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N**w York M r «« Meeting Addressed by
M on tug a White.
Buller With «5,000 Men to Attempt >»
Julia Arthur has retired from the
Force Bl««ar.berg Kai>(«.
New York, March 19.—There was a
The insurgents in Manila and Hong
meeting of Boer sympathizers at Cooper
where the Boers are concentrating, 1«
nunfsniv Kong are active.
Manufacturers and Machin
The House Refused to Concur 30 miles from Bloemfontein. It is sur
Hoesen presided. Montague White, the
St. Patrick’s day was enthustically
rounded by a country of hills and jun
on Relief Bill.
Boer representative; John E. Mulhol
celebrated throughout Cape Town.
Hetty Green’s daughter is said to be
General Gatacre is now resting at
engaged to a poor Spanish nobleman. A GENERAL STRIKE ORDERED
Spiingfonteiu, preliminary to joining;
speeches. Mr. Van Hoesen prophesied
The Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf
that ‘‘not until all the Boers are in
Genera) Buller’s hill work before’
railway system has been sold at auc
their graves or all the English are in
Comprehensive Review of the Import tion.
Will AfTert 100,000 Workmen and Ex
Senate Pa*..«I h Bill Providing for th« Ladysmith has given him an experience-
flight will the war be over.”
ant Happening« of the Past Week
tend Throughout the United Stater
Appointment of u Cnuiuiltt«. to Set which is about to be used in forcing
Referring to his interview with re-
Andrew Bolter, one of the noted
the Biggarsberg range. It is believed
Called Frttuj the Telegraph Columns*
and May Reach Other Countries.
Spanl.h War Claim..
pa rd to the probable destruction of
entomologists in America, is dead in
that 25,000 of his 40,000 men are about
Johannesburg by the Boers, he said:
to engage General Botha’s force, and
Methuen occupied Boshof, on the
Two boys, aged 9 and 3 years, were
the next news of fighting will probably
today refused to concur in the senate
way to Mafeking.
burned to death in their own house
International Association of Machinist! The Boers would neither have lost nor amendments to the Puerto Rican relief come
The leaders of the Afrikanderbun.S
The Illinois river is flooded, owing, near Alfred, N. Y.
and the Administrative Council of ths gained by the destruction of Bloemfon bill. The Democrats supported a mo
It is said to the Chicago drainage canal.
British industries are badly in need National Metal Trades Association, tein; but the case of Johannesburg is tion to concur, on the giound that it are circulating a petition in Cape Col
The house adopted the conference of cash. The money maiket is head ended at 10:30 this morning, President different, as it would provide splendid would further delay in extending re ony asking the imperial government
report on the currency bill by a vote over ears in debt.
James O’Connell, of the union, declared barrack accommodation for the British, lief to the inhabitants of the island, not to take away the independence of
of 166 to 120.
Nine persons were injured in New that strikes would be called immediate and by reason of its location and other but the Republicans stood firmly be
General Cronje and the remainder of York by the dropping of a coal chute ly in all parts of the United States and advantages an invaluable base for oper hind Chairman Cannon in his demand troops for South Afiica are now at sea.
the Paardeburg prisoners will be taken
As to the reported statement of the original provision to appropriate not
to St. Helena.
General Hernandez, leader of the 100,000 men and cause to be shutdown
Rather than have it captured by the Venezuela revolution, is making pro an aggregate capacity of millions ol held personally res|>onsible for any de
Rican goods up to January 1, but all —The Canadian mounted rifles, under
British, the Boers will raze Johannes gress against the government.
dollars. Chicago labor troubles are re struction of propertv he said:
subsequent moneys collected or which Colonel Hercliiner, and the Canadian.
burg to the ground.
Two thousand Boer women in Pre sponsible for the disagreement, which
“President Kruger is well able tc are to be collected. The remainder of Artillery, commanded by Colonel
The 56th anniversary of the birth of toria have been armed to aid in the de is expected to precipate the general take care of himself, and if he in not, 1 the day was devoted to District of Co Drury, have arrived here with a con
King Humber 1, was appropriately cel fense of the Transvaal capital.
machinists’ strike. Were it not for call upon you to take care of him.”
tingent of yeomanry. The presence of
ebrated throughout Italy.
