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L I mm 1MRIAEDlCT EDICT EDICTChina
China Mate a Statement Sta emel1tin in Tier TierOwn HerOwn
Own Defence Defencei DefenceTELLS UefenceTELLS
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TELLS iow IIOW OY THE MOBS IOBS ROSE ROSEClaras ROSECI ROSEC1ffinstIieTrnub1c
Claras CI C1ffinstIieTrnub1c rlJstI His Trimble Was V as Aggravat Aggravated A Aggravated1by grnat grnatedt ¬
ed edt ed1by by Foreigners roreigne13 iii Pckiir PckiirBEGAX PekluDEGAN PtkinBEGAN
BEGAN WITH THE BOXERS BOXERSThe 1OXEIt 1OXEItThe OXER OXERThe
The Decree Give n History UIItor of the thelJ tbeItI1rJ thetirIIng
ItI1rJ tirIIng lJ > rl = InK ln Jn n t the Empire t and no Asuortu AsuortuThat Aiier1iiThat IIr1N IIr1NTbat
That the Chinese Chhu e Government Did DidAll Didi1tPowc I I IAll
All All In 1r i1tPowc Its It Povrcr Powc to Protect 1rotectlic 1rotectlicKntinnDecInrcM the Lc LcKatlnn LeKotlonsDtclnrc
Katlnn KotlonsDtclnrc Declared the Allied lIletl Fleets FleetsUetcnn FleetfJltKOU FIeeiIicnu
Uetcnn Hostilities nt Tnlu and andThat nutljltat xtudThat
That the Commanding General GeneralOnly CenernlOnl Gezieri1On
Only Onl On Oheyed II III Ilbi IM Duty 1ut In JhkluJnelllKtnuctIIeoIII llclciurnc llclciur lI1z1ngUedtflHCeAPIICflIM
nc nelllKtnuctIIeoIII I tnucc Appeal to the World AVorldJor Worldfor orltl orltlfor
for Sympathy In Her lie l Great Dltre DltreA llstresi llstresiA
A copy copi of an imperial edict received by byJlinister l by1Inist y y1Hnhst
Jlinister 1Hnhst 1Inist r Wu Vu yesterday from Pekin was wasdelivered wasdelhered wazdelivered
delivered by b him to the Secretary of State Statethis Statethis Statethis
this morning The decree Is dated June
23 2 9 and wai wa transmitted by the Privy PrivyCouncil Prfy PrfyCouncil PrivyCouncil
Council In Pekin to the Board of WartIch War Warwhich Warwhich
which tIch sent It by special courier to the theTreasurer theTreaaurcr theTreaurcr
Treasurer of the Chlll Province who whothen whothen w120then
then sent It to the Taotal of Shanghai Sbang ai by bywhom bywhom bywbom
whom it was IS cabled to Minister Wu WuThe u uThe
The edict is virtually a defence of the theChinese theChinese th thChinee m
Chinese Government and a Hsciaimer < of ofall ofall o oall
all responsibility for the outrages in Pe Pekin Pekin Pckin ¬
kin and elsewhere in the Empire It is ismoreover ismoreoer Ismoreover
moreover a history of the whole Boxer Boxeruprising B01eruprising BoxeuprI1ng
uprising from the ChiaeEC standpoint sta llpolnt The Theedict Thedlct Th Thedict
edict dlct follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The circumstances which led to the thecommencement thecommen thecommenceracut
commencement commen emcllt of the flghtlag between betweenChinese betweenChinese betweenChinese
Chinese and foreigners were of such sucha
a complex confusing and unfortunate unfortunatecharacter unrortuaatechmlcter unfortua4tccharacter
character as to be entirely unexpect unexpected unepectcd ¬
cd ed Our diplomatic representatives representativesabroad repre repreeoatatvesabroad loBtUve5 loBtUve5abroad
abroad owint owl owlnc to their distance frem fremthe fremthe from fromthe
the scene of action have ha havehed e bad no m ms msof lac lacof < eas easof
of knowing noln the true state of thi UaiaS UaiaSa gs gsaad
aad a accordingly cannot lay the views viewsof ielsat viewsof
of the Govornnaeat before the Ministers Ministersfor YIersror 3Ltatstersfor
for Foreign Affairs of the respective respectivepowers rNpect1eP6wers repectlvepowers
powers to which they are accredited accreditedNow ncerMttedw nccre4KsdNow
Now w we take thlBopportmaty Oils otI t8at of 1 Sfltag Sfltagfally Jel1ICfHlly gliagfully
fully into the matter tQ er for tae informa information IDfMJDatlo inforwatisa ¬
tion of Mir represeatctivee afore aforell afoCW afoCWUlrhln aforesWVjrltng
ll Ulrhln > ri inc of the th Dnxern DnxernIn DnxtrtNIs floxcrIs
NIs In tlM tk first place there ar re e im the tfeapwvineoB thePNvtnecw teplneo
pwvineoB ef f ChiII and Starting SIutDt ag a aetess actII5 aclass
class of robeiifcMM subjects bjecta wile bad badTx Hdb b et etbeen
Tx been ofD > n in the habit ef practicing JK8 < ktag bexirg llexirgaHa bextrgsad
sad aHa fenciBg ia 1 tk tlMlr lr respective villages villagesnml vtnagaIliad vittaessad
Iliad at the same IRe time clothing their do doImg lie lieill dolags
Img ill with spiritMltotlc aaQ stnu strange stnutgerites strangerites e erites
rites The local authorities a tkMIU railed to totake totake totake
take due a Mtre tiee of them at the tl time timeAeeerdhlgly tleAsescdtagty e eAeeerdtBgiy
AeeerdtBgiy th the Infection spread spr d with withastonlsbtag withatonlshtR withaetonisMag
atonlshtR astonlsbtag rapMity Within the space spacef epUeGt epaceef
Gt f a month it seemed s med to make its ap appeoraace appeora appeersnee
peoraace peora ee everywhere eVerw ere and finally even evenreaehed evenreaehed evenreached
reaehed the capital itself itselfEveryone I Itselfflveryne lf lfBvcrywne
Everyone looked upon the movement movementas
as supernatural aDd strange and many manyJoined ll1In ll1InjOinoo manyjoined
Joined jOinoo it Then there were lawless s and andtreacherous andtreacherous
treacherous persons who ho sounded the thecry thecry
cry of Down with Christianity ChrlsUanlt About Aboutthe Aboutthe
the middle ml ld1e < of the firth moon these be began began ¬
gan to create disturbances dl turbanc66 without withoutwarning withoutwarning withoutwarning
warning Churches were burned and andconverts andconverts
converts were killed The whole hole city citywas cll cllfas
was IB a ferment A situation was wascreated wascreatCi
created which could not be brought broughtunder broughtunder
under control controlAt controlAt
At first the foreign powers request requested requested ¬
ed that foreign troops be allowed to toenter toenter toenter
enter the capital for the protection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legations The Imperial Govern Government Goernment Governnient ¬
ment having in view Iew the comparative comparativeurgency comparativeurlelcy comparativeurgeacy
urgency of the occasion granted the therequest therequC3t thereque3t
request as s an extraordinary mark of ofOourtcsy ofurtci ofourtczy
Oourtcsy < urtci beyond the requirements of ofInternational ofJterWlt1ona1 oft3teraatonal
International Intercourse Over fie flvehundred fieh1U
hundred h1U 4rellforeign foreign troops were sent to toPekin toPekln toPekin
Pekin This Th shows clearly how much muchcare muchcare muchcare
care China exercised in the mainte maintenance malnteJlnnee mainteLance ¬
Lance of friendly friend relations with other othercountriss othercountrI
countries countrissLegation countrI s sLegutlon
Legation 3Iemhcrn JlcmIJC r Accused AccusedThe tcciedThe eeuJI d dThe
The legations at the capital never neverhad neTerhad neverbad
had much to do with the people Butfrom Butfrom But lIntfrom
from the the time foreign troops entered enteredthe cnteredthe enteredthe
the city the men did not devote them themselves thenlseles theniselves ¬
selves exclusively to the protection of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their respective legations They some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times fired their guns on top of the city citywalls citywalls citywalls
walls and sometimes patrolled the thestreets thostre thestreets
streets stre tH everywhere There were repeat repeated repeated repeated ¬
ed reports of persons being hit by stray straybullets straybuUe straybullets
bullets buUe Moreover they the strolled about abouttht aboutthl aboutthe
the > city without restraint and even at attempted attemptt1l attempted ¬
tempted to enter the Tunghua gate gatethe gatethe gatethe
the eastern gate to the palace palacegrounds palacegrounds palacegrounds
grounds They Tbc only desisted whenadmittance when whenadmittance whenafmlttance
admittance was positively forbidden forbiddenOn forbiddenOn forbiddenOn
On this account both the soldiers soldiersand soldiersand soldiersand
and the people were provoked to re resentment re5entnent resootment ¬
sentment and voiced their indignation indignationwith Indignationwith indignationwith
with one accord Lawless persons then thentook thentook thentook
took advantage of the situation to do domischief domischler domischief
mischief and became bolder than ever everin everIn everin
in burning and killing Christian
con converts conTertsThe converts ¬
verts TertsThe The powers thereupon attempt attempted attempted attempted ¬
ed to reenforce the foreign troops in inPekin In1ekln inPekin
Pekin but the reenforcements encoun encountered encountered encoUntered ¬
tered rcsisVnce and defeat at the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the Insurgents on the way wayand wayanll wayand
and have not yet et been able ableTo To proceed proceedThe proceedThe proceedThe
The insurgents of the two provinces provincesof
of Chlli and Shantung had by this thistime thIstime thistime
time effected a complete union and andcould andcoalll andcould
could not be separated separatedKcnrcd separatedIcurcil separatedPcnretl
Kcnrcd to Urine a zi Crisis CrisisThe Crhtl CrhtlThe CrisisThe
The Imperial Government was by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means reluctant to issue orders for the theentire theentire theentire
entire suppression of this insurcnt insurgentclement insurcntclement insurcntelement
clement But an the trouble was as so sonear sonear sonear
near at hand there tl re was a great great fear fearOO fearaoo
aoo OO to Cumberland and Return ReturnFrom RcturnFrom fleturemFrom
From B II O station stati n at 8 a in Sunday July Jo iy
15 Irtui3li lCrtuu1i > le lere C < Cumberland 8 p m same sami w
day cI1 Its It a days splendid outing cheap e11UPIS cheapg
5 p m m Train for Chesapeake Kcach Kcachrlaatcrfiic n Ecae eb ebPInterra Ii Iirinaterfuir
rlaatcrfiic PInterra Intlts MO OO tlntlIt
finest Intlm Intlmat lntbt Lati mm mmatlewcrc
at atlewcrc t lowered lcIt prices at Fric F = My Iy J Corner Ctli and ci ad
that due protection might cot be as assured assured asared
sured e to the legations If the anarch anarchists anarchIst ¬
ists Ist i sts should be driven dlvento to extremities extremitiesthu6 extremitiest1Ub extremitieshut
t thu6 hut bringing on a national calamity calamityThere callD1ltyThere calamityTheco
There was also a fear that uprisings uprisingsmight uprisingsmight
might might occur ccur in the provinces proTinc of Chlll ChlIlan Chilind
and an a nd Shantung at the same time with withthe withthe withhe
the t he result that both foreign mission mlssionaries missionarles missionrlcs
ta
aries a rlcs ndChlnese nd Chinese converts In the two twoprovinces twoprolnos tworovinocs
