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Is Commended for Not Beginning the War WarHow Warhow VarIiov
How the Allied Forces Except Amer Americans Atuericans Anleraicans ¬
icans Began the Fighting FightingThe
The American Admirals Account Puts the Other Nations in the theAltitude tlteAtlittl theAttitude
Altitude Atlittl e of Commencing War on China ChinuAnicricans Americans Would lVouldNot WouldNot WouldNot
Not Do It Itmowing Blowing Up Magazines Ma azines on Gunboat and in Port PortTaking PortTaking FortTaking
Taking Forts by Storm StormLosses Losses of Combatants ContbatanlsTlle The Mono Monocacy MonoeliC Monocacy
cacy eliC Hit llitClose Close Call for Capt Wise Wiselie He Has an Itching to toFight toFight toFight
WaAlngton July Jul JlTM The Thertmtnt flay I d drlnwnt don dontrtmrnt
rtmtnt today made public the mart martLi mallrt n nvr
Li rt vr f Hear Admiral Kemp ix ixttntng X XBlng xIinlntr
Blng hi hh reasons rt onl tOf wfuslwr to ton
n with iththehlpofth lIh the ships of the oUIar > U > ri powers powersth w rs rshf
the th hf attack un the Takn aorta And nd giv gtvc givan Y Yan
c an broom of the attack which In Inlc InIJC5 In Inle
IJC5 lc < many detail not hmiofor pub pubh1 pubhd pubht
h1 Admiral Kempft Kemp also Incloses Inclosesreport InclotelHtort Inalolesreport
report of commander Wtoe 1M or Uw UwV Ultlrhln theglvtng
V slvlng a graphic aooount of ofhe oth ofhe
he h II utlon utlonHear tlon tlonHear tlonRear
Hear Admiral Xemp Kmpff1 r explanationt explanation
In the attack attackthe ttackIhl
f r iffuUiK lerU 11I1I to participate
the fortifications of a power withhlrh WIthhl with withhih
In warmly warmlymmended tentInlyinn MIll MIllmmended
hih hl < h n w were < re at p IItMI c
mmended inn nded by Secretary Long Lon The Theurti Therurq thevrtl
rurq < urti are as foilowi foilowiWOULD toilomworLD foilowatwotLD
° r t 8 Fiwh Flp Ftaaheip < < hllp lp NewarK Nea Taku China ChinaTune Chi Chir Chiestune
Tune r lne IT 1W 1WSir 190urlri
rlri Sir I 1900woulrt would state what hAt follows In Intwl Iniro1 Ingud
twl to the happening previous to toe
e r retain < ole e yesterday by b other tenter tenterga MlorrlJII eniorsign
sign ga naval na 1 officers here to get poe poavKin poeIin par4inn
r4inn vKin of r the Taku forte fortaOn fortOn
On Thuwday June 14 Rear Adnlral Ad AdMral Ad111ral
Mral Bruce called and asked what I Inought II Ithought
thought I of the matter and 11 I Informed Informedhim
him that htl I wu not authorised tolnlU tolnlUa to hllU hllUal
a al > any an act of war with a country with withv withhlcb withvhlch
vhlch v hich my country was at peace p ce that thatmy thatfTJy thatmy
my limit was to protect American In Inorwrti Inhrlllll Intrreu
orwrti both by regulations and under wadertent underiient underhlent
tent Instruction from both the de deTirtment d dprtment diIirtment
Tirtment and from the commanderln commanderlnMef
I Mef of OM taped states naval force forcein braon
in theAsiatic I be Mliuc Aal t1c station stationAMERICANS sistlonAMERICANS tallonAMERICANS
3on the lith at a xmanltaUott OOII tl UO of ofhe ofIe ofir
he ir other 01 her fnrelcn t naval na v1 officer OI ICeiL It Itmed WM WMt
elation at atV atnl atTng
r t med that the railroad
V Tng > m Ku should be taken The rail railay tallay
ay ii under Chinese ChIn government eon eonI con1rol eonIrnl
1rol I and In case ale any Chinese Chin govern governvat oveMl oveMlt
vat t tine acted against the tb force of ofiv otn ofray
iv n foreign rur nation all ahould be 1s 1sieil I IIwd Inacrd
< ieil and act unitedly Under mr In Inruction Innuctlon Insructlnn
ruction I could mId not join In taking takl takllulon takingI
1 + seuton of rhinvse government I mment prop propand ProllI
I y and did di < l not care to become a amy art aarty
my rt to men an agreement without withoutilnl
drat authority authorityKKMPFF lIuthrltKfMIFF autharltyKMPFF
Yesterday June 16 the same tor tore
e < 1n < n naval al oftVers signed a compact compactM
hat M it uai 11 necessary nece arr to take temporary temporaryI
r < sml 5IIn n of n the Taku fcr fort and nd notice
wig erv rredon td don onu UHivJoeroy ti v 1IIe1O oarep at TIeD Thin Tsinand 11111ud Thinand
and on the oowVandant itdant of the th forts fortaConsuls tortlCOIIull fortsConsuli
Consuls at t Them Tim In were Informed of ofwhat otwhat ofwhat
what was u contemplated 1 did not join joinIn Jol Jolr
r In the attack on the th tort Captain CaptainWlM CaptlaWIM CaptainWI
WlM WI of Monocacy Monocacyhad O ocac7 bad orders to pro protest proteet protent
test American Interests baled upon upondepartments upondepartmect upondepartmect
departmect order but In cue of at attack attack t ttack ¬
tack by a Chinese hln government force he hewan h hewon
wan 11 to confider It ai a declaration of ofwar IIfwar ofwar
war and nd act accordingly
Very respectfully reapectfullyLOUIS reapeet respectfullyLOUIE tu IILOUIS II
U 8 Flagship Newark Taku June JuneII
11 11008111 100 Sir I have the honor to r rDort rIlOrt re report
port u follow tollo The Th commanding oNU oNUcera o ocere o81ceru
cera of the th zflnboals In the river met meton Ineton meton
on the th afternoon Of 0 June II and afwl afwlfor af1 t tCor
for the tb senior nlor plllcer of the gun gunboats oats to todlrjst todr todract
dlrjst dr t the movement Th nlI a ifflwr Imp Impi IRplocnd leaptcneol
i cned < to U a Russian The poelttona poelttonafir pllltllntr
fir the various gunboata were then thenlined thnIpld a apigned
lined taking Akin positions In the second aecondrroch IttIOndrlach secondrrnch
rroch of the river above the north northfort nortbtort northfort
fort The gunboats nboat participating welt welttiw weietli wetttbt
tli tiw KoreeiK GuiUk Bobr Ruwian RuwianI RulllanIIfllI RussianiIthm
I IIfllI It In feruian Lion French li liEur1 tgerrne tgerrneEurttth crllll crllllEnrllth
Eur1 Enrllth h T Tlo Etigllih toiprd toiprddMtroyft tOI pdo hunt huntdeelroyeh 10 10dftrofI
dMtroyft 1ame ame and Wiltlnj WiltlnjIn WhII W IHnJ JI joined joinedlit C4t C4tIn
In the latter part after veounng ve e unng IIIn the theitltuied tIeI theitnred
itltuied I luef1 ti fIf10 > rr do boats n near ar Tom Ku KuThe 1 U UThe uThe
The Japanese gunboat claimed that her herengine berrntne herenanee
engine wore disabled ao slw 1 It moor mllr1 mllr1In < 4 dto 4to
to TON Ku and waa U AJII I charge chargeof
of the tb railroad alttlon at that place placeThe plrnil placeThe
The i U 3 5 Monocac onocac > Innn It end iimly iimlyorden IInIorden r rorder
orden remained moored at Tong Ton Kuand Ku Kuand
and took no part In the action Manytorellrten Many Manyforelenera MnytQrellhen I
forelenera were afforded shelter and andprotection andprotection nd ndprotection
protection during durin the night A copy copyof COD CODof copyof
of the report port of the commanding officer officerof otftc r rot
of the Monoacy Monocacy > > OllocacJ la I herewith ncloaed enclenLroirra ncloaedFORTS
The v vessel M la e neept ept the Iltla took tooktheir tooku tooktbelr
their u aiwigneU I JMMIUOM early In th thevenhJ till tlaevenly 1 1nenhl
evenly of o theilth th the 11th instant and nd about aboutI
1258 I 00 a m one hour before fore the expira expiration ezpirdtlon Ipl ¬ II
tlon of the time Hurt all the forts fortsuna tort torttun fortstun
tun una which could uld be trained on the thehip thehlplI theehlp
hip fired ftrf almultaneoualy many mn idols idolsttrikln shotselMklnn hotsrtrtkln
ttrikln = the Koreet The vessels 1 re returned returntd returned ¬
turned the Are fll with a rapid Are from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their guns UII which with the exception of ofthe ottbl oftht
caliber of ofmall ofsmall I Iam1I
the gun of alxlnch were
mall rapidfire rapld flro trIM tyrThe trIMTbe type typeThe
The run unl on the north fort ware warechiefly warecle werechiefly
chiefly cle y 47 inch while theVouth fort haa haaa h ha
a number of gun unl from six Ix to elsnt elsntIncbei eltrktInches IthtIncbel
Inches In caliber caliberQUNHOAT caliberGIJNHOAT IIHr IIHrQUNHOAT
The Alirerlne having aboard aboa a landing land landing IndIn ¬
ing In party of aome MO 80 men m Immediately Immediatelycut
cut t them ashore A portion of them themadvanced themadvAIII themadvanced
