Le Mars Semi Weekly Post, July 24, 1900

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Le Mars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - July 24, 1900, Lemars, Iowa Published Every Tuesday and jFriday. EQUAL RIGHTS T O ALL AND SPECIAL PRIVILEGES T O NONE. VOLUME VII. LE MARS, IOWA. TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1900. NUMBER 63 COUNTY DIRECTORY, Auditor— J. C. Kistlo. Clerk— E. C. Pfnfflo. Treasurer— A, J . S t a n g . S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of Schools— I. C. Tliso Recorder— G. W. McLain. County Attorney— G. A. . TefTors. Sheriff— O. P. Horron. Coroner— Dr. T . R. Cole. Surveyor— J. W. Myers. B o a r d of Supervisors— Neil Robertson, c h a i r m a n ; Thos. Adamson, ITenry A h l e r s , L. H. S c h u l t o , Wm. P a p c . State of Siege Declared in Siberia and Other Provinces. MYSTERY SOON TO B E SOLVED. Professional Cards. mi. w. n. mviaiiT, j D on t i n t . Olllne ovor Unas & Iluobsch's H a r d w a r e Store, Main S t r e e t , LeMurs Iowa. mi. E. I). IIIIOWKU, H K N T I S T . OHlco ovor Kalsor & Dior's Shoe Ju Htcro. l. oMars, Iowa. C h i n e s e Locution In L o n d o n Deolnres CoinmuiilRittlou W i t h Vcliliic " i " l l e on r r u c t l c n l l y I t c n i i c u o d — F a l l of T l c n T a lu n u n F i l l e d ColcHtlnls W i t h A l a r m. DR. V. L . H1UOK, P h y s i c i a n a n d S u r g e o n . ( Doutsclior Art?..) Makes i u s p e c i a l t y of s u r g e r y . OHlce o a s t » oom second lloor, O p e r a House l i l o c k. 81 ELY, J ^ o d l s t q , 111, E a g l e S t r e e t .. UEO. W. AKQO. .1. V. E D K L S T E IN D u e t s c h e r A d v o k a l ST. PBTISRSOUKO , J u l y 28.— An imper i a l ukaso issued yesterday orders that a Btato of siege b o proclaimed in the milit a r y districts of Siboria, Turkostan und Seuiiretchiusk a n d all reservists in tliose d i s t r i c t s bo culled to t ho colors. LONDON , J u l y 23.— Sir Obi Chen Loh Feng, tho Chinese minister iu England, took tho unusual stop of paying a Sunday rail at t h e foreign oillco. As Lord Salisbury was ubscnt. tho visit was with out special result, but its importance may bo gathered from a n interview w i t h tho secretary of tho Ohiuoso logation, S i r H a l l i d a y Macartney, i n which t h o legation officials seem to havo a s - sumcd at l a s t something like personal responsibility, Sh? Halliday admitted t h a t communication had boon practically . reopened with Pekiug and that inossagos from Sir Claude Macdouald, t h o British minister, and t h o other for eign envoys might bo expected almost immediately. He said ho hoped tho tronblo would soon be over, siuco tho Chiucso government was doing its a t most to overcome tho difficulties and to control tho lawless clomout. Iu his opinion t h e Americans had taken tho most commousonso view of tho situation, Hurt h e insisted that China ought not bo misjudged. Against tho suspicion t h a t Li H u n g Ohaug had any- but a sincere paciilo objoct in view, ho protested warmly, declaring t h a t all stories about tho perfidy and t r e a c h e r y of Karl Li wero " absolutoly baseless." With r e g a r d to t ho prospects iu tho southern provinces, the socrotary admitted thoro might bo small outbreaks but thought thoro would bo n o t h i n g serious, but said Europeans \ vould bo quite safe in t r e a t y ports. Tho long silence, ho explained, might bo " d u o to t ho rebels, who havo cut t ho w i r e s a n d blockod tlia roads Thus, n c c o r d i n g to tho B o c r o t a r y of more l u a solution or t uo groat milk let;, I mystery. Nevertheless n o one in EngdjaboUs, | j u m i Relieves t h a t tho allogeddispatches and edicts aro a n y t h i n g b u t subterfugos , . | to hide tho roal situation as l o n g as pos- Female DiSeaSeS a Specialty, siblo and to a v e r t rotribution b y sowing discord among tho powers. A G R O & E D E L S T E I N , L A W Y E R S . P r a c t i c e in a l l c o u r t s . All b u s i n e s s promptl y a t t e n d e d t o . lluslness t r a n s a c t e d In German If d e s i r e d. W INSTITUTE OF C O L L E G E B R A N C H E S O U T , A d d i t i o n s t o F a c u l t y of I o w a A g r i c u l t u r a l' I n s t i t u t i o n . Dns MOINES , J u l y 23.