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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 20, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaIt. A. Railroad time table pens a k. K. East. Kit 7.13 . Y.14 a. M 10.17 a a 2.21 p. M. a a a a a sundays. 4 p. M. 10.17 a. M. East. 6.5s a. M. a a 2.11 p. M. �.10 a a k. K. W Felt. a. M. 12.17 p. M. 4.36 a a 8.30 a a sundays. \ it i. A it. 10 p. M. 13 it p. 11. 8.20 Quot Phil a a heading k. K. North. South. 7.42 a. M. 11.2� \. M. p. M. 4.�a 1. M. St Hekt 7 44 a. Met it it m p. M. 0-04 p. M. Job. Jukin foot surgeon Dent Stiv Piryt urn Bim Mill St., opposite the Post office. Ope rat i be an i Melian real dentistry a artfully Parlord Al. Teeth positively extract a i without a Las. The Ratel chloroform treat line an a filling Teeth As it Oei ult v. Jyl. 4 ask Wist attorney at Law office Over Paules drug store Montgomery Kull dind ill St let Danville a j. Brown the Eye a specially. Eyes tested treated fitted with glasses and artificial eyes supplied. 311 Market Street Bloomsburg a. Hours�?10 a. M. To 5 p. M. Telephone 1436. Roosevelt acceptance. Decl Roii to policy win kit by Jeffrry on. Oyster Bay. L. I., sept. 17.�?the letter of acceptance of Theodore Roosevelt accepting the Republican nomination for vice president is a document of Over 4,000 words devoted mainly to the Philippines question. He appeals to a fall Good citizens who Are far sighted enough to see what the Honor and interest of the nation aft a asserting that the re election of president y is of vital importance to the whole that to put into Pray tic tin principles of the Kansas City platform would in an Gravo Dos Aiter a Ahat 1 it Llcy of 16 to 1 is i m a it with destruction to every Horny in 1a a and that men who refuse to make the financial Issue ubi a do 6x1 us for raising it at Aii. Or. Roosevelt discusses briefly the question of trusts a la glaring that publicity As to capitalisation profits Etc. Is the Moat useful my sur for their control. Discussing the Philippines he says that a tin Narath 1 bet a n what Jefferson did with Louisiana and what is now being done in the Philippines is exact. Discussing til is but St a it a further he says the coi tit ution 1 r yet a a follow de the Flag the army officer and the civilian agent still exercise authority without asking the a consent of the a must prot it red in the Phllip plea with i n it Lon taking each m it becomes desirable. And a in Ting the details of our policy to tie a Uliar needs of the situation. Put As soon As the jr�9ont revolt is put Down and order established it will undoubtedly be possible to give the islands a larg r a sure of self government than Jeff i on originally gave Louisiana. Wcur it m King no new departure. Your it not taking a single step which in any Way affects our institutions or our traditional policies. Prom the beginning to have Given widely varying degrees of self government to the gift rent territories according to their needs. The simple truth is that there is nothing even remotely a s. Myhling a a imperialism or a a militarism involved in the present development it it of that poli y to x Ion which has been part of the history of America from the Day when she became a if fiction. The words mean absolutely nothing As applied to our present policy in the Philippines for this policy is Only imperialistic in the Sens that Jefferson s policy in Louisiana was imperialistic Only military in to it a us. That Jackson a policy toward the Semins Les or Custer s toward the Sioux embody <1 militarism and a there is no More danger of its producing evil r its at i. Now than the it was of inter with Freedom under a a a a or Jackson or in the Days of to a wars on the Plains. Our army is relatively not As Large As it was in the Days of Wayne we have not on regular for every thousand inhabitant. There is no More danger of a draft than there is of the reintroduction of slavery. It must be remembered always thut governing these islands in the interest of the inhabitants May not necessarily be to govern them As the inhabitant at the moment prefer to Grant self government to Luzon under Aguinaldo would be like granting a if government to an Apache reservation under some local chief. Kutier virtually a prisoner. Nat permitted a a to Emmet Tran Val Timmi cumm a a a portuguese territory. London sept. 15.�?according to the Lourenzo Marques correspondent of the daily Telegraph or. Kruger is virtually a prisoner in the residence of the District governor. This is at the instance of the British Consul who protested against or. Kruger using portuguese territory As a base for directing his executive. The French Consul has been forbidden Access to or. Kruger As have also the latter a own officials. The District governor has notified Herr Pott the Netherlands Consul that he pot who had acted As the Boer consular agent at Lourenzo Marques can no longer be recognized As a representative of the Transvaal which is now British territory. A i have had an interview with the american attache who is homeward bound a says the correspondent a and he is of the opinion that hostilities May drag on for a considerable time As the Boers in their despair threaten to fight to the death. A acting president Schalk Burger arrived Here yesterday to Confer with or. Kruger but he was not permitted to see him and he returned immediately to the the Imperial government says the Cape town correspondent of the Standard a intends at an Early Date to declare a state of peace in South Africa and to Issue a proclamation that Boers refusing to Lay Down their arms will be treated As chinese pen. Miker will Tinval on a russian warship. Alleged Franco russian plan. Maher out a nosed Jefford. Philadelphia sept. 15.