M« Will krlioc Col.
Aillik In Lomnutnd
i»l riml Brigade
to i ® §fn#t if pa*
ItotorttoW H «Ni
Hill ■ ■ fgiftf%s|f|# \fit m ip
. - +*wot* friiip tip ftilKl -
<tif-rm * Hf|ill<t*iP 'M** to 'ls ft* I #*#* •
y . . . k r . kd flrttl
, otnnel A*l«- a* <««inM»4rr.
of ,h* Firs* bracM* » nta«<*i Aallk*
.•(>.(»-1 ion of «U »o 4 M> »«W>4 HUM I
K»nr» twrowmi *|<-k •« I'IHP M*od* I
. j|,. | ri( w ,„| (0 ||| K hnm' *1 I
>. a iu4uH> barm. A* tkrrr k* re
U.1.r.1 Mttl »••>< M ««* •«»'«“* *H
PNKM JuMt.e in Phllsdelfiht* H# •*»«
w,n. .0 nuobml.on «•>*• to Altai.
Ur CUT. wk*r* be k«» «»'•*• "■“» <- "®
ti»« to An»v#«* Thr «#®#r»i !• •
warrior and quit# a (avonlf toAh k**,
■p* , . J
(•rn#nl S > itnn* > ’ who la to l oaifiMO't
tli» rim dU»'fc»n i# HprttH) it Us |
not far distant future. and will com
pirlr Ik. Itat of commanding o# ei «
who are to arrive
lawn Bight the populai offker* of ihr
A*irvt d.vtaton M*r 1 dance that aill
lone b* remembered by a.I aho at*
landed full account* bring given In
another art tele
The regiment* are all We. otmug aet
-11(4 In their ramp, and officers and
men are mealing many cilia*iu>. It la
probable that laal night* dam * is only
the beginning of a number of lb*w de
A large number of the teamsters are
receiving their pay
Electric light* are being placed in
Major R«ade la expected home in a
Lleutrnaot Morrow Ir suffering with
an Injured knee
Major Hand, of the Fifteenth Min
neaota. la <Mvi*lon officer of the day
An order wa* Issued here today
granting Uentenam P. H. Morgan ten
ilavs’ leave of absence.
Captain Gellerd, of the Tenth Ohio,
is officer of the day of the Third brig
A tomtnlrHary store hotiae for tli •
hospital will soon he built.
The red lights hung on the pole*
above the hospitals give a pretty ap
Work begins this week on a new
tress hall and kitchen for .the doctors
and lady nurses of the hospital.
.Mustering out i» the main topic of
conversation among the men.
Green, of Company A. who fractured
on of the bones in his leg, was sent
to the division hosoitai yesterday.
The football team gets to work in
earnest next week.
A large wooden guard house is in
the course of construction.
Captain Gilmore, Company M, Is of
ficer of the day for today.
Lieutenant Mitchell, of Company B.
was commander of the guard.
Companies H, D and E have estab
lished regular ranks in their company
The noncommissioned officers of
Company M bad their pictures taken
Sullivan, of Company C, has recov
ered from sickness.
Corporal Hank, of Company C. went
to the hospital yesterday.
Sergrant. Bellows, of Company L.
rvho has been on special duty at the
commissary has been sent to Uic hos-
Mr* B a. Couraen. wife of Colonel
Ooursen. has come to visit her hus
band front Scranton.
Battalion Adjutant II M. Coarsen
Ij - TMip%j|tTi * ij, < mpmn • p
f tWrt * -fifth Hkhpas
Ktn« * v iftfi vuittfvii or * owpifiv **-
of (ofliMOt f\ l» mkk In
ftoptan Unman of «*r*i»paiiY C. to
I for dw«v
r.irptAm! Lyman «if Cumvmny M to
4 nrn# .j indoor htprtoll Impii
j arrant*! with (Hr Maryland team
('•plain of <*ompan> A, U
nActf of thr i|jiy for t««U>
limtfMnt Mo!vß« , atit of Company
I. to «>««#r of the «uer»t
Plilpf Mntirian l> K I4al*#y bM r#-
j turwed from /urloofb
Th# hand gltn a nmiitt of n#w a#-
Irrtkm* thto afternoon
Huilritn f*aok#n rrrrlvrd a for*
j lotiffh of thirty day# H# to the young
eat man In the r#gita«‘ni
John M#f*ann. of Company P, tia* re
ceived a fnrlonirh estenaton of is day**.
