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Congress will adjourn about June 20.
Given «a Government.
». I. ASSIST, Pnbll.her,
Burglar rifled the poetoffice aud store
London, May 16. —A special dispatch
Washington, May 1 4.—The war de- •
at Jefferson, Or.
from Stone Hill farm, near Natal,
has made public a report t_
British View of Situation in pertinent
Last Decided by the dated today, says:
Buller has taken Boers’ stronghold
from Brigadier-General Wheaton, U.
General Buller’s advance commenced
on the Biggarsberg.
S. A., concerning the operations of an
Thursday, when he left Ladysmith in
expedition led by him early in January
The British were received at Kroon
into the country stretching south from
I strength. When within two miles of
stad with open arms.
Helpmaaker, the Boers opened a heavy
Manila to Lake Taal. His forces, eon- free
The minority report on the ship sub
fire of artillery aud the British guns
sisting of the Fourth, Twenty-eighth,
sidy bill is strongly against a subsidy.
replied while a portion of Buller s
Thirty-eighth, Forty-fifth and compan
The governo *f lissonri has offered Lord Robert« Wan Welcomed to Kroon* ies D and II of the Thirty-seventh in Tongue Secure« a Board to Investigate troops worked around the Boer Hanks.
lomprebendve Review of the Import
aid to the police in the St. Louis strike.
Mtad -Dutch, However, Have Suite red fantry and detachments of the Third
Col um bla River Drydock Quent ion — The British attack was pressed home
ant Happening* of the Pant Week
Sunday. Bethuene on the right, out
Five Submarine Torpedo-Boats.
Culled From the Telegruplt Columns.
flanked the Boers, whose splendid de
linus and one mile south of that |<oiut.
vacant seats in the Faris municipal gov
fensive positions on the Biggarsberg
On the 7tli of the month the first en
London, May 15.—"The war is prac gagement occurred, in which Lieuten
Washington, May 16.—After a die were practically taken. General Bui
Plague has broken out at Hong Kong.
The Chicago & Rock Island railway tically over,” says the Daily Chroni
sen- ler’s march, subsequent to the attack,
Ira Williams, a logger, was drowned will probably build to Portland, Or. cle’s Kroonstad corresjamdent, and, in i ant Ward Cheney was mortally wound cuss ion lasting five full days, the
was carried out without a hitch. The
In the Necanicum river, near Astoria. Surveyors are now in the field
less d efinit£terms, this is the view to the
w____ __ The
American tion bill. Practically four days were British are still pushing on.”
The government ot the Orange Free
Dreyfus is in Paris and France is
loss was two privates killd and one | deioted to the consideration of the
State has been moved from Kronstadt I worried. Officials will try to hurry I ents. They picture the Boers as utter wounded, while the insurgents lost 50 . amor plate proposition, which was ¡ London, May 16.—A dispatch re
| him away, owing to fear of demonstra ly demoralized and disheartened by killed and wounded. On t'»is day Col- agreed to finally as reported from the ceived from Pietermaritzburg, Natal,
Lord Roberts’ unexpectedly rapid ad onel Birkheimer, with a detachment >1 committee, with the exception that tiie brought the first intimation of success
Republicans of Illinois in convention tions.
vance, aud by his facile turning of the the Twenty-eighth infantry aud Cap secretary of the navy is authorized to attained by General Buller, in Northern
assembled, indorsed the McKinley ad
Landing privileges at Manila are
r held by an unscrupulous monopoly that carefully prepared positions of the tain Reillv in command of a section ol make contracts only for such armor as Natal. The sender of this dispatch
evidently assumed that news of tire
Boers. There was practically no fight
Two men and two boys were killed is accumuta.ing a fortune and throt ing and there are no further details to the Fifth artillery, engaged the enemy may be needed from time to time. The affair had been received direct from the
by the wrecking of a fruit train, near tling trade.
give respecting the occupation of Kroou- routed with great slaughter. 74 bodies procure armor of the best quality at scene of hostilities, for he merely said:
"General Buller’s official telegram
The number of cases of bubonic stad. The correspondent of the Daily beiug counted in one portion of the $445 per ton; but if he be unable to
notifying of his success at Biggarsberg
Excessive customs duties imposed by plague at Sydney, N. S. W., officially Telegraph says:
battlefield. Our loss was 11 men
“The Union Jack was hoisted in the wounded.
the military government are fast kill reported to this date is 216, of which
authorized to pay $545 per ton for the and received here an hour ago, has
given keen satisfaction. It is confi
ing American trade in the Philippines.
