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DESEKET l JjrVENING EVENING MEWS WEDNESDAY Y JUL JULY JULT111900 YIl 11 1900 d il1
BRYAN OPENS OPENSTHE OPENSTHE OPENSTHE
THE CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNIs
Is Duty of Every Citizen to Woigh WoighIssues WeighIssuos WoighIssuos
Issuos of tho Day DayTHE DIlYTHE DayT11t
THE DEJIOCMTICHATFOKM DEJIOCMTICHATFOKMHe DEMOCHAlIO l11ATFOIm l11ATFOImlie
1 1lie
lie Ucclurcs It llie Irealnl I rea t 11 I One Onetloptcil 0110dolltNt OnettOLtcd
tloptcil In Itecrut Year Iln Towiio Towiioirltlcl ronIOlrllirhu rowuorIiIcIea
irltlcl lrllirhu e tliv Ih ht Adiululmrutloii Adiululmrutloiijnarv idIniiIpdrutlonT
T
jnarv jnarvLincoln 1 JrArvIncorn 1Iv tClta1 tClta1llncoln
Lincoln Lsu o Jujy 1U WThi inrormai inrormaicj
cj 1 fill of the th Democratlo political politicalmpalgn political1I1vairn politicalInpaign
mpalgn took place In Lincoln today todaytwo
two ratification meetings rn tingi one In the theirnoon tb tbrnqoll therflqofl
irnoon conducted con4 ctea by y the tb P le ppiaiiita ppiaiiitaA tmll llllstl llllstljl U UU
U A Silver Republican of Nebraska Nebrukone
1 one this evening yemll conducted by the thej theniocrata
j mocrats W V J Bryan C A Town Townan
> n J I D Weaver and nd other leaden of ofV ofj
l < V j parties outlined the work of the thel the1I11lln the4lgn
1I11lln l > algn in the tb Interest of Bryan and andnnIUn nd ndt
1 umum umumVt tfllUflthe
Vt t the afternoon meeting the tI speak speakwtre peakI
I wtre Ire Mr Bryan Congreiaman cO Ulrnan Bha Bham lhatit ha hath
< m of Colorado ° Cyclone Darte of ofX otXII ofXiL
X XII XiL > K Former AMlitant Secretary of oft ofHi
t Hi Interior Webster blter Davis Charlet Charine A Ane t tne
ne and nd Oen J U Weaver WeaverMH Waverm WeavefMIt
MH m BRYAN TALKS TALKSMi
Mi Ir Bryan spoke p k last and nal only lit I re rer
I r use to repeated rep ated call He IT WM 1 wild wildherred wild11I wildtftctd
herred 11I trld a al Chairman Bdmlston J In Int
t luoeU him him a U Mr Ir Bryan of North NorthA NorthAwrlca
A Awrlca rica ricaI
1 feel almost as allf a If I ought to apologise apologisef i if
f not being able to call myaelt my a for tort
r r Republican said Mr Ir Bryan amid amidi amidliter
i Khter Mr Uryan then paid an elo eloi eloIlt
i in tribute to GenWeaverCATowne GenWeaverCATowneJ
J tl I Webster DavlBformer Itepubllcans Itepubllcansing
InK that he wondered how the He Het HtIlkan ReJIitan
t ibilvan who U l not tied to lila hi PartY by byj
1 1 j C > could refuse refu to leave the iwrty iwrtyti
ti l rj r j I oust his lot with those tho who believe believeU lIelllb
U 4 ill I tte lot Declaration lI cl rallon of Independence here hereU h hl1
U l1 i In in tiouth Africa also alsoI 110
I simply Impl want to say now tliat the theinpulgn theI theu14nlgn
I inpulgn is I begun gun so far as a the ticket tickett ticketeItit
c > t lit platforms Are concerned Mr Mri Ir Irltll
i Mtu ltll continued and from BOW until untili ulIllIIlon untIltiun
i < iU Ilon n Jay da It will be the duty of every everyuuztn eeryju everytLzfl
uuztn ju tLzfl n tu 0 take the thee e Issue before the thet tbeoIltr
t oIltr utry try and weigh them It will be the thej
where vhe hi hiLjiy hiJ his hisU
j k > if every citizen to we
Ljiy J U lies liesihirc 11t 1IeThr
ihirc jg a privilege In being an anAritrUun anAn anAritan
AritrUun An rleitn citizen and there U a repon repon1illty ruponIIIIlY esponr
r 1illty commensurate with the iirivl iirivli Ilrlvll
v i 1 < If WH w lived In a laiM where a king kingt kinetlght kingtug3it
t ought for us we would feel no re ret rlrlIdblilly
C inability t for the action of 0 that king kingit
l i it t we live In a land where wbe the cltl cltlt
t n f impresses his hi own opinion upon u the theI theIwnmtnl
I I rriiment where the policy of the thei tb tbmI
i urnmtnt may mI rn > be determined by the theof theot thei
i t of one citizen cIUI And I want to leave leavea
I a t tliuught with those who ho are r to vote votet1 votetLi ot otttd
t1 ttd fall I want every citiZen to so 0 vote votet otet
t iu > would vote If be knew that his hisMould hlli hiswould
i Mould determine this next election electioni
j c i it applause Itemember l member what It Itr Itt Itt
t ma 1111 1 You vote In Nebraska and you your
t r > determine the vote of till State Statec tte
c c the 11 presidential ticket and your youri
4 i t < < may determine the result Ap ApABB ApfUS
4 fUS fUSIr
Ir mIBER YOU ou ARm AN 4t AMBRI AMBRICAN 4tMIeflICAN ummr >
CAN CANt
r
t I WII SVhn icn o you get to the poll III to vote re rei re1110111Or retbt
1110111Or i r thut > OU are an American cltl cltlzin cUI2n cItiZfl
zin lUrut lur < at applause Remember that thatiir tbtJur
4 > Jur iir vote ot may determine d ltrmln title nation nationjosltlon nUonlFJsltlon
r josltlon ana that this nation In a large largetncoture IIII1eIDuurt lerge3nasure
tncoture Jftermines 1 the public opinion opinioncf
cf the world on the doctrine that gov govcminent 10 govrnnents
cminent come c m up from th the p people IIpllrat peoplertat opt optoreat
oreat rat applau applauFur applaueor applauei
Fur < or 124 1 year eara this nation ha i held heldr
7 r 1Ee < > re the world orld th the light of liberty
I T r more than a century H ha been beenfxample JeenxllmpJe beenxample
fxample to all the world You tell
> that we can now no be Indifferent to
hat Is going onT on You tell me m that
r L man Who lift hi vole olet against th thtrine tiNt tiNtlrln thetrim
trine of Imperialism 1 II pleading the
r jce jP of the Filipino I tell you he is
I ding the th cause of 70000000 Amerl Amerli
i i T i itltenn Aye tie la I championing
I right of the struggling IIIQMS of
t world II rid mho look to America for
f sample Great applause and cheer cheerf
I t F J JIt
Fif
if f every eer Filipino were to die dl the theild therid ther
rid r Id would go on but It this nation nationKratest
1 Krtatent Republic of the worlds his hisi hlaJut hisput
i Jut > ut uut its light If this Republic llepuhllerm
rm It s back to the doctrlneu which whichlovid whichovd
lovid a century and a quarter ago nfot a agoto O Oto
t to what nation of the world can canltOfIle cantQple
J people tQple look for hope nnd Inaplra Inspirar
1 u r 1 So you ought to be b proud that thature thatare
are re an American cltlaan and are
V to say 11 If thi Republic goes down downju
i in not to blame for Its downfall
i Jiiat applause and cheers cheersKVEN1NQ cheellVENING cheersEVNING
KVEN1NQ MEBTim MEBTimU IEJaTINGIt
U the th evening meeting Mr Bryan
II Mr atovenson were given a alhndoUI
t indoiis greeting by the crowds crowdsWetv
i h wen cheered again and acaln a aln as
t arrowed klrf on the platform platformr
r Town delivered the moat ex
J t I i I fpeech J tI h of the th meeting outlining
rgumtnt on which the Democrat DemocratMH
r ijrt erty MH 111 fight the campaign of
11 Tone criticised the attitude ttltud of
1 t
i scvernment toward the people of
Rico and the Philippine Philippinec 1hlllpplneewalbd
c ualked acroM acro Porto Rico on a
4 t Iff f flower spread by the con
r t inthuiam of the Inhabitant Inhabitantjl
I jl I and we have compelled them themilk
Ilk i on thorns In return returnare
are piiuie up expenditure eX by
7 f r Y1rd irrds of
millions on land and tea
I rlH tr r to make commercial return
I J > udands udandsVl U lndl lndlI1r
Vl ftadding I1r adding to the strength tren th of the
1101 iiiio by b sacrificing thousands of
r Ct1M t > to disease insanity and death
T have quitted our own to stand
fr fIlrn n ground
A 1 have formed form a partnership with Hh
r M < l wherein we w Inure all the dan
< 11111 IIhe he reap all the benefit benefitaye
Ie v have aye ceased to quote the r rof Dec
of Independence Jndfl fndenrt w WI e hive
n contemptuous of Hi the Conitltu Conitltuf ConitltuiTI
f y II h IIwI iTI rf t rechristened < > hr brllteMl1ll4ughter t n tJ slaughter and
1 It civilisation civilisationar
J W ar ar putting man to the word
nHllandl > u and end are ar to call ourselves OU IVH
f ZPnts Ttf of him about whose lowly
> nineteen centuries eI ago the theBRYAN
e
r
L M ot hv heaveej ag K Peace on earth
wii 111 to rntn rntnnRAN n4flRRYAN
BRYAN IS ORATBPUU ORATBPUUTowne anATJDFt1LTI
Towne TI W1I1 wa succeeded by b I Mr
i tn n who was Introduced latro llced by II tremeii I
I H 111IaUIle He spoke spokeas as a follows toll follow
4 a 11111 IIIlpl grateful to the people peoplecity
i tatl and city for forthlr their approval p roal
y nomination Pour yean yea M ago the Ut
gave 111 i me about llOM 11 i plurality lurRllt
0 1 thr three occasions Hue II that tin Ume Iftf
l iMe Ilt of Nebraska Nebra declared their theirh
h r ht I i1 h hV have 141 ° ° the J been Political contdlll P prlDdpJew W tor
I rn Mt Yalft j ough to bell believe that
r uNlort 11 meant aa a personal personalM
1flImnt twlr M I eeept It M 1 an evidene dence denceT
T ttnot r1 tt 10 nit Principles to
hi Ji h I have ha b hee w wifrt wifrtPhtt dd ide f ffiti