— Tho board of trnsteos of t ho a g r i c u l t u r a l college added an assistant professor of civil engineeri n g to t ho faculty last week a n d eloctod II. 5 Burt, of Illinois, to t ho placo. OtLoi faculty additions wore: B. S. Laniphcer, Cornell University, wsistaut professor of electrical engineering; Lewis 13. Young, Stato College of Pennsylvania, instructor in m i n i n g engineering; I. A. Williams, untyer- sity of Iowa, i n s t r u c t o r in milling engineering; Miss Sara Ellis, of Boston, assistant in cook ing; Dr. M. H. Reynolds, state votoriuariau of Minnesota uuivcrsity, dean of tho veterinary department; Miss Sara Miles, of Boston, assistant i n French a n d German; 0. E . Woodruff, Univers i ty of Pennsylvania, director of physical culture and instructor iu Latin. An agricultural museum will bo fitted up. Many improvements about t ho f a rm and collogo wero provided for. Those things nro t h o rosult of tho $ 2i>,- 000 additional support fund given tho college J> y t ho last legislature. APPKALS_ TOJMKRICA. China Asks F o \ Aid of the United States. HO ANSWER HAS . Y E T BEEN MADE. L A S T Many W E E K IN P H I L I P P I N E S . T . OBS Of Wo t r o u t s u c c e s s f u l l y a l m o s t nil forms of N c r v o n s F u n c t i o n a l a n d O r g a n i c Dlseai. es, Bpratns a n d D i s l o c a t i o n s , a f t e r o t h o r means h a v e failed. Among thorn wo m a y m e n t i on Mineral n e r v o u s p r o s t r a t i o n , facial a n d , g e n e r a l a g l t u n s , headaches, s c i a t i c lumbago, t l c d o u l o u r o u u x , St. V i t u s Dance, locomotor a t a x i a , a l l forms of n e u r a l g i a , loss of voice, e n l a r g e d t o n s i l s , I n c i p i e n t c o n s u m p t i o n , p a r - , _. .' i.,„ n H n i i n. f n w rlnvs n l y s l s , a s t h m a , h a y fevor, w r y nook, c a t a r r h , t h o O h i u o s o l e g a t i o n , a l o w ( l a ys g r a n u l a t e d s o r e eyes, p t e r y g i u m , e r y s i p e l a s , e h o u l d b r i n g n s o l u t i o n of t ho s c r o f u l a , spinal c u r v a t u r e , g o i t r e , I r r e g u l a r i t i e s of t h o h e a r t , h i p J o i n t disease, v a r l c o s o veins. B l i g h t ' s ( llsoaso, t o r p i d l i v e r , c a t a r r h of s t o m a c h a n d bowels, d y s p e p s i a , c o n s t i p a t i o n , e t c Wo benoflt a t l o n s t 00 por c e n t of a l l chronic affections a b a n d o n e d as I n c u r a b l e by o t h e r s y s t o m s of t r e a t m e n t , most of thorn r e j o i c i n g In a b s o l u t e c u r e . Wo a s k y o u r careful m v e s t l g a t t o n of o u r c l a i m s as wo h a ve ( h e most scloutlllc methods of t r e a t m e n t known. B O X C A R T O U R I S T S H E L D U P . S i n g u l a r Crime C o m m i t t e d on N o r t h w e s t e r n F r e i g h t T r a i n. JEFFEKSON , I t u , J u l y 23.— Threo men hold u p e i g h t companions riding in a box car two miles cast of this city last night. Thu eight men wero robbed of cash and valuables and J . O. Malsby, of Glidden, n m a n of good reputo, w a s shot i n tho breast and m a y die. Four of tho m e n wero in t ho car when it reached Joll'orson, tho other sovou getting on hero. Tho car was dark, bnt conversation was kopt up, When two miles east of town, without warning, a light was s t r u ck a nd a uowspuper lighted a n d tho oight mou saw threo maskod mon and t ho muzzles of throe revolvers. Tho order w a s to t h r ow u p h a n d s and i t was obeyed. Howovor, Mtilsby's hands woro n o t high onough to s u i t and ho was ordered to p u t t h em up. At t h e sauio time a bullot crashed i n t o his breast. Ho h ad ? 30 in money about h im und this, w i th such funds and valuables as tho other men had, was taken and at Grand J u n c t i o n tho robbers ( led. I t o i u i l o n of C u b a n V e t e r a n s. OEDAU RAPIDS , la., July 23.— Ar raiigemonts wero completed to- day for tho holding of t h e annual encampment of tho F o r t y - n i n t h Iowa, i u this city, August 7- 15. Tho oncanrpmont will havo reunion features, as t h i s is t ho first g a t h e r i n g of t ho b o y s Binco they wero mustered out i n Savannah, after several months' of d u t y in Cuba, i n May, 1899. They will bo elaborately eutortuined. D R . C H A S . D . R A Y , G r a d u a t e of t h o K l r k s v l l l o School of O s t t p a t h y . Consultation and Examination Free T h e T n s t l t u t o Is l o c a t e d a t 70!) Main St. a nd occuplos t h o o n t l r o second lloor of t h o d l b bs b u i l d i n g . Olllcu h o u r s f r om 11 a. m . t o 4 p . ra, T b l e p u o u o 07. i •. ™ ~ | Our Soda! is as cool a s 500 lbs. ICQ c a n m a k o i t . .. of Ice Gream Fresh Fruits... .. dally at.. • Jones & Co. f D R U G G I S T S . Ohas. L. v Berg AND SISTER furnish up- to- dato harp and violin or mandolin music for soloot gatherings. Prompter a n d other musical instrumentation if desired. Main and tolophono orders solicited. Long dlstanoe ' phono No. 70, LeMars : P i O. MAOr . AOAN, r- ros. T. IT. WARD , V- ProB •>.-.''.. IfilAMK KOOB, Cash. 1 C A P I T A L . « 100,000.00 ••'.••• JpNp.;'. L E M A R S NATIONAL BANK. E « ! l8aiii ; B8 '. Bii$ lw. Tiaii! ai! leii Hi's'!