provinces p might mlghlaU fall victims to popular popularruq
fury f ury It was was therefore absolutely absolutelyneissary absolutelyni1lssary absolutelyn
neissary ni1lssary n ossary to consider the matte from fromevery rromenry fromvery
every e very point of view viewAs vie vieAs viewAs
As a measure of precaution it was wasfinally wasfinally wasfinally
finally decided oclled to request the foreign foreignministers rorelgnmlnieters foreignministers
ministers to t retire temporarily to Tien Tientain Tlentln TIentam
tain tam for safety It was while th th dis discussion discussion diecussion ¬
cussion of this proposition was in inprogress Inprogr inprogress
progress progr s that th t the German Minister MinisterBaron JUnhterBaron MlnirterBaron
Baron Von Ketteler was assassinated assassinatedby assaaslnatedby
by i i riotous mob one morning while whileon whileon whileon
on his way to the TsungHYamen TsungHYamenOn
On the previous day dl1 the German Min Minister Mm lIn lInister ¬
ister l ater had written a letter appointing appointingn
a time for or calling at the Tsungli TsungIIYamen
Yemen But the Yamea Yam amen en fearing he hemight
might be molested on the way did not notconsent
consent to the appointment suggested roggestedb
by b the minister ministerAfter s
After this thi occurrence the anarchists anarchistsassumed anarchistsassumed
assumed a more bold and threatening threateningattitude tbrentenlngattltude
attitude and consequently consequently It was 4t jt jtdeemed Jtdteme
deemed wise to carry out the project projectof
of bending tiendln the Diplomatic Corps to toTientsin toTlentsha
Tientsin under an escort However HoWeerorders Howeverorders
orders were Issued to the troops de detlIled
tailed for the protection of o the lega legations
tions to keep stricter watch and take takegreater takegreater
greater precaution against any cmsr cmsrgoncy emergoncy cmergooey
goncy goncyForelcnern goncyIorehner gooeyForCICIICCM
Forelcnern Ilccnn the Attack AttackTo AUncJTo
To our surprise on the 20th of the thefifth th thfifth
fifth moon June 1C foreign naval navalofficers naTalomcers
officers at Taku called upon Ix 10 > Jung JungHwang JungKvanl
Hwang the general commanding oommandln > and anddemanded anddemanded
demanded his surrender of the forts fortsnotifying fortsDOtitln fortsnotifying
notifying DOtitln him that failing to receive receivecompliance receivecompliance receivecompliance
compliance they would at 2 oclock the thenext thenext thenext
next day d y take steps to seize the forts by byforce byfcuce
force Lo Jung KwaBg being IBg bound boundby boundby
by the th duties of his office to hold the tboforts thoforts
forts how could he yield to the de demand demaRd demend ¬
mend On the day named they actual actually actually ¬
ly first tired npen the forts which whichresponded whichreeponded
responded and kept up fighting figh1ln > all day dayand dayand dayand
and then surrendered Thus the conflict conflictof conflictof
of forces began but certainly the ini initiative initiative mitiative ¬
tiative dd net come from out side sideEven sideEven
Even supposing supp slng that China were wer not notconscious notconscous notconscious
conscious of her true condition how howcould howcould
could she take such a step ep as uto to en engage engage engage ¬
gage in war with all the powers simul simultaneously slmultaDeously aimultsaeously ¬
taneously sad how could she relying relyingupoa retytn retytnupon
upon the support ef aa anarchistic anarchisticpopulace aarc lIstlc lIstlcpopulece
populace g se into war with the th powers powersOur powersOur
Our position p slUea In this matter atter ought to tobe tobe
be clearly understood by b all the pow powers pwso powera ¬
ers < so The aJ aN abevo ve te a rtatemeat of Ole tkewroags OleWJOllga be
wroags w we have goffered IMICte sad b hew tv China Chinawas ChiaoWa8
was ws driven II to tile imfwrtuaate nuDate poeition poeitionfrem po pealtionfroni tlon tlontNIH
frem vhick JIlek se abe e could not escape escapeOur eeapeOllr capo
Our several veroI ministers will 111 make makekavwrn m ke kekl1e
kavwrn kl1e accurately aM a4 to detail n tb tbMBteats the t1Mceeeata
MBteats of thtKscree Uak th7deene 48efte mt aa th the pettey petteyof HJ eyol palleyof
of CMna to tile Mtateters af Foreign FereigmAffairs FerefgAtra Foreign4tffasr
Affairs Atra ra 18 Ute be respective countries aDd aadMMMTC aDdHllltre andare
MMMTC them that Military tfttary authorities authoritiesare lUes lUesare
are Mill 11I strjctlj enj eaJbe4 tae4 to 0 a athnl er I pro protectloa JICOteetloR peatection
tectloa to Ole ICKctteaa as hltk bltJterto rto te tethe tethe tothe
the utMoat of their power Vff As for the theQBarekists thenardatats theanarekIM
j QBarekists they ke will 11 be severely dealt dealtwith tlltaltwith
with as elrcvmctaMces permit permitThe permitThe permitThe
The several en1 mlatsters will continue csatiaHeIB C8DthilueiB
IB the 4teehrge of tbe duties of their theiroffioe theiroffice theiroflice
office ox hitherto hltk wKhcnt heettatlon or ordoubt ordoubt
doubt This telismpktc dccroe to be betransmitted betranlmltted
transmitted fer their Information Re Respect Reect ¬
spect ect this tkteliiilHtcr tJd tJdJlhal4ter this3lliiister
liiilHtcr AVn Was n Guarantee GuaranteeIt
It was learned at the State Department Departmentthat Departmentthat it
that Minister Wu had satisfied himself of ofthe ofthe C if
the t he authenticity of the decree before pre presenting presenting preenting i ¬
senting s It to the Secretary Secretar of State The Thedepartment ThecJepartment Tb Tbepartment
department d accepted Mr r Wus statement statementthat statementthat It Ithat
that t the decree was genuine and the offi officials officials L LaIs ¬
d cials aIs said that their confidence in the theChinese theChinese tb e
et
Chinese representative represcn aUe was Us so great that thathis thathis th t
his h is assurance of the authenticity of the thecommunication thecommunication th thommunication e
communication c was a guarantee to that thateffect thatetrect th t
effect e He would not have presented it to tothe tothe I o
the t he Government they the said If be had not notbeen notbeen at t
been b een satisfied that It came cu e from the recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized authorities of China in Pekin PekinThe PeklnThe PekinThe
The position of the Chinese Government Governmentas at atas
as set forth in the decree accords with the thetuppositicns theEupposlticns ti a C Ceupp
tuppositicns eupp siticns as to the situation In Pekin Pekinon Pekinon Pek in inon
on which the United States Stat have been pro proceeding proceeding pn a acceding ¬
ceeding since regular reguar communication with withthe withthe wi Lh Lhhe
the t he capital was suspended Accepting the thedecree thedecree U ie iedecree
decree as authentic it is evident that the theChinese 1 me meChinese
Chinese Government has from the first at attempted a aempted ¬
tempted t to protect the foreign legations legationsand legationsand 35 35nd
and a nd foreigners generallr or at least Is now nowwilling nowwilling no w wwilling
willing to assert Itself in that direction directionThat dlr Uon UonThat ma maThat
That China does not regard herself at war warwith warwith wi 11 11with
with the powers despite the firing firl g on the theTaku iheTaku ti ae aeTaku
Taku forts Is also to be understood from fromthe rromthe fro UI UIthe
the decree decreeThe decreeSOlne decreeSome
Some IerHnent Questions QuelIonThe QuestionsThe
The fact that the adherents of the GOT Government GOTernment c cernment ¬
ernment are determined to restore order orderand orderand ord er erand
and protect foreigners is now the Import Important Impertant impcrant ¬
ant consideration It is believed here that thatthe thatthe th at atthe
the decree is the forerunner of good news newsfrom newstrom nei rs rsfrom
from Pekfn as the Government would not nothave nothae a ot othave
have issued it bad the Boxers been in incomplete incomplete incomplete
complete control The fact that the Gov Government Go Goornment s seramnent ¬
ernment is able to get communications out outof outor a Ut Utof
of Pekin Is also an evidence of the res restoration restoration re 3 3toraiion ¬
toration of the recognized authority The TheState The8tat TI e eState
State 8tat < Department would like to know knowhowever knowhoweer kno Iv
IvIc
however why the Chinese officials are able ableto ableto ab abto Ic
to communicate with the outside world worldwhile worldhllc wor Id Idwhile
while hllc Minister Conger is not notWhatever notWhatoTer notWhatever
Whatever may have been the Intentions Intentionsof IntenUol as asof
of tho Empress Dowager and her advisors advisorstoward adTlsorstoward adviso ra ratoward
toward foreigners in the beginning of the thetroubles thetroubles U e etroubles
troubles they are now apparently anxious anxiousto anxiouto anzloi us usto
to do everything possible to protect them themThe themThe them n nThe
The assertion that the Boxers are anar anarchists anarchlsts ana r rchists ¬
chists is perhaps perhais the most important part partof partot pa rt rtof
of the communication as it shows that the therecognized therecognized U he herecognized
recognized Government is opposed to the theantiforeign thenntlforelgn U c cantiforeIgn
antiforeign movement and is striving to tosuppress tosuppreUl tosupprets
suppress it it The officials here say that thatthe thatthe th at atthe
the question of whether the Chinese Gov Government Go Goernment 5 5erament ¬
ernment Is in insympllthy sympathy with the Boxers BoxersIs Boxo ra rais
Is of no consequence consequenceNorfolk consequenceSorrolJ consetiucnceNorfnik
Norfolk t VnnhInnrtou Steamboat Co CoDelightful ColzhUul c o oDelightful
Delightful lzhUul trip trips daily at 630 6 p p m m to Old Point Pci at atamfort
Comfort rmtort amfort Newport Neirs N ena 15 Norfolk Virginia Beach Beachand flc flccad aclJ aclJmd
and Ocean O Mew lew For schedule tee te page pIg 3 3Flynn 3 3Flynn 3Flynns
Flynn Flynns Business DOIllnc College 8th nl and K KSoand KDwiness I c cShorthand
Dwiness Shorthand 1rltin
ti a rear rearSnund ycaaSound
Sound coort ootl Xo 2 Kloorlnir Floorln only oulyJ100 2 2nr nnerltd
nr nerltd J100 100 tq ft It Nor Cue C pise we Frank LH Libb > ly Ct 1
TRYING T RYI TO roPAffiPY PACIFY MO MOEmpress PEKINEmprcss FllKI
J Empress E mpress and Emperor Said to Be BeStriving BeSh
Striving Sh iug for Or Order OrderShear er erShen
s Shear Shen Sh enw Informs the Consul at Sliangr Sliangrlinl Slann Slannlaal Slmanglint
lint That the Legation in the Cap Capital Calitnl Cupital ¬
ital Were cre Holding Out on July JuI JuInnd Julyztnd 5 5and
and That the Boxer Had Been BeenGreatly DeenGrently fleetsGreatly
Greatly lledaced in Xuinbern XumberLl XumberLlI1un iumnbersLtSlung LI LIHUUR
