13 Haziran 1900 Tarihli The Evening Times Gazetesi Sayfa 1

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r I tfiq u j Y Ff FfNUMBER II t ti tIt i It eutuiu y yWASHESTGrTOoS tJimtt t tI tNUllER I = NUMBER 1521 WASHINGTON WEDEDAY VEDNE DAY JTO JUNE JE 13 1900 PRICE PRc ONE O CENT ik REPLY illPIY TO AMBASSADORS AMBASSADORSThe The Dowager Empress Said to Be BeGreatly BeI I Greatly Frightened FrightenedA A A Report Thnt She Han Promised Proml etl n aPeaceful nPeneetul Peaceful Entry Eutr for Forelsrn ForeJ n Troop TroopEn TroopliEn TroopsiEn En Route to 1ekin leklnIretentIN Pretends to lie lieIpnornnt IIpI fl Ignorant I norunt of the Purpone of Milt Military UlIltar ¬ tary tar Forces ForccsConstltuentJt ForcesConutLtuefltM Constituents of the theArmy tllcrJuT thermy Army rJuT on It ItK Wzt Way n to the Capital Capitallloxerit CUllltalIJoxerli lloxerit ioxer Bntlly DntU Defeated In the Fl l lbdit lbditWhich l ht htAVhlcli htVhleh Which Tool Place Near LaiiKT LaiiKTFniiK Lnn LnnFnlIJTwo FniiK FnlIJTwo Two Native VIllaKCH nln eN Cap Captured Cnpturedlhe ¬ tured turedlhe The British Suffered Xo io Iau IauLONDON LOIIM LOIIMLO Lo LONDON LO DO June 13 13Accordlng According to a de deepatch depatch patch from Paris there Is a prospect for forimmediate immediate Improvement Imrocmen In the Chinese Chinesesituation Chinesesltuntlon Chinesesituation situation A French correspondent has haslearned haslearned learned from high official sources that a adespatch adespatch adespatch despatch bas been received from M Pl Plchon Pichon chon the French Ambassador to China Chinadated Chin Chindated dated 6 oclock yesterday afternoon au rnooz In Inwhich Inwhich which which he saye say that the Dowager Empress Empresshad Emprt Empresshad s shad had informed the ambassadors that the theentrance theentrance entrance of foreign troops would not be berosistod beroslsltd rosistod She acted very ery childishly and andasked andasked asked in i a simple way why the troops troopswere troopswere troopswere were being brought Into the country M MPlchon 11PIchon 31Pichon PIchon told her that they were there to toprotect toprotect protect Europeans and also to guard the therailway thfrailway th thrailway railway and telegraph lines linesIt linesIt It has been known for several lay llyth thit thitthe lt ltthe the Dowager Empress Is all but panic panicEtrickon anl anlstricken stricken over the dire results of the th vz vzrising u urising rising to which she has given countenance count nan t tIf If not actual support The other day t toogoD e S began to fear for her life and a astated u ustated r rstated stated in the the despatches fled to the Pui Puislan fit < slan Legation In Pekln for proteriicz proteIs prote proterIs T TIs Is believed that she can do much tan toanquelling tl IU IUquelling quelling the Boxers and restoring order otderin orderIn aiderin in the disturbed portions of China Chln if she shewill shewill shewill will but it is doubted that she will 110W nowdare 110Wdare 110Wdare dare to take the necessary action Peace Peacewill Peacewill Peacewill will have h yt to be brought about it is con contended conten tontended ¬ tended ten cd by foreign force because the move movement movement movement ¬ ment of the fanatics has progressed too toofar toofar tootar far to be put down by an ordinary meas measure measure messtire ¬ ure ureA A despatch despr h from Tientsin gives the fol following following following ¬ lowing makeup of the international army armyvrbich arm armwhich armywhich which is now on its way to the relief of ofPekln rtPekln efPekin Pekln British 915 91 Germans 350 O Rus Russians Ruszlans Russlans ¬ sians 30 French laS 1 S Americana Ameri ans 104 104Japanese 1MJaplnose 104Japanese Japanese 52 5 Italians 40 and AustriansAdditlenal Austrians 25 Additional details have arrived concern concerning concernIng concernIng ¬ ing the Boxer attack on the British patrol patrolof patrolor patrolof of sixteen marines at a point near Lang LangFang Lan LanFang LangFang Fang on Monday Ionda Two thousand of the therebels therebels therebels rebels attempted to cut off the patrol patrolwhich patrolwhich patrolwhich which was two miles ahead of the first firsttrain firsttraIn firsttrain train conveying troops to Pekla PeklaThe Pekl1The PeklnThe The merines kept up a running Tire for forover forover 4 over a mlie The Boxers held their own owaand ownand 7 and did not fall back until reenforce reenforcements reenforeements reenforcemoats ¬ ments arrived with a Maxim gun The Thethey Then Thenthey Theathey they theyThe retreated retreatedThe retreatedThe The Euvupeans Eut iJoMnS pursued them and car carried carried carnod ¬ ried two villages The Boxers had forty fortycasualties fortycLoualties fortycasualtiee casualties The British sustained uu l1 loss losses lossea lo s sCs ¬ es The assassination of the Chancellor Chancellorof of the Japanese Legation at Pekin on Mon Monday Menday Ion Ionday ¬ day has caused a great stir here and it Is Isbelieved IsbeUovod Isbeftovod believed that this inexcusable outrage will willdo wUldo willdo do much toward increasing the bitterness bitternessbetween blttcrncsbetween bitternessbetween between Japan and Russia Japan be beHives beII8CS bellvee Hives that the Russians have had much muchto muchto muchto to do with fomenting the th rebellion that thathas thalhas thathas has disturbed the civilized world worldTIDINGS worldTIDINGS worldTIDINGS TIDINGS FROM TIENTSIN TIENTSINTwo TIENTSINTwo Two of the Mctliodifit 311nloiinrlc 311nloiinrlcIteported 3IbeIonnrIeReported IIHlllollnrleliUCllortctl I Reported Safe SafeNEW SnfeSEW SafeEW NEW EW YORK Y K June 13 3The The following followingcable followingcable followingcable cable despatch was received by the Mcthod Methodist Mcthod1st Mcthodtat ¬ tat Episcopal Board of Foreign Missions Missionsthis Missionsthis UssionsthIs this morning morningTientsin morningTlertsln morningTierLsin Tientsin Hopkins and Haynor safe safeDr safeDr sateDr Dr N S Hopkins and J 1 Frederick Hay Haynor Hayrior ¬ nor rior are stationed at TsuaHua a city cityabout cityabout clt cltaboUt r about ICO ll O miles northwest of PekIn and 100 miles north of Tientsin With Wlthbr 1 Dr r Hop Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins ¬ kins and Mr Ir Haynor were also stationed stationedMiss stationedMiss I IMis Miss Mis Edna G Terry and Miss Croucher CroucherYesterday CroucberYesterday CroucherYeeterday Yesterday a rumor reached the Mathodlst MathodlstEpiscopal l thodist thodistEpIscopal L LEpiscopal Episcopal Board of Foreign Missions that thatMiss tbatMIss thaihiss Miss Terry had been murdered and the thefact thefilct th i ifact fact thafc ttia the despatch received this morn mornIng mornIng Ing makes no mention either of Miss lIss Terry Terryor Terr Terror r or Miss Croucher has occasioned consid considerable consIderable considerable ¬ erable apprehension at the board head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬ quarters quartersMESSAGES MESSAGES FOR PEEIN PEEINto PEKINTele Tele Telcgrnri1 rnril Company to Acccitt eeeilt Them Themat Themnt Thenat S at the Senders ItUU UIHkN5W ItUUNEW tlskNEW NEW YOIIK June 13 13The The Great Nortl Nortliern Nortlern NortLera ern Telegraph Company announces that thatin thatin thatin in coasequenc of the interruption of Chi Chinese Chincae Chinese ¬ nese lines between Tientsin and Pekin Pekintolegranls Pekintolegranls Pekintolegranis tolegranls for Pekin by the Vladivostock Vladivostockand Ylndlvostockand Vladivostocand and Eastern cables will iii be sent at send senders senders sendCrs ¬ ers risk during the troubles in China ChinaNight ChinaNIght ChinaNight Night service has been established at atthe atthe a L Lthe the cable offices at Vladlvostoc Naga Nagasaki Nagasaki Nngasaid ¬ saki and Shanghai anghai for the transmission transmissionof 1 1of of Government oernment messages messagesJAPANS messagesJAPANS messages3APANS JAPANS FRIENDLY ACT ACTImmigration ACTIJnntl ACTtmnIgrnt Immigration IJnntl tmnIgrnt rntioll Ion inxpector I Wateliori WatelioriCnu VVatcho VVatchoCan ntellorn ntellornCnn Can XOTV Come Home HomeOn ilOnieOn IomeOn On account of the action of the Japanese JapaneseGovernment JapanesGovernment Government in issuing an order practi practically practically ¬ cally prohibiting emigration to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitecStates States States there will soon be no further need needof needf neec neecof f of Special Supervising Supervlsln Immigrant Inspec Inspector Inspector Jnspectar ¬ tor Robert Watchorn remaining on the Pacilic Coast where ho was sent May 22 22to 22to 2 2to to investigate Japanese immigrations and andsee andfiee ant antsee see that the laws relating to alIens coming Into the country were strictly enforced enforcedAssistant enforcedAssistant enforcedAssistant Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Tay ¬ lor lo directed the Immigration Bureau to today today today ¬ day to order Watchorn to return to Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬ ington as soon as the ships now on the theEea thefiea th thsea sea bringing Japanese Immigrants who left leftJapan JeltJapan ei t tJapan Japan previous to the new order arrIve arrivedand arrIvennd I Iand and their passengers have been passed passedupon passedupon passe passeupon upon by the immigrant inspectors at coast coastports coastports coas coasports ports portsThe portsThe portsThe The friendly act of the Japanese govern government government L Lmoat ¬ ment in issuing this special order prohib prohibiting prohl1JlUns prohititing ¬ iting more than an average of about five fiveemigrants fiveemigrants fir C Cemigrants emigrants to leave any of the fortyseven fortysevenprefectures fortyzlveuprofoctur06 C Cprefectures prefectures in one month to come to the theUnited theUnitod th e eUnited United States has been a subject of great greatcommendation greatcommendation grea t tconunendatlon commendation here in official circles since sinceIt sinceIt zinc zincIt It was announced by the Japanese Lega Legation LegatIon Legslion ¬ tion through Counselor Stevens Stevensllavaim Steens1Inl1l1 4 llavaim CnstoiiiH IleciptM IleciptMThe neellltHThe ItecipteThe The receipts at the Havana custom customhouso customhouso custo a ahouse houso during the month of May 1 Iay were 1 1OO 1002C2 1 005262 OO 2G2 exceeding by 78039 those of the thesame thesame th e esame same month last year For F r fhc he five fivemonths ficmonths nv a amonths months ended May Ma 31 the customs re receipts receipts receipte ¬ ceipts wore 4123570 1 350 or 833164 ISt6 more morethan morethan mor morthan than during tho same period porll of 133 133Vnnh 19nHhln 1tPPS 1tPPWashington Washington Vnnh nHhln Inprton ton Com XoIf Nol V II K I of P PChcunpcnke PCbcanlcnke I IChesapeake S Chesapeake Bench Jen Thursday ThnradayJune ThnrJlitlnTJune ThursdayJim0 June 14 14Tickets 11Tickets 1 1TIckets Tickets 50 cents round trip tripRcmlyiundo tripIIcnImntlo tripflenilymndo Rcmlyiundo iviiltc White hltc Pine P1u minds DOc OOcIB DOcIi fit Ic Ice IB e all Ii sizes ready nad for las t F 1 Libber Co C THE CHINESE SITUATION SITUATIONMinister SITUATIONJllnlster Minister M MIs inister Confer Telegraph Tcle ralhH Thnt ThntThere ThntThere ThatThere There I IN Xo Improvement ImprovementThe The State Department heard from Min Minister MInIster Mlnter ¬ ister Is ter Conger this morning the despatch despatchhaving dcsvatchhaving having h been transmitted by lines running runningthrough runnIngthrough runninghrough through t Russian territory instead Instead of by bythe bythe byhe tt the t he usual