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STilt BA BATTLIN6 TTLIN FOR OR LlflNrrKIN Lift IN KIN
FOREIGNERS REPORTED REPORTEDTO
TO BE HOLDING OUT JULY JULYCourier 3 3Conrier
Courier Declares Two Legations Were Standing and andThat andThat andThat
That Over Ov r 2000 Boxers Were W re Slain SlainChinese SlainChinese SlaInChinese
Chinese Hordes Disheartened DisheartenedEfforts Efforts Willbe Renewed Renew d to toRelieve toRelieve toRelieve
Relieve Little Band of Heroes HeroesLondon HeroesLtmdon HeroesLnndon
London July 7 7A A cable dispatch dated
Thursday 550 5 50 p m re rec rerrJld reerivpd
S c rrJld < ivpd from Shanghai today at the London office of the Chinese Inspectorate Inspectorateof Inspector te teor
of maritime customs says saysCourier saysourler saysiourler
Courier left Pekln July 3 when two t vo legations were werejiolding holding out against againsttroops againsttroops againsttrreps
troops and Boxers Troops had lost 2000 men and Boxers many leaders leadersThP leadersThf leadersTh
ThP Th telegram comes from Acting Consul ConsulGenerafWaren GeneralWarren at Shanghai and androaflrms andonfirms andinfirms
roaflrms from thoroughly trustworthy sources sourcesthe the news received from Pekln PeklnJuly PeklnJub PekinJuy
July 3 by b way wa uf Shanghai ShanghaiWarren ShanghaiWarrtn ShanghaiWarren
Warren adds that the messenger messe ger says the troops were much dishearten dlsheartenp1
p1 C 91 < 1 by their losses and andthnt that the Boxers Doxersclalm claim their mystic powers p p wets have been beenbroken beenbroken beenbroken
broken by b the foreigners and that they darenot d renot approach approach the legations legationsIt lE gatlonsIt
It is further asserted that the foreigners at atPekln Pekln ought to be able to tohMd tohTI tohr1q1
hMd out for a a long time as they have sufficient food and ammunition ammunitionWashington I IWashlngton
Washington July 7 7rA A cablegram cablegramwarrccelvedat vas wasdrcceived received at the state department departmentthis departmentthis I Ithis
this iorning liornln from Consul General Goodnow at Shanghai dated July 7 7say say sayIng saying
Ing that the legations were standing on July 3 and that the thereeent recent attacks attacksof I
of the Boxers had been slight slightThey sUghtThey slightThey
They seem disposed to adopt starvation methods methodsLondon methodsLondon
I London July 7 7Jardlnc Jardlne Matties Company at of Shanghai have tele telegraphed telcgraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed their London house as follows followsShanghai followsI followsShanghai
I Shanghai July 7 7The The British legation was standing July 2 There are arereassuring areI arereassuring
reassuring reports regarding the lives of the Europeans
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EXPEDITION SOON SOONWashington SOONWlUlhinglln
Washington July 7 7One One certain ef effert erfert efcpu
fert cpu of Consul General Goodnows dis dispatch dispatch dispatch ¬
patch telling of the recent safety of the thel theIgationers theigitIoners
l Igationers gatk > ners will be to cause the offi officials Omrials tfl tfldaIs ¬
daIs here h re and md without wlthl t doubt the Eu European EuroJlCan EuICafl ¬
ropean ICafl governments to redouble their theirexertions theirfXrtlons theirxrrttens
exertions to push lush forward n force to toFtkln toltkin
Pekln The main hope for speedy ao action aothn aotlII ¬
tion i III still In Japan Accordlngto the
Japanese legation here which bas late latef
f lvirf8 1 < i from Tokio 22000 Japaneo sol1 sol1or sot sotfS sols
< or < fS s rp r now oa 0 Chinuse Ch1neee1I will It tblolpLlrt t tptt
jrpfrt pLlrt Is true the Japanese gov goveminent go golrnmfnt govcrement
eminent has accomplished moro than th thanwaM n
was expected e tM and the officials sre no noreason norealon nopqnn
reason why the advance on Pekin PeklnfhUld PekinUll
fhUld Ull not begin bt > tln Immediately
Japan Is not expected to make this thiscampaign thispmpafgn thisipaign
campaign ipaign single handed The interna
ti I > nal al forces at Taku and Tien Tsin Tsinvjll Teinfloperate
vjll i1I reoperate to the utmost with the
Japanese army corps In the movement movementon
on n Ppkln What form orm that coopera cooperak coopernfin
fin k 1 > n shall take Is not known Such de details detaIl de1jT ¬
tails taIl will iiL be left to the commanders In Inthe
the I field fieldIt l tiIdIt dd ddIt
It is said that Japan Is to be com comj comTjsated
j Tjsated nsated sLtd for the work she Is about to toIMfrtiike totvr1rrtake toi
IMfrtiike i In the common cause Her Hermilitary Her1Jitary
military try preparations are very exten extenMVC eatenl
MVC 1 l and the campaign Is certain < to In Invf
J 1 vf heavy hav cost < ost It would be unjust
t > i expect Japan to meet this herself
tV 11 has no missionaries In China and andnsecjuently andnsfquenUy andsquently
nsecjuently f is s perhaps less interested interestedt interestedIthly
t > 1fi fihly < hly than any of the powers In the
tirJble I rthle happenings In Shan Tung and
If hkln I km It is conjectured that this ques
tiin tl t 11 I of compensation Is after all what
