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Attempt Wn to t Iln n Mnde Rele to Kill R For Forlin Purftln Fotthu
ftln lin Cniuult In the Hop ol Hecurlng HecurlngIntervention Kecurla KecurlaInlfrulllinn fleCIlTIfliIntervIItIun
Intervention by I h Thrlr nurarntncnti nurarntncntiAiitlmrltlts OunrnmenlAutorltu fluvrntnunAttjoIttiS
Aiitlmrltlts Autorltu Changed the th Itonte of the the1rarestlon thelro theIIH
lro 1rarestlon lnl unil 111 IIH Arrested Kloren of the therintleriOenOtUsflurctiirul t therlotteriaen
rintleriOenOtUsflurctiirul llnlrrOrn rlotteriaen Oll OthItIccsistu1CmpnIgn OthItIccsistu1CmpnIgnSrIl urulIul Campaign CampaignSreclal CampaignSr
Sreclal Sr < ldl Cablt abl Dtfinhk tI h 1 Til TIIII TIIIIMUIA Tue Btw BtwKANtrA tn tnMAfl1A
KANtrA MUIA Due III aJThe 3LThe The Proost Marshal MluhBllnt and andtho tndthe
the native Dttvo flRth police fol yesterday etorday nipped n con coniplruejr conIPlrle coneprae7
IPlrle iplruejr which U I t successful would undoubt undoubtedly undoublrdl undoubied ¬
edly rdl ed havo resulted rl8ulJd In II a large loss los of life lo urntunbcr A Annmber Anomor
nomor nnmber of lrrconcll IrroJolclabl IrreoncLlsbI bl rebel rlbel had deter determined dcternlln deternilnd ¬
mined nlln to take advantage admntlio of the funural or Urn UrnLawtoi 01 a aiAwto
Lawtoi wtO to kill ki all ni the American AUerlcon wercnns they could couldand couldalllt coukiiii4
and alllt ut the Ihl same time tme try to Involve the United UnitedStates Unlcd Unlcdttate UnltctlQate
States ttate Qate In International Intll010lai dllllcultles dlnauilel Information Informationof
or thi plot reached rlnehed tie ears erl of the authorities authoritiesthrough authorlte authorltelrOII authoritiustiroIU
through lrOII tiroIU tho th Secret rI Kotvlco Sovlce ra mel men nand and the eon eonriiirators oonIlllor elmrtor
riiirators Illlor rtor w IfPrH m permlttMl flrlltNI to t proceed ed with wih their theirleheinltig theirh theire11XnIt1C
leheinltig h lntll until ulII the tlm tl time was wa ripe for the law to togrip tl tlrll toirrt
grip irrt rll them themTbo thel them themThe
Tbo plan of the Filipinos Flflnos wan as to t throw throwl throwIm throwimnh
l Im imnh mb g from buildings ll 1 > II 1 along alolg aIoim the Kscoltaasthe Kscoltaasthecarriages EcoItm colto 01 the theInrrlal thectirrIat
carriages Inrrlal ctirrIat of time ofllclals 01elnls and 11 uiI foreign forlII Consuls Consulsjusted Clsuls Clsulsrn CommsmIeined
justed rn ied along aloll In the tll procession accompanying accompanyingtlio nccomplrlnl
tilt III body Iodyor of Gen Cen Lawton to the transport transportwhich tran8portwhich transportwhiCh
which will wl convey ellvoy It Itto to the United Cnld States By Bystliukin il il1111kinr hrittakin
stliukin 1111kinr thu thuCOIBUl tiloCommaula Consuls the rebels robIB Imagined 101011led that thatthe thotIhe thatthe
the J 1ovrii < > v 4rn rl uents lnt1 they roprosetited Iop oentull would woull In Intervene 11 ImitervenI ¬
tervene terlnQ on the Ih ground IrOlt that the Amerlcaus Amerlcauscould AmerlcnurOllllOI Amerlenuismntiil
could rOllllOI not no protect foreigners foreignersaven oven In II the capital capitalIt cnpllalI capitalwas
It I was Ias arranged Ilrlnllll however tOWlV that the rout of ofthe ofIhA ofth
the th proceslon fro eBlon should bo along alolC tho Luneta LunetaInstead Ilnetl LunetaInstead
Instead of the Escolla and this completely completelyd cOI1etelr cOI1etelrdoar1ucJ conmpteteldariaugd
manged doar1ucJ d tho plans plal of the conspirators conspiratorsA consllratols consllratolsA
A ocarch arctm was os madoot 10110 omamlo or houses In II the heart heat of ofManila ofIanls ofMammla
Manila Ianls which resulted rPBunl In the seizure of a aquantity 1 1quaoth aquantity
quantity quaoth ef f ammunition a 1 number of bombs bombsand bnlbs bnlbsnod boambennd
and otue OI omu pikes Kiuveu lioel men m n wero anest onetel arteted artetedfar d dforotupllclty
forotupllclty far nJIPlclty nupimetty In the plot The hA arronts arro t caused causeda causet
a sensation ensalonnmong ln lllon nlonl anmon tlm thl natives notp9 Their aglta agltatmn 1 aritatlrln lt lthnD
tmn was wa Increased Ilcrea eJ by 11 a retort that Gen CI Illcartl Illcartlrn Iclrt
rn lD insurgent InsUrlclt leader w WI was s In Manila llnl yesterday yesterdaydreetlng o esterIardrpc1ni tcrbr tcrbrdrpernl
drpernl dreetlng the operations otcrtons of the conspirators conspiratorson1 conplrtor conplrtorITHS conspiratorsi1as
on1 ITHS i1as ICOHK 101K irntT InT IK 11 irtvn irtvnThe Il Irlv IrlvTIw
h hh
The h Knit Pnl of cr the Ih Year nr Flnils In ARUlnnldoi ARUlnnldoirower Kulnnlo gimInniIoPoer
rower 10 > Nearly Guile Guilef GnurdlIIupotl Guujerit
f final ralilt rdlIIupotl ZlflpaltA jp1 to Tut 1 i E 8rx 8rxMANILA St StII SrtMAxLI
MANILA II Dee illTho InThl close of the year finds findsQ fnds fndsGen flndsfjen
Q Gen n Otis Otiss t B work rapidly approaching approachlnl the point pointwhere pint pintlhere pointwimlu
where lhere e President Irlsldelt McKlnley can cln safely plrolr aei permit permithim pprllt pprllthim prmithim
him to t name nAml time date dntl for his return rllul to ths thsUnited th thUDIt11 thttInltet
United UDIt11 States Stat s When Oen Otis Ots assumed com command commnnd cornmand ¬
mand here he he found an 11 extremely complicated complicatedsituation complcae complcaeluaton conmphlcate4situation <
situation luaton which steadily Icadl became bclmo worse until untilthe unti untilthe
the outbreak of hostilities with wih the natives nativesBlacflilhcti nativeMilnhen
hostltie ntyo ntyoInc
Blacflilhcti the refolabllshment of and anderderbas ftndorterbas
Inc hel re 1blshmlDt pence relC IDd IDdOrl
erderbas Orl bL been bln the flrst essential essentialThe essentialTb RIIntnl RIIntnlThe
The Tb dlfllculttes dl leulel under ulte which den Otis h hlabored ho holabo imis imisIabood
labored labo d will wil never bo known In 11 full rul although althoughthe alhoulh alhoulhthe althoughtime
the ultimate u1tlrnte publication Ilblcntul ot thus th War r Depart Department Departmeut Departmeat ¬
meat records recrll will wi make mlko them clear clllt to om ornM ornMtnt ex extent pxtpnt
tent fiudlce It to fr ea ny now that thlt when criticism criticismof erilclm erilclmof
of him hll was most virulent Irlnt lost 11 at summer ho was wationductlne wastonducting a a0nductnJ
ionductlne 0nductnJ the transfer trlnsfer ot the army amr from fromvolunteer rromIunler fromvolunter
volunteer to regular rllulnr under ullcr conditions conditionssometimes conditionsometme conditionssometimes
sometimes ometme reducing rcludl the Ih force fOro to peril perilously lHI perilcushy ¬
cushy Jly small Mmnl commands ccllond Monnwhlle lonnwI Im Important 1mIolant IrnS ¬
S portant Iolant civil chl problem poblcnu were cre constantly constantlydemanding ron constantlytemandlnz tnnllr tnnllrdem
demanding dem ndlnl dvcislon Ilolllon and nnl harassing hlrll lnl couiPll couiPllfur comtl comnpiitpHrlm
fur t7 7 < y < > i i hfr < Rntlr i UK t liesaiui liesaiuiot li ialui
ot public 1lblo abiihe aLIe and vltuneratiin vlulerntil vituperat n Oen flD Otis Otispursued Ori Oristmurued
pursued Iur u d n steidfil tlor I course cour c hammering hlnunlrlDC the thenemy Ihenpmv timesnernr
< nemy wherever It I was ns possible lO lhl to gain Illn an en enduring onllrln ensluring ¬
during llrln ndvantnue nIltIP smoothing pmolhlll dlfllcultlesnd dlfllcultlesndindicating difllulttmntlmrmdfrat 1mculll RI RI11dlrlll
indicating 11dlrlll mrmdfrat I mmg civil cll nucstlons IlljBlolS u st iomm und 1111 mm mIh pressing rr08 il n g gds 1 i idevivingly
devivingly dalolllty ds ammgi to th tl fullest rulest porfortnanco of hit hitpublic hhfublc 1ml 1mlpublic
public fublc duty dutyNow dutrow dutyNow
Now ow that tho end enlls Is pinetloillr prarte1111 In slcht llht a Olon Olonciion con condition ccniltion ¬
dition ciion will wi soon AOUI be renthod where lion Otis Otiswill Ots Otisvilt
will 11 b la enabled IllbllJ to lay Ii I down tlOWI his hi heavy hlRy burden burdenwith hurlpn1lh hurtrmwith
with 1lh great rllt honor to hlm hlmolr lf and nlil the conscious consciousiiebH con eflflschoutebs couo couoibK
iiebH ibK of bavins haino main performed rcrorned n troinendnui trenHntol task taskwellunder laskIl tasiwnhiunmhPr
wellunder Il unllr almost Ilmo t superhuman AIPerhul1 iliniculties ilinicultiesCnnsldercd dlfcultpi mtiflleuItirotmsidfred
I Cnnsldercd rI at large 11me the present IIl lnt eltuntlon eltunlon Is Isvery I isPry
very Tlrr Pry satisfactory Tho Tli northern lotlr provinces provincesrif
i t I rif mf Luzon IIllol are nrl practically lraltellF cleared ellarlll of Tncals Tnlals Tint TintMitlves Th Thm T ii
11 m Mitlves there tre welcome Ilcomo the American and nllllr nllllrI mrs IIMdtixioiis mrsrmc1ntms
I dtixioiis 1lol to I reeommenco rlCOl11nCO business hUslnl o They h are arelieirtllv ol my myhiertily
lieirtllv Ieartlv desirous 11 lrolo of pence lIAlO eaee nnd nnt quiet lllt The ThIIb ThIIbI Timnestab TimnestabIisImnent estab establishment ¬
I lishment of 1 two 1m military mlilary governments loormeltB In thu thutrovinesenst thut thut
t trovinesenst I roinleA fnt esst md west IIAt of tho mountains Dountah will willtxm TI willbi
I txm D be bi followed rOIOWNl by the establishment e llhl hmmt of rro rrolnrtal Iro IroIlnrnl rmotnia1
Ilnrnl lnrtal civil clllolcrmcnl governmentH with lh court lourb Recon Reconfiruetion RecoDt Reconetrtietoi
t firuetion rllloo will wi soon hlOn ho bl undertaken uwlllnken In Panuasi Panuasitnn lnnlaI lnnlaIf
J ran Provlnco whoso who wmosO o capltol Is I Llngaycn 1lllalcn A Atouit AoUmt
1 i f touit of ilrst Ir t Instance in lnuco has already been ar arinnged
J J innged inngedTheXaflro Inlei trmnisdkt
kt 1 TheXaflro Th The Zanro returned at midnight mlinllht last night nightfrom Illht IllhtJ imightfrom
from Datan Tatnn nn Island which Hen I Ii to the t north northcf
i r f cf Luzon Ju on Aboard Aloar1 the thl vessel lf 8elwaH wan nm Gen Oln Tlrona Tlronawho Tlronl Tlronlf lirormrtI
J I f s who was V formerly rorrlrly time th rebel commander cOllanllor In InCugayan II Inluayan
Cugayan CIIan luayan who II accompanied tho Zallro ZBlro to toJlatnn tot
t 4 Jlatnn and useil use his hl Inflmnco Inllneo to bring brll about aboutth nboll nbollI
L I th stinenler slllnlcrr t tim garrison Iurlsol there All Al tho thorifles thot
t rifles of time t rebels wero w re confiscated clnlealc1 except exceptten excepttmn Icoplpt
ten The hl hr o J and AIII rmtl n dozin smoothbora smootlboro cannon cannonwere cannonwr lnnOI
pt were wOrc wr loft f for lo tho protection HoIItn of the Inhabitants InhabitantsHgnlnst Inl1bltlnll Inl1bltlnllr inhabitantI
r I Hgnlnst 1IIIIn5t Chinese pirate 1lr10J Intll I nttt Germ OCI Tlronn Tlronnlanded Tlronnlanllc Tironalanded
landed < tU t Batnnlans latnnhll proposed to resist rell t the theAmericans thE
4 Americans Amelcalls bnt his hl reiironentallon rplrosellAllons caused causedthem eau11them causeitd
d them them totay down their arms orml Batan Is a beau beautiful b1Uuul beatitiful ¬
uul tiful Island 181al1 The Thl pcoplo 110110 are nrt clean and andreaceful anll1plpplul antim
m reaceful 1plpplul Their principal Nlnellal occupation occupaton Is I the theraising IhsrallllC thsraising
raising rallllC of cattlo catlo nnd nlllloulr nlllloulrI poultry poultryU
I U 1 Is lgdnily dally daly becoming bcomlnl clearer elelror how abfolutelv abfolutelvthe IbFOlullv IbFOlullvJ
J the Insurrection InaurfcUol Is confined Iolnnrr to the tlO Tniwl TniwlOutside TOIII TOIIIOutldo
4 Outside Outldo of their th lr Influenen Innuenl the country coultrv would wouldeoon wouldsoon 011 011j <
j soon bo more peaceful thnn thln ever It was III under underthe Inder Inderthe undertime
the Spaniards Hllnlrd ThoTngal Tho TR al provinces pOVIDCO are Iro liable lahle to tocause 10t tocause
t cause fometroubleln Fome Iroubllln a small slRI way for rorllme forsmm some t linn 111 111l timnmit linnThe
l The h parting artnl advice of the t Intlrptntlfnrfii llpPtlpnrl the theInsurrectionary tht tt ttinsmurrectiormary
Insurrectionary organ which dlol lc1 ml mlorhlj mlorhlji mleratIt eriblr eriblrwan
i 1 wan a I I fervid rerld appeal nfppol to the thO bloodcrowned bloodcrownedsoldiers IloIcrolII1 IloIcrolII1ldlerB bfonIcrownelsoldiers
soldiers ldlerB to continue their guerrilla luerrla warfare warfareThere 1llrarO 1llrarOIt warfareThere
It There hNe Is some somO evidence flhlolef that this will wi bo at attempted nti attempted ¬
i temptlll tempted but only In II time Tana I provinces 11rov11C0 or by byTngals h1nlls byIngals
Tngals nlls Possibly 1 slhl It will II bo 10 necessary necessaryto IcpCSAlr1 IcpCSAlr1to
to adopt the thl th sarnn tactics tAelcs In he IICiO o prov provinces pOI pOIloe provI ¬
I inces Inc that were werl found HI 1 successful 8ucrPAIul In Inthe Inthllslaod
1 the thllslaod Island of Negros rear Theso hSM Tagal Tnlniiuerrla Tnlniiuerrlaeonstluto guerrlllai guerrlllaiconstitute guerrillaconstituto
constitute eonstluto only onl a part of the th population 10pulAton of their theirprovinces thplr thplrprllnce theirproslnee
provinces prllnce and Ind they are confined to t t < the nat naturally nnt1ralr natvrahiy ¬
