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NUMBER NlT IllER I 1552 WASHINGTON 1Y THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 900 PRICE ONE CENT
ACTION CTiOWOF OF THE CZAR CZARDeclares
Declares a SJate of War rar to Ex Exist Exist E
ist in Certain Territory TerritoryHOSTILITIES rrellitolYUOS1ILITIES
HOSTILITIES EXPECTED SOON SOONTheRussian
The TheRussian Russian Amur District Appar Apparciitly AfIlHllcull
ciitly cull Invaded hy b Chincse ChineseAN ChincseAN
AN ALLEGED PLOT WITH VITII1UlN VITII1UlNSCluntlonnl T TITAN
SCluntlonnl tr of the Cnrl Uurpr rK rKX
X NetIuhiOhId otltionN AVItli St Ieterxli IeterxliJoUIii r etcrhnr etcrhnrJnorlnJ
JiVgrI JnorlnJ tor n itcrtt eeret Alllnnccn Alllnnccnuther AIHnnceflother
other n Itejurt llurt rhnt Forelgiers relJuer nt ntIcldn sitJtklii
JoUIii Are re Helm JIc1ii Cunrdcd nnrclerl In In1riiiee InIrluec
1riiiee Clili Cliliainliitnlii Chln14 InlnetTlentln InlnetTlentlnInlutnhl Ia
ainliitnlii Silence OUlelnl tfleInI An Awi AnJI0nnelln Annoutweiiint
JI0nnelln noutweiiint i iit That General Xleh XlehWas Ich Ichln tel telis
Was ln is Killed In Buttle Uttle3Ieuof1nr Uttle3Ieuof1nrOf 31cnofWnr 31cnofWnrOtt
Ott ShniiKlutl Shnn hnl Cleared for Action ActionAVoiitcii ActionIuen
AVoiitcii Iuen ami Children IJenucsted IJenucstedlo n lneteti lnetetito
lo 1i Leave Hirer Ports IorhlLI LI HHIIK HHIIKniK IInlllChnnl liui
Chnnl niK to t Have a Conference ConferenceLONDOX
Vitii ith tbe lie Gnernor ur o IunLonJ IunLonJLOiDOS
LONDON July 13 lJA A despatch from SL SLPetersburg StPeterJiWrr St
PeterJiWrr Petersburg aays aaysCertain ys ysCcr rs rsCertalK
Certain Ccr porttoss JOftIO of o the Araar Am r territo territory terrItor ¬
ry r T3 eenprMng e mprltslng the first dfviaion of o the theKhabaravrtc UteJO1MIrewk
Khabaravrtc dtetrict the to towns n of BlagaT BlagaTatehcBck lagov lagovOItebeMk
atehcBck IChabaroTOk Klkolak iko1ak Uawrl Uawrland UJilMlrl1ad Userlad
and Vlndfveatock Vl hMtock have been declared in a aMnte ob4
Mnte b4 8 el t war from fr July Jl 17 17Tata 1 1T
Tata T dedarsiioB tMdara Oll that a state tato of 1 war ex exItte exIds
Ids i in niMsian prorinees ovins iadea03 that the theCMnese tJl tJlC thtCbt t
CMnese C Invnaton of tae Czara Cr dentala deI ta is isbecoming isbocollliag I
becoming serious Xewa 8 tNt the armlea armleaof arMl arMlo
of o Kneaia Po ItsI and Prince Tnan Ta nave have zaet it itleaked iseeMd Ii
leaked for at t any time timeIt uine uineIt
It ia i s believed beJIn that Rtstsia Ru baa fer eome eometime eometlMe oie oietiMe
time been Dee aware of o the t e proposed Chinese Chineselavaaien Chi CMneeRTi etle etleJaTlll
lavaaien RTi ll aDd nd tat an enormous force IB IBready Isry Ii I
ready to crush the Celestials Cel Uais at the ft 16t 16tOppft LalorpettflhIt7 et etoppMtnnUy
oppMtnnUy Oppft itl Tie aggressiveness of Trine lrioce lrioceT e eTnaB I
T TnaB h nas giwB ivex the Czar ample mpie CXCWM for foriHirllng torbUrJltIC
iHirllng UrI Into the Chinese Chi Umpire from tae taewill thenwtkaU th thectk I
nwtkaU ectk 1I Ute 80fdiers OWIOr e ay cho6te cbooewffl acd acdtilliTe
will tilliTe iir Kesri a decided Military lIitar advan advania advAIIt dyn dynisi
t isi ia tae terrltwry bwderisg on her herdentnln ler4Na1Mit
dentnln 4Na1MitlJclerl
Alleged lJclerl Secret crct AHIniiee AHIniieeIn IlInuecIn
In eoaseettett eoaeeU with 1tla the th warlike aetioa etIon of oftae 0Hie I
tae Car a at Jlter story ry telegraphed today tOOt to tae taeGlobe tbeGloM thiOIobe
Globe by Ita Snangaai coereApo correcpeBoent Dt is isjBterestiag isiatresUIt is b
jBterestiag < He declares that HUM ltuasi bte btebeen msb t
been b JI secretly negotiating i tiDg with Prince PrinceTuan PrlDce1n PrInc PrIncTuu i
Tuan the leader of e the aatlforetgs ole oleineat o oe oerMext e emeat
meat with the connivance of o Li H Hag Hagha I1i ag agChang t
Chang ha He H add aids that Viceroy V ro1 Lul Kim Yin Yinof Yiltor Ylkof
of XnnkiH kill received rectty the details IetII of o the tbesebewe theookeMe th t
sebewe from Zros PrineeTnaa but failed top teapIt to toppclo ap appellO
pellO the powers at o wbt Wail wa loi golag g 00 00l
It Ic ateo ko said W that certain nigh autaori autaoriiiflK uthorit1 tbori tboriti
iiflK ti ef o the Yangtse Yanct e proIiice favor a arot aeet e ecrot
< rot alliance ee with Hmaia Ult ia bttt Viceroy ViceroyChang Vkero VkeroC
Chang C g Ca Cll Tang will 111 not ot agree to any anyAlthough 2Iywck I
wck pr ptoioiUon liUOB liUOBAltbeUlk
Although AItli eugk the story Is regarded In con coaEervative cnEiratie
Eervative qtiarters iiarters here aa a highly sensa sensalienal senatienal nsa nsaHEmal
lienal there are many IDaD who are willing ta tacredit tocreiJit ti S
credit it all to believe that the negotia negotiati9 negotlatfEMtS negotiatIes
tIes ti9 a between Huacia and the Chinese Chineseusurper ChinesellEMllper S Sieorper
usurper have miscarried because of the theintense theintense thi S SIntense
intense general feeling in China against all allforeigners allerolgners a I Iferolgncra
foreigners They The express the opinion that thatif thatl thatif
if Tuan was as really conniving OO Dh ng with Russia Russiafer RUHilller 1 1for
for an underhanded alliance he has been beencompelled beencompelled I Icompelled
compelled to abandon the proposed prspese ar arrangement armagement arreegement ¬
rangement because of o the overwhelming overwhelmingsentiment oorwhelmlngsontlment overwheIrnin I Isentiment
sentiment of his troops trOPI the Boxers against againsteverything abaiostlorything t teverything
everything not strictly strictly Chinese ChineseThere ChineseThore ChineseThere
There are others here who pretend to see seein seein e 0 0In
in the Chineee invasion of Russian pro provinces proIneos proilnoos ¬
vinces Ineos the signs of a deeplaid plot to de deceive decehe decetve ¬
ceive other powers Into believing that Rue Russia HussIe Rueala ¬
ala and China are irrevocably hostile hostileDevelopments hostileDeyelepments hostileDeveiepments
Developments in the territory where a astate a1ate I Iatata
state 1ate af r war has been declared to exist are areawaited areawalte4 ar 0 0awatte
awaited with as keen an interest as is issews iaJHtW I I Inews
sews JHtW from Tientsin and Pekin PekinMIiilnterM PekinlInlHterH PekinIItsisjer
MIiilnterM IItsisjer Said to He Safe SafeThe SnfeThe SafeThe
The assertion that the foreigners In the theChinese theChineso th e eChineao
Chinese capital are safe has appeared In Inslightly in2lightly Ii a agy
slightly gy altered form today tooa via ia Brussels BrusselsA
C A despatch clpttt k from that city cU states that the theFerolgn theFerelgn th 0 0rereign
Ferolgn Office announced this morning that thatit thatIt the t tIt
it had atrong reasons for reviving hope In Inthe Inthe I a athe
the safety rety of the ministers at Pekin This Thisbapofulnews ThisepoCulueu Tb 5 5bepofuluess
bapofulnews Is based upon upon a telegram re received reccivod recelvod ¬
ceived from rota M I Catler the Belgian lgian
diplo diplomatic diplonmtfc 5 5nettle ¬
nettle agent at Shanghai who declares decIar that thathis thathis the Lt Lthis
his advices now confirm the report that all allthe allthe a ii iithe
the Europeans aro safe in PrInco Chlags Chlagspalaee Chlngspeiaee Ching s spelsie
palaee M I Catier adds uThe The
th
report of the themassacre thecrc e eIflasancre
massacre crc s contradicted contradictedWhile contradictedWhile contradicteiLWhile
While this despatch may have aroused arousedhope arousedhope arouse d dhope
hope In Brussels It has not altered the theopinion th thopinion 0 0opinion
opinion In London and
is
regarded as
mere merely merely inertIT ¬
ly a repetition of the many reports that thathave thathae thc it ithave
have come < ome out of o China during the past pastfew pastfaw pai et etfew
few days asserting that the foreigners foreignerswere foreignerswore ra rawere
were safe and that several of the legation legationbuildings legationbulhUngB legatic in inhulitlings
buildings were standing on various dates datesTientsin datesTlentdn datesTlentin
Tientsin HoniiiiiiH MIt iIIeiit iIIeiitTlentsin 1Int 1IntTientsin > iit iitTientsin
Tientsin continues silent There Is great greatconcern greatcOJicorn gre it itconcern
concern regarding the lack of o news from fromthere fromthere froi n nthere
there It Is probable that roving bands of ofChinese ofChinese SfChinese
Chinese have again severed the telegraph telegraphlines telegrophHnes telegra ib iblines
lines isolating Isol tlng the
city
from wire com communication communication l lmunication ¬
munication with 1th Taku After the signal signalIlSe signaI sign a aie
IlSe I ie e To Mount Vernoii ernon and He HeAM u Sc ScI e etnrn
tnrn tnrnAMI I Urn UrnAeti
AM ISc t to Alncaadria 1aadr and return after 7 p m 51
Kltetrie train from 11K 1I sad wl Pa I aw awTake ae aeTnke arereike
Take the eItnySIiorc Kny Un Shore
Limited Liniltetint nt n pm pmPlyiinM InlPIln1t ps I IPlycins
PlyiinM HunincfiM lIulllne College Colle e Sth and K Kllusinra 1L 1LIIUAinesa I Iiiuainesa
IIUAinesa Shorthand Typewriting Tpewrltijg25 5 a yeer yeeriiuatering v > ar arIMnntcrlnK r rIJnterJnl
IMnntcrlnK Lntlm i3OO 3O tOO
finest Lath Lathat Lntluat ia iaat
at towered rtd prices at Friendly Corner Cth and a ad adar
K Ti art ar 1
victory vi ctory of the tb allied forces It is believed believedthat beUeedthat believedat
vith
