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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 14, 1900, Wellsville, New York                                 VOL. xx:, NO. 216  •MraSSULlT JVl.\ 14 1900  VICTORY WAS eOSTLY  Killed at Tien Tsin.  GBVEEAL EIBE AMOHQ TEE DBÂD  »•CaMll Will IM Vm^ state 4«partRtent amtfctpates no diffllciuttir In «HfMting triint-shiptnent of troop« and anithàis int«ndedl for thè I army In China at the Japanese port of  Sum That 3,000 Chinese Were Nagasaki. The point raliiAd in Jiome  quarter« that the us« of NaKasuki a» a baa« in this fashion would M a viola* tion ot International law, consititutin# ft hoatlle act agalnUt China in the ab-sene« of a ^aclaratiion of. war, declared by the otficlals hero to bo ab-«oltttely frivoloua A» a hiatléir óf fact, the flfar' departiiUnt Ma been freely availing itaeif of Nagasaki as a point •f tranikflhtpinant and a port o^f reat ever ainco the end of the war with Spain and the lapaneae government having made no, objection so far, Ib scarcely likely to make a protest Itself or to entertain one from any other nation under present conditions Jiipmi'é  Japanese officials here expect that Marshall Nodzu will accompany the Japanese expedition about to sail for  U Ham« CliMB Will Stay at Canton Va» U1 tfc« Alii«« nefoat Frino« TiiBn>» W«rt»», When M« wm Try t« Arvani;« Tvrma of f«aoo.  BOERS USE STRATËGY.  Men In Front Ranks Wear Uniforms Like British.  E08E WORKED ßUOOESarüLLY.  LONDON, July 14.—The scanty cable dispatches received today add nothing to the knewltWge in London of the Chinese Hiluation.  It is stated positively from Canton tliat Li Hunff Chanji will romalTi» there until the allied troops have defeated Prince Tuan's forces and will then go north to lend hia powerful nld In arranging terms of ptwicc. :o-opcrating with Prince Chlng, Yung' Lu and the other pro-foreigh viceroys. For the present Li Hung Chang consider» that ho can beat control and direct the viceroys from Canton and uIho keep in check the turbulent province of Kwang Tung.  All the forelRncra and misslnnarlcn have evacuated Wor. t;hau and have «f/tved at Nlng Fo. Large bodle.s of lJo*er8 anp<^arpcl ijt Wen Chn.u and threáíéned lib oxtéfftiDíítlíí'tht' foreigners-and Christiana. They, alao diatrib-Oted banners, badges and innamm^atory antl-forelgn appeals.  Tha Tien Toln correspondent of The Express, télegraphing under date of July 9, asaerta that the Chinese are daily driving in the allies. They  Robvrt« 1« Sllen« Ceacvrning NttraV« Kek AflUir—Pretoria Advto«« Htjr Many Offloer« Wer« KHI«d and riAft« Total uiltun CMaal-tta* at »00,  MO TOTAL ABbTINENCE.  . WEERtYTRÄDEREVIEW  fcion of Business.  WHEAT L0SBE8 r,XAGGERATED.  IX>NDON, July 1«.—Lord Roberts has «cnt nothing further concvrning iho Nitrar? Nek affair. Preiorla dlapatchea, however, .ihow that the Lincolnahlres lost half of their omcera, Including Col-  Chlna The rank of Marshall probably ;  be superior to that of any othor forr-lgn ! «obortr^ who was wounded and commander, military or naval. In China.' taken prisoner. Stragglora continue to Under the Japanese system the rutik arrive at the camp, but few further of Marahall corre;îpon(ls with thrit nf ilrtnlln cnn hf» gntberftiî.  field , marhsal in the Preucih system.' The Brltlflh fought stubbornly until ........... .......  As a result of the t;hlna-jHt.aii(>fie war nightfall, whm the cavalry turned their Atta^^a to Cr.r.y Mill« by Storm, but ¿amaRo Talk an usual, has been exaj;-  Yottog P«flpl«'« OhrixiUti Ihiinn Fatl«<l  Adopt n.« «tMtlou l^tuipoltlnK II. I ______  ATLANTA, Ga.. July 14.-A heated '  tfiscuaaion was prccipuated In the third Bradstreet^s Report on Cond:-  Oay'fl «»»^iifilon of the Young People'« iJhrlstlan union oi the tJniversaUHt church yesttvrday by the int,rodu<^ll«)n of a resolution agaln^i tlm llijuor trafTlr, The resolution imposeii tola! abstin-enoe on the memb»M's of the union atid fenllstcd their efTorts to necure laws, municipal and national, that would prohibit the manufacture and sale of intoxicating iiquora as a boveruge,  itev. F. w; Perkins of Conn^ntlcut protested that the resolution wa»i a restraint on the liberty of individual action. Hov. A. <!. (Jcitir of Itacln»,  Wls.i nuide an Impassioned speech In __  favor of the resolution. It was do-' :  fo«ted by a mrtjnrlt>- of 2G. , YORK. July H.