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DESEKET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY AUGUST 7 T 1000 au 3
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ADVANCE OF THE THEALLIES THEALLIES THEALLIES
ALLIES BEGINS BEGINSAre
Are Now Marching on Pokin to toRelieve toRelieve toRelieve
Relieve the Logatlonsl LogatlonsGFLA Logttlons LogttlonsTACTICS LoptlonslTGELA
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lTGELA GFLA TACTICS ADOOTI ADOOTIr AUOI AUOIchlltr
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lafllJlIllICrlly fir r hi hip
TI I 11 11111
ut p < Iiiitilreto 1IIIIlrll l to t bt jmlnluliieilt jmlnluliieiltAug
t tug U 7 140 a m mThe Tn ad adin adhe
in 10 allied forces commenced commencedthe
at atunder atunder 1 1under
laa > ktl the British consul
t
under d4oC 414 of August 4th 4thtut 4thT 4ththe
T tut the first I t official oIftotallntormaUon information re rei r rI
i n r that thi attempt to relieve ralleveugun relteveI
1 I a begun U l Ia > accept acceptivll MClpttcl MClpttclltlh as asrltinc
ivll
ltlh ui h coniul coullsou does not mention mentionnc mel lOII lOIId
d n lltn tn nc but ta the 8hangbeJ oorre oorrei
n i r Hit Dally Dati tall telegraph telegraphi
S > i y > wiya Tb Pekln reliefimported relief reliefI reliefIrttd
I imported to tow suffered tacrtrCldoj a au aU
u i chines an said LId to have haveFup laveI
1 1 i T Fup i ug llgdil u a tactic and after anerf KY KYf r rnt
nt f fighting to have re reHi reoII retho
II Hi tho only message m u e received In Ini
bearing out the thert
i v il nuirniwr mn
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rt AOtniral i flmy ne may and Uomlla Oonv Oonvi 00 00I
I i KIHK + IIf reg r < Mn an anenllP engage engageIM
lla I IM I Tsang Ts n Thelact The Tact t that the thent thed
d 101 I I nt II > begin D until Saturday Saturdaylkt
Mrengthon trengtdon the account of a aU at
lkt k L i >
1 U t c dntay dntayLg < ITU 111 1111j >
Lg 11 U tTluNB luNB SATO AUQUBT liT 18TIn
In th thu same cblegram which warn waarwU W1I4Irt1d warnread
read m n the house of commons the thenlul thentui
Tim nlul at L Ilea Trtn says News from fromti
legation hoe been beenpI re reM rePc
ti tn hC jnidiisf JI >
pI > 1 I M t tfl August tat Therefore Thereforethe
the f ii In u umiuundng th the safety tet of the theininit th thtnlnttors thelslnetrs
ininit tnlnttors fin n that date ar are confirmed confirmedlu oouftrmed oouftrmede
e < < lu the I h Chinese Lhln minister Sir 8frtJh Sirb r rhii
b hii h h hn n U I Fens Uh communicated communicatedu
rnee meeaage ege from the thelunf theTunrltYamen theTung
I u i r t Salisbury SiLI Ury a
j lunf TunrltYamen it Lrtunen > omen dated July JIlt reIterating re reIVMIIIIK r r1trollnlC
IVMIIIIK th the > uueinent that the minis minisurs wnlhr
urs 1Ire r Bale e on that date and remuntl re refcumiru re reuntlnK
fcumiru muntl < Ithe the friendly f lldl relations exist existir
ir iHtuitn ht them and Ail the Yamen a aa as asus I Iil
il a us rjx rtlortin > rtmg th lbe aendlng of sup auppia supiiiif up upIll
iiiif Ill < to the legations by II the TanieB TanieB7h
7h The muage 1I1t > I1III cgntain this Important ImportantTBtBORAX8 ImportantIIIttmtnt lmportaatatatemrnt
IIIttmtnt
rODE TBtBORAX8 TBtBORAX8A T TE t U GRA4L GRA4LA
A funefflful eucte + atul termination of the oon oonwith 001Itmn Cottftrenre
ftrenre tmn with the minister for their theirtu
t n nr nll anc tu under escort to Tien Tin to lsI tobut IIJut
rlpeehd but on account of the re reMm reo reoilrnI ref
I f Mm ilrnI unrneem nrtnint IIInt nt of hostilities at t flea TienTJ 1IeaTI fleali
TJ TI 1 ir j t legram for tranamtotlon to tottn tote tothe
the te r reIMnhiUv rrpr rviMntiitlve olallvn are considered un undinniiu un1Iiraloh untinllde
dinniiu This appear to confirm confirmtht con rm rmthe
i the statement that the Chlneae tn will not notcniriv DotHlr notenaealr
cniriv < llr r to i oJ > Mop > the march to Pekln Pekinuelnt
1 uelnt urn J > ln the mlnimein aa hostages hostagesThr hOllta hOlltaThe
The L lkal < kal Anxelger of Berlin pub publiflni pubIlhJ ub ubIrhed
Dung Dungriug
liflni in < Interview with U Hung Hungt Hun HunhIIII
t IUIIK quotes quo him as declaring declaringmpha declaringmphau empha emphat
u t ni 1 > that China must not In any n flr flrcumitabi drrumglarJlII clrcumtanes
cumitabi i cede any more territory to toy tohl
i hl v y purer In reply to a question why whythf wh whI whythe
the I he rsttltlnn WB WAI not put down Bart CarlLI
11 1 1 f tr reported ai having said I blame blamelince blmeI
I lince l rInee Tuun the empress pmp u dowager down er and andth andthe I
the th whole Kkln government But for forthtr tori forthrc
i thtr Ih < lr lack of energy the situation situationwould siluatlonwould Uutlonwould
would nev never < r have become so aerlous 0 oaeriouuUPHULD aerloustPHuLD IerloullfIIULD
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tPHuLD INTEGRITY I OF 0 CHINA CHINAThe I
The Th St IMeraburc correspondent < < of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dally lilll Mall eays Active negotia negotiation neotlUr8 ¬
tion ar arc proceeding between HtW Russia Russiauml RuulMe
and Me tl fniteil States Stat the probable probablecutonif probableJutlrn I
out cutonif erne uf f which will 11 be a resolution reolullonuphid I
1 uphd the Integrity of China uncondirk uncon uncondii I
dirk l1lc nill nillA nil 11 11A I
