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I rTESEKET mvENING NEWS 1WSTUIYBRDAY THURSDAY JULY u 12 I 1900 1900u
ILLIED LLiEDARMIES LLiEDARMIESDOING iED ARMIES ARMIESDOING ARMIESDOINU
DOING POOR WORK WORck WORKck
ck of Organization Handlca HandlcaOporatlons Handicaps HandicapsOporatlons HandicapsOpGratIons
Oporatlons OporatlonsIILSENT OporatlonsnESENr OpGratIonsIIESENT
IILSENT METHODS LE IIODS WBA1ronrfrlcil WEAKI WEAK
o ronrfrlcil I > nrtrlecllinn 1inn of AtitlonUrltliSnys AtitlonUrltli tiittouUrlihi1soWcrSstIIIntIO1I IItlolllrllhllOmrr
Omrr oWcrSstIIIntIO1I Snys uYIIJiv1ntlon iuntloii U I Clinotlc Clinotlcfibrinuh hnotleOtlrml linotfcflbrmaI
fibrinuh Otlrml I Pla Ilul Iluhidi IluhidiIBarly i td tdfEarly l lEarly
Early Dispatches Dispatchesrt Dla atrhe atrher
rt r Tsln I ln July Jul 4 via v1 Ia Che Foo July Julyi I II 1han1h
i Fimngbal han1h JUly JlI HCopyrigl HCopyriglly
ly l < y the tb Associated Tress VruA A homo homw homous
us army arm of halt the strength strengthHied 01 01Wed ol1ied
Wed force oould do better wo won work workI
n 1111 I is I bring done by them The open openrn
rn 1 1 are dangerously handicapped ai aiifety anl1 anl1My nd nditety
ifety of the lb city Is I Imperilled I b bI by byt
I 1 t organisation and the want wantmmnnder wantoi wantoiI 01 01mmllnder
I mmnnder to control all 1I the forc forcrepresentatives torcel torcelr forceircprONntRttVZ <
representatives r > of the Lh several n nrn nI na nartuinage
I rn rounge nsge their civil eltnand and military a alargely at atarllely efrgeIy
largely without cooperation Tl Tlg The Ther1 Thifrog
frog r1 g officer of each nationality 111III IiaJurledIctIoU IK IKv
v 1 jurisdiction over the operations operatloii operellotuvprntfleflt5
i > t > v rnments troops Questloi Questloiare
y are re discussed dally < 111 at Intern Interni Internaterenoel Internsnterenoel
i inferences whtch hare ba not tl tlr the ther
> r to enforce the wishes nh of the mi mii maJ maU merMIflAL
i j
U PfIRAI fmAL SEYMOURS METHOD METHOD3inl MICTIIODSeymours IICTIIOD1rllal
3inl Seymours emours method of eon eoni comin
i if Is to make requests which tl tlb the themll1anders theInmanIers
b umnanders generally folio folioi tollowIIre followpJle
i > IIre i ie have b been en Instances of tl tlI the theI
I h h elncers holding aloof fro froi from rromI
i TIM fl nf f which they the disapproved disapprovedr
r 1s i great need of more troop troopi
i r iniit nt force of 10000 men Is I ai aiUK at atug t tI
I UK to hold a line IS miles Ion IonV lone lonei
i V rt r i the city There Is I also grei greif great greatt reat reatf
f t rebuildIng the railroad to Taku Tukr Takurlling Takutttng
r rlling Ming artillery Artillel equal to the gun gurt gunth
th t II > vihleh hlch the enemy are dally bonrg bon bomi bornrg
i Irg rg the allies petitions petitionswork pQItIonS tlOI1 S Swork
S > work resulted In substantli substantlii
i fr > r the Chinese SB the allies lot lotb lost lostmen
b men and succeeded In accon acconK eccornlg
I I lg K nothing nothingI nothingJIUSENT nothingIItESENT
I RESENT METHODS GHOD WEAK WEAKV
V r t idfty furnished a 1 now nl Illustra IllustraI
I 11 n of the weakness of present meth methA
A riisj 1I nAJrtty Tlty rlt of otthe the commanders hn had had111t hindeg
eg 1 Imt > It was u Imperative to attar attarr auark auarkf attarklp
lp r he 1 olty It beyond the foreign set setnM lett cettt
tt t nM 1 and to destroy the artlller artlllero Artlll artilleryIth ry
f Ith o 0 I whkh lhl hit < h menaced the settlement settlementIT aettlemsntI settlementtek
IT alack tck VMIS WL 11M nxed for four days ego sgcnt alJOII egojbt
jbt nt II OH postponed because aufe the Russia Russiar HulnrnJTdr Ituulanniidnr
I r rajtidpr oonslder > n lder d his men unfit fo fohe for torhe forhe
he i ltv 4t j after their recent work I Iif It ItIS Iti
if i agau fixed for yesterday morning mornlnpju morninglJu morningPOtP0flet1
lJu ju vi s 1 postponed because credible re rejfc rerpc ret
t jfc e if I t In circulation dreula lion that 1000tfrg 1000 10000t7 IOOiOreTlar
tfrg t7 llrstrnm fpim fr ° rn the th northwest had rein reinf reinu
u J the > hlnew hlnewhe
l f he meantime the Chinese had re rern reo reonI rew
rn < vci w big Ig guns gu on the fort Be Beto near neart
to t r nII rtttve ttlte tlty lty and had planted fou foufc four fourbJ fourp
fc p 0 pen near the east arsenal two twiml twoEiHi
ml EiHi i way These shelled the city fo foo for forfo totsending
fo o J 111111 ins sending In more than 10 10sjir 100IMh 100 100j5hr
sjir IMh I They Thf got the range of the pub pubMe publIc pubMc
Me > wP iHngs lings It 11 11 and of the club house housetf hou houW hoUseshupItais
tf s 1 0 hospitals and dropped shells al altb aU aUbb allPb
tb bb i hm Fortunately mo Dtotlt t pf t tin tinh tbeI the1z
I h 1z j ATI H defective and falmtT Ellfila TId ti titi to totj
ti 1 1I ii i he thO others had ha a small radlrf radl rodlf
f rf II IIW IIb IIb ttvn5 ttvn5P
I t n InTED PLAN PLANi
I h I hplw flee i of a concerted plan platnt
j i e nla nt a few ew companies o otwo ot otCwJa ofC9P
CwJa C9P k I 11th tti two field guns and the tinu theavnPt
i P1UP u tltry ltt of six lpoundsn lpoundsnni
ji f d tlln t Imlant < > ni anim of Infantry sup suprMng supVorlng up upJIOrlnlt
JIOrlnlt rMng the th Kngit ng1t1 h 12pounders ra from froitM
41 JJ M i H TerrIble to I silence 111 nce them The Tine Theer Thegun
e er nMc lca s guns failed to get an effective effectlvn INectleand <
n and the Russians nU lln a had one gun guruntPd gunColmtpd
lJricunted untPd and four men killed early enrljengagement nrlYengagement
Jn > engagement Thf Th Japanese w were were1nt r ro <
to W o rilnt that they silenced the nuns In Irn InJIJ inI
b n P JIJ I n but it appeared to the on onc onuo >
uo b K H that I hft t these guns fired the lat laili
reh i q the lapanese e were ere retiring retiringis
h I r < ussis JIIM 111 lost heavily and th thM the their
1r M hml hit one killed and twelve twelvr twelveThe
r I The Chinese threw a fe few fewIh
Ih h Into Job the Ih > city clt to show that they thejstill theyi theystIu
still alive aliveSITtATION aliveI aliveSITtATfO
i
SITtATION CHAOTIC CHAOTICTrftish CHAOTICr ChAOTICritih
Trftish r rlt Ish officer om er described the situ situi ltu
I L i i 11 i haos He said
I V v hue wasted many man days dasln In po poand
I and It Is I time we did pome
h hll s
e < is l no disagreement among the thtriders thend thendere
riders nd > rll but In the absence ab ence of a aT ar ar
