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NUMBER 1532 WASHINGTON TUESDAY JUNE 26 1900 PRICE ONE O CENT
ELIEFflFTIEiTl ELIEFflFTIEiTlChinese RELIEF OF TIENTSIN TIENTSINChinese
Chinese Lose Heavily Hcavil in Resist Resisting Resisting Rcsisting ¬
ing ing the Allied lliell Troops TroopsTHE Tloos TloosTIlE TroopsTILE
TIlE CITY TAKEN BY STORM STORMRqbel STOR11ntbe STORMflbe
Rqbel flbe Lines Broken I by > y a Despcr Desperate Despcrate Despcrate ¬
ate Chance ChanceFOREIGN CbargEFOREIGN ChargeFOREIGN
FOREIGN CASUALTIES FEW FEWnusHlan FEYnnlun PEWRussian
i
Russian Force Had Many Killed and andSecond nndounc1cc1 andWounded
Wounded ounc1cc1 In the Fight ur JUDe JUDeSecond JuneSecond
Second Relief Column En Itoute ItouteAlurmln ItontetIarrnlu limit e eAlariuinsr
Alariuinsr tIarrnlu IteportH Concerning Conccrnln tIle tSieKntc tIleFnte tieintc
Kntc of Seymours eyiiioflr Expedition EXlledltlunhn EXlledltlunhnJIICU Expedttlonlmiiiezie 1m 1mineiise
ineiise JIICU C Celentlal Army Jrut Surround SurrtiuiidInc Surrnuntllu
Inc lu Ickln J cklnThrentH TJireatH to Ilealat UCltlllthe UCltllltheLnndlnJ lie 1ICLnnd1ng i iLnndinc i
Lnndinc of the Brltlxli at KlaiiK KlaiiKYln KlnJl KlnJlInAn KinzaVlntn
Yln InAn An Outbreak Feared In Sun AnilKins SunJilu nn nnKInNnt1e
Kins Jilu KInNnt1e Native Crulacr Cruisers Sent here iliereLONDON hereLJaO 1zercLOXDON
LONDON LJaO June 24 CThere There are seme semedotalla semedotaU somedotalle
dotalla eoacernios the relief of o Tientsin Tientsino
o oa J Jtlae ia M Z by b the allied Ued foreesbBt foreas forees but mgcb mgcbI m muc mucIs 1 1ftI
I ftI left lett to toCefther ooBJactwcT aetw Boi iTcSeaifTom iTcSeaifTomChafiap ha from fromOkel
Chafiap Okel Cefther fid other points p confirm eon rm the report reportVi5L reporti1i reportths
i1i Vi5L the international lot4 = ruaUooaI troop eatered the thebeleaguered tbebele8guered thebelesguered
beleaguered city o Oft Saturday Seturd alter a abard ard abtrd
bard rd Bght kL Ia the resistance to the theImne Amer Americans Amerlean ¬
lean and a Europeans the Chinese CtIB lost boa heavily boavib ¬
vily 11 but the allies aIII suffered comparative comparatively ¬
ly few eW casualties casualtiesOther ca ualliftHr casualtiesOther
Other Hr despatches deatcbe say that on Sunday Sundaythe Suodayn1 Snulayt
the n1 t relief iet force riKee left Tientsin ID to rescue the theSya theSeYlilMMlr theSsymsor
Sya SeYlilMMlr e r expedition which hick have gone to totbe tot tothe
the t aid of the ferefgaers etcDers la Pekin Petin and an has hasbe USbetn basbe4n
be betn n rcjwrrtd rcper to be ia desperate straits atraltsat straitsat ral15 ral15at
at vartMM pelats ts betweea Tteatain aDd the thecapital theoa13I thecapital
capital capitalA oa13IA
A Shanghai Shan kal despatch states that the theRuseiaas theRuseia theflusolas
Ruseia Ruseiaas aloae aloe lost I t 120 1 killed aad 30 30wounded MOWouD41ed PAOwounded
wounded in the repulse at or near Tientsin Tientsinon TIentsin TIentsinon
on June 22 the day before the allied alliedfenSw alliedfer
fer fenSw 8 entered the city cityThe cityTJJe cityThe
The Saaaghal S a1ghal desptch adds that tho thoforco thoforce theforce
force now proceeding to Tientsin numbers numbers8MO numbers8MO
8MO the majority bSing Japanese soldiers soldiersThere soldiersThere soldiersThere
There are also 200 British and 1200 1200Germans 1200Germans 1200Germans
Germans in this relief column General GeneralFukuehlma GeneralFukushima GeneralFukushima
Fukushima far in in command commandThe commandThe commandThe
The relief of Tientsin Is further con coafiraett contirBlel connre
firaett nre by a d depatch patch to the Central News Newsdated ews ewsdetEMI
dated at Taku Sunday night and seat via viaCh ia iacbaoo Ia Iac
Ch cbaoo foo Sunday This telegram says that thattite thatallies thatbe
tite be allies greatly reeaf reeaorced rced by arrivals arrivalsTaku arrivalsriem arrivalsfjem
riem fjem Taku charted c the Chinese use IIBa broke brokethrough brokethr brobethroegh
through thr k and entered the city clt oa June 28 28The SThe 22Fhe
The Fate of Seymour SeymourTa SellIourTit SeyniourThe
Ta Tit The meet distressing distress1n reports are in cir cironlatH ntosietlon r ro
onlatH o osietlon latton > B regarding Rear Admiral Seymours SeymoursoxpeoUJofl Semourox Seymoursox4tIoo
oxpeoUJofl ox which started out to break breakthrough breaktbrotigk k kt
through t rOUC the e Chinese battle IUe lines and aadthe aYe aYetho savethe
the fereigaen fnH ra in Pekta The worst feats featsfer fearsfer feazsfor
fer the rear admiral ad his mea are en entertained eDtertailled entertaised ¬
tertained here today toda One rumor says that thaton thaton thaton
on Juae J e 22 Seymours column was seta setaillea 5ftRelPt aesakt
elPt ° kt miles illea aotttbeaat of Pekto Awttacr Awttacrdeeiarea Asotrds
deeiarea ds mres that t at the whole force haa been an annihilated aDnlk annibHated ¬
nihilated nlk at by overwheiniag verwhehah auattor of Chi ChiB Chtass
B ass ee seven VU miles weat fit f LaacPang LaacPangAdvices LaFagAdvices
Advices frora Japanese JapeDElHsMrces seerees sOsroes declare declarethat t1e delaretbL larf larfut
that Seymour coBimaadiDg mnD IBg the 2300 men menwfce menwH meltek
wfce ek started for or Pekta on JUDe 10 O is a aprIsair
prtMwer ia the haade of o the Chinese Cblne icb icbote I c
ote 05 If SoyiBoar has been bee cajHareJ Cap Captate Captam
tate tam McOalta Meea ef the United States cru crujtr crujtrNewark cruzrNewark r rrk
Newark rk Is also 180 ia the enemys bands b 3 as asJ asbe
M J e was s ia command of o the detachiaent of ot1M ofIIS
1M 1 B a ari ria aes e with Seymotira S ymcMlr foee foteOther foeeQtqr foeeOtlir
Other Japanese reports reporla r rlt pait the story storyseat storyse storyseat
seat se t out yesterday that all the foreign foreignntefetere foe1gntalalsters oeignDllttl
ntefetere Dllttl erc have left Pekin under guard guardof guardof guardof
of Chinese soldiers but that their deati destinetlon
nation Is a complete mystery mysteryA
A careful estimate of o the number and andarmament andarmament andarmament
armament of the Chinese troops around aroundputs
rPeklH Pekla puts the total at 360100 and it Is Isicaleulated Iscalculated
calculated r eil ted that these troops possess 220 220Jcontlmotre 2 220ccnUmatre O OJconUmolre
Jcontlmotre ccnUmatre Creusot guns 18 Krupps and and1i0 and2O
350 1i0 Maxims MaximsTheir MWmBTheir MazimsTheir
Their supply of o ammunition Is practi practically pracUany practiaiiy ¬
cally any teexhaaetiblc t HU8t1blc It has been mainly mainlyxdpUed mLInlysttppUecl mainlys5ppfled
xdpUed by a Gorman firm at t Carlowltz CarlowitzIsU
3 IsU lly threeIaortiw thAeb rtJla of the Chinese forces forcescre forcest forcesbadly
cre badly drilled dr vbolly boUy undisciplined and andIite
quit GUlte1Dtanl Iite cntaaiiar = ar wltl w th modern weapons weaponsO weaponsGettzi
O Gettzi ed rtl y 13 f3 arajv aIJ says sa a correspond correspondiBtat cone3pontI correspan correspanat
iBtat I at SAaaZajCiraaca9ctatlBg SiIa1ZLxnt Bb of 4MO 4MOrafB 4 4qpe 410I
rafB I left I wwk wetkapa ap far Pekia sad Gen Geactml Gent Contoni
toni t Sims Chi 0 fvs g farce f4 ees B vabeiag vabeiagJolt bertes belDg 2590 2590left iiO iiOlett
left far r the nlae same a e place ea J June 15 15Ta liTa IL ILTa
Ta RcclRt cht the Critlsli Critlslitcli xrltxxzA rf b bM
M patck tcli froiR tr Shanghai n2bai says sa that LI LIg LIBag LIIeg
Bag g H H I exGrverser exG < nr1l8r of Shang Tung TungTriw Tungito Tung1vo
ito 1vo te I intensely bateD ely antiforeign has gone g ne to toth totM toIth
Ith tM th Kte Klu KiesgTIs 8Tln la forts oa tho Yangtse lie Heia lieJII lie2xaa
ia JII declared cIared his intention of resisting the thelawMas theInlMltRJ theIasisg
lawMas o oC f British forces In that region regionIt
It IK reported in London ndon however that taatGreat t11atGoot thatGreat
Great Britain has aaaurod urod the Chinese au authorities aulhedUes autharlUes ¬
thorities tbat Jt t will not load men in Tang TangtM YWg1M Yangtee
tM Ktaag Valley VaiIe aUe except to assist them in inqueuing inqueiU Inqiofliag
queuing queiU g d t1at tIatirbsncez tIatirbsncezTo turbances turbancesTo rbanees rbaneesTo
To Increase the alarm over the general generalcStuaUoa generalsltvatkta generaleitueUoa
cStuaUoa In China Chi an reports have been re recaivcd recuival recu
caivcd cu val toiay saying that an m outbreak Is Istljrcaienetl Isltr istireasned
tljrcaienetl ltr 8 In Nasking The unrest Is grow growIOK growlilt growIbeuly
lilt Ibeuly hourly MU ly It IB cxpoctad that there will willbe willbe willb
be b an uprising at any moment and the theAorfollc the2orfolk thelarfoflz
Aorfollc AVnsIiInKtou Wuab D5hln innion tuu Steamliact StenmunttIklt Co CoIlc CoI
Ilc I Iklt ltfM tftlt trip tl daiy at C30 1 30 p m m to Old Peint PuntiHfsrt
OMfsrt iHfsrt Xnrp X Nenpart rt News Serflit Xorfallc orfelk Virginia I nb Beach flCSOhand
and 0 Oems Yiow i Fir ll r schc chrdu1e < lulc 1 set 6e pjge 7 7Tnlcutlnc 1Tnlcutlnc 7Tnlcutlnc
