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THE BOURBON NEWS PA1 PARIS Iy KT KyFIUDAY FRIDAY JULY 20 1900 I 8 C
r 1r 1 nlmERS FOR CHINAUncle CHINA CHINAIUncle
Uncle Sam Will Send S nd All the Avail Available A Available van vanable ¬
able Troops at Once OnceThe Oncerxhe OnceThe
The rxhe President Has Plenty of Money Moneyat lIonelAt Moneyut
< at His Disposal and an An Extra ExtraSession ExtrASession ExtraSession
Session of Congress Is Not Notat Notat Notat
at All Necessary NecessaryWashington NeccssaryWashington NecessaryWashington
Washington July 17 i hThe The decision decisionof decisionof
of the administration at present is isthat isthat isthat
that the United Unite States government is isstill is5till isstill
still not at war with the government governmentof
of China The big happenings at atTienTsin atTienTsin atTienTsin
TienTsin coming on top of the sto stories stories stories
ries of the last struggles at Peking Pekinghave Pekinghave Pekinghave
have not affected the attitude of the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration on this point the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and China are techni technipcally technically technircaly
pcally at peace But this statementshould statement statementshould statementshould
should not be accepted as indicating indicatinga
a purpose on the part of the United UnitedStates UnitediStates UnitedStates
States to withhold its hand from the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration of swift and adequate adequatepunishment adequatepunisbment adequatepunishment
punishment upon the Chinese with without without without
out regard to station who may be re responsible responsible responsible
sponsible for the outrages of the past pastfew pastfew pastfew
few weeks It means simply that thegovernment the thegovernment thegovernment
government of the United States feels feelsthat feelsthat feelsthat
that it can best achieve that purpose purposeby purposer purposelbY
r by regarding the status officially as asone asone
one of peace To hold otherwise otherwisewould otherwisewould otherwisewould
t would seriously cripple the governwent govern government government ¬
ment in its efforts to obtain satisfac satisfaction satisfaction satisfaction ¬
tion for the outrages the Americans Americansiu
r iu China have suffered We Ve should shouldfind shouldfind
1 find the ports of China now open to tonis toI tous
i I Us closed and all sorts of impedi impediments imp di diments ¬
ments would be encountered which whichiare whichare whichare
are now missing Therefore accord accordtjing according according
ing to the administration view a dec declaration declara deelaration ¬
laration lara tion of war would afford not even evena
a technical gain while it would acty act actually actuaUy ¬
b ually be a heavy drawback drawbackChairman drawbackChairman drawbackChairman
Chairman Cannon of the house ap appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
propriations committee is authority authorityior authorityior authorityfor
ior the statement that money in plen plenty plenty plenty
ty is at the disposal of the president presidentto presidento t
to meet the present emergency andthat and andthat andthat
that there is no necessity for a called calledcsession calledsession
4 session of congress on that scoreI score scoreThe scoreThe
I The day was the most exciting excitingWashington excitmgI excitingWashington
I Washington has known since the bat battle batI battle t
tle of Santiago At the very begin beginming begInmi beginacing
I ming mi g came Adm Remeys cablegram cablegramannouncing cablegramnnouncing cablegramannouncing m
announcing the defeat of the allied allieddforces alliediorccs allie allieforces d
forces at TienTsin Tien sin A special cabinet cabinetmiceting cabinetl1ceting cabinetmeeting
meeting was held on receipt of this thismews thismews thi thimews s
mews with such members present as asiare asare a aare s
are in town Great reluctance was wasmanifested wasmanifested wa wamanifested 5
manifested on the part of the partici participants participants participants ¬
