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I THE DESERET EVEN EVEN1IIUTII EVENING NEWS NEWSlIWTII
1IIUTII AND NU MIIKHTY MIIKHTYTHURSDAY 1IIUmTYir
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1 ir Yllnsr YEAU A T THURSDAY lnUI sI JULY I 20 2 1900 SALT AL r LAKE OJTY UTAH Ur fI XTJMMKR N Nuiiuiia 1CR21 213
WASHINCTON ON NOW NOWSUSPECTS NOWSUSPECTS
SUSPECTS CHINA CHINARecent
Recent Action ActiOflL001S Looks Like Intended War WarVu WarWTu I
Vu V 11 Promises Another Message MessageFrom MessageFroln MessageFrom
From Conger C nger
tfcNolwith HNot1IhlanJIf1 Nctwlth Nctwlthl1tI1g
on JUSt Jul
ffsrington W hn <
lanJIf1 l1tI1g J I tgII I I uf t Mtwttr th thi itate de lieJtmnl teIrttflt
of ofnl ofr oftU
Jtmnl h1 j nothing nnthl thl monrtna
tu hlnlt the Chl ChtflSl a8UtIoIl a8UtIoIlTue luatlo luatlolbf
r < t
lbf Tue l lVc nl r d edict t > promulpted ye yerik yes yesVi II IIr
I y Vi dtJY Tall it t Canton hu huIitt 3I 3Itt
Y
r II table abl lmpre Implon lon here hereit hreIIt
Iitt tt a
IIt it hinese hlnc e minister1 view to tontM tot tontrrY
t ntM thl th edict II looked upon uponpuvy UllOnu
puvy like a preliminary to tOlaiuflOfl a aurutlon AIarullon
u uI < I t
urutlon of war and n4 only one on onI ne net
I t II 111 necuring url time to move movef
I rik f p < into a better ponltlon ponltlont 1IO4IttoflguIflat I IMn
Mn t agulnst t the th International Internationalnti
Th 1 < nti flttI < that came to the elate tat d dthat dIrln drtnit
Irln rtnit 1 that Korea Is I free f from th thiMKiutin the tht
11 iMKiutin t I a adatifl lalll > n was wa ai well received receh for It Ithat ItI
I > hat Rusla will thu b bt be befable birt
fable rt t tl > Himre many mn inor flO troop troophnr troo troorvlO troopsTofl
rvlO hnr Hibiiian army for use In tt the thenm thent thenrmit
nm nt nrmit m1 i fm t With It the navy de dent dertiflt e erlmnr
rlmnr nt int Iflt nt over a copy of a dIspatch dtonatehid dltpatchfrm
I id frm Admiral R Heme my making makingihani makinglir
lir t ihani hJn I f In the marine body bodyl
> 1 er r Wu ul all > cam down and nd akd akdnaif ukedhalt ukidtatr
halt an hour with Acting Secretary Secretaryhut ecretsi y yput
I
H hut h hi < > declared ho had nothing nothingn
r m n hnme thnuith thl > uh he wa confldsnt of ofrtant or1rlant ofrtaflt
1rlant rtant devtiopment In th thi Imme Immeutun ImmeluIur Iminefutur
utun The Th ChineSe tnlnliter tnlnliteriu IlIlnlter1Hj
1Hj 1 iu u SHrvtary l retnry Hill hi contln contlni
J i i 4 I that the mInIsters In Pekln Peklne PekinIthi
t e MII till naff 411 and said he believed he hel hehii
hii 1 l able aLI bII to t deliver < to tk the depart departm
t t m T1aif aire from Minister Conger Congerit CoagerthtulI
thit thtulI it < Mll make that hope certain certainMI
1 MI 1 < eiariment had no Infor InforL
L r if my kind from It Its otflcers In Intr4 InLr
tr4 Lr 14 A Allll1l tlnK Secretary Ittary Hill said the then
I 1r n 1Tlnller inlti > r hail received no corn comfrom corovt
11 vt t at ion Ofl from rIm lhln hln hina and Jld had no in intrdin Iiifrrd Inf
frrd f trdin ln to t impart and the th confer conferuuh oonferI
uuh I th tht minister wa was Imply an anhang anha n nI
I < hang ha < of courtesies courtesiesAULItS courteIA1IltS courtepIciAIAJES
AULItS ARE DISACHUOKINO DISACHUOKINOT
T tnl nt n1n n r July 26While 2CWhllethlltt th the itiet tet Im Imivl 1mdrhed tntI
ivl I n derived from tbe array of eon eontvegramn COlit eontegramp
t rilC < tvegramn from tbe far Most Mostut itaittt wthl
ut tt it I portion of the Ih foreign colony colonyt colon colont
t ivkm kln may ma have f escaped a slaughter slaughterrecent Iaupterft
ft > recent rent date the Ih general concen concenrj
rj uf r the th btit Informed opinion of otItfma ofiT
3 iT r p emi to continue to favor the theof theevtance theof
evtance of the wont new ne and andji a4WtIflfl nd ndI
ji I ipt t art cllon Inn thereon the contention OoflteftIoiftbat
I 11 IK tint th only possibility of de
fr > aitvrtslnlni th the trvth I ii by the thehinii lhehlHj thecommandr
hinii commsiideni inquiring at Pakln P5cmIrni
Ju Juflnt i lnr fnmi the news new from Tln Thitr rll rllT t1l1mlllllnr
< T r recording divisions among aJJlOrI aJJlOrIAmlrall niofliiIraIa
Mmimii iiIraIa there the prospect PIOe llt for a Atrjnr atL
tL < J > 4lnnf trjnr perm m to be 1 ndaager ELdztgerdptflly 1 JJgered d di
Ins i v the irovfrnments wmment pdlly ajr ajrn agree grev
v n A mpremc leader
LI LIIS IS AFRAID AFRAIDT APRAXDTgramp
T Tgramp > grami from Shanghai report that
i L Hung itu ihung has hlllakn taken up hU bl abode
a h inensl an a a measure of precau
I IJr v it Ills 1 i not mated whether h he feared
Jt tak k t b bV > Chinese hne t ur attempts of the
I IIrt > irs r to curtail hli hI liberties Appar A pr
I < > the foreign consul at Shanghai
i v e nUimd
the viceroy that un
NahI1nnlte htaii i < I l finite dispatches from
> Hliin IvH ttv 0111 lays they tb would con
< 0 th h he minmtHH mlnllt had been murdered murderedM
f al1 jln I IHE
M Hi MISBliXAKIBB I l t UE HUKDBItBD HUKDBItBDI UJtDEIU D Di
i I r are ar re r returrent urrent that a number
miw Ifll flI8narj nariM American
or EnglIsh
t l
1 > I boon ° n muriiered mur1 r o1ln in Shan 81 i One 0sI of
I > iiiatchM hl from Shanghai Iba hal pub
i Ioto iv tdn titly >
layi ay The Canadian
r I d j OIrl rrlj 1 h wPed iiype from Ho Nan an
trrt TItI
11 Y Je il TI wrlwce en route routei
oath everywhere v nn h r were weret
bI rfl i > Th
The he v
t h beat T rabble attacked the U th refa refaH fu
q H Ih thji h < rn and nd to tore the clothe clotheANTfN
r nks The rh ladl ladies suffered
CrH tn 11 lrnltt s
ANTfN FFAR8 sJoPARI ATTACK ATTACKt ATTACifltiflua4
t t iinmt JI
l aldl
t Iy continued Canton r rM reo
f
I 110 OIJfiltilply quiet The II na
a h M 1 Ill iHHnnlng bt to fear feark fearwnu
Jjrknl h gt k t lnI > fm wnu nte arriving rrlvln at
g ln InTI1 trt t III
r 1M attack the Ikigue Ikiguer
r I iv he th rity < The military militarylA
In ha ikood kd
lA the colonial were Her
4 1 HI B
rtkn nK for r aaaurance that
HIIt Ui Jws not notnM
1 > intend 10 take takeANIrfloop
nM ANIrfloop I > r r TROOPS
t LAND LANDT ND
T K um na 11 tb 101101 r VhLd Ived hw hre today IV from
al
hat the Japanese
y r will all III b l landed n > at Taku by
f j T t In J 1 ill reach Tien Trtn Au Auif Aug
1
iIlAuf g Rur ot < if New >
oMi11 otj w wvf AI alee
I t 1 palch vf > lchJLBllltrjr a mill military tar con
Jln I h Imperial Im ftlal
k troop In InJul inDlr
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n Jul July > UThe The
alnt Its U nary naY d de
mrnlng mrnln received the tot
tlu K lu
KLYTTCKY THIAI THIAIK TIUUIhitilll TIIIAI1Llbejj1g
Ihitilll K Hir 7rlonoo JVhlonco Iwol
llne llnld < l nil
tK Contempt ContemptJuly
I r f J Jy > July JCWalter JCWalterrest Walter Walterattorney
h I n LXlnrton attorney ttorn Who ho
3 h i arrut rest of Caleb Powora Pow
1 Ir r I Islington 1 llnlton wa w was the
I p 1101 In n the Ih Powers trial trialinu
I < IInd Davis 11
k 5 wr dl dii
inu tn n linN and wr 11 both bothArter
il
11I I Ijnllll 1ntlfied thm to Ute
j After a forcible arr arrest Nt t ti tto
j 3 n hn i to JII aii wh whllre re the thetea
I tea kt t him b by > Governor OO frnor Tay
> iI I money monl were r found ° und In
1 iuiy Put Sheriff
Frank Franko FrankltJgtofl
I
M XIIIlon l ° n also jQ
> testified
o a aOov u urJLItpd
1
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I nHlJlpd PAPI1I by Oov Oovv
v t rr h1 a IHIPlled el by the d dt di
t was then exhibited to toy torteailpd
K V > n > kaI
recalled lId told of a ai
I I h PlIler > ° wers
i after the tb
I i I ar art
l dr d lI lWPrp > r referrn rerlrrlnr
TL to the tbeu
MM 101
I u a 11 L f kn kno know < J lhl this look a awaking
I I WI w wet
If a waking
I our ourTi
II I I 1 hlr the li Pardon WOIIIcI
lfldzed
Ti I AtrteyQneral 1 tI > rlltyOtnt ° iMrtti > ral Dvw Dvwwa It
111 J rRllOnef t to a ellbP uubpo fha
J UIn U hIt I
vI hf If brlurhl With Withitim Jllm the
r Rtate
1J 1 militia wa was al next ntMuryv
A
I t IIIUfTh Muryv had
r the f over ov tnlc iith t I
1 fluSter roll IUI Weno ad
t IaI
I rJJtJt1O norl HarrI 11 nntabl
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IL I ho Ih lIal aIlH U 1llflfd
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to e IhootlN IturrPtt Urrl hI h
el be wt Ibrutlv tll lIlldlrUf lin unI en 11
door
the dr of if the
h
lowing cablegram oable m frdm Admiral AdmiralTaku AdlraItem AdntIralItemey
Item Itemey ItemeyTakia
ItemTkll Taku July Jul M 4 Cb too J Jul July lf lfBureau 11 11Bureu IIBureau
Bureau Navigation W WMeade WUbiItOflCOL WUbiItOflCOL1esde l ItOIICoL ItOIICoLIeade
Meade condemned to Marolland Iisr liisnd hoe hoepltal Itopital ho hopllal
pllal rheumatism rhumatilnt MaJ si Wailer sue sueceeds sueceedi uo uoceed
ceeds command first raglment My Myobtainable Irobtlnabl Myobtainable
obtainable Information clear elf marine marineof mrlnof martitelof
of any an Imputation burning houses hou or orlooting orlooUn orlooting
looting looUn Tien Tsln TslnCOL TlnCOI Tim TimCOld
COld MEADE ILLTh ILLTh ILL SLItThe
Th fact that Col Meade who wa u In Incommand Inoomll1al1d Incommand
