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RUMORED DEATH OF MINISTERS
Kaiser Addresses Marines. In
sult to Germany Demands
Shanghai, July 3. Tnc United
States battle ship Oregon was success
fully floated yesterday, and it is hoped
that she will report at Port Arthur
Paris, July 3. It is rumored the
British embassy has been notified that
tho French and English ministers at
Pekin have been murdered. The em
bassy refuses to confirm tho reports.
Wilhelmshaven, July 3. Tho
Kaiser mad6 a farewell address to the
marines today beforu their departure
for China. Referring to tho raurdor of
Baron von Ketteler, lie said it was an
insult to Germany which demanded
exemplary punishment and vengeance.
Continuing tho Emperor said: "We
shall not halt till tho German flag, with
thoso of the other powers, has floated
triumphantly over Pekin and peace has
been restored to tho Chinese govern
ment." London, July 3. An important step
in tho attempt to round up tho Boer
commandos still active in Orango River
Colony' is recorded by Lord Roberts
today. Ho reports from Pretoria that
General Hunter has crossed tho Vaal
river from tho Transvaal into the Or
ange dolony and should have reached
Frankfort, twenty miles south of tho
river yesterday (Monday). He expected
to be joined by MacDonald's brigade at
Heilbron. Reports further state that
Buller's leading brigade has gone to
Graylingstadt in tho Transvaal, on a
direct lino north from Frankfort. Bul
ller's move is part of a scheme to
tighten tho lines about tho Boers.
Washington, July 3. Lieutenant
Albert Koy, naval attache at Tokio,
Japan, this morning wires Secretary
Long that tho dry dock at Port Arthur
is too narrow to admit the Oregon.
London, July 3 A dispatch from
Cheo Foo, datod July 1st, roporting
TienTsin advicos of Juno 20, Captain
McCalla, of the American cruiser New
ark, estimates that 50,000 will be need
ed to reach Peking. There is no chance
of a relief force starting at present. A
courier dispatch f.iotn Peking June 23d,
by Sir Robert Hart, inspector of cus
toms, says that Baron Von Ketteler was
shot four times and died in tho rooms
of theChineso foreign office whither ho
was proceeding when attacked.
Washington, July 3. The state
department this morning received a
cablegram from tho consul now at
Shanghai stating that on Juno 2oth the
British, German and Italian legations
wero still standing in Peking.
Washington, July 2. Tho navy
department tonight received tho fol
lowing cablegram from Admiral
Kompff: "Cheo Foo Secretary of the
Navy: Casualties to date Corporal J.
F. Lannigan, privates R. K. Miller, W.
H. Morris, Ed. Provensal, John Hun
ter, W. H. Nichols, boatswain's mate
T. Thomas, gunner's mato B. Benson,
apprentico H. A. Broman, landsman H.
Soversen, seriously wounded; cadet
Taussig, boatswain's mate Holyokek
coxswain Thomas and thirty-four oth
ois slightlv wounded. Ships' crows of
all nations re-embarking. Soldiers and
marines remain on shore. Captain
McCalla on duty. Signed Kcmpff."
Bad news came this morning from
Admiral Kempff, confirming tho worst
stories which have emanated from
China relative to tho conditions at Pe
kin, ami tho feoling of 'disquiet was
uotlccublo among tho administration
officials and diplomats. Tho Gorman
embassy showed particular anxiely for
information respecting the sad end of
Karon von Ketteler, and in the course ,
of tho afternoon Secretary Hen-ma'',
of tho embassy, paid a special visit to
tho state department.
M. Thtebaut, In uhargo of the French
omlmssy, also called in quest of infor
mation, it was said. These visits re-!
vived the rumors that an effort fs afoot
to reach an international agreement re-
specting the conduct of the forces of
J tho powers in China. It was said this
afternoon at tho state department that
the only news was that there seemed
to be an unanimous agreement on the
part of tho powers to welcome with the
utmost cordiality Japan's offer to fur
nish reinforcements for the forces now
operating along the Pei Ho river in tho
effort to reach Peking, as Japan, alone
of tho powers, is prepared to throw
into China whatever number of troops
may be needed. News to that effect
had come to the state department from
all directions, and particularly from
England, Russia and France.
Berlin, July 2. From well authen
ticated sources the -representative of
tho Associated Press is able to state
that today, after a detailed statement
by Count Von Buelow, tho secretary of
state for foreign affairs, regarding the
Chinese situation, Emperor William
made up his mind to insist upon full
satisfaction for the death of Baron von
Ketteler, for which purpose he re
solved to send altogether armed forces
approximately as largo as thoso of the
other powers interested in restoring
order in China. A considerable por
tion of tho German fleet will also be
BOTHA GIVES UP.