pants to answer questions as to th thnature the thenature thenature e
nature of the deliberations The best bestindication bestindication bes besindication t
indication of its nature was the de departure departure departure ¬
parture for the white house of Secre Secretary Secretar Secretary ¬
tary tar y Hay immediately immediatel p after the meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing He sat down and had a long talk talkwith talkwith tallwith
with President McKinley over the thelongdistance thej th thlongdistance e
longdistance telephone and it soon soonbecame soonbecame so sobecame ° n
became known that the president ha hadecided had haddecided haddecided d
decided that it would be best for him himto himto hi hito
j
to come back from Canton to the na national national national ¬
tional capital capitalThe capitalThe capitalThe
The cabinet officers talked over the thepossibilities theq th thpossibilities e
q possibilities > ossibilities of reinforcing the troop troopsin troopin troopin
in in China ChinaThe ChinaThe ChinaThe
The estimates varied as to how howmany howmany how howmany y
1 many could be spared but the general generalopinion generalopinion genera
opinion was that somewhere betweei between n
i I 4000 and 8000 men could be shipped shippedto d
to the east from Cuba and the UnitedStates United UnitediStates UnitedSt 1
States St tes in addition to the troops al already already already
ready under orders A statement pre prevpared prepared prepared
pared by Adjt Gen Corbin shows that thatthere thatthere tha thathere t
there are now a grand total of 10665 10665officers 10665officers 1066 1066officers 5
officers and men in China en route to toChina toChina t tChina °
China enroute to Nagasaki or under underorders underorders undeorders r
orders for Nagasaki Tins This table o ocourse of ofcourse ofcourse f
course includes the illfated 9th in infantry infan infantry ¬
fantry fan try which may not be in condition conditionfor conditionfor conditiofor n
for further service Gen Woods Toods last lastreports lastreports las lasreports t
te
reports indicate that owing to the thetranquillity thetranquillity th thtrangiiillity e
tranquillity prevailing in Cuba it will willbe willbe wil wilbe 1
be entirely safe to decrease the mili military military milit
t tary force there quite largelyvI largely largelyWashington largelyYashington
vI Washington July Jul 17 17Gen Gen Miles Milesliad Mile Milelead Milcslmd s
lead an extended conference with the thesecretary thesocretary th thsecretar e
secretar secretary of of war concerning the dis dispatch dispatc11 dispatchi
patch of reinJtorcemer ts to China No Nostatement Nostatcment N Nstatement °
statement could cOl11d be secured secureq as to the thercsuli therosul1 to toresull c
rcsuli of this thi conference c nf rence l3ut it is isunderstood is11nderstood i s
understood that Gen Miles very veryrstrongly verrstrongly ver verstrongly r
strongly urged that the troops be i1 i1mediately iih itnmediately iihmediately
mediately withdrawn with rawn from the Phil Philippines PhilIJpines Philippines ¬
ippines so that a large army could be bethrown betl b ba ti
i tlrown tl thrown rown into China within a compara comparatively comparatively a ¬
tively few days da ps instead of awaiting awaitingthe awaitingthe awaitin awaitinthe
the the slow sl w processes of assembling an anarmy unarmy nt ntarmy
army in this country and Cuba and andthen andthen ai aithen d
then getting it to China The troopin troops troopsin troopsin s
in the Philippines could make the thetrip tli tlitiacross °
1 trip tiacross across aCI9ss to China in about a weekivhile week weekwhile wepkI
I while the dispatch of troops from tins tinscountry thiscountry th i icountry s
country will take considerably more morethan moretItan mor morthan e
than a month and the men men can hard harddy hardi hardly
i dy be on the field until September SeptemberNotwithstanding SeptemberNotwithstanding Septemberilot
Notwithstanding ilot ot ithstandinb Gen Miles files recom recomanendation recommendation recornznendation
anendation the apparent policy is to toforward toIQ1ward t tdQrward o
