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"T HE CAMERA in the Kitchen' & . & Are You Following This Sunday Republic Novelty? HOW Irishmen Fight for the Queen. . . Written by a Native of Ireland. Next Sunday's Republic. JL flu M. S.oiil". (Inr Crnt, I7Tr',Tl1 i Outxiilc M. I.lii. ' Ont X llltjlJ. jo 'rraliin. Three (Viiln. ST. LOU IK. MO.. THURSDAY, .IAXUAKY 11, !!)()(). XTXFT-SECOyD YEAR. LOUIS REPUBLIC. THE O New Commander of the British Forces Is on the Scene. BOERS BOMBARDING. Big Guns at Ladysmith Give White No Rest. BULLER'S REPORT. Considered the Fore runner of a Terrible Casualty List. London, Jan. 10, 9.03 p m. General Lord Hul-t-ns. the m w commamlcr of the llritisli forcr-s In South Afriru. and Ills chief eif staff. General Lord Kitchener. have arrival at Cape Town iioiut i.im: uiim: xo hi:t. 1jndon. Jan. 11 A dispatch to the Dally Telegraph, dated Monday, Januery S, at Iiotm. from Fr re Camp. savs: "Firing from the l:oer po-ltlon around l.nd)smlth began early to-day. It still con tinues, but the cannouaiiins Is Hutu and Ir regular." The Durban correspondent of the Stand ard, telegraphing Tuesday, says that 1,2K Indian stretcher bearers startesl for the front the previous night, and that their de parture was r.-gardeel in Durban as lndlvia tive of a renewal of the fighting. The Standard has received the following, dated January s, from Its special corre tpondent at Frere Camp: "I hear on good authority that President Kruger sent word to the Itoer headiiu triers asking xih I-tdismith had not he-en at tacked, and that the reply was: 'We should lose too many men' His aiiMitr to this excuse was the suggestion tiiat the Free Staters might be put In tho fore front. "This hint was taken and the attack de livered. President Kruger's advice was so far cool that the Free Staters behaved bit ter than the Transvualers have done. At all events, they managed to beize a, hill. J.ater In the day the Trunsvaalcrs retired liefore General White's counter attack amid tho Jeers of the Free Staters, uho actually Muck to their position until they were b.io iicttd in the ditch. After this affair It is almost certain that the allies will quarrel. "A heavy gun mounied on Fmbulwana 1HH has hern nn.-iff sine- daybreak. Hvi ilcjitly the telgo of Ladysmuh is still main tained." HOW TUIl -.LITOMi- VIZl.U. fc'ptcial CaUo to The Ittpulillc. New ).oxk Herald ami IjutiJcn Daily Mall. lle-ouUlcittou l'ree- Iilbiteed. It. ndsburg. Tuesday. Jan. 9. tCopyright. ICO, by James Gordon Dennett.) On Sun day a squadtun of the composite House hold Cavalry ieconnoitcred the cnem)'s ex treme, left think and unmasked two suns, disclosing an entirely new position. There were no casualties. To-day the camp i.s ejulet and the men are resting. More complete details of the disaster to the SuiTolks on Saturday show that when two of his companies reached the summit of tho hill where tho Iioers lay. Colonel Wat son addressed tho mui and officers, and an advance was made wish lived baonets. The 1'oers. who wiru hidden in linrenchments, reserved their tire till our men weio within twenty yard, and imanuhilo crept round our force. On Colonel Watson Riving the order to charge ho was immediately shot through the head and the men were moun down by a. ertoim of bullets. Kvctitually they wcro stopped by the stone breastworks of the enemy and here v,ero surrounded and compiled to surrender. The other two companies retired without casualties. Tho liners behaved well. They laid the dead officers and men in separate places, severing their faces with their helmets, and afterwards, assisted in burying them, shut ins a psnlm over their graves. iionit. ;i .vitii 'iiikik mm:x. Hend'burg. Cape Colon, .Monday, Jan. b. It is reported here officially, with refer ence tu tliu disaster to tho l'irsi Itattallon of the Sulfolk Kegnnent, that Lieutenant Colonel Watson marched the regiment in close column to the lop of the hill at mid nlghi. Ho assembled the officers and was addressing them just at daybreak, when the ene-my ollcjed at a distance of thirty paces. The Colonel, his Adjutant, and two other officers wcro killed. Tho sjuffolks, who had scarcely Tired a fchc.t, lied back to the pickets about a thou sand yards awa), some or.o having shouted "Ketiio." About 150. however, remained, lost heavily, and finally surrendered. Our orera'.lons since havo been unim portant. Several rt-connoissancea have been made, ami thc.se show that the enemy Is jealously guarding his communication tu the lorth. uii:t at i'iti:nn rvju-. -'re-rial CaWe to The IlrpublU . York IleralJ and London Dally Hall. Itei.ubllcatlon lro !ilt,IIl. Frero Camp Monrlaj. Jan. S Cipyrlcht. lfil). by James G.irdoi, Iteiinett.i-Wlth th txception of the usual shellliiK of the ltoer tusltlon by the naval cuns the force hero ninalneil