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1 I SALT > LAKE J OIPY PTA EA f MONDAY MmmAY JIJNE 27 1904 t It gets results 1t i
JAPANESE FLEET AGAIN AGAINHUMBLES AGAINHUMBLES
HUMBLES HUMBLESTHE THE RUSSIAN RUSSIANSrftk RUSSIANSSil1ik
Sink > itii 6 BatttMiip Wp and DisaWi DisaWiDesperate Dtsa Thr4e Thre MEta MEtaDP m mDesperate
Desperate DP Attack AtttekDaetar AttackDecey 7 7Deeey
Daetar Tton M 0 t Sea S While Torped T rpeda ftotts Chut Chuct hwTheir TTwm ftt k k14evy < k kI
I CwrfmiM ct IHIId tnd Disertier Wife Stvere rlI rlI1Iea1 Lw LwHetvy
Hetvy Ctsutttto ea1IItftH ea1IItftHi ea1IItftHi CIuLIUi1O EUportsd sd sdL6floJune i r rLondon i
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + i + + + + + + f + + + + + + t +
+ London a4IeeJuae June 87 fiWhile While the special dispatches dltlpatelto to the nxatiipic s new flwa 4 +
+ papers add nothing noth to the Associated Presa rea iaanpation eoneernin til tIM t i
+ Port Arthur e engagement and the e ei tualion Im the LJao Tune un peninsula pent T
+ the tNIIt8f1ala by war q eips 4lev devote te much 1J spee to tb tho Bltu Ituaton oa IM IMgeneral Thegeneral 4
+ general view Is that the Russians at a t Port Arthur lost their opportunity p ltt +
+ f through f their timidity and that Togo baa haapin again asserted his right ttf be beconsidered becOlUlidered
4 + considered one of the worlds great gre t admirals adml admIrlLIt < +
+ f It te conceded on earery band Rd that white the details are not DOtet yet r fuMy f 4 + i
9 known when both gid tea the whole 8tolJ the calamity tr to u8aIa rit +
+ only be increased It l I Is pointed ted out out however owver er that t Port Arthur Arthurpfl Is Isn IIIopen
+ open n > en and that the th Viadivwtok Vt dhMOk ok fleet may make another diversion to I
+ which ticb caae the rftnutants t of the he Port Arthur squadron may at any tune 1 T
+ man malrem forlorn hope dash daa for a Juncture > 4 T TThe >
4 + The editorials special dispatches dtsp tches and articles art by y war expertsJoin expert4tnIn expert4tnInezpreajng in f f
+ expressing expr the belief that great events an a stnptidtng ptMdfng and that e nest +
+ few 4ys ma may Ave a great t beari bevng on tftaI 1 re resUlt of the war warj +
= 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 44 4 + 4 4 4 + + + 4 + t tI + + + + + +
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I OXDOK June J 27 In The e Central News Newshas NewsL s shas
l L has received the tk foUowiiqr foUQw foUQwpatcb dis dispatch dlipatch ¬
patch from its Tokio okloent correspond correspondent
ent dated June J W evening eveningA e eA
A detailed detalJe4t account of the naval bet bettip bettI t ttlf
tip tI at a t Port Arthur tea Just been pub published P pub1ihed b bI
lished I htd here heffThe hereThe
The Russtaa RUs battleships battpPoltava bttIp pe Pert Peiesvtet PeiesvtetPoItLva viet vietPoltava
Poltava and Sevastopol and cruisers cruisersFa eru erurayan crulieriIayan
Fa rayan van Askoid and nd d Novik attempted to totm1e top1Terge
pnierge tm1e from the harbor at dawn eta on oni onJune onYune
June i June 23 23 led by b steamers used for dear deartllJt cleartug
lug the mines At 11 a a m the battle battleships battJeshi battleships ¬
shi ships 8 Csarevttch Retvisan and Pobieda Pobiedajoined PobIecjoinfd Pobledjoined
joined the others othersAll othenAll othersAfl
All the ships then th n advanced en endeavoring eneaorlnc endeavorlng ¬
deavoring to dispose of the mines miDellIai4 laid by bythe bythe bythe
the Japanese but they tbe were ItID4endby hindered hinderedby
by two Japanese Jpan e torpedo boat destroy destroyers ¬
ers which bicb had been guarding the mouth mouthof
of the harbor harborAt
At S p P m the Japanese e torpedo torpedotxuts torpedobcats torPedobats
bats exchanged shots with seven Rue Russia RuIlia Ruealit ¬
alit n destroyers which were covering eovertact1Je cOVmrtn cOVmrtnthe
the eJea1qoperatlolUl clearing operations One of the theRussian theRussian thethssian
Russian destroyers was set on fire and andretired aacJrired sadrelived
retired inside the harbor harborRussians barboIetnat harborBuaslans
Russians Xotreat to Xarbor XarborSubsequently orSub RarborSubsequently
Subsequently Sub the Japanese decoyed decoyedthe 4eco 4ecothe decoyedthe
the Russians Ru aians out to sea and awaitedl awalte4cpportunUy an anopportunity n nopportunity
opportunity to begin a general action 88but sclliaut actionbut
but ut between 8 and t p m the tbetihip Russian Russianchips Ruslanh
h chips made for the t harbor The Japan Japanese Japanese ¬
I ese torpedo boat t destroyers and tor torpedo torpedo toeV ¬
V pedo boats chased the Russians and at atI att
I t 050 delivered the first attack in j con confcv COQidjuenceof cootu
fcv idjuenceof vjuence UOflCO of which the enemy enem was wasthmrown wast weet1TrnVOwn
thmrown t 1 m1On Into disorder disorderDmlM cUeorderOUI1 tllaorderDuit
DmlM OUI1 tie nht tight separate at atjtks attJl attj1s
tJl tj1s jtks wttre were delivered lasting lastingdi until untilda untlldis
da wn n Friday la one of these tke assaults assaultsthe assaultsthe ts tsthe
the Chirataka twice torpedoed a bat batU batU bat1KtiD
U 1KtiD KMp ip of O the Persvfet s Wpe gp anH a1tl1bEr an ffanhf ffanhfher pa paher
her A battleship battle ltip of the Sevastopol Sevastopoltype 8evtopoJtyp 8evastpojtyje
type and a cruiser of tile Diana Dianatcre Dianaore Dianatcre
tcre dtsaMstt and n towed away awayPu away1tus4n W In
n 1tus4n Pu u > 8in s5 n vessels entered the harbor harbordiiinK harbordUiing harborduing
diiinK Friday FridayThe Fridayrh
The rh newspapers publish eulogistic eulogisticarticles eulOfllaticaltide eulogisticitjt1es
articles upoa Vice Admiral Togas Togaspiompt rOllasJH TogaspRmpt
piompt JH umpt acUon acUonForty a actiop1UL
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1U88U J BBPAJmfG BBPAJmfGPort PEPLINGYorty
Forty Port Thvoaaad TbouaandTroop Troopn nfasacbsd nfasacbsdat 1 1at
at Xa TeJin mao maoTit 110Titn XiaoTien
Tien Tit > n Tsin June 26 61t It is reported reportedhero reDOlte4hfe reportedhvr
hero that 4 4i000 toG Russian troops are at atTr t tT tF
Tr T F Tche Kiao fifteen fttl miles north of ofKaiping ofn8Ivng ofalpng
Kaiping alpng where entrenchments are be beins ae aeIJI beIng
ins IJI erected and where it to expected expectedthru expecte4t
t thru ht h l a stand wUt be made against the theJapanese theJ theJa
Japanese JapaneseThirty J Ja a P4nese P4neseThirty j4neseThirty
Thirty officers o 18 of the Red Cross eroCd so socitty sscty
Cd citty went into New N w Chuang Chua yesterday yesterdayand
and Al RI purchaaeU lUtC5 u medicines m and comforts comfortafor 1 1UI
for UI the sick sickf IdekLio sickLio
f Lio Yang June JW1Reports 2 26Reports Reports of fight fightJug fightlug fightlng
Jug between D the advance guards r rrnents rest restpients i iJnen
rnents Jnen ts are continually coming in inbattles The Itelaltles Thebattles
battles are indecisive but they show showthit showt I It
thit t ha t the Japanese are moving forward forwardrpgrularly forwardrf forwardrgularly
rpgrularly rf ularly on each front This Is corro corroborated corroborated corroxrated
borated by official omi dispatches dispatchesMembers 4111patCheshmbeonl diepatebesi1embers
Members of the Red Cross t togetheritit together togetherwith Stberwith
with itit noncombatants who 110 are desirous desirousof
of witnessing the fighting ftcht are re leaving leavingsouthward Jeavineauuthwarcl leavingsouthward
southward 4 411 411XW daily dailyNcw lly llyNew
New Chuang CIa June It 4fl i p Do m mAn mAnAscIated An AnAssociated AnA
Associated A So o lated < Prtss courier who ha bee been beenout beenout beenout
out three days returned tonight and andre Delr andrejJrts
re r rejJrts orts Or l that Japanese e scouts were seen seent Beenhn seent4fl
t hn n miles south of Kai Chou this morn moJJiJUG moeplug morning
JUG Information from fro private Rue Russian It ItIan Rueelan ¬
sian Ian source Indicates that the Rue Russians Rqsana Rueei1ns ¬
sians ana have only a few pieces of field fieldaitillery fieldni
aitillery 111 tillt tillery > ry between LJao Yang and Kai KaiChou KalCh JatChou
Chou ChouA Ch u
ChouChinanaa A uChinaJDaft Chinaman who is known to the theSdat A Ap As AsI
I Sdat p 1iated od Press correspondent as aaa a Ja JaiMuatae Ja1Jl8e 3 3twe
iMuatae agent says that the Japanese Japaneset
