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IEE9 > NUMBER NU J ER 1 r613 6r3 WAS WAS1EEINGTOI DrWTON FRIDAY IEPTIEMBEK SEPTEMBER EJ > TEMBER289Q ss i9Qo 1900 PRICEONEe PRICE ONE CENT Nr
> G1PTURED BY FILIPINO FJ PfflUS PfflUSFiftytlzree S SIt
It
Fiftythree Americans Killed or orTaken 01Takrn orTakeii
Taken TakeiiCnptk Prisoners Prisonerstaehmcnt PrisoncrsCl1llttI
Cl1llttI l Devcrenux everenuc Shleltls nntl a Dc Dc1nell1ucnt Dctueliucnt
taehmcnt of the Twentyninth nen nlntbYul Vpl Vplunteer Volizutcer
unteer 1 tecr Infantry Fall Fnl Into the tlicHands thei tJiti1i
Hands i1i i ls of thc Enemy Encm EziernyTJiC > Tlic Casual GasnnltiesUnknovn Gn CasualljiikiiownMengre nnl nnlUnlonwn1Iengrc
tiesUnknovn Unlonwn1Iengrc Meagre Details Dctnils In Inhn hlnn Inan
hn an OfScinl Despatch Kroiii From General CeuerulMsicArtlrar GcncrnlJIucArthur GeneralzicArtILur
MsicArtlrar A V Relief Force For e Sent Sentto Sentto Sentto
to Rescue the Survivors Snrhoasomcihl SnrhoasomcihlOf Oineials Oineialsof
of Of o the Wzu Vnr Department Consider Considernlily Coniderably
ably 011 Worried Over the Xe lenl lenldjutant VewsAdjutant > vs vsx
x Adjutant < General Corbin today reqeiv reqeived rec rcceheda l leda
ed eda a < cable despatch despat from General G n ral Mac MacArthur MacAr lIacArthur
Arthur Arthur Ar t hur at Manila anUIl relating rel1Ungthat that Captain CaptainShields Captainbr CaptainShiclds
Shields br ldsan and flftyono 1 tyono men me of Company ompany F FTwentyninth FTyontynlnth FTwentyninth
Twentyninth Volunteer Volunt er Infantry and andono andoueHospital andHospital
ono oueHospital Hospital Corps man rimn were captured capturedby capturelb capturedby
by b Filipinos while on an expedition be between betwe bet ¬
t tween twe < n Torrijos and Santa Cruz Cru The re report report report ¬
port says says that many of the members of ofthe ofth ofI
the th party were killed or wounded woundedr wound woundrdThe d dThe
I
< r The news newsapparently lipparently has disturbed disturbedGeneral distUrbedG disuirhedGnera1
General G ntral MacArthur and he has ordsred ordsreda ord Ted Tedt
a strong > t on force to proceed to the scene scenevatiOnce sceneat zceneatonce
vatiOnce vatiOnceThe at < oIce oIceThe
ii The < news of the capture is regarded reg regrdedhy regrdedhythe rdedhy rdedhyc by bytlie
c the War Department De > artment officials as ex exjtremely CJel1lely ciI
jtremely el1lely serious seriousThe seriousThedespatch seriouzj
I
j The Thedespatch despatch follows
Manila Sept 23 23Adjutant 28Adjalmt 23I
I Adjutant General CeneralI Washinston WashinstonSept Yashin ton tonSept
I Sept 11 Capt Devereaux Shields 51 51men 51mc
men 1 mc cn Company F Twenty TwentynInth ninth Regi Regiment Regiment Regimeat ¬
ment U S Volunteer Infantry one oneHospital oneHofi oneRospital
< Hospital Hofi ital Corps man left Santa Cruz Cruzlarinduque Cruz1arinduque CruzMarinduque
1arinduque larinduque by gunboat Vilialobes for forTorrijos forTorr forTorrijos
Torrijos Torr os intending return overland overlandSanta oerlandSanta overlandT
T Santa Santa Cruz Have heard nothing since sincefrom sincefrom sincefrom
from Shields Scarcely doubt entire entireparty entirecaptured entireparty
party captured with many killed killedwounded killedwiunded killedv
wounded v unded Shields among latter latterInformation latterIntormation latterInformation
Information sent byv b by letter from fromCommanding fromOfficer fromCommanding
< Commanding Officer Boae Boa dated Sep Septsinber Septamber September
tsinber 20 received September 24 24eo 24eor 24eoYorktown con consisted consisted ¬
sisted of rumors through natives nativesYorktown n ives ivesY
Yorktown Y rl own and andtwo two o gunboats gunbo s George G orge S SAnderson SnderSo SAntierson
Anderson nderSo colonel Thirtyeighth Thir yeighth Vol Vclunteer VolunteerInfantry VolunteerJnfantr
unteer unteerInfantry unteerJnfantr Infantry two companies Thirty Thirtyv Thirtreighth Thirtyeighth
v eighth Volunteer Infantry sent Marin Marinduque lIarlnduque Mariaduque
duque immediately Anderson con confirms confirms confirms ¬
r firms first report as to capture but un unable unable Unable
able September 27 7 to give g ve details pres present pmsent present ¬
ent whereabouts Shields and party partynames partynames partynames
names killed wounded This informa information informatlon infcrmation ¬
= tion probably available soon soonAnderson seono seenAnderson
o Anderson has orders commence commenceoperations commenceoperations commencec
c operations tIons immediately and move re reJentlessly relGntlessly reLI
Jentlessly until Shields and party res rescued resC ¬
LI
L cued C cod All troops expected soon Logan Loganwil Loganwin LoganwiiL
win be sent Marinduque if necessary necessaryclear necessaryc1
T clear c1 l up situation MacARTHUR1 MacARTHUR1The MacARTHURL IacARTiURThe
L TThe The capture o of the command is regarded regardedalmost r regardedalmost garded gardedalmost
almost in the light of ota a disaster disaster at the theWar the1yar theWar
War 1yar Department The encounter took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place ir a hitherto peaceful peaceful region and andshows ap1I ap1IshoWs andshows
shows it is said that the th insurgents are areactive artactive ireactive
active all over the archipelago archipelagoilarlnduciue archipelagolarin archipelagoMariaduque
ilarlnduciue larin uque is a large island south ot otLujon atJ otLuzon
J Luzon u7onand and west of Tayaaas Santa Cruz CruzTs CnzfsthemQst CruzF
F Ts fsthemQst Tsthe the most important town in the island islandand islandand islamand
and is at the extreme northern point It Itis itISsuppOsed itiA
iA is ISsuppOsed supposed that Captain Shields relied reliedupon reliedupon reliedS reliedupon
upon upon the strength of his command to make makea
S
a successful expedition expeditionS expeditionSacross across acro S the island islandand islandlt slamlnnd
lt and was met by a strong forte of Filipi Filipinos FilIpinos Filipit ¬
t
nos and captured after desperate d sperate resistance resistanceThe resistanceThe sislanc sislancThe
The fact that all alIof of the forces returning returningfrom vturnIngfrom 1turningfrpm
from frpm China will be added to the locality localityby 10caHtib locaiit locaiitj
j by b General MacArthur shows that the thesituation thesituatIon thesituation
situation is extremely critical criticalv criticalIn criticalin
v In addition to the 3500 men from Gen General GeneralChaffee Cani
i oral eralChaffee Chaffee Colonel Anderson and two twocompanies twocompanies twoi
i companies of the Thirtyeighth Thirtyeigh h Infantry Infantryhave Infantryh Infantryhave
have h ve been ordered < rderedto to Marindiique nrindl < lle to pur pursue pur pursue pursue ¬
sue sue the insurgents relentlessly until Cap Captain CptafnShiellls Captam ¬
tain tafnShiellls tam Shields and his men men shall have been beenrescued heenL beenrescued
L Tescued rescued if alive This force is to be aided aidedby ddedby
1 by the gunboat Yorktown and the trans transport transportLogan transportLogan
port portLogan Logan which has just justarrived arrived at Ma Manila fa faniIa ¬
4
ails from San Francisco FranciscoWith FranciscoWith FranciscoVjth
With With Vjth the th commanders in northern nort ndrtiern iern Lu Luzon L Lon ¬
1 zen on demanding reehforcementsand rEcnforcemcntsnnd ad admitting admitting adinitting ¬
mitting their inability i abllity to cope with the thesnemy thenemy theanemy
snemy and severe reverses revcrs s in the south southwhich southhic
I which hic demand the presence of all al the theavailable theavailable theavai1able
available forces the War Department Departmentofficials Departmeatof1tcialsare DepartmentII
officials of1tcialsare ofiicialsare are in a aquandar quandary as to how to todeal toe todeal
II deal e l with yitli the situation situationThe situationThe situationThe
= The department is anxiously awaiting awaitinga
a detailed report of the casualties casualties at atSanta atfaCruz atanCa
Santa anCa faCruz Cruz and andwlIl will issue it as soon soon as asCapt asfrr
frr 10 c eived eivedCap1Devoreaux e ek
k Capt Cap1Devoreaux Devereaux Shields Shlel s centered ntcred theA the theArmy thoArmy
Army A im at the outbreak of the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerlcan SpanishAmerican
American war as Lieutenant Colonel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Second Mississippi Volunteer Infan Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
try At tie close closcof of the war he accepted accepteda acceptedI1eiumis acceptedacoimislion
a I1eiumis acoimislion oumisiiott ion as asCapta Captain n of the Twenty Twentyninth Twentynint1 TwentyI
I ninth Volunteer Infantry and proceeded proceededwith proceededw
i > w with th Ills nlsregh regiment ent to the Philippines Philippineswhere PhiliP Philippineswhere pines pineswnere
where wnere he has since 1DCe been stationed stationedCOLONIAL stationeclCOLONIAL staUonedCOIONIAL
COLONIAL REBELS ANXIOUS ANXIOUSeriiis ANXIOUS ANXIOUSQ ANXIOUSQueries
I Ilr
> Q Queries rie UeJnrtH l thcrerms ike rerni eriiis of thc tlicTreaxon theLrenon
Treaxon lr u n Bill 11111CAE y yCAPE I
CAPE CA TOWN Sept 28 28230 230 p pm pmS m mSeveral mSevel
S Several veral members memberso of theCapc the Cape Parliament Parliamenthave Parliamenthav Parliamenthae
< have hav Teceived communications communications from Coin Coinriial CoIDniaLrebels ColeR
R I riial niaLrebels rebels who are re now at Delagoa Bay Bayasking Bayasking Bayasking
asking for particulars as to the tbeprbvisi provisions provisionsof n nof
of the Treason bill now under considera consideration considernHon consideratton ¬
Hon and enquiring whether their lives liveswould Iiyesld livesuhd
would uhd ld be be5ae safe if i they should shotxld return to Cape GapeColony CapeColn CapeColony
Colony Coln and an lsurrender lsurrenderTh surrender surrenderThere surrenderThcre
There Th re is great hiterest here In the thecol thecolJug coin coinilng
