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Phoenix Arizona Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1900, Phoenix, Arizona ARIZONA ELEVENTH THE WORLDS WAR FKIDAY At GUST XL A Very Little Start Made Toward Pekin Hflsr iliprtilihiiig tinsninfr In ml the 10 tlu liou THE RELIEF MOVEMENT Tho German foreign ullkitohl tho Associated Irpss eor napondinl this i thai tht con sent the niher powers had boon vir tually secured to the selection of Cunt von Waldersee as eommanderin ehkf in WALDHRSKIIS A Means That the Trouble In China Will Become a A SORT OF STANDOFF But the Business Situation Is Generally Good The Crop Outlook Is Rather More Than Fair and the Political Out look Is Still Brighter and More Th Singing if Hi Xort hu Kut illy is in holiday attire in honor the of visitors who have arrived to taKr part in tho nineteenth nnninil festival the Northwestern Th Ratlicrins will He inaugurated with groat chorus concert tonight ami will INCREASING NUMBER Of Those Wanting a Perma I nent Water Supply hiding Kri According to News Gathered From the Appointment of the Com mander of International Forces It Is Only a Little Incident in the Plans of the Russian and Ger man subject of thappointment von Wakler sre to command the International forces In has brtn presented to tht tnlted but no anI swer has been Count Waij Ursic Is regarded by the authorities as an eminent joldUr and it is j It is sakl mean a campaign of much broader scope than believed he is that his appointment would Ntw Tin market has been dull and Ing strong In siolsand in spotss but displaying in gjmral a firm and healthy Absfniooism is the chief obstacle to an advance at this Many of the big leaders are away on pleasure until Mieir re any concert of movemont towards through the remainder of Is Only Demanded That County and Individual Rights in the Reservoir Be Secured by Abso ucek The delegations thai arc hem j represent more tban 100 singing eletifs ill loveliiud ami At the latter tlty llnn found mil of funds and In a fit of d cy on the Fourth of July shot himsolf in his room at the hotel he and ha bride wen1 Ills j air in a strange was pros It rated by the and though hrr I parent havo done everything In tholr j to rcliovc her she has j mourned her dead This unable to longer stand tho she shot hcrwslf In tho the ball pawing through tho declare the THE END AT HAND Missouri and several nth r The decorations of the fcstiv il hall lii Crapo parkwhore the nieetlnns and concerts will be are of a most j clalborale and attractive The national colors of Germany irid the fniled Stales are blended harmoni1 ously three the m lute grows to be a ancl more Hume harmonij community as the need of water be the In which our forces are engaged at oggrcpslve advance In prices is 1m prefitMit for the relief at The public never jumped Into of Yang the Irsl objective point of the Intcrnatlomal forces was preme news of importance received to liay on the Chinese Tho first word of this effected last Mon came to the signal ofllce at the war department from ortleer al Che saying Clio YangTsun was captured Wire All Half an hour after this a cablegram came from General giving additional details of Ihe capture and showing that it had been effected at n cost of about sixty casualties among the American Hardly less Important was dispatch from Central worn in com mand ofthe Japanese sent Hie war ofllce of Japan and transmitted to the legation saying that lluInter nallonal army would lotal men on August 1C to advance on This dispatch stated thai on the when It was Hie advance had not Tills was Incomprehensible in view ot Ihefad that flghMng had ac tually But a later statement that the international force woukl total men on he appears to make clear General Terauchlsmeaning and to reconcile It with General Chaffecs Thr movement of men douhti is vieued In tlio liRlii of a n culinnisKuuce in the main movement of of 1O follow on the ft WK AUK And Incllruci to Sollovc That iu j Is the ministers in Count Wal who Is now In can not possibly reach China object is accomplished or A Clilneso minister In Merlin has received a dispatch sub stantially identical with thi alleged Chinese imperial edict ordering the safe conduct of of tho for eign legall ins UTien This he has forwarded the foreign winre IL is as an other i who favor something dellnlte and prac Itical are constantly IJelng THE AMUUlCAN Slowly Translated fnlo Chinese thu stale de partment ibis morning made public iho 1ollowlng sent yester day lo the Chinese government through Minister Wu We are availing ourselves of the op portunity offered by the imperial edijt of August allowing lo foreign min Islers free communlcalion with their respective governments1 in and have a communlcalion to Minister lo which we await an We are already advised by him in a brief dispatch received that Ihe imperial Iroops arc tiring daily upon Hie ministers in We de mand an Immcdiiitn t ion of th hostile attitude nl iiuimperial Ilie anil the X Clcirie uC IYI T iiiriny lit hiimpeiinl government ImUM I lion ol juil iill Ilireigui rs then jire aim lv th the market without distinct signs of There Is an abundance of money sock ing Al present this is nol going into either bonds or slocks but boih invealmenl and speculative buyers are waiting until the