Id 1 caused the apparent delay In the theIP the1humpU thetrnptiIn
IP 1humpU umption < Ul of the campaign against againstIn
V jt kin k in but It t Is believed that this has hasr hlUlrw
r rw 1 len adjusted adJu t d and operations will
I I gross gT S rapidly rapldlIf
If UK ti powers have agreed upon the
fTtn f 1111 Japans indemnity indemnlt Is to assume assumeii
ii 1 facts cannot be elicited here The
cession slon however is that there will
I I 1 money oiiey indemnity the belief being
i 1 1 I on the fact that such is the theiiv
< iiv 11 form i mt of indemnity Indemnlt so far suggest suggestVl suggestihit
Vl 1 that would be the least likely to toniise toj
niise j J I international jealousies
Either China hlna itself or the powers powersr
ciiftively r Iivpl twely would have to provide for forInyment
1 V Inyment of this indemnity Indemnit though thoughn
n in the first ease It is II probable that
i powers i > wrE contribution would be In Innature
1 i nature i ttur of a loan and ant in the end endma
I ma 11 would tild l he > e obliged obli ed to make good goodii
I ii lvanve vance through some forms of ofvilion ofIinn
vilion vilioniin Iinn
iin I state department deJ Rrtment has not yet
T > 1 1 officially tf dally from the Russian gov govfrtncnt go gornltnt
frtncnt flt as to Japans proposition to
1 > y > the h major portion of the force forceKifl
j Kifl I IpI 1 for the Pekin campaign but buts
f > s riot n t the least doubt that Russia Russian
kts kf no n objection In fact the de deiinrnt de1Int dert
iinrnt 1Int rt has ias gathered that all the theIan thei
i Ian 1 I1 governments
have taken
a air ar aview
ir r view yip of o the Japanese Jap n propos proposlnA i
l t nA no it Is dlspos dI8 disposed d to fe feel I some somen
in n the > fact that the advances advancesIT
IT n the > first place by the govern
f r the Vnited States have brought broughtihis
11 ihis i IS state of affatNlT affairs affairsT
VI T IS I ANXIOUS ANXIOUSFOR ANXIOUSFOR ANXIOUSFOR
FOR THE MINISTERS MINISTERSington ITXISTERShinlton
ington ngton July Jul 7 7Xo No one In IniMon Inlln
iMon n i hJ more anxious to hear of ofv
I y v y o of f the foreign legations in inban
i ban t Wu Vu u Ting Fang the Chinese ChineseHe ChineseHe
He carefully reads every
r hines hin news that appears In Inand
Ir I ro and eagerly rlr asks all the ther thewho
r rs who call upon him for the the1fJoJlments thements
Ivoiopments ments in the Chinese sit
He H also keeps in close touch touchofficials
i officials tttials In Washington AIhlngton and androdi andr
inodical rodi r heal < al visits to the state de
nr n ti > ascertain ertIn if
any Intelll Intelllis IntelUome
is I come ome me to hand handkf bandrest handrest
rest In what Is taking place
hi kf k neat character as be re regrave regi
1 grave gi ave > danger with which his
U
jo > threatened Mr r Wu u while
iMve Rt of what wh may ma have hap
a result r ult of the existing dis dlss disIn
s in Pekin and nd other parts of
r 1 < hina still
clings to the hope
1 reports which have come of
ung lie of the legations and the
r t the ministers have
been
ex exand exoj
oj < < 1 and that when the truth truthT j
known affairs wll not be In
111I iheht ht In whlth T they are now
afj ttcj to be bf > At the same time I
no fl positive Information on
T bane tas his hopes resting them th m
n the belief that whoever hotver may
the iw > head
of the government gOcrnml nt
h 1 it bi to keep the unruly unrut element elemntja
a and prevent any wholasale w WiQlesaleI otesale
of r foreigners foreignersministers
Il I he
ministers are in the British rit1sh
BEiTiss TISE LEGATION AT PZKIN
Where Heroic Band of foreigners EbreIgners is is Withstanding W Withsta thstandingChin ± icang Chinese e Hordes ordes
easily admit of deflection to Taku or orsome orsome orsome
some other convenient Chinese port portPossibb
Possibly Crnsul General GooHnows GooHnowscablegram Goodnowscablegram Gootlnowscablegram
cablegram reporting the th legations le tions as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being active as late ns s the t a 3rd Inst may ma mahave
have something to rto with this radical radicalaction radicalaction radicalaction
action Whatever r the cause If these thesetroops thesetroops thesetroops
troops are landed Iand jn in China together tosetherwith toeth togetherwith r rwith
with the Ninth Infantry supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be now at Taku and the marine con conI contingent contingent
I tingent the United States will have a aforce aforce aforce
force In action commensurate comme1 urate with her herInterests herinterests herinterests
Interests and in proportion to the Euro European European European ¬
pean forces forcesJapan forcesJapan forcesJapan
Japan is to begin shipping troops to today today today ¬
day with the full consent of Europe Europeand Europeand i
and It is calculated calculat rl that full foreign foreignreinforcements foreignreinforcements
reinforcements Including our own will willarrive willarrive I
arrive in China if they the are landed land d at atall atall atall
all In season to finish the work left leftby leftby
by the Japanese JapaneseThe JapaneseThe JavaneseThe I
