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Seymour S rnour Reaches Tientsin With Witliont Vithont
ont the Foreign Ministers MinistersOFFICIALS MinistersOFFICIALS
Generally Believed That the Diplo Diplomats Diplomats ¬
mats Have Been Slain SlainTIIE SlainllE
He Reports That the Ilrltlxli Admiral Admiralanil Ac1mlrnlnnl Adiulrnlunit
unit the Relief Expedition After AfterChi Her HerIInII1
IInII1 Ynlnl VnIn13 Tried to Uench the tbeChillelc theCIIUCMC
Chillelc Chi ii cue Capital Succeeded In Ite HetreatluR ItetreuthaJ
treatluR treniIi to the Starting Snrt1n lolntIlrlnJ Point 1oiiitIlrlnKinp
IlrlnKinp IlrlnJ ln Three Ilumlricl Sick i iWonnd nud nudVounl
WounicdNotlain Wonnd d dXothln Nothlnsr Known noun of the theVhcronI theher theWhicrnJouts
WhicrnJouts VhcronI her RboutH > on < M of the KcprCKcnta KcprCKcntatlves IteprC21cntnthell 1tepreicntwtlves
tlves of the 1owern loe PowersDepartment Department DepartmentSecretaries DelanrhnentSecretnrle
Secretaries Angry Anl at the Deception DeceptionPracticed Deceptionlr
t Practiced lr tlced l b by y the Chinese ViceroyThe YleerorxThe Viceroy VlceroysThe
The Navy Department today received receivedthe receivedthc receIvedthe
the following despatch from Admiral AdmiralKcmpff AdmiralKcmp
Kcmpff Kcmp
Chefco June 29 23Secretary 29Socretary
Secretary Navy Washington WashingtonPekin WashingtonPekln
Pekin relief expedition arrived at atTientsin
6 Tientsin this morning with 390 sick sickand sickand sickand
and wounded Neither Minister Con Conger Conger Congor ¬
ger nor other forergn ministers nor norPekin norPekln norPekin
Pekin party are with them No news newsfrom newsfrom newsfrom
This despatch d spltch Is regarded by the Gov Government Government Gotrnxncnt ¬
ernment officials as the most serious re received recehcd ¬
ceived In many days It had been believed believedand bellevodand
and hoped that that Mr 11 Conger had escaped escapedto
to the lhe relief column colux m and a am d was safe with withCaptain with withCaptaIn withOaptain
Captain McCalla and Admiral Seymour SeymourThe SeIDourThe
The newt new from Admiral Kempff Kemp is i the first firstpositive firstpositive
positive Information anent the relief rell r cot column cotumn I Iumn ¬
umn received in nearly two weeks weeksIt weeksIt weeksIt
It Is now believed by the State War War and andNavy andNavy andNavy
Navy Department officials that Mr Conger Congerhas Congerhas Congerhas
has been murdered with the other foreign foreignministers foreignministers foreignministers
ministers in Pekin PekinAt PeklnAt PekinAt
At the State Department the despatch despatchhas doepntehhas doepatebhas
has had the effect of destroying all con confidence confidence confidonce ¬
fidence in the statements and assurances assurancesof asaurancetof
of the Chinese officials The Government Governmenthad Governmenthad Governmenthad
had time and again been assured that thattho thatthe thatthe
the mfaistors were sefe with the relief reliefcolumn reliefcolumn roilelcolumn
column and this statement was sent even evenover oonoer t tover
over the signature ot Li Hung Chang ChangSecretary ChacgSecetary ChncgLL
LL Secretary Hay is wK inclined to pay pa far farther fur further furthor ¬
ther attention to jo official Chinese advices advicesThe advicesThe advicesThe
The despatch d Mlteh is regarded as meaning meaningonly meanlGgonly i ionly
only that Mtnl Minister ter Conger er has long ago agobeen 3g0lHten ag t tbeen
been murdered in Pekia or has been beenslaughtered beenl1gilterod t tslaughtered
slaughtered l1gilterod while en reute from that city cityto cityto r rto
to tile relief column The situation is isregarded isrogarclod h 3 3roarded
regarded as at a crl critic and prompt aitd aitdtelling aiidtelling au autelling
telling action will now be taken takenXllNcuwMvd tnkenDutNIe1 takenDiseuoed
XllNcuwMvd l b y the Cabinet CnblneiImmediately CublnetImmediately CabinetItHe4Iate13
Immediately after the receipt of the de despatch cespIltel1 despetch ¬
spatch it wa was e hurried over to the Wtle WtleHouse Wi le leHouso I IHouse
House and was the one tcpie of discussion discussionat t
1 at the Cbinet mooting It was decided decidedthat decJd < d dthat 1 1that
that the period of parley p rley has conic com to an anend amlnd ni a aend
end and a cable ws w s tent to Adariral AdariralRomoy AdmiraRome Ibrlral IbrlralRome
Romoy Rome directing him to organize O llntze a strong strongforce slIongforce slion slionforce
force force at once after landing and procxd procxdwith proc d dwith I Iwith
with it It to Pekin tofoarn to loorn the fate of tha thaAmerican th thAmerican S SAmerlean
American diplomatic representative representativeMr
Mr Wu the Chinese Ambassador did didnot ddnot i I Inot
not not appear at the State Department today todayand todayand todayand
and no word of the despatch was forwarded forwardedto forwAr od odto I Ito
to him It is believed that he is near the theclose tileclosc thi S Sdote
closc dote close of his official capacity in Washington Washingtonand Wuhlngtoaand I Iand
and it was openly stated today that th3 no noone 1 1one r rone
one would be surprised surprl d did he receive U UJ rfe rfepassports I 3 3J
J passports before another week had passed passedThe paSEdThe passedThe
The diplomatic relations between Chna Chnaand Chn Chnand ChTnand
and the United States are already sj S far farstrained ferdrained r rstrained
strained as almost to have ceased to exist existas existas existas
as Secretary Hay will 111 agree to nothing nothingsave nothingS nothin I Isave
save S e the landing of American tioaps acd a aforcible aforcible t tlorcible
forcible entry into Pekin PekinThe PeklnThe PekinThe
The Oregon is due at t Taku today having havingcalled havIngoolled I Isailed
called from Hongkong on June 23 With Withstrong Withn I Ia L
n strong force of marines on board to together together together ¬
gether with naval navallmdlng landing guns it is cx expected cx11ected cxlected ¬
pected that Admiral KeLipff will be enabled enabledto enabledto I
to 0 begin Immediate operations operationsTh oplationsThi upeintionsThi
Thi Th < s despatch from Kempff Kemp has caused causedmuch causet used usedmuch I Icouch
much uneasiness una lCSS among the representa representatives ¬
tives of foreign Governments in this city cityBoth cityDothLord cityBoth
Both DothLord Lord Pauncefote and M I Cambon call callod callod i
od at the State Department hut were un unable unnble unable ¬
able to see Secretary Hay HayAVhy HayIa Hayhy
AVhy Ia hy the Vort Is Feared FearedA FearedA
A A high official of the State Department Departmentwho Departmentwho t twho
who has been controlling the diplomatic diplomaticend diplomaticend C Cend
end of the Chinese situation stated this thismorning thismornlng thi S Smorning
morning that in all probability Mr Con Ccagor CcnJ Congor
J gor had been murdered murderedIt
It is distinctly assured by the Chinese Chineseofficiate ChincOofficialS Chino O Oofficlair
officiate that they have a direct line of ofcommunication ofcommunication c r rcommunication
communication with Pekin said he oomll oomllyet and andyet on ti tiyet
yet yet thw they have carefully refrained from fromeaylng froJsaying fro it itsaying
saying any word as to the whereabouts of ofMr ofIr tf tfMr
Mr Conger even when directly requested requestedto fi fito
to do so soThe 50The soThe
The Viceroys have lied to us repeated repeatedly rep repeatedly tM ¬ I Ily
ly and nd the TeungliYamen has played us usfalse U3alse a 3 3false J
false This Is Chinese diplomacy and andI andI an I It I
t I am assured and can assure assur you that thatpeaceful thin t tpeaceful i ipeaceful
peaceful methods have come to an end as sTo a x xk5
55 To the Seashore and RetnrllIn Hitarn Hitarnfla b bvia
via In Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadTickets ItallrondTiokets RailroadTickes
Tickets on mI sl for ell trains Fridays Frida Pridas and Sat SatI1rdal Sa t tordays ¬
urday ordays to Atlantic City Cape May Ocean City fjt fjtmd
md nd Sta a Isle City Cit X N J goad to return retumunui until oat
follewtnc leu1ng Tue TUeHaY J r Tickets good via Delaware De Delnw wue re
Bridge lloutc to Atlantic City tityl2z
125 1 to Baltimore and netnrn
via viaII TlaI vi a aIT
II < < fc O Saturday SntnrcJn and Sunday Snndayune SnnlnyIline SundayJune
June une 30 and July 1 good for return tum until follow F
Inf Monday I ft Tickets good on all trains except exceptLlnaterin exce t
ttoral Limited LimitedPlastering LimitedInsterrn
Llnaterin Plastering Laths Lntll 3OO OO finest l Lath Lnthllat atha athaat S Sat
at lowered prices at frlenT trlen1 l Corner Cth end ii d
yT Y are
far f ar as JStho the United United States is concerned concernedThere co eonaernedhere erned ernedThte
There T here Is s no question but that Minister MinisterConger UnisterCongerhu
Conger Congerhu C onger has boqn bo bc n murdered muz murere4 ered and these theseweeks thcseweeks theseeeks
weeks w eeks of parley p rley have dragged t ra cd in efforts effortsto etrortsto effortso
to t o conceal the crime There may be no noImmediate noImmedl
Immedl Immediate i t ilc declaration dc iaiatlon laratton of war 11 but our ourtroops ourtroop ourroopa
troops t roopa land with direct cUr t Instructions to toforco toforce toorce
force f orce > a way wayMo Mo o Pekin and cut down all allwho allwho
who w ho oppose1 oppoe the advance This is really really reallya reallydeclaration I Il
a declaration of war war and lnct anda a state Itate of wet wetreally wureally wc wceally
really r exists oxI ls We We may kill 1000 men en enroute enroute enoute
route r to t Pekin and yet there Is no press pressIng pressIng pressag
Ing t ag need foran official omcH declaration of ofhostilities orhostIllUts ofotilities
hostilities hostilitiesThe hostIllUtsThe h otilitiesThe
The War and Navy Department officials officialsheld omclalsheld offlcialseld
held h eld a conference on the despatch this thifmorning thismorning thisorning
morning m orning and It is announced that two regi regiments reglI1ents reginents ¬
I1ents ments will follow the Ninth Infantry to toTaku toTaku toaku
Taku T aku before Monday Surgeon General GeneralSternberg GeneralSternberg Generalternherg
Sternberg S has been istructed to forward forwardat forwardS
at a t once such medical supplies as may be beadapted beadapted
adapted a for the needs of troops in China ChinaTho ChlnlThe ChinaThe
The Brooklyn sails from Hongkong to toNagasaki toNIlglSlkl toagasaki
Nagasaki N agasaki en en route to Chefoo tomorrow tomorrowwith tomorrowwith tomorrowith
with w ith Admiral Homey on board boardThe boardThe
The NavyDepartmp Xavy partmtnt nt today ordered the thebig thebig
