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United States Troops to Remain on
the Island Until Piatt Amend
ment Is Adopted.
INSTRUCTIONS TO WOOD
It Is Officially Stated That the Uni
ted States Will Rem n in in Control
of Cuba Until the Plntt Amend
ment Has Been Substantially
Adopted Probable Course o the
Cubans Municipalities Will Peti
tion the Convention to Pass Orig
Ity I'm lu-ivo Who from The Aw.d.ited 1'ieet.
Washington. Juno I. Tt Is officially
staled ttml tln United States will ic
iiiuin In control in Cuba until tin;
l'lntt amendment lin'' boon "substnn
t i.illy" adopted. This vfi nni(li
known to f'.oiierul Wood last Tuesday
by Secretary Kocit. and Iho nelion lias
lie ii approved liy tbo president.
Si '.rotary Mont was with tin- piesl
dent lor ,'iliout :in hour und a halt
tnilay. discussing with him the dls
tiiitili which was prepared to be sent
to '.ipiieinl oWod, relating to the Me
llon of this government on the Cuban
constitution. 'I'lie message Is a Ionic
in , and will be forwarded to ('oliornl
Wood with the Idea of having him
"oinmuiilonto It to the constitutional
eouvntlon. It will not be made pub
II at this time, and probably not until
the convention takes action.
Secretary Koot has received no copy
of the Cuban constitution as adopted,
the copy received being furnished by
!"iieral Wood, and consefiuently tho
; i-lliiri Inl.'en now is considered of tho
seme unollieiul character, but indi
cates the determination of this gov
'iliment to reject the constitution in
Its present form.
Havana, .lime 1. The props deplores
the misunderstanding with the Wash
ington government, but generally ad
mits the possibility of a wrong con
struction being pin. upon the Piatt
amendment by the explanations and
Interpretations, and that it will be
best for the convention to lake up
the intention Immediately and accept
th amendment passed by congress.
I., i l.nch savs that Sr. per cent, of
th. people favor this, but tho dcle
gat' s are at a loss what to do. Some
"tiy th it the Cnited States is not act
ing in good faith, as It was most Ini
prol able that the Washington nllthor
ies did pot know what the conven
tion wnu doing and what was the ne
ttue of the report to h? submitted,
Tuoy further say that a maturity of
the omniittee on relations told them
that the amendment as accepted
would be satisfactory to the United
Slat".1-, and that they had the assur
ance of fleneial Wood and Secretary
I toot to this effect. The members of
the committee on lelatlons will say
nothing: regarding this point other
thill they, loo, thought it would ha
Secret sessions and absent steno
graphcrs make il Impossible for even
the delegates themselves to set things
Regarding the controversy which
will sini'ly arise Inter, as to who s
i expansible, the convention will place
the responsibility on the committee,
and they. It Is said, will blame Gen
eij'l Wood and Secretary Hoot. All
i (Tori Is being made today by some of
the I'ouxorvutlvos to avoid this crisis
by asking the convention lo adjourn
for a mnn'h. and In the mean lime
have the municipalities petition the
convention to pass the original
amendment. Several municipalities
have already taken that action, anil It
Is thniieht that others will fall into
The municipal election paused oi'C
mildly. The Nationalists claim the
election of Sonne ("Jciler, their candl
( date for mayor of Havana, anil a ma
jority of the council.
No disturbance of liuporlanee Is re
ported as a result of the elections.
Quintln Handera, the colored leader,
has been arrested at Colon, Piovlneo
of Mntanzus, for assault on a police
man. HAVANA ELECTIONS.
Nationalists Select 18 Members of
the Municipal Council.
P' l'tluho Wire fioin flu' Assm latrd fre.M.
Havana. Juno 2, Tho predictions of
the Havana Nationalists concerning
the outcome of yesterday's municipal
elections ate verllleil, Setinr .Miguel
Goner, the Nationalist candidate, was
elected mayor of Havana, receiving 11,
11." votes as ugalnst 7..rii'.:S cast for Sonne
Mora, Jlopubllenn, and 3.2H cast for
Sepor Carlos Garcia, tho eanilldale of
the Democratic party,
The Nationalists elected eighteen
tpnmbors of the municipal council, the
Hepublteana four and tho Deinocruts
WILLIAM A. WILLYMS BIWtlED,
VVas the Best Known Negro in New
Rv Eiclushe Win? (ir.iit 'fli? AtiarUtcil PrfM.
New York, Juno L'.-The funeral of
"William A. Willyms, one r the most
widely known negroes hi New York,
occurred this afternoon from the
Church of St, Benedict Tho Moor. Mr.
YVillyiuB had been for a number of
years sacrlstln of the church.
Ho was educated at Home and bad
n follow pupils, Archbishop Corrlgan,
pr. McGlynn, Dr. Blrdsnll and other
well known church dignitaries,
Fire at Kansas City.
By Kxiluslre Wire fri'in The A'soilatoil Pns.
Kuiitav City, June S. I'lre toil.iy In Hie (mir.
lluiy IjullOli'S it tin- WciU'ru Stores ininuiy
uiui-tJ lu of 0".o"i. lnurjrHT, ample.
QUAY MEN SUCCESSFUL.