forward the troops to China from fromthis trc trcthis rcm rcmthis m
this country and Cuba as as fast as they theycan theJcnn tlie r rcan
can be assembled With lV h the sending sendingof sendi sendiu sendiuof g gofSOOO
ofSOOO of 8000 or 10000 men provision will willdoubtless willdoubtless wildoubtless 1
doubtless be made for an officer of ofliigh oflligh o f
high rank to take command of this thisforce thisforce thi thiforce S
force Gen Miles has recommended recommendedthat recommendedthat recommendetltat d
that Maj Iaj Gen Bates who commanded commandeda d
at = a brigade with credit in Cuba be beplaced beplaced b bplaced e
placed in command He is now in the theThilippincs theIhilippines th thThilippines e
Thilippincs and could readily reach reachthe reachtIle read readthe h
the field of action The disposition dispositionhowever dispositionbowever dispositionlowerer n
however is toward sending an officefrom officer officertfrom officerrom r
from rom this country and as the condi conditions conditions Bonditions ¬
tions are are So o rapidly expanding Gen GenIMiles Gen3iles
Miles is frequently referred to as likely like likuJy likeJy I
Jy to assume command of the Ameri American Amerinn ¬
can 4 nn forces in the Orient OrientTroops OrientTroolls OrientTroops
Troops Ordered to China ChinaChicago ChinaChicago ChinaChicago
Chicago July 16 16The The depot ba batalion bat battalion bat4nlion t ¬
talion of the 5th United States infant infantTy infantr
Ty r y yeeiv stationed at Ft Sheridan has re received reeiv ¬
ceived eeiv eiv d orders to go to China Within Withintwo Withftwo Vithinwo n
two wo yeeics veeRs the other two t o battalions battalionsof battali battalion4if ns nsof
of the th regiment are expected pecte < d Jrom JromCuba from from1Jubo fro m
4 Cuba uba ubal
l ° Death of Earl W BJoUsrett BJoUsrettNew BJlIgettNew BotlgcttNew
New York July 17 l7rhe The death ofEarle of ofJSarle o i
5 Earle Walter Blodgett at Manila la laannounced UIannpunced 1 1announced y
announced He was for years a lead leadIng lead1ng leadlag
lag Ing merchant of that city an4 and was wasInvolved wa wanvofvell as asInvolved s
i Involved I Ia nvofvell an jr n many difficulties difficutiesowi1J owing t to toSpanish toUpanish o
Spanish a apish hatred of Americana can
JAPANESE AND CHINESE FIGHT FIGHTThree FIGHT FIGHTThrce
Three Hundred Hnndred of the Former Whip WhipBOO
500 of the Latter In a Street Row RowNear RowNcar flowcar
Near car Vancouver B C CVancouver CVancouver
Vancouver B C July IS lSA A des desperate d a s sperate ¬
perate fight took place at the fish fishing fis fisiug fishiiig ¬ =
ing town of Stevenson on the Frazer Frazerriver Frazerriver Frazer Frazerriver
river between 800 Japanese and Chi Chiese Chiese Chiese
ese There is a big fishermens strike strikeon strikeon strikeon
on at Stevenson involving 7000 7000Japanese 7000Japanese 7000Japanese
Japanese and whitemen and 3000 Gfii 0liinese Gfiinese O i inese
nese and the Japanese and Chinesewere Chinese Chinesewere Chinesewere
were idle idleA idleA
A street row between a Japanese Japaneseand Japaneseand Japaneseand
and a Chinaman occurred over a a dis dispute dispute dispute ¬
pute as to whether or not a Japanese Japanesearmy Japanesearmy Japanesearmy
army of 10000 men could whip a Chi Chinese Chinese CMnese ¬
nese army of 100000 in the present presentwar presentwar presentwar
war in China The Japanese cut off offthe offthe offthe
the Chinamans queue to emphasize emphasizehis
his argument and in five minutes 300 300Japanese 300Japanese 300Japanese
Japanese engaged in a handtohand handtohandfight handtohandfight handtohandfight
fight with 500 Chinese The small smallposse smallposse smallposse
posse of police was powerless to in interfere interfere interfere ¬
terfere and thousands of white fish fishermen ffshermen Kshermen
ermen watched the fun In twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes the Japanese had broken so somany somany somany
many Chinese noses and cut off so somany somany somany
many queues that the t e Chinamen fled fledUNDER fledUNDER fledUNDER
UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG FLAGLeading FLAGLeading FLAGLeading
