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CHINESE INESE PREPARING PREPARINGFOR
FOR A CREAT WAR WARHurrying WARJliirryiflg
Hurrying Troops to Resist Foreigners Porcigncrsystcry ForeignersMystery PoreigliersMystery
Mystery of Pekin PekillChargcs Charges of ofChinese ofChinese ofChinese
Chinese Duplicity
n July H 1 a ame aU mCOfJser mCOfJserthe
L U the substance ubltA of which has hasmuted h ht hast
e t 1 I muted 111 Itled to the United States Statesv
t v f the nary flaY through Capt Captf
f the tie United Stales ltat s cruiser cruiserm
Tl T 11
hlll Incressed the belief In Inhit InI
k r m
11 w 1
I II hit there is DO hope for the theatlons tbet
t fl I I atlons In Iekin and nl1 that thatfabric tbatI
HIt t fabric of the dlspstches dlspstchesMne dlptohI
I > i Mne h hInie I n e are building to per perv
wh I 1 tt v lined world that tbe mIn rolnMill mInd mm mmaIlYC
d y u Mill I 111 alive la I only Intended Intendedt
rr 111 t them th m to gain aln time to com comaratlons complete cornpete
tv pete I 11 aratlons ratlon for warfare warfareALL warfarejiE1UNER IIrrarrlIIIIJ
rlIIIIJ jiE1UNER ER ALL 11 DEAD DEADk
T 11 Inllhnl ii lml correspondent rorreepo clent of the then tb tbToi
LI n n5erts 8ert erts that a Chinaman Chinamanniiioyed Chlnmant
Toi niiioyed at t the thet British lea leawriter 1
t I a writer W 1 and Interpreter ID has hasi b hasPekin
t Nlu IU IUtr1 Chwang ChwangMMT Chwnj
i I < Mtn III Pekln to
1 that at the time timet
tr1 j MMT iL hi i declares
t t < t i kin mol of the members of ofni ofll
drad and nd the condl condlh
ni t n were w re
1 lie lieMr Utli 1eSr
Ih h other was hopeless
ll llII li Mr Ir iiibert Hart director of ofimperial 01t
t h imperial maritime customs customsn
II 1 h i n t liil JLI JLIT 2nd 2ndiundent 2ndn
iTl to tot say sayi
iundent Roes on
Tl TlS TlKf T
S t I i 11 jats Jt IPS are given In n the imu imur Inea meNw
Niu Chwsng Chwsngh
r ii
Kf a n h < htrtMie newspaper here pub pubvtrday pubh1 pubhi
h1 vtrday trdIiY t a dispatch declaring declaringff declarlnhd
hd ff II t n a nil over with the members membersi
i t h i ijitlons ijitlonsT
T Th > lrL1eflt r 11 lent of lr f s minor mlnorlIoard board at atv ItkII atmk
v mk v kII vrt r to tL a relative In Inhi Sham Shama
hi a IIrH ui i r mate of July Jul th saying sayingTh IIrl IIrlTh
0 Th fiixn fi ifl legations are still un uni uncarPI UnMtuT
carPI L i 1111 > m owing owln to the dally nght nghtn
rumoredthat only about eboutar MO MOarc
n I K it t l
arc IIr left lIve In the legatlona legatlonarj
rj n f thu I 18 any delay In the arrival arrivalth
1 < C th riiff ift force rre Hear I fear that none will willThVitter willtlO
tlO t I rl r t ye It ItTht I I I1h
ThVitter Tht t r hT I Ia regarded in Shanghai Shanghaia
a ai fluthrilatle uth intatlve Strange enough It Itfay Itf3 Itr
fay f3 r ntlJinl r thing of any nr assistance to tojffl4 the thel
l cjtiiiH jffl4 by l > y Prince Chine or 0 Gen n Lung LungI
I xu U
< mEAT < WAlt AHEAD AIIKADVhiu AHEADWhile A1IADWtilk
While the thflf p brief side Ide lights as a to toh toIh toth
Ih h ° fate faI ut f the Europeans leave little littler lItUefr
r i irl i fur hope Shanghai sends a atu abl atM
tu h tf f ivimrti Indicative of prepara preparati rerai
ti in i n fir nr hnttllltle h lIltie on the part of the thehr thehrnifl thehui
hr hrnifl It If I alleged that the Yan YanT
T JCrOYM < ro > n have sent deputies to toshiiiriKil tottrl tohgtuit
shiiiriKil ttrl Khal to t Inquire as to the tb prospect prospectrt
rt racing a foreign loan ostensibly to toitii tormII torr
the therr tbeBx theJxrr
rmII rr itii mllltan operations against
Bx Jxrr rr wh h movement la I extending extendingr extend extendingrtptd1y In Intqldly
r tqldly < pKli uth 11 l th90ard ard with constantly constantlyf
f r win llnl Ktrength tr nth and nd had reached reachedI a aitt aI
I itt I r t wher hv the provinces of Bhang BhangT
T TJn m Ho 1 1I Nan lIn and Shin SI meet leav leavirr I Ij leavtihnd
irr j r thlnd hind it 1 a trail of burned mlssloriM mlssloriMmil mlsslonri
mil Oil ri immlfml lIIunHI IiIr1r4litiuIantiMy Chrlntlan Chrlntlanitnuitaneiufly ChrltlanIlilultlln
itnuitaneiufly Ililultlln uly there t is a movement movementr
r 1 nhward I war < l o southern Chinese troops troopst troopsJin
t J Jin In the th main army gathered to op opt
t th fnreign advance on Iekln IeklnT
T 1 r trTiKih or thin principal force ores te ter 1 1r
r xlmted Imat d at 300000 men menI
I < i UM nd that about three weeks weeksir weeklI1aOl Weeksbefore
ir lI1aOl nt flutV hll before the Chinese peeper pwpara
a n art completed It Is I rumored rumoredti rumored1MOChIne1e
ti i fiOljllQ > 1MOChIne1e Chinese ChiD troops and nd more are Ir Irflt areir
1 nt > s ir nt tn I reinforce the garrison of ofth otth ofthr
th thr Kian Tin fort commanding the thentrhnu thenrk thePnrhp I
Pnrhp ntrhnu nrk to the TsngtseKlang nine ninety ¬
ty niiln ndl 8 east of Nanking NankingIUNS Nanktnct1IU 4ankIngtluSm
IUNS t1IU ARE DAD DADban HDhan N1tDthan
ban Chi Tung Tun viceroy of Wu Wurhdiig WuChOI1I WuChILg
rhdiig on the th YanglseKlang tele telegrdih telerr teleriaph
grdih rr h8 that he I II apprehensive that he hemil heIII helfl
mil III not be able to restrain his hi troops troopsfr ttOOSfir
fr more than another ten days He HeaM HeIa lieiay
Ia iay > aM that he b ha bat thrown the breach breachbitxiu brechblu breachbkxk
bitxiu blu < k of the gun unl commanding San Sanku SAnkHI Sankuv
ku kHI into the rIver rlvirThe rIYtrThf rIverThen
The Then c iijra uf unrest In tbe southern southernprviiKi southernrivInc outhemMln
prviiKi Mln ur olnitdent with LI Hung
Ihan tiant i presence resen A Shanghai They TheyupHJ The Thear They4r
ar > upHJ U IIJ81j < a t to be tbe beginning of oflllral a aKnTal atnrj
KnTal dwlarutlon deIrut tun against alnt foreigners foreignersin
in h thl tho hi cunimtion the Canton corre correM corrIInd
M IInd njtnt > nlor of f the Telegraph wiring Tues Tuesnils Tulldb
db < nds the In following Important ImportantMEAN Importantn
n te 0
MEAN EA 8 WAR WARt WARKcroy WAltVicyy An AncrJ
Kcroy crJ Tak su today published the thei thene theioing
t
i ioing in ne nundatf An n Important Im Imhio
hio 1 iv8i < dore i wa u II issued on the Mrd
J i4 > f thf th sixth month It says W WtI Verm0
IJM Tien T 1ln ln and nd great precau precaur
t u r r an al ukin m Iekln No peace peacen iace iacean
< an n W L ubtaind vhtalll < without going through throughjr
II or jr t J In h time of Chung Chungan an agree
ant Th rt na a miiL that no n murder can be bel
intl nn < l ni II Miinifters from abroad It Itt It1lU
1 a t Mil iiK 11i 1lU < 1 the minister of Ger Oern
2J4J n I ilnated s < < tnat by Boxers Iox rs anti nl1
iri tn rll i leI j v 1 Iov ia p > j been given Iven for 119 th
ri < i tt murderers We are trying
v our r UllliH utim ujn M t tll
trcerve the t lives of the theH
J r Inlnl1 r H and they the are still In Infar Inar intar
far ar that the viceroys viceroysru vl ro1
LJ L ru rllIM 11 M may y misunderstand the theHi thef
toJL r I th0 he decree relying on the theI
I SIt t Hi t ministers as a a ground groundi ounll ounlllIiI
r lIiI jUt i I e and taking lakln no heed heedf heedirt
i d irt 1llarl1 > f iare for attack and de deI
t 7 I Kittt KI t to fortify the dls dliUiIr
e I II1j i th tltlt ir jurisdiction will bring bringi
i i j Viceroys Vlcero and mu lItl gover goverJiv
r
I r I Jiv all attentionto and to toJf toIrratlon
b K Jf Irratlon rations for coast attack ttackI
1 lid > n < i they are to 0 take the tham thevale
I 1 m Call of any an UI territory territoryitirly
I sl MI lIllrly ti My through their d de
I 1 ITII41gement ii agement
JnTJIX TVI lN S CRITICAL NOW NOWJiere NOWwre XOWlwre
N
Jiere wre understand thor thorcart thorpart
tt ttol l l lTVI cart of tbe edict which
i ol < I I t Hi I h viceroys keto and governors
alr t r t I by the empress empr dow
1 i litll 1 for a Chinese Chln war warpowers
4
h t Lt 111 iId < 1 powers Owen Viceroy Tak Takmitiforetgn
i < mitiforetgn and be Is I In Inmy
t tr my and nd armaments mil milai
1
dl 11 11U Ial < ai
1Ie has made an n ou ouKh
U 1 l lf Hi Kh
the
f 1 prefect of Kwan Kwanmall
T Ti
i n Hr r mall gunboats two
h I American and one on Ilrltlsh Ilrltlshnafeguard
lt I I
f to safeguard fe < < llard the lives Iv of ofi ofski
KI nd 01 hI h uk ski tluu toy the be
H 1 I 0101 i I the th Bogue 1jgoj rue forts
11 will HI be
Iy y unmasked short
I I n IllrlI irtl ti powers Juwetlucertalt ascertain def
I 1 rict ts concerning lun rnlar the mails
ki kilhioat 1
I 9 Inhoat infeet the channel
rh h I k flf f th the Shameen and nt
r < I v gunboats lie awaiting
I t the h Imperial rt1
k Lrr 11 government Sovernmentlnjon
tr lrVT Ii unlonete lnjon are daily becom becomRnd
I Ilip and the IUaatJon tten Is I
1 III almost oat at t
lUll i At i ivln a stand
vln vlnl Vln In InNutv Irll and d plague claim fresh freshi
Sltll
bOIrJ rhthln assert that the tb
