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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAY J. 1000.
ki , TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. r business Discount rates were 3 to 7 per cent en call and time loans Clearances. Kiaie.d. ebalance.s, JIM.CC' Now York exchange, par Mil. 10c premium asked. Louisville, W dls count WJ, l'lc premium asked; Chicago, par rremium bid. 10c premium aeked. "incin natl. 10c discount Md. par asked. Sia Or leans. lOo discount Mil. par asked Tl.e local nr.j! market t!os-d higher at V$c n April. C'jJi - Mav. C7 July. 7HjTTc No J roil e'ern closed loner nt SSHc n April. r.V Mai. 39-V b Jul . 43' (Kile No : white Oats closed at 21V ti. April, Z se b Mav . 2P,c b. Jul ; c No i. The ehlcigo wheat market closed higher nt fi5'c n April, tSU&iCSV: Slav; 6T'.r 1j 3u!y: Csc Sept. Corn closeil at 40c n. April. Wte a, Mas, 41c a. Jul . llMMl'-c Sept. Oats closed at rr-c n April; 'tc 1) May, SJHliw'.c Julj , 2K,c Sept. The local market for standard mess pork closed stt-aly at J13 for Last Sid.' and at 313 3 for th.s side. Prlm.-ste-am lard close i etonely at t..?5c. choice ilnt at To Tho local market for siot cotton closed fleadv WASHINGTON President McKmli is sutle'ing front a cold wtil.h lie eonttacted during li- irp to .-anlou The I ml d States Supreme Court ruled ng-1'ist the State of Illinois In the Biff Tour Bailroad ca. Consul fr'owler i ports that riots and mur ders of Atuencan mission u P-s are frequent In i "ulna Webster Dav.s will attenl the Democratic National Convention as a pex.' liar Faith Healer Do-vle will start n lace plant In the 1 nltcd Mat.. As this s a new irslustry he is permitted to Import twenty eortract iacenoikers without anj legal restrictions. General Merrlum concluded his testimonv before the Coeur d'Alene Committee v ester-day Mr Sulzer i not permitted to introdtiro two telegrams at the meeting One wild th..t a mm had been arrested for criticising the investigation, and the other denied some, of Sto ine-nberg's statements. BOERS PRESENT TRONG FRONT. Resist British Advance From Thaba N'Chu and Continuous Fighting Ensues Big Battle Near. BV MILToV V s HKll spc-ial i:y .bli: Loudon Tue-da. Mav 1 eCopvright. 19-M, by the N"ew Vork Herald Cimipanv ) -"oitliiuous lighting, but apparen(lv not of a severe cliaroc.er. has been in progress in nit: uiiKinjornoou ot rr.ana rt cnu during i "'is repu-t ot a miu'i; movement ir the last few of General Portuguese it was is soon a ti.i . xa.t J.-tlu.itli ii e'arnngtoti s loie-e. Peira. in Siuth Atriea. b. i ume kuon -urne-il that lie was. to 1m Markings lie livirer. Hut he coul 1 net Ios ihl. r. .kIi.Iic I'f-iecti town Iv the dit. mi nt lomd. .iii.l n the "Sorosis" Shoes, $3.50. ... "" " " ,-i ac0dM7ideW3 j fmft IIRV COOIIS COUPAM. liOCAl. AMI SL HURI1AN. The tnklm: of depositions in the damage Fuit of Supplj Commissioner Meier anainst the numbers of the February Grand Jury was becun The IJeterrnd R. F. Sheet2 and trlfe of llirkwood celebated the sixtieth anniversa ry of their weddinc The KvnnRolical Alliance protests agalrst the holdmK of public school picnics In beer Karden William U Greer and Mlfi Lillian Har ldns were mnrrlcd Januan i. but have onlj- this woek announced the fact. Miss little C. Martin became afraid that her plan to be married in May would prove unluckv and so eloped to Clayton with her fiance. Albert J. Keller. Mi's lyiulse Kversole. prospective owner of a J1.OO.000 Inheritance from Holland, married Charles A. Haas: of Springfield. Mo. who had been her sweetheart since childhood Join J Ttellew and A. L. Burdock are itnde- rrrest on a charge of passing coun terfeit dol -re. The d.Jecatlon -which visited Washington Jn the interests of the World's Fair bill returned with assurances that the. meas ure will receive early consideration. Mrs. Mary E. Morrison Carr received a decree of divorce from Joseph P. Carr, with Rllmony The temporary appropriation bill will come up In the House of Delegates to-night. GENERAI. DOMESTIC. Several cases of death from starvation were reported on the Kiowa and Comanche Indian Reserv-atlon- A strike of the building trades In threit lenlne at Kansas City, and developments fcre expected to-day. The destruction by floods In Texas con tinues along- the Brazos and Hed River val leys. Several lives were lost. llavor Drew of Topeka. Kas.. announced Ihat he would to to see the performance of "Sapho" and stop It If It proved to be of fensive. The House and Senate Subcommittees are Blot expected to take up the Cherokee and Creek treaties before the latter part of the rncek. A bloodhound ran down a negro while on Ihe trail of an unknown negro assailant St Chamois, Mo. Lynching U feared. The trial of Sergeant Kipper, a negro fecldler. charged with killing Policeman Etewart at KI Paso, was begun. lavs The llmrs htvo 1 steadily thrust back on the .astern tide of the town by a strong force of eivalrv ard mounted Infantrv under the command of Gen.