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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 27, 1900, Wellsville, New York                                 Vm.,  A  ...........—..............Ill a"  .wîKiâMimj-»:.fi.„ri>,mmA y. JÜI-i-m, 10m  i '  - -/li-i  EN ROUTE TO SAFETY.  Li Hung Chang Says Minister« Have Left Pékin.  àlI(ÎBYAT0ÔSÔÏÏL8' BKfiPTIOIBM:  A«tlT» Pr«p«r»tlon» For W»r .A««tii«t Fowe» Ave In Pro«r«M In th* Tan« Tu VAlle/—Aduii»! Se/-mour Ils» Arrtvod nt 8li»i>srli«l<  LONDON, July 27.-,The Sljanghal sorrespondcnt of The Daily Expresa tolegraphitifr yesterdliy. say«:  "LI Hung Chang now state» that some at the members of the legations have already left Pekln and may be expected irtiortly. He is becomingr angry at the Bcepticinni «í liie i;iinaulíí.  "The Imnrcsslon is gaining ground h«re that the mlnístera of the powers to wiioni China hufi appealed for ra«d-latlon may still be alive. The repre-Bentatlveg of France, Japan, HusfMa and the United States have visited LI Hunar Changf. but tbe others still keef) kloof.  "The American."} here are Indignant ov«r the 'fact that Uuilrd Slates Con-lul Qoodnow has entered Into relations with Earl LI, but air. Goodnow defends lila action on the ground that 'hi.- la ful-lowlng the instruotlona of his government."  "Trade in 'Shanghai l.s so paralyzed that the customs revenue will not suffice to secure the payment of the next Inatallmsnt of the foreign l^oan.  '^Meanwhile active prcpurationa in the ITang; Tae region for war arc now in  DIFFERENT STORY. ;  Said mirona Hikd to I^flrn-  klon Mensagvir to Qe» Ji«-»'^ of Mtnbt«»«.  TOKIO. Tuesday, Jwly 24.—A m««-•age received hare from Shangfaat yesterday makes the following assertion«: Yuan Shi Kal, grovirnor of Shan Tunn^ has riioelvM a Ifltter fromi Pekin  QUESTION OFVERACITY  Kempff States Boxers Are Us»-held by Govçrnment.  " GIVING HIM TiMg.  W llfïHskwfty lïoMn't R«IÌIIKI Srton rh«ii>ir"«  Win H« F^c'-errrd. KI.MtRA. July 1« probaM? that  wflien l>r. F'rank W. Uob«'rlson huc-rpcdis Z. n. ííror;kvvny as suporinicnd-ent of th'î Now York Btntc reformatory In this rtty that the trade» notioolpi, a hobby of Mr. Brorkway. will bo aban-  «ated July 18. declatlng that » SITUATION ÏÔ SÖT IMPEOVBP. '' feature nnd <>ondu..t-  tlon oourlar was «aptured by the Cht-  « «ftptU)  nme guards on Jtll^ 18 and that there* upon, General Tfung Lu petitioned th«' m „ ,, jp^o^en »hat the cuineBo thTond to employ the courier"»« a mcs-, aenger to communicate with the mln-latera.  ■ "This <7Ra carried out and a reply  was received that nil the mlnlater« wore Well and were unanimous In favoring the restoration of peace.  "An official of the Tsung-Ll-Yamon afterwardH visited the legation and In-torvlewed a minister, and It %vaa sub-  Perprtrntcfl Olgantin Prnnil Upon thn W« 11, AttUiKlflof VnU«<l titat«-» In Piosenk '1-fuuble Wltl B« Oreutly €liaDB«d.  îd wllhJn f.rdlnni-y working hours.  Thla ¡linn will Intorforo to con.slder-able extent with thp d.Tliy military dflll and the generai military features of the Inmtitutlon, alno pet »c-hemns of the pre.sent Hupcyintendent. That Is, the military feature will hfoom® seo-ondary f.«» the trad^^ii Rchoola.  A gentleman from lîuffalo who la near to Manager llowaj^d of the reformatory, In Mlmlra yc.«itrrítíiy  TROOPS ON THE SCENE  Race Rioters In New Orleans Cowed by Militia.  REOEOES DEIVÜH FEOM STBEETa  Otilbrsftb of lAwlMiR««» P«t» » Prufltlwfcl Stop to nualiiM« In \Vhol«Ml« Dta« tri«tii—FIvit flúii<tr«d Peilo* «mt l,n(«Ht»t« Soldlvr« Pr«i(«r«« Or«!«»,  NigW ORI^KANS, July 27.—Difiorder-  WASHINQTON, July 27.—There were and ho Knid that If Brockway'a rvslg- , , - «r •  . no developments yCBterday to warrant' nation is not forthcoming at the meet- ^^ «cene». following the rioting of Wed-80(suently decided to petition the em- the assumption that there has been the the board on Tuesday next, that J nesday. ProvaHod throughout tlie city  «apply Ulje  8llghle.st improvoment In the Chines, " prof^rrod nnd a ; ye.terday  , , , , . hrarlng net for un ear y unte. There In by rhe  «ftuation. indeod the g.nmd U-n-; ,, ,„en and I  d»?ncy of Blirh nows aa found llght wriH  to Hdd tn thM «lí.«fHly F»""^««?? doubt f^i,.,, (j.^.,  aet tí» tho good faitb of the Chlne.