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MILITARY LAW IN TIEN TSIN.
LA*U U ■■VASTATtEO AND 111 IN ||
Unitisii* nnd Japanese I'rrdomlaafe.
How the Troop* Arr quartered,
toirrliana H*f All Behaved Wrll,
l>n Native lilldrrn or Uouirn
Are Arm—Food of All Kind* I*
Scarce—Ttoere I* Apprrbrmlu* of
Cori'-spondende of the AMocl**d Press
Tim T*ln. Aug. 86.—Military law (till
prevail* in Tlcn Trtn and th* city ht*
*. y*< made no rltorl to recover from the
terrible (hock which It experienced.
Everywhere I* ruin. Th# land M devas
tated, village* wiped out. crop* comman
deered or destroyed and the native* either
hiding or killed It would lake a wl*e crow
to fly down th* valley of the Pel-110 with
out carrying It* rations. Nothing la left
of tht* once populoua and flourishing re
gion save roofleea huts, fallen wall* and
"Vastated gardens. No sign of life I*
t,. be seen outside the city except th*
• -altered outpost*, and within th* walla
there Is only aoldlery.
Mere th# Russians and Japanese pre
dominate. No one know* th* total
strength of either force, but they run In
to the thousand*. Skirting the river on
e t her hank, the Rueelan camps dot the
mntry, th* Russian flag flies from the
illway station* and Russian troops are
onttnually passing the roads, either mov
ie towards Pekin or establishing ad
vanced outposts There are both Cos
sacks and foot soldiers, and all fin* look
ing fellow*, making a splendid ahow In
their whits blouses and black trousers
in ked Into top boots. Next In number
are the Japanese, and here again not even
a rough estimate can be mail* of their
strength. They appear, regiment after
regiment, and as fast as one consignment
arrive* from Taku, those stationed here
are pushed forward. The Ormans ro
also active and are not slow In getting
them In and to th* front. Meanwhile the
American and British force* are quiescent
In ramp, and do not seem Inclined to
pres* matters now that the legations are
Ale. The American force* are camped
In the extreme eastern portion of the city,
on a flat lying along the south hank of
the river ami are. With th* exception of
some Russian troops, the only force liv
ing under tents The other forces are
'Hiartered In buildings In the foreign con
< salon. Col. Mohl, of the Fifteenth ln
tantry", la the ranking officer In the ab
i-rnre of flen. Chaffee, and his headuuar
icr* are in the home of a wealthy China
man. who was also an undertaker. The
■sr. one-story structure, full of quaint
> ourta and passages, was full of coffin*
when the Americans took po-es*ion and
in on* courtyard were a number of bodies
■ t wealthy Chinese, Inclosed In hand
me lacquered caskets Here also Is
(he headquarters of the commissary end
■ t inrtermaater'* officers. On two aides of
the building lie the camp of Ihe Amerl
m ermy. while the river, yellow and
ligglsh. winds along the north of it It
not an Ideal camping ground. The tree
■ plain la Inches deep In dust; there
- no vestige of shade, and all the water
must be carried same distance to the
imp. The sun beats down pitilessly,
>,en so late In the season as this, and
the mosquitoes are a plague.
The Marine Corpa ha* fared better. Like
•h- Europeans and English troops the
a soldiers are quartered tn airy, com
<■ r able buildings in Ihe English conces
sions. The men occupy several large
structures with h‘g court* or compounds.
wt.de the otfle -r ate quartered In a se
ries of private residence* In Victoria Ter
ri* The Americans are kept pretty
c ova to camp, and there ls very little at
t mpt at fiaternixtng wl h the other arm
l s In fact, it Is almost preyented entlre-
I by the Inability of the vara Us forces to
• mmunlcste. riactlcally none of the for
eigners know any English, and Ihe battal
t n of Welh i'uslllers ate about the
• lily comrades the M uecoa;* can And. On
the whole, the nations keep pretty well to
ihttnselves, noticeably so In the case of
tie Russians. wh> ore seldom seen tn
mi any with any other nailonallty.