-ril French, but, as was to b. e petttd. thev are planning to ofTtr htm, resistance to the furtlur advance of the British in the direction of Lid) brand The) have fallen back only to take up a tnw. strong position on one of the moun tain ridses barring the path of the lliitish tastward. Thtre has been further fighting at Kiree Siding, the oppo-ing artlllerv exchanging compliments at lone range. From Brand fort comes word that the commindos which besieged rp. tier and found llun.lle before De WttS Dorp, have sifel) arrived at th Boer headquarters There is a gnenl rec ognition here of the Boers cleverness In manacirg. In the nick of linn-, to elude the British columns sent to compass thlr de struction. Warrenton construes the recent maneuv ers of the Boers to foretell a concerted at tack Maf.klng is maintaining a bold front or was on April i;, which Is the dite. by the way. on which the Boers reported Col- o-ei liaucn-rowell dead. It is reported that more Boers are Catherine before the town to rrsj.t any attempt at its relief. 1II IIVTT1.K M'AIl. BY THOMAS F. MILLARD SPECIAL BY CABLE Pretoria. Saturday, April (Copyright, lfr, by the Xew- York Herald Company) The British are showing Increased activity east of Bloernfontein. where a large force Is endeavoring to cut off General Be Wet. Lively skirmishing between Brandfort and Thaba N"Chu seems preliminary to a big battle soon -METIILKVs. Git s.Ci:Kl'I, ACT. SPECIAL BY CABLE. London, Tuesday. Mny 1. (Copyright. 1M. by the Xew York Herald Company.) The Daily Telegraph publishes this dispatch from Its special correspondent" "Klmberley. Morula v The Boers occupied vvindsortown Ir strong force to-day. They south mav be the rial nluf mov uncut PHILIPPINES CASUALTIES. Ttil.il K Small Coinp.ucti With Thai Kiijjliuiil Is I'ilinji 1'ji. Washington, April Co -In eompirNon with the casualties .sjfT.-r.l bj the I'ritl'h troops in South Africa. tho- HHt.iln.-.l l.j the American fore s in the Pi Wppincs eetn small A Mnlftmnt just ( mpiled bv tie War IVp-utment hov that from Julv 1. li's. mIhii Aimriinii tr.x.iis r. K1...I Manili until Airll Z:. !:.. iluse .Uaths have i' iurnil: ICIlUd and died or wotipds f. ot!i e- ;; men dl-l tf dficase. 26 ntllcers. ICC. men. ::' w o'l'cers, i, m,.: BIj,i Iotd)f S.neral thousand men have been w nmded but unl) a small portion ban? oid of wounds, arid most of them have retimed to ilut) The War D.partment his jiu-t ls-uil a compl. te table of the oasualt.es in the Fifth Ann) Corps in the operations against San tiago from June :2 until Julv 17. isqs Th los--tsaregiv.il Killed 21 officers , n listcd men, wourded. vn tffi.ers iltV.n listed men, total, l.i.-! otlltcrs and ei.'isicd men. The total strength of the forces operating against Santiago Is given as S09 oilicers and 1..319 men The Seventh Infantrv lost the greatest numb,r of nun. it Killed and woundisl numbering I3J The Slxtcnth In fantrj lost 1J9 men Tiid Governor Roose velfs regiment and tl.e Sixth Infantrv (ach Iot 11T men M:W CASIAI.TY MM'. Washington. April 3j -Otis' s. latest eas ualt) INt Is. as f.dlow, "Manila. April W -Killed. Luzon I-laiid. April -1-BJtac, Trooj. A Third Cavalrv. tharles A Harris; April n. Paalco. Com pany II, Fo:t)-:Uth Infantrv. Wlll'mn H. stone Wounded-Luzon, Island. April IT. Batac Troop L. Third Cavalrv. Archie Hl.uk. In shoulder, slight; March :, Antlmon in. Com Pin K, Thirtieth Infantr). William J. Dcg naii. In thigh, serious. April 10. Batac. Com paii) B. Thirt) -fourth Infantr). Samu. 1 C. W.IIs. woundtd In neck, slight. Tnlsan. Compan) C. Thirty -eighth Infantrv, John J .uiiitr. wouriiltd in leir. miu!..r..i..- i.. METHODISTS WILL s-tt Tn.MnRQnw 11.1.1 m iicus:iiuvi TENSION AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT. WV.sii'in lulor"t in tlic (Iciiim: v-'onft'M'iire CcnttTh on Klfctiou tif Publishing Agt-nl". MANY ASPIRANTS ANNOUNCED. SijinilicaiKc of Tu k"s Failuic to Answer tiic Aineric.ui XtU Ilt ,1X1).S ItDII'AM. Tourists Outfitters, Carriage, Coaching and Walking Parasols: Twilled Silk Parasols, brabs frame, enameled stick 56.50 "MINERVA" and "EMPRESS" Umbrella;, $2.00 and S3.00 Storm Ulsters, Ileptonets, Mackintoshes: Mackintoshes Homespun Suits Cheviot and Oxford Gray Skirts. Scotch Rug Go.f Caprs .$4.80 to $18.50 .$8.50 to $25.00 CiM-m.'iii Delegates aro I'niitjMinj. Against a lUnv I.(tim by l'.isliop Hanell, U'lio Sjim- Itliics With Knglniii. KKI'l iiLIC hl'Md. Chicago, 111 , ."prll 2.1 DEMAND MAY BE RENEWED. Sultan Probably Will Suggest Ar bitration. tln Acicptancc of Whirli Would Einbanass lli (Mucrninciil. 1 !:!! I !.!' -I rnii. -WV-lfril ll!tei"t ! Wllihinotmi ln,.l -.. A.....).-r .)... .!. In the Gerernl Conference of llu Met'io l!t l,, In ih,. settlement of the Turkish o.u--"hurch. which opens in rtiieaK.. Wednesday. Mori has Incr-n-ed the ter.vimi at the State ii centered largely in the tleUlon of tho Department Tht dela) is directly at publlshlnK nsents cf the Bonk Concern fcr trilnitablo to the procrastination of the this section. Doctors LcwU Curtis and II j Porte, and Is uii,vl to have a sinister ' JennlnRn both have been Involved in sistilflcanfe It I- arKurd that If the Pone nc lunaja ucsueu 10 occupy it, out were ; 'sianus i-ti.ruary l.', o Ho, Companv A, iiiioiu mm our sans commanaea mo MI- .-.-mu imamrv, t red A. rnilth. wouial Uge. Our nearest troops are at Warrenton. j ln JK ue'' kne. rious; Iluch Spark. "Lord Metheun. at his own expense, ha. Ji," , cJ, In """ter. -vrlou-. Jlnrch St. .j, .. Cokal, (.ompanv A. Nlnetunth lnfartrv erected a monument over the Krave of Thomas J. Ta-ne). wo m,l.