Still another sharp engagement oc armor for the battleship Maine, Ohio
American wife of a Scotchman. Most curred on the 7th, when Major Tag-, and Missouri and proceed to erect an dently anticipated that Dundee will be
The First and Second Irish Fusiliers
of the horses of the Boers are in a
and Third ■ bat-
»<» v . armor factory,
« » the cost not to exceed occupied by the British today. Resi
■ailed from Cape Town for A th lone, | cities are expecting the hottest May wretched condition, but President gart, with
Thpre were four
talions of the Twenty-eighth infantry. ; $4,000,000, one-half of which amount dents of the north country are delight
Ireland, to recuperate from their try- weather in years.
Kruger declares he will continue the attacked a force of insurgents estimated is made immediately available. 'lhe ed, as the forcing of the Biggarsberg
! prostrations in Chicago.
Ing experiences in the field.
at 1,000 strong, near Imus, driving committee’s pro;>osition carried by a means that they will speedily be en
Joe Barker, found guilty of man
It appears that the Boers at Kroonstad them from the field, killing 60 ami vote of 32 to 19. The secretary of the abled to return to their homes.”
President Powell, of the Order of
Railway Telegraphers, issued an order slaughter for the killing of Charles had been reinforced by 3,000 men from -woundng more than 80. Major Tag-, navy is directed to puichase five Hol- I Another dispatch from the Stone Hill
formally discontinuing the strike of Johnson, iu Seattle, three months ago, Natal last Friday, and that altogether gart had one man killed aud six i land torpedo boats, at a price not ex farm says:
j was sentenced to 15 years’ imprison- 10,000, with 20 guns, treked from
"After four days’ march eastward at
the Southern railway telegraphers.
wounded. Lake Taal was reached on feeding $170,000 each.
Kroonstad on the approach of Lord Rob I I the 10th, and several slight skirmisheel .lust before adjournment, Nelson, the foot of the Biggarsberg ridges in
During a riot between strikers and > After writing a note of farewell to erts. The Boers made an ineffectual
the direction of Helpmaaker, which
workmen at the Buttonwood mine of his former sweetheart, Harry S. Bar stand at Boschiand, and had elaborate occurred on the northern and eastern (Rep. Minn.) called up the ‘ ‘free was occupied by the federals, the sec
j homes” bill, and it was passed with-
the Parish Coal Company at Wilkes- I rett, of Chicago, prosperous in business entrenchments in front of Kroonstad, shores.
On the 16th Major W. II. John- out a word of debate.
i ond brigade on Sunday led the attack.
barre, Pa., about 20 men were badly and heir to an estate worth $75,000, which offered great facilities for a rear
Dundonald’s cavalry broke the Boers'
injured, the strikers dispersing the took carbolic acid and died.
Their only anxiety, sixth infantry, met the*euemv at Lem- lighthouse and fog signal at Ship Point, center, and Betliuene’s horse advanced
passed. on their extreme right in the ‘direction
thousand Mohammedan however, appears to have been to get ering, 800 strong, with four cannon, | Wash., ata cost of $12,000 was passed,
The British iron ship Sierra Nevada, weavers met iu Benares and indorsed a away safely with all their guns and and drove them across the river to j A concurrent resolution was adopted of Pomeroy, A small party of burghers
Captain Scott, from Liverpool, Janu memorial to the Indian government convoys, which again they have success Taal. On the 20th he was reinforced for a survey of the outlet of Flathead occupied a ridge overlooking Help
ary 16, for Melbourne, Aus., was total against the plague rules, declaring that fully accomplishe<l. The few stores by three companies sent from Batangas lake, Mont., with a view to keeping maaker, but they did not wait for an
ly wrecked outside the harbor of the they were contrary to the laws of Mo they were unable to carry away, they by Colonel Anderson, Thirty-eighth in- , the lake full.
