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Phoenix Arizona Republican (Newspaper) - June 29, 1900, Phoenix, Arizona THE ARIZONA KJKVKNTJl NEWS FROM CHINA Legations Reported Safe on Monday FRIDAY JUNK GABLE FROM LI TO WU fie Says the Ministers Are Safe With Seymour but Washington Doubts the StoryWei Hen Captain Platt Recently Arrived in Tacoma Pretends to Represent the Deposed brought about RIJIVI llnanrinl difhYul and a ininic rtrrssiAN June Kroin a reliable fourTV comes news that the Uus slan ministry has issued orders to all authorities in Uussla to jnepare everythinR for CABLE FUOM LT June The Wu Titiff called at state department this afternoon with a cablegram signed by Li Ilunff saying the legation ministers are with Seymour twelve miles from Tien The ollicials arc inclined to doubt the REACHED TIKN June Vlro Admiral Seymour has reached Tien A MASKED Inrtly Works a Pullman Car Throws Up the and fife New June New York agency of a Hong Kbng and Shanghai Hanking corporation received the fol lowing dispatch from tlie corporations London office We are Informed on reliable author ity that the legations at Peking wore safe up to June were receiving SEYMOURS June parliamentary secretary of the foreign Will John In the house of commons today said that the latest news received by the government vvas contained dispatch from Tien Tsin dated June from which It appeared that Admiral Seymour sent word that lie had seized a small arsenal north of Tien where he was being bom barded by a large number of guns and v had lost forty men killed and seventy EMPERORS June Ralph Platt has arrived in Tacoma to be the ac ereuifed agent of the friends of the de posed His mission Is said to j be primarily for the purpose of securing justice for the and hints that he may ask the powers to establish a protectoi Platt left for Washing ton June moHkod robber started through a Pullman car on an Omaha and Billings train on the Bur lington road after leaving this He got two watches and but took pulled the air brake WORTH FIGHTING FOR The United States Growing Trade in China Description of the Extent and Growth of Our Commerce in the Districts in the Storm Center of the Pres ent June Newt are menu in the are especially important in relation to American traoe tn that They are In the northern part of the country and it Is in them that American goods seem lo be In the greatest Tho growth of our trade in that section is described somewhat in detail by a re cent publication of the treasury bureau of which describes Tien Tsin as the most important city ofnorthern being located at tho head of predominant position by Am erican drill and sheet ings is now rm of sheer The value of two items aggregates halkwan not far short f half the gross value of all foreign arrival coast Cotton yarn did not recede from the advanced position assumed the previous for the falling off of tiie Indian yarn was neutralized by the increase In Japanese The inelas tic character of the trade in woolen goods The most striking feature in the category of sundries Is the overwhelming importation of kero sene In which trade the supremacy of American brands is exceeding pro for the large importation of gallons in 1S96 has been eellpsd by gallons to the credit of the period under The net value ISJLL READY A Week of Local Leisure Be fore the Convention The Vanguard of the Convention Officers and National Committcemen on the Ground Silver Republican Kansas traveling nun will tnke The nr nuns for he entertainment of the knights of the grip nr most June response to the call of President Charles Win ter and Secretary Edward tho Nebraska League of Republican is holding a state convention here to Officers will be and dele gates will be selected to the national convention of republican which meets In July Representation In the state convention is one delegate from each with out reference to the number of mem and one delegate for every fifty secretary and treasurer of each club are exofficio j SOUTH DAKOTA PLATFORM TALK Bryan Wants a Declara tion for Silver and left Ihc train bifme completing his the Gulf of Pechlli and about sixty ing native silk piece green and pre tobacco have while raw and sugar have Cotton manufactured by Chinese advanced from fiOO halkwan taals to halkwan COLORADO DEFIANT CYCLONE HITS June oyclnne passed over Beaver formerly known as list Henry Steve Bird and Abe Wrightsman find William Hamberger Paul Rhodes were fatally The storm swept the country for sixty Thousands of cattle were stampeded and many killed and Several houses i were HAWAIIS GOVERNOR Impressive Ceremony Attending the Inauguration of INFORMATION June do velopment in Chinese affairs were and the general opinion hcje is messages one from JKempff and the other from Li Hung could not be accepted as SUL ihe important question as to the fate of the foreign mlniscters at Pe and families and The secretary of the navy