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THE MORNING NEWS
Established ISM - Incorporated WM
J. H. EBTILL. President.
CONFERENCE IS HELD
MIMNTKH HI 111 RRIEDLY SI H
IMOYKD TO U
NO AGREEMENT YET REACHED.
rowcm HAVE NOT hKTTI.F.D OV
nil HSK TO PI RALE.
An ll ( Uml of liar I'imrri I*
Hnoxx n. naail liar laallail linlra l|ia>
Soon luatte Ataatllarr Aula* F4lnrl
Made to l.earn kouiellalaau of Those
\V laaa Will 111-lara-aa-aal China—'There
la Vo Herent Va** From IVkin.
Wiahlniiun. Bept. 7.—Minister Wu ar
rived In Washington from Cape May lair
•hi* aflrrnoon and proceeded directly lo
the State Department.
It Is understood that he had received
an Intimation that the department offi
cials wet* dmlrtous of conferring with
him. For nearly on hour the minister was
close.ed behind locked doors with Acting
Keoetary Hill and Assistant Secretary
Ad e. None of the partiea to the eonfer
••cne wos cinmunloatlve as to the con
ference but at it.- conclusion. Dr. 1111 l
repair'd to the W hite House with a port
folio well filled with p'l’ers
For several hours preceding the min
ister's visit Arting Secretary Hill and
As-lstnnt Secretary Adee bad been en
gag'd In short conferences, and It was
gathered that the negotiations relative to
thins were approaching another phase
•id that another pronouncement of some
kind was In preparation
When the UnlUl Slates made Its re
sponse to the Russian note on the 3thh
ultimo the officials here expressed the be
lief that abouf a week's time would be
required to determine upon the next step,
and at the eml of that time It would be
dennltely known whether or not the troops
were lo be withdrawn from Pekin That
period of time has now elapsed The re
ports from the European chancellors In
dicate that, officially al least, this Import
ant subject Is being treated wtih the
greatest deliberation and at least another
week, and probably even more time, may
lie consumed In framing the last ol the
answers to the Russtan not**
Their Altitude Is Known.
Meanwhile our government ha* preity
well sailsflot ttsell ns to the attitude to
wards this last proposition of each amt
all of the Powers Intereeted tn the Chi
nese problem li may be that tht* knowl
edge la regarded aa sufficient upon which
m hate another forward, and perhaps. In
tc - case, an Independent movement by
I nlitd States toward*, the ultimate
v iihitrawnl ol the troop*, and the settle
ment with Chin* which the government
Ni* had in mind since the beginning of the
The consultations with Mr Wu are he-
I • ved lo have been inspired by a desire
in learn something of the personality ol
Chine.e notables, whose names have been
suggested u> proper to constitute the Cld
n.M. ~and. of any i-ommlsslon which may
i.< mim- l to arrange a settlement ol the
difficulties. Mr Wu Is un ardent adher
ent ol Earl Id.
There |s much speculation here's* to
the personnel of the American commis
alon. In case rhe peace negotiations ahould
lie entrusted to such a body, and the
mums of men prominent tn International
oft.llr- In recent years, all hove been can
vass.d. Included in ttva Ust. !• the name
of Gen John W. Poster, but ft la regard
id ns milch more probable that If he ap
pear* at .all In these negotiation*. It will
be tn hts old place * a representative
ol the Chinese government.
There woe a deari't of official Informa
tion from china to-day. Gen. Chaffee
got through dispatch, dated Ret*. 1. at
Pekin. Indicating that courier* are still
employed to close the gup In the line of
communication between Tien Tsln ami
Pekin This dispatch made no mention
of the military situation, and It was In
terred that affairs in Pekin remain quiet.
Tn* dispatch warmly commended (01.
Anrcn 8. Daggett for gallantry in China,
and urged that he be made a brigadier
generul before his retirement nine years
c imii'ihmiihi; with HIM!*.
Argot tntlons In I'murrs* Looklni In
n Modified Plan.
Paris. Bept. 7.—Active ncgotlailon* arc
In progress looking o some compromise
arrangement with Huerta regarding the
IMtiikM tiv baa assumed to wants Pe
The communication* exchanged hetwe-n
the Power* now have Mur promise of
Mirren*. The compromise suggeeied, U
I* asserted, here, la the withdrawal of
the force* of all the powers In Pekin,
levying the International guard to pro
tect the legation*. wnleh. It I* further
asserted in Parts, will be allowed lo re
main at the fTtln*** capital pending a
The main body of troop*. It I* also said,
will retire to the neighborhood of Tien
Tain, leaving miflli lent force* along the
read to keep clear tile tullroad route be
tween prkln and T.cn Tsln.
Hussta's attltiale Is Interpreted here as
meaning that ahe will withdraw her troops
out*;.!* Un (Mills of 1 ekin, but not neces
sarily a great distance from that city.
I:\GLAAD W AATS TO REMAIN.
Would Slay in Pekla t ntll a Nrttte
rarnt Has Hero Hade.
I onion. Sept. 7—A special dispatch
ftom Shanghai *>* I*l Hung Chang ha*
made a request for an American escort to
< company him on hi* Journey to Pekin,
and that United ft ate* Consul Good now
I* considering hi* reque* .