i
l tlk k Fl Pug Chief
It l I Iirj lAn who whoon
J n I II II on tb the e French rtncht In the theto th
hwr Utj nuw to obey U UKHKMINO
irj rj f T command to north
nt
r Oil Hflxfn n Uis IOltln oi icr ar are
nil th the crew of till
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It th < hamffn
U LlIi
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KHKMINO KHKMINOto
A r1r11C to tb
lluutcbai
htjnl aorre
IIr f lite
I 1 Tim 11 hung Chang
lclnl Hit thc hf
rlllenctl of Jtt
v h who whoui
Ier In j1 Ih of th the empress dow dowr
tu J ui r ttt mNn tu Japan lie
Pn > r > n Vllntcr IHof uCret cret tostnictlons to r re
thltlnnl
pntn ntinll Ih with a Ykw of pre
With tth IhlM Euro Furora eaa a4 advinot advinotI
I II InJ 1IIUlI1l11adoa tt1um er lVdltwp nrp f
tlll11nl
btr 4g ItNIIII lull alill alillJ
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the Ih news of disagreement between bet the thepow Thepower Ihepowera
power pow and the foreign commanders commanderswhich commDdwhlcb commanderswhich
which threaten to hamper united action actionand aoUunnd acUonand
and nd to encourage encoura < < e Chlneae Chin resistance resistanceA tIDC tIDCA
A conference of the admirals at TUtu Takucalled Ttkucalled TUtucalied
called to settle ttle the question gardlng 4Isrdingtil gardlngthe ardln ardlnU
the U management of the restored rail railway railwar railway ¬
way decided In favor of the RuRslan RuRslancontrol RUHltncontrol Ituaslancontrol
control only the British and American Americanadmirals Americanadmlra AmericanadinIras
admirals dissenting dissentingALLIES dllentlnALIIE8 dissentingAILIES
ALLIES NOT AGJUCEITbe AGRKEIIThe AOUEBD AOUEBDThe >
The Tien Tam correspondent of o the theDally theDaJly theDaily
Dally Malt Insists upon the tb necessity necessityof nec ult ultof
of a single leader and lId of a general head headquarters headqurtn headquarters ¬
quarters with an Intelligence office Ha Hasays n nIIY lielay
says Much valuable time II wuted wutedby
by the present system Little scouting
Is I done and very few guides IIIld are re em employed employed m mplored ¬
ployed The allies have no Intelligence Intelligenceregarding IntelllencerlllrdlnK intelligenceregarding
regarding the position or numbers of ofthe otthe ofthe
the enemy The Th supplies of food and andmedical lUll lUllmedical andmedical
medical stores as a well u the number of ofsurgeons orurpon ofsurgeon
surgeons are re Insufficient InsufficientThe IbludlcJntThe
The morning papers do not comment commentupon commentUllfotl commentupon
upon the reported differences of policy
between the tb United States Ita tel and nd Europe Europeprobably Europepnbablr urope uropeprubabiy
probably preferring as the Dally
Qnphlr says r to wait for more authen authentic ¬
tic Information on the subject subjectThere subjectThere ubJectIhere
There anpenrs to be a difficulty ow owing owIn owing ¬
ing In to the Russian censorship to get an anaccurate anaccurate n naccurat
accurate Idea ofthe of the situation In Man Manchuria 4nchllll 1anchuria ¬
churia The government dispatches dispatchesblock dllpatchebloclt dispatchesblock
block the available wires and little littleprivate lit lithelulvate lie lieIlrlvate
private news comes through Neverthe Nevertheless NeverthI
less I there are rumors rul Url that the situa situation iltuntUrn ItuaUon ¬
tUrn Is more eHou mtrloug than It Ii I officially officiallyrepresented omclatlyrepreltntel1 ofliciallytepresanteti
represented to be ben4 and that the Russians Russianshave RUlanblve Russianshave
have be been n driven back while trying to tosave 10lave topave
save the Ih southern portion of the eastern easternrailway eutemrailway easternrailwny
railway
RUSIANS WITHDRAW WITHDRAWThe WITUDR WITh DRAW DRAWThe W WThe
The Chinese have burned Lavoang to toprevent toIreent tolrevent
prevent Russian concentration there thereand thereand thereand
and are re now trying to smash communi communication comllllUUcUon commuaication ¬
cation between Port Arthur and nd Nlu NluChwang XluChwan NtuChwvig
Chwang Chwan The critical situation has hasforced h htorcd hasforced
forced the Russians to withdraw a anumber anumbt anumber
number > r of troops from Tim Tslii Tim while
8000 troop have been sent from Port PortArthur IortArthur PortArthur
Arthur It Is I reported that an entire entirearmy entirenny entirearmy
army corps Is I being beln mobollsed at Odes Odessa OdeIs
sa for transport to Takn by the volun volunteer volunteer olunteer
teer Heel HeelH
It Is reported from Nlu Nm Chwang that thatthe tbttbe thatthe
the Russians are concentrating forces forcesat
at a point fifteen miles eat of t that fort fortand fortnd forteand
and nd raising reinforcements before ad advancing adancln advancing ¬
vancing ancln on Moukden lo k4ln Manchuria The TheHorns Thefloxera Ih
Horns have wrecked the bridge brtd of the theShanghai theSbangbal theShanghai
Shanghai Kwan and Kin Chau section sectionof
of the railway railwayAdmiral railwayAdmlr1 raiiwayAdmiral
Admiral Seymour and nd Ocn Sir Alfred
Qaselee are re consulting at t W WI l Hal Wei WeiTO WeiTO 1 1TO
TO HOMHARD CHINESE TOWNS TOWNSLondon TOWNSlonon TOWNSIdofldon
London July 15 5The The Express has the
following from St Petersburg
Admiral Skreydloff uomirxaidlng the
Russian squadron In Chi Chinese new waters watershas watlOnh watershas
has h received precise InMrutions to
bombard the Chinese coast tons Im Immediately 1mmedltely immediately ¬
mediately on receipt of ronflrmf clnnrmtlon lion of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the report of the massacre m ere at t Iettln
AtYBTRBY DEEPENS DEEPENSWashington DEEPENSWbtnttan DEEPENSWaMniton
Washington July J 1r ttThe receipt at
Tien Tata Tidnof of apparently H genuine me mesage ziessage If Iflit
sage In autograph alI raph from Minister Con Couger Cuner Conger
ger er hu done nothing 10 1 ° dissipate tho
doubt at aato to the situation at Pekln The ThemesMgt Thewhleb Themeuage
mesMgt wlilch waa w lint forwarded by b bthe
the naval nAvaloflee officer at Tien 2ltt1 en Tsln Taku Takuand Tkund Takuand
and nd Che Foo 100 has ha serveu rVeu only onl to deepen deejnthe
the darkest and saddest mystery of the thecentury tb tbcentury thecentury
century The conclusion remains un unchanged unchhred unchanged ¬
changed of course but It Is I admitted admittedthat
that a careful calfrulacrulln scrutiny of the autograph autographmessage autolrapbmelll aulographmessage
message melll < < e In comparison with the famous famouscipher fAmoulIpher famouscipher
cipher message Inetll < < e from Minister > lInl ter Conger Congeradmits Conradrnltl Cougiradmits
admits of the belief that the two mel messages melIIBe mesagen ¬
sages were Indicted by b Mr Ir Conger onlr at atabout atabout atabout
about the same me time timeThe UmeThe timeThe
The situation at t the liritlsh legation
Is I represented to be the same m In each eachcaae eachcue eachcue
cue and as Mr Conger declares that thatrelief thatrelief
relief must come quickly If at all there thereI 1
Is I ground for the suspicion that the thecrisis thecrlI thecrisis
crisis II over The assumption that this thisreasoning th threlOnln thisreasoning
reasoning Is I correct Involves the fur further rurther further ¬
ther conclusion that Mr fro Congers cipher ciphermeesage clphlrm ciphermessage
message m If genuine wak redated and andof andoC andof
of course If redated at all that was WIIdoni
done by 11 Chinese oiHclals oiHclalsTHE oltlelllTilE ottlellsTIlE
TilE HOPEFUL 1I0J > EPUL SIDE SIDBOn SIDEOn SIDEOn
On the other hand and In support of
the state departments position came cametoday elmetoday cametoday
today a message from another of the thegreat theI1IIt theirat
great Chinese Cblnvlceroyl viceroys Tak at Canton Cantonwho Cantonwho Cantonwho
who took charge ch after Lt Hung Changs ChnRlItpa
departure lItpa rt lire It was U a cablegram from fromConsul frllmCllnul fromConsul
Consul McWade at Canton saying that
Viceroy Tak gives assurance < < that all alltlte allthe allthe
the foreign envoys at Pekln were alive aliveand aliveand 1Ieand
and well on July net netThis 11tThle 21stThis
This It will 111 be seen also Affirmed Affirmedsolemnly ahllrmidsolemnly mnnetlIIOlemnly
solemnly the safety of the legatlonere legatlonereand
and nl1 coming from so many Inan different differentsources dlaerentIIOUrcU differentscurees
sources and from such an Important
Chinese Chin olMclal theee UI dispatches claim claimattention claimttention claimattention
attention
IlCAHS FOR RUSSIANS RUSSIANSSt
St Petersburg July Jul SftIn the opln oplnIon oplnIon opinIon
Ion of Russian general staff th the pro protective protecUve protective ¬
tective force on the railway rallwa between betweenCharblfl betweenCharllln betweenCharbin
Charblfl and TtLlen must be In a critl critlcat criUcal critical