market develops more visible The reasons for anllclpating a belter market later on are plentiful and The most ssri ous Impediment lo speculative opera tions has been the Chinese Fears that serious foreign menls of some sort might arise which would derange the foreign money mar draw gold from New York and sjud back American very naturally delerrcd any upward move ment In this Other retarding influences have been the crop uncer lainlies and Ihe signs of trade reaction shown by declining prices and cur tailed production In the iron and tex llle Klecllon doubts have not been a fnclor worlh notice thus Wliile Ihcse are all conditions thai will bear watching there is good reason for supposing that limy have been well discounted or are parllally losing their The Chinese silualion displays distinct American diplomacy is winning great disllnciion for ils pru dence and The altitude which President McKinley and Secre tary Hay have taken has been exceed ingly effective in checkmating the plans of some of the powers for the memburmcnt of course likely than any other to precipitate war iHial By I illteif rity iM1 the empire tin Chinese n fall1 liau tli their and numerous other and if favored by pleasant weather throughout Iho week the fes tival will undoubtedly prove one of the most successful ever held under the au spices of the which is now In Ils twentieth ARCHBISHOP H13NNE8SVS Left Estate of Aboul to Hela tlvas and Ihe wf the late Archbishop John Hennessy of bus been filed for pro bate here by the llogir Ryan and Clement Johannns of Ou estate amounts SHOT HIS BOSOM what they like about the plan suggested byi The H brings some thing In wifhln the easy range of Said John Orme yesterday 1 nm not in favor of voting bonds as a general thing and nm not in favor of It in case until a positive result Is but water has become much of a thatwe are forced to do Before voting live bonds I would pnfu1 to see the present water litigation settled so that we will i know where we Then I would like to have a sound guarantee prolect owners of land in rights so tlial the reservoir company could not undertake to furnish water IIVJL of which is In Mm ialuls until those already under nesota real the remainder real and personal properly In The Minnesota property te divided among nine Tho Iowa properly Is dividfd among relatives and sister hoods of the NATIONAL Preparation for the Great Chicago cultivation are fully After that let the building of the reservoir proceed with the definite understanding ihat a soon as tho of it In as sured the county would lake worth of With all these guar nntys and there be no Glcmlale was asked for his opinion on the proposed When He said asked for I am against his reasons he a statement issued today from headquarters of Ihe commllloe charge of the arrangements for the ap proaching national encampment of the Grand Army Chicago will lie called upon Iwo weeks hence to eiHiiliiin thj veterirv 1 I He Ml I in Root regards the hotly from a military and diplomatic point of as much The promise of cipher communication with the mln ISlers In logetiher wilh the ad vance of the International forces to ward that to have a co relative It Is also bi llevcd that tho resistance ijy the Chi nese has not been and will not be us great as was by some au thorltles who said the Chinese forcb was constituted of the best of their TUN YANG TSUN M IIIH lit ministers to IVlive proposed in Ihe edict of August a In view of the Tact that the imperial troops are now firing upon tho lega tions and in view of the doubt ex pressed by the imperial government In Iho peace of thu Now Una Ihe juld he certain march to Pekin has we may expect some stirring news and possibly further bloodshed the outlook for a solution of the Chinese question without a disastrous war is brlghler than at any lime since itVedict of August V iis uHtspower to the began and the financial restore order and secure safety in it Is evident that thN apprehension is well for if your government cannot protect our ministers in Pekln it will presumably be unable to protect them upon the journey from Pekin to Ihe We therefore urge upon Ihe imperial gov ernment that il enter inlo communica tion wilh Ihe relief expedition so that cooperation may be secured belween them for Ihe liberation of Ihe the capture of Yang thelos of Ihe according to a dispatch to thi Dally Che August purporting lo au account of that engagement was Ihe majority of tihese being The allies marched on Yang this at dawn of The hold by was wll entrenched lo the vast of the After four hours of heavy lighting tho Chinese were driven from their de fense Another dispatch to the same daitKd Tien August recounts a reconnolsisanoe thai morning by the Japanese and Britons beyond Hsl the result being that the enemy was developed In strong well at Wei The Chinese were superior in and after facing a fire of seven the Japanese retired to Hsl Ku with itihree killed and but having captured 200 generally Incline to the view that the progress toward Pekin Is splendid thus bul one which can not be maintained at tho present rapid as the concentration of supplies and th wstabllshment of bases will cause Inevitable WE ARE upon Washingtons latest communication to tho Chinese the Dully Chronicle describes It as IclylHc di plomacy1 and