that th at they should have been able to keep in Intouch
touch to tore uch with the fleets at Taku unless the therepulse therepulse thepulse
r repulse re rere pulse of the Chinese was followed by a arenewal arenewal anewal
renewal re reel newal of the fighting preventing the for foreign
eign el gn officers from even communicating communicatingwith
with wi th their Governments GovernmentsAccording GocrnmentsAccording GovernmentsAccording
According to a Shanghai despatch pub published published ¬
n lished lis lisly hed heref herethe the Chinese announce official officIally omcialthat
lyti ly that th t General JCleli ieh was killed in the bat battle battle bate ¬
l tle ti e at Tientsin TientsinTrouble TientsinTrouble TlentsfnTrouble
Trouble is expected at Shanghai The Theforeigners Theforeigners Theroignera
foreigners fo foci roignera there are In a state of great ex excitcment excltement cxtement
citcment ci cita tement although measures have been beentaken beentaken beenken
taken ta ken to afford them ample protection in inthe inthe Ine
the th e event of an assault by the Chinese ChineseVnrshIpn ChlneaeVnrhll ChineaeiVit
iVit VnrshIpn rsh I pa Hendy Ittnl to ii Fire FireNine Plrtine FireNine
Nine ine foreign menofwar arc at anchor off offShanghai orrShaaghal offhanghai
Shanghai S with their guns ready read decks deckscleared decksclcnretl deckseared
c cleared cl eared for action and ready at any mo moment moment moont ¬
ment m ont to assist In repelling any attack attackA at11tkA
A despatch to a news agency from CromShanghai
Shanghai Sh anghai says 66S the foreign women and chil children
dren dr en have been requested to leave the theriYer
river ri ver ports portsRioting
Rioting has occurred occuired at Poyang Lake Lakenear Lkenear
near ne ar Kiukiang Several missionaries hare hlebeen
> been be en killed and the chapels burned burnedISnnll
IMnnn of iJi Hunpr JJ Iiiin unJCbulIl unJCbulIlA Chiii Ctzxig r rA
A despatch to the Central News ows from fromHongkong
Hongkong ll of yesterdays date says sas LI 11Hung
Hung h ung Chang who Is on his way to the thenorth thenorth theorth
north n orth is due here tonight and will leave looeIn
In the morning A battalion of the Welsh ebh ebhFusUiors
Fusiliers F uetliers will act as s a guard of honor Sir SirHenry
Henry H enry Arthur Blake the Governor of otHOtrgkoog
Hongkong Il will 111 have an audience with Li LiHJn
IlH
HUBS HJn H ung Chang at s the Government house be before before bere ¬
fore fo re the Chinese diplomat departs departsTbe departsThe
The preas association states that Lieut LieutGeneral
General G eneral Sir Francis Grenfell Governor of ofMalta
Malta M alta will command the British Drltl h treeps tr in luChina
China ChinaMAlI1rns C htaa
2IAjmTZS TO LEAVE FOR CHINA CEHTAlrom CHINAHetnetlillent CHINAetzicliiueix
Hetnetlillent I etzicliiueix I COlu1l11 Coin lug lrom MorfulV MorfulVI uIroll uIrollII
I II liv y Steamer Toiiltrhf ToiiltrhfNORFOLK iOllllhtXORFOLK
NORFOLK Va J July Jxij ly 19 ItA A detachment detaeJmentof
01 o f nftyfaar marine will ill leave the tl1 Nor Norolk or orfoJk
folk f fe Navy av Yar4 f n far fwWuhlqtOll Washington by atm atmer
er e r tonight At Washington they the wilr m join jointhe jet jetthe Jetuhe
the t he marine rine battalia battat which will m go over overland
land l to San Francisco there tlt < e to 0 take chip chipfor 2111pfor
I for China ChinaThe ChiuThe
The marlaes marine who are all volunteers are areeager re reeqer
eager e ew to g II r to the front General He Hew Hewood 11eeoti >
w wood eoti od be hoe ordered the corps cox p eommuufer eommuuferhere eoM man4or r rhere
here to expedite e Jt lte the t e departure oC the re recruits ricrutts ¬
cruits cruitsVOST cruttsVON c
VON KSTTEXHKS SUCCES JR JRiiN JRHr
I Hr D > r TMiliiiiu V VLcnrr Von IU Selxsvnrzczitciix ehnrlt iiN ncln < elii to toIcn I
Lcnrr Icn for SIiiniKliiti SIiiniKliitiBERLIN SlulnlhulBERLI
BERLIN BERLI July Jul 19 19Dr Dr Mu Mued Memos Von YOIISeharze Vonchwarzenstein
Seharze S chwarzenstein telit who was recently appoint appointed
ed o il Minister Miuhtisrto iDitjt ro 4o China Chl to succeed Baron
Von 011 Ketteler KetteI will nave he an audience at atnooa t tOOOJl
nooa n oon today with Count Von B BtleJew etew the theMinister theMInister
I Minister of Foreign Affairs He He111 will leave leayeI leaveonight
I tonight t for Genoa oa where he will embark emb8rkon emborkxi
on o xi the German warship arabip Prenaaea oa Jttly Jill
24 4 and will iIl sail nil for Shanghai ShanghaiGen ShaagHIGe ShanghaiGen
Gen Ge Von V R Der Goltz and Dr Jar von on onolilien
Bohlea olilien and Halbach who has been a See SeeODd j
ODd o ntt d Secretary S retar of tae German Legation at atWashington I I IWas
Washington Was lagton will accompany the aew ew rain mlnJter mm mmater i iister
ister l ater
HUSSIAKT ItU UN A2IY a Y ORDERS OHDEHSIttliort ORDERSU ORDERSteiiort
Ittliort U J lurt That TI lIt Troops Will ill Be Con Coiieentrntcd ConcClltrntcl
eentrntcd ceist rated Xt XorthelCt Non rthvent i tit uf f India IndiaLONDON IndlnLOXDOX
LONDON July Jul ItThe 19 Tne Husslan Minis Minister Nlnieer IIBIItel ¬
tel t er of DfWar War tVar at St Petersburg P tersburg has issued issuedseveral euedYera
several c Yera orders 0Id Old9 fer 8t the reorganization of the thearmy thearm thcrmy i
army armyThe arm a rmy
armThe
The apparent effect of the carrying out outof outot
of o f these orders despite the trouble witk witkChina wkChina witIChina
China will be the concentration of forces forcesto foreesto fore
to t o the northwest of India IndiaBRITISH IndiaBRITISH IndiaBRITISH
BRITISH TROOPS FOR CHINA CHINAFourteen CBINAFourteen
Fourteen Thou Thouloiulul and Sent Since Slne the theTrouble theTrouble lbs a aTrouble
Trouble Uesnti UesntiLONDON IIcnnLmmO
LONDON LmmO July 19 19In In the House of ofCommons ofCommons o f fCommons
Commons today Under Foreign Secretary SecretaryBrodrick Secr Secretar SecretarBrodrick tary taryDrodrIck
Brodrick stated that 14WM men had been beenlanded betulanded beeslanded
landed or were on the way wa to China on onJuly onJuly ox S SJuly j
July 17 17Two 17Two 17Two
Two thousand additional Japanese troops troopshe troophe 5
he said would start for the scene ene of the thepresent thepresent tb C Cpresent
present trouble trouble before Sunday SundayPRAISE Sunlia SunliaPRAISE
PRAISE FOR AMERICANS AMERICANSArehlilHlion A1 TttERICANStrclilIslsop ERICAliS ERICAliSrelaItIOI
ArehlilHlion Ireland Jr lnntl nt the Arcaeil ArcaeilCtillesre lrcuei r uciJ uciJCollee I ICollexe
Ctillesre KxercIseK KxercIseKPARIS lxereSeoPARIS ExereleesPARIS
PARIS July 19 19Archblshop Archbishop Ireland of ofSt ofSt o I ISt
St Paul presided at the exercises at Ar Arcueil Ar Arcuen Arcud
cueil cud College today to 1a < when the prizes wero werodistributed werodistributetl wer 0 0distrlbutett
distributed to the students The Archbish Archbishop ¬
op o made a speech which was greeted with lithapplaUe withapplause altl altlapplause
applause applauseThe applaUeThe applauseThe
The superior Father Feuillette in reply replyreferred repl replreterred >
referred to the patriotism and love of o lib liberty liberty liberty ¬
erty of o Americans whose who e young men had hadhearts ha hahearts i ihearth I
hearts as generous as their muscles were weresolid weresoUd wer a asolid
solid soUdDRAKE
DRAKE ORDERED TO CHINA CHINAThe CHINAThe CHINAThe
The 3Inre Inre Inland Commander Coin Cointo Golntu
to the Orient OrientVALLEJO OrlcntVALLEJO OrientVALLEJO
VALLEJO Cal July 19 19CommanoIer 19CommanoIerFrancIs Commander CommanderFrancis r rFrancIs r
Francis J Drake of o Mare Iare Island who has hasbeen hasbeen ha S Sbeen i
been In charge of o the ordnance department departmentat t tat
at that post for some time has been or ordered ordered oxdered ¬
dered to China He Ie is a wellknown naval navalexpert naalexpcrt nav tj tjexpert
expert expertSecret expcrtSecret expertSecret
Secret orders receiveed at Mare Island Islandhave Islandhac Islan d dhave I
have caused the greatest activity in work workOD workon wor worvarious
OD various ships now no there Work is be being be being hi hilag ¬
ing pressed on the Marblehead Mohican MohicanAlert ohlcan ohlcanAlert 1 1Alert
Alert Bear and other vessels It Is be believed belleved bilioved ¬
lieved they are designed de igned for immediate immediateservice Immediatesonlce Immedialservice
service in Oriental waters watersHOT w watersEOT ters tersHOT
HOT WAVE W A VB IN ENGLAND ENGLANDSeveral ENGLAl ENGLAlScernI ENGLA1DSererni
Several Spectators Faint at the Illlej IJII IJIIJe Ill C CIe
lej Je Shooting MntelicM MntelicMLONDON lntehcHIONDON tnicliesLONDON
LONDON July 19 19The The weather was wasvery waser w 3 shot
very er hot throughout England At Bisley Bisleyduring Bisleyduring fish fishduring
during the shooting matches several per persons persons pciSons ¬
sons fainted at the ranges from the heat heatandthc heatand hex tt ttandhc t
andthc and the field operations at Aldershot bad to tobe tobe I tobe o
be canceled canceledThe canclledThe canceledThe
The temperature In London was S3 de degrees degrees di 5 5grees
grees in the shade shadeIn shadeInvahldeti
In Invahldeti nUderl house orom out South Africa AfricaLONDON frlen frlenLONDON frlc it itLONDON
LONDON July 19 19In In the House of Com Commons Commons Conmona ¬
mons today Mr George Wyndham Parlia Parliamentary Parliamentary 1 1mthy ¬