�?peter Maher of this City completely outclassed Jim Jefford of California in two round is of what was to have been a six round fight at the Penn Art club last night. At no stage of the fight did the californian show any cleverness. Maher scored his first Knockdown in the first round with a left on the jaw. Jefford was evidently weak at the end of the round and when he met the irishman in the second round Maher went at him Hammer and tongs securing three knockdowns in Quick succession. It was evident that Jefford could not / stand another punch and although he made every Effort to get to his feet the referee stopped the fight. Amer Ionikh defeat world Cycle to. Paris sept. 15.�?the grand race of the nations one of the leading events of the cycling carnival at Vincennes was yesterday won by America. Great Britain Germany Italy Austria Belgium. France and Holland also competed. Each country being represented by three men. Cooper. Mcfarland and banker constituted the american team. In the preliminary America Defeated Belgium by eight Points to thirteen and in the Semi final heat America won from tally by the same score. The purse was 6,500 francs divided into individual prizes and three prizes for the winning team. role Leer arrested. Vineland. N. J., sept. 15.�?William n. Wright of Philadelphia was shot to death last night by Abraham Gal Blume. Of Rosenhayn near Here. Gal Blume had asked Wright to accompany him to Norma where he said a number of carriages could be purchased cheaply. Wright complied and while going along a a frequented Road Gal Blume shot him three times. Robbery was the motive As the victim Hall a Large sum of Money on his person. The murderer was arrested. Iliin Troila Wlton a double drown link Detroit sept. 17.�?Paul e. Dodt of this City a fireman on the United states ship Yantic and his Cousin Paul Salonko were drowned in the River yesterday afternoon the result of their boat capsizing. The boat was one of the yawns of the Yantic with a sail rigged in her. There were six men in the party but the other four Clung to the capsized Craft and were picked up. Dodt and Salanky tried to swim to the Shore and drowned in full View of several Hundred people. Fell two Hundred feet to death. Pottsville a. Sept. 17.�?jame9 Boyer of Minersville aged 21 years fell Down the Shaft at Oak Hill Colliery and was killed. To. In company with the stable Boss were looking after Tho mules in the mine. Boyer made a misstep and fell 210 feet. Nolfi first of m is. The population of Harrisburg is 50,167 in 1800. 39.385. The population of Erie pa., is 52,733 in 1890, 40.c31. Richard Croker has bet altogether $40,000 against $100,000 on Bryan selection. The population of Elizabeth n. J., is 52,130 in 1890, 37.764. Chicago Coal dealers have raised the Price for All grades of hard Coal from $6.25 to $7. The cattle disease known As a a anthrax apparently is on Tho increase in Wayne county Pennsylvania. Prince Albert of Saxony was thrown from his Carriage near Baden Baden his horse taking fright. He was instantly killed. Grand master f. M. Sargent of the brotherhood of locomotive firemen announces that he will not be a candidate for re election. At a mass convention of Missouri populists it Kansas City resolutions were adopted endorsing the entire democratic state ticket. Rather than wait 20 minutes la or a ferryboat six negro labourers took a Batteau to Cross the River at Savannah. A. It capsized and All were drowned. At Seminole Camp. Turtle Mound fla., in a lug Sun dance last week four braves had a bloody fight All being aspirants for the chief s daughter. All were killed. The girl then drowned herself. The american Transvaal league to assist the Boers will be organized at Chicago sept. 25. The step freight Steamer Howard l. Shaw for Lake traffic was launched saturday at Detroit. For a murder committed 14 years ago. Peter Austin a Farmer at Poughkeepsie. N. A. Was indicted saturday. With the thermometer at 20 above Zero it commenced snowing at Negaunee. Wis. Yesterday and continued All afternoon. In new York last night 60-year-old Charles Sibley kick d a dog that was Barking at him and was fatally shot by 26-year-old Louis Guiffra the dogs owner. Several convicted Ole Margarine dealers in Philadelphia were sentenced to from to a to thirty Days imprisonment and $50 to $100 Fine. It is announced by the director of the Dep that he Tion of Giu in. For n k diet la , ��1 mob comp Lien. I the h \ t 1 is i of the Intro to a plague into Bel i Brown and a Oes under in. Wore lynched i it. By a . Of. Bout 60 White Denim not in wife a Contrare that i Tievy Coy Dalit were Queenstown sept. 14.