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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1900, Galveston, Texas Mr. Pocketbook Has smaller demands made on him if his owner reads the Ads in The BURN Bold by WATERS FIERCE OIL CO. May USE Long Distanca Telephone l: 69TH AUGUST 13. TO Improved The aM Tel. lit TO Till Now following ans at York I. P. Park San A. E. Broadway I. Colon Park D. T. W. Mrs. K. and Albert A. E. San Broadway J. Meyer and n. C. Mrs. Mrs. J. L. St. El T. St. 31. T. S. F. Smith and wife and Miss S. t St. A. Greene and St. CHINA DESIRING PEACE Li Hung Chang Appointed Envoy Plenipotentiary to Negotiate Peace With the The Edict Asks Director General Sheng of the Chinese Telegraph FOR CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES the Given to Minister for Transmission to His Not Made From Confer to General JUDGE REAGAN Will After tbe Alumni of HUH Been ted tu SPECIAL TO Is only n. shallow nf truth In Hie statement tu tho that I would my as chairman of the state railway Hon. John 31. Reagan this has my tion to but I Is well will you tender your the annual report or tho sion has been prepared and submitted to the The report will be pre- pared this Mil. The yon Will not meet until thin will there are other to It will one day be essary to give constant For It has been my desire to write a set of with this In 1 havo collected much but have not had time oven to fy 11." you with tho cr Mr. Has Is not the De- nioro nearly expresses the way I t D. Official dence of the desire of China for a of present difficulties was presented to the department of state in tho form of nn edict promulgated by Karl Li as envoy tiary to with the powers for an cessation of n. solution uf problems which have grown out or the this yave tu Acting Secretary of State Adce at the a copy of imperial edict which ho had received last r ihu that thu presented a means of peaceful of the present madu public the text the eillet In thy following of makes tho following imperiul Hunts as a t Inn nf hostile demonstrations and with copy of was delivered hy Wu to the secretary of state this edict forwarded by tho con- sul on tlie day of moon to Governor Yuan at Shan who trai smitled H un the seventeenth duy of tho to the at by whom H was who It on th of same dny lit. Imperial as by th privy is as the present conflict between luis mls on the of the and also a want of proper fin tho uf of the A clash of arms Is followed results nnd mused a of WORK OF NEGRO In Over- turned TO THE San tho ond time within u negro vandals graves of the dead In this late Saturday Tombstones over- turned and scattered In the amd mirl Jn Tho greatest damage was done In Confederate where twenty stones were thrown to the chipped or Irreparably merous minor headstones were torn In an adjoining seven of moat beautiful stones were overturned by vandal negroes who ed a negro function in tho vicinity of the graveyard are Indignation Is at white hent and violence is us there Is no punishment on the statute books for the offense savo a slight court FIRE at Fountain R suburb of burned down this the about un which was Tho building will re- constructed at will and will from Mm Oily puny to the intend work this rn Tun Wills Van The barn of It. was by S o'clock Cause of tire Loss un for tn thu Company of North 1'Mri' nt TO THE Fire broko out this morning at 2 o'clock In tho rear end of the Iron saloon and by O. The ami is TO Tns This morning C of Kd about m no to We apii us our envoy with to propose at once by to thu of tin several powers fur of to conduct for our for tho settlement of what ever may have to bu dealt The nro to bo ally in a manner and the of tho to us uur is respectfully for transmission to your to bu com- to the secretary of for his excellency's it is conceded by the Washington officials that the conferring of on Karl to with thu Dowers for a settlement of existing troubles Is a move In H by no means that the will consent to open with Until the demands of tho United havo been acceded to it Is regarded as highly improbable that thu government of thu States or any of the all of which have made practically the samo demands on will consent to a of The strong hope is ex- pressed hero that the Chinese government will accede to the demand and per hups very The following belated message from ister Conger was transmitted to tlie department to-day by General It expressed simply his ability of until General Chaff co should to his Aug. Adjutant D. C. received Aug. will on until your It will Send Information as you can. three days after the of A dispatch agency from Tien and a tone block tho river beyond advanced posts of allies for a hut 