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Tyler arid Jenkins r
Special to The Herald from a Staff Corre Correapondent CorreanondenL Correaiondent
apondent apondentThompsons anondenLThomp8on aiondentThompon
Thompsons Utah May M8Y 28 28TwentY 28TwentYeight 28TwentYeight Twenty Twentyof
eight determined men are ontle on t118 traIl traIlof trailor
of the murderers of Sheriff Tyler Ier of ofGrand ofGrand o oGrand
Grand Grand county and indSatnJ Sam Jenkins the jheoatteowner thecattleowner theeatteownel
cattleowner The sherfffis rttfs of Bmary BmarySaU Em mOXy mOXySai lY lYS61i
SaU Lake 4Uintah Uintah andcarbon and C Cnbon rbon counties countiesare untles untlesare
are in charge cha ge of these men who are aresettled aresettled re resettled
settled in their purpose purpo e to exterminate exterminatethe
the cattle rustlers and train rabljftrSi rabljftrSiwho ra111er ra111erwho rabberwho
who have Infested this section They Theyare The There Theirt Theirare
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are re going to follow the lraUof trail of the themurderers themurderers themurderers
murderers through two and nd three states statesif
if necessary necessaryThe necEssaryThe necessaryThe
The whole eastecn end of the state statehas sttttebRB statehas
has arisen and those men who hate h the thecattle thecattle thecattle
cattle thieves have turned out against againstthem agtnstthem againstthem
them The small ranchers who be befriend befriend befriend ¬
friend them partly through fear te and andpartly andpartly andpartly
partly because becau e they too profit by bystealing bystealing byA
A stealing will lay very low for a time timeAny timeAiiy
i Any attempt attem t to shield the rustlers in intheir intheir Intheir
their flight will likely ireet with quick quickjustice q quickjnstlce ick ickjnBUce
justice For these hardy frontier sher sheriffs sheriffs sherliTs ¬
iffs and cattlemen who have for years yearstaken yearstaken yearstaken
taken their lives in their hands to toro torotect jJro jJroteet pro protect ¬
tect property are united and harmon harmonious harmonious harmoniois ¬
ious in their determination to rd the thestate thestate thel thestate
state of the cattle rustlers rustlersHave rustlersHave rustlersHave
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Have a 8 Good Start StartBut StartBut StartBut
But unfortunately the three men pos possibly possibly possibly ¬
sibly five who shot down Tyler and andJenkins andJeokins andJeikIns
Jenkins have the start of the pursuing pursuingposses pursuingPosse pursuingiosses
posses Posse by many miles and hours Tliey Tlieyare Lheyare hey heyare
are at least sixty t miles and thirtysix thirtysixhours thirtysixhours thirtysixhours
hours In advance adan e of the foremost posse posseand posseand tOS8e tOS8eand
and fortyfour hours ahead of the sec second seeond second ¬
ond crowd which left Thompsons ThompsonsSprings ThomP60nsSprings ThompsonsSprings
Springs this this afternoon Whether or not notthey notthlY notthey
they witt wi ever evercatcbtbe catch the ftaejng fi lpg outlaws outlawsis outlwJs
r is Questionable Men wftoknow whO knoW the thecountry thec thecquntrY
country c untry that must be traversed travers 1 and andwho andwho andwho
who understand the difficulties are aredoubtful aredoubtful aredoubtful
doubtful They fear that the three men menwho menw1o menv1io
who were seen at Turners place pla e on onSaturday onS onSi
Saturday S Si l rday evening ev zdsg will b be able to get getfar getfar getfr
far away awayAnother awayAnother awayAnother
Another dlflfculty confpotfte coltfllG conforTThere B them themThere themThtre
There is nocertainty n eert4nty as to thedirec thedirecthm the thea4lrecthin qirec qirecthm
thm in which whl h they have havug gangvigtflBjj gangvigtflBjjeither n 11 11elth Is IseIther
either elth r east inte the WTilte YT11t RIver niofltains moun mountains ¬ I Itains
tains in Colorado or north to Browns BrownsPark BrownsPuk BrownsPark
Park and and on OJi into the HoteintheyWali HoteintheyWalicountryin HoJelntheWalI HoJelntheWalIcountr HoIelnthaWalI HoIelnthaWalIcountryIn I
countryin countr ln Wyoming W omlng Until the posses tosses tossesreCh iossesreach possesreach
reach Turners T rners which they the r or at least leastone leastone i ione
one of them likely did this evening eveningnothing eveningnothing eveningnothing
nothing will n be known of the trail trailtrfkert trailtl trailtakeil
trfkert tl kert By 11 the th outlaws otltla 18 from there The TheTurners TheTun1crs TheTurners
Turners were told by the thetl three ree men menthat m innthat n nthat
that they Were going to the White WhiteRiver WhiteRiver WhiteRiver
River mountains The sheriffs are di divided dil1ed divitled ¬
vided l1ed as to to whether that statement statement was wasmeant Wfta Wftameant wismeant
meant to be misleading or was truth truthful truthful truthful ¬
ful
Butch Cassidy Again AgainA
A most important theory was devel developed developed doveoped ¬
oped today since these frontiersmen frontiersmenhave frontiersmenh8e frontiersmenhaehad
have haehad had time to think about the trag tragedy tragedy tragedy ¬
edy It Is now believed that the no notorious notorioUI notorlous ¬
torious Butch Butch Cassidy the man who whois whois whois
is generally ntrall supposed suppo ed to have been with withGeorge withGeorge IUt IUtGeor
George Geor Curry the leader in the Union UnionPacific UnionPaeltlc UnionPacitic
Pacific robbery last June Is the leader leaderof leaderof
of the gang which killed Tyler and Jen Jenkins Jenkins Jonkins ¬
kins Description of the men as given givenby tlvenby givenby
by Herbert Day who saw them to persons perSons per persons ¬
sons here who ho have known Cassidy Cassidymake CR88idymake Cassidymake
make it appear app ar almost certain that the thewell thewell thewell
well known train robber is of the gang gangIt png pngIt gangIt
It is e believed that three men who whocame whocame whocame
came through Moab on oneveplng Wednesdayevening Wednesday Vedne8dYeve
evening eve lnl are the men who did the kill killing kmlng killIng ¬
ing Thus with th the occasion on which whichthey whiChthey vhiehth
they th ware seen at t Turners Turn rs makes makesthree makesthiee makesthree
three times they have come to light lightThe lfghlThe lightThe
The men who know Cassidy declare declarethat declarethftt declarethat
that he fits the descriptions Sheriff SheriffAUred Sh SheriffAlJred llfl llflAlked
AUred of Carbon county count who knows knowsCaseidy knowsC knowsCaidy
Caseidy C asidy said I believe he Is the man manwe m manwe n nw
we w want these the e descriptions fit and andthere andth andthere
there th r are other circumstances to con confirm con1I ¬
4 firm 1I 1 my opinion opinionThere opinionThfre opinionThere
There is s another fact of importance importanceIt
It is settled that Curry was in the theUnion theUnIon theUnion
Union Pacific robbery and If Cassidy Cassidywho Cassidyho
who ho Is known to have been one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them was with him the Little Book BookCHffs BookClites BookCliffs I
Cliffs of Grand county have been the theretreat there theretreat
retreat re leat of the Union Pacific train rob robbers robbers robbers ¬
bers since December They have been beenhiding be beenhiding n nhiding
hiding there while many sheriffs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the west and noted hunters of outlaws outlawshave O outlawshave tlllWs tlllWshave
have searched for or them in vain ain There Therevas Thereas Therewas I
vas as placed upon the head of each one oneof oneof oneof f
of the six men who are beLeved to tobav tobav toI
I bav held up the Union Pacific a price priceof rtce rtceof
of 53000 3OOO The printed notice which whichhangs whichhangs I
hangs in the waiting room of f the little littleRio littleRio littleRio
Rio Grande station here has been read readand readand reatland
and reread today todayThese todayThese todayThese
These outlaws who have wintered winteredin winteredinGrand in inGrand inGrand
Grand county are the most desperate desperatetr desperatelI1So1n desperatetiiiln
tr lI1So1n in robbers of the west Even ff ffthey ffthey ifthey
they are not caught it is unlikely that thatthey Uuitthy thatthey
they will after this man hunt is flu flnIshed ftnIshed fluL
L Ished come back ba < k to Utah for mariy mariymonths maJt3months maIymonths