�?a press representative. On boarding the Cunard line Steamer Campania yesterday from new York handed to James j. Corbett the pugilist a number of dispatches relating to the charges made against him in new York. He read them and said a it is ridiculous to say that my fights with Sharkey and Mccoy were Corbett and Marguerite Corneille. The actress were booked As a emr. And mrs. her Mother was with her and Corbett occupied a separate state room. Vacation it Iii hip. In poisoning occasioned by Poison Ivy or Oak the skin becomes red. Swollen hot and irritable with intense itching and burning. As the Poison is due to a volatile acid a solution of baking soda or Sal oratus May be used or still better Strong soap suds. Later dry starch dusted Over the affected part is beneficial. Poisonous mushrooms cause Colic vomiting dilated pupils and muscular weakness. An emetic of hot water a my Mustard should be Given at once. Later a tablespoonful of Castor Oil and stimulants together with applied beat. The symptoms usually occur within an hour. When a person has been bitten by a Snake the wound should be immediately applied to the Mouth and the Poison removed by suction. It is believed the venom has no effect upon the Mouth unless cuts and abrasions Are present. The treatment of a wound caused by the bite of a dog is substantially the same. Wounds caused by tarantulas centipedes spiders bees wasps and other insects Are rarely dangerous. The local application of bicarbonate of soda generally relieves the pain at once. Wet fresh Earth common Salt or a slice of an onion Are also table talk. I Retty Neil i so fill tufted Edge. This Strong and attractive Edge pictured by the designer May be made with no. 00 Linen thread or no. 40 Cotton. In the Center of each Scallop is the three leafed Clover which gives the edging its name. The Edge May to used for trimming underwear or if made of silk for trimming silk waists. It ran also let a made of coarser Linen thread for trimming sideboard or Bureau covers of Linen. The directions Are As follows to make the three leafed clovers make a 5 �1 a 3 a 5 d a close repeat directions from a to three times and tie off. Thirty six Ltd these it in sold they Isnec in re Al to drum Imi Thel no a i i it a i it a Jilin me of l imn interest Mil he in Lueel in leu. Com Livoi Luud. London. Sept. 15. A Ali Hung Chang will he i a n on a a a it i d a russian warship at we Sung and Rived by the russians Al i Aku a says the Shanghai correspond it of the in Post a and he will be accompanied by the chinese minister of Accord i i i Ltd the times wiring wednesday. Earl i considers that the preliminary difficulty of the negotiations consists in the Noces Ity which he realizes of �1 bouncing Prince Tuan and his Ault a to the throne. He is of the opinion that it would to advisable for the allies to take the initiative by comping a list of those held a hie Fly. N and y formulating their demands accordingly. A other Shanghai dispatches locate the Empress dowager on sept. 8 at Hsing Chou two Days March from Tai-Yuan-1 �1. The times has advices from Pekin dated sept. 1 saying that 5,000 russians had arrive 1 there during the previous three Days. The Paris correspondent of the morning pest says a France and Russia 1 have been assured have agreed to demand tie Complete disarmament of China including Tho razing of the Taku forts and the fortifications and a. Canals elsewhere. 1 he russian legation in Pekin according to a Taku special dated tuesday was then preparing to move to Tien Tsin or to some Oiler Point owing to the difficulty of communicating with the Home authorities. Gen. Chaffee is preparing to make his troops c on portable for the Winter. When ask it �1 his opinion regarding Tho situation he is reported to have answered a it would he better for the United states troops to leave but in any event the chinese christians will be provided a Pekin dispatch of sept. 3 says looting in Pekin continue. Both authorized and unauthorized. Few houses Are guard d except those occupied by foreigners Tho palaces and those in the Sacia 1 City. Almost every House is destitute of furniture. Gen. Chaffee says could not have believed Tomt City w uld Ever to Given Over so completely to looters and he earnestly desires the co operation of any nation to prevent this. On the other 1� the missionaries complain that the sacred City has not been looted. They urge that the Royal family and it to r highly placed chinese personages who were behind All the trouble should be mud to suffer More than those who blindly followed them. The Vak of Chi eur Tioy a Riciki it of Ltd a Ltd a in a Hlynn Amqui Iii a it r. It a proportion. Berlins it t 15 he it Volks Zeitung. The % leading centrist Organ has received i advil s from Hankow saying a War of ext