Slung I1un CUniiK Reports That the Fan Fanntivn FnnIIth1t ranulvu
ntivn Have IJn Uccn frcwti S SvnUlfltitiI SvnUlfltitiIof H < r a dD D tAn iatlof tAnof
of the he Desperate Fisrhtinfr Iihtln at atTientsin ntTle atTientiinScoutlmmg
Tientsin Tle TientiinScoutlmmg inSeoutJn Scoulln of the Co CoaumckH CoaumckHSeH CousackSaves acUK acUKthe
Saves the Allies From l Prom roJD Defeat DefeatLONDON DefentLONDON
LONDON July JulylLThe 1L The Pokin situation situationis
I is still in doubt notwithstanding a Shang Shanghai Shanghai
1 hai ha l despatch received today which whl h states statesupon statesupon
i upon up on ibm usual highest but anonymous au authorlty authority
t thorlty th ority that the Chinese Emperor is alive aliveanll
f and an d that the Dowager Empress restored restoredto
I to the throne and working orklni in barmony barmonywith barm narmony ° ny
i with w ith him Is striving to reestablish order orderSbeng orderSheng
Sbeng the Chinese Director of Railways Railwaysand RallwtYsmd
and a nd Telegraphs has again come to tq the thefront therront
front fr ont according to a despatch to the theTimes
Times from Shanghai and has Informed Inrormedthe
I the th e consuls that he has received a tele
rccee
J gram g gfo ram from Pckln which states that thtt the theforeign 11e 11eforeig
i foreign foreig fo reign legations leg3tons were holding out against againstthe igainst igainstthe
the th e rebels on July 5 and that the numbers numbe numbeo
of o the Boxers had hd been greatly geaty reduced reuee
A despatch from Paris Pais says that the theChinese th thChinese I
Chinese C Cti hinese Minister to France Free has commu communicted
nicated nicted ti to M I Delcasse D lcae the Foreign Foreig Minis Minister Minister Minisr
ter te r a telegram telegrm from Li Hung Chang Clan of ofyeterdays
yesterdays yeterdays y date which states that the therebel therai1
rebel rai1 r ebel soldiers surrounding the 10gtOBS 10gtOBSat legations i
at a t Pckin have been scattered scatteredTientsins satered
Tientsins rleuhlnl rLcti Desperate Situation SUUtOI SUUtOIAt
At last reports Tientsin was still sUl jn Inde I
desperate de d esperate e straits strHl A despatch delpteh from that thatI
city ci > ty says YS that the place was bombarded bmDr on onJuy I
ciJ
I July Juy J uly 4 and was S alto a10 attacked atacked by infantry infantryThe InfatJ
The r he attack atack was repulted repulle without difficulty difculty difcultybut difficult r
I but b bfi ut there was considerable loss from fro shell shellfire shel i
fire fre fi re Four more British Brltl h naval guns arrived arrivedon I
on o n July 5 6The
I
The fighting fghtn was the heaviest he vlelt os e et o
t Jul J uly 6 when he te the RU5sans aoe alone brel boned IO
Vice Admiral Admira Seymour Seynour his hos recovered reover reoverfrom reeoore 1
from f rom his wound and Is again commanding cmwlndlng cmwlndlngthe S
the t he British Britsh forces forcesAccording foreesAccordIng forcesAccording
According to despatches aeEptehes to Daniels DanielsNews Dahlelsews C
News ews Agency from Tientsin the allied aled aledtrops I
troops trops t roops are growing weary wear of the constant constantfighting COIM3lt COIM3ltfGhtng t
fighting fGhtng l Were oro it I not for the splendid splendidscouting Jenl lend I
scouting s coutng of the Ccscacks cks they would have havebeen haebeen hay hayeen I
been b een rushed long ago agoA agonews
A 4 news agency despatch d6ptch from fro Shanghai Shanghaiudds Sbalshal Sbalshaludds Sheaghadds t
udds u dds these details etals to t previous preis reports reprts of ofthe orthe a f fhe
the t he fighting gbtlD at Tientsin TientsinA Tletsha TletshaA
A battle btte which lasted laste four day d days was wasj waseHe wa S
j ended eHe e on July C by b a brilliant brUIat bayeaet bayeaetnational I Iharge
ekarge c by 1lt IKd J picked > k0 mon ot uil tMI Inter Interat1onl
national 1811 a troops troopsThe trop
The Tie sortie sorte was decided eked open upn by b b Adaaira AdaairaAlexteff 1 1
Alexteff AJexJ after afer a long lonJ duel between 1twee twelve twelveChinese twee tweeChlge e
Chinese Chlge guns and an the Ue naval n Tl guns gu frem tre fre the theBritish te teDrlth th thBriUah e
British cruiser crtr Terrible Terribe supported 5pp8 by I the themachine themcllDe Us e
machine mcllDe guns of the marines marinesTke Ir8 Ir8Tle
The Tle column eo mg dashed aeE out ot ef t tuer th the tows yn yncr L
uer cr der cover cver of a a 16 heavy are Ire re from rro the Royal RoyalAsiatic RoalAsiati Roym LI I
Asiatic Asiati Artillery Artier With bayonets byouet fixed fxe the therara te temeR Us Usnca e
rara I swept swep straight strl t down dn OB O the Chinese ChiDeSeposiin Chineseposition e
position posiin They dashed ed ia among ng them thembayoneting tJem tJembyonetng 1
bayoneting byonetng them ea every e r side a The Chi Chinese Chinoe Chinose 1 ¬
noe nose were seized z with wih panic pale and an fled Se in inceafusien Inc I a aonfusion
ceafusien c fuslon The Th international IDteratal troops troP fol followed folloe to toowed ¬
lowed loe l shooting sbtlg as they raw ni The charge chargestopped care carestopped e etopped
stopped s the bombardment bmbrdment for fo 8e some time timeThe tme tmeThe timeThe
The guns gas of the allies al then gave atten attention attention I Iion ¬
tion t ion to the native natye city cty which had been re recaptured reCptured rccaptured ¬
captured Cptured by the Chinese They poured prEd In Ina Ina i U Uit i
a a terrific shell shel fire fre The Chinese Chln loss lo must musthave mum mumhave ust ustbave it
have been very er heavy heavyTHE heayT heavyTHD
THE T CONQTTEBOB CONQUROR CONQUEBORBUNS BUNS RUS ASHORE ASHOBEMlahap AHOR AHORJlbbnp ASHOREMishap
Mishap Jlbbnp on Its AVer n ay to Join the Fleet Fleetat F1eetat PIes t tat
at 1ortlaudLONDON Iortaud IortaudLO 1ortlaud lortlaniLLONDON
LONDON LO D July 1L 1LThe The thirdclass thlrdcas tur turretship tu I Ietshlp
retship reshlp r Conqueror Coqueror while whie on her Tray 7 to toPortland toPornd I o oPortland i
Portland Pornd today toay to Join the fleet n t now nt be being b b 5 ¬
ing In i ng mobilized mobized there ran ashore oa O the theshambles theshamble U Uhambles 10 s
shambles shamble s three tbr miles southeast suthest of Tort Tortland or tt t
land l It I is expected that she will wi I 1 b float floated ioa ioaCd oat oatc t ¬
ed c at high higl tide tideVON tde tdeVON tideVON
VON KETTEXERS XTTS STTCCESSOB STTCCESSOBIn SUCCSOR SUCCSORDr
Dr Von on Sehworzcnttcln In to DC fit Ger Germanyn Germon r rmanys
manyn mon JIInlMer 3llnlstcrBERLIN JIInlMerBERLIN lnlter lnlterBELIN
BERLIN BELIN July 1L lLDr Dr Mumm Von VonSchwarzensteln VonSchwazenstln Va In InScbwarzenstein 1
Schwarzensteln Schwazenstln will wi be appointed Minister Ministerto Miuist Ulister Ulisterto rr rrto i
to China to fill 11 the vacancy caused cused by b the theassassination tbeassassinaton U me meassassination B
assassination assassinaton of Baron Von Ketteler KettelerMINISTERS KettelerTS KettelerOUT
MINISTERS TS OUT OF DANGER DANGEBBerlin DAGE DAGEDtrln DANGERflcrlln
Berlin Dtrln hears JcarM That Tlla They Were ere Safe SafeJnly SafeJnI Sal to toJuly
July JnI I IBERLIN
BERLIN July 1L 1LThe The German Geran Consul Consulat Cons Consat ill l 1
at Chefoo cables that the Goverjor of ofShantung orShantung ofShantung if
Shantung has ha sent a despatch to t he for foreign foreig foi r reign ¬
eign eig consuls at Chefoo Cheoo saying that ac according according a acording ¬
cording to reports on July 4 the ministers ministersct malsterct miciste cc ccot 9
ct Pekin were cut of danger and the revolt revoltwas reolt reoltwa reva It Itwas 9I I
was wa decreasing decreasingCHICAGO decreaing decreaingCCAGO decreasingCHICAGO
CHICAGO CCAGO E EXPRESS S TVBECKED TVBECKEDr WEC WECTrain WBECKDTrain
Train Uobber r Celieved nelecd to Have HaveOpened IhueOpened lIa eOpened e
Opened a B O Switch SirItchPHILADELPHIA Sleh SlehPHLELPHI SwitchPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHLELPHI July 1L lLTe ILThe The east eastbound eastbound eas t tbound
bound Chicago Chicgo express Cress on the Baltimore Baltimoreand Bltmore Bltmoreand Bsltimoi re reand e
and Ohio Railroad RIroad was wrecked at Holmes HolmesStaton a aStation i j
Station Staton about seven miles mies from Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphi I Iplta ¬
phia phi at a 3 oclock ocok this morning A A switch switchwas swich swichwas awiti n nwas a
was left open and the light JGht marking it i was wasextinguished wasextngished w as asextinguished s
extinguished extngished by the te miscreants mi = reant whose wha me e
Identity Identty is as yet unknown unknownAn unknownAn unknownAn
An attempt atemt made to wreck an express expre Sc 3
train train nn on the T Baltimore r 1 t > t tthis cxress
Daltmore and Ohio at about abo Lit t
this point was discovered
less than
a amonth amonth amonth a
month ago and railroad ralroad men believe beleve tlut thr th St t
robbery was the motive
motve on both occasions occsions 5
The Te train which ran into Intotbe the open switeJi switm dt
this thi morning consisted consiste of six si express swItcL swItcLI carj carl car S it
I two day
coaches and two
sleepers sleepersone Vn Vnone fl flone a
one of the express cars crs was as 53000000 000000 in ingoltlbulllon
goltlbulllon goldbulon en route to the SubTreasury 17 r
In New lew York YorkThe York YorkThe SubTreasur
The Te train trin left Washington Whingon at 1130 130 last Ia at t
night It I was s due at Philadelphia Phiadelphia at 310 3 I
this morning While Whie approaching the city sii siiat v
at a speed of f forty cty
ty miles mies an hour h0r the lo I ¬
comotive cmotve suddenly lurched lurche to the right right rigt it
The engine engne was wa overturned and the tarts tlar h to 3
baggage ba ggecars cars were thrown from tro the track trac
The Te coachers and sleepers sleper were te not trck dam s2aii am ¬
aged Passengers Faenger and crew escaped < in I a
Jury JuryThe jur
The railroad rairoad officials ofcials have placed detect dete etec cA
tires on the case and have
tc cle offered
ofere a re r e ¬
ward war of 500 for the arrest arret or o conviction coviton convictim an n
of those tampering t
peg with wib the switch swltcJ switc It 1
required rquired considerable consIderble time imeto to get the tl tars tn ca ms I B
back back on the tracks and there was
tracs
ant wa a con co a ¬
sequent delay in the
trains te runnng runnngot of othe o oth er r
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I
NINTH NIH INFANTRY IFArRYI JN CHINA OHINA OHINAIntlnl
Intlnl La Lariv 1 41 inline nilin of the Regiment RCIhneit Reported Reportedl ReporteIby Reportedby
l by y Admiral Henaey HenaeyThe ne neTe RenveyThe
The Te following foloIJ announcement nnounc ent ol the Le Ledvl ar arrival oral ¬
