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International Forces Repulsed Repulsedat
at Tientsin TientsinM
Colonel C loncl Liscniu of the Ninth Rcgi Rcgit tegiinciit
t uicuf Killed KilledOTHER KillcdOTnER
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ThoiiNisnil Foreigners lurel lIas Acnlnst AcnlnstTwenty tiLnt tiLnt1went nlnrt nlnrtlwent
Twenty lwent Tliouxnuil Native nthcntlxcr nthcntlxcrIhht Hoser HoserI
right I I K lit UcKiteriitely Dellcr tel an nntl ant I With Vith Dead Deadly ¬
S ly 1 Aim hnCblncIe Chinese Reported to lie lieAdvniictni lieAhunclnJ Ut UtAiInnctn
Advniictni on the City Cft Kroiu the tucNorth theXorthnellceel tcXorIiflelleved
North Xorthnellceel Hellcvecl to He the Force ForceThat JureeIhnt ForceThn
That Thn Butchered pcfcin Min haIHterH haIHterHLOXD jI1tcrMLONDON tcr tcrLONDON
LONDON LOXD X July 16 1GThe The allied forces tor in inTioatsin InTloatsln InTIaHtsIn
Tioatsin after nCt r a series of successful successfuloperations suoofS6CulOp5111t1ons uec s uI uIoprtIOnS
operations leading up to a general attck attsckoa attckontbequarter attckS
S oa ontbequarter the quarter of the city clt hold by the Ch2 Ch2nee Ch Chneie Cbnee
nee have been repulsed with heavy hoo loss losses 10Etios bEeS ¬
S es in Inwhlch which the Ninth Regiment of C Ameri Americans AmuicaD Anitrican5 ¬
cans shared to the extent ot several offi officers officers oiloars ¬
cers and a large number of men menThe menThc
5 The repulse of the International trcops trcopsotcurred trcopsolcurred ttCoPoscurred
otcurred on July 13 1 and the first news ne > o othe 0the othe
the disaster di ster reached London Loado toilty though thougha th ouCh ouCha
a Shanghai despatch despete to a news ne agency agencySeven IIgencySeen agencySeven
Seven thousand of o the allied forces at atdaylight atdaI1ii1t atdayIIkt
daylight daI1ii1t on July July 13 began a furious furiousStullt as assault asouIt ¬
sault upon that part of o the city cl1 which had hadbeen Ita Itaboon kabeen
been doggedly held by the Chingic Cl1ht e The TheCelestial
Celestial soldiers oIdier swarned sWafrnooout out upoa th thwalls the thewalls ihwalls 1
walls of the native city and poured a dead deadly deadJy deadIs ¬
ly fire upon tbj t allies It is estimated that thatthere t thatthere 4tthere
there were more than 2000 600 Chinese re resiitlnR resIalln reslating
slating sIalln the international tioop tioopThe ttoopsThe
The The he battle was a desperate d sperate one from the thebOFlnnlng th he hebeginning S
beginning and the resiitance of the natives nativeswas n3tiv68w natteS C
S was w was5as sas as determined determl oo as the attack of the for foreigner forclgno forcign ¬
eigner eignerA clgnoA cign cignA
A force or Americans British French Frenchand Frcnclland Frenchand
and Japanese attacked the wall from the thewest thewest th thS thwest
west and the Russians from the east eastWhen eastWhen
When the correspondent filed his despatch despatchat I
at 2 p m of that day the Americans had hadsuffered ha hasuffered ad adsuffered 1
suffered heavy hea loss lossThe lossThe
The chief surgeon of the Ninth Infantry Infantrysaid Infaatr
said a conservative estimate was 85 that 25 25per 5per t tper S
per cent of the Americans were bit bitAmericans bitAmericnllK bitAmericans
Americans Killed nuu anti IVuuiideclColonel IVuuiidecl tlulltlcel tlulltlcelColonel
Colonel Liecum Li eum is reported to have been beenmortally beenmortally beexS 1
mortally wounded as he was walking In Infront Infront Ii I
front of the troops Major laJor Regan and andCaptains and andCaptains aiu aiuCaptains I
Captains Bookmiller Wilcox and nd Noyes Noyeswere ocs ocswere S
were among the wounded woundedOf wouniledOf
Of the marines Captain Davis is report reported reJtOrted ¬
ed killed and Butler Leonard and several severalothers sooralother sovora sovoraothers I
others wounded woundedOfficers woundedOfficers
t Officers declare it was a hotter fight thaa thaatbat thaatbat a
i tbat at Santiago SantiagoWhen Santiagoben
When ben the correspondent left the Ameri Americans Americans ¬
cans were lying on the plain between the thewall thewall thi It
wall and the roar under a direct fire It Itwas Itas I Iwas t
was as equally difficult for them to advance or orretire orretire o r
retire retireThe retireTIle
The correspondent corre pondent counted 380 wounded woundedmen wouDdedmtln wouaieLD ii
LD men of all nations lying Jyln on the field be bofore before be5Et
5Et fore he left the scene sceneA sceneA
A despatch to the Daily Dan Mall IRlr from fromShanghai tromSh1nghal fror a
Shanghai says sa the allied forces at Tien Tientsin Tientsin Tienlain ¬
tsin attacked the native city cltyror for the pur purpose puro purpose ¬
pose o e of capturing a Chinese battery > a1ery They Theywere Theywere The 1
were repulsed with the loss of more thaa tha a
100 whites killed killedThe killedThe
The dead include several American na naval naal n L ¬
val al officers and Colonel LIscum of the theN the1nth Ui 0 0S
S N Ninth 1nth nth Infantry and the colonel of the theTwentyfifth theTwentyfilth Ui e eTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth TwentyfifthThe
The reference to the colonel of the theTwentyfifth theTwentyllfh th e eTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth In the despatch is obscure obscureThe obscureTht i
The Twentyfifth colored Infantry Is In Inthe Inthe I Ithe U
the Philippines Androw S Burt is its itscolonel l lrolonel ii 3
colonel colonelThe
CHenltlt or f Other Nation XntlonlThe
The Malls lans Shanghai correspondent correspondentreferring correspondentreterrlng corncspondenreferring t
referring to tl the attack on the allies says saysthe saysthe sa 5 5the
the British loss was forty fortyThe tortyThe fortyThe
The Japanese had sixty casualties casualtiesThe casualtIesThe casualtiesThe
The Russians and Americans suffered sufferedheavily sufferedheavily d dheavily
heavily heavilyAmong heavilyAmong heavilyAmong
Among the Americans killed were Col Colonel Colonel I Iend ¬
onel end Liscum of thr Ninth Inth Infantry and andFrench andFrench an d dFrench
French The allies Illes were compelled to toretreat 10retroot I 0 0retreat
retreat The Chinese fought tou ht with great greatdesperation greatdesperation gre Et Etdesperation t
desperation and their marksmanship was wasdeadly wr as asdeadly a adeadly
Advancing Jnlleln Krom Pro 0 the North XortUIt XurthIt NorthIt
It is now roported that the Chinese are aremoving aremolng ai 0 B
moving from the north and that the allies alliesat amesat alit ta taat s
at Tientsin are In a critical criticalsituation criticalElluatiou critic al alsituation 1
situation It Is supposed that the theBoxer theBoxer U IC ICS
Boxer army which has destroyed destroyedall destroY S d dall
all the in Pekln
foreigners Is advancing on onTientsin onTientsin En EnTientain a
Tientsin for the purpose of repeating the thomassacre themas ti 10 10massecre o
massacre mas cre at the capital capitalThe capItalThe capitalThe
The Tientsin disaster following closely closelyupon closlyup close I y yupon
upon up n the practical confirmation
or the thewholesale thewholesale ti xc xcwholesale c
wholesale massacre of foreigners in Pokln Poklnhas Ioldnbas Iekl 0 0S
S bas startled all Europe and it it is now be believed belicec b e eliced ¬
lieved that there will iil be no further delay delayIn dela delaIn del ly lyIn y
In pushing a mighty army into the empire empirewhich einpirwhich empi re rewhich e
which has defied civilization
The neces necessity neecsalty nece 5 5aity i ¬
sity of acting e lIng at once and with all the theforces theforces tJ e eforces
forces than can be commanded is reco
recog recog1O g gS gTo
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earn nnd Ileturn 10 10Via 10In toIlit
Via In Pennsylvania IennylynnlnFirst Hnllroril UnlIrorIrst HnllrorilPint
Pint rst Personally Pern > nally Conducted Tour of 1000 aot Spe Special fp e ¬
cial train of parlor cars and day coaches coacb will m
leers Sixth Street itatlon at S a m July 2C
S Ticket good ood returning within ten day allowing alIowl nz
itojvovtrs t ura at t Buffalo I ltoch Rochf6ter ter and Watkine WatklllJJaMtenu Watkt Eta
Second tour August 9 9JMaxterfuBT 9JJntering
JMaxterfuBT JJaMtenu Laths 3OO 30Oflueat Or finest ftntBt Lathi Lathiat Lnth Lnthc1 Lntl its itsatloweed
at atloweed lowered c1 prices at t Friendly Corner eth and a ad adI
nlzed niz ed on all sides Even with the utmost utmostdespatch utnostd utmostpatch
despatch d des deswh patch it is doubted In London L nJon today todnywhether
whether wh ether the beleagured troops in Tientsin Tientsincan Tientsincan Tiontainbe
can canant be saved from the wrath of the fa fanatics fanntles a aics ¬
natics ant anttim ics There is little Inspiration for op optimism optimism
timism tim ism in the situation and London fears fearsthat fearsthat fearst
that tha thahtl t any moment it may hear of the anal annihilation anI analation l lhUallon ¬
hilation htl ation of the foreigners in Tientsin Tientsinwhere Tientsinwhere
where wh whwh ore the odds against the allies are arcover arcoverwhelming over
whelming wh whoth elming The information too that an another another aner ¬
other oth er army is advancing from Pekin leaves leaveslittle leaveslittle leavesle
