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Anv iAtll1 ANGING Ol O ORoberts PRETORIA PRETORIARoberts
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Roberts Army Believed to Be at atJohannesburg atI
I 1 Johannesburg JohannesburgLondon JohannesburgLOJ JohannesburgLom1on
London LOJ on Avraltlnsr Tivrri T of the Da DnAb DnAbTonnrtl DniihTownrd h hToivard
Toivard the TraiiBvnal Capital Capitalimnnder CnlltnlIlae CapLtnl1Iie
Ilae Urltbh Commnueler imnnder Proel Proelthe lroclnlDUt lroclnlDUtthe ProcIa1ntile
the Annexation of the Orange OrnnJtIrce OrnnJtIrceStnte Kree Kreetntc Frtctnte
Stnte tntc by b Great Britain UrltnlnZeruNt ZeruMt Oc Occupied OeeUIleel Occupicit ¬
cupied by b English En UKb Troop Which WhichAre WIiLchti Vblehre
Are ti re e Mov1n Moving on LlchtcnherK LlchicnlergRe LlchicnlergReIot Uc UcportH ReIOrt
portH IOrt That the Boer Line at llel lleldclbcw Hclelclbcr lid lidaeiberi
elclbcr dclbcw linn Un Been Brolten BrokenflothaSaid roluullotba roluullotbaSnld Botha BothaSaid
Said to to Kavor arJnK iJ rJzs n for 1euce 1euceLONDON IenccLO lencdLONDON
LONDON LO mO May 29 9All All England Is await awaiting awaitIng wa1t wa1tlug ¬
ing news news from the front The excited ex expectation expectation oxpoctation ¬
pectation In London Is as intense as that thatpreceding tbatpreeeding thatpreceding
preceding the relief of Mafeking The gon general goneml gonoral ¬
oral belief here today todD Is that Roberts ad advance advance advance ¬
vance force has taken Johannesburg and andIs andIs andIs
Is within thirty miles of o Pretoria With Withtho Withtho Withtho
tho tidings of the occupation ceP tim of Johannes Johannesburg Johannesburg Johanneburg ¬
burg is expected to come news of the thefinal the11nal thefinal
final dash to the Transvaal capital capitalA
A despatch from rom Klip I Hp Rlvor dated May Iay
28 and sent at 910 p m rays raysFrom EaysFrom raysFrom
From the Klip Bridge we can hear hearGeneral hearGenoral
General Frenchs guns near Johannesburg JohannesburgThe JohannesburgThe
The Transvaal pepers are being b lng removed to toPretoria toFratorla
Pretoria r toria
General Roberts official despatch of o yes yesterday yestarooy ¬ I Itoriny
terday and the unofficial advices thus far farreceived Carreceived farL
received Indicate that Hamilton and andFrench andFr andFrench
L French Fr nch have had heavy fighting with the theBoers theBoers theDoers
Boers about ten miles to the left of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British line of tf f advance The engagement engagementlasted engagementlasted engagementlasted
lasted all of yesterday y ye ter terday ay afternoon buLk is isbelieved Isbelieved Isbollevod
believed that the burghers have been beat beaten beaten boaten ¬
en off and that the British troops have havecleared havecleared havecleared
I
cleared the way for another onward sweep sweepGeneral sweepGenoml sweepGeneral
General Roberts was only OI y eighteen miles milesfrom ruUesfrom milesfrom
from Johannesburg last evening and had hadmarched hadmarchod badmarchod
marchod twenty miles during the day da His Hisadvance Hisadvance 1lsadvanco
advance guard it Is Is believed was much muchnearer mucbnearor muchnearer
nearer tho Rand capital than the main mainarmy mainarmy mainarmy
army hence the opinion that the British Britishtroops Britlsbtroops Britishtroops
troops must have entered Johannesburg to today to today today ¬
day General Roberts reports that the theBoers theBoers theBeers
Boers continue to retreat before him In a apanic apanic apanIc
panic panicTwo panicTwo panIcTwo
Two despatches from Klip River an announce announce announce ¬
nounce that during a church service last lastSunday lastSumMY lastSunday
Sunday General Roberts Issued a procla proclamation proclamation proelainatiun ¬
mation declaring the annexation ot the theOrange theOrange theOrange
Orange Free State by Great Britain and andrenaming andrenaming andrenaming
renaming It the Orange River State StateAdvices StateAdvlces StateAdvicos
Advices from Pretoria state that the theBritish theBrltl theBrItth
British Brltl b occupied Zerust on Monday and andthat nodthat andthat
that a large force Is moving on Lichten Lichtenberg Lichtenber Lichtenberg
berg ber
President Kruger ordered that that Sunday SundayMonday SundayMonday SundayMonday
Monday and Tuesday Tues Iay < should be observed observedas ob ervedas
as special days of humiliation confession confessionof
of sin sIn nnd and prayers for the preservation n of oflife o othe oft
t
life countrys independence independenceKruger indopendenceKruger IndependenceKruger
Kruger It Is said has everything ready readyfor rOdyfor rosdyor
for or flight probably to Holland He has a aspecial aIqecial apecIai
special train all provisioned and standing standingwith standingIth standingwith
with Ith steam up near Pretoria ready for a arush arush arush
rush to Lourenco Marques Reports are arerenewed arercnewed arerenewed
renewed that the British save broken the theBoer theBoer theDoer
Boer line at Heidelberg thus cutting off offthe offthe Ifthe
the Transvaalers at Lalngs Nek and pre preTentlag proeating
eating them from going to the aid of ofPretoria ofPretoria ofPretoria
Pretoria It is said that General Botha Bothathe Bothabe Botbathe
the Boer commanderinchief has arrived arrivedat arrhedat arrivedat
at Pretoria His mission is to ask Kruger Krugerto
to arrange terms of peace without delay delayThe dela delae delayThe
The e viows of commandants It has been as ascertained asertalnoo ascertaindd ¬
certained are against continuing the strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle Last Tuesday was the day fixed for forreceiving forreceiving forreceiving
receiving the replies repliesTo repliesTo repliesTo
To increase the tense strain on Eng Englands Englands Englands ¬
lands nerves nerv the fear Is present that some somegreat somegreat omegreat
great disaster like the blowing up of Jo Johannesburg Johannesburg Jolianncsburg ¬
hannesburg or its mines may tread close closeupon closeupon closeupon
upon the heels of British occupation of the thetown thetown thetown
town It Is thought here that General GeneralRoberts Gene13lRoberts GexteralRoberts
Roberts will not risk any large part of his hisarmy hisarmy hisarmy
army In Johannesburg to become possible possiblevictims posslblvictims possiblevictims
victims of o Boer dynamite but will throw throwa thro throa
a sufficient force into the City of Gold Goldto Goldto Goldto
to hold it and rush on toward the Boer Boercapital Boerpltal Boorcapital
capital pltal with his main army armyTHE armyTHE armyTflE
THE AFBTJKANDEE BOND BONDDelccraten BONDDeleJnte BONDDelegates
Delegates Arriving at Cape Town Townfar Townfor Torufor
for a a Con ConNnltntion ConNnltntionCAPE ConanltationCAPE nltntlon nltntlonCAPE
CAPE TOWN TO May Iay 23 281110 1110 a a m mMany mMany mj mjMany
Many prominent members of the Afrikan Afrikander Afrlkander Afrikander ¬
der Bond from various parts of the Colony Colonyare Colonynre Colonyare
are hero They are holding consultations consultationswith consultationsWlth consultationswith
with Mr lr Hofmeyer the Bond leader in inregard Inregard Inregard
regard to matters which are to be dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed at the forthcoming Bond Congress Congressat
at PaarL PaarLThe PaartThe
The general opinion among the delegates delegatesappears dategatesappears delegatesappears
I
appears to be In favor of supporting Prime PrimeMinister PrimeMlnl PrimeMinister
Minister Mlnl ter Schrelner who Is determined on onthe onthe onthe
the Idea of Introducing a bill in the Capo CapoParliament Ca CaIJnr CapeParliament
Parliament IJnr iament for the appointment of a tribu tribunal tribunal tribunal ¬
nal for the trial of rebels The ministry ministryis
is safe from any attack from the opposition oppositionthe oppositionthe oppositionthe
the British riU8h members but there is dan danger dangcr denger ¬
ger of an internal split If a a split should shouldoccur shouldoccur shouldoccur
occur occur thereare three possibilities pos i > lUtles First FirstRight FIrstRight Firstflight
Right lIon Tohn Gordon Sprigg may form forma
a ministry but this is not likely likelyas
as the Afrikander Bond have a amajority amajority amajority I
majority of the members of Parlia Parliament ParI Parliamont 11 11mont ¬
mont and they are decidedly an antagonistic antagonistic antagonistic ¬
tagonistic to the former premier premiersecond premierlicconll premierecconl
second Hon J RoseInnes the for former formcr formor ¬
mer loader of the British In the House Housemay Housemay Housea
a may form a stopgap ministry to totide tide over overthe oerthe overthe
the crisis with Independent support of ofSchreiner otSchreiner ofSchreiner
Schreiner and thirdly Mr Schrelner may mayreconstruct mayreoonstruct mayreoenstruct
reconstruct the cabinet and this Is what whatmost whItmost whatmost
most of o the leading politicians wculd pre prefer prefer prefer ¬
fer for the reason that thallt It would throw the theresponsibility theresponsiblUty theresponibility
responsibility for all legislation on the theparly theparty theparty
party party holding holdh g TIi the majority majority of of seals sealsTRIALS i s aIs aIsTRIALS atsTRIALS
TRIALS OF THE ALBANY AU3ANYThe ALBANYI ALBANYThe ALBANYThe
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The American merlenn Cralner Crulll Crniiipr r Ready Rentl to Go GoInto GoInto GoInto
Into Commission CommissionLONDON CommlslonLO CommIssIonLONDON
LONDON LO DON May Iay 29 29The The United States Statescruiser Stalescruiser Statescruiser
cruiser Albany Alban a sister ship of the l Yv YvOrleans tv tvOrleans v vOrleu8
Orleans which was purchased from the theArmstrongs theArmstrongs theArmatrongs
Armstrongs Just before the breaking out ut of ofthe of ofth o otlie
the th tlie sPilnish SpanishAmerican Sp n4shAmcrlean mer1ean war has success successfully SUCCCSJfUlly successfully ¬
fully passed her gun trialsr trials and It Is ex expected expected cxpocted ¬
pected that she will be pace plae placed < J in commis commission C Jmmisslon commisslon ¬
slon today todayIt todayIl todayIt
It is reported that she will remain in inEuropean InEuropean inEuropean
European waters waterehesapeake wn watersCheenllenize eN eNChCMnllcuke
hesapeake Bench llenehDecorntiou Decoration Dnv DnvStack Dn Dnfkek flaswire
Stack fkek wire performance perfrma e at C p p m mDelightful In InX inXirfolk
X Xirfolk rfolk Vnblnlton Stenmb Stenmbon nt Co CoC Cot CoDeiightiul
Delightful t trips daily I at t C80 6 p m to Old Taint
Comfort C Newport ewport Newt Norfolk vi Virginia Yn Yndn dn dnand DwcJi DwcJiand Bse Bseand
and Ocean Vicv VIo iow For schedule 6Cb 1ule t see e page psg 7 7Call 76ul1 7eE111
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PROSPECTS OP OF PEACE PEACEPretoria PEACEPrctorla PEACEPretoria
Pretoria Adrleen dleell Say Boer Resist Rciilstniicc Re Resistnude > lIIt lIItnJ1ce
nude IB 11 Practically practlcnlI Ended EndedPRETTORIA Enc1edPRETORIA EndedPRETORIA
PRETORIA May 28 2 via Lourenco Mar Marques Marques Marques ¬