months
Two Posses Start StartTwo StartTwo StartTwo
Two posses went out from Thomp Thompsons Thompsons Thompsons ¬
sons today They are led by Deputy DeputySheriff Deputyherlff Deputyherlff
herlff Herbert H rbert Day and R D West Westffrood Westtvood Westvood
ffrood vood of Moab and by Sheriffs Preece PreeceI Pree PreeIIowel1s PreeceIlowells
I Howells and Allrfd The first posse possecomposed posswmposed t twmposed
wmposed of eleven men had In it Sher Sheriff Sher1ff ¬
iff Leamaster of Emery county Bob BobBryant BobBryant BobBryant
Bryant of Moab and others whqse whqsenames whenames I Inames
names could not be learned It vft ft at atI atI
I oclock this morning with a rather ratherscant rathesc ratherscant I
scant sc nt outfit of provisions and will push pushon pushon
on n through to Turners Every man is isarmed Isarmed
armed to the teeth Each carries a arifle arIQe arhfe I
rifle and a pistol pi toI or two Almost every everymake everymake everymake
make of firearm tire rm known is in the party partyThere p partyThere rty I IThere
There are the ohltime rifles and those thoseof thoseDr thoset
t of the t he newer make which use smokeless smokelesspowder sinokie sinokieijwder mo les f
powder wder th tlw < > small calibre variety whichwill whichwill which vhichw11l
will kill at two miles milesuf j jMost IMost j
Most ol the eleven men in this party I
j know the country thQroughly and some someI
of them are acquainted with the moun mountain mountam
I tain tain tam fastnesses of western Colorado ColoradoThey ColoradoThey ColoradoThey
They will pick up the trail at Turners Turnersand TurnersI Turnersand
and follow it across acro s Colorado C south southinto southhita southinto
I into New Mexico or o north into Wyo Wyoming Wyoming Vyomillg ¬
ming mingSheriff
Sheriff Howells Posse PosseThe PosseThe PosseThe
The s second cond posse poSse which left at f 4 4oclock 4ocl 4oclOck
oclock ocl ek contained the t e nine nlIienien men which whichSheriff whichSheriff whichhurIff
Sheriff hurIff Howells Howells brought down from fromSalt fromSftJt fromSLIt
Salt Lake SherWf SherI Preece of Uintah Uintahjoounty UintahaQ UlntahiUitty
joounty aQ nty Sheriff Allred of Carbon Carb n Joe JoeHarris JoeHrris JoeH8rrls
Harris of Westwator Testwat r and Bill Littlely Littlelyof
of Moab Mo b It had several sever l pack horses horsesloaded horsesleaded
loaded down with r revisions blankets blanketsand blanketsa blanketaand
and a d cooking utensils utet Jils If l is one of the thebest theest thebest
best est equipped posses po es that has ever gone goneafter gonetter goneafter
after bad men in Utah and andthe andthe andthe
the man hunters said they theywere theywere theywere
were outfitted for several weeks weeksThis weeksThis weeksThis
This crowd will go straight to the theWebster theWebster theWebster
Webster City Cattle companys ranch ranchon
on Hill creek eight miles beyond the thescene theseene theseene
seene of of the killing From there it will willgo wiIIgo willgo
go on to Turners place and andlikely likely catch catchup catchup catchup
up with the first party which went out outunder outnd outunder
under nd r Day and Westwood WestwoodThere WestwoodThere WestwoodThere
There are some fine shots in this thisposse thisposse thisposse
posse as as the practice work this morn mornIng morniQg mornig
Ing showed show Sr S rat of the men shot shotava shotat shotit
ava at it a white rock yards away against againstth againsttIle
th t tIle e hill Though K 1 s not much larger largerthan largerthan largerthan
than a amans mans hand handeveral several of the shoot shooters shooters shooters ¬
ers hit the mark Deputy Sheriff Gold Goldman Goldman Goldman ¬
man of Murray seemed to be able to tostrike toErlke
strike it at almost every shot shotPacific shotPacific hotPacific
Pacific Express Loss LossThe LossThe LossThe
The murder murd r of Tyler and Jenkins has hasbrought hasbrought hasbrought
brought tr light facts about the th Union UnionPacific UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific train robbery which have been beenhidden beenhlden beenhidden
hidden hlden by bybotl1 both the railroad company companyand companyand companynd
and nd the Pacific Express company I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have learned on the best authority that thatthe thatthe
the t e Pacific Express company company in that thatholdup thaiholdup thatholdup
holdup lost 28000 including inclu i g about abouti100ounsigned about51OO
i100ounsigned 5100 of unsigned bank notes At the thetime thetime thetime
time Currie was killed a Pinkerton Pinkertonman
man Murray who had been working workingon
on the Case ase se came here tc identify the theoutlaw theoutlaw theoutlaw
outlaw He said at that time that the theexpress theexpress theexpress
express company oomp my had lost 28000 and andthat andthat andthat
that Currle was the treasurer tr asurer of the therobbers therobbers therobber
robbers withsome vi th some of the money mon y In his hispossession hisp hispessesslon
possession p esslon awaiting this spring when whenIt whe wheIt wh p pit
It was to have been divided divjd d There 13 13nn iIttli I IQ1ig
nn nn Q1ig fltJmi fhat tli t Murray hLifrra r fn y made m thesis thesiss th thand theseThkTh
ThkTh s and as as a he was in a aposib aposibWi position positiont
to t ktfow IkUo the amount athountlost lost it is presumed ispxesumfcithat presumedthat presunidthat
that hewas Celling the truth Working Workingon
on these facts the most plausible theory theoryfa
fa that the men who murdered Tyler Tylerand Tylerand
and Jenkins J nkins were not cattle rustlers by byprofesalon byprofelon b bpiofessIon
profesalon They had come in here to tomeet tome toeet
meet me eet t Currie and have a division of the thespoils thespoils
spoils spoilsAt spoilst spoilsAt
At t the timeof tune of Curries death hIs hfsfather hIsfather hisfather
father eame here from Chadron Neb Nebfind Nebnd Nebftnd
find nd he shoved Doc King one of the themanagers themanagers themanagers
managers of the Webster City Cattle Cattlecompany CattlecomPRDY Cattlecompaty
company letters from rom the son in which
It was told that he intended int nded to remain remainHere remainbere remainhere
Here during the winter Currie has told toldothers toldothers toldothers
others he was w s going out inthe in the spring springWhile springV1tle springWhile
While he was in the Book cliffs he was wasassociated wasassociated wasassociated
associated with Tom Dilley DilJe Joe Rose Roseand Roseand Roseand
and another rustler He worked with withthem withthem withthem
them because he wanted to hide for forthe forthe forthe
the winter All this time he had a cache cacheof
of a large share of the Pacific Express Expressbooty Expressbooty Expressbooty
booty which was to be divided in the thespring thespring thespring
spring Soon after he was killed kllJ ed that thatis thatIs thatIs
is on April 22 three men appeared at atthe atthe atthe
the Webster ebster City Cattle companys companysranch companysranch companysranch
ranch an asked about Currie They The Thetalked
talked to one one of Mr Fullertons em employe employ employqa ¬
ploy quite freely free y about him and the theholdups theholdups theholdups
holdups with which they had been as assoojated assoQjated assocted
soojated They said they were to have havemet havemefblm havemethtm
met mefblm him in the mountains and an when in informed Informed Informed ¬
formed that he was dead they said fur further further further ¬
ther that there was a cache of 6000 in inthe inthe inthe
the mountains which they wanted w nted to tofind tofind toflail
find
Returned From Arizona ArizonaSince ArizonaSim ArizonaSince
Since Sim e then they have not been seen seenBut seenBut seenBut
But last Wednesday three men two twoof twoofdark twoof
of ofdark dark and one of sandy sond complexion complexionpassed complexionthrough complexionIsed
passed through Moab from Arizona ArizonaOne ArizonaOne ArizonaOne
One of the dark men was tall and the theother theother theother
other was of medium medtu height Each Eachwas Eachwas Eacnwas
was about 35 3 years of age The other otherman otherrnan otherman
man P put t < down owi as Cassidy was of good goodbuild goodbuild goodbuild
build about 40 years of age clean cleanshaven cleanshaven cleanahaven
shaven and with sandy hair hairThe hairThe hairThe
The description d rlption fits Butch Cassidy Cassidyand Cassldyand Cassidysad