1Jl8e t t tu tt enter Kal Chou unopposed uno Iot rotthan Iot1a iotIa
1a than Monday and and expect a battte battteTche bau baitlr
11 r The Kiss Ctlt I It victorious they tbe win wiUtroops winp
p i < troops troo In New CLuang itnmedi itnmediAdmits iuuned18Iey jptmedlaey
8Iey
ST PtJBG PU2OVIGX PU2OVIGXI VaaIOJr VaaIOJrAdmits
I Admits Probability PbaiiI of Defeat Bat BatBelieve ut uti t tBeliev
i Believe sports Xxnggmtect Xxnggmtectsi te teH
si t Petersburg Peter bws June Ju e V ItUp Up to to toniuht to tonight toright
night the Japanese e report of the loss of ofthit oftin ofit
thit tin it 1 n Russian ships at Port Arthur baa hasnot
not 11 2 t been published here though the aa aath aIItli1les as ast
th tli1les t < rities have allowed to be printed > rint a aEiaiiiuent a6HlIlent a5tatilnt
Eiaiiiuent that the squadron aaelron had made madea
a sirtie s rtie t e and atoo the news of the ef teas Isesof teasof
of f i the he Japanese torpedo boat t destroy destroyer de troy troyero I Ier
ero er Some of o th the papers have even evenIIflflted j jcommented
commented 0 I t mfl1 ted with Ub satisfaction on the theprose tberl theprl
prose prl rl I ct < t of the be fight ht In the open ops sea seawhI seawh j I
wh whI nI > i Ihe he Ie merits of the two fleets aee ta would wouldbf V Wold1w
bf fail vr tested testedA tJAI
A AI ncial explanation q of Qft QftJmfFi the eap eapprsi HP HPrp
JmfFi rp = io rf < die he Japanese e report p that thatthe tJlatthe thtthe 1
the ild Id1uialty id ni niraJt rally to unwilling to uaneces uanecessarily Uft Uftflarilo uapaceesari
sarily sari oJ jiarm arm the public by the drrala dntJlatlon diTulatton drralation
tion tI < 11 > l such statements entirely on the theauthor uef theBUhOT <
author y vf f the enemy and m lathe the ab absence absefla boo booeenot ¬ 1
sence i 1 it knIte ignite advices a < from the com comma oomIandf opjuTflaId ¬
ma Iandf udr t Port Arthur It Is also alsoee al8I alesgeIL4i
ee I geIL4i L q < i as possible ible that there has hasa betIt betIta
a ugh and that tha the Japanese Japj JapjrnIilmzd esel have haveminimized ve vemnlmztd
minimized their own ow losses and IU1cIfted nd maCnJ maCnJfiex mgnfled
fled those tho le of the Russians with a view viewefk vie viee vieweffftting
efk e effftting flft ting the new loan which whlchlt whlchltUrJifJltood it Is IsUif Is11t
Uif UrJifJltood 11t Ifrttood Japan is negotiating negotiatingAdmits necotIUncAdmits negotiting4lInits
Admits 4lInits Lose p of Three ftneOn Skip SkipOn 1is 1isOfl
On the t H other nd according to a aforeigi aI
I foreigi torE I naval a He the admiralty admiraltytoday adtraltytod advtttytoday j
today tod lY admitted MI u i Bear niral InllalUhoL niralVithofi a aWlthoL
Vithofi UhoL the na nrminder LnrnvnderArthU v rt rtAlthU nAl1hu
AlthU > lost lo t OH i ld < alleshlp shlp OiJO au auruie f fcruisei fcn reruisel
cruisei ruie but in ths ihscn ii cn n o of f deL deUthere deUto dektbere deLthere =
there as < an ai in inf < n to h t believe cba cbathe bai baishlp baithe ba
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the s jS sUuc J the admiralty adrriraltyof
not h 11 iviug Ug in t > of th + lessons lessonswould lessonstaugl l880nS l880nSI I Itaugt
taugt Admiral V would uu uUIk1 1 have ha e re remaiDf rea1n4 i is imain
main a1n4 i iin in the outer ou tet is s at t eht t thus thusnot thusInviting thusC thusI
C I Inviting fnVltl go the dash by b JIIJTV Jlp 4l de i itroy deetroy i istroy
I troy etroyI troyIn ri riIn
I In nigh gh court and army and navy navycircle I IetT
I circle etT < le where w e e the report of the Por PorAnhi Port PorItbl
4 Anhi Ai Itbl tht affair has been n freely circnil circnillaifd circui J
I laifd Jaians v rsion is i tT ivo i f t tI j jf jI
I f Jlith ith co hjki ik1 I i i iThe iThe
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guise e the t seriousness of and 4 the lar larreachtog far farNtdtlac tgreeclng
reachtog consequences ueDces which might IIIIttIIt re result tosalt
salt tIIt from the loss of three ef t aef the Port PortArthur PertArtb
Arthur Artb warships nip but they prof profess ess to be bemore bemore bemore
more inclined to believe that tile ves vessels v veel8 veeeels ¬
eels were we lost ot In open fight t rather than thanaa tbau thanam
aa the remit of fa a torpedo attack
I I Should this th be the be case they say y the tneJapanese theJpne
Japanese e could not have escaped with wRfcout wtUaQut without
I out material loss and the crippling of ofone ofone ofone
i one or two of their battleships battleMl battleMlI eue eueI enoo k kto
I to ° asaare command of the sea to the thej theBIW
j BaHIc squadron squadronJtany quaboni
i Jtany 7 Jtomors AAeat AAtTbere AAeatThere AontI
I There Is much speculation tonight as asto ast asto
to t whether the Vladlsoctok squadron squadronmgbt squadronmght
mgbt m ht not have gone g ne out and perhaps perhapsbe
I be on the eve of Joining the Port Ar Arthur Art Arthur ¬
thur fleet A telegram from Vladtoo Vladtoostok VladIaOok Viadisosiok
t stok ok dated June ffi 5 which hleh has been re received re reive4 received ¬
ceived here does not mention the thesquadron theI theeqsadron
squadron but it IB easily conseivable conseivablethat coD8elvabietb consetvablethat
I that tb such mention might be suppressed suppressedfor
I for strategic tt 1c reasons reasonsA M
A general tension to evident evident in the thecity the thee thedty thecity e
I city tonight There are many maDYaftoat rumors rumorsafloat rumorsafloat
afloat and every one to reaHsJnf that thatmost t tmoat thatmost
most important l1Jtt news may her Wex Wexat beexpseted beexpsetedat expected expectedI
I at any any moment momentIt
It to reported that a serious rf land Ja flght flghthas bt bthas t t1Ia
has taken place near lMrTa Ta Tche Kiao in inwhich 1 1Which a awbich
which the Russians R1 were defeated but butno butno
no confirmation of this report to ob obtainable obtainable ohtamable ¬
tainable tainablex tainablefA tamableZAVAL
1TAVAX fA VAL BATTUR irLz irLzWo 7OUGKKT 7OUGKKTVe
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Ve 0 Detaita as to Victor audMd ceitUd by byO b7till byetoo
till c cotaetoo
O otaetoo eoo etoo Jane M U 113i a m mSteam mSteamtWrtY mSteamel Steam Steamers ¬
el ers pa sm ht thirty mfles to th the west westw weatwart westii
wart ii w r4 d of Uao Tie Shan an last night did didtoot cUdID didh
toot h tear ay ea firing > This TbJIIoaItIoD leads edmaiposttkz at atsufjposiUan
sufjposiUan oaItIoD that t at the reports of ofheard nJr nJrwee gunihssrd
heard here was A naval battle ttJe south southeast aoeUlea1stor southeast
east ea1stor ot Port Arthur ArthurQhiaeee ArUturtd1e8e Arthurttdoese
Qhiaeee < arriving arrtvtn here report that the theJapanese thJapanese theJapanese
Japanese army is within seven miles of ofKai ofKat ofKat
Kat Ping and that the Russians have havefallen havetaUen havefallen
fallen back to Yamshlatten just justnorth justnorth i
north of Kai Pine where gunboats boats will willnot willqot Wiltnot
not be so effective They aDo report reportthat reporthat reportthat
that the tb Russians RU55 ans are re entrenching entrenchingthemselves eI1trenchinueaetYe8 eutrenchipgthemseiree
themselves at the ancient city eit of New NewCliuan Newporth NewCbua4
Cliuan porth of the port of New NewChnang NewCb1laJ1a NewChugug
Chnang ChnangBt Cb1laJ1a8t
Bt Petersburg Pet surg June 21 IUnder 2tUn Under er date dateof elateof dateof
of June M Viceroy Alexieff Al4 eC telegraphed telegraphedthe
the emporor r as follows followsO follow8O followsOur
O O r Port Arthur squadron com commanded comma cornmandd ¬
manded ma by Rear Admiral Withoft Withoftconsist Withoftconaistin Withoftconsisting
consist consisting tog of six battleship five cruis cruisers cruisers cratecci ¬
ers and ten torpedo boats put to sea seaat seaat seaat
at 8 oclock on the morning of June JUDeuAeeoJdtng 2S 2SAccording 2 2According
According to reports received from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the signal stations on the Use Tiesh Tiesh8han TIeeb81IaD Tieshfiban
8han promontory the ships went ent out oatwithout outwttlt outwithout
without 1at accident accidentWen aCti4entW1 accidentWten
Wen W1 n our fves0els reached r acbed open openwater openwater opentee
water tee the enemys fleet consisting of ofnine 0Iu1re ofnine
nine large ships of which three were werebattleships wentleabi werebattleships