ques May 2 29NoonOwIng Noon N00nOwing Owing to the theevents theevents theevents
events of the past few days the officials officialsof
of the Transvaal have been making ma1dngenquI ma1dngenquIries enqui enquiries enqulrice ¬
ries as to the prospect of assistance from fromfriendly fromfriendly fromfriendly
friendly outside interests The Theagltatton Theagltattonof agitation agitationof
of the thepcace peace party Is having effect The Thepeople Thepeople ThepeOple
people survey events with Increasing pas passlveness passheness pILEaiveneas
slveness and there is practically no fur further turther furthor ¬
ther prospect of real resistance resistanceThe reslsulnceThe resistAnceThe
The correspondents correspondc > ts here believe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Government wjUjfloon I leoon sue for peace peaceLONDON peaceLOl penceLONDON
LONDON LOl N May IaY2 23 2PA A despatch from a acorrespondent acorrespondent acorrespondent
correspondent atiretorla at Pretoria etori3 via Laurence LourencoMarques LaurenceMarques urenco urencoMarques
Marques dated May 1tT 23 says saysThe 6nS 6nSThe saysThe
The Boers have ceased to offer further furtherresistance furtberresistance furtherresistance
resistance to the th1 advance of the British Britishtroops Britishtroops Britishtroops
troops I have good odreason reason to believe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Transvaal authorities will Immediately Immediatelyopen Immediatelyopen Immediatelyopen
open negotiations for peace If they have havenot bavonot havenot
not already taken the first stops in that thatdirection thatdirection thatdirection
direction directionYesterday directionYestoeday
Yesterday they tbe made final enquiries in invarious Invarious
various quarters by cable asking if any anyhope anyhope anyhope
hope might still stl 1be be entertained of ohelp ohelptrom help helpfrom helpfrom
from their friends abroad abroadEND abroadEND abroadND
END ND OF THE DEVOLUTION DEVOLUTIONGovernment REVOLUTIONGoernUlcnt BEVOLUTIONGocritznent
Government Force Capture Hernan Hernaniler Hernnni liernanties
i ties the Venezuelan Ileltel IleltelCARACAS Jteb IteblCARACAS l lI
I CARACAS Venezuela May Iay 29 9General 29GeneralHernandez 9GeneralI General GeneralHernandez
Hernandez the revolutionary leader baa baabeen haabeen hasbeen
I been captured by the Government forces forcesThis foICsThis foretsThis
This victory victor of the Government put an anend anend
end to the revolution
General Hernandez has had a rather re remarkable re re1Ilarkable yernarkabie ¬
I markable career In May Iny 1S99 Andrade Andradev
v 10 was Wa then President of Venezuela lib liberated lib libt libcrated ¬
crated t General Hernandez who Joined JoinedCrespo JoinedI joinedCrespo
I Crespo In a revolution against the Gov Government Govcrnment Coyorament ¬
ernment Crespo was killed killedIn killedIn killedIn
In September General CIpriano Castro Castrostarted Castrostarted Castrostarted
started a revolution and defeated the Gov Government GovI Goyernment ¬
ernment In the meantime Andrade susr susrpected SUS7peeted ens enspected
pected that Hernandez was connected rltb rltbthe riththe Ith Iththe
the new ne revolution and threw him inta Intjall IntjallAt intjaIIAt Jail JailAt
At the time tlm of his Incarceration Hernandez Hernandezordered Hernandexordered
ordered his men to join Castro Ca tro When AVhonCastro WhenCastro Yhen YhenCastro
Castro defeated the Andrade Government Governmenttroops Governmenttroops Governmenttroops I
troops he ordered the release of a Her Hernandez Hermmdez hernandez ¬
nandez nandezHernandez mmdezHernandez nandezhlernandcz
Hernandez without any apparent reason reasonthen reasonthen reasonthen
then began hostilities against Castro Be Before Before Before ¬
fore that Castro bad offered Hernandez a aplace aplace aplace
place in his Cabinet General Hernandez Hernandezfought Hernandezfought llernandezfought
fought Castros troops at San Casimiro on onNovember onovember onNovember
November 2 last and was defeated Ho Hehad Hohad Hohad
had about Soot men to oppose Castro and andwon andI andwee
won a victory vi tory at t Maracaibo but in other otherengagements othrengagements otherengagements
I engagements he was defeated Andrade Andradewho Anl1radeI Andradewho
I who had fled the country sent word to toHernandez toHernandez toHernandea
Hernandez from Porto Rico that he would wouldassist wouldassist I IaHist
assist him te the best of his ability abll1t In a afight alIght I Ifight
fight at Las Tejoras General Hernandezs Hernandezsmen HerBRndesmen Heraendezamen
men defeated the Government forces forcesGeneral rorcesGeneral Orc6S Orc6SGeDeral
General Castros forces fort s finally crushed crushedhim cruslied crusliedhim crushedhim
him himTHE
THE BOER ENVOYS
They The Leave VaMliInKton nhln ton for BoKtors BoKtorsT1U IJOlltOI1Thllll IlostoriThis
Thllll T1U Afternoon AfternoonThe AfternoonThe tfternoonThe
The Doer envoys left this afternoon for forBoston CorBoston forBoon
Boston The itinerary as noW arranged araag d in includes includes ineludes ¬
cludes a reception in Boston on Thursday ThursdayCleveland TBundaylevela ThursdayCievelasd
Cleveland levela d will be visited June 4 Chicago Chicagooa o
on the 5th and 6th St Paul on the 7th 7thOmaha ithOmaha th thOmaha I
Omaha on tile Sth Davenport Dneap t Iowa CB the the9th the9th
I
9th Springfield Ill on the ICth Batl Batlmorc Batlmore Itatimore
more on the 14th and Philadelphia on tio tio15th t to1th a
15th l th I
15thThe thThe
The itinerary as sow w planned plaDD does not notcarry notcarry
lcarry carry the eotnmSsk eouJ0IIi88luers er past st Philadelphia PhiladelphiaOB PtI acJIliJhi I
OB June 15 However In view lew of the thepressing thepressiug I
pressing Invitations with 1th are being re received recelved ¬
celved arrangements arrangeents will il doubtless double be bemade b bemade
made for visiting lto many mny other her towns Un Unless rBless Usless ¬
less European Euron developments dvelomets call cn for fo their theirdeparture Uter theirdeparture I
departure deprture for the Old Od World Worl in baste btc > tte tteenvoys be beenvoys
envoys will ill visit It cities cite throughout throlot Je Jeenvoys the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country They will wi travel trae trave unostentatiously unostentatiouslyYesterday uDtentatouy uDtentatouyYecrdy unetentatiouslyYesterday I
Yesterday Yecrdy they bad h a number numr of Con Congressional Co Congressional ¬ i
gressional geon callers ealers at their ther rooms rO at the theArlington therlngton theArlington
Arlington ArlingtonTHE ArlingtonTHE rlngton
rlngtonT
THE T BECEPTION RECPTON AT BOSTON BOSTONProgramme BOSTNlroJrnnnne BOSTONIroirramme
Programme Arranged Arr n ell for the AVel AVeleotiie VeI VeICOUld oel oeleOlne
COUld or if the Envo EnvoBOSTON E Eusoys EusoysBOSTON 10 10BOSTOX >
BOSTON May IIY 29 29The The Te Boer Bor envoys are areto areto re reto
to be received by both bth the State and city cityauthorities oltyauthorities cityauthorities
authorities In Boston An executive eecutve com committee commitee cammittee ¬
mittee mitee will wl leave here Wednesday Wednesdy fore forenoon forenOCI forenon ¬
noon nOCI for Providence The arrival nrrval of the theenvoys theenIOYS theenvoys
envoys here Is scheduled scbeuled for 3 p m At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the South station staton the party will be met metby metby metby
by a bani and by such societies or orders ordersas
socetes orers orersas
as may wish Ish to t be on hand A procession processionwill processionwi processionwill
will wi bfc b formed and will wi march to the theParker theParker theParker
Parker House HouseOn Houst HouseOn
On Thursday Thursay the envoys will w1 call cl upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the mayor and the Governor at their re respective respccUe respcctive ¬
spective offices ofces On Thursday evening a apublic apublc apublic
public publc reception will wi be held In Faneuil FaneuilHall Faneui FaneuilHall
Hall Hal The Te exercises will wI consist of ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses by Edwin D Mead Thomas J JGargan JGargn JCargan
Gargan Gargn P A Collins Co1ns and by the en envoys envoys enross ¬
voys and singing of o the Boer national nationalhymn natonal natonalhmn nationalhymn
hymn by a choral society of forty voices voicesThomas vol roicsThomas s sThomas
Thomas Wentworth Higginson will wi pre preside preside preside ¬
side side1TTT1
sideK
K 1TTT1 J AT A A SCHOOL PICNIC PICNICCollapse PICNICColnIMe PICNICCollapse
Collapse ColnIMe of Bridge Drll c Timbers Tlnlbcrl Can Cnncl Causes CausesTwo c cTwo
Two 0 Fatalities FatalitlexPEORIA FntnlteM FntnlteMPEORA FatalitiesPEORIA
PEORIA PEORA Ill 1 May MayA 29 29A A pile pie of bridge bridgetimbers bridgetmbers bridgetimbers
timbers tmbers on which Wesley Smith aged agedeighteen agedeghteen agedeighteen
eighteen eghteen Miss UE Jessie essIe Skaggs Skgs aged six sixteen flx flxteen tAxteen ¬
teen and Miss 15 Mabel Clauser aged agedeighteen asedeighteen agedeighteen
eighteen were standing Itandlng collapsed colapsed at atMackinaw atlackIna atMackinaw
Mackinaw lackIna Falls Fals eighteen miles mies below the thecity thect3 thecity
city ct3 yesterday afternoon afernoon instantly Instnty killing killingSmith king kingSmlb killingSmith
Smith Smlb whose back was broken and nd Miss MissSkaggs MissSkaggs 1ss 1ssI
Skaggs whose neck was wa broken brokenMiss broken1Is5 brokenMiss
Miss 1Is5 Clauser was ya severely erely Injured They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were attending atending li a picnic of the Pckin High HighSchool HighSchool 111gbSchool
School of o which they wore pupils pupilsDrew pupUsDrew pupilsBreve
Drew tbe Unlucky Xumbcr XumbcrMELROSB 1omber 1omberIELOSE unzlier unzlierMELROSE
MELROSE IELOSE Mass Ma May 23 29The The city cityboard ciy ciybad cityboard
board bad of aldermen aleren which last lat week num numbered nu nubered numbored ¬
bered Its It seats so s as a to leave out the thedreaded thedree thedreaded
dreaded dree 13 marking that seat 21 has hasrescinded hasrescinded
rescinded resded Its It action act I Alderman Robinson Robinsonmoved Robhisn Robhisnmoved Robinsonmoved
moved for an exact exct chronological number numberIng numbr numbrIng numbering
Ing from 1 to t lil 1 14 By chance chace he himself himselfdrew hImselfdrew
drew the newly nU numbered ered 13 seat seatThe scatTbe
sat satTc
The Tc Election E1edfio1n ie io In iJiuntBPUStIELS Belgium BelgiumBPUS3ELS glnm glnmBrUS3ELS
BPUS3ELS BrUS3ELS May 2fc 2In 21n In the elections eletons for forRepresentatives forRepresntatves forflpresentatives
Representatives Represntatves yes ye yerhay cr r ny y the Catholic Catholicsecured CatbolCl CatbolClacured Catholicssecured
secured acured S3 8 scats scat the Liberals Liberls and Radi Radicals Rdlcls Radicala ¬
cals cls 33 and the Socialists S o < lplists jUsts 33 One Chris Christian Christan Chrisilaa ¬
tian tan Democrat Democrt was wa elected electedStephen electe electeStelll1en electedStephen
