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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

Fill OCEAN TO OCEAN A Transcontinental Railway Lino Under Vandorbilt Control. OUTLINE OF THE GREAT SCHEME fiamo Old Story Ilovnmpcit l'cniuylvanln Itunit Said to Ho Looking to tlio Con trol of tlio Hnntn l'o System A Tlilrtl Transcontinental I.lno Mkcly to Ho Hutlt. NEW YOItK, July 13. The Tribune says: One of tho certainties of the not llstant future, In tho opinion of Wall Btrcct, Is the establishment of a trans continental railway lino under Vandor bilt control. Tho IJoston & Albany, tho Now York Central and tho West Shoro are tho Vnnderbllt lines linking New York nnd Boston, tho great cities of the eastern seaboard, with Buffalo; nnd Buffalo Is Joined to Chicago by tho Lnko Shore, tho Michigan Central and tho Nickel Plate. Tlio Chicago & Northwestern, which Is practically n Vnnderbllt road, stretches westwnrd from Chicago to Omaha, where it meets tho Union Pa cific, a controlling Interest In which the Vnnderbllts nro credited with hold ing. Tho western termini of tho Uni...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

She fml-WffMii Zxlbmt. IRAIj BARE.EdITOIIAKD PltOI'IUETOIl HUIIHOHJI'TION ItATEH. One Year, cashln advance f 1.25 Six MoDthi, cn.ih In ndrance 75 Cents Entered attbeNorthI,litte(NebrsiiB)pof,kmcea) acond-r.lass matter. FRIDAY, JULY M, 1899. A few more exposures of llic "Greater American Exposition" by the Omaha I3cc and we will be ready to believe tliat nosclf-rcBpcct-inf person will pay the fifty-cent admission fee. An honest office holder will court an honest investigation of his of ficial acts, rather than refuse an in vestigation. If the "reform" of ficials have been doing business on the "Bquarc" they will not object to throwing their offices and records open to the committee appointed by the last legislature. If they refuse to give the committee the informa tion which they have a right to demand, the "reformers" must naturally be branded dishonest. Thk O'Neill Frontier says that "of the eighteen free Bilvcr men be longing to Company M, Third reg iment, sixteen returned home re...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

if' h. -,- JSC . k4 - 4 cmt Wf cfetu Srtbunc. ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, Cm- Editor. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1899. " Mrs. Jennie Crisswell is visiting- lneiius in sutiicriaiiil. Rev. A. J. Armstrong-, of Brady, juhi yesiercmy in town. J. J. Ilallignn and liis son Ralph arc spending uic day in Uiruualn The school board will hold an ad journed menting to-morrow night. P. C. Letts and Miss Laura Letts returned this morning from a visit Ico Cream Troczcra at Wilcox De partment Store. The W. R. C. wilt serve ice cream and cake on the court house lawn baturday evening, July 22d. The Methodist ladies will serve ice crcatn and cake at the court house park to-morrow evening. A. M. Allen, who is larirelv in terested in the Gothenburg Water Power Co., spent yesterday in town. Try Ur. Longlcy's Little Lazv Liver Lifters. Guaranteed- Mrs, G. II. Lawrence and Miss Murray Johnson went to Lexington una illuming lu visu ineir inuicr Mrs. Geo. 10. French returned . Sunday evening to Omaha where she id undergoing med...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

inn n m 1 rivo r-.i;lly and Eight Serlouslj Burned By.'.ra Being Rescued, MANY FAMILIES IN THE BUILDING Bappotcri ti Hnvo Htnrtcd from ClRitr ctte Which Men Wero Hmokliig While I.ylnjr In Mod Mini Whu 8lurl It ! capej Duiiiiico to tho Uullitlng .Slight. NEW YOHK, July 12. Fire in n crowded flvc-story tonomcnt In Monroe street early today resulted In fatal In juries to llvo persons and tho over coming by snioko of eight others. The fatally Injured are ns follows: Mrs. Rebecca Hasolc. Itoso Ilasck, her daughter, 12 ycar3 old, Inhaled fire. Mrs. Tllllo Silver, burned on head and body. Rosto Sliver, hor daughter, C years old, burned on head and body. Sain London, who boarded with the Silver futnlly, burned on head and body nnd Inhaled flameu Thoso who wcro sovoroly Injured, but will probably recover, arc: Harry Basek, an expressman, burned about tho nrms nnd faro nnd legs. Ills five children, Becky, aged 17, overcomo by smoke; Paulino, aged 15, overcome by smokoi Hannah, aged M, overcom...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