little litt littfro le room for hope that reenforcaments reenforcamentsfrom rcenforoamentsfrom reenforcamentsm
from fro froat m Taku will be able to save the people peopleat peopleat peopleTlentaln
at Tientsin TientsinTHE TientsInTHE
IlntllcM lln llnrec tI of 0 Several Dny Du Days Reported by byColonel byColouel
Colonel Dorrrartl DorrrartlLONDON DUMTnrdLODON flutiTardONDON
LONDON L July Jul 16 16The The War Office has hasreceived hasrecelcd hasatvcd
received rec atvcd the following toll owIng telegrams from fromColonel tromColonel fromlonel
Colonel Co Cotro lonel Dorward commander of the British Britishtroops Drltlehtroops
troops tro ops at Tientsin TientsinTientsin TIentsinTientsin
Tientsin July 11 1IThe The city was washeavily waseavily as ashoovU
heavily hoovU h eavily bombarded on the ho 6th by the theallied tbeallied
allied a llied troops tr opson on the the right bank of the theriver therlver
river r iver Tho enemy ceased firing soon soonafter foonafter
after a fter the bombardment began The Thebombardment Thebombardment
bombardment b will be repeated re ated today todayThe toda todaThe
The enemy have placed guns within withinS withinSGQ
S SGQ 90 0 yards of the British and French Frenchsettlements Frenchsettlements
settlements s awl are keeping up a gall galling gaIlinr gallag ¬
ing l ag fire The British casualties were wereten wereton
ton killed and twenty wounded woundedOa
Oa 0 July 9 a combined force of 1040 1040Japanese 1080Japane
Japanese e MO British 1M 1 Americans Americansand Americansand
and 180 Russians under my command commandattacked commandattacked
attacked the enemys oneiaYs posit posttlea km south southwest l aouthwest uth uthwest ¬
west of the city The position was wasquickly wasquickly s squickly
quickly captured The T e enemys lOllS looswas lOllSwas leeswas
was 3SO killed Four small eaU suns were werecaptured werecaptured werecaptured
captured capturedThe capturedThe capturedThe
The combined force sees then attacked attackedthe attAckedthe attackedthe
the western anoaal outside ou Jkle the south touthgate southgate 04It 04Itsate
gate which after a short s art bombardment bombardmentwas bombard eat eatwas
was rushed by 1 r the Americans sad Jap Japanese Japanetic Japanese ¬
anese The country to the weat of the thearsenal theancDnl thearsenal
arsenal had 1 been deeded At by the onemy onemyso
so no further tBovemeat in this tHree direction dlrcctllm tHreetien ¬
tion was possible possibleThe poeeHtteTke possibleThe
The chief object of the expedition expeditionwhich eCpedltlonbleh etpiditionwhich
which bleh was to clear away the guns and andthe andtke andthe
the enemy west of the settlements sottlemeetswas a ottJeJBeUwas
was comitteteiy coIHI letel accomplished a The Thedays ThelIays
days honors hOBO rested with wk the Japanese Japaneseand
and Americans AmericansThe Amerie2RSTke AmericansThe
The Chinese regiment rexme t as aa escort escortte eKOrtt8
te the guns worked cpiendidly ia get gsttiag gtttag getting
ting ever the dtateuUtes of the swampy swampycountry 111I89tpyCuRtr
country During the > action the British Britishand DrlthihaDd
and French settlements were heavily heavilyshelled ly lyshelled
shelled by b the northeastern baLLed batierieNiae battfH1u battfH1uIBe baLLedNine
Nine IBe British wore killed There were wereno wereDoealt1altles
no Doealt1altles casualties among the Russians or orAmericans OCA
Americans AmericansThe A merlftnsThEJ S
The ThEJ Th victory idory may ay result in tie th with withdrawal WltadnIal ¬
drawal of the Chinese troops from fromTienuia tromTles
Tienuia ia which case ca the fort and andthe andthc
the city will prohaMy he attacked ssoa ssoaDORWARD snosTisntsln OB OBDORWARD
Tientsin TieD llg July 11 111 X p mThis mThismorniag mThismorniNg This Thismorning
morning a determined attiek was wtsmade wasmade wasmade
made by the enemy UDdB on the railway railwaystation ilwll ilwllstation
station which was U garrisoned garr ORed by 196 196British INBriU8b IS
British 160 French and 1Id 1W I Q Jspaaose JspaaoseThe JapaaoseThe JapanmeThe
The attack was repulsed with lore loreafter 1015atter
after four hours ft f bard fighting fightingThe ligktiagThe MghtisgThe
The enemys loss was SOS killed The TheBritish TIleBritish
British loss was three killed d and thlr thirteen thlrteeR ¬
teen wounded The French and Jap Japanese JpanOlle ¬
anese losses were considerably consWeraI heavi heavier 1191er beavior ¬
TIENTSIN TIEXTSI July 7 9 p mvia via Che Chefoo Chetoo Cheoo ¬
too f fa oo July 11 and Shanghai July Jut 16 1611 1611a 16112i 1125 1125a
a a m mThe The shelling has been intermit intermitteat Intermittent
teat t ent all day The Chinese are extending extendingtheir extendlogtlleir extendiniheir
their t western lines and threaten to cut cutoff cutoff L Lff
off o ff river communication n with 1th Taku TakuThe TakuTho
The Japanese cavalry made a reconaois reconaoissaace reconBOisance
saace s to the westward today and quickly quicklydeveloped qulckJ qulckJcJeolopoo r
developed d a strong force to e of the enemy in inthat Inthat ii I
that t direction directionThe directionThe
The Russians report that the brek In Inthe Inthe ix ixhe x
the t he railroad is nearly repaired repairedIt rep irec1 irec1It
It is Impossible to tell the exact amount amountof amountof amoun t tf
oa of o f damage in todays fighting Cannon Cannonading Cannonading ¬
ading a ding continued
for two hours and was wasfollowed wastoll WI S
followed toll f 0 wed by rifle fire Two British fourInch four fourinch
inch i guns are coming forward tonight tonightBOMBAKDED tonightBOHDABDED tonightBOMBABDED
JapnneKc J apoilese Assist the RnMMiniin In Ite Itemy IlelulMhlJ Reiuiinir
lulMhlJ H tic EneuLO Eneu my myLONDON
LONDON LO DO July 1C 16An An official telegram telegramreceived telegramrecehed a aeceived i
received r by b the Japanese Legation states statesthat staesthat state a 1
that t on July Jul 3 a large Chinese force bra bcmbarded bembarded
barded the northern part rt of the foreign foreignsettlement toreignsettlement
settlement s of Tientsin whch was being de defended derended us usended ¬
fended f by the Russians The latter re requested requested requested ¬
quested assistance aSl > istnncc from the Japanese Japanesewhich Japanesewhich E Ewhich
which was given Men a heavy cannon cannonading cannonading ¬
ading a ding the Japanese JaJl nese repulsed the enemy enemyThe enemyThe enem t
The Japanese Japant > se sustained a loss of thirty thirtyThe thirtyThe
The Chinese to the number of 10000 10000under 1000 1000under
under u nder commend of General Ma Ia and with withmuch withmuch wit
much artillery artlll6l occupied the Tientsin ar arsenal arsenal axenal 5 ¬
senal s enal again on July 4 4LI 4LX
Consuls nt Canton Make Prepara Preparation lrellnrntlon I Itioxis ¬
tion tioxis for Defence DefenceHONGKONG DefellreHO DefenceIIONGKONG
HONGKONG HO GKOXG July Jul 16 16A A steamer is isready isread Isready
ready read here to take Viceroy Li Hung Chang Changto Char ig igto
to t < the north and ntl he will probably start starton starton sta it iton t
on Wednesday WednesdayDanger WednesdayDanger WednesdayDanger
Danger is apprehended in Canton after afterLi nflerLI afti Ir IrLi r
Li Hung Clangs departure and the con consuls consuls cotsuls ¬
suls have arranged for the defence of the theEuropean theEuropean t tEuropean
European settlements settlementsEDICT settlementsEDICT
An Aliened Com Commonel inn nil to Kxccnte KxccnteKOXCIH ExeenteltoxerH Exeeni te teItoxers e
KOXCIH nml Protect Foreigner ForeignerPARIS PorelJnerHPARIS ForeignerPARIS
PARIS July 16 leAt At a cabinet council counciltoday counc 11 11oday 11
today t M I Delcasse > the Minister of Foreign ForelJnAffaIrs ForeI ForeIAffairs
Affairs read a telegram from the Francs FrencConsul Frenu FrenuConsul
Consul at Shanghai dated July 9 an announcing announcing ai aiflouncing
nouncing that an Imperial edict dict had been beenissued beenlseued be tu tuissued n
issued commanding the authorities to ef efccute e eecute ts tsecuto
ccute the Boxers protect the legations and andcpnUnue ax xfi xfiepntinue
continue to do business with foreigners the thesame ti e esame
same as before the present outbreak outbreakM outbreak outbreakI outbreakM
M I Delcasse also stated that continued continuedFrench continuedFrench continuu j dFrench
French reenforcements are being sent to toChina toChina toChina 0
China in accordance with the plan orlgi origInally onit p pnally i
nally adopted adoptedAustria adoptedAntrln adoptedAustria
Austria to Send AYnrKlilnx AYnrKlilnxVIENNA InrnlijiaVIENA nrIIIIII nrIIIIIIVIE
VIENNA VIE VIENA A July 16 IGThe The armored cruise crulSGKals cruis cruisKaiser 1
Kaiser Kals r Karl VI and the
torpedo boai bo3tAs bo3tAsperlan by4 As S Spenlan t
perlan have been ordered to t
China to
pro protect pr 0 0tect
tect Austrians No troops troopawill will 1Il be sen senDelay senDelft sear searDelay
Delay Delft In Cable Messages MeKHairoxNEW MessagesNEW IKllftJCjlIrEW
NEW YORK July 16 16Tbe
com companies compenle cot ii iipanics ¬
panics have issued
following notice noticeWe n nWe r
We are advised that there Is still stlUa1out stlUa1outninety about aboutninety ato Ut Utninety 11
ninety hours hou delay to Japan via vj 11 the theat th tl
Northern Company Messages
are only ae a
coped at senders risk The
route ron to e
is open openi
