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State Department Losing Paith'in Information
mation Purnished by Wu ,
CIPHER DISPATCH NOW DOUBTED
British Government Culls Attention to
Several Suspicious C'lrcumataiices U.
8. UofuseB to Make Conger's Safe Ite-
turn Mutter for Diplomatic Unrtcr.
WASHINGTON , July 28 Unless
some authentic assurance "as to the
condition of the Americans in Pekin
reaches the state department within a
day or two the administration is like
ly to abandon whatever faith it has
manifested thus far in the truthfulness
of Chinese information. Une Chinese
minister is confident that within that
time there will be news from Pekin of
a character to satisfy the most skep
tical as to its accuracy , and he is also
confident that this will be good news
from the American point of view. ' *
The state department is still recep
tive , though looking with growing
coldness on the numerous edicts and
telegrams which are coming from
China , all without bringing any news.
The contributions of the day were from
Consul General Goodnow at Shanghai
and Consul Fowler at Che Foo. So
much of their messages as was given
out for publication related to the wel
fare of certain missionaries who have
been made the subject of inquiry by
relatives in this country. The cables
mangled these messages and there is
reason to doubt the value of the information
mation attempted to be conveyed
Mr. Goodnow also had something to
say about the political situation and
It is believed that that part of his mes
sage was not of an encouraging char
acter. At any rate , it was withheld
from the press , probably because the
government did not deem it prudent
to give it the stamp of apparent ap
Ever since the receipt at Tien Tsin
of the autograph message from Minis
ter Conger , dated Pekin , July 4 , state
department officials have had grave
doubts as to the authenticity of the
cipher message attributed to him ,
dated Pekin , July IS. There have been
many little side lights on this message
that afford ground for suspicion , end
now the British authorities have added
their quota to the growing distrust
' 1 of things Chinese. It scorns that Mr.
Warren , at present acting as British
consul at Shanghai , has been told by
Sheng , the famous Chinese director of
posts and telegraphs , that Yuan , the
governor of Shan Tung , told him
( Shcng ) that a message had passed
through to the United States from Mr.
Conger on the 18th of July telling of
the condition at the British legation.
This cipher dispatch was "faked" by
It is pointed out at the state de
partment , however , that there are
plausable explanations of this curious
fact which tend to show the authentici
ty of the cipher dispatch. Secretary
Hay cabled to Mr. Conger that he
might have implicit faith in the person
who brought the dispatch to him. Mr.
Conger , therefore , had a right to trust
the man , and possibly he told him in
a general way the contents of the dis
patch in case the messenger should
be obliged to detroy it to insure his
own safety. However that may be , the
British government has thought Mr.
Warren's report worth tUe attention
of our government.
The state department officials do netlike
like the European criticism more or
less attributing to our government a
lack of wholc-heartedness in the effort
to get to Pekin. They point to what
the American troops and marines have
already done , to the loss of life and
limbs suffered by them and to the re
peated urgings of the American offi
cials at every point looking to a for
ward movement at Pekin.
UNABLE TO GET A REPLY.
Acknowledges Inability to Communicate
\VItli Itnllim Minister.
HONG KONG. July 28. In order to
test the Chinese assurances regarding
the safety of the legations , the Italian
consul here yesterday requested the
Acting viceroy of Canton to commu
nicate with the Italian minister , Mar
quis Cnlvago Raggi , and to obtain a
reply from him concerning a matter
Itnown only to the minister and the
I Today the acting viceroy reported
that it was impossible for him to ac
cede to the request
MI s Anthony to Negroes.
MONTGOMERY , Ala. , July 28. At
the negro race conference today a pa
per from Susan B. Anthony was read
by the secretary. She appealed to the
conference to petition congress for a
sixteenth amendment which shall pro
I hibit rbe dlsfranchiscment of citizens
on account of BOX and declares the
condition of negro women was not
Impt'ovcd by emancipation. The negro
women will organize a national society
to send out literature instructing ne
gro women how to improve homes.
Defeat Prince Chine.
BERLIN , July 28. A dispatch re
ceived here today , dated Tien Tsin ,
Tuesday. July 24 , says :
"A messenger who left Pekin Sun
day , July 15 , brought today to the cus
toms office hero news that Prince
Ching's soldiers had been fightint ?