<ir by thítsf c-onnccted with the infititu-'  peror to fiupply Wjc tegatlon.q wJth food and «end them to Tien Tain,  "Yung Lu Is Haid to have great dlffl-culty In Intorvenlng between the foreign soirtlpr.s guarding the ponth Gioko  bridge and the Tongo troops on the ....... -, , , ....  nortli «ido. Fighting haa now ooa«^d, government as manifested in Us acts, j tion nn< nix. oughn to know  however."  TRIADS ARE RISING.  eigna of Mentftolug Acllvilyi n«linvoi) Attack Is to Made on tin» Shameeii.  HONG KONG. July 27.-~Th(! signs of niennr-lng artlvltj'on the part of the secret society known aa tho ■'Triadn" nre causing alarm.The Boxers are be lieved to br> an offsihot of the "Triads'  Admiral Rympff'ti letter given public. Ity by the navy department ynaterday made tho direct atatement that the Imporfnl mifhorltfcs were tn pympnthy with the BoxoiP, though ho added that the gnvprnmcnt wn.s afterward paralyzed and incapable of controlling tho riitu'-ilion. This waa the firflt ofll-clal declaration to reach our government contriulirtory of th«^ Ohine.sf^ «yp-resenlatlon« that tho imiierial govern-  Kti}>t'rinli>nil('nl Urockway refuso.'^ to aíTlrm fw licny itnything - aijaolutcly refuHcs to iMi i on tliu BUbJect to ugskb-paper men.  TOO MANY ORDERS.  St«®l mill Iro;i Milli» In ThU Country Too I'lo p rniis to Hh»t Dnwn. OHrCAfJO, July 27.—"lUg steel and h-un iiiillh tiiruuMlioul ihc cinintry are not g.ilnp to ohut down, for tlioy can't  whose ramifications are widcspreafl ment had «ioadfn«tly and from the lirist ^^i^ord't." thoy havt- too many ord-n; n,« ___I..onnnssoii thr» l?n!for mnvf'mi'nt nnrl nlir  MA.KQIU8 SALVAOO RAOQI. tltaly'« muiister in ftlting.}  progresa, not-for war against the robéis. but against foreign powers. Junk-loads of Chinóse .«îoldier.n and rtoxors disguised Í13 coolies are arriving her« . dally. The arsenal is full of armH and . Duppllea are constantly coming in.. The Nankin and Wu Chang garrisons are being constantly reinforced: and the viceroys aumit that they canner mufh fonger withstand tho pres-^iire l>roughl to bear by Sheng and Li Hung Chang upon them to join the forces wioh Prince Tuan.  "It la hoped that the arrival of Admiral Seymour here may Htiffen the backs of the southern viceroys and restore the security of the port.  "Two English missionary ladius, .Mi^s Wlilt-ehurch-Ttnd Mli?.^ Soarett (7) have been murdered a I ILsiaoi, in tho i)ro-vlnce of Shan Si. Massacres are also reported from Tai Yuan and Pao ring Fu." ■ . .....  TREACHERY OF CHINESE.  tmp«ri&t Troaplí..Iü. LcagifO WJth.Bqxors,-MftíiaíTíxl 'iOO Convoit<i ftt MilUdoii.„  ......LONDON,' July '27.--With, the roport  that the allies will, begin the advance upon Pekin in a fortniglit and in ^ view of Admiral Seymour's! visit of in-. apcctlon to the Yang Tse Kinng, th«' feeling Is that no groat time will einpso before matters assume a more deiinitc , shape.  There-}B -nn unconiiruied .Cbino.'io report that 60 Protest^^^^ mfaaionariii ' h béén ïnasaacred in Kl Yuan Fu and the vicinity.  The Shanghai corre.-spondent of The Dally Mall describing the aaxissacre  at Mukden, saya:_________  "The blBhop had armod '200 conv^lfT to defend the cathedral and a body of Chinese troops had been sent to defend tha converts, but the soldiers p/ere leagued with the Boxens- While the Christians were holding a service believing thcmBolvo« paf«» under the proteatlon of the troops, tho signal was Blven arid soldiers and Fioxers sur-rounied and set lire to the church, puttipg thç .escaping worshippers to the s%vord. The bishop was captured 'and taken to the viceroy'.'! yamen, wher® he was diabolically tortured and ûeoapltated; lïiH head now~ hung» in-front of the yamen." - The Dally Mail explains that the  .....ÇhUjegie employes or tho Brilisli iega-  Hon,who according to its advices yesterday, escaped from Pekin to Niu  ----Chwftngrand rsportf.d there that when  he laft Eekla most «>!' thf .mombfrs' of the legations wor« doad an-l tho cotidi-  ' lion of thfr otherfr hopeless,.dld not-aotually leave Pekin until July 8, and this goes to show, if his statement is to bo relied upon, that a general rnas-sacre had not ocouriod on July G. as liBCi bit«B rcpfrtv.d.  The Ruaslana inilicted another seri-, <í<íí««>-.t tho- CíUníü:«.