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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 15, 1900, Wellsville, New York                                 A ä ■ ' ,  f Mt ÉÊ^^^^M ojjf li^mM jH^mB •• r 'V'-I ^ '■>«  ^ ^ ,f ; 'J - . -  VOI,, xx:. NO^ 191  MSisuLmihiMMMi, MLM^^^^mmê.^: jmm tn imo  CHII^A INTERMENT.  More Trouble Ahead Than Merely Reaching Peking  POWKES EEAIJZG THE SITUATION  All NMlicinn Aro Hurrying AtlclHlonal Troop» to th« Sc«n« — Kini>rf»t Mow« HK«!' r«i-f)unn.IIy Ordnr^ n M'tb to DiMpcC«!— Minaloita aud Leuntlotia liuraed.  LONDON, Juno 1. — Obscrvora &Í ShiinKh.il and Tion Tfîin think lh«ro la ft KtOiii at'nl moro trouble ¿tluatl tor tli« nrnrcrt of iH»\vr.rf; than jiu-uJy reaching Pokln with 2,0-!4 men. SerlDun cll&tm aiu lakltig i>laoe  '.t Vlltitií«!! !itf(J M.-iiij '(">1^. ¡ip v-'Oll ;U other points ut n. ci>n:^iderable dis-t.uno fioitt tho f'lpitnl, Thf Whole f')iiiu.'ae fnipirc ¡^r- ntg to \>o in a ferment.  Tho intrntlnns of the ('nii>ro.-\'t rlowjigcr rir(> ntiil <-<iiii^vlth 'a báhincc oí; tfHtliiiony vn thr>, Pific of a dot-ninlna-' tion to sxi>'1 ihf a|iiir<iiirlatoiñ of n part of h<'f ointi'Uiy, or to I I'u» her dynnsty in Hio atl.jn!¡(t. It i;- i-flritrd of her tli.it on Monday, folluwhur tin- murder of the í-hanciíllor of,t.h>' .l.U'am^ p li-;ialion, pho ivriij roui;ed to .i ^.'iii.i' ni dan^^'r and \v<--nt personally to thr- Vnn.'î l'inî; j^ate of P(;kin, whtTc nhi' advl^Ld tin» rioters : to diMper/'i>. iuu !.hf !i)uk no £!ti.-iiö to - apply force and tit" arip"aranco of thinwr^^ more threat en in it th'm b.'fore. |  While Admiral SeyiiK.ar. \.it.i the In-j ternati inal n.-llef i lumo f-ircinfi hin ^ way 10 Pekin, si'V(>i iil of tlio powi^rn aro ' arrangin;; largely Lo roinfeiee their do-j t:.l!8 at Tion T.-in. fî.^rniany puriioses, .'-■ending l.JO'), Great I'.ritaln sent COO from IloiiK Ivonti yesterday and too will , i;o Sunday. l;aiy ha« ordert d 1,'Hui to h.)!d theiiiHf'îve.-' In rcadlncug. Uusrda, j aceordimt to a St. Petcrsbur.r: di;-j>atcii of '\Vedie bd.'.y ha;-- d. rld'd to l)rin'4 her ; fr.ree at Tien T.sin up to fi.OOO. Thus tho! "(■(Vn'ihlnèd foree:. at Tien Tain will prob-aldy i'oon be- altout l(t,ii(!0,  Tho exidlcit r>tut<'infnt mndo yegfer-day-nfte? n-i.iii in tli'' hoiijio of conrimons by th'^ ji.irliameiitfiry yecn^tary of the f".i-eÍKn (-(Ike. Mr. Hroderick.-With ref-erciicL- til thé identity of opinion amoníí ; the power.T u)i.»n Iho Quoption of the | applleation nf force and the method i>f . applyim; It, Is aceeptcil liv all the; inoi - i niJi;; pap i a?" tiuiî,v siufh-i-ni for tlie , preiient; and the h.ip'e i-î i;< r.er.illy ox-pria.seil thill nothine, will happen to dlniiiilsii the harmony.  An Incident, Iiow. vit, ha.^ already oc-evured iu\idvin>.; the lUitish and I'-ronoii ut Tion Tsin v.'itich nearly cnd^-d in violence. A disi>atcli from Tion T.sin dated yesterday i^aj's:  "For .some days the l'''rench and Rur-'-¡;iii anthiifiti(-s here ha\'c'- been jealous beeaUKe of ih-' .HUppoK- d I'a.-Hiti".^ KÍveli lo the iiilihîii <iulhoiiti(3 by tlu P.rit ish emploj'es of the ChincKe railwnyr.. Yii-teiday (Wednesday) :;-)me I''r«.'noh marlti>-i; attempted to take char.i^e of an ( m;ine nqutr'.d at Ihe front. l..ocomo-tive IriHttector Weir refused to kIvg up the fiu^ine, and a Frenchman attempt-■( d to bayouei him. Weir eaui;ht tho mnzzi.^ (if the rifle and the bayonet p.i:ped over his .^lioulder. For a moment siTious trouble between the nritlsh and French wab imminent, but the prompt act of the British consular and naval otlicerH, backed by the American con-¡ad an<I tho railuay niiieîal.^ prevent.-d a ' colli'dnn. Conciliatory expressions were exchanired. The I'-rench conaul withdrew hi.« oppn.cUion: and the Brlt-i-li renuilned in char^re of the enr;ine af: b fr.re." 3  A Shan;;ha.!-Mi>i)atch dated yefUerday  "A rhiiie.se steamer laden with arms ",i'.d ammut>.!hin. cleared fro;n Bharij:-liai today, bnujui fgr Tien Twin.  