command of the lh marine at t Taku has hasbeen hi hibeen hasbeen
been Invalided home on account of ofrheumatism otrheumaUIII ofrheumatIsm
rheumatism has created no u surprise surpriseamong surpriseamong urprl urprlamon
among amon hi hll comrade of tb tbs navy who whoknow whokllow whoknow
know nun best Vhll While a man of In Indomitable Indomltable indoinltable ¬
domitable will Col Meades vitality vitalityhas
has been below par and It haa been an analmost Inalmoat analmost
almost constant struggle for him to toperform toIettorm tolertorm
perform his hi duties duU Col Mud ha habeen hal halbeen hasbeen
been the ranking marine ottieer at tn tnCsvlte tbClVlte the theCivite
Csvlte naval station since Inc Its II estaU estaUHshment tIItabJIbrnent etihIahment
Hshment Ills JII departure from Taku Takuwill Takuwill rakuwill
will leave UUt Col Coolidge of the theNinth theNinth theNinth
Ninth Infantry In command of the thoAmerican tbomertean theAmerican
American land force The Th litters lattericommand laUereommAld litterscommand
command however will be only onl tern ternporary tmoran ternlorsrY
oran a as the arrival of the Grant with withOen wllhOn withGin
Gin Chaff ee within the th next few fe days dayswill dayswill dayswill
will place the general In supreme prem com command contmind ¬
mind
MOU15 MARINES MARINESMaj IAJUNEIIlaJ
Maj Walter Aller who ho I now the ranking rankingmarine ranlllngmarine rankingmarine
marine oitlcer also 180 will give way to toMaj toIaJ toMu
Maj Mu > Diddle who ha ims with lth him him on the theGrant theOrnt theOrant
Grant two companies of the Fourth bat battallon bttallon battalion
tallon of marina The acquisition of ofthe oflhll otthe
the 225 marines will bring the force of ofmarine ofInrlntl ofmarine
marine close up to TW TWOwing 710Olnto 7OOwIngto
Owing Olnto to the largely rgI Increased fore foreof toreeof
of marine and the relnfnroement relnfnroementwhich relnfnlmenlliwhich reinfnNetnefltiwhich
which are a on the th way y from the United UnitedStates UnUtdStltet UnitedStates
States rol C ol William 8 Muse Muwho who Is Isnow Isno isnow
now no stationed at t the Mare Island navy navyyard navyyard navyyard
yard San sn Francisco may be assigned assignedto
to command them themNAVY thmNA themNAV
NAVY NA VX DRlAKTMJSNT DlCJtART INT PLEASED PLEASEDThe
The navy hit department U very much muchgratified muchfratlfltd muchgratified
gratified to hear from Rear Admiral AdmiralHomey Alttnlr1Remey AdimmiralRemey
Remey a denial of the Imputatloln Im utatloln that thatAmerican UlatAmerican thatAmerican
American marine participated In any anyway anyway ny nywa
way wa In the burning and looting of lien TienTsln TlenTln lienTilt
Tilt after Ita costure by b the allie allieHowever alilel1I0wever aUleahowever
However this ha bal been understood to tobe tobe tobe
be the fact from the first 1I11ItlOttE firstMOItE nrstMORB
MORB CHINESE RIOTS
London July Jul K 26A A dlnpatob from frommissionary rommSlon fromnilislongry
missionary mSlon sources daUn Shanghai
July 2ttli say Rlotlnff n 1I111 hal h broken brokenout brokenout
out at Ai Yuen Fu the capital c lt1 of the theprovince tb tbprovillc theprovince
province of Ilia II SL There Th are no de detail deIUI tietails ¬
tail Rioting has ba also occurred at t
Hual Lob mmtli UI of Chi U 4 All the therolsalona Uatmllllona themiiiiona
rolsalona have been dv destrOyed irbyed Our
friend afly tl escaped to the country couat
but are stilt In n dancer dancerIt
It t Ia reported art > cJ here that Russia his
borrowed nearly ten millions sterling
from the Imperial bank of Kuula since
the commencement of the troubles In
China ChinaCOMAIISSION1BR ChinaCO ChinaCOMl5SSiONlDt
COMAIISSION1BR CO I n8SI0NOIt ROCKHILL STAUTS STAUTSWashington STAllTSWalhlnton STAItTSWashington
Washington July Jul 1 16SIIfCI1 Special Commissioner Commilloner Com CornmissIoner ¬
missioner Rockhlll Will 11 leave Washing hlnr ¬
ton Saturday with Mrs Ilocfehlll for foran
San an Pranulfco stopping toppln a day or two twoat twoat twoMt
at Chicago en n route Thkt will enable
him to reach San Francisco Franct rsncseo In time to
take the Japanese liner Maru which whichalls whichsells hlch1A1i
alls 1A1i for Yokohama and Nagasaki on
August S If Secretary Hay returns to
Washington tomorrow morning a IUI II Isexpected IIUPIted Iiexpected
expected Mr Ir Rockhlll will have hu f a final finalconference nnaloonfttence flitalconference
conference with him before befo leaving for
China It will not be necessary for him
to again see I President McKlnley II
he already ha has the fullest Instructions
from th the President PresidentMr
Mr Rockblll today appeared to be
llevt that hi bla task ha baa been made more
dllUcult dt by b th the development of the
peat day or two jmrtlcularly th the drift
tog In of China Into a regularly estab ¬
lished state of war ar with the power powerHB iowersI1l lOwenilK
HB PEELS DUniOtTS DUniOtTSHe DUmanII
He II t ii chary about accepting Acoel lnfir without
full confirmation of any advice ai a
to the Ih situation at Pekln that palll pa nan I
I through the hand of the notorious
Viceroy I < ro at t Shan Tung Yuan Shlh Kal Kalwho l 1aIWho < al alwho
who II well known kno n to him Yuan wa wal I
the Chinese government representa ¬
tive In Korea In the period Just priced ¬
lag the ChlneMJapaneee < war and d It
II said that h he wa the one on olHclal di ¬
rectly ttoetl responsible for or that war ar
The Th Chinese Chi minIster at London Lo
Funz Iun Lo 1 II understood to be one 011 of
the most Intimate of LI Hung Chang ChallelptCullar I
peculiar China circle He wa was per ¬
sonally attached to the great Pt vlreroya vlNI I
household a u was 1 110 l o Mr Ir Vuthe utheltH utheltHerlt pre preent IWeitt
ent itt mlnlater to Washington and It ItAUulMd I is
aaaumed that th the ascendancy of LI I
Hung Chang In the Chine council at
this time will 11I man lh the fr fra mnlAv nJ
mint of these two t 0 agents l i In the ui effort rrt
to reestablish amicable mlcab relation be ¬
tweet the Chine government and nd th thpower thpo the
power poweranteroom po poanteroom powersantemom
anteroom to the executive executl ottlce was wascloud
doted but witness wltn pushed It open At ¬
ter this he encountered several eral men
who throat pl pistol toll In his hi face He told
them he was an officer but they kept
pointing their pistols In his face and
made no reply Harrod said that just
a as he h entered the main door a short i
man slammed Ilimed th the door of the secretary I
of slates olilce and dashed down the lh
kteps te l to the baem basement mt
Wltne did not know YoutH at the tb
time During the crow cro examination
exCongmwnan Owens of the th defense
repeated a question at different Inter ¬
all several time Judge Cantrlll or ¬
tiered the cl clerk rk to enter a fine fin of
against Mr fr Owen for contempt for
repeating the question after objection
bad been b n sustained sustainedTHK IlIItlnedTIIl sustainedThu
THK noiWS PMM PMMHad IlImIInll lIlHunit
Had n Hot IlRlit P PiglitWifli ht With tIm llrilUli llrilUliDrlvn ntltlh ntltlhUrlm lirItishlrltn I
Drlvn Hunter Hack HackLondon Hliok1olldol1 lbukLondon
London July KLord Robert re
port ports to the war office under date f le of
BaUmoral July K as 1 follow
We w marched h here r yesterday elltlhla without
tlng < the enemy pmf The Don on July Jul
H 4 engaged li d Trench tthbch and Hutton six IK
mile south of Ualamoral While An
4 drons > ron mounted Infantry attacked the
aoers lioe i right French Fren made mad a turning tuml
movement around their left Seeing
their retreat threaten the Doers Iloerto
broke And ned Jteneb and hutton
foilwed and proposed > ropO to cross 011
Phariti river today at Naauwpeert flrt
0uJ Our aasuaUle aJUea wore we s en sne wounded
flce lAIn S 1tobtrt rfl reports rts to the war rf <
that
General 1 Archibald hunters
command wa tu u heavily engaged July Jul li liand JtInct 4 4md
and July M JIln In the hills south of Beth Bethlehem IJ4IthIhem huhIehem ¬
lehem The Boer were strongly In Intrenched Inlren intrnrhed ¬
trenched lren hed and nd fought stubbornly stubbornlythroughout stubbornlythFOU5hOUt tubbornlylhtCIUlhout
throughout the Slth and compelled th thBritish the thlIIrltlh theBritIsh
British to retire from some of their theirpositions thtlr11OIUon theirpositionu
positions with about fifty MI caualtl caualtlAt caiwtltiiiAt >
At last account hen Hunter had hadworked hadworked hidworked
worked around Into Bramlwsur hula bMlnIn I Itn
In th the rear of the Boers While hlle tilt OtnHector nenlIeclor tilthlictor
Hector MacDonald and den Bruce BruceHamilton nrucelIamlltun DrUCIHamilton
Hamilton were blocking block III outlet on the thefront thefront hefront
front of the federal who had h 4 evacuated evacuatedtheir ecUItSdtheir
their position at Wltneck WltneckIonimylvnnln WltnecklollllInllln WltneckIotllmNylvnlIn
Ionimylvnnln Mlnoru rd Oil Hlrlko HlrlkoScranton Ririko RirikoScranton Hi rko rkoSernton
Scranton Pa July Jul 31The runner runnernd runritra runritrand runnersand