big b ig coal transport Atika from Singapore Singaporeto Singnp re reto
to t o Taku The Ataka will supply Admiral AdmiralRemeys AdmiralRemeys
Remeys H omeys fleet with fuel fuelATTTXED fuelALLEGED
Idaho I Volunteer Believed to Have HaveContracted IIncContrnctctI SlaveContracted
Contracted the IlMeac IlMeacBOISE DIHelUleBOISE
BOISE Idaho June 29 29Four Four cases of ofsupposed
supposed s leprosy have developed among the theIdaho theIdaho
Idaho I volunteers who have returned from fromthe fromthe
the Philippines PhilippinesThe PhilippinesThe
The State health authorities arc invest investgating inestlgating
gating g Until they have passed pa sed on the thecases theanes
Cn cases C officially they refuse to give out the thenames
names n It Is known however that one of ofthese ofthese ofhese
these t cases is regarded as genuine lepro leprosy lepr leprsy ¬
sy s y beyond a doubt The young man is at atpresent atpresent
present p resent isolated back in the mountains on onthe
the Wood River RiverDivorced RiverPEABED
Divorced Because eenulle JI Her husband HuxtmndKilled JlUJlIJnndlii husbandKilled
Killed lii letl Twentyneven Men 1lenPERRY MenPERRY
PERRY Okla June 22 9Mrs Mrs Caroline CarolineA
A A Cantwell a n former Chicago woman oman has hasbeen hasbeen haseen
been b een granted a divorce from her husband husbandJudge husoondJudge husbandudgo
Judge J udgo David Ctntwoll Iz I the District Court Courthere Courthere
here h ere One of the grounds on which whlchMrs whlchMrsC4Dtweli Mrs MrsCantwell
Cantwell was lS given a decree was that her herhusband herhusband
husband h hf usband had killed twentyseven men men and andfor mdfor
for f or this reason she was fearful of her own ownlife ownUfe ownife
life l ife
The couple were wedded more than a ayear ayear
year and It i is reported that the buiband buibandmade hut band bc1ndmade bandmade
made two attempts to shoot men because becauseof becauseoC
of their attentions to Mrs Cantwell Mrs MrsCantwell Mrs MrsCantwell MrsCantwell
Cantwell is swealthy wealthy and formerly was Mrs MrsHamil YrslIamil
lIamil wife of Kid Hamil a wellknown wellknownmine wellknownmine weliknownmine
mine owner formerly of Chicago ChicagoFOB ChicagoFOR ChicagoFOR
Committee Deports Contribution ContributionAKKr Contrlbntlor Contributionstgjrrnntingr
AKKr tgjrrnntingr tgjrrnntingrNE r Ka ntln Iiip lS 1SU r l I INEW IxEW
NEW NE YORK June 29 29The The committee committeewhich committeewhich committeewhich
which was appointed some time ago for th thpurpose tht thtIMUpoe thof
purpose ° ° of raising a fund fer the benefit benefitof benefitof benefitof
of Mrs Irs Guy V Henry the widow of Gen General Georal Gsaoral ¬
oral Hears H met yesterday afternoon at atthe atthe atthe
the rooms of f the thern Merchants Association Associationwhen AseoclatlBwhea Associationwhen
when the treasurer tr surer made a report showing showingthat showtngthat sbowln sbowlnthat
that 1SS6244 had been collected against againstwhich againstwhieh againstwhich
which there were disbursements of JlWoe JlWoeResolutions ttNit ttNitResolut1oDs 4G4OResolutions
Resolutions were adopted instructing the thetreasurer thetreasurer thictreasurer
treasurer to 0 write to Mrs ra Henry inform informing InformIng Informlug ¬
ing her of the condition of the fund and andasking aDdaklng xmlasking
asking what she s e desired to have done with withthe withtile
the money moneyACHES IDOnoyACRES moneyCBES
All ItecordK ItecordKnrCIty Urokell ot the Sloe Sloeit Sioux SiouxCiy
nrCIty Ciy it StocU StocUSIOUX Sto Stockards StockardsSioux z dH dHSIOUX
SIOUX CITY Iowa 10 June 2 tAt At the rate rateof rateof rateof
of one bone a second 57W wild 11d horses horsesfrom horsesfrOM horsesfrees
from Oregon Its ItaBo bo Nevada and Montana Montanawere Montanawere oot1Dn oot1Dnwere
were sold at the Sioux S City cii stockyards stockyardsyesterday stockyards3eaterdaT stockyardsyesterday
yesterday the largest and fastest trans transaction tran tranatlon traitsaction ¬
action of the kind ever rocorded Illinois IllinoisMissouri IlIfnolsMlNourl IllinoisMissouri
Missouri Michigan Wisconsin Ohio and andTexas andTexas andTexas
Texas buyers were present as well as those thosefrom thosafrom thostfrom
from Iowa South Dakota and Nebraska NebraskaTbe XebraskaThe NebraskaThe
The horses huddled together covered coveredmany coveredDan coveredmany
many Dan acres They were sold > old In bunches of oftwentyfive oftwentfive ol oltwentyfive
twentyfive and more bringing from 15 to te3n
35 per head heZLdXone None of the animals has hasever hasever I Iever
ever known saddle or harness This sale saleis 6aleis i iis
is the second of Its kind kln within sixty days daysbut daysbut daysbut
but it eclipsed the other in the number numbersold numberSold numbessold
sold and the theprices prices obtained The six car carloads carloads carloads ¬
loads of Oregon horses sold were the first
from the Pacific Coast that have been
brought qs qifar far east as the Missouri River
In large Iargelots lots As a horse market mirket Sioux
City has during the yearitaken a place In Inthe it I
the front rank rankHUSBAND rankRUSBAil rankHUSBAND
Divorce Snit Follow 10110 the Secret Mar 3Inrrlasrc 1lnrrln Mariine
rlasrc rln e of 1romliient People PeopleCOLORADO PeopleCOLORADOSPRIXGS PeupleCOLORADO
The divorce case of Albert E Carlton Carltonagainst Carltonagainst 1 1against
against Eva J Carlton was called yester yesterday yesteIday yesterday ¬
day In the Cripple Creek District Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The charge Is desertion desertionThe desertionThe
The defendant was formerly Mrs rs Eva J JStanton JStanten 1 1Stanton
Stanton of Warren Ill The marriage marriagewas marrllgeWas i iwas
was secret and took place on December 4 41S90 4Ispo I
1S90 at Las Vegas Veg S N Mex The bride bridehas bridehas bridthas
has since lived with her parents at War Warren Warren lr lrren ¬ I
ren renCarlton
Carlton became a Cripple Creek pioneer pioneerand pioneerand r rand
and amassed wealth in the mines Mrs rs rsArlton
Carlton announced the marriage on Au Angust August August
t gust last and it created a sensation both
here and In Illinois because of the high highstanding highstanding 1 1standing
standing of both parties and the state staterment statement statemont
ment that the marriage was to be kept se sccret seeret secret
cret until Carlton became wealthy Suit Sui Suifor
for divorce Immediately followed the an announcement announcement announcement ¬ I
nouncement In her answer Mrs Carlton
denies desertion desertionTHE desertionTHE desertionTEE
The New e Unttlenhlp at the Brookly BrooklyXnvy DrooklnnT a a3nvy
Xnvy nT Yard YardNEW lnrdNEW YardNEW
NEW YORK June 23 ZJThe The battleship battleshipKentucky blltCeshipKentucky battezhl p pKentucky
Kentucky arrived at the navy yard In InBrooklyn InBrooklyn ii a aBrooklyn
Brooklyn yesterday As she passed p ed the dock docka doc k ka
a salute of thirteen guns was S fired in honor honorof honorof hono r rof
of Rear Admiral Philip and a return salute saluteof saluteI saInt a aof
of seven guns was fired In Inhonor honor of Captain CeptalnChester CaptainChfSter a aChester
I Chester Later In the day she was floats floateiinto 1l0ateInto 1 1Into
into dry dock No No3 3 where she will have haveher haveher hay hayher
her hull scraped and painted She will willprobably wUlprobably wil wilprobably
probably leave the yard on Monday fjr fjrNewport i I INewport
Newport NewportA NewportCT I
A Xevr CT Went ct Virginia Railroad RallrondCHARLESTON RailroadCHARLESTON
CHARLESTON W Va June 29 29The 29TheSecretary The e eSecretary
Secretary of State has issued a charter to totho tothe t 0 0the
the Simpson Pruntytown and Fairmont FairmontRailroad FalrmontR t tRailroad
Railroad R llroad Company The concern proposes proposesto S Sto
to build a road commencing at Simpson SimpsonTaylor SimpsonTaylor I ITaylor
Taylor county and to run thence by the themeat themC tb e emast
meat mC t practicable route to Fairmont Ma Marion Marlon Manon
rion non county The principal omce will bo boat boat hi 0 0at
at Grafton The snares shares are 100 each and andthe andthe an ci cithe
the capital 1COOtJOO 1C00COO Tho Incorporators Incorporatorsare incorpora a aare
are John T McGraw Charles R R Durbia N NS NS h r rS
S Warder nrder Jr John B McCoy and John JohnL lohnL Job a
L L l Heekmer all of Grafton Grafton151aa
9125 1 To Ilaltlcuurc and Re nc 125 125turn 12 12turn 1liturn
turn via IR Pcnnnnylvaiiia Railroad RailroadTickets JlaJlroadT1ckds RailroadTickets
Tickets on sale Saturday and Sunday Sunc T June 30 30and 30and 5 0 0and
and July 1 good to return tum until Monday July 2 2 I
AH trains exctpt aCt lt the Congressional O DgrnsloaaI Limited LimitedSound LimitedSound UnitedSonfld
Sound fjood ood Xo S Flooring only onlyl I 2per 2 liper
l per CA 100 sq qft JL Nor Car pine Frank libbey Ubbt 5
Persistent P Fcars That tile lie Foreign ForeignMinisters FOleirnM
Ministers M inistels Were Y cre Killed KilledArrival Killedrrhnl
Arrival A rrhnl of the Pekin Relief Party Partynt Partynt
nt Tlcntxin Without ltllout the Uiplontatit UiplontatitRelieved D Diplonantslleiievcd ltloDIot ltloDIotlIeIleTed
Relieved to Indlcatc Indic te That They TheyHave The Thel1nc TheySlave
Have Been Annihilated nrilhllntedLI LI Hans HansChans1 lIun lIunClann
Chans1 Clann Gives A Assurances nrancea Tiiat They TheyAre TheyAre
Are Safe SnfeSeymonr Seymour Urge llrltlnh llrltlnhIleeiiforcemciit nrltlllhlteenforeemeJatH
Ileeiiforcemciit Unleas Russia Is Jato Isto
to lie Allowed to Dominate DomlnnteStelUlJ DomlnnteStelUlJerH Steam Steamer ¬
era er Placed lln ed Under Protection I teetlon of ofAmerica ofAJilericn ofAmerica
America England and Germany GermanyLONDON
LONDON June 29 29The The War Office has 1aareceived
received r the following depatch from from Coo Colonel i inel
nel n d Dorward at Chefoo ChefooChefoo I IChefoo
I Imour
Chefoo June 28 1135 a n m mSy Say Saymour
mour relieved All II British troops now nowat
The TheGeranan German Consul at Chefoo also tel telegraphs ¬
graphs e that Vice Admiral Seymour is at atTientsin t tTientsin
Tientsin TientsinTho TientsinThe T ientsin
The deepest alarm over the fate of the theministers
ministers m inisters to Pekin yfrom bom Admiral Ad Ir11 Sey Seymour Seymour Seyour ¬ 1
mour n nt our failed to rescue rescue reaeue1s Is growing here and andthroughout andthroughout
throughout t Europe The optimistic re reports re reporta reorts
ports p orts from Chefoo that the envoys were werewith werowith
with w ith Seymour prove to bo untrue untrueTho untrueTho
Tho anxiety in Washington because Mm Mmister MinIster Mm
