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tlalm*4, for only evil can jr**ult from th*
i* pc raised by our opponent* in th*
mind* of the Filipino*. that with th*-ir
M.coesa at the polls in November there
Hill I'* • withdrawui of our army and of
V meric‘to *ovc'T*l*nty over the artitpol
itgo; the cxaiptote indtfwndtßot of the
'fttgalog people rtcomllttl arjd the pow
r* of the iovermnent over all the other
I’t'i’pte* of the archipelago conferred upon
the Tagalog leaders.
I '.Heel ou liaaursents, ,
The effect of a belief In the minds of
th% insurgents that this will he done has
.iiraady prolonged the rebellion and In
* r ww* the necessity for the continuance
. t a large army. # It Is now delaying full
( ace in the archipelago and the estatw
l hm#nt of civil government, and has
fluent * and many of the Insurgents against
i.cceptlng the lltwral terms of amnesty
•Itcreel by Oen. Mm Arthur under my di
ectlon Hut for these false hopes a con
dei.tbl* rediH'tlon could have been had
m our military establishment In the Phil*
i opine*. anl the realisation of a stable
government would he already at hand.
The American peopl* are asked by our
• pptments to yield the sovereignty of the
fritted Hiates In the Philippine** to a uri.l
fraction of tlw* population. a single trtbe
at of eighty or more Inhabttatlng the
r* a faction whk h wantonly
attacked the American troops In Manila
a i.tle tn rightful possession under th*
I rotorol with Spain, awaiting the rafifl
itton of the treaty of i*a '* by the K*n
ata. and which has since been in active,
.pen rebellion against the t'nlted States
We are asked u> tranafer our soveteignty
to' a small minority tn the Gland* without
• onsultlng the majority and to ahand.m
the largest portion of tha population,
which has been loya! to us. to the cruel*
ties of the guerilla Insurgent bands. More
than this, wo are asked to protect this
minority In establishing a government
and to this end repress all oppoaltlon of
the majority. We are required to set
up a stable government in the interest
of those who have assailed our sovereign
ty and fired upon our soldiers, and then
maintain It at any coat or sacrifice
against Its enemies within and ag.tinst
those having ambitious dealgns from
This would require an army and navy
far larger than Is now maintained in the
Philippines and still more in excess of
what will be nccewsary with the full
re< ognltkm of our sovereignty. A mili
tary support of authority not our own as
thun propped Is the very essence of mil
itarism. which our opponents In their
l latform oppose, bur which by their pol*
icy would of ne baslty be established in
Us most offensive form
The American peopb- will not make the
murderers of our aoldlefs the agent* of
the republic to convey the bleaelngs of
liberty and order to the They
will not make them the builders of the
new commonwealth Such a course would
b* a betrayal of our sacred obligations
to the |h.ireful Phllippinos. and would
place at the mercy of dangerous advent
urers the live* and pro|*erty of the na
tive* ami foreigners It would rmtke |o*-
slHle and easy the commission of such
atrocities as were secretly planned, to be
executed on th** Xlnd of February. I*#.
In the city of Manila, when only the vig
ilance of our army prevented the attempt
to auMMiiwtf our soldiers and all for
eigners and pillage and destroy the city
and Its surroundings. In short, the prop
itl<xi of those opi*>*ed to us I* to con
tinue all the obligations In the Philip
pines which now rest upon the govern
ment. only changing the relation from
principal, which now exists, to that of
surety, our responsibility Is to remain,
but our power Is to be diminished. Our
obligation is to l>e no less, but our title
Is to be surrendered to another power
which tw without ex|*erlrnce or training.
<>r the ability to maintain a stable gov
ernment at home and absolutely helpless
to perform Its International obligations
with the rest of the world. To this we
.ire opposed We should not yield otir title
while our obligation* last. In the lan
•luge of our platform. "Our authority
Miould not be less than our res (ton si bill
t and our present responsibility Is to
* daMish our authority In every part of
Our Government the Heat.
No government can no certainly pre
serve the |eiice, ntlorr public order, es
tablish law. Justice and stable cundlilons
as ours Neither Congress nor the Exec
utive can establish a stable government
In iheee'lslanUs except under our right
of sovereignty. Our authority and our
flu-:. And this we are doing.
