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   World (Newspaper) - July 20, 1900, New York, New York                                tre Fair and as a and a Page of new pictures in the Sunday Circulation Books Open to AIL Weather Forecast Generally Fair and New idea in sheet More tuneful than Mother Goose Melo With Sundays Circulation Books Open to All the Pronx Publish ing New York NEW FRIDAY JULY CJKXT in Greater New York nncl Jemcy CENTS ontHliIo of Gronler New York and Jcrn cy City and on Put on by Prosecution He Gives Startling Testi mony for Immediately after the shooting Taylor opened his door and Inquired what the shooting was Somebody said Goebel had been Taylor went back and pot his He did not have It when he first the GOEBEL That the Fatal Shot Was Not Fired from Office of the Secretary of ICHINNS STATEMENT IPcttor Snys tlmt tlie Ttpily Dirt Not Fall on Spot Mnrlced Spprlil to The July Hnjr and unexpected testimony for the defense was given today in the trial o exRepublican Secretary of for complicity In the Goeho by George a witness for the Fetter of the Louisville He had been Intro duced by the Drosecution to establish 1 the fact thait Powers had had printed r badges worn Ijy Oio army of moun tain men for the purpose of Identifying one After this was done ex Brown began the crossexamina He brought out the fact that Fet was In the Capitol grounds about forty feet behind Goebel when the first was v I saw Senator Goebel clasp his hands to hie the witness and uttering a loud fad to the ground Ijdmmedlately crossed the grass plot to lie walk on the other Why did you do so To get of the line of From what point then did the appear to yon to Imve been flredf From the apace between tlie fttatc HOnjse and tlte office of tue was In direct contradiction to the theory of the prosecution that the Shot was fired from the office of the of State In the State Did you note carefully the spot where loebel fell next Brown J Po you know where certain pegs or noils are driven In the pavement near on Capitol Square These nolle were driven in place by direction of the lawyers engaged In the I Do they Indicate the point Goebel fell I think Goebel fell about six feet nearer the t Thin would place Goebel out of the line vrhlch has been drawn from the window of the Secretary States office to the bnllethole in the huckleberry tree in the Cap itol The witness further saild that Jack to walk ahead slowly titter Goebel was shot for thirty or feet end was not the first to reach after he Policeman Tom ujnassori being the V Before the testimony of Fetter was the star witness lor the who testified yes terday was again put on the He Is one those indicted for comollcity In the He declared today that at the conference of mountain leaders in a short time before the mountain men wore brought to the cap Powers had warned those Paying Jf anything should happen from the bringing of the men we will be all In dieted for Be for we are burning our brldees behind TJie prosecution then produced a box of cartridges for the witness to Culton said they were like those wihtch Youteey showed him when talking about Culton declared tjhat ivhlle in jail with at Powers told him Ihe would see to It that his family was provided for If witness would agree not to at on the Is It not asked Attorney for tihe that you used belonging to the funds in your charge while a clerk In the Auditors and that Auditor Stone was com pelled to make your shortage Good It Is not Culton was asked If he had not been Indicted for foreery in Jackson He answered that ho was indicted for technical offense of slenlnK another mans name to a petition for the bulld of a nerw and that the eult was Crossexamination of Culton elicited fact tlhat in the Frankfort Sheriff of Breckin rjdee had held up a handful of cartridges and said This Is the wav to settle this had pro tested that euch measures were not to be Stlas another said he waa in the Executive Building when the The shots sounded to Mm as though they came from the Secretary of States He said that INTDEX TO iw B 8 Auction 7 1 1 W KB S Eonrd 8 1 Uuiintw Property to 9 B 7 3 DiwlDf 1 Employment 5 s Flila tnd AptTtmanu to JTUU and 7 I T I a HonM 8 A labmi ud OlrUad I J Uidlol 10 C Millinery DreMiuakinglO 7 Horteure Ixmna 0 A 10 6 11 i Ftnoul 7 8 Hanoi lu 7 Prnfciiiona BitunUonH Female 11 6 Public Notion g ParehaM and 10 8 Railroad a ItealEelato t Iteal ElUU for Manhattan I 4 9 4 9 B Linylatand 9 fi t 9 g WtlttiheiUr 9 D Outof 9 6 Rial Batata to Lone 9 9 j Bail ZitaU Wanud 9 B filtuitlona