J ister la ter Conger has not been en heard from is isduplicated isduplicated
duplicated d here owing to the absence of ofnews ofnews
news n ews from Sir Claude MacDonald tho thoBritish thoBritish theritish
British B ritish Minister There was was a hope that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he German commander at Taku was right rightIn rightin rightn
1 In I n saying the envoys wero with wlthSemour wlthSemourbut Seymour Seymourbut
I but b ut it is dispelled dispelledIt
It is reported that th thtAtithtraI t Admiral Seymour had hadexpressed h1deXpre hailxprenied
eXpre e expressed the belfef belterheiore before he set out to torelieve toreU
J relieve reU r e Fekin that even if the foreign foreignlegations foreignlegations foreignegations
legations l there were captured the minis ministers ministel1 ¬
ters t ore and their associates would not be mas massacred massacred ¬
sacred s but might be taken Into the inte interior interior ¬
rior n or and held as hostages hostagesTheir hOfitase8Their
Their whereabouts is entirely a matter matterof matterof
of o f conjecture and the thehlgh highest t officials oIDcl s in inthe Inthe
the t he various Europeahtapltals Europea European bpitnlsnre tapitals are arc b bst bstwith st stwith
with forebodings as toiielr t IJmilr fate fateNotwithstanding fate fateNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Notwlthtndlg the therepead repeated Chinese Chineseassurances Chineseaf6urnCl8 Chinesessurances
assurances af6urnCl8 a that th the mlnlfcrjrs minl ministers tM are ne alive it itis Itis its
is i s believed blleed here hCe and time tm tltt strengthens stengtens the thebelief thebelef
belief belef b elief tbft ill rll 1 have hvc been bn assassinated aSnte or orif orI
if I I f any o of them e have escaped from frm the tIe bs bseleged b bIeged beisged
eleged s Ieged capital caplt they wU will be killed kl d before beforerelief btare btarerele
relief rele r can cn come comeThe comeThe
The lmpr imrsaeion < 6ioa lo is growing ging even in con conservative conseratf conorvativ ¬
servative seratf s orvativ circles crcles that tat the early reports reportsfrom reprs reprsfrom
from f rom Ciica C r were correct rrect rect and that tt the themlnisteis theminlten theministers
ministers minlten were annihilated annihiate in one o of the tbomany themany I Imany
many orgies orge of the Boxers Dxer B xs at Pekin PekinA Pekln PekinA I
A despatch Ces utcb from frm Parfe P8r Par1 says ys that Foreign ForeignMinister Forign ForignInlster ForeignMinister
Minister Inlster D Dlcsc Dlcasse lcasse informed Informe the Cabinet Cabiaeetoday Cabinettoday i itoay
today toay that twt he e Chinese Chinee Ambassador mbar to toFrance toFrance toFrance
France had communicated commuDlcte a a cablegram cablegrm re received re receive received ¬
ceived ceive by him yesterday in which whih LI LIHung LIhung
Hung Chang give gv gives assurances aUrDe that the theforeign theforeig
foreign foreig ministers mnlster to China Chin are ae twelve twelvemiles twelvemle twelvemiles
miles mle from Tientsin TientsinThe Tentn TentnThe TientainThe
The Viceroy Vfroy of Yuanan cables cble that tht M MFrancois 31Francois 1 1Fnos
Francois Fnos tlc tlt French Consul Cal at Langebow Langebowwhose Ln Langehowwhose ow owwhO
whose whO life n vras 1UI supposed up to be in danger dangerfor dSDgerfor dangecfor
for a wiie has arrived arive safely sey at a point pointmidway poistmidway Il Ilmiway
midway miway o 0 y the way wy to Toaquia ToaquiaIt Touln ToulnI
It I is reported reprte here taac tIa tba < Seymour Seyor has l seat seata Ml Mla senta
a message mege by a legation legato employe empoye urgent urgently urgefttIy urgenty ¬
ly l y demanding deaDlag strong srg British Drlt reenforce reenforcements reDfoce reDfocements reenforceS ¬
ments unless urlo Russia Rus is to be b allowed alowe to todominate t tdominate tc tcdominate S
dominate Undoubtedly Uadobcl serious arlo disagree disagreements dlssrH dlssrHmeuts disagreemeats ¬
meats had h sprung up between btwen Admiral AdmiralSeymour Adiral AdiralSeymour I ISeymour
Seymour and aD the Russian R1B general generl who wh sot aeted ao aoe soted
ed e as a chief of staff saa supported urto by byFrench the theFrench thtFrench
French commander commanderGratification eemmasderGratification
ommBer ommBerGrtlcUon
Gratification GrtlcUon is f fdfhere fflNiere B vhere over OVO the BOWS BOWSthat newsthat t tthat
that a strong force la ishiag pushing shng on toward towardPekla t8Wr i iPekin
Pekla PeklaThe Pckia PckiaThe PekinThe
The fight of the Americans mercn and British BritishIs Brlt h hIs C Cis
Is described d Srlb as a magnTlfcent mSffcet at the capture captureof cpture cptureof S Sof
of Tientsin After the te relieving Televl rehievl force forcepushed fore forepushed i ipushed
pushed on to succor scor Admiral Admral Seymour SeymourChinese SeymourChinese SeymourChinese
Chinese regulars ugk under under General Geerl Nieh Niehsays Niebsays Ieh Iehsay
says say a despatch desptch from Shanghai again agin at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked Tientsin Tientin fiercely fercely and ad bombarded bombardedtbe bmbarded bmbardedthe I Ithe
the foreign settlement with wl h a terrible fire fireColonel fireColonel fireColonel
Colonel Dorward British Britsh commanded the thecolumn thecolumn thi S Scolumn
column that relieved rleved Admiral Seymour SeymourAmerican Seyour SeyourAmerican SeymourAmerican
American marines marnes parclpated tcpated In the theachievement th S Sachievement
p te teaChenet
achievement aChenet The admiral aatlr l was found fo f tind d en entrenched entnce entrenched ¬
trenched tnce and surrounded surunde by Immense Immensemasses Immen Immenitmasses e em8C
masses m8C of Chinese who ho were driven drven off by bythe bythe b bthe
the relieving rlieving column after afe a brisk fight fightHis fightIls fightHis
His Ils men had made a brilliant brflanl resistance resistancenever reistnce reistncenevr resistancenever
never nevr failing Calng In courage curge for fifteen days daysof dys dysof day dayof
of continuous fighting fightingA fghtng fghtngde
A despatch de patc from Shanghai says fYS the Chi China Ch Chitna ¬
na Merchants Merlmnts Company Cony Coci1pny has ha transferred transferredfifteen trnserred trnserredfteen I Ififteen
fifteen fteen of Its It steamers stetrf trf t the te British Drth flag flagIt fg fgI flaghits
It I has 1s also als placed five fve vessels veels under undr the theprotection theprotecton tb a aprotection
protection protecton of the American Americ flag and three threeunder threeunder thrc a aunder
under the emblem of Germany GermanyA Gery GeryA
A despatch from Hbngkong Hngkong says the theViceroy theViceroy thi S SViceroy
Viceroy has called calle out the militia of ofKwang ofI o I IKwang
Kwang wang province pro vince to be in readiness for forany forany fo r rany
any emergencies that may arise ariseA ariseA ariseA
A despatch from Yokohama says the thecabinet thi a
cabinet met yesterday A section secton 9r of the thecabinet thecabinet thi thicabinet S
cabinet cabinet including Incuding the Ministers H istcrs of Marine Marineand Marineand Sa S
and War Wa urged Japan Jap JaparLto to o undertake undertke the thesuppression thesppression liii liiisuppression a
suppression sppression of the Chinese Ch1Rse cl pse rebels An Another Anoter Another ¬
other oter section contendedJLhat conten contendedthat e4 1t Japan should shouldconfine shouldconfe I Iconfine
confine confe her efforts eforts to the protection of for foreigners foreigners forelgners ¬
eigners eignersPB02OSB eignersI eignersPROM elgnersPItOMISE
Not ot to Land Trooptt TrJIK nt Shanghai Shnnrlnl If IfOrder I i iOrder
Order IK I Maintained MaintainedPARIS 3fnlntnned 3fnlntnnedPARIS MaIntainedPARIS
PARIS Juno 29 2Despltche 29Despatchee Despatches to t the theForeign theForeig th C CForeign
Foreign Foreig Office OfC6 say Sy that the consular cnla body bodyat bdy bdyal hod I Iat
at Shanghai Shghai has b held hed a meeting meetng at which whichViceroy whichYlccroy hi hiVIceroy
Viceroy Cheng of Hunan and Taotai Tnot was waspresent waspresent wa a apresent
present presentThe present presentThe
The consuls onuls agreed not no to land troops in intho Intho I n nthe 1
tho Tangtse ante Valley Yaley provided the thenutho authori authorities authorities ¬
ties M ould uld maintain mintain order orderSearching orderSeztrchin
orer orerSe
Searching Se Seztrchin rhln for Wire Tire Thieve ThieveCHICAGO Tblee ThievesCHICAGO
CHICAGO CB1CAGO June 29 29Al 29Ahl All the Lawndale Lawndalepolice Lwnale Lwnalepolce e epolice
police polce force spent last las night nlgii searching serching for torwire for1w1 ft e ewirt
1w1 wire thieves On Wednesday Wedneday night more morethan morethan mor 0 0than
than 1000ft 10G pounds pOd ot o copper coppr trolley trley wire wirewas wirew wir e ewas >
was w stolen st The thieves worked rapidly rapidlyand rpidly rpidlyad rapidl I
and ad there were wee no traces trcs left lef for the po police p I Ilice ¬
lice lce to t work on It was w expected e pected by the theofficials theomclals iii 0 0officials
officials of the company that another raid raidwould rid ridould rai raiwould
would ould bo b made last la nlgnt nI5 t No arrests arrestswere arrest arrestwere
were ere made madeStranded md mdStranded madeStranded
Stranded Steamer Gets Gc Away AvraySAN AwaySAN AwayBAN
SAN JUAN DE PORTO PRT RICO Ro June Jue 2 2The 2 29 29The
The steamship steaship Caracas Cra 6 which w lch stranded strandedat 8ranrt d din 1
In the hab harbor yeCYj ycStCrday St g9tj of off la last nlg1t nlg1t3t nigt it itat t
at 330 end cd sailed sled at at49 4 oclock ociock this thismorning thu Ls Lsmorning 5
morning She sustained sustano no i ti Injury InjurySO Injur InjurJO Injurytzo
tzo JO SO Special Saturday SntnraTTlp Snturd y Trip 3BO 3BOTo < hfi hfiTo M MTo
To Old Point Norfolk Norolk VirgUU i Beach Dd and aDdI ac j
Ocean Ocn View Vie via v Norfolk Sool and WaShington Wlon steamer steamerSaturday Item ItemEtuy iteimeS5tUtdfl
Saturday Etuy S5tUtdfl 630 p p m m n Round ton trip t tickets Ucket to t Fort For Fo rt
Monroe lol and Norfolk Norol good to return Mu Sunday Sndy eight 1 13ao i
fr 360 Schedule See page pg g 7 1bl 7lainla rght j jper
bl lainla la KnndredDoar KilndrIedTJoards > eaIy J1y 1 1 S Sper S
per r 1X 10 100 > sq s ft t ft of North orth Carolina chrolIopInc rUn jpine i too to at atI atIIhandNYsst 1
I fch IIhandNYsst and ad tf Y STV af > i
ChlncMC CJlneHe C hinese Crisis Crl Ilhenfled Iiscessed Ilcn ncd Before nefo the thePresident IheIreaidenta he heIrlfdentN
President IrlfdentN Departure DepartureThe Deltrtnre DeltrtnreThe DevnrureThe