A chunKhsl correspondent of the theKim theIIIme thetame
Kim paper ar Rays ay that the Americans Americansthru merlcanhm
thru lire > urging urln the appointment of oflien o ofcan
lien Ma MacArthur Aithur as I coramanderlncblefif coramanderlncblef commander In cblef cbleftr
if r thr th silted forces forcesTit forcesTer orceaTt
Tit standards Shanghai representa representatl
tl tle t erring Sunday 8unda says 1 It is I clear cleartv cllarHt clearthat
tv Ht t the Ih march to the relief of Pekln Peklnvi
vi 1 t b anything but a walkoverianr walkover
ianr an > came have discovered a alark al atarn
lark l rll r force rrt of Chine southward of ofTI ofToot ofTe
TI Te T TCln un and > 1 another large force In Inth Inth Inthe
th the vtt i tlnt inty ty of Lu Talto the tb eastward eastwardiius eutwarduEIti
uEIti iius I Jm CUT IN TWAIN TWAINit
it I Is amid b now the members of the theT theYllmn
T uiig iiYntnn ll Yam n who were put to death deathf
f tr r their alleged proforeign procllvl procllvli
tit tl i vur tare nut II beheaded but were cut cutIn
In twain this being tlftn the tb severest penalty penaltyVr plnaltn1r
n1r de Vr tin Manchu code Bhen de derMf derII
rMf rII that the th grand ralld council at Pekln Peklnv Pekln1111Illlt
sus v < itr 1111Illlt nint of the order for the exe axeun exeUl exeun
Ul un m mA II IIA
unA
A lannhal special dated August AugustMS
rh t MS ii Hung Hun Chang Chan has of ofl offl offlitirnneii 011IIlIrnTle
< l itirnneii inrrtncd < J the consuls that the theijit tb tbII theIrft
ijit II f left pekln for Tien Tsln last latr tutrra
r rra f 1 AuuuKt UIUpt 3rd with Gen Lung Lunlln LunllnUI1 In Inn inenm
enm UI1 > > n I of If the escort The tb consuls consulsi
di < > n i n m < > mean disposed to credit creditri
> ri if P Mdtement tal ment All other report nportlhat reportthat
that h 1 c rmhcd r London Up to this thisat thisthat
t at t that the ministers havet have
nut I t tit IVkln IVklnWill IeklnWill PekinTvin
Will Pay I lii told Oohlyk GaItiYk toldx
x v yk k Aug Au 7A 7 A special to the ther
lira r > 111 Washington lay II Minis Minist
r I e t h hi IM lent to the state depart departR departPnrl
m R rt > r Port Au Prince the tb text of ota ofhrfre
a > i hfflre fore the chambers which whichv whlcbtbe
v < t1 < iy the bonds and Interest Interesth
° Ih h ng II fund aa they Ihe fall due In Inu
IJ1 > I u ul < i lot of paper u Heretofore HeretoforeT
T Tn U I IVttp Ie ate DlfttrlliHtlon DlfttrlliHtlons istrIIlHllon istrIIlHllon0
s I n r n Iw i wo < 0 Aug Superior 7 TSuJtrtoru
fu Juan u rr f ha hits ordered a final dlstrl dlstrlMrs dltrlI
I Mrs lr ra t Susan > umn G Tevto of o the thpi Ihtj theO
j < I i O her husband the late lateT
l T T i which Is I valued at un 1737I 7 J7 J7tt
1 t I tt Itf eunslshl runalsta of 1 Irno 7 220 In InMures Int Ina
t a Mures hare In the Rancho Del Deli I I
Pa
1 i iniany and large tracts of
911 a I I II r counties or CaTlfornl CaTlfornlmuti CalltornlanllwlI Ctllfornlklisnwa
nllwlI > tltntlanntO < muti tin tout atlnn Ion With Ith Nntnt Nntnti
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c t NuUI Sut he has been fc re reestab reestabH rentbHm estab
Hm K < h fen MacDonaldscapture lacDoDd oaptu ot ofll
II m H khinn hl i ing nlf at Elands ad rlrr rI com comii co coulliIY
ii MiiKi ulliIY y and eontlntied Mon Monb
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b t N d tillli r d lls are obtainable but It Iti Itu
can i i u I t that Hit ° Gen n Crrlnlrton rlnfton and andi
i r Ihrnllton ltnlll ° n relieved the garrl arri famZtl arriZtiul
Ztiul Ztl ogee IIetenburg I nblirl > b rg which 1 II retiring reUrln to toI toIrlnlf
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A nll ml sn < on of o u the > w king ot t t11t Korea Konan Koreaman
b h 11t this H Iy < y ha bar d decided = cl a 4rOUlltn to re
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V AtII t fcV T J < rr rrth Y of ° th the Kwtft < < Iiptlon > tlon at attom atsnm t tnnp
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MAP OF PEKING SHOWING THE LOOATION OF THE LEGATIONS LEGATIONSWhen
When the th allied trnnps reach Teklnc lIln their difficulties IlIiI ltlea will be by no meant over Thai mutt then cr tItIM a breed moat moatsnd mota moatand
and a d batter > r down dOM wall 00 11 feet high and nd 50 feet thick The legations which an ul a marheil Il18rll 8 are in the Ib Tartar I1r City Xo S U Utie IIII btke
tie II Academy of llanIlo S Jntryed by the Chinese In an attempt to burn the nelKhborinit legation legationKey lelilloDIKlT legationsKey
Key to map 1 Imperil palate 2 fete > of Great Purity 3 Uuddhillt Hu ldhlt tnohattery 4 Monastery of Eternal Repose
5 JUrbl hridtre hrld e 0 Oolrlu Ink T Ole nf o Heaven S Academy of IlauUn i II The legation 10 Temple of lion Ulorinns Glorintll lionmts
nns Derntion 11 Kxsmiuiiif I college lull4 12 Observatory tower 13 Montery of Lung LuDgfutse fn tse 14 Ituddhlit monastery of ofYttugHoKnn otYlllllrlloKqnlf ofYuaiIio
YttugHoKnn YuaiIio Kani 1C Temple mpl of Cniifiiciti lIflllII lit Itn 1101 lmplll < dill uaircreity unirer ity IT Clock tower IS Drum tower 19 1 Temple of ofAncient ofAncInt ofAnelent
Ancient 1IIUIl8 I > uales 0 IVtatw Ie tata 21 Catholic church 22 Temple of Heaven 2 28 3 Altar of the lit Earth 21 Ituddhifct Ituddhifctuionsitery UuddlahtmoaaatlrJ Ituddbletmonastery
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taken out 82 ounces ouncelof of coarse gold Id from froma tromcllm