mentary Under Secretary for War ar stated statedthat statedthat state statethat
that 30758 307 S officers and men had been in invalided inalded it itvahided ¬
valided home from South Africa slr slriee e the U xc
beginning of the war
910 10 To XlnKnrn Falls and anditeturis Itctvm 1O 1OVia JOIn I 10 10Viii 0
Via In lenutiylvatiia Railroad KallrondFirst ltnllronrlFirst RailroadFirst
First Personally Ctenifected O ndvcttd Tour of 1000 00 Spe Special S is iscia ¬
cial cia train t il1 of parlor can and day coaches w Mill ill 1
leave Sixth Street station at S a a n July Julv 20 2 S
Tickets good returning within ten day da allovins lIlI aliot71 ing ng
stoporcrs at Kuffaki Itocluetcr and Watkins W SVatkix ltkin 55 t
Second tour August l2 USt 9 9lr 9Sounrl 9Sound
Sound goisil oorl So S IJuorlnJouly IJuorlnJoulyf Floortng only onlyper
lr f 100 OO sq ft ft Nor Car pine Iin Frank ianJt Libbey Libbf Cl y I
Co 1
j RUSSIAS ll W YiAbIKll ARLIKH MOVE MOVEGrcat
Great G J reat Interest Among Officials 1llciaIs in inthe inthe
the St Petersburg Report ReportSurprise ReportSome
S Some So use Surprise Manifested n sic tlie tlieCznr th thCztrlII
Cznr CztrlII Cloverniaent ocrnn1t ut Had Appeared Appearedto IIllearcrlto
to Act in Accord ceotI With V1tls the Ioivcrn IoivcrnIn PonerHIn
In Maintaining Jlnlntnlnln That a State of ofWar oflnr
War nit Not 12xl Elbt t in Chliui and andThat 111111T
T That That lnt the Trouble There Was Vnx ilerc ilercly Icre
ly 1 ii Ilcvolt nc01tDI1c ltcvoltilvlivsetl Uellcvetl ttl In Sonic SonicWill SomeQunrterll
Quarter Shut the Unltetl StateN StateNvIil tnteN
Will ItcfuMe to Act ct an tin Ally Allyin IIT IITIn
in n Coallnl Campaign n of DeuHtntiou DeuHtntiouIn
In the absence of information of an offi official official ¬
cial cm < l character from representatives of the theUnited theUnIted
i United U nited States in China this morning in interest inI ¬
I
ti terest te rest at the White House and the de departments de departments ¬
p partments pa rtmeats was concentrated on the report reportthat reportthat
j that th at Russia RU ia had declared that a a state of ofwar ofwar ofar
war w < ar exists in the Russian Provinces her berdcring bordering herring
d dcring de ring on the Flowery Kingdom While WhUethis Whilethis
t this th is report was generally accepted as s au authentic 1Uthen nuentic ¬
thentic then th entic tic the effect that such a move might mighthave mlgsthaye
h have ave on the Eastern question was as diecHsa diecHsacd i etlJt3 etlJt3e1
c cd d from a variety of promises promisesMr promisesIr
Mr Ir DC Wollant Charge dTAffaires of ofRussia otRussia ofussia
j Russia R ussia was an early visitor at the State StateDepartment StateDepartment Staleepartment
j Department D epartment He said that he had beard beardnothing heardnothing
B nothing n to confirm the report that Rw Rwsia RIttIsia Ruea
s sia si a had declared t tists that a state of war ex exIsts oxte
j ists la te on her Chinese herder berdeVSome herderSome herdesSome
Some of the officiate at the State De Department Department Doertinent ¬
partment p ertinent said this afternoon that the pow powers pltwcrs pewra ¬
c ers crs e ra would hardly act as allloa mM to Rttosta R if ifthat ittsat Ifat
t that th at titlen began a fierce easiitalsn or orslaughter f fslaughter
s sh slaughter and coaqtioftt t There would It Itwas Itwas itas
v was w as said be ail ta gain ala reM RtMMta It RUSt white whitethe Jethe whilehe
wt
the t he nations acting merely aa guardians gtIHdIaatleir af aftheir efheir
t their respective rp tive rights aod preaertlea propecti in inChina InCblu enhina
Cblu C China hina could but supply sap sly troops and aDdnition antnMi antnMinltkm am
nltkm n lUon with Ilk so remit except to play into intoRnesias tatorrlHllas IntoueoIas I
1 Rnesias R ueoIas beads soil give her the benefit 9f 9ftlteir 1 1heir f ftheir
t their allied fore torea toreaIt a aIt cIt
It was doabt tktubt4d d by many mlu zn that tae United UDItedStates Unitedtatec UnitedStates
S States tatec wtMtU Join with Rnaata la devMtat devMtating 4evaetatag vutat vutatIng
ing l ag the Celestial Bapire While w lle the otter otterpowers otJterJ1I othexowers
lp
powers p owers J1I remaiaoa neutral trl and Ja latM tae opia opiaat a aon
10 I on at the diplomats MC aa event eat w wat ah1 I It
at a t once o create e ileHRlin aim carton and a lack of ac action ac11GB ccion ¬
tion t ion
tionThe
The State Department ettciala elate elatethat claiatlNat I
that t hat R RaisIn bail J been talwllM4l leS J as 0 tIte tIteatUtHe v vattltoe S
attltoe a of the other powers In th the mat matter matter ¬
ter t er of a declaration deelanaU 0f ao hostlllrte tDttiea and aadto had hadto bato I
to t o all latent aad purposes agreed to stanu stanuupon staDUupo I
upon te pee the same me tooting aa the other allies alliesTherefore all allTherore alliesherfore
i Therefore T the declaration of war seems to tocreate tocreate tx
create c an internal Internoaal tonal complication which whichnwy wJ1dInay I
II
I nay result ia the withdrawal ltWrawa of the for forn forces foreeai forcesof I
c n i i rse of the other powers powersHelyitiKT powersUolhll
HelyitiKT on the lIe Agreement AgreementAccording rcment rcmentAcoonltRg
According to the view 1e iewa expressed cxpr expreaes at the theSate UteStAte thi 1
Sate S f tate Department It ta this tit agreement reenteat reenteatwhlck t thich
which w hich had ha been the Mala factor in eanataa eanataathis eaqHds
this t his Government to refrain from fr any aD de declaration delanatioR deIaratIoa ¬
claration of war It is said a In good faith faiththat raltJahat I Ihat
that t hat th tM United Uctt States t ha has aa great cauae cauaea ea eaag S Ss
a ag s Russia R to declare d war r against China Chinabut Chiaa Chiaabut
but b ut la the Interest of the rettoratta of ofpeace ofpeaee 0 f
peace p eace bad refrained ref front r such action actionSense aeUODSeRle
Sense of the officiate o said that in the thelight tMlight tbs tbsight C
light l of o their knowledge e < Russias n pre previous preTIOUS ¬
vious v ioxte attitude ia the preheat crisis they theycould t1teycould tbe r rould
could c find BO reason for a radicalchance radicalchanceWhile radiealelNUlceW i iWhile
While W n it has been eD belie behleexl lieoo ed that Rmeia Rmeiaand R1IMk11nd a and t
and a nd Germany were endeavoring to have ve aa aaunderstanding aDumderstsnding ax a aunderatanding i
understanding among the powers as to the theextent t th e eextent Cxtent s
extent e of Japans use u of her large coetln coetlngent eoatll1gent contingent
gent of o troops in North China they were weresupposed weresupposed wer C Cuppoeed
supposed s to be in accord with the other othernations othernations else r rnations r
nations as to general policy policyThe p poilcyThe lc lcThe
The communications received by this thisGoyernment thi S SGovernment 3
Government from Russia in the exchanges exchangesamong exchangesamong a 5
aa
among the powers now going on had shown shownthat shownthat show showhat a j
that t hat her apparent purpose had been to act actwith aetwith ac twith t
with the other European nations naHan Japan Japanand Japanand 1 1and
and the United States in restoring order orderand orderand orde r rnd r
and a nd protecting foreigners Russia had vir virtually virtually ir irtuall ¬
tually tuall endorsed the position of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates i iStates
States as given in the declaration of prin principles principles I Iciples
ciples sent to the powers on July Jul 3 by the theSecretary theSecretarJo Lb C CSecretary
Secretary of State with he possible ex exception exception e eception
ception of the declaration against the par partition partition paztition
tition of China She appeared to be op opposed opposed o I Iposed ¬
posed to declaring war wa at this time believ believing belie belieIng r rag
ing l ag with the other nations that the best bestresulls box it itresults
results could be attained by withholding withholdingsuch withholdingsuch withholdiu g gsuch
such a declaration declarationThe declarationThe declarationThe
The fact that Russian territory had hadbeen hadbeen hs id idbeen
been invaded by Chinese troops was not notregarded notregarded ax t tregarded
regarded as changing the situation any anymore anymore at 7 7more
more than it was changed by the killing killingr kiliir ig igof
of o the German Minister by b Chinese troops trotpsThe S SThe
The powers proceeded on the theory that thattbe thatthe th at atthe
the Chinese Government was willing to toprotect toprotect I toprotect
protect foreigners and that any ImperIal Impetlaltroops ImperIaltroops Impexi al altroops
troops engaged in the antiforeign crusade crusadeincludiQg crusad e eincluding
including those that have invaded Russian Russianterritory Russianterritory Rusaix in interritory
territory were in revolt revoltXothinK reoltXotJrlnJ revoltNotliinsr
XothinK From American nu rlcnn SourceNo SOUrCCNo Source SourcesNo
No o word was received from any source sourcein rourceIn rours e ein
in China by by any of o the Government oernment offi officials officials ofi 1 1cials ¬
cials during the morning Secretary Hay Hayreceived Ha HarecelYed sy syreceived
received a cablegram from Consul General GeneralGoodnow GeneralGoodnow Gener a aGoodnow
Goodnow at Shanghai during the after afternoon inernoon af to r rnoon ¬
