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I w T"w * \ J Tikyf TrTrA 1 m 4 inr " " " T 1 HE OMAHA DAILY ESTAIJLISIIED JUKE 11) ) , J871. OMAHA , MONDAY , JUKIS 21 , 18)7. ( ) SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. VICTORIA AT CHDRCII England's ' Queen Begins Jnbilco Week with Devout Worship , SERVICE HELD Al ST , GEORGE'S ' CHAPEL * * Members of Eoyal Fam'ly Attend Upon Her Majesty. IMPRESSIVE SCENE IN THE SANCTUARY Special Prayers and Hymns Used Instead of Regular Petitions. SERVICES LED BY THE DEAN OF WINDSOR I'nlillr IK llnrrril friini Ilio Snoril 1M- lllce mill Itiijnltx rnrllrlpuU-H UnliiiiuiMTC'il It ) ' the Mil Mill it if Crowd. LONDON , June 20. Queen Victoria began the celebration of her Jubilee today as wan betlttlng her entire career , before the altar of her faith. Throughout London , the United Kingdom , and the empire , In every cathedral and church of the Katabllsucd Church of England , were held services blmllar to those at St Gcorge'H chapel , Windsor , where her majesty paid her devotions and offered Bolcmn thanks to God. The announcement that the services at St George's chapel would bo private and for the members ol the royal family prevented the gathering ol a large crowd. The scene was most Im- prcc-3lvo and the service very simple. Het majesty sat In the chair of state Imme diately In front of the communion rail , nnd Just beside the brass plate whoso Inscrip tion designates the spot which was the tern porary place of Interment of the prince con tort. tort.Tho women and men who are th ( Kir ml officers of the queen's houschoU entered flrnt. followed by the Mllltar ; Knights of Windsor In the full costume cocked hats and scarlet coits The duke o Devonshire and Lord Hosebcry occuplei Unlr stalls as Knights of the Cartel. Tin rcBt of Iho chairs were empty , the scats o the royal family being near the queen's Ih' dean of Windsor , wearing the inslgnl : of chaplain of the Older of the Garter , oi',1 elated , assisted by the bishop of Harry am levcral canons. VICTORIA ARRIVES. Punctually at 11 o'clock , amid the sof ntraltiii of an organ voluntary , the queen or rived from the cloisters at the cntiance Assisted by hei attendant she walkoi Flowly to the chair of state , the congreia tlo.i standing She was diesscd all in black except for n white tuft In her bonnet. Urn press Prcdeilck of Germany , attired Ii dcop hlacK , took the scat at the right of tin queen while the duke of Connnught , weai Ing his "Windsor uniform , sealed himself a her left The othero grouped closely be hind and looked vciy like a simple famll ; of worshipers Among them were tb duchess of Connaught , Prince Henry o Prussia and Pilncess Henry , Prlnco Chi Is tlnn and Princess Chilstian with their chl ! dien , Pilncess Hcnrv of Hatlenberg , th Gland Iukc Scrglus and the giand duches < Oidlnary morning prayers began with i Bhort exhortation fiom Plrst Timothy ani the suffrages after the creed contained thes sentences : I'rlcst O Lord , nvo the nucen. Ansvvriho putteth her trust In Thee. Priest Send her help fiom Thy holy plice Answei And evermoio mightily dcft-m ner. I'l lest Let hi > r enemies Ii ivo no advantag over her AnswiM Let not the wicked approach t hurt her. SPECIAL PRAYERS. After the first collect a t-peclal collect wa read , and Instead of the usual moycr fo the qucsn and royal family two specials wci substituted , containing the following' Almighty God. who nilrst ovei all Kings n thu world nnd drnposest of them accoiding t Thy good plc.itmoc y lelil Thee unfepne thinks for that Thou wist p e.ifvd to .lar Thy Evrvunt , our Koverdgn hi'Iy. Queen Vic toil i upon the tin oneof this mini L" U'hy wIsAim be lior aid nnd let Thv arm Htrengthin h < i , let justice , dust and hnll ness | i > t piMei nml love nourish In her div Direct nil her counsels nnd endenvois to Th Khiry mill the vvelfnre of hci people , and glv us grico to obpv hci chetifullv Let he obev the homts of her penivo , u-t her rcl bo long and nio | ieiuti , and erown hei AVlt ; Immortnllty in the life to rome A special prayer for unity was said ar there were special | t.alirn and gospels use Instead of thoibo for the day , the gospel be- ins the nlxtPenth verae of tli twenty-secon chapter of St Matthew "Render , there fore , unto Oacsir the things which ar Caesar's " There was no pennon , but a spc clal hymn written by Ut Rev Wlllhi Walsham , bishop of Wakefleld , with musi by Sir Arthur Sullivan , was Ming at he jnajmty's request. The third verse we as follnvri O , roynl heart , with wide embrace , Per oil her children yeninlng ; O , hnppv realni. Filch mother gince. With loyal love returning ; Wheie Knghind'H ling Hies wide unfuilci All tyrint wiongs repelling ; Oed iiinku the woild n better wuilel Per ninn's brief eaithly dwelling , Tleforo the benediction the following rpc clal thankaglvIng uns offcu'd- O , In1. . our heavenly rather , vvo nl\ Thee he.irty thanks foi thn many blessing vhlch Thou hn t bestow cd on u dm In the sixty y'Liirs of the happy rtlgn c our grueloim Queen Vlctniln Wo than TIico for progu's-4 made In knowlcdgu i Thy innrvi'loiiH woiKn. for IncieiKO of con foil Klu-n to human llfo , foi kindlier feclln between ilrh and pool , for wondroti lircachlnr ; nf thu gospel to niiinv nation and we pray Thcu tlmt thc 3 nnd Thv man ilftt be continued nnd our queen. In U Kloiy of Thv holy mine , tluougn Jen Chi 1st , our l.oid Amen VICTORIA niSTRinUTES KISSES The choir of St. George's chapel rendeie the musical portion of the service , Sir Wullc J'arrett presiding at the organ lhe-f > eivle lasted forty minutes the queen remalnln neatcd throughout and following clcee'ly th special praycm and hymn. At the rnd ( her waa a pause. Tim queen , with bowed ln > a ( continued In ullent prayer Then folio \o u touching scene whldi will evei linger In th memory of tliohu who wltnrssed it Smnmoi Jug EmpiibR Prednlck vvho bowed at he fcldo the ipicen klesed hei on both cheelu The duke1 of Connaught and the others of th family followed , receiving on bemle'd knte blmtlar token of nffictlon In many cabea tl recipient v\aH kissed beverul times The quffii was profoundly moved and teal rolled down her cheeks At luM. und ev ilintly with gnat U'liictantc1. the bcckoni liei Indian attendant and leaning on hei urn VUSS'M ! slowly out of the chipel the entli I'ungrcgatioii standing , the soft ll it fallln thrcuuh the multl-coloied wlndowu and th cxmiltdtc titialiiu of the organ rUIng an BWoiling beneath the gothlc-bannercd roe II was a tune ne\er to hr forgotten an thrilled ell pieeeiit with atioug finotlons. ST > | | TH III Muillrflll. MONTREAL , Out . June iO. The