Now that a proposal more In conformity
with the original American recommends -
ton has apparently met with the appro
b.it on of at leaat a majority of the Pow
er*. the British foreign ofßce has al
lowed It to become detlnlisly known that
ths Hrltlah government 1* of the opinion
that It la advisable for th* allied force*
Satoannah ifflartiitw ffcto#.
•o nri'am at I* kin until na tip factory or
for iK-ace. *tc.. are conclude*!
wHh the ( luiiifti’ rnnunt
AIiAIXST .% miiIURAH lL
Ilona Kuiiit I hiinthrr of Commerce
lltaa *rnt a l*rntrt.
I-orulon. Kept. 7/-The Inlon Chamber
of Conunrrre luis rwHvcd n irlrgnim
from thi Hong Kens? Chamt'cr of Coro
erce with a requc*q that It b fommmil
catcl to the Itriibh foreign off! e, atlvo
cattnjr a continuance ot dm occupation of
Pekin until a proper jrovernment had b*-en
eitithltf>h(H| am) the guilty official* have
been | unti'h**!. and pointing out that an
earlier wltlMffnwal would In* clti*atn>u*
to foreign |r*tijie In China
Thl* dlapatch. tonother with a tpect-tl
letter from the Ixmdon Chamber of Com
merce. recommending It aa deserving con
sideration. ha* been sent lo L#ril Salis
AtiRBRD TO % rOMPItORINE.
Ilnsmla Nald tu llsir MoetllleU Her
t lilneae l*r<ip*al.
Indon, flepi. A.—lt hi ass rted by the
Austrian foreign office, tcOjrdl#| to the
Vienna correspondent of the Pally Mail,
tnat ltUMita ha* agreed to a comtwomlse,
ieov’lng a portion of the troops tot Pekin
ami tending the main body to Tien Tsln.
which will be th.* military headquarter*.
mfNMO!% utirt to itt-:Tt hn.
I rgrd to H(*nilpivimiii In Jnpnn I atll
( It I tin Is rnrtrtrri.
Jackson. Miss.. Bept. 7 —Bishop Charles
B. Calloway of the Southern Methodist
Church, and formerly In charge of the
Chinese mission*. has a strong
letter to the Foreign Mission Board urg
ing th.t nil mtaalonnrlea stationed In
China and now at home on leave, he re
turned Immediately and rendezvoused In
Japan until such time aa they can be
sent *o their charges.
Bishop Calloway states that the outlook
for the rhrlattenlxatlon and civilisation of
China Is brighter han ever before. He
predicts an early settlement of the pres
ent trouble* and says that Western Ideas
will he hospitably received by the people
of the Celestial Empire.
CAY YIII (I** YY EKE ATTACKED.
I.title Unrrlson Orsve Off Roera Be
fore All Beaelied It.
lxmdon. Rapt. 7-Ixrd Roberts reports
from Belfast. Transvaal, under date of
Wednesday. Bept. 6, as follows;
“lan Hamilton traversed Dulstrnom
yesterday with slight opposition.
“Buller engaged the enemy's left this
morning Hamilton Is endeav#irlng to turn
the enemy's right.
“Boers, with two guns and one pompom,
this morning attacked 12ft Canadian
mounted Infantri guarding the railway
between Par. and Wondersfonteln Mahon
pro-eeded to their assistance, hut the lit
re garrison had beaten off the enemy be
fore he arrived. It was a very creditable
performance. Th*- wounded were MaJ
llanders and Lieut Moodle. slightly, and
two men Bix men wr missing."
BA DR*-POWELL AT ( APR TOYYY.
( rowel ( arrled Him on Blioalelers
From the Depot.
Cape Town, Sept. 7 —Gen Hoden-Pow
el! arrived her* this m.>rnln. In eplie of
Ihe early hour of hi* arrival n great pub
lie ovation xu given In hie honor The
crowd twirled him on their nhoulder* from
the railroad mutton to the government
houxe. a .Hwtanee of half mile.
I'HIRGED tIifIVXT UKVKRY.
( Hixen'k I'ralerllTe l.eaawe Xlil to
New York. Sept. 7 — Fortner IVdtoe Coxn
mlaxioner Fr ink M.r.- on behalf of ihe
reeenlly oricatMaed mixene I’rol-tlve
late this ofiernoon prefeired
eharqe~ wsatnet Chief of Poke* Itevi-ry.
Irapei-tor Tlmmpaon, and Aeiirc Captain
Cooney, of tne Welt Thlny-oeventh
Street St ulon lie ne, uxe* them of bru
tality. new tee* of duty and In. ompelen.-e
In their meihot of treating Ihe- rnefit
rnee rt*.tx In the We- 1 SI.P
It la rtate.l that the league h,a evidence
agalnxt the ohiet orwl tile aulHtrikimt.-e,
that the police eommlwdoner* .annul Ig
The inveatlgatton of the cttnrge of elute
bing and other forma of brutality made
by colored people, ag iluat Ihe l**l|ee t.f
the Went Thlrty-aeventh Street Station,
after the recent race trouble*, which Ihe
police commleatoner* were .raked by the
Mayor to hold, began fnwlay in the trial
room at police hendqunrtera.
HACK rKKI.IAU It CHIC AOO.
t rnml After a Aern (♦lio Had lilt a
W lllte Alan.
Chicago. Sept. 7.—Five hundred men and
hoy* chased a negro along West Madison
street lata night shouting "shoot Mm,”
"string him up." "get a rope."