urally lawless lawl 8 ehmont el ment which has found foundwar foundiur
1ralr
war iur better betor than work The Th possession pll oe lon of gunn gunnenables ln lnrDble umns umnsinebles I
enables rDble them tt m to levy tribute on the th peaceful peacefuloatlvts fpRerll fpRerlllalvn penc fuh fuhaetivee
oatlvts lalvn They arc actually nctu lr only onl brigand brigandTheir brhtnDI brignndIher I Ihelr
Their helr suppression upre llon Is n 1 matter m3tr of police foleo work worknot worklot worktot
not warfare warfareThere warfareThere
lot wararo wararoThere
There remains rrrnln8 CavltiS CBlt province povlncp tin tradi traditional trndltioDI tradithonal ¬
tional tioDI home of the Insurgents 1 urlpnt The Tacals Tacalshave Tacol8huo TacaIbave
have many rifles there The men are lre now nowoccupied nowI
I occupied ocupied In harvesting harPAtLK harvAsti the th rico crop crP but butther butthe butthei
ther the nm to the 11 th trenches trcnch whenever wheneverthe whenlver wimenererI
1 the Americans appear aplar Thero Th ro are many manyreports mnn mnnt manyreports
t reports reprta that Agulnaldo Alllnnido Is working his hisw hist imisraytoCavIt6
w raytoCavIt6 7toCavlt t Cavl6 < S Province Irovlncp Intending InlnI0 to make mnke n nBreat 1 1rtat usgreat
great rtat itandand tlnd and promising Jromlalnl tocnpturo 10 capture Manila ManilaThere 311nlo 311nloherol sianiiaThere
that he will Ktand KtandIf KianiIf
There herol Is little ltte hope however wil Ilonl Ilonllr
If he hI would Iould one fight nlht might mllht end everything everythingPreparations elr1Ihlnl everythingFepirstions
Preparations rrpuBtoD are now being bplnl made for a cam campaign empafan camatgn ¬
paign atgn In Cavlt6 which will wi probably pobablr begin Illln ns nsoon nAIMn asloon
loon oon as 8 the southern ports portl are opened ofeled That Thatwill 1hntwi Thatwill
will be tu ts first nft work to engage Ollnie Oen OenOtis 011 011OUI 1uOtiss
wi Otis OUI Otiss attention Itonlon Tho Xh h opening opnlO ot tho thonorthern Ihonorhern thunorthern
northern norhern port Jrl Is I already nlrpldy accomplishing accomplishinggood Icomll aeoomvlleiuingomt hlnl hlnllod
good lod omt results rl ulo It I Is reported rlprlli that tho hemp hempcron homlerp hemnimcron
cron erp Is I very largo Ilrlo Tho opening open In of the th foutli foutlirn soutimito oulher
ito rn ports will 1 boom business businessOutside bulllu businessOutside
er
Outside Outlle of Luzon thn tiu conditions 1111 aria IO bright brighteverywhere brh1 brh1eenWhro brighteverywhere
has chavd the theTegals times
everywhere eenWhro flan Hughes lulhe hnl llf llff
f s Tegals laKAlp almost nlmolt completely cOIfIlr from frm Pnnay lanal That ThatIsland Thathland Thatiianmi
Island will wlioon noon bo ready for tho istabllHlunent istabllHlunentof tollhment tollhmentor
of a civil clvllovllnmnt government Th Island of NVgro S iuos ro to toaulcter t tQulltfr iiiouleter
aulcter Qulltfr thnn over b before foro In lt 14 history Thw ThwotherVlcayan Ih Ihothfr fims fimsnther
otherVlcayan othfr Ylmrnn Island 1 lanll nro In II nsinrlarooih nsinrlarooihtlon n 1m jar cOIh cOIhIon COIr hI hItion
tlon Ion
tlonGen Gen Bales Inl work ork In Mindanao lndanao ti I moit IOt r rmarkablc rmukalJ r2xuarkable
markablc mukalJ He 1e has hiI ifuinniliihid acoIHihtII in inmonth 1 1aOllb mamonths >
month aOllb moro Ior ttao UOUl till th 3r Iralm iaiard aardi evir fU
dreamed of doing dolol IIo 10 lias hal bo hn been n unfailingly unfailinglyauccossful unrBllnllr unrBllnllral unfailinglysuccessful
successful al earul ID II ettoblUhlng etnblhlna friendly re ¬
lation laton with wih the Moro orol heretofore heretoforeunlformlr heretororounlformlr heretoforeuniformly
unlformlr reported reprtod to bo cruel orcl wave aalanJ and In Intractable Il intractable
tractable The American AnlerlcanlM now occupy towns townsthat 10lVI
that thlt the Spaniards me ee unable ocoUlr to enter and andlalnglo andlulniio andsuinglo
lalnglo lulniio comparatively m ralvelr freely frloly with Ilh the
Morva Morl This the Spaniard II nlnrd always 118 feared
tp to do The result r ult will wi surely be le
tho development of those Inland which loss lossskilful leal lessskilful
skilful skllul work ork would lou1 have In delayed perhaps for foryear rorlf forYear
year lf Gen Otn Date personal 1eronal wish 1 h waitoro waitoromam was t to ro rol1nlu remain
main l1nlu In Luzon LiTon and to t have hs a command cmmand where wherethoro hero
there was actual ntunl fighting lhtnl His Js work In the theNoutnlsso theouh thesouth
Noutnlsso south IA so valuable vnlulble however Ilowovr that It It I un ¬
likely lkely that anybody anrlodr will 1 relieve rtloo him himTha himThe himTiio
The mllltarr miltarr problem Jrhllm heretofore has hi necos necessarily necosurlr necosPariIy ¬
sarily urlr been ben the flr Drt first t cnslderatoo consideration In point pint of oftime oftro oftime
time tro Now o howow Looe the th4 civil olvl question Quuton al always alwan tdways ¬
ways th thl thus morHrarortantlnpolntof morf more 1m imrortant tortaut In pin point of fact will willcome wi willcone
come cme to the tht front and Ind assume It Its real place plaoeWith tlae tlaeWih places
With Wih s itlu the end of the tiu approaching Ippraehlna campaign camplr
In Cavltd Cnvlo 1rorlnce th the time wllljie wi wIiiJor1pe ripe rpe for the theestablishment the06tnblsbment timeestablIshment
establishment 06tnblsbment of a 1 military mlJar department departmentand and the therelegation ther therelegation
relegation r lelaton of military m Iltur work 10rk to the department departmentcommanders deparment deparmentcommandora departmentcommanders
commanders GenOtls OenOtl has already olrearconslderld olrearconslderldII considered consideredat
at II leant In prlnalple practically practcalr every olvll olvllproblem elvl clviiproblem
problem pro len that 1 likely lkely to arise fIM The result resuls of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his work will wi be vastly str valuable when hen Congress Congrtsscomes Conlrls Conlrlscomes Congresscornea
comes to legislate concerning those
lellslll concern laI thoB problems problemsThe problemsThemnstimportantquestionIpbby I
The ThemnstimportantquestionIpbby most Important Importlnt question ueton Is probably prbbly that thatof thlt thltof thustof
of titles to realty ltr This
tll1 r question Is I closely closelyallied 01081ylllId olosAlyallied
allied lllId Ho hurch disestablishment elsuslablhment Men who whonra whonro whoare
are most competent comllent to judge Judl nay that a asettlement aIllt asettlement
settlement Illt ment of the he land question qllloo Is i more moreimportant mor moreimportant
important Imlortant than thll the Church Chur h question questionalthough questionalthough ueston uestonulhoulh
although ulhoulh It I is II I practically lltlctcllr Impossible Impossibleto ImPsolbl ImPsolblto
to settle sotlo one ne without hout time other othe because the thecravest thecravest thegravest
cravest questions Que ton concerning cOICrnlnl titles ttles arise arisethrough arisethrough 1lso 1lsothroulh
through throulh attack on the Church holdings holdingsMany holdlnl ho1din ho1dinMany
Many 3fny of the Church holdings holdlnls wore orig originally arli orlginahty ¬
inally Inalr grants rnlts from rrol from tho State Btlte tmste which whichwere whichwere whichvere
were given Iven to the church for ad administration aJmlnltraUon administration
ministration During Durlnl the past 1lt week cek the thequestion theleston thequestion
question leston arose through thrugh an urgent urltnt appeal appfalof appfaloftho of oftho oftho
tho resident of PAJOS run against nlalat tho action aton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church churh In transferring trlnserrlnl land Ilnd which hlch they theyclaimed therclnlml theyclaimed
claimed claimedIndoubtedlythe clnlmlrnlloubpllthe claimedLnlloubtemhlythe
Indoubtedlythe rnlloubpllthe appointment of a allnll land com commission commls cornmlsion
mission mls lon with Ith power I > wer to quiet < ulet titles tte similar Imlla to tothe tothp toths
the communion In tho cote of New OI Mexico Mexicowould 3le1co 3le1cowouhl Mexicownuij
would hate hat tha th greatest irentoH effect etect In convincing convlnenl the theFilipinos theIIfIDos theFilipinos
Filipinos IIfIDos of the th good 1001 faith flith of the Americans Americansand Amorlcln Amorlclnnnll Americansand
and time tl beneficent tCo ctnt results reults of American Amerlefn con control control contro ¬
trol trol tro Thl rhl rhis question qucton presses hardtst hard I for forsettlement rorMIICmen forsettlement
settlement MIICmen It I Is even eel mote Important Importantthan hnportnntthnn lunpoytrmntthan
than the details Ilotal of a governmental governmentaliht 10vornmcntal 10vornmcntalF governmentalehmme
F ehmme iht hme > me Theso threw questions leston govern government lonr goyrnment ¬
ment realty rllltr titles ttles and Inl disestablishment dlsostBblshment nr nrthe are nretho arethe
the first great problems that tho Americans Americansmust Americansmust Americansmust
must solve oo Th The h currency commercial commerclll regu regulation relu relu1lona regulatione ¬
lation the tariffand tlrlnnd tariff and a franchise fora for B cable cableare cableare cableare
are o or secondary 8Cconlnry Importance ImportanceA Imlortonce Imlortonceleneral
A general leneral reform of the laws Ilw Is I urgently urgentlyneeded urllntr urllntrnecloJ urgentlyneedod
needed necloJ Tint Th Spanish laws laIs under which tho thoAmericans thoAmericanlire timeAmerican
Americanlire Americans are now trying Irrilr to work are Iro clumsy clumsyuiicodlQed cilmlr cilmlrlcoll clumsyummeodled
uiicodlQed lcoll ed and Inefficient Ilomrent Germ O I Otis Ots I 10 now nowhaving nol no noimasing
having working cods ooml wliLh whl h
hulnl a worklnl prepared will willeervo wi willservo
servo until ulll Congress onlrcsl relieve rlne the situation situationA BIUIton BIUItonA
A vexing questoi tlo the legality of civil
vCxln qUe IClnllY cll mar marriages mrrIRle marringes ¬
riages rIRle was 13 s seltAl1 settled ttl d by n recent rplut order It Is 1 be believed beleI1 behleved ¬
lieved leI1 that thlt the Ih friars will 1 cause C1oe trouble troublr until untilthey Inll untilthey
they are lre eliminated elmlnaled entirely from all al govern governmental Iovern Iovernmcntal governmental ¬
mental functions functionsU rUI
trl8 trl8I
U has bout Interesting during the last
I Inlorutn Iltlnl few fewmonth re remonth fewmontlu
month to watch tho developments Hopeful Hopefulness 10peful 10pefulne Hopefulnea ¬
ness ne Is II rvldencwd ldenclj by the general Icneral talk of th thfuture thl time I Ifuture
I future fltur possibilities pOIslblltlCI of the Innds The fe merit Inevltnblo Ilell meritzsbiu II III
nblo topic tOIlcl of o It any gathering atllrinl are Iro Improvement Improvementrehemes improvementscimenmea
rehemes fchpmls business buslnln chances railroads ralrolds port portwork portworks
work and Inll shipping Everybody eboll Is looking lookingMwnni lookingtuwnrd < Ikll I
Mwnni IIOAni the thl time tme whn American mnhaU mha h ll ilo5ltirnte llnpornte 11
npornte undisturbed Ildl urbd Manila 110nlal Is iilrenij ilreh pros prospcotlvely prc prcJJctvel prospentiveiy
pcotlvely JJctvel rebuilt rebuit a hill hi station statol eroded rovl rovlopened ro11opncl rosisopermed
opened opncl resources r olrce developed lorlopcd and Inll th time country countryexplored cultrr cultrrfflorcd countryexplored
explored fflorcd A great Ireat era of prosperity prosperiy In II In full fullHwlng ful fullmwng
Hwlng Iwlnl an tony tnll possibility Posslblltr In this thl wonderful wonderfulcountry wonderrulcounlry wonderfultountry
country countryint counlry1m tountrylilt
lilt 7T II irurIs rs ACCI7 I7 THE TIP CITL CITLT CIL CILT csrzTo
To T J Hnvn In 913000 SI2IOO n Yenr Inr e8r nnil 111 imu1 a 1 ririonnfn ririonnfnut lauonI
ut II tlin Filth Illh Aveinir AVUUf Church ChurchThe Chnrlh Chnrlhhe ChurchThe
The he llcv Hc Dr John Dixon Dlon assistant a lstnl secretary secretaryot secretar secretarof
of the th Board ot Home 101 Mlfdons occupied oa uPled the thepulpit thepulpit timepulpit
pulpit nt the tht Fifth Fih Avenuo Presbyterian lrobrllrlan Church Churchyesterday Churh1511rdo Cimurhyesterday
yesterday 1511rdo and ald announced Ilnouneel that thu th Itcv Dr DrGeorge Drtorae Irleorge
George torae T Purves Iures of Princeton lrlncElon had accepted acceptedthe acpePlel1thl acreptelthe
the thl unanimous ullnlmou call cal from the congrugatlon COnallnton to tobeoome tobl tobteome
beoome bl ome pastor tor of th timi church churchThe churchle ciuiurebTime
The le following rolowlDI letter was U received on Satur Saturday Saturnr Saturday ¬
day dayTo dayTo nr nrTo
To tlit Ih m temmijiioniri Loiiar o of tfls A he tifl 1 Ifmt 4rrnb4 Vribytf Tubvr TubvrriM Jsesbylenih VribytfiRn
riM Chrch CPurch t er Iork IorkII lork lorkBsiiuummusTlmt
II iRn t ItariniiiUi nntln BsiiuummusTlmt This ii 1 to fornully ormal notify noU yuu yuuthat TuUtld yuuthist
that tld I ar arpt arept pt tho call cal of th the Fifth Wh A Annue nu Irnhyle Irnhyleran hrh71fao