Stephen Crmic CrlueCoeA Craiiethoes Coc to toInnrln toInnrlnL Bavaria BavariaLONDON hlnynrInLONDON
LONDON L DO May Ma 29 9Stephen Stephen Crane the thewriter thewriter thewriter
writer is still dangerously ill He has
gone to the pine woods wod of Bavaria BavariaA B vnrla vnrlaA
A Denial by b Bnlfonr Dnlour DnlourLONDON flnlfonrLONDON
1
LONDON Mar Ma 29 2 29In In the ib lone of ofCommons orComons ofCommons
Commons Comons this afternoon nher oon Rt Hon lon A J JBaTfour JBaiiour 1 113alfour
BaTfour 13alfour Government Goyerment leader said he he had hadno hadno hadno
no Information Inforaton as to the report rprt that the theBoers thEBor theDoors
Boers Bor had sued for peace peaceB
B O ii 1 to o Frederick liaerstown liaerstownnntl liareratoun liareratounanti lin erstovrn erstovrnnnil
anti AVirichcNter AVirichcNterBy VlnchcNterIcl VInc1esierBy
By special Icl tam leaving Jevlnl Washington 7 l a a m mJune m mJune
June Jue 3 ItelurninK Ueuinl leave IeTC Winchester Wtnter and nd Haperm Hapermtevm 1 Ilagntown
town tovn 7 and Frederick Fdeiek 7li ti p m I at tame le day
Tickets T tets alto sold sld from frm intemtdi2te intermediate points pointsChesapeake pnt pntChe pointsChesapeake c
Chesapeake Che pcnke Ileach DenchIecoruton IleacliDecoratlon Uccorutlon Day DayItSleys DnyIrJeys Dayli2icya
ItSleys IrJeys Concert Drt Band nnd alfday alfdayCurwiU ar ait day dayCluing y yolnJ
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THE BII REELLION IN GRI GRIBoxer IIIItA IIIItABoxer
Boxer Uprising Spreads Spread With WithAlarming Wii WiiAlarming WithAlarming
Alarming Rapidity RapidityBelgian Rapidiy RapidiyDeJJlnn RapidityBelgian
Belgian DeJJlnn Fnmlle Families Defending Them ThemNClvex ThemHchel Themselves
selves Hchel In 11 the fle llllli UIIlulorAent IlilleIninrgents IiifinrRenti Ap Apply Apph Apply ¬
ply the Ite Torch to KeiiKTal FengTalFOr FengTalFOrolga PellTJFor PellTJForel Kor KorelRU
elRU el 1 Guards Likely Jlkel to Be leScut Sent for fortlie fortle forCite
Cite Protection Irotccton of Pekin Pcldoapnuele PcldoapnuelenrMhll PekinJapaflese PekinJapafleseWarship Japauexe JapauexeAVarxhip
Warship nrMhll Commander Ctlnlnnder Lands Lnds Sol Spltiler SoldlerRula SoldiersRussia
tiler dlerRula Ru Ia Expected to Den Denpatch Deepatch
patch Troop Front Iort Arthnr ArthnrMInlKter Arthnrlnbter ArthurSilnieter
MInlKter lnbter Ie Cler Gler Telegraph le rallh Prom PromTuku Proll ProllTukn Prouttruleu
Tuku for All Al 111 Available nluJle Gunboat GunboatLONDON GuuboatLNDON GunhoitteLONDON
LONDON LNDON May Iay 29 29A A news n ws agency des despatch despatch despatch ¬
patch from trm Tientsin Tentln of yesterdays Y0terdys date datereports datereports datereports
reports that the cituatlon dt rl4iatian ton Is very ery serious seriouson srIou srIouI seriouson
I on account acount of the spread of the Boxer Boxeruprising Boxer BoseuprisIng
I uprising uprl ng The Te retreat rtreat of several vorl Belgians Belgianswith Belsianswih Belgianswith
with wih their families famles was cut oil oI at Chang ChansSinTien Chnn ChnnSinTien ChangSinThen
SinTien near ne FengTaL The Te Belgians Belgianswere Belgl Belglwere Beiglanawere
were defending themselves from the hills hillsat h1s h1sat hillsat
at last accounts but there are doubts as asto a asto i ito
to their safety safetyThe sey seyTe safetyThe
The Te Boxers are burning FengTai FengTaiThere FangTalI FengTaiThere
There Ther Is i a British Brlsh guard g arc of only twenty twentyfive twentyfie twentyfive
I five men In addition addion to volunteers voluntOs to pro proetct proI
I I etct Ticntsln Several Sveral missionaries misionies have havebeen haveI havebeen
been becn cut off o at PaotngFu PaotngFuA
A despatch from roan Pekln dated date Monday Mondaysays Mordaysays ordIY ordIYsays
says the FengTai Railway Raiwy shops shop have been beenburned ben benburned beenburned
burned and some lives lost The The diplomatic dlplom Uc
corps has ha held a meeting meetng to consider tec tecsituation tusiuation tL tLsituation
siuation situation and it is certain that fortgu fortguguards fOr1gx fOr1gxguards fortgaguards
guards will be sent ent to Pckin PckinA Pekln PokinA
A A despatch from Tlontsin Tentsln of Tuesdays Tuesdaysdate Tuesdaysdate Tuesdaysdate
date says YB Two hundred hundre Chinese Chl es soldiers soldierscleared sphleu sphleuceared soldierscleared
cleared ceared the railway raiwy to Fekln and nd service servicewas zeric servicewas
was resumed at t noon today todayThe toay toay1e todayThe
1e The commander cmmander of the Japanese gun gunboat gn gnboat gunboat ¬
boat Atagokan has sent thirty guards
here bereA hereA hereA I
A despatch to Dalziel Dlziel News Agency from fromShanghai tromShanghalo fromShanghai
Shanghai of todays date says saysIt saysI saysIt
It I is believed beleed that tat Russia RUSIn will wn land landtroops landtroops landtroops
troops at Taku from Port Port Arthur where
20000 200 men are kept kep In reserve r rv M 1 De DeGlers DeGers DCGiers
Glers Gers the Russian Minister 1Unlster to China CbIna has hastelegraphed ba hastelegraphed
telegraphed teleaphed for all available gunboats gunbotB to tocome tocome tocome
come to Taku TakuThe Tku TakuThe I IThe
The State Stte Department Deptent is I watching con conditions cn cndltos canditlons ¬
ditions dltos ia China with wih considerable cliderbe anxiety anxietyThe anxety anxetyThe anxietyThe
The warships wushl at Taku the port pt nearest nearestto neret neretto nearestto
to the Tlentsin Tentn Province where here the theBoxer tbeBxer theBoxer
Boxer Bxer outrages outrage are meet mt alarming alarmng rep represent repreent represent ¬
resent reent nearly Dely all al of the principal pinep commer commercial cmr cmrcil commercml
cial cil nations natons of o the world Russia Russia Ger Germny Germany j jmany
many mny England the United Unie States Sle Italy ItalyAustria Ialy IalyAuatrla ItalyAustria
Austria Denmark Dnmark and BA France Frane have hve ships shipsoa sip shipaem
oa that station saio and with ith a worldwide worMwideanxiety worldwideanxiety oJr1de oJr1deaniety
anxiety aniety for fo the safety sfety of foreign foeg mission rateslonarles mk missionaries
arIes and the preservation of commercial commercialinterests cmrrin commercialinterests
a penaUof o
interests Interet it I is natural that the tb protectors protectorsof proteor
of o commerce commere should shold stem steam toward towa the thepoint thepont thepoint
point pont where trouble troble threaten threteu the tIe State StateDeportment Stte StteDeprtmeBt StateDepartment
Deportment DeprtmeBt officials ocals say sayAt sy syAt sayAt
At present pent Ute protected potet cruiser crir Newark NewarkIs ewark ewarkIscrlo
Is Iscrlo caring for fo American Amerin interests intee at Taku TakuThe TkuTe TakuThe
The Te remainder remloer of tbe Sect Bt of o fiftyfive fiftyfiveships fryfve fryfvesI ftfyfiveships
sI in the Islands is isfive isfive
ships mostly m ty tle Philippine Ph1pD IlauM I
five days dys distant dnt but bt of o course en could couldbe cul couldbe
be I summoned 3 in an emergency emergencyRussia e emergeocyRussia rgeDcy rgeDcyRula I
Russia Rula has as at Port POt Arthur the th guard guardship guardsip guardship
sip ship Slatch and aD her torpedo toeo flotilla fla On Ontte Onthe j jtbe
the tte whole whoe Pacific Pack lael e Ocean Oil she s has ha eighteen eighteenships eght eigbtkenships en ensblp
sblp ships and five fve more m are ar to bead be a ad4ed ed this thisyear tblsyer thisyear
yer year It I ii not n known kDwn bow lo nna mr maaye ef Rue Rusgfai H Rueetas
gfai v vessels el i ithere ae are at Ta Take o or 8 ea t tterr r way waythre Waythere
there thereEngland thre thereEngland
England EnglI has ha thirtyeight thirtyeSht veeeefe e A n the tbeSouth t theSouth
South Soth Pacific Pdf most mt of vhish hfeb hk OR oe March ah ahwere 2 2were 2were
were in Chinese C inK ports ts Thirteen Thlr metntrs metntrsof Dtrs Dtrsof
of her squadron Guadro are ordered oe te t raoMifee raoMifeeat olUle olUlet
at t WeiHal WelUalWei Wei May ay 31 to t prepare pre for the thesummer theI thesummer
summer smmer cruise cruis which whih is to begin bgn early erly la laJune 1 1i InJune
June and which whih will w1 shape 5lapt its It coarse clne along alongthe alg algthe alongthe
the Chinese Chinee coast cst and is l likely lkel t tQ halt near nearTaku ner nerTaku acarTaku
Taku Austria ustrla and Denmark Denmrk each ech have haveone haveone haveone
one vessel essel on the station stUon France Frane has 12 12veseels 1 1vels 1vessels
vessels vels Germany Gern S Italy Ialy 3 and Portugal Pou
2 The total makes make a formidable foidbe chewing chewingaid 2ing 2ing3d showingaid
aid affords afords the means for an Impressive Impressivecaval Imprefv impressivenaval
naval demonstration demonsrton against China should shouldthat shouldthat shonkithat
that Government prove pve its iulge incapacity ct to tocontrol tocntrol tocontrol
control cntrol the Boxer rebels rebelsIt rebs rebsI rebelsIt
It I is 1 said Sld at the State Department Deent that thatwhile tat tatwhUe thatwhile
while the United Unied States Sttes will wi not nt actually actuallycooperate actualy actualycooperte actuallycooperat
cooperate cooperte with European Eurpean nation naton its Is con concurrent concurrent ¬ I Icurrent
current demonstration would amount amoDt to the thesame thesame thesame I
same thing thingTHE thingTH thingTBE
THE TH BONNER ON WILL W CONTEST CONTESTTestimony CONT CONTTeAtlmon CONTESTTestimony
Testimony TeAtlmon by b ha the Lavryer L er Who 110 Pre Prepared Prepnrcd Prepared
pared the Innt Testament TestamentNEW TestamentNEW eltuulelt eltuuleltXE
NEW XE YORK May Iay 29 29Frederick Frederick B Van VanVorst VanVorst an anVor
Vorst Vor an intimate Intmate friend of the the1ne theThe lale Robert RobertBonner Ror RobertBanner
Bonner and the lawyer who drew drw up tp Mr MrBonners MrBonners MrBonners
Bonners will m which is being bIng contested contestedby conteted contetedby contestedby
by the testators tetators grandsons grandsns Robert RGbr Allen AllenBonner Alen AlenBonner AllenBonner
Bonner and Lawrence Lrence Kip Bonner save saveadditional cve cveaddional gaveadditional
additional addional testimony teimony today toay before Surro Surrogate Surrogte Surrogtte ¬
gate Fitzgerald The Te contestants contesants who Wo are areminers areminors areminors
gte minors and the children of a dead son sonof sonof Sonof
of the to testator testor appear by their special specialguardian speel specialguardian
guardian gardian David McClure and allege aJoge that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when he executed exeuted the will wi in June 1899 1S99their 1899their 1899their
their grandfather gndther was of unsound uDSund mind and andwas andwas andwas
was unduly influenced influencedOnefoarth Infuenced InfluencedOnefourth
Onefoarth of the residuary reiduary estate este was wasleft waslef wasleft
left lef to the contestants contetants on the condition conditionthat conditon conditonthat condItIonthat
that in I the event of G a their death beta bfo e com coming coming corning ¬
ing of age their share was us to to go to t their theirtwo ther thertwo theirtwo
