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Nowa of tho Industrial Field, Personal
and Political Items, Happenings
at Homo and Abroad.
THE NEWS FR01I ALL THE WORLD
Seven persons were killed and ninny
Injured in n collision on the Grand Knp
Jds& Indiana railroad ntl'ierson.Mich.
A htorm wrecked three steamers nl
Nome, Alaska, and IS persons were
The murder of Policeman Thorpe in
New York precipitated a race riot, dur
ing which negroes were beaten indis
criminately. Fifteen Italian detectives are coming
to the United States to shadow anar
chists in this country.
Treasonable letters from an anti-imperialist
tnken by American Foldiers in
the Philippines were made public; they
condemn President McKinley.
A New York mining engineer, inter
viewed in Chicago, says .10,000 gold
prospectors arc starving at Cape Nome
and suggests rescue by the govern
ment. A hailstorm destroyed 40,000 ncrcs
of wheat near St. Thomas. X. D.
Gov. Beckham, of Kentucky, hns
called an extra session of the legisla
ture for August 28 to modify the Goc
Alfred Mullein, an aged resident of
Itockford, 111,, who was in Chicago seek
ing his runaway wife, was robbed of
A tornado wrecked the Pittsburgh
(Fa.) Ileductlon company's nlumlnum
works, the loss being $100,000.
President McKinley and wife ar
rived in Washington from Canton, O.
Henry LIppcrt, aped C9, ex-chief of
;hc fire department, dropped dead at
lils home in Milwaukee.
The International Typographical
union in session In Milwaukee declared
nga'.nst indiscriminate boycotts.
George Griffin and his third vtifewcTC
orrcsted near Wilson, N. J., on the
-charge of starving Griffin's four chil
dren to death.
A storm In eastern Illinois damaged
the broom corn crop to the extent of
James J. Hill says the year ended
June 30 last was the banner year for
oil western railroads.
Samuel Amidon, n prominent busi
ness mnn nt Ashtabula, O., while play
ing ball was struck on the head by n
pitched ball and instantly killed.
The Confederate Association of the
-Army of the Tennesbee has protested
against Gen. J. B. Gordon attending
the G, A. It. encampment at Chicago.
Kentucky made 21,780,722 gallons of
whisky in the last fiscal year, against
19,788,78Sgallons for the previous year.
Baggageman David C. Powers died
in Grand Rapids from injuries re
ceived in the recent collision on the
Grand Itnplds & Indiana railroad,
making the eighth victim.
In a crossing accident near Allen
town, Pa., John F. Wolle, Harvey, O.
Wolle and John V. Gottschalk, com
prising a party of campers, were
Grasshoppers stopped a train near
Members qt the Atkins and Howard
families in Kliott county, Ky., fought,
unci two of the latter were killed.
A broken rail on the Lake Shore
road threw a coach into deep water
near Sandusky, O., and seven persons
yyere badly -hurt.
The national bank at Somerset, Ky.,
organized June 20 last, closed its doors.
The steamer Roanoke arrived nt Se
attle from Skaguay with $4,500,000 in
Armed men and soldiers patroled the
streets of Liberty City, Ga., in nnticl
jiation of nn outbreak by negroes.
The three free employment agencies
In Chicago have found work for over
82,000 people within the yeur.
Thenrrest of two Italian immigrants
on arrival In Xew York gave rise to a
ctory of n plot to slay President Mc
Kinley, which Investigation proved
A desperate attempt, to wreck n
Pennsylvania express- trnin near Atlan
tic City failed, the 200 passengers hav
ing a narrow escape.
Smithfleld, 111., was almost wiped out
by n fire caused by robbers.
The exchanges at the leading clear
ing houses In the United States during
the week ended on the 17th aggregated
51,202,802,780, against $1,271,400,458 the
previous week. Tho decrease com
pared with the corresponding week of
1890 wns 10.2.
There were 101 business failures In
the United Stntes in the seven days
ended on the 17th, against 172 the week
previous and 150 the corresponding pe
riod of 1890.
President McKinley and diplomats
attended King llumliort'a memorial
cervices in Washington.
A Chicago haul: hent n package con
taining $25,000 per Adams Kxpress
company to Burlington,. In., and on
arrival tho package contained blank
The Rock Island linllrpnd company
lias followed the example of the Union
Taclflo by placing f, ban on cigar
Fourteen hundred Cuban school
teachers called upon President Mc
Kinley in Washington.
