The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 23, 1900 Page: 1 of 6
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Or.JAMCS ^4. CALDWELL,
" V PRACTICE LIMITED TO
Disease* of Women: Genlto Urinary Organs,
Pilesand all di#e.HM- of Rectum ana Rupture,
and a" Nervous Diseuat*. Office overJBray Bros
simavD at tks postopotob as sbcond class mAil mrnut
P. t. (LESS) WHITE,
■ ' '■ i-tftE'
guaranteed. Agent tor Sweat, Orr A Cos
\ ' MsKINftffV, TUM.
*m PEB YE4H
M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THUJKfclMY. AUGUST 23, 1900.
fitted Hi Their tffsrts to Secsre
a Negro Prisoner
la that fete City, Dsrtay Mhick a Bay
' tad a Baby lata Their lives tad^'l
Syaamile Baguge k Dace. 0
£3j§ Bejffrpi en 1 ami
i'erfc. SihD dVrtng mm
luwl confesaed to having attempted
on? Monday t<f- aasapft NHt
Hte&ML toughtcr. of Mr. pnd grs.
Maas, indubtrloux ami respectable peo-
ple*!^ #ifc,Ou I***!*/ Hill.
-ite «lory el bl ".nf« lon ctmJ ,tlul While tfce <locaw«t Ie .j**
*,hM,r* 'h""!'rh to ti,f (MMdMthm of beta* a hmk.
"■*' lho"" '"1 O.Klit g.tor.a of H;1Jlt c an2-3 propoeltlon lor
•bout the •iwwtooa en.l fciT«l ntKMLUoB,. ,t it i« mted
doors The prison wr.s rooftj pa-keit
II Hiu Chaw's riea for a Gessa-
tit* of Hostilities
NOT FAVORED BY THE CABINET
Ar. am BP K?A'« ■JtsPLv|vf *
Jf>' ■ C ft I h 4?! *; ■
ii ChinclMlMMt by Its Firm Tom |a4
Washington, Aug. 23.—After a long
coaf*V%ii£e at the white house the-re-
ply of theUnited States to the applica-
tion of U Hung Chang forth e appoint-
ment of peace comminBtpaers was com-
pleted and a cdnr otAhe reply 0en| to
the Chinese minister, Mr. Wu, fcf fie
forwardwl to Earl LI. The state depart-
fcut mode definite announcement that
thf yepfy had been conveyed to Mr.
Jfc'u, but added to tis official utteranc:
^bat the correspondence would not be
made public until Thursday morning,
y™p, V>f t^ repIr * MH lo ty ; Weehlnsttn, AtaH
f ." "' <' Tuwdiy .vii
* T*' * I, I $. '$ § f * f I I-,.
Tttfe AttMHisairt,ei)iyn «iii#ny ctwf-
ucterUed br ita firm tone and Us tear<
1ty tti Ifeynote u the presidenfrat-
Utada aa laid down in the American
! note of July 3, and there is the strictest
, a«ih«*reuce to the points enunciated at
ta Hat Effect, aa TMs Natka
ftaaraatea af tWaaaa In*
voted to a discussion of the attoitkm
is ^ ^Stre wtra only foot' mem-
hara .a< Um cabinet present— Secrata-
rtaa Gage, Hitchcock, Wilson and
Postmaster General Smith. The mes-
sage received from Karl LI Hung
Chang was carefully considered, a*
also was the dispatch frpn the other . . ....
viceroy., but replle. bav. ot been re-i" 00 """ r0U •l,ould be *« lMt
turned. It _ , us now. unless the new questions have
BRYAN TO REPUBLICANS,
Bm Srgas4rhta So OMtllMlr lilKti fes
tb« OemocniU* TlekM. . ' i
VOL. 17, NO.30.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 22.—Mr. Bryan
addressed a large audience of Sanders
county people at Wahoo, the county
aaat, Tuesday afternoon In the open,
speaking for over an hoar. Through-
out, he appealM to Republicans to
vote the DemaaStic ticket. Giving
reasons lor bM appeal, Mr. Bryan,
"I want td talk to you Republicans,
believing that you are just as enxloua
to help your country and help your
fellows by your vote as the Democrat,
the Populist and the Silver Republican^
IT I did not bate faith In the ho^atr. r
to please men who all agree with me.'