two uncles UDle and aunt The provision prvision cut cutoff cutof cutoff
off of their mother moter Mrs Irs Jeannetta eannett F Bonner Bonnerfrom Bonnerfrm Bannerfrom
from frm Inheriting Inhering their share of the tle estate esratein erate erateIn estateIn
in event of their death deathJohn deat deathJohn
John E Parsons Parsns counsel cunsl for the propo proponents prop propnents proponents ¬
nents of will wl recalled reUed Mr r Van Vorst this thismorning thlamorning thismornIng
morning morningWhat morningWhat mornIngWhat
What occurred cuncd on June 22 1S99 the day dayupon dayupon dayupon
upon which you went ent to see tee Mr Ir Boner Boznerabout Bonerabout Bonnerabout
about his bl will wl asked aked Mr 1 Parsons ParsonsMr Pnons ParsonsMr
Mr Van Vorst Vort said that Robert Robrt Edwin Edwinand Ewin Ewinand Edwinand
and Frederick Bonner sons of Robert RobertBonner RobertBonner RobertBanner
Bonner went to the house with wih him He Hesaid Heaid liesaid
said aid that he suggested suggesed to Mr r Bonner that thatit tt ttI thatit
it I might be well for his sons sns to withdraw withdrawwhile withdrawwhile Ithdrawwhle
while whle they tey were discussing dlusi the terms ter3 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the the will Wi He saldr al No o let thorn stay I Iwant Iwan iwant
want wan them to hear bea what wht I say sy and an I ma mawant ma mawant
want nt to consult conul them tbem Mr M Bonner Bonnr alsC alsCsaid aIs aIssa1t
said sale sa1t that t be h hp wanted mnt Fred Fed to have he the thehorses te teLoros theh
horses Loros h es and farm farmWhat fa farmWhat
What Wt did he say about abol division divsion of the theproperty thepropcty theproperty
property propcty enquired Mr Mi Parsons ParsonsHe Prons PronsHe ParsonsHe
He said sd that he was wa not at all al satisfied satisfiedwith sals satisfiedwith fed fedwih
with wih Mrs Jeannette Jeanet Bonner and did not notwish notwish notwIsh
wish to have her around fixing fing prices on onhis onhis onhis
his treasures PS PS she might want to set a aprice aprice
price on Maud S He also said sadthat that Mrs MrsJeannette MrsJcan MrsJcannntte
Jeannette Jcan tte Boner was well wel provided prvide for foras foras foras
as It was and he insisted his money moneyshould moneyshould moneyshould
should follow the blood blo He wanted his hismoney hismoney
money to go to his blood and as n naMts naMtsBanner Mrs MrsBonner ls lsBonner
Bonner was wa still yours your he did not care cre to tothink tothink tothink
think of the money he had earned eaned enijch enijchIng c onchlog ch chIng
Ing the children chldren of her possible possible second secondmarriage secondmarrage secondmarriage
marriage marrage
Goernlent Government Receipts Today TodayThe TodayThe I
The receipts of the Government Goverment today todayamounted toty totyamounted todayamounted
amounted to 107329C44 I0i29C4 composed cmpose of o cue customs cu cutom cuetoms ¬
toms tom 65290760 6290766 Internal Intenal revenue J359 J359177HO 139 139l 3S9 3S9179O
177HO l miscellaneous G1 210S5 The
miscelaneous 11 expen expenditures expo eXpcdlures expoditures ¬
dlures ditures reached the sum of 1630000 leav leaving leavIng ieavIng ¬
ing an cxccsr ecc of expenditures expendiures over re receipts recclpts recolpts ¬
ceipts today toay amounting aouning to 55670358 55670358PenMar 56703G 56703GPenInrGet 5G7OfijrenMnrBettysbitir
PenInrGet renMnrBettysbitir PenMar GettyftbiirR hlr 3Iay In so Via VInB YnD ViaH
B O OCombined OCmbird 0Combined
Combined Cmbird sxrursion ion under auspices auplO Wahnt WaahJntWi
Division Dvision Knghh Kn h of Pythias Pyhi Special Spal train trin Vwv VwvB laure laureB
B k O station tton 850 S a m I For further fur fu informs information infor informstion lf ¬
tion call cdl upn ihft he e Committee < mmittee and at D O Oticket Otcket oticket
ticket tcket offices officesCbcsapccUc ofc ofcChC5alecke officesChesalicILke
CbcsapccUc ChC5alecke Beach DenchDeorntol ilcachDecoratjon Decoration Dny DnyBalloon Dn DnB21on DnBalloon
B21on Balloon ascension sCnion at t 5 p P m mtDo mDo inDo
tDo Do yon > OU want at Mlllvrork l1JIuorkr l1JIuorkrWe MilIsvorkfWe
1 We tell sl window d trapes fres t 76C 7 7CL L r F Jibbc J Jbbc bC pb
THE T CABINET CAI MEETING MEETINGPorto MG MGPorto MEETllGPorto
Porto Rican Appointment Di Dlcolled DlcolledVltl Discussed Discussedvtti1 cn BCd BCdWith
With Vltl the thePrelldent thePrelldentTe President PresidentThe PresLdentThe
The Te Cabinet Cainet meeting mectg this morning mornIn was wasdevoted wasdevoted as asdevoe
devoted almost wholly to the Porto Rlcan Rlcanappointments Riconappointments
devoe nmot wholy t te lca lcaalpolntment
appointments alpolntment They Tey meet m be b made mae at n once oncefor onc onctor oncefor
for In view of ot the speedy speedrurment speedirdJournment Adjournment of ofCongress ofCngress ofCongress
Congress Cngress there Is little time tme for delay delayThe debyThe delayThe
The President PtIdent laid lad his blfnO final recommendu recommendulons rcmendl rcmendlons recommendatons
tons ons before the members mtmb memb iw of O his official officialfamily omalfaUy offilalfamily
family faUy and most mot of the th nominees o lnee were wereigreed weregeed weregreed
greed geed upon The T e nominations nomlotons may go to tothe totbe tothe
the Senate at any time tiu now nowGovernor nowGovernor o oGoernor
Governor Goernor Allen Allen has h forwarded fornded to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President a full ful list I t of cnates natives eligible eligibleto elgible elgibleto
to appointment appontment to the five lV flv places p CS on the theExecutive tbeExecutve theExecutive
Executive Executve Council Counci which must ms be b filled 11ed by byPorto byPorto byPorto
Porto Ricans RCns and has h also asp slap given to Mr MrMcKInley MrMcKinley Ir IrMcKInley
McKInley the names of irhite irhtte bie residents residentswho resident residentWLO resIdentswho
who are ar fitted fU d for various vrious Appointments lp 1tmnt in inthe I inth
the th Islands The Te Presllqent Preiie Preide t has ha been beenguided ben benguide beenguided
guided guide largely in his hi actlops act s by the sug suggestions eugg suggestlons ¬
<
gestions g sUons of Governor AllonJ AUn AUnA
A place plae for which whic Secretary Ser Root Rot is sup supposed supposed up upposd ¬
posed posd to have a candidate Is i i that tht of United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States Stnte Judge udge of the th Island bla His nominee nomineeIs nomln nomineeis e eI
Is I supposed supped to be b Judg Jud Jude Saxton axton of tbe tbeCourt tbeCourt theCourt
Court of Claims Claim Senator Setor Platt Flat is credited creditedwith ceited ceitedwih creditedwith
with wih being bing hostile hote at the temerity emety of Mr MrRoot MrRoot ir irRt
Root Rt In favoring anybody for that place placeagainst pi placeaga4nst ac acant
against ant the wishes of the te5enlor senior Senator Senatorfrom Senaor SenaorfIm Senatorfxm r
from fIm the Empire State StateSecretary Stte StteSretr StateSecretary
Secretary Sretr Root raid red n t cablegram cbleg from fromGeneral fromGenerl fromGeneral
General Generl Wfood bod In regard regrd to t the Investiga Investigation investlgation ¬
tion ton being made of the civil l U and ad military militarydepartments mU mililarydepartments
departments of o Cuba Cb General Geera Wood Wo was wasdirected wa wasdirected
directed direted several severl weeks weks ago to t have ba e a thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
examination made of ofthe ofthe
ough and searching serching examiaton mde o
the accounts acunt of all officers ofcen civil and millta milltary
ry No officials ofcials accounts Icunts were to be b ex exempt exempt cxempt ¬
empt and d General Gener Wood Wo was instructed Instructe to touse t touse
use every effort etort to t discover dlce any ay Irregulari Irregularities irreglarI irreglarItes irregularities ¬ I
ties tes in the work work Expert Exprt accountants ccuntts were wereient weremt weresent
sent mt from the United Unite States State They The exam examined examIntel ¬
Intel Inb the books b of the auditor 8uctor and treasur treasurers trear trearofce treasurers ¬
ers office ofce and the te accounts acounlof of the customs customsservice cuatomssertice s I Izervlce
service zervlce General Generl Wood Worepor reports that no noevidence noevidence noevidence
evidence of fraud could be found foud In any asyservice uyS anySrsiee
service S ice outside the po pltmce postofflee tofflce department departmentHe deprmenL deprmenLEe
He particularly ptculary commends the administra administration adminlstr administraZion ¬
Zion of Col Tasher Tuhe Bliss Blss In charge cae of o the thecustoms theustotns
customs ustos service 1ervlce and says that tht from the then te teVr tilerports
n rports ports Vr of the expert exper examiners nner it I is np npjaront np apyarent
jaront that the treasurers treur s vouchers oucer and andAccounts andiccounts
Accounts eC Junts < are in perfect prCet shape I pe
TH TEE PPESIDENTS RIES JU JUUr BETUBN BETUBNMr
Sir and Sirs lra Mcktlnlcy Icllnl Enjoyed the theEclfnnc theEclple theEclipse
Eclipse Eclple Ontlnp OntlnpThe Ontul Ontin OntinThe
The Te President and Mrs Irs McKInley cKnley with withthe wit withthe
the party of friends friend who accompanied accompaniedthem nmPle accompaniedthem
them on the eclipse eclpe expedition exptlln returned returnedthis rtured rturedtis returnedthis
this tis morning at 10 oclockion oclokon the te despatch despatchboat dospteh dosptehbt dospatchboat
boat bt Dolphin Dolphin The trip tip was wa a completely completelysuccessful cmpetely cmpetelyfucetul completelysuccessful
successful fucetul one In every evert way y The sight sightseers sightsers sightseers ¬
seers sers had ha a magnificent magtcat view of the theeclipse te teeclpe theeclipse
eclipse eclpe and nndl in addition ato tao 00 President Presidentand Preidet Preidetnd Presidentand
and nd his colleagues clege In the te Cabinet Qblneo labine were weremuch werexauch ee eeuch
much uch refreshed refreshe by the outing outiBcThe Otl outingThe
The Te Dolphin DphiD with Wih its Is pafteenger pnger list 15 of ofa ofa
a dozen people peple left let the Navy aT Yard a at 138 138oclock 13 139ociock
oclock Saturday Sturdy afternoon aferB That Tt night the thevessel te tevosel thevessel
vessel vosel anchored 3dlre off Cobbs Coa Bay B Point Pont On OnSunday OnSulay OnSunday
Sulay Sunday morning mring the little IUM ship sp salted t on ondowH ondowa
dowa to t Fart Monroe onr where whee the President Presidentreceived Pr9ent Pr9entreved Presidentreceived
received reved Captain CaptIn Folger Foger of o the Kearsarge Kearsargewho Kere Kerewh Kearsargewho
who wh called aIe to pay py his respects r Later LtEr in inthe Inthe inthe
the day Mr Ir McKinley oKnIey Secretary e Hay Sec Secretary Se Seeretar3 ¬
retary rer Root Rot and Private PrIvte eeretary eary Oortel Oortelyou Cel Cely Ooeteiyet
you y went aboard abrd the new ne manofwar mfw In Inaccordance Inao Inaccordance