The orders today to the troops jt Is Isbelieved Isbelieved isbelieved
believed at the state st a c department have havean j jan
an Indirect but most Important bear j
may mahave have been bte discomfort dl comforton on n account accountof a count
of lack of sufficient suffi ieni food supplies I am amconvinced tUflconvinced
convinced It could c utd withstand attick
Surrounding Peln there were about
200 Englishspeaking people Some S mt of I
these succeeded suc eded In getting Into the le legatlon legation Iagatlon
gatlon others reached Tien Tsin Tam while whilemore whilemore
more were wer slaughtered Probably 125 125persons 125persons
persons gation we believe are within the ler lergation Ie legation I
Still 1rop Hopes op s For Diplomats DiplomatsThere DiplomatsThere
There Is still a greater reason for 11
believing the foreigners ofel prs within the th e Je Jegation Jegation j
gation have ae not been murdered While
the Boxers are In control of Pekln and andwhile andwhile 1
while the hue and nd cry is Kill foreign foreigners I
ers they are wise enough to know the i ideath
death knell of the cause they espouse espousewould espousewould j
would be bellound sounded ed in a wholesale wholesaleslaughter Wh wholesaleslaughter otesale otesaleslaughter
slaughter of foreign diplomats diplomatsThe
The German ambassador lost his hislife L Llife I
life not on account of his position but butbecause butecause butbecause
because ecause he was as a foreigner He yen ve I
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THAT THE PEOPLE MAY CHOOSE CHOOSEt CHOOSE1REPUBLICAN
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t 4 We demand d maod the immediate restoration restorationof of the thefree thefreeand free t t tand
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ing on the situation situationin in China Once the theviceroys theviceroys theviceroys
viceroys of central andsouthernChina and southern China
become satisfied that the foreign le legions legions Iagions ¬
gions are actually coming in force forcethey forcethey
they may be counted l upon to take the thewarningto thewarning thewarningto
warningto to themselves and continue to toobserve toobserve tooberve
observe neutrality neutrallt at least Evidentlr
Consul General Goodnows suggestion suggestionof sU stlon stlonof
of yesterday yesterdahas has had its effect for he hepointed hepOlntpd hepointed
pointed out himself the beneficial ef ¬
fects that the addition of troops to the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers now in China would ould have haveTHINKS haveTJIINXS ave aveTHINKS
THINKS LEGATION LEGATIONISSTHLSAFE LEGATIONIS LE AT1ON AT1ON1sST1i1Ij
ISSTHLSAFE ISSTHLSAFESeattle 1sST1i1Ij IS STILL SAFE SAFESeattle SAFESeattle
Seattle Wash WashJuly July 7 1J J D Clark Clarkeditor Clarleditor Clarkeditor
editor of thfe Shanghai Mercury and andwar andwar andwar
war correspondent of o the ie London News Newsarrived Newsarrived Newsarrived
arrived here today on o the i Rio Jun
Maru from Shanghai Sh ngh l
He has been a aresident aresident aresident
resident of China for forty years
Speaking of the tit conditions cond tlons there he
said saidI < u K
I see by the dispatches that hope
has been given up of the safety of the
foreigners in Pekin I cannot think I 1
the conditions warrant this belief and
am c r the opinion they are yet safe s e I
and ar will be for i reasonable length of
time There are about aboutloo 100 English Englishknow nglish I
speaking peopleInPekln people In Pekin and these we
know have taken t keir refuge la i the British
legation f Thabj Th bHn bjildingis Ildlng < lng Is a t large largeand and
strongly Ironsl > hal Jplace place andwhlle there
tured out alone while the hideous cries criesof I
of Kill the foreign devils were being beingshouted beingshouted
shouted from every corner He was wasrecognized wasrecognized wasrecognized
recognized as a foreigner and to my mymindthe my mymind mymind
mindthe mind the men men who did the work were werenot werenot werenot
not aware of his official position So SoI SoI
I say we need not give up hope for the theinmates theInmates theinmates
inmates of the British legation le leg < iUon tion yet al although although atthough ¬
though help hel > must be rendered render d soon soonPowers soonPowers soonPowers
Powers Slowness Brings Trouble TroubleI Troublelhae
I lhae have the best hopes for the afety
of Shanghai and the cities in the ad ¬
jacent provinces While > the viceroys
are the appointees of the empress ddwr ddw ddwagel dthvager
ager they are sensible enough to tocoun coun ¬
termand anything that would rob them L Lof
of their position They are not really
In sympathy with the Boxer movement movementand movementand
and are at least semifriendly toward
foreigners Of course while there the is I
dilatory action on the part of the pow powera powera
era the Boxers will gain strength and
to predict what they the are capable of
doing would be foolish foolishon
The ba banitward tward policy Or th tIe p iwezs iwezson w rs rson
on account of insufficlent troops i s has 11 11added 18 i
added strength to the Boxers arid attdto fo i