5 it I nt n Trln for Chesapeake
Ilencli IlencliXo lIeneLSooDe1 Ii IiSound i
Sound good ood Xo 2 Flooring FJoorln onl onlOO
only 2 2Sor npenlOO J
penlOO OO 6Q ti ft Nor Cu pine Frank ubb Ubbq ey X J
i He Reports the Disaster Dis stel to the
I Ninth at Tientsin TicntsinDenlh
D Death De < ath of Colonel Lixcum and Cap Cllttnin
tnlu t RIlL Davis Announccil nnonnccel31nrluc nnonnccel31nrlucCorllH Marine MarineCoriix
Corps Suffers Snffern henry lIen Losses In the thellnttle
Hattie With Hl1 nthe tUc ChlncNC Cl1IIlCHtUnn Cl1IIlCHtUnnCssunttles Many
CnfiunltleH Anionc Alnon the Trooim of ofOther
Other XntloiiM XntlolU4A A Special Cabinet CnblnetleetlnJ
MceUiiK Culled nt Which hleb the Men l1enl1tero
lerj b er Favor an Extra Session of ofCoiiprcaH ofConJrCIM
Congress Ircsiilvut lreJ lelent Takes lurt lurtIn
in i n the tlieDtacu4aion Dlsciirtxioii Dlscu lIion by b Telephone Telephoner TelephoneOmcInl
Official confirmation of the killing of orCOonel 1
Colonel Co lonel LIscum of the Ninth Regiment Regimentnnd
and an d Captain Davis Da s of tho Marine Corps Corpsand
and an d of heavy losses 4n in n killed and wound woundcd wounded
cd among the rank and file of the allied alliedforces
forces fo rces at Tientsin was vas received at the theavy thevy
Navy Na avy vy Department this morning mornln from Ad Admiral d dmlral ¬
miral mi ral Romey The T e despatch given below belowwas b ow owWIlS
was wa s received without punctuation Secre Secretary
tary ta ry Long fears that Captain Lemly also
was wa 25 s killed but t the Bureau of Navigation NalgaUonoIDclals
officials ofi lcials interpret the message as meaning meaningthat
that th at all those e named except Litcum were ere erewounded
wounded w ounded Admiral Remeys deapatch fol toJJOW8 01
lows lo ws
Chefoo July 16 16Dureau 1
Bureau of Navigation Washington WashingtonReported WashlngoRuneportctl
Reported that allied forces attack attacked attacked
ed native city Tioauin morning 13th 13thRtlMlal6 13thHessians
Russians right with Ninth Infantry IntsntryftDd
end marines on left Lowes allied alliedforces allJedforees
forces large Russians over 10 la 10cludiDg ineluding
eluding artillery coouel Americans AmerleauOcr
over 3 38 British over J9 Japan 68 68including 68Including
including colouel French 25 S Colonel ColooelLIscum CeJODelLlseum ColonelLlscum
LIscum Ninth Inth Infantry killed also alsoCaptain alEoCaptain alcoCaptain
Captain Dais Marine lrIDe Corps Cor Captain CaptainLeml
Lemly Leml Lieutenants Butler and Leon Leonard Loonard ¬
ard wounded At 7 in the evening eeningalllMl eveningallied
allied attack on native city repulsed r pulled pulledwith
with groat Ion Returns yet incom incomplete laeomIllete ¬
plete details Dot yet et continued continuedREMEY confirmedREMEY oftnnedREMEY
The official announcement of the t e deaths loatHor
of Colonel LWxum L ttm aD others of the t e Aauri Ameriean
can ca n forces as reported by Admiral Remey Remey1as
was w as roeeved roee with horror Hy y the t e Govern OoverDtReat
meat m eat oBcUla aDd for a time it was bard
17 known what steps wowld tJe take Ad Adjutant
jutant ju tant Geaeral Corbia CorDI stated that it vas as asn
not n et proper ProPer te give the despatch oat eMIt slaee1 slaee1it lIe lIeIt
it was but a rumor r IDGr and that b be was ia 1 1eUIMd
cliaed d ined to diaeredH the statea stat statements JBeDts eats made aadeAt
At the Navy a Department It was N1Wtbat sM
that t hat the deoptttch d teh was ac all fact as Admiral AdmiralReraey AdatlralRe Admiralemey
Reraey Re R emey ey was sot a man who forwarded wild wlWrlIl1tWS I
rumors r to his Government especially ia blsuc
swch suc s ach a serious matter as this which woud woudshoelithe I
seebtthe s country and excite the people peopei
i Secretary Socntar Root and Secretary Long be bea heJlee
Jlee H ere that the tate statements ts f is a the message llteiieabemll
user mll n t be true or Admiral dmlral Reatey R y wovld wovldnot WNWDOt
not n ot have sent tbeat t eM OB OBSecretary N5ocretary enSecretary
Secretary Hay Secretary Long Lea Secre Secretary Secretary Seersary ¬
tary t ary Root aIM Lfevteaait LfetlleA Rl General Miles 11t 11theld
V held h eld 17 a ceDfere conference at it 11 ocJoek and die dltlcUllled j jcussed
cussed c tssed the message General Miles UIeti said M1JdJatel
later la ter that he reconaended forwarding torwaNlID
SMA 5 more mea to China at on once e bttt See Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary r Root wo wooki W not agree to seeding aelMliagany
any a ny more troops at the present pre eat time timeA
A Cabinet official who H returned from fromCanton tromCanton row I
Canton C anton yesterday where w ere he Visited the tbePro E
President Pro P h1ent called at the State Department Departmenttoday Departmenttoday t
today t and held council with Secretary Hay HayAfter HayAtter
After A fter the Interview in speaking spcAkiD of the tltteffect
effect e ffect of the Remey despatch dc Jtteh he said saidXo sakiXo
Xo Declaration of War AVnrI nr nrI
I am authorized to state that the United UnitedStates UnUroStatos I
States S tatos will not declare
a state of war ex existing cxIsting ¬
isting i in China and that
there will be no nodeclaration nodtclaraUon m
declaration d of war even though the
present presenttrouble presenttroubJe prosenrouble
trouble t lasts for two years ears more This is isthe Isthe it S She
the t he Presidents decision decisionWhen declsitnWhen
When asked if the killing of Mr Ir Conger CongerColonel CODgerColoneJ
Colonel C Licum Captain Davis and others otherswould
would not have some effect In changing changin changinthIs n
this t his decision he
replied No
even eventhough eventhough eve
though t every American soldier now in Chi China China Ciiia
na n a dies fighting there We Ye can only send sendmere sea OO OOmere II
mere men we C cannot declare war warthe warThe
The news has awakened the officials to tothe t the 0
the t he fact that the Chinese
troops are good goodfighters goodfighters goo I
fighters fi and are well ell armed The killing killingof kiliin kiliinf S
of o f three colonels colonelsone lne < one of the artillery arm armshows aPJnshows 3
shows s hows that they are marksmen and tht thtdanger thtdanger Ut Utanger t
danger d anger Is regarded as being more critical criticaltoday criticaltoda elitiCi il iloday j
today toda t than ever everA eerSlleetnl everA
A Special Cabinet Meeting MeetingA Ieetill IeetillA
A special meeting of the Cabinet was wascalled wascaned wn La Lacalled 5
called after a reply to the Remey despatch despatchbad despatchhad h hhad j
had been received from the President PresidentSecretaries Presidentecretaries L LSecretaries
Secretaries Hay Root Long and Gage GageUh Gag S Swith
with Uh Postmaster General Smith attended attendedbeing attendoobeing attendeubeing
being the only members now In the city cityIt cit citit
It is understood that
the matter of
ap appropriations appropriations atpropniations ¬
propriations was discussed and the advisa advisability advisability t tbility ¬
bility of calling an extra session s ssion of Con Congress Congress Cotgress ¬
gress The serious aspect of the Chinese Chinesesituation Chinesesituation Chinex 0 0situation
situation has been forced to the fore end cndIt at id idIt
it is said that some immediate action will willresult wi f1I f1Iresult II IIresult 11
result It is feared that unless this is done donethe dot te tethe e
the Administration will be called to ac account account at atcount
count and it Is nreferred that an extra extrasession extrasession exti a asession
session of Congress should be called than thanthat tha Ln Lnthat
that the American mertcan people should truthfully truthfullycharge truthfullycharge truthfull ly lycharge
charge laxity laxityThe Jaxit1The laxityThe
The President was a party part to the con conference conference cot r rference ¬
ference giving his views to the Cabinet Cabinetover Cabin rt rtover 1
over the longdistance telephone It was was wasadmitted v is isadmitted s
admitted by one member after the moet meetIng moe t tlag
ing that for the first time the proposi proposition proposition propos I Ition ¬
tion of or an extra session was seriously dis discussed discussed di t tcussed ¬
cussed He further admitted that every everymombcr crex T Tmember f
member present had agreed to the extra exti xtrasession ra rasession 3
session and that the
was now en entirely entirely et ettirely
tirely in the hands ot Mr Ir
o McKInley for foraction foractlon ft F Faction r
action The great loss of Americans to togcther teglther t a agtiher
gcther with the outrages on the diplomatic diplomaticrepresentatives diplomaticrepre8entnUves Ic Icrepresenlatives c
representatives have brought
about a agreat aat a
great at change changeIt changeadmitted
It was as admitted at the State Depart Department Deplrtment t tmeat
ment that Secretaries Hay Root Lon
Long LongGage g
Gage and Postmaster General
Smith have haverecommenced ha S e erecommen erecommended
recommenced recommen recommended ec1 to the President that thatan Ui at atan 1
an extra session of Congress ba b2Ix1J I ba1x1211t 3 I
IxlSlH Ix1J Kllnilrlert KIiudrledEoards Hoard only onl 173 1 1loCr ia iaIcr S I
for 300 Jfi 00 MI i ftor it L cl Xortli orth Carolira pine too at t
as Mt and K R Y ave fi
called cal calbe led that at least Jea t 0000 000 troops troopsbe troopsforwarded