JublU HUM begun today. Special services we're hei In all clunclu'u The Montreal brigade un the Plfty-third battalion of Sheibrooko , tl fovernor KUioral'a foot guards of Ottawa un thn Klfty vc'venth battaliou of Puterbon held u church jiarudu to Christ elimc cathedral , lo St. James , Roman Catholl mthedral and to St Paul's church. O\t 6,000 troops took part , thu streets belli crowded to we the pageant. The To Deum . Notre Lame church was very Impit'isiv end a grand musical ceremony , Over 15,0' pwrwons were present , Mgr Merry Del Vu the papal delegate , occuple'd the throne an 4ell\ored an aJJrcts on tbo queeu'u relgi lo also offered a special prayer for the upon Lord Aberdeen , governor general nil lieutenant governor of Quebec , and Sir Adolph Chapleau occupied scats In the hurch. IMPOSING MKVICIS AT ST. PVUI/S , Ho ) nitnml ItctirrxnilnlUFH of Other NiitlonViirslili | Ilorr. LONDON June 20 There were two rcrv- cc.s at St Paul's cathedral at 11 a m and 3pm Immense crowds filled all the approaches preaches to the cathedral at the morning services , anxious to citcli a glimpse of the royalties and distinguished pertranagcs who wcro announced , including all the Protestant envoyi . The flrrt to arrive and to be recog nized with the greatest Interest was the archbtohop of Finland , la purple and black \ffltmctitfl , accompanied by two deacons , and General Klrrcef In full uniform. Then followed Cang Ylng Huan , the Chinese en voy , In gorgeous cclestml garments He way ( Rcoitcd lo the choir , where were seated also the envoys of the United State ? , HUP- cla , Holland Denmark , Sweden , Drazll and Hawaii Whltelaw Reid with Ambassador Hay and MM Hay , General Miles , Ogdcn Mllla , 2rclghton Webb , Captain Malls and Captain Macauley came In royal carriages. Under the dome and behind the richly crimsoned royal pews were the peers and pcciccu'cu In full robes , the foreign envoyn nd five colonial premiers with their fain- HIM. Others seated In this pcrtlon of the cdlftre were the special delegation. ' from the Royal eoclety , the Society of Antiquaries , the Roynl Academy of Art and the Royal Academy of 'Music ' , the presidents of the principal hospitals and colleges In London , Sir Richard Webster , the attorney general , and 200 queens course ! Hi their wigs and gowns. Just before 11 o'clock the archbishop of Canterbury , the bL'hop of London and dean of the cathedral with the cathedral clergy and choir proceeded to the west door to iccclvo the members of the royal family Tlio aisle was lined with a guard of honor , consisting of the medical staff corps. In view of the fact that It was hocpltal Sunday. The members of the royal family arrived punctually and were received with the pro- roundest respect na they drove through the slrcc(8 ( to the cathedral. Among them were the prince and princess of Wales , the duke and duches-a of York , the duke of Cam bridge , the duke and duchess of Saxc-Co- burg-Gotha , Prince Charles of Denmark and Prlncesa Charles , Pilncc AlLert ol 1'itic.sla , Giand Duke and Duchess of HEESC , Grand Duke Serglus of Ilurala , Prince Eu gene of Sweden , the grand duke of Luxem burg and ths Prince and Princess Prederlch Charlej of Hci e. The service was conducted by the lorO bishop of London and the celebrated cathe dral choir of 150 male voices , assisted by an orchestia of ICO fiom Covent Garden opera house- , and .several of the principal theaters rendered the musical -portions The form ol service was the same as at St. Geoige'i chapel and was partlclpafed in by the vasl congregation with evident feeling. To thi Invocation of the prlrat , "Send her heir from Thy holy place , " came the deep re sponse of the kneeling multitude , "Am evermore mightily defend her , " while In 1m- prerslvo unison came the "Amen , " follow ing the pilcsto words "Let her iclgn IK long and prosperous and crown her with Inv moitallty In the life to come" Holy communion VVJB celebrated and thi scrmcn was preached by the lord bishop o London , vvho touched upon many of thi events In the reign of Victoria and clo quently extolled her piety , charity am motherly love for the people. A guard of the queen's Westminster regl mcnt lined the route to the entrance near tin poet's corner. In the congregation wcie mon than fifty peers without the robea ot the peer age , among them the marquis of Lansdownc Earl Spencer , Earl Cadognn , Lord Predcrlcl Robcits and Lord Lyon Playfalr. The roya family was repicsented by the duchess o Albany and her chlldicn , and the hercdltar ; prince and princess of Saxe-Melnlngen. Then wiis.a largo contingent ot foreign titled pcopl with a sprinkling of Indian magnates Ii striking costumes. The venerable dean was assisted by th lord bishop of Durham anil the abbey clerg ; and choli. During the Impressive piocessloi from the west door the oican was lolnfoiee by trumpets and drums and at the end of th anthem for the day the national anthem wa sung with gicat feeling The members ot th commons , who In accordance with a spectn lesolutlon adopted la t Thursday , attonde' ' the scivIecH nt St. Margarets assembled Ii the house about 10 iO. Shortly before 1 William Couit Gullev , the speaker , appearc In his robes of olllce The procession wa then formed , the sergeant at onus , carry In the "bauble1 of Cromwell , leading olt foi lowed by the speaker with his train bearer * the chaplain of the House Rev Canon Wllhcr foice , D D , and the ministers of the crowi whu aie members of the House of Commons After them came several -ml'ilstera nni then members of all parlies , excepting th Iilfh , who had foimally decided not to tak pait oincially In the celebration The pilncl pal clerks of the House closed the proccfa hionOn On leaving Westminster hall the line o march to the tower door of St. Margaret was guarded by the Queen's Own Wcstmln ster Rines. under Colonel Sir Howard Vln cent Rev Canon Ey ton , the rector , olllcldtei and the ucrinan was preached by Dr Parrai dean of Canterbury and former rector eSt St Margarets , whoso eloquent woids wll duly appear on the Journals of the House , o which It Is a custom to mike them n part. In the afternoon and evening there wi'i special accession day services at V.'tbtmln ster Abbey and at St Paul's cathedral. At St. Gcorgc't , chipel , Windsor , In tin af let noon , a special mu-slcal service was held at which the most of the members of tin royil family uxcept the queen and Empres Kicderlck , who had attended Co mornlni son Ice , were present Mendelssohn's "Hymi of PrnUo" was superblv &ung by Mine. Al haul. Sir Walter Parrett presided at th' ' organ and conducted 1'er majesty's prlvat band. Sov