
the boatl an.l the ship I
abando.ed Whlle the crew were mannintr the
small b '"ts. Captaln Inaram went tnto his
cabln f'.r some valuables which be V.p?d to
save. When he rea-h-d th- ahlp'a sld- the boat
had drlffed n,jt of reach. and ahout that tlme
th- smr.ke shift->d ao as to eneelope that sid- of
the rtaarl. and the captain ord-red the cr-u tfl
r.'W the boat to windward This they did. b'U
ln the m _n tlme the ? ;nd shifted a*aln and
the heat and emoke forced them to pull awav
? aptaln There w-re thr-e valn
eff'.rts of this kind mad- rhe bo9t being - .
flrst to on- aide of the reaael and th<m I
?- ? remove th- captain
Finally Oaptain Ingram leaped :nu. the water
and awam two hundred feel nr more towai I
boat. Owt "f ti Id an oar out to him
I .illed him in complet-lv -xhaustt-d and al
- ln th- mean tlme ihe >,?
: the Pawnea In flames an 1
I .wn upon h-r In tlme to pick up th- cap?
tain and crew, wlthin a f-w mlnute. after they
abandoned th- burning shlp
,-r-u c-ris;sted of thtrty-flve
' offl er. b
: offlcer, Joaeph Park-r. chief
. nayton PUU1 ' engtneer,
AH **'" '?
WRECK SEEN BT THE ALDBOROVOH
Phlladelphla. June fl.?TxM Brftlah st-amship Ald
br.r'.u.h. fron Chi-ana. v.r>i--i i..*?-d up ?he peia
i'.lvcr thls morr.l: .
by flre of the Clyde LtM BtaBIBer Pawnee TTir.
vessel aac burred to the water's edge ar.d th-r?
a - BO sign of llfe aboard when the Aldborough
p_ased her yeaterday, l-<> mil-? eaat of Pape Charles.
8E30R C0E1 i BTAMTi E<>R WABEL3BT0B.
Bfanagaa, NIcsraauB (vla OalveBton). June 27 ?
Seflor Lu'.s F Cnren who has been appointed Nlca
rs.uBn Mlnl*ter to thr I'nited States left Managua
to-day for Blu?flelds. from whlch point he wlll pro
BRITIsH CRVIRER PYI.ADF.s ABBOBi
Svdr.ev Kan .South \Vm1-b June 77^-The Britlsh
tl Ird-^lass cnjlser Pylsdee ls ashore on the V.rtt
Aii af- rr.pt was made 10 float her by a local tug,
but lt was unsuccee.f.il
FIRE' INEXCELLED riREWORKB!"
?jy Uefore the rush al L_p.t, 6 Park Place.?Advt.
ROBBED IX THE BOWERY.
C C MII.I.KR AND R. W. E iWINTON
A88AULTED BI RUFFIAXS.
THESE WKI-I.-KNr.WN WALL STREET BROK
ERS THINK THEY E-OCTVXD KNOCK-OUT
DROPS-QUEER ACTIOM OF A POU'-E
MAN AND "CABBY."
It became known ysatarday that two well
knoun Wall ?tr-et brokers were the vtctims of j
a partlcularly darlng attack by Bowery t_
on Fri'lay nlght. Not only were both men |
brutally assaulted. so much so that one of them
\\&t\ beaten into lnserujitulity. but they were
robbed 0f thelr watcbes. Jewelry and mm
The tuo brokers are c C Mlller and R W.
E Bwinton. On Fridav evenlng they attended
,er the performanoe of the "Man in the
at the Kew>Yorh Theatre. and at the
clos* engaged a cabman to drlve them to the
Brooklyn Bridge entrance. There one of the
men purpoeed takinar a car to hls home ln Brook?
lyn. and hls companion. who llrea ln Ptaten
Island. intended to contlnue on to the f-rry
? at the Bat! r% Before eatertaf tne ''?l!'
