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UTAVA HAN 0 A S5Knri3 s Fill DAY, AVnttBT 17 Ui(M). HKMI'WEEKLT.
(Continued from Toko 1 )
ratnt thai tho Chlncso Imvo been defeated
and arc retreating heforu tho allies,
a making tho outlook rather moro cheerful
today than since Admiral Seymour's
utiuccesaful expedition. Tho Ilusslans'
hard fighting on tho Siberian frontier, tho
difficulties of their position on tho Llao
Tung peninsula and the prospect of a revolt
against franco In will
probably prevent clthor of those Powers
furnishing reinforcement to tho nllles
lighting against Peking. Honco tho Unit- M exlra MMon 0f Congress Is
HtAtes. Germany. Great Britain and !.,,
Japan will havo to carry out the military. rulr motc ln8(,onarles havo been
without any moro troops from 'dc,cd al Hankow.
Itutela or Trance. 1 j,our nrmed Russian steamers are pa-
Yokohama dispatches Fay dispatches re- 'tr.0iunB. tI0 Amur,
eolved from Seoul afllrm that a Korean j Uon Cmrtc(, cn for moro nun. He
eelebrntlon will ho organized to unite thonow nua ft.Jout 3,
factions and that tho Korean Emperor hi Moro nrtinery i being tent from
presents of rice, Hour and cigars 'n,ft ,0 GcIlj
to tho allies at Cnpti jicCalla, U. S. N , Is nursing his
GERMAN ADVICES. v.ounds at Nagasaki.
BERLIN, August 8.-Tho Foreign Of- Kt gland expects a long war In China
fleo has received the following dispatch and Is preparing for- It.
Xtcm Herr Uuelow, Tlrst Secretary of the A hospital corps Is being organized to
.-.., tnnii ni iinipri Tiiln co with Chaffee's army.
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"Slnco July 21t tho situation has not
changed. Thcro hnB been neither attacks
by the troops en masso upon us,
not shell tire, only desultory rlflo tiro.
Tho health of tho members of tho legation
Is comparatively good. Tho wounded
THE ALLIES ROUT
A CHINESE FORCE
LONDON, August ". A special dispatch
frcm Shanghnl, dated today, sajs: "It Is
rucrted that heavy lighting took place
last Sunday cast of tho allles
loshtg 400, of whom were Brit
ish Tho Japanese artillery did splendid
service In tho faco of a galling Chinese
fire, under which they lost heavily. Tlio
Chinese were forced to retreat, but saved
ireir guns, 111e1r rcur uuiuu n.ui
esl ilnd practically decimated.
NI3W YORK, August 7. A cable to tho
Journal from Shanghai sas: The allies
attacked Peltsang on August (th, Tho
Clllncse wcro strongly Intrenched on both
sides of tho Pel-ho. Tho Chinese wero
driven out after hard lighting of Bevcn
hours. They blew up tho brldgo In retiring.
Tho Japancso wcro exposed to a
withering cross-fire In fording tho river.
Tho BrltlBh losses wcro sixty. Tho Chinese
aro In full retreat, with tho allies In
pursuit, but In great difficulties owing to
tho fact that tho river banks have been
cut and tho country Hooded.
Six thousand troops wcro loft with
guns to guard Two dajs
southwest of aro 13,000 Chinese
with heavy guns. An Imperial edict orders
the rccapturo of nnd Taku
forts no mitter what expenditure of life
may bo entailed.
All tho correspondents ogr 0 In praising
the bravery and organization of the
but none of them brings tho story
much beyond Gen. Chaffee's report, LI
Ping Heng, according to 1(111 QIIUUKUIU
correspondent of tho Stanelard, has been
arpoinieu uoiienuwBiiiio ui u.u
unu uu icn IU cuimuuim
the troops outsldo the city,
WASHINGTON, August S -The Wnr
Department has recclvinl tho following
cablegram from Gen. Chaffee: '
"CUD FOO, August 5 Adjutant General.