Prince Tung's troops and had been de
feated. The foreigners were defending
themselves in the northern cathedral
near the Forbidden City. "
Xico Point UrouRht Up.
WASHINGTON , July 28. The state
deparlment has another novel extra-
diton case on hand growing out of the
: s. peculiar international status of Cuba.
" * W Louis Darell committed a murder in
Cuba and made his escape from the
island. He was traced to Portuguese
East Africa , and the slate department
today was notified that the Portuguese
authorities h' d him under arrest and
detention at the town of Bcira , await
ing tlic arrival of officers from Cuba
to take him into custody. Portugal
has no extradition treaty with the
RURAL f REE DELIVERY.
Some Stales Adopted that Are Likely to
Improve the Service.
WASHINGTON , July 27. Postmas
ter General Emory Smith haa issued
an order carrying into effect recom
mendations made by the rural free
delivery superintendents , who have
been in session , here several days.
The order , which applies to all rural
free delivery service in the country ,
First It is ordered that , beginning
August 1 , the drop letter , or 1-cent
rate of postage , will not apply within
rural free delivery limits. The 2-cent
per ounce rate will be exacted within
such delivery on all first-class matter
except postal cards.
Second That the introduction of
rural free delivery will not increase
or otherwise modify the present rate
of postage on second-class matter.
Third That the rural free delivery
carriers will not bring to the post-
oiiice mail matter collected by them ,
which may be delivered on tholr
routes before completing their trips.
Fourth That stamps on mail mat
ter collected by rural free delivery
carriers , including those oa matter
delivered en route as named in sec
tion 3 , will be cancelled by them and
reported to the postmaster , who will
derive the benefit of the cancellation
if the office is fourth-class.
Fifth That until suitable rubber
cancelling stamps can be supplied by
the department , free delivery carriers
will cancel the stamps'with the indel
ible pencils furnished them for use in
STILL MATTER Of SURMISE.
As to Date of Probable Advance of Allies
WASHINGTON , July 27. It is said
tonight that the cablegram received by
the navy department-today from Ad
miral Remey contained no statement
as to when the forward movement of
the allied armies on Pekin was to be
made. In a measure this was a dis
appointment to the officials , who dread
delay in a united advance for the relief
of the legationers. Admiral Remey
has just been on a visit to Tien Tsin ,
where he went to make an examina
tion into the conditions existing there
and , presumably , to gather what information
mation he could as to the future inten
sions of the allies. For this reason it
was expected that he would be able to
give some indication of the probable
time the forward movement on Pekin
According to the naval authorities ,
Admiral Remey's dispatch gave no in
formation of the present strength of
the foreign troops now ready to begin
the campaign , although it is not
thought here that they are numerous
enough to force their way to the Chi
nese capital and successfully encounter
the opposition which it is feared will
be met on the way there.
Fear for Their Children.
DES MOINES , July 27 W. H.
Bron of Rosehill , la. , and his family
have given up the safety of their son-
in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Garrett , who are missionaries
for the Christian church in China.
Both of the young" people graduated
from Drake university , Des Moines ,
a year age. A letter" from them ,
dated June 18 , is the last word receiv
ed. At that time they were starting
from Kuling to Shanghai. The Box
ers were inciting the people , to kill
all foreigners , and the missionaries ,
numbering about sixty Americans ,
were badly frightened.
Are A alii Reported Alive.
TOKIO , July 24. A message receiv
ed here from Shanghai yesterday
makes the following assertions : Yuan
Shi Kai , governor of Shan Tung , has
received a letter from Pekin , datea
July 18 , declaring that a legation cou
rier was captured by" the Chinese
guards on July 13 and that thereupon
General Yung Lu petitioned the tlironi ,
to employ the courier as a messen
ger to communicate with the minis
ters. This was carried out and a re
ply was received that the ministers
were well and unanimous in favoring
the restoration of peace.
Conflagration at Nome.
SEATTLE , Wash. , July 27 A spe
cial to the Times says :
"Cape Nome was treated to a great
conflagration early in this month.
Miles and miles of tundra were burned
over and many native homes de
"The fire began close to the eastern
suburbs of Nome and swept the coun
try from the outer edge of the sand
beach to the foot of the hills and far
below Cape Nome , so that the surface
looks like a vast prairie that has been
burned over. "
Agent Falls to Return.
