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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 June 1899

THE CIRCUS is mm With Red Lemonade and Peanuts. Wliim:Wll.lMi;,T<l!lllN\Hk •nd th* tlaahanl Trumatt When Th»> ••hold lh« luutKi ' • Pug»t Sound. •Th* circus U eomtne!"* That's what th* small boys of f-v --• tiiv have whispered to one another tor days; they hftve been Idling tb«lr fathers and mother* and their Erandp*r«nts all about II and with I h«- precision of an advance agrnt cautioning them n>t la r >ri! I III.' <S*te. In Ihflr • >'< * th« rvrnl I* » Important ■it the humv coming of the Washington troops. ltln*Mu« lln.»' shows with Ihctr ntfi:tr»-atl ni nf tMM will drop •mhor at ,*v.»t»l,- about 4 o't-lovk ii«-»l Krtla> morning. Any chap of IS or un-l -r can tell you lie bin inn* will be pit. li. .1. The •Ho la opvoatte tktT. M.'". A. park. The modern circus. works swiftly »n-l *)*triitiiir»iiv anl i-iiiii year v quicker war Is found of doing thl:>ir«. Within two hour* nit.-, itis U»t tmSn rwltti Hrattle th.- Kintllnu tiros' family «f 1004 people, th« ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 June 1899

, ■ A mi. mm mas Alaska Missionary to Go Home. ttoKk \iMm\kvii\n\Nn:i» No Succ«»»or Will ■* AcetpUd b| th* N*ti»*t Who Art No* Fully Ci«itU«d. TW*. MM* I Duncan, In* well known missionary, »h.i founded lit* Indian tuwo, of MeitakMU. on Ik* i»'.iii.i of that nam*. which It north of Mary Island In Clarence (trait, will ».-»>« leave tlic lu.i-Ui on hta way to Kuk) ttul Ttttr« la probably no inknlutwry of iroalvr dtatln>-tlon In Alaska ttxtity than Mr. I mnaii mm— he «a» * y<uih nf 11 year*, hi- ; ha* «i-.nt hM .!.!>• <iiiu'!i« th« aav- ! aw <>f Ahuika, tnstniollnc th*m and ««oiink- Ihrni to b*«o<n« cirtlliad. Anewrdlor la p*r*on« who return r-l from th* n.n-'.h on the •Cramer I lt>>«all»\ Mr. Inir. in tia* Jr»-l.lr>l to gtv* tip th* <lulir< of hla oßlc*. and return to lh« ; land of ••; hta btrth. • : her ajaother n>lt*tonary »ill b» »rnt to fill Mr Dunran'a place la nut i-rxbniuUir no iiuivr*vr will ha mi the nattvra. havln* •» preAtwl by the t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 June 1899

♦<4♦«<»«4»»««**«•««»< ♦ Twenty.tn» l"ml» a Mi-nth <• •) Mail or Carrltr VOL, I. THE COLOR (jura Comes Before the Grand Lodge. TELECRAJK TO DE ro.\M.»lT..:ii Masonic Ordar Hold. It* S»coeid D«j'» Svitlon at the Ma tame Temple Today Th- Grand I«»lee of m«»h« con* nnn.-.l it* WMl»n> in Ik Matnnte Tvmpte today, and murh of the lira* I *« »nv.-;i up la rammtttee meeting*. Fully SO Maeana arrived tn attend tbe <t>mmunk-atiun. the tarirer i-.-»it of the late arrival* bvlns from livler* ml of th.- •*.»•■•. i !■•*. ■ Tl««> quratton which otorahad >«• •II other* brfor* th# budy, ta tint of the color line.- Very tittle la be- Ir.g MM outeid* of the Indge rmm, but there :. ■ idk.l drat of hard thinking being done. •■Th* rarlOc .\U»..n." which ia Mm official organ of the Wf3hln»ton Maaona, lake* a firm «du*£i«J t^iT-i ■^—fives"iei eUylpmi^ne tTi# actlona of tii* («ro preceding grand Iwlgea. which nMitrratr-l th* color Hne In M«« or) in ih!» atate. On the other har<]...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 June 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR „ 1.1. 1 riu > a 'nmjjw.^ Every •n»riuH'M t &r«|ti KuniliT I 11. WELL*. I K. f. ■ U**», fcDITOH. I 111 >imm M »<«•» c»e rpni |»»' '<'|-? i Ml i»uu i »-t *»r»k »i "■•ntv a** nnii i-*i Month v*i* i If »»IW»? «mt!«i«. m •■ •■ r..|>l»«. T«l»phon» |»lt<« I»O " ■!«,,. >",. Iml • • 11.1, I louur Illui'l •! l»t l-.-<i. l»r««l Uralll* »•• Hi. ten •» (vronJ^-lt'i matt«r The fact thai tornadoes arc not confine*! In Ihe prairie atat**, ha» ac in been shown by th* occurrence of mr In the wooded district of Win consin. followed by another In tin leas Nebraska lioth were Pat) >!<• --• iru.-tlvit to human lifr Th.»r ap> palllna dlM*l*ra, romlnir on* In th* wak* of the .'th»r. »*<>ni to tor • ■«• qu«nc» to th* rrmarkabl* i<r*v«r«lon «>f th* *(«tb»r which ha« tak*n plac» thin year throughout th<- I'nitcl Htatpa !*uft«t *ound twr*ft of It* early •ununrr, ha* b,-.n in no worst I'liKht than ulh«r ifjioin much far th»r »-«»t. 'After a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 June 1899

