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NUI UMBER ER I 1543 Tt WASHINGTON V MONDAY ONDA Y JULY 9 1900 PRICE ONE O r CENT C r
THE THETlEliai TIENTSIN FiGHT FiGHTDesperate HGHTDeSIcrate
Desperate Engagement EIl ngement of Allies AlliesWith AlliesVith
With Vith the Chinese ChineseTHE ChineseTIlE
THE CITY AGAIN BESIEGED BESIEGEDWomen BESIEGDVomeu
Women and NonCombatants Un Unable Unnbleto ¬
able nbleto to Het Jot Away AwayBATTLE A wlr wlrBATTLE
BATTLE LASTING SEVEN HOURS HOURSCelestial nounseh
Celestial eh ltlnb Ilejcnn fle = un the th Attack cnck at 4 A Altl A
31 With 1th nn Accurate Accurni ccurz and nd Dcntrnc Dcntrnctlve DCJltruethe
the Fire Flr plrclnternutIonnL Intcrnatioiinl Forces lIe IlcItlled lIeIIlIed HepIIeil
Itlled AVlth In Gun GU Guns Tnken From the tiieIlrltiHli tbellrltlb
IlrltiHli Cruiser Terrible TerrlbhTltc The Com Common ComUlon ¬
mon Enemy Enena Afterward rternnrd5ucccIIKsulI rternnrd5ucccIIKsulIAttacked SnccesHfnlly SnccesHfnllyAttacked SucceiisfiillyAttacked
Attacked liulcr Cover of Naval and nndKleld nn1lItld
Kleld Artillery ArtlllerOlrlnct rrlncc Chlnff He Reported Heported UeIlorted
ported to Be DcfciiilIiiK the Pekln PeklnIVKratioii llklnLcJtationa PekinLrgatIon
IVKratioii With a Royal Army ArmyLONDON Arlu ArluLO
LONDON LO DO July 0 0Disquieting Disquieting reports reportsconcerning reportsconcernlnl reportconcerning I
concerning tbo th renewal of attacks on Tien Tientsin TIentsln T1012tMn ¬
tsin which came in yesterday are today todayverified toda todavcrlfied
verified by a detailed det led account of the des desperate desporate desporate ¬
porate fighting fighting in the city where Sey Seymours Seymours SeymoUrS ¬
mours broken relief column took refuge refugeafter reCugeaCter refugcafter
after Its failure to reach Pekin PekinThe PekinThe
The latest iatost information concerning the thesituation th m
situation at Tientsin is conveyed in a des dobpatch del delpatch despatch
patch from Cbefoo of yesterdays date dateprinted dliteprinted datipiloted
printed here this afternoon It says saysThe far farTke ayZ
Tke allies are hard pressed Their com communication cammunlcoUons ¬
munication with Taku except by water waterarc waterar wateare r
arc ar practically cut off The besiegers b6s1 ers num number nImber80000 ¬
ber ber80000 80000 The women wcmenand and noncombat noncombatants noncombatants ¬
ants cannot bo sent out of the place leec leecthey Ieeethey lee C
they be massacred while trying to reach reachthe r read readthe ach achthe I
the coast coastGeneral coastGeneral
General Mah ab with 10000 Chinese troops troopshas troopshas
has reoccupied the arsenal They hava havaheavy hav6heavy hay hayheavy S
heavy artillery and ani arc bombarding the po position po poItlon poaltion ¬
sition Itlon of time international troops troopsThe troopsThe troopsThe
The Chinese are throwing up fortifica fortifications tortlflcltlons ¬
tions in the native city The Russians Russiansbombarded RussIanslombarded Russianbombarded S
bombarded that portion of the city on July Jul y yThcbombardznoflts
3 2 The Thcbombardznoflts bombardments were wc unsuccessful unsuccessfulThe unsuccessfuLThe unsuccessfuLThe
The Itnllrond Destroyed DestroyedThe DctroedTh DestroyedThe
The Th Chinese urtlllcry in the recent close closeinvestment closeIneatmeot cbs a
0 aS
investment concentrated their fire so as asto asto a S
to destroy the railroad and the rolling rollingBlock rolllngatock mum g
Block They fired about 5iO 5 0 shells and andthose andthose an d
those wrecked the rolling stock and the theroad theroad Lb Lbroad e
road completely completelyThere completelyThere
There i 111 no hope oj getting a column columnready columnready U
ready to advance on Fekin for at least two twoweeks twoweeks tw twweeks 0
weeks Experts say 5 that such an advance advancecan advaneeon e eL
can scarcely sewcui Le attempted before Septem September September L ¬
her ber The RuMians have landed S060 080 men menat mennt me meat a
at Taku The foreign settlement is at the themercy themercy tim e emercy
mercy of two Chinese forts equipped with withKrupp wIthKrupp wit h hKrupp
Krupp guns These forts command two twosides t90Ides t tsides
sides Ides of the city cityA eIt eItA cityA
A despatch to the Central News iws from fromTientsin tromTietltsln froi n nTietsIu
Tientsin dated July 2 by way of Chefoo ChefooJuly Chffoo ChffooJuly Chefo ChefoJuly
July 4 reports repor further heavy fighting at atTientsin atTientsin iA iATientain
Tientsin The Th allied forces made mae a aonnoiasenee icc icconnolssanee lee leeonnolsSClnco
onnolssanee In force on July Jul 1 L They were werevigorously wereV1orously wer e evigorously
vigorously attacked by the Chuese from fromthree rromthree tro I Ithree
three different directions and for a time timea tIm tima
a detachment of o Russians while holding a abridge abrlde abridge
bridge to the eastward was In a desperate desperateposltloa desperate1I000ItlOD e epoeitloa
posltloa The great strength of 0 the Chi Chisese ChInese Ch I Ilinac
sese surprised everybody everybodySeven evcobotlySevcn everybodySeven
Seven hours FIjEhtlncr FIJhtlnlA Flh1n Flh1nA
A despatch despa c from Tientsin dated July 6 6rays 6f 6rays I
rays f S the Chinese attacked Tientsin that thatmorning that1Il th C Cnornbng t
morning 1Il rnlng < but after seven hours fighting fightingAcre fightingJere fightin g gacre
Acre driven off In the earlier fight ght th thVMSsIona the theISian8 tI 10 10missians i
VMSsIona ISian8 suffered severely mostly in inWounded inound Inroundod
Wounded WoundedThe roundodThe ound oundThe
The Chinese befan the attack at 4 a l m mkith mkith n nkm i
kith twelve guns Their fire was accurate accuratelad accuratend accuma to tomd e
lad nd destructive de > tnctlve The allies replied with withluns withuns wit lb lbtuns h
luns uns from the British cruiser Terrible TerribleA lerrlblcA
A force of 1000 foreign foreI troops latt lattmarched lat latnarched att attarchcd
marched archcd out to attack the Chinese under underlover undcItover und undlover 1
lover of naval and field artillery By 1 1i 1m 1In
i > m the Chinese wore compelled to re relire J JUre r t tm 1
J JThe m
lire UreThe
The situation at Pekln is still tlU unknown unknownAll unknownAll n nAU
All sorts of a reports are in circulation circulationS as asthey asthey asthey s
they have been for weeks but nothing nothingcomes nothingcomes nothl K gcomes
comes to satisfy anyone here that optical optimistic optlmlltic Is Istic ¬
tic rumors arc worthy of credence The Thefact Thebet T Ice Icefact l6
fact of the matter m tter is that none of the out outside outIIlde oij It Itaide ¬
side world but the Chinese know whet has hashappened basbappcned ii a ahappened is
happened in the capital although theme is isno IsJlO isso 13
no reason real on to doubt judging from general generalreports g gene Deral Deralr al alreports il
reports r portll of carnage and destruction that thatthe thatthe tim at atthe
the foreign diplomats have suffered the thelogical thelogical t he heuogical c
logical result of a murderous Chinese up uprising uprisIng u p prising ¬
rising
Defending the tli KoreljrncrsA Koreljrncrs
A despatch to the Admiralty Admlrnlt from Rear RearAdmiral Reardmlral Re ar arAdmiral lr
Admiral dmlral Bruce at Taku however as s
says saysthere saysthere Ta Tathere
there are grounds for hoping that Prince PrinceChing Prin PrinChing cc ccChing
Ching wiQ IQ an army is at Pekin protect protecting protectfDe protti t tIng ¬
ing the legations against Prince Tuans Tuansarmy Tuansarmy Tuai ls lsarmy s
army and the Boxers The
elegram is isdated Isdated 18 S Sdated
dated July 7 7Advices 7Adices 7Advicea
Advices from Brussels an eny ny that a des despztch di lesp ma mapatch
patch p ttch from Shanghai Shan hal declares that the theloyal theIyal be beloyal 10
loyal Iyal troops under Prince Ching have at attacked altacked ILtacked l ¬
tacked the rebels at Pekin PekinIt PeklnIt PekinIt
It is staled that us a result
of the
ex exchange exchange e x xchange ¬
change of pourparlers between
ctween the powers powersthe pOCrEthe powe 11 11the 5
the Japanese
Commanderinchief will willcommand c Ill llJcommand Illcommand 11
command the allied forces for
the relief
of ofPekln otFekln ofPekin f
Pekln A despatch to
a news
agency from fri mm n
Yokohama says the Japanese Government Governrnc nt it
has finally decided < to Increase its force in n
China to 23000 3000 men and 5000 OOO horses horsesf horsesq14
f q14 14 to Cincinnati nod
Return Vlu 1 U Uc 11k Iigt
k < c o H n nAccount Rount Ittceount
Account < ount E c Y P V A A A Julv July 10 to 13 fa r re me
turn to 17th except hv b by drp drp depeeit lit < it and payment of
U co cent emu ticket will iII I IJe
extended to August uust 10 10MBBterfMK 10Ilaatertul IC I IPlszeterfnmrIutb
MBBterfMK PlszeterfnmrIutb Lntlii todt SU UO t linr facet t Lntha Lnthait lie lieat i
at Jowerei lo lowered cr prices at Friendly Cornrr Cth and nd tJ
Ii LT T av
I CHINESE CHlNE E WAR SUPPLIES SUPPLIESStatement SUPPLIElSCntm
Statement SCntm St seiiint n Made Ial by b Mr Wymllinni VntUlnnl In Inthe Intb intbc
the tb IfotiNc of Common CommonLONDON ConUlonIoXDOs ComnumonmIAIN
LONDON IAIN DGN July 0 9In In the theHouso House of Com Commons Commons Consons ¬
mons co coli ons today Mr George Wyndhara ndham Par Parliamentary ParlIamentay ¬
liamentary li amentary Secretary of State for War Warstated Var Varated ar arstated
list
stated st ated that 71 71luns guns of position with 11740 11740rounds 11710rounds 1I74tunds
rounds ro unds of ammunition 123 fields guns vith v1th4OO Jth
40400 d 400 rounds and 297 machine guns with with42284CO
42284CO 4 84110 rounds ot of ammunition had been beensuppjlel beenl beeappei
4au
suppjlel l au auis ppei t Li j China since April 1S05 by b Brit British BrItIsh Brith ¬
ish is h firms firmsA 1lnnsA finnsA
A German firic flrn had supplied supp Ied Chin with with4GOOCO with0OCO ith ith4GOoeO
4GOOCO 46 46of 0OCO Mauser rifles and 3000000 3000 000 ouada IDuudsot ouadaof oud oudammunition
of ammunition in the same period periodI p periodTE rlod rlodTEE
I TEE SENTIMENT IN ENGIiAND ENGIiANDUeslre ENGLA1lD1Jlr ENGLA1Desire
Ueslre D esire to to Have Un Japan Send n Great Grntrlu GreatArmy < IrentArmy
Army rlu to Cliiiui CliiiuiLONDON ChinnLOXDO ChtnaiLONDON
LONDON LOXDO July 9 9In In the House of Com Commons C Coatons m mmons ¬
mons rn ons this afternoon Right Hon William WilliamSt WillinmJ llll1m llll1mSt
rnSt
St J Brodrick Under Secretary for For Foreign For ForElgn Forgn ¬
eign ci gn Affairs said the House Hougo would ho glad gladto gladto
cito
to learn that the Government Go ernmcnt of Japan Japanwas J3plnwas
tow
was w as prepared to send such reenforcements reenforcementsto
to China as would bring the number ot olJapanese otJapanese