advanced through Taicu to the navy navyyar1 nav navyar navyyard
yard yar and nd took by bYlurrllt iururlw tour new newmodern newnIrn newmoletn
modern torpedo tor do boat carrvlnr two twotuhw twotulwlI twotuhre
tuhw and nd nix threepoundera each and andonvoycd andconvoyed nd ndIOnoed
convoyed by the Fame and Whiting Whltingtook Wnltlnitook Whitingtonk
took them to Tong Ton Ku The other land landInn IndIne landIrt
Inn Irt parties prtl and nd th the remainder of the
This is Dated July 4 Two Weeks Before His Cipher Cable CnbleLega CnbleLegationers Lega Legalioncrs
honors Were Fighting for Their Lives Then Thenand Thenand Thenand
and Feared a Massacre r rYT
Wn ttaehingtcn hlnltjn July Ii The The following followIngr
r Jtlrarn ha has been received at thednrtmrnt the thed
r d dirlm dnrtmrnth irtmtnt irtmtnth nt nth
h F jui July > 24 Navigation Bureau Bureau4Mig DurtauhhM bureaun
n 4Mig rh1 hhM g n AVrltten meaaage signed signedddd Imednltr
1 n nltr > r oiMt < July 4th < th received Tien TienM
T 1 M n u W n N Been besieged bele d two twoT twotko twovek
T vek tko k < l H1 H + rygatlon o h gallon Grave danger
general maaaacre by b Chine e toldton toldtonwho 10141 10141wbo mldlmwho
who ar re ahelUng legation dally dati Relief Reliefsoon Jte11tlOOn Beliefsoon
soon If at All City Clt without gown gownment no nomnt governmnt
mnt except by Chinese Chin army arm Deter Dttrmbf4 Determined Determined ¬
mined maaaacre htUlAcrelI all forelrnere Pertn PertnEntry PeidnEntry PeldaEntry
Entry relief forces Into city Clt probably probablyhotly lirobablhotly probablyhotly I
hotly contested contestedThe
The message comes from Captcharles CaptcharlesM I
M Thumaacommander of the Brooklyn
Shocking Fate of Mrs Sarah Hanks at BountifulBody Was Al Almost Almost Almost ¬
most Incinerated Incincratedlived Lived Only a Few Pc Hours HoursFuneral tloursFuneral UoursFuneral
Funeral Tomorrow
1k bounnrui > unllflil i July UTj iSTBf 21 s was u a moat t
IDncking I > < klnc lng accident at t tMa ptoo yester yestern 111t
ni Vay > one n that resulted in the death tb of
Mu l 11 S
h Hanks an n aged a l1 wtmun who whoAlt 1110aIUDP
w kert rd aIUDP Alt Atlletbr eUl r It la about out the therawaity
rt rawaity ra UIII that ever happened here
Int I
1 Ij UK 01 < main topic of dlacuasion dlacros i
lnro IbrouthJ1 throutlc
i u ut the day
4t 1 cOo in
rH the morning as two llttto lltttoh
IlIlk Wrp flQalng th the h home of Join
t II hry
Ib letter Wr horror stricken to tor sae
rht r Inln rung nf out ot the hOQN Ia a
ltoUIIdf r flam outne ne nean n They immediately
an a n alarm
UtllliJI tunictlnt tI the
n e Mr
wire Bmwue lnta Md Mdd nd
efittUed IJr end d dalllrlttIn u hi hlaw law of the thedoor tb
who hJ
tine lived next door Thy
apeedlly a e < llIy
be liberal to UIt rllKul and b bwater by
1ItnJe4 apJlltcatlolt r water anon Hn n ex exthi
tIe flame Itmu which bad
burned abneet eril eiUlnH tlyall 811 l of tb tbIq the at4n at4nIng 111thbig
big off the t U esfotteti ntort 10118 iitte womanwho anwllo we wetphtyfotjr w wfht was waseightyfour
tphtyfotjr fht r year tt Off alai and nd quit quithelpless quillbII quitehelpless
helpless helplessTh bII helplessThe
The tM J lady lad WM tcndefly borne In Inaid InIIde inaid
aid IIde and everything mla possible OIIIbl done to tosave toIAV tosave
save IAV her life but without avail as she shedied ekedied he heelled
died at 14 in th the afternoon It to be believed believed beHived ¬
lieved that her clothing wa aa Ignited Ignitedfrwm 1JIltedtnt Ignitedfrom
tnt a fire ft In the kitchen st store t ve The Thefront Thefront thttront
front lids lid of the stove w werv lIIr er found fuul d t thave tn tobane < >
have been removed am and It U thought thoughtllwt IhoushlIhltl thoughtthat
that her h r r apron may have fallen o orer orerlhm > er erth frIhm
th Ihm ni and thus cnuKht fire nreThe IIrtTh fireThe
The Th deceased waa A native of England Englandand Enlndnd
and nd was born In 12I Uli She came to toUtah toUtab tottab
Utah In 18S1 and lId bad been identifiedwith Identified Identifiedwith Identlllfdwith
with Mormonlsm for upwards of fif nft flfty fifty ¬
ty t > frs Her funeral will 111 take t 1la 1latram plufrom > > a afrom
from the Eat Bountiful tabernacle at
2 p m tomorrow
Xngttah aggregating mote ISO men menawaiting menawaltlnlan menawaiting
awaiting awaltlnlan an opportune time for th the as asaauit UMUll asMutt
MUll The Th flring 1I1n continued with more moror Inoreor moreor
or lees tIN spirit I rtt until daylight when ben It be became became blame ¬
came very rapid and nd active and It to toreported IIrelorted Isretorted
reported very disastrous roo to the Chines ChinesAbout ClllneAbout ChlneaAbout
About 480 a shell entered the tb mae magaslne maeline malasine
line of tbe GUllak blowing blowl It up tausIng caua cauaIng caueInr
Ing her to take water and burning n nm 44 44men 1 1men
men m n more or less severely IleVl She Sh rot rotover cotover = ot
over 0 an n awning wnln as a collision mat matand matnd matand
and nd after a few hour work w rtt WM 1 float floatIng doatInlt IoatIng
Ing Inlt nt her normal height height8ILKNCINO helbtIILENCING height8ILENCINQ
About S a m th the gunboats having havingsilenced baYlnrIhmced bavlntsilenced
silenced the th Northwest toft a tending tendingforce landinforce landingforce
force charged and nd occupied It where wherehototlng wherehooting hereholetlnr
hooting the flag 11 caaualttoa occurred occurrednotably ooourrtdnotably occurrednotably
notably the th captain of thJapanee thJapaneelanding th the Japanese Japaneselanding a ane anelandln
landing party and one Bnfltoh sailor sailorkilled AllorIUIiId sailorkilled
killed and nd several wounded The Chinese Chi Chinese ChInoe ¬
nese then abandoned th the North fort fortwhich fortwbleh fortwhich
which Is I joined to th the Northwest fort fortby furtby fortby
by a protected passage palla After about abouttwo abouttwo bouttwo
two hours mom th the South forts were weretaken weretalcetl weretaken
taken after the explosion of the tb maga magaslne maline magasine
line Most of th the occupants fled but butwere butwre butwere
were not pursued Some W or 44 It were werefound werefound I
found hiding bldln In various parts of the thefort tb tbfort thefort
fort fortThe
The various nations participating participatinghoisted parUclpatlnlhollhd parllclpatingfoisted
hoisted their flags It on the tb various v rlou flag flagstaffs ftlIlatr flagetaffs
staffs The forts being belli of thick mud mudand muelnd mudand
and nd grass adobe were but little dam damaged damA damaged ¬
aged A d by the gun 111 fire although they the received re recelved reocelved
celved a host of projectiles The guns gunsitn 1U0inlt gunssold
itn sold nlt < l gun IrU n shields hlet aa a nil rule were not notdamaged notdamatred notdamaged
damaged Two or three Un of the modern modernguna modernuna modernguns
guns una were disabled disabledLOBS dJaableciLOll disabledLOSS
The dead d Chinese Chin were not counted countedbut COuntedbut tauntedbut
but It I Is estimated by eyewitnesses eyewitnessesthat ewltneuetthat
that ponce 10 om MO dead were left in n the thefort th thtort thetort
tort fortThe
The loss on th the aid of the allied alliedforces 11111111forcee allledforces
forces was a u nearly aa possible as a fol follows follows
lows lowsAlgerine 101111Alrenne lowsAlgerine
Algerine one on officer badly badl Injured Injuredeight Injuredellht Injuredeight
eight men wounded Iltls captainbadly captain captainbadly captainbadl
badly badl Injured InJu three thr or four men killed killedalx killedalz
alx 11 or eight wounded woundedKerneta woundedKernet woundedKereets
Kerneta two officers badly wounded woundedeight woundedllht woundedeight
eight men dead twelve wounded woundedOullsk w woundedOullak unded undedGuUk
Oullsk one on oltlcer badly wounded woundedeight woundedIht woundedeight
eight Iht men killed ten wounded forty fortyseyen tort tortv fortyseven
seven v n burned by explosion lX loalon of powder powderroom polIerroom powderroom
room roomLion roomLion roomLion
Lion one on man killed one badly badlywounded badl badlwnunded badlywounded
wounded woundedOther wnundedOther woundedOther
Other vessels engaged n led Injuries of ofminor ofminor ofminor
minor Importance ImportanceThe ImJOrtbcThe