They Elect Their Entire Ticket nt
Ity llxcliulvo Wile from Tim Associated Prow,
Lebanon, P June a. Uepubllean
primaries were held In this elty and
county yesterday. The Quay and ontl
Qiiny frictions each had candidates In
the Held. A largo vote was polled and
the returns were not obtainable until
early this morning,
Although the anti-Quay men have
generally been successful In electing
their canilltlates In the county for sev
eral years the Quay people sprung it
surprise this time by electing their en
tire ticket by good majorities. This
success gives the Quay men four dele
gates to the state convention, n dls
trlcL attorney and two candidates for
director of the poor.
GOVERNOR BLISS INCENSED.
Michigan Legislature Falls to Pass
Measures He Has Recommended.
Ity i;rliilvi Wire ficm 'Hie Asnciiiteii I'icm.
Lansing, Alloh,, June -. flnvernor
lillss Is greatly Incensed at the legis
lature falling to pass certain measures
he recommended, particularly anti
cigarette and luxation of sleeping ear
companies, and will soon cull nu extra
session. The following measures, aside
from thoe named, he wants acted
Iteclnclng rates of passenger fares on
upper peninsular railroads: Increasing
tax law relative to the time of making
assessments as recommended by the
state tax commission, and amending
the Inheritance law tax.
THE ALLIED TROOPS
TO LEAVE PEKIN
Administration of the City to Be
Turned Over to the Chinese Offi
cials Gradually During- June.
Ity K(1nlp Wire from TliV Aociati'tl l'rfii.
l'ekln, June 2. At a meeting of the
generals of the allied troops today, it
was decided to transfer the adminis
tration of the city of l'ekln to the Chi
nese olllcials gradually during June.
Count Von Waldersee, accompanied
by ills staff, will leave l'ekln tomorrow.
Two special trains will run all the
week', taking troops to Taku. The Ger
mans are removing an extraordinary
tunntity of baggage Including Chi
nese carts, rickshaws, tallies and
The lialuchi regiment left this morn
ing, amid Impressive ceremonies of
farewell. All the other British troops
with their bands, und every American
officer in l'ekln was present, the Ameri
cans being partlcularlyanxloils to show
their appreciation of the manner in
which tho Hritlsh bade farewell to the
DOWIE RETURNS TO EARTH
He Claims to Be Elijah, John the
Baptist and Others 3,000 Peo
ple Gaze Upon Him.
liy i:rlii4lo Wire tioni "I l.c Awieiatrd t'res'.
Chicago, Juno 1!. "I am Hlljah the
prophet, who appeared llrst as Klljah
himself, second as John the Baptist,
anil who now comes in me, the restor
er of all things. Klljah was a prophet,
John was a preacher, but combine in
myself tho attributes of prophet, priest
mul ruler uver men. f!nne on me then;
I say it fearlessly. Make the most of
It, you wretches in ecclesiastical garb,
I am he that is the living physical and
spiritual embodiment of Rlljali anil my
commission to earth a third time has
been prophesied by Matliew, by God
himself, by Ills sou Jesus, by Peter,
and thiee thousand years ago by Slopes.
All who believe me to be in very truth
all of tills will stand up," and over ::,0(.W
pt ople rose to their feet and greeted
the declaration with cheers and hand
John Alexander Dowle, true to his
promises, made this statement from the
platform of the Auditorium tonight in
the presence of .r.,()on people. It was the
culmination of a frenzied speech, In
which he denounced everybody and
everything not In Zlon, cursed the pope
and the Honmu Catholic church, spat
literally at .uasnury, mo newspapers
and the bankers of Chicago and raged
and lore up and down the stage like a
"I'liderstnud what I mean," he con
tinued, "I will take no counsel In niy
method of government. I have come
to proclaim theocracy, pure and simple,
the government of dod, by God and for
God and 1 will never rest till all other
forms of government have been driven
from the earth."
Result of Butler Primaries.
Pv i:clihlvi' Wlif (lull) ('lie Av.r.i I.ilul Pn..
Iiiitlcr, I'n., June -. Iteturus from
yesterday's llepublicau primaries are
slow In coming In, only twenty-llw of
tho sixty-one districts having been
hoard from mi to this evening. The In
dications are "that the Qttayito organ
ization has captured everything, though
tho vole on delegates (o the state con
vention Is close,
Quayltes Win at Washington,
liy i:lniii Win' fr mi 'flic Attct'inii'il I'u'-i.
Washington, Pi)., Juno l The Ite
piihllcun primal lc which were held
lieie Saturday resulted In a victory
for the Aiitl-Quuy forces in every
nomination. . The prhnurles were (he
most hotly contested ever held In
Washington county, and Hie minority
opposition mado the hotle'st light in
By Kxvluiite Wile from The Awoclited Pre
llillin, .lime '.'.-It l now aniiouncnl tli.lt (ho
leirinnny u( imtellliiK t tie lll'iiuuk iiioninnriit,
ttlikh w.is originally died (or tomorrow, Inn'
iokionrl tmhn: lo Hie ileatli n( Count Wilhclm
lll.-inmk, will lake ile June 111.
Il MxtU'ilic Wile from The Awci3tfd Press.