and nd driven at t the Delaware 1 t18Wtead ad Hudson UudlOR Hud hadson
son mine here struck today tocl for In Increased Inwa inoreed ¬
creased wage wa Four min minis her and andthree andthree andthree
three at Ollphant are re now ldl Idla In alt IIIUOO
4000 men and boy are employed at the themine theIIIln themine
mine
IIIlnIHWIC
DKIIWSIC IHWIC SI KICHTH n cm ITS CASK CASKHvldonuc omJhllolluc O t411 t411IhIdolluc
Hvldonuc In tlitt ilmoJeitor JcMor r Jliirdor CHSO CHSOCrmllblllty CUROCrlIhlllt CosoCreIlhIlIiy
Crmllblllty of WltiiOMON WltiiOMONSt itiioatosSt
St Louis July Jul MA A special p Jl8C clal to the thePeat UIII thePot
Peat I OIIt Dispatch from New Xe London Mo Moay MoThe Mosay
ay ayThe
The defense detn In I th the trial Qt Alexander AlexanderJester AlexandtrJter
Jester charged with th the murder of ofGilbert ofGilbert ofGilbert
Gilbert Uatea today tocl put on the stand standa tandIt
a number of wltneoae wlta to Impeach Impe h the thetestimony thetetUlllon thetestImony
testimony of Wm t Shrewsbury who whotestified whotlltlJled whotestified
testified that h he aw th the murdered murderedmans murderedman murderedmans
mans body In dfndant wagon near nearHulen lIearlIulen
Stolen IAn UneOmar IAnOmar lAneOinai
Omar Webb ebb a druggist ru tat of Juper
Mo 10 was th the first wltu wltuJJo wltllDo witness witnesslo
JJo you ou know W V I Ibrebulalked trwbury hrewsburyasked trwburyasked
asked Attorney Chum Jst Jesters fs chief chiefcounsel chlltoounl chiefcounsel
counsel counselYe counselYes
Ye sir sirWhat lr lrWhat 11What
What U hi his reputation for truth and andmorality andmorality nd ndmorallt
morality moralltIt
It Is I bad replied the witness wltn
On crossexamination Webb admitted admittedthat admittedthat admittedthat
that he Webb put up prescriptions prescriptionswithout prelkrlptlonlwithout prescriptionswithout
without bring a registered pharmacist
The next witness was W S Ward He Heresided Herelded Heresided
resided on a farm near Jasper J rand and was wasacquainted WIaCfualnled wasacquainted
acquainted with Shrewsbury lie lei t tUlled testilled leilifted
lifted that hi his reputation for truth and andmorality andtnoraJlty andmorality
morality was not vary ver good HI liii testi testimony 1lIUnony testiInony ¬
mony was unshaken un lkn on croMexamina croMexamination ¬
tion by b Forrest ForrestAt
At this point the defense asked the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court for the privilege of reading a aportion alOrtloo aPOrtion
portion of testimony of A M O Gates tes be before before before
fore the justice of the peace at t Paris
Mo > on May I 29 1871 There nI wo 11 was no noobjection noobjecllon noobjection
objection and Mr Ir CM CUllen lien read the por portion POItlon portion ¬
tion which related to A M Dates find findIng IIndIng finding
Ing a portion of hi his son sons trunk at t Jes Jesters Je Jetr Sesters ¬
ters hom In Kansas KansasSome In InSome KansasSeine
Some of th the witnesses for the BllteltWore State Statettwore State0re
ttwore 0re they the saw Jester burn this trunk trunken
en route to Kansas Xan on hi his return from
Indiana
I The defense also Iao read from this long longago lonrAlrO iongago
ago testimony of C Mr 4r Oatea Gate where he hewore hepore heSwore
wore that he wrote for Gilbert to sell
his 111 team and com home and not to tolet tolet
let any 11 one on know he h had the mt mIlM mIlMIr money moneysir > n y
Mr Ir Forrest asked ked the court for the theprtvgo thePrl theprivgttr
prtvgo Prl privgttr ln heading ading the whole testi testimony teUmony testimony ¬
mony of Mr Gates Oat and It was granted grantedThe grantedThe nLnledTbe
The last witness wltne for th the d defense fnae was wasDr 11111Dr wasDr
Dr C H Grave of Center Mo who whogave whosave ho horav
gave expert testimony on floating ques question qUIIlion queslion ¬
lion The question wu put to the tbephysician theIbylelan thephysician
physician by b Attorney Allison Sup Suppose SuplOIe Supose
pose ose a person die or Is I killed on Jan January Janur January ¬
uary ur 16 rrlOn 5 1171 when there I It IS Inches Inchesof Incheof
of snow on the Ih ground and It remains remainsuntil remlnsuntil remainsuntil
until February lit of that year then thengoes thenBOM thengoes
goes off with rain which causes th thcreek thcreek the thecreek
creek to rise 11 and nd the Ice to go out with withthe withthe
the water would ou1d that body boy float liot under undersuch undersuch
such su l conditions conditionsi c oinulitloniYThis dIUo dIUoni Uner Unersu
i This ni utlM tUtt WH 05 obit d to by lh ih4 thq
Stat Jt tat But btlt3Vourt 4fa court oe ev ves1ld r 4j < 4 ohj
Uoq Yo and a the t wftiiaft wbT mtUM tlU dthat IIt ihat n I
body would WQul1 not no float lot under uht such Ileh tern ternperature ter ternpriture
perature Jture a as decomposition dem ton could culd not notv nothave
have v Mt In InOn IIIOn inOn
On cro eroexmlnUon croeaexaminstlon examlnatlon Dr tr Graves Gre said saidthat Bld Bldthat saidthat
that at some o < n bodies blt would float 0t In one
day It depended dJ4hde on the gate caused cu d
Iae
by decomposition deompolton When the lost ques question qUsalIon IU ¬
lIon 101 was wa asked Abd and answered answere by Dr DrGraves DrOr DrGraven
Graves Or Attorney Attorn Allison 1In stated that thatthe tha thatthe
the defense rested r It iA Its CMS CMSThe CIN CINTe ctseThe
The Te State Immediately Immtelltlel put on testi testimony leel teetinmony ¬
mony In rebuttal rebutal to prove pro that W K KShrewsburys IShrewlurY1 gShrewsburys
Shrewsburys ShrewlurY1 reputation re utaton WR WI good The Thefirst ThtIl1It Thefirst
first Il1It witness wltn wa was al Park Crutrher CMtohr g of Van an
Iluren Ark Ark where b Shrewsbury IblV re reBide r rsIde reaides
ur
Bide He swore w that tt BhnwiburyH BhnwiburyHreputation Shruwiburysreputation
reputation replltato at home wa w god godOn godCt
On O Ct crossexamination croeamlnUon the 1 witness wl nel ad admitted admlte admitted ¬
mitted mlte that he had received reived SUO 1O from fromdetectives fr frosndetectives
detectives detetvel for which to get witnesses witnessesto wlnt
to testify ttfy to Shrewsburys good reputa reputation reputation puta putaton ¬
tion tionFrank ton n
Frank Warren Waren Van n Borer Ark tee teetilled t ttle 1wtitled
tilled tle that he knew Shrewsbury and hi hireputation bil hireputation
reputation rputatlon wa good ro He HI had heard bea hi hireputation h his hisreputation
reputation Shrewsbury ShrewsburyH fffltlUon discussed dtlllu and ad he believed believedShrewsbury bel believedShrewibury e
H S Fltshugh alw s of Van an lurell lurellAr Reran ReranArk ur n nArk
Ark Ar who I is State senator swore 10 that
lie knew Shrewsbury lhreWbur and that tht his hi rep reputation reputatlon reputation ¬
utation was good go H I lie wa was u associated associatedwith alted altedIh aeeoc4atedwith
with Ih Shrwbury ShrwMur In a brewery breweryOot breerOot
Oot n New Olmlrinnn OlmlrinnnIndianapolis OhnlrmnllIndlanpolla OlinirmonIndlanapoiii
Indianapolis Ind July SCAt th thbluln the thebluln theblusiness
bluln blusiness meeting neeln of the th national com committee commlte cornmitten ¬
mitten mlte of gold Ild Democrat DmoU today tOa Chas ChaTracey Ch ChT ChasTracey
Tracey T e of New York wa elected Jt chair chairman chir chirman chairman ¬
man to succeed ueC George Oerle Foster Peabody PsAbodyof PaboY PaboYof
of New Ne York who resigned on account accountof unt untof
of III l health halh It I wa 11 was decided dllde to eatab
llsh headquarters htadqualer In Indianapolis IndianapolisTbe
The new ne chairman wa al authorized uthorlH to toflll totl tofill
flll tl the vacany vcan on the executive extule commit committee omml ¬
tee caused by the resignation IIInal10n of W R
Haldeman of Louisville Loulale and also all th thvacancy the theVaII thevacancy
vacancy VaII on th the national nlon1 committee committeecaused commlt commltcaUled committeecaused
caused by the resignation rlgnlon of Louis Lull H It
Enrich Ehrch of Colorado ColoradoAfter Colono ColonoAfler Cob 0 0After
After a brief and anaunlmportant an unimportant session sessionthl sessionthis Io
this tlll forenoon th the committee cmitte adjourned adjournedsubject adjurne adjournedsubject
subject ubJet to the tle call cll of th th the chairman chairan
Tho Colombian Coolllnn War WarColon WnlColon g gColon
Colon July M 2 A special ell1 train left lef
her yesterday et rta evening llng with wih reinforce reinforcements reinforcenienta Infone Infonement ¬
ments ment under Osn Serrano hr no This Thl addi addition adililion ¬
lion lon to the government forces fOnN iwomlws iwomlwsresult proml promlreulU lrolnlseeresults
result reulU for the civil cvi war warAn warAn warAn
An ambulance ambulan corn crl corps from the lh British Britishcruiser Thltlsherulser
nrttsh nrttshcl
cruiser cl r Leander Landr I is assisting ftlng to t the ut utmost utmOt utmost ¬
most mOt In the care car of the th wounded In
woundt
Tuesdays Tuea haiti bttl The Th killed kill and wound wounded
ed number nllmlr over oer 100 1 00 The Te rebel rblo18 loss wonl WM WA