Rmina Tion against Catholic missions in China is assuming Grater dim. Sinns. The apostolic Vir Arate in South Shan is has been completely destroyed minding All the churches the christians have been driven away and their houses have been burned. In Tho a provincial capital. Tai Yuan fun. Which is the seat of the Bishop of North j Shan is. The Catholic orphanage with 300 orphans has been burned. A Germany has nut yet recognized i Hung Chang a a said a foreign office official a and she will wait to see what the other Powers intend to Dot before she acts. We do not believe the report that the uni Ted states government has recognized i i i lung cd i a a i r it we credit j the statement to t i. I t a Quot. Sent an i ultimatum t it China. In All probability i Hung Chang concocted the Story himself. A it is premature to consider what will be the effect upon the relations Between China and Germany of the statement of Baron von Ketty Der a Assassin that he acted under orders from the chine.,<�?� authorities. So far As the Boxer attack u p. Ltd Kiao Chou is concerned it wc3 unimportant and easily Chaffee Uta be supreme. Shaft re in Norfi a a Tran of a r Chi now co Ditroi into a i Sii Zimin. Washington sept. 15. There were no developments in the chinese negotiations yesterday with which the Public could be made acquainted the whole matter being still in the diplomatic phase and therefore not calling for military orders. War department officials Are awaiting word from the state depart cent As to the next step expected of the troops but it is now intimated that this next step will not be taken immediately. The situation has lost something of its acuteness owing to the change in the attitude of the russian government. No official confirmation has reached Washington of the postponement of the withdrawal but the fact is not doubted Here. Regardless however of the course to be taken by Russia it is now said that there is nothing in the american note of response to Russia that demands an immediate evacuation in the event that the russian troops Are called away. Instead it is stated that the control of the situation would simply pass from the state department into Gen. Chaffee a hands and it would be for him after conferring with the other military commanders to determine How and to what extent the american forces should he withdrawn. Clink a i Willi Init Liviu Ali sinter. New York sept. 15.�? the inquest scheduled for yesterday into the death of Katherine spam who was found murdered in her apartments on aug. 18. Will not he held until wednesday next. An Effort will be made to secure an indictment by the grand jury Iga Ilist Frederick spam tic 19-year old brother of the murdered girl. New York sept. 15.�?t was Learned yesterday that Paul Steibler the artist who on wednesday committed suicide and whose wife died the next Day of Poison s if administered had within the last is months spent a Fortune of nearly _ .n.oqo, which a Ante into his pot n on the death of his Mother. Of this it is believed that Only $200 in r it a in some Bank in this City. The 1 it in f both Steibler and i to but will find a it a ing Pla it in potters i id uni 3 the n claimed by some relative a r Friend. Arvurn r us inst How my d. A wet no a a a a a la a admitted Unni a a it w ilium frail Torl by. Sept. 1> the first really sen testimony in the trial of j r. Howard charged with having fired the shot that William Cool was Given yesterday. Bowman Gaines a local livery Man positively Howard As Tho Man who cat from the rear of the state House grounds and jumped Over the Fence immediately after the shooting James s us Burfield. A one legged and one armed cd. Pety sheriff of Clay county in Fie a tit Howard exalting by told him i hat to fired the shot that took Goebels life addin Quot i never six 1 t Down Irv Quot in but what i got neat or Mon a and this time f got i . He says declared he believed Obi Mountain friends would stand by Lam ail that 500 men could not take him to Frankfort for trial. Ali Ltd Denver f Are in is tar to. Pc Dora received by the Post a the i the and Tal i a they in it Protesta by t Reato of Sist. Where Iii ont it Rcd a a. Ept. It an to Han ont a Etc cd in san Miguec a in to. According to a dispatch governor Thomas yesterday. I ter at Cedar. Colo., writes indians Are Here catching z away Range horses and Oil doing so contrary to our is. Tie a it Kmen have to shoot if they done to do upon Trio Indian chiefs say they will make War upon the women i and children Ard murder the governor sent a Telegram to the Serreta y of the Interior demanding that Steps be taken to protect the settlers. The narc t troops Are at fort Duchesne Utah 160 Miles from Cedar. Twinn Rry it a ii quickly . Is 1 g yet jal., sept. 18.