cal position since no definite news ne of ofthe otthe ofthe
the situation there has been received receivedAll
All that is 1 known Is I that the wives wlv and andchildren andblldren andchildren
children of tit the workingmen have fled to toCbarbln toCbrllin toChsrbin
Cbarbln CbarblnThe CbrllinThe ChsrbinThe
The detachment whlhc numbers 200 200were 100werp 200were
were at t the end Dd of June threatened by
11000 ChInese Chine with artillery As A late as asJuly a aJuly asJuly
July 17th It had not been heard of ofeither ofeither ofeither
either at Charbln or Sungarl and It Is Isfeared I Iterecl 15feared
feared that the force has h been anni annihilated annlIIllated anntbUsied ¬
bUsied hilatedCol
Col Artamonoft of the Russian gen general pneral ginseal
eral staff a well known traveler has hasbeen hallbeen hasbeen
been ordered to proceed to Kwang I < wng
Tung and aile then to place himself at the the1disposition thedlJIOIIIUon thedisposition
disposition of the governor rover nor of Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur
DOCTORSJOOD DOCTORS DOCTORSFOOD FOOD TALK TALKSelection TALKSelection TALK1Selection
Selection of Food One nf tho Mot Itn Itniort 1m10rtllnt Imhlortant
10rtllnt iort nl Acti Itl In Iltr 1IfOld IitrOld IltrOld
Old Ir I > r Hanaford of Heading Maas Maassays M MII Mussys
says II In the Messenger Our health healthand llealthand healthand
and physical and nd mental happiness are areso areso re reto
so largely under our personal control controlthat controlthat controlthat
that the proper selection of food should shouldbe houldbe
be and M la I one on of the most Important Importantacts
acts ct8 In life lifeOn UteOn hi hiOn
On this subject I may say that I
know of no food unual In digestibility digestibilityand dl < < eIUblllt eIUbllltand
and more powerful In point of nutri nutriment nutrlment nutrimint ¬
ment than the tim modern OrapeXute OrapeXutefour Orape ut utfour
four hasping teaspoons poon of which Is I suffi sufficient sufticleat uft uftdIDt ¬
cleat for the cereal part lrt of a meal and andexperience andxperWnce andexperience
experience demonstrates that the user userta urrecltl userII
ta perfectly recltl nourished from one on meal to toanother toaROC toanother
another anotherI aROC
aROCI
I am convinced that tbe extensive extensiveand extveand
and general neral use u of high cla class foods of ofthis ofthl ofthi
this character would Incl incrtapt nervate th the term termof termof
of human lite ill add dd to the sum total of ofhapplnei orhapplnPIII ofhappiness
happlnei nnd very cnnil conINalJIY > i < ribly Im Improvi 1mIlro imProt
provi Ilro Rorlety IOXIII In general nnal 1 urn free to tomention tlmfnllon tomnttnn
mention the food for I personally know knowof
of l itA aluc alucJrajNum altlOrbjl aiimraNuti
Orbjl < JrajNum SUI II food An IM 1 > u < l Iv t y baton batonIn be beIn
In rrm IHr > 1M nr r adult It in umly cooked cookedCM
CM n b be served rv inwaoliy either com with withcream withor withcream
cream or with hot water or hot milk milkpoured milkJIOU tniikpoured
poured JIOU < I over ov All sort of pudding and andfancy andfancy nd ndfanr
fancy fanr dluhe can an be made with lth Oral OraNut rai
Nut The Th food Is I concentrated ami amiry Itn Itnry ttndty
< ry economical for fnur heaping < < tsa tsai tMAI tISina
AI i ina fl nr > iuffUknt fur th tbS < aNSI part partf
of < f a meal
of
CHINESE TROUBLE TROUBLESPREADING TROUBLESPREADING TROUBLE8PREADIM1
SPREADING SOUTH SOUTHHongkong SOUTHHong SOUTHHongoa
Hongkong Hong oo Is s Full of o Refugees RefugeesWho Refu RefugoosWho eos eosWho
Who Call for Atd AidMT AtdW AtdVNT
W MT AMERICAN WARSHIP WARSHIPtlilntie V lSllIP lSllIPlIllIue I11P I11Ptitinepo
tlilntie Governor of hal Von ntl II Sajr ifllile ifllileJllllllot aye lie lieCannot lieCmiiiito
Cannot 1roicci foreigner IlorelllUt1uLUIIer l1ureigsIerILou foreignerLonger
Longer LongerNew LUIIerNew Lou c r rNew
New York July MA A special to the theJournal thtJournl theJournal
Journal and nd Advertiser Advrt from Hongkong Hongkongsays UOlIkonya
says saysConsul saysConsul ya yaColUul
Consul General Wild WlldlltlN man has been In Informed Intormecl inConned
formed that the Chinese Chi governor covtt or of the theIsland tb tb1Ind theIsland
Island of Hal Nan has served notice on onthe ontb onthe
the tb consuls that he h te II unable ttn naltt bti to prOtect pmtecthe prOtectthe ltect ltectthe
the foreigners any n1 longer longerThe 10000rThe longerThe
The American missions have appealed appealedto a peledto
to Consul Wlldman to send a war ship shipto hlpto
to Hoi How to bring away aw the th foreign foreignera
era n
eraIt
It Is I believed that three men three threewomen tbreewomen threewomen
women and nd three th children belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the American Presbyterian boards min minikin milIon misslun ¬
Ion at Nodoa Hal Nan hive been beenmurdered beenmurdred beenmurdered
murdered by Chinese ChiD Imperial troops troopsTh trOCl troopTh l lTh
Th last news from there was WI dated datedJuly dtpdJuly datedJuly
July 12 at which time they repelled the theattack thtaUack theattack
attack of the Iloxers IloxersHongkong lJoxeralIonkonl IloxersIlongkong
Hongkong is full of refugees An out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
break Is I expected on the West ut river riverOIJX rIverm riveral
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Pressj PrelIneral Ocneral Dorward the Urltlsh Urltlshcommander UrlUhornmauder lirltlshccrnniaimdr
commander has sent nt to 0 the American Americanecn Americanconniander
ecn conniander mander a letter In which he says saysI III IIIdome
I dome to express IXl the high appre appreciation approclUon appreelation ¬
elation bf f the th British troops troo of the hon honor honor honor ¬
or done them In serving alongside of oftheir oftbplr oftheir
their comrades In the American army armyand arm armncl armyanti
and ncl of the high honor accorded me In Inhaving Inbvln inhaving
having bvln them under my command commandI
I blame myself f fnr < r the mistake made madeIn
In taking their position by the Ninth Ninthlegtment NinthIellmtnt Ninthmeglment
legtment not remembering that troops troopsfr trooprrlh troopsfresh
fr fresh sh to the scene of action and hur hurried hurrled hurrisd ¬
ried forward In the excitement of at attack attack attack ¬
tack v ere likely to lose their way Still Stillthe Stilith Stillthe
the th position they the > took and nd gallantly gallantlystuck gallantlyetuck allantlyItuck
stuck to all 1 day da undoubtedly prv prtvlnted prtvlntedlIar nted nteda
a lIar large body of the enemy from turning turningthe turnlnthe
the right of the attacking ttckln force and In InflitilnR inflitting I
flitting serious rlou loss on the French and andJapanese IInllJneM mindJapanese
Japanese JapaneseCencral JapaneseGencral I
Cencral C Dorward also 110 expressed his hissympathy hi hihlpth hissynmpathy
sympathy hlpth with the Americans In the tbeloss thelOll theloss
loss of Colonel Llscum commander of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the regiment and Captain Davis of the themarine themarine themarine
marine corps lie commended Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
ant Butler and Lieutenant Leonard of oflite ottup oftUe
lite oailne corps and Lluuteaant Law Lawton Lawtfln Lawton
ton cf c f the regiment and praised Lieu Lieutenant LieutelInt Lieutenant
tenant Colonel Coolidge for bill skilful skilfulmanagement ikiifulmanagement kllfulmanagemnt
management of the regiment
WliorcnliuiitH im ctcnltoit t of ofNew 1ftjlollnrloN iait intinrictNew I
New > York July 2 2The The letters leU from frommissionaries trommllonMI frommlssionries
missionaries In north China which have havebevn havebe havebeii
bevn be received recently throw light upon upontho uponthe
the 0 i lrldMltberfaoou > recJa whereabouts of If several mtS mtSUiiKiUM nil nilllII nihlIuIufrM
UiiKiUM llII I about nom there ha has been bHnuiiccrtnlnty beenuoeertninty n nu
uiiccrtnlnty u < < rtRllity It Is I now known that thatrev lhatHeY thatRev
rev Horace PHkln Mini 1111II Annie A AOould AJuld AOiuld
Oould Juld and 111 Miss II Mary t4t ri Morrlll of the theAmerican theAmerica theAmerican
American board Congregational were werewhen werewhen re rewhen
when communication uus IUI cut at Pat PauTin PaoTit PatTing
Tin Ting Pu Rev and Mrs 11 William P PSprague 11SprarUt PSprague
Sprague were at Kalgun and nd It Is I be believed belIevell believed ¬
lieved they the > can escape through lbs Russian RuIantrrttory ¬
sian Iantrrttory territory All those connected with withthe withthe withthe
the Congregational college at Tung TungCho TungCho TungCho
Cho Rev Dr Chauncey Goodrich his hiswife billwlte hiswife
wife and three children Dr James H HIngram nIllrram IiIngram
Ingram his hi wife and nd two children Ilev IlevR He HeE 11evl