a claim on Slate creek a tributary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chlstachlng which flow Into the theCopper theCOflper thecopper
> Copper river litecleanup 1he cissn up waa mad madIn madeIn
In one on day dayThe dayTh dayThe
The Th new WU brought down by byJame b byJames
James Fish the government mall mallcarrier mallcrrler mallearner
carrier between Port Valdes VleI and nd Cora CoraCity loraxClly ores oresCity
City He had his hi Information from a aminer aminer
miner named Fulkemon who was di direct diPert ¬ I
Pert re < t from the district and a 4 who I It said saidl saidby Id Idb
l b by > y Fish to lie 1 thoroughly reliable Thefind The Thefind ThAnd
find he says was made July Jul 7th and andresulted andrHulted andresulted
resulted in a stampede to Slate creek creekThe creekThe
The mine where here the strike was mad madIs madeis
Is I owned by Joseph Bourke J Jacob Jacobson
son on William Crarey and Robert Coole CooleIn
In the seven days following their lucky luckyfind luckyAnd luckyfind
find they are r Mid to have taken out outeight outelht outeight
eight pound of dust dustPish dUitnh dustfish
fish also states that a food strike strikehas strikehas trlk trlkIla
has Ila been made at the headwater of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chlsna a few Inches below the sat satlace IUrface ur urface
face a u 1 high as 30 cent ntl to tbe pan be being beIn belag ¬
lag In obtained The new discoveries dlscoverieare
are re S40 mil Inland from Port Valdes ValdesThere VldelTherp ValdesThere
There are re not to exceed K miners In Inthe litthe Inthe
the district districtA
i > A telegraph tlerllfl line now connect cOllllectlln cOllllectllnI Swan Swanport gwanport
I port the little town surrounding the thernltnl theI theunited
united tnlt JIItatl t tfs army rm post In the Copper Copperi CopperIlrlver Copperriver
I Ilrlver i river district with Port Valdes Vallt It wa wacompleted wu wuhumpleted wucompleted
completed a tow week we 1cI ago agoIltlntiln agolItlnhle I IIItllhl6
I INewYork
Iltlntiln 001 Condition 1I III lloeis lloeisNew 1toer4New
7A the theHerald th thHerald I IHerald
New NewYork York Aug dispatch to
Herald from London say YI that a Lou Lourenso LouI Lourenso
I renso Marques correspondent of th thDally tbDally the theDally
Dally Telegraph etrTpb states that a Preach ICrenchman Jrencbman Preachmoo
man just returned return from the th Boer fron frontier frontlpr frontier ¬
tier confirm the telegrams which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been received 4urng the la last few day daydescribing dydeacrlblnc daysdeseribinl
describing the pitiable character ehar cter of the theBoer thtBoer the theBoer
Boer position positionOen
Oen Bocas Bol as commando originally
760 now con consists lt of only t3 < 3 and as other othercommandoes olbercommUldOt othercommudos
commandoes have ala ve been reduced In Ilk Ilkproportion liteproportion likeproportion
proportion ow owing Ing to desertion The re remaining remlnl romaning ¬
maining mlnl burghers have dlVtcJe4Jnto divided Into two twoparties twopartlel twoparties
parties one for peace and th the other for forwar forwar or orwar
war + The he peace party I III the stronger strongerTHO ItrotllerI strongerThu
I THO TYRANT CUPID CUPIDSay CUflIDI
I Say t + y what vialwill youill you youwill
will ill Cupl4yas Cupl4yasit Cupid is issomewhat IItlomebat itsomewhat
71 somewhat of oCt a atyr attraut
tyr t 1ul ut after all allHe allH
He H wave hi hiImh hit hitl1RIh
l1RIh 7 Imh of govern government JiIIMIDmut governtl ¬
tl meat over th thliead the thehed thebred
bred of every everywoman ev evamID everywoman
woman who whoelects whoelects whoelects
elects him to torule tow torule
w rule her We No Nowoman NoIIIOUlln Nowoman
woman can choose choosethe cbooaethc
the happiness ba PInlll and andhonor uadhonor andhonor
ye honor ot l wifehood wifehootland
and motherhood motherhoodwithout motherhoodwllbout motherhoodwithout
without bring bri nr subject also to its paint paintand pawaad psissad
and penalties penaltiesBut
But no woman tt nian ought oll ht to ntfltr u moat moatdo IDOItdo mostdo
do from those ailments and weaknesses weaknesseswhich weaknesseswhich Ntalc Ntalcwhich
which are due d Ik to her peculiarly delicate delicateand IItUcatea delicateipd
and a d susceptible ihleurganism organism livery Iiverywomaa Iiverywomaaought VetyWOl woman womanottfrht IU IUClaJbt
ought to know n now < lW that l Iii Jr > r Pierce J > Favorite FavoritePrescription FawriteJlrllcri PavoitiPiecripdon
Prescription Jlrllcri Oll will cure these the unnatural unnaturaland
and debilitating def de litatinJ trouble It f cure them themabsolutely tbetuaWoIwly themabsolutely
absolutely completely pMel permanently It Itcontains ItOOtItal1 Itcontains
contains no alcohol to create a craving cravingfor cnavl cnavlfor
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to take care of my III hour My M k halth Jth h kIaa better betterIkan bitlrtaaa
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III ennrfWIy ennrfWIyThis cbftorttIlyTbillflUlli chnrlyThis
This TbillflUlli irawi grandPreacripdonhas PrwcrintJoa Pmteri hu accom accomtilishH aCCOlll1IIIIbeel secanttrllrbtd
tilishH the same me beneficent imrpoee IU for forthousand forDCtI forihattesnds
thousand DCtI of women in every corner of ofthis ofllii ofthis