�?11 St ship her Dot brings the Story of a Quick suppression of an incipient insurrection at Salvador. Minister of War Castro was the instigator of a plot to remove the president Thomas Regalado. And have himself proclaimed president. To his plans to bring about the i Sui re to fun Castro deem i pc Essary to remove the colonel Ltd of the Barrack and hot him Down in cod bloc �1. In the that follow. <1 the whole scheme was unearthed. Castro was found guilty of murder and on sept. 5 a hot. With the death of the Leader the threatened insurrection subsided. May rfc0m r from her worm a t on ii it a a in a u re Illi it die with her Lover. Brooklyn. Sept. 17 Helen Southgate who was hot by Henry Grosve nor Barbour who at the same time committed Uit ids was operated upon in Seney spit i yesterday by surgeons who fun of s fully n noved from her breast the Bush t. The Young woman is resting Well. She is not yet out of Al diet but unless complications arise b r recovery is practically assured. While she is not now even nominally Ruder arrest it would seem to 1 the n of the Brooklyn police to Bavy miss Southgate detained. At least until the Story she has told has be n thoroughly investigated. The Hospital authority s have been re Quested to no a it the a Jlia a As soon As she his passed the danger Point. According to the Young woman a Story she and Barbour agreed to die together. He fired a shot into her breast and Tymn killed himself. She managed to reach the Home of her aunt where she confessed the shooting and removed to the Hospital. Miss Southgate was formerly the adopted daughter of mrs. Southgate widow of Bishop Southgate but the adoption 1.�?� a 1 been legally annulled. Barbour v a the son of a prominent new York Clergyman. Dodril Neil or her prawn Oil new York sept. 18.�?a double truck belonging to John Wanna maker backed off of the ferryboat mine la of the Fulton ferry line yesterday and both horses and Driver were drowned. A Helper is also thought to have or a drowned. The team was the inst to go on the boat on its Way to Brooklyn. The boat had just started from to Bridge v hot i the horse s i Elt a s fruit ened and started hacking. The Driver tried a to Stop them but failed. Sow \ a it a a labor i a Ion a Rove the. Albany n. V., sept. 17.�?the quarterly bulletin of the state Bureau of labor statistics for the Quarter ending Julie 30 shows an increase of 151 unions the largest quarterly increase yet record d. The gain in membership was 15,069. At the close of the Quarter the re were 1,603 labor organizations in the state with an aggregate Mem a a of 247,602. The number of organized working women was 10.782, which is an increase of 40 per cent within the past year. Owing to extended stoppages of work caused by strikes for higher wages and by the a the Price of building materials the number of unemployed members a labor organizations in the second Quarter exceeded the Small number in the same Quarter last year. Luni to Hnin it in Iii Homo. St. Johnburg vt., sept. 18.�?a wooden tenement building owned and occupied by mrs. Benjamin Gross caught fire Here yesterday and was burned to the ground. Or. Can is who was insane was taken fro i the building two or three Timo after the fire started hut he returned Rich time and is supposed to have Peri. Lied. He was mor than a t trying to t the place on fire sunday. Roil. A Settle in till country. London. Sept. Is or. F. W. Reitz state f i a of the abrogated South african Republic is going to Paris Are a a i to the or t Orla correspondent of the daily mail from which Point to will or. Ltd d to the United states he Achi Prol. I�1 v i a main. A Clover Leaf edging. Clover leaves will be required for a Rard of the edging. With two threads he Gin the Edge. With one thread make 4 d a 1 a 3 d a 3 a 3 <1 a 1 a 4 1 a close. With two threads make 3 d a 3 a 3 d a 3 p. 3 �1 h. With one thread make 4 d s. Join to first p of a three leafed Clover. With two thu ads make 3 d s. Join to Side p of the Large ring 3 a 3 d so repent directions from to it a eight times. With two threads make 3 d a 3 a 3 �1 a 3 p. With one thru no a make 4 d a 1 a 3 d a 3 a 8 d a 1 a 4 d s. Repeat until the Edge is of the de sled length. This May be set Between two hems of Ilni it Lawn for trimming a child a dress with very pretty effect. Sen nto dealer arms Neil l tin Pnno c1�rk do Mont off tin Ali Ivins. Scranton. Sept. 17.�?yesterday was positively devoid of any excitement in connection with the strike. At the mine workers Headquarters organizer Dibber about during the greater part of the Day chatting with the other officers and being interrupted Only by a question now and then Over the Tele phone from some local Union officer personally a to some Point not cleanly understood in the instructions sent out from the Headquarters to the local unions. Scranton dealers have had their store of firearms completely exhausted by the demands of the past few Days from the Small storekeepers up and Down the Valley. The larger sized expensive revolvers Are almost exclusively specified in the orders and from this it is gathered that it is not the miners but the Bosses and company clerks storekeepers and the like who Are doing the buying. A mass meeting of miners was held it Throop yesterday afternoon. It was attended by 3,000 and was addressed by organizer Fred Dilcher. He assured the men that they