1 charge for the Journey was agreed
upon. the sum being pald to the drlver in ad?
vance The ropte Collowad by the cabman took
them through the Boarery, and when half way
down the tliorouRhfare thev decided to allght
ror a moment to *ret a drink. The drlver was
ordered to i-uii up at the flrst raapaeUbla i
he came to He halted at a place in rhe vlclnlty
I of HoustOCa-et
THEIB <~AR HAP VANIBHED.
Bfeaara Mlller and Bwtaton went inslde and
called for two arlass^s of Rhine wlne and seltzer.
Thej w-re in the saloon only a few m.>ments.
n reachtng 'he Btreel atraln they found
| that their cab had vanished Their susplclons
were Immedtately aroused. and, feeling that
thelr drinks had been drugged. they hurrled to
a p,.l!<-eman and aaked hts help in flndlng an
other cat, He repll.'d mrtly that they could
wait on the sldewalk untll a stray cab pase-1
and then hall lt Havlng glven thls tlmely and
valuable advice. he walked away He had itf>n~
only a Bhoti dlstan<e whafl lha two frlends
were snddenly set upon By a gang of thuars Ba -
fore h- could make a moara to r! efend htmself
Mr Mlller reeeived a heavy MOW on the h"ad
At the same Insiant hls watch was snatohe.j
from hts p.,cket
Thouftl <iaz-d by the blow. Mr Mlller fortu
nateiy retalned bia feel He i. a powerfully
bullt man. and. erabtun*? the thlef who held hls
watch. he ye||ed for the police The same offl?
cer to whom he had just before Bpoken re
led Aa the poll. -man fam- upon the -
the thi-f threw the watch to the rround lt
was plck.-d up in a badly damaged condltlon by
a man -.".ho wa.? paaelng", ani handed l
ln the eai Iten enl Mr Mlller had loat
starht of hls frb-nd Nol ? aring so much for the
? of hls assailant as he was anxious over
? .te ot his compank.n. Mr Mlller urged the
man to g<> to the reacuc of Mr Bwinton
Rut the ofllclal decllned He 8 Bt he
had Been Mr Bwinton runnlnir down th" Bowery,
and th-n Inalated that both Mi Mlller and the
inatcher should go to the Btatton hovaa
THE POLICSMAN REFUSED TO ASSIST
F ?? ilng certaln that Mr Bwinton had come to
harm, Mr. Miller objected, and even
offered t^ glve the polic-man his watch if be
| help 1 look f.>r hls trtend Hra en
bowever, made no Impreaalon and he
vai taken to the station house. The n-^xt n_irn
ing he was dtscharged and the thier" was held
for 'he Grand Jury
Going at once to Mr Bwtnton'a home. Mr.
- round, as he had feared, that hls frlend
had been robhed and badly injured by t.e
thuv* ing an ugly wound at the
all Mr Bwlnl n had hU Ja
bn ken M nej and Jewelry, licludlns thr
mond rln>rs. dlimond collar buti'.n ai r
and chaln. of th-? total value of about $900, were
E th men are of tl
that knock-out drope were ei' en to them in the
Mr. Swtnton. who is a member of the flrm of
?k <v Co., says that he baa no rec .llectl. n
of anvthing after 1-aving th.- saloon, while Mr
M lier says that !r was wlth the utm^t dlffl
? -hat the station house ?fl. la'8 could arouse
hlm nexi n-wrnin* In the mlnda of th-ir frlenda
t h- I ? " ' " -?-:??
' Mr Bwlnl P when urged to do bo by
Mr Mlller has a sir I ..rance Boi?
th-m express the r.pinion that the apathy nf the
? ? man Buggeeta certaln charge. ma le before
the M '? .......
by rtome of the membera of the force ?o vicious
rfiara< '-rs and keepers of d'.sreputable .aloon..
CTTICLB TAEEX FROM ELEVEN PER80N8.
DIBORDERLT RHoIW DEPUTIEB.
