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that is the Emperor ofChinas or of Chinas Announce Announcement Annou AunotinceamentBut nee neementBut ¬
ment mentBut But No News Comes from fromthe frolntheMinisters fromthe
the theMinisters Ministers Direct
r ttI tl July JlI 2iThe 8Tb Chinese Cbln minister ministerriui
lIkenr Iia has received the Ua 101 101I
I lor I decree d ree dated July II IIKn t tI
I l erlul riui 1 U I v vKn
1 Kn miiilaters are happily at atnl atand t tn1
and nl sound except Ketteler Kettelerlaving Kttelerd Ktteler1llnr
laving Irt ug the foreign legations legationsi
i M th 11 provisions atone and nd fruits mltIII as asi
E i in t n jut InIPftt crest we w feel flliia in them Ihemtn
h saI > tn n July 2 28Tbe The secretary secretaryuu
rcelvcd the following dls dlsi ClI ClII dlrf
rf f hate uu 1 htr hi t
I I i Mr I r Fowler the American Americanjl
I i Ir FOIl dated at t midnight mhalhtr midnightmrnmr
r jl at a t
mrnmr III n rnlnr by request of the at attl 1 1wlrrd
tl i wlrrd irpd the governor sup supi up upI
i 1 I the governor ef Shantung Shantungf
r eh A f to I i lIt et news from ministers ministerstUJ
urlu < tUJ The governor now re reHatt reHaH isHate
HaH rem rKived t llId > today edict from fromfrr
err sating II that the Lb ministers are arsTI areThey re reTld
TI They > ure sending endl provisions to toKJU toll togsti
the minis minisuut
KJU ll 11 ns Am
an f uut art If f distress and nll request requestt requestFntbr
I Fwir transmit this preliminary preliminaryt
t rJ fdnlJt iimm to admirals admiralsYUAN admlraYUAN admlralaYUAN
YUAN Governor oovernorWILL GovernorVYKLt aoemorWtLL
A iH tr dl hspatch ii Btch from Fowler dated datedT
1 f T 7h th t to the state department la latiegram IaiII letl
kf tiegram tl from governor governorHaw
Haw 1ar last u t received imperial Im lrtal edict edictv dlctIe
> v Ie twmyfourth tt + tnty fourth saying ylD various variousi
+ < i ore > r Hpt rx pt the German are well wellme
l eue me Jays < ia > ago had provided prom pro
m to the legations Ant satisfied satisfiedm tllliedt
> m niitm art uut of distressYUAN distress distressYUAN dlat dlatYUAN
YUAN Governor Governorrrtar If IfIar
r rrtar Iar Lary > Hay Ha also had received a an Rgum agram
gum n from 1nlted States Stat Consul Consulat ConsulSCade
SCade k at canton stating that the thewere lbltra thev
v 1rs tra were all alive and well on onXO oni onTt
Bin n1 > n July 2The 2 The statement ca cafrom caI cafrom
I from rllm Washington that officials officialsr
r uawniig Ul rlllil with regard to the thei tb tbo thearty
o i arty r the Ih alleged messages from fromIT fJ Ift IftH
t IT r ranger Ionr r and Wu Ting Fangsiancc Fangs J1a J1aranc
iancc > < has had a I markedly de deing deI
I ing 111 tfr erect ct on this side of the them
m n where many have been buoyed buoyedih
> ih the sanguine view of the state stateat ltaleHm statearmrnt
Hm armrnt nt at Washington rafardlnr rafardlnri rtgardlrarlou
Iurfu i Shanghai dispatches lUI dispatchfilm tcb and andii ID4nltm
film ii again gaining alnl the seen asoenNI seenN
N NI Improvement jmiiroxement Im roemllIt In the general sit sitn
n is Ij the Ih mp meeap III ag one on agency ncY
from r oln the Ih British Brltl consul general generaltidnglmi
tidnglmi 1 to overwrought Europe Europewwihir Europeanthr Europeanothr
wwihir asuerta u rt that as a week
lakalIthout l llloJ pd without II a reply to the con connf CODnoall conI
nf noall i8K iu the Ih Brltiih minister
I N fekin sir Ir laude ritlMacDonald ritlMacDonaldgh MacDonald MacDonaldIh
Ih the Tsung LI Yamen Chinese Chinesen
j f gn < n ufflei I the belief Is I confirmed confirmedIhlneie cohfirlnedI
I Ih < Ihlneie offlclal report are
I t > fan n time I I lilt and that If the tb mInI mIn
r s ae t alive they are re held as a host hostT
ifAPH FORMS FORMSnmentnors FO FO1lnonlllOr FOIt11SrnIncft
nmentnors rnIncft tore pertinently remark remarki
iM i an Hum of truth In all the theagnations thetbe thea
a agnations + the officials have bveJ
t J rap ly the tll legations not with withIm
I lIt ins Im ut with iih telegraph forms formsi formssusa
i susa i < f any an kind Is I scarce acarcIt
1 M n 1 s < from ruin Shanghai that
ia hat ben resumed r at the port
0 hung h 1 I1l1r and that a second HCOIIIls
s s lesion lit slurs u I moblllilni at
trtaiaiyry 1ro luralf aatoy to embarkation for forPh forrh
Ph h a Yokohama r okoham dispatch the Lb ther
L n r ha artarFteived artarFteivedk reteived Information Informationtlarked
I tlarked k d a body body of Jap Jap
I ar asI rJ J Annans In the vicinity of ofriver
1 river i > ltefugeeerhad n the north aide of the tb
rll arrivedlat
TtefugeMi had arrived at t
japannie Jalan i anrre o reinforcements were
J LI 1rg t u the sc I scene ne of conflict conflictpek
hi M tin received at St Peters Petersr Pt
r niiBONestchensk HI31 Ielrhtnk pek was wasPdateed Pdateed datml
Th u I UuHiian lu llIn
garrison had been beenwith
1 j with ith ammunition and would
to n hld id out ut until relnforoed relnforoedFU re intoradVi
r nation 1 aUon here reiterates
t lIa au i u the ministers are re en
t 1 T I In InJ
paper 011 China was
J Ii afvinoon n dealing with the thelonary
in the th murdereofnMlawIth murder of Missionary lonary
e Jn 4 to July i 18 when the theatLondOl1
P ur n Mtrp at London Sir Chlh ChlhIK
I i IK luh communicated rommunlcated to ton
I S1 n 111 v he Ihl Imperial edict ecll The Theinmunlcatlon
r I inmunlcatlon from the ther
L r m Pekln Sir Claude
I Ltd May U declared declarednor
< nor of the Inhabitant InbabltantlolitandehlItowardtor InhsbitantaAt
litandehlItowardtor litandehlItowardtorI At t and civil toward for fortfli forah
tfli I from the tb panic a among mon monur
in It could be assumed auumedllln assumed assumedd
d R being llln subjected to tolife
It life lifeMaiDonsid I1gPJiaIonald
< < MaiDonsid 11ii nald was al convinced
1rya j IMI H of heavy rallfall to ter t
r h drought which had helped helpedinirept bel
unrest of the country countryv
w c °
v I c d more to restore tran tranmea tranmtR8ure tonvmrasuretheChin
r vmrasuretheChin mea mtR8ure ur the Chinese Chin or orinents
g > °
inents could take
riH 1
f l rr r T I is 2tA A dispatch to the theI therJ
r leeaw 1 AI AIVladholltok
Vladivostok shows showsiictnji IOW IOWIIIO
1 tar narnn IIIO iictnji Manchurian rail fallI
I k In dully Increasing dan dani
In a i their poHltlm bPtwtenr between
r r 1 1llJlntht h binthe in the little band Ii still
L fI Tsrhita Tshltahagrffs hagnlfs relief
rare nr > overflowing from
1 n rlfrtht nhifrn > rn Manchuria in
i II 1 nf f Charhln and Burdo
j ella < Ha force
r a of liOOO n na
t I 11 6d 1 the I hI Runrian railway
1 1 rear iaark k nlumn Iumn attacked
y 1 md I11 fIIr IL ftprctlbattle fierce battle
r 0 k kl lnr r tei T Dally klr
