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The Boer« are ruvhing men to the
BOERS ON THE RAID
Pretoria, March 10.—Ganaral Jou
Late«t advice«« report two new main
VOTED FOR TARIFF
Ixrndon, March 31.—The Boers ar«
Epitome of the Telegraphic of plague at Honolulu.
Cuptain and Officer* Exoner bert died last night st 1 1:80 o’clock. A Party Trying to Cut Bloem concentrating iu force afoul 15 mile«
He had lawn suffering from stomach
north of Bloemfontein, in the rear of Motion to Strike It From
New* of the World.
ated From All Blame.
Five men were killed by an oaplo
complaint. Di« town ia plungnd into
fontein Railway Lin«.
Glen, and Lord Rolans is sending for
Puerto Rico Bill Defeated.
sion in a paper mill at Erie, Pa.
I reaitlent McKinley has again re-
H US KKn« THE WIKICM fnaatd to interfere in tim Kentucky
KelatloiiN I n twi'Hi Itusela and Tur
key are badly «trained and war pn’par-
ationa are in prognam.
Msveral men w ire sriroiiwly hurt at
|IV JU| cMpioajun at the
( iiloii Pacific o|| house.
FINDINGS OF LOI KT OF INQI.'IKV
mourning for the true patriot, gallant
general and upright aud honorable g«-n-
OLIVIER'S COLUMN HAS ESCAPE!:
Th« Atltaiira Begun.
by (h. Hur.au
gelluu showed < I.ar Wal.r Wb.r.
tb. V...S.I »truck.
Washington, Macrh 28. — In accord
ance with tlin naval regulations. Ad
miral Watson ooiivi - iiim I a court of in
quiry at Manila to Hi the res|s>naibllitjr
lor the loss of th« cruiser Charleston.
Dm report ol that court was made pub
lic today st th« imvy depertmetrt, and
Is a complete vlndii-atlon of th« officers
and men ou th« I 'harli-aton from all of
th« aaperatona that havn I h -« u |«««-l
U|X>n thrm. Including one to th« effect
Dial they were intoxicated when the
Tbe findings of th« court ar« as fol
"The evidence adducml shows most
conclusively that every precaution re
quired by L'ulted Mates regulations
U| mui shl)M approaching land was taken
by Captain George W. I’lgman to inaurv
Hi« safety of the veesel under hia coin-
maud again»! accident. Proper look-
onto were stationed; Inedamen « ith
leads w«ra in both channels, and wer«
kept Iu constant use, th« Mr William
Thom ¡Meili was used and ready aud th«
latent log carefully atali-lanllzeiL That
a vigilant outlook waa kept by th« offi
cer of th« deck la allown by tha fact of
Ina dls<«rning tli« 'chow,' or broken
water, ahead, will'll he Imme-llately
re|»,rted to the captain, and th« coura«
of the ship was at once changed to go
Th« '«plain and navigator were
constantly upon lb« bridge. Th« chart
supplied by til« bureau of navigation
allowed clear water where th« vessel
•truck, and the sailing directions also
gave no information of any dangers to
navigation iu thia Immediate Reality.
"The court la of th« opinion that, in
a.-i-ordsiice w ith the evidence adduced,
the captain and officers of th« United
Mates cruiser ar« exonerated from all
blame or reapousibility, and that no
further action should I«' taken in thu
matter of th« wreck of that vessel.”
IjHidon. March SO.-Lurd KolxrtH
haw Miit 10,000 Inxip« u> <H ho . 10
niilhM north of Blovinfouteitt, ou th«
railway. Thia ia a pndlimnary to the
ImmcriNH quantitir« of «U>rc« have
now tofu accumulated at Blocmfon*
Boer observation ¡mrtieM are
ho>cring near Bloemfontein, but Lord
KoLcrta ha« 18 mihw to cover baforn
raa< hlng th« great position which the
Boera are prepairng at KroouiitMd.
Moving In mil«*« a day 1« probably the
lM*«t he cau do w ith field transport«,
therefore he can hardly engage the
Bocni in force for two weeks. Tbe re-
rofiMtru«-tion of the railway liehiud him
may even delay an invasion of the
Transvaal until May.