-jit Eort  .....w -Eciio on July 23. From Kobe tiomea a  .jreport tliat olïrht faattelionfl of Russians Jtiavs Éeen.^opmpfljed _to leave yiadlvostoçk and Tien Tsin on ac-  throughout the nouthorn provinces ol China. The organization is distinctly anti-foreign amd antl-Manchu; and members of Canton troops an* on-rolled in its ranks.  A report is current in Canton thtu the "Triads" are prei;)aring for a night attack ofi the Slftmoen, and fhat the firflt fiign will bo the absconding of native servants. The greatest approhon slon prevails, although at present Can ton Is nuiet.  Many "Triads" have been arre.stod at Hong Kong during the last few months A Chinaman who was arrested on July 8 on ohftrge or carrying anas was bt-day conwnitted for trial on charge of being a member of the "Triads." TIk evidence showed he has held rank ol second in command in the organization In the two. Kwanga, with headciuarters at Sai Kung, a new territory, where he had iieen active In enrolling members. His iirre.st tiierofore is of the'greatest importance. The insignia found upon his person imlude tiie highoat di^grces,  " 'Tou converts have involved the barbarians in this calamity. We Ioo < upon you as rebels,-and soon youi doom will overtalie you. Unhappy is your condition, for ail men hate and desjiise you. Great is your distress. Your hands hang helple.ss by your sides. Despair has seized your minds. Death alone will relieve you. By following the doctrines of these renegades ntid fnroigntMH j'^ou have forfeited your rights as men. We warn you at once to (ly to S'ife hiding wlii!» yf^r  there l.s opportunity.' "  oppo-sod tho Hoxer movement and our government Í3 bound to iicci-pt tlic word of Its own olttcer until that Is overcome by Irrefutaliie proof.  Then the oxchangen that are In constant prffgri'S.i between tho power« are tending more and more to cast suspicion upon the genuineness of the many communications that have como from Pekin through f"hiñese governmental sources.  If It should be finally ofitablished that there h;"^ boon fin attornnt on their part to practico a gigantic fraud upon tho Vv-orid, tho fact may ciOl ^ for « change of attitude, on tho part of the United States government toward China. This would not affei t tho military policy already under way, but merely the technlr-al relations between the two governments, which probably would closely approximate a state of formal war. I  The navy department yesterday contributed a brief news item In the shape of a vindication by Admiral Ilemey of the United States marines from the general charge of looting at Tien Tsin. The admiral had a good deal more than this to rcoort to the navy de-1 partment. init the otTlcials did not re-Í gard tilo rfsl of his report as proper j for publication just now. i  General Miles and General nufllng-j ton were again in consultation, though j separately, with Secretary Root yes-j terday and tht- suppo.sition is that tho Cliiiie.si- eitinpaign v/a« " under con.<íld-' eratlon. :'  im hand" was tho stiUenionf "nia^lo by E. M. Cary. president of tho Federal Steol conipany, ju.'it previous to the meeting ot tin- presidents of the larf;«' steel companies ye.sterday.  "I have not' hoard of the proposition to close all tlie mills of the country for a moni'ij. If such n. proi>ositlon has been nifide it n<'.vor, come front the manufac-turers. 1 will say positively that none of the Foderal Steel eompany'.'s mills other than those whi<di are already eI(^sed will be wltul dovvn. As i r'.iy, (Jk-times <ir" too prosperous and the inill'i cannot afTord to el(»se.  "The tiieel men are meeting here just as the railroad presidents moot to discuss rates i;o that fair scheduies for roads and patrons may be obtained."  yesterday and resulted In the awearing mayor of »«o fipeelal pi>ll<'.c-mcn nnd the ordering out of l,f)tV» of tlie state militia.  <iovornor Heard responding promptly to the appe.'il of Mayor Capdsvielle for aBfti,«itance in suppressing the existing lawloB-'Uiesri and in iproventlng la.'it nigbt a recurrence of the violence of Wednesday night.  Throughout the day attacks wuro made by irresponsible mobs of vvhltos apon the black.'». iJefoie nightfall the ■legroes liad been offectunliy cha!!>>d fniin tlie streets.  Tho off Oct of the disorders was to put a practical stop to businoi3.