The American-, without exception, are
behaving splendidly, and their officer*
have been much compliment'd on the dls
cip me and (tolice of the force. No grave
charges have ten brought against them
and In the loot they do not s-'cm to have
h. en |n th.‘ same class with
th.. others. especially the Itus
f in*. Many grave stories ere told
of the cruelty and ruthh-ssne*** of the
tj: sacks during the lighting, but It Is nat
"tady Impossible to aubsiantlate them at
t .i- late day. An English resident found
..me Cossacks, or oilier Ru.-slans. loot -
leg Ida office, lie snatched the shoulder
ornament from one of them, refwried to
the Russian flagship, and a few days ht
*r the unfortunate offend* r was swung
from the yardarm. Here tn Tien Tsln an
American found a party of Hussion sol-
Uiers looting his house, 110 followed them
up, and meeting the Itus an i ommander,
-fated his grievance. The men were lined
up along ihe street and searched and con*
luerable silver bcougt t to light. M Ith
■ tit the cumbers 'me formality o.* a court
ni it tlal. six of the offenders were placed
g ilnet a wall, and shot to death.
However, who ever did the looting, did
I thoroughly, fer of the many beautiful
i lencea In ihe foreign cvnceaaloo. few
eaped. while the na’lve city was
I hlg shells from the forts swept
U w n the Victoria road, flew over the river
mid left devastation tn their path. Grim.
*1 -elite, blackened wills are all that ls
lift of his once beautiful section. They
li Is Impossible to convey an idea of the
um* in ihe native city. The thatched
roofs burned ttercely and the mud walls
tilvered st the Impact of the shells.
Probably no accurate estimate of the 10-
• t life in this densely populated section
will ever tie made. A curious fact Is that
• unlive child or woman Is seldom seen
•v. n yet. The Chinese say they were
killed, but the resident foreigners believe
they are either hidden In the native city
or have been sent to the country.
of cooley lohor there Is no scarcity. The
word has gone forth tht the foreigners
will employ them and the supply far ex -
eel., the demand. The wages rang- from
rnts (Mexican) to 33', cents (Mexican)
l-er day, the latter price being paid by the
AmerlcanS, who also give each cooley two
pound* of rice a day. All ordinary occu
b itlona sre suspended, of course, and be
nd what the native* derive from their
lair for the forces of occupation, they
hare no mean* of subsistence.
Naturally food of all kinds I* scarce. A
l fie produce la finding Its way Into the
V, some sheep have arrived and poultry
ci he occasionally had, but the fare at
t I* hard, and everything Is at war
< e prices. The trooi*. however, are
Inc w II on camp rations of which the
A -er.ear.s have an abundance. A sp.en
’> y slocked commissary dc|iol t being
iblt*h*d here under comand of MaJ.
1 rh rinllngher. ehlef commltHwry ofli cr.
the river Is lined with lighter- bring
'' provisions up from Taku. It Is under
"<><l here that the American hasc la •
• -•nhllshed for the winter at Tong-Ku.
h ha* fairly deep water. MaJ Oalla
• ,i r has also establl-hed a sales store,
v ‘sre luxuries d.f alt kinds are pur-'hva
"Me, including finned frubs. mineral wat
■r armed meals and venerable* and *•>-
• •■ CO The Store Hr llherallv patronis'd by
1 *'* oflteer* and men. There Is absolute
-1 no suffering among the troop* except
Pom the heal, and Ihl* I* now sonie
*htt relieved by the cool night*,
forces are enjoying exceptionally good
Hands delicately moulded and daintily
white are among the chief of woman'a
charms. V. hen such hands arc marred
by eruptions, their very beauty draws
attention to the repulsive disease. Hu
mors which break out on the body he-
| — i . gin in the blood.
I and salves
_#| may cover up a hu-
Wm not but they can’t
W*- cure il There is a
p,_f cure for salt-rheum
fc/ jTJ and other eruptive
Rjjg and <iiseaaea, causer] by
FsSl “ corrupt 'condition
E*# HejJ of the blood I>r.