Teln via Shanghai, June 14:  "A «erioua engai^cment has occurred between the intérnattonai column and th«< Mohammedan troops of Qonciml Tunar Pum Slapr, near I'ekln."  Byron Bren nan, BrlUsh consul at Shanghai, '«»ho !» now !n London, aay» that theaa Mohamnnetlan troops ar« armoa with machine guns and repeat* ing rifle». .  ALARMING REPORTS.  EoglUh »nd Fr«n«h Mtmioni» at Vaan«n Vn named—Milnlatflr Killed. liONDON. June IB.—A special dispatch from Bhanghal Bays an uncon-Ilrmed report has reachcsd there from Tien Tain to the effect that a forelyn legation has been burned and that a mlnh-iter. had been kllied. The names, it Is added, are withheld pendinif a confirmation of tho report.  It is further rtimorrd here thnt the Jnten'iatlonal roHof parties are exper-lenolnff ®rreat dltllcultics in regard in provifdona and water.  It la believed that the d<ilny has been CE^UHod by the b«nief that th^* forco wns Insulllclent to overcome the opposition that might bo encountered and thus precipitate a maBaacre at the capita*.  It is added that the Japanesti havo se'nt two more cruisers and have landed SOÓ additional troops.  A toleRrum received from Yunnan Fu saye that t^je ir.nRlIsh and 'Frenrh mIsBlons there havo l)r;on burned and" tha4. tho for<den Venirients have taken' refuge in tho viceroy's realdcnce. The trouble, this dispatch Bays, la reported to be duo to French intrigues.  A special dispatch frbm Bhanghal, dated ycntefday, snys:  "A report has reached Here that thn BiMhdi". American and Japanese mln» liiteTa in Pekln favor the re.itoratlon of Emperor Kwang Su, but thr^i the! French and ítuspían ministers insist' upon the powera taking charge of! Clilna. It in fnrrher reported that the . roBpoctivo dlvlidong of the couptry have already been aRnigTied. The belief ia that the w^lthdrawal of tho Dritlsh fhrlps from tho Yangtijc Kliinff f.q an In- ' dtcatl.on of Groat Dritaln's di.-i iaimor, of tho sphere theory."  Later reports from Tion Tsin confirm tho newB of the burn^^n.^^ of. tU9.'. Jap'uirtfla legation, but tho rumoV "that a mlnl,'<ti"i' haM been nmrdered la no conlirmed. Fifteen hundred Ilus'dani! \\lih four puns, havt; arilved outfddt of Pekin. TlUs makes 4.0Ü0 Kussiani T. ho have landed.  It Í3 recranled as certain that th» Japanqr;e B^overnment will take activf' iUeps concerninK tlie murder of th»! chancellor of the Jajiancso lee-atlon, j 111 con;;cquim-e (»1 distiirl)ances -a'! ("lie Kno the r,iTman llai;.-ldp and 11 Al. .S. Pliecriix have ieiinned th"re. J> Itu.'-sian uar.-ihij» witii '¡Uu troojis, hi! li'iiii- t.o iian K-iw.  l.'hine.ce de.speraduci-. at Quln Ran. -li miles from Shanf^hal, have- seizeti ihrc( Pt. im launeiics and tre.itcd the pay-Eeiitíer.s piratically.'  FIELD IS AN OPEN ONE  Vice Presidential Candidate Still In Doubt, .  8E0EETABY LONG'S BOOM OPHNS.  Woodrnir an4 I)o]Uv«r Most Prom-Ibenttjr Mrnttonert. Tlion^jh Thcro Are Blatiy O.hors Itt tha Kace. Katlonni C«>mmUl«>o tl«s »isputea*  Ì»HÌLADI<rLPHrA, June IB,—With nl' the work preliminary to th»- ent"' t'iln-msint of the Kcpnbiitan natiunal c,,n-vention-and ita attendant thrtmt-'K in.ie. tically accomplished, Philadelphia li now contenti^dly awaltlnfi her vl.'sltorii From the big convention hall down tc the smallest detail, tho.'fc ( harged wltl" the responsibility ftyl that they hav< thu Hituation well In luind and the completeness of the preparationa seem.-i tc Justify the belief. An yet, however, th» hospitality of the city is by no means taxed. Tiiorc wore very few arrival» yesterday and tho lobby crowds at tlu hotel-q were <.x)mpo:'i;d principally o) tlio,ge persona interoated In the con-te.gta with which the national committee was wrostlinjr on the breezy tentt floor of the Hotel Walton.  The faklr.s with badges, buttonpi and souvenlra made their appearance It, scattering iViahts and deooration.=i nrt boglnnln.fi to appear I'poradlcaliy. Th« ureal nia.^s of <lckcratei; aro- not expected to aTrlve-'Xintll tomorrow uuO Sunday.  Tho mo^L interesting cvt-nt la Iht national commi ttce yeritoiday waa th«  SERIOUS BATTLE.  