and the two Jones brothers or Cassidy Cassidyand CassidyaDd Cassidyanti
and Harvey Cuvrie Thy Th same samedescription samed samedCscrlptlon
description d fits the men seen at the thecattle thecattle thecattle
cattle companys ranch r nch on April 22 and andthatgiven andthat andthat
thatgiven that given by Oscar Turner of the men menwho menwho menwho
who passed his ranch Saturday even evening evening evenIng ¬
ing Not only that but Deputy Sheriff SheriffDay SheriffDay
Day and Mert Wade who saw Tyler Tylerand Tylerami
and Jenkins killed give the same de description deacrlptlon description ¬
scription scriptionIt
It is believed the three men who whosought whosought whosought
sought Curries cache were the same sameand samend sameand
and nd that becoming frightened at the themanhunt themnhuntthen themanhuntthen
manhunt mnhuntthen then on fled ed south Gaining Gainingcourage GainIngcourg GainIngcourage
courage lately the they came north again againto
to flnd th the cache They were met by
Tyler and his posse just before or af after aftci ¬
ter t they found the money From the
direction in which they were gobig gol g cat cattlemen catt cattiemen ¬
tlemen t m n are inclined to think they had hadrecovered hadrecovered hadrecovered
recovered the booty bootyMay bcfJtyMay botyMay
May Have Been Five FiveThere FiveThere FiveThere
There are Indications that there were werefive werefive werefive
five outlaws in the gang that killed the I Itwomen
two twomen men In Hill creek canyon canyonThere canyonThere i iThere
There Is a rumor here that two men menwent menj menwent
went back up Hill creek canybi after afterthe i ithe
the shooting s oo 1g and came out over the
divide Into the Green river valley thlr thlrtyflve thirtyfive
tyflve miles m e6 north of here However goweverthe i
the lie several sheriffs here did not think i ithecJue
the thecJue clue strong enough to follow followInquest follrrnInquest
4 Inquest Held HeldAn HeldAn ReidAn
An inquest on the bodies of Tyler TyJer3l1d and
Jenfcins was held here this morning
and the jury returned a verdict that
they came to their death at the hands handsofunknown 1 handsofiznknowfl ands andsot
ofunknown ot unknown parties while in pursuit of ofoutlaws otoutIfLw ofoutIws
outlaws The inquest was presided presidedHammond presidedover presidedover
over by J Jfltice t1ce Hinckley and F B
Hammond HanimondWilUam William Somerville j and L
S Taylor of f Moab M08 b were the jurors
County Attorney J B CorbIn of Grand Grandcounty Grandcomity Grandcouflty
county examined the witnesses and andnothing andnotbjng andnothing
nothing new n new w was tva V brought out for the theproceeding thepro theproeed1ng
proceeding pro eeding was purely formal formalRobert formalRobert formalRobert
Robert Fullerton who with Doc
King KJn brought in the t e bodies Sheriff
Preece Pre e who saw them in Hill creek creekandwho creekandwho creekandwho
andwho cleansed the1 the here were ex examined examined cxamhied ¬
amined aminedAfter aminedAfter amhiedAfter
After the remains of the two men menwere menwere menwere
were bought b ught in last night Undertaker
Baittii5teer Bant11 er of Grand GrandJunction Junction who had hadcomfe hadcomt hadeomt
comfe with cofilnsembaimed CofflnSernbalmedthm them The
bodies bo fles were horribly mutilated by pis pistoi plstol
tof and rifle shots Jenkins had ha six sixtQontinuad sixContinued sixQontinued
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Representative Bailey Intro Introdnces Introduces Intro111C6S
dnces Bill B ll in in Conress ConressMEASTJBE CQl1g1essr CQilgressFIXES
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r FIXES FIXESMEASUBE JrrftqJt i P1t J Jc
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MEASTJBE ME UB IS ISJ3ACxEDj JBACKEDjBY BACKED BY YLWE YLWEs LIfE LIfEProvisions LIVESTOCK
s STOCK OCK INTBREST rNT RESTS
1 1t 1I
t 4 4Provisions
Provisions Give President P1esi1entPow Power r to toIncrease toIncrease
I Increase the Tariff on n German GermonProductsfu GermanProducts GermanProducts
Products Productsfu in in Betialiationfor t Witfo 1fQF Simi Similar S Similar mil millar ¬
lar Action by That Country CountryAgainst CountrYAgainstUnit CountryAgamst
Against AgainstUnit United dStat dStatVashington States StatesWashington
4 4Washington
Washington May2SrAs May02g As the result of ofconferences ofconferences ofconferences
conferences today between President J JW JI JW JW
W Springer of Denver D nver oTthe 6 the National N NationalLivestock t onaI onaILivestock
j I Livestock association oclatim and an members of ofcongress ofcongres ofcongress
congress relative rfll tiy to th German meat meatInspection meatinspection meatinspection
Inspection bill the folkr folirng lng ng bill was wasintroduced wasin wasintroduced
introduced in trod uced In thehouse the house of representa representatives r presen presentatives ta tatives ¬
tives by Representative Bailey of ofTenas ofTe ofTexas
Texas TenasThat Te TexasThat as asThat
That whenever h neYeT the president of the theUnited theII theUnited
United States shall be informed Inform ed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
II the government of the German empire empirehas empirehas empirehas
has passed pa ed a law imjiosingprohibitory inwo inEprohibitory inEprohibitoryduties
duties on meat products which may be beimported beimported beimported
imported Into that country from the theUnited tneUnited theUnited
United States he shall Issue issues aprocla aproclamation a procla proclamation proclamatlon ¬
mation fixing fixin a time wfcfeii hen all articles articlesproduced articl s sproduced sproduced
produced or manufactured d in the Ger German German German ¬
man empire when entered for consump consumption consumption consumption ¬
tion at the ports of the United States Statesshall Statesshall Statesshall
shall pay at duty of 10 per cent in ex excess excess cxcess ¬
cess of the dirties d dities ties Impqped thereon prior priorto
to the thepassqge passage of this actand ct and all such suchproducts suchproducts suchproducts
products and manufactures when so soentered soentered soentered
entered for consumption after gald aid time timefixed timefixed timefixed
fixed by the president presld nt shall shaUpay pay such suchincreased suchin suchlncreased
increased in reased duties dutiesThe dutiesThe dutiesThe
The bill was was referred to the ways and andmeans andmeans andmeans
means committee and Mr Springer Springersaw r rsaw
saw members memb s of that committee cQni Ittee with witha
a view to urging early action actionDiscrimination flQtlQnDiscrimiriation flttiQnDiscrimination
Discrimination Against Stock StockHe StockHe StockHe
He said a to to the measure measure The Nar Nartional Na NatloIal NaUcinal
tional Livestock Liv tock association is the thelargest thelorg thelargest
largest lorg st organization of its kind in the theworld theworld theworld
world representing repr nting over rGOOOOOJOQ rGOOOOOJOQand COPQOO009and
and with it are fedprate on on this sub subject subject subJect ¬
ject the American Short Horn Ho Breed Breeders Breeders Breeders ¬
ers association the th National Hereford HerefordBreeders HerefordBreeders HerefordBreeders
Breeders association and some some hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred livestock Hvesto k organizations orgnnizatlonsVr Wf feel feelthat feelthat feelthat
that the livestock industry is singled singledout sIngledout sIngledout
out out by the German empire e for direct directdiscrimination directdlscriminati directdiscriminatiOn
discrimination n and all the stock stoclepeople stoclepeoplewitt people peoplewill
will feel the effect of su sq ich li action They Theyfeel TheyfecI Theyfeel
feel too that the time has come for the theallied theallied theallied
allied stock interests Inte b3 of the th United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States hto to steak out in no uncertain uncertaintones Uncertaintones uncertaintones
tones and they hope to direct the at attention attention attention ¬
tention of congress and the gpvernment gpvernmentto gc > vernment vernmentto
to the situation All the livestock states statesare statesare statesare
are deeply interested In what Is being beingdone beingdone beingdone
done and are desirousof having ade adeouate adeQuate adequate
Quate measures adopted lU1o > ted to overcome overcomethis ovOrcomethis
