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Republican members are not satisfied wlthi
ip OUTLOOK IN CONGRESS the list of articles relieved of taxation by
the bill, and If too much opposition be-
comes evident when the House convenes
on Monday, the leaders probably will call
SPEEDY VENGEANCE KWANG- SU MAY RETURN.
Chinese Court Said to be Anxious to
ond day, closed In upon the Boer position,
-with the intention of attacldnc next day at
dawn. jThe Boers, however,
ments, Including three guns, made a des-
DUKE DIDN'T MD POLICE
.Only Considered Absolutely
a conference or caucus for the purpose
of adjusting and harmonizing differences.
MLOWSAMDBDEB Go Back, but Li-Hung-Chang perate attack, and severe fighting ensued:
The Boers, who were reptilsed with heavy
On Thursday the Grout Oleomargarine Opposes It. loss, withdrew In a,jiortheasterly direction. Manchester Says He Wajs Well
bill will come up as a special ordor under
LONDON, Dec.3.— "Chang-Chln-Tunghas
Refuses to Receive ^e Boer Gen. Paget, having occupied their posltif«n,
sent mounted Infantry in pursuit.
Necessary to be Passed. a rule made at the last session. It im- Able to Take Care otHirpself.
poses a tax of 10 cents per pound on oleo- Italian Who Stabbed Another Rid- received a dispatch from Slan-Poo," says
Leader at Berlin. The New Zeamnders displayed great gal-
margarine, butterlne, or other manufact- the Shanghai correspondent of The Stand- lantry, losing five out of the six wounded
colored In imitation of Dutter. It dled With Knife Wounds. ard, " directing htaa to stop the forwarding
SHIPPING BILL IS PUT FIRST has strong backing from the dairy inter-
of further supplies to the Pro-vlnce of Shen-
Peteetlves, Capt. ' McClusky EtxplaliM,
ott*. and while it will meet with warm Latter Said to Be Much Dislieartened Lord Roberts Praises " British Pludc"
opposition from the intere.sta that are an- SI. It Is rumored that' Emperor Kwang-Su Were on Hand Owing to Thre^i^enlng
tf.gonlzlng Its passage, when its reaches Friends of Dead Man Were Ostensibly will return to Peking Immediately and
LADTSMITM, Natal, Dec. 2.—Lord Rob-
Talk of Closu re Rule In the Senate Is a vote its passage is regarded as a fore- that the Empress Dowageir will follow If
RuMior Says He Has Been Asked erts, who arrived here on Friday, Inspect- Letters Received from a Crank.
Not 'ractical — Opposition to
gone conclusion. Two days, it Is thought,
will suffice for its consideration.
Taking His Slayer to Jail —Doctors the reception given him is satisfactory.
The Shanghai correspondent of The to Avoid Belgian Territory- ed Majuba and Lalng's Nek while .en route.
Saturday, under a special order made Times also reports that It Is believed In Replying to an address from the towns-
Say He Cannot Live. people here, he exprefBed his admiration of The mystery surrounding the presence of
the Army Bill. last session, will be devoted to eulogies on well-Informed circles that the Chinese London Press Exults.
the life, character, and public services of Court Is anxious to returp to Peking, but the gallant defense of the town, which he the detectives who met the Duke of Man-
the late Representative Harmer of Penn- he says that such a course would not be characterized as a " glorious memorial of •
chester on his arrival here with his Amerl-
The Nrw York Times. E.vlvania, who for several yet.rs enjoyed
HACKENSACK, N. J.. Dec 2.—Quick
agreeable td Ll-Hung-Chang, who hopes British pluck and endurance, only equaled
vengeance was taken upon a murderer BERLIN, Dec 2.—Mr. Krflger has aban- ty the determination and bravery of the can bride,' on Saturday evenlng.rand ee-
the distinction of being the member hold- to gain an advantage from dissensions
WASHINIgTON. Dec. 2.—There are few ing the record for longest continuous serv- here to-night, and it Is probable that he among the powers. doned his i)roposed visit to Berlin, owlnjj lelleving force." He said ho trusted the corted him from the steamship pt. Loula
ice, and therefore entitled to the sobriquet
day was not far distant when peace would to the Holland House, was finally cleared
indJcatlons here to-day that the Congress Is win follow his victim to the grave •within the receipt of an official intimation that
to' reign supreme and " -without ill-feeling
" Father of the House.'-'
to reassemble to-morrow. At the hotels
a day or two, if liot within a few hours. EXPECT CH INESE A GBEEIWENT. Emperor William regrets that. In conse- toward a conquered foe." Lord Roberts
away yesterday. Chief of Detectives Mc-
there Is scarcely more than the usual num- THE SENATE PROGRAMME. Meanwhile four men anf two witnesses are quence of previous arrangements, he and the surrounding bat-
-visited Colenso Clusky, who, with his twosubordlrjates, had
Itleflelds. refused Saturday to throw any Iteht ui>on
ber of familiar faces, and only at the Nor- The Senate will be called to order at 12 detained pending further Investigation, and Washingtpn Officials Believe Powers will be tmable to receive him. The Boer
mandle, where Speaker Henderson lives, o'clock to-morrow. Senator Allison will the four may have to stand trial for the statesman wJU, therefore, proceed direct their part in the case, except sudh as was
and where he has been called upon by
Soon Will Rea^ Common TURKEY ORDERS A CRUISER. afforded by the uncertain and baffling rays
make the announcement of the death of his murder of the murderer. It was a lynching from Cologne to Holland. He telegraphed
many of the Republican members who have colleague Senator Gear, and there Is hope almost Four times the points of knives Ground for Demands. to this effect this afternoon. of their dark-lantern explanations, ^aa