Iiitoniatlonal I'Droitx In ('oiitlict With the IIIoIiniuiiiuitnti<<. I/>XDOX, June in.-The Tlmep pub-  'II-he.'^ the folliivs indisp.iteli fron^Tien  Il««slrt I.ntii)« More <;on« and Tllon.  TTF.X TKIX, June .".--The Kussiaa! have landed foui S'li'Utimetre pons These, with the ].;i!(i men will Htart ot the march tor I'ekin todav. !  A train 'fitted with searchlights pa-trol.s the lino between Tien Tsin anc Taku. j  The (iinniun is «i-owinii hei'e that the imp-rl.i! ti'iop.s will attaek the inteina-' ti.mal loluinn near the cajdlal, iiiol>.t.' biy at Fenii Tai. j  Cb-neial Tuok Fuh Hlai; is in innw, and (lencral Nieb in the roar of th(' fiuanis. I  Ton tlious.ind foreiijn-drllicd troop: arc still at .Siianfihai.  bers of congress in the stats.  Chairman Xltinna Its th^ center of )n' tcrsst and f« much »oufifht ^««r for lntetvle1^'í^, In the hopo fhat hs tflll give Bomo indication of his oholcs foi th«i vice presidency, lis Is still fton-comrolttat and while he has beon quoted In sevoral papers, his statements «re'ot a sreneral charactcr. -Senator ITanna ha« been very seldom In the committee r^jom and ftpparenlly avoids takinsr part in the dolib«;rattons of the committee so far m the contcflts are concerned.  Mr. Peiisondiin of Connectlewt presld» ed over the committee all day, even during the brief period when Senator It anna was present.  An to the vice presidency, while It Is the uppermost topic of discussion, members of the committee and other leadluif llci'Hibllca»»« here Reem to be Ptill at sea. Nc.irly every prou.Inont li'>pubHcan who says anythlnR about tt rrmarks that "Tho field is still open and the be.=it man will v/ln," which taken, to indicate thfit no one has been accepted by thono who nre manaffloB (he nffalr-i of the ifaity. The avowed p'VTuiM'iio« nr" Ciovrrtior  Woodruff of New York, who has friends on' tho firnund huStllnf? for hhn; Kecrctary liOnu who wa."^? launched yesterday np n fnll-di.'diii d candidate i»y the fveneral dl.«tr!bntlon of id"^ plf^-ture on button» labell«ti "p'or Vico President, .Tohn D. T^onfT," and Reprc-pentatlvo Dolllver of .Jnwa, who.io friend«! nrn nrBln.nr 'hbn bfcauFO of hl.i reputation as an orator and also for geotrrnphlcal reasons,  Ar.cordln«? to tho present outlook, be-fildei! the three namej? there will be votes cait for a number of favorite flon.n, tho^Rii probably In many In-elanee.'? lit will be purely a complimentary vote. Among- these are Senator Falrbankn of Indiana, ex-Senator WaF-.hburn of IMlnnosotfi, Governor .Sch'ifleld of Wisconsin, JucTrc liartlett Tripp of Ponth Dakota, Penator Prltch ard of North Carolina, Irvln/? Pcott of California and Colonel Jay L. Torrdy of Wyomlnpr, while the Held Is open for any others who may be entered for the race.  lOxtenslvu preparatlon.=i aro making  MAY SUE FOR PEACE.  Boer Agents Favor Reopening of Neg^^tiations.  KEUGEE HOLDS ON TO HIS GOIrD,  ts iMnlngr P»l>«r Moiisy Frlatvd In IlSt rrtvAte €nr~I}o«rj U«port » ViQto<*]r £Mt ot Pretori« — Ö«n(ir»l ìéL Boih« u»» K lÁrga  Foro«,  ENQLANCyS LOSa  ISMth  June ^S.-Mm. OIuÄftoft«, rfho'hfLñ hern unconscious «ItoQt »evsn-tjr-tw^o hours, died at 5:10 o'clock y«-terday »fternoon wlthmit rwoverlng consciousness.  The »ew» was Imraelfatsiy wnv«;f6d  for the entort.tlnmer.t of the visitors, wesîita.-  IX>NI>ON,Juno 15.—The IxirenVo Mar. ques corrosponaeiU ot The Times, tele graphing ycsterdsjy, «ays: "Among tlu Boer sgentfi'hero tliere is talk of ne-grotlatlons belngr reopened with a view of semiring peace. Tho nature of thesa nPEotlatioHR Is not mado public.  "Mr. Wolmarana, a cousin of the member of the Transvaal executive oi the same name, has arrived hero. 11« declares that ho Intends to take no further part In the tlghtlng:.  "Tlio BrltlJîh prisoners at Nooltge-dacht are suffering- terribly from cold, and arrnnyenient» are being made to provide them with shelter. Tlielr ra-tlont« aro Identical with the scanty fare served out to the burghers."  LONDON, Jvme 16.