ran Chuirh ubjvt imb Jrt to time Ile approval nlpronl of o my m Irciby Ircibytory IrbyIprr 1rbrtQrT
tory In taVIni 1 amtn lnc till Ih irtlou arloll I an al cs triiMlnif Iutno in Goli Golicui 001 0015ulu Ootuilan
5ulu cui uilan burr nut nil lops Lo and bdidTt btl e that Ills 11 UetKlnii UetKlniiwill lleMJItngwilt
will 1 be krlven 11n a 8 fts the ttM 11 nf I fits Is favor ator both to the thaChurch theClull timeClmurtli
Church Clull an Inllo ant > l to UK lt future ptitor ptitorIt pulorI
It I i me tiotnr nt UT M tf iurnn ltnDlto urrenter < l r the work In which for for1hpaitmn fortho forthld
1hpaitmn tho pI seven v n Tan I 111 hurt been btn Iflippllr IIPlr f nuuirnij encsgsdbrmt nuuirnijbut owld owldbUll
but bUll I b bu have > ve lieon hled Im m led to time 11 conviction ronvlclol that It li I I Oodi Oodiwill 00 Oodstii <
will 1 tii that tbal I accent reel Its tb paitorate palorale to which blcl your con conKrrgstlon Cln conrcgtton
Krrgstlon 1 alon hut nlth lb to 0 much cordiality cortlaUlr Invited m mI mo moI meI
I shall hal nut bf b aM a1 how bnwf however r r to loltiln tgln prracblni pracblni for fory or orI
y 3 U I regularly rlhrllnll until April Apri on account acrolll of my pre frult frulttnlo prsnt prsnteflmVgcmlntI irnt irntrpitsiicmsnti
rpitsiicmsnti rpitsiicmsntiPraying tnlo eflmVgcmlntIlraytng tmnU tmnUlSIyln
Praying lSIyln bat srare rare men Ilerlr usurer y and ald pico may ma b be upon uponim UpOI upon51e
im all 31 I am Stucf Slncrel relr your ynuriIltiscrroN your1nmrTo Olr
IltiscrroN Jnl Iuo Dec li 2 OionaiT 1IOnOE T Pciivrs PciivrsDr r Prav PravDr vrs vrsUr
Dr Purves Informed Informlll tho Pesslon eol of the Fifth FifthAvenuo tlh tlhhcnuo FifthtvcnuG
Avenuo tvcnuG Church that tltt he would 10uid preach rlch there on onSunday on8lndlY onSumnday
Sunday 8lndlY Jan 14midon I 14 nn armul < 01 omi upmo some Sunday 811dr In 1eb 1ebruory lebrunry pb pbrunr
ruory ruoryAt runr runrAt runryAt
At the congregational conrNnlooll mooting mootnl of Deo co 20 Olt OltWW It Itwasaicrotdloqlvo itwas
was wasaicrotdloqlvo Ilrlllllo agreed to elm the now psstor fa8101 1JMX 1 OOO a aysar 0Ylr ayear
year WW Ylr und nld a par Laronags 110 onnee onnl fr fro free of rent rClt and BIII also n o to totnenee 10tnlnl tongnme
tnenee nn nsulstant 1Ilall to hiln him himTtieltev himIh him1tme
tnlnl Ttieltev 1tme 11ev In Dr r OeoniTvboutrurveu Ieormm Tebout lvbouIInr Iuirvus M was born bornIn bornIn bornin
111 11ft
In Ih riillmlolphla on Sept 17 7 1KW IM and nlli wns wnsgrnduiiteil wn wnIrallull1 wumsgradustei
grnduiiteil lhtalolIhIB at the th Oi tnlvcrnltr lIIor llr ol r 1lno11111 iemnylvariia iemnylvariiawtmmui nn ylvnnla ylvnnlawhen
Irallull1 when he h wan twenty years old 011 The lhl tollowlnc tollowlncyear 1010wSn 1010wSnllr followirmuYear
wh1
year ho entcnd the ho 1rlnccton Irluoton Theoli fl rpmeOtgiesI rpmeOtgiesIFemttmarv CIIIIKI CIIIIKIIomIIAr lonl lonlhcmlnarv
hcmlnarv llr He WI1 VM va t gradunted Irllloll tlnni In II IMYUwnnurdulned 1M71 IMYU IM7uJwac
wnnurdulned IomIIAr 1 wac rllllnj rmimulnpc1 I rnlnUtorn fll htor I year velr later Ilter mid ntl lncamn lncamnlMtorot hCIIO hCIIOIat tlcSmmSCIastor
lMtorot Iat Iastor r 01 the th Presbyterian Ithrtcrlnn Church II at t WnYlp WnYlpwhlr nyn nynJa nyne nyne1s
remained until 1HHO when h hA hAIil hevemt <
Ja 1s whem whlr h lie nlallsI Ilt IHU whl j jwent
went Iil to Hilllmore In n 1W 1Rti 1 ho took lool charge ehlle of ofthe oftl oftime
the Firs lallrore 1resbyterlnn Church Chlrh ot rittshurunnil rittshurunnilhs 111llrl Itttutmumrm 111 111h mini minihe
hs tl h rttniilned rcrnlnplI Iri IrhyIArlnn thereuntil thRA there unti imntil 1 1MI2 Ml Mil i when he h accepted acceptedthe BelflI 1 1th
the th ohalr chlir of New Testament Ttstlmnl lltHr Itrlnrn tttrmmttmru tur at atrrincHton lt ltPrlnplol atJrineetoiu
rrincHton Prlnplol rncHon University lllvrlr ne nera A year ar later he h beciimi lpplmn becismaetor
ra lrlncon lrlnconIIUS 0 n aetor < tor of tha tie First lrt Presbyterian Ire8bFIJrlan Church of ofInixfBTos oflrlncon
InixfBTos IIUS TOS N I D 111 lIce e Ml 1 ti At 1 time tln ooqo e 00 of ofhl orhli ofhis
hl his sermon rmon < thin mornlni morlin Dr Ir 1iirvi 1lrvl c paid RII that thath
h hud felt unbounded nnbouloll sorrow nrl at II the thought thoughtof
111pl
of leaving hU hi piisiornte IIilOlftl In th > church anil 1111 his hisprofeworthliiln hlilrrr hisvroremmsurmto
profeworthliiln Ilalnl CrhI11In in the thl seminary 8 He I said 8nll how however hOlv11lr however
ever lrrr 11lr that h would not leave 1riccotnn In Inseveral 11 inpeverni
several Ilvrollonths IlvrollonthsIr months monthsDr monthslr
Dr Wlkoff lkol nnd RIII Dr Green Crln two of the th trustees trusteesof trlotll trusteeof
of Ir thn church chlrch Mid that the awptinco totha tothaesll to th the theby
esll by Dr r lurve Iunp meant mOlt n serious Iorlol blow to toIrlncoton 10Ir toIrineetnru
lal
Irlncoton Dr Ir Purses 1ur In nn Interview to toulRhtnald tozmight
ulRhtnald ulRhtnaldI zmight ht Inll sail sailI
11 I fool pl that tha I Imve hnv before toro me I mn a creat < rtt reat work workWhile workVhmtte vorl
While I 1111 have accepted RCCIIII the Ih call eBI I will wil remain r lnn In InPrinceton Inrrlnclon InPrtncton
Wll Princeton for sonic time The Th resolution resolutionpresented resolltolu resolltoluprfsentelll reeoiutioiminreentei
presented prfsentelll nreentei me somti 01 time lme tme ago 110 by the th seminary seminaryhave smIIIY smIIIYhlve seminaryhave
have touched mo very or much luph nnd nUl I lope Inp timt timtyou Ituustyou
tOlllwl
you hlve bI bfor 1 nee e m mJnolulnof mhtoCuluitlOflaO In Illh the right flht light luht the vast 1llt at Hold of labor laborI labr labrbI laborbfor
I htoCuluitlOflaO > olutlonsor ricrct rlrpl will vtIJlrltn Indrawn Lu drawn up lP by the thomember 11 thememhr
member mllhro Jnolulnof of the church ehurlh and 111 by my the th faculty rneultIII und undstudents ummdatuients
students llllenls of the seminary seminaryiriv amlllry amlllryJrlIWI seminaryIFIXIC11
iriv JrlIWI IFIXIC11 oir i > atnniMi IFO iris 11 A r IBtTIST IBtTISTSimunshitr IITlr IITlrSlR rcsr rcsrSinnnlier
Sinnnlier SlR hlr Explain Tlmt Thil lie I tins IR Nn Vte for forttie rnrII fortime
time II KlrhMrnt JlrhSnt to lull Inl In Think ThinkJacob ThInkJpob TimirukTaCOt
Jacob Jpob Ioie Poll who ho on Saturday hBhtllr night nllht broke brkn a awindow 1 1window awindow
window In Mr Iynclis ynchlllwpllr jewelry store tor At Ilroad Ilroadway Ironl Ironlway hirnalway
way and alil Fourteenth Iorl nth street by I throwing thrwln a lump lumpof IUIII
of frozen earth Plrlh thinnch IhlOIh It was sent to jail Jai In Indefault II IIIrlll inmlefaumt
default Irlll of olIIln paying nflnu n 1m hit In theJofforson time JerIAOn JeiTeison Market MarketpollOL Mnrkt101k Inkt InktIolp
pollOL court yentenlny yentenlnyIdlil rllfrIA1 yesteriiriyI
Iolp Idlil I ii tmt It h hI said nl1 when w hn told tnFpeakiiplii to sPak k 1111 mm I I am his hisown hl hlOIVI ii Is Isnymm
own 111111 hohalf 11m i nra fuMv ld reHpoiisIM fIol Ilo for wlmt lmt I Idid II
did OIVI I but ilont consider cOI my lyr in y cc Hif f guilty gum ull II t y I liar IIHVHnouyHfftr 1111 liarto
nouyHfftr 11 to 111 ul 1 i rr frt tho t to ri r M fy y nillim nt in wan wal n Protest tirtittstnnAKjIieniiin IWIl11 IWIl11halAI
1 halAI nnAKjIieniiin h mm who 111 lii nadn 1alI mule ttu t ii nm Rrf1 C rrt l wns UID UIDrllltl In Inellned t 0 0oil
ellned oil ume I lolillll1 tieii I ruilmist lderthemnn I h imi Int1Irrt inn ii IrrmpoiiHlbloor i rres TNmsl blo or hl hliff ii I Illln Is Ishot
hot rllltl llln inn nC but hit Mmciirite IiII 1111lral git rat Iool I ot rntured I tiUi uIplI ii in II to look at attims II IIth 1 1thiMitreiiii
thiMitreiiii th tims oifemt In ihit I lighl lighlriietnanltdaiiirei Iohl I
The riietnanltdaiiirei milan 1IIt Iituiiseim 1 > uii ulh the Magistrate Inflstmto KII KIII al I IThlan I Iknow
I know Thlan the Ih elis 111 iVll They I hv will fl viim rnl rol > us aoif wi u i iif I II
if I t they I gi ld l n f sue hanee IInl mm mini they 11 S urn Ir rc niveril 1Ilr tmve r e si siIll i iHI I
HI 0 llnll I finfll until timer tll Imvn hII nied 11011 nndheen ansi hccn ailghr ailghrI Ulhr I
1 I hn h I flue nl thw Ih one1 Dil DilJIIII1 omie omie4mIkesI i iliili
4mIkesI liili JIIII1 > kf Iliinle 1111 to Plneliur r lrl l N Nvia Xvia c cvm
1cnnnTlvanU J k Sniithnn Kallwsr I J l lu Lesss ve S sw swYork w wTort work
via vm nD1Ivnb J
Tort ork 4 sni r l MnrrtveWn 1 orr rdos Ilnbn1 PtnImnrst Uur tfnllii rnlntn fnIiuwtnm lnirraoniliB mnIr mcnI mcnI1locl
1 1locl ocJu 4ew hrk ko2lca71 ocol lrltwo rjdw4sLis
DIN MUFFLES THE CHIMES CHIMEStA CHIMES1ANTIU ChIMESI4N24514
1ANTIU I4N24514 tA off J rrfr ittnvxAsn ittnvxAsnniCKKTI 2WUUW flVRNL flVRNLGIucir
niCKKTI f1 7 TIIK rur YRttt rlf 1000 1000Its DnoI DOOits
Its I the th Only Onl Time Youll Tuul Catch Cate Wbltf Wbltfllnlrnd Wblt WhIt WhIthlnird
llnlrnd Inlred New Ni Yorkers orkfr Men 11u anti nil Women Womenlllonlng Womenfllunlnt ompn ompn110IDI
lllonlng 110IDI Into Ilo Four tour Feat Fel nl Tin anil anilnoticing anel1oellnl nui nui1otglng
noticing 1oellnl Cabin Cars Cnr for fun 11 iiuiYoung iiuiYoungtuvo Yonng YonngLitre Tonn TonnIeno
Litre Walks Abroad With Wih th the hl Rest ReitWith Rrl RestWith
With tin tn horns big bll and little llle with ratchet ratchetrattles ratchetratel ratchetrattles
rattles ratel with wih blank blllk cartridge cartrdae and ald the utmost utmostpower utmotwer utmostpoweroftimehumnan
power poweroftimehumnan wer ot the human hUlln voice voiceftiargepart ft large larnar part of New NewYorks N Norks NewYOrks
Yorks orks population populaton went wlnt down dawl to Trinity Church Churchlast Ohurh OhurhIlt Churchlast
last Ilt night to welcome welcomt the year 1000 100 Inspector Inspectorllrooks InPctor InPctorJrookl InspectorUrooks
llrooks Jrookl and Capt Westervelt Wutenel policemen plctlen who whohavngrowtiitray whohave bo bohI
havngrowtiitray hI have IrOlllry growzs gray keeping keplnl New Nc Years Year crowds crowdsout crowdsoutoftroubieaay
out outoftroubieaay of trouble nay that they thuoye saw 11 no noaiiingo noaiiingoin falling falni off offIn or
In the observance obervloco of the custom Atone Atonl lull lul In IDtheJhorn Inthehor inthe1morn
theJhorn thehor blowing blollol last night nllM Capt CaptWeetervelt Westervelt Weterlelt an announced annouuced announcod ¬
nounced that for fortheflrst theflrst the nrst time tlmoll In his experience experiencehe eprlenoe eprlenoebe
he had heard tho chime But down oon In II Rector Rectorstreet Retor Retorstrt Eectorstreet
street under uldcr tho walls wal of tile te Efalre Elre bu bsLLIng bsLLIngthe iin iinthn nl
the th sound ot the th chimes was I caught calint fin finfleeted n nffcted nly4 nly4ected
fleeted ffcted down so clearly that not all al the horn hornblowing hornblo111 hornblowing
blowing blo111 and shouting Ahoutn could drown out a single singlenote singlenote Inlle Inllenote
note Generally Oencrlr though the crowd heard heardlittle hOlrd hOlrdItto heardlittle
little Itto of the th rauilo of the bells be The Thl cola celebration coloblallou colatuation ¬
bration except for the racket and nd th thtenilincy the thetinlller timetenulaucy
tenilincy tinlller of young men gathered In Innumbers Innumberl innumbers
numbers numberl to form lying Irlnl wedges wlIru was waiquite WI wasquite
quite Quie orderly orerlr The he police pol e had orders ordersto orr
to Interfere with nothing 110thlnl that was 13 good goodnatured KoodIlturd goodaetured
natured Ilturd and all had hld little lite to do beyond helping helpingn hellu hellun <
n htnall mal army am of Metropolitan Mctrotoltan Hallway Rllwar em emrloyuespull emrl011lS emyloyues
rloyuespull rl011lS yloyues tul pull folks out of the way of the slow slowmoving slo slomovln slowmoving
movln moving cable car carWhen ca carsWhen
When tho Trinity clock clok stood BtOOt at 12 there therewere thlre thlrewer tImerswersu
were between bet on ten tel and fifteen thousand thoulnd people peoplein
in lower Broadway Droalwor and Ind the cross oro streets streetsMany alrots streetsMany
Many hundred hund dt of them had hld been there thet since sinceio
10 oclock o lock and beforo Folks coming cOllna down town towne to toI towiassemmrly
e I ssemmrly early as a 0 oclock oclok found street cars car that thatusually thatu thatusually
usually u ualy carry only one or two possen possenKern paaensmer I Iel
Kern smer el below hllow Eighth EIIhth street at that thattime thattime I
time tlUI uncomfortsblycrowded The dram Con Central Contrul Contrul ¬
trul station Ratollllli nnd nil tho ferries rerle poured crowiU crowiUof crowlll crows a aof
of cheerful clItlful ouburhatm Flhurhtlil Into tno th city clr Their Theirpurpose The 1 r r11UrfOse ypurpose
purpose and ald their Ih tiucirdeetinatioum lr domination dlnalol was TM marked markd by bytha byth8 b bthe
the 11UrfOse tin tn horns hors they brandished blnntl hd orthst or that peepod peepodsedately peopol poepo poeposedately
sedately edatlly out from under overcoats and cloaks cloaksA clokA
A man Uln of unusually unuuKIY powerful lolrrlul mentality mentalitymight 11laltr nietslttummight
might 1111ht have been ablo Ibll to hear hlimelf hiluel think th nk In inlroadwrmy