The Cabinet Cbinet at its regular regulr session seion today todaythe tday tdayt
the t th thd e la lat Iatone tone one to be e held before boe the Presi President President Preatent ¬
dent d ent rearns reairnsfrom from his Western trip trp de decided decdel deldel ¬
cided cdel c ldel to wait until unti news comes cme from fm Pe Pekin Pe Pekin Pcin ¬
kin k in in regard regr to t Minister Iltcr Congers condi condition conditon concHon ¬
tion ton li on before taking tnkinJ further furer Immediate Imeiate steps stepsin stepIn
in i n the way of sending sndlgarop sendingztroops troops or ships sIps to toC3ina toCiU3 toCoins
Coins C3inaA CiU3A CoinsA
A Cabinet oer officer said sid that tt the Cabinet Cabinethas Cbinet Cbinetha Cabinetas
has ha h as absolutely to r to news newBof of f Conger Cnger and that thatwhat thatwhat thathat
what w hat news has h been beD received rcved as a to the thesafety thesfety theafety
safety sfety s sw of Americans Americas in Pekin has h been beenwithout bn bnwitout beenithout
without witout w ithout doubt doctored dotored by the te Chinese Chinesecensors Chiese Chiesecensor Chineseensors
censors censor c under uder that Governments GOTernments instruc instructions Intrc IntrcUons ¬
tions tionsThis Uons UonsThis ti ons
This Government Goernmel is 1 straning rriTg every ever re resource re resource ¬
source s sf to get word wod that tat it I can c depend d pend upon uponfrom u ufrom
si from f rom Pekin It I is ISEted satisfied that tl Seymour Seymouris Seyour Seyouris
J is s safe but knows nothing nothg of affairs nr be beyond ¬
yond y rid Tientsin Tientln Nothing was a said sd at the theCabinet th thCabinet theabinet
Cabinet C meeting in regard re d to Minister MinisterWus Ministerus Inlster Inlsterus
Wus W us status sttus and it is not nt considered considere by bythis bythis
this t his Government that tt a state of war ex exists e ¬
ists Ist is > is It i was said saidSecretary eid
Secretary Secretar Root Ro was wa at a the meeting and andtold andtold
told t old the President Pdent and ad members of the theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet Cabinet C about abut the th YaleHarvard Y1eHara races rce and andtho andthe
the t he ceremony cer mon conferring conf rring upon upn him hi by Yale Yalethe Yalethe
the t he degree of I LLD Tli D DSecretary DSecret
Secretary Secret Long Lng will wi remain In Washing Washington ¬
ton t on until unti August Aurust 1 1The L LThe
The President Presdent will wi leave tonight tonigt at 745 745for 45 45for
for f or Canton Ctn with wih Mrs Mn McKInley and those thoseto thoseto thoseo
to t o accompany acrompa him wlSl 111 be Secretary Scretlr Cor Cortelyou Cor
telyou t Dr Rixey Rler and several members of ofthe ofthe
the t he White House Houle staff st as a well wele weltar as some of ofthe ofthe
the t he servants servantsPREPARATIONS sernt serntPRATONS
A Varm arD Welcome elenae Planned IJaned for Ire Fred Preldent l ldent
dent and Mr Mrs lr MclvlnleyCANTON McKinley McKinleyCANTON cllnley cllnleyC
CANTON C Ohio Ohi June Jue 29 29A A warm war wel welcome we ¬
come c ome is being bing arranged nzg arta grd for President Puldnt and andMrs andMr
Mrs Mr McKInley when they come here Sat Saturday St Sturdy Satrday ¬
urday urdy u rday morning mOTnig to t take tke possession p0son of their theirremodeled theirrmeled
remodeled rmeled r home for a n months moths visit 11t The Thetwo Thetwo Thewo
two t wo reception recCton committees c mmlte of 1S9C the theCanton theCanton
Canton C anton mounted troop tooP and the te citizens cten re reception r rcepton ¬
ception cepton c committee commitee which whic met all al comers comersin comersIn
ia in i n 1896 have arranged arrgt to turn out and act actas at ata acts
as a a s an escort cscrt for the party from the station stationto slton sltonto
to t o tho t McKinley McKnle residence relence This escort escortwill esort esortwi escorttiiI
will wi be reenforced reenrorced by the Grand Grn Army Armyand Ary Aryand Armynd
and a nd a company of the te National Naiona Guard GWrd and andthousands ad adthousc
thousands thousc ot o citizens citzew regardless rgdless of party partyThese pary paryThese
These arrangements arragement were made ot a aspecial aspial
special spial s meeting of the reception recpion committee committeetonight cmmitee cmmiteetonight committeeonight
tonight t at which whlc great gretcthuliasm enthusiasm was wasmanifested wumaleste wasmanifested
manifested maleste The town will w1 be b decorated decoratedby derte
by b y the time tme the train trla arrives arrie The decora decorations dera deratons ¬
ions tons t for the Fourth Fourt of July celebration celebrationare celebUo
are to be b on an unusually Ulsul1y elaborate eJbrte scale scaleIn tcle tcleIn
In i n anticipation anUcipton of the Presidents Prsdents attend attendance aten attendINSA2tI ¬
ance ance
Lived LhedJn in an OJ Isolated Hut lut After IVan Vnndcrlnf an anderln
dcrlnf derln Away AwayTRENTON 4wayTRENTON a aTEX
TRENTON TEX June Jue 23 29With Wlh With his micd micdclouded mlId mlIdcloude miedclouded
clouded cloude and ad his body b shrank shrn almost almJ to a askeleton askee9 aakeleton
skeleton skee9 Henry Her C C Howard Ho a a prominent prominentlawyer pn1lnnt pn1lnntlwer
lawyer lwer l awyerand and n former president Irelnt of the D3Ia D3Iaware D Dlre
ware ware County Cnty Tr Tenet Company CmpJ who has hasbeoR hasbeaa
been missing misD from bis home hO In Media Iedla Pa Pafor Pa Pafor
for upward up ard of a month mt was found fon in inthis inUaIcity
this UaIcity city yesterday yeterdy Far weeks et be lived Je in inan inan inan
an improvised improie hut on the bonks bk of o ths thsHtitchlnsons th3lutchlMns thaIlutebtesons
Htitchlnsons lutchlMns Peed PQ yulMUUut on eh I and andwhatever asdwhatever
whatever whatee he could ciUd gather br from rro the t field fieldHe fld
He Ie was wa found fond by WHIiam Wilam WiiIia t Wldraaxra Wldn wfeo wfeokeep wkokeeps 1
keep keep a hotel hoel at Yardville Yadrle and a brought broughtto btht bthtto
to police ple headquarters headurte here Last Ll evening eveningfriends eveningfriends
friends frind took tk him hi hI back bk to t Media MediaMr Mei MediaMr
Mr r Howard Hoan Jryt strayed rayst away awT frara fnD his hi homo homoto ho boiselit I
to Media and made his to
1 Mlta an me hi way OIcIT OIcITHe city cKyHe
He etopped sp over over night nhl at Barrows Brrows Hotel Hoteland HOel HOelan hoedatot
and an then tlea went wea to Bordeotown BOrcCOWD Finn Fxomthere lo
there he went wet to tie e hut where he has hassince hassince
since snce lived le When Whe he 1 left his home hom be hewas bew bewas
was w in robust rb physical pJslc condition cdion athogh athoghhi although althoughhis althoughhis
his hi aiiad was < a as erratic lrtic Ills Ils condition Citlo3 when whenfound whenfon whenfound
found fon was wa pitiable pitabe and an the police pce bad hd City CityPhysician CityPhPlan CityPhyaician
Physician PhPlan Madden Mdd s car c care for him bm yesterday yesterdayEarly yeony yeonyElYJestry yesterdayEarly
Early ElYJestry yesterday morning nornln Hotelkeeper HotelkeeperWidmann Hoelkeepr HoelkeeprWdmmn HxelkeeperWdinann
Widmann saw a a man m = n loitering 10terln about abut his hisplace hisplae hisplace
place plae and finally tnly induced him to enter enterMr ener enerMr enterMr
Mr Widmann Wid had ha heard hear of Howards Howars dis disappearance di disappearance ¬
appearance apperce and d suspected ssete that tt he bad ha the themissing themisIng themissing
missing misIng man so s after dtr giving gvnb the stanger stangera 5tanger 5tangera
a good g breakfast breaflt he behlce bebItched bitched up his team teamand t teamand
and asked ke him to take te a drive de Tae Tie drive driveended dIve dIveended driveended
ended at police poUc headquarters hequar here and it itwill Itwll it itwill
will wll make Widmann Widmnn richer by th ths 500 re reward rewa reward ¬
ward wa offered ofer for the missing missng lawyer lawtr lawtrr lawyerMr
1 Mr r Howard Howa6l still wore the brown bro suit of ofclothes ofcoe 01clothes
clothes coe which he had h on o when when he lift lifthome 1 kIthome ft fthome
home home but it was 1 in i rags rgs He was ws eo 10 tired tiredand tiredand tiredand
and worn wor out thathc th could culd scarcely s = ely move moveHe mve moveHe
He seems seem to remember rmembr very ver little ltte of whit whithas whithas h1t h1thas
has happened since sln he left home homeGIRLS homeGI borneGIRLS
Urled Urged on b by n u e Crowd wd of Rowdies Itondle In InDetroit InDetoit i C CDetroit
Detroit DetroitDETROIT Detoit DetoitDEROT DetroitDETROIT
DETROIT DEROT Mich Mic June une 29 291far 29Mary Mary Mc McCaffrey McCrey McCaifrey ¬
Caffrey Crey fourteen fouren years i as of age ag and Eliza Elizabeth Elz Ehisabeth ¬
beth bth Tierney aged aed fifteen 1fen years year who had hadbeen hd hdben hadbeen
been ben intimate intmate friends quarreled qunzeled Wednes Wednesday Wenes Wenesday Wednesday ¬
day night and a decided deded to settle sette their dim difficulty dlmuly dimcuity ¬
culty uly in a public publc manner manne They Tey met at atElmwood atElmwo at atEimwood
Elmwood Elmwo Avenue and Antietam Anteta Street at at
12 oclock oclock About twentyfive tenty1ie young men menformed menformed L Lformed
formed a ring around them and the girls girlsattacked girs girsataed
attacked ataed each other othe while whie the boys urged urgedthem urgedthem urgedthem L
them on onPatrolman onPatrolman onPatrolman
Patrolman David Rose Rse came cam along In cit citizens citIzens citizens ¬
izens attire attre and started to t separate the thefair thefair t tfair
fair fighters fighter The Te crowd cowd rebelled at the theinterference theInterference theinterference
interference and attacked atacked the officer one oneof oneof one I Iof
of the young men using uing a revolver The Theofficer Theofcer Thtofficer
officer ofcer was wa pounded punded about abut the head ead and andbody lndbody I Ibody
body and badly hurt Two To ot the rowdies rowdieshowever rowdieshoweer rowdieshowever
however and the girls grls were locked up upROOSEVELT upOOSET upROOSEVELT
Camera Comer Fiend Subject the Candi Candidate Cnndldate Candidnte ¬
date to Annoyance AnnoyanceOYSTER Annonet AnnonetYSERBAY nnoynnce nnoynnceOYSTER
OYSTER YSERBAY BAY L L I June 29 29oernor 29oernorRosenlt Governor GovernorRoosevelt r rRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rosenlt Js J thoroughly th roug ly angry ang at the cam camera camer camera
era er fiends feds who have hc been annoying him himand hImand bItt a aand
and his family fiy recently reentY He H said sld yester yesterday yesterdy yesterday ¬