Tnlcutlnc takes away DU the objection objectionable ohJectionable objectionable ¬
able lectures of perspiration guaranteed g1UrUlt all alltoilet alltoilet alltoilet
toilet counters countersDaucInK countersD1ucln countersDaucinir
DaucInK D1ucln at atCcsnpeulc Cbcsnpcnkc Bench BenchHaleys DenchUaleys BenchUaleya
Haleys mode every afternoon afcrn n and evening eveningrinntcrlnp venin veninrlulltcrln eveningPlastcring <
rinntcrlnp I LuthH ttliH l3OO 3OO OO finest Laths Lullist Lathsat Lathsatlowered
at atlowered t lowered prices at Friendly Corner 6th and
lives of o foreigners are In the utmost dan danger dengar tknger ¬
ger garVI
VI Viceroy roy Liu Kin Ylh has teUgrapbed t8 t gr iJbI the theBritish theDrltIsh theBritIsh
British authorities that he has ordered ordiuedthe ordiuedthean the theflve thefive
five Chinese cruisers which have been b en ly lyiag lyI lyIa
I Ia iag off o the harbor bore to proceed to Nan NanKing NanKlng NanKlng
Klng KingDespatches KlngDespatches KlngDespatches
Despatches from Taku state that the thefailure theallure thefailure
failure ofthe gunboat Honocacy lI nocacy to take takepart takepart takepart
part In the bombardment bomb rdment of the Taku Takuforts Takutorts Takufortahas
forts fortahas has excited comment c < mment in naval circles circlesthere circlesthere circlesthere
there It has also boon the subject of ofcriticism ofcriticism ofcriticisni
criticism here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Chinese Merchants Company has hasdecided hasdecldedto hasdecideito
decided decldedto to place Its i fleetunder the British Britishflag BrlUshfiag Britishflag
flag
SEYHOUB SE mOUR BARD RD PEESSHP PEESSHPrtcnorted Pa PBESBPfteportcd SEID SEIDReportec1
rtcnorted to He D Sear Tientsin WIth AVtiuForeign WIthIorln Uh UhIoreln
Foreign MIiiiHtern From ronl PeUln PcldnDBRLIN PekinBERLIN
BERLIN June 25 6Thc The German Consul Consulat C Consulat nsul nsulat
at Chefoo reports re orts > that Admiral Seymour SeymourIs Se11o r ris
Is said tobe to be at a point ont twelve nail a half halfmiles haJmHos haltmiles
miles from Tientsin The various vnri arlous us foreign foreignministers foreignministers orelgnminIsters
ministers are said to be with him himTht himThe himrho
The party Is reported to be hard pressed pressedby pre68dby pressedby
by Boxers and Chinas Chi ese soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe soldiersTb
The Tb consul also nl sends sf10ds confirmation conftrm Ubn of ofthe ofthe
the relief of Tientsin on June 23 23The 23TlIe 23The
The German Governor at Klaochau tale
TilE JAIAXESB YOIUISDO lORl DO BOAT SA2A StZtWAU7 StZtWAU7imla 1VA1I7 1VA1I7IThia v Uf UfThia
IThia Thia fat snarl BOW at adin tinjr < as a despatch ooit In j Chinese Qj watcn waun brought the a sews w te Cbfffoo Cbfffootelling Cheiootdl CbefooteIIui
tdl teIIui telling ol u UK entry into TienttiB ut t the t le allied forcxj bacl
I graphs under date of June 25 that he has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been Informed through Chlaeaev Chlaeaevsoereea Chlae e soereea soereeathat soureethat soerteethat
that Admiral dmlral Seymour has hasreached reached Pekin PekinMORE PekinMORE PekinMORE
MORE SHIPS FOR CHINA CHINATivo CHII CHINATwo A
Two French Cruluers Sail and Spain Spain3Iaklnic SpnlnUuklllJ Spain3lnkinr
3Iaklnic One Ready ReadyMADRID Reud ReudYADRID ReadyMADRID
MADRID JUDe 26 GThe The cruiser crtl r Carlos Carlosis
is being outfitted expeditiously e petlitl uely and will willsoon willsoon
soon start for China ChinaPARIS ChinaPARIS ChinaPARIS
PARIS June 2C GThe The cruisers crul ors Vauban Vaubanand Vaubanand Vaubanand
and Caravan and the tlietIUJl8POrt transport Dorflogse Dorflogsesailed Donosaesailed Dordoaesailed
sailed from Saigon Sal n French Cochin China Chinafor ChiDafor Chisafor
for Taki on Sunday last lastThe lastTJe meLThe
The Bengah wooden despatch d teh boat boat has hassailed hasI hasrailed
sailed from rORl Kwang Che Wan for the therendezvous same samere samerendezvous
I rendezvous rendezvousA2EEHICAIT re rendezvousAMERICAN flezvousANERICAN
AMERICAN HOLDINGS IN CHINA CHINAEtitimatcd CHINAi CHINAEstimated
i
I Estimated Value nlncur of Heal lIeu Property In Inthe InI inthe
I the Northern District DistrictNEW UItrlctXEW listrItNEW
NEW YORK YORK June 3S 5The The following Is Isas IsaR Isan
as estimate of the value of real property propertyowned pnJpertyowlMd propertyowned
owned by Americans Amerlca in North China ChinaTientsin CblnaTIentalaAmerlcan a aTieDtaIAmerkaa
Tientsin TieDtaIAmerkaa Aaterteaa Board Miastraa 25 5t 2 2eel
eel 9 e taete t ta American Methodist t Mission
40000 taela Vaited States Consulate OoIIIIla COW COWtaeto cueotael8 100 100tasis
taeto Y M C A tmiMinc bsiIdin 12 ItOM M lads taeisStandard taesStaadard ladsStandard
Standard Oil godowns BOdo odown not Including con contents eonteats contents ¬
tents of case oil ou 20 20000 oo 0 teals Union UnionChurch ColonChurch UnionChurch
Church building 8000 leeds C S Tenaey Tenaeybotwes TUDe TUDehoueea
botwes 105 55 valued at 15000 taels other otherhouses otherDoasea otherbasses
houses valued at 100M 11 taete Take Tknerleaa TalnlAmerka TakeAmerican
American erleaa houses valued at 15 15Pekin 15000 we wePekiDAmerican teels teelsPekinAmerican
Pekin PekiDAmerican American mission B houses valued at ateOOCO atI atI
eOOCO taels tatl PaotingFu PaotingFuAmerican American mis
I
that Brig Gen Adna R R Chaffee C had hadselected 11MHleeted been beeneIeted
selected to conamawl the A Atar AIDeI1aa w wtal milltary
tar tal eperatlOM operI In China General Chaffee Chaffeearrived CIta Cbaeearrived ee eearrted
arrived IB WU Waskmcton this ls nwraing orsing He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will leave tomorrow for San Francisco ac acpanled ac aceomniecl acCO1flpsaied
eomniecl panled by Ii Lieut Roy B Harper of the theSeventh theSeventh theSeventh i
Seventh Cavalry Cavalrymediately eaalryi CavalryImmediately
i Immediately mediately am arrival at th tile War De Department DeJItrtmeRt B Bpartment ¬ I
partment today Genera Cbaffee CU < eoqaired eoqairedof red
I
of o Adjutant General CecMa what prepa preparattonc prepaI preparations
I rations had been mad made for the U equipment equipmentaW eqwipmeataa pDeat pDeatI
aW aa maintenance of the troope to farm the theChina tileC theChina
I China C hla expedition He asked 8 particularly particularlyabout l8Jtleularlyabout particularlyaboet
about ordnance supplies aDd ammunItIonand ammunition ammunitionaad nltioD nltioDaBd
and proper clothing c supplies Gen A R RBufflogtoo Rnultqtoa ItIlUngt4m
Bufflogtoo Chief of the Ordnance Bureau Boreatiwas 8oreallU Bureauwas
was U sent aeDt for and asked what be could do doto doto doto
to supply 5Vppi the lb expedition with ordnance ordnanceand ordaaDeeaDd ordnanceand
and ammunition muBltloll General Buffington Bu bat bat1Iaable was wasunaMe wasusable
usable to explain In detail on such aae abort abortnotice aIIortI abortnetle
I notice netle what luIt could be dooeand will make makea
I i Ii a report later In the day 7 to General Chat Chaffee CJaafI Chatfee
fee The latter said tote monttag JB that thatH tlultit thatft
I H had not been determined what artil artillery artili artillevy ¬
i levy ery or rapidfire guns would go with the theexpedUten theexpedition
i expedUten expedUtenThfc apedtttoaTh expeditionThie
Thfc Th wil be determined ed within the next nexttwentyfjwr nexttWeJltf nexttwentyfmr
twentyfjwr tWeJltf house General Chaffee then thenexplataec ueouplaae tbenexpIaine
explataec < to General OeIIe CorNs the necessity necessitydetachment aeeaalt7of
of a IIgnat gnaI eorpa eori detachment detac meat General GeneralGreely Gepe GepeGreel Gepei1 Gepei1Greely
Greely Greel Chief Signal Officer was next nextbrought antbrcMI nextbrouaht
brought t into consultation atIoD He H recommend recommended ¬
ed Captain Rweaell now w at Manila aD1 1It Gen General 0eDeral Condm1 ¬
eral Corbln Immediately iuraetee directed that UIatble a acablegram
cablegram ble nUll lie sent to General bcAIthur
t
I
SlAP OK 01 TIlE SEETII SEVE rn DEXGAIj HE G1 ISKAVniY ISKAVniYIc 1 IFilfllThi I XrIlY XrIlYtrhi
trhi zb tivc Ic IcJan < an r rrmat mcEt was wa lanu lan laail d at Taku from the th British battleship Terribl TJT b and is isttith isnow fanew
now er3tiag ratiD ttith ith tire allied forces apiinst the Chinese ChineseJ 1
lIon 1on house valued at 30000 taels Tung TungChou TungChouAmeric TungChonArnerican
Chou ChouAmeric American 1 mission houses valued alued at at3Q
30040 3Q MJO tael Kalgan KnlganAmcrlcnn American mission missionhouses minionh missionhouses
houses h uses valued at 10000 beTs TalYuen TalYuenFu TalYuenFu TaiYuenPu
Fu Near XearAmerlcan American mission bouses hou < ls val valued vnJued vaTued ¬
ued at 15000 taels TsunHua TsunHuaAmerican TsunHuaAmericanmission American Americanmission mericanmission
mission houses valed at 10000 lads taelsPangCbuan laclsPangChunn ladsPangChuan
PangCbuan and LIngChlngChou L1ngCbingChouIls L1ngCbingChouIlssian Mis Mission ¬