'the and sOod subsidiary made the is believed that some have been added to thu expedition by the in- crease In the numbers of ihe British naval according to a. con- to Japan troops to Title for to the Kussian war the occupation of Santa Chu and the across been for thu formation oJ urmy A 1 shod In use H bus tlie of to as out tlie The reception message from the In of the report that I.e had for Tho Mail an Interview with In him as urging ministers to I j people Sir Chi thy are be- It IK nut When yuu are you arc nol allowed with but hure you from Sir upon tiie various by China to the the Mail the British as Mm say In is your on and will your a con- to Tien K you do not at once Instruct to we can not for this abominable and con- trived can bu only out- nnd Al. has it in very nan not except under con of In tho On- only hope of thu up logical attitude it'll Mint for a OX WAS Railroad Map T 01.10, wir ot T Mf A IX 1115 AKU V. Ijy tlie Murdered hcs great difficulty In defending unil In defending against It should order Us troops to stand Chinese government should under- stand that thu only means of proving the sincerity of Its designs ami ol limiting Its responsibilities Is cessation In the placing of in the way uf sueli an ar- 1'renl- e i ey never or a Idea of VI the who was the at Is now In ishment at 111. lo a to ail been Issued lo this n of Aug. The French foreign office this morning from M. minister ut Is evidently the delayed which he referred to In It Is as June 20 lei July 17 Chinese troops I. us 1'iiur legations have been burned and that We thanks to heroic defense .il the Our loss 1'lie general loss Is UU more and lln the missions In have been except the Pel Tang Is but the is De- and the personnel lire in 1 he ceased on 17 Of- fensive nnd In- shooting without government Is attempting indirectly negotiate with urf for but we n not leave without protection other Mian that of the Absolutely Pure AUde from pure grata o Henly lo D. Aug. Secretary by direction of President presented to Minister for to his government the nf to the to with tlie for of of will nol tin In it is by tho upon with a that no into havu with In a. sooner ran nut of this the for it IM for and for in n last from Sir ami sent hi to mari- In on It tlir Tost i tn the n. ill Is tho of the at uny thai tot I anil I to a pan h thr of troops i- lo naval to Unit the i fur 7IIIM) Were 111 to a from els of tho native anil on the to from 1'tkln, In the point uf thu He also had bail New i. as he Is lias Affording to his from tho colony in anil 0110 toma have been He says a from Che to publishes the procurer of thy us that n advised by M. del to a inim the at Christians been massacred at 1'ao of 1-okin. No other details If such has by the it hint as usual news have uol been any of kind in China by M. del of for- minister of war ami de minister of arrived hero to-day at and Immediately to the where Inspected expeditionary was much en- with cries of hi and 1'arinoe." WUH After tho bis un thu tu HUB to the uf r to you nl They nro confided to your and while honor and red of of our t civilization and soldier let be you a sacred mission of ml to your country where of civil ze with tell you Una the heritage i honor the which your to you not know ill you courage lo will also recall to you your your and and all Ih a soldier when tlie service of his will be the of your coun iy n your very of your country al lo your and o the from 1 wish you mm soon be rcl will await with but no the which will permit us t share will yon nnd your comrades of tin under Admiral our tlon and At the luncheon the to came here as I went to In or Uir to dispel the criminal has boon spread monstrous will I am of It. Is not army a part o servie AT A Gil AUK CROSSING NEAR TUB II KILLED Fatally Hut of the Ka- Without TO Will 1'plcln It IN No. Aug. p. The tsung II the ister at Yu a message to the government complaining of the of the of In replying to the offers of tho government to conduct them under lo say tlie li yanien declined fur which might follow and Insisted that thu to this M. of 111" In Will be Riven In rn long the route is If II will he with Its duly Is In tei I ministers even more it be true that the Chinese tlon make only 0110 and Inspired tlie same of the of the company In- with tlie for the de- of the only one the The stokers of others left tile This the strikers to pre- vent Ihe Polynesian thu harbor by the harbor entrance with ber ot 1 en strikers enured bv and threatened the with were Iy placed under It was only with Kreal difficulty that the company's tuirs In Inward the where all the some were At 0 commander In c nf the In went on board Ihe which sailed at amid the cut of tlie Slates It. has re- a from the mission at province of 1C wans that three more chapels have been demolished and that there had been much of thai an attempt wes made upon l he life of the preacher mid thai are no in Tho troubles are attributed lo the an offshoot believe with the 12.