Japanese Ja Jade panese troops there up to 20060 O O without withoutdelay withoutdelay
delay delayOie delayOle de lay lay0me
Ole battalion of infantry Inrant awl three bat batteries batteries batries ¬
teries te ries of artillery left Japan for Taku on onJuly onI onuly
July J uly 6 6I 6DETROYED 6DETROYED
I I DETROYED BY B THE CHINESE CHINESEGermnn CHn CBINESEermunn E EGermnn
Germnn G ermunn and American Missions MissionsWrecked 11IIllon 11IIllonrckell I1aslonsWrecked
Wrecked rckell at ShantniiR ShantniiRBERLIN SbnntnnJnERLl SlmantuligBERLIN
BERLIN nERLl = July 9 90mclal Official advices state statethat statethat
that t hat several German Catholic and Ameri American AmerIcan ¬
tc
can c an missions in Shantung have been de destroyed detroed ¬
stroyed stroyedThe j troed troedThe troyedThe
The missionaries mls onaries escaped escapedI cscapedFRANCE
I PRANCE TO SEND TROOPS TBOOPSComplete rrROOPSCUIDIlete
Complete C Colonial qlonlRI Division In to He HeOrdered lieOrtl
Ordered Ortl red to China ChinaPARIS ChInaPARIS Chum
PARIS July 9 90The The Budget Commission Commissioni Comml slon slontoday
i today t voted a supplementary credit of 14 14i 14SOOOOO
i 500000 z francs for the purpose of > mf r sending ndlns a acomplete acomplete
complete c division of colonial troops and re reenforcements reenforcements
ce
enforcements e for the naval forces to China ChinaESCAPE Ckln3ESCAPE ChinaESCAPE
ESCAPE OF FOREIGNERS rOSSIQNEBSIlrlitnh FOREIGNERSllrHIh
Ilrlitnh B ritish Bible Society Soelt Aucitt Cnt Klee KleeKrom JJcroln FCecFront
Front roln 3ukdeii 3ukdeiiLONDON IIIlen IIIlenLONOO
LONDON LONOO July 9 9The The agent of the theBritish theDrltlsh timiritish i
British B ritish Foreign Bible Soeietj at Shanghai Shanghaicables ShaBghaicables
Bc
cables c today that the agents of the society societytit r
tit it t Tientsin and Mukden with their wives wiveshave wivebavened wivenave
have bavened h ave fled and are safe safeThe sareThe
The Mukden ukden depot which l Is the head headquarters lleaaquarters kea ¬
quarters q uarters of the society for Manchuria facto hl1 hl1been m
1 been b een destroyed destroyedHURDESED destro7ed1a1UItDERED
MURDERED AT MUXDEW MUXDEWCatholic 1IUKDENCnthollc MUXDENCatholic
Catholic MisnlonnrlcM nnd Two Sin Sinter SiKt Sictens ¬
ter t tens rH Slain liy 11 Chinese ChineseCHEFOO CIainCCHEFOO
CHEFOO July 9 9The The Catholic Bisbop Bisboptwo Doptwo Btsoptwo
two prelates and two sisters were ere mur murdered murdered ur urdered ¬
dered at Mukden last Friday Frida The mission missionwas mis8lenwas
was burned Nine sisters and a priest priesthave priesthae pileshave
have arrived here by b steamer from Ni Nisu Ieu IeuChwang u uChwang
Chwang ChwangCHINESE ChwangCEINESE
ChwangCIIINESE
CHINESE TRADE INJURED INJTJBEDOrdern INJUREDOrder INJVBDDOrders
Order to American House to Delay DelayShipment Ucla UclaShlpment r rSlilpment
Shipment of Goodx GoodxNEW CtIlEW
NEW YORK July 9 9Th The iffe dfelt of the IheChinese theChinese mb a
Chinese uprising upon trade oS s Jadleatcdin ladicatoIn Indicated Indicatedin m I
in this despatch which the Fhaaglmriaan Fhaaglmriaanager baBgkaiIBIiBaeor hasgha IB M Magor
ager of the Hoagkong IIo gkoDg and Shanghai Beak Baaking nuking Beaklog
ing Corporation has cabled to A M 1 Town Townsend Townend Townsend
send end its New York agent agentYou agentYou agentYou
You must insist ins let that constituents ar arrange arrange anrange
range to delay shlpmenta of geods they theyhave tbeybave tbe 7 7have
have contracted for until December ember or Jan Jsnuary JanU1
Jaat
nary U1 Storage facilities here are exhausted exhaustedThere e cxhausteThere Jall5tedThere t
There Is no prospect pros t of selling before beforespring berorespr1Dg beforspring i
spring I do not anticipate aDtlclpt e that contracts cOBtractswill contractswill p i
will be repudiated but postponement et etshipments of ofshipments a ashipments 1 t
shipments Is absolutely absolute necessary D essary Manu Manufacturers Mannfacturers Ianl Ianltaturers ¬
facturers must assist assl t at present crisis crisisBIDDEFORD crisisDIDDEFORD
BIDDEFORD Me July 9 9The The trouble troublein e
in China has completely cut off 1ft if the China Chinatrade ChInotrade Chin a L
trade of the Pepperell Cotton Mills a large largepercentage larg largpercentage largpercentage C
percentage of whose product in recent years yearshas yearshas year a ahas
has been shipped to Shanghai ShanghaiIt
It is probable that the mills will have haveto baveto hew C Cto
to curtail their production or change over overfrom oe oetrom r rfrom
from export e port drills to domestic dom Uc goods goodsSETTEE goodsLETTER goodsPRO1r71I1s
SETTEE FROM PRO1r71I1s MIlS CONGER CONGERMtnlMerx CONGERlIniter CONGERMinisters
Ministers lIniter AVI AVISerionK Vlfe If lld Id Not AntldUlte AntldUlteSerlou e eSerious
Serious Trouble TroubhGALESDURG
GALESBURC Ill July 9 9Relaties Relatives of ofMinister 0 0Unlster c f
Minister Conger have received a letter letterrrom letti lettifrom tr r
j
from Mrs Conger in which she se e says saysOf sasOt sayscourse
Of course you see much about the Box Boxers DoxerF 1101era ¬
ers In the home papers While there theresiims theresms them e
siims cn to be much unrest among this class classot clam clamof 5
of people we do not fear danger coming comingto Comic Comicto
to us us There have been some missionaries missionariesand mlsIonrlcsand s
and native natIv converts molested and badly badlytreated bad badltreJted ly sly
treated not many miles from here What Vh hat hatthe St
Vhis
the outcome will be we cannot even guess guessnow bUessnoW gue guenow is
now but we hope for the best and believe belle e ethat ethat
that none of the legations will be molested molestedh tnolesteMr
Mr tr Conger thinks many of the foreign foreignministers toreigumlnlst foreii foreiiministers
ministers mlnlst s believe that the greatest trot trothies trotblesare Uct a ables
hies blesare are over We 0 feel perfectly safe safeFIRST safeFIRST
FIRST SIGNS O OF F TROUBLE TROUBLEA
A letter J tt r From n Woman nannn Guest Ul t of ofHnlster i Sr Srillinlater f
Minister CouKer CouKerCHICAGO COQJcrCHICAGO CougerCHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill July 9 9Morgan Morgan S Wood Woodward Woo Wooward Wooward
ward of Evanston has received a letter letterfrom lettcrfrom letti lettifrom
from his daughter lone who with her hermother hi r
mother basbeen the guet of United States State3Minister Stat StatMinister 53
Minister Conger and Mrs Conger in Pekin PeklnsInce Pek in insince
since April 4 The letter reached Chicago Chicagol6 Ch1ea to toml
on 0 Monday last It teemed with the im impending Impending 1mm 1mmpending ml ¬
pending troubles and uttered clearly the thefear thetear tI tie tiefear
fear of the ministers that serious rlous trouble troublewas Ucub b bW5S
was was bound to come It reads in part as asfollows asrollows asfollows
follows rollowsUnhed followsUnited
United States Legation Pekin > ekln China ChInaMay Chin a aMay
May 23 1900 1900e We are approaching ai > rc3chlrig a seri serious serious sec seccrisis
ous crisis The ministers met yesterday at atthe atthe atthe
the Spanish legation and after having con consulted co a asuited
suited together eltveu being present presenttold pres pressaltold nt nttold
told the TsungHYamen that they must mustget mustIet mu St Stget
get the decree against the Boxers from the theEmperor theEmperor t he heEmperor
Emperor which the Yamen have at la last lastconsented st stconsented t tconsented
consented to do The Emperor is to state cta tate tatetbo to tothe
the punishment and the penalties for the thecrimes thecrImes z he hecrimes
crimes of o the leaders and nd to have them themenrorced the rn rnenforced
enforced unless the conditions are chang changed changed chan 5 5ed
ed and the Boxers stop their lawlessness lawlessnessToday lawlessnessToday awlessnessToday
Today they burned a railroad bridge bridgenear bridgenear brid go gonear
near Tientsin and the foreigners have all allleCt dlleft
left the city ciy on the other side of the t he
bridge Mr Conger is i very grave and ad says sa 15
it I is j a serious time and that tlat a few days daysperhaps daysperhaps day rs rsperhaps
perhaps tomorrow tomorro1 will 11 culminate either eiher In Inthe Intbe Z Zthe
the Emperor quelling quelng the forces or in the t he
Boxers getting more power and ther therle therleen > iea a ayen
yen en help Iltlp us usI usFire
Fire nt Moses lUoael 4 fc t Sons SonsA SonBA SoneA
A fire in the basement bacmcnt of the furniture furnitureestablishment furnitureestabishment furnltu in inestablishment
I establishment of W B
estabishment Moses Sons at a athe athe
the corner of Eleventh and F Streets Street Stint tts ttsnorthwest
northwest at 230 this afternoon aernon attracted atracted atracteda attract ed eda
a large crowd crwd and an caused caaed much excitement exciteme
exctement
because of the dense
be3Ue o smoke that poured pour
from rrm tho building buidng The firemen fremen responded respond ed edpromptly
promptly prompt and confined confe the blaze aze to the tbewaste t be bewaste
waste material in which Jt originated The T he
damage daage is I estimated estmated at 1000 1000iJJt 0 0lt Te
iJJt lt To Cincinnati Clnelnnat nnil nnit Return netnln 14 14Via 1 1VJa 14Via
Via Pennsylvania lnnHhonnln ICallroad ICallroadAccount Unlroad Unlroadolunt ItalirondAmtount
Account Convention Con tnton Ibptitt ptlt Young onR People Ptple C a
rates tnicn Tklds Tickets on tale July 10 It o 13 1Jgooj KXKX to
return reur ulicim licn 111 properly properl validated nUdt to July Il 1 17 1 Ex Fo 1
tension tensin to Atcut I t 10 can n Sw ti obtained by de
positifig itir llcleti tceu with wlb Joint A ASouUI Agemm AgemmSound eri otbiDe
Sound arood 0011 Xo a Flooi Ilc Pbootnn n nnnh onlo R Rptr i2 i2prr1lo 2
ptr prr1lo f ° ° q u ttI Nor Xo Car
C 10 Jq I CUpine linCr pine Krant ank i Lflml cy y
Yi VO ll HlARS llhill FROM SHEt IIIIII G GOptmstc
Optimistic Optmstc O Debpatch Desp tch Alleges Aleges Safely Slfeyof
of Two Legations Le tonsonJuI on July 3 3The 3I
Ti The I me Statement StutIUC lt Flint AH Al Foreign Mia MlniNtern 31n 31nIltCr
iNtern IltCr In Ieklu I klu Were ere Alive Al e on the theIlute thenutl
Ilute rVnrnetl ttuictl Dlniirpvetl DhllrO 1 by b the Pre PreIou
vlon Iou Ious Announcement nuountClcnt That Tnt the th Con Conrier ConI Conncr
rier Iilr ncr I Ief Left eft the tb Chinese Chlnele Capital ollUnl on onJune
I June Zi RSTbe Thc Fact That Food ood and nntlAmnauulton
Ansiiiuiiition Amnauulton Aimimnuti it ion Were ere Exhausted Exbutted Many 3Inu 3InuUn
Dnjn Un ARO 0 Notv ow OfficIally OniClnl Confirmed Cunfrmed Confirmeditegnrilcd i
Ite Ienrtd itegnrilcd artled n us Proof That Tlln t the tlC IJiplo IJiplonintM nlllo nllloIlnt