-rirad.treofs  A recommendation looking to a closicr . . . t,,.,, , ,  union with the national organization trade review says: ^Vhlh^ tiade is «till of the whole Universal church was midsummer volum«» the be,,-In-  adopted, llesolutlons were adopted to nlngs of improvement in demiind are have an annual offering for Increaalnj; apparently becoming vi8lbl(\ Uy th.j what is known «s the "Aunty" Hrmvn publication of the July Boveinmcnt rn.j, fund for as=<latlnK divinity students In . , , ,  securing an education. apparenily be. ani.  ........... - -------known as to the situation in wheat, and  STRIKERS USE VIOLENCE, wniupstlonn.hl« imrrovom. nt "Incf July  1 has led to the belief that the crop  nighcat IVI®« In Vimr* 1C« OflVrert Poi Cam, NolvrKtiolnndlnit: tlin tÏAnvjr Orop-^-^ugár ItA« »t«»n Atl-vmaea l—Cninparinou uf faliujrfii.  STOCK  »MPANIES.  three marahalls were created by Japan namely; Yamagata, who made the remarkable march Into China from tho north; Oyama, who entered China further south and nelzed Port Arthur, and Oeneral Nodxu had the honor of  being the first Japanvse ofll-i-r to pt-urr an Important triumph on Chinese soil Yamagata In now prime inlr.l.''t('r :ind Uyama., is ..chief .of. atnlT. IcAvlnfi Mar-  hors^.? loose.  Tho Iloer report of the engagement places the British caaualtlcB at over 200.  In the Derderpoort affair, mentioned in Lord Unborts' dispatch, men In the front mnk of tho Boors vvora khaki uniforms and helmets, and the dragoons pasFed thom unsusDectlngly, under the lmpn\=;.sIon that they were Ilussars. The  VVoro I>r4vi»n 4Hr With I.fk««», fi^er-f 1  VALLEYFIKLD. Qiie., July 14.—The mu, , ^v. t. . weavers in the Enu.iro inlH of th«  Montreal t.'oHon cotni>i«nS' ^st-nt out on «^«ncerns m control prU-o«, ¡f  strike bfcatisfi of the employment of an made, has proven alm.irtive and un..)thor  Englishman. Thursday evening the wholer-ale .slashing ¡if ciujtutk.nf; i? lo  operatives In the other dop.irtmentS be reported this vvei-k. Tht' ullviatiim  met and condfjnncd the .Htrike. Thf.He in cotton good;.' I.t an cmbaiiaíísin/r on»»  operatives wont to \\-ork as usual and for the manufacturéis. Raw cott.m, old  r,oiKcd UI» lu iiuoii. ' Ciup, thlrt icuelu'il Uk- hi;;h'-«t  »«•»«!•»! ttiiMlnc«« TIttVR Il««n Xi»<  , ci>r|>inrn<;«>il at Atbnny. AÎ,BÂNY. July 14.™Tlio following  contpiuslf'fi wer»' intMrporated . with the se< r<'t.ary »»r stalf yfsti rilny.  NuiT»;nt Hh'->e rompaiiy of Rocheaiter, rapita) IIS.OOO, d.'ro.^r/.jr«?. Fr.uici'? J, ÎÎUKf-nt. C, C. Nugent and Nt-ily VV. NuKi'^nt of iíDi'hi'.-tiT.  At*rnni8nn »" '-onipiuiy of Nfw  York city t ) inanuiiii'tUTi' <'ahln(>t vvi»k c.npUnI $}0.00<); din'clnrH, Abram O. Abrarn-ciit), Bi rnhard Hi)Rn'«««'>r and | Ahraham lînblnowitz of Xfw York, city.  Tonawand;» Realty eomp.Tny of Tona-wandH, \ ;ipliiil $10.000; tllret-toiB C. ÌÌ. Knot he and W. L. Kn.-the of Tona-wanda and J. O. Jcft'rcy of North Tona-wanda.  TRAIN P0B3ÉR ÖÄUGHT.  <'<>tri|{ \y tio  Cliiki'lni ftHin<«i  KT. i/>ri.^.  li.irn.M nf i.iii)  Oil« of tlir •• Ktjüi-" « "i ■•■> ,,  "lily 11. -r ru'l'.'S Wi-st H-il  tv.  tixis  tlìj-, iuisii'( i"<i uf hi'i:r.; niu- .>f th»' rob-bi'i.s iv ii'i lit(>i< d ati .xrií 'í'íí í'-ar o-n thp Illinois ^'entrai laliv, ay of poveral thow-und nciu- \Vir>küi.iY. Ky,,  "VV'i'dr.ffidiiy niornlntr, was^ nnvst>>d at hin hotiu' ye.stcrday.  Jüiih Ni->hH»ri of 'iorfó I-'inncl avenue, Barns'.«' jKir:ii"r "'-uMpc'd, leav-  Irii,' a trail uf bb/.j i. Fort.v Khol'^ werf t-Xi-haníífil lu'ir-fn îh'> fu^it.lve and the ofTl( >-r-< \vh J j)urfäti.'d hiiti to Vandeven-' .ter smtlon wh' i <> h.- :ir.'(i.  Spf.'ci;il Afrcnt (;<'n;-jrc Murray of th.-ílliü'.i.: r. nt!:ii r.üiv-i.iy ¡ii frciiy.» bur-  shall Nodzu as the available one of this miiuiike " was' riot' diiicovet-edl until the dlatlngialshid tt'lo or somir-rsT. -ili^ -rr- B.t^M o^^^ a heavy- firo when, the beyond middle irft\ 'a su-hi'di;5>ip;:7iar-" Dru"Koon.<5 AVcre within " four - httndrml -ian and has tho reputation uf b^'ing an yards.  impetuous llfrhter. He te a otronjj be- Hrltlsh prlsioncrs who have escaped never in cavalry. 'to Kroonstad report that General De-  wet's force of 10,000 men, with ten guns,  .W.Ut'a Üiey , ^.-ndeavored to enter thO prlce. Ux ten-y«-.»}.», bul-nothlng • JlkO'fnu w-isr .ilioi by but wlll rr>cover.  mili at 1 o-clock tho .strlklng weavera proportlonatf advanee Is bdní: secured " " '  attcmpted to prcvoni thcm \n . many. . aniídied produrt^. •  They falled U. hTs and then atfempled ^ ^ ^^ ; - •  to carry the mlll by storm. Tlie opera- i . . , , , . , .  