4 ilng Jug ng elections in the United Kingdom Tile TuerOns Tiler The1Ons
r rOns 1Ons pns land and the News1 N Naws vs the theAfti theAftik Afri Afrikander Affik2udr ¬
> kander k nderpapers papers print articles aril lesregularly lesregularlySUqgest les regularly regularlysuggesting regularlysuggesting
suggesting SUqgest ng that tbataLib a Liberal l victory would wouldmean wouldmean wouldmean
mean achangein achange S change in the present pI sent policy of an annexation anne annecation ¬
nexation nexationv ne H io ioTICXew
v > TICXew Tlie New Tori YorW Sallinpr SalJin Da Mate MateSOUTHAMPTON DaleSOUTHAMPTON c
0 < SOUTHAMPTON SOUlH UrpTOX Sept2SThe Sept 23 2SThe The Amer Ameripan Amerlean mer merc
c lean llnesteamsbipt U line J teamsIiip eamsbii New es York which whichal whichalrveftlltSfnight ar arrived arrivtui ¬
rived rveftlltSfnight last leaf night In in a ri damaged condition conditionwill cOIDIUon cOIDIUonwiJl1Ri coplitionvi1I
wiJl1Ri will sail for New YorkSSxt Sunday at atTheXHephimts at63UiLni
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At Chafes QW des s Yew eV Grand cSetaijUy c5ttah rJregen present the tlicgreSBElfeaetriever UI UIiT thegr5t5itactever
greSBElfeaetriever iT lct ever sten s > l11 up upon uponthe < Ju the American stage stageBest st stDest stagei
Best Dest Shingles SIHngles larjrest In est size SIIC OxUO x O norr norronlv now nownlr notvrnh
i onlv nlr M 2 i 1 J nnn NJ fl ft cth ih jx ud n > f X Y are
THE HE DuPL DUPLICITY CITY OP F GHING GHINGBoxer GHINGJ GHINGDox2r OilINGBoxer
J
Boxer Snlmcrlpllon I LiMt List ixt ixtthe Sl Signed nel neltIle by byIke
the Chiucae Cil l > e IrIn Prince PrinceLONDON IrineiIXjNDON f froNDON
LONDON Sept28 Sept28Advice3 Advices from Pekin Pekindated Pelindated Pekiadated
dated September September22snyU 22 say Ir the Amen American Amencan Am rl rlcan ¬
can Legation has in its i iQssesslon > cssesslon a sub subscription subscription subscniption ¬
scription list of the Boxers Bo ers which shows showsthe shovsthe showsthe
the name of Prince Ching as having made madethree madethree madethree
three subscriptions The Th list UstWRs was aiscov discovered aiscovcred aiscOvened ¬
ered by Missionary Wherry YherryFriends Friends of ofPrince ofPrince ofPrince
Prince Ching declared that he was forced forcedinto forcedinto forcedinto
into giving it itIt itIt iL iLIt
It is reported by the French that t at a apatrol 3patrol apatrol
patrol has been fired red on outside the east eastgate eastgate castgate
gate of the city Otherwise everything Is Isruiet isruiet isPuiet
ruiet ruietThe ruietThe PuietThe
The Pekin Pekinadvices advices also say that Prince PrinceTuan PrinceTuan PrinceTuan
Tuan Is reported to tohave tolitive have been been superseded supersededby supersededby
by Wen Chao tbatthe that the notorious notorious Boxer Boxerleader Boxerleader Boxerleader
leader Kang Yi Yih has g committed suicide suicideand suicideand suicideand
and that the Imperial Government Is Isbreaking isbr isbreaking
breaking br aking with the th Boxers BoxersThe BoxersThe oxers oxersThe
The supersedure of Prince Taan Tim = was wasmade wasmnde wasmade
made jt is said by the Dowager Empress Empressand Emlressand Empressand
and Wen Tn Chao who replaces r plac him Is the themost themost thcmost
most intelligent and progressive prog sse member memberof memberoftha
of oftha the Grand QrnndCouncil QrnndCouncilA Council CouncilA
A A despatch from from Tientsin dated ated Tuesday Tuesdaysays Tuesdly Tuesdlysays Tuesdaysays
says that Vice Tjce Admiral Seymour arrived arrivedat
at Taku on September 22 2 nnd was expected expectedat
at Tientsin on Wednesday We nesdayHh Tvlth Count von vonWaldersee vonWalders vonWaldersee
Waldersee Walders e the interrational commander commanderinchief eDmmanderinchief eunmanderinchief
inchief Genera Oafelee 0aF lee was as expected on onThursday onThursday onThursday
Thursday ThursdayThe ThursdayThe ThursdayThe
The reason assigned for the small num number number number ¬
ber of casualties a ancng eng l g the th Chinese at the thetaking thetaking thetaking
taking of the Peitang and Lutai forts is isthat Isthat isthat
that Li Hung Chang had ordered the evac evacuation evacuation evacuation ¬
uation of the forts fortsA fortsA fortsA
A despatch from Paris says that it is isstated isstated isstated
stated in official omcialcircles circles that the re reported reportedannexitti reported ¬
ported portedannexitti annexation n of Manchuria MRnchu ManchurIa la by Rus Russia Russia Rusala ¬
sia ala merely amounts to a military ocou ocouPrttion oc occupation m mpation
pation The Russian and Chinese flags flagsare 1llgsare flagsare
are flying together togetherPEKIX togetherPEKIN
PEKIN Sept 22 via Taku Sept 25 25and 25and 25and
and Shanghai Sept 23 288 8 a m mAetive mAetivepreparations mActivepreparations Active Activepreparations
preparations are being made by the vari various various van vanone ¬
ous commanders for a winter campaign campaignThe campaignThe campaignThe
The Temple of Agriculture where the theAmerican t theAmerican l lAmerJcm
American AmerJcm troops will w n be housed will be belined belined belined
lined with brick bri k brought here from the theUnited th thUnited theUnited
United States and General Wilson says it itwill itwill Itwill
will make a model mod l winter camp cuup cam for for the thamen th thmen themen
men menGeneral
General Wilson Wilsonllas has issued orders for the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American officers and men to surrender all allarticles allarticles 111articles
articles secured by them in Pekin which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they did not purchase The Th sale of confis confiscated confiscated confiscated ¬
cated loot is now going g ing on and andthe the proceeds proceedswill pro proeedzwill eeds eedswlIl
will be used for municipal purposes purposer purposes21r i i3Jr
3Jr r Rockhill the special American en envoy envoy i ioY
voy oY visited the palace today with General GeneralWilson GeneralWilson GeneralWilsoa
Wilson and the ladies ladie3 of the American AmericanLegation AmericanLe AmericanLegatico
Legation Le tion Mr r Rockhil ockhill says say he sees no nohope nohope nohope
hope for the withdrawal of the troops troopsfor troopsfor troopsfor
for many months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The French commander has released releasedsome releasedsome releasedsome
some supposed Boxers who were wer captured capturedon
on September 20 20Big 20Big i iBig
Big stores stores of ponder Oider have hnoreeenUy recently been beendiscovered beendii beendiscovered
discovered dii > covered In the city cityThe cityhc cityThe
The hc British Drl Ush have hr eshet shot four Boxers who whowere whowere whowere
were convict comictd > a cf murdering twentyone twentyonepersons twentyonepersons twentyonepersons
persons three weeks after the capture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city cityI cityIEOVING I ISLOVENS
SLOVENS MOvING ON 1 1i THE TffBhLYAS TffBhLYASCaittiiii M YAS YASCantlU
I
CantlU Caittiiii i of the Slexieaii Troops Troopstaiiist TroopAgainst ProopAgainst
Against Indian InUnp Hchuls HchulsOAXACA UcbclsOAi ItcbebOAXACA
OAXACA OAi 1 Mexico Sept 28 2SThe The Gav Gavernment G Germnent Gverament
ernment troops have made important importantprogress importantprogress importantprogress
progress in their campaign against the theMaya theMaya theMaya
Maya Indians in Yucatan during durirlg the thepast thepast thepast
past two weeks weeksA weelsA weelzsA
A large largecody cody body of General Bravos Bravosforces BraoSforces Bravoslances
forces has occupied the Bay of Aseen Aseensjcn Ascnsien Aseensicn
sjcn which is only about eight leagues leaguesfrom letguesfromChan leaguesfrom
from fromChan Chan Santa Cruz the stronghold of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indians This force is now slowly slowlymaking slowlymakint slowlymaking
making its way toward that stronghold strongholdIt str nghold ngholdIt
It has to cut its way through a dense denseforest densaforest denseforest
forest and guard against ambush by the theIndians thoI theIndians
Indians The Indians have continued to tostrengthen tJstrengthen tostrengthen
I strengthen the fortifications of ofChan ofChanSanta Chan ChanSanta ChinaSanta
Santa Cruz and its capture will be a agreat aI agreat
I great military achievement achievementIt
It is charged that these fortifications fortificationshave fortificationshave fortificationshave
have been made under the direction of ofexpert ofexpert ofexpert
expert English engineers who came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from British Honduras which adjoins adjoinsthe adjoinsthe adjoinsthe
the Maya territory territoryBOSH territoryBOE1Jt territoryBOER
BOSH GUlfS UN SLLEITCED SLLEITCEDBuller SILEl SILNCEDBaiter CED CEDDlllJcr
Buller Turns the Bnrprhers Position Positionand Positi Positionanl n nUllll
and Occupies Oec1 pic > < Mueiusicrider MueiusicriderLONDON MeemacritlerLONDON lnclUcrit1erLODON
LONDON Sept 28 28Genciral General Roberts re reports reports reports ¬
ports to the War Office that General Bul Buller BUIler Bu1len ¬
ler occupied Macmacrider l1acmacri er on the eastern easternside ea eapteraside tern ternside
side of Burghers Pass Pas after turning the tneposition tlOposition theposition
position end na silencing the enemys guns gunsHeilbron gunsHeilbron gunsHeiibron
Heilbron Reitz and Lindley Lindleyhave have been beenrcoccupied beenreoccupied beenrcoccupied
rcoccupied by the British BritishThe BritishThe i iThe
The Boers have been driven off from fromPienaars fromPienaars i iPlenars
Pienaars River station stationTHE statidliHE I ITHE
THE HE COLOMBIA SEBELU01T SEBELU01Tiice REBELIIONlnsurgentt
i
IUSllrbents AIIYlllCC iice nVTthln Tthin KOI KOIallies Fourteen FourteenUics I I1Ulcs
allies of Pana PanaKINGSTON PUl1nn Pzsunina PzsuninaKINGSTON l I