rival dvl riv al at Taku of o the Brooklyn Brookly8d and the thethrh
Kinth thrh Ii nth Infantry Inftry has h beeiureceived bee receiv d from trm Ad Admiral Admiral Adral ¬
miral aU ral Reiney Reey
Chefoo July J ly 10 10Arrived 10Arlyed 10Arvived
Arrived Arlyed yesterday rCterdT two bat battaliona battaUOni
taliona taUOni Ninth lnth Infantry Infantr and ad one Oe Oebattlon onebattalion
battalion battlon marines Coloiel clQ lel Meade Meadelanded Meadelanded Meadelanded
landed today toay to t proceed to Tientsin TientsinAllied T ntln
Allied Ale force at Tientsin Tlenbtr ecgaged etg ecgag d in inmaintaining inmaintinIn
maintaining maintinIn their defences den s Ordered OrderedSolace Ordered OrderedSolace
Solace here her to t take tke sick srk and d wounded woundedto wouned wounedto
to Yokohama Hospital Ho l l Oregon pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds soon to dock at Kure lue towed by bychartered bychcrcnd bythartcrvd
chartered chcrcnd ltclun steezoer tcnm r and ovey OtTOe ooyed < i l by byahie byNashville > r rNashville
Nashville ahie Just learned from fo Admiral AdmiralSeymour dlrl dlrlSeyour
Seymour Seyour that tt Tientsin Tlcntlnorlgners Tlcntainrforeigoers foreigners there thPIC thPIChard
hard pressed preued REMEY RE11EYI
It I Is I obvious ohvlou to the naval authorities authoritiesthat authortes
that tt th thof at Admiral Admira Remejr Rcc refers reer to the te arrival arrivalof nrinl nrinlot arrIvalthe
of ° the Brooklyn at a Taku T ku and at not hot ot at Che Chefoo C1e C1ero ¬
foo ro Zo o as the date < line lne of the despatch Cetch woud woudIndicate woudIniicat
Indicate Iniicat In dicatis The landing ll ng of two battalions lttloW of ofthe ofthe
the th e Ninth Infantry Infanr and the battalion bttlon of
E marines mrles m arines under uncr Colonel Clonel Mettle ele was S made madealso mde mdealso
I also al so at Toku previous prYI01 despatches deatchea and an the Lc Lcknowled theowledge
j knowledge knowled kn owledge e that there waff waS w no necessity nc1Hy of otdlembrklDg
d disembarking dlembrklDg di dibe sembarkiog at Chefoo Cheo showing this thl to tobe t
I I be so BOThe
The Te soTe Solace SlaC to which Admiral AdmlJ1 Remey re refers rC
fers fo re was used as in the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmercn SpanishAmercnwar SpanishAmericanar
war w ar as a hospital hOIlal ship ahi for re the te United Unie
g States St ates Navy avy Lately Ltely she he has ha been ben in serv servIce
icaU ii ice ic e as a supply vessel vesse but buta buapparcnly apparently p3cnily Ad Admiral Admiral Adral ¬
n miral aU ral Remey has again galn put her in service servicefor serlce serlcehosptal
for tm r hospital hosptal purposes for which whch she sh la ad admirably
mlrably mn irably adapted The Te State St t Department Departmentofficials Departmentofelas
officials ofelas o say they have no le8 news about abJut the theI
I c Chinese C hinese situation siuation beyond the tie edict dict furnish rurih
I c ed today toda by Minister Wu Tingfane Tinsfang TiagfangWhile
While Whie no report direct dlrct from Colonel Clonel LIs LIscum L1scum
c cum cu m has been received reelyed at a Jhe he War Par De DeI
I partment p artment announcing annoucng his arrival te at Taku TakuIllh
with w ith the battalions oUallons of the Ninth it Infantry IJfantry IJfantrythe Infantrye
Illh t the th e Secretary of War Wat Is I convinced onn co that thatColonel thatI
I Colonel C < olonel Liscum Liscumis is now at Taku A cable cble cbleI
t gram gam g ram received reeived this morning mornln from fro Colonel Colonelier
Miller M ier iller Chief Quartermaster Q uartermastet at Manila said sai
I that th at the Port Albert Alber had arrived adYe at Taku Tk1 ThIcauly
j July J uly 10 and ad wouldbc wouldbe allowed alow to rstern r3t1r to tothe
tco t the he United Unied States as soon son as Colonel Clonel LIs Ls Lscm Lisrn
cum cm co rn released releald her
I I The Fort Fo Albert Albe Is the freight rrellat ship alp which whle whleI
I accompanied accompanie a the transport trnepor lagan lln and car carre carod
ried cl od the baggage and field transportation
re bg e feld
I t of o f the Ninth Inth Infantry Infantr That T the Port Al Albert
bert b ert Is at Taku Is accepted as a evidence c11eBt evidencehat
j that t hat the Logan Lgan Is I also a1 acepe thcr thC theM L The Tc Qaar Quar
j j tel t emmaster master General Geerl today toay approved aProve the thecharter i
J I charter c of four additional additonl animal aiml trans traasj trRs trRsi
j j ports prts po rts and an one additional adUoa freight frt t skip sjp The Theanimal TheI Tti
I animal a shij shil abipa are the Pak Ling Ling Almond Almd Aimonsiranch
j 1 Branch BraDh B ranch Athenian Athenin and Kiltuc KUtu < They Tb will will5W wi I
j b b e ue used to crr carry 359 3S9O cTa cavair hoe horses and nd ndt
t 5W 50 5 o mules mUe to China and 8e tbe th t IlppD IlppDI Philippines PbiilppneaThey
I They will 1 leave Seattle Seatte the thl first fm ret starting arCLg
August AUGus A eguat 1 L The T e freighter freclter chattered e ere is li the th
I i Caltforaian CU t ndan which will m leave San n Fronds Frondsco Fre
co c C O within dtla a tear ff weeks with wit food r and aD equip equipmeet euip euipaeat
meet aeat m eat supplies sppUes suppliesThe s
The Secretary SeretaI of a time Ue Nary S4t Nav JS has sheeted sheetedas f sectes ettd ettdu I
as inn names w es for the six si sabrmrlce 51I rhe teats teatsGramp ts tsGrmps
Gramp Grmps G rampes s Shark Shk Pike Porpoise Por e Adder Adderand Mer MeraD
and aD a nd Moccasin MoccasinCOIX5JTEI MoccasinCOLONEL loln lolnCOL
COLONEL COL L DAGGEPFS DAGGBECR DAGGBECRConanacnder DAGGETISBECORD BECOHD BECOHDCommcndcr
Commcndcr C ommander of the Fourteenth Fonr tb Infan Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
try n Iopalnr Officer OfficerOalr OfficerOnly
omocr omocrOaly
Only two < wo batains battalions of o the Fourteeaih FourteeaihInfaatry FO b bInra8try a
Infaatry I are available uafabe la the t Phitifffiiaes
hIPDes hIPDestou
four tou f our of the companies copanie bate bDgr bmmgsthtlcmned gestation t3tt1nP ed is isthe 11 11tl I
the tl t ise United UDte States Sttes The Thessa ltop jpffcs 1 s ordorad ordoradto orar orarto I
to t o sail n from fro Manila Jlafa for Ch Od nJ oo tb t 13lh 13lhof 13thot 1311
of o f this U month l8th are Corapairfea COIR on f E E K F G 17 17I nI
I K L and M that that bavie haf have been a OB O duty dutyin dut dutin HI I
in i n the city ely of Manila UanJ as a part p of o the tie pro proTot provent
vent Tot guard gard of f the e city Th T1e 1he regiment eimat is iscommanded IsCIde I a
commanded CIde c by Col Aaron Aaro S S Daggett DaggettTli Dagg tt ttT
Tli T The battery btery of the Fifth Fih Artillery Artler order ordered oder odere ordered
ed e to China is light lght Battery Dn F which has hasbeen ha = as asbeen a
been on o duty in Manila laDla under 1le the com comnaad c co comami
naad m of Capt Henry Her J Rely ReIWrColonel
Colonel Clonel Daggett Dagget is I one Oe of the most mostpopular mostplr moe t
popular plr officers ofer in the Regular ReglQr Army Arm He Heserved Hesered H Hserved e te
served sered through thrgh the civil elyl war wa having hnag en entered entee ¬
tered tee the service as second e on lieutenant Jeutenant of a r
Company E of the Fifth Maine
Compny a te Fith Mala Infantry IsraDtr
He was a honorably hoory mustered m sered out Ot May Iay M I I18tl
1836 18tl and ad in the next ext month was wa made mae madecaptain a
captain cptain of the Sixteenth infantry Iaary For Fo
his services serTices at the battle btte of Rappahaaaock Rphaak
Statlcn Va November oeber 7 1853 18t he was wa wa a abrevetted
brevetted brevete a major mor and for seirant tnt aad aadmeritorious an d dmeritorious
meritorious mertrious service serice in the Battle Batte of aD the th m
Wilderness Wildernes he was brevertcd breerec a lieutenant lieutenantcolonel leutenant leutenantolonel Iieutenancolonel
colonel olonel At the close of thq war wr he was wasbrevetted wasbreetted we
brevetted a colonel and brigadier brlg der general generaltion genemtSinc wei i
Sinc State then he ha has received rp rapi promo promoUon promotion
tion in the Reguar Army Ary In lt 1I9 9 he was we a S Stransferred
transferred from trm the Sixteenth Sixtetnth Infaatry Ifatr lnfants I
to the Second Infantry and ad in 1892 be was waspromoted we wepromoted
promoted to a majority maoty and ad transferred trnsr red redto
to the Thirteenth Tirteenth Infantry Infant In 1S 185 1595 5 he hewas Ie Iewas Ii e
was made a lieutenant Jeutennt colonel of the th C
cone te teTwentyffth
thI
Twentyfifth Twentyffth Regiment Regment and and In March March1S99 Marh I
1S99 was promoted prmote to colonel clonel of the Four Fourteenth FourI ¬
I teenth teent Regiment RegimentCaptain neglmenLCaptain
Captain Rellly Reiy of the theFln Fifth Artillery Art I eI r
is a native of Ireland and has ha served in inthe Inthe I 1
sere
the Fifth FIth Artillery Artier since sinc he entered enter e Com Company Cm Cmpan I 1I ¬
pany pan B of that regiment regimet as a S a prlate prt rtte mte in inSeptember inSeptember I a
September 1S54 At the close coe of tiie e civil cvl civ civwar III II
war wa he bad attained attaine the te position P1ton p itIon of ser sergent sexgeant
geant gent and in December Decembr 1866 ws w ws appoint 4Ppolnted
ed from fm the te ranks rank to be b a second tond lieuten lieutenant leute lieutenant I ¬
ant ant Two years yers later later be was ruide a first firstlieutenant frst frstleutennt firm it
lieutenant leutennt and In 1S76 ISI he gradated grd grad ated ted from fromthe tromthe from U
the United Unied States Sttes Artillery Artlery School ccl chcol He Hewas Hewa H e ewas
was wa made a captain eptn January Januar 3 1S94 1S94Should 1594Should
Should Colonel Clonel Daggett Dalgett reach Taku In Inadvance InadDce i a aadvance
advance of General Genel Chaffee Chalee he b will Wl take takecommand takecomand tali e ecommand
command comand of the military mita forces forC in China Chinaunti Chin a auntil
until unti General GeDra Chalices Chfees arrival arITI as 3S Colonel Colonelif Colomo ml mlLiscum
Liscum U um of o the Ninth Inth Infantry Infant is Is Ia his hi ju junior junior I Inior
nior in lineal lnel rank in the Array ArraySENDING ArraySENDING my mySEUlG
SENDING SEUlG RATIONS RION AHEAD AA AAAcUTe AHEADActive
Active Preparation for Subsistence Subsistenceof cblstenCe cblstenCeof C Cof
of Troops TOOP Ordered Ord rCl to China ChinaPreparations Cina CinaPreparatons ChinaPreparations
Preparations Preparatons to subsist the troops order ordered ordered ordemed ¬
ed from the United States fo Nagasaki Naasaki Naasakishould Ci Cishould
