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LONDON, May 6, <:*> a. m.— London has b««n confidently expecting to have news of the relief of Mafaklng before midnight, but at that hour the war office stated no further intelligence had been received of Hunter's column, to which the publlo be lieved had been assigned the work of re lieving the town. Beyond further detail* of the occupation of Brandfort little or no news has coma during the night ftltuatloa at Thnba R'Oka. A dispatch from Thaba NChu, dated May 4, says the situation la practically unchanged, the Boers holding their posi tion and sending occasional sheila Into tha Brltlah camp. From the top of Thaba N'Chu hill one can see over the Boer camp. The country, through which a number of Boera are trekking, Is exceed ingly difficult. It la learned that the Boera are trying to draw supplies from the Ladybrand district. The Seventeenth brigade hss moved four miles south, presumably to assist Gen. Brabant, If necessary. ■aay Head ef Cattle Captared. A dispatch from Allwal North, dated May 5, says: "Three hundred captured cattle and horaea were brought In last night. Tha wounded are being gradually moved here from Mafeteng." Advance Will »e Rapid. ▲ dispatch fre* Cap* Team My*: "Tha geaeral feeling here. In which official cir cles participate, la that Lord Roberts' ad vance toward Pretoria will be rapid. The Boer prlaonere do not antlulpato that any effective resistance will be encountered." Anxiety Is felt regarding the fate of Mr. Begble. who has been arrested in connec tion with the blowing up of the shell fac tory. Consul Hay is watching the accused mail's Interests. Uca. Roberts' Report. Lord Roberts reports to tha war office under date of Brandfort, May 4, as fol lows: "Hamilton advanced today to Neal Wel kot. He was engaged with the >nimy throughout the march. He speaks In terms of praise of the behavior of the troops, especially Broadwood's brigade at cavalry and mounted Infantry." Following I'f Hii Advantage. Roberts Is evldentlr losing no time In following up tha substantial advantage gained by the occupation of Brandfort, and his whola fores Is apparently moving on Winburg. Tha place mentioned In I/ord Roberts' dispatch to the war offlca this morning as "Neal Welkot" cannot be found on the maps, and It Is likely that It is a cable error lor "near Vet kop," at which place Gen. lam Hamilton seems to be, midway between Hout nek and Winburg. and that he has thus got between Wlnbur* and (Jen. Olivier* command from Wepener, which Is occupying Thaba Patchoa. Country Suitable (or Horr Tactics. I let wean Thaba NVhu, Lady brand and Winburg the oouiitry la rough and suited to the Boers' taotics, so the British are Uabla to be considerably harraased before they capture the stronghold. Experts differ as to whether Lord Rob erts l« bound toward Krooiietad or In the direction of Bethlehem. The latter plaeo Is the terminus of the line Joining *<th the Natal railroad at Van Reei'an* pass, and the capture of that place noulJ probably compel the Boers to leave th< Drakenburg range and thus open the way for Gen. Buller's advance. The British will have to reconstruct the bride* over the Vet before the railroad between Brand fort and Winburg becomes available. Attempt to Assassinate *t<hrelner CAPE TOWN, May A—The South Af rican News says that a pol■ nun who was guarding Premier ftchrelner s house has been shot, adding that the policeman nas sir. king a e!*ar at the time, on wl.lch tact is ba»»d an assert!, n that the butlst was evidently intended for the pre mier, who Is an Inveterate smoker. Af rican buni papers are making a sensation out of the affair. declaring aa ami-Uutcb plot Is on foot. linnter Crosses the Vssl. WARRKNTON. May 6. evening.—The Vaal river has been auccessfnSy crossed a Windsorton by Barton's hrtgale. with ■whom is Gen. Hunter, commanding the division. The Boers have evacuated Wind scrton and Kllpdam. They are tiekkin* northward an: are tlffnting for all they are worth. Barton Is hanging on to their rear and shelling thnm vigorous:* Judging from the clouds of dust, the re treating Boers must be In very large rum- Urs. Uners Trek From Warrenton. WARRENTON. May s.—The Boers to day vainly attempted to reach the Brlt tCouUuucd cu faga X*» PROPOSED CHANGES IN THE ALASKA BILL. Gov. Brady nnd W. J. Mllroy Snxgfit Amendment* Before the Hoove Committee. Special Di a patch to the Post-Intelligcncer. WASHINGTON, May 5.