The officinl census given Greater
New York n population of 3,437,202, nn
Increase In ten years of 011,011.
Frederick Geddes, n herder, and 2,000
sheep were burned to death in a forest
fire nt Hnttlc, Wyo.
Fourteen anarchists were In the
plot to kill President McKinley. The
entire band Is under arrest In Now
York city and the plot is being grad
Caleb Powers, cx-secrctary of stnte
of Kentucky, wns convicted at George
town of being nn nccessory before the
fact to the murder of Gov. Gocbel, tho
jury fixing the punishment at impris
onment for life.
The Pennsylvania Rnilrond company
has issued n circular notice prohibit
ing the employment of women teleg
raphers. 1)111 Cater (colored) was shot to
death by a mob nt Doernn, Ga. He
wns charged with attempted assault
on n white woman.
The percentages of tho baseball
clubs in the Xntlonal league for the
week ended on the 19th were: Brook
lyn, .C20; Pittsburgh, .557; Philadel
phia, .505; Chicago, .500; Boston, .494;
Cincinnati, .403; St. Louis, .457; Xew
The entire plant of the Kelly Ax
Manufacturing compnny, valued at
$500,000, was destroyed by fire at Al
rnilSONAI. AND rOMTICAI,.
Washington republicans In conven
tion at Tacoma nominated J. M. Frink,
of King, for governor, and W. L. Jones
anAF. W. Cushman for congressmen.
The "Llbert3- congress," held its
first session at Indianapolis, nnd was
presided over by George S. Boutwell,
Rev. Joseph J. Harris, of Marlon,
III., has been named for licutennnt
governor on the prohibition state
The democrats made the following
congressional nominations: Indiana,
Eleventh district, W. J. Honk; Iowa,
Seventh district, G. W. Crozier; Mich
igan, Xinth district, F. C. Fowler;
Wisconsin, Xinth district, E. H.
Gov. Roosevelt will make a campaign
tour as far as the Rocky mountains, de
livering 3S set speeches in the round
J. X. W. Rumple has been nominated
for congress by the republicans in the
Second Iowa district.
Iowa democrats at the state con
vention in Cedar Rapids nominated S.
G. Crane for secretary of state nnd
Chief Justice Henry Green, of the
Pennsylvania supreme court, died nt
Atlantic City, X. J., aged 72 years.
Ex-United States Senator John J.
Ingalls, of Atchison, Kan., died at Las
Vegas Hot Springs, X. M., after a
year's illness, aged 07 years.
Xew York democrats will hold their
state convention in Saratoga Springs
The liberty congress at Indianapolis
indorsed Bryan with but 15 dissenting
votes. The Independents will meet
in Xew York September 5 to nom
inate a new ticket.
The funeral of Collis P. Hunting
ton took place in Xew York, nnd
was marked by extreme simplicity.
Charles Stickles, the oldest active
railway engineer in the United States,
died at his home in Oneonta, X. Y.,
aged 78 years.
John G. Hawley, a well-known and
widely quoted authority on criminal
law, died in Detroit, Mich.
The funeral of ex-Senator John J.
Ingalls took place at Atchison, Knn.
Xinth district Tennessee democrats
have nominated R. A. Pierce for con
gress nnd Sixth district Xorth Caro
lina republicans have renominated
John D. Bellamy.
Washington authorities refuse to ac
cept a Chinese escort for legations,
arid insist that allied troops must be
admitted to the city. The interna
tional forces were near Peking, if not
nt its gates. One report declared
they had reached the city. An expert
on Oriental affairs declared nil mes
sages from Peking were forged.
The people of Gran, in Hungary, cele
brated the nine hundredth anniversary
of the introduction of Catholicism
A dispatch leads officials in Wash
ington to believe that the allied forces
have rescued the diplomats and the en
tire foreign contingent in Peking and
that this has been effected through an
armistice, the flr&t condition of which
was the turning over of the legationers
to the allies either at the wallsr of Pe
king or within the imperial city itself.
Xext to France, the United Stntes
leads the world in the number of hon
ors won nt the exposition. The Amer
ican exhibitors have been awarded
2,500 grand prizes.