United States supreme court rendered the fact that leaders of the Machinists’
Mr. Wessels spoke briefly, beginning
Two measures of national importance this force here has had an excellent
General Kobbe has been appointed a decision upholding the Texas courts Union refused to call off' strikes that with a reference to the reverence with ami many of slightly less interest were effect in the district. It is said that a
now exist in Chicago, Columbus, O., which the Boers regard their women, passed by the senate today. The leg large force of insurgents is in the vi*
governor of Albay province, Luzon. in their war against the trusts.
Hemp ports have been opened.
During a row in a saloon at Coeur and Paterson, N. J., the manufacturers and the fact that the women have been islative, executive and judicial appro cinity of Van Wyek’s Vlei.
and leaders, it is believed, would have fighting in the trenches. He declared priation bill, carrying more than $25,-
Lord Roberts’ forces have occupied d’Alene, Idaho, two negroes were shot, come to an amicable agreement and
Settlement of Sulu Disputes.
the Boers had demonstrated and would 000,000, was passed without debate.
Bloemfontein, and Kroonstadt will be one fatally and the other seriously.
New York, March 21.—A special te»
arbitration would have been perman demonstrate their right and fitness to The measure providing for the appoint
the Free State’s seat of government.
Admiral Watson’s purpose in send ently established between the National govern themselves. He charged Eng ment of a commission to adjudicate the Herald from Washington says: To
James G. Smith, president of th* ing a naval vessel to Tokio, China, Metal Trades Association and the Inter land with supplying the natives with and settle claims of the people of the prevent friction with the sultan of the-
Telegraphers’ Union and an inventor was for protection of American inter national Association of Machinists.
guns to use against the Dutch; with United States growing out of the war Sulu archipelago, measures have been
of telegraphic devices, died at his ests.
The members ol the executive board falsifying the surveys, in order to get with Spain was also passed without op taken by the American authorities in
the Philippines for the adjudication of
borne in New York, aged 69.
British are persisently prosecuting of the Machinists’ Union, however, re possession of the diamond fields; with position.
For a brief time the Puerto Rican any questions that may arise which
The Armstrong Steel Works, at Flint, the war in Borneo. In a recent en- fused to call off the Chicago strike, as misusing the natives and Boers, and
cannot be disposed of bv the provisions
Mich., burned with a loss estimated gagement several scores of rebels were they declared that if they did, the with other reprehensible things. He government and tariff measure was un of the treaty which he and General
der consideration. Foraker, in charge
at $180,000. Goldens’ brewery and
When intervene to stop hostilities, and reiter of the bill, submitted some committee Bates entered into several months ago.
cooper shop, adjacent to the Hteel works,
Puerto Rico’s distress is growing the International Association.
Colonel Pettit, who succeeded Gen
were also destroyed.
worse, Governor General Davis cabled the refusal of the machinists to end the ated the statement that European amendments. A few of them were eral Bates as commanding general of
Patrick Egan, ex-minister to Chili, that 500 tons of provisions will be ers, they issued an ultimatum to the
but known how the United States still pending. A free trade amend- the department of Mindanao and the
and ex-president of the Irish National needed weekly.
ment to the bill was offered by Beve Sulu archipelago, has issued this order,
Federation, has written a letter in
The French line freighter Panillac agree to its provisions, all negotiations
a copy of which has just reached the-
which he says that 85 per cent of the is missing. She carried a cargo valued were broken off.
THE CUBAN PROBLEM.
Irish people dislike Queen Victoria.
at $3,000,000 and has not been heard
BIG ORDER FROM MANILA.