Ml TIAV OF SOLIIKS Objected to a Pe culiar Hair Cut. M:\siTiouinivii.i: n n\iin\ Tha loyal MMW| Ralta« • Bl( Itaput In the (Ju*en't Taaael. VI.IK V\ M S.. Jun» U.-A. iXf | i»i-hmfin of I 'V*l artillery mutlntnl i Sunday nt(ht at Hw ilt.it.-l. Thin la the ft>nrr<aa «hl> h ••• roctnlly ronJ«mn*il and »*\ apart »-l« ly for barrarka |Hir|w>a.-«. Th.' r*volt w»a mu.wl by th* toil.- i-f an nnlrr ill »<■< tins thf 111' ' tv lvi* thvlr hair rut la ■> i-artt-uijr way. Tb« <lcUch rnvnt nut only n-fu»«J tv «-.irr>- uut th* r»«ula,l|.n but rrfua«tl ta p*r< form Ihrir u*ual dutle*. The rummarxllna o(7trrr onlrrrd » luinl to ihr b«rrack» room l" c«m> Ii I th* men to obey. Th* Kuanl wu a*( by tb* «h.'l<* itotachntent, who tuid arnifxt ih.-mx-ivm with ilirt.-t.-nt art..!<•», Mil cbarc*4 th* «ua; I Th* Jktter. »nh n«r>l baiyoavta. nr».»tr.j Un attack «,»>> th* n..«<-r» brat a rr tr« jt t.» th» twrrackm. »htrt th ■ y It. i '■■ a >fftcrmlnol "■,«ri...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 June 1899

4 OLEO I \\ ARREBTEI Is Fined $25 and the Costs FOR SEMXG ALLtGED Hlll Hi immlttlontr McDonald I* »u»h Ing tha Inspection ana Analf* •I* of Frop.ro* roads. Ftal* P*lr* b". I rood Commission • r It. IH..i»K! M pu*h!ng th* w.'lk "( «m'> -in« th* various prepared f.>>> i« now offered for sal* In this mark*!. )!• M also bevn extending h.« In \<•»!!«!>:! *ns o\er various portion* •>* the state. While visiting th* I'« fttngr camp* along Ih* Ki'ini ft Monte CrUto railroad hi- ii;«»-o\ »*•«•■! on* •'.<> U'-r \\ !> • vim -•■tilni ele«*mar «*rtn« .in I arrveteJ him, Th* man ii.i< trt«i t;.f..rt- the Justlc* of the 1-ri.f at Grant* Calls anil «" found Kuttty ant] Imr.l !:."■ »nd rolls. Th* Imitation butter. «h:.h li» I been ecm-il. nan then ■obi *• *kl<t grraiw. Recent analysis of tore* samples ■>! vlnccar selected from the Seattle re tall stores ahow that they do not tUteX !."-.;■ :.. 4 «tivi«fnl« vt Ibv new law and after July 1 .»i^«uil<>fi* v. i:...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 June 1899