Meanwhile all the irn|$ortant townn
in the hr»*»« Htate within lxir«l Rol*erta’
reach are being garrisoned. Tha ban-
chu, Philippolis, Faureamith and
Jagersfoutciu sre thu« held.
Among items cabled from Pretoria
is a stateriM'Ut that prominent citisena
there objei't to a deft Dae of Pretoria,
and desire that Pre« i< I ent Kroger
«hould retire to Lydenburg. It is al
leged that the piincipal building* at
Johannesburg have been undermined
by order of Kruger.
General French, who has arrived at
Bloemfontein from Thabanchu, says
that <Commandant Olivier ha« 6,000
men and i« north of laidybrand.
tb« »lip, and K.ntrreil th« M ouut-
ward trixipa ti> engage them. Th«
Seventh infantry division and pert ol
General French's cavalry have )>een
sent up to join the Fourteenth brigade,
and the two cavalry regiuianta that are
holding Glen and ita environs. It doe«
not seem possible that the Boers will
give serious battle in the fairly open
country north of Glen. Still their evi
dent strength indicates more than a
corps of observation.
In small affairs the Boers are daring
ly aggressive in all parts of tbe Held ol
war. The Joh innestarg mounter) po
lice, esteemed by tbe Boers to be their
last mounted commando, is raiding
the country near Bloemfontein, bar-rais
ing the farmers who have given up theii
arms to the British and carrying off
There is a Brar report from Natal
that a Russian soldier of fortune, Col
onel Ganotxki, with 100 horsemen, i>
iqaratiug close to the British outpost»
on tbe western border.
Tbe Paars have reoccupied Camplall
•nd are in strength near Taungs and
Barkly West. They shelled the British
camp at Warrenton, Wednesday, bill
moved out of range that uight. Yester
day two British guns enfiladed th«
Boer trenches, quieting their Mausers
Ix>rd Metheun and the force* that had
been operating in the Barkly district
have been recalled to Kimberley by
Dispat- hes from Maseru a«sert that
the Boen who returned from fadv-
brand from Clocolan have taken u(
stong poeitious and sent pickets far in
every direction to watch Basutoland,
in the expectation that part of General
Buller’s armv will invade the Free
Mate on that side.
INDICATES PASSAGE OF MEASIRB
K«v«ring« Announced III*
Support th« Hill, If Vrnn Trndu
Cannut He Secured,
fxmdon, March 23.—The Boera art
Washington. March 31.—A direct
laving a little g'ssl luck and are show-
vote wax taken by the senate today on
lug some Ixrldnes« «gain, as a raiding
the proposition to strike from the
party, estimated at 400. is lalieved by
Puerto Rico measure the provision lay
the British forces at Warr'^uton to have
ing 15 per cent of the Diugley law
crossed the Kimberley-Bloemfontein
duties on Puerto Rican products. The
wagon road Monday and to have headed
proposition was defeated by a vote of
for Jscobadal, with the intention ol
16 to 33. While the vote is regarded
cutting the railway 10 miles west.
Harvey L. GtMalall, for 30 y«'ara the
as presaging the passage of the pending
>1! publisher and proprietor of the j>rov««r'«
Commandant Olivier apjiears to hav«
measure, it Is not regarded as indicat
gotten his 6,000 men and 25 miles ol
Journal, (lied m (Chicago of Ix-urt fall
ing the final vote on the bill.
wagons into rugged country, where lit
feature of the debate was the speech of
can make an easy rear gurad defense
Beveridge. While he advocated reci
The navy department will investi«
Charles Williams, the military expert,
procity lietween the United States and
gat« the value of <’ral» I r I hiu I. •"'Util-
•ays: "If thia column gets through
Puerto Rico he announced that if all
• it»I of Puerto Biro, a« a <oallng ala
substantially. Commandant Oliviei
efforts to secure free trade should fail,
will have carried out the great feat ol
he would support the pending bill.
< «eneral Joularrt, the intrepid leader
the war, seeing that he ran every
The bill was under discussion through
tear. of the iranavaal force«. I n «lead
chance of being grouud between the
out the session, several important
upper millstone of Lord Roberts’ army
gntenair • I Ml»«issippl. dted al Holly hud I «M n Buffeting from »pimach com
amendmentts being agree.I to.
and the nether millstone of the broken
Hprtiigs. alt«’! « «Iw'rt llliwws.