tlves l,K-ido made a .plrltod reslstanc.c  .....Mwmmtt  Cramp company has notmed the lawir,, department that thr: battleship Alttb»**tiB, ' ' '' will ba in readinefa to leave thé «h^ > yard for it« acceptance trial oit 'liHi' /i' 14th proximo ».nd AS'ktng for the usa dry dock No. 3 at the navy yard m» tli» ' 19th pruximi». Titc fêqueatAd permit' »ion for the use of the dock will bti ' franted and the trial of th«s v^ffts&lyem be made a« soon after as possible. trial will takf pla»"'* ov»»r thf> rtfinlar '"''<■-•4  course oft Cape Ann, Masu. T^he Ala- . . Xé bama will be required to matntala An ' " ' average Bpeed of !<> knot« duri^tg A r»» of four hours.  I>«lay to A«4>omo«t»i« AmarfieNnM.  LONDON, July 14.~Ths delay In t|»« arrival of th-^« Wt Atnerican ChrtsHiflai i Endi^avorers necessitates aiteratXon kt ! the elaborate program for the Sunday i services. In the meantime Chriatiaa K»« i deavofi-rs from th.' United states arè ; ever>'vvhere pr.»mlnent. Among the 1 leaders In yesterday'» service» were Itev. J. H. Elliott, Rev. Robert Pî«rû« and Rev. Herbert J. White of the Unit-ed States and Rev. T. W. Wilson Canada.  Ilfirrylngi Tr««>p. I'mm Vnhtk,- -----  NP:W YORK, July 14.—At the armr -building it ws.!'. announi-^od Iha-t uputi the arrival of the United States trana> ; port McPhers^tn and Sedgwick from Cu» ' ba and Porto Rico, about July 22:, botli ! v<>a.icls will be doubled back to brinit In troops. The McPhenson will fetch the remaining battalion of thé Fifth' infantry from Santiago and the Sedge- -  v/i(.;k will bring home troops from , ........  roncf, .San Juan and Muvaguez. - •  Bii&mKWir miprokiT«  FRANC-:^ demand.  Orders Chinese MIiitHior to Ti-ansinic Mo>i-eARci to ìtlliiìHror nt l'okm. PARIS, July 14.—The Chinese minis  expelled from Bethlehem by Generals Clements and Paget, have taken up a strong positi >n fifteen miles to the Houthward in the hllla around Reteif  ;pirltr  and eventually drove the attacklnR party off. Then the mob stoni^d the windows of the mill facing on the street. Two or three people were injured, one woman quite seriously. There Is g'<iiiit excitement. Twenty  time during tho summer has b'.-en pi.n -tlcally -agreed upon by tho fal! river print cloth mills. A rather b<;tt»r tone is noted in he drygoods mark»-: at New York with symptoms of exi)andln.cc demand chiefly, however, for .«easun.ible  PARIS, vTuly 14.—The ( hlnese minis- President Steyn is reported to be four hundred opsTiVtives ai« affectcd by ' goodn,'. .Concessions In i)rl(:ys have in-  ^r here has (xnnmunloated to M ; with thom. the strike. Tho mayor was called upon duaed rather freer buvlnii of svoof at Delcas.qe, the minister of foreign affairs ' ■ an Imperial edict, doted June '.il».  Another case of the Boera wearing khaki iM r»-! 'rfHl t,o have happeinid at  To this M. Delcasse has i-eplied thai , , . ,, , , ..  idnce the Chinese government had fh. f Í'V  means to communicate with Its repre- ^''l^ed a picket of men of the lork-sentatlves abroad it ought to guar- «^Ire Light infantry, eighteen of whom antee communications between th.- for- ^^'cre killed or wounded. &lgn powers and their representative! nt Pekln, and he has therefore ohargiM the Chinese minister to transmit a - telegram to M. Pichón, the French minister to China.  for police protection, but negíeoted to ' some centers, and the ton" of the Lon-tnke any nntiro. j ¿on cnlcs in ilrnicr, hut the guo.îr^ mài  Ott! show little iuiiinitliin.  NEWS OF REBEL DEFEAT.  C.ICNERAL KEtC.  [Roiwrti'tl Kllle«! at Tlvti Tsln.] bave moimtcd, says the cone.-ii)oud'»nt, 12 fresh guns In advnntaiii'ous po^dtlons, with which they are sweeping the streets of the foreign settlement, the incessant fire rendering position after position quite untenable.  The Dally Mall's St. Petersburg correspondent says that in tho last six hours battle outside of 'Hen Tsin the Cossacks captured six Kriipp guns and killed a number of fleeing Hoxer.s. The Chinese lost 3,000 killed, includliig General Kek. ______  INJURES GERMAN TRADE.  Dusluees ii^Kiitnlnc; t<v Fccil tho KfTect ot  BERLIN, July 14.—No Chine.-e advices have been re<'eived at the foreign ofïlce which fact iiUerpretétî by the press as ominous of dUitrilrouH news In a few days It Is saVd that a feeling of unrest e-xi.sts iM Shan-Tung because of the withdrawal of a part of the German troops from Taku to Tsln-Tau.  