t*««o<o«e*«i*»«<«i*«*C g Tatmy.t trull a Month * l.i Mill ,i i, ainar *ee*e»4##*4*»» M »« w< VOL. i. BLAiID IS I I jfMST Noted Statesman; Passes Away, f HE IHIO AT m ... 31. TIN, ' tk.tch of th* Car**r of th* kpoitl* ' of Silver On* of th* Most Prominent fukli* M*a. LEHANON, Mo.. Jun* 15-lion. it . l» Ml. died at IH o'clock. Ihla • morning. Th* great allver leader peased away peacefully. It. had been aaaaaaajataaa for 3.* hour*, lie wa* surrounded, by the entlra faro- Hy and Ma parent* Mrs. Wand was at th,-, Wlald* baa the end came. Th* funeral will ha heT?-Saturday." letter.—HUnd'a last word* w*r* Bpoken on Tuesday, when h* recog. titsed ht* little daughter. Last mid. Bight hie family realised hts end waa very near, ami everything possible was done to revive th* distinguish- i ed patient, but Without sun.-***. ' Bland first became ill last March, when he suffered from an attack of Crip. The Immediate rau** of death •at* cerebral rongeeUan. The body will ii- In itat* tomorr...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 June 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR n, »aut en., nminn lon ilf.rneoM ..-.(■' ecu.tar >. M W IUJ, I X I I'll ASK. gyre* I hctims* linn ii use e.al r*. eBM Nil real, ler »«l. .> t.ejlrfll. (*ul. pel tneattl ili-lHrrad ky wall *i f.rti.i. Be free eop!*t Tnlephone ►=»,.... IhO • ■•a** >... nut - ■ I hid a....... Isl*r-U si lb* pr-.le*le- at Se. Wastilsf. inn. s. sewna-e1... mail.l Th* War drpartui. m explain* Its discrimination against Seatt by .tailug that the government ha* ex. tenatve facilities at San Francisco for economic*l despatching troopa to th* Philippines, and thai th* aoldleew ran be transported from the Raatern stile* to Man Francisco at let* expense than they can lie aent to this city The fact I* pointed out that the government possesses bar- j racks, storehouses, etc., at th* other port, and none here. Hence, accord ing to the Washington city official*. It is obligatory upon th* governe.ient ! to continue to despatch needed troops and supplies from San Francisco to Manila. Takin...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 June 1899

THE CAIE CAPSIZED And the Alaskans Were Drowned. rtiiiini, drugs me .to ' Her Paitengert Include a Clarsy. man Sacking Aid lor A'.aka educational Purpatrt ' Th. Identity .if two men drowned . In take Dennett recently has been made known by passengers arriving M the steamer Farallon, which . reached port last evening from Hkag. w*y. Th* men were Frank'Kane and Charles Morn. They were Journey. 'Ing from Hennett I*an*al i.< Under. •nan. when the canoe th. were In repelled, and both were drowned be .fur* help could reach th.m. Mori* ■ was m year* of age* and the pro. prlet.ir ot th* 1.n.1. nan hotel, lie waa unmarried. Kona resided at la.la. Island. Among. the Farallon'* passengers was Ilev. J J. Walters, of the lilsh p McCabe lltlHsjn at Ukagway, He I* am his way lo • Washington. I». i '-. .wherfi he *•'" .rjaitili**"'W* searßre frt.-n.la for the support of education al enterprise* In Alaska. , The Farallon report* (Missing th. steamer National Illy at Mary Isl and, having in toe th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 June 1899

■I BLOW OH THE HEAD Caused the Death of Seattle Man WORKING AT DAWSON Arnold Brchmor Was the Vic tim of the Assault. «... v.!,s FROfl \\fi\m\ Description of tins Spring Break-U* and th* Interest It Argun* At Daw -oa The. ajls.r tf-t-aSi*;' laW*' "giV* It* ; reader* tome fresh news direct from the Interior ot Alaska. Kspress Mes senger William P. Allen, of th* Klon dike Nugget Ksprv.- arrive,! kg ■*• I Bill!* this turns, the first man out from Dawson since winter travel ceased. The following Items of in terest are fallen from th* column* of the late Issues of the Klondike Nug - get brought out by Mr. Allen: Ths Death of Brsknssr Arnold H.-chinrr. an employee of the Daemon brewery, and welt known In Brattle, died Wednesday, May I?, under peculiar circumstances. The night before a doctor »** cal!ed to attend th* sick man. who wa* un- i conscious. He waa Buffering from cerebral hemorrhage. Wh-n Brash-! mer die-!, a post mortem was held, tr.l * cka of blood under th* left side <>f ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 June 1899