The fugitive was finally reaeued by a
do*-n policemen who had to use their
club* freely to disperse ehe crowd.
The eolored man's offense was hitting a
white man who had been tormenting him.
TUB FLAUFE AT UI.AIIKIW.
An ten Cases and Conditions There
Washington. He pi 7.—The Marine Hog
pltal Service to-day received the following
cablegram from Burgeon Thomas:
"Glasgow. Scotland. Sepl. 7. Wyman.
Washington.- Sailed Sept . Astoria ..nd
Taurentlan (fori New York; Peruvian,
Poet on. No new caaea, three days. Con
dition good. (Signed.) "Thomas.”
BacanrsglSß Famine Report.
Simla. Seri- 7—The weather Is now
promising for the crops. Kxollmt rain
hav fallen In all the famine traot* and the
winter sowing* are practically assured.
Th. number now receiving relief I* some
thing tinder four million, an encouraging
l)sres Slay bit to Rerlln.
Berlin. Sent. 7.—lt Is said In court cir
cle* here that Queen Vlrtorla will visit
Uowager Kmpress Frederick next month
unless the latter'* condition meanwhile
rhi-uld considerably Improve, which Is not
Advance In Freight Rales.
London. Sept. 7—Shipping firm* en
gaged In the Canadian trade have agreed
to an advance of ten per cent. In freight
rate* because of th* advanca in coal and
other steamship store*.
SAVANNAH, GA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, liKM).
HILL’S FIRM STAND
Ilia 9reEC H %T HERKIMER, V V..
( II fiat % 9BY9ATHHL
TOLD WHY HE FAVORS BRYAN.
KBIT THBRE ORTBMIIIILY TU
Y IMT Jl Uta: BA It
Sharp 4on trust drawn llrtnrrn the
Two I'artle*—4>p|mil|loii to Xcqair-
Ina Territory Oatl4e of the t’ea
atllHtlwii Y*liiirntlo' For
rliin Policy, Weak nuA Has
No Itla&ht lo Form a € eilunlal Uov
e i-moral—'l lilnks New York Will
Gs for llryaa.
Herkimer. N Y.. Sept. 7 —Ex-Ben itor
Hill's app# a ranee here this evening o**ca
sionetl aom* thing of a s. neitlon In pnlltl
(Ml circles. He came ostensibly to visit his
old friend, e*-Judge Karl of this place.
In the evening the Fort Dayton hand ser
enaded Mr 11111. and a large crowd of
cl'txn* ass mbltd.
He was Introduced by Judge Karl and
made a sreech. the chief feature of which
was .his rel rat*d declaration# tn support
of lit)an There was tome talk that Judge
Karl was lo t>c advanced as a Comoro
ml'C ran ddate for tiovernor. but Judge
Karl emphatically declared that his name
was not to be <onstdered.
Senator Hill, among other things. mM
“It Is dies* to soy that 1 um heart
ily In favor of the election of Bryan and
Btevenaon They art- the candidates of
the Democratic party, duly atal regularly
nominated at a national convention, of
which I was a member, and which treat
ed me, from beginning to end. with mark
ed ami unusual courtesy, and I am hon
orably bound to actively supvxirt a ticket
of my party nominated under *uch clr
“Our candidates represent the Interests
of the average man—the plain people of
the country—the farmer, the mechanic,
The loura Arc Plain.
“The Isstiea this year are very plain and
cannot he misunderstood. One party fa
vors large standing at mb*, immense. pub
lic expenditures, a government of gran '
deur and magnirtcence. high protective
tariffs, & British colonial policy, great
combinations cf corporate wealth and a
The other party favors a continuance
of the plain and simple government of our
fathers, public expenditure.* limit'd to the
actual necessities of the government, tar
iff taxat.on for pablb* purjioses only, an
army for defense and not for conquest,
competition In business free from mon
'An appeal is made by our opponents
to th* love of country. Country! We
heard the same serious appeal In IKWi and
we always hear It when our opponents
seek Democratic voter* to aid their c.tuse.
It is a partisan and not a sincere nod pa
triotic appeal. It Is based uNn false pre
tenses. The country Is not tn danger ex
cept from those who are now *dmlniaier-
Ing the government We will protect the
flag wherever It goes, but we will see
It shall not be hauled down In disgrace,
neither shall It be raised anywhere in
tgiiiaat tlte ont!fration.
“The people are opposed to this govern
ment acquiring territory which ta not to
be governed by our t oitetitution. It has
no more constitutional right to *ei up
a colonial system than It hog to
create a king The foreign policy of the
present national .• tom nisi ration, has been
weak, shifty, inconsistent ond unpatri
otic. ami the b**rt thought of the coun
try, the iw*t students of history, the most
Intelligent of Americans, are against It.
No right minded man ran dgfend a Pres
ident. who said In his annual message
that it was our ‘plain du;y* to give free
tnide to For to Rico ivith tha l*n|ted
Hi.ite*. and then within few months
thereafter, signed n measure which ittv
poiied a tariff duty of Ift |er cent.
“If wise counsels shall prevail at the
Biratoga Convention next week, and are
pr< ced on right lines to (dan for viotory
tr.et>ad of Inviting h*f*st. rnd shall
shape our course and p*>llc|es as to de
serve the sticiport of the great Independ
ent ami conservative fore#-* of this * ite,
we cannot only rescue the Km pi re Btate
from further Republican control. Irk can
give our electoral v<*e for our gallant
ti ttior.ti! standard t>earer—William J.