“It is directed that all cases in dis»
Before leaving the rooms in which
At Price, Utah, Indian Agent Myton, from for over a month.
he joint conference was being held, Will Be Taken Up When Puerto Hico Is Million Dollars* Worth of Clothing fwi pute between the sultan and his sub*
Out of the Way.
pects and the United States which come
Governor Geer received a check for ‘resident James O’Connell, of the In-
leased 700,000 acres of govenment land
in conflict with the provisions of the
on the Uintah reservation to Eastern $27,806.85 from the war department in ernational Union, declared that the I New York, March 19.—A special to
Washington, March 21.—Colonel
Utah flockmasters. The leases run five settlement of the state of Oregon’s union would begin immediately to call the Times from Washington says: Patten, of the quartermaster-general’s treaty, be referred by the commanding
years, and theamount involved is $18,- claim for clothing furnished the volun strikes in all parts of the country. The Four weeks hence, the year allowed by office, today completed arrangements officers at S’Assi and Bonago to the
000, which goes to the Uintah Indians. teers.
first of these strikes will be called in the treaty of peace with Spain for the for the shipment of about $1,000,000 military commander at Sulu, who will,
After all the large cities Spanish inhabitants of Cuba to decide worth of clothing and equipage to Ma take such action as he may deem best,
Rev. Dr. Isaac Meyer Wise celebrat
tied up, strikes will be whether they will be Cuban or Spanish nila for the use of troops in the Philip making a full report to the district
ed his 81st birthday at Cincinnati. He of the Sulu archipelago, measures have
shops of all the citizens will expire.
is the oldest rabbi in active service in been taken by the American authori-
after that date. April 11, according to pines during the next six months.
M pi I h I h to Spanish War Veterans.
the United States. Dr. Wise was born
the plan laid down by the administra These shipments will be made by way
March 20.—The Na
in Steingrub, Bohemia, March 11,
tion at the opening of the present ses of New York and San Francisco by the
1819. Alter more than half a century which cannot be disposed of by provis ences, all the afternoon, the manufact sion of congress, preparations are to be first available transports, and are in tional Society, Sons of the American.
■pent in America he stands today at ions of the treaty which he and Gen urers and the labor leaders began a made for the holding of municipal elec response to cabled requisitions from Revolution, on Wednesday evening will,
present medals to such members of the
the head of the Reform Jews of the eral Bates entered into several months joint meeting at 8 P. M., at which the tions and ultimately for the election of the depot quartermaster at Manila.
manufacturers submitted to the ma
District of Columbia Society as served
in the war with Spain. Senator Lodge
chinists a proposal for arbitration. a convention which will decide upon
I’ueito Ricans call fora settlement of They asked that all strikes and lock the Cuban form of government. To for are 130,000 khaki coats, 122,000 will deliver the address. This action
President Wheeler has announced to
the regentaof the University of Cali the tariff dispute.
outs be called off pending the arbitra that government, according to the
is taken in accordance with a resolu
fornia that experts of acknowledged
A school of forestry will be establish tion of the difficulties bv a committee original programme, the United States russet shoes, 50.000 pairs of black calf- tion adopted at the last congress of the
sikn shoes, 220,000 pairs of cotton
repute have been engaged to make ex ed at Yale university.
consisting of the presidents of the two is to surrender the control of the island. stockings, 75,000 nankeen shirts, 65,- society at Detroit, authorizing a com
cavations and explorations in parts of
mittee to procure from the govern
Governor Leary has issued a procla
the world rich with relics of ancient mation freeing the peons of the island each association, whose decision shall ried out in its entirety cannot certainly 000 cotton undershirts, 70,000 pairs ment an old Spanish gun or plate from
be sai<l. The senate committee on
learning. The entire expense of the of Guam.
be accepted as final.
000 dark blue flannel shirts, 53,000 one of the captured ships, to strike
work will be borne by Mrs. Phoebe A.
On the second proposition the two Cuban affairs has the matter before it. campaign hats, 75,000 pairs nankeen medals from the same and distribute
Hearst. In Egypt. Dr. George Reisner
associations were united.
The labor The plan was Senator Foraker’s, and
them to members of the society who
will have charge of the explorations. nila, via Honolulu, with 25 doctors. leaders refused to agree to the first he secured the consent of the adminie- drawers, 61,000 pairs of jean drawers, served in the late war.