sian houses valued at 15000 taels Pei PeiTalHo PeiTalHoAmerlcan PelTatHoAmerican
TalHo TalHoAmerlcan American summer cottages val valued vatnod al alued ¬
ued at 00000 taels Pekin PcklnUnlted United States StatesLegation StatesLegation StatesLogation
Legation buildings 25000 taels total 390
000 lads or 273000 United States go gol golThe golThe l lThe
The above figures cover only the valto valu aill of ofbuildings ofbuildings ofbuIldings
buildings and do not include the value alue of orthe ofthe
the property on which they stand nor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the personal and household effects within withinthem withinthem vithlnthem
them themThe
themThe
The value of o the Tientsin tact taells Is 75 cents centsUnited centsUnited centsUnited
United States currency currencyPTEING currencyFIRmG currencyPIRING
PTEING HEARD OIJF NEWPORT NEWPORTThe NEWPORTThe j jThe
The North Atlantic Squadron nt Tar TnrKCt Turet Target
get et Practice PracticeNEWPORT lroctleci IrnctlccNEWPORT
i NEWPORT R R L I June 26 2 26BIg BlK gun gunfiring gunfiring
I
firing was heard off shore all this mornirg morningi mornirgThe mornirgThe
i The ships ship of the North Atlantic Squad Squadj Squailron Squadroa
j roa were ere having target practice At Atoclock Atoclock 0 0oclock
oclock the flagship New York and battle battleship battleship battleship ¬
ship Kcarsarge came in and anchored choret1 off offJamestown oftJamestown offTamestowa
Jamestown JamestownThe JamestownThe TamestowaThe
The torpedo boat Gwln left shortly af after a atr atter ¬
ter 9 for or Narragansett Pier to bring Ad Admlrai Ac1I Admimi
mimi Dewey to Newport NewportQnlclc Xewportlulek NewportQuick
I Quick Service Serviceto to St Panl via B n < t O OAnd OAnd 0Aed
And northwestern points on new nestB B t O train trainleaving tralnr trainleaving
lcai leaving Vashingt Wahinten n at 1030 a r m In dally and anartlcbtn anti antircaclxin j
rcacblc EU EL Paul at 10 p P m In next s t day QTSunml daySound i imil
Sound mil good Xo < u 2 Klooriusr Fl i iiuw iiA only onl onlper 2 2per 2aq
per 100 sq < It It Nor Car pine Frank Fn Llbbty Libbt
Jt kCo Co
RUSHING TROOPS T11UOI3TEJCllD1 T11UOI3TEJCllD1A TO CHINA CHINAA
A Full Brigade Ordered rd rct1 fo o Chefoo ChefooFrom ChefooFrom ChefooFroul
From Manila UlanilnGeneral ManilaGeneral lnnil1Genernl
General Chalice Af tsigned > slprnc l to Coiu CoiuMilitary COJUnluntl Conimend
mend American Military I 11 ltur30 r rFourth Force ForceFourth ForcesFourth
Fourth Ninth and Tivcntlctli In Infantry Intnlltr Infnntiy ¬
fantry tnlltr anti Sixth Cavalry Cnul io tuCom tuCompOlte Com Compose Cornarose ¬
pose HIM 111 Army ArmUeruJlul Hefnual of Miul Minister JUulJltcru MinisterWri7j tcr tcrAVnK
AVnK u Second IlcciucMt That Thin ThinCountry ThillCOUllt ThisCountry
Country COUllt Cease Military Operations OpcrntlonsiPending OvcrnUonHIelldln OperationslcndIn
Pending Ielldln LI HUHK Clinnes C1lnllJ I2 Eitorts Eitortsto TortH TortHto OttNto
to Iteutore Onler OrtlerarIlIps War hlp to Co Cooperate Cuoperate CeOperate ¬
operate IVJlh 1Irk attr the Ciirpi on Land LandTho Lon LonTho LandTho
Tho War Department has awakened to a arealisation arlImUon areellantion
realisation ef o the serious aerleu situation li I Chi China thian bl blJUl ¬
na and today began preparations for r an anexpedition anexpedition anexpedition
expedition to be sent to the relief ol the theAmericans theAmericans t tAmericans
Americans It Is no longer dental that a abrigade abrIgade abrigade
brigade of troops will 111 be sent as soon as aspassible upostHble aspoeOible
passible passibleThe postHbleThe poeOibleThe
The department ordered the theFeurth Fourth and aadTwontloth andTwontleth andTwentieth
Twentieth Infantry to proceed from Ma Manila lanlla NanOn ¬
nOn to Taku at once Thin with tht lb Ninth NinthInfantry NinthInfantry 1nthInfantry
Infantry and Sixth Cavalry will complete csmpletethe cmpletetho completethe
the brigade brigadedeckled decided upon uponThe 1JponThe uponThe
The announcement was made eOetaUy
ordering him to send with th the Ninth inth la lafantry 18iantry Infaatry
fantry on the transport Logan a detach detachmont detackmcnt detachmont
mont of signal corps co men men under Captain CaptainRussell CaptainRussell CaptainPuaselL
Russell RussellMr Russelllr PuaselLMr
Mr lr Wu tho Chinese Minister returned returnedto
to the State Department after his first firstvisit flrstvisit firstvialt
visit this morning and presented presentodf prezentodto to Score Secretary S1Derelary ScoretarT ¬
tarT Hay Ha a long lon < despatch from LI Hung HungChang HungChang HungChang
Chang and tho six great Viceroys of o the theprovinces theprovinces theprovinces
provinces In which a second appeal ap > l was wasmado wasmado wasmado
mado that the United States send no more moretroops moretroops moretroops
troops to China but wait until Li Hung HungChang HungChang HungChnng
Chang reaches Pokin when he can canpcnce canpcnceable peace peaceable peaceable ¬
able ECttlo ttJe all disturbances The despatch despatchwas desptltehWas despatchwas
was even stronger than that sent yestor yestorday > yester yesterday yestorday ¬
day daySecretary
Secretary Hay lIa Informed Mr Wu that he hecould hecould becould
could make no noromises promises In the matter malterthat and andthat arnithat
that the troops now en route would be belanded belanded
I
landed to protect American interests interestsThe interestsThe interestsThe
The following folJowin despatch was received receivedfrom receivedtrom receivedfrom
from Admiral Kempff by the Navy De Department Department Departmont ¬
partment this morning
Cheoo June JuneSecretary 25 2L
Secretary of the Navy Wasalagton WasalagtonRelief VnshingtonIlelieI TnbhilgtonRelie
Relief force f ce reached Tientsin 23d
loss very ery small Pekin relief force forcewhich forcewhIch forcewhich
which left Tientsin June 10 reported reportedten reportedten reportedten
ten miles from Tientsin Ti ntEin surrounded surroundedforce surroundedforce surrcundcdforce
force left Tientsin 24th 2 th to render as assistance assistance assftance ¬
sistance KEMPFF KEMPFFThe KEMPFFThe KEMPFFThe
The despatch Is s considered cpnsidcrcd at the Nrvy NrvyQniclc X XlulcJ NavjQuick
Quick < Service to CliIcaKO Cblcu u via rir B d C o oOn oOn 0On
On B ti O new train traIn leaving lav leavln AVashlnztan W h1ntcn at ato
1050 a m dally l1J arriving arr1 1 at Chicago Ct cago 330 S a r m mnot m mI ranext
not moroinr moroinrIxl2lG morals morals1x121O o
Ixl2lG I HJInilrlcil Knnclrletlnonrc1 Board only 175 175per 1 1per 17Iiper
per 100 Fq i ft t of Xorth orth Carolina pine too at atCth atCth
Cth and N Y aTe
Department as iodtotOas that the Pekin Pekinrelief Peldnrelie Pekinrelief
relief column aaa been eea forced r back forty fortyflve rortyflViI fortyfive
five miles mU also abtaa It I was last beard from fromwhich fromwbf fromwhich
which wbf h was u oe e July IS I whea It wa WH at atLang it itLug atLang
Lang Fang tUQAte Uty ve mIee IMI from r m Tientsin Tientsinand Tfonts4nand Tientainand
and twentyfive twentyfivemIles Miles from Pokts P0km It was wasat wasat IS ISat
at that time timrepoflad Reported re to be suffering Suff4tlng from fromlack fromlack fromlack
lack of wabr wat and food foodAt foodAt foodAt
At the Nary Na Department rtlHnt It was state statetoday stJeJ stJeJtoday stateltoday
today that the Brooklyn with 30 marines marineshad marirKshad manorshad
had sailed for Nj 4gantkI aaakl kl this morning Af After Ater Atter ¬
ter cooling COfJlD sh6 ab will proceed direct to toTaku toTakv toTake
Take The Buff DuttJ Buffi to bas sa sailed d from < Gibral Gibraltar G1braltar Cibraltar ¬
tar to Malta tin n route to Taku The TtoPrlBcetoa ToPrlacetoo ThePnineoton
PrlBcetoa has left 1t Cavite for or Swatew SwatewAnioy Swat8wJmor SwatewMany
Many Jmor and Fe F Feo pteow how f for for r patrol service servkeSho EarkeSho serviceShe
Sho will then prceeed pr prbeee1to to Shanghai for the theany tbelastallattoa theinatallatio
lastallattoa of a4 4 eleetrtc ezectnic IllIIt plant but buti6 butis
i6 UDder orders or Immediate service at atany atany
any time The Marietta has bon ordered orderedto
to proceed to Cei CeiGeaeral C CGOBeral CeuGeneral
General MacA MacAthiir Urar today seat the tel following tollowIA tellowing ¬
lowing lowIA despatch d teh Jtp o the War Department Departmentshowing DIJ Depertxneutairowina IItLm8Ul IItLm8UlaIIowlar >
showing that the Ninth Infantry sails for forTaku forTaku forTaku
Taku tonight t nlgbt aC as there Is a difference in intime InUmc intime
time between bslw Mahlla MarneaDd and Washington Washingtonfanlla Waahhlgtonl WashingtonIaniIa
> fanlla l JlUa Jane 2C 2CAdjutant GAdjtant 26dLtant
Adjutant dLtant GMaVa CSs Iil Washington WaahlngtonNinth WMhIDgtoBNlath WashingtonNinth
Ninth lBantfar Isfant sails sail 27th ith thorough thoroughly ther Uh Uhly ¬
ly cQulpped cqt sad well auppliel 1 with witheverything WItheveltllfag withevrytkln
everything MacARTHUR MacARTHURNo
