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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1900, Austin, Minnesota HERALD Austin Minnesota Saturday September 22 1900 10 cents per week trong Temptations Early New Fall Goods Are arriving daily Furs Cloaks Dress Goods at reduced pi TAITS Austin are arriving daily All thy newest best styles at low prices to induce you to buy now Every item a Genuine Bargain Furs Cloaks Dress Goods at Greatly Prices Cloaks Capes Etc We to wr our lice of tr winter how cheap iLey are CO a reir IS price only t Jacket W 0 taa or alj CA to the A tao Jacket oce of Iii Sral like real Alaska Seal worth 701 P OR O II iO Th jles Kid Cloven r our c Jl co 51 15 CfcC irtf tea worth ftc saJe price per yd 4L Staple Apron R u 5 Cents 4 Dress Ctn t price y tte 10 cent 7 price oalf per yard A price on Dress Goods full of colors 1 Vr price A ii IncI of sale wool Trench Serpe anj rtz price sale Oft K inch teg 90 per taU AU tbX vile ll reduce prices BLOOD IS Two Persons Are Killed and Seven Wounded by a Posso at and Deputies Trying to Stop Demonstrations by the Strikers STATE TROOPS SENT FOR City Council Passes tions Asking the Governor for the Militia Saloons Are Closed and the Armsand tion Prohibited Groceries Pa posse oa a crowd of riotous men near here two persons and seven others Sheriff Toole and Deputies O'Donnell and called to to suppress the mobs that threatened tha mine workers property At time tho three sheriffs went to Ridge colliery of the Reading company to escort the their Tho colliery a short distance tatt of The workmen left for homo 4 o'clock They up th middle of East Center street reached the railroad station Here a largo crowd o Slavs and Hungarians men and children who lined both eides of the A shot rang on a This was followed by ai shower of Many of th crowd had I Up Sticks and end were acting in a threatening man- cir Seeing this the sheriff who had previously cautioned his men to keep cool and not to use their firearms com- manded them to The order was obeyed with terrible The crowd the sheriff and his to the Hoaso where they took Sheriff Toole shortly after telephoned to Harrisburg and that a ment of troops bo sent It was learned that Adjutant General Stewart was in Philadelphia and a telegram was sent to him there The were Mike who was in the and a little girl name unknown in the back MITCHELL'S ESTIMATE of the Oat To Sept Mitchell at noon gave out tho following Reports received at this office show hat SO per cent of the mine workers of his region aro on strike numbers are joining tha ranks of the daily All that go on strike lave remained out aud from their own they are determined to win Many of tho coal companies havo run heir breakers trying to create the im- that tho men were at work SHOWS ITS HAND Discloses All of Its Purposes Regarding the Chinese Full and Complete Answers Have Been Addressed to the Powers HAS FAILED OF APPROVAL Rejects German Proposal to Punish Chinamen Who Arc Responsible Baking Powder Mad from pure creai tartar Believed Bulk of the American Troops Will Bo Returned to Manila Saieguatv.0 food against alum Alum hiking are cert to health of tlie present A big cub in prices for one week Make money by purchasing of A but they were running empty cars In- stead of foil ones Reports from every mining arc highly satisfactory arc law abiding The la test re por t from the 1 over anthracite repion shows that the mines City and and iu tho Vicinity of two places are completely up We expect to verify the prediction that cite diner would cease work of the neck During the riot windows were- TEAS and COFFEES Tea price pr Tea in Ja acd Sintos price pound ry-K-Laatd Jira price pound 1 Crackers per poured per poca fur Soap for 17 cents n Muscat for cents d Saron Soap foe C the White per 3 5 Ib fits for cents Carolini Klee per Scents Bice per pound l I Com Starch l Ib 5 cents Silver GlosA Starch per pound Foam for per pound can Cream Tartar Powder dc for 3 White Wiae per gallon pure Cider per per gallon cents Silver Drip Syrup 53 All Kinds of Canned Goods at Special Prices TAIT'S broken buildings wrecked and a ber of persona The for- eigners had a meeting and More Trouble Feared unless the militia arrives Boon The sheriff has asked the Philadelphia and Reading company to abandon the Idea of working the collieries here and the company consented to do so Up to a late Hungarian that was permitted to He in tho gutter where he dropped Foreigners of t class say a d tad man 15 of no use and they refuse to care for the remains council held a meeting mil passed calling apon the governor to send militia They also de- tKl to enforce martial law were sent out to order to close places and to keep closed until peace was restored It wai also decided to prohibit the sale of firearms TROOPS ORDERED OUT I Texas Experiences Disastrous Rain and Storms at Dallas Rises Thirty Pectin Less Than four Hours BY HIGH WIND anV Houses Aro Reported Unroofed and Trees Bent to tho Ground fan Declare the Injury to Cotton Crop Will Be Ten Per Cent in min me to the cotton 10 per Trains on f road in Texas ii time and tho Id to Central wo tied op for he at Trinity riv o bo caught by a flood doling the News from tho Panhandle belt may add to the seriousness of the communication is badly Rim begaa fill I'D late in tha after- noon aud ceded ot II a- m During that interval tbo fall some Tbs rain by which unroofed bouses and tent to the ground At Fort considerable loss was sustained Tho Trinity river left its banks the night and the valley so far as tho eye could see was a sheet The river rose 21 feet during tho night The city park was submerged to a depth of- four feet and ths waterworks was an island HANNA WEST to Sooth Sept States