-<rhat Commandant General Loute Botha should havo been able to stand for two days against Lord Rûbiîrtn and then to rotieat iiVlth-out losing nny'guna or having any of his men captured la taken to mean that he has a force which tho British must still rcckon as formidable when acting defensively.  Tho paclilcatlon of the whole of the Transvaal, especially tho wide spaces far from the raliwayn. Is looked upon n.s a business roqulrinc months rather than  m  HONOR OF OTiS. ' ■  ........  iMlm*»»' ÖVWÄ**- lililí mßtmm'to Vf^u _..,,  mmm^ II®»« «Jw ..  Btver Itta Uimr toaa.«fc#  »îoç^riint wfee» t,^ hri^t** »m wmàm^È, abovi» th« lìorìston- la tìw weiit. an^ , ..  lir-tliTt«! -ipprovnì on «b^ lîecTiratiMî <lty. brllllont wttb th»» _na-  ♦.tonai cM'-.rs añd def^rtrs-ttoìsis fiftäll--' kinds In benor of C^'fteraí KIw^ïV Ä'-rV--  Otîs, a 80» vi whom Hie cîtjr pî^l^"' ^ nnd whiv rendered sijch ViVl«a1>îû n-tia,j< • iTfr^--  >Vhooplner 'Coußh," Asthma, Bronchitis and Inclplont ' ' Cohoumptlon, Is  ÌKc GTERMAN r^MEDY*  A(Ii-;ino<iit iMIIo'i In lloufs.  WAKJll.N<iT<)X, June l.'.—A dispate^ bas been r.,;'feiv«-d al tlie P.riii^h «m bassy here from .Adtniral Seymour. Ir command of Die Interriationai tri.oi,.' ni.n\ t■..^cin,^^ tlieir way from Tien Tsic to I'.-kil!. 'J'he disp.ltch di-elo.su.^- tht 'extietne ditlicuUles encountered, main ly in tho form of tracks destroyed, anò stated tha,t the progreíía was only throt milOij fur the picfodinK houra.  EIGHT KILLED.  Osii F.xitltwion In <'oal Mine Has Ffttnt Ktiniiltn.  WIXNll'MC. Man., Jum ir..—A di-^-patch tri>m I'anmore, ALberta, says:  A. levribli' f'.as (.-xiiliisiiin occurred in (.'»inniDi'e coal mine WtMlne'sday after-ü'ion. resultirie; in the instant de.aUi o( ei¿hí men .iud th' m)uiy lit isevera' iitliers. 'file n.uues of tile dead ar«": I'rnsper Dave, Amand He^anl. Ti'my lîoDins, Jr., î'eter CauIHeld, and tlur. are tliree othe'i s. foreitvners, . whose name.T are not yet known. ^  Tho lir;it three leave larco families The cause of the accident Is supposeù . to have l)ccu filié to one of the miners who j,Mve up hi.s life In unlocklpjj lilt safety lamp w-iih a key wronirfuHy obtained, __^^^_, .  ANOTHER_FIGHT.  iisbnntia tiiicl British K«Iief Column Havo  au KiigriiittUiüitt.  LONDON, June IB.—The Daily Ex près;! had tlio followintr dispatch from Prahsu, dated yentordav;  "There has been another finht on th« lino of commnnloatlonn of the Ku-Maaslo rc\ic"f " expédition. No dctalia have boon oillrlally supplied.  'Thoro are 10,000 Xshantis aurround-Ins Ku'.nansl, and 5,000 fuelníT tho rellel force. Tho leaders of tho rebelllfm in elude Ashantuah, Queen of Ofs-^u."  co:toitEss.MA:i .T. p. roLLivKK,  .'ieatlni.T of the Warmouth delegare.'^ from l.oul^iana, after a very ppLritei' contest, occupjinif nearly -¡i' Tli?-is an nverthr.iw fur thf» federal oliic> holders of Lonisl.ijia, 10 of v»'hom weri on the deh'.crail.in headed by Wlmber-ley, the culle.dur (>£ tne port of Nov, Orleans. Although Wi'mberley la member of tho national eommitte« ani made the ■ stroni;est po.^slblo presentation of the case, the committee, by a vote of 25 to iS, deelared In favor of his oj'ponent.  Amonp the men thus denied seata Ir the cimventlon id WilHim Pitt KcIIork former p-overnor, and at one time United States senator from T.onl^l'nia, v.-h^ has bf>en a deleffate to every Hopubll-can convention since ISHO. Warmo\itl5 and his friends, who were successful, represent the supar plantln;T Intercd; of I.<iuisi'ina and the claim wan m:uk before the national committee that ri^--oiinltion of this faction would malce li po'.'slblc to clcct thit;e Iltpubiican mesn-  Eaeh Uepublican club In the city ia to look after tho wf^lfuro nf opo or more of the vPdtlncT chib.s and nothinj? Is be-Infi l(>ft undonc to make tira stay ot tho convention fjue.sts a pleosunt one. Ban-quets» havo been planned, cxcurslon.i will be fflvcn lo polnts on tho Dclaware rlvcr and smokers wlthout nuniber aro on the program. i  David C. Owen of Milwaukee, u-ho h'ifi b<-,:n tseieoted by SorAcant-at-Arni^ Wiawtìll to tako charme of tho minor oiiì'. L;H of the convention, has an-n-mii!