battleships tleabi and twentytwo torpedo torpedoboats torpedoboats
boats was sighted hted on the horison horisonA
A squadron attacked the enemy enemTUp enemyLTp
Up to the e present nt Ihave received receivedne receivedilewe no nonew
new ne of r the result r 8u1t of the fighting fightingOaeral dchUn7CJ1IJr fightingPURG
7CJ1IJr 11J1BIUfB uax uax8a1daud RACLOouetI
Oaeral Sakharoff Aepsrts MisMj MisMjAdvnaeee tsM7Advances I
Advnaeee of the ZqNIw ZapanSt apanssw apansswSt i iPetenburg
St Petersburg June 2 tTbe Th 1M general generalstaff pnerall generalstar
staff has received re < eived the following dip dippatch QNMeb dj djpatch
patch from Lieutenant General Sakha Sakharoff 8 SikbaroW kba
rolf dated June 35 35On 3On 2 2On
On the morning of June 25 the coo enemys ene enemy coomys ¬
mys my advance guard which hi b was occu occupying occupying ¬
pying the valley of the Kbo river ten tenmiles tealDila tenmiles
miles southwest of Kai Cbau fell back backsix baekeis backeix
six miles milesOn mil milon mIOn
On June IUB 54 a Japanese detachment detachmentof
of two companies of infantry and two twosquadrons twoquadran twosquadrons
squadrons of car cavalry airy approached approachedvillge the thevillage thevillage
village of Stodian in themountains themountainsseven the mountains mountainsseven
seven mile m from Kai KaiC KalChau Chau in a south WtIIerty mytherly southerly ¬
erly direction Patrols of toe enemy enemyalso enemyalso
also appeared in Khouaivanfln Khouaiva n locality
fifteen fttt 11 and onehalf miles Oea east of f Kai Kathau
Chau hau and four and one onerflalf nalf miles milesnorthwest milesnort milesnorthwest
northwest nort w48t of the Cbapan pass passA pa passA
A detachment taobmeDt of the Japanese ad advance adVance ¬
vance guard has occupied the villages villagesof
of TaoHrthoon TaoUrtboonen on the read from 9ta u
Ten to Kml Chan Chs Japanese Japa patrols are arealso arealso
also 1110 posted between Kriadaboen add aUgadigvaisa
Madiavaiaa on the road from Khan Khautd Khaaau Khaaauto
td Siakho Tanoa TanoaPandsla TancuPandstey i iPandstotey
Pandstotey Pandsla y and Pantchanion Pantchanlonon passes passecon
on the ro roo4 d from Slu Yen to Kai galenatinue cu cuoutlnue Chavu j jThere
outlnue < t4 be oc ocupled upled by the e eThere enemy
There is I no change in the locality from f fSiu fromflu
Siu Ten to Hal Cheng etJIrOur CbeflgOur
Our rifles had a skirmish June 24 24with zcwJth 24with
with a Japanese e patrol oi on the road roadfrom readfrom j
from Feng Wane W Cheng to Hal Cheng t
fifteen and onehalf o batf miles l ue northwest iorthwe tItf of ofJFVng offl1l ofYeng
JFVng fl1l Wang Cheng hong The TMeaemy enemy had hadone badone hadone
one m man n killed killedToward killed10fCi killedToward
10fCi Toward the evening pf June J4 ft ftwas ftWU Itwas
was found that the Japanese were ad adTaDQIn adaning
Tandnx from Sarajranboon via Hal HaiCheng HalCheng HalCheng
Cheng Their T lr adiXnce ad cent guard com composed centposed 1
posed of two 1 companies occupied the thevillage tbivlUase thevillare
village of Kangapouso Asmall comI body bodyof bof bodrof
of the enemy also occupied Q IC1IPIecJaea Tu Tusea Tuugopoo Tuugopoosea
sea eve miles northwest of Set SetT eluieii eluieiimT
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T DJIA AT PBHOVBIIS KINDLY KINDLY3p KINDLYaIIII KINDLYJap
3p mad Kud Swiu un > Acne to Show ShowCaptives ShowCaptives
Captives Every Consideration Considerationj CouWeratiolLToklo I
Tokio June 2U ITht The Th failure > of tLe tLeRussians t1 t1Ruau tLeTusaI1s
Russians to furnirii tur nr irfrirU iPu1T m i < e enu ffj ffjinnsi fl flfl
< innsi nu fl i g JMH 1 i IIIJSOJM jrJ ri iI < r or > 1 wtir w a I in P Pi PYu i iu i
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u uu 1 euncerning itu HUfi 1usAn si ti prisoners prisomersis > ris ners nersto
is most m t correct Careful r rprJ prs of la lacondition I ItOudition toe toecondition
condition of o Russian prtaon pr lJO i art ar pr prpyred p pJ prtlred >
pyred J red and Hd forwarded we weJ we4y fcy to the theRis th ththiou
Ris 1 ians 1n throus the America mel i g IV IVt ivMij > v vMiiiKin
t MiiiKin MiiiKinThe nn nnii i
The ii < ca 1 t 1 Maj Ldr TOSQ TCi > O i lUcitnr lUcitnr4v 1 tf1D1L tf1D1Lii ttU ttUiaiUOfl
4v i ii iWuiuon IUOn as the Japanese claim ctoJmthat ctaJmthat claimtht
that he was captured before bet the oct octof netbreak t tbreak
break of hostilities and hurt huriJ d to toMoscow toMoscow
Moscow V Numerous eflforls effor < huv ha be b ben bentnde n nmade
made to IhHi brain iifc > rTiiil > j i 1 Iagj adnisr aln alnPak
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Indianapolis June June 2 2The The national nationalProhibition nationalProhlb1t1011 nationalProhibition
Prohibition convention conv tt will meet in inTomiineon h1TolDliDfIOD inTosejinpon
Tomiineon haD Indianapolis Tuesday TuesdayState TueedyState cIa1State
State Chairman Cbal Newlin who has had hadcharge badof hadcharge
charge of the tb arrangements llft8 t says it itwiU ItwQt Itwill
will he the th IDOBtentli most enthusiastic aIlUC gathering gatheringthe
the party rty ha b hag ever had hadIn badIn
In the evening ev nha the t intercoBegiate intercoBegiateorattcal IntercoI1egiateoraUcal Intercoliegiateoratical
orattcal contestwill contest t wln take place with withsix withsix withMx
six competitors The national com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee will meet at the Claypool hotel hotelat botelat hotelat
at f t oclock Convention n committees committeeswill committeeswID committeeswiU
will meet t at the hotel Wednesday at atand attM atJ
tM and J the first session 011 of the be inven invention MpvenUoa otven otvenU ¬
tion U n proper r will 1U onun at 1 with Na Nattohal S6ClM1nnan Natlol
ttohal Chairman Oliver W Stewartr StewartrefTUeSdgy of ofThe fTueada1e
The t tTuesday fW
< I tI W
Tuesday Tueada1e eventing Ung Tbji T Tl nominations nominationsfor n nfor
for president and nd vice nee president p t will be bemade bema bemade
made ma Thursday afternoon < It is ISIJUIl ISIJUIlan still stillan stillan
an open question whether General Nel Nelson Hel110I1 Neson ¬
son A Miles will WI accept a pt the nomina nomination nominatlon nomination ¬
tion for the be presidency He bas left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for an unknown resort without leav leaving ieava leavlug ¬
lug a any definite statement behind behindOtqer behindOther
I Other names mentioned lp ntl ied for the presi presidential plHldentlal prealdentlal ¬
dentlal nominationare nomination faft Professor A A AHopkins AHopkins
Hopkins HorneUsvtlle Homev N Y Y1Vr Y1VrBU Vr VrSilas > r ratlas
I atlas BU C Wallow Harrisburg Barna Pa A G GWolfenberger GWoltenberpT GWolfenbege
Wolfenberger Uacoln LbicolaNeb Neb Dr B ilL ilLJuton I IJCarton L LZaston
JCarton Allegheny P Pa x L I H Ames AmesPortland 4mesPortlaDeI mes mesPortland
Portland Ore H It Metcalf Paw Pawtucket Pawtucket Pawtucket
tucket R I James Ja A Fate Herr Harriman Herrman
man Tennessee TennesseeThere TennesseeThere see seeThere
I There Is a faction of powerful tem temperance tempe1aDce ternperance ¬
perance advocates ad ocatea who believe that thatGeneral thatGeaeral thatGeneral
General Miles ab should ud be nominated by bythe bythe bythe
the convention even If he be not beard heardbefore beardberflRt beardbefqre
before the meeting me Uu Others favor the thepostponement tbepoMJMDeJ thepostponement
postponement ent of the convention until untilthat untilthat untilthat
that of the Democrats so that the theplatform theplatfota
platform and candidates nominated in toSt inSt InSt
St Louis can be inspected before the theProhlbitiontoU tbePfoblbltioniBtaJ thePeohibltlontets
ProhlbitiontoU get to work In add addition adeliU addHon ¬
Hon U n to these t there will probably be a astrong astrena astrong
strong coterie of western temperance temperancepeople temperancepeople temperancepeople
people who are smarting over the re removal removal remoral ¬
moval of the national convention from fromKansas fromKan fromKana
Kansas City to Indianapolisand JadlaoapoUII and may mayseek nla nlaII mayseek
seek to express e pree their disappointment disappointmenton
on the t convention fl floor or orDissatisfaction r rDtMatlsfaeUon
Dissatisfaction of any or all of ofthese ofthe ofthese
these e factions may crystallize intoop intoopposition Intoopt1on ¬