Senator of tho tivo committee of the Republican lional committee announces that hly ho will mate an tour of tho West in South Dakow On his return from the East the senator will make a decision as to his campaign plans Tho is anxious to follow Senator in tho matter of speeches and Alto de- reply to Mr Bryan in the state Tho FOUR STRUNG UP of Lynched ftt lla NEW Sept Four groes were hah gvd parish the night after the jail in tho village of had been broken open and the prisoners accused of robbing the family of Henry Holfelter had been taken from their cells Holfelter who re- colored men was choked and beaten so unmercifully that sho lost her mind Wholesale lynchings arc feared The men lynched Isaiah aged IS Charles Elliott bam SO There were 14 colored suspects in the jail accused of various robberies A committee of white zens called on Mix and ed tho keys to the Tho sheriff refused to produce them Area were brought aad tho Was Immediately of of Cft toere'that it has decided to concentrate heavy work thj states ARRIVING Indian to Opened on Oct 1 Wash Sept of at Brewster and in Indian which is to be opened for on chiefly from Iowa the and Indiana Between Re- public and boundary of rhe reservation over are n locating settlers for to each On Oct I between and will swarm over tho reserve to secure possession set their takes SYRACUSE Neb Sept speech here Mr Bryan announced that in his speech at Nebraska City neil Wednesday evening he would discuss the trust question because ol the ence there of tho starch combination lie eaid that tho Democrats believed as mach in tariff reform as they had in 1692 as mach in the coinage of silver as they had in 1896 hot neither of these was the Issue of supreme im- portance now Pa Sept regiments of infantry a battery and a troop of cavalry was ordered out at midnight by Governor Stone to assist Sheriff Toole in order in the mino action was taken after a conference between the governor Adjutant General Stewart and General Gobin on the earnest solicitation of the sheriff borough council of and many prom- inent residents of eral Gobin has been placed in command cf the provisional brigade and has started froni staff on a train for JOINED THE STRIKERS Ten Mine at Go Oat has cancelled nil datea in Illinois speeches in tho The dates frr and 0 were cnt out of the candidate's itinerary during tlie Chairman Jooes iho rist snch of fur Welt Hts body of Frank W Hainet who died at Wii haj arrived here He ono of the oldest theatrical man- agers la tho Wesi find was known by theatrical all over the country Senator Sept O K opened the Republican campaign in and f poke to nil audience ol about tho armory being filled to the doors JHs about two time Superintendent Luther of Pottsville has telegraphed Harris of tbo Philadelphia and Reading Coat and Iron company that 10 of the W ing collieries ol the company were by the strike during tho ing From 9.000 to men have joined the strikers This action on the part of the mine workers was tho of a meeting held at Twenty-four collieries of the Reading company are still District Tied Pa Sept 22 Nicholls of District No 1 has informed headquarters hero that tho End Coal company's mino at qua which has resisted efforts of the strikers to close it was tied up at noon making complete the suspension in the Wyoming and leys loan LONDON Sept to tho correspondent of The Daily is trying to Four of the suspects to a tree about two blocks away after being made to confess participated iu the burglary of house Not until 7 in the morning were the bodies cut down Meantime the jury returned a verdict of death by unknown hands Citizens scoured the parish out the nil the negroes they could get their hands on These were crowded into the little jail at and a wholesale lynching is feared Mayor and the sheriff are csing every means to restore order but are making slow progress The better element among tho colored population is fleeing to the churches where the time is being spent in prayer ATTACKS ARMY Atlanta Very Warm ATLANTA Ga Sepl Atlanta camp of Confederate Veterans has adopted resolutions hotly condemning the language oN the Grand Army of the Republic in its Chicago utterances against historical toil books read in Southern schools The resolutions charges that the Grand Army is attempting to revive sectional strife After referring to cruelties perpetrated by Sherman's army in justification of reports to this effect in Southern histories the tions recite alleged cruelties practiced oa Jefferson Davis by General Miles The resolutions deny that the ern school histories are working harm on the minds of Southern students and declare that the Grand Army it un- worthy of serious consideration ARE MISSING Martin Sunk In a Collision at St Clalr PORT Mich Sept barge Martin in low of the steamer Maurice P Grover was rank in tho ION Sept United States government has made full and complete answers to the yarious that addressed to it by the powers to iho nese has gono farther and has mndo a disclosure all ol its purposes and as a pf the administration puts it it has thrown its hand on the At o'clock Minister Wu called by appointment upon Acting Secretary and was handed a memorandum embodying the response of tho United States government to tho request of Prince Ching Mr Cooger of other person be immediately to begin negotiations with tho Chinese for a final mont r cams away with a dissatisfied upon his face Neit came M Thiebaut the French charge A few minutes conversation sufficed to impart to him orally an an- swer to his one verbal inquiry Then Sternberg the German charge who had been notified of the readiness of tho state department to make answer to the German note called and was given that answer Ho hastened away to Government