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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 27, 1900, Boston, Massachusetts                                I Call Early your Ads for Sundays Globe to secure proper classification Results Are what you You can get Monday morning results by using The Sunday Globe want pages VOL The following table shows the average price for carrying a ton of freight mile charged by the larger New England railroads and their in the years Special attention iscalled to the a tj r while the Boston with shows a course similar to that of the Boston The are in cents and decimal parts of a 1880 I89O 1896 1897 1898 Boston J2 England CONTENTS OF TODAYS Gen Buller announces that Warrei has been forced to Spion kop casualty list Knghuul sorely tried by the disaster a Spion but unshaken In determine lion to win In the Franklin Young analyzes the ac tlons of the English ttncl Boer armies in with the light thrown there on by the repulse from Splon Inspector Wotts goes to Will to Plains N to look after the case against Wil linm Condition of Hon Phelps was somewhat Improved at a late Hour las Only routine business at the meeting the board of aldermen will organize at next with Alderman Doyle as PaBC Thomas Flynn describes campaigning1 in the Green pans for a peek are In the other Gloucester fishing vessel wrecked at Port an Port N j News of tho hnrbor Pnse Report of tho nnvy department on illfated Interior China excited over tho deposition of the emperor and an ap peal maflo to British and Japanese ministers to restore that Chilean supreme court will refuse to extradite wanted Italian government deals a blow at the Pres Ttittle of the Boston Maine de nies that the Vanderbllts or New York Central railroad hava anything to do with the proposed lease of tho Fitch Count Castellans callS dally on the manager of the Gould no one knows what Col Gardiner wants to sum up the Molineux and Mr Osborne Mary Cohen says that James Pierce confessed to her that ho and his brothei1 killed George Gov Hoosevelt will nominate Francis Hcndricks of Syracuse to succeed Louis Piigre Test vote will take place In the Ken tucky house Battalion of the 46th volunteer Infan try engaged at London Honourable artillery company notifies the Ancients in Boston that its trip to this country is postponed on ac count of the Judge Dewey tells liquor officers In court that they had Second Adventlsts closed their conven Wttlthamhaa a IIY THK NBWHlAIKK WATTS GOES JOWHITE Hears That William Coo Will Contest Extradition and Will Place the Matter in Hands of a WHITE N Jan liam chief the Boston bu reau of criminal arrived here this morning to look alter tne ease against William Coe of recently treasurer of tlfe motor with works n Fall River and who was arrested Sunday at the request of the Boston po lice the charge of larceny of Coe Is held pending requisition The papers are not expected until next when officers from Massachu setts are to come Coe has secured counsel and It is to make a Just what the chief inspector from Boston is here to do is not yet Ucar to the local but It is known that fear that Coe might defeat the ap plication for his extradition caused ac tivity on the part of those interested in his How longthe chief In spector Is to remain is not Ho will probably leave town as as the facts have been presented to some law who will have charge of tUo prose Sy a Solid Vote It is decided hat nothing equals for the cure of La Throat or Made of Honey and Vegetable when nothing else 25 Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS and DEALERS PHYSICIANSJVIGRE Symptoms of Hon Phelps Illness Are Sornawhat Encouraging for His Jan 2GThc con of Hon ex minister to who is ill with was reported more hopeful at a late hour The symptoms are some what encouraging for his SCHOOL CHILDRENlniT Pclice Galled in to Thsm at an Illustratod Lecture In Brookline Town Yesterday afternoon at the lower town hall In Brookline there was an illus trated lecture by Prof Augustus Boa ford on The History of Our Fine he for 400 or more grammar school chil The boys so disturbed the meet Ing that the police were called and over BO were The whose ages ranged fiom 5 to 14 climbed upon the stage and broke the pointer that the speaker and even did damage to the flags that Prof Bedford used to illustrate his The lecture was under the auspices of Johanna Auplnwall D A K 4 Olti21en said last night that the children should have born ac companied by their and it would nil been avoided In the evening Prof Bedford delivered icn before a small but fashionable THM for Saturday and Sun day For New England and eastern New fair and con tinued cold Satur with diminish ing northwesterly wrds fair and t IIP euv woinun tlic crpilll nt Uttplng oho of IIIT Iui iniiHt Ufcjis Itsvoiitli a alienIs no immirlly Hku 01 otluT cllPini Ill 111 f tOII AAA llllll Ill the imUinil tlf ridiculous I0 POLLARD JVlcitfl s FgfKrxt Pi Kates In 1 or 2 Why dont YOU trv it 7 BATES YERXA Ijocal forecast Fair weather Sat urday and Sunday continued cold Sat urday slowly rising temperature Sun westerly The temperature as indi cated bv the thermometer at Thomp sons spa a m Cam 9 a m J2 m a in C p in p m 1 mid temperature yesterday The Globes fore east for and The indications for Xew Eng land point to several day of fair weath lasliiis throuuh Monday and prob ably Tho temperature will begin rlslnu though still freez ing warmer westerly IV mi were reported as follows at 12 Vork JjieksnnvjlJe Mobile Kansas City Cleveland Detroit Kt Bismarck Omahi Jjenver