reached the city, has there been anything that Senator Nelson may arrive in time pierced the murder.er's lungs, and his face WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.—Administration The Emperor's Intimation was conveyed Price of £350,000JSaid to Include £23,- more frank and communicative, jhe Chief
like a considerable flocking of statesmen to perlorm similar service concerning Sen- and back and neck are literally full of officials aie sanguine that the Ministers to Mr. Krtiger by the German eijvoy at was seen at his residence, 233 Sevr
and The Capitol records show
politicians. ator Davis. These announcements will be holes where the Infuriated friends of the of the powers at Peking will soon reach a Luxembourg, who arrived at Cologne to-
000 Indemnity to This Country- entieth Street. He abandoned ill air of
that about half the Senate was In town preceded by the ceremony of swearing In murdered man wreaked their vengeance. common ground of agreement in the de- day. Cramps Make Contract. mystery, and told a plain story o^ the part
yesterday, at noon, and not half the raem- the new members, who this year are Mr. The dead man Is Frank Tuscanl. who mands to bi made upon the Chinese im- The Cologne Gazette, In an inspired artl- which he and his men had played.1 He said:
bera of the House. It is evident that most Dolllver, who has been appointed to suc- lived on Huyler Street. In one of the Ital-
perial Go^rnment In satisfaction for the
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec 2.-Ha8san "Detectives Vallely and Strip^ went to
of the members feel that there Is no urgent ceed Senator Gear, and Mr. Dillingham, Boxer buffs^es. " Mr. Krtlger's visit Is not agreeable to Pasha, Ottoman Minister of Marine, and the steamer and accompanied th^ Duke to
ian settlements of the town. The man who
'neces.oity for arriving here in advance of who takes, the place formerly occupied by The State Depar.tment is In communica- the hotel because Mr. Zlmmeiiman. the
John Gambola of Cherry Hill.
is dyiilg Is Germany, his aim being to obtain interven- Gen. 'Williams, ^representing the Cramp
the day of reassembling. tion with the Ministers and Ambassadors Duchess's father, had placed in Uy bands
Senator Ross of VeTmont. and the appoint- Gambola and his brothers, James and ,
tion In South Africa. It would be a grave
Among ment of the usi^al committees to wait upon of the United States to the European Shipbuilding Company of Philadelphia, have two. letters—one written last Thttrsday and
those members who have been Solomon, came to Hackensack this after- Apolitical mistake. It would be even a great
here for a few days the only topic of con- the President and the House of Repre- Courts and advices which have come from signed a contract for the construction of a the other Friday, and both In the same
noon to visit friends on Huyler Street.
them from time to time lead the officials crime, to allow hlra to entertain even a
versation the order of busines.s, and
la sentatives. There were about a dozen persons in the spark of hope that Germany will render cruiser for the Ottoman Navy. handwriting— In which Cho^Jkrltek- asserted
about this there is general agreement that here to hope that the powers will be his Intention
Mr. Frye expects to get up the Shipping party, and the afternoon was spent In him any practical support." The price to be paid is f330.000, which In- of being prSSent .when the
brought to the position maintained by the Duke and
It will Include only those measures abso- Subsidy bill on Tuesday, and If not on that drinking wine.- During the evening a quaj--
This declaration Is accompanied with re- cludes £23,000 as Indemnity to the United
his bride arrived, a^id rotten-
lutely necessary to be passed. By common dc.y, then on Wednesday, and in doing this United States In dealing with the Chinese, -«gglng his Grace.
to have, tho Spooner Philippine Dill dis- rel arose' over some question connected
viz., that there should not be demands
prodfches. Mr. Krilger being charged with The letteits bore a
agreement the programme is to Include the States for tosses sustained by Americans BrooklyTi postmark, and were In a mas-
placed. This will be th,e beginning of the with a horse deaL " having encouraged a useless guerrilla
Bhip Subsidy bill, the Nicaragua Canal bill, made upon the Imperial Government which during the Armenian massacres. culine hand."
important work of the session, and upon The men In the room seem to have bei n It Is not able to fulfill. The Government warfare and having disregarded Germany's .
the Army bill, the bill to reduce the war the success or failure of the plan may de- has persistently held to this view In the advice when he might still have followed " Did the writer say why he Intended
pend much of the future course of proceed- engaged In a free fight when Gambola Capt. C. M. Chester of the United States to
taxes, and the bill to reapportion the Con- ings for the entire session. drew a knife and twice drove it Into Tus-
progress of tke negotiations between the rotten egg the Duke? "
Ministers at Peeking, and if the principle It." battleship Kentucky, with a number of " Yes. He said that the Duki had
gressional representation. In order to accomplish this result It will canl's neck. The wouifded man staggered of this contention can be maintained In the cap-
The Ship Subsidy be nQ|:&ssary, ^first, to get the consent of combined note to be handed to the Chi- officers of the battleship, is expected here. tured an American girl with milUona, hrbo
has been put inbill out into the yard, where he fell dead.
