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NUMBER 1530 WASECOSTGrTOISr SATURDAY JUNE 23 1900 PRICE PRICEO Piuc ONE O E CENT C m >
SIEGE OF OFTIENTSIN IIENI5IH IIENI5IHFears
Fears That the Allied Troops TroopsHave TroopsHave Troopsilave
Have Been Annihilated AnnihilatedOVERWHELMED AnnihilatedOYERVIIEIJIED
OVERWHELMED BY CHINESE CHINESEConsulate CHINESEConsuiate
Consulate Consuiate Occupants Take Refuge Refugein
in the TowiTllall TowiTllalli TowiTllallRUSSIAN Town IlaU IlaUi IlaURUSSIAN
i
RUSSIAN FORCES ENTRENCHED ENTRENCHEDiclit
Eight iclit Hundred AiuericiiiiM IlattllnR IlattllnRWith IInttllu IInttllulth
With lth the BoNers IIeut Ileutonnnt Ileutonnntrhht LleutnantVrIg1tt i ai t tAVrlRht
AVrlRht rhht of the 1ie United States 5t teM 3Ia 3Iae 3lnrine tn tnrine
rine e Corps Curl Either Killed l nlccl or orHtinlM urouneleclCeleMtlnl orWouzideilCclrs
WouzideilCclrs ouneleclCeleMtlnl HtinlM InIi Well VeIl Armed Armedmid Armednncl Aritiedanti
mid Firing Flrln on u the Foreign COIICCH COIICCHHloiiH CozicesS uncelC uncelCIonll
S HloiiH Ionll From the AVulI nll zzIIs of the City CityScenes CitySccneH CItVScenes
Scenes of Anarchy Anorell In 1eUIii IcklnUeb IcklnUebe PekiziItebflezozizid Iteh Itehel
el e Demand a General Slaughter SlaughterConcern SlnuJhterConcern SlaughterConcern
Concern In London for C CLONDON Conger CunerLOXDOS CongerLONDON
LONDON June 23 3Tientsin Tientsin Is admit admittedly admltt admittedI ¬
tedly t tedI IY in the most desperate straits Near Nearly Xearly ¬
ly 13 all of the unwelcome reports concerning concerningthe concerningThe
the critical situation there are coBrmed coBrmedThe corllrmedrhe coalirmedThe
The announcement that the tb tI foreign defend defenders defenders defendera ¬
ers were running short of ammunition at atlast at1st atiist
last 1st accounts will It Is feared only pre prepare preJH1re prepao ¬
pare the way for the tidings that the In International 1nternntioaal 2ntornatiosal ¬
ternational troops have been defeated bj bjthe b bthe bthe
the Chinese Chi nose fanatics which whle moaqs moaii their theirannihilation theirtlnnlhllaUon theirannihIlation
annihilation There are faint hopes that thata
a sufficient reenforcing column may get getto gettbe getto
to the city from Taku In time to prevent preventsuch preen prerentauch t tuch
such uch a frightful outcome of the desperate desperateeffort desperateeffort deeperateJ deeperateeffort
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effort to protect foreign Interests InterestsAt InterestsAt IntereetsAt
At lat accounts too bombardment was wasstill WilSfittll waaatill
still going on The Chinese are using field fieldguns fieldbUns fieldguns
guns with ith terrible effect Outside the city citythe clt clttbe citythe
the Chinese Chln number 15040 and their emis emissaries emissaries emiszarles ¬
saries crowd the foreign quarters inside insidethe Insidethe Insidethe
the walls and are constantly setting fire to tobuildings tl tlbuildings tabuildings
buildings From the walls of the native nativecity nathcefty nativecity
city the Chinese are steadily workingbenry working workingloavy workingbellY
bellY guns trained on the foreign con concessions concessions concessions
cessions cessionsAn cessionsAn cessionsAn
An official despatch de patch from the American AmericanConsul AmericanConsul AmericanConsul
Consul at Tientsin confirms the the previous previousreport Jredousreport previousreport
report that all the foreign buildings have havebeen havebeen
been destroyed destro ed by fire The casualties are areextremely areutremely areextremely
extremely heavy hea The foreigners who whotavo who11a1e who2iae
tavo fled from the various consulates have havecongregated haecongreglted havecongregated
congregated at ihe town hall where they theynfe theynre theyare
nfe are doing their best to beat off f the en enraged enragt ¬
4
raged ragt > d Chinamen and protect their lives livesTbe livesThe ilveaThe
The native troops are supplied with the thebeat theb thebeat
b beat < 4t cannon and rifles and are doing ter terribly terribly tsrribly ¬
ribly destructive work with them themIt themIt themIt
It Is believed bore that the report that thst1oo
1500 foreigners have already fallen vic victims Tlctlms yicilma ¬
tims to the Boxers and their allies is not notJn notIn notIn
In the least exaggerated exaggeratedThe exaggeratedTbe
The Russian troops have entrenched entrenchedthemselves eDtreDcheclthemselves entrenchedthemselves
themselves at the railway station and they theyare theyare theyare
are resisting the advance of the enemy to tothe tothe tothe
the utmost of their ability The Chinese Chinesehowever Chinesebowever Chineseiowevor
however iowevor are pouring In upon them In Inoverwhelming Inpverwhelmlng inS
S overwhelming numbers The regular regulartroops regulartroops regulartroops
troops as has been said arc well armed armedbut armedbut armedbut
but the rabble Is 1 supplied only on1 with im improvised ImJrodsed Iraprovised ¬
provised weapons and trusts to its great greatnumbers greatDumbers greatnumbers
numbers to defeat the foreign guards guardsA guardsdespatch
A despatch from Shanghai of todays todaysdate to todaysdate < 11Ys 11Ysdate
date says that the Chinese troops who are areattacking areattacklng areattacking
attacking Tientsin are commanded In per person perEon ¬
son n by Prince Tuan the new n head of the theTsung thelIBung theIeung
Tsung LI Yamen Foreign Office It Is Isalso Isalso Isalso
also reported that they have a great num number number auraber ¬
ber of rapidfire guns gunsOther gunsOther gunsOther
Other despatches from Shanghai say that thateight thateIght thateight
eight hundred Americans ore battling battlingagainst baUlIngalnst battlingagainst
against alnst the Chinese troops that are at attacking attacldng attacldng ¬
tacldng the city They are part of an aninternational aninternatfonal anInternational
international force forc that was rushed to tbi tbicky the thecity thecky
cky from Tiku T > ku after the bombardment bombardmentby
by the Empress Dowagers regulars began beganUnited beganUnUedStates begunUnited
United UnUedStates States Consul Fowler at Chefoo ChefooAnnounces Chefooc Chefoo000unces
Announces c nounces that among tho casualties at atTientsin IltIrfcntsfn atfllentln
Tientsin which he says are heavy Is IsXJeutenant IsLieutenant isLieutenant
Lieutenant Wright of the United States StatesMarine SlatesJ Slates1tlarlno States2tlarlne
Marine Corps He does d s not notsay say whether whetherlieutenant wbetherLieutenant whetherLieutenant
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lieutenant Wright was killed or only onlywounded onlyWounded onlywoundod
wounded The lieutenant is probably John JohnN JohnN TohnN
N Wright who was appointed to the theUnited theunited thelJnited
United States Marine Corps from South SouthDakota SouthDakota Southakota
Dakota akota last October OctoberNews OctoberNews OctoberNews
News of the bombardment has been beenbrought beenbrougbt beenbrought
brought by the American cruiser Nash Nashville Nashville Nashyule ¬
ville to Chefoo The foreign force t rce engag engaged engaged engaged ¬
ed was estimated at t over 4000 including includingho
S
the ho 800 Americans heavy hea
reenforcements reenforcementsiavinc recnforcomentsl1avlnl reenforcomentshaving
having arrived from from Taku The Th Chinese Chineseiad Chinesehad Chinesebad
had a surprising number ot
guns and as asthere astbere asthere
there were many hundreds of women and andchildren andchildren andchildren
children In Tientsin who had sought refuge refugefrom refugefrom refugefrom
from the various districts the greatest greatestanxiety greatestnnx1ety greatestanxiety
anxiety prevailed as to the result resultThe n resultThe sult sultThe
The foreign forces have used nearly nil niltheir nn1helr alltheIr
their ammunition munlUoc More Iore Is urgently need needed needed needed ¬
ed and further reenforcements rushed rushedfrom rushedfronl rushedfront