Washington: Peltsang handsomely
taken early this morning by Japanese)
ticcps supported by English and
Japaneso loss considerable;
slight; Americans none. Ground very
limited. In morning American troops
cipled rear position, which was to fotm
nmwmnnt lull ..m ii.ml.ln In
form In line. Pel-ho to left hank 1
row morning and move on Yang Tsnn. I
ni unco 1 00 iurnisneu copy 01
illrpatcli from Tsung JA Ynmon on July
SO, which he has cabled."
THE ISSUE OF
WASHINGTON, August S -Minister Wu
this morning received an edict under
date of August Ctli, in which tho Chinese
Government permits tho Powers to hold
open nnd freo communication with thtlr
Ministers. Thla Includes tho sending of
Iho Chlncso Minister has also received
a copy of tho imperial edict of August 2d,
which was dclaved In transmission. It
directs tho safe conduct of they foreigners
to and assigns Jung Lu to select
efficient officials to glvo this conduct,
Root said this afternoon that a messago
had been delivered to Minister Wu saying
that freo communication has not becn
established between this Government and
its Minister nt Peking, and therefore tho
demands mado in tho President's reply
to tho Kmperor had not been acceded
GIVES HIS VIEWS
WASHINGTON, August S.-Tho Chlneso
Minister mado nn enrly visit to tho State
Department, delivering tho edict of August
2, which had boen delayed on route,
directing Jung Lu to select high officials
to escort tho foreign Ministers from Poking
to This was turned over
to Acting Secretary Adee and tho toxt of
U13 edict made public, Tho edict also dirt
cttd that free communication bo al.
lew id between the Mlnlst and their
(lovirnmentii on messago Iff open loxt. A
liter communication, dated August E.th,
intended this freo communication without
icifttn! to tho monsnges being In open
tixt. MlnUter Wu showenl tho utmost
concern In the ecrlausness of tho
on, As to tho inosagu from Minister
Pouter, ho unldt
"It U not for me to discuss the
ton-tram, hi It speak for Itself mil
st tutli 11 inumtnt l horn, a distorted 11ml
iultxrult!.l IMfcrpretmiQi, will nol lm
Pliuwil on tho inidnubo iu HorlQUMionn I
J j not "Mention, 1ml I md, n)0 mililto to
mid wlml II (.uju un. not drnw Infer
!'.'",?. !",Q li inwnlnif It li ,n ill
Hut 'Jl Nun Yumon. which In Uio YHinvn
uf tlio ef iitmn 'Jim t u
direct (rum tlm n.iMrnor lo Uip
Mllo ncimrtintiil, IihIii the effort n(
our oilti:ll 10 M num helwdfii
WtnlilPKlon mi4 I'UInt aihIp, It h U
cipher, which shows Hint there l free
I ccinmunlcatlon, despite all the
and crltlclnnm Hint this Trie rout
InitiiilcHllon ns cut orf Mr Cunnr
statement the Chinese Government
Irilits on their leaving 1'ek ng dispon!
of another statement Dint tho Government
,abs holding the Ministers as hostages
On the contrary, It urge them to go nnd
'oner an escort to conduct them Whether
It Is snfo or not Is a matter of Individual
Judgment, and Mr. Conner appcara
to regard It as unsafe. Hut 1 do not caro
to ko further Into the details of the message,
as I do not wish to bo In the
tlon of an apologlBt."
THE CHINESE CRISIS
IN BRIEF ITEMS
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1JJO SICUIIIUI Jliyiil 1VII1 HIM, r.nt lluiovn
from Tot Hand to China.
Heavy siege guns havo bctn ordeicd
frcm Tort Itllcy to China.
Tho fourth brlgado of Indlin troops
ho" been ordered to China.
Tho export of war material from
to China Is prohibited.
The llusslan nttack on Newchwnng It
snld to havo been unprovoked.
Andiew D. Whlto dunks Uiat tho Kulwr
told his men to glo no epiarter.
After LI Hung Chang left Canton tho
Imrerlal troops Joined the lioxcis.
All Iiaptlst missionaries In Eastern
Central China nro safe at Shanghai.