--! the name:i of tho ar.-'l.-tant chief uslovìi!. Tilde iUi; about CO ol the oiileials ani they come from nearly every st.tio in ine Union. Eaeh one of tho a-:;istant chief usher-q wlll bave charpTc of one rectlon and' wllt have a forco of fiom four to ei^ht as-eiatantii.  Preserve lour Youtli.  Proper Ciiro v.iU lu-airo a Vigorous OI4 AQQ,  Old may dcl'mcd as the failure oi of nature to replace the nerve cclis or life forcc wasted by hardbliip, }j;ricf lU" TIic failure to rcplace the vigor lost in tiiis way is allowed to go on uiinoti<.cd, until nature hndii it impoL.sili'c to iLcuvtr huibclf.  Some assistance is then needed to rc.-;toio tlr^ nerves to strength and vij;or iigatn. This flSsi-Vtaucc. to give pcrnianent icbulli uuibl come in the form of a food for the nerves and the blood, not a" stiaudant to temporarily whip the tired cncrjpas on.  No medicine ever i)re.'K'ntcd to the public, ha3 had ¿uch unpar.iUelcd success in acconip-Ihhinf» this end as Dr. A. \V. Ciiasc"^ Nerve and Blood PilU. In them the men and women who fmd themselves K^owinfj prc-matuicly old, with nervous dcipondcncy and dark forcbodiiij'.s forcing; their indeous visions upon their minds, wiil iind a p'nfccl Iiicans of relief and curc.  Mr, Levi Ilromley, of Norway, N. Y.. wiilt;.. "i\>i ic.iK. past 1 havo  found myself }^rndua!!y failiiiLj in he.-ilth. My ncrvca were very %veak atul my bi-^od thm and cold, it sctmed almost impos-sible to keep warm. I tiled uumy diiTi^.cut r«.riicJii.3 but witliout any permanent benefit .until I bcfjan tai»!»!..; Dr. A. W. Chase's Nen'o and Ulood I'ills. 'I'he iinjt box I took helped nie and now after t-aliin^i nc.uly five boxc.s i loci almost youthful afjaiu so woiukriully beneficial luis been tlieit '--nett On my nc-nt;;,'"  Dr. A. W. Cii.v:;i;';i Nkuvj: Atio Btoon PUJ-S positively Jnd permanently cure all form.-; of ,Sexual Kxhaustiun, Karly Decay, Absence of Dobire, I'lciuature Old Aj^e, Involuntary Losses, Abuse, and other disease;, that units'} taken in hand and t;iven timely trc.atmcnt are sure to ni.ike a physical wrcck of the auifercr and lead to insanity, • 'A tMMlh-'s ireatincntwili v.utk wonti^'a'in n-.'^toilii/i ^h'i. lu . i.ia'"d by ovcrv-ork, "r cxccsst.i of any kind. 50-cent'?, all dc.itcrs or Dr. A. W. <'!ia-.e Mcdiiino Co., Ilufialo,' N. Y. Sec thf.t juirtrait ami sijirt.^ture of ^ D;. A. \\\ Chase arc 00 every box jsft^ buy.  URGINGBLISS.  liOftdor r atl Wouts Iliiu io Arcnpt Vloo J'ri^HtilPot In! Nnntliititioii.  Nls^^' YOIII", Jon- i".- ]•!-cu-r-ins ÜM KfpubHcan vieo piesiilcntial Situation, Th-' Kvening I'. .'t ¡.ny:  "Sena'.or l'latt. ye-,teiday denled that there wa.s any trusii in tho circuuistun-tlal ri'i.orL descnbin;,' a conference i:ald to hiive been hf Id bef-.se'.'U Penat'jr Platt and S-jualor A'.lison with a vlew to ur:;iUE: th-» vier- pr"iide^tlal nomSna-tion lipon Cv.rnoiins X. Hiis?. Senator Allison, it was said, had -tondered tho noniliuition to Mr. Itii'^:^, who h'id tlrml.v dcclincd lt. v.herenpon Mr. Platt took Up the task. Senator Platt has not .seeii Senator Allison. Senator Platt ßnid hc th0U:;:')t tl.at Mr. Oilell was ßatir^ilcd witli hi.-^ pr-'-••■iit iiosii-ion; as to laeut-m-ant t.;.)Ve:n(pr \Ve..üiufi". the Senator said that Ii-' thtj only avowed New York candlänte f r sec--.!:-!-p!,'V'> on tho t!e!<-f-t. bul the K.V.- Yeik d'.-i'-K.itlou \<,oUld como to no conclujion as to bis caiulid-acy until arter It ge,t to Philadelphia.  "William Harnes, Jr,. chalrman of th'-; oxe. luiv; (oiiindttio ef !)i.- itepublican etat - cnnunlitee anneui.ciil ih.it he w.ii In favor of tV.e lieuienar.t covernor's candidacy, but h-' deuju.d If th Ination. wuuld !.:o hia Way."  l'uyi.o \\ :iiil.'*'.N<i Olfii-e.  TMlILADFI.Pni.X, Ji;n ' 1ö,-TTenry C.  Pa5""ne, m(-inher of the national comrnit.-tet^ fr.-ti "Wi/-.jr-.'