from Taku to their aid aidReports aldReports aidReports
Reports from native sources of anarchy anarchyIn
In Tekin continue to reach Shanghai Ac According AccordIng According ¬
cording to these stories the streets are arefilled aret arefilled
t filled day and night with Boxers who are areQnlck areQolek areQuick
Quick Service to St Paul via B O oA 0Aid i iAn3
Aid A c northwestern Dortluu em pointr on new B O train traInearlr
leaving earlr Washington Wul nton at 1050 a m dailr daily and andreaching andreachlnj sailreaching
reaching St Paul at 10 p nuncst m Iat day dayLnz
125 1 To Baltimore and lie itnn itnnturn t23 t23tarn t ttorn
tarn via IA Ienunsylvnnla Railroad RailroadTickets RnllrondT RailroadTickets
Tickets T ckdl on isle Saturday Saturda and Sunday June Juneand S3 S3sod 23and
and 24 good to return until Monday ondaY June 25
All trains except the Congressional Limited Limitedllynnji LimitedJInuf LimitedIiyniia
llynnji JInuf IluxtncsK College 8th and K Kcnsus KnU KCermis
Cermis cnsus nU Office Examination Examinationliovrcr EnmlnatlonfS EnmlnatlonfSLOTer ExamiasiionS ExamiasiionSLower
Lower Lumber Price anticipated l 11 11Tra ly ly1rnk y yTraak
Traak Tra Lbey < < Co We drop cow Boards Doar s 150
wholly ho1iy beyond beyond the th control of the Chinese Chinesetroops Chinesetroops Chineseroops
troops t roops and who wb are e working workil themselves themselvesup
up u p to alrenzy a frenzy and Indclamorlng clamoring for forthe > the death deathof deathof deathf
of o f all foreigners foreignersGrave foreignersCrave orelgnersGrave >
Grave fears are lre felt r fiat ll for the th safety 5afety ot otall atail ofll
all ail a ll the foreign ministers mlnist rs andAmericansItt andAmericansIttLondon ilndAmerlcmslnLondon a aondon
London L ondon are especially anxious for news newsfrom nosfrom newsrom
from f rom United States Stat Minister Congor With WithMr Withr WlthMr
fM
Mr M r Conger are his wife his daughter daughterMiss daughterUss daughteriss
Miss M Uss iss Laura Congor and his niece Mrs MrsMary Mrsary Irs IrsInry
Mary M MI Inry ary Conger Pierce The Congers were wereparticularly wereJartlcularly werearticularly
Mp
particularly p popular in diplomatic dlplom tlc circles circlesI circlesIn
In I n Pekin on account of their warmhearted warmheartedhospitality warm warmheurtcdospltality hearted heartedhospitality
hospitality h and the deepest regret will be befelt betelt beelt
felt f elt if they have suffered at the hands of ofthe o othe ofhe
ft
the t he frenzied Chinese mobs inobemSSIONAEJDES mobsMISSIOrlARIES mobsrtlISsIONARIzS
mSSIONAEJDES IN fl DANGER DANGERAlarming DANG3RAInrmlnJ DANGERlarzulzg
Alarming A Ilcitort Kecrived From n nlreMht alrcsbytzrlzin
1resliytcrlnn lreMht rlnu at IVUin IVUinNEW JeklnNEW PekinNEW
NEW YORK June 22 3Ro Rev A Wood Woodruff Woodruf Wooduit ¬
ruff ruf r uit Ilaleey one of the secretaries of the thePresbyterian thePrcebyterlan theresbyterian
Presbyterian P Board of Foreign Missions
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fXITED STATUS SIAJI < S COXSfUVTB os nTE AT AJ TIKVTSIN TIKVTSINol TII T5IN COXS17L ItAfiSDAL12 UAGSDLEciepid I
dt ol staff taft family and scrvatte 5Un Roman CaM CatIJe > Uc nrih rdl in t b oo blgrzucd < 1 < vuc
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I SIEGE GlXS 4T TAI PAKC C 3WED E n BY EtROPEAS I
tion for safety The message indicates indicatesthat indicatesthat Indleetesthat
that the trouble In China has spread spreadSITUATION spreadSITUATION spreadSITUATION
SITUATION IN SHANGHAI SHANGHAIBoxer SHANGHAIDoxerf SHANGHAIBoxers
Boxer Said to Have Burned Mont of oftin ofth ofjut
tin th Foreign Forei n Concession ConcessionLONDON ConcclClonlCLOXDO ConcessionsLONDON
LONDON June 23 23A A despatch from fromShanghai tromShanghai fromShanghai
Shanghai of Frfdays date says the Box Boxers Boxers Boxera ¬
ers have burned nearly all of the foreign foreignconcessions torlgnconcemoU forJnconceeslons
concessions concessionsA
A despatch from WeiHalWei eayp Ea p that thatthe thatilie thatthe
the British warship Alacrity has has sailed sailedfrom Eafledfrom railedfrom
from Shanghai Sh nghal In the direction of Shis ShisToo ShisTao ShisTao
Tao for the the purpose purJ > OSe of rescuing the for foreign toreign forelga ¬
eign missionaries missionariesThe mlsllonarIcsTbe rnissloztsriesThe
The foreign consuls today todayaddressd adifress al1llr s I a acote aIotc atote
cote to the Chinese Admiral here asking askinghim a askinghim klng klnghim
him to remove his fleet Two of his ships shipshavo sl1iP3have shipshave
have sailed and the rest will leave shortly shortlyME shortlyMR shortlyMB
ME TOWER FOR MINISTER IdlNISTEBReport MINISTERn ItmIsTEnReport
Report n IOrt Thnt lie Will 111 Succeed Sir SirClaude SIrClnuclc SirClaude
Claude JIacDonald at PcUIn PcUInLONDON IcldnLOXDON PcklnLONDON
LONDON June 23 3The The Daily Express Expresssays Expresssays Expreassays
says uWe We understand that Reginald ReginaldThomas ReginaldThoIIlas ReginaldThonas
Thomas ThoIIlas Tower Secretary of the British BritishEmbassy BritishEmbssy BritishEmbssy
Embssy in Washington Is to succeed Sir SirClaude Si SiCIw SiCiane =
Claude CIw e MacDonald at Pekin PekinThe PeklnuThe PekinThe
uThe The reason r ason of Sir Claudes recall Is the theI L1ebreaklne thebreakixi
I breakixi breaking down of his health healthLord healthLord healthLord
Lord Pauncefote Pauncefote the British Ambassa Ambassador tmbaszcdor mbassc mbasscdor ¬
dor said f td this afternoon atlernoODtnat tnat he had no
knowledge of any successor succe OI to Sir lr Claude
MacDonald having been appointed He does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not credit the report from London that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Tower is to succeed Minister MacDoa MacDoaald MacIY MacIYaId MacDnaId
aId at Pekin PekinFcnrn PekfnFenr PekinFenra
Fcnrn for a Missionarys 1IlonRIH Safety SafetyWINSTED SnrctTWINSTED SnietyWINSTED
I I II WINSTED Coin June 23 23Aplreben 23Aplrebenslon 3Apprebension Apprehen Apprehension ¬
sion is felt for the safety of Rev Chcuncey ChcunceyGoodrich ChluncyGoodrich CbzzunceyGoodrich
Goodrich and his wife of Hinsdale Mass Masswho Mnsswho Messwho
who are missionaries in China Nothing Nothinghas Nothlns Nothlnshas
has been heard from them and their theirfriends theirfriends theIrfriends
friends fear that they have been killed killedby killedby killedby
by the Boxers Boxers1T Boxersl
1T l to Chicago and Ilcturn Uct rn via D fc o oAccount OAccount 0Account
Account National Camration crn weutien nUon Prohibition party partToTickets
Tickets sold and good ood going oin June 25 5 and 26 valid
for return until July Jul 4 when validated by Joint
Agent at Chicago on payment pctY nt 25 5 cents < < nts Quick Quickeerricc QuickRrTicc quickservice
service and thropgn solid S sidtratns sidtratnsQuick Ud trains trainsQnlclc trainsQuicic
Quick Service to Kansas City Cft via viaH In InD
H oS ic to toAnd 0 0And 0And
And points beyond as s well as tS intermediate on
D k O train tr n leaving JQrln Washington 1005 a m mreaching mreachIng inreachIng
reaching St Louis at 120 and Kaasas City
930 p m next day dayImmlier tbyIuuttlcr dayLumber
Lumber IN I dovrn cIoTnU If yon O buy u at ntSthand atnd atCtlzand
Sthand nd K 1 Y aye Flooriajr sound Ouud Ko t only oai
LI HUNG CHANGS IllMQ OFFER OFFERSe flFIllRSecretary
Secretary Se rcfar Hay Receives Recc cs His Pro Proposal ProIosal Proosa1 ¬
posal osa1 to Restore Order OrderConsent OrderConllent OrderConeent
Consent of the lie Powers l cnerll Requested Recinestedby ReelnestecIb
by b the DlHtliiBnlKhed UiIthlJuh lu1 Chinese Dip Diplomat nlll10mnt fliplomat ¬
lomat and firniited irnntetlHurllnce irnntetlHurllncerhot raiziezitssurezieeFlint Assurance AssuranceThat
That the Attack of u the Tiiku Forts FortsUyon FortsUpon
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Upon 1te tc c Allied llie1 Fleet Plt t Was nM Not ot Au Autcd Autliarlzed u uthorlzcd