«i In the Wiiol^snU- (1ln(ri<'ts and on the levt-o  front.  A Humniary of the casualties gnnving out of tho disturhanees Wednopduy night und yesterday show that one negro was Itcaton to d. atli, ■••ilx v.'cro so badly injiired tliat tluir lives aro dls-palred of, and about .a soorc of people, white and black. mal+' and femal", have bet>?i more or ic.'^'i r>erioui(ly wcnnided.  At midnight tho «'Ity wafj unusually quiet. Thero Is a report that Cl^ar!e^», th»' negro nuirderer, liaa been cauglit. The authui iti» fi <ti«- determined to pre vent a lynching.  SUQtgSSFÜL test.  - I9 m tMmtt'  pnuLjmm^mA, j^ily tir-^m^mm VanderMlt, Jr., fnad«r »tti  Qt%[(tr and, it is «Siád, «itá^oeuful t«i£ ot  Mnawtti  COLDLY RECEIVED.  «•««r««'* T^rhflt «1 rhfcatfe, Ifatttbly CwHv . f M »»y l.nmtni Vii«»».  LONDON. "July arrival it  London oí Charirn T. Y< rk«« of <?hl(>aifii on an alleged mi.'«i?i(fn to sçoiu»' contro  of the ele. iric tramway aystem of i/i^^.jU^Himîoiîaioth'^e fi^é bo*. Tecently Inveat-HîetropolH led to gon«lderahli»  newspaper rrUlcIsm. The Star calt.'j Mr Yerke.q "The man who own» a li&.OOO,-000 monopoly In Chic.igo atid wants tf. ruh ploetric cars here." and proceodi«:  "Chapt< ra. of Mr. Rtead'f» b^i'-.k ai Ohlcago are dtvoted <o i<torchldg criU-^ clsnw of iMr. YerUe?«' sîrei't r.ïJlvvsys and Mr. Yerkea a« a ta* dodg«r." ,  The Express eonvments: '  "It is »aid that "Haron" Yerke«, aj Ch5cagY)anft call him, has sold the or part of his interests in the ITnltec átate» and bringing fifty million dollars to this country in hard cash. Whaî will he do with It? Qosiaips say he it going to make a great bid f')r tramway and railway conce-sRion» In London that iif itHetids to link, up ail mean^ of piiT»pen«er tianspori In the Mdropo-Us as he haa done In Chicago and real-lEc unothfi mighty foiiurn. UUiiio^ nays he ti;tn-r!ed €10,000 b.ïforc the aa-toaißhod and indignant gaze of cartalr of our hone-^t country and commoJB ctiunciihirfi."  RUSHED THE STOCKADES.  Col. Wlllrock«' Tore« Cant tiro« Astiatiti War rwmp nt Koit-sru.  nKIvWAl. Ashantl. July 2.—Cpione! Moiida.nd. under instructloiui from i'olonel SVIh'oeks, with a force of Infantry and five guns, attacked a largì war camp at Knkofu. With a brìi-Hunt « liaig»' the stfH'kades wbre ruahe<S before tiie enemy had time to occupy them and then-fore thev were forced to evacuate tiie town.  A iargi' ¡imount of arms and ammunition was captured. The town . tvat then raxed, thus romoving an Important obstacle on Colonel Wlllcocks' Hank.  Itntnnd n, Bf«linea**• App?®!. NEW YORK, Jtily 27.—<3eorge Gordon Battle, counsel for Roland B. &fol-j ineux, convicted of the murder of Mrs. 'ivate'j, Adams, appeared before Re-j corder Cioff yesterday with the papers in the icose ready to go to tho court of j appeals niter receiving tho recorder's Filipino liLurgootf, In Muidnimo Aron,« ' si-,nature. 'i'lie rourt <^f appeals con-  OPERATIONS RESUMED.  Trom Thitlr ^»uletiulc.  Hospital I or Our Soldtor» In China.  WASHiN'GTON, July 27.-~Surg.'on General Sternberg has made every arrangement for tlie care of i"he sick and wounded suldit-rs on Chinese soil. Provision has bof'n uiaiie by the <iuartor-master'« department for tlie immediate transportation of an abundance ol! medical .=;tores and supj^iies. .Major Van 11. ^heni bcnng in a single houfio. Floff, surgeon, has been charged with the establisilmient and care of a h<i.-ii>i-  venes in October. Lawyer Battle wants  . . . ^ , . , > i«> f^ot tiie case before tho tir.st of the  MANILA July 27.---At Oroquieta, in it  Northern Mindanao, two soldiers en- ■ the recorder would forego  tered a native store for the purpose of vacation and give .all hla time "to  buying food. Uhlle there one of them ; .„n^id-ration of the appeal, was killed by a bolo and his* head sev- ! ered from his body. The other escaj» d ! and gave . the alarm. ;  appeal. BÎAKKEX SEFORT.  ed by liim.  Mr. Vanderbllt arrived Wedn««' day nlft^t and early yesterday zi^nlnf Wiint to EiUdwin'» lomXGMlS'r« .WmHU and aucompanSed by Vauclculn of i^idiwin'«. M went to a UoJon pAclfit locomotive aVumonM Pair Mount Park on the -Phllad« St. lloadliig railroad.  ■ Mr.'VawderWlt «At with the «nffin««f and 'Mr. Vauclaln with the ilr&m«,n. ttrt t««t laatei «n hour and the «itj^a« i»» «moothly for th»i time, the bcAlir Hold*-Ing «t«am without a tratce of kxMl.or weakness., _  REBELS SURRInDER.  