Leading Chinese Merchants of of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Will Vill Offer Their Services Serv Services Services ¬
ices to Uncle Sam SamSan SnmSan SamSan
San Francisco July 18 1SHo Ho Yow Yowthe Ymvthe Yowthe
the imperial consul general of the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese empire is officially preparing preparingto
to receive passports for himself and andhis andhis andhis
his attaches In an interview he said saidI
I understand that Minister Wu Vu at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington is ready to leave at any anytime anytime anytime
time I have not as yet received def definite definite definite ¬
inite orders from him himContinuing himContinuing himContinuing
Continuing Ho Yow added The TheChinese TheChinese TheChinese
Chinese in this state to a man are areheart areheart areheart
heart and soul against the Boxersand Boxers Boxersand Boxersand
and the awful crime they are commit committing commiting committing
ting ing against humanity I have just justattended justttended justattended
attended a meeting of the leading
Chinese merchants of San Francisco Franciscoat
at which it was decided that they theywould theywould theywould
would immediately close their busi business business business ¬
ness here if necessary and offer theirservices their theirservices theirservices
services to the United States as vol volunteers volunteers ¬
unteers to go to China and fightunder fight fightunder fightunder
under the United States flag with the theallied theallied
allied powers powersHONDURAS powersHONDURAS I IHONDURAS
HONDURAS INUNDATED INUNDATEDA
A Wide Section of the Country Countryl Countryltng la lall
ll BLmp inK Devastated By a aFlood QFlood aFlood
Flood FloodNew FloodNew
New Orleans July 18 lSA A wide sec section section section ¬
tion of Honduras is being devastated devastatedby devastatedby devastatedby
by a flood which started in the moun mountains mountains mounfocus ¬
tains about ten days ago The first firstnews firstnews firs firsnews t
news of the alarming conditions conditionsreached conditionsreached
reached this city through passengers passengerson s
on the steamer Breakwater Practi Practically Practically ¬
cally the entire length of the Hondu Honduras Honduras ¬
ras railroad is inundated and all traf traffic traffic traffie ¬
fic has been abandoned In places the thewater thewater thewater
water stands six sL feet over the road roadbed roadbed ¬
bed
Plantations have been injured J Jthe an and andthe andthe d
the destruction of bananas by the thestorm thestorm th e
storm will be b very heavy The Breakwater Break Breakwater Breakwater ¬
water which usually brings about
18000 bunches of bananas brought broughtless broughtlegs
less than half a cargo as there was wasno wasno wa s
no way to get the fruit to the port portNo portNo portNo
No estimate couldbe could be made of the thedamage thedamage th thdamage g
damage when the Breakwater sailed sailedbecause sailedbecause
because the flood was still too high highto highto hi g h
to foot up the losses but the devasta devastation devastation devastation ¬
tion is said to be great and the loss losswill losswill los s
will fall heavily upon the banan banana bananaplantation bananaplantation a
plantation owners ownersFUNERAL ownersFUNERAL
FUNERAL INTERRUPTED INTERRUPTEDCofllii
Coffin Containing Parks Panics Pnrl H Body At Attachcil Attache1
tachcil by Undertaker Unlertal er Who Had HadBnrictl lIatBurietl HadBuried
Buried the Dead Mans Wife WifeMantau VUcfantau
Mantau N J July 18 lSThe The funeral funeralof funer funerof l
of Isaac Parks who died last week weekfrom weekfrom wee weefrom
from exposure was interrupted by b bthe y
the appearance of Constable Dopson Dopsonwho
who 110 held an attachment on the coffin coffinand coffinand cof n
and household effects When the offiver of officer officer ¬
ficer arrived at the house the funeral funeralwas funeralwas funerawas l
was well wcllllnder under way and as the corpswas corpse corpsewas corpsewas e
was about to be taken from the dwell dwelling dwelling ¬
ing to the hearse the constable in informed informed informed ¬