-fn y. •• rd.iy r.T.l l! •! fid!".'tu iite chairtnan thv W: 0 Ol. In d' 1' luili m:  "I ;uii not .a ran''li-i1-.ite lor vice piesi-dent er anv utber olü.'e. I hope our  Governor Sehe This was in Mr. Pi.i. i.id  gesteiV ihat i;  ■wonid pre;r-. in Mr. '^vovlul prrn7iritT__ ____-  'l'uo ^f'futci liis!iiie{ i"«tr iir>iiii. - JFI''!;.-•( »N ri't^, ,Mi'., .Tune E-K-feiNeneer WHiriim J. Hteti lani ,T. . (i.e.enier. l.en  pheos. aiei leivi.rA. li.Ul have  IPCted ¡IS  Deriir...'r>)iie -tüie eonven!i'>n to  Id.  '.•,••■ t'^ .i i ■ p. d  Wîi=enïi^iir l'avo '; name if hc  Meanwhile evcrytbSng goes well for tho British arms. ... .  A Doer bulletin ie.qued June 12 at Ma-chadodorp said:  "Both wings of the federal forces touched the advancing enemy at 10 a. m,, yesterday, cast of Pretoria, Flght-in® continued until dark. The enemy though lu overwhelming numhera, ware checked along a line of Sü mllos; and the burghers succeeded la dxivtug back their right wing five miles. Two burghers Were killed and ten wounded-"  Another Macbsciiodorp announcetäittt la that the üisL rc-giment of G«öftml Buller's force to attack Almonds Nek was "annihilated;" but as the British were in overwhelmlns: force, the burghers wero compelled to abandon the Nek.  A dispatch from Lorenzo Max-ques, dated yesterday aays:  "President Kruijor is holding on to his gold and issuing piper nates from a press in bla esecutivo car. The Boer government's coin stock Is exhaustadr and the ofTlclala are nor,' paying out plain gold discs unstamped. Some who have declined to accept notes have taken their salarle.^ in gold bars. The Boer ■'faOVernmcnt Is Etili paylns'out much gold in that way."  Two steamers arrived at Lorenzo Marques yoKterday bringing aaveral thousand ton.3 of supplies consigned to Portupjiose merchants, but destined for the Boers. One hundred Americans, have arrived there by various steamers, onroute for thf Trarsva?!.  -\lr. Crowe, the Hiitish consul general, has lariio ¡¿locks of cIothinK for thcBrlt-lah prhoncn, but he will not forward these until he cets assurances that tha Boers will not take tliein for their own use.  General Buller will bo 4inablo to ad-^ vam K fuith. I uutll ho eets supplies. He will probably wait until ihe taanel has b'..-i;n elea rod. Nearly every fana-housc Ids. tioopa pa'.--sod liov,- a whits flag. The Hritlsh took nothing without paying for it and a bri-k business was done iu milk, e^¡i.-j, brLa<l and chlckeps nom-| by thrifty Imus...ivives, who wore pleaa-ed i-o (L'-,-r niueh Fi^-Ji^h money, Orw> wom;i!i, i\h"Se hu.-.bar.d and two SOIJS have J:>een liiihtioK, said: .  "You r.vii.-u .i:e unlike our people. The.', I n,k !!i\ horjcj in exchange for i-'ht ep ! inrali-ü and ICiUd;'' 111» make, "fi butter, which they never paid for.' I atli ',:t- je!'';..-, t'! ii-r-'o tì>y eomo homo at = once."  -UsiU u I ' y-1 h ^ ! i i- s t an puis is;  rny iiusbaiid be capt tired?" Oil'.- y.iuii;:;: man v.as pu  MTIS. WIT-LÎAM v.. OLjyinTONÏÎ to tho Ou<*en, the Prlncfî of Walas, th« bean of WSatmlnstor, tli" Dean of Lm-ooln, •Sir William Vernntj 1Tarcin:rt, Kir Henry Campbell Bannermar., Mr. Arthur i. Bttlfoiïr and otherí».  ¡Many exprenpions of urlìi w»r>j heiini in every city and hamlet In'thc country when tho sad news was read.  In tho courao of last evening-. Master William OladBtone, heir lo Ilavt-ardtin, arrived fronv Eton, shortly follow-id by two slaters fron» Lund-jn. TI10 bellj oi Hawarden churrh rang rnuffiod peals.  By courtesy of the Dean of Weítímln-etor, and in ai.cordu*nc'j with tho arrangement.'! made in 1S33, tho funeral will bo held )n t1)r. ,\i,b<-'y. The ir.lcr ment.wUï probably ttike pla^e un J"ane ID, belnsr of as. private cliaracier ;!> possible.  JUr/j.. .WilJliUn-JliW'-iM't ULT-d^î^oUe SS years old. and had bo-n iJ.jWiy «.uU-Ing for eomo time past at llauaicbj! Castle, the family seat.  Phfî wap the eUio..,;. daufthter of tie late ßlr Ilichard Glynne, B-irt, of H,»,-warden Ca.^dle. iind was neirri-d lo Mi' Qladßtone in lie dì-d M-!\ i:). î^'."'  