-d in ha'"l mod Count De Vlllebois Mareull. hearing the j enite fvimar Island, JIarch Z. .hIIm).iko. follow-lnc Inscription: . Compan) J", Port) -third Infi'ntr), Oliver i enitersrass, wounded in abdomen. Prions; 1'OREIGN. Turkey has r.ot et replied to the United ptater,' d mand for a prompt settlement of the Indemnity claims. The demand ma) tie renewed within a day or two. All British subjects liavo been Riven for-ly-eiKht hours In which to Ket out of the JTranvnal ThU action Is taken owing to the txjmcion at Johannesburs last Tues da). There la lively sklrmlshlrg ln the direc tion of Brandfort, Orange- i'ree State, and JTetorla ndvlcts say that a bis battle Is near. The Ilritlsh -ire reported unusuallv active Jn the vicinity cf Thaba N'Chu They are directing- their efforts to an attempt to cut off General De Wet. Gcniral Ilotha. Commander-in-Chief of the Transvaal forces, has returned to Pretoria. " To the memor) of Count de Villebols Mareull. Colorel of the Foreisn Legion of France and General of the Transvaal, who ', died on tho field of honor, near rtohof. April. R. I. P.' " noTii i priETinti . Ladysmlth. April 3" The countrv north of Sunday's Itlver seems comparatlvel) clear of Uoers. General Louis Iiotha has returned to Ire torla to resume the supreme command of the Transv aal forces. nrltlnh Sick Sent Home. London. April 30. A conception of tho continuous ravnges of the war can be gath ered from a Cape Town dispatch, dated to day, briefly announcing the arrival from Natal of twentv-flve officers and 2il men In valided home, and the sailing of the Auranla for England with 4ft) sick and wounded sol diers. Endeavors are bring made to remedy the remount question, a Simla oltpitch an nounelrg that Vn rpcrlenced native horsc keepcrs, K0 phoesmiths and fifty veterinary officers have been drawn from India tor service In Pouth Africa. noi:ns i MMt.iL Atrriwr. London, May 1, 3-0 a. in The lioers are now- showing uncommon actlvlt) we-st of IS'.oemfontcln. Tiny are in force between Fourteen Streams and Kimberlc). On Sunday t no occupied Wlndsortown, wet of the rail way, and row threaten to lrterrupt the communications of the British force at Warrenton, to the nirth. Thi, too, at a tlrne when General Hunter Comparatively few- Boers are reported ln I s about to start on Stsatal north of Sunday's PJver. An American Consul In China reports lhat rlot and murders. In the Interior nre numerous, and that Germany has landed marines to punish the rebellious natives. RAILItOADS. The T'nlon Pacific announces thit It will re-establish the rundlng In transit rule. Vice Irnildent Kecler of the Denver road as issued a ci'culnr agiinst nepotism cr favoritism. Merit alone is to be the bi'U f promotion. Th1. Hoard of Idrectors of the SL Lo'iis f?onthwestern held Its annual meeting yesterday. The Chicago and Eastern Illnols will ex tend Its tracks south to the Illinois Itlver. Southwestern lines have granted reduced fates to a numb, r of meetings to be held n the near future. The guests of the Big Tour, who went to Indianapolis, returned jesterda). The Missouri Pacific Board of Directors inet and resolved to issue $i;,9s)iVj of new XonCe. .i I0o-ml!e march to with -ua-c!i 3 Calb.ivnco. Cnmium : i-..w. third Infantr), Bidpley M Lifrd. wounde.1 in arm. striojs. I)tL- Island. Mareh 2.. Ce- iiang. ompany it Fort) -third infantry. Willis yulnt, wounded In cheit. IIght Ta nauan. Company C. Forty-third Infantr)-. George II. Otto, wounded in arm. serious." NOT AS BOERENVOYS. Diplomatic deception Awaits the react! CouimiH!ione:H. Washington, Ajirll 30.-H can be stated that the Boer delegation about to sail from Europe for tho United States th's week will not be denied access to the Secntarv of State when It r.nches WnshlnRton The members will be received as n!lvidunts Just as .n Mr Montagu White, l.-it wltli the dlst.r.ct understanding tint th.y are not icccgnlzsd eilllci-I!) as a Ilocr ilei-ga-tion. It Im bellev.sj thit the prospective vigors thoroughly iindeist.ind the esrdltlon un der which thev will l.e received, aid that, lrstead of dire-ting the.r ffort ujmn 'he Govenimuit ln Washington. ihe will rather mk to lnHuonce it through tlie American people bv means of an active I Boer propiginu,i ORDERED FR0M TRANSVAAL. All I5ritife.li .Must Li-a-vo Within Forty Eight Hours. church affairs in such manner that a niun ber of candidate for the place have been brought forward The agents are not on terms of Intimacy essentia! to harmonious action. Each Is making an in lepondent cuhv.ins for re- lection, and friend' of eich are ready to trade with other promising candidate? The prospect for equal lay repr. seitatlon has Intensified the policies of the General Confere'tire. and the lav men nrn disposed to demand their share cf the positions of a liUMtirss eharacter. W. W. Coop.i. a prom inent business man of Kenosha. Wis . s a candidate for book ng. nt of the lavmen side The clerg) men wl.o have been named as d.sirous to succeed Doctors Curtis and Jen nlrcs are Dottor II jrace llee-l. Decatui. HI Doctor i: U Itldir. Colorado. Do. tor " Leslie, InJiana, the Iteverend V l Parr. Fort W.i)ne. the llevercsd F Whitlrtlc. Delaware, ) Doctor Curtis was reprimanded last fall Intended to s-tu,. tilw Indemnity claim, it would have done so b fore this, vn t, theor) thit it would lather do s0 In an apparent!) voluntary