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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 14, 1900, Wellsville, New York NO. 216 14 1900 WAS at Tien EIBE TEE Will IM state 4partRtent no In of and for In China at the Japanese port That 3,000 Chinese Were The point in that the of a in this fashion would M a tion ot International ft act China in the of a of. declared by the hero to bo a the Ma been freely availing of Nagasaki as a point and a port reat ever the end of the war with Spain and the government having made objection so Ib scarcely likely to make a protest Itself or to entertain one from any other nation under present conditions officials here expect that Marshall will accompany the Japanese expedition about to sail CliMB Will Stay at Canton When wm Try of USE In Front Ranks Wear Uniforms Like WORKED July 14.The scanty cable dispatches received today add nothing to the in London of the Chinese is stated positively from Canton Li will there until the allied troops have defeated Prince forces and will then go north to lend hia powerful nld In arranging terms of with Prince Lu and the other For the present Li Hung Chang that ho can beat control and direct the viceroys from Canton and keep in check the turbulent province of Kwang the and have evacuated and have at Large of ijt Wen and lib alao badges and Tien Toln correspondent of The under date of July 9, that the Chinese are daily driving in the 1 Kek Many and Total at TOTAL of July 1.Lord Roberts has nothing further iho Nek that the lost half of their Including The rank of Marshall probably superior to that of any who was wounded and military or In taken continue to Under the Japanese system the rutik arrive at the but few further of Marahall with nf cnn marhsal in the The fought stubbornly a result of the war whm the cavalry turned their to by but Talk an has been I July 14.-A heated was In the third Report on of the Young union oi the church by the of a resolution tlm The resolution on the of the union their to municipal and that would prohibit the manufacture and sale of intoxicating as a F. Perkins of protested that the resolution a restraint on the liberty of individual A. of an Impassioned speech of the It was by a of 2G. , YORK. July recommendation looking to a with the national organization trade review tiade is of the whole Universal church the were adopted to of improvement in are have an annual offering for apparently becoming Uy what is known the publication of the July fund for divinity students an - as to the situation in USE nt has led to the belief that the In 1C Poi tlin uf were created by Japan who made the remarkable march Into China from tho who entered China further south and Port and the honor the first to an Important triumph on Chinese soil Yamagata In now prime is report of the engagement places the British at over 200. the mentioned in Lord men In the front mnk of tho Boors khaki uniforms and and the dragoons thom under the that they were 4Hr With 1 July 14.The mu, t. weavers in the of out m control of the employment of has proven and Thursday evening In the other reported this and the cotton an wont to as usual the Raw lu ' at July 14.Tlio with the stalf of C. Nugent and of of city t Abram O. Bi and | of Realty of C. Knot he and W. L. of and J. O. of North nf of tlir 11. uf iv d ati o-n thp Illinois ay of at hin of a trail uf i. werf and the J to i Murray of r. as the available one of this until the or a firo the beyond middle 'a within four - -ian and has tho reputation uf an He te a be- who have escaped never in Kroonstad report that General force of 10,000 with ten to enter thO Ux at 1 tho weavera Is to U. hTs and then - carry the by Tlie i made a company has the department that battleship ' ' will ba in to leave yard for acceptance trial oit 14th proximo for the usa dry dock No. 3 at the navy yard ' 19th for the use of the dock will bti ' and the trial of be made soon after as trial will takf oft Cape bama will be required to An ' ' average of A of four to July 14.