route from Pekin to Tientsin Tientsinwhich TientsinwhIch Tlentsinhich which w hich has presumably been en interfered with withby withby by b y the Boxers BoxersMr DoxersMr BoxersMr Mr Conger said that the situation wasnot wasot was wasnot not n ot improving The foreign forces had not notarrived notnrrlved notrrived na arrived a at the time of cif filing the despatch despatchbut despatchbut despatchut but b ut Mr lr Conger epreseed the opinion that thatthey tbatthey thatthey they would be able to control the situation situationwhen situationwhen situationhen when w hen they did arrive arriveConfirmation arrl arrlreConfirrnatloa T TConfirmation Confirmation rJ the press reports that thatPrince thatPrince thatrince i Prince P rince Tuan ibe he e father of the heir appar apparent apparent apparat ¬ i ent e at to the Chinese throne who is notori notoriously notorIously notoriusly ¬ ously o usly antiforeign had been appointed appointedPresident nppolnteJPrGSfdent appointedresident oP oo President P of tn the TsungLIYamen or Board Boardof BoclTlor Boardf of o f Foreign Affairs and that three anti antiforeign antIforelsn antioreign foreign f ministers had also been appointed appointedwas was w as received receivedCommander receivedComnlunder I Commander Tausslg of the gunboat gunboatYorktown gunboatYorktown Yorktown Y telegraphed the Navy Depart Department Departnent ¬ nent today that the Yorktown was leav leaving leaving bayag ¬ ing l ag Shanghai for Chefoo No reason reaE n for forthis forthis this t his movement was aa given In the despatch despatchThe d ap1tch ap1tchThe The T he naval officials Eay that the movement movementwas moementwas was not ordered from Waihlngtoa but butmay butmay may m ay have been by Rear Admiral Kempft Kempftcommanding Kemp Kempcommanding commanding c the United States forte fo e in inChinese InChinese Chinese C hinese waters watersA watersA A despatch d spatch was received at the th State StateDepartment StateDepartment Department yesterday from the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unitedtates States S tates Consul at Chefoo in which he said saidthat sIdthat that American missionaries in that vicin vicinity vicinIty vicinty ¬ ity i ty bad been attacked by Boxers and it is issupposed issupposed isupposed supposed s that the Yorktown has gone to toChefoo toI toCbefoo Chefoo to protect American interests intorestsOhefoo interestsOhcfoo I Ohefoo is on the outermost edge of the thehantung the5hantung Shantung peninsula not a greet distance distancerom I from rom Germanys Chinese territory t rritory It is isthan Isas Ises > as than a days run from Taku forts fortsre 1 T r re the foreign forel fleet eet is assembled assembledJitfyond a assembledynd sembled sembledtnd I Jitfyond tnd these Scratches deSpatcbes d patches the officials of oftho ofthu oflii tho t lii t c and Navy departments say they theyhare theyhare theyha7e hare iiothiu concerning the situation in inChJnr InChJIIh inChJw ChJnr ChJnrTta ChJIIhItat ChJwThat That the Goverjiment Gov ithnent ent is becoming more morealarmeti moreallU11oo morealarned alarmeti over the serious turn in the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinose ¬ nese situation uaS was manifest in the ac actions actions actions ¬ tions cf the officials offi falS of the State War Warand Warand Warand and Nav N Nay ry y departments departm nts during the morn morning morninfo mornln ¬ info ln Several eral Injportant l lmp p ltant rnnt conferences wero weroheld weroheld wereheld held but thethterthination he hed determination terininatlon of the officials officialswas omcialswas officialswas was not made public publicIt pu Uc UcIt It was announced by a War WarDcpBrtrnent WarDcpBrtrnentofficial Department Departmentofficial Departmentofficial official howc7tr that the statements that thattroops thattroops thattroops troops would be drawn from Manila for forservice forserlce forservice service in China could e confirmed CO flrmetl and aadthat andthat sadthat 1 that Genera MacArthur acArthur has received or orders orders orders ¬ ders to have hav in readiness re dIn 8S 5000 men with withtransports withtransports withtransports transports for t r their shipment It is atai ataistated a9 a9stated asstated stated that General Lloyd Wheaton heaton will willhave wiUhae willhave have command of the expedition expeditionAt At t the State Dejjartmert De1J lrtmert it was as said that thatno thatno thatflo no American forces would olld be used to pa patrol patrol patrol ¬ trol the railroad nor against China save savewhen savewhen savewhen when this was necessary to protect pro teet the thelives thelives thelives lives and property of American residents residentsA A rumor was current at the War Depart Department Department Departmont ¬ ment today tooa that tht Aguinaldo glnd had been die discovered dlscoored diecovered ¬ covered to be b in league lege with the Oe Boxers BoxersThe Dxers DxersThe BoxersThe The advie adi adviees received elve from frm American Americanagents AmerIcanagont Americanagents agents agont in China show a a critical crJdel situation situationin stuaton stuatonIn in many portions prtls of the Empire EmpireTVTARTTVTFR Empr EmprJ Exup4rebIABiNES J TVTARTTVTFR bIABiNES SENT SET TO TIENTSIN TIENTSINDetachment T TIENTSNDetachment SI SIDetnchmcnt Detachment Leave Manila Jlnnln on 01 the theHospital the101Jlnl tirehospital 101Jlnl Hospital Ship hh Solace SolaceMANILA SolnccrAXILA Solace3fANILA MANILA June it 13g 3 5 p m mIn In re response re response ¬ sponse to a cablegram cbe from Admiral AdmiralKempff Admirl AdmirlKempt AdmiralKemptt Kempff Kempt at Taku a battalion bttaJon of 100 10 ma marines marine insrifles ¬ rifles rine which it It was wa intended intende to send sen to toGuam toGuam toGuam Guam to relieve relee the garrison grin there there tailed tailedfor lne sailedfor for Tientsin China at midnight last lat night nighton nigbton nighton on the hospital hospitl ship Solace SolaceThey Slace SlaceThey SobaceThey They are commanded by Major 1jor Wailer Wallerand WaUerand Wailerand and Lieutenants Reed Ree Powell Powel Butler Butlerand Buter Buterand Butlerand and Wagner Wager It I Is expected epected that other othermarines othermarines othermarines marines will wi follow folow and probably a supply supplyship supplyship supplyship ship will be sent along along It I Is also possi possible posi posible passibie ¬ ble that the cruisers crui rs New ew Orleans Orleas and andBrooklyn andBrooklyn andBrooklyn Brooklyn will be sent to Admiral Kempff KempffHONOES Kempt KemptHONORS Kemp KempHONORS HONORS FOB OR WASHINGTONIANS WASHINGTONIANSPrize W AGTONS AGTONSlrlzcl Prize lrlzcl Prizes Awarded wardctl at Princetons Co Comcncemcnt COI Cons Consnseneemeat mcncemcnt UxerclMcu ExercisasPRItETfN UxerclMcuPRINCETON crel > c cPRICN PRINCETON PRICN N J 1 June 13 13Prlnce 13Prlncetons Prince Princetons ¬ tons 153d 1531 annual annual commencement commecement was held heldthis heldthis heldthis this afternoon in Alexander lexDdcr Hall and the thedegree thedegree S Sdegree degree of bachelor bchelor of arts was conferred conferredupon conferredupon L Lupon upon 149 19 members membH of otthe the graduating graduatng class classDavid classDavid classDavid David LawrencVChambers of Washing Uwren Chamber Wahing ¬ S Ston ton D C delivered delDredthe the Latin Ltn salutatory salutatoryand Slutator S Sand and James Hugh Mpffatt r toffatt fat of Cumberland CumberlandMd Cmbrland Cmbrlandld CumberiandMd Md ld the valedictory valrltpD address addre the subject subjectof subjet subjetor subjeciof of his oration beIh oraton being Purpose Puros and Reality ExPresident EPeident Cleveland Cleveand headed bede the theprocession theprocession theprocession procession witbcrDr wlhdr Patton Ptton and occupied occupiedthe o octupiedthe uplel the seat on onProslat President Pattoas Patons right on 0 a the theplatform theplator S Splatform platform platformThese plator platformThese These The prizes Irzes aiftl fellowships relofhlps were award awarded awrd awrde awardad ¬ ed t i iThe iThe e adThe The Chancellor ChanceIo Green mental menl1 science sciencefellowship scence scencefelowshp sciencefellowship fellowship felowshp of IMW uO O James Jame H F Mcffatt McffattMaryland McffattMaryland Maryland MarylandThe arland arlandThe ofatt The Boudolnol felioslp fellowship in modern lan language S guageg guage of 2 20 26O 0 H nward > ward McBride Mary Mar Marland ¬ S land landThe landTe landThe The Te Alexander Guthrie McCosb McCh priz the theyeral te teyeral 1 1yeral yeral ylnterost interost of J l150 1560 5 James H F Mof Moffstt Iol Iolfatt o ofatt fatt Maryland MarylandTne larylandTne Tne Lynde Ln e debate debte prizes prize being yearly r Interest interet of 5000 500 are divided divide equally eualy be betwenn betwenn hetwenn twenn the three thre winners of whom John D DKelly DKely DKelly Kelly Kely of Washington Washlngn was one oneThe ont oneThe The Baird prize prze of 510 1 100 for excellence excellencein exenence exenenceIn 1 1in in ington English Englsh David L L L Chambers Chambe of Wash Washington Was Washington ¬ SHOT AT A POLICEMAN POLICEMANAttempt POLCE POLCEAtemllt POLICEtILANtttenijit j I Attempt Atemllt to Kill n Kentucky JientnCkT Cover Govcrnor Gocrnor Coverinnsion nor 3InnnIon Officer OlHcerFRANKFORT Offccr OffccrFRA OfficerFRANKFORT FRANKFORT FRA KFORT Ky June 13 13An An at attempt attempt attempt ¬ tempt to kill kI William Wllam Smoot a policeman policemanat plce policernacat at the Governors Mansion was wa made at a 1230 oclock this thi morning morningSmoot morningSmot morningSmoot Smoot Smot was coming cming in I a side gate gte when whenan whenan I Ian an unknown man ma who had hd secreted sereted him himself hin ¬ self sl in tho yard ard fired at him the ball ballpassing bal balpasig halpassing I passing pasig through thrugh his clothing The Te police policethink polee I Ithink think thik the man mn was a burglar burglarGovernor buglar burglarGovernor Governor Beckham Beekha h hn has not yet moved moed I into the Mansion MansionFined ManlonFlnci MansIonFined Fined Flnci for Permitting rermltln PernsIttIn Gamhllnjr GamhllnjrJames GnmblnJ Camb1f Camb1fJames James White iewas was charged chrged with permit permitting perIt permitting ¬ ting tng gambling gambIng en C his premises premllcu by Police Policeman Polce Polceman Polleeman ¬ man Schuyler before bfore Judge KImball Kimbal this thismorning tl thh 3 3morning morning It I ws was alleged ulege that White rented rentedrooma rclec reute reuterooms rooms room at a Fifteenth FlCnth Street Stret hotel for 510 510a 10 10a 1 1a a week and conducted conducte a paker game gae It Itwas I t twas was further furher charged chared that the play wan wanwhat wa a awhat what is I known as a a 1 urae rake off of game gameWhite C CWhite ge geWhie White Whie admitted admited the charge against aginst him himand himand L Land and was ordered rdere by Judge KImball Kmbal to pay paya paya pa ir ira a fine of 50 0 and serve sene five fve days In Jail JailVnnhinRtouInns Jai JainblnJtonlnn jailWashingtonians Washingtonians nblnJtonlnn to Sail SailNEW SaiLW SaILNEW NEW W YORK YOR June 13 13r Mr and Mrs Mr J JH JI r rII H I Henslsy of Washington W3 IIgton are booked boked to tosail 0 0tomorrow sail 1 tomorrow tomorow on the Konigi Konigin Lulse for forBremen forDremen to r rBremen Bremen BremenCHESAPEAKE DremenCIESPEKE BremenCIIEStPEAKIS CHESAPEAKE CIESPEKE BEACH DEClON BEACIION ON TUE DAY DAYDolly DYDol 1 1Daily Dolly Dol Schedule ScheduleTrains ScheduleTnn ScheduleTzIrts Trains Tnn leave 1lT District Drd line ln