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French and Hamilton Cooperate in inthe inthe
the Advance AdvanceDrltlxli Advancerltlllh
Drltlxli rltlllh Forces Itcacli Prospect Five FiveMUCH FheUleK
SMIIes MUCH North orth of Klicnonter River RiverThe RherThe
The Hoers Sold to Me Trekking TrelilflnjStrnlRht TrekkingStrnlJtbt TrekkingSirnlglt
StrnlRht for the VnnI YanlA A licit Report UellortThnt ort ortThat
That General Roberts UolertKVlll Will Push PuuliKorvrard PUKtlio
Korvrard lio arll to Pretoria n 111 Haplilly n nInK
111 InK Men Ien Can March llnrehUl1morl Knmor In InXoiiiloii 1nLondon Inontlon
Xoiiiloii ontlon Thnt the Proponed Move MoveiiivntM MoveII1eus Ioe IoelIentK
iiivntM II1eus of the Enifllxh En 1111 Army ArmyAre Arnl ArniMe ArnlArc >
Are to lie Carefully Cnretull Concealed ConcealctJLONDO j jLONDOX
LONDON LONDO May Iay 24 24The HTberetreat The retreat of the theDoors theDoonl theBoors
Doors from Rhenostor Kiver after aftc such a avigorous nIgorous avigorous
vigorous resistance to General Robtrts s ad advaneo adReO
vaneo ReO had been promised Is taken In London Undon Lon IAndon ¬
don as a an indication of the discouraged con condition condition eondiLlon ¬
dition of tho burghers burghersA
A despatch from Rhenoeter Rheno ter River RiversontuQ Riversont sent sentunder
under uQ r yesterdays date and received here heretoday berelolI1y
today states stat s that the Boers are reported reportedto
to be trekking at night for tho Vaal River RiverStories RiverStories
Stories are again current of a determined determinedresistance determinedreeist1U1Co
resistance to be made on the north bank bankof bankof
of that stream when General Roberta Robertaforces Robertafarees Roberthforces
forces attempt to cress crce Into the Transvaal TransvaalAbout TransnialAbout Transvnaljbout
About two miles of the railway north of ofRhenoster ofIthontar
Rhenoster River have been utterly de destroyed de destroyed deEtroyad ¬
stroyed by b the retiring rcUrIn army armyGeneral armyGeneral armyGeneral
General French Is at Prospect five mile mileto milesto inhleeto
to the north of Rhenoster River pursuing pursuingthe pursulnthe pursuingthe
the Doors and General Hamilton Is 1 co cooDoratlnr cooIJoraUno coopasutlng
oDoratlnr with him In the forward move movement movement ¬
ment of the British BritishThe DriUsbThe
The Rhenoetor River despatch says s ys that thatIt thatit
It Is the general opinion that Roberts will w1l1now willnow
now push on to Pretoria as fast as his men mencan mencan
can march marchInterest msrchInterest
Interest now centres at the Vaal Gen General General ¬
eral Roberts will probably prob bly meet with no noresistance nO1 nO1resistance O
resistance before that river is reached If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the Beers withdraw without fighting from fromthat tromthat fromthat
that position the advance to Pretoria will willprobably willJlrob
probably Jlrob bly be attended by comparatively comParatielY few fewdelays tewrlclays fewdoiayz
delays and difficulties difficultiesIf dlmeulUosit
If it 1beFederolists the Federalists refuse to make an ef effort eftort offort ¬
fort to stop General Roberts at the Vaal Vaalmilitary Vaalmilitary
military experts say they expect expectno no seri seriOUB ser1OUB
OUB resistance to his further movements movementstoward movementstoward movementsteward
toward Krugers capital capitalIn capitalIn capitalIn
In view of the extreme Importance of ofBritish ofDritish ofBritish
British movements during durIn the next few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days it is said 1tJ there will be a rather ratherstrict ratherstrict ratherstrict
strict censorship c6 over detailed despatches despatchesfrom despatchesfrom deapatchesfrom
from the seat of war 8r especially eepoei lIy those thosewhich tbotlewhich thosewhich
which may attempt a teDipt to make public Gen General General Geecrah ¬
eral Roberts plan of campaign campaignThose campaignThOle campaignThose
Those forecasts of military programme programmehave programmehave programmeshave <
have a way of leaking Into the Transvaal Transvaaland Transvaalaud Transvaalaad
and placing the Soers on their guard guardagaiMt guardaglo guardagalost
agaiMt t surprises nrprl es It t te said that every everyeffort eyer eyereffort everyeffort
effort will BOW be made to prevent the theEnglish theEngtisb theEngtlsh
English plans from frombeeomigg becoming known to the theadversaries theadel3al1e theadweriarles
adversaries of Roberts RobertsTHE RobertsTHE RobertsTflE
Knjjliicer 1 Itlimkc Snyt nys They Can Be Dereel1
4 Wrecked In Two O llnyn llnynJOHANNESBURG nn nnJOH lny lnyJOHANNESBURG
JOHANNESBURG JOH ESDURG May 1Vla 1 Vfat Lou Laurcaco Loureaeo Loureaco
rcaco Marques May 22 6 p m mA A ear correspoadeat cor correapoudeRt earresoaiest
respoadeat hers l er has had an interview with withMr WithMr L LMr
Mr Kllmke the State Mining Engineer of ofthe oIthe 01 01the
the Transvaal on the report that the theRaad tbeRasd t tRand
Rand gold raines ml were to be destroyed destroyedMr destroyedMr estroyedI
Mr I Kliake said that personally be was wasopposed wast8 weiOtWo5el
opposed te any such neh arbitrary action But Butif DutIt Bu Buif
if such a course was thought to be neces necessary neceszary nonessary ¬
sary for military reasons he felt sure that thatflfty thatfifty tha t tfifty
fifty men with unlimited supplies of dna dynamite dnamite dyesmite ¬
mite at their disposal would leave nothing nothingintact nothingIntact nothin I IIntact
intact along the whole of the reefs cither citheron eltberon titheon
on the surface or underground In a period periodof iuriodof purio purioof
of two days daysANXIETY dBSANXIETY daystxirr
Lack of Carriers Causes Delay Dela in inFinding In1lnlllnl Ii S SFhiadluzr
Finding IleciiforceniciitH IleciiforceniciitHLONDON lteenforceincntsLONDON tHo tHoLO
LONDON LO DON May iay 21 2tThe The absence of news newsfrom newsfrom new S Sfrom
from Kumasei which place has been be beolsgod beclegod
olsgod by native rebels for some time timecauBoe timecaU866 t
cauBoe anzlety here No information has hasroaebod hasroached ha haroadbed S
roadbed the coast The departure dep rture of re reenfortamanU reenforcements reonforeomeats
enfortamanU to the Interior baa been beenhindered beeuhhwered becihindered
hindered by the difficulty In procuring procuringcarriers procuringcarriers procurincarriers
carriers Those obtained are mostly girls girlsCANONIZATIONS girlsCANONIZATIONS gtrhCANONIZTIONS
One IMlsrrim III lm Killed in the Great GreatCrunli GreatCrlllda i iCrush
Crunli nt Homo HomoROME nomenO homeROMn
ROME nO IE May Iay 21 24The The canonization of ofJohn otJobn o f fJohn
John Baptist De D La Selie founder of the theOrdor theOnlor th 0 0Onlor
Onlor of Christian Brothers Drot ers and Rita Da DaOMeta Dn0aMIa I IOaieia
OMeta a Run of the ANgiMtiaian AIlgu t1914Ui Order Orderwwgcalebrated OrderC8Icbrated OrdetwescaleiMated
wwgcalebrated C8Icbrated at St Paters this morning morningwKh ID moru1n ra1ng ra1ngitll g gwith
with itll great pomp pompOae pompOM pompGas
Gas pilgrim Iarl was w killed in the crush and andT an I Imesy
mesy T persons fainted The Pope P ° pe appear appeared apparcd appearad ¬
ed te be IB the best of o health boaltbAt healthAt healthA
At A At the close e of th ceremony there was wasa wasa wn a aa
a great re8t demonstration puUide puUideHADA3EE 9utdeMAD 9utsldeHAD41IE
The Tll Tl Stilt Acaliist nlnst the PiRnro Do Dociilcd DechIc becitled
ciilcd chIc In Her JierFnvor JierFnvorPARIS Favor FavorPARIS InorPARIS
PARIS May Iy 14 24The The court has be bedded dockleil e ectIled ¬
dded ia favor of the widow of Lieutenant LieutenantCotoflol LieutenantCoIeIIol t tCohesel
Cotoflol Klobb Kl b who was aseaseinated 39 Qgefnat tl by bythe bythe b 7 7the
the ooroBHwders of a French expedition in inAfriea inAtrl I IAfrisa
Afriea Atrl ia her suit against the Figaro FigaroAfter FigaroAfter FigaroAfter
After the news ws of the assassination lSe of ofLlewteuant ofL1wteant o f fLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel Klobb the Figaro Figarorateed Figarorai Figaroraised
raised d a fued by subscription for the bene benefit bene1l beaefit ¬
fit 1l ef the l1e widow The widow refused to toaeeept toaccept I 0 0accept
accept the money and the Figaro then thenproposed thenpropo thc a aprop
proposed prop ed eed to Invest tho money for the th th1ianet
benefit of the children The court ourt now nn
holds that the Figaro had no right to t
invest money for the children without withm It
their mothers consent consentWhen consentWben consonLWhen
When Count Boat do Castellane ea telJaIle was in I n
this country some months ago and carried carriedon carrie carrieon
on a cable correspondence with M I De DeRooilYs B BRodays
Rodays the director of the Figaro Figaroabout Flgnroabout Figaroabout
about an alleged misstatement in regard regardto re regar ard ardto iI iIto
to the counts financial finan lal standing stlDdin this mat matter matter mather ¬
ter was frequently referred to Among Amongthe Anion g gthe
the statements made by tho count was wasone wasone w wone
one to the effect that M De Rodays would wouldbe wouldbe woul woulbe
be able to pay the damages he the count countproposed count countproposed I Iproposed
proposed to collect out of the fund which whichthe whlcbthe whit h hth
the th Figaro had collected for Mme Mm Mme1lobb a
Ktobb aDd which she declined to receive receivebecause receh recehtcusc ae e
because tfe tcusc of the attitude of the Figaro Figarolouard Figarotowunl Figarori
toward the French Army during the Drey3 Drey3fus DreyJus Dre DreXus ri
fus us case caseArthur cueArthur caseArthur
Arthur VnaiilmouNly tnnnlmoI Reelected KeelectcdMILWAUKEE Reelected3IILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE iIILWUKEE May IGrlnd Grand Chief En Engineer EnJlneer L Lgineer ¬
gineer P M Arthur of the Brotherhood Brotherhoodof
of Locomotive Loc motle Engineers was unanimously unanimouslyreelected unanlmouJyreelected unanhmousi y yreelected
reelected this thllarternoon afternoon i iBy Ior iL
or t 21 z zf
f L By l Taklnjr the lie Elegant Elccnnti Elccnntleaving EleJnntXorColk ElegantNorfuik
XorColk Washington i Stcnmers Stcnmersrlng StennicosLeaving
leaving rlng fool of Seventh Street daily dan at t 6SO p m man a aan
an opportunity U offtred to witness it the th tohu tohueclipse tot totedipee l
eclipse of the ran un at Norfolk orfolk on Sth instant IAI nt it
For stateroom rcatrration r rnUou telephone 750 I0 Sec Secschedule SeeIICheduIr S no noechcdnle
schedule rage > 7 7I 7f 7I
I f Call at 12S4 F f St for ICrctol ICrctolLovrext KretolLowest retol retolLouellt
Lowest Price on Lumber and Mlll Mlllwcrk 31111crk MIt MItwerk
