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NUMBER MnER 1510 WASHINGTON THUBDAY THunjDAY MAY 31 1900 1900 i < PRICE ppc ONE O Oi GETR C f t j
I BOER WAR R EN ENDING ENDINGSurrender 1NG 1NGSurrender
Surrender of Pretoria Momen Momentarily Momen1arilJ 3lomenIarily ¬
tarily Expected ExpectedTHE ExpectedfilE ExpectedPilE
THE CITY ClTYAT AT ROBERTS MERCY MERCYKrngcr MERCYKrugcr
1
Krngcr Takes Refnge in a Moun Mountain Monntain Mounlain ¬
tain Stronghold StrongholdJOHANNESBURG StrongholdJOIlASNBSBURO StrongholdOIIANNESBIJRG
JOHANNESBURG HEMMED IX IXDrltlKh IXDrHhh INBritI1L
DrltlKh Commander After the Prcn Prcneiitiitlon Irc Irccntlltlon 1reseiitatloit
eiitiitlon of u Flnjc < luK of Truce Agrees Ajsrecuto greetl greetlto
to Pc Pctpoflc tpunc the Occupation of the theToTvn theTownTncnttour theTOTVn
ToTvn TownTncnttour Twentyfour Hours JluursTrnln JluursTrnlnlouell hoursTrainIoud Trnln Trnlnluuda
luuda of Refugees Arriving at Lo Lorenco Loreneo Lorenco
renco aiarquen 3Iurq le From J rom the Trtuisvaal TrtuisvaalCnpltnl rrnnsvnnlCn1ttn1P1ghtin
Cnpltnl CUIJltulJIhtIDJ KlKhtlnfC Near the Ilnnd IlnndDuring nnndDurlnJ itandDuring I
During the Pant Two PW Day DuSowc DuSowcLUl DaysSomeLosses Some SomeLOKSCH
Losses LUl HCtl Sustained by It the English EUllIKhLO EnglishLONDON UuRllMliLONDON
LONDON LO DON May 3L 3LThe The War OfBce omc is isprepared isprepared iS iSprepared
prepared to hear at any moment that thatlhe thatlhelght the theflight thefl1ht
flight lght of President Kruger and his Execu Executive Executive Executive ¬
tive Council from Pretoria has been fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by the unconditional surrender of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boors remaining In tile t1 e Transvaal cap capital capIbl capItal ¬
ital the negotiations with the British be being beInl belug ¬
lug Inl conducted by the leaders of the peace peaceparty peaceparty peaceparty
party If the capital of the Transvaal has hascot hasot hasnot
cot ot already been entered by General Rob Roberts Roberts Robsets ¬
erts forces It Is at the mercy of the theBritish th thDrltlsh theBritish
British BritishThere DrltlshThere BritishThere
There Is practically no doubt that tho thoSouth thoSouth thoSouth
South African war Is npw ended and that thatwhile thatwhIlo thatwhile
while detached bodies of burghers may mayconduct mayconduct mayconduct
conduct guurrllla operations in Isolated lo localities localities 10calities ¬
calities there th re will be little resistance In Inforce Inforce Inforce
force by the Boer troops troopsGeneral troopsGener troopsGeneriti
General Gener 1 Roberts despatches show that thathe thathe thathe
he has surrounded Johannesburg end by bythis bythis bythis
this time the Gold City must mwrt be in his pos possession pessession pcascssiou ¬
session sessionKniser sessionKtUger scssiouKruger
Kniser Is probably well on his way to toLydenburg toLydenburg toLydenburg
Lydenburg If he has not already reached reachedthat reachedthat reachedthat
that Boer stronghold strongholdThe stronboldThe stroneholdThe
The unofficial despatch received this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning stated that Pretoria was In the thohands thehands thehands
hands of Q f the British and that President PresidentKruger PresidentKruger
Kruger Kru ar accompanied by his chief advis advisers advlsers idisers ¬ I
ers had fled to Watervalhoven on the theDelagoa theDelag theDelagoa
Delagoa Delag a Bay Railroad about 150 miles milesnortheast mUesnortheast
4 northeast of Pretoria Watervalhoven W tenalhoven is
110 miles from the border of the Transvaal Transvaalaad TrlDsva3land Transvaaland
and only forty f ty miles from Lydenburg the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Boer stronghold In the mountains mountainsIt
It was at first believed that Kruger bad badgone badgone badgone
gone to Lourenco Marques in order to sail sailfor sailfor sailfor
for Holland It Is now thought that his hisdestination hisdetlnaUoa hisdestination
destination is Lydenburg LydenburgThe LydenburgThe i iThe
The report Is that Kruger left his capi capital capltal captml ¬
tal whoa General Roberts ad a1vae w 2ue guard guardwas guardwas guardwas
was within a few fe hours march o tho ho clt cltthat cltthat citthat >
that the garrison glrri on In the Pretoria forts was wasfirst wasfirst wasflrzt
first dismissed and the burghers of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace party afterward formed a 1 committee committeeof ctri1mltteot
of safety ratet to guard life and property and andto Zindto andto
to receive the British Army ArmyTralnlond ArmyTrn1nlozut ArmyTrainlozuia
Tralnlond of ofFive KefnKcc KefnKccFive U tuJe tuJeFive
Five trainloads of refugees from Preto Pretoria Pret PretrIA Pretona ¬
ria na arc said to have reached Lourenco LourencoMarques LourencolaIl1ues Lourenco3laroues
Marques and others are expected Great Greatquantities GreatQuantities GreatquantIties
quantities of gold have also arrived at that thatpoint thatpoint thatpoint
point having been sent out of tho Trans Transvaal TranSvaul Transyani ¬
vaal vaalIt vaulIt yania
a It Is reported In Lourenco Marques that thatlargo that12rgo thatlarge
largo numbers of Boers have made ar arrangements arrangcc arrangewnt3 ¬
rangements rangcc nts to start at once for the th United UnitedStates Un1tedStates UnitedBtates
States There is also a report that many manyof maDTor manyof
of thu burghers will retire Into Rhodesia RhodesiaTho Rho 1A 1ATho
Tho 1 lin mornings report concerning tho thoevacuation thoevacuaUon theevacuation
evacuation of Pretoria by armed Boers and andIts andIts andits
Its occupation by General Roberts ad advance a avance advance ¬
vance forces brought a 8 large crowd to the thevicinity the1cln1ty thevicinity
vicinity of the Mansion House HouseThere HouseThere HouseThere
There was wasP however a noticeable absence absenceof bs nce nceof
of the wild demonstrations that have char characterized chuCterlzed characterlzed ¬
acterized tho crowds on onreccnt recent occasions occasionsNot occas1onsNot occasionsNot
Not a n cheer was heard and the peoplo are areawaiting areawaiting areawaiting
awaiting the official confirmation of tho thon8wspeper thenswspaier I Inewspaper
newspaper reports There Is a general geDeralopinion generalopinion j jopinion
opinion however that formidable hostlli hostllities hostIl1ties hostillties
ties ties are ax at an end endThe end endThe endThe
The War Office has received two twodespatches twodespatches j jdespatches
despatches from General Roberts Roiert under uulerosterd3ys underyesterdays i ijesterdays
yesterdays date Johannesburg Johu1nesburghad had not notbeen notbeen i iboen
been occupied uplod by the CommanderlnChlef CommanderInChlefup i iup
up to the time he sent the latest advices advicesRoberts advicesRoberts adviceRoberts
Roberts having entered Into an agreement agreementwlththe a agreement1ih > 1COment 1COmentwith
wlththe with the Boer commandant command t at that place placenot placeot placenot
not ot to take tllie possession of the town for fortwentyfour fortwentyfour fortwentyfour
twentyfour hours the purpose being to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid disorder and destruction it Itposslbl ItposslblAcdln possible possibleAccording poraibleV
According Acdln to Roberts despatches the theBritish theBritish theBritish
V
British have had considerable fighting dur during durlug ¬ I Iinl
lug inl the past few days ays sustaining some somecasualties someusualUes somecasualties
casualties Rundle fought the Boers near nearBeneknl nc1rSeneknl nearnenekal