Ilnt amuSe and Their Tlacl helr FainilleK F pjuniliecre mUle Are re Dead DeadThe
The Chinese Chlnle Minister fnlster Wu 1u Tingfang Tingfangcalled Tlnfangcaled
called caled ca ild at t tho State Department today and anddespatch andprescnted
prescnted pr esented to Seerotry Secretary Hay the folowIng folowIngdtspatch following
despatch dtspatch de spatch from the Imperial ImprlalDrcctor Director Gen General General ¬
eral or al of Telegraphs Teegrphs In China d dated ted Shang Shanghai ¬ I Ibal
bal ha i July S SOn sOn
On July Jul 3 1 two legations Itgatons in Pekin Pekinstill PCklnstl
still stl preserved All Al ministers safe safeRebellious afc afcRebelous
Rebellious Rebelous troops and rioters doter make at attacks attack ¬
tacks tack and suffer suler many losses Imperial ImperialGovernment ImpcrlalGoerment
Government Goerment Is protecting protectnl but meets meetsdifficulty m et
difficulty dl cuIy in doing so It I is feared that thatfood thatfod
food fod and ammunition ammuniton are exhausted exhaustedSHENG exbaustedSHEG
SHEG SHENGThe SHEGThe
The news comes through throug a runner rnn r in the theemploy te teemploy
employ e of the Chinese Government who whowas whowas
was w as supposed suppostd to have left leC Pekin on July 3 3but 3but
but b ut who really rely left Ict there on June 28 28Mr 28Ilr S
Mr Wu Vu said ald in explanation of o the te refer reference reference ¬
oS ence o nce to foreign ministers being alive alve that thatShcng thatben thatheng
Shcng ben S heng of course coure eliminated the German GermanMinister German1lnIste
Minister MinisterThe 1lnIste 1lnIsteThe M iniator
The Department Dep rtmento of 0 Stats has h but bt little littledoubt Jile Jiledoubt
doubt d oubt now that the two legations legatocs said saidto sid sidto
to t o be standing sdlng on the 3d are by Ibis time timedemolished t me medemoUhed
demolished d as it I is considered consideed incredible incrediblethat I crdble crdbletht
that t hat their defenders should hold oat Oit for fornearly fornparl
nearly nparl n early a week weckwlth with no food ro or axumual axumualtion mmunlton
tion L ion
tionThe ton
The Important part of the despatch despath Is s the theassertion theerton
assertion a ap erton that the Imperial Imperal Government Gove nt is isprotecting isproteUng t
protecting proteUng p the lexitione le tons When Wien Miaster MiasterWu MtnstecWu
Wu u was 5 shown the report rpr from AdmirI AdmirIBruce Adm r l lBruce
Bruce B ruce that 1riocc Ching Chln with wih an array amy vat rasat I
at a t Tekin he remarked that Shengs SleDgs d dspatch dspatch
spatch s apparently aparenty confirmed connrme Admiral AdmiralBruces Admlrlnruce I
Bruces nruce B ruces report reportAn repor
An important Importlnt Cabinet CbInet conference conerenee was washeld cam 5 5beld t
held h eld at the State Department Depatent this tht motnng motnngSecretaries mOlnngScretre
Secretaries Scretre S ecrotares Hay I1y Long Dg and nd Root Rot and 60 At Attorney Attore
torney tore t orney GonenJ Geer Griggs being beli present presnt The TheChinese TheChin
Chinese Chin C sltuniion sl lon was ws carefully crefuly gone gone over overand oerand
and a nd the orders order diractiag tiag CtM 6 troops tr to rrj rrjceed J tr treed r rce
ceed ce c eed to Taku were approved approve Arracgs Arracgstnents Arzg Arzgmeot
meets meot were ere decided d Ided upon upn to rush the forte forteto tOte tOteto fortio
to t o China ChinaThe Chla ChlaThe
The Government Gernmet authorities authorite are greatly greatlyworried brety bretyorle greacI r
worried orle over the conflicting cnfUetDg reports rept which whicheooie wbl wbleoe kiC kiCome I
eooie eoe c ome from tOl China Cbia dally dly awl aD are ae in doubt doubtac t tas
ac to what bat to believe beIrve There is a firm firmconviction m monviction
conviction cOvl c u however lweer that th t Minister Uniler Coager Coagerhas Cger Cgerha r rhas
has ha ben M slain slin and ad that tlat a relief expedition expeditionwill upitlC upitlCwi I Iwill
will wi esly disclose dslo the horrors 1ors which whlk have haveexisted haeexisted C Cexisted
existed in il Pekln leklc during the tle past vt Bth BthAdmiral moath moathAdmiral osth
Admiral Ksmey arrived arrIve at Takw Tk with withthe willthe 1 h hthe i
the Brookl Brol > z lest s Bight nail a it new DW s sf sap sapi p
poeed poe i ° ° t tD Ii be 1 ae asoed asehoted bored close cele to the forts fortsawsltlag fots fotsa1ltDg S Sawaiting
awaiting a1ltDg InsrHctiocui 11 t D from the t Navy avy pe pepartiHest e epurtmeeL
partiHest partiHestNo prt purtmeeLNo et
No word we WAS glen out at the State De Department Departateat ¬
partment prtJelt auat urt t the ChInese ChinN sttuatiec tudn to today t today
day other otler tlxTX t the message mege to Mf Stiniste tDHer tDHerWu Bitter BitterWu r rVn
Wu Vn although alhough Secretary Seeretr Hay received reeve aa aaimportant aaImptaa a a amportast
important Imptaa I despatch depat from Conswl CODI General GenenlGonow 3 3Goodnow
Goodnow Gonow at It Shanghai hDgll According A ordlgg to ad add advices
vices d s reeelvod reI t through tbrogb the Russian UuSln Foreign a ar
Office Ofce the murder murlr of the Russian RUStlB Minister Ministerst 1IlBlser 1IlBlsert MtnIsteat r
st t Pekin has bs been ben verified eIfe by the Govern Government GverD GverDment Geverament
ment authorities authorites and It I is believed belee that tbt tbtRussia the theRusata
Russia will wlwft with Germany take tke the mitts iaitralive laIUnthoo mittsttve
live injwaisblng InBIsblng China ChinaThe ChInaThe ChinaThe
The officials ofcials are anxiously waiting IURg for fornews fornes a r rnews
news that the Japanese Japnee reenforcements reenforcementshave a ahave
have sailed sied for China as it i is haped hepe that thatthe thatthe thu t tthe
the arrival of the new Japanese Japese division of ot10CO if
15000 10CO men me will enable a quiok march to toPekln toPekln t 0 0Pekin
Pekln and anI the possible o5lble relief rene of some of ofthe orthe c if ifthe
the foreigners foreignersAfter foolger foreignersAfter
After Arer the Ceconrerence lheconfercnce conference between betwen Secretaries SecretariesLong a aL0O
Long Ln L0O Hay Ha Root Root and Attorney Uo y General Geneal GenealGriggs Gener at atGniggs
Griggs It was decided not to give gie out the thedespatches thedcpatches 11 11dcspatches
despatches received ceved from Admiral Admir Kempft Kempftyesterday Kemp Kempyesterday
yesterday re tena but these were wired wIre to the thePresident thePesIdent U me mePresident
President PresidentIt PesIdent PesIdentI
It I was vs stated by a Cabinet Cbiet official omcal how however ho hoeVer heo i iever
ever that at th te the least Important Imprnt of the des despatches despathes de 3 3patches ¬
patches pathes asserted that more troops tros must be besent besent I e esent
sent to Taku Tku at once onc as as the force now at atthit atthat atthat t
that place is hardly sufficient sufcient to defend defendever deren dereneTer id idever 1
ever eTer the city in case of an uprising which whichIs whit h his i
Is threatened teteZl The serious serous outlook outok is isstrongly Isstronsly isstrongly s
strongly shown llln and the te demand dean for a large largeforce lare laretorce 1ar eforce e
force is iu Itstd inztsted stcd upon uponAdministration uponThe uponThe
The other mee message was said to r iniate te to toAdmlnstratlcn toAdmintstralicn °
Administration Admlnstratlcn affairs afaIrs and is kept secret secretThe scret
The result r ult of o the conference crerence was that th at t
the te Fourth and nd Eighteenth Eightent Infantry Inrat the thetwo LI ic ictwo e
two reserve rere regiments regiment will wi be ordered orered at atonce atonce atonce 1
once from room Manila ManIa to Taku TakuI Tak TakWAAA TakuWANAJSAICP3tUNABLE
WAAA WANAJSAICP3tUNABLE I UAL UNABLE TO TOPlalmndlph CO1EE CO1EEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia In Citizens cuizens Committee CommitteePostpone Comitee Comiteelo ne nePostponce e
Postpone lo tlon 1 KM Enquiry EnquiryPHILADELPHIA Enqulr EnquiryPHILADELPHIA
I PHILADELPHIA PHILDELHIA July S SJohn John Wana Wanamaker Wanamaker Wan a amaker
maker was not able to be present at the themeeting themeetng Li he hemeeting
meeting meetng today to y of the subcommittee subcommite of sev seven seven so soen ¬
en of the citizens citzens committee of twenty a apoInted
commitee o ap appointed I Ipointed ¬
pointed to make effective etectve the resolutions resolutionsof relluUon relluUonot resolutlo Os Osof
of the town meeting meetng regarding rgarIng the te course courseof coure coureo dour se seof
of o Director Drector of Public Iuble Safety Srety English Englsh in au aueffort auetort aneffort
effort etort to stop newspaper newspper attacks attck The Thecommittee ThecmmUte F he hecommittee
committee cmmUte of which whic William mIm C c Hannis is ischairmanv ischlnan ischairman
chairmanv chlnan chairman met this thi morning in the Drexel Dreel Drea e1
Building DuIdlng and a letter letter from Mr Ir Wanamak Waaak Waaaker k ker
er was a presented presentedThe presentedThe presentedThe
The letter leter was written witen from Cape Cap May 3d ty
Pdnt Pcnt and in it i Mr Wanamaker Waamaker said sad that h hwas hwa I Iat
was at the service
wa of the committee comItee as assoon a asn igme
soon sn as a me he is able to come to Philadelphia PhUadelphIHe 4
He will wi bring the stenographer stenogrpher with wih him himwho himwho hi hiwho
who was as present preent at the time tme Director En English EngUsh E i igush ¬
gUsh and ad George Gerge D Pierce called cait at his hisoffice hIsomce I tis tisOfllCO
office officeAs
omceA OfllCOMr As A Mr Wannamaker Wanmaler is willing wiIng to appear appe
before the committee it is
beore commItee likely lkely that no
further action acton will wl be taken tken until unt he is
heard The T e committee hopes to obtain obtin chIn In
from him addltonal addlonal facts relating relatng to t the Li be
English interview and to
Eglih interiew circumstances crcmstn circumstanc us s
leading un U1 to it itMnrchand it itIarcland ItT3barcliand
Mnrchand Iarcland Colnp to 0 China ChinaPARIS ChinaFAIS
PARIS FAIS July 9 9I 9It It Is reported that Ma Major 31 31jor r a ajor ¬
jor Marchand of Fashoda Fahoa fame tle will w1 serve servewith sere serewih sec we wewith
with wih the French Jrench troops trops under General GeneralDodds Genel GenelDodds Genem atI atIDodda
Dodds in i China ChinaClothes ChlnlCothes ChInaciothes
Clothes Cothes Torn Off Of l b by y I Ijhtulnfr LlhtnlugWLAISPRT LtglmfnlugWILLIAMSPORT < IjhtulnfrWILLLVMSPORT
WILLLVMSPORT WLAISPRT Pa Pa July 9 9Seklng 9Seklngaheler 9Seeki Seeking Seekingshelter ng ngshelter
shelter aheler wth his hI team under a tree during duringa durinsa dun 0 g ga