R l a 1 Tewksbury his hi wife and nd two twochildren twochildren twochIldren
children Rev Howard S Gait and andwife andwlCe andwife
wife and Miss Mary B Andrews Miss MissJane MluJane MissJane
Jane O Evans Miss Abbie G ChopIn ChaplnJllM ChapIn111Ii ChopIn3tlmsi
JllM Luella Miner and Miss V C Mur Murdock Murdock Murdock
dock M I D were taken to Pekln under underescort undertIIcort underescort
escort Besides elldl those stationed at Tung TungCho TutlgVbo TungCho
Cho there were w re several other Congre Congregational Congreratlona Congregational ¬
gational missionaries there at the time timethe timetbe timethe
the Boxer outbreak occurred attending attendingtbe
the annual meeting of the North orth China Chinamission Chinamlulon Chinamission
mission Among Amon those known to have haveattended havettendCd haveattended
attended this meeting from other points pointswere polnllweno pointswere
were Rev and Mrs F M I Cbapln Cba ln of ofLin of1ln ofIAn
IAn Chin Dr and nd Mrs Arthur If HSmith IfAmlth IfSmith
Smith and the Misses II Roberts and nd Rev RevMark He HeMark RevMark
Mark Wllllame of Kalgan Thet > e went wentto
to Pekln for safety safetyLetter I8rtyLettCMI safetyLettere
Letter from Miss MI Meranda Croucher Croucherand
and the lice Frederick Brown received receivedtit
tit the offices of the Methodist mission missionary
ary society uclet indicate those who escaped escapedfrom elea eleafrom escapedfrom
from Pekln and nd those who hu could not get getaway retaw getaway
away awayRev aw awayRev
awl Rev l v George R Davis vl Rev Frederick FrederickD
D I Oamewell Dr George D I N Lowery Loweryand
and Rev 11 W V F Walker Mr lr Charlotte CharlotteM
M Jewel and Dr Edna d Terry TfT are areamonR areamonlt areamong
among those taken to Iekln There Therehave Therehave Therehave
have Wn various rumors as a to Miss MissTerrys MissTerrys II IITnryl
Terrys fate one being to the effect effectthat etrocttbat effectthat
that she l1e was murdered This Is I the theflrst UIIftnt thefirst
first definite den nile news that she hp was In Pe Pekln Iekin 1 1kin ¬
kin Among monw those who left Pekln on onthe 011the ontIme
the last train to go o to Tien Fain before beforethe beforetbe beforethe
the line wa torn up were Miss Miranda MirandaCroucher MirandaCroucher lII1DdCroucher
Croucher Miss > 1 iss Anna A na D Qlonx GlO Miss III Ida IdaM Id Idt
M t Stevenson Rev J H Pykv > ykll Rev J JFrederick JJlrederlk Jrederiek
Frederick Haynes Jayne Rev Dr N S Hop Hopkins 1op 1opkIn flopkini
kins kIn and 111 Rev Frederick Frrlck Brown
A TUUUIMIIC Tim IUJ1 ICXPKUIICNCK ICXPKUIICNCKPeter JCX 1lCm IC
OIC OICIctor
Peter Ictor Hinltli 1IIIh In Swept SWOlt In II the Drain DraintKC Urall Urallnc Irnlingc
tKC Canal Mnclhtrniu MnclhtrniuChicago hielitrniiiChicago acl lrol lrolChlcat
Chicago Chlcat July M 21Drawn Drawn Into the themaelstrom Ulemaeltrm themaelstrom
maelstrom maeltrm of the great Irt windage wtndag basin basinof bln blnof
of the drainage dralnle cans canal at Lockport car carried crl1ed eartied ¬
tied twenty feet ee beneath beath the surface Irtace In Inthe Inthe Intlte
the whirlpool whirlpl ruling rllnr again only to be becaught b becaught
caught cuht by the current curnt that was Wi pouring pouringhundreds pourlnhundre pouringhundreds
hundreds hundre of thousands of cubic feet ft of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water Into the valley below blow and nd hurled hurledthrough hurledthroUlh hurledthrough
through the great at sluice Iulle gate opening openingand oJnln oJnlnand
and carried carrl NO 1 feet tet through the foam foamIng fom fomInr foamIng
Ing rapids of the open channel to be beAnally befnall befinally
Anally fnall rescued lued alive alv and nd In a fair way wayto w wto wayto
to recovery rever was the experience xprenC of Peter PeterSmith pterImlth PeterSmith
Smith of Jollet JolletMichael JollptIcbul JolletMichael
Michael Ryan who is I superintending superintendingthe lupelntendlng lupelntendlngthe
the work at the controlllnR ottrola works ok and andhis an anhis
his 1 assistant John Herman lern escaped the thesame theme thesame
same me twrlloui Journey jurny by b the th 1p narrowest narrowestmargin Jfwet Jfwetman narrowestmargin
margin marginThe man manTe marginrite
The Te whirlpool whirlpl In the tht windage wlnge basin basinhad blnbd basinhad
had bd been caused r ul by y the raising of the thebear tl tlbar thebear
bear bar trap dam and the opening opnlnr of o the thesluice tbeIulce thesluice
sluice gates rtl through throulh which hlch It Was I orig originally ol1rInaly origlnaiiy ¬
inally Inaly Intended Intende that the greater IrIer portion portionof prtion prtionof
of the N0eoo 10 cubic cubr feet of water watershould watershould atr atrbould
should flow low every I minute The Th ru bear beartrap b beartrap
trap has been bn raised rail above the surface surfaceof ra
of the basin baln In order that the big bll force forceof ore orear
of men working on the th falM falt work of the theproposed theP thepropoited
proposed P d suspension UpeMOh bridge brlda could uld pro proceed proc procaM ¬
caM c with h the operations without wihot en endangering eRca endaugering ¬
dangering ca rtn their UTM UTMSmith 1 llveuSmith
Smith Ryan and nd Herman were In a aboat abt ahost
boat bt crossing cNln over th the basin Iea anti had hadtheir hadthr hadtheir
an
thr their backs bck to the tI whirlpool wblrl Suddenly Suddenlytbe Suddflrth
strom stromHerman stromherman the th trtl trtlHemn boat bt was a sucked uck Into the mael maelstrom ml mltrtl macistrom ¬
Herman Hemn and an Hyan sprang Illnr Into th thwater thwate the thewater
water wate and swam to the shore but Smith Smithwas Imlh Imlhtiln Smithwan
was thrown tiln by b the force for of the whirling wltrln wltrlnbt
boat bt Into the whirlpool whIrlpl disappearing IUIPPrlnl
from sight lhllntlnUy lhllntlnUyDwn Instantly InstantlyDown instantlyDown
Down Dwn through twenty feet of water waterhe watfrhIMt vatrhe
he hIMt shot With lb tremendous trmeDduu foroe to he h was wascaught wa waaut wascau
caught cau aut ht by the current and Re hurled hurledthrough burle hurledthrough
through tbrh the thl gates atf Luckily Iukl hid hI hi knee kneewuft kne kneewa
wuft the only fnl part of his body b to come m In Incintact Inntact inintact
intact < with wih any In lt of < > f the masonry mlonf other othernine othe otheriIe
nine I he ht urtilnly 1rlllnIY would have 11e been been1i b beencilid R RcruhJ
cruhJ 10 dtth dtthhIuIsw < 1i nth nthw
lw hIuIsw w th tit < < gate he was 8 caught raugh In the
She bt he HU l the Ibt fond Mother of a fine fne
baby bly But it was I a crtng Cing baby hby She Sheunclothed hueand he heUDClotted
unclothed it itand itnd itC
UDClotted
and nd looked 1 e for forpins fo
4 pins Nothing Nothingwai Nobag Nobagwa Nothingunclothed
C wai pn hurtlug huullt it itShe itI
I She looked loke to tothe tothe toI
I the babys babysfood
bb bbfo b7brs b7brssweet
food fo U was wassweet W
sweet and andwholesome ald aldh andstill
wholesome wholesomeBut h 0 I UOlte UOlteBt
But Bt tbe te baby babystill bb bbII
still II cried ana anawailed anLwailed
ut
wailed wle el Then Thenshe Thensbeealldth
she sbeealldth sbeealldthtLoctor called elt the thedoctor L
doctor octor He 1 lieexamined Heexamined
a examined nmide the theclAkl theclAhvI theclAld
clAkl clAhvI av vY Mid MidstarvsUoa a saidstanJoo
starvsUoa
t
The 1 Te child chilI is i erring elA for fo food fo foodsaid I J But ButMid B BI
Mid I t theuiother the moibar IM Mt I it has iasall all II the te th fool fo it itwill itwl Itwill
will wl take The Te question quelln of starva starvation araa araation ¬
tion ton replied Il the Ul doctor dor I is i not n I bow bowutuch 1w 1wauch howutuch
utuch auch food fod is i taken tke but how much it i as asaunlltted I asIUIlItd
aunlltted lllted and al met to t nourish turlah the body bodrPain b
Pain Iln in the tb body b p is i often ofen only the Ue out outcry ot otey outcry ¬
cry ey of olraiol starvation You eat es enough enal but butthe bt btte butthe
the te stomach ItoUch is I not doing doln its work worl and andthe aiidthe d dthe
the nervous nen system U I starving Put the thestomach te thestomach I
stomach Ia right rt and u the te pain Jin will m cease ceasetogether c ceaseto5ether
together toeter with w 1th UI the uncomfortable uncforble conse consequences cal consequence ¬
quences quec of the th condition caiton There i ha no nomedicine 10 10mecne nomedIcine
medicine mecne made m which whch can cn equM fll Doctor DoctorPierces Dor Dorlierc DoctorPierces
Pierces lierc Golden Glde Medical Melcat Discovery Dsve In Intbe Inth Inthe
the th quickness qlckn of o its iL action aton on tbe atom stomach ao atomant ¬
ant ah It I cures Cr diseases di sesses of the di dijelhe dijelhean digestive digestiveand estire estireand