r ° i c T rtrd cd bft blteen betweentheirse > en the ret ItII 1m 1mUth
I llIl1rhurtl and tb the Ru
I +
i a 11111 guard guardn r < 1
1 n 1i n
h ° rJriIil11 Russian minister of fin finChliii ftnOJ
s from M
1 D OJ f fD tll he RUllOtbI Rueso Chliii r hlaese Pttctlllotr bank wh whdated whO I Itr
r t tr Iv hive lost bl his lit Ilfe In in tb tba the thet
t Uth a message I dated Pekln Peklnbe 1 > kln klnh
h he tlOlll
JIIII ste lilh lam I M rkatillolt be bemob bet
8 t t llhwha Wbtll the II mob nut
tburcb and then
the Russian mlwlonary station Our Oursituation Ourtultlon Oursituation
situation Ii I perilous and nd a dlsastroui dlsastrouicrisis dlllltroullCrllla disastrouscrisis
crisis is near neart at band hanJ We are besieged bvsltgedand
and nd cut off from news at t home homeM
M De Glen has b been requested by bythe bytbe bythe
the Chinese ChD authorities to countermand countermandhis
his hi appeal for Ruaslan guards Mr Con Conger Cunler Conger ¬
ger also has cabled for additional additionalguards additionalfutrd additionalcards
guards cards Mr lr Conger Is I active and nd brave bravedoing bravedolnr bravedoing
doing his hi utmost In protection of for foreigners turellnera forsigners ¬
signers LI Chan and Su Yen of the theUungUyamen thetJunllUamen thetgungU
UungUyamen tgungU ysmen have called at the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American legation and begged Mr It Con Conger Cullpr Conger
ger to prevent International detach detachments detuchmenta detachments
ments from entering Iekln l > ekln but the theminister themlnillter theminister
minister refused to lend himself to such sucha
a move and the other ministers mlDl tttI dined Jdlntdhim J dinedhim lntd lntdblm
him In this refusal refusalThe retllaalThe refusalThe
The antiChristian anU Chridttsn societies are re com commilling commlttln cornmilting
milling arson robbery and murder and andall andn andall
all n manner of atrocities Incendiaries IncendUrleaamong Jnclnl1larlemone Incendiariesamong
among them have destroyed 3000 Eu European European Europoan ¬
ropean houses In the Chinese quarter quarterbesides Quarltrbuldea quarterbesides
besides twenty financial houses and nil ntimerous nilerou numerous
merous erou shops and nd warehouse The Thehouses ThlbOUN Thehouses
houses of friendly Chinese were pillaged pillagedand
and burned and nd many Chinese servants servantspf
pf f European and native Christians were weretilled weretilled ere ereUne4
tilled tilledF2KLC Une4PLlIIO tilledFERIa6
Washington July M nComlne Coming from fromthree frolDthree fromthree
three separate directions assurances assurancesthat IIluraneetht B Bthat
that the tb foreign ministers at Pekln Peklnwere Peklnwert Pekinwere
were alive and well on July Jul 24 had a atendency atndenoy atendency
tendency to dissipate the pessimistic pesslmlitlcview
view which the state department e artment hat hatbeen h hbeen hambeen
been taking for the last few days as asto IUIto asto
to the tll situation In Pekln It Is I true truethat truethat truethat
that a comparison of the various edl edicts edktfind edictsmind < ts tsand
and statements bearing on this subject subjectappear lubketapptlU subjectappear
appear to demonstrate the fart that trmtthey thKtthey thatthey
they alt come from one tountain fountainhead fountainheadeither head headeither
either Tuan Bhih Kl 01 LI Hung ChangBut Chang ChangBut hangBut
But the tll persistence relltence with which these thesestories thuetortel thesestorks
stories of the safety fetr of the ministers mlnlafrsare
are circulated undoubtedly shaking the thebelief Ihebelief thebelief
belief of tho those e who heretofore hr tofor have been beensatisfied hpenUllteS beensatiated
satisfied UllteS that all of the ministers In InPekln Inpkln inPekin
Pekln were dead deadTo d4To dad4b
To days dr assurances came from Mr MrFowler MrFowler > Ir IrIowler
Fowler the American consul at Che CheFoo CheFoo
Foo from Mr Ir McWade the theAmerican tbeAmrtrn theAmerican
American consul at Canton Cantonand Cantonaad Cantonand
and from Minister Wu the Chinese Chineseminister Cllln ClllnmlDIetr Chineseminister
minister here The latter came to the thestate the8tlt thestate
state department early Ily expressly to de deliver deliver deliver ¬
liver an n edict received by him to Secre Secretary Secrett Secretart ¬
tart tt Hay It Is I similar In form to the theedict theedict theedict
edict published > d yesterday in London LondonThe LondonTile LondonThe
The minister aays r thai lh the only differ differences dlfrereDeeI dinerencel ¬
ences are those Involved in separate separatetranslaUons separatetraaeatlons partltrualaUon
translaUons translaUonsCHINAS trualaUonCJUN traaeatlonsCHINAS
Mr Wus Wu translation of Shanes die 41tit dieif dienatch
natch U a tolioM to o oIh
Idfct Ih fet ef if NttTof of the ttsth Moon 110011is aw awresponding esrp0adins
responding p0adins to Juriy M I state tte that thatforiuMtftly tItMayan
foriuMtftly is tMOKUnyfaly Mayan all ministers excest eac t Baron BarobVon uro5D Baronea
Von ea Ketteler ulrre ttelsr are alive and nd unharmed unharmedThey unbrmedare unharmedyare
They 5D yare are now being beltt supplied with vege vegetablet vegetabled qet
tablet t fruit and provisions by b the tb gov government J1Qvem governmtlat ¬
ernment em nt to show ow its sympathy for forthem lorthlitn forthem
them themIf
If Mr lr Wu had any al1 doubt as to the thesafety theeatety thesafety
safety of the ministers It seems to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been dissipated by 11 this edict He la labored labor Iibored I
bored bor earnestly with Secretary Hay to toconvince tolOnvlnee toconvince
convince him that he was bound to ac accept acupt accept
cept this official declaration of the lh Chi Chinese ChIneae Chitnese
nese government governmentHe
He JI pointed out that this last declara declaration dclraUon declartlion ¬
lion differed dl < < fIeeS materially from moat of ofthe otthe ofthe
the other statements that have emanated eman emanated emated
ated ted from Chinese sources In the important Im Imporlant 1mportant
portant fart that It did not represent representmerely repreaentmenly representmerely
merely the belief of minor official or orIoeroy a aviceroy aviceroy
viceroy It was w the solemn declaration declarationof
of the Chinese government In making makingthe mklntbe
the statement touching the ministers ministersthe mlnllterthe
the Chinese government therefore as assumed uumtld assumed ¬
sumed a serious rlou responsibility to the theworld theworld theworld
world at t large He 11 declared that It Itcould Itcould itcould
could not be conceived that such re responsibility reo reoOnlbllltr reponslbllity ¬
sponsibility would be lightly assumed assummand assumedand umP umPnd
and nd therefore he helr Mr Wu did not hesi hesitate heltt lieutlate ¬