-Tho Italian foreign of- Ihe from the Italian In tho Quo have no news from tho allies since e they will hot delav ad on Will to 12.- Marshal Count von a. to the will oil a special mission before for to mand of Ihe Aug. were Instantly killed and eleven eral of will were seriously in- jured In u grade crossing accident three miles cast uf this by a passenger on Ihe and New way Into nn omnibus All tho persons killed or wounded were 111 tho and but three escaped The KM ated of MRS. 3SU his aged C5 JAMES their daughter 3L'. aged of Walnut his aged MRS. ELIAS a aged of MRS. 51, of Walnut Port. MISS aired 22. of nut MRS. TILGHMAN 35, of Walnut Port. MRS. JAMES njed 33, ot nut Port. One yet unaccounted The Miss of will Three-year-old son of Mrs. will Harry aged 10, will Hurt will may Carrie Nagle of Walnut inter- Mrs. George will probably Walp of Mrs. Jones of Walnut will Miss will Onu may Tho driven by a man named was returning at 5 p. m. to from a funeral the occupants had been at- at dead and Injured were nearly all atives at whose lules they had been The train was L and consisted of an engine and jno At tho point at which the occurred is a curve in the and omnibus along at a good rale nf As the swung the curve and couch In U was loo late to stop tile omnibus or the and ihe of the former whipped up the es to the track ahead of tlie he latter crushed Into It In the occupants thrown in all bruised and The eleven cad were killed Physicians and special train were sent fur and In- ured were The tho escaped THAIS mid Injured .No New Aug. special train on 10 Southern due hero at ft wan wrecked four miles east of this ty at this It IH that several persons were killed lid many The of the en- 10 left thick the entire train ditched the sleepi There Is o telegraph at and details am j Arrangements have been made to j bring Ihe dead and Injured to this eity over Ka Walking anil which crosses the Southern near It Is that the list of injured will amount to Aug. H. a former employe of the Adams ex- press arrested to-day in tills city and confessed to the killing of Messenger Lunc and robbery of tho way of the Adams express company the Pennsylvania which this at mid- night One thousand dollars of the money which lie hud stolen was Ferrell was to have been married day next to Lillian tho young daughter of Patrick an engineer on t he Pennsylvania He been discharged from the employ of Adams company about three weeks and had not been able since to secure em- confessed that the of the robbery to secure of which he felt In In the face of Ills The money recovered he hud given to Costlow to keep for saying that It was the money he had saved llo was at home of his and 111 her placed under ar- Is but 22 or and has a splendid six feet In He has dark hair iml an face and was When the took him Into he assumed a non- chalant when he found lhat could the officers he made a full After his slun had been lakell by Chief of Police ler and lie led to a In Ihe police he was In a of nervous col- nnd orders thai he lie watched closely to prevent him self bodily In his confession ho said he had become desperate owing to Inability to and realized fact that he they ul to Columbus and had H package opened and the contain UK the money and other which lo get rid ol were rested on because of secured In regard to his ments during the last three arrested him al the of his Tile did not broach Ihe subject of tho but told Kerrell that ho was ed ol a Thinking Unit perhaps tho nn ihe wrong nerved himself aim said with parent guess there must be some On the way to station the detectives told what he was and he reluctantly the his but It was been under a severe not tile deal much Several times he and when he was led to a cell ho was In a state of As soon as It was learned that had given Ihe money to his sweetheart In- spector wont to the house and secured It. yc young lady was utterly by TO NEGOTIATE Accented Pe of the nn edict been Ll envoy to pence thr M uy President under con- dition Hint tile mid other be delivered lo eN- Thin wan to ihe oilier is Tlie column IH half way to II believed not to be with much Twenty of the lire nt ordern u Hoot In More lire Ol be for I are to be Kent to China to how the other conduct of tils approaching The robbery had been carefully jind 1C Included Ihe murder of Express Messenger He had no and ml He knew I In they were and he