“W’hlle disagreeing with Mr. Hryan In
some matters. I need not reiterate that
I earnestly desire his election.
“Our opponents arc entrenched In pat
ron ge and power, and th#* struggle to
oust them muy necessarily he terrific
“The tide, however. Is with us. The
skies are becoming brighter every day.
Ivt us then all work together enthusias
tically for the cause, and victory is wltn-
In our reach."
AtliV YORK BTATK. DF.WN'H (€ 7.
Important Confrrrnre Vln> Rrlaa
New York. Sept. 7.—There was an Im
portant conference of the leader* of all
factions of the Btste Democracy to-day at
the Hoffman House.
Richard Croker, ex-Renator Kdwttrd
Murphy. Frank Campbell, Perry Belmont.
Btate Senator MeCarren. Corporation
Counsel Whalen and ea-itov. Stone of Mis
souri. who looked after the Interests of
the National Committee In his capacity
a* chairman of the subcommittee of that
hotly, were present. The conferees were
pledged to secrecy and about all that any
of them would admit was that an earnest,
and partially effsetlve. effor t had been
made to secure harmony.
Justice Karl of Albany was mentioned
a* a gubernatorial possibility. Renalor
Murphy said that he and Senator MrCsr
ren had visited Hugh McKaughlln
to-day. hue declined to say what
hail been discus*ed hevond that harmony
was pro* Ically assured He said that th*
National Committee would co-operate
with th* R'ate Committee In th* cam
National Committeeman Richardson
called to-day on former Beer*tary of the
Treasury Carltale and the two were to
gether for an hour. Mr Richardson said
he got no •ailsraetlon. and Mr. Carlisle
said he knew hi* own mind, but preferr
ed to make no statement
Mr Rlrhartlacn announced that Bourke
Cochran will tak* the stump for Bryan
and will he under the direction of the
*! eaker's bureau at th# Chicago head
quanta* beeauae It wa# not Intended to
have a speaker * bureau In the New Tork
headquarter*, and he thought Mr. Cock-
ran would b on the ntump In the West,
a large \ art of the campaign.
Former Bcna*or Gorman of Maryland,
arrived here to-day to assist the Eastern
hianch of th* Democratic Campttgn t'om
IT IS ALL < IlnkKltN WAY.
Yevertlieleaa the l.flort Was Made tn
New York. Hept. 7.—The conference of
IVtnonU at the lloffm n House to-day
w*;is Interesting though without special
It was thought there w,s a possibility
that the representatives of ex-ffenator
David 11. lit.l would reach an understand
ing with ex-Benator Murphy and Richard
Croker, hut Chairman Frank Campla-ll
returned to hi* home lit Hath to-ntght
leaving tiehtnd him the announcement
thm the situation was still unchanged
Whether harmony will b# the watch
word at the convention at Saratoga next
week cannot be determined until It lum
been ascertained whether *x-Senator
David It. 1111 l will consent to abandon the
cause of Controller Color of Brooklyn.
There was a rumor to>n!ght that ex-Ben
ator Hill would consent and would favor
the nomination of former Judge Karl of
Brbfly stated the attitude of ex-Bena
tor Murphy and Richard Croker to-day
seemed to Indicate a willingness to accept
any candklat who in ght lw* suggested by
th# followers of Iflll except Coler Per
haps the name most frequently mention
ed by the !**moerat* at the Hoffman
House to-day was that of John B Bt.mch
fP Id of Klmlra
I was anitourced to-night that Coler's
name would probably be presented to the
convention by Bridge Commissioner John
Is. Hhea an 1 that David B Hill would
•etMind the nomlnati n in a ringing speech
In which he would urge th* nomination
of ol r because of the Independent vot
ers that would b* attracted
It In generally conceded that Croker
controls a majority of the dt b gate*.
I tIWCIIKM K IT SARATOGA.
I hliagn I'latfarm Demoerat, Have
lleen t tilled to Meet.
Alhnny. N. Y.. P 7 —Chalran Thomaa
W Cantwell of thla city haa maued a
call for a confer*noa of the Exeeutlve
committee of the Chlengo Platform Dem
ocrat* it the Grand t'nton Hotel. Sara
ttoga, Se|>t, 10. on Ihe eve of the Demo
cratic Btate Convention
In hi* cal! Chairman Cantwell xaya that
condition* have arlaen which threaten
party tinliy and may. If perm#'ted to eon
tlnue. affect not only Ihe state, but ra
tional ticket a* well.
PMVI or ttOl.D OBMOCRATff.
Hea*na* W hy The* Oppoae Ike Eiee
linn of Ir. Rryan.
Indianapolis. B-pt. 7—John V Frensel.
national eecretary of the Gold Democrat*,
gave out to-day a atatement of campaign
plana and reason* for entering the cam
paign against Mr Bryan. It says Bryan
still represents alt that l* set forth In the
Chi, ago platform, the principle* of which
caused the Gold Democrat* to form a sep
arate organisation in '*
"In addition to thi*," he *ald, "we now
have h'* action at the National Conven
tion at Knnsas City, where he placed such
emphaal* on (he 1* to 1 Idea—a direct and
unpardonable opposition to everything the
Gold Denuw rats have espoused In my
opinion the Gold DMnd*rata who support
ed the Indianapolis platform In ‘S* cannot
consistently supjmrt llryan this lime If
they do, It muni be simply for (be reason
that they see In Ihe so-called threat of
Imperialism charg-d to the present .admin
istration by reason of it* attitude toward
the Philippine*, somethin* more dnnger
our to the country than the her-stes and
fallacies of the Chicago platform, or that
they have |>otl'lral ambition*.