E M M< Millan. of Company I. has
received an honorable discharge
Ben H. Wtlkerson. of Florida, la
I assigned to 1> troop today having en
A large number of thoae wishing to
enlist are ttt’rned down on physical dis
Captain Mackle. of A troop la officer
of the day.
Tbroah and Corporal Vaughn, of ,H
troop, and Stevens of M. troop, weir
sent to quarters today.
Grenqhurg. of I. troop, was sent to
the hospital today
Major Joyce and Carl Gllluseppl,
•vere among the visiting olficers in
2CaH and inspect our
stock of Furniture whether
you wish to purchase or
not. We will be glad to
see you and take pleasure
in showing you-
THOMAS & BARTON.
abandoned at sea.
Report Hade at Liverpool on the
Liverpool, Dec. 3.—The llritlah
steamer King Arthur. Captain Denby,
from Drmarara. arrived here today,
and repo: ted sighting the British stcu
! mer Londonlan. on November :*n. In bit-
Itude 45 north, longitude !t> west, on her
beam ends on the starboard side.with
decks anri hutches submerged. All her
boats were gone except a small boat,
and there was no sign of life about her.
A sttong northwest gale was blowing
at the time, and the teasel was appar
ently fast settling by the head. The
Londonlan sailed from Boston. Novem
ber 15, for London, in command of
captain Lee. She carried a crew of SO.
beside her commander.
Condition of a Schooner Sailing Last
Week From Savannah.
Norfolk, Va.. Dec. 3.—The schooner
Luther T. Garrettson, Green, Savannah
to Baltimore, lumber laden, arrived
here today, waterlogged, seven feet o
water in her hold deck load anil both
anchors gone; with the chain.
She anchored twenty miles east of
liuttsias through the aturin of last
VftcK and held all right. The ssav ttjsr
-*njjß-. and washed part of her dfcK
lo*d crertiuard. In an attefhyr to secur .
gncfior?, she found them fast anti had
to cut loose. A survey was held this as
tern' on, and sh‘- will proceed to Balti
THU; AXJGXJBTA SUNDAY HKKALD
CAPT. M kAV
ON Thß STAND
IHttfftM t>f the NV nr
if rn ti# ii teitoh Iff*
M#tti#ftant (nlußff! 11 W UoHto.i
| K'ttftkr • Muff rrltirlßMi til# * omStlon I
«»f tl»# r ump at (likluinaufa » huh h#
•«l«t VRI llVIQfi to th# ftllmv of
th# to tin# tb#lr Rink# If# <l* -
sf rlioi th< fondttkin At th# h#nlqn*i *
ton ii “mrUillf flrtf.*' ll# «tld not
think that ton ##t n tots nond *>xn*n*
l»|# for th# ffwt «»f th*' fOf|» Th# wll-i
n##« d#«M % rihr*fl G#t)#rnl Brook#* #ito* j
ditlon to Porto Rif*o ll# rot»ld not ar* j
#w#r for AR|* v####! #x«'#|M th# Jft.
«|*on whir-h h«* wr# cml»*rk#«t
Th# lußdiiloßi on that #hlp ’* aait) h#, t
* w#r# awful '* Th# Rtat# room# w*#r#j
not #l#an#d. ih# l*#«l<linj| wa# foul,
th#r« wa« t o wßlliatioo and th# tn«*al#i
l*v#r# altominald#.” Still h# did not;
think th# troofM 1 w#r# inm|M<'ltat#d by!
i a»ot! of th# voyan# Till* #harail*«r; j
ration of th** nr#at Atn#tl«an lln#r
rauiN'd #vid#nt #t»rpil##
Cold Band Hams I Oc per
pound at Whitaker & Mc-
Gowan’s, 1240 Broad St.