"Overthrow the sultan and stop the
massacres in Armenia" is the demand
made by tho Anglo-American society
Advices received in London say that
Gen. Dewet hns eluded hi3 English
pursuers end joined forces with Gen.
Delarey. It is also reported that Pres
ident Steyn, of the Orange Free Stnte,
died from wounds.
Emperor Francis Joseph's seventy-
sixth blrthduy was celebrated In Vi
enna by a display of flags and Illumina
tions. Peking has been captured by Amer
ican, British, Japanese and Russian
troops acting together. Tho capital
of China wus entered after a hard
fight. The ministers and all under
their caro at tho legations are now
under n strong guard of allies. Em
peror Kwang-liau accompanied tho
empress dowager In her flight to
Hsiun Fu. American troops will not
be withdrawn from China until the
lives of foreigners are no longer
Tho entire town c Colnmhltv, B. C,
was destroyed by Are.
Germany believes that the war in
China will not end until tho dowager
empress nnd emperor are captured
nnd the fugitive government de
stroyed. Lord Roberts hns been appointed
to succeed Lord Wolselcy nt commander-in-chief
of the British army.
Ignnclo Andrndc, cx-presldent of
Venezuela, died in Caracas.
Ofllclnl dlspntchcs confirm the news
of Peking's fall. The losses of the al
lies nnd Chinese are estimated at
1,500 each. The Forbidden city In Fc
klng was being bombarded by the al
lied forces. The empress dowager of
China wns reported by Admiral Remey
to be n prisoner nt Peking.
Cuban exhibits at the Paris exposi
tion received 140 prizes.
Gen. Dc Wet was reported to hnvo
captured 4,000 British nnd seven guns,
crippling the forces of Kitchener and
Duller. He joined Delarcy, then turned
on his pursuers nnd completely out
At n village 40 miles northwest of
Tien Tuin, Chlnn, a missionary and
0,000 converts held out for six wccks
against Hovers armed with rifles nnd
swords. They numbered 20,000. They
intended blinding or killing tile wholu
Maryland was ravaged by terrific
electrical, wind and rnin storms on
the 20th nnd 21st. Several lives were
lost, five or six persons injured, and
the estlmnted aggregate loss to prop
erty is nbout .$75,000. The slorms ef
fectually broke the hottest term ever
known in Maryland.
Ten million dollars' damage is esti
mated to ha the result of the forest
fires in Colorado and Wyoming. This
estimate is made by C.K. Wsuitlnnd,
of Denver, general land agent of tho
Union Pacific rnilrond.
Brtqci, the assassin of King Hum
bert, litis nskdd for a postponement
of his tilnl until witness-es can arrive
from the United States.
Miss Helen Gould has presented 250
specimens of valuable plants, which
are cuttings from the Gould conserv
atories at Irvington, to the botanical
gat dens in Bronx park, Xew York
City. Her gift has put Xew York in
possession of plants which cannot be
duplicated anywhere else in the Uni
A fund of $300 hns been raised nt
Portland, Ore., for the ransom ot Ar
thur Venville, the brave young ap
prentice who wns wounded in Lieut.
GUImore's boat at Baloa. Luzon, In
April of last year. He is the only one
of Gillmore's party who has not" been
accounted for and it is thought that
he is held capthe by the Filipinos.
Executors of the tistntc of Mrs. Sa.
bina Beer, who recently died at Mad
ison, Pa., found Slfi.OOO in n cnesr In
the house, $r,000 of it in gold. Tho
house h.id been vacant for some
Two fires at Peoria, 111., on the 2lst
practically destroyed the plant of the
Peorin Lounge nnd Mnttresu Co. and
Carroll's ice house. One fireman was
killed by falling wnlls. Five were se
riously injured. The total losses were
$30,000; partially insured.
Deeds and bills of sale left In es
crow by Moses M. Davis, a Christian
Scientist of Rome, X. Y., who dii'd
July 19, have been delivered to tho
trustees of the Christian Science
church of Rome. By these papers Mr.
Davis gives the Christian Scientists
510,000 worth of real estate .ind S10.
P00 to $12,000 of personal property.
Thomas Banks, of Arkansas City,
Kan., nn heir, will conttst the Scien
MAID AND MATRON.