and nutritive system increases the
an nutrtve incr ac action a mction ¬
tion of o the bloodinakin bl Jkinl glands Ki and andse andso
so 1 induces iuduc a proper ppr and perfect distri distribution dil diatributlost ¬
bution bto of o the necessary aerv nourishment nourishmentto noumenl noumenlt
to t blood blo and ald bone b nerve ner and at muscle musclethroughout mlle mllet1rfbout musclethroughout
throughout t1rfbout the te whole wble body bly There Te is isno i iao isno
no alcohol aco opium or o other oth r narcotic natc con contained C contamed ¬
tamed tain in it Golden Gd ot Medical eicl Discovery Dlv
1 with wh to My is to the world thai Dr Pierces PlcrceiOoldn Pi PiercesGoides
Ooldn 01 Medial Mei Oiteortry DIr ha proved prr a irct t
blntinc to t m1 l lee writes wt Mr Ellen HI a K Bacon Icn of ofMmtnnury ofhntrbury
Mmtnnury Mmklur Franklin alia Co C M Mn 1 M a I firmly lnly knit knitbiiieye 0
Wlltre III I rtiould 101 be b la I a vrn rl had bc Matt Ite BOW 1011 1011ha Ul Ulhad 11
had ha sol D s liken II i Prior P to t Hrptrmhrr nl r 18971 11 ii I hid hidlioctorrcl hi biddoctored
doctored o < d for fo my l rtosuch ah trouble I p ruu bl or rvtnl aYI aYIyllr aevniiyeses < rvtnlyean
yean goine oinr throurt thn a count ure r ortrrilmtat of Iratmet Iratmetot with without wlhOut ¬
out ot yllr mar alY rtal btnrst budt la II September ipmbr i 11 g61 f had hadwry bd bdr lidvety
wry r sick tk spelt lpl an and n4 ftrw I wont W could rld ml et hut hutlittle bt btIltle butlittle
Iltle little leonmtsctd Jella Is aepirmber 11phb il 11 i 7toUki 7toUkiOr t to take I
Dr ritrcti Ilerltat mcdldae and Ild In ii i ihon II0 tine 1m t fe could couldrat ceuldealsidwork
rat e ealsidwork aid work wok 1 Xbangaisedtweutypuuiaimia Xbangaisedtweutypuuiaimiatwo have emu < tweuty iweut pounds 13 13two i ihl I
two hl mouth mouthrapids niuutksrapid ti tirpld p p I
I
rapids and nd carried cred KM J feet ftt through the theswirling tbewlrln theswirling
swirling wlrln turbulent lurulpnt waters wat n tossed tOe about aboutlike aboutlike boutlke
like lke a rubber ball ballFinally bal ballFinally
Finally Jnaly Smiths Slb feet struck the rooks rooksIn rka rkaIn rookIn
In the tbt shallows hlowa and he managed manae to hold holdOH holdon
OH 0 until unti rescuers rcuelll reached rchd him himSMALLPOX himSlIIJIUX himSMtiahlOX
SMALLPOX SPHKADS SPHKADSHuport SPIIIAfSItoport HHMnS HHMnSI I
Huport HOIrt otho of the lsons 11 e nt Ciipo Cn 10 Nome Nomemid Ol Olnlil OIiI OIiIantI <
mid nlil KUoulierc KUouliercVictoria IsolIero IsolIeroYlctGrl lflsowlsereVictoria
Victoria B C July Jlly z 288mlpx 288mlpxbaa 26Smallpox 26Smallpoxhas 8mallpox 8mallpoxhas
has come out from frm Nome notwith notwithstanding notwlk notwithstanding ¬
standing the vigorous vloru quarantine qualBnIDe ac according ac according ¬
cording to the report given Ien by ly the pas paseenaers p psij psijaengers
eenaers lelll on the Manauense which hu huarrived ha haaarrived
arrived urlve from frm St Michaels MichaelsWhen MiehaelaWhen lchell
When they were ere at Dutch Harbor Harborwhere Harborwbere harborwhere
where they delayed three thf days owing ow In to toa t toa
a coal col famine the pasenger pUPDer had a re report r report ¬
port that a man who ho swam ashore ashorefrom uhr ashorefrom
from p a schooner Iboone off of Inalaska rnallk had hadspread hdprad hadspread
spread prad the disease dl there thr One case cal was wasreported w wreprled wasreported I
I
reported reportedThe reprled
The Manauense fnllen reports rport that a stamp stampede Itmpede stamppad ¬
pede took place July Jul IS from trm StMlchaela StMlchaelato StIcbel
to a point pint ten miles mie from the city citywhere citywhe citywhere
where whe told bearing bear In sand lnd wu said to tohave tohae tohave
have hae been ben discovered dllver Many returned returnedthat returne
that night nlbt and reported reprted that they tbe had hadfound haCtound hadfound
found little IUe gold old
C R Clow of rt Chicago Chlco a passenger passengercame p n r rcme
came from frm Koyukuk Koykk district dltrlcl When hn he heleft heleft e elel
left lel then on July Jul Klh there thert were about aboutGOO abut
GOO 6 people In the district districtThe dllulcTh districtThe
The Nome Oold Digger of July Jul 7 says saysQuarantine saysQuarantine
Quarantine Officer ofcr Cat said Ild last night nightthat nlhttht nightthat
that notwithstanding notwUhtandln all reports repor there therewere threwe therewere
were we but thirteen thirten oases Dl now In the thesmallpox Ih Ihlalpox theimalipox
smallpox lalpox hospital bpJaJ This Thl Is I exact xC he hesaid hI hesaid
said Id Seventeen vent n wee wee reported reporte reportednot fcut fcutnot lut lutnot
not verified rll The one man Who wh died diedwas die diedwe
was Wi W WormMey Worm ley of Texas TexasNumerous Tex TexNumerou TexasNumerous
Numerous Numerou Ksfclmos l lmol hereabouts herebut art artaffected areaffected r rtretld
affected tretld with wih a curious disease dl much muchlike muh muhlke muchlike
like lke the Influensa or grip flp which Whih has hasAlready bt btIready hasalready
Already caused caet several everal deaths dtth and andthreatens ad adthrIh andthreatens
threatens thrIh to be fatal with many mn > others othersIt othenI oilierIt
It I Is I the tb same disease dleal apparently all NnUy that thatattacked thatatacke thatattacked
attacked atacke the natives naUve at t Point Harrow Harrowand Drrow Drrowand Jkrrowand
and across ACI from the Dlomedes on the theSlberisnshore theSibrlnhor theSlbrianhore
Slberisnshore Sibrlnhor n few t months ago agoTIII1 ag agm agoriii
TIII1 m CUBAN oun CUHANPIItUlS CUHANPIItUlSNcclo FRAUDS FRAUDSXcoloyo I HUUScclo1
Ncclo Xcoloyo > a Then Will Wi ill Amount mount to Nonr Nonrly ulr ulrI
ly I > 150000 150000Washington I UtO000SaOington lOOOO lOOOOWaIlnron
Washington WaIlnron July 25The ostmas potmater poitmaster > ostmaster ¬
ter general rneral has h made public publc the report reportof
of Fourth Assistant Aalltan Postmaster Gee Oenera Oneral Geecmi
era eral lirlstow Urtow who Investigated InveUal th thCuban the thtcben theubn
Cuban cben postal otel frauds frud Mr r t Hrlstow Hrlstowfinds Urttownud ilrlstowlinde
finds that Neeleys NeeltY embesslemenls embllemenu ag aggregated a aIpted aggreated ¬
gregated Ipted at least J1317U and ab says y hwit he hewdc h hwrtc
wrtc wit justified In recommending remmfDdnl the re removal reInova yeinovsl ¬
moval Inova of Director Dirtor General Rathbone RathboneWhether Rtbbne RtbbneWhether Rathbonethether
Whether or not the th latter latr was a guilty guiltywith fJy fJywith guiltywith
with Neeley he says that there can b bno b be beno
no doubt that In the matter mter of author authorised authorlied uthorIu ¬
lied Iu per pr diem allowance alowlnee of personal personalcxotfittcs pnaal pnaalCJII personalcXDenc5
cxotfittcs CJII and warrants cashed che and ac accounted accountld accounted <
counted for he unlawfully unlawCU appropriated appropriatedto aprPriAted aprPriAtedto
to use u the Itl money of the United States StatesFor Stat 8tatlr i iFur
For lr tli II tiis Mr r Brlitow says he I it believes believesMr blee
Mr Iathbon Jathbnl should be b required rulr to toanswer tonc toanswer
answer answerThe answerThe nc
The report rprt says I that tht no accounts CDt of ofthe otthe ofthe
the unbonded unbnded iMstmaster were wreluIM re required reiulred ¬
quired remittance rnllUncp being blnr entered IntM as ascash uch ascuh
cash sales ael and the only ol Information Informationthe InCoratlon InCoratlontbe
the tb auditors aU6IM ottlce olce had h of these U trans transactions tranlachon transactions ¬
actions came from Neeley lle himself himselfThere blmleltThor himselfTiter
Thor There wak w no check hek whatever on his histransactions hi hiFrom hitiiteactions
transactions Prom the th accounts cunt cuntIned as assigned uaigned
signed Ined the report Iprt says y ys tbe th tb minimum minimumof
of Neeley Nlley embesslements prbIImlnt may ma be besummarised beummaraed besummarized
summarized as A follows followsShortarr 10101 10101ihortar followsShortage
Shortage ihortar as shovin ho n by his hi own pee records r peeorili ¬
ords ora JI ruI00 0WO excess of credit ci by des destruction df destruetlots ¬
truction treUoh of surcharged IUIhar statements statementsdefinitely statementstIeInite1y tmenhl tmenhlfalel
MJ1TU definitely falel ascertained urtalnt 1191111 1111 total totalMJ1TU totl totlStn total1S17I2
Stn
This T will 11 be b Increased Increu by b the th dIscos discovery dlleot dIscoscry ¬
cry t of o Mies of surcharged urhar stamps tam but butwilt butwi butwill
gate gateThi galeTb wilt wi not exceed tc 150000 00 in 1f the te agaTe aggregate al agaTegale e epte ¬
pteT Thi T > nnort rMrt say IYI that Rathbone Ratbbne ap appointed anpointed p ¬
pointed Neeley who had custody cuodY of the thestamps Ibptm thetampi