Boer Commandant and His Entire
London, July 3. It is official lv an
nounced that General Lord Methuen
has captured Ries Wessels. head of tho
Afrikander Bund. A dispatch from
Zoerust, northeast of MafekiLg, says
Goneral Snyman, who conducted tho
siege of Mafeking, Commandant Botha
and the whole Marico command has
been captured near Lychtcnburg, just
east of Mafeking.
A Quiet Convention.
Kansas City, July 3. Tho United
States Monetary League convention
was called to order by Judge Chas. I.
Thomson, of Denver, president, at tho
Auditorium theatre, this morning.
There were scarcely half a hundred
people in attendance when the band
entered and took its place in' the cen
ter of tho balcony. Tho band played
"Dixie" and no response came from the
few spectators. Tho "Stars and Stripes
Forever" also failed to bring forth ap
plause. TO THE PACIFIC.
From ChihuahuaThe Concession Al
The lino from Chihuahua to the Pa
cific is now assured. The concession
has been secured from Kansas City, and
tne route has been approved. The line
will run by way of Sonora and Sinaloa.
and so on through that rich region to
Topolobampo on tho coast.
SIERRA MADRE LINE.
Proposed Extension of the Line to
J. T. Logan, who went awav vester-
day to Mexico is connected with the
planned extension of tho Sierra Madre
railroad to Nacosari. The proposed
entire route lies from Casa Grande via
Oaxaca to Bapipito. It is said that
this road will run through a wooded
country which will of course be a trreat
advantage. The cost is estimated at
threo million dollars.
A Local Wedding.
Mr. Louis Home and Miss Emma
Fitzpatrick wero married on the morn
ing of the 2d at St, Patriok's church.
The ceremony was an exceedingly
pretty one, the church being beauti
fully decorated. The full Nuptial Mass
was performed. Mrs. Case presided at
tho organ, and at the offertory Mrs.
Macomich and Mrs. Tehaney gavo an
effective rendering of tho beautiful "O
Salutaris Hostia." The young couple
will be at homo to their friends at their
residence in Bisbee. Tho Review
joins with their numerous friends in ex
tending sincere congratulations and
hearty wishes fur their future happl
ne.-s to Mr. and Mrs. llorne.
The Gun Club.
The shooting will commence tomor
row at 2:30 sharp. Tho club has erect
ed an elaborate club house 22x12 feet
and well built. The national colors
wave abovo tho building, tho flag be
ing an unusually largo one. A largo
sign "Bisbee Gun Club" decorates the
house which will bo the principal ob
ject seen on entering Bisbee. Tho
club has spared no expense to
make their venture a complete suc
cess. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelly arrived in
Bisbee yesterday and will reside here.
Mr. Kelly becomes prescription clerk
in the Bisbee Drug Company's store.
Ho has been stuart at tho Insane
asylum, at Phoenix, for some time past.
Vice Presidential Situa
tion Still Dark
SHIVELY IS OIT OF THE RACE
Bryan Will Insist on a 16 to 1
Plank. Preparation for Con
vention Is Complete.
Kansas City, July 3. Governor
Thomas' of Colorado, has been elected
temporary chairman of the convention
by the national committee. He got 24
votes to 22 for Mayor Rose, of Milwau
kee. This is a victory for the silver
Tho program of proceedings of tho
convention will bo as follows: Noon
Convention called to order by Senator
Jones, Chairman of tho national com
mittee. Reading of the declaration of
independence. Address of welcome by
James A. Reed, mayor of Kansas City.
Introduction of temporary chairman,
Charles S. Thomas, of Colorado, and
after his speech tho announcement that
C. A. Walsh will bo tho permanent
Kansas City, July 3. Tho program
being arranged by tho executive com
mittee of tho national committee to
havo Bryan nominated with a
grand march tomorrow immediately
aftor the reading of the declaration of
independence. Ho is then to be noti
fied by telegraph of his nomination and
asked to come and make a speech of
acceptance before the convention. As
it takes threo hours to run down from
Lincoln to Kansas City it is probable
that if this program isadopted he will
address tho convention Thursday night.
Members af the executive committee
say there is a strong movement to have
this plan followed out and intimate
that it has been agreed upon provided
it meets with Bryan's approval.
The Indiana delegation has selected
Samuel E. Morse for the resolution
committeo and instructed him to stand
for tho reaffirmation of the Chicago
platform without naming a silver ratio
Senator Tillman came in with his
tourist helmet this morning and was
the center of animated groups wher
ever ho went.
"Doyou-favor a specific declaration
on 10 to 1?"