way than as the re sult of an ultimatum At 4 o'clock, the department's hour for closing no new phase. It was reported. ln! developed. Tin re is reason to believe, however, that Turkev Is preparing to make a new propo sition and It Is expected to prove a suir- I ptstlon that the matter be referred to an arbitration tribural. Although the depart ment will not admit tt. it Is entirvl) pos sible that the proposition Is already pend ing, and that the State Department kesps It e ret becau'e of the peeultar embarrass ment surrounding the matter. ate Department' DHeinmH. Theie Is no doubt th it the State Depart ment would like to extricate Itself from the dilemma In which It finds I'.sclf. Turkcv has refused to be "bluffed" up to date, and a proposal to arbitrate the claim Is little short of numerous In view of th recent fierceness of the State Deoiriment Tim n... by the Bock Blvtr Conference far accept- ' ceptanceof such a proposition wojld be re- j lug a gift from Presiding Hld'r Callivel! j garde d In International circle's as a Joke I ior tne loan of church funds. The charges against Doctor Jennlrgs are Traveling Rugi of Raw .Silk. Velour or Scotch Shan-la. Japanese S.ttcheis. Telescops Baskets; Steamer Pillows; Linen Toilet Cases: Traveling Satchels fitted $17.50 to $22.50 D.'essing Cass $1.50 to $7.50 Women's Safety I'oc'xet-;, pursue top 25c to $2.50 Chatelaine Bag-,, leather, velvet, crochet and bead $1.25 to $15.00 Sponge Bags; Bathing Caps; Dressing Combs; Brushes; Mirrors; Soap and Powder Boxes. Kbony Military Brilies $2.25 to $5.50 Slmc Horn-; Manicure Articles; Flabks. Stock Collar;; PtitTs; Jabots and Ties; Linen Collars and Handkerchiefs; Men's Collars and Cuffs; Negligee Shirts; Pajamas; Neckwear; Hosier. White Japanese Silk Handkerchief-; 50c to $1.25 CUBANS THREATEN A REVOLUTION. Ontliivak I'mltT rho l-ail'ihip of .Ii'mis Ualii M.;! Occur in Saniiago I'loviiut'. HOTBED OF INSURRECTION. Sonic Culi.in Leadfis Ai Oiit'.uk- ii in Tht'ir Opposition to the IJi'st rict ion of SufTrat' Kl-rtioii I'osijione-d. still pending, though the flndirg Is exon eration on the ground of triviality-. Aprojsis the Jennings and Curtis Incidents nn nnonvmeiiis cinnlar In the form of a letter of advice msde Its appearance to-day and is being receives! bv the delegates In slice the effe t wemld be to plice the mat ter just ntsiut whre It was a ear ago. Xe Kiitiations would ensue for the appointment of a tribunal; the eialms and proofs and de tails would have to ! submitted. In elue time the defense would be submitted, and IHiFslbly a counter-elalm by the Turkish ..overnmeni. iiners would argue thecae ------ ... . ... ...... ,,. 1, i,,i. ,.., ,, ,-i i tvumu argue c ii cae -.- - for each side, and th-arl itratlou eourt. nl- circul.ir deseribe" the politics! of the church, dedans tint the Ceneral Confcreace Is like a party convention and that politicians ami candidates resort to all the methods of worldly campaigns David Monroe, for sixteen vears secrtary of the General Conference, will by oppoe! bv Doctor S. O. Benton, a member of ine Book Committee. Doctor Arthur Kdv ' eell:r i.f the Northwestern Christian A eate. will be oposcd by the Ilevertrd J vvavs a deliberate and I. -urelv hod, would reaen a cection In about two jars. Such a dilav would be eminently satisfactory to the Sultan. The arbitration proposal would be n poer for the .state Department. It Is now an op. n secret that the department wejuld have pressed the cae to the conclu sion three davs ago had It not been con- J vlnced that at least one European country ! -Biissia would be d!pleescd bv tbe for- ilrg of Tvrkej's lard bv a naval demon- C e o-ce of Washington, la I uratior off Smvrn, The advaiue e'.e legal- s from the German I 'li:rl.ejs use-. Conference are protesting le.uellv ugainit I Turke-. is atr.aelv prejMreil to the inojecteit lecture e.i Jiisnop iiartzell at , strung ease from her standpei If the ar the Auditorium em Thurvlav night The f Id. ration scheme Is through force of elr Bishop. wh Ins th ml-siomry sup-rlnten- 1 euniftm.'es and Interim 'lor a I evrediency. elene'j In Africa, will Peture e.i- "Boer and I :icoe-pt.-d by th- admlnlstralion. Turke-y e -Britain " A e'tlegation ef German piotors t je,.t to show that the aagr.gaie of J'..vO to-vlav declared tint the selection of mi ar- . l made up of a numb, r of claims, each one ErOBT. X4ndula Bowen. The Gardner. Connie, 1nk Domino and Zanono were thj winners et Aqueduct. Slarlnr Iiitelllgrnce. New York. April 30. Arrlv ed : City of Sloroe from Greenock and Moanic. Uv-erpoo), April 30. Arrived. Ueorglc, Xeiv li'orlc Hamburg, April SO Arrived: Deutschland, Jv'ew- York Antwerp. April 39. Arrived: Westtnland. Keif York. Southampttai, April 30. Arrived: Hhyne, Jv'ew York. Now YorK. April 30 Arrived: Bovic. from UvcrpooU Genoa. April 20. Arrived: Werra, New tSTork. via Napleei. Sdne, April 30 Arrived: Warrimor. liTancouvcr. ivapies. April Zl.