- .. i . p'ffl^^ P'. ' v. 1 . ' i'(/-" S. * F r om Shanghai comos a roport that t h o empress dowager a n d tho court uro moving t o Hsiau F u , in t h o proviuco of Shau Si, to which largo storos of rico aro being sout, a n d t h a t w h e n thoso arrangements aro completed tho remaini n g viceroys will deolaro against foreigners. Aocording to t h o Oho F o o correspondent of t h e Daily Mail tho fall of Tiou Tsin has so disheartened tho Ohineso t h a t they a r e seeking terms of peace. Ho says t h a t several a t t e m p t s havo boon made to send messages t o Poking, bnt so f a r w i t h o u t a n y known results and adds that rumors aro a g a i n curront t h a t tho Russians aro reaohing Peking from tho n o r t h . I t i s impossible to confirm or dony these statements, b a t cither ouo m i g h t explain China's offorts to g a i n time. Li H u n g Chang's visit to Shanghai Booms to bo a comploto failure. Except t h o Chinese customs officials n o ono h a s visited him. Clioug, t h e t a o t a i , gave tho consuls a cordial i n v i t a t i o n to inapt h im nt lunohoou, bnt afl declined. The Shanghai correspondent of tho Daily Expross pretends to havo authority for t h e assertion that Groat Britain will ropudiato any c r e d e n t i a l Li Hung Chang may bring from tho ompross dowagor, a n d h e adds: " Russia, howovor is w i l l i n g to mako torms with Li Hung Chang, whoso real mission is to sow dissensions among t h o powers. Tho British, Gorman and Amorioan' roprosentatlvos woro resolute against receiving h i m ." C h i n e s e Ofllolnls F r i g h t e n e d. Tho Shanghai correspondent of t h e Daily Mail declares that tho Ohineso officials aro thoroughly frightened by t h o fall of Tion Tsin a n d dosiro to open negotiations. " Therefore," ho continues, " although all are a w a r e of t h e horriblo Peking massacres, every offloial, down t o t ho lowost pensioner, h a s been sworn to seorooy under poualty o f wbolesalo exoontions, ( Bhould tho mat t o r como o a t . " There is tho usual crop of Shanghai rumors a t hand this evening. Ono is t h a t Prluoo Tuan has boon abducted and t h a t tho ompross dowagor is again supromo. Another is t h a t tho notorious K a u g Yi, president, of t ho board of • war, has beon appointed vlooroy of Canton. It Is roported t h a t tho Boguo forts aro boin grearmcd b y t h e Ohinoso with qulok firing'. Krupps and largo stores of ammunition, and that the Ohiuoso aro mounting guus and laying torpedoes at various advantageous points between Woo Sung and Woo Chang. Tho foreigners and Japanosohave evaouatod Now Chang, where the roads aro guarded by Japanese troops. All women and ohildrou have been advised to loavo tho forts on tho Yang- tso- Kiang, Slight skirmishes aro reported from Manchuria between tho Russians and Ohiuoso Tho St. Petersburg correspondent of tho Times sayst ." The United States government has communicated to the Russian government for its information that Emperor Kwang Su w » living and in full'possession of his imperial funotious ou July 0. Aa soon as tae'i$ ustlan General Linovlteb, reported from Viad}, VQitook to be marching ( o the scene of Softtilitie^ with au army. corps, and " irion< lfi lit- Oiiutvii. ONAWA , la., J u l y 23.— Tho Little Sioux river is out. of its banks at tho P o r r y bridge, east of Onawa, rising 16 inches last night and is ovor soino of tho hay land, Tho wator has n o t roachod a n y ' c u l t i v a t e d land yot, b u t i s still r i s i n g. Cttl'tlff Koreed t o Deellnff. OIJNTON , l a . , J u l y 2!).— Former Con gressraau George M. Curtis authorizes tho statement t h a t for business reasons ho cannot accept tho positions as first assistant postmaster general if i t should be tendered him. C o s t l y DlitSRO u t MilscnthiQ. MUSOATI. VB , l a . , J u l y 33.— One of tho | warehouses of tho H n t t i g Sash and | Door company i u t h i s c i t y bnrnod yostorday. Loss, $ 80,000. I n s t r u c t e d fofrn Duker Man. ATCHISON , K a n . , July 23.— Tho Atchison county Republican control oommitteo soloetod dologatos to tho Second dlstriot senatorial convention und instructed thoui to vote for a candidate favorablo to t h o ro- olootiou of Sonator Baker. l i n y Ooos t o C l e v e l a n d. WASHINGTON , July 28.— Socrotary Hay will loavo Washington for Olovolaud today to a t t o u d tho fuuoral of h i s mothor- in- law, Mrs. Amasa Stono. T E L E G R A M S T E R S E L Y T O L D . S t a t o D e p a r t m e n t H o l d . Thnt Fnrolp; n I ' o i v e r s l l u v e G r a v e l y l ^ r r o d I n Ansumluc; an l u l m l a a l Attlludu— Attuolc on Xnkn F o r t s S e e m s a n i b t u k o . WASHINGTON , July 23. — President MeKinloy has received what purports to bo a n appeal from tho Chinese imperial government t o IIBO h i s good ofiiccs to extrioato t h a t govornmont from tho difficult position in w h i c h it has boon placod as a rosult of tho Boxer uprising i and ensuing hostilo n t t i t u do of tho great powors. Although tho exact text of t ho appeal made b