dayI dy
I am arnexceedingly exceedingly ec igly angry ang at these tee camera camerafiends cmera cmerafends a afiends
fiends fends and I wish you would print prnt what whathave I Ihave Ihave
have to say sy about abulthe them Why Wh they have hve hveeven bar C Ceven
even dared to take te pictures pctures of my children childrenand chidrn chidrnand a aand
and the rest ret of my f iinlly iy while hie they were werein wer wet e ein
in bathing bting That Tal ih a proceeding preeedlnf that thatsmacks tt ttfmaksot Ills t tsmacks
smacks of the grossest vulgarity and
fmaksot gst TIgrfy one onewhich onewhich on a awhich
which meat I simply will W1 not ot tolerate tlete for a mo moment mo momeat ¬
All Al I want Is to be treated tate fairly If Ifnecessary I I I Inecessary
necessary necess ry I will wfr station stOI men me around lud my en I
house and andgroudds grounds ds who wf will see to it that thatno thatno tha t tone
no one approaches approahe us us I will wl also aso take takeegal takeeglstp ink e eegnl
egal eglstp steps If 1 I am lorced orce to adopt such suchmeasures suchmeaure suc hi himeasurea
measures meaure I am a thoroughly thorughly tired tir of it itand i I t tand
and my patience ptence is exhausted exhaustedA eauste eausteA exhaustedA
A Virginian Irlnf Cod Good Fortune FortuneSTAUNTON Fornne FornneSTAUN FortuneSTAUNTON
STAUNTON Va Var June 29 2T 29T T D Ogg Oggof Oggof Og c cof
of Staunton Stunton who Went enl to California Caiornia about aboutsix abut t tsix
six si years yea ago ag for Us Ls health heth and ad has since sinceteen snce sncebeen sine 0 0been
been working as W a a telegraph telegph operator operto for forthe fo r rthe
the Southern Souther Pacific Railroad Rlroad some sme time tie tieago thin 0 0ago
ago bought bught 240 across acess of land for a small smal amal II IIsum
sum Sitnce Slnce then oil 01 has bs been ben discovered discoveredon d don
on on adjacent adacent property prpery and ad Mr 1 Ogg Og has hassold hassod ha a asold
sold sod his land for 30000One 30000 00 00One
One Fare to Kansas KanA City Cty and Return Returnvia ReturnIa Ttetnr Is Isvia
via Ia Pennsylvania PenRTI la Railroad RailroadAccount Ralroad RalroadAcnt RailroadAcont
Account Acnt National Naton Democratic Uc Conrention Cnflton Tick TicietsonsaleJulyl
Tck Tckr
July Jul July9 July9ixinja eta r etsonsaleJulyl on 0 1 sale lae July 1 1 2 ud asd3 3 3s good goottorciorn to t return rtr until untl ant ii
1X12JO 1 29 drcs dressed ed 4 4 side aldea Shelving SkelTlpJo SkelTlpJot Shzelvingccntzpereq
Libber t 2 cent ccntzpereq reqft per Co < j ft ft Calf at for fo1owe forIowered lowered prices ric riom on Y I r
Democratic Democratc D Hosts Host Gathering for forthe forthe
the National Nr tonaI Convention ConventionThe Convnton ConvntonThe
T The he ProRTmume Prnme Already Alrd Outlined OutlinedColonel OntlnecJ OntlnecJlone1 OutlinedCulouellirynat
Colonel Culouellirynat lone1 Ilryan rf Likely Llkel to Appear Appearand Appar Apparand
and Addremt cJdreIN the Delegate Dcl Dt on uu the theConcluding theConelndlnl
Concluding Day DnySulzer Sulzer Doom for forthe torthe
the Vice YIcC Presidential Iresldentnl Nomination i iKANSAS
KANSAS KNSAS CITY CI June JUIe 29 29The The Democrat Democratic Democl ¬
I ic hosts host are gathering gthering here for the Na National NaII ¬
tional ton ti onal Convention Cnvcnton and there Is plenty of ofenthusiasm orenthusiasm
II enthusiasm e among aong the advance avac guard guard Ev Everybody E Ei ¬
i erybody eryby e here is I confident confdeDt that tat the party partywill partyi
i will w1 w ill achieve a victory victor in its impending impendingcampaign ipending ipendingcpaign
campaign campaignThe cpaign c
I The programme proge for ro the Convention CoventcD TilIjh TilIjhis nllht Teti ih
is to t begin next Wednesday Weesd is already areay out outlined out ¬
lined lne li ned Colonel Colone Bryan Br will wi be b nominated nominatedfor ncmlnatedI
for fo r President Peident on the te great geat holiday holday the theplatform thepJUor
I platform pJUor p laUorm containing planks plmkstorly strongly de denouncing denouncing ¬
nouncing n trusts tst imperialism imprlall and d other otherevils otherevil
evils evil e vils will wi be adopted aopte en a Thursday Tury and It Itis ItIs itsaid
is said the nomination nomintion of a candidate Cdidat for forVice forVice
Vice V ice President Preidet will f constitute the work for forthe forthe
the th e third day It I Itis is i believed that tht all al of the t 1 1Convention
Convention Conventon C onvention business will wi be b completed rmplete in inthe 1
the th e three days daysMr ays aysMr
Mr Bryan Bra will wi in all probability prbbity come comeconcluding cme cmeto
to t o Kansa Kansas Ciy City in n a specal special c car on the theconcuding
concluding concuding c day of the Convention Cnventon and it Is Isexpected isepted
expected epted e that he will wi address adres the dele delegates dclegtes ¬
gates gtes g gm ates for there Is an overwhelming overhelming de demand demmd ¬
mand m and that the Nebraskan Nebraskn shall shal appear in inorder Inarder
order o rder that tht the Democrats Democrat from all al parts partsof prt
of o f the country countr may celebrate cebrate his nomina nominatin nomln
tin tn t in and ad hold an enthusiastic ethusiatc mass meeting meetingReports meting
Reports Rerts continue cntue to be b received receive to the theeffect theefect
effect efect e ffect that the Empire Epire State Slte delegation delegationled deleKaton
led l ed by exSenator Hill Hi and Augutus Augtu Van VanWyck Vanyok VanWyck
Wyck yok will wi make mae a a a stng a Irons plea plea for con conservative cn cnserative conervative ¬
servative serative s action alon on the financial fnacial question questionMr queon queonMr
Mr Van Wyck will wi arrive nive here tomorrow tomorrowand tomow tomown tomorrownd
and n a nd exSenator Hill HI on 0 Sunday Sundy morning morningMr morfz morningr
Mr M r Van Wyelc yck is in St St Louis LI today tay His Hisfriends Hisfrends Hisriends
friends frends f here say y that he will U advocate avote an anexpansion anexpnsion
expansion expnsion e policy pley in the Convention ConventionThe Cnnnton
The boom bm of oCnepretatve Representative Sulzer for forthe forthe
the Vice Presidential Presldet nomination nominton has ha made madea mde mdea madestrong
a strong impression imprClon here The Western WesternDemocrats etern eternDemocrt
Democrats Democrt D emocrats recognize recognle Mr r Sulzer as a a loyal loyalfollower loyl loylfelower
follower felower f of Bryan Bran in iSSS SG S9 Two days ago agothe agothe 0 0the
the New Xe York Representatives Rtpreettves support supporters sppr ¬
ers e rs gave up a suite sue of o rooms rom in the Coatea CoateaHouse Cet CetHo
House Ho H ouse and ad have since slIce taken ten an entire etire floor floorin Dr Drin doora
in I a another moter hotel His H headquarters heduarer there therewere therewere thereere
were w ere opened Op8ed yesterday yesterdayMr yesterly yesterlyr
Mr r Sulzer Slzer will w1 reach ch Kansas Kans Kansai City Ciy C1t either eithertomorrow eihe eihetomrw
tomorrow tomrw t omorrow or Sunday SuB morning luNDng to take te per persoaal pr prSal
meal Sal charge cae of his h Vice Ve Presidential Pe atll can canvass Qn QnTS cpa cpaass ¬
vass TS ass which whl < h has ha tttus Uus far been la a the bands haadsof
of o f his h friends fmOs on o the ground gro Sulzer it is issaid I
said R today te has h secured Bure the support Sprt of o a anumber anumber
number n of o delegates deegte from fro the te South Suth and aadWest aD
West t and Sulzer Clubs are being bag farmed farmedin fere
in i n Colorado Crd and an Kansas Kn Several Sever of these theseergaalzatns te
ergaalzatns orgDztDs e will wl arrive ae here hre to advance advancehis acvace acvacehi advanceis
his hi h is boots b on Tuesday TuesdayExSeeator Tuey TueyESetGr TuesdayExSeeater
ExSeeator ESetGr Hill JU has 1 ceewred Eere the t1e suite suiteof sie sieof
of o f rooms rm in the CMMes Ces House He which was wasgiven wa wasgiven
given gen up by Mr SeIzers IHrs sapper eupertera euperteraThe Mei tor a aThe
The Te managers mgr of o tie t boom ef e Charles CharlesA Ce
A A Towne Towe already alry nominated MDte by b tie Oe Pope PopaHeU Po
HeU Je l as a runaiBg rnalas runaia unite ldt with Mr Ir Bryan Bra Brao Bryanbave Bryanbaveopened have haveopened
opened o Ws h headquarters res at the Coatee CoateeHouse Ct Cetesouse
House Hose h ouse Mr r Towne To will wl be b here tomorrow tomorrowto
to take tke personal p charge chge of his 1s canvass caavassand e canvassand
and ad in all al the gossip c gsss and a speculation 8IIO heard heardtoday her heardoday
today toy t he is h a decides cee favorite favoriteWillie favoie favoiemnt favoriteWlt1
Willie mnt Wlt1 J 1 Abbott A who wh is i la charge Chb of the theliterary theliter theiterary
literary liter l bureau oreu1 of the Democratic Demrti Natloa Natloaal Xatf Xatfal Natiosat
al Committee Cmmtee is I here here Mr lr Abbott Abt says saysthat s saysthat s sthat
that Tewne is I 1 far in the lead led of all other othercandidates othercandidates
o oter otercie
candidates cie that tt he is i a a firstclass frteas man awrafor mn mnfor manfor
for the Democrats Demorat to nominate ante for Vice VkePresident Vie ViePe911nt VicePresident
President Pe911nt and will 11 add ad great ge strength strengthto
to the ticket in the te Northwest orhwe In fact factMr factJr factMr
Mr Jr Abbott Abbtt believes beieves that tht Towne Towe will wl b bnominated be benomnate benominated
nominated nomnate His position pition with Wth tbs te Na National National National ¬
tional Committee Cmmtee gives gvee weight here to toall toall toall
all he says sys and d the Impression bprslon is i gen general gener goneral ¬
eral er that tat unless unles Bryan BIan is convinced cnvinc that thatanother th3tanother thatanother
another man mn should be selected slee Towne Townewill Townewill
will 1 be b the th choice olce of the Convention Conveton with withSulzer withSulzer lth lthSuber
Sulzer a good g second secondSecretary send sendPLS secondPLANS
Secretary SecetorT Winslow Vln Inlo Iovr Indicates Indlctes That ThatThey Tbu TbuTbey t tThey
They May In Support Bryan BryanBOSTON DrTunBOs BryanBOSTON
BOSTON BOs = June 29 29Secretary Secretary Scrtar Erving ErvingWlnElow Erin ErinWinlo Ervin I IWInelow
WlnElow of the Antiimperialistic AntImpeialstic League Leagueis Le LeIs
is enthusiastic ehuiatic over the te result of the themeeting themeetngot tia tiaineeting5of
meeting meetngot of the the executive eecutive committee cite In New NewYork NewYork NesYork
