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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 27, 1900, Wellsville, New York y. 10m ROUTE TO Hung Chang Says Have Left For Ave In In Tu nt 8lii>srlil< July 27.-,The of The Daily Expresa Hung Chang now that some at the members of the legations have already left and may be expected He is angry at the is gaining ground that the of the powers to China hufi appealed for may still be The of and the United States have visited LI Hunar but tbe others still here are Indignant the that Slates has entered Into relations with Earl but Goodnow defends lila action on the ground that la the of his in so paralyzed that the customs revenue will not suffice to secure the payment of the next of the foreign active in the Tae region for war arc now mirona to of 24.A received hare from yesterday makes the following Yuan Shi of Shan has a fromi States Boxers Are by GIVING HIM W. Z. n. as of Now York reformatory In this rtty that the a hobby of Mr. will bo July 18. that feature nnd was by the guards on 18 and that General Lu petitioned m the to employ the a to communicate with the carried out and a received that nil the wore Well and were unanimous In favoring the restoration of official of the visited the legation and a and It Upon thn 11, In Piosenk working will to extent with thp military and the generai military features of the alno pet of the That the military feature will the gentleman from who la near to Manager of the ON THE Rioters In New Orleans Cowed by of Stop to In July 27.Difiorder- July 27.There were and ho Knid that If - no developments to nation is not forthcoming at the following the rioting of decided to petition the em- the assumption that there has been board on Tuesday that J throughout tlie In the nnd a net for un ear y There In by the and of nows aa found Hdd tn thM tho good of the by with the to Wjc food and them to Tien Lu Is Haid to have great In between the foreign guarding the and the Tongo troops on Fighting haa now government as manifested in Us j tion to ARE of Attack Is to Made on July 27.-~Th(! signs of the part of the secret society known aa tho nre causing Boxers are be to an of the letter given Ity by the navy department made tho direct that the were tn with the though ho added that the afterward paralyzed and incapable of controlling tho This waa the declaration to reach our government of that tho to fw - to iMi i on to MANY mill In ThU Country Too p to July 27."lUg steel and ihc are not to ohut for ramifications are ment had and from the lirist thoy too many in not-for war against the but against foreign of and disguised coolies are arriving The arsenal is full of armH and are constantly coming The Nankin and Wu Chang garrisons are being constantly and the viceroys that they canner fonger withstand tho to bear by Sheng and Li Hung Chang upon them to join the forces Prince la hoped that the arrival of Admiral Seymour here may the backs of the southern viceroys and restore the security of the English missionary have been murdered a I in tho of Shan Massacres are also reported from Tai Yuan and Pao ring OF ftt July the the allies begin the advance upon Pekin in a and in view of Admiral visit of to the Yang Tse feeling Is that no groat time will before matters assume a more report that 60 ' h in Kl Yuan Fu and the Shanghai of The Dally Mall describing the had armod to defend the cathedral and a body of Chinese troops had been sent to defend tha but the soldiers leagued with the While the Christians were holding a service believing under the of the tho signal was Blven arid soldiers and and set lire to the worshippers to the The bishop was captured taken to the he was diabolically tortured and head of the - The Dally Mail explains that employes or tho according to its advices escaped from Pekin to there that laft most thf of the legations doad tho lion of leave Pekin until July 8, and this goes to if his statement is to bo relied that a general had not on July G. as another on July 23. From Kobe of Russians leave and Tien Tsin on the provinces ol The organization is distinctly amd and members of Canton troops in its report is current in Canton the are for a night attack ofi the and fhat the will bo the absconding of native The greatest slon although at present Can ton Is have been at Hong Kong during the last few months A Chinaman who was arrested on July 8 on or carrying anas was for trial on charge of being a member of the TIk evidence showed he has held rank ol second in command in the organization In the with at Sai a new where he had active In enrolling His is of The insignia found upon his person tiie converts have involved the barbarians in this We Ioo upon you as soon youi doom will Unhappy is your for ail men hate and Great is your Your hands hang by your Despair has seized your Death alone will relieve By following the