irartlic to-daj. 1-Ight Jloer camps were seen by a iiatrol along the Tugcla. One on this sldo of the liver to the o.ist w-is Terkoned to con tain men. In a westerly direction all was reportc-d quiet. Natives state that on Saturday, when the Jlrltish rtconiioiteretl Coltnso, the llorrs hurtled from Springfield. This supports the Iwlicf that the def r.so of Cob nso was weakened In order to re-enforco the attack upon Iidi-nii:li. General Uartou Is tufrerlmj from strdin. Ho will, however, soLn be able to rcsuiuo active duty. Thero Is Reneral jubilation in camp tiv r the news of the ir.ill.int dtfeii'-e of Unl smith. The dls.istrous repulse of the liners spoaks Milumes for the pluck of our men. who. after a 1 tiKtliPiu-l tieRe. were able to withstand a most determined attack. last ing seventeen hoins. and nnlshed trlum ph.intly. m:s rum; m i.i.mt. Iindn. Jan. 11. The War ORice announce- that the Ils-t uf Urltl.-h casualties at I.'idysmith last S-nurd-iy has not bten received. The following dispatch, dated at Frere Camp, January 10 neon, has lien re ceived from Gtneral Hullrr. "A Transvaal telegram kIvcs the enemy's los at J-idvMnllh on Saturday as four killed and fifteen wounded, and this after, as is admitted, thev had endured . with- r iuj: lire from six marked batf-ries and been "Natives here assert that the Hoers lost In one tommmdo alone ISO killed and ' wai;onIoads of wounded. Tte heaviest loss j is said to havo been nmontf the Free Stat- i Continued an l'ngc 'Jvvo. f i.i:m:iii. i it m:u-. O I.'inl-. lt.it.. r!s at.l Kit. h. n. r h ive uiiivid .it i aiH Tiivn to a. itme O dlrvftion of the Itntish C!iniiaii;n in South Africa. fr Gen-ral liullcr IndlKii.mtly rejrts that the Itoer- latin to hav ht it onlv f. ur kill, d mid tlfti-n wounded 4 in the nv.ntirii hour-' llRht at Iidj.mith last Saturday. He -ays that natives r port to him that the ISoers' casualties vver- 4 heavy His messa;:e Is coiilsdereil a cttriuus or... In London, and is there believed to be ttie forerunner of a terrible ea-ualtv 11-t from Idysmlth 'i Itulhr's mi ase Is ddletl at Fiere Camp at ihh n yestenlay, and does nut mention renewed fliihttnir Advi-s from the Colesbt-rs dt-tr!.t show that the SntTolks were cauitltt in an anibu.-eade. They hareed and suddenU found themselves -ur- roundi d and compelled to surrender. GiniT.il French nlo re p. rts that he lot tour men and ,i Captain In .i reconn .1 ance on Tuesday. Gatacre was Informed that the Itoers had evacuate.! Ftormher(r and di-patch, d a stronir force in that dirt ctien. The ltmish icturned to V camp upon disi ov rliiK the l'.oers stroitclv intrfnchtl SITUATION SUMMARIZED. Heavy Task Awaits Lord Roberts Methuen May Be Relieved. I!V MII.TON V. sNvnnu. si'fcial isy caiii.i:. London. Thur-day, Jan. 11 iCnpvrUht, ISO), bv Jamfs Gordon Iienmtt The chief Item of news this morning is that General Itoberts and Klteliener have reached Cape Tow n 1'ntil the new Commander-in-Chief has formulated a new plan ot campaign and a new system of tactics, and until subnanti il re-enforcements arrive, news is Ilk. Iv to le coru-picuous bv its absence, as It Is not ex pected that any great progress will be made. The Hritih Generals are at a standstill because of faulty strategy and because the forces on the- spot are Inadequate, and neither d. feet ean be remedied at one Fuller details of the disaster to the Suf folk Itiglmtnt do not Improve the original Hory. Wo now hear nothing of the en. my Klvin? the order to retire. The men seem to have been led up against a strong Jtoer nOMirtnt. nn.l ... I...... .... ,, . -' " i.nc netn unauie lo etie-l lanj thing in tho face of a heavy tire, vvheie- 1 Upon two oomn.lnfr... rrte......1 ... ... ..,.. was captured. A report was current in the city yester day that Gem ra! Hector MacDonald when he arrives, will take over the command of the Modder Itiver column, relieving Gen eral Methuen. who. it Is Id. h.i had -eri-m- disagreements with otilcers under him. It Is known that General Wauchope pro tested against the fatal night mireh l.t without avail, and It is Hld S,!tThe"oln ,e f'.'Vo, "'? ,Ja,tal"": . Ht back f tape Town b.eau,. he and G. neral Me thuen dKigrefd as to the ddvi.-.H.IIItv of a certain strategic, move ''" of a beUnv,;L0t Ilk'.y U,al an-"-''t move will he made on the Hritish side Iltul i or, Hoberts has con-ider.-d the who " osl, ,?, Mons u,cra, " Wa instruc- General Hllcr ,r.lght. If hu preparations had !.. complete, have att.i.k'd ., s ,tur dy when I-idjsmith wa.s .,sa, or or the following Sunday wlthit "u,. -,m fc-round for the suggestion that he vvl-he-j o bring off u coop befor- ,h.. arrvlI , i tho new Commander-inrhief It,, i J ,!..,, not have fought yesterdayor A 'Z- w I h tlon. e ""nt,,f 0",,, ,0 ,h-lt '"I'"- INSULTEDJHEIR GUEST. Kiotons I'm ISriti.-Ii .M,.fiin of tho Alhjiny Sotiftv. New York. Jan. lO.