this broad lend It impart itaJII 1U health healthstrength hcaltJtareftltb healthslnagh
strength and endurance to the special specialorgaalam 1plC1aIGtldiam spa isle isleolgautaam
orgaalam of womanhood and gives < < tonic tonicvitality tOlllcvitality tonicvitality
vitality to the entire nervous system lyrtemIts IlltemItl
Its It muvelouptopettke mamlon ptonertk are more fully fullydescribed flll1yclelrribed fullydescribed
described in one oDe chspttr of the Peoples PeoplesCommon PeIJ1ltCaaunon PeoplesCommon
Common Sense Sen Medical Adviser bv b R V VPierce VPiICe VPierce
Pierce M D a splendid Id tamuan thoionel tidpegc tidpegc11hutnted < lpagv lpagvillustrated page pageillnetrsted
illustrated volume WIt which will be sent sentfa trntpaptrk1aDd sentfree
fa paperHound hound for it oMotat csst sUwp sUwpt Main Mainor
t 10 MHbe Jll Ole otitt or of MaWisjjwdfi ar or orbOwthl doth h hbtiNil
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A MESSAGE FROM CONGER CONGERCol
Col Meade of tile Marine Corps Rtceivn Recti One OneDon OneDone nt ntDone
Done Up In a Pig Skin SkinIti SkinHrldeuce
fhltlec
Iti 11101 Hrldeuce IU nice I Unit riilnene Curerniiirnt Curerniiirntiiuo
Irate ill H ifoxnn CoiiiilciiHiireliiiiTliunnuiul CIIllIlpIIMUIOUIIJhollluI111 CoiiiilciiHiireliiii ouIIteIINllee3lally1huuundrroops
Tliunnuiul 1huuundrroops Troon TroonYork JJaullHl JJaullHlw Jlasod4ew
4ew w York Aug 7A T dispatch to the theJournal tb tbJourn1 theJournal
Journal and nd Advertiser from Shanghai Shanghaiays
says M11Col saysCol aysCol
Col Meade I of th the marine corps 11 11received barn barnreceived ha hareceived
received by b native courier a message messagewrapped messagewrapped
wrapped In pig skin signed by b Minister MinisterConger MlnlterConer MinisterConger
Conger as e follow followHelp followHelp followsHelp
Help at once If at t all 11 Besieged Ii IiBritish 11 11Hrltbh isBritish
British legation No government Pekln Peklnexcept PlkintXcept Peklnexcept
except military chiefs who are re deter determined determined determined ¬
mined on destruction foreigners foreignersThe torlpenThe
The Shanghai correspondent also 0 says saysthat UItht saysthat
that In the papers of the viceroy at Tlfea TleaTiln TlfeaTsln II II IITln
Tsln was ae found fou nft a recelft re It t for one hun hundred hUlldred hunBred ¬
dred taels paid to the Boxers for thehead the thehead thehead
head of Major Waller Wall r of o the UnLStatu Untied UntiedStates Unlt l lState
State narlnce who was killed at thefirst the thefirst 0 0firlt
first battle nf Tien Tsln TslnThe TllnThE Tam TamThe
The Kev Dr Evans an Rngllsh mis misslonary mi miIollat missionary
slonary Iollat searched the Yamen of the theTien theTlen theTien
Tien lain viceroy > and found In his hisprivate b brtte hqprivate
private papers pap full accounts of the do driInp dolags doIngs
lags of the foreign foncs for during the thesiege theIIlp thesiege
siege IIlp with lists of their killed and andwounded adwounded d dwounded
wounded He also found probes promises ot otxnilons o oIInlloo usnsioni
xnilons to the tb families of aU iltln iltlnBoxers 1 1s1 1s1Boxers D DDoxen
Boxers BoxersHe DoxenHe BoxersHe
He found receipts for arm and pd am ammunition anti antimunition JIlL JIlLmUllltion ¬
munition from each village This fI fIproot fsproof s sproof
proof of the official nature of the Boxer Boxermovement BoxertnoVlment Boxermovement
movement and nd also 110 of the treachery tre herr ut ofsome utBome utsome
some one In the tbrJlllcI ranks of the allies alliesThe alii aliiThe alliesThe
The Chinese Cbln left five million tall In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the treasury trealut In Tien Tsln Tslnfrom TlnFrom TamaFrom
from a trustworthy native ntI puree pureeit ource ourceIt 1Ce 1CeIt
It is I learned that Gen Ma was we mur murdered murdered tautdared ¬
dered by a Boxer There are aretroopa 4MW 4MWtroop Q000troops
troop at Tang Tall Tsun under den Sung
40000 at Pie Tsang undtr Gen Tung TungFull TIIIFull TungFull
Full Slang 40000 at Pekln already Iu aid aidmore atdmor sadmore
more arriving dally and 60000 In camp camptwenty camptwenty aIllJltWIII
twenty tWIII mile west of Tien Tsln TslnCharles TlaChRrle8 TrlsCharles
Charles Gear PaidoiiMl PaidoiiMlPhoenix lUcJOllldPhoenix PatdudedPhoenix
Phoenix Arts Aug Au 7 7ovPrftOI Governor Ac Ackers Ackn Acken ¬
ken has granted a pardon to Charles ChlrlelGnat CharlesGraf CiarlHOrat
Graf who Is serving an eight ye yvarr yvarrsentrmt rt rtII ra raentente
entente II > > at Yuma from Gila OU county oouaryfor countyfor 6un1for
for killing his hi partner Preston Kile at atQlobc atGlobe atGlobe
Globe a year ago agoviiiiitic qolImm agoTViilCItIC
viiiiitic is numtis iiocmw iiocmwTlt
The FIUIHIHH t ltutllHI Jleinlwr III lMrlf I rlifUluul lttriliinutII H mHt mHtllit
llit II vt AiMreutly 11 MUCHII Ui UlIIIMl8N14I UlIIIMl8N14INew i tiearml tiearmlNew
New York Aug TThe Tribune TrlbwaTbe say saysTito
Thd Hon James Boothby Burke BurkeKoche BurkHoche HurkeRuche
Ruche member r of Ifrllamwt parllam nt ha hat apparenti apparvntly ap apparently ¬
parently dliappeared For almost Im three threemouth thtHmOlllh threemuuths
mouth hi hi friend In this city It have havenot hnenot havenot
not heard h ard from him and no word from fromhim tromhim fromhim
him ha reached hi his hotel Mr Roche Rochelias Rochehas