\\ e„ ct tld not do It a? a prot* t torn to
power .<> completely or so successfully as
t*e are doing II now. As the sovereign
power ,me can Initiate action and shape
m<-ans to ends, and guide the Filipinos 10
e ( . If-development and self-government. A*
A protectorate power we could not Initiate
action, but would be compelled to follow
and unhold a people with no capacity yet
to go alune. In the one case we can pro
tect both ourselves and the Filipinos from
being Involved In dangerous complica
tions; In the other we could not protect
even the Filipinos until after their
trouble had come. liesldea. If we can
not establish any government of our own
without the consent of th* (governed as
our opponents contend then we could not
establish a stable government for them
or make ours a protectorate without the
like consent, and neither the majority of
the people nor a minority of the people
have Invited us to assume It. We could
mil maintain a protectorate even with the
lonsent of the governed without giving
provocation for conflicts and possibly
■ oslly wars. Our
pines arc now free from outside Interfer
ence and will continue so In our present
relation. They would not la- thus free In
any other relation. We will not give up
our own to guarantee another sovereign
our title Is good. Our peace commls
sioners believed they were receiving
goes) title when Ihey concluded the treaty.
The executive believed It was a good tlel*
when he submitted M to the Senate of the
Fnltad Stale* for Its ratification The
Senate believed |i was a, good -title when
they gave It their constitutional assent,
und the Congress seems not to have doubt
ed Its completeness whpn they appropriat
ed |y>.ooo,ooo dollars provided by the treaty
If nny who favored Its ratification be
lieved It gave u* a bad title, they were not
elm -re Our title is practically Identical
with that under which we hokl our ter
ritory acquired since the beginning of the
government, and under which wc have ex
ercised full sovereignty and established
government for the Inhabitants.
It Is worthy of note that no one outside
of the I'nttbd States disputes the fullness
and Integrity of the cession What then la
the real Issue on this subject? Whether It
Is paramount to nny other or not. It Is
whether we shall he responsible for the
s vernment of the Philippines with the
creignty ond authority whteh enables
us to guide them to regulated liberty, low
safety and progress. or whether
Wf shall be responsible for the
forcible und arbitrary government of a
minority without sovereignty and au
thority on our part, and with only the
embirrussmena of n protectorate which
draws us Into their troubles without the
power of proventing them.
There were those who two years ago
were rt ishlng us on to war with Spain
tvho are unwilling now to accept Its clear
consequence, ns there ore those among us
w bo advocated the ratification of the trea
ty of peace, but now protest against Its
■'tv,(gallon*. Nations which go to war
must be prepared to accept Its resultant
( (gallons, end when they moke treaties
mut keep them
Those who profess to diet rue* the liberal
’-1 honorable purpose of the ndmlntstra
•i , n ps treetment of the Philippines
m not Justified. Imperialism has no
I-- |n Its creed or conduct FYeerlom
Is -i rock upon which the Republican
Prty was builded and now rests. Liberty
I. the great Republican doctrine for
Which the people went to war end for
which a million lives were offered and Wi
den* of dollars were expended lo make
It a lawful legacy of all without the con
sent of master or slave. There la a strain
ol ill'<otK > e)*d hypocrisy in the anxiety
to extend the constitutional guarante<*
•o the i*eopa- of the Philippine. whll#
tnelr nullification is openly advocated hi
home. Our opponents may distrust them
selves but they have no right to discredit
the good faith ml patriotism of the ma
jority of the }H<opic who are opposing
them, they may fear the worst form of
Imperialism with the helpless Filipinos In
their hands; but if they fc. It is because
they have ported with the sidrli and faith
ot the fathers amt have hist the virility
of the founder* of the party which they
prof#** to represent.
The Republican party doesn’t have to
A**Tt its devotion to the 1 *•- l.irtti ton of
Independence. That immortal instrument
of the father* remained unexecuted un:j|
the people under the le,u| of the Republi
can party in the awful clash of battle
turned its promise* Into fulfilment It
wrote Into the constitution the amend
ments guamoteeing political equality to
American fiflxenship and It ha* never
broken them or counselled .slurs in break
in* them It will not lie guided in its
conduct by one set of principle* at home
and another *e: in the new' territory be
longing to the Fnlted States.
If our opponents would only practice ns
well as preach the doctrines of Abraham
Lincoln. there would he no fear for th*
safety of our institution* at home or
their rightful influence in any territory
over whl* h our fl g floats.