The above Is I an account c unt gleaned with withv withtntlon withcereatlonu
v eratlona of officer engaged but butmay butmay butmay
may contain minor InaoeuraclDurin InactcuncieDuring Inaccuracies InaccuraciesDuring
During the engagement guns were wereturned wereturned wereturned
turned on the Monocacy which was 111 out outof outot outof
of the line of fire She wu struck no nocasualties nocaUIUH ncasualties
casualties and was forced to ed to with withdraw withdraw withdraw ¬
draw up the river riverVery riverVer riverVery
Very Ver respectfully respectfullyLOUIS repectfullyIoUJ8 respectfullyLOUIS
Rear Admiral U S N XTo NTo NTo
To the Secretary of the th Navy Wash WuhInrton WashIngton Washington ¬
MONOCACY NOT i c r IK IT ITFollowing ITFollowing
Following 10110 to the report of the action actionmade actionmade ctlonmad
made by Commander Win WI of th the Mono Monocacy Monocacy lonocac ¬
cacy cac to near Admiral Kemptt KempttU
U S S Monocacy Tong TonrKu Ku China ChinaJune ChinaJune ChinaJune
June 17100 17100Sir 17 1800 1800Blr 1010Sir
Sir I have the tb honor to report upon uponthe UPODthe uponthe
the occurrences since yesteraay Itroa noon 1attended 1 1attended 1ttended
attended a meeting of officers o lcer at I p pm pm pm
m on board the Borbora I was 111 shown shownthe abownthe shownthe
the protocol and ultimatum as a to the theTtku theTaku theTaint
Taint forts The signatures < < nture to the doc doeustent document docunt ¬
ument were autographic and a as your yourwe yoUgot yourswai
we wai not ot t appended t I informed the th sen senleaito senelasf Q QlMhe
leaito elasf r thai lMhe he would wo hv baw late t Ia lays toavthe 1 1II layse
the II e Monooacy O c out ef the plow pl l lfllacet and11ae and andplace
place 11ae for vessels of th the attacking
force forcet f
t 1 Th first gun was 11 fired at t 1S4and 124and 1S4 IUand
and with the simultaneous discharge dischargethat
that followed two of the shots passed passedover pueedover passedover
over th the Monocacy although eh she was wasout 111 111out wasout
out of th the line of fire ftr between btot wten the forte fortaand fortend fortand
and nd vessels 11 attacking ttaclcln ttaclclna
1 a The Th lithe did not leave her berth berthwhich berthbiell berthwhich
which was 111 a short distance from mine mineuntil mineuntil mineuntil
until 1030 and the Japanese did not notleave notIeav notleave
leave her III during the th bombardment bombardmentAMKRICAN bombardmlltA bombardmentAd1ICIt1CAN
4 The lire d re was a well ullllUltalned utalned on both bothside bothId bothsides
side Id and although shells continued at atInterval atInterval atInterval
Interval to pass p near ne me or burst short shortor hortor
or beyond I attributed It to a wild wildflring lIIlidftrlne wildfiring
firing by b the th fort About 210 I wss wsstanding wsslanding II IItandIng
landing on top of pilot house by b the thegalling tb tbItllnl thegalling
galling 1 had mounted there when I Iheard Iheard Iheard
heard a shell approaching and nd Imme Immediately ImllMdltly immediately ¬
diately a crash The second cutter cutterhanging cutterhan11I1 cutterhanging
hanging at her davits a few f feet belowand below belowand belownd
and nd behind me had been struck by a ashell Ahell ashell
shell It entered her stern tore out outthe outthe outthe
the bottom and ranging diagonally diagonallyacroaa
across rou the ship out after lU all of the thesteam theteam thesteam
steam launch smashing muhln POrt fortcattle fortcattleladder tortCIIUladder fortesetleladder
ladder and lId passed through the ships shipsBide Ih IhIIlde hlp hlpside
Bide In which It left a clear cut ovaX ovaXtwo ov ovtwo ova ovatwo
two foot by b ten Inches There were weremany wereInny weremany
many men on the forward malrideck malrideckand
and It must have gone as close to someof some someof lOmeof
of them as a It did to me It fortunately fortunatelymissed fortuntImiMed fortunatelymead
missed the launchs davit as that would wouldhave couldhave Quldbav
have caused CAU 4 It to explode explodeMAGAZINE eXlll04euQAZINE explodeMAQAZINE
a L It was difficult to 0 make out how howthe howth howthe
the th pills AIN were faring farln but they were wereovMently wereOt4eDU wereevidently
evidently closing < < u after three a m mdischarge m1Io1lr mdischarges
discharge 1Io1lr < < ll1 from nuns like gatltngs < < 1 or ormaxims orJDullm ormaxima
maxims were heard At 4 oclock there therewas therewas
was 111 a tremendous explosion and nd a ma maof maof mass massof
of flame which hlch I attributed to A maga magasln m magarise
rise In on one of tbs fort fortTowards tortlITowardl forts1Towards
Towards four oclock the bursting burstingof buntinof
of shell be1 In my near vicinity Increased to tosuch toucb tosuch
such an extent that it occurred to me methat metht methat
that he forts might be directing some someof someof om omof I
of the th fire on the railroad station aa In Inthis Intbla Inthis
this Mat country It wa a prominent prominentmark prominentmark
mark and a number of Japanese and andRuMlan andRuulan nd ndulan
ulan troojis were encamped around aroundIt
It In such case c the Monocacy would be beIn beIn bein
In considerable danger from a lire which whichI hlcbI
I had hitherto considered bad shooting ooU ooUActlnr
Acting upon the thought I at once coat coatoff cutotl castoff
off everything erthln I steamed away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the bank banknd and went two miles up theriver the theriver theriver
river anchoring In the tint bend This Thismove Thtmoe Thismove
move was Yo made at t 410 and nd 110 the Are Areslackening ftreIAcktnln lireslackening
slackening and a Japanese Jpan nag Ita floating floatingover
over one of the tort I returned to my m mberth
T 71 I was 11 able bl to render the following followingaeatstanc tol1owlqtnc followingassistance
assistance tnc First a party of r ladle ladlesand ladleand ldlNa1ld
and children chUd refuse from tb the mission missionat
at Taku who had fled hurriedly on th thnotification the thenotilcaUon thenotliatlon
notification of tile bombardment They Theyoame TbeOIIme Theycame
came aboard last night at t > pm and andar an4re andare
ar are re still It III with me also 110 came me two offi omsane officer otftCfIrS ¬
sane of the II M 8 Barfleur who ho had hadoome hadOOlfle hadeome
oome down from Tien TIn too late to toeet tot togt
eet t to any n English ahlp A u I waalcom waalcommg waeomlag a4omrac
mg down th the river at t I am met an anRngltoh anEnghah n nIIh
Rngltoh IIh torpedo tol1lO boat towlag a Chinese Chineseboat ChtlletHboat Chineseboat
boat prise pnaeI I bad lwlao no small tmall1leal bent to make makea
a landing so I east nt t tb the launch to run runher runber runher
her line ashore bore for which thank have havebeen haveb havebeen
been b n returned I have taken on board boardand boardlId boardand
and lId had aurgtoal u attendance for the th fo folowing 1
lowing A Japan Japanese soldier with a guiu guiushot phJbot gu n nshot
shot wound a CM Chlasa ooalto found close closeto
to the ship with arm torn off by h flag fragwent M MIfttllt flagment
went of shell A 1 niteeUn soldier with withwound wltlaound withwound
wound In the band bandNO bndNO handNO
Taku forts deserted by every evil on onno oneno one oneno
no trains n no telegraphic communication ion
from anywh an > where hrl re but I had a telephone telephonefrom lIplaoll
from Mr Hrttlngtil who report 1eftOf1t1I 1eftOf1t1Iqullt all alltulet u uquiet
quiet since ln 1 ilrst disturbance disturbanceI
I tI I know nothing of the tb fight except exceptthat exceptthat xcepttht
that the fort were taken 1 feel a na natural nalural asmural
mural regret bared no doubt by 11 the of
fleer that duty and onionprevented onionpreventedthe
the old Munocacy from rust giving gtd t li hor an anrltnt
lent smooth bor bores a last liltVery eMnM t ne
Very rip rBiwetXunr mlOtt ftr ftrJjM
1 B1 JjM M11 M Wise SH
Commander U 3 x XCommanding nr
IS RAGING NOW NOWConflict NOWConfllot NOWConflict
Conflict Near Panama Between BetweenGovernment BetweonGovornmont DetweonGovernment
Government Troops and Robots RobotsTUB RobolslIlE RobotsTIL
Content fUll I tontlnuutloapltuls tontlnuutloapltulsNtllcd fontlnuii lIoupKuU lIoupKuUtllleil 11011111llIel