be forwarded from Manila to Chi China
na aftall at once for Immediate relief and that thatall tha thaall thatthe
all allan the forces available be ordered to Chi China China Ciiiwith ¬
n na with the greatest r greatestdespctoh atest despatch d spetOh Secretary SecretaryLo1
L Long Lo1 Lo ng made an urgent urgen plea for C r this action actionand c cioa cioaSecretary lon lonflnd
and endof Secretary Root Root presented prcfoni an outline outlineof outlinethe
of the situation as prepared preplr d by bi General GeneralMiles Generalome
M Miles ome MIi e 1 1The
The T he War Department t offlbiols are now nowconfident nowconfident
co confident con fident that a long and bttt r struggle struggleIs
Is on hand in China and that diat the great greatChinese gr81tChinese greatnese
Chinese Chi a nese Army of nearly nearly10e0f 1060060 men I Inot IA IAnot Isa
Q not a disorganized horde h rd but a fighting fightingmachine 1ghtinmachine fightingchine
ffl machine ma chine armed with the besjt b betwenpons tt ttC3pcns weapons C3pcns ob obtainable ob obtainable ¬
tainable tam able That the crack BrUlsh Dr1UShtlrtUlery Dr1UShtlrtUlerymen Bltlsh artillery
tn men me n were driven drl en back > lck and and slaughtered by bythe
tl the theto welldirected yeUdlrected fire of the enemy is said saidto saidto
to be but one Item In tie ha list n of surprise 8UrPrlSpreparcd
pr prepared pre pared by the wily Celestials who have havesemingIYb
se seemingly semingIYb see mingly beei preparing > for the struggle strugglefor
foi for many man years Ef1rs Ef1rsThe
The T he Navy Department has ha cabled robl d Ad Admiral Admhal
m miral mi nd Remey to send details d of the losses 10560at
at once onceKlcven onceElcell
Eleven Thousand American AmerlennHIt
It I t was apparent to the Cabinet con conferees
fer ferees e ees that the seriousness 2 riOUSBc S of the th situation sttuatlonat tuatioa
at Tientsin tstn demanded the presence there theraot
of a large number of troops to hold that thatplace
P1 place pla ce alone ThIs This would ould mean that an en entireiy entirely
ti tireiy tir ely new and much superior force would wouldhave wouldhave wouldve
hl have ha ve to be organized or anlzed for the advance on onPekln
P Pekin Pe kin Already the War ar Department has hasordered
ordered 01 dered to the PhlWpnlaoB PhllJppl1osD8 as many men mCIIn
In fact act more men than It can afford to tospare
sj spare spa re from ruin this country Porto Rico and andCuba andCuba
Q Cuba Cu ba These have h e orders to await lastruc Ilt truc trucUODS
t tloas tio ns at Nagasaki dependent on the coadi eoDdl1I0
tl tioas 1I0 ns > s prevailing fKI 8U1Dg in Chiao when hen they reach reache
tie it e Japanese port portTodays portTodays portTodays
Todays developments make ma e it certain certainthat certainthat
t that th at all these troops will be ordered to toChiaa toChiRa
C Chiaa hina from Nagasaki ag1S8J1 Whether Whe hor the United UnitedStates
5 States St ates will be called on for a larger COB C08tlogeat
tiageat ti ngeat will depend oa exchanges be tetween
f tween tw een Uie he powers but it is hoped by the theofficials thoometals
0 officials hurc h hr that the troops lr now In China Chinaor S
o or under crders r4ers to proceed procee to the East Eastwill Eutill Eastill
y will w ill he svSeient Mltl ent The Ninth Infantry is hiIn
j in China the Fourteenth Infantry cad Dd a abttery a L
b battery attery of the Fifth Artillery rtftltnon on their way rayto
to Taku from Manila eight efgk troops of the theSixth i
s Sixth Si xth Cavalry are crossing erO the Facile te toXaga t I
Nagac N > agaazhi l aDd 62 6M 6 o other troops now ia iathe Inthe ise I
tl the th e United States are under 1IMotonlers orders to em emhark emhark emark
h hark ark at Sen Francisco for Nagasaki abRld abRldThere
7 There T here are 546 5 marines In China aad aaduDder 0 I
under n ader orders ta leave San 8 Francisco Praael t for forTaka
7 Taha T abs on August t 1 AH together t et tK this force forceDualMrs ferc fercumbers
a numbers nearly eleven thousand tllQtllaud mea Not Notaaother OatalHKlier No
a aaother n man a aorament ens Ite fllMUe4 by the Goy GoyerRmeBt
o orament from rein this cottntry eottRtIy8I or the Philip PliHIpund PhHpand
pi nes and IC a larger JumLer number te I deaawd deaawdsary oam oamecery 1UIl 1UIlaeceBIIUy I
H aeceBIIUy sary Coagross Ceagr m mat st be eallad d1 Ci4WdS 9t togeth togethFnnaticN t4l8 11 11or ¬
FnnaticN to lie Iafiinlicil IafiinlicilThe lu 1l1ehetl 1l1ehetlThe isbed
The stories of the muss IBa8518re aero commuted commutedby eemmttledIty I
b by y the t e Chiaeae C iM en the foreign reprefoata reprefoatatives ropreolrtathes
tives ti ves sad those with them ta the t e British BritishLegatioa Brltt BrlttLcgaUoa I
l Legatioa L ia Pekia P kla caucec CB a deep feeiiag feeiiagof
0 of horror IB Government elrcles aDd bas basresulted nas nasresulted
resulted re sulted ia a determination that the lead leaders leader ¬
c ers e ra of r the Chtaeee faaaUes who 1to outrage outragewomen CMltragewomen I
v women w omen aDd put men to death by b torture tortureratnt tortvremUlt tortanuit S
ratnt in uit be punished before a anything ytbiag dee is isdone Isclone It S
A done d one But nothing can ea be accomplished accomplishedwithout aeeemplhkedwttheut I
without w ithout complete harmony harmea betwcea the thepowers thepowers th a
powers powers po wes and this Government t is working to tothat tot ti tihat 0
t that at end For the present however the theGovernment theGoyernment Ui C
Government G overnment will devote Its I 1s efforts mainly mainlyto malal I
to t o meeting the crisis at Tiaatsia i Ulla as that thatplace th t tplace
place p lace must be in toll t1U soeeeseien Mt esefen of the theallies theames tb e
allies a llies before the advaBceon advance Uh 6 on Pekin can canbegin canbegls cat categin a
begin beginAlready b egin 0 0Alrood
Already Alrood the War Department has h5isbcgu begun begunto a
to prepare for an extended campaign in inChina InChIna i ihina U
China C hina As A Q result of news received rectzivod today todayQuartermaster todayQuartermaster toda y
Quartermaster Q General Ludington after afterreceiving afterreceiving alOe alOeeceiving r
receiving r instructions from Secretary Root Rootheld Rootheld flo it iteld
held h eld a aconference with his principal sub subordinates subordinates t trdinales ¬
ordinates o with a view Iew to making mQkln arrange arrangements arrangements i imeats ¬
ments for hurrying to China the trorps trorpsnow tro trot P3 P3now 5 5ow
now n ow in this country under orders to pro proceed p pcoed o oceed ¬
ceed c oed to the Philippines It was arranged arrangedthat arrangedthat arrange d dhat
that t hat the transport Hancock1 should ould be made madeready maderead mst le leeady
ready read r to sail from San Francisco on Au August AuGUst I Igust ¬
gust 1 instead of August 15 1 the date c1a c set setoriginally fetoriginally a at atr
originally o for her departure and the Qaer Quartermaster Qnsitermuster r
termaster General should make enquiries enquiriesby Es Esby 1 1by
by telegraph to ascertain It the departure departureof deportut re reof
of other transports could be expedited expeditedYesterc1ay expeditedYeerday
Yesterday the War ar Department closed a adeal adeal
deal by b which It will come c me Into the pos possession PO POsession 5 5session ¬
session of the steamer Thyrn now at Ssat Ssattie S Ssa t ttie ttIe
tie She will be put in condition for ure ureas u te teas e eas
as z transport aad and andwlii will be ready aiout aioutAugust aoutAugust ao at atAugust
August 15 She will be be filled Iued with births birthsfor b brt rt1s rt1sfor ha hafor
for 700 soldiers soldiersTHE soldiereTHE w wTHE
Will Ill Come to AVnuhlnjjton Wasliln4tonnteiy aJhl ton IinnioiII IinnioiIIntely Irl1nue1lntel
ntely ntel n xis n Ilesnlt tifUrJlZ tifUrJlZIt tir f Urclac UrclacIt lJrgi lJrgiwas
It was said at the Stale Stale Department DepartmentJate at atlate
late this afternoon that thatth the th President will w1l1return w ill illreturn
return to Washington immediately immediatelyThis Imm ImmediatelyThis aatel 4 4This
This action it was saiu is due to the theurgent theurgent t he heurgent
urgent representations representaUonD12d made to tohIe bin by the themembers themewbers t he hemembers
members of his Cabinet Cabh et as to the serious seriousnature seriousnature serb us usnature
nature of the conditions condltlonsinChina condltlonsinChinaA in inCbina inCbinaA China ChinaA
Details of at
Fighting Tientsin
on onJed n nJuly
Jed July 3 3The 3The 3The
The Japanese Legation received re reeivcd eIvcd the fol following folJowln ft tI tIlowing
lowing Jowln cable from the Japanese Foreign ForeignOffice ForeignOffice Forei in inOffice
Office today todayOn todayOn
On 3d d Instant a large body of Chinese ChInesesoldIers Chine S s 0 0s0ets
soldiers s0ets appeared before Tientsin and at attacked attacked tt tttacked ¬
tacked the northern part of the the settlement settlementwhich settlementwhich t twhich
which was as guarded by Russian troops t oops The Th ThJapanese T he heJapanese
Japanese sent to their aid at the Russian Russiangenerals Russiangenerals Russi an angcneraUs
generals request one battalion of artil artileryanf art 11 11lery