Recent scouting in the direction of
latter place. Five of her crew were hammed,
fantrv, and attacked and carried Taal, I A bill providing for the appointment
The Times says: "The signs point dispersing the insurgents aud capturing of a collector of customs for the cus- Dundee has shown that the federáis
saved, but 22 others, including the cap- !
In the United States supreme court to military break-down on the part of
[ toms district of Hawaii, at a salary of were in great force on Biggarsberg, 80
at Boston, Charles H. Cole, former the Boers, but after experiences of the their cannon.
' $4,000 per year, aud for such deputies apparently General Buller concluded
One hundred and fifty-seven Japanese president of the now defunct Globe
that it was necessary to clear them from
; as may be necessary, was passed.
THE SOFT-NOSE SHELL.
immigrants have landed in San Fran- . National Bank, who recently pleaded past, W’e cannot accept the reports of
Hale (Rep. Me.) then called up the his rear before commencing a move
cisco, of which number 75 were admit guilty on an indictment charging him demoralization without reserve. The
ted by certificates of landing signed by with misappropriation of funds of the game of war must be strictly played Inventor« Explain How It Pierce« naval appropriation bill, the pending ment in the direction of the Drakens
question being on the amendment of berg range.
the United States immigration com institution, was sentenced to serve eight out to the end.”
. Lindley, the new Free State capital,
New York, May 44.—James W. John Chandler (Rep. N. H.) substituting in
missioner at Vancouver, B. C., and 82 years in Greenfield.
is 45 miles southeast of Kroonstad, half son, member of the firm of Isaac G. Tillman’s amendment $445 for $300 as
on certificates from tiie commissioner
Johnson & Co., of Spuyten Duyvill, in the price of armor. The amendment Dewey Day Celebrated With a Parada
leader, was shot and killed on a street selected as a convenient rendezvous for ventors of the Johnson soft-nose shell,
Franklin W. Fisk, D. D., whose res carat Augusta, Ga., by a negro in a the command that is now retiring be- explained last'night how the soft steel was rejected, 25 to 27.
Knoxville, Tenn., May 16.—Today
ignation after 41 years incumbency of quarrel over a sent. The negro, Gus I fore General Brabant and General Run cap enables a projectile to pierce aimoi
ing amendment to the committee prop- was Dewey day in Knoxville, It was
the office of president of the Chicago Wilson, whs taken off a Georgia rail dle, in the Thabanehu district. Bra- plate.
; osition with respect to the construction clear and warm and thousands of pee*
Thoelogical-seminary, takes effect at road passenger train at Harlem, 25 j bant has occupied Hoepelok, half way
"I think,” said Mr. Johnson, "that
pie visited the city from East Tennes-
the close of the current year, has been miles from Augusta, by a mob and on the road from Thabanchu to Lady the action of the soft steel cap may be of an armor plate factory:
see to welcome the hero of Manlia.
elected professor emeritus of the chair lynched.
He was beiug taken to brand.
illustrated by a simple experiment. above provision, no government armor After a day of rest. Admiral Dewey aud
of sacred rhetoric of the institution. Atlanta for safekeeping.
There is not a word of news regard I If you would try to drive a shingle nail plate manufactory is begun or built, his party this morning were escorted
The election is for life.
A cheese trust has been formed in ing General Buller’s movements or through a piece of sheet iron, the nail the secretary of the navy shall submit along Gay street for over a niita
from the far western side. Nothing is would bend. But if you first drive a to congress at the beginning of its next through a mass of cheering, yelling
The secretary of the treasury has di- Chicago.
known, therefore, of the progiess of the nail through a piece of hardwood, it session a detailed report, in which he humanity.
fected Collector Jackson, at San Frau-
Arbitration with regard to the St. Mafekiug relief column.
isco, to detail an inspector from the
will penetrate the sheet iron.
At the women’s building, where the
shall estimate the entire cost of a fully
Chinese bureau to attend to the making Louis street car strike has failed.