TO HEAT. pr-RV. r,y a TOT'TH TEACHER 8HTJ
?CHOOLMATEa OOMTBIBL 111)
Waterloo, Iowa. .Tune t, (Special).?Thlrty-two
_ ? were 1 lay taken I
from the arms of eleven volunteers. one of
whom was a woman and wucBBafuUy tranaplanted
to the body of a youth Wllllam Barrett. ii
... -.,? nre Barretl ?*,-,. BeeereJy burned 'n
?x flr.- sev-ra! weeks Ago. anl hl
il. The wOfl
- kttm Lydla Hlnraan. pr ?
I ,-". school The unfort'i- I man
-.- of her favorite pupiis The other voi
unt-ers were hls former s<~h"olmate?.
I ' IF TF FIV. THE ?_AMrKILLAia_rH UfO
8HACT F.1R A UBIILIC
Broaaala, June _T. Btuimy - re wttne.sed
ln th- - ?f Deputlea 1 li raectlon
v, .* the lel -;e on the Kl^'^ral !a?
- G'lvernm^nt. The Bociallel
... . Vlcera of the i 'rown to
er for tb. purpoaja f tal g notea of th.
? ..-..-. i wai
? ded Th- - ~ur
rtl n. of the Mar -
the 8 olned ln the ch i c ita of
'h-imher. later. roted, by ? | iebate
l*e blll on July 5 and the House ad
Journed _mi,l a t*rriflc oproar
' tha I :-r..:lon of LAbor Party
?. m^^'T. tn thi. r-ity -o-'.:.
.; - i general strtko of Bn
yalnsl the Oov.rnmen''? bll!
Th^ ?trtk>- wlll bepin on July 5. the ?: ,
paaa in the <'harn - '
\EGRO OIRL RIRSS 1 CH1LD TO DEATH.
gASD AFTER IT WAS DEAD SHE WOr'LD NOT
HAVE TO ATTE.VD T<t IT ANT MORE
D^ver. Pei . .I'ine T, (Special).?Whal has ;
a ? a.e of premedUated tnfantlclde deve'
oped here to-day. when Mary Barrett. a flfteen
ld eolorad girl. araa arrested and lo-.i
jall on the rharge of BiUTda-r Oa May I Jafc k-on. the
ei?rht^en moi.ihs old ehlld of Mr anl Mr- J,:r, *
W I?frer:y. of Lelpalc. elght mllea from h-r--.
from burn* .upposed to have be.r
lOM to the atove. Mary ba
r-tt. who wai living wlth the family aa
meatlc, was the fliat to dlaecer the chlld ai
laat one wlth It before tt waa burned Notwith
standlrg the apparent Indlfferenre of the ne<ro Klr!
to the chlld'a death. Mr Lefferty and hla w!'
Buapectel nothlng wrong ln her eonduct. A fe.v
. r ? vioua to the burntng of the chlld a bag ,if
raars waaa dlacovered on flre ln the garret of th?
h.'U.e and ln the ro-.m occupled by the n^jrro glrl.
Nothlng waa thought of the affair untll last
Thur.day. when a third flre 8 BfTCd al the house.
thls tlme belng in th- Kirl's bed After the flre ihe
faSBlly su.p?vted somethlng wrong, but aald noth
ihe glrl. exrept le aak her lf ahe had anv
matchee ln the roon.
The.e ls alao ll\ing Brttfe Mr I~fferty a bov
whose name la Levl Pyle. twelve yeara al
whom the glrl had made admlailona. warmng him
If he discliaed anythlng Bhe wouid Hli hlm Pyle
waa afrald to say anythlng. On Frlday mornlng I
the glrl on the prete-i.-e th.t the wa. slck went to
ber home. Then young Pyle told hi? story, and M
was recmlled that the girl was heard lo r? m.irk i
f. ?*- daya after the funeral that. the chlld belng
lha would nol ba to attend to it any more.