The materials collected by these scien 69 hospital corps men and 26 recruits. proposition, and submitted a demand tration to it at a time when powerfnl
Fant Mail Wrecked.
tists will bo placed in the Archaeologi
The Port Gibson press, Port Gibson, for immediate and separate arbitration interests were contending for a differ- 75,000 hat cords, 1,500 tents (includ
Montgomery, Ala., March 21.—The
cal museum to be established at Berke Miss., in which was stored 2,000 bales of the Chicago difficulties. This the ent policy, and when they had pro ing 200 hospital tents), 2,000 blankets,
scrubbing fast mail on the Plant system, which
of cotton, was burned. Loes $100,000. manufacturers refused to ratify, and giessed so far that the plan had been 12,000 brooms, 8,000
brushes, 5,000 barracks chairs and 10,- left here last night, was wrecked about
Filipino insurgents are lighting hard
All records are being broken by the the conference broke up, both sides
000 light woolen stockings.
a mile and a half from Ozark. Wil
to keep the Americans out of southern weather in the East and South. The making what amounted to a formal dent’s plan. Senator Foraker is confi
With the exception of the light liam Kellar, a commercial traveler
thermometer at Chicago registered 1 declaration of war. The declaration dent that it will be adopted, and it is woolen stockings, all articles are in from Savannah, Ga., and Conductor
of machinists took the form of threats understood that this is the reason why stock at the various military depots,
Plague in Honolulu is stamped out, below zero.
of an international strike made by l’res- , he is so anxious for the immediate and will be forwarded with no more Reed, were fatally injured. Others
after a total of 62 cases, 53 of which
The feature of the St. Patrick’s day ident O’Connell aud Organizer Reed. | adoption of a civil government for
injured are: R. L. Todd, division pas
parade in Chicago was the carrying of a The manufacturers then presented ■ Puerto Rico, with or without a tariff delay than necessary.
senger agent of the Plant system. Mont
Woolen stockings have not heretofore gomery; Jack Cornalzer, Southeastern
A brother of President Steyn, of the big Transvaal flag at the head of the their side of the question in a sdt of annex. He wants Puerto Rico out oi
been considered as an essential part of passenger agent of the Mobile & Mont
Orange Free State, has been captured Ancient Order of Ilibernans.
resolutions in which they declared that the way, it is said, in time for the big
by the British.
At Marietta., Ga., a mob of 175 men “the form of joint agreement this day i ger Cuban problem to have a free field. the outfit of a soldier in the tropics, gomery, and C. L. Mitchell, a mer
Senator Platt, of Connecticut, has and consequently were not kept in chant of Zark. The train was slowing
General George White has arrvied at battered down the door of the jail and unanimously adopted by the ndminis- I
for Cuba with Senators Aldrich sotek. These articles will be pur up for a bridge when the rear truck of
Durban and embarked upon the trans
Senator Platt is chairman chased in the open market in San the tender jumped the track and the
port for East London.
on relations with Cuba, Francisco and forwarded with the rest. entire train, except the last sleeper,
The Academy of Music, the leading the executive officers of the Interna- >
Eughtnd politely declined the proffer
Senators Aldrich and In addition to the articles already left the rails. Two passenger coaches
of the United States to intercede in theater of Quebec, was burned with a tional Association of Machinists is the Teller, form a subcommittee which enumerated, 500 field ranges are called and two sleepers turned over and rolled
loss of $80,000. The St. Louis hotel,
for. Even these were in stock, and down an embankment.
the war in South Africa.
adjoining was damaged to the extent National Metal Trades Association has has been delegated to go to Cuba and will be sent forward. Under the pol
Near Baker City, Or., an O. R. & N. of $30,000.
to make, and that the committee again
Victory for American Shipowners.
icy adpoted by the quartermaster de
freight train ran down four Japanese
presents the agreement of the executive said about the duration of the stay the partment arrangements will be made
Vancouver, B. C., March 21.— An
three senators will make. It is under
•ection hands, two being killed.
woman in Indiana, died suddenly at committee to the International Associa- , I
immediately to replenish the stock in Important ruling was received today
Labor troubles are rife in Martinique. her home in Kokomo, falling from a tion ol Machinists, and requests them stood, however, that their visit relates all depots up to the maximum amount from the secretary of the treasury, at
Riots and incendiary tires spread terror chair while playing domiuoes. She to accept the same by affixing their to the plebiscite of April 11.
at the time of the receipt of the mam Washington, by the collector of cus
toms in Vancouver. This was to the
through the island, and ignorant weighed 550 pouuds and was 32 years official signatures and notify them that
moth order from the Philippines.