EIE3TI-IE SEATTLE STAR. U^-r I ± 1111. iMIiA 1 1 1 Jlli >o 1 xVlv. ** * *^-*--j"—■•■^■*==*---°-~*- I—J**-—-~**--~^* ■-■ -**- - -in -■—c ii .._ ..,. .i ■ VOL. I. Fiumos RESTIVE Skirmish Again and Then Retreat. ft .Mil. June It — The rebela have broken sail agaia la Ihs nonh. Mac Irtflar'. farces arouital Han Fer nando ha I .a lively skirmish with the Filipinos this morning, but finally re* pulsed the enemy with heavy loss. NEED FOR REGULARS More Troops Required at Manila. wAIHIN.ir.'V I. C- June 1.."- It any thing were necessary li em phasise ths assertion last asp. Otis* fighting force Is not strong enough, numerically, to master in. allusti.in In the Philippine*, the report if iße Insurgents' renewed altar.k near lis: Fernanda on territory but recently "Clear*.! of rrbel*,** would sbi!> to satisfy that need It saema Itkely that sprint ruanlng In Iks north after rebels -a. now hay* lob* main-—!.. and that garrison* will Bat* to a* I •etabllsb- 1 The report of \sula •l lo"* aua...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 June 1899

• £ THE SEATTLE STAR ItmaMamlama*om*ao*om* Mdw ■■ a naa. — «*.**■*».■. atuweetin 1.1. tnii i m r«>;ifttr-._ laary *H*m*o« .ir.pl ttiu.l**. K. 11. wg_Lf I K. r. I'll ASK. I hires ! pnisas* Uiaaeta Cs* r*sl psi tern "'a e*Bia r*r ".-.a „ t..nlr fits retail ret mouth aU.liaei.l try t»*H *l rstil.ts N*free r.|t.a " Tssl.praa^ra-a l-*lla* inu •t»e— I.*. I 101 • • iv.li.i (...IS. tail..s.l si Ita. r-"*t< 1... •■ - stile «...!„ ta*. s, set aa it .1-el a.a s.i *11 st. I Oeneral Iks* will have lo win a derisive staters In the Philippine* very soon ami end the war, M Ihe American people will Insist thai more (seats shall be sent to lh* Islands. Any dilatory tactics will be strongly opposed. The question or the final disposition of th* Philippine* I* In no way affected by the present war. The nation demands that th* light, now that w* ar* in It. shall be press, ed vigorously to a finish. No on* tor a moment contemplate* any other r-.-eall.le action. To surrender to the Filipinos would be...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 June 1899

THROUGH THE ~ AIR TO PARIS ' ,TfE\V YORK. .lime 11-A company ralletl the Transcontinental A*rlal Navigation company h** twt-n, form ad with ihe promise .'l taking pass* sngers from New York la I**rls~lo lilt" l\irl» exposition, "In lli.i'a li.i.ir* " OiTKcs i,.,, actually been iV-rned In the down town business Seal The company haa been Incorporat ed under the laws ot Houtb I.aht.ia. and Is sending circulars broadcast. The capital atock la ..ana.. it 1* gravely proml**<l lhat three ihlp* will mak* regulsr trips from New feat to I'arts every day. After the South Pole. '.1 IN, June K.-Ttie budget committee of Ihe Itelchstag haa IKB** ed th* Ural Installment of SM.ooo mark, fair Un al.'in in Antarctic expedition. CHICAGO HOTEL FOR WOMEN CHli'Ailn June I*.— Within two week* Chicago will hove - hotel con ducted ha women, and exrludvely for a*..in. A lea-year lea** ha* been taken on lb* 100-r»..m hotel building In Michigan "avenue, known a* lb. Itlch. lieu annex, an I for Ihe last sit w...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 June 1899