by special instruction of the president has been particular to cable Admiral Kcmpff several days ago to navy de partment of everything that happened within the scone of the dis turbance in China and it is believed thathis omission to make any reference In his cablegram of as to if the the ministers was on the absencie information at with his the San Fran cisco inaugurating of the first governor of the territory of Hawaii was a simple The cere mony was short and full of democratic inaugural speech was terse and orief for such an occasion and was to with marked HARVARD miles from the with which tt is connected by water and by j a railway j Another completed railway line runs northeastwardly to and an elaborate railway system is pro jected southward from this point through the populous provinces of Shantung and Kiangmi to connect with TleiuTsin with In addition to the Grand the most im portarit the great artificial water ways of has for centuries con nected Tien Tsin with the Yangtse Ktan and Its population in round numbers and its Im which In 1888 were less than hnikwan were in 1807 more that halkwan having thus nearly doubled during the The commissioner of Al writing In1898 of the 1897 calls attention to the im portance of American trade at that and adds that it is the only trade Proposcs Its Quarantine Against June state board ol health advises the maintenance of the quarantine against the Chincap nnd Japanese on account of bubonic plague at San Francisco and an explanation of Colorados action in the matter de manded by Secretary of State Hay be made by Governor Thomas in accordance with thereport of the date fixed for the opening ses The magnificent convention a mammoth steel that has been erected In so short a time as to remind one of thewonders worked in lacks but the finishing touch es to make its Interior bright and gay for the coming of the democratic hostu on July A canvass of hotels and boarding houses shows that sleeping accommodations for the next ten days will be extremely hard lo as all the larger hostelries and exclusive de partment houses have been booked lo their The storm center of the convention between the sessions will be Ihe Kansas City one block distant from the convention the national committee will have its occupying the entire The Midland hotel will be the stamping ground of Tammany and of the delega tions from West Vlr June different athletic dubs from the Black Hills having a Held day here The programme contains a large number of Held and some very Interesting including and hurdle pole throwing o BASE j Arkansas and several of the In this i other At the Coates will be report Mlie interfaence of President quartered the delegations from Wash McKlnley in raising the quarantine Yesterdays Record of Victories and At 3 Philu At 7 Clncln At 5 Buf At 10 Cleve At Kansas 8 Mll o tECEKTION FOR HELEN declared at San Frajuclseo byi Kln federal health is sharply condemned and his action to political o FIVE HOURS TO June Major Hoth of who has just returned which increased in 1898 over that from New brings news of a big scheme which is on the point of being consummated for an electric railway line between New York and The American Railway Sis Wall proposes to build such a road and make the trip from New York to Chicago by means of cigarshaped Two More Boat In Her Boat PUu Credit CASUALTIES AT TIEN June casualties of tlio International force attacking Tien Tsln weiie Americans 2 British 1 Germans killed 27 Husslans wounded A MISSION Che June American mla j slon at Wuh been The missionaries The governor has notified for Inland that he is unable to pro TlROUBLE IN SHAN June Cologne Volks foiUiug has received a cablegram say the situation In the mission districts In the southern part of the province of IBlian Tung Is now extremely threaten CONFIDENCE i June olti litre felt that foreign ministers iij safe with Admiral Bey This morning that was There IS now of tho ministers and oiily information Iw that they have FIGHTING Juno commander of squadron at Taku tole thwt fighting continues at Tien the fortified arsenal being In pos on of the TOTAL FOREIGN June Admiral cabled the war department that there are now foreign PS MaeArthur cabled from that a transport left there fling with thirtynine officers and Cojonel Wacom WEI HEN June q ivcelved by Hue New life race Harvard at and Yale at Harvard won by Iour time The eights two millrace wiis won by lUirvunl by i time NORTH ATLANTIC June North Atlantic under the command of RearAdmiral sailed from here today for The head quarters of the will be at Newport until the last of The fleet includes the firstclass battleships and the sccondclass battle ship and the armored cruiser New During August the squad On will cruise off the coast of HOP GROWERS Santa June The di of tlic Sacramento Valley Hop Growers association are endeavoring other crop centers of the state to join in the and