"The soft-nose, in other words, pre equipped government armor plate man welcoming exercises were carried out.
laird Roberts entered Kroonstaad,
put of papers for Chinese merchants
vents the projectile from glancing off. ufactory,including site and the probable Admiral Dewey reviewed the parade,
jloimeiled in this country who are on which bad been evacuated by the Two More Seriously Injured—Severe Its whole force is concentrated at the tinie at which the best modern armor which required nearly an hour. The
(lie eve of departing for China with the Transvaal forces.
point. In one of the tests made at In plate could be produced at said factory parade consisted of two battalions of
intention of returning. They will have
militia, one battalion of cadets, veter
Honolulu lias been officially declared
St. Paul, May 15.—Three persons dian Head, we fired a projectile at the and ready for delivery.”
these papers on their return to this a clean port, the plague beiug efficient were killed and two were seriously in armor plate at an angle of 21 degrees.
The amendment was accepted by the ans of the Union, Confederate and
country to facilitate their landing.
ly stamped out.
jured during a severe wind and rain No sooner had the soft nose touched committee and as amended the com Spanish-American armies, fraternal
Russians and Chinese clash iu Man
The senate, by a close vote, rejected storm this evening. The wind played I the plate than the projectile turned at mittee’s proposition was adopted, 32 and labor organizations, professional
men and city officials.
churia, many beiug killed on both the proposition for an armor-plate plant havoc with the telephone wires between a right angle to the plate and pene to 19.
The next proposition of th» committee was delighted with the novelties of
this city and Minneapolis. The poles trated it. The cup or soft nose, also
operated by the government.
of tiie company for two blocks were acts as a kind of lubricant to the shell.” provided for the puichase of five Hol the parade, consisting of the ‘‘brother
Admiral Dewey attended a reception
The towns of Hilongos and Maasin,
land submarine torpedo boats, at a hood <ri old time fiddlers,” who fiddled
|>y the colored people at Memphis, in Leyte, have been captured by the strewn over the track of the Inter-
Possibility of War,
price of $170,000 each, aud it was as they passed in review.
Urban trolley line, thus blocking traffic
Americans with few’ casualties.
Mayor Heiskell, iu delivering an ad
for the night.
Sidewalks were dis tion has been made as yet of the naval adopted after some debate with an
Astoria will ofler a bounty for seal
dress of welcome, alluded to Knxoville
The American pavilion at Paris was placed and buildings suffeied.
^calps in order to protect the salmon turned over to the exposition authorities 1 Patrick Sexton, senior memberofthe appropriation bill by the senate, but mandatory.
as the birthplace of Admiral Farragut
i after nil all-dsy discussion, an agree
with impressive ceremonies.
Chandler offered an amendment re- aud spoke eloquently of the first as well
firm of Sexton & Co., wholesale cigar ment was reached. A notable speech
The steamer Tosa Mam has arrived “ A woman and 8-year-old child were dealers, had been at Como Park with was delivered by Lodge upon the ne | ducing the number of armored cruisers as the third admiral.
nt Seattle from Yokohama with 700 burned to death at South Omaha, Neb., his four children and they were driving cessity of building up the United States I provded for in the bill from three to people crowded around to shake hands-
home. On Dale street the storm dis navy without delay. The speech was two and the number of protected cruis with the admiral. "Ladies, 1 am glad
by starting a fire with gasoline.
His purpose you had this life-saving station ready, ’r
The bill for Alaskan lighthouses prob- j Germany is said to be supplying the lodged the sidewalk, which crashed delivered with the vigor and earnest ers from three to two.
ably cannot be passed at this session of Filipiuos with arms to enable them to • into Mr. Sexton’s carriage, killing him ness characteristic of Lodge’s discus in offering it, he said, was to direct said the admiral.
attention to the fact that we are ex-
In the afternoon the admiral and
almost instantly and more or less in
continue their fight against the United juring his daughter and 10-year-old sion of public questions, and attracted pendng too much money for our navy wife, accompanied by city officials,
President McKinley sent birthday
and too little for the development of visited the school buidliugs. Patriotic
extended argument iu support of the
omgratubitions to the crown prince of
Charles I’anstein, a murderous ath
songs were sung, flowers and souvenirs
our merchant marine.
lete of Butte, Mont., shot aud killed
at each building, and as the
New York, May 14.—A special to ment of an armor factory, while Alli
Two persons were burned to death by a butcher, his wife and then committed the Herald from Washington says: son opposed the project of a government amendment providing for the appoint I party drove away, showers of roses fell
ment of a board of officers to determine into the admiral’s carriage. When the
the destruction ot the American hotel suicide.