The conference report on the diplo
I'.asuto frontier. He will have done it
matic and consular appropriation bill
I ha roABting »teainei Glrnelge fotilld-
Thi- Mi-rchants Nat lutai Bank. ut
within 50 miles or so of Lord Roberts’
was agreed to.
Rutland. Vi lai '■«•li wrucked by iu rred during a gale off the Gipp«laud
main strength. Certainly it looked
A concurrent resolution offered by
<<>a«t AtiMtmlia. <>ut of a ship's coin-
csihirr Th<- dslsnlter !• in jsil.
for a week as though L,r<l Rolarts had
Culberson (Dem. Tex.) directing th«
Lml Nalisbury haa a|>>loglaasl to tha ¡»any of 83, only three were «used.
Olivier in the hollow of his hand. 11
secretary of war and the secretary o!
Bear Vlmiral Benjamin F. I>ay has
L'tllted Mal*« lor l)le iqxlllllg ot *1-
Olivier gets through to Kroonstad with
the navy to keep "seasonably advised
( otiaul Ms< rum'« mali al Durian.
even 3,000 men it will be an important
the families of wounded soldiers and
addition to the Boer forces gathering
Reudutloii in thè proviti'« of Elitre manding the Wa«hliigU»n navy yard,
sailors of the condition of the men”
there. His escape ia attributable in
Rio». Argentine, haa la-eli Mimpletely
was agreed to.
Prof. Mau, the profound «tudent of
(art to the worn out condition of th*
qiirllisl by thè g'ivcrnmenl trvsips.
Army Bill Pa««ed.
RUSSIA AND JAPAN.
British cavalry horses.
The |ti-ra ha«« adoptod a new meth Poinjadian anti<|uitl«ai, prove« conclu
After four days of stormy debate the
od. Thcir 1"t' are tiroken luto amali
ICrnrwrtf Troablb Between the I'vwera
house today passed the army appropri
have been ladly dislocated by the lost
In < ssrra Is I iniiiliient.
band» and ««rloualy liaiaaa Ih« llrillah. city II year» l«efs»rr the birth of <Cbri«t.
ation bill. As passed, the bill is only
In l hicago, Alla-rt St«-dge, 17 ytuar«
London, March 30.—A dispatch to
• lightly mod tied from the form in
Oom Paul*« Boaat.
Die tolsi Itrillah lussrs up to dato.
the Dally Mail form Kola. dateci of the wagon train, and in addition to
• icluabe <d thè libahila «cui bolli«, old, avenged the insult« cast upon hia
London, March 31.—The Bloemfon which it came from the committee.
March 28, says:
are IH,IH ili kllled, wouudsd and mother l»y W illiam Hobson, a laiarder,
tein correspondent of the Morning Post, One of the last amendments adopted
by draliug llolMuin a fatal blow over
"Renewed trouble between Russia to advance toward Pretoria is nearly telegraphing Wednesday says: "Presi opens soldiers’ homes to the officers
the head with a Imrrrl stave.
and Japan in Corea is imminent. The
dent Kruger boasts of his intention tc and men of the volunteer and regular
Al • meeting ni Itoi-r «ymp-ithlo-r* al
movements of the Russian ff««-t indi-
retake Bloemfontein within a week, armies incapacitated by service during
Rrsdlonl, I ligia lui. dead 'Sta and othsf
Admitted Ills Guilt.
< ate the probability of the seizure of a
it appears probable that the Boer» or since the Spanish war. The chief
Ull-ai"rr lulaalra arre liuiled al tha
Camden. N. J., March 23.—The trial are approaching in force southward.” incident of the day was a defense of the
Corean ¡»Tt Th« war office officials
discussed and approved ill principle the
at Tokio are holding conferences, and for conspira of William H. Hay and
war department against the charge of
rrclpnx itv arrangement, under the
Vlee In Gotham.
th«-r* has lawn considerable military Howard Sloan, Philadelphia newspa
reckless extravagance in the fitting up
En>l ol China la at hsml. l'artllnm third section <>f the 1 hnghiy art, recent
New York, March 31.—The investi of the transport Sumner, made by
and naval activity in Japan this per men, which haa been in progress
•iimug civlllacil ustiona la llkcly Vi t* ly signed in Washington by Baron
here since last Friday, was brought to gation into the charges that vice flour Driggs yesterday.
