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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 2, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaF doubts britons now believe the ministers. Safe in Pekin. British minister heard from. Two 07. A a u idea will die. Fir Macdonald Send a cipher Mehn Nguc Tell in if the safety the legation a slate department he Pec to to hear from Conger soon. London july 31.�?a cipher message yesterday from sir Claude Macdonald the British minister at Pekin and dated july 21, is accepted ail sides As dispelling any doubts that might still have existed regarding the genuineness the dispatches. Owing to an error in transmission the message fails to show the number wounded. David Oliphant and Warren were two student interpreters. Sir Claude s message is As follows a British legation. Pekin june 20 to july 16 repeatedly attacked by chinese troops All sides. Both Rifle and artillery fire. Since july 16 an armistice but a cordon is strictly drawn both sides the position. Chinese barricades close to ours. All women and children in the British legation. Casualties to Date 52 killed including capt. Strouts. A number wounded in Hospital. Including capt. Halliday. Rest legation All Well except David Oliphant and Warren the message fails to mention the other legation a id other matters pressing importance to know but it should be borne in mind that the British minister May cot be aware that All his previous dispatches have been suppressed. He May be under the impression that the government is fully posted regarding All recent occurrences. Apart from this dispatch there is practically no fresh news although a special from Tien Tsin asserts that the British and american forces Are getting ready to Advance within 48 hours. I Hung Chang remains at Shanghai. He says that the great heat prevents him continuing the journey to Pekin. Waiting to hear from Conger. Our my neater to Settle the a question i Livrance. Washington. July 31.�?the effect yesterday s news from China was to freshen the Hope that the government can soon get in direct communication with minister Conger. The mass testimony As to his being alive As late As the 22d inst. Is now so great As to warrant the department in resuming the consideration projects for the future. With All its anxiety to get . Conger and the americans in Pekin safely away the department is proceeding with proper caution and is by no Means disposed to accept any proposition that would unduly jeopardize their lives. Such might be the result an offhand acceptance the proposition to have the chinese government deliver the foreign ministers at Tien Tsin. For it is realized that the escort might be overpowered by Superior forces boxers the Way to the sea. The state department has come to the conclusion that . Conger himself is the Best person to judge the conditions under which his deliverance shall be effected and. Therefore it is again looking to the chinese government to place it in communication with . Conger in order that it May be advised by him. That requirement was the first the conditions Laid Down by president Mckinley in his answer to the Appeal the chinese emperor so that the situation diplomatically cannot be said to have been materially changed. The state department was inclined to regard Consul Fowler a communication As the most valuable piece confirmatory evidence yet received touching the safety the Pekin diplomats. According to this dispatch the ministers except the German minister were Safe july 22. Though some the Legat loners had been killed. The German loss was 10 dead and 12 wounded. Ten battalions chinese shelled the legation from june 20 to july 17. Up to a late hour no answer had been received to the second Conger message but in View Consul Fowler s news the officials were inclined to look Forward to an Early reply. Gen. Chaffee reported yesterday his arrival at Taku in Advance the expected time. Sal Moa purr Man ii Neriki settled. Vancouver. B. A. July 31.�?the Salmon fishermen a strike was declared off yesterday and the troops withdrawn. A contract has been made Between the Cannery men and fishermen that the latter shall receive 18 cents per fish throughout the season irrespective the Quantity fish caught Rise fall the Market for the canned product. The canners agree to recognize the fishermen a Union. When the fishermen struck they demanded 25 cents per fish. Venezuela new it Nln Lnu to. Caracas. Venezuela. July 31.�?the following is the composition the new Cabinet officially gazetted yesterday minister tue Interior Cabrera Malo War. Gen. Pulido foreign affairs. Eduardo Blanco finance Tello Merloza Public Otanez Commerce Senhor Ayala Public instruction Felix Quintero. Wellington a0a1nst Lukl pfc to teary inn it i h be Puhlich Sennoto Prova Iaea u statement Mona. Cumberland my. July 31.