Empire has been expelled from Porto
Rico and the ITiilipplne* by American
freemen The fin* of the Repiflßic now'
flouts over these islands a* an emblem ot
rightful sovereignty. Will the Republic
etiiy and dispense to their Inhabitants the
blessing* of liberty, education and free
Institutions, or steal away, lea\ing#th*m
to anarchy or imperialism''
The American question Is between duty
and desertion—the American verdict will
he for duty and against desertion, fut *te
Republic against both anarchy and im
The country has been fully advised of
the purpose* of the United States in
Uhlna. and they will be faithfully ad
hered to, a* already defined
The nation is filled with gratitude that
the little band, among them many of our
own blood, who for two months have
been subjected to privations and peril by
th# attack* of pitiless horde* at the Chi
nese capital, exhibiting supreme courage
In the face of despair, have been enabled
by (tad's favor to greet their rescuers
and find shelter under their own fla*
The people, not alone of this land, but
of all lands, have watched and prayed
through the terrible stress and protracted
agony or the helpless sufferer* in Pekin,
and while at times the dark tidings
seemed to make all hopcavaln. the res
cuers never faltered In the heroic ful
fillment cf their noble task
We ore grateful to our own aoldters and
sailors and marines, and to all the brave
men who. though assembled under many
standards, representing people* and race*,
strangers tn country and speech, were yet
united In th# sacred mission of carrying
succor to the besieged, with a success
that is now the cause of the world's re-
Not only have we reason for thanks
giving for our material blessings, but we
should rejoice In the complete unification
of the people of all section* of our coun
try that has so happily developed in the
last few yejfrs and made for u* s more
The obliteration of old differences, the
common devotion o hc flag and the com
mon sacrifices for Its honor, so conspicu
ously shown by the men of th- Nonh
and South In the BpanM war. have o
strengthened the tie* of frlerdshlp > and
mutual respect that nothing can ever
again divide us. The nation faces the
new century gratefully and hopefully,
with Increasing love of country, with
Arm faith In it* free institutions, and with
high resolve that they "shall not perish
from the earth."
Very respectfully yours.
fIIMHIt SOUK THROAT.
XAnnd Pavctneols and Water farts
to Itlnrar, Not the fllmate.
From the London Kxprr-s
We have now the London summer, and
w have also the 1-ondon aore throat
The sufferers all blame the climate for
"As If the English climate wax the
cause of london sore thro it.'’ said Dr.
Jaklns. the house surgeon at the entral
Throat Hospital, to an Express rrpresen
-1 '"Then tl era Is such a th ng as London
Mb- throat?'' .. ,
■I ndc iibtedly; and what la more. It Is
not merely a mild complaint The i.rln. 1.,jl
~jl t -ause Is the wood pavrmnt There
!. a continual .loud of line dust arising
from these lavements, and that Is In 1t
,,1f. U.und to set up an Irritated condt
tton of th'* throat.”
"What form dor* th * condition tak*
■Taually what ts termed septic sore
threat ftomrtlmt* It Is quinsy, and It may
If not careful y watchel, develop Into
'''"Am'th r great cause Is the drains. All
the manholes should hove pipes attach
ed reaching above thetops of the houses
and carried at the side of the lamp posts
|„ gor.ihend -his I* detf. sod why not In
London* The hseterta come from the
manholes and settle In the dust Then,
what happens? A water cart comes alone,
the only thing necessary for the multl
n'lcation of millions of bacteria So. by
the time the w.ler has drle.l up the
streets are more unhealthy than b. fore
•Then take the milk carts-l mean those
large can* that are wheel and about on har
rows How many times do they not stand
dir ctlv ovrr drains while the milkman
dellveis his pnts and quarts’ It *
wonder that diphtheria I* not worse than
""And'what r;medl s would you recom
-1,1 "First no street sprinkling In the day
time, unless a brush fo lows
Th* n reconstruct! oll °f !be drains, as I
- . I
dr)n k lass and eat mor. The malady
rardv becomes serious with those who
are In a healthy condition Flnally.when
people have sore throat symptoms, let
them put themselves at once under a
doctor and not meddle with things they
don’t understand "
The Stomach Is the foundation of health.