FI’BIOX l\ ARVADA.
Democrat* Mtl Sllverlte* Tamed
Aewlaisds for CoagreM.
Vlrglnta, Ncv.. Bept. 7.— The Democratic
and Mlver in rile* effeettd fusion to-day.
Rnd nomlnnted Francis G. Newlantls for
Congrc. A I- Ftix*.-raid no nonil
not. and for pnprem* Judge
The platform Indorse, the Chlcaro and
Kansas City platform*, holds that th
silver question I* one of the Important
questions of the campaign oppo*e* frusta,
condemn* the admlnt*! rollon'* Philippine
policy, extend* sympathy atvl moral sup
port to the llowx; oppose aI He nee* with
foreign nation*, objects to lotteries ho.I
prise fight*, favors shorter hours foe
htlior; eoiloglxe* Francis G Newland*.
amt Invite* , o-opera I lon of th* Southern
Fnclllc Company In htitlding up the stti e.
The *llver party passed a rcsotutkir.
denouncing Senator Sfeworl. who recent
ly announced that he would sip-port the
H< mthllcan national ticket, ami demand
ing hg reslgi .atkm is senator.
11 VI) A I) API. IK AT fAWIIRIIMiF
Cal. Brian llatl Endeavored to Keep
Ills Route Secret.
Camhrlilge. 0., Bept. 7.—W J Bryan
left Wheeling for Chicago at 7: this
mornlug. lie had endeavored to keep his
route a secret, bus at Cambridge there
was assembled a crowd of several hun
dred people, who demanded a speech of
Mr. Bryan epok* for three minutes, con
fining himself lo the trust* along the same
line* he u: -g In former npeer-he* He said
that no one rould expe-t re roe. ha I leglv,
latlou from Ihe Republican parly, which
make* demands to a large extent upon
(here oumotnattotM for campaign eontrl
hultaiui. He said thar If the worktngmm
did not know how to vote In order to
hurt the trust*, he should watch the way
Ihe trust magnates voted, and then vote
th* other way. He was cheered and ap
plauded during hts remarks.
ALIFORM A l>F Mill HATS.
An med Kleetoral Ticket and llt -
dossed Kansas ( llr Platform.
Ran Jen*. Cal.. Bept. 7.—The Slate Dem
ocratic Convention adjourned to-day after
nominating nn el elotal tl ket and adopt
tng a platform embodying the prlnelples
art forth In the national platform adopted
ai Kansas (Tty.
The platform condemn* Ihe employment
cf Astatic* and farora ths ro-enaetmenr
and Improvsment of Ihe Chinese exclusion
act and the adoption of such law* as
will sxelud* all Astatic tabor.
Kmpludlnas lias Killed Four.
Vienna. Bept 7. During the
Auqtrlan maneuvers to-day on th*
harder* of Galicia and Bohemia, a
Mg gun exploded, killing four men out
right and fatally wounding eighteen
COTTON TOOK A TURN
TRBMKSDMft E\ ITKHKYT %% HK\
THE t H (Ml l % UK.
PUBLIC LOST VERY LITTLE.
prop was c.%rr.n tn m ll pisic
Action nf the Manrheater kplnnera
Had t onslderalile Kflrrt on the
(larkrt—4 unarn ntl% e llenlera Re
lieve the Turning Polut llaa lleeu
Iteaelaed—Market Unit Rapidly
Ip and liimn-Dat'a HnafWewa In
Kev York Eatlmntrd at 1.4104t.4HH
New* York. Hept 7 —T>-dy marked the
turning point m the great bull movement
in cotton on the New Y'ork. New Orleans
and Liverpool rotton exchatiges.
With a crash amid tremendous excita
mev, prices fell JC to 2S (mint* on ths
>lenlng. while the closing was weak at
a net loss of 19 to 2. |Kints.
Between the opening and final phases,
the market scored rome violent p#'nduai
ttnns. at one time advuiwing wtthki a
point* or so of yesterday s closing Tne
l*ss on the first call here wl|e*| out fully
oneKhlrd of the rise xcrumulpsl during
the fore port of the wck. and resulted
from a hull panic In Liverpool.
The public won not a loser on the col
lapse of the English ond American mar
kets. having sold out pretty thoroughly
• airing th* grcit r'e of ygsterday.
Man* heater spinners voted at a meeting
KMlay to (kis*' down tnelr mills. hein
dnabic to profitably mnmifneture cotton
xomls at the prevent ahnormal prices de
manded for American cotton. Moreover,
there was not suftb lent staple tu all Flog
land to keep them goli.g for ten days con
Se>m* trailers are talking Il> cents for
Junuiry delivery, but conservative par
ties believe the turning polm has been
To-day*! business on the local cotton
exchange was estimated at l.tro.txwi bales.