-The annual reunion of the Albany So, I, ty of New York wa- held to-night at Delmonic'y. Ono ,,,,,, Hm, fifty persons were present. Justice V,1 ward of the Supreme Court, a pirticulir friend of Governor ltoosev.lt. was down to r, -pond to the to, 3t. The Dutch In Albany and In South Africa." He .1. vot.il the rt part of his address to the Djich in Albany rk'-i ' tUrnt',1 '" U' IURh '" Sou,h Af" As li. fontliiued. the guests b.jr.n to cough and laugh and In other ways nnnov the speaker. Wh. n he prai-ed tne It... there was an open outbreak or hostilities Jii-tlce Woodward was unable to proceesV on,- ot the guests Jumped on Ids chair un.i shouted fur oriltr. "The action of some of the members of this MH-lfty and th.ir treatm.nt of Justice U,ol.ird is utt.rly contemptible," he ex claimed. "Justic- Woodaard I here ti, speak at the Invitation of tilt. W(cl,tv , , his -ul.J.ct was agreed upon. If J(m .'.' gentlemen. jii will act as such. It not. the,; you ought to be ashamed of jourselv.s " Justice Woodu.ud finally said "I want t.j apologize to you for acceptlng our invitation to speak here to-night It was und.r-tood th.,t I was u Is- ,mr J,,,.' and to s-peak on the subj.ct I have till,'.! on. but I M.-m to have given u (T, n-e and I sincerely apologize to you" Then, .liawlns himself to h.s'ful height he thundered: ' "In closing 1 wunt to propo-e a toast to that grand old statesman, the William the Silent of South Africa. ,lt. ))f :l. - ,"'! KMi!V"'I"rt0"a"tlfS '"'''' "!i ""1 I'-JU There Here a few cheers, hut Kmg.r's Hr"s """ Un"' "' "" ttialanche- of LA CARICATURES CARTOON. Fiviit-Ii Comi Uivhlcs That I'ul.li,; .Morals Wirt' Xoi (ir,'ii,I,.(i. rarl. Jan. 1-The manager and artlt of 1.1 Caricature, who publish. I an alleged Indecent cartw.n. representing President KrugerhavlDK Queen Victoria ov. r hi- knees ... ..,. t. ., ;.iim, ner. was- tried to-liv ' on the eharg. of outraging public morals" t The Court acquitted tl.. accused on the i ground that in spite of the gros-n.-ss of the satire, it did not have the obscene character I winch would justify the charge. HAVE A LITTLE FIGHT LEFT. Thit'o Thousand Spaniards OjlVr to Ilt-lp (Jut thf Hritish. Inelfin. Jan. 11 -The Gibraltar corre spondent of the Dally Telegraph s.ivs. "Three thousand Mme-explreil Spanish soldiers from the Cuban war have offered their services to Great llrituin in South Africa. The Governor here has informed their agent that he Is not authorized to en llat fortUeOCrj." , KAISER'S BROTHER GOES TQ DEUGOL I'linio Ilcniy Almaiil tin- HnitM-h- Iaiitl llcatlcd fur Lorenzo .Manioc.. GREAT BRITAIN IS YIELDING. CtTiiian Slt-aiiicr Ili-rop; and an American ('tirfi tif i'lour Ue- leiiM'tl Tin- Uepl.v to t'lioatf. SI'- I l. MY fWHI.E. Iterlln. Jan. 10 -ffopyrlght. 15. liy W. IE. IP lr.-t )-It Is r.irte.l that I'rince II. n r .- tl ig-hip, the Deutse bland, has illesl from Slngapote :.t full -p, ed lor D lago.l r.av tl'nn.-e Henry was in f-.imm:iud of the G. rm.iu tint on the A-latlc Station at tile time that D.-wev aehiev.-l his notable vic tory it Manila Itaj The attitude of tin Gt minus was not notably cordial towar.1 tin Americans when Dewey sailed from l'eng-Ivong to "tn:d and d. -trov the Sp.,11-i-l, tl. ft. ' lull I'rince H.nrv call.d to hid the tli. n Commodore Deucv farewell. The I'line'i- -aid that he might follow the Amer icans ov.r to wltne-s the batile it vwis th u tint iLvvey g..n his since much tu t.d w irn.u to H.nrv, lo take care that he did not get b. twe, n th. Amer'tati guns and the .n. mv.i mi: iinit.oG tti:t. t:-r.t). Durban. Jan. K The Itrltish authorities Inv. i lea-, d the German steamer Herzog. whieh wa- seized J.inuarv 0. while on her wa to l.oreozo .M.'niuez. IIICITll, ADVH-ls 1.1 Mtll.lt . ll.ilin. Jan l't Por, ign oillee- otllcials now uiriH, tlirm-. Ive.- more freel about th- r.riti-b s. Izure- of eleriuan i-sels Great Itrltains formal written answer to Germanv s tormal protest lias not ct been r.e-lved. but another firal d-claiatum bv l.onI Sill-bury to Count von llatzfeldt. the! Germ..n Ambassador in London, has bi-n tele'grapli-d to iterlin. showing thai e!r. at lirltaiu a.Imlts her eil.Ilgation to pay .lam-age-s f.ir seizing vessels not carrying con traband It Is admitted bv the l'fireign Otllce that the armor.-l crui-er lcin.-ililand. tl.igship of I'lliife lit niy of rrussla, may be sent to Dehigoa Hay, with the gunl-oat Habieht. It is rt liabiy r.-peirtid. lmwever. that the Deiitehlamr ulreaiv ha,, sailed tor Delagoa liny. The examination of the cargo of the Hun-de.-rath. the Kurt Irii Olhce has been in formed. Is still In preigress. Annitic v. ri.aii it t.iiinit i i:n. I.omlon. Jan. 10. The American Hour seized off D. lagoa ltd) lias been rciea-ed. fnitist States Amhds-.ulor Cho.ite had an Intervlejr with the Martini of Salisbury thls afttrnoo-.i and n-ct Ivetl a wrWiI reply to the repres. ntatlons f the Washington Governmtnt Ti.e Itrltish note on this sub ject was sent later to the I'lill.