Survivors of the first Republican Na armor factory on the score of economy.
the desirability of constructing a dry tour had bebn made, the admiral’s car
at Geuessee, N.Y.
The Populist national convention at tional convention are to be the guests
dock on the Columbia river. Or.
riage was full of Howers and he and
Towne'» Advice Not Taken.
New York’s naval reserve refused to Sioux Falta nominated W. J. Bryan for in Philadelphia next month. Invita
his wife were literally covered with,
accept the navy department's offer for
tions will be sent to them next Mou-
was the purpose of the dominant party
Tonight a banquet was tendered
a cruise and practice.
day. Only 15 survive of all those who Towne, when asked for an expression in congress to make these great con them.
Charles F. Neely has been arrested ! Before leaving Kroonstaad, President
tracts for war vessels and armor in
EXTENSIVE SUNDAY FIRE.
for embezzling $36,000 in the Cultan Steyn issued a proclamation making on June 18, 1856, to enunciate the new Sioux Falls convention, said: "I can order that it miuht be then in position
Lindley the seat of government of principles and to bring iuto existence
to obtain vast contributions to its cam Started by Bo vu Play ln<—Left 250 Peo
a new party. Of these ouly one con my name has been mentioned in this
Three Forest (irove people are thought Orange Free State.
connection, that 1 have not sought the paign fund.
The bill then passed without division.
to have perished in the sinking of the 1 Middle-of-the-lioad Populist eonven- He is Representative Galusha A. Grow, office and have made no efforts to se
Cam d eu, N. J., May 15.—Fire today,
i tion at Cincinnati, nominated Wharton
Nelson (Rep. Minn.) secured the which broke out in the Farmers’
Dora B. in Alaskan waters.
who was the youngest member of the cure the nomination, but if the Popu
Throe Americans were killed and 1’. Barker for president and Ignatius lower house when he first entered it lists and the other parties think 1 am passage of an act providing for free market house, at Fifth and Federal
the most available man for the position, homesteads on the public lands for streets, completely destroyed that
•even wounded in an engagement with Donnelly for vice-president.
and who is now its oldest member.
actual and bon» fide settlers aud reserv building, 10 stores and about 50 small
The work of the Chicago city di-
relieta on the island of l'anay.
The guests of the national com m it- 1 will accept. It has been my wish
ing the public lauds for that purpose. 1 dwellings, causing a loss estimated at
tee will lie given prominent se.its on
Middle-of-the-road Populists at Sioux
tion should name a committee to meet
$200,000, and rendering homeless about
In Central Africa.
Falta will hold their convention in a completed, shows that the population the platform.
with the committees of the other two
London. May 16.—Lionel Decla, who 250 persons. These people are tonight
big tent. Ignatius Ikmuelly is talked of Chicago is not less than 2,001,000.
Wool S*tnu CKlInC-
parties at Kansas City to consider the is conudcting a Cape-to Cairo expedi quartered in the armory, and are beiug
Seven men were killed and 20 or
of (or the presidency.
Boston, May 14.—Special tn asury vice-presidential question, but it looks tion, fitted up by the London Daily fed at the expense of the city.
1 more firemen hurt by a collision in a
Martin Sievert, who killed one tunnel iu Philadelphia.
Boys playing in the market house set
The wreck agent, uuder the direction of Agent as though my friends at Sioux Falls
Christenson at Latuva Bsjr, Alaska, caught fire, and the total loss is $140,- Converse J. Smith, of this city, have did uot consider that the best course to Telegraph, sends by wire and steamer fire to a targe pile of tarred lumber
asked the miners there to haug h.ia . 000.
just unearthed an alleged swindling follow.”
the following: "The situation here is stored there. The flames spread rapid
and was accommodated.
scheme, and, as a result, 100 sacks of
critical. The Germans have forcibly ly and were soon beyond control, mak
Owing to the alarm being taken in wool, valued at $6,000, have been
Riot« iu Spain.
ing it necessary to call on Philadelphia
The chiefs of Tutuita, of the Sa- i America over the influx of Japanese
Madrid. May 14.—Yesterday passed seized all the Congo Free State territory for aid. Among the structures damaged
moan group, have formally ceded the aud the probability of anti-Japauese seized in this city, Lawrence and Bris
island to the Unite)! States, and the legislation, the Japanese government is tol, R. 1. It is estimated $50,000 oft peacefully practically everywhere square miles of Congo territory with was the old postoffice building, which
worth of wool has been smuggled throughout the Spanish dominion, de
American flag has been hoisted.