F “ ,< ’ rce ’ Golden
1 Medical IJiaroverv
cure# these diseases
fwgnel M3 manentfy. It came*
~ _ A- y j off the poisons which
Jr il cause disease It
® 1 makes the blood
jVwjl pure and rich. It
P lncrMsr s thr quanti-
tv of the blood aup
tjCj ply h> increasing the
/// /' Jr V' .A action of the mood
'// Wr, /9xvJ ma ' tin K If'ands. It
7 f i A makes the akin white
f and clear by making
the blood pure.
rhacovery" contains no alcohol, whisky
or other intoxicant.
•I write to tell yon the beseflt t have received
from vrar •' .old--. Medical riHcovery.' alter
having •offered for three years with veil rheum. •
write* Mm Bertha Peters, of Lain. Monroe Cos
Mich -The humor vu on my hand*, and I
hsd been treated by oor home phroctan who
did not help me After I began the uac of Dr
Pierce* Golden Sled teal IHacoeery I took eeven
teat lea and can now aay with pleasure that 1
am cured Nobody know* the Intense pain t
have suffered ! could not sleep at night, the
slinging, burning, and itching sensation would
fa* an bad, sometimes I could hardly bear it. 1
thank yon for your kind advice -
Dr. Iherce'a rieaaant Pellets assist the
action of the " Discovery ” when there
health, eh* hospital* are not overcrowed,
end with systematic communication with
Taku an<l Tong Ku. and rorsiintly arriv
ing supplies, the physical situation at Tten
Tsln Is excellent.
Strenuous efforts here been made lo put
*h city In a sanitary .onrllllon. mid they
have partially succeeded. However. It is
more than the work of a month to undo
Ihe work of ikiv*. l-lme by ihe inn Is
being used In courts, alley* and gueier*.
oral Ihe surfs, e drain* which line the
* urhs nr* kept cleaned out and free.
Nevertheless. European residents agree
•hat the nearness of frost Is * thing to
he thankful for. Huge sea- kn of rotting
rice and tons of burned and decomposing
sugar All the region of Ihe river front
with an unhealthy ond terrible stench,
while the ruins of the Chinese city are
almrat lmpa-sahl* because of vile odors
in the heat of the dev. A Chinese pro
visional government ho* been **nh!lshed
over the native city, administered by
American* and Europeans. A |iollce
force, native and foreign, ts In woiklng
order, aid system I* being gradually
evolved out of fhe chaos. The foreign
city ls efllrlrnfly policed by troops, and
perfect order Is maintained. At every
corner 1* a sentry, while guards and pa.
irols are constantly nfoo* night and day.
The foreign resclenle are gradually re
turning to And their homes either destroy
ed or occupied by thq allied force*, and
It Is expected that on attempt soon will
he made *o fix compensation for occupa
tion. and use of such property. The resi
dents accept ihe situation philosophically,
and there Is apparently no conflict with
th* military authorities.
That It will be many months before the
rehabilitation of Tien Tsln lt< begun. Is
a certainty. That It will ever be restored
to Its once lieaiittful proportion#. I*
douleful. The slow work of years was
destroyed In a week Reau'lful villas,
superb residence*, once handsome ground
are hut wreck ond ruin, and the hot
hreaih of war has blasted the I’le-Ho val
ley from I’ekln lo the Gulf or Take.