tllleil Ullli AVoundei < 1 hud hudIaliuiuu Jlltnr JlltnrJAIIIIUII JjligIauuunt
Ialiuiuu In u Itati Had Smut StuloNew SiolaI SiolaNew SmutNew
New York JUly I6A 4ip dpsch teh h to th thHerald tillUraId the theHerald
Herald dam Panama Pu itotad lid July Jta1 Htk 111thayat Htkaajwt 14tkIIIJiIN
t tU
ayatPNgklts aajwt aajwtFlgMUaw
FlgMUaw U to now 110 going trOl ot la I the out outaklrti outIklna outskirts
skirts tt tail l ll city dtyLa ofti1Arp city1srge
La 1Arp O nunUMra u of the th revolutionary revolutionaryforce
force 10 necked oMtl tb the suburbs early Mrl this thtomomlnt thllmofIIhW thismorning
morning and ad b Nan n a vigorous YJ rou attack attackwhich checkwhkh Uaokwhich
which Is Mill 11I In rrogre pro progre0a The rifle rifleAre rtltfire rilefire
fire laahnrp U and 41 contlnuou and lid at In Interval 111t Intervals ¬
terval t rv th t the artillery artille Are I 18 heavy hMV and andMVM UtIlev andsevere
severe MVMGovernment lev severeQoverameat
Government force er rt making mall a aatronff atron aStrong
Strong tron rwtotance taDC In the Intrenched no p0eltkds noItkrn poltkw
eltkds Itkrn they have occupied for several aeveralday severalJaya ral ralda
day dayIt da JayaIt
daIt It to I calculated that M0mnhar M0mnharben JOO mea ha habet hare harebeta
ben kHUMt or wounded m > far among amongthem amongthem monethm
them being bale many well known young r rca rcadente a aIdenta aIdent
dente af f thla city cityThe cltrTb cityThe
The Tb Red Crow hospital her la I AIM AIMwith filletlth Ailedwith
with lth wounded and dying dl told ftoldlera I AH AHavallabto Allavailable J Jav
available av doctor and nd nnf n nn es a and Dd Ddte ato atotera le letens
tens te ot charity are re caring cart for them themThee tblmTh themThese
Thee Th can ar being beln < < aided by It many private privateperaona privatepence rIu rIupellOllll
peraona both Colombian and foreign foreignera lorenen
era Their aaalatance Ilance I is Invaluable and ando nd ndI
I o worthy w of highest hl < < h lt encomium encomiumThe encumlulNIThe
The help P of the ambulance corps of the theBrlttah th thItrttWt theBritish
British cruiser I Iander < e nder has 11 again A been beenrequtd beehrequ beenrequested
requested requ In caring crlD for the wounded woundedand woua4ttdnd
and nd efforts t < < or1I are re now no being beln mad to tobring tobring 0 0brlllg
bring about bu t a abort armlatlce In order orderto
to bury the dead and nd pkk kk up t the thewounded thewoonlSe e ewounded
wounded tilllin still tlll In the trenches trencheAmong trenrheAmoll8 trenchesAmong
Among th the wounded U I pen Lonada Lonadaformerly Lo Lolaadaformerly aa4 aa4formrl
formerly f fa command of the Ih govern government prnmellt n nmeat ¬
meat troop who took refuge with tll othere oth other oUtelll ¬
er elll on the tJ I cruller Leander on Saturday Satur Saturday Saturde ¬
day de H Ile returned to shore hor today to aJ and andtook aadtook andtook
took the place of a private in the ranks rankaAghtli renkanbthJ ranksfighting
fighting < < with the th bravest bravestBvery brl bravestEvery vet vetIery
Every poaalble effort ha has been mad madby madeby de deby
by th the foreign consuls here to prevent preventa pmentdtro
a disastrous conflict In the atreetl of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the city clt but they the have not been sttcceisfuL fttc fttcceiafuL IUCcelituL
ceiafuL ceiafuLGen celituLGen ceisfuLGen
Gen Herrera commandorlncbtof commander Inchief ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the revalvjtlcnlata otlfJnlt It I still tlll at t Ooroaal Ooroaalbut
but It to believed he will eons GII join hi hiforec his hlltoreca histonedr
forec now In action It he h doe ao the theattaok tbeU theattasls
attaok U Will undoubtedly b be still IU more morevUMmHr mvreUat moreand
vUMmHr and ui UM nghtiAK aht ahtoWIt more g gS n nreauti
S oWIt ihwtros reauti lIhm > m tII the city cityIanima citysePaannsmag
110 sePaannsmag
Ianima streets Itr ts are a aim almost 1 meat deeerted deeertedStray deHrtedStray desertedStray
Stray bnttet bl is are constantly dropping droppingIn
In the arnaaia and several peraOn Ie have havebeen bavwi havebeen
been wi > u atnMfc It br them themRalmMl thmnI themRailroad
Railroad nI tranV ha h1 been InterruptedThl Interrupted
This HMrnlnga n train from Colon Colonbringing CollnbrlnlrlM Colonbringing
bringing jinaa MI tiger gera for New York had hadgreat hadt hadgreat
great t utIBeulty Ity in paa paulng lna under the thebridge thebrldlfoGa thebrldgee
bridge brldlfoGa n account of the rIsk from bul bullet bulletl bullets ¬
let lets and nd shell Paaaenger had to lie lieAat II IIItat lieflat
flat on the car floor to avoid bullet bulletThe bullttTb bulletsThe
The 1artflc Steam Navigation Nvl < < Uon com cornpny company compan ¬
pany pan steamer mer Guatemala which ar arrived arrived r rrived ¬
rived tM UdIolllornllll Morning with aeveral pa patengera paM pie pieangers
angers M for K New w York and nd the French Frenchteamer Frencbtflam Frenchsteamer
steamer tflam wa unable to make a landing landingbecauae landihibecaule landingbecause
because of the firing In the neighbor neighborhood nelhOOrhood neighborhood
hood of the wharf at the old station of ofthe ottht ofthe
the Panama Pana railroad railroadToday railroadTodar1 railroadTodays
Today flshtlnc < < followed an indecisive Indeclalvebattle Indeellvebttle indecisivebattle
battle whisk whl h Unted hll tM mot of yesterday yeterdyafternoon 1t1tlrdyaftErnoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon at La Boca Hoc between betw the th reg regular rgularl regulars ¬
ular and aadbel rebels who were 1 landed from fromwarahlp tromrablpelD fromwarships
warships rablpelD ha poaelon of tb the revolutlonlta revolu revolutionist revoluUOIIIta ¬
tionist tionistThe UOIIItaThe tlonltaThe
The fighting II Uar was wa hard but both aide aidemaintained eidesmaintained Id Idmalntlned
maintained their position hut night ulghtThe u nightThe ht htTht
The rebel held several point on th thrailroad tbrailroad the therailroad
railroad their purpose being to Inter Intercept Illtercept Intercept ¬
cept the federal troop coming from fromColon fromColon rom romColon
Colon HMbrlng ISO under Oen Sar Sarrla Sarrta Sirfit
fit rlaAll
All busies place < t In Panama are arecloaed aredONd areclosed
closed IHwIalonn and other necenar necenarle
le lee of life IV are If growing cats and nel ar arhard are arehard arehard
hard to get t at t high price pricePublic pricelPublic prioesPublic
Public excitement I la Intense Many Manyfamllle Manytmlll Manyfamilies
famllle residing dlnl In unprotected beau localities localltill beauties ¬
ties have taken kln refuse In the Grand GrandCentral GrandCent1 GrandCentral
Central MM betel for safety In unease case ot an anoutbreak anoutbreakaf n noutbftak
outbreak < < trouble in the city cityAt CIOAt cats1t
At tfe the M i Jeat of th the foreign coniuls coniulsall
all 11 fui fonkftaa M > r here have placed laced their theirnational theirnUoaal theirnational
national lugs nag over their their business businesshouse bUllneuhouan businesshouse
house ant dwelling 1111 lIP The resulting resultingdisplay rultlhlelltlplr resultingdisplay
display of ollKmtlnJ owning give II th the city clt a gay gayappear IyaJlPM gayappeanaa
appear aJlPMTh appeanaa appeanaaThe no noTh
Th The government I ha h has issued a decree decreecalltnc dlC dlCcn decreecalling
calling cn to arms all Colombian cltltena cltltenabetween cltisenabetween ltIn ltInbet
between bet tbsUea tn tJae UNi ge or f Hand 18 and nd W years All Allpublic Allpublic
public onptoyes 10 not complying with withth withthe withthe
th the deer d degree Will br heavily fined flnedNo Anedo finedNo
No o AnwrlcMi war ar vessel I at Panama Panamaor
or Colas It Is Impossible to foretell foretellwhat torrtellWMt foretellwhat
what win be the outcome of the present presentAghting prentabU1f presentlighting
lighting or the end of the struggle Re ReInforenaenta ReInlor ReInforesments
Inforenaenta Inlor llldnt expected eXJllI by th the govern government loverameat governmeat ¬
meat have not v VH t arrived arrivedThe arrivedThe rrtvl4The
The gunboat nbot Boyaca to supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be still till outside of Buena Vntttra VntttraATth Vestura1Ith t tIh