terrific tefc The hospital llopltal are at full and nd 8me 8meof someof some someof
of the wounded are being brought to
Colon ColonKingston Clon ClonKlnglon ColonKingston bing
Kingston Jamaica Jlmlc July M Idvlct tAdvices Advice
from frm Colon announce that after a des dl ¬
perate prle battle bltJe Tuesday Tueay July Jul 14 1 the got goveminent goterurnent
eminent erlnent troops trpturl turn turned d and fled le to t Pana Panarna Pna Pnama Panama g
ma throwing thrwing away aw their thelrrlnl rifles The Thegovernor Te Tegornor Thegovernor
governor general Loutada Lzda has ha sought
refuge rfug Leander LeanderKingston LMnder1Irtob LeanderKingston on board br th the British UrU h cruiser crlfr IUh I
Kingston Jamaica JImlc July Jil K HA 2A A private
tol tlenun telegram gram from Camnana Campn today says
that rebel tht i be city et wa WI tlle tiils till morning attacked atacked t IT by
Col Hobo Ho to < io 0 oto to Chfnn ChfnnWashington OIln OIlnWUhrgton CfsnnWasimLnton
Washington WUhrgton July Jul JfcOoL J6 lCOoLch Chw Ch F
Rob oi Haulensnt Il1enant of th the S Rvsimteeiith v otwmh in ¬
fantry tanU who t luld1 ucceed il to the command
of o the th Ninth Infantry tntnt on o the Nmmlnt death of
Col Llcum L while whie gallantly aJft Madlng 1Ith dlng hi his o
forces tOI at t lien n Ten Ti ha laa has b be beto ordered
to proceed P tn once to China Chin for to tn the Otr iwr
lb If
po p pose of asMtnlng ANmlnt command emmn et f hi his real ¬
meat Int Col Robe Rob I II now 10W at Manila
awaiting transportation trlportUO to Taku Takutho PakuSast l anla
SI Sast tho 1 tim President PresidentCAntou Itrciidolt ItrciidoltCAlton PrcsldcntCailton
CAntou CAlton Onto Ohi July 16Seotejary > Seortjary of
Stt S Stitailay t Hay reached tcbl Canton Cnton J6etar at UU a
m I today and wa u driven Ilrlln at once 11 to
tolul an
the lb MeKlntoy McKinley lcK n home bOI where he hl onc at en onse e
began M a denforence nCne with wlh the tl th Presld Preldtnl Preslcint onc nt
H le He took tok lunch Iunt with w4h the President Irulent at
ItMl tMgton It4lA Ito and at st 1K 1 3 tok took a train forWasb rorWnb
KING WILL RUN RUNFOR RUNFOR RONFOR
FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSDefinite CONGRESSDefnie
Definite Defnie Announcement Will Wi Shor Shorlybc ShofIy Shorly
lybc Iy be Made by t the th hi Judge JudgeWILL JudgoWILL JudgeWitili
WILL OUTLINE JIS Ills lOSrrJ POSITION
I
Tim fhl roiiurcitiilan OllrUlln TJiiUnJso Rdalo fnll luliil Hint HintHie Ihlt IhltIhe 1liitthe
the NluU Nets Ve ra tied Ild llUijliotrd Ilolld Him Himat 111 111aa
at a Matcd by the H IlrI IlrIThl Herald HeraldThat r lcl lclThat
That particular prtOdar part t o 0 ot the political politicalky polltll polltkslsky
sky ky I which wilc cover CVI tap U tj aiplratlon lraUonl and andhope an4hOI andhopes
hope hOI of o candidate c4cl cafldIdLeI1Pr tor Congress t Ciiigreas rt on the theDemocratic theDmotl theDemocratic
Democratic Dmotl ticket uct to I itlll tll somewhat ob obouretl obeu obsoured
soured eu br b the clouds c ot Of uncertainty utrtlnty Alt AltparUtM Al MIpSttjis
parUtM pt ooncerneil onCemalN an are aniilously nloul await awaiting aaltIng awaitIng ¬
ing the promised mlH atateoent tent of Judge JudgeXlkg JudlXI JudgeXIiI
XIiI XI wherein herln th tt the exact x t position olon of ofthat ottht gfthat
that tht gentleman gUman I Is l lQ r bo stt tt 1 forth rela relative rla rlatv relalive ¬
live tv to the t role rol h wcpMts to play to tothe k kmthe
Pt
the th State Itat conv convention t It Is I the safest safestkind afetkind t tk
kind k of a political JltJai fuea uess hat at the Ju judge judgewill ud f e ewill
will wi be b renomlnated renoml te and It I II believed believedthat b1Ieed b1Ieedtht believedthat
that tht he h will wi within wlbln the tld next lt few daynotify dYInoUt day daysnotify
notify noUt hi his party Jrt tY of ofWe his I wllllngn llnn In Inthis Intlll Inthis
this tlll direction dlrclon though thOh ha h Is I known to 0
have oenatorlal ntorlal ambitions ambitionsOn MmbUo MmbUoOn ambltionOn
On Saturday tura last UM News e ewi quoted
U quotet
the lb JIe Judge a la saying 11 that tht he refused refi to toeither 10lltb toeither
either lltb amrm alm or II deny dtn the Correctness torllnt1 of ofa
a statement lalInt published PUblled by Y the tho Herald Heraldthat Jlrald Jlraldthlt Heraldthat
that thlt morning Inlnl to the effect that be b was WI WIIn
In the congressional CDrrllol1 rac rc On 01 Sunday 8undamornll
mornll morning the Herald contained cntlned the fol ¬
cle lowing lowlnl paragraph ra ph ob 0 theNews arti article art articie ¬
Judge Jt King WM eoraoewlmt slwhat vexed vexedover vexedover
vexe
over OVt an article uttletf thaf apneared aae In an anevening 1mvenllg 0
evening venllg paper pper Without Wi bout fccordlnff Iccordln him himthl himthe
th thl the courtesy ollrly of trending i reporter Iprer to tosee
see him hm this contemporary contcprl called cltd him himUP himup himup
UP over 0 the telephone telt e apd then thtn mitt misquoted mittquoted t ¬
quoted quoe what wt he had paid d with wih the theev evi ¬
dent intention of mwrraaslnR him
With Wih ith reference renc emrlnj to thlfc th paragraph
Judge Jud Kin Kine said on Monday oMa that agru a agrant agrace
grant InJuetlce luetc had ha been bn done the
News In that the Herild 1 ld had not notquoted notIluo1 notlUolid
quoted Iluo1 Kim flm correctly orrt Ifc I did not tall tallthe tUthe
the Herald or any an of It I Its employe that tt t
this paper palr ha 1 hu not accofded C ded mlloyl him the thecourtesy tb tbcourl thecourtesy
courtesy courl of vending ndln a reporter to se see
him m nor that th t It I had rfrtr misquoted mlluotP him H
me Fri ract rt u I toe theJUt tuage rreeir trls admit that
the New did dl him the
UI tie courlfY courtesy of ofasking ofasking
asking king U I he did di not ntelfe destte to make mik a a astatement astatement
statement Iatent regarding his h Bullion Itlon and andthat afldthat nd ndIhat
that It wa u done not no to o embarraa eblrt him
but to get authoritative allthorltltlve Information lormatD on ona 0 0S
a subject lubJlt that many peons wanted
petn wl
He H also a stated that he declined lne to be l
Interviewed Inltleed upon Uln the subject luJett subjeetat at that thattime tht thttme thattime
time tme For Pr several Ivr1 day d past pt Coagrea Coagreaman Co Cogresman
man Klntr KS ha h contemplated contempl the t lasu lasuance luuane issuance
iaR ance ane of a statement that will wi answer answerall answerall nwer nweral
all al nutria q concerning concernln his l cvngtelalonal cvngtelalonalcartaioaey ong1rottaleaflUldis
cartaioaey lla8 In 11 Uur t Upaicukr an panlcukr > Acu junal r m lf haw hawmuch hisen
en much rfsrinm f wth th law lw buT buTthat bust
l hecever that lht lie l It ha I not yt t bu hail
time U le 1E MMe IU ItPOLINO HT HTPOL1TICAI 1 1It J
POL1TICAI IOlNTllltH IOlNTllltHIt ONTUUH ONTUUHI
It I wit was 8 learned 1ar tmsay IC toda that 0war tar Van
Colt Is II A prcwpectlvo ptpU candld candli candidate t on the the1emnocratio
Democratic nemrUc ticket Icket for State superin ¬ I
tendent ff of f public blc instruction instructionMnbonri Itructon Itructonabnrl tnstructiomiMithonri luprn
Mnbonri abnrl Sj Spener lIenoer > no r of Taylomvllle TAloll will wl
be a candklatB cnktebtor candkiatebefore before the Democratic Democraticcounty DtOtc DtOtccount Democraticcounty
county count conventIon cnYnUon for repree reprntllve representatIve nt tlv to
the L gtelature L LeglelatureJudge gtelatureJudge Jture JtureJUdge
Judge John JohnW W Burton Burto law ly partner partnerof
ptr ptrof
of CotiKreuwfian cfgr8fan King I II Is talked talke of a as a acandidate aclnlda acandidate
candidate clnlda for t county attorney atl on the thetnosratlc
Democratic ntl tnosratlc nt1 ticket ticketTin tcket tcketTI ticketThe
Tin TI M Matment t tment ment that Barlow Brlow Ferguson Ferpa
Is I a 1 osindtdate mal for a judgeship JudglWp nomina nomination lomln nominatioit ¬
tion hi I incorrect Jcret Mr r Ferguson FrgD t is br b ¬
Ing pocked p by b his friend for fo the office officeof ol1ce ol1ceof olficof
of dIstrict dirt attorney attorneyCommltteeman Atornty AtorntyNi attorneyaMoasl
Ni aMoasl 1 Committeeman Commiteman D C Dun Dl
bar ba is I beta I being urged urge by Chairman Chal Jones Jonesto Jon Jonto
to aU attand the t1 notification nolflctlon meeting at In
dlanauoll dlalJl1 on August AUIU Sth th methll Mr r Duttbar
Is I un4 Unl Undded M d yet et whether he M will wl go goNettherSummlt g goNttherSunmmit I
NettherSummlt Neterulml nor Toeek TO county cot cotII I Iexpectad is isexpected
expected II e to present rnt the name uf a acandidate acndiate acandidate
candidate cndiate at the th coming Republican pbllan o
judicial Judlcal convention nventon Salt Lake LS county cunt
It I InaUen InaUenI Inatlen InatlenIt is I believed blv will 1 secure wu all Al of o th tM nom 10m
It I seem M r reasonably onably certain crt that
Lieutennt Lieutenant Qlbtw Olbb will wil carry Cr < 5 T the theshrievalty theshrlevalty
