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VETERANS VISITED BRYAN.
OITUB* or THIS UOVBHNHm TO
I 01. lirjiin Gave III* View# ni Thai
subject to the Vrlrrim W ho < all.
nl on Him nl Murolw-Mld thr Old
loldirr Need Hir an Fear should
||* Hr Eleflwl—lle Will l*r-a%r l.tn
roln Next AYedwesday on HU last
Lincoln. Neb. BefX -Mr Hr van
r prnt the greater part of (•winy In going
through Hi* i cumuliiel correspondence.
Hr also received a lorn* number of call
The only formal performance of the day
h vt*it from a committee of twevwv
flve members of the Hryan Veteran Bi
metallic Club of this. < Lancaster) county,
who called to assure him of their support.
John W. Wilson acted a* chairman of the
. ommlttee. and-he prraented Mr. Bryan
ulth an engrossed copy of the member
ship of the club. numbering 250 atmo
Mr Wilson told Mr Bryan that the club
In luded In It* membership representative*
of all branch*.* of the military and nivtl
service of the government ilunrjt the civil
Mar He also presented a written .oMres*.
sowing why the members h.. 1 left “their
present home* to Join hi* standard **
In hi* reply Mr Liry.n revfewe I briefly
hi- own expe lence a* a soldier, of which
h# m and that while It was brief. It was In
•.tractive. He also outlined his view* of
ihe duty cf the government toward the
#x soldier*, inuring them that he would
n< t be willing to receive the surport of
told tors If he did not bell* ve that
tr.e r interrata h* soldi* r*. a* well a*
to*!” interest* a* dtl* ns w uld b*- pro
t ei under a I*tni>cr.it c administration
Talked lo Old Soldier*.
In nation* which have a large standing
army It la not no necessary that care
lould be taken of the aoldler after hi'
service is past, but in a country like ours,
where we h.ive, or should have, but n
•mall standing army, and where all the
people should bt* soldier* In cltliens
lothea. ready to don the uniform in any
emergency, the nation has a double rea
son for being !lleral In the treatment of
veterans and their dependent*. It I* both
c* tn.tsntlve of gratitude and the Incen
tive of *eif-lnere*t. for If the ration d**es
not do well by those who volunteer when
the nation needs support, the nation can
not expect that Its calls will be promptly
ssered. The soldier, therefore, as a
s*-Idler, need have no faar under the ad
ministration. should I be honored with
ne suffrage of my countrymen and ele
vated to that office. But the soldier Is
h ttissn ns well • a survivor of the war.
• r.d 1 take It for granted that your Inter
r*t In this campaign is due In part to the
1a t that you are citizen* of a republic
ar 1 do not care to be citizen* of an em
should Lew re a Heritage.
I take It for granted that your Interest
In this campaign Is due not only to the
fa*u that you live here now but also to
the f4ct that you expect your children to
live here after you. You want this gov
ernment good while you are here to cn
j y It. and you want to leave a good gov*
• meni to those who come after you. and
I am not surprised that you. who were
silling to offer the highest evidence of
loyally that man can offer ‘•life** when th*-
effort was made to have two republics in
r* .and of one. I am not surprised that you
•re willing to give him your vote to kc?p
tv* one republic that you helped to main
t h 11- (Applause.)
My greatest solicitude is not lest 1 fail
to b elected President. but that I may do
nothing to dost toy the good will and the
loohdenca which have been ex|*rer*ed by
you and those like you throughout th s
Mr. Bryan boa fixed the date for depart
t'ire on his next tour fer next Walnes
<l.iy H** will speak Wednesday right at
Nebraska City, N b.. and then procee)
north ward to South I>akoia. making aev
* *1 speeches en route.
I.KHMtN VUTKHH HR AH IUMA.
Told Tlirm rrokrr H th - Only l*n
prrlaltat Hr Knew of.
Chicago. Bept. SO.—An Immense Orman.
American RrpuMtnin man?* m** in if was
hud at i>ntral Music Hail thl* evening.
Tt aiujlmrr (lacked the hall to the side
walk. where they watted patiently until
in* spanker*. who were speaking In the
hall, could come out and address them.
Fr.inx Amhrrg preride I at the mewling
and Introduced Frederick W. Holla, who
epoke In Herman, iind Judge Richard
Vat a, Repuhltran candidate for Governor.
At the conclusion of Judge Yale*' epeech.
Senator Hanna addressed the audience,
"The |*ue* of Ihl* campaign, my fel
low-clilgene. boiled itnwn, arc no different
from what they were In lW* Everybody
ki • w then th day after election where
the Germati-AtiM rtenn people of thin coun
try atooft tifion those Issues and they
know It to-day. To lie sure. the opposi
tion parly has brought Into It many col
lateral Issue's, varied In their nature, and
are very wivellve a* to what they be
lieve themselves upon the subject until
they discuss It In public and find out
what the people think They expected to
stampede the German-Ameticans of the
I’nlted Slates u|ion the Issue of Imperial
ism and they failed utterly, as they will
fall whenever they strike at the founda
tion of our prosperity and development
"You aH know what happened at Kan
sas City, you all know how Mr Bryan
be.nmr the nominee at that convention,
a# Ihe only mm upon whom all the ele
ments of Populism, socialism and an
archy could untie; the man who had
Imji one issue In hie heart, could talk upon
hut one Issue, and that free silver. But
they told him that he must not talk too
much nhout free allver. particularly In
the Fast, and his managers prepared hkt
epee, hes for him so far as furnishing the
ammunition. He must try Imperialism
fl t' He must tell the people of this
country that the American people were
ready to renounce nil the principles of Re
pihllfwnism. set at naught all the exam
ples of their statesmen and heroes, divide
uihi the question that had bullded them
up and say that they were through with
their republican form of government. If
i iV voted the Republican ticket ! say
• hot that qoewtlon has been a failure he
r otse It would not stand the test of teaaon
aed . ommon sense.