m i" twM rtain I mill inn .iaaa ! , . pmrflnffinw1 -fir.-' i , , v - 1 1 I ' . ' ' - - f I r lUGHAVHOTN ALASKlBOLNpARY LLNC. . A nnnr. rjAun, TIRED OF TIIEOip QUESTION. Tit M DDIfilMniflB Li lay a Busy One, but Rah Headers It Uost Uncomfortablo. EIGHT MEETINGS ARE ON PROGRAM Uilons Form tlio Toplo for tlio Knrly Hours Sessions More on l.'ducntlonal Lines Thnn In Former Years Well At tended nnd frolltublo tlallierlng, DETROIT, Mich., July ll.-Tho closing day of the International Chris tian Endeavor convention was tho busiest of tho week. When the day is completed there will liavo been eight great gatherings, provided tho rain, which began falling Just after tho big morning meetings assembled, docs not check operations. Tho tendcnclco of tho 'D9 gathering along educational nnd other practical lines has caused this convention to bo called the edu cational convention. Its general trend Is conceded to havo been to broaden, ns well na Inspire . tho young peoplo, rather than to have led th...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 July 1899

I People and Events. II. V. Ilillikcr spent Wednesday in Grand Island. D. M. Uoutliclt returned to Over ton Wednesday morning. Mibs Gussic Larson went to Lex ington Wednesday morning-. Jno. and Roy Vernon expect to leave next week for a visit in Den ver. K. A Cary went to "Wilbur yes terday morning to upend a few days. T. C. Patterson transacted bus iness in Ilcrshey Wednesday night. M. C. Keith returned yesterday morning from a business trip to Omaha. Mrs. Jan. Dcrrain and children went to Cozad yesterday to visit relatives. Miss AugtiBta Kskilsou went to Gothenburg Wednesday morning to Bpcnd two weeks. Miss Myrtle Agncw and Miss Nellie Agncw, of Atlantic, arc visit ing Mr. and Mtb. L. 10. Wood. Win. Neville was in Grand Island yesterday looking after various matters, politiccl and otherwise. J. S. Hoagland returned Tuesday night from Kearney where he had been arguing the case of Haskell vs Kccd. Mrs. J. Hcrshcyaud son and Mrs. II. 15. Welsh and son returned yes terday morning from...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

S. V v. . if FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1899. NO. 50. i as n 4 K.t I, yW -A f WE MEAN BOMBS. Wc arc now conducting one of the Clearing Sales for which this Store is famous a sale which will benefit all who share in its distri button of reliable merchandise at OUT P1UCES. We have done a remarkable half year's business, therefore the number of rom nants, short lengths, odds and ends and broken lots which must bo closed out is much larger than usual. This means bargains for everybody, and such low prices as only this store is noted for. We challenge comparison on any item quoted below, confident that our prices are unquestionably the lowest. or mci Mm i Skirts. 1 lot Ladies' Linen Skirts worth 50 cents re duced to 1 lot Ladies' Linen Skirts worth 75 cents re duced to Hot White Duck Skirts worth $1.25, re duced to 1 lot Ladies' Crash Skirts in stripes and checks, worth 2.00 to 2.50, reduced to 1 lot Ladies' Tan Colored Skirts trimmed with braid and buttons...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IltA I.. II A It II. Proprietor. TEItMH; $1.25 IN ADVA NCR KOItTII ITjAITB NHMBASKA. llopo Is tho feeling wo still bavo af ter it la nil gone. Man onco ato tho croam, but now they crcmato tho man. To tho deaf and dumb man actions speak louder than words. In tho gamo of llfo the ono-atmotl man always plays n lono bund. Thcro Is no sympathy between a proud mind and n boggar's purse. Somo girls mako tholr gowns and tho cowifi of somo other girls tnako thorn. Knowlcdgo Is power only to tho in Jlvldual who knows ho doesn't know It all. Pcoplo who nro given to conceited fault-finding Imagine It Is Intelligent criticism. A man could mako money with flvo fingers If bo didn't bavo ten for It to ullp through. Tho man who gets Intoxicated at night has plenty of tlmo for sober re flection tho next morning. Although tho sun never sets on Un do Sam's possessions II manages to lncubato n lot of troublo nevertheless. 'Tlsn't hard to tell whero tho chil dren's good traits co...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