position tIlt tIltNatIonal t1on to National Chairman a1rmgn Oliver OliverW OliVe OliVeer OliverWi er
W Stewtrt S Stew rt of Chicago who leads lead the thecontingent theCOItUnpnt theeoIngent
contingent among amons the Prohibitionists Prohibitionistswhis ProhibiUonlet8believe
whis believe that they are a political politicalparty politicalPirtJ politicalparty
party not simply a temperance organ organization organfzaUon ¬
ization 1 and therefore thereforc4Iaould should act lode independently lodePOadetidy ¬
pendently of all other political organl organizations organlzatloaas organlsatloils ¬
zations zationsBUSINISS zatloaasBUS1HSS satloilsBUSINESS
S
BUSINESS WAS DULL DULLLondon DULLLIIII DULLLedoti
London Stock Sto k Exchange WAS WASbis WasVary
bis a Vary 117 Low llwEM lib All AHLendott Allr
t r LstWk LstWktudosi It W
Lendott L ud Ma < June 1 JuueThroubout 3C Throughout Ute tbepaat Ute1W thepmt
pmt 1W week ek business on nt the e stock ex extuMfe estnalnM cxktage
tuMfe remained remaIn at a very low ebb and andthere andt andthere
there was lHtt little ute change cIaJIa m the situation situationsince situatiomnce tuat
since nce the e laM weekly 7 report though thoughthere tbouIrhptevall thoughthere
there prevailed a growing confidence confidencethat conflclencetbat confidencethat
that business would improve steadily steadilyand steadilyand
and without tJaeIt sensational 1 features featuresAs featuresAl
As ta tat f p s the tb e week Just us t closed to tocon Isconcevnet5mericana
con con concevnet5mericana ernWRijAmericans ana formed the only onlybright onlypt onlybright I
bright pt W pat > showinjr showl improvement improvementwhkb bnprovmentbkb
whkb bkb was based on the good crop re reports riports ¬ I
and on other favorable indic indictton hl lndiclone i
tton lone loneThe l lTne
t1oftefte I
The Japanese bond Issue remained rmaineddultowtnc remaineddulLowlng
dultowtnc owing to a topheavy > bull account accountwbkh i iwhich ihieb
which hieb wa wee built up u in eonscqucrve 8 quCne of ofrepeated ofrepet ofrepeated
repeated repet Japanese victories > f Russian Russianbonds Ru Rustanbonds tan I Ibon
bonds bon hnd a sharp har1 rally rali after the sea seasationa seDtl001l1 seasatlonel
sationa tl001l1 dish th of if the Vladivostok ad o tok quad squadTon quad1Oft j jron
ron and an it Hi rsiapc ape without wi 1la injury lujurySTRIKER i ISTRJKEIIULLED
STRIKER STRJKEIIULLED KILLED BY BYii BYNEGRO
NEGRO NONUNION MAN MAN9I I
9I ii 1 Trancsco FrJne o Juno 25 5nthnn Anthony O OiiikiisVicr 0l C Ct
< > iiikiisVicr l i strikiii < trkiig stahltman a
was wasthft wa wakItti
thft iJ rld Kii kItti timiniii Ii by i ui Jsnifs Ji nu Smith Smitha m 1t i il
a negro l Snrfth and Arthur WiiHamp Vlliiamsalso j
also a a1lelo negro had taken places vacated by bystriking bystriking
striking atsblemen blemfn The two nununion firJOunionmen I Imen
men were r tonight toni < hl returning to their dt r eta etahie stahlf etahi
hie hi when they encountered a body of ofstriker otItrlken oftriker
striker Smith mlth say that thf th > strikers at attn atthm
tn kcl thm th om < with ith v fioiit tiei 11 11al wpai w > i p prit > v vTiil
Tiil rit al revolvers tnf < being disfiaycri dt tj < rl anrl lrl tird tirdim tirivirns i iNVj
NVj virns iamsi < WM ti i iUack thk 4n n u he htihi j ih hj hjprece a apKce ap4cc
pKce of K gas 8 pipe and rendered insensible insensibleSmith in lnsensibefimith tnsibt tnsibtSmltb
Smith said that when hn he aw William1 William1no JUamp JUampJO
no down OWD h he thouifht t thou ou bt it time thn to 0 protet protethlnaserf prot protethimself t thi
himself hi 1f and s d drawing drawtn his revolver he b bgati ta tacan I IRan
Ran firing The crowd < scattered an alld < i Oal ha halagher al i ilagher Ilagh
lagher lagh was left on the th street with two twohulItts twohulIet i ibullets
bullets in his hl body bod Both reero ro < aro a ar n njail njal i ijail
jail I
rXmfAXafQ lOB YO S JtlUHTK JtlUHTKPortland JIOUBrJLPortta ZOURTPortland I
Portland 4 Ore June Jun 2 HTh The monitor monitorWyoming monitorWyoming monitorWyoming
Wyoming and the torpedo destroyers destroyersPerry destroyersPfflTy destroyersPerry
Perry and Paul Jones Jn arrived Lr fr frffim > rH r rfrrn > I Ifrm
ffim l Puget get SiJUiiii UH about n If > i n t ola liy liyorder I < iorder
order to participate in the FQurth of ofJuly ufJuty ofJuly
l
July celebration in I Mis Is city cityp
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> > 7 0
p
a
KittS KillS iABIES M8IES i IAND bflRSlf bflRSlfo HERSELf HERSELfOn
On o Eve = 0f c Bvlctiq 1cUalll for to WowPayment of Rent Mother MothertJHhfji Motherj Motherait1
j tJHhfji ait1 IforTfcra He Three Children Puts P ts them to to toed toged
7 > sfed ed and ad Tarns on the Gas
I
I AcAOO AOO GO June J Jre e 2fcThreatened Tbeatened atened withr rtt rttlbJ with pithtvt1on
lbJ r t 4 tvt1on tiwr and nUt her b 1 husband husbandhOEMfessly husbandba
hOEMfessly ba tehy tasaat in the asylum 1 at atK atJtave aticaaae
icaaae K > trihsk f htk b0 APes Ketod Kelsdiek tek Jtave JtavettD f Eave Eavelip ave avettp
1 lip Igie strite tiiigaji tw ft existence exillt exiptez IciTlInx ItII1 ItII1her
her S Vuae small diedren chlitb en nand and then end ending endline endIns ¬
line Ins her ewn 4wn life muminating gas sa was WJIBthe wasthe a aae
the avsMia J sstra hIttion tion sh pbp adopted adoptedwhen
Whenbus when fllthMMIs were found fou early to today toda today ¬
day da aB a nMv t > bad 4 been dead several severalh eavoyalhears
h hears r >
Ived red in three small 1 rOQ rOQat r rOQoia rOQoiaRefer mi miat
at at Refer stpeet tnet and anda today todaynonpa
a ne to toeJete eJectJfJe mepe t ttW
tr011Ibtwd tW 4pr 4prnonpeot
nonpa non nonpeot > > tt nt t 7 of l tent After Mrs
Ketodxlcfc JCellJlll lcIr had been served with a sum summoos snmoos
moos 008 to appear r in court she be decided to tond toend I
emS nd the lives of herself and UNe UtUeoaet UtUeoaetThe litW oaeTIle oae = t tThe
The three children cb dren Bruno Han Hertaanand Hanand Nertuanand
and Walter aged 7 5 and 2 years yearllspecttveJy re respecttveJy respecttveiy
specttveJy were found in bed locked lockedin loell loellIn
in one anotbers arms The mothers
lifeless litete body bod was as found lying Irin on tae taekitchen the thekitchen
kitchen floor while hUe gas S was escaping escapingfrom eecap escapingfrom D Dfrom
from a Jet In the room That the wo woman woman weman ¬
man made e every ev y y preparation to do doaway doaey doaway
away with herself and children wan wanevident Wft3e1d wetevident I
e1d evident nt She first wrote and sealed a aletter aJetter aletter
letter addressed to a relative to Ger Germany Germany Ocrmany ¬
many Then she bathed herself and anddonned anddonned anddonned
donned clean linen Each child had hadalso hadalao hadalso
also been given a bath clean night nightgowns nightgowns ¬
gowns placed d upon them and the little littleones Uttle0fM9f littleone
ones sent to the tb sleep from which hleh they theywould theyuid
would never awaken awakenfevers aganrnrp1
apnKlacllick
fevers rnrp1 nvenffcf o Kelsdsick who whowa whowas ho how
wa w was out of 0 f 1f weat r Kfe at atnae the time became becameInsane becameien
Insane 1 4mMs t tssea1ibodb oJN t Aarec verbis Jtfs Jdaand topb1rand troubles troublesand
and iraf tofff 8eGftPte 8eGftPtetbIU eV te the he nsyhna Sleet Kaeethat SleetthMf
that time tIj tUtnothEtr tne nother who was sp in poor poorhealth poorhealth
health has bad a hard straggle tl1l Je for forexistence torexistence foregistenee
existence Last week she became becameJU so soill soIll
ill that she be was ea unable to work and andshe I I8h Ishe
she 8h bad tittent her last dollar d for food foodfor foodf4
for f4 herself and the children Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon
BOWIE ARRIVES IN NEW YORK YORKAND YORKt YORKAND
t d > AND AN DENOUNCES KING EDWARD EDARD
New York York Yo k June 1uaesoa Juue3tOn 2 On hto first pub public publie publie ¬
lie appearance aranre after his trip arouad arouadthe a aroudthe d dtlae
the world WGII4Il Jells Alexander DoWIe today todayattacked totvattadUHI to4syattacked
attacked the character of Kin XEd XEdward Ed Edward d dward ¬
ward declared tLat he Iove4Preident Iove4PreidentRoosevelt Io leve4Pregl4ttttRoeeveIt t tBo
Roosevelt Bo and denounced reporters reportersHe