a a severe sv re electrical storm Saturday Satuay after afternoon aCer aCernon sits r rnoon ¬
noon Frank LonKenberger enberger
non Frk Ln employed on onA onaria
A farm aria Ih ill Walte Vlte Deer Der Valley Valey wa was a struck struckI stck stckad tru ck ckxiJ
ad xiJ had ht his cothln clothing haI half toD torn or o by byof a
tt c of Jgutnlng ligatning ththaUerea that shattered the tnt cc
I Splintered Sln d jx Iort10nPf cloDt > rUonpf the tree trte fell fell allan on Ixm IxmI Ln Lngenbrgr Lmc t i igenbergr
genbrgr genbergr It its he lay JncOascioejs nco los on on510Ufld the thegound
ground gound cuttiss cuht cuttU ± g and ad bruising brIsing him terribly ternib by
I Both Dot horses hore were felled reled by the bolt bol and andone andone a nil nilone
one had a leif broken and had hd to be killed killedj kle klelxl kilim d dixiEIC
j XxlZlC lxl 1 G IvIIndrlod 1 lndr d Board only onl 5173 5173per l lper 75 75per
per 100 10 s I EC j ft f of Xorth Carolina Crli pine too at
Ctlt tt act and I X Y 1 ATC airfl
fl
GUARDING GUAIG MINISTER ItINrST WU WUKonr WI WIour
Fo Foth Konr our ur Policemen Iolc len Detailed to Protect Protectthe Protecttb ProtECtthe
the tb Chinese Chln 2c Diplomat DiplomatMinister Dlpl mnt mntMlnlst mntMinister
Minister Mlnlst r Wu Vu Tinsfang Tin fang arta ad aid la itd infant fact all allthe al althe
t the th e members of the Chinese Legation Lgaton and andthe ad adthelegton ande
the thelegton th e legation property are under police polle pro protection protecton proctlon ¬
tection tecton te tein ctlon and ad have been since the outbreak outbreakin outbreakChina utbrcakin
in i in4th China The Theprotecton protection amounts a unts to o more moreHhan morefhan morean
fhan 4th < Hhan t an the ordinary crUnar police polce surveillance sunclanc It Itis ItIs
is a a special detail detai of four policemen in incitizens IncItzens inlzens
citizens cItzens cit lzens clothes cothe who in pairs plrs are con constantly cn cnstnty conantly ¬
s stantly stnty st antly on watch at a the legation legationThe leraton leratonThe legatlonThe
The o bject oj ct or or the dotai Is obvious obviousthough 9bious 9biousthough bviouc bvioucough
t though th thhe ough Majjr Iajr Sylester today tc3ystate stated that thathe thathe thatfelt
h he felt tel no alarm nlarz for the th Jcgafloa eg rlon or its itsproperties it Itsoperties
p properties propertes pr operties and ad was wa cot apprehensive apprehenive of any anytrouble anytrouble anyouble
t trouble troubleHe trouble tr ouble
He said sld the detail detn was W more a matter of ofform offo
form fo rm than auythiag nuythltg else and would he hebought hethought heought
t bought th thto have no more serious serous conditions conditionsto cndltons cndltonsto
to toab cope with wIt than t a possible but not prob probable probable ¬
able ab abna le discourtesy dlscurt 8Y at t the hands of some fa fanatical fanatca a
natical natca na tlcal or cranky citizen citzen or citizens ctlzens citizenshether
Whether W hether such a condition condlon might at any anytme
time tme ti me arise Major MajorSylvester Sylvester of course curse could couldnot couldnot couldot
not n ot say sa He was s simply taking tk1 a precau precaution precaution ¬
tion ti oa he said saidThe saIdThe
The four policemen en Who are detailed at atthe atthe
plce detaled
the th e legation leraton building bUdlnr at the thccorner corner of ofEisht otEIhteent ofIghteenth
Eisht EIhteent E Ighteenth enth and Q Streets Stret northwest orhwe t are aremcmDers aremcmter
mcmDers mcmter m emblers of the conmand c mad unS un under r Lieutenant LieutenantBoyle LieutenaDtDoyle Lieutenantoyle
Boyle B oyle of o the Third ThIr Precinct Precinct The men are areon areon
on o n duty twelve consecutive nsecute hours lour two at ata ata attime
a time They are in constant cnst2nt attendance attendancearil atendance atendanceaul attendancerl
aril ar rl devote their entire entre time tm to guarding grdin grdinlcise
Minister M lcise Inister Wu Tingfang and tnt his subordi subordina subnU subnUna subordiaes
na n aes es but particularly priculaly their thel attention 2ttenUon is isdirected 18directed isrected
directed di rected to the Minister MinisterThe 1lnlster 1lnlsterThe MinIsterThe
The guard gard is simple though thOch effective effectiveand efcdiTe efcdiTennd effectivend
and a nd attracts attct not the slightest slght t attention attentionOf ateton atetonor attentionf
Of o f the many persons perons who vltit Idt the Chinese Chineselegation ChlneS6elaton Chinesegatlon
legation le = elaton gatlon none arc aware that if 1 they ty be ben benut beut
n nut ut t known their every eTer not ot or movement movementis movementclosely
is Isit closely coely watched watche As matters maters now no stand standit standIt steadwould
it would wold be b almost impossible imposible to pain gain In ac access aeeES acess ¬
cess eES to Minister lnlsto Wu Vu u Tlnyfang Tlnrag until ntl the thenature t theature
ature s of the business b1nes which hie required an anludleace anudlcce anudiesce
ludleace m udlcce was fully tuly and satisfactorily ats rtorly ex explaiaed explalne exialned
plaiaed p ialned and Bnt even een then in inthe the event the thevisitor thevieltor theisitor
visitor v should be a stranger Itrs he b would not notbe notbe note
be b e lost lot eight tic of for a moment momentIt moment
It I can readily readi be seen sn that ta a A k guard gad at a agatlon
legation le gatlon must m t not cnly be efficacious and andpractical andpactcal andractical
e cous
practical pactcal p but bt at the theuI same time toe diplomatic diplomaticas
as a s serious srus complications compU ti might ml t arise as assequence a aeQuence
sequence E so QueDe to a discovery dlsr by b a diplomat or orother orothe onther
other othe o ther prominent prlncnt personage peronnle that he was be being beIng beg ¬
ing In g watched Jtche and cd thertofcldenUy therefore evidently dis distrusted dbtmlte disrusted ¬
trusted tmlte t Major Sylvester SylveJer appreciating appreclatng the thefact thefact theset
fact set that some sme such uch complication compneton might mightarise mlChtal1 mightrIse
arise al1 a rIse as 15 the thertfult result of f overiealousness oer alaE or orultra orulr orltra
ultra ulr u ltra suspicion en the part of members mm r of ofthe i ihe
the the t he guard gard detailed ddale to t protect Minister Wu WuTingfang WuTingrang Vu Vuingfang
Tingfang T selected Belede for fo the delicate deliate duty dutythe dutythe
the t he policemen pol < men supposed luppd to hare h e the most mostconservative moe moeonservative
conservative eentvl c efficient efciet and sound cud judg judgment Judgeat ¬
ment m eat That tae men have
tJe me faithfully 1atrUy per performed performed ¬
formed f fw their respective retve duties cuUeii since in Inee they theywere tey tey1f theyI
were 1f w ere detailed tale at the legation 1Cn te I evjdemcd evjdemcdby evkDd evkDdly ewideoery I
by ly b y the fact that only oly teday tGy dd di d it It leak eat eatthat Ot Otthat
that t hat a guard SUrd existed existedUSUTEITAlf ested estedLUTA existedIEUTTANT
USUTEITAlf LUTA L T WEBSTEB WST TgTTTPT TgTTTPTFell XflLED XflLEDeli
Fell Fel F eli Prom n linlldlns Uuldln In Tlhnlla nla on onFriday ono I IFriday
o Friday FridayThe FridAYTie FridayThe
The Tie following rolowing despatch despat was s received reelve at atthe atthe I
the t he War Department DepaUest today todayManila toay toayaaU
Manila aaU July lI 9 9Adjutant 9Adjutt 9AdjetSflt
Adjutant Adjutt General Wasbicgioa WasbicgioaFirst WasilC1en WasilC1enIrst WasWntoaF1rst
First Irst Lieut Horace HO t6 Web Weber Websuer er forty fortyse Cty CtySefd
Sefd se OBd United Unied States Sttes Volunteer Vountoer Infaa Infaatry hr hrtry
try died die In hospital hoptd Manila MwI1o four twen twentyfive twcntyfve twentyfive ¬
tyfive tyfve afternoon afenon July 7 Cause Caur of 0 0llh oftisath
death llh fall from buttdloc bulllD yell hl par partleularj partienlar r rteular
tleularj teular follow folow by malL raalLLieot maL maLMacAltHt
MacAltHt MacARTHUR
Lieot Let Horace Welwter er was wa born rn Novena November Xoo Xoobl Novenaher ¬
her bl 1 1 Ill 1S69 1S0 at GeaeraV GeeT Geeey N Y YBMered
BMered Here theeerviee tbelnlee ae u zee ze acceod trod UeltDDt llculeaant llculeaanttair I
tair iln New York Voluateers May Iay 1 I 1S9S 1S9Saad lSiSuad 1ISSand
and resigned Tege November ovembr 19 1SS8 188 to ac accept aeeep ¬
cept eep appointment apfntment as a second s ed lieutenaat UeutenaatX Iieutenaa3d t
2 Jd N Ni w York VolttBte VouRt Volunteer r Infantry Intatr No November November o ovembr ¬
vember vembr 11 1 lIPS 1 and an WIK mustered msere1 out outwith outwit ou ouwith
with wit the regiment March Iarh 25 S 1899 1899Appointed 189 189Appnted
Appointed Appnted second send lieuteaaat leuteDe Fortyscc Fortysccoad For Fortyroecad
cad Od United Unie States tte Volunteer olunte Infantry IDantr Augu Augt Au Angust
gt gust gu t IT 1S99 and promoted pom < to t first frt lieu lieutenant leutC Ecutenant ¬
tenant tC lt August Augst 24 4 1S99 199Eerllg serving at Pon Fort FortNiagara ort ortNiagr I IN1agn
Niagara Niagr N Y 3 and ad ia Jf the te Palippiaes to tothe tothe I U Uthe
the date of o his death deathAli death deathA deathWELL
Ali A WELL W ON THE T OREGON OREGONThe ORON ORONThe OBIGO OBIGOThe
The nnttlexhip Dntlhlp Will 11 Go to the th Kure liure liureIoe1nrc Kur e eDockyard
Dockyard DocUynrilThe Ioe1nrc DockyardThe
The Navy Xu Department Dprtment received recved the for rOtlowing a I Ilowing
lowing despatch 1esptc today to3Y to3YCero <
Chefoo Cero July S SSecretary SS SSecretnry
Secretary S ret of the Navy avyWai1lngrn avyWai1lngrnOrgn Washington WashingtonOregon WamihlugthnOregon
Oregon Orgn starts Kure dockyard dolTr about about1Mb abt abt1Mh aboutlSth
1Mb or 12th stopping soplnl en e route rout if I weath weather weather weather ¬
er bad bd All well on board On Oregon OregonRODGERS OrCID OregonRGDGERS
RODGERS RODGERSCommander R9DGER RGDGERSCerumaridar
Commander Rodgers Roger has h charge chare of the thestation th thstUon me mestation
station stUon ship Nashville ashvme at atC atCbeoo atCbeooMISSING Chefoo ChefooHISSING etoo etooHSSG
HISSING HSSG MANS MS rANs BODY FOUND FOUNDYonncr FU FUYoun POUNDYonna
Yonncr Youn Pennsylvania Dies DI of Thin hlrt hlrtnnd it itand t tnnd
nnd Starvatlo StarvatloLOCK St SiarvationLOCK
atou atouLOCK
LOCK HAVEN lA VE Pa Pa July Jul 9rThe 9 Te body by of orPul m If IfPaul
Paul Pul Shapleigh Sfapleleh who had been bn missing mlulngsInce misale If Ifsince
since T esday sda was found yesterday yeS r27 morn morning mon 1 1log
ing i In the the Scootac Scte Mountains Mountlns It I was wa bad badly I Ily
ly dIsfigured diefsred by ants and ad animals anlcals anImalshe
The Te he body by was 3 within Itin a I half hal mile of ofwhere ofwhere x xwhere