fiti 11 lt tions fi t ntn this III llr pln < ien M undfr r con on
far fS
lrable
more f rlLbe to MILMI U t
>
MUNYONSJUJARANTEE MUNYONSJUJARANTEECtroug MUNYONS GUARANTEE GUARANTEEGtrolllt
Ctroug Amerllnui ni R tu Jiut Jiuttl Wla Wlathe hat hattlaa
tl the > o lleniedlo Will Do 10alQlI10a 1otIet
alQlI10a Iuiyo carets nirtnttfttb uat uatIbJI
tb IbJI t hti hi BkwMttM6 BkwMttM6t 11II 11IIOlle
I t Olle e will ret seiny seinyIII iMyill r
III 11 rl 0 0UIIIJ eap t of lbMMU lbMMUtiuj iiuiiitarn <
tiuj la t few f konill oet oetthai I
thai Mi iii ItiMfl Out OutWill CItIII ts tsII
Will III II mrr IttdltMtlo 11id IKl IKlill mIII iWIn
ill tiwiirb trv trWl trWlUld tIWt Ul UlUut
Uut hi ilia Kldn Kidney Our Ourlll 0III tsr5th
2 5th lll ref re VO per CM CMf eretI 1 1t
I t ill eei i ft kM Id4ItIl 7
trraiMr lilt 1 kh C Ctlrrli CIJr Ctrtrti
tlrrli IJr Cur lith Ul curs O1Ni OINIIanll cursetarb
etarb i Ianll rib M lb mttttr bow tewlonr bowIOIlJ bowtori
lonr tori iltudlDti iblt III IIIlitidirb CliHdub 11 11UrdllI
litidirb flu will rat ratm filII filIII cutI
I I m I kind ktodofbi4ie of btiduiH II la laI
I I f tm w inUuitN tktt tkttMl haIii
Ml Iii Cold Out ia will williuftlj WIllIIIlrl1 wit wittone
iuftlj UMk tai ip njr njrind
tone al tOld ind ie 1115 i so to cu1s4Iti tbRwek IlIlO4Ir tk I ttollrr IiUr Hit Hitr at at1ffH41
r 1ffH41 fdlH It At I ill 11 dmicliti eI K tnii 1 > rlil rlilU viiiU 11 11II
U julMwl 1 lot utdlcil tdile writ Ptef li lijo 1111 1111lrotl >
1104 i A AIst it 1 PUlt It III to tbwiawlr iboIoteIythan 111 tnt CTMthan tnttban
than thoM which surrounded u UI In InIN InIN
IN 1 Bu whether we win this year ear or ornot orftO ornot
not ftO the AKht must be continued until untilrganlMd untilrpnilled untilrganised
> rganlMd wealth ream rt to control the thetftalr tb tbtllalr thetftairs
tftalr of th nation and nd It again n be betorne lie10m betomes
tomes a nation Da otJ of the people peopleAN peopleAN peopleAN
AN HONEST PLATFORM PLATFORMI
1 do not care to t enter at t the present presenttime preltntUrn presenttime
time upon a discussion of the Isauea Isaueapresented 1181111preNlIled isaueapNeented
presented by y the platform adopted at atansu t tan
kanau an ansu City I can say however that thatIt
It Is I In my Judgment the greataai greataaiplatform lT greateeLplatiorln Lttt LtttPltform
platform adopted ado ted In recent year ean If Ifnot Itnot Ifnot
not In the tb history of the country It ti tia IIa Isa
a greater platform than the Chicago Chicagoplatform ChlelOpltform Chicagoplatform
platform for It Indorse the principle principleet
set et forth In that platform and In ad addition addltlon addition ¬
dition thereto present the party po poItlon tlO tlOltlon o osition
Itlon upon several new and vital ques questions qu quUona qUetiona ¬
tions tionsThere There Is no evaakm about the plat platform platCOttll plattorso ¬
form no ambiguity or no ttouVI Ie deal dealIng fishleg < I IIn
leg In It Is I as clear at the tone of a abell abell abell
bell a as clear a I the tone of a liberty libertybell libertybell
bell bellit 11 11It it It deal honefctly with Uw American Americanpeople Amrlcanpeople Americanpeople
people It candidates arc pledged to toIt toIta toIts
It Its maintenance maintenanceIOULCKMSSBD malntaneeIDULOfI maititenaneeItULO3ID
IOULCKMSSBD IDULOfI ID 8TBVBKSON 8TBVBKSONWhen
When bn the convention cam to the theelection theaelectlon theselection
election nf the candidate for Vice Ice Pw PwIdent PreIdent PieIdent
Ident there wa diversity of opinion opinionSome opinion80me opinionSome
Some preferred an eaatern candidate candidatebelieving caitdtdatebelieving te tebelleln
believing that he h would strengthen the theticket thetlckt theticket
ticket In the East Some preferred Mr MrTown MrTowne MrTowne
Towne knowing of the sacrifIce which whichhe
he had made for principle and of hi hidevotion hilevoUolI his hisdevotion
devotion to the principle set forth In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Chicago Chlca platform Itut the choice choicefell choicer1I choicefell
fell upon a distinguished Illinois Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat
crat who once discharged with great greatcredit greatcredit greatcredit
credit the dull duties of the olnce olnceIn oltlcIn olilceIn
In the campaign of laG when plu plutocracy plutocracy plutocracy ¬
tocracy and Democracy met Lao to toface totaee toface
face Adlal dlai K Jo gteventon was w an able ableand ableand ableand
and courageous defender of 0 Democracy DemocracyDuring DmocrtoDurin tentocrtcyfluting
During the campaign he h ipokt < In seven sevenof wn wnoC
of the oloae State StateWhen SttWhen StatesWhen
When I vlalted Bloomington near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the cloae clo e of the campaign he wa chair chairman chairman chairman
man of the meeting In beginning my myspeech In Inpeech myspeech
speech I referred to him a as follow followWe tollowW followsw
We W who have been keeper of the theDemocratic theDmocratlc theDemocratic
Democratic faith love Adlal dlal B I Steven Stevenson ¬
son not for what he 1 ii but we love lovehim lovehlnl lovehint
him also because he Is 1 all we have left leftof I Iof leftof
of the last Democratic ticket tI kt The TheBible ThttDible ThpBIble
Bible tell you ou of the father who loved lovedthe lovedthe lovedthe
the prodigal son when he returned I Itell It1I Itell
tell you ou of the Democratic father who wholoved wholovd wholoved
loved the son who went not astray astrayI
I know kno that some of our allies alii felt teltgrieved feltrleved feltgrieved
grieved rleved that thee were ere tint given Iven the theMcond theHeond thesecond
second place upon the ticket but I am ameure amSUf amcure
cure that they the cannot feel unkindly to toward toard toward ¬
ward ard one who like Ilk Mr Stevenson wan wanloyal wuloyal wasloyal
loyal to the ticket named at Chicago Chicagoand
and nd who I able to defend the magnifi magnificent fIIaltllcent iriagtiltcent ¬
cent party erred set forth at Kana KanaCity lanlallClt IansasCity
City Clt In thh campaign Uuee 1lu are aregreater arereater aregreater
greater than men I shall not ask any anyone an anone anyone
one to vote our ticket merely Qere because becauseIt
It Is I the ticket of the party It deserves deservessupport dIMrvupport desirvessupport
support because al1le It stands for the t1Mbe t1Mbecia De Declaration beclaration ¬
claration cia ration of Independence In dealing dealingwith dealnlwltlt dealingwith
with the Philippine Phlltp ln and for the doc doctrine dotrine doctrifle ¬
trine of equal rights for all anit am nlt ape special lpeolal apeolal ¬
olal privilege to none In all domestic domeetloquestions domUolIuee domesticqueetioiiti
questions questionsGeneral lIuee queetioiitiGeneral tI 0118 0118aeneral
General James Jam B Weaver spoke at atsome at110m atsome
some length outlining the work to be bedone liedone bedone
done by the Democratic Silver Repub Republican nepullllcan Republican ¬
lican and Populist parties and appeal appealIng I1I1P appeallng > al alInr
Ing for harmony for th thl common cause aaueeHe OILUIMlie causelie
lie also paid a tribute to Mr Steven Stevensons StenIOnl Stevensons ¬
sons record In Congress CongressVnval Conr Conrinval CongressNaval
Naval Olllccrs Sent lo Manila ManilaSan ManiloSan HnnllaIan
San Francisco Fm n deco Cal July II 11The 11Thestemer 11Thesteamer The Thesteamer
steamer Nippon Maru which sailed for forthe rorthe forthe
the Orient lat night had on board a anumber anumller ftnumber
number of naval officers o en route to toManila toMnU toManIla
Manila and nd the Ih Asiatic station stationAmong stationsAmong tatlonAmon
Among Amon them are Commander C T TForse TFolIe FFore
Fore Perry Oarat and J S Ogden OgdenLieutenant OgdenLieutcnnt
Lieutenant Commanders J C Colwell Colwellrecently ColwellrlCtntl Colwelireeently I
recently naval attache at the court of ofSt ofSt I IIt
St James Jam J C Fremont R II Oalt Oaltand Oltnd 05ltand
and nd W F Halsey Naval 1tV1 Constructor ConstructorT
T F F Ruhm Lieutenants C B Brit Drillaln DrillalnW tain tainW
W v H O I Bullard It K Crank W Wam A AQlll AGill
Qlll H M 1 P I HUM It D Haabrouck HaabrouckJ
J Knapp I ° ip II B Price T W V Ryan C S 8dtanworth SSlanworth Stanworth
dtanworth It H Tomley and nd several severalensigns severalenllRIII severalensigns
ensigns and cadet RearAdmiral Let Lester Letter Leetel ¬
ter A Beardelee JJeard lee retired and Mr MrBeardslee NvIkardalee 111 111lleardalee
Beardslee are passengers on a Pleasure pleamiretrip lllea ure uretrip
trip Tung Kin Chau one on of the seers aecrtarle NCt9tartea seersthrice
thrice of the Chinese Ration at Wash Washington WasbIngtun Washinto ¬
ington into 1 is returning home Captain L LHints I IHll1tz Llliptz
Hints of the tb German navy na who IlA peed peedthrough > aM eed eedthrough d dthrough
through this city clt a I few weeks ago go on onhi onhis
hi his way WR home from China Is returning returningto