llroadway IJrldwl1 below lelolv Cortlandt Crtaullt street before 11 11oclock 1 11oclock
oclock oclok After AlAr that thlt hour until uut halfpast hlllt la laoclock 1 1ocloe
oclock 0 cloct he could not have hn dons anything Inlhlns of tIme thoport th thfol tImesort
port titronalunged Ilrolllunlp1 men mln 10M with bales hnle and andboxes andbop andboxes
fol boxes ol horns hOlH between b IIC1 thulr legs lels Blood Bloodalone stoodaionq loudnon
alone non every street ilret through thrulh whlfn whl tho crowd crowcticJUITriaoti crowdcuhl crowdscutih
cJUITriaoti cuhl rlAh ratm Or Trinity 1rlnlr Trinimyand and ftlternnteUenrspllttlng ftlternnteUenrspllttlngblasts nloTntpd alternated fnrlttnl enrsplttting
blasts of heir horn with wih the hoarselybawled hoarselybawledInformation hOlrRSIYbalcl hOlrRSIYbalclInlormaton tioaraalyljawiedInfurmatloms
Information that the passerby could havo
Inlormaton tha tl8orby any anyone nlY nlYone anyone
one ot the Ihl remaining relolnlni stock for the ridiculous ridiculousuuil rlleulous1IIIIunllpIllte
uuil 1IIIIunllpIllte Inadequate sum SUI ot live cent centThe cenllhe cents1hs
The purchase IHIhaoe and consoientloiit lunollntol use USI of the theliorns theIlorns timehorns
horns was WII almost almolt oul universal InlVrso They varied In Innlz inI7is
11 nlz I7is < from the thl thicocr thlco cr four Inch souawkyhorn8 souawkyhorn8that sl1uawkv horns hornsthat hornsthat
that women and an girls IlrlA buy to put on Christ Christmas ChrislmaJ Christalas ¬
alas maJ tree to the scorn s or of those for whom whomthoy whomttmoy hom homtbor
thoy ems IrO Intended to great I fourfooters rourfootl with withtht wllhthe withtlm
the tlm roar of the fog ros Ir whistle whiltio of an ocean oceanliner ocssnmliner
liner Iler There hre were men mIl carrying carrln horns OCtAll and andblowing anI anIbl11In anblowing
blowing bl11In thorn who h had long 10nlbll wultn bcardf IJlr and andwho andwho
who supported IPIorllll whltithalred hlhlired women onlo on 01 their theirfr thllr thrtfrecarms 1rr
fr frtarmR frecarms a arras They hr looked ns R It I they wero old oldonnugh 0 11 11nBulh t tonriugim
onnugh nBulh to know kno batter beler and nli knew klew It I aol were werotirourt wereproud
proud Ilroul of It I And time old 1 tIi ladltgiggled lallls ladles Ilfll gtglet 1 ant nndborrowed nnltorrowe antborrowel I
borrowed orrowe tho horns hors for an occasional ocalol1 toot and nnddodged nne anddodged
dodged uOllled cable IBbll cars with wih the enthusiasm lthuslo m of the thumojt th thIUO1 the1unt
mojt rwk rt rIt leh Ie lei5 girl Ilrlll In the th crowd crowdThera crowdrhere
Thera 1 here were wlrlololrpckluo louof totofrecless reckless girls Girls Orl worn worntlurn WMt1fA weretimern
tlurn t1fA who 1hI didnt Illnl havo hn any young lln inun Iln und undtllilnt Inll itniltilslmmt
tllilnt 11111 want walt uny llF but reserved rCi r tlm Ih right rlht to toblaittho toIlast toblast
blaittho Ilast blast time car ar drum out 011 of theh Ile the had adof of any limo lonoman 1010 1010mal limoOman
man who wandered wlndprCl within llhll ruach rtReh There hre were wernlong werAIon wereIsmns
long mal Ion rows of boys and men 111 lined II up with their theirbaiks timdrbmka
1 baiks I b against IIllnt th time bnllilngs I on the Nut euttnlduot NutIut eastside
nlduot side Iut of Broadway Irolwoy II whonpeut who LlI uspeut pelt nl all al thrlr th lr time 1mI try tryInatumake tl tlIni tryin
Inatumake in to mlkc nuiko women womtl xiueil IJUU1 by blowing towlnl horns hornspUiee hornaItt hornsrmmrsi
pUiee Ini Itt to 0 thlr b lr Iar ar nrs Thn 1hn women 1r n who whoI Thc
I 1 cscnrM cabtd lnl abI < 11 thrlr af irtin nrri nrriid n numaiii 11 I
id the men mel Liaghsrt 1lh and nll tooted back backnt lack lackOt backt
nt Ot t the ttm disturbers I turupr Tho women who whohud who1III ho hotA1
hud tA1 II no 10 fl nsiwrt nlrt d 11 d I their own OWI rtAliatlng rtAliatlngII rtliatnl
II 1 any alY young lOln man IAn attempted nttcOrll to pusli IIb the th ox oxohnngeol e echhnl exshmtngeet
ohnngeol chhnl 01 raillery to an 11 noauafntnnen ICIIalnlnnNI ho 11 re received rpc yeeevesl ¬
ralerr
ceived c Plllhl the scorn Mcor not only of the objects obcctl of his hisHttentlon hi hiIleltln IsIst
Httentlon Ileltln t telit ion hut ot nil 11 the L ito I miii 111 nnd Inl mm 0 ml boys hOI who whohaw whoIaw mc ho hoaw
Iaw haw aw him hll Th 1hl rtma sprlt APrl ot o carnival cllnlrnl was over overevi ovurovryhh overurryhdy
evi ovryhh > ryhody und Inlllt It was 1 w respected repoctedUntil rfrclf respectedUntil
Until H lew w minutes before ttlOII the > arrival of the thenew tll timenew
new UIIII year linen Inl of boy bOI11 boys In single slnll file fit from forty fortyto
to 11 lull u Ktrona Mlrnl wound lounll aero ner across and 1111 up and 111110111 111110111irlalwlT down downIlrovhvn dimwithroaiwsiy
Ilrovhvn irlalwlT in 1110rkAtpll loekstep tooting toolnl horns hor in 11 unison unisonThe unliOIhl unioisihi
The ihi police broke up those lines lurA ns thuy wnre wnrejostling wrJONlinl mvreJoslitni
Ihl polee I
jostling JONlinl too many peoplu in the 11 tii morn 10rt crowded crowdedMnteof crollllll crolllllltal erotcuielstntus
Mnteof stntus tal 01 the tl street Mrct Jlny Isn5 al of those who came cameparlies cnl1 catmisparItet
parlies Irll took upHtation up stations Ialnn from which hleh they thp did didnot didmuot ld
not 101 move 10VI until Inlllh the racket Ilklt was 1 all 01 over ollr overwore Theso Thesowore 1 ho howml
wore wml fathers rat hers with wih lance lalN fnmtis or mr r couples of ofyoung orrOUIK ofyoung
young people who wim slmd setned > > emed to earn ean moro loro for forlooking rorlolnl forlohinn
rOUIK 1011
looking lolnl nt lt each other ollr than for observ observing oh oimeersir tn ¬
ing In ir man In the th fucKrgt alrIU For such ns nsth 1 I Ithese
these th s them thpr are Irp a surprising Olrrrilin number Ill umummnbrof r i iof I
of frannifsund HnDI erannies A IuIl huh receRfin relA recess 10 the Ih stone fronts rrlnl of ofHkywruper orOkrMrlplrA ofskyuritper
Hkywruper OkrMrlplrA such ueh 10 as the th Suruty unl building hullllon1 and andnround antarrimnd I IIrnlld
nround Irnlld utoriti tol doors ooor Wall Wi street sr cl dark dllk as M1lleh aslItili j jtilteh
tilteh held more tecicstrlins I fPBlrlanl ujsstriana thnn thll It does at atrnilJay l atmutiny
mutiny HI its busiest buI t tunes New l street streetstnniieas streetetrtne lrl l lIlrnoe
stnniieas Ilrnoe etrtne Imlloy ao 11 suoh I uoim uses 18S may AF seem Sllr to those who whoknow whl vh vhknow
know It by L daylight laFlllt wan Wa much resorted to by byspoony I byep000y
spoony oony pair pairCnrriaue rnlrACurrlalclvlh pairCarriamtes
Cnrriaue Currlalclvlh with liveried IIrle1 coachmen coachlel and Ind foot footimn lootnsn
imn picked their thlr way into the crowd Iro crow 11 In limo thowake Iht limovmuke
wake 11 ol cable Iall wars mtrs HI nt Interviild iDIfII The h Incessant Incessantroar Ilccqsnnt Ilccqsnnttoar tuucessantroar
roar and Inll inrrlng inrlnl 8iuiuK 11 of the horns hMOI shrove roo tin tinhorses Ih Ihor timeluoress
horses or s almost n mOBt frantic rranle Hnmu Iomu ot thu occu occupant OCI oscuLmunt4 ¬
pant of thesn carriages carllRI08 went Into the thnoftlCH Ihoomct theoftlcs
oftlCH omct buildings bllhlill und uld from rrm brilliantly brilliantlyDented btllllth btllllthlilhl brttllnniylbiutkl
Dented windows Illlow fur above heard this thuearthly Ih Ihoarthly thisearthly
lilhl earthly eounilH unl In decreased Il1crla ed volume olul while whiletliMuhfmes whie whietwchlres whiletlmusciutmes
tliMuhfmes were almost allusl too near ocarto to bo ll heanl hfAnlln hfAnllncom In Incomfort incotniort
comfort com twchlres forI Other prfferrtd to be b driven drlvrthrolch driventhrimimeb I Ithrough
through throlch the surging urhll crowd enjoying Pljohll time thopeople Iho1eolll timeioople
people It vaj wa clearly cIfArly apparent that thatthe thathI thattims
1eolll I
the hI populace enjoyed enjoyc them t IU Noses Nosnswere Noseswere OM OMor
were or fopulnce flattened led against 1 0118t the carriage carriagewindow earrlutI earrlutIIvludow carrisugswimmiows
window tlt while whie vivid vlld descriptions dcerlIloO of those thosswltlilu IhooeTlhlu thosewithin
within Tlhlu were lere loudly 10ldlr Announced Innouncr to t such AICh n nwurc nWnle awisre
wurc not near l1ar rnoiiKh 11011h to see 01 One On young youngmini YUlns younginimli
mini of 0 bias1 hiMI expression ex slon came down > own town 1011 In 11 u ubrilliantly I abrilliantly
111 brilliantly lighted I hi I automobile 8UIOIObt0 with a mighty mightygood mllhr mtstutriool
good brihaDt looking 111111 I gIrl Ilrl who Oho wu Wil was radiant mllalt In a aimmeworkof 1 isfmutmnewerk
immeworkof 1001 01 gray cr furs Half Hli a minute mll110 after afterthe IUlr IUlrth aftertime
the Illpwork th cAb enttrel eI14f1 the thick ot tho crowd crowl th thyoung thrOUl1 tbyoung
young man climbed cltumm hl out UI nail hotly hotr commanded commandedtin commaldl commaldlth
tin th rejoiced rOUl1 nioturmnn lolorrllllu mll lillnrlouHly lillnrlouHlyQhu tuhtariouslyThe to turn InU oil the tll light Ilht The ho crowd crowdrejoleod prd prdrrjolpcd crowdrejoiced <
The ht uproar hlnriouilr hlnriouilrht reached rcnlhel Its ls height hellh at five fiveminutes nAmlnltes fivemInutes
minutes mlnltes upMr of 11 1 nnd nlil iontltiuod Iollluol until untl the new newyear lelV lelVenr flesvrear
year enr wan WI five minutes Ilnut old But lu very nrr few fewknew II furknew
knew when whln tho hour hud com cor I Almost Almostno
no Inew onnpenmcd on one Pomed seemed to tr be looking 1001111 up lP nt th church churchHook churchclock hurchIlnek
Hook 11 Ilnek Everybody tooted his worst wor t until Int this tlmpolice II IIpolee thispoilce
police announced Innounlpd that Ihlt It wa WI was all 1 over olr and andthen nld nldI aolthen
polee rush for tho Ih transportation lines linnsAt linesAt
then I hIl cninen cnm n rlih Irnlll > rtAton In InA
At A 1 ocionk oclor1 lowr Broadway IrnlllBF was 04 as a I It always alwaysIs nlwll i iII
Is II nt tlmt thlt hour hlur of tIme morning morningPeter morllnl mormuingIcIer
Peter Illem of of1 HO MuilNon IRIon street slPII and Charles CharlesIalrwell ChArl ChArllnlrol Cimarlealalrwell
Ialrwell lnlrol HIIA of II Hfi t I Kast EII Fifth Fith mfth street trlet wero Wlrl arrented arrentedIn Irr IrrII <
In II thn Ih crowd orowll for hammering hammcllli one Oll another Ilolhrr nur nurIh rr ivert rrthe
the Ih t lie bend IIallln In I n wrath wrist rlth Ii with lh tiiflr t Ii e I r tinhorns 11 I in hor tmorns This Thiswa Thlfl Timimsvas
wa vas fl the most serlomma erlou disorder dlorlur tlmt thlt came lam to totlm totl totime
time attention of the police policeThe polce polceh policerh
tl The rh h aleltll crowd erOnl that gathered IRthr1 about Iholt St 11 141Andrewms 141Andrewmslrotestant Andrew AndrewProtestant Aldrow Aldrowlrottnt
Protestant Episcopal Chunh ut lt IJth 12 u him street streetand Alrpetand streetant
and lrottnt Ilfth avenue tntmel 1101 was WB thn thl largest Ilrlpot In th this hU hUlory hi hilory littory
lory Illh of Ir the church They were fully rul lOtnW lOtnWthero IUWI iOituicople
icople cnllp there Iblro nnd nlll I til him tin majority IIAorlty of sf them hud hudinrti liiilmortm4 I Ilor
lmortm4 inrti and any other rther Implement Irplrell that thatcould IhAtco111 Itmateoumii
could lor add a lio to times th general Ipnltl din ln Capt Cnll hheehim hheehimhad thlehnl Pheeimmtthaul
had a < full lul platoon from rrol time 110 Kast aut IHth l2sitimstreet lh lhtrot I Istr
str trot ot rmlice station Itnllon and 111 had hlll souse lit littie l timtie
tie illfueulty Ully In preferring order The ThoclumiK Thechumm rhochlm
chlm clumiK I 1r s wnrurung WlI wir rlnl rung byI br J drnut rlt raLt 8r tr and htiguvn htiguvnalong hI lie 110 110a gave gavea
along a lonl lone pMgrammo Thidlunf Vhs h el diii II of the Ih horns hor pn pnvented Irlrl prvsntesi
vented Irirnmro tho 111145 mom lrl than thln a I block away wnv from lrm the thnchurch theehurch timechurch
church from hearing hArlll any of tht music of tlm tlmhelm thnIIII tim
helm IIII At t midnight mllnhlhl wtun wh hn fl this Ih programme programmecalled procrimmeeahled flrarm flrarmrnlfd
called rnlfd for fo this th Iorg 1011 Metro 1 lr Doxologyon 111 Iexo1osy OiY on time thnchimes Iholn timecimintee
chimes th the din raio to Its I it loudest 1IIIf I for foras as 8 noon noonas Ioon IoonI coorsas
as time first 11r t ln notes lmfltt of tie th wellknown Ivlklo1 s hymn hymnreached hrmnhol hmynmnrtnctmet
I reached IIA hol the Ih eur Plr ol thn people In 11 the Iht crowd crowdeveryone cr1111 cr1111ryone crnwuiSVr000
everyone ryone tried fo fiM r If I he hI couldnt make Inkl a allttlomore 0litle alittle
llttlomore litle little mere noise noll than Ihll Ills II neighbor npllhr The Th pro progriimmn progrmummns
griimmn lastnl for a hull hnl hour The h chime chimebegan chll11 chll11blnn ctmttrmsbeitnum po potrlm
trlm began night blnn ringing rllnl nt t lilt 111n ttfteoum fMI minutes rlrUI before mid midnight Ild IldnlKhl mliinight ¬
nor II OHIII oI AIU < iov in xor OJ I inaii inaiiIlli m i II iiliii I IlIh
Illi lletiirn Snres 011 She th Insnrnnre Cumpnny CumpnnySIDOCO CsmmpmnyiiOtO umpRny