STEAMING UP THE AMAZON. ALLIGATORS ATE UP HIS BABIES BEFORE BIS EYES. The Greatest River of the World Described by Frank Carpenter. I am on an ocean steamer 800 miles from the Atlantic In the heart of South America. I am Just now within a hair mile of Its south bank. The shores aro lined with cacao orchards, and by the aid of my Elass I can seo the golden fruit from which our choco late comes shining out of the green leaves. Back of Jhe orchards aro the lofty trees of tho mighty Amazon for ests, and close to tho shoro aro the Bray thatched huts of tho people. The opposlto bank Is wooded, but It Is s"o far away that It forms only a lino of 80ft wavy bluo which fades Into tho lighter bluo of tho sky. I entered tho Amazon by Its lower mouth south of the Island of Marajo. 1 sailed about that Island, which it Bolf Is as big as soma of our states, to the narrows, and then wound In and out through a series of wonderful chnnnels Into the main stream. Slnco then I have been steaming slowly u...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

tit jfrittl-WffMij WtMnt. IRA L BARE, Editoh and Pnoi-niKTOit BUUSOnit'TION IIATEB. One Year, cash In advance, 1 1.2.1 8li Months, cash In advance ..75 Cents' Entered BttheNorthPlattetNebrMkaJpoitofJleeaa secoud-clstsmslter. TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1899. Rki'Uiilican papers in the district arc unanimously favorable to the nomination of Judge Kinkndc for congress. From this source the Judge is insured a hearty support during the campaign. Tub wheat harvest has been in progress in the cast part of the state during the past week. Gen erally speaking the wheat will yield better than was expected a mouth ago, though it will not be an aver age crop. A dkmockat tells us that his party will insist on the nomination of J. 10. Hush for county clerk, and that it the popuhstB in the conven tion turn Mr. Hush down, the dem ocratic support will be with-drawn from the populist ticket. This may, of course, be simply a bluff. An agreement between the tin plate manufacturers and their workmen have been rea...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

V ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City Editor. TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1899. Mrs. Jas. SliafTcr arrived from umaiia tins morning. Miss Anna Sorcnson is visiting relatives in Grand Island. The pay car will reach here at uvc o ciock iniB aucrnoon. Frank Sullivan Bpent Sunday in town visiting his parcntB. Mrs. M. B, Jones, of Aurora, is vibiting Mrs. J. I. Minor. Milton Doolittle is transacting business in Hcrshey to-day. Taney Parasola at Wilcox Depart ment Store. Miss Mabel Donchower has re turned from a ten days visit in Den ver. Oliver Deats went to Maxwell t.hiB morning to work on the Hendy ranch. Mrs. Henry BretcrnitK went to Omaha this morning to spend a few days. , Mrs. Mary Baker and children went to Omaha on train No. 2 this morning. Miss Neleye Iliirtman went to Grand Island this morning to visit for two weeks. Jf ow JCdea Pattorno 10a oach at Wil cox Department Ptorq. The W. R, C. will hold an ice cream socinl at the court house park next Saturday evening. Mrs. J. L. Minor !b entertaining a fe...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

THE DAISIES KNEW. Om afternoon o sat on the llttlo hrmhouuo veranda, looking down the road, as city boarders wilt, as though ezpeotlnc something to come along aid relieve It monotony, when something did come. Ovor the bill In tbo lato aunshlno of 6 o'clock came Pink and Harry, walking and talking, he hatlcss and smiling, she grave; both deaporate ly Interested. Pink held a daisy In her hand. Within ten .yards of tho house they Bcatod themselves upon a rock, Pink otlll twirling tho daisy. I saw that Pink wan pulling It to pieces, and that Harry's face grow by turns hopeful and sad. "Not!" I heard him exclaim onco, then ho reached out and got another flower, which Pink pullod to pieces. "Notl" again, ho echoed, as Pink pnrtcd her protty lips and shook her head. "It Is nil non sense, nnywny," ho added. Hut I could seo by Pink's faco that sho did not agreo with Jilra. "I'll lenvo It to n mutual friend," Bald Harry nt last, as Pink continued to shako her head. "Como down," call ing to mo...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