wcrk crk and ilwars bet bc t grades too Som onc flooring firin firinI85 IJoring
fl85 I85 Ota and X Y arc y
Exercl E xercises c > In Victoria Honor All AllOver AllOcr AllOver
Over the british Brit lull Empire EmpireLONDON EmpireLOz EmpireLONDON
LONDON LOz N May 24 2tTod3Y Today is the eighty elghtyflrst el hty htytlrst
flrst fi rstbirthday birthday of Queen Victoria and it is isbeing isbeIng Iseing
b being eing appicprlately aprl rr ateJy celebrated throughout throughoutthe
the th thsa e Bigtlsh Empire mllre Congratulatory mca messages mcasnges ninages ¬
sages sa safr ges have been received rc olved by Her Majesty Majestyfrom Majestyfrom Majestyom
from fr om all parts of the world including a afelicitous atelicilous
felicitous fe licitous expression from the President of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he United States StatesTh Stttcsn1 Statesti
Th ti all the cities of the United Kingdom Kingdomexercises Kingdomaerclses Kingdomxercises
exercises e of the usual character arc being beingheld beIngbeld beingold
held h eh old with parades parodosof of school children and anddemonstrations and anddcmonstrotIous andemonstrations
demonstrations d of a highly patriotic char character character charctor ¬
acter acterThe a ctor ctorThe
The victories in South Africa have given givenan glenan givenn
an a n increased Interest to the celebration celebrationand celebrotionand
and a nd the name of Victoria is frequently frequentlycoupled frequentiyccuplcd
coupled e with those of the successful gen generals gonernls ¬
erals o rals now fighting for the honor of her herempire berempire
empire e at the front frontILHK trontTHE frontTE
I Mr M r McKinley Icl lnle Sends ConfcrntttlntioiiK ConfcrntttlntioiiKto
to fliteeii f acen Victoria VIctortnThe YlctorlnTbe
The eightyfirst anniversary of the birth birthof hlrth1 hlrth1of
of o f Queen Victoria is being generally ob observed ob observoo ¬
served s today by English men and women womanthroughout womenthroughoutAmericn
throughout throughoutAmericn t America Tte President Presid ant < through throughthe throughthe
the th e Secretary of State has forwsrdel his hiscongratulations hiscongratulations
congratulations c on the occasion The fol following following ¬
lowing l message was eeni 6 not this morning to toAmbassador toAmbasrooor tombactador
Ambassador A Choate at London LondonMay LondonMay
May 24 1S 1SChoate nee neeChOtitc 1II
Chaste Ambassador mba1JtH or London LondonYou LondonYou
You will pleaee pleaeeconrey convey con vey through tho thoappropriate thoappropriate
appropriate channels the congratula congratulations coDgrotul1tlons ¬
tions and best wishes of the President Presidentto
to Her Majesty the th Queen on the oc occasion occaion occasion ¬
casion of her birthday HAY HAYThe HAYTbe bAYThe
The most important social event in inWashington Inashington
Washington on the occasion of the Queens Queensbirthday QueenSbirthili1y
birthday will be the dinner given this thisevening tblsevening thisvening
evening e at the British Embassy by Lord Lordana Lordand Lordnd
ana a nd Lady Lad Pauncefote A number of prom prominent promInent ¬
inent m eet English residents will be the guests guestsThe guestsThe
The T he full state silver service will WI be used usedand usedand usednd
and a nd the decorations will Include pink aiid aiidwhite udwhite
white w hite peonies peoniesi peoniesThere
i There will m be no speeches and the only onlytoasts onlytoasts
toasts t will be to the Queen Plates will willbe willbe
be b e laid for Lord and Lady Paunceioe e Miss MissPauncefote MIssPauncetote
Pauncefote Miss S Pauncefote Miss 1iBS A APauncefote APauncefote APauncefote
Pauncefote Gerard A A Lowther First As Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant s Secretary of the Embassy Colonel CeionelLee CelonelLee
Lee the Military AMache and Mr 3Irs Ir < Lee LeeMax LeeIax
Max Iax Muller Iuller Second Secretary retary H C Nor Norman Norman Norman ¬
man Third Secretary Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Gor GordonCummings GordonCummings
donCummings Mr Ir ind t ad Mrs Pelievv Pelle Mr Mrand Mrnd ir irand
and a nd Mrs Townsend Mr Floyd Mr Ir Bailey BaileyMr nneyIr BalleyMr
Mr Ir artoris Ml MIlts s Sartoris Miss MI Board Boardman Boardman
man and Miss Potter Potter2HES PotterMRS PotterMRS
All 11 Member of the Family Famll Summon Summoned Summoncii ¬
ed to JInwnrtlcnLONDON JlnnnnJcnLO JInwnrtlcn hlawartlenIODOX
LONDON LO O May 24 IIt It Is reported that thatMrs thatIrs thatMrs
Mrs Irs Gladstone widow of the Grand Old OldMan QJdMan OldMan
Man of England Is dying d1D at Hawardea HawardeaAH Ha HswardsnAll wanlen wanlenAll
All the members of the family family have been beensummoned 1Jeensummoned beensummoned
summoned to her bedside bedsideCALLED bedsideCALLED bedsideCALLED
The TiirUIsh Minister TalllH Tall H VIth VIththe tithi tithithe Itll Itllthe
the Secretary Secretnr of State StateAH StnteAU StateMi
AH Ferrouh Bey the th Turkish Minuter Minutercalled Minii4ercalled I1DWtelcalled
called on Secretary Hay for the first time timesince timestooe timesince
since he learned of the character of ofDOte the tbenote thehte
note seat to hIs Government demanding demandingtbe 4emaadiathe
tbe payment of the Armenian Indemnity IndemnityHe lMteDUllty lMteDUlltyHe
He was not accompanied by Ahmed AhmedPasha AhmedPasha I IPasha
Pasha EagiaeerlaChlef of the Turkish TurkishNavy l lNay I INavy
Navy who ho reached Washington last sight sightoa L LOil
oa a minion for his Government GovernmentPRESIDENT GonrnmeutPREEDENT GovernmentPRESIDENT
Mr Ir McKinley lcIHnlt and Party Jart Co Going I tiff to toKrederlcliKhiirf torctJcrleJhur t C CFrederiekburg
KrederlcliKhiirf rctJcrleJhur Tomorrow TomorrowTbe TOluorroThe
The President and a number of Cabinet Cabinetofficers Cabinetofikers Cabineofilcers i
officers leave tomorrow morning at 939 939oclock 9 9oclock I Ioclock
oclock from tbe Pennsylvania Peou rlvaRIa station for a avisit ai1t I Ivisit
visit i1t to Fredericksburg Frooerick urg to attend the cele celebration celebrotln ¬
bastion of the Society of the Army of the thePotomac thePotomac tht thtPotomac S
Potomac They will be back ia the even evening cenIng evenlug ¬
ing It is not expected that the President Presidentwill Pro ldent ldentwUl t tsvhll
will speak Two private cars will be at attached atta attached ¬
tached ta hed to the train for the use of the par party party party ¬
ty tyMr
Mr Ir McKinley will leave leaveon on Saturday for forNorfolk lororfolk fo foNorfolk r
Norfolk orfolk to be gone gon until Monday onday on a abrief abri t tbrief
brief bri t recreation trip He will sail on the tbeDolphin theDolphin thi 0 0Dolphin
Dolphin The only other outing arranged arrangedby arrangedhy arrange I Iby
by him prior to his Canton trip next month monthis m monthIa Qth QthIs
is his visit to Antietam on Decoration Day DayCASHIERS DayCASHIERS DayTo
Charles IV V Mnxscy Ie and John C Far Karrar Pnrrnr Farmr
rar IMend Guilty GuiltyRUTLAND Gullt GulltRUTL GuiltyRUTLAND
RUTLAND RUTL D Vt May ay 24 4Charles Charles W WMussey W Wlull8eY WMussey
Mussey pleaded guilty in the Federal FederalCourt FederalCourt c cCourt
Court to an indictment charging him vith vithtbe riththe i ithe
the embezzlement and misappropriation misappropriationof ml ppropriaUon ppropriaUonof a aof
of the funds of the Merchants National NationalBank NationalDank I IBank
Bank of Rutland pf which Whicb he was cashier cashierand caklerand caak1eand
and was sentenced to seven years impris imprisonment Imprisonment imprisonenenL ¬
onment onenenLJohn onmentJofaa j jJohn <
John C Farrarvrlhe Frrnl rth former cashier of ofthe atthc a athe
the Waterbury aterburr National Bank also alsopleaded alsoplesded ala I Ipleaded
pleaded guilty to abstracting 0009 of oftbe ofthe o othe
the funds of that institution and was wasgiven Wasghen inc 5 5given
given a term of six years yearsAPASTarENT J1earsAr yearsATARTIIF2dhiOUSE
A A Fire HendersiTIirce Uentlcnr Tl1ree Hundred Chi ChicnsjoftiVft ChlcntI L Lczagoaihk
cnsjoftiVft cntI l k HojiiclcHS HojiiclcHSCHICAGO UOlUcJeH4CHICAGO liIICleNCHICAGO
CHICAGO May 3tsLMore la iMore than 200 pee people lIeole peepie ¬
pie le wei wee ere driven from their homes shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter shotti F Fnfter
after noon yesterday yesterilnyby by a fire which de destroyed dastroycd dhstroycd ¬
stroycd the Jackson apartment apartmentbuilding apartmontbuilding it itbuliding
building on Calumet Avenue just justnorth justnortb JoE it itnorth
north of Twentyninth I Street S ne The Thebuilding Thebuilding Tb C Cbuilding
building was a fourstory brik brikbiulding brlkbiuldfng bri in inbiuidfng
biulding containing 109 suites suiteslists of offlats orfiats
flats and was Greeted for a hotel otel during the theWorlds thcWorlds th C CWorlds
Worlds Fair The fire originated from an anexplosion anexplosion a n ncplosIOn
explosion of natural gas The fire caused causedno reusedno cause causelose
no loss of life although there were msny msnynarrow m man ny nynarrow = y ynarrow
narrow escapes The loss will b be 5200000 5200000DECLARE 200000DECLAEE 200001 200001DECLARE
South Carolina lrnhtliItIonIstM Xom XomInntc > om ominnte I Imate
mate a State tate Ticket TicketCOLUMBIA TicketCOL TicketCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA COL mA S C May 24 lTbe Tbe Prohi Prohibition Pro Prohibition i ihlUon ¬
bition Convention met last night and decid decided dec1ded L Led ¬
ed to nominate a Governor Lieutenant Gov Governor Governor Go Goernor ¬
ernor and Attorney General At midnight midnightCol midnightCol it
Col James A A Hoyt of Greenville former formerStale formerStale r rState
Stale Chairman or the Democratic party partyand putyand pafl h hand
and a Confederate soldier was nominated nominatedto d dto
to head the ticket l i1d
and James F Trlbble Trlbbleof h hof
of Anderson named for Lieutenant Gov Governor Governor Go Goernor ¬
ernor In an address adopted by y the con convention convention I Ivention ¬
vention the gang now in power was wasdeclared WaslIeclnred w is isdeclared
declared to be little If any better than the thecarpetbaggers thecarpetbaggers ti Ce Cecarpetbaggers
carpetbaggers of radical days The plat platform platform la t tform ¬
form written on a sheet of note paper papersimply papersJmply pape r rsimply
simply declared against the sale of liquor liquorby liquorby hiquc r rby
by the State and characterized the present presentsystem presents prese it itsyStem
system s tem as a disgrace disgraceAndrew disgraceAndrcn disgraceAndrew
Andrew D White hIte Appointed AppointedA Apiointedresolution PllolntellA
A resolution wasadopted was adopted In the t1 Senate Senatetoday Senatetodny Sen1 IC ICtoday
today todny appointing appoInUng Andrew Andrew D White White of ofNew ofew DlNew