THE CRI9IB %T M IYCIIE9TKH.
tnffrrlng Idkrly t> He 4’anaetl by Ks
Itvlun gept H —The morning |apera
comment upon the err! >usne-a cf the crisis
which has arisen at Manchester, where
suffering la likely to be caused by tha
enforced Idleness of operatives, especially
11. as not impossible, the stoppage con
tinues into October.
The prospects of a satisfactory Ameri
can crop are regard* and as slender
SfOT TO HI V PII'IIT r OTTII*,
Rr.ll>li Spinners larrp >nl In Pap.
chase Thla Month.
Manchester, England. Bept. 7—At a
mprllni of Ihr cotton iplnnm here to
day It waa decided. practically unani
mously, not to purchase American apot
cotton during Hie month of September.
Pour-fifth* of tha amployara In the trade
It Ig anticipated that the deelelon will
trad to the closure of aaorec of mllia for
aavaral week*. Only threa manufacturer*
oppoaad tha resolution and their oh jar -
tlon waa that It waa not atronit enough
and that It ahould bind the trade an atop
the consumption of cotton and not mere
ly to atop purchasing It.
The meeting waa private hut ft waa
ascertained th.it during the discussions
there waa sharp criticism of the Liverpool
•peculatora who. It waa declared, made
the crlei* worse by gambling Eventually
the meellnit adjourned until Repl Jl. w han
the situation will be again considered
Tha meeting summoned for Rapt SI, le
to roconel-lcr tha sMuallon. "and If nac
aaaary, lo taka more draailc measures."
Yrgterdav* meeting waa open to nil •pin
ners. whether . oonrctrd wllh lha f"delo
tion or not Member# of tha North nml
Norh"n*t Lancashire Hpinncra and Man
ufacturers’ A* social lon u, were also pres
ent. These had met earlier in the day.
and It was Ulster. 'rs| that they were
willing to eo-nperate with the federation.
In the e-oarae of the meeting the accusa
tion waa made, olthouch not formally
dlaeosseel. that motor of lha promoterw of
the meeting hael been fortifying their own
position by large purchases of cotton since
the conference v stimmonest Dko-.aim
ers, however. m with cordial acceptance
lleplying to complaints that the reoo
lu’lon waa Inadequate to meet the crisis,
th* promoters admitted that this had be
come more acute sinew the meeting waa
called, but tney said It had been deemed
expedient to a-cure united action through
out the whole tra-te before attempting lo
strengths the terms of the r>'HOlultn.
The chief Interi st In yesterday's pro
cetdlngs I* as to whether they will has
ten the end of the corner which has been
estahl'shed. Mr M.iwdesly, a leading of
ficial of the operative**' union, la hope
ful He says that a fortnight's loss of
work ahould not seriously aff-ct the oper
The Bolton spltmera use Egyptian cot
ion chl*(ly and are therefor*- little af
fected The Barnes rnmiairiy of Karn
woith. one of the largest firms depend
ent upon American cotton, has already
placed It* four mills on shor: time for
four days a week, and ii I* f*tired that
many mill* will he obliged to close.
HIV RKT A Hits CO ATM ACT.
Soutlt African f.oltl f nsipsslrt Will
Heavy t t.al Tracks.
Capetown, kept. 7.—American energy
promise* to be rewarded by securing or
der* for 3WI large* coal truck*. Involving
tisn, two, about to be placid by gold raining
i-otnpantes on the Kind. In which quick
dettvery Is vitally Important.
Tender* were rwraived from British am
American tganufacturer*. The latter
quoted lower on the pi Ice* and protnleed
more speedy delivery.
British financial house* hear that Hie
English manufacturer* will allow foreign,
era to reap the commercial benefits of the
A Haw Material Tariff.
Berlin. Sept. 7.—-The seml-offlclal
Relchsangelger announces that the min
istry of state decided yesterday. In view
of the deficiencies of the coal supply, to
facilitate Importation by Introducing
everywhere e raw material tariff to con
tinue at least two years.
*1411(11 STHI4 K LOI IftUAA,
Two Urn Drowned and Uncle De#
■ Inert*<n YY roimlit.
New Orleans. 8* pt 7 —The storm, which i
has been expected for several days, ma- j
t<’!lalix*d to-tlay amt all th#* southern ,
losri nf Louisiana has incti swept.
The sea water has been tacki up to
tin Mlsel**ip|et river lev*** on (he east
Dr. O 11. Burford and Sup 4 Rlchanl
Quinn, gnve rnni* nt offl*'er at Fort Hi
I'hllllp. wmt down th#* river In a caFwwet
on Thursday and this evening the boat
was found bottom up. They were un
questionably drown* *1
The damage to crops from sea water
Xlorut at Pass 4 hrlstlaa.
Pass Christian. Miss., Kept 7 —The
predicted wind st>rm reached Its hlght at
<1 o'clock this evening and for an hour It
blew at about fifty miles an hour, accom
panied by a heavy rainfall All vessels
In the h.irM rode through safely, and
very little damage was dime.
TRIED TO 4 OH MIT *1 H IDE.
( oitdrmnrd Murderer Took Morphine
nod 4 ol Ills Throat,
Wllmlngioti, N. C\, Sept. 7.—Rather than
tn hanged at the band:- of a Republican
or Populist, lie deckired. Archie Kill
saute a (andsmiml white murderer who
was sentenced to he hanged to-day at
flint on. Kumpson taeunty, tills morning
made two unsuccessful attemiats to cm
inlt suicide In his cell, one by cutting
his ihioai from ar lo ear and the other
by taking morphine, the tie.ms of his
se|f-#lestruc(io<i having been furnished
by sympathisers and secreted by him In
hts cell until a few hours before hts ex
ecution was ap|Mlntd to take place.