Tien Tsln. China. Aug. 81.—General ap
prehension si* felt here of a famine
when Ihe cold weather sets In Foreign
, resident* of Tien Tain do not herliste to
predict terrible suffering among the na
tives and military men who leave linked
into conditions In the I’el-Ho valley are
Inclined to believe that the fear of a fa
mine Is well founded. Already there Is
considerable suffering, although fresh pro
duce is i-omtng In slowly, and whal the
result will 1* when frost puls an end to
vegetation Is not difficult lo foroee. Rice,
the great staple of t'hlna Is no longer In
the market this far north. Every eick
of the while grain has been commandeer
ed or purchased by the allies, and the na
tives. thus unable to buy It. must ile|ien.|
on the charity of the force* The supply
on hand Is none too plentiful. It Is pr.ic
tlcally lm|K>**ll)le to even roughly esti
mate the quantity hut It Is stated to tu>
considerably lose than normal. I .ua ly
at this season the river Is crowded with
vessels bringing Ihe winter’* supply of
rice from the South, but now every avail
able craft la In the service of the fori***,
transporting supplies and materials, con
sequently there Is little chance that any
■ onslderable quantity of rice 'n arrive
between now and the freexlng of the river.
The situation Is concled to Is* very crit
ical. and the outlook Is for gr*at loss of
life. At best, the mfltary authorities,
even with a systematic dlstrlbullon of
food and acting In concert, could relieve
only a tithe of the people, and no such ar
rangement or agreement ts prohatde. At
best transportation In the winter Is a dif
ficult matter, and every resource* will be
taxed to provide for the big armv whl h
will he scattered from the coast at T ikn
up to I’ekln Th* army must lie fed.
and fed il will Is while the natives will
starve. Every nntlon la rushing In sup
plies. there Is not an available boat hut
is pressed Into service, ami even now the
lack of bottom- Is a serious one. By Dec.
I the I’el-110 river will be frozen as we,l as
ihe Gulf of Taku. on w hich Ice forne. fer
ten or rwelve miles out. and superhuman
efforis are l>ii>g made to take advantage
of th* remaining week i of autumn.
There has already been some Informal dis
cussion as to the means of keeping com
munication by water o|x n after In- forms,
with the result that there Is a tentative
understanding that the Russian force will
bring in l~ ** J h * h ,”* v> ,
prevent any great thickness of Ice In th
*:„|r. and it Is believed that with a suit
„n|t. vessel a channel can be easily kept
clear to Tong-Ku, Hi* railway terminal.
The river Is a most serious matter and
I, | no: likely that any attempt will e
n-adc.okc.pl. free. In this way -he rail
_,v will lx* laxe.l to ll* utm.r.t capacity.
All Ihe governments are employing na-
freely, hut the supply Is . far
in excess of the .ternHnds that the per
cenfaV W '“ ,hl *' T tn '
v.d to live through the winter la 4-
?rimlv amall. The belief Is *>.•,•! that
starvation cannot be avoided at this late
and even the most conservative for
residents all conversant with <on-
Itnion- admit that the coming winter will
£7terrlble one In the Tlcn Tdn coon
try. m t _ i
„okk* t oil w
To Fine I- Tbl*
Drxlngton. Ky.. *- T “ r^
jTsoll to A P- Ileimee. Hoboken. N
J two fine horse* fox the person.l use
Of' Count von WskVrsee eommanier-ln
rhlef of the German forrio In
They were Ch*?*yrka by rhesterdsr*. and
Eureka, and Craoeeua. out of th* dam of
IB* celebrated On Tim*. They will be
shipped next Monday o Bun Fraoctaco,
thence to Hun# Koag
THE MORNING NEWS: SI N DAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1900.
HANNA TO THE TRAVELERS.
(Continued from Firat Page )
tha club, read the following latter from
"My Dear Hlr: I have received your I*-
idr of the 21st lent., telling of the work
tn which you ere engaged and send cor
dial greetinga to you and th# members of
"Plea*- accept my thank* for your
kindly expressions of good will which ore
much appreciated Sincerely yours.