York on Tuesday TelT He says sys a 1 convention conventionof cnvetion cnvetionof 1 1of
of all nl American Amercan antiimperialists atllmperialt will wi be beheld beheld b bheld
held in some rme city ct of the Middle fddle West Wet about aboutAugust aboutAugt abou
August Augt 1 the thechierobject chief chierobject object of which will wi be beto beto bt btto a
to prepare prCre a plan of action fcton for the coming comingcampaign cominsCmpalgn cotnin cotnincampaign
campaign Cmpalgn He eays he has a very ver clear clearidea ce elsaidea
idea of what should Sould be done but does dos not notwant not1nt no nowant
want 1nt to divulge divlge the plans plansWill plan plansWill
Will W1 the te convention conveton name nae a distinct distinctcandidate distnct distnctcaxdldate distinctcandidate
candidate for the thp Presidency PrCldenc he was wasasked wn wna1ked waasked
asked askedThat a1ked a1kedThat askedTbat
That I cannot tell tel you was w his reply replyWill replyooWll replyWill
ooWll Will It vote to support Mr r Bryan Brn if l he hebecomes hebec hi S Sbecemea
becomes bec mc the Democratic Democric candidate candidateThat candidateThat mdldateThat
That is for the convention cncnton to decide decidesaid decidesaid decidesaid
said Mr Winslow WlnsloW Mr lr Bryan has written writtena witten wittena I Ia
a plank upon upon antiimperialism rUlmperlaUsm that the themost theost tin S Smost
most ost enthusiastic enthusiastc of us should be satisfied satisfiedwith stsfed stsfedwith 1 1with
with It is remarkably clear cer and decisive decisiveand decisleand decisiveand
and embodies embies every point pint we have con contested contested contested ¬
tested for But Mr Bryan has ha not been beennominated a anominated
nominated yet yet Furthermore Mr 1 Bryan Bryanmay Br a amay
i may write wrie some other planks upon upn this thissame thissae thi S Sannie
same sae issue that may net be as satisfactory satisfactoryto I Ito
to us I will wi say sy this We have been di directly dIrecUy directiy ¬
I rectly approached approche by leaders of the Demo Democratic Democratic Democretin ¬
cratic party prty These leaders have asked for forour forour 10 r rour
our support upport No definite detnie assurance tsurance there thereof thereof ¬
of has been given them themIs themIs themany
I Is any consultation con5ult ton between the Dma Demosrats Dmaoarxis
osrats or and the casue case contemplated contemplated contemplatedNo contemplatedNo T TNo
No official omc consultation consultton There may mayI b be bepersonal e epersonal
personal p rna conferences conferec < e between represents representatives reprent representslives ¬
I tives ot etch etchThough etc etchThough
Though Toug the matter mate of choosing choing a sep separate separte separate ¬
arate arte candidate cndidate and 3nd > preparing prepng a distinct distinctplatform distnct t tplatform
i platform rests res with the antiImperialist antiImperialistconvention antImperialst antImperialstI 1 1convention
I convention cnventon it is likely IkeJy that tat the te conven convention conventon convenlion ¬
lion ton will w1 adopt aopt the other plan plathnt planthat that of ofratifying o f fratifying
i ratifying ratying and ad supporting supprtng the Democrat Democratic Docrt Docrti ¬
i ic platform platorm and candidate cdidate is this ths not notso no noso it
1 so was asked askedAs nakedAs ked kedI
I As I said sid before that that of course c rests restsentirely r rest sts stsI S Sentirely
I entirely entrely with wih the convention cnvetion replied repliedMr epuedi d dMr
i Mr Wlnsloir Vlnlo I have told you O what whatantiimperialists reha rehaantIimperialists hat
i antiimperialists antlmperalsts think of Mr Bryans Bryns at attitude at at attitude ¬
titude on the Issue iue You may draw drw your yourown YCur you youown
I own ow Inferences Infereces from that thatExcurnlon that thatExcursion
I Excursion Rates Rtea flatc July Fourth FourthAccount FonrthACt FourthAccount
Account ACt of above abve Southern Suth r Railway RaU lisilav 2 will w1 Mil Miltickets ul te Il Iltickets 1
tickets iCkrt to all aUPin points cast uc of the Mississippi iippi Hirer Hirerfit Rnr Rnrt Run rat r
fit t rate of a I fare fa and onethird ODfthi for the round roundtrip rud rudtrp nut id idtrip 1
trip trp Tickets Tcket on sale July Jul1 2 2 3 and 4 4 Final Finallimit FiI1 FiI1lit Fin it itlimit 1
limit lit July 7 t 1900 1 From WiJon Washington and ad Alex Alexandria Ale Aleindila l x xandria ¬
andria tickets tlcds will wl be b cold ld to Somerset SIrDt Ilarfion Ilarfionbur IIn IInbur lhrtesburg
bur bur burg filament Bu m Va Ya Ta and ad intermediate inter t stations stationsat atathot s sat
at one fare f for fo the round rond trip trip On tale el June Ju 90 90July 3 3July
July 1 1 2 3 3 and Dd 4 4 Final Fm limit lmt July 5 1900 1 1Flnno 1900Flynns
FlynnM Flnno Business Daalne College Colege 8t Stk and aDdI aDdIO K Ki C C5Certsus
5Certsus i Office O EUo EUoLumberhaa ExsntlxzatlonS ExsntlxzatlonSLumber
Lumber Lumberhaa has dropped at the Friendly FriendlyCorner FJendl7Cmer Friendi 7 7Corner
Corner Jf Cmer Y are an and nd sound soud best b boards b 150 r at 6th 6h and andJf as Dd DdY id idr
G Graduates Froui Fo 1 the Military 311lnr Acad Academy Acndemy Acadclay ¬
emy Aiwlcrned to Duty DutyBy Dnt DntDy DutyDy
Dy direction dIretio of the te Secretary S cet of War ar tie tieappointments te teappoinet theppointments
appointments appoinet a in the Army of the Uaitid UaitidStates Uald UaldSttes
States Sttes S tates and ad the asignmonts alsnmon to t caps p azd azdregiments ad adregiment adegiments
rth regiments regiment r to t date dte front rr rour June JU 13 1 1M D 1IO cf cfthe dthe cie
thth the th e followingnamed folowingced cadets t graduates gute of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e Military MUtr Academy Acdemy are announced announcedCorps anouc
Corps Cr of Engineers EnglneelTo EngineersTo To be b second scd lieu lieutenants leu leutennt lieuenants ¬
tA tenants tennt t George B Pilebury PI bury Edward Ewrd M MAdams 3L 3Ldaxca
Adams Ad A daxca To be additional addltorl second scOd lieaea lieaeaants Ue lieu e es esnts
ants a nts Gustave R R Lukeah Lk Edmund Eu M MRhett 31thelt
Rhett Rett I and John Joh R I Slattery SlatteryArtillery Slater
Artillery ArUer arm armTo To be b second send lieutenants lieutenantsCharles Icu lieutonantzCharles nnt
Charles hrles R I Lawson LwsonG s0 o the Seventh Seent Artll Artlltillery Arl Artliry
ler le leti ry Fncil Francis A A Pope Po to the Sixth A Ar Arllery
tillery Uler ti llery Gilbert Gilbr A A Youngberg Yogbri to the Third ThirdArtillery ThirdArtler Thirdrtillery i
Artillery Artler A Stanley P Hamilton Hun1n to the theSeventh theSventh
Seventh Sventh S eventh Artillery Arlery William Wllam P Stokey to toTheiSecond tote
TheiSecond te t he 1Second Send Artillery Atfer William Wlla I Wester Westervel WesterTl
vel Tl eB e el to the First Firt Artillery Artiery Frederick Feerick L LBuck 1
Buck Buc B uck to the Seventh Artillery Atle Jay P PHopkins PHopkins Popkins
Hopkins H opkins to the Seventh Sevent Artillery Artler Leroy LeroyT Lroy LroyT
T Hlllman Hima to the Seventh Sventh Artillery AUlier Up Upton Up ¬
ton t on Birnie Jr to the Second S Artillery ArtilleryArchibald Artier
Archibald A Atl H H Sunderland to the Sixth Sith Ar Artillery Artiler ¬
tillery tiler tl ilery Clarence Deems Jr to the te Sixth SixthArtillery Sith SithArtier Sixthrtillery
Artillery Artier A Raymond Ryond H H Fennerto Fenner t the te Salk SXthArtillery SthArtfer Salkrtillery
Artillery Artfer A Charles Carles L 1 J Frohwitter Fhwiter to tothe to tothe
the t he First Firt Artillery Artier Edward P Nones None to tothe tethe
the t he First Artillery Artler Clifford C Carson CaIn to tothe tothe
the th tht e Seventh Seenth Artillery Artiler John McManus cle to tothe tothe
the t he Third Artillery ArtilleryCavalry Arler ArtilleryCavalry
Cavalry var arm aTo armTo To be second send lieutenants lieutesaatsJoseph letet
Joseph J oseph eph A A Baer Ber to the te Sixth Sith Cavalry Cavlr
Frank Fn F rank O Whltlock Whitok to the Fourth F rth Car Cavalry ¬
alry ar a iry Charles Crles F Martin Matn to the Fifth Fith CvI Car Cavalry Cv Cvnlr ¬
alry nlr a iry Robert E Wood Wo to to the Third Cav Cavalry ¬
I alry aJl a iry Willis Wilg V Morris om to th t the Sixth Sixt Car Cavalry Cav Cariry ¬
alry aJr a iry Walter Wnle S s Grant Grant to the Sixth S Car Cavalry Cv Cval Carhy ¬
alry al s hy Charles Crle M Wesson Wen to the te Seventh SeventhCavalry SeventhCvar
Cavalry Cvar C avalry Morton oron C Mamma Mumm to the te Second SecondCavalry Secon
Cavalry Cvlry Frank Fnk P Amos Ao to to the First Firt Cay Cavalry Cayair ¬
alry air a iry Julian Julfn A A Benjamin BeDmln to the Third ThirdCavalry Thirt
Cavalry Cvar C John Joh Watson a to t the te Seventh See Car Cavalry C ¬
alry a iry Samuel R IL Cleaves
a Sauel I Geves to the First Frt Car Cavalry Cv ¬
alry alr a iry Lewis Lwi S s Moray Mory to the Tenth Tet Caval Cavalry Cva ¬
ry r I IR F James Jame Goethe 0 the Eighth Egkth Cavalry CavalryRobert Cvalr
I Robert R obert F Jackson Jac1n to the Fifth Frh Cavalry CavalryVarlen Cvar
Varlen V arion D Dixon to the Fifth Ffth Cavalry CavalryVerne Cnlr
I Verne Vere V erne La L S S Rockwell Rwel to the Eighth Eight Car Cavalry Cv CvaIr Cariry ¬
alry aIr a iry John Joh W WIten WU4n to the Eighth Eght Cav Cavalry Cavi ¬
i alry ar aI aIa ry George Gerge B Comly to t the te Fifth Fith Cav Cavalry Cv CarS ¬
I alry ar a iry Augustine Augustne McIntyre cIntye to the Ninth NinthCavalry NinthCulr
Cavalry Culr Charles Carle C Harvey Hae to the Seeead SeeeadCavalry SD SeeendCavalry
Cavalry Cvar Richard Rcd M Thomas Tom to t the Sec Second Second ¬
ond o nd Cavalry CavalryInfantry Cvalr
Infantry Inant arm an to t be e eeeoad e leuteBlt lieutenantsEdwin lieutenants lieutenantsEdwin
Edwin G Davis to the Fifth
Ewn Dlvls te Flt Infantry InfantryHerman Jarat
Herman Hern Glade Gade to the t Fourth F rt l laDt 1antry 1antryArthur antry antryArthur
Arthur P S Hyde Hye to tie te FUte FUt FUteath at Dtl mIss Infantry JaraBt ¬
try t t ry Harry Har E E Mitchell Utbel to t t tle the Foor FCt Foursath Foursathnfantry enUi enUiInfantry
Infantry I Ernest E Allen
to the
If 41e t U four fourteenth rCr rCrteeth ¬
teenth teeth t tS Infantry Frank Fk S Bowea Bwen to the tbeSixth th theixth
Sixth Sith S ixth Infantry Inat Fred Fe C Doyle Dl to t taeTwentyfirst UleTeny5rst tae
Twentyfirst Teny5rst Infantry lfu James J3 P Robtaaon Robtaaonto
to t o the Eleventh Eleveth Infantry Ifat Presiey Preey RI1 K KBrice
Brice Brice D elco to the te Fourteenth Frteut Infantry IDtaDt George GeorgeT Oge OgeT