first place by those who have taljted with
the Republican Commntee on Order of nese Plenipotentiaries a decided advantage LONDON, Deo. 3.—All the London morn- He will probably remain a few days. properly belonged to an American, and he
Busla«gs, and to this end a meeting of The stabbing had cajmed the fighters and will be had at the start. ing papers comment with unbounded en-
Senator Hanna since his arrival yesterday that loJwnlttee will be held after the ad- sobered theri, too. Crambola had not made The attitude of the Government on this thusiasm upon 'the abrupt snub adminis- purposed discouraging foreigner^ from runi
and his meeting with the leading advo- journment of the Senate Monday after- subject has been made clear to Mr. Con- ning away with American helrteses. The
cates of a subsidy measure. Senator
noon, Mr. Frye said to-day that he al- any effort to escape at first, but when it
ger. The meeting between him and the tered by Emperor William to Mr. Krilger, MORE FILIPINOS SURRENDER. statement that the two detectives were
ready had conferred with a majority of was found his victim was dead he and his iJerTian and British Ministers yesteiday at which Is all the more notlceaMe when con-
Hanna Is characteristically enthusaistic In the members of that committee and that brothers tried to get away. They were Peking presumably was In compliance with trasted with the Boer statesman's con- sent as a sort of a guard of hopdr fo;' the
his support of the bill, and says that it he felt assured he would have no diffi- the Minister's latest Instructions from One Thousand Bolomen Give Up Their Duke was ridiculous. We furnish
speedily overpowered, for the figlit had at- dofi't
will pass. But he is aware that there is
culty In securing assent to the proposed Washington. Nothing has been heard from cededly successful visit to France. The Arms to Capt. Green at VIgan. guards of honor for Dukes or ai^body else.
change. tracted a crowd of Italians. The proceed- Mr. Conger by the State Department for snub Is regarded as further evidence of the
opposition to It. The trouble l.«." the
Thus far there has been no consultation ings following the effort to escape appear several days. But it is our business to s^ tHat there la
Senator says. " that tfie word subsidy with Democratic Senators, but the friends better relations existing between Great MANILA, Dec 3.—One thousand more no infraction of the law, 'and as hurling
of the Shipping bill do not look for much to have been most deliberate, and It Is be- Britain and Germany.
frightens a great many people, and they lieved the friends ff Tuscan! planned that CHINESE FORIVT" MILITIA. Bolomen have surrendered, to Capt. Green eggs at the Duke would have been an In-
opposition to the taking up of. the bill from Emperor 'WiUiam's telegram to the Ger-
V are against the bill without knowing the
vast amount of benefit It will bestow on
that source. A motlen to take up the
measure is not debatable, under the Sen-
Gambola should never reach the jail alive.
Men well known In the Italian colony took British Approve Punitive Expeditions
man envoy at Luxembourg was the out- of the Thirty-third United States Infantry
at 'Vigan, Island of Luzon.
fraction of the law, the two det^tlves were
sent with Mr. Zimmerman to see that the
ate rules, and they are" confident of a ma- come of a dispatch which Mr. Krilger sent
the country." But Representative Burton,
who lives in and represents the very dis-
jority on a vole if a roil call should be de- charge of him. and announced that they —
Hart Defends Chinese. to the Kaiser on arriving at the German
law was not broken, or at least If It was,
that the offender was arrested.
manded. It is probable that a friendly w;6uld take him to the jail. No alarm had LONDON, Dec 3.—" Count von 'VValder- frontier: |
trict from which Mr. Hanna come.s, Is re- arrangement wiU be made with Senator " Have you any idea who wri>te the let-
ferred to every day as one of the Repub- Morgan, w/io has the Nicaragua Canal blli as yet-reached the^uthorltles. It is said see expresses some
solicitude," says the " On reaching German soil I hasten to KILLED ON HIS F ffiST DAY. ters? " I
in dfiarge, that bill being on the calendar that after Gambola -»as led away other Peking correspondent of The Moriiing Post, express to your Majesty my sentiments
licans who are opposed to the bill on prin- us a special order for Dec. lU. " concerning expeditions Into the surround- " None In the world. But. of course, It
men of the local colony detained all wl)o of respectful devotion and cordial sym- Guard Powell Fell from an Elevated
ciple, on the ground that It favors a few Tliere is some talk of an effort during was a crank. They wereVeally dulte funny.
the week tp get up the Hay-Pauncefote sought to follow. Gambola was taken soma ing country, but he believes that they are
rathy." Train and Was Ground to Death. The fellow described In detail the charac-
at the expense of the many.
treaty In e.\ecutive session, but there is as distance through the streets In the direc- necessary and salutary. Most of the Brit- The official explanation offered through ter of the eggs he had in stire for the
The friends of the Ship Subsidy bill from programme A J. H. Powell, Jr.. G^brd l.OM, was ground
yet no definite to this end. tion of the jail, but not by the most direct ish officers approve them. Duke. If the eggs were as anbient as he
New York, representing the Merchants' movement on foot now to secure the
is the German press is that steps had not to' death by a Second Avenue elevated Claimed they were, and he Ijad thrown
and most public way. Then In a lonely " Sir Robert Hart, In the course of con-
Association, have learned something of assent of the Committee on Foreign Rela- been taken to ascertain whether Mr. road train at Nineteenth Street and"^Mrst them. I think It would have been a case
tions to the abandonment of the Davis spot he was stabbed again and again. versation, said he considereij the resent- Krviger's visit would be agreeable. for the Beard of Health as well as for the
the character of the opposition that tHe bill amendment to the treaty for the fortifica- ment against foreigners to be partly Just Avenue, just after last midnight. The body
Gamboia's agonized shrieks brought peo- The Boer delegates admit that they have police I did not seriously exp(^ct that the
Is likely to encounter, and unconsciously tion of the proposed canal. and the outgrowth of the last sixty years -was so wedged In under the wheels of the threatened outrage would h» comnrltted.
The usual custom of adjourning over ple promptly to the spot from all directions, of treaty relations.He seemed to think the received a serious check, and Mr. Krilger
perhaps are contributing to tlie opposition engine that It was necessary to send for a but then you cannot always tell what
from Tiiursday to the following Monday but his assailants had already disappeared. settlement would be a difficult problem. Is said to be extremely i^sheartened. wrecking train to get it out. This blocked cranks will do, and I thought it best to be
by opposing the policy urged until very re- during the first weeks of the session prob- "Chinese military forces are being formed on the safe side."
cently by the Bureau of Navigation. Two ably will be departed from this session.