He spoke In Carnegie hall to the morn mornins 111011I1nc mornlug
ins lug and 4 to the afternoon making two twoaddresses twodcbeI twoaddresses
addresses at each eae session sessionAfter seaJouA sessionAfter
After A er much bitter reference referen to King
Edward he said saidDefender atdDefender saidDefender
Defender of the Paltt PalttTwo FaitttTwo FaIttTwo
Two weeks ago 0 he went to see see the theDuke theDuke theDuke
Duke > of Devonshire to see some horses horsfeand horsesand fC5 fC5and
and get points about a coming race
The prophet is a mightier man 0 than thanthe tb thanthe
t the king kl a ad ad what tte pfoahet said
has made his throne totter X love loveTheodore loveTheodore loveTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt R lt but if be does a aneat ait agr
gr neat at wrong W roD I shall 8h all not be afraid to toP tot totltp
it t tltp P hint of it it and I believe be heW to too tooa toogflod
gflod tod a man mio to be afraid to hear hourt of it
To ntbe the reporters he shouted shoutedBut sbOutedUBat
But I say sa to each one of jou t98 9u f tel l
10 lows lowatbeware lowatbewareYou bowre bowreYou w wy
You y 011 will ill each e have to stand before
Qed for your UI sins sinsSEARCH
I 2 i iEAEH
SEARCH IS ISttWtrd GONTJNitW ISGONTII4UWNOt GONTJNitWMot
Mot ttWtrd a Werd Has Yet Been Re Reoefved ItloeivedftIII Reoeived
oefved oeivedftIII Vr tm Missing Kant KantJ
I J Jjoii Jjoiit Jjoii2Kot Uomis UomisiParto lMatisr lMatisfUM
t
r
iParto June M JINot Not a word wsatre wsatreeehred WJt wjre wjrecsto
eehred csto 4 today t regarding the th where whereabout 1 1Kent ¬
about If 0 Kent Loomis L brother riIt riItaLoo f fFraneteB
FraneteB YrE4toolhs aLoo Loomte AllletteeJt Amei1esias Amei1esiassecretary Amer1canassisian Amer1canassisiansecretary
secretary f Cat state te who dtoappeared dil dIaIpetishortly dtoappearedrfiortly P
lfl
shortly befor or alter fter the arrival t f fthe fthe fthe
the north Geywian Ll LIyd yd at stegmer te mer Kai Kaiser K Ma1serWiihi
ser setWI serWiihi WlHielm tt list at Plymouth ymob June JuntAithouigii JuneJ I I IAtthoaiia IAlthougii
Aithouigii i t L Midnight bt makes a asince w o k ksince
since the disappearauce d ap ea1 ii of 5fr Lvinus Lvinusthe > rI rIthe PIthe
the official still cMn clint 10 0 hebelic ihav Lh thhe h j
he hewUJ wm turn up when tl 01 < ideate dl ot tis tisJU 119bI tlskttotIOim I
bI kttotIOim JU U > acUon have woru off Their belief beliefIs belieis
Is due to k a t careful deduction dedurtionfrtm from tne tneseries tn tneseries I Iserjes
series of circumstance cllC tanc related by
J Ellis his companion ui Jx IXIIri IIa ari t tsteamer ttlteamt Isteamer I
steamer > t an4 by UUFtuve Otf je riariifii of ofSan ofSan I
San Francisco who war wa 1 < a foi fdiw < > I Inger Isenger i iseuger
seuger nger This Th process IlrOft > i deduciiori deduciioriI dduuinnIwacUcal1y dtductorllwactIcafly
I racticatty > excludes the likelihood thac tbaLoomta thaLomi i iLoomto
Loomto fell overboard It tend leads to t ii th the theacceptance iaccePtallC
acceptance of Flamms statement tetnf > nt that ti tihe j
he saw Loomis get off at Plymoutn PlymoutnAccordingly PlynwutnAcoordinlY PymoutAccordingly I
Accordingly a minutely chrumstiin chrumstiintial cit ium cuntatn cuntatntiai tin I
tial description of Loom Loo nils has been beenforwarded be becnforwarded n i
forwarded to Joseph Stephen Ameri American Anwican Ameivan
can consul at Plymoutt Although sat satbilled at atifted i iisfied
billed that Looniis Loo I i was wa nut lo IOt ° c Cio Itothe In n nthe
the iCatoer Wilhelm Wi1 elm III the offlcialB offlcialBforesee oftlcinJf offlcalforume
foresee f We poeslbiiity that some iiarn iiarnmay ilaJnma7 harnmybbefslien t
may mybbefslien h e befallen him after aft r he landoi landoiat Iaiuiiat I
at Plymouth However they consider considerthis coneithrthis oUSld
this possibility rather reirote Yiu Yiucase l aiICcase l I
case is one of incrfasinsr hirriasingXILLTI rj yytr yytrKILLED ypayXILIED l
KILLED FOB AH UTSU U INU4T INU4TSen UI UISan X j
San Prancieco June 2 2Uarry Harry Had Hadellife j jcliffe j j
lUre freight clerk of the California allforiiiaSt A IeSt f fSt
St Francis hotels sot and killed killedAndrew killedAndrew
Andrew ReUly a hodcarri r thje morn morning mornIng meritIng ¬ II
ing on the corner of Ninth and Folsom Folsomstreets FolsomsUeet3 Fotsomstreet
streets street The Tb > shooting was the th climax climaxt i ito
to t a acid between the men over an in insuit insuit I Iault
suit to Radcliffes wife by Reilly ReillyN Reillyzoa
AI AIJtOllO
JtOllO zoa 10 woz SELLING 8E1LDfGN I
N New w v Haven Colin oin Juv Jun Jim 2 2r OaW OaWrjc 3 3rr11Lf
r rr11Lf nce Selling < of t Purtjri r rwon Or4 Ip ha hawon hatt hattwon
won a a18nior senior appointment appoint mfl i iosoohy 1IAII n I Ioso Iosouhy
osoohy oso lJy oraUaft aU at Yab Ya untv tlt1tWlnlitw t i
< <
I Touch Tou < b not mine anointed and do dopropfcfets doy
1117 y propfcfets no harm God declares declaresid declaresaild
alid id he witt protect hto prophet All Allliars AllII AUliars
f II liars have their portion to the lake lakewhich JakeI lakehlckburnetk
which hlckburnetk buraetk with it fire and 04 brimstone brimstoneTon brimstoneYo brImstoneYou
I
Ton Yo can laugh yon can laugh your youri
I i selves into int bell but you cannot laugh laubYOtINelvee laughI
i yourselves ont A Methodist I minister ministeron
once on scoffed at me and wa wu put out for fori fordisturbing
i disturbing a service I told t him to be beware beware beware
I
ware and a d ray m words w lds rang in biB ears earsThree eany earsThree
Three days y later Ms M body was found foundin
i I in a poolof poot of water I cannot tell how howit b bOwS w wI
S it got there but I warned him hl God Godwill Godwill
will 111 tfop your mouth I brand you youacoimdreto youcoUlMt youscoimdreis
I acoimdreto coUlMt and you dogs as a pack of ofunmitigated ofunaiUpte4 ofunItigated
unmitigated Bars Yet I pray God to tobless tob toblem
bless b you youI
I have been asked when I will stop top
fighting Not until I I have got the thedevil thedevil
devil licked And until X have get ptJllm ptJllmtick ge him himlicked himlicked
licked tick i will keep on licking IIc1 the TittleI little fhtledevita littledevija
devita de I would like to save e every one oneeven on oneveQ oneeves
I even the young 7 fellows out of those uoaeI thoseliterary
literary iterary scavenger offices down town townAnd townAnd townAnd
I And when I get to heaven I think I Ishould IalOUId Itelould
telould should like to go to hell to flghtthe flghtthedeviUhere fIabt the thedevlltlllere
deviUhere deviUhereMERCUR ii iiMERCUR
MERCUR MEETS MEETS DEFEAT DEFEATCrosses DEFEATCrOlSH DEFEATCrNses
Crosses the tK Plate But Once 0IceIll QaceI OnceDuring
I During Ill the GuM wtti wttiEUrlka1 WttfEur ftth ftthEureka
Eureka Eurekaf EUrlka1 Eur ka kafr4
1 1h
f fr4 h > Speciaf to The HareM HareMjjune Mera MeraHka id idIGDe >
Hka June L6 28TIaa Th Mercur bail bailteam ballPaa
team Paa proved easy victims for the theBunk diet8m theut
Bunk ut team today to The loenf team teampiled teampJ1eII teampiled
piled up p fourteen runs seven of w whichwete which whichwere 1ch
were mud in the sixth toning I while whilebut bile hlleJ8II bilehut
but one man from f the gold camp campcrossed camptmid
crossed tmid the plate Jensen pitched pit d an anexoeQent aneacellent 1 1elcellnt
exoeQent 9Rme me allowing bnt two hits hitsatid hitsahd hitsad
atid striking out twelve men Donovan Donovanthe
the Mercur nitcher aUo atowed > ved ed ten hits hitssent hitssent
sent five ftvemln men to first base on balls and andhit andhit andhit
hit two Jensen also played a good goodfielding goodfteldinG goodfielding
fielding game with six assists to bis biscredit bigerelit 1 1credit
credit King and Heusser each put the theball thebali j
ball over the fence fene for a home run The Thee1ding j
fielding ti lding of the visitors i ito1 was very YT mu mUfh mwhto < h hto
to the bad and was responsible rcspon ihle for sev several t4evral e eTa ¬ I
eral Ta ral 1 runs Donovan pitched aa aa avti avtia i4 aveiage
age a e game until the sixth inning Innl c when whenhe wbenhe whenha
he allowed four hits making seven sevenrttne sevenrtln sevenruns
runs rtln Ernest Heusser and Taylor were wereboth wereboth
both back im the game today I
Score by innings inningsEureka inningsEureka2
Eureka Eureka2 2 2 1 0 0 7 0 2 14 14Mercur 14Mercur 14MereurO