work to forward the plan for hulling the To accomplish this hey have started with culling a con vention hop growers of the and this meeting Is being held here to T1ITO June wheat closed at 80 August at 1 u A SLICE OFF NEBRASKA Sheriff After Farmers Who Want to Move Their Sioux June mob of fifty farm em who hod started to rut channel fov the Missouri ilver at ten miles north of Sioux are confronted by a posse sent there by Sheriff Sides of Dakota and a light between tho two paroles may If the farmers succeed tlwyi will rob Nebraska of of fertile land and add it to the area of South At the nijck the tortuous Missouri flows fifteen miles In reaching a point only 100 yards distant from Its present channel above and all the land it In Us great bend would be out oft by the ditch the farmers want to All the farmers on UK neok ore interested In having the Missouri cut acrogp lota at that Last fall clandestine efforts to this end were Today Among the members of the posse that hurnled but wore efforts j heavily ers men of not Vwnt the ohange n At a meeting worth pf P says saying that American Am erlcan sheetings and American kero sene had especially increased in im ports during the while the cotton goods from other countries were show ing a Another interesting fact to which he calls attention is that the railway line recently built to Titn Twin with Peking is al ivady proving extremely popular with the On this subject lu says It astonishing how speodlly despite repiHcd adapt Ihenitioivos lo n new ouvirnn and make the must of Irnnyporlallon facilities offered Already Is sent direct 10 Tanku for shipment and Peking is similarly wllh southern iiul triifiic developed so that it soon became necessary o double the Consul Reade of the United States says that Tien Tsin ranks in commer importance next to Shanghai and and in a report to the state de says Tien by its jeographlcal is thepoint of accumulation and distribution ofall destined for the United States or intended for consumption In provinces of Di ect shipments from the United Staltes to Tien Tsin are it being n all cases more advantageous to ship to Shanghai or Hong Kong and then tranship to the steamers of light draft that ply those and Tien Chefou Is considered an extremely im portant treaty port by reason of the constant and growing demand for Am ericangoods Unit It is lo cated in the Gulf of compara tively near to Tien but nearer lo the British port and its im portance to American interests is pic tured by Consul Fowler in a report to the state in which he says It is satisfactory to wee thatduring the six months under follow ing American goodsshow a gain over the same period of pieces pieces kero sene It is worthy of note that of the thirtysix classes of foreign merchandise showing a gain In the table ofImports twentyseven are Imported gold standard countries and only nine from Asia or silver stan dard countries this in spite of the en hanced values due to the tremendous fnllin Of the twentytwo classes of foieign merchandise that a de eight are imports from gold standard countries and fourteen h0111 bllver standard while a comparatively small city of but is of especial Importance to the United as a treaty It is located at the extreme north of tho Gulf of Pech ili considerably farther north than Tien and is of especial importance to the United States because of the de mand for goods from this country In that American and American generally are In great demand in this province of Newchwang Is the treaty port and most important apd goods reach the interior bytha Muien Is navigable nearly to the northern border of the The proposed Russian railway which Is projected Manchuria and the province of Shlngking to port passes near and Is to be connected by a short An a British will connect New chwans with which is already in vajlway connection with demand for American at this treaty port tho coun try adjacent to U is shown by the foj Jpwlng extract from the report of Wa tetr commissioner pf customs at tftat written in 1898 The rapidly wjiiph ears in flvo The cars will run on a Tho major declares that Geonjo WetUinghoiiEc has siiid they run make JOti niidi an hour with perftKt SiiyKall necessary capiuil has been THW MKTAJa Now bm can quiet unsettled fvrtill inK Mvxl WOOLLEY AND METCALF Prohibitionists Place Their Ticket in the June prohibition national convention adjourned sine die after having placed in nomina tion for president John Woolley o and for vicepresident Henry Metcalf of Rhode SUMMER HOME FOR has purchased Big Fish one of a BTeixt many in Chester the wife of Admiral Tho admiral will build a house on largo colony of wealthy Amurleans spend the summer at THE METAL New Sap Mexican no Ver tlie North Car Arizona and while the Baltimore three blocks from the will house the Rhode Pennsyl Michigan Connec ticut and Alaskan Ohio delegates and their friends will make their headquarters at