The total number of women over 18
years old employed in the factories
nnd workshops of the British islands
Is about 500,000, of whom 11 per cent,
belong to trade unions.
Miss Pauline Astor is more patriotic
than her sire, William Waldorf Astor.
She was asked recently whether she
was an English girl or a Yankee girl.
She replied that she wasn't quite sure.
Her father, she said, was an English
man. As for herself, she said she
would be an American if the choice
were left to her.
The distinction of being the cham
pion woman nail driver of the country
belongs to Mrs. F. C. E. Mehlhouse, of
Pottstown, Pa. Out of 12 fair contest
ants she carried off first honors by
driving bix eight-penny nails into a
two-inch plnnk in 15 seconds. In her
haste she dropped one of the nails,
but despite this handicap she finished
Mdlle. Jane Mny, the French actress,
has used her influence ns the daughter
of an officer to get a government per
mit to keep n tobacco shop in Paris,
so that when she hns grown older and
less in demand than she Is to-day she
will have something to fall back on.'
The shop is already open and is prov
ing a popular success.
Mrs. Mnry Church Terrill, of Wash
ington, I). C, Is among the most en
lightened colored women of the Unit
ed Stntes. She is a graduate of Ober
lin, nnd Is n trustee of the public
schools of Washington. She has
studied abroad in Paris, Berlin and
Lausanne, nnd wns once offered a po
sition In Oberlln college.
Mrs. Laura A. Alderman owns the
largest orchard In South Dakota. Ac
cording to W. X. Irwin, chief of the
division of pomology of the depart
ment of agriculture in Washington.
Mrs. Alderman has, near hurley. Tur
ner county, 150 acres, in 'which are
8,000 trees, two acres being given over
to plums, Besides the trees there are
1,000 currant bushes, 1,000 gooseberry
bushes, 500 grapevines und three acres
Tho Berkshire Historical society, of
Lenox, Conn., proposes to make u pub
lic pari; of tho large maple grove in
which, until 1S90, stood the "Little
Ited House" where Nathaniel Haw
thorne lived from 1850 to 1832.
JfIRE ON INNER CITY.
Bombardment by the Allied Forces
Chlnme Mnklnpr n l.nnt Mlnnil Within
Sncrcil Wnlli Enifirci Iloivngcr
I .t l'eniilttril to
London, Aug. 20. Rcnr Admlra
Bruce cables the admiralty from Che
foo, August 19, as follows
"Am Informed on tho authority of the
Japanese thru street llRhtlnc stilt continues
la Peking, part of which Is on Are. YnnR
Sa prevented tho empress from leaving,
and a Inst stand is now being made In tho
Inner city, which Is surrounded by tho allies
and Is being bombarded."
A Scrlnim Anpcct.
London, Aug. 20. Admiral Bruce's
report of the continuation of fighting
in Peking puts n more serious aspect
on the Chinese situation than was
generally expected here. It appears
effectually to dispose of all statements
that the empress dowager had lied, al
though circumstantial accounts of her
departure continue to come from
Shanghai. Despite defeat, the Chi
nese.nre apparently resolved to make n
desperate struggle, not only In their
nncient capital, but also in other parts
of the empire. Shnng Chi Tung, vi
ceroy nt Hankow, and Liu Kun Yi,
viceroy nt Xankin, according to nd
vices from Shanghai, have threatened
the consuls that if the person of the
empress dowager is not respected,
they will withdraw from their present
Another Shanghai dispatch an
nounces the death of LI Ping Hong,
Cheng and Chang Lul Lin in the fight
ing before Peking.
Rome. Aug. 20. A dispatch from
Taku, via Chefoo, August IS, says:
"Fighting continues In the streets of
Peking and the allies have bombarded
the point that is still resisting. Prince
Yung prevented the departure of the
Washington, Aug. 20. From Gen.
Chaffee Sunday the war department re
ceived official confirmation of the fall
of Peking and the rescue of the be
leaguered legationers. The dispatch of
the American commander w as not long
nnd contained few details, but the un
concealed satisfaction with which it
was received by officials of the admin
istration indicated clearly the anxiety
that had been engendered by his pro
longed silence. His last communica
tion to the government, prior to the
receipt of Sunday's advices, was dated
August. 11, at Matow, almost 30 miles
from Peking. The explanation of his
silence is suggested in advices received
by the navy department Sunday from
Admiral Remey, who, telegraphing
from Taku on the ISth, says the tele
graph line between that point and Pe
king is interrupted.