has 11 large Interest Inl reeta In this country and andfor alldtor andfor
for some year eall it ha b has been n his II annual annualcustom annualCUltom annualcustom
custom to visit America to look afterthem after afterthem atttrthem
themWhile them themWhile themWhile
While In this city tltrand and In fact while whileIn
In this countryhe always Iwa stay at t andmake and andmakee UIdmattce
make hi hie headquarters at tbe Holland HollandHouse HolIn4HouN HollandHouse
House This Th year h he arrived rrlve4ID In Amen America Amenoa JnerIca ¬
ca In April A rU and took rooms a u usual uauIthe at atth atthe
th the Holland house In tbe Ant month monthor
or so after aft r that he left tt the th city cll on tn tnfluent Irequest re requent
fluent trip always 1 however retaining retaininghi rtlnl rtlnlhit
hi hit room Thee ulpa usually lastedfrom lasted lastedfrom luledtrum
from thrO to tea daysAbout days daysAbout da daAbout
About the middle of May Mr Roche Rochecasuslly Rochecasually nltI nltIcaaully
casually said Id to the tb clerk at the the desk deskthat del deltbat deskthat
that he was U going oln eat of town for two twoor toor twoor
or three days but that hi bb room wa a not notto notto notto
to be disturbed or changed Prom the thetime ttlttime thetime
time of f Mr fr Koch Roch1 departure la May Mayup Mayup 111 111up
up to the present th the hotel hotel people hs hIVe hIVer havereceived > e ereceived
received r lvs no word either directly dlN U or in indirectly IndlrecU indirectly ¬
directly from the missing mah ma They Theyare Tht Thtre Theyare
are re terlously alarmed over hi his absenceand absence absenceand nc ncan4
and fear that h he may have met foulplay foul foulplay I Ipl
play pl or that some harm ha tau befallen befallenhim befallenAmnig tallen tallenhim
him himAmong Among Mr Roches Inter Int Intereta ta h this thiscountry tblcounur thiscountry
country was a a charter from UM Cana Canadlaa Canadlaa CansdlaN
dlaa government ent to erect a isfgrapta isfgraptaline JIb JIbline pbh
h line a frs ri t a point oa th u the 01 Jte Pscllo Jteclio p petto
clio fyllRfiaA mOroad Uww to Daw Da lJltllgell City F iIY
I or or some other point In the Klondike Klondikeregion gold ffotdr goldregion
region r lun He paid frequent visits v to toWashington toahlntton tofA
Washington fA while here It was a supposed supposedfor
for the Ih purpose of seeking aelk n governmental governmentalauthority rovmmentllauthot1l governmentalauthority
authority to extend hi his line Into Alaska AlaskaIt AlaakIt
It Is I powlble JI IIIlble of course that he h may maybe m mbe maybe
be somewhere In the Far Xprthwwt Xprthwwtlooking NQrthUltlookln llprthwwtlooking
looking after his hi telegraph project projectIS
IS Ms MA1UIJ lt110 CAK C I KMMA QUAl QU4 QUAhl7Tito 11 11fho V VTlio
Tlio IMtcrwn N < J Girl Is II Vow uw In InKuit IIIHtIIOlltl fnICutopa
Kuit HtIIOlltl > e Ostensibly on u SlaltNew VMt VMtNew Iwlt Iwltpw
New pw York Aug Au 7 7AnDt Anent th the arrest arrestIn
In 11 Rom of Marie Casse in connectionwith connection connectionwith connectionwltb
with the U plot pl to kill King KI Humbert Humbertand
and an It alleged all d confession from her it itI ItII
I II How rl dowptated stated ltta ed that she he Is I probably the thesame th thamt theany
same gi lI p lWbo who was known in Patron PatronX
N J s aa Emma Quasi Qu and nd who wholived wh whIIv whollvedror
lived llvedror IIv for a long 10 time In Paterson Her Herfather
father still live 11 there the and say y that thatundoubtedly thatundoubtedly thatundoubtedly
undoubtedly the girl Jrl mentioned In the thecablegram thecblecrm thecablegram
cablegram I ii hi his pretty daughter Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma maThis This conclusion ll does do not rest altogethr alto altogether altoeU ¬
gether eU r upon th the judgment jUll meot of Mr Qua Qualts1 Quasi Q QII
si He a Wun as evidence tvd l e In the lIilarm form of ot101Wi ofletter a aloiter
loiter vrltten rltt ft hy the tb girl 1 on May Mayand n nand nud
and mailed nt a later date In Italy In Inthl InthJ4i Inthis
thl this letter Emma juassl say that tba tbanet aba naeniet abauet
net a very ry nice nit young oun man on 9n th thstesimer t tftm t1 t1llebmer
stesimer named Gxutano GtI < tano Brescl B IIlI 8b 8bupeakii he hespeaks I IIIJJtMut
speaks of to the fact that Bread had hadworked hladkedtalllrit hsdworked
worked kedtalllrit ttt > Paterson run and that It Itr wa wasatraAtps watraanH
traanH r that she l1t halt > > ad not met him before be before to totorllo ¬
fore According Aocflrdt to further statement statementIn
In the letter th the < young oun girl had been beenfur benfor beenfor
for oicht tda day In rinse companionship companionshipwith
with Ream at tl lute of writing
Th girl frlrllllllt sailed > fj n the Oascngne with withher withher lib libher
her unole Plant hVderlco of Patereon Patereonhi
hi his wife h MrluMK Marl n1anoe II 11Il and a his bl daughter daughterCarmeltsM ducbtprCarine daughterCarlnellna
CarmeltsM Carine At Havre these th relations relationsleft reltlunleft
left bur and as stated In the letter letterHreset lettlrBrCIId letterBeesd
Hreset voluntten 1 to escort her to the thehome t thome thehome
home of a friend from Paterson Pa tereon Lutsjl LutsjlBrlna Lu1Drlna LulglBrina
Brlna now living In Paris She remalned re remaln r rmalntC
maln malntC 4 Jn Paris r rr > r Home days at the thehome th thhom thehome