1 Is estimated that Itoxers havo killed
between 10,000 and 15,000 native converts.
Tho ChlntFC, at last accounts, wero
their lints outside tin British
Tho shipment of to tho Amur
shows much fraud In the Russliln rallwaj
Germany wants the valley
Kepi open .mu Is opposed to the division
Hmj c,Cnj formolIr Minister to
lias ueon ueneaueu lor
IJcxcrs aro murdering missionaries In
Southern China but aro not disturbing
1.1 Hung Chang Is In a despondent stat"
nnd a rumor of his eulcldn prevailed for
a day or two.
The U. S. navy has been ordered to
with tho army In lauding
trcops in China.
1ho Washington Government Is
ly satlslled that the dispatches from Conger
Chinese batteries on tho are
being repaired and new ones aro build
ing at Wu Sung. k
Tho Imperial treops am Intjenchid nt
Peltfang, on tho lino of the
and Peking railway.
It Is expected that several more regiments
will be taken f 10111 tho Philippines
foi Chlneso service.
Pood s scarcn at nnd the
river Is tilled with tho headless bodies of
hundreds of Chinee.
Senator 1 tiler declares tlm President
has no power to enter tho Chlneso war.
.Ho wants nn etra session.
Kev. Pathor Marquctto w rites that
lf,.i,a f rMi.tat im nnmmlinlllnu l.r.i .
h(vn by tno noxers.
u u ro,lortc.(1 tlnt lhc rjhhuso hive
brehen tlln canal bank. Hooding tho coun
try between and Peking,
Germany regrets that ho ennnot join
I in mo imacK on I'ching wun a lorcu 01
proper size, but applauds tho other Pow
LI Hung Ch.ing will a
granting amnesty to tho lloxers on
condition that they ccaso making disturbances.
The tr.msiioit Pak Ling, which started
fiom for China with enrgo and
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UlUIIiaiO reilll nca, nB lier CAptlim
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n ,,,. , ,.nvH ..iii in kiiimi if tho
alhes marc) to Pekhig
i,i The n l""T ., LZ".A l?,ltl
......iti.w.i, 1lpvo h.vj iit.ii ui
to inassnero Christians Nearly Ull LIU) iL
mltslons havo been destrojed.
On July 30 a part of Gen. Orloff'H foreis
nttr.cked tho Chlneso regulais, capturing
one gun and a number of (lags and
tho Chinese commander nnd 200 men
llusslan railway parties In retreat were
bombarded by Chlncso In tho
Thrco guaids and ono workman
wcro killed and twenty woikmen lied lo
th.. mmuifiin. ni,.,,, ne ,.i,nn, i,n,... r., I
Li Ping Ilnng, tho new master of Pe-
Mi g, h is beheaded tvro members of tlm
Tiling LI Yamen nnd aonounced Li Hung
,'nc0 w"lle they woik out their destiny,
thft,Just as we have protected the republics
CenUnl "ni1 South America and are,
the Mon.oe doctrine, pledged to pro-
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mm mo ui canning on a.uesue to maKe them a put of us, or to
chnrgo of maintaining relations with for- hold them ns subjects, wo propose tho
elgners. only alternative nnmely, to glvo them
Ritslan War Office tilegroms recolvcd Independence nnd guard them against
In Washington from Dastern Siberia imolestntlon from without,
slow tho Chin.so havo destrojed tho lull- Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
rrnei In soverul place's. Interrupting tho Ceimmltteo: I can never fully discharge
panngo of through trains. Tho Cossacks the debt of giatltudo which I owe to my
row guard 2.000 v cists of the frontier rail- countiymen for the honors which they
ron.d' ,. . . I have so generously bestowed upon mo;
Iho Russians havo taken tho town of hut, sirs, whether It be my lot to
In Mnnchurln, taking ono gun ny the hlrrh ollloo for whlnh tlm nnnvnn.
ano a quantity of Mauser carlndges. Tho ,
Mintner Sllenga suffered sovcrely from
Chlneso rlllo lln. Tho Russians bombard
ed Alguu with twelve mortars and tho
Chlneso replied. Ono Russian officer and
live men wero killed and llftien wounded.