il declares lluitUhp Chi nese attempts to gel ministers to leave as described by have conveyed t everybody the AVasrhliiRton officials thatthe steady np pllcntlon of force is lie onlyiirgument 1ckiii can live protection of foreigners and tin res toration of Such action on the part of the imperial overnnrenl would be a suflloient demonslrallon of its friendliness and desire to attain ALVY Acting The note addressed to the Chinese government has not ycl been The work of putting il into the Chinese cipher A To Induce the foreigners to SCH ItKl foreign office lias received Hitfollowing which was received here in cipher from the French minister at via August Date not Tho diplomatic corps has just been informed by the Chinese government that Ihe have repeatedly de manded our departure from Pekln un der escort and beg us to arrange our departure and fix a We have c sponded to the Tsung Ll Yamen that we could not leave our posts without instructions from our to whom we leave the i should inform you that should we not depart from Pekin the foreign forces coming to our rescue should be of sufficient number to insure the safety and a convoy of 800 of whom 200 are women and children and llfty wolauled and more than native whom we cannot leave to be In any case a Chineseuscurl should not be consid SOMETHING OP A Secre tary Adce tonight made public Iho foN lowing cablegram from Consul Fowler at Che Fpo 1 telegraphed the governor yester protesting against limiting the vorresponoVnw with and re questing the governor 1o 19 The gpvernor ilelfrgwphs the CJATHKKINC Invest the Situation at Tsin With a New The Hooded country beyond Pel Tsang adds immeasurably situation abroad must be correspond ingly The crop situation shows Improve ment owing to more favorable weather during the last week or ten The serious damage has been con lined to the spring wheat sections of Minnesota and the where only about half a crop is ness in those sections and the railroads also will be unfavorably affected by this loss bul elsewhere Ihe outlook is In spite of the damage and the shortage on the Pacilic coast the indications favor a yield of about Ten bushels of wheat compared with that every bushels last Higher the big si il assure muney value considerably in excess of lusl Corn is in excellent ciindiUon if the next few weeks pas without in jury from the yield may reach over bushels and prove of the biggest on a fact of much consequence lo the business Interests and railroads of the west and south The south Is now more prosper ous than for many years In fact it is doubtful U Uie was ever in bet ter condition than Cotton costs less to produce than but is bringing very profitable prices both to grower and The south also benelitlng greatly by the diver sification of the wonderful du ivelopment of cotton manufacturing and the iron industry creating an of prosperity to which thai section has long been a Uallroad earnings are generally show ing wonderfully good when H Is remembered Ihey compare wilh phenomenal Such gains cannot always be Al the same time expenses are often increasing very very heavily hence unreasonable pectations of extra dividends are likely to meet wilh A num ber of roads have lately increased paid their first and this fact bus proved Ihe slronest support which the market has There are a num ber of 4 per cent dividend payers with permanent which are likely to sell at considerably higher figures when the Investment demand again sets A good many buyers are ing off for lower who may at any limn he obliged to shift their po iMitral inn of I he il is genera at tne lira iiiril he l many President McKinley and William The Duke dc ihe Hiunuh is also among tiros who accepted invitations to attend the en The committee on decoration and II luminalion is preparinglo cumniiiiw its work of putting the city into gala attire for the reception ot the All the halls and will be used during the encampment for will be decorated under the supervision while the work of decoraling UK of buildings niong the lino of march will full lo Uhe lot the business work of tlu n the mailer ot1 illumination will much atten in the court of hoiir which is to Michigan tivi nue from to Mweif Ten days hence il Is expecleil principal one was that ho was ifrald the reservoir woukl fill He siiid he had read the articles In Tht Uepubllcan on the storage ciuestlor very carefully and was greatly Inter csled in as he fully realized the ne for a water HI was also iwrfeclly in accord with th general belief thatthe county could well afford lo pay a half million dol I sirs if Iho water supply could bff so hut he f arful the rvnliwmilil 1111 up if it was eon I d if hihad rcal Iho last i if r in which thin Irince and Cannon Had a Quiet Talk and Then 1rineo Killed Charles Can a democratic was shot to death loday liy his closo friend and polttlcal Michael assistant chief of Norfolk The murder stirred the city Prince was a candidate for chief of police at the recent and having a strong came near being who was oyster inspector of this ly supported him and the nu n were al most constant Prince was furloughcd today for ten days and came down at morn ig in cHizenw Witnesses les llled at Hie inquest that who vas about town In Cannons company ost mel him loday and smilingly utllng his arm around