those who know now the country it is Isn Isnsurprise no ncsurprise i isurprise
surprise that the antiforeign antlfore move movement movement movemeat
ment Is extending southward It w wm > H I
be necessary for or the powers to gather gathera
a a sufficient force to not only take Pe i ikin
kin but to capture the emperor em em empr empress j
press pr ss dowager dowagerand and other otherBoxer Boxer heads i
Just rus as long 10 longas g as they arc ar allowed Jo free fr j jContinued I j
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Committee of Silver WingIssues WingIssues
I Issues a Manifesto ManifestoTRtiSTS ManifestoI ManifestoTRUSTS I IanifestoJ1STS
TRUSTS J1STS CONTROL CONTROLPARTY CONTROLPARTY CONTROLPARTY
PARTY OF LINCOLN LINCOLNWhite LINCOLNI LINCOLNYllitfiMetas IJNCOTJINWhiteMetals
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White YllitfiMetas Metals Friends Urged Ur ei to toVote t ty toV
Vote y Democratic te DemocraticTicket DemocraticTicketsas Ticket TicketKansas TicketKaiisas
Kansas sas City July Jul 7 7lhe The silver Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party today by its executive executivecommitfee executleommlttee executivecommitCee
commitfee Issued the following ad address address address ¬
dress dressTo dressTo dressTo
To the Silver Republicans of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesTh The Democratic na national national national ¬
tional convention convention of 1900 has nominated nominatedW
W J J Bryan for president and Adlai AdlaiE
E Stevenson for vice president The Thesilver Thesilver Thesilver
silver Republican national convention conventionof
of 1900has 1900 has nominated W T J J Bryan Bryanfor Bryanfor Bryanfor
for president > and referred the matter matterof matterof matterof
of a candidate for vice ice president to its itsnational Itsnational
national committee with power to act actYour actYour actYour
Your conynlttee has carefully con considered considered considered
sidered the whole matter It met In Inconference inconference
conference with the representatives of otthe ofthe
the Democratic and Peoples national nationalcommittees nationalcommittees nationalcommittees
committees and went over the ground groundfully groundtul
fully tul Your committee found Itself Itselfface itselftace itselfface
face to face with these facts factsIn factsIn factsIn
In 182S 189 1S thousands of voters who had
heretofore voted the Republican Re ublkan ticket
found themselves so widely Jt t variance variancewith variancewith ariancewith
with their partys platform that they theycould theycould
could not without selfstultification selfstultificationlonger selfstultificationlongeract
longer longeract act with the Republican party
In that year they found in the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic candidate for president and in inthe Inthe Inthe
the platform upon whiih whi h he stood a acomplete acomplete acomplete
complete and sufficient justification for forgiving forglYing forgiving
giving him their hearty support Withhim With
him they went down to defeat but In Inthat Inthat
that defeat won a victory for manhood
and patriotic Independence for which whichthey whlhthey whichthey
they have no apology apolo to offer and In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they feela feel a just pride They re retain retain retam ¬
tain tam and preserve the right to vote ote as astheir astheir astheir
their judgment dictates They bow to tono tono tono
no party part boss and have not abdicated abdicatedtheir abdicatedtheir abdicatedtheir
their right to think thinkRepublican thinkRepublican thinkRepublican
Republican Party Sells Out OutIn OutIn OutIn
In 1896 the Republican party made madea
a profound departure from the tradi traditions tra traditions l ltlons ¬
tions and interests of the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americanpeople
people and of that party by rejecting rejectinggold rejectingthe
the free coinage or sliver along with withgold withgold
gold and placing Itself In a a position to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt the gold standard This year ear it ithas Ithas Ithas
has declared unreservedly for the gold goldContinued goldContinued
Continued on Page 2 2THE 2THE 2THE
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PAGE ONE ONESilver ONESilver ONESilver
Silver Republicans Issue Address AddressPAGE AddressPAGE AddresuPAGE
PAGE TWO TWOEngland TWOEngland TWOEngiand
England Turns to Sport SportMacArthurs SportMacArthurs SportHacArthurs
MacArthurs List of Slain SlainGermany SlainGermany SlainGermany
Germany Leans L ans Toward Russia RussiaPAGE RUssiaPAGE RussiaPAGE
PAGE THREE THREESporting THREESporting THREESporting
Sporting News NewsPAGE NewsPAGE NewsPAGE
PAGE FOUR FOURBoy FOURBoy FOURBoy
Boy Becomes a Thief ThiefIt ThiefIt ThiefIt
It Was Not Smallpox SmallpoxMark SmallpoxMark SmallpoxIttark
Mark Hanna Buncoed Utah UtahPAGE UtahPAGE UtahPAGE
PAGE FIVE FIVERailroad FIVERailroad FIVERailroad
Railroad News NewsPower NewsPower NewsPower
Power Plant Is Embarrassed EmbarrassedKelseys EmbarrassedKelseys mbarrassedKelseys
Kelseys Han Goes In InPAGESLX InPAGE InPAGEiIIX