ao accordance with Wt Mr r McKinleys Knea wishes wi as aswell aswell
well wel as a on o account aDt of o the l day c there thee theeD was wasno wasno
no D official demonstration deIraUO and al salutej slut saIute were weredisplaced qere qeredl weredises
displaced dl dises e ed with wih The Te visitors Ttr four ro to lie lieKearsarge beKearsarge e
Kearsarge In nee fine condition Her4 Her ere cow
numbers Dtb Me M out ot of a ownplemt c emt S50 S50men S0 5O 5Omen
men menSunday meLSunday menSunday
Sunday night the Dolphin p laya a e at atLamberts atunbes atiambrts
Lamberts unbes Point Pnt and a from fr were a yesterday yesterdaymorning yesery yeserymiDg yesterdaymorning
morning miDg the te eclipse eipe was WI viewed v1ewed The Te day daywas da daa daywas
was a magnificent mgDUlcet and there t re could cud not n have havebeea hve hveMn havebeen
been Mn better bter weather Yetr for or seeing I the te phe phenomenon pbe phenomenon ¬
JO nomenon All the members mCb of c the tie party partywere Iry Irywere partywere
were oa Q deck dek early erly with wit sacked oke glasses glassesblue Iasees Iaseesblue ae
blue glasses gla green gee glasses gll and all allOt L of o the tbeosher te teoher theother
other oher sortr sw of o glasses gILIC that th are a conceived conceivedfor ceie eaneelvedfor
for contemplating cntepUDg eclipses cl During Durng the thephenomenon theoen thephenomenon
phenomenon oen the te temperatare tempernire fell about abt 6 6degree 6egrc8 6degrees
degree egrc8 Immediately Immeiatey crier Arer the close clO of ofthe otte ofthe
the te spectacle spetzce the Dolphin Dphin sailed sie for home bosaeand Ie Iead homeand
ad and reached reache here this tis morning mrng at 19 19oclock 1 19oclok
oclock ocOk The President Peldent dM d1 not Ot go g ashore ashoreat aore aoreat ashoreat
at time while hUe
any tme away awayHe awayHe awayHe
He will w1 leave Ice tomorrow toorrowmrlng morning at t 920 920oclock 90ocok 920oclock
oclock ocok by special speia train tin over over the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltre Baltreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio Railway Raiway for Antletam Atl t to com commemorate cm cmmmorte corninernorate ¬
memorate mmorte Decoration DetO Day there ter A A num number numbr nunsbar ¬
bar br of Cabinet Cbie officers ofcer will wi accompany aopny sbcompany him himIt bimIt himIt
It is expected expete that the the trlpwill ti be b1rly b1rlyn largely largelya
a replica replca of the visit to Fredericksburg FredericksburgThe Helckurg HelckurgThe edericksburgThe
The return retur will wi be b made In In the evening eveningFrom evening eveningFrom
From that time tme until untl the close coe ot Con Congress Cn Cnge Congeese ¬
geese ge the President Preident will m ba b bIn > In Washington WashingtonHe WasDgon WasDgonHe
He will wi leave with Mrs McKInley McKnley for forCanton forCanton forCanton
Canton about abut the let 1t of July when 1 > en l the theMcKinley te teleKiDIEY theMcKinley
McKinley leKiDIEY residence resdce will wl be t refurnished refurnishedThe refurnibe refurnishedThe
The President has b arranged alan to be b present presentat reent reentat
at a big Fourth of July celebration ceebrato at his hishome hishome hishome
home town About Abut the middle of that thatmonth thatmonth thatmonth
month according accrig to present proet expectations expectationshe eecat ns nshe
he will wi leave leve for Poland Poa Springs prng Maine Mainewhere Mainewhere Iane Ianewhere
where he will wi remain man during dwilg the extreme extremehot extremebot extremehot
hot weather weatherA weatherA weatherA
A POLICY POUC OE SILENCE SILENCEOfOcInls s SILENCEOfficials C COmelal
Officials Omelal Itetlccnt Uetcent Concerning CCoerntn the thePobtolEcc theIobtoUce theIoutuiCce
PobtolEcc IobtoUce ScandalM ScandalMTbe ScnndnI cflndnisThe
The Te officials official at the FostoiBce Pestoce Department Departmentappear Deprtent Deprtentpper Departmentappear
appear pper to have adopted adopted a policy plcy of silence silenceregarding sUeIe sUeIeregrdin alieneeregarding
regarding regrdin the te alleged a1egel Irregularities lrre Irrenlaritics larlc in the theCity theCiy theCity
City Ciy Pcstomcc PCtofcc It J appears apptrs as If I orders oder hid hidbeen h hbn hidbeen
been bn Issued isue by headquarters beadquarter to treat tret all allenquiries al alenquiries allenquiries
enquiries and enquirers equirer regarding rsrdlng nrdIng the mat matter matter mattsr ¬
ter with indifference Indiference and ad 111ooncealed Incncealed dls disdain dlsdaIn dlsdam ¬
dain dam The Te Postmaster Posmster Gtneral Genel absolutely absolutelyrefuses abolu aheolutlyrefuses ly lyreue
refuses reue to permit the rport ot Chief In Inspector Inspector Incitector ¬
spector Cochran Cohran of his blsJtm iafepectian of the theCity theCity theCity
City Postoffice Posomre upon upn the exit from fro office of ofthe ofthe I
the last City Ciy Postmaster Postaser to t be b made pub public pl publie ¬ I
lie He says It is not compatible cmptble with withpublic withublie I
public publc ublie policy Chief Chie Itepector I p r Cochran re refuses refuses ¬ I Ifus
fuses to permit inspection inspeto of the te report reportunless reprt reprtunles reportunless
unless unles the Postmaster Postnater General Gtcr gives him himexplicit himexplcit himexplicit
explicit explcit orders orer to do d so soTHE soTE I
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
Mniilcy Jlnlle unit Payne Inspect In ect Quarter Quarterin QuarterIn Quarters1st
in In Phllatlelpiiln PhllatlelpiilnPHILADELPHIA Phladelp PhllndeiplilnPHILADELPHIA ln lnFHIDELHIA
PHILADELPHIA FHIDELHIA May 29 2Joseph 29Joseph Joseph H HManley I HManley
Manley Chairman Chrman of o the the Republican RepubUcn Na National Natonl National ¬
tional tonl Sub SubEecutve SubExecutive Executive T Committee G mmltee with withHenry wih wihHenry withHenry
Henry C Payne Paye of the same lao committee committeeinspected comitee comiteeInspcted committeeinspected
inspected Inspcted the quarters quarers of Sergeantat SergeantatArms Sereantat SereantatArm SergeantatArms
Arms Arm Wlswell Wiel at Sixth Sith and ad Chestnut ChestnutStreets Chetul ChetulStet ChesthutStreets
Streets Stet early el this ts morning and later In Inthe Inthe Inthe I
the day visited ited the Convention Coneton Hall Hal which whichthey whicht whichthey
t they pronounced pronounc d perfect pere la l all al Us is details detailsReturning detaUsReturning detailsReturning
Returning from the hall hallf they the conferred conferredfor C Jnferredfor conferredfor
for a long time tme over tr the te 11st lst of appoint appointments appoinlments appolatmeats ¬
ments for officials omcal to act In I conjunction conjunctionwith cnuncon cnunconwith conjunctionwith
with SergeantatArms SergeantatAr Wlswell WIswel In the te con conduct conduct cooduct ¬
duct of the Convention ConventoI Great Grt tare e has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been exercised eerlsed In the selection sele on of the staff staffofficials et staffofficials
officials ofcials Men Ien of experience expence experlsncelfrom Jf from rom all nl sec sections sectons seetions ¬
tions tons of the country cuntry have he been b en chosen choen to tonil tofU tofill
nil fU places place they have occupledjbefore ocuplcd oacupiedbefore bFn before at dif different dI d1fferent ¬
ferent conventions convctoL conventionsWilliam f fWilliam
William M Johnson Johnson Jojinsona of Baltimore who
Is 1 to be chlefofrtatnto cbleforttarto fQ ha Q sergeantal sergeantalarms sergeantatarias er1eatat ¬ i
arms rS will wi be In this city l thjfe t week to cs cssume cssume S I Isume
sume charge chre of his force which uhich will drill drillat dril drillat i iat
at the Convention ConEnton Hall Mnf Mr In Johnson Johnsn Is a afamiliar aC3mlar afamiliar
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SYMPATBTFOB1EBOEBS SYMPATBTFOB1EBOEBSMr SYMPATHY FOR THE BOERS BOERSro BOEIIr
Mr ro r Tellers Telers Resolution Resoluton Sent to the theForeign theForeign theForeign
Foreign Relations Relatons Committee CommitteeProbability Commitee CommiteePrObRbll CommitteeProbnbihIty
Probability PrObRbll That Tat It I Will VII Not Sot De Re Iletnrncd RetrD Returned
turned trD d toothe Senate S nate at at Thin Tl Se Senton SeIouIr Sea SeadonMe
nton IouIr Mr Bacon Speaks Spen at It Length LengthKuvorinjr LenJh LenJhFUTorlnJ LengthFaworing
Kuvorinjr FUTorlnJ It I Its Adoption Adopton and Cites CitesInntanccM CiteaInstances I
Instances In Kind KlndYenl KindYeas Yean and Xay XayMr XU nys nysMr > I I IMr
Mr Bacon Bcnt today addressed Qdree the Senate Senateon Senae Senaeon SenateOn
on the e Teller Teler resolution relutl n offering oerng sympathy sympathyto
to the Boers Bor and praying prying for a speedy spedy con conclusion ccnelusIo cnnelusion ¬
elusion elusIo of the war In South Africa Afrc When Whenlie Vhenhe Ten Tenhe
he had concluded Mr 1t Davis Dvis moved cove to refer referthe referthe referthe
the matter mte to the Committee Comittee on Foreign ForeignRelations ForeinRelatons ForeignRelatlens
Relations Relatons Mr Teller TeJe objected objeted as a he said saidhe zald zaldbe saIdhe
he did not n wish the resolutlonjmried rluton resolutlonburied burled until untilnext 4nmnext sntiInext
next session seeslcn On a vote vae the resolution rolutot was wassent ws wssent wassent
sent to t the committee cmiteye committeeyeas yeas 40 o nays nys 26 26as 26a 26as
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Mr r Baeon In I the course C of his speech speechfavoring speechfavoring
favoring favorng the resolution resluton said saidIt sd sdIt saidIt
It is i impossible for me to realize relie that thatany tl tlai thatany
any ai man m should wod fail i to t sympathize sYPithlze with withtne Wi WiUe withUse
Use Ue Bacrs D In 1 their struggle tgle It X is I a a case caseof cse csea caneof
of a two of the smallest smale most mot feeble f eble le repub republics republc republies ¬
lies lc in thevorld fighting fghtig with wit one of the thegreatest thegrotest thegreatest
greatest grotest and an most powerful pwerul nations ntlO8 on onearth onear onearth
earth ear It I Is i said zld to be a question queton of our ourviolating ourviolating
violating any ay international intertona relations rcatonsIould rcatonsIouldWe should shouldwe shouldwe
we adopt these thee resolution reutom therefore terrore I Iwant Int Iwant
want nt to read some me precedents preet in this thi line linewhich lne lnewhich linewhich
which are safe to follow and which show showconclusively showcncusivly showconclusively
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conclusively cncusivly that tt we should slld adopt these theseresolutions thee theerelutons theseresolutions
resolutions resolutionsThe relutons resolutionsThe
The Te Senator Senr then read red the resolutions resolutionsadopted resoluUonaadopted
adopted adoted by Congress Cn 75 offering oferng sympathy thT to tothe tothe
the people of Greece Gre in their struggle stggle with withTurkey withTurkey Ith IthTurkey
Turkey when Webster Webter Webste had addressed addrs the theHouse te teHo theHouse