had the strike As Good As won. And that All they Hall to do now was to keep away from the company a property and discuss their grievances in their Halls and not on the streets and avoid Tho saloons. The Lackawanna Region is completely tied up today and not a single Colliery is being operated. The men seem to have Gerat Reliance on th1 judgment of the officers and obeyed the order to keep away from the companies properties. Superintendent e. E. Loomis of the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western and superintendent c. Rose of the Delaware and Hudson mining departments declare that a great Many of the men want to go to work but that they fear the majority. Dot if a a \ vol it colons Itin. The minister of Costa Rica at Washington see or Calvo hits received a cablegram from the minister of Costa Rica at paria which conveys the information the t the president of the French Republic m. Loubet who was the arbitrator appointed to decide the Boundary a a. Matiun b a it Ween Costa Rica and Colombia by his award fixes the bound to line in Tho Pacific in be at Punta by Erica As claimed by Costa 1i� a and in the Atlantic denies the right of Colombia to any part of the to Iii of Nicaragua or any portion of that of Costa Rica beyond Mona Point. It a v. Int Liila Idelphia. Phi . Sept. 17.�?the first greek a it a that has Ever visited the unit a d set it anchored in the Delaware River last night. The vessel is the Corvette a Niarchos Minnis which 1 it St. Thomas on monday. The vessel is a d i. O As a training ship and it. N a a a i i a number of naval a i. H at of Phila Delphia by i King of Greece in order that the naval cadets on Board May have an tit Unity to visit the ship a eras Well Ian s of Pennsylvania. I a 1eek Consul general went on Board the Minnis this morning. G i i Inyo a firt Den Iid on the Chinero government. �o0lesale executions unwise a a a mini do. Inn us it it ii Nii 11 or Ltd a try a it a a a Llu a civilised it in a a it Iii la tir itto a a it. It i a tin Ifni a i Sittl liar Ali Innel. It. Lin. Sept. 19. The foreign of fit has it a circular note to a All the Powers announcing that the German a a a l Ament considers that an Indis-pciisahh1 preliminary to the beginning of negotiations with China is to a a livering up of those who were responsible for the outrages. The note declares further a wholesale executions would he contrary to the a ill led conscience. And the circumstances of such a group of loaders cannot he completely ascertain d. But a few whose guilt is notorious should he delivered up and punished. The representatives of the Powers at Pekin Are in a position to give air bring Forward convincing evidence. Less importance attaches to the number punished than to the character As chief instigators us leaders. The government proposes that the cabinets concerned should instruct their representatives at Pekin to indicate those leading chinese personages from whose guilt in instigating or perpetrating outrages All doubt is the publication of count von Buelow a note was decided upon because it was deemed Best to let the world see that Germany had nothing to hide regarding her real Aims in Chinn. The diplomatic corps Here so interprets it. The note shows also that count von Buelow a sober and moderate views regarding the chinese muddle and its solution have now triumphed Over emperor Williams More expansive plans. The fre Sinnige Zeitung says. A this is in striking contrast with emperor Williams instructions to the departing troops to spare no one and to make no Nicin in Story to Hast it in Irner of la to. �1 Jin had Little he know till v pre1 the. Us it lieu Nur con bilious Merit capt. hark hour lost 1 his r Eaas Mcaooo i fatally Jurel. I in. A shoes Ted the f the 2a.v i gtd. A i Dov r. De i a kept ii it it ii re a a \ i t r d. A differ. K Riel and pret rep All and Haj the regulars c of Philip q. Chi m. Liila in i i Tei f n r and Robe get own Annc 30 p. In., am 15. The two re. R do la Raro known ills and Union or . Bin us their chief and uni 3 it Ste iday after a Ting at the hotel ii in a. Dupont a. Anth. Y Hig a it to i. Ulars. Were. Id a of was not present but was a r Mitt of consisting Chan and Henry Kington e. 13. Shur. of t g. Houston of Meed their decision called for a meet ate Central commit to r. T. ii was tin. Tii to be us Fulara c1 Ai 2 v ill Eccl cd at a cel -.1 in it a. Lug o elite committee of the and i Dies Fil next tues y 1 1 1 of John. In Union to i of \ a i Ai lieutenant governor. Bari ill j l. Cd non i. Ridgeville a filly Sev i Cenor Russ or. Louis a. \ 11 i 1 regular1 . Fifty h Walter o. Hof i. It. Of a. It a i Smyrna Ite to 13 1 ure r. La Dun is uhf Mil Armid Iwer Dot to dior of Maccou its. Purnell Gill is. B. N pm in ii Lari ves l. I. Ante Cor Sstoner. Or. Jeorge w. Refi Matsi Mil i Nion attorn y pin Cronl. It is a her�?T., it ii. Ward Union Wilin Iii ton. A a. Loud ii yes 1 13 i. \ la Ativo Lovvo in will in it on a Ltd of Llu Al Riuz Liala. London sept. 19.