CAPTAIN DIIEYEUS SAVED PROM LONGER EXILE BY THE ROTHSCHILDS. o Mutter How llio Holrlnl Trrmlnntr Ho Will Ili'inulii Popular Aiihuil- tno Vitro Itrpulitlciins llellcf Tlmt Con tagions Wcro l'nld rr. After nearly live yearn of exllo spent in prison on Devil's Island, Just oft ttoo coast of French Guinea, It begins to look as If Droyfua was destined to bo vindicated of tho foul chargo of treason which retted upon him. He 1ms Jukt returned In honor to France. His enemies have been powerful, but lila friends have nlso been powerful, and through tho persistent efforts of tho latter the tide of public sentiment In Franco has been turned In his favor, while Count Estorhazy has been driven to confess I1I3 guilt of forging tho doc ument upon which DreyfuB was con- CAPTAIN DREYFUS. demned to exile. One of tile stnnchcat of tho friends of Dreyfus Is Lieutenant Georgo Plcquart, who ran the gamut of tho genernl staff to establish tho In nocence of tho Hobrow officer, and who Is now languishing In...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 July 1899

I People and Events, f R. L. Graves went to Omaha Sunday morning'. Miaa Dora Hutchinson spent Sunday at her home in Maxwell. Judge II. M. Grimes spent Satur day in Chappcll holding court. Mrs. S. II. Taylor and daughters returned Saturday morning from a visit to Iowa. Mrs. Mary Grace and Miss Sarah Grace left last niirht lor a visit in Kvaiiston. J. Wolf has returned Irom a week's visit in eastern Nebraska and Kansas City. Mrs. II. J. Roth and daughter re turned Sunday from a short visit in Ilershcy. Miss Alice Beach returned Satur day morning from a two weeks vi6it with friends in the vicinity ol licr- Bliey. Mrs. M. J. Newman went to Julcs bure Saturday afternoon to visit her daughter Mro, O. S. Ilumbcr- stouc. Mrs. Henrietta Fries returned to her home in Omaha Sunday after cnioyinir a two weeks' visit with relatives. II. L. Talmairc left yesterday morning for his home in Cambridge alter viBitimr his son J. U. lor lour weekH. W. J. Stuart and sous Wray and Jay returned this mornin...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

Wxt Jjtot'th Mt j&nm Mhsh &vhmt FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. NO. 51. City Property For sale by the Receiver of the North Platte Na tional Bauk.North Platte No. 1. Lots li and IS, block 8, North Platte Town Lot co's. addition to the city of North Platte, Neb. Location on the corner of Sixth and Lincoln Avenues. l-?1 - block of tn original town of North Platte, Nebraska. No. 3. East half of lot o. block 11(1, of the original town of North Platte, Nebraska. This property Is only one block and a half from the court house square. On the lot Is a comfortable, story and a half, live room frame house. Location Is on Fifth street, between Locust and Vine streets. .No. 4. Lots l.S.3,4, 6, 0, 7, 8. 0. 10, 14, 15, and 18, IllockS In North Platte Town Lot Co's. Addition to the City of North Platte, Loca tlon on Sixth street between Madison and Jcflerson avenues. No. IS. Lots 3 and 4, Ulock M, In the orig inal plat of the City of North Platte, Nebras ka. ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. 1KA U HA UK, 1'foirlrlor. TEUMS: $1.25 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEBBA8KA. NEBRASKA Contrary to explanations, wheat in Folk county 1b turning out well. Tho thirteenth minimi reunion of tho Northwest Nebraska Soldiers' and Sailors' association nt Bordeaux was the most successful In Its history. William Drady of Davey, the aeven tenn year-old son of Mlko Brady, had his eye burned tho Fourth of July and did nothing for It. Now tho doctor nays he mny lose tho sight of the ye. On tho charge of attempted rape on tho person of tho ten-year-old child of Mitt Allen, Tom Bottorff of Wash ington count, was bound over to the district court. Ills ball was fixed at $2,000. Tho little daughter of Engineer George Orny of Wymoro waa bitten by a rabid dog and when the madstono was applied It stuck. The dog t'Icd during tho night. The mayor Issued an edict that all dogs found without muzzles would bo shot on the spot, entlsts It Is said they did not doctor her nor nllow kur to ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