Mercur MereurO 0 0 1 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 1 1CROWDS 1CROWDS
CROWDS AT THE FAJUL FAJUL8t P413St
St Louis June 26 The total attend attendance attendaDCe attendanee ¬
ance at the Worlds fair for the week weekending Wfekendine weekending
ending last night June 25 as officially officiallyannounced offlCiallyannounped olficiallyanitouneod
announced tonight was wa 5404S an in InerEsse increase
crease of over SSOOO 6 > tXIO over the previous previousvptk prfioust
vptk > t fk k and 4 Ifrl777 4O7 2777 over tht th total tal attend attendn attfndiljI a tttid tttidI14t
iljI n I14t < f fi rill > r tl tLf t IKPI 1 n i t WI v ok k liirludingr Lidu 1ing < the theopentuc theopenilta
QBentug day uy m to h 0 the close of the ex exposition EXpO expeoiUoo ¬
position pO iUon last night making eight eightweeks eighteek eightweeks
weeks eek and one day a grand total to al of of29o583 ofI of2o853
29o583 I admissions has been recorded recordedThese recordedThese 1 1Theae
These figures include both paid admis admissions adm admlions ¬
lions and passes passesPJtTO patisesPORTO paaesPOMO
PORTO XCGAJT CAN TKAflmBM TKAflmBMSan Tcur TcurSan
San Juan P R R June 2The Si The trans transrt transport
port > rt Kilpatrick having ba ving on board 400 400ortQ 408f01tG 400ftorto
f01tG ortQ Ricans sailed today toda for Boston Bostonand BoIItGnand Bostonand
and the Sumner unmpr with 200 00 t teachers teachersailcrJ achri achriailtrl ah roo roooajjrJ
ailtrl fca f ft r New e York Tb The icacher vil vilspend jJ jJli t tspend
spend li n4 two months in educational edU < atlonAI jn intImthme
tttutlonsL in the TInMtii ttULU MIa1ca aIea InJ
> 0
PERDICARrS PERDICARISAS PERDICARISASBADLYTREATED WAS WASBADLY WASBADLY
BADLY BADLYTREATED BADLYTREATEDt TREATED TREATEDBrigand TREATEDt TREATEDBrig11
t
L LBrigand t
Brigand RaisniiStMom ltitlf4fSeliomSMwatI ltitlf4fSeliomSMwatIHim Rtiiidi Seldom Sfctwwl SfctwwlHim ShewedHim
Him Any Gwwidrtffon GwwidrtffonSKULL C eiiertftinSKULl
SKULL ALJItSr Al0 r FRACTUReD FRACTUREJLYl FRACTUReDun FRACTUREDsiTs
siTs AAzCiT JUfABCHT IOjn Ia BJEIUJfiMU JrDI HT HTANGIEj I1fCOV INTu
Tu COV UNtT UNtTI Y YT
I
T ANGIEj AlGIEJt June Ju 3 2 Ion Perdicaris Perdicaristhe Perdlcarltbe
T I the American who last week w wee w wrei wasreleased was wasreleased
released rei by the brigand brigandwas Mtsull Mtsulla Misuliwas
was a much t better teft today and andAssociated a gaVe the theAssociated he heAB8O
Associated AB8O < iated Press huinterview an interview interviewive Sesortpt Sesortptire t ti
ire i V of the circumstances clreqmat of his capture captureand ptgre ptgreand I
and of his experience while JaQe a prisoner prisonerto
to Rateulis camp campHe campHe i iHe
He ay ays that on the tbeaf nfcht bt of May 18 1 1he 18he I Ihe
he Just entered the 4toi9V rovm and andhearing andhearing I Itea
hearing tea r1n a noise oIae s ssoui niMf the na servants servantshe rvantabe
he e and Cromwell CIo1nweUV Variey the 1W British Britishsubject Srttishsubject Ca1 h hMlbject
subject wto wb was also captured by Hal Raisuli RalaWi Halcull
cull went oat to investigate the cause causeI eaUlleThey cameThey
I They were w immediately surrounded by byarmed byarmed I Iarmed
armed Moors K who bound and mai maltreated maitreated ¬
treated them Va Variey resisted and ft4tstruck was wasI wasstruck j
I struck on the head with tIt the butt ofa ofarifle of ofarifle B Br1fte
rifle and a knife was slashed alled across acrosshis acrouhis acrosshis
his hands making serious Q118 wounds woundsAt
At first t it was aatb thought t Varteys skull skullhad alrunhad skullhad
had been fractured Peryfearto and andVariey andVarley andVarley
Varley were then carried away on oni 9ftbersebaek onhorseback
i horseback They were bound with withropes withropes withropes
ropes and roundabout roads were tak taken takfOn taken
en in order to avoid villages s The ban banfour bandits bandits
dits topped at Trraden twenty twentyfour twentyfour
four hours from Tangier and Raisnli Baleu11allowed Ralsuliallowed Raisnliallowed
allowed Perdicaris to write to htowife htowifethe hla wife wifethe
the next morning and also to the thesbereef theb theshereef
sbereef b reef of Waaan W un asking uIda < them to t in intervene Interve8 interveije ¬
tervene for himself and Varley VarleyAt
At Tsarradent the captives lived in ina Ina toa
a filthy but They were we not allowed allowedto
to go 100 yards away from it and were werestrongly wereaironiy werestrongly
strongly guarded When the shereef of ofWazan ofWazan ofWazan
Wazan arrived a big tent was placed placedat
at the disposal of the prisoners and in inother Inother Inother
other ways wa the shereef was the means meansof JlMJnsof meansof
of alleviating their tbe condition to a con considerable conmderable conaiderable ¬
siderable extent The attitude of the theMoors theMoor theMoors
Moors changed e ed froni t Insult to fair fairtreatment fairtreatment fairtreatment
treatment treatmentSpies treatmentS
Spies 8 of the pretender who were In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the camp aB the time tried to induce induceVariey ba4uCPVarley IDduceVarisy
Variey to accept a post under r the pre pretender pretender peetendej ¬
tender tenderAaaxchy tenderI Aaaxchy I 19 3Uign a g i ix Gauntry GauntryRatoutt otryaalauU OctietryReliuft
Ratoutt daily called and held Ion Ionconversations long lonTconvenutons longconyersstions
conversations with the t e prisoners He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said anarchy was w reigning In the coun country eountry country ¬
try The animosity of the people he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said was not directed against Qaet the ant sultan 8111tan anttan ¬
tan but against his governors governorsRaisulis lrOyemonRaisuUs governorsRaisuIts
Raisulis father fatber fa her Ferlcarte said d left lefthim lefthim
him much property and cattle which whicharoused whicharoused
aroused the animosity of the Kaids Kaidswho Kalclawbo Kaldswho
who induced lndu the Bashaw bw by presents to torob torob torob
rob BateaU of his b hisbelOngIflas belongings n and final finally 1Inal1y finally ¬
ly to imprison him for four years at atMogador atMopdor atMogador
Mogador MogadorOn
On his bI release Raisull QJi interviewed interviewedMohammed InterviewedMohammed interviewedMohammed
Mohammed El Torres representative representativeof nttlve
of the sultan at Tangier iwneffffttng iwneffffttngthe e0n501ugthe tug tugtbe
the restitution tttution of bto prejter larqp F J Jwithout 8ftIl atkIU atkIUwithout ttdf ttdfwtllJoUt
without avail KahfvN KahfvNthe teke teketile ke kethe
the law into his 0wp JU JUresults Wi be theresults
results alisaay i totofrni totofrniUwt fl fltbat aid
Uwt he b bate e WfJa NiJ IJWWtbWfth IJWWtbWfthropen w DU DUropeans BU BUropean
ropeans but statetf etat itatedthM ItW ItWto < tta H Hto = H3 H3to j
to bring the tbeits MOur Moorish uja ujaits Wte Wteits
its senses was by capturing urpenuntil urpen UrOPP1t5until 11iJ 11iJuntil
until the foreign powers awaken a n to a arealisation arealisatlon
realisation real iatton of the existing esl tm conditions conditionsMr I
Mr r Perdicaris said that Bafarall is isposing tpoSing ispo
posing po ing as apatriot a patriot who wants to see seethe seethe
the country happy and peaceful and andhe andb andhe I
he b is offering to accept the responsi responsibility responsibility responalbility ¬
bility for maintaining the country from fromTangier fromTangier
Tangier Ta er to Fe Fu and andc1ear clear it of robbery robberyand robberyand er7 er7and I
and crime if he Is backed up by the thepowers tbepowe thepowers
powers powe rs lie found in Raisuii Ral u U an edo educated edocated ¬
cated and intellectual man manThe manTIle manThe
The only time the prisoners prison en were wecedurinJe weteanxious wereanxious
anxious was durIng the last two days a
they were erf at atHarabln Bftrabin the viiiagn viiiagnof v111a v111aof villageof
of Zelal the governor ovtrnor of the Bent BenlMSara BeniISara BentWSara
MSara tribe When theexchange the < exchanp exchanpcurrecI oc occurred oecurved ¬
curved over three hours were lost hi hithe Intbe tnthe
the exchange of compliments Raisuii Raisuiirefusing Rallluliretuslng Raisutirefusing
refusing to talk business ba me until the last lastmoment lutmoment lastmoment