When It does Its work properly disease
cannot enter the body. If It Is out of or
der Hosteller's Btomich Hitters, the fa
mous dysprptda cure, will restore Its vig
or It Is the most valuable metliclne lor
stomach Ills known lo science Try It for
Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, or
malaria. Fever and Ague. Our private
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THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1000.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIOg OF
The Savannah Bank and Trust Company,
Locate.! at Savannah, (la , at the close of business Sept. 5. 1400.
loom* and discounts t 274,4*3 *0
Demand loans 494.900 71
Overdraft* IM 11
Bonds and stocks owned by tha
h,*nk 51.335 4!
Bn liking house 55,000 i
Furniture and natures 2.342 4.9
other real estate 14.000 on
Du* from hanks and hankers
In the stats *1.311 M
Due from hanks and hanker, In
other state# 117.117#3
Currency 154.74* no
Oolfl 1,000 00
silver, nickels an.t pennies 0,075 01
I R .lamps an.t stamped
checks 4*9 S3
Total .n.sM.oat Si
STATB'OF OEORQIA. COUNTY Or CHATHAM -Before me came W F Mn.
CAULEY. Cashier Savannah Bank and Trust Company, who being duly sworn
says that the above and foreaotna statement la a true condition of said hank, as
shown by the books of hie In said hank. W F McCAULKY.
Sworn and subscribe ! to before me thl* Ith day of September. 1900
D. C. CARSON, Notary Publle, Chatham county. Georgia
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE CHATHAM BANK,
bo-ated at Ravannah. da., at tha close of business Sept A. IMO,
Loan, and dlaoounta *314.623 61
Demand loans 113.106 33
Bonds and stocks owned by the
hank 3,155 00
Furniture and fixtures . 7.300 00
Due from banks and hankers In
the state 9 OSS M
Due from hanks and bankers In
other elates 74.406 M
Currency 37.316 AO
oold iw oo
Silver, nickels end pennies 6*2 21
Checks and cash Items 14 71
Exchange* for the clearing house 11.14! IS
Interest paid 1,736 99
Total 3740.334 19
STATE OF OEOROIA. COUNTY OF CHATHAM -Before me came JNO R.
DILLON, Cashier of The Chatham Bank, who being duly sworn, naye that the above
and foregoing statement la a true condition of eutd bank, as shown by the hooka
of Ale In eald bank. JNO R DILLON, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this Ith day of September. lAro
BARRON CARTER. Notary Public. Chatham county. Oeorgta.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE GERMANIA BANK,
Ix>cated at Savannah. Oa.. at the close of business Sept. 5, 1960.
Loans and discounts 1 *31.122 41
Demand loans 3n0.4*4 43
Overdrafts 2.008 31
Bonds and stocks owned by th#
bunk #0.120 26
Furniture and fixtures 6.376 00
Other real estate 14,014 00
Due from banks and bankers
In this stale 10.403 *3
Due from banka and backers In
other states 160.114 73
Currency 33.(37 00
(Told 3.M0 00
Silver, nickels and pennies *.214 36
Checks and cash Items 746 73
Total *1.324.474 62
STATE OF GEORGIA. COFNTY OF CHATHAM.—Before me came JOHN M
HOGAN. Cashier of The Germania Bank, who being duly sworn, says that Ihs abova
and foregoing statement Is a true condition of said hank, aw shown by the hooka
of flle In *akl hank JNO. M HOGAN, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this tth day of September, ISWV
WAITER F. HOGAN. Notary Public, C. C.. Go.
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Total 1740,* 44
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Undivided profile, leas current
ex|>eneee and taxes paid .... 72.175 66
Due to banks and bankers in
this stale 1.126 68
Due to hanks and bankers In
other states 7.512 *1
Due unpaid dividends 361 Oil
Individual defoslla subject to
check 984.a 63
Demand rertlflcatea 1.434 73
Time certificates 34.00 u on
Certlßed checks 1.023 70
Due m clearing house 14.460 77
Bills payable. Including time
can nice tea representing bor
rowed money 50.000 n
Total *1.334.474 42
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appointed to sail from Savannah. Cantral
(Mth) meridian time, as 'ollowa;
■ Ml 999 911 TO 4F.94 10HK.