"Why, what's tho uso of that? Wc
are going to nominate Bryan and ho is
a platform all by himself. Ho stands
for 16 to 1 and everything else in the
Chicago platform. What is the use of
going out of your way to reaffirm specfic
ally whatyou reaffirm in general terms?"
"Who is your choice for vice-presi
In tho Montana contest the Clark
delegation has been seated.
Kansas City, July 3. Tho throb
and thrill of a great national assem
blage i9 beginning to take possession of
this young queen city of the southwest.
The great work of tho convention began
today with a meeting of tho national
oommlttco to detcrmino the contests
and to select national officers. Mayor
Rose, of Milwaukee; tho cnoice for
temporary chairman, is a German
American reputed to be an orator of
fine presence and effectivo delivery.
Tonight tho national committeo is hav
ing a ar'ivate dinner, a sort of family
conference, as guests of Daniel J. Cam
pau, while great crowds of delegates
and spectators are centering at conven
tion hall which is to bo opened with a
Tho monetary leaguo also began its
sessions today with "Coin" Harvey and
Mr. Towno as attraction?, but this was
too academic to attract much attention.
When James C. Dahlman, the next
national committeeman from Nebraska,
and a close friend of Mr. Bryan, was
asked if Bryan was for Towno, he said:
"I have talked with Mr. Bryan recent
ly and 1 think his attitude could be
summed up in about this waj : He is
not favoring any one candidate. He
wants us not to make our wishes too
prominent, as it will look as though
this reflected his views, whereas ho
wants to keep entirely out of the vicc
prosidontial contest. But we feel that
we should express our views for Towno
who is a favorite with most of the dole-1
gation and our work will bo for him."
Mr. Dahlman was further asked if
Mr. Bryan opposed any particular man
because of his dlnancial views, he said:
"There Is no opposition byname. But
Mr. Bryan wants a man who can stand
with, him firmly and fully on a 16 to 1
platform, for that is what tho platform
Tho vice presidential situation has
not cleared up during the day, and to
night it is apparently as much in doubt
as it was when the delegates to the
national democratic convention were
elected. There was a shifting of the
scenp today when Benjamin Slavery, of
Indiana, was taken out of the race by
his own-emphatic statement to the In
diana delegation. Not only the In
diana men, but the other delegates in
the city accepted the statement of Mr.
Shively, and he is not now considered
a probability in the race.
As tho contest stands after Shively 's
retirement, the two leading candidates
soom to be Charles A. Towne and Wil
liam A.Sulzer,with some man from New
York, like Judge Van Wyck or Eliot
Danforth as a possibility under certain
The fact is that the vico presidential
situation is interwoven with tho plat
form. If there is a simple reaffirma
tion of the Chicago platform, some
New York man may be selected for vice
president, in the hope that he will as
sist in carrying the state. If therj is
a specific declaration for 10 to 1, then
Towne may be made Bryan's running
mate. , It is pointed out as not quite
conceivable that a convention which
would refuse to make a specific decla
ration for 16 to 1, with a view to carry
ing some of tho eastern states, would
nomlnato Towne, who left the Republi
can party solely on the ground of his
attachment to silver. It is conceded by
all tho democratic leaders thatTowno's
strength is in the west on a silver plat
form, and that he would not be strong
in the east on a modified platform.
Cato Sells, chairman of tho Iowa del
egation, and who spent threo hours
closeted with Mr. Bryan yesterday,
said tonight, when told of the move
ment to havo Mr. Bryan agree to the
elimination of the specific plank In the
platform calling for the free coinage of
silver at tho ratio of 16 to 1: "I talked
over the whole situation with Mr. Bry
an and I have not the slightest hesi
tancy in saying that tho gentlemen
who havo gone to Lincoln with the
idea of getting Mr. Bryan to hedge on
tho proposition of 10 to 1, will do noth
ing but go up the hill and come down
again. I know exactly what I am say
ing when I tell you that there is not the
slightest chance in the world to get
Mr. Bryan to accept any evasion or
abridgement of the 16 to 1 proposition.
Ho will run on a platform containing
that plank or will not run at all."
Quite a different view of the matter
was takeu by Thomas Gahan, the na
tional committeeman from Illinois. He
said, when told of tho attitude of Mr.
Bryan: "Wo do not want the 16 to 1
plank in the platform and we will not
have it there if we can help It. A re
affirmation of the silver plank in the
platform adopted four years ago covers
the ground amply."