House Ho on the matter Ho read this ti speech speechand seh sehaDd speechand
and Boers Dr stated stl today todayWhat toy toyWhat todayWhat that tt It was W applicable nppleble to t the theBoers te teDr theDoers
What action nctlo did the te House Io e taker uke asked askedMr Askedr askedMr
Mr r Lodge LodgeWhy Le Leby 1odgeVhy
Why by said saIl Mr lr Bacon Bon there were wereeven wereoven
even then in Congress CODSS such men as the theSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator from tom Massachusetts who feared to tosay tosay
say sy a single 51nlle kindly kinly word or even stretch stretchout stretchout
out ot a a hand hnd to save oe a dying dyig man manMr ms manMr
Mr I Bacon Bacn then read red Sumners Sumners speech speechon speeh speeho
on o the question queston of offering orercS sympathy sypty and andaid andaid
aid to Kossuth KOut and ad his h followers followersHe folower followersHe
He followed olowe this by b reading reing Websters Webstersspeech Weters Wetersapeech Webstersspeech
speech delivered leUere In I this city ciy at the tb ban banquet bn bnquet banquet ¬
quet given ivea ven to Kossuth KossuthWe Kst KoesuthWe
oWe We will w1 violate 01nte no D obligation oJoton if i we weadopt weadopt e eadop
adopt adop this 1ls resolution rBsoutfon Webster ebter was wa Sec Secretary S Seeretary ¬
retary reta of State Stte when be spoke ske and n he hehad beba hehad
had ba no fear te said si Mr Bacon Bon I will willinsert Wl willinSert
insert i r in 1 the Record Rerd the plank pk from the tbeRepublican theRwubIIcan
Republican R8oublcs platform plator of the last lat National NationalConvention Natl NatlCved NatlosaiCoaveattoot
Cved Convention which whi relates relte to the tie recog recognition rg rgntt recognttloaoLsuffeying ¬
nition ntt nttloaoLsuffeying ef of suffering feing and oppressed OJe peoples peoplesSCENE Pee peoplesThe
The e vote te was ten then take takeSC taken takenSCENE
SCENE SC IN A J2BGISLATirsa J2BGISLATirsaItokton LGISLTUE LEGIELATUBaBoston
Boston Press Denounced for Bxpc BXPOH
Ing an Alleged Aleged Scandal ScandalBOSTON ScnodalD I IBOSTON
BOSTON D May ar STwenty Twenty Twny members m of ofthe o ofthe
t the MuMBchnseUfl ett Legislature Lgl who wb wi for forthree f carthree
three days now DW have bees b smarting ar g under undertbe 1Ier 1Ierthe nuderthe
the newspaper Jwpr Insinuations iunuats that tht they theychanged twydlange theychanged
changed dlange their ther vot vof6 volta e over night ngt on e the theWesonlaster te teeIer theWeotmiuster
Wesonlaster eIer Chamber CIHr Mil bl arose a this thismorning t thismorning
morning mrDg In the t chamber chlbr and a denied denie alt the thestories tie tieseu thestories
stories seu in tote totoFurtherEore teo teoFteoe toteFurthermore
Furthermore Fteoe they tle asked ake for fo an a investi investigation invl invlatlo lavestlgaLlon ¬
gaLlon atlo of o the Ue whole matter mater and a ordered orderedthat or orderedthat
that tht their ther remarks remark be b printed prite in a speeal speealbook s specalbook al alhk
book hk While Wie clearing celng themsetves them ve they at attacked attacked t tcke ¬
tacked cke the newspapers newsprs one e and all 1 the theBoston te teoton theBoston
Boston oton Herald Held being bn mode mde the special specialtarget specialtarget pel peltaget
target taget Five out ot the te number who spoke spokeasked spokeMke spokeasked
asked Mke that steps be b taken tken looking loking to the tberepressing therepr therepressIng
repressing repr lng of the press pre gallery gale while hle one oaemember o onemember
member wanted Jated the newspapers newsppr called cUed be before b before ¬
fore the bar ba of the te Home Hoe to t prove the thebasis thebls thebasIs
basis bls of their teIr stories storiesNever storlfs storlfsXeVe storiesNever
Never XeVe before brore In the history hitory of the th State Statehas Stateb Statehas
has b such a scene taken place A number numberof numberof numberof
of the leaders l ders of the House decided decde last lastnight Instngbt lastnight
night ngbt at a conference that this was a the theb te tebst thebest
b bst best st course C e Members Membrs were clamoring crng for foran fora foran
an a Investigation Investgtio and Ind the te Idea was to let letthem letthem letthem
them have ave their say sy and ad then do as they theypleased theyplease theypleased
pleased please The decision deision as a to whether there therewill tee teewl therewill
will wl be b an a Investigation InsigUo of the Tote ote of the themembers themembers
day members membrs will w1 be reached nahed some 8me time te to today today ¬
dayThe da
The famous Westminster Westinster vote ote which whichhas whlchhas whIchhas
has brought broupht the State into such bad odor odorconcerns odorconcerns
suc oor oorconeer
concerns the Westminster Westml ter Chamber
coneer Chtb r a abuilding abuldlng abuildIng
building buldlng on Copeley Square Sque near ne Trinity Triy
Church When originally orignly planned pled it was wasto wasto
to t go g up over oter a hundred feet teet Those Thos who whofeared Wbofeared whofeared
feared that Trinity TIniy would lose some of ofIts otit ofits
Its it impressiveness ipresivenes with a near nea neighbor neighborof neighbr neighbror
of of imposing Implng height heigh had ha a bill bi passed passe urn limiting lm lmItng urnItlng ¬
iting Itng the height beght of buildings buiding to ninety nlnet nlnetfeet
feet feet Under a misunderstanding mlsunde tdlng they said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the builders bUlders carried carrie It iup 1tup up to ninetysir ninetysirfeet ninetysi ninetysixfeet
feet The question before the House
teet Te queston Houe was waswhether ws wswhether waswhether
whether that height should be
heght b legalized legalizedOn leglized leglizedOn
On the first frst vote voe the bill b1 was rejected rejectedby reeted reetedby rejectedby
by a vote ote of r SS s to 72 72 This Thi was on o Wed Wednesday We Wednesday ¬
nesday nedy Thursday Turday morning moig the House re reconsidered r reconsidered ¬
considered by vote of 99 55 and
conIdered a Tte to ad then thenpassed thenpse thenpassed
passed pse the bill bi by 110 10 to 5L L A stronglob stronglobby strngJob strngJobb ¬
by b had bd been used and anl charges cages were made madethat madethl madethat
that thl the te members member had been corrupted corruptedThere corpte corruptedThere
There was W talk of special spcIal delivery delVry letters lettersThese leters letersThese lettersThese
These charges cne have he been ben printed pnte daily daiy In Inthe Inthe inthe
the newspapers newper twentyone men me who whochanged whochanged ho hochanbed
changed their vote over night being beng held heldup beldup heldup
up to special speca notice noice In all the papers paprs in a alist alst alist
list lst At first frt they were disposed dl5e to over overlook overlook overlook ¬
look it I but the hue he and nd cry aroused them themand thetaand
and nd now they tey stand std uncertain uncrtin as a to towhether towhether towhether
whether not an investigation InveUgton should be b had or ornot ornot
NO STRIKE S 3N I BROOKLYN SHOOKLTNExcitement BROOKLYNExcitement ROOKY ROOKYExcIenlcnt
ExcIenlcnt Excitement Among AmonI Trolley ToIe Men Ien Has HasBeen JS JSDeen lIneBeen
Been Allayed AIned b by uy Lende LendeNE LeadersNEW Leaders LeadersNEW
NEW NE YORK YOR May 29 29If If 1 William WIlm D DMahoc DMahon DMahon
Mahon President of the Amalgamated Amlgamted As Association Assaciaton Assedation ¬
sedation saciaton of Street Railway Riway Employes has hasbeen h hasbeen
been trying trhg to bring brig about abut a strike stre In InBrooklyn inBroky inBrookly
Brooklyn Broky In 1sympathy sympathy with wIt the one In I St StLouis S SLuis fit fitLouIs
Louis Luis Ui efforts eorts have been blocked blockedJames blocke blockedJames
James Jame Pes lu F e a Master lalter Workman Workan of District DistrictAssembly Distrct DistrctAcmbly DistrictAssembly
Assembly Acmbly o 75 to which the local lol street streetcar stet stetc strcetcar
car c men belong beong said sd yesterday yesterdy that tt what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever excitement exciement had existed ex te among the themen themen themen
men had been allayed alayed by the leaders leader at atmeetings atmeting atmeetings
meetings meting held Sunday night nightMahon nlsht nightMahon
Mahon according acrdinr to a despatch depatch from St StLouts St StLui StLouis
Louts Lui is in lI that tht city ciy has ha not been ben in inNew InNew InNew
New York and declares declare he has ba sent no noone noone noone
one here with wih authority to represent reprent him himReturn hImReturn binsReturn
Return of Benedicts DCnedlctH Yacht YachtNEW YaehtNEW neht nehtlEW
NEW lEW YORK May Iay 29 2Th 29The The American Americansteam Americ1nstm Americansteam
steam yaeht Oneida Oneld arrived this ts morning morningfrom mcring mcringfrom mcraingfrom
from Bermuda with her owner E C C Bene Benedict Benediet ¬
diet and ao his bl two guests buets former President PresidentCleveland Predeut PredeutCleveland PresidentCleveland
Cleveland and an Dr J 1 D Bryant Drat The Theyacht TheAcht Theyacht
yacht Acht landed lande lundodMr Mr r Benedict Denedlet at Quarantine Quarantinewhere Qurantne Qurantnehere Quarantinewhere
where here he communicated cmmunicate with wib his friends by bytelephone bytelephone bytelephone
telephone telephone and returned reurned to the Onjidi Onjidilater On Onatdslater d dIater
later to proceed pr Ced in t the city cityDecorntlon cty ctyDeeorntol cityDecoratiOU
Decorntlon Deeorntol Day Dn at Clinntnutjna Cmutnuqnn Bench BenchEmjoy BeneI BenchEnjoy
Enjoy apltWBt a plEtPlit lt outing utl at this t dottgatful degbtft Mlt Mltw slt sltwatft mitwater
w watft water Eny trr Ywwt rcwrt n Hal lat hiatt 60 5 wits nt children rlrl half kl fare fareTrains fr tarsTestes
Trains leave lec1e B 0 depot ipt 9 93 930 a m I 3LS9 1 j and ami4W
4W 41 4 eu p n P Ia IttfbnOBg le Wrai I kte the t Beach a 745 4a and anjOiesniJcnUc ut and4i
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t Fancy F3nY and tick tick licyclc lcele riding rin at 4 p p m mHo m mDo mlo
Do Ho lo yon need nee Flooring lJoorlnt lJoorlntWe FlooringWe
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MAGINNIS MGLN Iff I THE T SENATE SENATEThe SEAT SEATThe SENATEThe
The Privilege Prldlege of the Floor FQor Granted Grantedto
to Clarks Crk Rival RivalIn ilvnlIn UuJI
In I the te Senate Sente today t y Mr MrChadler Chandler Chair Chairman Chr Chra Chairxattn ¬
man a of tbs th Committee Comitee on Privileges Pivlegs and andElections ad andElections I
Elections Elens asked ae unanimous unaim consent cnent that thatMartin tt thatMartin
Martin Mrn Maglnnls Magi the appointee apln of Gov Governor Goveror Coyernor ¬
ernor eror Smith Smt of Montana ontn be b admitted mite to1 to1the to tothe tothe
the privilege prvUege of the te floor floo of the te Senate Senatepending Sente Sentepending Senatepending
pending the te decision dec1on in the case caseDoes ct caseDoes