KINGSTON Jamaica Sept 28 28Ad 28Advices 23Advices Ad Advices ¬
vices from Colon say sa the rebel re el forces forcesliave forcesnaye forceshave
have again advanced to within fourteen fourteenmiles fourteenmiles fourteenmiles
miles of ofPanamar Panama but have been checked checkedthere eheckedthere checkedthere
there by b the Government troops troopsijossiosr troopMISSION troopsMISSION
MISSION OF PRINCE GEORGE GEORGEUnwiIint cEORGDlJnivilltng JEOBGEUnvillinff
Unvillinff UnwiIint to Continue a us High Com Comiiriswioner ConlJIi1Siouer Cornithsioiier
iiriswioner ot o Crete CreteATHENS CretcTHENS CreteATHENS
ATHENS < THENS Sept 2S 8Prinee Prince George of ofGreece otGreece ofareece
Greece High Commissioner Comrni ioner of Crete wilL willl
i leave l ave here tomorrow tomorrow for a visit to the theEurppean theEuropeah e eEuropean
European qgpitals qgpitalsThe < ipitals ipitalsThe pitaIsThe
The object of his visit visltistorepresent visltistorepresentto is to represent representto
to the powers poersthat that he is unwilling unwillh g to re renew renew renew ¬
new the high commissionership of Crete Cretefor Cretetoranother Cretefor
for toranother another term ofthree three years years and to tourge tourgetiic tourge
urge urgetiic the necessity 01 o allowing allowingthe the Cretans Cretansto
to decide ecide their destiny Ies 1 l themselves themselvesHon themselvesHon themselveslion
Hon Charles ChnrlesACofUer A Collier Dead DeadATLANTA DeadATLATA 1
ATLANTA < Ga Sept 2S 2SHon Hon Charles CharlesA Charles I
A Collier co Illerc exMayor x lnyorpresidentof President of the theBusiness theBusiness
I Business Mens League and one one ne of the theUnited theUnited teUnited 1
United States Commissioners Commissioners to the Paris ParisExposition Pa ParisExposition is isE
Exposition E position died at at330 330 oclock this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing from the effects effeetsof of a wound wound supposed supposedto
to have been inflicted by bya a burglar burglarVeteran burgl burglarVeteran r rTeteran
Teteran Veteran j aInrJnudrTead aInrJnudrTeadWESTMINSTER 3Iarflauder Bead BeadWESTMINSTER D DWEST
WESTMINSTER WEST nNSTER Hd Ha Sept 28 28Gebrg 28GebrgStewatt George GeorgeStewart I ISte
Stewart Ste art probably Probftb lyt tnt th oldest oldestcitizen citizen cU izenof of Car Carroll Carroll ¬
roll county died at his lushom8 home near Man ManChester lIanchester Mancheater
Chester chester Wednesday Wednes ay in the ninetysixth ninetysixthyear ninetysixtbyear ninetysixthyear
year of his age By birth he was as an Irish Irishman Irishman Irishinca ¬
man emigrating to America Amenicawhen when hen a young youngman youngman youngman
man Many years year ago tgohe he h founded f uaded the th Un Union Union Union ¬
ion Tannery at Slajichesier J1Che51Cr He leaves lea yeS the thefollowing tbefollowing thefollowing
following sons sonsand and daughters George GeorgsStewart GeorgeSteartand GeorgeStewart
Stewart Steartand and MrsiOassie rrsl assie McGilley of Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltirnore ¬
timore Mrs lrs Annie FInnegan of or Austin AustinNev AnitinNev ustln ustlnN
Nev N v Mrs Irs Harry HarryCuh1um rCullum Culluni of Luke Md MdWilliam MdWilliam ld ldWilli
William Willi Stewart Stew artn lear ar Manchester Manchesterilj Manchestertil
ilj til 1 = 5 > to toUllItimolc Baltimore UnIt more and u cl Return Ret rn ria TiaJ c chi riaB
> B J At O Scrtiirdny Sturtin and audSnnt1u audSnnt1uSept Sunday SandjiySeptcmlier SundaySeptcrnb
Septcmlier Sept mll r r2 20 2I > s uL pilO il Sfi goad for t ftin r return rl > furn imiil lUlii iol
iQWjrscilimday 1 Tickets Ti < ket5 aced o cWon d on all trains fx fxcept 0 0ceI1tlt cxeept
cept ceI1tlt Royal rnllJm1tEtl rnllJm1tEtlJIO liimiteil liimiteilst lJniitedOntoi4own
JIO Ontoi4own toi n I Iuntber Ullb1 nuyers11 nuyers11caIlfint Ilayers all allt
t caIlfint call Cr4 st to o o too ce Frank F nk labbej LibbeyhzCa Co o o1 1A Otis tl
AllVIGH TO THE TITE 1m ALLIES ALLIII8Chaffec ALLiM ALLiMChaffee ALLIESCImffec 1TTIHQ
Chaffee Urges tlie Retirement Ret Ielllept of ofForeign ofForeign ofForeign
Foreign Troops From FlmPekin FlmPekinA Pekiii PekiiiA PekhiMessage
i
A Message Prom the 11e Commander of ofthe1 oftlaC ofhie
the1 hie American Forces in Cliiitn Ke Uccehetl KeObntentH lieceiveil
cehetl ilt the War VnrD Department pnr ncntnu But ButContents I iI i iContcnts
Contents Not Formally Announc Announced AllllOll11CcdA ItxLOnhle ItxLOnhleedA ¬
I
ed cdA A State Department Omciiil Ex Expresses Enpreuncs ¬
presses HIM IIIHDeHef Belief That ThntG Great eut Brit Britain lintala ¬
ain Will Stand With rithGermunoll rithGermunolltJle Gerniany on onthe ontile
the Proposition Pro O IHoll That That the Bdxcr BdxcrLeaders U BtxerLenders 1 r rLe1I1er
Leaders Shall Be Surrendered as asU m ma asnCOJ
a nCOJ Condition liUolL Precedent to torc reacc reaccA renceA lCC lCCI
I A A brief b ricfdcspatch despatch 1romGC from General C 1 Ch Chaffeo Chaffeowas Chaffeewasreceived affee 1 1was
was wasreceived received at the War Department tool tooldtty to today today ¬
day and for unknown reasons was v JI JImade not notmade notmade
made public It tis is understood tbht that the thecommander thecommander thecommander
commander of the American forces fOic s las lasreplied 1J busreplied s seplicd
replied to his instructions to withdrjuy withdrjuynearly withdraw withdrawnearly hnv hnvnearly
nearly all al of his men from Pekin peldnaId acd re reports Teports reports
ports that the troops are en < n route 1oute 0 oTientsin 0Tientin 0Tientain
Tientsin Tientin The cable despatch deShtch further furtherstates furtherstates furtherstates
states it I is alleged aleged that General Chafiee Chafieeis Chafee Chafeeis Chaffeeis
is assured that the Emperor will wl not Tot return re return return ¬
turn to Pekin Pckinas as long as the allies ales occupy occupythe Cccupy Cccupythe occupythe
the city ciy and that he Chaffee Chalce has 1a ad advised adise advised ¬
vised ise the withdrawals wih rwaL of the allies ales with withthe withthe ith iththe
the exception excepton of legation leston guards guardsThis gards gardsThis guardsThis
This view of the matter matcragrees agrees with wit the thedesires thedes thedesires
desires des res of the Administration Administraton and the hope hopewas hopewas hopewas
I was expressed by b several officials today todaythat to todaythat ny nytat
that tat General Chaffee might be successful successfulin
in Ills 1ls endeavors endeavorsGeneral endeavorsGeneral endeavorsGeneral
General Chaff CbnfeS Chalices ees message is said to con contain contain contale ¬
tain the statement that the te action acton of the theUnited theUnited
United d States in withdrawing wihdrawing its troops troopsand troopsad troopsand I
and ad bringing bringi g a powerful pwerful naval force into intoChinese intoChinee IntoChinese
Chinese Chinee waters is disconcerting dIsconcertng the allies alliesand ales alesand alliesand
and that the show shooiforce of offorce force is causing causJI much muchThe muchcomment muchcomment
comment commentThe comment commentThe
The instructions instructons to Minister Inister Conger Con er for forhis forhis forhis
his guidance gld nce in the preliminary prelmInary peace ne negotiations negotatons negotiations ¬
gotiations gotatons with wih LI Hung Chang ChangaDdPrinc ChangaDdPrincChing Changand and Prince PrinceChing PrinceChing
Ching have been returned retured from Canton Cantonwhere Cantonwh Cantonwhere
where wh ere they were sent for review by the thePresident thePresident
President and have been ben filed fAfor for trans transmission trns trnsmission transmission ¬ I
mission to Mr I Conger It I Is expected exected that thathe tat tathe thatbe
he will wi begin the negotiations negotatons as soon as ashe fS fShe ashe
he receives receive the instructions instructionsA instructons instructonsA
A high high official ofcial of the State SJte Department Departmentannounced Depnrtmentannounce Departmentannounced
announced announce today that he hail received in information informaton information ¬
formation formaton that England has not and will willnot wil wilnot willnot
not reject the proposition propositon made by Car Germany Ger Germmy Carmany ¬
many and that the delay in answering the thesame th thsa thsame
same sa e has been due to the th careful careul consid consideration considert considoration ¬
oration ert ion which h ieh is being bein given g i 0 n to the th thefeasi thefeasibility C feasi feasibility ¬
bility hit of t the ie e plan of punishing punls jinishing ing theleadeI theleadeIin the leaders leadersin
in the th Boxer outrages before negotiating negotiatingfor negotitng negotitngfor negotiatingfor
for peace peaceConsiderable p peaceConsiderable ace aceConsidorable
Considerable interest has been create createIin createin createdin
in official circles circes over the reports from fromChina fromCh1naand fromChina
China Ch1naand and Europe that tha Russia is sending sendinga
a blockading squadron to China and andthat andthat andthat
that the foreign iireign ministers in in Pekin Pekil have liaveinformally haveinformal haveinformally
informally informal invited invied the Emperor Kwang KwangHsu KwangHsu RwangHsu
Hsu and the EmpressDowager theEmvress Dowager to return returnto returnto returnto
to the capital capitl No information intormaton to con confirm confrm confirm ¬
firm frm either of these statements statemCt bn < come cometo cometo ome ometo
to this Government GovernmentThe GovernmentThe nt ntThe
GoverD
The report that the theEmperor Emperor and mdEm mdEmpress Em Empress Empress ¬
press Dowager D DOwag wage have beerf ben l > ee < asked to t return returnto retur returto returnto
to Pekin Peki is regarded < as very ery reasonable reasonablebut reasoabebut reasonabiebut
but the officials ofcials are at a loss to understand understandwhy understnd understndwhy understandwhy
why Russia should desire to exercise su supervision supervision anpervisioa ¬