SIDOCO iiOtO Wlurh hllh Ilnil Hern II Paul Inl herr herr1os IvrrIns hrrJn
Ins Jn ANORLRH Cnl Dee 1 Im It HiAaron 11 trsroum Wolf Wolfohn Wolrohn SVoifpotimi
ohn of Kt I Louis took out a policy for 11UUOO 11UUOOIn f 10000In iOflI iOflIin
In lIst > New W York Life Llf InsiiruniM Company Companyon oumupttmy oumupttmyOtt
on March 1H last On Inly 10 his hi father fatherIn
In St I Louis recrlvoil word from Los IosAngus 10 10rlllu LosArmgss
Angus rlllu that his hl son Hnl was dead having havingcommitted havlnicorn imayttugeomml
committed corn mlllp1 wielio < irhl her Kvldencu 1vlI DctI was wasproiliuvd Ia symmiurn I
proiliuvd urn ttmstl to show that I mmm I tho t to dead I eiul man flu ii was wasVof In In01l11hll waSotsnimn
01l11hll Vof ohn The Th Insiiranon w 1 wmms 1I11 paid 1 lIt tn the thepiiiiin theuuhmuitolstrator
piiiiin 111011 udmlnlxtrator 1IJI1IDI trallr b iure re but befoni the themoney tiu tiuruolulo
money could bn t bi turned over i tlin yoiinir yoiinirIIIIIIIM yolmmmg4
IIIIIIIM 1111111 4 liiinlly fms tn 0 II v Anrnn sum lIrnn null wi w rnported ro roirt nh to havn bwn bwnn i iC
n rn 11 In ft rhiiigo f The 1h disonry was iimih > by byan 1 byaim 1 1on
an uncle rcmiini r llinl In it this Ihl uI city Ity trrlln unit tlm II young youngnimiV soujgtimaums
nimiV 1111111 pariTltis wenMiitiflid w rm nuntI On mm Aug 1111 11 I 1 At Atlornem tt ttiorum Ie IeloJrllfrtl
lornem iorum V MiliuiidHiln iIh m4i ti 111111 mm mid H II iii of M Louis Lou a wired mvmrt I to th thheadiiuarters IhhrilIIUarltrr I ii iitiruiltltirtsrs
headiiuarters hrilIIUarltrr of theNwVirk Ih thut 1 lIr lurk Life ln InurAn irmurmmnCummputmw urnme urnmeCnmiinnr I
Cnmiinnr whih nt IIl0nel one IOnIC mI n iieinitnl on I thu thutrator thoIU1dlmllilrlltor tim timelrmmuistratOr
IU1dlmllilrlltor elrmmuistratOr trator I Inr r SlMJUO 1l1iiVI lm ninouni ninouniol I
ol 0 I tlHliKiiraiiPon tI I It 1Iuranll I iismi mime 1111 VYoirijoliiif ol 01 rmlimm hll a life lifeVi III III1I11hll I I Ia Iaife
Vi 1I11hll > lfi ife < > imum iiiarrivril nrrVld mtrs vd lirru im e rum lutit i 1 ti last I ruSt uiuh ii mm h with wit Im ik ikChicago a11I s sCtuuunmo
Chicago 11I al ditectiv t tclI II says tin Ii has been In InIurnpu In1UIIIIU inIursuu
Iurnpu and ritiinieil nlnrn only ft week iso He HeilUelalmn II IIellotllIhlll liemittiIthflms
ilUelalmn any nttomrt at fraud The local JoealagBiit lorll localagent
agent of mime Insurarici > company poslllvely poslllvelyMiiMfl po posiiivoiyiimatfl 1I Iolv Iolvfll111 I
MiiMfl d 1 the body ullv vf the th bulclde as that of ofWolfsoha ofWulboA ofSVoilxok
Wolfsoha I
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CopenhngMi lUpnrt R Rusys ys Y That We Will WillOffer VIIIOtf Willfitter
Offer Otf r 4000000 OOO for Them Themfprtinl Thllmp TImrmncpcai
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IOKPON Jan 1 1A A despatch to the Jtoily JtoilyMail aIIIVail IallyMail
Mail from Coi Copenhagen > enhagen sari 83 that tha time tb sale ale of otDenmarks ofDenmark
Denmark West Indian Island to the theUnited theUnltcd theUnited I
United Slates Is I likely to be made A Danish Danishsea DllnlehcRltaln Danishsets
sea captain named namo Christina will III BO to toWashington toWa8hlnllton toWashington
Washington this thl week to assist It In th the prepa preparation pr prearation a aration ¬
ration of Americas ofllclal offer of D price ot
14000000 The despatch add that Copt CoptChristmas OopChrltmM CaptChristmas
Christmas ha hllleoured has secured the adhesion ot Presi President Preldnt President ¬
dent McKinley Admiral AdmiralDewoyand D Veralld weyand many man Sell Senators Sellatora Seastore ¬
store
XTKJMBll PELOTJS SAFKU SAFKUtarl IJA S4UItarha rltu rltuIllIrl
IllIrl tarl In Tow To ol Two Dutch Tugs for forRotterdam fornuttrdntn forRutteruinun
Rotterdam RotterdamLONDON nuttrdntnS RutteruinunSieeial
S Sieeial W CobS 4bl D41 f to Tallln TalllnLOIIDON Tus sex sexLoNno
LONDON Dec 31 3ITbA The South American AmericanHamburg Americanllamburll Americanhamburg
Hamburg Line steamer stoamnerPeiotnswhichstrarsded stoamnerPeiotnswhichstrarsdedon Telotas Ielotolwhlchalrandtd Ielotolwhlchalrandtdon which at randrd randrdon
on Friday night near Uungenes during duringheavy duringheavy a aheny
heavy gale 11111 wa was pulled off the shore it 045 045oclock 05oolock 045oolok
oclock this niornlngand 1110rnlnlralltll1roceeded morning awl proceeded for Rotter Bolterdam Rotterdl1ln Rotterdamn
dam In tow to ot two Dutch tugs tueiOIKO tUIlIIJIIW tugsDIE
OIKO DIE Iff lS A SLKKfllO CAH CAHPresident C411lrlldllnt CAftlreaiient
President lUkrr tit the Yarmouth Steam Steamihlp 8tamblp Steamihip
ihlp Company Found Dead In nniton nnitonI 80tonDO floston1305T0
I BOSTON DO 1305T0 TON Dec St 31Iorlll Lorln E Baker ot Yar Yarmouth Yarmouth Yarmouth ¬
mouth N B president and manager of the theYarmouth thtYarmouth timeYarmouth
Yarmouth Steamship 8t lIl18hlp Company was III found founddead foouddenl founddeaul
dead this morning In a berth of one of the thesleeper theSIMPOri thesleepers
sleeper on the midnight mldnl ht train from New 1orlr 1orlrMedlcnl YorlMetllcnl YorIMemileml
Medlcnl Examiner Draper who viewed th thbody the thtbolr theboly
body said Mr Bakor probably died of heart heartfailure hearrallure heartfailure
failure or apoplexy and that an autopsy might mightrosulbly mhrhtrooslbh mightyoestbly
rosulbly bo e held heldlUuiix hlllInunu lucidIJALIIAX
lUuiix N R 8 Doe 1 oc rilThe Han L E
Bnkcr President of tho Yarmouth rileamshlp tltlamahlpJmlBllr
Company JmlBllr < who WAS found itead on a train la
Button was one on of the bestknown 1I tknown men Inthin Inthinprovince IIIthLsb inthtsprovince
province Ills b name has been rnentlonet rnentlonetfrequently rnntloo pientirmac4frequently t treQuentir
frequently ot late to ncc succeed ucce d the lion M MIllr U Upaly IIpair
pair Illr In the Governorship or this thl nrovlneo provln lie 1I 1IIllIn Hbegan
began IllIn tile n poor boy the ann on of Now e Koalanq Koalanqparents Eohmiparenta nIlIIlM1UDtA
parents In 1WM he ittrted a shipping bust bustness bu bustImeas l llIe
ness lIe and subsequently established e lahllhd the Yar Yarmouth Ymarmnnuth ar arInouth ¬
mouth 8team Bte 8trtrxmushmiim mshh hlp line II between Yarmouth and
Boston and nnu an on the roast of ofthi this thl province He HeWAS IreIM liewas
WAS married mllrrl l three time One O of hi dauth dauthters dllllhtprs dauhtera
ters It the wife wi e of Capt W T G Btopford of lh lhlloyal lIe lIe1lorlll
lloyd Navy NavyIKLTKO iBVF1lIrFn NaryIELTIt
IKLTKO XV AVJOHUnllK f
Crazy Crll11luoD Ierton From Omnhn 0111 Arreitcil In Fit Fill IIfhAIIUI FillAveumtie n nAvenue
Avenue nnd emit lid Jut In the insane Wnnl WnnlA VrlA
A man talking to himself hlm 1 and waving tin tinarms hMIIrmll li liarms
arms wildly lIdhln In the air attracted nttro ted the attentloi attentloiof I
of Bicycle > Policeman Sullivan at Fortyelxti Fortyelxtistreet I Ialreel Istreet
street nod Fifth Iilh avenue last night nld VhlIo Vh Hul Hulllvan HulIIvan liulliven
liven was watching ol hlnl the man an automoblli automobllicame automobilcame
came along The man put his hand In tilt hlipocket hlltocket tiltpocket
pocket drew tire out a beer glass IIla 1 und shloJ It at atths alIhJ iiitima
ths vehicle Bulllvnn arrested him and took tookhim toolehim nokhIm
him to the uhm Kait at 1 rlltrflrst t ntreet station where whreho vhere vhereiso
he said utI he wns Ocoree L Burgos ot Dotgu Dotgustreet DolsoIrpt floiguistreet
street Omaha Ol11l1hlllInll and was IVR staying at th time Hotel HotelIn
IRIIMtton I ito 0 Inlked BO milch abrllll 1101101115
In particular p rtlculor that the police called a doctor doctortook uloctorv1uo loelMI
whlJ d micelusremi clnl1 Ihllt the mall was 1111100 mtnm mtnmtooi
took him to Flower Ioer Hospital HospitalAt
At t the hotel It wan saul ald that Burtons hail hailbflcn hum humimestm
bflcn Moving there for four or flr flee day dUFS but butthat hutIhal titi titithat
that they knew no more about him than he hahad hehlld heimad
had told the police policeOMAHA 1 policeOatauts lIco
OMAHA Ncb cb Dec SIGeorge liuiffss Bimmess Isnii is 011 at atOmaha
Omaha mvstery 1rom Nov Xo II to Dee 1 hn hnhoarded h hihoiuru1sd
hoarded 1 rll tI with lIh a woman he im called his hi wife ire at at1li at1li alj at2J
1li 2J J Dodge htreet lrI t hero He II appeared 8l > JI3T d to ba baboardid bawell bowelt
well 11 supplied IIPIII I with funits nnd veiy VCe Y tooentrle tooentrleNothing eoulrleothlnl eoemutrieNuttuing
Nothing concerning hiiu Is I knonn except u ept that
bo said hid hi mother lived at Julian Neb NebIrnpeity eb ebJJA ebUitGCL
JJA UitGCL IH S t blrrn blrrnlrnpIY br7rznPropru
Irnpeity Propru I ln ln111 < nl nn Snturilay Into the Ih Pas Pasi 1 Pussrsico i
srsico i > lrn nf the th Illlllunn Co CnTho CoTho CoTime
Tho expcted transfer of the property and andbuslncHs nn1bll I Ihumsiness
buslncHs bll lne of time Wagner 1alase 1lIB e Car Company Companyto Companto
to the Pullman 1nlaco Car Company wa wamads was IalJ11nd wasinada
mads on Saturday nlurJa Tho Ttm transfer tran fer wi not notmarked lIotmnrk Imotmmsrkeml
marked mnrk ll by any visible vl llJle change In th the OMduct OMductof o ilucl iluclof
of hit hi Wagner Palace Car Comjanys business businessTho bUSlneillJho buinesThe
The Ijchl itl agent nt the Iullmsn Companj Mr MrWcodos MrVeomies Ir IrWcocie
Wcodos appeared afPc rcllllt at the flrand Central Sta Station Itatlon btathen ¬
then ai Pnturday ami sni spent > nt conldr CODldnrlhl hle line Illn timein e eIn
In till ollieis laniillarlzlne himself hlm etr with thu thuworkuigs tillWIJlkJll thuvorkngs
workuigs of tli tb concern pou Irn and becoming b COlllillr ao aoqiinlnod AIqUAln noqumninoI
qiinlnod qUAln ut with the th working workl 1 force forceTheemployeesof lorcl1hpmlIJrpl forceiimeemiioeua
Theemployeesof or the Wagner s ugner Company hav havrecelvnt hive MVlrpphtlllI hivereoctvtd
recelvnt ussurancpB Uronces from from their now employer employerthat sin riorers riorerstimat r rthnt
that tlMchatigH th tluatumtu IUII in tliH Ih ownership of the Ih prop property talrlr proprty
erty rlr tstli lll not ulToet them so o long ns timer con continue ClIIInuu contimmue ¬
tinue 13 t bo faithful and eftlelenl The Th I he dining diningcar slittingcar I Iar
car ar huslnoHA on thx Ih Sew lW york ork Central Centralformerly Celtml CeltmlrOrnW antrmtlfornnriy
formerly rOrnW run by b the Ih Wncrsr Wnln r Ialaw Tar Com Compnny CoumpanT
panT Ins III b ben en iindrlHk n by the pa pUS pnssegcr pnssegcrdelartulent segcr segcrdepartnent llcr llcrdeNrlUtnl
departnent of this th Central Cuntral71BJ Centrllnr CentralBfI I
71BJ HVttfl IIUlI HllK Hr IUCKKH VI VIMr VIIr VIlrs
Mr Ir lrs OmhmnnOInrcan Follawrrt Her Ilui Iluibnnil 1I11 1I11bnlll liiibaumsi
bnnil litoii hln iii II Cab nnd Mndn n DUtitrbnnrr DUtitrbnnrrAdelaide JlbtnrbnllrAdoIAU llstnrbammeeAdelaio
Adelaide CiuhmanMorgnn rulhman rorsnn the wife of Ed Edward EIVard Elward ¬
ward D I Morgan the actor who Is playing Jim Jimliar 11111lllr BenJutc
liar at the Ilroidwnr Theatre was n arrested orre ted at
7 oclock last night and locked up ulln In the tim West WestTlilrtyMventh We WestTlmirtyssvetuth t tThlrtyslleuth
TlilrtyMventh street polco po lcl stntlon on th thcharge the thlchnrllo thecmhnrgo
charge of Intoxication and disorderly lIsorue > rlr conduct conductMorgan cOIHluctIorlnn conuimmetMorgan
Morgan wu 110 nhnut to get Into a cab at his hisrooms hl hlrocmA tmisrooms
rooms LHl n West Thlrtvfoitrtli street lust lustnight Illstnllhl lustnight
night when his imi wife caught hold of his hi clotn clotnIng Clolllrlllllnli clothit
Ing rlllllnli it g unit oil rlIl11b1 in li bel I Into o the t he cnb en li with wit P him declar declaring dPlllftUI deciorI ¬
ing I mug loudly that I ho did d md lint lay iny bur Imu r thu tIm e iillow iillowanon IIlIowouro uuilowalien
anon miido mmmi Ic to tl her by r the I he Court Comm a pending pemmi nlInllI nlInllIorpo In mc ill illvoreo Ii Iiaoreo
voreo propeeillnc botweon them themRnd and thut ho hofailed horallPII hofrsiiemi
failed aso to furnish lunacy tf I n get ITp her furni furniture turnltur fmirniturn ¬
turn out of storage 81M Ill Its Th nol noIse o shn mnde at attracted alIrnctPlt attractesi ¬
tracted Policeman Winded I Mrs Irs Morgan ra rafu I IruI reful
fu ruI > d to hearts IN the II iii cab Inho so WInfield Vi Infield alo RI o got ot Into IntoIt 111 to toIt
It nnd nn took the Ih lull to the th pollen foll station stationIt IollonIt
It took two policemen nnd the matron to tolouk tolo tolook
look lo k Mrs 31 Morgan up upDKATII UlIlffTll up1tITII
DKATII AT A CllVltCIt SKKTICE SKKTICEMrs < ctiricrtrs rIrIOFlit
Mrs lit trs Cnlnes 11111 Life Fnilml Tntt llffore III IIIOld the theshill
Old 41 Yrnrs YrnrsMrs YlmreMrs nr nrIr
Mrs Ir Catherine Caine of 884 84 Tenth avenue avenueattended 1IenlleIIttnlltl avenuemattenmled
attended a servIce at limo Church of the Ih Paulist PaulistFathers IllUlilltRlhurs ItmtulmstFuuhimere
Fathers at Fiftyninth street and Ninth Inth avenue uvcnuaInst liven avenueInst lie lieIn
Inst In I nluht Hho ho unit hardly entered when whenshe whtnahe whenshe