But I desire to show you, if I can, that
it is your duty to vote with us this fall,
"If you were with us' in 1K9G, there
was decided, however, to
reject the appeal of the Chinese gov-
changed your opinion, or unless you
those who .have read the anawer -rnment made th b Ja ,. ! have changed, your opinion on the old
b iVA A Sft *4 1% I'll V, ,i n 1 M I # • . n«ft A ft# i /\m * ■ Til i A V ^' # V. '< 11 a ■■ _ b a m m
questions. But I don't believe yod cap
flbd In this county any man who voted
< with ua in 1896, and whu understood
with the mob. aivd the oSttcre oftcitvl
no resistanc'e. as Pe* k had bean uuictiy
taken awav to C^Tfiand ^*^
To *ati r> the mob the officer* bug- U nited StaU« places itself in the po?i f "o~h"_ r.^n in i^tthc jBSue8 then befor« the country, will
gested that a conimiltre of «ix be ap- ticn of being rcadv at the proper tlnio toniniunlcated to I t Hunr Chaa* Th.>haI S« his mind on those issues and
pointed to search all the ceils and go ;to take up peace negotiations, but in Ti . , Y ^L
through every part ,pf the gilding ;thi present vua ettlod coadltton oft.,?' °n J - on non-com-
with care and have bad a part in Its Chang for ^ appolatment of Mlnlfc,
N proration _Umt rejection ^ probably Ur or ^ ^
tr.^ta 'T t0 'PI! ft0 ?' ThC to negotiate for the elation i
Thla was done, and as the negro wa;i afaiis In the empire, the lack of
not found, a veil wan made': "Now for |kno«wledge as to Who are the responai-
the county Jail. Give ux the negro, ami j l>le rulers and what conxtltutea the aci-
We will deal with him." u.ti Chinese government, it is amde
A mad n^sh followfd fu*- tl>« j.ul. and~« tcarr that the tline has not arrived for
soon the SAil Waa in the hand^ Of th>' [uii^iilng the n>>gntlatlohR proposed,
pllauce of the Chine«e government
with the specific provisions of the dec-
now believes that the Republican party
was right In 189G. Therefore, I want
to talk with you about some of the-new
going through the private
apartments of the Jail, the crowd
started to batter down the Ma Iroi:
doors I>eputy Sheriff Stone stood m
riie foimnl courtesy of diplomatic prr>
cr*!ure ia pr-eaerved. document la one of
firmness and force The position that
negotiation* are iroposelble with a fov
ernment which can iK>t ■ preveut hoa-
tiIttiejj against the forcea of the pow-
ers which are aent to theChtoetie capi-
^rtfiJLJhc ^owd Oiat Peak 'tal to Bavathclr eovoya. __ ~
copiM pot. be found in there, and he] The departirit authorixea tha4
t^kd tke epopH in the ia b to «ele<t a ' annoua«-eraent of the receipt at au
cORimi|tea and Be would allow the com- hour WednaMay morning.
la ration of t|>e Ualted States, under |iwuee for f little while, and ee If there
date of AHg. 12. At present this gov-|i8 * mau who voted wlth ua ou the °^a
ernment is very much in the dark M,laiiU®a *ho are now with us on the new
tb who or what the government off"1**' and W,U ^ 011 the old one« Th*
China is, and^untll the atmosphere hyim*n mln<* consistent. A man will
Tie Minister Says iegatlsMrs Nad
k Reached the Unit
COtHO NOT HOLD OUT LOMiCR.
Says rally Twa Thaasaad Shells Mfara
Thraws at Vhen aad 6lves Uit
af kmtikm CosaWta
in the patriot bun. and In the goOd lb-j Waahlngton. Aug. 21.—Minister C6n-
tentlona of the Republicans, 1 would
not asake spaaahta at all B^na i^t
would hot want to> make so
|fcar gives ajrraphlo de^rjpttoa or the
acen<H Incident to the oeeupation Of Pe-
fiiu He say^lbe legations were some-
speeches and do so mneb work AmpljfXwbat starved, and tbdt an attempt was
made to annihilate them the day be-
fore the allies got in. That day the
Chineee flred on them all day. The
Araerieaa lose was seven marines hill-
ed and fifteen wounded. In eleven daya
over 2000. ehells ware shot at them.
The Japanese blew up a gate and kill-
ed many Chlneae. The imperial fam-
ily, he aaya, have left
N Aft It ATI D IN NOTES,
Wailsas of Mm
CAUSES A STIR.
SilUI Bmts ta j tfm i'eeuUar at a Colnrea Oft,
PIVE FIEKCELY FIOHT,
vjpagiuau, Tex., Aug. 21.—Delia COop-
gone to llll- f«T, a colored girl, aged 16 years, baa by
Paaaia* rebels aurrendered
nois to deliver aama
Ben Eddlng, IB years old, was drown-
ed in the natatorium at Tempb}, Tag. A
Charles Muxon fell from i wagon inu-iilgence/ and U Industrious. She
near HaUettaville, Tax., and brok* hia 1 been the victim of a atrange
neck „ ,•. _• f ttocination, or rather a seriea ot
& ' - ; ,,
Aa«l « R«««lt Two er Mm rwrUst "r
o'clock, twelve aitfiisl(:;%
The National 'Reporters' aaaoclatloti j luclnatione. . She will begin By
her peculiar actlona for the |Mt ten B«<h ot SMla plate sHkwltie fcMlppihK* *
days catued a stir of bewilderment j between Gabe and Cicero Copeland on '
among thy colored people on south I o4a aide and John and Chgrlea Baker
Kim street. She Is a girl of ordinary | and another brother on the oilier. Aft*
er the battle was over Gabe Copeland
was found dead an* Cicero Oopehuad
rtally wounded, antf It la
aince died. Gabe Copeland wad
ahot through heart and Cicero
Copeland waa shot through the kid-
neys. Charles Bak** shottSVeugh
the bhoulder, bot tlMT
R«m | a Report.