William McKinley ”
Senator Hanna's speech consumed twen
In the ourwe of his remark*. Mr. Hanna
"This tr Ihe business men’s campaign
It 1s for >oir Interest, for th* Interest
of th* t'nlted mates, to try and make a
su- esa of the present fight. Every In
telligent man knows on which side his
bread Is butter*-!,
"During th# last eight years wa have
hod the iesi opporranttles to decide upon
thee* et-nnofmc questions From 11*2 to
Utsa the Iremncrattr party was In power,
and wo saw tires go out In tns factories,
w-e mw i lie men In ihs street* and wa
know what that It
’ Since ( hi- admlnlsfration ha* been tn
chnrge of the government It haa been one
steady march of prosperity. It ha* placed
u in rhe front rank of naltana. Thera Is
r> limit to the development of our coun
try, and the txvilcv of the present admin
lat rollon is the best guarantee of tbts
"Rrush aside all the collateral Issue#
meant to deceive you and make you for
get hut the one Issue Is proapertty, and
the one fact that you fight for. your
home, for bread and butter, for your chil
dren. and for condition* that shall mean
ro more soup houses All men are equally
workers Without 00-oneratlon between
Ihe, workers with the hand and the work
er- with the brain, success Is Imnossthia.
\\ hen Hryan. or any other demagogue
tries to Introduce that pernicious doctrine
of elass. he Is n enemy to mankind end
an en*-mv tn the country No such thing
a* cla-s can exist under the Republic of
the I'nited Slates. Every man can achieve
all he Is ntt*d for
"Most of the great enterprise* of the
country to-day are managed by men who
started at the forge or In the shop and
rose by their own Industry and applica
tion Any man who seek- to divide the
intei-sta of capital ond the workingman
which are Identical, Is asserting • doc
trine that makes agalrst his country.
"The Issue of thle fight Is more Import
ant than It was tn I*9;, because we have
found w* were right then and have risen
In the scale of our own estimation and In
the eyas of ihe world and In huslnees con
fidence. If we fall, we have farther to
HOOIEITI.T IN K ANNAN CITY.
An Elfert to Interrnpl Him—rie Talk,
of the lee Tenet.
Kanxos City. Mo . Repf -* —lmmediately
upon his arrival here ihl* evening. Gov
Rooeve!t na* e.roned to Shannon Park,
in Armmirdale. Kansas City, Kan., whera
an Immeme open air meeting was held.
On being Inlrodueerl to Ihe v?t nfeem
hly an organised effort was made by a
largo numlier oi men and hoye on the edge
of the crowd lo prevent hi* making *
•perch. Crlex and Interruptions were fre
quent during the flret few moments. Karh
interruption wa. followed with hard hits
from the speaker until quiet was restored
and the gi eater part of the apeach was
listened to in silence.
On th* concluxion of his address here
Oov Roosevelt war driven to Convention
Hall. The vast auditorium was filled, the
Immense galleries had not a vacant seat
and ix, standing room anywhere. Th*
sealing capacity of this hall ts said to he
22.0 0 Although they had been waiting
from 7 o'clock until 10:10. their enthu
siasm was undlminl.-h.-d, and their i>a
tlence unexhausted. When Uov. Roosevelt
mounted the platform rhe audience broke
Into waves of applause lasting for at
least twenty minutes. Order t>ctng at last
restored the Governor proceeded. Gov.
Hixi.evi.lt devoted considerable attention
lo the ice trust, saying
"Mr. VanWyck was by Mr f'roker put
on tit.- committee on rraoiullons at Kan
sas city, which drew V,p the KkiaMs City
pisiform and the plank agnlnet trusts wa*
partly ilissn iq, by Mi VanWyck. who
at that tine- had In hts porserslon the
lee trust stock. This plank was ul-a
ttacked hy Rcnator Jones, tlx- chairman of
the National IVmocratlc Commutes, one
of Ihe chief beneficiaries of the rott.ai
tulle trust In hie siate. The Democratic
convention tht haa Just been held in
New York condemned the ice trust and
at the very 11 m- all of the leaders nol
only had stock In It. but th< Ir lawyer*
were flghilng at every step the Repun
llcal attorney general's efforts to dissolve
this trust. The '-ourts have not derid'd
the question yet ami we do not know
whether that trust can be dissolved.