New ew York to fill the vacancy existing exJstln in inthe lnthe 1 Luthe
the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian SmithsonianInstitution SmithsonianInstitution In InInstitution
Institution InstitutionSpecial InstitutionSIIcela InstitutionSpecial
Special Train Service to Frcdcrlcka Frcdcrlckahnrj Frcdcrlckbnr C Cbur
hnrj bur Via In Pennnylvnnln Itallroad ItallroadAccount UnJJrontJAccount ItahlroadAccount
Account Reunion Of f the Army o of the Potomac Potomactrain Potom1trJln C Ctrain
train leaving le niru Sixth Street Station at 745 a a m I
Friday May Ya 25 will bo operated operat l through to t i
Fredericksburg Va VaKent Vsheat a aIrCMt
Kent grades of Flooring Floor PIoorLn aLways and andsome andsome an lil lilsome
some flooring flooriu only LS5 1S bF Jfcnk ak Libbey 4 3 Co C tu
I Price P rice McCormick Company Go Goto Goto
to the Wall WallTheir VanTbclr
Their T heir Suspension Announced on the theStock tileStock
Stock Badinage at Noon XoonSpecu XoonSpecuIntcll Specu Speculated ¬
lated Heavily In Cotton and Were AVcrcUnable WereUnable VercUnubJc
Unable to Jleet Ieet Their Enffntfcnientn EnffntfcnientnAKMcta EnarenlentAetll
Assets and LlnuIIitlcM Sot ot Stated StatedNEW StntellNEW
NEW YORK May 24 IPrlce Price McCormick McCormlckCo
Co bankers and brokers 70 Broadwayannounced BTJadwayannounced Broadway
announced a on the Stock Exchange at noon noontoday noontodny noonoday
today t that they were unable to meet their theirengagements theirengagements
engagements e Notice of the suspension suspensionI suspensionhad
I had h ad then been posted on the door of their theiroffice theirorece
office o ffice and at the same time tlm it was stated statedthat statedthat
that Sullivan Cromwell 45 Wall Street Streetwere StI Sttetere et etwere
were W ere the assignees assigneesThe assigneesThe
The suspension was not wholly Wholl a sur surprise surprise ¬
prise p nise To part of Wall Street iu 1 the Stock StockExchange StockExchange
Exchange E community it was howover howoveralthough howovernJthough
although a during the morning there wererumors were wererumors
rumors r in the Cotton Trade that a promi prominent prominent ¬
nent n eat firm was embarrassed At the same sametime sametime
time t ime it was added that the trouble was vrasonly W1l5only wasnly
only o nly temporary and not serious seriousThus serkJusTbus seriousThus
Thus far the season had been a pros prosperous prosperOUE prosorous ¬
perous p ph orous one and the firm was Wbrtpoted rcpoted to tohave tohne
have h ave cleared considerably over 1100060 1100060on
on o n their cotton deal During March a de decline IedIne deilno ¬
cline t ilno took place and prices touched 8 34c 34ccents 34ccents
cents c It was from this point on that the thefirm thefirm therm
firm fi rm made their mistake according to mem members membors ¬
bers h ers of the Cotton Exchange ExchangeEarly ExchangfEArly
Early enquiry at the o offtce ce of Sullivan SullivanCromwell SuJlivauCromwell
Cromwell did not bring forth a statement statementof tatementof
of o f th thn < > firms assets uSe1s and liabilities aa the tbetwo thewo e etwo
two t wo gentlemen named wore 010 not In In but butwere butwere butwere
were out presumably at work OB the sue suspension sua suai4nslon ¬
pension nslon A statement the repreeeatative of oft
i t j ie e firm said would undoubtedly be made madeIf madeilt
If ilt > ter er r In the day dayTheodore dayIheodore daysheodore
Theodore H Irlcc the senior member of ofthe otthe
the t he firm declined to make any statement statementand statementand statementnd
and a nd referred everyone even his friends friendsto triendsto friendso
to t o the assignees a It is believed however howevertbat boweilrtbet
tbat t hat the liabilities will be heavy a M the
Arm S rra transacted tran actcd a very e1 large business a aDd aDdwas andwas d dwas
was represented on the Stock Exchange Exchangeroduce
Produce I roduce Exchange Cotton Exchange Exc e aad aadChicago aadChicago
Chicago C Board of Trade It poesoeeed po 8 prob probably probably probbly ¬
ably a bly the most complete and extensive pri privatewire priatewire ¬
vatewire gystom in the couatry and its itsconnections I Iconnections
connections c with branch offices throughout throughoutthe
the country were large largeSince JargeSinee
Since August of last year the operations operationsof
of o f the firm have attracted the attention of ofcotton ofchon ofCetton
cotton < men both in this country and
Europe Believing that the th cotton < ot toa crop crepwould aepvvuld cropwould
would be a small one owing to drought droughtthe tkou bt
the firm established communications with
3000 to 4000 000 correspondent ID the atton
belt and advised ad holding cotton for high higher blgller ¬
er 0 prices prl s as a well as purchasing fatures tltUTes fer fera fera
a rl rJp rJpTIegrams < i iTelegrams
Telegrams sad ad postal cards fended jo the
South bearing the name of the Nw W York Y rk
firm sad hundreds of tbont thcnuan thouands nds of bales balesef le leof
ef ceiton were purchased when en prices pricesraaged pricesagad pricesragod
raaged from 3 12 1 cents to C 12 1 cents a apoand apouoo apound
pound Supplies abroad were mull foreign foreignpinners foreignspinners
spinners refusing to believe the be crop dam daraat damIt damlle
at lle talk When Europe commenced to buy
ia January Price McCormick Co sold soldthousands soldthousands
thousands of bales of cotton all Ute way
from S to 9 91 12 cents centsThroughout etttsThroughout
Throughout April and May this policy poII y
was pursued until about the Ut ooiy OD otny y bosi businees
done at the local exchange ex hanp was by P Price
McCormick Co While the t extensive
buying was wa In progress a prominent Phila Philadelphia Pbltadelphla Philadelphia ¬
delphia cotton house began to concentrate
its operations in August cotton ADd on the tbeshort theshort
short side of tOe market Relying < upon tipoathe uponthe
the 1 ICS > active demand for cotton Scone fiootAmerican 11 11Amercan SconeAmerican
American and European seiners lJi seers Dera other otherfirms otbefirms tEthetlircuc
firms began to get et short of August cnti cntithe t 1Itllthe enUlthe
the short Interest in that option proved provedtoo pteyedtoo
too large to support supportIt suJtpotIt supportIt
It was announced Dnou eed from the roetram ro tr1tJD of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cotton Cton Exchange Ecbate shortly shorty after afer 1 p m mtbat I mthat
that tht Price PIce McCormick crlek Co wol would make me mk mkheir
heir settlement attement on the average aVee price prc of oft ofpjays atIuys
t pjays > 3ays quotations quotationsThe Quotaton quotationsThe
The firm fr of Price Pl e McCoraicfe oik Co Con1e was wasorganized i iurganlhed
organized < n1e on January JuuHry 2 1S97 and Thcojo TfOO e ePrice ePrice e t tPrice
Price was s its Jt leading ledlRg spirit Associated Associatedwith AateJ AateJwih AseocIatewith
with wih him bi were W V G Meonaick Ierlck of Ch Chicago Chcgo Chcago ¬
cago cgo who is related relate to the te McCormick ZtcColck McCormickreaper of ofreaper
reaper reapr fame R R M 1 Stuart Stuat Worthier Vorle who whoIP wl whitI
IP I a soninlaw of o Hear Rer Admiral Admirl Schley Schleyand Sley Sleyand Schleyand
and Bernard BeJnard J Harrison H1rsn as general part partners pr partners ¬
ners with lh George Geore Crocker Croker the California Californiamillionaire Cauornt I Imillionaire
miionaire millionaire as the special speal partner partnerNew partnarpartnership
New Ne partnership prterhlp articles artces par parNe were entered enteredInto en tnere er I Iinto
Into Ino last fall fal when Bernard Derd J Harrison Harrisonretire Harrson Harrsonretre1 I Iretired
retire retre1 retired and an Walter Waler W Price Pice a brother Iother cf cfTheodore ctTheod ci ciTheodore
Theodore Theod firm re H I Price was a admitted aclte to the tbefirm thefirm
firmMr frm
Mr Ir Crackers Crokers interest Interet was Increased Iose last Jas
fall fal to 500000 iOOOO The capital capt of 9 the t firm firmwas frm frmwas I Iwas
was probably probbly 1000008 l00 Mr Ir McCornrfck McCornrfckinterest MonmIckainterest Icnnkk IcnnkkJnterct
interest Jnterct is I heavy beav for he has hs been ben in the te i
business buines for to a long time tme and always oa o a a I
large lare scale slc The Stok Exchange Exchage members membersof embr embror I Iof
of the tle firm fn were wer Stuart Worthley Worhle and Mr MrMcCormick MrMcCormick r
McCormick leomlck The latte late however hweer wjs na s not notan ot otan notan
an active floor foor member membr as a mot most ot the thebusiness tbebsine thebusiness
business bsine was transacted trncte by b Mr 1lr Stuart StnartWorthley Suart SuartWorthley StuartWonhley
Worthley and several sverl outside outil brokers brokersA ber
A rather rther strange strure incident in connection connectionwith cIecton cIectonwit I Iwith
with wit the failure talure is that tbl Mr Ir Stuart Worth
ley sailed sie for England EOlIsl about abt four weeks weeksago wek wekago I Iago
ago and is due to arrive in this
an thi city ciy to tomorrow t t tinorrotr ¬
morrow morrowTho mrrow mrrowTho inorrotrThe
Tho branch offices oIeo of Price Pric McCormick MeCormicki l eormlck eormlckCo
Co and their maagers managers were were as toJJow folaws folawsNewark
Newark N 1 W F Mutb i Ogdeosburg oenburg
N Y D H Lyons Rochester Rbeter X Y YGeorge yGeorge YGeorge
George B Dresser Dreer Plttsburg Plbur5 Pa S K
Dyer Chicago Chicgo W G McCormick YeCnulk Syra Syracuse Sya Syacuse Syracase ¬
cuse C M lL Bachman and an Albany Al ny F H HHagadorn I HHagadorn
Hagadorn HagadornUp Hagdorn HagdornUp HagadornUp
Up to 140 I 40 oclock oclok 17206 i2 shares hre of rtoek dok dod C
had been traded trde in on the Stock Sok Exchange Exeuoer
for r the account of the firm fr The doors dors of o 7 7the
the te firms frms office offic were closed eJ0 atTL at oclcck occck to toall toal tt ttall
all al visitors viior and the clerk clerwth clenim with the as assignees Usignee assignees ¬
signees signee were wee very er busy buy stralgbteing slg1eg up ui
accounts acunt accountsWall v
Wall Wal Street Stet took the su suspensipn pn very verycalnly ver cry cryc1Iy I IcalLIy
calnly c1Iy although alhough there was wa a dispcsitlon dlssiton to tocirttlate t a a acirtilate
cirttlate rumors rmor about other oer firms ty y un unscrupulous unsrululous unscrupulous ¬
scrupulous srululous rumor mongers mongersA mongers mongersnumber
A number of messages mcge of sympathy symplhy and andregret andregot am amregret
regret regot were received receved by Mr M Price Pice who Wo has ha haa
2 a large lae number of friends trenwln In this Umd aid other othercities oth othe r rcles rcities