relied on Lane's to belli him execute the lie knew that considerable money was always ried by the messenger on train No. S between St. Louis an d bus and that he certain ml secure a large sum If he rubbed tho way m lo. ing provided himself with a he went to Urbana Friday morning and No. S. When the train arrived rell went at once to the express and told Lane Unit he was out of money und asked to ride to with moment suspecting Iho of his pretended For a short tli ne after tho train left they chatted Lane sat In a chair In the enil the car with his back slightly When had nerved for the drew Ills Her and stepped up behind Lane and throe shots In rapid succession Into the messenger's Lane rolled oft the chair on the on his face and quickly fired the shots the prostrate Lane was but fearing that tho wounds already would nol cause took Lane's revolver and fired two lets from It Into tho then took tho key to the way sale tho pocket of the dead messenger and the safe and laid Lane's revolver on one side where he could reach It easily rase he was discovered and needed It to fend After ho had taken out all the sticks containing the money money orders and way he placed In a small satchel and waited mull the car arrived at Plain no slipped off the lie went to ci hotel and retired for the night without Once In Ills proceeded tn go through the packages and take out all the Lifting up the mattress of tho he placed Uie revolver In a place In Ihe The express saeks und envelopes he expressed lo W. N. This name and ad- dress were He took the train for Columbus a I When he ill-lived here llo was much disturbed by the lalk about the murder and which he heard upon every but he kept his During the day he paid a number of bills out of the money which he ami some clothes and oilier which he Saturday night he went to see young lady to whom hi was be and arranged to eall again Sunday It was at Plain City late lhat city and Duncan obtained Ihe clew h il to j They had been at the hotel al while was ing In an upper and asked the If any strangers had in- had been seen the said that be mil remember ing seen any Later In the after- noon Ihe again asked if lie had seen any strangers anil he remembered then a to had slald at the house over and h ol gone away on train to he ill the room and found Lane's found lhal had looked iiy Kerrell up Ihe The r was to give 1111 of us he in at the time In take I notice of After of iho TWO MEN And Mortally Wounded In Aug. R. F. und Milton were driving homo In their On tlie road they met l wo named In a The wheels of Ihe vehicles A quarrel when the groes drew pistols nnd shot Herrington und The news quickly spread and a was organized to capture tlie led by Jesse T. As Hie the house of the Alexanders a number In rapid were lell lally The posse withdrew and went for Sheriff Tlie with a Is now In In the where the tragedy occurred the population considerably bers Hie the Information Is Ihe colored neighbors of Ihe will assist in the 81II.L of the Rock In TO Tna K. Hill Chicago died at noon day ut the residence of his Dr. Curtis S. Deceased was emigrant agent of the Rock Island and Pacific und had been locating colonies Oklahoma und He was well known In tile west and 3Ie woa on a visit east. 3Iis age was Gl by uu were probably burned and seriously Injured by an at the Sioss furnaces this caused by the collapse of a A terrific sion followed the sending sheets of out of the holes at the tom of the enveloping ihe men who wero at work around the Young and John who are probably were from head to not a of clothing being left on their Colonel D. Aug. war de- received the following containing cheering news from General MacArthur at Aug. Colonel Auguet 12, in. vicinity of surrendered command tu Colonel Twenty-fourth United volunteer consisting of one six six 169 101 rules and 50 Aug. train strikes a stage coach containing o. funeral party and kills and injures thirty-five Twelve persons were killed In a storm around Tho of the Mexican minister of roads died suddenly on a train near Ordered to the Knr Aug. 12.-Company A. which has been stationed Fort Logan 3too'c since its return Irom the Cuban Iwis received orders to leave at once for San will leave morning In d and lo sail for on Company K or the Twelfth In- will be sent to tills A In Aug. special to the Journal and Tribune from 3'olk states that Dr. J. W. a. well known shot and killed Alexander a In a encounter out trouble over alleged Improper Hons and Mrs. K nt Tenn At nn early hour nun lii H Hie old Taylor shop of Andrew Tha saved from tion with Aug. Tho Chinese minister bus the H copy of nn to upea for
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