lery eryanf and two companies of infantry InfanLy After Aftera Aft er era
a heavy heay cannonade they silenced sI cnced the Chi Chinese Chinese Ci Ii Iinose ¬
nese guns and finally f1Ilallydispersed dispersed the enemy enemyThe enemyThe cacti ly lyThe
The Japanses losses lo In this is engagement engagementwere engagement engagementwere ngageme nt ntcere
were two captains killed ki ed and 1d about about thirty thirtynoncommissioned thirtytioncommhsloned thin ty tynoncommtssloncd
noncommissioned officers o ocers ers and men killed killedor killedor kill ad ador
or wounded Major General Fukushimahas 1ukushIt Fukushima Fukushimahas as ashas
has now under him at Tientsin about 4000 4000Japanese 41 100 100Japanese
Japanese troops troops1x11G troops1x121G
1x1210 drellBe1 < Irej e < l 4 Hides ldesSbelvln ldesSbelvlnCCDU Shelving helvin
± cents per persq sq ft It Call Cailforbowercdpnices for lowered 10tTeredpriccs prices on F
1Ihbu Ce
fi The Th e Ninth Has las Served Is Us COlnh COlnhon Country
on Many Fields Fiel s sOrnnlzcel
Oi Organized ganized In XT 13DVent 1iI0IVent Went Through Trou h hthe
the t he War nr of 1S12 lS1DltnJnbhecl lS1DltnJnbheclIMeU 1SliDlsttngulnked Distinguished
ItKclf IMeU I tself In 11 Clue tle Vnr Var n With ll Mexico IexlcoIn
In i n the Storming Column at Chit Clmimltejiee ChnlulelleeSer
imltejiee lulelleeSer uItepecSer1ce Service fee Axuljmt nlnat Indiana IndianaUnder InUlnl InUlnlUnder
Under U nder the authority autorty granted snted to the 8 Pros Pr
Idi Ident ble nt by the tie act of Congress Cong of r July 16
1 1798 179 8 to raise i1 nie e twelve twele additional adtltlonal regiments l gimen gimenot
of ° Infantry Infantr the Ninth XI nth Infantry Infantr came cme Into Intoelstcne
f existence elstcne exi stence in the Army of the t1e United Un1e States Statesin
in in January Jnua 1799 1799wltb 79 Vlth w h09ah JosSah Carville arle Hall Irl
of Maryland as a lieutenant Ioutenanl colonel clonel com commandanL
m mandant ma mapoI ndant All Al of the oflicers ofiers were ap appointed appoInte
PC pointed poInte poI nted from Maryland an anl and I an order from tromthe I
the th e War Department Dert nt of January y1lsr5 5 1SW 181
dl directed direte dir ected that lt the regiment regment be recruited reie la Intat taat
that tat th at StateKAH StteJAl of the officers were ap I Ipnted
pointed pnted po inted and an confirmed confrme by the Senate but butIt
It fc Is probable probble that few fer enlistments enlstmet were weremade wer
m made mde ma de as the act of February 29 2 ISM sat SU5pnde
peTh p pended pnde pe < nded enlistments ennments for tbe new nc regiments rgimet
T The Te Th e act at of May ay 14 1SOS 1S authorized autrlH the te tePreident
p Preeident Preident Pr esident to discharge dlsharge them em and uadci uDel uDelthis
this th is authority authoriy the Ninth Infantry Inltry was wa die dlsndc
banded ba ndc nded June Ii 1i 1 ISflO lS lSUDer
Under UDer the act of January Jnary 11 1812 the th thXlnth
x Ninth Ni nth Infantry was wa again organized organie in InMarch
M March M Mac arch 1812 with wih Simon Smn Learned Lred of Mass JL JLachus
a achusiKts achus ac husatta l as colonel The regiment vra mn =
n raised re ra Ised in Massachusetts facuseu cad ca thougn th0g a apart apr
part pr po rt of the Regular Rela Array was accredited accreditedto aee aecreditecthat
to that State Slte It I took tok an active aeho part prt prtthe ra i
t the th e war wr of 112 lS 1St on the Northern Xorier border bde
beF b being hDg be ing present pont at the battles blle of Niagara lgr
F Falls Fall alls Luadys Lane L and a other othe actions aeteB in latt
that tt th at vicinity il y yI
la I the t reorganization rr nlztoB of the Army uadr uar uarthe
the th e act ct of March 3 1815 181 this thi regiment rgment rgmentdl9oe was
disbanded dl9oe d and no regiment relmet bearing bring the thedesignation tie tiedllgatln theesignation
d designation dllgatln existed oee until uuU April Aprl 1S47 154 when whenthe win winthe
j the th e Ninth Infantry Infantry was wat again aglB organized organizedThe erFuhe
1 The TV he colonel oonel was W1 wa Truman Tr man B Raa Raa Ransom os of ofVermont o
Vermont V ermont who was wal killed kie la the Oe assault assaultupon a8ul I
a upon Up pon Chapuitepee ChpleI He was a succeeded ee by byCol byCol
Col C ob James Jame M I Withers Wlter who J resigned resignedMay resige
May 23 3 IfttS 118 and aa he by Cal Cl Hoary Hr L LWebb 1
x Webb Wew V ebb The Te regimen regilen rendered NHer eflicient eflicientservice eSat eSatlene
g service lene se sem rvice ia II the t series rl8 of o actions aeUOB in the th int intraedfeto 1 1mkto
E raedfeto mkto m ediate vicinity kiDly of e arid nd ending oIg with wtk the thecapture tilecpure
c capture cpure ca pture of the City CUI of 0 Mexico le At Centre Ctr
r rae rt ez Chuntbusco ChuMb San SI katoslo ntoaio Mouse XolR del delRey d
Rey R ey and aa Caapuitonee CJlto it I took tok a distta disttaguiehed diuaI
guiehed sibe g uished part Irt At Clmpultepec Cbpalep It I was a in insupport
support Slpt s of the t e storming storRlifr force tec but bt Joined Joinedwith jae
v with vU w ith and a become be a port rt of o it ia hi the th assauk assaukon auuk auukon
c on n the citadel ctadel Sixteen sta office otHcag and al eleven elevenenlisted elevn elevneRlit elevennlisted
e enlisted eRlit e men I were Mentioned Intl in I the e report reportof ret retor reportf
fl of o f Major laJr General Rittow Rb for meritorious meritoriousconduct ment meritoriousS
conduct c in this battle the former formerbeing S
cDuet t118 btU < among tie ter teriag formerI
being b i eing iag Gen R C Du D Dwa then th a second secondlieutenant s I
Ilw lieutenant lete Il eotesant In I August Augt itt 1 t84 i the th regiment regimentwas reeat reeat8S
was w 8S again ala disbanded disbandedReorganized H HUeorJanlzed
Reorganized UeorJanlzed Aim tgnin nln In In 19KS 19KSUnder 1 1U
Under U the authority a1 at t the I net a eC t Marek Marek1SK sre e r rIS
I 1SK IS IS the te Nl NlgaalMd Ninth 1t hi Iiiatry W was again an 1
gaalMd palM g saiaed Lleac Llet so1 > l George O Wright Wrt WrtF0r
Fourth F0r F osrtk Infantry Iatr ws s appointed aJe eotooel eotooelCane el elCp
Cane Cp C apt SUM S Co Cey Casey ey Second S Infantry Infantr H Htenant 1 lies
tenant tl t el colonel and ut Cants Cap Edwards Ewr J JSteptee JSepe 1
Steptee Sepe S teptee Third Thlr Artillery Arilry sad aa Robert Rebt S SGaraett S S
Garaett Gnet G Gq annett First Ftrt Cavalry CaTlr aajo Jajrs amjos < s The T Tfurten head headquarters 4 4uarters ¬
quarters furten q uarters of o the te regimen riMI were vee established establishedat eWi I
at a t Fort Fo Monroe IGDro Virginia Vlrgm March Iareh IarehaD 2C 1855 1855and 15I
and aD a nd recruiting revUa rendcvouA reMve were opened by byOMcen byor hi
OMcen or of o the Ue regiment rl l in II Maine a Connecti Connecticut CHt CosinectiNow ¬
cut ct New ew York Yok New Jersey JeY Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMaryland PMByhaa
Maryland M 1 a aryland rad Virginia Vlrsal Ohio J ad aM Tenses Tennessee TeJ Tensesee ¬
see s s ee ComponleK C011 A F and G were wereorganised wer werogDls
organised ogDls o la May ay B H and a I Iin
in i n June Jne D and aD K in i August AugustE Aug AugE
E in September Septemlr and C in November oTebr 1SS5 1SS5In 1S ISSiS
In I n the following foUowlBI month l the regiment was wasordered wasorere wa wardered S
ordered orere o to the Pacific Pacif Coast CQ by way of Pan Panana IaDamB la lama
ana a ma arriving in the thenter latter part pt of Jan January JagUBr ¬
uary u ary 1S3S 1 The headquarters hecqcrers and aD Compa Companies Com ComDle ¬
nies Dle fl ies A B C D F G I and aa K took tok sta station statin ¬
tion tin at Fort Vancouver VanouTer Washington ashingtol Lieu Lieutenant LleutenDt ¬
tenant tenDt t enant Colonel Casey Caey with Companies Compnies D Dand Dan I Ind i
and an a nd H going geBg to Fort SteHacoom SteHacom Wash Washington WashIngon ¬
Ingon i ington thence the e in I a ate few deys dcr into int the thefield thefield tb tbfield e
field of active operations opetions against aghtst the t In Indians Ir Inians ¬
dians d ians of that locality localityIn loly lolyIn localityIn
In March iaeh 1Si 1S5S Colonel Wright Wrigh with withCompanies wIthCOlJle wit h hCompanies
Companies COlJle A C F and I left Fort Van Vancouver Vancouvor an ancuer ¬
couver cuer on an expedition eedlt n to Feet F Walla WallaWalla Wail a1 a aWalls
Walls ala then an abandoned abandone Hudson Huia Bay BayCompanys Biy BiyCompanys Ba y
Companys post Ps After Afer leaving leling Fort FortDalles FotDle Fot t
Dalles Dle Oregon on the 26th Gth information informationwas IDCermallo 0 0was
was received of an attack atack by Indians IndllBS on onthe onthe o a athe
the settlers setlers at the Cascades Casc de and the com command command I Imand ¬
mand returned reture to tha tha that < point by forced forcedmarches forcedmarches force 1 1marches
marches and dispersed the Indians Indfns the tberingleaders therlngleJer Ut to
ringleaders rlngleJer being made prisoners prisours The Thecommand Thecomand Tb Tbcommand toe e
command comand remained remined at the Cascades Casdes until untilthe unti nat ii iithe
the latter Jater part lrt of the following month monthwhen montbwhen inontiwhen
when the colonel with Companies A and andC andC at id idC