depot dept 10 1 a m m 11 1 a aa r rmssapm a mssapm 2 2 5 0 C p P to m fOc f Oeroundtdp OeroundtdpNorfolk round rund trip trp trpSorolk y yNorfolk Sorolk Norfolk S AVuBlIiiK WashInfftou uahDhon < oii Steaur St Steawat nut > at Co CoDelightful CoDclghtul Ce 5 5Deiightfui Delightful Dclghtul trip tP daily diy at t 030 0 p P m I at to t Old Od Point PointComfort Poit PoitCmfor Pair t tComfort Comfort Cmfor Newport Sewprt News t Norfolk Kor Norf lk Virginia Yili Beset BcacLisnd Duc I Iand and Ocean Ocn View 1C For Fe schedule actu tee se page pe 7 7Clear 1Clenr 7 7Clear Clear Door only onl il2i 12A 1 nnd all al kinds kindsacd klntlscd kind kindsail sail cd sizes s of choice fine fne dooiaat doors QIt at Gilt Cth and i N Y ar a T r rif if ROBERTS R OBR ATTACKS k1At BOTHA BOTHADesperate BOII Desperate D Fight With Wih the te Boers BoersStrongly BoersSJron Strongly SJron l Entrenched EntrenchedHfunlHou Entrencbed EntrencbedHnmllon HfunlHou Hnmllon H InnnRen Innn e to Win Vln the Key Keyto KeTto to the Position Iosllonethnen Iositionlethuen Mcthncn Defeat DefeatHe Detc tl tlDe De Wet Vct and Iteoncn IeOlJCnl the British liritlahLliiu Drltah DrltahLine Line of Communication Communlcnton Three ThreeKiiKlIxI Tbreel English l nhUHh Officers O er Killed J lled In the En EnKaKeniciit EnAnJenlent Engagenient KaKeniciit AnJenlent on the 3Ilddlchnrsr Jlddlelnrh Road IloadGreat nondGreut Great Opposition OJlwlUlon From Frolt the UurKh nnr h herN er era at All Al Points Polnhl PoinlKroonsind Kroanxtad ronltnd lie Ucportctl ported Sate SnteAfnlrs Szstetffalrs Affairs at Pretoria Pretoriaand Pretoriaund and Jobniinenbnrg JohulneKlurc Perfectly lerfccty Quiet QuietLONDOX quIetLONDO LONDON LONDO June 13 73General 3enera General Roberts Robertsforces Robertsfore Robertsorces forces fore f orces have again gln worsted the Boers Boer who whotook whotook took t ook advantage adant ge of the British Brish halt bai for re recuperation recuperaton ¬ cuperation cuperaton c In Pretoria Petoria and temporarily temporarilycut temlrnrUy temlrnrUycut cut c ut off the lines lnes of communication communicationGeneral communicaton communicatonGencrnl General Roberts Robrt immediate imeiate immediate5army army ary has hashad ha had h ad a lively lvely encounter ecunter with wth Bothas ntbas troops troopson trops tropson on o n the Mlddleburg Mld Ieburg road and when the thecommanderlnchicf thecommanderInchlcr commanderlnchicf c left the field feld the theburghers theburghers burghers b seemed on the point of giving givingup givIngup up u p the struggle Metbuen and Kitchener Kitchenerhave Klchener Klchenerhave Kitcbenerave have h ave gained a signal sigal victory victor over De Wet Wetand Wetand and a nd that generals generals men have been ben scat scattered sct scttared ¬ tered t in all directions directionsRoberts diretons diretonsRoberts Roberts gives the details detals of his opera operations opemtlnns operabons ¬ tions t in the te following despatch despatc to the theWar theWar War OfficePretoria OmcePretoria Office OfficerPretoria Pretoria June 12 1280 128OS 808 p m mPretoria m Pretoria Pretora and Johannesburg Johaneburg are per perfectly perfety ¬ fectly fety quiet quiet Several Severl of the inhabitants inhabitantshave Jnbabltantshave have expressed exprese their gratitude gttude at the thepeace thepece thepeace peace pece and order that is prevailing prevailingAfter prvaUng prvaUngAfer prevaillngAfter After Afer surrendering the city ciy Botha Botharetired Boha Boharetred retired retred to a place about fifteen firten miles mileseast mUeseat mileseast east eat on the Mlddleburg Road Rod He le had hada a email smal force at at first first but during the thelast thelast last few fe days tho numberolncreiUSSir numberolncreiUSSirHis Dumbrtnc numberoincreaS31Ills His being so near ner the town kept up upthe upthe the excitement exciement in the country and pre prevented preven prevened ¬ vented ven Ue e burghers burher from laying layig t owa owatheir vm vmtheir wntbelr their arms nr and also 10 Interfered interere with withtho wlb wlbthe withthe the collection clecton of supplies supples Therefore Thereforeit Thereore ThereoreI it I became bece necessary n8Cry to attack them themThis themThi This Thi I did He le held a very cry strong srong srongslon po position p psltioa ¬ sition slon which was wa practically practely unassaila unassailable unaslla unasllable unassallable ¬ ble in front and which enabled eDble him to toplace toplace toplace place the main portion porton of his troops trps on onhis onbis onhis his flanks Jnk which hich he knew kew from former formerexperience forer forerexperience formerexperience experience were his vulnerable parts partsI part 1 sent French with wih Porters and andDickscns an andDickseas Dickscns Dcksns Cavalry Caalr Brigade Brgade and Hut Huttons Huttons Buttons tons Mounted Infantry InfaBtr round r9nd by our ourleft ourICft ourleft left and Ian Hamilton HIUon with wih Broad Broadwoods Brod Brodwcs Broadwoods woods wcs and Gordons Cavalry Cvalry Brigade BrigadeRidleys Brgade BrgadeRidleys BrigadeRidieYa Ridleys Ridleys Mounted Iounte Infantry Inrat and n Bruce BruceHamiltons Brce BrceHamlons BruceHamiltons Hamiltons Hamlons Infantry Brigade Brgado round rond by byour by byour our right rightBoth rightBoth rightBeth Both columns clumns met great opposition oppositionbut oplon oplonbt oppaeitioabelt but bt about abt 3 oclock oclok in the afternoon aftero I Isaw Isaw Isaw saw two of Hamiltons Haions infantry Infat btttat btttatioos btW btWIos bettalleers leers Ios advancing to what what appeared appere to be bethe b bethe the key ke of the enemys defence defene on 8 their theirleft theirleft theirleft left flankS tank This Tis was almost am0t gained gal be before b before ¬ fore foe dark dark I ordered ordertd the force fore to biv bivouac hv hvouae blvouac ¬ ouac on on the t ground grond they had won woaPoleCarew wonPoeCarew wonPMCarew PoleCarew PoeCarew with wih his division dtid occu occupied o occupied ¬ pied ple our ceatre As I have explained explainedhe explalDe he could cold not no attack but bt gradually gduly ad advanced adDCe setvanced ¬ vanced DCe so 1 as a to support pp Ian la Hamilton Hamiltonand Hamiton Hamitonand hamiltonand and when I left let the th field fld he was 1 on a aline a aline line held belI by the enemys eMYs outposts otpt in inthe Inthe inthe the morning morningI moning moningI I hurried hurrIe back bk to get new new news of o Meth Methueas MethueRs Methuens ueas movements mvement On hearing hring that tht the theFree tbeFree theFree Free Staters had taken advantage avBtge ol olour oror ofour our or crosslas crg the te Vaal to interrupt InterrP our ourlines oierlines < r rlne lines lne of communication communltl I seat Kitche Kitchener KI Kitchosier Q Qr ¬ ner r with wih such troops toop trooi as a could couk then tIe be bespared b bespared spared with wth orders to push south and andcommunicate adoomunicate sre orr psh S a communicate cmmunicate with Methuen 1Ietuen who wh I Iknew IkDew Ikuew knew had a very ery compact compct force foe in the thevicinity theIclnfy thevicinity vicinity Iclnfy of Heilbroo leUbr I also al despatched despatcheda deted deteda a special messenger meeoger to Metbuen etuen to topusb topus topush push pus on with all 11 speed 5o to the main rail railway rI raftway ¬ way line lineThese lineThese lnc lncTcEc These TcEc two officers omceM met at the Vrede Vredefort Vre Vredefort fort Rand Id station stton on the evening eenin of ofJune ofJune ofJune June 10 0 and an marched mrched yeti Yeldy yerterday > rday to tothe tothe tothe the Rhenoiter River where wher Methuen Methuengained Meuen Meuengined Methuengained gained gined a complete victory over D Dc Wet WetHe We Wetlie He took tok bis position pston in his compound compoundand cpun compoundand and scattered terfd his trcops trcop In all al direc directions dlreetons directions ¬ tions tons He and Kitchener Klthfner will wi march mach to today today today ¬ day toward Kroonstad KroonstadHer Konstd KonstdHer KrooastadHer Her Majestys 1ajt9ys Government GovCnment nerd nerdhave ne riedhave d dhave have no apprehension as a to the secu security Eecurlty security ¬ rity of the te army arm in South uth Africa AfrIc The Theenemy Te Teenemy Theenemy enemy has ha gained a slight success successwhich 8UcES 8UcEShich successwhich which hich is unfortunate but this will wi to toremedied termedied heremedied remedied rmedied very ery shortly shorty and It tell m not nottake nottke notke take tke ke very long to repair reair the damage to tothe tothe tothe existence existenceI clsece the railway raiwy as a the te diversions di ons are all al In Inexistence Inclsece inexistence I am now able to hold the lice be between betwe between ¬ tween twe this point and ad Rhenoster Rhenoter in instrergth in Irastrength strength strr th Methuen will wi arrange aunge for a aguard aguln aguard guard guln onwards as he advances adnce Hun Hunter Hunter Hunter ¬ ter should be b at PotchefstrTom today todayFrom todayFrol todayFrurt From Frol there he moves on Johannes Johannesburg JQhaune Johauuesburg ¬ burg bur 1 have communicated communlctetl with Buller Bullerwho Bullerwno Bullerwho who will wI no doubt soon son make the pres presence prescnce presonce ¬ once of his force fore in the field feld felL feltOur felLOur felLOur Our losses lo yesterday yestray were not I Itrust Itrust Itrust trust serious rous but I deplore the death deathof deathof deathof of that gallant galant soldier sldlcr the Earl of ofAirlie orAlrle ofAirlie Airlie Alrle The Te only ether casualties casualte re reported reporte reported ¬ ported porte are Major Jjo the Hon L L For Fories Jor Jor5ue Fortescue ies tescue 5ue ue and Lieut the Hon Ion G Caven Cavendich Caendie Cavendish dish die both bth killed kied ROBERTS ROBERTSThe ROBERTSTo The To fact that the despatch desptch despatcheame eame ce from fromPretoria fom fomPetoria froraPretoria I Pretoria Petoria proves that the British Briish line of ofcommunication ofcommunIction 01 01communIcation communication communIction has been restored rcstoredThe rcstorel restoredThe The War Office Offic has also received from fromColonel om omColonel L LColonel Colonel Knox Kox at Kroonstad Kronstad a message messagewhich mesge mesgewblch messagewhich which says saysKroonstad saysontad saysXroonstad Kroonstad ontad is safe safeAN safeAN sae saeAN AN TJPBISZNG UlrG IN I BORNEO 330BNEOKatlvcn BORNEONatlveg ORNO ORNO5ntheK Katlvcn 5ntheK Dissatisfied DIHati cd AVith With VII the Rule of ofn ofa o f fa a British BlitHh Company CompanySAN COmlUnyS CompanySAN SAN S FRANCISCO FRCISC June 13 13 iLA A cable cabledespatch cle cledpatch oath oathdeapatch despatch from Labuan Lbuan North Borneo to toJapanese toI te I IJapanese Japanese Japaese newspapers Iwspapers gives gves details dotls of an anattack iii a anttack I attack nt ck on the town to of Kudst by natives nativesunder nativesunder 5 5under under Mat at Saler a half hat brother brthe of tho tholate tholat th a ahate late lat notorious notorus rebel rbel chief cef Mat Mt Sallch SallchThe Salfh SalfheGovernmet SalIehThe The eGovernmet Government magazine mzine and a Maxim Maximgun Mxim Mximgn Mastsgun gun gn wpre Cptr captured by tie te the rebels rebls Twi Tot of the theBritish te teDrth th a aBriih British Drth North Borneo Borne constabulary cons constabular tabular were werekilled won a akilled killed and sa d seven wounded wnded Twentyfive TwentyfiveChinese Tentyfve TentyfveCInee TwentyflyChinese Chinese CInee were we killed kled and the suburbs of ofthe otthe o