Hck island Philadel phia Tampa tjrkans Luiiis i i Ji Huron Sail astnjrt St JtSI Heeord in ol iilxtni jl be excel Its niarlijiiiie porttd quils i The liriit dose o Uuro one bottle cures the worst cough or Ruthvln Whitewright a stu dent in the preparatory school at Har sues to recover part of his great uncles fortune of Sugere the Japanese dying at the city Psige Republicans said to he worried the attitude of the Germans Naphen tocon tinue fight for Cove st extension action concerning Bostons proposed Immigrant Moody of Massachusetts tells tho iiousfe the story of the eelBure of the schooner Frederick Gearing in an argument on British claim for damages for cutting of Manila cable the late Vice Pres Steamer Herman Winter at New Quin of Milwaukee again In this city trying to arrange for an association team National league baseball Yale will not discuss with Harvard the place for holding the international interuniversity games narrow escape of Boston college gumes will be held in Mechanics hall beginning at high again beats Arlington high at Ice Roller polo results In the National and Southeastern Bowling in the Circuit and City New Bedfords sixday bicycle race will end Relative seeks money left by James who disappeared from New Haven In and was never heard from Billy Smith knocks out Prank Mc Connell at New York in tho 22d Page Dancing parties by the telegraphers and other Leathers Workers Protective union of Lowell refuse to go back to work as guarantee denied Lockout discussed at a maws meeting of GOO members of tho cleurmakers Appraisal of Martin Bergens Pose Representative Engstrom of Boston proposes a substitute order for gas in vestigation in lite house of a sweeping which will be debated Monday legislators in nn Investigating as tills Is the third proposal of the Commerce committee makes changes in Nicaragua canal one making available English cable com pany says Its Spanish concession pre vents the United States from landinga cable on Philippine Col Bryan In Boston elevated road granted fran chises for in New Mystery surrounding Helen Hy whose body is at the city hospital Pres McKiniey appoints Gens Shaw and Sickles to draft bill for a court of pension Pujice Financial and commercial Steady but quieter trade In most lines of reported by Bradst Real estate news new building to go up on NiWHpaper J Souther Sons Page auction sales of horscs and Paste Stenmnr San Marcos In peril in Vine yard dragging toward Hodge Fence shoal coast swept by norlhUtst iiiy Connecticut abolishes its automatic on tlie ground of Another of smallpox In SIX Gen Torres Gav the Order for Their Execution Neir the Bacatete Moun JvL mail from brings a pint that HI John George Lou ileniy shot week near tlie Ja aide of by f f n in command of lii t is IurthT ivportid that ill brnntihi to the fit HitAmerican consul it but that tinlatin declined u Ii troops iuund jhe AiniriciiiiK in trifiidly intcrc with the the have sur Some of the nanics arc known here as those of PRICE TWO No Attempt to Organize te Board V vi Democrats Seem to 6ret Doyle as Appears Aid Days Vote is All That is He Will feres to Organization on Tuesday No Action Yet Taken on the City Major Hart Superm Drainp of Traverse Jiiron The board of aldermen made no nt enipt toorganize at its meeting yestor lay afternoon by electing a permanent neither did it talc up the liiestlon of the election of a city It is practically that ho board will organize when next which will be on Al crman whose vote Is necessary o carry out the wish of the democratic aueus which nominated Alderman Doyle for stated yesterday the matter had been delayed Ions noufih and that on Tuesday he would ote to proceed with the BATTLE OH SPION Drown by Franklin 26The war office today posted the following dispatch from Gen dated at Spearmans noon Gen Warrens I am sorry to I find this had in the night abandoned Spion Gen Buller reports that the British casualties January 24 were 6 non commissioned officers and 12 noncommissioned officers and men 31 dispatch giving the list of British casualties is dated Spearmans Jan a so there has been no delay in the communications passing between Gen Buller and the war The killed include Colonel BuchananRiddell of the Kings Royal He served in the Niger war of It is not clear whether the casualties include those at Spion or only those resulting from the fighting prior to the Spion Kop Suffers Under Depressing Sense of but Unshaken in the Determination to Conquer rocrxsisn AND This menus that Alderman Doyle will be the lie has tho pledges of six of the democratic aldermen that they will vote Cor and Alderman Day has agreed to vote for Mr Doyle when it in shown on the roll call that five of tho democrats will vote for There were several party votes in tho board and on each Mr Day was recorded with hisi democratic asso proving that the democrats at least arcgetting nearer The city clerkship question not before the no notice having been received from tho common council of Ihe adherence of that body to Edward its first Prcs Klliy of common council was asked why the city rlerkuhlp matter did not appear on lie He stated Clint he had not the certificate of election of Mr and for that reason it was not sent to tho city clerk by clerk OKnne of Ihe in the Warren Forced to a Frontal Doomed to Failure from the Be by Franklin AM OKanp was smiflit for dnrhiK the mijoting of the bcmnl 10 ft tin rrionl of lint he was not in Jis Hail iioiicv Mr Donovans election Ijrfn rcceiveri Die if It had a un ilucity clerkBhlp at would luivc vottd for rranl If