She a v^mnan leved atei adtancd ty tho vast ciri-l-> of the-ne whij came i:i contaet with hej- busy uml \ai¡ííCl Ilf-.. and had great iniluvi.ce over hoc husband's actions.  Intcire-Hiiiiï If Tfuo. NKW YORK. June i:;.—It w.-t.". rop-irt-ed ye.sterday thai lib hard '"roiu-r h-id po.^îtponcd irrdeflnitciy his retti!: t^i Xc",' York and that J((hn F. Carreii id b.- n dcp'Osed and Lawrence Wils, a sub^-tl-tuted by cable orderü as lea-i-i. ii.>:li rumors wero prumounced wither; fouiul-atlon. _____________:________  BASE BALL NEWS.  ilcaoSts of ««me« IMnyml ypstnrtl.-ii' If) \ IMÍforeint reaffunu. At -îitlnncapoll,-- iî.ii.l':.  Mmneapolliî .. O 2 î 0 0 fr t o 4 7 I Cleveland .... O t) 1 O O e n ö a— î n I Batteries — lîalley and JackUtr. h; Kerns and Crishani.  At Kansas City— R.îî.î-.  Kansa:î City., ö O O 2 O O 5 O o~io 17 S  Detroit ....... Ü O O 0 u O O (I— s 3  Batteries—Lee and Gondlnc; 3íil!cr and Bhaw.  At Milwaukee-.' Il.IÎ.R  Milwaukee ...00121 O IO«— 5 8 E  Buffalo ....... 0 0 0 0 Ö 0 0 1 2— C ì> i  Battericp--Spnrk.-: .ani .Snnth; Hooker and t^chrecon^;oL ì.  and "Who rendered such vivl«at>'îû distinctive service in < «he PhlUpjrfae .r,  Islands. ..The miiln Uún mom-  are a,'jhasi« of coî<;r. -whUif íhr-ro«-, Idencc portion Is a pcx'-fiect bb'-nd -i?-? .¿e' kinds of dftcoratîons. Al^ns? The lin«- of ' march of the p.'ir-..e-, widcU wîlî place this _aní^rn->-)n, ih" rWos^tHïlïP -are lavish /n tlii? f'-'.tr<>trie fU'.d revlftw-Inrr Htandsi? aro pJ'-nty. The advanc« aru:ard at <tut-of-( n rnrtvf-ti  ye.Merdfíy and th!« n---rniysft' îrairHoad.«! of people tii<î throRîT. 'Phi- .  Btri-cts V.-. re <ie!i-e!y t! .-.d'.d .'t'l ni'^m-Iriyr. Gr. at bi-p = , b:^"'' mnde f.îf t¡i>- î-ari-;.'. Mi'-'-b. î.'r,-.?r.U íú h- the'íiie KC.-Í áiífi; 1.,-- L.ji'í Íií.-r. = ever occurred în th'-- ¿í v.  a--îier,'âl f^tl- ani h;- îSsr'T .i.-iurrh-teri^î, ;icconip..n!e.l ;.v (î - -t ¡1 Th..;Cidort' Bwau. <•.,• e.. 1 tî^rry. C-'p-  tatn Sladen I.ic-.u;« ìco^ Htr-nU-y, .'vir.' and J-trf. A. n. y.iî--' an-l Pi'o.'idënr. lì. lî. lîaihaway oí î'e? chamb-^r ÙÎ comm.-;.;, aiïU.'d lei • -fi.u» V,'4.-hing-ton af l-e-t idiii; lo .. pj^'at-.  car, af, ich'-d a r -o:.-.- ttain. O'cn-eraì <Jt',:-- di 1 no'. ìe-i-,.. bm "■•'nn  tak?n out tn-' <'l'.-'! !-i* ¡t^ of-th';  'Cenä'al Uf oti-- F;-ir;,;r;, -nì from tber to<7k fi larriìnf and Lìvrn direct  ly L'» Mie f>t'.'5 iior.'-e • !e'-ri n'n ì/i'::ìl road. Ilh^ e.se>.r'ie1 ììiìo Üse city íhíít  mf'rnìTi.r in tiaic -o eri'.ì r the p/^r.-ide, which forn.'s .at - r. m.  Lieuientnt Coi .n^ ! linrry, Capt-'iftì Elad'n ani Li'-uì'n t»'' i.£t the  driven to th'a r.. e i.liib. V. il! !,t- tliey woje I nt'"'! 'at .ì «'u'do-^r,  L'i-t .! J:!:. O'. f/j nìo:i)h'.>rn  ot U-V 7'Ki! ine T ..Ïid A.'rlV'.,! ar t-.-rK L'liiUal de;.-it il, iliJ'r;',.; <..f "F.ìeu» tenant F, ! Lì!!'!' r,'î'. r'. A-, r n 1 xveri^ rneî by t>e' 'oM« d-i.v '!ìì'."ìc cornnsilteo and ih,? Finy-roi,;-'h h.%iiìM  tWíj' -t^&íf-'HrratP^'^-"'-'  quai» rs at to - LH In ;-lun ict^rl.  At Mi.'-í-p'! ; !r''-->î ' of r-'-r:'  WH- '.-rr-t-rfi';. .1 f> î > . . iVC t-h&rSl. aTîd ¡3.%  th<;y ' ^upe .ilduiî marcii ta théir : lie.-,- ■■ .-•.•Mi'-i .-i continnou- uv»fl-<n f; ¡m lîi..easîîn3'R» Mr. i-i ¡TU'Itsi r.îi, th.» si!r...-i;r o£ this ■ BOî^d or-anTSitinT., snî v'.îji wcifS tSë" " uui'.-:îîi a i;.!ra:i..nt iî! ^ Ì'CUÀ.Ì? itr:î>'. --lïd '.'.Í r■•.•fi-u ï.-ni: rei :¡;s " runs;. 1 iîi" ev,.',ii. i anyihliiíí iîe îiaa ever witnessed. _ _ __  Sí<--i:i<'t' í onf-i Ifií îir: t'enTsl fi^st.  , Nnttonal -  At Brooklyn— Tl.tT.i:  Brooklyn ........... 0 0 0 1 2*--:; r.  Cincinnati .......... 0 0 n » ,1 o— (t 'A 1  Baitori..-ii-irfnvi.ll and .MeC.vdii., Nev,--ton and Kehoe.  At Phll-i'l -Ipid.i • • it 15 r..  Philadelphia, .4-1010'^ r, ù Tr l  Bt, Louis...... 2 I 0 1 0 0 1 1) 0- II  .■nift'-rics—t:rivi'r, lie; :ib..ii .it ,,!ii ."dc-Farland: Yroybln^; ani lltij-'h'y, 'At Boston--  Boston ....... 2 0 'J 0 ;.: 0  Plttsburi-; ..... r- t; o <j o e - 1--  Batteries—-Lev,"is and Cliri, dell and Ziirsin-'r.  K',M'lli::'.TKll. June Sity li .^he.