y tho emperor of China to Franco, as outliuod in tho cablo dispatches of Saturday, has not boon made known, i t i s k n o w n t h a t tho address to tho president i s similar i u tcrmn to t h at communicated. Iu our case tho communication was m a d e through Minister Wu to t ho s t a to department. Thus f ar a final answer 1ms. not boon returned. Tho French govorumout answorcd at onco, b u t t h a t answer will not serve u s . Tho United Statos government is pro" ceoding upon a u ontiroly different Hue of policy in t h o troatuiout of tho case. Unfortunately tho stato department finds itself alone i n this, but novcrtho less it is convinced that its' plan is tho best and It has beh i n d it tho consolidated nssuranco t h a t nt present all of tho European gov omuients havo tacitly admitted that an error was mado iu tho beginning iu not followin'g tho common sonso advice of t h e United Slates naval commander at Tnku. The point of difforouco betweon t h e stnlo dopnrlinout and t ho Europoan governments is t h a t the latter aro proceeding upon the beliof that all t ho for eign ministers and missionaries at ~ k i n g have been killod a n d insist upon dealing with the Chinese situation ou t h a t basis, thereby assuming a hostilo a t t i t u d o that tends to destroy tho lust ehauco of availing of whatever friendly sentiment may yot oxist among tho poworful Ohiuoso vicoroys a n d tho imperial govornmont itself. Thus, tho Frouch reply sots an itupossiblo t a s k for tho imperial govornmont iu i t s prosont s t r a i t s a n d tends to drivo i t a t onco to mako terms w i t h tho Boxers ami Prince T u a n ' s party. On tho other hand our government, while not g u a r a n t e e i n g tho t r u t h of tho advices from tho Chinese government as to t h e safety of tho foroign ministers, i s willing to accept tho statements temporarily, in tho mciiutiiiio remitting nono of its efforts to get. access to Mr. Conger through tho use of military forco if nood bo. By following out this policy tho s t a t e department argues that it has two chances instead of one. It may roach Mr. Conger with troops and i t also may socuro his delivorauoo through tho friondly olllcos of somo of tho powerful Ohineso ofllclals,! which tho powers aro n o t likely to obtain for t h e i r own pooplo by following out thoir present policy. l u D i i r n e n t s K i l l e d , W h i le A m e r i c a n s Was S m a l l . MANILA , J u l y 23.— It is officially roported that last week 200 insurgouts Wero killed a n d 130 surrendered or woro captured. Ouo hundred riflos woro taken. Twelve Americans woro killed and cloven wounded. This includes tho casualties of Colonel William E. Birkliimer's cngr. gemout w i t h ii forco of tho Twenty- eighth volunteer infantry, who attacked 200 in- Burgont riflos outronchod two milos out of Teal, killing 88. A detachmout of tho signal corps, while repairi n g wires, was twice ambushed. Captain d i a r i e s D. Roborts, of tho Thirty- fifth volunteer infantry, who was captnrod by Iho Filipinos lust Muy, h a s arrived hero ou parole. Ho will not roturu to captivity. Scuor Buoncamino last Thursday sout t o Aguinuldo by means of Aguiualdo'u m o t h e r tho amnesty resolutions adopted by tho mooting of roprosontalivo Filipinos hero on J u n o 21, together with Qoiicrul MacArthur's answer to t h em and other documouts bearing upon tho restoration of peace. It is understood t h a t Aguinuldo will summon his advisors and t h a t a reply may bo oxpoctcd w i t h i n a mouth. Filipinos hero will give a banquet uoxt Saturday i n colobration of President McKinloy's order of amnesty. SUNK BYJCEAN LINER British Bark Run Down by the Campania. ELEVEN OF THE CREW DROWNED. M I L I T I A M A Y B E C A L L E D O U T Mrs. Potter Palmor of Chicago has hud her $ 17,000 diamond necklace stolen a t Paris. F o r t y persons woro iujurod by a street c a r j u m p i n g tho t r a c k a t Minoral Ridge, O., a n d t u r n i n g over. " Favorablo action lias boon t a k e n upou t h o application of Brigadier Gonnral Jamos H i Wilson, U . 8 . V . , for active sorvlco i u China. Tommy Ryan h a s signed articles to moot J a c k Moflltt to fight boforo t ho National club of San Francisco", Sopt. 7, for a purse of ffi. 000. Count Bonl do Oastellauo fought a duel w i t h Count Xavlor Orlowski i u t ho suburbs of P a r i s Saturday. Orlowski was wouudod iu t ho ohost. Two boys fouud tho body of F r a u ds M. Coles of Columbus, O,, in a vncaut lot ou Woodward avouuo, Detroit, Sun day, w i t h a ballot, fired by himself, in h i s lioart. At Newton, O., David Brown, a host lor, Sunday killed Murk Robinson und f a t a l ly wounded F r a n k Murphy. T ho shooting was tho outoomo of a n old family quarrel. G i l b o r t H . Lion, a prominent and wealthy uitizen of Sioux Fulls. 