moment being bein apparently very sue suspicious 111I8plll suepitIOU ¬
picious plll iou of an attempt to capture him himWhen blmWben himWhen
When he received the money and the tlwmen tMn themen
men n were returned by him te 1 the ran ransom ranBOm ransom ¬
som party he hurried away toward towardhis torardhis towardhis
his village villagePerdicaris villaaePerdicarla villagePerdlcarle
Perdicaris and Variey Immediately Immediatelymounted Immediatelymounted Immediatelymounted
mounted horses and proceeded ecJ to Tan Tangier Tangret Tangter ¬
gier a Journey of sixteen hours hoursOpinkm houraOpbaiaa hoursof
Opinkm of HafevliDuring JtaiIRaUDurin Hafevli KalsuhtDuring
During the th interview Perdicaris ex expressed exp cxpremed ¬
pressed p gratitude Utude to the English IrUaI1k IrUaI1kiDe speak speaking speaklug ¬
lug people for their sympathy during duringhis d1u1ncb18 duringhis
his captivity captivityDescribing captivityDetrcrlbln C CDescribing
Describing Ralsuli further be said saidhe saidhe
he did not get the impression t but at t he heWJKS heas heas
WJKS as a sordid man ma but one who favoredthe favored favoredthe fa vored voredthe
the maintalnehce of law and order He Heexercised Heexercl Heexercised
exercised exercl e4 a great control over the peo people people peepie ¬
ple and his followers who display re remarkable remar remgrcable ¬
markable mar ble devotion to him His follow followers toUowen followers ¬
ers are increasing continually Raisuii Raisuiiorganised Ral Ralsuilorgapteed uU uUorganlaed
organised the confederation of the theKabyles theKabylea theIcabyles
Kabyles in which for many years yearsanarchy yearsanarcby yearsanarchy
anarchy existed His force now nowamounts nowamounts nowamounts
amounts to 4000 000 men armed with withMauser withMauser withMauser
Mauser and Remington rifles riflesPMM1SIIHI riftBt riftBPIOMSCQ riflesPOMlS4NG
t
PMM1SIIHI YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERSF0
F0 FOR ST l LOUIS DERBY UERBYSt
St Louis June 26 20The = The St Louis Louisby LouisDerby
Derby by to be decided at the fair grounds groundsnext SJoundsft groundsnext
next ft d Saturday promises to be the great greatest j jest
est Derby ever run at St Louis LouisAmong LouisAlDOl LoutsAmong
Among the horses hO h see e8 that have earned earnedpenalU earnedpenalties j jpenalties
penalties and wih ill therefore carry more morehich morethan
than their weight are Moharlb owned ownedby
by John W chtlT of fE Memphis > mphi which wblchwon whichwon hich i iwon
won the Karsa Kal1 < Sty ityDerby Derby and finished ftnIaiedthirtJ flnlsedthird
third in the Worlds orids fair handicap Ort artV O OWells I IWells
Wells V > Il winjMr wi i r of the Tidal stakes which whichl
l h thf hc > ea pc p bi candidate El Elwood wood repre represtuUng tepret repreatting
stuUng t < uling Hfornia tornia winner of the Ken Kentucky Kentuky Kentueky ¬
tucky pg Latonia Derbies DerbiesIn
In aoaitiqn a IUon Itionsuch such good colts as Bear Bearcatcher Bearrachtr Bearatchcr
catcher Military Man Flower King KingPrince KingPrinPe I
Prince Sllverwlngs Dutiful King KingCrnkI KingCroker I ICroker
Croker Rainlanfl Bugler Montebank Montebanken1 I I2nd
en1 Foresight will make up Pone one of the thetet j i ih
he h tet t fields fi j sent s ett nt to the post since Prince PrinceLief PrinceLitf > I ILlti i
Lief and Ben B > n Brush fought it out in inlfc inl96 I IH96
lfc H96 the former winning by a short shortmargin shortmargin shortmtrgin
margin and setting a mark of 234 34 for forthe forthe i j
the mile and a half which has not been beenefualeri n j
equaled since sinceMORMONSBUY sinceMORMONS
I IMORMONS j
MORMONSBUY MORMONS BUY LAND LANDLarge LANDLarge LANDlArge
Large Mexican Mlfli exican Tract c for Oblonia Obloniation ODlomtioD OcloalsaMexico
tion tionMexico tioDMexico
Mexico City June 2i IA A report is be being being bebig ¬
ing circulated clreulatedbere here to the effect that thattu tbatth thattli
tu th Mormon church would be quite ac actiry aet acengaged
tiry t cy engaged during the next few fewniinn fewIP > w wI1Ith
niinn IP t fl UL Ettunug t urmtg laud iu various aliov por portions portions pertions ¬
tions of Mexico exco for the purpose of ofcolonization ofcolonization ofcolonization
colonization The assertion to made madethat madethat madethat
that it was recently r decided to pur purchase purcha8o poechase ¬
chase a tract of 500001 acre in Sonora Soneraor
or Cl CJihuahua ihuahua to be b used as an ex extension extenoion cxter11tF ¬
tension of the th colonies eoon es of f Colonia Dub DubJan DubIan Dubhtn
Jan ami Diaz Db 1i The arrangements are aretbuut areaLut areatjt
tbuut atjt t iJIloplw jjiipi s l it is 1 said and with within withIn withlet ¬
in a few weeks the deeds will be ready readyfor readytor readyfor
for transfer transferIn
In addition to these lands it i ilearned tlearned Is Islearned
learned the tbeMormon Mormon elders have taken takenh takenhold takenhid
h hold d of traia rGr ver 1 other land offers ofrr rr rrsaia r rn1 r4i
n1 4i I i i tn i thm Ulolig these are arelU areasia
asia w off targe tfatts of Jnd In Sln Slnloa Sina Sinalea tnsa tnsaloa
loa and Chlajws Chi
IT
NEGRO NEGRO LYNCHED LYNCHEDIN lYNGHED
IN GOOD GOODORDER GOODORDERcILI ORDER ORDERCiafra4
4 4Gfetrgarf
Gfetrgarf cILI With Assjiultifti Assau1tis IIf Fur FurWhIteGii1 FturWhite ear earWhIte
White WhIteGii1 Sirifc SirifcHIS Girt GirillS
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JUJlGm1I wQT nm wmneasBD WLLR4 WLT BY 3000 3000WJbUTES 3000w4UZ
w4UZr 1 1E WJbUTES AJTP > A BB BBUROPIA
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r UROPIA Miss 111 June LStlriing LStlriing1L 8t Stirling StirlingDunham un unDunham
E 1L Dunham a negro e charged J with withcriminally withcriminally Jtb JtbcrlminaUy
criminally assaulting the 14krearold 14krearolddaughter troldctater l4yeazotddaughter
daughter of John Wilson a white man mannear mannear mannear
near Bellfontaine Be11 ntalne two week ago and andattempting andattempting andattempting
attempting to criminally cri assault git three threeyoung th thyouq threeyoung
young ladles named Dunn near this thisqity thist7 titlepity
pity t7 all during the course of the tJaeme tJaemeday same sameday sameday
day was hanged in the public square squarehere square1Iere squarehere
here today by a mob The TIIeoo noose was wasPlaced wasplaced as as411rMat
Placed ahoot Ijt the negros V Back neckby by b the thelittle tbeIIUIe thelittle
little Wilson girt W who poatu1denti poatu1dentiIabn positively identi ldentlAid identified ¬
Aid Was as a her assailant The JMCrowaa negrowas negro negrowas
was then placed on the back of a Mack Mackhorse Itlackhone blackhorse
horse and at a signal from the leader leaderof leadfrof
of the mob the little Wilson girt led ledthe ledtJae ledthe
the horse from under him himOver hi hiOver himOver
Over 4000 000 person white wbi and black blackwitnessed blackWitJlct blackwithessed
witnessed the hanging The lynching lynchingwas
was w a sa orderly as a legal execution executionAfter eaecutionAftet egecutionAfter
After being assured that the negro was wasdead W8ithe wa wadegd
dead the mob cut down the body and andturned andturned 4 4turned
turned it over to relatives relatly for burial burialDunham burialwaa burialDuum
Dunham wa was captured Friday near nearVienna nearVienna nearVienna
Vienna Ala after a running J1I chase chaseduring chasedurlag
during 4811 which he was twfee wounded woundedHe
It
He was w brought here last night t by the thesheriff thesheriff thesheilff
sheriff of this vWiteon < 11D county nty A Alarge Alarge Alarge
large mob met the train at the railroad railroadstation rallroastattoD ratlroaiistation
station and an effort was made to get getthe getthe getthe
the negro but the officers spirited him himaway himaway himaway
away and carried him to Jail at Walt WalthaU Waltban Walthall
ban six miles from here where the theparty thepart theparty
party part was agate met by a mob ob of de determined eletenniIIed doteimlued ¬
termined men who said their Intention Intentionwas
was to burn Dunham The officers in incharge inof incharge
charge of the negro succeeded in pre preva4ing prevaIJDC peevs4lng
va4ing upon the mob to give up this thisintention thl thlIDtenUn thisfntentipn
intention but only after promtoin to todeliver todeliver todeliver
deliver thenegro the negro to the mob this morn morning mornI mornlog ¬