C left on an expedition expediton to the he Yakima YakimaRiver YakimaRIer a aRiver
River being Joined in May Ia by Companies CompaniesB Companie Compani is isB
B F G I and K K This Tis expedition expelon re remained r a amained ¬
mained in the field until unt August uGUst and andbrought andbrught at id idbrought
brought brught about the surrender ot 500 hostile hostileIndians hoste hosteIndians hosU ie ieIndlaus
Indians on the Weuache River Rler in the lat latter Ia at atler t tter ¬
ter part of July Companies D and H re remained re a is istrained ¬
trained mined ID 11 the field nearly nerJy all the te year eu aad aadhad ad adhad ai Id Idhad
had several severl engagements with wih Indians IndiansFrom Indlnns IndiansFront
From the close of field fel operations in in1S56 InlS6
1S56 lS6 until unt the spring spin of 1SSS 188 the regiment regimentwas regiment1as regime at atits
was principally prnclpU engaed in building buiding posts postsand pot pot potand its
and making roads rds In August 1S57 lS Com Company Cm CmpaI Car U UPans ¬
Pans paI F was detached detache as escort esort to the theNorthern th thorther t he heNorthern
Northern orther Boundary Doundry Commission and re remained le lemahed r C Cxnained ¬
mained in the field feld oa O thet duty nearly nearlythree nerly nerlythree near IF IFthree
three years Y0r In May Y 1S5S 1S Company E Eformed Eforme Eformed
formed forme part prt of a force tore of 159 men sent sen to tomake tomake tomake
make a reconnoissance reronnoissance of the country cuntry to tothe tothe
the north norh of Fort Fot Walla Walk Walla On May Iay 17 17the 1 1 1the
the command cmmnd was as attacked attke by b over oe LMO LMOIndians 100 100Indians 00 00Indians
Indians and after ater fighting till ti dark cnrk and andnearly ad adnearly a ad adnearly
nearly exhausting exhaustng its ammunition was com compelled compelled cot n npolled ¬
pelled to retire A forced torCCI march was waS wa be begun 1 5 5gun ¬
gun that night and a a distance distanc or seventy seventyfive seventyfe secent 7 7five
five fe miles was covered by 10 oclock the thefollowing thefolowing t he hefollowing
following folowing morning moning without the Jes less of a aman am anitin
man m or horse horseAsnlnst horseAnlnt horseAgnintut
Asnlnst the Indians IndiansIn lue1nnH lue1nnHIn
In August ugst 1S58 an expedition epedion was or organized organized I Igaed r ¬
ganized under command ofColonel ofClonel Wrignt Wrigntto Wrig right rightto lit litto
to proceed prceed against aginst the Spokane Spke Indians and andtheir andtelr a nil niltheir
their telr allies ale Companies Companie B and C formed formedpart foned fonedpar form ed edpart
part par of this expedition epediton and ad after aUcf two en engagements engaeDent a agagementa ¬
gagements gaeDent at Four Lakes Lkes and on Spokane SpokanePlains Spkne SpknePlaIns Spoka ne nePlains
Plains it was successful succ srul in bringing brngIng about abouta aout aouta abc tnt tntlasting
a lasting 12tng peace with wih the th7 S Indians Indans of that thatsection thatseelQn Ut tat tatsection
section sectionCompanies sectionCompanies
Companies C G and I were In the field fieldin fieldIn it itIn
in August August and September Sptember of this year with withan wi tb tbexpedition
an expedition epedion under Major Gannett Garett against againstXorfnllc aglns aglnsXorrolk agair itt ittNorfolia
Xorfnllc AVn Washington aBhlngon liInjrton Steamboat Co CoDelightful C o oDelightful
Delightful Dlghtul trips trp daily diy at 630 6 io p p m m to Old Point Pointand Pc tat
Comor Comfort Newport ewpr New ewB Norfolk Virginia rnl flea cii ciiand
and Ocean Qc View For schedule scele see Ec page pge 3 s 3Lumber Dech i iInmbcr
Lumber lia hat has dropped nt tle the Frlcndl7 Frlcndl7Comtr FrIend ly lyCorner f
Corner led sound soud best bet boards bud iLSO 120 L at a Gib GL and i md d
K X T L ass s a
Indians Indins Ind Indcon ians to the north of Fort Lincoln LoI Ore Oregon
con gon
In I i itac n October 156 I860 Company B with wth a a de detachment dethment dehnient ¬
tachment thment tac tacCap hnient of Company Compay C under command Cand of ofCapt otCapt oft
Capt t T F Dent left let Fort For Walla Wala Walla Wallato W la lato
torap to the rescue recue of emigrants emigrat who had hd es escaped escped osed ¬
ca caped cped rap ed from the mncre massacre of September 9 9and 9nnd
and andtho 10 1SSO on Snake River RiverIn RiverIn Rivern
In I n May 1S51 two officers omcer and 110 li mea me of ofthe orthe ofregiment
tn the regiment were detailed detied as escort osort toj tojthe to tothe
th the Fort Joc Benton wagon wgon road rod expedition expeditionand extUon extUonand
ai and remained absent abent on this thi duty nearly nearlyfifteen nearJyffeen
fifteen ffeen fift een month monthIn montMIn monthsn
In I n the autumn of 1S61 15 after rter nearly six sixyears sixyear sixrs
years year yea yeaWa rs of arduous service serice in Oregon Orgon and andWashington andshington d dYashlngon
Washington Wa Watio Yashlngon shington the regiment reglmot with wth the excel exception ecep eception exceln ¬
ll tion tio n of Companies CompnIos A and a C was w ordered orderedto arcere
tc to San Francisco Frneilo preliminary preiminr to Its it trans transfer
f fer < to the East Eat The latter Jate order was s shoeer
however ho n wever revoked and but one company E EJof
1 loft Jof lof t the Pacific PaIfc Coast Coas In January Jan1i1 1SC2 1 1the lid
tl the enlisted enU8 men men of this company copany with 1th the theeception
e exception eception exc eption of the noncommissioned noacommiYoe officers oer oerwere
were we re transferred tmDCerre to the Fourth Fotr Infantry Iafaat
1 The Th e regiment regment remained remaine OB duty at the thept
P posts pt pos ts near ner San Sn Francisco Frno aa aM performed pfee
P provost proo pro vost guard gl duty in that city elty until ud late tateIs
Ii ia 1966 IJ when it I was ws distributed distibte to posts p
ii in California CaUorBla and Nevada ea eaOn
al v
On On O n July 3 ae o 1S65 IS6 the te regiment reiment lost le Its It
c cooDel col colonel onel George Oerge Wright who WB w was drowsed drwled drwleda
a at a sea s by the wreck wrek of the te steamer M Brother Brher Brheroata
J Joaatbaa Jo oata nathas while wbe en route rute to assume e com r coinn
r maad ma ma n of o the te Department of the t Colombia ColombiaHe Clumb
I He ws w seee succeeded In eommaad Ca of the Ninth tUI
I by Cob C John Jo H I King Klu who wh assumed COB e er
r roaad r me nd in I December Doem 1SK IS Daring the pe 0 0li
i ifod li tie d from rein 1SK 1 IId to t 1S69 lS lS S portions pJ of o the reg regimeat reg1ment ragent
1 imeat Im ent were at different dlfeen times t IB I conflict conflictwith Cti
i with wh wi th ladiaas IacU la northern Da Caiiforaia Cfl and aD
Oregon Oreg Or egon aid IB a sottthera 81ia California CaiiforaiaIB CIB CIBI
IB I June 1S 1s 150 alter more Be than U thirteen t lrtC
3 years yer ye ars of o service r ea ihe e PfJae PjA Coast c Car Carin iur iurla
i la la g whkh which t time I it k had takf takes an atT atTil active part
i in il all al the ladiaa Iaa trouble tb sail u had I garri garriscmed bar
t scmed so wed e nearly Iry every past p from tr Fort S4tka Stka Stkato
j to Fart Pe MojYe Mojave t tht Me rogimeut rcbt was ordered eM eMto
i to the e Department t of e the t Platte Pte where wherelp
i Hpon lp up upoa on its It arrival arivl in 1f July uly the te Tweatysev Twetyv Twetyvetk
oath etk oa < th Infantry was w consolidated eWt with wt It It ItTe
The Te regfaaeat rgeBt performed prol garrison r dttty dtr at atr
various ca r rtons posts ps and al guard gn duty ty oa O the l line U Utb i
of < the tb Union Uat Pacifk Pl Railroad Ralre setH U May May1S73 I IIS73
1S73 IS73 1S 72 when wf elx companies Cpale A D E F H HDakota i iaDd
aDd an d I wee were sat neat to te the Departmeat Jreat o of te teDak the theakota t
Dakota Dak D akota los fo duty with Ith the t Yels Yellowstone ex expedition cxtiea ¬ i
pedition pU tiea which w l farMed f the O escort e t t to the theengineers Uteegn 1i 1
engineers egn en gineers en locating lg the IJ Northern tle Pacific PacificIlKllrekui Paf i I IUdlr
IlKllrekui Udlr It allrssul From Fr te U summer Mua er r o of f 1S74 to toMay t H p
May 3L ay 1S76 156 the t rcgiaest e was w stationed ste at atposts at atsts t
1 posts po sts t oa ec near r the U Skmz S Reservation K t la laNebraska I H I II
Nebraska N e ebraska and a Wyeonng W11 and a was w almost almostcertstaatljr al I I ICa
certstaatljr Ca ee Mant1y employed epoJe tm b escort t dty duty to towagon t ti I
wagon WR w agon trains tA Ia the summer o ef e 1ST5 lS coos osninacfee C coost
plk nacfee p anlea C E sad 1 H were w ia the Black Bl HHte HHteef 111thDakea t
ef a Dakota Dk as part p e ef f the t escort e te t 1 th thJeaaey thu S Saney
Jeaaey JeD Je aney exploring e pO1 party partyThe pry
The 11 lug nl Horn I ltxpeuiltion xue xv dlton dltonIB < litlon litlonIn
In May 1 1S7C 17 Companies Copud C G and al II IIbecame I 11
became bB b ecame a part pr of o the t Die B Horn Ho and 1 Yel Yellowstone YelJt ci ciewatejie ¬
lowstone Jt k ewatejie expedition under 1cr eoninaaad eo maad of ofBrtenJir oCBrGeel ot I
expt eul II
BrGeel B BrtenJir ntgadir9onerai General Crook Cfk and al were ee ia IJ the theftefcl t I