the Progress while sleeping quarters have been booked at the Other state delegations will be quartered at vari ous smaller The convention hall is located at the corner of Thirteenth and Centra within less than a mile of al the lending oHloen newspaper TranKpurialion Ui and from ho is tlr Vacili tlosi in ibis respcit having been thoi oughly Nearly will be able to find sealinp accommoda tltniK In tin Tin platform 1ms cncted on tin ism sldu f the halV t persons and that chairinan of I Will practirally the center o I the On rither sido will sealeil the In stead of projecting galleries the seat have been arranged as in a circus am there will be one vast concourse of 000 people rising in regular tiers to th buildings The vanguard of the convention i already including most of the con ventlon officers and several nationa All of the latter ar expected in the city by tlie end of th week preparatory to tho full meeting o the committee next registers also show some early arrivals for the silver republican national con vention which will be called to order in the at the same time that tlie democrats assemble in convention of the delegates and visi tors to the silver convention will hail from the mining several of which have promised to send large MAY BE A CONTEST ExGovernor Stone Does Hot Care Whether the Chicago Platform Is Reaffirmed or idential PossibilitiesBryan Does Hot Want HillTowM and ly Mentioned Among Kansas June te faintest thai Uure inay In a eonUwt over Uw democratic It is known Bryan not only wants the Chicago platform re but that he desires have the sixteen to one declaration re lleratlon as strdiiKly as It was In state There niK other Who think a etronp rcadlrmatloii of the Chlwtgo plixtfoim tn a few1 words and to pass on to trusts nnd other new fwituren will be latter eowsa Is advised ins tflie tending to satisfy tho eastern Hill as a It was understood by men com ing from Waa far from mtlsfactoryi to Other can didates are Including Congressman Shlwlely of Jim and Ihcn Is nomc talk alfatit Three June iIelert with a party of six arrived here at 2 oclock this afternoon in the private carof Miss having left Boston yesterday a Charles Tow no of MlnncsioUvwho and made a fast run was nominated by the popullala with over the Boston and Albany and the MichiganCentral An im inense crowd met the Incoming June national commlttOTinaii from and vicechairman of tho democratic national today said I have notdiscussed the plat and it was with some difficulty that Miss Gould party were able reach the fine equipage especially built for Miss Gould for this and Drovided by the citizens of Three The vehicle Is a type termed a andis light and stylish In form or any of Its provisions wIth made with one the lromlneilt of the party and do runninggear in light cream with upholstering and canopy to It was drawn by two especially selected white horses In The occasion of Miss Goulds visit here atthis time silver question Is concerned i do not think it is Important whether the plat torm contains a general reallirmatlon of Chicago platform or whethof Ib is the unveiling of the Spanish guns ftt Manila andpresented to thlscityl 2V monster parade Was witnessed by Miss who expressed appreciation at the marching tyid salutations of the school SIXTEEN WEDDED Now the Bridegroom Seeks to the Marriage New June 1C years of 4I5G Washing ton and Ethellne 10 were married on May i lost by the George Miller of Augustines Episcopal Brook They told the pastor that they wero JO and 18 Walker has now begun a suit to have the marriage annulled onthe ground that he was under did not have the consent of his contains a repetition of that free oj silver has fijpetl as d dembciatle BO established by fight mlnaled at Chlougn In 1896 It the real iRsue then andi and be bamo I see no reason why we specifically repeat the free coinage plank of the Chicago platform In cJrdjr topnms to the countiy thatwe adhere to DISTRICT COURT Trial of Mandate Denied Holmes in the by notinsr that whiift during jmnortAttQU OUR MEXICAN POPULATION Few Immigrants From the Southern MILWAUKEE June fea tures of the third day of tliy Milwaukee carnival were the lire followixl by an automobile parade this Nearly forty electric varying in style frem the light runabout to the the lKavy threestaled took part in The dis play was made particularly attractive by tha elaborate decorations of the which were nearly all of them covered with flowers and By tho last census taken In 1805 the population of Mexico was My the last census of taken in Its population was There nro thus more than twice as many inhabi tants in Mexico as In and the facilities of travel between Mexico and the United States and Canada United States are equally but by the last census there were Canadians in the United States and only SU PR KM13 COUNCIL The Commercial Evangelists Gathering at Juno arriving trains today brought hundreds of com mercial