Parker, of New
• miinpllahivl Isd ira tho Inauguratici! Fava, Italian ambassador to the t*nit«*«l
a close today, with the most sensational ished openly in this city under police Jersey, produced the itemised exjanses
ol ih« new centurv .
War Spirit it Japan.
States, and Mr. Kasmitl, «jirrial pleni-
A SCENE IN COURT.
Heattie, March 80.—Th« govern testimony presented since the case was protection reached a sensational climax furnished by the war department to
Th« I'nite I lrt»h Altieri'an socieitas ¡aitentiary for the L’nitcd States.
called. Three witnesses swore that Eli today, when the grand jury returned show there hail been no extravagance.
KIrIl«*n>rnt «1 the Kiauiltiatlun of Caleb ment trans|s>rt Garonne, ftom Manila
A "lory of suffering and death from
lust in New York city sud paaand raso-
Shaw, of this city, who was twice tried three indictments against Police Cap Without opposing the house coutlrined
lutimi» i'oudnniulng th« pr«q»,*e<l Mull starvation comes from Kan Nicholas
and acquitted of the murder of his tain Andrew J. Thomas, in command Boreing’s title to hie seat,
Frankfort, Ky., March 28.—The
island, off the California coast. A
of Qu<s'ii Victoria io Ireland.
mother and grandmother, had practi of the tenderloin precinct. For ^nearly was contested by White,
¡»arty of three Chinamen had !»«•«• n on nsat thrilling event of the vxamluatlun in military and naval departuients of cally admitted his guilt, and one of ths two weeks the grand jury, of which tucky Republican, and t
SLite Mln« lll»|s'ct. >r <)w«ns. of the island for sis months gatht-ring of Republican Secretary of Mate Caleb Jajian fur war with Russia. The Rus
in hl» annual r«¡»>rt, placea th* and curing abalones. Three months powers <M'<-urn<<i this afternoon shortly sian fleet at Naga-aki disregarded the witnesses, a woman, attempted to George 11. Putnam, the publisher, is committee that investi
cual output of Washington during 1839 ago an unknown sl<a>p fmtn San Pedro, alter 3 o'clock, slid for a few minutes harbor authorities, and anchor««! where •trike counsel for the prosecution for foreman, has been considering condi was unanimously in favor of the sittin
at more than 2.000.ÜUU tona, 3 AO, (MN) Cal , called at the island. During the it looked as it serious trouble could not it please.d The war spirit is said by alleged aspersions regsrding her char tions in the tenderloin precinct. Spe mem Lar.
tm» iu «scesa of I HUM
lie estimates abarmoof the Chinamen, the visitor» lie prvvent«<l.
Captain Conradi, of the Garonne, to la* acter. The trial was the result of ths cifically, Captain Thomas is charged
publication in a Philadelphia news with failing to close resorts in the ten
FLAW IN THE MITTIMUS.
the output (or Itmo at 2,600,000 tons, stole everything eatable from the «'amp
Judge George Denny, for the defend strong in Ja|Mii ou account of the < 'zars' paper last September of an alleged con derloin, such as the Tivoli, Bohemia,
Arisons la to have an oatrich trust. and put U> s«*a. < >ne of the ('hin««se ant, in an argument iqaiu the compe
etc., Decision In Dreyer's l aw Way Rel.aaa
Corea in violation of the treaty. A fession by Eli Shaw that he had killed Haymarket, Arcadia. Pekin,
Many llllnola Ceevleto.
All bird» al I'asadnna, Nan Antonio, di«*d aliout s month ago, and the other tency <d a question, said: "It ia per
grand assembling of the Ja|iaties<‘ navy,
Lis Angeles aud other pulula in tha two, when nwcued, were too weak U> fectly lawful for the people to come
March 31.—Upon tbe de
here, and to come armed. I came here to tie followed by maneuvers from time previously.
I nited Sta* a, will la moved to I'hoe- move.
indicted man was convicted practically cision of Judge Dunne in regard to she
several times myself.”