The German mlHtiiry expedition wlH carry one'battery of lô centimetre how-Itcera for tho sdege of Pekln. The marine ministry Intends to «-ha; tei 30 or 40 vessels for China, many of them to be used as supply ships.  At a'miiB&tinghcid-hereat-'Rhich present a number ot the'RrgTtesl i^ditîo-lans, a society was organized tx) collect-money to provide physicians and nurises for the China expedition. The offers of persons to servt as nurses have been. »fi numerous that no more can be accepted at present. .......................  The situation in China begins to affect German trade.  Orders for railway material for the German Shan-Tung railway have been cancelled.  number of needle factories in Weét Phalla have closed. A number of iirms in ï^âsen, Dortnund and Saxony, complain, that, the position of affairs in China has injurtid their business.  S«cretary of Rslstan liSifntlou ««j« f-'nltli-fol Troops llaTO I>«fontoxl itoxor*.  BRUSSELS, July 14.—M. Dofaberenu, minister of forelyn affairs has rocelvod a telegram from M. Decastler de Mar^ chienne, secretary of the Beliiian legation at Pekln, dated at.ShanRhai, stating, on the authority of a Chine.<3e source, that troops faithful to General NIeh aichang have defeated the rebels near Pekln and that they recoiiiiized the authority of Prince Ching and General Yung I-u, who Btrlvi-d to defend the Buropeans. ,_  No News I<rom Kome^y.  WARHTNGTON. .Tuly M.—Rocrotar> Long stated at a late hour h'.sl nitiht that ho had nor recclvcd a n-ord rturlnp the day or evening from Admiral Reni-ey, In conimand of the Aidalle station and now in tMilnese water.'i. The f.ie; that tJit; aduilial had not made aiij r<îpon of the conditions said to ex ist- in Pekln and the reported miirdei of the ministers, the s(icrctary reR^'^rdi as a hopeful .slKn, as he incline:! isi tV..-opinion that had any linaUty oecurn : in the capital some word (<r rumor ui It might have found its «uy to Tier Tsin.  €l«"ry It onto th« no«ri».  WITPOOllT, Transvaal, July 14.— General Clery's ' column, which has moved easterly, Is now camped here. During the march the mounted Infant" ry engnged 200 Boers, shelling a ridge occupied by the barghers.  It la anticipated that this movement will clear the country from Standertou to Heidlebt'r.er. as the troops found but one remr»lnin.ti laager, from which the Boors retired hurriedly.  ■ EXECUTIVE COMMTTEE.  K&m«« of Thou« Sdlocti"»! by n<*iu<>oratt£ Stato rouiinllteo Annnititond. NiirVi'' YORK, July 14.-Frank Campbell chairman of the Doinocratlc state commlttet.» announced the appointment of the following esecutivo committee.  JaniLs K. MoGulre of Syracu;-ie, chair man; David B. Hill, UiL^hard Crokor. Edward Murphy, Hutih MoLaughlin. Elliott Danfurth. Conrad Diehl, mayor  Tho Industri.il situation Is rather better as a result of aRrcjuient« \ipon wages by a number of iron and steel manufacturing concerns and their em- i ploycs. Lower prices for lumber are apparently IndudnK muro activity in building, thoutih h )\v much ..is due lo this, and how much to the PPttloment of labor disturbances. Is hard to nie.'n-Urc." TTheal and flour prici-.-; .xrv .-süííhi-ly lower on the week. In keeping; wltii Imprnvf'd crop reportsi at home nnd  of Buffalo; .Jt.hn Wlwien, Arthur A f 1" * '■ V ...... '  McLean of N-.-uburRh, P- rry BoJmont. » road, but corn has bee.> ni exe.-pl,ou-  Jacob Gerllt.^' of Rod,....ter, Frank B.  SUSPECTS FREED-  Grand Jury ICeturncd No Indiotmontn Affnl'^^t AIli-R-ntl Mtirdfirer».  PITT.SFIi-'.LD, Mass., July 14.—Alexander Grant and David King of Clarksburg, who recently werr« arrested in. connection with an investigation of the murder of ilcnry Reeil and his sister, Blanche, at North Adrims, In 1S07, wepj discharged from custody yesterday, the Brand Jury having failed lo return nn • Indictment.  Creamer of Brooklyn, John B. .'=ihea of Brooklyn; William F. Grell, John J. Kennedy of Buff.-ilo, Chiirl.-s N. lUiI^'er of Oswego; Thom'aii K. Dowd of Salamanca.  The hoadqunrtcrri of the ciMiimlltt-Ti wlll bc both in the Boffman house and In the St. Janic-s Bulldini;. jU-tSt opposite, the per?onrtl headquarlers of Mr. Me-Gulre being iti- the hotel.  que.'ít which was reopened a few weeks ago, the previous .sesidon. held. at . the time of the murder having failed to disclose" any clue. The- evidence at- the inquest was to the effect tiiat tlie men knew that Reed was a man "of i?ome wealth and one who frequently had large .sums -of nVotiey in the house. It WM.s also shown that the men keeping their horsf in Reed's bam had opportunity to commit the murder. Reed nnd his sifjter were f'Oind murd«^d in Italy wm s>iul i-i.ooo ! their home, the man having been  ROME, July 14.