T r i Fe head several MI > r1 of them are dls dlsP dl dliIp
Ip P 1 follow their own methods and andi andifnill
it i mpl nply > abstain from operationsMo operations
Mo V tu ft those th methods The foreign torelgnIi
Ii tr P m Is greatly arc artsed d concern concerntf
tf r 1 apparent apathy While the
i y i 1Inll Ing bombarded they are aNllkel aNllkelr likely
r r heavily and they cannot un unI
I J 1 1 the apparent app rent negligence of the thoi
ii I i 1tnt ntn to O furnish relief and why whyinents
IT t inents m nt are not coming on fast fastAtnorirans tAitAmrltan
j Atnorirans are particularly Ills dlsi dl
le e bnause i though they have one onei
i l I mallet representations repre ntaUons their th r
II r rqt t are second ond to none One On ex
I hr 3 l officer ° said It In II Impossible Impossiblent
I t z nt home that there has been beenhr
hr Ii i war here than In Cuba or the theIH8 theI
I IH8 IH8MANS Il Ill
I l MANS RAIBR THEm PLAa PLAairmans FLAaI PLAGrmee
L I irmans have 1 e occupied and
Ielr lr fl fll liCoyt < gor OYer r the Imperial unl un I
1 t Tien Tsln sin The officers of the
i ty > are Ameriflarw The viceroy
the property to them Consul ConllulP
P has protsaled against the ac acthe ICI
f the I Qermans QermansPrlco OermatltIrlee OermaflL1rlc
Prlco of Btriiuiurnl S tlrnl Steel StoolYork Steelork SteelYork
York ork Julr Jul U tlIhe he price of ofal oral ofikI
r al steel 01 will remain r at Its hire preer Ir Ire
re e about ller r ton This Tl18a
J Ided U Upon On at a meeting just ust
11 1 thl this city by members of the theal
al 1 association utoel on The prios has
h ha4 n advnnetja anesil nnd reduced redu ed durTfe11 dur duroPUt
PUt Tfe11 Jear Yearand and thl has hMof hem
lIn lIne ot U tHlr r ton tonH tonII toni
i H Ilntlerniid nllt1e wire WI Snfb Snfbni
1 ro Cal July aThe 8t stsamsr mlr mlrI mlrUn
> Un hng tlGm fr Uongkong reports
I IL 1 Butler ni president
of the Call lI
I Oriental f1 Steumlp company compan
wife and
daughter was In h
11ft the Donr f1 movement b bi
I remus rvUt arni M Ollly left IeftPITY the oil city
tore oona OOflimunietion llunlraUon wIth the
oOTId wa oIOIed They are ar
r In Yokohama Yokohamar Yokoh YokohC
r 1I1AGO PITY oiTi = 1tAIJIWns 1tAIJIWnslnl 1IAIMVAY8 1IAIMVAY8Declares 1tAIIwATSt3flinirion
t3flinirion lnl lon Declares nr Ar it MoUlllcd MoUlllcdof
I rll or 3Iunlolpnl I Ownorihlp Ownorihlpay
J Jalr 11Th
railway ay com comnncll eo
t the city oouncll nncll has declVrTd declared
f a tnodlnlll form orai ot Municl
hip hu of street railway rallw proper properr
r n ravor yw of a form of compul
4 7J Ptloi t 111 labor disputes dl llt
i ji strikes impossible
sp S i Cillred wd that street
111 j < ar urh su
an n Intwfer Intwferthat Interr
hU huI lleH that the thew
Sltn t1iil In f taking It Itr Stel5
r r tr w Whit M no plan was waRI
I f1 t Pinion wn WAR that thatha thRtr
b fr r a UIICS should ha ha11 a
clause clu providing for compulsory arbi arbitration arbiration ¬ I ItNt
ration trationTlie tNt rationrite Inn InnIh
rite Ih < omml ummlellon slon ommlttsHl Itself to Umunl tomunlli tomunieIal
munl munieIal < l > al o ownerlhb ner hl no II tar r aa UH UHlri thetrakgo 11 11trakae
lri trakae < ka e and other parts of a sheet sterailway sheetrailway l8t l8trailway
railway plant actually In And a part ol olthe otU1e ofthe
the street are a r8 concerned concernedIt con lrned lrnedIt
It did not ot decide In favor of munici municipal munlclp1 municipal ¬
pal ownership of rolling stock power poweiheuscs porhulO powerhouses
houses and other paru of the plant plantand plantsend luLl luLland
and municipal rnlnl 1 operation did not oow 001IIlip coatS coatSup oowup <
up at all allMny aUlUn illMay
May lUn Court Mnrtlnl 3f rtlnl Cunt Hnkor HnkorSan nnkcrIan flnkorMn
San Francisco O July 11 1LCharee 1LChareelooking Charsw Charswlooking harrtlllookln
looking to trial Illy by court martial hnv hnvbeen hAvbetn havqbeen <
been preferred with Col Long against againstCspt againstCapt nat natCl
Cspt Cl t Charles Char T DAker of the Unit United Untted United ¬
ed Stales transport Sumner The cotn complainants cotnpllnaa cotnpislnanta ¬
plainants an John J ° lin Calvary formerly formerlychief tormerlychief formerlychief
chief steward tew of the t I Sum 8utnner uinner ner and W H HCUrke HClArke 11Clarke
ClArke formerly chief pantryman ol olthe otthe ofthe
the same me vessel The principal nlncl Rl cause CAU ol olcomplaint otcomplaint ofcomplaint
complaint is that Captain Baker caused causedthe
the tll death of Henry U Ryan by con connnln conlinin eonfining
nnln fining him In the brig brt or prisonaboaid prison prlaonabualtI prlsenalioaid
aboaid ship hl while he was aa 111 In con consequence conIe1Ulnce eonsenuence
sequence of this a charge of murder murderIs
II preferred prefeMfdAlnllt against Captain Baker RakerRyan DakprJtn BakerRyan
Ryan was wa a discharged soldier who whowas whoWI whowee
was put aboard at Manila to be brought broughtto
to Ban an Francisco FranciscoKETTELER FranclcoI FranclcoKETTELER
s4 s4KETTELER I
KETTELER WAS AT FAULT FAULTEarly
I
Early E rly Failure to Ircraaw I Ircr croo the Legation Guards GuardsWas GU3rdsWas GuardsWas
Was Qua to Him HimI
ill I rinclioii Irrnrli tfInisier Ilnl I II lit tcr ert 1n 1nlorcil IlnotcIIIIlie Iaorc4
lorcil otcIIIIlie Illlo Vcpt CIII Vlirn lie lieOycrrulcd Uns UnsOverruled 01 01Ocrruted
Overruled by t tNew the Other illIlIl Minister MinisterNew teu teuNew
New York July 1IA A dispatch to tothe tothe tothe
the Herald from Berlin says A letter letterhas lettrha letterhe
has ha Ju just t been published here fromLieutenant from tromLleutnant fromListitenant
Lieutenant Von Loesch 14I ch Httuohe of the theGerman theCerman
German legation at Pekln It Is I dated datedMay datedIfy datedMay
May 9 and shows how that the earl early rl fail failure tlIure failuis ¬
ure to Increase lncrasethe the guards guardot of the vari various vatlau variotis ¬
otis au legations was due t 6 the action of ofthe otthe ofthe
the late Huron von Ketteler The let letter Itter letter ¬
ter states that after the thefiiit first attack by bythe b bthe bythe
the Uoxers on the PeklnHankow rail railway railway railway ¬
way a meeting of the ministers was washeld WKheld warnheld
held to decide decltl whither additional additionaltroops adtlltloll1troopelhould additionaltroop
troops troopelhould should be e sent for to protect the thelegations theleratlon thelegatione
legations legationsHaron leratlonnlron legationeflaron
Haron von Ketteler was very muchopposed much muebollpuaed muchopposed