He was re
mx. A. A. I'earson, a New York capi
on his own testimony. Captain Thoma» contention of the attorney of exS .otekRR
Th« D.inlsh Antilles have laan «dit
Negro Fiend Ijnrhed.
ferring to the crowd that was |.reM-nt public are to l>e excluded, ia fixed for
taltal will have absolute contrail of th« to th« I'lilted States.
was not arrested tonight. He will ap E. 8. Dreyer, now under a peu.tri
Belair, M<L, March 23.—Louis Har pear before Recorder Goff tomorrow.
at the mass meeting held in the state th» last of this mouth.
uatrlch feather iiiduatry of thia country.
sentence for embexxlement of
Dr. Edward E. Fall, an idd pioneer house yard just prior to Governor Goe
llrRlor«*«! Illa I'tiwrr of Speerh.
of the funds of the West Park brterd,
Ira k. Bri-le, on« of th« oldest and of Walls Walls, Is (lead, aged 32.
Chicago, Match 30.—Vito Paoletto, dsy, charged with criminal assault
who is trying to secure his re I «as« on a
bast-known auction |mo| ««llera and
Calcutta. March 31.—In the course writ of halaas corpus, may depei.d th«'
Colonel t'atuplieli, for the prosecu the Italian sahsm k«e|«r who lost the upon Miss Annie Mclllvain, was
Getirral Botha denies that Transvaal
bookmakers iu tha country, diod in De- women were wound«<l in tho Ttii(ela tion, replied that he did not consider it ¡iow«r of »¡M-ech i » m m after the muider taken from jail last night and lynched of his remarks addressing the council
lilarty of every convict sent to Joliet
tniit. agml H.'i. Mr. Bride was on« of trench« ■«.
lawful, and was surprised to know that of hia partner, Michael Giavito, with by a mob of 20 men. A fusilade of on the budget yesterday, the viceroy, from Cook county since 1895. l)r> ver’s
the Arm of Brid« * lit. h. that haa
t tbe mittin ns iu
The tran»|»irt Sheridan arrived nt Mr. Denny had come heie armed. which lie ia charged, made two at shots were exchanged latvreen the
handled big ¡ sh 4 selling privilege« on
Deuuy drilled having made such a state tempts to commit suicide. He failed, sheriff and his deputies and the mob, crop caused by the drought during the their client*
the prlnci|ial Western ia< a tracks for
ment. and said that he did not come but the method empluye<i restoriMi his resulting in the w< unding of two men. present year was £«,000,000 to £10,- should ia
nick Milillere aud 11 insane.
Cam pie'll insisted that he voice. He baa only one leg and uses a The mob hustled Harris to a neighbor 000,000, the loss on the cotton crop
At a cal'inet ««Miui'il it wan dmiide'l made the statement. Both men were crutch. While listening to the testi ing dooryard, and, placing a mxise was £7,000.000, while the oil and seed the state bo
L mt » are retiring from Kroonatad.
to odiclally inaugurate the 1'aria expo- very much excited, and spoke with mony of witnesses whi appeared lie around his neck, tiling the other end of crop, usually covering 18,000,000 acres, in that the
that the state l««rd ot
Lord Koberts has not yet advanced nition on Saturday, April 14.
vehemence, and, with arms shaking, ion« the coroner's jury. I'aoletto put the rope over the limb of a tree. As was nonexistent outside of Bengal and authority to release, but only to recon.-
Neuttle, Wash., ia overflowing with
the lower end of the crutch ill hia mouth
mend such action to the governor, and
Th« Puerto Rican appropriatimi bill criminal». Twenty additional police other. The court room was crowded, and lurched forward, lie was only limb snapped and Harris fell to the cultivators in Bombay alone ib food constitute«! an error sufficient to war
Was signal l.y President McKinley.
and the audience evidently thought a slightly injured. A few minutes later ground. He was lifted up again and crops was £15,000,000, and in cotton, rant his release. Dreyer’s attorney
men were 'ailed lor within a week.
hanged a second time. Several shots £4,000,000. In conclusion, the vice also raised the technical point that
Admiral A. II. McOortnlck ra-
Ca|« Colony Dutch declar«' that Eng tight was on. and made a mad rush for the accused man repeated the attempt
•■rMascminnandauiof th« Washington land will make a mistake if «die de the dtwirs and windows, people falling to end hia life. The attendants then were tired into the body. The loose roy said it was impossible for anygov- Dreyer had been twice placed in jeop
end of the rope was tied to a gatepoet erniuent to antici|ate the consequence* ardy by the dismissal of the jury in a
prives the Nouth African republic« of over each other in their wild efforts to tisik the crutch away.