When they pnlnt William McKinley as
n emperor they will get the same
*'"'*er from every audience that Is gi.th
*"d together who are patriots Why. the
onl> Imperialist per se that I know of In
•he I’ntied Btnie* Is Dick Croker. He can
Iseue orders and they are obeyed. Ho can
Isvy tribute and It Is paid."
MeK ISi 1.1.1 HAY <IO (IA STIWr.
An Kflorf win He Made to Have Him
• peak lw the West.
r hl.-ao. Rep# M—lt to porslVe that
Ptesldent McKinley will make several
speeches In the West before the close of
•he present campaign, and to Induce him
•o ptomlse to do ao As one of the objects
• visit which Senator Hanna will m ike
•° Canton, O.
The subject has no! been discussed **-
• rnslvely." Hx f,i vice Chairman I’avne to
day. " but that It would he a wise thing for
Mr. M< Klttley to do ro is beyond question.
~ho people of Chicago were disappointed
•hat be coul l no( visit this city du.lng the
u> R encampment, and be could make .
am n>\% no mor*- gratefully than by otn
ing now or at an early period."
e’enatoi Hanna has made no pub.lc ut
ter an- t- regarding hi* al.t g*<l intent on to
b'lng the Prescient out.
t hairman Johnson, of the Democratic
•Executive Committer, to-day laughed at
•he s.orv that Htchard Orofcer had pledg
ed SIOO,OOO lo the national campaign fund.
far as I know there is nothing at ad
In this talk." he wild
TILLMAN l\ MII.WAIKKE.
Talked tn liriuurrNta on the Subject
Milwaukee, Wl* . Sept 30.-United Btae*
Senator Benjamin H Tillman addressed a
Democratic gathering of 1.&00 persona at
the Bouth Side Turner Hall to-night, con
fining his remark* chiefly to so-called im
pel iwllsm. He was frcquenly applauded.
“One burning question," he said. "I* to
determine whether or not you will retain
a republic to live under or whether you
will set up a mliiPity despotism."
Th* Porto Rican tariff law he character
ized as "a damnable act for which you
will raise up and cull the Republicans to
These people, he said, were promised
that they would receive all the rights and
guarantees that th*- c institution calls for.
but the Republican party has from the
start denied them their rights.
He dwelt at length on the Philippine*
ami ridiculed the statement of Republi
can* that the war was over In these Isl
and* and stated that tn th** fare of such
reports, message* were being sent to
Washington almost dally containing news
of the kiting *f many of our soldiers. He
quoted Admiral Dewvy to lb** effect that
the Khipinos were better able to govern
themselves than the Cuban*, yet the Ou
•on* were given their liberty ami the Fil
ipinos remain slave*
He urged his hearer* to arise above
party and vote for iwiie .ple and liberty;
that they were to -bride whether the con
stitution and th*- tla< go together.
Taking up the a guinent of ‘the full
dinner pall." the shaker told his listen
ers to tell the Republicans that "slave*
heretofore have had full dinner p*lls."
Mr Tillman c!oa and by Inviting the au
dl* nee to vote for Hryan and predicting
flefear of the Republican party in No
ROORRYF.I.T , I FIVE IPELTHBS.
%t Logan, I tab. He hpnke In the
Ogden. Utah. Bept ID.—Gov. Roosevelt
limited the number of his speech** to-day
to five, including the night meeting at
this place. The special train left Poca
tello at ft o’clock tfw* morning, ami ar
rived at Ogden at ft o'clock In the evening,
where a stop was male for the night.
At la>gan. the flrat stop of the day was
made, and here the meeting was held In
the Mormon tabernacle, j mlie from the
station. At Brigham City, Oov. Roose
velt spoke in the open air from the band
AtlHi: PHOIIIAEAT SPEAKEIU.
Will He Heard From ml Meeting of
lleiuacratlr C labs.
Indianapolis. Ind. Sept 20 —Sergeant
at-Artns King, of the National Convention
of Democratic Clubs, to be held here Oct.
% ind I. received to-day from lasts G.
Stevenson. Western representative of the
National Association, n letter announcing
ihni the speakers at the convention will
Include J Hamilton Lewi* of Washing
ton. William J. llrvan. Adlal E Steven
son. Itourke Corknn. Senator George
Wellington, ex-*Sov. Ch turn ey Black of
Pennsylvania, Oapt Patrick O'Ferrell of
Washington. D. C., P. E. Dowe and Au
Will. APEAK NEAH UtrOLf.
Col. Itryan Will Then Go to the
Dakotas and Other Mates.
Lincoln. Neb . Sept. 31 William J
Bryan will spend Friday and Saturday
miking brief speeches In the vicinity of
■Aticoln After three days' rest next week
he will start on Thursday for a tour of the
Dakotas He said to-day that after start
ing to the I'ukotns he will continue hie
work In outside states, not returning to
Nebraska until two or three days before
Stevenson Spoke In 2,000.
XI. Is- ineloro. lit.. Bept. 30 —Hon. Adlai
E. Stevenson. Democratic candidate for
Vice President, addressed about 2.00) peo
ple here yesterday. He confined himself
wholly to Imperialism and trusts.
NATIONAL XII NIIIPAL I. BAG IK.
Several Speeches Made on Interest
Milwaukee. Wls., Sept. 30.—'The National
Municipal League Convention was slow In
Charles Richardson of Philadelphia, vice
president of Ihe league, was the first
-l~aker on to-day.'s programme. "Does
the model charter confer dangerous pow
ers on the mayor?" was the title of hl
Prof. B.xmuel E. Bparllng. of Madison.