ral of the leading pulpits of the clt ; today weie occupied by American minister All of t'ipm alluded In the most fccllni . to the queen's life and character ; J Illshop Tnxo preHded at the Windsor Palac church and HUhop Whlpple at All Saints' Margaret street Rev. Mllburn. chaplain o the United States senate preached at th Queen's Park Congregational chapel In th Harrow Road. Ill h mass at the Ilrompton Oratory wa made the occasion nf a thanksgiving for th queen's jubilee on the pint nf her Uomni Catholic Kibjeds , a special To Dotim belni sung 'Iho Oratoiy WES Uchly decorated fo thn occasion , the marble columns Insl le th building being draped with rrim&on , am the chancel In cloth of gold. U was a mos sti Iking function the inu.ilr bulm ; magnlll cent 'HitInrt'c' building was cimuled to It utmost capacity Mgr Btoncr , the pope' envoy , olflcIatMl at high maw At the close of mass Caidlnal Vauglnn elo quently reviewed the history of the queen' re'lgn and commended her vlitues. aflc v.hleh IIP chanted the Te Deum and gave. t ) . pontifical blessing All the envoys from Catholic countrle woic present In uniform except the priiir and pilncess of Nupli * . who wore absent owing to the pi teuee of the papal envoy Wilfred Laurlcr and tl-c Roman l'atlu/11 peers were piescnt The duke of Xorfoll were the. uniform of the hereditary cail-mai flial and Sir John Austin leinetcnt-d th Roman Ciubollc numbers of ihu House I p i thu uirhal nf Cenoral Derails ! the Prcncl cmoy , the band outside played the "Mar sellaUe " In hi * * rmon Caidlnal Vaughai dwelt upon the glories ot the qunn's ictei aa particularly grateful to the Roman rath olles , because It had alwavs been ( onsisteti with Iho exteiii-lon of frcidom of ronsclcnc of ! > cr Roman Catholic subjects. t i-1 dim teil un Hit * Cniilliiriil , LONDON. June 0 Special dUspatchc from Paris lleilln , Vienna. St. Petershuri and nearly every laige city In Euiope Ehov thut Ihanksglvlng > ei vlcea , numprousl ; attended. were' held In the loca KnglUh churches The newspapers Ii many cities , esperlally Vienna atn St I'.li'islnug , publish Ion , ; culo ( ContluutJ on Eumd THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS Republican Senators Feel Encouraged About Tariff Bill. FEEL THAT END IS ALMOST IN SIGHT W tin I ci < Mltil ' AVIII Connt'li Today , lull Tin-re In Some Duiilit Him llir TOiu- AVIH lie Hevonvllcil. , WASHINGTON , Juns 20. The repub lican senators In charge of the tariff bill begin to feel that the end IB almcat In sight. They do not hope to conclude the cciu'lderatlou of the bill by the clfwo of the present week , but they expect by that time to bo able to eay when they can com plete the work. As a matter of fact , the difficulty of ad justing differences In their o\vn piity la causing the managers aiore perplexity at present than Is the open opposition to the 1)111 ) In the fccnate. It has been found alrovt Impossible to harmonize the contcullnr forces among republicans on the tobacco at'tl wool schedules. The differences on tobacco have been compromlssd , though not to the battatictlcu of all concerned , and If there should bo another caucus before the to bacco schedule Is taken up In the senate the question lo liable to be reopened there. The wool Fchedule will confront the sen ate at the opening of the session on Mon day , and It la Senator Allison's purpose to press the schedule forward to a clc.se Hence It will bo ltnpo .lble to postpone for a very much longer tltnu the settlement of the dif ferences on this question , It Is expected that If the committee should uot be able to an nounce a determinant n by some time Mon- daj the matter will be referred to an early caucus , or a caucu.3 miy be called If the committee fixes a rale that Is not satisfac tory to the wool men. There Is little doubt that an advance will be- conceded bj the committee , but the qucKlon of Intcrert Is v.hether the Increase will bo all that the wool men demand. The- wool schedule will oC courro give rise to an animated debate , but the democratic senators say there Is no disposition on their part to neellcss'ly pro long It. There are numerous articles on the free lift and In ths "sundry" schedule which will arouse differences of opinion , and If the republicans do not wlthdiaw the Internal revenue fcatuies of the bill there will be a clurp clash over thli. They are prac tically decided , however , to retreat from these provisions It Is also practically de termined that the house provision In regard to Hawaiian tugar will be continued pend ing the disposition of the Hawaiian annex ation treaty. Tor the rest the question of leclprocity and the problem represented by the trusts In connection vvl'h ' the tariff arc still undetermined by the republicans them- eelvcs , and there Is no doubt that there will bo more or leejs general debate on any piopo- tiltlons agreed to when presented In the senate. The program In the house will be the ramo as during past weoks. There will be two yesslons , one on Monday and another on Thursday. It Is probable that the commit tee on rules will bilng lu a rpcclal order on Mondaj for the consideration of the bill appropriating money to repair the drj- dock at the Brooklyn navy jard , and the bill will no doubt ho passed. hCVH UIMJVhU AMONG SIICUP \KTrltMiHiirnl Dcimrtinoiit IMSIIO.H n Iliillt-llu ou ( InMihjfct. . WASHINGTON , June 20. In accordance with the law- for the tuppresslon of con- tagloua cliDC3hca among domestic animal ; Secretary Wilson of the Agricultural depait mtut has Issued to the managers and agcnti of railroads and Uansportation companies. itocKmen and others , a circular notifying them that the contigious disease Known ae . . hesp scab , or ecabics of sheep , exlstii amonf sheep In the United States and that It Is : violation of the law to receive for trans > rortatlou or transport any stock affeetei with that disease from one s.tate or terrl toiy to another. It Is also a violation of Uu lav to deliver for &uch transportation to an ; lallioad company or master 01 owner o any boat any eheep Knowing thorn to hi affected by the contagkJ.3 dUease referree to , and It Is also unlawful to drive on fee 01 transport In any private conveyance fton one itate or territory to another any ehcci sx ) affected. Transportation companies and Individual ! engaged In the buslnesis of shipping am tiantportlng sheep are requested to co op crate with the department In the cnfoice mcnt of the laws foi preventing the lprcu < of the disease , and oril'ru aie given tha cai. , boats or vehicles which have been unci in the transportation of anlma's affeetei shall be immediately cleaned