Under Ihe circumstances and because
local ministers of the gn*| I admmlshed
the t lover nor that the < ood mned man was
not ready to die. the chief executive has
granted the murderer a respite of one
week, hut a special to the Star to-night
says that physicians declare his condi
tion very critical from the wound at Ida
Klvisanla. himself a Democrat, la con
d* mned to die for the killing of Popu
list In Benator Butler's countv tn the
heated political campaign of I*#< While
It la urged that politics did nut enter Into
the murder from the fact that 1 democrats
have been most urgent in demanding his
execution, feeling has lieen high and be
fore hts conviction In court he was liber
ated from jail by frlenda. and be bade
deflance to th- law and evaded capture
for nine months, during which time he
remained In hla own county and was at
last shot dawn by a passe and again plac
ed In Jail.
THEY YY 11.1. PHOBARLY YTHIKE.
Indications Are Ynthradte Miners
Will <•• tint.
Indianapolis. Dept 7 - Under the consti
tution of the United Min# Workers of
America the executive board must de# Ide
before * o'clock to-morrow night on the
application of the districts embraced in
the anthracite region for permission to
Indications to-night are that before the
time Itmtt has ••spited messages will have
been sen! lo the |ire*.d*nt of the three
districts In question, annoum tng that the
Permission has been granted Following
these messages will be others ordering
the men out of the mines.
The question of ordering the strike was
not submitted t| a vote at the meeting of
the executive Uocrd which was In session
here all of to-day, the time being taken
up In dlscusalon.
a •thikk ik Rirtirati.
Operators Way Anikina Bet a Miracle
I ae Prevent It.
Wllkesbarr*. Fa.. Sept. T —Miners' meet
ing* were held In various parte of the
Wyoming valley 10-nlghl and the strike
situation discussed. In nearly all the
mealing* the sentiment was In favor of
u In. 11 rig by the derision of the Executive
Board of the t'nlted Mine Worker* now
In sexton In Indianapolis. Rome of the
speakers deplored a lockout, hut said they
were willing lo stand by the majority.
The operators are now .-onvlneed that
nothing hut a miracle ran prevent a
strike and are making preparations lo hire
cool and Iron policemen to guard their
properly. If the strike Is ordered.
Heady lor the Rfrlke.
Rhamokln. F , Rept 7- The operator#
and the leaders of the I'nlled Mine Work
ers of district No S. composed cf the
counties of Northumlierland, Columbia.
Schuylkill and fiauphtn. each announced
to-night that they were In readiness for
the eg pec led strike The haler* claim
they will soon Induce enough unorgan
ised miners to .-# work to tie up the
district: while the operators assert that
the great preri.L-ge of the workmen will
remain at work
HAWAIIAN COI HT OKI IDEM IT.
laaerta That the f onalltallon Fol
lows the Fla*.
Ran Francisco, kept. 7.—The steamship
Wvrrlmoo tiring* the following news:
The Hawaiian Court, In the case of
George Edward*, ronvk-tesl of an unnat
ural offense, after the American flag was
raised In Hawaii, ha* decided that the
constitution fo'.tow* the flog. Edward*
eras convicted on a verdict of ten to two,
and the court grants an appeal as a unan
imous verdict Is nee saury under the con
Export Hat* on Tobacco.
Havana, kept. 7—The tobacco growers
have submitted a petition to f)ov. Gen.
Wood asking the removal of the export
duty rn tobacco. The iietltln Is being fa
vorably conrhter'd. aa it affecta only the
low grads product wh eh la not used In
the Unit'd Rtat-s hut gets chiefly to
Money (or Troops In Uktna.
Ban Francisco, Bept 7-The steamer
Fhlna. which sailed for Hong Kong, car
ried nearly U.ion.im in gold and silver cur
rency for the Unit'd State* troops In
■ ra s 1 m
Washington. Rapt 7 -The population of
Racine. Wte , as announced to-day. is
.102. an Increase n ten years, of t,/**.
DAILY. I* A YEAR,
ft UKNTR A COPT
WEEKLY 2 TIMKH A WKKK.II A YEAR
SPOKE EIGHT TIMES
BOV. KOOKVKI.T WnnKßlt PRET.
Tl lItHII IV Mil Hia.tß.
PLEASED WITH RECEPTION.
YY ELI. RECEIVED YT GR4YD RAB
ID* AYD LA YHI YU.
He Spoke tn Urge ( row4a Also nt
Hay t it), saaclnnw and Olher
Point ■—lie* tiled Hla Ytlenfion to
•be YKnney 4| neat lon. the Philip
pine* and the Irii#l- Heels reel the
Money |ueailn YY aa I'arsMonst.
Ornrtl It iptd*. Mich., Kept 7
Koaaevelt arrived nt tha city at I o'clock
this v veiling, atui w in acconled a grand
To-night he (>oke In the Au#htoriuiu,
which w.a cr#>W'del to Its uinxwi capacity,
and lau*r mule a brief spetvh In iowort'
During hts trip through Michigan Uv
day. Col Roosevelt made eight speech**,
iH gmniuk at Day CMy at * 30 in the motn
-104. ami (iidmjt at Hastings at & o'clock.