�?george l. Wellington the senior Republican United states senator Frem Maryland has definitely announced his determination to oppose the re a Leettia president Mckinley but has not yet made up his mind in which manner he will do it. Senator Wellington has not been in full Accord with his party either in local National affairs for nearly two years. Prior to that time be was chairman the Republican state Central committee and was regarded As the close political and personal Friend former governor Lloyd Lowndes. A quarrel Between these gentlemen resulted in the resignation senator Wellington from the Republican leadership and this was followed by governor Lowndes defeat in the last state election by a majority about 12.000. Four years ago the state gave Mckinley 32,000 majority. In discussing his position senator Wellington said a i am unalterably and forever opposed to imperialism which i shall fight with All my Power. I am opposed to president Mckinley because he has deceived me in National affairs and i shall oppose his re election. I am not now prepared to state what part i shall take in the Campaign but i will attend if possible the coming Liberty Congress at Indianapolis. I do not know whether it will support Bryan not. There Are some things about him that i do not approve. I have never however been a negative Quality in politics. When my conclusions Are reached and my plans fully matured i will announce a a a Kii Ieti by lightning. Little Rock july 30.�?james l. Fitzgerald paymaster in the office the treasurer the Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad was instantly killed by lightning during a terrific storm yesterday afternoon. He was walking along the Street with his brother and Patrick Sullivan when struck. Sullivan was badly injured and Fitzgerald a brother was knocked Down. Fitzgerald s clothing were entirely torn off his body disfigured. By the premature b charge a Guu at f. It is Encampment. To lib a sex win a a an a buy somebody it role Ubly Jyi Quot a it. To firm i no Lith to 11 Ign Etta lit a a Sony a powder which Liml a a i a a a t Spring Field ills. 10 a sons were injured two , let a the premature discharge the Csc Niue Guu at the Illinois National guard Encampment Camp Lincoln last evening. The explosion was caused by some one thro., in a lighted cigarette into powder v. H Cli had fallen to the ground. The incident occurred in the presence a Large crowd visitors to the Camp. The injured Are private Jesse Rupert Bat by a Danville head Chest Aud pkg terribly burned left broken and left hand partially shot away will die Corporal Charles Balsley Battery a Danville face breast and badly burned 1 pm will die private Edward meet Battery a Danville face badly burned private Charles Sharp signal corps. Chicago face and hands filled with powder serious Harry Keeler civilian Springfield face hands and neck badly burned May lose eyesight Chester Hunt Springfield face painfully burned private Albert Stevens Battery a Danville face and hands burned private j. G. Gritton Battery a Danville hands and face scorched sergeant Shroeder Battery a Danville face burned Harry Peters civilian face burned. Several others were slightly injured. Corporal Balsley and Jesse Rupert acting quartermaster were loading the gun assisted by several men Battery a. A sack powder was placed in the Mouth the Cannon and Rupert was about to drive the charge Home. The powder sack was too Large for the gun and in forcing it into the Cannon the Canvas was torn and some the powder fell to the ground just below the nozzle the Cannon. Private Rupert stood facing the gun ramrod in hand. Balsley also faced the gun and a number soldiers and civilians were gathered around despite the commands to keep Back. Suddenly some one said a watch them there was a Flash powder the ground. The flame was communicated to the powder which was being forced into the Cannon and the gun was discharged the ramrod being broken and shot from the Cannon. Balsley and Rupert had their clothes blown from their bodies which were blackened by powder. Others staggered Back burned and blinded. All the wounded were taken to hospitals. Some say it was a Man in uniform who threw the cigarette but Harry Peters who was an Eye witness the explosion is the opinion it was a Small boy. again reported dead. Henderson ky., july 30.�?first Lieut. John Wilbur Ward the thirty third infantry now in the Philippines which regiment was engaged in the Chase Aguinaldo has written a letter to his father Here Date Cabugao june 14, in which he says Quot the thirty third has wounded and possibly killed Aguinaldo. He had gathered up the guerrilla bands to the number about 800 men when the thirty third was ordered after him. His Force tried to scatter but was too late. We hit them in several Small parties. Aguinaldo and his special body guard six men were fired at 800 Yards Range while they were running like a sixty a he Riding a big Gray american horse. The horse was killed and he badly wounded in the body leaving a Trail blood As he was carried re Iii a Mii Vilao Pitnu amuck. St. Louis july 30.�?crazed by Strong drink. Charles Holbert a fou Meryman ran amuck with a revolver through the streets Denver Side a suburb East St. Louis. Ills., saturday. As a result his indiscriminate firing Oscar Holton a peddle was killed and Jerry Jakes received a Bullet through both thighs making a serious wound. Holbert then fired at his wife missing her and finally put a Bullet through his own brain. His death is expected at any moment. The maniac created a reign terror in the town. There Are Many Bullet holes in the windows houses and doors where Holbert shot at residents. Train killed Mother in Ltd daughter. New York. July 31.�?mrs. Nelson Phinney and mrs. Joseph Valentine were instantly killed by a train near Yaphank. L. I., yesterday. Mrs. Valentine was 70 years old. And was the Mother mrs. Pfiinr.�/. Whose age was 34 years. Mrs. Phinney a Homo was in Boston. She had gone to wading River l. I., to spend the summer with her Mother. Cincinnati july 31.