He begged to be taken to the jail, and not everywhere and, even if .the importation of There is a rumor that he has been re- the_ south roadway service. It is thought " What did you do with the letters? "
representatives of the -Merchants' Asso- That is the desire, of the Republican lead- killed there oh the street. The men who foreign arms is prohibited, a [supply will be quested to avoid Belgian territory.
ciation appear to-day In a letter to a local he fell from the train ahead of the one that "I have them still. They iare in mjr
ers nov/ here, and they say there probably came to his aid, none of them Italians, easily obtaiiiable from Chinese arsenals. office,"
newspaper as opposing any bill that in- win be no such adjournment this week. " Abody of 100 American Cavalrymen Is killed him.
tends to promote the merchant marine by hurried him there. Ife was bB.U. and \^ Several newspaper men sent a card up
granting free registry to foreign-built ships half carried Into the office ol SnePlfx van
escorting some Chinese officials to "Tlen-
FRANCE CONDEMNS THE KAISER George Simmons of 654 East One Hundred to the 9ake gt Manchester at the Holland
House, at S o'clock last night, land he re-
while bounties oriother gratuities are ex- and Forty-fifth Street, the engineer of the
MORE GOLD. PARIS, Dec 3.—Emperor
tended to home-built 'ships. Commissioner IN ALASKA. Busklrk. TIEN-TSIN, Dec. 2.—The iJumber of Chi- 'William's re-
train, saw the form of a maji on the track.
ceived them readllv. , One of his visitors,
Dr. •Conrad, who wa? sifinmotied, did what nese returning has beer -considerably aug- fusal receive Mr. Krtiger has caused
to who. thought it well to start tie. interview
of Navigation- Chamberlain has directed mented during the last few days. Appar- He eonld not istop the trat||, vhloli passed
attention repeatedly, in his reports tor the Rich Quartz Ledge Uncovered in t)ie he could to stay the flow of blood from the general surprise here. Most of the morn- by easy stages, said: "
ently they are friendly. "How did yon spend the momjing? "
Bureau of Navigation, to the fact that, of
all the maritime powers,, the United States
Atlln District —Copper Mining wounds, and then removed Gambola to the
The Provosts Marshal of the various na-
tions are being daily inforihed as to the
ing papers make It an excuse for articles
sympathizing with the Boer statesman or
over the man on
the tracks. The engineer
blew his whistle as a call for the police,
" Being Inten-iewed," respoi/l^d the Duke.
" And the afternoon?"
Is the only one that does not permit its Force Doubled. hospital, to which In the mean tlrhe a num-
whereabouts of returning Bdxers, but only condemning the Kaiser. and Patrolman George Hoefer answered. " Being interviewed."
citizens to buy ships .n foreign countrlc."
TACOMA, Washington, Dec. 2.— Excellent ber of physicians had been summoned at those are arrested against whom there is " Have you anything special tin
at the same time that it offers inducements conclusive evidence of having killed native " The Kaiser Is no longer a modern Lo- The body of a man could be seen "under the "
his suggestion. They agreed that his con- this evening?
to domestic ship builders and ship owners mining reports continue to come from Christians. * engine'. On the tracks. Cose by. was the " Well, if I can get off being interviewed '
to extend their investments in ships and dition was hopeless. hengrin," says the Echo de Paris, " but a
richest quartz ledge, ever cap of an elevated road guard. It bore the long enough T expect to have dinner."^
Irelght-carrylng on the high seas. In the meantime Sheriff Van Buskirk had simple disciple of Bismarck. His attitude' number *; I
Senator Kama's talk about the Ship found in the Atlln district has been uncov- TRANSFER OF THE RArLROAD. is dictated by the Interests of Germany,
At the company's offices It was learned All this was said in the best of humor.
Subsidy bill has led to discussion of the ered in the Gleaner group, on Taku Arm. acted promptly.
several depu-He aroused
LONDON, Dec. 3.—According to the St which he considers identical with those of that Guard No. 1.053, named Powell, was
of the newspaper men took ^1
possible hostile attitude of Senator Pettl- David Von Cramer his reached Skagway ties and swore In other citizens to aid him Petersburg correspondent of The Daily a new man. who had been put on the road • You have received Chief McCluslfy's
Krew. and the Intimation that his opposi- England.".
with samples of the ore in which free gold^^ and began an Investigation.. The little po- only yesterday. It is understood that he
Mall, Prince Ukhtomsky, now in Peking, explanation of the presence of !the two de-
tion to the bill might provoke tlie adop- /.f Some of the papers publish the Kaiser's was on the train that passed the Nine-
tion of a closure rule In the Senate. If is very plentiful. He says the ledge Is 18 lice force also lent aid. The investigation was commissioned to negotiate with Ll- (famous telegram of 1896 to Mr. Krilger side teenth Street station a few minutes be-
" Oh, yes. He had two letters from some
that Is really Intended. It will be safe to feet wide and that it contains a streak of was at first as barren of result as most in- fore 12.
assert that there will bono shipping bill, Hung-Chang for the transfer of the control Dy side with that of yesterday. crank over in Brooklyn, who wrote that he
wonderfully rich ore. Two and one-half vestigations of such things among Italians of the Shan-Hal-Kwan Railroad to Russi^ Several guards Identified the bodv, after v.as opposed to any blarsted Britishers com-
and possibly no Nicaragua Canal blil. The Intransigeant and other Nationalist it had been taken out. The wrecking crew
passed during the ses.sion. An effort to ounces from this streak were pounded In a are. It was not until the Sheriff and his Bpent some time In jacking up the engine.