shrievalty 8hra1r nomination nomlnatnn In the th Kopubll Kopubllcan Jtubl
can n county convention
ount cnvlntun thovgh lhgh ex e
Sheriff Handy lan Is credited rtUed with 1th being belllgrd beingready
ready rd to lock Jk horns hon for the same me place placeHon plleHO placeHon
Hon HO 1 1 C Thorvson Thollon of Cache who whoanttolBatan whoanlJIfL whoantlelpmataa
anttolBatan anlJIfL making a try tr for the Ut nom nomination nomtnUtot nouninatlsu ¬
ination tnUtot of secretary lrttlr of State on 01 the
Democratic DoUc ticket Uck t In the early erl days 4aJ of ofSeptember o
September Stlllelr i i ii a frequent visitor lllr to the thecapital thecpial thecapital
capital cpial of late lateChairman lateCbalnn lateChairman
Chairman Cbalnn Moyle Iorll of the State Demo Demooratl Imo Imooml Demooratle
oratl oml oormnlttee onlUeol drove dro down from hi hisummer hiemmer his hissummer
summer emmer ojournlng foSurnlng place plao amid the thepeak lhepeka thepeaka
peak peka of o Wasatch atch at nrlghton nrlBlton today todayarriving todayarriving a aarrllng
arriving la Salt lake shortly af after tt tar noon
looking lolnl like lke a typical lplOI froatieroman fIUe ROn
The ThlwpubJcan lUpubllran judgeship Judghp nominees nomineeswill lomlne lomlnewil nomineeswill
I will wil b b be ohooen en from frm these tb gentlemen ctnUemeaventured gentlemenventured t
ventured fnture a public pUblc oltloial today C W WMoww W0N
Moww 0N J P 1 Goodwin Gowin T D Uwio IAw M
L Ritchie la and C F Loofbourow LttH and
D H I Winger with lh chances chauO In th the or ¬
der nam lam lamI named namedIt d dIt
It I wa WU stated Blate today toe on the U th authority nutbrtty
of a friend rl0n of Parley I It > Chrittu Ciuletsusenthat h n nthat l
that the Ifttter latr had definitely defnleY ooneluded ooneludedto
to withdraw wlh from the district dllrlo lul attorney attorneyatilp at altmseyship
ship lp contest ont This art ac it t he I Mid will
wi
leave D C ISlchnor mchnor and Barlow Jrw 14 Per p pRU Firguson PerKUWW
KUWW RU the principal JlrlnctJI aKplrnl aHplrant for t the tb
honor honorA hnor hnorA
A couple cw pie of joke perpetrating friend friendof friendsof
o Jk Prpetratnl frdl frdlof
of T P Thomas Jr last Iat night wired
alht I
froiq froll from Salt Slt Lake to Denver Jnvr where Mr r
Themes now is I asking Ikll him itn If I he b would wouldcoHMnt wuld wuldcoIMnt wouldconsent
consent tn run for Sheriff fhtrlt on O the tb Demo Democratic Dlo Democritic ¬
critic ticket this fall fal Bach lcb telegram teltcramwas tt rm rmws
was ws couched ogbed In earnest earMt language ngJ but butno bt butn
no 1 n replies Ilel had been ben received rfe6 up to a
late lte hour this lhl afternoon afternoonDeputy sfternoonDeputy fternon fternonDput
Deputy Dput Clerk Clrk Blair iatr of o the county countyclerks CUlltJ CUlltJclerk countyclerks
clerks ofllce once who contemplated Iontpmplt booow b
lag a 1 candidate cndldaleo for th < ulQeo um now held
by hla hl chief Mr Punbar Dunbr but who wh will willKO wi willgo
KO g on a mission mllol Instead Intur will wi not Dt be b aWe aWeto
to leave k until unti after the tho rtr IIrt first t of th the New N
Year Mr r Blair Utlr I I is opec IVpIIIIr spetial lal master m h the theAuerbach tb theAuerbach
Auerbach Auerbch estate tllf nh h hh < h will wi not at b be set t ¬
tied t for for several months yet yetGrand yetGrand t tOrand
Grand Forks Nmth Nllh Jrth Dakota Dkota HoraM 1 liesaldThe
The announcement anDun mnt i k < made that ti Use O F PGoodwin FGn FGoodwin
Goodwin Gn in I a prominent Republican Republicancandidate R IepUbikNcandidate puWt
candidate cndlda for the > tlu flt tIC e of district dlerl judge judgein
Jlg
in hi bl his dlftrict In ftih 1tll h Mr Ooodwln OoWn I Ian I is
an 0 old North orth Dak Dkntl Dakoltn i in and al on one of the thesalt 1Mal thesalt
salt al of the theorth earth th I II wu the first Jlr t at attorney attorn ittorne
torney torn general Ienral of HI tile Htate Iale and ad no n bet better Iet Iette luettel ¬
tel te was wa ever elects eltlNI He U u 1 a clean
honorable honrbJI man Ian and Ind gv Jae th the cn State Stalvsplendid Statesplendid tu tuplendld
splendid service erk When hn the Illhealth of
IMUh
his hi wife wle made his bl rflnval removal from frm the th 0
State Imperative Im rtve there was wd widespread widespreadregret enrA4 enrA4reirret
wld8td wld8tdreKt
regret reKt If I the peufle JI of his hi district districtplace dltrt dltrtplac districtplace
place plac the judicial Judloli ermine upon hit hitshouldsra hl hisshoutderg
upn
shouldsra hu1lr they ss JM need d have a no 1 It far lt of it 1
being bell lullled uli The Herald Jerld In common commonwith ommon ommonwii commonwith
with wii thousands Uoud of it II Its reader rd1 hope ho to tolearn tolern tolearn
learn lern of the nomination fllnatlon and an election Ieton of ofJudge otJude ofJudge
Judge Jude Ooodwln OoodwlnFAITHFUL GWn GWnFA
I I IFEt
FAITHFUL FA 11IFUJ IP1LtJIi MAN BUU1KD BUU1KDV
It ra f 0 Dllickfleld nfell at atThe Hghth HghthIv fllgiith fllgiithtittqtr
tittqtr Iv In Inf Ilnuit IlnuitThe
f The fun fuaml l of o C B Tuckfleld TuckfleldM Tctl 1uk1i 1d arl igitl igitltIC
M E yean WM 11 held hll from lr the U EIghth Blghthvwni Irth Irthlnl EIghthwird
vwni meeting lnl house y ytt yoterd7 t n > ay attar attarnoon at afternuost
noon 10 The T ceremonies erIQInol were 1 presided preaidedover pllde
over r by b Coun Counselor emr John Cartwrlght CartwrlghtThe awrlht awrlhtThe
The mulc was furnished by five Iv select aelectvoice selectvoloe Iet Ietvo
voice vo Th The opening o eDI prayer WM offered offeredby or
by 0er SI George C Lwnbert LwnbertTh lbrt lbrttkt IAJnbertThe
Th tpeakert tkt were wf Elder John JohnDavla JohnDvW obv
Davla v C W PenroM Penr Joseph JOh W Mo MoMurrlo Mo MoMuffin
Muffin Murra J D T McAllliter cAIler and an John JohnCartWMght Jon Jontrnlllhl JohnCartPIght
CartWMght trnlllhl Each of the speakers ipeakenWM pa
WM warm Wam In hi his praise pra of the de deceaaed de decesed
ceaaed ceh who had always 1 been bn a faith faithful faUhtulu faithtui
ful tulu ad industrious roan of whom whomnaught ntmnmuubt 110mDult
Dult naught but good could be b spoken fpolienThe Iolen spokenThe
The 1 benediction bnelcton r WM pronounced by b 121 121der i1dee 1 14er
dee John ohn D H I McAIIUter AIter who also alaodedicated all alsodedicated
dedicated dedIcted the grave v at the city clt came cemetery c ctr cametory ¬
tory tr tribute trtbt tributes11Il14I There T I re were many may beautiful bautfl Moraltribute fol foltrtbt Moral floraltributes
LITTLB CHILI CIIJD CII 1 IA LOS IOSTJlasltoen LOSI LOSIJlS LOSBits
Jlasltoen JlS Bits Ikel 1oeit JHuIiHffbrtlie 3slt II1iis fr tbr the Past Itlt Twem Twemlloure rWutPP VweiitVFtilV
tPP tVFtilV lloure lloureUttle Illl8Ilttle JIS JISIUJ
Uttle IUJ 2 ranaie ranlte Will Wii the ll T yearold yearoldon
1 ion on of Mr and 1 Mrs V II 1 WUlp WUlptrangeri WUIpstrangers UI UII
I strangers trl in n Salt Sal Lake Le temporarily temporarilytopping tmprl tmprlI tempOrarilystopping
I topping at No M 1 West Third lr South Bouthtitet IUlh IUlhItt Southstreet
Itt suddenly disappeared dlppr at 1 1oclock 1ocOI Ioclock
oclock ocOI yesterday eterdy afternoon afternon and haa ha not notlnoe 10t 10tanc notsince
since anc been ba a seen n or heard of ao 1 tar M Mknown ukn asknown
known kn wn This la I the father falher alary tor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the disappearance and description d rlptoJ of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the lad ladHe ladlie
l
He to 1 7 year of age though look looklarg lok lokt lookslais
larg t for to o a boy that old lie le WM wear wearing wearS11mg r rli ¬
ing li a sailor lIor by blouse bloul white hl front fronttrnnmetl tronttrmled fronttrimmed
trimmed trmled In II pink also 11 blue ran and andchecked ad adchtle andchecked
checked chtle knee In trousers We waited waled for lorblm forhim or orbiro
biro to t come back last night and when whenhe whenhe whenbe
he did nut do I ao we notified notfed the police policeWhen plle policeWheit
When we could culd not find fnd him hm we w retired retiredfor relre relreIlo retiredfor
Ilo for tike t night expecting nptn that he h might mightpin mlhtPt mightputk
1 pin Pt putk In an n appearance ppranc some Ime time today todayOC to todayOf
OC O ooyrae his mother mol her It I much worried worriedAbout word wordtt orrledabout
About orw tt him hln We used 1 d to live lve In PocaUllo PocaUllowii ltlo ltloW PocatefloVitire
wii W Vitire re I was In the naloon laloon business buln and andirbefe ad adthe andwWfe
irbefe the boy bo ran away awa several lveral time timeDefore tlmI timeskie
I Defore and nd utoyed Ilay out alt al night with without withft withfelt ¬
out ft tt U lbs knowing klowln where he was It I may mayIt ma maylie
1 lie It that tt he ht has Jut turned the fame famekind lam samekind
Jd kind of a trick here and nd that he will willhow wi ill illshoe
how 10 up again aln all al right rightTJOTIC rlhtTJN1C righti1NtrIC
TJOTIC TJN1C STKIKB srIJ Sri It I I1 KE SITUATION SITUATIONHeld SlJUAllN SlJUAllNIOUIA IIIJAIIONMostLui