noon but refused to make the contents contentspublic conten ts tspublic
public It is understood that the Boxers Boxersarc Boxersare Bose ra raare
are beginning to show open hostility to totoreigners toforeigners
foreigners In that city and ID that aid Is Isasked isasked s
asked from this Government No word wordcame wo ord ordcnme rd rdcame
came from either Admiral Kempff or Ad Admiral Admlrol A Amiral ¬
miral Remey and it Is supposed that the thesituation ti to tosituation I Isituation
situation is still unchanged unchangedMr unchangedIr
Mr Wu called at the State Department Departmentduring DepartmentdurIng Depertme at atduring
during the morning and and seemed disap disappointed disappoin disa Is Ispointed ¬
poin pointed at not receiving 0 any any news ne He still stillDont at ill illIoiit
Dont Forget the Slay IIn Shore Limited LimitedLeaves LlnltcdI Limit 11I1 d dpnsdaily
Leaves I cs 5 p pnsdaily m doily for l Chesapeake Che lptlke Beach ENd ENdD fcathB
B t O WeekEnd eeltEnrl ScuMuore Seasho Excar ExearII10nli Excaadonis
adonis II10nliA11 adonisAll
All reason Ticlcts good coin going on all trains tri 95
Fridays and Saturdays valid
for
return until us 1
Tuesday following f500 500 for the roundtrip to ti tiAtlantic
Atlantic AtIal tic City Cape May Ocean City and S a
Isle City Ci CstylathId t1 t1lxl1G
lxl1G JlInrlrle1 d Bonrdu DonrIKoal flonrilsxoniy only 9175 135 l 73 73per 5 iJ
per J 100 6 j tL lLor ft of Xorth Carolina pine too at 1
GUS and N Y ave
expresses ex exsa presses the belief that the legations are aresafe aresaCe arefe
safe sa fe In Pekin and holies hOI es > for despatches con confirming confirming ¬
firming lir lirde ming this before many days daysSome caysSome daysSome
Some dissatisfaction di atlsfacilon is expressed at the thedepartments thedepartments thepartments
departments de partments that the President should run runback runback
back ba ck to Canton after a mere two days visit visitto visitto visitWashington
to toop Washington It is held that the devel developments developments develments ¬
opments op ments of the coming week must bring to tolight toUght
light li ght many horrors and that he should be bepresent bepresent beesent
present pr esent to act when the news Is received receivedMajor receivedIajor receivedaJor
Major M aJor General Wood was vas again at the War WarDepartment WarDepartment Warepartment
Department D epartment today vuh tth a plea for active activeserivce 1ctIveserhce activerivce
serivce se rivce In China This will hardly be begranted begranted beanted
granted gr anted as s it is expected that General GeneralChaffee GenoralCha1fee Generalhaffee
Chaffee C who was appointed a major gen general geReral ¬
eral er < al by the President pre2ldent today toda will soon have havethe havethe
the th thfe e situation In hand and will begin aa of offensive o ofense ¬
fensive fe naive campaign campaignA
A telegram was sent s t to Nagasaki agamki by Ad Adjutant Adjutant ¬
jutant ju tant General Corbin this afternoon ad addressed addresaed ¬
dressed d to General Ghaffee for delivery to tohim tohim
him h im on his arrival there on the transport transportGrant traMportGront tranpoctrant
Grant G rant informing him htm of o his appointment appointmentas
as a s major general generalot of volunteers volunteersOREGON olunteersOREGON
OREGON SAFE AT KTTRE KTTREIlljr XUREDII
Illjr H i Uuttlcxhin lJutU hlp Will ill He Patched Patchedfind Intehduud
find Ilelurn to Tn Tnku TnkuSecretary u uSecretary
Secretary Long yesterday y terday received a des despatch despatch ¬
patch p atch from Commander Wilde Ude announcing announcingthe aDnOHIMngthe
the t he safe arrival of the Oregon at Kara and andoffering an ano1fHlag andffering
offering o the services of the big vessel at atTakH atTttk
TakH Tttk T aku at once on < e Mr r Long at once cabled the thecongratulations th theongnttulatiocs
congratulations c of the American people peopleThe pe peThtj
The T he despatches are as a 5 follows followsKurc f lows lowsJure
Kurc July J81 IS 1117 111 p n nSecretary 1uSecretar inSocretary
uSecretar Secretary of Navy Weshingon WeshingonOregon VuhIDon VuhIDonOregon
Oregon Nashville arrived Knre 2 2oclock 2ocleek
oclock this afternoon Expect EXI ct to dock dockon dockon
on 19th Shall I make l1ke permanent or ortemporary ortemporary
temporary repairs I would suggest suggestputting uggtItJMlttlng
putting OR steel steelpMebes patches which w blch can be bego bedoDe bedone
done in a very Cr ssort time and the csltip csltipSO
go beck to her duty at Take Tak To make makepet
I I JltouuDent pet m nen t repairs repa repslr It will t1l require at atleast atlEU
least sixty sixt days day probably bly more mor Net Neta Nota ot ota
a single man injured laj rdd la any way wayWILDE wayWI
WILDE WILDEWashington WI LD E EWaMl
Washington WaMl gttMI July 19 19WHde 1tWe i
WHde W tWe SCare KareUniversal KsreCniYftOl
Universal rejeicjstg r over safety Ore Oregen OregOla
gen She Is U tJt tk BanrtlUttton luUoll of this thisgeneration tJalsgeDeralkul
generation If safety of Oregon per permit petJalt ¬
mit patch and SB M Taku f fDR Commend CeGdJovr
Jovr preference fur service there treo
o LO G GDR
DR COLTaiAN PROBABLY SAPE SAPEAfahliigtoi SA1Elnhlntou
Afahliigtoi c ztshizigtoii Man Ion AVho Sbo IK I II IIMrs hung hungClaiirs I ICIIIJ
CIIIJ Claiirs 14 Ib iliyslcissn > lcluu I
Mrs Hammer of this city called oa oaMinister L 1
Minister W Wa today U to t > inquire utn ta to ih ihsafety
I
safety tot of her eonele cam Dr Rotoart Ro rt Ceitaaan Ceitaaant I
t graduate of Ute Washington Hilda HigbSchool liIg II I i
School S who wla is private pri te physician to t Li UHuns LiHuag I
Huns Chang C The MMst Minister t r Informed Mrs MrsM
II
HamBler h ammer tat Ie was M jM araonally ly acquaint acquainted lat ¬ I
ed e xt with Dr CoUnMO who w o was born and andraised u41rai5ed I
raised ia Washington achhsgioL and x that be had hadhopes liadDopes La I
hopes h opes for his safety safetyThe fet fetTJte fety
The doctor was w heard M41 front fr Jut ia I Pekin Pekinoa klB klBJaM
oa e < n Jane 9 and it is learned that h 1te did net netgo BOtgo aolCaston
go to Canton to JeW Li Hung Chang Chaa Oa Oaaccount OnaecotIDt I
account a of his persona P6ItIORnl acquaintance with withthe v1UltJte L IL
the t he officials of the Chinese Government Governmenthis
his h is friends and relatives here herebelie beliew belle that thatU tlHi tlHiIf thalf
U i f the worst has befallen ta11ea the 1 e foreigners in l1Pekia I
Pekin P ekin he has probablj probeb4yheon heen spared sparedHARIIIES paredMAlU1IES
HARIIIES CASUALTY LIST LISTof LISTUI1H
N UI1H umeM of CI Those ThoH Killed mid lonntl lonntlctI Uo Uont
ctI nt TlentMiii TlentMiiiThe T cnthl cnthlT1ie
The T1ie Navy ay Department late this after aCt r rJMMM
JMMM 000 received from Rear Admiral Remer Remerthe R Rtile
the t he efflclal list of o the klltat ki and wonnded of ofthe oCthe r
tz the t ie marine regtaMBt taring the engage engagement eDPCemeat ¬
meat z at Tientsin Tfcey list shows that thatthere tllathere I
here t were ere five ve killed MIl and twentytwo twentytwowounded
wounded ad aa a nnnsvaii aunavally heavy hea Ty lose for the thesmall thx thxmelt
small s 11 number of aerlaas me1n engaged The list listis 1 ha haas
is 1 as follows
Taku July IS ISDur
Dnreau Dur u of Navigatwm Washington WashingtonOtAdal WJSIaiagtonOftkfal VtnshlugtonOiflcial
OtAdal casualty report from Marine I
Regimen RegimenKllledCapt
Killed KllledCapt Cap Austin uetlnc R Davis Dan Set
C J 1 Kellock Corporal Cor 8raJ Thomas Kelly Pri Privates Prlvate5 Privales
vales J E McConker I W Partridge PartridgeSeriously PartridgeSerious
Seriously Serious 1 wounded oundetlFlrst First Lieut Henry r
Leonard Corporal J A A McDonald Pri Prites Prip
ates tes P J j Keller C D Miller 1U1 r C J JMathews JIathews
Mathews John Stakes and J Van Horn HornWounded HoenWoundedCa
Wounded WoundedCa WoundedCapt Capt t Charles C arles G Long Capt CaptWilliam CaptVilIiam
William B Lemiy First Lieut Smedley Smedie V
D Butler First Sergt James Murphy
Sergt F T Winters intcrs Corporal Joseph JosephHc1t W WHunt tV tVHunt
Hunt Privates W S Chapman James JamesCooney JameCooney
Cooney Robert l D Dssmond > staond F G Egelser EgelserLavrin EgelserLanln EgeisexLavrin
Lavrin Larsson Larsson1 M E E Mclver cIer J C Me MeEoaejjal 1ebODt Megoaegai
Eoaejjal bODt al A B Penney Penne H A BJckers 1U RiekersREMEY kers kersuREBEL
REMEV uREBELFIREIN REMEVPIKE REMEYFIREN
PIKE FIREIN IN A A PLANING PLANfl1GA MILL MILLA iVTTivr iVTTivrA
A Blaze lmle nt llnntor InT 10 Destroys DestroysIfTOOOO DCHtro DCHtroOOO S
IfTOOOO OOO Worth of I lroSlcrt lroSlcrtBAXGOR 1rolIcrtsBANGOR roperty ropertyBANGOR
BANGOR Pa July 19 19Flre Fire yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon ye terda N
afternoon wiped out 5700110 70040 worth of prop property property property ¬
erty at this place The flames started in inthe inthe I a athe
the planing aning mill of C C and aooF F Wise Wise and andburned aDdburned an C Cburned
burned the mill together toge her with several plies pliesand piles pilesand pile S Sand
and live carloads carloadSo of lumber The firms firmsloss firnlsIOES flrns a alois
loss is taSW iHO oa on which wl1 h there is 5WO WO In Insurance Insuronce insurance ¬
surance suranceS
S B Fitzgeralds planing mill was also alsodestroyed alsodestroyed ala 0 0destroyed