she was 1 stricken strckenVlth with heart h ut disease dl rMe and an 1 fell rlUln rlUlntho In Intho intime
tho aisle ol le Her family physicIan phIAI lali Dr Holman Holmanof
of 130 West Fiftyseventh FUt I lIlh street happened to tobn toI tobe
bn I present pr pDt and with Dr William f Mooney Mooncrand Mooneycoil rOone rOoneAnll
and Amhulniicn Hurguon Sleerer ol Ilonsovelt oll1oMJIlltlIOfItA IlonsoveltHospital hinosuveithIo4pttuml
Hospital worked over her for some time hut butwithout hutwlhout hutwihomut
without avail She h died a few minutes alter alterbeing artrblnl afterbeing
being strkken strkkenThern strktsmmTiutre Irll oll ollThfI
Thern wern larg ntmbirs of persons persona pros present prosshmt ¬
ent lIt In Itw I tie church mini nn 1 MM Ir nines Inl death deatheaiisml iiemtt iiemttenuusi rre rrelIt Ilth Ilthnll1
eaiisml n stir While the thlIo doctors torll were laboring laboringtn
tn ti restore n lorc life III her two I 10 dons the elder 1I Ir < about IK IKyeiirs liiyeuurs
yeiirs old npi 1IP1onnll nrid at thu tb church und tImer be becnmegreiljr bocaml became
cnmegreiljr came IrIr grit V exelled exelledThe c exultcuiltit < llIel llIelIh
The Ih body was wnlllIkl taken to th the West SUtyelchth SUtyelchthBtrwt SlxtYllhthtrl1J SIxtyeighthtstremi
Btrwt pollen 1 > station and afterward sent lIt home homenrAMiTK hHJIlIIIIAU iirmu1IE41Tt
nrAMiTK wnniK STRIKKUS rlUl ltl UKKT
t Find In n Second Areniin vnll Cliilirnnm In Intrrpuls I IiiI
trrpuls I crest a till Iollrr IollrrIn Jullrr1lIot
In Last t summer when tlia lie Second avenue avenuemotormen AIpnllllmlorrnrtl ascotmotorunerm
motormen went on Hflko M lko 1km the Hover llr iirn iirnnm n nnin nnnn
nin Association SoclAtion whIch was a said IInlllo to bo n head headqunrtnr 1ItI1Qflnrter
qunrtnr for the I tim utriUers cI riprs wcuplml n room nt ntIMTkst
IMTkst II East Ninetythird street In Akicust IIIUlt tin tinKmernld theJmPrnhllluh time1nmcrnhi
Kmernld JmPrnhllluh Club an organization orRnl aoll of young unl men menhired mnhlrpd menhireml
hired the room On Thursday lu IIt t three of time thomemierHln IhommerK timenmmterus
memierHln mmerK In rummaging thrnuch I i box left In Inthe 111thl iiitime
the place lound ollnlll six sticks thk nt If r dynamite They Theygnvii 1h JtuyFart I IF
gnvii F Fart tliese tll tn Dennis Devgnn 1It lInn a contmctor i f fJf Iair
air Jf Kast EII t Nliietyfinirth lIlplllIlIrth timtykuurttm street In The polco polcohjrd 111lror1
hjrd ho r1 of 0 thn Ih I ii ijlft r t II and yesterday r eat trllIr rio y Dvtectlvd Ictet ire I I1I11I1I11ISIIlIt
liturgies 1I11I1I11ISIIlIt went 10 Deegnn recovered thedyna thedynatiilt1 the 1111111 ihynutnut
nut tiilt1 and Chit 11111101 it lo iho thm Bureau of r romtmstihles romtmstihlesnt m
nt Flru rir Ilindiiiiartirs The Ih police ollcO urn Ilr no notrying noli nolitryllIll flt5tryitmir I
trying to Und out something omclhinlllTloro moro about how It Itgot Itgot
got to the th placo whnrn WbHlllt It wns found foundrntK fourmultItJ I
rntK IP ov TO nil tn cu iiietnni cii ptrit ptritFlretnrn II IIllrm iillruumrn
Flretnrn llrm Vniilil Ilkn In Know JlIn Who IIU Storied Storiedtt
tt I II I lIu lIu1h II IITIme
The 1h wulihiiVin ut tlin tim lelancey street Rrui Rruiture mirrueLure
Lure tur for tbo 11 anchorage of the th now nl Knst a ast t lllver lllverIlrldRidlseiiwreiln HlIlrIIrlllI
IlrldRidlseiiwreiln IIrlllI 11IIr 1 11 blQMontopof L bnz 7 J on top u 1 the pier nt ntImli nthali athun
Imli hun H I ti x oclofl otho last nijht mm zht Tho pie de i inow IIIW 5 5mmiii
now a granite gramm I te tower I trsr lib ut ns R q high as an eight eightMorvliiMii cut hllll1nIIII ii I
MorvliiMii slurs 1nIIII ss > A llr hi r company Coin pmtlm was wa culled and andcllmfaoil mm imd
cllmfaoil climb the thllr rler by the llxed Ilxllololnr Inddnr dragging draggingnhusiiiip lraIIOlnho
nhusiiiip a ho hios III I hey put out thn t lie ilro ti O In I fl two t wo min minutes millUI immimiUtts ¬
utes UI An old tool 10111101 lioxniul box mill a lot ot loo loose e end endof Pld Pldor endsof
of rope hvl been boniest bur I I Irogan and thn lire lirelneliwlllforKlvethnincvndiarylt tire1II1111Y1II liremmmcmi
lneliwlllforKlvethnincvndiarylt 1II1111Y1II mmmcmi ivihi forgIve ttma icenuIarp If he h Will Mil liiiIttim II IIw
Uivui w how he managed to do > U It
GEN BUUEHS BULIEWS llULWSCIiiS llULWSCIiiSIIrwFVA CIIWCES CIIWCEStlKTVrKN CIMCES CIMCESnrrTJrrICN
tlKTVrKN 90000 AND 30000 nOKKK nOKKKACllOHH flOlCUsACZOSM UltltllAcnou
ACllOHH TIIK IVOKtA IVOKtAOne I1WKt4One
I
One Correspondent ircdlcti a Ilrltlili Vie Vietorybnt 10 10turr letory
torybnt tory bal Say the llnrrieit rett anti lllooillest lllooillestIlnttle JlooIH8tnttle Jitoouileathattie
hattie ot tin Vtmr ar Will 111 II De FoughtUer FoughtUeruiti
ulan 1riis T Tar Ues n s Cairn View If > I of ofthe nfthe f ftime
the Sulsareof 8 Seisur laare or the th Unman Hteamshlp HteamshlpSjxctal Htnmdllpptll1l 4temminshlpcpc1az
Sjxctal < CM II I UtiftkK IJI > tft4 loTut I Tua Suit SuitJONDOM lIulfJOCDOII SumsL0t5D014
JONDOM Jan lTher is practically no
fresh Information Inrnrm tlon of Importance from fromSouth fromSoutb fromSouth
South Africa One despatch speak ipeakof IPfllkot speakof
of dlaff disaffected oted Boers threatening the therailway theralla therailway
railway ralla at Victoria West which how howover how1Ir howeer
over I is jitlll sat safe For the rest the corres correspondents correlPOodents correepoadents ¬
pondents are reduced to cabling prophecies propheciesnd
and nd strategical suggestions suggestionsTho
Tho TtlriropVi Tttgro l eorrcspondent at Frers Camp Camplay Campart Campsays
lay says art the Boers between Colenso and Lady Ladysmith Latlramlth Ladysmith
smith number between 20000 and aoOOO He Heprophesies Ieprophelu lieprophesies
prophesies British success u eeBl In what he h antici anticipates antlolpate antiolpates ¬
pates will IIIA bo by far tho biggest big est and fiercest fiercestbattl IIcrcestbattl fiercestbattle
battl of the war warIt warU warIt
It I Is perfectly plain that both sides hare been beentaking beentaklnJ beentaking
taking a little Christmas Chrl tmas holiday a 1111 far as pos possible 1OBIblt peaibie ¬
sible a BI the despatches up to yesterday do not notdescribe notdeorlbl notdescribe
describe anything more warlike rllko for dome days daysthan tlosthan daysthan
than a little desultory stalling This T his time timehas timehu timeline
has probably been spent by h both sides In Inpreparations 10preparations Inpreparations
preparations preparationsThere preparationsfhere preparationsrimere
There Is not much comment on the theseizure theelzur thepei7uro
seizure elzur of time German steamer Bun Bundestath Bunde81l1th Bundesrath
destath Tho Berlin correspondents eorro olldentll agree agreethat BlrreOthllt agreethat
that her seizure has great artlltr ex excited excltd axcited ¬
cited the Anglophobes but authoritative authoritativequarters authorltateQuartors authoritativequarters
quarters regard such matters oalraly oalml pnolt pnoltIng pnoltIna pnoitIng
Ing out the Impossibility Impo slbllltr of deciding such a adelicate ndollcate adelicate
delicate matter of International law lal without withoutfull withoutfull withoutfull
full particulars particularsThe
The following despatch has been received receivedat
at tho War ar Office from Oen Hlr Frederick FrederickForestlerWalker F FrederickForestherWalker dorlck
ForestlerWalker ForestlerWalkerCaff Forlstler Walker WalkerCape
Cape Tote Dee 31Gen Methuen Bit Bituatloo situation lt ltuatlon
uatlon U unchanged Oen Oe > n French reports reportsthat
that the Boers have hllv left I rt their entrenched post position pORItlon posttion ¬
tion at Bensburgh fearing that tholr commu communications cOlnmunlcaloM comnmtmniestlonma ¬
nications were threatened by the British Britishcavalry Drltl81cualrr Britishchvalry
cavalry They have gone to Colesberg The Theposition TheposWon ThepositIon
position occupied Is I three It ItXhe
by us miles thence thonceTho thenceTho
Tho Boers outside of Ladysmlth Iadysmlthllceorlllnl according
to several correspondents are firing their theirrifles theirrlne theirrifles
rifles at night nllhtllko like those at ModJer lllver lllverThe lUverTho hirerThe
The Datlv YfC VctrV correspondent oorr pondont at Lady Ladysmith IBllvmlth Ladysmith
smith In a heliograph hello lrnph message dated Deo Dpcreportlourl 28 28report 2ireportelouri
report reportlourl loud explosions suggesting ulllo tlna that the therailway thorallar therailway
railway bridges brld es and cuttings between Lady Ladysmith Itldymlth Ladycmliii
smith and Colenso Colell o have been destroyed If Itthis Ifthis Ifthis
this Is the case It show that t hat the Boers have haveabandoned havenbll1donld haveabandoned
abandoned hope of using the line themselves themselvesThe
The Chrontcltt Berlin correspondent says saysthere BOFAthore saysthere
there 1 is an uneasy ul1ea feeling that the cotton cottongoods IottooItoodll Cottongoods
goods In the Uundemths cargo contained containedwar
war materials materialsThe materlllTho materialsTime
The Or OHmaucrulslra lermnuerulmaersCondormstEaetLondon lermnuerulmaersCondormstEaetLondonand rmau cruisers Condor CoDtIrllt nt East London Londonand Londonand
and tho Schwalbe at DareaBalannj are going goingto
to Delacoa Bay BaysvritKiiK VllrSUPlrICJlr haySUPftZJIZ
svritKiiK coxrnoi iff surrti UrTTI AVHICA AVHICACupe 4VRIC4Cupe 4PJIIC1Cape
Cupe Town Tn Newipnpm 3ny ay There Must lie lieSincial n Itn
0 HIWIlY IIhAsllr Ne NeSpial Zw ZwSpeeal
Sincial i tile Dofntc to tar 3u 3uCilK 911CUll Sis SisCaiu
CUll Tows Dec D t 20 OTIIII The Tintn and Argut Argutevi 4rquasevmreiy rl rlcrltlclle
sevmreiy evi rely criticise an article published by 1 tho thoAVtr thoYm theitts
AVtr itts advocating a i eaCorul < coful solution of the thetroubles
troubles with llh the Boern The Vimri says oay ays hit hitt
t rtouth A frko ti i to b Lo Imbltahlo habltlhlIvlllz hy hyiIvlllMil himitl1Izt1
iIvlllMil Ivlllz tl men the oj v1 > vv iicm iicmctntrol
ctntrol one lie abiding security o urlty for liberty libertynnl
nnl nn theiiignot th the hiS1I of law Unless this tlml Is assured assuredtho nsmuredthe
tho blood tf I the soldiers and nDtllho the cruel waste of etwar ofwr ofwar
war will b hi futllo incriflees P crlll e The paper de dedares tiedares
dares cIAr It e cam i undorstnnd IIDd rhnll the opposition of tho thoAfrikander limoAfrikander
Afrikander Bond to the war or Their hlr endlt endltBiyd nllltS oh it
Biyd S YA Is I the eid for which President Ir AIlJcllt Krncor Krn r Is Isfighting hIIlthtlrll
fighting onl onh > they had reckoned on a longer longerperiod 1011lllrfrlod lotmierperiod
period cf Inctbatlon and a moro convenient convenientKason COllvllIlentlIson
Kason lIson In coicluslon the Ttmti cays thoro Is Isonly 18onlr isoumly
only one way fir rl pease In the future and that thatU thAtIs thatis
Is II single Hupnmn authority with the guar guarantee IllarIIntea gmirmrntee ¬
antee of liberty IIhlllmd ind equal right In every part partof pnrtr partof
of r South lnul h Africa AfricaMr 1rllnIr friea frieaMr
Mr Ir llnblnsnnsspeech IInhln on fecch nt the recent meeting meetingof meetlnof
of the director d Iloblnsons Bank Is I favor favorably favorably ¬
ably comment commented ipon by tho Timrt Tim In an edi editorial Clllorlnl cmlitonal ¬
tonal The Tit paper prints several letters upon Ufontho uponthe
1 tho constant lanAIno of foreign reorulU nt ntDelagoa ntDelilloa atDelagoa
Delagoa Bay for the Boer forces forcesPleasant rOlcelllell8nnt forcespleasant
Pleasant rains havn fallen over the whole of otthe oftilt oftime
the eastern ea tern part of the th colony This will add addgreatly ndllIrently mimIgreatly
greatly to the eomi3rt of the troops as It will willlay 11111Jar willhay
lay the tim dust which wa was very troublesome to tothe tothe totime
the men menThe menTh menTime
The Th mining companies nro arranging to totender totsndor totender
tender to the Transvaal through the banks bankstheir bAnksthllr bankstheir
their license IIcen e fees due Jan 1 to avoid If pos possible tOSsible pomasiblo ¬
sible tho confiscation Ionnl ntloll of their claims claimsTho c11l11l19Tho elaimneTlmo
Tho 7imf publishes a despatch saying that thata
a terrIfic storm of rnln and hall caused cnllsel a sham stampede 8tnmtJIIde shampade ¬
pede among time horcos and iiti mules which whichrushed whlehru vhmtohrushed
rushed ru hllil toward thn Boer line him but they wore woreturned weretntncml nrl nrlturnlln
turned turnlln In time to prevent their loss This Th des despatch sic elerntlh sicatcim ¬
patch atcim adds that the Boers 110 r have seemingly seeminglyevncuitod Ilemln seeminglyemtiitod l lOYhel1lll
evncuitod Taalbosch TaalboschThe TnlliboochThe TiutlbnschThe
The locality loealityofthc of the stampede Is i 0 not given In Inthe Inthp itmthe
the above despatch de folch hut owing to tho mention mentionrif
of Taalboseh h which Is on time linn of railway railwayfrom rallwllYrrOIn railwayfrom
from De Amy Junction to Nuauw Poort 1lorlllrnnv 1lorlllrnnvbe It may maybe muirbe
be unturned umoll that the trouble occurred among amongthe nmonlthl amongtime
the animal of Hen n n Kronens command ol11mnndlA 1 1A IA
A despatch from Durban to tho Tim pays paysthat Fnr Fnrthllt paystimt