Wls., Secretary of the Wisconsin League
of Municipalities, read a paper on "The
Model Charter of Small Cllles "
A feature of the afternoon tension was
n pnper on "The Influence of Public Serv
ice Companies on City Government." by
Rev. Dr. Washington Gladden of Colum
bus. 0.. w bo Is u member of the Columbus
city council. H said In part:
"What are the reasons urged against
public ownership’ They all reduce to
this: II I* difficult, and perhaps danger
ous. Ho II l, bui if It I* our hu*lne*t> we
had heller do It. and tint shirk It nor any
part of It. Public ownership I* no penn
,-e.t; II will leave us battle* lo light and
obstacles to overcome: but the line of
least reslatence to righteous rule lies
through ihe resumption by Ihe people of
thoee function* of noverelgnly which they
have surrender,-! 10 private corporation*.
The pre**tire of the traders and the con
tractors U|(*l lh>- official* would. In the
words of Albert Shaw, be incotnpar tbly
less than that which I* now brought to
leer by the corporation*.' We have now
In all our ettlc* million# of money In the
hand* of prominent ami Influential m-n
who are financially Interested In miintaln
ing weak hr had government, because they
could not obtain from inteLlgenl and hon
est government the kind of fronchlse*
they want. That eotidllion I* abnormal,
and the only ilellverance from It I*
through the munlipa! ownership of public
THE DALY FACTION BOLTED.
Termination of the Democratic Con
vention In Montana.
Helen*. Mont., Sept. 24 —Three state con
vention* met here yesterday, the Demo
cratic. Populist and Labor parties. The
latter two organise,l and adjourned until
to-morrow The Democratic wound up In
the evening by a bolt of etxly-flve. del
egate* The met) who left the convention
are known as the Daly faction.
m aP k Diamond Mine* Closed.
Knoxville. Tcnn.. Dept 20-The mines of
the Black Diamond Coal Company at Coal
Creek are closed, a* the miners ond com
pany have not yet agreed on the -detail*
of the contract for the new year The
SO4 men of the Coal Creek Coal Company
mine are etUI on • ttrlke. They went out
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1000.
GEORGIA’S INSANE ASYLUM.
orrif'Elta HF.HI. ELECTED H \
110 Alt II or THI TKI.
In *e%eral lastancrs Salaries Were
Reduced. Int There Were Warm
i ontestM for the Hnsitions—damnr
ftnrceeda Trnntmnn of qvltman as
tlrsard-b'vrrnl Other hanges.
Legislature Will He Asked for
aifllMKMi for Buildings.
Mtlledgevllle. Oa . Bept 20—The trus
tees of the Btate 8-intltarlum In their
election to-day made several changes tn
the official force at that Institution The
election of officers took up nearly the
whole day. and some of the offices were
warmly contested for.
Mr. Lucius J l.amar was unanimously
elected to fill the office of steward, in th
place of Mr. C. II Troutman, of Quitman,
who was ejected by the preceding hoard
of trustees two years ago. The salary of
the steward was reduced from s2.3(*> to
Mr T R Thornton was elected to fill
the office of apothecary. In the place of
Dr A <. North, who has held the posi
tion for some ten years or more, past The
salary of this office waa reduced from fl,-
itt to $2,300
Dr. E. II Reid of Eztonton. Oa . was
elected to the office of dentist, to succeed
Dr. E. A. Tlgrtor of Atlanta, who wa*
put In charge of that office when It was
established, a year ago
Rev. |>. VV. Brannen |*astor of the
Presbyterian church was elected chaplain.
It being rhe time tinder the rotation eyw
tem for a Presbyterian clergyman to oc
cupy this office
Mr Mi her S Bell cashier of the Mll
ledgevllle Bunk, was elected treasurer, in
the place of Mr M A Mc<Taw of the
Merchants and Farmers Hank This was
one of the most warmly contested Tor
office*, and Mr Hell’s election Is quite a
compliment to him
Mr O W Ifolltnshead wss re-elected
assistant steward. Mr H 8 Jones, secre
tary; Capt. T H. Desausstire. engineer;
Mrs. Inirnelh matron, and Mr. W. H Hun
The hoard of trustees will ask the next
legislature for a apeclal appropriation *f
$150,000 with which to ere*v new building*-
The urgent ne-'essity of this demand will
b* understood when It Is known that there
are now more than 3fft awlbwnt* that
cannot be admitted to the Institution be
cause of iho lack of room to accommo
Trlrpbone and Telegraph t ompanles
Will Likely < inslilns.
New York Bept. JO—ln its forthcoming
issue the Eleotrloal Review will editorial
ly publish this:
"There have been numerous report* of
late concerning the probable amalgama
tion of all the telephone and telegraph
companies of the United BtatH. The K.me
trical Review was recently informal that
rapid iwogres* iva* b# Ing m ule in this
direction by the financial Interests controll
ing the four leading companies These are
the American Telephone and Telegraph
Company, which now Includes the Amer
ican Bell Telephone Company, the Tele
phone, Telegraph and Cahla Company of
America, tha Western Union Telegraph
Company, and the Postal Telegraph and
"It t* predicted by those In position *o
know, that theae Interests will be consol
idated tmo one big company, to be known
as the National Telephone and Telegraph
Company, and that such consolidation will
be accomplished before the mid of the
FR A I I* ORDER is ISM ED.
Arthns ft. Foster on the PnatofHee
Washington. Sept. 20—Th post office
department has Issued a fraud order
against Arthur 8 Foster and Arthur H
Foster and Company of Philadelphia,
dealers In cotton futures, who advertised
to pay sixty per cant per annum on all
money dep, sited with them for Invest
ment The firm attempted recently to se
cure a restraining order In Ihe District
Supreme Court an enjoin the postmaster
from Issuing the order against them The
temporary res talnlng order was dissolved
on Sept 17. and the fraud order waa Is
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
Alan a Few Farts on the Same Sub
We hear mueh nowadays about health
foods anei hygienic living, about vegeta
rianism and many other fads along the
Restaurants may be found In the larger
cities Where no meat, pastry or eoffee Is
served and the food crank Is In hi* glory,
and arguments and theories galore ad
vanced 10 prove lhat meet was never In
tripled for human stomachs, amt almost
make us believe that our sturdy ancestors
who lived four smre years In robust
health on roast href, pork and mutton
must have been grossly Ignorant of the
laws of health.