(Icilln, lune J. Kiopn or William sent a ury
j.jniiatlietle tvlrurjui of iniuloleiue lo Connlc-a
U'llhtliii Von llUinsul. iinn the ileatli of li'r
The State Department Receives an
Important Communication Re-
pardlna Our Trade with France.
Consul Gettan, of Nantes, Notes
the Remarkable Development of
the Trade in American Machinery.
Satisfaction Is Given by All Ma
chinery Made in the United States.
Harvesting Implements Are Espe
cially Popular Fastest Time Is
Made by the Locomotives Manu
factured in This Country.
Ity Kicln-ije Win- from The A,cljted l'ie-.
Washington, June 2. In a communi
cation to the state department, regard
ing trade with France, Consul Gettan.
of Nantes, notes the development of
the trade In American machinery In
Western France. During the past sea
son, he says, about SO)) reapers, mow
ers and horse hny-rukes arrived at that
port. American mowers give good sat
isfaction, and the increased prices
asked for farm labor will stimulate the
sale of such machinery In the future.
The American mower was a common
sight In the hay ileitis last summer. In
regard to the advantage gained by ex
hibiting machines, tho consul says:
"Last month a representative of a
New EnRlnwl factory made an exhibi
tion of meat choppers In one of the
Nantes stores, and during the after
noon sold about twenty of various
sizes. The Nantes house has since sold
more than 200 of these machine?.
"If some company were to make an
exhibit of wringers, and show their
working, I am satlslied It would be
found a prolltable enterprise. There
are no wringers sold or offered for sale
herewith the exception of a few heavy
Kngllsli machines. Consul Covert, of
"The houses of this district, which
some years ago furnished line French
hardware to the I'nlted States, have
almost entirely lost that trade within
the last two decades, and they are en
abled to hold their own market here'
only by a protective tariff. American
stoves, base burners and smaller heat
ing stoves Ibid a steady market here,
the French make being unable to re
"American saws and other wood
cutting instruments are pronounced
the best' in the world, because Ameri
cans are the greatest wood-using peo
ple. American wrenches are seen In
some stores, but the German article is
the most common, on account of Its
cheapness. Agricultural Implements of
American pattern bearing an American
name are met with In every county
fail', and are highly prized. Farmers
tell me. that they prefer to buy the Ohio
or Illinois harvesting' and haying ma
chines, notwithstanding the Increased
East Time on Railroads.
"Consul Tourgeo, of Bordeaux, says:
'The fastest time made by a. railway, it
is said, is on tho road between this city
and Bayonne, where a run of VS.) miles
Is made every day in 128 minutes. It
Is quite to the credit of American me
chanles that the honor of making this
run Is accorded to American locomo
The consul notes, as a curious fact,
that one of the chief exports from Bor
deaux to the United Slates consists of
preserved alimentary products, which
are grown In the greatest abundance
in the I'nlted States, and are often
of much superior quality. Prominent
among these are canned or bottled peas
and string beans. There Is not a par
ticle of difference between them and
the products of American gardens,
continues Mr. Tom-ego, except that the
French beans and peas are of the
smallest varieties, and are put up while
they are hut half matured and very
soft: nlso, they are packed with great
attention to artistic effect. The cans
are not filled by machinery and the
vegetables are not handled with a
scoop shovel; everything Is done by
hand, and the wages of the girls who
do this work depend as much on tho
appearance of the bottles as on th"
STATE OF COAL TRADE.
liy I'.xrliiMr Wire dam Tho Aunelateil Pres.
1'liil.idelplila, .lone '!. -Tlie l.e.lg. r in it mil
niliih' toni'iiinv,- wilt hi.)'
The anthracite eoal tiade enters upon th" momli
nt .lune with .1 fmlher adraiue n( ID rents per
Ion lor Hie .iioin sles of eoal, Thl Is nt
loiiin', an uilditioii.il profit to the mil loinpaiilis
lmt it l doubtful nlietlier the .obance will hae
;im materia! illicit in fctlnnil.il inir Hie re'iit
limine ot i ".I I, ins Mitmuer h almo.t upon m,
anil the piddle are not now uUlui; iiui'ii thonuht
to the mliject. '(litre i only a inodrrale move
ment of coal fioiu the lniiuv, eiilur lo liden-ater
or the west. The early ru,li lo vend ioiI up lite
IoVo in ilaikeniin; and the shipments he ia are
mil luiito. Tho ti.iile li.ii entered upon the dull
eaon, hut the pioducln InieuvW lie noi ,ieno
lo fitoiMiiK up, as tiny are evpeitin-,- n it ere
l.ili;ed demand litir, owlm; to the fait liiub'-r
prim will he (harued the eoiiMiiner tlniuuli I he
lesiular monthly III rents per ton adtjuie,
New Voik. .luni" 2. - niwd: l.limia, l.ii'i
pool and Ijueeuilinvni I .a ( i.iiiip.iwiie, ll.iwe.