—-Gov. Brady and W. J. Mllroy, of Cape Nome, advocated today, before the house committee an amendment of that portion of the Alaskan bill relating to beach mining. They favored leaving- control below law water mark to the war department and ail between low water and the tundra to min ers' meetings; they al3o favored the re quirement of SIOO assessment work on eacu claim within three months of date of loca tion. Carrier Healstration Service. Letter carrier registration service has been ordered established May 15 in the fol lowing citle* of Washington: New What com, Spokane. Walla Walla, Walllngford. METHODIST CONFEREN CE. Plan for I'nlfleatlon of Varlons So cieties Referred to a Committee of Fifteen. CHICAGO, May s.—After an hour of ac tive debate among delegates to the Metho diat general conference today a committee of fifteen was appointed to report a plan for th« consolidation of the Freedman's Aid and Southern Educational Society and the Church Extension Society, or either of them, with the home department of the Missionary Society into one society to be known as the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal church. The com mute* was Instructed to report next Fri day. Hey. A. I-eonard, Cincinnati conference. In discussing the resolution which was In troduced by him declared the unification of the societies would leasen expenses and facilitate progressive work. Dr. H. J. Jackson, presiding elder of the Rook River conference. Introduced a me morial, signed by the twenty laymen, pro viding for Important changes In the meth od* of governing deaconenes. A resolution recommending that In any proposed changes of the discipline the nil* be supplemented to require a two-thirds vote of both orders present necessary for adoption was referred to the committee on the state of the church. A resolution providing that elections of bishops, secretaries, book agents and edi tors be held Monday, May 14. and that no measures contemplating changes In th® book of discipline be considered after May 15 were also referred to this committee. The committee was Instructed to report next Tuesday, and If Its report Is In favor of the passage of the latter resolution the amusement question will probably coma before the conference without delay. The conference then adjourned until Monday. PRISONERS ARE RELEASED. Licit. Olkbesa. Ist Command nt Ri. peilllos, Takes lltl Captives Prom rilWlM, Moatlr liulute WASHINGTON. May K.-Th« navy d»- partment liaa mad* public a report from Lieut. J. H. Olbbona. attached to the Brooklyn, dated Cavlta, March 4. upon an expedition conducted by him In the south of Luxon. In the latter part of Kebrunry last, which resulted In the re leaoa of R22 prisoner*, mostly Spaniards, who had been held by the Filipinos for many months. According to tha report Lieut. Olbbona wa* placed In command of the United States transport Gen. Al ava, with a detail of officers and men from the Brooklyn, on the 23th of Feb ruary. and proceeded to the vicinity of San Narclso. Oulf of Ragay, at the south ern extremity of Luxon, In search of these prisoners. Oft Gulnayaban. some of the prisoners who had escaped came aboard, reporting that thirty-six Span ish prisoners who were disabled had been loft by the Insurgents at that town and the remainder of the prisoners, In cluding some Americans, were being car ried to Plrls. The AiaS-a at one* made for Plrls and landed a party of twenty marines, under command of I,leut. Brown. U. S. M. O , at the head of the bay. The Insurgent guard fled and the prisoners were released and brought aboard the ship. There were among thom ten Americans: seventy-two Span ish oflHrers, one accompanied by his wife, seventeen priests, twenty-one merchants, four Filipinos, four Spanish soldier*, In cluding the wife of one. There waa a good deal of hariTshlp connected with the expedition, and Lieut. Gibbons re ports that he cannot speak too enthusi astically of the xeal shown by the men. IM'RK A*K Of TIIK ARMY. Artillery Corps Will Re Increased by the Heorgitnlsittlnn mil. WASHINGTON. May In anticipation of tho passage by the house of the army Mil In an unamended form, the officials at the war department have been figuring to learn what effect tho 1411 will have up«>n the numerical strength of the army. It appears that the only branch of tho service which will receive any addition Is the artillery, and the num ber of men to added to that branch 1* only M 7* at the maximum. This will majte the total strength of this branch of the ewvice 37,44-4. Tho present enlisted strength o| the army l» (5&.0U0 regular# and .15,(M> volun teer's. or a total of 10#,Ml The r> rga laaiion Mil wilt Increase that total to luo.