destroyed entailing a lo lees s of J10WO 10MO There Therewas Therewas Thor Thorwas
was no insurance Peter M Sheelers ma machilis machlloe maehiie
chilis shops and noelty works work went next nextcausing nextcauing I Icausing
causing a loss of UIIOO 000 The Salvatoc SalvatocArmy SalatocArmy I IArmy
Army barracks owned by President Mil Miller 1iI 1iIleI 1 1her ¬
leI of the Banger and Portland Railroad Railroadwore Railroadw I Iwere
wore w te reduced to ashee The loss on these thesewas thesewas thea e ewas
was J3000 J3000Six UOOOSh 3OOO 3OOOSix
Six times the extensive plant of the theelectric theeJ th e eelectric
electric eJ etric light and power company was in inflames Inflames 1 a aflames
flames but each time the firemen saved savedthe savedthe save ii iithe
the building The slate ate quarries uarrles In the thevicinity theIcinlty tb L Lvicinity
vicinity of Bangor shut down during the thefire thefire th
fire and the employes assisted in fighting fightingthe fightingthe fightin fightinthe thg g
the flames flamesWSOLB flam flamtswEOLE
flamWHOLE
WHOLE PATTTTVTPS FA 1ITTTF 2HSSING 2HSSINGKenr
Fears That They Tlle Were Drowned Drownedli Drowneliy d
li liy > lnt Watersjsouts VnterKnoutn rlloutll In Texn TexnAUSTIN TexnAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex July 19 19Three Three hundred hundredfamilies hundredla1lUes hundre hundrefamilies id
families from various towns were camp campIng cnmpIng
Ing along the upper courses of o the Llano LlanoGuadeloupe LlanoGuadeloupc Llan 0
Guadeloupe Nueces and Colorado Rivers Riverswhen RIerswhen lItre lItrewhen cs
when the series of waterspouts occurred occurredin occurr d din
in that region Monday MondayBut MondayBut onday ondayBut
But few of those outing parties have haveteen ha o ore
teen 1 heard from since and friends are arealarmed arealarmed ax re
alarmed for their safety Searching S rching par parties parties pw pwties r
ties have thus far hunted hunted for them in vain vainThe vai aIn aInThe a aThe
The Uniform for Marines 3IariiicnANNAPOLIS MarinesANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS A APOLIS Md Id July 19 19The The ma marines marines m xi xirines ¬ I
rines who will go from fio Annapolis to China Chinawill Chinawifl Chix la lawill
will discard the khaki khikl cults except leg Icggins leggins lei g ggins
gins and hat White duck coats and trou trousers trousers ire iresers
sers will replace those of khaki They will willleave wi i ileave
leave Annapolis tomorrow tomorrowSI tomorroftIIIU tomorrowin
IIIU lhuSted for Chesapeake l1ench Beac h hIOO
SI IOO OO To FrcdCrlct IlnRcrntovrn IlnRcrntovrnVlnchenter nn crlltown crlltownVlneheKter n nWinchester
Winchester and Murtlnsburtr MsertinsbursrSunder MurtlnsburtrSuaday lurtlnburJStHly
Suaday Sunder July July 22 from B k 0 Station at 7 a m m metumhl x n
ItctwoiBff etumhl leave lea IVincbastw ami all Hagefftown at atp nat t
7 p p i m m MartiBsburg 715 15 and Frederick F erick 7 56 56p 58p 3
p p m same 11Im day Its a fpkndid opportunity tor tora lvra I Ia or r
a fine trip cheap cheap1x12tG cheep1xI216
1x1210 dressed 1 aide lde Shelving Shelvin
2 c cnts cents nts per sn sq It lto Call Calfor hit for lowered price pri pricec on onLibbey F FLibley FLibltY
Libley Co
AH A APOLOGY FBOMASTOB FBOMASTOBPablic FROM ASTOR ASTORPublic
Public P ublic Reparation for Capt Sir SirBerkeley Silnelkelt
Berkeley Berkeley 3Iilne 3IilneIroprletor JI Hoc HoclrOIrletor
Iroprletor P of the lie Pall Pal Mall Ioll Gazette GazetteCompelled GazetteCompelled
Compelled to Make Inlic Amends In InPrint luPrInt
Print fur fu Illn ii Illtreatment of the theKuBlInh theEugUlCh lie
KuBlInh Naval O OfllcerEqutrlnt OfllcerEqutrlntcd nicer Exjiutrlnt Exjiutrlnted
ed American Snubbed by b AValcx AValcxLONDON dcl4 dcl4LONDO
LONDON LONDO J July Iy 13 1JThe The paragraph psragraphprinted peragraphprintod
printed pr inted in William Waldorf Asters news newspaper new ¬
paper pa per tbe Pall Pal Mall Gazette Guette on July 2 2stating 2staling
stating st ating that Cap Capt Sir Berkeley Milnes Milnespresence MflaeJIpr
presence pr 6ence at MrWAstors 1t A8tors concert on Jene
28 8 was as as ah an uninvited u l lted guest resulted in ina fna
28a
a direct directanub snub of Mr Ir Astor by the Prince Princeof Prhtceot
of Wales at their next meeting t Today Todaythe Teda Tedatho
the iS o following apology appeared ia the thePall tkePall
Pall Mall laU Gazette GazetteWo
Wo 0 are requested reqtl ed to express a our re regret re regret reet ¬
gret gr grM et at the paragraph about Sir Berkeley BerkeleyMilne Berkeleymue
Milne M mue ime which was polished pbU hetl under a mis misapprehension 1 1aJlIMe ¬
apprehension aJlIMe a eaioDo of the exact circumstances circumstancesExplanations clte lBStawes lBStawesExplaDaUoBs
aE
Explanations E of a complete and categori categorical CMi CMical > ¬
cal cc l kind now show that Captain Mimes Milnespresence Yil es esprespnce
presence p resence was due to a XBhwodcrstanding XBhwodcrstandingthat
that th at entirely absolves bin from any in intentional ¬
tentional te ntiosal discourtesy discourtesyAccording discourtesyAeeording
According to various a ous stories printed in inthe 111the
the th e English newspapers Captain Mime Milneformerly mae maewho
who w ho Is a promi proxalneat eat naval odicer JlIJ wae waermerly 86 86fermerty
formerly fo rmerly commander of the t e Royal yacht yachtOsborae ylckl000r8e
Osborae O sberso was dining at the reaMeuce of ofthe otthe
the th e Countess CfHlat of Orford formerly Miss Y MIa Le Lelalte Le Letuile
lalte ltt iie Corbin af New ew York on the night of ofthe etthe
the th e Astor consort eo The Tb Barl rl of Orferd was wasindisposed s sIHieposed
indisposed ia diepo ed and as the Countess Cecate knew k w Mr MrAstor YrAstr
Astor A ster very well abe invited the captain cap aia to toaccompany toa
accompany a her party This it is said is not aotuausual 1OttlaHul notsuawal
uausual u where the parties are well ell ac acquainted teftat ccNalatoih ¬
ftat tt quainted quaintedWhen Nalatoih NalatoihVhea ed edWheR
When Captain Milne arrived at the Ac Actor Astor ¬
tor to r re residence Xr Astor walked ap to him himand JiMaDd himnd
and a nd asked his name Captain Kline told toldMm toleJrit id idim
Mm h im and explained that Be came on the in invitation IttYitattOR ¬
vitation v of the Coanteea of Orford There Thereupon Therepea
upon u pea it is Mid Mr Astor told the captain captainante eaptuDhe captaine
he h e had DOt Ute pieuure ol his Mlllua acquant Dt Dtall1e
ante ca re requested aim hi to leave and added addedthat addedtJtat
that t hat he would OUW insert a notice about th thaffair tM tMa
affair a Enlr < Rlr in tbe newspaper newspaperCaptain newapeperLGaptain pen penCaptala
aa Captain Milne Mile retired in I some confusionnnd eoef1lC1oaad confusion Contusionnd
nnd a nd went to the Naval and Military CotS Cnbfrom CDDfrom
fa from f ront which he sent t Mr Aster a note of ofapology ofapeIocy
apology a On July 2 2 the fallowing < notice noticeappeared lIOticee4
appeared e4 in Mr Aators Astor seors newspaper newspaperWe lleWSp
We are ae desired ire to make known 1 that tkatthe tat tattl thathe
the tl t he p presence of e CapC C Sr S Berkeley B Milan Milner
0 Ue she N Nawof ud ned Ultr iIItary r Club Cub Picadily Picadilyat PJy PJyat
at a t Mr XI Aatora or concert Cer last b Thursday T u even evening cnID ¬
ing ID l ag was uninvited uninvitedAfter unInvitedAfter tvt
After Afr this tl publication pubil the ti captains captainsfriend cptlas cptlasfr
friend fr f r4en among 8 them tle the te Duke D of o York YorkWmMU Yo
b WmMU ecame feriou hr The T matter Jte was brought broughtte bfO tt ttIe
te s o the tte attention aueult of 0 the tb Prince Pin of D Waes Waeswho Wasaho st
who wh w ho caused e It to be b made md known kw thai he heregarded h
regarded r d Mr Actors Asos conduct Cdut as nnpaidon nnpaidonaMe unpl4
aMe a ble The T Naval avl sad > ad l Military JUtr Club also alcowrote a
wrote wt w rote to Mr r Astor Alto about alt his hi action atia while whilethe whUeU
the U t he friend fr o 0 of the ti Countess Cnle of e Orford Oo were wereindignant wereladiaDt
indignant ladiaDt i over the t insult IBt to t her herIt herI
It I was wa also aM ate said 1 that tl tbe t Queen Qa interest interested lterCt lterCte ¬
ed e herself herl in the t matter HUe English EKt society societypeople sty
people appeared to be much disturbed
Je p appr b dlaturb over overthe overthe
the t he affair and al the Earl Erl of o Hardwtcke Harwlk who whois wh wh
is i s supposed to represent the smart nrt set ex expressed ¬
suP repet t s e
pressed himself laweU this
Je tJal way wayImitate wayI sy syI
I I U the ewA owners et IWIFn newipapeca wee were t tlte La Laspkate
Imitate lte t Mr r Astor A hy b ntmg 1 their U property propertyt propertyInsaht y yW
t W insult 11 the U individual with wtl whom they tley tleyve the
have h ive ve quarreled rreled and a advertise 18rt their tr trJk own ownlack wc wcack I
Jk l lack of o breeding bia and a hospitality htaUt our o Jour Jourot Jourals r ras
as c als woul would sink k tl the lvel level ot tb the c rgasi rgasif
o o ot f the t boulevards bvn We e only oly regret ret that thattbto tt ttUd
tbto Ud t hin gallant got omcer or oMcer ao 1 far fr forgot fw his h dignity dignityas 4 dignityI y yal