SYRACUSE , Neb. , July 26. Dr. Turo
Hill put an agent on the road for the
scale of his scalp invigorator. The
agent hired a team from McFarland's
livery stable , left It in Johnson county ,
appropriated all the sales , forgot to
pay his bills , and Turo says if he gets
hold of him he will need several bottles
tles of his invigorator for his own use.
McFarland got back from Johnson
county with his team.
Valdemar Brothers to Hang
PHOENIX , A. T. , July 27. This af
ternoon Acting Governor Akers issued
an answer to the request of the Texas
officials for clemency in the case of
Valdemar brothers , refusing to grant
a commutation of sentence to hang
August 10 , at Tombstone.
Commissioner Kockhill's Departure.
PHILADELPHIA , July 27. Special
Commissioner Rockhill will leave
Washington Saturday with Mrs. Rock-
hill for San Francisco , stopping a day
or two at Chicago en route. This will
enable him to reach San Francisco in
time to take the Japanese liner Amer
ica Maru , which sails for Yokohama
and Nagasaki on August 2. If Secre-
tayr Hay returns to Washington to
day , aa is expected , Mr. Rockhill will
have a final conference with him be
fore leaving for China. He has re
ceived the fullest instruction ! ) from
the president already. .
Latest Message From Conger Throws no
Light on the Situation.
WASHINGTON OFFICIALS MYSTIFIED
Bcason for Believing Two Communica
tions Are About of Sumo Date 'lair
Reiterates Safety of 1'orclgncrs
China's Appeals for Mediation.
WASHINGTON , July 26. The re
ceipt at Tien Tsin of an undoubtedly
genuine and autographic message from
Minister Conger has done nothing to
dissipate the doubt as to the situa
tion at Pekin. The message , which
was forwarded by the naval officers at
Tien sin , Taku and Ghee Fee , has in
deed served only to deepen the mys
tery. The message comes from Cap
tain Charles M. Thomas , commander
of the Brooklyn , and is as follows :
"GHEE FOO , Jury 24. Navigation
Bureau , Washington : Written mes
sage , signed Conger , dated July 4 , re
ceived Tien Tsin , 21st , says : 'Been be
sieged two weeks British legation.
Grave danger general massacre by Chi
nese soldiers , who are shelling legation
daily. Relief soon if at all. City with
out government except by Chinese
army. Determined massacre all for
eigners Peklu. Entry relief forces into
city probably be hotly contested. '
The official conclusion remains un
changed , of course , but it is admitted
that a careful scrutiny of the auto
graph message in comparison with the
famous cipher message from Minister
Conger admits of the belief that the
two" messages were written by Mr.
Conger at about the same time. The
situation at the British legation is rep
resented to be the same in each case ,
and as Mr. Conger declares that relief
must come quickly , if at all , there is
ground for the supposition that condi
tions could not long have remained un
changed in such a crisis. The assump
tion that this reasoning is correct in
volves the further conclusion that Mr.
Conger's cipher message , if genuine ,
was redated as of the 18th of July , two
weeks later than the date of actual
writing and , of course , if redated at
all , that was done by Chinese officials.
On the other hand , and in support
of the state department position , came
today a message from another of the
great Chinese viceroys , Tak , at Canton ,
he who took charge after Li Hung
Chang's departure. This also affirmed
solemnly the safety of the legationers
and coming from so many different
sources and from such important Chi
nese officials , these dispatches do claim
attention. A pessimistic view of them ,
however , attributes to them all a com
mon origin , namely , some one high
Chinese personage at Pekin. it is noted
that Talc's assurance brings the minis
ters one day further towards ultimate
rescue than has any preceding mes
sage , the fact that it allows only three
days to cover the transmission over
the great distance between PeKin and
Canton has attracted attention here
and appears to demand explanation if
the message is to be accepted as of
"It was not known to the state de
partment until the publication of the
fact in the news dispatches that the
French government also had been ad
dressed by the Chinese government in
the effort to secure mediation. It now
appears that still other powers were
addressed in a similar strain. It is
known that Great Britain and Ger
many and probably Russia have re
ceived such message. The language is
not the same , but the animating idea
WARRING AGAINST WOMEN.