home Of Mr lin and > < n < i Mr Brlna while whileBrescl whileDrfICl whileBreaacl
Brescl stopped stop u a hotel near by The Thegirl ThOIIrl Thegirl
girl hb after etopE er y > l uy IIta in Part n with Ith Bawl Brejidand Bawland Breseland
and hi hili fHinai tt i I s wont > nt on to Italy to the thehouse thlhoUle thehouse
house of her rnther rn mut her In Moeeo Santa SantaMaria SantaHItII Bantanepr
Maria jne nepr r IU HItII > H This is all 11 the n1wfat thefather I Itatber
father fat en knows knoo or r hi isle daughter alt altit til tilIt IrllIt
It will 11I be en that Emma Quaxil Ins waaIn MISIn InsIII
In a position tu hear all about the th i ii iiSlid I I4Id
Slid 4Id W Uigt get at the th whole truth She muethate mUl mUlhA mu muhave
have hA known ff < d < f the meeting of UDNI HrtllIwith Knsriwith I Iwith
with Qqlntnvnll QI tnallo and Lana and iut iutaMy prhably >
aMy aN knew of conferences with M MlliIt hlaiaeteta 11101 11101etfl
eta whose hci hl1Ituarten iiarters ere a re now hILandon In InLondon IIILqndon
London but ut Ill I is a at mysterious mYllhrluUIeVlr a aever as asever
ever in bin i lining and goings goingsBmma goingslemma ullll ullll1mml
lemma yuunl tlulIllN m i described aa rather a ataH atall atali
tall girl with ith dirk hair and eye andolive and nndnltve
olive 01 comnlexirni She Is I plump and andves7 nndvery nnt nntattrruth
very attrmtlve The Th girl was but bllthumtllp a ahumble ahtnnble
humble silk lIk weaver n pr like her father in inPatorsofl InJ InPAttwsos
Patorsofl J > she irked In the tI Parnpnn Parnpnnmill PllrAj PllrAjmltl Paranmill
mill on ffttralgti street where Kr lerll lerlltlna re retina e etins ¬
tina Cravelle v who l < has ha already acquired acquiredcoetdderable aciiudcdcoMMerabie 1ulnj 1ulnjOOMIc1blt
coMMerabie 1 fame < > In connection with withthe withthe IIh IIhthe
the anarchl tc wall as employed The Thefather Tiltfll Thefather
father fll tiler dent s that t hn t she he 11 Is I a Mclallat and andthat andtit andthat
that tit at th the only onl finer it r she be read uts w + 1 II IIMarlmento IIMarlmento I IMarlmento
Marlmento not m nnarchlst nn iehbt paperShe paper paperShe parrShe
She planned fr f months her trip to toRurope toEurope 0 0KUNpe
Europe but her rut t rather lh her r Instate her only onlypurpose IInl IInlptlrpollU onlypurpose
purpose In going olr was as to see her mother motherand motllfrand motherand
and brother br thtu In Italy Quaaal say Iltl he heIs hlI heIs
Is I sure It wall n mere coincident that thatbrought thatbrouht thatbrought
brought the girl Irl mi nlll Brescl together on onthe untile onthe
the steamer on the way wa across the At Atlantic AtItte Atlantle ¬
lantic lanticUnltml ItteUliitod lantleUIIItINI
Unltml Council of HullOta Ilttil4MK Trade TradeNew TnuleflNew TradeeNew
New York Aug TOn Ia hundred hundreddelegates Jaund hundreddelegates d d1PIIlntlq
delegates reprt i pnMntlng aentl1 7100 building buildingworkmen bUild buildingworkmen In Inwul1tran
workmen In New York VI > > rk dty ty and vicin vicinity tielnIt IrluIty ¬
ity It have brought about w amajgania amajganiatlon mWanlQtlon
tlon of the Ixtarl of delegates de e e ft tes of the theUnited theUtllt theUnited
United Utllt d Council of the 11sU BulldtM Tradrc Tradrcof lr d dof
of New Toil and nr1 vIe lnnlt Ifinft1i ItItr General I J ar arbltratlnn arbltratlon atbitratlnn
bltratlnn ainnk anu t nl nulldlfig untoe unt andthe unttbe unttbe
tbe doing dolll < < a OWIIY i > wtth teethge Ith general generalstrikes generalstrikesCaused etrlken etrlkenoaui rlk rlkOIIMd
oaui Caused > d by rival rl a1 omnfaations I is the theporpoM thlUrpoat thepurpose
purpose of the nmalguuMlon All Allunion Alltdllofta Alluutora
union refuslnit retult r to It arbitrate voluntarlly voluntar
lly II will be fro f fI > t > t t 10 subMtt te com computanry COllIPllaotJ eouipuknry
putanry arbitration or orItIa beeisjeJMd beeisjeJMdThl
Thl amairtmatloci unltl llrntlOII will probably probablyhrmg pPObablhrlq probablyhrng
hrmg about atbllatbqwlth amilatK > q with the Ut theqitIota theqitIotabisOdhsg wtlond wtlondbtitMlttg utlonalblllWlq
btitMlttg trades councfl In Cktoifn CktoifnItrltAln CllIaICQUricRhl CbroithBelittle
Belittle Cynics 5vit 5vitAug itteltbLondon
Load London Aug A 7 7 I a isAoycjone isAoycjonehas i ILl A cyclone cycloneha Ion IonCalled
ha prevailed throughout tbrou oltM the United UnitedKlttMMsi UDlttdXI UnitedK1p
KlttMMsi XI K1p Called oat Mnc Mtac lICe eace early Nrl lat tveallkS Lot Lotof l lot IoMof
of Ills I a as land and sea 11 aod Ow 4 desti dMtrac dMtractto t1tlCl t1tlClucI n nt1011
t1011 tto JjlMpisjg and st 4 hV tw rftNrtr pint rty Lee ar arrprtj
rprtj
TO PREVENT THE THEALLIES THEALLIES I IALLIES
ALLIES ADVANCE ADVANCEChinese ADV ANOE ANOEChine
Chinese Camarilla Doing Doln All in inIts inIts inIts
Its Power PowerS PowerIl1tA
Il1tA III iV1S S A1HS UU JfALHflCI AJJ INa FAST FASTllniire FSIIhlll1rllii IIA1SIlillIpreiiil
to II IIIeeli
Ihlll1rllii llniire > N II Ihottager 1Hcer IIdrrJllJtlftl I IItellllllllJ
ItellllllllJ Ieeli Isle 11t Lltternnhlunula lrJlllll IIU Ollt OlltNw 011 011or Uutor
or teltitl teltitlNew
7A dispatch to the theTribune thftTrlblln theTribune
Nw Ne York Ang An
Tribune from London say saysThere sayThere I II11re
There to the utaal Jumble of menaces menacesand mnceand menacesand
and surmises from China with no urn offlclal omelal urn11a1