cities cles Customers Cutomers who called cled at tLc U office officewere ofce ofcewere a awere
were referred rferre to the lawyers lawyer at 45 < 5 Wall WallStreet Wal I IStreet
Street Stret The firms interest Jntet were very ve di diversified alverife civersified ¬
versified verife and ad that tht was w responsible repsible for un unusual unusal unusual ¬
usual usal interest intert in the failure flure outside outIde of its itsmagnitude It It S Smagnitude
magnitude magnitudeShortly magniude magniudeShorly magnitudeShortly
Shortly Shorly after ater 1 oclock Seymlr Seymour Johnson JohnsonCo JohnsonCo a aCo
Co addressed addree a letter Jeter to the t6 Stock Sto Ex Exchange E Eschange ¬
change cban e which was read from trm the rostrum rostrumThe rtrm rtrmTbe I IThe
The letter leter stated stMe that the he 1 firms financial financialaffairs fnlclal fnlclalaalr finunciaaffairs
affairs were In excellent condition
aalr excelent cnditon ru rumors rumos rumona ¬
mona mos to the contrary contror were unfounded unfoundedThe unfoun1e unfoun1eTbe unfoundedbrokerage
The brokerage house of Floulke FtuJke Co CoofJLhis Coof Coofhls
ofJLhis of ofhls Jhls city ciy having havln offices omce In the Hote 1
Chamborlin Chamb6Tln were ere correspondents crreondes of Price
McCormick Co until unt a few weeks week ago agowhen ag ngtwhen
when they withdrew their connection eonn ton with wih wit 11
the firm and became the correspondents correspondentsof corepndent
of Sweet Co It I is said slid that their th lr af ¬
fairs fair with wih the defunct concern were en entirely ¬
finely settled setted up and ad that they will not be beaffected beateted b e eaffected
affected ateted in any way Wy by b the failure failurePrice falure falurePrce failurePrice
Price Prce McCormick ICor1ck Co have had other otherorrespondents othe r
orrespondents Irrespondents in Washington Wahingon at different t
times and frequently frequenty their Washington a
business has ha been ben very large lar < though thoug Washingon It I has hasPUS ha ha a at2
PUS J t2 compared merc miredw wijh i the tremendous iI prnendous ots iler ilerests IJ itt r rest reats
eats est of of tjie te company compny In other ote cities ciUe The The10cl Tb
local gossip go lp regarding the cause of
10cl o the t fail failure fai failnra ¬
ure was too heavy speculation sp ulaton in wheit wbe t and andcotton andecton an d dcotton
cotton cottonB ecton ectonD
B c O O1 1 to harpers Iarller Kerry Icrr nnd nnd1nchclt pta nd ndWinchester I IWinchester
Winchester WinchesterBy 1nchclt r rBy
By special pll train leaving Jcving Washington fr a Tit rn
Hay 1 ST 2 Returning netminl ICSTC Winchester WInceter Wsbingon 7 4 and nd Har Harpers lar hIs m ¬
pers prs Ferry Fey S p P t ni same Are day ty Tickets Tcdal also sold soldtrora sld so r rtram
from intermediate inteJelate points pointsTVben pit pitlien pointsWhen
When lien you ou need nee Flooring nlvrayscnll nlvrayscnll6r n ua5cc 1 LI LIifint
16nt ifint I 6r coly c11I t on 1165 15 P Libbty l bI k Co C Some Sme 2f 1 c C flooring flooringcoly flo nooric g I
Governor GOTeror G overnor Roosevelt Rooleel nears ArsfU ArsfUmcnt Ar Argumeats
meats mcntl on the Application ApplicationOYSTER Applcton ApplctonOYST ApplicationOYSTER
OYSTER OYST BAY N Yr Y May MO 21 2tTe 2tTeberng 21The 21Thearing The Thehearing
hearing berng he aring on Governor Gvernor General Gnra1 Woods Wods ap application 1 ¬
plication plcion pl icatlea for the exla extradition of r Charles Carle W WF WF Vi ViNeelir
F Fm Neely who Is i charged vrLh wl with embezzle embezzlement ebezzJe ebezzJement embezzleeet ¬
ment m eet in connection cnnection with wIh the te th Cuban Guhn post postoffice potmec postffice
office e < mec was w held before bfore Governor GverO Gover or Roosevelt Rooseveltat Roevelt Roeveltat
at his home boe at Oyster l Itay ay this after afternoon afer afernon at ter terOn ¬
noon noonNeely non nonNeely no On OnNeely
Neely who Is now now ow under unde iirrest et in the theLudlow theLudlow theudlow
Ludlow L udlow Street Strot Jail Jai was wa represented re ented by byJohn byJohn byhn
John Jo JoA hn D Lindsay Lindsy of the law firm frm rm of Nicoll NicollAlnible Nicl Nicollinnble
Alnible A innble Lindsay while whic United ntcd States StatesDisUict StatesDlsh Statesistetot
DisUict Dlsh D istetot ct Attorney Atorney Henry Henr LJ L Lf Barnett Brnett ap appeared appenned apared ¬
penned pe ared in support supprt C of it Gencrafl G cr Woods Wos ap application application ¬
plication pl ication I IAfter i iArer
After Arer a lengthy lenghy argument nrgumc4 Governor GovernorRoosevelt GovernorRoEevel
Roosevelt RoEevel R announced announce that thit hJ was t as not yet yetprepared yetpreped
prepared preped p to give a fin final I decision dctston as a to towhether towhether
whether w hether he would grant the drtion qpplicatlon picUon for forfe forNeels fore
N Neels fe eelys lys extradition extraditionHe oxtradiUon oxtradiUonHe
He requested requated the two lawyers JU er however howeverto however1 howcvermake
to make out ot briefs brlf embodying embln the te argu arguments arg ¬
ments mcnt m ents which whl h they made ade before boe Mm hm today todayIn to
In order that tht he might give gre Ifurther jurh furth tstudy study studyto stud studto
to the case ce The Te Governor Gover said sd affeTthe affeTthebearing aft after the tbehring
bearing hring h earing that t t be will wU confer CC r with wih the thetorDY At Attorney ¬
torney torDY to rney Geceral Geeral at Oyster Bay 1ay on o Saturday Saturdayafter Satury Saturyaler
after aler a fter which be will wB announce alupce his decision decisionLATTITJEB d8 d8LT
A Threatening Subterranean Snltcrrnlnn Fire at atllnrIetun ntlneton
llnrIetun lneton Ia IaHAZLETON IaHAZLEO
HAZLETON HAZLEO Pa P May AY 34 24The The Lattimer LattimerNo Lttmer Lttmero
No N o 2 Mine Uoe here is OB fire fre and a immense immensedamage Imme Immedmage
damage dmage d amage is I threatened thrtelle During Dtrfn the sight sightthe DlgBttbe nighthe
the t he interior workings were ablaze abla and a the tbelarge t
large l arge fan ta which lcb was kept keJt In operation operationdrew oprUon oprUondre
drew dre d rew the flames 4 S up throughthe throushte airsbaft airsbaftThe alrtt alrttThe
The fanhouee tahoul8 ignited Ignied and the flames flamescommunicated m mcommucate
communicated commucate c to t the boOecbouse bUerhou both bth be being b hieg ¬
ing l eg destroyed detroye Pumps Pmp are being beBg brought broughtfrom brCgbt brCgbttrom
from f rom the other collieries colerie of o the company cmpny to tothro t
I thro th roa water wtr Into the burning brBID bursingmine mine mineTHE mineI
I Ilenuhllcnii Action cton on the AntlCnn AntlCnnteen ntCan ntCanteen
teen Hill lUl Denounced DenouncedCOLUMBUS Denouncll DenouncllCOLt
COLUMBUS COLt 1US Ohio May 3ay 24 4The Tbe T Ohio OhioProhibitionists Obl
Prohibitionists PrblbUeDls P la convention conveDt9D here her today todayadopted ty tyapte todaydopted
adopted apte a reuUoDs resolutions denouncing denud8g the atti attitude aUII ¬
tude tue t ude of President Prdent McKlnteyand IcKIDJy and Republican Republicanleaders RepubUuDleoers
I leaders leoers l OB o the t AntiCanteen AntCnt Mil bl and a also alsodeclared al
declared declre d the action aUoZ of the tWUtar 1 ttneHttee s > atiUee oa oaMilitary
Military M iIitar Utar Affairs Ahlr ia favorably tavohtTeJlag favorabifreportiog reporting the tbebill thebi theill
bill bi b ill a piece pe of o political poUtl baacofeibe baacofeibeTbe bub bDaelIb bDaelIbThe
The platform platom G oppoare forflMe for o hie expansion expansionbut e pO
but b ut favors expansion expnt by peaceful peIID means It Itsays Its
s L says ays All nation ntl should 111 eoetpoce e a aaDe peace peaceable ¬
able aDe a ble family taUy and al the th battle 1 bullet b t and andboodler ad adbler andoodler
boodler b should id not be aced to torso
bler Jt b ue tw our ourGovernment or orGlVelDt ourovernment
GlVelDt G Government overnment upon up any al foreign fOeg people e The Theconvention Th Theonvention
e c convention vDtl is i well attended attzd and aa a fall fallState tanStt fulltate
State Stt S tate ticket det will wi be nominated nominatedACCTJSBD zoiDM zoiDMACCUSE
A London Solicitor SoJclor Placed IlaCcd lndcr Under Ar Arrcxt Arrct Arrest
rest nt Snu Frnncixco FrnncixcoSAN lrnn FrnntstSAN lcO lcOS
SAN S FRANCISCO FAXCISO May a tJo1i 14Jrila tt Jalaa Tra Tradena T Traens
dena den d ens Biddulph BluJpl Arnold AIIc eerier Hlr m < taber h ber of ofthe ofhe
the t t he rrm = Im rm of o KJtebler XJUy A A Cat C London LoirfoaHeltons L Londonleitots
Heltons llt I was w arrested arat jrettentay Jut u and will wi be beheld le lebd beheld
held bd pending pn extradition eUUD upftTa u uD a charge e1 of ofembezzling ofembeazitug
embezzling emba f5tCO itco bcc bc bclcgiam ina te t techionto veHeMis 6 at atthe ofhe
the t he firm frm Arnold Ar left le Bn n 4ad Uki HiMh t4tk 1k his biswife 1 hiswife
wife wie oa 9 March b 24 0 an a an4 cam e iroetly ir to this thiscountry tlsOtr thIscountry
country Otr Upon Upa informatior lafot informatAereesived eeehr elc d front fronttbe i ithe
the t British Brts Consul Col her bare ifcieettYe tnctivea W had hadbeen J ka4been
been oa the watch forlonMd f for 1 sild He was wasanally was1ulJ wasftsathy
1ulJ anally located Iocat ed through the vWoflco l eIIce where wherehe wltereIe t tbe
he applied for letters aMraaeed to Mrs MrsEdith IrsEdith MrsEdith
Edith Clark aa alias asUKo assasnei by his wife wifeArnold wifeAlDclcI witsArnold
Arnold admits that he U guilty of eabez eabezzlemeat enebezziemeat
zlemeat aad says he is wilting to erewnr erewnrto retsxra retsxrato 1 1to
to London LondonTBS LoRd LondonT D
KlnKlenderx Shut Ont Rat cntOUier cntOUierGhcn i i Others OUierxCAMBRIDGE OthersGiven I
Given EmXJ18nu Emloynernl EmloynernlCAMBRIDGE rrt rrtCUmRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Md d 3lay Sl rTte The strike stHkaiBong strike strikeamong i iamong
among the callers in tb the basket factory of ofthe ortile ol olthe
the Cambridge Camb i4se Manufacturing Coupaay is isabout hiab4Mlt Ii I Iabout
about to end after two wetlcs Ml g < ccntoHtion ccntoHtionfor nteBtioB nteBtioBtr I Ifoe
for higher wages Tbe J8Ilch l9Qd rk of tile strike strikewho strikew1ao strikewho
who boasted of his suceeae in hj it twelve foraer foraerstrikes foraerstrikes formetand
strikes and his determination deterll DatSon to win id idthis lathis Is I Ithis
this oe has left Cambridge and since bis bisdeparture htdeparture bit I Ideparture
departure many of the strijrers are are aaxiees aaxieeste anxl anxlto r
te togotowork togotoworkIn go to work workIB workI
IB I order to fill il orders the sorapaay agreed agreedto agreedto ngr ol I Ito
to raise wages and did so 80 ibttt refused to tohire toIIlre ti S Shire