Fe male 11 Bltuallooa Halell 6 it 7 BpnrtlTNtEOooda a 7 10 4 Bammer 1 UntnnUhed Houet to I 10 I FRANCIS WEDS A Son of One of IJosloiis nest Fam ilies ItlnUpH a Mnrrlagc That Antoundn Special to Tlie July one of the wcaithiest and eligible younp men In has been married to Sairnh daughter of Pat rick who lives on the top floor of a soutlh end who Is llverl at the Beacon street Womc of his wealthy Francis His mother was a one of Hie best families in and tihc voting husband is himself the nephew nf Gard the social leader of the Skinner is twentyfour nnd was a in the ol a leading drygoods When ihe couple met ami did their lovenKtklng is not The young husband Is the owner of the famous raclijg schooner yacht Constella He IB member of the Somerset of the Hinston AthleticAssocia the BrookllmCounily Club and Iho Eastern and Corinthian Yacht of The young bride Is described as beau tiful and The couple are away un their wedding HORSELESS GUN STARTS FOR Special to The July piece of horse less otherwise a rapidfire gun mounted on an automobile of special started from Fort Sheridan today on an experimental trip to Wash Tho besides the carried Major Davidson and three cadets from the Northwestern Military Acad Miss Helen Gould visited the fort earlier In the but left before the carriage was formally Joseph Wheeler saw the party set out from the He gave Major Davidson a note to be delivered to Miles In Tho route mapped out leads New York and Philadelphia The trip is expected to take two ADNA CHAFFEE Commander of the American Torres in who was promoted yesterday KILL THEIR VICTORIA GREETS CHRISTIAN Qncen Smiles nnil Bows to Thou sands of Tlicm IVIto Come to Windsor to See July thousand visited WlmUpr and Strat A large gathered in the royal grounds in the afternoon hoping to see Queen and received word that Her Majesty would appear In the quadrangle of the Here the Queen shortly attired in and accompanied by Princess Henry of ready for a A thousand voices united In God Save tho which was followed by the Christian Endeavor nnthem as Her Majesty drove down the acknowl edging the bowing and NEW YORlTTOO Meftaengrer Boy and Friend Go o Philadelphia for Excitement and Find Special to The July Jacobs and Julius both of New York were arrested early this morning at a railroad station Jacobs told Magistrate Stratton that he was formerly a messenger boy in New There was nothin1 doin in New he The town was too slow for so I passed It I want ed excitement ln The boys said they hald Just been re leased from prison at whers they had served ten days for The Magistrate gave them ten days on the same BIG PUSHCART Police dither In a Score of Grand nnd Division Street A score of pushcarts loaded with cuffs and sus penders filled the office of the Eldrldee Street Police Station last The pushcarts and their proprietors were the fruit of a raid made by Her lihy on complaint of eastside store keepers that the pushcart mon remained In front of their douro and Interfered with their Detectives Peters and Sheehan made the raid an captured all the pushcart men In Grand and before whom the prisoners were said he be lieved none of them had been In this country more than three weeks COW IMITATES A ty Tho July Dunbar is what 16 known In history as Lovers a jutting forty feet over a The place got fchls name because an Indian lover once his sweetheart from the rock and then cast totmself to A flne Jersey owned by John going out to the Lovers Leap stood a moment and then jumped She was found down the still and surgeons at Dunbar are try Ing to save her life that she may toe ex hibited as a HEAT DROVE HER TO July Mary wife of Frederick swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid at her 44 Pine at10 oclock this Corning and died three hours Grahlfa returned a few days ago rom where she went to visit her father and While there she went ahopplng one day and on her return anted It was said she had been affected by the An at tack of melancholia followed and It Is supposed that while depressed she swal lowed the GrahTfs was twentyseven years of She leaves one a boy four years at Or Palatlal dliiarr No fare aa the Pennsylvania tUmtted Indlimvpolii or BL SIR FRANCIS He will It Is the British forces in IF IMPERIALISM SUCCEEDS IN OUR PRESIDENTIAL President and CabinetDecide Upon the Withdrawal of United States TO BE DONE Wood Declares that People of the Island Are Ready for SelfGovern menti ftvrlal lo The July President MoKlnlcy and the Cabinet decider to day to turn over the srovernment of Cu ba to tho Cubans within