Washington, Aug. fl.—The bureau of
navigation haa received the fallowing
cablegram from Admiral Remey:
Taku, Aug. 19.—^Authentic re porta
from Pekln, Aug. 15, from Lieut Lati-
mer. Troops moving on Imperial city.
Clearing out Tarter city. All Ameri-
cans who armed In Pekln are all r'ght
Cap.t Meyers recovered from wouud;
has typhoid, crisis passed and now con-
ing a lullaby to an ImaginaryinfiHt In
her arms, tlien she will cry like an In-
,lant. aucceealon her WMNlS
and actions change. She mewa like a
eat, bleats Hke a ebeep, braya like a
ttomw; crowa like a rooater and bar *ahot Bkrougl)
_ . • moaif vlolcut time ia when .under the The trouble originated from umlly
Vo° *®®Thallo«|R'a^ba that ahe ia a dog. when [ troubles. Johb Baker having warrled '
A : the Copeland aleter tome time ago.
a " They are now Separated. The sher-
iff and County Attorney Rove want up
there last night to arrant -the parttel- '
pants and take the anteir?*tem_state-
ment of Cicero CopejandU and Judge
Hobhouaen; rem^enfTsir 'atfa defend-
l<e<*omea clearer, ao that we may tfjow Principle that he believes In ( valeaeIng Assistant Surgeon Lippett
whether there really u* a ret ponaible to ^v^ry^^uestlon before the pnbllc if
head in l'ekin who can treat with us,'you WIH, l®<t give him time. A man
was wounded in upper left leg. bone
fiactured. Leg saved; now recovering.
Of the prlaon doors and made
mlttee eo searrh th«* )atl fn>m tor to
A committee qulrkly *"l*ftt:d
and Ih# Jail ^a« «-nr«nrd r\erv rfl!
being i eeretl li:t< .^utinrtivl tluat thf
negro was rot thrrr t io rushed
Ali'! tutLClJ opeu tbv
doq^Paf M^TbOert bouae The <>ouri
through (h«^ (onsul at Che Foo, of a
telegnpfn from Minister Conger, In *h#
debarment's cipher, to the following
r fTt cti
IVkln. A"g 19 -Secretary Of state,
U i^htngtou: T^.<* entire city, with tb'v
i-*rrj tiap of the imperial palace. Is oc-
(itpled by Japan sat. Russian llrltish,
Americana and ^^canch. It is being
par ;r«l and alt the . , .
rb*4 ihr*. I, l"to dLtrlrt. for p..ll^
irf fi^Sartrvont. A start waa mad-'
and whose guarantee to protect o ir!w^' out \^f his way on one issue.
IK-ople and Intcresta in the empire hut ,f h<? *°<>* out *ntl begina to apply
would be worth considering, the whol** ■ a'^ questions the principle that he
natter of treaty making will be held spplled to the one issue, he Is apt to
In abeyance. This government doee ^ *kh on aU iaauea. We had men
not. forget that at pn-sent it has a ln 1896 who <hamP to us on the sllvei-
t"*aty with the Imperial government '.Qoaatlon. Republicans who were not
which fully guarantee* to protect the • willing to turn over and vote the Re-
live* and property of our people, j publican ticket Just becauee the Re-
Thl* Ireaty has Wn violate,!, and Itn publican-party had changed lis position
guarantees wholly disregarded. In on thla money question—Republicans
\ ew of this fact, the president will 1 who were In earnest In 1WJI. when th« y
hesitate l«*fore he conaenU to enter denounced the gold standard; KnpubH-
Into another treaty. The rarrnbera of cans who were In earnest when they
the cabinet. In discussing the matter, advocated bimetallism ln 1W!, and
state,! that Information in fcapd does therefore they refused to take the Re- I thut thp 1^mily have escaped and
held its annual meeting at Ptft-in-
Bny. O. " nllr y. ); m * ■•v-."•'
The Bob Stone Confederate camp aad
old aettlera* qmntom Hat NOeona, Tax,,
ansa largely attended. ^j-
• Petar Votanl, tw6 and a Half yeara
old. fell In a- *
WM •hoowned. jahe vlcsofwljr bites and snapa.
The New Orleans board ot health | correspondent saw her ln such
baa raised the quarantine agajnat j mood Thursday, and It required
Tampa, Fla. - ■««. the contbined efforts of four strong
The atore of R. P. Ray £ Co., at persons to hold her. She also com-
Heidenheimer, Tex., waa robbed of plains that there is" a snake ln her
1500 ln caah, "throat. —
A deposit of fine lithorgaph atone in 1 'Lel weak aad Ta'nt aod 11)611 1 Ke ants, went up this morning-to be at
large quantity haa been found In the u ^S or a cat or mule or some other the examining trial. The Baketa have
Sacramnto mountains. New Mexico. ^ sort of animal coming toward me, and waived an examination and ware ad-
Texaa State Health Officer Blunt rl Beera" te 009 that they get into my I mitter to bail lu the aum of $1900 m
hit been ulrieed «( one bubonie I """** ' **" """" ^ W ««e. — ' ■ ,f .i.| yi/■.
l.tue death .t Sen FnnelKO u« I >«'«« "rt of enimal 1 .ee."
one rase When naked If she had an Idea ot
. . what Otua&L her troublea, she replied
atee, e larged with attempted ! Uiat a been put on her at
criminal aaaault on a white woman. MeKlBw. rU ,u lu.p«twi tnm the
« taken from Jail at Doe Ron. On.. „rat th,c ||M ,lctlm g ,wrt.
and-bullet riddled I meat of aome amateur hypnotiat.