"I ANOTHER BATTLE Aguinaldo Has Met With a Severe Re pulse-Many Filipinos Are Kil led and Wounded. s!!.\. June It,—San Fernando was attacked this morning by Sooo Insurgents, -mi i- to be under lh* personal command of Asinnaldo Ths allark was spparently well planned, and II was mad* afur th* ell. Iplno* hi I cut oft all communication with Manila. Th* attack a* gal• iantlr repulse«l by the Kansas. lowa. Montana volunteers ,„,l "eventeenih regular*, Th* enemy's loes -a,. TS killed. » tin.let or taken prison, ere Seventy-live i ifles were also caplured. The Americans had li wounded.^Bi The rebel defes* wa* a severe on*. It was learned this aflernoon In.in the prisoners, that preparations tor ihe attach ha.c been mad* for aoano tlm* past- During the last few days th* Filipino haa. r- • aed heavy relnforcemcnls by Irwin from the north. The Kansas volunteer* did One work. » of th* enemy being kill.d In their front. SEATTLE NEWS NOTES A warrant ws* Issued this after- |, noon fa»r Nathaniel ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 June 1899

♦♦a) «♦* a? ♦*>*} « ♦« ilw.slj.s.*!. friii. a t'oiiih : I, Bail tt t.irlsr Ka'M<H««lVlim«M'! Vol.. 1. TRAILING A GANG OF COUNTERFEITERS Wm. Plnkerton, the Great Detective, Hot on Their Scent. COMING HERE TO INVESTIGATE Has Been Trailing the Gang From San Fran cisco Towards Pugel Sound Other Detectives Also at Work. On* at ih* shrewdest gangs of counterfeiters who tsars worried th* •Treasury ..racial* for many year*, are now operating on th. i'arirto coast, and their headquarters ar* somewhere between Han rrsncls. and •teat!l. It ta claimed that one or mne members of the gang may be In ■eattte or the near vicinity, aa much bogus money has taltty been found tartulaiing here. .For some time lb* Treasury depairtmenl has ha! sev*" *ral of it* »hr..s Lai detective* .1 work on th* as. and sensational de ■reiopments are expected within a short time. T* 4* *»*—* anresun. »d exclusively **v*ral day* i|<t lha! William Pinker .on th* prince of detective*, would be la Healll* Sim» time ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 June 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR Th win v Basra ittsineatß ....ft Smut.*, r. 11. Wilis l!. L.i II an . . t.S i ua ",.. Mouses OS* tela, p.' tei'r I .1* renls I*' we... ,' i.stall far „„'. let taenia aislian.l By wall *. rsrrl.i. So ires eta*,,.. r*>l*>(.l-aoraat> S>ik* IPO. Metre. M*. 1101 * - 11.1..1 lira,, I»tst.it it 1.1 Bull, tltl .1 Pit l| aa ..hint, let.. at a*r.at,al a ls"S naslle. If Uncle Sam's htn.lful at Idlers In the Philippine* are lo ronttnu* Un business of chasing Filipinos bark lo the mountain* of the Interior, would It not h» well to construct a few bike paths. and then furnish lh* soldiers with wheels* Such an ar* rin|tiri.nl would certainly be more satisfactory to 'he boys who hay* Ih* chasing to do than It Ih* present scheme which requires them *■ rultl vale corns en their feet by excessive running. c—*— —*w«.»^^^^^ss Seslils has sn efllclenl police force, and ss a ronatqutnc* this city en- Joys Immunity from crime. Chief fired hat made a Creditable rtreord ; for h...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 June 1899

PRGSSIitG THE mm Novel Scheme of the Tailors. TOSnArEfiiRjILMaS TO FORMS Hot Irani *.ta.,l Otsr Iks Cloths* Whll* ths Cuttomsr* Ars I-., .'ill'-V '..• June It.-Ths buds ami , matrons hat dtacoverea} a under j fill tailor h*r*. Ilia -oats ami gowns • — ah. how they do Oil Not a hit of a i'uri. Is test, _„ • mmmt tin* I* ar . rarseai to make th* aula> look Ilk* ■ - -arrfrctly formeal man. Th* town la ma,]*, 11l tea! anal almost fin. ' lah-al. when a nsw an.l original » s.'h.-in* ts lar.ausln lata play. %, The . ustttmer I* wrap*Md In lon*. west low rla — ie.-hiil.-i4l! > they are known a* , "shrsls"—and 1 th* new I tailaar-ma.l* *owa M put on. Tiiri, ■ ov*r the alp* anal sh.tul.l. t. around the waist, an! up am! down In car** j fully ara .talataHl Una* ■.*. ih* hot Iron." Inst** 1 of ... ana prsmted on a tts.anl. ths suit Is press*.! a* 111, 111 »l el hrrs.-lr. *v " Oh, yes, to b* sure. lh.- bat vapor , •rises*. and , th* : woman often crie* «out .ii alarm laa. ah* b* parboiled ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 June 1899