opposed to this being done while the theFrench theJrencb theFrench
French minister l1J1nl tr Was very much In Infavor Intavor Infavor
favor of this course The latter was washowever waahowever washowever
however overruled by his colleagues colleaguesM
M Plchon was so hurt by this refusal refusalto retu nl nlto
to ask for guards that he wept An Another Anolller Another ¬
other factor that led the minister to toreach toreach toreach
reach this unfortunate conclusion was wasthe WBIthe warnthe
the desire of the diplomatic corps to totake totake totake
take their usual summer holiday and andIt
It was II feared < that It additional troops troopswere troopewere troopswere
were sent for they the would not be able ableto
to do so soLater 80lAter soLater
Later on as the Boxer oxer movement In Increased InOAIIed increased ¬
creased a second conference of minis ministers minitera mintstore ¬
tore was called at which hleh It was w re resolved reoIIIOI8d resolved ¬
solved to bring detachments of at least leastfifty leatfitly loutfifty
fifty men to guard guar each legation legationJAPAN legationJAlS legationJAI5tN
JAPAN HAS fIK > t II1 NO DKCISION DKCISIONQuito nBCISIOSQnlto JIClSIOQuito
Quito Certain Sho ShoWlhl Will South Ilfly IlflyThoiibniul IUtr1holll1l111 PiftyIhotisniitl
Thoiibniul Mou fol to China ChinaYokohama ChlllnjWhama CliiniiYokohama
Yokohama jWhama July 12 aTough Tough no de decision deolillon decielon ¬
cision has ha yet et been announced It Is I cer certin cerIn cottitln
titln tin In thAt Japan will send nearly 60000 60000roojis GOOOOtrool18 50000troops
troops to China The press pre agrees a that thathe tbattbe thatthe
he dispatch dl tch of so large a force Is I a aduty Adllty aduty
duty in the interests of humanity but butasserts butMrtll butasserts
asserts that a large measure of le lesponstbUlty ItMMlbUIt1 resonitbIiit
sponstbUlty for the troubles rests upon uponRussia uponHulllta UponRussia
Russia and Germany because auee of their theirarbitrary theirrbIU1u1 theirarbitrary
arbitrary action In China ChinaIiro ChInaIre ChinaPpro
Iiro Ire Water itter for hawaii HauallSan 11111111San hawaiiSan
San Francisco July 1 nA A discovery discoveryof dllOOorot
of scientific Interest and great elt com commercial commllllal corn2nsrcial ¬
mercial value has ueenmaile on the Is Island IslAnd Island ¬
land of Hawaii Immense subterran subterranean ¬
ean streams l rel1mS of the purMt IJur t water have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been uncovered from lMO to 2000 000 feet feetatxne teetaoove feetabove
above the level lev 11 of the H sea This Thiswater Thiswater fhtavatn
water will be b ilumed Uum d down to the sugar sugarplantations sugarplantations sugarPlantations
plantations nt low elevations afford affording alrordIng affording ¬
ing abundance for Irrigation From Fromfive Fromfie Fromlire
five subterranean streams tapped with withIn
In the past few week the Olsa plan plantation Illantallon Plantation ¬
tation has ha secured s a continuous Mow Mowof flowof lowot
of ao000000 gallons every eVer twentyfour twentyfourhours twenttourhoura twentyfourhiours
hours more than enough to Irrigate Irrigatethe
the Immense plantation which Is the thelargest thelarge thislargest
largest t In the Island The water has hasdrained hasdrained linedrained
drained from the surface Into the sub subterranean subterranean subterranean ¬
terranean beds bed of ancient lava nowfitorcs flow flowSt flowStores
Stores St rIA far tho Philippines PhilippinesSon
San Francisco Francl co July 18 12The The new newfreight nwtrlght newfreIght
freight steamer OaUfornlan with a acapacity acall1lclt acapacity
capacity of 8000 ton has been een char chartered chrtered chartered ¬
tered b by > the United States Stat government governmentto
to carry earr freight to Manila The TheStrathgyle Th ThStrathsI TheStrathgle
Strathgyle a vessel of equal site will willalso willalee willalso
also be loaded at once with stores for forthe torthe forthe
the Philippine PhilippineGUN PhlllWllltllons
GUN OI nAXDALliMAKBS nSlJALI 3AICRR KRIOKT KRIOKTDeclared IUUOnTeolAratl flICPOIIT1oclnrcd
Declared Martial Law In Until Munlolpnl Munlol Miinlolhal
hal I Law > nw Could bo Kntnl 1 toh1l8hctI itNtnbllshietIWashington toh1l8hctIWashIngton > llslied llsliedWashington
Washington July 11 nThe The war de department department dopartment ¬
partment has received receh d the following followingmessage tollowlngmllllAge followIngmessage
message from Gen Randall dated datedNome datedNome datedNome
Nome City Alaska June J6th via 111 San SanFrancisco SanFranclaco SanFrancisco
Francisco July Jul 11th llthAt 11thAt 11th5At
5At At request of chamber of commerce commercehae tOmmercebave commercehave
have agiumed control of affairs In Intown Intown intown
town of Name until the arrival of the theJudge thejudge thejudge
Judge and the establishment of inunlcl inunlclpal munlclIIIlI
pal government under the recent net of ofCongress atCon ofCongress
Congress Con II I9U Intimated this date 16000 16000people 16000PeOPle
people In the town own and no effective civil civilorganisation cIvilor civIlorganleation
organisation or < < anlllltlon for protection ot life and andproperty andIreplrty andliroperty
property propertyThe IreplrtyThe
The treasury tlft sury department today tods re receUed reocelel1 recetved
ceUed a teUgrem te gram from Lieut Jarvis ot otthe otthe ofthe
the revenue cutter service saying yln thnt thntthere thntthere thatthere
there had been twenty cases of small smallpox smnlllOX smallpox ¬
pox lOX to July 2nd mtt at Cape Ca Nome and andasking nndukln andaskIng
asking for medical o of1cers nice re and supplies suppliesThe suppliesthe upplle1h
The treasury department has ha ordered orderedtOOO
1000 vaccine points sent to Nome ome and a anumber 0number anumber
number of physicians aim have gone conethere gonethere gonethere
there
TOWNE INTENDS INTENDSTO
TO WITHDRAW WITHDRAWPractically
Practically Announces theFact the Fact I IConvention In InConvention inConvention
Convention ConventionFUSION ConventionFU ConventionFUSION
FUSION FU roN flOJlOES IN NEBHAS NEBHASIoinilUU NEUUASIfA NEUUASIfAlOllIlbtl NEB1tASKlo1iiilists
IoinilUU are HitterDemocrat tun tunMUer cud 111111hlher cudatlver
MUer HcimbllciuiN Given nIcr nIcr0llc i IClW IClWOtllcellIrllII lewJtiIceItryaui
0llc OtllcellIrllII slryali Well Welilltcelnd Uccelvvd UccelvvdKarly ILeceivetIariy
1 1Early
Early DIswrtchafiJ DIswrtchafiJLincoln DI8Ptc DI8PtcIlnooln DlspatcbUtLIncoln