-Salie-d: Ems, lYork. iloville. April 30. Sailed: Parisian. Liverpool, for Montreal. Cherbourg, April SO Sailed. Maine Jnen, for New York. New from Bre- r The MciirngnR Cnnul. Thi comiuiro-Uvely xvall strio of water mil. sjrhen built, prove the link between jrwperirj lujst many peoples. The farmers in the extreme aet. as well as them In the ertreme West, who lv-e heretofore been kept poor by the exorbi tant Ireicht rate, will perhaps profit by It most of aU. It will prove a blesjlns to humanity ln eeaeUTsl, Improving the c-.nditton of Uie nation. me Iloctette.r'n Scoirjich Uitters has that cf the IndlvlilliaJ. The) Bitters are for cverboly. but JrUcvilB-ly for those w bo do not po5M healtti rrteni have been nanr casts cf dsppjla anl lniUgesUon cured by this rrcdicine when cure swemed Impwflb.e. Nothing to equal tins tcm dy ban ever been discovered r0r allmenu of the stomach, ltvcr, bowets tnd klJncys. Yea ostll flnc that It will qultilj- cleanse the bhwd lskV sharpen the atretlte. See that a l'rlvat Svvenue Stomp covers the neck of the buttle Maftking, i.robably inen. To the caet of Bloernfontein, the Boers on Sunday night were still holdlr the hills near Thaba N"Chu. while behiml them lone; wagon trains, loaded with wheat for the Boer army in the no"th, are moving through l-adj braml Tlie British eapture-d one Bo' r onvoy em Paturdaj, 1ut its size 1- not mentioned in the dispatch which barelj announces tbes fact. A dispatch from Maseru, dated Monday, saj.s. "The Basuto? are a second time astounl e.l to m-o the Boers e.icefull) retiring with herds which, the natives think, should bo the booty of the British, who arc eaid to b" the conquerors." According to Information from Maseru, the main body of the Boers reached Leeuw Itlver, ilw we-st of Iidbrand. Saturday, small parties trailing behind at lrtervals of ten miles to protect the rear and whip up the herds. Slight outpost action- take place dally be jond Knree Hiding, where tho head of the British invasion is cantomd. African horse sickness h is broken out In General Butler's army. It prove-s esp. dally fatal among frerhly arrived arlmals. Tho Bloernfontein cemespordents jxr.nl out that tho delicteneies in the veterinary depig ment cause thousands of losses. General I.ucas Mcvcr, repljlng to General Prefeina. April TO As a i-ciucl o the .Ion inneslmrg etjilosin the Government has ordered British subject, with a few excetJtl.ins. to leive the Beriublic ulihln thousamls of I fort -eight hours Nearly 1,(.0 ha been subscribed for the relief of the- victims Commandant Sohatt hns been relieve.! of the military commanil at Johannesburg. CRONJE WELLJTREATED, -Mti'iids: ('hurrli .nn AfffruntiU (Joes fer a Irh. Jamestuwn. St. Helena. April 30. Genera! Cronjo and his wife, accompanied b the Gcn-.Tal's jjih.Ue secretary, were iermltted to attend religious sLrvice's jestcrday at Dcadnocd Camp. aftr which they hud their llrst ride around the country, an experience which recmeel to give General Cronje much plMsure. Tho famous Boer commander was receives! with cheers. CARL SHURZ PRAISES BRYAN. Siiicoiity of UU Convictions I-Mab- li.shi'd J?coiul Out-Mion. Tti.pt rt.K'si'i.ci.vi. Milwaukee. Wis. ,.pr,i ;o -Curl Schurz, who is here attending the Jubilee of the ;.I.1,1.".atlK,'' Jlusieal Society, s-peaking or William Jennings llrjaa, said. "I i.garel Mi l!ran as a remarka'jl" man In many respects n Is a dangerous pro ceedlng for u public man to be eonstantlv talking to the jieojilc for a number of veirs ami no man who H not jjerfectlj sinrere in 1...- i-m.hi.iu lie iaj.e-s can t.iKe jiueh a course cuuue-i or taie r ills real cl-arae-ler will I ,,... r.. e. ,. ....,.-. ... ....,,-- . . -. --'!' Buller's complaint that -ome of the British cu.o,an.s. ",uu ""'" r sucn 01"- jr!:oncrs at Pretoria are lodged ln tho ' "The m in who talk- to the people for f- town jail, sty, that only those are so treat- ' fcJioHtMM ed who have tried, or who are su-pcte! of ! right one. stands in hourI ilanger of t- trjlng. to escape He rete-rts. moreover, that ISoer jirIsor.ers are confined In the town Jail at I'Ktermarltzburg, with natives. The morning papers give spec! il promi nence to the statement of a news agency that Sir Bedvers Buller sent his resignation to laird Bobcrts after the Splon Kop cen sures v-.cre published and that Lord Roberts declined to accept It. to iti:i.n:vr. jiFi:iviNn. SBBCIAT. BY CABLE. London. Tuesday. Mav 1. (Copyright. lSv by the New York Herald Compan)'.) A speelal dlf patch to the Dally Eipres-j from Caie Town sajs: "I have It on the highest authority that P!r Archibald Hunter has- been sent to Kimberlej to command a strong column in tended for the relief of Mafeklng. Barton'.s brigade, which Is a part of Hunter's Tenth Division, has also been e rdercd to proceed to Klmberley. The operation j robably will be seconded by Methuen. but the rhlf moveme-nts will -be controlled by Hunter." Betcnt advice's have stated that Colonel Badcn-I'owel! was notified by Lerd Itoberts that tho siege of Mafckins would be raisvd about May 31. tho Quttn's birthday. As posure let .v:r iir.van has l.en bef.ire- 'he public ceuitiruojsjj for four ve.eis. and hj his carri"! hints r "II the time as though there could be but on- side to the- eiuestioti he discusses. "I have heard liuch of Mr Hrjan an-! would ls charmcil ti. make his jieesoinl ac quaintance. Ue can adiniru a mail f,r he honest txjircsion or his views. e-en thouVh we do not agre wltli him " -Mr. Sshuiz was atked if he could point out some practical wav in which the issue of Imperialism could be brought before the American jieople in the coming presidential campaign. "1 wish I knew. I wNh I knew." he re plied "It is a questlein that is pressing for solution the most important cue th it has been presented to the people of this eoantr for many jears But I must not talk pol itics during tms visit. dent i- British champion as Doctor Hart-z-11 was an Insult to the G.rmin and Amer ican di'I"gats, who bli.