that the Transvaal Government hns refused ru8e 110 110r < to toreceive toreceive
receive r t In the Ambulance orpaniscd orlRnl ell by Mr Sire 8lvowrlght Siverlllht Sirewriglmt
wrlght rlllht an exMlnlster X Mlnl tfr of Natal atal tlll nnd ann that It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will now bo offered to Natal ntal It Is I not likely likelyhowever IIhllhowllor ltkelwhowever
however In view of the r rlrcllmtanee I re urn stances that the theItnl tImeNatal
1 Natal Itnl authorities will wl11l1CIIt accept It ItA ItA ItA
A private letter from Pretoria says sr that Mr MrIxiVHiIny Mrlovdllr Mr1ovssdmiy
IxiVHiIny has returned homo from tho Portu Portuguese PortllIIUesP PortugUese ¬
guese larder feverstricken feverstrickenThe fefcr trlckpo trlckpoThe
The report that all rncllnh subjects uhjct are to toho tohoexpelled be beexpelled boetfIIIId
expelled from the republics Is t confirmed confirmedThere enrsrmuiThere o1nrmrfhers
There U continued flslitlnz n htlu nt Kurumnn Kurumnnwhere Rurumnnwhre Kiurumnnwhere
where 134 Englishmen 1I are keeping HIM HOO Boers Boersat
at hay bavIt hlvIt hayIt
It Is I now practically pro tlcnll certain that tho barbed barbedwire bnrb1wlrl barbemiwire
wire fences > o before the I hI Boer trenches at atMacersfonteln ntIalcrslontn ittMacersiontein
Macersfonteln are the th thefenoesthat fences that wern erected erectedby Prell1by
by time Cnpo Government during the recent rccontrinderpest reclntrlndlrpMt recentrlnderpsst
rinderpest epidemic epidemicTiiAXsrAil epimlemicTtivs
TiiAXsrAil Ttivs rl i I 101 tG T 7 WOISTTP 1T1IIHIII 1T1IIHIIIIIn int TilTI vmr vmrBuys njr njrNmuis
Buys IIn the II Hners llnvn Uru Monty of Ammunition Ammunitionnnd mmlllllliolllilli uuumminhihtmmsiumui
nnd lilli Will Surely < Win
Fpmat CUM IIHprtrh lo Tur Srv SrvBntissEis t tn rI1RI7SSETms
BntissEis n t1aorI Dec IIIDr Leyds this Diplo Diplomutle 1I1flomnlll iiplomuitie
mutle Agent of the tim Trntisvnal tIII a In Europe stntis stntisthat lnlAthat tnt tnttimmmt
that time th Transvaal Trnnllnlllnnl and thn Ih finnge Fre Ptnlo Ptnlohave tlato1s01 ttateimave
have 1s01 no reason tofenrtln 11 1 leer lIr th result ol Inclnnds InclnndseJimnerelHl InllnnlllIImrplnl inglnnisenntnerchusl
eJimnerelHl liKviade The 1hIIrllhlte itpuimllos l < piibllCH hi h sumys sumysnrs ny nyarn nyonllcplnlloot
arn onllcplnlloot dependent on Kuvp Emit i only fo luxurl ItIurllIoh lumxmirleu lumxmirleusuch s ssuch
such ns mu Krpilsh eioths oths wine will clears mini nndfplrltswhlelreini lnllPIllltwhh minip
fplrltswhlelreini PIllltwhh p iii nt w itreu rlln um Ia easily east ly dpensed 1I1nOllllllIh ii penumsul with WI t ii by bya hIn
a people rp > I who n lirA rn struggling for liberty I IilkIM II IIlIkens e elikens
likens the Ih Boers to the Ih Amerlonn when whenther whlnIhv whentlmv
ther deprived themnelves thltn lhf of s tea at thn thnoutbreak Ih Iholltbronk timomit
outbreak omit break of the Ih t Involution llesm mm tion He I It tvlilsthnt tl 11 s tint t the thelories 1111Iorll t its itsetorim
Iorll lories or the th t hi crops rns in I mm the II i t Itopubllcs iteint hi los rotting rot tI usm in inthe
the thlrl1l1nll ground for lack of men to gather them arn arnabfolittuly Cr Crfttouituly
abfolittuly falsn tali Theru are a BUftHennum BUftHennumber suimslirmt mI11 lIum lIumber umummumbcr ¬
ber of old men foreigner nnd hlaekn to toguthnrall 10Kllthnr togather
guthnrall gather IIl1lh all the crops cropnIn crOfIIIn cropshum
In eoncliulon IHIII lon Dr Leyds MY av Wo Vs hnvn hnvnenough IInlnenolurh imnrn000utglm
enough nrm nnd ammunition to light for e pet petermul v voriil I IIrhl
oriil rears Tweiilronn years RI aso n o II ve won wonwith fOilllth Wiimwit
with wit Is oiilv oh1 V ix X Mrlrlilges mm rrrIt rI PIT I m man I a ii Now mw we wehull w w1I weshall
shall hull 1I eermlntv cerfrti Ii I i win w t ii The T tue Inclih Ingi m Ii will 1111110 ti ii lo the theflrst IIIInrt I lie lieflrst
flrst to give hl uporthcy 111 or lucy liownrentir now lire nor be lest t HUP HUPPliors eutpIlots UI UI1lIor8
pIlots of nnitiiiinit nnitiiiinitVrriaTaU ainnmmnmtii mlIlIl111tiIPry
ii IPry I ci IInro I I a rep C Irnm I ii iirs
VrriaTaU rantlc rs ItiS lininlrklttn t1o1l to a Tim Sex SexBOMJIAV lIu lIuI1MlnA 5clioMliar
BOMJIAV Deo tlThe 31 Time Wur Offlee m ifloe 1 hums hn ac accepted aceeptcil acceptemi ¬
cepted an offer J1T r mad by time 110 MHharajuli ot otKashmir orXoahmlr ofKtmelmtuilr
Kashmir to furnish eighty trained battery batteryUwraes batterfJorn battenhorses
horses for UfO In South Africa A1rl
I HOKUM IIOIM JlIIWll1IR IV UMV HIM HIMSouth Ill Illluuth inraSouth
South of the TnaMn With IiI n l Kerry corfr Cnmnin Cnmninnlcntlon nmmu nmmuIIleal1II nmnilliIciitiipi
nlcntlon With lIh Thiilr MAII Vnrrr Vnrrrfmrial lIIIrlerial ForceeiZ
fmrial erial r CaM W I Ppsk vHi faTniHiN faTniHiN1nrne 10 n Tax HI HIInrnr HiFnrnx
1nrne Uinr Dec 1m > Kilnqulrle io lIlIll1lrles < i malts by
TIIKSUN lur Su 8Uc corrospondent nnd others havo nu n nvenlsd Itroolell usveumiemi
venlsd tho fact that the recunt report rl > ort that limo
hoer III > lr < had built a temporary t IIIIornry bridge ncro across t tho thoTagela thaTUlle ttmoTugehut
Tagela TUlle hirer waHorroneous vas Oll1 ort1musutms 1I1UII > Tho report hud
It that this thl bridge win wn behind bhllllllUllnCWllllf lUangwiine Hill Hillbut Iliihbut
but It hat now been fon lonrnoil that Instead of ofa ofo ofa
a bridge tho hoer cstnlillshed a ferry f rry worked workedwithi 1Iorkollwlth workedwillie
willie wlth chain All their wosous which were on
tho south lIth side Ieto of the rli riser r havo bv mean if
ferry gone back to tlh HIM north silo tloHlangwnne silohilangwnne 1lo 1loJIIanllwnne
Hlangwnne 11111 Is hold by n strung ItronlTfnreo force of otthu oftho oftlmu
thu enemy Provisions uro broueht to them themon tilCnlon thenion
on pack hones whloh swim the rlvor Tim Thor 1110rlrtat Timratreat
r rlrtat treat of thfio Boers would bo very difficult
Twentyfour moro hour rain will make tlm tlmThe tim
ivor imlmasmsble imlmasmsbleThe
The South African horse mado a reconnol reconnolance reconmiolscanes
canes today under underCmshmt Capt Kliepiuird Thoydls Thoydlsoovercd Thoy ills illsoovered
oovercd tlmt the Hoer had not loft their pool ¬
lion on Hlangwano Hill Shots micro ex exchanged cxchanged ¬
changed but none of tho British force was
hurt The ground over whloh the reconnnlt reconnnltsanc iccoptimsiscanes
canes was made was very bad being full ct
dongas rock and bushes bushesOCJUfIV buhieGRtIlN
OCJUfIV 1RKSV ffOT AHOUSKIt AHOUSKItSelinrn 4 ZWU8111Nelaimrs
Selinrn of tb time ItiindrrHtli Comldrrrd Only Onlyn
n Tuilinlinl Teshsmm hmmml Mnllii MnlliiSlitbtt si t i iSjeciul
Slitbtt Call ntHiatttfituVuK fleuattupumm Bus BusIUMDtROD RcaIlAMutmaci
IUMDtROD 1c > enO flO It Is dcilurid hero itCh that
the steamer DtiniUorath whlch was tm recently recentlyelrud reeemmtiyccitt
ccitt elrud by th the British off thnenst co easel i t of o Africa
dU not contain any contrntnnd ot war warBuiiLtN myarBuISLIN
BuiiLtN Dec aiThn
rnsnonoihln press pressregards Irssregarmis
regards the seltnrn ot time Bundoxrath ns nsn a aft
n technical matter Time Xtu Veuse tr Vachrirhtm Vachrirhtmpoints Varhiritpoints
points out that International law Is Isunable isunable
unable to fix a definite line between betweenwhat betwcrmmwhat
what It and what It not contra ¬
band WhIle It regard Great Britains action actionas
as an Infraction of the law In this ln inttmnce tnnce It Itacknowledges itacknowledge
acknowledges that there are many precedent
Tho question Is ono In fact act that la t bound boundto
to arise In a war In which a asen asea
sea power I is concerned It It Itnow isnow
now the subject of diplomatic n goilatlons negodatlonsand goilatlonsand
and there Is every reason to expect tlmt Great
Britain will leltle time matter without delay
BOEHH arr UiITrIs Tiinotmn TiinotmnSU
SU anus mini Sixteen Ammunition Vsgomu ntoin
Ileiich Pretoria Fruit IMagnn tiny linyffptclil tinySpcai
ffptclil Cell ttnjiiM la Tin Sex SexCAPE SeaCAPS
CAPE Tows Des 2SA dupatch to the thecffiisfrom the4rus
4rus cffiisfrom from Delagoa Bay says say that six lx large
Armstrong guns and nmi sixteen ammunition ammunitionwagons amnumanitlonWagon
wagons which were recently landed nt
Lorenzo Marques have been received In
Pretoria Pretoria3IKXICAY IretorlaMIVXIC4
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Doc 31 31The The mountnlnous dlstrloN south of
hree have been visited by a series of solstu le ills
turbanees during the nat throe days Theso Thesoearthquskn I Iearthiuake
earthquskn hooks have been Imce veryse very seore oroat at
times and havo caused
much ihmago to a anumber aumumber
number of smaller mountain towns The Thotremor Thetrelmuora
tremor were accompanied by loud subterra subterranean subterraveqnoises ¬
nean veqnoises nol e ev
v TtVll > 81Anv6fumeVfWfl6B is pdiiriricirora pdiiririciroraIU iOmtrttg hron hronItem
IU crater and replo living near the base ot time thomountain timemoututnin
mountain are abandoning their homos to tocscapo tocecato
cscapo the prospertlve lava overflow Time Thneattlnuake Timeenttlmqumalme
eattlnuake wliooks were plainly felt In Chll Chllpanolngo Clmhlpancingo
panolngo but did no damngo hrn Owing to totho tothe
the remoteness of time many small mountain mountaintowns mmuintalrttowns
towns It will be some 5Ofl tlmo before definite re rerort repOrts
pOrts aro received as to time damage dune to tothorn totlmermi
thorn
MAllK t IUXS 7V TIIK TItIIsaby IlIISKr IlIISKrtnxby
tnxby Wonted nmiteih Ills Vnlunhles Out nf the theSafn theSmifa
Safn Without PrnTlng IIU Iii Slenntiiro SlenntiiroFrnnk idguintimreFrank
Frank L Saxby Si ttmi of Troy registered attho atthoGllsey at tim timOIlier
OIlier House on on Baturdnv night and early earlyyesterday earlyyuumtermlnr
yesterday morning when he was going to bed bedho lieu lieutie
ho handed the clerk n package to put In time thosafe timecab
safe Hn wrote his nnmo on the package at atthe attime
the clerks request requestRaxby reiuestSaxhy
Raxby demnndeil the package yesterday yesterdayafternoon ycatermlayafternoon
afternoon at 3i oclock from Cashier ShYer SIlTerIln ShYerun
Iln who ns us the custom Is asked for or his 11 signa signature cignatore ¬
tore for Identification of the package Huxby Huxbystarted itmiabyrutmirtemi
started to write his signature but stopped sud suddenly sutiisniy ¬
denly threw th tims pen at Cn Cnsimler < lilerSlffeiliiin t4luIetlitms head headunit heathmind
unit yelled Ill I II bn danmnil datum miil If I I Ill I I write my mynnme toymmmc
nnme live me nm thnt packngoor puesngm or Ill mnknthl mnknthla musks hula hulaa
a rough hoii imnmmm imnmmmChini e eChlnl
Chlnl Clerk Moore told Snxby that he eould eouldnot momulmtnot
not have the pn pnnkmmge knge unless he Identified him himself Iminmself ¬
self by wrltlni his anion nnmoOlve anionOtve
Olve mo thn package demanded Raxhy Raxhylthmouit
Without lthmouit waiting to eo what tmrtt sliest his dnmand dnmandwould timmmnuinilwoimhsi
would hnvn on tlm I Its chief elerk do rk he ii picked i icim sml tin tinthe imptime
the register ant struck Mooro In the tIm tan with withIt vlt4iit
It He followed thisuti this up wltlinrlsM wilt n rinllt lnnd jab jabon jab0dm
on MJortV jaw He attempted to jump over overtherlenk nirt
therlenk t tie desk hut thn I lie enshler crisim Is r nnd xi ti ii thentilul I bitt tti Ci clerk elerkheadiM clerkImeahu1
headiM him Imi m nff and n ni u pollo lint ieuum iiinii ii put him iii to undor undorarrest mind u r rarrest
arrest on Moore complaint of a assault assaultCOA uult uultCO
CO COA A I NTKIKR TIIK1 tilT OFf OFfUllninlnoiii trt trtIII
III Ullninlnoiii I mm uimi sbus Miner st timers Ilerliln I tech tn tn t o Anolt A ini I tin tinAction I tie tieAct
Action Act hum of this Natliinnl rc mm t ionhs I JleMlnr JleMlnrAtAoosM alec i iA1rooeA
AtAoosM Tn Dec 31Tlm striking bitu bituminous iuituimtminus ¬
minous coal miners In the Portngonnd Portage nnti Puritan Puritanregions PuritanregIons
regions toilnv agreed to return to work to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow through thoeffortH time efforts of District Presl Presldont Preeldent
dent Wilson of the Tolled Worker The men menconsent menentm00t
consent to nwnlt tho action of the I nit filet oil Minn MinnWorkers tiinnWorkers
Workers National Convention on Inn 1 1OiVrntors lOirators
OiVrntors regard time return of the men to towork towork
work ns a victory for the conservative olemont olemontIn ement ementii
In ii the order They ay the national orgnnbi orgnnbition orsmrmiratuoum
tion will not sanction a Ftrlkont strike mit this time and andthe armitimu
the danger of aim Immense trike I Is nt mt least Itantpostponod leastpostpommi
postponod for time prcceut prcceutIltor presemutIJjI
Iltor 1ifiiKii or VIIK IS 1I iiKrittK iiKrittKIllllenltli iirIIuvitlhienhthm
Illllenltli Cnmpels Him him to jive Ip Ills IllsInlrenitty thistimleerstty
Inlrenitty Work WnrWNKW WorkNpv
NKW HKV lhsvr Conn Dee 11It w ivas an announoed annoUneeui
nounoed tonlcht that Prof Irving Isher n nmember miinembir
member of the Vain lab faculty null profx Prnfnr or of ofpolitical Of1oiitical