!e.iili)lieail I'Jvcil; Oioer Kinlmtt, llinnin,
or (iiciliounf and New Voil.. l,Uaid-l'ai'l:
IMudaud, .Viw oik, for Aulucip; 1.1 i1jiobii',
New Voik, for llavie; l.hcipool--Auivids I m
brla, New Vo)k ia Qutcnslnwii. liihiallai -sailed;
Traie (from (Jenoa and Vaplei), New
Vork. iJiieeiMown -Sallidi ('anipjnia (liom
l.lveipool), Xeiv Vork.
Fire Destroys Repair Shop,
(ly Kxiludve Wirs from The Associated ('res.
St. Caul, .lune 2. I'lie width broko out in a
hrup ot iiilibl.h near the Hpilr (hop of the (.'hi.
cauo, Minneapolis and St. Caul lallroad at Hud
on, VU today, destioyed the repair khop, to
celhcr with Iweiiiy-idx ho can, and .a lama
uuiintlty of uialeiial and tooN. The lo-rf ij about
IN MEMORY OF LATE
REV. M. . BABCOCK.
Impressive Services Held in Music
Hall, Baltimore. -
(ly Kieludvo Wire tioui The AMoelatnl Prd.
Mitltlinnre, .lutio 2. Impressive ser
vices wore held tu Altislo hall this af
ternoon In memory of the late llev. At.
D. jiabcuclc, pastor of the ltrlck Pres
byterian church, Xew York, und for
mer pastor of Brown .Memorial Pres
byterian church In Ihln city. Many per
sons turned away, unable to gain ad
mission to the big hall. Ttov. J. T.
Stone, who succeeded Dr. Habcock as
pastor of llrown Memorial church, pre
sided over the exercises and read the
resolutions passed by the congregation
of that church In which they pledged
llnuiiclal assistance to Uabcoclc Me
morial church, which Is alllllated with
Brown Aleinorlnl, In building it, new
edlllce In memory of Dr. Habcock.
ISuloglstl addresses were made by
President D. C. Oilman, ot Johns HP
klns university: Dr. F. U Patten,
president of Princeton university: Itev.
Dr. .T, F. Gocher, president of the Wo
men's college, of Haltlinore! Ut'V. Oll
,ver Huckel, Congregatlonallst; llev. C.
Is. f.aws, Uaplist; -Itev. A. C. Powell.
Piotcstaut Kplscopallan, and Kabbi
Ailolph Guttmacber. Dr. Gtiltmaehor
sounded the keynote of all the ad
dresses when be said:
"Dr. Habcoclt's heart embraced all
religions and all nationalities. To you
be was a Christian, to me an Israelite.
May Hie memory of this righteous man
be a blessing furever."
Dr. Patten said: "A great void Is
felt among public men of our country
and there Is a great vacancy In the
SHORT WORK WITH
Uprising: in San Domingo Is Crushed
with But Little Ceremony Sou
of Late President Shot.
fly Kxcluht Wire fiom The A.oeiated rreac
Kingston, Jamaica, June 2. It Is re
ported that the revolution In San Do
mingo has been completely crushed nt
Its inception. A number of the promin
ent rebels have been shot or impris
oned. Among the latter is u son of
the late President Herenux, who is said
to have been the leader of the move
ment. The loyal mail steamer I.a Plata re
ports that there is little cargo offering
from Colombian ports In consequence
of the heavy export duties recently Im
posed by the Colombian government in
order to redeem Us issue of paper
money, and to meet expenses Incident
to the revolution.
WET DAY AT THE PAN.
The Exhibit Buildings Have Their
lie lXilihe Wlro fiem 'I ho As-oriated 1'ieas.
Buffalo, June 2. The exhibit build
ings at the Pan-American exposition
had their first open Sunday today.
While the gates have been open every
Sunday from 1 p. in. until Hi p. in., the
exhibit structures have been closed lo
the public. The midway shows and the
government buildings were closed. Tile
weather today was changeable. In the
morning there was feeble sunshine.
Noon brought a hailstorm with thun
der and lightning. When the gates
opened at I P. m. there was sunshine.
At 2.::n o'clock there was a heavy fall
of rain. At t o'clock the sky cleared
again and Iho weather, though cool,
was pleasant for the rest of the day.
This evening In the temple of music,
Organist AV. P. Stanley, of Brooklyn,
gave a recital. Tonight only four car
loads of exhibits remain to be unloaded
and the Installation work Is rapidly
nearlng an end.
The Inter-eolleghite games to be held
In the stadium on Tuesday will be In
the nature of a dedication of that great
arena for athletic sports. As a large
number of entries from colleges of both
the east and west have been received,
the event will have national Interest.
JAMES A HERNE DEAD.
Well Known Actor nnd Playwright
Expires from Pneumonia,
(ly rreliilvi Wire from The Associated I'res
Now York. June 2. James A. Herne,
the well known actor and playwright,
died at his home In this city this af
ternoon of acute bronchitis and pneu
monia after an illness of eight weeks.
Air. Heme was taken III In Chicago
while playing In "Sag Harbor," n play
of his own composition, lie came at
once to his home, took to Ills bed and
never arose. II had been supposed for
Franc days that he was improving, but
Saturday night there was a change for
tho worse which resulted fatally. At
his bedside when he passed away were
.Mrs. llerne. hi thiee daughters and
his ."-year-old son. Air. lleruo was
born lit Troy, N. A'., Fob. 1, ISi'.S.
lie had u beautiful home hi this city
and was accounted wealthy. The body
will be crenuited. It has not been de
cided when tho funeral will be held.