should they the go to China Chnbaye have already been beenmade be bee n nmade amade
made by the Acting AcU Comscy Commissary General GeneralOrder GeeralOrdec I IOrders
Order Ordec Orders have been issued issed to t th t chief cief com cm cmmiss ccxxmissary
missary miss at San Francisco F ncco to t see that all al a aregiments
regiments leaving this tis country cunt for Naga Nagasaki Nag Nagsaki ag ¬
saki arc provided with forty days das rations rationsIn rUons rationiIn
In addition additon to the regular rgl Army ny ration raton ratonemergency ratio ratioemergency
emergency supplies supp1c consisting enslstg of o a beef bee hem at atstew
stew and
corned beef have also been or ordered am amdered
dered The commissary commissar at Chicago Chcgo has ha hx
been directed to purchase purielSO 153000 pounds of
bacon and 531 51 cases cses of orcrnel corned beef be For Forthe Fc w
the subsistence of these troops tOps orders rers have lia e
been Issued to Increase the regular regU month 5
ly shipment of bacon bacn to Manila da la ila by 51000 51000pounds 61000I 510 0 0pounds
I pounds making maklnt a total monthly monthl shipment shipmentof it itof
I of 651000 pounds poundsThese
I These supplies will wi beshtnped boslI d with wih the thercslment U me meregiments
regiments rcslment ordered ordlred to Nagasaki agakl and should aboul Id
they not be diverted to Taku Tam the supplies supples suppleswI S Swill
will wI go with the regiments to t Manila and as d
there be placed In the depot for use in the U me
Philippines Phippines PhippinesCOTON PhilippinesCOTTON te
COTTON COTON TRADESUJTERS TRADESUJTERSCurtailment TRES TRADESUFEERsCurtailment S SCurtaiment
Curtailment Curtaiment of Order on Account ceonnt of ofthe at atthe f
the Trouble Touhle In China ChinaCOLUMBIA ChinnCLUJIA ChinaCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA CLUJIA S C July 11 1Several 1Severallare ILSever Several Severallarge al allarge 1
large cotton mills mis that have been be making makingcoarse makng makngCore makir IN INcoarse 5
coarse Core goods gods almost elU1 exclusively lY for the theChinese theChlnesc ti ae aeChinese 6
Chinese trade trdt in view of o actual acual and andpete cs cspected a a apectnd
pected pete curtailment crtal ent In I orders oer from the aEat aEt aE it ithave
have changed ched to finer fe shades sh c for the te malc makIng mal t tlog
Ing of which they the were wer equipped eq lpped Other OUe1 0th at atmills f
mills mis are not prepared to make mae this tis change changebut cange cangebut e ebut
but none has yet reduced ruc the th output output outputjf
If I war against China China should sould b be declared declaredmills dccred dccredmms d dmills
mills In I South Carolina Crolna deding depending largely largelyon large ly lyon r
suffer sufer suferpm sufferS on the Eastern Ester trade tde will wi be b the first frt to tosuffer tosufer tosuffer a
5 p pm TO Train for Chesapeake Capeak Beach BeachEtc DCQcb1Ur Beat ii iiSee
Etc Ullr 1Ur Wrrnoe Wrn Jump jup from flth free the clouds cods codslxIG cloudsIxiIa
1X121O dreled dreseed lres e l 4 4 aides idel Shelving SJeITlna
2 rents 11 per sq ti f Call Cl for lowered lower prices on n F FULbO FUbbs
LiLbty ULbO t Co pcn
B UllLai DELY ncr i llIY n unR ruii FOR FUW llllfliuuimflo KBjTUGKIANS KE1llKIA npiriuWQ I I
J Jndge Jth lge Gantrill CantliI Allows Alons Time to Sam Snmmon
mon Witnesses WitnessesAttorney Winesses
Al Attorney Adorn Ac iorney e for the Alleged Aleled Goebel 3Iar nr j jCourt
del der ConJIlratora Conspirators Ilead for n Con ContnuKnceCourt
tnuKnceCourt t inuaneeCourt Court Grai Grait Grant COlpnlJor COlpnlJoroer Compulsory
i oer owerM t to force orce Attendance Atendnoce of ofTliOKC orIhoe
TliOKC Ihoe Whose ATio ose e Testimony TCltnl0n In Desired DesiredGEOKGEnxmTf DeJired DeJiredGERGEWX
GEORGETOWN GERGEWX Ky July 11 lThe lThewas 11Thero There Therewas
w was wa s a great gat crowd at the court cur house houseWen
w when Wen wh en the third thir days session e in of the te trial trialof tra
of ° the alleged Goebl Goebel conspirators capl tor was be b
gun gn gu n at t 930 oclock ocock this morning moring moringCmmoweaths
Commonwealths Cmmoweaths Attorney Attrney Franklin Fkin T be > e I
gan gs a his hi argument argment against the affidavit adavl for forte I
the te th e defence deence He said sid that of the eighty I I I
a absent abent ab sent witnesses witesss only fourteen rourten were set c setrth
forth fo rth as a proving prov g any fact ct in connection conntion conntionwih I
w with wih wi th the t1e case Of these he hI continued contnted I IJudge
j Judge Ju dge W H Yost of Greenville Grcevle bad badpromised
promised pr omised to be b present proenL No o subpoena subpoe had badbeen hadbeen haden
been be en Issued I ued for J K K Dixon Di on and in sev several 6eTerl seval ¬
e eral erl er al otter cases cae subpoenas subpnas had been Issued isauedVery lsed
y Very ce er ry late and were We not executed exoto Due Dueigence
diligence dUgenc dil j igence was therefore not exercised exercisedFranklia exeIsc exercisedFranklin
Franklin Fnkln further stated stte that the greater greaternumber geter
a number nu mber of the fifteen fiften Important Iportant witaesaea witaesaeacould fD e
could co uld be summoned summone by telegram telegm telegrs and an in 1 ma mase
c case cae ca se they could cld Dt not ot be b present preent their th r alS5 a1 ai
d dull da davits vits could cold be submitted sbmte subject subjet to ob objection
J Jection Je ction as CS to competency competecy and relevancy reeDY
During Durin the prosecutors argument arment ex exGovernor e
G Governor overnor Brown Brow counsel cnal for the defeace defeaceattempted dafeBcetempte
a attempted at tempte tempted to speak spak Judge Juse CantriJl CantH cut cuthim cutm
b him hi m off ot sharply sharplyThe sary saryThe sharplyThe
The reply repy of the defence tefence was a made by byexGoveor
e exGovernor exGoveor ca Governor Brown Browl He said sid that the Oe de de
f fence teDe fe nce had asked akO for te the personal perna attend ctenc
a aacc aDe ore of the witnesses oa o its Is affidavit amlt and aD I IOR
o oa that request rUet alone the court curt should shold I
g grant srnt gr grIn ant a eoUaunee continuance He read authorities uthlUe I
i in support sUPPt of the argument arment that even if I
i the th e prosecution poton should admit adml all al nh that hat the I Iat4a1t
a affidavit at4a1t atp at lldavtt of the tie defence stated Ette It weald wel I Iproe
j prove p rove that a continuance cUDlnee should shol still stl be begranted bagranted
g granted g ranted He further fur r aid that the te de i ifenee
r fence feb fe nce had had opportunity oppuiy to confer with withi wIthbt withut
i i but bt b ut few of the witnesses wkne aM they could coeidknow CJ
j know tno h now the facts fact to whih which they were vee to te tetify tN tNtty
i tify tty ti fy only Oly through throgk hearsay berY Under Uner this thisstate thist8te thisate
state st t8te ate of facts raet ke argued arEd the defence di could eouldnot COI
not n ot go into a trial trl of o suck sll gravity gravityJudge graIt
Judge uge Caatrili Caui ia aa opiciaa oicia read re it at
1195 1 I 1 t offered otere the tle defeace fea the te ceaip W copuaot copuaotroecea sery seryproeeae
J proeeae ItroC js roecea of the court ert to force fe the th atteadaae atteadaaeof atecwluw atteedaneabaert I Io
of o ° abeert abet witnesses WkDM The n court t decked deckedtamable te ol olth
th t hat the e a attaehaens hmen should l be s1e aie re i
tYIe t tamable sext ext Tuesday TrD and if I the wiue wiueare wiUe wiUere witseou
are a re not D then preceat pHat aa aS avi adavlt avit iraai r re tleat tleatwill ue
will w 11 ill be admitted amite as a evidence evideaceAa cee ceeAm evidenceAn
Aa aDa adjournment was U tn taken at atll3S HM 1 t I en enclock 2 2oclock
oclock oeok o clock to allow alow defendants defed tIne te for fo aa a adltMmal ad addittoral
dittoral d affldavtt a8rt showing kowtlg that tat certain ce wit wftceaaes wl
ceaaes I c eases e have bees be aukpoe M1 aszboeaed aed aedMB ae aeM
MB M HANNAS H AS COiTHITTEE C01TE C01TETloJe I
TloJe T hose 7 hn Will Il lr Irulll lruhnll bnMy Se Sethe Srre on ontlC us ustIt
the tlC tIt Ksecutlve Body BodyCLEVELAND Bod BodCLEVEL BodyCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND CLEVEL D Ohio mil July Juy 1L 1L1 iLIt It is I ke kellevcd HUeve beared
llevcd Ueve fl ared that tt Senator Hn henna Ha n has hs made me sand up l the thenew te tenew thm S
new n ew Republican ReWla Executive Ee8 Comitee C t e end endthat cn cnt an I Ibat
that t t a large nuaibor DMor of o U the atea aeah manwho whe iernrd 1 I Itt I Iin
in i tt 1SS6 wilt wu not D serve H6 egala egl Local Ll gaasip gaasipconnects gPconnet
connects connet c the t amass n1e ef o six s of tie t old o mem members me me ¬
brs h bers ers with Uh the te new committee emlte and addz 1 ate atenew fheew fim S
new a ew names namesThe nmes namesThe
The Te names name mentioned mntle are Cialnsan CialnsanHanns Clnn ClnnHanna a
Hanns Hanna i HeI Henry C Pr PJe Prjne TBe J 3 H Mauley SaBeI
Senator Snto S enator Lodge Loge ComeKus COe X Bites DH Ciris Cris S
Magee Senator Sentr Thuntea Thu 9 Senator Sor Fair
backs bck bo Cyrus Cyr Leland Laa Jr and X B Scott Scottof Sot
of o f West We Virginia tr Db Rumor Ruor adds a the name DIe of a f
Col C Myron 1rn T Derrick Heik of tb thi thin e city cty SB SBthe aDte a a
the te financial 1BDdll man m of the te committee mltee This ThisHerricks Ts Tsrelt ml S
relt r esult my may 1 be beght brought aaut about by CooDel CooDelHerrks I
Herricks Herrks appointment pptDt as successor of mm f
Geerge G eorge B Cox as s the te Ohio member o ot the theNational tbeXatonl Us a
National Xatonl Committee CommitteeBEADY CemtUee CemtUeeBEY
BEADY BEY FOB FOR NOTIFICATION NOTIFICATIONInrRc NOTCATOY NOTCATOYLnrJe
InrRc LnrJe L arge Attendance tendnnee Expected at the theCanton tle tleCanton tb C
Canton Ceremony CeremonyCANTON CcreDtOn CcreDtOnCANT
CANTON CANT Ohio July 11 lErthIBg 11Everything Everythlag is isia IsIn I In 5
ia i n readiness reaise Jor or the ceremony cereIoy of o notifying notifyingMr S
Mr r McKinley of o his hi nomination noinati for the thePresidency thePresker tb e
Presidency Presker P tomorrow tomrro The committee cmitee will willreach wll wil ml
reach r here from tr Cleveland CI ld in the morning
Delegations Del tons from ail U northern nrthern Ohio will wU be behere b C
here hereAlliance here h ere
Alliance Alan seeds word wor that tht the Morgan YOrn En Engineering Enbin ¬
gineering bin g rlng Compaays CompBYs employee epye would wold head heada heQ heQa bee 1
a delegation delegto of o a thousand tos or mare m from fromthat fromthat fret 0
that t hat city This Thi company capB makes Cake gun car carriages cr camapes ¬