othe the town tow were wer entirely eUrly destroyed detroye The Theattack Te Teat Tb a aattack attack at was w due to general g dissatisfaction dissatisfactionamong dsaUacton dsaUactonaong a aamong among aong the natives ntv s with wih the rule of the theBritish theBrtsh di a aBritish British Brtsh chartered chtere company companyAMERICANS companyAICAS companyAMERICANS AMERICANS AICAS HiTEEATED HiTEEATEDMuleteer ITET ITET31uleteera UILTREATED3luletecrs Muleteer Begin Lntvanit Lnwnl Ajrnlnst Ajrnlnstan AJnnst AJnnstan t tan an English Vessel VesselNEW Velael VesselNEW NEW 1 V ORLEANS OREANS June 13 l3The The Ameri Americans AmericdS Amencacs ¬ cans cdS who ho went as a muleteers to South Suth Af Africa Afdca Atrtca ¬ rica accompanying accompanying the mules shipped 5hlppe to tothe tothe ti a at the British Britsh Army are returning returnlt almost almostdally almostdaly alniosdaIly t dally daly and complain that they have h ve been beentreated beentreate a atreated treated treate cruelly cruellySuit cruely cruelySuIt cruellySuit Suit was brought Monday against aginst the theKnight te tef th e eKnight f Knight Kight Bachelor an a English Englsh vessel for forI to r 5000 damages by one of tho returned returnedmuleteers returnedmtleteem returne I Imtleteers I muleteers mtleteem and yesterday more of the themuleteers thenuleteers tb e enuheteers muleteers began begn proceedings pr ceedlng against the theKnight theKnight di e eKnight Knight Bachelor They Tey complain cmplain that thatthey thatthey tha t tthey they were compelled compeled to do heavy hea work Iork that thatthey thatthey lisa lisathey they had not contracted cntrnccd for were fed f d on onfood onto a afood food to unfit unft for dogs and that they were wereotherwise wereotherwise aer C Cotherwise otherwise illtreated illtreatedTwo filtreatedTwo treated treatedTo Two To more cargoes crges of mules mule amounting amountng anrountin g to 2000 animals have left lef here hcr in the thesteamers thesteaes th thsteamers steamers steaes Montenegro ronteneo and Honcroies for forCape forCape to toCape Cape Town Tow The BItish BItsh Government Goverment finds findsno fnds fndsno find S Sno no difficulty difculty in getting the mules mul s here but butthere butI tsr it itthere there has been bee constant cnstt trouble with the themuleteers themuleteers di e emuleteers muleteers muleteersFence muleteersFelee muleteersirec I irec Fence Felee Palings PaUnlI lanx4 13x4 ft only 1 ct ctFence ci ciFcn 5 5Fence tonlyy Fence Fcn rails n and posts t F Libbey Lby Co I MANY M A 1Y BROKEN BROK PLEDGES PLEDGESDisparity PLGE PLGEDlpnly Disparity Dlpnly D Betiveeii Dehecn Between Promises Promhtcl and andAct andAct andActs Act Acts of the RepaltllcanK RepaltllcanKThere npuhUeanHThere ItepuirlicanNThere There wa was a number numherof of callers wIer today at atthe attbe athe the t he Headquarters Ecadquter of f the Democratic D ocrtc Con Congressional Congresional ¬ gressional gresional g resslonal Committee Commitee on the parlor floor floorof toor toorof floorf of o ow f the Metropolitan etpoltan Hotel lotel Some of those thesewere thosewere thoseere were w ere well known k oW men antisome ani and some ome were not notso notso noto so s o well known kow There rrasi ens as one general generaltheme eneral eneraltheme theme t which all al discussed discUse disc sseel i wit vlth evident evidentliking evidentJklngpoltcs evidentikingpolitics liking Jklngpoltcs l ikingpolitics politics Some talked talkt talkd o Of < what what tho thoDemocratic thoDemoratc theemocratic Democratic Demoratc D party had doueoth dotefotr rhode iothrs rs ot what whatthe whatthe whathe the t he Republican Republcan arty had hd ncVdone ncVdoneIt n1tdoe n1tdoeI nt done doneIt It I appeared appe red today toay that tt Jibe latter lattl hatt r di division dIvision diision ¬ vision v ision of the general genera general inema nem ihe W was the more morepopular moreppIlar moreoprlar po popular ppIlar p One of the ori6pcuou3 oaepjcuous P cu features featuresof fetures fetureso of o o f the late cession of Congress C s which vas vasrepeatedly a arepatedly as repeatedly repatedly r pointed out out wai the disparitx disparitxbetween dIDp3rt between b etween Republican Republcan promises pr9miSf and Repub Republican RepubIcn ¬ lican Icn h performances perorance Of 0 the te public pubJc bills billswhich bUs bUswhich which became bee laws there there were wee exceed exceedingly exceedingly ¬ ingly i few it I was w said sd TvhlcJi lc bore any anyrelation Cny Cnyrelaton coyelation relation relaton r to the Ce pledges pledge aafie m e by the Re Republican Re ¬ publican publicn p ublican party pary in i the Notional QUonaL Convention Conventionof Cnventon Cnventonot S of o f 1S9SThe 1896The 1S9S The platform platorm makers maker in that tht year it was wassaid wasEald wasaid said s aid addressed addr ed themselves theches particularly 13rtclnry to toseventeen toeventeen t eventeen s subjects Protection reciproci reciprocity reciproi reciproity ¬ ty t y sugar fiuga merchant mttrcht marine mrne money warveteran war warveterans veterans veteran v foreign toreig relations relaUon Cuba the Na Navy Nayy ¬ vy SI immigration immgron Civil Civi Scrivce Scrivc free ballot ballotlynchlngs ballotlynclngs lynchlngs lynclngs l arbitration arbItaton homesteads bomUteads terri territories territorie tern ternories ¬ tories torie t temperance t mperanc and womans womnsrlght rights rightsThe The T he platform latorm upon which hieh Mr dr r McKinley McKinleywas cOnley cOnleywas was t sas presented to the electors eletor of America Americaappealed Americaappeal Americappealed appealed appeal a For the popular Jpular and historical historicalJustification hlstor al aljustctlon Justification justctlon j jl of their claims to the match matchless matc ¬ less les l ess achievements aclevem nt of thirty thir years yer of Re Republican Re ¬ publican pUblcan p ubhican rule ruleA re reA ruleA A member of the Congre Congcslonal Congressional sional Com Committee ComiUee Cornittee ¬ mittee m iUee said sid The programme progre which the theRepublicans theRepublcns theRopubhicans Republicans Republcns placed before befor die te people all allthe al allhe the t he numbers of which they agreed gree to per perform perform perorm ¬ form f orm in return for the suffrages UrasC of the peo people p peoIe ¬ ple p Ie was as as follows followsL folon folonL L Promote protection protecton protectonZ 2 Renew and extend etend reciprocal r prl rob relations rel robhins ¬ tions tons t r 3 Protect Potec domestic dometic sugar sugr production producton 4 Build up merchant marine maie by dis discriminating discriminatng disniminating ¬ criminating criminatng c duties dute 5 Maintain lalntll sound money mOl moncjtnd ind and secure securefree securefree secureree free f ree silver sUie by b International internatona agreement agreement 6 Take care ce of veterans Tctels and scold the thePension theFenslon thePension Pension Bureau Bureau 7 Construct an a American Aer cana canal across acrossNicaragua acoss acossNicaraga acrossNicaragua Nicaragua Nicaraga and ad protect American Amede interests interestsin InterestsIn in i n Turkey TurkeyU U 8 Restore Reltore peace and ad order orer oer to t Cuba Cuba 9 Extend the navy n1 10 Exclude Eclude Immigrants imigrts who o cannot cannotread cot cotread cannotread read or write write1L wrie wrieIL 1L 11 Extend Etend the civil cIvi civilsolvice soTviee seTee seTeeu u 12 1 Free ballot balot to every ever citizen ctzen citizen13W 13 13W Stop lynchlngs lnclng Arbitration 14 1 Establish Etablsh National atonal Board ord of Labor LaborArbitration Lbr LbrArbitraton LabcrArbitration Arbitraton Arbitratoni 15 i Pass Pa a free homestead Mil riU fullIC 16 Admit Admi Territories at early larly day 17 Promote temperance temprnceand temperaacand and rights of ofwomen women womenThe women womenThese These The things thl were described ierDu as the theprinciples theprnciple principles prnciple of the Republican Repubin party rt In the thematter themate thematter matter mate of o reciprocity reelprdty and under Uer the power powergranted pwer pwergnte powergranted granted gnte in the Diagley DDgley Tariff Tut act act reel reciprocic rl rlproi reelpreciC procic proi treaties trte were negotiated DeJlted between betweentbe bween bweenthe betweenthe the United Unie States Stes and aD Franca Prce sad aa with witaJamaica wt Jamaica Jamai Barbados BarbJ and aD others oters of the theBritish theBriih British Briih We Wet West t ladles lals That Tt with It France Francepromiied Fce Fcepoie Francepromised promised poie to greatly grely extend cte our or business businesswith b businesswith ne with wih that tht Republic Repbic It granted Koto preferen preferential eferen re1erential eferentlal ¬ tial rates rate on G a large lare number Dub of articles utI0 ef efwhich efwhich which we have bae A irphK lrp trpI and a that tha Fraoec Fraoecneed Fneeneeds oe oene need ne and lowered lowere tb t the rates rt eo e French Frenchproducts F Fdmckproducts ah products pout needed neee by us us The 1 treaties tretie with withtbe withth wtththe I the th British Drltl West We eet Indies IDte premised pel an in increase incee increase ¬ crease cee of trade tade with wth people pl Bearer Bere to t u uthan Uthn us usthan than thn to their borne Ie Goen GIeIIUHlt Goveiest 3at and a were wereas WC8 WC8as wereas as greatly Sty desired dre by the UI pec JJ pech to who b made madetbem modethem them t as they were by ft r ibe bTnfMsa bnMoe 1 me me mao at atthe e ofthe the e United UBte States Stt who exw exauts s u 1 to toby > i tefit tefitby e

by them themThe themThe themThe The conventions conento were were Mat at to Coagreas Coagreasearly Ccnagc Coogreoearly early et last lst December Debr and l were ere er referred rfeCe to tothe tothe tothe the Committee Citee on o Foreign F Relations JlelatloosThere RelationsTjerc aUoDs There they ty sleep s in towte t toee of duet and a in insome insome some 2 instances lasn the limit Iml of > iC time within withinwhich withinwhich tbln tblnwhih which whih they te should shld have hve been l ratified rtted by bythe byth bythe the th Senate Seate and an confirmed cOfre by b the House Househas Houe Houeha Househas has ha already rey expired expiredTfc Cilr esgireelTb Tb premise premi to held Ud up the merchant merchantraari merht merhtmrl merchantmoarLe raari mrl moarLe e by discriminating dimllaUng Duties duties utes was a not notput noLput notput put Into execution executO No attempt attmpt W was made madeto madeto 1 1to to do so When the control cntrol of Govern Governmental Goernmentl Governmental mental mentl affairs afair had been bn committed cmitte to the theRepublican theRepblin theRepublican Republican Repblin party prty it i was wa immediately Imedltely dir discovered di dircovered ¬ covered cer by that party prty that tht to to build bid up the themerchant themerchant themerchant merchant marine mnre by discriminating disimiatng duties dutieswould dutes dutesauld dutieswould would auld conflict confct with the treaty treat obligations obligationsof oblgtoD3 oblgtoD3or of the United Unied States entered ent r Into with withabout wt withabout about abut thirty thiry other oter nations nationsAbandoning nato nationsAhandoning Abandoning Abndoning the tb theory ther of discriminating dcrml1Ung duties dutes there ther was wa framed fred a bill b1 In the tlc late latesession latesession latesession session to grant gnt bounties buntC to shipowners shipownersand shiper and shipbuilders shipbuiders which could Culd be b ehatde ehatdein