No sews was given glftB out by the State De Department De Departmeat Dopertment ¬
partment during the Dl morning rDlns and iad Secre Secretary Secretary Scoretory ¬
tary Hay stated that thatbe fee had only received receiveda
a despatch tch front ir Ooaattl Fowler at Ckefoo Cltetoocoaftrm Ckefooconftrmlg j jconflraatag
conflraatag coaftrm the KenptC Komp < eeapateh as to the therelief therl1e therelief
relief column eelu eatarfac Tfcatsta TtuDIDIr TleatslaMr j jMr
Mr Wu W the Cnlnun Aabaanarior called called2t coiledat i iat
at the State D DcpartIDeat parUne t sad held hsl a brief briefconference brtereoDl briotomtmeace
conference eoDl < elMe with Secretary Hay He ex exprecacd expAUed oxpreeaed
precacd pleasure that the relief coluan coluanbad CDl CO12 CO12had Mn MnJNMI
bad entered Tientsin and hoped that the thetrouble tileIiOUbie thetrouble
trouble might t soon be e ended ende In speaking speakingof klllg klllgof
of the despatch d tapatcb tc from fOI Consul General Good Goodaow GoodBOW Goodnow
BOW aIMing that thata oa eoanatmleatfoB 1nI1cadoB had hadbeen habeen hadbeen
been had with Pekta since Jaae Jun 14 he said aaidthat saidthat hi hithat
that there won A circuitous clrc1 toua route open via viaSiberia YIaSUterla viaSiberia
Siberia and that m uiaMagM es were batag Mat Mataad MDtaDd sentand
aDd received YecI over that line He claimed claimedto
to have had no aaVTal cIaI a sews a from Ms Our Oorerament Qcwenuaeat Ourerament
erament enuaeatThe today todayThe te teThe
The War Departaim De at atbed aoaa a ° sedar sedarWed aoay aa aabted
bed to General OeM abaArtaarthaf by 1IJtoa direc directicn rac j jbeen
oa of tile Prccldeed General CIIdee lied liedbeen Madbeen
been ordered to proceed to Chefoo Chins Chinsto CJtteato cblaato
to take connaand of i aH United 1J State S 55diee mill military milllacy 01 01ary ¬
lacy fore fore there then The iTaeof < sading eMJcer eMJcerof ecerof
of the Ninth 1IItJI IttJantry Is ordered ect ta report reportto
to General Ooeral Cnafteaj apon cc Ma arrival at stCacfoo atCWoo atChefoo
CWooAdminli ChefooAdmiral Cacfoo CacfooAdmiral
Admiral Kemp Kem < was today to y aattfed ed that taata ta
a brigade Wi of 0 infantry would proceed ta his hisaid Illsaid Msaid
aid aad that ta Ute baUt lafaatry IT ITItuMclIately wield b bitnaiedlitely be beimmedisiety
itnaiedlitely reaafiraad r rThe resst q qThe
The Princeton aid Don JoaJ1IQde Jaaa ae de Auatrta Auatrtaare A Aare Avsrtaare
are putrolHng tile ooast t la response r to toappeal toappeals
appeal received reedY far protection p from fromAoerieaiM fromAmeriaula fromAmenlenna
AoerieaiM ia i tae afiaeted laeeWd f2scted cities citiesGeaeral elUeaGeaer citimGeneral
General Geaer l Caaffaec Chafree plans pia contemplate a acampaign aeaRlpaiga aeamga
campaign taat tbat w v will H Ja lac rasi into tae winter wiaterHe wtat4trHe winterHe
He explained thai aioiaiag J iloentag to General Cor Corbin CorbiD Conbin
bin that it wottU be neeeaaary neee to send HDdwtater sendwister ead eadwteter
wister clothing do to China far the troops as asin asia asIa
ia November tfea weather stber lter was was exceedingly exceedinglywill aceilfltDCIYeoIcI exceedinglycold
cold III that part tf t China fa which ON ONtroope tbotroops
troops will operate He remarked that at atTaku atTalul atTaks
Taku vessels wer werel wcrhles ytra IG fta hen ea te the ice iceia iceis to toin
ia November In InstructIons t ructions were seat to toGeneral 10Geeral 1 1Genoral
General XaeArtlror XaeAr aeveral versl daTa ago to toprovide topron topreside
provide pron e tae NiaU ntfaatry atxy with everything everythiacacaaed everythingseeded Jlc JlcJIeIeIied
seeded and General Chatfee baa beea in informed jar informed ¬
formed r that tae mlamitil ataI quartermas quartermasters qaiaenau qaiaenauen quantermastees ¬
tees and commissaries I of both the Ninth XintaInfantry Ninthinfantry
aDd Sixth Cavalry vairy haft nave been am amply amply ¬
ply applied with 01 messy mooerThe yTIlle messyThe
The troopa trOoi kav b kae been thoroughly tborouahlyequipped tborcNPlYeqetpped thoroughlyequipped
equipped and andn everytatea aeeetaary to a aproperly aproperIJ aproperly
properly conducted famaFicn hasbeen baa b pro provided pro isovided ¬ i
vided Supplies of clothing and equipment eqaipaieatfor uipme uipmelor
for the fall will be neat 8eD tJat later from Ma MaIt Manila
Jdla b7 the Qaart Quartermasters a Departrent DepartrentIt ezt eztIt
It to expected e that Geneva < Chafes will willreach willreach
reach Cacfoo Cb oo within tae next thirty days daysXaaila IIQLto daysManila wtJI1
Manila > in to be bead u as a Mane of caa caapllea sap sapplies i
plies pi ad General MacArtbur lac Artbr will eatab eatabfor miabilak
j
JtsI1 a depot tMre roc army UaBpclr trsW trsWfor r rtOl
for service between bet Manila and China ChinaCABINET ChinaCA3flr 1 1CAJ3I1fm
CABINET CA3flr ZX2BCTJS626 CHINA CHINAAilralniMtratian CRDIAdm CHINAAdmlnsirntln
AilralniMtratian dm nbtrt111 MBctalM ctIH in Confer Cenfcrcuoc C Confercube Rre Rreencc
cube Over tko tk Ileeent ltee nt Reports ReportMThe ReporblThe ReportsThe
The Chinese C1dD altaatton aI aaaia apathe Biigrneed engramedthe Biigrneedthe
the attention of the Cabinet at its itsTnemday ItaTU xutat xutatTuesday
Tuesday TU T mornina morning meeting today The Thenews TIleDews Thenews
news from Tientsin anaonacina tae relief reliefof reliefat reliefof
of that thl t town towu waa received with much muchpleasure JIdIdIpleasure mn mnpleasure
pleasure and the Mes a M of Ute Admfa A Ation tm tmtion sa sation
tion for getting aM ta Pekin ware 0nIeIpoadJD8I7 corseepoodlnqiy oorwsr oorwsrpondinaiy
pondinaiy iacraiiea iDft Secretary SeeletalTHaY Hay of ofnese oi oiCIMIIH ofcenter
center had eIsrse ol the balk CIl the bust buafJHIIIJ bustfloss
nese which was presented teI to the members oieoberafor ZIIembe18for membersfor
for consideration Among the other items itemsin ItemsiD itemsin
in his budget was tae application of the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese Viceroy Vkeoo for a cessation of Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can intervention until peace can be restor restored restered tored ¬
ed The action of the Secretary of State Statein Statein Statein
in declining to coafteat t to such a course coursewa wtirse wtirseWl6 coursewa
wa Wl6 approved approvedSecretary apprOedSecretary approveiLSecretary
Secretary Loag wae who bad been away to toHlngham toHingham
Hlngham HI gbam Mass during = the Republican RepublicanNational RepublicanNational
National Xat l Convention was present He had hada
a L number of o despatches d tdtee concerning the themovements themovemeBU themovements
movements > of ships h a Postmaster P tmsster General GeneralSmith GenemlSmith GeneralSmith
Smith had a small smaJtlnwJget gadget in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with Cuban postal maUers matters Neither Sec Secretary Sec Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Root nor Secretary So etary Gage was pres present prCtlem preseat ¬
eat entAfter
After the meatrng mestt General Corbln and andGeneral andGeneral andGeneral
General Chaffee Who ho has been ordered to toChina toChin toChina
China Chin to head the brigade of Americana in inthe inthe inthe
the field there cabled caIed ed and were received receivedby raeelvedby receivedby
by the President It 1 is supposed su that Mr MrMcKiBley MrIcKlaley MrMcKinley
McKinley indicated indica te General G neral Cbaffee the theline theUne theline
line of policy p which wh cIl this Government do dosires desires dosires
sires to maintain B ia the tbeEast tbeEastTHE East EastTHE EastTHE
THE POwERS IN ACCORD ACCORDRnsxio ACbORDRnsltJu ACCORDRussia
Russia Said to Have Been Authorized Authorizedto
to Crush th1JJ Clitne ell e Rebels RebelsPARIS UehelsPARIS ItebeluPARIS
PARIS June 25 6Aeoording According to to the theFigaro theFigaro theFigaro
Figaro the agreement agr IPent pf Q the diploma diplomatists cllplonalists diploraatists ¬
tists over the theChh theChinese Chinese ese situation is com complete complete oemplete ¬
plete and absolute absoluteAs ab abeouteAs icluteAs
As evidence of oftl this ls II says Ysthat that Russia Russiahas Russihas Russiahas
has received a mandate from the powers to toIntervene toIntervene tointervene
Intervene actively to terialcato the crisis crisis22ISSI02T crisisHIE crisislIISZI0N
22ISSI02T HIE ON OF eRE TERRIBLE TERHTBLEDrKlMh TERRIBLE8rlllllh TERRIBLEBritish
British Knttleshlr ruttJch p Carrie Des Dcspatchcn DesXnt Despatches
patches Xnt hell and Trxusports rrJ lIllortl Troops TroopsLONDON TroovLODOX TroopsLONDON
LONDON Julie itThe 5 SThe The British cruiser cruiserTerrible cruiserTerrIble cruiserTerrible
Terrible first brought the news of the sue successful suc succesaful suecensful ¬
cessful Juncture cf c Sikhs and Welsh Fusi Fusiliers Fusiliers Focihers ¬
liers with the anted aP relief column which whichhad whichhad whichbad
had been cut off by the Chinese about aboutnine aboutnine aboutnine