riages n apes for the Government as well wel as other o othc c
heavy hea h eavy work work MassUlon 1llon sent word wor that a aelegation
delegation delegton d was coming cmIng from there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Tippecanoe Tippecno Club Cub of Cleveland is i to tosend tosend 0
send s end a goodsitJd goodsh escort ucrt with wIt the Notifi Notification Notf ¬
cation c Committee Senator Hanna Hann and oth other ob ober i ir ¬
er e r committeemen commiteemen and the Presidents Pesldents old oldregimental ol d
regimental comrades comradesA comrdes comradesA
A number of Canton shops shoP have haye agreed agreedto agfed agree d do
to t o give their men time off
teir tme 01 to t hear the thespeeches U e epeeches
speeches s Three Tree clubs cbs of ISIS are being beingcalled beIn bela g galled
called cled c out and ad plans plan are partly party matured matur to I o
have the Business Mens Association Assoiaton join joinin jot a
in i n the parade paradeSENATOR paradeSENATOR
SENATOR SEATOR WOIiCOTT WOLOT ARRIVES ARRIVESRooxevclt As AL9IVESfloojieselt
Rooxevclt RootcI Notification Xotlcaton Coaunitteemen CoaunitteemenGathering Conunlt ConunltteemeGathering eme1
Gatherln Gathering In Xevr e1T York YorlcNEW Yori YorkNEW
NEW EW YORK ynR July 11 lTe 11The The members mebrs of ofthe ofthe i af afthe
the committee committe appointed appinted by b the Republi Republican Republ I Ican ¬
can National Xatcnnl Convention Conventon to notify Goer Governor Goernor Covetnor ¬
nor Roosevelt RO eYelt of his hs nomination nelnaton for Vice VicePresident Vie ViePeldent Vim e ePresident
President are today gathering In th
Peldent toy Jtherng this city cit I
Senator Snator Wolcott Volctt of Colorado Coordo Chairman Chairmancf Chnan Chnancf n nof
cf the tho Notification oUfcUon Committee Commite is staying stayingat stying styingat stayix ig igat
at the th WaldorfAstoria
Waltrrtora and tonight there therewill i Oaem ere erewU re rewill
will wU be b a meeting mEetng of the committee comittee IP II his hisrooms hi Ii is isrooms
rooms roomsWEST roms roomsWEST
romsWT
WEST WT VTBCrHJIA vnI REPUBLICANS BEPTJBUCANSThe REULCAS REULCASTbe
The State Convention Called to Order OrderIn OrdcrIn Orde OrdeIn
In Charleston CharletitoCHARLESTON Cbnrltlton CbnrltltonCiARETON CharlestonCHARLESTON
CHARLESTON CiARETON W Va Va July 1L 1LTe 1LTeRepublcan ILTb The TheRepublican IC ICRepublican
Republican Republcan State Convention Contnton was called caled to toorder toordtr I o oorder
order ordtr today toay at l 12 oclock ocock by State Stte Chair Chairmac Chalrmar Chnimman
mac mar Dawson awEon It I is the largest convention conventionever conventon conventoneer In Inever i
ever held in the State The city Is i crowd crowded crwd crwde crowc t ted ¬
ed e with wih visitors visitorsSenator visiors visiorsSenator viaitorsSenator
Senator Elkins was wa called caled to the ohalr ohalras aalr aalras ohs it itas
as temporary chairman and will make
temporr wi an anaddress anaddree a n naddress
address addree designed desiged to be b the keynote of the thecampaign thecmpaign U le lecampaign
campaign cmpaign In West t Virginia VirginiaAfter VtrginiaAfter Cgnia
After fter the address the th committees commitees will willbe wi nI Ii 1
be 1 appointed appinted and ad the te convention conventon then ad adjourn ndjcurn am 1 1journ ¬ I
journ to meet this evening evning at 730 730Hon 730Hon 0 0Hon
Hon Hon A B White will wi it i is predicted predictedbe preicted I Ibe
be nominated nominaed tonight for Governor Goveror No Noother o oother oother >
other nominations nominaton will wU be b made today todayA todayA
A My MysterIous 1 erlouH EXIIoslon EXIIoslonSUFFOL ExplosionSUFFOLK Explosion
SUFFOLK SUFFOL Va Va July 1L 1LAn An accident accdent of ofmysterious ofmysterloue ofmysteriour
mysterious origin happened happene at the plant of otte of ofthe
the te Suffolk Sufolk Clay Cly Company Compny yesterday yestray With Witha Wit Ii Iia
a loud noise two bfc bf bi steel rollers rolers belong belongIng belonitag
ing to the disintegrator dl91ntegtor were partially partiallywrecked paUuJy paUuJyweed partial ly lywrecked
wrecked weed and In the absence of actual proof proofthe prot protthe pro of ofthe
the secretary of the
company suggested suggestedthat suggstedthat d dthat
that the breakup might have been caused caued castes d
by an explosion of an old bombshell bombbel The Theclay Te Ti me meclay
clay cay was u taken from breastworks bratwork erected erects erectsby
by Gei GeL GeLstral ral al Peck in 1SC3 1 and from which whichnumerous whic whit whitnumerous
numerous numerou war wr relics relC have been dug dug The TI Ic
disintegrator diitegor would crush csh rocks without withot withotstor witbom tt ttstopping
stopping stor lng the machinery machineryDo mchine mchineDo
Do Uwnntn Ufanta Salt Sat Water Di DiTake Dip DipTak Dipt DiptTate
Tak Take a plunge pl at Chesapeake < cp1e Besch Bech this ti evening eveningl eeningIumber evemmim og ogLumber
Lumber l bn lens n dropped at the Friendly FriendlyComer FriendlyComer Friend iy iyCorner
Comer and souuJ sc ounl beat bt boards bn JL50 130 at Cth and a cd
v 5 V s m
THE T ASSASSINATION ASSASSINATON PLOT PLOTStorr PLOTStory
Sj Story Sto Stoof ry of a Crank Crnk or a Baron Iron Mnn Mnnvhcaaen 3Iunchcu1en 3fuucimaunen
vhcaaen vhcaaenNEW chcu1en chcu1enNEW cimaunenEW
NEW N EW YORK July 1L lhalran iLChairman Chairman Odell Odellof OdeJ Odellthe
of the Republican Republca Committee Comitee gave gTe out a astatement astDtement
statement stDtement sta tement today regarding rogarng the alleged aleged plot plotto plotto plotassassinate
toOd to assassinate asssinate President Preident McKinley cKlnley Mr MrOdell MrOdeU Mrell
Odell Od Odhe ell was wa In Neffbtirg Abrg this morning and andhe andhe anddictated
he dictated dicate the tTatoment atement over the tele telephone telephone toleone ¬
phone ph one to one of the stenographers at the theRepublican theRepublcn
Republican Republcn Re publican State Stte headquarters headquarter here here What Whathe Wt Wthe
he said folio fOloW follows followsI we weI
I have read the account cunt in the thl New NewYork ew ewYork
York Yo rk World of o this thi morning mornag In reference referenceto
toMc to an alleged aleged plot to assassinate aHslnat6 President PresidentMcKinley Pedent PedentMcKnley PresidentKinley
McKinley McKnley Mc Mcsup Kinley and also as a to t the part I am amsupposed amsupposed amposed
supposed sup posed to have taken tken in the matter mater I Ihave IbaTe
have ha hacep ve nothing noLbtg to cay 3i upon Upl the subject I bj t ex except oxt ¬
c cep cept t that tat I made mde an a Investigation lveUgton which whic I Istarted Istrted
started strted sta rted with the State Stte Committees CmmIttees de detectives detetc ¬
tectives tetc tec tives on what I supposed suppo to be b pout political polt poltIcl ¬
j ical Icl fea t information Informaton and I discovered discovere either a acrank acmnk
c crank cra nk or a Baron Muncbauscn On the theprinciple theprincple
p principle princple pri nciple that tt an jounce unce of prevention Jreeton is isworth 1 inrth
w worth wo rth a pound pund of cure it I is probable probble my myreport myeort
r report rep eort ort to Secretary Sooret Dick accounts acnt for the thecare thecare
Cl care ca re now being bing takes taJ f of the President PresidentI Pient Pientr
I have nothing Bothig further furter to say sy except ecept to toexpress toepr
e express epr ex press s my regret reget that tt someone smeone has hs been beenindiscreet beenIndlsce beeniscreet
ii indiscreet Indlsce ind indma iscreet t enough engh to o make of this triSiag triSiagmatter trUllg trUllgmater
a matter mater ma tter the gigantic gntc plot exposed expe in the theNew tle tleXew
New N ew York World WorldPRESIDENT ord ordPRIET
PRESIDENT PRIET NOT WORRIED WORRIEDUnconcerned WOR WORUnconeerufcI
u Unconcerned UnconeerufcI Ufl eOnsrZjed Over the Alleged A As Anemia n J JNinaton
ninntion Ninaton Plot PlotCANTON l lt ltC
CANTON C OX Ohio Oo July 11 1PreeB iLPresident Prestteat Me le leKtaley
Klnley Ki sley is apparently 3HreBy set D at all al alarmed a
o over ov er the report rert of o a a plot p to I asMMteaie asMMteaiehim te tehim
hi him him him Although Algk the t Secret Sere Service Se Serecec effleera effleerareceived ececa
r received recec re ceived aa Intimation iDUton to be l careful cf l twe tweays twedy
dy da ays ys age ag they dW c net D dfedese dle this t fact factto fat factthe
to the t President Pr cnt thinking th kts to t save ve him 11m
f from fr om worry wrrySr
Mr Sr YcKi McKinley Jy bac hs ha always alw d deprecated r cated te to tomuch t too
c much mIh m uch attention tet from rr from the Uaf Secret Se Service Serviceraes Sk Skme
c me ma raes ca He le has bs even told t Chief CJ Within IJ teat t
B BO J obtrusive orve guarding nUng was wwaRte wawwaated wasted or o a I soot ed eded
e ed Out Ot of respect r9t te th ti the Presidents Pr8s Pr8se wish wteheeat
e e es Nt He S Secret Sei service aet agent J baa Ma Mazt beta
i eeat zt ne at with wih hIM 11 00 all al aU tripe tP The T OM
s sent lnt ne at to Cat Canton a obeying Myi laatmHlaaw 1 has haskept
1 kept kep ke pt In the tie baekgreawL 1g He aa a aaa kept J a sour r
1 the th e President PreBt only Gy ia 1 erowda ed The T Frost Prasta Ire
a de nt il t resents re U b Wi being i c shadowed iWe ky Gvem Gvemia
i ia mt oot at 4e lee electtvea < ecUvec and a rfedarw e thee th ia a adanger an
danger dangerTw dage da nger
Tw Two C days tJs 390 a wt without the ti PraddcBffi PraddcBffikaowle4g P8
kaowle4g bwlee k a dose da e watch uJ was w kea keathe 1t kept < ahoos >
the t1e ti me collage clg at algkt Dlgt Tk T The Secret S eetet Serriee Serrieeaaa e ewe
aaa aa wet we around a the t rMMflce e at a le I4 Mar Marval
val Y ak sad a sptMaatfealiy SIUay watce w < every everypossible el
possible pb p onibIe peltr wk whote re e aa aesaaete aasIn aright Igbt he heia 1
ia I waitiag waitiagIf was wsttin g I
If I the tf Secret nt Service S Bwreav B at atWa atklw
Wa sh45S Ma toa kaew klw of o aay plat a ao s O latlOM latlOMttoa aU aUe
ttoa li on af e 1 It wa wan 4teela t0 disclosed o4 k Me te The T a atkcrinec an anbclttet
tkcrinec tJte t only Gy attviaed 8 constant nt Tlgna vtgtlsace ee eef e ee
e o Aeat d f one a kInd J that t WMM uM DM D amtojr B aaoo tJ t iS Preat PreatAeat 1
AeatTk ce
Tk Te re ia a on apoeal tl poaj g guard e or r watefcaiaa watefcaiaaabwn J
abwn al the t PrvsMeafs Pfeat boaw h aifffci a or e slay dy dya teyas
as a a s M a Ibe 1h WhIte V1d House I Kv Every el ry precaution precautionwa pt
wa w an relaxed re bat It the e amMtiaattoa story storywill 11y 11ywil
will w ilt no e doubt ca The Cmstoe Can
wil I d c cause a a change d Te C