this discrimination discrImination liy Germany GermanyCloves I IeQle
4 o oCloves eQle eQleCloves
Cloves Nomination 9onnrmed 9onnrmedWashington Confirmed ConfirmedWashington ConfirmeWashington
Washington May Ma 28 TheSenate T1ie enate to today today today ¬
day confirmed the nomination nomJnaUonl of J JClove JClove i
Clove to be postmaster at Provo City I IUtah
Utah UtahTHE UtahTHE UtahTHB I
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Eclipse Seen With Success SuccessPursuing UCCCS5f UCCCS5fPursuing ucceasPursuing
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i Elevenryearold Eleve yearold Boy Is Shot Sh ShotThrougi ShotThrougia Througfr Througfrj
j a iLung LungTwo Two Girls Escape by
Leaping Lea ing Into a ClosetsShooting Closetshootn ClosetshootnMayBe C1osetShooffnMay
May MayBe Be ChaptemnFendU ChapterdnF 1d 1dI 1dAnoka d dI V VAnoka I
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I Anoka Minn M nn May 28 28WhUEf While Wil William WUlam Wil11am ¬
liam Wise a larmer living tenmiles tenmilesnorth ten mIles mIlesnorth milesnorth
north of here was playing cards with withhis withhIs withhis
his wife and four children at athome home last lastnight lastnigit
night nig t shots were fired through the thewindow theI thewindow
I window from a shotgun and a Winches Winchester ¬
I ter rifle William Wise jr jr7 7 years old oldwas oldwas oldI
I was instantly killed James 11 1 years yearsold yearsold
t old was shot through the right lung
William Vise sr 33 years t of > f age was wasshot wasshot I II
shot in the right shoulder from behind behindten behindten
I ten buckshot entering his body bod r He Is Isparalyzed Isparalyzed isparalyzed
paralyzed and will die Mrs Wise Wisewas Wisewas
was shot in the back and will die dieAliza dieAliza dieAliza
I Aliza and Martha artha the daughters es escaped escaped ¬ I Icaped
caped by jumping Into a closet closetIt clOsetIt
It Is not yet known who did the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting The Wise family had ho < recent ¬
ly moved here from Wisconsin where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they are said to have been Involved in ina ina Ina
a feud Theyhad They had also had SOfI1e some liti litigation Iltigation hitigation ¬
gation since coming to Minnesota MinnesotaSLEEPING l1innes MinnesotaSLEEPING ta taSLEEFING
SLEEPING CAR BOBBED BOBBEDOne ROBBEDOne BOBBEDOne
One Man Relieves Passengers of ofTheir ofTheir ofTheir
Their Valuables ValuablesKansas ValuablesKansas ValuablesKansas
Kansas City May 28 28A A Star ape spercial speclaf apeciaI
cial claf from fro Falls City Neb says aysthe aysthepassengers the thepassengers thepassengers
passengers passengers on onthe the sleeping car oftrain oftrainNo oftr of train trainNo in inNO
No 1 on the Missouri PacIfic Pad c which whichleft whichleft hich
Ilcft left Kansas City eit last night at it 925 925were 925were 925were I i
were robbed this morning between here hereand hereand
and Stella by a lone highwayman hig wayman who whocompelled whocompeJIed whocompelled j
compelled the porter at theppint of ofa od odn ofa T
a revolverto revolver to proceed and aid himHe him himHe himHe
He had to work fast as he lul1ad ad only onlyI
I from ten to fifteen minutes mlnut S before beo e the thetrain th thetrain
train should slaik sln k up a mile east of ofStella ofStella ofStella
Stella There he jumped off keeping
the passengers back at the th point of
his revolver and escaped escapedThere escapedThere <
There were not many passengers pas engers In
the sleeper and he did not get much
Traveling Auditor S U Sprague and
Attorney J W Orr of the th thetlssourj J Missouri
Pacific gave up their watches pocket pocketi
books and passes A J FleQerlqk a I
Kansas i City traveling salesman re resisted
sisted the robbers demand to t surren surrender J
der his valuables and the thela latter ter fired firedj
a shot at him The bullet grazed gracedFredericks grazedFredericks
Fredericks head and was Imbedded 1mbeddediin lthbsddein
in the window frame frameThe J 1 j
The robber was a young min man seem seemingly seemingIY seemingly ¬
ingly well we 11 educated five feet flair flfft r inch inchOs nch nches
es tail weighing 180 pounds anil jg3 4Vfaar 4Vfaarinca wear wearing Wearlag ¬ j
lag inca a a white mask He was evidently evidentlyan j
an amateur amateurBurglars amateurBurglars amateurBurglars i
Burglars Steal From Bank BankKansas BankKansas BatikKansas
Kansas City May 2S 28A AStarvsp AStarvspcial Sterspb Sterspbclal btrspe btrspeclal
clal trom SturgeonMo Sturgeon < Mo says saysBurglars sayS
Burglars opened the th safe ofthe of the h gSlark larl
Exchange bank last night secured seO redc
80 8000 in currency and escaped The
bank carried 2000 OOO btirglar insurance instiranceDNAMITE I IDYNAMrr
DYNAMITE U UNDER DER CAR CARTwo CARTwo iLR j 1 1Two
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Two Officers Seriously HurtlingF HU A + n rthe rtheWreck the theWreck theWreck j
Wreck 4 4St if tc tcSt 1 1St >
St Louis Lo is May 28 28A A car carfontaine on ort 1ie Jie Belle eiIe eiIefontBine i ifontelne
fontelne line of the Transit company comPany was wasjjartlj wnsrtl waspartl
jjartlj rtl wrecked by an explosion exploslonUfp3na exploslonUfp3namItt Jtf dynai dynaimltc ciyna ciynatnltb
mItt placed on the track by unknownpar unk unkiwnpersons wnpar i isons
sons Sons at Newhouse avenue and Twentieth TwepUethstreet iwetjathStreet i istreet
street late this thisafternoon afternoon Offiaers Offia rs rslteel rslteelaln feel feelaind i ialntf
alntf aln and OKeefe who were detailed to toprotect toprotect
protect the car were seriously serIousy1p serlous1jnjured serlous1jnjuredExCommander Injured red j jExCommander
0 0ExCommander
ExCommander of G A B RDies RDiesMlnheap Dies DiesMinneapolis DiesMinheapoIa
Minneapolis Mlnheap Us Minn 1I1 n May 28 28ttid SJddgeJohn Judge eJohn John
P Rea coinmanderinchiof ommander inchi f of the th G < Av A
R In 18878 died at his home tonight tonightfrom topi tonightfrom ht htlrom
from a disease pronounced hardenlngvof hardenlngvofthe hard n1 1g of ofthe
the brain i I
ECLIPSE Sft SftWITH SEEN SEENtNITHSUCCESS
WITH tNITHSUCCESS SUCESS SUCESSOlear
4 4Clear
Clear Skies Give Astrono Astronomers Astr Astrono1fbis nio niomars ¬
mars Rare Opportunity OpportunityPHOTOGRAPHS OlJportunityPH 0p101ttlllityPHOTOGRAPHS
C
PHOTOGRAPHS PH TOGRAPHS ARE AREMADE ARElIADE AREMADE
MADE AT MANY POINTS POINTSx POINTSSliaclow POIN S St SSlindov
4 4Shadow t
x
Shadow Leaps Suddenly in inFront il1Front inFront
Front of Sun SunTwilight Sunt
t 4Twilight
Twilight T light Hue Succeeds for a a Short ShortTime ShortTime ShortTime
Time During Which Birds Go to toBdost toRoostDusk toBiostDusk
Bdost RoostDusk Dusk is Dissipated by bya
a Flash of Light LightSeen Seen by Mc MeKinley McKinley McKlnley
Kinley Scientists and Boyalty BoyaltyPlanet RnyaltyPlanet ItoyaltyPlanet
Planet Eros is Rediscovered Rediscov r d at atChamberlain atChamberlain atChamberlain
Chamberlain Observatory ObservatoryWashington ObservatoryWashington I IWaslUngton
+
Washington May 28 28Advlces Advices re received rec rec ¬
ceived c rved at the the naval observatory obser fory from fromits fromits fromIts
its agents In various points In the south southshow southshow southshow
show that favorable weather prevailed prevailedfor
for f r observing the suns s ns eclipse today todaythat todayt11at todaythat
that the contact occurred very close to toschedule tos tos
schedule s time and that the programme programmearranged programmearram programmearranged
arranged arram ed was carried out without a ahitch ahft ahitch
hitch hft n Three Thr eDartfes parties were sent out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from the observatory viz One to Pine Pinehurst Pinehurst Pinehurst
hurst N C in charge of Professor ProfessorAaron ProfessorAaron ProfessorAaron
Aaron N Skinner one to Barnesville BarnesvilleGa
Ga in charge of Professor < Milton Up Updsgraff UPdegraff Updograff
dsgraff and one to Griffin Ga In Incharge incharge
charge of Professor Stlmson J Brown BrownThe Brownrhe BrownThe
The eclipse arrived just a few seconds secondsahead secondsahead secondsahead
ahead of scheduled time but the irreg irregularity irregularity Irregclarity ¬
ularity was so slight that an ordinary ordinaryobserver ordinaryobServer ordinaryobserver
observer could co d not have discovered it itThe t tJ1he t tTh