ing over here and marrying American girls
change the rules of the Senate so as ao mortar, yeiiding nearlyl $1.50 in gold. The men came upon Gamboia's brothers looking TIEN-TSIN, Dec, -Russia, It is under- 2. organs comment with their customary vio-
The body was not as badly mangled as was
who were good catches. He said they were
shut off debate whenever the friends of a stood here, will transfer the Shan-Hal- lence. robbing young Americans of a .good thing,
bin have become anxious to have It passed
owners declare that half a ton of picked for him that they began to get an idea of Kwan Railroad to the Germans Dec. 15.
thought. The body was removed to -the don't you know. Of course. If f had known
what had taken place. East Twenty-second Street Station House, about It I would never have advised having
may con.sume as much time in talk as an ore will yield over $12,000.
When the men were told of the fate of
The first locomotive since the siege of CROWDS AT KRUEGER'S HOTEL. detectives on hand. T don't gor ih for that
attempt todays a bil!. .\ny effort to make A. G. Preston of White Horse brings news the legations ran yesterday from Tien-Tsln
The line will not be opened, sort of thing. If I had had my way I would
thiSj Important change in the Senate rules that the number of men at work on the their brother they became furious and to Peking. He Speaks of Close Relationship Be- WESTERN M ONTE CA RLO OPENS have ridden uptown in an opfen carriage,
would be regarded here by old observeis as talked. They were detained as witnesses. however, for general use until about
a practical abandonment of disputed legis- cr.ppcr mines- has been doubled since the Dec. l.j. tween Boers and Germans. and rf any oran'K wanted to n^ake trouble
Upon their assertions four arrests were for me T think T would have been quito
lative pro|iositlons. completion of the railroad to White Horse. COLOGNE, Dec -2. —Thousands of people Mammoth Gambling Place Run by Chl- equal for him: or for two of thjem, for that
As for the Nicaragua Canal bill, it Is al- made. The prisot\ers were hustled Into jail
most certain that ts passage will follow
The ore of the district Is very rich, and and locked in Isolated cells, and ext)fa PEKING OBSERVATORY LOOTED. waited to-day in the vicinity of the Cathed- cagoans Is Surrounded by a Stock- matter. I have been trained li^ a pugilistic
there seems to be no end to It. guards detailed to see that they did not .
school, you know, and feel rjulfie capable of
rather than precede the ratillcation of the ral Hotel to catch a glimpse of Mr. KrOger, taking care of my.=elf anywhere, or under
Ka.v-Pauncefote agreement modifying the The belt, so far discovered. Is about four- escape. French and Germans Remove Instru- ade and Guarjjed by Dogs.
The Sheriff and his deputies then set who, when replying to the deputation of anv circumstanre.«."
Clayton-Bulwer tr '-Uy.
The Army bill prbml.'es to confuse the
teen miles long by two miles wide, and
«qually rich ore is found in all parts of
out to seek the other men concerned. The
Sheriff made no entry of the prisoners he
ments Otl^pr Powers Protest. Bonn studerffe In the afternoon, described
Special to The New Vor!: Times. "Butit Is rather difficult Id counter on
an egg." some one suggested.
House, and the attitude of opposition of LONDON, Dec. 3.—'Dr. Morrison,'' wiring the educational progress of the Transvaal, CHICAGO, Dec. 2.—The new Monte Carlo, " So it is." said the Duke. " l)ut T guess I
the staff of the army to any bill that ap- the belt. The assays run as high as 72 had arrested up to midnight. Guards were thanked the students for their kind wel- near RIchton, was opened fof buslnees yes-
set at all the railroad stations with orders to The Times from Peking, says: could have ducked all right. At least T
pears to infringe upon their traditional per cent, copper, $20 In gold, and Xi to " In pursuance of their regrettable policy
come, and shook hands with each. terday by the gambling trust. " Tom-" would have made the fellow \fho thrfew It
rights and prlvHeges may compel the ac- to detain every Italian trying to leave Afterward Mr. Kriiger appeared upon the
1.5 ounces in sliver. Several mines. In- by train, and officers were sent to the McGlnnls entered a stockade surrounding Kbrrv ho had done so. If I catjght up with
ceptance of some comnromLso like that
cluding the Copper King and War Eagle, of appropriation, the Frfench and German balcony, where he was loudly cheered from Wm."
suggested by Messrs. Slayden and Hav, terminus of the trolley line to arrest any below. Having rested for half an hour I
will ship ore this AVinter, sending it by who tried to depart in- that manner. Generals, with Count von 'Waldersee's ap- the big pool room near the Illinois Central " What is your Idea of the Ifuss Fannie
Democratic members of the Military Corn- sleds to the railroad. he went into the vestibule of the hotel, Ward Lewis Is making o\'er Jyour taking
mlttee, extending the present
status for Other officers have gone to Cherry Hill, proval, have removed from the wall of Pe- which was crowded with visitors. Here, re- Railroad tracks end chained up a half "
The official report of the Treadwell Mine as they received information that Gam- her jewels to Ireland by mistake?
the army for three years. The present king the superb astronomical Instruments plying to a deputation from the Pan-Ger- dozen vicious dogs. Harry Perry and " Well, really you know. T ckn't see any
Congress cannot provide for the army for at Juneau for the year ended May 31 shows boia's friends, other than Ills brothers,
that during the year bullion was sold to after getting away from the friends of Tus- erected two centuries afo by the Jesuit man League, wishing him success, he re- James O'Leary lugged a forty-flve-thou- other purpose she can have tnan to get a
that period, but the Democrats assume ferred to the close relationship between good advertisement pr<'vious tp her return
that the Republicans will .see to that part the amount of $1,153,368. The year's work- canii had started for that place to cret away Fathers. Half of them will go to Berlin sand-dollar bank roll Into the building. Be-
ing profit was $(i73,IX)l, and four dividends the Boers and the Germans. to the stage. I know the Lewises very well.