-ve the Boers Rre lit-hting for Ilbertj Th.- Illicit was mull that the lecture would be interrupted by expr. slon of dis rcnt moug the I ew arrivals to-d .v were the Blshojs who were in sjion at Indianatiolls last we.k 'Ihe-y are: Bisl op l'ltzgcrald. su. Imis; Bishop Bowmin. Iiil Orarge-. X. J Bls!--ejji Poster. Boxbars, Miss, lilsh'ip An drews. .r. Vork. Bishop Warren. I'tilv.--sitv Balk Coin.. Btsimji Toss, i'hilade ij.hla. Hit-hop liurr-t. Washington. 1). C . Bishaji Xlnde, Detroit, lilshop Mullalleu, Auliurn-eliile-. Mass., Ul-iiop Vincent. Tojjcka. Bish op Joyce, Minneapolis, Bishop McCabe, 1 ort Worth, Tex , and Bishop Cranston, Portland The Bishops will meet to-morrow morning and give linn! approval lo the euadrenu.il adtlres being prepare-! bv Bishop Andrews. The document contains I.V'J words an treats of the- st.it e.f the hur h and the work or the last fourseiry it will be read ,el the opnltij session, v ednesda.v morn ing The drawing e.f se-at" w.is not complete! until ufter 11 o'clock to-night. Bixhop Cran ston jr sided The Committee on Balls at noon to-morrow will assign tho committers to their meeting places. Temnrriiw night the lay men who have been elected aa provlKlnnal dele-gates in antlcljiatlon of the ratification of the amendment to the laws providing for equal representation will hold a caucus at which a plan ef nctleni before the confer ence vlll be discussed Bishoji Bowm it., the snIor mmber of tho Board eif Sujx-rlntendent!. said to-nfght. "Theie Is n one fature that his t p peareei that Is destined to mirk tho coming session ns distlnetlj Its own. To mo th great jxjlnt of Interest is that we cloe the century with a ramberhlp of over tjiwoioo Wo tK-gan It with tfj,.M members. It was the pruning of Urn reeorel, not n halting in growth, that hns left the total membership nnchangei for a vear." pf whli h his Ireii greivsly exagg ratetl She Is p'eai-e. to rel m of that the- bul'ei lugs iK-stroveM were r.ot worth one-hilf the. value Jettribiited lo them by the mission aries, nnil that the person il effects of the missionaries wre ridlculo s;y overesti mated The Sul. in will, for the puri-eise-si .jf this tribunal, aeltnit that l.e prcrnise-d to pay anv Just cl ilm and that he Is still will ing to pn on de inane! whatever amount Is le'termin d to le due bv a court of arbitration The talk of Genetal Ivew Wall ice for the BKI't'llI-l.-sPKe'HL Santiago de Cubi. April 3- (Copyright. !eO. by W. It. Hearst ) The report cabled to M ulrid b a Spanish firm here that jesus Babi was alsiut to lead a band of revolu tiniats to the wK.ds was founded upon ac curate information. General Wood realizes that rerlous trouble is ahead. Although an Investigation shows that Bab! is. at present on his plantation mar Manzanlllo. It Is known to those who have watcheel his move ments that an outbreak tinder his leader ship Is threatened. The An etlcan authorities maintain no se cret service in Cuba, and not until a revolt Is open have they any mean of knowing what eonsf irneles mav te on foot Santiago j Province is the hotbed of Insurrection. The other r volutions have all had their begln- prcsent a ( nlrg lie re. and Jems Itabl was in nearly every instance the leider As far baik as 15-. with onl fifteen men. be started fre-m hi- district of Balre and t,iln..,i Carlos Manuel de Cespedes in an in surrection against the Spaniards. He is an ! orator of no mean abllltv and an agitator in sp.-ei-h as wll ae a tighter In the camrs. The evidences of an Insurrection have I ng been coming to light ln this province. Some .if the Cuban leaders have be-en so e.utspoken as to elt-elare that the election dav ve.ulel certainly witness i widespread STRAUSS & STUMER Are pleased to announce that AtCELlS. -F. For rnanj- years in charge of Penny & Gentles' Milliner- Department, is now with us and will be glad to meet her many friends at Broadway and St. Charles St. asked to bate it brought to her lramo dlately. While she entereel tlie hotel attired at tractively and wearing a number cf dia monds, nothing was found Jn her room but a coarse black wrapjier. .vhlch tie cre when she killed herself. Her diamonds were gone, only a single unset stone being found upon the dresser, where It had droppe-d from her purse. She left a note to the management of tho hotel elirecting them to tako the money from her pocketbook to settle the hotel bill. A small pistol lay near her. There Traa a hole In her right temple and it was evi dent she had been dead several hours. On the linen of the dresser there wera blood stains, showing she had stood before the mirror to take aim. Where the bullet had entered the skin was powder burnt. The letter pieced together from the frag ments In the waste basket reads as follows: "All my regret Is of no use. You will be sad. I hvve tried to muster tho nerve to live, to tight on. but it falls me. I have wrecked too many lives already and must cease I cannot be happy with so mJy mistakes ln my memory nnr ran I forgst them. The