—A cuutlngent ot killed with an ax and his sister having troops for China will leave Naples Jul>! been,shot with a revolver owned by her 18. Aecording to The Tribuna a s-Pr-ini", and kept in a diawer in his  contingentv' which, like the first, wJM b? composed of two battalions, will b? eent The expodnion.iry (.oip.s will thus ta 5,()íiü:xcicn>  Kni«tt Ulnisolf U'liJto Ufmponcfoiit.  1 ■Rl.MlRA, N. Y.. July ii.~Despond-i ent over iimmcial maltev.s Horace Clark The" men wtM-e arrested after án in-1 »hot and ■ ■ iiiMUuUly kiUüd him^-lf in  his home bure yesterday afternoon, was [¡r> years oí aji«.  He  Ton«h í.íilnps r.ti«lu<r.  ELMIRA, N. Y.. July Íi.--Tlie Bloss-burs Oil ctunp.iny .^.tnicl; an.ith'jr gufdi-er In the Gaine.s. Pa... oil tield yesterday. This i.s the conii-'itny's tenth w*>li and It produced 1,000 barrels in four hours.  FIREBUGS AT PARIS.  1 (.-urn. ■. .. _^_ _ ...........  PAN-AMERICAN_ STAMPS.  PwAtsknico Usportment ilcridi» to; Ciuiouga tho Inscription.  WASHINGTON, July 14—Tho ii-scriptlon "Commemorative aorles, 1901" ; Instead of "i'^an-Americtin serit^«. -laoi'" I Will be boVne on thè Btanips issued by the" government in corin'nemoratlon of  ALMOST REITERATION,  OBtllae or Ooruoauj'a Chhm Policy Con« forms >Vlth That of UnUod .States.  WASHINGTON, July 14.—Mr. Wol-lant, the RuBsian charge- of embaa-sy called at^ l^^^^ department yesterday  talk o ver'The Chi^^^^^^ Secretary Hay. He stated that he had no advices from his own government _ touching the latest dftyelopnients a t Pe-"kin. It la understood tliur^^^m department Is basing Its repeated affirmations of the wllliugtiess of Russia to pormit' large operations by Japan tn a Tniiitary senae iii China on r pj ■eatationn: made by-Mr. Woliant. ■ The department is much riatllied at the atatement attributed to (.iount Von Buoldw in the outline of his note , to the Oernjan states. - In the n.bacncc of- the - foil test of the note-the oillclala here read In the abstract a complete reatflrm-ation of the principles laid down by Hecratary Hay as guiding the-poiicy of the United States toward China. Some^ of the declarations of the Qermau chancellor might be almost regarded as paraphrases of tho united Staiea' not® on tii« euiiject " - - -.  Plot to llnrii «rand S'alaoo ot t:hanij> Klysee» I>Iscovercd l>y Acoldont, PARIS,-July 14.—laquivies are bi'ui.: made into what may possibly turn out j .the Buffalo . Pah-Amercan Exposition, to have bef?n a serious attempt to de- This is in accordance with an opinion "Btroy the Grand Palace of "tlie Champ?- -rcnd^u-Aid. Jay.„.As.8l^tant-'^ttorne^ Gen-Elysco.i on Wednesday higlU. A waidi- eral 'Syner on a qiu»stiori"iiubmitted"by man of the...cellars, v.-hleh were filled - Third Assistant .Postmaster General with packing cases .and a large quanti- ' M'»^''^®"-  ty of other indammabh- material, over-' '^he proin leiy of ; pr.lntlng ^tbe words  heard a conversation hetween two men. I "l'«»-American series, 1901" on the  tiiat '('■>! was i'ontemplated issue is doubted as It ' - - ' - ' -^yould bo in aome stniso 'an advertlf4<--nvent, the exposition being a pi-ivate  leading liim 'to br^lrevt- tiiat :.!i.>i wah on foot to -ict Jirc to ths building. The miscreants-tied upon ' hi^; ivppilomcii.  A Bcarch thè nej^t mbrninK ré.-^ùtted lu the discovery of two hermetically sealed boxes filled with black powder. The police believe, the boxes Wore left by workmen when they exoaviited the foundations of the bulldinR or were hidden there by thleve.s ..who intended to recover. J hem. Ja feeling in  other quarters, however, is that a pfot existed to burn the palace and a connection is made between the discovery and the recent-tire at the Chateau D'Jiau. which Investigations showed to have been the. work:.of an Incendiary.  BASE BALL NEWS.  Reanltii of Game» l'layod Yoüterday In Wlfforont I.cagimi. At Detroit— R- B- E.  Detrott.: ___________4 O-ü LQ.O.Ti « .J.2....J.  Chicago ..........11) 0 0 i II 0 Ii 0— i. 71  üatteritp—Cronin and Shaw; Killen and Sußdvn.  At. Uuli.i,n-iuuli_ fi K  Indiuiiiwd-. '! S i< U J U i't 3 ( ö  . u 1 a 1 1 Ii 1) U o ¿ S i Batterie,--—Barne:- and Duwlinß  andBrnlth.  ■ -At Cltsvedarid- ' • U, 11. K.  Cievtland ........'