Lincoln Neb July flThe flTheforce tulf fuSion fuSionforces II
force of Nebraska Ntbr k Including Inchudltilthie tilt D Dmo Dmocratle DinOerotic mo mocrttlc
erotic Popullil and n11 Sllv Silver r Republic RepublicpwtlM leplII01npatti ttepubhloSflpertiem
pwtlM patti held their State convention conventionhtre conventionalhtre conventionshere
htre today to nominate a full state am amelootorml and andelootoral andelectoral
electoral ticket Some bitterness wa waevident wavldent wasevident
evident among the Populists over th thdefeat the thedttt thedifeat
defeat of their vie tee presidential candl candldate candidateCharles ndl ndldattCharl
date dattCharl Charles A Towns fowneIn in the Dwno Dwnoonttio Df1110CrfltJo Deirtooretlo
onttio national convention and up to i ilate a alate alate
late hour little h had d been aoobmpllshei aoobmpllsheieither aCObmlllllhedeither
either by the lii conference commute com mitt o othe at atthe ofthis
the three parties which wa to decide decltlon ctech1eon
on apportionment of the officers among amonithe amonetbe amongthe
the three parties partl or In the way of other othebusiness otherbulne otherbusiness
business before the convention conventionAV
AV v J Bryan and Charles A Town Townmade Townemade Townsmade <
made brief addresses at the Iopull Iopullconvention loulItconvention PopuIitconvention
convention It ii I believed the th work o othe at atthe ofthe
the convention will not be finished be before before before
fore morning ae lively IhI fights are an antlclpated anUtlpated anticipated
tlclpated over nearly every nomination nominationCharles nominationChrl nomiuiationCharlern
Charles A Towne in his tll address dd ti tithe to tothe tothe
the Democrat made his hI statement statementeven statementeven latementeven
even more positive 11011111 than to the Sliver SllveiRepublicans SliverRepublican SilverRepublIcans
Republicans that he W9uld withdraw withdrawfrom withdrawfrom Ithdrawtrom
from the ticket ticketCONF ticketCONFIIt1NCIt
CONF CONFIIt1NCIt nENCII1 COMMITTEES COMMITTBKSIt
It wag BI after midnight when the con conference conterence conferenes
terence committee of the three partlei partleimade IIrUmade vertiesmade
made their first report to the conven convextlona conventions conventiona
tlona as a to the apportionment of state iutoffices ltatomcu stateomces
offices The Democrats J > lIIocrat and Sliver Re Republicans ReIubllcan Revublicani ¬
publicans were agreed In allowing the tinDemocrats theDemocrall theDeinocral
Democrats the state treasurer and at attorneygeneral attorneyeneral attorneygeneral ¬
torneygeneral the Silver Republicans Republicanslieutenantgovernor RelUbllcanlIeutenantrovernor RepublicanlIeutenantgovernor
lieutenantgovernor and the 1opullsu 1opullsuthe
the remainder r The hie IopullsU opposed opposedgranting olJ opposedgranting oeed oeedsrantlnr
granting the Democrats more that thanone thenone thatone
one of the oltlces that of attorney attorneygeneral attorneygeneral attorneygeneral
general and the report ww wastaken taken up upfor upfor urfor
for discussion In the convention conventionThe
The three parties are In a practical practicaldeadlock practicalddlock practicaldeadlock
deadlock over appot apllOltkllunent ttomnent of oitlce oitlceto olflcteto
to the different parties partiesPOPUWST PartiesPOPULIST Irtl IrtlIOlULIST
POPULIST CONYENTION CONVENTIONThe CONYENTIONThe
The Populist State convention was waicalled wacalled wascalled
called to order this afternoon by Chair Chairnan CbalrInRn Chairman
nan Edmlnnton with Itb 1200 delegate delegateresent dltetprent delegatespresent
resent > Chairman Bdmlnstons open oqenng oRtnIn openIng
In Ing ng address urged that the delegates delegateswork deleratwork delegateswork
work In unity in the Interests of the thereform theretonn thereform
reform forces tore His JU reference to William WilliamJ
J Hrysn M that noble man that tree freeman treemn treeman
man who represents the Interests ofCommon of otcommon ofcommon
Common humanity was enthuslastlcal enthuslastlcaly
Iy y cheered cheeredNominations cheeredNomlnUol1l cheeredNominations
Nominations were then In order for fortemporary tortmporar fortemporary
temporary chairman and the radical radicaland radlcaanil radicsand
and conservative elements at onoe onoeclashed onCleclahed Ofldeclashed
clashed Chairman Harrington repre representing repreaentlng reprosenting ¬
senting the radical element of the theparty tbepar theParty
party par Senator Allen and nd LleutOov LleutOovUrrlH LleutaoI1arrill LieutOovharris
harris were nominated but the latter latterwithdrew latterlthdrew latterwithdrew
withdrew After considerable debate debatethe debatthe debatethis
the roll call wan at ordered resulting Al Allen AlIen Alhen ¬
len 6W Harrington 461 S Senator Allen Allenon
on taking the chair made a plea for forharmony torharmon furharmony
harmony and conservatism A motion motionto
to make the temporary organization organizationpermanent organIzationrmanent organizationpermanent
permanent was carried carriedANOTHER carrietlANOTJlEIt carriedANOThI1It
ANOTHER WRANGLE WRANGLEThe W1tANQLThe
The convention then got Into another anotherwrangle anotherwrangle anotherwrangle
wrangle over the selection of the usual usualcommittee u8unlcommittee usualcommittee
committee of conference with the Dem DemKirats Democrats Democrats
ocrats and Silver Republicans the far farwestern tarwe farwestern
we western tern counties where the middleof middleoftheroad mIddleattberoall mIddleoftheroacl
theroad movement Is strong insisting insistingn
on n the election of the committee by byxincreselonul byconre bycongressional
congressional conre lonal districts Instead of bay leavng loavIng bayIng
Ing ng the appointments to the chair The Thenotion Themotion Themotion
motion finally prevailed After the th an anlouncement announcement announcetuent
louncement of the committees on plat platorm plattorm platform
form orm and rules rul and order of business businesshe 1J1Iln 1J1Ilnthe
the six congressional districts elected electednembere electedmembeR electedmembers
membeR for the conference committee committeeThe
The convention then took a recess until untilp
8 p m pending the report of the com comnlttees commlttee cornmittees
nlttees mltteeNone mitteesNone nltteesNone
None of the th committees were ready readyo dr drtlJ
tlJ o report when the convention teas reaswmbled reuIWl1bltd teassenibled
wmbled at S 830 30 p m and nd after walt waling waltIng waiting ¬