log I for execution There was a strong strongsentiment atnmgIieDtiment strongsentiment
sentiment for burning hut this was wasovercome wasovercome as asovercome
overcome and the lynching lync took the theform theform theform
form of a hanging Dunham stoutly stoutlymaintained IIthuUymalntaiDed stbutlymaintained
maintained his innocence to the last lastand lastand lastand
and denied that he had ever seen the theWilson tbeWllSOD theWilson
Wilson girl He admitted having visit visited visited visited ¬
ed Dunns place but denied any bad badmotive badmotive badmotive
motive His last remarks were ere made madeto madeto madeto
to 289 negroes who were assembled assembledabout assembledabout bIed bIedahGut
about the place of execution n Dunham Dunhamtellinff DunlaamtellIDc Dwthamtelling
telling them never to go about a white whitemans whitemans whitemans
mans house when hen women womenhome re at athome atborne
home atone aloraeThe aloneThe atoneThe
The three Dunn sisters the eldest of ofwhom ofwhem ofwhom
whom to less than an It years witnessed witnessedthe wttftesIIedthe wItnessedthe
the lynching from a distance distanceCOUNT di distaimsCOUNT tanee taneeCOUNT
COUNT TOLSTOIS ROT HMWRussia IMITuia ROTSeverely
Russia Severely leYerel Oastigmted by f the theWriter theWriter theWriter
Writer Writerlx WriterJune Writertridaa
lx tridaa > nd June 27 t1Tte Tte Times this thismorning thisprints thismorning
morning prints a tencolumn tenco dtoserta dtosertaUon drtaion a aUon
Uon on the t RusepJapan a waVwritten waVwrittenby W11Uen W11Ueneo
by Count eo top Tolstoi t in bIt bI moat violent violentdocument violentstgfle
stgfle The t mUg of ih 5arkhie 5arkhiedocument e e4Qcwaent
document is Slit against againstthe againstthE pt ptJt
Jt a th Ifp le lethe
the Rusaiaa kovernsasbt t and andthe andtlM
the Kossian an orthodox church and gen generally ener generrilly ¬
erally er Jy against the existing exl tins order of ofthings oftbln ofthings
things thingsTolstoi tbln tblnTo1 thingsTolatol
Tolstoi To1 tot says that bat the th reservists reserviststhroughout reeelViatsthrouhGut reserviststhroughout
throughout Russia are aregloomy dissatisfied dissatisfiedgloomy diautl fted ftedctoomy
gloomy and exasperated and te old oldappeal oldappeal oldappeal
appeal for faith kiD and fatherland fatherlandha
ha ba lost its It spell over o er the Russian Russianmasses Uanmea Ru1anmasses
masses massesThe meaThe massesThe
The ten columns breathe gloomy
forebodings and preach revolution ll VoIUonTolstol zvolvtlonToistol revolutionTolstoi
Tolstoi holds the emperor up to con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt as an unfortunate and en Mld entangled
tangled d young man recosnized 1Rd as the
leader of people continually continuallydeceived con continuallydeceived tiIluaJty
deceived and compelled to contradict contradicthimself contradictbim contradicthimself
himself himselfTolstoi bim himselfTolstol elf1t elf1tTolstol
Tolstol however h wver does not stop with withRussia withRUMIa withRussia
Russia for fo Japan is given a share of ofhto ufbill ofhis
bill stinging att ac comments for f r having Jaavtnforcibly havingforcibly v1ng v1ngforcibly <
forcibly resisted what be e term the theunprovoked theunprovekeod t tUnprovoked
unprovoked aggression aggre sion of Russia RussiaFIVE RussiaFIVE a aFIVE
FIVE PEftSOMS P PERSOMSDROWMED PERSOMSDROWMEDTheir ItSOMS DROWiED DROWiEDTheir ROWMIE ROWMIETheIr
Their Boat Was W Upset in inBtomL a HavyStorm Heavy Heavy8toi
Storm StormNew BtomLNew 8toi 4 4New
New York June 26 HFive Five persons personswere persecswere 1IIOrs 1IIOrswere
were drowned in the bay off Fatty Fattyseventh nJventh Fortyseventh
seventh venth street Brooklyn by the e 4 eiturning ever everturning > ve veturning >
turning of the thirtyixfoot tb rty xf ot sloop sloopyacht sl sloopyacht Op Opyacht
yacht Elide and Katie In a kteavy storm stormthat tormthat stormthat
that swept over New York dii < hjs after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Eight t other persons wh whe wen wenon er eron
on the yacht at the time were rescued rescuedby rescuedby
by members of the second naval bat battalton battalloxi
talton who put out In whalebeats w from fromtheir fromtheir
their armory armor at the foot of Fiftysec Fiftysecond Fitt e ¬
ond street streetThose streptThose
Those drowned dlOW neet were Mrs 1In ra f Kate KateClarke KateClarke KateClarke
Clarke of Brooklyn wife W1 f of of1 Peter PeterClarke PeerClarke
Clarke the owner of the yacht II he hetwo b btwo
two dnngklers LJExle aged 10 and andLouise andLou andLouise
Louise aged 4 her 2ysarold niece nieceMamie oce oceMamie
Mamie Clarke and Lizsle lason I 1C 1Cyears 15years
years ye old The bodies of Mrs CJttrke CJttrkeand trksand rke
and Mamie Clarke have been recovered recoveredKILLED red
KILLED m Ii 0 0KILLED TH THEM rll AUTO AUT0ratal AUTOPats1
ratal GolUsioa au Near Obiaaxt lsao Wiin a aI
I Car CarChicago CarCblcallO CarChicago
Chicago June 2 25Wlaile While crossing e the thetrack th tht thetracks
track t raclra of the t he Aurora Elgin Xl I A Chicago Chicagoetectrte Cldugoe Chiesgoelectric
electric e railroad r H road in Austin today In an anautomobile anaatomobhe 4 4automobile
automobile George Edison n Lead of the theGeore theGeorge
George Edison Edi on Co manufacturers I lfac of ofheating Ofhutbl Ofheat1g
heating hutbl < apparatus and an his wife were werekilled wenkWecI werekilled
killed in a collision with an electric ctrc ctrcear c car
oar ar At the point where the thet apident csdeat csdeatoccurred
occurred there to a sharp ben beUg In the theroad theroad theioad
road and the occupants oceVIMUl te evidently did didSaratoga 4 4not S Snot
not notice the 8J approaching ledtrlc car carunr caruntil
until it was tOO late to avoid tile 001 001li ooIlision
li lision > iOD
iODBIJfX
BIJfX 20 tIOLVEJfP tIOLVEJfP1ratoga OLVETSaratoga
Saratoga < N Y June 2ti tilIaft The Cltl Cltlz Cftlztn CR1ZenS
z ztn ZenS < n National bank nk which whirfcheay whir It a aheaT aheacy
heaT run yesterday is de deIat deolarsji Ia to be besuuia be8lJUH4 beauui4
suuia auui4 and fully prepared prepare to Meet all allohligdions au autiiljgjtlofl5
obligations shmid snail aU depositors to tomorrow to tomnrrow tomorrow ¬
morrow continue their dennjids dem 1BU < I Lsses Lssesby ssea sseaby s sby
by unfortunate iDve inveatmeijts tmerd l and a a1 a1Iged a1legeil
legcd irregularities of Cashier John It ItDtri HUtoIide1 ItLtitdV
Dtri UtoIide1 < l < er who h ha s resigned are now novrJUM TlOWph nowp
JUM ph p eU at from 2e0o 880 00 to 40000 40 800 The TheAlldean TheAarktan
American Surety y ompany of C New York Yorkis Yor
is upon Deridd is 8 bond as cashier t tthe r1 r1tbe ithe
the amount of o 2 MO 00 and h hs s been bea of offlcaUy of1kally f fftcaBy
flcaUy notified by h the bank to refund refundthto refundlbia refunithis
this amount amountLondon amountArltICAlfS amountATSICLNS
ArltICAlfS TJtOtBLESOJDL TJtOtBLESOJDLLondon TZOUBLES TZOUBLESLondon
London June 2t 28A A diiai7b di Jl < 1a to th thCentral thCentral thCentral
Central News from Lisbon Li bol ian th tha thll thlla thwa
a punitive expedition is ahat to h hdispatched hi hiella hidispatehed
dispatched ella hed to Portuguese wgt w It t Afri 4trj 4trjIn AfriIn i iIn
In consequenoe e of the threau thr > ulIn dog atti attitude attitwk attitude
tude of the natives th thor < T r ince uce th thresolt thretlQlt > S Sresolt
resolt of the Herreros trib I ti nativ nativofboth natiHc natiHcorbOth ye yeor
ofboth or both east and West W Afri < Jo have havebei1 havebei1howing beei beeishowing beishowing
showing signs of indorbordinatin indorbordinatinwhich in ingrbodbnatinwinch UbordJDtiowhich
which have caused the governmen governmenmuch governmenmuch
much uneasiness uneasinessBATTXaWDQW uneasiness3ATXJNZ c cBA
BATTXaWDQW BA 3ATXJNZ LEAVE TANOIEB TANOIEBTangier TAIlOIIRTangier TANGIBTangier f
Tangier June 26 26omc 26Officers Ofttcer of R RAdmiral RI RIAdmiral RAdmiral
Admiral Chadwi Cbad Thadwikz kkJ5 < ks squadron 5qUad n say sa ay th thfh t 1 1t
fh tht t III Miuadnni juadr uadr < lt 11 I l vi < < < z zmorrow Z1 Z1DIOrrow i imorrow > >
morrow nt Tuesdu ti tiGenoa 1 1Genoa r S Stlenoa
Genoa and I1 that Rear Admiral Jewells Jewellseqcadron je jesetlssqeadion eir
eqcadron will ill r rem naac n here her
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