ATth Ih XrniiMttlnntlo Mnorw MnorwBremen 1111011IDNIDIn ldnorsfrsaaen
Bremen July Jul 24Arrlvd UArrl Barter BarterNew BarbarotN Barberose1
otN New w York YorkPlynwuth YDtIePIoth YorkPlymeith
Plynwuth July 2 14Artved < ArHved Penn PennsylwBla lenn11da PennglvauM
sylwBla 11da from New York Detttachland DetttachlandNew lItahlan lItahlanNew
New York The Deutachtand time tlmwan tl tlwa timewas
wan I day 14 hours hou and I minute minuteHer mlnutnfli minutesIlr
Her MfiReat days 41 1 run wa w III miles on onJuly 0ItJuly onJuly
July if 11 1 This In t tb the fatet eastward eaatwardrun Inrd Inrdrun
run and la a record breaker for th thDeutaenlands tilt tiltDeutaehland theDeutsehlands
Deutaenlands maiden eastward voyage voyageDmutli vo voIIIIPJII1 voyageIlaninghig
Ilaninghig IIIIPJII1 Dmutli Kunt KuntNw ICuAtNtw IfuatNew
Nw York July tlThe Tribune Tribanesays Tribuneaye
aye saysThe ayeThe 8 8Th
The drouth which bat ha prevailed gen generally 8811erall geaerallys ¬
erally In the New England State and andIn andIn ntI ntIIn
In Xw ew York New Jersey J and lIeI Dela Delaware Delawa Deliware ¬
ware wa lllaee nct March hat bad a serious seriouseffect erloueffect rlouect
effect < < ect oa many man of th the crop the tI recent recentlocal IMlntlocal recentlocal
local showers affording little relief Ilef to totb totla tothe
tb the farmer fannerIn
In New York State the UI hop crop la laetrloMiy IIooaIy isseriotMy
etrloMiy ooaIy affected a trtC 11d and th the lleld yield will willbe willbe 11 11be
be to eta than It ha has been for or many manyyear manyyears
year 111 the fartnir a also al report a great greatshortage wreethortae groatshortage
shortage In th hay crop and nd 4carett 4carettot acarcttyof acarelty acareltyof
of food for rater through th the cum cumwantfit coming comingtinter Ing Ingwinter
winter to anticipated anticipatedIn
In middle and ni n southern uthe New England Englandthe Enlandthe
the continued lark of rain to threaten threatening thlMtenIlig threatenhag ¬
hag th the litter crop and 4 In Maaaachu MaaaachufttU Wchuflltla Massaehueelta
fttU the early rl corn crop to a failure failureInntit Illu Illullnt failurePants
Pants Motoiti Strike StrikeNew Strl1oNw StrikeNew
New York July SSMoal of the pant pantmaker palltmake pantsmakers
maker In Manhattan B0r0IlhtrueJc Borough have havestroek haveslvek
stroek for a ten hour our work dy and A Aadvance Aft AftCld anadvance
advance Cld of tn per cent oealln In wag wages There Therear TlIrI Thereare
ar I are live thousand tbo u1d panU makt m In New KewYork NwYork NewYork
York Brooklyn and Newark NW ew rk They The Thebttcrn
baton big to 0 n UhlOtlll lon whtok whleltr ari ar aftlllated aftlllatedwlili affiliatedwith
with 1111 Qte Ie United Garment ortIItW WVHera rken tke and andtb anelthe andthe
tb the latter OrcaulJaUon hlll ha Iud all Ita
Influence to prevent a strike lettering brilwlngtho 1Ie1lIIItho
tho time Inopportune Ine JlOrtun However the thepant thepantl thepinta
pant make ma of New York have ba called oalledout oalIedout calledout
out the tb men In more than 800 shop shopsThe shopThe hopeThe
The leaden of th the strike lint telegram telegramto
to the branches In Brooklyn and nd New Newark Newark Newark
ark Informing them tbmot of the th strike trlk and andreceived andeCElv04 andreceived
received replied repll saying lnl1thAt that the branch branchM
M s would be gnlded guidby by the th action of th thNew the theNew theNew
New Yorkers It I Is laid that then thenha thttrehat therehas
ha hat been a gradual Ndu1 return to th the tuk taakiylem tuk1ltelll tuksystem
system tinder which a man rouat make makea mallcertain
a certain umber tIID r of garment to entitle entitlhim entitlehim DtUIehilA
him to a day days nay pa The tanks th thman tbId the thenen
man mid Id have h e been gradually raduaU In Increajwd IncNUld Increased
creased until on one had to work a day dayand 41 41u4 dayand
and a half or two day to earn on ondayVpay ore oreday
dayVpay dayVpayMm 4 day par parlIlIe payJ1nte
Mm lIlIe Jnnnnsoliek JnnRIU hek Improving ImprovingNew
New M York July BMme Janau Janauaobek Janauol
aobek ol ek th the actress who ho was stricken strickenwith trickntrttk trlck trlckwHir
wHir paralysis a week ago 0 la Improv Improvteg Improvlteadlly Improvelag
lag steadily and will be out in two twoWMka twoIt twoweeks
weeks It la hoped She Ih I Is In her Tilt TUtCot 71atColt TiltSr
Cot of South Afrlomi Afr loan WAr AVnrLondon WArrdon WnrTstmdon
London July Jul M UThe The supplementaryettlmatea supplementary supplementaryetttlmatis u plmentarrato
etttlmatis ato necessitated n ltated by the prolongs prolongation prolonatlola ¬
tion of the war ar4South I South Africa amount amountto
to CUMOOM miking a total of CM CMMfcOOO 1MMtOOO 34 34N
MfcOOO N c00 voted for this purpose and bring brtngatbe brlqIJW bringthe
atbe IJW the total army arm estimate up to 76 76IN 7 7IN 70U 70OiAltIt
OLA OIl1It UK AM XU wi cAMPAiny 1 lOX IlTM IlTMWill llTXWill ltJNIllll
Will Not ut Bny WIt Ho Cave tim tlmHour IhonllluorntIlICICht timDnmuturmtte10igbt
nllluorntIlICICht Hour Law IJAWMew JIft JIftNw LawNew
Mew York July ttWm I Wm A Clark of otMontana ofKODtana ofMontana
Montana who wa Interviewed by a
Tribune reporter last night declined to todlacua tod1Ietlll todiscuss
discuss the report lIi Qrt that he h had contrib contribneed conlrlbuted contrlbuted
uted a large sum of money mone to the theDemocratic tb tbI theDemocratic
Democratic I > campaign fundWhat fund fundWhat fundWhat
What la your status tatu a as a repreaen repreaenUve repnUv repreanUve
Uve Uv nt the prevent time he was waaakd WI WIuked wasasked
asked akdI
I am the duly appointed senator senatorfrom aenatortroIa senatorflout
from the hate lahl of Montana The Th best bestconetitutlonal belte beetcopltitulional
conetitutlonal e III tutional lawyer In the United UnitedSta4e Unlttdltattl UnitedStates
States and nd elsewhere have pronounced pronouncedmy
my fI credential to be legal and nd binding blndID blndIDTIHIJ
caneldeered the nett netttd td tdee
They e will be considered con ldered at t the next ae aeelagj eeMat
Mat of 0 the Senate and nel I expect to take takemy tce1Itf takeapt
my apt aeatpeaking t tBiaeakln
Speaking peaking of the th eight hour system uadapted u aaAinied ud
adapted d In western copper mine Mrel Mr MrGhtrtc Mr0hWk
Ghtrtc el lc said aaldW saidWe Id IdW
We W put the eight hour day d Into ef effect eff effeet ¬
feet f on the 22nd anniversary nnlve of the or orgaafaatlon orgabhatlon lrranlaatlon
gaafaatlon of the labor union of Mon Montana KontaltL Montans ¬
tans It Is I a mistake to aaaume that thatI
I tin I jn I not a large employer of labor In InMontana 111Moll litMonlaaa
Montana Moll U I have between SKW and andhalnen and1ON
4000 miner In my employ there The Theeight TheJaour Thee
e eight gtt hour ur day affect < < tell the underground undergroundworkers undrrrounelworan undergroundrite
workers workersTh
Th eight hour schedule to also 110 In Infore IDto Inforei
forei fore to at the Tnlted Verde mine In Art ArlMM ArtThe Anseen
seen MM The men there appreciate It ItThey ItTIt h hThey
They TIt serenaded me m when the order was waagiven wuIi wasgiven
given Ii changing the hour hourWILL houreWIfI hour1ILL
WILL IiIGI HHOIN AUGUST 20 20Data 20Dato 20Dato
Dato fl nr > r Speeolmmlcliij In tho He ItelIIhllollI Itopuhitcan
3 flew < ew York July 2 26Senator Senator N R RSoott Rc RSpelt
Spelt c tt who Is I In charge har1 of the bead headquarter beadquarteno beadquarters
quarter of the Republican national nationalcommit ntlunaloommltt nationaleommlttc
commit In the Metropolitan Life Lifebuilding LitebulJdl Lifebuilding
building bulJdl has received a dispatch from fromSenator tromSenator fromSenator
Senator Hanna the chairman of the thecommittee thecom thecommittee
committee com mlt te announcing that Senator SenatorHanna SenatorH SenatorHanna
Hanna H will not be In this city before beforeFriday beforefrIdy beforeleriday
Friday Senator Hanna Senator Scott ScottJoseph SeottJHpb ScottJoseph
Joseph H Manley Cornelius N Blip Bllaand BlluJlrederlck Blipaid
and Frederick 8 GIbbs will have haeoa a aMMwweit aostitejwaattthe
ostitejwaattthe MMwweit oa the ht headquarter on Frt Frtiy TriIt