pervision ovei ovel over the Chinese coast One sug suggestion suggeston suggestion ¬
gestion geston is that Russia fears that tat Germany Germanywill Gerany Geranywill Germanywill
will attempt to seize seiz the thehinese Chinese fleet feet at atShanghai atShanghai atShanghai
Shanghai and d is strengthening stengteing her own ownforce ownforce ownforce
force as a warning warIng to Germany Germay not to un undertake ul uldertke undartake ¬
dertake dertke such su h radical action actn The rumors ruinoraof rumOr rumOrof rumorsof
of preparations prepartons in Europe for sending ad additional additontl additional ¬
ditional ditontl warships to t China may m y in the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion opinion of some some officials ofcals hve have some founda foundation foundation foundation ¬
tion tionThis tionThs This Ths Government Goverment would not no be b sur surprised surprse surpriced ¬
priced prse if its itsdeeision decision to augment augmeItis augmentits its fleet fleetin te fl at atin etin
in Asiatic siatc waters watcrs would eau caine > e other pow powers powors powers ¬
ers to follow folow that example exampleIn
In a telegram to the theSttcDepar State Department Departmenttoday Departmenttoday ment menttoday
today John Goodnow GoodnoW United States Con Consul yon yonsuI Consul ¬
sul General Gener11 at Shanghai says that Sheng Shengthe Shngthe Sheagthe
the Director Director General of ofChlneseRailways ofChlneseRailwaysand Chinese Railways Railwaysand Railwaysand
and Telegraphs admits that Prince Tuan Tuanthe Tuanthe
the Boxer leader and father o5thp f4JiB heir heirapparent heirapparent heirapparent
apparent of China had been beenGrand appointed appointedGrand
appinted appintedGranl
Grand Secretary q otheEmpire otheEmpireTh of the Empire EmpireThe EmpireThe
The Th department deparment Is inclined iIeI cd to tobcnevc tobcnevcthatMr believe believethat believethat
that thatMr Mr Goodnow was gIven gien an aner anerran aaerroneons er erroneons
roneons ran eons Impression hnpressiol and that th t JPrihee JPriheeTilan Prince PrinceThan ri ce ceT
Than T anlas has been appointed a member member ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Privy PriVCounc P ivy Council a place cf much muchgreater mu muchgreater h hgreater
greater greater political poltcal importance than that that of ofGrand of ofGrand ofGrand
Grand Grand Secretary which is a asoe1alofc asoe1alofcwith social office officewith officewith
with no political polical functions unctonsand and created createdin reatedIn
in order order that the theEm Emperor erormlgliconler erormlgliconlerv might mightconfer mightconferfavOr Confer Conferfavor
favor v r on n distinguished dpersons dpersonsinister persons personsMinister personsMinister
Minister inister Wu Tingfang Tin fng was a at the theState the theStateDeptrtment theState
State StateDeptrtment Department today tQda in search of ofnews ofnews ofnews
news from rom China He said that he h did didnot dldnotgetany didnot
not notgetany get any information hifonatonang and that th t he hehad hehad1one had hadTione hadache
ache 1one to give the department departmentTHANKS departent departentTHASFOMTx departmentTHANK >
THANKS THASFOMTx THASFOMTxG mOM TEXAS TEXASGovernor TEXASGovernor
Governor G vernor Sajrers sa erA Aclcnovrledees knoletlie Re lieceipt Receillto Receipt
ceipt ceillto of Money lloIH From Frotle the District DistrictThe DitrictThe DlstnietThe
The following communication communicaton was lS re received rocciv rceeived
ceived cciv d today t9da by b Dr William WiIamTIn Tindall alSec Sec Secretary Seerotary J Jrtary
rotary to the Board of o Commissioners Commissionersf Qommi3ioners Qommi3ionersfrrm Comm1ssibnbxIrzm
f frrm Irzm rein GoverorSaycrsofexas GoverorSaycrsofexasLeferenc Governor Sayers of Texas Texasietter Texasietter
ietter Leferenc enclosing osing check for fQr 53000 3000 cpn cpntribirted con contnibuted 9n 9ntibHtcd
tribirted tibHtcd by the the people eop1e of o the District Dstrict ot otColumbia of o oColumbia
Columbia Co < mbia for the te benefit beaefltOf of the storm tor sui sufferers suiferersat suiferers ¬
ferers ferersat at Galveston has been received receivedFor rec receivedFor iyed iyedFor
For this tis most generous generoucoItribu contribution contributionplease contributionplease on one
please e extend exte n d to t the he National N ati On a 1 Theatre TheatreChases Th TheatreChases ea tre 1 1Chases
Chases Chases Grand Opera Opera House Hashims HashimsAcademy Hash HashlinsAcademy is isAcadeIY
Academy AcadeIY of Music luio Columbia Theatre TheatreNew TheatreNew
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New Bijou BijouThea Theatre re Kernans Jernan s Lyceum LyceumTheatre LyceumTheatre LyceumTheatre
Theatre Theatre Gentrys GentrsogandPolY GentrysDog Doff and Pony Showaiid Showaiidthe ShoWJ Show Showthe d dthe
the Stage Employes Union Iion mymost mymostgatcfulacknowledgents my most mostgrateful mostgrateful
grateful gatcfulacknowledgents acknowledgments and say to tothem tQtem tothem
them tem that the tccontribltIon contribution will Wi be used usedmost usedmost sed sedmostimpartnUytoRCCOnplsh
mostimpartnUytoRCCOnplsh most impartially to accomplish the th pnr pnrDpse PUt purose
Dpse ose se intended inten ed Also express press to Mr SirThomas MrThomas
Thomas 0 ma s C Noyes N < yes and d theJibembets the mem bprs9 0 gf f The tljecommittee Thecommittee t e ecomrnittte
committee my high highnjr highapprtaiatioa appreciation ciaton pf their theirkindly theirincyomces theirkindly
1 kindly offices officesSonndVp2 officesSonndo2
incyomces incyomces0lnt1
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SHAMOKEN SHOK MIN MINThonsnniTa MESi TIIINES ORIPPLED ORIPPLEDThousanls PL1m PL1mJlnsnnifs
ThonsnniTa Jlnsnnifs of Men lcn 1en nna ancl Boys lYHJoin Esjy Join the theCoal th thConStikeM theCoal
Coal ConStikeM StrlUera StrlUeraSHAMOICIN StniLer StniLerSIAMOXIN
SHAMOICIN SHAMOaNPao Pa Sept Sept2SThe 2S 23The The miners minersof minersor minersof
of this tis district distict were in a happy frame of ofmind a1 a1Infnd ofmind
mind over oera a rumor early ear r this morning morningthat moring moringthat morningthat
that the strike 1ouldbe would be declared off offtime f in intime
time tme to permit permltthem them to resume resum work ivorkOc ivorkOctober Oc October October ¬
tober 1 A despatch from strike head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters at Hazleton Hazlc on cntradicted contradicted the thestory thestory thestory
story at 9 90ciock oclock the men men being b irg informed informedthat Inored Inoredthat Inlormedthat
that until unt receiving official fcial notice notce tom tomDstr from fromDistrict fromDistrfct
District Dstr ct President Fahey they thcyshauld should pay payno pay payno payno
no heed to rumors from fromanjsouce fromanjsouceEverything anyisource anyisourceEverything anysour o oEverything
Everything has l3 been quiet uletfrom from Lykens Lykensto Lykensto
to Mahanoy ahanoy City since last night The Thewhistles Te Tewhistes Thewhistles
whistes whistles of oless less than one oned dozen c important importantoperations importantoperatons importantoperations
operations operatons in il four counties cou ti3 Jwere were blown blownthis blownthis
this morning moring and the thmirerSt miners mirers at these thesecdllertes tese tesecoleriel thesecOllenles
cdllertes coleriel turned tured out In imali small malIl force forceIn forceInNarth forceIa
In InNarth North Franklin near Tfrevorton TevortoI the theemployes theemployes theemployes
employes went to work amot almost to a man manThe manThe manThe
The colliery cOler is on on the edge eg edge of the coal coalfields coalf coalfields
fields f lds and is the te only onlylnd Industry tr the th1 little littletown littlbthwn te teI
I town tnvnpossessGs possesses The There men were ereerY early Jp in inthe inthe
the tle strike trlk notified notfed by the the Philadelphia P1i < elphla ana anaReading aa aaReading zinOReading
Reading Coal had nd Iron Company CompanYthat that theywould they theywould theywould
would be rewarded rewar ed if i they continued Cntinued ntinOed at atwork atwork atwork
work During the past week w ek fifty ffty out ot 01 0140Q
400 miners mIner struck Strike leaders from fromvarious fromvarous fromvarious
various varous parts of thedlstct the district visited vIsi cd Tre Trevorton Treortn Trenorton
norton ortn and addressed addressed the t miners inen Mean Meantime Men Mentime Meantime ¬
time the company cmpany rushed several ev v iai a carloads carloadsof crloads crloadsat
at of deputies deputes in and the th iiitoers inerz frs overawed overawedby ovcraw ovorawdby d dby
by their presence presncennd and fearful that tat the te themina theminawould mine minewould minewould
would be abandoned if they went on strike strikeconcluded strie strieconcuded Etrilteconcluded
concluded concuded to stay sty at work since inc which whichtime whichtme whichtime
time tme there has been constant const t agitation ngitaton on onthe Ol onthe
the part ar t of the strikers Strikersa anda a deep deePAeelln deePAeellnof feeling feelingof
of unrest It I was feared there fiere might be betroulle beI betrouble
trouble troule this morning but butl jio io one G other than thandeputies tan taneputes thanaeputies
I deputies eputes and miners who wanted wanf d to work workoccupied workocqupied
I occupied the companys lanas langsThe lanasI lanasThe
I The strike strke leaders lcadcrsare are confident onldent thati that thatunless thatunless
i unless the t1e strike is called caled > off IbY by Monday Mondayihe MondayJe Mondaythe
the Je North NortlFragkln Franklin will wH be be tied ied up be before before before ¬
fore the close of next week ek As s train Irainloal train1oad ralni
i loal after trainload of cBal al from Cromthat corn that thatcolliery thatcolliery
i cal
colliery Come y passes through the te coal fields fieldsto felds feldsto fieldsto