to Nagasaki under order from Berlin BerlinJudge DerllnJIIIIJto BerlinJtitlgo
Judge Hrmvn lIron1tiSan In Han KrnnoUco KrnnoUcoSan
San Francisco Cal July Jul 11 11Auocl 11Auocltet Assocl Assoclatet
atet tet Justice Brown of the United UnitedStates UnlteodRtat UnitedStates
States Rtat supreme court has ha arrived In Inthli Inthll litthu
thli thu city elt on a vacation trip This Th I Ihis Ihis Ilila
his fir t viilt to thl city for twenty twentyyear twentyear twentyyears
year Today TadR he wilt visit Ilt Stanford Stanforduniversity StanCordUnlyer StanfordUnIversity
Unlyer university Hy and tomorrow he will leave leavefor leaetor leavefor
for San Dlegu returning to Washington Washingtonby uhlngtonlI1
by the southern route
COMMONLYJJSED COMMONLY USED DRUG DRUGIlr
Ilr Wood ood Refer to Coffee CoffeeDr VotTreDr JoITeeDr
Dr Ja J Jas Wood of Philadelphia epeak epeakIng flpeakIng epeaking
Ing of the effect of coffee oott say M These Thetosymptoms TheHmlltom Thesesymptoms
symptoms mlltom bear client but Impressive Impressivewitness ImpreMvIwltne Impresiivewitness
witness to the terrible Injury which la laImJns 1ftbeln hibeing
being beln wrought by b this commonly ud
drug drugIf
If health I Is worth anything It Is Isworth 15worth Isworth
worth looking after carefully oartuI Any An per person perIOn person
son who drink coffee and ha h has any sort sortof IIOrtot sortof
of ailment that can be traced t back backthrough baokthrough beckthrouKh
through even a very long lIne of dl dlturliance ills dllturbnc illsturbsncse
turliance to the nervous system may
d dnfi i > nB 1I upon u n It that coffee ootr I II th the cans cansof CAUItof causeof
of the dlllleulty dlllleultyThe llltUfUltyTh ditu ulty ultyTue
The Th drug contained in coffee cotr has ba a di direct ellreet IIrect ¬
rect action upon n the nerve differing dltrerln In Indifferent Indlllerent indifferent
different people The effect may mA show showIn
In on UM person In the 01 shape Iha f of dyspepsia dyspepsiaIn
In another person In weak eyes e In n an another another n nother ¬
other palpitation of the heart In anoth another ¬
er kidney or bowel trouble In another
bad complexion or eruption on the DMskin theskin theskin
skin in another a general feeling of
lassitude and weakness at times All Allof Allof Allof
of these and a long list of 0 other dis disturbance dl dlturlHlnc diturbencee ¬
turbance conic directly from a dis disturbed dlltllrbed di disybil ¬
sybil nervoMg IIIrvO system where the nerve nervematter nervematter nervematter
matter the delicate gray substance that
I II contained In the nerve center cent and in intlie intI Inthe
the tI brsla braIAh has been destroyed tu an anextent anextent anextent
extent and 114 not replaced la1II from the food
That 1 II the tb exact work of coffee with Ith
highly organised of DIIeII people Such people IItO Ie
feel the > lOll of CO < < oft9 > > for a time unless unlessunmMhlng unlnlIom unlesssomothing
unmMhlng lIom lhln < I Is given to take it Iter place
This IK the th tnb f1IjIMlon > lon nf Poetum Pood
Cufffv ffpl it nut only unl funiih fun lhr when prop propnly proprlly propTiiy
nly made a ilclkate c < inv < > tlflvor In It Itt Itilt
t ilt lf but < iiTrl Itrts with lIh it th tho > phosphate phosphatecf
cf r 1 pntni mt o h uml a flt Hihtr it h r Himenta i Ollnlll ni n I a rciuirin rt Ut r4 > t
liy nntinc natll t to < i Tfbulld the nervou n nul nult11 HH HHim ettnt
im uti IInj j ietuQ lteuutrut iruct the tb ttariitg dun dunwork duwnwork < Ju n nwork
work that ha h bent going foI1l on from the thewe theUH theus
we us of drug cofle We ue the word worddrug worrSdrug worddrug
drug coffee cotr because all regular coffee coffeeIs
Is I in reality lIty n drug dru and Its continued continuedu
u Ullf e nil 11I in ninety nlnpl < aH 0 aa nut of a hUll huudn hUlldt hutit
dn dt it li1 > d bring trouble of 1 t some kln11 kln11Ii kin II I IJIUI1I Ilrbum
Ii JIUI1I tum Pond Coffee tfee 1 is gold l by > y Oil
flist los < GrUI
SEVERE FICH FI1TING FI1TINGABOUTTIEN riNG riNGABOUT INGABOUT
ABOUT ABOUTTIEN TIEN TSIN TSINRussian TSINRussian TSINRussian
Russian Infantry Loses More Than ThanTwenty ThanTwonty ThanTwonty
Twonty Per Cent CentGERMAN CentGERMAN CentGERMAN
GERMAN SOLDIERS SOf IKltS SUFFER SUFFERJapane SUl SUFFERTflhliiiiC DEH DEHi DEHlllalltlOo
i
Japane lllalltlOo u Iorce IlqiilppeJ Vllb itli More Moretars lor lIorIlIrll lortnriiMnr <
tnriiMnr tars tttr lIr lo t hi the Knlfo Iro Jlctuwu JlctuwuTumi UIItoetirUUII IctneetiTtiutt
Tumi unit IliHIrrt III tlr 1 Moivngrrt MoivngrrtDispatches JlotugrLIriy 0 nnrr nnrrLrI
LrI Dispatches DispatchesLondon DllpateJaLon4ot1 DIjpeteiesJLoado
London Julf qUI 11 11 4M v tn mNo Ko au authentic Authentlo 11 11thentlc ¬
thentic nw n WI from rom ftkin I ii stilt n tb tbburden lbs tbeblArdln lbsIsinlen
burden of th the dlsoatches from rom tb tbeast the UleWI thewM
east and although tb the disposition I to tobelieve tobeUe tobelieve
believe the tb optlmltUo report from fromChines IrontChtIllM troUtChlneie
Chines sources no ml 1 confidence cODnd li liIMMlbl IIVNlible ispossible
possible until the legation are per perinltUd pernUtted pernutted
nUtted to communlnte with their gas government ptrnmentL gasernments ¬
ernment If at alleged the Boxer Boxermovement Boltrmovement flourmovement
movement Is losing ground In Pekln It Itmutt Itmut Itmust
mutt have been supposed that the Box Boxn flogore
ore n r would have ha endeavored to lenil np npreinforcements uprelnCoroemenli ispreinforcements
reinforcements from Tien Tsln but in intead Inte1I itsteed
teed of that they are re itlll in great greatforce crttorel greatforce
force In the th neighborhood of the th latter latterplace latterIu latterplace
place and are Assisted llIeeI by the tI Chlneee ChlneeeImperial Cbln CblnIm Chinesimperial
Imperial Im r1a1 troops with ample efficient efficientartillery meltartlery efficiestartillery
artillery artilleryAccording artlery artleryAcorlq artilleryAccordthg
According Acorlq to a aChe Che Poo 10 dispatch Iiatch the theflghtln tl th thflghtIn
flghtln fhtln around Ties Tln Fain Tan on the Ira Iraand I 3rdand
aroun
and ad 4th th wae 1a the severest lVerelt yet ye experi experienced exprl exprlnM experienoed ¬
enced The T Chinese Chla had h UOOO 10 men at attacking attakln attacking ¬
tacking takln nM simultaneously Ilmulutut from fr the thl north northeait norh norheai northeast
east and welt and made excellent etcltnt prac practice prectc practire ¬
tire tc with over 100 10 guns rnl The defender defendernumbered dlfendert dlfendertnumb defendersnumbered
numbered numb d HOOO 0 with Kant aantupplll aantuppllland supplies suppliesand
and It w wa was e only the ireeeoce 8ce of the thenewlyarrived U UuQwlrrlved thenewlyarrived
newlyarrived Japaneee Jpnea and Russian Russiantcuni RUIIflgun
gun Aunl that prevented prvente a disaster disasterOne d dOne
One Russian Iuuln company ompny of Infantry Infantrynumberinr infant infantnumberiD iHfantrynumbering
numbering MO U I men had ha Its 11 Killed ld or orwounded or oiwounded
wounded wCulde The Th German Oru contingent cntnnt also eleoMuttered al alsotuftered
Muttered lIutrerd heavily heavl By the evening of the the4th tbe41h the4th
4th the Mutation Ituaton WAS WA very nr critic crto The Theallies Te TeIle Thesillies
allies Ile narrowly narwl escaped tpel total defeat defeatrrovldentlally detet detetIroldentlaU defeatProvidentially
Providentially IroldentlaU when things thin were at attheir attheir t ttheir
their worst orat a torrential torrentil rainfall rlnfal com comlelled comI
dIed I tied the ChInese ChlnC to retire retireOn retre retreOn retireOn
On July Cth Ih the rain having htylnl abated abatedthe abatedthe abatedthe
the Chinese Ine renewed renewe the attack attk open openIn o openin n nIn
In fire fir upon lien Tile with wlh two t 0 bat batterlee bt btterl batterle
terlee terl of upn fourInch guns gft but bt the allies alliesaided al alliesaIded
aided Dld by b two of her majeity maety steamer ateamerTerrible steamerTerribles teaer teaerrblel
Terrible < rblel 47lnrh gun IUII succeeded In InMlenclng InIncnl insilencing
silencing fighting fightingAt flrhUnAt Incnl the artillery arlr after ale eight lbt hours hourefighting hour hoursfightIng
At Shanghai It leenii seem 1 to be b the gen genfral pairal n nal
fral al belief ble that the date dte of the dispatch dlepatrhof dlptrh dlptrhf
of f July Ind asserting rtlnr that two lega legatloni 11 legatloni
tloni tonl were wer etlll tll ntandlng tndln out was an anerror 1 anerror
error either eltM accidental 1 nt1 or Intentional IntentionalI InLIntoa
Tle I Ike he courier ourtt must Have left Pekln at atlent atleast t tleut
lent live day earlier erler making Mlnr the real realaate rl rloate realate
aate ate of the inmate rneare June ttth Ilb while whilethe wbl whilethe
the Ih alleged maiwarrea mure are a aid ad to t have haveoccurred hav haveoccurred