Strowger ’Phone 38 I.
The Charges .Made By Ihomas F.
R> an Not Sustained
Baltimore, !*•<■ 3.—The directors of i
the Seaboard and Roanoke Rail-;
road company held a special meeting
today in the office of President Hoff- '
man. In the Equitable Imildlng. to re-|
receive the report of the committee of i
stockholder* appointed st the recent I
annual meeting to examine the affairs
of the company.
The examination »va* made l.y
Messrs. Charles H Crutnbhaar. Lloyd
T. Jackson and D. W. Thomas, and
exonrentea Mr. Hoffman and the other
officials of the company of charges
made hy Thomas F. Ryan. The direc
tors approved the report, aud passed
resolutions of confidence In the man
agement of the property.
In another office in the same build
ing testimony is lieing taken in sup
port of a motion which Mr. Ryan pro
poses to mak' in the state courts, for a
mandamus requiring President Hoff
man to procure the marks of the Sea
board Air Line company, so that Mr.
Ryan nm-r inspect them. Several wil
nesrcK testined that it was almost an
invariable custom to buy supplies for
the road through the firm of Hoffman
& Co., of which President. Hoffman is
one of the principal members, and
that prices paid were invariably high
er than those charged by other firms.
Testimony was also taken to prove
that ai least SIOO,OOO was paid out by
President. Hoffman, as rebates to ship
pers in violation of an agreement en
tered into by the Seaboard Air Line
and its competitors.
All of the Fargo stock to
be sold at a reduction of
50 per cent. Call early.
Do not procrastinate.
Thomas & Barton.
TROOPS FOR nACON
They Go From the Fourth Corps to
the First Corps.
WatdtingUift, L> V. uc<- ’t Thv
16th company C. 3 V. signal aorga,un
der commetlW of Captain £.B. SatnpJ'.
now at Anniston. Ala,, with the 'mirth
army corps, has been ordered to M.'i
("ii, <!a., with 111" first corps.
GRAND DINNER BY
THE GRIDIRON CLUB
Notable Dinner IH
Ilißfßv «f ||ff R«*| liHIMMNiM!
t.iml*>«4 *Mif)itnsai M Tk*<* H|*
I Rffißi ft off (4M
•ti Vt iff tke I eta Rtf.
1 4 •*%§.• Mr. k%«M#r s»t»*l «*th#tii
Ill) ih<* AHlngtm (lining room from *1
l« 12 »'clack. This was fothmed
1 1 11 | . i.coriarw the (tlfferent reatarea 1
•.f -niertatnment and l» a«»»me wdt'
■ The giieot* sere group 4 in ,lln»l«n»:
}~f volunteers and In orders very dl-j
jihg line of during th< cirttie *n i
1 gsgemant. A map as the lisitlegrimnd
I was one of Ihc uniuoe fcaturea Ini
which the various divisions were ren-;
jies"nled as (bulging through the.
ehsmi Hgne tlive toward the table I
h-lghis where they well- lortlfiescii to|
have captured Soon Won" HI1I» There
were several quips In special Order rtl
iwted at the prominent of the
evening, which added to the merry tea-,
jture of the oeeqalap. ~
I Among the (igluies was a bur lesque
flnvestlgatloji of the conduct us the war.
i w hich conveyed some of the tlioie hu
linorous fancies of the real ln\e*tlga-
Itton. Mem hath of the i nntmitt *e
to ought In linmenae stacks of testimo-
I uy. also large volumes of lenoiis and
different exhibits which took off some
(of the quests and caiise l great amuse
nietii. The rejiort cnnrluded with tlw
I finding that there was a war. thai
Spain got liekol and that the Anglo-
Saxons stood together. As this whs,
done the Ameitoan and Hiitleh tbivs'
were unveiled ns a lompliment to tli" ,
Canadian members of the joint hirh t
commission. Another feature was the
appearum ' of I’nde S.im with a nmn
„( colored children dressed to ren
lesetit the Filipinos and a play was
made upon the new lopulatlun which
would be acquired by the Philippines
Incoming a part or the I’nlt-d States.