Our forefathers had other things to do
than formulate theories ahem the fond
they ale. A warm welcome was extended
to any kind from baron to acorns.
A healthy appetite and com moo-sense
are excellent guides to follow In matters
of diet, and a mixed diet of grains, fruits
and meats Is undoubtedly the best.
As compared with grain* and vegeta
bles meat furnt'hc* the most nutriment In
a highly concentrated form and Is diges
ted and I* assimilated more quickly than
vegetable* ami grains.
Dr. Julius Rrmmson on this subject
says: "Nervous person*, people run down
In health and of low vitality should eat !
much and plenty of It. If the digestion !
Is 100 feeble a! first ll may be easily cor
rected by ihe regular uee of Stuart's
I)y*|M‘|>*in Tablet* after eaeh mal Two
of these excellent tablets taken affer din- j
ner will dtgrt several thousand grains of
meal, egg* or other animal food In three
hour*, and no matier how weak the stom
ach may be. no trouble will be experienc
ed If a regular prarilce I* made of using '
Htuart's Dyspepsia Tablet*, because they
supply the pepsin and diastase necessary
lo perfv. t digestion, and every form of !
Indigestion will be overcome by fhelr use 1
Thai large class of people who come j
under the head of nervous dyspeptic* j
should eat plenty of meal and Insure Its |
proper digestion by the dally use of a |
*afe. harmless digestive medicine Ilk*
Htuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, com prated of
the natural digestive principle*, pepsin, 1
diastase, fruit acids and sail*, which ac
tually perform the work of dlge*tlon
Cheap catharltc medicines, masquerading
under the name of dyspepsia cures are
useless for indigestion, a* they hove ab
solutely no effect upon the actual digest
ion of food.
Dyspep*la In all It* many form* I* aim
ply s failure of the atomach to digest
fra*l and the sensible way to solve the
riddle and rure Ihe dyspepsia la fn make
daily use at meal time of a preparation
like Htuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which I*
endorsed by the medical profession and
known to contain active digestive prln- ,
All druggists sell Htuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at Mr for full treatment.
A tittle hooklet on cause and cur* of
stomach trouble mailed free by addressing
F. A. Btuail Cos., Marshall, Mich.
Cures Dandruff, Falling Hair
Brittle , Hair and all Scalp
Troubles, such ns Itching, Eczema
Eruptions,etc. Purely Vegetable,
harmless and reliable.
rrn afttr nil nt/isr rrmtdUn hart faiUd,
or montu rtfumUd
a Banksr writes:
Ti Slmr-on B.nk Coliiml.n. T.i . r.b k IW
fllMllMuiifl: ur. litbwit-*! tot
th. h.ir tL.i I Kmw i—! Rlndli nt, In
tall m( u.ra> 1. ADSI.NH liUtLN
For Sl. by all Drtmsl.t* an.l Barber. Trea
11—• on liair ana Sralp Trtwtble. free on re^ttet-t
A. 1. (tKKKIFH CO., . tilrn C o.
Beware of Imitation*.
The only hair (*r. pa ration admitted tn
I be lan. Kapoeltton
For aala by I.l|>|>man Ilror Columble
Pni On. arid Knlght'a Pharmacy, Hnvnn
THE SliU'S %r T 1,1 lit
1 apt. I ar*. larrim K.rapr Front a
Telia ha raer. Fla, Sept. JO -The
csiunty school tnsrd ha* .trrange<l for th*
>l*enltig of slxt\-seven schools, twenty
nine white and thirty-eight colored. Sev
enty odd mhools will le operated In
county this winter, but for the pre**nt
(here is n lack of leat her*
1 e B*>to county has been bragging about
having nomlnt* *he youngest |>emo rat
for the l*egtsla( ur<. mating his *g at >
R. H. Buford, rwenily iK-mtiiated f*r the
Legialature by ttie Democrats of Calhoun
county, will be the youngest hi*
age leing 23.
Jack Prince. Toltahassee printer, and el
at the residence of his father last night,
after a lingering Illness, of consumption
Jeff A. Davis, the man who waa myste
■ lously shot on Tueaday night. Is still
alive, but very low
Cpt Charley Cay. formerly from 8t-
VHtmah, a sucsessful m and popular naval
stores operator In the Taltabnhsee country,
on Wedneatlay afternoon. t>ok his young
niece* out for a drive He hali<*l tn front
of a drug ator* and ordered cold drinks
Thwre was a rush nt the fountain, and the
Captain alighted to return the giasse*.
laying the lines over rhe dashlmord. A
he received the glasses they raMled, the
hor sew made a dash, he Jum|tfd for the
lines, and scoured them, hut was knocked
\k*wn by the hind wheel, striking him In
the back He held on to the lines, and
was dragged a bait half a block Ills
wotjrht l over 3nu pound*, and he had the
frightened animal checked up as parlies
rushing to the rescue **iz*d them. The
voting ladles t quietly in th* buggy,
bravely appealing to the Capt iln to turn
the lines loose, which he wouWI never do
a* long a* there was life in his body. It
was narrow es.wpe from a frightful c.
cident. nr*) beyond a Iwdly soiled suit,
there was no damage The Captain re
sumed his seat and drove off th" horses
as (hough nothing hid happened.
THE NEWS AT DOt GLAD.