thorlzcd tcd l h by y the Iii hlleriul i erlnl Govern Government Covcrzizicnt ¬
ment American and Russian RussianForces ItuinnForces RussinnForces
Forces In u Huttle AVIth Viti Celestial CelestialUeKuIars C CelestialRegulars lelCtlnl lelCtlnlUeulnrH
Regulars Fail to Break the En Enemy Encln Enciii7iI ¬
emy cln ciii7iI Line LlncUore 3Iore Troops f fur ir China ChinaAn ChInnu Chinaflli
An flli u Important telegram from Li Huag HuagChang HUBgChnng HuagChang
Chang the great Chinese Chine e diplomatist who whoIs whoIs whois
Is now Viceroy of Cfintou was resolved at atthe atthe atthe
the State Department today LI gives his hispersonal hispersonal hispersonal
personal assurances that the firing upon
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the foreign Coreigt8t fleets > a at Tak Take was not author authorized authorized authorizezi ¬
ized by the Chinese Government He Hesires desires de 4esires ¬
sires the authority a BorIt of the powers te pro proceed proceed proceod ¬
ceed to Pekin for the t e purpose purP le el putting puttingaa NtllagaD
aa end to the disturbances dlaturhaa < < s there a purpose purposela purCMfeia purpo e ein
la which his Id great influence id e ee both with the theeo UleecMtrt thecourt
court eo rt aDd the people gives pv it is claimed elaiRletthere clahoedhere claimedhere
here a certain promise prOIa of svceeas The TheUnited 1IHtaited TheUntied
United States Stat and K is believed the othe othevpowers otheI othepowers
I powers have assented to this proposition propositionhave
of LI HUB llusg < < Chaag as4 he Is supposed to tohae tohave
have started for Pekia PekiaMinister Peki PekiMinister PekiaMinister
Minister Wit W called at the State Stat Depart Departeat Department Departmeat
meat eat this morning moral with a telegram sent sentKing sentfroai t tflOlll
flOlll XwKing King by Liu Kan Tao Viceroy cf cfthe cft cfthe
the t e Yangstse pn pIOiDCfC > Yioc < saying that all for foreign to toelga forolga ¬
eign ministers in Pekin were alive and andwen aDdwen andweB
wen This information was secured by byMinister brMinister byMinister
Minister Wu at the request requ t of Secretary
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Hay Mr Wu Vu telegraphed d to the Viceroy Viceroyon
on Thursday asking for news of Minister MinisterConger MinisterConger IlinlsterConger
Conger There Is nothing In the despatch despatchto
to show however
that telegraphic
com communication communict1tion cozemunicutlon ¬
munication with Pekin Is open and the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government authorities while somewhat somewhatcomforted somewbatcomforted somewhatcomforted
comforted over 9e the Vicareyis 1eereyo report are arenot arenot I Inot
not entirely satisfied as to the accuracy of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his news newsThe newsThe newsThe
The following statement QtI eDt was made pub public public publie ¬
lic early today by the War ar r Department DepartmentActing Departm DepartmentActing Dt DtuActlng
Acting i Secretary Hsckett has this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning received a despatch de pciteh from Ad Admiral AdmimI d dmiral ¬
miral Kempff Kemp dated Chefoo 23d
to the effect ctr t that o our r marines under ultderI
I Major Waller together with 400 Rus Russians RussIans Russinus ¬
sians have had an engagement with
the Chinese Army rmy near Tientsin They
could not break through the Chinese Chiu3i e
line lin A force numbering 2000 l t1e t1eadmiral Veadmiral e eadmiral
admiral reports is now ready to mfie mfieanother mlhOanother masoanother
another attempt attemptThe attemptTbe attemptThe
The despatch Is regarded as extremely
Important by the Government officials as
It Is shown clearly clearl that our forces are not notengaged notengaged notengaged
engaged in fighting the Boxers but the theImperial theImperial
Imperial I perlal forces forc es and that these latter are areI areIn I
I In open < warfare With the foreign column columnThat columnT columnThat
That T t the th Chinese
force Is powerful Is Isshown Ishown f fshown
shown by tho Inability of the Americana Americanaand AmerIcanand Americansand
and Russians to break iha theUne line and terri terrible terri1Ile ternble ¬
ble slaughter is expected when the recn recnrorcements recnirccments reenzJrccments
rorcements attempt the task taskNo taskNo taskNo
No word has as yet been received from fromeither fromeither fromeither
either Minister Conger or Captain McCalla McCallaand McCallaand IcCallaand
and the State Department officials have havegivenup
I j given givenup up attempting to reach either ot otthem otthem 01them
them It is now nearly nearl two weeks w ks since sinceMr sinceIr strictMr
Mr Ir Conger was heard from fromThe fromTherclOrted corn cornTher
The TherclOrted Ther reported ported killing of Second Lieuten Lieutenant UeuteJlnt Lleutcrant ¬
ant lnt John N Wright Uniied nited States Marine MarineCorps JfurIneCorps ManfarCorps
Corps by the Chinese troo troops 3 at atTIentdn atTIentdncould atTlentsjncould Tientsin Tientsincould
could not be verified by y the the1av Navy Depart Department DeJ Departmerit rt rtment ¬
ment as the officials officialstave lave had no word wordfrom wordfrom worc I Ifrom
from that place Lieutenant Wright was wastorn Wintorn wa 0 0korn
torn in Indiana and was appointed frm frmSouth frmSouth frnSouth
South Dakota He vas as stationed at the theTalcutlne tleTnlcotlne thiTalcutine
Talcutlne taken away awnythe the objection objectionable obJectionable objectionable ¬
able features of perspiration guaranteed guaranteedall all si
toilet counters countersCHESAPEAKE countersCIIESAIEA1 CounterSCSIESA1EAICE
CHESAPEAKE CIIESAIEA1 E BEACH DECIlOS OX TIlE BAY BAYDaily DAYDull fl4t fl4tDaily
Daily Dull Schedule ScheduleTrains ScheduleTrains ScheduleTraina
Trains leave District line depot 10 a L m II 11m a iin
m 2 5 0 p l in ro We oc round lund trip tripExtra tripExtra tripExtra
Extra Train Returning Rcturniu Sunday SundayLeaves SondnyLeaves SundayLeaves
Leaves Chesapeake Ch pelkc Beach GOO p m mAnything mAnthing inAnything
Anything you ou want In Lumber at atreduced ntreduced atreduced
reduced prices and doors 125 1 F Libbey Co
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Boston Navy Y Yud rd for severs severl years before beforebeing be berorebeing ore
being cent to the th Philippines PhilippinesThe PJ PhIIIpptnes5The llppfnes llppfnesTbe I
The Navy Department Depuun nt today gave glT out outthe ontthe oatthe
the following fo1lowin despatch from Admiral AdmiralKempft AdmiralKompif I IKcmpft
Kempft in aaewer to a a message of tn tnqulry cnqulry caquiry
qulry as lS to the thenumber uimbtr of Americans now nowin nowIn nOWin
in Pekin and as to the whereabouts of the therelief therellet therelief
relief column with Captain McCalla and aulseveral aLdsceral andseveral
several hundred American marines marinesChefoo marlneuChefoo msrineeChefoo
Chefoo June 23 23Secretary 23Secretary i3 i3Secretary
Secretary of the Navy V vy Washington WashingtonThere Washlnl19nThere WashingtonThere
There are 30 Australians w Austr 1us 75 French
50 Germans 79 British 40 Italian 23 23Japanese 23Japaaese 3 3Japane2e
Japanese 75 Russians and 58 S American Americantroops Amercantroops Amencantroops
troops in Pekin PekinNo PekinUXo PekinNo
UXo No news ef whereabouts of Pekin Peklnrelic Pekinrelict
relief relic expedition reported by cable cablegram cablegram cablegram ¬
gram June 12 I Japanese Ja ose expect tev tevnews teveral zrcvoral
oral thousands tr trops ps now due Xo Xonews Nonews
news from TIeatsirj Tle13J or Pekin sInce slacolast sh1celast sIncelast
last report KEMPFF uKEMPFF1hc KEMPFFTbe KEMPFFThe
The officials oIDeta s are much Sch disappointed over overtbe oerthe overthe
the absence of news from Captain McCalla McCallaand MeCaliaand J1eCa1laand
and will take immedfale imll11 r to measures to t > > trace tracehim tracehim tracebins
him t tThe
himThe
The Solace arrived arret at Nagasaki en route routeto routeo routeto