-trr ieS îh'j Î -i.e ■ .i..cr--  viniî.^ uì'.'u il.e ìC- r. win, ì ; ! tile, O.; I'-up-ji! th.- ÎI"V. Wii.'i ui D., uîe..r', .v. Y.; «pjîi il! ncr.ü the oíi.s.-- <d' \'h; Ii--ei.»r A-^ahi-l WtlJuièiiuô AseU..n,  märki:T 'BEPÖF-T.  ]'.—-Th.-* Ur iv-íf-Cid »y cùiîferr'.-J iM-iwr or m--A.'J. vtôr eî XiivInUy î c:. W;,Mär. î-^ P-'í-fúr of i^sw.'í - 'ì n Cni^ K-L r -t-i Líiws  Kcw York I-Íonry "SÍarhtt.  ''i.v.H'. Juno 14.  M.nity .-cí eail, Í'i...« Prime mercantüe paper  ■Iii", ai tt s: f.sr îixiy  per e J'j. per C4 r:. I '' i l<>r ä' mn.u^  'lajii; x-'33tc.il râ.ts,  ira  Oi,  Kto-i.-  bank' rs  si.sr . !  Cf :.ir.!  Bar sUvcr, ü'j'4c.  M«i;icari doslara, i7{j;C. /  New York Frodai'© Wíir'ket. Fl.'-I'l't—Wiritir 5  t< r '-.riwíirs r-'^jJ.'.", «--  11 F  p) 2  a-Boer -woîu-  ;er Whl.'h  ■hich i-n.Lt-  delei>atîon| ¡jer the- b.  .. \Vi!l-V. Sîe-, ) 'en .-e-bv the thi- na  thi  am lìri!  ì h.  beiíiíinp Ir i m.  (.; n !,-.t Kui, P, at Fielisbur;; o: had !.. .n  h  ut i>n hîM'knoea not t^îîhoot  tlon ' They  îiv.iî! nt dieted f.  u- l'.ryân.  <'!ty.  deletintion tlon, e ìli.) Dern'^eratlc  COTIV  Tinie F. ~Oeo Kansas City co elio ■ n in the ■liti'11 li''" vesti  riita'H  ;iven-slate rd.ay,  io .¡l'iic.v .1 tu ca^i vote forILm Willi m .T. ìiiv..n :v the pré'ddenti lì ìaomliieii of fin; ;iartv.  l'.rvos- I» Tiiylni- ì«\il(vtm<iiit.  INni.\NAr<''].I;-^, June j:.,--Attornc.-v Genera] \V. 1,. 'l'.ì\l,)r nf In.liina re-teid.iy aniioìiTu Oli Ih.U h- had d!îe,,x'. ercd a !law In the Indietmenr ;!:;.i!nst W. P. T.iylor of K.'nttì'.dv-y. 'I'm tiíoi-ncy Kèiieral says the indiríment n:i!ni/;< thè- l-vepnteîtrâ;jK-cìa imaii t- of --Kenî a55 an aee.'s^toj 'C, but li.troe.-i 'n.i prinei-paÎH in (b^ '.'i,.- : Lv-üi-i':!':! ■'{ This he hoids.ló be.an iiiiportiïiit erroi of .whieii i lie Kenîueky court Of appeals ;!nii-il take coijnixance.  FK k-po-ts Ul:" 1  in fi^  were  Lsh of t aîso "ivv  b.id sliarp skirmish • i; J\i!ie il. The Boers ■essive ..aloni;, the. whole 'kal line and nianaced 01 ee. The British out-the village. General , a^tt-'iitioii of the Boera s > .r;u!is. V, liili; y.-omanry und to their rear and !- 01 .ou. With a to.-s to lb-.' lir'.t-.Í woutidcd. Two p.itr.di wre suided.  bvl\  Si'Ul  I)t»r'iolg Statuì II«*' Tt-st of iííp.  LoNDt'N, .lull.' Vk -'I'n. wa:- o'di liLi.". mad ■ pu'olie a Í! i'rai.o ti •  eral iUUler acce).Uní.-, the oonuratula-  tie.ní ef Ih,, t...,, ] ••v.EI y .if ..,îa'e f.-ir waj-, I.-^vi d 1 .ajïSdov\'m , ï'îr wiueh  "The h.ive been unlucky,  had a chance at . Aîmnnd'3 Nek and :;h,iv, ed thems.lvcH to be a., è-otb' rs.  ''•Aír.'.ír y.o'ò;-t.ainsr'H Xek tunn,-! it l. ijui!'.- -k.-i.  tliO debr!.s'. The lino injured and  be ., . j.-,o,h1 at. any  .-¡Î (.".eil end o? are biovya in and it dii^ to reiri.<v etnerwsFo is un tile ie\(.-r-oUii; sta-  -At iíyraeHHe—  ñyiac'ii'e ..... 1  Montreal ..... 1  B.iti-rieí.' -Cro.-í aud At K-.)cîi-Boche:-,ter ..  Toron t.) ----  Bat'.orle? -  1 1' (.'  t» il (I  A ]  baki'î -s', ^e,. , . .  liî <."l'I\vliî:.îT'-v5%c  St.U" t \ û. lie, c.i.f. .»f COliNMi^Al/--^ . 1. e.-.-  le.-.•..'■y^vu'-.-, r,-, WIIHAT-Xo • No. 1 n-'r'h'T. Í' <.•(-.-t.V - , -, :  UAT--- > .:--,  tr.'.el u v.f i r, , ;  ts^îiî.v.  IS -  TFî;  {-lU i:-  - W'iit-iran,  ..02 i'  H Y.  !) Ü 0 1  . Ü -î Ú 0 0 I McParliin. amli.U; SViUmnu, .md H î.  At Tl..y -T: .y. '  At y. h. r.ei Î.t.l>  liui.'h au!  At L l e.i - l u Al A.b,iiiy - A.  any, y, CiU-ïkind â.  iin II ai o r -i' " --0 e- f- >  V-  ->85,  DpCOVlCIÎED A T LAST!  A QUICK ANO tig«í. conc fort  Headache i  0i7,7.incssï Mr.îuria s  LA tiRiPPE i  lia 5s f TXtiîTrt ÎTTX  iî o é'ï.'Tsïivrfeirr  Lloim-aud ulao.,tü .îàauiitj^ult,'-'  \§JÁ  nñm imi  \ct piKi-'M,', p l'i liu.ii 1." 'i. . î tÎTiipîi^'iV'îl í'í- fi.fite f- ■»'■  ysî<;iii Aviiu-t-ioc l.--; l'i-p; « "i r-iinl,  ..t-íVuiiHuí-ü» aU'i -il: ai.i! l'.-Ati  rrout.te.-,. CCNTS, ;  Jy ni;ul Í01 tOi' .' vciu-■î^ni!;,-  iin.',-  Íí.je, luàvy Si^fift, ■'itcun èW»'  upftu.ù,   

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