A very laughable skit Was the presen
tation of a horse to General H
Boynton, who Is one of I le' charter
members of the club, and also holds a
brigadier commission In the army. The
hors - was one of the stage variety and
Its appeatanee caused a great deal of
Among the many distinguished
guests present were the following:
William McKinley, President of the
t’liited Stales: Lienor Don Rafael Igle
slas, President of Fust a Rica; Gaud
A Hobatt, Vice Piesldent of the I'nlt
,.,j £ tales: the lit. Hon. Lord Fairer
Heraheil, G. <’. H„ Holland; Sir Wll
fr il Laurler, Premier of Canada; Sir
James Winter. Premier of New Found
land. Kir Richard Cartrlght, minister of
trade and commerce. Canada; Kir Lew
is Davies, minister of marine and fishe
ries. Canada: Kenor Don Joaquin Hern
ado Calve, minister of Costa Bleu; Iti ■
Hop. John Charlton. M ■ P.. Canada;
Hon. John Hay. secretary of state;
Hon. Lyman J. Gage, secretary of the
treasury; Hon. John Vt . Griggs, at
torney general; Hon. Chas. Emory
Smith, post master general; Hon. John
D. Long, secretary of the navy; Hon.
James Wilson, secretary of agriculture:
IJeut. (»en. John M. Schofield, I . S.
A., retired; Major General Nelson A.
Miles .commanding general T'nited
States army; Rear Admiral Winfield S.
Schley, I'nlted States navy. Genetal
w. Shaftet. I'nlted States army;
Major General Henry VV. La wton. I ni
trj State* Volunteers: Major General
Li T Metvugv, ftusstao elTiLiae4 i
Major General Cmilxto Garcia. Cuuan
armv us liberation. Rear Admiral A.
VV. Weaver, i’ruted States navy, re
tired; Rrigadfer General Josenli C.
Hiecklnridge, t’nited States army;
Brigadier General T. H. Staunton,Fni-
i AAki #:o|»i»i | )MNl4w| <AA'%A##i "«»#* # \
m §y $ i *«.*<* -■ m ♦**,«.4 * 4#*
’ m.% «’%•««#• to* 1 * * | »Aliwi
- ' -"4
i l» rt a %% Hr lb ft I w.»« .«| n#-r j
[ Htal-e* 4Hb ' ' A| «' -w. ’
[ I Tmtfkw# ~ «V^
11 nk hi | ii* |w n—ititsnt i *ii» imp** m# i
' ti I *•«»#* ’ vtwMMHifffffAi## M* *!►*
COSKERY & HUNTER.
Bits cut in Ladies' Jack
ets and Capas. We will
place on sale this week
our entire stock of Ladies'
fine Jackets and Capes.
$12.50, $13.50. $15.00.
$16.50 and $lB. in Black
and Colors, your choice
Monday morning $9.98.
Misses’ Jackets —About
200 Misses’ and Child
ren's Jackets on center
counter at very attractive
I 5 Ladies' Jackets, last
season's styles, upstairs,
second floor, SIO and $I 5
qualities, to close out at
Fur Collars, Fur Collar
ettes, Fur Capes, Fur
Trimmings, best assort
ment in city.
Art Squares. Rugs. Por
tiers, Lace Curtains. Blan
kets, Comforts, on first
floor. Special inducements
this week to cash pur
We are showing the best
values and best assort
ment of the above under
garments in this city.
Ladies’ Skirts, new lot,
Crepon and Serge Skirts
3-4 price. Silk and Satin
Waists, $5 quality, at
Dress Goods 25c, 35c
and 50c per yard. This is
No goods sent on ap
proval this month.