cud dlsin fected. WfHd-rii I'coiilc n ( VA'HNluIiiKloii. WASHINGTON , Juno 20. ( Special Tele gram. ) Irving G Barlght of Omaha is a the St James U. 8 I'crson of Howard , S. D Is nt the Nornmndle. Tl IIMMJ OLT OP Till : \\CTIJAin I'ulillely lciioiiiii' < < 1 nH nil Iiniiiorii Ma n ii ml n ( iiuiililcr. JCKW YORK , Juno 20 Herman Warsya vviak , the christianized Hebrew1 who ha. been seeking adinl'&lon Into the Pretty * tcilan chuich as a minister and who for t Ion , ; tlmo had the mippoit of Rev. Dr. Join Hall of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterlai church , wat ? today publicly denounced bcfon the congregation of that church us an Im moral pert , n and guilty of gambling. Hi ua'i also suspended from the communion 01 the chuich When the Judgment was reac to the fashionable- congregation Mrs. Waits zawlak , who w , i present rose and dcclnrei In a loud voice that her husband was In no cent She wab put out of the church white the pas'or announced a hymn to quiet tin congregation Mia Waiszawlak fa Id 'My husband Is In noccnt , I cannot hear him harshly ipakcr of before EO many people and not defeni' ' him. " The uphers nt a signal from Dr. Prltchan : of Alexander chapel , who hid taken Or Hall's place for the day , led Mrs Wainza whit from the church The congregation had begun to sing thr 11511111 announced Mil ! Warc/awiak at Ilist resisted , but wae prevailed upon to leave. Notwithstanding the pinging of thr hymn the excitement though suppiCKsul. wis intense After the Incident the set vice went on ai usual. Tlio announcement of the finding of th < raso of \ Vatozalak today wau the culmlna tlon of one of the most Interesting church EUlts of tecent yearo The young man hac done mlnli'try work nmong tha Hebrew.- his own people whom he had left Sup < pccsedly pr pcrlnrf In hu worl : and taku : Into the friendship of one of the nic.it In tlucntlal preatluih of this clthe lias , by the finding of his church been deflated s hypocrite and a gambler The session of the rifth Avenue 1'risbytcrlan church had btci Investigating for a long time the uatua ol Wuneawlak. IKtrcthes had been employed to look after thr charges and they hd fceci : aided by Anlhi-ny Coirstoek. Tlio npeclflea. ( It IH on which lu uas found guilty charger him with playing rnutette and gambling Ii : a pool loom and gambling house In Wee- hawkun. N J called "Tho Hoffman Hount ' The dec'blon In the cake was reached 1 si Thursday night. In ( InVtl. . NiW YOHK. June 20 William Werget M yraiH old , und his wife Catherine , S yearn eld , wtio cauuht In thr act of mak ing countcifclt dimes In their homo Ii Ilrookl ) n tnduy by 1'nltuil States Hecre service nillteistiu brought them to tli'i city prlMineis A lompleto counterfeiter tulilt wail found In the huusuu well ui Rood Imltationu of dimes to the amount o 1-01211 11 V Till ! 0 5T IlAt'HKlTn. Alfn-il Aunt In Dorn lilt" i'nrt In tli < - .liiMIfc. t IXJNIION , Juno 20. The Times tomorrow v 111 contain Alfred Austin's jrocm on the diamond Jubilee U Ij cntllled "Victoria" Hiid lo In thirty stanzns. The poet laureate b gins by describing how When they placed a Srownipon her fair young brow \ Pllcnt he fe'nzrd an one4who doth not know The meaning of a ines'iaBe. When she broke The hush of awe nround her , 'tmns ns tho' Kir Foul that rpoke : "With this Oread summon ? , ulncc 'tis hcnv- en's elrcree , I would not fnltcr oven ItT cbuMi 1'ut belli ! ! n woman only , I can be Not great , but good I e'annot < lon the breastplate- the helm ; To my weak wnlst the swonl I cannot slrd ; Nor In the discords that distract ft realm lie seen or heurd. Hut In my ireople'B wlfdom will I Bhnre , Ami In their vnlor pliy rt helpful pait Lending them stir In all they do or dare Mv womnn's heart Never he broken , long as I shrill reign , The olrmn covenant tvvlxt tr-om and me. To Krti > this kingdom , moated by the main , Irtiynl , yet free" Tlio poet laureate refers to her "princely helpmate , scorncr of wrong and lover of the rlulit , " and continues In the eighteenth Etanza of the poem : ? o v\ hen the storm of itrath nrose tint dravc Searcil ruler ? from their realms , her throne , deep laid In llbertv nnd tru t , calm ghelter unve To kings dismayed. The poem then tells of her sonow at her mslmmi's death , but how "I am nuptlalcd : o mv people and have wed their deathless will" and concludes from the twenty-fourth stanza as follows : Then to winds , yet ivlder was unfurled The HUJT th.it tyrants never could ens'avc , rill Its strength governed Imlf the world And nil the wave. And T\inopllcd nllke for war or peace , Victoria's Unghmd furroweth still the foam To hHrve ° t empire wiser than was Greece W Idcr than Home Therefore , with g-lovvlng hearts nnd uroud , glad tears , The chl dien of her Harid realm today Hecill her sixty venerable years Of vlituous svvav. Nenv , too , from where the St. Liivvienco .u hiils ndown Twlxt forests felled nnd plains that feel the plow , And cJangos jewels the Imperial crown That girds her blow. Prom Afi lea's capo , where loyal watchdogs limit , And lirltaln'q scepter ne'er shall be with draw n ; And tlmt young continent that greets the durlc \\hen we the d"iwn. Prom steel-capped promontories , stern and , And lone isles mounting- guard upon the in a In ; Hither , hither , subjects wend to hall her long Hesplendent reign , , And ever , when 'mid June's musk roses blow Our i.ice will celebrate Victoria's name ; Ami even l nglaml's greatness gain u slow Prom het pure f ° me. cnvntvi , AMnitiov.v pnnnit VTIO\ , Cosla It lea \o < DfslroiiN at CliaiiKliif ! HIT Coinllttoii . .lustt. . SPRINGPIELD , Mats , June 20 The Cen tral American members of the Pan-American party now touring the country were torne- vvhnt disturbed by a cable dispatch consplcu- ously piloted in a Nc.v York paper con cerning the troubles botiveeji the elates of their country. The dispatch sets forth that Costa Illca would not bex-ome a part of the Greater Republic of Central America , be cause of the belief that the proposed federa tion of the five states of the country was merely a political nchcmu , that strained re lations exist between Costa Rica and Guat emala , and that in splto of Costa Rica's pro tests the other four states , San Salvador , Honduras , Nicaragua and Guatemala , hail agreed to the proposed union on 1 selected President Iglcslas as the first president of Hit diet. diet.Mauro Mauro Fernandez , a financier and lawyei of San Jose , Ccsta Illca , who Is one ot tin delegates , Is perhaps the best Infoimed mar on Central American politics in the party When he saw the dispatch ho said : "Tho question In regard to the fcderatlor