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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 14 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS-' JOURNAL SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1900. 7 Indiana Title Gnaranty & Loan Co 1S9 East Market Street. IM Company Is the motl complete Title Plan in Indinn. n-.t-rsrinfr the separate Plantsof KLLIOTT A HUTI.Klt. WILLIAM O. AXDKKenX. and TU KO DORK STEIN. These have ttccd IfccifM for more than third of Century. 1 1TLK INSURANT!. AH-STIIA CTS.LOAXS. M.000 Indiana Insurance Stock. 55,000 Belt R. R. & Stockyards Stock. 13,000 Indianapolis Ca5 Co. 6s. f 1,000 Indiana Title Guaranty. $500 Indianapolis Fire Ins. Stock. New York and Chicago 5tocks. . NEWTON TODD - 6 & 7 Ingalls Block. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. I LL7CHER& COS Stiito Deposit Vault 30 East Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. PoJcemaa day and night on guard. Designed for tafe keeping of Money, Bonds. Wills, Deeds. Abstracts, Silrer Plate, Jewels and valuable .'rucks. Packages, etc Contains 2,1)0 boxes. ' w . JOIEI S. TARKI.GTOXM..MM.3Xnnaser. HAD A DAY O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 14 July 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, . JULY 14, 1900. Jarttirda,y Morning Ja.les . . . Will be a feature of each succeeding: Saturday up to and including the morning: of the last summer half-holiday September 8. To-day a feast of bargains develops from 8 to 11 o'clock. It will pay you to come. At 12:30 p. m. we close for the day. MAxti-'ArrriiKn of ;uilli:. LINOLEUM . . I N 0 L E U It's for ... OFFICES, HALLS, BATH ROOMS, VESTIBULES, And any other place that a perfect and durable floor covering is needed. M WE'VE ALL GRADES The colors put in under pressure, go clear through like tile. .A Score of Patterns to Pick From. ALBERT GALL, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. Hardwood Floors Laid and Rennlshed. THE DEAL NOT CLOSED ALTHOUGH IT WILL mODADLY BE CONSUMMATED SHORTLY. What John II. Pearaon Says of the Purchase of the Marlon Gas Company. Yesterday's developments go to show that the information published in the Journal lth reference to the sale of the Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

r UND Part One WEEKLY ESTABLISHED DAILY KSTAIiUSHCD 1S30VOL. L-tfO. 196. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PIUCE FIVE CENTS. AY JOURNAL: I Paes 1 to I RAY OF HOPE message rnon remey does sot 3IENTION A MASSACRC. Admiral KenipfT Sends n Report of Operation t Jane 1. Shnvrliis Good rinn Well Executed. GENERAL SITUATION IS WORSE NEWS FROH CHINA SHOWS A MORE GLOOMV SITUATION. One Jlcssagc from Consul Goodnon Speak of Official Recognition of Boxern in Ttvo Provinces. MINISTER WU IS ENERGETIC HE HEINFORCES HIS EFFORTS TO COMMUNICATE WITH PEKING. lie Sends a Second DIspatcb to the Taotal of Shanghai, Urging: Special Effort on His Part. BURNED THE TSUNG II YAMEN GERMAN MARINES AVENGED THE DEATH OF VON KETTELEIl. Japanese Legation Sheds Some Light on a IJad SItaatlon On. Miles Is Not Going to China. WASHINGTON. July 11. Secretary Long has received the following cablegram from Rear Admiral Eeraey, commander-in-chief of the naval forces on the Asiatic station: "Che-Foo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1900. through the foreign establishments here, none of whom, however, was able to shed the slightest light on the subject- At the Russian embassy the officials wtre neither able to confirm nor deny, stating that the government was not In the habit of forwarding news of developments to Its diplomatic representatives. , At the German, French, Japanese, Chinese anu all other foreign embassies, horror was expressed at the reported occurrence, although In none of these quarters was there any knowledge of the facts. Cnned n General Relief. WASHINGTON. July II. The official 'ftatenv-nt from St. Petersburg to-night that no news of the murder of the Russian minister at Peking had been received In the Russian capital was a source of gratification to -officials here. It came as a distinct relief to Minister Wu, who said he was glad that the report proved unfounded, as he fully believed would be the case. Secretary Long said the report had turned out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, " 1900. VON BUELOW'S POLIGY IT IS GEXER ALLY APHHOVCD DV THK P41ESS AiD PEOl'LK. The Socialists nud Their Organs Are the Only Exceptions to the Chorus of Commendation. SOME CAMPAIGN DIFFICULTIES rnr.Y ahk skt forth uv an kxierieced germa.n officer. Interest In Doer AVnr HevlTed Japan's Financial Condition -GosIp of the German Capital. Copyright, 1?. ly the Associated Preys. BERLIN, July li.