fhnJdeil shnrdeIn in il only by special subclasses subc ot these theseclasses theseclae theseclasses classes clae The Te bill bU was considered cnsldcre by 10 10many nomany o omany many Republicans Republcans to bo b4 inequitable Inequiable and andby andby andby by others othe to be b dangerous dagers party pty policy policythat pUc p3licythat that tht no effort etort was put forward forard to bring bringthe the bill bi before bfore Congress Corre for action actionOne acto actionCOne One of the plank plank9 phanky in iI the Republican Republicanplatform RepubU Republicanplatform n nplatform platform was wa that which declare delar in favor favorof faorof favorof of a a firm fr vigorous vigrou and Id dignified dignifed foreign foreignpolicy foreig foreignpolicy policy One manifestation of this polic mn1 tton th policy policywas plcy plcyS was S the theprescnttlon presentation to the Senate Snate for forratification forratfcaton forraUfleation S ratification ratfcaton of ot the HayPauneefote HaPuDfote Treaty Treatycontaining Traty Tratycntainng Treatycontaining containing cntainng a repudiation repudiaton of the tbe Monroe MonroeDoctrine Monro MonroeDoctrine Doctrine Dtrine and an andmislon Admission that tht England Englandhas Fncl Englandhas nd ndhas has a right to dictate policies pices in the te West Western Wet Weten West0th ¬ ern en World Then there ther was developed deelop the theAdministrations theAdnstratons theAdntnlstrations Administrations Adnstratons opposition oPPIton to the Nica Nicaragua Xie Nicaragu ¬ ragua rg ragu Canal Canl bill blh be fortification for flCton clause clauseof cause causeof clauseof of which whl b was a so s objectionable bJcUolble to t the Ue ad advocates advecatee ¬ vocates v ate of a vigorous v rous foreign fcgn policy Plcy that thatit thatit thatit it only escaped ecpe elimination lminatonlrom from the Hep ¬ burn bill bl by b being bing softly sory modified modifiedThe codifledThe oife The promises prmises to prozrote pro te bimetallism blmetlsm bj bjinternational b1Internatonal byinternational international Internatonal agreement ageemet has been ben broken brokenand brokenand brokenand and an opposite op le course pursued turued in clinch clinchin cinc clinchlag in lag upon the people a gold gld standard 5tanord law lawThe lawe lawCivil The e Civil CII Service Serice law has hs been ben curtail curtailed curtU curtUe curtailid ¬ ed e rather rath than extended i no Territories Territorieshavo Terriories Terriorieshav Territorieshavue havo hav been ben admitted admltll to Statehood tteho and a the theNavy theNvy theNavy Navy is being developed developu nloag Ions the lines lineslaid lne I Ibald laid lai down during the administration administmton ot otSecretary orSecretar 01Secrotafy I Secretary Secretar Whitney Whitneytenant WhitneyLlentenuut WhitneyLieutenant Lieutenant tenant Ciller Dead DeadA DentlA DeadA A despatch de destch ach was w received r eie at the War W De Department Depnrtment Department ¬ partment from frm General MacArthur cArthu this thismorning thl thlmorning thinS morning announcing anouncing the te death eatb from ty typhoid typbod typbold ¬ S phoid fever of First Lieut Jonathan Cil Cilley Ci CiiIcy ley of 1f the Fortythird Infantry Lieuten Lieutenant Lieutenat Lientena5nt ¬ ant at Ciliey Ciey was well wel known kwD in Washington WashingtonSlexJco Washington WashingtonJlexeo S SMexico Mexico City Clto CltoThe CJolen CJolenThe CIosen CIosenThe < The representatives repreenttv s of o the American Americani AmericanRepublcs L LRepublics i Republics Republcs met with wih Secretary SeCet Hay at the theI tbeStte S SState I State Stte Department Departet this tlornlng morning and se seI seleted selooted I looted leted the City Ciy of or Mexico Mec as the place ploce for forthe fortbe 101the the next PanAmericas PAmerc Convention Conventon The Thedate Thedate The a adate date was wa not fixed fixedrtniiixden fed fedRamstlen finedJinmaden rtniiixden Goes to havana HnvnuaThe laann laannThs havanaThe The State Stte Department Delten has bean tr notified notifiedthat notfe notifletI that tha H A Ramsden Pmiden his h barns b e appointed appointedBritish appint appsint I I British Britsh Consul Cosl at t Havana Hava Mn MRms MrRamsdan Kamsdan is isa isa I Ia S a son of former British Britih Consul COIul Ramsden Ramsdencf Rsden Rsdenor cf Santiago Entag who ho endeared endee himself hlsel to toAmericans t te teAmericans Americans Anerlcans by protecting prtectDS United States Sttes citi citizens ct citlzeus ¬ zeus during dring the th late war warThe IU pr prThe t tThc The Son of tlieDike tbe Dlke of York YorkHer York YOrkHer Her Majesty Queen Quee QueettVitorla Victoria v1 wra has address addressed addrcS addrcSc addressed ¬ ed c a letter let r through throu throughthe h the State Stte D Department Departmentto parment parmentto t tto to President Preidet McKinley McKI ev notifying nou him of ofthe otthe o othe the birth bir of a Prince roa ro cf His Royal RoyalHighness Ry RyHIghnp RaynHighness Highness HIghnp s the Duke Dukeot of York YorkThe Yr YrThe YorkThe The 3IIdlloaderj lle l Iteadqnnrtcrn IteadqnnrtcrnCHICAGO adqnnrtcr adqnnrtcrCHICAGO adqnartcm adqnartcmCHICAGO CHICAGO June 13 13T Tbs Mlddleofthe Mlddleoftheroad iddleoth iddleothroa e eroad road roa Populists PopulUt will wi open opec inatiocad tn tiOd head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬ quarters in Chicago aboutjJuly u nbouJuly uly 4 I and will willmaintain wl tril LI LImaintain maintain mentain their ther organization orgatwti here ihele throughout through throughout L Lout ¬ out the Presidential IJreldenUa campaign campaignClinrcli c causianChurqh g gCurch Clinrcli Curch of Our Father FatberS S Excursion ExcursionCuexanenke Excnrlfon ExcnrlfonCh I ICheerapeake Ch Cuexanenke Naleake Heacb Wednesday WednesdayJuue VednendnyvJane Vedneltlu VedneltluJUe Jane JuueThkets KUi KUiTickets l ti Tickets Tcket 50 50 cents cent round rod trip tripI tip tipflcar I flcar Jlear Soft Sof Yellow Yeno Poplar rIar dressed dresncdUraly dreHctlonly dressedonly I J Uraly JN only Y 4 ave aTe eta c Mo is 0 i 1 poplar pp Jfe cU dt at Cth 6t and andJN as OHIO O HIO STTE ThThCOllNIO CONVENTION The T he Buckeye Democrats Dem rat in Session Sessionat at Columbus ColcmbnsPlatform ColumbnsPlattorm Columbuslatform Platform P flLrslFsrnsa n a nfllrmi nll Allegiance Alelnnce to the tliePrinciples thePrlucDl Principles PrlucDl rrtncipIeEnunciatea Enunclntcd Eauncated In the CCI CCICOKO CIr CIrenoDe C1i C1ic0450 = > COKO enoDe Declaration larnton Stronsr StroD PJ PJAunlimt Plank Aunlimt Jalnt Imperialism Impebdllll mind ad the Con ConKrcunluntt Congrealond Krcunluntt grealond jrr ssionCi Unurpntlon Uauraton of Power roiverCOLUMBUS rowcl rowclCLUMBUS PowercOLUMBUS COLUMBUS CLUMBUS Ohio Ohio June 13 1Tere 13There There was wasgreat I Igret great gret g reat enthusiasm enthuam at at 1045 oclock oclok when whenHon J JHon Hon H on W S Thomas Thom as Chairman Chaira of the tbeState I State S tate Central Centl Committee Commite called cne the con convention m mventon ¬ vention venton v to onler oier He Introduced Intodced Rev John JohnHewitt JohnHewit Hewitt Hewit H ewitt who delivered dclverd the invocation invocationFollowing invocato invocatoFolowing Following Folowing F the th Invocation InvQcton Mr Thomas an announced a ¬ nounced nunced z unced the te temporary temprary organization oriton as asfollows follows followsWebster folles follesWebster f ollowsWebster Webster P Huntington Huntngon of Franklin Franklincounty FrnkIn FrnkIncounty Franklinounty county c chairman chaian Louis Lui Reemelln Reemelf of ofHamilton otHamiton ofamilton Hamilton Hamiton H amilton secretary seret ry John oh McCarty of De Defiance Defance ¬ fiance fance fi ance sergeantatarms se ntatar Joan Joh J Joyce of ofFranklin orFrakli ofranklin Franklin Frakli F ranklin first assistant asistnt Rev R John Joh Hew Hewitt Hewitt Hewtt ¬ itt i tt of Franklin FrnkIn chaplain chaplainMr chaplan chaplanMr Mr Huntington Huntngton was introduced Introuc and de delivered delvr deivened ¬ livered lvr l the keynote keyote speech speh which was w fre frequently frequenty freuentiy ¬ quently quenty q applauded applaudedThe applaudedThe The committee cmmitee on resolutions rcSlutons spent the theniyht theniht theight niyht n ight in preparation preparaton of a platform platfor and andpresented i presented penud p to the te convention conveton the following foJovng i iIu iu i u substance substanceWe 6ubstnce substanceWe I We the Democrats Demort of Ohio in con convention conveDton ¬ vention veDton assembled aembled reaffirm reafr our adhe adherence adhe adherenco ¬ rence to the National aUonJ Demooatic DeO DennOci atc sUe plat platform platfor platform ¬ form for adopted aopted at a a Chicago Chicgo in 1SS6 1SS6VWe 156 156e 1136Wo VWe e enter eter our protest protet against aginst the te doctrine dotrine that thtt the te President Prsident or Congress Congresscan Cnnges Cnngescn Congresscan can cn govern gover acquired acured territory tetr outside outsideand outide outidea and a Independent Indepndent dr of the te Constitution Constuton of ofthe otthe ofthe the United Unie States Stte as a doctrine dotne utterly utterlysubversive uttery utterysubvem8 utterlysubversive subversive of reve every foundation foundton and andprinciple ad adpriciple principle priciple of our Government Govement The Te Dec Declaration De Deelaratlon ¬ laration or Independence Independec the te flag and andjUie ad adf and4iQonstituticn jUie 4iQonstituticn f Constituticn Consttut n must mut everywhere everywherestanlr evrywh6te evrywh6teBt stanlr Bt stand t ttgetnersswmniemaurnmnm tggenrcra mt cmDienja c ui U h1 numro numroliberty liberty lber and equal eul rights rht for all 1 and andwhere andwhee andwhere whee where one on goes all go ge goWe We therefore denounce Imperialism Imperialismtrader Imperilsm ImperilsmUder trader Uder any pretence as necessarily necsry lead leadIng leadIng Ing to militarism mltrsm and id as a wholly wholy for foreign foreig forolga ¬ eign eig to t our ou system syste of government germe and anddeclare ad addeiae anddeclare declare deiae that tt neither Iilter Congress Cong nor the thePresident thePresIdent President can c exercise eecbe any mY power pwer not notderived notderived derived from tr the te Constitution ConstitutionWe COtluton COtlutonWe ConstitutionWe We therefore thereore denounce d nounce the Porto PortoRican Poro PoroRcn PentoRican Rican Rcn Tariff Trf bill bu as a palpable papable viola violation viola1fo violalion ¬ 1fo lion of a the te doctrines dotine of the fathers fathersand f2thcr fathersand and a of o the fundamental fundanl principles priples of ofour orou ofour our ou Government Gernment which whch Is I based be upon uponequal tp upornequal equal eua rights rght to t alL alLHoc alLHo Hoc Ho A A W V Patrick of NeT Philadel Philadelphia Phlde Philadehia ¬ phia p hia is said sad to t be a formidable formidble candidate candidatefor cndidte cndidtefor candidateor for f or delogatetttargc dclogteztlrge The other members membersof membr of o f the Big Bg Four Fou will wi be Col James Jame Kll Kllbourne Kl Klbrne Ku Kuoorne bourne brne b oorne Columbus Colubus Hon C M M Hasgkell of ofPutnam orPuta ofPutnam Putnam Puta and a George Geor W Hall Hall of Toledo ToledoThe Toe ToledoThe The Te latter later however howeve has ba an opponent in inHen InHo inHoe Hen Ho John C Walty Walt of o Canton CantonThe CantonTe CantonThe The Te committee cmmitee on credentials creentls decided deko In Infavor Infavor Inavor favor f avor of seating setng the