�?Charles ii. Davis Newport ky., vice president the amalgamated association Iron and steel workers stated today that a strike 24.000 pm idlers in the United states is probable. They demanded an increase from $5 to $5.50 a tap and the committees from the unions and employers have failed to agree. The Independent Mills Are willing to Grant the demands according to Davis but the others Are not and if the demands Are not granted within two weeks Davis declares a general strike will be ordered. Heart sick. There Are a great Many people who have heart sickness who have no chronic derangement the heart. 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Pierces Golden medical discovery and a pleasant pellets these medicines cured my stomach. I do not have the pain and indigestion As i did it is very hard for me to Tell you what i suffered before i commenced taking your valuable Medicine. I recommend it to ail the sufferers whom i to Curt constipation use . Pierces pleasant pellets. I it ii his owe defense i the Goebel murder . Organized the Mountaineer. While admit Tina thai la in ii e Poi Mihle for the invasion Frankfort by armed men ii la Enle other charges ruin t . Georgetown ky., july 31. Sex Secretary state Caleb i vers took the stand in his own behalf Vest stay but did not Complete his us Anioay direct examination. Powers admitted that he organized the body mountaineers who went to Frankfort several occasions last Winter but declared this was done for influence with the state contest Board and the legislature not for the purpose intimidation. The defendant entered a denial the charges made against him by Culton Golden Noakes and other witnesses. He denied that Henry Youtsey had the keys to Liis office the Day the assassination but said there were two other keys to the office one which was in the Possession former assistant Secretary state w. Davidson and another in Possession Ben Rowe govt Igor Taylor a coloured Porter. Powers said neither these keys were Ever in his Possession and that he had his own key in his pocket in Louisville the Day the assassination. Davidson is sup i posed to be in the state Washington and Rowe the coloured Porter is said to be at Anderson ind. The defendant read to the jury receipts from various parties which he said were for Money paid by him for Board for some the Mountain men brought by him to the state capital. He then told the Barbourville conference at which Finley Powers and others discussed the arrangements with John a. Black who strongly opposed the movement. The witness said he assured Black that he and Finley would use their Best endeavours to keep the crowd from degenerating into a mob but denied that he told Black he was going to organize a mob. He said he had no recollection having said in the presence w. L. Culton that the legislature would be Given 30 minute u a t. And if it did not do it in 1. A time they would kill the democratic 1 i slaters. Afterwards he said pm Lively that 110 such remark was m tie and added a the men came and nothing the sort was done. We could cleaned them up As Culton put it if we had in regard to sending the men Home from Frankfort the evening Jan. 25, about which witness Noakes testified last week and told a breach Between the witness and governor Taylor Powers said a i heard that they were going to Send the men Home and i opposed it As the men had been up All the night before. I went to see governor Taylor. He told me it had been decided to Send them Home As their presence was having a had effect. Some the anti Goebel democrats in the legislature had strongly disapproved bringing the men armed and had threatened to desert governor Taylor in the contest unless he sent the men the witness told a conference at the Home postmaster f. Clay Elkin at Lexington in which the witness and others participated. This was the Day after representative Berry was unseated. Those in the conference decided that the vote had not been properly taken and that Berry should refuse to give up his seat. Governor Taylor was told the plan but disapproved it and Berry made no attempt to hold the seat. In the following Day the witness said he intended to go to Louisville to make arrangements for transportation some the Mountain nun. But did not get off that Day. He did not give Youtsey a key keys nor did lie have a conversation with John Powers and Golden in reference to Goebel being killed by a tallow Dick Combs. He did meet Youtsey in the Hall the legislative building and Youtsey asked him to let him into the office. Witness did not know Why Youtsey wanted to get in there but witness did not want him in there. The witness explained that the slip paper found in his pocket when he was arrested and which read a Powers is our Friend. Signed w. S. Taylor a was Given to him the morning the assassination to be taken to pension agent Leslie Combs at Louisville who had charge the funds with which the expenses the contest were being paid. Swaizey Allt at in swindle. Kansas City july 31.�?it is impossible at this time to determine the extent the cattle operations e. I. Swazey. Who it is charged is in route to South America. A total $1,600,000 his paper is alleged to be afloat which $1,300.000 has been located. Already two Banks Are claiming the same Herd cattle in Hemphill Tex. It is alleged that Hanks in Kansas City Springfield mass., Philadelphia and Lancaster pa., and St. Joseph. ., Are losers. Mother u suicide children saved. Atlantic City july 31.