Ing ng fortynve minutes the selection esleetl n of oflie ofthe ofthe
the State central committee was taken takenup
up
TOWNS SPBAKV SPBAKVThe SP SP1AKSThis AKSo AKSoThe
The convention then listened to tointechea tollneech tosneechee
intechea until 10 0 oclock p m when whenhe whonthe whenthe
the report of the commute on rules rulesmil rul811and rulesand
and order of business bueln was presentedind presented
and adopted adoptedCharUwA ndolltedChnrltlll adoptedCharlue
CharUwA A Tone was then Intro Introiuced Introduced Introducod
iuced Amid tremendous cheering Mr Mrtowne 1rTowne MrTowns
towne addressed the convention for foren torten forten
ten en minutes concluding with an ex exclient exclI excellent
client clI nt tribute to Adlal H Stevenson Stevensonust StensonJust StevensonJust
Just ust as he concluded W V J Bryan ran en enejed entllttl enteed
teed the building and for two mIn mlntea mInut lainUtes
ut Utes tea the convention was wild wIth sn snthuslasm jn enthuslasm jnhuslasm
thuslasm When the delegates quieted quietedown quteteddown quieteddown
down own Mr Bryan made a short address addressORIGINAL addtll8ORIGINAL addressORIGINAL
ORIGINAL TICKET ENDORSED ENDORSEDThe
The platform adopted by the Popu Popuate IopulIats Populists
lists ate reaffirms the Sioux Falls plat platarm platform platform
form arm It does not fall In line for Bryan Bryann Dryananti Bryanand
anti n < l Stevenson but UL adheres to and In laorses InIlorses inthousos
Ilorses orses the original ticket of Bryan and andoune anI anITowne andTowne
Towne oune The Populist convention at
130 30 a m Thursday by b a rising vote otc
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VVYVYVVYVV vvvvvvvvvvyyvrvvvvy T V TTTTT V T V V T Tlultalned Vsustained
sustained the tll action of Its conference conferencecommittee CClnterenoecommlUee conferencecommittee
committee In refusing to grant the theDemocrats tbeDemocrau theIemocrats
Democrats but one on place on the ticket ticketand tlcktand ticketand
and Instructed It so to report to the theother theother theother
other conventions conventionsDEMOCRATS conventionDEMOCHAT8 conventionsDItMOCItATS
DEMOCRATS IN CONVENTION CONVENTIONIt
It was nearly t oclock when Chair Chairman Chairman Chairmcii ¬
man Hall of the th Democratic conven convention conventlon convenlion ¬
lion rapped for order and Introduced M Mtemporary a atemporary 1 1temllOriry
temporary chairman Theodore J Hall Hallof HIlot hallof
of Lincoln The chairman made an anaddress anaddress n naddrul
address of considerable con tdrable length Ills Illsreference milreterence Illsrotetence
reference to William J Hryan brought broughtout
out the first tIIt applause e of the conven convention conventlon convention ¬
tion Following the appointment of a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee on credentials an unsuc unsuccessful unaucce unsucceseful ¬
cessful ce ful effort was made to obtain 1 re receas reoe reOeM
OeM e for an hour Vf D Oldham of ofLincoln otIlncoln ofLincoln
Lincoln and It S Rlbb 1bb of Beatrice Beatriceaddressed Uealriceaddree Beatriceaddressed
addressed addree ed the convention conventionRETIWNS conventionRETlmNS conventionI1ITtYItNS
RETIWNS TO DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSMr
Mr litbb tour years ea ago repudiated repudiatedthe
the silver plank of the Democratic na national natlonal tictional ¬
tional convention and supported MaJ MaJMcKInley MaJMoKlnley MISiMcKInley
McKInley His III speech served to an announce announce announce ¬
nounce his conversion to the princi principles lfllflCiflies Innclpie ¬
pie of Democracy A Ii Flehartv of ofNebraska ofNebraska I INebralkR
Nebraska also Al o spoke I After waiting waitingan I
an hour for the committee on credin credintlals ertelntIl cratheuitlals
tlals to report the convention took a areceae arec arecess
recess rec until S oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The temporary organisation of the theDemocratic theDemoCratic theDemocratic
Democratic convention waa W made II per permanent perhlanent Permanent ¬
manent atthe night session sessionPLATFORM sessionPLATFORM ellSonPLATFORM
PLATFORM REPORTED REPORTEDChairman nEPOHTEDChaIrman IEPORTEDChairman
Chairman Thompson of the commit committee ¬
tee on resolutions reported the plat platform plttorm platform ¬
form It reaffirms the declaration of ofthe otthe ofthis
the national convention at Kansas KansasCity JanauClt KaneasCity
City Clt commends fusion in the election electionof
of united united States Stal senators members of ofCongress otCongreee ofCongress
Congress and state olllcers and 00 pledged pledgedthe
the nominee of the convention to an aneconomical aneoonornloal aneconomical
economical administration of state at affairs attal atfairs ¬
fairs tal rs
rsTIIlII
THE SILVER REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSThe
The Th Silver Republican convention conventionwas
was called to order by George H Rib Hlbner JUbnsr Ribner
ner of Lincoln After appointing a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of conference a recess was wastaken wastaken U Utnklln
taken After recess the tb Unit note of ofdls otdb ofdiscord
dls discord ord among the Silver Republicans Republicanscamo
camo when hln Delegate Ransom offered olrredHt a aset aset
set ot resolutions approving the re reported reoported repurled ¬
ported withdrawal of Charles A Towne Towneaa
aa a candidate for Vice President In Infavor Intaor Infavor
favor of Adlal E Stevenson Protests Protestscame 1lOtetUcame Protestscame
came from all oer the hall and the theresolutions themolutlnnl theresolutiniis
resolutions were withdrawn withdrawnMr
Mr Tonne who was prevent was wascalled wucalled wascalled
called out and In n short speech prac practically practlcally procfealty ¬
fealty announced his Intention to towithdraw towItM towithdrew
wItM withdraw but adding that lie would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take as active aetl a part In the tb campaign campaignand
and work as hard har for the success ucc of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ticket as It he was a candidate candidateThe
The resolutions re as a finally nnall adopted adoptedIndorse adoptedInllor adoptedindorce
Indorse e the Kansas City Clt Silver Repub Republican Hepubleall Repubhican ¬
lican platform and recite that in ac
TTTTTTT vvVvvvvyvvwy vvVvvvvyvvwycordance
cordance with the action taken at atthat atthat atthat
that convention the Free Sliver Ito Republican Itopubllcn Itopubhican ¬