TALI AHABSK.K. Capt. Asklna. MON
DAT. Sept. 10. 6 SB p m
CITY OF AUtIUHTA .'apt I>4Mr*tL
TUEBDAT. S*pt It. 4:B' p m
N At’tMK’HKE. Capt rt. nltlt. THURS
DAY. 8* pt. 13. kill p n<
KANSAS CITY. Capt F eher. SATUR
DAY. Fept 15. 10 00 p. m
CITY OF BIBMLNOHAM. Cf*t Berg.
MONDAY, Be t t 17. 12 o noon
TALLAHASSEE. Cap. Asklna. TCES
PAY, f l 19. I: * p m
CITY I7F AUOUBTA, < apt Daelt.
THURSDAY 8. pt 10, I:3> p m
NaCoOHKE. Capt Smith. BATUR
DAY Sept tt 400 p m
KANSAS CITY. Capt Flaher. MONDAY,
rept It. 5:00 p m
CITY OF BIRMINCIHAM, Capt. Berg.
Tt-FSDAY. Fn>t £* 530 p m
TUXAHA'SHI'. capt. Aaklns. THURS
DAY 8 pt- Tt 430 p m
CITY OF AUOUBTA. Capt Daggett.
SATURDAY Sept 24 •* tc p m.
.46:99 9 014 la TO H09T06.
CITY CF MACON, (apt Savage. MON
DAY. Sept 10. P' On
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, FRI
DAY. Hept I*- boon
CITY OF MACON*. Capt Savage, WED
NESDAY. F< pt 19. noon
CITY t'F MACON Cap! Savage. MON
DAY Sept.’ 24 noon
CITY of MACON. Capt Savage, FRI
PAY. Sept- I*. noon
This rompany reserves the right to
change Ms sailings without notice and
without liability or accountability there
Sailings New York for Savannah dally
except Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays,
6*oo p m
w O BREWER. Ctty Ticket end Paea
enger Agent. 107 Bull street, Savannah.
R, W SMITH. Contracting Fregh4
Agent Savannah. On.
K U. TREZEVANT. Agent, Savannah,
HAWKINS. Oenernl Agent
Traffic Dep’t. Tt* W Bay street. Jack
E. H HINTON, Traffic Manager. Sa
P F T.E FETRP., Superintendent. Near
pt-r 16 North River. New York N. Y
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH TO BALTIMORE.
Tickets on sets at company'* oßtce* te
tits following point* nt v.ry low rates.
ATI-ANTIC CITY. N J.
BALTIMORE, Ml' BUFFALO. N Y.
CHICAGO. ILL CLEVELAND, O.
IIAGEILHTOWN. HAIUURBimO. PA
HALIFAX. N 8
NIAGARA FALLS. NF.W YORK.
T,< “ 'WASHINGTON.
First-clase ticket# tnrlud* meets and
state room berth Bovanneh to Baltimore.
A< ommodstt'"* and cuisms m^*iu#l#d.
Freight capacity iintlmllid; cereful hgn
-11, K and quick dixpaich
The *team*hl|ie of thl# company sra sp-
P'tmwl to anil from Havanas), to Baltl
mom a* follow* (standard tlmst:
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foster, TCKBDAY,
Scot. 11, P- m
TEXAS. Capt- Eklrldge, THURSDAY,
tk-pt 11, titXt e- •
l> H ’ MILLER. Ca|4 Peters, BATL’R
liA V. Sept, li, 11 m
ITASt’A. Capt Diggs. Tt'ESDAT. Ssel.
I*. ljn p. m
ALUBOHANY. Capt Foster. THI’RB
UAY. Sept. . * P m
TEXAS, Capt. BktrMge. SATURDAY,
Sept. tl. !A P m
And liam Bnltlnior* Tuexdsys. Thurn
dnys Mil l Ss i umsye at 4:00 p m
Ticket office, Bull slresl.
NI.WCOMB COHEN. Trav. Agent.
J J CAKIILAN. Ag* nt,
W P. TURNER. O P A
A r> STEfIRINH A. T M
J. C. WHITNEY. Trslhr Munsger.
fU tiers I Office# Baltimore. Md
ItPPMAN BROS.. Preprlelers,
Ugpsuui's gist*. IAVASSAM. W
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc.
11l BAY SIBLET Wait.
J. D. WEED CO
Leather Belling, Steam Packing & Hose.
AfMU (or NEW TORE RUBBER
BELTING and PACKING COM PA NT.
Kavlr H.I.MH U.((kMi4. M
C. M. GILBERT & CO.