clal bulletin about the battle of Pel PelTianc reiIIq PeiTsang
Tianc on Sunday and no apparent apparentchange i ryarentchange nt ntcbanri
change In the situation The Chine Cblnetncamarilla Oblb OblbCftntarilla Chinecamarilla
camarilla with the empreM eJDp dowager dowuerat owat r rat
at Itt I head le I doing eloln everything In IU IUpower It Itpow itsbower
power pow to prevent an advance of the al allied alllett allied ¬
lied army rm on Pekln Head are falling fallingtn tlllaIn
In order to convince the power that the thelegations Ih Ihl theltfgklioa
legations l ltlonl have no friend and are at the themercy thehMft themercy
mercy hMft of the ompreas dowager and of ofPrince ofPrllUe ofPrince
Prince Tuan Troope are re massed be bettrten betWMII betWoen
ttrten lien Tiln Tim and the capital and aw atestrongly awstrongly 111 111trolll1
strongly entrenched In order to warn warnthe wrntbe warnthe
the foreign tores commander commD elll that they will willbe 1111II willbe
I be forced to Loabt fight their way into the thecity Iheelt thecity
city elt
cityThe
The communication of the mlnleten mlnletenthat mh aters atersthat
that the government are re closed clOMt1l1 It be becaut becallie because
cause the tbtetnp empreee dowager dOw prefer to tokeep tok tokeep
keep k Me t civilised world utterly In the the4aryJ theclarY thedaryNeh
4aryJ daryNeh eh reports as are allowed to toII toIIoat pan passout panout
out to tothe the coast are menaces like the therumcr tbeTuq therumbrtht
rumcr rumbrtht that Tung Ku II Slang has topped stoppedthe toppedthe tDPpedthe
the further tW entrance trnee of supplies uPpU Into the theWrit tbenratl thelhitlsk
Writ lhitlsk lib Citation IfrU n or confession of ter terrortsm terrorl tenroniSni
rortsm rorl like Uk u the story Itor that Prince Tuan Tuanhaa Tuanh Tunahas
has h put to death Yuan 8hih Kal and andother andotb andolhdt
other otb t viceroys or glittering promlMiHke promise proml promlJlke
Hke Hk Poee OM 0 assurance that the legation legationare lettonr
are r under the escort of a strong force forceand foren4 forceand
and n4 are journeying to the coast coaatBjtTHMS coutoP coastMPHE
BjtTHMS MPHE P l DOWAGER DETBRMINBD DETBRMINBDAlt D DAll
All these tb rumor are signs In that the thenpfess thedoweer thepeea
npfess peea dowager le determined to keep keepthe keepaM keepthe
the alltn out of Pekln Her motive li liplain I Iplalnlh a aplain
plain plalnlh Bhe In convinced that It they theyonce the theonct theyonce
once enter the capital some of them will willnet willr willnetga
net netga go r out until province have ha Vl been beenceded betaeedtd beenceded
ceded to them In place of indemnities indemnitiesThe
The actuation le no perplexing that it itI ItII Itis
I II not strange that several power ar arhesitating art arthultatln arehesitating
hesitating to sanction the advance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the relief Uef column but It It evident Ident that thatthe tbatthe thatlbe
the empress emp dowager Is I strengthened by byevery b bev1 byevery
every ev1 day da of Inaction and delay The Thelegations Thelelltlon Thelegations
legations narrowly escaped < 1 destruction destructionwhen detructlonwhen destructionwhen
when Vice Admiral Seymour hesitated hesitatedand
and ordered the first relief column to toretreat toretreat toretreat
retreat and to them was finally accord accorded
ed a respite In consequence of the de defeat d dfeat defeat ¬
feat of the tb Chinese army at Tl Tlen n Tsln TslnThe TsinThe IllnThp
The powers pow are now exposing them themthrough themthmllh themthrough
through vacillation to a renewal of the theattack theattack theattack
attack when their ammunition la well wellnigh wellnigh 11 11nlh
nigh exhausted and they are re dependent dependentupon dependentllpon
upon the empress Pfl1ll dowager for supplies suppliesof
of food while the generals lnpr III and admit admirals admitala < lmlralII ¬
ala pre holding boldin conferences e and delaying delayingan
an n advance and the fighting Is I likely to tobe tobe tobe
be more desperate and the situation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legations more critical In cone consequence conequence OllieqUMlce ¬
quence of the Ions halt and the Intri Intrigues Int Int1fQt intnlInca ¬
Inca 1fQt which are apparently In progress progressThe Pror ProrThe progressThe
The only alternative for a march to tothe toth tothe
the th capital In negotiation ne < < 0t18t1on through U UHung tIHun 11Hung
Hung Hun Chang for the delivery llIvlr of all the theforeigner thefollIIelll theforeigners
foreigner at Tien Tsln and for the pay payment pa pament paymeat ¬
ment of Indemnities and It U I doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhther doubtfulwhether
whether the legations will 11 consent to toabandon toNatlon toabandon
abandon their position or whether any anyChinese anyChinese n nChi
Chinese Chi general could conduct them In Insafely InC1r insafely
safely C1r to the coast Moreover oreov r the de delivery d dlivery delivery
livery at Tlen Tan could only 0111 be beured se secured secured ¬
cured under tanll a pledge pled that the powerwould power powerwouldllbt
would wouldllbt abt bt subsequently send an a army armyto ann annto
to the tb capital to effect their reinstate reinstatement relftltatIftt rehutatemeet ¬
meet
AN ADVANCE FAVORBD FAVORBDPublic J1AVORICDPubliC FAVORICDPublic