as al a s to scc < scceat r a secondhand dh invitation IDTht ts tsthe t3ti t the I
the ti t he house I of o a purseproud prpo American Americanwhose I Idollars
whose wJ dollars dlr could cld not n save sve him from trm the thecontempt t t
contempt ctept c of o his countrymen Cntrl If I Mr r Astor As s st ¬
tor t t otS wishes h his Ji entertainments entErtlnments exclusive exclusivehis exd exdhis
his h is desire tre eaire is likely Hktly to be b gratified raUI in the thefuture th t
future fut1re f uture beyond byd his hi expectations expectationsPOR cxptti cxpttiROC expectationsSIR
SIR ROC BOCKHTLT POR CHINA CHINAReported CA CAIIlurted CHINAtcsurtett
Reported IIlurted l That Tat lie le AVI TIJ II1 11 Be le It Appoint Appointed llllolnt llllolntc1 ¬
ed Special St clnl Diplomatic Dlplumntc A 4xrent Kent KentThe ent entThe
The appointment appntment of William Wiiam W Rack Rackbill Ro1 Reekill
bill hU b ill as Special Spil Diplomatic Dpoatc Agent of o the theUnited thenled tht I
United nled States State in China Clln appears apper to t be as assured asBured asured ¬
sured c although no official ofcl admission adDli to tothat totkat tt a ahat
that t hat effect etect Is obtainable It I ia i probable probablethat pr1be pr1betat prebabisthat
that tat the question quetion of his selection seletin will il be bedisposed bi I
disposed dispsed d of by the President Pesient and an tie te Sec Secretary Se ¬ t I
retary retry r of State before bfore Mr r McKinley leaves leavesWashington JMe leaveWashington S
Washington for Canton tonight Mr 11 Rock Rockhill Rek Rekhl Reckhill
hill hl was s sent for by Secretary Seretar Hay this thismorning tds tdsmoring 5 5morning
morning moring and the two had a conference conferenceprior cnrercDe cnrercDeprior conferenexprior
prior to the Secretarys Serets departure derture for fo the theCabinet theClblne thsi a aCabinet
Cabinet Clblne meeting meetingThe meUn meUnThe xneettnVThe
The object objec of o appointing apIBtng Mr r RockhiH RockhiHDiplomatic Rekhl RockhftDiplomatic
Diplomatic Dplomati Agent of o the Government Goerment in inChina InChina ii a aChina
China is to insure the receipt reipt by b the State StateDepartment StateDepartment Stat C CDeportment
Department Department of reliable relable and an discerning discerningnews disentng disentngnews discercin S Snews
news in regard regr to the situation sluaUen to t guide guidethe gie giethe geld e ethe
the President Prcient and the Secretary Serer of State Statein StateIn Stat e en
in i n disposition dispitio of the numerous num numerous roQ questions qustin of ofdiplomacy ofdlpmac a f fdiplomacy
diplomacy dlpmac which hlch are ae bound boun to be brought broughtup bought boughtup S SMr t tup
up upMr
Mr 11 Rockblll Rokhl has had a 1 widgj wld widexperiene widexperienein experience experiencein expreDce expreDceIn
in China Chin He was Secretary of o the United UnitedStates UattedStates UniteStates
States Legation Lgtin there and a at Seoul Sel Korea Koreaand Koe Koreaand
and 30 understands uBerstan the he Oriental Orientl character charcter per perhaps pr prhap ¬
haps hap as well wel as any afY man mD in the Uaiud UaiudStatee Uait UaIttStaten rl rlState 1
Staten State He traveled truele extensively through throughChina throughChina throngChina
China and an Tibet part prt of o the time tme dis disguised disgied di diguleed ¬
guised gied as a native merchant merhat He speaks speaksand spks spksand a aand
and writes the Maachu 11a hu
wries or official ofll language languageaad languagiy
and y is familiar famia with wih a number of dialects dialectsWtcn cblets cbletsWtrn 3 3vticn
Wtrn Wtcn Writer eUer Q Gresham was Secretary Seretar of ofState ofState if ifState
State he appointed appinted Mr 111 Rockhill RohU Chief ChiefClerk Chic ChlClerk it itClerk
Clerk of the State Department DeptmeM Before Be Core the theend theend th iO iOend
end of President Presient Clevelands Cleelaos second secGo term termMr ternMr
Mr 11 Rockbill Rockhi beanie bc me Third Assistant Sec Secretary Se SecTetar3 ¬
retary of State Stte President McKialey ZlcKiBey McKine ap appointed ap 5 5pointed ¬
pointed him Minister 11nlster t < > Greece Roumania Roumaniaand Roum ni 5 5and
and Servia Sera and an he resigned rsiged that office ofcc last lastyear lastyer lax it ityear
year yer to accept the directorship directorhip of o the 3u 3urcu iu iurenu 3zi 3ziroan
roan of American mericn Republics RepublicsINDIAN Rc RepublicsINDIAN ublc ublcIDI
INDIAN IDI TROUBLE TROUL SETTLED SETTLEDlledxklnH SETTLEDletlklnM SETTLEDItedakins
lledxklnH letlklnM Smoke a Pipe 1IIIe of Peace PeaceWith IeneeIU lcnc ic icWith e
With IU Captain Mercer MercerSOLWAY 1ercrSOLWAY
SOLWAY SOL WAY Minn inn July IS 1Cp11ln 19Captatn Captain Mer Mercer Mci Ier Iercer r rcer ¬
cer Indian ageci a aka has returned r6urned from Red RedLaRe Ro Re xii xiiLaRe j
LaRe and reports the Indian trouble ¬
LKe truble set settled setted se 5 5tied
tied tledA ted
A council was held Tuesday Tueday at which the thecaptain thecaptain LI in incaptain s
captain was assured of the th friendliness frendl s of ofthe ofthe Sf Sfthe f
the red men They also als agreed age l tht the theEchoolhcuse thechoolhouse it xc xcachoolbouse
Echoolhcuse which whch has ha been tae cause of oftbe o s sthe
the trouble should be be built buit The T pipe pip pipepeace of ofpeace otpeace
peace was then smoked and aD tie the council counciladjourned cuncl cuncladjourne counc l ladjourned
adjourned Captain Mercer
acknowledges
adjourne kDowlcge s sthat j
that there was great danger for a few fewdays fe fedy v vdays
days dy but believes it has passed psed passed131as j
9125 l to Baltimore Dnilmorc mid Return via viaII vi a aH
II A O Saturday Sotnrrny and Sunday SundayJuly Sundn3July SundayJuly
July 21 and andMonday a f2 good fee rt tOtem m tl uatih foUewic foUewi ag
Monday MCPS c Tickets Tdru g good go on all au U trains train extapt pt Royal Itol Ro at
Limited Unttd Unttdt Liniltetkt eur
kt 330 t Special SscclDl Saturday Trip Stt50 Stt50To IL ILTo m mTo
To Old Od Point Pont Norfolk ofok Virginia T n Beach aDd as
Oc Ocan Oean < an View Ylew via T Norfolk otik k and Washington WuJfn steamer h 5
Saturday Sturd 630 C n p p in I Bound ROd trip tp tickets ticet te Fart Iort Fe ct
Monroe Monr aad Norfolk od8k odsik geo good f I to return 1tum Sunday SII aigHt Jill nigi 11
f3SO 358 Foe Po stateoem tate tte0m Mm phon pn phee 759 Schedule lule pace pJ 7 7Comer 7LnJler 7Lumber
LnJler Lumber line rlro elropped lllerl nt tle the Frenn FrennCrer Frienill iy iyCoiner
Comer Jf Crer Y a ae and e sound Su best bestboardx t boards br U50 L at A 6th 6t and 5 ad d dae
THE TE CABINET CABINE MEETING MEETINGA METiG
A 4 Prolonged Prolou d SettMlon SelNlo to Discuss DIeu Af Affairx ArrKlr Affairs
rKlr fairs In China ChinaThe ChlnnThe ChinaThe
The Cabinet meeting metng which convened cnvene at
11 1 11at oclock ocock this thl morning ming bad bd net adjourned adjournedat
at 230 23 ccleek cel this tlts aftersoon aCerl The mom aOE3bers mombers momes
be beea bers es were in the tie Presidents PreWlts eS ee ediee e In earn earnest er earnt ¬
e ea eath est t conflultation cOHulttioD until 19 13 1M oclock oclk when whenthey wen wentey wheney
they tey th ey had had lunch l nh with wth Mr McKinley cKle in f I or order erder
der de r to conUnne cuae the discussion dia of e the Chi Chinese Cl Clns Chtse ¬
nese ns no se situation sltutw Secretaries sretr Hay Hy Gage GageRoot aageno Gageoot
Root no R oot Long and a Postmaster PMer General Ol Smith Smithwere Slt Sltwere Smithere
were w ere present nt Yr Long however w6er was wascalled waselk as aslled
called elk ca caal lled away shortly sly after aftr neon neonThe I aeanThe
The T President Preat had d looked leeo today for lr deS definite de deSto ¬
nite al to news ne1S announcing aling the tb situation 5Utt at atPekin atPekln atkin
Pekin Pe kin Whether WJtHr or net SHCB such h word w wbeeR has hasbeen
ne <
been be en received reetwM has lu not B been 1R made me public publicThe IWI
The Te Th e Administration AtmIDit It I is 1 understood Mer gave gaveColonel gye gyeCea
Colonel Cea C olonel Ltoenm L specific apl imtraclieas l nUea to toget toget
get get ge t a courier cMre Into Pekln at any ay coat e It I is isbelieved I Islieved
Bleve believed be lieved that tlat before hto his hi death de1 the U cotoaei cotoaeihad ee
had a ha d despatched detahe several syeral runners nl U t the U he heleaguered 1
leaguered 1 le aguered e legations leU and aD hy 1y promises i of ofbir ofb ofg
bir b bi g rewards rewts had h done re all be h could el to t get getan gt gtan
an answer wer through thrh them themThe themTi
The Ti Administration Admlati though t hopeful f1 of ofaa e C
aa answer from fr Minister lle Cenger Ce to the tbefang t1e t1ege
me usage ge st sent by y Wa Tt Tiagfang fang has little littleconfidence ltle ltleeaBee
confidence eaBee co addence in I that means of communication cosanranicationand w lti
and aJI an d is rdriag ra moat It of e all upon 1 the t efforts effortsput
put pt pe lt forth fet by b b Colonel C LfeCMm LfeCMmThe L
The President Preel accompanied ap1 by Secretary SecretaryCortelyotJ S r
CortelyotJ ColIY C will wl leave lv tonight I for f Canton CnntonUnless Ot
Unless Usle U nless things ta < change Cha for f the te worse 1 In Chi Chiaa
1 aa he 1 is i not B likely lkey to 1 be b here again al during duringthe ra