�?mrs. John Lee wife a Well to do business Man committed suicide sunday night by inhaling Gas at her Home and she had carefully planned a similar death for her two Young children at the same time. A servant smelled the escaping Gas in time to save the children a lives hut the Mother was then dead. The suicide was deliberately planned All openings being closed and letters were found telling the suicides intentions. King Humbert assassinated Italy a Monarch Falls a victim an anarchist s bullets. Fired at three times. One shot pierced the heart the ruler. Assassin pe0mptly arrested. He loudly announced Llam in Ann Racli int. And declared that Ere Lona other crowned head would full in the same manner the King had .1 it entered 111 Carriage after Dinar uniting i Riso for a gym Mintie Conte at Monea the a a in saved with difficulty from tire fury the populace. Romo. July 30.�?King Humbert has been assassinated. He was shot at Monza last night by a Man named Angele dry i and died in a few minutes. The King had been attending a distribution prizes in connection with a gymnastic Competition. The prize distribution took place at 10 clock. His majesty had just entered his Carriage with his aide de Camp amid the cheers the crowd when he was struck by three revolver shots fired in Quick succession. One Bullet pierced the heart his majesty who fell Back and expired in a few minutes. The Assassin was immediately arrested and was with some difficulty saved from the fury the populace. The murdered ruler. He gave his name As Angelo Bressi describing himself As Prato in Tuscany. He loudly announced himself an anarchist and seemed exultant Over the Success his murderous shots. He asserted that Ere Long other crowned Heads would fall in the same Way declaring that there were hundreds men ready to sacrifice their lives a for the Good the news the terrible event did not arrive Here until after Midnight. Signor Saracco the Premier immediately summoned a meeting the Cabinet and the ministers started Early this morning for Monza. The Prince and Princess Naples Are Board the yacht Yela yachting in the Levant. A in Tia mull fax a 1 11 re cd. New York. July 30.�?owing to the lateness the hour at which the news the assassination King Humbert was received in this City it was impossible to see either Consul general Branch vice consuls Alberti and Burdese. Baron de fava the italian ambassador was at Seabright n. He was much distressed at receiving the news but said to press representatives that he could not give out any statement until he had been officially Liotti cd by his Home government. Monza july 31.�?few additional details the assassination King Humbert Are available. It happened to quickly and unexpectedly that the King was dead almost before the spectators realized what had occurred. No special precautions had been taken. Very few police were in attendance and Only a Small guard boldier8 was keeping the Way Clear for the Carriage. The King amid the cheers the crowd came out smiling accompanied by his aide de Camp Gen. Ponzio bag la. The King had entered the Carriage and was just driving off when the revolved shots were fired in Quick succession. Some witnesses assert that Bressi was seen previously waving his hands and cheering. The first shot wounded the King in the neck the second the fatal one pierced his heart and the third broke the the already dying Sovereign. The crowd was stunned by the unexpected scene but speedily a Rush was made toward the Assassin. He did not Chinn Troi Ililear aft it our work a Biddeford me., july 31.�?the prevailing trouble in China made it Nec Essary to bring about a curtailment production in Cotton manufacturing in this City and it is announced that the Mills the Pepperell manufacturing company will be shut Down from aug. 1 until sept. 14. About one half the goods manufacturer by these Mills go to China. About 3,000 hands Are affected ten Eye a avid not him at Tari. Worcester mass., july 30.�?edward ii. Ten Eyck Amateur Champion single sculler the world has decided not to represent this country at the regatta at the Paris exposition. Ten Eyck makes his decision account what he alleges is the shabby manner he and his club mates the Wach setts boat club this City have been treated by the committee and National officers the National association Amateur oarsmen. The Wach setts were led to believe it is claimed that the double would be sent from this City. Later they were told that the event had been dropped. Then it was announced that a member the Vesper Crew was to Row with ten Eyck As mate in the double race. Hoboken horror fir Low. New York july 28. A Gustav h. Schwab new York agent the North German Lloyd steamship company has received a statement from the main office the loss sustained by the company from the recent fire at Hoboken which h destroyed its Dock property and wrecked the steamers Bremen main and Sadie. The loss is estimated by the officials the company at $2.250,000. Which is nearly covered by insurance reserves. Should it prove however. That the engines and boilers the three damaged boats Are uninjured the loss would be reduced $750,000 to $1.000,000. Do it yol it self. You can Tell just As Well As a physician whether your kidneys Are diseased healthy. The Way to do is Totake bottle Glass Tumbler and till it with urine. If there Isa sediment a powder like substance at tin Bottom after standing a Day and a night there is something wrong with the kidneys. Another sure sign disease is a desire to urinate often and still another sign is pain in the Back. If urine stains Linen there is no doubt that tie kidneys Are affected. 