tate to assert rt his hi positive personal traoMI conviction con conviction convlctlon ¬
viction that the minister m tten were alive on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July lth >
When his bl attention was w called to the theapparent theppartnt theapparent
apparent failure of Yuan Sblh Kit to toaccede toaccede toaccede
accede to Consul Fowlers request that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the allied admirals be put in communi communlcation communication communICtlOD ¬
cation with the ministers mlnlt Mr If Wu Wushrugged Wuahrune4 Wushrugged
shrugged his shoulders In a depreca deprecatory deprectory deprecaCory ¬
tory manner and nd merely replied that lhatthe thatthe thatthe
the Chinese were go different from fromother fromother fromother
other people that the usual tests could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be applied pplled to them It would not notbe notbe notbe
be possible to predict what bt they would woulddo
do under the circumstances circumstancesdo
do under conditions that would be IJtlIy eas easily anily ¬
ily Inet by Europeans Juror > tana or Americans It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was possible he 11 added that Yuan was wasreally WIreally wasreally
really undertaking to do what the ad admlrals admirals d dmlral
mlrals wished only onl It would first be benecessary bencry benecessary
necessary for him to consult the Pekln Peklnauthorities JeklnauthortUea Ieklnauthorities
authorities and that would take time timeHe timeIfe timeHe
He could not say when an answer answermight answermight nAermllht
might be expected eX flCtll1 to his lat message messageto
Special Commissioner Itockhlll called calledat
at t the state department this morntnn morntnnand
and nd had a final conference with Secretary Secre Secretary ¬
tary 11 Hay 11 renpocttng his hi mlmlon to Chi China Chin CIIIna
na n It was al not deemed proper to make makepublic makepublic nukepublic
public the exact instructions given to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Rockhlll but It la staled generally generallythat nerll nerlltht
that he Is I being sent lit out to ascertain ascertainthe acertalnthe
the conditions in China for the guldanoe guldanoeof IUl noe noeof
of the state department and u4 to serve lereIII aa aaIts asits
Its direct representative in that country countf countfIn
In case It should be necessary hereafter hereafterto
to conduct negotiations nrotltlonathere there Instead Insteadof
of Washington There Th Is I alto 110 a possi possibility 110111blllt pralblllty ¬
bility blllt that a commissioner will II be re required reo reoqulred required ¬
quired on thespot the spot In case anything In Inthe InLbe inthe
the nature of an n International comrals comralsrton eommlalion commisslon
lion Is I created to deal with the Chin Chinee rhlnese hln hlnMe ¬
ese question Mr Ir Rockhlll ltoCkbllllftVN l leaves Wash WashInaton WlbIncton Washington
Inaton at t 110 oclock this afternoon for forthe tortbe forthe
the Pacific slope stopping at Chicago Chicagofor
for a day en routeCIIINAS route routeCHINAS rollleCItlNAS
The dispatch from Consul Fowler con conveying ronVtylnl conveying ¬
veying assurances from Yuan Shi Kal Kaithe Kalthe Kaltbe
the governor of Shan Tung that the tb
foreign minister minleteeewere were well eJllln on July Nth Nthand 24thand th thnd
and nd had been provteloned pro viaioned In cnnation cnnationwith 1lIn tlOt tlOtwltb
with constantly rellfrnted n uranres
from other oth Chinese tmunrs Ufl11 of or t the safe safety safet fe fet ¬
ty t y of the minister have raised anew anewu aliewthe anewthe
the Jltcflr theory at t IU U the state t1 department departmentwhich dellrtmAlltwhich departmentwhich
which Is I being speculated upon These Theseassurance TheMIuranftll Theseauranceq
assurance have hll been given In answer anrwerto
to the roppntpii fpeA and IIn < l urgent demand of
the ariiiu European Urolf > an KoMnroenf Pln1Inl that
tli th1 y I Le placed In Clrnmunlrntlin c mmunirnti n with Ith I
the tH mliilMHn rnllrl miniat re find nn II the t h hUll en II aslwtuire aslwtuireIt iuaiire
It f Ytr IMTI II u I t K in < n chewer unl < wer to Mi the up I iflo Iftor
I b nand f the Mr r rrglign itlgn admiral fur Ul Ulrect itteat 11rect I
rect commmUoAUoa Cmin alaattaa Yuan a announce announcemem announcement announcement
ment that the Ih Imperial government at
Pekln not only asserts Iertll the safety ftlf of I
the minister but declare that they thtl thtlhave theytrue
true nave Ind b bfoen n cafe nroviiioned rolIlon that If accepted as I i
true Indicates that the th mlnliters ministers have I Iown
own communicated with Th The inquiry IDQulrr I
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THIS blrdncye map all the Im Important ¬ I I oM party of bluejackets from II M S Anvn Anvnra AI1oportaat AnroIII
III OX portent points between Taku and andlekin106 DIIITACa e ra pushing a aM fur r ax Anting On 1 Ji JileklolO <
Win WinTiki 11II 11 l the fotci wa JIW romprlled to return rl urn lo loVuiifftiuii 1 1la tois < >
lekin106 iKle oleelre sre to be seen seenIn n
asks M Ttratri trl tl tlTltofcfato Vuiifftiuii fcoru I which blh It fought it I WT WTI w f yleald fbat
In their relative positions The Tbe1r ab abtolnte I Tltofcfato leald to Pridi P I fl flTtnMa t bat back k to Tivnuin taking the wounded 1 in inboatu 10lolat insolute
solute distances dltl lt are given in the adjoIn adjolniinic I i TtnMa to Tmclvin brirfc If IfTtafHe boatu dnwn the Ielho Only 001 low him himbreak hldIA hhislag
lag IA table ble The he route of the uaauccessfnl uaauccessfnlrelief TtafHe ra to Ckung CIIu 1lil1C Uin < CNk Ctajsvlu UH UHNiko J ta break brt > attJte the surfers a al far away 0 s as ar argreat orreilef 11 11rlt
relief force lay along the tb railway from frewte Niko P rhea U Ur tt mMtk 1 ° l a great t Will 11 which is I seen 1ttII1IIIIIIIIII rising IMc like t rTlontdn tl I11toht
11toht Tlontdn te tethe the t iaga of Leas LwFs I1apg at S X raitf i l ttt the e1 lItanll t nn
yyy yyyIhen
then naturally arises If the minis ministen miniten minislets
ten have been provisioned why 9oh does doesnot dot dotnot doesnot
not the Chinese government knowing knowingaa
aa It does that the whole world Is Isdemanding I Idemandlh isdemanding
demanding a direct menage from the thebesieged thebuleleel thebesieged
besieged legatlonera allow them to tocommunicate tocommualcte tocommunicate
communicate with their government governmentWhy governmentWhy
Why Wh not furnish direct and unequlvo unequlvocal
cal evidence of the safety of the minis ministers mInitra ministell ¬
tell Instead of this repetition of an n as assurance IIuranee uaurance ¬
surance which the world hesitates to toaccept toIOcept toaccept