the next nine The plan was almost the sale topic of discussion during a Cabinet ses elon of five Leonard Military Oovurnor of tho who had been sent for by the said the Cu bans were now eapable of selfgovern and advised that the government he turned over to them at an eanly Ho recommendo1 that a constitutional convention be held by the Cubans at Havana in The President declared a belief that nine months would afford sufficient time for all preparatory He said that the pledges made by Congress to Cuba should bo carried out as soon as The withdrawal of the troops will he Gen Wood asserted that a sudden evacuation of the island would cause much apprehension among the They were accustomed to garri sons and believed that the presence of soldiery was a guarantee of Property owners In the he were especially anxious that itho soldiers until all possible danger of trouble was President McKlnley expressed the opinion that being familiar with the people and their should stay in Cuba until the new government was in working The Administration hopes by the ac tion taken today to prevent the Demo cratic campaign orators from saying that It Is tlie Intention of the Republi can party to hold Cuba The date upon which the last United States forces shaJll leave the Island will probably be decided by the constitutional It this convention ryhould declare for the policy of the Administration would of course be materially Now the sole object of the President Is to give the Cubans an opportunity for Belt Wood said tonight that he would sail fdr Havana from New York tor morrow TRADE DRIED Manufacturer llriiilc Adiultn Hca Emburrunnecl by Luck of It is thai a firms business Is by the tOiiR Is Wag toefadlen John Brink manufacturers of umbrellas at 292294 Ohiuroh Dry has made uimbreillas a dirugr on the mar and yesterday tihe flnm called a meeting of at which announce on ent was nmde cf its TSio flrm declared that the extreme dulnoss In the umbrella market was due to lock of Other causes ot firms luvmlbfles were IMness at Uhe senlor partner and compeitlMon of the depart ment TQio showed lia bilities and nominal assets DOG BOWED THE Put TTTO Hlsliwiiyiuen to Fllfsht nnil Saved Victims July was cattacked by two footpads on Washington Heights lost One of them throttled him and held a pistol to his head wihlle the began to search HoaK Strugcried violently and aroused a bte lay in the yard of Will lam close to the The dOK sprang at the who re leased Hoacr and ran They failed to get his This morning thres negro brickyard hands were arrested on One had a Hot Weather Menu on UM dining dors of Pennaylvanla Table dholto July KreuB rrganled as an organ of tho German says The possibility must ever be kept in mind that the powers may dip agree and that each will withdraw tn its own sphere of It In HOTT ccrtnlii that tlie war will for a loiiff ilnicTniKl tlie present troopn lu the field are entirely if the United States Government had already cre ated a military basis In Washington would now rnako a claim for a separate sphere of If imperialism succeeds at the forthcoming Presidential election a strong expansion policy toward China is to be ex pected from the United In any In order to make thoir influence feltIn the coming reorganization of the Chinese Government each poiver will probably establish further points of support In WEDDED FOR FIFTY BUT NOW AT House Divided Against in This Case by a Falls from AGED HARRINGTONS IN A AVlfo Has HtiNlmiul Arrented Ile lie on Her Side of tlie After fifty years of happy married life this trouble of Dennie Harrington and his wife is literally a case of a divided against The aged wife had the septuagenarian husband ar rested and it came out In court that a fence divided the back ynrd piece for It was only a time ago that the two happily celebrated their golden anni All where they was little later Dennis set off for the old country to visit his few remaining friends and kin of days He loft his wife When ho came back the trouble You should have taken me insisted the old And so they Then they hired who decided that lovers for fifty years had no right to get di Divide the In suggested the and the wife remarked that she illhougWt of the same So certain rooms were allotted to her and cCiitaln ones to her Rach agreed to out of the quar But they mot In the iback So the trouble was by the erec tion of a hlgih board fonje rlsht down the centre of Just n little was loft In the fence so hat oM Dennis could got the which couldnt bn Another wins left for tihe wife to draw water fromTlihe