8. D., died Sunday of congestion of tho b r a i n . Mr. Lion was a brother of the fusion oaudldato for govoruor. A Columbus, Sandusky & Hooking valley looomotlvo juiiipod t h e traok on a trostlo botwoou Crooltsvllle and Saltillo, O., Saturday, falling 01 feot. Euglnuor RoUa Ohuso was killed aud t he fireman injured, Gouernl Alexander, who was appointed by President Oloyolaiid bounda r y a r b i t r a t o r bptwoen Niourugua a nd Costa Rloa, has arriYotl at Managua w i t h his engineers, h a v i n g eomplotod t h e boundary survey. ' Auulo Muuvy, a 2 - yoor- old girl, was No Olllclul News F r o m Clitnli. WASHINGTON , J u l y 23.— With tho exception of a brief dispatch from Admiral Komplf, announcing that t ho Newark was going to Nagasaki, not h i n g was received in Washington yostorday by t ho Btato or navy departments rogarding Ohlua. This was also truo of tlio Ohineso legation, Minister W u saying t h a t ho h a d not a word from his country. The l a t t e r continues extromo ly optimistic of tho safoty of tho legations in P e k i n g a n d hopes t h a t t h o dispatch from Minister Oougor rocelvgd hero Friday is but tho precursor of nipro dotuilod information of a still b r i g h t e r character from tho Ohiuoso capital. Many of his callers inquired' of him' about t h o roport t h a t China h ad asked tho U n i t e d States govornmont ti exorcise i t s good ofllces for h i s country i u tho prosont crisis, b u t ho declined positively ( o mako a n y statomont on t ho subjoot. At t ho Japanese legation which h a s boon a sourco of much of th - nows which h a s reoently como from China, tho offloials also woro without advicos. Nothing has boon heard at the logutioil of tho roport published in tho Amoricau newspapers that tho Jupanoso govornmont is about to dispatch a second division of troops from Yokohama for Chinese territory. Chinese of Doric Springs Tear They Will l i e S l a u g h t e r e d I.*' oi' llevenp; e. CiiKYiiSNK, Wyo., J u l y 23.— A nuiubor of outrages havo been committed by foreigners upon tho Chinese residents of Rock Springs, Wyo., a coal mining town, 200 miles west, of hero on tho Union Pacific railroad, d u r i n g the past few days. Tho stato authorities, fearing a general movement against Chinatown, whero more than fiOO Chinamen reside ordered several companios of troops to bo in r e u d i u u sH to move to tho sceno Probably two companies of infantry will go to Rock Springs tomorrow, when martial l aw will bo proclaimed. Fool ing among the laborers at Rock Springs against tho Ohineso Is a t fever heat.'. but tho stato authorities will do everything possible to protect tho Cinnamon a nd provent bloodshed. Kniisn* I> u » l I. llnlt Decision. ATCHISON , Kim., J u l y 23.— Alex Aohl non s e c u r e d a j u d g m e n t of § '- 3,000 against the c i t y of Atchison for injuries ro coived b y f a l l i n g in a n open coal holo The judgment has not been paid, tho council making the e x c u s e that nearly all the m o n e y rjiised by tho 20 mill: lovy, which i s t h e limit, is required to pay interest- on bonded indebtedness and ( hat i t b u s no money to pay t ho judgment, . ludgo Bland held that by efunding its bonds after becoming n city of t h o first class tho debt becomes t h a t of a city of tho first class and Atchison cannot bo forcod to lovy nioro t h a n 20 mills. Tho decision is a now ouo. • l t l c h K l o n d l l t o r s A r r i v e, YICTOUIA, 11. C , July 23.— Tho Btcamur Amur reached hero yostorday, b r i n g i n g tho largest number of r i ch Klondikers a p d more gold t h a n has p ro viously arrived from tho n o r t h this season. Thoro is a t least $ 1,000,000 iu gold dust ou board tho steamer, and 00 passongerR, one- third of whom mado fortunes iu t h e far n o r t h . Tho general opinion of these men, w h o aro actually engaged iu mining, is that tho output for tho your will bo $ 25,000,000. Doctors say there are no cases of smallpox in Dawson, but somo typhoid. I l l g Ciinnvd L l n o r C u t s t h o S n l a l l e r Vossol C o m p l e t e l y In T w o — D i s a s t e r O c c u r s In t h e I r i s h Chunnul— Duo t o u Douso Fojr> — S o m e of t h o C r ow Itpseuod. LONDON , J u l y 23.