him asked him o lcp aside wilh The two slood n the alongside the post dice talking In a low lone and appar nlly when Prince drew his and ll red five shots al Four of the shots took and died within a few The last witnesses was fired while lay face downward on lie Rrineo holding1 re volver close to Cannon1 who refuses to make will be arraigned before United States Com missioner Bowden tomorrow at The police arresled but United States Marshal because the mur der was done on government afterward took the prisoner from the stale It believed that the murder was the result of a po Oewels Collapse Is Ex pected Every Day A BOER LEADERS VOW The Execution of tt Is Futile and Sacrificial of Human ler Visited Pretoria but on Hit Return to Standerton He found His Lines Were Entangled by the litlcal it is now whispered that Prince suspected Cannon of im proper relations with Prince and that some admission made by Cannon led him to o BREAKERS DISLOCATED SPINE Curious Accident to a Woman Bathe at Anbury il Hi 1 specilically In1 l hi not srn s nl that principtl ii K will Tells Why He Delayed in Ordering Out Cape late premier of Cape speaking hi the house of assembly to announced his intention to sup port an amendment to the governments treason without disapprov ing martial declares its continu ance in certain districts contrary to the rights of British He took ihti ground that the amendment would not hamper imperial The occasion was seized upon by ScHreiner to make a long and iliiqunni advance of tho The siluatlon at Received a note the Li Yamen dated the The jurt ixcejved an per the mlnifters to have cynywunloatlon With the at Pt lo tho difficulty of allies toward Tien Tsln is again perilous owing to the assembling of Chinese troops with in striking The losses of the allies in the recent operations are now said to be of which number the Russians lost thfc Japanese 410 and the British A from Che dated Sun August says a messenger from Pekin reports that the dowager empress sent four carloads food to the lega tiuhaon July If the various conditions be balanced one against the other thu outlook Is cer tainly The foreign situation is Improving money is easy the poli tical campaign promises to reelect McKlnley the crop outlook is sat and trade has undergone a readjustment which should pave Ihe way for a good autumn On the other the foreign outlook is not free from danger tv many ore svaltlng for an election scare which may never and the unsettle4 Condition of the iron trade throws a shadow over the market for all the As th vacation explanation of his attitude throughout the war in South If 1 hnvt been he regarding the insufficient colonial military authorities have been ten times more 1 delayed calling out the volunteers unUl Ihe invasion of the colony compelled 1 was not aware at that time of the weakness the imperial He vigorously denied the existence of mi Afrikander declaring that sympathy with the Boors did not mean provided true allc Biiuice was SclirMner paid an enthusiastic tribute to the humane methods of Lord WUKCKKD PASSKNGEUS UKSCU1CU Cape passen gers and mall from the Dutch steam ship Pins Willem which went on the east side of Ihe island of Inagua on July have been landed here by the steamship Several the crew went ashore on and wilh the went to UIH island of It is probaSilu that the most of the wrecked steam ships cargo will lie The pas explained to when he said if 1 can satisfy myself on that point I will favor the bonds or anything olsc to get T know that if I can get water when I want it can raise six or seven cropsof alfalfa every year anrl can afford to pay even more for the water than Is now ot 1 want to beassured of the as taxes under present condi tions are already Wliilo the conversallon with Ust was In progress another ciunc along joined the He said Ive just been reading the cdllorlol In The Republican on thu of If the explanation given of IhR way to handle the silt question is proved to bo am ready to vole for Ihe all know that tho ristir volr will be a good Invest men I if it Is successfully Irvine said 1 favor I he but of I would prefer to the build the reservoir if ll bu there scans to be little hopj In Ihat di The need of storage Is beyond and if we can gel it in no other way I would favor the bonds wilh the understanding that Uiey bo so drawn as to become null and void if Ihe Is not constructed or the water Is not delivered to desiring pur 1 woud nol lliR bonds without thse spoeillc ClareiHs McJCwen said I dont know ibout 1 think the government should build us a reser but 1 dont it goi to have water though In some even If we huve to votp o of who upending th summer was knocked down by huge a I cr while bathing it Fourth avenue this Her spine was am ih i numb r if II Tin Injured woman was taken to the emer gency hospital and litter removed to her home in an torla Is Urn the oC ffovvrnmput Is working The death of Commandant Du who was klllc0 In the action near has greatly disheartened the Bothas force molting The Free Staters with him ire dismayed at tho surrender of Our scouts east of Pretoria ivport that fewer Boers are now and those arc mostly scouting The troops everywhere lire In tine The Boera yesterday bombarded tho xtreme right picked of General IVile B but retired on Iho vppearanca of two