of fhe business In the next Congress. from the trouble. The Sheriff's men have and the rest to' Paris. It is expected that Mr. Krtiger will re- hind them came 100 clerlts, telegraph'oper-
From the Committee on the Twelfth were paid amounting to $300,000, or 6 per the names of several of the Cherry Hill Thev are verv nice people. I psed to visit
cent, upon the capital stock. The average Itallaria whom they expect to get as wit-
" The explanation of this act of vandalism main' here until 'Wednesday. ators, bartenders, and waiters. theiii a good deal. During thp Summer I
Census comes the intimatfen that the Ap- had a house on the Thames calltd Blshopla '
portionment bill will be but a report fixing expense was a trltle more than 30 cents per nesses. is that Inastnuch as the return of the Court Two special trains carried 1,500 men to
a ratio that will not deprive any States ex- ton, leaving a net working profit of $1.20 It is said that fully a dozen arrests are is so Improbable, such beautiful instru- DENOUNCES BRITISH METHODS. Farm." and they had a place ^bout a half
the mammoth poolroom. Not one i of the mile below me. They used tp give Jolly
cept possibly Kansas and Nebraska of per ton. The ore now In sight Is esti- likely to take pl^ce among the Hacken-
members with no effort to deprive the mated at over 4,000,000 tons. sack Italians, 'ffhe Sheriff says he has rea- ments should not be exposed to the possi- 1,500 appeared to fear a raid. The big parties, and I used to xun Idown there
bilities of Injury when Peking la no longer Ex-Treasurer of Cape Colony Urges everv once In a while. But I haven't seen
Southern States of representation on the A letter from Cook Inlet states that the son to believe that those who remained at
the capital." building Is bounded on three sides by a either Mrs. Lewis or Mr. t..ewjls since the
ground that voters in that section are de- richest placers known in that district were the house had' a. full understanding with Afrikanders to Speak Boldly In cornfield, and on the fouryi by the railroad latter part of the Summer."
prived of the right of suffrage. The lack I'liui.d last month. "-Jack " Sutton took those who accompanied the murderer, .and J
" Is It true that they did notffy the Scot-
of time for discussion of a proposition to from his Canyon Creek claim gravel giving he wants to arrest them. TIEN-TSIN, Dec. 2.—Protests and re- Upholding Their Rights. track. It stands on an elevation command-
t4u per pan. Two men working a lay on It is the general belief that the men who quests have been forwarded to Field Mar- land Yard detectives about the' loss of Mrs.
redifce representation for that reason will
shal Count von Waldersee by the repre-
CAPE TO'WN, Dec. 2.—Replying at Stel- ing a view of the -surrounding country for Lewis's jewels aiid have Miss iE\'uns. your
be given for maklne the aoportionment Lyn.x Creek cut through a bar averaging were the actual assailants of Gambola are Cape Colony, to an address pre- miles. The only entrance to the high stock-
$-0 per day per man. in two weeks they not yet under arrest. When asked who the sentatives of the powers, urgSng the pre- lenbosch. wife's aunt, shadowed?
•trictiy upon a population basl$. " Oh. yes. indeed. The detecth'es followed
took out about $1,5<X) worth of gold. prisoners were. Sheriff Van Busklrk re- vention of tile removal of astronomical in- sented to him by the leaders of the Afri- ade Is through a <»vered gate. Every per-
These strikes have caused great excite- plied he had not had time to ascertain struments from the observatory at Peking. Miss Evans to Paris."
kander Bund, J. X. Merriinan, ex-Treas- son passing through this gate must stand Weren't they on the point of arresting
PROGRAMME OF CONGRESS. ment Two weeks ago mining operations In definitely. Most of the principal Instruments have urer of Cape Colony. In the course of an the inspection of several employes who
the district were suspended for the Winter. Little has been learned .concerning the been prepared for shipment and labeled her?
A rich strike has been made on the Monte men Involved in the affair. Tuscanl Is said for Berlin or tor Paris. Irripassloned speech, denounc«l the war in have a wide acquaintance among officers " I don't know about that, I sure. am
Thev didn't arrest her."
Important Measure Ready to be Taken Carlo, Index District, Washington, At a to have been a popular and leading man The Chinese themselves do not protest South Africa as " one of the blackest spots of the law. Persons who are not wanted
becatise, as members of Li-Hung-Chang's Tlie Duke -was asked how long he ex-
Up at Once Little to be — depth of 320 feet the tunnel encountered a among the local Italians, while Gambola
vein of gray copper, yielding values of was well known In Cherry Hill and also In staf; put It, their objections would be use- in British annals." are refused aomlsslon. .
. pected to remain In New York,
" I believe the original proflpramme was
nearly $100 per ton In gold and sliver. this place. less,, as Vfhatever they say or do In the way The present methods of British warfare, The bettors found everything to their llk-
Done To-day. of protest only elicits uncivil treatment. for us to loaVe Wednesday, but I should
he said, were such as encouraged the worst Ihg. The odds are placed on Immense black- like to remain over until Saturday.' he
The observatory is universally recognized
"W^ASHINGTON, Dec. 2.— Beyond
probable reading of the President's message
the EEFUSES TO WOEK ON SUNDAY. eauway peofits in Michigan as one of the most Interesting sights In elements on both sides, and were bound to boards, "Telegraph operators call the odds
and positions of the horses throughout the
said. " I am verj- much Interested, In the
performance to be giv^n by the Strollers'
Peking. Most of the Instruments now out 'prove fatal to the ultimate peace of the races, and at the five cashiers' windows the
no business of Importance will be done In of place are over 150 years old. Maluy of country. He declared that neither he nor Clul>— 'The Cruise of the /Jummler Girl' they
Chlcaeo Policeman Resigns Because The Earnings for 1900 °WIII Probably ticket writer urges the meii to play their call it— Friday night. I' went to the Wal-
Congress Monday, both houses adjourning them are magnificent bronzes, and, al- J. W. Sauer, ex-Commlssioner of Public money.