-I States Kmbassy. The gist of it was cabled to Washington. In brief, fooe'stuffs arc not consider.-! contraband of war unless intended for the ncmy. Several of the. Government's advl-ers wanted to make a rcgulatli n regarding canned K1s. but this was decide-d to be Impracticable. The decl-lon to make flojr and grain in tran-it to the enemy contraband, lsevidnit !j ht-lgt.l in by miny dltlieultles ot ee.-u-tlon. but the Foreign Ollice believes that In vestigation will g.nerally det. rtniiie wheth er the gtaln Is rc.tllv meant for e-onsump-tlon at I-eircnzo Mai.iuez or in the "Ir.in--Veial. Mr Ch.ate cabled Lord Salisbury's note to the State D. partment at Washington and Colonel Hay Is expected to reply accepting the terms. The latt. r step was not taken by Mr. Choate, as he had first to receive authority from the State Department to do so M:vroit iiti.i:- hioi,ition. Washington, Jan lo -Senator Hale of Maine tu-day offered the following r. solu tion, relating to the seizure of American tlLiir bv the Hritish Ge.v rnment: "Wh.-ieas. l'ro'eeity of citizens of the I'lilted States not eontraband of war has been lately js. Izi. by the military authori ties of Gre-at Brita'n, and near Delagoa 1!., South Africa, vviilmut good reason fcr the same, and contrary to the aecepteel principles of international law, and "When as. Sale! proinriv I.s now unjustly ilet-iln.sl by the mllltnr authorities of Great Hritain in dl-regarel of the rights cf the owners ef the same, then fore, be It 'Itesolve-.l. bv the Senate of the KnltM Stat.--. That Hie Scretar.v of State I- he ro be r-piisteil to s nd to the Senate all In formation In Kist-e ssltin of the State De-parttne-nt relating to said seizure ami de t.ntieiu. anil als.i to Inform the Senate veh.it step- have been taken hi reiu, sting the restoration of piop,rtj taken and detained as aforesaid, and wh.th. r or not the de partm. nt has informed the proper Itrltish authortles that if said detention is persist ed In. Mini act will n considered as with out wariant and off. nsive to the Govern in. nt ,-ind people of tile, Kiiltt tl States." To the statement In the rcsedtitlon that the prop rt) w is unjustly eh tallied. ,r. I'latt of Connecticut tcik exceptions, be lieving it ought to be modified. .Mr. Hal,) said that the resolution pres nted a nintter of vital importance, ,,nd b llev.sl Great Itrltutn ought to be Informeil of the senti ment in this ce.uutry. tin objection by Mr. ljdse. the resolution wtnt ovr ri-ni:ttii:s iiimth; a'citi:. St. Johns, Newfoundland, J,,n lo. The steamer Core in. Just arrived here, brings tib-patch, s from Mr ( hamherlain to the . ff. et that France has .-.vpre'sseel a ilesiro for the iepe.il of the Newfoundland bait net in return for peimittlng mines and fac tories to be workfl tin the treat) coast, and al-o a elesire for Important territorial '.on. siileratioiis as e-ompensation for tlihdr.iu-- Ing the ll-li.ry bounties to the IJrcton tlsh ermeii. To this Mr. Cluinberluln has declined to agree. He advi-es a renewal .if the modus Vivendi this )ear, us the tlm.. Is Inoppor-t tune for settling the matter, and better terms can be obtained by Great Hritain latf r. The Colonial Cabinet is io.ui, , renew Iho int-a-ure In Its present rorm. uuliss the power v. sttd in naval otlicer.- alon the eeiasl Is diminlsh-.l This representation will go to -Mr Chambeiiain to-mt,ht. Wh-.n his i answer is riselvesl. tne date, for convening I the Colunlal Legislature and the terms of j the new modus vtveudi will be ilxtd. Tin: iii:i..giia it.vi jurtoN. I London, Jan. II. The Times In a -ptci.il j article d. alius with the Delagoa Hay tiues tlon exprc-ses the opinion that the en- deliver ot the Ho. rs to overrun Natal lends i ronlli mutton io assertions made lefore the war by proniineiil liners that they would s Ize UtiilMii a a port. j Tho artlel, pnet.-d- to point out thn ly ! the through rate sjstem. -(Hcially favor- , able to Transvaal shipments over the Pe!.iS.'oa-Tr.inv.nl Iliillvvuy, German -hip owners hive leen able to secure tratllc with little risk of examination at Cm- . tiueiit.i! ports or at Delagoa Bay. The i v, rlt. r goes ctt to -ay It i- known that in anticipation of fu- Hire military developments in tin Trans- j vaal tow eid the Zoutpan-berg district aj rnn-id. rable. amount of stores and muni- ' tlmis of war have been forwarded for some time past chieil) from the Continent. -It is understood that the lnlon Steam ship Company, besides ctasinjj to have Herr Pott the Transvaal Consul General at Li reii70 Marouez. as their uuent. have- with- ' drawn their steamers from the- Delasu I 1 II .A ; PovitR. f 'eeNYOR. A ( i J m,cA y W.J-1 S 7 7wr-pr-f .J!:lvr-r j .,.t . mj fHr- m '"?.:-- - s t iisfviF f. .."', vr. V.,-' fMiHCfta0'-t ' I v o Vi-A IP. Ssr r-T. e-- - I Ynriss. i:ii-im .Jnrr-r- L. yJiWW WW' i .iV"1' i ' v ''!!,! ' 77, ft g uiiihi-l!,,, i .l.ii! ' --- - . ' i riKi'Tiiii if iij.1 ii.lH - ,v m ;r- .".!.. ...i. ,. M i ., ,. .