A whiaky barrel exploded at the real on Thursday Prof. J. B. Lamkln.
dence of. Alex. Henderson, colored, at president of the North Texas Collage
CTarkaville, Tex., and alenderaon's of Magnetic Healing railed at the bona*
8-year-old son waa badly injured. prof. Lainkia found the girl a most
The Preabyterian board of foreign tractable and excellent hypnotic sub
mission* at New York has received JccL When he left to all appearances
Ihformation that all mlaaionarles at *h* bad accepted hie suggestions and
AdOm !• Piaaimi*.
Chicago. Dl., Ang. 21.—The follow-
ing bag been leaned:
To the Democrats of the United
Statee: In order that the fight for "the
reacue of the country from Bspcb*
IU an [joilcies may be carried on every-
where with vigor aad eernaataeee, we
urge all eltisena throughout the United
States who are willing to support the
Kansas City platform to meet In their
icspeetlve communites on Saturday
afternoon or evening. Sept 1, 1900, for
the purpose of organising city or pre-
The following £ere killed during the | 1 oa-Tlng-Fu. China, were maanacred.. had forgotten ber,Janciea. Pro*. Lam- cinct n^rflntf cluba where piKh
siege in Pekli1^
Sergt. J. F. ranning, Private C D.
King. J. W. Turner and H. Klsher,
Wounded-tPrlvate J. Schroeder. el-
bow, severe; now dangerously ill from
fever; Seaman J. Mitchell, upper arm,
severe; now recovering. All other
wounded and sick returned to duty.
PasualUee In Major Biddie s com-
mand attacking Tan Hating: Firs'
Lieut Butler, cbost; Privates Green.
Wright. Private Warrell. right temple,
It Is reported from ^Chinese sources
Annie Miller, of Dallas, Tex., who kln #a'd:
earned her Uvlag by ecrubblng the 11 ®y PP1,1*'0® t*,at
«.wss iiuu UV« tlflllf UJ SCIUVUIOI CM " ^ I ' •
floors of a large building, haa. through and lne*P*rte,ld,d *ludent of hypno-
— «|aa* la responsible for the condition of
her mind. Probably It waa done ma-
th* d*ath 5f a "New Tork relallvl. In-
herited 140,000. She haa gone to thst
The International Typographical
union adopted a resolution suggesting
the won doom of tb* Ueas. *
ba< h f the < ,ty pi ta<m. rryiug for th -
b|p«K| ,4 Per k.
The cif j iiriaon was jqB"ta anrra>.rd I
ed aad huad|p0l of people f^ce^Jlieli [
m*ajr into the piisoa for the ae « e<i
Ms> nr^Jur.s • this Juncture apivearr*!
at on-' of the window* In th" up|" -
pait of the Uoiiiiing lie sdelrc^cu ■
the mob 44 best he ruuld. ss>l*lg (ha'
Peck ha<1 i.eeft fsker out of the prl«nn
at as ikhk b> nhsrlff Ii' 11} and drlvta .
«Mit ' the city In : cloaed mrrUK*
The people tti the noh would not be j
lleve the mayor and continued ti vel! i
and drrusnd that Pe, W i>« surren«l"ieii •
At 10 o'i 1< k the ntoh liegan for the (
third time to' attack the rlty prison i
8*>me one In tbc crowd l nn «h«onn*
St the hol'dtiui This was foliowe«i b I
several m.ire oot* I he officers In 111* j
hulMln* appears I at 'be lndo* and |
txKtaa Ui alioot o er th* heads of !h j
people A man * ith a shotgun th"n
•re*t |hs o<!< era It i« that wi
erai oiw-ers srrs wonnded I h J
crowd* th^p l eg«n t« «mash In th«
olbdoa « of the rltv build ng and th"
supervision The Chinese army fled.
1 Tbe Imper nl family and the court have
gone "Westward, probably to SI Aa l*"
bat tbe mob decided
aar.w 7 , TTw .1 *thr K lnee of Shan Hi No upec-
ckle the Job. aad then th** . . , . .