Does De that Include the other man 1 Mr MrClark M MrClark
Clark asked aked Mr Tillmair TillmairJWhy Tlm TillmnrrWhy lr
JWhy Wy Why Mr r Clark Crk has h that tt privilege prvIege as a a aformer armer aformer
former rmer Senator Senatr said sid Mr r Chandler ChandlerThe Chdler ChdlerThe ChandlerThe
The motion was wa agreed age intend t t d Mr r Ma Maglnnls M Mgnnls Maginnls
glnnls gnnls spent snt about abut an a hour hourC houracn on the floor floorgreeting noc floorgreetIng
greeting greng the Senators Seator to to whom1 whohe he was w In InJroduced I Introdued
Jroduced u d by Mr r Carter CarterNAVAI Cnrerr CnrerrNV CarterNAVAL
NAVAL NV A CONFERENCE CQNEC BEE RESORT RESORTTue ORT ORTThe ORTrThe
The Appropriation Approprlnton Bill Dil DIscussed DileuBseclin DileuBseclintbe in intlic Inthe
the Hoa house UooeMr houseMr te teMr
Mr Foes FOB presented preated the conference cnfere report reporton rert rerton reporton
on the Naval ov Appropriation Apppraion bill bH in the theHouse theHouEe theHousethIs
House HousethIs this his afternoon afternoonThe fereon j
The Te House Houe agreed sce to the th report repot whi whIchnnItted which whichiraltted
iraltted Itt three thre Hems UCI from frm uiorn a i ftfll lf agree agreement agreeraenttbe ¬
ment renttbe raenttbe the appropriation approraton for surveys sq s by the theHydrographle te teHyrogphe theHydrographie
Hydrographle Hyrogphe Bureau Navy Xav Department Departmentthe DerI1t DerI1tthe
the appropriation appropriato for Coast C and a Geodetic GeodeticSurvey Geetic GeeticSurvey GeodeticSurvey
Survey and the te item Iem authorizing authoriIng the con construction cn conatruetlon ¬
struction stretlon of m i armorplate arorpl plant plantMr pIt pItI plantMr
Mr I Cannon Cnnon opposed opped the Senate Seate proposlr proposlrtion propsl propslton propesition
tion for hydrographle surveys which he hesaid hesaid hesaid
ton Ydrogpht rvey 1
said was wa about abut the th broadest bodest ev efr ever r sag suggested Sg Sggete saggeeted ¬
gested gete in an a appropriation approprIaU bill bl It I author auUr auUrIe authorized j jearth
Ie ized the Nav Navy t to survey ever every ct easeL on onertb onearth
earth ertb every ever harbor habr lake lak and a river in the theUnited theUnfted theUnited
United States StW la his hi opinion ol not n a ear survey 5r 5rvey earvey ¬
vey meat mentIt ment meatIt should shuld be b made mde by the te Navy NaY Deport Deportment D Dment Depetrtmeat ¬
It I was w finally tnt agreed agreo that tht the House Houseshould Ha houseshould
should recede ree from its disagreement csgrement to t the theSenate te teSenat theSenate
Senate Senat provision with wth an al amendment re reducing Tedudng yeduring ¬
during the te appropriation apprOriaton for special spcal ocean oceansurveys oeal oceansurveys
surveys sureys by by the te Hydrographie Hydr grapl Bureau of ofthe otte ofthe
the te Navy Na Dpaent Department to toThe SMW SMWThe 99O 99OThe
The Senate 5tnt Senateproposed proposed propse 109 100909 O < The House Houseinsisted Houseinzlste HouseInsisted
insisted inzlste upon UpIi Us i disagreement dwgeement to the te th Sea Seaate sn Striate
ate amendment 3nde abolishing abishig the tE ttroyear ttroyearsea twoyearsea
sea course cone for cadets cdet at t Annapolis AnnapolisTo Anpi
To the te Senate Sente amendraeBt edeBt regarding regdng ar armor 3 armar ¬
mar mol plate Mr r Foes Fo offered oere a motion mot that tbatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the House Ho recede reee from fr its dtsagreesaen dtsagreesaenand dlsgrn dlsgrnand
and concur with lh an amendment mendmet giving the tbeSecretary theSeet theSecretary
gvng
Secretary Seet of the Navy lav power pwer to purchase purchasearmor pr purchasearmor
armor aor for ships Wtng waiting to t be b armored are in inhis Inhi Inhis
his hi discretion dirion failing to get gt It at a a rca reasonabU re rcaseasIde
seasIde sbe figure lgre in i his bi opinion oll be te 1 author aatborized ao authorized
ized to build bl1 an anaorpUte apt factory ft for forwhich torwhich forwhich
which 4MMM are ar appropriated appropriatedi apre
i Mr Wheeler eIermYe moved that t the House HG re recede recee reeerie ¬
cede cee from fr its It disagreement dgremt and aD eBcar an In Inthe 1 Inthe
the Senate SDate amendment amendmentDebate aet amendmentDebate
Debate Deate OB O these motion mt followed 0 te tethe h inthe
the te came E hue J as a OB O previous pyi oeastoos oeastooswhen o ocasioeswhen
whe when the te subject st et was w under uDr coeaWeraUen coeaWeraUenTHE ceUn ceUnH ceuaderatenTHE
THE H IMITATION DATON BUTTEH UT TAX TAXhe TA TATbe TAXThe
The he house Committee Commitee Reports Fn Fnvorintj FaorluJ Fevoring
vorintj the Croat rout Bill BUIBy Dtl BillBy
By a vote ve of o1 Id to 7 the t H Htee Ho House CI Commit Committee
tee te OB O Agriculture Altar today toy agreed age to t tvnc tvncbly f fearerla
abIY bly report the Grout OteossargftTtee bill MMr billplaelag billplacing
placing a tax or 1 19 ce per r posed on onteiutkm ORIBtltatio onimitation
imitation butter M and teereMteg Iueroma Ute M MceBes Keeaes Itceases
ceases for naavfaetiirers f8ctWelS ami doalara The Tkevote ltIeveKe Thevote
vote wes ANt taken OB the > svtaUtttte RIIIIdt e re reported re reporte4 soported ¬
ported from f Ute subcommittee ttee which wacrejected wac wacrejected wasreecled
rejected S te teAa 9 9Ax 9An
Ax amendment s ado t effete de stes by ItJI HtpnnaUUvB HtpnnaUUvBWililMS RepsaseatadveWilliams
WililMS of MieetaiMrt 188 l TpIag raiWtog g IbM
When butter to eskised ertoc 4 to Mprawat a
cr er grade or a rancid butter baUwaad was reaoTBted reaoTBtedand reaoaatedsad
and colored t te repreecat pate batter It ItsfcovM It4NItI ftshould
should be subjected sa tMted U the same tax taxoIeCJmargarlDe as asoleomargarine saoloomargarlue
oleomargarine was defeated by the tltevott si sivote same samevote
vote S to t SLThe tThe tThe
The question was then pat on Ute origi original original orlgnal ¬
nal Grout bill and Repra0eatattve Coney C Cerf aey aeyof
of f Missouri who W bad vaA vetl tIII I with the liNtBedU Mi Minority satnerity ¬
nority cfcaaged his vote and voted ate far tb tbGrout tile tileGnMlt theGreet
Grout bill the t e vote betas Ayes AyesHeIU AyesHeIUBaker AyesHoneyBaker Heary HearyBaker
Baker Conneil Wright Hangea DaMe DaMeLamb IMide IMideLamia DukieLamb
Lamia Lamb Oooaey Gordon aad Neville NevilleWadsworth JIIIJS JIIIJSWa4517Q1tk asysWadsworth
Wadsworth Larimer < White JaIt BaUey ef efKaasas elIDB58S atKasaus
Kaasas Williams of Mississippi St Stkee Stkeeend kee keeend ee eeend
end Allen AllenSESSION AlIelLSEcsrON AlienSESISION
SESSION ON MEMORIAL DAY DATThe DAYThe DAYThe
The House of ItepreNentatlvcM WillProbably Will WillVrobahly 111 111Probubl
Probably Probubl > Sit It Tomorrow TomorrowThe TomorroThe TomorrowThe
The House of Representatives Is divided dividedas
as to the propriety of holding a session ea tea to tomorrow to tomorroW tomorrow ¬
I
morrow which is Memorial Day Mr Dal Dalzell Dalzell Delzell I
zell gave notice that the Committee cUteeRules en enRules eatRules
I
Rules would bring in a sale that the theHouse theIIouse theHouse
I
House shall sit on Wednesday Thursday Thursdayand Thursdayand y ymd
and Friday for the consideration of anti antitrust utitrust antitrust ¬
trust matters matle reported from the e Com Committee CommIttee Cornsnittee ¬
mittee on Judiciary JudiciaryWhen JudiciaryThen JudiciaryWhen
When the announcement was made m e by byMr 1tyIr byMr
Mr Dalzell Mr Richardson asked if It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be wise and andproper proper roper to sit on Me Memorial Memorlal ¬ 1 1morlal
morlal Day Mr Dalzell replied that the tbeday theday theday
day could not be put to a better use ae than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that contemplated by b the Committee on onRules enRcles onRules
Rules RulesThe RclesThe RulesThe
The House has been In session sessl n but once onceon onceon onceon
on Memorial Day since slDce the issue of the theorder theorder theorder
order in 1S6S by Gen John A A Logan then thenCommanderinchief thencommanderIn theacommanderinohief
Commanderinchief commanderIn lhle < 6f f the G Gr A R R call calling caIlIng callInK ¬
ing upon veterans eteU1 of the Federal armies armiesin armiesIn armiesin
in the civIl war to observe May lay 39 as s a aMemorial aMemorial aMemorial
Memorial Day The exception was In ISSS ISSSwhen IShen 156 156when
when hen Mr Kaifer K Ifer was Speaker SpeakerFOB SpeakerFOR SpeakerPOE
FOB NEELYS EXTRADITION EXTRADITIONI ADrTION ADrTIONThe
The Bill SOCln to De Taken Up 10 the theScnnte SiteSenate
Senate ScnnteIn Senatein
I In the Seaate today Mr Fairbanks cH ealleit ealleitup H Hup d dup
up the th bill providing for the extradition extraditionof
of Needy eely the alleged Cabaa defaulter defaulterwhich defaulterwhich defaulterwhich
which was favorably reported by the Ja Jadiclary Judiciary 1stdiclary
diclary Committee yesterday ye terd y The bill billwhile gillwhile billwhile
while a general extradition act Is directly directlyaimed directlyaimed directlyaimed
aimed at Neely eely and will 111 be accepted by bythe Itythe bythe
the HouseMr HouseMr House HouseMr
Mr Allison objected to Its consideration considerationuntil comlderat1muntil conalderatianuntil
until the Sundry Civil bill was passed passedIt
It will then thc be taken up
For a Piles Building HollaingThe DulItllngoThe BuildingThe
The Secretary of the Treasury has as for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬
warded to tbe Senate an estimate of an anappropriation anappropriation anappropriation
appropriation for the rental of the building buildingat
at the corner of Fourteenth and B Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest
northwest for the preservatioa of the files filesof filesof tilesof
of the department The sum of 51S06 1Soe is isasked Isasked isasked
asked for rental and ieoO is asked for r r Im Improvements Improvements 3mprovements ¬
provements provementsTo
To Print the Proceedings Proecec1iu FroceedlagaThe ProceedingsThe JI JIThe
The Senate Committee on Printing today todayreported todayrepOrtN1 todayrepartee
reported favorably a resolution to print
13600 lea t ttf If f the i oeeedlngs > of Coa Coagress Coagross Coogross
gross t Jug the ace anee of the statue statueof statileof statueof
of General Grant fr the th G AR ft H Fifty Fiftycopies Fiftycopies Fiftycopies
copies are to be pr prlented tented to Mrs Julia JuliaDent JuliaDent JuliaDent
Dent Grant GrantDemocratic GrantDenloerntle GrantDemocratic
Democratic Caucus Tonight TonljjhtA
A call was issued this afternoon for t a aDemocratic aDemocratle aDemocratic
Democratic caucus to be held at the Capitol Capitoltonight C1p1toltonlgbt Cipitoltonight
tonight at S oclock to disease party action actionon aet aeton B Bon
on the trust legislation whIch Is to be bethe 1tethe bethe
the order of the House tomorrow Thurs Thursday Thunday Tunesday ¬
day and Friday FridayCHESVPEAKE Frtda FrtdaCJlES FridayChiESVlEAKE
CHESVPEAKE CJlES EUiE BEACH nFiclrox BEACITON OX THE BAY BAYAlways D4 D4AIv1YS BAYAlesys