- 47S men. \o Minister to Turkey* WASHINGTON. May &.-It Is authori tatively announced that until the pend ing Issue relative to the payment of the American Indemnity claims Is settled to the satisfaction of the state department, no United States minister wiil attend the Turkish capital and Mr. Straus leave of abeence will remain as It Is now, indefinite as to duration. Farmer Commits Suicide. Special Dispatch to the Post-lntelllgencer. AUBURN, May S.-C. W. Jnjtlis. a farm er living on Green river, about ten miles above Auburn, committed suicide yester day by drowning himself In the river. Hla body was found today. He had been sick with typhoid pneumonia and was weak and despondent He waa about S3 years of me. a native of Allfgheny. Pa,, and had been a resident In this county f-"*r twenty >aars. lie ltavui a Wit* juid thief i_iiu dnh ■ UNMI 1 IMS. One of Gen. Otis' Last Of ficial Actions. AN EDUCATIONAL PLAN. Municipal Affairs to Be Turned Over to the Natives. Kach Town to Conduct All of Iti In ternal Affairs Thronich Officers Elected by the Xatlvei Them selves, Glvinf Them am Oppor tunity to Learn the Duties and Privileges of Preo Cltlsens—The Order Promises That If Abuses Are Committed by the Local Oil fllclals They Will Be Punished. _______ % WASHINGTON, May 6-Secretary Root today sent to comrrm a copy of an order Issued by Uen. Otis und-Just received here, providing for a system of civil municipal government for the Philippines and for the election of municipal officials by the people. The order says In part: G*>. Otis' Order. "It Is with great satisfaction that the United States authorities. In consonance with former promises, promulgates In this order the law by which the municipalities of the towns of the Philippines are to be etsnbllshed and governed In the future. The law Is Inspired by a genuinely liberal spirit and the principle of autonomous government. It Is In Itself educating. It Is calculated to urge on the people In the path of true progress, if they are desirous to understand their duties ss free citi zens and make legitimate use of their privileges. Pan Exercise DiHrage Right. "For the first time the Philippine people are to exercise the right of suffrage for election of municipal officers—a right only slightly restricted by conditions which have been Imposed for the purpose of re warding. as well as encouraging the peo ple In their just.and natural aspirations to become educated and worthy to enjoy all the benefits of civilization. Rtfh Mnnlrlpallty Independent. "With the municipalities a really auton omous and decentralised municipal gov ernment will be established In the towns, since no provincial assembly Is created In the capitals of the provinces or dis tricts. and each municipality Is the legiti mate administrator of the Interests of the town and will keep, preserve and expend for the publla welfare the municipal funds." Purposes of This Country. After further explaining the general purposes of the la/w. the order proceeds as follows: "A reading of the provision of the la* clearly demonstrates the purpose, tenden cies and benefleence of the United Htati* government. Naturally It Is impossible to frame legal provisions which are perfect, but thoee are susceptible of further Im- Contlnued on Page Two. Lieut. Gen. Sir Herbert Chenmtde. LIEUT. r.EX =rn llERBI&RT CHERMHID®. who la r-laylng <u\ Import, ant pert in the present operations southeast of Rloemfinteln. Is an en gineer officer, bo..'ling the * ibetanllai ruuk of major general In the !!r!»- tah army. He want to South Afrt* u a brigaJe commander. but wm rm- I'Mitiy given oommand of a division. From almost hi* Mart in the servke hta career ha* been iienliflt-d wi:h ?h« Hast. He served aa mlll'sry mta< lie with the Turkish troop# throughout the K<«mn-Turkish war. In I>jC he w»nt to Egypt and K -rved through the campaign of that y«Lr, and In the Hourtan expeditions In ISS4 and 18S5, and was for some time governor general of the Red sea. littoral. FYom :S*» to ISM ha commanded on the Nile frontier and wa» In oommand at the battle of Sarras When a commissioner was re quired for Crete, Chensalda waa the man neleetej, and there he remained from IXSJ* until la*t year. Though wish twenty-nine years* servke to his credit. Sir Herbert Is only 50 years of aga. SERIOUS ACCIDENTS AT DEWEY CELEBBATION. CroTrdw So firent Tliat Potent off Women nnd Children Were Crashed and Flrulsed. ST. LOUIS. May 5.