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Daniil Kennedy s favorite remedy Lief re Buvin Quot to Send your full Post office address to the . David Kennedy Ltd corporation London n. Y., and mention Liis paper. We will then mail you a Sample Buttle free As Well As circulars advice full directions for its use. Every Reader the Monto 17 h Ami in an can depend upon the genuineness this Liberal offer and All sufferers from kidney troubles should Ake advantage once it at attempt to escape and was Rougny treated until the carbine ers formed a cordon and secured him from tie fury the people. An Eye witness says immediately after the shots were fired the King flt ii Back pressing his hand to his heart. He was instantly supported by Gen. Ponzio Baglia who told the Coachman to drive with All Speed to the Castle. After his exclamation a it is nothing a the King did not utter a found. Blood gushed from his Mouth. The Assassin reaching tin guard room the carabiners was in a pitiable condition his hands and being lacerated and bloody and his clothes torn by the angry crowd. Replying to questions he hissed through Ais clenched Teeth a Tell them 1 came from America purpose to kill Humbert. I have Only just arrived from America and in Ltd a no one. I spent a Day at Bologna and then came to a search at his Home at Prato resulted in the finding several compromising letters from new York. The new King Italy. One signed by a woman was dated june 25. In this letter the writer asks whether All is ready and expresses a Hope that he will soon return. Bressi had been absent from Prato for six seven years. His parents live there and he has a brother in an italian infantry regiment. In reference to the finding another revolver it is asserted that Bressi had been seen in company with a Young Man in the Park at Monza near where the King was in the habit Riding. After his arrest he appeared Wakeful and nervous until about Sunrise but from that time he slept soundly until midday. The Royal Carriage covered the distance Between the gymnastic society clubhouse where the crime was committed and the Royal Villa at full Speed requiring but three minutes. The King expired the Way and although placed a bed was dead when the doctors arrived. Bressi is Young tall and Swarthy. It appears that he remained four Days in Prato and two Days at Bologna after which he came Here. When Queen Margherita arrived at the Villa it was still hoped that the King would survive and when the truth was broken to her a heartrending scene ensued. Bursting into tears she exclaimed a it is the greatest crime the Century. Humbert was Good and faithful. No person could have loved his people More. He was one who bore ill will to when the Queens Mother arrived there was another affecting scene. The Assassin is strictly guarded in prison. He continues to preserve absolute indifference and took his meals yesterday without any sign being affected by his position. A second revolver was found the Public stand in the gymnastic grounds. The room where the embalming is proceeding is Aln Idy filled with Flowers. The Queen herself placed a Wreath the Bier and Knelt and prayed beside the body and in spite the entreaties the princes and princesses she refuses to quit the death chamber which is in charge count Jurri the late Kings aide de Camp. Bring Humbert was born at Turin March 14, 5s4. And succeeded to the throne the death his father Victor Emmanuel in 1878. Twice before attempts have been made his life but he escaped injury each time. His successor. Victor Emmanuel Prince Naples was born nov. 11, 1869, and four years ago was married to Princess Helene Montenegro who is now 27 years their marriage was a love Romance that interested All Europe. Assassin worked in Paterson. He left the Yew Jersey City to kill to lib italian Monarch. Paterson. N. J., july 31.�?the report that Angelo Bressi. The Assassin King Humbert had lived Here caused quite a sensation in the italian Quarter. After a diligent search among the italians it was Learned that a Broad silk Weaver named Angelo Bressi aged about 32 years had worked in the silk Mills owned by Hamil Ai Booth in this City up to May 7 last. He left for Italy about that Date and nothing has been heard him since until now. Those who knew him say that he was a quiet temperament and an inoffensive Man. It is said that he had a wife and 7-year-old daughter who lived in Hoboken and that he visited them regularly every sunday. Where they lived whether they accompanied him his return to Italy could not be ascertained. Angelo Bressi lived in Paterson for Over a year. He appeared to have had various names. The one he gave when taken into custody for the murder the King Italy was one. Another was Angelus Bressi and still another the one by which he will he known to those who knew him in Paterson was Gaetano Bressi. His close Friend in the silk Mills was Caribone Sperandio the Man who a few weeks ago shot Down his Foreman and then killed himself leaving behind a letter telling How he had been selected by lot to kill King Humbert and having a Choice owing to his living so far away from Italy killed the Foreman instead. A few months ago a Man said to be count mole Teski the head the italian anarchists was in Paterson and during his stay Sperandio and Bressi were his companions and they showed him about the City and introduced him to others in the City. It would seem that his Friend having faltered at