occurred Ucured alel on June tOth 1t Until Untllhil this point pointran Jlnt Jlntan
ran an be b cleared up the greatest Xntet anxiety anxietywill anxietywill hxt1 hxt1wi
will wi be b felt aa to the fate Of the Euro Europeans Eu Eupn Europain ¬
pain peansThe
pn The e Shanghai Shahal correspondent rollndent of the theDally tbeDaly theDaily
Dally Daly Mall Ial telegraphing yesterday yeateniayTueaday Yetr yesterdayTuesday
Tuesday TuelY says iaynA aYI
A messace has b arrived rved here hr from fromKmperor trt to toRmperor
Kmperor Kwang lIeu 1u dated ted July Jul tad tadby Ic In Inby
by courier rourle from rrD 1eJctn to the tl vteeroy vteeroyof y yoC
of Xankln who forwarded It I here hlr It I Itis
10 l addrctaed ddrn4 to the t Russian Rulu ftn 1sgIIPs 1sgIIPsand llsi llsiand ll lland
and Japanese government rovenunnt It I de deplores 4pI10rei deplores ¬
plores I10rei apllfl the recent rlt occurrence ocurrlC and nd sol solemnly lt ltemuly sotetanly ¬
emnly affirm that the th foreign Cor govern governments IVer governmeats ¬
meats Ient are mistaken mlltaen In supposing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Chlneee Chlna government governent IB protecting protectingthe prtetn prtetnIhe <
the Boxer Dxr against alnat the Christians Chrl Un The Theemperor Tbeemperor Theemperor
emperor further Implore Implor their tber aid aliiIn aidII 11 11iii
In II suppressing uPPIlIln the rebellion rebploll and n up upholding upholding upholding ¬
holding the existing government governmentIn govermmt govermmtIn
In a separate eparle dispatch dhptll to the Japa Japanese Jap Japanese ¬
nese n government loemment Kwang Hau le x xpreese xVrl xpreepes
preese Vrl deep dep regret lrt for the th murder Junfr of ofLegation otJ ofIeption
Legation J Uon Chancellor Chncllor Sugylma Su lm The Thedispatche Thl These Thesedispatches
dispatches dlatehla are taken to Indicate Indllte that thatthe thattht thatthc
the emperor emprr II In seclusion lulon ami alT li I Igno Ignorant Ig ignorant ¬
rant rnt of the seriousness rou ne of 0 recent recenteventa rent recentevents i ient
events eventaThe eventsThe I
The Che Poo 10 correspondent lrr ndent of the theExpress thelIxflrei I IExnr
Exnr Express telegraphing ttlegraphlnl jterday olerB C1el C1elday Tues Tuesday Tuesday
day says The be Japanese Jpne fore to Is laequipped IseIpp IsequIpped
equipped eIpp with thirtysix heavy bear mortar moral mortarsand mortarand
and 1M 11 fIeld feld guns 1 and has pontoon pnton and andlialloon analbalon andballoon
balloon balon section ItoN It I I is s exi ulte exnected > ected either eitherMarshal 4therMarshal Uherarhl
Marshal arhl Nodan No or Marshal Oyama Oyaa will willtake wi willtake
take command cmmnd The Te plan of campaign campaigncontemplates rapalcn rapalcncontempat campaigncontemplates
contemplates contempat operations ollrtoD extending extendin over overtwo ovrt overtwo
two t 0 or three th year yearA yet yearsA
A further force fo of 11000 10 men will wU be belanded b belanded
landed at Taku a week hence henC and andtoO
10000 toO additional additonal soon ln afterward Before Beforethe t
the rainy rin reIn season Maln Is well 1 advanced advancedJapan ad advancedJan f 1 1Jan
Jan expects exptl to have 61000 troops trP In InChina Inln inThina
China ChinaTheae ThinaThee ln
Thee ThH formidable fomldble preparations JtprU ns are areviewed areviewe areviewed
viewed viewe with lb great distrust dIal Mlt by nUN RuealaGermany nUNorlr Russia0erinany
Germany orlr and France FranceAccording Fne FneAtrlnr FranceAccordIng
According Atrlnr to the Shanghai corres correspondent MII MIIontent ccvispontlent ¬ I
pondent ontent of the Rxprees Fprl It la t war ar to tothe toth tothe I
the th knife knl between lIetwe the dowager d wr erh erhpreae e mhpress I
press p and In Prince Princ Twin Ttl In a I recent recentedict recentedict nt nteict
edict eict the latter boldly bldl discards dlran his hismask hI hImuk himask
mask and sIgns JIn himself hlmllt HS emperor emperorHe ttrr ttrrIp
He Ip wnrmlv warl commends cmmndl the prowess pJt of ofhis othll ofhis
his faith falh faithl 1 Boxers u and In flowery flowerylanguage noer noerIRmuage flowerylanguage
language appeals ap al to their cupidity and andfanaticism andfanaticlem n
fanaticism fllnltcl m In the same t decree derH Prince PrinceTuan prtn prtnfun Irlnceruan
fun appoints Prince Prnr Tsuan Tlan the Iron Ironcapped Ironrapd Ironrapped
capped Prince Irllr Tuachan Than hla hi Imperial Imperialclansman Imperlllrlanlt imperialclansman
clansman rlanlt and u Can Yl 1 to command rmm the thethree tb tbthr thethree
three thr chief wings win of the thf Borer D army armyThree arm armThl armyThree
Three Thl hundred hlndN Kuronean J uran urenean refugees refugeesfrom rtul refugeesfrom
from trm Tien Ten Tsln Tim have arrived arleod at t Shang Shanghai fbanr fbanrhll ¬
hai In a slate Illte of destitution dltutnn after ter ter terrible te tsrrible ¬
rible suffering sufferingThe lulernr lulernrThl
The Thl riilnea hln version ersl of the origin of ofthe ntth ofthe
the th outbreak outbrak a u published pUbla1ln In Ihlh IhlhI Shanghai ShanghaiIt orln
It I that Baron Von VO Ketteler wa Wh hated hatedby htf hatedby
by the Pekinese 1klne who taking taklnl advantage advantageof aanla aanlaoC
of the condition ronlllon of affairs tall shot him out outof outof outit
of it revenue ren thereby UIflb canning eullni a a conflict conflictbetween enflrt enflrtbptwn conflictbetween
between the Ih Chinese rhlnil troops tTt and the theGermans te teAerma theterman
Germans Aerma the th latter ter of whom who rfentroyed rfentroyedthe fPtmYft fPtmYftthe
the TwnvUYamen TlnUYamf The Infuriated Infuriatedsoldiers InCurlatf infuriatedsoldiers
soldiers under Prince Pnce Tuan Tan then thH gained gainedfimnlete gainedenmnlete
fimnlete control cntrol over OYlr the tb dowager dowr lf em emThe e emThe
I
The Dally Dly News N lien Ten Fain Tn envies cnrrespendent tr enviespondent
pendent lndet nay IYI the allies 1111 haw hf decHed decHedto delt
to bombard bombr the native city rly which they the thehve
have hitherto hlbet hesitated hPtat to attack IUak awing awingto fwlnr fwlnrto
volved volve to the Ib many commercial comerl1 Interest Intfltl In Involved Involve involved ¬
Iokln TtCgntlonN TlllntonH Safe finfcWaehlagtan Rat SafeWasblagton
Waehlagtan WuhlIn July Jul IfiThe 11Tb following followingofficial fotlwnc fotlwncomlal followingofficial
official dispatch 411pteh was W received reo here 1t to tonight t tnlcht tonight ¬
night from China ChinaChe ChinaCi ChInahe
Che Ci he Pee Pe July JI 10Stefetary toSttetar State StateWashington IteWablngtonSn StaleWahingtonSjtan
Washington WablngtonSn WahingtonSjtan Slum Tung TPI governor governorwires R governorwires
wires w ha h has report prt 4th h July all al 1 station Itoa
lets 1111 IVUIn safe te except UNt Gannett OennanConsul Onlt GannettFovIilIt
FOWIEn Consul Consulnnscuu Oul OulI ConsulItilSOUR
nnscuu I SOU opMissiovAitins opMissiovAitinsSteamer OP MISSIOiAHUt MISSIOiAHUtSteAmer MISSIONAltlitjStrainer
Steamer Chartered by Ir Ainorlonti AinorlontiConsul jttiorintConsul morlonnConsll
Consul Consll Mnko Inkol n TMtnl Tlllrl Trip TripNew TrillNy TripNew
New Ny York Yor July JU 11 IA 11A A dispatch dlPh to t the ti
Herald from Ob c tie FV F Poe dated Mon ¬
day via I Shanghai Tuesday says 1
The Th steamer mer chartered chrtell by b the tleo Amen Amerlcan Amer Amencan
can consul 111 to rescue rUl mtaslimarlos rnloDar has liasreturned la hasreturned
returned lurMI from It IU its third tblr trip bringing
Irp brlnsnr
fifteen tCn Catholics Cathol and Rn six Ix Americans Amlra
The Te latter were wer the llw I W B Hamil Hamilton Iaml Hamilton ¬
ton and the th nv H P 1 I Peklns 1lklna and andwife andwife
wife le from frm Chlnan ChlD INi II and ad the tI lies 11Y at c rW cW Cv
W v aMter dUe and ad Prof Mason Sa laos Wella wife wifeand witsand
and child chid from Crm Ten Tn ThngChow jr Chow Cw CwTbe yn ynThe 2sThe wl
The mliilonarte mtllonar report that at Yang ane
Cha Cha ha Iwo where they thr the rpr embarked ebrt1 Box Bnxeve nx nxer
er 1 eve collected clfld snd threatened tlratpnl them thetn Na Native Nale Nalive ¬
live le Christians Ghrllnni w Wlf were re suffering lurrng great greatl IPIt IPIttfut greattreecutln
l rsecutiii > tfut 111 > The American Amlrllan refugee refugeeore Ifulr Ifulrort reftigrisare
ore ort leaving there for Japan at every everynnrtunUy 1lry 1lrynrtunlly everyurnrtunity
nnrtunUy urnrtunityThe > nnrtunUyThe nrtunlly nrtunllyThl
The Thl situation luaUon at Tlcn Fda T ln and Che
<
CARTERS CARTERSSlOK
SICK HEADAOHE IEAAHElosttlvcly
Positively 1 > curod by tlicso tlicsoLlttlo tbcsoLlto thesoIJittIo
Llttlo Llto I Ilg Ilga 11Us 11UsTirey iUs iUsTbt
Tbt Tirey also a retleve rl Distress D from f OvtptptJa OvtptptJaIadeKen DJ Dysp
IadeKen Ic and a Too To Hearty Eating Fte A per perset 1 psitest
set rt remedy ny for or Biulneu Dil Kau 2au Nausea ca Drowrf Drowrfsen D Drowjnewt