-With a parade of military and ctvlc organiiatlons of Mis souri this afternoon and an informal re ception by the Loyal Legion tonight, the two days' celebration in St. Louis In honor of Admiral l>ewey came to an end. Probably 540,060 people, including 7&.0A0 from outside points, stood patiently for hours along the line of march to see the admiral, cheered him wildly as be was driven by in the parade, then pressed for ward to some new point of vantage on the streets along which the parade wound its way through the business district! to cheer him again. A| some points of the parade the crowds were so great that the police were ut terly help'ess. and dozens of bruised and fainting and crying children were rescued on/r l»y the use of clubs, in some cases the helples* ones being carried out over the heads of an almost immovable mass of people. In* front of the grand stand at the ex position building the crowd got beyond the control of a hundred policemen, and for an hour before the parade reached that point packed the street from curb to curb for a distance of three blocks, a narrow passageway for the parade Anally being clenred with great difficulty. At this point, almost rxactly un.l»r the spot whore tho admiral stood. a horse be longing to an officer of the Culver mili tary academy became frightened and In an Instant ha.l thrown Ms rider and piling ed into the mass of men, women and chil dren. Rearing and kicking. hs tore hit way through the crowd along the side walk half the length of the grand stand before he was finally brought under con trol, leaving over a doien persons pros trated and bleeding on the walk. Most of them were only slightly hurt, but one man and two women kicked or trampled on by the crated animal were carried to near-by drug stores. Over the entire length of the line of march, extending for nearly si* miles, the admiral was given so hearty a reception that he was kept bowing and doffing hla bat continually. The line of march was n* follows: East 011 Washington to Channlng, south on Channlng to I»cust, east on locust to Fifteenth, north on Fifteenth to Washing ton, east on Washington to Fourth, south on Fourth to Clark, west on Clark to Broadway, north on Broadway to Olive, west on Olive to Seventeenth, south on Seventeenth to Pine, west on Pine to Twentieth and disband. Tha parade ended. Admiral and Mr* Dewey were driven at once to crs" hotel, wliare they rested until even ing. At 9 o'clock Admiral T>ewey was escorted to the hall of the military order of the Loyal legion. In the Lac'.ede build. Ing, of which the admiral has been a member for twenty years. This affair was purely Informal, and no SSt programme was carried out. Tomarrow morning the admiral and par ty Ifave for Memphis, Tenn., where a two days' celebration will be held In hla honor. looking for Shipwrecked rrew. WASHINGTON, May 5.-A»alstant Sec retary Bpauldlng haa taken active meaa ures to rescue If possible the fifteen men who, In a amall boat, abandoned the wrecked steamer Virginia on the outer Diamond shoal*. Today he ordered the revenue steamers Algonquin, now at Wll rnlnirton, N. and the OMndnfo, which la expected to arrive at Norfolk today, to proceed to sea at once In search of the mlaalng men. PRICK FIVE CENTS. IMB II 1Y HEIRS. Austrian Emperor Gets Tips From tbe German. GOOD TARGET PRACTICE. German Artillerists and Riflemen Show Great Profioienoy. Itrllllunt Entertainments for the Visiting Hourok, IVh* l>rllahts Hl* Rojal flout by CoufrrrlnK High Military Rank, anil lias a Trnnkful of Drroratloni for German Notabilities— Berlin Pa pers Make Mnoh of the Visit a* Showing That the Drelhnnd la Intact and Strong- Before World. Copyright, 1900, by the Associated rress. lIKRI.IN, May s—This was another Ideal spring day, a regular Kaiser Wetter. Just the thine for the Interesting army maneu vers held this morning. Kmperor William and Kmperor Krancls .Joseph of Austria left the Anhalt depot promptly at S K