"As things are now. only the elate*
can deal effectively with corporation*
That Iwlngs up great dlfftcultlew owing to
tlie lnter-lraflt'' ix-tween stales. We have
got io have a constitutional amendmnt
to give the national government proper
WEALTHY FARMER RtNCMD.
lint,lied of NS.tMM* by aa Allesed
Banker and Hla rale.
Coldwater. Mich.. Sept. S.-WIIIIam E.
Nlvlson, a wealthy farmer llvlog five
mile* from Ooldwater, was buncoed, as
saulted and robbed of *5.000 yesterday aft
ernoon. three miles from here on on* of
Ihe most public roads leading to Cold
Nlvlson says a well dressed stranger
giving his name aa Oosmer, a banker a4
Janesville, came to hla house this morn
ing and offered to buy It provided he could
get an adjoining farm. Nivlslon drove to
Coldwater with the man. drew *5.iW from
the savings hank and started back to buy
the adjoining farm.
The couple were, met on the road by a
third man Who. akled by he alleged
banker knocked Nlvlaton senseless and
robed him of the *S.(W. Officer* are In
pursuit of the tht'vea.
HKt KIYI D l> BlltMlYt.ll AM-
Members of the t anal t ommlsalon
Birmingham. Ala.. Bepl -Former
Senator I’ssco and Prof Emory Johnston
members of the sub-committee of the
Isthmian Canal Commisalon. who arrived
In Birmingham last night, were met tht*
morning by a number of yepneoentatlve
busnees men at the rooms of th# Com
mercial Club and after an Informal meet-
Ing, at win h the object of their visit wae
discussed they were taken In charge and
escorted over th* district on a special
"rhe principal Industries of fhe district
were viriied. including the many Indus
trial and manufacturing plants.
ITT the arnscH short.
Athletes Ihsl tiff • Demoeratlc Or
ator In fit. Loots.
Bt. Louis Bepi 29 - David Overmeyer. a
Democratic orator of Kansas, attempted
io make a speech at th# CoUaeum last
night under the auspices of the Working
men’s Bryan Club, but met with po>r auc
eess The buLding ta given up nightly
to athletic sport* in connection with the
St Louis annual exhibition and Mr. Over
rnever’a time having expired, the athletes
present, end portion of the audience eg-
A Cold taken tn lha Fall of th* year Is
a dangerous Cold; It may "hang on" ail
Winter long. Yet II # an easy OoM to
get rid of before the had weather sets
In and tha Cold settles Into Grip
Dr Humphreys' Famous Hpaelfle, *"TT."
restore* the cheeked circulation Indicat
ed by a chill or shiver, the first sign of
taking Cold, starts tha blood coursing
through the veins, and "breaks up" the
’ Peventy-seven" consists of a smalt vial
of pleasant podeta, fits tha vast pocket.
At druggtets. 2&r
I factor book mailed free.
Humphrey*’ Hemeopatbtn Medic toe Cos.
corner William and John streets. New
■fj Hnr Rtlease-Nareal. S3. Pari*.
postulated against th# orator continuing
further Mr. Overmayer refused to curtail
his address, but w as finally compelled to,
owing to the slhletlo programme being
• HOMED SPLENDID RRMI/n.
Torpedo Real Stockton Will Make
the Required Speed.
Washington. Sep*. 79 - Representative*
of th* Trigg Shipbuilding I'ompany of
Richmond. V#., were at th* Navy Depart
ment to-day and state.! that at a private
trial spin of the torpedo boat Stockton,
how: m course of building by them, she
had shown splendid results. Insuring th*
• nrcnty-stx-knot requirements of th* con
tracts. This was whits she was over
loaded and deep In the water, so that
when tn good trim even betscr remits
may be expected. Rhe will be docked at
Norfolk ami hev* her bottom polished
preparatory to her trial trip about a
NHCTIMiI IN NEW YORK STATE.
Ilryan Will Speak One Hoar at Sar
atoga an Oct. la.