| making efforts to turn the tide of its through the port of Boston during the spite the universal anti-taxation agita 1,000 soldiers, 15 officers and cannon. was partly destroyed. This building
had been abandoned bv the government
Representatives of the Field museum surplus population to Formosa.
tion. The only noteworthy disturb The Belgian officer withdrew from his only a few weeks ago.
in Chicago will Siam be in the North
The cholera continues to rage In the
ance took place at Valencia, a here riot
When the chemical laboiatory of
America Ought to Send •< .OOO.OOO.
west for a throe months' tour for th« (amine camps of India.
ing occurred and barricades were erect The Garmans burned the station, Their
New York, May 13 —The Indian ed in the streets, from tahind which a officers acted on instructions from William Cogswell, in Federal street,
purpose of seeking curios among Ore been 400 deaths in three days at Man
caught fire, there was a series of explo
dive So numerous are the cases at famine relief committee tonight issued mob stoned the gendarmes. The lat Merlin.”
The Cogswell establishment
ter, iu endeavoring to dislodge the riot
Twenty-fix hundred street-ear men Godra that it is impossible to collect
Two Girl« Drowned,
was gutted. The principal losses were
are on a strike in St. Louis, and every the bodies, which lie for days iu the tematic aid furnished 6,000,000 people ers, were received with rifle shots, and
Joplin. Mo., May 15.—May McNal the Farmers’ market, $15,000; Cogs
line in the city is compelled to sus sun. The people have tied and cannot in India, at least 6,000,000 sure starv two policemen were injured. |Tbe gen ly, aged 16 years, and Edna Worden, well laboratory, $10,000. Most of the
darmes replied with a fusillade before aged 20, were drowned today in Neosha other sufferers were small propertv
pend 0|>eraton. The police are power
ought to semi at least a uillion dollars. the mob tied.
of thiugs preieils at Broach.
river, their boat capsizing.
owners. Many of the occupants of the
Scotch Ranker Kllle«l Himself.
dwellings lost all their household
India Police Atta« xr<! by a Mob.
Ixiuisville, Ky., is to have a targe
Greece has forbidden the ex|iortation
effects. Insurance partial.
II. Noro, mauager of the Union Bank of
Victoria, B. C., May 14.—There are
Bombay, May 16. — While the police
Homb Explosion in Paris.
Scotland, was found dead this morning
A railroad aerosa Gieece, to cort
There are 9.321 officials on the New ' at his residence, ilia head was half over 400 more of tlm Japant ae immi- were searching at Vizagapatan, capital I Paris. May 16.—Some commotion
of the district of the same name, for
I» ,000,000, will l>e finished in four York state pay roll.
blown away by a gun. Apparently he ' tion, landed last evening from the the murderers of two constables, they was caused about 9 o’clock last evening
on the Avenue des Champs Elysees by
Census enumerators begin work on committed suicide. His action is attrib I steamer Sikh. These 400 are nearly were attaked by a mob.
During the present decade the United Juue 1 ami tiuish in 30 days.
uted to the tact that be had been all for the United States, but only 200 upon their assailants, killing 11 and the explosion of a bomb under a car
riage of M. Raphael, the banker, who
States produced half of the world’scop*
suffering from influenza.
; will >>e carried through direct. A wounding 16 others.
was accompaned by his wife. The ex
The Alaskan gold output for the sea- ,
Murat Halstead has accepted the 1 large number of the Japanese are weav-
11 plosion occurred just as the carriage
•on is estimated at over $20,000,000.
I cm under a contract made with them
The Alaskan winter was the coldret
There are three things the wise man , reached the junction of the avenue with
Major Arms says he has sent nearly , presidency of the new College of Joor- j by a Japanc e firm in New York. keeps
on record. The temperature range. 1
on good terms with—his wife. ' the Rue Boithe. Although considera
from 17 to 59 degrees below aero at
ble stomach and his conscience.—Chi- bly frightened, the occtt|>ants of ths
ing practical newspaper work.
I England mi I la.
cago Daily News,
carriage were not hurt.