doctrines of these renegades have forfeited your rights as We warn you at once to to tho Hoxer movement and our government bound to tlic word of Its own until that Is overcome by the that are In constant between tho are tending more and more to cast suspicion upon the genuineness of the many communications that have como from Pekin through governmental It should be finally that there boon fin on their part to practico a gigantic fraud upon tho tho fact may ciOl for change of on tho part of the United States government toward This would not t tho military policy already under but merely the relations between the two which probably would closely approximate a state of formal navy department yesterday contributed a brief news item In the shape of a vindication by Admiral of the United States marines from the general charge of looting at Tien The admiral had a good deal more than this to to the navy init the did not gard tilo of his report as proper j for publication just Miles and General ton were again in though j with Secretary Root and is that tho under was tho by E. M. president of tho Federal Steol previous to the meeting ot presidents of the steel companies have hoard of the proposition to close all tlie mills of the country for a If such n. has been it come front the 1 will say positively that none of the Foderal Steel mills other than those are already will be As i too prosperous and the cannot to men are meeting here just as the railroad presidents moot to discuss rates that fair for roads and patrons may be and resulted In the mayor of nnd the ordering out of of tlie state Heard responding promptly to the of Mayor for in suppressing the existing and in a recurrence of the violence of Wednesday the day attacks wuro made by irresponsible mobs of apon the nightfall the liad been tlie off Oct of the disorders was to put a practical stop to In the and on the of the casualties out of tho night und yesterday show that one negro was to d. so badly lives aro and about of white and and have more or midnight tho unusually Thero Is a report that negro been The fi determined to pre vent a m it is f M T. of on an alleged to the iric tramway of to The Star Mr man who a monopoly In wants ruh cars and of Mr. ai are of and Mr. a Express is that aj call has sold the or part of his interests in the and bringing fifty million dollars to this country in hard will he do with say he it going to make a great bid tramway and railway In London that iif to up ail of In the as he haa done In Chicago and mighty nays he the and indignant gaze of of our country and THE Cant War nt July 2.Cpione! under from with a force of Infantry and five attacked a war camp at With a the before tiie enemy had time to occupy them and were forced to evacuate tiie of arms and ammunition was The town then thus an Important obstacle on Colonel NEW 27.<3eorge Gordon counsel for Roland B. convicted of the murder of Mrs. appeared before corder Cioff yesterday with the papers in the ready to go to tho court of j appeals niter receiving tho Filipino In ' appeals I or Our In July 27.-~Surg.'on General Sternberg has made every arrangement for tlie care of sick and wounded on Chinese Provision has by the department for tlie immediate transportation of an abundance medical and Van 11. in a single has been charged with the and care of a in Lawyer Battle tiie case before tho of July 27.---At two soldiers en- recorder would a native store for the purpose and give hla time there one of them of the was killed by a bolo and head ered from his The other d and gave the by arrived day and early yesterday to and by of M went to a locomotive Pair Mount Park on the St. with the and with the hour and the for the without a of In to AIM via July The forces In the of ft Wm July 27.-Consl cral of of said of the revolution In think it is government met and either killed or im from just Campes bringing to do and Just down arma and Trial For N. July 27.-fSuperIn-, tendent of thr department of works to have rhe trials of the men with causing the breaks In tlie feeder of the Black lUver canal entailing an expense to the nearly tried before the of term of and have been will taken up at the November term and of as rapidly as Throe of those tried are serving terms in Auburn company of tho Fortieth infantry stationed at Ca gayan to and killed SO 30 Money July 20. on P-r cent. poi Actual July 11. the famous before Judge Freeman day to oppose an application ting him to the for ' this Mr. Hoyt condition that rest and but he he should be in Judge Freeman ordered be committed until from hla About Canton Warn Thoni To Tako May Canton of The Daily Telegraph in a dispatch Wednesday are of Boxers nnd loaded with arms and but the rowdy element remains practically In the country districts the people are more threatening and bolder in the There are freely such as the Service Tor la July 27.~Thi.'