tt th the e hot I weather weatherRepresentative weatherRepresentative et r rRepetaUve
Representative RepetaUve J Joseph Cannon e the U head headof headthe e
of the tie Appropriation AJad Committee Cte called calledupon cl clp
upon s p pan him J late U moratez IrBg Afterward A erar Mr MrCaanon MrCn
Caanon Cn C annes said gi that he 1 saw RW n as reason r far farcalling ta
cla calling co a an extra eU a session of Congress Cg Mr MrCannon 311
Cannon c8a C annon is I oa o his J1 way to Philadelphia I1111 to toattend teaUel I Itend
attend aUel at tend the t1 trial trl teats te of 0 the Ue aew Russian Russiancruiser R
cruiser Ur cr uiser which the th Cramps Crmp are completing Cpbg
2 1 rB R BBJSTOWS BRTOWS REPORT BEPORTItenuItM REORT
ItenuItM i It risults ul of the InventiRutlon Incthaton of the tbeCuban he
Chan Cuban Frauds Ilrnud IreH Irentet IrentetTN ntet ntetC
TN Tb ret report of t the IYel lavontipaslon at te teC the
C C uhan bna pl panic frauds fl and scandals I made hy hyVnvrth 1
Vnvrth P oertk Assistant Postmaster General BrU BrUtow Brt
tow to w has been completed It to now in th thhands t ehaDds
hands h aadz of the Postmaster General so it was wasstated wasJi1t
stated Ji1t at ated thin morning montesAecordtas
According to th tile talk at the eeIIt Pastsnlrf Pastsnlrfmeeting
D epartment eIIt 1uslmostec GeItenI stth stthto
to to ok the report p wtt with w ta die letmeetiac C Cabineteeting
>
m meeting eeting this morning and laid It before heforothe 1 eforct
the th e President PresidentThe PresldelttTJte
The Postmaster GenemI ssdd ld yesterday yesterdaythat 4StenJav 4StenJavthat
that t hat he had not decided whether he would wouldfitrniah woeld i
fitrniah t copies of th tile report f fto to die PftU PftUor eas easr
or o r whether ae won would simply turn It over oyerto overthe
to the committee It Krpoioted roIDtH bjt the Senat Senatto 8eucto Senate
to t o investigate Cuban franda and scs scsIt eaIIIIa eaIIIIaIt
Itw It is not improbable that this latter latterwill CCMIIIie CCMIIIiewill
will w ill be pursued by the tIt Postmaster Poatt PoattTIle General GeneralThe
The Th e 1mp impression OI1 prevails that the depart department 411epartaent ¬
ment m eet would like ilk to hold np the publication publicationof
of o f the report until alter the November Novemberelections NoYembereJecica
elections e Should the report be turned over overto fterto
to t o the Senate special committee it is isdoubtful IsdbUul Isoubtful
doubtful d if the results sad recommenda recommendation r JIda JIdat ¬
tion t d ons made by Mr Briatotr weald be given givento steate
ib to i s Ute public until the > special committee committeewas ecIIBIDltt ecIIBIDlttU committees
was b U s ready relld to submit its report to the Sea Senate Seaate Seate ¬
ate a te The publication publ of the report at this thistime tit titttme thisime
time t however rests with the Postmaster Postmastereneral
General General2IAYOE CeDenlMAYOR G eneral
MAYOR MGUZRB 1TIGU IN GEABGE GEABGEAevv CJARGEe
Aevv N e ew Yorlr Democratic Committee CommitteeOettlns CemmittecGeHln
Oettlns GeHln = Heady R ad for r Work AVorkNEW lorkE
NEW E YORK July W lSMaFOr Mayor XcGMre XcGMreof 1kGwie 1kGwieof
of o f Syracuse S Chairman CIaIr of the Executive ExecutiveCommittee ix llUye llUyeeoiuee <
Committee C ommittee of the Democratic State Com Comittee CommlttH
mlttH ittee today took t personal chaise of Ute tbeState UteState
State S tate headquarters at Broadway and Twen Twentysixth TW Twe Tweysixth a atysinh ¬
tysixth t Street One of the Ant tasks tasksis tasksIs
is I s t tc < bring aboat aboatwhich a meeting oC the body bodywalda
which w hich he calls the th Harmony Committee CommitteeChairman CueeataInaaa CommitteeChairman
Chairman Campbell of the State Com Committee CoIIImttee ¬
mitten mttee is to join Chairman McGwire to tomorrow t taorrow ¬
morrow at headquarters tktuarttS The chairman chairmanwill e cbslrmarwill D Dwin I
will unite Ite in I aa appeal to the Democrats Democratsof DeIDOCa DeIDOCaDf Democratsf
of o f the State for 0 funds t to carry earryea on a cam campaign aI aIpaign ¬
paign paignThe paignTIte p alga
The report r t that Richard Croker acting aetla
for f ft or Tammany agreed at Kansas Ka City with withthe withthe wit withe
the t he Erie county co oty leaders to support State StateSenator StateSeutor
Senator V W V F Mackay of Buffalo n < alo for forGovernor forGoocD fox r rGovernor
Governor r is now accepted as trv true If the theBuffalo tlieBufr3Jo thi i
Buffalo man really wants the soolnatton soolnattonthe MUtiuUOllthe
the indications are that he Bedl wttl get it itpractically ItPnicUcaUy Ii Iiractically
practically p without opposition Buffalo Buffaloalso DtdaJeal S Slso
also al a lso wants the State Convention and it itwill itwill it I
will probably go there thereGAINS thereGAINS thereGAINS
GAINS IN THE WEST WESTDemocratic WESTDemnerDtle WESTDemocratic
Democratic Managers Iannser Report That ThatConditions TbatCondltlonoi Tha S SConditions
Conditions Are Ar Favorable FavorableSecretary FnonlJleSeeretary FavorableSecretary
Secretary Kerr of the Dtisaenute COD Ceagressional CODgresslooal Congressional
gressional Committee has returned froa froaNew froCllew I
New ew York York and is agate on hand at Dem Democratic Democratic ¬
DensC
ocratic headquarters In Ms opinion tn tncampaign tiM tiMrampaiga lbs lbscampeigu C
campaign is to be fought fCMI < 8t ont in the Middle MiddleWest 1IWdteWest S Sleet
WestIt WestIt West
It was said at the headquarters Iiea this thismorning UtlsIDOIBIRg thi I Imorning
morning that advices received from tae taeState theState Lbs
State managers in Ute West were moat en encouraging eacourtlgi oncojiraging ¬
couraging courtlgi g and that indications IB teadeu painted to tosubstantial tosul ii a aaubezantial
sul substantial taDtiat > gains in the Cengresetenel die districts 411strlds dietriets ¬
tricts trldsRECDROCITY
RECIPROCITY WITH ITALY ITALYThe ITALYTbe ITALYFur
The President Issues n Proclamation ProclamationPutting ProclnmntlouIuttlns ProelamntloiIuttiner
Putting the Treaty In Force ForceThe ForceThe ForceThe
The President Pre ident today through the State StateDepartment StateDepartment Stat C CDepartment
Department ieeued i a proclamation a deear deearing deearin decarlag
lag in in force a reel reciprocity ocity treaty treatt with Italy Italywhich Italywhich Its 3 3whIch
which was s sfgneJ yesterday yesterdayOn
On the part of o the United States St tes the theexisting theedstlag th e eii
existing duties on products of the soil soiland soi soiand ii 1 1Dd
and Dd industry of Italy are suspended a er erare orare o r rare
are greatly reduced The products JK ets speci specifically ee apexlfically l lfIcaIly ¬
fically named are argots or crude tartar tartaror tartarlT tartaxor
or wine lees crude brandies still wines winesaad wilteSand wine wineand
and vtriL varixtt r t tlJ i in casks bottles er jt jugs j8gpalntlng jugspaintings > gi gipaintings
paintings in oil or o water colors p pastels pastelsItaly pastoixpea stets stetspen
pen and Ink drawings and statuary tatuaryItaly
Italy on her part treats products of the thesoil thesoil lb C Csoil
soil and industry of the United Slates simi similarly simlarly simrnIariy ¬
larly The American products pr04 ets specifically specificallynamed Bj speclcsiI speclcsiInamed eclleallynameJ
named are cottonseed cottonse d oil pickled fish ag agricultural a arlcultur1 ap aprlessltural ¬
ricultural machine = scientific instru instruments iDStrumeats inctrxxmeats ¬
meats dynamo electrical machines var varnishes vax vaxnishes
nishes and sewing machines The Th articles articlesthat art artiec artiecthat es esthat
that Italy admits free of o duty are turps turpEn turpEntine n ntine I Itine
tine oil natural fertilizers skins skl crude 5 5fresh
fresh or dried not ot suitable for fur a d dfur dCur dfur
cr1Idej
fur zkins zkinsThe akinsThe klns klnsTat
The treaty treat was signed by John A Kss Ksssan Kasson Kaxson
son Special CoBiatesiciier COICrRiMI er far the United Ui Uaitc < ad adStatet sri sriStates
States and nd Baron Fava Fa the Italian Am Ambassador I Ibessador
bassador bassadorSeveral bassadorJroluotlon bessadorPromotions
Promotions und rrnnrcrH rrnnrcrHSeYeral TranisfereSevern
Several hundred promotions and quite a aimber aIMImber aaombcr
IMImber imber of appointments by transfer tnR from fromother tromother frox a aother
other departments were ap arnuaeed > n iHced at the theTreasury t ti 50 50Tresury e eTre
Treasury Tre sur Department this afternoon The Thepromotions Tbepromotions TI xc xcpromotions
promotions were made in accordance with withthe withth wit k kthee
the th legislative appropriation act which whichwent whieitwent whic k kwent
went Into effect July 1 The appointments appointmentsand app iotmetsand La Laand
and promotions were made ascording to tothe totbe I 10 10the
the Civil Service rules rulesCatch rulesCntch rulesCatch
Catch the lie C p I > In liny Shore Limited Limited1O Ilmltel1iie LIns1j II IIihtzie
ihtzie l1iie tbncil4 batlti bathing ClMMpeake Beach BeachTo ad
1O To Chnatanqna antI Return jjio jjioVia 531 10 10lln 10 10Viii
Via Peiinuylvnnla Railroad RailroadTickets RDllroodTlftets RaiiroadTickets
Tickets oa ale for 746 a m train from Waifc Waifcicctcn W3eIthutcft Wat h hiiitCit
icctcn July J l 37 gocd ty tpxelura return unt when tfsperity INWPftiTalld4t paspar tfsperityvaHdaitd ly lyesiiJ