accept acceptGOOD IOceptGOOD acceptGOOD
The failure to pursue Ureue the tb direct meth method method method ¬
od which must be available tends al almost altnOit almost ¬
most Irresistibly to the suspicion that thatsomething tootIOmethlnc thatsomething
something nan h hp hapventu nrl1 m PuKin PuKinwhich Ptlunwhich Pexmnwhich
which the Chinese government desires desiresto desireto
to conceal from the powers that It Is Isafraid IIfrald isafraid
afraid to allow the t h true story to be berevealed berevealed berevealed
revealed until terms have been made madewith ma madewith e ewith
with the powers which are re waiting at atthe Itthe atthe
the gates of the empire mplr Just what that thatsomthtng tbtIOmtlllnr thatsomthing
somthtng ls furnishes a fruitful theme themeof
of speculation but no satisfactory con conelusion conclulon conelusion
elusion can be reached until the forces forcesenter forctaentr tomesenter
enter Pekln or the leyatloners le Uonen arrive arriveat rriveat
New York July tt 18Cble Cable messages messageswere m mere maeageawere
were ere received today by b both the Prey Preybyteriln Prestiyterlan Pretbtrtn
tiyterlan board of foreign fom missions and andthe andthe nd ndtb
the tb American lilble society IOclet corrobora corroborattve corroborattve
ttve of the report that the missionaries missionariesat mlulonartt I
at t lao Tins PU had been massacred massacredThe
The message mellll received by the Presby Presbyterian 1 Iresbyterian > b btrlln ¬
terian board came from Shanghai and andwaa andWit andwas
Wit supposed to have been sent at by the theKev theHev theRev
Rev George F Pitch It reads as I follow follows fol follows ¬
lows lowsBlmcoxes
Blmcoxes Hodges lIod Taylor Machey Macheyother Macheyother lacbllYother
other mission seven massacred laoTing lao PaoTing 110Tine
Ting Pu July Jul S Nanking Hunan missionarles mis misslonsrles milIonariN
slonsrles all 11 Shanghai Japan JapanThe JpanTJle JapanThe
The American Bible society today toda re received reclved received ¬
ceived a cablegram from Shanghai aa aafollows IItollowl ufollows
follows All massacred Pao I Ting Fu PuIoreJgners Fullore1cnre FuPbreignere
IoreJgners interior ordered Shanghai ShanghaiWire IbaDrblWIre ShanghaiWire
Wire p000 p000This 11000This 1000Thl
This wag sent by b the Rev Dr John N NNokes NNokel NNokes
Nokes to whom the 11000 1000 WM II at t once oncecabled onceOfIlIltd oncecabled
cabled cabledWOMBX OfIlIltdWOMm cabledWOMAN
Chicago July Jul It nMr Mr M S Woodward Wood Woodward WoodWard ¬
ward of evanston > > today received a aletter aletter aletter
letter from bit wife WIt who ho with their theirdaughter Lblrdauhtr theirdaughter
daughter lone 10 had hi been visiting U UMlnlltr 8 8Minister
Minister Conger Cona at t Pekln The letterwas letter letterwas letterwa
was dated June 11 and Walled June H UaCter 14after Hafter
after an n Ineffective attewpt to toOI es esOn secape
OI cape e eOft
capeJuly On July 10th the letter said Id Minister MinisterConger MinisterConger tlflteterCon
Conger Con r told the women they Uat bad better betterBet bettert betterget
Bet t out of Pekla In order to save II their theirlire tbelrllYN theiritves
lire Ht lJ secured for them an escort escortof
of soldiers and they tbe set forth from the thelegation theIltratlon thelegation
legation They found that the Boxen Boxelbad
had destroyed the railroad sad the lit littie litU littie
tie U party was wa attacked by a mob of ofrioters olrtotera ofrioters
rioters After a desperate Jtrate resistance reslitancethey resistancethey Itaace Itaacethe
they the finally managed to return to the thelegation theI theleCatlon
legation leCatlonSlip legationShip I a < < on on8hll
Ship llollofnt unuor nt XaRhMilcl XaRhMilclWashington XIRiftklWelllqton NnnenklWashington
Washington July Jul 81ilia H > The war de department d dPlrt1StRt dlparhent ¬
partment has received the following ca cable 01bl abte ¬
ble bl
bleNagasaki Nagasaki July ST nAdJutant Adjutant Gen OeuWashingtonRelief oaWhnfton GenWashingtonRelief
WashingtonRelief Whnfton Reller arrived at Naga NagaMkl NpNlkl Nagasaki
Mkl July It Claude It Leslie com company company cornpany
pany I Fourteenth Infantry died d of ofdisease otdl ofdisease
disease dl contracted contralt in line of duty
dysentery his hi remain will be tJ shipped shippedto blpptdto
to San Francisco Civilian employe eaployeArthur employeArthur plor
Arthur Hennessey lien drowned June zl
buried at Nagasaki NagasakiHARRY NauaklJlAnRY
Major Medical DefertMent DMtuasntHathbono DefertMentItntlibono runnt runntRathbono
Itntlibono It I Arroatcd ArroatcdItavara VrroMrd VrroMrdHavana noalllllIavall
Havana July StMr KalM 11II 0 Hath ItatbIOn
bone IOn recently director genera I of p poets Qetl U
In Cuba was aa arrested today to J at t 11 11oclock 11oclock itoclock
oclock on four charges Theee Tb alien allegethe alienthe alle allethe
the unlawful drawing ef two orders ordenor
for or S IN N ash lb paying MB 1d private coach coachman oeagtman elt eltIM
man IM and gardener from reIn th Ole poslnl
funds and drawing per diem allow allewntv al1 al1nt allowarr
ntv nt when not entitled te do dOio jo Mr MrRathbone Ir r
Rathbone uaa held < 1 lobonds Inbondiotrus Ia bonda oftu500o O
New York July Jul 2 IAftr After a confer conference conlernce esnferenos ¬
ence lasting over three hour at which whichSenate wblchJDnea whichSenator
Senate Jones Norman B Mack MackPrank Xaek1Irank MackFrank
Prank Campbell chairman of the Dem Democratic DemocratJo Democratie ¬
ocratic State committee exGovernor exGovernorStone ex xOovrlMlr110M GoveraerStone
Stone of Missouri National Committeeman Commit Coramltteeman Committeeman
teeman Jam James Ouffey of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaSenator PtIUllIvaD1aSentor PennsylvaniaSenator
Senator Hill of New York and Na National Natlout National ¬
tional OMnmltteeman Urey Woodaon Woodaonof
of Kentucky were present lreM Senator SenatorJones llenatarJones nator natorJonet
Jones left for Long Branch KranchSeMtor HrncbIetor BranchSenator
Senator Jones sail ah that the matters mattersdlicuoswi mittendlaoueM mattersdiscussed
discussed related to affairs political In InNew IDNe InNew
New Ne York State 8t and nd throughout theNew the theNew theNe
New Ne England Iand and nd middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AUntlc8tt AtlanticStales
States 8tt The national chairman was waaaaked w wliked wasasked
liked ac to conditions In this State If Ifbe Ifbe ithe
be considered that there was the clan cloueat 01011Nt clanlet
eat harmony possible between the party ptirtyleaders ptlnIdere partyladen
leaders To this he replied I think thinkthere tblnktbere thinkthere
there might t be more harmony harmon than atpreiat at atpresent atexilt