stamps pinted tm Reeves Uep the only oe man Ian who whocoud whocoud ho hoclud
coud have a cheik Ch lk on Neeleys 1 trans transactions tran transactions ¬
actions acto and D Warneld Waeld chief cbl of the theBureau tb tbbuu thebureau
Bureau of registration 111trUon a commission cIlulon to todestro todllto todestroy
destroy dllto the surcharged ullap stamp of ofwhich otblcb ofwhich
which blcb Neeley bad 1000 520a sad that tat Nee Neeey Set NecIcy
Iy ey and Reeves HpPvl entered eatr Into a conspira conspiracy ¬
cy C to report rpprt a larger quantity quantt of ofstamps ofstsmw
stamps destroyidHut tamlN destroyed 4elror d than tha were we actually actuallydestroyid actuallydestroyed ctuily ctuilydltryd
destroyed
Hut Ht the report reprt says ay Neeleys HI fraudu frauduent rraudulent frandulent I
lent transaction were pn not nt confined calne to tothese totbl tothese I
these tbl embesslenxnis lllemntl and C while the theamounts the1Ollnts thealuuunta
amounts were small compared compr with wih the theUtter th thelatter
Utter they tb the iho ihow the Ih same m declivity delVty and andutter ad adute andutter
utter ute disregard for flr Interest of the th pub pubic pubII publie ¬
II lie ic service serviceThe serviceThe rvlce rvlceTIe
The report reort al aien o calls attention atelon att ntlon to a awarrant awrllt aWSrriiit
warrant wrllt for ioo O Oi drawn by Rathbone Rathbonelune IthbonfJune hlathboneJune
June 30 3 itt 1 for fu which no accounting accountingwas cuatlag cuatlagmlde
was made mlde and another aothe MM warrant warrantwas wrnhtI warrantwas
was I dMwn dW in May IY It I says saysThen saysThei
Then r stands tand against arah him therefore thereforehe thetore thetoretht
he tht charge of unlawfully Utla wfuly appropriat appropriatng PPIrtt PPIrttIng
big ng U 1 1OuO M > of the Cuban Cubn postal ptal funds tRd for forits rorhi forhis
its hi own use useThe u uTh useThe
The teport tepr alec all calls cl attention ateUo to tomany tomn tomany
many mn other extxnses 6on by b Rathbone Rtbbne for forwhich forwhic forwhich
which whic no voucher were e Died Iled although althoughht athoulh athoulht
t the ht > could culd h have < tve been ben easily lly obtained obtainedTor obtainedFor
For r some Ime month miscellaneous miscellaneousHnses mUheul x xI xiases
Hnses I aggregated OJtpte < as 8 much as I asSuch > v vlueh 0 0Suah >
Such Items Ieml s as repairs IMO 11 freight freight4M rrpl hl
4M 4 Reeves ne explained pXIlalne expiained that he hI panned pannedetwh 1 PasPdsuch I Iuh
such uh Recount IMnt i bersue bpr they had b 101 101llwed bti btiallowed H Hallowed
allowed llwed by the director dlror general nerar Th Threport Thtprt Tbreport < >
report tprt does dO not < red rtIt redit It this tl saying sayingThe 1lng 1lngTh sayingTb
Tb The Th evidence evdenr Is I too to strong trnr of collu collusion 101 collUabut ¬
abut ne teeves < between betwen Neeley Nel Rathbone Iatbbne anJ anJteeves anJne aniAnother
Another Suit Shil to China ChinaValfejo ChinAVnIIJ ChinaVallilo
Valfejo Cal CI July MOrders Ordera hav havbe ba babn habeen
be bn been VnIIJ n received rived at Mare Rre Island to fit ft t ui uihe uithe i >
the U 8 a S Mohican > for fo duty on onChin tl tlChinese tbChin <
Chinese Chin Chin station and nd to have M her hfr In r co codition n nItlon ndlton
Itlon dlton to sail Illn In Mven ven days d at a the tJe most moitt m lt ltI
I It t wfll wf take wwitytwe Htyt8 days da1 for th thlohloan thlohIDIU tbMohican
Mohican to make mke the trip tl > and a a aa MI MIR idIN b bII
II IN R one of the ti very eo tk old < U snips h of the navy navyMrprtae J nevyacme
le acme Mrprtae irrtt hi expreSsed u at t her Ir being beingto bng bngeree beingGedered
Gedered to take su such h a lent crude
eree
BOTH SIDES REST RESTON RESTON RESTON
ON THEIR ARMS ARMSArmUtlcaAjreid ARMSArmlsttc ARMSArmistlcu
Armlsttc ArmUtlcaAjreid rfd red on by Hostile HostileArmlas Hoste HosteArmIes HostilsArmls
ArmIes at Panama PanamaFIGHTING PanamaJ Panumo1W1P1NO
J
FIGHTING 1 1J11NO VAS UKSPBKATE UKSPBKATEClllzon lKSl HNl HNlCII1onl
Clllzon CII1onl of Ianniiiii lAII8U1 ItellMed lelftl At the theltrl tlo tloihler limolirief
ihler ltrl lirief rile Ihple lteapitti > lte from roU 11011110 11011110rrlllfut nliootimmg0terilnielmi MiuotlnsCot MiuotlnsCotoriiiiiritt
oriiiiiritt rrlllfut llcliirorceiuenu llcliirorceiuenuNew cluforelllil cluforelllilNw
New York July M 26A A dispatch to tothe totbe tothe
the Herald Ufld from Panama Pnam July 25 says aaysFlchtlnff saysItighting r rFJUI
Flchtlnff FJUI between the government governmentroops governmenttroop overnmnttrp
troops trp and the tb revolutionists which be began b beIan ¬
Ian an early yesterday retry morning marnln when the therebels tbertbl therebel
rebels rtbl attacked stlcke the outskirts of Panama Panamacontinued humaont Panamacontinued
continued ont d all 1 night nlbt with wlb heavy heav casual casuallie
lie iu on both btb side sldssKtforts sideEfforts d dHor
Efforts Hor begun b yesterday eter to bring bringabout bringabllt bringabout
about abllt an armistice armltC in II order that the thedead thedead thedead
dead might be b burled bure and nd the tb wounded woundedcollected woundedcolloted woundedcoitctid
collected colloted were Ir kept kPt up during durl the night nlgbtand nlhtnd nightand
and nd proved successful uctulthl this morning morningIt morn In InI
It I was w agreed ar by the tb leaders that thsthostilities ththotIU thathostilities
hostilities hotIU should be b suspended upnded for fortwelve forIwelve fortwelve
twelve hours hourJ so 1 that each ech side ml mlcbl mlcblc mishicare ht htcare
care c for Its I dead and wounded woundedAfter woundedAfter oundet
After Af r firing nrl had hd ceased caed under thin thinagreement thllIcrHmenl thisagreement
agreement Heseklah Ineklh A Oudger Ou < r the theAmerican theAmerican
American consul conullner general and the Brit British RrltIh Pritlab ¬
lab consul acting actlg In behalf of the en entire entre entire ¬ 1
tire tre consular corps Cf had a long lonf and
Important conference with wih the revolu revolutionary reolu revolutionafl ¬
tionary leaders ledel Through their Inter Intervention intervenUon ¬
vention venn both side consented conllente to extend extendthe ltend ltendtht extendthe
the tht armistice rltl until untl noon non tomorrow
The consuls are using uln ever every effort to toprevent toprevat toprevent
prevent a bombardment bmbrment of the city ciy by
the Insurgents Consul Oudger Oudlrplan is I es especially eapecially ¬
pecially plan active In this work because bcue of ofthe orthe ofthe
the treaty tat obligations which require requirethe
the United Unite Slates 11nte to Insure the neu neutrality neuIram neetrality ¬
trality of the Isthmus Ithmu of Panama and andproserve andIr andpreserve
preserve railroads Ir rve freedom lrdon of transit tran1 on the therailroads tberilrod therailroads
railroadsOen rilrod
left Campo Cm 2 Zrrano Zerrano > rrano governor Jovenor of
Panama Plam ha hu arrived anlve In Colon wih wihMO with with1WO
1WO MO troops from Barranqullla rranqula He I Is Isxpacted IIllltd isexgacted
xpacted llltd to reach recb Panama with wih these theserenlforcements theerelforcmentll theserenitoreements
renlforcements relforcmentll during the night
The armistice amltlre has habrouht brought great ret re reUd re11cC ¬
lief to the panicstricken cttlsens citiz ns of
Panama It has hl enabled them to ap appear appear p ppr ¬
pear pr In the streets with wlb safety aCet which whichcould whlcbcould whichcould
could not be b done while whie the firing Irtn con continued continued continued ¬
tinued for stray bullets bulet were constant constantly oontnt oontntI ¬
ly I > dropping In the city Several persons personswere peronwere
were wounded by these tbH bullets bulletsThe bule bulletiThe 11
The ambulance ambulanc corps corl from the British Britishcruiser Uritishcruiser
cruiser crlr Leander Jlnde which was W8 asked lke by
the government lo help h 11 In attendant attendantupon atenda atendau
upon u n the te wounded landed this thl morn mornIng mornIn morning
Ing In and rendered valuable assistance assistanceEvery aultnc assistanceEvery
Every physician In the tbl city ciy sisters IJtel of ofcharity ofcharlr ofcharity
charity charlr and nl1 many private cltlsens cltlsensJoined ctlna ctlnaJoine citisensjoined
Joined Joine In this Ib work wrk
Fighting FIRhtlnf became bam desperate deprt several severaltimes lever severaltines I Itmel
times tmel during dUrtnl the night and both bth the theregulars therul theregulars
regulars rul and Insurgent Inlr8 nt lost lot heavily In Inofficers Inomcara inoflicers
officers Among the revolutionists revolutionistskilled revolutonl revolutonlkiled
killed kiled were u Generals Gr ral Temlstoclcs Tlmltodf Dlas Dlasand DI DIand Iiaiand