Jimmie Dunn Gets Decision.
Dy Hifliidv Wire (mm 'I lie Associated I'rm
YoiuiS-ton, Ohio, .lone 'J, -llimnlo Piiiiu, of
NVw LMslle, w.n fiiwn the decision In tin1 llit
round of ili.it wn In hale lircn a twenty-round
(ii wllli Mike l.nelle, 01 CilMiiiik'. t 3 o'clock
IhN nioiniiii.'. The biltle tooU pl.ue in a laise
barn loialed mar tlie l'i ninh.iiil.i Male Hue
ami was wlliici-cd by about MO porH from New
I .i.ile, Vounu'iiortll Mini CitUbiim. A dilutable
it in. attempted )o lop die I'bl was lliinwu out,
Crawford System at Carlisle.
Ilr Kiiludvr Wire fioiu The Awoclacd Ci'cm.
(aili.le, June '.'.--Tlie ollkial count ot e.rr
il.i.Cs Democratic primary rlcuioii in I umlieilaiid
(utility, miller tin Cuwioid loutny jtcui, 1iihh
Hut Human M. Crali.mi, ot CailUle, .u iioiuiu
aleil (or dNtikl altouuy; .lotlali lloieliir, o(
IVnn town-hip. (or dneitor ot the o,,r, und
laiob Tiltl. o( DUkhiTon toiiihl, (or (ouiuy
Monument for Lincoln's Mother,
liy Cm-liuito Wire from The AKodaled I'rem
KiamiWIIc, hid., dime '.'.--The monument to be
en did nice the maw nf the iiioiher o( Abraham
Lincoln at Lincoln City, Spencer (ounty, will
Ik- put up at once, The iinwllliii,' will be uiaiked
villi elaborate ceieiiioiilea did the IJle olflciaU
will be inesinu
The Government Has Dismissed the
Prefect of Gorunna Where
Serious Riots Occtired
A WAR SHIP SUMMONED
The Torpedo Boat Destroyer Audaz
Arrives with Marines to Restore
Order Two of the Persons Injured
in Riots Die Anarchists Arrested
ns the Result of Advices from Mar
seilles. Dy Km'IikIip Wire fioiu 'I lie Aorliileil Cus
Aladrlil, June 2. The Spanish gov
ernment, It Is asserted, has dismissed
tlie prefect of Cornnha, where serious
riots occurred last Friday, and the tor
pedo boat destroyer Audaz has arrived
there with marines to maintain order.
Two of the persons Injured In collis
ions with the gendarmes have sinco
succumbed. The houses of the work
men In t'orunna were yesterday draped
In crape, bearing the Inscription, "To
tlie martyrs of yesterday."
The two anarchists, a .Spaniard nnd
on Italian, arrested here as the result
of advices from the Marseilles police
Ihut they had projects against the
Spanish ministers, have been liberated,
owing to lack of proof that the police
ssplclons were justified.
BUTTE SLIDING DOWN.
Five Large Cracks in the Earth in
Different Sections of the City.
lie KmIumio Wire (rem Tho As-orintrd CieA.
Ilutte, Mont., Juno 2. The strange
sliding movement of the city ot Butte
which has been noticeable at intervals
for several years, has again manl
fdested Itself by five large cracks In
the earth In different sections of the
city. The largest crevice occurred on
AVest Galena street, where a crack
twelve inches wide and of consider
able length nnd depth, has appeared.
Three of these openings occur In the
wst and two on the east. The gas
and water companies- have much
trouble from the strange movement,
which frequently breaks their under
City Knglneer nickenhach says the
engineering1 department of the city
encounters the same trouble as marks
In the city are constantly changing.
This is particularly true of the sec
tion west of Alain street and north
of Broadway, where the marks have
been known to shift to the extent of
a foot in a very short time. What Is
causing the strange phenomenon) Is
not known, but Its continuance is be
ginning to cause some alarm among
the citizens of Tiutle.
It Is Believed That He Will Resign
Be i:ilu-iie Wire from Tlie A-ioeialed I'lf.-.
Charleston. S. C, Utine 2. A special
to the Observer from nennetlsvllle, S.
C. the home of Senator AlcUuirln, says
there are good reasons for believing
that just prior to the meeting of con
gress In December, Senator McLniirlii
will resign and request fiovernor Atc
Sweeney to appoint his successor.
Should tlie senator do this, which Is
most likely, he would expect the gover
nor to appoint a strong man represent
ing the same political views of Alessrs.
Drytiu and 'l'illinau. and the senator
would meet this gentleman hi 100:! on
the hustings, with the purpose of re
gaining his position hi tho senate.
The senator believes that he has as
much right to detlne Democratic prin
ciples as has Air. Itryan, .Mr. Tillman
oi any one else. There Is talk of estab
lishing a dally morning paper In the
city of Columbia with n South Caro
llnan, now residing In Richmond, Va
as editor to represent Senator McLnu
Killed His Daughter's Admirer.
lie r.iluli" Wiie from Tin" A-eiiatcd I'll.".