He Cannot Attend Chnrcli. Exceed Those of Last Year. though not of modern type, can still be Works, would attend the Worcester Con- dorf this afternoon to alfteind the rer
out of respect to the memor.v of Senators y Between the structure and the stockades hearsal."
Special to The New York Times. Special to The New York Times. used for the purposes of astronomical ob- gress, lest it should be said that the Con- are two cottages, four dog-houses and out- " If you remain will you take jjart in- the ;
Gear and Davis, and Representatives Daly 4 servation. gress was engineered by politicians, and he buildings. In event of a Sherlfrs posse
and Hoffecker, whose deaths will be an- CHICAGO, Dec. 2.— Edward S. Luez, one LANSING, Mich., Dec. 2.—At the begin- appealed to all Afrikanders to speak, boldly performance? ^ 1
visiting the modern Monte Carlo, the Great " They wanted me to sing a song, hot I
nounced. of the policemen recently appointed, has ning of the present year Michigan rail- Brig. Gen. Wilson Arrives, when upholding their rights, and yet to Dane dogs can be turned loose and counted am through with that sort of thing now."
" avoid wild language or actions which
The Army Reorganization bill will be re- resigned. He was placed on trial at the road earnings reached the hlghwater mark, on to repel any ordinary attack. The sup- Some one referred to the f|ict that the
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec, 2.-Brlg, Gen. might lead to the abrogation of the last ply of vicious dogs win be added to as Duke was looking stronger and more robust
ported prolJably on Tuesday and will be Kensington Police Station, but when he but the earnings from month to month James H. 'Wilson, who arrived here yes- vestige of freedom." fast as O'Leary Is able to purchase the^p.
learned that he would have. to work on have Increased over the corresponding Mr. Sauer, whose speech was rather more than when he va^ here before.
taken up at once Onless. after further con- terday from China on the transport He is offering fabulous prices for such as " T am In fine trim now." he said. " I
Sunday and would be unable to attend de- months of last year until now Commis- militant, demanded the removal of Sir are being delivered to him at his saloon
euitatlon, it Is decided to let the Legisla- Thomas, will leave for 'Washington Tues- Alfred Mtlner, whom he described as " vio- could go Into the ring at 20.'? pounds, and
votional services, he handed In his resigna- sioner Osborn Is confident that this year's near the stockyards. as for my muscle. Just feel th»t.':
tive. Executive, and Judicial Appropriation tion. To-morrow he will return to his earnings will break all records, exceeding day to report to the 'War Department. Gen. lently anti-Dutch." He declared that If He put out his arm. It was «s big around
bill, which also will be ready on Tuesd.iy former position In the service of a foundry Wilson is accompanied by Lieut. G. S. Tur- Great Britain deprived the two republics as a prireflehter's. and the muscle was al-
even those of the World's Fair year. of their Independence she would lose the CLAIMS PAET OF MILWATJZEE.
go ahead of it." The Democrats will cau- company. The freight business is far beyond the ner of the Tenth Infantry, who was one of most as hard as Iron.
affection of all South Africans. Referring " Some one was telling me to-day," he
cus on the Monday. capacity of the roads to handle with any the two American Military Attaches who
bill on, to the Worcester Congress, he urged the said laughing. " that they eat hot mince
The bill to reduce the war revenue taxes WOLVES ATTACK MOURNERS. degree of promptness, while the passenger
business )s also unusually heavy.
accompanied 'the Pao-tlng-Foo expedition, delegates to show firmness. Title to Ninety Acres In tine City <tnea-
pie for breakfast out in CliJclBtiatl. I don't
Lieut Turner says the expedition had a tionedEjectment Snita.
has been practically completed by the Re- In October the companies earned $3,518,- good moral effect. know whether T am trained down fine
publican members of the Ways and Means Fierce Battle at a Grave in Minnesota 602, the Incre.ase over October, 1899, being SAYS BOERS HAVE 7,000 MEN. Nra York Times.
Special to The enough to stand that or not. t guess I will
Before They Are Driven Off. S169,6.">9. A total of $32,641,816 was earned
MILWAUKEE. DeC. 2.—Tho tlUe to prop- have to put on a few finishing touches, so
Committee, and it will be submitted to tho to Nov. 1, this being an Increase over the TBOLLEYS IN LABCHMONT. But Mr. Churchill Thinks British Should to-roorrow I will begin on hasp."
full committee on Tuesday,, unie.ss in, tho SpecialThe l^ew York Times.
to first ten months of last year of $2,991,784. erty to the value of $1,000,000, located In the With this parting piece ofi humor, the
meantime a caucus of the Republicans BEMIDJI. Minn., Dec. 2.— small party A Send 20,000 Regulars to Africa. northwest part of the city, has been put In Duke excused himself and wen^ to dinner.