All the members of Sleyns gov Mnment except the expresident him self havenow They havo cen allowed to communicate with and have pointed out to him tho usclessnoss of continuinga strugxlo which can only produce bloodshed without Hny countsrbalanelng advan tage lo the Boer Every day DcWots collapse Is ex The Boera slate that he Iwff sworn a solemn oath thalt he will never but he Is nlng to se the unfairness sacri ficingthe lives of his men to his per sonal Commandant Botha will doubtless re ceive shortly the news of his colleagues In which Is almost cer tain lo cnler Inio peace A Boer force been demoiisl rations againsl tho railway be tween and but our line batv Hlroujrly and id ivudy with THE NOME HORROR A Condition Calling for Govermental San A the well known who has returned from Cape where lie as lliiKo said today From to people at Nome HARPER BROTHERS A Plan to Rehabilitate tho Old Pub lishing uviUl AT tunic lav from his visit to Ho hero cu The night before last the rail way bridge near Greylinsrstad was dam aged by the the spans beliw Little it S Is expected In repairing Our patrols continue fiequehitly in contact with straggling bodies of tho Two nights a quarter jf A mile of the railway between laagte and Givyllngstad was daniiitjtd The portion selected was nearly fotn mltos from our and tinwork lutd been done ijuktly and Half cus iim horsca could have done the niiMh in it few Tho rails aiil smui facing absolute doatitutlon and were lorn up and heir only possible relief 4s through the States The stcam running to Nome could not possibly Hliitf out the destitute gold if the owners could be expected give them free United States Senator Lindsay of screw and at thw same time Ihe tel were cut at the same por tion of the The were promptly Karly Ibis morning there a in alarm of au and the troops to The affair the re sult of a curious accident which hap and Julius to whom ij pened vifc xlevlatlou of the nave explained conditions at by a damaged have written the war and oclockthis morning 1n tlio darknetis arc urging prompt relief measures of u dozen Uueks rushed off down flu some TELEHOPN1C Long Hepariitetl Brothers Use a LoiSg Distance resident of this New step the plan to rehabilitate the old publlsn Ing linn of Harper Druthers was take today when the big plant was sold under being bid in by Col onel as agent of the the Morton Trust The includes the entire the right to use the imme Hurper and together with the real copyrights and au thority to issue the various weekly and monthly periodicals and magazines published by the The sale is in accordance with the original plan by which It is Intended to get the property out of the receivers hands and effect a YOUNG WIDOW SHOOTS figured in a novel reunion to the other participant being John who lives in Though nearly the entire breadth of the country Intervened between the lirothers exchanged greetings and heard one anothers voices for the first time since the close of the civil The medium of communication was the long distance and the ar rangements which had been previously made with the telephone companies en abled the two brothers to successfully converse for more than an The brothers have not seen each other since when John went and ng a and haixlly feeling able to make the long journey between In diana and they hit upon the ex pedient of a reunion by coming to grief on the bridge whore the line is creatingthe It is suspected that this not an and an in will bi Today another batch of and Boer prisoners left for the The of the Hollanders IIHH changed and there was no Hinging and no A force of Boers is sup posed to be in neighborhood of It Is also rumorwl that tho enemy are In force on the Orange river side of sengers lost most of their and daughter of a hotel suffered great privations on the island of Mariguana before they were by the A MATTER QF avtlun has been of this shot herself this afternoon because life without her hits who killed on their ding was not worth Finn is only IS years of tu an yoking Her ynarrjaga to UUITISH SJ3CU1ST SIflHVICIS During the debate on the secret service fund in the houae of commons today BABE Record of Games Won and Loit Al 8 At 7 At C Philadel At Cin AMKHICAN At 8 At Kansas 7 Chi Ati U U Mln asked thai a pledge be given by neapoll the government that no oftho money would be used for electioneer 1OUTO UIOPiJSlTOItV ing The Hight linanclal secretary lo tUe re plied that he was In no position to give such a but It was extremely un likely that the money would neso Fred said it was slgnltieant that the fund was In ercuteec on the eve of dec hired that the increase was exactly thamount of Hooleys check to thf conservative He asserted Uiat the conservatives were taking from the government what they were iaken tho populist national execu mond Finn was kept a secret for from the governmenl wnat tney w in to Charles A1 Tiien jl was announced and thej afraid to take from f sturteU on a Ini Thfund was of Ihe treasury has designated he Am erican Colonial Hank of Porto at Ban a depository of publlu The bank has furnished the United States bonds to the amount of as security for public and Is authorized to hold a llxed bal ance of DEATH OF Clark of the Santa Phoenix Prescotl died treasurer
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