nine nine miles mU s from from Tteatsln TteatslnThe TletttsinThe TientainThe
The Terrible brought br tit the Sikhs and Fu Fusiliers FusiUers Fitsitters ¬
sitters from Hongkong HongkongBrlxtovir lIoDgkongBrlMtun llougkongBristow
Brlxtovir nctiiriiH eturiis From Cuba CubaNEW CubaNEW < ubo uboNEW
NEW YORK fORK June Ju 2C CThe The Ward line linesteamship Unesteamship linesteamship
steamship Mexico arrived this morning morningfrom morning morningrom morningfrora
from rom Havana Aaiong dong the passengers of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Mexico Y dca was General Bristow who has hasbeen hasbeeI hasbeen
been beeI Investigating the postofSce frauds In InCuba 1nCuba InCuba
Cuba CubaFlynnirlrcslnejss CubaFlynnJJIldneJis CubaFlynnnfltrslneas
Flynnirlrcslnejss College Col1e e 8th and K KIslSlC Ii Iit Kf5EcomeOce
t f5EcomeOce Oe 1mllUtl EXsmInatIOU45 EXsmInatIOU45IxIEIC S S1x11G
IslSlC dressed 4 Mdeji Idea Shelving SIle1TIII SIle1TIIIttnts
2 cents per eq q It 1 Call for lowered prices on F FLibblJ FLibbvy
LibblJ Co
FIGHTING AT ATlluIBllllR ATlluIBllllRIhtmiltons HEIDELBERG HEIDELBERGHntniltons HEIDELBERGII
Hntniltons II < miIfQns Forces F rces En Engage tge ai e the ilieBoers theBoors he heDoers
Boers Under Priudloe PriudloeISKHC PrilltUoeISHnc PrinilloeIssue
Issue o or tIle Battle Unknown flat It ItIs ItIN ItIs
Is Supposed SUltllOl ed That the BarRMersi BarRMersiIVertr DurherHcre UurhersVere
IVertr cre Driven B riven Hack JlaclPreturlu Pretoria Quiet QuietBeliHe QuietDeJlIIJte Qu let letDespite
Despite the Operations of the Vol Volunteer Voluntcer totnntCcr ¬
unteer Colanin Outside the City CityPRETORLX Cft CftPRETORL CityPRETORIA >
PRETORIA June 25305 S CSrOS 30 p m mNews mNewswns mNewzwas News Newswas
was received rec ind bare today af an engage engagement ongageJaeDt engagemeat ¬
meat between betwe m the forces of General Ham Hamilton HamIlton Hamfttoa ¬
ilton and General Prindloe at Heidelberg HeidelbergAlthough HeidelbergAlthough HeidelbergAithough
Although no details are to be had it is isunderstood isunderstood isunderstood
understood that the Boers fought In con considerable considerable constdcrable ¬
siderable forco and were driven back by bythe bythe bythe
the British troops trx > ps It Is not known how howheavy howheavy howheavy
heavy the losses were or In what direction directionthe directionthe directioathe
the Boers are supposed to have retired retiredAH retiredkR retiredxfl
AH Interest is centring upon the opera operations o operationb ra rationK ¬
tions of General De Wet General Botha BothaIs Bothais Bothais
Is resting at the head laager at Bronksr BronksrSpruit Bronk BronkSprult BronkurSpruit
Spruit keeping in occasional oceaSonal touch with withthe withthe
the British mounted patrols among the theDonkeraook theDonkeraook theDonirersook J
Donkeraook Hills HillsComplete IIt1lsComplete littleComplete
Complete quiet prevails here despite the theoperations theoperations J
operations of tho Volunteer column outside outsidethe outsidethe outsidethe
the city cityRev cityRev cityRev
Rev Van BrockhuUea minister of the theprincipal theprincipal e eprlDdpaI
principal Dutch > Church here whit while ta the thepulpit t1Iez thepeiIt
pulpit z tJl t yesienUy called upon the eangre eangregatfoB eeBgIegaUoa esegregallon
gallon to tc send additteMl food supplies supplieste
te Ute he Boer prisoners te the city He also ateodeclared aleolar alsodclared
declared lar that the latest reports from all allthe aUthe allthe
the laagers were satisfactory satisfactoryThe atleCactDryThe satisfactoryThe
The Boer Judge Judpa Coriews Gregowwsld Gregowwsldand Gc GcaIU
and Kortee and the ex uJIIdaM Judges Ameritoff Ameritoffand JRlerlkoaaDd Amerikoffand
and De Kortex remain here hereGeaeral 1aere0eeenIl hereGeneral
General Roberts has written writ te the dee deehere ctoc1f doetore
tore oC tile SwIM Rp Cre who were wereJIere werehere
here before his hi entry thsfikteg them OK OKbehalf ORWWf onbebaH
behalf of ate army fer their t vnhrahlg vnhrahlgwsckT aIIhww velnablework
ww work workBOBE wsckT wsckTBOE2
wwBOER
BOER AUDBESS DDRESTO SSTO TO AJIHEICA AJIHEICAEnvoys ATTCAEnVOYS nmTCA nmTCA8nu3
Envoys Illiterate Their Grievances GrlcxanceaBufure CrlcanccaDefure GrievancesBefore
Before TheIr Departure DepartureKBvV DCII1rtureBW DepartureSNE
KBvV NE BW YORK June J ce 24 sThe The Beer on onvoys eawJIo onys
voys ys who will ill sa sail It for boa home tomorrow temerowgav te8IeITOwcaW tomorrowgave
gav caW ont an adores KM te the people of t the theUnited UteUattecl tbcUntied
United States this Ste forenoon r < 8IMJe8 It a says ys te tepart hipIlrt Inpart
part partThe
The history of the retaKeee between betweenGreat belweeRGreat betweenGreat
Great Drltato and the Boers B Is one on c cVIolated ofViolated f fviolated
violated faith and broken pledges cloaked cloakedunder eJoaked1III cloakednader
under the display of magnanimous and Ir Irreproachable irreprOChabie irreproachable ¬
reproachable principles Despairing ef efeither ftleither ofeither
either Justice or protection in the Cape CapeCoteoy CapeCoIeBY CapeColony
Colony one forefathers were ere ia 1S3S prac practically pruttcalty practicafly ¬
tically driven from from their homes late the thewilderness Utewtl4ler1Mft thewjlderness
wilderness by the unjust and unsympa unsympathetic UBiJmJlCltJHt1c uneympitthetis ¬
thetic treatment of the Itapertal Govern Govornthe GovernIDeA Governm GovernIa
IDeA IDeAuIa m
uIa Ia the then unknown and desolate desolatetracts de1oIatetracta desolatetracts
tracts north of the Orange River m these thesepteneers thesepioneers
pioneers were beset baet with dangers dan and pet privnUDos K1aa4 petvatss I
vnUDos and were constantly Uy harassed by bythe bythe bythe
the attacks of wiM beats ate and still 1 more morei moreup macesava
i savage sava up m men n white ttelr sufferings SUtredJtSllW6 were weretuitenaldod ver vertetenslfted
tetenslfted by a series of bloody massacres massacresat acres acresat I
at the hands of the Zulus and Matabelee MatabeleeNotwithstanding MatabeicsNotwithstanding atabeleotwlt
Notwithstanding otwlt an n af these hardships hardshipsand hardeblpsd hardshipsand
and d drawbacks they were re successful ul In iaI Inred Inredecming
I redeeming red mtag for civilisation what Is now the theI theof thecolony
I colony of Natal the Orange Free State Stateand Staleaacl Stateand
and the South African Republic but they theywere theywere theywee
were not long permitted to enjoy the thefruits thefruU thefruits
fruits fruU of their labors or tho rewards of oftheir 0t oftheir
their t sufferings for the British Govern Government Government Governmcxl ¬
ment which bad declared its solemn temn in intention 111teoUola intention ¬
tention of not interfering beyond a certain certainboundary certaiabomadr certainborudary
boundary was soon in hot pursuit pursuitOur pursuitOur permitOui
Our forefathers were driver rom Natal Natalwhich Natalhlcl1 Natalwhich
which hlcl1 they th had acquired by tie legal l gal right rightof rightof i
of oftrett7 treaty aDd purchase as well as by the thecacrifice t21e3CIi therscnice
cacrifice 3CIi af blood aDd after they had been beenMtttod beensettled I Ifor
Mtttod for sours time ra the Transvaal and aadI andthe
I the Fra Fraupon Pies State they were robbed of me meIadlepcD theIndependence
IadlepcD Independence eace 01 the Iormer formerand DAI a price NIt NIt1IpOII putupon
upon the hand of Andries Pretorius P who whoat who8t whoat
at that time was repMlng r in the South SouthAfrican SoIKkAfrIeaD SouthAfnicen
African Republic bsctusr he sought to tomnlntnts lotbe toataIa
mnlntnts ataIa the Hbert Itbertie s acquired by our peo peopi pea peaill peepie
pi pie in the latter state stateUnfortunately staleDtortuuteJy stataUnfortnnately
Unfortunately for f the peace of South SouthAfrica SoatllAlIica SoothAfrica
Africa and the cause of liberty geld was wasdiscovered wasdIscovered
discovered 4 la payable quantities m Johan Johannesburg JoiaalllIesIMaw Johanneeburg ¬
nesburg tn ISM and a great influx of pop population pop popu1adoa population ¬
ulation followed All the forces of land landgreed laadgreed landgreed
greed and gold hunger stimulated by th thdesire 1M 1MMe thederc
desire to avenge aYea what is known k owa as the thebattle thebchJe thebtUe
battle of Majuba HID were wer 1U loose looseIn JooeehIa looseIn
hIa In regard to th the alleged retftous r dice disabilities dtsabiUtJe8 dicebilittea ¬
bilities of Catholics and Jews it Is gratify gratifying grattfyiac gratifylug ¬
lug to recall n notwithstanding DOtwlt taadlag the false falsestatements faillets fatoestatmldlits
statements ts of the British press that most mostef IDOBtfit meetSc
ef the adherents of the Reman Catholic Catholicand Catholicad Catholicand
and Hebrew Hebr persuasion are aghtiag htiag shoul shoulder shoulder shoalden ¬
der to shoulder with the burghers for re republican rfpablican republican ¬
publican liberty Priests and rabbis have havestood 1Iavesteod havestood