-Interest in the Chinese nigma here is deepening steadily, both iv Ith the government and the nation. The preparations for a special expedition to L'hlna occupy a large part of the public itt-ntion. Among the officers who will so :o China are a number of the best and uo?t efflciei.t in the German army. A score ?f them have belonged to the general staff jnd the number will also include somewho r.-rre formerly military instructors in TlcnTtln and elsewhere in the Orient. The rrratest care has been taken In selecting the officer? and men. The authorities wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15; '1800. SPARKS CAUSED A FIRE that i:nt titc nnms'To the happv lit tig ;mt n. Damped Into the Iloillntc Cnnldron ai lie Glers Wnm ly the Roxer The Agony Elsewhere. Milwaukee . . 4 Indianapolis . '2 Buffalo . . . Kmiftan City 4 Cleveland ! Mlnncnpolis . 4 ChlrtiKo . . . . 4 Detroit . . . 2 Games Scheduled for To-Dny. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. Cleveland at Detroit. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 74 41 CO .Sr Milwaukee 74 42 32 S Indianapolis 71 41 31 .5 Cleveland ....71 37 24 .521 Detroit 71 33 40 .452 Minneapolis 7; 21 42 .417 Kansas City 7!) ' 3T, 41 .413 Buffalo 74 31 43 .413 Sparks have often resulted In serious losses and such was the ca5e again yesterday at Washington Park when Sparks was responsible for the defeat of the Indianapolis aggregation by the Milwaukee team by a score of 4 to 2. the same score by which Chicago Increased her lead on first place by defeating Detroit. Sparks did not ßeern to have an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS. JOURNAL, .SUNDAY,. JULY 15, 1CCD. Fair and warmer. LONDON IS GLOOMY tention. Quite tho most remarkable competitor Is young Hyde, who 13 shooting for Rugby, in the public schools contest. He Is Just one Inch taller than his rifle, yet he holds it steadily, shoots rapidly and scores wonderfully well. Among the visitors at BIsley Is Col. Cary Sanger, United States army (engaged in making a special investigation of the military system of Europe for the United States War Department), who Inspected all the details. He is quoted as saying the United States had nothing to compare with that organization the National Rifle Association for the encouragement of rifle shooting. xxx The feature of the week among the theaters was the production of. "The Casino Girl," at the Shaftesbury Theater. It bids fair to have a popular run, though it is scarcely likely to take London so by storm as did its predecessor, "The Belle of New York." xxx The musical event of the ; week was the fir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, " . SUNDAY, JULY IS, TZZd. jotRXAL's iiusixnsjrDinECTonT. I Ric1, :s 1 Wt M!rfc1tan ftrret. Te!rW.a: old. Z:)i new. iU2. Ttrr'tory weal of " hit riwT. COAL-COAlr-Ccburn CnI Co. Kant S3 t- AnUiraclte, co. fcard anl ort coal. Thon tM. FLORISTS TKRTT:nTANM rLOHAl, COM PANT. Itew No. 211 Jlasi ave., 225 N. DeL at. Tel. MX LALNDRIES t;.:on co-ofehativi: laundry. Work called for. Vi-Ul Vlrg. aTe. Vhont 13. MANTELS AND GRATES T. IL PUIlSELli (lUatela, Fumacf). SI Mis, are. V. IL LOCKWOOD. LH1S lmcVe baildln. SALE AND LIVERY STABLESHORACE WOOD (Carrlacea. Trap. Bar, boards, etc) 2 Circle. Tel. 1057. fcHOW CASESWILLIAM WEIGEL. HI South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERSFRANK liLANCHARD. I N. Delaware st. Tel 41L La7 Attendant. WALL PAPERS IL C STEVENS. New Styl Wall rapr. Low prtcea. fctf N. ßenat av. TL 2 cn 2X3. Fl'MIUAL DIUCCTOnS. FLA?CNER & EUCIIANAN'-fLIcensed mblmrs.) Can ship dlrhtherla n1 car'et fver. Laiy mbimr for ladles and children. Sä; North lil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