New York. Sept. 29 —Chairman Mc-
Guire. of the Slate Democratic Commit
tee. *ld to-day tint: Mr Bryan will apeak
one hour at the onrrvcntlon hall in Sara
toga Oct. 1 Ixivtd It Hill *lll preside
! Mr Hill will also preside at tn* meeting
j in Albany, Oet. 17. at which Bryan will
i speak tlcn. Patrick A Collins, of Ho*,
ton. and John Unerty of Chicago, are to
apeak through the stats from Oct. 12 to
jilrt. 8h So far I*' meetings have been
HANNA fiOKg TO CI.RVKt.kNn.
Think* tlrpabllean Outlook In New
York la Height.
New York, Sept. 89 s*iia!or Hanna
left for Cleveland thin afternoon, where
; hi* family ts. Ho w(JI leave for Chicago
early In the tveek It Is wald he will not
return to New Y’ork until the last week
In October The Serin 'or will nceompany
' Senator Fry# on a tour of South Dakota
Speaking of the sHuatkm In thla state,
| lie said:
"It is a good deal better than whtei I
arrived here early this week, and It looks
aa If It were getting better '•
YVANTN A SIX MONTHS I.KAVK.
tfobaoa Finds 14 Xreeaeary to Give
Ifla Eyes a Heat.
Washington, Sept. 29 —l.leiit Hobson
has applied to the Navy Department for
six months' leave of absence because of
iroubls which ha* developed with hi*
I eyes. Ho has experienced considerable
pain with ht* eye* of late, particularly
when exposed to strong light, and It to
understood that a apeclallat has recom
i mended that the organs be given a com
plete rest for six months.
Vtnor> r It'a \V*-*t 4 4r* Inin OntM.
N#w York. B*pi. 29.—Arranir*ni**n4* for
Gov. Iloo**velt‘fi lour through W##t Vlr-
Kinla wrr* p#rf#o|#i| to-d.iy #t thr Repub
lican national headquarter# Hy’the Itln
rrary hr mill rra'h Wheeling the morn-
Inr of Ort. 27 and ito thence lo Parkrr#-
imrir. Or*. 2* hr wilt rearh Huntington
hy the Ohio River Railroad, apeaklng at
fharl*#ton. Hunt ins ton and Intervening
point*, and #rrtv!nir at Baltimore, Oct. 21.
ADREftTISD Foil TMF.FT.
% Warn 4 oii|il* 44 n* Vlimnlng *
Frnrr In (aalveaton,
Galvrxton. Brpt. 29 -Mr. nnd Mr#. Ou#
Stone of Waco, were arrested here t'Miny.
charged with theft. They mere taken
from n houar filled with a oiin-rllaneoua
collection of valuable#, umj.il and orna
mental. chinnware, alfverware and nh**-
mnre of every decrlpUon. taken from
mreck#**! ho u#ea, and found iimonif the
dehrl*. Twelve *a*r# of allverware. chl
naware and were found ready
for fhlpment. The bou#e occupied by the
our We wa* vacant at the time of the
atorm A hoc re nnd m neon wa* i>*er| to
haul ihe goo*l# to the hou#e.
NRKIVF.R 1014 A H44K.
f’aahler la dltcnrd to Have 4||aap
Oharlenton. W. Va., Kept. 2< _a re
ceiver be* been appointed for the Mont
gomery Banking and Trurt <’omp.ny of
Montgomery. W Va.. on the application
of rrwtdent <*hamie. an*l Vice President
Him# e. who allege the ra*hler mlr
approprt.it*l fund*, making thr bank In
eolvent. LialuiMiea are #tiitei to be !>.-
gaaet*. llu.nOM, of which only
cash. Mi##lng note# nnd securities hmount
to R.'.OU), It I# alleged.
Hela Talk** to aoclallla.