Attnck an Inner Clly.
The cablegram from Admiral Remey
contains some important information
not mentioned by Gen. Chaffee. He
makes the startling statement, on Jap
anese authority, that the inner city of
Peking was being bombarded by the
allied forces. Admiral Remey saysialso
that the dowager empress is detained
in the inner city by Prince Yungedo.
Advices received Saturday night from
the foreign office nt Tokio, Japan, by
the Japanese legation in this city con
firm and amplify previous accounts of
the capture of Peking by the allied
Gen. ClinfTec'n iHapnteli.
Following is the text of the dispatch
from Gen. Chaffee, as made public by
the war department:
"Chefoo, Aug 19. Adjutant General.
Washington. Peking. Aug. 15: We entered
legations' grounds at live o'clock last night
with Fourteenth and Light battery. Eight
wounded during day's lighting; otherwise
all well. CHAFFEE."
Admiral Itcntey'a Ciiltlt'sruiu.
Admiral Remey's dispatch, which
contains much interesting informa
tion in few words, is as follows:
"Chefoo (no date). Bureau or Naviga
tion, Washington. Taku. ISth. Telegraph
line to Poking Interrupted. Information,
Japanese sources, empress dowager de
tained by Prince Yungedo. Inner city,
which is being bombarded by allies. Chaf
fee reports entered legation grounds even
ing 14th. Eight wounded during day's light
ing; otherwise all well. KEMEY."
The startling feature of the dispatch
is that fighting within the city of Pe
king was continuing, according to the
advices of Admiral Remey. The inner
or, as it is popularly known, the for
bidden city, evidently had not been
taken. It is surrounded by a mabsive
wull of solid masonry, more than 20
feet high, and it is not regarded as sur
prising that the Chinese should make
their final stand within its shadows.
Prior to the receipt of the dispatch
It was accepted generally as a fact that
the dowager empress, in company with
the emperor and a large suite, had left
Peking. While nothing is said in Ad
miral Remey's advices as to the where
abouts of the emperor, it Is deemed
scarcely probable that ho left the city
without the dowager empress. Some
doubt of the accuracy of the informa
tion received by Admiral Remey is ex
pressed, particularly as the Chinese
minister, Mr. Wu, is very positive that
the emperor, empress dowager und the
entire Chinese court left Peking be
fore the arrival at the gates ot the al
lies. UIn DmiKliter I'rubnlily Snfe,
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 20. Mr. Henry
B. Ledyard, president of the Michigan
Central railroad, has received a num
ber of letters and telegrams blneo the
news- of the entry into Peking of the al
lied forces' was published, congratulat
ing hlni upon the probable fciirvhnl of
his daughter, lluroiu'bs von Kcttcltr,
whose husband, tho German minister,
was murdered in Poking. Gen. J. II,
Wilson, former governor of Matunzaa,
was Jntruttcd hy Mr. Ledyard to find
the baroness and is supposed to huvt
been with the troop when thej
marched into Peking,
The nozera of Chlnn
re attempting to solve a gigantic problem,
but they arc going about It in the wrong way
and will never succeed. Some people, io
this country, seem to think that they have
great a puzzle on their hands in selecting
a location for a home. They will certainly
go about it in the wrong way unless they in
spect the beautiful farming country on the
line of. the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway in Marinette comty, Wisconsin,
where the crops-are of the best, work plentv,
fine markets, excellent climate, pure, soft
water; land sold cheap nnd on long time.
Why rent a farm when yon can buy one for
less than you pay for rent? Add rem C. E.
Rollins, Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., Chi
Another Chlncac Onthrcnk.
"Yes," thd witnes declared, "I could give
further evidence against the prisoner, but,
as Kipling says, "that's another "
"Never mind what Kin Ling says," inter
rupted the magistrate; the Chinee can tes
tify fur himself when his turn comes1."
New Jersey Law Journal.
nvcry nor nnil Otrl
should.learn to write with Carter's Ink, be
cause it is the best in the world. "Ink
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As a rule the person who says he has no
choice about the spring chicken never looks
thoroughly satisfied with tho piece he gets.
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