world has too many sad pe.ej row- I have no ambition, ro end alls If II ! fall In my attempt to-day perhaps I shail . I.... Y V,A vj ... YlA Cll ....111 f AA lUrgei, UUI wvc iw st .uvi.cco.u. ,u list ing all. "It rmv be some one will write you re garding me. as I have to put an address on my trunk, but I will send It to the American I-Ixprcss Companv. thereby avoiding embar rassment to ou If possible. Will send aa order for it and the key to you." The-Ietter was signed ''I-ona Graves." A special from Lincoln. Xeb.. saya: "G-orge P. Wrav of this city, brother of Minnie M. Wray. wa unable to advance anv explanation for his sister's suicide." Ws. i:AJED TO WED. HKPfHlJC SPECIAL. Bedford. Ind.. April 30. Miss Minnie Gray, who committed suicide at the Pai- e!inlav of fore-e against American rule. The restriction of the suffrage by the American authorities is felt more heavily I nier House. Chicago. last night. Is a natlrt) Jn this jrovinc- than In any othr. There . cf this county, having been raised at Lees are more negroes In pr rejrtion to the j.ojiu- J uje. sevi-n miles east of here, where she lition In this jart f tte .nd than rnv ha,i father and four brothers. tr-rr Thy are- e-xc'iuhel from the pr.vi- i jns Gra. 1)a(1 jjeen o,lItfiiK Mrs. Matti Gf-neral e tarer friend since last December, anil . . . .. . . AZi - ..;j. . PIM CIRKII AVITIIOIT THE KVlrC All druggUts are authorized by the rr.anu farturtrs of Pazo Ointment to refund the money where It falls to cure any case of ji'lcs, no matter of how long stanllng. Cures ordinary cases In six days, the worst ense-s. In fourteen elajs. One application gives case and rest. Believes Itching in stantly. This is a new discovery and is the only pile remedy sold on a po-itive gu irantee. no cure no pay. Price :0 cents. If jour driBKfsto e'on't ke-p It in stock send us JO ce-nts in postage stamps and we will forward same by mail Manufactured by I 'aria Medicine Co St Louis, Mo. TRAILED BY A BLOODHOUND. Negro Arrested at-Chamois Fears of Violence, it'a-nii.if srunAi. Sedalia. AIo . Ajirll JO "Touih." Fedalia's bloodhound, was returned to-!a from 'l.amoi, where jesterday the animal ti ailed and ran down Itobert I'ulchcr, a ngre), who is charseel with assaulting Miss Kathrjn Coeke. jv vears old. early i'rlday me.rning The assailant usd an lvfo-u lailder and climbed through a win low of tho girl's slecjiing apartment. He escaped In the s.une wa. The hound resachej Chamois xe-sterday morning, and twenty minutes later had run down Fulcher. who Is to years old. with a wife and three children. The prisoner was p.-sltively Identified by Mls Locke, am! was removed to Linn, the rounty seat, to pre vent his being lnehel lj the lnilignant railroad men who make i a large jortloii oi tne pujiumiiun. SENATSbiriviARRIES. William C. Etislis Wed Levi P. Morton's D.iuhtei- Edith. iHJPl'UUC Sl-BCIAI, Xew York. April 3d. Miss Bdith I.lvlpg ston Morton, eldest elaughtcr of former Geivernor L-vi P. Moiton. was marries! to elav at no'i-j in Grace Church to William Ccrcoran Bustls. s-on of the late Senator Bustla of Iuisiam. There were prevent men and women who thoroughly represent ed fashionable Xew York. Washington and I diplomatic circles. is uuotticlally. but aiithorltativelv said a; the ht.ne DejJartment that Mr. Straus In Ids jie.sitloti as Mlnlsttr to Turkey is essen tial li the settlement of the case Mr. r-traus has l-een requesteel to retain his jwltlon until th.-piescut e-risis at least lias passed. The State Depart inent's npjoint ment of a new M'nlster te) Tuikcy In the face of the- existing sUu itlou would In.li cate that the I'nlted t-tate? elid not Intend to iress, the e-lalm. hut Is willing te) let I 'Otters proeced just as thev ate. with in terminable negotlatleuis III rspe. t man. I.c e.uicome. ministership te. Turkey to sueeee.l o-car j , r ,.. aj,mM. .,, , m Straus nppiTf-tillv Is not well foumleel. It W(10(, ,, ,,,. a,ius0rs fe.-r ti The; .late cf the election has j.otjnr.ee!. It Is new put off until June X. j R This jirovlree is almost completelv isolated j ,, from Havana, and there Is hut a handlul t the re-spemele nt eif the Times iiji "The Porte- latiug lrnj crea-.ng the oistetms lutie". The onst.antlnople coriespondent of Standard sa: - "It Is tolerably cert iln that n settlement with the United States is neit far elistant. since not only Is Turkey avers to seeing a Jirete-el. nt established for making' naval demonstrations, but snernl oth'r Powers are dlsquleteel over the active interference of the United State-., which Introduees a new element Into the laste'ru eiuestlun anel ofiVrs su example which might etsil tec tollowes! b.v Great Ilritaln MAY RENEW THE DEMAND. Sultan I lai Not Heplied to tin American Note. Constantinople April 2. Sundav. If with in :e week the Porte does not nnsv r the l"nltd States legation's note of Ajull Jl. it Is iH'Ssihlo that Llovel C. Gricom, the American Charge .rAifaire-s, will renew his demand. The project of sending Ahmed Pasha to the I'nlted Stntes to negotiate for th.