- 'ii,.i:u, i.Wj'iii r.n.r. c..yc, nvu-:-. -i wish iu:v woi'lunt i;sk ie voki 'iroi'irso .Mrcn it .makks.mi: .K!.,vocs.v nvvos i Itl-siv. ..it. v I. ,, I, . rf Ixindon. Jan. 11 -The Calcutta 4 corie-inaid, nt t,f the Daily .Mail O sa: 'While the fifllflnl statement that no alarm Is felt cone, ruing Afghan- i-tan l- fulte true, I have gix-.d r.a- son to believe tli.1t the Indian Gov- rum. nt has received .ll-ipiPting In- fe.imatliu regarding Hus-ian move- m. uts in the directon of I'tr-la O "Kussla Is taking odv.intag. of the Tr.iiisv.ial trouble to strengthen Inr if " maments. and to pu-h forward Irr ut posts along the Pi rstan frontier. with a vlitt of ultimate aunexailoii. , a de-lgn in width Germany probably would acepilesce In cun-ldeiation of renivlng railway conceftsl.ms." , I4i;ta II.,) route The Cast!. Company havt done Hie mine ami made arrang. nn nt- that will prevent an) ue at li.l.tgoa Hay of their ves-els for anti-l!rlti-h purposes. Measures in tin same directum hive bt.ii taken wltii regard to tin- Hmpr.-s.- Landing Company. The withdrawal t,s the steam, is of two Hritish mini .mpiinl.-s m.i). however, in-erea-e flreat Ilrllaln's dillleullies by throw ing th. c.irr)iiig trade .still tnoie into the hands of i '.tntlneiit.il shipper and invert ing bu-Iness to Amerita for liandllng by fi-r.ign steameis fmm American jirts." Tin- art i. I- concludes by again urglnjr the Government to endeavor to make a more strie't examination. BOER PRIVATEER. 'ess,. Xnw ill Sea to i'lvv tin l!iit- i.sh Coininerce. iiipfiiMcn'i:n.i. Nt w York. Jnn II. Th' Journal this morning publishes the following special. "Atlanta. Ga , Jan. M Charl. - 1! Hill, now of this tlt. who emnin itnle! the dyn amite cruiser Nlctheroy In several South American ware, has declined an off. r to command a ISoer vessel, destined to prey on the conunt-rco of Gnat Hritain In Atlantic wafr.s "l-trl 1'. Stevn, nephew of the President of the Orange Fr.e State, was In Atlanta two davs ago. and off.-red to Captain Hill the eonimantlershlp of a s'eain yacht, which Transvaal agt nts hail bought from an Hng Ilshman at Halifax and converted into a war vt ssel. "This boat, Steyn said, was In the Wlrd ward Pas-ace. equipped with two 4 Vin.-li French gun-, and unul! almost Imnnillite I) proe-eed from her ludlng pi ice and b'gin to harass the commerce of Great Hritain. "Captain Hill, after eon-ldi ring the risk, decline tl the offer He received a It ttt r a few days gi. from LI. ut. mint McDonald Craven veh fought with him on th Nlctheroy. s.i) ing that he was engaged In the venture anil, it is presum. d, the leader-hip villi now ileveti on Craven, who Is the sin of Itenr Admiral Craven of the Fulled States Navy "Steyn. It is said. eercl-ed the utmost tare to avoid involving the Fnltod St ites In any international dllllculty. e considers It a ruii-terplece of gt nliis to have Ixiught a Hrltlsh ves.. from a I!rltlh subject In a lrltih lKrt. to l u-etl against Hritl-h couiinerc... "It Is expected that the- yacht will bo able to work -ome d.imig.- to the Itrltish merchant marine and transiHirls frt. she Is ov. rtaken by any of Great Hrlt.iinV men-of-war. When -he I- overtaken, however, nil on Imard will lo treated as pirates." SING THE nsYaAL HYMN. Caiie Dutfli Wildly Knthiisiasth: 0er ISoer Sueec-M.-.. London. Jan. 11 -The Cape Town corre spondent of the Daily Mail, telegraphing Monda). f.ls. The. Itoee siiee..seS liaVC beeri foltn.....! !y a tremendous outburst of enthusiasm and Itoer s)mp.ith) In the western isirt of the colony Keports from Paarl say the whole tllstiict I- m.i.te nuieous at night by l.n.. ..t . ....... .,... ,. ira.ll.... (m ... . o oe.oo- ... Julius .... . .".1.1(4 .o .net vil lages and singing the Transvaal Volksleld. while the children an everywhere practi cing the national snss of the republics. "The following ate specimens of state in. nts I -lit eel by the Western Dutch: " 'Ituller and Hhoeles are prl-onei. and 'Two thousand tlo. rs secretly ndile-il and captured Cape Town'" ACTRESS FANNIE HALL SHOT. (Maims St. Louis as Her Native (Mty Tom Carhrey Arrested. Uia'CllMC -IT.tTAL San Francis, o. Cal . Jan 10. Fannie Hall, vaubville attrts-, wlio claims St. Louis as l-.T home nnd who i known as tin wife of Pugllln Jin. Hall. as shot yesterday after noon liv Tom Carlirev. race-trnek follower from Denver. In the woman's room it the Frico House, as the result of an Infatua tion which the man hul for Mt-s Hall. Miss HhII claim- that e arbrev ha- mi no)nl her with hi- attentions for tw vcars. She sa)s that twelve months ego h- went to Dawson Citv to avoid him. He followe-i as far as Seattle and on her return last Octe.ber once more attempted to gain her favor The wounded woman says she was leorn in St Lout- tw cnt -live years ago She claims Hall Is h-r stage a"ie. and that her father was a Mason 'f nigh degree and president of a bank She sa)s that she lias an aunt. Mrs. 11. V. Spe-ictr, living In Chl-CUM. rmssmnmT - -n I i "i-Tfj f-r-lc rLL v.1 lltun UntRtST.D in MOrltST OUTICS.