ftefcl A b id uMfl osI taUe 5e e in Ocpber Ob taking tki part > te tethe is
the u t he o ogagat sag nyjnt with 1th J the UU Indians lula at atToefHoWiiaioaC at t te I
ToefHoWiiaioaC T osItrMOL qS e ia June jliuue i RoeoJ RodJUv RodJUve Roebelt rfi Ttlr Rh3l5t 5
er e 3a 3l5t < Itne i < 17 Iani andfiifra and Slfaa S Bnttes BI BIko B es 3s 3skota >
ko k kota eel September Septebr fiept bor 9 Cernpaaios Cern ponies f A A B D DF DF
F I and aD K were ere of o the Powder Powe River Rive ax axpetition e
petition pll p edttlon in I October Obr ISyS lS In July 1S77 1S77Companies 15
Companies Copnl C osapsuies B D F H Hi I and a K were ver a apart aprt
part prt p art cf c the force toe seat t to C feaje kl at the thetime thu e etD
time tD ti me of the railroad rirod riots riots1S7S riot
Ir Frees 1S7S to 18S 18C ISSC the reglsent reg regi 3lt nent was wa en eng
aped g g in Indian service ere ColoneL CI King Kas was waswho ws wat watucceeded
5 s ucceeded I in II 1 by C Caissel Ysa Yeast t
who 11 w wb ho was 1 retired r ir la I 1SSJ 18 and a was W aaieeseJed aaieeseJedby S i
by b y Col John J n S Mason UO la I Jvty KS 1 lSSd ike ikeNinth L i iiath C
No Ninth N It iath was transferred lruernd to the u Department Departmentof DrIat Depsirtinesf
of o f Arizona Arz Colonel CoOe Mason a was w retired ree ia iaAugust InAlgu ii iiegnet
August Algu A egnet 1 lE 1888 SS and al was succeeded see by I Cal ColAlfred C ILi I
Alfred AJre A lfred L 1 1 Heugh Hel h who retained rla coosmas coosmastml eomntanj eomntanjuntil Li
until IDI h hw tml April Api 1S80 lSS when whe be was 1 retired rtre aad aadwas al an C Cas
was ws w as succeeded Meee by Cob Co Charles CaI D Bartlett BarttettIa Batltt Batltt1f i ia
Ia 1f I a October Oetor 1S91 the te regiment tegilet was wa trans transferred tral transerred
erred ferre to the t th Department DertB of o the t e East Eastin Es EastIt
I It was a Jrt pert 0 the FIth Any Army Corp C Cn
in i n the Cuban Cuha campaign eamPigD and al took t part rt la lathe I ag a
the t he capture Cpure of Santiago Satigo After Alo having havingbee hIBI h via g
bee bee b eea withdrawn 1thdraw from tro Cube Cub and aa after aftersome aler alersme sIte r
some sme s garrison grion service serlee in the East Et the theNinth theXI8h th thNinth e
Ninth XI8h was sent snt tu t the he Philippines Pffplnes and ao then thento thento the a ao
to t o China ChinaTHE
A t Recapitulation ReCnltiulnton of the Foreigners 5 5With
With 11 thc Several Ministers MinistersNEW UnlMter
NEW YORK YORK July 1C 1eTe 16The The ffllowing tlowig re revised ro r E Eised ¬
vised v ised list ls of persons peron believed beleve to have been beenin Den DenIn bee a an
in i n the United Slates stes Legation Lgton at Pekin Pekinbeside Pekinbide 3
beside bide Minister Mlntser Ceager has been He prepare prepareMrs preprel preprelIr preparetMrs I 3I
Mrs Ir Conger COger Miss ls Laura ar Coager Miss MissMary MIt ls lsary iS iSMary
Mary ary Pierce Pier Mrs Irs Congers niece niee aa aaMrs asMrs R
Mrs Ir M I S Woodward Wooward and aD Miss 1i lone lOe Wood Woodward Wo WOolward ¬ I
ward wr of Chicago who were guests of the theCongers theCnser it te teCangera
Congers Cnser A despatch deteh from fro Lieutenant LieutenantKey Llet DIDt DIDtKey rt rtKey
Key who was an attache atacle of the legations legationsat legatons legatonsat Is Isat
at Pekin and an Yokohama was received reeeivo re recently recenly a i icently ¬
cently cenly saying that tat Miss lis Mary Iary Condlt CondltSmith CondltSmit t tSmith
Smith Smit of Washington Y281logto1 was also a guest guestof ges gee at atof
of the Congers at the Legaton LegatonThe Legeon LegeonThe LegatnThe
The following tolowlng men composed comped Mr Ir Con Congers CO Co a acars ¬
gers staff staf Herbert G Squiers Squier secretary secretaryWHllara seerel seeretar t tWilliam
Wilam William E E Baiubridge Ball8kge second seon secretary secretaryand seretry seretryand secretar F Fand
and Fleming FemiDg G Cheshire interpreter interpreterThere IRterpr er erThere xr xrThere
There was a guard ga of seven officers omeer ocera acd acdfiftysix at udfrsi d dfiftysix
fiftysix frsi men commanded commu0 by Capt Cpt Joba JobaD Jot JotD as asD
D ilyers U S M I C who had
yer been ben de detached detache d e etached ¬
tached tache from rom the Oregon Orego for that duty dutyCapt dutyCapt dat y yCapt
Capt Newton ewton Hall Hal of the Marine Corps Corpswas Corp Cart 5 5was
was also at the Legation Legl n as a was wa Assistant AssistantSurgeon Asstata AssistantSureon sit sitSurgeon
Surgeon Sureon Thomas ThemW M 1 Llppitt Llplt Mr fr Squiers Squiersis Squie ra rais
is said to have had hld four tou children chidren with withhim wi lh lhhim th thhim
him and it is understood unfctoo st t the State Stte De Department Department D 0 0partment ¬
partment that there thtte were four for other oter chil chi ch ml ¬
dren at the Legation LegationA4 Legtin LegtinAt
At the British Briish Legation Lgaton were Sir Claude Claude13cDonald Clan do
MacDonald the Minister lnlser with wih a staff stir of ofseven ofseven ofseven
seven Lady Ld MacDonald and an her daughters daughtersand daughter ra raand
and a guard gua of 76 G men with lth three thro officers officersBesides otSeet rs rsBesides
Besides Beie Bares BrO von O Kettekr KeUel who ho was wasmurdered wasmodere t as asmirdered
murdered la the middle of June there
modere micle were wereat wereat we re reat
at the German Geran Legation Lgaton six attaches atache a aguard aor aguard
guard of thirtyfive thlltyn e mea and two officers officersThe oWcersTM otHce ra raThe
The French FreDc Legation Legatin was as occupied by b bthe
the minister mInster M t S Tlncnon jnehn inebon a ope staff staf stat of rlt rlta Is it ita
a cers guard gar of seventyoae sventYOe mea ma and al four tor cffi cl c Lii Liicers
cers cersThe
The Russian Rusn Minister Mkaael De Giers Giersbad Cer Gle ni nihad
had six sl attaches a guard of seventyoae seventyoaemen seventyc ne nemen
men and four for officers officersThe ofcers officersThe
The Italian Italin Minister Uoster Marquis Uaqul Salvage SalvageRaggi Slva SaIva go gomaggi o oRggl
Raggi Rggl had hd two attaches attche and aR a guard guar of ofthirtynine ofthirtynine
thirtynine men with wih three thre officers officersAustria officersAustria officersAustria
Austria was represented repreeae by her er minis minister mlDlster mm is isten ¬
ter Baron Czikann Clkann von on Vahlbpra Valbr Vahiborn with wth two twoattaches t we weattaches
attaches attches and a guard of o thirty men me and andthree aa aathree a ad
three officers officersJapan officer officersJapan
Japan had hd one ont of the largest largft legations legationsBaron Jegtlns JegtlnsBaron legatlo as asBaron
Baron Nishii Xishl was ws the minister He had hadnine hadnine I ad adnine
nine attaches claces and a a guard guar of twentyfou twentyfoumen twentytoutmen rut rutmen
men with wit two officers officersBelgium ofcer officersBelgium
Belgium had hai a Charge Care d Affaires dAtalr De DeMarchienne Dearchlenne BeMarchienne
Marchienne and two attaches attachesihe attaches attachesajn
jJan ajn had a miniser minister Senor BJclogan BJcloganhe Bjcobogan Bjcoboganahe
ihe he Dutch Minister Miister was a M f F M 1 Kco Kcobcl Ki io iobel o
bel and ad the te Portuguese Minister Mlnlstr was wa F H HGalbardon K
Galbardon The TeJater Tbelatter latter had three attaches attach es esSire s
She Falls FnJ a Thousand Tbonlnncl Feet FeetThrilling eet eetTrlng
Thrilling Trlng parachute pruhute jump lup at l Chesapeake Ce e Beach Dth Sea Ui UiBeal
Cent lt and 1 largest larle1t ized sized Shlnsles Shlnl a OOO G 00 00per 10 1 1pr
per 1000 JC nude mde ot cromts C No > > o 1 quality by F
pr qJ
Libber Lbb Libbey Co Co
The Th e Records of the Men Ien Who Fell Fellat Fel Fellat
at Tientsin TientsinColonel TientsinColonel Tientsjnlon1
c Colonel Co < lon1
L1cnm Llncnm a 1 Veteran of the theCivil the the1iI
Civil Cdl C 1iI War ar and a 1 a Ward JArd Fighter FighterAVan FIghterOB
AVan I ta OB Wounded ounded at the Battle Datle of San SanJunn San SanuanOthem
Junn uantlen uanOthem Other Had AVon on Glory GlnrA GlnrAComplete GloryAComplete A AComplete
Complete Roster ROlter of the Leaders LeadersCol LeaclerCot Leaderaal
Col Cot C al Emrn Emerson H LIscum Lcm was as a native natve of ofAermont orVernt ofrmont
Aermont Ve y rmont and enlisted In the civil
Vernt a ented cvlwar cvlwarray war warMay wary
M May Ma ray y 2 ISfl 181 as a a corporal crr In I the te First Fir Ver Vermont Ver Verat ¬
m mont mo at Volunteer Vou8 r Infantry Infery He served Se until untilAugust uRI uRIAugst untilgust
A August Augst Au gust 15 1 when he bo was discharged dtsehage and aadwent a andnt
w went we nt Into the le Regular Pebl Army A = y in t February Fobr Fobruar FobruarThrough
is 1SS2 ISI Through Teh successive 3elve stages sge he rose roseto re roselieutenant
to lieutenant Ueutena colonel tORe of the Tweatyfourth TweatyfourthInfantry Twety8rt Twentyfourthantry
IB Infantry bfntry Inf InfNi antry May 23 1SS5 lS and a colonel e of the theNinth theDU theath
N Ninth Ni DU ath Infantry IDCury April Apil 25 1S99 Oa July 12 12liSS 1 1s
IS liSS 1 s during the war with Spain be
drla Ue w wth SpaI was wasbrevetted w wasevetted
br brevetted breveted evetted Brigadier Drgler Genera Genrl of Arel Yehle Ieisess Ieisessm ntoor3 ntoor3from