Beneknl on May ay 28 with some losses Bra Brabant Brnbant Brabant
bant had two patrols cut off by the burgh burghem burSheruld burgherr
em eruld and taken prisoners prisonersGcnerRl prisonersGeneral
General Uoherti DeMpntcheM DeMpntcheMGeneral DCJlItntchetlGonern1 DespatcitesGeneral
General Roberts despatches follow followGermlston folio folioGermlston followGermlston
Germlston May fay 30 3O9O 950 O p m mThe mThe inThe
The brunt of the fighting yesterday yesterdayfell yesterdayfell
fell on Hamiltons column I had cent centhim eent eenthIm eenbl
him as already alread mentioned to work workround workround workround
l
round the west of Qt Johannesburg Johann burg in insupport 10support Insupport
support of Frenchs cavalry cavalr which was wasdirected wasdirected wasdIrected
directed to go north near the road roadleading roadleadlng roadleading
leading to Pretoria I have not heard heardfromFrcnch heardtrom heardfronsPrcnch
fromFrcnch trom Prench as yet yetHamiltons yetHamllton yetHamiltons
Hamiltons report which has Just Justreached justreacbed justreached
reached me states that about 1 oclock oclockin ocl cfclockin k kIn
in the afternoon he found his way wayblocked wayblocked wayblocked
blocked by the enemy who were werestrongly werestrongty werestrongly
strongly posted on kopjcs and ridges ridgesthree ridgesthree rIdgesthree
three miles south of the Rand They Theybed Theyhnd Theyhad
bed two heavy guns several field fieldguns fieldguns fieldguns
guns and pompons Hamilton imme immediately immediately minediately ¬
diately attacked them Tie T e Gordons Gordonsled Gordonsled Gordonsled
led on the right and captured one ex extremity extremity cxtremity ¬
tremity of the ridge Then they theywheeled theyheeled theywheeledround
wheeled wheeledround heeled round and worked orktd along until untilafter untilaftor untilafter
after dark clearing It of the enemy enemywho enemy enemywho nem nem1bo
who fought mo mOlt t obstinately The city cityof cityof cityof
of Loadon L < KHIon Imperial Volunteers led the theother theother theother
other flank anti would not be denied deniedBut deniedBut deniedBut
But the chief share of qr the action as In Inrasoalties InraMlaJtes inesMI1tes
rasoalties full to the Gordons whose whosegallant whosesall1N whosegallant
gallant advance excited the admiration admirationofjiH admirationof3l1 admIrationofall
ofjiH ofall Jf fI
1 Hamilton H mllto is 1 now at Florida due duewest duew duewest
west w st of Johannesburg French is a few fewmiles fevmUes fewmIleS
miles to the northeast Gordons Cay Cavalry Cnvtllry Cayairy ¬
airy the Mounted Infantry and the thoSeventh theventh theovanth
Seventh venth Division hold holdtbe the heights north northClulck northtuhk northtuiek
Clulck Service to Ivnimns I I mr mrDt City CityU ity ln lnAiId
U Dt t = O OAnd oA
And A d points peba s beywrf u well as e iat latmnaJlatan latmnaJlatanD 1stesncl1ate nnoBate en enIt n nU
It O train tamag leav ll Wa Waabi fai gtiMi 1936 18 i a am amfr s m mrcacblB isreaching
fr rcacblB reaching St Low lAMis IA at 1110 1 1O sd a Ke Sbses t City
090 p Po m IlL next day dayC dayGoll1 dayCoIn
CoIn to bu buy InUlIer InUlIerCall LnnzlierrCall
C Call ll first and see our JL30 L5O but boarJi nk F Lib LibPL
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GEMUlAi GE ElLU LOKI U011EKTS
of the town The Eleventh Division Divisionwith DivisionwIth
with W Ith heavy hea artillery are south of Jo Johannesburg Johannesburg Jobannesburg ¬ I
hannesburg Hamilton speaks In high highpraise highra1e highpraice
praise > ra1e of the manner in which Bruce BruceHamilton DruceHamilton BruceHamilton
I IIJght
Hamilton and Spens t of > f the Shropshire ShropshireLight Shro ShropsblreLight lhlre
Light Infantry handled the men under underSmlthDorriens underSmlthDorrlens underSmithDorrlens
SmlthDorriens direction directionGermiston directionGermlston directionGermIiton
Germiston May iay ay 30 31r4tO 450 p m mIn mIn mIn
In answer to a a flag of truce I sent to toJohannesburg toJ toJohannesburg
Johannesburg J hanncsburgthls this morning for the thecommandant thecommandan thecommandaneme
commandaneme commandant tofcome me and seo me He Hebegged Hebegged Hebegged
begged me SSjeef tefer er r entering the town townfor towntor tovnfor
for twentyfgatjjliburs tentyt twentyfobiurs urB as many armed armedburghers armedburghers armedburghers
burghers wewrjKUl we trJtU1 Inside I agreed a ed to tothis tothis tothis
this as as I wWsJaost W = < most anxious to to avoid avoidthe aodthe avoidthe
the posslbtllOTof possibility of latlythlng anything like dis disturbance disturbance disturbanco ¬
turbance wllhiaTand wllh withiE and as bodies of the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy 8tillficfdthe Iit1J11 stil1hpiIthe rIIthe hills In the Im Immediate Immediate urnmedIate ¬
mediate neighborhood D lg1 1iorhood from which hieb hiebF
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expeditions 1S9S and killed at Modder ModderRiver ModdarRiver cxlder cxlderPJver
I River Major George L LS S Roy First FirstNorthumberland FirstNorthumberland OIt OItNorthumberland
Northumberland Fusiliers Magersfonteln MagersfontelnMajor Magerafont MagerstonteinMajor ln lnI
I Major Gen W P Symons killed k1ll at Glen Glencpe GlenIn Glenc3e
cpe c3e In a daring charge Lieut IJeutC Col oL J Horace rHoraceR IIoraceR
R Stupford Second Cold Streaks Str uns first flrsttime firattlme firsttime
time out on onacUve active service senl at McJder McJderRiver ModderRiver oJder oJderIUver
River Staff Capt NauntSa Nl1unt n H Vertue Vertuealftjdecamp Vertuealcdecunp Vertueaidecamp
alftjdecamp to Major Gen G TVoodgate TVoodgatekilled Woodalekilled Woodgatekilled
killed at Splon Kop KopBoomGen KopBoernGen Tjp TjpBocra
Bocra BoomGen Gen J 1 Plot Joubert Command CommanderlnChlef CommanderInChlef CommanderinChic ¬
erlnChlef Boer forces Cal C l De Villabois VlllaboisMareull VillaboisMDreuU VillaboisMareull
Mareull foreign legion killed in a bat battle battle batUc ¬
tle with Lord Methune ethune Gen Hans Botha Bothaand Bothaand Bothaand
and Gen J 1 M t L Kock wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The war party papers to offset the cost costof costot costof
of life and property publish coldblooded coldbloodedstatements coldbloodedstatements coldbloodeditatements
statements to the effect etr t that the Transvaal TransvaalGovernment TransvaalGovernment TranavaalGovernment
Government property Is worth alf nitthat 1 that has
0031 PAtL
they will m have to be cleared off of before beforehand betorehand beforehand ¬
hand handRundle
Rundle reports that he attacked a alarge alarge I Ilarge
large party put of Boers near Senekal Seneknlon Seneknlonfay on onMay onMay
May fay 28 His casualties were not heavy heavyBrabant heauBrabant heavyBrabant
Brabant reports that two of his pa patrols patrols patrols ¬
trols consisting of o two officers o 1cers and andforty andforty andforty
forty men me inch were cut cut off by the enemy enemyon enemyon enemyon
on May23 May 2S and made prisoners prisonersROBERTS prisonersROBERTS prisonersROBERTS
ROBERTS ROBERTSThe ROBERTSI ROBERTSThe
The War Office announces that the cas casualties casunltles casunIties ¬
I unIties am amng ng tho officers in Ian Hamil Hamiltons HamiltonS HainIltonS ¬
tons forces In 1 the fighting yesterday yesterdayaround yesterdlYaround yesterdayaround
around Johannesburg anDesburg were two killed killedthree killedthree killedthree
three wounded am aD antt t two taken prisoners prisonersGeneral prisonersGeneral prisonersGeneral
General Rundle and 1Ul six omcers wounded woundedin
in the fighting fightingat at JJenckal JJenckalCOST HenekllCOST SenekalCOZT