Heat Lewis Shot Himself—Cady Flretl
on From Ambstli.
Douglas. Ga., Sept. 21.—Mr. John Cook
sey of Nichols, was united In marriage to
Mian Dorcas I-ee of Beach on Sunday.
They will make their future home at
Ross I-ewl* accidentily shot himself In
Ihe breast at the rwldettce of Mrs Roof
In Nichole lasi Sunday morning. Inflicting
n very serious wound He may recover.
While on his way home on last Friday
night. Mr. K Cady, who lives near Nich
ols. was shos at from ambush. Fortu
nately no shot took effect, lie had 1399
In his possession. and It Ir thought
that the motive of the would-be **%s*ln
was robbery, at Mr. Cady has nof a
known enemy. It Is though! that suffi
cient evidence will he secured 10 fasten
ihe guilt upon a party suwpected.
''offer county's registrant, consisting of
Messrs. George II Briggs. Joel Gusktn and
Joe Halley, are now revising and correct
ing the voters' lists.
The commissioners have levied Ihe lax
rale for Coffee county, t& 34 for the stale,
and I* JO for county purpose*. making 11
total of IIS W). against sl4 on Ihe for
last year Thin reduction comes with a
new three-story jail to build, now In course
of erection, and s2,<**i of the county fund
needed 10 maintain the misdemeanor con
victs on Ihe public roads.
MEETING OF ODD FELLOW!!.
All Proposed Amendments to f isnstl-
Richmond. Va., Sept. an—At to-day's
session the sovereign grand lodge. I. O
O F., rejected all the propoa and amend
ments to the constitution, one of Ihe most
Important of which was a proposition to
aomlt Into Ihe membership of the order
Indians with onc-elghth white blood in
their veins, and also 10 reduce the age
limit from 21 to IX years
The statement of the question of the
next plact of meeting was deferred until
This afternoon a competdlvr drill of the
Cantona look place in Ihe capital square,
and ihe prises were awarded to-night afier
the hall and concert at the Auditorium as
Class A., Canton Bonne. Lebanon. Ind ,
firs* prise; Canton Wright. Wooster. 0.,
second prlir. Canton Lume. third prlge
Class 8.. canton City of the Strait*. De.
troll, first prtae. Canton Sywcuse, Syra
cuse. N. Y . second prise
The highest prise was *2OO.
NEGRO HTEI'I'ED OFF TRAIN.
Me Fell Forty Feet and Is Nalil to
Macon, S,pt. 20—An unknown negro was
found dying on the Southern Railroad
Hack* to-night at the Central'* crossing
The Indications are lhat he stepped from
u train on (he Central tracks, which are
about forty feet above Ihe place where
he was found, and that he tumbled this
distance landing on hts h. ad He had
|5 In hi* pocket* but nothing by which he
could he Identified He Is al Ihe city hos
A DBMOARAT AFFOIXTKO.
Acting Governor of I tali HAnle a
March yn Gov. Wells.
Bait Lake. I'lah. Hep! 24—While Gov.
Well* and Secretary of Stale Hammond
were In Idaho last night to meet Gov
Roosevelt and escort him to thl* city,
Judie O XV Powers of Halt Lake, a
Democrat. wa ap; olnted I’nlted Stole*
senator to n:l tie existing vacancy The
appolmmenl was made by the president
of the sens>e. who I* acting governor,
according to the constitution.
Lla'rritool t'nfton Matlatlr*.
Liverpool. H*>f>l 21— Weekly cotton sta
tistics: Total sale* of all klnels. 2Y*i
linle* Total sale* American. 14.404 Eng
lish spinner* taking*. 27J. Total export,
4.40): Import of all Hind* 25.40): Import,
American, 13.00. Htrerk of all kinds. 142.-
400, stock. American. lOS.ttOn Quantity
afloat, all kind*, 59.h4; quantity afloat,
American. AB.OOt' Total sale* on specula
tion, 4A>, total sale* to vxportgrs, 2,jtyi.
TO EXTERMINATE BOXERS.
(Contlnuel from First Page )
fate mi*>lanaDes unacmintrsl for in <Til
IJ. sis** condltkvn mission property West
Hhin Tung Now ropliw* no foreigners
Pan Ting Fit. other* escaped, hi ling
places unknown. tmiMMslble sm ertaln
whereabouts lm|>erlal relict ordering civil
military al* Chi LI exterminate Box
ers now issued. All property Intact e*
coptlng I.ln Chlng mi iori. American
ird which I* (tovernor ar
rived. rk)ler* dismissed by head officials.
From other sources to- lav barn governor
issued orders throughout province to ex
terminate Boxer* Fowler."
MAIIAt NKII fi.ooo C HIM:ML
Horrible klawgbter !• Ascribed to
•4 u*slan Troop*
hve been received h*re." save the Mo*,
cow correspondent of the Htandard." of a
h< rrlhle massacre at Blagevestchensk.
which was undoubtedly earned out un
der direct otder* from the Russian au
thorities and which then let loose the
tide of slaughter through Amur.
"The entire Chinese population of ft flue
souls was e*oored out of towrn to n spot
five mile* up the Amur and thn being led
in batches of a f.*w hundreds to the
river bank, was ordered to rroaw the river
to the Chinese side. No boats were pro
vided and the river is a mile wide The
Chines*- were flung alive Into the stream
and were stabbed or shot at the least re
-•stance, while Russian volunteers who
lineal Ihe bank, clubbed or shot any who
attempted to land Not one escaped alive
The river hank for mile* was stream with
OBRM4NY DOESN'T CREDIT IT.
Dlakelleves Report That We Will
NeJeet Her Proposal.