Pacific Hniclwaro Con pnny Claim
No Broach of tho Law.
The Pacific Mnrdwnro Company resents
tho Iden Hint It broke any law In
Its recent "Iterations of n nhed back
of tlio Stangenwnld building. Manager
"There Is no law within tho knowledge
of the rnclfla Hardware Company
that requires a merchant to secure
from the authorities that ho
may provido shelving-, countcro or racks
on which to display, assort or to conveniently
storo and handle his goods.
nnd tho attempt to expose tho Pacific;
Hardware Company ns a wilful and
violator of the law Is ontlruly
uncalled for, Within u, uulldliirj on
aium'iuiih street recuntiy leasoii from I
Lowera &. Cooke, tho Paclllo Hardware
Company erected a tacit resting on tlm
ground, whluli was Intended 0 carry
propei ly imsoiti'd soma SCO tons of Iron
Tlio contractor found some point In
tho lulcilur nt tlio building In tlio wuy,
(ind knocked them mil, thus lulling it
Portion of the building rent on tlio ii1(
for kiippmt. If tliu PaelilQ Hardware
Company violated (ha law It did nn
..,..,...., piomei llntcd purpose, mi.) It
rjucullnim tlm slftluinent thai ( In any.
wy uxcvedeit u prlvllev "
He Lays Down the Issue
A STRUM SPEECH
The Financial Issue is Avoided and
the Philippine Issue is
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind , August S.
William Jennlgs Urynn of Nebiaska.
and Adlnl 13. Stevenson of Illinois, were
notmed of their nomination for the of- promo moral fnctoi In the world's
,.f i)n.iiii.ni nn.l Vln, 1'resldent I r"1' ""'I t nccepted nrblter of tho
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lespectlvely In Military laik, shortlj
arter L'isu ociock tins niieruoon.
sands of people witnessed tho
Senator Jumen K. Jones, chair
man of the Democratic Natlonnl Committee,
was Intioduccd by Mayor
gnrt ns presiding olHcer. Senator Jones
In n brief speech introduced Congressman
James 1. Richardson of Tennes-
si o. tongressman uicnuruson was re
ceived with wild cheers ns ho mounte'd
the stand to olllclnlly notify Mr. Hryan
of the fact that he had been selected ns
Presidential nominee of tho Democratic
Convention nt Knnsas City.
When Mr. Itijan arose to reply n
deninnstr.i'tlon occurred which perhaps
has never been equalled In this city.
When older was finally restoied Mr.
Hrjan began his nddressTwhlch was of
considerable length. Cheer upon cheer
greeted him nt cveiy telling peilod
He spoke as follows;
Mr Chairman nnd membeis of the
notlllcutlon committee: I shall at an
early day, and In a 11101 e formal manner,
accept 'the nomination which ou
tender, and I shall nt that time discuss
the vai lous questions covered by tho
Democratic platform. It may not be
out of place, however, to submit a few
obscivntlons nt this time upon the general
chaincter of the contest before us
and upon the riucstlon which is declared
to be of paramount Importance lit
YhcMl I buy that the contest of 1000
Is a contest between the Democracy on
the one hand and plutocracy on the
other, I do not mean to say that nil our
opponents havo dellbeintclychoson to
give to organized wealth a predominating
liilluence In the affairs of the Government,
but I do assert that on" the
Impoi tnnt Issues of the day the Republican
patty Is dominated by those Influences
which constantly tend to elevate
pecuniary considerations and
Mr Hijnn then discussed the Philippine
question at great length nnd concluded
There Is an easy, honest, honoiable
solution of the Philippine question. Jt
Is set foith In the Democratic platform
nnd It Is hubmltlcd with confidence to
the Ameilenn people. This plan I
endorse If electid, I shall
convene congiess In lraoulinnry session
ns soon as I am Inaugurate!, nnd
lecoinmend an Immediate declaintlnn
of tho nation's purpose flrst, to establish
a stable foim of government In
the Philippine Islands, just as wo are
now establishing a stable form of government
In the Island of Cuba: second.
to civo luueneiHIenoe to the Filinnns.