to o San Francisco today The Navy De Department Departmen Bepertinent ¬
pertinent t has cabled the vessel to wait at atNagasaki atNagasaki I
Nagasaki uatll it can be determined wheth j
received a cable despatch this morning morningfrom morniDI morningfrom
from from the Rev Re W 0 Ellerlch who Is in incharge Incharse incharge
charge of the Presbyterian miNIon at l Che Chefoo Chefoo Chetoo
foo The message read as follows followsPekin follesu followsPokin
u Pekin ekin in peril v seniI < < fl Shantung ordered to toport toport toport
port portuThe
portThe
uThe The message mes Bse Is a very Hnsatisfaetor Hnsatisfaetorone HDMtllllaetejOIl euztsaetoy
one OIl of us eatd Mr Ir Haisey UalMl and w we have haveevery Ita haveevery e eeery
every reason to be 1M alarmed over it It Itmeaas Itmeans
meaDS that t et ear er nissioMries is Pekia are areIn areIn ireIn
In peril and that all of our missionaries missionariesin lMtonariesin es4onaries es4onariesIn
in tbe east aad west Shantung province provinceare pro proare provncscare
are ordered to the seaeotst seaC lHlt They have havebeen hacbeen havebeen
been ordered te Chefoo by the American AmericanConsul tOerlcam raenlcaaConsul
Consul at that port or else the missiona missionaries miulonories inlastonaries ¬ I
ries themselves have resorted re orted to this ac
er er sot tM t8 tlllttalloes Gt troops on onIJeerti onhoard
board shall ho 1 e returned retsrae for service ia Chi China CllfDC Chino ¬
na naAdmiral Admiral Atlmlral Resaey baa au cabled c Wed the depart department departmeat departisent ¬
meat that he Will ptepare Jlt SfUe ana despatch a astreag aStrong 1 1strug
Strong force fb b T Teka ku from CaTtle and Ma Manila Maniia ItaaOa ¬
nila awl will m act a in Inceajunctioa conjunction with Gen General General Geeeral ¬
eral MacArthcr ac1nht1r The Ninth IDth Infantry Infantryleaves IBfaat IBfaatleayes isfsntryleaves
leaves for Taku bright with a portion J rtioD ot otthe otIe otke
the ke Ie Eighteenth E th Iafaftry and a detail of otmarines ofDMlrtae ofmsntsee
S
marines marinesPines DMlrtaePJs msntseePlans
Pines for sending seod1 Jdgbl 5eIgM trop of the theSixth tileShUt theSixth
Sixth United State Cavalry to t China are arebeing arebeing ire irebelDg
being formulated forRnda at he re e War Yar Department DepartmentOrders DepartmentOnIors DepartmentOrders
Orders wore i iesud < sn several weeks ago for fortwe fertWi fortwo
two squadrons of tfcis t4 regiment to mobil mobilise mobiiiM mobillie ¬
lie at San Francisco preparatory lo their theirbeing lheirbeID theirbeing
being beID sent to Manila to take the place of ofinvalid otInulld ofiavaitd
invalid battalions to he 1M seat Iiwe rxne The Thetransport Thetransport Thetransport
transport Grant now w at Son SII Francisco Franci cG was wasselected waaelectecl wasselected
selected to carry the eight troops aggre aggregating aggreJIItlag aggregttng ¬
gating about SM men Heretofore Army Armytransports ArmytraD8ports Armytransports
transports going g to Manila have not stop stopped stepped stoppeti ¬
ped at NagaecVi agaarf Japan Jap a except oa the re return return netuna ¬
turn trip Orders have sow Hw n w been issued issuedgo lfIeueo1by isasedby
by the Secretary retary or War for tile Grant t6 t6go togo
go to Manila by way wayo of fogasaki suakJ and the theNavy UteXary thewavy
Navy Department epalmtmt baa Jt s been eR informed ot otthis otthIs ofIbis
this movement movem Ut The T Grant raitt will also carry carryfor carrytor carryfor
for the Navy Xa Department a battalion of ofmarines ormarines ofmarines
marines destined for Cortte CortteThe CaTHeThe CcthteThe
The purpose of ordelfiig Mdq lJg the transport transportto
to go by way W3 of Nagasaki agaJNl1i1 is to enable the thesending thesending thesending
sending of this marine battalion and the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Cavalry to China Ch Chba 8a should the situa situation stu stutlon ilLuation ¬
tion warrant such action tio when the trans transport trB5port tressport ¬
port reaches r c C Nagasaki ap L The loading loedingot of the tbeGrant theGrant theGrant
Grant is to proceed with wlthali tthall jail possible P < Hi ble speed speedbut speedbut speedbut
but it Is not thou thffagbt > t she will be able to toget toget toget
get away before July 1 1General 1General 1Geeeral
General Merriam 2 > lerrlaIJ Commanding the De Department DepartDent Depsitalent ¬
partment of Missouri has issued orders ordersto ordersto ordersto
to the th Sixth Cavairy directing that the theheadquarters theheadquarters theheedquarters
headquarters and band ban baliand and troops A B BD BD BD
D I K L and M I proceed at once by byrail byrail byrail
rail to Sea Francisco The movement has bssalready hasalready ba baalready
already begun The Sixth Cavalry is s com commanded tommunded commiuzded ¬
manded by Col Samufil Samu I S Sumner It is isone Isono Ir Irono
ono of the th crack regiments of the Army Armyand Armyand Armyand
and saw active service onthe f frontier and andin andIn an I Iin
in Cuba In the war with Spain It took tookpart tookpart toolipart
part In the assault upon San Juan Hill HillIt HillIt HillIt
It will probably perform infantry service serviceshould tielTlceshould servictehould
should it go to China ChIn as its horses will willgo witgo WUlgo
go on slow transports and would not reach reachChina reaehChina read I IChina
China in time for landing lan nc with the troops troopsIn troopsIn troopsIn
In addition to toot from rom Viceroy Li sev several sevcxxi eV eVeral ¬
eral other important communications have havebeen haTebeen I Ibeen
been received by b the theSecretary Secretary of State SlateThe StateThe
The viceroys who have ha their seats of gov government gov government goveminent ¬
ernment at NanKing and Wu Vu Chang and andwho andwho ant I Iwho
who govern the five great provinces In the theYangstse the1angstse th i iYangstse
Yangstse Kiang region have assured thla thlaGovernment thI6Government flit S SGovernment
Government that they are determined and andperfectly andperfectly am amperfectly
perfectly able to preserve pr serve order In their theirjurisdictions theirJurisdictions thel r rjurisdictions
jurisdictions and protect the lives and andproperty andpropert am I Iproperty
property of foreigners In reply to this thisthey thistbey thi S Sthey
they have been assured ass red that so long longthey as asthey a S Sthey
they are able to maintain order and pro protect protect ¬
tect life and property In the provinces un under under unden ¬
der their control the Government of the theUnited theUnited tb tbUnited
United States will send no troops Into that thatregion thatregion tha t tregion
region and will use Its Influence with the theother theother tb a aother
other powers in the same direction directionAt directionAt directionAt
At 1 oclock this afternoon the War De Department De3rtment Depertinent ¬
pertinent > 3rtment receive receC1tothe the followilng cable cablegrram cabegrram cablegrram
grram from General MacArthur MacArthurManila MacArthurManlla fucArthurManna
Manila June 23 23Adjutant 23Adjutant 3 3UAdjutant
Adjutant General Washington WashingtonDeparture WashingtonDeparture ashtn on onDeparture
Departure Ninth Infantry delayed delayeduntil delayeduntil delayeduntil
until June 27 consequence storm stormwhich stormWhich stormwhich
which broke railway telegraph and andmade andmade andmade
made appproach to transports impos impossible Imposs1ble impossible ¬
sible MaeARTHUR MaeARTHURThe MacARTIlURThe MacARThURThe
The War ar Department Depat ient officials at once oncecsfoled oucecab1ed one 0 0crbled
csfoled General MacArthur to rush the lh de departure departure dtparture ¬
parture of o the troops and to take any anychance anychanre an 3 3chance
chance to avoid delay del y as the men ere erebadly ar re rebadly 0 0badly
badly needed in China ChinaQuick Chln ChlnQulek ChInaQuick
Quick Service to Chicago O llcalo via vi In B 4 t c cOn O OOn OOn