Berlin. Brpt Jf The report, coming by
wwy of London, that tho United Btate*
nod refused to •-.k to the proposal of
Germany to |Mi*tpone pet* e negotiation*
with China until those responsible for the
outrages at I’ekln had been deltvereJ up
to the allies and punished, wras received
with Incredulity In German official cir
"The foreign office." s**id m official to
day, "regards the wh da thing as a news
The Vnsslsche Zettung says:
"It sound* absolutely Incredible that
Aroerb a. before seeing the changed form
of the proposition, has already declared
that she will not accept any form f>oa
Washington w sit to leave unpunish
ed the author* of crimes and
offen*** against the laws of na
tions? Does the state department
believe that American Interests wrlll he
served best in the future by weakly
throwing a veil of forgetfulness over
Atrocities of which many American •Ri
sen* were the victims? In a case like
this a civilised state cannot content Itself
with a money Indemnity. The pangs and
lalns of American missionaries, tort ureal
to death, cannot he valued In taels. The
gentlem-n In the state department can. at
any rale, comfort themselves with the
thought that theli attitude agrees with
that of the men selected by the Chinese
government as peace negotiators.*'
ATTACK ON I’Ll-TANG FORTH.
Force That Went Out tin Ike Expe
dition From Tien Tsln.
Copyright. 19V. the Asaorluted Tress.
Tien Tsln, Bept Is, via Bhanghwt. Bept
30 —Two thousand six hundred Germane
left Tien Tsln to-dny to Join a force form
ing In the neighborhood of Taku. already'
composed of AW Russians, l.ftno Germans
fid other foreign troop*, the intention
being to attack the Heft-Tang forts to
morrow t daybreak.
The Amerb'on postal arrangements are
completed for Tien Tsln. Branch offices
have been opened at the different point*
where the Untied States troops are sta
tioned. and the service will be carried as
sdOh a* possible to Pekin.
still after the hoikm.
Allied Forres Are Making Expedi
tious Outside of Pekin.
(Copyright, 1900, by the Associated Press
Pekin. Sept IS. via Taku, Bepl. 20—Gen.
James II Wilson, with 900 Americans and
SO) British iroops and etx guns, marched
westward to-day, and Ihe Germans will
move 10-morrow to co-operate In taking
Pel Tu Chu. where the enemy Is supposed
to be In large force The American com
mander will attack from the west and the
Germans from the east Gen Wilson will
then take Ihe Han Hal Tien (Ban Kla
Possibly thl will be the last hlg sx
pedltlon as Ir Is understood that the
British and Am'rlrana will abandon the
former plan of pyllce campaign and will
|>r par, for the evacuation of Pekin
The British have countermanded the or
der for winter clothing, and It Is reported
will fall hack to Wei Hal W’el The tier
man l< gallon Is expect, and to withdraw Fri
day. Hept 21 and It Is generally reported
lhat <h>- Americans will withdraw, hut
Gen Chaffee refuses to confirm the ru
E AH!. LI GOING TO PEKIN.
Me Tenders Is Hla Thnnkr Throuuh
Warhtngton. Sept. 3)—Admiral Ctownln
shleld. chlrf of the bureau of navigation,
and acting secretary of Ihe navy, has
received the following cablegram from
"Taku. Sept. 19— 1 have called upon LI
Hung Fhang officially. Arrived Sept 19
In a merchant ve#el. He will proceed at
ones to Pekin He desires that I tender
hi* sincere thanks for the consideration
he ha* recelv, and from lha United Btatas
DECLINED 111 991 AN PL AN.
England Thinks Ihe I stir's Prop,Hai
ti ti 1* Is Inexpedient.
London. Sept 24.—1 t waa explained to
day at the British foreign office that "It
was found Inexpedient for the Powers to
accept the Russian withdrawal proposal,"
as they had rellalda Informntion that "the
Boxers were ready to reoccupy Pekin aa
soon as the allies retired.”
FODTOFFIA'K AT TIEN THIS.
Mall Will Be Forwarded hy Every
Washington. Sept. 34.—Information re
ceived at the poatoftlce department to-
dav Indicates that a United Btate* post
office lias been opened at Tien Tsln.
China The following cable correspond
ence. exchanged to day. Is self-explana
"Taku. Bept 30.—Postmaster General
Washington Office opened at Tien Tsln.
Bept 17 Detailed ('larke. Tontku. Pekin.
Requests premission to sent mail to
stales, first available steamer Very im
portant should have r*ply at once.
"II M lbblnson
"Director of Hosts.**
Washington. Bept Jf -Director of Posts.
Taku, China Forward msll by every
available steamrr at lowest obtainable
rate*, to be paid from military appropri
ation. Charles Emory Hmith
PLANS TO *L( I 11$. m rrUEA.
Americana and llrltlah Seat tn Cap
tsrr au Araenal.
(Copyright. 18. the Associated Press )
Pekin. H* pt 15, via Taku. Kept Ift.—Ac
tive military operations are about to b*
r**sunud with a view of insuring coal and
food supplies, opening the northern loss
es and restoring trade.
Gen Chaffer and Gen. Barrow, second
In command of the British troops, held
a conference to-day and de | ted to die
patch an Anglo-American column. I.3<w
strong to Ban Hal Tien, under Gen
Janus* H Wilson, capture the arsenal
there and disperse the Boxers.
The column which will leave to-mor
rrw will Include two tabalion* of the
Ninth United Bate* Infantry. i detach
ment of the Fourteenth Unite! Btate*
Infantry. W® British and four guns
At the conference It was decl<sed to
ask the <toiman* lo snd a column west -
ward to dt*i>er*e the Boxers and to ra
ptor** normal conditions
Ttu* Japanese and French are operating
to the northeast of IVktn
The sale of loot belonging 0 the Ameri
can* has beftin Grn Chaffee a’ first
proposed to burn It. but finally decided
that It would be belter to feed the hun
i HIND Will MU TO EARL LL
Assures Him He \% 111 He HriMerled
b the Foreigners.