Charge Made Against British Methods In
BERLIN , Juy 26. The German press
compaius of what one paper calls "the
growing brutalization of the South
African war. " .frof. von Rohland , in
the Deutsche Juristenzeitung deplores
the "wounds which England's proce
dure against the Boers has made in
the world's sense of humanitarian war
as expressed at The Hague confer
A number of papers assert that Eng
land is warring now even against the
wives of the Boers.
Dispose of First Rumor.
WASHINGTON , July 26. The mes
sage from Minister Conger , which
came over the wires from Captain
Thomas this morning , was the ' first
communication of unquestionable au
thenticity which has been receive * ?
from the American minister at Pf
kin since his urgent appeal for help
of July 12. It establishes clearly th *
fact that the American minister an *
probably the other legationers we"e
alive on July 4 , though in sore straits.
Therefore , it completely and finally
disposes of the first stories that were
published from Shanghai of the mas
sacre of June 27.
Floormnii Dies at Nome.
RAPID CITY , S. D. , July 26. A let
ter from Cape Nome states that Robert
Floorman died there of .pneumonia
and his body has been buried at Seat
tle , temporarily. Floorman is probably
the best known minirur man in the
west. He came to j , . .wood in 187C ,
promoted half a dozen big mining
companies , the largest being the sale
of the Florence mine in the Galena
district , to St. Paul parties. He spent
thousands of dollars in building up this
Cattle Flagno in South Dakota.
YANKTON , S. D. , July 26. A pecu
liar and deadly disease has recently
broken out in the cattle herds ne. r
Pakwana. During the last two weeks
J. R. Sanborn of the Carpenter ranch
has lost twenty-eight head and other
herds have suffered to a less extent.
The animal will be suddenly attacked
and usually does not live to exceed
ten minutes. Drs. Henry Shipley of
Sheldon , la. , one of the state veteri
narians , and S. M. Smith , a veterinar
ian of Mitchell , have visited the af
fected district and made examinations
to determine the nature of the dis
ease , t. .
WILLING TO ACT f OR PEACE.
President Ready to Act for China if
Stated Conditions Are Met.
WASHINGTON , July 25 'lue fol
lowing letter from the president of
the United States to the emperor of
China was made public by the State
department yesterday. It is in an
swer to a cablegram received by Min
ister Wu on July 20 , 1900 , from the
taotai of Shanghai , dated July 19 , 1900.
It was at once communicated to the
president at Canton , 0. , and the fol
lowing is his reply :
"The president of the United States
to the emperor of China , Greeting : I
have received your majesty's message
of the 19th of July , and am glad to
know that your majesty recognizes the
fact that the government of the Unit
ed States desire of China nothing but
what is just and equitable. The pur
pose for which we landed troops in
China was the rescue of our legation
from grave danger and the protection
of the lives and property of Amer
icans who were sojourning in China in
the enjoyment of rights allowed them
by treaty and international law. The
same purposes are publicly declared by
all the powers which have landsd mili
tary forces in your majesty's empire.
" 1. I am to infer from your majes
ty's letter that the malefactors who
have disturbed the peace of China , who
have murdered the minister of Ger-
matty and a member of the Japanese
legation , and who now hold besieged
in Pokin those foreign diplomatists
who still survive , have not only not
received any favor or encouragement
from your majesty , but are actually in
rebellion against the imperial author
ity. If this be the case , I most sol
emnly urge upon your majesty's gov
ernment to give public assurance
whether the foreign ministers are
alive , and , if so , in what condition.
" 2. To put the diplomatic repre
sentatives of the powers in immediate
and free communication with their re
spective governments and to remove
all danger to their lives and liberty.
" 3. To place the imperial authori
ties of China in communication with
the relief expedition , that cooperation
tion may be secured between them for
the liberation of the legationers , the
protection of foreigners and the restor
ation of order.
If these objects are accomplished it
is the belief of this government that
no obstacles will be found to exist on
the part of tne powers to an amicable
settlement of all the questions arising
out of the recent troubles and the
friendly good offices of this govern
ment will , with the assent of the
other powers , be cheerfully placed at
your majesty's disposition for that
purpose. WILLIAM M'KINLEY.