where his bcyclc bycc was a found but in a direc direction dlrecton ¬
Lion ton that cad not been bn thoroughly searched searcheduntil searchi searchiuntIl r
until unt yesterday yesteray morning when hen fully tuly one onethousand ci ne nethou9d ie iethousand
thousand thou9d men menturned turned out ot to scour scr the for a r reats
eats Shaplelghs ShapleIgbl friends fried now nw believe belev that ththe th l lhe
he became bcame exhausted wandered out of crLver I
ncere
Lovers Lver j Path which 1hkb he had taken tken to tocross tocro mo
cross cro the mountain to the riverside rTerlde cot cottages co co cotagee I
tages tges and 5c then Into the te dense dense forest tot in insearcb Inscb Insearch
search of water Becoming Becaminglosthe lost he
scb waer DecomlngIoste perish perished prsh prshed perislccl ¬
ed from thirst thlrt and starvation stanIUoa stanIUoaM etarvationhrR
201 M BRYAN RYA C02HNG COMIlG EAST EASTTo EAT EATTo EASTTo
To Go Through Trnuh Jfe Nesv v York State ii iiSepteoiocr in inSeptem inSeptember
September SepteoiocrNEW Septem SeptemberNBW er erN
NEW N W YORK YORK July ur 9 9AcCrlng 9AccordIng According to a aBinghamton aBInghamton aBInghamton
Binghamton despatch d pate to the the tmEventi Evening EveningJournal EvenlngJournal mig migJournal
Journal President Prctdet G Tracy Rogers Roger one oneof oneot o ne neof
of the te managers oanager of the te BInghamton Blnghatc Expo Exposition E Exp a asitlon ¬
sition dton has received rectiv word wad from Colonel ColonelBryan ColonelBlan Colon el elBryan
Bryan Blan that he will wi begin begn a tour lor of 0 o the East Eastthe E3L E3Lte Eu ISL ISLthe
the te latter late part pat of o August Au st and adl andgn go throng tbrougtiNew thnout ta taYork
j
New York State during the month mont of Sep Se Setember Srtember ¬
tember temberHe temberHe
He Trill 1 b jr I Binghamton Bngmto during durng one day dayof dy dyor d dof ay
of the fair l tab c first firt week in September Septemb end endwill Id Idwl a ad adwill
wl will make the tour tor on a special IDcal trainspklnJto train trainspeaking tral n nspeaking
speaking spklnJto from the platform at each ech station stationof St5ti ton tonot on onof
of any importance along alon the line lineTHE HneT lineTHE
THE T DISrHICT DISC CENSUS CENSUSDirector CNSUS CNSUSDirCctor CENSUSDirector
Director DirCctor lerrlam Promises Proml a State Statement Statelent Sti C Cmural ¬
mural lent of Results neault Tojnorroiv TojnorroivDirector Tomorrv TomorrvDrector TomnorrosyDirector
Director Drector Merriam Merra of the Federaol Federl Census CensusBuilding CensusBetdIng Cens us usBuilding
Building BetdIng this morning moig announced announ d that tat the thecensus thecensus I he hecensus
census returnsfor returnsor tho District Distrct of o Colum Columbia Columbia Colum n nWa ¬
bia bia would wouldprobably ouldprobably probably be b ready for to publica publication p publIc bJc a atIon ¬
tion ton by tomorrow tomorrowHe tomorow tomorowHe tomorrowHe
He said also that ht tae te Bureau Burau would wouldhave wouldhve won id idhave
have other census cenus information Inroratin to give givethe to tothe tote
the te publilc publle from frm noar nocn noca en enLate I ILnte lLate
Late British Drllh Ca CaaunJle CaaunJleLONDO Casunltte CasunltteLONDONT unltten unlttenLONDON
LONDON LONDO July 9 9The The War Office has hasksucd h h1ued as asireued
1ued ksucd a list Jet of thirty thity names of men menwho menwho ca en enwho
who have hve died of o enteric entric fever one who whodied whodIed w ho hodied
died from rrem wounds wound two killed kle five ve wound wounded woun wouned Lii Liied ¬
ed and sixty missing mtssingna as the result of
sIxt1 mlsslngn te resul va various varous s a anious ¬
rious rous engagements engagementsArrival engagement engagementArrhal engagementsArrlwal
Arrival ot Lilliputian LilliputianNEW LIUpDtan LIUpDtanEV LI1lipatianNEW
NEW EV YORK RK JuIyv9 JulY July9tmong 9mongte Among the pas passengers p p La Lasengers ¬
sengers senge who arrived arrved ThIs ls morning moring on the thesteamer he hesteamer e esteamer
steamer Astoria AstIa from tro frcsnGlasgow Glasgow Gas w and iio iiovllle 3m o ovie i ivllle
vllle vie were the te Lilliputians L1l Uns Count Cunt and andCountess a ad adCountess
Countess Countes Primo Prmo Magri Ma and ad Baron Baon MagrJ MagrJ1x1210 1Iag 1Iaglxl16 MagriIxia1G
1x1210 dressed 4 Bide Id Shelving ShelvingS SbehhlJ
Ubby ULb LibbyCo S emits cllt per p Co C sq fw n Call CaI for 101 lowered Iow prices prc prie cu ccLibbyCo F FUbby J
BOERS i oEI1 TWICR DBFEATED DBFEATEDRunted
Roofed R outed by the British 31itsbo 31itsboat Dritisliat at Broiikcrs Broukels Broukels8ptnit
Spruit aud 11 Ruscnbui1 Ruscnbui1Un Rusenbmg RusenbmgUnucteJrnl
Un UnucteJrnl aeceKxfnl Effort Etort to Get Around Aroundi AroundI AroundJLolirtmm
i Jlolnrtr I 0 Iurt Rl RIht Ricmlzt ht FInnk FlnnkllurJbera FlnnkllurJberaInfict llnrcher llnrcherI >
I Inlllct Infict Losses LOIBe on JnttonI Ilntton Force KorccSteyn ForceSteu
Steyn and De Vet et Leave Dethle flethlemeatAttempt
lien hCIttcllt meatAttempt Attempt to Take a Town TovrnLONDON TOWDL
LONDON L DOX July 9 9The The Boers Boer are still stilldisplaying sti
displaying displaylg di splaying considerable cndderable warlike warlke acUVt acUVtasd atvitro atvitroad seLvtj
ad an d ares u aregivlng giving lIrng General Roberts Robt more ure cr crless crl
less l le an trouble Burghers Bnoher who whohreatened threatened the therailway therUway
railway rUway ra ilway have been driven off or after ater heavy heavyBritish
British Brtsh B ritish losses lossesAnother 10Sps lossesAiothex
Another Aiothex othe force of Federalists Federsts appeared peared at atRust atRU8t
Rust R usteabumg brg and d attempted attcmp ed to take e the thetowE thetOtI
towE tOtI to wa recently rcy They were ere eventually EvetUr de defeated deeat ¬
feated Ze eat alots C7d d the the th town preserved prted for the theBritish teDrIUJ
British BritishThe DrIUJ B ritish
The 3 dmirttcb aa ratch ch from fromGeneral General Roberts Robert tel teling t I IinS
inS la g of ibe tt Ui latest lates operations o rtons ia South outb Africa Africafollow
tolo fo follow iloms
Pretoria July S STe 8The The enemy l D7Ing D7Ingtbre avng vinE vinEthreatened
threatened tbre tened the railway 1ay for tome f e dais daisic d1J8i
ic i trying trnJ to get around aroued our ou right rh t flank flankI 1ank
I despatched dotatche Huton Hutton on July Jlly 5 to xe xeeaforce leenforce ccenforce
enforce Mahon with orders to drive the theBoers theBoers
ore
Boers east of Bronkers Brolker Spruit This Thiswas ThisVIS
was VIS accomplished accompUred on on July JtI 6 end ed 7 The Theenemy TheeneY
enemy eneY numbered nUm rld 300 und had h1d six Ix guca gucaend gC5 gC5end
end two Maxims Our casualties
tro Maxims c5alUes wee weethree weeihree
three officers otcen and twentythree tWet three m mYn n nwounded nounde
wounded ounde and ad two men m I mteIng tslag lng Cp Captain Cptaln ¬
tain tam Nelles ele of the First CandUn CandUnMounted Candtn Candtn3ounte
Mounted 3ounte ed e Infaatry Inraatr was W tUghtlr d1ghty Hound Hounded oun oune
Sizn 5 left ler Bethlehem on July Juy 4 with withChristian wih wihChriUan wIthChristian
ChriUan Christian DeWet aou ia end three thousand thousandmen thousad thousadmen
men for Fouriesburg FouriesburgHanbury Foulcsburg FouriesburgDanbury
Danbury Hmbur Tracey commanding commndlnJ at atRuatenburg atRWtenburg
Ruatenburg RWtenburg reports reprts that a party pay of ofBoers orBors ofDoers
Boers Bors under Lemmer summoned him himto himto
to surrender surnder Upon tpnl his refusal reusal the theBoers theBr
Boers Br fined red with artillery atiery and attempt attempted attept attepted ¬
ed to take tke the heights helbht commanding couading the thetown thetoWn
town They Te were unsuccessful UfSu 1rul and andwere andere
were ere eventually eventlly driven drivn off I 111 vlh li the theasaistaace theauIstznc
assistance auIstznc of Colonel Colou l Koldsworth Holcworth who whomarched whomached
marched mached rapidly fortyeight mites mI e from fromZeerust fromZeerust
Zeerust with the bus bushmes isea ea under uder Cola Colonel rolo ¬
nel ad Airc ire The bue ba tttnes had 1 two men menkilled menkied
killed kied and an officer omce and ad three men meavrottoded menOtute menWOSISdOd
vrottoded Otute The Beers Ber sufTercd sateed heavily heavilyaad head headad
and ad five lve of them the were captured capturedIOBEKTS eaurMOBET
IOBEKTS IOBEKTSIt OBET
It is IsbUeo believed here that tt General Gener Roberta Robertahas Robt m
has h as BOW undertaken uadertake a series sm of operations operationsSATXINGr operationste I
te t pt Pt a as eo end to the milItary actIvity oi oie i
the th e Deer DeerSAG BeersSAILUIG
SATXINGr SAG OF THE T LENNOX LENNOXL LNOX LNOXLCB
L LCB eaves > aci Vancouver nneouvr WILlS lh Home and andMen an1Ien I
Men Ien ot the th Sixth Sltb Cavalry CavalryThe CasIr
The Te sailing uUg of tae Ue transport transportLeBoi 1xsp t
LeBoi LBOX L esoZ for Nagaaaki aga with wih bones bonesaad hes hesa i
ac aad a a nd pack pck train trin for the Sizth SizthCavalry S h hCry 1
Cavalry Cry c avalry amid ao a cumber num r of o passengers pser for forMaalra fo r
Maalra Maala w was we a nnaounred an e today t y is II the fel fellowtag lellowlg id idowing
owing lowlg l telegram telem received r ed at the de War Wr De Department D tIeartmeat ¬
partment partet p artmeat Saturday Sltur Bight BightVsMMKcr arkt
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0 Icier Sixth Sm Caniry Cfk Acting el Aactetaat A ijmst ijmstJ Sgro SgroJ <
J P 1 Kdly 41 OWHJ 0 vrtniacry wr 96 a civilian cvlin ens ensplofffi m mp
p plofffi lefre 41 enlisted fD es Sink S Sixs Cavabr Cnl Lisvalr ow Ii Iipital ham hameal
p pal p pital eal f p au s MCA Mn t Manhall X I M4 Mr Nes M Furioag FuOC
Sunk S Cavalry Cavl 3 prude h bone 33S 2 3 kori 1101s hotes hotescavalry Sixth SixthCavalry Sxth SxthCwl
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A A A CONFERENCE CONC AT ATIr K LiCOL LiCOLlr LINCOLN LINCOLNIr
> Ir teenAon < teeni > on Arrive to Consult Consnl the theKnuIonlHtn th thPulon C CFuslontiits
KnuIonlHtn KnuIonlHtnLINCOLN Pulon IAt IAtLXCOL
LINCOLN LXCOL Neb eb July 9 gThi 9This This city today todayis toy toyIs toda I
is the scene Se of a a very e animated nlmle fusion fusioncesference tton ttoncferenee nato a
cferenee conference Charles Ckarle A Towne Senators SenatorsAllen Sntos SntosAle SenatorAllen S
Ale Allen Jones Jone and aD Daniel Dmol General Geea Waiver WaiverRepreseHtatives ever everRepEsetatve
RepEsetatve RepreseHtatives Sulzer Suler and sn Squires Suires of ofCalifornia a aCalifornia I
CalUornla California and a a dozen doen others othe arc ac partici participatlsg putc putcJIUg participating