to tidevatar tde ntar mapy map many strikers strj strIors ors JIne Jlnetho Jlnethotrcks the thetracks thetracks
tracks trcks from Shamokin to Tamaqua and anddenounce andI anddenounce
I denounce den unce the men who cat ct the coal ts tswell aswell
i well wel as sthe the crews manning maInlnt the te trains trainsThe trins trinsI trainsThe
I The railroaders rairoaders are heavily h vny armed and andmaintiiii andmalnbn andmaintin
maintiiii a close lookout lool o t to guard guardagainst guad guadI guardagainst
I against against dIe trains trins being jirecked recked espe especially eapedaIly pe peclalY ¬
daIly clalY on O n the branch roattfjfrom roat roafrom rom Trevor Trevorton Trevorton
I ton to this place The company coIIny is put puttins pulI putting
I tins tnr forth its it best bet enort ehori1 t6 keep c p the thecolliery theI thecolliery
I colliery coler In in operation operationWith peraton peratoni t tWith
i With the closing of t the Iteat st near ner Ash Ashland Ashlast Ashland ¬
land last evening followed foloweby followe by 55 per percent percentor cent centof centof
of or the men refraining fr fi fri < ai work this thismorning thismorning
i morning m ornin at > t the Potts Pot s colliery oliry two thou thousand lh thousand ¬
I sand snni more men and andboys boys by are added a d l to the theranks thei theranks
i ranks rnks of the strikers President Pr tent Fahcy Fahcylias FheyI Faheyhas
I has a < large staff staf of o speakers spa sp aicers r in the th Min Minorsville Mm Mmorsvihie in j
i orsville orsv and Panther Creek Crec districts dlstris and andas andas
I as s 75 par pr cent or the emplfcyes emplCyC consist cns st of ofHungarians ofUngrla ofHungarians
Hungarians Ungrla Poles and LIttaaaians Lltuanianst there thereIs thereis e
Is a possibility pssibiiy of all al the th6c collieries col tes in inthese inthese J
these thee sections sectons being bing tiedVP ta p before hefre the themiddle themiddle j
middle of next net week la 1 that hatev event ev nt it out outof outOfa I Ii
i of ofa a total number of 5200 5200ttinen niea and boys boysIn iYS boysIn
52OCcJen I
In the Ninth Ninthd district Istrct compriiiing C Jiin g the te coun counties countes cocaties ¬
ties tes of Northumberland Northumbrln J JSfcuylkill huYlkl huy1kIhl Co Golumbia Columbia 0 ¬ I IIlumbia
Ilumbia lumbia and p Dauphin pln less Jes than han hn 3000 30 will willbe wi willbeat i iI
I be b beat at atork work workGeneral workGeneral 1 1I
General Generl Gobins troops l Shenandoah Shenandoahmaintain heitandoah heitandoahmaintain mtndoah I ImaintaIn
I
maintain a close cose watch wath cfefer rthekMa1 rthekMa1I 1H Ma Mahanoy Mahaney
I hanoy and SchuylkiU Scu lki valle alle lerbut c j but thus thusCir far farhave farhave I Ihaehad
have haehad had nothing noting to do doALL doALL j
ALL ALWATG WAITUTGr WAITIGIntense POB f KTEWS KTEWSIntcn s I IIn1cnle
Intcn In1cnle Intense e Interest Intel t at jVXJIlkesljarrc jVXJIlkesljarrcOver WiIkesbarrc WiIkesbarrcOres Ynke bnlrc i iO
Over O er the Strike Cciufereiice C CeuferenceI e ence enceWIKESBARE w wWILKESBARRE
I WILKESBARRE WIKESBARE PaSept Pa SpL pt 2S 2S2Mi 28Miners 28Minersend Miners Minersand ers ersand
and operators operator here are waiting JiDg eagerly Mg rY for fornews fornews fornews
news from New York regarding regilg the pro proposed propOJcd proposed ¬
posed pOJcd settlement of the t he stflSe te t bt but neither neitherside neitheside neitheeside
side professes to have any direct irect informS information inora inoraton informStion ¬
tion 1 1The
ton tonThe
The op opurator operators irators say this morning morning orning they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have received receive no word from sthe the head men menof menof menof
of the tf companies in New Zprk orle rk but they theyexpect tey teyexpect theyexpect
expect information inforaton at any ay time me e They re refuse refuse xcfuse ¬
fuse in view of the thepend pendia negotiations cegotiationsto gotiatons gotiatonsto
to express any opinion < on5chat onJ lat would be bea bea bea
a fair basis of settlement ajad d when asked askedif askedUa askedif
setemen
if Ua a 10 per cent increasel increaEtwoul incneaeaaould iri Would satisfy satisfythe satisfythe tisfy tisfythe
the men and nd if i they wou would woul agree to the theunion theunion theunion
union being ignored igored they the sid id the they had hadno hadnoidea no noidea noidea
idea what the miners woul wou accept acceptDistrict acceptDstrct acceptDistrict
District President Pres dent Nicnojs Nicho is also reti reticent reUcet xciicent ¬
Dstrct Nicos
cent cet He says the men E1 iri his district districtcomprising districtcomprising districtcomprising
comprising the Ladrawannk Lacawannin Lackawaa4 1H nd I Wyoming Wyomingregions Wyomlnrgons Wyomingregions
regions rgons > want R1t what wht they tey itaied ked for Iorpo Iorpodeht forpowder pow powder ¬
der deht at 150 Instead of 52T5 215 7und and a 20 per percent percent percent
cent increase In Inwage vVages vVagesKe agez agezHe
He could not i say ziir whetho whet whethethey they woul would woulde wouldesatlafied ce cesatsfed < e esatisfied
satisfied satsfed with wih less and ld thoj th tbb Question qjeston or ac accepting accepting aceepting ¬
cepting an anoffer offer from the te f operators operat ra t rs rould rouldbe Would Wouldbe ould ouldbe
be left to delegates delegltes whot wbo would ould meet 11 in inconvention inconvention
convention conventionThe conventon conventonTne conventionThe
The Tne expectation epectaton of ofa a secernent set setlernent eent is cVeat cVeating crea creaig eeattag
tag a great deal of f interest interestbere here and the theheadquarters theheadq theheadquarters
headquarters headq ig arters of the Unionfe UaioaIs crowded with withanxious wih wihanxious withanxious
anxious miners waiting waitng Uniont JOT or news The Theoperators Theoperl Theoperators
operators operl rs and business men men aie are equally equallyanxious eQualh eQualhanxious equallyanxious
anxious The The later latter are t particularly rHCUlarYSa rHCUlarYSabec so sobecause sobecause
because bec uSe if i the tc thestrike strike is 1st to be eended ended they theywill theym theywill
will m justhaveJIe just have havetimo time to toor order F their eLhoiiany eLhoiianygoods holiday holidaygoods holidaygOods
goods These orders usually s < ulygiven given early earlyin earlyil earlyin
in il September Sep1emberiuebelD SeptemberThave Ifiave been ithheld withheld ithheld owing owingto
to the strike strikeThe strike strlkeThe
The men at the No No 7 i XRshry 1ery where wherethere wherethcre wherethere
there thcre has ha been b n trouble trouble < ishg g the te week weekwent weekwent weekwent
went to work work this thisIlrrng morning mordin unmolested unmolestedThe unmolestedThe unmolestedThe
The guards at theX5saerjlavfr the3f1crJave theheryhave been in increased inereasedand increased ¬
creased ereasedand and last Iastnight night some ome o e boys who whoattempted wh whattempted whoattempted
attempted to wreck wr ck the chutes cltes were weredryen weredryenaway driven drivenStrikiiBsr drivenawny
away awnyIN t tn
n IN TRgHY T cHvYLr 4 REGION REGIONStrlkg EGIONStrjkiS
StrikiiBsr StrjkiS Sriners HuerCo Cpiitinrc Contihe ltite to t toAdd Add to tov tolleir toTheir
v Their TheirPOTTSVILLE lleir XnmliMK XnmliMKPOTTSyiLLE XnmJI XnmJIPOTTSVILLEPa
POTTSyiLLE POTTSVILLEPa Pa Scpl Sei2SNo S No heed heedwas heedwas
was paid aid to the tereports reports reportsiEa i oa prospective prospectivesettlement prospec prospectivesettlement ve venoltement
settlement noltement ot o f the coal ceai Bstrike trike in the theSchuylkiU t4eSchnylkI tleSchuylklli
SchuylkiU SchnylkI mining minl g regl reg S today tcday The Thestrike The Thestrike Thestrike
strike Is going ahead ahcacn aaa anmdro hr no re men en quit quitTvork quitwork quitwork
work today although alhough notSs n n l trs many ma yas as had liadbeen badbeen I
been expected All Al theimiues the < mines ines in the theWest theest theWest
West est End continued contned at atork work The col collieries colleries colhones ¬
hones leries at tMincrsvie MInersvillej resumed eumed short shortianded short shorthanded
handed nded All A lare are tied up up at atAshland Ashland ex except except cxcept ¬
cept the Potts PottsAbout Pots PottsAbout400 i 1
About About400 400 40 c cars s of It coal c l ajll ill U be b mined minedto minedtoday miaedto miaedtoday to today ¬
day in the tw twelve lvecCljer cQlljerfes coUjenles in operation operationLabor operatpn operatpnLabor operatignLabor
Labor leaders say the th stl strike stric can caronlYbe caronlYbectted ca only be besettled benettled
settled ctted by recognizing recoiizllb recoghizingtbdMthers the t Diners er6 Union UnionAll Unionll UniOnl3l
All ll is squiet quiet at Shenandos Sh Shena na1do doJ and nd Srahanov SrahanovCity MahanOyCity Iahan
City The Trevortbh Tevortoncoll ccyltery ry has as jre jreseined remmed re resumed ¬
seined mmed under nder protection dLthe be deputies deputiesClprar de deputIesCigar > tcs tcsOAn
Cigar OAn Mens Meit + leu Strlfee Srtk stid < > IjGrowinff IjGrowinffTAMPA GJwlng GJwlngTAMPA asonirTAMPA
TAMPA Fin F a SeptAlKJrie ept28flie cigarmakV cigarmakVers ei cigarmak cigarmakens r k krsare
ers rsare are grbwingmqre growing mqreregez iore restless and am nd 400 40 more morehave moreve morehave
have ve Joinedhi joined the strikers strikersTickets stier stierr2Tonu strikersitt2g
itt2g r2Tonu To BzLItinoiefrsud3itetnrn imor i i etnrn etnrnVin iig iigVia
Via PeunsY leunsylnanIa a ll I Rlrqad RlrqadTickets k lr9c1
Tickets iket on sale sa1 Saturday Satlnf Saturdaij1 ial Siiijay SiIJ y September S Septunberh mcr
2 29 h and ud 30 s pood dtv to Trtutft Ttt rtxknjiitiljfiiaciay titili3B U lOCce < lay October r
1 All A 411 trains tunc3ccptQts except t5nieitaia Wt re inal L 1 Limited LimitedBnyers Lmie Lmier LimttedBuyer
r 2 I InUer