The Th trained star gazers claim that the thecontact thecohtct thecontact
contact came from five to eight seconds secondsbefore secondsbetore secondsbeore
before it was due hut the difficulty of oftelling ofteIllng oftelling
telling just when the actual contact contactbegan
began was so great because of a cloud cloudwhich cloudwhich cloudwhich
which passed thrfl th even they cannpt cannotquite cannptquite cannptquite
quite agree among themselves They Theydo Theydo Theydo
do agree however that It was one of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th most remarkable predictions in the thehistory thehl thehi6tory
history hl tory of astronomy It being 1 ei 1g doubtful doubtfulif doubtfulisever
if i isever ever before the time of the arrival arrivalof
of an eclipse was so accurately an announced announced announced ¬
nounced in advance advanceCircles advanceC4cles advanceCircles
Circles Become Crescents CrescentsMr CrescentslIr
Mr Boeger who watched wat heq through lnr uglifhe uglifhetwentysbcinch the thetwentysixinch thetwentysixinch
twentysixinch Instrument took par particular particuiar
ticular pains aihs to see whether the other oth otherphenomena r rphenomena
phenomena promised that is caused by byth bythe
the th suns rays falling through the theIeaves theleaves
leaves of trees was present 1 > resent and he hewas hewas
was rewarded for his pains With an anvun anun anuniadowdc1
vun un uniadowdc1 hadowed sun the rays ra vs streaming
through thr ghlfaves leaves produce pro eJ1tt1 little circles of ofJighton ofiight
JIght Jighton on the ground beneath While WhilethE Whileth
th thE > shadow was on the sun su today to ay Mr MrBofger MrBo MrBo
Bofger Bo ger found that these circles were werechanged werech werechanged
changed ch nged to crescents crescentsUnofficial cre1OentsUnqfficial crehoentsUnqificlal
Unofficial reports which have reached reachedWashington reJS reahedWashington ed edWashington
Washington indicate that the eclipse eclipsewas ecllpswas e lIpse lIpsewas
was visible to toa a greateror grM1U ror less degree degreein
in its entire path of totality totalityTwo totalityTwo
Two Notable Discoveries DiscoveriesThe
The two most notable features of f the theday theday theday
day were the discovery by Professor ProfessorLord ProfessorLord
Lord of Ohio State University who be believes behieve ¬
lieves he obtained results that tend to toprove topzove
prove pIovethat that the mysterious matter m tter which whichforms whIchforms whichforms
forms the corona is to be found also in inthesolar inthe inthe
thesolar the soar prominences and the exist existence existence eiistence ¬
ence of protuberances on the sun as asreported asreported
reported by Professor Pickering of Har4 Har Harv Haryard
yard v rd What constitutes the gaseous gaseouselement gaseouselement gaseouselement
element surrounding the sun however howeverhas howeverhas howeverhas
has not been determined determinedArrangements determinedArrangements determinedArrangements
Arrangements Are ArePerfect ArePerfectBarneaville Perfect PerfectBarnesville PerfectBarn
Barnesville Barn esvlll e Ga May 28 28Amid Amid a aperfect aperfect aperfect
perfect arrangement of detail with withgood withgood wfthgood
good weather conditions and without withouthindrances withouthindrances withouthindrances
hindrances or defects to prevent suc success succeSs suecess ¬
cess ceSs the varying phases of the solar solareclipse solarecllpse solareclipse
eclipse were observed by the govern government government
ment astronomers at the United States Statesobservatory Statesobservatory Statesobservatory
observatory station here today
The T e photographic work was unus unusually unusually unusually ¬
ually successful five cameras includ including including includIng ¬
ing twenty exposures all ot which are arebelieved arebelieved arebelieved
believed to be good The large pho photoheliograph photohellograph photoheliograph ¬
toheliograph produced produc I three perfect perfectnegatives perfectnegatives perfectnegatives
negatives and one flash negative just justas justas justas
as totality to aUty ended endedProfessor endedIrofessr endedProfessor
Professor Milton Updegraff director directorof
of the station here expressed himself himselfas
as entirely satisfied with the days dayswork dayswork dayswork
work workThe workCDhe workThe
The first contact was noted oh on the thecomputed thecoinutedtlme thecomputed
computed coinutedtlme time As the phase of com complete com completo cornpleth ¬
plete totality approached every ry man manwas manwas manwas
was in his place and nothing could be beheard beheard beheard
heard in the observatory but the meas measured measu measused ¬
used u ed beats of the chronometers through throughthe throughth throughthe
the th electric Sounder At the expected expectedminute expectedminute expectedminute
minute the corona flashed flaghel l out m in dou double doublefanlikeform do doble ¬
ble blefanlikeform fanlike form of great beauty Sev Sev6ral SevrnlsoJar Sevtal
6ral rnlsoJar tal solar prominences were were distinctly di6tlnctbobseryed distinctlyobserved
uuaufveu observed uii on both LKJLII the tiie luiiuwing following anu anuadvancing and andadvancing andadvancing
advancing limb Those on the ap approa appreaching
preaching proa hlngllmb limb however wer6 wer more moredistinct moredistinct moredistinct
distinct and continuous The Thecor corona coronaextended na naextended
extended about half a degree degreefrm fiwm mtne mtnesuns the thesurfs thesuns
suns limb in the direction of the theeclipse theecl1pie theecl1pe
eclipse with streamers plainly visible visibleThe visibleTh visibleTha
The Th darkness was not great nor were werethe werethe vere verethe
the streamers as distinct as JJ hoped for forSees forSees forSees
Sees the Planet Eros ErosDenver ErosDenver ErosDenver
Denver Colo Cob May 23 23Whlle While Pro Professor Professor Prqfessor ¬
fessor H A A Howe was waiting waitlI1g this thismorning thismorning thIsmorning
morning about 2 oclock in the Cham Chamberlain ChamberlaIn Chantberlain
berlain observatory for the sun to torise toriseand rise riseand riseand
and the eclipse to begin he made one i iof I Iof
of the most Important observations of ofCt oftheyear ofthe
theyear the year the rediscovery of thepJan thepJanet the plan planet
et Eros This tiny planet which was wasdiscovered wasdiscoered wasdiscovered
discovered only onl two years ago at the theBerlin theBerli theBerlin
Berlin Berli observatory has been looked for forsince forsince farsince
since last September the time when whenaccording whenaccording whenaccording
according to calculations it should shouldemerge shouldemer shouldemerge
emerge emer from behind the sun Astrono Astronomers Astronomers Astronomets ¬
mers air over the world have havebeen havebeenscanning been beenscanning
scanning the skies for it but without withoutsuccess withoutsuccess
I
success SUCCtS8Pr successProfessor
Professor Pr Cessor Howe discovered the plan planet planetnwarthe I
et nsarvthe first point of Aries AriesAccording AriesA AriesAccording
According A cordlng to Professor Howes obser observatwns obscrvatI observatlons
vatwns vatI mJ ofthe of the eclipse the first tltstcontact tltstcontactoc contact contactoccurred contaqiocslured
oc occurred nred at 5 oclock 44 minutes mth tes 226 226seconds 226seconds 226aeconds
seconds and the last contact at 7 7ocjock 7ocJock 7ocjock
ocjock 37 minutes and 349 seconds secondsTJhfs secondshtS secQndshIh
TJhfs + htS showed an error in the calcula calculations calculations ¬ I
tions of f the nautical almanac which whichgav whichgavcthe
gav gavcthe the time ot the first contact as
5 oclock 44 minutes and 251 seconds secondsand secondsandthe
and andthe the last contact at 7 oclock 39 39minutes 3 3minutes
minutes and S3 seconds secondsSeen secondsSeen
v Seen at Lick Observatory ObservatoryJttI
jDfail JttI 1 Observatory Cal May 2S sPro sProifes Pro Proi i
i ifes esspHKeeler esKeeler Keeler director of the Lick ob observatbry Obs ohs
servatbry s s rv rttory tory stated today that the theob theobservatipn ob ober ohervatjpn
servatipn er t1Qn of the eclipse from Mount MountHamilton MountHamilton
HamJIton Hamilton had been successful The Thejnain TheI
jnain j I ain observation obpervation b erntion party of the Lick ob observatory observ observator ¬
servatory serv servator tory is at Thomastown Ga GaOnly GnOnly GaOnly