fl from fr fro m which w leh vohtatecr latec rank rak he le was ws wscbrg dis discharged dliarged ¬
charged cbrg cl1 arged < on the last day dy of the hewing ra hewingeexsler
Dl December Deem1r De eexsler to assume at command eomt ef o the U Ninth NinthInfantry Ninthfantry t
Ia Infantry Isrsntr fantry with w rank of colonel e in the Rdgttlar RiPtar RiP ReguArmy
tar a Army Ary AryColonel ArmyColonel t tColenel S
Colonel Llsoum Lioum has hs always been boe recog recognized ree recoged ¬
a nized niz ed us a a a hard lard fighter fgler and aD was ws wounded Wae at atthe atthe ate
ti the e battle ltle of Santiago 56It8 He le had Ilul beenln ben In the tfcePhilippines thelllpplses e
PI Philippines P Pb lppaeti lllpplses the last 1 year yer with wit His J regi regimcnt reg regiont
mcnt mcntMajor mat matMajr m ont ontMaJor
Major Majr James Jae Regan RtPB of the t Ninth Xh In Infantry IafaBtry Inntry ¬
f fantry e ntry who w was w killed kfe at Tientsin Tits was wasbora w wasrn
bora bD bo rn ia and a appointed aNte from tr Virginia Vlr Ho Hojoined le lejon Hened
j joined jon joi < ned ate Ila regiment regt In February Peblr IStT 1i and aadserved a andrved
served ne rved with it i Is
Wyoming to 1M liii
sre wit TyOag t lI OB re recruHiBg re reafting
cruHiBg endtD cr afting service sr to 1871 with wlU regiment reglm9 in inNebraska 1 1Xeka isebraska
Nebraska Xeka > N ebraska and e Wyoming yoiDS to t 1 UI 1i M partfci partfcipcting prtt partietting
P pcting ptBg pe ting In II Yellowstone Yelone expedition exlt May Iay to taOctober toOer toctehor
C October Oer O ctehor 1S73 13 recruiting reulUBg service Me October October18S6 Oct
1 18S6 lSi 6 October Oto iSiS 1S with wth regiment reglm8 ia iaArizona J JArn Isrizona
J Arizona Arn A rizona to January Jaau IS 1 1St in New ew York Yek M MApril ispril e eApi
J April Api A pril 1 uS5 S Santiago Saatago campaign tlga to t Augai AugaiUtt Ar AegnetS
J Utt Ia li S being lag recommended reaeoe for gaJtetrtry gal at atbattle a atattle
1 battle b tle of o San Juan Jan July Jty 1 1SS6 UI 151 with ta rogf rogfntent re regieat
ntent mat m eat in I New ew York Yok August Alglr 1S8 1S te Mesa MarefeIMS YU Mesaii
IMS 1 li ii PhiHpoiae PUtse Islands Ieaas to l 1 June JI 19M 1 anal analin a aI andChina
in I China CI to date dateCapt at dateCapt e
Capt Cp Bdwta S V Bookmilier Be Ninth Xtt In Infantry Iaft I Iwho ¬
fantry ft who was W killed JUe at TienMia T was wasborn 1U 1UM wasera
born M h era in I Ohio O February F ry 2 1 1 1107 7 8 and ap appointed apoInted J ¬
pointed p8e p oInted front fO that t State Ste He H served O in 1 the tboSioux t theinux
Sioux S S inux 1 Indian campaign cp hiring Kilt 1 and aadU andHe nl nlal
U al l He served Re ia I the th Saaiia S Saatiso o caat caatiwign esasaign
iwign p P and was 1 rscontmenJLd ree for fe a bvevet bvevetfor beevetor ev t tfo
for fo f or gallantry sl at 1t s San Juan J He went we lo loManila 10t IaOsnila
Manila 3 t in I August Ag ISM 150 and went wen to t Ch ChCat 0I GE GEIs
as I Is Jan IH 105 105Capt
Cat C Charles Cl R R Noyee re Ninth lU latfaacry latfaacrywbo lalsatryb
wbo b was w killed at Tientsin Tt Tiestais was w bora in inMassachusetts inassarbuseus
Massachusetts Xat M May Iay a K 1S5S 1S and a J ap apC4flt5d > p ppciated
pciated pate I C4flt5d front f zoos that tht State Stte He H was w e emiosioaed C csi csiasissed >
miosioaed ed asissed e captain ept April Apl 2C ISIS t He Heserved H lieIn
served e in 1 Cuba Cb and a was recommtndod r for forcosopicuous f foroeapiciostzs
cosopicuous clicu c gallantry glny at a Saa S JucR J He Hewent Hewent Heent
went w ent to Manila aaUa in i March ISM 1 lS and io ioaa 1 too
aa n o la June 1MO 1 10OQitin Vt VtOsntsta tc tcLe
i Osntsta Lamly Le io of the emaln marines rnatineit tasm tasmfate
it ant i5 ue
an i t <
fate pa te General Lemly of the h Navy TD Departmant Depart Ddpaiteat JHlrt JHlrtmant
mant mant m eat He was appointed abouta year ago agoat aget
at a t Ute time of the increase of the corps by byact Ityaet byct
act a ct of Congress Lieutenant Butler is a aSOB aSOIL aon
SOB s on of Representative Butler ef West WastChester WestClte5ter Wonthester
Chester C Pa PL and entered tae thceerla eeriis from fromciTil tremclYiI fremivil
ciTil c ivil life Lie Lleuteat ten nt Leonard Ieo was wasashlsgts from fromWashington rretBWu
Washington WashingtonThe Wu W ashlsgtsThe lgt lgtT1te
The officers oesrs of 1 the Ninth Infantry latuydao as asby ashows
dao s hows by tIle latest edition oC the Army ArmyRegister AnByReekter Armyegister
Register R are a as follows followsColonel toUewsCoIODelEatenIIMI hetlewsCoioaeiEaensos
Colonel CoIODelEatenIIMI Emerooa H Ltecua LtecuaLieutenant LiIota LiIotaL LiacarnLieutenant
Lieutenant L Coionei CeleaelCllaries Cbaries A A GasSings CooiMga34aX ceIW8J4ajcr GasSingsMajorsJesse
34aX J4ajcr MajorsJesse rJ JefIIe 3e M Le Lei Morris Mwr C Foote Footeand F Falld Fe4ed
and d James Regan ReganCaptains Rega RegaCaptataaTI1omAS RegaaCaptainsThomas
Captains CaptataaTI1omAS Thomas S S McCaieb George GeorgePalmer GeergePalmer GeargePalmer
Palmer Frank L 1 DoMs DM4Is Curies R RNoyes ROe RNoyes
Noyes Oe Robert II Anderson All erscm George P PAhern rAlter PAliens
Aliens Alter Fred L 1 Palmer John JoII P Fisher FisherAndrew FhIIeAftdrew FInleyAndrew
Andrew TV Brewster Frank De W WRamsey IVRamsey WRalMey
Ramsey Mark L 1 Hersey Peter C Harris HarrisJohn Harrk HarrkJehn Harrigohn
John J ohn M L Slgworth Edwin V BoekmiHerFirst BoekmlllerFirst BoekmiHer BoekmflierFirst
First Lieutenant LieutenaatFnuicis Francis H SeheeffeJ SeheeffeJJoseph ScboefrelJ SCbeeffOIoseph
Joseph J oseph ph Frazier Arthur IV 1 Yates Louis B BLawten DLawta BLaWtOe
Lawten Thomas Thom AV V Conaeii Hugh D DWise DWise DWise
Wise Harry F Bothers Benjamin M MHartshorae MHartshorne 31lartaherne
Hartshorae I Jr Fred L L Muason Harold HaroldHammond HaraldHammood HaroldHammond
Hammond Ira na a C Wellborn ellborn John le a B BScheeffet BSe BScbeeei
Scheeffet Se William imam K K Nayler Easton R RGibson RCibo 11Cibsos
Gibson Edward A Bumpus James P PDrouiliard pDrowlllarcL FDroallkird
DrouiliardSecond DrowlllarcLSeeo Drouiliard DroallkirdSecond
Second cI Lieutenants LleuteaantsFred Frad R R BroynReuben Bro8Reubea Brown BrownReuben
Reuben Smith Frank R R Lang L8 1 William H HValdron n nWaltlrOB HValdron
WaltlrOB Valdron George W V Y Wallace allaee Altos Smith Smithjr Skjr SmithJr
jr Willis P Coleman Robert S Clark ClarkAbraham Clarktbraham
Abraham tbrahamMB IT Loeb Loeb3IB LoobMR
Ills Successor an n First AoMlntant AoMlntantIostniuxter tnnitnnttostnuiyter aKhltnntlotnucter
Iostniuxter General Not > ot CI Chose ChoenCol ChoseCob o ei eiCol
Col Perry Heath the First Assistant AssisustPostmaster AsM AssistantPostmaster l lPO
Postmaster PO tm8lter General who will resign that thatplace lhKtplsce thatplace
place to take the Secretaryship of the Re Republican Re RePUbileaD RepubHcaa ¬
publican National Committee is back k treat treatCleveland treatCJevelaDtl f rem remCleveland
Cleveland Ohio where he had bees la laconsultation IelISultatfon saconsultation
consultation with Mark fark Hanna and other otherparty odserrty otherparty
party rty leaders Jea ers Colonel Heath had a long
interview this morning with ith Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PestmutetG PostmasterGeheral
General G De1 Smith Afterward he said saided
1 have havenot not yet rsj resin aa a4I do sot aotknow sotknew
know whanaurgnaxion 11 1 gl1lion wilt De tealer tealereeL tenJ r rj
ed eeL j Certain it is however that r shall act aetcontinue ftetcontinue actcontinue
continue oa the Government payrolls after afterI <
I have ye quit working for r the Government GovernmentI
I intend to leave during the latter part oC oCnext otBext ofnext
next week for Chicago to see about the thoprogress theprogr theof
progress progr s of the Republican Cemattuees Cemattueesheadquarters CommtUeesheadquarters Comtaltteeaheadquarters
headquarters The organization as yet hoo hoono aino haahothe
no home and I will not Join its forces un until until enut ¬
til offices are secured I may leave the thePostal thePostal lie liePtStal
Postal Department about the let ef Au August August August ¬
gust No I do DOt care to talk about the theappointment tileappoiatme theappointment
appointment t of a successor successorPostmaster successorPosunaster orPostmaster
Postmaster General Smith said that thatmorning tWmorning thinmorning
morning after his talk with Cokmo Heath Heaththat HeatJathat Heaththat
that Curtis Guild of Boston will not ac accept ae aeeept accopt ¬
copt the place pla Mr Ir Guild is a newspaper newspanorman newsparman newspaperman
man wao who has been prominent in the peR poMUcs peRICS pellof
Ucs ICS of the Bay State He was inspector inspectorgeneral IlIIIt inspectorgeneral eCtr eCtrgeaeral
general with rank ranc of lieutenant colonel coioaolon
on the staff of Gen Fltzhuga Lee daring durtesthe thlft thlfttbe daringthe
the Spanish war George M Allen the tbechief thechlet theblef
chief blef clerk to the First Assistant Pas Postataoter P Pter Pastsr
ter General is also talked of for the place placeMr JllaeeMr pInesMr
Mr Allen is now in Europe but wiH tH be beback eback beback
back in about ten days As he has a acivil ach11 achit
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