SEE ÄLSü FOLLOW i NG COPY THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, -1C0D: THE SAVINGS'' DEPARTMENT THE INDIANA TRUST CO. CAPITAL - SURPLUS - - THIS COMPANY WILL PAY YOU 3 PER CEiNT. INTEREST ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS OF $1.00 AND UPWARD. - - $i;ooovcoo $75,000 DEPOSITS MAY BE MADE AT ANY TIME NO REGULAR AMOUNT IS REQUIRED OFFICERS. i J. P. FRENZEL. President. FREDERICK FAUN LEY, 1st Vice Pres. E. G. CORNELIUS. 2d Vice Pres. JOHN A. BUTLER. Secretary. IOTIGIS. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. Real Estate We have many bargains to offer in Indianapolis Real Estate, both in improved property with good income, and in vacant lots and acres with an assured increase in value. Parties seeking desirable investments are invited to communicate with us. The Central Trust Company 150 East Market Street. SAFE DEPOSITS. i. A. I LfclCIiERÄ CO.'S Safe X0osit Vault 2l Knut AVanhincton Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman tlay and night on guard. Designed for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 10, iZZd. 0 FELT A HAUS A case of the newest shapes has just arrived fjems of style and models of excellence. A delicate castor felt, with a crinkled crepe band of white silk, is charming' from every point of view. Felt Sombreros and Lawton Hats, arc likewise available here in every accepted shape and shade. Fur felts, $2.00 and upward. L. - Ay res SSL Co. "4 3IAMI'ACTLIli:it OF GKILLCS. ace Curtain lUay Out ia Monday's Bargain Sale Irish Point.... Kepular price 83, CO torlo. at kpU.OO NOTTINGHAM Jlernlar price S3 and tfT '"Iß 93.50, to close, at it . WW An Invoice lot that we clean out. Two and tbre 1 a Ira to a. pattern. NEWEST GOODS. KAKEST CHANCE. ALBERT GALL, Carets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and IO AVest Washington St. llarlwool I'lonr Laid and Keflnished. "TELL THE TRUTH" Iced tea is a fine tipple for warm weather. "We offer Teas, $l quality, at 70c a lb; another quality. 50c; another, COc. Notwithstanding the advance in Coffees, our pri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

J WD AY 0 Part Two Pages 9 to S6 A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IJmLIHj KJ v - 5 THE SITUATION IN CHINA IT IS FRAUGHT WITH GREATEST hifficclty ron the towers. A Calm. Coueldc Statement of the Cnac by Jnmcs Hryce, 31. i, Mrmbt-r of the IlrltUh Cauluct. During the last fortnight the Interest of Europeans and even of Englishmen which hid been for so long concentrated on South Africa has suddenly "been diverted 1? China. There U little use Iii discussing the events of the last few days, or In speculating on the immediate future, because every day changes the position, which may have become quite different before these lines can reach America, But there arc certain reflections suggested by the present situation which are Irrespective of the incidents of the moment and deserve to be inadc because they have an attention to the underlying causes that have brought about the present state of things, and to the future relations of China to th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE' INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, lCu first congressional action taken), to regulate the laying out ami making a road from Cumberland !n the State of Maryland, the head waters of the Potomac, to the State of Ohio. The President was authorized to appoint three discreet and disinterested citizens of the United States to lay out a road from Cumberlrnd, or a point on the northern bank of the River Totomac In the State of Maryland, between. Ohio and the place where the main road leading from Givlns to Winchester In Virginia crosses the river, to the State of Ohio whose duty it shall be, as soon as may be after their appointment, to repair to Cumberland aforesaid and view the grounds from the points on the River Potomac hereinbefore designated to the River Ohio, and to lay out in such direction as they shall Judge under all the circumstances the most proper, a road from thence to the Ohio river, to strike the same at the moat convenient place between a point on its eastern bank ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

