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THE LEWISTON EVENING TELLER
Volume 24
LEWISTON, IDAHO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1900.
Number 14 i
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HUNTING SEASON
OPENS AUGUST 15
We have a full stock of shells
in all sizes of shot, different
bores—10, 12 and 14, powder
and shot, cleaners, in fact
everything you need except
the game
DENT & BUTLER, Drugs.
Telephone
15
r
Wickless
Elue Flame
Oil Stoves
EASY TO OPERATE
ABSOLUTELY SAFE
No smoke or smell, and are pronounced so hy all
users. KITCHEN COOLERS for this warm weather
2S6, Main St.
FLETCHER HARDWARE CO.
Hats Off, Please.
ATTENTION!
TAKE OFF YOUR HAT—LOOK AT
IT—YOU NEED A NEW ONE.
WE HAVE THEM, STYLE AND
QUALITY, ALL THAT CAN BE DE
SIRED. WE ARE OUT OK SOME
SIZES IN SOME KINDS BUT THE
LOT CONTAINS ALL SIZES.
THIS LOT TO CLOSE AT ABOUT
HALF PRICE. THINK OF IT, A $3 50
HAT FOR (P j QO AND OTHER
PRICESIN PROPORTION.
Who K O. A. KJOS
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PURIFICATION OF WATER
W ATER is no more necessary to life
than pure water is to health. Be
cause persous have ilratik ques
tionable water and still live is no evi
dence that they would not have lived
la tter on pure water. Because one sur
vives a dose of poison, it is is no reason
that poison is good or harmless.
IT IS REASONABLE,
if a badly polluted water causes severe
and fatal'disease, that slightly impure
water may slowly undermine the health
hy being the cause of a host of ailments
and inabilities of body for which the suf
ferer finds no apparent cause.
When a citv is supplied with only
doubtfully pure water, no family should
he without a private filter.
We are Sole Agents for the
PASTEUR
GERM PROOF
FILTER.
Gill and Sec Them Work
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SACRED
CITY
Taken and Emperor and
Empress Dowager Flee
From Pekin.
GREAT CHINESE
UPRISING
Chinese Troops Gathering by the
Thousands—Allies in Banger—
U. S. Refuses Peace Terms.
London, Aug. 21.—The following dis
patch has been received from Rear Ad
miral liunce:
"Taku, Aug. 19.—Allies reported to
have entered sacred city of Pekin on
August 17.
Washington, Aug. 21—The govern
ment has received positive confirmation
from official Chinese sources of the de
parture of the emperor and empress
dowager from Pekin. They went west
ward hut the point at which they are now
located is not given.
Shanghai, Aug. 21.—6:10, p. m.—The
foreign officials here learn that the tele
graph from Tien Tsin has lieen cut. The
position of tlie ullies is now uncertain as
a large liody of Chinese has now taken
to the field.
Tikn Tsin, Thursday Aug. 16.—About
5000 Chinese troops, which are reported
to have been at Sung Lin Chung left to
day for Pietsang. Two thousand more
Chinese troops have gone toward Tung
Chow.
Washington, Aug. 21.—The cabinet
today decided to reject the latest appeal
from Li Hung Chang for cessation of hos
tilities. The reply will lie communicated
at once to the Chinese government with
a statement of the reasons for the action
of this governmeut. The rejection is
based on the non-compliance of the Chi
nese government with the specific pro
visions of the declaration of the United
States under the date of August 12th.
Shanghai, Aug. 20.—It is reported by
Chinese officials that Li Hing Hing, the
anti-foreign leader, was wounded on the
10th. and died on the 12th inst.
Washington, Aug 20—The following
message was received from Minister
Fowler at Chu Foo dated 15th: On the
evening of the 13U1 it was reportnd that
all the Presbyterian missionaries at Poo
Fig Fu were killed on June 30th and
I their possessions burned. Catholic suf
I fered the same fate
Chinese Treachery Exposed.
J New York, Aug. 21.—The Herald's
; Pekin dispatch of August 17, via Shang
hai, August 20, says:
I Contrary to the agreement of allied
^ commanders the Russians advanced ami
j occupied the first door of the east gate
: early in the morning of the 14th, but fail
I ed to force tlie second door. At 2o'clock
: 011 the afternoon of the 14th the British!
1 and Americans entered the gate near the
! legations and met with only slight resist
i ance. The Japanese met more serious op
j position at the upper east gate all day.
At midnight on the 14th they blew up
the gate and entered the city Many
! Chinese were killed. The people in the
; legations were well hut somewhat starved,
j Minister Conger said: "They tried to
j annihilate us the day liefore you got in.