of the Central American republics Is an oh one After the Independence of these repub lies had been won from Spain In 1821 r. federation was made which Included UK whole five states , but not long after thai the federation was dissolved. Tliere wen two parties , the separatists , who wanted In dividual Independence for-cach state , an : the federalists , who demanded union. Tin struggle resulted In triumph for the hepa- ratlsts In 1S41 one of the federalist leaders General Moran/an of San. Salvador , In at tempting to restore the old order. Invade the republic of Coata Rica. The polltlea party there supported aril proclaimed bin president ot the republic , although he wa ! not a native of the state. Bui Costa HIT was not then ready to enter Into any consoli dation or bear the yoke of a foreign gov- eminent. Moran/an was court-martialed. "Ever since then Costa Illca has showi great reluctance to paiticjpate In any con Eolldatlon. Popular feeling U against It , al though the classes , who understand the nature turo of a federal government and the Importance portanco of uniting all thoCencrtal America ! countries Into one. nation , support the propo sition. The only question la the good faltl of the leaders ot the various states. It In i fact that if the leaders of these five rcpub lies , Including Costa Rica , wished honest ) ! to work lor a federation , In spite of pelt ] Interests and local aspirations , the fedcra tion would rlso and live. "Salvador has worked more for a feden tlon than all the others , for although Guatc mala , In 1855 , declared the five republic united , there was no tullon by the consen ot the five , but an attempt by General Bar ilos to unite them by fpra . All the othei republics rose In arms against It , the Guatc malan forces were attacked at Chalchuapi and Barrios died In the field and the schetm with him San Salvador , Nicaragua anc Honduras are most working for a federation but Costa Rica. Is , at peace and thilvlm ? , nm wo want no change. In no ccas will U bo < bclicmo of privateparties , ; but an effort t < Etungthen the Central American countries The best people of CwU Rlci would favor ; federation , but not until * then. " Illlfri'HUlli ; I.lqntir lle-vUloii. KANSAS CITY , June 20 An Interestlni decision bearlnc on the Kaneas prohibltoi ] ' , n\ was rendered by .Judge Gates In the clr cult court hero In the cawe of Val llliti ugulnst Hobreeker Broa , Tie : -lilntltT : con slrined u quantity of rjter to Itself In Leaven ( worth , Krin , being both counlgnec and con Bgnor Then , contraiy to the rules and rd ? illation : ! made anil provided | iy the prohlhl torInw. . Illatz re-fold ( he Iqunr to Ho breoker liios of tills city. The littci re fiiHpJ lo pij. for It nnd w-hen sued for tin VK ue of thu liquor bet up the unlnue de IV n he that the pluintltt was violating the pro hlhltory IHVV of Kans.ia In nelllni ; the beer nnd that the comity of ttat < < foi bide thi Itgallzntlon by one Htiite ( if an action vvh cl v.us ( legal In another. Jndre elites heli that the defendants knrw the ; irohlblton law wno belntr vlolatcl and that tney eou < not hdlo behind the kronn Mo'ntlon or a hiw The liquor was bought on-1 imjtt bo pal 1 for Judgment was rendered for the brew In ) company , 11 u n un nmlHrm nil. CLEVELAND. O , Juno 20.-Senito Ilnrna arrived home to lay lie will go t Toledo Tuetday to attend the j-tate con ventlon of the republicans. When nckei HUH evening what he thought of the pros p cts for the rutlflcitlon cf th < - II lual'ji l ity ho paid'Tha ht'ntlment U over whelming In favor of annexation , but It dlbcushlwi nt this ffsi'on l < doubtful , 01 ncccunt of u disposition on the part o congress to adjourn when the tariff m a - urc Is adopted. Theru will doubtleta b coin" opiiosltlon to the treaty that vvoul pr.long the sjuslon If It were taken up , ei I ronsldcr It unlikely" 'IVinn I.i-KlkliKuri1 Ailjourim. AUSTIN , Tex , June SO The Texab leulu la'.ure. utter be'ng In te lr > n nearly t-l ) nontht1 , has adjournt l It passed a law ti .irevent mob violence , providing the taini penalty as for murder In the. Mist decree The leuUlaturo also i > a acd a fcl ovv servan UUI STEAL A MARCH ON R1NCMAS Oity Council Ex ° cutcs a Ooup in Dispute Over the Alley , TAKES ADVANTAGE OF SUNDAY TO GRADE 111(1 Porpo of > Ii'ti nml TIMIIIIK I'nt to AVorU AcHtcrilnj nml Oliji'i'tnrn Arc PoT orlo lo Just before the first streaks of crltrson ap peared over the lown bluffs yesterday morn ing the watchman at the warehouse of King- man S. Co , near the union depot , .vas aiiw.'d liy the npppariince of what , In the still this- It-ring shadows , seemed like an ali.iy of occu pation bent on the possession of the build ing ot which he was the nocturnal gi'ir'lin ' A long file of teams moved over the viaduct nnd down the Incline to the rear ot the build ing , Hfhlnd them WPB n straggling niriy of mart hers and something very like a title liarrci rested on rarh man's shoulJiAs the battalion came closer the rlllcs resolved themselves 'nto ' spades , and In a couple ot minutes uc.it ly a hundred of thesj useful utensils fclruck earth In the nll y In the rear of the Klngman building. Then the object o' the early morning raid was appai- cnt. cnt.Por Per some time past the owners of iln > build ing and the lUirllngton Railroad compnnv have been fighting over the proposed occupa tion of the alley by the railroad ns an Inlet from Tenth street to the new depot The city council parsed an ordinance vacating the alley for this purpose but Klngman .t Co went Into the couits and finally obtained an Injunction restraining the city from turning the alley over to the rallroid nnd also re straining the tallroad company from grading tlio alley. The result was to effectually pre vent the inlliond company from using the alley as nn avenue to the depot and to compel its patrons to go around by Ninth street to enter the new depot Howevc- , the city authorities demonstrated the proposition that there was more than onti way to skin a cat. A special meeting of the city council was called lost Saturday evening and a ccncurrent resolution directing the Doard of Ptbllc Works to Immediately grade the alley was passed under suspension ot the rules Mayor Moorcs was present and he at once signed the resolution. No one but those Interested knew ot the action taken until 3 o'clock yesterday mornIng - Ing , whnri Superintendent Ueverly of the street department appeared on the ground with thiity teams and about seventy-five laborers. The entire force was at once turned loose on the alley and the diit vvta exca vated at a rite that promised to bring the- alley to grade