July 23 , 1900. By the President.
J0tu > HAY , Secretary of State.
ESCORT TOR TH MINISTERS.
Chinese Government Is to Send Them All
to Tien Tsin.
WASHINGTON , July 23. The Chi
nese minister received a dispatcli this
morning from Sheng , the director of
railroads and telegraphs at Shanghai ,
stating that the foreign ministers are
to be sent from Pekin to Tien Sien un
der escort ; also that the imperial gov
ernment has not only been protecting'
them , but has supplied them with
MINISTER PINCHON ALIVE.
ia Hung Chang Hears This and Makes It
PARIS , July 25. M. Delcasse , min
ister of foreign affairs , has received
a telegram from the French consul at
Shanghai , dated July 23 , which says :
"Li Hung Chang just assured me
that M. Pichon ( French minister to
China ) is living and he has agreed to
transmit to him a message from me
requesting a reply within five days. "
China Soldiers Get Domestic Kates.
WASHINGTON , July 25. The post-
office department will issue an order
extending the privilege o- domestic
rates of postage to all United States
soldiers serving in China. This privi
lege is accorded to our soidiers in the
Philippines and Cuba and imposes on
the mails sent by the soldiers to the
United States or sent to them from
points within the United States , only
the ordinary domestic rates charged
on mails circulating within this coun
More Money for the War.
LONDON , July 25. The supplemen-
.tary estimates , necessitated by the
prolongation of the war in South Af
rica , amount to 11,500,000 , making a
total of 34,500,000 voted for this pur
pose , and bringing the total army es
timates up to 76,309,163.
Cnrtls Declines the Place.
WASHINGTON , July 25 Ex-Kep-
resentative George M. Curtis of Iowa
has declined the office of first assis
tant postmaster general. Postmaster
General Smith said after the close of
office hours today that the office had
not been offered to anyone else.
Waterspout In Kansas.
SOLOMON , Kan. , July 25. A water
spout flooded the town at an early
hour this morning , over six inches
of water falling. Cellars and lower
floors were flooded and railroad cul
verts were washed out.
Peace Reigns in Venezuela.
CARACAS , July 25. President Cas
tro has officially proclaimed the reestablishment
tablishment of peace throughout the
republic of Venezuela. Ail political
prisoners have been set free.
Tnrns a Deaf Ear to Appeal.
BERLIN , July 25. Count Von Bue-
low , minister of foreign affairs , made
reply to the appeal of the emperor of
China for German mediation between
the powers and the Chinese govern *
ment. In substance Count Von Bue-
low said he would not submit the tele *
gram of the Pekin government to the
emperor so long as the fate of the le
gations and other foreigners in Pekin
were not ascertained and as long aa
the Chinese government had not
atoned for the murder of the German
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The 57th Year v/ill open September - th. 1900
Catalogues Free. Address
REV. A. MORRISSEY. C. S C. . President.
SI. MARY'S ACADEMY
NOTRE DAME , INDIANA
Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy
fro--s. Chartered 1S" . Thorough Kng-
lish and Classical education. Regular
In Preparatory Department students
carefu'ly ' prepared f ( r Collegiate coiuse.
Physical and Chemi < pl Laboratories well
equipped. Conservatory of ilubic imil
School of Art. Gymnasium under direc
tion of graduate of Boston Normal School
of Gymnastics. Catalogue free. The -Hjlh
year opens Kept. 4. 10CO. Address ,
DIRECTRESS OF THE ACADEMY ,
St. Mary's Academy. - Notre Dacie , Indiana
Washington , ! > . <
1 T.nte Principal Examiner O S. Pension Bureau.
13 rrstn civil war. 15 adjuilh ntir. ; : claims , utty * met- .
Get Your Pension
Write CAPT. O'FARRELL. Pension Agent.
1425 New York Avenue , WASHINGTON. D. C.
Students Enter Any Time.
BEE BUILDING , OMAHA , NEB.
Complete Business Course ;
Complete Shorthand and
Students who desire it are furnished
positions to earn their board while in at
tendance. Fall term Septembers. Cata
logue on application.
of the Age
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It Stiffens the Goods
it Whitens the Goods
It Polishes the Goods
It makes all garments fresh and crisp
as when first bought new.
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