CZAR CONTINUES TO IMPROVE. Smaptnonalr Fitted Cars Supplied to
should be found advisable. Some of th'j of settlers was attacked by a pack, 'of Pacify tlie Oppoaftlon. QUEENSTOWN, Dec. 2.—Winston Spen- question by ejectment suits just Instituted
wolves while engaged In burying a child Special to The New Yo^k Timts. cer Churchill, who is a passenger on the by Mtss Annie Brown of Chicago. BOTTOHT CONUECTKnit BONUS.
Appetite Returning and Strength
Is Cunard Line steamship Lucanla, which left
TO-DAY. near Roseau, fifty miles north of here, yes-
terday afternoon. Just as the body was Gradually Increasing. LARCHMONT, N. T., Dec. 2.—The Larch-
Lfverpool yesterday for New York, said in
The property, consisting of ninety acres,
was originally owned by Samtiel Brown, state Trenatirrr Caed Part! of Snrplaa
iiiont Railway Company has decided to to Rednce Debt,
being lowered Into the grave a pack of LI-yADIA. European Russia, Dec. 2.—The the course of an interview here that his
who settled on It in 1828.
abandon its old horse cars; which hav^ been sojourn In the JJnlted States would be
TWELVE PAGES, wolves burst from the underbrush sur-
rounding the cemetery. The leader of the
following bulletin regarding the condition
of Emperor Nicholas was Issued' to-day:
running for ten years, and this week will short, as he must hurry back to bis Par-
He died in 1875. leaving the property to
his widow, Clarissa Brown, and at her
Special to The NrtFYork ftmes.
NEW HAVEN. Dec. 2.-Btate Treasurer
substitute electric caris In their places. The When questioned regarding the war In
pack, a gigantic brute, made a dash Into " The Czar passed a very good day yes-
wealthy people who inhabit Larchmont death it was to go to tbe children. Mrs. C. S.Mersick yesterday conclt^jded the pur-
WnH FIKAKCIAL REYIEW South Africa, he said he agreed with Lord
the party of mourners, and bit Axel John- terday, and slept very well last night. His have had such a deep prejudice against the Roberts that 20,p00 more regulars should be Brown, however, was given authority to chase of $1,000,000 bonds of the State of
son through the fleshy part of the left leg. Majesty's condition this morning Js very sent out, because any slackening would or dispose of the property as she saw Connecticut that mature In January, 1903.
m QDOTATION SOPPLEMEHT. This attack emboldened the rest of the
animals, and they came to the aid <ft their
satisfactory. Kls appetite is returning, and
his strength gradually Increasing Last-
evening his temperature w.ts !)7:U and his
trolley, that President Charles Singer, In
order to pacify them,~-i)as purchased the
most expensive cars invthe market for tise
only revive the spirits of the Boers. He
estimated the Boer forces at present as
fit. She sold most of the land, all her
children joining her In giving quitclaim
The purchase was made from the Williams-
burg Savings Bank of Brooklyn, and was
leader. pulse 64. This morning the former was in the manor section^ #hich extends from
deeds, with the exception of Annie Brown. at a premium of 2H per cent.
INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS. For a few minutes a battle raged, the 9'( and the iatter 72." THE FIGHT NEAR RIETFONTfilN. Mrs. Brown failed to state In the deeds Two years ago the State Assembly passed
the New Haven Railroad to the Sound. that the land was sold under the provision
mourners striving to protect themselves, COPENHAGEN, Dec. 2.—The Dowager Boers Anticipated Gen. Pavet'a Attack of the will giving her permission to do so. a bill gi-vlng permission to the State Treas-
and at the same time to prevent the wolves The new cars arrived yesterday. They are
Czarina has started lor Llvadla. and_ t>oat Heavily. This is held to be a fatal flaw in the title, urer to purchase outstanding obllgatlona
Arrivals at Hotels- and Out-of-Town Buy- from reaching the coffin. After iSeveral •the finest ever seen Ih 'Westchester County.
— Page it is asserted that the Supreme Court of the of the State In open market, or from pri-
of the men and one of the women had beeii
The " PIttsburK Limited." Via
Each car is vestibuled, and all the railings BLOEMFONTEIN, Dec. 2.—Further Re-
United States has ruled tnat this must be vate holders, at his own discretion the
Court Calendars.— Page bitten by the wolves, a fire was started are of highly polished bras8' and nickel.
Losses by Fire.— Page
around the grave, near the edge of which'
Baltimore A Ohio Railroad. The cushions are fully six Inches thick, and tails have been received regarding the done. / Idea being to use the surplus pf the State,
Marine Intelligence and Foreign Malls.—
the little party hovered, and this prevented
Only $9.00 first class and $8.50 second class.
an electric pijsh button is placed at each fight near Reltfonteln between the British Now Miss Brown has brought stilt of which has been considerable. 1^ i>aylng off
New York to Pittsburg, via this train. Leave
window. Ten large Incandescent lights are under Gen. Ptigdt. and the Boers under ejectment against all the puchasers and the the obligations of the Commor^wealth. The
Pace 2. ' the wolves from making a further attack. New York, South Ferry, B:56 P. M. and Liberty
each car. Motormen and conductors will Comniandants V^eon and Erasmus, Nov. latter are In a high state of exdtemenL It first purchase under the new ruling was
Real Estate.— Page 11. "They remained in the vicinity until a party Street 7:00 P. M.. arrive Pittsburg 8:56 A. M. in
Weather Report.— Page 3. of settlers appeared with rifles and drove Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Cars.— wear black stilts, and black silk caps with '.'8 and Nov. 29. Is believed that a- settlement will be ef. made vesterday by Treasurer Mersick. It
gold braid. Gen. Paget, toward evening on the see- fected. Induced the State debt to f2,l*l,000.
Yesterday's Fires.— Page S. Adv. «-.
Thomas M. Tryniski .li.V"
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York