hire any of the former fonner employes emp10 who bad badstruck kadatnlck ha i istruck
struck aDd laos from the other couaUec couaUecwere couatlecwere eaeMI I Iwere
were engaged eogagedat at the sew wages This mode modeof modeof I Iof
of proceeding angered the strikers and andthreats aDd1reats am I Ithreats
threats were made of preventing prev URs the new newworkmea Dewworkmen ne I Iworknnea
workmen from joining the companys force forceleaving foreeA forceA
A few days ago as t tbe new mea WEe WEe1eaVlng S Sleaving
leaving the yard a note was banded haDd to one oneof oneor oni 1 1of
of them which told them if tby th Y refused refusedto I Ito
to join the he strikers they had belles leave leavetown leaetown I Itown
town This they did and aam nepu from other otherdepartments tMrdepartments r rdepartments
departments of the company were seat nt to towork towork ii iiwork
work In th the basket factory Recently R eoUy sew sewmen newn necmea
men n have arrived a alii asil hate continued COBtI at atwork atOMc al alwork
work OMc disregarding all antogaaiziug influ influences InllleDCe Inuenees ¬
ences ODe of the strikers applied for forof tocwnrk lot r rwork
wnrk work Which WM refuse This treatmeut treatmeutof treetmenof
of tbe leaders caused the strikers to t give giveup giftup giviup
up their purpose aDd some of them ap applied applied npplied ¬
plied for wor = These were men who fol followed 01 r
lowed tbe leaders l rs aDd thy were put to towork towork Ci Ciwork
work at the > raised wages In a few days daysall daysall day S Salt
all of the former workmen are expected to torsurn toreur ti tineura
rsurn reur iixeept the iastlgatowt > f the trouble troubleBTJiTAl troubleBillFAIP troubleBUIPAI4O
FIv FI Fivv Hundred lIunllr 1l Union UnionMou sJIou 3i > < Quit Weal XVorlcon VoJ VoJon 0 0on
on the Bulltliiisr BulltliiisrUUFFALO DuUdiiAI1UFFALO hluildhsurBUFFALO
BUFFALO May 24 24tbeui 4 h ut 500 men em employed employed m mplored ¬
ployed on the t e new Postofte Post Postodieq BuiWiag BuilihIsthi this thismorning thismorning a amorning
morning Augurated wbac whu premises remises to be bea hea S e ea
a big strike strikeTwo strIkeTwo strikeTWO
Two hundred of the strikers strll rs are classed classedas I IS
as S skilled laborers They include carpen carpenters carpenters carpeatens ¬
ters plumbers steamfitters plasterers plastererslathers plastererslathers plasteregslathers
lathers and bricklayers ironworkers ironworkerselectricians ironworkers ironworkerseJectriclans Ironworkertelectricians
electricians and engineer The strikcrs strikcrsdemand strm irs irsdemand < S Sdemand
demand that the Job be unionized through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out They say that at present there are ar a anumber anumber anumber
number of nonunion carpenters and la laborers laborers inboners ¬
borers at work on the building and that thatthe tbaLthe tha t tthe
the contractors have ignored ign red their request requestthat requ requt st stthat t tthat
that these men be either dismissed or com compelled com comJlened cornpefleil ¬
pelled to join the ranks of organized gmlzcd la labor Inbor Iaboa ¬
Tried to IC1II 10n1Ifr IChlhi IlerSjTvrlnn IlerSjTvrlnnYORK Ucrrwins UcrrwinsYORK hl hlYORI
YORK Pa May ay 24 24Mr4amucl Mnr tnramucl amuel Shaf Shaffer Shafter Shalfer ¬
fer of East York was committed com mea to Jail JailTuesdey jailTuesdey ja ii iiTuesday
Tuesdey charged with attempting to kill killher kUIher ki II IIher
her twin babies with a butcher but b r knife knifeTo knifeTo knifeTo
To Readjust Water ater Main Taxes TaxesThe TzucJTbe TaxesThe
The Senate Commute Committe on Uie lhe District of ofColumbia o oColumbia St StColumbia
Columbia today reported ftYffaWy the bills billsrealjustlng bill bl1lreaJusting I s sreaJusting
reaJusting water main taxes In the th Dis Dispathic DIstrict Dittrict
trict or Columbia and t te retulAte reuIate borneo homeopathic borneopathlc
pathic pharmacy pharmacy in the District of Colum Columbia Columbin i ibIn ¬
Antlctnm BattloilsiqiMny nnttJtn Battl0flelMay hIIny 3O 3OAccount toAccount 30Account
Account Maryland rrJJnd Monuaveat Manuassetdedicatioa on t dtilication th thB t a aII
B 4 0 U It K will sell exeuoion tickets tc tcKeedysville tcK i a aKeedysviile
Keedysville K sville and return ct r IIItei t 1i5 LT5 leaving leavingWashington leevingWa heatin heatinahagton
Washington Wa n 335 a 3 m reiununfr l no Jearc Seedy Keedrsville Ke Seedyvile ys ysrule
rule 033 p m In Also reduced ll taUt nt from Wash YaJhington t tington
ington and Metropolitan Branch BmncpiSnta points MinIs MinIsVlynna
flynna Business College cone < 8th mid K KenSBS K KSi I IgCerrnu c
Si Cellroi enSBS Office ptn Eani1natfon5 rtraHnn rtraHnnKilnDried tion S SKlInDrled
KilnDried Flooring FloorJnAa FIoorin all one one vrldtb utUbdms with Ii
drrssSl dressi two fidel toc tongued ued and andgtooved krooved grooved withri ECurJ 6Cund scun scunonly ri
I only 1155 LS5 mur 10O l00rt fct t rth l d 54 A X V of AJ1a a ar aI
Kentucky K entucky SenatorElect Wants tbe tbeElection tbeElection
Election Law Annulled Annulledlie
lie lI e Send SendH Out n Signed SI ucd Statement StatementFront StntementFrom
Front AVusIi Wnshlugton allblniton Inert im Demanding D mnnlllng an anExtra anExtrn
Extra S Session Iau of C the Legislature Legislatureand LesIKlnture LesIKlnturenull
and a Comiilcttt ComlileteChanle Chance Iu the theRule tileRulea th
Rule of the D Democratic moeratlc Party InrtyLOUISVILLE art artLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE Ky May lay 24 21Senator Senator Scnatorelect Senatorelect
elect el ect Blackburn Blackburn today caused a panic In the theranks theronks
ranks r of the Goebelites by sending from fromWashington fromWashington
Washington W ashington a signed statement to Ken Kentucky Kentueky ¬
tucky t demanding an extra session sa eon of the theLegislature theLegislaturc
Legislature L the repeal of tbe Goebel Elec Election Ele Eletien < ¬
tion t hen law and a complete change in the tbeparty theparty
party p arty rules In part he said saidThe saidThe
The present election law was passed passedto pagedto
to t o prevent Republican frauds through the themediation themediation
mediation m edfat1o of the county ount judges and other otherelection otherejection otherlection
election e officers appointed by them not not as assome asHme
some s ome charge to enable the Democrats to tosteal tosteal
steal s teal the election td JOII It has failed of its pur purpose purpoe ¬
pose p ose as Is shown by the vote on final finalcount ftBalcOUDt
count c at the last election is anyone so sobigoted 80btsoted
bigoted b that he would ould oul refuse to amend a alaw aa
law I a an because the original framer ram r could not notfully nottully
fully f ully anticipate all the schemes and wiles wilesof wUesof
of o f tile everactive agencies of feree and andfraud andtraud andraud
fraud f 2 ElectIon laws are never perfect perfectand perfectaDd
and a nd must be constantly changed to meet meetemergencies meetemergcBeles
e emergencies as they arise ariseTbe arlaeThe
The convention e eonventt eDU n should s ould therefore de declare declare ¬
clare e late for aa amendment to the present presentelection prewtel
election el e tlOIl law so as to give to each of the thetwo thetwo
two t wo leading political parties majority sad aadminority sadmillority
minority representation upon both the theState tileState
State S tate and County Boards of Election Com Comtaissioaors Commlionors Cornmtseieaors
taissioaors and an equal eq al division of election electionofficers electionomeers
officers o at each voting precinct rocinct such pre precinct preduct ¬
eb duct e oJHeers to be chosen and appointed appointedby Spt OtBtedby
by b y the County Boards of Election Coamia Coamiastoaers Coaml8sloners
toners a from a list U t to be furnished by each eachrespective t3cl1respectte aeh
respective r party and the law should be so sosafeguarded 808I1feguarocd soafeguarded
safeguarded s with Sues penalties and andotherwise Dd Ddot
otherwise ot o enrlo as to protect both the election electionofficers electionomcen electiontflcetz
officers o and the voter oter fr frin > l1 a force iracd iracdcorruption acd acdtoornIptfon
corruption e and intimidation by corpora corporations oorporatlolUl coeparaios ¬
tions t ios and employers of labor as also the themilitia themilitia themilitia
militia of tile State the th e police force t e of ofcities ofclUes ofcities
cities aDd towns towns and all other public publicfunctionaries publkI publicunctionaries
functionaries f with 1th adequate peniltles to tocompel toeompel
compel c all persons upon whom any duties dutiesare dutiesre ties tiesare
I are a re enjoined relative to 4Ibe oe casting count counting couatJog countag ¬
Jog l lf ag and certifying of tbe vote to honestly Iwnestlyfaithfully Jl honestlyaithfuhiy ftMtlyalthfully
faithfully f fairly aDd promptly discharge dischargethe tlclaargeOle fisehargethe
the same sameAa 811 sameAs e eAa
Aa auxiliary xfltary to this and la order that thattbe Utatthe thathe
the t he members JDeIDbt > rs of the party who are the thepeople Utepeople
people i may be satisfied fted with the aeUoa aeUoataken aeUeat
taken t t kea by its representatives for the MIr purposes MIrpoIea putpo ¬
poses po of local selfgovernment of the party partyorganisation partyorranJUUOD partyorganization
organization ia 1 th t various voting pre precincts prectnets peecinets ¬
cincts the convention should Id provide that thatparty tllatputT thatparty
party laws be adopted authorizing aathori Gg and em empowering emPOWe empowering ¬
powering POWe the members of the party organ organization orpuhatloR ¬
ization I in each product to select and elect electtbeir ejecttIMlr
their own connoKteawen eomll tte chairman clIaIr and andother andot andother
other ot ft officers ocers and change and remove the thegame theume thesa
game sa at pleasure This brines the party parlyorganisation partyoPolaatloa
organisation as near r Ute people as It is ispossible isble isponetbie
possible ble to get pt it It It puts them ia control controlaad eootrolmaMa
aad makes the people responsible for the theeoedoft thed
eoedoft d t of these oncers atleeni who are likewise likewiseresponsible lJkiiaeresponsible
responsible back t to the people pco e It pre prevents pceents ¬
vents ents all centralisatioa of power ia a gcv gcve gcerntac gewerniag
e erntac tg ewauBlUoe and applies to our party partyorganization panyorpabatloD partyorganisation
organization the fundamental principles of ofour ot4Nr ofour
our Govamasant GonlO a sove BOM gosernassot aMBt t of the pee peop eOtbe peep
p > the power cf the tit people to govern aad aadcontrol aadcontroL andcontest