SI I.1111N, .lune -.'.-iHmii Loiuu, a .miing -.to, k
liealu- of All.oe, Mo,, win Uially lmt iilille
, ailing on Mlw .le-.le Walker, near Mai.wilh,
by (In. "niins woman's fillicr l.it 11U.I1I. I.oumii
w".i paying iillinlioii to Mi-i Walkir. Tlie father
nlii'( leil in il und il w "-'i'l bad nude fie.pient
tlili'.iH th'it he would kill Lilian il he did not
iviu' hl alleniloii. Walker 'i4e hlm-WI up and
i in jail.
Killed ot the Crossing.
Py CmIiihIu" Wiie from Tlie Woriated 'ics.
IMe, M .lime 0. Wldle dihins auo,( Iho
Iraekh ot tlie Lake Miopi lallioad at Xorlheast,
kislreii niilei eat of Kile, IhN afternoon, Iiui'ii
Viateia and .Mlili.n I'lndley neio killed ami
llrueii llal"tt fatally iniuied. 'I heir rig v. .11
kt)iul; by the fan mall, Knini; at a leiritle ipeed.'
Th) men all hied at Flndley's Luke, N, V., and
wrie on llielr way linim.
Py Lvdiisiie IVIrs fioiu Tin' Avnu ialfd Ciftij.
.Maduil, .'line ' '(he elenioii. lor die leiiew.))
ot the I'h'i'.uc half 01 iho ren.tle ueie li'dij
loda.i, Willi the loilll Iliat Ihe Llbei.iN elulul
1 17 of Iheir landidate) ami the ('on-eivalhc. .Ml.
Tlie aiimn oilier paille. will b iepienitiil by
Saxon Wins French Derby.
Ry r,ilune Wile from The Aooiiated l'ie.-.
Calls Jul' -'. 'I lie pill ihl jot key ibili (I'linell
ileibi) of fi'.'i In, for llii(eyiar-idd., dl-um",
one and (niehalf iidlen, wa. inn loday at I han
dily and won by Msmi. lean III Initio mioiiiI
ami 'liber lldid. TI1I111111 1.111, Tho viiloiy of
ihe faioiile v.jv i i.v pupnlai.
Strike Declared Off.
liy Ku-libha Wile fioiu Tlie .(-oil.iled I'lfH.
New Castle, I'a., .lune 2, The siilke of ihe
boiler luakeiA of Ihe IVnn.-.v li.lula ( Inu tlx'tl 1111
company of this lily for u niuedioiir day 101 11 11
hour pay lias h.vu dielaied oil with a tiiloi.)
for the men. The (Hike has I ecu mi uea V 1
TIIK NEWS THIS MORNING
X Oneial Mrt. Mi Klnley Serioiel) 111.
Anarihhli VI0le.1t in Spilu.
No Wltlidranal ol Tioop liom Tulu Piitll
Clatt Alnerilnielit l Ailoptnl,
Lniour.iolm; Itepott nl I'oielitu I'r.ole.
2 (IciieialCnlionilale Uopailniriit.
S Loi ill -sermon by llev. Ilr. J.inie Mi Lend.
Trio of Murder Caie-t lo He Tiled Today.
Note and ('oloiiient.
.) Loial Municipal t.easitie After the lteioiilri's
Ilecoiile)' and SAllellor to Confer About the
5 Loral Wrl S 1 .ml on and Nilnnhali.
7 (leiier.il Xortlie,iloin I'emnj hanla.
riii.inil.il and I'oiniiieii l.i I.
8 Loial Labor nnd ludiMilal,
M.ulilni-ls' Slilke Kn'ni It Tlilnl Week.
Mention of Some Men of the Hour,
TROLLEY AND STEAM
CARS IN A COLLISION
By Unexpected Meeting of a Train
and Trolley Car Nine Persons
Are Seriously Injured.
liy Km lu-ivo Wire from Ihe Ao. i.ilid I'll!".
AlcKcosport, Pa., June .'. Hy a col
lision between .1 car -on the 1'nlted
Traction company's line and a train
on the AIcKcespnrt and liellcveruon
branch of the Pittsburg and Lake
Krio railroad, at AIcKcespnrt today,
nine people were more or less serious
ly Injuied, one perhaps fatally. Tlie
A three months' old child of James
Alonetvllel, of AlcKeesporl. contu
sions of the right temple: Kiln a Key,
aged A years, of Duipiesne, badly cut
about the head: Tony Jordan, of Alc
Keesporl, contusions of the right leg;
James Smith, McKeoport, badly
bruised about tbs body: Conductor
Trwln Alontgomory, spine Injured,
bruised and cut about the head and
body, contusion of right arm and left
leg cut, may die.
BOOTHS NAY BURY
Secret Efforts Looking to Reconcilia
tion Between the General
fly Kxclusiie Wire fioiu The A-oc i.iled I'm..
Cleveland. June 2. The Leader to
morrow will say:
"I. D. Hazard, llnanclnl secretary of
the colonization and social settlement
department of Ihe Salvation army, Is
authority for the statement that secret
negotiations are being carried on look
ing to a reconciliation between (Joneral
William liuoth and his son, Halllngton.