j JIUg patlsg ia the tonfercace tonfercaceidlii onrereacecl onfercaceQtdlai
idlii cl l E E Stevenson Ste enson arrived arive at nooa nOR and andwas andwas an d dwas
j was greeted greete with wJt much enthusiasm enthusla Towne Towneseems TowneSems Town e eseems
seems Sems dlsiprtaed dlslvcfae to withdraw ihdrw and Bryan Bryanis Br Brya n nis Uma
is said sad to favor his h continuance ctsuanee on the thePopulist te tePopulst th e eI
Populist Populst ticket tcke as n the Vice Presidential Presidentialcandidate Peidental Peidentalcandldste Presidenticandidate I
candidate candidateHOUGH candldsteROUGH candidateROUGE
HOUGH RID RTDErR E RECUPERATING RECTJPEBATINGRookevelt ICETiG ICETiGRooeoel RECUPERATINGRooasclt
Rookevelt Rooeoel Preparing for Two vo XVeeU XVeeUof eeka eekaot s sof
of Cnnipaicnins CnnipaicninsNEW CnDpni CnmpniaulngNEW nin ninEW
NEW EW YORK July 9 9Goveror 9Govemor Governor Roost Roosevelt Roe RoeTU ¬
velt TU spent today toay resting res ins at t his Oyster Bay Bayhome Bayhooe Ba I
home in preparation prepraton for a full rul calendar calendr for forthe torthe fc an
the next net two two weeks week Tomorrow Tomorw and aadWednesday andedr an anWednesday id
Wednesday edr day the Governor Goveror win U devote to toexecutive toxeutve I Luexecutive
executive xeutve business busness at t Albany AlbanyOa Alby AlbyOn AlbanyOn
On Thursday TU1dy Governor Roosevelt Rcevel will wl be beback bebac I me meI
back bac at atOyser atOyster Oyster Bay ay to receive reeIe the commit committee cnlt cnlttee commitee I ¬
tee appointed to notify notf hid bio of his hi nomina nomination nomD nomDton a ¬
tion ton by the Republicans Republcns for to the Vice Pres Presidency PresId Pre Preidency 5 ¬
idency Id ncy Arrangements Arrnement have been made for fora rora S r ra
a party pay of about 100 10 guests to go by spe special specal ap e ecia ¬
cial cal cia train from rota Long Lng Island Isl nd city ety Thurs Thursday Thur Thuray 5 5tiny ¬
day ay morning moring to Oyster Oyst r Bay By and ad thence thenceto then cc ccto
to the Governors Gooenor home in carriages crages The Theinvited TheInitd TI be beinvited
invited Initd guests guest include icude Senator Platt PlattChairman PlattChairman Plat t tChairman
Chairman Odell Odel and Whltelaw Whielaw Reid ReidMlneola Reid ReidMinecla
Mlneola L L I will wi have the honor of ofGovernor ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Roosevelts Rooevelts first frt public pubIc appear appearance appea r rance ¬
ance snce after ter his hi formal rorl notification notIfcaton He le i ito b bto isto
to speak 1pcak there Friday Fiday at a the te laying of the thecornerstone thecornerston1 Li he hecornerstone
cornerstone cornerston1 of the new Nassau Xassu County CountyCu Coun lv lvThe
Ccurtlrouic CcurtlrouicThe Cu e
The Governors second Western W ter tour tourwill tou toui to u uwill
will i begIn next next Sunday Sun y when he will l leave leavefor leaveor lea we wefor
for or St Paul Minn to attend tcnd the conven convention convento conveLion ¬
Lion to of the American League Lse of Republican RepublicanClubs Republcn RepublcnCu1 RepubliaClubs
Clubs Cu1 July IS and IS He will 1 be back bck backOyster at atOyster atOyster
Oyster Day on July 23 aDd on July 3t 3 39 39a > will willaddress 1i
address ddtes a Jewish Jewih Chauiauqua Chaulauqu Assembly on onhe onhe Inthe
the he New Jersey shore shoreFOR shoreo bore boreFOR
FOR o GOVERNOR GVOR OF MAINE MAINESamuel ME MESntuel MAINESauauel
Samuel Sntuel L 1 Lord Lrd Likely to Receive ncc le the theDemocratic tbenelnocrnU 11 se seDemocratic
Democratic Nomination NominationPORTLAND 7omlnatIonPORTLAND onlnaton onlnatonPRTL2
PORTLAND PRTL2 Me Me July 9 9The The Demo Democratic Doss 0 0cmatic ¬
cratic ctc leaders leder here concede conee the gubernato gubernatorial 0 0nial ¬
rial nomination noInto to exMayor Samuel L LLord LLord
Lord Lrd of Saco Saco who headed head the State tate tick ticket tck tckft tic It Itet ¬
et ft two years ago The Te only other candi candidate cndl cans it itdate ¬
date talked talke of is Obediah Ohelah Gardner Ganer of ofRockland orRkland ofRockland
Rockland Rkland master m ter of 0 the te Maine State StateGrange Stt SttGrange Stu Sn SnGrange
Grange who has notified noUf the State Com Committee Co Cm am ammlttee ¬
mittee miee that tht owing to his connection connecton with withthe wih wihthe wi tb tbthe
the Grange Grnge he han hEdedE decided not to enter enterthe enterthe cut er erthe
the field feld The Te State Stte Convention Cnvention will be beheld beheld behold
held in Lewistoa
Iw1tn Wednesday WednesdayMiner WednesdayMiners enesday enesdaylnerl
Miner lnerl In Convention ConventionWILKESBARRE Conventon ConventonWILKESDARE ConventionWILKESBARRE
WILKESBARRE WILKESDARE Pa July 9 9Xearly 9Xearlytwo 9Neac Nearly Nearlytwo ly lytwo
two hundred delegates representing repreSntng 16 lE II 6
000 miners mner of Luzerne Lurne Lackawanna LackawannaSchuylkill Lkwanna LkwannaSchuylkl ma maSchuylkill
Schuylkill Schuylkl and Carbon Crbon counties met in iaconvention inconvention Inconvention n
convention at Pittsburg Pttbur this morning morlnl and andwill andwl a nil nilwill
will wl held a twodays two ys zessioa They say they theywill theywl tim ST STwill T
will try to right several longstanding longstandinggrievances loogataudi
wl t longstnd1g longstnd1ggences ig iggrievances 5
grievances gences The organization orbnizaton in these thesefour th Lbs mae maefour e efour
four counties countes has been ben so perfected prected In the thelast thelst lic liclast ie
last lst year yer that the unIon nioa now feels strong strongenough strng strngenougb stco a aenough g
enough to assert aSrt Itself iUelfGerman I ItselfGerman el elGermnn
German Squadron Squadlon Sails SallxKIEL SaU SaUKIEL Sailsh1EL
KIEL KIEL July 9 9Te 9Th The East Et Asiutic Astic squad squadron squadron squm md mdron U ¬
ron sailed saUe today for China Emperor Wil Willlaai W i il illiam I
liam l3m and Pnc Prince Henry Hecl witnessed witesed the de departure < Ic Icparture e epartue ¬
parture of the warship wanhipl warshipLumber
Lumber line la dropped at tbeKrlemllj tbeKrlemlljTamer th theIrieuil rleutll rleutllo ly lyranier y
Tamer o r ami aid sound s = bat bt boards bd 150 S at t Gilt tad Dd 2 < 1
Ji t Y a aw asP
CYCLONE CCLONE IN NEW JERSEY JERSEYFierce
JE JEFierce
Fierce Fi erce 1Vind Viudstorsu Iudltor tonu DOCK Docl Great Dam Damnpe Damu Danaamnc
npe u c In Jinny Ian Places PlacesJERSEY PlncesJERSEY PlacesJERSEY
JERSEY CITY N J 1 July 0 9An An cite electrical eIectrlcal citeea ¬
t trical Ul ea storm stor yesterday yeterday did great gret damage damagethroughout dgethrougout
throughout througout th roughout the State Stte At Egg Eg Harbor City Citythe Ciy Ciythe Citye
the th thfo e sanitarium snItrium In the course cursc of erection erectionfor ereton eretontor erectionr
for fo r Dr George Schmidt was completely de destroyed destroyed deroyed ¬
fost
stroyed stroyedThQ stroyedTh st royed
The Th vlnd wid literally 1eraJy tore the unprotected unprotectedstructure unprotecte unprotectedructure
structure structue st ructure to pieces plees and ad scattered sctered its It tint tlmbers tm tintns
bers he ns in every ever direction directionShade directon directionShade
Shade trees by the dozenvare torn tor up by bythe bythe bye
the th thna e roots root and tmd Id carried crIed far from their origi original orllnal onIgil ¬
nal na l locations locationsThe lotons locationsThe
The factory tacory building buIdIng occupied oupIed by the te Wo Woven Woven Wen ¬
ven vo n Label 1b Company was as lifted lUte from its itsfoundation
row foundation fo uadatlon dUO stones and nearly Dcary toppled over overReports O r rReprts
Reports Reprts R eports from the nearby farming tarlng district dfetrtelIndicate ditrCt ditrCtldiote
Indicate ldiote In dicate great get losses loes In truck gardens grden and andorchards aD
orchards orchardsResidents orchads or chards chardsResidents
Residents of Smlthburg Smithbuf Smlthbur and Turkey near nearFreehold nearFree
Freehold Free F old were terrorized terorIzed by a hurricane hurricaneThe hurrce hurrceThe
The Th e approach of o the storm stor sounded sunde like lke a aeteara asteao
eteara st stst eam thresher Villagers Iagers rushed ruhet into the thestreets te testreets thereets
streets st reets and saw the cyclone cycone coming cming down downthe dO dOthe
the th e road cutting cuttIf everything everthing in its path pathTrees pathTes
Trees Tes Tr ees were uprooted uprote and ald carried cied rods ro corn cornin cr cornthe
in the field 1eld was wa cut ct as with wih a sickle sicklefences alckletencC
fences tencC fe nces were knocked korke down like lke tenpins tenpinsand tenpls tenplsand
and so soed d 1elepboIe telephone and telegraph telelraph wires wire scatter scter sctered scatterHallstones j
ed Hailstones Haistone as a big bh as a robins eggs elSs fell fellcompletely fencompletely
co completely covering coverlnr the ground ound and with wit j jsuch
such su ch force that hardly hrdly a pane of glass glas was wasleft wa
left let le ft intact Intac In any of the houses housesAt I IAt I
At Turkey the house hone of Frank Fnk Hen Hendrickson HendrIcKsn
drickson drIcKsn d was unroofed unrre and anl an4 hIs barn brn scat scattered set settereo scatred ¬
tered tereo te red hardly haly a timber tmber remaining remanhlg remainiii standing standingSlate IncilS IncilSSlate
Slate Sl ate from tro the te roof rof 20 gashed g hed his lb hone honegrazing horaeang
grazing g ang In the front yard yar that it will wl have haveto haveto
to be killed kied The Te roof rer of Andrew Lam Lambertsons Lm Lmberuonf
bertsons beruonf b ertaona barn br waj w wz carried caie half hI a mile mileand mie mieand
and a nd dropped dropp d Into Int the te mill mi pond pnd Bartholo Bartholomew Batholo Batholome ¬
mew me m ew Morris MonIs house ho and an that of Austin AustinLaytoa Autn
Laytoa 11 La yton ton were damaged damre a hole beIng cut cutthrough ct cttrougb cutrough
through trougb th rough Laytoas Lytons roof roofAt TOt
At Stnithburg Smlhburg several ser barns bars anti aD houses houeeswere hOe
were w ere uarofcd unroe and nd horses honEs and cows killed killedThe kUe
The T he storm stom came from from the southeast southeastA Sthea
A wind stor storm that uprooted uvrced trees te and aadtore
tore t ore dean d n trolley trol r wires ires electric el ctr light l ht and aadtelephone al
telephone te lephone lines
wept Cwept over Bridgeton Bridgetonearly Brgeton Brgetonearly
early e In the afternoon ateroon and a a terrific terrificthunderstorm tert
thunderson t thunderstorm followed tolowO a halfhour halhrlate halhrlatetht later laterthat
that tht t hat exceeded ecete anything arlg of the kind sees seeahereabouts eeB eeBhereabts