Ciolamblft« li«vottttl«a In th« pMMiaui I>«p«rtm«ii« Broti«bt to « Ct«*«,  PAN AIM A, via <lalv«3ton. July «7.— The revolutionary, forces In the depart» xntnt of pJinamo hav« «urrendored.  Knfvt ft Wm KnáfíA^ YORK. July 27.-Cons«l cral I.^,pli!oh} of th» B"p«bile of iiol-umblR, when  day, said of the revolution In "1 think it is uv»r. '"Right toundre^ government troopa met l,20d Insuxvtnt« and either killed or wounde<l im «rf them. Relnforeeraenl® from Vtie (ffov-ernment ertme just then, <i^:uc-ral Campes bringing l.fOO addition*! troOp«-TBier« wa«i nofhing elf* to do and th« In-fíürgents Just lastd down tftpsr arma and .«iurrondwed."  Si>c®<Jy Trial For C&ntkl Tsaajp«rerK.  UTtCA, N. Y.. July 27.-fSuperIn-, tendent E'arlxidge of thr stste department of pubik' works J.«i anx:lous' to have rhe trials of the men charg^ with causing the breaks In tlie Forest-port feeder of the Black lUver canal entailing an expense to the atate qÍ nearly $l(t0.0f'0. tried before the e3ri>tr4ai-flon of hl3 term of ofRre and arranEe-ments have been niad<' wihereby tb«»y will taken up at the November ,.// v; term and dispn.ifd of as rapidly as pos- J .y\,  ià  /  Xa  I  »Iblè. Throe of those tried are serving terms in Auburn pHsofi.  Iloyt Mtiat Commiited.^  now.  ■/I : >  /  A company of tho Fortieth infantry stationed at Ca gayan rej'aired to Or-oquieta and killed SO natives. 30 of  Now ^ork Money Market.  NKW YORK. July 20. Monoy on c.ill, i'A P-r cent. I'lUuf niercanttic ¡lapor, i'lH^ic poi Cfni.  .Sterling Kxchnagf. Actual buKinc.s's tn  HARTFOHD, Conn., July 11. Hoyt, the famous playwrigh^t'y'e peared before Judge Freeman Wisifcf/rr / / day to oppose an application p^txiii-' ting him to the retrvat for tlii^- - ' / ',  In this city. Mr. Hoyt adm/t;:eA'>1s/ /y' condition wa.-? au<'h that n^s^ied / rest and attention, but he ^S^'Xi^iK^Mxi^'/ he should be confine^ in Judge Freeman ordered fAiit/lm be committed until h? «¡foit^iifi from hla preaent troa^^©/ /^v/'/VV'/'/  mfm^M / /  '/ /C/  ..-rn-f"-  BEAUMfiNT. teifiJmi^lP-T^K S0tJt&-  !iotitt>«rn racjí  CONVERTS THREATENED. speoi«i  luilnmiiiatory IMucaids About Canton Warn Thoni To Tako I'llght. I.ONDON, May liT.—Tho Canton cor-ro^pondont of The Daily Telegraph in a dispatch Wednesday says:  "There are d.aily arre.sts of Boxers nnd smugglera cauKht loaded with arms and ammunition. Executlonf-quickly follow, but the rowdy element remains practically undi.smayed. In the country districts the people are more threatening and bolder thiin in the city. There ijillammatory placards^ are freely posted, such as the following:  I'ontnl Service Tor .»îoldlorh la Chi..ti, W^VSIIINOTON, July 27.~Thi.'? gov-•»rnniont luts arranged to provide tlie ATlTerltfifi .»nfrHi-rs In the field in Chlnii with a regular postal service similar to that in op.'rijtloii duiiin; tlx- iîi)au-Ish war. .Mail should be plainly marKed with the regiment nnd company.  Sul)s<'MUontly th«' gunboat Callao,  commande-l l,y Lieutenant George H. ^ ¡.toriing Actual business tn' ....."Tl^^TT .....  Bradtduiw, .';hellf>d Uroquieta. burning' b.in!<rt--i- iillls ¡a l-t «T^i for .bMOHtid; $4 «ìì'i ern Pacific i,rt.fsensfe,i>.tra/ì)iJispij^is WKick-..... - - . - ..sp^if _ ed ne.ar thi.s city  the \%arelu)use.s. killed. A force of tin  On<- of tlie crew wan i for ■^ixty li.tv-:; ii,.3tf,¡ rntes t..'r.m)mt rci'ij hiHiL Bllver certillcaU'B.  IJar siKvr, TOlir.- ......  .Mi.'Xie;i)i dnlJrir.s, -iSc.  oni.-my. eatiinated to  ROCKHILL READY. t  Coininl^slonor to China Will .Stiirt Iinnictllatoly. ' WASHINGTON, July 27. — Special; Cotnmissioner Uot:kilill will leave |  Washington Siiturday witii Mrs. • —-----------  liockhill for San Francisco, stopping, Kcanlts «r r.um«» i-layo.l Vtisti-i-,l«y 1» a day or two in Chicago en route. Diu.i t^ni ».«.»»»un».  This will enable him to reach San At Kansas f^ity— R.ll.K.  Francisco in time to tak.- the Japanese Kansas Ciiy.. 1 (» 0 2 0 0 o ;i s ll -I liner America-Maru, which sails foi Indian.ipoli:; . 'i i o 0 n I— 7 1'2 4  BASE BALL NEWS.  number 500, under tho ioadership of j Alvar<>K, formerly Hio insurgent iiresi- 1 dent o]i" Yanibranaga, !.