~Ths delay In arrival of Wt i necessitates kt the elaborate program for the Sunday i In the meantime i from United states Among the 1 leaders In were J. H. Rev. Robert and Rev. Herbert J. White of the States and Rev. T. W. Wilson July 14.At the armr it uputi the arrival of the United States port and Sedgwick from ' ba and Porto about July 22:, will be doubled back to brinit In The McPhenson will fetch the remaining battalion of infantry from Santiago and the will bring home troops from Juan and Chinese to to nt July 14.The Chinese from Bethlehem by Generals Clements and have taken up a strong positi fifteen miles to the in the around eventually drove the party off. Then the mob the windows of the mill facing on the Two or three people were one woman quite There Is during tho summer has upon by tho river print cloth A rather tone is noted in he at New York with symptoms of demand for 14.The ( Steyn is reported to hundred by ' In have here has to M with Tho mayor was called upon rather freer of at the minister of foreign affairs ' an Imperial doted June case of the Boera wearing khaki iM have this M. Delcasse has thai the Chinese government had to communicate with Its a picket of men of the abroad it ought to Light eighteen of whom antee communications between for- killed or powers and their nt and he has therefore the Chinese minister to transmit a - telegram to M. the French minister to police but to ' some and the of the any in hut the show little OF REBEL at bave says the 12 fresh guns In with which they are sweeping the streets of the foreign the incessant fire rendering position after position quite Dally Mall's St. Petersburg correspondent says that in tho last six hours battle outside of Tsin the Cossacks captured six guns and killed a number of fleeing The Chinese lost 3,000 General GERMAN tho July 14.No advices have been at the foreign which fact by the press as ominous of news In a few days It Is that a feeling of unrest iM because of the withdrawal of a part of the German troops from Taku to German expedition wlH carry of centimetre for tho of The marine ministry Intends to tei 30 or 40 vessels for many of them to be used as supply present a number ot a society was organized to provide physicians and for the China The offers of persons to as nurses have numerous that no more can be accepted at situation in China begins to affect German for railway material for the German railway have been number of needle factories in have A number of in and the position of affairs in China has their of Troops July 14.M. minister of affairs has a telegram from M. de secretary of the legation at dated on the authority of a that troops faithful to General NIeh have defeated the rebels near and that they the authority of Prince Ching and General Yung who to defend the News Long stated at a late hour that ho had nor a the day or evening from Admiral In of the Aidalle station and now in The that had not made of the conditions said to ex ist- in and the reported of the the as a hopeful as he isi that had any in the capital some word rumor ui It might have found its to Tier It onto July 14. General ' which has moved Is now camped During the march the mounted ry 200 shelling a ridge occupied by the la anticipated that this movement will clear the country from to as the troops found but one from which the Boors retired EXECUTIVE of by Stato July 14.-Frank Campbell chairman of the state announced the appointment of the following esecutivo K. of chair David B. Edward Elliott Conrad situation Is rather better as a result of wages by a number of iron and steel manufacturing concerns and their em- i Lower prices for lumber are apparently muro activity in h much due lo and how much to the of labor Is hard to and flour lower on the In crop at home Arthur A f 1" * of rry but corn has ni of Frank Jury No July 14.Alexander Grant and David King of who recently arrested in. connection with an investigation of the murder of Reeil and his at North In 1S07, wepj discharged from custody the Brand Jury having failed lo return nn of John B. of William F. John J. Kennedy of N. of K. Dowd of of the bc both in the Boffman house and In the St. the of Mr. being the which was reopened a few weeks the previous at the time of the murder having failed to any evidence at- the inquest was to the effect tlie men knew that Reed was a man wealth and one who frequently had large in the It also shown that the men keeping their in Reed's bam had opportunity to commit the Reed nnd his were in Italy wm their the man having July 14.A ot killed with an ax and his sister having troops for China will leave Naples with a revolver owned by her 18. to The Tribuna a kept in a in like the wJM composed of two will eent The will thus ta 5,()i:xcicn> N. July ent over Horace Clark men arrested after and home bure yesterday was years N. July Oil In the oil tield This the tenth and It produced 1,000 barrels in four AT tho July 14Tho 1901" Instead of I Will