MostLui IOUIA Held 1111 II elti HiisAftoriiooiiJliUTleU HiisAftoriiooiiJliUTleUlion This A forllool3Illllo1 forllool3Illllo1Iol lorIiooll3IitlrOt1 lorIiooll3IitlrOt11Oll
lion Iol Will Wi Ijc 0 Asked Alk81 to Quit
PPECIAL 10 O TUB NRW NRWEureka NFWaJ NFWaJEurka NWtJ NWtJEureka
Eureka Eurka July 21 2I 26It It looks very much muchthii muchtJ muchthis
this tJ afternoon fernon aa thought the strike atrlketere strikehere tlke tlker
here r will wi become bome general rnerl Only Onl about aboutfive shoutfiYe but butfe
five fe tingle Intle men out of nearly earl one bun hundred bundr bundied ¬
died dr are re at work The refusal rtul of Man Manager Manaer Manamer ¬
ager Allen Al AiIe to meet with wlb the th strikers Itkr strikerslast trlkeralaat
last tli night resulted reule In a public publc meeting meetingbeing meeU meeUbg meetingbeing
being bg held here l at 1 oclock ocok this after afterBoon afterIIs fr frM
Boon and M > H Appointment pI Qt of a commit committea olt oltole
tea te t to jftaKe e one ole more mr effort eort for te a con C co cou
fejttK f u WMiMaaagw WI AWeiw A4tesUI k aj I It
they t fall n to t assure a coafereac ctre ctreIUctor of a awtMfactory asatisfactory
satisfactory settlement Jllemlnt they tbe are re under underInstructlone unr unrInetrclonB underinstructIons
instructIons InetrclonB to Induce all al of u the th married marriedm mrled mrledtn marriedmen
m tn men n < to quit qui and It II believed beve the lat latter lattel littir ¬
ter tel will wt do no noAttorney 1 soAttprne
Attorney Atpe Holahelmer lollhelmer and ad Editor Still Stillman 8t1 Stillman
man of the th Tlntlc Thltc Miner lner were invited invitedto Imlte I
to address Rddn the strikers Both Bth gentle gentlemwxympathlaed gentlemnensyrnpathlaed eutI
mwxympathlaed rellSmPAlhlaed with lh the strikers but butcolaateled butl butcduaieled
colaateled l le them to be b dignified dlrnlted peace peaceable eacl peaceable
able abe and nd quiet In all al that they did and andunder andunder nd nduJr
under uJr no JO rlrcumntancef rlrclmtncl to commit vlo vlolenoe yb ybhence
hence lenoeSulwcrlptlona 11 henceSubscriptions
Subscriptions lbrtptlon were re taken to lover over the theexpeiwe theepe theexpense
expense epe of f printing prtntnr bill bi and publish publlahInp
tag notices tUce of the correct status of af affair atfaIrs t tfa ¬
fair fa In the Salt Si l IAkf Lake kr dally paper paperThe papersThe lpl1IIrlkfr
The striker Irlkfr this afternoon attended attendedin atended atendedIn
in a body b the thl funeral fneal of William WIIm Mar Marnmda Marisnda r rr
nmda r the Ih Ttnh tAh volunteer batteryman batterymanwho batermn batermnwlo
who wlo wan WI killed klhd at a the Mammoth mine minea mina
a few days aco acoNEGKO aaoNFoto
I I INHGUO
NEGKO TRESS CONVENTION CONVENTIONastern CONVENTIN CONVENTINW
W WeSt astern t ln llI Press Association ASiehltOfl Meets In InTills 11 IllThis
This City CI August Oth OthTh 0thThe ih ihTh
Th Th The Western Negro Nel Irei I awoclatlon awoclatlonwill Ulaton Ulatonwi
will wi h h lld W their annual convention cnentof In Inthis Intils inthis
this tils itr t commencing cmmncllP Monday August AuguitMi Au t th
Mi h Three Thl da day sessions In two wo each eachday fch fchd eachday
day d will wl be b held at the M E church churchopposite churchoppe churchopposle
opposite oppe the old ol city piy hall hl The pro program prolr program ¬
gram lr will I Include Ilchlde paper pp on leading leadingubjecla telnr
subjects lub tl of the day do and al a discussIon dlacuMlonof dleulon dleulonof
of theta t by the member mlnbra and nd those tho In Invited II invited ¬
vited I Jo be b present A grand rndlptlo reception receptionwill
will 11 b 1 tendered tender the th visiting editor tlto at atthe attime t
the Masonic ulc hall Richard RIbr street trl Wed Wednesday Wedned7 tel telne ¬
nesday ne evening tnll August AUI1 Sth President IVwaldentW
W W Taylorextends Taylor letend extends a hearty berty Invi Invitation Invltton intltation ¬
tation tton to member mmb of the th Utah Uah and Bait BaitLake Bit BitLke SaltLake
meeting meetingWILL mUnWIJJ meetings1L1 Lake Lke Pro In Press alUon aaaoclatton to attend atad the themeeting tbemUn themeetings
WILL WIJJ 1L1 NOT NO IfOfiH 10ff 11 BUNION UNIN
0 A R Otuicollwl rllccl lInt t With lh Saltnlr SaltnlrMnnnpcineiit Snloll Sttltnlr3lnungolllelitColild
Mnnnpcineiit 31IunAo1 3lnungolllelitColild utCouJd CoulJ Not O Agree AgreeThrough groe groeThrough
Aro AroTbIU
TbIU Through a misunderstanding with withMr withSir l
Mr ro Miller MIr of the th Saltalr Salalr management managementth mnrmt
th the obtnmlttee mltH who had the Ut matter In Inband Inhal inhand
band hal bare bve called at off the big 1 reunion ruiio of ofthe oC oCthe ofthe
the 0 A Tt which whth WM w to have hanhk ba bahekl bunheld
held hk at lt Saltalr Sllalr on Aumwt 1st Major MajorW Ma
W A Stanton nlon chairman chalrm of the tb themhltie com committee C ¬
mittee wi said ai that Mr Miller Xler agreed to topay t topay
pay P O the usual 111 percentage r ntq on 01 the t lm attest t ¬
dance dat and al In addition addltol to erect Nt at atx the theexpeww thexpaes
expeww x of the management manemnl a fort fortreweMUtlnR f fortrepresenting
representing ltng Fort 8uinter Slmte and Ad to rig
up a few c boat bt like Ilk men of a war r to rlr be beused b beusesi
used uHI In a mimic battle bttf The committee committeestates ommlt committeestateethat
states stletat stateethat that Miller MIr after Mtu agreeing to do dothle 4 dothu1
thle Ui backed ke down rn and therefore the thereuntoii U Ureni therOunot
reuntoii WM declared 4flarf off offMrMiller offMr
reni of
MrMiller Mr r j1er luther slates tall that he h offered of the thepercentage U Ur thepercentage
percentage r but did not agree r to t b btle belkthe bntU bntUthe
the tle fort to or r prepare p the boats boatsBELL bt btlJELIJ boatsBEtI4
BELL MINING NI O COMPANY COMPANYPark CmIPA CmIPAIlnlk
I Ilnlk Park City CJ Concern COIW1 Files PI6s Artfete AIIJ8 of ofliicorjioratloii ofincurporattoim
liicorjioratloii TodayArtie Today fellAr IotlnyArticles
Artie Ar Articles of Incorporation IDolrlo of the th Bell BellMining Bl Bllnllr BellMining
Mining lnllr oowpany O llr were fiN filed with llh the M Mretary H sirrotary
rotary Ntal of a state today to The 1h principal principalplace principalplace rlnclpaplo
place plo of buvlnes bW 1 Is at Jr Park City < ly and andthe ad adIh andthe
the Ih companys Opn1 property prolr Is I situated Iltuat In Inthe InIhe inthe
the Frt P Cowans Coila Mining district corn ooaslsilBg C cornuiusg
slsilBg IIU1 of the Ut AdO Ad OoWen On Olory Oory Wll WI
lie li Ii ana ii Park lr ted claIms daml The capttaJ
isailon IP II taced ll at UOOO 10 divided apta into
dllde
100W9 It than aa of o the tb par P value of Int one onecent OMcnt onecent
cent cnt oflPt I S A I CtMmber Cml I ii president o
FnuMJlM Franotl Andrew via reMdent t and
K J HgMftn nih n Meretary and len nd treasurer treasurerwho treasurerwho
t
who w Wth with lth Tboma T W Dell I BdwarJ JwaN
Stromnece Strom A Adam H IL Peterson J11 and
Wltttain lam Gray Ory also al oomprtoe M the theof board boardof 11
of director dttn a
MURDEROUS WORK WORKOF
OF LOUISIANA MOB MOBControl
Control New Nc Orleans for Hours Ii lioursUnprot lioursUnprotyoked 0 ursUn Unpro Unproyoked pro proyoked
yoked Attacks Atacks on Negroes Militia MilitiaCalled ll1iita ili1itiaCalled
Called Caled Out Out
New Organs Orst U x July UI MAfter HAte Atter be beIng b belag
lag In W I the U hand of lawless Iwle mobs for forseveral forIV forseveral
several IV hour Jr with wlb th the police plc apparent apparently prenl prenlI ¬
ly I powtrioa Iwrl to maintain order orr New NewOriean NewOrIei
Oriean 0 at daybreak again In aaaumed ume a apeacofutaad 1 apeacefulsud
peacofutaad ptl401Ifrl orderly condition co41to and nd 10 10leno vio violence yb yblessee ¬
lessee leno apparently nty finally Inan ceased C The Thelaat Thelu TheiiM
laat lu disturbance dlturbne occurred QcuI about aut I Ioclock I Boclock
oclock oclo when whl a white baker bier who whonara WhO whose whosename
name lam li I unknown wa 11 was shot In I th th the I Iwhl leg legwhile legwhile
whl while a crowd cwd of rioter rloter were wle chasing chasinga chulqIfl
a gang Ifl of Jelro negroes The mayor myor police policeand plce plceand policesad
and clUen elU are 11 arranging today toa to totak t tolake
tak 11 lake precautions prauton against Iut a recurrence recurrenceof rur
of ollut last nlCs nl tl ti scene Iea of disorder disorderTh dllrer dllrerT disorderThe
Th T The mob wa we was composed optel ofboy 0 bYI and andhoodlum ADC aaGhoodlums
hoodlum Ilum and wa without hol a leader leaderThe lea lead leadThe
The rioting noUn grew rtw out of the tb Intenafeeling Intenfln Intense Intensefeeling
feeling fln engendered nlndereol by b the murder mWer of ofCaptain ofCptaln ofCAptain
Captain Day Dy and Patrolman Patrlman Lamb Lmb and andtb ad adlb andthe
tb the wounding of Officer Otor Mora u by blprado de deperado diperado
perado prado Charles CharleThe Chrll ChrllT CharlesThe