regicide Bressi took up his Burden where Sperandio refused it and went across the Ocean to carry out the decree that Humbert should die. In manners Bressi was quiet. Men who worked beside him in Hamil amp Booths Mill say he was the last one they would expect As an Assassin. He went about his work quietly. He spoke Little and volunteered nothing about himself. When there was a shop Call and the men went one their numerous strikes Bressi left his looms obediently but was never one the first. William j. Orr. The Foreman the silk Mill said today that had Bressi asked him for a letter recommending him to silk manufacturers he would have written him a Strong one. He was a Good Workman Broad goods he said and never raised any trouble. Among the better class italians nothing but words regret were heard today Over the killing King Humbert. A leading merchant Paterson who admitted his reason for not wanting his name mentioned was that to feared the anarchists and the mafia said he hoped the murder the King would Lead All nations to take vigorous Steps to stamp out the organization. He said no ones life was Safe if he incurred the enmity any Man in tin.1 organization. In discuss &te1g4f Sal 1 a a Natl Quot lived there had not been a drawing but that Caribone had been vouched for by Bressi that Caribone had weakened and Bressi had to take his place and Caribone kill himself. Paterson has Long been a hotbed anarchists. Men Here who Are familiar More less with the Workings the organization say that for years Paterson Lias contained More the society than any other City in the United states with the possible exception Chicago. There is a Strong socialist element in Paterson and the anarchists formerly worked with this element without allowing the socialists to know that it had the support the violent ies. The anarchists tried to control the so it la lists and failing dropped away from that it my i noun cd the socialists in cause their peacefulness and claimed that they were traitors. Although the socialists had never tried anything but peaceful methods and were purely political and Law abiding. The anarchists embraced every strike in Paterson for a Long time As a Means fomenting trouble and during the in at silk strike three years ago the strike that drove the silk Industry to locate factories in different parts the country the anarchists did More than any one else to bring about the removal the factories. Molineux get a Lona delay. New York july 31.�?judge Dugro the supreme court yesterday handed Down a decision denying the petition weeks and Battle attorneys for Roland b. Molineux. For a writ mandamus to compel recorder Goff to summarily decide the Molineux Appeal papers. Judge Dugross decision Means u delay Many months in Molineux Scase during which time the condemned Man must stay in the death cell. Eto succeed ambassador Draper. 53s- Ioro nor Wolcott Vin Echo act a tendered the italian min in Washington july 31.�?the president bos tendered the appointment ambassador to Italy to former governor Roger Wolcott Massachusetts. The Roger Wolcott. Italian government has been asked whether . Wolcott would be acceptable to it in such a capacity a formal Way observed in International relations. So far no response has been received to either the inquiries. Or. Wolcott is supposed to be in France and the president has communicated with him by Cable so that an Early answer is expected. Tin Yurina Plena in Alanna. Philadelphia july 31.�?the russian Cruiser Varia returned to cramps shipyard yesterday from her trial trip. During the run Back from Boston the ship was seeded with the View fulfilling the contract requirement 23 knots an hour for 12 hours. The trial began off Nantucket Shoals and a continuous Speed 23.6 to 23.7 knots was developed for seven and one half hours when an Accident to one the High pressure cylinders compelled the shutting off the engine affected. The Speed already developed has so far exceeded the contract requirements that the russian Board inspection unanimously agreed that the essential conditions the trial had been complied with. Mynta Rioa double tragedy. Waco Tex. July 31.�?a mysterious double tragedy occurred Early yesterday at the residence m. C. Kingsbury. A leading citizen this City. Duncan g. Mclennan jr., and Myron c. Kingsbury Brothers in Law were found dead in Kingsbury a bedroom. Their throats were Cut from ear to ear. Neither body was bruised except about the Throat indicating that no struggle took place and it is the general opinion that the men were murdered. Mrs. Kingsbury said she was awakened about 2 clock by a noise in her husbands room across the Hall. She says she ran into the room and found her husband and her brother dying. She saw no one run from the room. Vilken birr a Ailt and bribery. Wilkes Barre pa., july 31.�?the special committee appointed by City councils to make arrangements for investigating the charges bribery made by certain councilmen in connection with the passage an ordinance through councils giving a Scranton trolley company a franchise in Wilkes Barre met yesterday afternoon at the City Hall. Formal charges were then made that one councilman was offered $5,000 if he would vote a certain Way another councilman was urged to take $200 As a present and another was offered a valuable consideration if he would vote the right Way. It was decided to recommend to councils that an investigation be made at once. Tampico mex., july 31.