day iy It to expected ed and 11d will fll1Ic1ectel1I1OIf fll1Ic1ectel1I1OIfrranftllmt deeldf decldeuponarrangements npotr npotrarrangementa
arrangements for campaign work In the theeeatern the1fI theeastern
eastern 1fI section of the tb oftntry Mr MrManley MrKanley MrManley
Manley Is I expected to arrive from fromMaine fromMaine fromMaine
Maine today toda Mr Scott who la to have havecharge havecbaq havecbarge
charge of the arrangement for speak speaker pekera ¬
er era in the campaign says saysSvery IA IArr saysvery
Svery very rr mal brings application from fromorator tromorato fromorators
orator who want to take tbe itump
for McKinley cKlnlt and Roosevelt I think thinknearly thInknlarly thinknearly
nearly all the Republican orator or ton of the thenational thentlonal thenational
national Republican committee will be beheard beheard beheard
heard In thl this section of the country countrbttere
before the end of the campaign I have havetalked havetltced havetalked
talked with Secretary Root and nd Secre Secretary Selretal Berretart ¬
tart tal I Long ing who are re extremely busy bu Just Justnow Jutnow justnow
now and 1 hope to get some speeches speechesfrom IpeechtllbotIt speechesfras
from them later The plans for speeches
have not been made yet et and nd the speak ipeahIng lpealt111I speaklag
lag probably will not begin before Au Auge AuTonk
ge 20 20Tatk 0 0Took
Took Tight 1 Out of Strikers StrikersVancouver StrlkerllVDCOunr StrikesVancouver
Vancouver B C July J6The 26 The trouMe trou troubto trouble
bto at t Steveaton with the striking Ash Asherraen flabIll fishermen
erraen la Ill practically settled ttled The presence pretaCIt pres presence ¬
ence of the militia ha hu taken tak all 11 th thflghfwit thIIII the theMdjVout
flghfwit IIII t out of th the striker strikersjUonellt strikerIndianapolis trlkenC1JolloJit
C1JolloJit Hulhllut HulldiugAasoolatlone HulldiugAasoolatloneIndianapolis t oolatlonll oolatlonlllIId1anl
Indianapolis lIId1anl QlI Ind July 26The Ant Antaaeaton arstaoa firstrsaion
aaeaton aoa of the convention of the United UnitedState UnitedItaQII UnitedState
State League of Building and Loan IAUaooIUon as assedatlon a aeolation
eolation was held here today too Many Manymen Kar
men prominent In building and loan AI AIfgtre A Atldn atfaire
faire In different part of the country countryare
are In attendance One of the promi prominent promlneftt prsaalt ¬
neat figures Is I Carroll D Wright Unit United Ullit11II UnitW ¬
ed State commissioner of labor who whowilt 11110wtn whowif
wilt address addr the league tomoi tomorrow row The TheAnt TheftNt Thefirst
Ant alon Ion wa largely taken up by byaddreaee byadclltllel byaddresses
addresses dealing with building ao alsoclatlons aoctatloni MOcUon
ctatloni and nd their benefit benefitWith benefitsIth nellta nelltaWith
With Ith Tinimntlnntlo humor LlnorgNew UncISNeW humorNew
New York July Jul 20Arrived Arrlvd Anlv ilajea ilajeatic M Mtic
tic from Liverpool Liverpoolainagow 11 LiverpoolGlasgow vEr1 > OOL OOLGlupw
Glasgow July Jul tt 20Arrived Arrived Astoria
New Ne YorkHaaburg York YorkHamburg YorkUaaburrLul
Hamburg UaaburrLul July MvArrived rrted Deuteoh Deuteohland DeutechTOrt Deutchland
land New York York1tohbed York YorkHoliboil TOrtHohbOll1l
Holiboil n tare I Aro Hank HankTruckee HalikTrack flankTruckee
Truckee Cal July Jul UA faro bank bankIn
In the rear r of AI Rlcharoaona Rlcb8f Oll saloon
ha has been robbed bv two t a masked men menwhe men00tred menwhe
whe covered Ave h player with revolver revolverami revolvenMCI1Od revolveslid
lid secured about 1760 750 After Att warn lIIa
hm tale men that the th Ant one to move movewouM moveGUN movewould
GUN be ahoi the robber mad their theirOKLIifLOII thlr1It9 theirfaIIF
Three AVoinon Klllml H Ono 1ntnlly Intoll Intollh
livliircd h llIrflll nndOtliurd Hurt HurtChicago HurtCakqo hurtChicago
Chicago July 28hortly before noon noontoday DOOMtCMlar noontoday
today an n explosion e IOllon occurred In th thchemical the thecIIlcal UseliI
chemical liI mial department of the Wtndeor WtndeorCelluloid WbldaorOelll1olC1 lteladeotCelluloid
Celluloid Collar t Co on th till fourth Boor Boorof GooroflII
of oflII 1ft Dearborn street Betting Are to
the building buldln and Ind resulting relultq in the death deathof t
of 0 three tr women the fatal Injury Inj of an another another
other lt and al4 minor IIfr Injuries to five o other otherftf etherpersona
persona ftf a Th The prop prpr property y loss lO to eetjni eetjnial ttmale o l lat
at a AOOO partially pUlly Insured InsuredDeadt InUr InsuredDade e
Dade > Mrs Ira n Ellen Iln McUttgbUn MdAlnl Two Twounknown Tirotaattraown
unknown UM girls glrtoInjured Irla IrlaI girlsInjured
Injured I Grace Or Peterson Petel totally fatifytaailIng
Viola 10 JUtter Itr Unknown man m tl out by
Twoounknowwn ot
ailing tll glass Two unknown unknown1t woteq woteqnt women
1t nt t by railing tl glass gkuaItnlhvnj glasslhaetroue
1 lhaetroue 16trl Itnlhvnj Vreok WreokS 1t VreokSt reokSt
St S Lpvl Lll July Jly UA A apeclal II1 to the
Poet Dlapatch from Benton t
P Dtcb f Hag lUtsaya Hagnays
nays sayaJl t r
Jl t11d solid 11d vestibule veltble passenger Pnje tram trahasoitbbound tramaeuthbound tra
aeuthbound ItbullS on the Chicago l blc1 and nd Masters lte Id stern
Illinois nu railway was wrecked wlkec near nar her herat h hat henat
at U oclock oCJoll t h tufty < ty Otto Oto Kelnal Nelal Nelalw wag wsgwas wagwaa
was w killed Imo and twentyrive trftv other otherH pas paeBa paseaters
Ba H eaters eN were Injured InjuredNo Inured Inuredo
No o lout 0011 Ktniidnnl StRlldnrt Ticket TlokotTadUinaiMila Tokot Tokotta4QI Ticketladlanapoile
TadUinaiMila ta4QI Ind July JI11 nI 11If If the tbetmater ti thenatter
tmater laul to I left f to th th the national n ton committee committeeof oOt oOtof
of t tne 1 e Democrats D1rt which meet mt mtU br
Utto U afternoon attnon there th will wl be no noe reld gjstandard reldunoai
standard unoai e ticket tcle In I the field While Whit Ou OueotHNilUeeoftnnotMtttoth thecn
eotHNilUeeoftnnotMtttoth cn atlon atlonnettle KI nettle tl the queU qlp q n t it itriconuaedtion I Ir ILt Lt Ltremm
r remm riconuaedtion n eILMCfPo nme7a n on O will wil have have great pl at weight lbt li
One Story of Massacre Untrue the Other OtherMay Other1ay OtherMay
May be Foreign Legatioria LegatioriaSafe LcgatioI LegatioiiSafe
Safe July 21 21Possibility 21Possibiiy 21Possibility
Possibility Possibiiy of Legnlioners Legofoners Being Alive AJie Admitted A lted in London LondonNew LondonNewof News Newsof
of Chinese Defending the Legations Icgalons legationsTrouble Trouble on the Yang YangTse YungTsc 1aagTsc
Tsc River RiverRussins Russias Claims in China Feared Pen red as lS a 1 Cause of oiDelay ofDelay ofDelay
Delay and lnd Trouble TroubleEuropcan European Press Displeased Dsplcnsed With Wih Prest PrestAlcKinleys PrestMcKinleys PrestMcKinleys
AlcKinleys McKinleys Efforts Eforts in Favor of Peace PeaceUriish PeaceBritish British Criticism CriticismGen Critcsl
Gen Chaffee Chafee in il Japan
Washington ulnlo July Jul MThe AT state Ia de department 4 department ¬
partment prmlft has received rIve a cbl cblfl cablegram cablegramfrom
from fl Consul Coul McWade McWat at Canton Cntoa saying aaylngthat sayingthat
that tt viceroy Tak gives IV aaauranoe UrD that thatall tt ttal thatall
all al foreign Crln envoys avo at t PeUn Pen were w wand alive aHreand aliveand
and well on July J W St 21BRITISH StBRITISH 1
London Lndon July Jul MThe le ton tOb of o the Da Daropeao J pasroppeu
ropeao r i press p with wih regard to the te teAP ma maaaje masease
ease dated July Jul 4 received rlved here hr from fromthe fm fmtb fromthe
the tb British BrJlb minister at t Pekln Pkn Sir fllrClaude Ir IrCIu SirClaude
Claude CIu McDonald McDJd continua CUnu pnaalmlatlo pnaalmlatloand mlltlo mlltlond
and nd toe t endless endl aitd a and extraordinary extlrlnary auc aucceaalon succession l
cession clon of Chinese Chi djavatchea 4 tch purport purportIng prr
Ing to describe dearlb the l altuatlon ltuaUo at 1ekln 1eklnonly Pekinonly eklnonlv
only nee < to t bewilder bewilderHowever bwlldr bwlldrHowr bewilderHowever
However the tie earlier rller unquestioning unqueatlonlagbelief unqueUO