PAGESLX PAGESLXParis PAGE PAGEiIIXParis L LParis
Paris Millinery Company CompanyPAGE CompanyPAGE
PAGE SEVEN SEVENTom SEYENTom SEVENToni
Tom Kearns Is Rome KomePAGE HomPAGE RomePAGE
PAGE NINE XINEUtah NiNEUtah
Utah Girl as a Missionary Nissionaryepub1icans r
Republicans to Sold EoIdPrimaries EoIdPrimariesPAGIS Primaries PrimariesPAGE PrimariesPAGE
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WILL WILLTDECDE DECIDE TODAY too AS ASTO s sTo
TO TOWNES WITHDRAWAL WITHDRAWALconference
Conference at Bryans Home Will Settle Question QnestionWhether QuestionWbetkrTiiere QilestiollYliethcr
WbetkrTiiere Whether There Shall be Two Running Mates MatesLeaders lIatcsLeaders MatesLeaders
Leaders Home is a Mecca For Democrats Montana Dele Delegation Delegation Delegation ¬
gation Being the First to Arrive
I Lincoln d Neb eb July 7 7The 7Thei The Question questionwhether
I whether W J J Bryan Is 18to to have one onej oneor
or two running mates Is i expected exP c ted to be besettled besettled
settled at a conference that will be beheld beheld
j held at his hbme h me tomorrow with withCharles withCharles
Charles A A Towne and other Demo Democratic Demoand Democratic ¬
cratic and Populist leaders leadersCharles leadersCharle leadersCharles
Charles A Towne George Fred Wil WIIUams Wiltiaras Williams ¬
tiaras Joseph Daniel of North Carolina Carolinaand Carolinaand Carolinaand
and WHlIJ Willis J Abbott reached Lincoln Lincolnabout Lincolnabout
about midnight Mr Bryan met them themat themat themat I
t at thetrain the frain but remained with them themonly tbemonly themonly
only while they were being driven to totheir totheir
their hotel Mr Ir Towne declined to be beinterviewed beInterviewed beinterviewed
I interviewed pleading weariness and andretired andretired andretired
retired immediately I IWhether I
I Whether Mr Towne will remain un until until
til Tuesday when the vice presidential presidentialcandidate presidentialcandidate presidentialcandidate I j
candidate and nd Chairman Jones are to tobe i ibe
be here Is not known but the presump ¬ I
tion is that he will willSenator I
I Senator Blackburn is Usa t sll expected expectedthatday eanectedthat
thatday that dB day to take pert in the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬ 1
cratic ratification ratificationThe ratifilcationThe
The day following the three fusion tusionparties fusionparties j I
parties in Nebraska hold their state statenominating j i inominating
nominating conventions and the Dem DemocratiCleaders Democratic I Ii I
i ocratic ocratiCleaders leaders will wHlbe be urged to remain remainand j
i and address the delegates delegatesj II
j Mr Bryan was wasery very much provoked provokedto 1
to read today a fictitious interview with withhis i ihis i ihis
his fifteenyearold daughter Ruth Ruthwho Ruthwho I Iwho
who was attending attend the convention at atKansas I I IKansas
Kansas City The purported interview interviewIs 1
Is a lengthy one and covers > personal personaland personaland personaland
and public questions Mr Ir Bryan said saidthat saidthat j I
that occasionally he was misrepresent misrepresented j
ed himself as other public men are arebut arebut j jbut
but he thought the children ought ou ht to tobe tobe i
be spared The Interview Mr Bryan BryanI
I said was entirely entire without foundation foundationCongressman
Congressman Sulzer was one of to j I
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legation l he believes they can canfor hold out outfor outor
for f or some time Unless they have ex exhausted exhausted exausted ¬
hausted h their supplies of provisions and andammunition andammunition andmmunition
ammunition a he says a limited num number number sumer ¬
ber b er under favorable circumstances circumstancesmight circumstancesmlJht circumstancesmight
might hold out for a time against a aforce aforce aorce
force f orce of Chinese ten times as large largeMost largeMost largeMost
Most of the Chinese imperial troops troopshe troopshe
he l ie says are loyal to the government governmentand governmentand
and a nd he takes comfort in the hope that thatthey thatthey thathey
they t will uphold it in Its efforts to put putdown putdown putown
down d own the revolters revoltersThe revoltersThe revoltersThe
The minister does not believe there therewill therewfU thereill
will w ill be any demonstrations against for foreigners foreigners forigners ¬
eigners s in the centr centrl and southern southernprovinces Bouthernprovinces southernrovinces
provinces p of the empire Any An indica indications Indications indicaions ¬
pt tions t of that character he feels will be bepromptly bepromptly beromptly
promptly p put down by the vigilance of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he viceroys of the various provinces provincesDIPKOVEMENT provincesI provincesMPROVEMENT
DIPKOVEMENT I IN INSOUTHERN INSOUTHERN INSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN CHINA CHINAParis
Paris July Jul 7 iThe The French consul at atShanghai atShknghai athanghai
Shanghai S telegraphs under date of ofJuly ofJuly ofuly
July J uly 3 that the viceroys of Nankin NankinFou NankinFou NankinFou