before sunset. DISTURB A LAWYER'S SLUMBER. It was this that had startled the vvatch- min and he lost po tlmo In warning the firm of the flank movement thut had been executed. Attorney Mclntosh , who rcpre- bcnts the Klngman Interests , was routed out ot bed and he proceeded at once to Judge Keysor's residence to see If the court could be Induced to act. No Injunction could bo secured agairst the city on Sunday , but Julgc Kcjoor Issued a notice , calling the attention of everybody in general to the fact that any one who knowingly violated an Injunction was liable for contempt of court. Arme3 with this document the altoinoy histened back and ordered the men to quit work. He then read the notice signed bv ludge Keysor , which Foreman Beverly Immediately submit ted to City Attorney Council , who vvas also on the ground. Mr. Connell advised the foremin that while the Burlington railroad had been enjoined from grading the alle'y , the city was not a pirty to the case and had a perfect right to do the work. Then the ( .hovels were put to work again and kept at it all day. Long be fore midnight the last shovelful of dirt had ! )0fn removed from the alley and the peiple will now have an unobstructed passage to the new depot In discussing the situation. City Attorney Connell sild "Thpie can bo no question ol the right of the city to grade any public alley If It U considered desirable for thu public welfare. If any property owner Is damiged thereby he has his remedy In a suit for dam ages So far as the Injunction grante-1 by Itidgp Keysor Is concerned. It Is clear tha' It had no application to the city If the Burlington railroad had trleJ lo grade the alley It would certainly have been In con tempt of court , but the same restraint doe ; not He against the city It Ii3 exactly the simo aa though 5,01110 corporation or Indl- viduil had attempted to tear up the pave ment on Tenth street and had been enjoined It certainly would not follow that the city could not take up the pavement when II became necessary In pursuance of public Im provements " The Burlington ofllclals eecmed surprised when they learned that the alley was belnp graded , but they exhibited no symptoms o1 Indignation W. L Pliclps of Lincoln , the assistant cnglne r In charge > of the construc tion of the new depot , happened to be Ir tlio city yesteidiy morning and was nt once sent down for the purpose , as he explilnei It , of seeing that the property of the Burling , ton was not interfered with by the grading A lot of the earth from the alley wts dumpei on the Burlington land adjoining and Engi neer Pholrs.sald that the city would have tt remove It. llUIAWr OH1M3HS1 TO COM1IIM1 Si'cri'l Vli-c-llnir IH Ilflil < > TulU UK NEW CASTLE , Pa June 20 The unloi B'cret meeting of the five great orders o railway etrployes In the Plks hall this after noon was a meat enthusiastic ono and wa attended by members of the different order ; from all parts of the country. The press com mlttee of the- inciting was Instructed to enl ; give out the rceolutlona passed , but it is un de stood that steps were taken looking lorj federation The resolutions en passed rccon the various lallroad labor organizations ai favoring arbitration In the settlement of al differences between themselves and their cm ploy cis and call on the republican panj ti make good Its campaign promises and havi an arbitration law paescd speedily ; protes against further cxteriion of time In whlcl railroad companies shall equip their cara am engines with automatic brakes , and favor i reetrletlr.n of foreign Immlgratl' n. SAGLN'AW , Mich , Juno 20 About 2,001 railway er-gliucrii , conductors , firemen am their wives and trainmen from various parti of Michigan held a general meeting here thli afternoon Grand Chief P M Arthur of thi Eng ne n , ' Brotherhood reviewed the worl of that order since Its Inccp'lon at Detroit thirty-five ytais ngo , to the present time when the brotherhood has 32.000 members with conditions of trade greatly Improved Chailcs Wllklns of Cedar Rapids , la , assist ant grand chief of the Order of UnlUva ; Conductors. J W Arnold grand uccretar ; of the Plren'cn's lira hcrhood , and T R Do IHU ot Pcorla , III grand vice master o the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen , spoki of similar results nnd nearly equal member ship in their organizations These and othci opcakers anong them srnc railway olllclals counseled unity , gooJ feeling end fair treat ment between employers and employes. StoriiiH In the * South. KNOXVILLE , TVnn , June -Hcporti from upper cast Tennessee southwest \'lr bln'u and western North Carolina lndlcat < vt-ie norms during Saturday night an > 5undA clcudburst Just across the Vlr g nltt me near Urltti ! Old considerable dam act * and has delayed train ? on the Souther : railroad Thu Washington & New Urleum VCttlbule train IH ba'ng ' held at Hr to ! or iv unt of H treat ! " vanning away at Wai lacs , Vu Two hundred yards of track ot ihr NorfnlV & Westcin lund nan ulso d | lactd Throughout upper cast Tc'nne < * there < hero hati been n general storm with liur winilp. dolnc damage to growlri ; c r.i Hc-uer ereek , which carried the water r the cloudburst , U rwolen like a river an bovvral citizens have- vacated their hoiueu. u \n\r.v nvH-xvro is m'mnn. I'uiu-rnl of ( ho l.ntt * SlU'Ctilittnr Oci'urn In liomlou. ( Cotivrlclit IM ? by l'r < > lviMI hlnR fompnny ) LONDON , June 10 ( Nw York World Cablegram Special Telegram ) The funeral of Barney Harmte ) took place from Mr ? . Joel's home In Hvde Park todiy Two fliou- cam * well dressed persons broke through the police- cordons and prcs cd against the heirse Thirty ollleers failed to keep the cheek A bicycle tandem ridden nnd woman VMS dashed to the machine shattered and theo \ \ \ ] while the mob yollej nnd behave decorously When however , tlj homo on the thoulders of six Ing carried to the > hcirse. thu crt } silent , th" people standing heads TUe hearse wts quickly j followed by coaches containing j era Harry Itarnato. brothel oj ( Wolf Solomon and Jo3l Joel , four memher-i of the Abr ( nephews , and Mr Honey , r ( , Itarnato CoiiEolti'uted comfi _ Uarnato , In tiara , was supported by the Joel brothers to his coich They were cloacly fol lowed by Pourth Olllccr Clifford of the stpam- hhlp Scott , who tried In vain to rescue llar- nato Mr Clifford wore deep mourning H Is said that Hairy llirnito has offered a good position to the oIMccr In iccognltton of his bravery The streets were lined five deep with pco- plo all along the route ot the funeral Meat of the streets were decorited for her majesty's arrival tomouow It Is sild that