hereabouts hereabts h for or many years yers post t The Theelectrical Te Tetlectncal
electrical tlectncal e wires wle were ere twitted tie and wrapped wrappedinto wrped wrpedinto
into i nto boneless hole knots knot and an bad h ta be b cwt cwtaway et etaway
away a way to prevent setting fettng fire fre to butWiags blJbg by bycoa byCiCt
coa CiCt c ontact tact tactHalf
Half Hal the telephones telcphne and aD as many mny electric electriclights elecric elecriclghts
lights lghts li ghts were out ot of service rve and the trolley trolleyservice toUey toUeyeerice
service eerice s was as only restored resored after an r gangs gBG of ofmea ofmen
mea m en had hld rertraag rennDJ the th wi wires wire cad n removed removedtrees reDve
trees tee t rees from th tracks trd Nearly erly every evea block blockwas blk blkw
was w S robbed ro of o o H as or more ore tree te tree5 and aD most mostof mostor
of o f them the fci tel tell directly drey across the te car tracks tracksDuriag tracksDurg tracksDunlag
Duriag Durg a heavy hea windstorm wlnscm which whih passed passedover ustd ustdover
over o ver this ti rity rt1 the rie yacht sailed 5le by William WilliamWcscott WiHam WiHamWeo
Wcscott Weo al as twice hree overturned evert1rned before bre bar harbor hrb ¬
bor b b ee could cld b b be reached re he Fortunately Foreately there therewas tere therebet
was but bt ese wan IR aa in the boat bt besides ea the thecaptain theepWD
captain epWD c Tae Te occupants 9fat succeeded BMee In iarighting Inr
righting r r htBJ the the craft nit after ter the first tn upset tPet bet beta bt bta
a sa4de sodden gust Jt is over a second sond tme and aadMew a t
Mew bew b lew it oa chore eIMt The e men clung to the theboet tbebt theoat I
boet bt b oat and reached relled shore slr safely safelyNear sely selyear
Near ear Mays Landing Mown Mownthrough
Yay Llg a tree was 8 I
through throg t the tk hone Ic of George BjerliBg BJerJR and andAndrew I
Andrew ABrtw Smallirooo Smdlte sad the place ae wzx wzxwrocked wuweke wz I
wrecked wrockedThe weke
The Te storm so did ti great ge daseage Bge ie er ereaarete o
eaarete ea c and a track tk patches ptd for to xatles Je 41es ar amea ameand ra ad adaad I
aad ac a nd the storm stI iacffoaod 11 ia violence Toence ts Ij Ijed Ue ii t
p ied ed e eastward eastwardat easwd
A large aca aelory If baildiag Jevy newly ecte I
at the George ece Jonas JO glaes gli Ius bottle e works wob at atthe atMI3oa a aMisatola I
MI3oa Misatola was bw blowa dawn n and d rbe mined Iy Iyte b rL r
the te t 1 1o he fences furis windstorm wiadst Loss Ls is I about aboutTERRIFYING abt L
o
TERRIFYING TG T ELECTRICAL ECTCA STORM STOR3TICQnisylvauJnleople STORMi I i
ICQnisylvauJnleople lcQn i OlaQln 1toJIt Seek Se k Refuge neru In InTheir Ii IiTheir a I ITheIr
Their Cellars CellarjtBELLEFONTE CClnr CClnrDELLEFO
BELLEFONTE DELLEFO IE P F Pa July 9 SXo 9Not Not for forntry ferers to r
years ers have l the pe people o of th this Ht clon o of Uae Uaeentr c
entr coantry ntry witnessed t stteh h a a t ter5 serviCe rriac eiectrieal eiectriealstorm eetrl olectnieastorm 1 i ise
storm as that ot yesterday afternoon afternoonAbout afersseoeAbout
se Uat 0 Yeey atro atroAbt
About Abt 23S 33 23 oclock ocok a a fundshaped fDel deed deedappeared
appeared Peare in the th skY from tNn which wkh cams cansesuch c C
such terrific terl claps cap of u thnad th thasder r and D bolts b of oflightning erlghtning a aa f
lightning lghtning that ssay eay ay of o tae tl iaaaMtaats la1aWta8t raa raato rR rRto rat a
to their thel cellars cel to get ge owt Mt t of dagger ager Tk Tkfall Thfall e
fall tal of rate rla was a terriSc t rl datag d8 great gret gretage daa daaagc da daage
age the extent et nt of o which whi is not D folly follyknown tuU tuUkown nfl I Ikuown
known knownThe kown kownTh
The Th house hse of G James Jae Gray Gry about aht a aile aileand mu lle llead e
and ad a half hal west tstot of Mlleeburg lebrs was w struck struckby stk stkby atrac k
by lightning UchtIDg and set 6t on fire re Mrs Mrf Sarah SarahMcKlnley Sr Sara SaraMcKInley im
McKInley sixtyfive sixt ve years yer old o toother mher of ofMrs of3Ir C if
Mrs 3Ir Gray was s just j IB the th act ac of going elnl to tothe tothe t 0
the cellar celar for or a pitcher tcher of o f milk mik when w en the theIlghtaiag taelghtlsg thi thiI C
lightning lghtlsg struck sck the house hCe killing klH g her al almost a a amost I ¬
most mos Instantly InstantlyTTNSOOFSD Instanty InstantyOOF InstantlyUNROOFED
UNROOFED OOF BY Y A CYCLONE CYCTONEISiKht CYCON CYCONEight CYCLONEEIght
Eight houses lou in n Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaToxrn leun PcnnsylvnulTown yhnlla yhnllaTonn L
Town Badly Bndl Damaged DllnaJetl DllnaJetlL DninnKcdLANSDALE
LANSDALE L SDAL Pa F July 9 SLnsale 9Lanedale Laasdale and andviciaity an anfl ii
vicinity vcniy were visited Isled yesterday yestery afternoon afternoonby ater o oby i
by a cyclone cconc which whic wrecked wrec < eight house housebroke hos a
broke thousands toIuds of panes p tS of glass uproot uprooted uprt uprted nprOO r ¬
ed trees tees and ld did di damage dama e to the extent of ofseveral orsever I Ica Sf 1
several sever thousands thousns of dollars dlr The Te storm stormbroke siGn ca i
broke about 10 oclock oclok It was a of short shortduration shortdllrton sb rt t
duration dllrton but was accompanied CmpaBled by a fierce fiercedownpour fere feredOpour Sent e
downpour of raIn and hail hal The Te latter lter con consisted cn cnsise eel eelL I ¬
slated sise of chunks cunks of ice the the pieces piees being beingslarge as aslarge aslage L
large lage chicken cicken eggs egs and of irregular irreslar shape shapeFour sap shapeFour
Four brick brick houses belonging blonbns to F II IISouder I I
Suder Souder were unroofed and the walls wals dam damaged da dan danet 1 ¬
aged aed Four Fur dwellings dwelInG on Pierce Street Streetwere Streetwer Sire et c
were wer unroofed and the roofs rrs carried orle into intothe Intothe to
the back yard yar Thousands ThoBnds of panes pae of ofglass otglass I
glass were broken the public pU Uc school houses housesand hOes hOesand hoes Ies es
and the Methodist ethoi t Church suffering surerlng in this thisrespect thisrespect th is
respect respect At the te Lansdale Lnsale mushroom house boa boapanes Se
1800 16 panes were broken brokenThe brenThe
The storm extended xelce for a distance ditance distanceseveral of ofseveral orseveral
several miles mies doing doln considerable csferble damage damageto daaJe daaJeto damni cc ccto
to grcwlag wlng crops cropsSURVIVED cropsSUV
SURVIVED SUV A TJTGHIWING LGHiG SHOC2L SflOC L
X Ness < vr Jersey Jer 3Ian Jnn Burned by b a Than Tun Tunderbol Them Themdsnrbolt ml i
derbolt derbol
LAMBERTVILLE LA tERTYnLE N J July 9 9than 9thanHunter Charles CharlesHunter harles harlesHunte Cs B
Hunter Hunte living ITns four miles mies south south was wa struck struckby strck strckby strut strutby t
by lightning Ightlng yesterday yesteray and ad lives Ives to tell tel the thestory thestor tl ete e
story stor He had just seated SPte himself hlmsl in the thekitchen thekichen tI te
kitchen kichen when two bolts of lightning lghning came camedown cie ciedown can candown me
down through the roof and ad entered entere the theficor thefeor ii
floor feor beneath bnet his feet fee His right side sie from fromthe frm frmthe no nothe m
the shoulder down was somewhat smewhat burned burnedbut brne burne ii iibut
but otherwise otherisc he was uninjured uninur The rest restof reatof re at atof
of the family famiy famI1 were shocked shoke but not no in injured injued ii iijured
jured juredThe jued juredThe
juedTe The Te came ame bolt killed kied about abt thirty thIry of his hischickens hi Ii is isthickens
chickens cIckens that were under the kitchen kichen Tae Taehouse Ti 5e 5ehouse
house hous was as struck stck in three different places placesbut pla plabut pleos 5 5but
but did not take tke fire fre A house on Cottage CottageHill Cott Cottat e eHi eHill
ael1 ael1SOU aged agedLOUTHI Hill Hi was s also struck but not badly Oly dam damEOTJTS dm dmael1 dat a aaged
EOTJTS SOU CAROUNA CLA ICEFA2TINF ICEFA2TINFSmall lCF lCFSnaaU ICEPA3mflSmall
Small Pieces PIe Sold Only on Phy PhOi PhOiefnnHI It Itefana5ert5flcntes i iCOLUMBIA
efnnHI efana5ert5flcntes efana5ert5flcntesCOLUMBIA rti eate5 eate5COLIIBA
COLUMBIA COLIIBA S C Co July Jily 9 9For For three threedays threeI thr en enwith
days dy with wib the te maximum temperature temperture sot Bt Btlower s lot lotlower
lower than tan 98 on any day there thee has h been beenan ben benan be en enan
I an ice famine talne in all al towns In the te eastern caste inn innpart
part of the State Stae Residents Ufldents of Camdea Camen CamenCheraw Cacads iflr
Cheraw Darlington Daringto Florence oe e Dillon mUonot aj a WI WIothers i
others ot rs have experienced exprIene great suffering sulerng
In the railroad centre of Florence
red cente Forene the te tetew be befew
few remaining reaniII blocks ok of Ice were we sold sld in Iasmall insman Insmall
small pieces pie only oa Ol physicians physlcn certin certincates certlncte cecil ill illcates
cates cte The breaking b klng down ot several bis bl blfacoes 1
factories facoes and nl influx of vlsiteors Ilteors to the te Na a ational
tional tona Teachers Tea chef Convention Convent cac C caaes ad the thet3lne he heamine
famine faminel t3lne t3lneVlu amineFlynats
l VlynnR Vlu Business UUlnelA College Col J tjth tth nnil n I 1C I In IBusiness
I Cosiness n in Shorthand Sorth T T Typewriting523 pe ritiije tll 23 a yeas yeasRest er ernet
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j Llbf per Dr txrltPOnsade 1030 10 Co aiade ude oi o cyprns cJ So o 1 qwJJtr ir by T K
TRIALS T II1A OF OFKllllTllCKII OFKllllTllCKIIosecution KENTUGKIANSJ KENTUGKIANSJn
Prcsccniion Pr osecution n of Goebcl Goeb l Suspects SnspcetsB SnspcetsBgins Bl BlThe
gins gins at G Georgetown Georgetowne or etotTn etotTnTbe
The Th e Cc Ce e Airnlnst aalnllt Caleb Powers Po er the thePint theFIrst theFirst
FIrst Called CalledAll All 1l Persons P rn Seelilnr SeelilnrAUmlnMlon Seek1DSAtlmb Seek1n Seek1nAdmission
Atlmb Admission lon to the Courtroom CourtroomSearched CourtrooD1Searched CourtroomSearclmeti
Searched for Plrenrntu FtreDrD1JlForc Force Qt Qt1ollce QfloIlce oXxonce
1ollce Incre IncreLOUISVILLE Increased to lr 1reseie erve Order OrderLOUlSILLE OrderLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE July 9 9The The preliminaries preliminariesfor
for fo r the trial of the sir men m n accused of the themurder thumurder thourder
murder m urder of William Goebel were begun to today today Lay ¬
day da y in the criminal branch of the county countycourt eountrcoun sosustyUrt
court CO Urt at Georgetown GeorgetownFriends GeorGetownFrIends GeorgetownFriends