COSKERY & HUNTER.
The Trajan Came Up With the Aban
Newport News, Va., Dec. 3. The
British tramp steamer Trojan, Cap;
tain Torklldsen, plying between this
port and Glasgow, arrived today, and
reported having found the barge Cjuin
nebaug, said to have been lest in Sun
day's storm at anchor at sea about 200
miles northeast of here.
She was in perfect condition, not
leaking, and had ample provisions
aboard, but there was no sign of a
crew, the only living tiling on the ves
h-jI lieing a, eat, wljlch was taken off.
The yi.lnneViauß's rudder was jammed
hard to purl, and though the Trojan
worked with her IH hum*, sip- was un
able lo Liw—her to, the barge purittu?
ihe cauL arid being ivfi adtIII The
crew wall probably taken off by a pass
The man who never failed is unable
to appreciate success.
II A 5 SALUTED US!
As # k chj #vll I’lf#ti * Ncto Th#f*
Mt t *s*tty us |fifw *t#y*ni!lCi #Ht
Motto Ism O* UvfMOkl. Of UtHlOf*
toktPfUt Of Mm. Mow About t| ## A All ? WHrttOVAf
your larky Of ytHit lOCOffi* iuHlflW Nl
Cor laatvalivf ntffi, Atnf yotmg tttiffi fWffl Of
tats good laiit. anti man who juil taf* to bf
ttwAlly and solidly droased WtH find upo# OUf
tounlars OoAufifut Vlrifflltl it vwry *ifHl>
I. C. l-evy*s son & Co.,
TAILOR FIT U OTHIERS.
JUDGE DAY EXPECTS ’
THE END QUITE SOON
Me Believes the Treaty
W ill He Sifltod
Tiff N|«arih < ffMdidaffv' lairiri*
)«•% Hill (aor Tomwran--Tbr
\afftpii i oaiinc Suiia la I#
l a rail or Idiifv
tneeitag this mmiim
I #•« reniift frsiv H#rltn titui
»•«* to t*#***i<ittf»« for Ito pttrrhiir
of t||# «4 ml In# l#*4Hfto to f—flUfUltr!
Iron wfffil «|tijift#f» all hough t'uUfit <
efHi Mttas(#f. ill# OrTtnati isiNißudoi
h#t#. lifmoN g rormpDfitotl of tk#
Swh* toirtl p;##t (bat to burs nothing
nt nil abooi tk# msti* r Tb* %m#rt«*an
« n ntiiMtkHfe#:# if# n< *in#<t to tolhst
tk# r#porl and it to look#*! upon as #g
ptolnint «k# r#l»#tanr# of tk# Hpnn
lard» to glv# Ik# Am#ricnns an an#*r#r
In r#c«>«l to ike Tnrolin# Mnn«t# n*j
• ••ente t * !**.'ACIT COMMISSIONERS.
well a« th# qtiegtlon of wllgiotik liber
ty there, and the latest developmmis
i-onfirm the report that the Spaniards
have been instructed not to yield on
these points until they have mgde a
good bargain. The positions of tin
com missions, nays an American com
missioner, Is that of two card players,
each studying bis own hand and wait
ing for Ills opiainent s lead.
(Much Work Ahead.
in spite of this temporary halt In llo
the negotiations, and contrary to gen
eral expectation. Judge Pay, president
of the American commission, believes
ihe treaty will be signed next week.
But a glut deal of work must be done
before the treaty 1? ready for signa
tures. as after ten weeks of negotia
tions the only articles arc qited by
both commissions are the three load
ing ones, providing for (lie cession of
the Spanish colonies, anil those only In
piineiple and not in language.
The adjournment today was at Judge
Day’s request, as the long morning
session developed a divergence of opin
ion. Had the Joint session been held
the Americans would not have entered
it as a united laxly.
The exact nature of the differenecs
of opinion cannot, lie ascertained, but it
Is believed some of the commissioners
are In » more yielding mood towards
Spain than their colleagues.