ihr hoinl on ncM Doyle If ihr proKratii iir ted city Day said ycs Contiuaed on the Third Jan 4 a mSovon days of flKhtlng have left tho main iu sjtllons and Oen Biillors iirmy 700 according to olli Gial casualty which HccinliiKly do not include tlie Spion kop thoae lust forwarded do not mention Cien WoodgatoH la possessed by a depressing sense of although not a word n criticism of her generals and itoUliors Is Not muuh effort is to place a happy construction upon Gen Hollers bare 38 words telling of the retirement from Splon and there Is nn uneasy impression abroad that worse news is jet to At one of the military clubs tcmiflit the statement passed from one member to another that the war office had re ceived an unpleasant supplementary dis patch from Gen which was be ing held up for 12 Mr Spencer in the Morning writes as follows of the Sjiiori koj loss Tills is a serious and an at tempt will not here be made to minimise for no greater can be done to our people ut homo than to mislead them about the Klynltieanee of the events of the The rjisiit way is 10 tell the truth as far as we know Uul fads tiujii th the Tugela uiv seamier than The censorship now prohibitive and something is wrong with iho The break on Lineast lines has been but the cable between Han Thome and Joamlu on IWM coast is now troops is the only here as to the way to brcaj the Hoer Uilkinson regrets that Jen has not more iliat if tiiey would not mnlie vic tory certain hie enterprise without them sion Is with nun of this division uml about 9000 others now at it lies In the power of Hub erts to Gen Utiller Tills course IK advised by military Although lOnglands nerves ure severe ly her nerve is absolutely un and probably nothing that happen in South Africa will in the slightest degree her She will continue to receive bad If it with and will malnlaln her determination to win at The mornlnj papers editorially advise coolness and Judgment and a avoidance of overeBtimatlrig the impor tance of the lost The Times says The natural disquietude of the pub lic is increased by the singular vastin and Inconsistency of Gen Bullers There a very and disquieting attitude of de tachment in Gen Hullers comments as revealed in the Gazettes For ills comment as to the action at Xoutparis Ills remark cunecrniiiB the probability that British olllecrs would In time learn the value of scout niiKht properly have conic a foieign military but it is rather more than surprising that It Kliinil be thrown out In this ir responsible fashion by the head of the forces his week or after the loss j of the tin the i Tile of this latest cheek i may very to tiuHniil I It IK impossible to i tstimute the next i It may be that Gen Huller will be I cornptlled to retire from the nroiind lately but in any event we may be sure that the lirltlsh piopie ivill not how themselves wanting in fortitude By FntnUiin tlifi fail urn of Gen Warren to posBosislori of Uis position on SpKn a groal change for thn AVorHc in apparent in the situation of Sou Bttllor8 tltc reports put out by Die KngIlsli war office it is lianily posaible to dotermlne exactly the do tails of UH nigh attack made by Gem Warren against the Hank of Hit But by putting tills and that together and by application of rules which govern the mili tary is not impossible to get what perhaps may bs an approxi mate At this moment secnn to be of the opinon that Oen Warren did succeed in capturing Spion driving out the Boers and occupying the hill from the bottom to the ljut this does not seem to be tlie Of tlie availableVnaps of tlie Nat country are more or less inac curnte and tu a large exunt entirely lacking in topographical But quite clear that for a mile from the north side of Trichards ford over tlie a broken country extends to Ifto which constantly and rapidly rises in a series of precipitous and seemingly these nights extend to the east and to the Avest for many These bights apparently constitute a natural tunl formidable military line of defense against the advance of a itoatile army to the Of this the Boors certainly have taken full Avith the result that Gen although of on tlie KonrtU SPECIAL For Die purpose of the stock of business suits in our ready made clothing we have iniukPil clown a certain number of lota to the uniform price of PER j suiit have been selling up to j the present time at and They were all made in our work and art perfect and desirable inevery The dcaliiiK with the neces sity of iarijo iidditiunal militaiv 11 may bt that we have yet oycle of disasters in from of transport Assaye arrlveU at Tov hint X127 otticcTs aiut The first portion ol the 7th divi j Tile governnicnt would be well id vised to cull out immediately all tbe mi Hiia and to expedite dispatch if the I Sth division and of the 1th cavalry bri j No doubt Lord Huberts will strain I rvery nerve to enable Gen Builer to re Continued on tbe tTitth A the do hereby j agree to refund the money on a cent hottlo of Greenes Wararnted j I Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your j rough or We also guarantee j a 25cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money j i 31 School I i 1681 Waihington I 2121 I Also i EMEKY 67 Green i OEORUE GOODWIN 637 Washington i WOODWARD 52 BrotnficM i JOSEPH 233 Treinout I 210 Columbus 1681 Washington 150 Dudley j SAMUEL 1277 Tremont i Biider ADAMS 2224 4 2226 Washington 100 Dorchester And Twc Hundred IACULLAR PARKER COMPAN I 400 Washington Y AKTEK THY A ACCOUNT THE BUNK BOOK OS and 110 Washington Carner Elm   

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