�?in Donas Cicada a suburb Tampico 58 Bahama negroes contract labourers the mexican Central Railroad started a riot yesterday Over Ong their number being arrested. Many negroes took the part thir countrymen severely but Iga policeman. The mexican populace to k sides with the policeman. A pitch d Battle ensuing. The red fire with the mexicans two negroes were mortally wounded and 20 seriously wounded. A company in the infantry stationed Here was c tiled out to quell the riot. Only two mexicans were wounded one totally. Diamond digest tablets do destroy dyspepsia and restore the bowels and liver to perfectly natural action promptly Money refunded by any druggist. Gentlemen a i have been taking your Diamond digest tablets for two months past and am practically a Irell Man for the first time Iti 10 years. Everything i ate distressed me More less and i was All run Down from Lack proper nourishment. I am eating everything that comes my Way now. Without the slightest inconvenience. Two tablets after a Hearty meal and one after a Light meal seem to thoroughly digest everything and i am daily gaining flesh. daughter commenced taking them about two weeks ago for constipation and while they do not act As quickly As some powerful cathartic they Are positive and much More satisfactory because they do not Gripe distress her in any Way and the Relief seems to be a permanent nature. All other medicines have left her in worse condition after taking than before d. V. Bergen 27 Boyd ave., Jersey City. Dear sirs a i have taken one Box your Diamond digest tablets and they Are the Only remedy t have Ever found that stops the heartburn. I enclose 50c. For another Box. Mrs. Henry Cummings Pelican rapids Minn. Free Sample package for two cent stamp. Diamond Drufle co84 . Broadway by Coal do a l a w. Timetable. Or a i b in effect september 1st, 1899 a we la a Lio Inu West i j connections at Rupert with Philadelphia amp heading Railroad for Tanian end Tai Aqua Williamsport Sunbury Pottsville Etc. At Northumberland with p and e. Div. P. It. K. For Harrisburg. Lock Haven Emporium Warren Corry and Erie. Pennsylvania Railroad. Time table in effect May 28th, 1900�?T . . Scanton j>8ih la 6 45 9 38 2 is >4 27 it Aston a a a a 7 08 f 10 00 a 2 12 4 52 a. A. P. Wilkes Barre. La a 7 30 �10 55 3 �0 00 plym la ferry a 1 7 38 Fli 02 f 3 10 0 07 inn n anti cokes a 7 40 11 10 3 26 0 17 Mocanaqua. A a b "4 11 32 3 40 0 37 Wapwallopen. A a 8 13 11 42 3 56 6 47 8 24 11 62j 4 07 7 . A. 1. . Potts Villelo a 5 50 ? 12 30 \ r Hazleton a a 7 05 2 00 5 50 7 22 2 18 6 10 Fern 7 29 2 27 6 is Hock Glen. 7 a 2 34 6 25 8 00 3 00 6 50 Catawissa. A a. M p. be a 8 24 �11 52 4 07 �7 00 Creasy. A a 8 33 12 02 4 16 7 09 i qty ferry. A a t 8 48 12 to i 4 21 7 20 e. Iilo Ginsburg a 8 47 12 14 4 29 7 25 Cataw Lesaar 8 55 12 21 4 35 7 32 Catall Salv 8 55 12 21 4 7 32 South Danville a a 9 14 12 38 4 53 7 51 Sunbury. A a a 1 to 5 15 s 15 a. P. P. M . i 9 42 a 1 10 a 5 45 a 40lewis Hurt a 10 13 1 45 0 is. Milton. A flu 1 39 0 14 9 04 is 5�?T i 11 00 2 30 7 10 9 50lock Haven. A a 11 59 3 40 s 07 Kenova. A a . 4 40 9 00 Kane. A a s 25 . . Lock a Venlo �12 10 s 3 45 Bellefonte a 1 05 1 4 41 Tyrone a 2 15 00 Philipsburg a a 1 23 i 8 26 Clearfield. A a 5 07 9 09pittsburg. A a 6 55 i 30a. P. P. Sun Burylo 9 50 a 1 55 5 25 tis 31 Harrisburg. A 11 30 a 3 15. 6 55 10 10 p. P. P. Philadelphia., Are 3 17 6 23 i10 20 4 25 5 3 11 d 00 9 45 2 30 Washington. A a a 4 10, 7 15 10 55 4 05 a. . a 9 57 a 2 03lewistown pc. A 11 40 3 50 Pittsburg. A 6 55 �11 30 . A .51 p. Harrisburg la 11 45 in 3 45 in a a 30 i 1020 . A. Pitt Burgar 6 55 �1 1130 in 1 50 5 30 Pitts Burgly Harrisburg. A p. 7 to j 1 55 8 30 3 4 i 2 50 3 9 10 is 00 t 3 1u Lewistown Ujj. A a sunburyar1� m a 7 30 9 20 \ 8 00 3 0 i 5 00 Washington. La Baltimore Philadelphia. A a p. 10 40 11 41 11 20 �450 4 25 i 7 �5 s 45 s 40 a 51 10 50 11 45 12 25 Harrisburg la Sun bursar a. 3 35 i a 05 7 55 9 30 a. ¿11 40 1 10 i 4 00 i b 40 Clearfield a a Philipsburg. A a Tyrone. A a Bellefonte. A a lock Haven a . ,12 45 1 09 i 56 7 16 s 31 9 30 in 2 50 in so to 10 30 i s 00 a 9 28 10 12 12 30 1 42 2 43 p. 1 30 Kane. 7 55 i 0 "0 11 15. 0 40 10 30 lock Haven. A a 12 "3 . 7 88 11 25 3 00 Williamsport a a 1 05 8 30 12 40 4 h 1 50 9 19 i 27 4 .12 9 05 i 15 4 47 2 27 9 46 1 65 5 20 a. i m 1 6 50 9 55 a 2 00 5 48 South Danville Quot 7 13 to 17 2 21 0 09 Catawissa 7 33 to 35 2 80 0 27 Eblo Ginsburg. Quot 7 39 10 43 2 43 6 32 Espy ferry Quot 7 43 11&Quot 47 f 0 30 t a Ria syn a 7 53 10 50 2 a 0 40 Nescopeck 8 03 11 05 3 05 6 55 Ataw 7 88 1�. Nesco Peckov ,11 .55 a i 10 \ 7 05 Rock s 20 12 21 1 80 7 31 Peru Glen a s 33 12 27 1 42 7 37 Tom s 42 12 35 4 51 t 45 9 02 12 it 5 5 12 8 05 Pottsville a 11 30 2 0 30 1 m cd la Apaullo Pfnur mock Lauua. Nanticoke a in la my the ferry Wilks Barie. K c a 11 o.,c 8 18 ii 20 ii 31 8 48 i 64 1 12 02 o "5 12 to 3 19 a 29 3 is i 7 6� 8 00 Pittston in a 11 air y s9 12 41 j 4 52 8 36 Scranton a a Quot 10 08 i 18 a it 30 a a 0c workdays. I daily. F Flag station. Additional train leaves Hazleton p. In., Tom Hicken via p. In., Fern Glen 5.43 ., Rook nil 5.50 p. In., arriving Al Catawissa 0.25 p in. Pullman parlor and sleeping cars run Tiro Ali trains Between Sunbury. Williamsport and Fra Between Sunbury mid Philadelphia and via Hintt Quot ii and Between Harrisburg Pittsburg and the West. For further information apply to ticket agents / if. A ii tcjhn80h, j. R. Wood d in i Alt t Micro. Gen i pass new a a i n1 a York. a. _ . Barclay St. La. S to 00 i Klopher is. 9 30 10 00 ilol.okcn�?9 4 i. 10 if Sera 2 .30 1 52 daily m. . 