The srir! whlle belng brought to Dover this after
. !-.,-.. ,| eettlng the rhiH aflre. and also
eauatng ihe two other flre*. 8he -a< commttted -o
Jall wlthout ball.
PHILIPPINE PORTS OPENED.
PREBH [MPETUI GIYKN TO TRAPK W
M IN THE MEMP BUBUfBBB AO-Tf
KALDO*B ALLBOEO ABBABB-WATTOH.
Manlla, June 28, 7 t m. -Ma) T-General Otis
haa ordered the opening up to trade of many
important porta that have been closed slnce the
OUtbreak. These include San Fernando. on the
weat COaat Of Luaon; Aparrl. on the n->rth onast
r-urlmao. and all porte in the islands of Samar
Many ships used in lnrer-island commerce
have been tled up in the harbor here for month..
and the shippers and merchants have been urg
Ing the G.ivernment fo ralse the blockade
When the decMon was made known yesterday
th- ?r-ene in *he Pustom Houae was as anima.ed
as the floor of an American stork exchange It
, busy day Shlp owners rushed to get thelr
cl-arance pa. ?rs
There will be a great boom tn the h*mp husi
n-ss. which has be-n at a standstlll. The ships
wlll race to brlng the flrat cargOBB before the
demand weakens. As there ls a heavy export
duty on bemp, thla wlll greatly increase the
,;..? Th- iBtereata of the natlve.. as well
as the merchants and traders generally, led
Oeneral Otla to take this actlon I>legatlons
from the southern islands ."Id him that th<- ces
satlon of buslness wa. brlnging mueh suffeting
to peeceful inhabitants.
Gunboat. wlll prorerr the shlpping tn *om*
porta, but elaewhere ehippere must rtsk confls
caiion by the insurirents. who exa_u heavy trlb
ute of all ships they permit te sall
The rumor that AguUMldO had ven assassl
nat.-d wa. in cirrulation here for several days.
it was not belleved. hut its currency gave it a
d-ftnlte form A<"-ordlng to the atory. General
Plo del Pilar called upon Af- i l do on June VA
and a*cused him of causlng General Luna to be
u ilnaldo denied reaponalbUlt**, -"nd
? that he deeply refrretted Luna'e death
ral Pi" del Pilar. as the atory goes. called
hlm a liar and seoundrel. ahot him twlce in -he
h-ad with his revolv?r and walked away un
Th- r-port flnd" no ? - dence in Manila A
Plllplno general. mount.-d cn a big horse. wPh
a num.rous staff. ha= ?:n?e N-n seen ha
rang.nng "he Plllplno troopa around San Fer?
nando. in Pampanga Provrn_9. and this officer
ls BUPPOaed t.. b- Agulnaldo
reaterday four gun* Of Hobhep- hatrery and
oth-r artlllery' bembarded the Fllipino block
housea and trenchea about two mlle. north of
San Fernando Th- M<.< khous-s. which had
bai n used by Fllipino shirpshooters to annoy
the American OUtpoatB, were d-stroyed. The
en-my made ao realatanoa
Merday thr- Bpanlab ("..nsul-General. wear
ing a brllllant unlfurm. visited Major-General
? - He was recelved in the latter'a offlce,
whlch I. hung with portraitB Of Spanish royal
personnges ln tbe course of a graceful .peech
he sald that the Spanlards in the Phlllppines
1 hold no resentment because of the past
and would entertain no eentlmenta but those of
respect toward th- new r?g1me.
EXTRAYA9ANT FILIPINO REPORTS.
..NE REFLE.TING ON THE NAVY DENIED
BY SECRETARY LONG
Waahington. June 27 (Bpeclal).?Among the
a reporte from Tagaiog sympathizers
which are obtalning currency in papers opposed
to the Presidenfs Philipplne policy, Bome on
mt of tt. alleged harshnees to the natlve.
and other. beraus- a hundred thousand men
are not given to Oeneral Otla tn order that he
may qutr-kiy extermtnate Aguinaldo's follow-rs.
is ..n- refleettng on the Navy. which attribute.