.O 0 1 .0 0 0 O O O- 1 1  MiiUleapüHiJ- f'(i;0 ir 3 0 0 0- 6 S i  Battorlc.s-Hüffer und Spie.';; l'arker aiui Jackllt-'-ch. At Uuttalo— R- B- i-^  Bufffilo_........... 0 n :! 4 0 S-tKO 0—10 11 G  Kan.'Sifl Ölty ... 1 (> 0 0 0 0 0 1 (>--- 2 -5 4 Batterios—Kerwiii and iichrecujiga.st; Gray, Gear und UojuUng.  price reached for ycatn. n.jiwiLhbiandlini expectations ->f nn enormous crop, uhieh however, may he .^iightly curi.iiied if dry weather contlnu(»s In Kansas and Nebraska. Hog jiroducLs are in mrii--i-slack demand. Sugar h.t.=i iieen a^.iin advanced, nnd refined now j; ■il.'^ at i", cents per pound the higlie.si prit e reached in nine years.  The advance in wheat prices in June, based on crop damage, ovidcnily juuved attractive to. holder;-, b.-tau;-..- .uo-ks in the United States and C.'.nad.i on July 1 W'jre unchanged iruin tiu' monili before. Kuropenn supplì'íj fell nff. and the total Worlds supply inciuding th.it hold In the .iljov.- .\nd in Au-.ir.iH i atid i Argentina on July 1, wa« 1 1>.G.(!0i! bushel.«, an increase of only ri.íieit,!!..!) bushels over July 1 a year a,-:o Inu u gain of r>í.(iíiii,(iOi) l.i\i«-)i,-hi nv-M- .luly 1 lSi»8.  Gross receipt's of 107 rallr.jaJii .for ili-. month c>f .lune repoi-ted lo Biadsti-e.-is i aggregated $4S,7.'?1.9:>S'on increa.st- 'if ;».•! ¡ per cent over June, a year ago, whil'-! for the first half of the year the toial | earnlng.s of 112 road.s. reporting ¡t.S.t«,",) ' miles of track, aggregati^ $:<i>y.r)l4,SM. an increase of 13.3 per cent. i  Wheat, including (l/>ur shipi n nt.i ioi .Ì the. weeft'irg^^^^^^^ nu-hil.. i  a:galnst 3,0Í8.83-2 huídu I. 1 v î " - U, : - I ■¿tU.M"". f)ir-iifls in Hi. < >1 u-pondMi; Wtif-t. VÍ íí.'',!",*"'' bu'dii I', n I'-f- J  1,.')_'2 bu=;neK in l^ >7 ind L'Mt, ! <i j'» 1 budieli^ in 1^115 Cein txinut Tm the; week aggrec-Mte i Oj''(t(,s bU'-hel^ ig ihi- ^ .3, 614.2134'..bu-iiels 1., {">^7 >  bushels in thi" wtek, a jtai 2 ~  24.S bushels ii im-.i Ms r.i  1897.-and l,llo. >.71 bu-li. Is in 1^'it'  Business faiUues i!.> v.-ik'num-ber 221. as < ompnr. d with It(> in-' ue- !<; 1T4 in this week i m u ano, in 247 in IS'JT and in IS'Já.  .Barnes-Vv-fiP takr^n -.vlThnrit Tiloôdshpd.. A'c -pt^Vir-r h-'ai-trrtlTirfórs. ■p^xpresR Mea-sêng.T TTîi'kox w îio-«ê -car WA« robbed part!,illy identified B.-irnes. whom hf-said 11- enible.-'. the rabbrr who P.TVed him friim de.itli at the h.ind:^ of the others.  l.iito y-stf-rrlay afLet-'noon liarne;» con-fe?~f:d to «."hief of Detectives Dfe.imond and Chief uf Pvdlcp Campbell that ht', tt)gether with John Nels.m and a man named Dyt-r, «Has Conli-v. r-.bbed the Biirol.q C'.niral railway train in Kentucky.  Barn. 3 s.tat' d that I>yer carne from San Francii'eo four months ago anil that the plot was all arranged in this city.......  HAD THEIR SYMPATHY.  PoUei.m-it) Ilcfnuod to Arrfil Womnn Stonnrl fifi' lîn.ïmnd.  NEW YORIC. July M.-Alhough Mrpi. Sfu-ü-li L.'lu-ley hit her husband in the ht .id with a bri--U ye.nerday in the î)rei-ence of ¡¿i,>li' omen, they, aotu.vted by .sympathy, refused to arrest her. '  Jarnci cui ley, a motornian in Brooklyn. wa.-< arraigiit'd ye:Jierday charged with abandoning hisi wife and twc children, one an infant of three weeks lie ua.". ah-,I c!i.trj4eil itli a.'ii^ault on hi;: wife and .--iiter-ln-law. Mr.^ Maria iivilh of Bro<dilvn.  In eou¡! th'.' ch.irj'.o.s of ii.-ísault were withdr.iwn .-ind t.'iirley -«vas •,)rdered tc p.iy hi-'- nifi- «.'j a week. As he started t<.) leave' the <-,>uri ro-un his wife sprang at bun, .sliouiing; "I'll niurder. you. yoL brutti'' and ütruck him.  She w.ts n rained and half an houi later lie iei t ir. a re.'ir eiuraiu e.  •Ml;-!, '"uriey was vvaiung and rea.cll-In;; h:m .-is; h-j waü walking on Baltic ;-,tie'-t. hit him wlLb. St.-brit-k,- InfUctlïïg' a d< oil ."Ut o,--, the sc.alp. -Tlie policemen whi-' wiinc ss.-ii the as.^ixult refusied tc aiTi -t Ml.-;. Ciuiey, liut .■idvi.'îed her has-l>a!id to run. \\hich iic did. . ____1.  .....Kew-'S'trtrIt Honey Ma»k«t.  NKW YORK. July 13. Money on call, IV2 per cmt. Prime inerc.tntlU' papiT, p«»"  .cent. —..........„■■•■■■  ijierllng Fxrh-'uiKu. Actual bueloes» lis banktr.-i' bills ui St.SiiO* rt>r d=i-mand; for sixty d-.tyf!; p.is!ied r.-ji.'s. C<;mrn.-rci:il l>lUs. l-iW^A.  Sliver certiruvited, i  liar .«iiJvcr,  Mexican dollars, 48Vic.  Sew Tork Produce Market. '  FLOUR—\vin».T piiteiu.-. li.fXi^l.fA^ win-Itr Btr.iight.^ i.'H.»; winter e-xtnui  Si;.7r.';!:.nit; Wir.tvr sra<i.Mt, ?lMoii2.70  patent-s, tt.afyiii.iio; Mt»n<;«viii bakvnv', r.i.llKyS-GO.  