toe tO t o police pl Ice have ve always alwy offered of t te cpeciahy cpeciahyK lply lply1an P
K 1an gh uard ard the th McKinley McKtaey cottage ct while wilie Tte 1e la lahere I Is C
here lere h ere Wt k he c has h declined Ilk with w thank tkaakaSTRIKE tbaL tbaLSR
STRIKE SR LEADS2S LE ARRESTED ARRESTEDMnrjlnnd ARST ARST3hlQlnn1
Mnrjlnnd y Coal onl Miner 3lner < Charged nred AVitlt AVitlts lh lhIOcltln
IOcltln Inciting RIots RIotsQtB
QtB CIIIBBIta2D M 3 Md July 1 1e flmletscl I
ps p srmne cbat5ed tg ish h r riot a and 1awfd uotawful 3 35gb as
s 5gb rabiage m the t e disturbance dJtIuxe at the te nail aatistrtke U Usrke
strtke srke s trike raeecteg Dlg at LoaacdBleg Itg were we brawgkt brawgktto glt gltt t
to t t o Cumberland cmr yesterday yeey OB 8 beach bh war warraats wr wrnat
raats nat r ants by Iy Sheriff Srl1 Sker1 Martin ari and held he in inee fSW fSWeach 5 I
each e ach for court cowrtThe
ee er
The Te parties prie included mue the tI following foa Or Orgaaizer Or
gaaizer g aniser Warner rner the leader leder of o the t misers misersstrike
strike s ia i the te Georges Creek regies reO reoa Alba AlleaBarker AlJ I
Barker Bab B arber district dit Baton Wtn president ee William WilliamDobbs WimamD I
Dobbs D D obbs jr Charles Carle Clark CI James J s dark darkWilliam Cark CarkWii Olarkr
William Wii W illIam Mecroe Ieree J J4 Jobs faa Wilson WiI AleaD Alexander AlexanderMcCormick r
McCormick M crik Jcha cll M Eager Ee John JoB Do 11 Doug g gla
la 1 ag William Wiim Ford Fod Patrick Ptk R ttowan ew waa Freak FreakKyle Fran t
Kyle KyleGeorge KyleGeore K yle
George Geore Flanagaa FarasaB was held ia n 55 54t 9 for as assault as assault ¬
a sault ault and Peter McParlaad cParlaBd and Alexaader AlexaaderMcFarlaad AI xaader xaaderJcFarJand r
McFarlaad M each J3W ia two cases ef riot rtetAll ntAU I
MA riotd
All A ll furnished bail Some of the accused accusedbrought attttsedbrHght accuse d
accusee
brought b their sureties with 1tk them while whileethers whUeethers whli whlit e
o ethers had friends living ia I Combertaad Combertaadgo Cecobedano 1KBbe aD41 aD41go t
go g o on their bond Nearly rly all are yeasg yeasgmen YUljmen youn S
men and their marching through the thestreets thestr Us UsI e
streets str s ia a body bod created mack interest interestJudge IDterestJudge I
Judge J udge Boyd fixed the toads Bailiff inteceoty Perry PerryStump PerryStump Perr y
Stump S So tump of LoaacoelBS LonaeeniD swore to a a nambe ntH tzabeof ntHo >
of o f the indIctments ladlctmeatsOrganiser IDdletmeatsOrgaDler
Organiser Warner amer who is BOW to face facethe facethe Inc Inche e
the t he charges of riot and libel U was uaoa uaoacera USOBcenKd
cera cenKd c d District President Barber seeded seededdepress seeedtcpros seeae d
depress d epressed epressedThe d dThe tlThe
The arrests grow o Oft t of Indictments by bytie b btl1e I
tie t he grand jury and others will follow It ItIs ItIs I II I
ti
Is i s said that forty mca have been indicted indictedin ladkten 1
in I n one bunch for the same offence all the thenames thenames Us e
names being entered on one indictment indlctmentThis IndictmentThis I
I This is done to save erpense and at the thecame tb tbeame C
came c ame time facilitate matters Tae grand grandjury grandjury gran granury d
jury j ury was working on cases in Jail yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayand I
and will likely adjourn today The patit patitJury p potury It t tjury
Jury j ury has been summoned for next Moods IoIOfJdato Monday Mondayto y
to begin the trials trialsMeetings trials1Ieeln5
Meetings to select two delegates at eack eackmine eackmine ese k
mine to negotiate conferences confert1I with the thepresidents tl1epresidents Us e
Usis
presidents of the various coal companies companieswill compoBieswill is
will be held at the different mists ia the theGeorges tbeGeoIles tb a
Georges Creek region re < o today The object objectIs obje t
Is i s to secure a general eeral conference conferencePresident conerenee conereneePresldent
President Charles Charl K K Lois LOllI of the Con Consolidation Consolidation L ¬
CommI
solidation Coal Company had already coo coaferreJ COlferred I
ferred with wl 1 his hI miners aDd it was the am amto arm armto am U
to have other operators and employes emp07e5 em oes ecn ecnfer ecnrer I
fer in a similar manner bet at the lax laxmoment laJtmoment tat tatmoment
moment the plan pl n seems likely to miscarry miscarryWord m mlecarr rry rryWord r
Word was as received last night that the theoperators tbeoperators Us e
Usit
operators do not take to the proposed j jo ji nt ntconference ntoonerence it
conference coxerence and indications point to ncne ncnebeing nCinebdng not te
being held despite the meetings IlIgs at Jhe Jhemines U he hemines IC
mines today to name committee Tie Tiestrikers Tm e
strikers it is claimed took advantage of ofthe otthe of I
the recent conference with ysith President Lo L d dof II IIor I
of the Consolidated COI olidated Coal Company to tostate tostate I o
state that the operators operatths were wejkeainr wejkeainrThe elkenn elkennThe Imm mm
The operators say the th mlsconstructioa miseomtrU = tkHa of ofthe ofthe 5 f
the motives of the conference only tends tendsto tendsto ten tento s
to prolong the strike strike2HNERS strikeMilTERS strikerimIBBS
2HNERS BADLY BURNED BTJRNEDDisobedience s m mDisobedIence
Disobedience to Order hay Iay Retail RcnltIn Ilcaul IlcaulIn RetailIn it
In Four Deaths DeathsWIUCESBARRE DcnthlOWILKESBARRE DeathsWILKESBARRE
WILKESBARRE Pa July 11 1lA A failure failureto fallum e eI
to obey orders by John Pertornish a min miner mixor I
er in the Coxey shaft of the Newton Coal CoalCompany CoolCompany Cot CotCompany
Company at Pittston resulted in the seri serious lIerlOUS nor norous ¬
ous if not fatal injury of himself and andthree andthree as asthree
three others The men are William UlIam Scran Scranton Scranton Scrarton
ton Michael > ells and Joseph Lasvltcb LasvltcbPertornish LasvltchPertornlsh
Pertornish Pertorniahhad had been told not to go into intoa lot lota tO
a gaseous working fOrkh b and yesterday walked wllkedin walks Id Idn
in i n with a naked lght to get some tools AH AHexplosion Aaexplosion i iexplosion
explosion followed The four men were wereseverely so soseverely soseerely
severely burned that they were unable unabl = to towalk towalk I towalk
walk They The wore taken to the Pittston PittstonHospital PittstonHospital In InHospital
Hospital The physicinas cannot yet tell tellwhether teUbether is Ii Iiwhether
whether the men will live or die dieA dieA
A Knnni Heal lIealt11 < It Record RecordTOPEKA UecordTOPEKA RecordTOPEKA
TOPEKA Kan July Jul 11 lL 1LMorts Mortoa Mortoacounty ortoB ortoBounty ma macounty s
county Kan reports to the State Board Boardof Boardot Boa rd rdof j
of Health that there has not been b e a physi physiclan physIcian 1 1clan
clan in the county for a year There is a agood aood areason 1
good ood reason for this condition for there therehas therehas the re rehas B
has not been a case of sickness demanding demandinga demandlB demandlBa ma maa
a physician There are 400 persons in the thecounty th thcounty U ie iecounty B
county countySite countySbe countyShe
Site Drop From the Cloud ClondBalloon CloudBalloon ClondaBalloon
Balloon ascension a < n5 on Cbtcapeate ChffL a1e Beach 4 1 p in m mal4
14 To Cincinnati and andlleturn Return 514 514Vin 14 14in 14Peuitnyiwnnin
Vin in Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccount RailroadAccount RailroadAccount
Account Conrtntios Baptist t Youa Young Peoples PeopIc
Union Tickets on sale AI July 10 l to 13 l3 good to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return when wh n properly relldated udat to t July JuI 17 1 IL Ex Extension ExttDiIon E Etenfion ¬
tension to Asgwt 10 can be obtained by de depositing de d dting ¬
positing ting tickets with Joint Agent Ascatnest AgentBest cnt cntDest
nest and largest fcizeil Izrtt Shingles CO GOper CI s sper J Jper
per 1GOO made cf cypress Xo 1 quality CjI t1 by F
L Libbey J Co
RAILWAY R LABOR LABORTOIIBLII LABORTOIIBLIIreet TROUBLE TROUBLEStreet
Street St reet Car Employes in the Dis District District District ¬
trict Threaten to Strike StrikeXine StrikeXine Strikene
Xine ne Men Ien of the 31ctropullton Com Company Compau Coinatsy ¬
pany pau p atsy Quit AVork WorkCharges orkCbnrea Cbarsea of In InJnatice InJUtIce Znustite
Jnatice j AgaInst Jainllt the tb Syndicate Syndicatelade < jndlcate3Inae ndlcatelade
b 3Inae lade to Pay Pt Fares 2Vot Collected CollectedNo Collectedo
No N 0 Time Allowed to Bat En 2IcnI 2IcnIXiao 3IeaIaine Ienla IenlaNIJI
Xiao NIJI N ine employes af the MatropaHtaa Y tropellba Rail Railway IbIKway RaMy
way wa y Company a braaeh of the Washing WasMagtoa WallhtBgtoa WashingTraction
toa Traedoa and Electric Syndicate S ojUtwork ttdtwork quit quitrk
work wo rk this moralnR morJtn because e of alleged alleg un unfair unfair Unr ¬
fair ai r treatment L and it is contended that ta t If Ifthe Itthe Ife
the th e wrongs mngs which Jch caused these mem n to go goeut geett got
eut ett ou t and which it is acid have pr IHORtent pce4eco 4aeed dte dtecoatent di dintent
coatent co ntent among alt the employee Jtl8yea ef 1 the sys system spzm s stem ¬
tem te m are Hot reaiedtod a geaenl strike strikewill strtkewUl strikell
will wi ll follow follo The Th JBe1111ho maca ea wo who declined to en eentinee enttDt1e conae
tinee m ae at their poets of duty this maraiag maraiagcalled merIliRgcallc nosralagled
called cal led later upon Vice President Harries Harriespresented Harries Harriespreeated ifarrieseneated
presented pr prgri eneated te kim a statement a el < their tketrgrleraaees theirgrlenUlee theirevantea
grleraaees gri evantea and a8411t it was arranged that a soc socoad soc soc0D4l seed
oad an d coBfereace < shall be held at II oetoek oetoektomorrow oeleekt oclockmorrow
j t tomorrow morrow moraitr IltOrail The position It of the theaiea OleMea Usen
Mea ma n Is that 1t If ao resell satWiaetacy sa to tothem aoU toem
t U them th elB be reached at that conference a atrfVe atrfVewHI Jl Mskelt e
x wHI wi lt fellow which wKl Involve all the lines ttaesef IteseC linesrailway
ef railway ia the District operated enttetl by tk tkTraction tile tileTractlea theaction
Traction Tr action and Electric Cmspny CetQctnYkaewz mberwisu mberwisuews 4herwi 4herwikaewa
kaewa kn ews as the Syndicate SyadteateTkc SyadtateTH SyndicateThe
The mala eaaipfctiat iat el f the e am et ia that tkatthey IattHY thatey
t they th ey are ar twjascljr Je assessed J r rtag r atteaad atteaadsfaartages aIlon1estages
si sfaartages sh estages tag la their aecoaau as ak sIIewa sIIewatWr ahswaeir ra ky
shth
tkelr th eir registers r and a that they r bav base IIqer a ap appeal apout ¬