, . . . ' entat|\ea r f (he Chinese government
«f mm and bora rut.hr <: .
are In sight ie Pekln and the ODndl-
tleas are rhantlf Teh paiata Is ex-
pected 'O be taken ISime<ilate^. Many
m ie« ion a ties be fa start rd tor homt>
wh ie otbets eetsln in charge of tbe
•*hri't<sn rrfucces numbering st«out
!.« CONGKK "
% fr prti^ aa I aa#
Atlantic C|tr. V J. Aug 23 - The
supreme council of the American Ix*
giou Of Honor met here The report of
ITie treasurer George W Ken<lrirk Jr
of Phlladelph'a. ahowed i^aOH'ts of
ftO.OIfi. dishuiw menu t* 1.19, bsasti
feed Total rei^tpta amount to tl -
7P1.TIV4. of which funeral claim#
amounting iafi.M*/ oo have been paid
l*e«th t(eaeflt <irsfts a< t yet presenter!
for payment amount to IIJI.OOO. which
leaves a net balante on bead of ta -
tot Indicate there Is a government publican position on the money que*
worthy of the name existing In China tion In IS5H> And * hen they got out
It is an enormous headless affair,'of the Republican party, and l*-|fan
without knowledge of what la for Its looking at the Republican party from
teat g-w d and without the | owcr to the outalde. they find that the aeinc
enforce its wlahea. The protuible j vii lous principle* ran through all the
flight of the emperor aad the emprcaa 1 Kepnbllcnn doctrines, and today tVr
dowager ha« left the government In a i are with us. not only on thf silver
atate of «haot, and no one seema to question, but upon all the new ques-
know who. If any one. |m dtreeting its!||ona sleo " lAppUuse
sflalra Under theae condliIons, the1 - —
government will act with extreme cau-
tion In whatever t.r.-pn are taken lead-
ing toward p""** <\ and there Is reason
to l>elle*e that tbe I ntte<l Slate*, act-
ing With the Other grent po
ao Intend to
troops nntll *
are en route to Rfan Fu RITMBY
The Chlneae government, through I.I
Galveston, Tex., Aug. 28.—Thie regu-
all propoeod changes in scale at aesaion of tbe sixth annual confer-
| price# by subordlaatc unions be sub uf ,he Kpworth League of Texas,
mltted to publishers before being acted the annual conference of the Methodist
t •P°#- I fcplacopsl Chnrrb, South, convened at
While Mcaara. I^e Willlamaon and \ St. Jainia Methodiet iCpinopal church
iHirrett were examining platoia at there tn lng In all over sixty dele^t s
1 I.ufkln. Tex., tbe former's weapon | b«sides a number of other leaguers,
was accidentally dlsrhsrged. Tbe bul- The conference opened Tuesday night
Ti W|«lla(. rf Trir
New York. Aug 22 - The Wtnldseya
Roliert Fitaslmmone hss |>een offerW
I100 0O0 by s t'apadian r f h'gh official
4o«a standing to lone his fight with Sharkey
with<Ji#w any of Its and that Fttzaimmons treated tbs ang-
staide gi\crtriinnt haa ! geatloa with contempt. Tbe propoai-
Hung. Chang has made application to J ,H n*'™* IHirrett« breast, killing snd Wednesday . was preced >d
the Pnlted States for the appolatment
of Minlater Conger, or aome other
American official with authority "to
Open open negotiatlona for tbe es
Pwssslml D 4<
leaven worth. Kan. Aug tl—sA po-
of penes and for fixing l^rly dlstreaslng quadruple tragedy
definite term* for tbe settlement of the .Tont " Phrley, a smaO town
by a sunrise prayer meeting, which
waa conducted by Mlsa Hortenne de
C ha umes ot Houston.
The morning session was opened with
a song snd prstse service, conducted
by tbe pie*Went Prof, W. A. Palmar of
Uaatrop. after wbhb an addrcaa ot wel-
| Twyfelast Aug 24—Through sec re*
! Intelligence agents the Riltlsh authorl-
J ties learn that (tea Ignite Hatha the
t'oruniaiwlei .|n < hie# o< ItOer
U* a. J Mi.— M'yer. the .on-
mw >rviei iinnui th VI ! _
At t o clork Thursdsv morning dyna
mtte waa used and windows of the city
l s by ta a
Bifag*'^ sn e "gefrfwl irnhate# ~T rf<*rcm'
... crrlM M from lb. i'or,"H '""l <" fch.lM,«„«r.
nresident of the Trsnsvaal republic,
with ^oor) Ooerv. have assembled at
Majjcadodorp generally ud^eratotwl to
t e the headquarters of President Km*
ger. on Pretoria-Delagns Bay railway
A iO-jear-Old liOv an<l a
ndby i arnagw s>i itTetT
Tbe hot spell la Kanaaa
Frank Wallace cut his wife's throat
has Wn P Pl r Bluff. Mo. snd then enlci-
<ft r Mm.ii W*m
Ft I u1* Mo . An* 22 J'ldg
Cromwell Orrick ei«t*eakrr of the
Mlesonrf house of representatives, who
was cbieflv insfrumentsl In restnr\na
the ballot to «p<e*s|nnirl« in Miseoiiti
without «f mpe|llnr them to take the
oath of lo^altv, riled at his mldrno'
sfter an l!1ne«« of ne«riy J\\ yeara
Thermometer registered I'M degrees
at Abilene, Kan on the 21st
liOUtsvllle. Kj . 22.—The Pro
blhitiontst state <onveation nominated
for governor li.bu l> vv hlt.i Cn >i«n
Chester. Clay eoanty, formerly a Re-
publican congreeaman fiom the ele* .
enth dlatrV-t Candidates f-w presi-
dential electors were also nominate;
There were fifty delegates In the • n
vent Ion. Including several women
been eetahlished. r, h«e.c guarantee* lion Is said to Iiavc come in a letter
will be rrsi<«H ti-f" * j from Moniresl shl«h was signed" *"K
'H " and which Kltaslmmons de* tares he
'kniss to l>e grnn'ne The srrlter aa-
•aured the ex < hamplon be waa worth,
tlftu.ooo In caah.