Buyer nUer or otfncsti oE finest ndwil 1ii st it White Ttaiitepino Whitepine V1tc I IpJno
pine appfrs will wif1d find the thejaekAoox siacal itr with FranV FranVLibbcy FrangLitbcy rn
uIPf ihccwcjOWi
i Libbcy < k Co 1
I ITING IEETII OF OPERATORS OPERATORSAnthracite IJPERAfURAiithraeitc
Anthracite Men lien to Confer eonfelontle eonfelontleInels on the theMiners theMiners
Miners Inels Strike Strikeed Strike1erm StrikePerms
1erm Perms or Sett Settlenient < ment t 4 De BeDLscnss BeDLscnsscii Dbcnsg Dbcnsgel
ed IhXciv In Xc ew VorU Today rotlayMr Mr Markle Markleeial 3iarkleArrives
Arrives In the 3letroll 3ieiropolis on n a SlIC SlICclal Specia
eial cia Train TrninUcnc1 Heads of Coniiianles De Desire DcHlrc liesire ¬
sire Ills lb Advicc AdviceRefusal 11yicenelnsul Kefasal of 1f Those ThoseAVHto ThoseW9to
AVHto 10 A Atmeublctl semuleil at the lJorgnn lJorgnnCOJllujs Morgan MorganCoipany Iorj IorjConumnys
Conumnys COJllujs Ofce Office to Discuss the theOntloolC theOntook theOntloola
OntloolC Ontook for a I Comj COJnltrolIseRui COJnltrolIseRuin ComirocntaePnii ComirocntaePniiway romi e Ilail IlailAVith
way n Prc Presidenta > Ic1cnt in CounuunicntoJ CounuunicntoJitL Cznunieation CznunieationWith
With itL Kei nCltreNcntut hleprescntxttives resenta < Ive at utCollcrics utCollcricsI Colli ColliNEW Collieries CollieriesNEW
NEW YORK YOR S Sept pt 2S 28An An important importantmeeting imprtnt imprtntmeetug importantmeeting
I meeting meetug cf anthracite athrcie coal coalQPertrs operators will willbe wiltbe Hi Hir
r be b held hel in i this city ciytay today to discuss discss terms termsfor termsfor erm ermtor
for a settlement settEment of the tcmine miners strike strikeJohn strke strkeJohn strikeJohnMarkle
John JohnMarkle Iarkle 1arkle managing partner of Mar Markle Mar1zle a ake
kle ke l Co of Hazletonv HailetOt arrived in this city cityon ciy ciyon cityoa
attend the conference conferenceand conferenceand conferenceand
on a special spedtrain train to aUod
and the thcOex other operators prtors Intimated ntimted that ifcatthey thatthey
they expected to tt hear from r him lm something somethingconcerning somethingconcerning omethn omethnconcinlng
e t8Wle I
concerning concinlng the terms ters which the te miners miserswere minerswere minerswere
were willing wiing to accept aCet Mr irkle M kle talked talkedT taked takedwih talkedwith
T wih with ith representatives reprentatiycor of th the miners min8i and andknows ad adkows andknows
knows kows perhaps Jrha S bsstter betterthnnanY t ethi thsnfany fny other op operator oprtorhowfnx operator ¬
erator how far tbcy they ar are willing todepart todepartf
rtorhowfnx nreilngtodePrt nreilngtodePrtfrom
f from rom their teirdr hezr cirlginai iidei demandls jot io o the puf pufpxjse iuf iufPs pur puriioteOf
pxjse Ps iioteOf df OfputHBg put putt4ag Bg an a an end ad t6 tbte the trouble troubleIt trou1lc trou1lcI
It I was wns sid that thnttodaysmetn todays meeting meet1nwcuId meet1nwcuIdbe would wouldbe culd culdbe
be held at t the offices fccs of the Leaigh Lhigh Val Valley Valley Valicy ¬
ley Coal Company Compny at 26 2SCurtandt 2SCurtandtStreet Courtlandt CourtianfitStreet CourtlandtStreet
Street and lnd that tat as soon as a same can ccnclusion canelusion n ncluion
elusion cluion was reached rec4ed the operators would wouldcomniunlcate wouldcomunicte wouldcommunicate
communicate comunicte with the presidents pres dents of the thevarious theyar thevarious
various yar us railroads rairoads who were present preent at atthe atthe atthe
the conference held at the offices ofces of J JP JP 3P
P Morgan Co on Wednesday WednesdayNone WedaesdayNone VednesdayNone
None of the men men n who attended atenied that thatmeeting thatmeetng thatmeeting
meeting meetng would say anything any hing today todnycon todnyconcerning con concerning concerniog ¬
cerning the outlook for an early earlsette earlsettement settle settlement settlameat ¬
ment of the te strike but one of them as asserted asserted assorted ¬
serted that no meeting was held yester yesterday yesterI yesterday ¬
I day d9 or last night n g t and that negotiations negotiationswore egotations egotationsw
wore w rc still stI1 pending pendingAll pendmgAl pendingAll
All Al the presidents of the coalcarrying coalcarryingroads coalcarryingroads coalcarryingroads
roads appeared app ared at their thel offices fficesunusualy fficesunusualyearly unusually unusuallyearly unusuallyearly
early todas today todayand and nd sent senj ant put wordto word to visitors visitorsi visitorsthat isitors isitorsthat
i that they were very yer busy and a d cculd cculdj cculdnot cculdnot
j not be seen It I was learned earned however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that they tb Y had received long reports from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the coal regions in the mqrning lQning and thatthey that thatthey thatthey
they had ha communicated communicate with their repre representatives representatyes representatives ¬
sentatives sentatyes there thee theeLee thereLee v vLee
Lee Lewis Lwis General Superintendent Superinten1ent of ofthe ofthfi
the thDelaware Delaware Lackawannaand La Lacicawanna k wannaand and Western WesternCoal WesternCoa WesternCoal
Coal Coa Company at Scranton and ndChairman ndChairmanof Chairman Chairmanof
of the th Mining tning Superintendents uperntendents Associa Association Asocia Asociation Associationwas ¬
tion tionwas was w s alsoin alsoin the the city city today today tcdayto to to con consult consuI consuit ¬
suit suI t with wih the operators operators in iD reference to tothe tothe tothe
the strike strikeTo tle tleOO trlkeoaio
OO M 7iThE3S UTITUt UTITUtTOStrike ULTIJZIATUItI ULTIJZIATUItITo
To TOStrike Strike Tomorrovr TOJIO row Unless the lie Scale ScaleIs scnlcI ScaleIs
Is I Paid PaidJACKSON PaIdJACKSON PaidJACKSON
JACKSON Ohio Sept 28 28A 28An An ultimatum ultimatumlas nltmatum nltmatumbeen ultimatumhas
las been 1SSU issued ed 1 by the te district president presidentand presidentand
and member membr of or State Board of United nied MineWorkerg Mine MineWorkers Ine IneWorkers
Workers to the operators peratorot of Oak Hm Hillr this thiscounty ths thsQunt thiscouaty
county Qunt embracing embracingfve five companies compaies ordering orderinga
a strike strke tomorrow tomorow unless unl s the he operators operatorspay operJors operJorspay operaors operaorspay
pay the scale for fQr this thlsdlstrIct district which hkh the theminers theminers
te temIners
miners claim Js lsS Sd O cents per ton against againstCO ag inst instCO
CO cents cent now now being bing pai pail pailE paid paidEND < Jv JvS2TO
END E OF OLO A LONG G STRIKE STRIKEBituminous STRI STRIiunlinous STRIKEBituminous
Bituminous iunlinous Miners ner Resnnie AVorl AVorlAfter WorleAfter Vork VorkAtcrXenrlrn <
After AtcrXenrlrn Nearly a Yeus Yenj YenjALTQONA Years < Idleness ItUencssLTONA IdlenessALTOONA
ALTOONA LTONA Pa a SejiU Se t 28 28The The l longest longeststrike longeststrike ngest ngeststrite
strike strite in the history of the th bituminous Tsituminousregion bituminousregion Ituminousfeg
region feg on was wa settled setted yesterday when theMichel the theMitchell theMitchell
Michel Mitchell mines at atNantyglo Nantyglo resumed resumedafter lcsumed lcsumedafer resumedafter
afer after an idleness of almost a year The Thestrike Te Testiwas Thestrike
strike stiwas was caused by y the refusal of the theMitchell theMitchell theMitchell
Mitchell people to toalow allow the wages of ofthe ofthG ofthe
the check weighinen to be beaid paid throughthe through throughthe
1 the offices of th the company the officials officialsInsisting officialsinsisting
otcials otcialsnsisUn
Insisting nsisUn that such arrangements a rangement shouldbe should shouldbe shouldbe
be made Independent independent of the companys companyspay companyspay ompanyspy
pay roll The ha settement settlement was ws arrived arrived at aton atn aton
on n tle the agreementrthat gc enrthat any of the strik strikers stri stricrswho strikors ¬
ers crswho who elected f1 ledto to do so socould could return return to towork toWDk townxk
work at the thQdistr district district t price priceThe price priceTbe priceThe
The real question questo at issue is IS still stu in inabeyance Inabeyn inabeyance
abeyance abeyn e The Nantyglo Nantlo Union which Is IsOJC jsone isone
one of the strongest ju in the district re remains yemains e emainsint ¬
OJC
mains mainsint mains intact ct I It is ib believed 1evedthat that the pay payment paymont ay aymeIto ¬
mont meIto of the checkweizhmen checkW 4hmen wl will be an anImportant antaiportant
I Important issue ssuc at attle the next nexi conference conferenceof Qnference Qnferenceof
of the operators andminers andminersTrains andminersTrains
I t1e operatorsandminers operatorsandminersI
Trains for forCllcsnpcnke Chesnijcalie Bench BenchLeave DcnebLc BeachLeave
Leave Lc week wee days 1036 103 IQ34 a in m and 2 p at Sun 5undays Sunrn un undy
days dy 10 le a HLJ H 1 a 1 rn 2 and lnd 1 p m mch ra raMcft rnMct
Mcft ch of small II nif iiieans means nean8 goJlt going oi oigtt to o buid buidgit ltuhiii ltuhiiigtt
gtt git best bst lumber and nd inllwortiiews nvorhes and ad low prices pricesit onices onicesit
it t 6th and N Y Yav 3 ave
U
I
I COAL COA OPERATORS WEAKENING WEAKENING3Iiiie WEANH1G WEANH1G3Ile
Mine 3Ile Superintendents In n Session at atAVilUekharre at atWilkclnrre
AVilUekharre ViI Ire to Consider conller StriUc StriUcWILKESBARRE Stri SrilccWILKESBARRE c cWILKSBARE
WILKESBARRE WILKSBARE Pa Sept 2S 2A A A meet meeting meetIngot meeting ¬
ing Ingot of the operators of the leading eadin col colmines coal coalmines coalmines
mines in this part of the State is now nowin nowf
f in session at the office of the Lehigh Ligh Val Valley Vil Villey ValIcy ¬
ley Coal Company CompanY in this city ciy It t com commenced com commcnce coalmenced ¬
menced at 11 oclock oclockThere oclockThere oclockThere
mcnce