On B O new train leaving luviD = Washington VashingtontOrSO at
1050 a m daily 3 arriving at Chicago 820 a zo zoa mtlut a 5 5mat
a mat t morning morningUntieing momin mominDnnclnJ morning morningDancing
Dancing at Chesapeake Reach ReachHaleys Den Benchflaleys ell ellI1aleys
Haleys music nU1S c every afternoon and evenings eve1 evening2OO D DOO
200 OO to Cumberland Cumb rInncl and Return ReturnVis ReturnVI Renr n nVia L
Via VI H I Jk O OLeaving OLcarlnJ 0Leafing
Leaving B k O flatten Washington S I m mSunday mSun mSunday
Sunday Sun y next June 21 2 returning t ming leave Cumberland CumberlandC id 1
6 p In saaie e day daySound daySooncI daySound
Sound No IT Flooring Floo tnr only 0111 JOO OO per 1C rr rrth r
100 00 eq ft ft Kiln dried d e < Nor or Car pine at it 6th 6thand 6thcd 6 6sad th ti
and N Y ave
i
BOTMFItLIlTOIIELD BOTMFItLIlTOIIELDKrugcr BOTH llOllA WILLING IIJ1INII TO YIELD YIELDKruger
Kruger Said to o Be Preventing the theBOCl lie lieBoer
Boer Chiefs Surrender Surrenderi
Oonl i Paul Farn That Re Will 111 Be BednntAntlrIc DeJJnnbhecI BeBanished
Banished b bylie > Jhe DrltihComll1l1n DrltihComll1l1ndon BritlshComnnndantaAziilrjcjiUsnj
don dantaAziilrjcjiUsnj dnntAntlrIc IIlrle nnd Crunje Give Up Upthe Upthe Upthe
the FIfrht FJbtifobert Figlititoberts Hubert CloInjr the theGreat theGrent theGreat
Great Xet Around ArounellrC1llllcnl PreMdciit Stcyuw Stc SteysAnayGeneral StcyuwGuard uf ufArmGcneral
ArmGcneral Doller dvanee dvaneeGonr1 dvnnceGuard
Guard IlcachcK Standerton Stnnd StandertonSlili StandertonSlilitary r onI1U onI1Utnr Mili Military ¬
tnr tary OperatIons Nosy Xo Expected Expe fecl to toBe toBe toBe
Be Lively Lhcllhe The View of 3IiirtInux 3IiirtInux1retorluK JlurtinuHlret MartinusIretorius
1retorluK lret rioH and Secretary Secretnr Iteltz IteltzLONDON neitzI IleitaLONDON
I I ILO
LONDON LO OO tJ tJOno Juno no S3 23Despatehes Despatches from rrotnPretoria fromPretoria fromPretoria
Pretoria say thet Commandant General GeneralBotha GeneralBoUla GeneralBotlia
Botha Is willing l1l1ng to surrender to the Brit British BritIh Unitish ¬
ish but Is prevented from doing so by byPresident byPreetdent byPresident
President Kruger who is afraid that he hewill bewill
will 111 be banished OOnfshec Commandants Andries Andrlesand Andriesand Andriesand
and Cronje have surrendered surrenderedThe surrenderedThe surrenderedThe
The wives ves of Generals Botha and Lucas LucasMeyer Lucaseyer LucasMeyer
Meyer eyer are seen In thj th bc streets of Pretoria Pretoriafrequently PretoriatrC4luenUy Pretoriafrequently
frequently when when they are out oa shopping shoppingtours shopplnstours shoppingtours
tours toursGeneral toursGeneral toursGeneral
General Roberts has closed a great net netIn netIn
In which he hopfis to gather President PresidentSteyn Pre PresidentSteyn tdent tdentSteyn
Steyn and his 600 titoo or 8440 men in the theOrange theOrange theOrange
Orange River CeJasy CeJasyThe CaI8I1jThe CIogyThe
The cutting cuttln off ot of the Transvaal from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Orange River Colony has been com completed CGt1pleted cornpieted ¬
pleted as Genera Roberts esid ald Id it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be by the arrival of General Bullers ad advance adance advance ¬
vance ance under Lord Dundonold at Stander Standerton Sta dcr dcrton
ton tonThe j jThe 1 1Tbo
The wide neC ne fyjlI ill now contract Adroit Adroitmaacuvrlng Adroitmaleurbg AdroItmaneuvnlng
maacuvrlng an aird 3 bhUk 1gJek fighting ftg tiDg are likely likelyto likelyto likelyto
to take place Kace l toi buse Giiese se until all resistance rostotaaeesouth resl tClee tCleeIouth
south of the Vaal I is at an end the Brit Britlab BritIf11h
lab Use of commualcatteas commW1lCttietls will 111 not be safe safePresident SIlftPr
President Pr Ident Krugers Krug rs sons DS who surren surrenderd surrenderd
derd to General GeneralDacIenPoweU BadenPowell are back on ontheir
their farms and working peacefully Ba BadenPowcll BadeBPowell
denPowcll rode with only 30 men from fromMafckiag tromMafkiug fromMafeking
Mafckiag and he made the last section of ofhie ofhl6
hIs ride to Pretoria Pretoria with only 35 35General 3 3GeDenl
General De Wets farm hoaiee have havebeen havobeen
been burned by tile British BrKtehGeneral BrttiehGeltoral
General Duller nUller has Issued a special order orderpraising orderpraJalag
praising the services ert < < s of Stnttheoaas Horse HorseMartini HerselarUD HorseMarUnt
Martini larUD Pretoriue the first fi t President Presidentof
of the Transvaal ia aa interview U Pot Potcbefsiroam
cbefsiroam i iger said that lie was la favor or orOle
Ole war and 18 tact told Preeltleat Knee Kntger
ger so He beiioves that the burghers will willsettle wUleettle wiltnettle
settle under the British Brltl h rule if leniency Is Isshewn Isshewn
shewn toward them themMr tbemMr
Mr Rettz is reported to have declared declaredthat declaredthat
that the Beers are In a position pe tlen to carry on ona ona
a guerrilla warfare for three months or orlonger orleDger
longer
NO CODE DESPATCHES DESPATCHESCipher DESPATCRLSOlpher
Cipher MenftaKCN to or 01 from St StHelena StlIelena
Helena Prohibited ProhibitedNEW lrohlbltecIE
NEW E YORK June 23 23The The Central CentralCable CentralCallie
Cable Office issues IS6u a roticatloa that the thetransmission thetraD thetrannIeeion
transmission traD mleeion of cipher cr code COi despatches despatchesto
to or from the Island 13 and of Si S Helena is issuspended IssU4pendecL
suspended Telegrams in plain pl ln language languagewilKbe langu1geWUlOOshbject
WUlOOshbject wilKbe sbbject t6 tottnnhlp tocensorship nsQrshIp and com come enBly oa oaonly
e only Bly ly b bl be accepted by the cable companies companiesat
at senders eeooer risk riskThs riskThis niskThis
This action is undoubtedly due to the thepresence tilepr
presence pr e of the Beer prisoners at St StHelena StHeleua
Helena HelenaTRANSPORTS HeleuaTRAlTSPORT3 HelenaTRANSPORTS
TRANSPORTS AT CALCUTTA CALCUTTAProvlnion CALCUTTAProldonl
Provisions Made to Carry BritIsh BrltlnhTroops DrltlRhTrooII BritIshTroops
Troops to Chins ChinsCALCUTTA ChinaCALCUTTA
CALCUTTA TuBe 23 23FOtIreen 23Four Foureen eon trans transports transp transponts ¬
ports p rts will be used u to convey troo trooChina troops e to toChina
China All except exCC t six of them are now nowIn nowIn nowIn
In port General Gaselee who will com comraand command
raand the Indian troops will cell ll with his hisstaff hisstaff
staff on the mail steamer leaving June
3 31 The Seventh Bengal Infantry soils on onJane onJUDe
Jane 24 The whole force will sail within withina
a month nW1tb
NO LONGER DETAINED DETAINEDFrench DETAINEDFreach DETAINEDFrench
French Consul at Yunnan onnan Starts Startstor Startstorthc for forthe forthe
the Coast ConxtPARIS CoJUtPARIS
PARIS June 23 3The Tbe Foreign Office has hasreceived hsreceled lisareceived
received a cable despatch from M 1 Fran Francois Francels Francots ¬
cots the French Consul at Yunn 1unnen n who whocomplained whocomplained ho hocomplalne
complained a day or so ago that he was waspractically wasPr1ctlcally waspractically
practically a prisoner saying sayln that he b was wasno wasno as asno
no longed detained and that he had started startedfor startedfor startedfor
for the seacoast under Chinese protection protectionTHE protectionTHE protectionTHE
THE PATE OF VON XETTELEB XETTELEBBerlin XBTrELERDerliu XETTELERBriin
Berlin Hears That the German 3Ilnixterl 311nIter Slim Slimister
ixterl Iter 1 ta Not ot Dead DeadLONDON DcndLONDOX BendLONDON
LONDON June 23 23A A despatch from fromBerlin fromBerUn IronsBerlin
Berlin to the Central News ews says saysThe s1ysThe saysThe
The Viceroy of NanKing has sent a acablegram ac aeabIeram
cablegram c bl m to the Chinese Embassy here herestating herestating herestating
stating that he has received Information Informationfrom Informatlo1trom Informationfrom
from Pekin to the effect that Baron von vonKetteler TonKette1er vonKetteler