Friends of both factions have arrived arriedhere L7Iedhere arrivedre
here he re from different sections of 0 the State Stateand Stateand Stated
and an d the authorities are somewhat
appre apprehensive apprehensive apprensive ¬
hensive be nsive of trouble The police force in the thevicinity theTic1nlty thecinity
vicinity vi cinity ot the jail and court house has hasbeen haabeen hasen
been be en Increased IncreasedHenry Increas increasedHenry d dHenry
Henry E E Youtscy who fho ho was wa a steaogra steaographer 8tenogrnpher atenograer
pher ph er for W S S
Taylor while he held pos possession possessIon peassIon ¬
session se ssIon ot o the gubernatorial office will w111the willbe 111 111be
be the principal one of the aecased a d to lace lacethe fAcethe Lacee
the th e jury The prosecution hopes to prove provethat proveat
that th at it was Youtiey who ho fired the shot that
killed ki lled Goebel and that he was assisted by
Caleb C aleb ad John Powers PowersCourt FowersCourt PowersCourt
Court was called to order at 945 oclock oclockwith ocloc1rwIth
with w ith several hundred people In attendance
AH A U persons seeking admission to th thecourt thecourtroom thecourtom court courtroom
room ro om were searched for or arms before they theyere
were w ere allowed to enter and exGovernor
John Jo hn Young Brown protested vigorously at atthe ate
the th e > treatment He was told by Judge Cc
trill tr ill that the court played no favorites
j The case ca of the Commonwealth against againstSome
Caleb C aleb Powers was the first to be sailed sailedome
Some S ome fifteen attorneys were sworn ia at
this th Is bar barCaleb barC1eb barCaleb
Caleb Power arose early eary this morning
and a nd was engaged up p to the time of the thenvening
conveninG Co nvening of o the court IB consultation with
his h is attorneys When aen
arraigned he wax waxsurrounded wasurrounded
surrounded s by many friends The Coin Coatealth
wealth w ealth will attempt to prove that the Pow PowFrankfort Powers Powns
ers e ns boys had delivered the keys to thd their
ot1ke o gice to the real assassin before leaving
Frankfort F and had planned that Goebel
should s be killed on that morning mOnlia as he
entered e the legislative building
The defence deen on the calling c Ulng of Pewers Pewersase
case c ase demurred to the indictment on the theground theround
ground g round that no principal was W s nosed and
that t hat unless there was a principal there
could c ould be no accessory aeee ery Among the wit wit witesees ¬
fl nesses esees who failed to appear are W S S Tay ¬
lor 10 n and Charles Fiadley who are fugitives
ia a Indiana ladianaThe lncUanaThe IndianaThe
The morning session of court adjourned
at a t 1145 to 230 3 gIvIng the attorneys for
the t he defeace time t ne to prepare their the theirlist list of
witaesaes witaesaesFarm W itncssesFarm itfl5sesFarm
Farm work will be at a standstill stan btUi while
the th e trials will be in progress and the
farmers f armers are expected to be in daily d lIy attend ¬
ance a nce in
great numbers The court rooms
however h owever will l hold only about 5W persons personsis ersens
Four or five days pre probably bly will hi ent
is i n getting the
uic twelve mciirc mea necessary to try
the t he first
case Attorneys
b
oa both U eWes uy
that t hat between Itt and 2M 20 men will be ex 0 04ilI1lnfd
fcminml s before a panel el can be had Ms Much h
of o t the bitterness of o the last campalza pJn st stMt I
idZLaics x and there are few ate mea fa tae
ce 0 000y ty y who W O have not taken Wes
Victor ktm F Bradley Brac ey WB wkhas who baa been employ ¬
ed a d to assist asMs the prooecntfoa says sa r hewer ¬
er c c I do net anticipate much diflealsy dU1eaJ In
the choice of a jury Of course it will
hardly h ardly nily be possible pcs ble to find tnen who had not
cTnrAfi l pre6Sed A an opil i OB 0 the maU rasHer of the
N uUt of the prisoners but if they have haveper Te
rormed f their fllllien meed mneraty tro from newspa e1l s
per p er accounts accountswitnesses aDd not rom taUII talking With
witnesses witness w the theThe they are competent a Jurors
The prooecBi prooecBipossession pro prosecuflei eeuU n will dwell 01 YOl1tstys
possession p of the rifle supposed to hav ha have
been b een used his having Tlng bought cartridge of ofsmokeless ofmokeless
smokeless s powder and his oervonsBess just justafter justalter
after a fter the shot had been fired firedYowtsey
TIte defe defence e vill IJ endeavor to bow that
Yowtsey JHlrcba parehaee4 reha 4
p the cartridges for a aniend
frieed aad that they were ere delivered i to
that friend i ia the preeeace of several wit witneasas witDesses wftness
neasas ness It I will further attempt t me MOW sow
that Yoats Foolery octsey y was oa the way te t the base hasameat basemeat basemeat
meat when the shot sh < was as fired and that he heraa heran heran
ran dowa the t e steps tareegh the basetaest basetaestawl tNtsemet beeemeztned
awl arovad the baittta building to the side Me of the theexecutive theexec1ltle theexecutive
executive offices officesHis otliee1I1s oflicesIRS
His pcctiliar 1f1r posit posItioa tios k > a in raaafog r1Uu ir with ltl1 his
body beat I forward will be explained e pblne4 by 1 y the
fact that his revolver had slipped down
into the leg ot tae e trousers t sers ad that he hewas hewas heW85
was boWIng b WInl the weapon is that position poiltionwhile KMiUonwlaDe positionwbfl
while wbfl he ran ranTae nnTIte ranThe
Tae eases against a lat Capt JeJ JeJm n Da Davi DAvis Diviz
vi vis viz Harland Whittaker lad Tallow
Dick Combs it is stated will g 8 over overto overto
to the October term of court courtThe eotIrtThe cuantThe
The prisoners now in jaiL here seem to
be enjoying the best at health Their Theircells Theircelis
cells six in number ere arranged en each echside e eside eachside
side of o a narrow nura corridor and they are areconfined e eeo
eo confined Je d nib th several negro prifHlUE wlro
have the we Utl of the same corridor Yout Youtsey Youtsey Toutsey
sey spends much of his time writing ritlnr let letters letteas lettars ¬
teas lie looks pale bat seem seems eena confident
Captain Davis is almost gay in his eon eoJve eonversation
versatlon ve tlon He wears n his Masonic MI Dk and Odd
Fellows badges coaspieuottely CG u 4leI OB his
breast breastNone Jre IncestNone et etoDe
None oDe of the men cared to tllSCltSs < Ksejt s their theircases theiruses theireases
cases except in a general way although all allexpressed aUexpressed allexpressed
expressed themselves as s sure re > of acquittal acquittalwith acquittalwith aequitialwith
with a fair trial Scott county people say saythey saythey
they caD rest assured a ed of that Numbers Numbersof tnbers tnberso
of o the people of the town have called calledupon caIIedupon calledupon
upon them t m during durin their t1 lr imprisonment and andthe
the women omfQ have sent them delicacies front fronttime tromUme fromtime
time to time On ono or two tw octaslocs octaslocscallers oe ocaslonscallers aloc6 aloc6eallus
callers have taken occasion occ sion to 0 talk ia terms termsnot tfriDSnot termsnot
not altogether complimentary to the th prie prieoners pri prioners pniebut
oners but have been en promptly suppressed suppressedby
by J N Reid tae l e jailer Five ge guards ids are arekept ueket
kept at t the jail at all times but they have havenever ha hanever havenever
never been needed neededPowers nce neededP el elP
Powers P P wers and Yoatsey have a es elpI employed ptoypsl yfd Joa1 JoaIattornet loalattorneys Joa1attoraejs
attorneys Judge James F Asquc Asqu and Join JoinStev Jo JohnStevenson n nSteeREon
Stev Stevenson HEon will om represent Yoatsey while hle R RE It ItE BRoberts
j E E Roberts and I L > FSiaclalr F SiBclalr will be bet tie tielocal telocal 8 8loc31
local attorneys for or Powers The interests iaterestsot
i of tke > other men will llI be looked after 1fterthe bv bvthe by
i the regular attorneys employed by the de tlefenee dofence
fence committee The attorneys of Yont Yontsey Toutsey
sey and Powers have kept absolutely apart apartThere tIartThere apartThere
There have b bees ea no consultations and ao DOplaBS sopla
plaa plaBS pla ia common eoaneoaBACK eomaoa13ACK commonBACK
BACK PROM KANSAS CITY CITYChalrrnsn CITYChtIrm CITYChalrmama
Chalrrnsn ChtIrm n nielinrdnon RI Ianrbon And Secretary SecretaryIverr S SecretaryKerr crettrT crettrTIierr
Kerr Sur Sure of Dcntoeratle < Victory VictoryRepresentative VictoryRepresentative Ictory IctoryRepresentatTc
Representative Richardson Chairman ol olthe otthe ofthe
the Democratic Congressional Committee Committeeaad CDzmlttetand Coamitieeand
and Secretary Secr ary Kerr arrived in Washington Washingtonfrom Washingtonfrom ullbten ullbtenfrom
from Kansas City this afternoon afternoonMr aCternoon31r afternoonMr
Mr Richardson said that the harmony harmonyof harmonythe
of the Democratic party was us coeaplete eo ple and andthis tndthis andthis
this mean victory in November evember He Hethought 110tkeughC Hethought
thought the BOHtiBatiems and the t platform platonnould platformwould platformwould
would ould please all members memlK > r of oCthe the party
Democratic unity nIy he said meant Demo Democratic Democratic Demoemetic ¬
cratic victory icto1Y Mr Ir Kerr said all sfg signs sfgBIpolnt signspointed a apolatcd
pointed polnt to a triumph at the 1 e people ee1 ee1the wee weethe averthe
the plutocrats in November NovemberTRE oember oemberTHE
THE TAMMANY AHPAIG3T CAMFAIGNnchnrd CASLPAIGNItlehard AHPAIG3TRiebnrd
Riebnrd CroUcr to Tiiiirr Tn Aotivo AotivoChnrsie AtlaeCharge tu tuChnre
Charge In XCTT York YorkNEW YorkNEW ork orkEW
NEW EW YORK July 9 tRieh3nl 9Richard Richard Crokoc Crokocwill cw cwwfll Craacwill
will return from Deal Beach to tak takti taktiabarge tt a Jv6 Jv6aharge j jeharge
aharge of 0 Tammaxy Halls eampaigB Cll llilGlp llilGlp10Uticlans > wori woriPoliticians M iI > i iPoliticians
Politicians say that Norman OrnaR II 1 Ii Mask tQ laeic ci ciBuffalo t tBuffalo tBWf3lo
Buffalo will spend a eod deal ot time korq korqto 1terqto berqto
to s s e e that th t the Democratic mocralle canvass tJas I Ja Isvigorous n nvigorous 2 2lgor085
vigorous one oneorfolk i iXorfolfc
Xorfolfc orfolk 8 AVnuliinirtou bln1ou Stenmliu StenmliuIVHrbtM St Steamboat nmtoat el elDc1hkthll m mBclizktInl
IVHrbtM trip tript daily at 130 0 0 p p at t Ia OM PM io ioo Poisitm PoisitmCmfrt iCi
C CmflKt mf rt X Xand Xewpict rSJt sews s yonists odu bWa Uc Ucand Uc4 Uc4and o
and Ocean Vi Viw w r For 8I ceheile idI dule err e pigs 7 7vvcred 7tu m mtoscereil
tu toscereil vvcred red Rate now no on Lutstber anilniiiirotk anclm1U and andtntwcik
niiiirotk m1U t aId clear doors Ioor lIOr only tl5 L2S lit t iJth 11thJC i4 andgLara
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