There Is no doubt that the Spaniards
on Monday will report the arrival of
their government’s Instructions, the
absence of which caused Friday s ad
Among onlookers there is a skepti
culicßiiilug tb" ■ initriHitlou* H
la believed that ii*cy >.(jneiliiiie a d:
piomatlt scapegoat put forwaid by the
Spaniards to cover the delay necessary
The Coaling Station
The question of a coaling station to
tk# !•»##*§ Hint## In vk# t smtfn# Ik#
Huh t# mm IfMt to yoot# a «#•* km*
iin nt»!ing um*o Tk# tnrfin# ka»#
noi nMot# N on#' of tk# m#n4» #kon#
gtmntMig to *'»o#ntkil to t«a# < one«cmtMl
nt tk# 9t* M Ot* of tone# AratM# of tk#M
mo #titk#«too*k tn it# tat or, a»*t
noaiff of ih# o think *•* 'man,? • g#CMCIn«
•bon# for tk# C* nitt#** to * k#ty to *«n4
to «'Otnn ? *#ath*n# ts#ttr##n * to*many #§4
tk# rnit#4 R<««#o
In Fteto k oAn tot «Mr ton il |» amrt*
• 4 that * tutor tk pop#** an ant of Ibto.
(iduaat alroMl) *«»»*#»«#* a «#nain
rlckt In th# <*n»ts in«» arktok ««nl4
: I i#«#nt tip# *» ftmai «tt*tltng tie atl
t»ton4 «to Anw,
i neiiisa* fa*llta> *Hk Ih* qu**-
lina i.>„.file) that Ike nililtq>*M* and
, ike ladrones famisk all tke eualtoff
<.a.n mMMi.il la ike Pklllpplaea.
itw> as in Ai.\Hc#r
M hat Hr ToM Ik* IVsrlc lh*r* Y«s-
M m:gom-(y. AM.. Imp I -Fat. W
i «»f tk# lhtf«l NrfrtffffM. *•*
i****«%«m| t<>tl«) !•) ito i>»Q hou##n of th#
a#4Wf«l dwfinlh ll# #a« intrude* tot
>•% th«* i»i etttowi of th# g#n«t#. Mr.
| (jo not mm,' uk a nillltury hero.
[ You ui • lon* on military hetoe*. It
i would seem that thin lute win "as n
'war for Alabama. Wt* cannot have a
'tattle on land that doett not alve ad
' dlttonal fame to Oeneial Wheeler; wo
i< an have no engagement on s'a with
out giving additional dlstlnetion to
He deellned to discuss public *tues
''Being a soldier, I cannot speak to
von with the freedom of a civilian, t
1 ~u|d sneak, ir l spoke at till, under
| IlniltrtlonH that would be unpleasant
Ito in.'. What I would dealt* to say to
you as a cltlaen .1 could not »ay aa a
soldier. I cannot now discuss those
thing* that at present engage the at
tention of the entire nation.
"Nelthei would I ''arc to dlsouss
those things we discussed two yearn
ago, hut which arc not laid away to
eternal i esl. Wither could 1 dinettes
those matters which give aa a result of
th>‘ late war a broad field for specu
la I ion."
lie spoke pleasantly of Ala-hamu.say
ing that ho first received the title of
colonel ill this state some years ago.
If i could meet that man who 0u1t
,.,l in. a 'colonel' then. I would have
more confidence In his prophecies than
hi those of tli ■ six millions who in '!><!
prophesied 1 would he president.”
There was considerable enthusiasm
us Col. Bryan resumed Ills seat.
The C. 1.. A.’s, champions of last
j year. Indoor baseball league, cbal-
I lenges any team in military camp for
I a series of games. Communications
I should be addressed 111 Ca fit tain P. H.
j Klee. fliatik|Ji.-f
One man who failed to enter Into
! the spirit or Thanksgiving was the
I Kentucky murderer wha was hanged
(he next day. , . jj