control We W vast build firom be zem the tJIeleOple tJIeleOpleu peopleup people peopleup
up u If we would succeed succeedTEB ReMedTHE sneesedTHR
Governor neakham Decides Sot to toejid totD4 toend
end Militia After fter Them ThemLOCSVILLE Th m mLotVILLE
LOCSVILLE May Ito 4Caversr Gcverncr Beck Beckto DeckOIIQ Beckham
ham OIIQ decIded d n to send eDd the mIH1a mIH1ate neittiato
to the aba mom to capture Powers and ardHoward udH andHouwrd
Howard H msettd u d for alleged all ed eoa eomP eompiOty plety Itt7 ia iathe 1 Inthe 1 1Ute
the Gcciel Cc Ccc < te 1 sijrder It WItS represertel to tohim to1r1ll1 tohint
him that the appearance of miilUa ia east eastern eastelD eastera ¬
era K Kentucky would cae ca cause a a tlocdy tJo d bat battle battle battie ¬
tie tle as feeling is bleb sp ia the mountains mountainsThe moanaillLT1te mountainsThe
The action of olOevttty County Judge Vya ya t of ofKnox ofKDOiX ohKnox
Knox Cwiiaty GlIBt ia releasing Powers may mayhave tInyltave mayhave
have another chapter later oa Gotel Gotellawyers GOOellawyers GsoLeilawyers
lawyers say that Ute conduct eotlet ef Q Judge JudgaVyatt J JudgeWyatt ge geWyatt
Wyatt makes MID liable to lwp 1atpea lnepeabneeaxt lnepeabneeaxtand ab hteut hteutaD4I eot eotand
and there is strong talk that this may be belone beIbe bsdone
lone IbeI
While the rspreeeatatiwes tathles ef 0 tile press prcsscnUoa presCUU01l pressCutloil
I j cnUoa will 111 act discuss their plans in ai aivaoce nII alvance
vance of o action on their the r part it is evident evidentthey evidenttlley evidentthey
they xpect to have Powers aDd othar sue suspects 8ua 8uapeets suepoets ¬
I poets ia custody sooner or later It is un understood 1nderatood nndatsteed ¬
derstood that there is a reward of 5C EO for forPowers fdrPowers fdxPowers
Powers Berry Howard and others othersV otJlersYo othersW
W Yo V S S Taylor has arranged to accompany accompaaythe accompanythe aecoenpaathe
the ladiaca delegation to the Rcpubican RcpubicanNational R pu > lcan lcanXatkMutl I INational
National CoKveatioa next month He will willhave wfllJeaVt I Ihave
have to eater r two other States to do this thisaad thisaad thisnail
aad the question that has arisea arises here ker re regarding resardiD regardhi ¬
garding gardhi < a requisition may come up ia i thsee thseeStates th thStates I IStates
States if he does but thee are Republi Republican RepuJUC31t ReptthlIcats ¬
can Governors in these th States and Taylor Taylordoep TayJordoef TaylordOef
doef r rGt t fear for his own liberty while woileaway wl le leawa I Iaway
away awa from Indiana IndianaTHE IDd IDdT1B IndianaTH
Two Coinpnulos 00111 Iia 11 10 Held In Readiness Readinessfor n nlllneSl nlllneSlCor I Ifor
for Any An Call CallLKXK CallLRXI CallLRXINON
LKXK LRXINON 3TOX K7 May 24 4TJ Tb Stat StatGuard StatGuard StatGUSreI
Guard companies of Captain Leagmire and andCaptaia andCapta I ICalhoun
Captaia d Calhoun which wh clt arrived from fromFrankfort fromFraDkfort ftmrFrankfort
Frankfort yesterday ye are being held ready readyto rea reeilto y yto
to respond to any call 1J The Tb men are act aotbeing BOtbein1Il1 actbeing
being bein1Il1 kept t at the t e armory but are allowed allowedto I Ito
to go to their homes under instruction to tobold tohold ta I Ihold
hold themselves t ia readiness readinessTbe reftClI reedinessThe Ia6 Ia6The
The military oquJpineat U8Rt of the State is isstill isstill ii I IsUit
still in the hands of the Repubtieaas A Alarge Alar i L Llarge
large lar p portion porUon or of it Is at London while whileat whUe3t whiiiat
at Barboanvfiie md 4 Cochin there are arequantities arequantities art I Iquantities
quantities of ammunition amm1lll tJon guns and ui uifonns ul nedf0 l llorms
fonns f0 Several cannon are at London anI anIat aD aDat I Iat
at Corbin there are three 4pounders which whichwere whichwere 1 1were
were bought by the Republicans when they theyanticipated theyanUclpetoo the r ranticipated
anticipated making their headquarters in inthat Inthat Jr S Sthat
that section To secure this State Guard Guardmaterial Guardmaterial 1 1material
material without opposition GPPa tttOB from the pen people pepJe penpie ¬
pie In charge is one of the hard propo propositions propoeitiens propoeitieaz ¬
sitions which General Caatleman is now nowconsidering nowconideling r rconsidering
considering consideringShould conidelingShould consideringShould
Should John L Powers be recaptured recapturedand r recaptureand ptured pturedand
and the Lexington battalion battn on sent to return returnhim returnhim I Ihim
him to Frankfort it Is believed the maim mountaineers mlJuntalneers maimtaiaeers ¬
taineers would take charge of the State Stateproperty Stateproperty Stat I Iproperty
property at the armories at I Itnidon jndon < Car Carbin Drbin Carbin <
bin and Barbonrsvllle and prepare for re resistance resistance rnsistanco ¬
sistance to protect Powers Captain Long Longmire Lansmire Longmire
mire mire prior to going over to the Beckham Beckhamguards Beckhamguards a aguards
guards visited Barboursville and took the tbeplungers theplungers lb a aplungers
plungers from the rifles there so that they theyare the tbeare theare
are still useless Longmire did this one onenight onenight on e enight
night leaving the town about midnight midnightWhen midnightWhen midnightWhen
When the matter became known there was wasmuch wasmucb wa S Smuch
much Indignation and Longmire received receivedscores receivedscorcsof receivescores
scores scorcsof of letters telling him to rematu rematuaway remamaway ii iiaway
away from that place Inthe future or his bislife hi S Slife 1 1life
life would be in danger He says this thismorning thismorning thi a amorning
morning that If ordered to do so he will willtake willtake wil wiltake
take his company to Barboursville and as assist assi assist ¬
sist si In the recapture of Powers PowersCadets PowersCnlleUJ PowersCadets
Cadets Drill Po Postponed PostponedThe otron < panc < l lThe lThe
The High School Cadets competitive drill drillhas drillh35 dril 11 11has
has been postponed postp n until tomorrow on ac account account account ¬
count of the rain rainNorfolk rolnorfolk rainNorfolk
Norfolk orfolk Washington Steamboat Co CoDelightful CoDeli Ci CiDelightful
Delightful Deli htfu1 trips daily at 63 p m tn to Old Point Pointror1 ioic it
j Comfort ror1 ror1Clrtes Xewpert S ra Norfolk Clrtes t Virginia 1 Betcb Betcband Used Usedand c c3h6tic
and Ocean View Special rates to members at atMystic i iIlystic
Mystic Shrine snu soil nd their families 350 50 round roundtrip ttIWIdtl rou rout1i
trip tl t1i p Tfcr Tsreegh gh h eenncetiens at Norfolk oriolk Tift riCt sic sicI Ie1nt al algant
1nt Ocean rtomel for X New York 6rk and stOD stODnest Bosto a afleet
nest lien t Fluorine from Nor > or Car and andGeorgia nnt1GeoIg andGeorgia
Georgia 3 ready for us me in houses pnrchcf prcl store tor toraU t ttI
aU tI mol A A1 5 Uh UisIv k 5 Q i
A Delegation Dehf tlon Colin on the HouseCommittee HoulleCommltte House RouseCommittee
Committee on Labor LaborSeveral LaborSeveral LaborSeveral
Several women employes of the Bureau Bureauof Bureauot BureauEngraving
of Engraving and Printing and of the Gov Government Government ¬
ernment er ament Printing Office mce representing the theWomens theWomens theomens
Womens W Wixi omens Industrial League and the Wo Womens Wornens Woen ¬
mens ixi ixith en s Patriotic League appeared before beforethe beforethe beforee
the th e Committee on Labor of the House this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon af ternoon The bill pending before the thecommittee thecommittee themmittee
committee Co mmittee was that which was introduced introducedby
by Mr Ir Glynn on April A rI1 IS entitled a bill billto billto billtablish
to establish tabUsh a twodollar twodollar standard of wages wagesfor wagesfor wagesr
for fo fosk r labor JaborI
fom 1 I ic Glynn bill provides that the mini minimum minimum minium ¬
mum m um compensation for manual and un unskilled UBs1111OO usilled ¬
skilled sk illed labor of adults In the employ of eftbe ofthe ofe
the th e Government shall be at the rate of 12 12a 2 2a
a day of eight working klng hours And all allacts anacts
acts ac ts or parts of acts inconsistent with this thisprovision thisprod thiarovision
provision prod p rovision ion are hereby repealed repealedThe repealedThe
The women who appeared charged that thatthey thattbey
they th ey were underpaid underp id and overworked re receiving re receiving ¬
ceiving ce iving In the Treasury Department Jl25 Jl25a 1i 1ia 2 2day
a day in the Government Printing Office OfficeJ1J2 omc
J1J2 132 1 32 to SLSi 158 I5 a day d y and on piece work workoften workoften
ofth often of ten lees than 1 a day They charged chargedthat etugedthat
that th at If they made any complaint about their tbeircondition tlielrcondition
condition co ndition they would be dismissed diaml5liedIr dismissedsir i iMr
Mr Ir Gardner of New Jersey J y Chairman Chairmanof
of o f the committee aad Mr fr Riordaa agreed agreedthat agreedth1t
that th at their grievances should be corrected correctedbut eeneete4but
but b ut thought this could > nofbe done under undertbe underhe
the t he Glynn bill That Mil was drawn to toreach toreach toach I
reach re ach unskilled labor aDd would reach but buta buta
a few persons perso 8 la tbe executive depart departments ¬
ments m eats where the employee are classified eiaseiiedThe clueUiedThe
The T Th he applicants were advised U to > draft or to tohave tehave
have h ave drafted a bill which would cover er the tbeevils theevils thevils
evils e vils complained of ofPending of ofP6ndln ofPGnding
Pending P6ndln a motion to adjourn a a member memberof em Ozsbr r rof
of o f the delegation made a seoextioeal MtI ac accusation aetU1Oil00 ¬
cusation rt against farmer Repreceata RepNlleRlaive RepNlleRlaiveTimothy lye iveTimothy
Timothy T imothy Campbell of Xew York She read reada readcopy
a copy of a letter which she had sent e ta taSpeaker tAtSIl8aker
Speaker S peaker Henderson IIead oe May ay 22 urging Ig ucgIa Lint tutCampbell t18tCampMll
Campbell C be denied the privileges ef the thefloor t118Boor ekeoor
floor fl oor She charged that Campbell bad badrepresented badrepresenlM
represented r rG to the women etaplcys ef G the tbeGovernment theGoverument
Government G overnment Printing Office that far t6 69CO 69COhe O
i he h e would have passed 2 bill increasing tnerefttlagtheir
i their t heir wages The women bad been as asseseed
seseed s and had actually paid to Mr Camp Campbell ¬
b bell ell UN 496 4 as the am payment or hits fee feeTbe feeThe
The allegation caused somewhat t ef a asensation a5enaatlon aensation
sensation s IB the committee c roam and it itwas ItWlS
was said by several sever1 Representatives that thatif tJaatI thatSpeaker