COST OF THE BOER WAR WASGreat WARGreat WARGreat
Great Britain Enormous Expendi Expenditure Expendl1nr Expendilure ¬
lure 1nr in Lives and Money MoneyLONDON MoneyLONDON oner onerLO
LONDON LO DO May ay 3L 3Ll11e The newspapers to today today today ¬
day publish facts and figures to show that thatthe thatlhel1rlce thatthe
the lhel1rlce price paid for the Transvaal In men menand menand menand
and money was more than the most ex extravagant extravagant cxtravagant ¬
travagant opponents of the strife had ever everrealized everreallzed everrealized
realized The following statistics show tho thotremendous thotremendous thotremendous
tremendous cost of the war warMen warlren warMen
Men killed in action 2500 died from fromwounds fromwounds fromwounds
wounds 600 died from disease 2850 cap captured captured captured
tured and missing 4500 + 500 sick and wound wounded wounded wounded ¬
ed 10800 total 21250 21250Coat 21 21250Cost 0 0Cot
Coat in money In eight months 350 35OoOooo
000000 000000Officers 000090ffic oOoooirs
Officers ffic irs rs lost on bath sides were wereBritish wereBritlshLleut wereBritishLieuL
British BritlshLleut Lieut Col John H C Coode Coodecommanding Coodeccmmandlng Cooiecommanding
commanding Second Royal Highlanders Highlanderskilled Highlanderskilled Hlghlaaderekilled
killed at Magersfonteln Lieut Col G If IfJ r rJ
J 1 Goff commanding cOIDIDlndln Second Argyll and tndSutherland IlndSutherland andSutherland
Sutherland Highlanders HI hlm s killed a alJ1Aers alJ1Aersfontein aUnerafontein jjasersi jjasersifontein
fontein Major MaJ r tHe tl Sfarquli hrqi rarq ill of l Winches Winchester Wlnchestel Winchesicr ¬
tel Second Seo = ond Cold Stream Guard Magars Magarsfonteln Magersfootein ars arsiooteJn
fonteln Major Percy W A A Milton MiltonFirst MiltonFirst UtOTI UtOTIFlrGt
First Yorkshire Light Infantry Magers Magcrsfonteia Magersfontein Magersfontein
fontein Major Gen G ri A G Wauchope C CB CB CB
B C M 1 G commanding Highland Bri Brigade DrIsade Brigade ¬
gade MagersfoffttSir lagerslolItt = n Col Henry P North Northcott Northcott Northcott
cott on General Methuens fcthuens8tarr staff wounded woundedin woun wounin oun ounin
in Zulu Zulu8 war 2QJJ AahaTItee W1td W1tdQuieL sl and i d KaFiy Ri1 wo woQUICK woquicl
QUICK Service to Chicnco via Ju 11 Si t O OOn OO 0On
On O B O BC3ttraia ucn rin leavl leavia eaTl1 Washington W bniton at
1040 10 = 0 a m I da dali V riidng Lii at t Chicago IICSO SSO a L m mu m116t inbeat
u beat st morning morningCall mormnl II III
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Call con at i suni M V I Strifor St sticICretol sticICretololiir ICrfttol ICrfttolConsult iretol
I 0111 oliir to ltuHd n hnue hnueH heuseroccult
Consult occult H ult us first and buy doors L L5 5 at 6th and anII LIlilN
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been expended and point to the fact that thatJohannesburg thatJohannesbu thatJohanncaburg
Johannesburg Johannesbu with Its gold mines alone is isworth 1sworth isworth
worth the price paid paidSmallpox paIdSmulllox paidSmithIDOX
Smallpox Epidemic Eplelcn1Icat at Hampton HamptonNEWPORT I1uDptonNEWPORT HamptonNtWPORT
NEWPORT NEWS Va May Mey31It 31s 3hdt It has hasbeen hasbeeo hasbeen
been learned that a number of casas of ofsmallpox ofSlJll1lpox ofnaflpox
smallpox have been discovered In Hampton
TALK ABOUT ABHOR OR OR PLATE PLATEObjection PLATEObjection PLATFObjection
Objection to theJConferencc th j OnferenCe Report Reporton
on the JVaval ltaaI Bill BillTho DIUrho BillThe
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The conference report r rt on the Naval Ap Appropriation Appropriation Appropriation ¬
propriation bill was waapr presented pr sented In the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate today for the third time Mr Hale Halemoved HalemCTed Halemoved
moved to disagree with the House con conferees conferees conforces ¬
ferees on the armor plate ocean survey surveyand aurveyand surveyand
and length of course at Annapolis Items ItemsThe ItemsTh itemslbo
The Th matter gave rise to a long discussion discussionMr cnscUESlonMr discussionMr
Mr Petti rettlzew ew arguing tha that the Government Governmentsacilia Governmentsh GovernmentshulO
sacilia sh < ul build lt IJ own j jlait 1 > > lahfc lapt anyway Mr MrPenroso lliPenos MrPen
Penroso Pen so wanted better betterterms terms given to the thearwor theIlrMor thearior
arwor plato manufacturers ml mcnufactures ufActurefs Mr Ir Tillman Tillmanobijctc4 T1Jlmanobf Tilimanobitid
obijctc4 obf Chli to this thl Mr handler < iandler objected objectedto
to giving the Secretary secro SecrctIry ryC oC of the Navy power powerto powerto powerto
to make the price and 1 Bald s4id d that the best bestthing bestthlnl bestthing
thing to do would bjato ll0tO to limit In imit lt the cost to
5 55 < 5 per ton Mr stelpl Stewart Stew t said that th t the theend theend theend
end of the matter ncveri everlwould would be found founduntil founduntil founduntil
until the Government Governmenbuit buljt bult its own ownnrmor ownnrmorplant armor nrmorplant armorplant
plant 7 7Mr t tMr 3Mr
Mr Tlllmah said that thAtJle ac ie would rather ratherhave ratherhave ratherhave
have the bill fall than be be robbed by the theArmor theArmor theArmor
r rMr
Armor Trust TrustMr TrustMr
Mr PenVoso offered oUered a i51 suggestion ggesUon that the thearmor tbearmor thearmor
armor plAnt If bull bunt be erected In the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia ColumbiaRTJSSIA1T Colum ColumblBUZSL1r > l lRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN TROOS BABBED BABBEDChinese BAEDChinese A R1 = T TChlucHe
Chinese Authorities Will 111 Not ot I Let LetThew LetThens > ct ctThen
Then Vail IJU1J1 1Jttl TnHn rZtU Forts KortTIENTSIN IortTIE1TSIN FortsTIErTSLN
TIENTSIN May 3L 31Tke The Chinese au authorities authorities anthorlties ¬
thorities have refused to allow the Rut Rutslan RtfSIan Rutsian
SIan troops roops to pass the Tnku forts fortsMany tor fortsMany 8 8llany
Many of the native soldiers and officers officersare omcersare officersare
are undoubtedly In sympathy with the ra rebellious rab rabellious ¬
bellious b lUous Boxers BoxersfS DoxersVIEWS BoxersviwS
VIEWS fS OF F A MISSIONARY MISSIONARYThe MISSJONARYThe 5ISSIONAItYTue
The Civilized Powers Should Divide Dividethe DlTltIetbe Dividethe
the Chinese empire empireSAN zinplrcSAN amplreSA
SAN SA FRANCISCO May Iay 31 31Rev Rev F M MRoyall MRoyall MRoyall
Royall a a Baptist missionary mls lonary who ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived from China today on the steamer steamerGaelic stenmerGaelic steamerGaelic
Gaelic has lor the past l8Jtt seven years yearsbeen yearsbeen yearsbeen
been sationed In the north of China where wherethe where wherethe wherethe
the revolutionists known kn < mn as the Boxers Boxersare Boxersare Boxersare
are at present creating BO much trouble troubleRev troubleRev troubleRev
Rev Mr Royall expressed surprise upon uponlanding UPO1landing uponlanding
landing to learn that the Boxers bad made madesuch madesuch madesuch
such progress and that the foreign na nations anlions la latlons ¬
lions were taking stops to protect their theircitizens theIrcitizens theircitizens
citizens in China ChinaIt ChinaIt ChinaIt
It Is the hope of all missionaries and andforeign andtorelgn andforeign
foreign residents generally genl rally said Rev RevMr Revllr RevMr
Mr Royall that the civilized powers powerswill powerswill powerswill
will divide the Chinese Ch1 1tM Empire among amongthemselves amongthemselves amongthemselves
themselves It would not only be a a so solution solution solution ¬