Fou Chang Foo Chow and Szec Houn Hounand Hounand Hounnd
and a nd the governors of Kiang Si and andXgan andXgan andNgan
Xgan Houel have just issued a procla proclamation proclamlltlon proclamation ¬
mation couched In vigorous terms for forthe forthe forthe
the protection of foreigners The gov governor governor govrnor ¬
ernor e of Che Kiang alone It is added addedpublished addedpublished addedpublished
ef published Prince Tuans edict asalnrt asalnrtforeigners a againtoreigners lnt lntforeigners
foreigners f The consuls have informed informedthe informedthe informedhe
the t he admirals of the attitude of the lat latt latter mtsr
t ter sr r functionary A telegram from the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French consul at Tien Tsin Tam dated June Junes
28 I s said he then considered the situa situation situation sltuaion ¬
tion t somewhat Improved A telegram telegramfrom telegramtrom telegramrom
from f rom the French consul at Hoi How Howdated Howdated Howdated
dated July 7 says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The agitation of the past few days dayssubsided daysaub5ided dayssubsided
subsided and calm is reestablished reestablishedthanks reestabllshedthanks reestablishedthanks
thanks to the vigorous v orous measures of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he authorities authoritiesThe authoifUesThe authoritiesThe
The consul of France at Che Foo Foounder Foound Foounder
under und r date of July 4 transmits a ru rumor rumot ruoe ¬
mot m oe that Tung Fu Sian Is master of ofthe orthe ofthe
the situation at Pekln and Is prepar ¬
ing an edict against foreigners Rebels Rebelsthis Rebelsthis Rebelsthis
this consul also says occupy the Yel ¬
low river riverAMERICA riverAMERICA rIverA1ERICA
AMERICA ACTS ACTSWITH ACTSWITH ACTSwin
WITH MORE ENERGY ENERGYWashington ENERGYWashington
Washington July 7 iThe The issue I sue today todayof
of the formal orders for the dispatch to tothe tothe tothe I
the east of more than 6000 troops from fromthe fromthe
the army posts in the United States Stateswas Stateswas Stateswas I
1
was a a manifestation of the energy with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which the government Is now about aboutto abouttoact to i
act in the Chinese matter True these
troops are notnlnall nominally destined for tJ tJPhn J I
Philippines Phn PDlqes to t replace IJlaee the yoluntvrrs votunhers voluntsersnow I InQth
now nQth there e but It Is IsadmIUedth isadmitted admitted thai hey
arebcinjrsent are hdingsent Bent out outbya by A route1 rout thatwill tl atWlll I
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nights arrivals rrivalsfroni from Kansas City He Hecalled Hecatledon Hecalledon
called catledon on Mr Bryan BryanMontanans Bt13nMontanans Bryan1Iontanans
Montanans First to Arrive ArriveThe ArriveThe ArriveThe
The influx of Democrats on their way Va
i home from Kansas City began early earlyI
today when the he Montana delegation delegationstopped dee ation ationstopped I Istopped
stopped between trains and proceeded I
I
POPULISTS AGREE TO
A PRACTICAL fUSION
Kansas City July 7 7PractIroI Practical fu fusion fusion ¬ I
sion between the Democratic and Pop Populist Populist Populist ¬
ulist parties p rtles on onUle the presidential vr sldential ticket tickethas tickethas tickethas
has been beendecided decided upon by the Populist Populistnational Populistnational Populistnational
national committee Unless present presentplans presentplans presentplans
plans are changed however the Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic vice presidential 1 candidate candldatewill will millnot willnot
not be endorsed whether or not notCharles notCharles notCharles I
Charles A Towne decides to Irlthdraw Irlthdrawhis
his name as the candidate of the Popu Populist Popul1st Populist ¬
list party parl as this It is feared would wouldresult wouldresult I
result in a large defection to the mid middleoftheroad middleortheroad ¬
dleoftheroad Poimllsts Mr Towne Towneleft Towneleft Towneleft
left for forcjiome > bome ome late thisafternoon and andwill I Iwill Iwill
will stop stopover over at Lincoln at the invita invitation t ttlon Ition
tion of orv W J J Bryan Bryanly BryanThe I IThe
The whol whole situation will be thorough thoroughly t
ly discussed and upon Mr Bryans BryansIews i iviews
views will depend in a large measure measureMr measureMr I IMr I
Mr Tpjynes Toin decision In regard to the thevice i ivice Ilee
vice lee presidency HP > will not announce announcehisdeciion i ihisdecision I
hisdecision hisdeal ion until he has also had con I Iferences Ifere Iferences
ferences fere ncesWith with other O the leaders in both the theDemoctittlc j
Democratic and Populist parties and anduntil anduntil j juntil
until Jie he dqes communicate with the i iPopulist IPo IPopulist I
Populist Po uliSt national naton committee which whichWill whichwill j
Will not be b for several 5 days d aysat at least leastthat leastthat i
that h he will take no further l firther rther action actionWill actionwmx actionWilieep I
wmx Wilieep Will Keep p Candidate Candid te in Field PieldIn FieldIn I