t e regular reglar delegates delegatesfrom delegte from frm f ront Cuyaboga Cya and a Montgomery Montgoery counties countiesThere contie coontiesThere j There Tee has hs been ben little ltte consideration csiderton of ofthe o ofthe the candidates cniates for places on the State Stateticket Stte Sttetiket Stateticket ticket tiket Indications IDIUons favor c t ticket tcket headed bod bodI headedr3 by I i r3 either eter William Wiim Bell Bn of Liokiag Li klog or Frank FrankHarper Frk FrkHIDcr FrankHarper Harper HIDcr of or Knox Kox for secretary seetry of State StateT3EE Stte StteT StateTE T3EE T PORT PORT OF CTJCITTA CUCA CLOSED CLOSEDAn CLOSE CLOSEn CLOSEDAn An n Evidence Eltence of Sacccac SDeCC ICJ by 1 the Co Colombian Colombian ¬ lombian Insurgents InnurRcntMNEW Inllurhcntl InsurgentsNEW NEW YORK YOJ June Jun 13 1Thc 13The The official omd ad adrateston adrl admission mission rl that tat the te port pt of Cueutn Cet is 1 con controlled c cootrefoIl ¬ trolled trole by the Colombian Cmbn insurgents 1uent Is Iscontained I Iseoatalned contained etlne in the tle following fel g notice ntc posted Pte in inthe inthe inthe the consulate conulte of o Colombia 17 1 State Stte Street StreetBy Stret StretBy Streetthy By special sil decree deree issued Isued by the execu executive Ce ¬ tare of CelomWa Celomb a It is declared lve CJmW i dere that the theport theprt theport port prt of Cucuts Cucut has l bea be closed cle to foreign foreigncommerce foreig foreigninminerce commerce mmerce E E E E SPINOSA SPINOSAConsul SPLOS SPINOSAConsul Consul Conul General GeneralThe GeerL GeerLTe GeneraLThe The Te ostensible oensile purpose purse of this thi decree decreewas decee deceews decreewas ws was to deprive deprye the Inurgets insurgents of revenues revenuesthat reenuesthat revenuesthat that might mtcht accrue e from shipping to Cu Cucuta Cucut Cucnita cuta cut which whic Is I held by them them The Te revolu revolutionary relutonar revolutionary ¬ tionary tonar government goerent however has sent sentconsuls sentconuls sentcorisuis consuls conuls to Curacao Curaco and Maracaibo racib who whopass whopas whopass pass all goods gd consigned cnsiged to places plaes held by the rebels Shippers Shippr in this city clt to Cu Cucnta Cucuts cuts ct have sent their shipments shipment by way wy of ofaracb Maracaibo MarscatheA aracb j i iA A CENSUS CESUS DISCOVERY DISCOVERTColored DL DISCOVERYColored < OVY OVYColored Colored Woman omon in Kansas KunMsl Claims Clnlm to toBe toDe tolie Be 114 J 14 Years Yenn Old OldLEAVENWORTH OldLEA OdLEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEA YEWORH Kan K June JUIe 13 13A 13ALavenworth 13ALeavenworth A ALeavenworth Leavenworth Lavenworth census tensu enumerator enumertor has ba found founda founda a a woman wa1 who claims cams to be b 114 years yr old oldShe oldShe oldShe She Is s Mrs Kittle Kitte Watkins a negress negss negressThe The Te two most mot Important Impoat events event in her herlife herlfe herlife life lfe were when she cooked for a t barbecue barbecuegiven Mr barbecuegiven ue uegiven given at Liberty Lbrty Mo to soldiers soldier return returning returnig returntag ¬ tag from m the Mexican exfen War in 1348 lS i and andwhen andwhen andwhen when she cast ct her first frst vote in this th city cty six sixyears sx sxyer sixyears years yer ago being bing then IM 18 years Yer old old ol Mrs lrs Watkins atklns has h been bemaIed married twice and is isthe i isthe a the mother of eleven children childrenPOR chIdren childrenFOB FOB R A2TIS A AN ITl ISTH3IIA2l 21 RAILWAY RAILWAYTlio RWAY RAILWAYThe The Astor ltor Syndicate SyncH nte Secure Concen Concenlonx Coue Concssions N NalonM alonM lonx In Honduras IlontlurnMW HonduraszEW HonilurnNEW NEW W ORLEANS ORLS June 13 iLThe 3Te The Astor Astorsyndicate Astorsyndicate syndicate has s secured < cured c red from frm the Govern Government Ga Gam Governmdnt ¬ ment m nt cf c ii Honduras Hondura concessions for building buildingan buiding buildingIsthrnian an Isthmian lthmiBnrlwy railway from Puerto Perto Carter Corteson Crte Carteron on the Atlantic Atatc to Amapala AmPla on the PaciQe PaciQea PaeUla a distance ditanc of 200 O 0O miles mie The Te Congress Cngs of ofHonduras ofHondur ofHonduras Honduras Hondur has h just granted the concessions concessionsand and an President Sierra Sier has h signed siged the pa papers papes paP paJames ¬ pers persJamas pes pesJacs P James Jacs E E Bleekman Bekmau managing naglng director directorof diretor diretoror directorof of the New York syndicate synl syndi nte tc brought the thenews thenews thenews news here here Accompanying compnying Mr r Blcekmaa Bleekmn BloekmanIs Is Ccl Ce Duncan Dunc B Cooper Cper of Nashville Nashvilleone XtsvUe XtsvUeona Nnshvilicone one of the first firt promoters ptomotes of the syndicate syndicateIt syndi syndiI It I t Is I i reported reprtd that tat 3Ir Ir Keith Keit the head hed ot ottho Ct cithe the to Fruit Fi Trust 7rust will wi be b general geel manager managerof mDgr mDgror managerof of the now road Work ork upon It will wl b bgin ba bagin gin at cnce cnceAVorlda cnceorld onceorldr AVorlda orld orldr Running Runnln Record Broken BrokenPHILADELPmA BrokenPHILDELPHL BrokenPHIISIADELPHL PHILADELPmA PHILDELPHL June 13 13I 13Ia In the thegames thegmes thegames games gmes yesterday on Franklin Frankln Field Feld Alex Alexander Alexander Alc ¬ ander Grant Grnt of Pennsylvania Pennsylanla broke brke the theworlds theworlds theworlds worlds record for the l500mere run runGrant runGrant runGrant Grant covered coere the distance distnce In 4 1 minutes 835 8 35 seconds s conds The Te best Ist previous time tme in inthat intt inthat that tt event was wa made mde by a Frenchman Frenca and andwas mi andwas was w 4 minutes miutes 10 seconds seconds31oney secnd secnd3Ioncy secondsMoney Money 3Ioncy In a Tomato TOUat Can CanMAHWAH CanAHW CanMAHVAU MAHWAH AHW ol N J June 13 l3Forer l3ForerGoverno 13Former 13FormerGovcrnon Former FormerGovernor Governor Governo Prices Pices con ton while whie searching searchingthrough nearchingthrough rlng rlngthrough through the ruins ot a fire fre which occurred occurredhere occurredhere curret here on April Apri 28 S found a tomato can C con containing cn cntaining contaming ¬ taining soo 500 00 The money was all al In 20 20bills 20bills O Obis bills bis As it is badly b ly scorched scorche he will wn send sendit sendIt sendit it Hon to the Treasury Department D rtment for redemp redemption reep reepton redempHon ¬ ton A SHsHlnsr ljlln Mother Jother I Lcnted LcntedHAZLE Located LocatedEAZL5N > ocatcd ocatcdHAZLETON HAZLETON HAZLE Pa June 13 13rs Mrs Rich Richard Richa Richttnd ¬ ard a Leahy of o this city ciy who disappeared disappearedfour dlspp dlsnppaaredfour = four years ago has ha been ben located I te In the theBlockley tbeDocklty theBlockley Blockley Docklty Almahouse Almshouse Philadelphia Phiadelphia She Sheis SheIs Sheis is slightly demented and wandered ndered slgtly domete awa awaThe awaThc away awayThe The years slipped Ippe by and rhe he was wa given givenup givenUI givenUi up UI as dead ded On Monday o d3Y her son Patrick Patrickreceived PtrIck PtrIckreeived Patriclereceived received reeived a a letter leter from rom her He left lef yester yesterday Jtter JtterdY yestenday ¬ day home homet1 for Philadelphia Phidelphia to bring brng his hi mother motherhome motherhome motheihome t1 4 To Philadelphia Phlntldhi and Return RetnrnIa 4 4Via Via Ia Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccount Rnlrsd RnlrsdAcunt RailroadAccount Account Acunt Republican n blcan Jf National tional inl Convention OonrentiooTickets S STickets Tickets Tcke on Sale I and ud Rood g going in iue June 15 1 to 19 19gbOd 1 13geod gbOd Jd to o return reu until ut W lime Jae 2C 2CExtra 26Extra G GEtn Extra Etn wltlct wide finest uest Choicest Whitepins White Whitepiny le leis pins is cypress and poplar pbr always alw ready r F Lib Ifbter Libte ter lT te fc Co FEARING FRG THE T CONTESTANTS CONTESTANTSRepublican GONTSANS GONTSANSReDulUenn CUNThSTAMSepublican ReDulUenn R Rl Republican National Xntonal Committee Comwltee Be BeRUM DehiD Begins RUM hiD gins Its Ia Sessions ScxsionsPHILADELPHIA SCMlonl SCMlonlPHILDELPHIA SessionsPHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA PHILDELPHIA June 13 13Te 13The The pre preliminary peImiDry preiminary ¬ liminary ImiDry l work ork of the Republican ReptbUc National NationalConvention Naton1 Naton1Conveton Nationalonvention Convention Conveton C onvention began bgan today toay in earnest ean9st with withthe wIt withthe the meeting mtng of the National NaUol Committee Committeeat Commitee Commiteeat at a t 12 oclock oclok Interest Intret in the committee committeemeeting cmmlte cmmltemeeUn committeemeetIng meeting meeUn W9 ss reduced to t a minimum mInimu how however ho bowver ¬ ever e ver by b the absence abnce of Chairman Chlnn Hanna Hannawho Hannawho who did not reach the te city until Wt some two twohours twohours twoours hours h ours later laterThe latr latrThe laterThe The committee cmmltee will wi bear hea the th testimony tesimony testimonyn In I n the thirtyfive thirtyfve contests cntets for seats Ieat In tb tbConvention t tCnyentlon the theonvention Convention Cnyentlon C onvention The contestants contesl are mostly mosty mostiyrom from f rom the South SouthThere SouthThere SouthThere There are contestants contetnt here her from frm dir districts dil dirnlets ¬ tricts tlci I where no conventions conventionswere were held ac according a ¬ cording 0 01 ding to the charges chrges and countercharges counterchargesfreely counterchargesreely freely f made mde today tO The Te corridors of the theHotel theHotel theHotel Hotel Walton Waton today toay swarmed swred with contest contestants CCttst CCttstant contestnts ¬ ants ant a nts leaders and witnesses witneses from fr LouIs Loulrfana Jis LouIsun ana n un Texas Tex Georgia Georga Alabama Alaba and a Ten Tennessee TenCeee Tonessee ¬ nessee Ceee n essee The Te National latoal Committee Commitee is i dir disposed cUspse dirosed ¬ posed pse p osed to make mke short work of most of the thecases te teQSC theases cases QSC e ases QSCUUGUAYS UUGUAYS URUGUAYS NEW 1r MINISTER 2EEKISTZRDon JST JSTDon MINISTERon Don D on Juan JnnJ Cnentax Celto Prenrtit Pre > et HI his Cre Credential Credentials ¬ dential dcnt1 to the President PrextdentDon PreAidentDon PresidentDon Don Juan Jua Cuestas Cuet the new Minister Ministerfrom Ministerrom inlser inlserfm from fm f rom Uruguay Urugay today toa called cle at the State StateDepartment Stte StteDeprtent StateDepartment Department Deprtent and presented preented his hi credentials credentialsas creentas creentasa as a a s the representative repreettive of that Republic RepublicAfter Rpublc RepublicAfter After Afer some sme formalities tormdUes Secretary Screry Hay ac accompanied eccpanie cccinpanied ¬ companied cpanie c him hi to the te White Wie House Heus where wherehe whereb he b l ie was wa presented pnsented to t the President PresidentIn PreldenL PreldenLIn PresidentIn In greeting greting Mr fr McKinley McKney Senor Sel Cues Cuestas Cuest Cuesas ¬ tas t l as said saidMr saidMr sd sdIr Mr Ir President Predent Invested inveted by b the te Govern Government Govrn Govrnment Governmeat ¬ meat ment of the t Republic Reblc of Urugcay Urugcaywith Urug Urugunywith with wit the character cacter of Minister litster Resident Residentnear Reldent Reldentne Residentnear near ne the Government Goercnt of the United Unit Suites Suitesof St8 Satesf of o f America merlc over ovr which wbk Your Excellency ExceUeneypresides Eeleey Eeleeypreides