; Prince Ching, president of the tsung li
! y amen, sent word that his officers had
j received orders to cease firing
j 011 us under pain of death. At 7
; o'clock the evening of the same day the
Chinese opened fire and this continued
! all night. If the relieving column had
not arrived when it did we should proha
! hly have succumbed. The Americans
lost seven marines killed ami 15 wound
I ed and one child died. The w hole movc
ment is purely a governmental one The
Boxers are only a pretense, having no
guns. The confidential advisor of ti e
empress dowager was leader of the im
perial troops here. In 11 days over 2000
shells fell among us."
The American marines under Captain
Myers held a position on the wall
throughout the siege. Upon the allies
passing the wall the Chinese retreated.
The imperial family left four days ago
for Shan Si province. It is estimated
that the strength of the Pekin garri
son was loixi men. The legation
was urged to leave the city under
an escort of Chinese troops, hut they re
fused, fearing treachery. The American
losses in action were greatest. Captain
Reilly was killed. In an interview Sir
Claude MacDonald, British minister
states: "The Chinese broke every engage
ment with the foreign ministers. The
total casualties during the siege of the
legations were 67 killed and 120
wounded." #
New Road Down Columbia.
Portland, Aug. 21.—The Oregonian
today said:
"It is considered by many as quiteeer
taiu that the purchase of the projierty ol
the Ilwaco Railway & Navigation com
pany hy the O. R. & N. company will lie
consumated in the near future, and that
a railroad will lie built by the O. R. & N.
from Frankfort to Ilwaco. This will give
tlie O. R. & N. company control of the
seaside travel butweeu Portland und
North Beach. Behind this is a prospect
of the O. K. & N. building a road from
Portland to Frankfort. It is known that
L. Gerlinger, the Vancouver brewer, has
secured the right-of-way for a railroad
down the Washington shore of the Co
lumbia and that a survey of this line has
been made this summer. It is surmised
that this survey has been made in the
interest of the O. R. & N., and it isproh
able that if at any time the O. K. & N.
is forced to haul wheat to the mouth of
the river it will, by building tl- road and
a bridge across the Columbia able to
do so over its own line."
To Celebrate Fraternity.
Columbus, O., Aug. 21.—Young ladies
from nearly all the leading colleges ami
universities in the country are here at
tending the fifteenth biennial convention
of the Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity,
which holds its sessions during the next
four days at tlie Ohio State University.
Brown university Swarthmore college,
Barnard College, De Pauw university,
the University of Illinois, Albion college,
University of Michigan, and other lead
ing institutions which have chapters of
the fraternity are well represented by the
delegates who arrived today. The visi
tors are lieing entertained by the BetaNu
chapter in this city. This evening there
will lie an informal reception and tomor
row morning the convention will begin
its busines sessions.
Bryan not Invited.
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 21.—The Michi
gan Stale Federation of Colored Woman's
Clubs is holding its initial convention in
Detroit today. The aim of tlie federa
tion is the elevation and betterment of
colored women ami the colored race gen
erally. The organization dates from the
meeting held last year in Chicago, at
which time the national ami state feder
ations were perfected.
!
Allied Forces Take the Sacred City.
London, Aug. 21.—Admiral Dunce re
port from Tokio umler date of the 19th:
Allies reported to have entered the
sacred city in Pekin on tlie 19th. The
sacred city is the inner temple of Chi
nese exclusiveness. All admission has
heretofore been forbidden. Entrance to
the sacred city means the route of the
Chinese.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
EmmeTSBUrg, la., Aug. 21. —The
Iowa field trails clubs have assembled
here for the aunual contests for setters
and pointers. The assembly promises
to he the largest ever held in the state.
The trials this year will be judged by
Edward Osthaus, of Toledo, O. ; John
Barker, of Racine, Wis.; and Dr. E. R.
Hickerson, of Moberly, Mo.
Another Boiler Explosion.
Glkneord, O. Aug. 21.—Marion Ilels
j ford's sawmill Ixnler exploded today,
j killing Laviga Dulplen, Else« Wanegart
* son and a man named McLaughlin.
Their Ixxlies were horribly mutilated,
having liven blown a great distance.
The owner of the mill was seriously in
jured. The cause of the accident is un
known.
WALLERT
CAPTURED
Narrowly Escayes Lynch
ing by the Citizens of
Arlington.
BRYAN
THE POPULIST
lit Acctpti in « Speech ol four
Thousand Words on Trusts and
Imperialism.
'
St. Paul, Aug. 21. —An Arlington
sjivcial sayB: Wallert, who yesterday
butchered his wife, four stepchildren
and seriously wounded another 16-year
old stepson, was captured this'morning
in a barn 011 the place of his sister, Mrs.