- ? -retary L'.m. a statement sald to have
?nade in a Cablnel meetlng, in whlch he
deplored the reoki^s* slaughter of Innocenta.
unented h:s InabUlty to put an end to con
ditione which were repugnant to hlm. He waa
? . have told the Cablnet that he had prl?
vate letter. from sailors ahowlng that when
. ver th- nativ-s assemMed on shore wlthln flr
lBg llatanoe 'he warahlpB ?hell-d them regard
less of provocatlon; that piano. and other prl?
vate property had been carrled by sailors to
th- war.hlp. fr..n> eommun tlee reported to be
pa lfl-d and under Amerlcan controi, etc.
Ser-retary L-.tig to-day when hls attention
was called to the matt.-r. wrote for The Tribune
the foiiow ? mer:
'Have ha' BO lettera at all from eailors in
the Phlllpplnea Never had a word from any
naval BOUrce abou' arrylng away
ther private property, or any proper?
ty at all. or ..? op-ntng nre on anybody ex B| I
in regular naval ';-*'?.<? The whole thlng la an
BIXTEENTH INFANTRY REACH MANILA.
Washlngton. June 27-The War Department ha.
? 1 the followlng cable dlspatch.
Manlla, June 27.
Itent-Oeneral, Washlngton Transport Grant
The Gi 1 from San Frun-M-co on May "'"'.
, arr\ ' " "ffWr. and L66I
mrr. -el W. F Spurgin is ln com
mand This ls a twenty-etx-dey ia.a-.age. and close
- record for th- run from San Francisco to
TWO NATIONAL BANKS FOR MANILA.
Chlcago. lune 27?The National Bank of Manlia
ar.d tbe Plral Natlonal Bank of Manlia are the
namee of two banks for whlch. Chlcago men have
BBked ' -ment to gr.mt cr.-ir'-rs The ap
?* for a charter for the Natlonal Bank of
Manlla ar* J L Fulton E R Bltss J H. Strong,
.1 I. Rav and A. L. Dewar. all substantlal busl?
Mr Fulton origlnated the plan." sald Mr Dewar
We expeet our -hart> r eoon The cap
?f the bank I. to be SKO.OOO, perhaps more.
t .? aotpacl to mtk- a trlp to the ph'.lip
ground, although we
are already convlneed that the new pos.-esslon. of
the I'-- ted 8 " ' ' :r'* for inreat
m-nts W. as aoon aa
our charter ? [t ta sa.d
that the Gov-rnm-nt BUthorttte. have not y-t
taken actlon on either applicatlon."
SPAXlsH C038CL-0ESEEAL COBIXG.
WVARP.O M W ? N id.-. WAT FROM HONO
KO TB OPEN A COMI LATE
-. hns appolnted Joat Navarro y Lopea de
Ayala tc be her Consul-General a: Bew-Tofffc, and
he ls now on hls way to thls - ty from Hong Kor.g
to open hls offlce here M?rlano Fahrega.x. who
was vlce-consul here before the war, wlll hold hls
former po.-ltlon under the new Consul-Oeneral.
whom he 1. -xpecting any day n?iw Mr Fahregas
went to Banto Domlngo during the war. Arturo
Baldaaane. the former <'onsul-.Jeneral of Spain In
thls clty. now has a SpBi.lah .-onsul&te In Afnca.
Whtle hostllltlefl were at tlve the Austrlan Consul
here took charge of the archlve- of the Spanish
ro-.-ulate and attended to any unfliushed buslnes.
whlch came up Spain before the w.ar had ?ev
en.; . or.sulates ln thla country She propoaee to
malni.,. ? t) i?'o ln future?one ln New-Orleans
- h?re. Mr FaVregas aald yettarda.
he aapacta_ the eonsulate when reopened. af>r
Ita Up-- af rtfteen aaanth. or so, to transact as
mu h ii'islneifl a. before the war Hls couatryniea,
he said. showed no pr. m ii ? .'Kalnst Amerlcan
,'s and export. 'ir..i lmports between (he
two countrles would aoon reach thelr former >oi
QUAKER YARSITY CREW WJM
IN A ORAND STRUGGLE.