th < ? ad ministration of Uarnato s ratatc will show a Btnallncss of assets which will astonish his most Intimate friend" Well-lnfotmed per- uons also say there are n-atrlmonlal ties which will complicate mattcm. The race horses will all bo fold at an early date , as by their owner's death nominations for future races bccoma void , Solomon Joel , It Is said , will complete nnd occupy theBarnato man sion in Park Lane , one of the. moat splendid residences In England and costing 40,300 for Interior decorations alone and 20 000 for the stables. Birnato'H children are fltlll at Brighton. EDWARD MARSHALL. i\iiTiiutvKn ON I'vciric co\sr. IVlt UliKo nciirrnlli Tin miKliont < ' " ; Mute of California. SAN rilANClSCO , June 20. Two filial p and severe shocks of earthquake were felt hero today , the ofllchl time of the fliat , taken by the United States wcalhct bureau , being 12 II 04. It was followed almost Immedi ately by a second shock. The violations were from west to east Clocks were stopped , suspended lamps and decorations vveio broken In some places , but no real damage U reportel. The shocks were the most severe experienced here for nnny yeais. The catthquako w.ib general thionghout the btate. HOLLISTER , Cal , Juno 20 Shortly after noon today the most severe carthquiKe ehocl. since 1SGS did many thorsand dollaie woith of damage to buildings and theh con- ten's No casualties occurred , though sev eral narrow cheapen are recorded Evciy brick building in town has buffered , and In the comt house the walta and celling hive loot most of tliclr plastering. Immediately after the earthquake a flic wall of the Acma- ho-ie house fell on the adjoining buildings Hundreds of window panes were cracked or broken and in tome inrtanccs entlie win dow tushes were thro ui Into the street from the bccond story of the building. GILROY , Cal , June 20. fhe heaviest earthquake ever felt here only lasted a few seconds today , but did much dimago. Nu- incious chlmucys were 'opplled ' over , iioase walls cracked , every plate glass store win dow was shattered and a gcneial wreckage of bottles and shclfware In houses and ittoies occuncd. People lUiShed out of their homes , thinking the latt trumpet had sounded In eainest. In some houses blinds were wrenched from the hangings and an unusual scene of petty destruction Is pieteiitcd In nearly every houtc in town. vi. i\\mi .SCHOOL l'ioir < j In I'cniiHv lniiln ! ) < < ! Ic-aU-il with Vpiii'iiiirliitc * K'relN4 H * DOYLESrOWN , Pa- , June 20 T he mag nificent property acquired by the Jewish Na tlonal Parm School association near heie was consecrated today. Upon the bland vvat a notable assemblage ot clcigy and laity , tin legal and medical p ofesslons , business mer and public olHclals. The main purpose ol the institution is to leclalm Jewish youth tc that agrlcultuial life to which their race was devoted In ancient times , but which hi * been abandoned for mercantile and commer cial purRUlts Ex-Governor Robert E. Pat- Uson presided at the dedication ccremonlu and addresses wcro made by Judge Yokuc of liucka county , and Rabbi Kiauskepf am' ' a number of other promlnent men. Agrl culture and Its benellts wmj the one greal theme upon which the spc-akcrs gave thc.i views. Applicants for admission must bo betwecr 1C and 25 years of age The Institution will bo Ftipportcd by conttlbutlons The building Is on a fertile farm of I 000 acres Scientific and practical farming will bo taught by com pctcnt Instructors and also scholastlt branches. \ \ iiiiisrt itv itouM ) ocnMOIII : IniliiNtrlnl llcvlvnl MnrlH in UK MOIKIIIKIllK'lllllll < > . PITT3DURG , June 20 An industrial re vival along the MonoiiKdhcla valley has stilted and prospects aie brighter than foi months past. Both the Edgar Thomson and the Home stead steel works resumed this evening , al departments running full I he Duqucfliie I'teel workv , which have been manufactuilng 1)111.a ( commenced to night en rails. Enough ordeis are on ham to keep tliciie jilants working the grcatei part of the yeir At DraddocK the Plttrhurg and the Ran kin wire woiks are In full operation. The Duquesno foi go U In full operatioi foi the first time In two years. At MeKeesport the National _ tube world put In operation additional departments to day , snd the Dewrea-Wood ccmpany is re ported as likely to stall up In a fcnv days. SariiKcrft Ht al riilliiil * lililn. | PHILADELPHIA. June 2)The ) tlglteentt national Sai'iih'erfcsl of the NortheaHten Baen erbund will oi > cn In thN city tomor row , und thtrt ! la every Indication It will IK thu moHt inainmuth miuUtil ewcnt of the klm over held In this countiy Tno Boclttlci which will pjrtld ute In the festivities cpmi from thu lai ti iltlcH in tlio eastern portion tion of the United Staten and the ni.i a cho ruses which wl I form u dlbtlnguNMn , ? fe-a- - luio of the fest. nro madi' up of the bee Hlnger1) In each todtH Thu vailous nuni ben In these chornfLS w'll ' bo renderc-d l > j fl.-iXi inulo volciH In adilitlon In which then will 1)3 a school children's choriiH of 3i/ , > vol < es and chorutcH of inlxiil vulciH ininiliti Ing fceverul tiiou.-mil Thu test will opcgr wltli H reception concert by the Pnlttd Sing erJ of Phllidclphla and u w mien's riariu Arne Leenhunlt. preldent of the Unlln rilngeiB , will woromb the vlHltlng foclutlits is will Govrnor Haft n Mayri W.ipAlcl : and It lu hoped Vice President Hoburt. Sliootliur CIIIIMIM ) ll } \\lilHU > . CHA'1TANOC > I3A , Tenn. Juno 20A tpe clal to the TlmtH fiom GaJbden , Ala , fcj ; H Late thU afternoun Henry ThomaH , a ncgrc oxcm > oniit from Hlrmlnghim , fired Into ; yaity of ( Jndnlun nee'roc3 Just UM tin- trail , vui IcnvlPK and wounded Will Garner , i ' ical cjbmiin fiunur and hit , frlcndx lu iiii'ed the lire and a tetier.il ilut inKui-d The-mus uus bhat In the' batk nml neck um was s'"bbed twice In lhe > shoulder unit vsll I" Two othe-i liirmlnK'iain negroes wen -hot and unother XMIK stabb"il Mean whisk ] wts the cause af the troub e MOV < 'llll'lll Of OCI'IIII VfMNI'lN , .III IK' ii ( > At New York-Atrlvi'd Li Gas < ognc from Havre , Amsterdam from ItoUcrduin .Mafpachus ttE. from London At llavic Arrived Lu Urctagne , fron New York. At Queenstown Arrived Teutonic , fion New York for I.lvi'ipoul , find proceeded Called-Lucanla , from Liverpool , for Nc-v York. At Liverpool Arrived Utrurlu , from NC.V York LEE KAILS A LIE Denies that Ho's Grooming Hiinsolf for Governor of Virginia. SAYS KEPORT IS A PURE FABRICATION Not Using His Office as Consul for PolitioU Purposes , EXTERMINATION IS AN APPALLING FACT Death Rata , Thanks to General Woylor , is Rapidly Increasing. SOLDIERS ARE SUFFERING