Father and son have been estranged
for five years, the son having in the
meantime organized the Volunteers of
"Tile cause of the estrangement, ac
cording to Air. Hazard, was the refusal
of Halllngton Hootli to submit-to the
order of transfer from the- l"nlted
States to Canada. If the reconciliation
is effected, ii will mean ISaltingtou's
return to Ihe Salvation army and prob
ably result In the abolishment of the
Volunteers of America and Its adul
ation with the Salvation army."
WILL PAY A DIVIDEND.
liy KviliiMio Wile (10111 Tin" A'-oelaleil Civ.
Xow York, Juno 2, John 15, Lord, re
ceiver of the William If. Alliler .Vjn per
cent. Franklin syndicate, for pnimollng
which Alliler was sentenced to ten
years at hard labor In Slug Sing pris
on, has been authorized by 1'nlted
States Judge Thomas, sitting ll) llrook
lyn, to pay the creditors of the con
cern a dividend of fi per cent, on their
proved claims. Payment Is to be made
on June II, the gross amount being
Missing Ship Sighted.
I'.y Kflii-iie Wire fioiu 'lhe,.-.oi-i.ilii l'i.'i.
San I'laneiMO, -111111' '-'. - I'lmii ! letter hum
( iiptalu Lewi, of Ihe ship Klwell, lit Now l'.)lli',
Ai'Miali.i, il ii learned that II ilwdnir meiie,ii
hlp, John Mi Donald, w,n -.luliletl a lew bundled
miles Miulliwivt ol .in I'liiiii'l-en, .Ian. Ill, and
that she kliiti.illid that Iho hlp w.n on tlie. It
Is belieeil 'he lib w up and all liaiuU weie o.t.
. - -.
DEATHS OF A DAY.
Ilv i:eliiid.e Win" irom 'I he A-n lat.il l'n-.
Waidiiuglim, .hine '.',- llev. aniue lleiner, I),
p., died h"li" todiy, Jised T.'i Ae.li-. I'm- oier
twent.x-lne jean and until 11 leunt p"ilod Pr.
Iloiner was pastor of si. CaiilS CnirlUli Lulliii.tu
1 bun h in Ihi'i 1 ity. lie w.i-, Imi 11 at Sabbath
Herd, lllair loiinly, I'a., and piior 10 lii work
here had held union. ia-iiu'Jle In hit 11 nil''
l:ilc. A widow and i: ihlldien sunlio lii
Knowllle, Teim., .lune s.--liiiiiiiii:ii.ii nt lli.
hiiddeu dentil of Itev. O. .1. Oil-. P. P., "f
llroenboio, Ala., ha been leeehed lieu". I'.-.
(HI- w.n a iieieN-ful wilier 011 uipiui.il -ill
jei n and w.n wiili ly ie.oi;iiiiil 111 an aiillioiuy
on Ihe lllbtn and Ihe Holy l.uii.l-.. hi the smiili
el n .i-eliibly of the I'm .-bill li.in ihinih, In whiili
he bi.on';ed. Dr. UIU ,! iiiin;iilei a one of III
leadlne; -ilif.lii- and wijlen-.
NVw Yi I., 'Iilue ! Itliluiil C M' oin.lik die I
at Ins home In .l.iuuiia. L. I . loda.i. lie was
bout In lhl (it: in I'M. In l"J! Ii" wa ..n
polllleil lllliloli.il r;oelliu- ol Ailoila. lie
eilid in Ihh (apaili.i iinlil li!i. lie wa ,n-i-l.ini
Kiiet.oy of ihe liiliul -lau, iui..:i
in ).' .ni'l wa eleiled In uli;ir-.. In b"',
KUin one Ii rm. He -hmiI a die t'nited Slam
ti'pii'M'iiUIhe Jl Ihe I'nU epoitioii in I"!'). II
mauled a ilneahlir ol Ihe hie Senaiur Thinni.ci,
ol Ohio. lie .uiiivie him.
(iiiiinn.nl, ,l i. llev. Timin.i II. I'e.iiu-,
j;i.l ,ieai, and lor ot nn a imiiii.U'i in llie
Melhodi-t llllllili, ilnil at hi- home lure ll-t
liiijht. lie held uiiu.v piouiini'lit p.j.-ili,.o- In ihe
ilinnli .l.id ua I'ullid Male miii-iiI In Ihe Hut.
Mi Wist Indies din ui; pall ol hi. iiii.-uuury
ulilie. lie W.H lie auilim ol -mini iaiidaii
loors plllilUheil bj I lie llelh.idUt llo"k iimii'iii
and hid jiisi i.aiiplelul an iiilobloiup'ii'
Wilkes. Il.ine, .liui" ;'. Iti. Chllip ll'dbrool,
a pioueir In Ihe Uelhodi-I nniii.lli in .Noiih-la-lein
I'eliii-.i b.ioij. died al Ihi il.He ho.-piia
at D.imllle .ii.teulaj. while In had been taken
for liiatiueiili aaeil "n jeals I'or lln.i .lean he
j a iminbei V' llie W.imIiiIii'.' conti'iiiiii', luin'
lis uldirt llll'lober,
IS VERY ILL
It Is Fenred That Her Powers ol
Recuperation Will Not Enable
Her to Gonquer Disease.