— A donso fog h u ng ovor tho Irish channel yostorday. aud tho Cuuurd lino steamer Oampauia, onroute from New York for Liverpool, struck tho Liverpool bark Embloton, bound for Now Zoaland, amidships, c u t t i n g her in two. Tho limbic ton sunk immediately. Somo of t ho crow woro rescued, but i t is boliovod 11 mouthers of tho crew wero drowned. Tho Campania had h e r bows stove iu, b n t arrived safely at Liverpool five a n d a half hours l a t o. Tho Oampauia was l i t t lo injured, b ut had a n a r r ow escape from a serious disaster. Tho fog h a d delayed' her passago sinco Friday noon. At Tuskur light tho fog was becoming donsor overy moment. When tho Campania was about 30 milos northeast of tho light a phantom ship rose suddenly, without warning, directly across her bows. Thirty seconds later tho phantom had become a solid sailing vossel into which tho l i n e r crashod, hor steel forefoot going through tho Embloton like tho clean cut of a sword aud dividi n g hor j u s t abaft t h e mainmast. Tho J forward half sunk instantly. Tho stern swung viciously round and t ho mast and y a r d s for a moment tore a t tho Oampauia. A lump of wrockago camo down on'hor decks. Thou tho storn of tho b a r k ulso disappeared a nd tho faco of tho sea was littorod with splintered timbers, boxes, barrels, tho wholo upper works and lighter cargo, tho deckhouses and such things. From the instant tho phantom camo into view from tho bridgo of tho Oampauia u n t i l the last vestige of tho vessel vanished, sumo ( SO or 70 seconds had elapsed. R O C K I S L A N D T R A I N S C R A S H. Two riissenger. Como Together nnd Two Tramps Killed. DENVER , J u l y 23.— Two Rook Island passenger t r a i n s smashed together yesterday about threo milos of Burlington, Oolo. Two t r a m p s , ouo of t h em named J o h n Money a n d tho othor unknown, wero killed. Tho t w o onginos and t ho t e n d e r s wero completely demolished a n d t ho baggago aud mail cars wero badly splinterod. Both cnglno crows saw t h e o t h e r ' s h e a d l i g h t i n t i m e to apply tho air a nd t h c u jump, t h u s avoiding w h a t might havo boon a sorious disaster. Tho t r a i ns wero r u n n i n g nt full speed when they came in Bight, b u t h a d slowed down to about ton miles nu hour when they collided. Tho passougers woro badly jarred, b u t nono wero Injured. NebraBlin B o a r d Still In E v i d e n c e. LINCOLN , J u l y 23. — T h o Nobraska board of t r a n s p o r t a t i o n decided to sit August 0 a t Omaha and tako further testimony in t h o caso i n s t i t u t e d by J o hn O, Yoisor to tost tho l aw giving tho " board powor to rcduco tolophono rates. T h i s sitting is t o bo hold at tho roquost of Attornoy General Smyth, notwithstanding that Judgo Muugor of t ho federal distriot has j u st decidod t h a t tho act c r o a t i n g tho board of transportation is unconstitutional. I t is not boliovod t h a t tho board will bo in coutompt of court if i t proceods with tho tolophono heating, bocauso Judgo Monger's decision in tho form of au inj u n c t i o n relates only to r a i l r o a d rates. I l o y u o t t A g u l u s t C h i n e s e I . u t i u d r l e s. OIIIOAQO , J u l y 23.— Tho Ohinoso populatiou of Chicago is porturbqd ovor t ho reports from various parts of tho city t h a t because of Ouucauslau antipathy urousod by tho trouble iu China, a boyoOtt has l i t e r a l l y , boon iustfrofcod against Chluese luundrles and traok farms. Wn S u n g Leo, a buulcor in Chinatown, and probably tho riohost mongolian iu tho city, says four laundries havo buon forced to suspond lmslnoBB during tho past wook and Ohinoso laundries gonerally roport falling off of 00 per cent i n thoir business. • • ' Olft t o Ilethuuy Colleffo SAUNA , Kan., J u l y 83.— D. K. Poar son. a Chicago philanthropist, submit tod a proposition to President Carl Swensou of B e t h a n y pollego, offorlug to give ISO*, 000 t o w a r d auondowihout fund for tho college on condition that tho oollogo raise a n additional 976 ,000 by J u n o 1, 1001. • President Swensou ao ooptod t h o proposition a n d will immediately commence work on r a i s i ng t he amount. ; . .'.,.-; -. ^_ l i l t t e n by a I t n t t l e s u s ke GBNBVA , Neb,, July' 88,-- YoHfoj; cj\ ay morning t h e l i t t l e 10 - year- old. sod of l t e h e l s ' 1' ulte r a u i i u i u anil Colon. KINOSTON , J u l y 23.— Captain Moller of the Gorman steamer Flundriu, whie'i arrived horo from Oolombiu, ropor t h a t tho govornmont troops entered Colon from Panama on J u l y 1C, t ho latt e r city having fallen into tho hands of tho robolu. Ho also asserts that Colon i s now i n possession o f tho rebels, havi n g boon easily takou on J u l y 0, without a fight. Sabauilla iu t ho department of Bolivar i s surrounded by t ho insurgents. Honrs l l e a l e n On*. LONDON , J u l y 33.— Tho war ofllao h as ocoived tho following dispatch from Lord Roberts: Pnu 'roniA, J u l y 23.— The BoorB mado a determined a t t a c k yostorday to destroy u post a t tho Rail Head, 13 mile", oust of Heidelberg, which ( hoy attacked w i t h threo guns aud n pompom aud surrounded. Thoy woro, howovor, beatou off after a sharp engagement, boforo l'oliiforcomoitts summoned from Heidelberg hud arrived. W o n d e r f u l Toleu; rii| ih1o I n v e n t i o n. OIIICADO , July 23.