belief ble that tha a maaaacre mu tookxplace tplace has haato b hasto
to t come Ime extent Itn been bn shakes and aa It to tonow J isnow
now admitted a4mlttd despite the heavy lav load loadof 10d 10df loadtot
of f evidence vlde supporting the report rpor of ofthe ottb ofthe
the tb maaaacre Ire that aa A Sir tlr Claude Cia Mae MaeiJunalda Ma MacIwnalds
iJunalda lJnalda letter lttr diapoaed dlp of the first ttrattory frt frtIto firststory
tory Ito alleging ltr that the tb crime crh occurred occurredJune Gurr occurredJune
June M ao 1 Minister Congas Cor dispatch dlapatcaAnd dlaatch dispatchand
And 4 other stories to rertq reporting tin legs legatlona Ie Ietoa legsthose
those toa safe f July Jul 10 U 1 and d 18 II fir r some aomeground 1m 1mfou someground
ground fou for assuming aaaumlng aul th the poaalblllty poaalbllltythat IbWt IbWttht
that tht the t second Ihd report rJOrll wen W also a tugfounded un unfounded I IOUfc1H ¬
Another version Vrslon of the story a wblch whichreached wblchracbed wblchreached
reached racbed Oen U I commanding eOmadln the th Pet PetTan P PetTan
Tan Tn forts fo by bya runner rnnr from Pakln Pln who whobrought whobrought bo bobrouht
brought to him yesterday th the report rt of ofanarchy otanrcb ofanarchy
anarchy anrcb In th ti the Chinese Cbn capital which whichGen wblchon whichGas
Gen on U communicated cmnunlt to the tb British BrltlahMloer Dlta Britisht81eer
Mloer ttea11 commanding at 1 Tone T Kq saps sapsthe n nthe
the British legation was being bom bombarded bo bobrded bombarded ¬
trttlah 1latoD b
barded when wi the t meaaengar m r rlt Mt P Pk Pekin PekinJuly kln klnJuly
July Jul M Prince Chlng Chin thin report says aayawaa MYwu sayswas
was aaalatlng Pine the minister mlnltelll11 and rep hla blpl blplc pal palace Ialas
ace c was Ultn protected proteed by ten thousand thuad Cbl Chlneae Cbln cblneon ¬
neon n troopa troopaPrince tr troopaPrince
Prince Pince Chang according anlq tothle to tbll re report re1ort rePort
port conaldered rnlld oomldered himself abt able to 0 cope copewith cop copewith
with Ith the situation altuatlonAccording situationAccording Itltlon ItltloncnUn
According cnUn to a dispatch from trm Che Poo Pooreceived J Fcoreceived
received rlvl here today toa Admiral Seymour Seymourha 8mour 8mourh
ha h started for the th TangTe TUTlle river to toarrange t toarrange
arrange ar for the te protection rottlon of the t he local localporta lo loalport
port prtl which are re threatened with at attack a attack ¬
tack tackThe tackThe
tckTe The Te Austrian Autrl warships hlp Xrb KalaerlnElisabeth Kalaerln KalaerlnRllaabeth
Elisabeth China EIIbth < In and ad Aapern opern have sailed tle for lorChina forIn forChina
There Th la aomefear aome feu In London Lndon that tht th thRuaalan th the theRussian
Russian Ulen claim clnl to control of th tl the rail railway rl rlwa railway ¬
way wa from Taku Tkl to Pekln llln will 11111 delay del theproposed the thepronoaed t
proposed advance of the th alllea al to t Pekin Pe Pekln Pek ¬
kin prl k It la thought that the claim cm la laIn I IID isIs
In perauanc rauac Ihourt of ofRunlal Ruaalaa alleged le matedprinciple mated fludprinciple lu
principle prlpl to prevent any n power pWr but blt her heraelf b herself
self It from f penetrating ntrte to t Pekln Plhl In a auf aufflclent a sufAclent
flclent Iclnt force to t be effective effective etr tve and nd to pro procur p procure
cur c for t herself blf sole le occupation ICUptlO either eitheraa eU eUI
aa I conqueror Ourr or peacemaker peacemakerANORY pcfaktr pcfaktrANGRY peactnakerANGRY
Special Spl1 dispatches dlptch received reived here b to today tody today ¬
day from Berlin Blrln contrast ctlt the rejrilea rAI re la of ofPrwldent otI ofPresident
President I ldent McKinley 1clnltY and nd the 0 German Germanralnlater ar Ivan Ivanminister
minister of foreign affair all Count Cont Von Vonliuelow YonBuelow VonBuelow
Buelow to the Chine Chn emperors empro ap appeal appeal p ppl ¬
peal pl from fr the standpoint ldplnt obtaining olttaD at atBerlin atDenim t tBrtin
Berlin Brtin that the tb object obJet of o all 1 Chinese Chlneaeaaaurancea ClneM ClneMUurncel Chineseassurances
aaaurancea Uurncel la i to gain nine for to military militarypreparation nUIA militarypreparations
preparation Jtlon and nel rn undermine undrmt UM t unity unityof
of the power pwen The Morning Poet PoetBerlin Ptl PtlBrlin Pats PatsBerlin
Berlin Brlin oorreapondent orpdent aiMTt Irll that tht the theattitude theattitude
attitude llude of the United State govern government government um umment ¬
ment la regarded rrde4 a as a derided dtided triumph triumphfor trumph trumphfor
for Chinese hlne diplomacy while whie th the Dally DallyNew Daly DalyNew Daily DailyNew
New says the attitude atttude of the Wash Waahtngton WuhInlon Washington
tngton Inlon authority authorllll III I regarded rtlardtd In Ber Berlin Br BrIn krlln ¬
lin In aa a a regrettable reftable error Irrur Similarly Similarlythe Simlarl Simlarlthe
the London Lndon morning papers regret that I
the U President PI4telt ef o UM U United UI1 State llt hm hi1
taken a a line lb t that can 0 hardly brl fall to m mcoura euco < 1
coura Cf ot co rage the tb Chine to further trthe dup dupThe du duthe dUj
otT the T Pall P1 Mall MI Gasette OuUe says aayiSurely lY lYurly saysSurely
Surely urly thl this I Is not the time for I > a
table tbl talk about abut affair aln and nd aettlemen Itlemen
President Plelet McKinley IIKlnley ha ha has merely KU KUceeded IU IUceded euceeded
conveying eyln the Impreaalon I ran j
Pekln that thlt the United Unte States will wi enter ent r
halfheartedly hltheael Into a campaign cam an of r rprisals i iprtMl Ipall
prtMl pall HI ills exuberant uubrant courtesy ourly m h I IDot y
not however have much bad resin renuiaa reulInersl resinas
aa general must noon 101 take the condu conduit condutot t tof
of affair < < alrs out of political pltcl tae hands handaGKN hndGEN handsGEN
Washington Wlhinon July 25 26Acutant 26Adjutant Adjutant G 0eral Grl n nerel
eral rl Curbin received rl ivl a cable cble dlnpai dllpa1 n 1
today toay from rum Gen Gln Chaffee Chaff Cb announce announci g
his arrival on the transport Grant t
Nagasaki Nlalkl He cable eblel trenprt all al well el ell A AIIr As HO c n na aat
a at the Grant G nt I b coaled coled an she will protc protcat procei J dat
at t once OIC to TakuGen Taku TakuGen Tlku TlkuGen
Gen Chaffee on hla hi arrival rllhJ reeelr recehJ d
the cable dispatch dlptb announcing Ghlouclnl his a ap p
plntment polntment point men t a an a major mjr general of vol ¬
unteer unteerNOTHING unltlll unltlllNOHING unleereNOTHING t
Washington WUhlqon July JThe 25The itu It sturo to < o
department dtprtment has ha received rtcivtd a cable cble di dipatch dis dispatch d dPtch
patch from frm Conaul Conul General Goodno Gnn Goodnoubut
but blt It li I Mated ttt that tht It I contain nothing
to o clear cler up I the eltuatlon at Pekln if If AIOw
Ooodnow Oow Ow says that LI Hung Chang 1 will willremain ill illremain illremID
remain In Shanghai 8h hh1 for the prevent on 111 111wi and andwill I Iwill
will wi conduct hi hll negotiation DoUaton from that thircity thatcity thtdty
city There The I II an n Intimation Intima lon that E < > d t
LI Li It detained at the request rUlt of the theelgn f felgn felln
elgn official olclal although alhoulb this tb wa a not notatated no + o ostated >
stated by b Acting Att Secretary lCltal Hill 11 No in information If Information I Itormton
formation tormton has been n received reeived from th IhClnes thn thnChinese > i iChlnete
Chinese Clnes legation or Chine Chlne governm lovmmr lovmmrIe < > t tla r rle
la response pn to President McKinki t areply treply
HcKnl HcKnlrepl
reply repl to the emperor emperorNo
No answer anller has yet pt been bea rece recflrom receh > 1
from the second cnd dispatch dlpalch sent IDt to M Mlater Mltr 11lster
later ltr Conger COer through Minister Ilnler Wu tut tutU tutItl uutit
U Itl la stated Ital that when 1118 a reply rpl Is ti I h recelved r rcelved ht1e
celved t1e It will wi probably pb bI wt t at t rest t al aldoubts I ul uldoubt a adoult
doubt doult a u to it IU authenticity authenticityNO
London Lon July Jul JThe 26The M Th British BrUh premi prH prHnd r rand rand