and the corpse was left hanging until of a visitation of nature on so gigantic former ti ial before a decision had beau
Die Norwegian M-h<Miner Friten haa their independence.
and ruinous a scale.
men and deputy sheriffs were crying him says that the shock produced in this morning.
reached. When Attorney Mayer Is
b«*n wns ked «t Dunkirk. Ireland, aud
A large i>uml<er of miner* and proa- for order, and Judge M<s>re was bring I’aoletto’s throat by falling on the end
More War Cloud«.
ished his argument today, J
Turkey Shuts Out American Pork.
iu of her i-rew drowned.
pectors from I'tah and (.dorado have ing his gavel down with terrific force of the crutch restored circulation in
London, March 23.—The Standard
March 31.—Th« Dunne asked the state’s attorney i
Hob Fitzsimmons and Kid McCoy arrived at linker City, Or., ready logo and urging the people to take their the region of the paralysed vocal cords
gives double-leaded prominence to the ports has informed the United States mittimi were printed forms. Upon rs
nave been nintched to light July 4, 25 out into the hillH adjacent.
seats. After five or 10 minutes of the and the organs were again able to per following dispatch
Odessa: legation that in future the importation ceiling the reply that all prisoM*
rounds at catch weights.
Tha Ruenian nqiiadrou in nt Che uiMt exciting acenes since the assassin forin their functions.
There can lie no longer any doubt as to of American pork will be prohibited, were sent to Joliet upon this for« •
Two murderers at Emporia, Va., mulpo, in the Yellow nee. It ia believed ation, quiet was restored.
the object of the warlike preparations giving as a reason for the prohibition mittimus, the court rejoined: "If
K.plo.lon In • l-aper Mill.
»«re lynched after the militia timi had thin prenagen a demand for a concea-
Erie, Pa., March 30.— Eleven dryers now lieiug completed in South Russia. that the meat is injurious to the public Mayer’s contention is true there wi.l
Arrlrtent to m Work Train.
aioli of land in Korea. .In]mn ia un-
pmtei-ted them were withdrawn.
Llovd C. Griscom, United not la many men f
Salt lake, March 2H.—A special to ill a paper machine in the 11. F. Wat Nearly 250.000 tnsqis have already lieen health.
billy thouaand lalxnera on the island eaay.
the Tribune from Nephi, Utah, says: son Paper Com|>aiiy's mill exploded to mobilized for active service. The Black States charge d'affairs, protested ener left in JoHat?* The
1 uerto |(t,,, Hr„ wlth„ut W(irk
The war <|c)>artiiii<nt haa recognized A serious accident occurred today on night, wrecking the portion of the sea squadron, with transports, is held getically, demanding the anuullmeut against tb» patBt to
*bo!e families have dia«l from stana- Honolulu aa an open |»rl. The trans- the Oregon Short Line, 24 miles south building in which it was located, kill iu instant readiness. The tension in jf the measure.
jairt Hancock, which aaila with tile of this city, which resulted in the death ing one mail and injuring four more. the telations lietween St. Petersburg
Kvposltion Travel Opens.
and the sublime porte becomes every
ih« I hilippin* commission will lie j'hj|ip|,ilie commiaaion ou April 10, of Chris Thompson, foreman, and the Joseph Stahl was blown through a day more acute. The ¡asition is looked
New York, March 81.—Travel to the. try. w
Paris exposition has tiegun. The
v"1 1,1"" ‘he transport Han
The following is a list of the injured: injured are: All>ert Harris, fatally
A severe light haa taken pluen lie-
French line steamer Im Touralne,
im * 'T
"*** ^r”lu •‘‘•a Fraudsco
°n A ¡irli 15,
Hans Morton, Levan, Utah, broken scalded; Anton Greenbeek, leg broken; If the Ottoman government, supported when she sailed for Havre today, bad
tween "lloxera" an<l im|a<rial tnaqia at
W . was .leai*. *d to-
Charles Wrinlge, leg broken; J. Yreka,
’’«nsir J. TMshi. Wfe,
<>ne man w*. kilied and fl va Injured Yen Chin, Chi Li. Each force num- leg; Louis Miller, Salt lake, lack fatally bruised. All of the injured iutractible with regard to Russia's con the largest numlier of ¡asse tigers on
Isiard that she has carried on any east
laired l,5lll' men and there were casual and thigh injured; Frank Harney,
protests from the itersb»
moràlTm" ■“ " hitehsll...... the Balti-
Juab, Utah, lack and thigh; Robert were terribly hurt by the force of the cessionary demands in Asia .Minor, ward trip in two years, there l<eing 300
ties ou both aides.