formed the son of the deceased of his hiserrand iii iiierrand 1is 1iserrand s
errand Undertaker Shreve who wa wain was wasin wasin s
in charge objected strongly to the theproceedings theproceedings th e
proceedings but the officer would not notallow notallow no t
allow the coffin to be reinoved removed until untilthe untilthe untithe i
the judgment b bwhich he had was satisfied satisfiedwhich satisfiedwhich
which was done by a friend of the thefamily thefa th e
family fa mil Jr Six years year ago Undertaker UndertakerCoiiway UndertakerConway
Conway of Woodbury buried Mr MrParks MrParl MrParks
Parks Parl s wife The bill was not paidGen paid paidGen paidGcn
Gen IV V P I Hazen Dead DeadTampa DeadTampa
Tampa Fla July 18 lSGen Gen W P PHazen PHazen
Hazen uncle of Brig Gen Hazen HazenMrs HazenMrs HazenMrs
Mrs George Deweys first husband husbanddied husbanddied husbanddied
died at Thonotosassa after an illness illnessof illnessof s
of several weeks
Gen Hazen was waaborn wasborn wa s
born in Marion 0 and was 84 years yearsold yearold ears earsold s
old He was a man of much wealth wealthand wealthand i
and had been a resident of Thouoto Thouotosassa Thonotosassa
sassa for 15 years yearsGnild rears rearsGuiltl
Guild Declines Del 1ines the Office OfficeWashington O lce lceVashington
Washington July 17 17Curtis Curtis Guild Guildof Guildof
of Boston who was tenderd the ¬
ap appointment appointment
pointment of first assistant postmaster postmaster postmas postmsster ¬
ter general to succeed Perry S SHeath SHeath SHeath
Heath has declined to accept the of office office offive ¬
fice The reason given for his action actionis actin actinis n
is the pressure of private business businessinterests businessinterests businesinterests s
interests interestsConld interestsCould interestsCould
Could Not Agree on a Scale ScalePittsburgh ScalcPittsburgh ScalePittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pa July 18 lSA A seeon second secondfutile secondfutile d
futile attempt was was made to sett settthe settle settlethe settlethe s
the glass chimney scale for the com coming coming ¬
ing fire The workers insisted on ontheir ontheir o otheir n
their demand for an advance of to ten tenper tenp n
per p cent on the th hand scale and the themanufacturers themanufacturers th thmanufacturers e
manufacturers refused re used to grant gr nt itStrike it itStrike ittrlke
Strike IoJ I Still On OnNew OnNew
New York July 18 1SThe The he grea greastrike greastrile great
strike of the cigarmakers in this city cityis cityis cit citis y
is still on and andDOeO 9pCO workers half h lf of ofwhom ofwhom o i
whom are ar girls are are re idle The Th Anier Anierlean Arner Arnercan
lean can Federation Feder tion of Labor is s aiding aidingthe aidiIJeth aidin aidinthe g
the th strikers
> e
PHILIPPINE PHI IPPINE CASUALTIES CASUALTIESGen
Gen G en BZacArtlmr Reports the Death Deathof Dcathof Deathsof
of a Number of Soldiers In InHis inHis inHis
His Command CommandWashington ComnlnndVashington
Washington July 19 19Gen Gen MacAr MacArthur MacArthur MacArhur
thur t hur has cabled the war department departmentthe
the following list of deaths from battie bat battle battle ¬
tle and diseases in the Philippines Philippinessince Philippinessince Philippinessince
since last report reportDysentery reportDysenterJP8ergt reportDysenterySergt
Dysentery DysenterJP8ergt Sergt Earl H PerkJerry Perk PerkJerry PerkJerry
Jerry Denton Hugh B Duncan Jas JasE JasE JasE
E McEntosh Musician Thos G Will Willburn Willburn Willburn
burn Morris Gordon Jos M Judy JudyAlbert JudyAlhert Judylbert
Albert A lbert M Seecholts Farrier Geo Farrow Far Farrow Farrow ¬
row Vim Vm Burke Harry W v Thomas ThomasChas ThomasChas ThomasChas
Chas Miller Thos Sellers Jos J os B BMoller BMoller BMoller
Moller and John F Young YoungEndocarditis YoungEndocarditisVillis YoungEndocarditisWillis
Endocarditis EndocarditisVillis Willis L McFarland McFarlandPurpura McFarlandPurpura McFarlandPurpura
Purpura Hemorrhage HemorrhageGustave Gustave D DDoble DDoble DDoble
DobleTyphoid Doble DobleTyphoid DobleTyphoid