- pur rhise of a crul-er is jier-dmed jn. although the I'nltt-1 States Govcrnm. nt Is de tcrrrire-d not I., c rsept to the amalgam it'on of ll-e trM)e-! purrl use with the indemnity question. The representative of the Associated Pro's Is assured "that Ahmed Pasha will start for the Vnlteel Stats to-murrow- iMordav). The statement that tbe Indemnity quetlaii was .lisciissed at the audp-nee had with the Sultan bv Mr. Grlscom on April "0. i? ab toluteli Inexact. The matter was not ell ciis,Id. TO WED ETHEL BARRYMORE. Charles I). AVetmore Is Named as the Fiance. r.KPi'w.ic sprciAL Xevv York. April 20 An Intimate frlnd of Charles Delevan W'etmore. an artist and member of exclusive s))riety In this cltv. Mid to-night that at a dinner given in horor .if Mr. Wetmoro and Mis Kthel Barrjmore by Mrs. C. Albert Stevens at I!o!n. Long Island, on Sundiv. Mr. Wetmore ahnounceel his ingagrment to Miss Uirrjmore. The guests, who were all clos per-mal friends of the two jirlncipals. were requested to keep the news yt.tet until the public .an nouncement of the rllgag. me III. Xe) elate h es jet bee-a t ter the n reeding, hut It iir.b..bly will take p nee witniu a lew months. Mis Barrvmoi has prenn.-il t retire from tho stage- permanent!. S.ie is one of tho must popular of American actresses and a daughter of Maurice Barry more and a niece of John Drew. of t'tilteel States troops stationed at San tiago anj Holguln. An insurre-ction could Ik- under w iv and destro; a vat nmeiint of prep.-vt- hefn'o the cavalrv el.-t.ichment at llolgt. a cou'el fet to the- fastnesses I vl'i. ic II s-irge-nts were en amjssl. Infor-Ti tit-n .oTies rim Gil. ira that last 1 x.ar M""i M in r rlfi - r-;l ir-.ii thousand , r mm ' cartr i;es, te gcther with a j :.:-lnch ineele ii held jiicee. vvhieh had been ' iureh.ie-.l In th- I'nlted State, avoweelly fur tl.e neruelcn (ov crnn-.er.t. we-re left April 19 for Chicago, intending to go from there to Lincoln. Xeb.. where she had brother. George Gray. She had com- dalned several times to Mrs. Parker of fcsr head hurting her very queerly, and Mrs. Parker tried to persuade her to rentals with her until fall She was engaged to be married to tv vour-g man whose home Is in Incoln, Neb but w ho is now a soldier In the Philippines. Hie Host Prescription ror Malaria e Mil anI 2 ev-r I- a ts(lt- of elrvt-"i Ta-stel-is Oi-ll le.nc It le simrty iron and eiulnln la a tattete fvrm. ?o cure no iay. loace Wc hkiim:mi:m' i m;iii. lionelem. May 1. Th Cunstantinoplo tor te has Issued a circular feirmu- 1 lir.de el near Glbara. mil are nut, ,-onceaKsl ' MRS. CHARLES SUTTER DEAD. H.s.tls to the emlassles fe,r In-j In the mountains ne-ar t.ulral. These arms : . she bnieumuetl to an Attack of (.rip-i'iieunionia. are be-lievfel to be at th command of Bab! and Mlro. both recognliei as dangerous revolutionists. Bbl Is a Guantanamo In dian, tall, well-knit, with mustache, goatee lend hair all jet block and very stralsht. He Is ;. native of Santa Itlta. a veteran of th. ten j.ears" war and the last Instruc tion ngalrsl Spain, and I- reputed to be a daring aid brave fighter. In the last war he was In command of a division or e.ar.ias arm anu ; ""- wut.i1 weeks, but her condition did not be battallolis w.re the first to Join General eorne serleius until tw.. weeks ago. when a Shatter's forces at S'lioney hertly arter the landing of I'nlt'sl States troops. Mrs. c. Sutter, wife or Charles Sutter, oes of the stockholders of the Columbia Theater nnd one of the owners of tie St. Lou! Conduit Comjany. died this ni-rnlng at 2 o'elock at tlie family residenee. X'o. SS7S Maple avenue Mrs. gutter had linn ill for severe c.ie f pneumont developee!. Doe tor I. N. Ive atteniieel Iier Mrs Sutter was the- mother of two chilelren. a lov and a girl. Arrei'gements for the funeral have not be n made. SAID SHE WRECKED LIVES. lienuiifti! Woman Commit teri Sui citle iu a Chicago Hotel. Chicago. April V. Standing 1 fore a m r lor In lur room at the I'almer Houe, Min nie M. Wra. or Gray, a bcnitlful oung woman, pressed a levejlvcr to Her temple and sent a bullet, e-raihing -hroiign 1 er j n,,usi, con.luctor. was flagged rou ci..,'.. . i.is ui .. ....j. ..-.I.' ..puiiti jii uie waste bisket and iut togetli r said the writer hod wreeked too naiy lives al ready and m'it cc-sc" This letter was addresseel to A X". Oh!er o! Meiline. 1!U Miss Wrav came to the hotel last Prldey. She earr.ed a smvll hand grip. She gave the name "Miss L. Gray" to the clerk, who registered for her. and when asked lor her addre-ss responel'd tl at Chicago woulel elo is well as any. She hand'-d him the check for her trunk and FARMER FUGGED A TRAIN. Simply Wanted to Know if His Freight Had Come. , r.KPi'r.ue si'ix hi. Parina, III.. Airll 10. South-bound local freight No. 1". IJInois Central. Jerry Cava-' mile couth of r.arlni. ill . half way between "Farina and I-acViIe at 1 p. m. to-dav bv s !- ear-old. but Unnoccnt. Dutch rarrher name-1 K. BiMiiiKarten. He explaiiiti! his action by telling the conductor that he expected packages by freight, nnd ir the train had brought the same he woul' hitch up his mule team and drive to Knna and get his property. Conductor Ca'anaugh was nt first wrathy and then his geoel humor jirevalled. and he boarded the trJn, laughing like a crowded house. "APENTA"" THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATER, BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS, BUDA PEST, HUNGARY. Under the Scientific Supervision of PROF, von FODOR of tne Hveienic Instit-nrev t?.w-,i tt-: ,w - , .jm wutvcrsiij( Director Buda Pesth. 1 ;fiL