Excellencypresides presides preides I have ha e the te high blg honor hon to t place plce In InYear InYor inYour Year Yor Excellencys Excelencys hand bd the autograph RUgph let letter let letcr ¬ ter i cr of His Excellency Ecelec the President P t which whichaccredits wbl whichaccredits accredits acIt me in I that capacity capacityInterpreting cpaciy cpaciyInterretng capacityIutereting Interpreting Interretng the sentiments sentmen which whch ant animate ai aimte antante ¬ mate mte s my Government Goerent in confiding cnfdng to t me metmvnrimuu incBlksmas2ouwhoeenratubIctte tmvnrimuu t Blksmas2ouwhoeenratubIctte 1 niiuj nhu niei1 uvijin vbl is 1 UTem UTemtribute mma mmatribute L wn wntrbut tribute trbut to draw more closely coely If 1 possible possiblethe P possiblethe lble lblete the te relations rlaions of frank and cordiaL cori friend friendship fried friedship friendhip ¬ ship s hip which happily happiy unite unie the two countries countriesit countrie8i it i i t Is I my duty to make 1e known kown to Your Ex Excellency ExceUency Ercellency ¬ cellency the sincere wishes for the ¬ dncre wbes te pros prosperity prsperlt prospenity perity perlt and greatness gretes or the United Unite States Statesof Stte Statesf of o f America Aeric and ad for the personal pe oBa happiness happinessof bwJnef i of o f Your Excellency Ecelec entertained enterned by my Gov Government Gv Goverirment ¬ i iernment ernment ernmentFor erirmentFor ernment For my part Jr I congratulate cntulte myself m Mr MrPresident MrPresident President Pedent that tt Your Yor Excellency EeeUeDY will wU ap appreciate apprete appredate ¬ predate prete the sincerity ticerty of my seattaeats seattaeatsand stleBts seatimeatsand and 0 will wl give them a kindly ktDly welcome weJm My Mymission Mym1elon Mymission mission m1elon will wl tb thU thus c be rendered renr alt al the te eas easier e osaet ¬ ier l et and Bd I eball dl Ct count myself m1 happy hpy if Imy Imymoest my mymodest raymodest modest moest good go will wl as a representative rpeetthe ef tnt Uruguay Ur tntguay ¬ guay gn should zhoui meet It the t acetetaaee Ut and a enl enlcacioos 61 efficaclous cacioos ccJon cooperation coperti of the te First Fi Magis Magistrate Maglatrate ag ¬ trate lt of a 1 great get people peopleMr peopbeMr e Mr Ir McKinley McKDey responded r as fallows fallowsMr fel fellowsMr Mr Minister meter it i gives gTS me great ge pleas pleasure p peaitire ¬ tire to t weteefl we weteosse e you yo to t this t country ea IK 1 tae taecapacity tIe tIecPty thecapacity capacity ef Minister UMer Resident ef the Re Republic Repbi Repeibblc ¬ Rnt cPty o G t public pbi of Uruguay Urgy and to t assure Me ye y yoo that thatthe thatthe t the sentiineata Enlt of o cordial e friendship elp which whichyou wll whichyou you yo express expc are heartily hrU reciprocated re te by bythe bythe bythe the GovtmneDt GOYfD and aD by the th people p of the tbeUnited t theUnited United UDt Suites SuitesIt S SttesIt te It t will I give gve me great gret pleaaare pre peooure to t co cooperate C eooperate ¬ operate oprte with lt you yo in 11 the t laudable lab pr purposewhich purpose purposewhich which w of and rend rendering readeying k you yo express epre o cementing cemeBta al re ¬ eying elng even eve more intimate btte the O relations reiaUoaswhich relUs relationswhich which whi so 5 happily laply unite ulte our or two republics republicsIt rb It is I a special spl pleasure plere for fo rae m to t welcome welcomeyeu We Weyeu welcomeyou yeu not only Oly as a Milter Minister ot o Uruguay Urgay but butas bt bta beetas as a the son sn of the te enlightened eHghteDe ste statesmanwho statesman statesmanwho who I1 public pebttcDan publicDon BOW BW directs diet the te destiaiea ti of o that tt re repebttc r8I1 republic Dan Dn Jean JCa Cvestas Cts Is I a SOB S of o President PreaUeotCoestas PresidentCIteetits Coestas Cu of or Uruguay Urga and an is i both b a amu states statesman tt 5 5sans ¬ man and an a a diptonat diptonatNEW dipat dipatNWORS diplaenatNEW NEW NWORS CORKS ORKS COOPZSAGZ COOPEGE PIKE E Five Mm J Killed 1 lletl and Many Jnny Others OthersInjured Othels OthelsInjured Injured InjuredNEW InjuredlE InjuredNEW NEW lE YORK YORK June JID IS 1Te 13The The Ire Ar which whichdestroyed whih whihdestroye whichdestroyed destroyed destroye the immense imene cooperage cperge plant JaRt tast of oftbe ofthe the WeWtnan Weimn Company C IY oe 0 North Xort Eleventh EleventhStreet Eeenth EeenthStet EleventhStreet Street Stet Willlamrtarg Wi1amurg last evening eveBS re resulted resuled ¬ suited suled in the te death eat of o five fve men and a the theinjury theInury injury Inury of numerous numeros employes empye and a femen firemen firemenOne One man Charles Chares Coiwell CweJ is still miss missing missIng mtsslag ¬ ing So S fiercely ferQIY did the fire fre burn brn that that not notuntil notunti notuntil until unti this thi morning could Cul a thorough to k search searchof sarh sarhof searchof of the ruins rins be b made mde and a then several bed bodies b bedisa ¬ ies ie were we found found foun One was ws burned bre beyond byO all allhope aUhop hope hop of recognition roiton and d was ws takes tken to the themorge j jmorgue morgue morgueTbe morge morgeTe morgueThe The Te death deat list now nw numbers five fe and aDdsever ao aoseveral soseveral sever several Italians ItU names ames unknown unklwD are ar said saidto sid sidto saidto to be missing miing the police polce and firemen frmen be believe b behero ¬ hero lee that tt the death deth roll may my grow growPRESIDENT gw gwPREIE growPRESIDENT PRESIDENT PREIE ROGERS ROGES RESIGNS RESIGNSPolitic RGNS RGNSPoUte RESIGNSPolitics Politic PoUte Causes CanJes Him 11m to Leave the theAorthivestern tbe1orbvestern theNorthwestern Northwestern 1orbvestern TTniverMtjr TTniverMtjrCHICAGO tnl tnivcrsityCHICAGO rlty rltyCHICGO CHICAGO CHICGO June Jue 13 13PIt 13PxesMnV President Henry HenryWade HoaryWade Wade Rogers Rers of o Northwestern Norves rn University University Universityhas eri j jhas has ha resigned rgned At the te anneal aDc aettteg mtg cf cfthe dthe cfthe the board brt of f trustees trte yesterday sterdy Pi Ple Pieident PieidentWilliam evident evidentWilliam ident identWlla William Wlla Deering presented prcte Dr Rogers Holersresignation Rogersresignation oseT resignation relgto to take te effect efet July Jly 16 1 ILBr I IDr I Dr Rogers antlexpaneton antexn utterances utterancesand uUenCs uUenCsaud utseranessand I and his hs avowed enmity enlt7 toward towd the t national nadoaalAdministration Dtloa nationalAdministration Administration AdmInitton caused cause a breach bC bree with wlk the thetrustees thettee thetrustees trustees ttee whic which caused aur yesterdaysacti yestery yesterdays ac8n ac8nH action actionRAS B BTTAS TTAS HIS H PICTURE PICUE TAKEN TASEJffMr TA TAIr TAKENMr Mr Ir 3IeKinlcy Jlcllnlc Poses Po cs Before a 0 Camera Camerafor Camerafor Camerafor for Campaign Cnmpn Purposes PurposesThe lnroc lnrocThe InrpoaesThe The President Pddeat this th mornia mrla morning sat t f for r his hisphotogjaph Is Isphoagph hispbotojpaph photogjaph phoagph at a Fifteenth FteeDt Street Str studio studioHe swl StudioHe He h hp hrs s a a number numbe of o pictures pitur but It in h view viewof eiewof of the th coming Convention CODeDn next nt week Wk and aadthe andthe l the subsequent euLeuet campaign Cmplg there Oe ha hs hoe bn bna b a strong 3rg demand dea for t a sew DW photograph of ofthe ofte ofthe p the Republican Repubicn leader l loaderThe J te cer cerTe Te The Census in i HnKcrxtovrn HnKcrxtovrnHAGERSTOWN 110 hlnacratuwu1IAGERSTOVN erto ertoIIGERSTOWN = HAGERSTOWN IIGERSTOWN Md June 13 l3Emerich l3EmerichC 13Emenich 13EmenichC Bmerich BmerichC C C Bell Bel of Hagerstown Hagro was w the first frt eon census cl clsus eonLug ¬ sus enumerator enumetr in InWashlgton Washington county to tocomplete tocomple tocompletis complete comple his work work Charles C Fechtig FehUg was waathe wasthe wasthe the second ernd Persons Pe on are ae guessing geg on the thepopulation te teputon thepopulation population puton of HagerKown Hge o Conservatives Conservativesput Cotvc Conservativesput put the population popuaton at from 13606 1 to t 16 16COO 16OQ 16too COO OQ In 1SOO lS it was S 1011S IGU8 A newspaper newspapercensus newQpercnsus newspapercensus census cnsus several eera years ears ago when whe Hagers Hagerstown Hagel Hagerstown town was W at the height of its it prosperity prosperitymade proert proertmad prosperitymade made 1SGOO mad the population popula cn between 17090 liO and and1SGOO an Fatal Fall Pul From lro n 0 Bridge BridgeWHITE Drt BridgeWTE c cWH WHITE WH PLAINS PLI S N Y Jpne 13 13 1LEomi 1LEominick Domi Dominlck omI omInlek nick McXIchols Mcchols of o Pittsburg PUtsbug Pa a foe foeman foeman Ioeman man employed empioye by a bridge company eompy plac placing pa pine pinelag ¬ I ing a new bridge brdge over the te Broas Br RIvar Rve on onthe onthe onthe the Harlem tracks tc two miles mUe north nort cf cfWhite c ofVhite White ite Plains while whie superintending superntenlug tie tieconstruction te teconstction theconstruction construction constction lest Ict his hi balance bance and an fell tel f li a dis distance distnc dlstance ¬ tance tnc of thirty thiry feet feat He le received reeie fatal fatalinternal tatl tatlInterl fatalinternal internal Interl injuries Inure from which hich he died yes yesterday y ytcrdn yenterday ¬ terday tcrdn afternoon afternoonHeld aferon aferonIcd afternoonheld Held Icd in II Heavy leu Ball BallWilliam Dnl BaliWilliam William Wiial Earley Eley colored who was wa ar arrested arreste asrested ¬ rested reste several seerl days dys ago charged cged with wih a aserious a aserious serious assault asault on Rebecca Rebec Toyer a 1 ten tenyearold tenyearold tenyearold yearold girl on Jrne Jtte 2 at a house in Lo Locust L Lacult ¬ cult cut Alley Ue was wa 4rnUsned rlged this thi morning morningbefore mornlnl morningbefore before Judge KImball Kmbal and entered entre a plea pleaof pleaof pleaof of not guilty git The defendant defednt was held In In2CO 2000 bond for the action acton of the Brand BrandJury grandjury nd ndjur Jury jur jurVn juryhynna Vn hynna Hn Business Iacss College Cole c ath th and K IL ILtD Kt5Ctras t5Ctras 5 CtESU tD Office Oe Exaininatio ExaininatioTho Eatn EatnTie Exinination3 Exinination3TIme TIme Tie JIuKt 3InxIt at Chesapeake Che5npen1e Beach UenchIs BeachIs Is Haley naII flakys Band Bnd and Orchestra Orhetr every ee afternoon aiternooni afternoonand i and evening ceg Dancing DancingCars Da DaCarl DancingCars Cars Carl loaded free fre for outoftown outoftowntales ontottou ontottousl outoftownsales tales LiVlxy sl Lbl lorabcr Jr C Co nlilcvcrk mwok hardware h etc et by F FLiVlxy FLbl FLitebey DBMOGRATSOFKHNTUGKt DBMOGRATSOFKHNTUGKtLoni BllMOCR8 lip KIIKY KIIKYLonisilIe Loni LonisilIe sTille me Cro CroiJed Jed in Anticipation AnticipationCf Antcipaton Antcipatonr Cf r the State Convention ConventionSenatorElect Conventon Conventont ConventonSenntorElet ConventionSenatorElect t SenatorElect SenntorElet Dlnckbnl Blackburn ExCover ExCovernor EGcTe nor UlcCreary JIeCrear and Lnll Louts 3Ici 3IciQnown 3lciQuown IC1 IC1QnoD Qnown QnoD Likely Like to Be Delegates Del teat teatLr at atLargeStrong f fJarBe JarBe Lr LargeStrong eStronJ Stronsr IMankM rJunk r3nni to Bt Be Jnt Jnteluded 1n intcluded t teluded eluded In the Pnrtym Prtyl Platform PlntforLOUISVDLLE lluttorl lluttorlLOUSVLE PlatformLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE LOUSVLE June 12 l3onvIlon l3onvIlonc 13Convention 13Conventioncrowds