present extols although all hough the feeling fetalaot la lanot tsnot
not M a aerloue rlom as a to affect the State Stateticket StatetleQt Stateticket
ticket materially materiallyHe nwertallHe
If He said he h could not make any nog nogtrestfema sngesttspi q qf1tWM
trestfema f1tWM relative to state politic politicThe poItteThe politicsThe
The senator tor dedln declined < < i to confirm CODft or ordeny ordeli t tdill
deny dill the ttumora rumors thin the t national com committee commlttee cornmitt ¬
mittee mitt had made or wu us about to make makeoverturns meonn makeomtuMS
overturns onn to W Bourke Cookran Cart CartSeJnm lartIctIewK CarlSchwa
Schwa ad nd other prominent antl antllm antllmpertallata uUlmpertatlle im imperialiste
pertallata to enter the I hI cam camCMthiauan campaign campaignCoalman cmpa cmpan
Coalman n Jones said today Mr MrBryaa MrR1Taa MrBryan
Bryan believe hn and the Democratic Democraticplattam DemocraUcplatfwla Democraticplalsrs
plattam says I that unperlallm Imperll Is par paramount paramoultt paramount ¬
amount because UII < th > people > are most mostInterested mOltIn mostInlerees
Interested In In eeeing m > lnK the military and andcxpaassaa andertpansi nd ndI
cxpaassaa I a policy lor f the present administration ad admtalatratlon adIldallNUon
ministration cru cruMhd cruMhdban cruehedThal h < i iThan
Than ban what bat will Mr I r Bryan tfor do was wasaaked WIIlOtteel wasasked
asked Can he h withdraw the troops troopsfrom trooPIifrom troopsfrom
from the Philippines Immediately It he hela bllIa heis
la electedWhy elected electedWhy tlCn tlCnI
Why I not said II leI Senator Jones JoneaThey JonNordlltd JonesTbsy
They were ordered to to the Philippine JlatJlpptka PhilippinesWhy PhilippineWhy
Why ka cant they be 01 olllred < irred back Theywere They Theywere neyw
were w taken in boats Why Wh ant t they theybe they1Jt theybe
be brought t back in i > t onts ontsMoat to toMast
Moat of the tb Dt Democratic moratlc campaign campaignleaden campaignleaders 1SIa 1SIa1ea4
leaden 1ea4 wit take K holiday tomorrow tomorrowat
at t Lone Lo Branch gathering galh rlnr for a con conference oemflre confereece ¬
ference flre In I Klberon probably at the thehome tII tIIIOIM thehome
home IOIM of es ex8enftt tltnl Senabr toor > r Murphy Iut h Chair Chairman Cbatrmn Chairman ¬
man Jests J will g go 0 < > Iln t > n from this tb city ottyat aft aftt
at t the end Of the > da day > and ex exOovernor exOovernorStoae GoversezSlone
Stoae will probably > he IJ present PrtMDtI also alsoN alsoNiIIv
I1CQIIJo DlBWitUdcd With tho Police PollueNew 101l0eIkNIrl PoliceRoerll
IkNIrl IkNIrlNw RoerllNew
New Orleans la July 88 Contrary Contraryto
to expectation the night ni ht passed passedwlth passedwlthlittle with withtittle Ub Ubttl
little ttl disorder Clll rder The prompt action of ofthe ofthll ofthe
the mayor In distributing dlltrlbuUlIIlIIUlde squad of ofarmed ofarmd ofarmed
armed mea through the city oIt and the thefact tbeIt thetact
fact that th the < negro n rl Charles Claar who whocaused whooaUled whocaused
caused the vmrute ii I dead seem to tohave tohave tohave
have had a CHI ft > feet in quitting qutetlalthPOPuce the thepopulace thepopntsoe
populace populaceThe
The Mgroes I n i PI oJ My ly I are glad that thatCharles thatCharles i iChari
Charles Is I dead i r v I they appeared appearedIn
In larger number ii i for or > r everal eral days daysat d dayal I Iat
at the th plnces whir w hr h r < ih Ihy > y are re employed emotoredThousand emplordTboudll employedThousand
Thousand of o I thiii lb h tH tIHve 11 e left i > ft the city cityMuch cityMuch lty I
Much fpollnx I + vi r rsued Mled fd sfxinit lIln1 th thpolice the thepolio < > I Ipollee
police aunt and an f t M Is talk of it its re removal rtmoval remcvai ¬
moval and ane a rr reu < > mi v ration of the Ih po police 1 1lIet police > ¬
lice force forwArraBB foretArrlument forceAranKernents I
ArraBB Arrlument > mentK H > < g mad mAr fr the thefunerata thpfUlllrete thefunerals
funerata of f It > r or f PM > < ii iitragedy IY IYtrredr i y > a atragedy <
tragedy and a < IoIa < ita fur r t Idlc > iue II 111 II i icompany 11 11Ompa ne necompany
company Ompa each to prevent possible Jl ll Ie distur dis disLeotard
turbuct turbuctItoIan1 tur
turLeona Leotard Leona Ilereoe vho t 1 ho was with withChArte withChatty lth lthCb
Chatty Cb rtN an the u e evang < ung that offl > tr trMora lrMora rrMora
Mora was a tfOUHded Rdtd eed > 1 who hat sin ninl 81nlINn e ehemn
l lINn > etn oapaed te the Parish prison rillon t tday Ida tday I
day da pop pO rtlv lively lj denuded the dead dead negro I1frOChilu negroas n gro groMChiua
MChiua as ChiluI
Coroner Richard held a postmortem postmortemexamination po postmortemexamination tmonem tmonemxamlnatlon
examination on the body of Charles CharlesHe eharlelie
lie found that the negro had been shot shotfortyeight shotfortyelght hotfortyeltJht
fortyeight time tlm and badly beaten beatenThe beatenTbe beatenThe
The tilted insurance solicitor H I A ABatte ABatte ABatte
Batte who wa dangerously wounded woundedyesterday woundedYeJterday woundedyesterday
yesterday Is I sinking Inkln rapidly The Theother Theolher Theother
other wounded are reported re Orted recovering recoveringMayor recoverlDIMaror recoveringMayor
Mayor Capdevllle remained at t his hisofTUf hi hioffke hisounce
ounce all night and has b been In close closetelephonic closetelephonic 10I8telphonlc
telephonic communication with police policemartial poUttIDIrUII policemartlel
martial and citlaeni emergency emer < < enc police policeluMdquatteri policeIJlldqulttlr policeueadquattera
luMdquatteri When nuked at t 1 oclock oclockabout oclockabout oclockabout
about the situation he said that every everything everything yerythill ¬
thing thill was quiet and he thought Robert RobertCharles RoberlChalIN RobertCharles
Charles death would have the effect of olplacing ofpIaIm ofplacing
placing the city again aln In ltd normal normalcondition norm1eondlUoft normalcondition
condition He stated he would hold the themilitia theIIIlIItia themllittO
militia and the special police at the ar armories armorie r rmorlN ¬
mories until he was assured beyond beyonddoubt beronddoubt beyonddoubt
doubt that there would not be any 18 fur further furthe ¬ I Iur
the riots riotsA
A 1 CoiiNtittiifnnal Con t1ttlllonal QuoMlon QuoMlonPlttsburg QIIIlitionPlttburl QuestionPlttsburg
Plttsburg July 2Lal Val Remmel can candtdate cntcIa candidate
dtdate tcIa for Vice lle President of the Xnlted XnltedStain tnltldra tnttedStates
Stain ra on the Socialist labor ticketwho ticketwhowas
was wa arrested rle Thursday night together tonthorwith tolthtrwltb togetherwith
with Paul Ringer of Ohio and ane Wm WmO WmG
O Cowen of Pennsylvaniacharred with withviolating wllhViolU withviolating