if I Speaker Henderson n were sot already alreadyconducting alreadyccad alreadyonducting
ccad c conducting etla an investigation one should be bedemanded Bedemanded beemanded
demanded d from the fioor floorTba fioorT1Ht fioorTb
Tba Tb suggestion a was also made by one of oftbe oftile ofthe
tile women that the Secretary of the theTreasury tMI theTreasury
I Treasury should be Indicted bt for violating violatingthe vIoIatla vIoIatlaI
I the t he eighthour law JawQ lawQ
AxsenKcd seulcll Value nlne of Land in the Ham Hamford Damforll Bumford
ford Vault Tract TractThe TractTbe
The CommissIoners a few days age a In Instructed hIstMICted IntrOeteet ¬
structed I tile Board of Assistant AU A Ata Ata Assessors Assessorso
ta t o appraise certain property within the thelines tJteIlBes theIaes
lines of Q Street northwest between betweenTwentysecond betweeIITweatyseeo betweenTwentysecond
Twentysecond d aid a Twenty Tw Twentythird tJtldrd third streets stftetswbich streetsThe
which 15 thought to be pria private property InIIMrt7TJie
The motive of the action by the Commis Commissioners caisIIioDers ¬
toners a was to obtain information illfma Oli Olitag concern concernlag concernag
lag l ag this tit tract tra t with reference to a suit suitpending nitpeacllOC
pending fro ft trespass on said land by the tbeDistrict UaeDl8trkt theDistrict
District Dl8trkt in which the sum of 34 34claimed 34MS S4 M te teTbe Islaimed
claimed c for IIIaftI IIIaftIThe damagesThe
The Board of Assistant A Aporting Assessnew re rethroap
porting through their chairman J JI James A ABates A ABates
I Bates inform the Commissioner that thattheir tbttheir
their t appraisement for the triennial trteIudalae81UDeBt aa aaaeesmeat asessneest
aeesmeat a of IS5 1SS9I was 30eents a square squarefoot squaretoot squareact
foot f act Ion the triennial assessment of 1S93 1S93M lmM
M M cents a square foot for Ute trien triennial trienDial trieinalal ¬
Dial assessment wt of 189697 196 40 cents centssquare a are aneonre
square foot tC Ot and for Ute triejwfctl assess assesst aIHDt a ameat
meat t of ollMBli U9919M to cents a sonar sqe ftwC ftwCjcomaeaying fDatA Snot SnotAemmpaay
A Aemmpaay jcomaeaying it I IQtIIg the report of the Assist Assistant Aulataut 4nsistant ¬
ant Assessors Is another from H H H Dar Darof DIIrae Dannellie
ae nellie Je the Assessor sbowta nhouIsg that the 1 pint pintof 1at 1ator
of land in Question containing eoatalD 1711 1711quare 1771 1771square 1iIsquare
square feet and designated as Bnmford Bnmfordvault BamfOIllfMdt BemIOedavk
vault avk or burying u ground has been listed listedOB listedon
OB Ia the assessment rolls for the years 18SS 18UJ 139
1 t 39 S and l3 1 and be informs the Ceaante Ceaantesloners CeiDuiI6sIoDers Cei Is Islioneiw
sloners that the sum of 3i1S 37209 represents representsThe repreeeotatile represeatathe
tile taxES for the years named umedTIte namedThe
The owners o rs of the t e property having havingproposition havIn ma maa
a proposition to the Commissioners Commissionerstbe to tooomprlNBi tocompromise
compromise e the damage suit it oa payment paFaNate
e a Sge speOnd slim regarded b1 them 3 3Ute asthe
Ute value vatu of the tend it Is understood understoodthat UDdertoMthat understoodthat
that thIn proposition will now w be consider coaeiaere
e eo with a view to a proper settlement of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the coateaUoB coateaUoBNAVAI co contentioeNAVAIJ tcBtJoB tcBtJoBNAVAL
A Dill to Appoint Them an Addi Additional Additionrel dl dltlonn ¬
tional Officers OfficersRepresentative omcentRejKentthc OfflcernReprecentattvei
Representative Livingston has ha totri totridueed ta istr istrduced n nduced
duced a bill for the appointment of certain certaingraduates certa1Dgrsclutes I IT3dfttoS
graduates T3dfttoS 9f the Naval Academy to t be ad additioaal additional
ditioaal officers ocers oa the Navy Met act above abovethe Metbe l lthe
the rank of Junior lieutenant lieutenantTbe lIettteaaatThe lieutenantThe
The bill provides that the President be beauthorised heau be I Iautborised
authorised au by and wIth the advice Mvi aad aadconsent am C Cconsent
I consent of the Senate te appoint as him Haeofficers HDeI C Cot3cers
I officers o in tbe Navy not above tbe grade gradeof C Cof
of junior lieutenant lieutellaBt subject su1 jeet to physical physicalmoral p j yslcsl yslcslmoral skaI skaImoral
moral and professional ezanlaatkm to totake totake t ttake
take the rank and positions oa the list listwhich listwhlek list listwhich
which each h would have bad if be had re remained remained remalne51 ¬
mained te the < service graduates of the tbeNaval theNaval the theNaval
Naval Academy who may have lIa resigned resignedor res1p res1pr resigneeor
or have teen honorably discharged aad aadeach aadeack am ameach
each such appointee shall be ewtlOrea ewtlOreaaa I Ias
aa additional ad ti Dal member of Ms grade at an anUwes anttMes nI I Itames
tames vftfKr Ti he is OB the active Hat let hut be beshall HalaaJJ hi C Cshall
shall not ocelve pay for the time t he e has hasbees ha C
1 bees out if the naval service serviceOFOCU senIceINOCUTATING soreiceINOCULTING
A HousctoHouse UOUi toI10Uc Inspection 3Is had Iee Iee1n e ein CIn
in San Francisco FranciscoAssistant FrnncbeoAsslstat
Assistant Secretary SpauMiag of 1 the theTreasury thaTreasury Us UsTreasury S
Treasury De Department JDeDt referring to the re reperted reJtetl reported
ported displeasure of taeChiaeae t eCllbs Minister Ministerwith MInIM er erwitJr r rwith
with regard to totlte the measures adopted to toward b bward toward ¬
ward the Chinese at Salt Franeiseo for the thesuppressioB theuppreuloB th e euppresa4oa
suppressioB of the bubonic plague said to tooar 10a 10A S Sens
oar a
A A bouaotobottse exassiaattoa of the theChinese tileChiuese Us e eChlnote
Chinese quarter q arter at San Francisco is betas betasconducted heIaseondude4 beta betaconducted
conducted This measure is absolutely absolutelynecessary aMoIatelyDecessary abiobstel e enecessary
necessary Of course we would like to C 0
have th thp the hiaese I lee voluntarily volunt3rR submit to in inoculation 111ooulation isocolation ¬
oculation We e have not made iaoculauoa iaoculauoamandatory iliOCUltIoamandatory isocuiau S Smandatory
mandatory as yet but will do so if cit eircumstancis elrcumstanC citand
cumstancis and conditions make this course coursenecessary COUllenfCCS63ry nouns C Cnecessary
necessary I do not believe that there is isany Isany I C Cany
any truth in the report that those China Cbiuamer Chluamer Chinamen
mer who submitted to the inocukHory lOCHU tery op operation 01eratlen operation
eration are In a dying condition conditionVu condIUunI conditionWa
I Wu Vu TingFang TIn Fang the Chinese Minister I1Bl ter is issomewhat Issomewhat I le lesomewhat
somewhat more optimistic today concern concerning ceueelDIng concernlag ¬
ing the t e plague outlook at San Francisco FranciscoI Franc1 Franc1I
I 601 I have bad ad a talk with Surgeon Geaeral GeaeralWyraan GeaenlI GenersWyman
I Wyraan of the Marine Hospital Service and andhe aDdhe an anhe
he says that the inoculation of tile Ones Orientals I Ithis ¬
i tals In the th Chinese quarter will be enforced enforcedwith enforcedwith d dwith
with discretion said the theMIolater Minister this tbtemorning thismorning thi h hmorning
morning In view of the opposition whkk whkkthey whic it itthey
i they show to inoculation the Surgeon SurgeonGeneral a aGeneral
1 General says that only those who mean mea to toleave toleave I a aleave
leave the Chinese quarter will need to be betreated lietreatoo b C Ctreated
treated treatedWhat treatoo treatooWbat treatedWhat
What about the Chinese cooks and wait waiters waiters unilera ¬
ers who sleep in Chinatown but are em employed eatployed ¬
I ployed by white residents throughout the thecity theI Ut a acity
city Mr Wu was asked askedI
611 I suppose that they will have te make awkesome makeromo mab
I some other irrangements or else be toots inoculated iBourlated tootslated 1e 1esome ¬
lated too he replied repliedAnother repliedAnfltber repliedAnother
Another Cane Charter CharterMr CharterMr CharterMr
Mr Morgn lor today presented pre ted to tile he Sea Seaate Seaate I Iate
ate the charter of the Nicaragua Canal CanalCompany CaaalCompany Cast ii iiCompany
Company the fourth of the corporations rpora ar arganizei egan12e r rganized
ganizei gan12e In Isew New ew Jersey te control strip sbi sbinals ca canals ean1ls ¬
nals in the Isthmus of Darien DarlenCIlESPEAh DarienCI5ESAIEt1E DarlonCHESAPEAKE
Alvrrj Aira cwJ ExcunMB C1IO totes lave HueR dcU dcUa 1O 1Oe
a m m n and S i > m m Ijit Lad train JJ leaves lea Beach 499 499p C 3s 3sp
p 1 TO Take T e Colombia C lumbia ear to dutch dcootLnrle dutchLarge < ici > oi oiI
I Large > arje xtcelCK ntcckeeready t krtatl ready for prompt de delivery clelinT 4 C ¬
livery of flocrirr fi > rJ of all thuds kin Lowest Lc wCt prutt pruttzradcs pri pricc priccgandea l lndcs i >
zradcs Some Scm SLS3 LS5 6th 5thud and N i X art
He li e Addresses the lie Senate on His HisCnban HisCuban IllsCuban
Cuban Resolution ResolutionDenies ResoIutionDenIes
5 5euSes
Denies R euSes the Assertion rtlon That the Is Island I IInud Tiland ¬
land Official Are Filled With Cor Corruption Cor CorruptlonThln CorrnptlonThine ¬
ruption ruptlonThln Tlilnicn Congressional In Inve 10TeUlnUon Inventlgation
ve TeUlnUon tlcntlon Sece Neeessa > ce nr rT > to Unearth UnenrtbAVhnt Unearthhnt UnearthWhat
What hnt He Call Mighty 3l1lht Tlilercnri TlilercnriMr ThlcTe ThlcTeMr ThlevcryMr
Mr Bacon today addressed the Senate oa oahis o obIs onis
his h is resolution providing that the th Oem Cemmittee Oemmlttee Cansittee
mittee m ittee on Relations with Cuba is hereby herebydirected herebydlrDCted herebyireeted
directed d te investigate aDd report te the theSenate theSeDate theenate
Senate S enate as early as practicable regarding regardtogthe regsrdhtgthe regardinge
the th e moneys received aDd expended is the theIsland theIelaacl theland
Island Is land of Cub c Cubu by through aw and under the theofficials tlteomctab thetflciaIz
officials o and representatives ef tbe United UnitedState UltedState Unitedtetas
State S State tetas beta civil aad military frees the thedate theate thete
date de te of the occupation of Cuba by the themilitary U1emJlitary theilitary
military m ilitary force forces of the United States until wUiland untilnd n naad
and a nd including tk tire Mth th day ef April 1 1as 1as 1I 1Is
as a s a method ef rf f probing tbe postal f tr3IIIIL tr3IIIILUP frauds fraudsHe ranisHe
He niad made aa argument in aaswer to o the theeecb thespeeeh thepeech
speeeh s eecb JUde by Mr Ptatt of Ceaaeetlcut Ceaaeetlcutyesterday CtIeIItyeatenlay Conseellentesterday