•< now per.sist- | ingiy tri>ub!ing Ntn'tht-ni Mindanao. j A marine at the outpoHt of isabela <ie ' IJasilan was boloed by natives and s-o badly wt>uudod tiuit he died. Isaboln is ! tranquil. 1  Yokohama and Nagasalci on the .'id of August. If Secretary Hay returns to Washington today, as is expected, Mr. Reckhiil will have a linai conference . with him before leaving for China.  It will not 1)0 necessary for him  Rattcrioi-;--Cît'ar und '.¡(»ndiníí; P.arnes and I'owers.  At .Milwaukee— U.H.i:.  Milwauk.'i- ... 0 0 0 Ö 0 0 0 0-- 2 G lì  Buffalo ...... 2 Ü t) fw> 0 Ü 0 1-- ;i C, 2  Batteri.;; Wad.ifJl .iiid 1)íííí.;)!I.M: Foreman ami Sclirec'-:. "At Chicago— • K.Ì1.K.  0 1 9 1» ß  New York Froduoe Market.  FLOUn—Wlnter patcnts. win-  ler :!;.r.i!ght.N, wliuer extras,  ji.7iVfi;i.iMi; wiiitfT lon- graUeiJ, |2.4Oì®2.7,0; Mir.m Siila putcntii, Sl.ló-S-i.Su; Mlnneautu bakér.s', $2.!l<Vit'3.25. HCfK\VIii;:AT- f=i»ic.-c.:.f. Nevf Torti.  __COliN'.MI.:Af.—Veliow Wtatern, Oiic; city  1 l.)raii<'y->vùie'i Ì2.6u'/).2.'(ì.  f^omplniiit Slnde Tliiit ICailruaUfi Ilo IVot j wp].'\'r v.i " ri ti ^i'ic f <i h aiì it  Gtve .luat li.Ue to Dtiinocrats. i No. 1 imrtln iti DuUuh. S»'')»;; f. o. b. ailoat.  IXUIAN.U'oLl.S. ind., Joly 27.-,Ijì- j - ' f-" i--  quiry yosieniay of Chainn in M.irtìii of the Democraiic state commilte ii:» tu  BRYAN MAY NOT BE THERE.  i whether Mr. Hrynn will í'poak îierc the evening of his notitîcation brought a surprising ie{>ly, The eiiairrnan exclaimed :  "It dot'sn't l.ioh right now a? if Mr. Bry:in will be lien-. It ilv>i;-n'l lo.di atî If the notlticatioii would be held here at; all."  ■c>.\')5 N." J.--T'.r; N  i tr.ick laixi'i VrcMorn, 27V/a-li'-so; I white,  track  sengorj;—one mari ^d '%yfp were badly  down an emb.-iixk^jit; /'' Fuel For WX^kt ^n  vaT.T-FJO. ^ai 'Jtlly 27.—0£^er.-s have been Marc yiaiid,  nav: colliers  them to depart ^ ' with fuel iot/the«ei)L'etq,tlon<i^' fhere.  Admlrst Si^TOWTir Vf\ Sha^BliiO. SHANGlCllj 'Juiy i^r,—Ad4ijral Seymour has et;Tlved h-eVo an/i ha/j In conaultalfoit» the fcritish coa-  Bul rce&v^lxi«,' iifd ibltuatlc^ti.  m' ' '  H.H.K,  "I mean that unless r.iilroa.is glv.- u^ term? tliat are just, tiiis no'Liiicatl.tn  " 'We are children of sages, are faith- , again to sec I'resldent McKlnUiy. He .........  tUiiU.as. wpU „lijii, riii:elvyd.. the fuilost iustructloua rhVgf'o'"" 0 2 0 140  doe-s it. come to pass then that any oi • from the" i-resident 'iilready.'''''Ifn 'tVevelan'r V.T. o :]'3 "rt'O"!)'O'O i-'<r"lVr ■'}''■ '  U3 can so far forget himself as to be-; Rockhili ai)poars to believe that hit Battories.....Utilizer, Katoli and Sug-,  come the proselyte of a barbarian'.^ : task has been made much more diitl- jprr Brargin-^ and Si>i".M -rcUgiun? :iVnH of: thousaiul.of. naliVt-i ■f.nlt--.by. lhe..developmt?rtt-s of tht las'" ■ Mifne-ar^'ii^--converts have been killed in North | day^or two. particul.irly tho.se indicat China aiHl their houiu-s'atid'iHis.qe.s.si.Mii-" ii,^. the gradttal'<IHi'rmg of China destroj'od. Because - of this all the' a regularly estabiished sfufe of  countries of (he world have sent sol-: with tho iiowers. H<> is chary about i.-h,-!- -,,„1 m,, mu-t.-r  diers to Tien Tsin to protect the con-j-aeceptiuir. wlthouL full . coufirmatlou. _ ' ' . __1  verts. This they have failed......to do.! any advice.'? as "to the situation at Pe-  Tho mission churches, the foreit;n cor- ; Jcin. that pass through the hands of the suls and all tiie biirbarian troops have j notorious viceroy at. Shan Tung, Yuan been slaughtered just as you kill chick- . Shih Kai. wlio Is well known to him. ena and .dogs,. _____. . . . . _ . _ i Yuan was th» Chinese government'."  jr Ts.iurt)  Tu;j7fn-, c-'ioil to I'hiiicc  Minma.M.li^ .. n n m n fl 0 0 0-- 1 7 '  ■ Detroit.........-■o ivo-l-e vo o i- é of l,,,liana, Vh- r.,^\■  and Jackiitseh;!'"'^:^^-" ........  Xntfomtl I.nrvgv)«. All' A\íili4)nal League games postponed on account of'rain.  WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER.  Escaped Priest Tells of Ilorrtblo Mnssa- |  ^^^^^ _______1  LONDON Julv 27. — The Hong | Kong correspondent of The DoTIy 'Ex-i preKi! wires as follows, under-yeK^er-i  day'« date: .........  "An Italian priest has juat arrived here from Hen Sion Fu. in Southern Hu An, Where the Italian bishop and  I^Ai'.'iUmtrea&rZ  Montreal ..... 