lution of the problem confronting the theMongolian theMongolian theMongolian
Mongolian race from a missionary stand standpoint sbndDOlnt standpoint ¬
point ensuring ensurln their speedier s IMdler conversion conversionbut conerslonbut conversionbut
but would mean a cesltefttlon of the tur turmoil turmolJ tsrmoll ¬
moil that has kept the benighted country countryIn countryIn
In a ferment from time Immemorial The TheChinese ThEChinese TheChinese
Chinese themselves da not seem to be befitted befitted befitted
fitted for government In their country countryThe e ceantryThe untry untryThe
The people in ix power are notoriously notoriouel cor corrupt corrupt earrupt ¬
rupt and think nothing DotblD of appropriating appropriatingpublic approprit1ngpublle appropriatingpublic
public funds to their own uses The Themasses Themasses Themasses
masses are helpless as all officials are areappointed ar arappointed areappointed
appointed by the Emperor Em No progress progresswill pl prresswill te5S te5Sw111
will ever be made in China until the civ civilized ctv1Jlzed civilized ¬
ilized nations take a abad hud in its it ts affairs affairsI
1 am glad that there t re is a prospect that
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GOYERiIEXT mI LDIXG PRETORIA rRETORJI
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Fifteen cases have been reported and It Is Isstated Isstated
stated on good authority that three vic victims vtctime ¬
time have died die The authorities of the thetown thetown thetown
town have the epidemic well in hand and andthere andthere
there Is no fear that it will spread spreadItmuor spreadItnm spreadhtnittor I
Itmuor Itnm r of r KruRCTit Guer Capture CaptureLONDON CaptureLONDON
LONDON LO nO May 3L 3Llt It is rumored that thatPresident thatPrestdent thatPresident
I President Kruger has been captured six aixmiles sixmiles dx dxmUes
miles from t Pretoria PretoriaAll PrttorlaAll pr prAll
All ludlujta rolnt rolntChesapeake IolntCiMaJlIAb loiniitisaPcs1e
Chesapeake and Ohio trains leaving le1V lesvin nc TVasfeincteg a ruteQ I
215 p ex in arrives ZZT1TS Indianapolis and Indiana points pel peisisnext pointsnext t
next xt morning mo ing Best route bet service best bestscenery beaterT bestasnw 1
I IDo
scenery scenerylo asnw asnwDo erT
Do yon ou want > MHlivorU MiliworkCWe t tWF
WF We sell window 1nd w lraC 71 FJJbbg F Llbbcj Co CoL4
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the Powers will soon oon put a step to the out outrages outrages ¬ I Irages
rages committed by the Boxers These Theserevolutionists TJteeerevoluUoDtats Theserevolutionists
revolutionists are altogether a1 er in the north northof norlhof northof
of China and are a superior close elaa physi physically pbralcaB physically ¬
cally caB the Boxers being socalled eal1etl from the tbofact thofact thefact
fact that they the are athletic atl e c and proud of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their physical pbY5k l prowess prowecjThey proweI proweIThey prowessThey
They have no very l ltt habits abtts smoklag smoklagneither SUHtyjRSneither smeisgneither
neither tobacco nor opiyo but their at atUtude atUtude a aUtude
Utude toward foretfiaefL foreltae aj5 al a the Gov Government Government Gayeminent ¬
ernment at Pekin makes the Boxers a very veryundesirable Teryundeslrable veryundesirable
undesirable claesv elllss nevertheless neverthelessPersonally DeertlielessPersonnlly neverthelessPersoually
Personally 1 never liad any ny trouble in inChina InChlaa inChisa
China but other mtssiesaries have been beenin beeain n nIn
in desperate straits now DO and then I will willbail willball Willball
ball the day when civilized nations take takea
a head in China ChinaRiv ChinoRv ChinsRv
Rv Mr Royal IB accompanied by his hiswife hiswIte hiswife
wife and little daughter He Is from fromNorth fromorth fromNorth
North = orth Carolina and his wife who went wentto wentto wentto
to China six years Y ago a as a missionary missionaryis
is from from South Carolina She was a Miss MissMary lUasIar MissMary
Mary Iar Sullivan They became acquainted acquaintedin
in China and she gave up her work as a amissionary amissionary amissionary
missionary to become the wife of Mr MrRoyall MrRoyall Ir IrROYill
Royall and to assist him hi in his field They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are on their way ay home on a visit f f9d ud ex expect expect cxpact ¬
pect to return to China after a few fewmonths towmonths fewmonths
months monthsCRUSHED monthsCRUSHED monthsCRUSEED
CRUSHED BY A GRAVEL VEL BANK BANKnr BANKor1
A Workman or1 Dlnn Killed fnd Tuo Injured InjuredXeur Injuredenr
Xeur enr nr Alexandria AlexandriaALEXANDRIA Alex AlexandriaALEXANDRIA ndrlo ndrloALE
ALEXANDRIA ALE DR1A Va n May lay 31 3LShortly 3LShortlybetOte 31Shortlybefore Shortly Shortlybefore
before no n non a today a gravel vel bank at Shu Shutors Shuters Shuicrs
tors Hill about a mile west f6t of here caved cavedla cavedin
la upon > a party of workmen killing Ed EdDuncan EdDuncsn EdDuncan
Duncan and seriously injuring two colored coloredlaborers coloredlaborers coloredlaborers
laborers laborersTwo laborersTwo laborersTwo
Two horses > were so badly IY Injured that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they had to be shot and several wagons wagonswere wagonswere wagonswere
were demolished demolishedEd
Ed Duncan who was killed lived in the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of St Asaph Physicians Physiciansfrom lhyslciansfrom Physiciansfrom
from here went to attend atten l the wounded woundedPOWER woundedPowEB WOtmdedPOWER
POWER TO PROTECT GERMANS GERMANSFull GERMANSFull GEBMANSFull
Full Authority Conferred COliter eI Upon the theTeutonic theTeutonic theTeutonic
Teutonic Squadron Squadrc n Commander CommanderBERLIN CODlm ComnszuiderBERLIN U1der U1derBERLI
BERLIN BERLI May 3L 3Llbe The Cologne Ga Gazette Gazelle Gazette ¬
zette has received semiofficial advices advicesfrom adicestrom advicesfrom
from Pekin Pekin that the situation in China Chinais Chinais Chinais
is far worse than it was in 1S9S when the theEmperor theEmperor theEmperor
Emperor wag dethroned dethronedThe dethronedThe dethronedThe
The Governor of KiaoChou Y Chou and the
oJ
Commander of the Gorman GOJDan East Asia Asiasquadron Asiaquadron Asiasquadron
squadron have haver rpcepajj rce full powers IO rs to todeal todeal todeal
deal with any contingencies conttngen tes affectihri aIIect1n affectn the thelives theives thelives
lives or property of Germans GermansVnnhInRtonCletieland Gim Gczpnnns GczpnnnsWnshInzrtonCleocl4d ns nsi nsnhInJtonCle
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SPANISH PANI8ll WAR AR EXPENSES EXPENSESSenator EXPNll8Senaforjones
Senator Senaforjones Jones of ofArkausns Arkansas rkanss Demands Demandsan
an ai Accounting AccountingHe
He Offer Ber n Resolution Calling Upon Uponthe VI Uponthe > > on ontl1e
the President lrealelent to Furnish u Detail Detailed DetollcdRcJort Detailcdit1irt ¬
ed cdRcJort Hcport ShowIng SliowIn How the Money 3IonerAppropriated MoneyAppropriated oner onerAPvoIlrI
Appropriated APvoIlrI teel at nt the Beprlnrilnfj Delnnl g of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Conflict 1Va Was IUI Expended Exveiieleellle lie In Intimate Intlmutc Infinales ¬
finales That I Large LaI UTje te Sum Sums Were ere Im Improperly ImIJrOIJerJ Insiroperiy ¬
properly IJrOIJerJ V VedSerlouM cd ScrlonM Cuance CuanceMade CharJeaele Chnreit3ude
Made aele Against galnfCt CommissIoner Peck Peck3Ir PeckJlr Peek31r
3Ir Hale Admits elndtM 3Ilmarinfcement 3IlmarinfcementMr Jli > lmnl1uJemcnt lmnl1uJemcntJr