In case case Mr MlTovn Towne decides ecides to with wlthdraw withdraw j c
draw his name nameath ajrthe vice presidential presidentialean I Icandidate
I candidate ean lidate of the Populist party the thenational thenatlQ thenational 1
national natlQ i1 committee viill tI1I select another anothercandldate anotherandl4ate anothercandi4ate
candldate The sentiment apparently i
is against the endorsement of Mr MrSteNens MrSteveadon j
Stevenson n on account of the th neculiar neculiarconditions neculiarconditions I Iconditions
conditions existing in several of the thewestern thew thewestern
western w stern states notably notAbl Kansas Ne Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska
braska and South Dakota Dako where the i i
>
ef efIqmsasC1tyJU1Y7The
i Kansas IqmsasC1tyJU1Y7The Kstn sasCity GItyJuly7r JulylThe The Democratic Democraticnational Democraticflati9nal
national li c committee mntittr resumed its ses sessionSi sesslonS seasions
sionSi slonS WdayiattheKansas today od 1atihexans at the Kansas s City C4t club clubRe1t clubResentath
Re Re1t Resentath rserilativeso eri is es o t l The e Populists P PUIit arid aildSilyeriRepubUcaiis isrldSIIVr
SilyeriRepubUcaiis SIIVr ° ub canJ attended tSe t e meet meetI
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I in a body to the Bryan home accom accompanied accompani accompanled
panied pani d by a band Mr Bryan was wasaroused Wa5aroused wasaroused
aroused and made mad a speech in which whichI whkhhe whwlihe
I he said he was greatly fatigued from fromIQSS fromIs
loss of sleep during the session of the tbaconvention theconvention
convention as he had spent the greater greaterpart Sleaterpart greaterpart
part t of the nights reading bulletins bulletinsfrom buIletinafrom bulletinstrain
from the convention and lad tad remained remainedup
up all night during the discussion dl6cu ion over overthe overthe overthe
the platform He apologized for not notbeing notbeing notbeing
being at the depot to meet the delega delegation delegatIon
tion but he had supposed after the thesessions thesessiQns thesessions
sessions of the convention lhe delegates delegateswould delegateswould delegateswould
would be Just as tired as he heMr helIr heMr
Mr Bryan asked for Senator Clark Clarkbut Clarkbut Clarkbut
but was told that the senator was not notin notin notin
in the party partyj part partIn
In the forenoon the Jacksbnlan Jac1ts nJan club clubof dubof clubof
of Omaha called on the presidential pr prdsidentialcandIdate Sidential Sidentialcandidate
candidate candidateThe candidateThe candIdateThe
The greatest demonstration of the theday theda theday
day da occurred this afternoon at Oclock 3ocJockwhen 3 Oclockwhen oclockwhen
when the Nebraska Traveling Mens MensBryan MensBryan MensBryan
Bryan club which had just returned returnedfrom returnedfrom
from Kansas City called caJJ calldon on the candi candidate candidate
date Mr Ir Bryan met them hem on the thefront thefront
front porch porchj
H B Tomson president of the club clubread dubread clubread
read the following address addressMr addressMr
Mr Bryan Our Friend and Nelgh NelghborWe NeIghborWe
bor borWe We have just returned home from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the national Democratic convention conventionOur conventionOur
Our party 1 > arty consisting of the Traveling TraellnSMens TravelingMens
Mens club the Bryan Home Guards GuardsContinental GuardsContinental GuardsContinental
Continental Guards and Hasenows H Hagenowsband enows enowsband
band desire to congratulate you upon uponyour uponyour
your nomination by the great united unitedDemocracy unitedDemocracy
Democracy to the highest office In the thegift thegift thegift
gift of the people of the nation The Theplatform Theplatform Theplatform
platform which you stand on is all allright allright allright
right your our running mate Is Kentucky Kentuckyborn Kentuckyborn
born he is a smooth rider and he is
all right and you are all right W Wtake WO WOtake Ve Vetake
take the opportunity to assure SSUre you you that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you will find us all In the front rank rankof rankof rankof
of the fight from this day until the theclose theclose theclose
close of the 1 polls > OJls next November NovemberI Novemberatading
I standing for you and for Nebraska Nebraskaand NebraskaI Nebraskaand
I and our reward will come on the 4th 4thday 4thday 4thday
< day of March at your inauguration at atWashington atI atWashington
I Washington when we will march down downPennsylvania downPennsylyania downPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue headed by Hage Hagenows Hagenows Ragenows
nows band b2ndCheers
bandCheers
Cheers for Bryan BryanMr EryanMrBryan BryanMr
Mr MrBryan Bryan was cheered as he began beganand beganand beganand
and concluded his response He said saidin saidin saidin
in part partI art tartI > artI
I am glad to see yon on in such good goodspirits goodsplrItsforthe goodspirits
I spirits splrItsforthe for the fight wljteh whkhls is ahead I Iam Iam Iam
am proud of you and I am proud of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Njetoraaka people and I am glad gladand glad7c