vaHdaitd alld4t within twrtj t tIs4rt d4ff III Last Jew rate ex exIJent exCV101i a x xcursion
CV101i te the fIOP iioar ftMrt camttHOSt
DeNt and nn110rget nit Surged ln lnper < t nixed Shingles SlIlnle 13511 GOO GOOprr 10 10per
per 1600 ma maLibtey made of cypress No u 1 quality by 1 F FLibky
Libtey Co 0
BLUE B IIII GRASS RA8 RA8entucky DEMOGRA S SKentucky
Kentucky K entucky State Convention to Meet MeetThis MeetThis 3leetThis
This Afternoon AfternoonOpposition AfternoonOppositIon Afternoonposition
Opposition Op position to Governor Beckham BeckhamClalntK IieckhzzmCixilme ecLhnm ecLhnmClnlmM
ClalntK to Be Gaining Gnlnlu Strength StrengthStutter Strentbatler StrengthMatter
Stutter atler of Control AVI1I VilI Be Settled Settledby SettledhT Settledby
by hT the tll FlKht lght for the Tempo Temporary Tempornry Temporacy ¬
racy Ohutrmnn ChulrUianhlpTh hln The Platform PlatformLEXINGTON PlatformI PlatformLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON I SXI QTO Ky July 19 HThe The Demo Itaaeeratl DemeeratM Demotin
eratM cre eratl tin State Stat Convention Convents
called for w the per purpane perom 1 1PeR
pane p om et nominating a eandldnti for Coy Governor GMlJIOI Coycur ¬
ernor oc cur witt 11 convene at tbe Addteerkua A htm at atWoodland atee41aH atoodland
Woodland W ee41aH Park at 2 adeck cleck this afternoon afternoonThe aItenMMHITlae afternoonThe
The Convention will he called to order hy hyAllie biyflit > 1 1Allie
Allie A flit W Young of Rem county Chair Chairman CItIdrma Chairns ¬
ma to man ns of the State Stat Executive CommIttee Comaitteeerner C CommItteeThe mmiUee mmiUeeTile
Tile uppesitlea It te tJae tb candidacy e GItV GItVerr Ccvner
err er ner Beckham Beekha claims clal t 18 he gaining gainingstrength gainingrength
strength 2 st eagt The rb teat will come on the elec election oIecttOit olecn ¬
tion Lio n of a temporary tempera chairman The eppe opposition eppeattioa eppeties ¬
sition ci ties has ranted around Frank Peakc of ofShelby ofelby f fShelby
Shelby Sh elby county whom w ear it wilt pit 4t against againstcandidate agaiDStJlIIIIKe againstdge
JlIIIIKe Ju dge J E B R bbtus e Graves eIMIIIY the tbeClllltlWat4il thendidate
candidate ca ndidate of Governor Beckham Beek It is isadmitted Isa4lMttt811 Ismitted
admitted ad mitted hy the leaders at the t e lltHNltUentbet oppositionat opposition oppositiontbat
tbat tbet th at If Judge Rabbins is 1 elected it will willhe willa 1 1he
he a dear indication JdIcat of Governor Beck Beckhams Beekitrol Beckms
hams ha ms complete control < of the Convention Conventionand ONveedHaacI Conventiond
and an d that no person other than Beckham Deekbamcay Iieckbagay Beckhamnay
nay ay he successfully presented for aoratea aorateation DtNMaattoll nocolnas
tion tin s On the other hand if Mr Peake Peakete Peakeit Peakeelected
te elected K would be regarded as a a sign signof stgnel aignthe
of the disintegration ategraUoa of f f the Beckham Beckhamreea B Beekbemrces k1tam k1tamforca
forca forcaGenaor fo reea reeaGovernor rcesGenercor
Governor Beckham s managers say y there thereis tWeao thereno
is no doubt that Judge Retains wttt be beelected beIectetI beided
sat elected s ided They figure en chant 47S 4 i istrncted in instnIfted insucted
strncted at sucted Beck votes about eighty ant nvth antLonIsvUIe t tcl
cl ofat IAaIn and ellMlClI h of the unit 1IIIIBatnIded unitrusted WB WBntmeted
ntmeted at rusted vote to make JB e up for the less of ofiBstmcted orIBStrwtetl ofstructed
iBstmcted In structed rates which the ppes4qs ppes4qsais rr tiI tiIGMener
etaint d ais Governor Beckham BeckIaa will never m in te teelection tteeI theectios
election d ectios of i iround a temay daaaaa In InJOIIDd Inund
round ro und numbers they claim from f fTat W n in 7W 7Wvotes eO eOotes
votes Tat v otes tor Jndge Robbfns while Xeasra C CX CI CMeathom
X I Menchnm and Charles Metenlte fe wnoclaim WltoW one oneere
W w ere dobIg tile ApriJIg tar the uppositino uppositinoaim IIf rltlea rltleaeIaIa
claim cl aim that Xr Peake WIll get f fully CM CMvotes 110fty P Potes
votes v otes They y say they theyExGev eat < Igme mere merean e etMa
tMa th an SIt votes fox Governor GoYenorEx Boekbe BoekbeExGor
ExGev Ex James B XcCrenry J Jlack Jam D DBlad Dlack
Blad B lack and Judge Joseph Jt K H Levin as De all nilout allt allut
out o ut t after the nomination 1 and with thetr awrtrieAda ihefriends
friends fr iends easwtitme the L Sfmeattien PI uttiea 4o Uevernor Goy GoytrDOI tier tiernor
ernor er nor Beckham BeckhamThe Beckha BeckhaThe
trDOITIle
The platform will endorse Bryan cyac and aadStgrenson aItlUti andtevenson
Stgrenson S tevenson and will emphasis some a of f the thein liteIead theading
Iead le ading in the National XattaaaIiWttlenl Democratic Democraticatform Dems era tic tict
iWttlenl pl atform Mat die main plank making t et theramount
pa ramount t issue on which l the Democrats Democratshe oemauwill Deratsilt
will w ilt conduct their apt Ita the State State alit Wtitbe alite
he b e a dennncistion of amaat imnminitiun Ftiell n the Uteof themeans theesas
means m esas of settling political paIWcaIDt1ti enntmwezaea enntmwezaeaAntiassassinntion esstmoernimAattasaniaatisa
Antiassassinntion a sod the dieUaa preaerva preaervawai proservaion
Uaa L ion 0 o law w and order wai he the hUe hattleery hUeCI bnlXlory
ery CI c ry
CTTLTOK ON THE S SqARD SqARDDaaln SPA2Dlxinsain EAITD EAITDUnota
Unota Daaln l ln Testimony Testlollln Given at the tbeTrial t tIrlal thePrial
Trial of Caleb Powers PovrerxGnXMtGETOWX PouerxGIIOAGErOWX PowersGNoGEgowx
GnXMtGETOWX Ky J July ly H Kct KctNItraM ILCenetonvened Osnct Osnctteavtnnd
teavtnnd c hi I the ease ml Cal Caleb PewwrsT Paanrsgtbe Paanrsgtbelleged tie tietkte dteGeeIteI
a lleged GeeIteI CMSJIInI r cc t ewl8 edeekhis ttII
tkte t his morning with W H Gallon the aterwitness star staritnesa
w witness itnesa on the stand The piusuuitiaa piusuuitiaacontinued prusmudsetontinued lCll IKl IKlCOJlt
continued COJlt c uud the examinntinn eRIap eel T C CCampbell CCampllell Campbell
Campbell C asking the eu questiena The wit witAt wtttea witeas
tea t eas said saidAt saidAt
At the Frnnkfart conference ever M the theadvisability tItcadYiaatJillty thedvisality
advisability a of bringing the mountain 8I8DIItaIaPowers mountainPowers men menowers
Powers P owers said that K anything ytJa should hap happen ltappea happea ¬
pea from fi the t t bringing of the men me nN a of offor o oas ofn
as a n ww be indicted for concmracy coeplrncy sri aatlthat srithat andhat
that t it was a very cry serious matter matterI matt r rI
I met the train at Richmond RicJt at the 1te di direction dlectios 1 1reetioa ¬
rection r o or Mr r Flnley On the evening be before eton beore ¬
fore f ore the mountaineers came down Finiey Finieysaid PiMeYsaid Finleyaid
said s aid he wanted to sead a message to Win Winchester Willeheator Witheater ¬
chester c Pinky said id the message ge was to toPowers toPowers toPowers
Powers and the meeage eesge was to insist that thatthey tJlatthey thathey
they t hey only petition the Legislature I did didnot tlidBOt dietot
not c ot stay at Winchester WIK cster but went te Rich Richmond IUehcDd Richmend ¬
mend cDd FSnley F1ale said that Powers was hot hotheaded hetheaded hateaded ¬
headed h and might Ig t not understand tie e purpose JIHlrpoee fur furpose ¬
pose for which the t e men eR were brought I Idelivered IdeUeed Ideftvered
delivered the message ge te Powers tint oa oathe entile onthe
the train and then to those in charge at atthe otthe ofthe
the separate se rate counties countiesAfter e 8UesAtr countiesAfter
After the assassination asna a of Gaebet Pow Powers rewers Pewera ¬
ers wanted me to write rite letters t w the thecounty eceaDty thecounty
county lenders telling them set to raear raeartie men mnttiDa meness
tiDa t tie ess that they had a been connected with the theceasing Uteccatng theensing
ceasing t of the moeatain men He wanted wantedgerous waBtcdme wastedme
me 0 ay ta tMla that It was II a very dna tIaIIg dnagerous
gerous g rOti thing ta be connected caIIHCt with the thehooting tkrlteodag therheoting
hooting of Geebet I refused to write the theletters tileletters theetters
letters l Youtsey skewed me a fees of ofcartrldgcB atcartricleeL ofcartridges
cartricleeLDoes cartridges cartrldgcBDoes cartridgesDoea
Does this leek like the heal 1tGx ratt rattCampbell radYea a1l a1lcJI
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Yea YN sir that t leeks like the box bexwas 1Iexwas boxwan
was the answer answerHe awereHe answerHe
He showed me a box of o cartridges ntd ntdthey as cl cltekI ettold
told IRe they had been ea procured for the thepurpose thoPDlIOee thepurpoos
purpose of kilting Jdllhl Gasket GeebeiI
I i had a second conversation with Pow Powers 1ewen ¬
ers in Jail and he insisted that I aaoubl aaoublnot MetdDOt nhatJdnot
not stand for bam hut let my y ease be betried betried betried
tried like Ilk the others I said that tlte I was waswas wast wasout
out t ol ey aIIII that the best Uttng to 4110 4110was dowas
was te go upon the stud and tell what w I Iknew Ike Iknew
knew ke He H said he would help me with withl with1W
l 1W t and would see that the others as assisted ast asSIStOd ¬
sisted t but I refused refusedThis re reThis refusedThis
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