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.Iitendenco to the Cubans: third, tn nrn.
tect th. Killplnos from outside
' -- VtllJil JU -H uropean protectointe
often results In tho exploitation of the
wind by the gunidlan. An American
protectorate glves to the nation
the ndvantage of our strength,
without making ,lt the victim of our
gieed Tor three qtiaiters of a century
the Monroe doctrine hns been a shield
to neighboring republics, and yet It
Hs- " Tr"t, n win ,il , had J 1 aided i us 1.,
the wnr with Spain we oould not
ably turn them over to their former
musters; wo could not lenve them to be
Victims Of tho amllltlnlls ilcnltrnn nt tlin
Duropenn nations, and since wo do not
tlon hus Unmed mo or to spend tho
remainder of my days In nrlvnte life.
It shall be my constant ambition and
my controlling puiposa to aid In realizing
the high ideals of thoso whose
wisdom nnd courngo nnd sncrlfico
brought this republic Into existence. I
A TRAIN-ROBBING TRAGEDY ON
THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
DBNV13II, Col, August 5 Two masked rnbbeis committed ono of the worst
crlmtH of tho tear this Hide of Hugo, Co, shortly after midnight this morning,
when they held up tho passengers In two Pullman cars on Union Paclllo train No.
t and killed William J. Fay, ono of Denver's oldest citizens mid now of Anaheim,
C'nl , hernuao ho hud tho rourngo to defend, a woman In un adjoining boith
against tho ruttlnns' threats. Tho mnniyaiid valuables that tlm bandits secured
who of comparatively little moment n vlnw of tho sacrifice of Mr, Pio's life,
for tho latter leaves a great host of friends In this city, California nnd other
ph res to mourn his Iruglo death,
Tho lobbers liourdul tliu Union Pacffio passenger tmln at Llmon Junction
Thoy were told by Conductor I), II. Smith of tho ruir Pullman lo get off at tho
next slap Smith was soon after held up with 'a revolver nnd tho huhi set ulio.it
Ihilr work. Tho Uller of tho Iwo carried a sack for tho valuables, while tho
shorter ono preceded with a weipon and
l nt ii lime, ihey gut well along without raising any dlsturbanre, It Is said,
nnlll they reached tlm berth of Mrs, W n Horner of Denver. Pay heard tho
illilurbiiiica that enmitd Tlm first robber was holding a io1or ut tho worn
nn's he.nl nnd iloimimlliiK her money Pn quickly reached Into hi berth and
diew h'H own revolver, Notwithstanding hnt Pay wns counted crack shot, his
hulkl went wide and tlm mhbur mined upon him with two shots In quick sue
union Tlu, Him iiiiseii l'y, hut the second struck him In the iimutli and eminc
e fiom iho buck of his hrud, I.IIIIiik him Instantly. Ilu Ml backward Into liU
birth, his fuel Imniilmt nut upon tliu llnor
Tho iiioiutnry nrnllt nf tin rseiuiudo to tlm robber will probably not exceed
I'M and probable Hint thoy may suffer the wrutli of the eltUun of Lincoln
manly iiiuy 1'Hlll.llli lir Mil Ulllll IU11
tltin 'riiey encitind nt IIuko, bu a nwmlior
Iff wem noi lonif (irwra on itm BrouihJ
ran ecnreivo of a national drttlny
k the B 01 Irs uf tho present and
th past 11 destiny which meets the
r spot mbilHI' s uf today and measures
tip to tho p mslbMtlcs of tho future.