The crowds .tl the various stopping place!
du ln the b> were targe, upprectativ*
Tin N#*w York 45ovemor Is pleased with
1-1* Western reception, ftifhmigh he com*
P*ans that he Is great.y overworked He
sa>s that while his health ie robust and
hla strength equil to any ordinary de
mand. he will he glad ivhen he rroaaca
the Michigan state Hne Into another state,
v hers the Central Committee does tout
work Its candidate* so hard The Oov
♦•rtior goes (o B#>uth Ilerxi. ind., to-mor
r'W. wnere he apeak! at ft o'clock In th*
"The leaders among our opponents are
doubtless uneasily cora-lou* that their
flee sliver lollcy would le disastrous to
the nilf.nr of our country: but having
plays I the part of demagogues, they must
B-.W reap the frulta of their action. If
they came Into power, their mere pos
session of power would throw this enun-
Iry Into convulsions of disaster. They
wou and be obliged to moke war upon the
principles of sound finance. The victory
ft Mr Bryan would mean such a
strengthening of the foes of hones money
aa to powerfully Impress every wavering
mind In the B-nate. *-> that free allvsr
legislation could probably paa* both Hous
es. and no Hr. ret.-ry of the Treasury
who would aci epl office under Mr. Bryan
could do anything but follow a course of
act on which would plunge our financial
ayelrm Into chaos If the farmer, the
business man. and the wage-worker want
prosperity to continue, they must msk*
up their minds that the Incoming of Mr.
Itrysn would mi an terrible widespread
'What He Said or Trusts.
"A word as to trusts. Beyond a ques
tion the great Industrial combination!
which Wr group In popular parlance un
der the nem of trust* have produced
gregt and serious evils. There Is every
r-os-w why w< should try to abate those
evil* nd lo make men of wealth, wheth
er they act Individually or collectively,
beor thHr full share of the country's bur
dens and keep as scrupulously within th
bounds of equity ami morullty aa any of
their neighbors But wild and frantla
denunciation* doe* not do them the least
harm and simply po.*t|*>nea the day whea
we isn make them amenable lo propai
law*, liaaiy legislation of a violent type
h> either wholly Ineffective against tits
evil, or else crushes th* evil at the eg.
I—ns- of crushing even more of good. W<
need lo approach the Subject both with
firm resolution to abate the evil and In a
spirit of hard, common sense as we search
for the names of abating them One of
the first (fling* to obtain I* publicity. W#
must he able by law to find out eaactly
what each corporation does ami rams
This more publicity Itself will effect
something towards remedying many avtla
Moreover. It will give his a ciearsr Me*
os lo what the remaining evils are. and
will, therefore, enable us to shapa out
measures for attacking the latter with
good prospects of success. I mm-Klerata
ulta.k always Invites reaction ami often
defeat. Mislenikm, combined wllh reso
lution. can alone secure results worth
having l-et me point out to you that
within the lasi two year* we have la
New York established a franchise las
umlrr which the corporation* which owt
moei to the slate, hut which had hltherta
largely escaped taxation, have been re
quir'd to pay tlwlr Just share of taxa
tin the Philippines.
"Not a word sperlffcsHy as to the Phil
ippine*. H In connection with the Phil
tpplnes that Mr. Bryan has chiefly harped
upon the ‘coneent of the governed* the
ory Asa matter of fact, we cannot toe
clearly keep In mlml th.it the success of
the Agulnaldlan ratw-ls would mean not
lllieriy for all I’hlllpplnos, but liberty fo
a certain bloodthirsty section to cqqireaa
a great majority of their fellow-country
men. Under Rpanlsh rule the Piltpptnog
were treated with Intolerable cruelty,
The Agulnaldlan l>-dern have, wherever
their power has eatended, continued
system almost as bad The chief victim*
of this system have been not the Ameri
can*. but their fellow-Filippinos; for theli
hatred and cruelty have hern exhibited
chiefly at the coat of their fellow-country
men. who have had the good arose and
genuine patriotism to realise that the true
Interests of the |sl-in-1* lay In the Amer
ican government Bo far as I am awsr*
not one competeni witness who ha* actn*
ally known the fact*, believe* tbs Filip
plno* capable of #!f-go\ eminent at pre*.
Belli, or believe# that such an effort would
result In anything but a horrible confu
sion of tyranny and anarchy. Judge Taft,
president Hchurman, Prof. Wnroeator,
litshop Potter, and all our atpi)' "fflcen
are a unit on this point. The Institution
of a free republic cannot at a leap he
transplanted Into wholly alien soli among
a people who have not the allghtest con
ception of liberty of self-government, at
we use those words. You might aa wet
try to transplant a full-grown oak into
Bonaevelt nt Ha City.
Bay City. Mich.. Bept, 7—Gov. Roose
velt arrived h- re early this morning Ha
was driven lo Central Avenu# Park es
corted by t, company of local Rnoaavell
Hough Riders, in hi* speech he said:
"The great Issue that we have hefors
uw this year. I* whether wr shall continue
the policy that gives to every man a
chance to earn ha I'ving. If he wishes t
do so That I* the gr-at issue. We want
conditions such that a man of thrift. In
dustry and ’business sagacity can uoa
those qualities to the beat advantage.
"Here In Michigan you know for your
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