WISCONBIK- MF.V MAKE A OALL-Vf
FIOHT AND ARE BE* OXD I '?RNEL_
THIKD. COLFMRIA LAST.
Poughkeepsie. June _7 penns\ ivania has ?*m
the closest and flercesf four-mlle college boat
race ever seen In Ameri'a An1 Wi?< -.nsln's
inir-pid men from th- We?t. held up to dertalon
by the cntlcs. came tn a magnlflc-nf second.
Cornell was only a fair third. whil* Oolumbla
was aeveral bo?1 lengtfca behind the itha. an..
It was a fair racing race from start t<. flnlsh, a
dlng-dong affalr. with flrst one eyew ah'.d and
then another, and a stupendous struatacle that
meant flrst glory for 'he wlnners and heart
breaklng efforts for the loMf* The dark horse.
from the West. ihe men who hall fr?m Fond du
Lac, from L* Orosse, from o. hkosh and from
those other semi-French. seml-Indlan sounding
towns by the shore of the Great Lak ? Bt th.
pace at the ve.v start and kept |t tlll wlthln a
few boat lens-ths of the finish Then the
Quakera, pui'ing their very he_rta out. pushed
the nose of thelr varsi'y shell flrst a trtfle
ahead And there lt stayed tlll the finish Uno
was eroaaad, and the oarsmen from the Key
st me State had aroa by a third of a length.
To win by a quarter of a length (which m'ana
only a few feet) ln a lon* four-mlle rar.e meana
that the rlctora have galned their trlumph
by a halr's breadth and no more; 1 ut verl'.y th?
race wa. so close that the thousands on the
observatton traln were kept waltlng In sus
per.se after It was over untll the Judgee at thtt
flnlsh could be heard from wlth thelr tale of
the last con.uering Btrokea ot the Pennsyl?
vanla crew There is g'.ory enough for the Unl-,
versity of Pennsylvania crew. and it deaervea
M all But hats 0_ to Wlsconsln"" ts the gen?
eral verdict. and the moat ob.?.quiou. a-knowl..
edarment should be made to the prowes. of the
Srarlet-I-tf-r-d Wieconatn r"?-rs Th-y rowed*
the finest race that has ever been seen on tha
eourse that flows between the highlands of tho
Hudson. and thev d-s-rve to be sent back to
thelr home ln a gorgeously arrayed special
A MOST EXC1T1NO LUMa-lT.
Desplte two false starts that were most an
noying and. to the sp-otat-.rs. lnexplicable. tha
race fr-- m th* polnt of vlew of the eager on
looker was the most Intensely and enstantly
excitinir that could be imaftin. d VOt the last
two ml!*-s lt waa wholly a toss-up whether Penn?
sylvania or Wisconaln wouid win. wlth goai
chances of Cornell maklng a hair-ralslng spurt
to the front at any moment. It was small wn
der, therefore. that the .oitearians on board ih?
observatlon traln became a band of frantlc.
yeiilng manlaog. The loyal llttle band of Wis
i-onsln supporters were wild with delight. and
there was much to do to keep them from fall
lng off the cars The Philadelphians were
equally daft over the superb work that their
fnends were d''lng under their v-rv eyeg. Whlle
Cornell rooters. wild and wretched wlth eppre
hension. sbrleked themselveg black in the Sea
for the wlnnlng spurt that never came. only
Columbia preserv-d a demee_or at all in keep
Ir.c arltb cjvillzed or pollte usage
The condltlons for the ra e were absolute
perfection. If the oarsmen hal had the making
of the w-ather. and their friends the arranging
of the sun and cloud effecta. they c,>uld not wlth
their best id-als have wished to accompUsh re?
sults so satlafactory The only drawbacks were
the two false starts. which were trying on both
oarsmen and speetators. and the lateness of the
hour at which the race wa. rowed, ?huh pre
rented the dilntily gowned maid-ns and their
duek-clad brerhr-n from returning to Pough?
keepsie untll barely f? O'dOCfc.