INTERVIEW WITH ITO.
this association is ready to sign the
effect that in future no American goods
negroes threatened to behead the old.
Empress Snul>* the Power«.
will be allowed to go north in Cana
Raiuon of War Between R iiaa I h ani
Five dead and one fatally and one agreement jointly with them.”
Peking, March 21.—The ascendency dian vessels to Skagway for local con
The union of the International Asso
J r pan Are Unfounded •
The United States government has seriously injured is the result of an at
sumption there without payment of the
purchased the steamer Columbia from tempt to start a fire with gasoline at ciation of Machinists met today and in
New York. March 17.—A dispatch to pronounced. The dowager empress regular duties. This is a victory for
the Northern Pacific Steamship Com Columbus, O. George White used the dorsed the action of the officers.
appears unable sufficiently to reward American shipowners.
In view of the failure of all efforts
pany. She will go on the regular fluid at James Weaver’s residence, and
quis Ito, Japanese ex-prime minister in the officials who exhibit marked hos
Boxing Bout Ended Fatally.
an explosion followed. The building
tility to everything not Chinese. Hen
strike. National President James O’Con-1 an interview, said:
Santa Cruz, Cal., March 20.— Frank
The steamship Armenia, loading at
nell announced tonight that the last
Cass, 18 years old. was killed at Levin
New York, will carry supplies to Ma covered with the burning fluid.
detals of plans for calling a nation« 1 and Japan are unfounded newspaper foreign official of the empire, has been
At Chicago, George L. Magill, form strike this week of 70,000 union machii - reports. An agreement exists betweeu decorated with the three-eyed peacock lakes today iD a friendly boxing bout
nila for the American troops in the
In the eighth
Philippines, and 2,200 tons of railsand erly president of the Avenue Savings ists were being perfected. Mr. O'Cor.- Russia and Japan to the effect that feather, which has never been conferred with Bert Whidden.
with a six-
a large amount of steel bridge and
nell had put himself in communication
structural work for the Siberian rail 1896, was convicted of receiving depos during the day with the local unions in Corea, and we must believe that Russia Hing, who was dismissed from the ounce glove on the left side of the neck.
Death resulted in half an hour. Cass
way, to be delivered at Vladivostock. it«, knowing his institution to be in several of the big cities East and West. is sincere. The new Russian minister governorship of Shantung on Germany’s weighed 170 pounds, being 20 pounds
solvent, and sentenced to the peniten He declares that all is in readiness for to Corea has come to Tokio and our re demand, has been advanced to the first
Senator Sewell has introduced a bill tiary for an indefinite term.
lations are most friendly.”
rank, and the ex-governor of Shantung, heavier than Whidden.
changing the name of the Paris, of the also titled double the amount of the de a general walk out before April 1.
Speaking about the South African Yuh Sen, has been appointed governor
Application, for th« War Loan.
Terrorised by Regulator*.
American line, to the Philadelphia. posit received, the tine amounting to
war, Marquis Ito said:
of the Shang Si district, a snub to the
London, March 21.—In the house of
Atlanta, Ga., March 19.—A special
Three of the ships of the International $2,396.
"The outcome of the struggle will be powers interested, and likely to preju commons today the chancellor of th«
to the Constitution from Columbia, 8.
Navigation Company constituting the
Maud 8., the famous trotter, died at C., says: The station agent and other to increase England’s greatness and dice British interests in the proivnee, exchequer announced that the total
American Trans-Atlantic mail service, Schult»' farm. Port Chester, N. Y.
arouse new interest in the armies as the powers believe his maladminis number of applications for the war
already bear names of American cities She was brought to the farm from New citizens of Neeces, Orangeburg county, which her colonies have developed. tration is the cause of the present state loan was 89,800, and that the subscrip
—the St. Paul, the St. Louis aud the York a week ago, and it was intended telegraphed the governor at midnight England will have trained soldiers all of affairs in Shantung.
tions were £335,500,000. The largest
begging for troops to protect them from
to use her for breeding purposes. She white regulators, who had twice visited over the globe.
application, he added, was for £10,-
riague Spreading in. Australia.