Public opinion here strongly favor anadvance an anadvance anadyanll
advance of the allied army arm with all pos posbe poIIItblt popsuite
suite be dispatch after the empress Emp has haabeen hub hasben
been b n warned WIITne that she lie and her min inlnliter minltprII mintiters
liter will tx > held responsible for the thenrffetr thelIafe thesafety
safety lIafe of the legations The foreign of ofnee ofnce oflice
nee remains silent but the I measures measuresadopted meaaurea measuresadopted
adopted a lJ1tedtor for strengthening the American Americancoritlngentand Americanti1itlnpnf Americanriidtingent
coritlngentand ti1itlnpnf and nd protecting British Inter Interrstft IntprlItif interopts
opts Indicate clearly the governments governmentsiwogtiltloit governmentsrecdgbitlolf ovemmentH
iwogtiltloit H ltlolt nf the grave danger of ofR a aKenmt agene
Kenmt R gene t revolt r olt In middle Chinahate China ChinaTtlete ChinalIftplllII
Ttlete lIftplllII hate was no official confirmation confirmationhere lonllrmatlonmldnlrht confirmationheret
here heret at midnight of the Washington Washingtonreport WUhtntonreport Wuhingtonreport
report that a battle had been fought on onSunday onBUD onSundby
Sunday BUD at 1VI II Tseng Tln In which the al 1
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Cleanses the System SystemGently SystemGcn SystemGently
Gently Gcn 11 and Effectually Effectuallywhen
when bilious or costive costivettf costivelhrrtNtlr costiveIirtreitta
lhrrtNtlr iii lit titt mart atwpheAkjaar atwpheAkjaarthe fXf1 Nt nt
the 111 Ituetttivt lrIlI jvJnapfs J1IJ t of ofto o lIUtIt lIUtItKII ant antknoNrr
KII knoNrr 1fJI to act acmart mart Jltf > > 1 pcn pcnTO Afro toIl 1cily 1cilyTO cialyTO
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL ENEflCIALElfCTS ENEflCIALElfCTSOUY EFFECTS EFFECTSBUY EFFECTSDUY
BUY THE GENUINE MANFD IY IYCALIfORNIA IYCALIFORNIA Y YCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP STRUPCOSAN CO COSAN
SAN ruANCiseo CAL CALIOUISVIUC tALLOUISVILLE CALloulsvlLllKY
LOUISVILLE KY < Y NW NIWYOAKNy NIWYOAKNyPee YORK NY NYftr
Pee tih fy 6 a trvffittt yiitr 1 pntt me SO OVAredark OVAredarklied ftr rI toVr toVrlied MIlt MIltII
lied II forces hal met with heavy hel losses logsesbut Inebut lossesbut
but had forced the Chinese to retreat retreatfrom retreatfrom retreatfrom
from a strong position Mr Broderlck Broderlckconfessed Brodlrlokconfted Broderickconfused
confessed that he had no informationrespecting information informationrespecting IntormUonItllpecUn
respecting the tb advance of the allies alii and andat andat 114 114t
at t a late h hour ur nothing was w known la laparliament IIIparliament inparliament
parliament about the battle battleTtWO battleIUNG battleTUNG
TtWO EIGHT MILH8 fILl 8 AWAY AWAYTh
Th press dispatches dllpa tlhell from Tien Tam Tslnof Tllnot Tamof
of an earlier dat reported Gen Tungs Tungstroop Tun Tuntroop Tungstroop < <
troop In strength eight miles nil away and andth andtlte andthe
th the country Is I flooded through mi open openIng u openlag lll lllIn
lag In In the canal bank If there has been beena
a battle th the Chinese have probably probablybrought probablYbrouaht probablybrought
brought on the fighting for the allies alliesaccording allltaCOrdlnl alliesaccording
according to most trustworthy trullt worth corre correspondents correepondeotl conespondents ¬
spondents were divided Into two camps campsand campiaud campand
and were unable to agree upon any ab plan planof
of operations operationsWILL operationsWILL opersllonsWILL
WILL BE STRONGLY RaiSTBD RaiSTBDNew JD IITW IITWNtw
New York Aug Au 7A dispatch to the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune from London says saysThe 1aIThe saysThe
The correspondent correll Opdcnt of the th Bxpre at atTien atTlen atTlen
Tlen Tlsln believes that the advance of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the allied troops on the capital will be bestrongly beetronly bestrongly
strongly resisted the time consumed In InInternational InIntrnatlonal ininternational
International conference having havln en enabled enabled n nabled ¬
abled the Chltviif hIM to concentrate C1 eentratc an anenormous anen anenSrmnui
enormous en rmou opposition oppositionThe
The shanghai orrcspondent of the theDally thtDally theDaily
Dally Mall reports ri ortl that there ha has be been btnrreat beengreat < n ngreat
great friction among mon the allies alii as to the theappointment tluappointment t h happolntrnint
appointment of a Commanderinchief CommanderinchiefGen comntander tneief tneiefGen
Gen MatArthur has It is I stated been beenIjiut btIput beenhtut
Ijiut ut forward for the place by b the Amer Americans Amer101Ull Amerloan ¬
loan while an unofficial Paris telegram telegramsaya tellramI telegramsays
says I that Gen Yoyron oyn the commander commanderof
of 0 th the French expeditionary Jt ltlonU corps has hasactually buac hasacII
actually ac acII ally Ul been appointed appointedOnllMoit appoIntedColll appointedChlllelotl
OnllMoit Colll lolt tm lit the MonoLafayette Mono MonosLafayette lIOliottLatatte
Lafayette Indiana Aug 7The 7Thesouthbound 1ThelOutlrbound 7Thesouthbound
southbound Monon passenger train Nu NuS
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a light engine Onne at South lUuib ten miles milessouth mileeouUt milessouth
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