Yokohama. Bept 20 Tie* Jaiwinese war
office baa received thr following front
Gen Yamaguchl. dated Pekin, Be|d. Ift;
"f4lncw < 'hlng sent to Id Hung ( hong
this telegram to await him at Tien Tsln
" Received your telegram You will be
protected by the foreign power* There
fore. proceed to Pekin Immediately.’
Hnsalan* Are hoi Leaving.
1 it don Kept 21.—The Pekin correspon
dent of the Dally Express, writing Bept
12. averts that the Russian troops are
not leaving British headquarters he
adds, had been informed that tha Russians
had left, but the statement was untrue,
the fact being that the Russians have
been relnfotced and made m claim for
more extended quarter* In Pekin.
Southern Viceroy's Aoeepf able.
Berlin. Bept. 3b.~ Referring to the np
pnlnrment of tvo of the southern viceroys
as advisory peace commissioners the Ger
man foreign office said to-day that these
fmufiianarlea were more friendly to for
eicners rbwn the northern and central
vberovs. and were hence acceptable to
G*rman> wnd preeumaMy toother P>wrr*
Germany AAnwts Forts Drsttetrd.
Berlin. Bpi >—lt Is reported on trust
worthy authority In Shargha*. say# s dla
jwteh 10 the Lokal Anselger. that Ger
many will insist upen the destruction of
the Chinese roast defenses and the Yang
tre forts a* a condition of her entrance
upon peace negotiations
Berlin. Hep* Jo -The Freteetnnlgc 7,et
tung. referring to Count von Waklersee *
ei|e,*ted arrival at Shanghai 10-morrow,
where he will stay several hours to wtt
nWM a parade of foreign troops hekl In
his honor, calls ihe Incident a "new edi
tion of Waldersee noneett.se
PATENT MEDICINE PRICKS.
Druggists t'ntte In Determine lion to
Chicago. Sept 20.—The Proprietary As
sociation of America untied with the
Wholesale Druggleia' Association. Ihe Na
tional Retail Druggists' Association, and
lha Amerliwn Pharmaceutical Association
yesterday, In a close agreement to uphold
the retail of proprietary medicine* nod
drugs. Asa result of this action, all
proprietary medicines will be put upon
the market at the prices listed, and not
at a reduction of from 24 to AO per cent.,
ns deioirtment stores and distributing con
cerns are In the habit of doing
The Committee on Adulterations made
a report which caused something of a stir
Instances of adulteration were given as
Home olive oD. branded with Imported
label*, Is rollon seed oil extract manufac
tured In Eastern cities, coal dust
Is palmed off as powdered antimony Ho la
Is su!*lllutf-d for liorns. Eneeniial oil*
In a pure stale are almost unknown to
Ihe market, and practically rannot he ob
tained H was the unanimous sentiment
that proper labels a swell aa purity should
he Insisted upon. and Ihe Bioiu* pure
fond and drug hfll Introduced info Con
gtess last session should be passed
I'ADIIEN HIIX ALGERIA STAKES.
Summaries nf the Day's Ksenia on
Ihe Gravesend Track.
New York. Dept. 20-The chief even! at
Gravesend tn-day was the Algeria stake*
for two-year-olds, with se ling weights. In
which Telamon was a hot favorite. Colonel
Padden Jumped to the front at Ihe fall
of Ihe flag and was never headed, winning
First Itaets—Five and a half fur tones.
Elisabeth M . 10 to 1. won. with King
Pepper. 7 to I and A lo 2. second, apd
Htnfl. 13 to I, third Time 1:07 2-5.
He ond Race—One and an eighth mllee,
selling. Bangor. 6 lo I, won. with The
Amaaon. 9 to 2 and out, second, and Al
alke, 910 5. third Time 1:54 4-5.
Third Har. lilt- In .„k sleepAechase. two
and a half miles. Ptalo. 13 10 5, won. with
West Own. 13 to I and 9 lo 1, second, and
Pertnn. 9 to 1, third. Time AM
Fourth Race—Algeria, celling, five fur
long* Colonel Padden. &lo 1, won. with
Kimberly. 2n to I and 9 to 1, eecond, ond
HCreech. 7 10 1. third. Time |IA
Fifth Race—One mile and aevemy yard*.
Brigadier. 7 to 14. won. wllh Katnira. &
to 1 ami 4 to 3. second, and Star Bright.
Uto 1, third Time Itt 3-8
Sixth Kace— About six furiongt. Kitch
ener, & lo 1. won, with Sadduccee. t to 3
and 1 to 2. second, and Pupil, 3 to 1, third.
Tie ordeal Is Trying
Childbearing is a perfectly natural func- ffTjßPpak'Ce '
tkm, but It is 7
is known. This uniaue liniment, applied 'Jafelfci
externally, relaxes all the muscles, so that atsdf™
me Ordeal Is fassj
TRKR*mXOHK*.tL*TORCO.. Atlanta. Cos. sod (Hi.. ooUtai Do*.
MASS MEETING WAS A MOB.
Aittiwr* mown Howi.r.n dowi
HrrtlM < allrd to Ktrat m lira Cm,.
mltlrr and Arraaa- fnr a Art-r-A
Kallar—F.Aort Waa Wad- tn f arrf
Hi- I mad far Harar, bat Ibn
Phlalir M*a Woald Aat Ha— If
That W >— Adloarard W'Mboal Or.