I iifSULT IS RKPORTED Offered by Germans at Apia TO Till, .MiKHItS liDtWUMI Wmnmaj on a Rssf-Nswt Broujhl by th* Wan.mo to : Victoria. '"mill. It. C. Jun. IT. -l*p**clal to tho star.-The *lramer Warrtruoa. has lust arrived from Honolulu and list rails. Hits" rat 1-t.ris lhat lin ..til.era of the I'nii.-d tittles cruiser 1'1i.1.i.1. Ij-hl i are In tensely annoyed i.v.r an Insult to th* Americana and llrltlsh by the Ger man* -al lb* tlms of tb* Hireling with Slat** fa. Two large steamers were wrecked In a log off K>iirta y. Th- warship Pylades is on a reof off Australia. The steamer Perthshire, which I* lon* oi.r.tu.-. and for which much anxiety has been frit, was spoken by the V.'arrlm.Nt, and all were well on board. The delay of the steamer was Uu. to a broken shaft. The *:<-_!.». r Ohou Is ported -nil*. In*. MONEY IS APPROPRIATED For ths Great Fourth of July Celebration. Dteeratlon Commit!** Celt 51..00 tad Firtworkt Sl.tOO Big Crowds Assured. I 'After conaldrrar.tr friendly ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 June 1899

hi Ml] •*.* Cent* ;i Month I, Mill si i sin,, Vol.. l. AMERICANS RETREATED ' r~ . Overwhelmed by Numbers of Filipinos. BUT WHEATON TURNS THE TABLES Takes the Aggressive and Chases the Insurgents Away. Manila. June 10— Hard I Siting took pbee south °-*m.is today.- Wlicaton sent .1 reconnoltering party to ermine that territory. All went well; until the Am ericans 'reached, Pere* Dasmarinas where they were suddenly struck hv the enemy in large hit*. After a sharp: encounter the United States troops fell back I slowly on" Imus, carrying on a running tight with the : insurgents over five miles of territory. The I 1 -- ion the : Ame>iirbn^side? j Vv*as five killed and twenty wounded. When Wheatoh learned of the engagement he personally „ took two batailionsrand some artillery, and [chased the * rebels back towards Perez Dasmarinas. inflicting severe losses.. „ Paris. June{i9--.\Vaideck-Rousseau this mominß formally accepted i*, the task of constructing a new cabinet. TERRIBLE FATE BMMt...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 June 1899

•-• _ THE SEATTLE STAR 1. 1. »eiu»ci>.. niiitun •as*■ • ■", in ..■ . „.. ... .i * —-" '*.■"■•.-.- t.ery sti*ias,..|i ea..,»i ► under. S. 11. v. sn - IK. r. I'IIABK. fasiT's I lit M.M Maaaata ■ ■ I ■ i . ' I .1 ..11.1. S, I '■— ■ i.* . **i r*l reeyi sit .stall yet »c*», • l»Mla »,« real* per Inonia sl.ll.erssil By Basil *. isiii.is Re nee „-, *- l*l*aht.,a. tf-UUsa^cTo. •,*,... Ma. I 1,11 • • third ........ em »^j—^saMyisi**.*., ■•■ W^^*t|^l<MM^.»S*W>#WWMlMWbWPWWWt Isi.is.l Its *sssal.*"e» SlSesllle Willi lilt lee, as •*-«*> lata „a*ii.r Th* commercial travel, is st th* l'nlia-d States now feel the m*lt«n Influence* of tbe trusts. Thousand* of them have been notified recently lhat their irri lc, - will not be requir ed. Several of the „-_,'s( combines hire dispense,l wllh nearly all ettltt. • nee In the way "! road salesmen. As a contequence, the country and city hotel* will suffer, for many of til* li.aatelrte* pant largely upon lit* drummer* tor patronage. The Irvery st...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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