violating ViolU a city ordinance In holding holdingstreet holdingIItftlt holdingtreat
street meetings without a license ap appealedthe Illpealed uppealed ¬
pealedthe pealed tb the case today The hailng hailngon hlidn hlidnoa h arln arlnon
on the lit appeal ap al was beeS for A Aud ux 25 2SThe 25The 25TIle
The petitioner claimed that the ordi ordinance ordlnance ordinance ¬
nance is I a violation of the tb State con constitution contltutlon constitutlon ¬
TIIHV WttHH Mt MAUniKl 11111111 TODAY TODAYCliurolilll TODAYIMtly Y YJltull
Jltull Churchill mill iIent lent Cornwal ConuvnlUs
Us lI Vonl OIit Wed In Gtwt nt at Sljle SljleLondon 8IleLondon Sly Ia IaLondon
London July Jul MLady SLad Randolph RandolphChurchill RandolphCIIurchlll RandolphChurchill
Churchill nee Jerome was today marred mar married married ¬
ried to Lleut George Comwallls West Westat
at St Pauls church chu h Knlghtsbrldge
The church was a thronged with hand handsomely handIOml handsomely ¬
somely dressed women There was no norestriction noIeltrtctloD norestriction
restriction upon the number admitted admittedto
to the church to witness in the ceremony ceremonyexcept cremonyIcept ceremonyeseept
except the capacity of the church but butonly butonly
only 0111 relatives and nd Intimate friends friendswere Inndl1Ift friendswere
were bidden to the subsequent wedding
breakfast and no reception r ptlon was w held heldOutside heldOutalde heldOutside
Outside the church two or three thou thousand tbouII thousand
sand people II OPI gathered tnered fo t witness wltn the ar arrival arrive r rrtval
rival and departure of the bridal par party partThe party
ty tThe The church was sparsely adorned adornedwtth adornedwith
with 1 11 palms Il1tI and nd white blossoms Mr
Wiaaton Churchill eldest son of the
bride entered the church just before beCoremother
his mother who ho approached the chan chancel d d111II1 chinleaning ¬
cel leaning 111II1 upon the arm rm of duke of ofJUrlberough
JUrlberough Martboro by whom she lb WM given givenaway II IIaway givenaway
away The Th service WM fully choral
There were no bridesmaids but Lieut L t
West waa supported by a brother brotherear oJII oJIIeer 011 011eer
eer ear Lieut fUl H C Elwlee Ehvl Lady Ran Randolph RulIoIPll Rapdolph ¬
dolph wore a costume of the palest blue bluechiffon bluefhlffon bluechiffon
chiffon with a bolero jacket of Cluay CIa
boa and at white chiffon toque and nd dia dtsmood diamond dtarnoaCI ¬
mood and pearl ornaments She car carried carrltd carsled ¬
sled a small bunch of white roses roeeaAfter rosesAfter L LAlter
After the ceremony the th wedding par party pArtT party ¬
ty repaired to the residence of the thebridea thebrl4l thebries
bridea brl4l sister ter Mrs Moretnn brewers Frtwenwhere r rwh brewerswhere
where wh the wedding breakfast b akflt was waservett wasserves u uIIHVtI
serves Later the bride and nd bridegroom bridegroomstartfd brlderroomIrt
startfd start fd for Broughton Castle tie which
Lady lAd A 0 Lennox nnox has lent them for forthe forthe forthe
the honeymoon The bride was a the re reoipieflt reoclplent nsapient
sapient of many mu beautiful presents In Including I Ichdllll including ¬
cluding an exquisite pearl diamond diamondtiara dllmondura diamondtiara
tiara the Joint gift In of friends frl nd of Lady Lad LadRu
Randolph Ru rh Including Indudl Mr A J Balfour BalfourHi
Hi h > luk and duchess of Devonshire Devonshirethe
I the Ih marcuta and nd marchioness m eblonln of 0 Lon ¬
I donderry the marquis and nd marchlnneM marchlnneMof marhlonlInldownr
of f Iansdowno nr Lily dowager duclix duclixif ttudlor
if r Marlborough rlbor1uh Iady 111 < 1 Oocrtiana Of > rttial1l1 Cur Curt ur
t 111 > n Mr Ir Mvnry nr Vhlte lt Mr Ir Arthn ArthnKi Arthn1tget
Ki 1tget rt Mr r in 1qPl r vrrgo > nrc r lalnrlihTI lalnrlihTIIInck ia ndlnh ndlrhH Tl r runck e eunck
unck camasexrf xiuiniw 1I11 f Crtn re r I al1 m i Is Isn1 I s sii <
n1 ii 1 mane > oilm of h r + Anoth r nifi w teas teasIr ns 0 0Inoll1 i iliinlM
liinlM Ir IUR UI of d r toten 1 11111 fcn etit r mid midmaawve I ImlYi to tometre
maawve taafcarda from the orHoers of loers o othe 0Ihe of ofthe
the Scots Guard comrades of th thbridefroonu the thllhridepooom thenrdegtom
bridefroonu bridefroonuH hridepooomNlde nrdegtomResides
Resides H ldea titiMt of the per lItflnll n above nbnvrnamed ntOpnamed abovenamed
named the th veddlng guests lncluJ tnoludd d < S th thi
i niied Bill Sates U0 ambaeMkoer 1t1 Mr Joseph JosephIt
It Chou Lady Bfirah br l Wiliest Ie an anConauilc am
Conauilc ducheis d eh of Marlborough
Chinese Representative Confirms the theof Report Reportof t h hof
of the Pckin Massacre 1assacrcCan Can Canit
sjibe s sit
it jibe be True I
London July JuI 11 ItThe dThe e Dally Dati Malls MallsShanghai MlilIhanrb1 MallPhanghat
Shanghai coireapoataat telegraphs that thata
a Russian Hu banker who lao left Pekln pklnllIly July
7 and arrived at Shanghai bI Wednes Wednesday Wed Wednesday nee needa ¬
day da July Jul M says that when he left leftIkln leftPekin
1 Pekin ckln all U the legation le < < OIll had been des destroyed IStItrotd destroyed ¬
troyed and nd all the foreigners lorelln murdered murderedThe
The ministers seeing Hel death waa in inevitable IalIabl Inevitabie ¬
evitable lIabl shot their families familiesHir lam lamfli
Sir fli r Robert Hart the banker adds addscommitted addcommItted addscommitted
committed suicide In despair despairThe
The full text of the Dally DaU Malls tele telegram tlelTam elegram
gram is I as follows followsShanghai 10110 10110Shanbal followsHhanghai
Shanghai July Jul HNewspapen here herepublish herepuhlllb herepublish
publish a statement by aa Influential Influentialt influentialbunker duentalUlklr
t bunker > unk < > r residing In Pekln near the Brit BritInh BrttI
Inh I id h legation who ha arrived In Shanghai ShanghaiJuly ShaDlhatJuly ShanghaiJuly
July 26 having left Pekln July 7 He Hemate HeMa Heate
mate Ma Itll that the legations were then des destroyed dlltroytd degtroyed ¬
troyed All the foreigners had dlsap dlsapIeared dlpoeared dtsapFeared
Feared and nd he could not say II positively positivelyIf
If they the had been murdered aa he wee waatoo WUtoo weetoo
too frightened to inquire inquireThe InquireThe inquireThe
The Malls 11 correspondent proceeds proceedsKILLED P PKILLED proossKILLED
MOMENT MOMENTInvestigations MOMENTIn81Uratlofll MOMENTInvestigations
Investigations prove this Informa Information Inlormtlon intormation ¬
tion Is I reliable The banker In ques question quetlon question ¬
tion has gone ne to Ting Po His friends friendswill Irlendwill friendswill
will not disclose his bl name fearing that
11 11f
Uoard of Trustees of B Y College at Logan Met Today and Hon Honored liouored ¬ f t tored