Iinei In I hkwf"
Chicago. Hi. Aug 22 — It wi
aovnred at Democratic list tonal
r|iisrters that \N llliam J Itryan would
l^> in Chicago on !^ile>r <lay, after all,
«0<1 "peak st the pb nic The an*
noumement * * msde hy tleorge
Hchllling head of the labor I urena at
t «ner«leljp <He|r« I ee«
New 4M leans, ta , Aug- Z2*—A shoot-
ing affrsy or^ured oa a trwck farm
owned by Rndolph Kechman. In the
French portion of the city. Wsehman
railed a neighbor 1r uia Deiatonr. a ae-
Kro The latter went bAfceraSelred a
V^^olver and on .returning ahot both
Rnchmaa and hie atep brother. Prank
Doothy. A general fight occured before
present trouble The application came i*rro* ihe river in Miaaouri Dr. Star*
to the f hinese -minister today and Harrington, a phyalclan of Parley, " mc was delivered by Mlaa Beatrice
wa aUken to him to the atate depart <ln,nk "n<! fancied wrongs. Normal of Gairston
nienr killed James Wallace, uncle, a
Ll Hung Chang's application for the , w**'thy farmer; Mrs, William Wallace.
appointment of a peace commissioner Harrington s mother-in-law. and J. P.
express wlllingneas to conduct the ' 'M"lughsm. aberlff of Piatt county,
aegotlstions st a point dealred by the • *bo tried to arreet him, and wna In
powers snd It la expected that this ,Mrn •hfct" dead by Harvey IMIIIgbam,
will be or TUa TWa A e*sw4iar *lh" aherlS a nun. Before ha waa cor-
npplication haa lM«on made by Karl 1.1 nrrMl bV *he sherlfPa possee, Itarring
t pre* p aai tmt
Prohibition platform, and declares to.
Berlin. Aug 23.—The semi-offlcia'.
Berliner Post ia a long edltorlnl de
fende the policy of fie Staffs
in Chine against auapictons cast upon
It by rertnln German papers that go
wpoa the theory that Washington is
pursuing separate aim* After teciling
tbe history of Secretary Hay a success
In getting deciarationa from the pffw,
era in favor of the "open door.** the
Post say a this Is calculated to remove
all fa lee interpret atiena of America:)
pulley. VV X W'
- L- Teartst tisws r sns.
Guthrie. Ok.. Aug St.—Under order*
from the latsrtnc daaartasent hundreds
of miles of wire fence In Beaver county
ar* being tnken down, and much of the
cattle business la being ruined. Theae
fences were a great protection to all
cnttlemen, aa 1hev prevented rattle
drilling off grant distinct* daring
storms of btimarda. At tbe land la
wholly unfitted for agriculture the cat-
tlemen eonalder tbe action of tbe inte-
rior department a great injbetlca.
the shooting and ail the men are Ta
the hospital. Kechman eaa not recov-
er from hia Injuries
Won I rt«Mfsl rweve
fltggewell. Va. Aug. 11.—A disnet
wreck at Mnxweii. six ml lea from here
Wn ln*t*w lie*.
New York. Ang. ti -The
Washington special aaya. _
The powers bare aamtred the eonth- }M ^ cUweh Valley dlv
em viceroys that the emperor end em-
press will suffer no Indignities As far
aa our government hi concerned, the
emperor een keep the throne, bot tbe
empreaa' power will be taken ewey
U Hung Chang has presented en-
other note. Anewer le to be made to
hia communication with other powers
Z graphs t
Norfolf snd Western, occurred M*- ^ rflnt
dsy. reuniting In the denth of two per-
sons nnd the wonndtng of seven oth-
Bngtneer W. O. Allen.
Firemen M. R Marshall.
Tbe tralna came togHber with frigbt-
te all r f the powers Interested His
suggestion of Minister Conger ss the
American rommlseloner la baaed upon
the Idea tliat aa Minister Conger haa
hern readied he has now Ibe Opportun
fty to proceed to the point where ne
gntlatlons will tte held and conduct
them Th" application doee not sug
gret any particular terms nor does It
nek for the withdrawal of troops l!
requotft that negotlatlooa shall be for
the pnrpo*e of bringing about S ees-
Setion of hostilities.
I oollnuanre Asfeea
Qeoff^own, Ky , Ang I —The rte«
fens* Monday afternoon filed a motion
ton held up the clerk In a geneiai
store st the point of hia revolver and
exchanged shots with tbe clerk, firlag
Into a crowd of spectators. Harring-
ton's U-year-old daughter waa a forced
witness of the different stages of tbe
tragedy, the physician taking her with
hUn In his boggy ss he went from
place to place on hia bloody errand.