Only Partial at Berkeley BerkeleyBerkeley BerkeleyBrkeley BerkeleyB
Berkeley B fkel Y Cal May 28 28T 2STh4 The liart liarte partial partialecllpse partiaLe >
ecllpse e HR Ip e of the sun was observed ob obscrvedthis obscrvedthismorning er fthis fthismornIng this thismorning
morning at the students observatory observatdryof
of oft the o University of ofCaliforrtl California by Pro ProContinued PrpContinued rp rpContinued
Continued on OIrPage onPhgO2j Page 2r 7 0
ROBERTS IS 18 MilES MilESFROM MILESFROMJOHNNESBURC
FROM FROMJOHNNESBURC FROMJOHNNESBURCDrives JOHANNESBURG JOHANNESBURGt
t
Drlv Drives sth tK 1h 4Demoralized D moralizefl Burgher Army in inFront Front Fronttif D Df
tif f 1 Him im From One Position to Another AnotherFrenchanttJIamiltonEn Anotherf AnotherFrench
> i iFrench
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FrenchanttJIamiltonEn French and i diHamilton Hamilton Engaged a ed in Battle BatHeResult Result Not ot Yet YetI YetKnownBo YetKnownBoers
>
I Known KnownBo Boers rs Reported in Panic i
Cape Town May ay 28 28It It is rumored rumoredhere rumoredhere rumoredhere
here that General Genefaf French has cut thf thfBoer th thBoer thBeer
Boer communications communlcation between Heidel Heidelberg Heidelberg Heidelberg ¬
berg and Bokaburg within a few miles milesof mUesof milesof
of Johannesburg JohannesburgLondon Johannesb JohannesburgLondon rg rgLongon
London May M 8lIidnighlThe y 28 Midnight The war waroffice waroffice waroffice
office Just before b 9re midnight published publishedthe publishedthe
the following folIowlngdlspatch dispatch from Lord Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts
erts ertsKlip
Klip RiverTrans River Tram1aal sraal May 28 526 526p 52
p m mWe We marched m rched twenty miles today todayand todayapd todayand
and apd are are noweighteen now eighteen ighte n miles from Jo Johannesburg Johannesburg Johannesburg ¬
hannesburg The The enemy had prepared preparedseveral prp8rtd preparedseveral
several positions PSlIO S where whe re they intended intendedto
I to oppose us but they abandoned one oneafter oneafter oneafter
after the otheras other we neared them themWe themWe themWe
We pressed them so hard that they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had only just time to get their five fiveguns fiveguns fiveguns
guns into train trainand and to leave as a fjodn fjodnas fJdn fJdnas fiodnas
as some of the Westralian Westralan infantry infantrydashed infantrydashed Infantrydashed
dashed intb it itFrenchs it IL ILFreuiOhs
Frenchs Fren h ajidIan amlIan aji lIan Hamiltons amltons forces forcesare for forcesare
are apparently I engaged with the en enemy enemy enemy ¬
emy about ten miles mie to our left lef as a fir firing firIng firIng ¬
ing Ing has been heard since noon noonH noonuH noonH
uH H J Whlgamhas Wlgam Whig mhas has just returned to toLourenzo toLourenzo toLourenzo
Lourenzo Marques from Pretoria Pretoriawhere Pretoriawhere Pretoriawhere
where he went disguised dsgised He wired wiredthat wiredthat wiredthat
that Kruger has all the arrangements arrangementsmade arrngements arrngementsmade arrangementsmade
made for rr 0 flight fght presumably to Hol Holland Holland Holand ¬
land A special spechl train provisioned is isalways isalways isalways
always ready to tost steam am up upThe upI upThe
The train waits some some distance dIstanc from fromPretoria fromPretoria fromPretoria
I Pretoria PretoriaThe PretoriaThe PretoriaThe
The farmers t8rmers arrners near our line lne of ad advance advance ¬
I vance are areurrenderng surrendering with their arms armsand armsI armsand
I and 4nd horses horsesRundle horsesRundle
Rundle occupied ocupIed Senekal on May
I 24 No report of what took place has hasreached hasreached hasreached
reached me yet yetThe yetThe
The he Morning MO rning post Post ost has the following followingdispatch foIowlng foIowlngdispatc followingdIspatci
dispatch from Lourenzo Marques Marque dat dated dated dated ¬
ed Monday MondayPresident MondayPresidet MondayPresiUcot
President Presidet Kruger Krger has issued a pub public publt publie ¬
lie lt proclamation procJamaUoI warning all people to toleave toleave toleave
leave Johannesburg or ortO to o remain there thereat thereat thereat
at the peril perlif of their lives lves as it i may maybecome maybecome maybecome
become necessary necessar to o destroy the town townand townand townand
and the mines minesThe minesThe
J The Lourenzo Marques corraspond corraspondI
ent of the Times telegraphing Mon Monj Monday
i I j day says saysCommandant Stys StysCommandnt saynCommandant telegphing
II
f Commandant Commandnt General Botha con conI consuited
I I suited the Transvaal government gvernment a few fewj
j days ago and in the strongest terms termsi termsurged termsurged
i urged capitulation cnpiuaton recognizing recg izing that tha the thestruggle j
j struggle strggle is utterly uterly hopeless hopel s Neither Neitherpersuasion Neiter Neiterpersnasion Neitherpersuasion
persuasion nor norhe the liberal use of the thesjambok thesjambok
sjambok can induce Ituce thejmftn thqi < to stand standSteyn 3tl staitdSteyn
Steyn St yn Is fsequaly equally emphatic emphatc for pejioe p pb pCebut pejioebut
but b t Kruger Kl ger is still tI obdurate obdurte The Thestrong Thestrong Thestrong
strong feeling eelng of the Pretoria Pretoia peace peaceparty peaceparty
party however how ver may at any moment momentcarry momentcarr momentcarry
carry carr the point pointWhile Iolnt IolntWhie pointWhile
While Whie the reports of a possible posible bor border border border ¬
der conflict between the Boers and andPortuguese andPortuguese
Portuguese Portugese are not credited here the theuneasiness theuneainess theuneasiness
uneasiness uneainess of local officials ofcials continues continuesAll contnue
All Al sorts of sensational sensatonal rumors are areafloat ae aeafloat areafloat
afloat The latest is of the hauling haulingdown haulng haulngdown haulingdown
down of ofthe the Portuguese flag at the thePortuguese thePortuguese
Portugese
Portuguese Portugese consulate in Pretoria Pretoria The TheBoers TheI TheBoers
Boers are undoubtedly und QU bted lY strengthening strengtheningtheircommandos stren strengtheningtheir gthenlng gthenlngtheir
I theircommandos their commandos On the border borderAccording borderAccording borderAccording
According to toa a special speci l dispatch from fromLourenzo fromLourenzo fromLourenzo
Lourenzo Marques there are 900 Boers Boersin Boersih Boersin
in the Portuguese border borderTransvaal borderTransva borderTransvaal
Transvaal Transva is Demoralized Demoralized DemoralizedH
H J Whigam in a dispatch to the theDaily theDaJy theDaily
Daily DaJy Mail MaJ dated May 28 2 says saysThe says saysThe saysThe
The demoralization demoraUzton of the Transvaal Transvaalis Transaal Transaalis
is remarkable Panic and confusion confusionof confusionprevails
prevaJs prevails evcrywiere everywhere Everyone Is weary wearyof wearyof
of the war r and full ful of fear fea as a to the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming of the British BrItsh Operations Opertons were werebeing werebeing
i being carried on for encircling encirclng Pretoria Pretoriawith Pretoriawith
with carrie4 telegraphic telegaphic communications communicationsFourteen communlcotons communlcotonsFourteen communicationsFourteen
Fourteen points in the line of defenses defenseswere defenss defensswere defenseswere
and andwith andwith andwith
were connected with headquarters rs
with the staats artillery rtiery but this ap apparently apparenty apparently ¬
parently parenty was the thteonly only defensive mess measure me messure ¬
ure adopted There were no other visi visible visible vlsible ¬
ble preparations preparationsNot reparatons reparatonsNot
Not much gold gol l is likely lkely to be found foundin foundI
in the treasury The salaries of the theofficials theofficials theofficials
officials and judges have not been ben paid paidor pid pidhave
or have been paid only Q IY in national natonal bank banknotes banknotes banknotes
notes which will wi be worthless when whenLord whenLord whenLord
Lord Roberts arrives arriv s The seat of gov government government government ¬
ernment will wi be removed to Waterval Watervalbovan Watervalbovan
bovan a small smal station staton on the Delagoa DelagoaBay DelngoaBay DelagoaBay