Mr Jr Jones of Arkansas today In the tl San Senate Sanate n nate ¬
ate demanded an investigation t 1i > > the thedisposa thcdlspos1 thedispose
dispose by b the President Presl ent of the 5000000 5000000voted 5OdOO000voted
voted him by Congress at the outbreak of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the war with Spain He stated that he bad badheard hadheard ad
heard of extended boodllng and nd misuse of offunds offunds
funds and asked that the President at once onceforward onCeforward onceforward
forward a detailed report to the Senate SenateHe SeImleH6 SenateHe
He cited the Hazel case as an Incident and andspoke andspoke andspoke
spoke of other cases of Republican pull pullhaving pullhaving pullhaving
having gotten some of the money moneyHe moneyHe moneyHe
He charged Commissioner General Peck Peckwith Peckwith Peckwith
with misuse of funds for the Paris ParI Exposi Exposition Exposltlon Expozilion ¬
lion and stated that over 800000 were weremissing weremissing weremissing
missing He asked for an Investigation In Inthis Inthis inthis
this matter matterI
I want to find out what the President Presidentdid PresIdentdid Presidentdid
did with the ISOIOOooo 50 00000 placed in his hands bandsby handsby handsby
by Congress Congre s at the outbreak ou break of the war warsaid wars31d warsaid
said Mr II Jones during durin the consideration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sundry Civil bill I want to know
how he spent this and to whom h1m1 he gave
it I have heard all kinds of stories of
boodllng and extravagance in this matter matterand matterand matterand
and I want a full and complete accounting
I have heard that the War Department Departmentsays Departmentsays Departmentsays
says go to the State Department when
figures fI res are asked Ect for In this matter and andthe andthe andthe
the State Department D p i Dent says go to the Navy
Department Now the President ought oughtnot oughtnot oughtnot
not to be afraid to tell us what he did di with withthe withthe Withthe
the 50000000 If there has been bood boodllng boodlIng hoodhag ¬
lIng his report Will show Let him send sendug sendus sendus
us a detailed vccount c ount unt of expenditures show showing showIng showing ¬
ing to what wh1tusC use the cash was put putAs putA3 putA
As A an an Instance l 1stante the Hazel case vlll vlllstow willshow JlJ JlJshow
show that there Is need of an investiga investigation Investlgatlon investigation ¬
tion especially when lien a Republican with a apull apull apull
pull can sell yachts at a big commission commissionHazel comml5lJionHazel cornmissioaHazel
Hazel sold a yacht valued at tOW OH for torSeHO forsoeeo
50660 and the Government later listed listedthe listedthe listedthe
the yacht acht at tiOO tiOOWho 25000 25000Who OOO OOOWho
Who was responsible for the purchase purchaseof pur puror
of this yacht yaohtr asked ilr Tillman TillmanThe TillmanThe TilimanThe
The Navy Department I suppose s ppose said saidMr snldlfr saidMr
Mr Jones JOO6 but the funds came c cime me out of the tbe5O the5oGN000
500 5O 5oGN000 itGt G e Why I have ave been told by a aman aman aman
man in this city that he had engineered engineereda eoeineeredde8lwlth
a deal de8lwlth with the Navy Department whereby
he used his p ptlll ll with the Administration Administrationto
to sell three old barges to the Government Governmentat
at the price of ocean oe n liners This deal dealcame dealcame dealcame
came out of the C MM ew MM0 eee too tooMr too11r tooMr
Mr Jones thea tlla stated that he would woulddraw woulddraw Woulddraw
draw up a resolution direettag the Presi President President Freedent ¬
dent to make a detailed statement statementHe statementHe statementlie
He then brought HP the report of Com Commissioner CommlHloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner General G ral Peek of hi his ex expenme peMe8 Sa
THE ANTITRUST A1TI TRUST MOVE MOVEProponed MOn MOnPropolled IOV IOVProposed
Proponed Constitutional l Amendment AmendmentBefore AmendmentBefore mendmentDefore
Before the House HouseWhen Jlo JloWhen IlouleWhen
When the House convened at noon and andthe ahdthe andthe
the morning routine business had been dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed of Mr Ir Dalzell from the Committee Committeeon
on Rules presented pre entcd the th report rep < rt making the thaJoint theJoint th thjoint
Joint resolution proposing an antitrust antitrustamendment 6UltItrustamenrlment antitrustamendment
amendment to the Constitution the special specialorder specialorder specialorder
order In the House directly after the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the report that debate shall contin continue continue oDtInue ¬
ue today at a session tonight and tomor tomorrow tomorrow toznorrowS ¬
row rowS the vote on t C th final passage p g to be betaken betaken betaken
taken at 5 p m tomorrow after the die dieposition dlaposltlO1 dieposition
position of the resolution the bill to toamend toamend toamend
amend an act entitled An act to protect protecttrade prot protecttrade t ttrade
trade and commerce against unlawful unlawfulrestraints unlawfulrestralnts unlawfulrestraints
restraints and monopolies approved July
2 1890 to be taken up and voted on at 4r 4rp 4 4p i ip
p m Saturday SaturdayMr SaturdayIr SaturdayMr
Mr Ir Dalzell took the floor to qxpfaln pieln and andsupport andsupport andsupport
support the rule and was followed by Mr MrRichardson JJrRlchar MrRichardson
Richardson Rlchar on in opposition oppositionMr
Mr Richardson called attention ta the thelength thelength thelength
length of time which the Republican RepYbll U1 party partybad partyhad partyhad
I had been in possession of the executive executiveand executiveand
and legislative branches of the Govern Government Goverlmel1t Coversmciii ¬
ment He reviewed revlew in brief the legislative legislativehistory legtslatrtehistory legtsiatfvehistory
history of the present AdministratlM awl awlsaid aDdsaid andsaid
said that now in the dying hour of the thesession Ibesession thesession
session they theysought sought to recoup some of te tepolitical tJiepoJltica1 thepolitical
political advantages relinquished by them themIn themin themin
In their unwise and selfish AHmintetratloa AHmintetratloaHe
He said the proposed constitutional conatitutieaalamendment cOIMItltul1a constitutionalamendment al alamendment
amendment would break brerk down the power powerof powerot powerof
of the States to deal with trusts WIthin Trtthratheir withintheir WIthintheir
their limits limitsFor lfmltsFor limitsFor
For that reason Mr r Richardson RIebUl1 n eald he hehad hehad hehad
had solemnly determined to oppose the thepending thepending thepending
pending resolution and hG ae hoped that thatevery thatevery thatevery
every Democrat who loved the Constitu Constitution Co ConaPtuLion Uu Uutlon ¬
Lion would help to vote down the resolu resolution r resolution olu oluUon ¬
tion presented by the majority maJ lly of the Ju Judiciary JtIdlel1ry isdietary ¬
dietary Committee Strong Democratic Democraticapplause Demo Democraticapplause = raU raUapplause
applause rewarded r warded this ajjpeal of o Mr MrRichardson JJrRichardson MrRichardson
Richardson RichardsonMr Richardsonlr
Mr lr Grosvenor followed Mr Richardson RichardsonHe
He said that he felt that the necessity for forthe fortlle forthe
the constitutional amendment proposed proposedwas proposodwas proposedwas
was pressing The majority of the House Housewas Housewas Housewas
was responsible for all that was contained containedIn
In the resolution and the minority could couldtake couldtake couldtake