John Moore fataJly ahot hie wife
at Brownsville and then attempted hie
t * ware's renew*
Waahlagtoa Aug ft —Tbe popula-
tion of Chicago, accordtag to offklat
for a continuance ant! itbe October count of H e tweltb census is aa fol-
terra of the case of Henry R. Yooteey <|<we
tbe young sndttor s stenographer w|io Chicago rtty l.fiN 6Tt In Ififit: 1
ta indt'-sted as one of the principals In m Iffia Theae figuree show for tbe
the Oocl«e| murder. Tbe motion is city ss a whole sn luereeae in popu-
bneed on the illness of the defendsnt. 1st ion of StlTlS. or M M per cent from
figpoiied by the af^avlta of two phj jtao to 1IM. —-
aician*. on the Tlineaa of hie attorney,' The population In 1*W wne Ml.lfiS.
aad si so the aheeace of a large una- 'showing an Increase of SW.fiif. or
ber of important witaeeeea ill M per rant from l«10 to lfififi.
Kev. It. C. Willie
of liouaton reeponded ou behalf of the
visiting delegatee, aaylng that they
wlabed to rhank the aGlveetoa people
even before they had flute bed receiv-
The regular bualneas of the coofer-
Sfir? wag tntea up, the first thing be-
Ing the enrollment of delegates. Fifty-
wished to thank the Ualestoa people
were eirolle«i. which, however, doee not
repreaent the entire number of dele-
gatee attending, aa some of them were
not present at that time The report of
the officers followed the enrollment, all
of whir h were encouraging
Prsldent Palmer read hie aanoal re-
port. telling whet bad been done since
tbe laal conference Me waa followed by
the first vice president. Miss M Tmv-
la. and the secood vice president. Mies
llortense de C ha times
Dallas. Teg , Aug „21 -Mies Mary
Oberly. who resided st *11 Roes Sveaue
with her another. Mrs S Oberly. was
fatally burned Wednesday afternoon
organisations being Democratic, should
avoid, ostentation and extravagaaee.
The fight must be carried on by Amer-
tcan rtttgena tn babail -of Amertgaa
principles, aad there should be no de-
lay In peHectlag club organisations.
Wbeir- a club is organised, the secre-
tary should at once send to W. R
Ilea ret. president of tbe National Ae-
eoetatlon of Democratic cluba. No. 1179
Broadway. New York city, tbe earns
of tbe club, roater of ofiicers, date of
organization and number of meaabera
WM J. BRYAN. • *• "
ADI>AI K STKVKNSON. *
Chairman Democratic Nntioual Com-
WM. R HKAStST,
1'reel dint National
HaM "tin MtMirt Sstt.
Houston. Tea., Aug.
ternoon Charles Smith came before
Juetlce of tbe Peace Wetter Malsrh
for a preliminary hearing. He waa
< barged with the murder of Matt Too**
on June S. There were eight ultneeaee
before th* court four for the fiefnnd-
snt and four for the state. Tbe effort
to prove an ellbl fell tbropgh from the
fbet thet the witaeeeea were unable ta
aeme the date Oae of the witaeeeea
, .W_ _| _| ■ I I ' 4.. I-- .asst.l
I Of TTTr fitfi"' Y' *1 " 'I " 9 ^
the a<Tus^d sav to his wife thet be
wished he could ceil Matt Toole hack,
as he Ithe sccasedi th^agbt be had
ahot s negro This wes tbe tretlasoo/
rf a negro employed nt Ibe bam< af
Smith Ie other testimony It ems
staled that the defendant told one af
the wltneeeee to stay et hie 1 defend
ent si house, as bs fes red be might
be attacked by a mob. sad be was not
armed to prefer t hlseeslf Jaattcs
Mslsch remanded tbe accused 10 tbd
castody of the sheriff without tbe prtv-
liege of ball.
Waro. Tea . Ang 11 -AM ever Tee-
ae aad eleewhere the Oeranena will
(sdebrate tbe thirtieth analveraary of
— -tr tbe eipioaion of a cdal oil dba wflb 1 (be surrender of the army ed Napotnmi
■«W i* I * « .• A • -e— — m.a^m. — -S ^ A t| 1 m#
which ahe waa sUrtlag a fire, d/lng
aevea hours after.
Aliont t o'clock the youag lady weat
lato the kitchen to kladle a fire for
preparing supper, and a few mtnatca
later the espiosioa occurred, snd sbe
ran from the room to tbe porch, en-1 place
veloped In flemee
111. which occurred Sept. X l®70 •*
Sedaa. Fpsnce the army sei lanfcrteg
numbering ao aoe soldi#r Tble year
the 2d of aext month comes
I>ondon, Aug; t1 .—The viceroy of la-
dle. 1/ord Carton of Kedeletona. tele-
contlnned In most of tbe affected
slew Several, jf
Mign.. Aug. Jl^-Bet ween
1 and 1 #clgfcg Maoday morgiag Theo-
dore wallan k fanner Tlfisg
. Ran Is Te*.. Aug A beer dealer
here got a traaefee of Me Husoes so aa
Ilea from here. staag^Srai hia wife •* "all beer et tbe pirate giuuads ana
tracts. The crops promise well In t^he iang gtepcblldreg Wlfh a butcher mile aad one-hsif west of towe la-
central provinces nnd Merar Sowing apd gn badly wtmnSM n fifth tereatfd citleene requested htm to de-
le eetlve ei sew here and tbe necesalty rht|,| (|gt tt mNf ROt recover. Tbe slat for the sake of good order, bui he
for frea kitchens will ehortly disup- rhiw th-t ft mmy ftot recover j The persisted, snd the owner! of the land
pear. Prteee, however, ere very high J ^pi* had not lived together happily.