n repul) ic, resting secure y upon,
the foundation stones (Uarrled by
lutlonnly.patrloln from tho inuuntnln of
Eternal 'I ruth a republic nppiylug lit
111-001110 and proclaiming to the world
the self-evident proposition: That nil
men nre created equal; that they an
endow oil with Inntlcnnblc rights; that
governments aro Instituted among
men to secure those rights; that governments
derive their Just powers from
tho consent of tho governed, Iiehold
n republic In which civil and religious
liberty ntlmulnto all to earnest endeavor
and In which tho law restrains every
hand uplifted for a neighbor's Injury
11 republic In which every citizen In n
sovereign, but In which no one cares
to wear 11 crown. Heboid a republic
standing erect while empires nil around
are bowed bencnth tho weight of their
own nrmnments n republic whose Hag 1
Is loved, while other lings are only)
feared. Heboid n republic Increasing In
population, In strength, nnd In
enre, Kolvlng tho problems of civilization
nnd hastening tho earning of an
universal brotherhood a republic
which shakes throne) and dissolves
by Its silent cxumple, and
gives light nnd Inspiration to thoso
who sit In darkness. Heboid n republic
gradunlly but suiely becoming tho
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"1 " 'ifiriiHn fl icji.llllIU 11 lll,OU
lol.y( nku lIle ,mth of Ule justi ..WnB tJle
sinning iigiu tnnt sninclli more and
moic Into the perfect day."
WASHINGTON, August i. The rtrst
serious check which the American
troops have met In the Philippines during
the past two months Is iccordcd In
a dispatch received this morning from
General MncAithur. It Is assumed that
the little American command which
suffcied so xovei uly waj, completely
tiapped and was obliged to suriemlcr or
to bo exterminated. The message Is as
"MANILA, August I. Adjtltnnt
Washington: First lieutenant
Alstneter, coips of englnecis, United
Stutes Army, with nn escort of fifteen
men. was attacked August 1. on the
rilfl fl 1 lilt 11 null Unit HTIrviml rln irnmnl
(Muon. .inn Kn. Ti,irn T.,i,nr,. i.v ,, .
. ... ... I
1 1 1 "; -A
aimed band of Insui gents reported Sf.O
strong. Tlio entile putty was killed,
wounded or cnptuied.
LUZON ItHHRLS MAY SUItRHNDUU.
Ki:V YORK, August ". A cable to
the Sun fiom Hongkong says: Manila
advices to the rillplno Junta assort that
General MacArthur and General
a leading rebel commander,
nit negotiating for the surrender, under
the amnesty pioclnmntlon, of tho Insurgent
fotces In Central Luzon. These
lobel forces Include those under Colonels
Lucnna nnd Tecson, who last
Wednesday captuied Lieutenant
of the englncei corps and eleven
cav .ilrj ifvcri.
Talmago on tho Czar.
HHRLIN, August f. Rev T. de Witt
T.ilmnge, who arrived here ycsteiday
vv Ith his family from St Petersburg,
pleached In tho American Church today
on "Encouragement to Christian
To the coi respondent Dr. Talmngc
salil "While in St. Peterabuig I was
Invited to dine with Dmperor Nicholas,
who Is In excellent health and gives
one the Impression of being phjslcally
strong. He seemed to bo much Interested
In American politics and Inquired
regarding the prospects of the Presidential
election. He Is extremely well
Infoimcd ns to American affairs generally.
The Czar talked freely nbout
the China question and said ho expected
that all would pass off without long
Dr. Talmage, who was favorably
with the development of the
Russian people, snld: "I found as much
lellglous liberty In Russia ns theie Is In
New York or Washington."
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHD. SAVED
HEIl LITTLE DAUGHTER'S
I am tho mother of eight children,
nnd have had a great deal of experience
with medicines. Last summer my little
daughter hall the dysentery In Its worst
form. Wo thought she would die. I
tiled everything I could think of, but
nothing seemed to do her any good,
I saw by an advertisement In our paper
that Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended,
and sent and "Ot a bottle at
once. It proved to bo ono of tho very
best medicines wo over had In tho
house. It saved my llttlo daughter's
life. I am anxious for every mother
to know what nn excellent medicine It
Is. Had I known It nt flrst It would
have saved me a great deal of anxiety
nnd my little daughter much suffering.