I newt sen BadTaMcIntbc B Tuf the MoutiCoatcJ Moutl Cote Tongs TongoaPah To TongsPaM
PaM P in I the tb SUe Se TORPID TRI LiVER U1 They TheyRegulate T ThrRapists
Regulate Rt the t Bowel B Purely Vegetable Vegetablemal Yee VeCtA VeCtAmatl
mal mal Pill Pi Small Smal Dosor DosorFoo CosnU
U ft ftF mt mtilcio
Foo F ilcio la I unchanged unchnr No news reaches reacheshere rb rbhere reacheshere
here from fr Pekln PeklnDissatisfaction ppklnDItfclon PekinDissatIsfaction
Dissatisfaction DItfclon Is I expressed epreted by the theBritish theBrla theBritish
British Brla residents aldent here bl at a the refusal refuialof ral ralof
of the British admiral amiral to station a war warahto warshin
shin 1 in the tie harbor babur They Te are grateful gratefulto reful refult
to t the American Amecan government Iwrment for the theHashvllle theNhvle theNashville
Hashvllle Nhvle which Is I here her almost contin continuously eODta eODtauoualy continUoUiIy ¬
uously But for the Nashville Nahvle Cbs Foo Foowould Fo Poowould
would often oten be b without wihout any protection protectionMany IJroteUob IJroteUobM protectionMany
Many M other othe warships visit here hlre but butstay butay butstay
stay stayA ay ayA
A steamer tealer which has ba just arrived arrivedreports arved arvedrt arrivedreports
reports rt that the Ut native natve city cty of New NewChwans N Nnvalur NewCbaiig
Chwans < nvalur has h ma been bn burned burnedA
A dispatch to the Journal and a4 Ad Advertiser Advertiser 4 4rllr ¬
vertiser rllr dllptch from Che Foo Fo says saysThe I ITp saysFlip
The Tp remnant fmAnt of the th Methodist Melholl eon conference eon1rnce eonlerence ¬
ference outside of Pekln Pkln and ant Tien Tim Tslnar Tllaare Timare
ar are disposing dlpOIn of themselves Ihetllv 1 as follows followsDr tollowDr followDr
Dr Hopkins Jn kln Mrs r King and her bus husband huband busband ¬
band of Pekln lln Intend to leave a on Mon Monday 4onday on onday ¬
day for tr Japan Jpn as they cnnnot Innnot stay here hereany hr herean
any a an longer 10nlr Brown DrtYn will wi probably re remain ro romain ismain ¬
main some time and nd return rlturn to Tien TienTeln TllnTIT TienTam
Teln TIT Tam as 1 soon 11 as a convenient convenientPyke rnvnlenl convenientPyke
Pyke Pk Ixiwry Dr and Mm MM Haynerof HaynerofTlon HaDer 0 of ofTion
Tlon Ton Fain Davis Hnbart Verity VerityWalker VerityWalker rlt rltWak
Walker Wak and t airs Mt U Lwr Iiwry > wry of Pekln have havechartered haechart1 havechartered
chartered chart1 steamers tAmer to bring brln the woman womanfrom WOMR WOMRtr womanfrom
from tr Tire TIlA Tsln TslnTheir TllnTer TsinThai
Their Ter embarkation embrkton was Interrupted Interruptedby Intrpte
by the bombardment bombardmentNOMH bmbrdment bmbrdmentiO bombardmentMM1I
NOMH iO uNimii u tLI1iltMAltVIAIj Um MAIITIAIJ 11 111I i 1iOIOII lttV lttVNocuity vv
iOIOII Nocuity 0 hr Ir > r It I lttrobe Arose rl e from frll Claim ClaimK Onlm Onlmhlllllll
hlllllll 1 uimtiitig K and andSan Ild JIIhUIIH JIIhUIIHn bmtwlnsIlosN bmtwlnsIlosNSait
San n Francisco Fllcllo July Jul 10 IONewl News that thatmartial ut utmartal thatmartial
martial martal IHW IW had been Mn proclaimed procalnf at atNome atNom atNome
Nome City Cly by b len Randall Ralditl In II ii charge chargeof charg
of the lIt United Unie States troops In that dis district dl dltrct ditrict ¬
trict trct was w brought here tonight by b the thesteamer Ue UeIleamr thesteamer
steamer Ileamr St Paul thirteen days from from8t rr
St Michael The necessIty neeI for martial martiallaw mrt1 mrt1law martiallaw
law arose tl out of the Jumping of mining miningclaims mlnlnclalml miningclaims
claims and other acts ao of lawlessness lawlessnessConcerning lawltn lawlessnessConcerning
Concerning Cancrnlng the establlnhment of mar martial martlalln martiaI ¬
tial tlalln law the Nome Gold Old Digger Dlleron on June JuneIHh June1th June9th
IHh 1th say I The government Ivrrnment of the thecamp Ibeamp thecamp
camp was last night at t a special Ipeclal meet meetIng Iet Ietin insetIng
Ing in of o the chamber chmbr of commerce cmmer given givenlargely givenlargely vn vnlarrly
largely Into 111 to the hands hand of Commissioner CommissionerKawson Commllaer CommllaerJwn CommissionerRawion
Kawson Jwn The cause cau that led up to It Itwere Itweore itwere
were te the he condition cnditon of property that thatpeople thatpep thatpeople
people secure secureI pep had har been bn led to t believe belev were wr In Insecure Ihleu insecure ¬
leu I never saw such a camp In all my
life lfe said ald Capt Charles Cbare Anderson Ander who whowent whowent whowent
went north aa sailing lmn master of the thebark tbebark thebark
bark Alaska It was w a case ae he hI con continued eo contlnued ¬
tinued tlnue of Ishmael Ihmael all al over r again alD and andyou andou andyou
you ou could never tell tel when your dearest dearestfriend durt durttrltnd dearestfriend
friend was going to Strike you There Therewere ThereWere ThereWere
were days daysThe live fy shooting hootnr aorapes pel Inside of five flvedays IvedaYI fivedays
The 1 next et steamer lemr f hn horn om Nome Noe will wi be becrowded b becrowded
crowded rowdt with wll paaaengm Jnlt and ud the th rush rushcoming Ih Ihomln rushcoming
coming omln homeward will wtl be as great St Sttbol aa aathose asthose
those tbol that made up the stampede for forthe rorlhe forthe
the frosen fl north northAmong nortbAmone northAmong tmpe
Among he passengers puner from Cape CapeNome Cp CapeNomne
Nome there were Wfe some who returned returneddisappointed rturne returneddisappointed I IdllPpolnte
disappointed dllPpolnte These Thei report about but 30006 30006men 30 30000lnen
men len there many fnny of whom are unable to tonnd tofind
I
find tnd employment em loyent They Th say I also 110 that thatmoney thatInone thatmoney
money Is I scarce Ire with Uh many man of them and andthat andthat n4 1
that tht many mn will wi return on the next nextsteamer nextItlmer nextsteamers
steamer
Itlmer Itlmer8hnl
Kline 8hnl Rock Hcmovcd HcmovcdSan Hetool
San In Prancaico Frnclc Cal July 11 1h 1hwor liThe liThework The Thework
work wor of removing remolnl Shag Sb Rock Hok that ha haever h hevr has hasever
ever been bn a menace to shipping In this thisharbor tbliharbr thisharbor
harbor harbr Is completed A survey lure of the thebottom thebtom thebottom
bottom btom of the bay ba at this point pint where wherethe whee wheethe wherethe
the rock rk had shown its Il head bove the thewater tbewater thewater
water shows bo thirty thlryen thirtyseven seven feet of wat water water wator ¬
er A guarantee fuarnt of only thirty tblry feet tet of ofwater o ofwater
water was wa required ruln of the contractors contractorsThe
The work wok of removing rmovln Arch Arb Book Bookwhich Ro Rockwhich
which obstructs oblMtct the channel near ner Al Alcatraa Alcatru I Ictr
catraa ctr will wi now be b commenced commencedMore commeac commeacoro commencediioro
More oro Trouble rrollle for fJ the Dolphin DolphinSan 11 > 111111 111111In
San In Francisco Pranclo July Jul H 1lThe 11The The steamer ateamerDolphin steamer1olphin temr temrJolphlb
Dolphin Jolphlb which had such lucb an eventful eventfulvoyage eventfulvoyage
voyage 0 to the coast from New York ork la lacontinuing laenUDuln isconUnuin
continuing enUDuln her voyage oyalt to Seattle htte with witha wlb wlba
a prospect prpt of more mort trouble truble before btor that thatport tht thtprt thatpert
port prt Is I reached rhe On Monday 10bda 150 15 tons tonlot tonlotcol of ofcoal ofcoal
coal col were put In her hlr bunker and nd Just Justa JUt
a a 5 the work was a completed a row rowstarted rw rowstarted
started Itarte among anl the men of tl the crew Cft and andfor andfor
for a few w minutes a I fit Cr fits fight flltt was In Inprogress Inprot Inprogress
progress prot on her decks No one w wvloully wasslously was wasseriously
seriously hurt however howeverA
A lUNKHUS 1ilmWS BANlCliItSlIWtfllrfOXS BANlCliItSlIWtfllrfOXSiv PICCUIjATIOXH PICCUIjATIOXHAV IIOUITI S SA
AV A Paulson Pnnlsol AilmllN 11118 that tlt Ho 10 Doo Uootorocl 1ootorrid Dooloroil
torrid HI I11 Ills Accounts AccountsChlcazo tououitsChleso uonnts uonntsCblco
Chlcazo Cblco July llWIIUam 1WII A Paul Paulsen Paullen PaulSen
sen len former tnrr president Jtldenl of the t failed Cen Central Central en entrll ¬
tral Trust and Saving bank bk admitted admittedon dmlte
on croMexamlnatlon Juggling the no nocounts 1 1couat mecounts
counts and d cash to I lifts > aw Jglnr the examina examination Ixaln Ixalntlon exacilnalIon ¬
lIon by t the bank auditor u4ItO Paulsen I Ion II IIon ison
on trial te In Judge Brentanon Brntanol court courtcharged rourtchar courtcharged
charged char with lb receiving rfrvn a deposit It of oftter 1103 1103after JO JOafter
after lila hi bank bnk had become b Insolvent InsolventAn Ineolvlnt IneolvlntAn
An extract 1Iract from trm the t minutes mnutl of the thehank thehnt thebank