Ketteler the German Minister to China ChinaIs ChinaIs ChinaIs
Is still alive aliveACROSS aUeACROSS aliveACBOSS
ACROSS TrTK CONTINENT CONTINENTMnjincK CONTINENTllarlneN CONTINENTMarInes
MnjincK MarInes to Leave IenTc3 iterney lae City Clt on Son Sonday 5011cIn Suziday
day cIn for San FrancIsco FranclncoRICHMOND PranellCcoRICHMO FrancIscoRICHMOND
RICHMOND RICHMO D Va June 23 ZlTbe The United UnitedStates UntdStates UnitedStates
States Government is rushing reenforce reenforcements reenforcemcnts reenforcemerits ¬
j
merits to the Far East and the Chesa Chesapeake Chesapeake Chesapeake ¬
peake and Ohio will tomorrow carry i ispecial a aspecial a aspecial
special out of Jersey City for San Fran Francisco Frmcisco Francisco ¬
ciscoThe ciscoThe cisco ciscoThe
The train will 111 transport 220 marines marinesand marlnesand marInesand
and eight officers and will be made up upof upot I Iof
of nine cars The troops will be hurried hurriedacross hurriedacroS5 hurriedacross
across the continent to catch the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States transport which leaves San Fran Francisco Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco deco Sunday week The men are destined destinedfor destinedfer destinedIcr
for service in China ChinaGRANDSONS ChinaGRANDSOliS ChinaGRANDSONS
GRANDSONS OF LI HUNG CHANG CHANGThey CHANGThe CKANGThey i
They The Decline to DIscuss Dleo the Boxer BoxerKeuellion Dox r rUebe1J1on I IRebellion
I
Rebellion in China ChinaRICHMOND ChinaRICH ChinaRICHMOND
RICHMOND RICH IO D Va June 23 23Two Two grand grandsons grandSons ¬
sons of Li Hung Chang the celebrated celebratedChinese celebratedChinese I IChinese
Chinese statesman arrived in the city yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday and are at the Alhambra Their Theirnames Thel r
I Inames
names are Tao Tao Sung and Tao Yule YuleSung Tul C CSung
Sung SungThey SungThey SungThey
They came to Richmond with Dr W R RLambeth RLambeth BLambeth
Lambeth of Nashville Tenn They have havebeen havebeen bay a abeen
been since January at the Vanderbilt Uni University Un UnTerslty ¬
versity where they expect to remain tot totfour fottour no nofour p
four or five years When Interviewed they theywera the theWera r
wera extremely courteous but rather reti reticent retlI reticent ¬ rS
cent in regard re rd to the Boxer uprising in inChina InChina ii a aI
I I China China1T Chinal
1T l To Chicago and Ilejnrn n turn via Ia 17 17Pennsylvania l llennInnln I IPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccount RnllroadAccount RailroadAccount
Account National Prohibition Convention Tickets Ticketson Ticketson Ticket h hon
on tale le June June5 25 and 26 6100 good < 1 to return when prop properly proper i ierly ¬
erly er v alIcbted not later than Jul1 Jul1One T 4 4One
One Fare to toKnusas Kansas City and Return Returnvln is isviit 1
vln TI Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccount RallrondA RailroadAccount
I Account A < < 6Wlt National sitiona1 Democratic Convention TJek Tieleta 1 1ets
ets en sale July Jul 1 2 and S good ood to return until untilJuly untilJuly unt II IIJuly
July 0 OUIlInork 0Miliveork
Mlllwork of every elT kind ready r ncIT to toand toun
IQC and window frames mines mtnad made up 73o F LUrbcy ubbtj Lihbc Lihbcr i iCo
r Co
AMERICAN TROOPS AMBUSHED AMBUSHEDSeveu AMRUSHEDSev
Sev Seveu S even n SoldIer Soldier Killed I b by > y Flllplnoa Flllplnoaand FUlulnolland FIliinocand
and Eleven WoundedGeneral Wounded AVoundedGeneral oonded oondedGenCral
General MacArthur today cabled the tbeWar theWar thear
War W ar Department that a detactiment of ofAmerican ofAmerican
WA
American A troops wereSmbushed were bwhed by Fill Filipinos FIUp1nos Fillans ¬
pinos pl plfo ans and seven men were killed eleven elevenwounded elevenounded elevenounded
plw
wounded w ounded and one missing ml slng The report reportfollows reportfolJows reportllows
follows fo llows
Manila Manila June 23 23Adjutant 23Adjutant 23Adjutant
Adjutant General Washington WashingtonDetachment WashlntonDetachment WashingtonDetachment
Detachment 4 offlcer ofScerztOO 100 CiO men meso For Fortieth Fortietli Fortieth ¬
tieth Volunteer Infantry Captain CaptainMillar CaptainMillar CaptainMillar
Millar rommaBdln commanding left Cagayan CagayanJune CagayanJune CagayanJune
June IS 1 on recoanolssance up Caga Cagayan Cagaan Cagayan ¬
yan an River was this thl morning am ambushed ambushed ambushed ¬
bushed by Insurgents In strong stron tro post poaition poaltlon posttion
tion Fifty men sent to reenforce reenforcethem re reenforcethem nror e ethem
them from Cagayan Could not take takeposition takeposition takeposition
position and troops withdrew to port portOur poJltOur postOur
Our loss in killed Company H Forti Fortieth FOIUeth Fortieth ¬
eth Infantry Robert R Colee John H HHaywcod lL lLHaywood ILHaywood
Haywood Fred Hollowsy John P PPelham PPelham Pelham
Pelham elham Frank Salisbury Company M MFortieth 31Fortieth 1 1Fortieth
Fortieth Infantry Corp Jesse Te > t G GMoody GMoody GMoody
Moody Michael J T McQuirk McQuirkWounded leQlIlrkWounded
Wounded Company C l pany I Fertieth FertiethVolunteer FerttethVolunteer
Volunteer Infantry Capt Walter B BElliott BElliott
Elliott slight Company H Fortieth FortiethVolunteer FertfethVolunteer
Volunteer lafantry Capt Thomas T omas Mil Millar 311 311lay m mJar ¬
Jar wsuaded In thigh slight sllg t Tee Bs Bsslg E6slg Banig
slg moderate Tames W V Jefferles Jefferlesslight Tetferlesslight
slight Roxie Wheaton moderate moderateGeorge mOOerateGeorge
George Hoilorfs slight Hurley Phil Philips PbUfP2 ¬
flit fP2 severe John W Smith severe severeCompany scereCompanyY severeCompany
Company CompanyY M Fortieth Volunteer Isles lafaatry Itaatry
try Edwin Edwi E Williams severe Com Company Compapy Gempetny ¬
pany petny K Fortieth Volunteer Infantry InfantryGeorge IoCatryG
George G orse W Wells severe Len LexM M Kan Kantors Kanterse
tore terse moderate moderateMissing moderateU8llIDg
Missing Company H Fertieth FertiethVolunteer Fertiethohlteer FortiethVoliesteer
Volunteer ohlteer Infantry Sergt William B BNortbcross BNortbcrOs
Nortbcross Full detailed report not notreceived notreceived notneceived
received MaeARTHURSHOT MaeARTHUR MacARTHURSHOT cRTHUR cRTHURSHOT
SHOT HIMSELF IN LONDON LONDONYounpr LONDONYOUUI LONDONouu
Younpr Y ouu AVaxhliiKtonlan Wash iziatonhzin Reported t tHave to toIIAe
Have Ended III ISis Life LifeLONDON LiteLONDOX
LONDON Jn Jane e 2S 23B IE E E Claflia aa aaAraerlcaa allAmerlcaa aamericas
Araerlcaa A believed to have bees of e a geed geedW geedWabhtgto
W Wabhtgto W b4agtoa fftaB faairy shot s ot himself at a Hotel Hoteloa HotelOn hotelat
oa On o at the Strand this morning lie took to It a aroom aroom
room n oom at this place three days an ago with wtha
a friend of the name of MtMrhead The Tketetter Theatter
letter l started for Paris Par OB Tlwr T1MIrT T1MIrTLetters TharsyLottorz say sayLetters I
Letters found fo OB the body of tb the de deceased tkceued deeased ¬
ceased c referred rel ned to his Id teftrteg eeU college ge e and aadceogratltlate4 andeogratalated ml mlcoogratidated
c coogratidated ktat W oa Ms MsterriWe escape Irsee I08I I08IterrtWe a aerrible
terriWe t are One at IBM as letters ktec expressed expressedthe upr uprtlJe
the t he hope that t t tk the rertsltat r wsmd w1d MI do doanything doanytJdag donythiag
anything a rank rakP MIL MILP
P C Claus Cia of die CtsflUa Optkal OptkalCoosfMBy OptkalcpBY Opticalompany
CoosfMBy C ompany S Hi 7 F l Street northwest aartlt at wke wkeshewn when whenhows Ilea Ileashe
she s shewn the abov 3l1 she < w Osasiffc lit s Time Timeporter re reperter
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porter p orter this afternoon alter said W I 1118 bav have a ayears aaamod ooa ooaamed
aamod n Edward E C1atia who bi nineteen a1eteeByears nineteenears
years y ears of age and who for t the e porn pH six sixraoBths alampaths x xIB
raoBths IB Bths baa been located la 1 Ithaca N NForeJga Nas