and nd minister of foreign affair lalr Lot L Lori LoriSalisbury < 1 1Saltabury Jllr
Salisbury llr today notfed notified the U S nn nnbaaaftdor Al aubassaador
b baaaftdor here Mr 1r JOB Joe H Choate tli tliIt thI tluit tluitIt
It I was impossible Impulble to accept accpt the evldeif n nao 1 eso
ao 1 far submitted bmltte by the Chine Chinetranamltted Chlnl Chinesetnnsmftted n ntranmlte
tranamltted tranmlte by the I S regarding regardingaafety rlrdln 0 0W tiatety
aafety W of o the foreign lorm ministers mlnltlr at t Pelin Pelinand Jk Pekinand j r
and that tht until unUltbelr their safety was 111 fully fullyubllahed tly t ttablabed ca catablfahed <
ubllahed tablabed the British Bth government wou woul woulb woutbe 1 1be
be b unable to dlacua dllcll any n question qUftQI of ofmediation tt ttmedlUcn ofmedlatlcn
mediation medlUcn or kindred kndre matter matterLAST matei mateiL mattersLAST
Washington Wubblon July Jil 25The 23 The ma m8 mmnee mmneefrom ai aifrom I
from Minister Conger which came u < > r rthe rthe rthe
the wire wre from Captain Thomas tlit thsmorning tlitmorning tl
morning was w the first nft communion communlcalHIof n nof i iof
of unquestionable authenticity autbnUcty w uhi hl1 hl1ha hi i thas ihaa
has ha been bn rnelved from frm the American Amerlcaiminuter AmerlI1mlnller Americanminister
minister mlnller at Pekln since his urgent Ulent m mpeal nlpal I Ip1
peal p1 for help of June ttth It I enta entallabca estnllobe t tlbe
lobe lbe clearly the th fact that the tb Anvil Anvilcan AmIIcn Atnrrbcan
can minister mlller and probably the other k kgatloner I Iatlon c cgatlonera >
gatlonera atlon were tre alive on July 4 thu though thoughIn h hIn
In aor 1 sore straits trall Therefore Tbeltore It I complex lomrlelllyad completelysod ly lyand
and ad Anally tl disposes dllp of the drat story Itorltht 9 9that sthat
that were wer published publlahe from Shanghai f tthe ft fthe
the manure of June 27 27It 2 27It
t ln
It I II true tMI that IhA U I dm dOI does > not In tt Iltlf itself elf n nj njatt mualive > f fatrve
alive att the subsequent lubulnt report Iprt of tl tlmaaaacre I timassacre
maaaacre on July S two day later lter thn than thanthe i itbe Itl
the tl day of the dispatch dlpth but the official officialhere ntllclalohero 111 111hel
here hel feel that there la quite U mu < h hreon tlrn hreason
reason rn to believe bllne that the second I rep rIt rItwa rt rtwas t twa
wa false tal a as In I the case cal of th the Ant lrat re report rlrt report ¬
port rt now nw shown to have bae been bn errone erroneou emDeoU erroneoils
ou oU oils
Shanghai Tuesday Tdy July S4Two S4Twothousand 24Twothousand 4Twotbouend
thousand tbouend American Amricn troupe have arrive arrivedat arln arlnt 1 1at
at t Taku Tau R as a well 11111 a as eight trnetrrte trni Irnllrta < t orti AH AHlth nIl1ll 1 1with
1ll with lth Brttmb rtl h troop trop Bnh Ih delnrhmems delnrhmemsare dtIIIhmeng dtIIIhmengarl
are deficient In artillery artlpry A cubic clib shear shearer ate
er has b startd tarti tartI > d to lay a cable abl from frm RelHal Wei WeiHal WelHal
Hal Wei to the Che he Fi Far > und Ind Taku
> u
Latter Later Get Away With Wih 200 Welsh Fusikcrs FusileersBadenPowell BadenPowell Re Reports R Rports Reports
ports Beating Dentng a l Thousand Boers With Wih Less Le Than Thal Half falf Their TheirNumber TheirNumbcrGravcs TheirNumberGraves
Number NumbcrGravcs Graves of British Dritsh Soldiers
London LndoD July u M 11 1242 p raTt mT war waroffice Wr Wro waroffice
office o ha has received rvt the following foUoW dto dtopatch dopatch 1
patch Ptch from tr Lord L Robert RobertsVandermerwg RobertVandermerwe R
Vandermerwe Vude Station ItoD July Jla KWe KWeroad MWemade We Wemc
road mc a geaetrt general advance vuce yesterday r from fromthe fm fmUt fromthe
the Ut position w we nave been b holding h1II eat eaatof et etof eatof
of Pretoria Unoe June JUD It Ian Hamil Bnton Hamilton ¬
Pretor I
ton from tom th t the north orth reached eW Rwtfon Rwtfonteln R Rteln
teln seven mile nll north ao ot o Broekliurst BroekliurstSpruit Bunt BuntIprult Br skhurt skhurtIpruit
Spruit on 0 July Jul 22 Thl fla 1 a o completely oompletelyunrounded completelysurrounded tl tlurrounc
surrounded urrounc the enemys ele line ln of e > retreat retreatthat rt rttht retaeatthat
that they tl abandoned abdone the strong It positionthey position positionthey IU a athey
they had been b occupying olprlq In front ft of ofPnleCarrw o ofIMIeCarew
PnleCarrw I ltCrfw Stephenson l henlb brigade Ide ad advanced advaaced eI eIfC ¬
vanced fC yesterday yttey unopposed fOPOed to Blends BlendsHirer 11eI 11eIr Elsndaiher
Hirer r station talon Our Ort right was protected protectedby pte
by I th the first flrl and ael fourth tourb brigade brlcel of ofcavalry otlry ofcavalry
cavalry lry under und French J and nd Button Buttonmounted Bata BataIted Tlnttoslnounled
mounted Ited infantry Intatr Th The former crossed crossedat C crowdasst
at I of WII Wllsee WI = ee river riverTelegraph rl rlltpl riverhlevaph
Telegraph ltpl and lId railway rlwy ooanrannlca ooanrannlcaUon Onaa
Uon tn were we restored rttor leaf l night nightIn nh
MID In the supply lppl train ln captured at atRoodeval atBIA atItooderal
Roodeval BIA were 300 W J Welsh 1 ruattoen h fast most mostf
o of f whom wl had keen la prisoner prisonerDewets p1 prleoomsDewete
Dewets D fore t to oentlmtlM ctl oeaUs to move movenorthntterly noveMortheteterly le leIMely
Mortheteterly IMely It was at Haefepoort HaefepoortJuly poort poortJuly
July Jul St I with wi Bretdwoed n not t fltt p be behind behind ¬
B40 R
kh hll hind lowing and al Broadwocd Droc Lletlee UtU Ltl cavalry l brlfade W 2e1lowing Wlowing
BadenPowell BdtnPowll reports as a fellowsMagato fallows fallowsMagato tolll tolll1to
Magato Farm July Jul p 3Cola Arey Areyand Areyand 1 1nd
and nd 1to Lushlncum Luhlntln with wih 450 men me dro dr drove
1000 10 Boer II from rln a very ver strong trl position positionand pltt plttand pa Illotr Illotrand
and acattvid acUtro them thfm with wltl consfderabl consfderablloss Cdbl CdbllOl considenbhIon
loss lOl Our cufualtle rluult were six 1 killed Ile and I II
wounded woundedIt
1 12 wounde
It is I not lear < whether the th suppy suppytrain upi 1 > y ytrain
train and 200 2 fuslleer ruIHI mentioned mentoned In tti ttiabove the tlJ8abov theabove
above abov dispatch dilth are Identical with wih tM tMtrain thO thOtrain thetrain
train and one on hundred hun Cameron CmErn high highlanders blh blhlane highlarders
landers the capture IRrtlre of which wllh was re reported rlprP reman
ported by b Lord Ir Lordf Roberta Rlber RobertaThe In hla bl com communication c ¬
man munication prP munleton d tiyn tiynLord of f July Jul tt ttThe I I IRoberta
The following 101lne dispatch dllt from Lord LordRoberts Lrt LordRoberts
Roberts Rolrl ha h has been hD received hi at t the tb war waroffice waroffice ar aroC
officeBronkhurst oC Bronkhurst Brnkhurllt Sprint prul Tuesday TUIIy July July24W July24We
14 24W 24We W > marched marrht here her today 1 This Ti is isthe I Illl isthe
the Mare where he hlf > r the ninetyfourth flnelfourh w WI was wasattacked ne neattacked
attacked lll Ua < kf l Dee ec M ISM td The graves 1 d dratnonoond f fthe tthe
the officer Omlf and will men ar In fair innrgood preaer preaervatlon prer prerUon or ordcr
vatlon ratnonoond Uon and nd will now be b put Pla In good < o or order lrdN ¬
der The march wa unopposed ullopPd but bitFrenchs butFrfOnrh butFrenchs
Frenchs cavalry cvalry and nd Muttons Huton mounted mountedInfantry mount mountInantr mountedinfantry
Infantry making mkln a wr8e wle detour on our ourright ourrllt ourright
right Inantr met bodies of the enemy m Theewere Then Thenwere ThE ThEwrr
were rllt driven bl back leaving Itvl several lvr deedand deed dedend dla1and
and wounded A good many ma were wer aU aUcaptured al alascaptured
captured rptuNc Our 0 casualties cuU 0 were e killed klltodone II killedone
oneBroadweed Oe OeBd Broadweed Bd report I that tt he h captaredlive captured capturedfly eta
fly live ot Dawet wjigon wjigonw4UC today Be w was waswUa
Av DW w to
Urn b w4UC 0 it I Vreiielen rl roll < Mt d Little LtU LtUb joined JobwdUrn

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