Convention Conventioncrowds crowds c throng the streets et of the city ct and andthere mdtere andthere there tere Is great gt enthusiasm ethua In I anticipation antirfpatloaof ati l of a year Y U of Democratic Demoratc victories vlare Dele Delegates DO Bolegates e gates gl to the te Democratic Demratc State Stt GoureBttea GoureBtteato Oouelt n nt to t be held tomorrow tmorw aceompenledby a empnlebY prom prominent pre prommeat ¬ inent leaders ledrs ef o the party prty are ar arrivta 3rv arriving ea eaevery e enevery every train t The Te convention conveDtn will wn elect electfour tet tetfor electfour four for delegatesatlarge delegteatlge to t tie te Kansas City CityConvention Cty CityConvention Convention ConventionIt Cnventon CnventonIt It ir regarded rege as a alnoet alm certain ctin that UtatSenatorelect Ut UtS thatScxtorehect Senatorelect S torelect Blackburn Blaekbr exGosarcor exGosarcorJames eGoyo eGoyoJame exGoveruorJames James Jame B McCreary McCre and a Louis Ls McQeown McQeownof leuow of Warre Wae > wl will be b three tbr of the four or dele delegates de dalegates ¬ gates gate from the State Stte at large to the te Na National Natiol Natiottal ¬ tional tiol Convention COcton They Tey have hve a bt bb big lead leadin l lendin d din in in the th Instructed I rte vote ote and a are ae believed baMevedto beve to be sure ure winners wilD Several Sever Democrats Democratsare Dmot are mentD mentioned for the te fourth torth place placeThe placeTe phaseThe The Te following olowl1 planks plak for the platform platformhave platcr phatiormhave have hve been b agreed agee upon uponWe upc upcWe uponWe We openly oply condemn cnemn the dastardly dastardlyaction dtly dastardlyaction action of the late Republican ¬ ac RepubUe usurp usurpers UT usurpera ers and aa fimateiM al for defaming delng the fair fairname la fairname name nae of Kentucky Kentuck by carrying cing Into Int ef effect e offeet ¬ feet te their tir campaign eplg threat thrt to t wade in inblood i inblood blood blo HP lp to t their ther knees ke by taking to tothe tote tothe the te State Capitol cpto an a army ay of despera desperadoes depr desperadoes ¬ does do for the te purpose pre of assassinatiug assassinatiugour ualDtog ualDtogor our or beloved belve and aD martyred mrtye Governor GovernorWilliam GovernorWUi2m GovernorWiiliam William WUi2m GoebeL GoebeLWe GobL GobLWe GoebehWe We openly oly condemn cnen the flight 1g t of W WS wS WS S Taylor Tylor and a Charles Carle Finiey Filey in I cask making m caskbig ¬ ing themselves tem5ehe fugitives fuSltve from om justice justiceby jli juziweby by b taking takg up their ther abode abe in i the tt State StateIndiana et ethd oS1udian hd Indiana to t evade end trial ta for fr complicity cty In lathe Inthe inthe the m murder er of William WJl GoebeL GoebeLResolved Gob GoebelResolred Resolved Reshe That Tt we ak that t all nee neeessary Deeesa necessary essary esa steps step by cooatltatiosual ctutt1l amend amendment amen amendmeat ¬ ment and ad otherwise ers shall sU be b taken te t tly t tas a as S soon a as poesible recur t to t tIy thlnn thlnnly ly al and BOW D venerable vebe form fo of o vim The race voecvoting racevoting voting which wbl baa ha by b long log experience experienceendeared eiae eiaeedre exponienceendeared State Statewith StateWe endeared edre itself It to the te people PIe cf f this thisState thi thisState We cr declare i in fo favor of fr free tr trade tradewith with wt Porto Po Rico R iadapendesc i c of Cubs Cubshome Cb Cobsborne home e rule rte for f the te P11p PatilppiBoe no D sub sabject Abjet subjest jest jet people BO J colonial o l depoadencier depoadenciereternal teDI teDIetenl 4epdeacieeeternal eternal etenl opposition Gtl to t tracts ts a vigorous vigorMsforeign vigorousferetn lors lorsore foreign ore policy poiy aa a income ll tax tx the te dee deetioa ee elseties ties ti of United Ualtd States Se Stastors a by Iy vote voteof Tee voteof of 6 the U p people a and for fo Mmetalltera MmetallteraThe ImetUi bimetaihocaThe The T principal p pI contest entes of 0 the U coavention coaventionit ceenf it I is I believed 1 today ty will wl be b for fo the U bnMr bnMrof hr hro boo booof of o the te fourth fCr pUce p of 0 defegnteatlerge defegnteatlergeNmBeroae daJe delspsteatlargeNmoere NmBeroae Nmoere 1 sarong srg party py adherents aea are de desirous t e estrotig ¬ sirous si of o going sg to Kansas K City Cty and a the thorivalry to torYr thentva5lry rivalry rYr for fo the U coveted evete election ee ie I I intense intenseAt Ie taseseeAt At present none of the cnadMetcs pe B o t t seams seamsto s seamsto to t be b decidedly tey in I the te teCOuT lead leadCOUBT leadCOURT COURT COuT UPHOLDS UHOS DEKOCSEATS DEKOCSEATSRepublicnnn DEOOT DEOOTn DEIIIOOPATSItepulihleans Republicnnn n puhU nn Ordered Ortlere to Turn Tr Over OverKentacUj Oerlientae1 OverKentucky Kentucky lientae1 3Inor Offices OfHcexFRANKFORT OffieesF OfficesFRANEFORT FRANKFORT F KFORT Ky June 13 13TM The crt Conrtof crtol Coortof of Appeals this morning DIOC1Ila rendered a auatIdag docf docfDemocrats sct scteon eon uatIdag Ia IMt die IMdeR of the theDemocnas theDemocrats Democrats ia 1 Use mi minor aQIcem wee dte dtebond eIktile Is Ischarging charging tile sapsrse4ess bond and andpelttug alldpd1IDg sees seespolling polling the Xcpvhlicnm Reli anteecs eeeen t 8 u teen tIKiItIIe ra wwr wwrto arLb tIIe Lb ces ces U once to t the Bemecntic BemecnticBBTAIT Demecr8iIcIeIW Democradosees sees IeIWThe The ioa e 1 wie6 Is not JII8tTIle aetsd aetsdThe TIle ded nets at relit tile eeasIea er ersts oftwo two sts stsBRYAN govsraesentsBRYAN BRYAN IN CHICAGO Conferencet C fcrenccs of Democratic Leaders Leadersto Lenderto to Ue Held Today TodayCHICAGO Todn TodnCHICAGO TodayCHICAGO CHICAGO inns IS nw W J Bryan ar arrived a arived anivod ¬ rived n ia Chicago today for a eonfaraneo eonfaraneowith NBfeJtlllCorith ceeterpucowith with the national leaders lee ers Colonel Bryan BryanSenator BrylDSeDater Bryanenator Senator S enator Jones ef efArka Arkansas ens National 81 Com ComnUtteeiaan C8amltteemen Goesaitteeman nUtteeiaan n J 7 G Johnson of Kansas City CityCharles CityC Cityharles Charles C C A A Walsh of Iowa C C w C Wet Wetmore Wetmore Wetmore more of St 5 SL Louis Mayer Harrison e eChicago of ofChicago ofChicago Chicago and possibly exKepresentativa exKepresentativaTowne exRepresoBu exRepresoatadroTeane O OTowne Towne Towne of Minnesota are to hold a series seriesof seriesof seriesof of conferences this afternoon at which whichit whichIt whicht it i t is expected that the work of the Kant Kansas K1nmS Kantas ¬ sas s as City Convention will be outlined outlinedTonight outlinedTooight outlinedTonight Tonight Colonel Wetraore and Colonel ColonelBryan ColonelDryaa ColonelBryan Bryan leave for Miaocqua WIs where whereColonel whereColooel whereColonel Colonel Wetmores summer home Is sit situated I1tuated altuated ¬ uated for a week of fishing Mr Towns Tewaeis Tone Toneis is i s expected st t Minocqua Senator Jones in intends IntcD intcnd ¬ tends tcD tcnd to leave tonight for Kansas City Citywhere Citywhfle Citywhere where he will meet the committee of ar arrangements araagerDDt3 arrangements ¬ rangements fer the Convention ConventionPSOGBESS COnve ConventionPROGRESS tion tionPROGRESS PROGRESS OF TEE TTTP CENSUS CE2JSTTSEnumeration CENSUSEnumerntlon CSUSEnumeration Enumeration In Twentyfive of the theDistrict tbeDIitrlctt theDistricts District Now > OYT Complete CompleteWe CompleteWe CompleteWe We are getting along swimmingly wh whthe withthe the census C s in the District ef CoimaMa CoimaMasaid CoiseshinsAId said Harrleen Bfegmn the local Super Supervisor Supervitor Ji r rdEGr ¬ visor this afternoon OD > Alr Alroct Already tW twentyfive twentyfiveoct tyfi90 tyfi90oct oct ef the 145 1 districts have been > C cpoled J JlIted t tpnted poled and aW of the work hen I thiak thiakbeen tlli thiakbees k kbee been well and aeonnteiy don dens I vas vasespecially wssf umoespecially especially f carl in i picking o o out t tile san aauthe sanaerators u umeratGrs aerators for I was 85 very arx2otr Io have avot havethe the work r8l dene cI as correcty orrect y tx poeattlev and aAdI au auI I think the result will show tat I gat t ex excelknt excellet axcelknt celknt materiaL materixLThere materiaLTJaere materiallhere There are several colored eoloc d meta metathe menthe aaeoas aaeoasthe the enumerators anil aD t their work is ep3 ep3cially efP efPdally eapscially cially neat ad accurate accurateMsdmnn aecurataMadman rate rateU Madman U tlnlnn Threatens Ills Family FnmllyEGG Fnmll FnmllEGG FamilyEGG EGG HARBOR CITY K J 1 June J ae 13 13Rudolph 13Rll4lelph 13Rudoiph Rudolph Siegcl forty erty years rs otd a sea et etGeneral ofGeneral t tGeneral General Franz Siegel has DeeR residing reeidtasbere re i4ltBEbere residinglucre bere fer HIRe time OB amount nt of f his bishealth hisMaltlL hishealth health It was apparent that he bewas was men mentally m mentally D Dtally ¬ tally unbalanced but he was considered consideredharmless C la6lderedharmlese coseldocedhammIes harmless Monday 1lo dey night his malady tools teofca a violent turn and he attempted to kill kWhis killhis killhis his wife and two small children and would wouldprobably WOUldpre uethelprabably probably pre ably have succeeded but James Rose Rosea a neighbor notified n Marshal Senft Senft who whocame woocame whocame came to the rescue It took four strong strongmen stroDgmen strungmen men to overpower the madman and whenplaced whenpIscell when whenplaced placed In the city lockup he smashed the thewindows thewlR4 thewindows windows wlR4 ws and all the furniture He was wastaken W3Stakeli wastaken taken to the county Jail yesterday after afternoon aUerilOCD afternoon ¬ noon noonThird ilOCDTlllrtl noonThird Third Narrow Escape from Death DeathWEST DenthWEST DeathWEST WEST COXSHOHOCKEN CO SHOHOCK June 13 13Suspended 13 13Suspended Suspended from the cornice c of a rcof by bytbe bythe bythe the strap on the back of his overalls < JameS JanesWlltbank J JameSWlltbank meJ meJmUbGnk Wlltbank a painter hung for nearly bale balean baItan haltan an hour yesterday He was painting the top topof topof topof of Henry Damsons cottage iirUpper In pl Cr > Mar Marion Merion MarIon ¬ ion when he slid III down the steep roof Two Twomen Twomen Twomen men who were riding by went to the roof roofand roo rooand roofand and hauled him up over the eaves to tosafety tosarety tosafety safety This is the third narrow Dfl JoW escape escapethat escapethet escapethat that Wiltbank wUt has as had since January JanuaryThe JBuary JanuaryThe I IThe The Presidents Callers CallersAmong CnllenAmong CallersAmong Among the Presidents callers at the theWhite theWhite theWhite White House today were exSpeaker Kelt Keifer Kelter Kelter er of Ohio and Senator Bate of Tennessee TennesseeJOO TennosseeOO TennesseelOO JOO OO To Philadelphia and t4Ot t4OtReturn 4OX 4OXRetnrn O ORetnrn Retnrn via Ia PeiinMylvania Railroad RailroadAccoaat Rallrondl RailroadAccount Account CUMJtfc Union l iet aad Festival Tick Tfatets 11 11ds Tickets ets on sale Ie JBO 1 Jose 15 to 21 no goo to return vntil vntilJooe 1II6tJIIIIe natitJuaeSi Jooe JuaeSi at Gan GernYonDlveSOFeet GernYonDlveSOFeetThoee Yon IHve SO Feet Feettmprim t tDIe DIe Thoee tmprim d de at Chesapeake ae enpeske 1e Beach fiey fieyS dsy3diand7pm 1Jc < 338 3diand7pm 3diand7pmPlasterers S e and 7 = p po ra raPln m mPlntt Pln Plntt Plasterers terer rers Attention Xe New ev Price Pricew Pricess Pricessw I w Vi < s CD spruce brtrfock laths at its th ao an4

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