hank director Irftor meeting mftn held December mbl
16 1 IBM tlt shows hoWI that Pautoen IIulen deposited depositedto deo ltN
to th tl the credit Irldll of W A Paulnen Pulln special speciala Illal Illala
a draft on a I London In < on England lrnd bank bankto
to the th amotmt amont of IttOM 30 which he h car carried carvied u ure ¬
vied re on hit hi bank books bk a aa cash until untilJanuary unti untilJanuary
January Janlllt 31 ISM 1S when whtn It I was U enterrd enterrdon fntrd fntrdon ntcncdon
on the thl book bOlk an returned unpaid Paul Paulsen Petl Petln Paulsen
sen n admitted that the draft was U never neverreally nev nevrl1 neverreally
really rl1 deyerited ctJtd nor nr sent nt to London LondonAVItnean london londonWHn LondonVitness
AVItnean WHn admitted mlt that tht the original originalRtock ortrlnalItOk originalstock
stock ItOk of 2000 8 0 wan 11 mostly mOtr paid pid from fromNSM fromIt
NSM 5051 It > U of two old banking blnllnr concerns conernl the theWestern Ih IhWntf theWestern
Western Wntf Trust Trlt and Savings In bank and sndthe no andthe
the tb tank Ik of Paulsen talen and ad Parse I rl and andthat andthat andthat
that when wl hank banl was U visited vUM t tl by > r the theauditor Ihl h hauditor
auditor auditr IfOeOOO 00001 o wa brought bfUlhl to his hisbank 1111 liiibask
bank balli in shah Ilh an and n < exhibited fxhlblM to the th audi auditor Rudltnr auditar ¬
tar and an returned to the other ntl banks af after atter ¬
rurn a
ter the tb departure aru nf the th auditor auditorPaulsen audior audiorJulln auditorPaulsen
Paulsen Julln also Rll admitted admite that tht three threenote thrpno threenbc
note no nbc carried r as assets lae and ad amounting amountingto
to 0 tUWie utt fllOOSwere were eo lbl thoW af f ImwrKinoDOe ImwrKinoDOemenln Ilntle Ilntlet1n Irresnoneiblemnin
menln t1n his hl emplovaml emtYnlt emnlwiadthst that tht of If r the Ih 11 11ens tin tinMM 1
MM Mils 111 re rh tcoivmlele lrolle all aht hut 341050 M were wereheld w whel wereheld
held hel l as collateral llltprel for fltbts lbt of the bank bankwhen bankwhen ankwbn
when wbn It I failed failedMnixis Cali CalimiW failedMtltlNIit
Mnixis miW Ion OIIIXA OIIIXAOnpt OI OInllt ClIltCflhit
Onpt WiltIng Wll10l tlrooklrn nNlklrn Nnvy a Vnrtl Vnrtllinn Ynrl niil niiliInsflccoivcml
linn 1 iInsflccoivcml n nrcnlroiIXnOnlnri nrlolrolI XI Sn ONlor OrtlorAltotit limit Olt Tlinn TlinnNew Thri ThriNew TiicmNew
New York YCt July UIn 1JD regard Irr to the thereport th thereport
report from frm Washington that a force 10N of ofM6 ntmrlMI
M6 marines mrlMI had 111 been en ordered ore to go 1 to toChina toChin toChine
China leaving fan n 1ranctooo 11t1 by an anarmv anry anarmy
army ry transport tllnlprt on August Aurt 1 1 Captain CaptainWilde Clltlinlde CaptaInWildes
Wilde lde commanding Inmmandlnl officer ntcr at the theBrooklyn thl theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Ukln navy ny yard said 4 that no t order orderhad cr orderhad fre freha
had ha yet t beet b received TlyC from frm Washing Washington ¬
ton Captain Caplal Wilde Wltll wa WA of the opin opinion opinIon fln flnIo ¬
ion Io that tht each Ich station Itaton would oul He b tailed tailedupon Ialld Ialldup alledupset
upon up to t give up It quota There TreN are areM7 areas
M7 1 marine mrn av and nd ten officers oma at t the tb navy navyyard n navyyard
yard r all 1 rearir to start whenever whlnr or ordered n ordeted
dered 11f from Washington Whlnllo a 11 as soon In aa they theycan tht thtean theycan
can park up their knapsack and nl kit kitand It 1415and
and the trannp transport rt Id II rendy rendyW rlnf rlnfp
W vi p have tf got It < < i flml fnl out lt mit the th rn4 < nd n nf nfour ff ffUf ofOur
our Uf rfopi in 1 I kin h I n iinuuhoi m ko fnpfaln fnpfalnWlMH fln flnj reLn reLnII
WlMH j II e W > i nn irv nt f I 1 IL y thrtn thai th at atthe atthe atthe
the mercy mt of It the Boxers lJoxee I
NO o PLEDGES PLEDGESASKED PLEDGESASKED PLEDGESA8E
ASKED OF JAPAN JAPANEnglands JAPANEnglands JAPANEnglands
Englands Strong StrongAppefil Appeal to Her to toSend toSand toSend
Send Troops T roopt to China ChinaNO ChinaNO Chine1NO
NO CONDITIONS aONDllJIONS IMPOSED JilPOSEDTlio
lImo 110 3Io Jloal Zo Trnulilenetue JrIUltI IO Chapter IIIIIr In Inllurupdiiii II IIIntt1 iiillitrupemiii
llurupdiiii Intt1 llilomnoy Illooy Nlll Wil 111 I lieglii liegliion t11 t11on
on Jlcilerallon Ulmllol of I IKew Ioicc IoiccNew OICO OICOKI
New KI York 1ork July Jul 11 HA A special plal to th thTribune the therbuf theTribu
Tribune rbuf from fm London Lndon says saysWilliam 11 11Wilam saysWilliam
William Wilam St John Brodericks Brercki eiplans eiplanstlons sapianitions plan
tlons to of the British policy plc In China Cbl were weredefinite weredefinite ere eredeDlt
definite deDlt 1 so o far a h Japan wu concerned concernedThe oamed oamedT
The T British Bt b government rymmnt had ha mad ma a astrong aItn Astrong
strong Itn appeal app1 to Japan Japn to send Hd an a ade adequate ae aeQtat adequail ¬
quail Qtat force for to China to suppress uppr the theoutbreaks th thoutbreal theoutbrsaks
outbreaks outbreal of mob violence and to rescue rescueth reIu reIuthl reecuethe
th the legations leUO Japan In dispatching dlptchln re reInforcements NIntormnt vsinforcemnts
Inforcements Intormnt had not been required ruird to tomake tomake tomake
make any pledge Jleqe respecting r thl her ulteri ulterior m mor ¬
or purposes p I and ad no condition ondlton had ha been beenImposed bn bnImpe beenImposed
Imposed Impe upon her he Japan had acted led up upon upon ¬
on the Initiative InlltY upn of England at a criti critical crtt cridcal ¬
cal stage of Chinese Cblnel affair ttralre thTairs Mr MrBrod MrBrodcrick Broil Broilcrick J1 J1crick
crick did not Jot explain whether there wa waany waany was wasany
any secret eret arrangement between btween the theBritish tb tbrUah theBritish
British rUah and ad Japne Japanese government Ivmmentl by bywhich b bblch bywhich
which blch the t two empires mplre would stand ltnd to together together ¬ I Ietbr
gether against allut Russia He le avoided any anyreference an anreterac anyreference
reference reterac to a European mandate for forJapanese torJapn forJapnse
Japanese Japn action acton and ad clearly clerl there Is Isnone I Inon isnon
non Japan Japn1 at the urgent request rut rutJIland At AtKngland tifICugland
Kngland JIland I is oooperatlng ooopratn with wih the other otherpower otherJwer otherpowers
power Jwer In the restoration fllorton of 0 order and andno andno andno
no lion tionCloae to limitation lmiation are placed laed upon upn her ac action acto aclion ¬
Close CIO observers obrer already perceive frlve that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the deliverance 4Uvelhcl of the tb legation leaUon if It Itcan Itce Itcan
can ce be b effected etretld will wi not mark the end endi endlt endof
i lt of > f tit b Chinese complication cmplcation but the thebeginning thebernnln thebeginning
beginning bernnln of one of the most mOl trouble troublesome trouble1m troublesome ¬
some 1m chapter chptere In European Europn diplomacy
Japan JaJ having havlli sent a strong tron force tor Into IntoChina Int intoChina
China Chin will wi be I a as reluctant reluctnt as a Russia RUla to toretire toretIr toretire
retire retIr without wihut receiving adequate deuate com comjtermatlon cm cmIJllaUOn cornlenstion
jtermatlon IJllaUOn In territory and Germany GrmaJ will willbe wi willbe
be le equally eual persistent perl tnt In her demands demandsfor
for satisfaction for the murder of her herminister hermlnlter hersni
minister ministerChinese mlnlterChine sni fisher fisherChinese
Chinese Chine news nt offer otell a strange Irar medley medleyof mfle mfleot
of contradiction contrdlcton and surmise uml but the thegeneral thelr1 thegeneral
general lr1 tone of the press pI dispatches dptche I Ibrighter II IIbrlthfr Isbrighter
brighter brlthfr and more hopeful hopful than tha It ha habe h hb has hasbeen
be b been n There I is no confirmation Innrmton of the theAmerican ti theAmerican
American Amercan report that the tht legation were wereare werete weresafe
safe are te on July 5 which I ii a day dlY later than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the official ofclll dispatches dptche to the admiralty
but there thee I II an apparently apparenty trustworthy trustworthystatement trutworthyttemeont trustworthystatement
statement from Shanghai 8hnlhal that the em empress emII emPress ¬
press II dowager ha resumed reumed control contrl of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Imperial Imorl government Ivernment with ltlt Yung Yun Lu Lua Iuu Luam
a u chief mlnlter It I I II not clear clearwhether oler olerwhether clearwhether
whether Prince Tuan baa been ben discred discredited dllr diseredlIed ¬
lIed Ie or whether the empress mprt dowager dowarr la latill IIUl isstill
till Ul using Uln him to t keep kep the Boxer Sura under undercontrol undrcntl undercontrol