WITH FEVER TitH'lm IN it roNlllrutlnl Ditch nnd HnliiM MaUc a ( ( iiiiuiulrr of ( he b H . IIINII rUC II ( M C'lllHO In on lluv aim. ( Copyright , 1SN7 , by I'rc" PuMlslilnir Company ) HAVANA , June 20 ( Now York \VorIil Ca- bliBrnm Special Telegram. ) ! nw Consul General Leo today In rcftreticc to the Now York Herald's Washington dispatch ItMlnuat- Ing that the Hulz report was a move' ou the. part of General IAHI toward securing tba governorship of Virginia. Qcnetal Leo siid " 1 hi\o always tried to do my duty conscientiously. Ttu > corre spondent shows gicas Ignorance In assuming tlmt I am using ni > olllcc to play Virginia politics. I ha\o not taken and nccrouliS take any such pail No one wra more mir- pitsed than I ut the. puhllcatlon of the UuU report before It rcachicl the State dcpirt- incut , and no one was Ut > s conncclcJ with such puhllcatlon. " As General Ixe ; has already been governor of Virginia for four years and Ins Invarl- nbly declined to accept n ronomlnatlon , the story does him great Injustice In charg ing him with being guilty of plivlng wltli , the national safety to secure his own selfish Interest The dllllcult duties of Ilia olllcu h.i\o been discharged fcarlesslj In the face of great oppooltlon by the Spinlsh oillcliN nnd a bitter feeling frequently dlspla > ed by the Ametlcan people They should bo proud of the stand he has taken In behalf : of American citizens Only those \\lio are heie can realize the obMuclcs ho has had to encounter. To atsall him at ouch a tlmo docs Incalculable haim The Spanish papers have copied the Herald fctoiy e\tcnshcl ) , making It appear that the American people ha\c no faith In General Leo The nation nti.st uphold him ttrenuously lemembcrlng that he Is holding the olflco only to obllgo President McKlnley during n tiylng period. EXTERMINATION A TACT. n\tcrmlnatloii on the Island In on appall ing , actual fact. The death rate Is rapidly Increasing A prominent Spanish medical officer , who has full knowledge of the Inte rior , said to me > estcrday , that should the war be prolonged fifteen months , the wcstcin half of the Island will bo entirely depopu lated. The death rate la likely to double next month. Contagion will then mow the people down rapidly The rnins have turned the Interior into quagmiics in many placet1. The Uoclm is .1 pestilential ditch. The sol diers are Buffering terribly from fever anil dysentery. Little of the small pox vacclna- tlon Is effective. With foresight thnusiiuls of paclflcos might easly have been baved by vaccination. A sanguinary engagement occuned , Wednesday at Managua tlftten mllcB fioin Havana The Insurgents attacked a column of Spanish , and the latter lobt heavily. Iho dot-ills were snpprcpscd lieie. Many ambu lances with wounded ai rived jestcrday. The rebels aie certainly concentrating ; around Ha\ana. Trains have been llred into icpcatedly. A Spanish force , while rccon- noltorlng , was ambushed near San Miguel. They fought bra\oly , but were compelled to iclhe. General Rlvcia Is sick , nnd appears to bo 'ndlfforent ' an to his fate He will assuredly be shot unless stiong action Is taken by the United States The lellef of American citi/cns proceeds smoothly , but the means are a mere clioji In a bucket. Though the war should end tomoirow , thousands must perish before sufficient food and hhcltir could be prePared - Pared t'LAUK MUSGRAVE. LONDON. Juno 21 The Washington corre- fipondenl of the Dally Chronicle reiterates ha ! previous statement rih lo alleged Instiuctlons given by 1'KHlduit McKlnley to General Woodford , minister of the United States to Spain , and adds "Spain will be permitted to cjicrclso merely a tltulnr sovereignty over Cuba. Rho will bo compelled to withdraw her troops and to per. mil the Cubans to make their own laws ; to i also tliclr own revenue and to control their own exppndltuus Praidtnt McKlnley be lieves that Cuba muni ultimately be annexed to the United StatCB. The withdrawal of the Spanish troops will lead to a repetition of the Hawaiian Incident " oimniis TIII : sj ii'T7io " iincvup. Ivnlxfr Tells Him to ( j.j Out of Tlii'NHiilj . A TURNS. Juno 20It Is reported hero tlmt IJmpcror William lias sent a tclcKram to the Millan requesting him to take mean- utcs foi the speedy evacuation of ThcHsaly. There Is no Indication that a settlement haa been reached In the peace negotiation * ! . Tliere wasa conlllit yesterday at Illraphctra , Crete , between the InsurgcHti and the In- habltantH of the town unl an Italian gun boat fifed two ahoU Into the town LONDON , June 20 Tlip I'ai Is correspond ent of the Times reports a convocation af fecting to icnridcnl the views of Emperor William , In the course of which , Hpeaklns of his anxiety as to the fiitwe of Europe , he eayd that ho docijn'5 fear Chinese am bition or the ainn.lilstf Hut he docs fear the expansion of one of the great powers and the Intervention of ( he United Stutco In tlio affalis of the old world. This , according to the Times correspond ent , IB the reason wh > the kalisor rtoos not allow himself to be diawn Into the amblllouu conceptions too readily Imputed to him by tliouo dcfilrlng to illiiturh Europe on the pretext of wishing to pit vent him from dl * . turblng It I'olicriiuiii Iliull ) llriilcii. SOUTH KHAMINUHAM. Mnis , June 29. Four drunken Itnllan lahoiuH parti' ' IpatcO ! In n envage light on Wiivcrly ip | -t e-iirly thin morning Officers Hubert Tinco and ! David HiiBllon tiled to aricnt one of the rlngleadUH , but all of the ItallniiH eut upon them atid OlIUci Ilm-llon VMIH clubbi-d with u beer liotttle , bin bkull lit Ing fractured. Shortly 1 fore 3 o'clock Hie police Hcmmloct the mllltlu nlHim on the l cll and uliltlHu. Thu inllltianun who rcH accompanied tint police foioe and n number of r'tlzeiii and made a house to IIOIIBIJ canvass of the Italian colons Throe mm were arrested two of whom Ofllcet Tnica id ( milled uu p.irtUputlng | In the light. The > were- taken to the police Btntlon and will bo he-Id to nwnlt the result oC Olllecr ] ! iiHtlon'H Injuries Tonight the lie - nltul phyBlclaiis icpuit Ills condition iia hopclcBB , _ Klllcil In a Mine , IDAHO BIMUNOS , Cole , Juno 20. Natbnn , O Crane , an oldtlnuminer , wan killed In the Way to Wealth mine liy a cave-In today , He VVIIH 70 jear of age and a lirotlicr-ln-lnw of the lute . ! < rome | i C'liaffie JU < Ie-uvea a wife In Adrian Mli.li , nnd u son In Kulu ma oo _ _ _ Trlii | | .Sail * for Iliiuu * . SOUTHAMPTON. June 20.artlett Trlpp. formerly tlio United Stutca ambassador at Vieniiti , IH a paxaengu on board the Amcil- r.ui line Bleamer 1'arls , wlilcli sailed ( or New York jt tt.rUuy.