3 Runton. 10 in ,0 3 35 Bellevue. 3 40 Taylorville. �0 is 2 03 8 45 ��?T50 Lackawanna. 10 23 2 1 3 52 5 58 Duryea. 10 24 2 1 s to a 02 Pittston. 10 31 2 17 3 6m 6 i Susquehanna ave. 10 3 2 20 4 02 0 10 West Pittston. 0 5 10 31 2 21 4 05 0 19 Wyoming. 7 i 10 1 2 21 4 09 0 11 forty fort. 4 13 Bennett. 7 0 1&Quot 52 2 31 4 10 080 Kingston. 7 i 10 5< 2 42 42 0 80 Kingston. 7 j 10 60 2 1 4 28 to Plymouth june. 7 12 47 4 3 Plymouth. 7 2 ii a 2 52 4 8j �43 Avondale. 7 2 2. It 47 Nanticoke. 7 3 ni3 3 02 a a 50 11111 la a. 7 3 11 u 3 10 6 5n Shicks Lionny. 7 5 11 80 321 a a a 7 jul Hicks ferry. S 1� full 13 3 35 a a a a 7 25 Beach Caven. S 1 11 48 3 42328 1 11 54 3 49 88 Briar Creek. F8 2 f 3 55 Lime Vidue. 8 3 112 �1 4047 58 k six . 8 3 12 15 4 11 s 03 Bloo Insburg. 8 1 12 22 4 17 is 08 Rupert. 8 50 12 27 4 23k 14 a8 50 12 32 4 29 8 10 be. 9 10 12 47 4 428 37 Uhn Luky. 4 49i theron. 9 20 1257 4 648 40 9 35 1 10 6089 00 a. . P. P. p. going East. Station. Pas . Pas. I Tab. Pay new Yong pm p. In. . U Iii Barclay Star. 3 30 5 00 0 40 Christopher St. 3 00 1 65 0 85 Hoboken. 2 17 4 40 25 Scranton. 10 05 12 551 0 a.111. . Am daily a a p. P. P. Day Scranton. 9 42 12 35 4 65 5 35 a 07 Bellevue. 9 3 4 60 6 3&Quot 9 02 Taylorville. 9 83 4 45 5 25 8 57 Lackawanna. 9 20 4 37 6 147 Duryea. 9 28 4 34 5 8 48 Pittston. 9 19 12 17 4 29 5 8 44 Susquehanna ave. 9 15 12 14 4 24 6 8 30 West Pittston. 9 12 4 21 6 830 Wyoming. 0� 126.8 4 10 5 0 8 22 forty fort. 9 08 4 10 4 8 28 Bennett. 9 0&Quot 4 00 4 0 8 21 Kingston. 8 57 1202 4 04 4 a 8 21 Kingston. 8 55 12 00 4 02 4 8 10 Plymouth Junction 8 50 3 65 4 1 8 18 Plymouth. 8 15 il62 3 61 4 4t 8 01 Avondale. 8 49 3 40 8 i Nanticoke. 8 35 a a 45 3 421 7 51 Hun locks. 8 27 3 34 7 40 Shickshinny. 8 15 ��3�o 3 247 Hicks ferry. 8 04 3 13 7 25 Beach Haven. 7 53 3 07 7 12 Berwick. 7 4-5 ��04 3 01 7 in Briar Creek. 7 -8 a 7 00 Lime Ridge. 7 30 2 48 0 52 Espy. 7 23 1046 2 42 0 15 Bloo Insburg. 7 15 10 41 2 30 0 39 Rupert. 7 0� 10 30 2 31 0 38 Catawissa. 7 03 10 32 2 20 0 28 Danville. 0 50 10 21 2 12 0 13 Chulasky. 0 07 Cameron. 0380 03 a. 0 25 in a a a 1 50 5 50 la . A. P. I p. Lor a Huite Coal Peggy a Coal Yard. Samples Peggs Coal May be seen at Browne a i it ook store no. 229 Mill Street where orders May be left and All desired information obtained. Local Telephone line connects Browne a Book store with Coal Yard. Or ice removed to Yard canal slip off ferry St. Formerly Woolley a Yard. Robert j. Pegg Coal dealer. Philadelphia amp Reading railway in effect june 1900. Trains leave Danville weekday Only for Philadelphia 11.25 . For new York 11.25 a a for Catawissa 11.25 a. a 6.04 p. For Milton 7.42 a. In. 4.00 . For Williamsport 7.42 ., 4.00 p. Trains for Baltimore Washington and the South leave Twenty fourth and Chestnut streets Philadelphia weekdays�?3.23, 7.14. 10.22 a. In., 12.16, 1.33, 3.03, 4.12, 5.03, 7.36, 8.26 p. 111., 12.21 night. Sundays 3.23, 7.14 a. M., 12.16, 1.33, 4.12, 6.03. 7.20, 8.20 p. In. Atlantic City Railroad leave in ballade tabla. Cheat nut Street wharf and South Street wharf. For Atlantic City weekdays express 8.00, 9.00, 10.45 a. M., 1.00 saturdays Only,h. 3.40 sixty minutes 400, 4.30, 5.00 60 minutes4.00, 4 30 15.00 sixty minutes 5.40 South St. 5.30 7.15, 8.80 p. M., acc oui. 6.15 a. M., 5.40 South St., 5.30 6.30 p. M., , 7.30, h.00, 8.30, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00 a. M., 4.45, 7.15 p. A com. 6.15 a. M.,5.00 leave Atlantic City weekdays express 6.45 mondays only7.00, 7.45, 7.55 from Massachusetts ave., 8.20, sixty minute 9.00, 10.15, 11.00 a. M., 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 accommodation 4.20. 7.05 a. M., 3.50 p. Sundays express 8.45 a. M., 3.30, 4.30,5.00, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 7,30, 8.00, 9.30. . A com. 7.15 4.32 p. A parlor cars All express trains. For Cape May weekdays�?8.43, 9.15 a. M., 2.15, a l. 10, 5.80 p. sundays�?8.45, 9.15 . 6.00 p. For Ocean City weekdays -8.45, 9.15 a. A. Dl.50 <1.20, 5.30 p. sundays-8.45,9.15 a. M., 5.00 p. For sea Isle city�?weekdays�?9.15 a. 2.16 c4.20, 540, p. sundays-8.45 a. M., 5.00 p. A South St. 4.00 p. B South St. 5.30 i. C South St. 4.15 p. D South St. 1.45 p. 51.00 excursions Atlantic City 7.00 a. M., Dally additional sunday 7.30 a. For Cape May. Ocean City and sea Isle sundays 7.00 a. M., additional Ocean City Only thursday. 7.00 new York and Atlantic City express. Leave new York Liberty Street 3.40 p. A leave Atlantic City s.30 a. Detailed time tables at ticket offices. I. A. Sweigard Edson j weeks uen. Superintendent. General agent. Ill h b p5 05 a. Z is is b 0 b =c5 i a c s 0. Pm Tel x 0 $ c a i 25 cts., costs. And 51.00 bottle. One cent a dose. This great cur promptly e where All others fail. Cough croup sow Throat hoarseness whooping cough and asthma. For consumption it nos no rival has cured thousands and will a cab you if taken in time. Sold by druggists a guarantee. For a Lamo rack Cheet Liso Shiloh s Belladonna plaster by. >hil0h�?Ts> Catarrh remedy Llave you Catarrh ? this remedy is Guaran toed to cure you. Price. 60 cts. Injector free. 5-Urinaryadiseasesav up a it a t�t2$. A ts0nocfi 0s/ocx$ ,0rpethp& 1h r Lamma Tirol a Active Jav re 5pecially value Elvin Proste tic Trou Buo cystitis pure Santal Ano saw Palmetto Etc Elk k by mail s in a sind St my . Pan american sold in Danville by to. D. Josh amp co., orders by mail sent to any Addrena

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