control cntl and at the same time tme dlrtn dlrtnTun directing
Tong Tun Lu and Prince Prnce Citing Cbln to protect protectthe llrotet llrotetthe 1tOtectthe
the legations legationsTljere ItlonTtr ligationTsre
Tljere are no further detail dtall of the theChinese timeChinese
Ttr tle tleChtne
Chinese Chtne operations against a1nt TIn Tilts Tslnnor Tlnnor Tiltsnor
nor any explanation of the evidence evidencewhich evldnc evidencewhich
which led le Admiral Bruce Hrule to believe bele that thatIVInce thtPrln thatPrince
Prince Prln Chlng Cbllr Is I supplying uppllnlhe the legation legationwith Iaton legationswIth
with wth food and defending them against againstassault qlnt qlntall againstassault
assault all New pw from central cntral China Is Ishowever I Ihowvr ishowever
however distinctly ItlUnct reassuring reUurla and In Indicate In41cte infloat ¬
float 41cte that tht the American Amrcn government Iverment
I is not t making progress pmrr In that quarter quarterand quare quarterand
and that tht the mission station ltton are ar safe safeLord ufeL safeLord
Lord L Salisbury 1bury himself blmllt ha b1 confirmed confirmedthl conlrme
thl view vi In a letter leter to friend fena of the theforeign UI UItorlgn timeforeign
foreign mission association associationliny associationSco BllaUon BllaUonBco
Bco hays ln1 Circular Clrcllnr Approved ApprovedLondon AppromILndon spprovelLondon
London Lndon July 10 toThe The London Lndon dally dallypaper dly dlyP dailypapers
paper P I comment favorably upon Secre Secretary 8er 8ertl Seoretar ¬
tar of State circular The
tl tary Hay Ia Times Timessays Tin TImessays
says 1 It I wilt meet with wlb general ap approbation apprbUOll approbation ¬
probation prbUOll and welcome Ieome In Great GreatBritain OtIrlln GreatBritain
Britain Irlln While Whlw It I I ii manifestly maniety dictat dictated ¬
ed by retard rerrd for American Interest Intrt It
coincide coned closely cotl in almost lmOt all 1 Important Importantrespects Imprtnt Imprtntrpt importantrespects
respects rpt with wlh Englands avowed aowed policy plcy
The reason Is simple In China the In Interests Intetl Interest ¬
terests tetl of both bth countries countre are rt primarily primarilycommercial prlmatl prlmatlcommerial primarilycommercial
commercial commerial and It I II through throu their theircommercial theircommerial theIrcommercial
commercial commerial Interests Intretl that their tber political politicalinteracts polte1 polte1InLerl politicalInterests
interacts InLerl are ar derived derve Secretary Hay lay
bears b this thl fundamental fact steadily tdl In Inmind Inmtnd Inmind
mind mindNATIOVAh mtndNTIOi mindNATIONAL
NATIONAL SIKIAIt RKPINIXO O OO OOItaporled 00I COltojtortotl
I Itaporled In Wall W Sticot Ilnt tlmt Cor Cornelius Cor Cmitohlits ¬
nelius lolhll Dosclilur Has JI Itotlrcd ItotlrcdN Botred BotredNe ltotiredNew
says N Ne New w York July llTh 1Tb Tribune Tribuneays Trbune Trbunewln Trllunesays
ayswall wln wall street trt I Is Interested Intette In a report reportthat rprt rprttht reportthat
that Cornelius Doachler Dhler ha b has withdrawn withdrawnfrom wllhlrawn wllhlrawntrm withdrawnfrom
from trm the National Nton1 Sugar Surr Refining Rfalag com company cm cmIlaa cornpany ¬
pany of New Jersey Jef of which he h had hadbeen hd hdbn hadbeen
been bn a director dirtor and nd a large stockhold stockholder tokhld tokhldW ¬
er r and has retired retl permanetnly penanetaly from fromthe trolntb frontthe
the tb sugar uar business The Th report prt I ii ac accepted a atespIed ¬
espIed cpte as true tM although Mr Jr Doechler Doechlercould J Dosehiercould > hler hlerculd
could culd not ao be b found rund when an effort ort was wasmade w wmae wasmade
made mae to tl secure scure a statement from him himHI himUl himills
Ul ills HI fellow telow directors dlrtora were questioned questionedand uUoattlnd
and nd disclaim dlalm that thlt Doschler Dchler retire retireinenl rUr retiremeat I IInlt
meat Inlt wa on account of any disagree disagreement disagreemeat ¬ I
ment The e National Nalonal Sugar SUlllr Refining Refiningcompany Reofnlar Refiningcompany
company cpny of New Jersey JI wa Incorpor Incorporated Inlrr Inlrrtd Ineorporated ¬ II
ated td on June 2nd at Trenton with wlb tto ttoOODOW U 20
OODOW oO capital onehalf being bln preferred preferredMock prfrl prfrltock preferredstock
Mock and onehalf anehlt common It I wa a aconsolidation aconaUdtQft aconsolidatIon
consolidation conaUdtQft of three of tocalled eocaled In Independent Indepndtnt independent ¬
dependent depndtnt companies compnlpthe companiesthe the National NationalSugar XaUona NaflonalSugar
Sugar lugal Refining company mpan capitalised epltalled at
11000000 100 In stock tok the Uollenhauer UollenhauerBugar MoUenburun MollenhaurSugar
Sugar un Refining nlnnlnl company capitalised rapitall at atH000000 t
H000000 00 and theNVw the J4w w York Sugar SUlr com company cm cmJY cornpatsy ¬
patsy JY with wlb n capitalisation caplalslllon of MOOOOO MOOOOOstock M o0o o0ostock
stock ItOk and n 12400000 2400 bonds bnl The Na National Naton1 Natinnal ¬
tional ton1 and the Mollf Molfnhauer Mnllonhauer > nhauer had all allalong aUalonr allalong
along been bn on friendly terms with ltb the theAmerican theAmekan theAmerican
American Amekan Sugar turnr Refining Relnln company companywhile companywhile ompny ompnywln
while wln the New York controlled cntrol by Mr MrDo MrDQsehier r rDhler
Do Dhler DQsehier chler had been bfn a strenuous t auO com comfiettyor cm cmpllor cornpetl4or
fiettyor pllor of them It I was Wa therefore thereforetaken thrfor thereforetaken
taken by tbf tb street as a an indication IndlaUonu
u
j 14IEAGLE HAS NO EQUAL EQUALmnAVAi EAGIE GML IndlaUonIB IB BRAND BRANDCON ffii i
1 CON CONDEED EN ED MILK
ii 0 mnAVAi mnAVAiSENDFORBABI SENDFORBABI END FOR BA8ESA S MOKFOft aODtpOftcfaTERS MOTHERS
SOtKFH
U INFANT IFANT FOOP Gordons Borens Condensed Milk Mik Co Now NQrUERs York YOr Yonfze
t
that Ul the te Ut sugar war wag wasower ovtr c was w wbe th thDoschler tl the theDUIeItIII
Doschler D refinery rIJ was conwlldated cOllt with withthe wt withthe
the te Natlal National and the tb Uoltanhattes Ml and andIn aDdIn andIn
In tt fact Ml the tl raising rID of the tlt pets of re refined rebe vsfined ¬
fined be sugar Ipr which ha town p D going on onrapidly ODrap141 onrapidly
rapidly during durin the last few fw week wk 11 be began b beIan
Ian at Just about but the time lme of the new newcompany D Dcmpny newoompanyi
company cmpny organisation orrallton the t trust t an announcing a announclng ¬
nouncing each advance adnal and 4 th the Ar ANbuckle Arbucke Arbuckles
buckle bucke and the new National HaUOI company companypromptly cmp companypromptly
promptly pr l making maln the new a rate rateSKATTMC rteSICNJC rateBliVfrIiIC
SKATTMC SICNJC ASSAY 88 Y OWICID OWICIDlleoolpu OI Oli1lCiJt000liittt IOIC IOICIollltl
lleoolpu Iollltl Show Omit Gain ai Over OverTliow OtrTIIJ OverTliuee
Tliow TIIJ of ImH IMt Ve 1er 1ertl Y5ltl Y5ltlaestil r rSaattl
Saattl tl Wn July ILT ILThe Initial re report rep yeport
port p of the tb United Unied Stats Ita assay offlc offlcat ole oleat oiflceat
at Seattle Btt for tr the fiscal t year fr ended endedJuae eaddJta endedJune
June Jta N has tu been bn Issued lue and ad the re receipt r isceipte ¬
ceipt eep show a marvelous teloU gain n over those thoseof tbO tbOot
of th the previous prvlo year yer During this time timeMB timeI timeL3
I L3 MB deposits 4ePt with lh an lD aggregate aarate value valueof
of 11u1 lfMIMn have been bn made This Thisenormous ThleaoUi Thisenormous
enormous eaoUi sum 1m In weight welht represents representsMM1110 rlrfnt
MM1110 110 ounces ounc of virgin vlr placer pl6lr gold goldIn goidhi oJd oJdla
In the tb previous prelo year ear the deposits dpl num numbered numb numbared
bared b 4421 and ad were ere valued value at WNM WNMW2M
W2M 824 Taken Tae T by b the months IDU u the receipts receiptswere receiptwre
were aa folloW foihiws o1dW Jut July 1W 1 437345August m37U6j m37U6jtrt 373T 373TAugust
August trt tM440l4C 14eos4 11 September lpttb llltt 11
21143 2IUjOtber October tt4S4 242420400 UUI4t 24 0 November NovembertM4M2C4 Novmbr NovmbrtH8
tM4M2C4 tH8 December Decembr 112864525 12 M25 Janu January Janucry
cry 1 1800 18 tlS 1IUIUI 1l35002U 82 February 1133 113303JSJ amoau 133
03JSJ March Marh 10140131 101416 April Apll tn tnOWU ailM3
OWU M3 May M74J370 7070 June llm7M4i llm7M4iThe 117IUl 117IUlTb 114778441The
The table shows how that July Juy was th thmonth Lbmont the themonth
month mont of the heaviest deposit dept and May Maythe Marthe
the lightest lhtt Since Iln < the first ftt of July Jul ofIhl ofthis of ofthl
this year yelr tbe office omc ha ha has received rlve over overthree ove overthree
three th and aac onehalf oaehlt millions 1101 as against againstfour againstfour al altour
four and a quarter quter millions mUlo for the thewhole t thewhole