era’ Association and num-
serious complications must inevitably
agaiust the production of
Represeutatirna Wilson, of Idaho, Walker, Salt lake, shoulder dislocat where they all may die. The loss to ensue. The Russian garrisons in the iu the cabin and 200 in the steerage. Wi“ --<igixen«
ed; S. B. Wright, Kansas City, wrist
The application for passage for 35 ¡ar -ibe plisy.
ou the ground
grouud that it was im-
J*1" A'»"ba until service in meeting and Cushman and Jones, of Washing •plained; E. Brainkamp, Cincinnati, the building and machinery will prob Caucausus and along the Armenian sons had to la refused.
ton, are urging a governmental appro
ably aggregate $20,000.
huit in groin.
1*'” ,r "'*"'
',“tl c w«a
and equipped for active service.
“y “ raceully
’ "-"»>■ priation of $454,1*1)0 to build a ¡Kirtage
• lion Abandoned.
gteamer Old II mc I bui Rural*f
The accident happened to a work
railroad at Tho Dalles, Or.
•agtmi rn HI) day«.
New York, ! March 31.—The grUkdt if« w York, March 31.— lb- st».-
train that was distributing now rails
A Silver Amendment.
Washintgon, March 30.—The house
From Philadelphia a cargo contain on the road. Ono side of the car had
jury haa abandoned
its investigation Old Dominion, owned by the 5. y
’"‘"'"’K"" «”> New York city's ing $1,000,000 worth of farm imple
today devoted practically the whole
of the Third Steamship Company, plying Imtween
»••I aTr*llw"J,i which will in- ments was aliipiMid to Russia. It waa
day to the ooaideration of the armv ap gress was made by the senate today Avenue Railroad Company. Thia fact New York and Boaton, caught tire
•nil will '”.,M'l"’Uur" "i $«6.000,0«), the large, t shipment of the kind ever
was announced today by Assistant Dis about 3 o’clock thia morning at her
I.ortl ttAllabiiry Apologls««.
amendments were adopted, and about ernment bill. It was under discussion trict Attorney Unger, who said that he pier, iu Eaat river. It ia expected that
B,,,l’loymout to 10,000 made from the United Htatea.
New York, March 28.—A s|iecial to half of the bill was considered. There
Customs Collector Jackson, acting
part of the time was consumed in the had advised that body to discontinue the loss will be heavy. All the pat
»>< ¡olden. in his testimony at under iiiatriictiona of the secretary of the Journal and Advertiser from Wash was a good deal of exteni|s>raneous de consideration of a free coiuag«< amend the inquiry because there is nothing io •engere had left the boat, and all the
h” tria! (,f s„(.r..tMr,
show the violation of any criminal law. crew were laved.
“ cretary of sute Caleb tho treasury, will no longer allow ington hhvh : laird Salisbury has apolo-
Fowers, „f K.-ntm-kv,'
Driggs ment offered by Morgan. The Alaskan
y, said, “John Pow horses, mules or jackasses from foreign giaed to the United States for the open was pertinent to the bill.
Russian Troop. Iu Cor...
Elijah Moore Sentenced to Kang.
(Dem. N. Y.) created a diversion by
two negroes to porta to Is« entered at Nan Francisco. ing by the British censor at Durban of
London, March 31.—The Evening
charging reckless extravagance in the the morning hour. An amendment
Dexter, Mo., March 31.—Elijah
All such animals imported into the
Maorum, at Pretoria.
The apology fitting up of the traus|»>rt Sumner, and offered by t'arter, setting aside permits News publishes a dispatch from Kobe, Mooie, aged 19, who murdered i .«
, E,K’« 8.