There arc art present presenttbe the following fol wing general generalsuperintendents generalslpeintendents generalsuperintendents
superintendents slpeintendents W A ILathrop Lthrop of the theLehigh theLehigh theLehigh
Lehigh Valley VaIey Coal Company Comp Y w J Rich Richards Rcb Rcbards Richarda ¬
ards Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Com Company CompanyE Cornpans ¬
pans panyE E E Loomis Delaware Deaw e andiacka andiackawanna al and lacks lackswanna ck ckwanna
wanna and Western yleatel YeS 1 coal Coal ol Cprapanjf CpmptF Compan Ed Hdward Edwar Edward
ward war R R Rose R se Delaware laware and Hudson HudsonD T TD TD
D Watkins Watkn Temple Coal and Iron Irn Com Company Cowvay Coupany ¬
pany vay and Morris rrIsWiiams Williams Susquehanna SusquehannaCoal
Coal Company CompanyThey Compy CompyTe CompanyThey
They Te are a e u t cussing cus ing the th situation siutnpn situaiionand and the thebest thebst thebest
best bst plan ot t reaching reching a settlemja seteJ sOtt1ernt by bygating bpgranting J Jgranting
granting gating some 8m of otthecncssions the concessions dthand dthanded irrnnd irrnnde nd ndby
e ed < l by the men menIt m mIt menIt
It is understood nndersto that they were wcr er rre rrequested re requested ¬
Xc Xcqu
quested qu t d to to miit m met t by b thepre the presidents pyeIdentfthe pyeIdentfthecompanies dfvthe
entghe entghecmpaies flga flgacompanies
companies cmpaies and report on a a basis bSIS qr oset osetilement r settement set settlement
tlement tement so the presidents preidentcoul could proceed proceedto proceed proceedloa
to loa a practical practcal ending of ft the St1KE strike Su Superintendent Superintendent Scponintendent ¬
perintendent Lathrcp Lthrop was s seen by by a re reporter reporterduning e eprter ¬
porter prter porterduning during urg the morning but he re refused refuse refused ¬
fused fuse to give anything out and would not notI notIoutline
I outline I outne the question qcstQn under ud r discussion discussionL51ETWS dfs d1scusioniR ussion
I II M iR JKS 2RKLFS L51ETWS DEPARTURE DEPAPTTJSSSpeculation DE DEPARTURESpeculatIon T E I
I S Speculation ccu nt on a at atflazictOzi t Hnzleton HnZ1ctou on on nHT il Ilk Trip Tripto Iripto P1 P1to
to to 7cVYorIi 7cVYorIiHAZLETON YuYerkHAZLETON vYoYI
HAZLETON HZLON Pa Sept ept 2S 2STe 2SThe Tie only plYiD plYiDprtat im miportaut i i iportant
portant prtat happening happen g here this morning morng was wasthe w wasth s sthe
the th sudden and ad mysterious myterious departure of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John Mirkle 3iSrk r rk of the te firm fm of G B B Markle MarkieCo 1arke 1arkeCo j jCo
Co for New York at aa early aly hour hourHe hourHe hourHe <
He left Jeddo Jedo on a special train arab in at 2 oclock oclockon
on the te Lehigh Lhigh Valley Valey Railroad Rairoad making makingconnection makin makingeonnceticn I
connection connecton with the Black Diamond Ex Express Erpress ¬ i ipress
press press ai a Mauch rauc Chunk Chunk at 4 oclock ocIQc ior iorNew icrNew er erNew
New York YorkIt York YorkIt
It I is alleged aleged thatMr that Mr Markle Ikl was ws asked askedto askedto askedto
to attend a conference of coal operators operatorsand oeratora oeratoraand operatorsand
and railway raiway magnates ma ates having in i view vew a asettlement asettement asettlement
settlement settement of the present prcentcoal coal strike No Xoconfnpaton Noconfirmation Noconfirmation
confirmation confnpaton of this supposition s ppcsion Is obtain obtainable obtIn obtInable obtainable ¬
able here William Wiiam Smith Mr Markles Marklesgeneral Markiesgeneral farklesgeneral
general superintendent while whieadiitng whieadiitngI admitting admittingthat admittingthat
I that tat he had gone to New York at the early earlyhour earlyhour
hour mentioned mentone said that tat I it was only in inthe inte inthe
the te pursuance of private business affairs affairsand afairs affairsand i iand
and that he had not been beensumoned beeasummoned summoned to any anyconference anyconference I Iconference
conference conferenceThe conferenceThe i iThe
The impression prevails prevais here that Mr MrMarkle MrMarkie Ir IrMarkle
Markle has been asked to appear at a ameeting ameetng ameeting
meeting meetng of the tecoa coal road officials ofcials In New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York York to explain the means by bywhic which hI he hemade hamadO
made mad his arbitration arbitrton scheme acceptable acceptableto acceptble acceptbleto
to at least a sufficient proportion cf cr his hiamen his hismen
men to allow nlowh him m to operate his hiscol collier collieries collierlea ¬
ies for although altough witha with a reduced force forcethere forcethee forcethere
there thee can be no question that they theyae theyaebeing are arebeing arebeing
being operated and that there thsre has been beEn a asmall asmall asmalL
small small but but steady increase increse in his hisforce hisforceduring force forceduring forceduring
during the last few days daysIt daysI daysIt
It I is believed beleved here that some sort of ofsettlement ofsettement ofsettiement
settlement settement has or very Yer soon will wiba wibamade ba bamade bemade
made The developments of the tl next nexttwentyfour nexttwentyfour nexttwentyfour
twentyfour hours hOUI are re looked forward forwardto forwrd forwrdto
to with great gret interest interestAll int interestAll rest restAl
All Al the collieries coliio1ies which whch were ere workin workinor working workingor
or idle yesterday are in the same c cc ceidi ceiditioa < mdi mdition > di diton
tion ton totay today There was no disbrdsr dis rdr of ofany ofany ofany
any kind this thismorningd morning and th tl tliare < re tre treno re reno rano
no fears of a n a distrubance distrubanceCAEDrfTAL distribanc distribancCADIAGIBONSVW distrObanceOARpIKAL
CAEDrfTAL CADIAGIBONSVW OARpIKAL GIBBONS VIEWS VIEWSReady VIEWSReady
Ready to 0 Arbitrate birntc1hCJ the lIners n r Strike StrikeIf Strikej
If j Formally FormuH AwUeil AwUeilBALTIMORE Ai4ketiBALTMORE lietl lietlBALTUORE
BALTIMORE BALTUORE Sept 23 2Sardinal Cardinal Gib Gibbons Gb Gibhoes ¬
I hoes DOn stands standsredy ready to arbitratC arbitrate the ti miners minersstrike mile mmcxcstrike 5 5strike
strike He said this tis morning morningI moring moringI
I have consented conented to arbitrate arb1rnte the dif difference di differeace ¬
I ference terenceI in n the ie coal reg regions ions providing proVi din g I am amformally a amformally
formally forIy asked to do so by both parties partiesThe partiesThe partiesThe
The matter mater has been presented to me In Inan inan inan
an informal informa way by bYb both thsides sides but nothing nothingdefinite nothinbdefnite nothingdefinite
definite defnite has been done on up tc to t this tis time timethough timetbough timethough
though there seems see to be a a strong reasOn nieoafor n reasOnfor if n nfor
for believing belevingth that t I it is close to th the point pointwhere Iont polntwhere
where there thee is s lightahead light ahead Ihnve I have bean betnapproached betn betnapprpacheds beanapproached
approached several veral times tmes That lsr is what whatyou whatyou whatyou
you might call cl feelers feeler have been ben thl thrown thrownout thrownout wn wnout
out to be sure that I could act actWhile act actWhile
While Whie i feel that no mistake would be bemade bema bemade
made ma e by the theseleetono selection of Archbishop Ryan Ryanof Rranof RyanofPhiladelphia
of Philadelphia of Phidelpha if I am formaly formally asked in inthe inthe Inthe
the interest of vthe the public I could 1ot 1otof not hotfif notof
of course refuse and nd wbuld ld not notArclibishop notArchbishop I IfArcbbishop
Arclibishop Archbishop Ryan as is is a fairminded f and andequitable andequitable i iequiable1an
equitable equiable1an man H He is on the ground as asit aslwereand asit
it lwereand were and understands the te situation situationand siuton siutonand sitUatiOnand
and the people pe plemuch much better than I Arch Archbishop irchbishop ¬
A1c
bishop Ryan Ryn I am sure would render renderd a adecision adOcislon
decision d clsion that ttt could not ot beother than thn sat satisfactory satistactoryto satisfactory ¬
isfactory istactoryto to both sides in the controversy controversybut controvers controversbutslnld cOntroversybut
but butslnld should they come to me for formally Iyas IyasI as asI asI
I say fay f 1shall shall shal endeavor to do likew likewise likewiseSr0 likewiteit35 se se3O
it35 Sr0 Special SpecinISntlrdnyrh3 Saturday Trip 3oO 3oOTo Zii0To = O OTo
To Old Od l6iot P < it Norfolk orolkYirini Virginia Beach CcJJ and andOcean andOcean nd ndOcen
Ocean Ocen View via via Norfolk and De1 WasSiiagtei Wa lin steamer steamerSaturday Eimer EimerSat steamerSaturday
Saturday Sat rday 630 pm p in Round Rundtrip trip tickets tek ts to u Font Eortilontoeaad Fr FontMonroe
ilontoeaad Monroe1ndNotfolgod Monroe and Norfolkgood to return rrun Mondav Macday Db night mgh nigkte5o
350 5 For Focetatcroontpbone titcropaiplion ttroo phoDt 750 i Schcdiile SCba I page7 page7pive pageiSe af 7 7We >
We pive glyeJti1s bids frcJcriit 1rlJhtpa freight paid I to toOntoftown ooniof oonioffnm bhtof bhtofI
I town fnm st1t stations ons or 1J lprnb6raE11 1ptb lnnbtr r2t aed rnillwork nlUworl hauled lelo leloccntrl lo locctntry 10ccantry
cctntry ccntrl F F Ijbbsir Lbb Co 0
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JemocratiCan Democratic Candidate date Leaves Sioux SionxCity SiouxCiy SiouxCity
City Ciy for South DakotaGJcered Dakota DakotaThe DakotaCheered
GJcered Cheered b by CoWtIH CrowtiM nt IIH Ills Depurr DepurrTJJe Departure DepartureThe <
The Nelrraskan el ralkan in the tie Best DeK ot otthe oflfealfji
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the tle General Gencrn Situation SInnton Looking LookingForward LODkingForurc1 LookingForward
Forward Forurc1 to an a Axdnonf Ac1toufClpalg Compaigix Compaigixin Campalgn CampalgnIn