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0— 2 i) 0  Worcester ....0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0— 1.7 0 Batt\^ries— Mv^Farian and Phelps;  Magee Hn<i Kittredge...........  Coloiitil Moade Will lletiirn. Second game— ll.H.E.  WASHlN-aTOM, July 27—Tho fact .Montre;il 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0— 1, 6 3  tihat Colonel Meade who In com- Worcester .... 0 » 0 ii « «"(( 0 2 .'U a  inand o£ the marines ut Taku, liar, been Batterk'S-iToas und Pheip»; Khibe-  representaUve in Korea in tiiq period just pivee<ling the Chino-Japanese war and it is said hero that he was the one ofllcial directly re.sponsible foi that war. - — ....... ' -  mittees u]) for years .»nd they are :tf liie . .-„niio old ?;anie But, I pr-mi-;-that unless better tenn<" are ni.ido trian those oiïerod, the notlfl<'ation mooting here wifi bo declaied off. "  invalided home on account-of rheumat- danz and Kittredge.  ism has created no surprise among his At Toronto— _.......1^11.10.  throe prieat.s have been ma.'^sacred after comrades of the navy who knov.i-h»m Toronto 2,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 2 7 3  beat. W^hllc a man of indomitable wiHV' Hartford . ,0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0—.6 JO 1  revolting torture. .This took place on July 4. Six- hundred cMjnvcrts were massacred after t'he woiuen had been  subjected ' to , bidoouii^ brutaliihis......-S-iir-'  other priests _fied ..ta, the......hills, where  they \vere prob.alily killed. The priest who escaped had a perilous journey to Hong Kong. H«;4iil in a coffln on board a river boat for seventeen duvs."  ENGLAND JIM_^RTU NED.  lieeoivod Appeal For ?(Ie<llatlon Mnillar 't€> Oito fi«ttt United States.  LijNl)i>!i, July 27.—L.i^t .Siturdiy the <'-hinef?e minWtor, Sir Cklli ChotL Lo Feng Luh handed the foreign otllce a long telegram purporting to come from Emperor Kwang «u, soliciting Great Britain's good offices to bring about peace In terms aimiiar to tliti appeals addiessed to Ptesident McKinley »»id Fittsldf-iii Lo^bet.  Thun fai tht. government lias not u-plled, a.s It Is felt that. Iti the prc«;ent artonialoviS cireumBtanceis, the pjectse ojrurin.oi the iele>riam is doubtful.  Colonel îMeade's vitality Itas been-below f^: --liattsrieH^^ Mttier  par and^it 4iaï4 bcoh; an aimosj^ con-! and Stoelman.  "stant struggte^Tor^him to perform his duties; Colonel Meade has boon tha ranking murine ofllcer ut the ciivitc naval station .since 41.«! eatabll<ihmeju. His departure from Taku will leave Lieutenant Colonel Coolidge of the Ninth infantry in command of tha ATneritniiv-latui, forcva until tilie arrival of General Chaffee.  .Colonel jtte^ to Coiumunci the Ninth.  WASHINGTON, July '^7. — r'nlnnel Charle,-? F, Uobe. formeily Heutenanl colonej^__of the Seventeenth Infantry who siiCKeecTèjd'fo tlii-.  Ninth infantry on ^he deatb of Colonel 13. H. Idscum. while gallnntiy leading hiy forces at Tien T.«?In, has been ordered lo procetid at onei» to Chiuji for thé pvupoio ol assuming command ut he^ regiment, i'oionfl Htjbt» hit'' lu i n on active hold duty with his jogUncnt in the Philippines fot months  dU! 1*4 i-M-iiilU, aridtting  ' transportalioii to Taku.  At Syracuse— R.H.E.  Syracuse . 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 it » O 1— 3 7 1 Piuvld'ce . 1 0 0 0 it I 0 0 0 0 0— 2 8 2 Batteries—Wiltse and Smink; Braun and-McAjuiey:..  Second game ' li.H.E.  Syracuse - o 0 o 0 0 0 0 I 1 O— 2 7 1  Providence . 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1...... a I) 3  Buttorios-Alti ol k aJid .Me-'^.'-'et t, K\.ins and Le.ihy.  At Roch.'ster- R.H.E.  lioche.'iter . 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 7 IL : Kpringtiold . 0 on t>-o 2 0—<> iL Imttei ie.. - i'.^miii'ui iridT.ift, Moif.  andjiixori. ____________  state TL^aKiiv^ ....... .......—  At Cortland—Cortland,. 3; Aibany, S At ."".ortland - e'ortiand, 7; Albany 2 At Uitica-Uticu. 10: .Schnectady. 4.  At BinghHuUon ...... Hlnghamton. 2  Troy. 1.  At Binghamton - Klftghnmtem, t _ At llojne - KOin^V Xk  Klotohcrn to Ko{>or(. iit IntWnnnpoMa.  - CHIC.KUV July 27.~Il is announced that the-ont--4vHn4lncd.. men composing the two cóìtntiltlewr to notify the candidaloii for president and vice piesideiu nominated by tlie Kansas City convention wili moot ul the Grand iuUel, Indianapolis, Aug. 8. the dale ai>piitnTod for thcf-notification.  