�?"on the eve of i Hung changes says the Shanghai correspondent of the daily express wiring yesterday a the received a strongly worded cablegram from lord Salisbury declaring that the British government would insist upon tin return of emperor Kwang us to Pekin us an absolutely essential Condin n of pm a a negotiations without which the a solution of the chinese Empire was inevitable. Lord Salisbury informed Earl i that All a desired to preserve China but nothing would divert them from their irrevocable in tuntion of punishing those responsible for the outrages whom they would if necessity pursue All Over the German note backed by lord Salisb my a declaration is by far the most important declaration of policy yet issued by any of the allies. As the daily mail remarks a a Germany a circular no has turned the tables on Kii Sia. Who evacuation proposal had put Germany into an awkward Corner. Now. If i in assents to the German note so will be unable to continue top. It As China s lenient and forgiving file and. While if she dissents Russia will Lay herself open to the charge of rid ring the punitive expedition to a i morning papers have for what is called Ger i Rabie the times a to wish that the credit u h a proposal belonged Britain. The morning Post it i it and Well reasoned editorial j it ints out a grave objection namely that if the real authors and instigators of the uprising should prove to in identical with the personnel of the Chin e government. It can petted that they will delves up. And that if the Arment should he design Ity. It would be under the Powers a condition of i terminable by the con j revolution pro 1 Ament. A there i s the morning Post Quot the ubi carefully weigh the Ore committing hemselves.�?T. n s in Rel it. I at the St. Charle i a a in night end whose to i Luis he i mysteriously Isip s s positively id Retif Lcy a yes i i us Henry Gro it a or Ltd n of the Rector of the j the beloved disciple of a. Tim Rev. Henry m. Rwjr i id. was mad a in a i a a a himself. A that is my i a the tears running h a us. A i know who th5. her at Good ground. A a hip at the a 5 to iams. Aged 6 a a capt York. I staff Ca Cago. Or. 4 n a cd 25 try fastest automobile. It. K. i a or Vealra of Twenty Oil Krociel. Hoboken. N. Sept. 19. A not in Man years has the Guttenberg Rac track on the Hill a Hind the new Jersey Palisades pre need such an animated and business like appearance As the r. I. A the Lor do Little but or ii Many so goes so far a for making s to on alone. In h liver them a Nard As git ban of the 1 things Only quest of China or 1 Dueing a new gov a Powers Nutter it did yesterday at to Itati people flocked to g in the revels saturday and make a coi f provided it in tie Boi Gram was l eral Kin is he Tore around Pace which horse that c old eclipse several of to record of 7 by an Imp said to have g. Rost Wick May Hine us announced t for the dista k. Vanderh new por Bostwick a is covering the r mile. 1 27 4-5, Krucli i li.,1-on. So a govern mint governor a it of the depart an rope. The a satisfy him. Really going ment of the graphed to l a dutch win to Holland in Lourenzo less Accomma alleged a a Chambers Dice Bonebr William sen Kersburg be then Cycle. Gymnasium and Tennis shoes. Tufik celeb rated mines Una proof hublx�?~1 hoots a. P Tratz. S Mon ? Thom and h w a a. H. Grone my m Row i Vlf a pm Iii Aluir i us i my it no no i a or Millu. Man la it 17 Gen. Wright Ltd of the philippine commission is preparing a Bill for Harbor improvements Here. It contemplates an appropriation of $1, 0. I i Gold for the construction of protective dockage. The proposal is favourably commented upon apr Ltd ally by the spaniards and the carrying out of Tho work which will to compleat d in at 18 month will be greatly Bend fit i to to Commerce. My do in l driven out to la a Llover. Capetown sept. 17.�?the military authorities have taken Over the Netherlands railway. Gen. Mcdonald operating in tie northeastern Corner of Orange Colony compelled the Boers to make a Hasty flight from the vet River. He captured 31 wagons a Quantity of cattle and stores and 65,000 rounds of Rifle ammunition. Be coded. T. A. Slocum m. The Lien and scientist will Semi free to the of hinted three it Ottly a of his newly discovered Cine it lies to cure Consul Uptou and All lung troubles. Nothing Coull be fairer More philanthropic or carry Mote Joy to the Ailiin Tel a than the Oiler of t. A. Slocum m. C., of new York City. Confident that he has discover a a reliable cure Fogt a consumption and All bronchial Throat and lung diseases general decline an i weakness la ass of flesh and All con lotions wasting and to make its great merits known be will Send free three bottles to any Reader a it the american who May be suffering. Already this a new scientific course a a Medicine has permanently cured thou Sands of apparently hopeless cases. The doctor Consin ers it ids religious a Lutyk a duty which he owes to it human itys to donate his infallible cure. He Lias proved the dreaded a consumption to it be a curable disease beyond any doubt and has on tile in his american and european laboratories testimony in is of experience from those Nen fitted and cured in All parts of the world. Done to a Chi a until it is too late. Consumption unite raped Means Speed by and certain death. Address t. A Slocum m. To 98 Bine Street Newyl it re and a when writing the doctor give express and Post office a la press and please mention Reading this article in i the american March i 9 11 a Al 11� it �1 r won i ii t re a to t Ionel line a. Paris sept. 17.