Bl {-K\VI't:AT-5<5iic. c.t:i. New Torts. CORNMEAL-Yellow W.atcrn, t*&c; clVj 07c: br.vndywhie. i2.C'.V;j2.7i).  UYK~No. 2 v.esttjrn. Cic. f.n.b. ailcrat CKitcJle. c.i.f, Nvw York car lotg; '  wheat--No. 2 red. f ^j.b. afloat  No. 1 norttv-rn Duiuth. .-iv^..- £.41.b. atu.-at CORN-No. f.t).t>. ai!u.»i,  OATS—N... ;; N«j. ;; white, r.h-; tnicl mtxc-ii wc.-;tern, ; track whi:e. IXjI/^-  Zsv.  roRK-Famlly. $13 7,y./H.r.l JiCTTBR—i.'re.inn ry, cxuad. 1 i-iffiS'-^o factory. IS';;!.; irnitittiun crciimery, 11. i7i4e„  CHCKSR—F.incy. larR", white. fancy, .-■■mj!l, i;i5l-->rcii, OV.-c; funcy, iirrjul WllltO, i'H-C.  .- Fj;G5 - and I'cnni-yivur.la,  • ^^  Mich-e.l .M.tl itiL-i Cil'.'i.-,-,-ood is flfud, a.-.-.i in; lit- ..n.- .-.f .t:he pto-  r. sitii'utri i.if northern Pennsylvania At th.' age tif 101 he undei went a very critical iiVH-.gieal operaiion. Until within a f."-\v ye-ir.s ag.> he \vas in p.is-eysioh of ajl, his I'acuities.  TratiKiiort .■li-rlv»i..< rroni Mriiiilii  riiAN<^rsco. ju-v 14-Th. trin--i')rl líauí.nk .iui\ed l.iht uigh^ Jl tia\.s liotn Manila. \l.i N.iiia.>.ik! She hiuu^ni Wi p e,- nj ts ini .I7_sd litcrij- Fli-i- ds Uà ir«  cufrod Oll the voyage.  RIOT AT BELFAST.  Hatlflnallsta Attempt«»! to ftK^nij-oy Or-enBOnion'a Triuuipltal Arcli.  BELFAST, July If.—A riot oocurre.1 here Thurpd-'jy night when n party of nationalists" tried to demolish tlie Orange triumphal arch.  The attempt"-vv'as followed - by-tr bghi, in the course of which the wonu-n toit; up paving and haudi.d thejii ii>  the combatants.  The police «"barged the rlolt-is And dispersed them.  "a surgeon end several constables ■were • seihsutiljf- • lajup^dj:..  enterprise aided by congress.  lillltetl on Wedding .%niilvor«ary.  NEW YORK, July 14.—Mrs. Julia .T. Cherdy, 29 years of -ag^e,- wife,-of Louis I. Cherey, a druggi.st of this city, was liorribly killed last night In a.runavvay whil.e returning from the celebration .of her third weddIng anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Cherey started out'in The'ea^^ ly morning to spend the day in a drive. The horse took fright and Doltod. Mrs. Cberoy became frantic .and stood up and leu.iied from tlic caiilage. ilhe wan almo.'st lifc'ie.ss w'hc-n picked up. Her skull had been fractured, her jaw broken, one ear torn off and the re.st of her head torrlbly mangled, while her body "was a- hi-.iss «i bruissij. Mi,tr Chorcy \va,s taken to the hot,pital, but died within hall an hour.  KttUrofui hhups IturuAd.  ST. PAUL, Minn., July 14.-Fire broke out in-tho Chicago G_r(>,u^Vestern shopr at S.)Uth Park yeßteiday desti oying all the buildings ieilaerly oceuided Ly th" Great Western—s-hops Its spread was then t h. < k'-a. ThL losä it la estimated v\ili be tioiu $lü.).iiOi) to ÇHjO.WO The buildings wcio ílíled «Ith shingles.  ^ Eastern I.crtsne. '  At Syracu.se-- R. H- K.  ßyraeu.-e ........ 0 0 1 I ü 0 ü 0 0 1— 4  R(H»ht>s.lér ...... 1 il« (i IMI ao 1 4—tí IJ  Ballerie.*--—Bishup and Me.'i.'-t'it; liowt-n  and. Dl-Kon. ; ........  At ■apringiield- U. H. K.  Sprlngtield ______ 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 IV— 4 »  I'rovldcuce .. . . .. 2 1 1 0.1 ö 0 0 0~ 5 S 0 Battoric&-^Wtu'HÌ.':; uini .Tuft; EVUUÜ .a-iid Leahy. "  At llarttord- R. 11. K.  Hartford 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 5 9 0  Worcester . .......Out)) 0 0 v 0 0— 1 7 -ö  - —Hatltîî'ieB—üoriiova.iv--------a.ud.........St-ceUnan.  KlObcdanz and Kittredge.  >atU>nu.l I-oatjuo.  ...At New Yoik--  Brookivji ---------, ij tm 0 e ö 1 0 0-  New York . ... i . u o o 1 u ' liattcs-lfs—Hovvi il, 1 >u:in,. Ivenn  li: 11 • E., I ft 0 ■M îl» , 1 .■dv, Mc-  niaiiity -ind Mciîuirt ; Ba^^¡ey ,ind W.ir-. .nvv. ■ ;  At l-lii^îiaig-- R H J.^  Fllt.O>ui g ..........2 fi~u Ü 0 4 0 0 - vS 'J ii  Phlla.ii Iphia ...... .-) 4 J y. 4 U 0 3—J.; 24 0  i"îalteiloj—L-"Vil, I'iii luo tinj 0'(.;or.-nt)r; I'ialt ,in<l .McKarhuid. . At Cluctun.ai - " R H li  ^'hielnnati ...... o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1— 1 Ü 1  I^mta ..... 0 0 0 ß 0 II 0 0 0 0 - n 6  HiitK lies--Phihppi aiid I\itz, JoiK and  Ci-lg( 1 " _- -  hiato liOBíí n»>. Al Ivìnghanlter, - Binglianiton 1, rtio^i 5. At Tioj Tiun 7,  At CoitLui' "■'ortiaiid ¡3. ritbnectwdy 0. At Rom» —UüiiK lì; Albany a.  NO NEWS OF PEARY.  Barh Cftlchn i Troni tjjo lr<tie lîoglon ilt».l Noi *l«t It..^ PHTli VDr.I.PHI \ .1 ul\^ 11 —Th.-^ b^rk Cíilí'ium, Ca{)tain Smith.