whole month mont of July Jul ISM It I Is I ex expected npte ixpected ¬
pected pte that the receipts relpt will wn foot Cot CotbYODt up p
over beyond bYODt six ll millions mUlo before bto the tb month li liover I iiover
Clioleni Vlliern A AltIlOtiH IIII > iio < U iit nt Koliat KoliatSimla IfaluIlml BoliatSlmla
Simla July Jul It 11holra iLCholera Cholera ha appeared appearedIn app
In severe ver epidemic form tur at Kohat KohatIn Kohatmiles N Nmile
mile In south luth of Peshawa Puha Two hundred hundredand hund hundnd hundrand
and nd seven ven cue cu and seventy lvent deaths oc occurred 0 occurred ¬
curred lr among amo th the Sepoys Bp and camp fol followers tOIlowe tollowers ¬
lowers lowe between btweln July 2 and July I 3 The Theprospect T Phiprospect
prospect more prOlt mar favorable favorableP for the monsoon monon are ae slightly slightlymore Illt slightlymore
P 0 IiiHpuutor IIllootr Ordered OriiorOI to Manila ManilaSan JnIJn JnIJnSl laiillnSan
San Sl Tranclseo I ICla Cat CaJ July llU 1U 1UtoCt S Spostoltlc Spostoltic
postoltlc toCt Inspector IDptor Jan Ja W Erwin of ofthis otthll ofthis
this city ciy baa received recled orders o1ell from fromWashington frm frmulDlon fromWuIilngton
Washington ulDlon to proceed preed as a early ealy u po posibi p poe poeslble
sibi slble to the Philippines Pippine and assist t In Inth Inthe inthe
th the ormuitsatlon ortton or the postal system systemIn tlm tlmIn
In the islands lanal He lel will p sail Ml on th thtransport the thetr8rt thetransport
transport tr8rt Sumner lumner next Monday Mr MrBrwln Mrtrln Mrirwin
irwin recently NnUy aided in Improving Imlln ths thsuban tb tbuln thubsn
uban uln postal pltl service serviceCrimp lrvlee lrvleeOnl seniceOnimip
Crimp Ilro to nOl Jon AVheoIor AVheoIorChicago WleoIo WleoIoChlc lteolorChicago
Chicago Chlc July nColumbla 1otumbt post pt 0 0A QA 0A
A R gave Jv a reception recepton and ad camp cmp fire fr to toUen tolea I IOe
lea Oe Joseph JOh Wheeler and exConfeder exConfederate xODrer I IaL
ate aL Camp Ko 8 at Memorial emoral hall hal lut lastnight lutnight I Inlht
night in which the blue and ad gray min mingled sategled ¬ I Iled
gled led freely Creel When Oen Wheeler Welr JD en entered entered ¬ I Iter
tered ter the tb hall hal he received felv an ovation ovationby
by b th the member mbr of the O A R Ro Capt CaptJ Capt
J C hey Ire was master mter of o ceremonies ctramonlesAmong cronl cronlAmol ceremoniesAmong
Among Amol other things Ihln Mr Wheeler Wheelersaid Wheler WhelerId Wheelersaid
said Id It I gives me m great at pleasure to tomeet tomet tomeet
meet met you OU here I have heard her much muchkindliness muchkmUn muchkhnflineei
kindliness kmUn of you who retract Nt the thegrave te teve thegraves
grave ve of the soldiers loldl you ou have hve fought foughtAmerican ruht ruhtAmerlcal foughtAmerIcan
American Amerlcal are r re all U brave brvl Both Sth sides sidesought si4eaought lc
ought ouht to feel fft pride prde In th the record rr made madsGen md mdOen madeGee
Gen John C C Black spoke pke on behalf behalfof blalC blalCot
of the Q A K I Col Pattemm 1Uer replied repliedfor rpled rpledfor
for the exConfederates exConCedtrate and al Col liar Harrington Ja liarrington ¬
rington for the tb marine corps corpsHcporl cor corollll corpsliopoit
Hcporl ollll from frm Ioiil lloherlR lloherlRNew HuhertNew lltbirtNew
New York July Jul 11 11A A dispatch dltatch to the theTribune te teTrbune theTribune
Tribune Trbune from London lndoaIor says saysI saysLord
I Ior Lord rd Roberts Rbrta report reprL at midnight midnightagain mldalhtAaln midnightagain
again reveal rveall the progress prore in the theOrange theOrn theOrange
Orange Orn 1 liver colony rlony by b which the re release r tilease ¬
lease Ie of several Iveral divisions dlvlon for service emc In InChina InChin inChina
China Chin Is I brought nearer The occupa occupatlon Op oceupatton
tlon lon of Bethlehem Uethtebln by b Gras n Paget Fcet and andClement andCemeJt andClements
Clement CemeJt after a hard fight nbt deprive depriveGen deprtve deprivesGsa
Gen on Dewet Dwet of hi chief center cnter of sup supplies supPlies p ¬
plies 111 and force tOr him to retire retr to t hart Harrismith nar hartsmith
smith nth and nl the mountain mountin district dltrct where wherehi whrehie wherehis
hi his commandoes commndol can ch find nnt little Jte food foodVrede to foodVrede
Vrede Vrfe and nd Harrtsmlth nrrmlth are now the only onl onltown
town of the Orange Onp river colony clon not notunder notunder notunder
under British control control Th The chance thue of ofa 0 0a
a counterstroke cuntertrok are ar rapidly rpl41y diminish diminishing dllnl dllnlIng ¬
ing both bth In II the Orange Or river rivr colony clon and andIn al4 al4In andin
In the Tranivaal and It may ma be b possi possible possible ¬
ble within wUhl a fortnight for Lord Ln Roberts Robertsto Ro
to rend Ind reinforcements rlnCo fortnlft elt to China Chi
ItoorultliiK HcorulllJ ltocrmi It I rig Ollloo 0100 Crowd Crowded CrowI1ellNew CrowdedNew oil oilNew
New York Yok July Jul 11 t1T 11The Th United Unit
States Btato marine mrle corps Cf recruiting rMlIUn office otce in
this tbl city cU has I been ben crowded with wih appli applications applicationg pll pllcUou ¬
cations ever since Inc the marines mrine took tooksuch tok tokucb tooksuch
such a prominent part In Admiral Say Seymours I Saymnours
mours unsuccessful advance on Pekln
Pell
Most 10 of them however Insist laill on 0 a apromle aprolM apromise
promise prolM of service Ice In China Cbln and ad go goaway 1 goaway
away wa when told that
no particular partcular ala station Itaton alatlon ¬
tion ton can c be promised romld At the army
ar
recruiting rrltln offIce otc many men offer oflr to en tD ¬
list lt If they can be b assigned Iled to regiment regimentwhich regimentswhich Iment Imentwhich
which are a expected epfted to be b transferred trUflrd to tothe tothl tothe
the far eaau t The e trouble truble in China Is
however having little ltte effect eolet on enlist enlistment enlistmeats ¬
meats tent In the navy according aelrln to nli the theoincen theolflcers
oincen olrtln In charge chal of recruiting JltJ here htr Ap Ap ¬ I
plicants pllant fdr f naval service Irlo do not seem seemso sm
so 1 0 thirsty for war r and few recruits rMllu for
Chinese Chine service IMI are ar mad madSlilwprookctl madeSliiwprookotl a I
Slilwprookctl Shl lrekcl Crow J Attacked AttnokmlPalalu Atnolc6I Atnolc6IFlalu AttackedPalalu
Palalu Flalu Caroline Carln Island blad March arh St 2
On 0 tbe Mat tt Inst Int th the Inhabitants IDhbltnt of 0
Falalu Jlalq were aroused rouM by a savage Ivale at ¬
tack of the natives nUy upon upn a shipwrecked shipwreckedcrew Ihlprekt
crew c The Te sailor no who were rp English Rngllnhsubject Knlllh KnlllhubJetl Englishsubjects
subject ubJetl were wer seeking 1hl shelter ebeleor when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they were wer fired tlr on o and would wlud have bae been beenslain bn bn11a beenslain
slain 11a had ba It I not been ln for the timely timelyarrival UmlIrrval timelyarrival
arrival Irrval of an 8 American Amen cattle Cttlc dealer felr
With his bl three tbr employes who were w re Mil Milptnos Fl lfllplans
plans InO the tf American Amfrcn man nunaffed to torescue toue toreacue
mnagl
rescue ue John tevenson ftevnln and ald James Jmemll lamesmItb
Smith mll who wh had hv hn haen n seriously Iroul wounded wountP
by UM O native tvM The Te other Hire th of the thecrew th thCft thecrew
crew Cft had ha fled fl leaving Ipalnc the h wounded wounde to tocare tocar tocare
care car for tO themselves thtmlelve The l latter later were
looked loked after by the American Ampr who at t
though wounded wounde himself hlmllr conveyed tnYed
them to a place pIl of safety fty He Ieo refused
to give Iv aims ay Information Inforato as to hla htl hi rII Idea 14 ¬
tity ty b blt bitt < t it I was learned Iart later that h hwo bWI he hewe
wo WI Ritwsrd Jdar W t t Shiners Bltn a CalIfornian Callfomlanwho Clrllan Clrllanwho
who left Ouam 10 n purchase fUthll earn cattle cattlemon rtUI cttleamen
I mon Imon = the t these Island lilnd Th Te flie natIves IUY IUYthll ef f
this thll place IAr have I lon long b bH been en Hnotrn 0 0IIIlr a aMvir as assave
save IIIlr They pv are continually ontnuAlh at war warwith warwith
a w
with wih themselves themllhl
THE GOOD GOODHOUSEWIFE GOODHO GOODHOUSEWIFE
HOUSEWIFE HOUSEWIFEWhUt HO SEWIFE SEWIFEWhUat
WhUt busy bu with lh her 1r spring Iprlnl clean un
tag should Moul remember br that tht now i II the
tIme Um to exterminate ultrmlnte Bug Dup Cockroaches Cboaeh
Moth Mou etc o Our Or Japaneee Japn ro potr Powdr a r LI LIquM LIquil LIquid
quid quil IneaoUeW InN and J Campho Cmpbo Cakes ak
will 1 do 4 the wtk wek effectually etuly For sale saleonly saleonly Ie I
only oly by the old rtllabln rtllablnGodbe rtUab18odbe r5liableGodbe
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