fELQ INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15. IC 11 TheCity'sOClAL LIFE Events, Gsyeties and Personal The Original Summer Girl. ffr much bMoaic research. From evidence stronar, I believe That I have found out. Heyond shadow of doubt. That the flm summer girl was Eve. i h had unconventional ways, she lived out-of-irs. and all that; se was tanned by the, run Until brown as a bun. For she, roanM 'round without any hat. T' a small garden party she wr.nt. Where the men were exceMinsrly few; But she raptured a mate And fettled hr fate. As often th" summer girls do. Now, my Ktatement. of course. I have proved, Fat as evident that isn't all; A summer Irl she. Is conceded to be F?cau?e she stayed there till the Fall. Carolyn Well?. In July Smart Set. A Ilirthdny Luncheon. Would you like to Rive your daughter a luncheon to celebrate her birthday? asks, the Philadelphia Vre. It is a very easy, as well as a vary charmlnp way of entertaining, and I phall be glad to give you any hints about it that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE : INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY . 15, Ito J.. H'TTT? gTJ"VT) AY JOXJUI'S Ali I . " I SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1WK). -v Telephone Cull. Business Ore..'.... Editorial Uooms K Ti;ll3I! OF ?L'IISCItHTIO.. DAILY UY MAIL. T H t ntr ati v r ................. 00 ril- inclu.tm Sur..l-iv. one year.... 19.00 unday only, one year Z.0Q Pally only, on month $179 lally only. three months X-00 WIICN FU UN IS 1 1 CD BY AGENTS. rii!lr. rer week. ty carrier 15 cts un1jr, lns;!e copy et Lrally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... Z) cts weekly. Ter year..... .. J 1.00 Reduced Ilntrs to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or sna fufcscriitlua to tho JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. IVrsona Pendln; the Journal through the malls In the Untt1 Ktat- rhoulJ put on an.elKht-i'aife rar-er a OXE-CBNT postage stamp: on a twelve or sixtern-raee tawr a TWO-CENT pontape tamp. Foreign postage is usually double these A l es. All communications Intended for publication In this paper niuwt. in...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1900. 13 A FILIPINO PEACE PLAN SUGGESTIONS FROM AGl'IXALDO'S FOIUIEIt SECRETARY OF STATE, Embodying? an Outline of a Bants of Agreement Which Slight IM'sIbl? Lead to Good Heaalts. CotTfron!ence of the Associated Presa. MANILA. Philippine Islands, May 23. Felipe Buencamlno, formerly pccretary of state In the Filipino government, surrendered to the American forces last December, fully expecting to be shot as soon as It was learned who he was. Instead of executing him. however, the American officer to whom Buencamlno presented himself Invited the Filipino to share his supper of two eggs and a handful of rice, and the next day sent him dowt to Manila. Here he was confined for three months In the Avela-street Jail. Shortly before General Otis left for home Buencamlno was released and It was understood between Otis and Buencamlno that the latter should devote his energies toward effecting peace between the Filipino forces and those of the United ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1000. j LOCAL MUSICAL WORLD 'AÜMVCnSATlIi:S OF S03in IVORLDKSOWX MUSICIANS, rrogratnmra at the Churche To-Pay Personal GoiIi Theatrical Cbat. Mrs. C. W. Goetz will sing? "The Promise cf Life." by Cowen, at the Central Christian Church this morning. Mrs. Carroll Carr has resigned her position as soprano soloist at St. Paul's Church and Is spending the summer at Irvington. Miss Lily J. Adam has been engaged us Instructor of vocal music at the Indiana Institute for the Blind and will commence her work In the fall. :. Mrs. TL J. Carpenter, soprano soloist at tel. Andrew's Church. Louisville, will sing 'Peace I Leave with You." Tinney. at Koberts Turk Church at this morning's service. The Musical Record for July contains a " fine half tone engraving of William C. Carl, the noted organist, and also contains a new and pretty song by Victor Harrte, "Just as It Used to Do." .Musicians, and especially vocalists, know Paulino V'iardot-Garcla and he...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1900. 