peal p out ar redraM redre el f any character They Tfceyaraat TIHiIYnt Theyeet
Q araat nt eet pay the amount el f tile alleged short ehectDMads sIMNta shortge
a ge ec leave tile cey 0 el tM lie lier dc dcnada
DMads r ca nada made upon tAw esa cnpaay aay is that thategister
Xegiater K egister er Clerk XcCaaa eC t Ute XeUwpell XeUwpelltaa
taB ta n Coapaay ea mapsny skall be dlackaryd They Theyclare
declare de clare that ke ia I oajact t It ia Mr XeCanns XeCannsd dnnnz dnnnzty nI1s nI1sf7
d f7 du ty t Ie Ink e the reglstoca zegistersthat ciItat tkac is isto is isIe inroad
to I read the register after < a car ke has 11Mt811 > ke bee beeaand a atamed
tamed l aand la I after its days S me aad s U de tie doct
daet du ct the number saker ef t faxes teiicated am the theface 1efae9 thet
face Sa t af the register re when it left t the ear earkara eMMn onern
kara ho rn la the auraias iaag treea fre Ik t aajaker anhorcited k kdleated III IIIIIIaI
dleated di cited at night thus tit skowlag 8 Ute Utet lb anon aawrfcer anonat
fcer be ef fare ns8g rang up dosIng eke day and awJwitk aMwtt andti
witk wi ti this aaker aseebor Ute fares Sa SadditC aa and andsht4s l lttefceto
ttefceto d sht4s brand t ia iadarter ItT Ute Uteol t eon eonarter
d darter arter af that i iTke b bJDe1I on tally tallye
Tke Th e man d do net protect agaiaec e aiaoc tike tikeprinciple tIIteNt therinciple
p principle ke Nt against the mmmmtr aanar 1 eC f the Ikeeaecatiea oT theecutina
eaecatiea en ecutina They T ebttn that tlLateiJwr el eIbr ker t tfeten tM cog regt cogters
feten t is ters are at Snail t ar that Mr XC XCTkey I MrCaan JL JLT lo loThey
They T ey data eIsl that aeeardiag to the WCl8 WCl8of toad toadbun ven vena
bun le a of Mr r McCaaa a eacdMctr eedortnen each eachaad h haM hnd
aad a nd ticktsis rarely balance bin regitr and andtkat sodat nd ndtllat
tkat th at practically every eoatee eosc4H < ea the theraed tileroctll Useed
raed roctll re ed is skowa by tkeee readings ft4 te ke any aaywkere a alitere anyhere
wkere w here from 54 vents te S lid M SAH nheec t en each caekday uetlaya eachare
day tlaya d are s work They T y contend eeate that ik mba mbaith ocecre ocecrewith CV6 CV6wi
with wi w ith h aacptcioaa A Jtldo regularity Asaoog JIMHI the tkespecific daespeclk thepecide
specific a allegations 11e ttou against Mr Mcf I cana zmm Is IsHe isne
1 eve o ne that instead of perferraiag iag the hrncl hrncl1It9 read readi meadane
i tage l ane blutelf ke a freeeeotlj fr c entrust tMe tMewerk t1IsI tWsork
I werk w ork to inexperIenced youths O 0 Oe = e ef the thelatter t1Jelatter th thoiler
latter t oiler it is saM id ki baa lead e eptefJB eptefJBealS rars site CM CMs
ealS c ars s la five DAtes IT nates Thin tile p otestiSR otestiSRployes ecestlagmployee ttag ttag8fIIJjlo
8fIIJjlo e mployee ployes maintain JD1 tab1 ie teo fast for formcy MIN MIN1ItCY oo ooacy
mcy r acy Another Aneth eeaplatec te that tfce tfceterc I sez sezern S Stens
tens t ern oftes one are at fa tavlt lt It te aaM DIIIbat DIIIbatOtcty Jbat Jbattkey ibathey
tkey t hey skip attsthers 1 and that soraetfcacs soraetfcacsirkea saeoe = a awileR awhen
when one fare Is rang nI ap p the regtoter regtoterwill resWerwtU roghaerill
will w ill Jnatp JllllQll 1M Yet the jaea me claim dai mo ex expianatiea explanatMa oxlanatlen
pianatiea p lanatlen will be heard h nL The answer al swer given giveatke gtyeatJMmea givenhe
tke tJMmea t he moo tkey tke claim is pay the sbertare sbertareer nhertaer
er o r get out Oa the late lUllS the e trailer trailerare trailerare traIlerre
are a re soatiates detached from one aatar car carto earto etco
at
to t o another and fares takes yet the zaea zaeawko maawto maaaho
wko w ho took tile ear out of the sheds te I tile tkemorning tilemoning tAoorning
morning m orning incst cst pay all the fares indicated indicatedky il indicatedthat ed edIt
ky that register registerAnother reisterAnotller registerAnother
Another complaint is 1 tat with regard regardto rega regato
to t o Ute speed at which cars are ma nI The ThescJae Thehedule
schedule scJae ac hedule 1l1e of Ute ears it is said eeatemplate eeatemplatefaster eeateRlJlllatefast coutesoplateaster
faster fast f aster r running ruDDln than Is lawfuL If the tkeschedule thechedule e esehe4ule
schedule s is not maintained Ute traiaaea traiaaeaare tneaire tralnenre
are a re fined or ot dismissed and It they the are ar arrested rrested as asested ¬
rested r by the police for violating the tbenlctpaJ EM EMatdpal askipal
atdpal o regulations re JaUo1s governing speed they tkeyare tke tkear theyre
are ar a re also fined ned or diaaaieEed by Ole com company lpan cornony ¬
pany pan p ony On one ef the ruBS front tke assla asslaarns sht shtbarns dBbarns
barns b arns along East Capitol Street t Ute tkeCapitol UteCapitol theapitol
Capitol C apitol there is i a stretch of efetUeeesquares etghleesquues efetUeee eighteenmutres
squares s mutres which mast be covered Ia DIRe nteeminutes DIReminutes nineinutes
minutes m inutes Including Inel j ag of course steps This Thisthe Thfsthe ThiSthe
the men say means too fast raaaing raaaingAnother nutBigADother canningAnother
Another complaint is that there is I BO BOtime DOtime noime
time t allowed to eat During Ute twelve twelvehears tweheheurs twelveeers
hears b eers which Is the average days work workthere VO8kthere workthere
there is ao lay over overof of longer than tkree tkreeminutes tkreeminutes threeminutes
minutes Within this time breakfast brea1i st and aaddinner asddinner andinner
dinner d inner or dinner and supper most be beeaten beeaten beaten
eaten eatenThe eatenThe e aten atenThe
The bonding system is also complained complainedof
of o f Each employe ef tae consolidated roads roadsdemy roadss
is i s bo bonded In the slim of 3i M by t the e FI Fl FleIfty
demy d and Deposit Company of Maryland
The preraiara on this bend is tSC aC a year yearpayable yea yeaparab1e yearty5be
payable p IB 1 advance aad 555 the receipt r < bears bearsen beanson beersn
en o n its face the wards so rebate That Thatmeans Thatmeans Thatmeans
means that if as employe pays ate premi premium lWtmtum yrecatrn ¬
um u rn on January 1 1 19ot W for that year and andis antis
is i ip s dismissed tram the service of the com company oempan earnany ¬
pany pan p any for say ny reason on the same ame day ne nepart nepart noert
part p ert of this premium Is refunded mend to Mm MmThe WmThe himThe
The men charge that ia the matter ef efuaiferms etturlrerms ofniforms
uaiferms u they t ey are unjustly treated treat They Theyare Theyart Theyre
are a re taxed ISIi 1575 a suit and if dismissed en enthe enthe onhe
the t he day of purchase IMU tie company wilt not sotredeem notredefm notedeem
redeem r it or allow aile oae cent fer k even eventhough
though t it may never have been worn weraThe woeaThe wornThe
The men have two ether complaints hi hithe Jathe
the t he matter ef which they ask no immedi immediate immediate imrnedtte ¬
ate a te remedy One is the tb fact that wages wageshave WageRhave wagesave
have h ave been reduced by the syndicate syn leaae and aadthe andthe andhe
the t he other is that employes are prahfkMefl prahfkMeflaader H8hlWfedaDder prehibelednder
aDder u nder pain It4 B ef dismissal from joIning lMatR the theranks theraaks theaak
ranks r aak of arganfaed et gin4isd labor On On1te the Metro MetrapoHtaa etre etrepoHtaB
poHtaa p 01115 Read before Its I absorption by the thesyndicate th thtYDftelte theyndIcate
syndicate s conductors conduet rs and nd motorraea OB OBtwelve OBtelye onwelve
twelve t boars work earned J2 t 2 Tkte T This ls it is issaid issaid isaid
said s aid by the men was the average days dayswages dATswages dayswages
wages Tke average earnings of nile con conductors couduetors eonduetars ¬
ductors and motormen on that read today todayS J
is I S said to be 172 L There has it is main maintained mdntainec mainamed ¬
tained t been a corresponding C rr pondln reduction la lathe Inthe Iahe
the t he wages of all the track and eked em employes eDployes employes ¬
ployes of the company other than train trainmen trainmen trainaca ¬
men m aca
menWhen
When the syndicate absorbed absor ed the t e Metro Metropolitan Metrepolitan letr8polUan ¬
politan the men were informed that If they theydid theydid theylid
did s not withdraw wlth raw from the labor Batons Dlons lo lowhich iowhich towhich
which many of eo them belonged they wools weuUbo woolsbe 9ulII
bo discharged A majority maj rity of them hens obeyed obeyeJthe obeyedthe N Nthe
the orders Some who ho refused te obey K Kwere Itwere kwere
were discharged dischargedS dl discharged3aNEBE lurged lurgedMINERE
MINERE S SECRET 2IEETUIG 2IEETUIGtlt MEFTnGTrouble IEETINGTrouble
Trouble With 1t1aOHrntorM tlt Oj Operators > erator Over ni niebn 11charges Din Dincharge
charge ebn cJl of Employe EmployeALTOOXA EmpleytICALTOO EmpIsrcsALTOONA
ALTOONA ALTOO A Pa July 1L lLDeJega iLDelegates Delegates s from fromthe tlonthe fromthe
the various mines 1 1district In the Irwin ges coal waldbtrlet coaldistrict
district had a secret session at Infte yes yesterday yes yesterday yesterdsy ¬
terday afternoon afternoonIt i iIt
It is alleged the Manor Gas GasCMl Cl Coalpany Qaai Qaaipany ea eapany
pany located at Claridge has discharged dfaehargedmen albe a 1led 1ledmen =
men m for o collecting the wage of etiM i the e anleors anleorscheek iacrs iacrscheck CPS CPSebeek
check weigkman on the tipple Far these fSedischarged thesedischarged
discharged there has keen a strike at the tJteClaridge theCiaridge
Claridge mines fer nearly three weoha week and andthe andthe andthe
the delegates want to get the matter set settied Sfttied settIed
tied At the meeting yesterday ycsterds a coma eeoImlttee comamittee
mittee was Us appointed to wait upon U R tile tilerators o oorators p
orators and try to have an adttat a41utRt a41utRtmade adus1entmade eat eatmade
made Failing in this the raiaera miatrswIII miatrswIIIstop mlnerwwlIIatop vrMl
stop work ork In the entire district districtO districtft4
ft4 14 to toClnclUflUti Clnclnuntl mind nct itcursi r Vimi in 1J 1JO iiOlLlt
O OlLlt OlLltAccount K It R RA g gAeewat
Account A lt R II Y P U A A J Jy 10 0 I 681 V < Itr I rttlXfl K Ktnm Ie Ieturn
turn te t ITtb except ex < pt by depcfiit d it awl a payncims = > jti JIUdC > tK of ofSO ofso
SO cents tickets trill be citcinlcdto elt Nlclto Aa isgont isgontho IQ act ML MLHo
f
Ho Ye Pythln Pythlnom P Pptbistns PptbistnsNelson hlftD hlftDXeboon
Nelson Com om Xo 2 U II K of or 1 1LoiTered 1SpIC 1Special
SpIC Special 1l acunten t8 CIL teaapeake tlk > Beach tlHBe tonoevow tonoevowLowered Ow OwLowered
Lowered Rates now on Lumber Rat aadnillirqjk RatJillh nailsillwqik
Jillh nillirqjk qr k sad clear doors r otj on > tl25 U = at a Cth h aDd
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