stood up side e by side on public pu1 le platforms platformsdefending platformsdtofeodiag platformsdefending
defending the cause of the two South Afri African Afrlcan Atrlma
can states and an outside of England itself itselfthe Itselfthe Itselfthe
the powerful voice of the Roman Catholic CatholicChurch CatholicCb CatholicChurch
Church Cb reb has been lifted up in defence ol olJustice otjuttlee ofjustice
Justice aad right and In condemnation n of ofthe ofUK ofthe
the South African Aricanl1OUey policy cf Great Britain BritainBRITISH BritalnBRITIS BritaInBRITISE
BRITISH BRITIS CASUALTY BBPOST BBPOSTLateat llEPORTL1te REPORLLatest
Latest L1te t Statement of the Killed KilledfVonndcd Iilllec1Wounded KilledWounded
Wounded and Canjured CanjuredLONDON Cupnrcc1LO CapjnredLONDON
LONDON LO DON June 26 2GTe The War Office has tasIssued IasIssued hasissued
Issued a statement showing that the Brit British British British ¬
ish casualties cal ulllties in the various engagements engagementsIn
In South Africa frlca from June 2 to June Jun 23 23were 23were 23were
were Officers two killed three three wounded woundedand Woundedand woundedand
and three captured men four killed killedeleven klUedeleten killedeleven
eleven wounded and five captured Lieut LieutWilliam LleutllUun LioutWilliam
William llUun Iiiglls of o the Canadian Mounted MountedInfantry MountedInfantry ounted ountedInfantry
Infantry vras ca s severely wounded at Honing HoningSpruit HoningSprult HoningSpruit
Spruit on June 22 The deaths from disease diseasein diseasein diseasein
in the various hospitals were Officers Officersthree Omcersthree Ocersthree
three and private sixtyone E E D F FGreen FGreen FGreen
Green of the anadlan infantry is seri seriously er1 er1ously cnlously ¬
ously ill at WynburgFAREWELL WynburgPABBWELL Wynburg WynburgFASEWELI
FAREWELL TO BOER ENVOYS ENVOYSPlan ENVOYSIlnns
Plan for n 3Ia Mass a Meeting at Coopcr CoopcrUnion CoopcFUnion Coope1Union
Union Tonight TonightNEW Tonight1EW TonightNEW
NEW YQRK June 26 GThe The Boor Aid AidCommittee AIdCommiUee AidCommittee
Committee of o which George GeOrge M Van Hoe Hoesea Hoesell Hoesea
sea Is chairman met last evening at the theMorton theIorton theNorton
Morton House and completed arrangements arrangementsfor
for the farewell moss meeting for the Ber BserUnion Berdele Berdelegates
dele delegates tes which is t ha given at Conar Conartr CoporUnion
Union tr ion tonight The prinlcpal speakers in inaddition inaddlUon inaddition
addition to Messers Fischer Wessels and andWolmarans andWolmnrans andWolmarans
Wolmarans will be Mr Van Hoosen Rob Robert Robrt Itohert ¬
ert rt B Roosevelt Representative RepresenlaUe WilliamSulzer WilliamSuizer William WilliamSulzer
Sulzer and Charities Commissioner John JohnW Joh1W Johnv
W W v Keller KellerThe KellerThe KellerThe
The delegates will sail sallnext next Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning
morning on tho French ronch Liner LAquetalne LAquetalneA L Jquetafne JquetafneA
A committee will escort them from rom the theHotel theHotelYmhatlanto theHotel
Hotel HotelYmhatlanto Manhattan to the ship shipThe shipThe shipThe
The National Boer Relief Fund Associa Association Sso81alIon ssoeiatiors ¬
lIon announced yesterday It had bee de decided decided ut utcided ¬
cided to use the opportunity offered by the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return of the envoys to forward thrucgh thrucghthem thYucgJthem thughthem
them what money has been collected caJIeetedin caJIeetedinstead Collectedstead in instead ¬
stead of sending it through the mails to toHerr toHerr toHerr
Herr Hofmeyer at Cape Town TownD
D O WeekEnd VC kEnd Country Ex Excnrslona ExcUJ Excuirsions
cnrslona cnrslonaTickets cUJ cuirsionsTIckets > lons lonsTickets
Tickets solS e01 Saturdays ItnT brs < and Sunday Suncbrs for return returnontil retUr1untJI ratonanti
anti Monday following foUowin at t redcced rates from fromWashington fromWashInton fromWashington
Washington to CSurlcstown Frederick Freded Annapolis AnnapolisJunction nnJpoisJunctIon tnxiapoisJunction
Junction and intermediate points paintsIanVber pointsLUJDber pointsLumber
Lumber baa bn dropped at the th Friendly FriendlyCorner Frlcnc1IY Frlcnc1IYorner FriendlyCorner
Corner orner and sound best boards bo LSO at Cth 6thY and andT ledY
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DEMOCRATS UEldOCR tS OF OP1L1INOS OP1L1INOSThe ILLINOIS ILLINOISTl lLLINOJSTJ1C
Tl TJ1C The > e Stale Convention Called to o Or Order Order Order ¬
der fii Sprlngrileld SprlngrileldSPRINGFIELD Slrln SpringileldSPRINGFIELD eld eldSPRI
SPRINGFIELD SPRI GFIELD 111 June 2fc KThe The Illi Illinois IllInois 1111nols ¬
nois Democrat Convention opened shortly shortlyafter I1orUTafter shortlyafter
after noon today with enough matters tters of ofimportance orImportance ofimportance
importance before be r it to Insure one of o the themofit Utemost themoot
most interesting interesting political gsthattesK gd e ever eYerheld everheld er erheld
held in the State StateQuestions SUt SUtQuestfeu StateQuestions
Questions of platform asooRMisaat u Oll ccat of a aPresidential aPrS1deutkdC411tlldate aPrasidentitsi
Presidential PrS1deutkdC411tlldate candidate sad the choice of ofnominees ornominees ofnominees
nominees are up for eettlaaioat by the theconvention toOODentloD thecoaventlea
convention OODentloDThe coaventleaThe conventionThe
The main interest hte eat naturally centres centresaround cer1tresaround centresaround
around the selection of a nominee fer ferGovernor ferGovernor forGovernor
Governor There are seven Sev 1I prominent prominentcandidates promlneatCtldidates prominentcandidates
candidates for the honor Carter H 1L Har Harxisoa Harrison HarrIsen
rIsen Mayor of Chicago Adam Orteelfen OrteelfenTreasurer OrtJelfanTresaurer OrteeitenTreasurer
Treasurer of o Chicago Alfred Oreadorff of ofSpringfield oSSprIngfield ofSpringfield
Springfield Samuel Ateehuler AJ of Aurora AuroraEx AuroraBaVice Hrora HroraEx
BaVice Ex Vice President Stevensonof Blooming Bloomington Bloonin Blooninton Bloomington
ton Judge Nicholas T F Worthington WecC ugon of ofPeorio o oPeorir ofPoonia
Peorio Peorir and C C K K Ladd LaA t of Kewaaee Be Besides Bestdes Besides ¬
sides these there are a Dumber of dark darkhorsos darkhorsos darkhorses
horsos from rOOl various sections o or the State StateOrtselfen StateOrtacifen
Ortselfen Orts fen has the solid delegation from fromCook fromCook I
Cook county headed by Mayer Harrison Harrisoninstructed HarrisonInstructed Harrisoninstructed
instructed for him and the other oth r candi candidates cardldates cardidates ¬
dates have mlOtl6 various counties behind them themAlscheler themAisehuler
Alscheler is said to be slightly in the thelead thetoad
lead at present presentThere presentThere
There re is liliely to be a lively discussion discussionin dtscusl n
in the committee en rooohiUoaa re Joan P PAltgeM PAltgeld PAltgekl
AltgeM is here with a platform which lie liewill hesnili
will suterit to the theI committee GII re ramleSions
I leSions htJ8DI ti tiIt
It darts e oat t by reafinafag the Chicaga Chicagapiatferm Ghicgplatfrm
piatferm plaUer Further PttrtJter1eIac aweg along it practically re rewrHas re ruwrites
writes th the ariadpal planks of the ChIcago CMeagoplatform CIIII applaUonB ChIcagoplatform
platform and aaadacalty declares for free freeaad freeaIMl freesod
sod unlimited uRUmlt coinage ef i iIt silver tftr at 1 10 te L LIt LIt
It also briars te the Chicago platform pmttoriaplanks tIatIormpIaa platformplanks
planks OB government governmentIt kr lajKaettoa lajKaettoaIt Joa JoaIt
It is said aafadopted to be likely that tile platlwa platlwaadopted platormndoted
adopted trill reaflrm rearm the Chicago platform ptettermte
te geaeral The delegates dolegateawill t wilt it Is isported r rtaaacrtttea re
ported Ms Instructed for Br7aa 1b75 ar am amer1aUsxa
taaacrtttea er1aUsxa t will he o denounced > nauaced nest a rea reaATttOS reNtICIDQeC reselilea
tICIDQeC lilea of qypathy tJay wit tile tileOS thesers adopsul adopsulA3Os
ATttOS OS L L I ATTVRgf ATT1 BENOSECSiTATSD BENOSECSiTATSDSelected 1lRNOMINATBDSelect BENOMINATHDSelected
Selected Select d by Acclamation as a Candi Candidate CnRdlc1ute Candidnle ¬
I
date for Cunjrreaa CunjrreaaPORTLAND CoD CoDPORTLAf COHrSMSPORTLANO
PORTLAND Ma 4e June 25The > The Hon Honlast BoaA HonAmos
A Amos L AIIea M4e eC Alfred wu was eJected eJectedlact electedlast
last fall ta i ftt oat Thomas B Reeds ua uar enexpired
expired term was t today r rrnoinlaitfrt reD8ll IIr IIraeclamMloc b bacclamation ar araectamatloa
acclamation acclamationTho aectamatloaThe
The platform of the convention at which whichbe whichbe
be was wasform u chesiui < heartily ell endorses Ute pIat p1stform
form of ta tbc Philadelphia Convention CoIaY and aadjUadfies aMpled andpladgec
jUadfies pled N sBiVort to MeKinter sail 1 Raeeev RoMevoeit Rosievltbshoving < ett ettbetfeving