yesterday y and disproved ta the statements statemaatsmade OOitemeatsma4le statementsade
made m ade by the latter charging the officials in inCuba InCIIba inuba
Cuba C uba with corruption corruptionMr eorr eorraptienMr ptloR ptloRIr
Mr Ir Bacon referred te the statement t of ofMr efIr ofr
Mr M Ir r Piatt that a legietaUv iav htve investigation investigationas tfptrtDwas stfg Uea Ueawas
was w as not aeeeasry Bee Y as a deparCosatal ta1 ta tavastigattaa 18ve Ineetigatlon
vastigattaa ve v was Wag made He states statesthat s ateeOlat Matsethat
that be Juts sees nothing te faetwMeh faetwMehwould factwhiskould aetwJrlehId
would w ould Id make a Congressional 8lonal lavesttgatJea lavesttgatJeaaccessary isseedgadeneceseary gdcn gdcnBec
accessary a said be beK keNew heNow
K New w with Uk rofereace ta the pestal 1J 6t1l1tra pestulravds pestalfrauds
frauds tra f which zbo should ld be inveedsatwl by byCoBgresa byCo byongress
CoBgresa Co C ongress gr and sot let alone R1 uae as the Senator Senatorfrom Se Seueorrom or orIrOllt
from f rom CocaecUcat C Ucut would wo w have It It fa to tobands the 1bebands theands
b bands ands of aa expert accountant Aa ex expert expert cxart ¬
pert p art aeeeuataat might trap a tUlUpper tUlUpperb
b eet t set the great the mighty thieves who whohave WEbave whoave
have h ave beea ofetalalBg laJag railliocfi ia Cab c I Iwaat Iwaat iwest
waat to find oat whether wltet er or sot the f lJ lJM9M9 14Me
M9M9 I Me expended was mostly ly misappro misappropriated mleePllropriate4 miseppropetaled5 ¬
priated priatedHow priate4Ho petaled5SHow
How Ho far has the post poeteMe ogee iavcatfga iavcatfgatfoa mve8ti Jnvestigalion 3 3tloB
lion gone It is charged eM bat this men menNeely an anKeeif n nNeely <
Neely has gottea tea away with some os e 45 45tJris 4M 4Mthis IW IWthis
this year fc kt t there t are other things and andether aitdether andother
ether men to be looked alter att Hew about abevttbe alMMttthe abouthe
the t he dishonest d t sales of postal Oatal1 staaoB stamp I Iwant Iut Iwant
want ut a commission COIDB AioB provided with power to toaad towear toswear
swear wear and call witnesses wl aad search searcheverytaiag earehencytlrlg searcheverytbisg
everytaiag The report gives a general seaeralexpeadlture leaeraIexpe generalexpenditure
expenditure expe of over StQW t 555000 la the depart departaseat depatiH departent
aseat iH ent t of posts ia the thefirat Cast six tx months In iaISM InI
ISM I 359 Of this over M90M is ciasced as asssfscellaaeous a3laaeoU asmisceilaseous
ssfscellaaeous laaeoU The people of this country countryBrest CMBtryt cesatrymust
Brest t know kDo and will know ka what this money menoywent eywczat moneywent
went for Thea Th The under tli bond of la salaries salariesaa salariescees Ies IesCIeIRa
CIeIRa aa item af 5 UU 3fl3SS 50de Now te wham whamwas wIMMntItIa whamwas
was this paid Who got the tIIeey atsaey This Tbteis Thiss
is I s what I waat te know The report itself itselfstates tHIstates itselftates
states s that alt of the ctera postasaaters postasaatersrailway lG poetmastersailway HIIers HIIersrailway
railway r postal tai clerks and letter carriers carrierswere ealrlerswere eatriotswere
were only paid 34S 145IIt M Who got et the bal balance halma 1 1Dee ¬
Dee a ma
Ii marbe Them rbe there Is aa tea of 17 J7 17111 t marbed marbedper macbedpsr lied liedI
I per diem Who authorized per perI diem pay paymeats paymeats
I meats and who got them Than S Da Daare 19ISS 19ISSre Mf Mfare
are a re marked carriage and haraeas Who Whogot oIDt Whopat
got fteee I Itween alse And a ateal discrepancy be beweta
teal t weta the original report and the detailed 4Iet1dIIIIIODe detailedone s > tail art artone
one of ot over r 38 35005 and I want la know knowwhere Wwhere knowwhere
where this went wentAII wentAil eat eatAll
All of these things call for M Mfarreetlaxtlon dItlte dItlteinvestigation te tebrft
investigation brft by the Senate sOate I i iother He 1a aB aBather asether
other place wbc w wbesei tte a report eort rhatgn rhatgnfilg 1Ifta 1IftafiIt ap >
filg sum SM S6CM S to tonemaistratitne rural saar aad a amteistratioa 111I 111ImiaistratiJa
mteistratioa I see In this item l a adae uesd n sd far farthe feethe
the esamfDadea n mlnsrtoa of a peat gpeatThe wtteMs wtteMsDte wes wesThe
The salary Hat la the meat eflonsoas ever evercbewja e1raea eripow
cbewja ipow in prepsrtkw to I P public hMc q1 orpouditurs orpouditursOise i juMHius juMHiusOne m mODe
One of the thethe t re remarkable JII8 Ie Iethe bethe
the whole w thing is tae fact that when 1 1called whencalled w wcalled
called for reports the War Departmeatt nest sontop nestup t tthe
op the reoort for the last six months te teISM IagI iniges
ISM and a have UY failed to meted ead the reports reportsfor reperwfac neinfoe
for the nm six months in JS Jet Jetas beeaae beeaaeas becanea becaneaa
as a they state the accounts hare not yet yetbeen etbeea yetbeen
been retained retD Think of this thia and then thean tJMasa thenml
sa ml Ulat we shield DOt have ao n Investiga Investigation bneatlsattoa lavestigaHon ¬
Hon tionHere
Here is aa Item of fSSM fS 2N5 far prorla prorladl tr treIIIl prdadel
dl deputation tJltIoD What te tbsT t Then the theaext tJMMXt thenext
next item J210M fl for eventual eveutaJi ejcpeasat espesesWhat ejcpeasatWhat
i What are eventual CDtwII expenses ex es GIll vcbywas vcbywasHe why ass assIlN
1 IlN spot TIlls is not neW9pQper aewopaper3alk aewopaper3alkbut Jlllk Jlllkbat
bat ae report at tH War DeartJea DeartJeaHe Departmeaf7He
He then read from the New ew T Yerk rk Trib Tribaae Trlb11M Tnibuse
use and ether papers la ia the ortheilox ortheiloxciaas ttrtiIetIxeta setbedexclass
eta so that the Seaator fr frees B Ceaaeetl Ceaaeetlcaf CeaHctiewr Ceenacticateannot
caf cateannot cannot call them a ad d batteries U451es be besaid lieSl heaid
said Sl aid d
saidMr dMr
Mr Kairbanks FalrbaDu1UMI and Mr 1 Platt atteaiptkl atteaiptklCuba attempt attemptto attansptldefead
to Wea4 the action or l okitl < hi hiCuts n nCat
Cuba by referring to the report of General GeneralTbte Oet1emh1keoIte Qenerethishe
1keoIte isherue
1keoItenu rue te all the more resin reason for aa a ia iaTestiiaUion iay Invtioc
TestiiaUion y tiOR said Mr Bacon Iffikss wa a G QU QUant Gntli s scral
ant Brookes report s ass js one thing IDg and the thereports tJa tJareportS thereports
reports from the War ar I Department > eaartment eaeMra eaeMradict tltradiet csotradiet
diet it and tbemselves tbemselvesLieutenant tLeIdelYeSTHB tlesaeIveeTHB
LlcD Lieutenant nant Morrison of Baltimore BaltimoreDescribes DaltlmoreDes BaltImoreDescribes
Describes Des rillcs It la a Letter LetterBALTOfORK LetterBALTDIOItJl LetterBALIO34
BALTOfORK May X Llewt LieutMorrison XMajeiy XMajeiyIforrteon dY dYot
Iforrteon of the Ttafrtycraaad Uaaniil UaaniilStates ulState IlaidStates
States Infantry BOW IBt m thaPhlMaalam thaPhlMaalamwrites a P1I PMtass PMtasswrItes F1 F1rites
writes rites to JIll lather fat Eo E Nl Matrsun rIiM ot otthIs f fthis lw
this city an accovat of a a feht m Jawklch Jawklchbe In whish whtetiS whishbe
be took a pesoelnent t rt en siy A9lil A9lilat
S at Balangs Lmen He snje snjeThe yoS yoSTIIe oeyeTbe
The convent in which I and ay ayi DI3Jny eno enoare
Jny are quartered Is I In a very ezI ezIO expsiliciition
i iciition O iUon IB treat of the convent to a etc etcce ekle citedc
ce le sMrroGnded by a stone wall as asWgIa high as aaa asa asS
a mans Rs chest where c 11 r bars horses at are mmz mmzBeyond MIpt MIpt1ie7ontl buptBeyond
Beyond the circle are rice Sent SentOn IIdda 3ddaOs
On Smday night niPtc SM 9tocommenced or Sat latmtcaatn latmtcaatntied
c commenced ced Briaf Into our quarters At Atabout t tI
I about bo1lt 11 oclock a good oed strong valley rat ratdell rattied
tied up p against st the coarent aDd church dNrd dNrdI curckhad churchI
I had not gone to sleep 110 o It did net nettake Mttake nettake
take me long to put oa oapair a a pair fit ansa a apair apair
pair of trousers and my myJl ptetal I had the themea diemea themen
mea fall into to line oa the ground near seer and andtook audtook andtiole
took them ont in single file deployed them themas tIIeMas themas
as skirmishers made them He down told toMthem toldtlitem toldthem
them to keep their t nerve and not get ar arctted excited ordIed
cited The bullets were clipping around us usjwetty 1ISpretty uspretty
pretty thick just at that time timeThen tildeTDea timeThen
Then I gave the command Deubio Deubiotime Doubiotime Deublotime
time march They y all rose together ad adaway araway andaway
away we went across the eireie and took tookup teekp leekup
up p our position tIon looking Jookln toward the rico rteofields ricoIftds ricoholds
fields I gave the commands Company1 Company1lead CompeDYeAd Compaayoad
lead Aim Fire The earth fairly shook shooksd aboeks shootsad
s sad sd the sheet of flame that burst forth forthlooked tOCU1loeked fortheeked
looked like a volcano to eruption I gave gavothe gOtile gavethe
the same command and the fire was aae aaeI ae aeI deeheard
I heard my captains voice volC aDd I teW the themen tilemen taeto
men to take their commands from aim I Itook Itook Itoi
took my position po itlou on the right of the llao llaoand 111and hleeanti
and repeated the captains commands ae he bemade hemade heniade
made them No one ORPws WAS bart mrt bat there therewere tJtewlIe therewere
were some pretty close eloe sbavee Iies We will willprobably willprobably wIllproPbly
probably have another attack soon soonTHMANlf M OnE soonHANNAS
Second Report to COD Congress es bySec bySecretary by See Seeretary
retary Long LonprTbe LonAe LongSecretary
Tbe Secretary ef the Navy today foe foewarded terwanIed forwarded
warded to to the tb Senate tbe seeead report enf enfthe enithe Ii Iiae
the Gatbaaaa s Sin sad W shell MOil sbewteg wtc the therasvlta thoniIII1It8 theresults
results obtained obtai by tests Tbe Therep report rt again againcsadezaa agaJItmH agaictecdemai
csadezaa mH the weapon we PGn said th the proleetlia proleetliawhich projeetJleWttdt proJeetliewhIsk
which is being beamed by Mr Henna neB add aifdUse addt1 acidte
Use te tests show the rile to be beth dasgor dasgoraes tlaoes r ram rsad >
aes am and eaSt o8t at for general use uset2z
1 1to
t2z 3 to Baltimore and tndnetll Retprn Uetrn via viaC ltt lttu
C 1 A 5 0 Saturday and Snndkyv SnndkyvTMt SuutJary Sunday SundayY
y Y S MId C oW be a ui ssi siisedc siisedchiseday wil wilcB
hiseday TMt riePsis goad oed CB aH t tedi taxept exeept JUyal JUyallinvtitR n1LiEited ItipsiUitrL
LiEited LiEitedht UitrLlIken
lIken ht < n linvtitR MIIl Mihluork llIh > vorkr ork and I Lumlle Lumbeg Lumbegneli iiinl e enit
1 nit nl It f > t K tillry Lith i Co Some COOP ootg footag
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