take its choice of voting for it It or against Jigwtlt againstMr
lt itMr Mr fr Bailey ef Texas next addressed the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House He said that by common consent consentMr eon consentMr sent sentlfr
Mr Grosvenor was considered one of the themost themost themost
most skillful partisan debaters on the thefloor thefiool thedoor
floor and when he failed to set forth any anyvalid anyvalid anyvalid
valid reason why the resolution should be beadopted beadopted beadopted
adopted he Mr Ir Bailey took It for grant granted I granted > faDt faDtad ¬
ed that a valid reason did not exist existThe existThe existThe
The people would undentand that the tieresolution theresolutlon theresolution
resolution was a mere play for to partisan part lU1 ad advantage adventage advantage ¬
vantage He charged cha ed that th thjtepoblcans thjtepoblcanshad Oep ReJMibllcane ReJMibllcanehad bMcnB bMcnBhad
had no real intention l tention of maKlBg m 1ll g the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to dissolve dl solTe the trusts Ooagrees oDgreM ngre had badbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been IB sesefoa for six Booths a aDd d not notuntil DOtnntll notuntil
until six days bef before fore re adjournment t dW they theypropose thejpropose tberpropose
propose anything against tr crests s They Theyknew Theylenew Theyknew
knew that the reseJstjoa could n net t be bepaased bepu bepassed
passed pu ed by the Senate at this session It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was framed so that twothirds of the Stttes Sttteswoeld Sttlteswould Stateswould
would act accept it it No = 0 State which htcl1 be believed believed believed ¬
lieved I in the principle of f selfgeverameat selfgeverameatwould selCganrnmentI seifgeverninentweuhi
I would turt over fitS te right to central tnU tnUwithin tIUIIC tIUIICwillain txsstawithin
within Its borf bordeill n 5 t tb tM G aeenl er l Gevern GeveraWfcen Gevernmetat Gevernmeat
meat The resolutoa co coetatsed talaetl ue no men mellace menace
ace to any tnIst tnIstthe traetWhen
When the question o OIl the adoption a optioa of ofthe orUw ofthe
the rule w was PIt the Speak Speaker declare declaretlat eciaretint
tint tile a ayes Dad It 1tUt t Mr r RICr5On RICr5Ondemanded tI6on
demanded a diYlsloB aM several Repab
1 1T 1HRONOLOGY
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4 Got OCSliWarbegan 13 Wabesn War began T J JOtt t j ji
i Ott Ottl 12 lNettl NaUl iBvadod iBvadodOct 1b184hdeel iovndedj
+ j Oct 14 14Newcastle Newcastle = etQst1e occupied by Boers BoersOct D DoersOct +
1 Oct 15 1iKlmberley KHaberley Isolated 18 111 4cysieg YS e begs begaOct bgmL begsi q s I Ior
or
i Oct C > ct ct 16 1YatekJug Maf eking attacked 213 13 days siege began beganOct gelL T TOct 7o
Oct o M 1fBattle Battle of Glencoe British eferirae victory b bet retired retiredOct ruUrk ruUrkT 4 4i +
T i Oct 21 1B4tUe Battle of Elandslaagte Elan iill1agte Boers defeated defeatedOct 7 7Oct
1 = Oct 28 2BrItlsh British Brttlehcvaeuated evacuated Dundee DuDde retieattas to LaSysaiithi LaSysaiithiOct LMly th thOct < < 4 4I +
I Oct 23 3GMleral General Symonds SYm < Jnds died o wound woundOct v vOct I IJ
J Oct 3 38Battle Battle of c Nicholsons Nek 1 Britlab captbred captbredNov capttir d I INo
1 Nov No 2 2Ladysmith LadyEmith invested 117 days siege began begaaNov kbUJ beganNov
J Nov XC 15 l5Britlah British armored train wrecked at Chieveley t tNov L j jNov
3 Nov 23 23Battle Battle of Belmont Boers retired retiredNov retiredNov t tt
Nov o 25 25Batjde Battle of Gras Pan Bears retired retiredNov r tlred tlredNov +
t
+ j Nov 28 28BatUe Battle of Madder River Boers B er8 retired retiredDec reth rethDe retiredi +
i Dec De 10 ItBattl Battle of Stormberg Storm1ier Ga Gaacre lcre cre defeated defeatedDec defeatedDee defeatedDec
+ Dec U Ul1attle Battle ct Magersfontein Mag rsfonte l Methuen ethuen defeated d teated General Get WiiMhope WiiMhopekilled Vahopekilled f fT
T killed killedDec C CDec i
f Dec 15 15Battle Battle of 0 Colenso Buller defeated defeatedJan t tJan J JJ
J Jan 6 6Doer Boer attack on Ladysmlth repulsed f i iJan if f I IJan 7 7r
r Jan 16 1Roberts Roberts arrived In Cape Town TownJan TownJan TownJan
± Jan 23 23Splon Spion Kop captured by Warren WarrenJan WarrenJan r rJ +
J ± Jan 24 4SpIon Splon Kop abandoned by British with heavy loss l sa sat s Y YFeb i = + 1 1Feb =
t Feb 5 51Jullers Uullers third atempt to relieve Ladysmith begaar begaarFeb b I IFeb
= 1 = Feb 7 iVaal Vaal Kranz evacuated evacuatea by British BrltlahT BritishF > v vFeb +
T F Feb 9 9Robuts Roberts reached the Mcdter MedierF cdkr y yFeK15 I
J F FeK15 FetLK1mberley Klmberley relieved relievedFeb x xFeiiibrCronJe 1 1Febonje +
+ FeiiibrCronJe Feb Febonje rotIje bombarded at PairdeXrg PairdeXrgFeb P81f PaardeeargFeb efrg efrgFeb2jGroJje +
± Feb Feb2jGroJje 27 27Cronje Croaje surrendered surrenderedFeb surrenderedFeb surrenderedFeb
+ Feb 2S 2SLadysmith Ladysmlth relieved by Buller BullerMarchrfll J Jt I It
t Marcb6lSaUsbury Marchrfll Salisbury rejected Boer Boo peace proposals proposalsMarch prop als alsMarch ls lsJ +
J + March 13 13Bemonleln BVemfonteln occupied l lj i Roberts RobertsMarch RobertsMarch I II +
I + March 27 27Joubert Joubsrt Jcub rt died diedMarch 1 L I IInrch 7 7March
+ March Inrch 31 31Bl1tl3 31BritIsh British trapped at iinas rtas Post Postloe Post loalng loinsevenguns loinsevengunsI 1g sevenkjgunsi sevenkjgunsiApril ven 11ns 11nsJ +
J I April 3 3CronJe Cronje and 18CO I OtO Boors sailed for St Skll S Hetoa iE = J i f fAprll c cApril I
4 April 41lvC < 4Fiv hundred Brals1 Br tiat trOp C3Pt captured red a atRedfleixeig atRedfleixeigt JIe z ter i iT
+ t April prl1 5 5Gonral Gen ral VHlebolsMareull Vmebofs Slareuli areul1 killed v vAprU14 I Ipril II
T r
I AprU14 tpril pril 14Cro1e Croaje e landed at St S Helena Heletar HelenaI < j jMay +
I r May Iay 1 lRo 1Roberts Roberts erl9 began march on Pretoria PretoriaMay PretoriaIay PretoriaMay
+ May Iay 12 t2Kronstad 1fiKionstad Kroonstad occupied occupiedMay QttupledF
4 F May 17 17Ya 17Matking Marking king relieved relievedMay I IMay t tI tMay
May 24 2DrlUsh British crossed Vast River 4 4l i ii
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preparing for the Paris Exposition and andclalmirrg andclalmln1 andclaiming
claiming a a right to da d this as Iongas lon Ex Exposition Exposition Esposition ¬
position matters Vere were up stated that the thereport thereport thereport
report bad a fishy v iook Ok to him himThe himThe himTho
The President sect se t a statement in an answer answer answer ¬
swer to to my resolution res lution said he showing showingthat ihowingthat bowingthat
that over 150000 was spent in tho last lasttwo lasttwo lasttwo
two months of the work of the commission commissionThe commissionThe commissionThe
The whole coat c t was said tr t < be 1200000 1200000and 1200000and 1200000and
and Mr Peck received this amount oU L Now Nowbe Kowhe Nowhe
he only accounts for some tOO00G 00OC 1C II his hisdetailed hisdetailed hisdetailed
detailed reOrt required by law and he henow henow henow
now asks aak for an extra emergency appro appropriation appropriaUo appropriation ¬
priation Of 169000 169000Now I ioooNow OOO OOONowwnere
Now Nowwnere where where is the balance of o the 1 1OOOOO
200000 Where Is the 800000 I demand demandto
to know this I ask the Appropriations AppropriationsCommittee APpropriationsCommittee AppropriationsCommittee
Committee and I ask a k it of Ferdinand FerdinandPeck W WPeck WPeck
Peck and I will find out too Such items itemsas itemsas itemsas
as experts 75000 7 Ooo are not detailed re reports reports reporta ¬