travelers to and by morning it Is anticipated tho ma jority of those who are coming to at ten the annual meeting of the su premo United Commercial Travelers of will have ar The at the conven will be the twelfth hold by the to be a fcU AlAL LW Twothirds of all the Mexicans In the j record since Its Incorporation United are to be found within lwolve years ago with eight charter the state of Jexas and te other one members the order has spread over the third In tho other fortyfour states and of the eountryu It nf territories of the The most frequent explanation residents in now haa membership exceeding with over 150 subordinate councils and grand councils In more than a score of figures of a Condition is the most nros a state whose pepau6 Qf any entlre The the i nearly all of wAom are In Uw for Vfhlch climate more thnn any with the exception of seoiubjes that of Mexico thero were only thlttyrojie Mexicans in Mississippi re the last in Alabama thirtylour and in Arkansas twenty are Suweme eoun Inthe north Atlantic states Day of suprantH Clinton Jiobbs of The republic of Mexico hus been Massachusetts supreme increasing in population through Fiagg of Ohlp supreme Jn recent years thes at Ohio the epmwerftUow J The case of Holmes vvhlcli prvsvntcd at least rue interesting WUH finally titled In district court I day much It petition for a writ of mandate requir ing the sheriff to sell certain property under an The case grew out Juno very pretof the by Holmes ty wedding was here today Leileh to recover for rant under a 11 ve at tlie home of the brides ho year lease by The defendant of IMUt contraetlng imrlies being Miss Stella of the Holmes building to be used UH Moore Swearlngton and Congressman printing Tho defendant moved CONGRESSMAN William a banker of Alle The couple left for the grooms native where he has a handsome HKNDKBSON June Hen derson was renominated by aeclami tlon for his tenth term as representa tive in INDIANS IN VINEYARDS Red Tape Holds Back Their Empoy ment in 11 lately published in several California newspapers llvat starv ing Indians of the Pi ma reservation were to be given employment in the vineyards of The story is not without though nothing has been definitely agreed upon Superintendent McCowan of Indian sxhool had a conference with the chiefs of the tribe on Wednes day and it was decided that between 200 and 300 of the Indians would go to so that all that remains to be dont is for the California vlneyardlsls to put up money for thalr transporta Correspondence with reference to this has been going on be tween tho agency and the office of thy of Indian Tho commissioner wrote that there could be no objection to the Indians leaving the reservation to accept this employ said that if of them went the usual congrewjiotml ap propriation for the support of dlans of this agvncy might be imper The Indians are not without experi ence in this kind of They have for some years beenemployed In the vineyards about Scottsdalo and else where in county and have proved to be good though A little On the hand they can afford tfl work of MloliT j thftji the for they out before th expirationof the but certain property belonging to a job printing plant was left Tho rooms were closed tup and the properly remained In posscBElon of the Judgment was given plaintiff on trial and the property was levied After that Will Dunbur catiU forward oliUming K tho owner ofthe prop and he sheriff refused to prucccU with the sale without an The plaintiff declined to furnlsh ones andl brought the mandamus suit against the a hearing a week ago the pronounced both lire complaint arid tho answer defective and tho parlies were given leave to Tho court after a spirited de nied thft writ of mandate and dis missed the order to show An exception to the judgment wus and not Iceof appeal was case of the National Hank of California of Lou Angelcs Maria Jetus de concerning the title lo certain property In waw A notice of aiieal was given In thr case of Biggs et al the Utah Irri gating Ditch decided wnnj time ago In favor of the and the government as Inlerveiior on 4ii iptoe ot jnthe vJclnUy of tfrffrwork and live Whicjti Tfee meeting here wjli last tw i equal number of white f it Is anticipated I that men waste op of certain Indians living under the The divorce suit of McDonald McDonald was continued for the o JIM COKBKTT DEPJ5NDS New June Cor has wrlttensn answer to certain attacks that Iravc been made on him by which he aaye Is done to kwp tho champions name before thv He declares that ho has nothing to rob Jeffries of any glory of the recent fight and has only admitted Hint Jeffries won and congratulated He would like to meet Jeffries again In a finish MILITARY FitlSONtMS ESCAPE June pris oners at Fort Snelling made m desper ate attempt to escape last Four escaped but three have since been cap One was awloualsi
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