and Joarquln Joruln on the government side sideCol sideCcii Id IdCQt
Col CQt Barona Brona Majors JaJn Helguln and nd Ro Rolando Rolando Rolando ¬
lando Linares Llnare and Captain Captin Pedro PedroPachto ltro ltroPchl PedroPachlo
Pachto Pchl were wer killed killedProcnrml kie kieIrlcnrot killedIrocuroti
Procnrml Irlcnrot Her or 1ntliers Pnttlnn PnttlnnDes IANlon IANlonDl IsmzdonDes
Des Dl Molnes 1olne la July 28 21Johi 26Joho John Mac MacDonald MacD Mactwnald
Donald D ald a former resident reldent of Creston Crestonla Crton CrtonIa
la while bie In Montana flv fv flva years ago agobecame 110 1101eme agobecame
became 1eme Involved In a quarrel and killed killeda kied kieda
a man Ia He Ie If claimed he acted in self selfdefssjae ll selfdofsase
defssjae d < f He I It was WI convicted of murder murderand murer murerlud murderand
and lud fi sentenced tnce to the penitentiary ltaU for forfi torft forCL
fiIlls
Ills 1 UI daughter luhtr now no II yean riai of o age ageltv ageltv
Jv ltv at I Creston Knowing that tbt ex exSenator e cxSenator
Senator lutor Clark Clak would be at t the tb Demo Democratic Dmo Democritic ¬
critic crti national natonal convention conventio the girl girlraised gIrlraised rl rlra
raised ra enough money loney to buy a ticket ticketand Uc1et Uc1etad ticketand
and ad went to Kansas Kn City She called cUe on onSenator ODSnator onSenator
Senator Snator Clark and told her story f He Hemade Ie Ieaad liemd
made aad her his bl guest CUet and promised rml to tohelp tohep tohelp
help hep her herlAter hrIt herlAter
lAter It after afer Investigation InvtUptan he h In Instructed Inulett institcted ¬
structed ulett his bl hi attorneys tornen In Montana Montil to topreNent topr toprement
preNent pr nt the case to the board bd of par pard pardus
d dus > o al Word reached rrhe here bte today toeSl pr prd that thata tbt
a pardon had been ben granted rnted MacDonald MacDonaldTnigeily MaDnd MaDndTtlell MacDonaldTrugell
Tnigeily Ttlell In II Now Orlimus OrlimusNew UrloAI UrloAIXw OrionosNew
New Orleans Orllnl July Jul M HAbout About S oclock oclockthis oclok oclokthll oclockthis
this morning tmlnl In the th French section atlon of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the city Baptists M tate Thllo colored colord aged aed aedT
75 T was w killed kille and an unknown negro negrowas Jf negrowu
was so 1 badly bl shot alot that he cannot t re recot recor recover
cot cover er
Store Troop Troopafrulu frOll1 from Cuba CulmNew OulmW CubaNew
New W York July Jul Jut M HTh 21The The transport transportCrook trprt trprtrk transportCrook
Crook rk will wi sail 11 today for Cuba Cb to ship shipth shipthemeenbers hlJ
th thtmbf themeenbers member of the th First Jnt United Unie Slate SlateInfantry 8ttu 8ttulrnt Statesiatantjy
Infantry which Is under order to re return r rturn return ¬
lrnt orer
turn to the United States to pret pnollre pnollreror prepare preparefor > are arefor
for foreign forln service icrvlceSlid serviceSlia rlce rlceShot
Slid Permitted Iorml the IiiiioM Inclto luitiutistChlcigo IiiiioMChicago l lChkgo
Chicago Chkgo July 21 HThe 26The The funeral of ofCharles otCharl ofCharles
Charles Charl Newbury a prominent real realestate realGUt realostate
estate GUt dealer dele over oVtr whose buk body by his hiswidow bl blIdow hiswidow
widow stood to guard uard with a revolver reolver to toprevent topvet toprevent
prevent the holding of an Inquest has hastaken batieD hastaken
taken tieD place pl Mrs 1 Newbury was Anal Anally fnal fnally dnaly ¬
ly prevailed prval upon upn to permit prit the Inquest InquestThe IDqUUt InquestThe
The coroner crer had stated he would not notallow n notallow
allow the t funeral tnera to proceed preed unless I h hwas bWI be beWa
was WI flrst permitted to determine the thecause theclt thecaps
lnt pnlte
cause clt of tbe death deth of Newbury whoso whosobody wao whosebody
body by was found In the bath bth tub at t the thefsmlly U thefamily
family fml residence < Monday MondayThe MondayThe ondyTbeeroller
The Tbeeroller coroners Jury found tond that tt death deathwaa datb datbw deathwas
was w caused ul by locomotor loomotor ataxta taxl occur occurIng ocur ocurII occuring
Ing II while b1 Newbury was bathing bathingthe bthln bthlnJhHrnnlll bathingItuOrgnnlzltlgtllt
JhHrnnlll ItuOrgnnlzltlgtllt the thl Flour J1fnr trust TrimtNew Irnlt Irnltew trustNew
New ew Vork ork July M 28At At a meeting meUb of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the reorganisation NrpnlaUn committee commite of the theUnited tbeUnied theUnited
United State Flour lour Milling
Unied MiIn company companytbe oompn oompnthe
the plan for the rehabilitation rehabltaUon of tbe tbecompany tbecompny thecompany
company compny was 1 amended Imlndd In several lveral Im Important 1mPnit Importent ¬
portent Pnit particular affecting tretlnl principal principally prlnclpl prlnclplI ¬
ly I tbe Ut theaznount amount aount of issue IIIUI and nd application applicationof applcton
of the Ue newly twlr created ercatf securities securitiesThe aecuritleThe urltle
The capitalisation cptaUatn of the company compn un under Untier ¬
tier the Ut amended amede plan has h ha been bD reduced reducedfrom rucf reducedfrom
from 23000000 30000 to tU3G TJSO000 This has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been bn effected tttld eeted by reducing tucnl the author authorised authr authrII suthorIstd ¬
ised II Issue ue of first lnt mortgage mlrta i per r cent cntgold tn centgold t twold
gold bonds bdl from trm ftMMOOO 5500 60 to HTMOOO HTMOOOand SUIO 6750000and
and ad of pr preferred ffert + ferrf stork tok from MOMSOOO MOMSOOOto SOO
to JMWOOO SG The proposed prpl Issue of ofcommon orcom ofcommoti
common com m stock has been Mi Increased Incre from fromSS6MMO tr fromL500
SS6MMO 16M L500 lo M600000 M600000Of 4000000Of 8000 8000o
Of o tbe Ut e total authorised autborl Issue lue of of7MOM 36 1
7MOM 750 r gold ld bonds bnd JS4WOOO 1140 83465 a re to t be beIssued 1 beIssued
Issued and nd the remainder lalnd r are re to be hold holdIn hd hdIn holdin
In reserve Nrve to retire tUre prior prio liens on under underlying lnr lnr171nl underlying
lying 171nl property proprlr and d for reorganisation reorganisationpurposes rrp reorganliationpurposes Jton Jtonpur
purposes pur The holders hold of the t prevent preventbonds prueibonds
bonds bnd of o the Flour Fnur Milling Miin company com ll are areto a areto
to II take the tb preferred prpflrrlt Mock In exchange exchangefor exehaR exehaRfor
for their security securityIt Iurl sectiritIt >
It I Is I said that the thl amended amlndd plan Will WillIonstljwtlon wn wnQSETTER willliOSCTLLY1ER
QSETTER CtLUT 5 Biousnos Jrt rit1T rit1TtOlistIItlOil
Ionstljwtlon IonstljwtlonIndication lonMIIJUou lonMIIJUouIn tOlistIItlOilIndlgetIou
Indication Indicationand In llttol
I and andJjspppsltt alitiI aliti1cpepIa
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Jjspppsltt Jjspppslttr 1cpepIareanthatyoej Isplpla Isplpla1SAn
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11 itrn5rh n m malb malbh a c h 1 1v is isp istPHiit
p v k It needs needstt
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STOMACH Ailed > AlledTTE resse resseon t
I5OMACK I1ulRS S dl j jI h hon
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TTE on tmrlag tmrlagT IJ t u uiIDa
I I I M iIDa gelulna T Bulna
reduce rJle the fixed txe chargm charlR including Inlu ln the thoKinking I thesinking h hInking
Kinking fund of 4ooo 4611 annually innuati nOIII to toIUS100 I I8Mio0
IUS100 10 Instead Inlte of W30MO 3 10 a saving In Inthis Intbl inthis
this Item of 175190
SIIO annually annuallyTo annual annualTn
To Htileaeo Jole Military tililiar IIIRr 1rlMMiens 1rlMMiensBan lIllmeJ lIllmeJaD
Ban aD Francslco Janrlo July ttUnder zUle In mstructlons InIretolU instructions
structlons IretolU from tom the war department departmentOen
Gun Shatter Bbar has appointed appinted a board brd of ofofficers ofolr ofomeers
officers which Is I ordered
olr to meet met on oncatJ
Alcatras catJ Island I1an4 today tay to examine exine all allgeneral al allgeneral
general r prisoners rlanen In confinement at atthat atthat
Innement a
that Ilat station aton and submit recommenda recommendations rfommenda rfommendaUol recommendatlotis ¬
tions Uol looking to the release rfh af nf If Much Muchprisoner IUIh IUIhprloner suchprisoners
prisoner prloner an I deserve detrve clemency Th Thboard Thboard Thboard <
board I II is Instructed to make careful carefulInquiry Ilmul IlmulInrulry carctuiInruiry
Inquiry Into the merit mlrl of ia ah > h < HC HCso I isso
so 1 far an a can be done wih with th 1 ll Hht Hhtof iihtof ht htof
of the th record on file Whrn hln i > n > < ili II > tli tlistatement t thstatements h htatempnt
statement will wi be taktn tak1 or f il my wit
WALKERS STORE STOREh STORETS1It