Doctors in Consultation Refrain from
Expressing Opinions The Presi
dent Spends Most of tho Day at
the Bedside of His Wife Many
Callers at tho White House Yester
day Unless a Change for tho Bet
tor Occurs Soon There Will Be Lit
tle Hope of recovery.
rtv Pvdiistte Wiie (ion) The Aw.claled Cre.
Washington, June L'. Airs. AIcKlu
ley continues very weak, ller condi
tion Is not greatly changed from that
of yesterday, but each day that
elapses without a gain In strength les
M'"is her powers of recuperation. The
complaint which came near ending
her life In San Francisco Is still pres
ent. It Is In. a slightly less aggravated
foim, hut gives the physicians and the
president much concern. Airs: Ale
Klnley has shown remarkable vitality
bill her Illness has so reduced her
strength as to leave her very feeble
indeed. It Is feared that unless n.
rhange for the better soon manifests
itself her strength may become so ex
hausted as to leave her without rally
ing powers. Tlie news given out by
the physicians In attendance today
was not reassuring, though hope of
belter things still continue?. After a
consultation between T)rs. Ulxey,
Sternberg and Johnston, the followliiK
bulletin was issued:
".Mrs. AIcKinley passed n comfort
able night, but her condition bus not
materially changed since the report:
Th"ie were no further consultations
of the physicians during the day, but
Ur. Ilixey called during- the evening
and spent some time with the patient,
In 1 espouse to ImiuirleM from time to
time, the statement was made that
there had been no change In the con
dition of the distinguished sufferer.
President AIcKinley spent most of
the day at the bedside of bis wife,
though lale In the afternoon he went
out for an hour's drive. He departed
alone, hut niel Judge Watson, of
Ohio, an old friend, on the way, and
the latter accompanied him to the
There were many callers at the
while house during; the day and even
ing, making anxious Iiuiulries regard
ing Airs. AloKinloy's condlllon. Willi
few exi options, they simply left their
eaids. after being assured by the
doorkeepers that there was 110 change
lu Alls. AIcKinley's condlllon.
Doctors Itlxey and Slernbeig both
were In attendance at the while house
dining the evening, although the lat
ter vlld not remain very long. Dr.
Ttixey was al the mansion for over
two hours, and when he left for the
night, shortly before II, o'clock, he
nrnouuc'il that at that time Mrs. AIc
Kinley was resting comfortably, dm
she had done all the afternoon.
Senator Klklns called on the presi
dent during the evening and was with
him about fifteen minutes-.
ON THE RAMPAGE.
Angered at Some Imaginary Griev
ance They Wreck the Barracks.
tie Kxrlieiw Wiie 'iiiii 'Hie As.nelaled IV'.
London, June '-'.-- military riot oc
etiried lnsL iiighl :tt Shoruclirfc. A
i!"tachment of the Dublin Fuslleers,
actuated by some Imaginary grlev
nnie, wieilicd their barrack-room.
Tlie guard was called out lo arrest
the ringleaders, and shots weie Hied
by tile fiislleirs, who met the loin
forced guard with 11 volley of ball
eortiidge and with bayonets. Two
men of the guard were seriously In
jured by bayonet thrusts. Tile riot
lasted for two hours.
FIRST AGNOSTIC MARRIAGE.
Frederick Fedorle and Miss Martha
Hy i:iliisin U110 liom The (.-oclalid Cif-.
I'llii'lunatl, June 2. The "llrst ag
nostic mar'iage" III ibis country in
curred here today and forincil tin
1 losing feature of the agnostic Sun
day school that has been established
Iteie. Till' colitrnvtlug paries were
Frederick I'Vleile and Miss Altirtlm
Se.lllinll. Justice Alexander Itoehllng
pel formed the legal part of Ihe cere
miniy, after which both parties ni.ule
their pledges, Including ono not to re.
sist illvoieo proceedings.
The bride also repeated the words,
"Should 1 discover that we are un
congenial or nilsmaled, f hereby
pledi-'o Hint I will not b"ar children
that are not born of afl'cciloii."
Reward Offered for Lynchers.
py ): liisirp Win' from 'llir ..oii.ilid I'lo".
San I'lai.ei-io, lune .! loiuiliur lime Imli.v
ollired .1 lew.iid of i,i"l I'm the inie-t and "n
I id ion of llie p.'IM'iis nuplii.ilid hi tin' Jilh'li
of Ih" Ine nun at Lookout, Moil'' iniiTTi), I'ri
French Intend to Annex Hui Nan.
Hy r.xilu-iie Who frun The Aioeiil.'d Crc
Loudon, dune I.- "I am inhumed." rajs lb.
Iloua Lou- i"iii"ondent oi ihe Time, wiriuu
Salunlay, "ihn Hi' I'onio intind 10 :niii" llu
Van in .lull.''
if ! !
W j.-hlnatoii, dnni f. luii'i.a. (or l'.at- s-
em I'nuisjli 'iiia: fan londa, vvllh
v inner uulbii in inirihiin poulou. f
i- I'ue.-d.iv. showers: ir.i-h we-i'iy wind).