— Telography by tho use of typewriters in place of tho ordinary clicking keys and receivers familinr in telegraph ofllces, has boon made possible by t w o Chicago men, Zalinon G. Wholes aud Alfred O. Gilmore. They havo dovised a moohauism by which a mossago w r i t t e n with ordin a r y spelling on a machine t h a t has a keyboard exactly liko thu keyboard of t h e ordinary typewriter, will bo printed if t r a n s m i t t e d over a telegraph wire by another typewriter in tho ofllco to which it is sent, hundreds or thousands of miles away. New I n v e n t i o n H u m s W a t e r. OTTAWA , , luly 23.— Next to m a k i ng wator run uphill is a marvolous invention, j u s t perfected by a m a n i n Montreal, A. O. Ingalls, a graduate of Mc- Gill university. His invention is a procoss by which wator may bo usod so as to effect au immense saving i u ooal. I n fact, i t may bo said t h a t practically wator is tho fuel aud. t h a t coal is an auxiliary. Tho method of operation is such that a t h i n spray of wator is spread over a coal flamo i n suoh a w ay aud with such auxiliaries t h a t tho boat of tho flamo is wonderfully augmonted. W h a l e KluUs a I l o a t In r a e l l l e Ocean. SAN FRANCISCO , J u l y 23.— Tho pilot bout Bonita last n i g h t was r u n into by a big whalo off Golden Gato and so badly damaged t h a t she sank iu a l ow hours. Tho boat was commanded by Captain Scutt and h a d four pilots a n d a crow of fivo men. Tho whalo r a n head ou into t h e rudder post. All tho mon on board wero thrown down. Oaptaiu Scott said tlio whalo was a s l o n g a s a schooner a u d baroly as high as tlio rail. I t disappoarod w i t h a uumbor of othors. lion- Hup; T o u r n a m e n t Knds. NEW YOUK , J u l y 23.— Tho final d a y of tho international bowling touruamont a t Schuotxen park, Union Hill, N. J ., wns t ho most successful of t h o wook. Tho prizes woro awardod and spooohos mado by t h o officers of t h e U n i t ed Bowlors. Tho outcomo of t h o difforont games furnished sovoral Burprisos, especially iu t h o lutor- clty championship. Now York was thought to bo a suro winner, but Chicago carried off tho honors. All t ho w e s t e r n teams made a good showing. Whcoliug, W.- Va., h ad tho honor of p u t t i n g u p t o p Bcoros, rolli n g 000 aud 002. D r i v i n g O u t Nop; rn S e c t i o n Ifnndfl. MCPHKKSON , Kan., J u l y 23.— At Conway, a small station wost of McPherson, tho Santa Fo Railroad oompany put a colored man to work on tho section, and somo t h r a s h e r s finding this out chased t h o colored m a n o u t of town a n d notified h i m t o l o a v o tho country. Yesterday sovoral more colored mon were put t o work and, It Is said, woro armed, l e a r n i n g of t h i s tho mon assembled a g a i n and Sheriff Soltz' was summoned. • V n m t g l l i i g n u ( i n t l e r A r r e s t. LAMAII , Mo., J u l y 23.— Olydo Ilagan, tho young mau, who with Frank Lovick, tried t o wreck tho Memphis flyer two miles west, of thiB placo May 21, was arrested near hero yoBtorday. Lovick h a s boon i u custody siuoo last Monday and confessed, but assorted that Hug/ in placod t h o obstruction on tho track. YcBtordny'* l l a s e b a l l R e s u l t s. Omaha, 8: 1' uoulo, 2. Rt. .1 osuph, H; Bloux City, 1. 14 innings. DIM Moines, 0; Denver, U. ChtenKo, fi; Clovoliind, 5. lUlnnlnca. Kansas City, 2; InrtlonapoUfl, 6. Milwaukee. II; Buffalo, 7. Detroit, U; Minneapolis, 4. . . . . . _ . . William. Aldvup, oastof town. ww » poUouudnt Popria'iu a peculiar man- the wheat fl*' 4 spso « dlug out the Shocks ulh Tho Uttlo girl had eaten tablets t 0 d r y w heu- l> e\ vB8 • Wttep twioo. on ( riven to her toy a . . Professor JSugouo Plowo, ' 4ete artillery Wmde, W i i \ oJn atued. strychnine • ^ > ^ 5 W ^ | S ? , S J S A ^ f ' Tsln the odvanoeW Pekfcii 'i- ViU swrfW . toy Dr, Sloan tw Prpfewwr i » * • UWg « <* M< His father a t UghtuiBK ipeed - to • who dre » » n n 0 1 8 W o r k After b o n y I d l e n e s s. OIUCAQO , J u l y 23.— After months of idleness cut stono contractors, many of t h em mouthers of t h e Building Cont r a c t o r s ' council, havo outorod into an agrcemout w i t h tho ofiicorsof tho stonoc u t t e r s ' union to rosumo work a u d to submit all. differences which may arlso to a pormauent a r b i t r a t i o n commltoo of ton. JSjiworth Leai; iio A. sonilily. HURON , S. D., J u l y S3.— Tho South Dulcota Epworth league assembly opened here yostorday by a sormon from Dr. Brousou of tho G a r r o t t Biblioal institution nnd Dr. J o o Boll of Iowa. Bishop, McOabo is unable to till his appointment boonuse of siokuoBS. Tho attendauae i s larger t h a u at tho opouiug last year. • • K i l l . I l l s Chum. Sioux OITV , J u l y 38.