Typhoid Fever FeverJos Jos Smith Frederick Freder Frederick Frederick ¬
ick S Suter Frank B Burbanks and andWm andVm andWm
Wm Vm Dowell DowellVariola DowellVariolaLouis DowellVariolaLouis
Variola VariolaLouis Louis Mitchell Mitchell Edward EdwardEose EdwardRose EdwardRose
Rose Albert Carter Albert L Brown Brownand Brownand Brownand
and Vollie Knight KnightDied KnightDied KnightDied
Died from wounds received in ac action actionVilliam actionWilliam
tion tionVilliam William Murphy and SamuelBandy Samuel SamuelHardy SamuelHardy
Hardy HardyDiarrhoea HardyDiarrhoeaJulius BandyDiarrhoeaJulius
Diarrhoea DiarrhoeaJulius Julius Johannsen and andGeo andGeo andGeo
Geo E Manson MansonDrowned MansonDrownedGeo MansonDrownedGeo
Drowned DrownedGeo Geo W Robinson and andCorp andCorp andCorp
Corp Calvin H Eoff EoffTuberculosis EoffTilberculosis8ergt EoffTuberculosisSergt
Tuberculosis Tilberculosis8ergt Sergt Maj George GeorgeBinns GeorgeBinns GeorgeBinns
BinnsTyphlitisJosh Binns BinnsTyphlitis BinnsTyphlitisJosh
Typhlitis TyphlitisJosh Josh Lane LaneSuicide LaneSuicide LaneSuicide
Suicide shot in the head eadOliver eadOliverE Oliver OliverE
E GreeneInjuries Greene GreeneInjuries GreeneInjuries
Injuries While Vhile Fighting FightingElijah Elijah J JWebb JVebb JWebb
Webb WebbAlcoholism WebbAlcoholismEdward VebbAlcoholismEdward
Alcoholism AlcoholismEdward Edward Costello CostelloPhthisis CostelloPhthisisAlfred CostelloPhthisiS
Phthisis PhthisisAlfred PhthisiS Alfred B Congar CongarMalaria CongarMalaria CongarMalaria
Malaria Fever FeverJas Jas McNerney and andSamuel andSamuel
Samuel G WilsonEnterocolitisGeo Wilson WilsonEnterocolitis VilsonEnterocolitisGeo
Enterocolitis EnterocolitisGeo Geo W Frey FreyCause FreyCause FreyCause
Cause Unreported UnreportedJas Jas L WilliamsWm Williams WilliamsWm ViIliamsYm
Wm Fitzgerald Irvan H Mills lills and andCorp andCorp andCorp
Corp Ellis Guss GussPericarditis GussPericarditisJas GussPericarditisJas
Pericarditis PericarditisJas Jas Patten PattenWATER PattenWATER PattenWATER
WATER FOR TROOPS TROOPSSterilizing TROOPSSterlJl7Ing TROOPSSterilizing
Sterilizing and Distilling Plant toAccompany to toAccompany toAccompan
Accompany the Soldiers toBe to toBe toDe
Be Sent to ChinaWashington China ChinaWashington ChInaWashington
Washington July 19 1DThe The quarter quartermasters qua quartermasters ter termasters ¬
masters department has made a re requisition requisition requisition ¬
quisition for something over 14000 14000for 14000for 14000for
for apparatus to supply the troops troopsof
of the Chinese expedition pure pure drinking drink drinking drinking ¬
ing water The department already alreadyhas alreadyhas alreadyhas
has placed orders for sterilizers and anddistilling a anddistilling d ddistiling
distilling plants Which will furnish
32500 gallons of pure water a dayThe day dayThe dayThe
The sterilizing plants will make 25000 25000gallons 25000gallons 25000gallons
gallons of potable water per dayThese day dayThese dayThese
These will be used inland where foul foulwater foulwater foulwater
water and suspicious well water is encountered en encountered encountered ¬
countered counteredThe counteredThe
The distilling distilling plants will furnish
7400 gallons a day daJrand and can be used at atneed atneel
need on the sea coast where saltwater salt saltwater saltwater
water will be rendered fit for drink drinking drintring drinking ¬
ing This is the most expensive e pensive water waterpurifying waterpurifying waterpurifying
purifying plant the United States everhas ever everhad everha
ha had attempted to send with an army armyin arm rmy rmyin Y Yin
in the th > field It is thought that with withthe withthe withthe
the addition of boiling water on the theportable theportabl
portable cooking ranges this will fur furnish furish ¬
nish ish an adequate supply for the whole wholearmy wholearmy wholearmy
army
THE BLUE AND GRAY GRAYTlie GRAYThe GRAYThe
The Vanguard of the Veterans of the theCivil theChon
Civil War Var Gathered at Clinttu Clinttuiioopra Chnttanooga Chattanooga
nooga Tenn TcnnAtlanta TennAtlanta TennAtlanta
Atlanta Ga July 19 1Dlhe The van vanguard an anguard ¬