- lriyiTCO &fo -.iLjTAeM.a-fi.'j;" tWv L LlxiS) a? j & ''' LEADING TOPICS TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC I'or v;Mst,iirl Tlirt-iitciiliiu: 'Ilnirs tlt, evitli ruin Frii!:t : viirinlilt tvillfls, I.et-f.li.lliK iifirlliev tst.-rl) . I'or lllliit.i Iliiln or slit. vt Trurs elii ; prt.hnl.l) fielr Fritlii; i vnriitlilt itillds, l.t-t-fiiiilriir nortliTvi-hlerl . I't.r rKiinsas I'lilr nnd ft.ltlt-r 'I liiirstla . pifet-.le.l I.) l!.fvt-r in Mf.iitlieftstt-rii iiortlon; fair Frldiix ; I norlli tti linrlliev est winds. Pag- 1. Itob.rts limls nt Cape Town K.u-e-r's Hroth. r Go. s to Delugoa. Hurled tho Ma)or In Lthey. 3. Julia Morrison Was Acquitted. John D Itock.-f. ll-r Di-cu--cs Trusts. Peace in Luzon Nearly Assured. Hrlde Sefk." Her Ilusltantl. llrown Hrotlnrs' Plans. How He Stol- Ninety Tlioasand. Alabama Judge A-sassinated. 1 Gut'tle Springs a Joke on the City. Hiver Telegram-. .Mr. llrjan Favors i:tensioti. policeman's Duel with a Uurglar. ;. ltnllway News. M. hler May Succeeil IngalN. Interttati' Con.merce liws. Omaha-St. Paul Trains. .Mysterious l.ll e in the Noithwtst. Ktie Apixdntmeiits. Propo-.il Measure Against Trusts. lVllow-Sirvant Law Tanner Dtsdares Hini-e-lf. Advance-In Price of Printing Good. Love and Di siontlency Made Him Des perate. 0. Speirting News. T. Witchcraft in a Church Fight. Government Weather Koport. s. lMltoriil. Weds tlia Daughter of General Miles. Citv anil State Fmanclel Management Conlniste-d. Lvents in Society. 9. Customs Laws ami New Territory. Where Public Money Will P.- Deposited. Tributt- lo the I-ite Vice President. St ert tary Gage Mak. s Keply. Kt solution Aim..! at Trusts. 11. New Corisirations. Witchciaft In a Church FUht. Increase of German Navy. Government Weather Heport. II. eiraln and Produce. Other -Market". 13. Financial News. Sleirk and Hond Trading. Transfers of IPilty. II. Congressional Aid for World's Fair As sured. Vacriiiitlnn at the School . Hulltling Tratles Council. Ft di ration Will Appeal to Legislature. Lung-Tester HIamisl. NEW OCEAN RECORD. Kaiser Wilhelni tier (.ros-e (Miipjied Two Hours Oil". New York. Jan 10 Tin- North German I.'ovd steimer Kaiser WUhelm iler Gross estattlishtd a new cistern record to-day. having ceiinpMeel the distance lictwetn New York and Cherbourg in . d.',)s 1.". hours and r minutes The steamer made 2.v Knots at an average speed of 22 t.l knots per hour, and lowered the best previous r. e ord by 2 hours and 0 minutes. WILL MOVETOCALIFGRNIA. .Mr. I'hil Armour Is Xepitintiii"; for a Home at Pasadena. I.os Ang. I.s. Ca!.. Jan. 10. Phil Armour, the Chicago millionaire.- packer, Is at Pasa dena, and has announced that he will make his future- home there. He Is negotiating for a residence. PHILIP C. SWAB DEAD. He Was One of the I.ariresl I'nal Oiieiators in Kentucky. Mieldlcsboro. Ky.. Jan. U. Philip C. Svvnb. president of the Iteliauce Coal nnd Coke Company, and one of the largest coal operators m this section, die.1 sud denly of In art disease this afternoon. SOLD ToImTe TRUST. The Allen ISradley Distillery of Kentucky Cobbled lj. Cincinnati. O.. Jan. 10. The Allen lirad ley Distillery of Kentucky was to-day transferred toe the trust. Consideration, Jl",Ou0. according to the deed. ! ifimi IP I l'e.-,'T,m,J:L-Jr'-a J M ', BURIED MAYOR'S EFFIGY IN MUD. Rock Springs Citizens Indicate Their Disgust at the Light ing Iix-Govcrnor Stanard - Preside at the Mass Meeting at Noon To-Day Representative .Men to Speak Ladies Provide Light at the Poorhousc. M i)t r Xleirrnlicln. in efiic-, was burin! in the mud on Manchester nven-ie las' riijht bv citizens of the Kn.li SpriiiK- distilct. at The- .lost- of a public rn.es mee-iin In the course of whie'i the tity aelmliu-tratlon had leen e-eiideiniie-1 in violent lam.ua,'e. and a e otiimiltee appointee! to draft visi.rous resolutiems, deii.iune-itm- the course pursued bv the Ileus.- .if Delegates on the Illitinvr question. Final arrangements have leen coinl- to! for the lilu mass meetinir in the R.il K.-tatt- KchniiKe to-day at imwii. K-C.-,veriMjr IL O. Stanard will it. side Charles N.m.l and Jmiii. - ! Hlalr will address the m.ttim?. i:pre--lons from I.-adimi merchants indicate tliat the meivement is in no wl-e con tineei to tlie realty interests, on.