T Perkins PerkD to tae t Twentieth Tetth Infantry InfantryThe IBat
The Te order orer making mlng tie t amlgaineats amlgaineatssigned uplat esignaeatsigned
signed s by Lieutenant General Mites
siged Ueecnt GeBn IJ con concludes C ¬
cludes eude e as a fellows fellowsThe fellws fellwsThe fehlow fehlowThe
The officers oer assigned U to the U line D of a the theArmy tileAry tb
Army Ary will wl report relt at a once oe by ly letter Jee to t their theirrespective ter terrupectve theirespective
respective r regimental ceamaaders
rupectve regDtl B8 who whowill w wl
will l assign alg them tm to t batteries bte troops tM and andcompanies a andompanies
companies c Those assigned to
epale T t regiments regimentsserving regt
serving sra s In whole wle or in I part in I Cuba C Porto PortoRico Pt PortoRico
Rico Ri or the Division Dd of o the t Philippines PlU will willbe wl wlb
be b b e attached atth to t baUtrfee tn trcopa and andpastes U C oo <
pastes pul p sates serving Hra therein tJre and a will wl be beeigaed b u utlge
eigaed mit mitThe tlge nt s n igned ut thereto thre as a far fa a as vacancies Y will wn per permit p ¬
The Th officers ofer assigned U to t regiments r a J not ot otserving
serving Eerag s in 1 Cuba Cub Porto P Rico Ri or the ti Dirt Division Dh1s Dirtloe ¬
sion s s loe of the tl Philippines PkUpe will wl join j their tr re respective re repeetive ¬
spective pee regiments regmel on August AU 1 IllS I860These U
These T Tho e assigned age to t regisaeate rgll serving arg aervingn
In i n Cuba Cub and aD Porto Rica RC will wl report rept in inperson 1f
person rt to t the t commanding 41g general Ierl De DenarUneat
narUneat te of o the te East Et Governors GO8 Island Islandter Is IslandNew
New ew YCk Took o on Aug August 1 1 1 1155 aD and wl wilt wiltproceed
proceed at the frt lest opportanicy ty te thereof
ter te t ee to Join jD their teir respective ret regiments regimentsThose rqat regimentsThose
Those ThO assIgned age to t regiments r xerriag MDg in inPhilippine Iewhle
whle whole 0 ci la pt part f in th the D Divielon o of l the
Pbipa Philippine will Wl report rep in i jiertna eoa M Au August Aug Assgust ¬
gust g 1 IllS 1 to t the t coBHnamttng oSeers oSeersof oe oeers
of 0 sash Mk poets U and a nd stations stt as a may bonsaI hereafter 1e bonsaItis ¬
te ter be b designated dste foe fo the t purpose PUr of ac accompanying a aenylDg ¬
enylDg companying recruits ent te that tt division di o er erto wto
to other ohr points Ps en e route rte and a upon 1 the tbeeoapletkm te tettu
r completion respective tve ttu regiments regimentaPATTL re of o 1at 1atPAU that tt duty dt will wi Join ja their tbeirrespective tir tirr
Health Ienlh of Captive CapthC American Officers OIHceraReported omee omeeRelaretl OfficersReported
Reported Relaretl Good GoodThe Gooe GoodThe
The War Department DeBt received refvM receire the Ue fol following following fallowing ¬
lowing despatches dcJtce linen fr Mnnfl lssila 1 today todayMsaite ty tyall tdayManila
Manila all Jane JUB 29 29Adjutant 21Adjutant
Adjutant odutnt General GeJrl Washington WashingtonSecaad WashlagteoSecond Wa eg
Second Seco Limit Let Paul Pul Drp Draper Twenty Tweatysecond TweBy Twentysecond
second Infantry Iatant drowned cr moralag J J8e JoSe ae
28 working OB ferry fe near a San S Antonio AntonioNueva Aatlo AatloNueva AntonioNueva
Nueva Eeija Etjn Luzon LuO body by not D yet re recovered recered recovered ¬
covered cered MaeARTHUR MaeARTHURPaul MacARTHURPaul acARTUI
Paul Draper was born 1 July 24 4 ISTS at atValley atVaey at atValley
Valley Vaey View Iowa Iowa and aa served se with w ta taSixteenth t S SSixteenth
Sixteenth Infant Infantry as private prlnte corporal corporalsergeant erl erlfeget corporalsergeant
sergeant feget and first 1rt sergeant seat of o Company Cpy D Dfrom Dfruly DS
from fruly f July 1S97 lSfi to November ISM He Hewas Hesmlg Mswas S
was serving smlg in the PhUpe Philippine Isbu Islands as a an anenlisted uenlsted aa I II
enlisted enlsted man ma at the te date te ot of appointment appointmentas applntent applntentW I
second lieutenant of the secoad secoadInfantry
as W send JeuteDat o tle Twenty TetyseO Twentysecond TwentysecondInfantry
Infantry and am was continually ontuly with > rlth Ji his hisregiment hisregiment hi S Sregiment
regiment to June Jun 2S 19M 19 when whe he was wasdrowned ws wsdroed wa 3 3drowned
drowned Luzon Luon near ne San S Antonio ABealo Naeva Xae EdJa EdJaLuzon Eca EcaLuon EcliaLuxon
ooMadla Manila June JuneuAdutant 29 29Adjutant 29Adjutant
uAdutant Adjutant General Gelurl Washington WashingtonLyel Wasl8gto WashingtonLyel
Lyel W Atkins Alkln A thins Company Cmpny I Thirty Tbirtyfifth Tlrty Thirtyfifth
fifth ffth Volunteer Voluteer Infantry Infatry wounded wo9ed in iaarm inarm inarm
arm moderate moerte and aD captured cpue May Iay 59 59was z i0 i0was
was w sent in by insurgents Inret June JUD 2 2Reports 21 21Repr 27Reports
Reports Repr health helh Charles Curie D Roberts Rot cap captain cp cptin captalii ¬
tain tin Thirtyfifth Thirtyffth Volunteers Youters and aa Pri Private Pi Pivate Prirate ¬
vate McIntyre Mcatyr good goodMaeARTHUR go goodCRUSKED
One Pittnuurir 11tM1aurg Fireman J Killed Kiled and andEleven and I IEleven
Eleven Others Ot rll Injured InjuredPITTSBURG InJuretlPITBUG InjuredPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG PITBUG June 23 29David DavW D1 J Wil Williams WI Willinens ¬
linens lams of No No 15 1 engine company cmpY was kill killed kl killed ¬
ed and eleven other oter firemen fmea were we hurt h rt by byfalling 1 b r rfalling 1
falling falng walls wals at a blaze bu that tt destroyed drye the theoffice tle ths S I Iomce
office building of the Best Det Manufacturing ManufacturingCompany MauufactarIn I
Company at Twentyfifth Tentyffth Street Se and a the theAllegheny te teAleheny tb e eAllegheny
Allegheny Aleheny Valley Valey Railroad Rlr0d this tai miug miugThe morningThe morning morningThe
The firemen fremen were standing stafg oa a fire es escape e escape ¬
cape on a level leel with the third floor 1 of o the thebuilding th tb tbbuildIng
building buiding when some of the wall above abovethem abve abvethem abovsthem
them toppled over and sent nearly ly all al to tothe tothe Ii Iithe
the ground ground One of them them Fred Fe Laanon Laanonwas Lnon Lnonw Lannoxiwas
was w knocked knoke into the e burning brnig building buildingbut bldlnc buildingbut
but prompt prol work ork by the rescuers recer saved savedhim 2Ve naves i iS
him from fra being bg cremated cremted Ambulances Ambulanceswere AmoJaes AmoJaesI Ambulancewere S
were summoned sUD and some of the injured injuredwere injureescrc
ne te inured inuredwere
were taken to the Mercy erc Hospital Hospitl whie whieother whitothers while whileothers
I others other went to the West w Penn Hospital HospitalPeter Holbl HolblPete HospitalPeter
Peter Pete Tamperinger Tmperinger of No No 15 had aa al ar arbandage artery artory
tory In hi his t arm cut but made a crud crudbandage
cut me cre crebdage
bandage bdage atd a o remained remaine at his post p until unU he hefainted hefainte b bfainted
fainted fainte from loss of blood blo He Ie may die dieCaptain dieCpWn dieCaptain
Captain CpWn McGuire also refused refuse to go g to t a ahospital ahospita ahospital
hospital hospita after being caught Cught In II the first firstcrash flt fltcra firs t tcrash
crash cra but was w crippled later lter by another anotherfall Dethe nethe 2
fall of a bricks brck and had to be b carried cried to an anambalanee anbulan a aambulance a
ambulance ambalaneeThe ambulanceThe bulan
The flames finme were confined confIed to the four fourstory fourstor fourstory
story stor office ofc building buiding but valuable Tuable blue blueprints blueI blu bluprs r rThe
prints print plans and models were destroyed destroyedThe detoye
I The loss is I estimated etnto at 1MOOO 1iO 1iOOrdered 100OOrdered
Ordered to Manila ManilaNEWPORT Jfnnln JfnnlnNEWPORT ManilaNEWPORT
NEWPORT NEWS WS Vs Va June 29 2Itu 2Itutenlt 29Lisa Lieu Lieutenant L Ly ¬
tenant tenlt Stanworth Stwoth who has h been on duty dutyat dut dutat y
at the shipyard shlpY3rd for some som time tme in connec cnnec conneclion
lion ton with the construction cnstructon of warships hips has hureceledorders ha S Sreceived
received receledorders orders from the department dlprtaent de detchlng deInching
Inching tchlng him hm from fre further service serice here and andordering ad adordering an d dordering
ordering him hm to t Manila Manila1O MaUa ManilaToClsziutauqua
1O To ToClsziutauqua Clinutnnqnn Cblntnnqna and Re R > flO flOtarn 10 10turn l 0 0turn
turn Tn via Pennsylvania PennylTonln Railroad RailroadTickets Rlrond RlrondT RailroadTickets
Tickets T bl good go going Ioin on 715 14 a a m I train tln from fromWashington trm fee a aWashington 1
Washington Wahlnon Friday Fridy July C and a for fo return tr whrn whrnproperly nb en enproperly
properly prpl validated nIte not later l t than tn August Augustand Agt 4 4Clt 4 4Best I
Best Clt and largest larr lt sized aled Shlnsrle ShlnIc COO COOper CI OO toF to
per 1000 10 made Ide of cypress cy Xo o 1 quality qly by F FLiblxy FLlb
Liblxy Llb fc 0 Co Co
JTi M r Bristow Blstow Confers Confer With Wih His De Department DeFirment Dopartznent ¬
partment Firment thief tliiefRe thiei thieile thiefe
Re le li e Will Stake a Complete n
11 fae Report ReportWhich Report5Whieb porJ porJhlcb
Which hlcb 3Iay Be De Given to the I Pblc PublJc PublJcDellne nbIIc nbIIcDeclines
Declines Declne to Expre Expr Express Ills J Opinion Opinionof
of the the Prosecution rosecuton of Xeely Se1r and nnc andOthers
Other1 Others Cnred Caned With 1tl DefaIC flcfaIcat1on flcfaIcat1onPourtb OD ODPth
Fourth Pth Assistant Alt Postmaster Pator General Gener Goneratristow
Bristow Dristo B ristow was at the department this
wa deprtent mom momIng n r rn rng
Ing lu g for the te first frt time since sDe his bl return returni retun retunfrom returnom
i from fr
om Coke He held a long
Cl he consultation consultationwith onuJtten onuJttenwit oenaultatiaaith
with wit w ith the PostsMurter Poter General Guerl after ater which whichhe whlohhe whiche
he b e announced 3mUUtn be h would woh say sy nothing nelg to toregard I hagard
regard rrd re gard to t the te remit relt of the visit vt bat It would wouldmake wof woukiake
make m ake a resort rer to Mr Smith St who w would wouldprobably wold woldprobby wouldrobably
probably probby p make mke all al or 0 part prt of o it public publicI JIHc
01 I went to Cuba
Cb saM s Mr Briatow as asthe ase
the th e representative rereenttve of o the Postmaster Poaer Gen General Generl Genral ¬