wlhleli was on Denniss Dennis soon felt So he rented his linlf of the house to another Tho newtonnntK walked ithiroligh llairrlnirtons baeilt to reach the Got out she I gave my hus band Uhc Tight to go through that hole in the but not you folks There was nothing for the husband lo do So Iho nailed boards across his back To do thin ho hod to trespass upon that part of tho yard sacred to his Then she had him The oase will como up for trial next OREGON TO REPAIR IN July Secretary Washington Oregon and Nashville arrived Kure 2 oclock this Ex pect to dock on tho Shall I make permanent or tem porary repairs I would suggest putting on steel which can be done in a very short tlmo and ship go back to her duty at To make permanent repairs It will require at least sixty proba bly Not a single man Injured In any Commanding July Japan Universal rejoicing over safety ef She Is the Constitution of this I If safety of Oregon patch and go to I commend your preference for service Secretary ot the A DELEGATE Special to Tlie July At the State Senatorial convention begun at Cookevllla Sll Cleek and Crawlcrd became engaged In a tight near the door of tihe hall and Cieolt drew a knWe and Crawford a The latter fired three all of wMch took effect and Cleek died within The lt Is grew of a land but the excitement wan so great the convention Poth men weradelesatsg to the con WAR FEVER ON THE PACIFIC The Government Cluirtcrlum All Available for SAN July United States Government chartered all the available Pacific Mail one Northern Pacific Railroad eteamer and two Alaska coasters as transports for trooos to Germany has already ordered over of food and other army supplies which will be sent out for the German troops In China as soon an transports can bo The Pacific Mail steamships City of City of Sidney and Colon have been withdrawn from the Central Amer ican route for the transportation of troops to Work is being rushed on the transports Hancock and which are oxcepted to be In readiness to receive troops In about ten Con tracts are being made by the Govern ment ofr supplies for to men who will be temporarily encamped at the z Vlrslnlnna AnxloliH to Special to Tho July wave of military enthusiasm la sweeping over and should the President Is sue a call for this State would at Short notice furMsh four regi The mall of Tyler Is bur dened daily b requests to bo allowed to raise companies and take them to Chna upon the first coll to who took a prominent In the war with heads the list of a hundred wellknown men who have professed wUlihgness to go to the Association of and onethird rata UUwaukoa via Fenn WlvanU V Operated Upon for Appendi citis and Believed to Be Out of HER PASTOR WITH The Percy of New Arrives in and Is Guest at By the rrCUI ti Tho W tld I July Ferry liflinant was siiirrssrully niiorn loil upon this morning for the opera tion being porlmniti nt HvtheSca the Newport villa or her srn resting comfortably and HHMCI la no apprehension as to her speedy re Wllilnm of family nrrlvoi wil ling also of New this morning fnrmcTl the It Is nfllehilly tonight that everything was sucrfssrul anil Uut ir Helmont IK expected to ho about again In a few In tlmo tn entiitaln anil Dewey the latler part of Thi oneratlon performed In Belmnnfs and oncuplril un hour and a liraldos the two doc tors there wonmany nurses In attend they all coming from New It was thought lhat IJelmont wcillld be wcjk after tin but It was aiinouneed thai she stnoi II licttcr than was expectncl and tonight her hus band nnd friends are much Three years ago fihe then being was oiKMatid on for Iho same the operation taking place at It Is that Helmont has also licen Iroubletl with thc symp toms for ramc but it wis never thought to resort to fitirgery until By tlie Sea is pleasantly situated on the anil the patIont will have all the benefit of tho cool sea She will have a constantly by her side until is out of and no money or pains Wlll be to nuke her comfortable during her JJelmont has been the recipient ot hundreds of telegrams and messages of sympathy and the house is laden down with sent in by the cot The of New Bolmonts arrived at New port this Grant came only as a his coming having no reference to her Belmont was last out on Tuesday and attended the performance at the Casino of the Yarmouth She was taken suddenly 111 on her and Belmont went recently to the guests of Admiral and This Is the only invitation that Belmont has accepted this She had arranged for a social campaign to begin late In but her Illness may upset her WOW OH BALLOT