The T occurrence oureacf of last night are aregreatly ar aregreatly
greatly ra I deplored 4eplor by b the beat b lements lementsof
of tb the community tlmullty They Tey represented representedIn p nted ntedIn
In no sense enae an uprising u rtlnl of an outraged outragedcommunity outedommunlty outragedcommunIty
community against Int wrong wrongTHE lro lroTUE strongTILE
THE CASUALTIES CASUALTIESOn CAUALTJB
On One man was wa killed Jled tb three otaen ot will willdie willdie I
die and nd fifteen ffn were N wounded woundedTh wouDde woundedThe
Th T The dead 4a ar ardMth a ate atedeath
death dMthAlexander deathAiezasder
4U
Alexander Batman dma Pullman ear
Fatally htal injured injuredUul Inlut injuredLouis P ef
lull nufbat JU colored clor itfot fear t
time timeBapturt timesBaptists
UmBpt Baptists Bpt Flleau Jleau colored pg4 d It
hot elmotJoeepb hotJoseph ool q I IOpb
Joseph Opb Nelson XI elsou colored skull fractured f trio triotured ¬
tured turedTh tuN turedThe cor I
Th The Injured IJuN
T P Saunders lundera colored colol aged M Mstabbed IIstabbed
stabbed llbb and ad shot shotEsther IhotEtber shotEsther q
Esther Peha Field colored colore 48 f stabbed
OIa Oswald Mcttahon Mcaon white hUe K 1 hot 1
tt
Frank Shepherd white 42 shot
death deathportr det deathporter DOt
porter rtr shot shotJosejib botJoMph
aot aotJO
JoMph b Deed D white shot bot
F O DV Dmvts motorman motou akot akotJ to toJ
J Clumsy Clun conductor cductor clubbed clu
Joseph Lewis L I colored aged 11 11clubbed 11clubb 11clubbed
clubbed clubbedOeorg clubb clubbedGeori elor
Oeorg Ger > i Morris Mor colored clr cutand shot
Dfil Dahli White Whi colored Olof shot shotWhite lot
aot
torn U Oaarin n White Wte ghot tot totWr
10t 10tr
Wr r Antiatrong iPI color colored hot
Unknowa Unl baker bf oo whjte hJt shot shotFOR 11t shotii
6ti ii FOR FORA lRJii44 lRJii44A on MLILZ MLILZA °
A delsgatlon elCn of cltlwrh elUI rodar tWdpwent tWdpwentto went wentto wt wtto
to th ti the city tt hall and liked ketb the mayor mayoreither mol mayoreither
either to call c1 out a pbne of rltiaen IUII or orappeal orap orappeal
appeal ap a to the governor 1 mo p to order orc out ott the thomliltl themlt themilitia
militia mlt The Te mayor IYo decided deltd immediate immediately Immediat
ly y to prepare prep a proclamation proclaaUon calling cln clnfor
for BOO 1 volunteer clttens Itln to assist IM th thIiollce the thelOlce theiolice
Iiollce lOlce In preserving rewMln order orderWild orde orderWild
Wild Wid report reprt have reached racbed police policeheadquarter plc polleeheadquarters
headquarter beadquarten from frm various Itlon sections ctlon of ofthe o ofthe
the city giving vtn Information Infoton of th thbetin thbtn the thebeitine
betin btn of If negroes negroesWork nel ne5TOePWork
Work on the lev levee where negro n8 la labor I Ibr Iabut
but br I is largely rel employed ha has been bn sus suspendd ensttdesf UI UIde
pendd ttdesf de The Te big bl grocery grry and produce producehouat producehouses
n prUN prUNhO
houses hO are also all practically practlcly dorng do noth nothIng nothIn nothing
Ing In bH because they cannot g get t their negro negrodriver nelN negrodrivers
driver drlv to risk rli their live liveMayor I livesMayor v vXaor p
Mayor Capdevlll communicated with withOov withGov withcloy
cloy Heard I er Capela who will wi Immediately Immedlal call callout cl clout callout
city clt out the militia mltl to preserve order or la II th thcity thclt the thecity
ATTACKED ATACKED XEQROE EVERY EVERYWHERE EVIRY EVIRYWHERE EVERYWHERE
WHERE WHEREThe WHEREThe
The movement movmelt last night started
tre
from tT a gathering of o men ma at a t the te Lee Leestatue L Leestatue
statue tAtUJ corner cmr of St Charles brl avenue avenueand lnue lnuean avenueand
and an Howard ho1 street trt Being JID ordered rMrd to
disperse the crowd ctd moved up 8tCnrlM 8tCnrlMstrtet ltharl ltharlItet tCharleestreet
street gathering I therln force a It 1 went 11n t and andgradually andgradually
gradually gdualy becoming bmtnr intmed Inflamed to In th thpoint the tbePint thepoInt
point Pint of desperation dtpra lon It I was not until untilafter unt untilafter
after aferthe they had stopped in Morrison Morrisonquart Mnrrlsonsquare
top lrln lrlnaul
quart aul on Washington Wublnton avenue and 1
Franklin street trt near nfr the scene ne of the theassassin theInUon theassassination
assassin assassination InUon t Inn of Captain Day and Offi Officer 0 0thcer ¬
cer r Lamb Lmb that they th listened Ultfne to a peh ph phfrm pueehfrom
from frm a man hailing hatn from Kunner and andthen andthen
nl
then started ItMl out to waylay 1 the negroes negroesMoat n nM0
Moat M0 of the colored or population ppulaton had hadtaken hadtalM hadtaken
taken talM warning rnl from the excitement lfmnl of ofth oCthe ofthe
th the night Illht before btore and nd kept Indoors but butthere butthere butthere
there were wr some Ime returning to their theirhome Ihelrhoml theirhomes
home homl from trm work and nd u 1 wa 8 one ont of ofthese ofthN ofthese
these thN who was the th first Ilt victim Iclm li lie waa waaIn wuIn vuin
In a crowded Henry lenr Clay CII avenue car carwhen cr carwhen
when hea th the mob aw him and a1 rushed rheod for forhim fo forhim
him and dragged dred him out firing nrlD on oneot one oneshot
hot eot Into the car cr He turned turnf out to be beAlex b beAlex
Alex Huffman Ruf Pullman Pulmln car porter and
he wa w was badly bdl used up He was cut and andshot
hot It and nd beaten btl over the head btad There Therewas Ter Therewas n
was w another anothr negro neI with lth him In the car carwho carho carwho
who ho hid under un r the seat Iat and after th thcar the theor theoar
car or had ha started tre they discovered dlcov1 him II
but lt could not catch It ItWHITS ItWJTI itWHITE
rul4 n
WHITE WJTI MEN WOUNDED WOUNDEDJ WOtNDD WOtNDDJ
J Cluney Clune the conductor cnductor of o a Peter Peteravenue Ptei Peteavenue
avenue car cr was shot In the foot and andthe andthe
the car er riddled rddl with bullet bllt blltO ul
f 1 0 Davis Dv the th motorman mtormn on th tham tb the thesame
same am car er wa aht hot tn the tb foot footFrank tol tolJank tootFrank
Frank Jank Shepherd Sbephr a white whie man who whoItWOLUTIOV whoRllVOItTliON 10 10HoOIUJS
ItWOLUTIOV HoOIUJS COLLAlSltS COLLAlSltSColombian OOIIUSIl OOIIUSIlColomblnn COII4lSISColouuitdnu
Colombian ItiHiircoiitK II nrllltl HntlileHly SUIIIIHI Snr SI SIrliulor Simrrultmr Snrnt
rliulor rultmr nt at Panama PanamaWashington leumaimnWashington aIRIIR aIRIIRWuhlnton
Washington July ttThe state de department Mpfnt dopertinent ¬
pertinent pfnt ha hat just received reived a dispatch dispatchfrom dllllltb dllllltbtrm
from trm Consul Ocnerot onrol lodger < udr at t Pa Panama P Pallama ¬
llama nma announdos annoDQ the tht collapse rollpe of the therevolutionary la therevclutioniry
revolutionary rvvlutl1nay movement mvemfnt there tlere H Hstates HlttH He Hestates
lttH states that tha the tl rebels rbl unexpectedly unexpectedlysurrendered unepteI unepteIrndr uneapectedlyeurrendered
surrendered rndr and that qulel now DW prevail prevailat v vt
at t Panama PanamaKxnnr Pm PmItsOm PanamaIxOnt
Kxnnr HlaMlell nR leJ In Dead DeadOakland 111 111Okland leaiOskiand
Oakland Okland Cal CI July llr 8t ExGovernor Iven
Blaatell Bl of Nevada Nevl died today tot at his iia iiaon hisOe
how Oe on Orange On avenue AI thIs tI1 city dt Th Thcauat Te Teof Phi Phiestaw
cauat of death delh was an aggravated aY aggravatedtack at attack ¬
tack ta fives of grippe Irlp complicated cmpllte with brain brainllsvvnnl 1ra 1raHewRrd a
llsvvnnl ttf Itr HerofiHti HerofiHtiHamilton Jemll lieriltunHamIlton +
Hamilton UUto Ont Ot July RLouls HLul B Beott B
I Peot eott a law student here b two toat year yearago
ago 10 at Atlantic Atlntc City Cl MY saved vtd from f
drowning ell a lady 1a named MM M Xereh Xerehcyl Neb Nebor Xeruebo7i
cyl or o of < Lo L Los Angel Cat Ca The T lady lad ladrt
dM recently rt and ad it e Scott It ITaoo t
Baa Domingo Dhuro C Cal ii July Jul NA plot to toaaaaJnat tote toSMAMISSI
aaaaJnat te th the governor of Santiago
Ramon Rm Caoona Co t Ir no has b bus t discovered dlaeoveredand dfM dfMut tl
and ut twrntytv of the coaaplrotor coaaplrotorwv
II bare > wv been n Imprisoned Im o t Seferal r mili ¬
lOne I
tary tal officers olo r are ae lavolred ToIT I The Ttl ae e
I
Wa In tb the M04 crowd tot 1 a tul lult t through
u
hi his right rllhl srm srmComing rm rmComing rmCorln flk
Coming Corln down dowl to jarks JIIki ti avcatM
they tbe met T p
KandtIA andei
Ih 1 rlored IO porHe
pot
tee ot JOt Poit and III ollr tnsurafle p
Anc Agency He HI hud heuni htarl th II indlscrlm In nllran <
l i
Inal mat shooting Iln and n sttlJd trpi hJ U > ut I of hi his
gate tt to t l sw > what ha It I wa HH hut H He
step tepptd Into the
otpp arm of th mob and
th they n y made hort work woi o of him They
tabbed tebb him shot hot him hl11n o In U tbb Uck lick and andk nd 1
tok took hll hi watSh watch 5W7 aWl away P fm from ° m U him T They y
k left M him hi for dead A doien dofn or more Tit of