- from tvigiut, Gici nland, an i\ed lu It xisitrdii >..;b ■I cargo or ci-v.sohte. 1 lie bark u.ik »x-p vtf'd to hung tiding-» fi-un Lit u,!-n tot I'titij vbi is in th> \rit(e i ¡, ni ¡n qut'-t of tlu Xoith poh but 'tln-u i. much dih ipi'untmeni telt b> tin .io\vd iviuili Î" H <lt|nt; fi>i the huK U i!i' v.biif-when <'aptain .Smith .¡nn lUi.'-'t.i that he had no news lr;.ini the .->\-plorer.  . . (.!apLaiu Smith said the- past winter in (ireenland was tmi^ oí the wot;t in jtai-, a'ld It V .us bis iKlLl iî> lì L u tenant Pt.uv and i.i pai f. nui t lit\t buffeied conbldeiablo h.u bh,p Moi K se\«ie weathei Th'> nxtise, ¡n t.i .t  Jo< ility. C.Udiini .^nuth ii i, -.un.iiT  ..evi-iely and utio ,'en'M Ui\ in p ) >r t.-ondUion. 'i he liaik »v i- it. t- uni ovèr a inonth otf tìreenland, inj' u-e pack ri'aching ff'un luO to 1:>0 mil.oir the shore. __ ;............ . '  îVroxvi,««! In Hio fSn«<i««»îii»5)tr.i.  BINGHAMTON. N. Y.,- .luly 14'.— CharlPiS J.'^verts 1'.» \e.ii- or a--'.-v.-i« drowned Un the .Su-iijueb iin.a i>\ei torday afteinoon.. Tii-- j'Hing man «».s bathing and ibuu!-li be ,.>ulti not h^ dived from a ratt into deep wait-r.  CMiain Works licnt^oyed.  PlTTSl'.UUG. Juh 11 -The (îar'.aie Ch iin soil -, at Binlrsn, P' . v. ei e de l.().< i b ill \t-'í. T-Jty. i ?10,.<i(i» i'ht tilt IS ( ,ia>"d bv tii ' i^xpl'-.ior It 1 'ink ot t ht'ni .iL-. No om. \va> in tiii'c'i.  '/<»U\ antl I)i-f}'fuN.  ..lùiiile Zola !ius iiniionni'cd to a Ilii¿í;:tiu! n« V [arni n Ju <nU t >\i ill it <-t> 1 u i-lit> l>;-c(Micerned nie î ìn'vfus case i.s fui-I-lud líe uiik« I loi t'u 'u VI- d otl) < r ht t îi 'i '1 tl 't " el.î 111! 1 At t!ié same tiiae, the nnveiist «aid. lie «illd t"s 1 . Ulis .M st.li .Il t' < dl-pi d of tip iilHi.ittd m "1 in CÌ-1 ti.e ! liei  lüM M (iif t!i< li hl ¡p, l'Ut ¡ht. do '-ti liu leu -11 \ !o¡ tlu it I ì.ili!i.-lini> at  o< l »rr-T 11 ' tal < ei te.  BuHalo Provision Market. -  EM-FFALO. July 1.1. WHFAT-No 1 n'-rthvrn,'^^^¿c; -wiatei wh.--at, .No. 2 isio, DATii-Nu. 2 %Oiite. 'Jii l-ic; No. 3 miJKd  •¿^ i-lM! -'fjlsC.  CI »IIN — N.x 2 yellow. -lyUc; No. 3 mix&i  - ----  rLOt'R—SpriniT whtMit. hi>sl patent, jjoi.. btab Si:75tf5-f*i'. Grades. S2.Tj}i3.25; wla-ttr family, $1.2.V34.r.O; graham, beat, $4,50.  • lUJTTTiR—Cf<»nmrry wrs'-f-rn cxtroiS. COe; t-taU; .'<nd iVnnsyH-ania erean-Uiiy.-Wcr'¡latry ciitra auut:, I'A-; wc-i»ier£t, extra, IbViC.  cnKKSC-rMiVy full crtMHi, f.iir »!■>, 7'i^e'; »kinis, .¡.'(iut.-. EGOS—.-»r'nie. rP-c; w. .-t< rn, s;s.-iJ,Vi£C. PU'i'A'i'UKri—New. !ani.'y, pi-r L.l>i, 1.C0.  East Baifalo Liv« Stock Mas'ket.  .CATTLE—lixtra exp.irt .steers. ' 5.70; gocid t.- choice .siuppitig iit-'crs, $i.yi.>y 6.3;); goud to chtiit-t* nu dium Btv.-rs. $i.7t^ 5.0i); coar.sc, rougti. but fat filt-ers. $i.2&ii 4 70, v,t-t<.rn br/intlfil «c-er'=!, -  S12ji4 7 . t hoik-t. ti ni'Otii, fat hUftrs, to; c-'ftm'K'fi oJd ro fair cows, ^.S««®: 4 0(i, good butcher bjH--,  SiliaJl*^ A*>;i> lAMBS-uit clioice to fanf\ -t-l'M teii i'>Vijt iH«. rair t'> ¡j'tjod ' •nofi", rull - anti ."atnTTfiiir iJiStsr+T»; lU'iitlir-' tr -ih KDii.rt-T ■e-STTB.-fi.-a^"  iisD.. cuiniaefj, f^i'' 4 rxt .  liOGis—Mix. d e'e ."-s" grade« iS.E&gu.SO. h'Asy i^og- Jii'A,', ol»o!vt lit-avy and  BöJPTalo Hay Market.  ■ HAY—No. : I -tiniui-hy. Î1Î;  JK'íiCai hi'-t' !i p. .ni-. Íli'ílT;  NJ 1 ion. lijKiîî. ?14EÔ.  No. Ne.  id  .tíufíInoHí»  \iui t<iTi lit II»; v itli i\»l()i(.d nun in  i.-irts- lit tlie. t^ouutrv, lîttoker IV Wash-1 ..t, 1 tri- Tl 1 . -I t 1 ' II-' dt t ill,>d to - -t ill t! I ol^.^, .lîe of 1 liAtioiltî  '■.-il' u .1 e-- h I-MU Tím ')lijtcf of this  1 1 loll I, (o . til er u. Oí î )i i{ I ' -  l'i liioa/b tilt et liti U t>iun.'Iti n 'od 111 ìi.._'1 oi¡.-\iii Uh n, lo tutti .111 .i\t-h "l 1 >J .in-- TI, In-' i>..iin». X.ilì li 1 td la Bu-tt 11 tili \u., uiul '21  JOM.ircrCS DYSPEPSIA CURE  & Scisi. ' V. l ' I 6-J PL-aa.-E.5i fw Sjsss^iìa  J-"»,. Shesìh ii-.d .'icr.-i í.-siíbisí,  74«!. 1 -t IM'd Mu:-., .ws: /'î had  -1 V 1% 1 ' It 1 •> J t M ! ; npp^-l5tt- i-'twrd.  l^.t 1 • ' i ' V - ni to i; ..--i tad liatî  n .'t-r { ' ^ n d -> 1 : - -, î until {  > . .. :: î i;v C-arc  liiif- 7. » ) ! • Il ttV> n!>--r!îîis, h-îve  . int. ï f ' -tS n-id «ili-liît iii<-rc3»iag. lì.  na w e, - 11 >1 ^¡rîne f irwr.-iîr sui risa dow-ä pcop'.c." Boxes, 10c., 25c tstii SOfi.  FOS SALE BY  rR\Ti!M. MTiiMií^raá mm  w i.ï.iji'Bîxxsa. ÍÍ  ults.  âO, 7s cents  ài. A^   

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