political epoiioniy has retired from his hi duties dutiesIn liliesIii
In the h University Prot llsher was obliged to toclvn toiiv
clvn iiv up ml work owing tl t ill health Ill ns nsilen r rnut
ilen eon nut PriMpnot lrts pnt Hill I I m ti H otTend otis rt for stls nle and andi arm I Iii
ii i > wll mc I I s tart ti ri won C fnrnwnrmrr tO r a mcrm rumor tliinalx tm In mm itt with withmivof wit Im Imimopc
imopc mivof tmt Imptoving t fl p rovi mu g hl h is eindltiin eindltiin1rof p nmjtt in inIm
1rof Im Fmstmtr lime hot tngiged acrlvnlr In eol eolnt eo eoleg
leg nt work virI slniH slim tin nf 1SH 1114 TU ilialr ilialrwill imar imartmI
will tmI li > lllliil by Prof linry r tv Knmryof KnmryofrllWirth Fummri of ofI
rllWirth I l lw ri Ii Me le prof > < i r of politpiil pot I m il mniy mniyIn ii cm y yin
In in Jinwiniin Collogi sullg II N iiVJT 2i v vmmrs urH old oldnnd sillmini
mini will bo I lie youugnnt proletnor In lull I mmii
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ThU The ll v Dr W V S Itiiinsford In ojosl ufo t his hissermon hIssermon
sermon yeterday said From tft ef C < sis < I Ihior Iimnt
hior Irntn hr to oilier piTe and froai vrtaft of uIIiwtm my myiiwn
iiwn In I mm IhU t ii Is ims > of esImt rhlli Ii I havn Jiccn e m rm con consclMi cotmcml
sclMi cml mum I feel tint t the t ii m ilcur lgg V mrtved bylho bylhostli 11 y I hue hueeti
stli I ring ri mm g InteriMt I nt s r St olthe ui I hi titn I I tim 5 Inwft ii at a tendency tendencytolnv tn mincv mincvtim
tolnv tim mr down the Iswto amy to hHrpiini iiin fl meuiar meuiarmnttir suiartumattr
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whir vbirliii uimm > M are stiiuirlivx suti miutl With the I ie pribNrns pribNrnsnl r
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rsrotnho rae arm Ihu 31 A M Sri > frtI < r > r > IV r Vork will be beiiilHtU b baImi4lCti
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Oneofthelawy One laij3leiice that ivor knti kntired icuitierosi
erosi red In thn Ar Araslemy lemy of Muslim elieered for Ih I hi
Boer lath night nt timo ho big anilllrltlad niuitj imtuth s
Ing held th thin rn ttnrtor limo aimploe of tIme
InltKd lrlh Koclctlc It win nn audleno
that crowded every corner of the tim hlgti big himeatre niM
from the topmoit gallery down to tluienclo tluienclourw hum eneho enehomint
mint where thn tim orchestra usimllr kit ttm Hud It Itwould itwould
would lmn has been h tmlf lf as large again had luau there 1 1heem
be heem n hny tmtm room for the thou thcumismmis ntjdi > who eamn can J
luteDiilv to find I hat lint tim doom llvi I beGhm > HOII ilosi I
beforo 8 oclock nhd n row of if stalwart llremen
had lined uu before I 111cm Hem tbrrovontapr to INvent mits mot motpeople niomhuOOhmlfs
people trom getting Inside The Pii Acmhimr was
decoraej ilecot tJ with lilsh is liii nnd Amirlinn flags nnd nndon
on the platform were huiidrodfl of men win whm 1 I
hiive l Iemt e ii Idmtiaod In HID lii jnst i nst with ftlHi
British di temflstrettom > mon trntlois trntloisThn m
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pnMnvmpHtliy P11 55 cv lii hat iiy with w it ii llio I tsim llonrs I nnd ii ri ii an elalxir elalxirntorenohiiinnMttltiR eta her p pmtte
ntorenohiiinnMttltiR mtte rssoimit inn tt I im it forth mit ii iimi t t t fnrfwa fnt w a unnii unmu ii
ImouslyndoptoJ Inuout a doptmd but ihiineiitliig t itt immet lii g hadnt I Itn m
In progiiss lotix l iIors forn It becntnn nppnrrnt
that hatred hat red of inglnn in alarm I ivas un s thn I Ii a cumt entlm I os cii nt t hts htsswayudlt iii p
swayudlt it Denunciations of ilmtoou timuit eumimhry ilrynnd ilrynndof mmml mmmlof 5
of tho t lie uifii imxt tmio I prominent Imromim I nen t in I ii lisnir It s a iTstre lrsm in inmlii
day mlii s wero nnpliuid a Iplumiumiel d vlEorously ltgornii 1 y the I ti meeting tnuei imig
showing its m Is disapproval 1 ol ovirylluiia s v ry t ii it it KuglMi hmm gil s ii i
In I mm mnsf tim tst bolstmus numu a fashion fl cli Ilootn p and mist groins a
lasting last I mm g fully ttml I s two I scm mlnles m tnmt grtemuul nelii the Ilrt Ilrtmention ii r I Iluermtioum
mention of the Jueeu mini the Prino ot Wales
but hu t IhU 1 Im s aims nothing tm ot titmig cntnarid cntn ha rsml loihtoni loihtoniof tim ti timl timlof
of hisses nnd nnm catcall eat emmila that wm evolved by
the names of Tn iOCiim eph Clmmberlnln mid Ceel cci I
Ilhod hliouies Our awn Amba mbasituloraat < uiidotsM the Courtof Court n n14t
Kt James from Bayard to ChoaK Choat camn In for forpart I
part of the gen general ral condemnation wish at all allreferences allnsferetmepe
references to Paul Krflger and the liness in m muudlenre time timeiiiiiiomics
uudlenre showed ninnl c mini vIgor In applauding n Implaim 1 in g
1he tpeakorsprlnt sIcakareprineipii linl nmong whom wt ra Mrim
ton Wllllntn F I Mason of Illinois wero v crc extremely
violent In heir utterances html at time
ltiilemonlum it 1mm ni relrtu re iitm iSsi > il all over mvmr the I tie hou houustlee tin 54 u r rmmstice
ustlee James IMignrnld of tlm lie Hurrtnt HuiyhuiCourt T
Court who WAS thn tim rriMldlng oftleitr however
had the I hi audience a mu hence well In hand hum nil and had little 5 5sitfltmiity
dlflkully In rflHtorlng U < j ardor whelm hcce hccesary hcecssari
sari In opening lh the meting futtl a rita Fitxgeraldsald ritageraimi
geraldsald geraldsaldWe geraimi mialil mialillYe
We nn > hero toulght to ospro txprcsq our deen 5 5indigummutiomi
Indignation nt the unlusttilablo war now being beingwaged 1 1vagd
waged by the armies of threat rent Itltaluon l5fltaitt on the thepeiiplo timeImesplo
peiiplo of the ttm Ttainvaallohooibjand lmnsmaah kisuem and to give givetittennce
tittennce to our admiration at the gallant gallantttand gallantstand iii
stand b being lng made made by time farmers of the Houth
African republic In ilofenco of a their property I Itimtir
their liberty and their lives Time Colonial Hue Huerctarylhoou Secretary I
rctarylhoou retary ihoots and groans groansj wofully mlscalou
hated when he hm broutVit nl nisout Ut time con I Imittion
dltlon of affaIrs which confront England
today Gainers Methuen nnd Bnllr hull r Ihlsses Ihlssescommanding I Iconhtnansitmug
commanding forces larger than thom led by
Wellington have been severally met amide anti sit
feattd by the Boers cheer and If the rein
forcements now exacted Including tIme yen yenm ycomcmi
m mcmi n hisses the fox hunters Daughter Daughternnd
anti by b permission of the Quc Qmmeao n proicngej proicngejgoans Prolengelgoans
goans th time DukK of tonnaught mee the theear
ear 51505 < inAlr 1o 4r Mi > flcl thu itt tup cf lluglou
rio great heart rmCartoisttnn outiD ersy v < r before beforoout beforeout
out tonight to the men who nt tin tinnineteenth timetmimmetmnth
nineteenth o ° ntury arc lighting for the tarn tarnprinciples earns earnsprInciples
principles as set our American colonies nflam I Iin
in in 1771 These red coals In tha iii Transvaal are arethe I Ithe
the tame soldiers and follow th tue sauna flat a athose as t ttimose
those who marched against George oOrga Washing Washington ¬ i s ston
ton In our own War ot the Involution la those thosetime thosetime
time there wre Tories In the land anti per perhaps perbaits ¬
haps lodar there are name British sympa sympathizers symnpatimt7Pr ¬
thizers around us Groans and cries ot The Thetrultorslj Timetrititommuitj
trultorslj But then you must understand that thatthero I Ithere
there ar tome who will barter all thy thyhave theyttve
have for or a look of recognition from n ncoronrt r rcoronet
coronet orthn or time prlvllegnof lianKlnirontheeilim lianKlnirontheeilimof hmangingm time citrus citruso
of o tin tim Prince of Wales als4 set lroongfl < l groan groanIng grntmuiimgl
Ing iimgl We who IIIVM no iovefir lose f r tlm tim British Britishami m mlint
lint with reason reuisonWant want ti thmmium < m to know that thatthese
these time men do not reptrsent Hm lie ncntlintnls of ofthe oft St
the t 110 people of the I its Unite Lm I to I flutes i tmmtts Aiiplnusu AiiplnusuTonight i hiatmei
Tonight we extend a bund nlrw the sen from fromtlmUepubllcof Ii Iitime
tlmUepubllcof time Itepumlitic of the West pst to llirt I ims Boer UiiMiblli UiiMiblliIn
In Houth SoUl ii Africa wnliiho a m I ii I hmil hojie tint t ii at thy I ii y will willsoon in Ii Iiennui
soon drive limit soldiers of itturlafrointhelr itturlafrointhelrsoil teturie loon ttmmmr s ssoil
soil IChecrs IChecrsThere
There was a will dnrnonstntlnn of joy joywhen toywtmen
when ionirresman Willlnm Suz t4uslcn r was In Intro mm mmiroluceui ¬
tro iroluceui luced as tint tim next nuesker cingrvtsuiiin cingrvtsuiiinHulzTipoke oi1irtmeMmummitumhzr
HulzTipoke tumhzr simnkss over Ovt r nn mm im hour t Hi I I u said mat I II
1 nm glad to Im hiri tonliilit biimi 1 Ink Inka
a tlenp Inturtst In tb thin iifnniiililnath strmmmmjs triiitc triiitcfor i
for liberty now uoitig on inKouth it 011111 AriM Afrm u In u ullBhtbetween muIi
llBhtbetween Ii e lltirty ii trt i nndmoiHirchv a n i illss dl rcims I want situ H I to tooee tt tt5u5ti
oee Iticrtv I hi nt V win IV t Im I am not aslnimi meimmm i t I oliave 0 It Itknown itii
known ii noati lust I my imm 7 syiniiathy ii vim pat by IK with tsmt ii the I hi lieioio lieioioJloms tie p P a ahocus
hocus In their re renluiti oliite endnavor an I tie tietiTiniiud iiitrmuiiiiii
tiTiniiud olTurt tn maintain tnnlr lomii lomiiand t00mi5unit
and thfir IndHpendiiiU nitnlntt tim nlrnity nlrnitynnd 4 4atmd
nnd ill tvrnnny if 1 the BritUli Crown u
1 wiiit to voe en thoii win in inthis it itttmi
this ttmi conies hceau because e tim > y art right anti d icrvt icrvti ervi ervito
i to win ilic jimer r atii is i u jnsi oatiw ums N > nnn nnntin tutu tutut
t tin honesty diMpiifntlrii limit Theyure ihey my deftiiliii deftiiliiitheir
their I homos and fl nil repelling 15101 I sm g a reniirhles re Iii I rcimC I in invader mm mmvmtlr
vader EnglsndV Ingian i i attempt mit to in It to steal 5 111 llitlr I huut r coun country eimmt ¬
try t ry U mi ii us outrnge iii rusgi nn not of nrlmlnat en iii i mmci iitfgrestion iitfgrestionand mmmg mes4 ins insatmul 1 u usmwurs
and should R bn cotidJiniud cflm demn imeul by the t tie rnrl s im rist tlnu tlnuIKiwur irs um
IKiwur smwurs of the world In niv Imtirmumemui nine ninetcnhs lihimitoima
tcnhs of the Amerlfun iroik < me ncilnxt ncilnxtIiigland ngitmitluugland
Iiigland In this matter and an In sympathy with withthe withtime
the South Afrletn patriots patriotsMr IutrlotII
Mr II r Hulzor S utzer than went rsim I Into a dish ii at iv mm of rm tlin tlinifuth I lie t trutim
ifuth African troulirs winding up mi this hits linn linnwith hip hipwi
with wi t h miuoaibin cm 5lmoaI ic n from Lowell I Truth rum I im tiievep tiievepon I i i r rsm
on sm the sehflold wrong forever on thn Tb throne throneapplied timrmntipplied
applied to South Africa Mr Hulir dnini dninithat iii
that under time trentvot trsrmtv 01 1KSI Kngtnnil give up upher sipitem
her last right to dietnti to the t hue smith umt h Afrtcii Afrtciilit A rio s sksiumiblte
lit ksiumiblte public and speaking of the ulleged erlev erleviincoii crlvmOCCs
iincoii of llnitllsh utibjeetHlnthe smtmjeetus 1mm the Transvaal dt dtclared up upelated
elated that thir worn not half ns liiil MS tin tinextortion thuSitortioi
extortion whIch American nilutrs In it tin tinKlondike tim timhItrmu1iko
Klondike warn ohjzed to wuhmt to it ut tilt tilthiitils ttm ttmimuitits
hiitils of the Cnnndlnn Inxvriiinenl hlovrmiumummiTime InxvriiinenlTho
Time war wa r rngltmd lmgim ni is xvnelng ii liHivnton tmm me o t flu is ist i 4 4a
t crtinliiiil war for gotil The llivm nt all alltime nilttlnss
time were willing imllng to concede every fair und undjiiit imnijmmst
jiiit dtimand Ingland mtilit Nutlilnir would wouldsitisy wommlicml
sitisy cml m e IthndiM him und ChamliHrlii I imsm Ui icrlst n They Theywanted lucywit
wanted wit lit el th laud of the I hi Boor I lou rs IIIHHUMO It con contalned contistrmuti
talned gold and nil thn I ho other Incidental de demands its itsnumnils ¬
mands WITH mertly pretext A As snon HS time w wconredi1 was wascommehu
conredi1 t ntiothernuil a umotimu r mm ti t i a harder one on was made madeTne uriauteI
Tne I flss truth I rim tii IH ii nnd mm nh history im will i I I coon record u It Ittint itt
tint t Knulnnd I wantvdlhu Wa ntut I hi control omit ml ofthlt of timi cunn cunntry 01mm mm mmm
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Mitpnt 1dm tIm I In i ft order to Ii Miitml emit you the coniineren eoulmmmme reim nnd nndilictatn nfl 1 1it
it ilictatn mitmmt ss the t hue deHtlny lmst I ii s t smt > f the world worldMr ionidM 1 1I
Mr M r SitlWb nulogleof malog tis sf Iniil I mummi KrOaer K rilge r and hli hliKivifplii ii is
I Kivifplii roMiliiriiioii comims ta5 on of tint ims war and nil nilrnuliiMniiii clilmiglmstmnmsru
rnuliiMniiii Idiintiliiil with II were > rnoolvc rnoolvcwith reeeisutis
with is ml tm vlient i elm I iliinnhstriitliin i i m n lu it rat liii u of ol nppnivAl lli llivninred II IIS
vninred S lit Imillsh ln mzt is hi rrlendsblii riclmt sdm I it for I r the I hi c Ililtd IliltdStati t tm I tumi tumiutttps
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