Bay railway raiway line lic i1eand and Iid then if i necessary necessaryto ncceary nccearyto
to Lydenburg LydenburgDislike LydenbUrg LydenbUrgIis1ke LydenbargDislike
Dislike Iis1ke the Plank Flak Movements MovementsBoth MovementsBoth MovementsBoth
Both President PresIden Steyn teyn and President PresidentKruger PresidentKruger rel ent entKruger
Kruger complain com complain1jtterly lahrQjterl bjtterly of Lord Rob Roberts Roberts ¬
erts ertsunrr unlaTr tactics tctQ In refusing to meet meetthe
the t Boers B fS In ilr positions posion1 chosen by them themand
and movements movementsAround movementsAround in n eternally eernaly turning them by flank fank fankmovemnts flankmovements
Around Johahnesbura Jo1ann Jbhithn 1 sburg a few fewtrenches fewtren fewtrenches
trenches tren hes have h Y Ween le le n dug but no other otherSteps othersteps othersteps
Steps have been baenaen bebntnen taken for defense The Therailway Theraiway Therailway
railway raiway line lre is blocked bocked with refugees refugeesfEOiri refugeesfroth
froth f10m the west ah aM southwestwho southwest who are arepacked are arepackcd arepacked
packed like Ike aardihfes aardli s in trucks trucksThe trucksThe trucksThe
The government goyerment is no nw endeavoring endeavoringto endevoring endevoringto
to reassure the be public pubJct Sy telling telng them themthat themthat themthat
that the British Brtsb will winot not outrage outr and andplunder andplundet
plunder them but iut t it Is s too late The Theprevious Theprevious
previous misstatements are bringing
their rewards wards Food Fod is very scarce and andprices andprices andprices
prices rule rul high highThe highThe i iThc <
The proposal to release releae the British Britishprisoners Britsh Britshprisoners Britishprisoners
prisoners of war is isdu due to this cause causeMembers cus causeMembers
Members of the government and of the theYolksraad theVolksraad theyolksraad
lembers
Yolksraad express expr s5 approval a proval of the pro proposal proposal ¬
posal oal but President pre Sid ent Kruger K r is violently violentlyopposed violenty violentyopposed violentlyopposed
opposed to it 14 14Wil 1tWill gr
Will Wil Lay L y Infernal Ifernal Itifernal Machines Machnes MachnesOne MachinesOne
One form of Infernal machine which whichmeets whichmeets whichmeets
meets with wih much n1 approval is to be belaid
laId under therails therais df d various va Iou lines lnes A Apressue Apressure
pressure pressue of some some tons weight of the theengine thecnge theengine
engine cnge will wil cause cusa this to tOeplode explode with wIt withmost
most terrific terriq effect efelt Many ManYof Manyof of these ma machines machies machines ¬
chines chies are arebcin being bCingmade made at the arsenal arsenaland anal analand arsenaland
and great get caution1 cnuton will wl have to be em employed employed employed ¬
ployed in neutrallzihg them themThere themThere
neuta1zlig tem temTher
There has been betiadeclded a decided change in inpublic inublc inpublIc
public ublc opinion which has ha become becme quite quiteEnglish quie quieEngJsb quiteEnglish
English EngJsb The burghers on command commandsing cmmand commandsing
sing Goo Got Save ave the Queen and d they theycannot theycannot
cannot be stopped All Al are sick of war warfare wirfare ¬
fare fa In I the e towns the rabid Jabld antiEng antEtg ¬
lish is less rampant rnIp nt People are are think thinking thinkIng thinking ¬
ing of their their property 3he he party eager eagerfor eagerfor eagerfor
for surrender is now nower Very influential influentialand influental influentalnnd Influentialand
and Includes the polltiOal poHU41 leaders at the thefront thefront
front Theintelligeht5public Th j t e IIg eh pubIc feel that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the gamfe4SUp gam gambi up ifFjilS F4lMinews news no longer longerhas longerh2 longerhas
has h2 any an an3ii effecfaiid efecea d the tl tMlylng lying lyng reports of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the newspapers Are tre re universally uJiversaly disbe disbelieved dlsbeHaved disbehieved ¬
lieved Although Alhougn the hand of the cen censor censor censor ¬
sor has been be very veryheavy r heavy on dn news newsof of all allkinds al allkindi
kinds recently very one one believes beleves the theworst theworst theworst
worst worst worstWill t tWill LWil
Will Wil Agitate Agit te In InAmerica InAmericaThe America AmericaThe AmericaThe
The government g ern ntha has arranged to tocontinue tocontnue tocontinue
continue contnue theagitatibn the agitaton agitatlbiv against the theBritish theBritsh theBrItish
British Britsh occupation o up iQn pfthc f jthe the two twoIfDub twoIfDublctn reoub rcnubhot reoublict
hot lctn on n the tla continent contneIfof of Europe in inGreatBrltainandinrthe inBr inGreatBritana
GreatBrltainandinrthe GreatBritana Br alnand di < in7the fhe United States StatesGreat Sttes SttesGreat StatesGreat
Great efforts e prts areJo areo be made in this di dirertirtn directcn directiOn
rertirtn rectcn and af noexpense no iXense expense will wIl be be spared
I have excellent excelent rn reasons for believing bllYin bllYinthat beliei n nthat
that the Bewaarplastsen Bewarpatn rights rJht have havebeen ha havebeen y ybee
been bee sold sld to a French F nch syndicate syndiate with without without without ¬
out the sanction scton of the te volksraad valksrad The Thegovernment TIegovernment Thegovernment
government hopes hop by this means to tobring 10bring i o obring
bring about French Frech intervention interventon f fir firthe ir irthe r rthe
the protection protecton ofFrench of Frenc rights ri h8 in the theWitwatersrand theVlw theWitivatersrand
Witwatersrand and thus to
Vlw trsrnd caue causeEngland caueEngland caueEngland
England grave ve difficulties difficultiesThe ditcuIUe dililcurtiesThe
The conduct cnduct of United Unitd States Sttes Con Consul Consul Consul ¬
sul Hay is admirably discreet disret and andmeets andmeet andmeets
meets meet with universal universl praise pras alike alke from fromBoer fromBoer fromBoer
Boer and British BritsJ sympathizers sympathizersBotha Bynbatizer syrniathizersBotha
Botha Pleads Plead With Rruger RrugerAnother EnugerAnother ger gerAnother
Another dispatch dispath from Lourenzo LourenzoMarques Lourenz LourerizoMarques
Marques Maue says say General Goerl Louis Luis Botha Bothais Both Bothis
is at Pretoria Pretoro urging urgng President Prdent Kruger Krugerto Kru er erto
to arrange arrnge peace pa terms tes Runaway
bttrghers brgheq from frm Laings Llns Nek passed passedthrough passedthough passedthrough
through though Heidelberg Hdelb last la week week Wound Wounded Wounde ¬
ed e officials otcias with wt their families famies are lea leain v ving vlug
lug in Johannesburg ohnneburg and Pretoria Pretria for forLydenbnrg forLydenbn f r rLydenburg
Lydenbnrg Lydenbn President Steyn S ey occupies occupiesthe 0UPe8 0UPe8the oeeupiesthe
the house of a British Brtsh resident reident at Pre Pretoria Pntrla Prttorla ¬
toria toriaPassengers trla
Passengers Pangr arriving at Lourenza LourenzaMarques Lurenza LourenzaMarques
Marques Monday Monda from Pretoria say it itwas itwa itwas
was wa believed beleve there that the British Britishwould Britihwould Britishwould
would not be b at the capital capitl for a amonth a amonth
month Nevertheless Nevertheles there was wa much muchunrest n1uchunret muchunrest
unrest unret and anxiety anxietyThe aniet anxietyThe
The Times Time publishes publihe the te following followingfrom tolowinl followingfrom
from Newcastle Newcte dated dat Sunday Sundayour Sunay Sunayour
our hundred Boers are advancing advanrinirtoward advancnJ advancingtoward
toward towar Dundee There Is no fear t ar that thatour thatau thatour
our au communication comunicatio will wi be cut cutOath cutOath cutOath
Oath Prescribed Frescrbed By BuUer BuUerThe BuilerThe Buer BuerThe
The following folowing is I the oath which whih Sir SirRedvers SirRedvers SirRedvers
Redvers Buller Buter administers aministr to rebels rebelsI rebls reblsI
I I a British Brltsh subject subjt do hereby swear swearthat sWt swarthat < r rthat
that I was wa forced tore by the queens Quens ene enemies enemie onetales ¬
tales mie to take up arms ar against aginst her hermajestys hermatys hermajestys
majestys matys troops I now hand in my myhorse myhors myhorse
horse hors rifle and ammunition ammuniton and if ifpermitted ifperited Ifpermitted