15 (rtmr.isiiKiJ by .special, arkanokmknt.) he Sand Walf(erao o o BY FEKQUS HUME. (Copyright VM-O, by Feru Hum.) I make no endeavor to explain this experience. Kxplanatlon of It Is Impossible. I can conceive no theory upon which to base even th most slender attempt. It baffles xne. It has always bailed me and It will continue to bade me. Yet the Impress of the thing loses nothing of its vividness "With time. It Is as clear before me now as It was within a few hours of Its event. I believe I heard a ghost knocking; I am certain I saw a ghost moving. "Indigestion, fancy, an overwrought and distorted brain," you will say, no doubt. I wish I could think it was. But It wasn't. The sequel to that glimpse of the dead was too terrible, the cause too pertinent to the effect to permit for one moment of any attribution to disorder, mental or alimentary. No, what I saw was actual, self-existent. I will set down the facts for you as they occurred ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 July 1900

16 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1900. V FOR FEMININE READERS Tllln AVOflTII KXOWIXG nV AV03IE AVIIO Mi:.V. TO CA. Mi OUT. A Clranllne That May Not Ilf xt to Godlinm A fw Summer Dunce 31 en. and Their I) I nit cm. There Is really nothing like returning to first principles In the summer time, says a writer In tho Philadelphia Inquirer. A vacation Is always recommended, because one "needs th change," and If she needs a chansre it should bo as decided a one as possible. That i3 one reason why the camping-out party Is a popular form of summer vacation recreation. It is an easy matter to believe that those who cling to summer hotels and summer resorts are bound by habit, and are lacking In originality. It doesn't matter much whether & woman has settled her mind on the camp In the woods, on the seashore or In the mountains her first thought in each Instance is the tame. She may be sensible or she may be thoughtless, she may be old-fashioned or she may be the contr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 16 July 1900

11 IMBIÄMAEOLI JOUBNAI A VVKKKLY ESTABLISHED IC3. DAILY ESTABLISHED iS2. VOL. LNO. 197. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1900. itllrrj O VriiNlO. I TRAINS AND 8UNDATF, CR.NT8. 7 t J i MESSAGE OF Governor of Shan-Tung Wires That All For eigners in Peking Are Dead. Massacred by the Chinese After Their Ammunition Was Exhausted and a Breach Made in the British Legation's Walls. WASHINGTON HAS CORROBORATIVE NEWS Taotai Sheng Cables Mr. Wu That the Lega tions Were Shelled July 7. Officials Try to Derive Hope from the Fact That the News Is of Native Origin List of Probable Victims The Oregon Reported. SHANGHAI, July IS. An official telegram was received to-night from the Governor of Shan-Tung stating that a breach was made in the wall of the British legation at Peking after a gallant defense and when all the ammunition had given out. All foreigners were killed. . WASHINGTON. July 15.-Such news as came to Washington to-day from China was distinctly bad. It consisted of a Cablegram to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 16 July 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 16, 1900. the little remaining band, all Europeans, met death stubbornly. There was a desperate hand-to-hand encounter. The Chinese lost heavily, but as one man fell others advanced, and Anally, overcome by overwhelming odd", every one of the Europeans remaining was put to the sword In the most atrocious manner." ANOTHER SENSATIONAL. STORY. ' The Shanghai correspondent of the Daily Express, on the alleged authority of couriers who brought the story, gics a very sensational account. He says: "Middered with hunger, after having teen without food for many day?, the members "of the legations and the guards made a sortie on the night of June 30, and killed 3 Chinese In an unexpected attack. General Tung Fun Slang, enraged over the loss of o many men, brought up heavy L'ins and Prince Tuan gave the order that cverj foreigners must be destroyed. His words were: 'Destroy even foreign vestige and make China a sealed book to all western powers.' "Princ...

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