�? cording. Of Holland v is i tor in the 21 hour International bicycle contest for the Gold cup. Which began at 6 p. M. 8at-Iinlav Atys i mini a. He covered 956 kilo a ters and 775 met tors. Walters of England the a Furnier Champion brok�1 th�1 worlds records from four hours to if hours. During the twentieth 1 Laspy it it. I he amerita is did not in this race. Trout a lire a a of or Nlle it. Wiik Escarre p.�., sept. 15.�?the gr1e\ c Rind Tow of the brother. E Lehigh \ i in a a. 1 were ius Ltd act session Allda it , end last night the local brotherhood i held a so ret meeting. Its r ? thu a was a Strong sentiment in favor of taking Sony Steps which would bring the officials of the i a High Valley to terms on the wage quest on. Ii is claim cd that the Valley is i a a its firemen and b w a a s than any Otho i Road in the Ltd entry. Imn it or at and the w. Or. But tha be i t a Vii a .rn a. Re a rat la a Llanil. A w to k s it. 17. in b Randolph. A vol i. In Art crili1 of this City was killed by a foil Down stairs in his a it no n West Twenty first t a a rident loot place Scort in a r a r. Day Midnight Ami death Carus it 9 . I Skull having i in Fra Tui 1 Gay the . Or. Randolph of a or a a i s m id i a a ii the purchasing Art critic of the Goulds. Huntington. Mills nne is veral a Tbs r prominent families Phi of a Iii Fyrn in i. A a a a a n Friend. A it. 17. Driven to a los Rhc her new Yot life in a a d not of tin loan la Ltd it i it �11 i ii the ill the r m with in 15 anti it to a York. New York my yesterday taking $5.�k 0,-i Man govern. Quot a a a neg Tiab d Ning Post says a the Deal thus As of the loan and Marks tin tons carried on y Between Lead Oun i a raft a. A Rufon Ylo in no la la a. I la Oil it a fla., sept. 15. A Man top. It it be Frank Mcgill a it of Brownwood tex., Killil himself Hio to la a 11 it a night la came her a from j son. Miss., and told several people be b a lost a daughter and the o a and Hildron to the Salvo Stop flood. Am leg Liis Efry its was a letter Froin tin slip r of the first National bulk of Biown i de. Tax. Lichy a celery nerve com Pound of a r All nervous a list a ass. Neuralgia run it Matini. Nerve a 1 ability. Paralysis Bil in it us no is. Lys he via. Cost Veness piles liver complaints kidney troubles and of a male a complaints. It go a is to the seat Oft he disease Ami cur a is Trio roughly and s a a a a Lily. Sold by Rosslian is songs pharmacy of a Chical pc ration t y the fear that he would Lee by final Ial trouble the result of Over Confidence in a Friend. George s. Forbes Teller of the first National Bank sought seclusion in the South Chicago hotel last night and deliberately shot himself through the heart. A letter addressed to i Mother Lay upon th1 Bureau in which he guv the reasons of a or taking his life murdered in i a Lute to it a to to re. Chicago. Sept. 17. Peter Hartman a resident of Burkett. Ind., was a tacked by three highwaymen while walking to Van Huron Street near state in Broad Daylight yesterday dragged into Thalley at the rear of the Trocadero theater and a murdered for his Money. The assault was witnessed by several persons but before they could Coine to Hartman a assistance the robbers escaped and Are still it Large Hartman s Skull was crushed with a pop bottle and he died on the Way to the Hospital. I Tulic in a Al i wire a a a death. Chicago. Sept. 19. Mrs. Florence Buehler �1 at the county Hospital monday evening because her husband. I Ernest Buehler. Frightened he a. He threatened to kill her. Sii was so terrified that she of ill unconscious a nth a the Striect where they were walking at 111 time. Afterwards by her was locked up in he police station where he committed suicide by Pun Turing the artery in his wrist with a pin. Mrs. Buehler. After Fulling unconscious was taken to the Hosp a a re she remained until her a Bath. A pocket cold cure. Kra uses Del in ure is prepared in capsule form and will cure a a old in the head Throat cheat a or any my Rii a ii of the Ihmie in 24 hours Yon Don t have to Stop work either. Price 2.�?~�. Sold Byky it Sonia a a son pharmacy to t the last ing i in the the $ Val tire it i i Kuhe a Huj a. Reliable Tia shop tor All kind of tin roofing. Spouting and cd no ral Job work. Stoves. Heaters. Ranges furnaces Etc fillers tie Imbt a a Ilin to of Best John Iii so it no. 116 e. Fro to 3t. If Ither n or c is a a a a / ? v a it he ill Ltd it in sin red Cross Tansy pills the ladies for suppressed fist Raetia painful so no re Iea if \ Rotl Vifor a Imar a 11 my lift its Ricoo Pri pint rim de Cik Hou co. Momma. Iowa

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