th the mob went out further Into
t mo furthr the th rear rearLOtJTKI
of ton
and
met a n aegis named
Er Esther JJIA Y1ids standing Iandln In her dor door naml anti
br
btl brutally tl best t hlr hlrLOOT tmrLOOTKI 1
LOtJTKI LOOT 1 THE STOKES STOKESThe STQRESThe QR QRTe
The Te main Iln c crwi r11 wi continued on down wn
town hVadlng hdll fr ir the parish pris flJn
They The then began hnn breaking brekln prllh Into the
second Ind band hnd norm II0r on Rampart Smpart street
In that
neighborhood hunting for
huntn arm rml
and ant ammunltjnn ImmunlJn ammunit Jn The police plct made mare a
demonstration and lld drove them thm off of Af ¬
ter lingering Injrtn around Rampart Rpart street It reel for
an hpurlhe bourthe mob divided one section
divide oelftlon go
Ing Ir down town and ald th the other Marling rt
back bde up town The latter latfr crowd crwd trtwi tarth
tartl
for the nw ban hln In the vicinity vllnlt of th tha
Illinois Jlnoil Central leonlr1 depot as the Ih mot ot popu ¬
lar
rende rlndPou rendestous vous for negro Before
darting trlnl they Induced InuIJ ne In a little Ilore pistol
play pll and wounded oundfc ixmald IKAJI McMahon lte fltol a
ilyearold buy bu In the Ih leg I ie The boy I
had been hln following foloI the crowd Te On b the
way Wa up they went pnt through the Roydraa te
market art and Ind found founr a ne negr t watchman Rdral
Oeorge Morris tln
Oe whom they proceeded te
chue throulthe tbroulh throuh the market Pr hooting him I
a he ran When Whtn he fell with ha two show
f1 wih
In the back bck one of the young ou fltndu bt n4s
tabbed abb him to finish Inlh him and ad nearly Jn4
did so nery
I 1
1CHIKED CHECKED CHIKED BY POLICE POLICEJo PLIC
Jo O Dl Deed a white whie man ma was abet
during the Indiscriminate It
dum te Indllrlmlnatl booting loUnr In
the Pordras Pr market They Marched
the vicinity Icn of the basin thoroughly tboroI rhl
and nl falling f lh to and ad any n one lne walked alk out ot
toward Franuly lnul street tNt where whre they the
passe pJ1 a negro ne Dan White a roust ¬
about abul and shot him In the right rut wrlt
About Abul 1 oclock oh k they headed for fo the
neighborhood nelhbrbO of Canal street Itlt and tb on
the way a y looted two second hand store
They y were ere trying t to break Into tr one
place J and 14 fired Jr M I several rm shot It Into l to 06 It
with wlt U t the result fllt that they tht wounded one
onde of
of o their Ur own crowd John Doran Dru who whogot wholt
got lt a ballet balt In the leg I They Thy moved movt1
on down to Canal street otrt and at th thronwr tbror the thecomes
comes ror of Rampart Rprt started lrte to break b a in
to another tbr second Ind Hand d store 1 but b a apatrol Apt apatrol
patrol pt dW wagon wqn 5si4 full ful of Ofpoll ThOy police policefor gp
for half bI aa hour hr f and 1 then gradiiuy l3y 1
melted ml away awayDID aariyDItm
DID nt FIENDISH WORK WORKThe WORK WORKTime
The Th down town mob did terrible terribleexecution terribleexeestben
execution uttlea and m kept up It II Its flendlii Ifndl tNW worjc worjcuntil wotlcuntil
until unti 110 I > oclock oclok A notorious notoru charac eb wO ¬
tee too to5c the lead and
te tO they headed hfldt fpr f
tb the neighborhood nlhbrbo of Franklin Frankln and C f
IDI C
tom to HOUM Uou street i They found no r rgroes M Mgroe
r groe and nd were el going oln down do Vile VllfcScstreet VI VileStreet i
I street trt towards some Ime negro hovels hov when w wtbe
they tbe saw a negro h In a crowded VI VII Vilioc Viliocstreet I toe toetreet
street I car ar They The halted haltt the Ih car a pulled
pled
the trolley trole off ordered orereJ about abul twenty tfD
passengers nr off and then murdered the
murdr
black blacl man 1 He was dragged dra out and d
filled llt with wlb lead being Instantly killed
He I wu evidently evldenl u laborer labrtr Ill Ui HIS kil name lIIt
la 1 not known knownThey knwi knownThey
They Th moved on nut In the vicinity of otte
the te old basin bln on o Toulou street trt and nd ter terloriced terlol teemoiiied
loriced lol that neighborhood nelhbrho but evidently eldet
found no negroes Then thl they Went nt
down a I as far as n Kilerec KIllIC and Dauphin Dauphintrts DuphIn DuphInwhre Dauphinstreets
streets where they thl found an n old asgro
75 7 7 year y old named numtd Baptist tllt Flleau Flleauwhom 11 FIIeauwhom 1
whom wbo they the beat bat almost aimOI to death deathComing deth dethClln deathComing
Coming Clln up town again qln they the met a anegro aaq anegro
negro aq on Decatur rntur street tltlt whom they t
beat lt Into an Insensible Inlntbll condition cndito and andleft andleft
left for to dead dtd He lt won 8 discovered an An Anhour llbGur Liihour
hour later and died shortly Ihort after H lie liehad
had been n pulled ulltd from a meat wagon wagonwhich 1101Iwllteh wagonwhich
which he was driving to th Knack Knackmarket JIrMoJImarket Frenchmachot
market marketMAYOR marketlATOR machotMAYOR
MAYOR COULD NOT STOP STOPMOB jfkf B BMOB
MOB MOBThey MOBThey MOBThey
They brutally asaulted another negro negroIn
In the tb market They The located the tb porter porterof porterof
of the L A N pay oa car ar ana cbaa chai him himup blmlip himup
up the tb levee He ran Into th the custom customhoute cUltom1I0u customhouSe
houSe 1I0u where wh rt he wa protected by the thenight thenllbt thenight
night watchman at the point pol t of a Win Winchester Wincbeter Winchester ¬
chester The crowd sulked around for fora
a while and then gradually dispersed dlperedActing dlprmdActlll dispersedActing
Acting Mayor Mehle Issued a prod proclamation prodmatlon prodsmation ¬
mation at Hto oclock calling Wna on all allgqod allIQOS allgood
good cItizens to keep the peace but It
illH 414 1111 not Th t ilnn thi > rliitlnv
Juat before bet re da daybreak > break the remnant remnantof remnantsof
of the mob gathered In the vicinity of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Spanish foil railroad to waylay Be Begrow D Dtbey negross
grow aa they wen Ir going to their work workat
at t Chalmette gome uf them cam camalong ca caalo camealong
along alo and the th mob chased them firing firingaa
U they b ran A baker who wa on hi himorning his hismorning It Itmoral
morning moral round caught a bullet In tk tkleg the tIaeIe theleg
leg Ie
legWm
Wm Arnutronr a negro sitting on onthe tntile inthe
the Claiborne bridge brld was hot in the thethigh tletit thethigh
thigh tit by a mob that p 1JUIt passed Me J < l by H Hlipped JIIlipped Ut Utslipped
lipped home and onl oniy > reported kit la lajury 111Ju injury
jury Ju this morning mornlnKcud mornlnlCU morningeased
cud CU will be tritl Irl i hI court martial martialPresident rnanJalPnoeJ martialPreiidnt
President PnoeJ At Jlniinvi > k > Misting tbe In Interior Intrlor iiitenor ¬
tenor The TII cnuiiti y K iirally CIIIII > 1 II quiet qulttair quiet31t qultit
air it Town I IwlI IwlIChlCa IdayeilChicago > ol I IChicago
Chicago Job > < A telegram 1tle was wuireceived WLIhrehe4 wasreceived
received at t nation tatkflI > i Ivm 11muratic ratlc t head headquarters > ad adquarter d dQurln
quarter today fi Mr Tonne To at atReno alftftllo atReno
Reno stating tatlft tiit tI t iu Ii i > could mid not reach naehChicago reachChicago oh ohChlqo
Chicago today It l Ic expected that Mr MrTown MrTowne MrTowne
Towne wlll 11 be In the tb city Ill tomorrow to toconfer toonfer toconfer
confer with the members of the natloa natloaal DtI
al 1 Populist Po utllt committee o who will WI arrive arrIYIheo arrivehere rrlT rrlThere
here heo for the purp Ilur lurt4c > e Democratic Democraticheadquarters Democratloheadquarterl Democraticheadquarters
headquarters will be removed from Its Itsrooms Itsroollli itsrooms
rooms In Tnlty nlty building to the Audi Auditorium Audltorlum Auditorlum ¬
torlum annex on < > n July list listThe ItltI fistThe
I The TII committee request tile AssoctaN AssoctaNed AlIOClatPm
ed 4 Press to It stat ttf that the th lit gentlemen gentlemacomposing rtnle rtnlecompottnr gentlemencomposing
composing the III two II commuter to notify notifytb noUbtile notifythe
tb tile candidates for President Frett ent and Vic VicPresident VIOlPrfeldenl VicePresident
President named by the Kansas CSI CSIconnllon City Cityconvention Citycoitteflhitfl
convention will 11 meet at the Grand Grandbetel Orandbotl Grandhotel
betel Indianapolis Ind August flIt Sththe Ith Ithtile flItthe
the date appointed for the notification notificationo
So o Uoxf UUfII rs In Korea KoreaWashington ICorNahlnrton goresWashIngton
Washington July lul H IIMr Mr To tilt tiltKorn theKorean tb tbKorean
Korean charge kr took to tb the tat attd stata statadepartment tatdepartment
department d rlmnt this morning a dispatch dispatchfrom dllpatalafNm
from his III government denying poiltlv poiltlvly POlItiI
ly I the published stories that tb the Bosar Bosarmovement Roa RoamnemnI oair oairmveiflebt
movement bad e extended d to Korea KoreathaI Xoi ar arthat Iithat
that any an Chine Boaers hi oxirs bad oroased oroasedthe oroseedthe
the Korean ireaUtr

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