eral erl e ral and aa it i weald weW not at be b courteous Crte for me meto met meo
to t t o make me public pbf the te result r lt of the te trip tp unj ua1 ua1I l lI
I had reported reprte te him hi The work wrk of re reorganiziag r xerganiziag
organiziag orgzing o the te postal I service sre there tere Is I still stillgoing stl stilloing
going goig g oing on In accordance ardae with plans pans put la laoperation i Inperation
operation operten o before I left I may my return returnorder retu returnter
later la ter to se see 1 11 overtl overythIn Is i In workig workigorer working workingrder
order orderMr o rder rderMr
orer orer1r
Mr 1r Bristow Brew declined delb positively to t indi indicate lad ¬
ptnly lt
cate na te whether
heUer he believed ee Neely X y and his hi
confederates Ctederte c would WCI ever be punished or
weald w ould finally fialy escape ep The Te matter mter Jlhe was not nota
in I a his bands be said The
h h h sd money ley taken tke takeno
he h o added came from the
ade cme to cb postal postalrevenue postalevenues
pw pwreeue
reeue revenue r bet bt he would wod not D say whet wht bear b bearg ¬
ig la ing g this fact would wol have hve on the t e trial tI sad sadpunishment nailnnIshmen d dpnihmet
pnihmet p punishment nnIshmen of the offenders There was
o t oaeer wa no noway n noay
way w ay to replace the lo lent t
11 replae te money Iy lot except by 1J
recovering rTermg re reg what they the could cuW and a by Con Ceagress C Conross
I gress gre g ross appropriating the balance H
aprprtt bJaa He was wasunable wa wasnablo
unable ulabe u or nawllHag 1BWHg to give the fignres oa
the t he defateettoas as and loss t e
t delUH I by the O taeft tt ot
the te f5MiOO Ui1 worth we of o stamps smp ordered Odee de ¬
stroyed s T The Te question qa of o aowr h bow far tae
bondsmea b could be held
bm eJd b Jc entered largely
et8 largey
into l ate the te matter matterMr mUr matterwill
will 1 exDr esDIrecte Rt Rathbeoe be arroot
e e d Mr Brioow B was W ashed ashedGeaeral Me a
r eplied epliedAre I pree prefer to sy say aag nothing at about t tbat he
Ae Are ay any other arresfa oeoemp1e4edI
a 1atJte
w as s ake asked askedI
I cat cannot tell a at pemeat be awerl
11t J
T That wl still b be a me mattes r te the 19 Peetmeetor ale
Geaeral Gel G oneral to determiae determiaeHow c determtssH
c ation ationWell How H H w do d the t C Cnbaag regard re tbe t th defal defaloffenders de dePel
Well Pel he responded r
l re thInk
i al a ll Cubans w woedd be plessed
Cab < h p t Ia me t the
o pvnisbed M I am
ote a a sore aM Amen ¬
isaac lDS wowld wol be I A number Bub of e salaries s6 a A were wee
rhieed so 8 that Ut the t total to saving a In t el elarie eelrise
arie a rise will wl be h 1MM 1 per pr year yer Dr D DIreater e
Ratbbone Rtlb cut ct sS w the t i icreated alow allowances N bet la lacreM Iareased
created creM c the tl salaries s I Ition Ia t the re reorgaulas
Usa U the tb salaries l were wee reduced reuc so 3 that thattbey t
hey tH t are ar the ti same as paid p roe O the tbework t a amen amenwork
work Wk in the U United Uat States Ste ates In making the tbereductions UlereuUoDa theeductions
reductions reuUoDa r aad grading the s scJa salaries l res be becoatintted 1Meoatbaued beontinued
coatintted c I did
set consider eoG the person penonanty
anty a uty of t Ute man at all net De De1ds eaqatre abent iVj c
Ms h is exncntoK ex eB I regarded simply tile elMs claasof
of o f work done sad axed the aalartes st t
the t he same rate paid for that service Is the
United States StatesNo StatesX StatesN
No X clerks have resigned yet 1Jecae becan aeeaua elf ofeing
b being eing III asU and I am antiafted tb t y y4Mfe al allOW are arenow
lOW I ssl aU the weak k ls WW If r am
c o f then sbni r8 Uter wi k
4Mfe d I ilSeolty ity y te antes their plmej nteee as tbs tbsalarlfi eai eaiesianies
alarlfi MIarIealIted esianies31slatsd alarlfiH
H lIted aUted the work of reorgsaJntiM NOr88 reorganhatise was wasI g
beingr b e eoBtlnwed ttnned I by b ennht A Ainspectors Ada AdahIspeeton Ameelcas pst pstthrs
inspectors thrs among them In Inacting JapeeuIr r F Fcting
a acting director of Calla posts Wtennnr WbrIe
Mr l Ie Fe Foane npnotetment wed WMltt WMlttpe be haer nMn nMnpermaaent
pb permaaent pe p er naaeat or not he wan w unable 1III Je to soy myut
bat b ut while be was in charge char be wased WAS WASed ndwn ndwnd
ed e d with the
same unlimited OWes OWesb7 p psensed pee peeeesed
sensed s by Mr r Rathbone He Hrably waaY waaYaWy prsb prsbbly
ably a bly be under the direct si sitbe supersisles e etile 1 1he
tile t he Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Generala
1S a s tile Bureau Bur of Poetofflee Inspector 1 1tIIICIe to towi Inandes
tIIICIe wi r that branefe at the depnrUMW d PIUUMIIC Mr MrBrtotow Mrlinlatow
Brtotow expects e to make his repent at atL atREQUISITION atonce k konce
once L
Postmaster Genei Geneitlmntcfc General Submits Ilia Iii H HtlmutC21 Ratimates
tlmntcfc for the tla Fiscal Year YearThe lenrThe YearThe
The Postmaster General has made a are arequest re request request
quest for the number of postage stomps stompsof stamftSel stampsof
of all deaoaiaatioBs which it is esti estimated eetfmated ostimated ¬
mated will be seeded during urIBg Ute centos centosfiscal oetegAs eendegdecal
fiscal year yearHe yearHe yearHe
He hex asked for lt7SlS6 1 I5781SGSl SG i eog 8Il eaj cent ceatstamps CeDtstamps centstamps
stamps 31 31t983t1H 9S34Me ° twes 3 3 37ISSSI 37ISSSIthrees 7MMflF 7MMflFthrees III IIIthrees
threes 3CSMW 35 fours 622M G 62215515 Ht M fives fives9Se0 fives9see
9Se0 9500 I8 M sixes 16SMM9 16SM eights 26lMtM 26lMtMtens 261SSISStens 61 61tens
tens 3SMM4 3SM fifteens s TCM9 74 fifties 4t 4tone 4 4one 4SJN 4SJNone
one dollar stamps 3M 3 35W two dollar stamps Btampsand NamIMiaad stampsand
and 4M0 4 five dollar stamps 0f the ten teacent tencent tencent
cent special delivery stamps 7SMMC iSM were wereasked werensked wereasked
asked for forThe forThe forThe
The postage due stamps asked for are S 5 51iM
5 1iM 540504 W ones 141590M 141 tCItt twos SOOM 500 threes t s
1 15 1555555 MM fives fives 2W9 oSei o tens 4M t 4545 tbirtys tbirtyssad t ktvsaad thIrtpssad
sad 20M fifty cent stamps Assistant AsaistaDtretary Sec Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary Vasderllp has autberized aut erlzed Ute Bu Bureau 0reau Barosa ¬
reau o of Engraving and Printing to preann preannthftse
these stamps subject to demand frem from the tbePestofHce tJtePestofike thePostoffice
PestofHce Department DepartmentDesigns DeptlrtrBentDesigns DepartmentDesigns
Designs were submitted today te Asefot Asefotant A86Itant Aseletant
ant Secretary Vanderlip for his approval approvalfor appr npprfoe
for the PaaAaeriean Exposition pestags pestagsstamps P8MBDsstamps posingastamps
stamps of six denominations of 1 which which tfce tfceBureau itBureau th thBureau
Bureau of Engraving and Printing will willprobably alitprobably 1 1probaDly
probably issue about a billion next year yearTbese yearT1Ie8e yearThese
These stamps s will be oblong la shape sbafMsimilar sh8ttesllIar shapesimIlar
similar to tile Worlds Fair and Omaba OmabaHxpoeitioa 0 0ErJo OeeabExposition
Exposition ErJo stamps aDd will be printed pc1 in intwo Iatwo Intwo
two colors cows at the special request of 1 the tbePenAmericaa UIePeaAmerkaa thePenAmerlean
PenAmericaa Exposition promoters at atBuSalo atDtlllak atBeeltajo
BuSalo > seconded seee by the Poetemce e De Department DepartJlt8Rt Bepartasat ¬
partment On the t e 1eent 1ee t stamp will be bean Maa bean
an engraving e vln of a large lake steantaWci steantaWciOn stea steaO
On the 2ceat cent stamp a railroad traf train a wilt w4Happear vulappear wiltappear
appear caning COIDI nearly bead oa DB OB the tJMcoat 4 4cent
coat stamp will be a picture of aa auto automobile uNomobile natoOn ¬
mobileOn mobile mobileOn
On the SeeBt stamp will appear a pc peFalls pctUe pctare
tare or t the e Seapeaslon IIlp IDdo Bridge at 1APA NiagisaFalls
Falls Os the Sceat stamp wi wil 11 I be Ilea Ileapkture a apicture apicture
picture of the Soo locks with ships pa paIng 11
lag through them taken from tile tileOa heaable heaableOa h Sk SkOs
Oa the Mceat t stamp will be aa Ameri Americas Arlcan Aarrjcan ¬
can eagle with a stand of flag tlJI flags OB either eftnerside eI eitherside or orsidc
side representing repr eBUDg the Sags el all the na nalions nations anhosts
lions of the Western Hemisphere HemUpbereAs
As many of tbeae stamps will be prated pratedas prntsdan
as there i a demaad for fort forLleutcnnnt forLieutenant
Lleutcnnnt t EiarlcHs Remains RcmalnitTbe ReJURlnAThe RemainsThe
The supply plr ship lf Scindia left Gibraltar OArattaryesterday 0ANaIbtyetterday Gibraltaryesterday
yesterday for Cardiff Wales where wherewill 8n 8nwHl
will 1 fill her bunkers with coal and aMlroceed then tbeaproceed thenproceed
proceed to Tan The Scindia S D 1 has ea board boardtbe bo boardthe nI nItlo1e
the body of Lieut Charles H Emrfeb EmrfebUnited EtarJdlUDlted rie rieUnited
United States Navy a7 who > died at Hong Hongkong Hgkoug Heegkong ¬
kong His remains trill be transferred to toa toa toa
a steamer bound for th the United States Statesind StatesEnlneer StatesEngineer
Engineer and Fireman Killed 1iIIIedHARRISEURG KilledHARRISBURG KilledHARRISEURG
HARRISEURG Pa June 29 1JH 1JHer 21Jabnoyer Jeha JehaCoyer
Coyer oyer er fireman was killed and Jams JamenfStrego JamsStreso JaineaStrego
Strego engineer engineerserlCHIsly seriously Injured by by31l byaecideat ayaa
aa accident to toa a freight train on the theSteelton theSteelton thaStoelton
Steelton branch of the Philadelphia and andReading aDdReading snWReading
Reading Road yesterday y afternoon afternoonSouth la laSouth 1nSouth
South harrisburg Jonas Frey brakamaa brakamaahad braknDahad brakiumsabasS
had an arm broken and sustaIned other othorinjuries o otherInjuries h htnJuries
injuries The accident was canted by the ttctrtla tLetrain thetrIn
train running nntng into an open switch switchD switchD
D 4 < 5 fc O WeekEnd Seashore Excnr ExcnrIon Excnrtana Exenraicna
tana aicnaAll Ion IonAH tanaIt >
AH It season ftL Ticket good Being on aH trains traicsPiim trWsPricflp trainsPnida
Piim Pricflp Pnida and Satur Satu Saturdz < a7S raliU I ferretuna for r return unfit andtTwseiy ammy unfitTveu4j
Twseiy Tveu4j y fIn 500 OG fer lee the ramdtrip to toAtlantic toAtkatfe toAtlantic
Atlantic City ty Cape C2 May 112 Ocean City and Sea SeaIsle sne Sealate
Isle e City CityLowered CityLone CityLowered
Lowered Lone d Rate now on Lumber LUlnber and andirilvcork nnlrrn antiiriltroek
irilvcork rrn tk and clear doors only tLS L25 at Cth sa4 oJN mJN
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