publican party partYLot of Nebraska pledges pledgesits pled pledIII pledgeits
its support to stY W J Bryan and Adlat AdlatE
E Stevenson far President and Vice VicePresident VIceJlreltdn VIcePreSident
President PresidentA t tA
A TAWS TA i1n OI OP CANMIIAMSM CANMIIAMSMCapo
Capo Oxlbnl Ihislmimi Ifaton by byNow b3Sow byNow
Now Riltaiii Siua Savages 811108Victoria SavagesVIctoria os osVictoria
Victoria H C July UUushmen UUushmenfrom
from Cape Oxford according to a letter letterreceived letterrtlCeled letterreceived
received by the Mlowera from Sydney Sydneywere SdnfYwere Sydneywere
were killed and an eaten by cannibals on onthe onthe onthe
the coast of New Britain The German Germangovernment Gnnanpvernrnnt Germangovernment
government Is taking steps to punish punishthe
the camalballThe cannibals cannibalsThe anntbchsThe
The natives naUv who were re made victims victimshad vlotlmlhad vIctimshad
had been tn trading and ant when they got to tothe tothe tothe
the landing the canoes they were In Inwere InWere inwere
were tired on and at once sunk Many Manywere Manywere any anywere
were killed and their bodies bod I carried carriedashore CArrteduhore carriedashore
ashore But the most horrifying part partwaa IlIrtwu partwas
was when several men were captured capturedalive capturedalle capturedalIve
alive and dragged to the actual scene of ofthe ottIe ofth
the th tIe feast their bodies bOdl v were ere to provide provideThey provideThe provideThey
They The were clubbed and afterwards afterwardsroasted afterwardsrouted afterwardsrouted
routed or baked and eaten This tribe tribeof i iot
of native ghoulg Ii I on one of the most no notorious notorioll8 notorloug ¬
torious In the Wands for man eating eatingThey eatingThey eatingThey
They are not head hunters In the Solo Solomon Solomolt Solomon ¬
mon Islands 111ndll1IM sense of the term but butbloodthirsty blltbloo butbloodthirsty
bloodthirsty bloo thlnty Kanakas who bo kill for food foodsolely foodol8ly foodsolely
solely solelyThe solelyThe ol8lyThe
The victims were not all killed kill at atonoe atOhot atonce
once some of them witnessing the kill killing killIng killIng ¬
ing of their comrades and the first part partof partof
of the cannibal feast feastAMBIUOAN feastAMICitiCtN
AMBIUOAN 1IOim TO BUAMB BUAMBRoviC DLA3rGUOC BLUMEIovsC
RoviC II Unnlols Gives an Kxjla Kxjlanation IblllIIIntloll Ifiltianation
nation of tho Troubles In China ChinaBoston ChInaoeton ChinaBoston
Boston oeton July 11 1180me Some of the mis missionaries milIonarle missloriaries ¬
sionaries are no more to blame for the thetroubles thetr thetroubles
troubles tr ublu there than Is I American Hour Hoursaid floursaid
said 11 Rev Charles H Daniels secretary secretaryof HCrelarot
of the American board of commission commissioner ¬
er en for foreign torelcnmllona mission when asked his hisopinion bl blopInIon hisopInion
opinion of the cause of the Chlneee up uprising uprllln uprising ¬
rising rllln rlllnTbe
The Chinese Chin farmers Mr Daniels Danielswent Danielweot Danielswent
went on are not different from our ourown ourown ourown
own tillers of the soil In the Weet WeetWhen WtWhen SSeetWhen
When they find that the Americans are aresending aresending re relending
sending Hour to China and gelling it itthere Itthe itthere
there the cheaper than the price at which whichthe whichthe alch alchthe
the natives ran an raise rice they natur naturally naturall naturaiiy ¬
ally all object jut M the people of the theWestern theWtern theWestern
Western States would It the Chinese Chinesewere Chlneeowre Chinesewere
were selling mng wheat In the United States Statesat
at lower r prices than they themselves themselvMoould themMelvMGould themselvescould
Gould produce It ItThe IIThe itThe
The missionaries may be partially partiallyat
at fault but they are certainly no nomore nIJmore nomore
more so than the tradesmen They Theywere Theylere Theywere
were attacked first because they were werethe werethe werethe
the most exposed eaP ied many mlI of them being beingIn
In places far removed from the bulk of ofChristian otChrltlan ofChristiati
Christian inhabitants The mission missionaries mJulonariea missionaries ¬
aries have always alwa tried to act in ac e ¬
T
cordance with the the Chinese Chili laws and andcustoms anlIcustom andcustoms
customs and have been treated oouti ooutiously ooutloUlly coutaournhy
ously by the authorities authoritiesIn lIuthorIUIn
In regard to the best way Of settling settlingthe etttln etttlnthe ttl1Mtbe
the Chinese question Mr Daniels snhfi snhfiThe tdf tdfThe hh hhThe
The American board I think is quite quiteIn
In harmony with the United State gftv gftveminent gO gOemment gdeminent
eminent In the position which hlob has hR been beentaken liMPtaken beentaken
taken against Iollt the breaking up of t th thempire hjj hjjempire o oempIre
empire We favor the open door paUnMy poll pollly paUn
My ly theory concerning concern In this outbreak outbre k ktbat is isthat isthat
that It Is I simply Incident to the reform reformmovement rotorm11I0emeot rofrinmovement
movement which was started by b the flisemperor filtemperor theemperor
emperor emperorOne emperorOne emperorOne
One of our missionaries rent Us an anorder anorder anorder
order for 160 books including the Ulufo Ulufoand Dllnand hhibheand
and many man commentaries and those thosebooks thQIboola thoasbook
books went Into the Imperial hfltusj hfltusjbold bQ1 bQ1boht hionnobold
bold Of course our we do not know thtl thtlthey OtlUthey thitlithey
they were read by bythe the emperorj enipIrorl4it enipIrorl4itthey but butthey llt lltthey
they probably would never have 6n 6ntered entered p ptered
tered the household without his 00118064 consont consontAt
At present It I 11th is the business at the thepowers thjtpowers thepowers
powers to create order After thai thaimany t1J thaimany t tman
many man things will be explained and andthere aptl aptlthue anti antithere
there will be new conditions to faaeA faaeAto tAGe tAGeAJlcjtcl1 face1 face1Alleged
Alleged to bo JU Insolvent InsolventJ
J D Mallory has filed a suit against againstthe agaInstthe t ttbe
the Ibapah Land Live Stock company companyIn q mpttnyIn
In the Third district court to recover r
1231 on a certain written orderPlaintiff order ortler1larnUIr orderIbafntlff
Plaintiff alleges aUe that the company Is In Insolvent Insolvent insolvent
solvent and asks that the stookhaldsrs
be required to pay Into court Ulftlr thi Ir al alleged
led unpaid subscriptions to the 6to tI utSk utSkof < ik ikot kot