1 V as a st stenographer r sad ad typewriter for ferhis foris
his h hF is 1IIteIe Pro Proc POIre Powers of t tile Bilrea Boncas et etForeign oforeign
Foreign F Travel W Wlag When I last heard from fromum rom rombtm
btm b um which was as on n 3ung Tu 12 lie ad td seth BOtilIDg
lag l ag of a proposed propo ed visit ri tt to England Eagteadhad and I Ilad Iad
had h ad ao idea ide he was oa the other side sideProf sWeProf
Prof Powers should be ia 1 Berlin B Berm t t tday te teby
day d < ny and my wife He is also ia Germany My Mysea Myee r rSOB
sea s ee has often of tea expressed a desire to visit visitthe TIsItthe visitthe
the Paris P = iris Exposition bet I iraald not al allow alJow alow ¬
low l ow him to go lit his last letter to a me mee lie liehe e ebe
be h e spoke of going to New York Y < < k to toempleyment seevre seevreezapieymeot secoremployment
ezapieymeot e mployment I know kao of t BO reaeos why whyhe wiryhe whye
he h hh e should have committed commllt saldde I have haveheard GTeheud haveeard
heard h eard nothing further tbax tMta yes GU have tsW tsWDEMOCBATIC teWme tidme
me meDEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC D PROSPECTS BRIGHT BHIGHTCampalun llRIGHTCana BRIGHTampaign
Cana C Campalun nlan IIter Literature tare Thmt TlaatIs Belnsr BelnsrSent Dc1nSent Dc1n fleJuSeat
Sent to American m I n Voters VotersThere ot Oters OtersThere r rTbere
There was a midsummer aim at atheadquart the tbeheadquarters theeadquarters
headquarters headquart h rs o the Democratic Coagres Coagressioaal Coesresslo Coagrestonal
slo a tonal al Committee today although it was wassaid wassaW wasaid
said s aid that a reasonable asaotuit of work is isthe 1 1belB Iseing
belB b eing done and ad that uaoffidal reports from fromarises rom romarlous
bi
> i arises part parts or the eURUy l Indicate titcate that tiatOle thatthe
the Fiftyseventh Firty veBth Cegre C8IlgT will be Demo Democratic Demoratic m mcratic ¬
craticIn c cratic craticIn raticIa
In tile literature that is going forth from freaaheadquarters tntIBheadqaarters fromeadquarters
headquarters h much of It lays stress apea apeathe 11 11the upesthe
the extravagaee of the McKinley IeKl l y Adwta AdwtaIstratien A4 A4Istratien A4mMstraflea
Istratien I aDd the rashness of o ofRepubiican ofRepubiicanppropniafloos Hepubilcaa Hepubilcaaappropriatieos eltubUcn eltubUcnappropriatieos
appropriatieos appropriatieosIn a
In one of 0 tire campaign documents which whichis wdchIs whichs
is i s already in circulation It is recited that thatia thatia thats
ia I s every department of the Government Governmentthere GeverameBtthere Governmentthere
there was an increase ia appropriations appropriatioaaover 1ttKoprlatolever
over o ver those passed by the last session ot otthe o othe otthe
the Fiftyfifth Congress < oagretS A ABel d then if to tothe totbe tothe
the aggregate of iTOSMMM OMI OMSIP expended nJ nde4 by Dythe bythe bYthe
the Fiftysixth Congress daring its first firstsession fil3tsession firstession
session s should be added the e amounts which whichwere whichwere Whichwere
were deferred till the nest session but butwhich butWhich butwhlch
which it raid ought to have been appro appropriated approprated approprinted ¬
prated at the last session Ion thetetal would wouldbe wouldbe ould ouldbe
be approximately 900OMM toOoet O00P There was wasno vasno wasno
no no regular River and Harbor Appropria Appropriation Appropriation Apprepriaflea ¬
tion bill no claims were ordered to T b bpaid ba bapaid > s spaid
paid and public building bills were laid laidaside laIdaside laidaside
aside asideThe asideTke asideThe
The Congressional Committee in its lit literature literature literature ¬
erature quotes extensively from the state statement statemerit ¬ I Iment
ment of appropriations made by Represen Representative R RepresenmItre prcseIl prcseIltatlVe ¬
tative Livingston of Georgia at the close of ofthe otthe at atthe
the last session Among these quotations quotationsis
is tho following followingAnd followin followinnd followIngAnd
And nd I call attention also to the con constant constant conatant ¬
stant and gradual increase ia II the appro appropriations appropriations appropniatlons ¬
priations for pensions aDd likewise to the thelegislative thelegislative thelegislative
legislative executive and judicial appro appropriations nppropr1ations appropriatlons ¬
priations These items could not have havebeen bnebeen havebeen
been affected to any great extent by the theSpanishAmerican theSpanishAmericas theSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican war It shows Indeed Indeedan Indeedan indeedan
an increase as before befor stated all along the theline theline thcline
line despite de pUe the fact that the Committee Committeeon Committeeon
on Public Buildings and Grounds have held heldback heldback I Iback
back all matters before them and the theCommittee theCommittee i iCommittee
Committee on Rivers and Harbors all mat matters matters matters ¬
ters before them with ith two or three ex exceptions exceptiocs excepticirs ¬
ceptions and all accounts and claims have havebeen havebeen i ibeen
been practically barred from consideration considerationat I Iat
at this session sessionIt sessionIt e don donIt
It should be borne In mind that In the thecase theC2Se t tcase
case of the appproprfeclons appproprl ns for the Navy Navythe Xavythe Navythe
the authorization ot the eight new war warships warShlP9tO warshipstwo ¬
ships ShlP9tO two battleships three armored armoredcruisers armoredcruisers armoredcruiaers
cruisers and three protected cruisers cruisersInvolves cruiserInvolv cruIserslnvolve
Involves Involv an ultimate expenditure for con construction conSotruotlon conutruction ¬
struction armor and armament of some something sonethin something ¬
thing thin like 560fl0eOO not one dollar of ofwhich otwhich ol t twhich
which Is now appropriated for and does doesnot doesnot t tnot
not figure in the Navy ary Item but must be bemet bemet be I Imet
met In future years yearsThe ye4rSTho yearsrho
The dominant party attempted to com commit commn commtt ¬
mit this Congress at this session slon and will willdoubtles wil Ul I Idoubties
doubtles renew their efforts at the corn cornling cornlag
ling session slon to EO commit the Government Governmentto L Lto
to what hat is known a ad the ship hip subsidy subsidyscheme subsidyscheme subsid r rscheme
scheme which involves the sum of S120 20
000000 to be expended throughout a term termof erm I Iof
of years yearsMr yearsMr yearnMr
Mr Richadson In speaking with a re reporter reporter icpaTtern ¬
porter for The Times said that the cot of ofadministering o oadministering
administering the Government GOf > rnmtot ol o the Uni United Unlted Diiited ¬
ted States had been 300060000 more an annually annually annually ¬
nually for the last three years than before beforethe beforethe helen e etbe
the war with Uh Spain Sp n He said the voters votersof Totersof voter S Sof
of the country would ould look upon it as a se serious serious serious ¬
rious question as to whether hether the glory of ofthat otthat c If Ifthat
that war was worth J9000000CO to tbe tbeAmerican teAmerican 0 0American
American people The Th electors el > actors he thought thoughtwould t thnuyhlwould tuht tuhtwould
would marvel at the tardiness tadln s ol o the Re Republican Republlean Republican ¬
publican party In reducing war taxation taxationwhen mastic tlon tlonwhen a awhen
when the war had closed closedo closedU
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Junction and intermediate points pointsft
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B t O Saturday Snturdn > and Sunday SundayJune SundayJ SundayJune
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the Steamship Lncania LncaniaDeclares Lucania LucaniaDeclnre Lucaniaeclares
Declares Declnre D eclares That Tat He le Hold Ice Ice Stuclr Stuclrand st StueZ StueZand J Jaod
and Boasrht Doo lt It Before the Combine CombineAUM ComblaeUl Combineflue