Yours truly. Mrs. Geo. F. Burdlclc, Liberty,
R. I. For sale by nil druggists and
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co , Ltd.,
agents for II. I.
Hives nro a terrible torment to tho
llttlo folks, and to eomo older ones.
Donne's Ointment never falls. Instant
rollef nnil permanent cure. At any
chemist's, CO cents.
aroused and liitlmlduted tho passengers
U IloptllBCO I l'l " " IH'lll'lll'H
or prominent detective and the Ht.er.
to Inmlim ipiteinatla imruii.
Attorney Kinney Sues
E, S. Gill.
EDITOR OF REPUBLICAN
Lawyer Alleges Jnjury on Aocount
of a Publication in That
(from 'Wednesday's Dally.)
The climax of the controversy
nmoncst the lawyers crowing out of the
Bnr Vsaoclotlon dinner of last Friday
evening, came yesterday in a criminal
libel suit begun ngalnst Edwin S. Gill,
13dltor of the "Honolulu Republican."
W. A. Kinney Is the complainant. The
penal summons was served on Mr. Gill
yesterday afternoon at his office by
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngvvorth.
The complaint alleges that Mr. Gill
Is guilty of libel In the first degree In
thatithc newspaper In question made a
publication which tends to Injure the
complainant's reputation and good
name nnd to bring him Into contempt,
disgrace, odium and ridicule, by circulating
the alleged libel by making
It Known to others. The complaint In
full rends as follows:
William A. Kinney, being duly sworn
savs, that Udwln S. Gill, residing In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory or
Hawaii, within the Jurisdiction of this
court, on to wit: Sunday, August 12,
infin. nt TTminlnln nnil within th liirln.
diction of this court, was and Is guilty
of the offense of publishing a llbePln
the Hist degree, of and concerning said
W. A. Kinney, In that said "Honolulu
Republican," a newspaper of general
circulation in snld Honolulu, a writing
or print, which directly tended to
the fame, reputation or good name
of said "W. A, Kinney and to bring him
into disgrace, odium, contempt and
ridicule, nnd maliciously put said libel
Into circulation, nnd promulgated, exhibited
and distributed It for the purpose
of making It known to others and
thereby In fact did make It known to
others and aided nnd assisted In promulgating,
exhibiting and distributing
It. Said libel being In the words following,
Then is appended the front page article
which appeared in the Republican
of Sunday, August 12, the headlines
leading, "Insult to Judges Had Been
(Signed) W. A. KINNEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 14th day of August, 1900.
W. L. WILCOX,
District Magistrate of Honolulu.
Edwin S. GUI is commanded to appear
before Judge Wilcox on Thursday,
August ICth, ut 9:S0 o'clock a. m.,
then and there to answer the charge
of libel In the first degree made ngalnst
The dn after the article appeared
Mr. Kinney Bent a letter to the Republican
In which he demanded a retraction
of the statement that a number of
his cases had been stricken from the
court calendar. In Tuesday's Republican
there was an editorial apologizing
for the .statement. In Tuesday's
Advertiser Mr. Kinney had a signed
letter In which he asked an Investigation
of the charges In the Republican
that there was In Honolulu a "ring of
lnwveis who dictated to the courts here
In the past." Judgo Humphreys requested
tho Gland Jury to pay no attention
to signed statements In the
newspapers, and less than slxhoura
thereafter the criminal libel suit was
Following Is the letter from Mr. Kinney
to the Republican demanding a retraction:
Honolulu, August 13, 1900.
E. S. Gill, Esq., Editor Honolulu Republican.
Dear Sir In tho Issue of the Republican
of Sunday, August 12, there appears
"Some of the old cases that Mr. Kinney
was Interested In, and which hod
been carried on the calendar for years,
were stricken off. No valid reason was
presented to tho Court why the attorney
should not bo ready for trial, and
there was no reason for the cases not
being stricken off tho calendar."
Tho stutement Ib false. Please retract
It at once, and with the same publicity
with which It was innde.
W. A. KINNEY.
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