McCnllocIi Iluiiomlimtcil for CongrcHN In Special to Tho LITTLE July deadlock In the First District Demo cratic Convention was broken today by the nomination of McCulloch for Congress on ballot The convention first met three weeks ago at and after balloting times adjturned for ten Upon reconvening more ballots were taken with the saone An ad journment for a week to meet at Wynne was All day yesterday was consumed in and at 4 today tho delegates instructed for Felix Taylor went to McCullooh and nominated The third candidate State Auditor Clay McCulloch has been In Congress for ten He pledged himself not to be a candidate The Sjiratogrii LI nil Another Lraln de luko oil the New York All Pullman Every day but New York Cenuil ticket V Russias Advance on Peking with Heavy by Who Have Men with Modern INCREDIBLE ATROCITIES TOLD OF PEKING The Reports Not Known to Be but Are Believed in Shanghai Where News Comes Through Native UNITED STATES CHARTERING ALL AVAILABLE SHIPS FOR TROOPS It Is Estimated that If Russia Does Not Take the War on Her Own the Allies Will Have Troops in China by by the Press Publishing New York July Is pouring troops over the northern nese but lier forces are not yet concentrated and are meeting with serious losses to the Chinese Boxers who all North The Russians are hard pressed around Niuclvwang and have been expelled from northwest of Port the scene of the great flght during the ChinoJapanese where they have sus tained heavy They have also been compelled to abandon Tashichau by a largo body of Boxers and armed Here again the Russians lost but it is reported that they succeeded in killing 700 of their The Chincise have completely demolished the railway north of Russian reinforcements are now being concen trated on I CHINESE KILLED THEIR It is reported that after the allied armies recaptured the native city of Tientsin last Saturday their shells set fire to the Qhlnese before they fled killed all their own it Is to prevent their falling Into the foreigners Native Chinese here report that there are and around Pelting at least Chinese awd that the Boxers are armed with Iho best and most modern From all sources come the same tid ings that the Boxers have enormous supplies of modern arms and am Boxer leaders had organized plans for massacring foreigners in all the treaty ports as well as in the and a heavy reward was promised for each white head brought Rich loot was promised to ESPECIAL STRESS IS LAID BY TUANS GENERALS ON THBJ OPPORTUNITY THE TROOPS WILL HAVE OF SEIZING WH1TB The story receives the full credence of the Europeans UNBELIEVABLE July details of the undoubted massacra in Peking continue to come through Chinese sources at The World correspondent saw original cable despatches tonight which are undoubtedly authentic in the sense that they come from but they contain such unbelievably revolting details that they are repeated here with Thus the London Express correspondent at Shanghai cables A Chinese merchant who has just arrived from Peking gives hor rible details of the He says he saw European women hauled Into the street by shrieking who stripped them and hacked them to Their dissevered limbs were tossed to the crowd and carried off with howls Some were already having been shot by foreign He says he saw Chinese soldiers carrying the bodies of white Children aloft on their while their companions shot at the He gives other details too horrible to be particularized It seems that the Boxer leaders had organised a plan including the offering of rewards and rich loot for the Europeans throughout and emphasizing the opportunity the soldiers have od seizing the bodies of white BOXERS MENACING The Daily Mail correspondent ait Shanghai under date of July 19 The Boxer menace Is hourly approaching Shanghai City and the foreign settlements are full of suspicious characters and in the native quarters a continually Increasing number armed Chinese are1 arriving from the The troops in tihe Woosung forts are being reinforced daily and number of new guns have been placed in The foreign consuls presented a united protest against these offensive Kuu Ylh replied that he had ordered the work of strengthening the forts to cease the local commander still persisted in the operations and refused heed the tVlceroya These forts completely command Shanghai and the guns mounted are capable of blowing the foreign settlements to pieces twelve FORCES OF THE POWERS IN By or soon 1 It Isestlmated by military experts that   

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