betfeving tat their election will give the theeountry theeountry
eountry a eeatinoaace of the present un unparalleled anparalleled ¬
paralleled 1IeIed prosperity with its good wages wagesaad wagesand
aad eoastaat employment of workiagEjen workiagEjenTOO weeklsgmenTOO
TOO OO WASH FOB POLITIcs rouncsMidsummer POLITIcs1ldsummer POLITIcSMidsummer
Midsummer Quiet ut Democratic Demo < rRUe and andIlepnbllcan andItepobllcan
Ilepnbllcan Headquarters HeadquartersThere UcndcJuartersThere IlendquarteraThere
There were few callers today at the thelooal tJteheadqaarters theheadquarters
headquarters of tile Democratic Cougrusa Cougrusabust 8 8IoDaI
bust Committee aDd test t twa twathat 8Icea ececa of ofthat
that committee eo imdttee wore In evidence deDeewceo1t11e Then Thenwere Thomwereqbe
wceo1t11e were ta Assistant Secretaries J I L Pearcy Pearcyaad Pearcysad
sad George X Jesse Reareeestaxfve ReareeestaxfveRfeBardsoB Jlepe RepresentativeRichardson etattve
Richardson tile ta ehatrmaa ehatrmaatatives and K Ktathes Reprusen Reprusentatives
tatives MeRae and James A A Norten the thevice Utevke therice
vice chairmen are absent a from Washing Washington Wsmhiagton me ¬
ton looking after Democratic interests la laTeBOssee InTennssee
TeBOssee ee Arkansas and Ohio Secretary SecretaryHerr SecretaryHerr
Herr rr who has been out of the city for forseveral forseveral I Iweeks
several weeks win it te bettered at head headqoartera JIeadarters beadquarters
quarters return this evening eail or tomareaw tomareawThe tomers tomersThe lJWlW
The members JDeID of the executive commit committee lllJllJttee committee ¬
tee Senator Cocfcrell ADd Representa Representatives BfpeaeataUyes Rdpxeeeuitatires
tires Ruppert John F PI Fitzgerald Tur Turner Tuau Tsrncr ¬
ncr Hail Daly and Denny are in 11 the theStates tbetbe7 theStates
States they represent representAssistant representAmiStant at atAMistaDt
Assistant Secretary Jesse Je se ass with him 111mtone hima ami amia
a force of assistants engaged en in the theprops thepropsration prepa preparation 3 3ratioD ¬
ration and ma ma mailing ilins tq of campaign literature literatureThe Ut literatureThe ratare ratarebe
The task of receiving re rteitors and answer anawerttlca SDa1fertioDa answerlag
lag questions tioDa IB the absence of Ir ttlca RIcs RIcsald itichardoos ttlcaardeaa
ardeaa and Mr Kerr falls to Jfr Penney PesreyDemocratic PareTneoeraUe PenneyBamcratic
Democratic neaoaaerters rs Is on the lb parlor parlorof pItIIoreC parlorlam
lam of the Metropolitan Hotel and andprises aadKiees andpulses
pulses six rooms en the north and u4es south southlie esuthsides
es el tile ma cen1dIDr east of the tJae1Ic pub pubBe
lie parlor parlorK parlorIt
1IcIt
It was said this afternoon that the theariuee eoI eoIJIIIUee mmmittee <
ariuee weald not ya at flarth Its greatest greatestenergy createlteaercr greatestgoer
energy goer until tiI after the National Convention Conventionat
at Kansas Kanss City There v vfeeadqaartera was nobody at atlteadqRrten atbarters
barters who felt disposed to topoIltkal dtecoss dtecosspolitical discassPolitical
political prospects further than te smite Be at atthe atthe atthe
the predietMBS accredited to Mr Henna Bannathat Halmathat Hennathat
that all Western and Nerthwectera Xerthwe States Stateswould teswetlcl Scamswould
would be safety fe17 nb Republican cn and to say saythat enythat 1 1that
that Democratic D m rntIC hopes are high and pros prospects prpeets prospeels ¬
peels bright brightAX tUte brightAt
AX the hesdajaarten of the Republican Republicanwest ItrpabllcallNtioaaI RepublicanNational
National cm esmkte u at die northwest west nor C0t C0tner nornor
ner of Fourteenth PcMtrttelltltMd and a streets in the theFederation theo8ees theodiceg
o8ees formerly occupIed tM Ameri3D Ameri3DFedenatJoa AmeriaanFederation
Federation of Labor a half Oozes cozen young youngmen TooDSmeD youngmen
men were w operating typewriters tjpc iltemin en In the pro prodocUce productics
docUce of manifold aUotd copies of prosperity prosperityinterviews prosperIIntervl prosperityintervIews
interviews interviewsThe Intervl IntervlThe intervIewsThe
The literature which te going forth f Ua trass trassthis fmmthis rom romth
th this committee eoII alttee te largely J rgely ef tht tId character characterStatistical characterStatistical ter terStatistksl
Statistical matter prepared by the th BMOOK BMOOKaf au roa roaof cut cutof
of Statistics is extensively used and In Interviews 1 1terviews Iaterviews ¬
terviews are obtained with officers in the theimports ttIeX theexecutive
X executive ut1ve departments < to t the e etr t that UlatImports thatimports
imports are increasing experts eq are ia increasing iaereesing Iacreasing ¬
creasing money is increasing population populationis
is increasing wages te increasing evey eveythin eYe y ytJiug ything
thing thin Is increasing etc Tbeee interviews interviewsmscifolded tlltemewsmInlloided interviewsnianifoided
mscifolded are sent to hundreds of Re Republican Rtpublicae Republicart ¬
publican newspapers and to many small smallnewspapers smallnewspcpers smallnewspapers
newspapers not Republican which publish publishthem MIbllsbthem publishthem
them as news It is considered red an effec effective e efectivo ee eetlve ¬
tive way of influencing 1I ueDeiog the popular mind mindSecretary mindSecretry mindSecretary
Secretary Dick was in hi h Mice this aft afteraeon afternlXm afternoon
eraeon but it was given out that he hecould Hcould becould
could see no political callers and had no notime DOtime notime
time to talk politics He was engaged it itwas Itwas itwas
was said in the consideration of a law lawcase lawcase lawcase
case ia which be is counsel counselAt COUDSeIAt counselAt
At the treadquarters of the Republican RepublicanCongressional ReptlblieaaCOIlgreltoBal RepublicanCongreseineal
Congressional Committee C mmlttee on the top neor neorof dose iIeero doseof
of o the Hotel Xonaaodic there was a aid aidsummer wummer aidsummer
summer quiet qtll The T e Times man was in informed JItormed Informed ¬
formed that it was tee early to claim eJeI vic victory vie vlctory vietory ¬
tory and too warm to write the figures figureswhich gttteswhich dgurewhich
which would prove pr ve the claim claimUEITS claimBELTS claimCELTS
BELTS FOR BRITISH PIGHTjSES PIGHTjSESLtirKO FIGHT FIGHTLnr PIGHTnESLarge
Large Lnr e Orders Received bynn Amen American Amcrlcnn Amencan ¬
can Manufacturer ManufacturerWORCESTER ManufacturerWORCESTER UunuucturerWORCESTER
WORCESTER Mass ass June 25 GTliomu GTliomuC Thomas ThomasC
C Orndorff a Government t contractor has hasreceived hasreceived banreceived
received an order from the British k War WrOmce WanOffice WarOffice
Office for the Oraderff rJr cartridge belt be t He Heis IIeIs lieis
is at work both here and through his Eng English English English ¬
lish branch in the manufacture of the thebelt Utebel thebelts
belt bel and a1dtt at least 3t9eeo 306000 worth of them themare themare em emare
are to be turned out The English branch branchof brancho branchof
of o the factory is running day cla and night t and andthe lidthe andthe
the belts are taken as fast as they ar arturned are areturned areturned
turned out outWhen outWhen outWhen
When the Canadian regiments left Can Canada Cana Canatm ¬
ada a atm 8 for South Africa 1 Mr Orndorff equip equipped equipped equipped ¬
ped two of them with w th his belts As Asas sown sownas seenas
as tho Canadian soldier got on the battle battlefield battlefield ¬ I
field there was a demand for the same samekind samekind seaskind
kind of o a belt The Army Arm Office mode aa aainvestigation 1aIntesUgUcn aninvestigation
investigation and placed a small order for formore formore formore
more belts This has been followed by a awholesale awholesale awholesale
wholesale order that is taxing the capacity capacityof
of the Worcester and London chops The TheOrndorff TheOrndorff TheOrndorff
Orndorff belt is to replace the old cart cartridge cartridge csr csrridge ¬
ridge box for Tommy Atkins just as it has hasfor hasfar hasfr
for United States soldiers soldiersSpecial soldiersSppelul soldiersSpecial
Special Excursion to Chesapeake CUesnpenJkeBeacli Cbc ChesapeakeBench pet e eDeueb
Bench Wednesday Jane IfJX d7 1OOO 1OOOKnigbts 1000An1gkts 1900Knights
Knights Golden Eagle Eag Amcr Castle So e 3 3Anarew 3 3J2Ckson 3tnyew
Anarew tnyew Jackson GwmdU S Ne e V O b U u A A a JL JLBent 1UCtlt si siBest
Bent and largest Inr etlt sized Shingles OOO tLL0Oper OOOp aOOper
p per r 1000 Lo made of cypress Ko 1 quality by F FUbbey FLib 3Libbey
Ubbey Lib 1 Co
GREAT FLOOD nr ll MOBILU MOBILUThe OlliLll OlliLllThe
The Business Section Innndatefland InnndateflandSeveral InnndatetlandScyeral InundatedandSeveral
Several Lives Lost LostPeople LnstPcopl LostPeople
People Unable to Travel Except i iWlKTli In InJJlJh inHigh
High AVauonn oJonDelu ugonsflelnge DeluRe e Came a IU the theCHmirx theCUm theClimax
Climax CUm to a Loner Period of Rain RainTlic RnlnThe RainThe