? luts arranged to provide tlie In the field in with a regular postal service similar to that in should be plainly marKed with the regiment nnd gunboat Lieutenant George H. business l-t for ern Pacific - ed A force of of tlie crew wan i for to China Will ' July 27. will leave Mrs. for San 1 a day or two in Chicago en will enable him to reach San At Kansas in time to the Japanese Kansas 1 0 2 0 0 o s ll -I liner which sails foi i o 0 n 7 1'2 4 BALL 500, under tho of j formerly Hio insurgent 1 dent now | j A marine at the of isabela ' was boloed by natives and s-o badly he is and on the of If Secretary Hay returns to Washington as is Mr. will have a linai conference with him before leaving for will not 1)0 necessary for und and 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 2 G 2 0 0 1-- 2 1).;)!I.M: Foreman ami 1 9 1 York Siila Ilo IVot j ri ti f h to No. 1 iti f. o. b. Joly 27.-,Ij- ' of Chainn in of the state MAY NOT BE whether Mr. will the evening of his brought a surprising The exclaimed right now if Mr. will be It If the would be held here 27V/a-li'-so; I mari were an Fuel For 27.0^er.-s have to depart ' with fuel Seymour has In ' mean that unless are are children of are again to sec the 0 2 0 140 it. come to pass then that any oi from V.T. o can so far forget himself as to to believe that hit Katoli and the proselyte of a task has been made much more and of tht have been killed in North | indicat China their the of China Because - of this all a regularly of world have sent with tho is chary about to Tien Tsin to protect the full ' ' This they have any as the situation at mission the cor- that pass through the hands of the suls and all tiie troops have j notorious viceroy Shan Yuan been slaughtered just as you kill Shih Is well known to ena and i Yuan was Chinese to n n m n fl 0 0 0-- 1 7 vo o i- All' League games postponed on account Priest Tells of 27. The Hong | Kong correspondent of The wires as Italian priest has juat arrived here from Hen Sion in Southern Hu Where the Italian bishop 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 0 and Will July 27Tho fact 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1, 6 3 Colonel Meade com- Worcester 0 0 ii 0 2 the marines ut been und in Korea in period just the Chino-Japanese war and it is said hero that he was the one directly foi that - ' for years they are old I unless better are trian those the mooting here wifi bo off. home on danz and has created no surprise among his At have been after comrades of the navy who 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 3 a man of indomitable Hartford 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0.6 JO 1 took place on July 4. hundred were massacred after had ' to priests The priest who escaped had a perilous journey to Hong in a coffln on board a river boat for seventeen Appeal For Oito United July 27.L.i^t the Sir Lo Feng Luh handed the foreign a long telegram purporting to come from Emperor Kwang soliciting Great Britain's good offices to bring about peace In terms to appeals to McKinley fai government lias not It Is felt Iti the the the is vitality Itas 4ia4 an and to perform his Colonel Meade has boon tha ranking murine ut the naval station 41.! His departure from Taku will leave Lieutenant Colonel Coolidge of the Ninth infantry in command of tha until tilie arrival of General to the July the Seventeenth Infantry who infantry on of Colonel 13. H. while leading hiy forces at Tien has been ordered lo at to for ol assuming command ut lu i n on active hold duty with his in the Philippines 1*4 i-M-iiilU, to 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 it O 1 3 7 1 1 0 0 0 it I 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 2 and Braun game - o 0 o 0 0 0 0 I 1 2 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1...... a 3 ol k and 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 7 IL 0 on 2 0<> iL - 3; S At - 7; Albany 2 At 10: 4. 2 1. Binghamton - t At - to iit July 27.~Il is announced that men composing the two to notify the for president and vice nominated by tlie Kansas City convention wili moot ul the Grand Aug. 8. the dale for LIKE ly 17';:(k 15 - July Ci } No 2 No J ' mm ' by tiie tali tVi He of two bis oil the | to gather up the ' put Di Vi d the ' the the - ' 1 iow for Ulte eud ef a the - luli - por |l 1, two io the w ami with the Tunnel to through a plot to release confined In the Western y lu by tunneling into with a view of liberating Alexander who H. Frick during the strike tunnel extended from a and a of 200 IGQ feet the prison Tho sold to New York been N. July 27.~The forger who hsia been operating In the nui I of a i ir iff at N J bus been identified John W of Live Stock J i. oki to lor 52 t ' tr 7.'i. fo 00, lu 51 il 53. CURE f. aU i i TO liy ciat the Haj h iv No 5 M Dress Suit H. mir
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