ports and I demand from the President Presidentan
an accounting I want every Senator to toread toread toread
read this report It will open their eyes eyesWho eyesWho eyesWho
Who Is 1 > the director of affairs atr Urs who has hasdrawn hasdrawn hasdrawn
drawn 61007 G100 Who Is the director of ofmines ofmines ofmines
mines who has drawn drawni 5WO oo Who is a adirector adireetor adirector
director who gets 4000 How does this thisman thisman thisman
man Dodge called director of agriculture agricultureget 3gTicult agricultureget ure ureget
get his title and why has he drawn aver ver
tlOO 4000 He lives In this city and I dont dontsee dontsee
see that he has done anything except draw drawthe drawthe drawthe
the money moneyThis moneyThis moneyThis
This man Peck does not give ite the real residence relldence realdence ¬
dence of a single human being nor the thereasons thereasons thereasons
reasons why salaries were paW It is tlmo tlmothis tf tfthis timathis
this business should be put down and stop stopped stepped top topped ¬
ped pedI I am alaN there has been some mis mismanagement mismADagement mismanagement ¬
management at Paris Par said Mr Hale The Theextra Theappropriation Fheextni
extra appropriation asked for was for new newftulcU newbuilclIDSS
I buildings buildingstulek
ftulcU Service to St Paul Pus via 10 n DO O OAnd OBd 0Aisi
And Bd a tsctet trrtrnt ROtHlil r poi ate Os aew B it 0 n balD balDtsdftl tealsleasing l ll
leasing asblaates wwe at lea 1e L a JIL si EeDy ad adntclthM andrrrkisg
ntclthM SL Li Iind at JI p nest dltt ifDo
l 10 > o yen CC need Flooring FlooringWe 1loQrln Floovinint1Wcbeccsiae4LhPer1OO1t
1 1Wcbeccsiae4LhPer1OO1t We lan Mae et at fLSi i1 per 100 ft F Libber LThbeyCe Co
lIcan members called calJ for yeas and nays nayswhich nayswhich nayswhich
which were ordered orderedThe orderedThe orderedThe
The rule was adopted by a vote of o 141 141to HIto 141to
to 118 118Mr liSIr 1l5Mr
Mr Ir Ray of New = ew York In calling up the theJoint thejoint thejoint
Joint resolution asked unanimous consent consentthat conseotthat consentthat
that the time for debate be b equally di divided divide disided ¬
vided vide between betw n the Democratic and Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican sides Mr r Terry to control the time timefor timefor tfefor
for the Democrats and Mr Ir Ray that of the theRepublicans theRepubJlcans theRepublicans
Republicans There was no objection objectionThe obj objectionThe tlon tlonTbe
The clerk reported the Joint resolution and andths andth andthe
the th committee amendment Mr Ray then thenaddressed thenlddrecosM thenaddressed
addressed the House HouseSecret HouseSecr HouseSccrt
Secret Secr t Marriage Announced AnnouncedHACERSTOWN AnnoulceelHAGERSTVS AnnouncedEIAOERSTOWN
HACERSTOWN Md May 3L 3Lfiss 3LfissAlma 3LMissAlma Miss MissAlma
Alma R Keller daughter of Dr Lewis R RKeller RKeller HKeller
Keller of Hagerstown and Daniel D DStrlte DStrite DStnite
Strlte a young business man of Hagers Hagerstown Hagerstown ¬
town were married last December D mMr te teChambersburg inCbamberzburg a aChambersburg
Chambersburg but the event was kept ke t a asecret asecret asecret
secret until Tuesday TUeM Y when it was made madeknown madeknowo madeknown
known greatly to the surprise of e their theirfriends Ulelrfriends theirfriends
friends
To Remain a a Law La LaIn LawIn IxivrIn
In the Senate today Mr CuRses CUl em with withdrew withdrew 1th 1thdrew ¬
drew drew his motion m < Jtlol1 to reconsider rCO lder the vote 8te 8tewhIch by bywhich ay aywhich
which the the bill authorizing ulth rbfDS the Capital CapitalTraction Caplt11Traction CapitalTraction I
Traction Cerapaay C m BY to extend its lines on onSeventeenth 9DSeyeateenth onSeventeenth
Seventeenth Street was 8S adopted a4 and the thaact Ih Ihaet theact
act will remain a a law lawThe lawT11e lawrIse
The Alaskan Code Coele Hill HillThe nillThe BillThe
The conference report on the Alaskan AlaakanCode Ala AlaskanCode kaD kaDCode
Code bill was presented prese ted in the Senate Senatetoday spatetodav Sepatetoday
today and the amendments were wee wereto dtoafyee dtoafyeeto dtlerreeito
to The The bil blU went back lntqCOBfare lntqCOBfareA Inl Inlet ORe ORelollulnr onfecenss
A 1 Popular lloute lloute1U ltoutcrWt ltonteNrfret
Nrfret rWt t1 tasle II esrree 4f N Pjgibea diui ssa m and ntIIiftW and5vnt
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COMMISSION I88I1J1 FoR FOR FORAn SP IL ILAn
DeJ DeJnonnccd
An Administration Scheme De Denonnced Beflounced
flounced in the Senate SenateRepublicans JM L J I IJH
JH JHRepublican M 1 1RepublIcsna
Republican Join the Democrat tat IirlDeclaring tatDeclarIng uiDeclaring
Declaring That the Project of ofSending otSendln ofSending
Sending Sendln Men to China and Japant Japantto Jupnnfto
to Study Stuel InduHtrial IUelutri l Conditions 1ml 1mlto III IIIt Iesilo
to t silo Provide PoHltlonx for Politician PoliticianDuring Jol1t1clnuDuring IoIiticianDuring
During the caosWeratkm of the Sundry SundryCivil S4i Seindryf SeindryfCivil rTi rTiCivll
Civil bill b1llInthej intheSeaate lathe e enate ate today Mr Ir GfilHngX GfilHngXer GCHD Galftug Galftuger J Jer
er endeavored to tack taE aa amen am amentnentof p mex na tof tofthe
the bill erecting a eemmssaijfo cemmlSslraJfo COtninistiesfoindustrial siulJyi siulJyiIndustrial Sbiilyf
Industrial conditions in China Del Jtpwrand Jtpwr Ja Japapaiid J ll llaDd
and appropriating f1 ThdO < 5 HO 0 for salaries UhoVl UhoVlItem mU mUI m mRan
I Item was as objected to and Mr GoiH G6JtIer er la laretaliation InI iaretaliation ¬
I retaliation opposed the Louisiana Par Parchase P Punchase r rcBa
chase cBa Exporttloo EXJO ItlG appropriation stating siatlagthat Ha statingthatthe tng tngI
I thatjlbe that the bill was fail of geaeral legisMttoa legisMttoaa leg IegiIeand ltWea ltWeaaDd
a aDd d against the mle nl A general ge oral attack attackwas atitiek atitiekwas u ck cka5made
was a5made made OB B the Chine ChUl8JaJMiIl Japan CoramtsBtoB CoramtsBtoBby ComID IIHS IIHSby Ie Ieby
by Mi Pettfgrew aad Mr r P1 Plait U of OM OMecticut OeaBectfcut Cecaecticut
ecticut the latter a close do e AdJnlBtstoattea AdJnlBtstoatteaman Atm Adthhaaatlonscan ien ienL
man L
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I w want ot to say a w word rd on this matter mattersaid matterSo1d mattersaid
said Mr Platt referring t te the St SL L ltMI Louis LouisExposition iaf iafExposition 1 1EJpoeUJon
Exposition appropriation These Thes expos expostioas e etleBS expostime
time are worked up by promoters promet promsieregrow re iad iadgrow Iud Iudgrow
grow like weeds I will say the same samething samething samething
thing about this ChlaoJapaa Commission CommissionIt CeamtssloIt
It te a scheme worked up by bypetfteta bypetftetato yetldctaas yetldctaasto
to get positions poei OOa and as easy time I Trad Tradother hndother md mdother
other Senator have been chased by the theplace theplace theplace
place hunter and I ass sick of it IL The ThePresident ThePreetdeat ThePreeldest
President will also be importuned for these theseplaces tkese tkeseplaces theseplaces
places and I am done with these anxious anxiouspromoters anxIeuspromoters auxiouxpromoters
promoters I vlll 111 vote against agaI bOth betaameadmeats bOthameBdmeBts bothamendments
amendments ameadmeatsThe ameBdmeBtsThe amendmentsThe
The original promoter ler of this Cemmla Cemmlasion Cemmbsion Cemmisslots
sion was the President of o the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States said Mr tir GalHager Hand and Jf t the
Senator from Connecticut C aneeticut waste ta ta make nakowaat makecharges N Ut Utcharges