— Gregory Mouahan, 17 years'old, shot a n d killed Eugone Nngont, a g e d 16, yostorday. T h e boys worn ohums a n d woro oxamlulng a revolver Mouahau h a d just purchased. Mouahan is undor a r r e s t. Cure tot Y e l l ow Ifuvor. VEHA OHUZ , Mox., J u l y 33 Tho first patient treated w i t h yellow fflYW,'| ji by t h e y o u n g BrflziHou — J i t " i s — Dr.; Bomiuaf? h'., « OW, J|; fj « n, t. Oth, er paints ,; H T r i e d t o W r e c k a T r u l u . Tiiiiiiii LAKES , Wis., J u l y 23.— Somo time d u r i n g last night 18 tioswore pilod on t h o r a i l r o ad tracks flvo milos south of t h i s station. Alex Swan, a laborer, romoved tho obstruction juBt In time to provent passengor train No. 37 f r om s t r i k i n g it. Swan also romovod o number of largo rocks from a bridgo a short distance north, his uotiou probably saving tho lives of 30 mombers of tho Threo Lnkos Rod a n d Gun olub, who wero on t ho t r a i n. I. I II e m a i l F a t a l l y I n j u r e d. OMAHA , J u l y 38.— J. A. Orauu, a linomuu iu t h o employ of tho Thompsou- Houstou ISloctrio Light company, was fatally iujurod by falling from a polo near N i n e t e e n t h a n d Dodge streets Sunday ovenlug. Whilo working ho loBt h i s balanuo or was shooked by tho ourrout a n d f o i l hoadloug t o the sidowalk 30 foot below. In addition to severe internal iujurios tho r i g h t ami was brokou bolow tho olbow aud sovoral ribs woro fractured. Omnes T o d a y. Western LCUKUO — Pueblo a t Omaha; Donvor nt Don Moines; Bioux t ' l t y nb Bt. Joseph. National I. oaguo— Pittsburg n t Now Yorki C'hlniK" at l l r i i u k l y n ; Cincinnati at Pluladolphla; tit. Loulu a t Bostou. Sliuiiltnif o( t l i o C l u b s. WKSTl'. UN liUAODIt. W. D. P e t . 1 W. L . P o t . Dcmvrn- 117 I1U . Uti Omaha 114 U! l .607 Deis Molnni.. Ill ll'l . Mil Bloux U l t y . . 80 115 Bt. J o s e p h . . Ill) IB ,( i'. 1l| Pueblo 87 07 NATIONAL M3AOUB. W. L. I » ct.| W. L . Brooklyn.... 47 SM .( Ul! uinelnnntt.. B0 119 Phlliiiliiliilila 41) 114 Ml Boston 00 III) I ' i t t H b l i r i : . . . . 4U U0 . tOMbt. L o u i s . . , , II'J US ClilciiKu IIS 110 .514INow Yorlc.. SO 44 AMKIIIOAN I. KAOOE. W. I,. Tto. W. L, Chlcn « o ih 111 .61) 11 D e t r o i t DO 41 Indliiiiau'llH. 43 1) 4 .6611 Kansas City 08 411 Milwaukee.. 44 118 .607 UnlTaln...... B0 4.1 CTuveluud. .. OOIIT .61U Mlmioapolls. U2 60 ,463 .42S Pot. .480 .468 .467 .071 Pot. .488 .460 .445 . WO T E L E G R A P H I C B R I E F S. Robert Bryant, agod 70, was killed a t Owonsboro, Ky., Sunday, b y h i s brotherin- law, Samuel Kelly, agod 00. N a t u r a l gas h a s been discovered near Puna, Ills., and t h e farmers iu t h a t BOO tion uro p i p i n g a n d using tho gas at thoir homos. Hon. L. E. Chittenden, register of tho treasury during tho Lincoln administration, died a t Burlington, Vt., Sun day agod 77 yours. Tho imperial Russian oruisor Variag • loft Cramp's s h i p y a r d s Suuday on route for tlio Now E n g l a n d coast, whoro her ofllciul spoed triul will bo made. Reports from various points i n Texas show t h a t 3,000,000 pounds of wool aro being hold iu that stato bocauso the growers rof uso to uccopt ourrout prices. Joseph Mitcliell, a clgarmakor, was shot and i u s t a u t l y killod by Chris Eok, a Marinotto, ( Wis.) polieoman, Sunday. The former was intoxicated and re sisted arrest. King Alexander of Sorvla has pro* clulmed his b e t r o t h a l to Mmo. Draga Musohlu, a w i d ow who w a s formerly a Looks I. lUo D o u l i l o M u r d e r. ST . Josiirn, J u l y 23.— Tho doadbodies of t w o men woro found yesterday on ludyTn" wa~ itin" g\ b Queen Nathalie, " tho tho Maple Loaf right- of- way 80 miles king's mother. ' u u n o r t h of horo. Wounds ou t h o head i n In a^ polllslou Suturday outside Belfast t h e samo spot ou oaoh man indicate lough between tho passenger steamers murder. Tho looal police aro firm in Dromedary a n d Alligator Ave puasent h i s boliof and thoy and tho railroad fiors woro killed a n d m o r e than 60 more* dotootlvos uro a t w o r k on t h e caso, b n t o r l o 8 H s o r i o n a l y injured. givo out n o t h i n g. J u d g e Robert Pleasant Trippe, Calls Candidates ToKsther. LINC » I. N, July 3U\—- Ohuirmau J. H. I Edmistou bus Issued a call for tho mooting of tho Populist stato control committee for July 81 in this oity. AU candidates on tho fusion tiokot have been oakod to moot with tho oommlttop at that time. , • Verdict POT Urenah of F r o i n l i a . AT0D3S0N, Kan„ July 88,— A vordiot » key . ami,^! 9ftariffl, <^ p^ cWa lieved to be tho last survivlnif " member of the confodorato congross and at one Hme a judge of tho ^ upromo oourt of Goorgia. dlod at Atlanta Suuday. . Rush' orders havo oomo for the Sovoitth battery of heavy urtiUery at Port Rllov, Kan., to proceed i. wltti » U,' haste to tlio oriont, calling for . orders ,. t Nugaaaki. General Merriam pi'omul » gated tho order iu Denver, ' Colonel J. W.. Soully of tho. anarti mastor.' s aepai'twTOt J J i r " " *""' ;

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