WHY PENNSYLVANIA WON.
How did It all happen *? The vlctory of Penti.rU
vania was not so wholly unlooked for, for they
had made wooderfSlly fast tlme rowj, arrd were
very confldent But how came it that Wlscon?
sln. the crew whose men all seemed to set *
stroke and keep time by themselves. was able to
make the race for Bll the others. and then to
come wlthln a few feet of earrytng the eham?
plonshlp back to the West? Thls Is the rjuestlora
that the Cornell oarsmen are too stunned to
answer. and the Columbia rowere too broken
hearted. Nor can the coaches explaln It away.
Cornell had been ptekad as the winner by a ma?
jority of tbe so-called BSpetta, aird she . ame ln
third. Old oarsmen had declared that the won.
derful strenarth and faultWs form of the Co.
lumbla elght could not possibly let her fall be?
hind second place. but all calculatlons were up
set, and the know-lt-alls" have gone hmne to
ponder on the frallty of the human race. Thero
Is. of eourse, an explanatim f,.r all thlngs. and
the true .ine for the result which caused eo
many surprts. parties her- to-day ls about like
thls: The Per.nsylvanla boat had slx men ln lt
who sat ln tne crew that boat Cornell at S?ra
toga laaat ve_r and that made a new three-mllo
record. That was an exr.r-rr.ely fast crew. tuid
Ellls Ward had. therefor.-. the ni<>st superb ma?
terlal to work wlth. He simply moulded that
matertal Intelligently and rounded his men out
Into a very speedy. though not necea.arily a
prettlly rowlng. elght. The publlc dld not knntr
Just how fast the Quakers w-re, but there was
no reason why they should nor have developed,
into a speedy and w:nning crew.
WISCONSIN SHOWS FINE FORM
When lt comeg to answerlng the question a. te)
Wlsconsin's unezpeeted str^-narth there Is not bo
much data to work upon. But the truth w.s
Just here: Nlne tlmes out of ten a ore*. that
seems t<> be rowlng all apart ts apart, and wlll
go to pleoes ln a long race But occaslonally It
so happens that the eiacrt men wlll on the day
of the race attaln their flnal form. and auddenly
fall in together No one knows Just how they An
lt. but lt is done. and when the men are blg and
stronsrthev win the ra^e This happened to the
last Harvard crew that won from Yale. ln l^ltl
On the day before the race they appear-d to bo
rowlng all over the boat When the race c?m<%
off they fell together and hlt thing. off ju.t
rtjrht. and so It seemed to happen to W..<-.n.in
tO-day. The cl"8?*st observers could not d-tect
anythlng but peeflBCl unlson in the boat. It la no
l:t to Wlsconsln to say that on the ?:
th>- ra.e ahe rowed better than she ever dld be?
fore That ls what every cr-w, trles to do. an 1
Wlsconsln succeeded. Aa for Cornell'. fallure to
get flret or aecond place Coach Oourtney ha. de?
clared all along that hls matertal thla year haa
been below par, and the laat thlnn he sald to
?ome Corn-dl -'portsmen thls mornlng was **It Ii
a good. even propoaltlon. boys. but don't giro a
penny of ,>dds on the rrt-w." When a coach aaya
thls to hl. lntlmate frlenda lt may be knowa
that he haa not complete aosaVta_M ln hls crew.
WEATHER OONDITIONS EX.'EI.I.ENT.
The tlme of the race. 2f> minutea and 4 ae-e.
onds. wa. fast. but by no means record tlme.
It had seemed when the day began that all i n
dltlons favored a record-breaklng rate. There
waa rvjolclo* u_rc8tralned whea u.y *un ^0M