TS1It Shirt Waists wsis at h Half Prices PricesFRIDAY 1ces 1cesFRIDAY S sI
I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYTWO SATURDAYTwo SATURDAYrV
rV LAST DAYS DA YS Much in il
TWO 1 crest CIst has been hll shown showl in influ Int Iiithe
I flu t he > Shirt Waist Wllst selliiu selni at atHnlf It ItHnH itthalf
half Prices hundreds 1IIIhd went wentftway WPlt WPltnwnr siitavny
ftway luster than tllU wo could count countthem COllll COlllltlieiti < OUIt
them almost Ilmost but hit there tlN were werethousands WeO WeOt veioI
thousands t hOlsluls to select selU t from f0I so yon yonmay youIII 1 YP
may III 11111 yet pick icIt as handsome Inullsome a I aitst t tliloSt
waist nlst as on Oi the til I he first frst day tn ttit Tho Thomost 110 110most 7
most charmintr clolmn waists made luule for forthis Ihrthis forthis
this seasons silsons wear wef I Cahill CflW to the Walker WnlwI Store Htolrmnny many just nst recent recently recolt recoltI ¬
ly I Entire J EllI lf ire stock of White Whlo Iiito and J1 Coloral COI01 Shirt Shif Waists regularly regularlypriced legnlnllyIHlccd iegiilailyil1iced
priced 50 cents COlts up tll to 1200 1 each ech two t ivo 0 days ila more moreHALF 1010 1010HALF nioieHALF
HALF THESE PRICES
Mens Ties and andUnderwear andUnderwear andUnderwear
Underwear Reduced ReducedFRIDAY ReducedIPRDAY
FRIDAY IPRDAY AND SATURDAY STURDAY
I I J JA JA < w wA
A new lot of tie t cent along alo by our ourbuyer ourbuer ourbuyer
buyer who I III now In tbe East Elt for a atwodays a1od aIwodays
twodays 1od sale Ie Styles Itl are re Ticks Tek and andFourlnhanda andFaUlnhnd and1ogrInhand
Fourlnhanda FaUlnhnd made of good 0 quality qualitysilks qualty qualtyInk qualitysilks
silks Ink pretty patterns ptt and rd should bld sell sellfor lel sellfor
for He I each two days cyt
ID l cents centsMens centsen centsMens
Mens en balhrlggan bllhrinan shirts hrt and drawer drawernicely dratn dratnnleely drawernicely
nicely finished d esceptlonal s < tolal quality qualty at atWe atBoc
We 5 the garment t to o days dlt
37 12 cents centsWomens centsWomens centsWomens
Womens 125 125 Kid KidGloves KidGloves75c KidOloves75c
Gloves Gloves75c Gloves75cFRIDAY 75c 75cFRIDAY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYAfter SATRDAY SATRDAYArter
After a while In the cooler weather weathersuch weatherneb wether1such
such an a offer ofer as a this t would crowd the theglove thllove theglove
glove love storefor every ery woman finds tnd abun abundant abundat abundash ¬
dash dat use for whi whlif kid gloves lov but there therewill therewill
will 1 be no such underpricing then all allsurplus al allsurplus
surplus Irlu lot lots have hae about abut disappeared disappearedTheee dlppll dlppllTb
Theee Tb ere ar white suede utp pretty prtty soft oC kid kidikln kidkln kidskin
skin quality qulty perfect frftt fitting all 1 the theilaes theII thesties
sties II just to reduce redurt stock Itok somewhat somewhata lomlwhat
a two 0 day sale Ie and Instead of J125 2
75 cents centsHammock centsHammock centshammock
Hammock Chance ChanceFRIDAY
FRIDAY FRID Y AND SATURDAY SATURDAYFor TRA T TFor
For all n that our hammocks bmm1 have havewalked hvewalkpc havewalked
walked walkpc off 01 ff pretty lively Ivtlr because a of o the thelow thelow thelow
low prices prlt put on them entire entre stock tok to tonet l I Inot
net yet tt cleared cnod away W flood Ood variety still stillto tli
to pick pik from and an low lw price prke are a made madestill madestill
still tl lower for two days daysAll da dayAll
All Al KOO 0 hammocks hammockAll iflUiio iflUiioAll l O I
All Al tSTC 7 Hammocks hmmCrl hammockAll tUO tUOAll I
All Al W60 I hammocks hamol l iimu iimuAll tl tl tlAll
All Al UTS 17 hammocks bmmocl hammockAll l 11 i < l lAll
All 1 tlM 11 hamrmxks hmml bammoksAll k 11 11All I l
All 1 tlK 1 125 hammocks DRo DRoAll lro lroAl ildoAll
All Al U00 0 hammocks bmmnrk hamniocksAll N Hu HuAl > o oAll
All Al 75c 76 hammock bamuk ilo 0
nI nsgi li lo thi they > v prisoners or oth ithors rn r cog cognlsant curnllant cognitant
nlsant of C the fad The report rPIrl of the th
hoari Ilar 1 i II a to be rendered as soon n as UIbl pos posilble pcisible
ilble Ibl ana 1 in the th recommendations tc mmendaUol spe special specml ¬
cial cll consideration cunlderaton I II to be given to the theromtiCl 1 th theeonkacL
romtiCl nlcL of prisoner rllnerll Hi since nee lvn confinement confinementsnd confnemnt confnemntnd connementand
and nd to classes cauP of young uun men convicted convictedof
tonvlcl
of puitly pU11 military mitry often otnu offenses There Thfreabout an anabout ayeabout
about t 00 military mitary prisoners prtllone on the Isl Island II liiand ¬
and many Wn of them thel It Is II ald having havabn
been bn convicted en91cted of trivial offense offenseU orene orenen
U a f nitllk t 4 lih Ik I IP IP leg legP
P A A Danforth Dnfortb of LaGrange LOranle Oa Oanuffered OLAuler Gasuffered
suffered Auler for mmix lx months with a fright frightful frthtfl ¬
flit running tore on In hi hil his leg lel but write writeihit writesIhtt I
ihit BucklenB Arnica Arica 8nlve Sllve wholly whollyi whollytartd hoUYInd
i urcd It I In five day 111 for or Ileers IleersWound tlcr tlceraWounds
Wound Mies le its It the tho th lx llt > t salve alv In Inthe Inlh inth
the lh world Cure icuniinteeo1 IUlrnttd Only ttc ttcSold 2 25cMild
Sold by Z C l1 M > 4 I 1 Drug Dept
CurtainsSmall Curtains Smal Lots LotsFRIDAY LotsFRDAY LotsFRiDAY
FRIDAY FRDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYPossibly SATURDATPolblr SATURDAYPossibly
Possibly fifty fft pairs pairsof
of ruffle border brder muslin muillncurtains mUllinturtaln muslinurtatn
curtains pretty rety qual quality qualI quality ¬
ity I all al 41 1 to 50 0 Inches Inchesw Inche
19 w wide Idu and I yard yr long longilia 101 longI
I that tht i have hve become becomelightly beml bemlIlhty becomeIi
Ii lightly Ilhty soiled noth nothing nothInc ¬
7 Y ing however howtvr a wash washIng 1lb 1lbIng washi
i Ing wont cure clean cleanenough clMntnouob ele eleenough
enough tnouob though to toued toh
4 h ho > < used use at t once oncewhich one onehkh oncewhich
which hkh we e want to toclone toIole toclose
clone Iole out quickly so soInmvad 1 soinstead
instead Inted of JlM 11 S17S S17Send 3176and 7
and 200 0 you may maychoose mrrho maychoose
choose rho a pair of any anytwo anytwo n ntwo
two day at t
SI15 SI15Economically 15 15Eronomlaly 115Economically
Economically Eronomlaly minded folk should not notpan aet aetpal actpass
pan pal this byn chance not likely likly again againthis againthis In Inthlll
this y ypr year > ar A f flw few w odd palm ralM of o handsome handsomelace hadom hadomIct
lace Ict curtains Battenburg Batenbur Brussels Srull net netand netand netand
and Nottingham Soltn < hema that were fllM
11500 1600 and ad 11000 000 a pair two days daysOneThird daysOneThird
OneThird Off Of These Prices PricesSeven Prloes1n PricesSeen
Seven 1n pairs aire of colored Cliotd stripe ripe grena grenadine grenadine n ndine ¬
dine curtain jut JIt lightly Hlhty oiled loll but butwill butwi butwill
will wi clean rPn trf IPrfpUy ctly while whie they last lastreduced lit litrtu lastreduced
reduced rtu from 300 30 and ISuo 50 500 a pair J > lr to to
190 190Childrens 190Chidrens 190Childrens
Childrens Chidrens 150 150 and
175 175 Tan Shoes Shoe83c Shoe83cFRIAY Shoes83c Shoes83cFRIDAY 83c 83cFRIDAY
FRIDAY FRIAY AND D SATURDAY SATURDAYChildrens SATURDAYChidren SATURDAYChildrens
Childrens Chidren tan shoe h e neat and dressy dressymade dr dressymade
made of f excellent ectlpnt leathers alsea Ia 5 I to torular toS toSregular S Sregular
regular price rll1 are JlM 110 150 and 17i 71 a pair pairtwo pir pirt peirtwo
two t o more m re day dat
83 cents centsKnit centsKnit centsKnit
Knit Underwear and andHosieryHalf andHosieryHalf andHosieryHalf
HosieryHalf Prices PricesFRIDAY Pries PriesFRIDAY PricesFRIDAY
FRIDAY AND A D SATURDAY SATURDAYWomans SATUDAY SATUDAYWon SATURDAYWomens
Womans Won black lisle 1le thread thred ho hocluster hoe hoecluster e erlulter
cluster ribbed ribb drop dropstltcb erop eropUrb dropk
k stitch Urb effects eft pretty prettyand preUDd prettyst
st and Dd good fo stocking stockingthat atockingisI tokll
I t that were 1100 10 for forsummer torunln forsulnnWr
summer unln r clearance de clearance50 ran
50 cents centsChildrens centsChidren centsa
a is Childrens Chidren ChildrensI potkft potkftdot pk pkdot
I dot stocking etokln re reud rimacad reuced
uced ud from We 5 a attern aUern atternto
ttern tternto to to
25 cents centsAll
I All tan stockings etockincMfor eokl
for children are re redued re reduced riduced
duced dued tu half prices pricesthe prlo pricssthe
the We grades Vd are arettc aNaad aretie
tie and the Ke H kinds two pairs ptl for for2b fo
25 cents centsA centsmall
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