ored Him With the Position of Head of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Institution
For some time past there has been beenconsiderable beencollltderable beenconeldersble
considerable speculation indulged In as asto a ato asto
to who would be selected to occupy oecu y the theposition thepotlUon theposition
position of president of the Brigham BrtlhamYOUD BrighamYoung
Young YOUD college colt at Logan there being belnlnumber a anumber anumber
number of applications and all of them thembeing thembel thembeing
being bel strongly urged by friends friendsAmong CrlendAmoq friendsAmong
Among these was Prof Wldtsoe who whoba whobaa whohilt
ba baa achieved aubl much distinction a a an anstudent anadvansed
advansed student and master of chera
f fWas
1 1IVas
Was Elected by b Republican State Committee Today TodayState State Con Convention Consention ¬ 1 1ention
vention Will be Held Here on Tuesday Sep September September September ¬
tember Fourth
E H 1i Calllster was today toda elected electedchairman electedchairman IectedChIrmD
chairman of the Republican State com cornmittee committee comDIIttee ¬
mittee A meeting of the committee committeewaa
was held Ud this morning at which formar for former tormer ¬
mer Chairman Walton tendered hilt hlaresignation hiltrtllpatiOb bitresignation
resignation Mr Callliter was In no nosense noHIIIt nosense
sense a candidate for the place hav having havInl haying ¬
ing refused to entertain the tb Idea 14 when whenapproached wbnpproached whenapproached
approached by a close friend He ex expressed exrtll8ll expressed ¬
pressed rtll8ll himself u being willing wlllln to do doall doall doall
all be h would for his bl party and would
New York July 28A special to the theTribune th thTrtbun theTribune
Tribune from Washington says aaysIn saysIn y yIn
In view vIe of the circular of the secre secretary serretarp eeretaf ¬
tarp taf of the tb treasury to customs officers officerson
on the tb Pacific coast In regard to the theexportation tb tbeaportaUoa theexportation
exportation of arms and munitions of ofwmr ofwar ofwar
war to Asiatic countries the following followingstatement lolloIDtatement followingstatement
statement obtained from the treasury treasurybureau treaurybureu treasurybureau
bureau of statistics today will 111 be of ofgeneral ofDral etgeneral
general Dral interestDomestic interest interestDomestic t tDomeotto
Domestic exports POrta of firearms gun gunpowder lUllpowder gunpowder
powder and cartridges and other ex explosives 11pJoelv explosives ¬
plosives from the United States ltat to toChina toChina toChina
China Hongkong and nd Japan the six sixmonths atxmontbleD4ed sixmonths
months montbleD4ed ended December tt 11Flrermcbl 1W
Firearms Flrermcbl China UMO 410 Koagkon
127171 flt7 Japan HUH HUHCartridges m171Crtrldfee 821871Cartridges
Cartridges and explosive elpIOlIvRo elpIOlIvRokODl Hong ¬
kong KH 4 Japan BUM BUMNo 828888No III IIINo
No gunpowder In Owder has been exported exportedfrom exportedfrom Iportedfrom
from the tb United States to China Ch Hong HOD HODkOIll ¬
kong or Japan since 1117 China took tooknearly tooknearly tooknearly
nearly twice as many firearms from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tnlteil States In the last sit months monthsof ontlllof
of im as she did In the preceding preetdleal n ncal > fiMcal
cal year and nd about four time 11m as many manyaa m mII
aa she h did in JIM 1 and 188 Hongkong Hongkongtook Hoqkontook
took nearly U many in the last six sixmonths sixmonths 11t 11tmonthl
months of Ittt 1 la aa It did In the twelve twelvemonths twelvemontll twelvemonths
months ended June 10 im and nearly nearlythree nearlythree Hrl Hrltbree
three times as many aa It did In 1 17 17It 1017It 7 7It
It is I strongly lroDl suspected that a good goodmany roodlllany goodmany
many of the firearms exported to Hong HODi1Iollr ¬
kong found their way Into the hands of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Filipino insurgents The total ex exports exports x xPOrt ¬
ports of firearms ftrt and munitions of war warto wrto warto
to Asiatic countries from the United UnitedStates Unitedltat UnitedStates
States ltat cut a small figure aa compared comparedwith I IwaUl
with similar exports from tro I Europe to tothe tothe I Ithe
the same countries For example U lRJI In Inthe Inth inthe
the th hut annual report of Consul Rags Ragsdata R RdJe Ragsdais
data of Tlon Tain dated October 11 11MM 11II 11INS
MM II the following statement la made madeWithin mdeWD madethln
Within WD the tb Jut three th months motIt Ger German Chrmn Oerman ¬
man Irma have ha < t sold to the Chinese Chinesegovernment Chinesele1nment hlnellprnent
government some WOOOO stands of tire tireirmt ftrtInnl firearms
arms With accompanying accolll anIDI munitions of ofar ofolar ofear
ear ar The prices prte paid and patterns fur furitMhMl lurIt furits
itMhMl It its hftd 1 t ed have not beer bee made public bile but butit
it la rttperted rti llfte4 that the ruts are are very veryinferior ftt fttlatertor wryinferior
inferior In D quality Evidently Vl4U our r gun gunmanufacturers lUamanufetura gunmanufacturers I
manufacturers have not Mt It f worth worthwhile worthwhile
Artll Artllwhll
while to keep an eye open ta Chma ChmaOooil CllaaOnod
Oooil News to toWashing Prult FruittirpWdr FruittirpWdrVaehinqtea < TI1JWI1 TI1JWI1hlni
Washing hlni July July j taT Te fewtt fewttrs f Itt grew srewtlr grewsirs
sirs tlr rs of California win w be glad glad to keen
tondo to do M would cause bun to for hilt hiThe
head r
The manager of the Russian bank of < <
Shanghai haa hal has received a letter from fromthe fromLb fromthe
the Lb banks It New Cbuang branch stating
that one on of their Chinese e rprf represents representstives > senta sentatlvea tntaUv
tlvea Uv from Pekln who had III Ju jut t arrived arrivedconfirmed wrrlvedtOnftmeel arrivedconfirmed
confirmed the report of the P Pkln kln mumere mu masacre muaen
mere He H states that all the forel foreign foreignministers n nministerrs
ministers mlai8t were we murdered Seeing death deathwaa deathw deathwee
wee w Inevitable > an the Chinese Chin warmed IIwann IIwannnto swarmidinto warmedInto
Into the legations the ministers killed killedtheir killedtII killedtheir
their tII families at the lilt moment Sir SirRobert SIrRobert SirRobert
Robert Hart In despair committed committedMlolde committedlaY committedsuicide
suicide laY
New York July 2IAmoq 21 Among the pas passengers puIe ptaesengers ¬
sengers Ie who arrived lilt night on the thosteamer thetmer thesteamer
steamer Yucatan from Havana were wereten wereGen wereOen
ten J Jane H Wilson recently gover governor governor OVrnor ¬
nor of Matantai and Santa ll ta Clara Claraprovinces ClarprovlDce Claraprovinces
provinces in Cuba and nd his two daugh dUlhtr daughters daughters ¬