permitted perited I will wi proceed proe direct to my myfarm myfar m mfarm
farm far and remain there tre as a loyal lo al Brit British BritIsh BritIsh ¬
ish subject subjct until untl her he majestys maetys pleas pleasure pleasre pleasure ¬
ure re I promise promse not to t communicate communicatewith comunicate comunicatewith
with aid ad or abet her majestys majetys enemies enemiesunder enemiesunder enemiesunder
under penalty pnalt of death deathCarl deathCar deathCarl
Carl Car Cronje Cronj a son Bn of Piet Cronje Cronjesigned Cronit Cronitsigned Croniesigned
signed the declaration delarton but arms were weresubsequently weresubuenty weresubsequently
subsequently subuenty found foun on his hitar hisfarm hisfarmA farm farmA
A dispatch diptch from Mafeking Maeking dated datedMay datdMay datedMay
May 33 says sys the total casualties cualties since sinrethe sincethe sinethe
the commencement Cencement of the siege wore W L re reSG e esell
sell SG Out Outof of fortyfour officers cel twenty twentytwo twenotwo twentytwo
two were wee killed k1e wounded wounde or missing missingand mlin mlinan missinran4
and an 186 U men out of 975 privates prvates weie weiekiHed Wtle WtlekiHe wei e ekilled
killed kiHe < wotmdeg woe or missing missingIn msing msingIn
In the tie house AOI of commons today the thegovernment thegoverntrer tnegoveinnent
government governtrer reported ed negotiations noin notiatiun notiatiunpce i fur furf < r rce
pce ce with W f the te Transvaal Transvaalxhe TnsL TnsLhe TransvalThe
f The he rumor rmr that Johannesburg Johanbrg has hasbeen hasbe ha habeen
been be occupied ocu1 by General Generl French Frenchcoupled Frenchcoupl Frenhcoupled
coupled coupl with the stock exchange excage report reportthat repnrttha reprtthat
that tha the Boers BI had ha agreed agred to surrender surrenderunconditionally surender surenderuncnditonly surrenderunconditionally
unconditionally uncnditonly served considerably consierably to toimprove toImprove toImprove
improve the Kaffir Katr market mket this after afternoon afer afernon afternoim ¬
noon nooni non nonSLGHT noimsLIGET
i SLIGHT SLGHT TBOTTBLE TROUDL BOB JOR BUNDLE BUNDLEBoers RUDL RUDLoer BUNDLEBoers
Boers oer Are Driven Drven From Fom Senecal Sene By a aPew a aPew
Pew Shells ShellsSenecal Shes ShesSnec ShellsSenecal
Senecal Snec Sunday Sundy May jIay 27 27General 27GeneralRundle 27GeneralRundle General GeneralRundle
Rundle with wit artillery artier the yeoman yemanry yemanryad yeomanryand iy iyand
and ad the Wiltshire Wnthire Middlesex Jiddex and Lt Li Lice8r Lei Leicostar i icester
costar regiments under Major Dalbiac Dalbiachas Dalbiacha Dalbiachas
ce8r regment
has ha occupied ocupie Seneca Sene whence whenc the Boers Boerswere Boer Boorswere
were driven by a a few shells shes A fie fpld fpldcornet 5 id idcornet idcornet
cornet and a number numbr of other Boors Boorswere Bols BolsI Boerswere
were killed killedThe kned knedThe killedThe
I The British BrItsh casualties cuate numbered numberedeleven numbnd numberedeleven
eleven elevenAMERICAN elevenI elevenAMERICAN
I AMERICAN ACA BOY HONORED HONO3EDKruger HONOREDKrge HONOREDKruger
Kruger Krge Sands Private Frvae Car to t School Schoolboy Shool Shoolboy Schoolboy
boy Messenger MessengerDurban M6sener M6senerDurbl MessengerDurban
Durban Durbl Mar M 28 2Jaes 28James James Smith Smih the theAmerican theAerc theAmerican
American Aerc district distict messenger mnger boy by who whois whois whois
is carrying carrln a a message mesa of sympathy sympathyfrom sympathyfrom sympathyfrom
from Philadelphia Phiadlphia and New York school schoolboys shnolbys scheolboys
boys bys to President Predent Krugl Kruger has arrived arrivedat arhd arhdat
at Lourenzo Lurnz Marquez and President PresidentKruger Presidfnt PresidfntKrger PresidentKruger
Kruger Krger has ba sent snt his private priv te car to con convey convey n nvey ¬
vey him b to t Pretoria PretoriaThe Pretoro PretoriaThe
The Tie French liner Gironde Girnde arrived here heretoday her heretoday
today toay with wit many man e Transvaal Transval refugees refugeesANOTHER reugees reugeesG refugeese refugeesANOTHER
G
ANOTHER COTTON FAILURE FAILURESeymour FAI1URESeyour FAILURESeymour
Seymour Seyour Johnson Johon Co of New York YorkClose YorkCose YorkClose
Close Cose Doors DoorsNew Door DoorI DoorsNew
i I New York Yok May My 28 28Seymour Seymour Seyour John Johnson Johni Johnson
i son Co stock sto cotton and grain grainI gain gainI grainbrokers
I I brokers brokrs No 17 Broadway Brodwy announced announcedtheir anlounced anlouncedtheir announcedtheir
their suspension suspnsin on the Nw N w York stock stockexchange stokechane stockexchange
exchange echane and ad cotton cton exchange exchag and the theChicago theChIc theChicago
Chicago ChIc board brd of trade trde this morning morningMr moring moringMr
Mr Johnson made a statement sttement in inwhich inwhlch inwhich
which he said sid Our losses loes are about aboutequally abut abutequaly aboutequally
equally equaly divided in the stock stok and 9 > t tton tton tton
ton markets m ket Leaving loans 10 out of the thesituation thesituation thesituation
j situation our liabilities labites are not likely likelyto lke ly lyto
i to exceed 300000 0 The loans lons if count counted C unt ¬
excee
j I ed among our liabilities labites will wi add d up upanother upI upanother
another 425000 0 They are ar well wel mar margined ma margined 1 ¬
I gined gine and can C be b taken taken care care of ofLike ofLike ofLike
Like Price McCormick Co 0 the thefirm thefir thep thepfirm
firm fir went in for a a wire business buslne5 and andthough andthough andthough
though their conections conectons were not notextensive so soextensive 1 1extensive
extensive they were wer large la The house housedid housedid housedid
did a big commission commision and ad speculative speculativebusiness speculativebusiness
spulathe spulathebuses
j business buses in cotton ctton wheat wht ami stocks stocksIt stokR stokRI
broke them themMORE themOCC themMORE
j It I was wa cotton cton that brke
OCC OCCMORE
I MORE FILIPINOS FIIPINOS YIELD YIELDGeneral YIELDGeneralMacAhu YIELDGeneral
General GeneralMacAhu MacArthur Announces AnounCe Two TwoSurrenders To ToSue TwoSurrenders
Surrenders SurrendersWashington Sue SurrendersWathington er erWaing
Washington Waing May 28 2The 28The The war depart department departt ¬
t ment has received reeived the th following fonoWng cahi cahigram cahiI eahI
I gram gm from frm General Generl MacArthur at Manila Maniladated Mania Maniadte Maniladated
dated dte today toay Three Thre officers o er fiftysix ftyix men menwith mt meiwith
with wih fortysix fortsix rifles rife surrendered surendered uncon unconditionally unconditon unconditionally ¬
ditionally diton ly at Cuyapo yesterday yeteray Throe Throeofficers Throeof Threeofficers
Cuyap
officers of and fortysix men mn with wih liftyfive liftyfiverifles Ityfe Ityferfe liftyfiverifles
rifles rfe surrendered surne unconditionally uncondtonaly today todayat
at Tarlas Trla The Te spontaneous 8ltneu8 surrenders surrendersare surenders surendersare
are very encouraging encouragingNOME encouragingNOME
ver encourn
o 0 0NOM
a
NOME NOM BO BOAT AT IN I DISTRESS DISTRESSSchooner DISTRS DISTRSSchooner DISTRESSSchooner
Schooner Arthur Au B IsTowed ITowe Into IntoHarbor Ito ItoHfbr IntoHarbor
Harbor HarborPort Hfbr HfbrPort HarborPort
Port Townsend May 2S 28The The schoon schooner ihoon ihooner ¬
er Arthur Atur B Captain Ackerlan AckerJ sailing sailingfrom sing singfrom sailingfrom
from Seattle Seatle for Cape CapeNomClast Nome Nom last lat Wed Wednesday Wednesdav Wednesday ¬
nesday was towed in at 11 1 oclock oclok to tonight tonigh tonight1 ¬
night nigh in distress distres She was w fitted fte out outby outby outby
by the ChicagoAlaska ChicagAlaska Commercial Commercialcompany Commercialcomn Commercialcompany
company and eighteen eighten persons prsns were wereaboard wereabrd wereaboard
aboard abrd beside bEsde th the orew orewSeattle orewr cirewr
r r Seattle Satte Wash Wah May 28 28The The steamer steamerSan steamf1 steamerSan
San Bias Bas sailed saie for Cape Nome tonight tonightwith tonightI tonightwith
with 510 and 1800 tons ton
passengers asengers 180 of offreight offreight offreight
I freight She was advertised advertsed for the thetrade te tetrade thetrade
trade for the first firt time me two weekfr week age IG

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