guard of the veterans who wore the theblue theblue theblue
blue and the gray in the battles battlesaround battleaarom
around arom c1 Atlanta during the civil war wararrived wararrived wararrived
arrived in the city Wednesday The Theformal Theformal Theformal
formal exercises of the blue and gray grayreunion grayreunioq grayreunio
reunion reunioq will begin Thursday when the thethe thethe thethe
the vi visitors itors will be shown over the thebattlefields thebattlefields thebattlefields
battlefields upon which 36 years ears ago agothey agothey agothey
they engaged in conflict conflictMany conflictMany conflictMany
Many distinguished guests have ar arrived arrived ¬
rived and every section of the country countrywill countrywill countrywill
will be b represented by exunion and andexconfederate andexconfederate
exconfederate soldiers soldiersGen soldiersGen soldiersGen
Gen A P Stewart the oldest living living livinggeneral livinggeneral b
general of the confederacy and Gen GenW GenYo GenW
W Yo G Johnson past grand commander commanderof
of tl the e Grand Army of the Republic Republicarrived Republicorriyed
arrived nrriy ed Wednesday Commanderin CommanderinChief CommanderinChief CommanderinChief
Chief Shaw of the G A R is expect expected expected expectell ¬
ed Thursday Thursda During the reunion the thesurvivors thesurivors
survivors of the 42d 30th and 10th 10thGeorgia 10thGeorgia
Georgia regiments of the confederate confederatearmy ccafederatermy
army rmy will meet here hereVltldra hereVJtJc1rznviuJ
VJtJc1rznviuJ Vltldra viiiK Troops Front Cuba CubaWashington CubaVashingtoIl CubaWashington
Washington July 19 lDIt It was stated statedal statedat
at the war department that the deter determination determination determination ¬
mination had been reached in spiteof spite spiteof spiteof
of Gen Woods expressed xpressediew view on thesubject the thesubject thesubject
subject of Cuban troops to withdraw withdrawanother withdrawi withdrawanother
i another regiment from the island for forservice forservice forservice
service in China if need be The reg ¬
iment to be withdrawn has not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been determined upon but this will willbe willbe willbe
be decided in a short time This will willmake willmake
make four regiments withdrawn from fromCuban fromCuban
Cuban service and will reduce the thef thefoein
f foein fne ooe in the island
to about 4000 men menTelegrams me meTelegrams men menTelegrams
Telegrams Restricted RestrictedBerlin RestrIctedBerlin RestrictedBerlin
Berlin July 19 lDIt It is semiofficially semiofficiallyannounced semiofficiallynnnounced semiofficiallyannounced
announced that the Baron Von Due Buelow fluelow
1 low w imperial minister of foreign uf uffairs tAlfairs d dfairs
fairs has notified the Chinese lega legaion l lc ta taiou n niOU
ion iOU here that until further notice
it can not be allowed to send tele telegrams telegrams telegrams ¬
grams in cipher or secret language languageand languagea languageand
and a d that telegrams in plain language languagemust languagemust
must be submitted for the approval approvalof
of the secretary of state before they theycan theycnn theycan
can be dispatched dispatchedOne dispatchedOne
One Mile in i II 15 15Salt 1 159 9 9Salt
Salt Lake Utah July 19 lDIn In a pro profe prof
fe f fessional sional bicycle race at the Salt Pal Palace Palace Palace ¬
ace Saucer track Ivor Lawson broke brokethe brolcethe
the worlds orlds mile handicap record of f
159 ST 35 made by W 11 Yo F Simms at atWashington atVashington
Washington D C Lawson made the themile themile themile
mile in 159 1 50 flat flatPresident flatPreslde flatPresident
President Preslde lt Has Authority AuthorityWashington Aut11orifyWashington AutltorifyWashington
Washington July 18 l8Judge Judge Advo Advocate AdvocateGeneral ¬
cate cateGeneral General Lumley has rendered a adecision a1ecision
decision to tothe the effect that the presi president president president ¬
dent has the authority authorityto to appoint 18 18more 18more 18more
more second lieutenii lieutendTJ i j sin jn the Unit United Unied Unit
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