ters OeD Wilson Wll on will p be detained at atHoffman atItotmsn t tHoffman
Hoffman Island until tomorrow after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon After landing he h will take his hisdaughters hisdauchter hisdaughters
daughters to hi his home In I Delaware and andthen andthen nd ndtbn
then proceed to fan an Francisco to em embark emstrk m mlark ¬
bark on a transport for China ChinaOen ChinaGen ChinaGen
Gen Wilson say y he knows something somethingOf metblagof
Of China and nd the rhlnese rhlneseI
I have spent a year In China Chi I can cannot cnnot cantot ¬
not believe that the TsuagllTamen TsuagllTamenwould Tsung unn i1 Yamenwould Yamen Yamenwould
would permit the th murder of the theforeign r rforel rforeign
foreign forel envoys ellvo and nd hope to hear that thatthey tbttby thatthey
they have been protected However Howeverwe
we w cannot tell how widespread this thistrouble thistroubie I Itrouble
trouble l is
Istry Many confidently expected that thatthe hI
the plum would fall to that gentleman gentlemanThe PDtmThe
The matter was definitely settled w today wdy wday ¬
day when the board boa of trustees ttllt of the thecollege thecollege I Icolle
college colle met at t Logan Lo today tOOl and elected electedProf eIctedProf electedProt
Prof James H Llnford to the position positionProf i iProf IProto
Prof Unto is i a very able man and andhis andbll andhis
his selection to nil the place of honor honorIn
In the Logan Institution will gratify gratifyhis rradfbl
his bl friends and do grace to the poet position poettlon poetton ¬
1 j
not shirk a duty imposed upon u On him but buthoped buthoped buthoped
hoped that he would not be required requiredto
to take the State chairmanship A1though Al Although A Athourb ¬
though Mr Calllster was not at t the themeeting tb tbmtetlnl themeeting
meeting being bel In Utah county Mr MrWalton Mralton MrWalton
Walton alton nominated him and strongly stronglyurged Itroqlyurpd stronglyurged
urged his hi election lecUo which came unanim unanimously ullanlmoUII unanlmously ¬
ously ouslyThe oUII oUIITb ouslyThe
The date ate for the th holding holdl l of the State Stateconvention Stateconvntlon Stateconvention
convention was fixed IIxt > d for Tuesday Sep September Ikptember September ¬
tember 4 and the basis of representa representation repnttloft ¬
tan Wit put at one delegate for every everyM vet vetII
M votes or major fraction thereof cast casttor cuttor castfor
tor Hon James Jam T Hammond
that among the good results of the thelate thelate thelate
late diplomatic agreement reement with Ger Germany Germilt tiermany ¬
many milt la I the removal of the tb vexatious vexatiousInspection VDUoueIII vexatiousinspection
Inspection III ICUon of dried and evaporated eapOllt4ll1fruit V Vfruit I Ifruit
fruit exported from the United States ltat i iThese jnile tThese
These fruit will III hereafter be admitted admltedInto
Into Germany rplany as formerly without In Inspection Inpectlon inspection ¬
spection on account of the tb San Jose Josescale JOltleale > iscale
scale It has h required two years of ofearnest otmet ofearnest
earnest met work on the part of the 01 stat statdepartment statedepartment ttdepartlD4Dt
department to convince the Germangovernment German Germangovernment Germanlovtrnment
government that the danger from San danJoae SanJoae SanJose
Joae scale in I American fruit WM pure purely pUnIy purely ¬
ly fanciful The department was sec seconded IeConded seconded ¬
onded In I Its It efforts by some of the theleading theleadln theleading
leading leadln German boards of trade end It Itwaa Itw Itwas
was w finally established beyond conn con contravention oontrayetIoa ¬
travention that the Pan Jose scale scaleeven acalevell scaleeven
even If present at in American fruit fruitoriginally tNJtontaI1l fruitorIginq
originally ly soon dies and always Is inert inertand IJItftan4 inertand
and harmleas haraI1 before It crosses theoaa the theSteamer t1I
oaa 1 1StoRmer tStoniuer
Steamer on the Hock Hockletlle BockaSeattle ItooksSeattle
Seattle Wash July Jul s aA > A special to if It ifthe
IL ILsays
the Times 1ha from Bum nallam Wash WubThe Washsays
says The steamer teatll 1 KsMla Captain CaptainLangtey
LAn Langley San Francis o for Seattleowned Seattle Seattleowned IltatUeowned l9 t
owned hy r Aberdeen I > artles went on the therocks tb tbrocu therocks
rocks high and anI dry here last night at atmidnight atmidnight t tla
midnight In a den dense > fog She la I retting rettingeasy restagand S SaM
easy and will probably Goat at the nextbig next nexthiflh t tilia
big hiflh ilia tide tld but If a heavy swell U fltuIn seis seisIn M MI
In I she will go to piece pieceDjHaHtlU plffelJJMIUtllt piecefjrtsrl4
DjHaHtlU In St T Louis LouisPt 10 10Pt l4Ie l4IePt
Pt Lents Juts Jut Fie can of the thetransit tiletranllt thetransit
transit compare were damaged dlma d last lasteight II t ttlht teight
eight by dynamite i plaed imed on tbe tfl t e tracks tracksat t tat trieRsat
at different point Nobody NobodyJured was In Injured Iajured ¬
jured as tar as learned learnedMtHtfana learnld31ta learnedMontana
Montana Man Klltal KlltalCarthage 1t11iHlCartbl liltiotlCarthage
tl tltlfbane Fltlebane
Carthage Cartbl M Mo < > July ttBdward On Ontlebane fJ
tlebane of Bowman Mont was ran ranover ranoer
over and 114 killed by a Missouri PacUle PacUlefreight Padflefreight j jfltllbt
freight train nearhore near here today ttd ITJ ITJWILLING jjJIfIISO nl1VILIJNO
ll I Roberts b rl rtll imilets ln ItII t < s N that t Itowet Shall ShallYield ShallYield
Yield 111 IHCowlltloMnlly IHCowlltloMnllyLondon tnCCMtdltlotlRltlLondon
London July WA A special dispatch dispatchfrom dllPAtcbfrom dispatchfrom
from Capetown says HYGene1 saysOneral aysGeneral
General Christian yhrl tlan Dewet has h offered of offered oflered ¬
fered to surrender on condition that his hisfollower III IIItollotN hisfollowers
follower he permitted to return to totheir lGthplr leetheir
their homes hom unmolested Lord lo Kob Kobert Kobert Kobens
ert hi has refused anything except 1ItPt un unconditional uncondlth a aCIJIIdltlnnl
condlth conditional nab surrender surrenderA
I l r rBrltlh rA
A dispatch dl pat < h from Lord Roberts to the theBrttlih theBritish
British war office yesterday ttrday said saidBroadwood saidllroadwoud
Broadwood II still watching Christian ChristianDew ChristianPwet
Pwet Dew ewt t who has II taken Qp p a position poettlolliflJftIb M Mjftgfc enAgb
jftgfc Agb hills near Reltabnrg I boat lbolt11I1111 seven sevensouth sevenmiles
miles south of the Vaal VaalP
P Dewt a ywnstr brother WotbtrCIIr ef efChristian r gChristian
Christian CIIr tIIIIo MfftndareT gwveihd s at XIItU Xeeotmisdyveterd
yveterd J

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