1L s n it BROO KLYN Tronblca that Awnmo an Eicltlng end Serious Oharactor, ROUGH HANDLING BY THE POLICE. Froken Ilends and lionet for Motermcn uml Fence Officers KfforU to Preserve, Order In the Orent Mass of Angered Men Appenr to bo t'utlls. NEW YORK, July 20. Tho strike ordered yestorday morning on tho lines of tho Metropolitan street rail way In Now York Infused new blood . Into tho strike In Brooklyn and did not tend to Improvo matters. Tho arrest of twenty-ono men, charged with conspiracy to dostroy tho elevated railroad this morning nt Fifth avenue and Thlrty-slxth streot, had little effect upon the public, although It was expected that public sympathy would turn agalnBt tho strikers. The car servlco was very poor on all the lines. Tho scarcity of passengers on tho Nassau cars leaving tho foot of South Eighth street for Canarsle, Hamburg nvenuo and Brownsville was moro no ticeable than any day sinco the strike. Only a few Conoy Island nnd Bergen Beach cars were running and Bri...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

IRA L 13 ARB, Editor and Pboi'RIEToh BUllSOHIPTIOK RATES. Ooo Year, cash In advance,..., , ., .11.2.1 Sli Months, cash In advance., ........ ,,75 Gents Entered at the North rinlte( Nebraska) poslofflce as econd-class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. Secretary Aeokr lias tendered his resignation of the war portfolio to take clTcct August 1st. It is rumored that the resignation was prcseute'l through a slight rupture between the president and the sec retary. A successor to Alger has not yet been named. The judgment of over six hun dred thousand dollars secured by the state against the bondsmen of c.v-statc treasurer llarctcy, if af firmed by the higher court and col lected from the bondsmen, is a mighty good thing for the state but a little hard on the sureties, To the latter it will prove a costly instance of misplaced confidence. J. Stkrmno Morton repeats his ofTcr through his Conservative and awaits takers. The proposition is this: 'The Conservative will pay a round sum in gold coin ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

S&be fml-WfMy tribune ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, Citt Editou FRIDAY, JULY 2t, 1899. Joseph Hcrslicy is having his residence repainted. Mrs. D. Mooney. ot Lexington, is visiting her son P. h. Mooney. S. K. Ross sold li is house on west Third street to-day to Eugene uilliame for $1,375. The sale was made through P. h, Mooney Mrs, Alex Pcnwick and two chil drcn will leave this afternoon for Sutherland to spend a few days visiting friends. Thos. McGovern, Jr., who has been working in the shops at Oma ha, came up this morning and is visiting relatives here. Prof. McElvain, the Grand Island optician, is in town to-day with headquarters at Clinton's. He will remain in town to-morrow. Quite a bunch of black cattle be t longing to T. 15. "Wood & Co. which have been pastured near here were moved yesterday to theCokcr ranch near btttherland. There is "weeping and wailing" among the freight conductors be cause of the fact that commencing tomorrow they will be compelled to make out their own tonn...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

WW Signs of the Timoa Indicate a Breaking Down of tho Rebellion. INSURGENTS DESERT WiTll ARMS. Mnnlclpml Government Itnlttfc i:tnbllhed nnd Alt In Working Admirably South ern Port of T.uion lleliijr Opened to Trndor-Tho Only Itoiie of Insurzcnt JLender, "WASHINGTON, July 19. Tho Btnto department yesterday received from tho Philippine commission nn import ant dlnpatch conveying IIichc facto: Dy tho co-opcrntlon of tho military, municipal governments have heon es tablished In sovon Important townH In the provinces of Manila and Cavlto. Those aro working ndmlrnhly and one good effect of thorn Is that consider nblo numhorH of the insurgents aro constantly dosortlng and coming In, Homo of them with arms. Tho system will soon bo extended to other towns which arc asking for It. Continued hucccss la this direction will mean tho beginning of tho end. Tho com missioners state that tho gencrnl situ ation as described in the messagn of General Otis, Juno 26, excopt that a mimbor of ports in tho...

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