Tacoma, was United States by way of the Pacific will bo sent to the house committee on precipitated a lively tilt upon the sub hitherto granted by the secretary of war Ja|iati, announcing that Russia has de Rev. Jesse Moore, his father, ui tins
for the mining of gold tinder the sea manded leave to land troops near Mes-
in the first de- coast, can gain admission only through
m*. . "
'»'«t his wife Feb- th« porta of San Diego and Port Town- foreign affairs by Secretary of State ject. He gave notice that later he on the Alaskan coast, precipitated a anipo, Corea, and, the dispatch says, county, November 1 last, wasv nt«a
to hang May Iff. He showed t*. >rno
is, / * ' w*'il« she - was acting as cash- solid, at which placea veterinary quar
wuuts no outside interference.
tion when sentence wax pnassd.
1,1 » riistaiiiant.
antine officials have laten stationed.
H < olt Hi, charged with com
plicity In the murder of G< m J mi |, is aaid
U> iiavn turned «tatr*« evidence.
«rw are blowing up the coal mines
in .Xatal. The liumlee colliery, with
its machinery, haa been destroyed.
A Tagal Prams.
Santa Clara county's (Culm) tobacco
isiatiil service to Nome City. crop will Im the largest on record.
(ien. Winslow says Unia's future de-
<0,000 qnnrteni of
ixiiida Upon agricultural prosperity.
Iu the Klondike eggs are now milling
for $120 a case and beef at $1.50 a
•bio non'Klir Pr,,fl‘»»'’«abotit$ia,»
,n the val
1,1 "I’1*4’ of lluctuationa pound.
vnlu« <>( ltR Rtock
Capt. Silaa W. Terry, late In com
**• g»ml.iinrkiBr","‘lury wUI *“»«"“• mand of the Iowa, baa been assigned
n,any 1'1 n,,.,1? ’«uses, snid to ¡iay Tam- to succeed Admiral McCormick an
’<IUU * ye“r 'or I10'**'0 I’*01 Corn mandant of the Washington navy
Manila. March 28.—During the pro
duction of an incendiary play entitled,
•’For Ixive of Country,” presented iu
the Tagal language at the Tagal thea
ter, the natives, under the lutluenoe of
re|H<ated referenoe to independence,
away at the sight of the rebel Sag on
the stage, they cried, "Vive Filipino”
and Vive Aguinaldo.”
who were summoned, reator«»d order
and arrested the manager of the theater
aud the author of the play.
Lexington, Ky., March 30.—lady
Reel, dam of Hamburg, has foaled iu
England a bay colt by St. Simon,
lady Reel cost Marcus Daly $1,000,and
she was sent to Eng laud 18 months
ago. Mr. Daly paid $51,000 for Ham
Huron, S. D., March 80,—The heav
iest, snow of the season has lallen since
midnight over the state east of the Mis
souri river, and south of Aberdeen,
Nearly a fait of snow covers tb*
round, and is still snowing.
New Ship Building Plant.
San Francsico, March 23.—The Call
says that the owners of the Risdon
Iron Works have practically completed
a deal whereby they have secured con
trol of the Pacific Rolling Mill, the
plant of which c«>vers 82 acres and in
eludes 1,700 feet of water front on the
bay. It is stated that a dry dock,
callable of receiving the largest vessel
sfloat, will be built, aud that the Rig
don Iron Company will exjiend a I Mint
$8,000,000 in constructing a complete
Peking, March 31.—Alaiut 10,0000
I’ien-Tsin coolies are leaving for New
'hwang to build the Manchuria rail
road. The situation here is quiet.
The "Boxers," who have been causing
trouble in the north, have been dis
persed by the troops.
New York, March 81. — Fire at New
N. J., last night did $100.-
000 damage to the Consolidated Fruit
lar Factory. Three hundred hands are
thrown out of employment
Battle Batwesn Outlaws a«4 »•
Denver, March 81.—A •pastel to tWs
Rocky Mountain News from Gallup, N
M., says a bloody battle lietween a
sheriff’s [xisae and a gang of desperadoes
occurred near Navajo Springs, 60 mil«»
west of Gallup, yesterday aftemism, iu
which two of the poise. Gita Gibbons
and Frank losuere, were killed. Five
of the outlaws were captured, two bad
ly wounded. Three esoaped, and are
being followed. Tbe gang had been
stealing cattle in var<nns parte of tbe