The River Still RI nblnzQltIzen nblnzQltIzenIn Ins Citizens CitizensIn
In Fear ot a General Disaster DisasterMOBILE DI DisasterMOBIIE aster asterrDDlLE
MOBILE Ala June 26 GThls This city is isliterally Isliterally isiiteraliy
literally under water today Streets Str in inthe Inthe iflthe
the business section seet1enaretotaJIT arc totally Impassable Impassableand 1mpascbleand Impessableand
and all busmees bu m e is suspended merchants merchantsclerks merchantsclerks s sclerks
clerks and workmen terkmen being unable to totravel totravel totravel
travel from their homes to the city eltyStreet dtyStreet cityStreet
Street car traffic tr has been abandoned The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only mode of o lecetaotten is ia betetwsf betetwsfaad IM1t boteheraland ra raaDd
aDd bakers wagons wagonsThe v18IlSThe wagenThe
The deluge came OB at 4 oeIeek cleat this titemorainB thismoJ thiamorning
morning as the climax to a Iscg ptrledoC J1ed permedbean t
heavy bean rain T Fer r hours the streets 5treetelea 5treeteleato lea loaC loaCto fe feto
to the river have presented the theaBee aj app > 9e 9eanee g ganee
anee of o swollen torrents The Thethde Western WortornUaloa WesternUnion
Union Telegraph offlca oca has several B feet el elwater ofwator C Cbouses
water ever the door and ground 1looa 9l 9lhotIees ofbeulneus
beulneus houses in the lowland district ace aceed MeEva aresabmerged
sabmerged ed Eva newspapers DOW 8 8fS are at a astandstill nSC8IIcI astandstill
standstill f freach Ute employee being unebla t tUte to tosmak
reach the UteTIle Bocae emeThe
TIle rtY ntv III high ad o IIJ Ar Another ArotIIer Arother ¬
other few Seat rise w will l eause a repeU repeUtiM repefu repetkusa
tiM of the th disastrous leads of 1893 1893it astf astfit ass assit
it te even sow feared that many y trwfc trwfcgardeners trudprdeaen traCltgardeners
gardeners antI nukwrmen te teotetud m p platai plataithe paeesacross et etxree
across the river have lose th their r l J eaReports livesReprints es esKeportB
Reports ec f fatalities began te ens mms mmsLa Ia IaodGek h ut utJ
La J oclock The police Ice have it Ittlult IttlulttaaWes that thatfamilies fiM fiMfamilteB
families perished OB aese ene st street KtMCIII8a7 acC AMtna AMtnathe Aihag Aihagmany
many tJlouug1dllr Is the bellow beCweea beCweeadie resa resathe
the buetaMss Metinn seed MIll 3 the higher highermC ant antfit
mC the suhsuhs the water floated fioa frame framehius rner fi fihomes
hius homes c from their foundatkias and andth eudIiIl eudIiIlUte mededthe
th Ute hausehnld Jail n effects of hundreds c cpoea C ae aegroes negram
gram beyond their reach reachA reacIaA reachA
A reporter made a teur t of this 1MaIII thisis iteulu
In a butchers wagon and saw pause te IIItroJ ssv ssvtrol pa pamci
trol WqQaS endeavoring tit titfnIm 1 rescue rescuetram
tram upper Msd OC OClie bosses Msuy Ut Utbe
lie drowned Ie tile raID duos act eo eoIM mesaTM
Tha TM weather Munson auraau reparte repersc tea teaaf lenhea lenheaof
af rate rateatM from S to 1cIod S docz when It itmill 1NS 1NSfaI1bJc
atM falling ia i saeeta abeeta It te mac e Kk liRe JaeraIR aa aai lie lierain
rain of tile tropic i taaa any ever ewerJnIooIra 1 1kaotra bsen bsenknown
known here llereNew hereNew
New Orteau Oulosus x xother Mpmeecy taaamr Mertdlaa aa aaether nad nadother
other places retOrt aa ran ntbIthe thawIng li lithe thac thacthe
the ue exeBsive a tTe tall is limited te tdII part JIItrttk St Sttbe
the gulf coaec coaecPOUND coeKFOUND 015sfPOUND
POUND GUILTY OP OFFrank MURD MURDFrank a aFrnnk
Frank Wcnncrholm cnnerholm to Die In the theElectric th thElcctrlc the theEleetrie
Electric Chair CIiatrJAMESTOWK ChtlrlAliSiO ChairJAMESF0W2
JAMESTOWK lAliSiO N XY Y June a S > PradC PradCWeanerbolsa 9Fr 9FrWeanerholm aaIk aaIkWeIUIeJJIoha
Weanerholm was found guilty of CJCba may mayawraf mrdec mrdecIn
ba lbs Ant degree this awraf IIIO1afC < g and see satrtt seeteaced asstenced
teaced by Judge White to be eleetnICIIIel eleetnICIIIelJa
Ja A Auburn pn primadurIng dIIrDg the weIk C JiQ JiQIL iu iuThe
IL tt The trial lasted aaly I t week sad aMWM thaw thawwas thomwac
was practically aa defuses defusesThe defaaceThe ee eeThe
The crime was meat re rJda reveftlag rttlag Oa ta taevening tM tMenlar taoevening
evening enlar of September S3 I Emily Emilywas Inlpnm Inlpnmwas i iwas
was found dying dJ Dg on the bands 11114 till tillRIYer ofRiver f Chadahaa ChadahaaRiver
River ia the village of Falea Faleafollowed Palmer DeMIL DeMILfollowed k kfollowed
followed before she could give aay aaymatloo i iutatkm tutor tutormallen
utatkm as to bow she had iecel resolved ed tha cartble cheztbte ter terrtbte
rtbte wounds 01IDds in her neck ifiuaH ifiuaHhands J J1ulD4s sadhands
hands Her throat da t was cut cat tK tKvein t NaJar NaJarnln Jugolarvein >
vein being completely severed TIle Thahad TIlebad Thebad
bad been dragged to the stream ar ared aDII aDIIeel puab puabed
ed in bat the poor girl had hadencash Jtadeaoasta str strenough
enough to cra crngl > l out and can far help Thai Thaifrightened ftIIIIfrl ThInfrightened
frightened frl tened the murderer and be ran raaAbout a aAbout aAbout
About 4 oclock ck the next JDOnI morning 1 1nsrhalai W WDertI Won Wonnerbohu
nsrhalai was arrested m III his room rooaa rooaawi rhnigii thpudwith rhnigiiwith
wi with the murder Hng Hanging < c on the tilewere bedaoat bedaoatwere bieetwere
were his clothes spattered with wl mad Iblood d dblood aad aadHia
blood < Hia Iii raaar sn was missing fram rr1IIIaYfDcn fr hh hhnet bIn bInabaving >
1IIIaYfDcn abaving net Th TIle blade broken oat oattoa wan waafoaad wanfound
found an the aped where the woman YomaDk1IIed womankilled waa waakilled
killed and f fwas hIenti sa aiL w wwas Wa Wawan
was the suite atttoefci eIf of abs girt Thom sad sadcc oth other CIIdaer ¬
er etreaiBstaaecs d termed a eampane chain eaatatot cMIaof chainof
of evidence agatiu the ueJ ariianii ariianiiJOH2T pcse pcseJOHN
JOHN J ili WAHj WAHjX W WA3IAWAIKRWS AIf A V A lrPqS I IIINESE IIINESElkysleianxs S Slk
lk lkysleianxs X kyslolan slcIRa Admit A lmU That Hi Sits Aliment AlimentIs IhncniIs
Is F Organic OrganicPHILADELPHIA OrganicPHILADELPHL OrwnnicPHILADELPIUA
PHILADELPHIA June 2 5TIIe 5TIIetIoII tThetic The Thefll
tIoII tic of JoH J WbamaIter who wtaom hen esn esnill
ill toe aeveral days c1QsU c1QsUIa wan act atarmtar atarmtarla Maraa Maraaofternou
ofternou ofternouin
la tact no serious r rcians reJlt romfta romftaeat
eat illness are ntlelpate4 tI tIeians bl
class Utoogh they admit t that tatterlne vsM b In Intoning eaf eaffertog
toning from an aIIOIPDIc organic ailment buattala ailmentbin ami thajt thajthis
his heart action is weak weakAX weakA1 weakAN
AX AGED CEICAGOAir BB DBAJ DBAJSnlc1 BHDSaid D DItetreat
Said te have See Jfa attJeea Ie Iesi sen UI UIJtetrent iialtetnent
Itetreat Ir From si Mo 3toc 3tocCHiCAGO Mosew MosewOHICAGO c tv tvCHICAOO
CHiCAGO Jua June Sa ILAMrew Aadrew Dekaa caat caatEaiapeaawars uWtIi sM sMol
tIi M I an of age a macna of dine dineEarapeaJL chaseEarpeanwrs
Eaiapeaawars EarapeaJL wars ef aa early ealj pat I ctIIMaeeat1lrT p lleaat die thacentury diecentury
century Is dead at t the home efT efTer ecIIII ecIIIIer ef dou douen
er He leaves about If afly fty ty daeetadaaut daecet am amthis ha hathis
this country and nearly as asRwope many mare momEurope I IBurope
Europe two of the latter lotus being gewal gewalgreatgrandchIldren i ear eargreatgraadchJIdren
greatgraadchJIdren greatgraadchJIdrenBarn great 1eIL 1eILBent
Barn la Poland he ia said te haws hawsfor IMIaCOr bawafat
for his country ceuntr against tast the Roastei Roasteiis Jta8IaIa 1 1Is b bIs
is also said that he saw the great greatlean eatIecJa 1o 1oIcon
lean daring the celebrated retreat at atFrench ofFrench die dieFWICh
French Emperors army from 1r0DlCrule Mseeow MseeowCruise MsecowCruise
Cruise oC the th Josephine JosephinePHILADBLPliiA JosephInePHILADIILPHIAlase JosephinePHILADRLPRIA
PHILADBLPliiA PHILADIILPHIAlase June 2 IP P A Aof Do DoWldftler B BWideners
Wideners steam yacht JcIeesIDe Joseln 1 loft 1M 1MCramp theCramp
Cramp shipyard yesterday day r fur a cnI cnIeC aek aekcc
of 2AM9 9 mUes She will go arat to CaaeHehlopea CalleHe Cape CapeHehICpmI
Hehlopea He and theses t to Senthaacataa Senthaacataastoppme Sl Sontha0oastepping L It ItatoppfJIg
stepping on onaeveral tile way at Ute A3w Anstes to to0I taIIa taIIaoa
oa coal At Soa Southampton Me r Widener IIIIIl IIIIIl1leYen1 andsavers
aeveral savers friend fnien will heard the yneat pa sal aadwill Iwill salwill
will go to Havre They will vtaK the theParis tileParia dieParis
Paris ExpotJUoa aad then da a aaai to inway Nae Naeway CM CMway
way and Sweden and otter uleeea te teNorthern 1ftpatnll haNorthern
Northern Europe EaropePntnlly EuropeFatally
Fatally patnll Manclcd nnlled by n Horses HorsesGREENVILLE HorKcGREENILLE 1iorseGREENVILLE
GREENVILLE Pa June J 2i IJeIuL Jako Rae Harris Hwrise Raenis ¬
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