in iu11e the Ka Ent t t Where There Tlere I 18 nii niiOverrrhelininB an anOcrIlelmIngDemnnc1 anOverwhelining
OverrrhelininB OcrIlelmIngDemnnc1 Demand forx for for Ad Addreascs 1 1reJscs L Ldresses
dresses reJscs hy the Xeader LeucrADemou LeucrADemouHtraton Lezulert A DemonstriatIon Demon DemonKtration
striatIon Htraton at Aberdeen Tonigrht TonigltTo TonigltToTracrHc TonightTo TonightToTraverse To ToTraverse
Traverse South Dakota Dnotn Tomorrow TomorrotvSIOUX Tomorrow TomorrowSIU TomorrowSioux
SIOUX SIU CITY CIT Iowa Sept Sept 28 28Mr Mr rr Brns Brnsr Bryans Bryansspecial Bryansspecial
special car r which h Ch arrived arIYed here late latel last lastnight matnight t tnight
night left here at breakfasttime breakfasttme this thismorning ts tsmorning thismorning
morning but despite despie the early hour hou oC oCits otis ofits
its is departure deparure the depot was crowded crowdedwith crowdedwih crowdedwith
wih with enthusiastic enthusiatc admirers of the theDemo theDemocrati Demo Democraticf Deo Deocrti
craticf crti crati candidate who cheered him and andwished anl andwIshed
wished vshed wIshed him godspeed god5pe d as he bowed boed farewell farewellto faremll faremllto
to Sioux City CityMr Cit CityMr
Mr lr Bryans Brns car ca was sidetracked sIdetcked hero herolast he6c he6clast herelast
last night night and he was able to t get getsoDe getsoDequletsleep some somequiet somequiet
quiet quletsleep sleep He expressed himself himsel this thismorning t thlemorning
morning as gratified grtfed with wih the situation situationand sitati sitirathenand
and is ready for a most aggressive aggresiv cam campaign cnI campaign <
paign paig in the East EastMr EastMr
Mr 11 Bryans Brans health healh was never better betterhis bete betterhis
his Voice oice is i In good condition conditonad coaditlonnad and he he1s he1smaking is ismaking i imaking
making easy eay work of o his Western Wester speech speeches speecheSsaving ¬
es eSsaving saving his strength stengh for the Eastern Easterncampaign Elte Eltecapaig Easterncampaign
campaign capaig where he expects epeets to be greatly greatlytaxed gety greatlTtaxed
taxed on Qn account of the earnest earnet demands demandsof demand demanulof
of the Democrats of many States Sttes for forspeeches fr frspeecheS fpr I Ispeeches
speeches speecheS Mr Ir Bryan wi1 will not be able abe tl tleler to todeliver todeliver
deliver eler addresses in half hal the places that thathave tt tthve thathave
have hve invied Invited him but will wi be guided guidedbi by bythft bythe
the thc State leaders in selecting selectng those tos whee wheethe whcx whcxthe vcneret vcneretthe
the most goods likely lkely to result to the thecause thecauSe thecause
cause cauSe from fromhilogc nislogic and and his eloquence eloquenceThe eloquenceThe elogneaceThe
The Democrats of the East are eager eagerly eagerII ¬
ly II awiting awitng Mr I Bryans Brans coming cming for they theyexpect theyepect theyexpect
expect his hs speeches to give a new n w and andan ami amian andan
an Irresistible irresistble Impetus impetu to the tle Democratic Democraticcampaign Democrtc Democrtccampaig Democraticcampaign
campaign campaig work work in i that tht section secton of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryIowa countryIow countryIoua
Iowa Iow Trill wi see the last of Mr Bryan Bryantoday BIn Bryantoday
today as as his train trai will wi crass the border borderinto harder harderinto borderinto
into South Dakota DakotaThis DakataThis DakotaThis
This afternoon aferoon the Nebraskan Xebraskn vlF vlFmake willniake will willmake
make his principal stop at Sioux Siou Falls Fallswhere FaHs FaHswhere Fallswhere
where thouand thousands are ar gathering gtherng to hear hearhim hr hrhim hearhim
him speak There wl will be a grand grnd rally rallyaround rlY rlYround raliyaround
around the Democrtc Democratic standardbearer standardbearerat standarbearer standarbearerat
at Aberdeen S Dale Dak tonight tcnlg t Tomorrow TomorrowMr Tomorrowr TomorrowMr
Mr r Bryan Bryn will wH speak at several severl points pointsin pointsin
in North Xort Dakota Dakot and is assured assued a rous rousing rous rousIng rouslag
ing reception receptionBODIES recepton receptonBODIS receptioaBODIES =
BODIES BODIS ON PELICAN PEICA ISLA2OX ISLA2OXUnited IL ILn ISINDLflitel <
United n i ct1 States Engineers EUfiut rs Make uke a aGhastly n cc ccGhastly <
Ghastly Kind KindGALVESTON lJd lJdGALVESTN FindGALVESTON
GALVESTON GALVESTN Sept 28 28A A surveying surveyingparty sueyngpfrty surveyIngparty
party pfrty of ot United Unie States Ette engineers engieers went to toPelican toPelcn toPeljcan
< = Pelican Pelcn Island yesterday yetrfY to locate a abeacon a abaco abOacon
beacon baco On landing landlnr near ner the shere they theyfound theyfound ey
< found fOUId on a space SJc of o about ten tefeet tefeetsqmlre feet feetsquare fectsquare
square the bodies bodes of six ix persons Dersn AIT AIThadbeen All Allhad L Lbadbeen
hadbeen had been looted lootesomehaving some having their fin fingers fin fingOre
gOre g s flut ut off of by the gbonls go l The ensI ensIneers engiI engiInoons
nlg
neers ners Interred iterred the hurricane hurricna victims victimsand vidtimsand tD J Jrand
rand and hastily hasty left the island islnd They are areconfident areI areconfident
I confident confdent there are numerous nuerous bodies on onthe ontbe onthe
the island uninterrel uninterrelAll uninterre1 uninterreAll
All Al the trunks so far removed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the debris have haeben been found broken brken open openand open openand oponand
and robbed of their teir contents contens Despite Despiteall Despie Despieal Despiteall
all al precautions precutons much looting 10alng is yet et be being being being
ing done and the looters escape detec detection dete deteeLion
Lion tionla ton tonMYOR
la MYOR MAYOB TOS SIMPSON SON ASSAULTED ASSATTLTEDAttackcil ASSAUTBD ASSAUTBDAtncIoell1 I IAttacked
Attacked AtncIoell1 ily y the Son i o of Alexandrias AlexandriasChief Uenc1rius Uenc1riusChief cj u uChief
Chief of Police PoliceALEXANDRIA Polcc PolccALE PolleeALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA ALE XDRI Va Sept 28 2SWHlam 2SWHlamWcbser 28William 28WilliamWebster William WilliamWebster
Webster Wcbser son sn of ofChief Chief Webster of or the tepa tepaf po police paIlee ¬
lice lce Jor force assaulted Mayor Simpson Sipson a at tth tthcorer the thecorner thecorner
f corner corer of 1f Cameron and St St Asaph Streets Streetsibis Steetsl Steetsltbis StreetsI StreetsIthis
ibis morning and Inflicted infcte a wound on his hishead nishead hishead
head which Dr Smith says saysresulted resulted resuled from froma fromablowfrom from fromablow
a ablowfrom ablow blow from a a blunt instrument Webster Webstercannot Webstercannot Vebstercannot
cannot be b found fotnd by the te police policeThe polee poleeTh policeThe
The Th cause cuse for the thettack attack on MeyonSimp MeyonSimpson I2yorSimp I2yorSimpson
son is said to have been ben an article arti le publish published pubUshed published ¬
ed in the he Alexandria Aleandria Gazette Gaete or yester yesterday yesterdl yesterday ¬
day dl over the the mayors ayors signature The ar article artice antide ¬
tide tice in question was over a a column and ad a ahalf ahaI ahalf
half haI in length and criticised the thepoUce police de department dep departmcnt ¬
partment p rtment and ed the administration administraton of Chief ChiefWebster Chi Chicbste ChiefWebster
Webster cbste Alderman Hill Hi who hs baa nas an In Interest 11 Intereit ¬
terest in the Alexandria race track tr < ck also alsocame alsume alsocame
came me in for a hare of comment cmment In thi thicommunication tis tiscommunicton thia thiacommunication
communication communicationDRUGGIST communicton communictonDRUGGIST communicationDRUGGIST
DRUGGIST CONNOR COJifOR EINE3X EINE3XOne FID FIDOne PThTEYOne
One Hundred Tuntlrell Dollars for Violation Violationpi iolntioxiof
pi l the hc Pharriiaey PIrnluc Ph rthnoy Act ActArthur ActArthur i iArthur
Arthur N Connor druggist drgist at Fourth Fourthand Fourthand Fourthand
and N Street Str et northwest northwest was arraigned arraignedtoday arrigncd arrigncdtoday arraignedtoday
today before Judge Kimball mbal charged chargedwith eh4rged eh4rgedwith chrgedwith
with a violation of the Pharmacy Pharacy cat catConnor catConnor catConnor
Connor is the proprietor of the estab estabHshnient estab1shl1 estabEshipant
Hshnient 1shl1 mt where was wa sold old the prescription prescriptioncontaining ire5crption ire5crptioncontaining prescriptioncontaining
containing containing atropia which caused the theand thedeath thedeath >
death Suday Sunday night ot Miss mssEva Eva Melng Melngand Melling Mellingand >
and who was as on Monday held by y a acoro acoroners coro coroners coroners
ners jury jJr to be responsible rsponsible for her lll death deathThe deathTh deathTht
The Th coiplaina complainant t this morning moring was ws In Inspector Inspector Inspector ¬
spector Proctor Po tor who alleges 1Ieges that Connor Connoremployed Cornioremployed CoOnoremployed
employed two unregisteret pharmacists pharmacistsThrough pharmwlst pharmwlstTrough pharmacistsThrough
Through Trough his attorney atorney Connor Clnnor entered a aplea aplea aplea
plea of guilty giy and was ordered orered to pay payfne a afine afine
fine fne of 1CO lCOJudge Judge Kimball declined declned a re request requet request
quest quet a to reduce the fine file to 50 50COLLTEEIES 50COLIIISREY 5OCOLLIERIES
COLLIERIES COLIIISREY HEADY TO CLOSE CLOSEGeneral COSE COSEGeneral CLOSEGeneral
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< Thomas Hall HaJ administrator administrtor of his hissons h8sons hIssons
sons estate today through throuJ h his attor attorneys atoro atoroneys attorneys
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and that on September 10 l he went into intothe intothe intothe
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