7c Cf wn wnc wnt t t K KPnse fr Pt rterester1 rterester1and tr t er er1Bi
c 1Bi t A JII Pi IQ A 0 0and
I and women vom omen d of our state 1 tauRratu tauRratulate tengratulate rdLU rdLUlate
late the state as well as myself on the thedelegation thedelegation thedelegation
delegation of fifteen that went to Kan Kansas Kansas Karlam ¬
sas City to represent us in the national nationalDemocratic nationalDemocratic nationalDemocratic
Democratic convention You served as asan asan asan
an example before the others I have havegrown havegrown havegrown
grown somewhat tired of o serving as a asample asample >
sample for so long longI
I I wantto want to assure you OU that should shouldthe shouldthe shouldthe
the Democratic candidate be the one oneto oneto oneto
to be inagurated next March I shall shallrefuse shallreruse shallrefuse
refuse to allow the inauguration to pro proceed proceed proceed ¬
ceed unless Hagenows bandis there I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to assure you OU that I would rather ratherhave ratherhave ratherhave
have you in your our plain clothes clo hesofficiate hesofficiatein officiate officiatein
in my inauguration than to have uni uniformed ni niformed ii iiformed ¬
formed soldiers Not but what a cer certain er ertainnumber ertam ¬
tain tainnumber tam number of soldiers are right in intheir Intheir intheir
their place but the resources of this thisnation thisnation thisnation
nation is her men who are willing to towork towork towork
work and fight between times timesauds timesLauds timesLauds
Lauds auds the Platform PlatformNo
No party ever adopted a platform platformbetter platformbetter platforntbetter
better than that adopted at Kansas KansasCityJ KansasCit KansasCity
City Cit It Is plain and explicit on every everysubject eerysubject everysubject
subject I have been Informed by sev several several several ¬
eral gentlemen that It was just justlike justlikean like likean Ukean
an oldfashioned Methodist campmeet campmeeting ¬
ing I believe however there wer a afew afew afew
few distinguishing characteristics such suchas
as the manifestation of enthusiasm by bya bya
a cakewalk or a danceFour dance danceFour danceFour
Four years ago there were those thosewho thosewowent thosewho
who wowent went out from the convention to towork tc tcwork t twork
work against the ticket and this tleafo tleafothe yjeaathe cat catHie
the hall had to be enlarged to admit admitthose admitthose admitthose
those who wanted to come back All Allthis at atthis f fthis
this indicates good for the party
I Populist vote is larger than the Dem Democratic Democratic Dentocratic ¬
ocratic and where the Populist leaders
fear the straight endorsement of the
Democratic ticket would jeopardize the thesuccess thesuccess thesuccess
success of the ticket ticketBut ticketBut ticketBut
But the parties will work together togetherIn
In states where Populist strength is isthe isthe
the greater the understanding will be bethat
that the electors on both tickets will
favor Brvan and Towne This will willapply willappl willapply
apply especially to the western states
In the southern states and in other othersections othersections othersections
sections where the Populists admit ildmlttheir
their party Is distasteful to the th Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats the electoral tickets will be for
Bryan and Stevenson StevensonWill Stevensonwill
Will Unite on Stevenson StevensonIn
In the electoral college according to tothe tothe tothe
the general plan as outlinedit outlined it is the theintention
intention to unite the vote probably probablyon
on Mr Stevenson This general pan panwas pJanwas panwas
was outned at the meeting of thE th
Populist national committee which vas as
held last night at the close of the meet meeting meeting
Ing between conference committees of otthe
the Democratic Populist and silver
Republican parties and which adjourn adjourned ¬
ed early today after a protracted de debate debate ¬
bate bateThe
The Ih whole idea is to concentrate our Ur
forces and work for the success of Wil Vil VilHam Vil11am
Ham J J Bryan said former Congress Congressman Congressman
man RIdsely of Kansas today The TheDemocratic
Democratic platform and ticket tlck t is sat
Isfactory to us but peculiar condi conditions cmdftfons conditions
tions exist in many of the st states tes where whereour wheteour
our strength is the greatest and we weconsider weconsider weconsiderit
consider considerit v it advisable to have a com complete complete cornpiete
plete Populist ticket in the field as is in inthis inthis
this way we can best hold our forces
M rioq P jj 4J N SflTS T IES PLEDGEF PLEDGE PLD6UBRYAN
F RnRYAN BRYAN AND STEVENSON
ing Nearly every state in which the thePopulist thePopulist thePopulist
Populist and Silver Republican Repub1t an strength strengthis slIensth slIensthIs
is necessary to carry the state statetor for the theDemocracy theDe theDethocraey
Democracy De cracy waspledgedtq waspl was Ipldgedtq ged tct Bryan and andSteyenson andStQ andSttensou
Steyenson StQ on The TheextpU9ns exception were e T N Ne
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