SOUNDS LIKE FICTION.  I'l >mv.....r\iniiiy.  IlAV......Siilpping.  IU"l'ri;K-rn \iii. ly exu.i 17';:(k , factory, t¡íii;>-'4('; uaiüuion enaiuerv. 15  !■ >iu'> î.irh^. v,!(í PVic; f'tn-. '•m.ii', íciiorid, í,,incy. sniall  Whlíe, (¡üitC. EGv;? í'-iit-- n.r.rí Pcmuji P.Mni:'. l-5;íi7e  «■.•»tmi, iïi>l.i'-fc. . - i.  Bufißlo Protrision Market.,  BCKFALO, July Ci V\ÍJJ:.\T-X- } noiîh^rn ÍO'-.v . vUnttr wîu.iî. No 2 T.-ct. < - VtlilL-. , No J iUlXi,d  '/' M». I.ï-ye»,  One ní.Vy lij;!!,^*» hií iì\i.yjc;m h  tig ' mm I  in tvro î®aô  yet tîi/'i í'3per fei/v»"ar new.s. A  young ' mAi)'/ }jTi ¡3!!ííl;uíd, wa» ,  rrushei.ì t /.i wsiSl by tiie tali tVi a  cuf— ojf I.'»/i^^iiiug lou. He w'alk-v  ed. t^' jSii'i of two jfiie'i, t( « hospital, wheníjfííjsf f^jiled í!Ítn>,-'-í fuiire-Üpón.'ésaníinuiíoij-'u w.'s-t fonnd tfeat bis l^v-T/.ÏWiî Uti\i'áncf'ás it.waa (■ut oil ^üh íjín^'/íien-t<|i =;o\v the | ÍKV« to-.'^lecided to gather up the ytid ' put tb' Di üil îï'ûutlii'J'. pnc)ïiiii|î,','t),lx'tu Vi vîif io.iofoî'Sîi iraiiío, ■o? v.hioU werl- iti-!orled. SaJfWíi.  .terí,(Si.i,^fl',tfiJee'u d tlíi.k iiieanwltile ínít the con!, ■vchi-V/V>^ÍÍ«/eji'r.r« tlié eifí uUtion. ' <>"j the .M^COniJ; (Íats'fi.rti'í T,he .-.peraíi./n the pa-  -N'o Ï y.-;! -w. .No.  J12-14C. ■■■ ■ ■ ; ■  Fï.r>T-H l~i>i!i:!, -.VÍK^.U tsest p.itCRt, per ,, ^ - \; ' 1 \ , , ^ -, ;  bhi. ÎI.--.-H73, iow gradCí, gra- tJt'tnt upXand A'-Ked for papcns ^'Stlj;  ham, ííc-; tV w^r'new>..\.\i Ulte eud ef a v,eeldtlse  elr'lhe,,'li!i;.ii:iy the imitili;  1:. l'I. l'ii.i,"!' '.'•••Lrti fx',:,"  tjt( .in.l 1\anU cream-  Lr>. ì'i'^.i , d-ilry ixtia .-lati-, ì-c, w<.--tcru  extra.-- ìb^e. - ............-................ ,....................  CJIICICSIO- l'\nKy luli or^uin T;Tír-ren-i«.t.;í4.:-...........i  Eii^i^ - i>r,iu jr»Mh. Ut., W». ^itrTTi,--^VuïATui;.S-N,-w, fan.'y. por bbl, |l C-jì AI^ 1,  ul two Vnoiitbs iaft-' il! S«.eilt io the coa-vale-Kjeiift, liijDie ,¡3/,ft -oj.ij nftiT w a.S dìli-  p1i®rgHÌ,,ìe<iKini: fi»í ami strong, with the tvailîsiij -ieciireh lt<fai>d.  An-t»orltlM DUcovor Tunnel MiiUt l?ud®r I'riison to lleftcuo Prl«one^.  .....prTTBKTntn'"Jiily ^7^~The' fC"est«^rn  Penitentiary aiithorities hiiviv fdiscoV' ered, through accident; a plot to release jH'isonerH confined In the Western peniieiilbu y lu Allegheny, by tunneling into (he institution, chielly with a view of liberating Alexander Berk-man. thti^ anarchist, who .shot H. C, Frick during the HomciHead strike In  Tl'e tunnel extended from a desert<Ml house Sterling .street and a d53-_  tance of over" 200 ft^ct, IGQ feet bi;iii;tr insui" the prison wail, Tho houi'o wjs, reei iitly sold to New York parlie:-^ ;ir.V" i^mall-paynu-nL-had been niade on^ uceoiint. ■  ForKVi'"!'!!)»««®»!;"-"; MIDDLETOWN. N. Y.. July 27.~The .alleged forger who hsia been operating In thj'. cit'i .ind thiou(rhout the coun-tiv nrid'-i th^ nui I of a Puiluiisn i ir t,endu( ioi. find  \v iff hTtalij' irj-fst-  ICd" at "Pateison, N J bus been identified ,1'- John W H-nrd of Poughki-cp-, Rid^ iOKffifrLly Li^'lrOiUt biakt-nuui.  1.75.  Eadt BuíMlo Live Stock Market. '  1 VTTi.i. r.:..: . o-r ^.i«, S". S.-', hw. Ì ; J '.ho. i. hirpu'e 'n.-r»?  SV», , .. I-- I M-Î Í Íí  4'jo. we-vern btrtiuitd s, < ere, corn-fed,  ciiíiii i -in..o.r. f,h ík'jXcjs  $í75'íj'7vi, Luiuuion. oki to lor oft.-,. 52 «»J üiJ7,.: g'",,,! biuchtr buìi>,  bHi-i.l ."iiM> l.AMU; t ' i-ÎKiCô U) f.un \ '(KcìmT .^ìi.ri'nr5 t.'i, fa'.! ì^- k- od,  (U'i!- .mJ e^mniMìi, Siki^tCiO; woïh. tr thne. ?! 7.'i. f;>«>a fo c-xtia, Si.Ciíá .4 00, i.iinoiji; lu iair, 51 "-.'^j-ì  HoKfi .\ti\t.l pi'Koì.s" il eo, yü.1%1. ¡iimc-, s." ru»; <, íkiict aiul «pvv.iid, Î; î'''<.'j 53.  « ^UICK A»b'î|uRC CURE FOR  SitKÌiHEADACHE  '§}.' , Dizzin  il  f-ÌA  jtlit itU'lii V iw-tnrivn (.-le- lopotm-ennr«  he.ny ^vStrm 'Vfou- .»ire ìì-; f. ■ • ìu't <•. .sftrit-i, N'íí'voi.f.Stn'-.'- lH'î aU •^tíini.u.i i i .«r-ai,I lío uri  ; Vroubli'è. l-'U'wc TO CENTS, Tablets), liy mjl'Äjfpr íiU! ciat M-hs^.s,  SIITI! Ä' mm  Malaria  ÜRIPPE  ; ic- 'tíve-.K-tx,-*-, cjçar the í.!!»o ttic enti«  Btsíifr,lo Haj Market. 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