Auduata, H-pt in —Th- maw mr-ttnff
al Ihr court hnuaa tn-nlcht, after h-wt
tna lean all who tr!*d lo ap-ak, and
k--iinK up a 'o<l naiurrd pand-monlum for
thr-- hour,, adjourned without action of
any kind, until now: Tu-aday ntht,
Th- nt—time waa callod by tha whlto
pitm.iry -x-cutlvr commit:-# to r—tra
th- raalttmitlon* of thr pr-amt commlttaa,
rl.ct a n-w .-ommltt—. and arranfc for
th- n-rrrt ballot at thr primary.
ti happen* that thr prrarnt chairman
of thr Primary Earcutlv- f'ommlttrr, la
l>. C. Ilaynr, a canrlldatr for mayor, and
It la rharg-d hy Itir Phlntay mrn that Mr.
Hayno and hia frl-nd* *ouaht to makn
to-ntght'* ma*a mrntna a trlllna card, by
11 n a Ilaynr chairman and declaring
for ah# #rcrrt ballot, which I# chant*
ptnnrd by th# Haynr ldr Th# Hayn#
mrn wanted ra mayor. J H Alnaandrr
for chairman of to-nlirhra meatlng. and
the Phlntay m-n arlactad councilman
Thoma* Mnrrrtt. Jr.
Thr meetut* waa *o tarar. It could not
tie held Indoor# and waa called to order
In the Court Houaa yard, the *prak-ra
occupying the front *trp- The meeting
never orannlaed Harrell and Ale*nd-r
were pia, In nomination. hiul Pr-.ldent
Haynr thought Aleaarxler waa elected bv
the viva vo>e vote. A divlaion wa* nall
ol, and over thl# the crowd continued to
cheer in,l jeer and laugh ilown all ech-mea
for taklnK the count M-ar Hayna.
W H jtarrett. Jr., Thoma# Barrett. Aa
hury Hull and oth-ra tried In vain to
*|e-Hh and aacura order and quirt, but tha
crowd wouldn't have It and at a late hour
adjourned without organisation having
been effected, until neat Tu-aday night
In the meantime. It |* ripened that tha
leader# will g-t together from both *lda
and agree upi n a non-part)#an meeting.
■ whi'ne aril m *hall not have either Phlnt
ay or Havne I anlng*
Thr crowd to.night wa* generally good
humor-d, and though aotne people went
there -ape. ting trouble, none am#e It
wa# >lmp!y a yelling match In which both
#lde wer - #o d-termln-d that neither waa
able to claim the anion of the meal
ing a- having hern an Indorsement of tho
Th-ra wa* !►> oppo#lt|nn to th# #cr#t
tiallot In th- primary which It wa# pro
posed to provide for at to-night'# meeting.
Whip- the Ilaynr men are generally un
derstood championing the aecret bal
lot. there ar# mm. Havne men who op
poae It, and #m- I‘hlnlgy men who favor
HEM I TS ON THE DIAMOND.
New Yorks Rent Ike t haanplons In m
New York. Bett. J 4 —The New Yorks
heal the champions In a tan-Inntng gams
this afternoon. It was an Interesting one,
both pitcher* doing good work Attend
ance. MO Score.
Brooklyn 000444244 4-3 I 1
New York .4 40441444 1-1 14 1
Batteries Kltson and McGuire, Taylor
Boston Rent Philadelphia.
Boston. B<|>t 20 —The Philadelphia In-
Del I went In pieces In the second Inning
10-day. making four errors which netted
Boston three runs Attendance, 130.
R H E
Boston ...,,..0 3 1 0 0 4 1 0 X -3 8 1
Philadelphia .0 0004101 4-2 93
Batteries: Lewis and Sullivan; Orth and
Pittsburg XA'nn Handily.
Pittsburg. Sept. 20—The Pittsburg club
celebrated their return home from tha
most sti.-c, ssful Eastern trip In Ihe his
tory of the club by easily defeating Dl.
Louis Attendance, 4,100. Score:
R H E.
Pittsburg 1 1 0 4 33 1 x-14 13 3
St l-oul* 0 4440404—A 11 1
li.it teile* Tannehlll and Zimmer; Pow
ell and Robinson
B4JCIETY AA AH H ARD MIT.
W hat I npabllshed Notea of a Report
From tha Philadelphia Record.
Galveston. Teg., Sept. 14.—The society
columns of the Galveston New* to-day
tell the story of the storm horror In a now
and pathetlo way. What the society re
porter wrote for the paper a week ago
twhlch had not been published) was to
day printed with a paragraph added to
each Item In parenthesis, telling what
fate was visited by the great disaster
upon the person* mentioned.
The society reporter had Just prepared
her copy for the paper when the storm
broke. She escaped Ihe Rood, but returned
home to find tha water-einlned and torn
manuscript written a week before,
One Item printed to-day. told In detail
of a picnic at the Catholic Orphan Homo
ground* the night before the disaster al
which all the younger members of society
were present. Added In parenthesis was
this: 'The spot now makes one shudder.
Ninety people were lost from that one
Another Item ran that "Mr. and Mrs.
W F Beers leave this week for New
York city, where Mr Beers will resume
hi* law course at Columbia." In paren
thesis it I* added that the Beer* house
has been converted Into a hospital.
Another Hem tells of a gay tally-ho
party to Teehman'a, on the beach, the
night before ihe storm; the addition. In
IMi rent heals, said that not a algn of Tsch
man's was left ond lhat many of the
guests of Ihe parly were swept to death
by the storm.
There was ihe story of a dance on Fri
day nlghi nt the palatial Lohlt House,
and the addition told of the awful scent*
on Ihe night following, when slgty terri
fied people sought shelter In the same
Another Item says lhat Mr Edward
Ketrhum remmd from Chicago Tues
day. and ad'le "Returned to prove him
self a faithful soldier of humanity."
—Ledv (engaging new housemaid)—
"Daphne? That la much too romantic •
name, with young men In Ihe house- I
suppose you would not object to he called
by your surname?" Applicant—"Oh, no.
ma'am. In fact, I'm quite used lo It.”
Ledy—^"Whet l* your surname?" Appli
cant —"Darling."—Glasgow Evening Times.