The department then sent the answer to the Russian inquiry forwarded by messenger aud wired cablegrams con- the substance of the answers to its diplomatic representative Abroad Thus closed one of the most interesting and important phases of the entanglement The state department absolutely refused to make any ment as to the nature of the answers taking the ground to do so would bo a violation of diplomatic propriety However it is known that tho German proposal that negotiations with be deferred until the Chinese ble for the Peking outrages have been surrendered to the allies has failed of approval by our government Tho declination has conveyed in a manner that cannot give offense but it is believed that the United States cannot recognize the principle that a country maybe called upon to surrender its own citizens to a foreign power or powers for punishment The government does not relinquish the idea of the Ultimate of the when they aro properly identified but j It does not believe that the this object should put a stop to all The idea of a commission to tho difficulties China is forward and it is that such o commission on of tho United States may either form part of the joint international commission which it is hoped will be appointed for this purpose or in the of the failure ol the effort to secure joint tion then tho members can goon and deal directly with China for a settle Thi names of Minister General James H Wilson acd Mr Rockhill aro mentioned in this tion It is believed that the outcome from a military point of tho day's tion will be the withdrawal of all but cue regiment of the American troops from China to Manila where they can be ready to return in an gency General will remain in China in command of the force there which will be regarded simply as B legation guard OUTBREAK AT SUN TAI OBJECT ACCOMPLISHED ttM to Peking N Sept The Ing dispatch hsa been received war department from General Peking Sept 19 Rock expedition returned object accompli plied uo casualties our Forsythe's squadron 40 miles to relieve native returned iu 14 Surrounding country daily growing less more peaceful so far as my expedition can questions TKe date of this cablegram Peking Sept 19 shows lhat close tion has been established with the neso capital The successful expedition that eral refers to probably U one he mentioned iu his dispatch of Fopt 16 ia which he said General was going to the westward of Peking to out the Boxers open up tho coal fields Uis reference to is not clear to officials here OPEN FIRE ON TROOPS for the Bombardment Pal Tanc DERUN Sept A dispatch re- here from Taku dated Sept Yesterday evening the Pel Taag forts fire on the Russian try camp wounding 25 men r early this morning a German battery has been shelling the WORD FROM ROBERTS Tbat General Haja Readied Sept war office gave out the following dispatch General Thursday Sept 90 reached yesterday Practically there no rood a way had ty be cut through jungles intersected by ravines Ha captured SS cars of flour 1 car of coffee aud 19 damaged engines at onder Yesterday evening Lieutenant U P Clarke was shot but not fatally while i making the rounds by a sentry Ho either did not heir Iho lenge or the did cot hear his reply rapids at the entrance to the St Clalr river by the steamer Yuma and Captain James Lawless of William Ross of Toledo Mrs Bacon cook ol Toledo three names are unknown are missing Gabriel Peterson of Cleveland and George Kyle of Toledo members ol the were saved Navigation through the canal is completely blocked Tugs are out in Huron notifying boats to anchor Two In Montana Men Daly Democrats who tho Democratic call a loan VorV Cut it thought convention will call in tho Danish capital that uol a Hate convention later to place in to 4 Domination a complete ticket PARIS Sept 22 French at Canton telegraphs under date o Thursday 20 that disorders hav broken out at Sun Tai near Several villages have been destroyed and others are besieged The minion arks succeeded in escaping The batch of troops sent by proved powerless to subdue the der and tho consuls made most argent request for the dispatch o a larger of The chan cellor ol the French consulate and th French gunboat Avalanche will pony tho I I Tier TIES v has arrived htr aad domiciled iu own a His was a repetition of the Ka Russian and on him those of Iho other taking part in it Sept for- eign from Italy an J without to China proposal RECEPTION at ANTWERP Sept committee Dutch ind Belgians in Antwerp U ranging a grand reception for ent Kruger when to arrives hero from o Delegates will go to ashing meet him when he 20 Brussels combining for the purpose of homo in both cities in honor of the Boer BANDON A TICKET Tarty at KOSTOV The National arty of men who feel that ley cannot vote for thcr or Bryan at a con- Young's hotel daring abandoned tho idea of a ticket in the Meld and Ir Archibald M who was fur vicu in New York n th Cth inst is expected to follow Calif ry of Louisiana tho in ng ms candirtacy who have lad the movement at heart however vill to it from complete so by nominating one presidential in and in other where the election laws will this to bo doae MAKE NO SPEECHES Will aa fart la Campaign accompanied by Secretary left at o'clock for Canton O president has not up hii how long ho will in It will depend on in the it fan be stated that hj will not take any active part in tho and will not make speeches He will make no lic speeches whatever according to programme and be will not make any tour of any I son despite the of a movement to try to him to lake snch tion likewise will be no tioris of visiting delegations on I vill n thaa OCO lit a-i for troller Comptroller Tic P it on m
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