- awl all tleiicunes- the majority faction In the Hiue. The May.r )esier.l.iy . xpres-e-I contideme that the Municipal A raMy w mid -iss the-IlahtinK bills. The ne iv meJ-ures were Kiven their second reading In the. Council yfsterit.il anil hurrl.-e! to tlie I'ublle Improvements Committee which will con.er with the IJi-htins Committee of the Hoar.I of I'ulilk- Improvements at 13J a. m. to-el.iy l:y a su-pen-ion of the rules the Mil- may be placed tm their passage at 11 o cock. Ill .tne it have bes-n statleine-tl ley Chief Swindle)- at the Poorh.euse an! Tcmalo Hospital, at th" request of the iltalth Com mls-ioner. who feared a calamity throui;h tl,.- pres.'i.t daiwerous lljihtint,- or the- !.u!Mlrs with candles and lami.-. An old chem l.al engine lias Inen hauled out arwl I- dolns nisht ilutj near the walls of the Poor- lioit-e lilies e.f the W.slnts.lny Club came to the rescue of the Poorhouse, by votlns at vest. i.l.,)s ni.ttin" p. Kiiarantee ii)ments for the ele-ctrle Iie,nt consumed at tha in-t.tufe.n for ..i.e v..ek. This charity illumination begins te-.-nisht Pr. -I'l.-it i:..b. -t E. SIcMath of tl'e Hoar.1 of public Improvements explains tho purp, -e , f the ordinal e for the lightens t the public uullJinss. ROCK SPRINGS CITIZENS SHOW THEIR INDIGNATION. Ke-ilents of Kock SprmRs held an Indig nation meeting last n!j,'ht a: No. 'j2 Matl-fliestt-r avenue to li-cuss- the lichtlns tit nation an. I the condition of the -treets in that part of the cpy. At the close of the meeting tlie citizens expres-ed their dlap iroinl of the maladministration of the citv's affairs by burying In eiiiery Mayor Xicia nhtin. Mud, rakel into a heap on Manchester avenue, forme.! tho tnolinel uhlch covereel the mock Krave. and it was not missed from th. s.a of mire which fills the thoroughfare from curb tt curb. About l.'ei taxpayers atteniled the meet iiiK. Patrick Hrow pre-I.le-.l and everjbody who wl-hed to speak was slven the op portunity. Many speeches wer made, some eef them of a most belllBerent character, hut most of them with the puneose of ar riving nt s.ime conclusion which will lead to .111 abatement of the present Intol. rable cindtions. In the end a citizens' com mittee was nKii!ttii to draw up resolu tions tei le pre-entet! at n similar meeting to !k- belli licit Wednesday niuht, and. If I o-sible. to formulate some plan to compel the Municipal As-embly to do Us duty and puni-h Us niemle. rs for thi !r past misdeeds. The members cf the ommittee are Patrick Prove. John P. Holan. Ale. lxierch. Will iam Mu. hllne an.l Gtore Cook. They be p.111 at once to wurk at the task assisnc-1 them, and txpect to have a vlcorous ami e.imprehenslve st t of resclutlons to present at the meetinc n' t we'ek. An the crowd tile 1 out Into the mueidy and almot Impassable -treets. s.emeliexly eipiesscd the ftrient wish that the- Mayor REPRESENTATIVE MEN AT TO-DAY'S MASS MEETING, Ye-terd.i). like many of the preeedlmj da) s, toiind tlie ople of the city e-xecrat- Inif th.- Municipal Assembly and maklnc; tlire threats against Us meinbe-rs. The mer ih.tnts on 'change openly accu-eel the Dele gates cf wilfully preventing the passage of the lighting Pill for per-emal gain. i:-e.ov HUMnt vriin 'III PKHMIli: AT Till: MIJKTIMS. The real e-state men, who have taken tho initiative for tlie purpose of getting cein-e- rt.tl nctlein on the part of representative citizens, held a preliminary meeting at tho Kesil Hstato Exchange yester.Iny afternoon to arrange, feir tlie big demonstration at noon to-day. They mean to arouse the sen timent of the tnp.tirr to a tlegrto which will rt-ull In th.ir taking Immetllate steps to adjust the affairs of tlie city and straighten out the deplorable muddle, which tlie House cf Delegates has made of the Hunting bill No -.-t programme has been pr. i,r. .! for to-day's meeting, ami any one who has an) thing to -ay Is invites! M ai!-dres-s the meeting. Many prominent cltl z. ns have epr. -sesl a el. -ire to be heard. Among th.m arc 1 x-tlovernor K. O. Mtaiiarel. charl s Nagel, formtr ITcsldent of the Cit) Coumil. and James U. Itlair. tP.vtrneir Stanard will pre -Lie at the meet lug ci ri t; wts n.is 111 e; u' 1:1:. i I'e. The ii) alone; K.al laftate ltnw y.stenl.iy veas. "nil! for two weeks of e'arter Harrt sen. -.end Zlegetihelu to a husking bee in the eountty." "We may net l- niele to induce Ziegen-he-in to go ti. tho country." sal 1 one of the r.-.il estate in. n. -but -we are sure to senel the inemls-rs of the present City Hall gang Into oblivion at the next municipal election. The people of St. louis have been asl-ip fcr a le-ng vlntt. but the) are now wide awake to the- reti'.iircmeiits of the sit uation, ami thty won't go to sleep again, at Itast ifr.t until they have elected a set of honest city otticial-." wiHii.i:-vi.r. AM) hi-.tii. ii:.i. 1:11s viti: ix mm:. The wholesale and reUil dealers In Washington avenue havo enlisted under the. it.il estate men's banner anel they will be vi ell repre-entcd at the meeting at noon tn-d.11 They and the bankirs are In ac core! In rii)tng that the .eep!e are- mainly re.