ot the defendant corporation corporationIX
IX JlAXOIcil iANGICItOF OP i DHATII DHATII1nthctlo DIIATIIPathuotlu I 1I 1
1nthctlo Story IHor ToW In n 1rlvato 1rlvatoLetter PrIyatLetter 1 1Iotter
Letter from Pakln PaklnNew POlelnNew PoldiiNow
New York July 11 tlA A dispatch dlp tah to teth tethHerald t tHerald h hHerald
Herald from ruin Shanghai says saysA tasprint
A private letter from PeMn da dat datJune t tJune d dJune
June M and received at Tl TJen n T rrlnJtllt Tsln ln June June30eays
30 30eays gays gaysWe earWe
We are re In danger of dealt ThlrL ThlrLthousand Thiir Thiirthouand Ihl j jthoUMnd
thousand troops are attacking ltackln Qhl Qhlthree Qith Qiththree Onlthree
f fNo
three days food Is left IettNo leftNo
No news comes of troops if no nolist i ilief f f flIr
list comes all seems hopeless hOl J JMalten
Miltons store has h hia l been burned u nph
the Hotel de Pekln bombarded bom nrdtd T Tb t
Italian 1tall Dutch American and pert It f
the tb British legations have b biti lt ltburned
burned burnedThis burnedThl burnedThis
This confirms Sir Robert Harts dls dl
patch of the same me date dateYuan dateYuan dateYuan
Yuan ShIh Kl has ha telegraphed tele rap1led Tastf
Sheng that he has received a amessage verbal vt bt
message from Pekln dated July Jul i
the effect that two t YoO legations lega tlorur wireIS wsz e i H
uncaptured and that more than halt the
Boxers had dispersed Razees Rstug vJES who Vb
arrived tada today front Tlln Taln wb ivhieh
they left on Jul July 5 regard the iSet oi
tlon of foretgners at Pekln 118 heP hiopelees 1ei1f
since June 26
SI1UAjj SI1UAjjCHINA nUATION IN INOHINA
CHINA DESPERATE DESPERATEo
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IrOm Pekln Europeans for
Eighteen Diyt DiytCHANG OlytlIi DaytilUo
Ii IIUlO
CHANG SUMMONED SUMIONKDto tU SUMMONEDeululsuly ULONED ULONEDlrtatnllbl
lrtatnllbl eululsuly r to IIrtill
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Robert Hart ii
dIspatched his last
n ssg dtelarln that th be situation
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iim the IlJuroPMIII It Pe PeEr Pcdig
IIIltIC to the Dally Xafli Xafliu lall aig bang
Er I eotrltDOtldnt u Hun Hung Chang Chll ha hadeparturt h baa
wsied r Yell tit Imperial dee ordering
IlIIIntdlate departure departurtto for PeIr1n
1rrsftdy I by to break the news 1I1110tthe of th thtothe the
E tral4y tothe to th the Eurole < ui pow powUiual
aDd In bIB hi Usual role ° of negotiator w e tw twm Uaor
WU th Eurooe Eu
In difficult matters t tto to
1 > > to act ct
a u mediator u4 ad aver avertSLnee
Yel SLnee nce 0 ot f the powers
U 0 devices vlces from TIn Tsln tend t tthe ttJ
nftnn the sports of the perilous con conof
rUoDl of the allied forces
and nd belle belloptimistic
Ute optimistic O Chinese Chla rumors Un Undisaster
I Iflnrorcpmentl I tOecJIIf reach eII Tlen
TJ1a Tf smctlcl another disaster mar be cx cxA
A BAD > SITUATION SITUATIONI SITUATIONMalls
nt Dally Malls Mallstelegraphing Tlea 1IIn n eonfI
Il lOndent n4ent telegraphing on July 6tl
1i41 The situation Mil uatiOll Is about as tta fad d
i fl i It can well ell be b I only trust ths that
m shall not soon n want relieving our
hvei VPl Our f forward < rwarj movement Is 1m
WAIl pbssibie bit About 30000 to 45000 OlIO troopnd troop
ate wanted 8 and nd there are now no onl only
lOtOO he here Th The foreign troops 1r o1I ar are n
WErkInz riJn tin well tofrethw t lth but It Is I Incon
Vfllent nleDt lent th that t there I h r ti I no supreme corn
rii Eiuinder ln lMr r In some quarters the th feline feellnt
r r let JmtU Us relllUI < P Mln n and nd then clear cleaOther
GUt t I In t tenr or of f RUIIIla RUIIIlather
Other ther lien rain In correspondents sa IIat say
that at t no advance Is risible po tlble until Be Sep
jpnber iniwr lit and explanations are b bf be beaged
f C asked by the papers pen here for th the thfa theWt
i Wt rtr an a action ion 1 < 11I of f Japan In send sendini In InI
W wcbI > I since it Is known that she IIbeRnd ws waiIpad
4 Ipad BO and wllllnc llIIn to tend them an anuwis
uwis r ral ral4 i H no objection to her doln
It l is > hinted < < 1 that a difficulty arose arosto
I to t the th manner r In which Japan wa waiw
w be ror t reoIc4 < N > n Iot > < 1 for her heav outlay outUjmm utla utlarr
fjfl1rr mm rr are II rt rurent that Japan d dnder dt dtnd tieandi <
andi nder nd rl the cession 1 lIon of s Chinese per perRtSSIA portklSBIA port portRVSIA
RtSSIA IN MAXCHURIA MAXCHURIASTJie
STJie < nJp Russian Rus lan papers report that th th3t
Btim 3t xers III are ar ravaging Manchuria an anaam aneIe eni
II Ie i aam dllmae e < sixty miles mil of th the rail railB railthr8Apnnr railthraienng
B thr thr8Apnnr wenng Telln and Kirin Kirtipile Kirint1
pile Ue t1 Port Arthur and n4 Nlu Chwan Chwansaid Chwanle Cbwan5C
5C e said to b be endangered RusslifTt Russia RUIIlarltrr Russiarrefrt
rltrr fTt < has notified the powers a aintention 01 01r
r intention to dlsnatch a large I mill millIn millr
In 1 r forre to Manchuria It appear appearRusulfln l appeanat ll8 ll8at
E at Rusulfln Ru t n censorship Is I suppressln l11 lelllnl
II 1 reference rt rnt to this hi matter and I In II IIn iinjr
n njr ire irI i that IMO WO regular trooj troojare troopiarrived
are re arad AI > arrived from Port ArtauAmur Artau Arthuie
e dAm Amur t r to protect the VUnchorl VUnchorla ManekarlijlIwa anchartlIIIIa
jlIwa IIIIa a nnd an thnt other troops are ties noith 11 11thlr tiesp
p th thlr ir way to Manchuria MUI lIrI lIrIAll
2 f All AI kind of It C stories rome from Bbsog 8l1aDhilh ShangtWiI
tWiI hilh hl < h It Is j Imo Im Imrsiiible > notllbl slhle to verify ftrttII verifyM
M Is staed that the BAler have mur murfrei murtlf rawtreA
frei < 1 the chancellor of the Pekla unl unland unli cciffit
i inoI ffit and Rn slxtv lxt members of ill illfamll hittamll hismuI
famll muI end r t lllnIP lllnIPfjA tIneiA lnes lnescnnflcUntlal
fjA A cnnflcUntlal officer of Oen lung YoniAlsrulsed lungti
ti disguised dl Ifd ss a Sneer Is I reported reportedhive
hive hi creit cre t Into Prince lucas tent tentthe tftlltII
fl II the th nrlnce WM sleeping fIIIl with withhe withi
i he I p Intention of f Ithlllnr tahhln him He H HuAht was wasflight wasugh
flight ugh h bl the sentries in the story stnryind Itnt Itntand story4pei
4pei and oVsnltate on the spot His Hiswnt HI HId liii1tlsd
1tlsd d IIU sect t with Prince Titans Tuaasillmenu TIwIpllmnlJ Titanstnplinhitnts
tnplinhitnts illmenu to Tun Tunc Lu as a warn warnor warnr am amC