charges he ben what he Ii Is > doing I Iwant Iwant
want the Chairman of the AppropriatfoB
Committee to make a point of C order orderagalast enterag1Bst erderagainst
against all general legislation legislationI Jegi laUOJ1 laUOJ1r
I will try to be impartial ia a my y ntMass ntMassoa
oa tBcse question stud id Mr Kyle Ktee
xWe S We e want BO mere coeuaisstoas CO IDIJs IeItS said
Mr Pettlgrew and this totes OK Is a aI
I fake There te no Reed of It and I i WBt weatto WBtto aat aatto
to object to it The coiamlieioas commluto s appointed
by the th PresIdent Pre ldeDt are of C ao vales whatever whateverexcept wha whainveyexcept v vexcept
except as political machines to advance
his purposes He has created tee tooof Dl33Y Dl33Yor eannyof
of them and we ought to call a halt halthave We Wehave Wehare
have furnished places aesa to too t maay poll itoMUeiacs peKuetanc pollDamns
Damns and tae jvaketias jBketta ought gilt t so stop stopnow 81 81BOW stepnow
now This is more patronage for tie t e Ad Adheaters Admtlt Administration
mtlt ministration tratlo aDd a ae trip fee frIe pIece pIecehunters e ehUD
heaters hUD huntersAfter heatersAfter
hUDAfter
After seat some farther 4ti8cueeiee ac < Me < oa > the Item Uesiwas 1 Itemwas e1 e1v2S
was laid aside asMeMr 86WeMr asideMr
Mr Frye the President pro prostated tece tecestated ti lafii j jstated
stated that be bad decided that at a u the theaaendraent taeaJDelldmeat theasseadment
aaendraent created a new ew ceaiisetoa cemmlseioa it itwas ItW Itwas
was W general legtUatioa 1 Iadon and an o CMlt t of t seder orferThe enlerThe sederThe
The ruling finally fiaall dieposed of the amend aateada aaeDIIBIent amendnient
BIent a at creating the Comarfechm and it Itwithdrawn wa wawithdrawn MIS MISWttbdraill
withdrawn from the bill by Mr r GalMaaar GalMaaarKOHEA2T C8IItIIprXOREA Gnfllus GnfllusKOREAN
KOREAN SITUATIOH ITUTIONSEBIOUS SERIOUS
I
Japanese Xe X Neucspnser v ipaiier Demand D muuel That Thatthe ThatI Thatthe
I the Government Goernm nt Assert II < tert Itnelf ItnelfYOKOilAMA ItllelfI IteI IteIYOKOHAMA
I YOKOHAMA YOKOIIAJiAay May JL 2LTJae The newspapers newspapersaere 1Nwapaper5Jtere aewepopershere
here aere regard the situation ia I Korea K as asi asmo asmost
i most mo t serious and a detaaad that Japan Jspo B shall shallTk Ithtttlrt obstierx
erx rt or wenoo Ja 1 t the e aenecry aenecryT ui uiTlife
Tk Tlife T reatgaattoK Uoa of UK th elide elideH aMatcn aMatcnis
is H 5 probable probablelaet ewiIIg 18 tJIe tb rt tBlii tBliiare t the theLierais
Lierais are demanding t g seats iB Ute Cab CabInst oIds oIdsaet
laet laetA aet
InstA aetA
A Japanese erataer aaabeen 1ioeen orderodto orderodtoTientaU rderdioTientnta riM to tone
TientaU TientaUAGTJTITAiTJOS ne neAGun TientntaAGUflALDOS
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AGTJTITAiTJOS AGun ALDOS nLEEND FIUEc CAUGHT CAUGHTThe CAUGHTTbe CAUGHTThe
The Filipino Honrerer Jloe r Killed Three ThreeAmerican ThrccAmerican
I American Saldltr SaldltrThe Soldiers SoIdlrnOoThe SoldiersThe
The following despatch de pateh frets Manila WeS wasreceived wesreceived WeSi
i received this morning at the War Depart Departmont DejIWcent Dopersmeat
mont
I
Manila May 31 31Adjutant 31Adjutant
Adjutant General Washington WashingtonSiaall WashlngtonSmall Washingtonrnali
Small rnali surrenders continue In the De Department Dopartinent ¬
partment or Northern = erthera Luzon Corino the thefugitive thetugitlve thefugitive
I fugitive Governor of Benguet Bengu t a rich ae aetivo aettvo aetive
tivo friend of Aguinaldo was captured yes yesterday yestenlay yeaterday ¬
terday near Cabayan This Is an Imp6r Imp6rtant Imp Irnprtaut r rtant
tant Item While bile scouting near nea San Sanglel Mi Miguel Miguel ¬
guel glel de Mayurao ay Luzon Lu7n May ray 23 l3 Cap CapCharles Cp CpCharles Capt CaptCharles
Charles Charles D Roberts Rbe Privates Pvtes John Jo AV t 3le 3lelatyre lc McIntyre
latyre IBte and aD Lyel Lei W Akens Ake were captured capturedSergeant cptue capturedSergeant
Sergeant Serent John Gallen Gales Privates Pvte Joseph Joeph Mc Mceourt Macourt c ceur
court eur and a John Je A Green Gre were killed killedGeorge kle killedGeorge
Gee George Klager KIDge wounded CDde In the thigh tigh All Allore AUere A11are
ore of Company Cmpny I Thirtyfifth Trtyffh Regiment ReglmeatU Reglmet
U S Volunteers VoUt r MacARTHUR MacARTHUROTIS MaCARTHUROTIS cRTHUR cRTHURO
OTIS O IN I QTJASANTTJTE QTJASANTTJTESmallpox QUA J 1 1Smallpox
Smallpox Smnlpox on the Ship That Brought Broughthim Bro BroHtm ruht ruhtlUl
him lUl From l rl Manila ManilaCisco MunulaThe lunln lunlnThe
The tolowins following dls dispatch fro from S Sen F Fran Franelect
Cisco was received at o the Ue War W Deportment Devartaieetthis Deportmentthis
cc rve Dtet Dtetthi
this thi moraing moraingFort metlng metlngFor metnin metninFort
Fort For Mason Yaon San S Francisco Fa Ma MaAdjataat May 31 3S1WSr 3S1WSrAdjstst
H Adjataat Ajtt General Genl MashthgtenGeneral Wahtg Vashiagtesj VashiagtesjGeneral
General Generl Otis Oi arrived Arhe this Us evening eveDhs In Ingood tnSo Ingood
good health OB account of several
So helth O Bnt ve eases ootccof 0 easesof
of e smallpox smalpx OB O board bad he will wiJ net B be aUe aUeto ahleto
to tO land la for severr 5ved severz4 days dss He will Wl WI tak tke take ae tae taefirst Utefirt thefirst
first firt train n East after ater landing landingSHATTER lantlng landingSHAFTER
SHATTER RR Major JJajr General Generali Gee GeeOVR GeneraLOVEB1
i 6VEB OVR OVRThree AST EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENTThree EMBANKMENTThree
Three Maryland Jlurland Pnpilt I OIJiJ Injured In InRunnna a aRunaway aRunaway
Runaway RunawayPORT Runnna RunnnaPORT RunawayPORT
PORT DEPOSIT DEPOIT Md May ay ILTb 21The 21Thebreaking L The Thebreaking
breaking of a a stray efcwad a runaway
yesterday Yete y wane whie while the party pt of G teachers techer and aadstudents a andstudents
students of tae Oe Jacob Jae Tome Toe Institute IsU t was tasreturning ws wsreturBln wasreturning
returning returBln from tre a visit vt to Hopewell Hoewl Oeae Oeaetery 0 Cembtens
tens te whither whther they e had hw driven dive to deosrate deosratethe dente dentethe deeeratethe
the crave ave of the late Jacob Jaob Tome TomeMiss Toe ToeMiss TomeMiss
Miss Inez Osborne Osbrne of Aberdeen Abrdeen AberdeenEmma litest litestEmma a
Emma Cather and Chester ChMt Campbell all allstudents aUstudent allstudents
Ema ao
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students student were ere In the carriage Crrlage which whichoTerturned 1fh 1fhovertued wasT wasToverturned
overturned overtued and ad the occupants oup thrpwn thrpwndown twn tarpwndown
down dow an embankment embkent Miss Mi Osbqse Osb Osbg sns snstained sngtamed
tained a broken arm ar and ad the te others othe were wjfreconsiderably wte wteconslderWy wereconsiderably
considerably conslderWy bruised bne The Te runaway rnawar teens toonrthen t tthen teensthan
then collided colde with another aother carriage rlg in inwhich In Inwhih inwhich
which whih Miss Barnard Baa and Mrs M W G a Aid Aidrich Aidj Aidjrich ld ldrl
rich rl were riding riin They were thraswn thr to tothe to tothe tothe
the ground gon but did di not nl resolve reve aay aaynecl aayneclOtis seri serious eI eIou ¬
Otis ou lajHries InJ res A large lrge number DW e of t twere tNS tNSwer umg umgwere
were wer on the road rod at the th U time and a tf 1 uas uasfortaaate waafortunate
fortaaate that the accident alet did d not n gandt gandtmore lt ltmore
more serfy serfy1TORS seriously seriouslyaABTFORDS eri ualy ualyEABTFOKDS
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