-pe nslhle for the; present di-sraceful state of affairs. The) have all dete rmlned to vote for the man In the future, no matter what party he belongs to. Ill ti VI.D tit VUl'tlltll CM. I.s 'IHHVI l-VCOill'KTKNT-i. Dugald Crawford of D. Crawford & Co. said. "I am disgusted with the Municipal Assembly, but 1 think thy people! are to blame. I t them e led honest citizens to their olflce-s ami there will be none of this trouble U tho city officials in my native town acted like the- members of our House of Delegates, they would be- ostracised am! forever dl'graeed. I heiie the jee-ople at the nxt election will eslect lionet business men I 1 Situation. were burled in the mire. Somebody elso sabl: "Let'.- bury him right here." The Idea was taken up Instantly. A spade was found and the mud rakoei together at a point near the curb where the gutter ouht to be, and a mound was formcil above .1 hastily im provised etIU;- of Mayor Ziesenheln. At or etui the hat and part of the face were ullowetl tet rrotrude. At the other end tha toe.s of two dilapldate-tl old shoes pointed lieave-nwarel. The mound was decorated wtth everpreens appropriated from the win dows of a near-by -alceeii. In the meantime a sifin painter had been at work with three placards to make cej plete tlie grave. The hrsi reads. : IX JlKMOr.Y cf our : HO". MAYOR. 1 : Onke?l Henry. The secor.el lsre the prayer: toT.HTKN' OtTIl PAUKNESS. : So that we can e this. At the foot of the grave In bold Mack let ters; was the I. nend: : ' : 5.yo check. : . Everjliody who passed In the next twJ hours .stopicel to admire the handiwork of the Kock springs jreople, and the crowd did not entirely desert the place until nearly midnight. to fill the places of the present incompe tents. itc.Mtv Kin: wori.n ti u thi: i.itiirr x thi:m. Henry Kice of Klce. Stlx & Co. said: "Let us turn tho light on the Municipal Assem bly. Make It a good, strong searchlight, for the was of that crowd are dark and devl lous. Perhaps the X ray woulel be best. If the memleers of the. gang were all ex aminee! under the X ray I think that their heae'.s woul.l !e found to be full of dollar signs. Now !s the time for the pe-r.ple to put their he-ads- together and force the men they have: elect eel to do their will or get out. They know what the will of the people Is. still they persist in defying that -will. Tho people want lights, and It Is the duty ot the Hou-e of Delegates to give them what they want. "I suggest that a big mass meeting bo held In the Cdiscum and that the pesjple elect a commute.; te Investigate the Mu nicipal As-embl) 1-et the committee at teml the me e tings of tho House of Delegates and see where tlie trouble lies. Iat thin be done at once. If this dilly-dallying con tlnus much longer I look for serious trou ble." IIAMvHHs DOVT KMJW WHAT TO TIHMv OK IT. William 11. Thomp-on. president of tho Hank of Commerce, and William II. Thom son, cashlt r of the Hoatmen's Hank, were seen ye-ttrday. and they confessed that they did not kneiw- what to think abemt tho Municipal Assembly. Theso gentlemen have wrcstleel with many .1 knotty financial problem, but tlie-y were stumped when they trie el te get a 'Ine on the City Hall gang. .iiii 11 x.xr.ini . sax.s Tin: phopm: hi: thi: powiiii. J. nn.- Hinnerniau of the Meyer-Itanncr-man Saddlery Company, and a former pru slillng ollli er of the House of Delegates, saiii: "The people are all-powerful and they cin get what they want If they go alter it. The members of the House of Delegates are, cle-;te-d 1))" the people to .li the will of the people-. They know that the people want light ant! those who can nut see their way to vote for the lights should resign. If I hey don't resign they should be forc.il out. How long are the people going to stand for this sort of thing. I should like lo kneiwT It's an outrage ami the citizens in my opinion woiiM lie Justltieel In taking some severe action to force these nlncomiseops at the City Hall to do their plain fluty. I.et the St. Iiuis people rollow the example of the- citizens of Cincinnati an.l New Orleans. When the Cincinnati people found that their Courthouse, ring was corrupt they took the law Into their own haiiele and prepared to lynch the men w ho were holding up their town to ridicule. The people of St. Iiuls should take somo like action. I d not advlsx; l)nch law. but It Is a good th'ng sometimes, nnd I believe It would work wonders here." st. 1.01 is iu:i.i 1 1" to nunc 1 1.1: in ciiiUAfio. Henry t!ue of St. Louis writes to Tho Republic from Chicago. Mr. Buso says that .'oiitlnued 011 Page Two.