or C to Mm tn beware bewsreCATHOLICS bewreCATHOLICS bewareCATHOLICS
CATHOLICS MASSACRED MAB8ACRBDTh MASSACREDgrhe lAIUCftEDfTbt
fTbt Th French ronsul at Shanghai has hasws huW hasvs
ws W that the Chinese prefect at atlovkdrn atoakdeD atockden
lovkdrn oakdeD himself murdered the Catho CathoWsh CathabIbflJ Cathobishop
bishop Wsh r Oullton Fathers Crunoet Crunoett
rbt t Boanieois and Vlllenot and ando
r 0 ulster IIte of the French mission and andntrous andmtroul andISSIOUS
ntrous niilie Christians were mu masFrom murani muProni
<
From Canton rani on romes Im1 a report of Urge Urgetons IlrreTlfln largesections
sections tons from he GermanChines GermanChinesifbnent GermanCHeeseilnieiit
ifbnent at a Ka to II > Chou and of a riot riotn riotOfhnan riotten
ten n Ofhnan < > rman troops and Bosers Bosersuy
uy U of the tatter being killed killedMih limedIIItIh killedsash
Mih at iihsnrhsl I and Can Canton I f > n sppre sppreMor apprerain P Pn
rain n nlsts thst these evidences of ofwliM otwl ofwidrrend
wliM wl widrrend > road Ad nails na I hl rebellion Indicate Indicatenrcetsltv indicateS
t nrcetsltv IIf < H1l1v for Immediate measures measuresh rei
h I the turf n of th the powers powersIt
It hi I stated the th > nprnmny pfflaflv Intends to tol tnhI
5151 l to China lOflOo to 11000 hI men well welllipped wellsip It Itlipped
lipped sip with runs runsMINKS runx1Np n nftNFII
MINKS DEtTROYBD DEtTROYBDtH
I tH t governor of Port Arthur tile telehtphs tileU
htphs that 4 fIIooo MM Majichu troop were werei w wJul wereJuly
i July 7tb th nlthln nine miles of Nlu NluIhvanf NIIIIII NiuEISL
U Ihvanf EISL III and hud dStroyed the theLa Rus Rusu
u mines min The They II vre re I engaged by byiU a aU aii
iU U forte of Russian R u la n The result resulttf resultncoUflfrr
tf UH tncountrr Is I n n1 t known The Theresidents Tb TbrerD Thereign
reign residents of Nlu iu Ckwang were wereon WPtleel wereed
eel on board steamers by guards guardsthe ruardtilt
rtIII the Russian gunboat OllvaJanL
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an effort would be made to fully m mlVie I
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New York July 12 12A A dlsp c1llpat h hI t n th
Joullla raal and Ad Mnrtller rt ser from t h i r Fi
dated July I says saysA
A courier from Sir Robert Hi II h cd In n
Pekln has ba Just arrived brlnt it i
message m dated June II
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twenty years and have sold soldof in
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never found tOU d anything te t equi equalh h
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S sold hundreds of boultn btlU of ofit it t tcustomers i icustomers i
customers to their entire satind satindIt llall r 1
It affords a quirk and sure cur < ur in a apleasant aplftAllt apIiuant
pleasant form No family IbU htuia b bwithout be bewtUtout
r without It IL I keep ep It in my hcu h UM n at atA t
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I r Great preparations lane ben tn made ml e
by the Maccabees to entertain tit t vu Vistorl yte11cr
itore to Saltalr Reich tonmrrou en enwhick tnwhich
which day da the thy > ml iI Kit I a grand grsn sa Sno SnoIIcunJolI ae aeexcursion a aexcursion
excursion to that r > > i u ur resort I 11 11cODlmltt 1committees i icommittees
committees 1I hating havlII haviui th h excursion excursioncharpte eXcurlln eXcurllnchl > icharge
charge chl have hve made imple 9Ie pi pluvl proitre j J jry J s
for the amusement aUlr lf nf < f ue lie lirgtr lag tr is nl nlthat I
that will wi be b jirs Sr preont preonthiany nt ntMany ntMany
Many beautiful bauttl an tnl nl 1 rtly lFI prizE v i I
bo b given lveD to th thp < > winn itlijnr HJI 11 in the severil severilroatests I aever4lcontests vro
contests ronL that Ut ha hac I in n arranged arrnged t i iOne IOe r rOne
One Oe of tlw tb rmttsts rJtt 11 nhuh no lu d uft uftwill Itt Ittm ottwill
will m prove Drov pntrrtrflnirs will wi b be i i icontest 1 1contest
contest cte In which hlh bands blnd from trm Illr < 1ffr 1ffrpins Mt n nparts r
parts J of the th State Stlte will wU partictpati partictpatigame pllpR ponlclpattgame > T TPe
game Pe of base bal ball bal In the tl water nIU nIUSn ill illan I < Ian
an amusing amust feature fetur A number awnbr < f c cgaot It e egent
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Business BtlIIl men who lack lc the Mm Im ffii ffiiind IJp IJpend snp snpand
end rigor vi r they ti once onc had ha shouM shouMrlERClNE Iholo t < vHERCE 1 >
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strengthen cad Intimate Ino the sritxm sritxmarice aftom syittnPrice
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ay one to endure the torture tre in Inn Hi i 11 11b I Ily
b r ly piles t when whn ture TABLERS DUc IHKIYD IHKIYDJ Kl D DILK
ILK OINTXKNT OINTMJl will wl cure theta Ihtmrl a aemedy i iremedy
remedy rl J so 1 moderate morate in II price pce an1 an aneffective n nffectlve f felet
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Tb Tube ubea 7S cents ot Z C X L Drug Drg Dep DepThose DfpT p pThose
Those T who live on farms fre are aM rsp psplrla psplrlaIf cupehaby i ui uir
If r liable lible to many nn accidental acIdnt I cuts t turts turtssndbruIaeswbicheIradiY im unand s snd
and sndbruIaeswbicheIradiY sndbruIaeswbicheIradiYpiled nd bruises brl whlrh wile heal 11 rapidly ridly wi tn tnBALRDS n nALLARDB
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RE REMEM M B u M B Every Item in every De Department rtment in inour our Great Store Seoreali SeorealiCut at atCut atCut
Cut Prices During our ourFINAL ourLk1 ourfINAL
Lk1 r i FINAL CLEARING SAlt Of SUMMER SUMMERENDING i GOODS GOODSi GOODSENDINC
I 41 > ENDINC SATURDAY NICHT NICHTENORMOUS i iI it
t 1 1J1J1 < < cc < < < < < Ecc EccENORM fl fli flENORMOUS I
ENORMOUS ENORM US REDUCTIONS REDUCTioNS ALL LL THROUGH THROUGH THE HOUSE HOUSE Cost ost Price in in every instance has been ignoreentirely i I We show such a MULTIPLICITY MULTIPLICITYof MUL IPLICITY IPLICITYof
entrely
of Summer BARGAINS Goods that enumeration is out outof of the question We are simply cutting cuting prices to the core to make ignor a cc qtplete OthpIete lete clearance cearance of the last la5tve stvetige vestige flge of all allSummer aJ aJSummer allSummer
7 Thursday ThursdayFriday ThursdayOnly
Only Three More Days of f our ourFinal
i Friday FridaySaturday FridayS
Final Clearing ClearingSate Sale V
S Saturday SaturdayS S a t Uf day
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