be boVne on issued by government in or Policy forms That of July 14.Mr. the of called department o Secretary He stated that he had no advices from his own government touching the latest a t It la understood department Is basing Its repeated affirmations of the of Russia to large operations by Japan tn a senae iii China on r pj made The department is much at the attributed to Von in the outline of his note to the - In the of- the - foil test of the here read In the abstract a complete of the principles laid down by Hay as guiding of the United States toward of the declarations of the chancellor might be almost regarded as paraphrases of tho united on - to ot 14.laquivies are made into what may possibly turn out j Buffalo to have a serious attempt to de- This is in accordance with an opinion the Grand Palace of on Wednesday A eral on a man of were filled - Third Assistant General with packing cases a large ' of other leiy of a conversation two I 1901" on was issue is doubted as It ' - - ' - ' bo in aome the exposition being a liim wah on foot to to ths The upon ' lu the discovery of two hermetically sealed boxes filled with black The police the boxes Wore left by workmen when they the foundations of the or were hidden there by intended to J is that a existed to burn the palace and a connection is made between the discovery and the at the Chateau which Investigations showed to have been an BALL of In At B- 0 0 i II 0 Ii 0 i. 71 and Killen and S U J U 3 ( u 1 a 1 1 Ii 1) U o S i 11. 0 1 0 0 O O O- 1 1 ir 3 0 0 0- 6 S und aiui At B- 0 n 4 0 010 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 and Gear und reached for expectations nn enormous may he if dry weather In Kansas and Hog are in Sugar nnd refined now at cents per pound the prit e reached in nine advance in wheat prices in based on crop attractive in the United States and on July 1 unchanged iruin monili fell and the total Worlds supply hold In the in i i Argentina on July 1, 1 1>.G.(!0i! an increase of only bushels over July 1 a year Inu u gain of 1 receipt's of 107 month lo i aggregated per cent over a year for the first half of the year the | of 112 reporting ' miles of an increase of 13.3 per including n ioi 3,08.83-2 I. 1 v - - I in n in ind 1 in 1^115 Cein Tm week i ig 614.2134'..bu-iiels 1., in a bushels Ms Is in 1^'it' 221. as d with 1T4 in this week i m u in 247 in and in w robbed identified whom 11- the who him at the of the to of Detectives and Chief uf Campbell that with John and a man named the railway train in 3 d that carne from San four months ago anil that the plot was all arranged in this THEIR to July hit her husband in the ht .id with a in the of by refused to arrest cui a in charged with abandoning hisi wife and one an infant of three weeks lie itli on wife and Maria of of were tc a As he started the his wife sprang at yoL and n rained and half an houi later lie iei t ir. a was and walking on Baltic hit him a oil the policemen the tc aiTi -t her to iic Honey July 13. Money on IV2 per Prime Actual lis bills ui for sixty 48Vic. Tork Produce winter New 07c: 2 f.n.b. York car 2 1 track 7,y./H.r.l 1 11. is northern Pennsylvania At age tif 101 he undei went a very critical Until within a he in of his rroni 14-Th. Jl She Wi p nj ts ini Oll the AT to July riot here night when n party of tried to demolish tlie Orange triumphal followed - in the course of which the up police the And dispersed surgeon end several constables aided by on Wedding July 14.Mrs. Julia 29 years of Louis I. a of this was killed last night In returning from the celebration her third weddIng Mr. and Mrs. Cherey started ly morning to spend the day in a The horse took fright and Mrs. became frantic stood up and from tlic wan picked Her skull had been her jaw one ear torn off and the of her head while her body a- taken to the but died within hall an July 14.-Fire broke out Chicago at Park desti all the buildings Ly Great Its spread was then t h. ThL it la estimated be to The buildings H- 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 1 4 1 (i IMI ao 1 4t and H. 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 2 1 1 0.1 0 0 0~ 5 S 0 uini 11. 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 5 9 0 0 0 v 0 0 1 7 and New ij tm 0 e 1 0 0- York i u o o 1 u ' 1 11 I ft 0 1 H g 0 4 0 0 - vS 4 J y. 4 U 0 3J.; 24 0 luo 0'(.;or.-nt)r; At - H o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 - n 6 JoiK 1 Al - 1, 5. At Tiun 7, 0. 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