Sleinherti, about two miles from the
scene of his crime. He was hidden under
a manger. Wallert made a somewhat in
coherent confession, but became more
careful under questioning, When Wal
lert was in custody tlie officers passed the
house where the bodies of the murdered
family lay a hastily organized crowd at
tempted to lynch him, hut lie was taken
in safety hy the officers.
Not So Bad.
Sheboygan, Wis , Aug 21.—A careful
review of the havoc caused hy yesterday's
tornado shows damage far less than at
first thought. The number of huildiugs
destroyed and badly damaged is not over
75 and the pecuniary loss is in the neigh
lairhood of $nxi,o.xi. The most remarka
ble feature is that no lives were lost.
Bryan It Ready
Lincoln, Neil, Aug. 21.—Mr. Bryan
today completed his speech to he deliv
ered at Topeka Thursday in response to
the notification of his populist nomina
tion. The speech is about 4txx> words in
length and deals largely with tlie trust
question. Mr. Bryan also considers at
some length the prosperity contention ol
the republicans. He again presents im
perialism as the paramount issue and
gives some figures to show the burdens
which he claims militarism will impose
upon the people.
A Swe'I Society Function.
Newport, R. I., Aug. 20.—Swell so
ciety is agog in anticipation of tlie dance
to lx- given tonight hy Mrs. Stuyvvsant
Fish. If half the novel dances that
rumor says will be the features of the
entertainment actually take place the
function will certainly he one of the most
unique of the present Season at Newport.
The most feature, it is said, will lie the
vintage dance, to lx* participated in hy
men and maids who will appear ill peas
ant costumes of the different countries
o
BUYS ONE OF
EASTMAN'S
BROWNIE
CAMERAS
ONE ROLL OF
FILMS INCH'D
ED....SIIND US
ONE DOLLAR
INSTAMPS and
WE will MAIL
IT TO Y O IT,
POSTAGE PAID
Owl Drug Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
where the old custom ol making wine
by treading the grapes with bare feet
prevails. Besides the grape dance there
are to lx; numerous other charater dances
ami ballets.
Delaware Republicans in a Tangle.
Wilmington, Del., Aug. at.—'Though
Delaware is a little state the republicans
within its confines deem three conven
tions for the nomination of their state
ticket none too many. The Addicks fac
tion held a "snap" convention at Dover
two weeks ago and named their candi
lates for governor aud other state offi
cers. Though taken somewhat hy sur
prise the Dupont faction, or regular re
publicans, decided to "fight the devil
with fire" and accordingly called a state
convention for the nomination of state
candidates to he held here today. The
Addicks faction, in order to comply with
some of the provisions of the election
law which were overlooked in the hurry
of their recent convention, are t-i hold u
second convention next Wednesday. It
is also given out that they will then' he
ready to consider any overtures that may
lx- made hy the Dupont leaders looking
to a reconciliation and the restoration of
harmony in the republican rauks. The
sentiment of the regular republican dele
gates who are gathering for tomorrow's
convention does not seem to indicate that
they will yield to Addicks. It will lie
for Addicks and his lieutenants, they de
clare, to say whether they will lie willing
to withdraw their ticket and come in auil
support the ticket to lie nominated to
morrow.
Weary Willies Hold a Convention.
Britt, la,, Aug. 21.—Farmers in this
vicinity are unchaining their watch dogs
and loading their shot guns with salt
and pepper in anticipation of the inva
sion of tramps that is scheduled for this
week. The occasion is announced in the
ilficial organ of the Tourists Union and
also made public by the mysterious chalk
writings on fences and barns along the
roadways of the west, is the second an
nual convention of the National society
of hoboes. The organization was brought
into existence last year at a round-up of
''wenry willies" held at Danville, 111 .,
and, since that time, according to report,
there has lx-en a gratifying increase in
membership if not in finances. Though
Britt has not hud much experience in
entertaing national conventions, its citi
zens are doing their best in the way of
preparations to insure a warm reception
for the visiting delegates. The officers
are: President, "Onion" Cotton, of Dan
ville, 111.; head pipe, C. F. Noe, Hyca
more, III.; chief route picker, Gilman
Fera, Chicago. These officers, and other
leading lights of the organization are
scheduled to reach here by special box
car in time for the formal opening of the
convention Wednesday.
Brescl Wants Witnesses.
Rome, Aug. 21. —Bresci, tlie ussassin
of King Humbert, has asked for a post
ponctuent of his trial until witnesses can
arrive from tlie United States.
Land Office Noies.
The Buffalo Hump syndicate made ap
plication today in the land office for a
patent to the "White Hird" mining claim
situated in the Robbins milling district,
Buffalo Hump.
Ernest McCullough, C. E., states that
he is prepared now to take a few students
in mathematics, surveying and mechanic
al drawing. 132-1
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