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tionate rrlccn lrlccThe The New Xe esv York Dem Democratlc Democrntc Democratle
ocratlc ocrntc Lender Regards Rc nrd Bryan Brnn an anthe a athe asthe
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Vote for Hint 1101 at Knn Kansas a City CityTrust Cl CityTrnst
Trust Trulb He le Believes leleTeM AVI11 V11 VilI Be the theLeading 1heLendln theLeading
Leading Lendln Issue In the tb Presidential PresidentialCampaign 11 PresidentialCampniguo ldeotIAl ldeotIAlCawlllJnXo
CawlllJnXo Campaign o Predictions to Make MakeNBW 3takeB 3iahieNBW
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Locasla L1al L eecanta with wt Richard R Crok er erw Croloor r oa beard komniwas beardas
was w w as sighted sgte at a Fire Isknd I at at 2 23 t 4 s eased easedhis doek doekthis ek ekthi
this thi t his morning mIBg Ta T The steamship Behl reached reachedQuarantine r masheduarantine
Q Quarantine uarantine laUae at i oclock oclockAf idk idkAt oclockAf4er
Af Af4er er r the party paty which bh west w mt to Quaraa Quaraatiae Qr Qasnaeine
ta t tiae to t meet met Mr Cooker Crker boarded bce the thesteamer theMefr thetealoar
steamer Mefr s there t r was wa coaaWoraWe ee dKSeeUy dKSeeUyia dly dlyia
ia I n SaCiag ig the Tanaaay chief ele He was vwsfealty w wasneily
fealty lely located ote oa 0 the upper 1r deck dk forward forwardoa e
oa O R the cert ur ert side s quietly tiey pacing pcmg to and asdfro H andre
fro I re He greeted re reeted his h visitors ltrs without tC say asydeBOcstratio aRYd sayOOOOSatmaLIO
deBOcstratio d tt and aD then th stepped e aside aMe e to to1coaoMlt toClt tooseolt
coaoMlt Clt c wRa Secretary Sr ta Smith SmithMr S SmithMr
Mr Jr Croker was 5 attired atile ia i a dark dak esttt estttof S coltf
of e o f cheviot ellevo with wt a a whH whe white thread te running raniagthreegh rag ragthng runningthroogh
threegh thng the e cloth c a a Mack Wk derby derb bat hat and aaddark u anddark
dark cak lieu te He le appeared aa to be ia S Iaexeollsnt Iaexeollsnthealth exceitaat exceitaathealth
health Jt Fra Fk Freak k Croker Creer said that tt Ms W father fatherwas fa faw faAar faAarwas
was w quite t81t well wel sand a had 1 ttarjoyod je t tage te tege the wag wagge
age a ge The Tye party Mf y west ua 1P to t the dock k wiSh wMhthe Wh Whtie wiShhe
the tie t he Lseaaia LseaaiaMr Lu LacanjaMr
Mr r Creker Cre er whoa s seR seen ea at 2t the te steasa steasasbip 6ea ateihip
sbip shp s hip dock dk aaojig g other thlaga thl said saidI s
I hovgbt 8gl ice ie trust t stock I stilt hold K KI I Kbeoght
I bovgkt 8gkt the Uei theice ice stock Mk before 1fe it i wi wiIt W was txn txnt
It I t looks I as 3 thovgh U the t lee trust t price p was wasI zii ziiextortmcosie
I extortioMtte ettit This T should h he b looka J kod kodThe t ijj
T The p prIce ia awful 1 I suppose Su Koosvwpl Koosvwplwill Ru Ruwilt
will 11 r rty remove ssove Va V Ysi > Wyek Wy If I he J is i guIlty p Hit Hithas H Hohas
has the t right rt to t remove re say H gvitty p ar arI ma maI
I am goi pi going g to t Kaasas K City Cityp as a agate a aate
gate p g ate I still stl Uut regard re Mr Y BTTUR B ryaa M atcoming the thecomtog
coming Cg casdidaUe c At Kaasas x City C I ITnsste Ib Ie
bt b b e P glad t to vote r fas J Brya Tnsste T Tros wW soarke soarkehe k kti hehe
ti t he doBiraattns 4omIsaUS 1 issue Iu of tbe tbeporlalis l camp camppanlolism
porlalis panlolism I sappose win w also alsoly a ala sr i iy
ly l y late tt the t campaign caaopaissOa i S SOs
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The Governor lixnected x etecl at Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
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ATLANTIC ATC CITY CIT N J T Jane Ja a Atlantic At AtFovrth t t1t
1t lantic Cit City I is pepag preparing to oeliehrste t the theFounth
Fourth of t July with wt fireworks 1reWrk rewon1es and a arise arle ma manine
rise rle parade pe Never ever before or has h a 1 boa boaparade bUa beatl beatlparade
parade Jde been b eD arranged ag for fo Saiiiag St yaihls yaihlstfependiag Yht Yhtcepndag yahtzdepending
depending tfependiagtain cepndag on t the e w wind Were to ua ussr ussrtam
tain tam for fo keeping keepof ia line lne This Ti year ye there tfiereare Uee Ueeare thereare
are n numerO numerous eroBS naphtha oapbt launches lalDbe ia i Goes Goesmission mmmission
mllon mission and an the usual ul fleet et of a aafry aafryyt aoxtitsry aoxtitsryyachts xitiary xitiaryyachts
from and Baltimore BaKimerahas Baltimorehas
yachts yt tr Philadelphia Phiadepi a B1r B1rha <
has ha begun bgD to arrive arhe earlier ear r thaa t before beforeThese helensThese rc
These Thes boats bts will wi make mke up reeoeeiaWe reeoeeiaWeprocession reepeciahieprocession ale alepresin
procession presin It I is proposed pr e te t hTe hare save the t pa parade J paiads ¬
rade rde in the afteraooB afteraooBArrangements atter afternooaArrangements
Arrangements Argement are peadiag paiBg for the tc pres presence presonce es ¬
once en of Governor Goverr Roosevelt Ronlt at a ameing peotc peotcraeetiag pahiicmeeting
meeting meing on o one OD of 0 the te ocean ee ocean n piers pers the tizoGoveraor C theGovernor
Governor cnn having Ivag already alr y partially prty pros proscot po promised
be ised to g grace Ute o oeeasioa ee even i if H tss tssno dois doisnot
cot no make mke a speech speechof s speechIii
In the evening tere there I Is to b be a a f 4tsay 4tsayof
of ten fireworks fre ok on the te beach bch the first f time t In Inten I inten
years yearsMESSAGES year yearstESSAGES
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Inl in In lltrp on III ills Xomtnaton XomtnatonALBANY XomlnatonLA NomiantonALBANY
ALBANY LA Y N T 1 June TuDCRelt 23 23Govenser 23GovenserRoosevelt Governor GovernorRoosevelt
Roosevelt Relt is i receiving recelD many my consrataia consrataiatien Csb cogrtnlat
t telegrams and leters letters on l hi his nemisa nemisalien
to teleg aD ma maten
lien ten as the ti Republican Republcaa candidaie CWae for t Vice VteePresident yt VicePresident
President PresidentMost Preient PresidentMeet
Most 1 of the e congratulations cMtulli are a poured poHrodIn ptlr pouredin
In upon him hi at his Is home at Oyster O Bey Beywhere By Bywhere lIsywhere
where as a is well ice e kaown lDown he is 1 1 staying e1 at atpreseat a atpresent
present prl Many such sth messages ge however howeverare aever aeverae howeverare
are ae coming CIIDgO to to Albany Alt Military Ub Secretary SecretaryTreadwell Secr Secnetar SecnetarTreadweil
Treadwell received In this thi mornings mail
Teel reve mabs ml ml1t
14 1t congratulatory congtuator letters lete and a 67 6 sash swehtelegrams 5h 5htelegm sashtelegrams
telegrams telegm addressed adree to the Governor GovernorTHE Geeer GeeerT GovernorTHEPBESIDENTS
THE T THEPBESIDENTS PBESIDENTS PRIEN S PLANS PTATJSAVill PL PLANSGo
AVill 11 Go to Canton AVI With UI tit Mr Mrs lrI Me MeKlnley McKtzilcy Ic IclilnIe
Klnley lilnIe Xext Week AVeekThe WeekThe eel eelTbe
The President Psident with wt Mrs Mr McKinley lcKie will willfor aiRleave l
lee leave during the lter latter p part or Det next week weekfor eek eektor
for Canton to spend 5peD a a month at their theirhome teir teirhome theirhome
home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The formal notification notfcton of his renomina renominatioa renominaton renomination
tioa ton by the Philadelphia Phiadelphia Convention CoaTRUen Wilt Hf be bedelivered b bedelivered
delivered delvered by the Committee Commitee at Canton Cantonabout Cte Cteabut Cantonabout
about abut the 12th 1th of July uly Secretary Sertar Carte Corteljpu CarteIou 1 11ou
Iou 1ou will wi accompany aompny the te President PresidentMen President PresidentI PresidentMen
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as a whitecaps whiep whipped Charles Charle George Gerge and aadCharles a andCharles
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