Always cool Esewnwo 4 tastes leave d Hr 10 10a IIIa rna
a a m m and 2 p p w m Last L t tnis teaws ies B e1d eh 6dd 6ddp 63L 63Lp g gp
p m m Tale C CeblPlbia tamUa car to deoot deootjj deootO
jj O WeekEnd Country Countrycuralons Ex Excursions Excursloos
cursions cursionsTickets cursloosTiekets curalonsTtekets
Tickets soW Saturdays ait ai Sawlays Sada Ice return returnuntil returnuntil relurnuntil
until Bentley following iollowi at iWueed idueMWashington it hm hmWasbingtoa MmWasbinton
Washington to CharlMtmra Char Prcderitic Annapwiu AnnapwiuJunction JIBIpeiJunction asnapsiuJunction
Junction and intermediate iiae < points pointsI pointsI
I Do you vnnt ant the finest Lumber Lumberd Lumbered
ed d gijlwcrk I t 11 Il lS iwz at Cth u ant j if I ilTCt are
SMOKERS IN THE HOUSH llOllll
of the Members Are Rebuked Rebukedby Rebukedby Rebukedby
by the Speaker Speakercrtnln
Repreaentntlveo Are Said tc tcHave fetHae teHave
Have Violated the Jlnlc and nndThe nndTheto Theur Theurxaent The Theto
to have SIokenCroly Spoken Crossly to the Om OmeerJl 0th 0therrs
errs Charged With lth Their Enfor EnforJDent Enforees EnforeesineutTbe >
xaent ineutTbe = The Offend OffendSpeaker Offenders Sot Named YamecJSpeaker NamedSpeaker
Speaker Henderson administered a re rebuke rebuke rebake ¬
buke today toda to those members of o the thetHous the1House theHousQ
House Hous who wlo smoke on the floor Directly Directlyafter Dlrccl1YaaUer DlrecUyaftertha
after aftertha rtht thQ reading readl g of o the journal heaald heaaldThe hezmdThe hesaIdThe
The Chair C alr feels it Itto to be his duty uty to oalt oalttbe Ga11the caibthe
the attention of the llouseto sectien 7 ot otrule otrule ofrule
rule 14 of the Rules of the House Ho se of J Rep Repraeeatatives Rep Represe Repreeestatives
raeeatatives rese latives which the clerk win read readThe rewlTh readThe
Th The clerk read as follows followsWhile followsWhile ollowsWhUe
While Ole Speaker S er is patting a qees qaestlon qeestlOD qeestlon
tlon or addressing addre lag the House no ne member membershell IBM8 mambessbchi r rshall
shell walk out of or across the ball ear aerwhen Be Bewhen earwhen
when a member te speaking Spe pass between betweenhim MtweenbIm betweenhim
him aDd the Chair and daring the seseien seseienof e5 seseiezrof len lenof
of the House no member shall wear his hishat hisat hishat
hat or remain by the clerks desk during duringthe deringtbe duringthe
the call of the roil or the counting of bal ballots MIlots hallots ¬
lots or smoke upon It the floor of the th House Houseand H Houseand use useand
and the SergeantatArraa aad Doorkeeper Doorkeeperare Do rke rkeare
are charged ed with Ith the strict enforcement of ofthis otthis ofthis
this clause Neither shall any person be beallowed bei beiallowed beallowed
allowed to smoke aeke upon the doer of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House at any aD time UaeResoiaing timeResu timeReecmtng
Resoiaing Resu the Speaker said saidTbe saidThe saidThe
The object of the Chair Is to call atten attention att attention n ntion ¬
tion to the smoking provision of o the rule ruleIt ruleIt ruleIt
It Is mandatory upon the Sergeantat SergeantatAnn SergeantatArmI SergeantatArioe
Ann ArmI to enforce the rule It has come to tothe tothe tothe
the attention of o the chair that officers ot otthe otthe ofthe <
the House In seeking to Impartially and andfaithfully andfaithfully andfaithfully
faithfully enforce the regulation have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been severely spoken to by members The TheChair TheChaIr TheChair
Chair is net advised as to who these mem members membens mesabern ¬
bens are Per the comfort aad heaHh of ofmembers ofmembers ofmembers
members the Chair hopes that the officers officersof ecerg ecergor
of the House will be sustained in their ef efforts efforts offGrts ¬
forts to enforce ferce the rule ruleAGAINST ruleAGAINST ruleAGAINST
I
AGAINST POPULAR VOTE VOTEHOUHC VQTRJlouKe VOTEHouse
House Resolution for the Election ot otSenator otSenntorK ofSenators
Senator Reported Adversely AdverselyMr
Mr r Chandler C today te reported adversely advorse yln ylnOte In Inthe Iathe
the SeDate the House joint resolution pro providing pre prevtdIag providlag ¬
viding for the election of Senators Se by pop popular PP PP1I1er pepdes ¬
ular des vote At the same time he reported reportedfavorably rePwted rePwtedfaOIIIWy reportedfavorably
favorably the bill drawn up by Mr Hear Hearwhich Hearwlddt Hearwhich
which provides that after six ballets have havebeea Mvebeea havebeen
beea east a plurality shall elect electA electA electA
A REFERENCE LIBRARY IXBHABYRepresentative ID3RARYRelresentnthe LIBRARYRepresentative
Representative McClenry Would ol1ld E Etul Etahlhh Es Estuhileh
tahlhh tul > li k One at the Capitol CapitolRepreeeatative CapitoLRepreee CapitoLRepceoeutatfve
Repreeeatative Repreee utive Medeary ef Mteaeseta Mteaesetaintroduced Yt MuneeetaIntroduced ae68ta ae68tahtlrodtKed
introduced in the House today a joint j l reaa reaaa res resIt1tioa ree reelotion =
lotion providing for the eceoeaaedatIeat eceoeaaedatIeata eellBIB8llachn ot ota
a CongresBioaal Refereace Library at the theCapHoL the theCapItoL theCapitol
CapItoL The re r MI8 oiatloa Ol1 follows followsThat foIlow1i1ltat followuThat
That until adl the eoactuefea eoBCltiI of the a neat neatsamba xt xtthe t tof
samba of coogrees the Librarian af Con Caagreac CeIIPOeM Congresa
POeM is aathoriaed to place ia the eeatral eeatralReference eeMralrcao ceutrulreGaL
reGaL In die Cap tel feraIeIiy eICIIIIIeII Itr ItrUte bythe
Ute I oC Congress a CeagI Cgrassbeuel CgrassbeuelRefercace I aI aIRrienDCe
Reference Library LibraryIt
It is said at the Capital that the tHmaue JMMM JMMMlaaue peomeek
meek xyatctB betweaa betw Ute sliest aari S SLlbcary die dieLJbIary theLibrary
Library Butldtae Ja not s M aartafaetacy rdIIt q qW01I1r a abe as aswon
W01I1r won be x Tefereaee Maaary of 3ojM SS 4tr 4trbooks orbooks r r9t
9t W books dose at band bandgTVfATTFH hand51JA1T
6 6SMATTPR
gTVfATTFH SMATTPR 51JA1T BEER PACKAGES PACKAGESThe
The House Bill Favorably Fnorn h Reported Reportedto < c1 c1to I Ito
to the Senate SelteT SenateThe SenateThe
The T e Seaate CoaaaUUee on Fiaaaec today todayreverted t irayreperted todayreported
reverted favorably the Mil paflflgd M by Sbfll SbfllHouse 1M 1MH theHones
House H doing mga away Ywl with small S I IoC packages packagesof
of beer and confining deaomfatfaac IDatIMIsc IDatIMIscIIIteI1lll1 af afteteraal ofluterani
teteraal revenue reve Be stamps staID to the tbebarrel nr nrMrrel quarterbarrel <
barrel and hogshead hogsheadThe begsheadTIle hogsheadThe
The object o eet of the measure is te telib abet aMIItIh abetIsh
lib these denominations of lateraal Reve ReveBue ReveBite Revssue
Bite staaas which are applicable to one onesixth e esixtk onesixth
sixth barrel and oneeighth barrel pack packages Itaeka packages ¬
ages a es of beer The present law authorises authorisesthe authorbesUte autheriseathe
the CennBteaioaer Co tlll er of Internal Revenue to tofurnish toftlralak tofurnish
furnish stamps for all sized packages of ofbeer ofMer ofbeer
beer put up in barrel and kegs ranging raagiHgfrom raBgiBgfroBl rangingfrom
from the hogshead to oneeighth of a bar barrel barret ¬
ret states the report reportIt reportIt
It is the desire of all the producers ef efbeer stbeer efbeer
beer so far as the committee is advised advisedto aehisedtQ advisedto
to aa do away with these small packages aDd amiages aDdIe andto
Ie oooiae conee the tra trade e to the use of ofases papk papkages
ages ranging from the hogshead to toquarter toihe toiheqarter the thequarter
quarter barrel rrel It is shown that the dis disI disuse disuse
I use of the OIeIBiDor minor packages smaller than thanthe tbantile thanthe
the quarter barrel will promote the con coaveaience ce1veaieDcc conveaience
veaience of the brewing trade The Cem Cemmieefocer Cemmieeioner Cainmissioner
missioner of Internal Revenue states in a acommunication aCOIDIBUaieaUoa acoenrauakatlou
communication to the committee that the tbodisuse thodieuse thedisuse
disuse of these small packages will Ill not af affect aftect a afeet ¬
feet the revenue derived treat tro beer ia nay aaycalculable utycalculable naycalcelabe
calculable degree and it is the opiate ef efthe 8the atthe
the committee that the abolition ef these thesesmall tltMesmall thesesmall
small packages is desirable tram the thestandpoint tItestandpolDt thestandpoint
standpoint of public interests interestsTHK IsterestsTHE interestsTBE
Isterestst t
THK THE SUNDRY CIVIL BILL BILLTwo BILLTwo BTTT BTTTTwo
Two Amendment Reported nn nnel nnelAdopted isnilidopted l lAdopted
Adopted In the Senate SenateTbe SenateThe SenateThe
The Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was wastaken wastakea a5 a5taken
taken up ia the Senate today todayAn todayAD todayAn
An amendment was reported end agreeS agrceJto
to appropriating 23M9 3 for natal ef tem temporary tem temporary tamitorary ¬
porary quarters for cuetomheuie and eth ether ether athor ¬
er Goveraaaent offices at Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltimoreTIle BaltimoreThe
The first of the contested oemmluee oemmlueeaniendmeats Oftmmk Oftmmkamendme aemmitleeamendments
amendments ts was ORe coming under the tJtetIe ti title tithe ¬
tIe of Enforcement of Alien CaMract La Labor Labor Lahoe ¬
bor Laws It was modified by eeaSain eeaSainthe eea ceafluing ceafluingthe i t tthe
the amendment to these words under 1UIIIIersupervisl the thesupervision thesupervision
supervision u and control of the Secretary of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Treasury and was agreed te teDnm teDnm toDam
Dnm Across Xe New Ricer
The T e Senate today passed a bill granites granitespermission granUaper grantingpermission
permission per l6lon for the construction of a dam damacross dctmaeroes damaeroes
aeroes New ew River Virginia VirginiaSenator Virginia VirginiaSenntor VirgininSenator
Senator Jlartlns Credentials CredentialsIB
IB the Senate today Mr Daniel prae praeed pr8Mltt pr8Mltted
ed the credentIals of Mr 11 Mastic a aSenator 83 83Seuator esaSenator
Senator from Virginia for a term ef f six sixyears sixears nixyears
years ears beginning March iJlare 4 1991 1 1 The cer certificate eorutieate certigeate ¬
tificate was signed by Governor Tyler TylerLast TylerLUAt TylerLast
Last of tbe Big DI mil milThe Bills Dl1lKrTlte BillsThe
The Geaeral Deficiency Appropriation bill bHlreported WllWH billwas
WH reported to the Senate today by tile tbeCommittee tileCommittee theCommittee
Committee oa Appropriations This te the thelast thelal thelast
last of the big appropriation 3pprer tlOB MRs bfUsTo MRsTo billsTo
To Sell the Choctavt Lands LandsThe LunclThe LandsThe
The House bill to authorize the Cam Oamnjtestoaer ammte Camintoeloser
njtestoaer mte ef a the General Laad O Opeee 08iea n ills illspeee diepose
peee of the Choctaw orphan Ia Iala ladies lands aHsla landsin
la MteaiaeipptMe Mississippi was w peasett Ity hi tH S Stllte Smete Smetethis
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