“The policy of Japan is not a colonial
T. K. Stidborongh, formerly clerk in was sick when she arrived here, and the town, beat the people, white and
Adelaide, South Australia, March 000,000.
the auditor’s office of (he Pacific Ex had been under the care of a veterinary black, and promised to return tomor one. The Japanese army and navy are 21.—Five deaths have recently oc
Victoria Wheat Crop Short.
press Company, at Omaha, has sued surgeon. She gradually became worse, row and kill them. Work on the sur intended to defend Japan and her in curred here from what is suspected to
Melbourne, March 21.—The official
the express company and F.rastua
rounding farms has been stopped and
be the bubonic plague.
statistics of the wheat crop in Victoria
Young, its auditor, for $30,000 dam of the valuable mare were fruitless. people driven from their business. The no money for war or aggrandizement.
Sydney, N. 8. W., March 21.—An show only 15.000,000 bushels, instead
ages, alleging that by reasou of his ar Maud 8. was owned by the Bonner governor telegraphed the sheriff to ride
Her across the country with a posse and the East renders it necessary for each other death from bubonic plague has of 21,000,000 bushels, which was the
rest oil May 26, 1898, on the charge of estate, and was 26 years old.
in give protection until troops could b* nation to protect its interests with a occurred here, and two fresh cases are estimate before the harvest. The ex
embezzlement, he has been brought
portable surplus will be 6,650,000
sliow of power.
Into public scandal and disgrace.
sent tomorrow if needed.
bushels, instead of 12,000,000.
“The present reform revolutionary
Recnnktructlon of Theater Franral«.
New York, March 20.—The United movement,” concludes! Marqnis Ito,
During the marriage ceremony of
At Cripple Creek, Col., the February
Paris, March 21.—The chamber of
Smallpox on the Newark.
John 8. Blair and Mias Somerset«, near States trans|>ort Burnside arrived tolar “is insignificant because it has no fol deputies today adopted a credit of
output of gold was $2,296,700.
March 21.—Advices to
Perry, O. T., the bride fell dead.
2.400.OtM) francs for the reconstruction Surgeon-GeneraI Van Reypan, indicate
Throughout Illinois, Michigan, Indi
with 40 cabin passengers and 52 dis-
Declare* Himself Dictator.
In a department store in San Fran rharged and furloughed soldiers, etc.
of the Theater Français, recently des
ana, the southwest and west, the heav
New Orleans, March 19.—Advice« troyed by tire, and for the providing of that the number of cases of smallpox
cisco. two clerks stole $7,000 from the Among the latter are 13 prisoners and
iest snowstorm in years prevailed.
on the cruiser Newark was limited to
salary envelojiea of the employee.
15 guards. The Burnside brought mu« steamer, say that President Iglesias, of a temporary home for the Cotnedie two, as originally reported, contracted
Democrats of the Kentucky legisla
Near Bluefield, W. Va., Joseph soldiers’ bodies.
by two sailors who mingled with the
ture appropriated $100,000 for detec
Costa Rica, has issued a proclamation
Olean, a farmer, killed his daughter
natives at Vigan. in Northern Luron.
tion of Goebel’s murderer.
Manila, March 30.—A military com
and her lover and then killed himself.
Many college presidents and profess
mission at Bayamlaing has senten.-ed to public and declaring himself dictator Commercial Club to have a big expo The report of Assistant Surgeon Rus
While resisting arrest Lonnie Logan, be hanged, on March 30, two native«, until after the threatened invasion on sition in Kansas in 1904. in celebration sell. attached to the Newark, indicate*
ors met in Chicago to form an organi
that these cases were successfully treat
sation to make uniform higher degrees a notorious train roblier, was killed by who have been found guilty of murder the part of Moira ocean or has been of the 50th anniversary of the organiza
ed and the spread of the disease pre
ing their countrymen.
and shut out cheap diplomas.
D. I. ASBURY.