m,, arriving on plain of Juoter bogk, where the sham fights were ar ranged. by $ o'cloek. Tlie exercises occu pied an hour and a half, after which «h» emperor* lunched at Jueterbogk, return- to llerlln at 1 p. tn. Hnth «mperora ai>- pearcd to be In good health and fine spirits. Ke»#s of NharpshootlnK. Most Interesting feats of shsrpshootlng were witnessed and explanations were given to the Austrian emperor by Kmpe ror William and Osn. Von dossier, tha minister of war, and Count Von Schlleffeii, the chief of the general staff, about ths improvements hitherto held strictly secret of both the German army riflo of the latest pattern and tha new field guns. These explanations were given to Kmperor Fran cis Joseph alone, and not to his military suite. Tha Austrian emperor was deeply Interested In them. Maw Artillery Taetloa. The exerulees, however, In themselves mads a picturesque spectacle, more espe cially tha part which displayed ths new tactics of tha (laid artillery. Tha empe rors after their arrival at tha Jueterbogk depot mounted horses and rods past tha troops placed tn tile from lha depot to tha maneuvers field. When they arrived there the ordre de batallle was given out. 'ilia whole was under tha command and direc tion of MaJ. Uen. Von Schmidt, represent ing the Inspector of field artillery. The troops present were a battallun of the First Guard regiment, a battalion of tha Second Guard regiment, a battallan com posed of one company each of the Guard Chasseurs and Guard Boheutsen I,ehr, and a battalion of Infantry of the sharpshoot ers' school; also two squadrons of Idfe Hussars and a field artillery regiment, made up from the sixth Instruction bat teries of Held artillery of ths Instruction school. Kach body was In full war strength, with cartridges also ss In tlms of war. The full strength of a guard pio neer company also participated. The moat remarkable feature, about which Kmperor Francis Joseph repeatedly expressud hla admiration, was the exactness of aim shown both by tha artillery and Infantry, even at great distances. Tha Austrian em peror once summoned a general of his suite and pointed out this feature to him. At the concilia ton of tho stasm ImiUs, a pscade march tiled past the emperors, Francis Joseph thanking tha officers com manding for lha Impitsalvs spectacle wit nessed and a< cording them Mg"i praise. Lunch was served at the officers' casino of the field artillery Instruction school, i:si|irrnr William's Set* Hank# Kmperor William's ap»>ulnlnicnt si Aus trian field g-ricral pleases 'dm greatly, th* mors so a a aided and none existed In tha Austrian army since the death <4 Arrlr I Hike At brat ht In IMA. The military rank thua conferred on Kmperor William is higher than his own In tho German army. Hesldt * this courtesy the Austrian • mj" t r al<i gave William a majtnin ent (Mils of him self encased In a diamond studded .raruo and with t ha mmtto "Kemper Idem" (always the same;. Knperor Francis Joseph also pr- Ihs <man em press snd her wi«*J* family with fins gifts. Will He a Haln «»f Orders, The visiting emfteior < »vlt rred ths grsnd cross of tha HiepUen order on Count *on tluelow, tha German minister at foreign affairs !l*f«r« Kinperor Francis Jos. pa leaves a rain of orders will descend upon l.crlin for i * <■ jh in r<. nay akmo of tha decoration* which '■ >e Austrian empercr look along Is wild to !>e lT2s'M> florins. Austrian l.iupernr \lelta llrdnesl. After his return to Berlin for. per or Francis paid a number of visits. Ka : «*. between 4 and & o'clock bs drove to ths barracks of the Brwperor I ran 1% regi ment, which la under his personal patron age and .which Is ron44*t*d one of tha crack regiments of Germany. The bar racks were splendidly ornamented and decorated. Tha main gate showed a tri umphal arch. In tta 'enter of which was a large Austrian Imperial crown and J>*. neath It on velvet the monogram of ths regiment. R«wid« sere masts tearing lha Austrian and Hungarjan r es • entwined wltn evergreen. The b illdlaj; itself she we-l appropriate floral decoration, and German and Austrian eagtca sire overywhere dl» played as symbola. The regiment received Kmperor Francis Joseph who wis Accom panied by Kmperor William In par add form, drawn up under the rnniand of X,leut. Col Van Itaven. At « o'clock a boi.qufct waa served at ths regimental casino (or US persona. la tie 00r4.se k«n '