ererywbetu. 'and recently seperated, aad Mm Wnl-
Cbolern It prevalent throughout Hid- |krt ia nngerstood to bnve Uken
embed and In Bombay. .for getting a divorce r .
rf the cities tbe obeervaaee erttl 6ke
on the exact aaaiveraary In
thie city the (^rmene have SagMed to
hold the Sedan obeervaaee oa iMnday
tbe Id proximo Tbe sortety tsbtch
will take tie lend here It tbe MntaaSet
Kreiger Verwtn von Cntral Tnaaa. nr.
rendered In Rnglish. tbe Oeraann Vet
run Association of CsnUat Ta
Mil war. bee, Wka. Aeg. ft.—'The Dem-
Ot ratic atate convention late Wednea-
dey completed its labors by nomtnat-
negret ftla Death.
[ Washington. Aag. n.-VThe death of ,
. Capt. Henry J. Relily In Pekln eaueed
deep regret nmong army officers who
lug tbe following lichet; Oovernoc, knew him well. Me waa aatd to be sir
Thomas Patterson; secretary of atate.
i H. Woodnufth. atnte treasurer.
August Berts, atlnrmp genwnl, O. Ce
Cooper, state superintendent. Homer
B RubhtH; lnsuraac e eommlssioner.
ti W. Hill, chairman of tbe aUta com-
mittee, A. D. Warden.
New York. Aug. II.—'Tbe Southern
Pacific company bee not arranged lor
any meeting of tbe directors to elect
a successor of the late Oolite P. Hunt-
ington aa president of tbe company,
bot eome action will be tnken in tbe
ideal arifffery officer, thoroughly un
derstandtag hia profiSafea. brave and i matter aoon. .
energetic. Capt ftellly wne born Sept. Mr Huntington a will wlQ be offered
14, US. He eodeted in tbd Sftb ar- . fnr probate a tbe couwse of n day or
til levy Sept. 91. I **4. bud waa etoa pro- t tw0. It la aot expected that tbe be
| moted to be sergeant. In IffW hi was ! ,„aatg arlll'entail much division of the
made lieutenant, but did not.reach thb Tiurt netate for aevwral years to come.
liondon. Aag. «.-Mr*. Maybrick bed
a private latervlew with her coueeal,
Dr. Clark Bell of. New York at Aylee-
bury prleon. A portion of tbe tlaee
counsel gavn up to a lepiimntaUve
ed the prase, wbo wma granted an ap-
port unity to talk' wltk the prisoner
Mm May brick la Indignant at tbe fit-
tacka made by tbe Liverpool Poet on
tbe lata chief Justice of"Kngland. lArt
Rusaei of Klloween, former counsel lor
Ussaas ftly glee
Parte, Ang. It.—Tbe Kanaaa. City
fiieman. in n eiaaa creeled at tbe #t-
poaiUon for-paid firemen, won tbe
wortd'e pinftttlunal championship cup.
The officers received gold medals aad
silver medals aad tbe money priae, fiOO
frsaca, waa divided among the otBceri
aad ama. The" minister of war, Oen.
the can lor tbe
applied to County Clerk l^awell, who 1 con rent km. Sept. It
wns nttending tbe jdcalc. for a writ of - "
injunction Sheriff Sweat, who waa Amerillo. Tat.. It to bavo a ftd.tafi
I ateb preeent served tbe pagers and tbe
place waa promptly dosed
fibaagbal, Aag. 11 -Official Chlneae
adrleee from Pokla eey |hat Han Tung ,
nnd U Shan af tbe entl-fOralgn party
aad U Bhang, a pro-forwignor, baen
been deenpitated aad that Yaag La I
Andre, presented the prise U Capt.
grade of captain until 19M.
Sea Aatonio, Tot« Aag. Tbe
original bell of tbe A lasso Is aow la
pnaeaseloa af Mlaa Adtna de Snralla af
San Antonio, prenldant of tbe Oangh-
tera of tbe Republic of Tetne. TIS
beB wns dlmosaaed three
at Ooliad. wbea offered fa
iron by Mr. Oppoabettser of Vtcterln.
Tbe matter got In tbe preea. and a ear-
with Mr. Op-
by Mlee de f la. The
bell wee delivered to Mhm da
asaa vp me uts.
Paleetiue, Tex.. Ang. II—Tin lory
In tbe Wllbseunu ensa returned S we-
dkt of gsdlty and
meat at n life term ta tbe j
TMe la tbe fourth af
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