Kansas City, July 3. Order has
succeeded chaos, over night tho con
vention city lias boen born. Tho last
finishing touches have been put on
things. Everywhere there is readines?
and the preparation for tho stirring
events of tho coming days in conven
tion hall is complete. Kansas City
may well be proud of tho accomplish
ment. The hall was thrown open to
the public last night at twenty-five
cents a visitor. There was a band con
cert and thousands flocked to hear it
and see tho interior of the building,
completion of which means so much to
the citizens of tho hilly city on tho
Kaw. Tho city itself is crowded. Lifo
and laughter, activity and aggressive
ness, hurry and hustling wherever one
ROOSEVELT IN KANSAS.
People of The Sunflower State Greet
the Rough Rider Enthusiastically.
Florence, Kas., July 3. Almost tho
eutlro population of this littlo city
turned out this afternoon to greet The
odore Roosovelt, ami hundreds had tht
pleasure of grasping his hand. Tho
governor spoko briefly, referring to the
presenco of his former regiment of he
roes; "If wo have anather war," he
said, "which I earnestly hope wo will
not, maybe I will havo some Filipinos
in my regiment. In any country we
acquire wo are bound to see justice and
orderly liberty obtain. Wo cannot
get away from our work in tho Philip
pines. Tho character of tho men
whom PresidentMcKinloy Is sending to
our new territories Is a guarantee that
tho work will bo done well."
Col. Roosevelt also spoko at Emporia
HOLDS THE KEY
If She Unites on a
IS NEW YORK STATE UNITED?
Croker and Hill Are Not friends.
Towne Is Ready Made, Sul-
zer Good but Young.
Nkw York, July 3.-New York holds
the key to tho situation, the Empire
state which, according the iwlltlcal
pendulum swing, should this year go
democratic. If New York unites upon
a good, strong democrat who did not go
fishing on election day, as Hill did in
1800, then that good man can get his
picture on the democratic campaign
buttons alongside the man of Lincoln,
Is New York united? Ayo, there is
the rub. There is a line of cleavage
in the New York delegation. Upon
one side of this line Is Richard Croker,
short, stubby whiskered, slow to speak
and quick to punish the bludgeon
bearer of the Tammany bravee. On
the other side is David Bennett Hill,
the Mephistophelean sage of Wolferfs
Roost, whose meats and drinks are pol
itics. There is an almost perfect har
mony of dislike between Dave and
Dick. The one marched up the hill at
Lincoln, and then marched down again.
The other keeps an elevator boy busy
at tho Midland bringing delegations up
to his rooms.
If these two distinguished democrats
can get together, Tammany and tho
state democrats, and present a demo
crat whose record does not have to be
apologized for in every democratic
meeting, then the delegates will re
ceive him gladly and nominate him
with a whoop. Otherwise a plague on
both houses. Here is Towne. a readv
made candidate, a hand-me-down from
the vice-presidential tailor shon at
Sioux Falls. True, the fit mav not bn
quite as close as if he had been made to
order, but then beggars for votes must
not be choosers. But what of Sulzer?
"He is a good man," said Richard
Crocker, "but is young, though-"
"Wo will support Mr. Sulzer with
pleasure if tho convention wants him,"
said the bald bachelor boss from
Albany. And there was the slightest
suspicion of a smile as Senator Hill
said: "If tho convention wants him."
Senator Hill crn smile and smile and bo
a politician still. The Sulzer boom Is
always an cxhileratlon. It is well
suited for Fourth of July time as it is
speetacular in the extreme.
Eive Lives Lost in a lioboken, New
HOUOKEN, N. J., July 3. A fire
broke out at 3 o'clock this morning in
a double two-story frame house at 120
131 Adams street. Five families of
about thirty people in all wero asleep
at tho time. The neighbor who dis
covered the flames aroused the sleep
ing people and twenty-five reached the
street in safetj. Two children named
Winkelman and three men were cut off
by tho flames and perished. Their
lxnlies havo been recovered. The
building burned like tinder and was
Later. Three moro bodies wero
found in the ruins by the firemen as
tho morning advanced, making tho loss
of life eight. Tho bodies were thoso
of three more of the Winkelman chil
dren, who it was supiosed had escaped.
They are Charles, Fred and Etta, re
spectively 11, 7 and H. A rejwrt has
reached tho coroner that four more
bodies have been located by tho fire
men. Blame Old Wharves.
London, .July 3. - London papers to
day, while expressing deep sympathy
for thoso who suffered from tho great
fire in New York harbor, are not back
ward in attaching blame for the confla
gration to the antiquated wooden
wharves of New York. They think
Saturday's disaster will teach a much
needed lesson. If subscriptions are
needed for tho fire sufferers tho papers
announce that England is ready to help.
The Metal Markets.
New Yohic, July 2. Casting copper,
loi; lake, 16. oO; brokers' price, 16.50.
San Fkancisco, July 2. Silver bars
61i; Mexican dollars, no change.