Chicago, B-pl. 29 The* mt'onal cam
paign of the Ho< lalDt I>erm>cratlc party
wa* launched to-night at t'entrai Mu*lc
Hall. FxUgene V*. l>rb#, candidate of the
party for the presidency of the United
Htate*. addresard a large audience with
in the hall, and other speaker# held the
overflow by speaking through the down
town streeia. Mr. Deb# delivered a care
fully prepared gpatch. *Ha wa# received
with enthu*ia#m hy hi# hearers.
ftlnlrrfniunirnt nt ll< niirorl.
Beaufort, H grpt. 29 - The ladle*
parponaace Aid Ko’lfty of the lleiufort
fta|G*t t’hurch gave an entertainment a;
ihe arsenal la#( night The dliitrirt school
of a century ago wa# admirably repro
duced on thr #tage. the Rev. O. f\ Bun*
dick pre#ide| a# school inanter. and re
ceived a visit from the trustees who were
cl*d In the conventional garb of that
peeled. The acting was excellent.
4o Notice of 4 ait 44 yck’# Answer.
New York. Sep* 29—00 v. Roosevelt’s
secretary. W. J Young#, who wa# in the
••My to-night, said that he had received no
nortec of the receipt of the answer of
Mayor Van Lyck In the Ice case. He did
not know whether the Attorney General
had or not The time of the eecond exten
sion granted was up to-night.
CA*JCAT ATIII.KTH ‘ H M ORIMI.
004 Work of roll tWtlos of Wew
York Atklrtlo (lob.
Tork Srpt. 21 Tho annual fall
****** ot thr Now York Athlatlr Club
wrrr held to-diy at tha club’s rummer
homo, Tmvera Ul*nd, on the round. In
the prerenco of about 7,nn> people. The
went her war raw and unruMable to clever
performances on mrk rnd hold.
Notwithstanding this, two world’* rec
ord* were broken. Tha f\r*t of them will
be tan* remembeard In the athletic his
tory. It war fhe 4d-yard run liandUap.
In which Mu swell W. l-onn of ColurnMn
I’nlVerrlty covered the distance In the re
mirkable time of 47 4-5. Thlr et llp*er all
former retards, amateur and |rofe*t<t*l.
on a circular tru- k The bet prevlour
record war 4Mt ee*ond. n>!* by the Irte
L. K. Myera. at Htanton. Fa.. on Oct. IS.
I*l. The |irerent Knalleh record Ir 4A*
second, held jointly by H C. I*. Tindall
and F C. Brr<len Wendell linker of Har
vard hold* a straightaway rthibltlon rec
ord of 47V mnde m Heocon Turk, ftorton
in IST. hut a* hir best record for • circu
lar pa*h I* fin ret-ondr, the former one hr*
never been reriouriy accepted by nlhi# tb
nuthortttee. Irmg r performance \n rllll
further enhan*el when It Ir considered
that he ran from rrrat*h In a hrmlliwp
raca and had to run rather wide at otic
of the turnt. He won hv eighteen yard*
The other world’s record occurred In
the hammer thia>wing event. In
John Flanagan of the New York Athlete*
Hub, war ihe performer He rent the
mlevtlo 1© feet ant) fottr tnch*w. heati*
the former record of I*7 feet and etht
Inchon, made by himself on ths an me
grmiiKl tw year* ago
In the shot-putting event, Morgan hold
er of (ha IQngUah record, failed tn hte
attempt to luet the Amerl<n record of
forty wvm feet, hie beat efTort bektg for
ty flve feet four Inche*
Tha *w mining championship* of the
amateur athletic union wete bald In con
junction with the meet, and K Bchaffer.
of th* l’nl\eralty of rennaylvnnta. carried
off the 100 yards, 23• and 4tn yard* event*
In the ltd yard* he lowcretl the Ameri
can record of I AM* to 1 l>r W O.
Itouglasa. the old-time champion *wlm
mer. cnrrloi off the half-mile In capital
style end hla victory creeled great en
thusiasm among aquatic enthuaiaats.
MAC Alf Till H't AM AI/TY I*l ST.
4merlcnns Hilled and Wnnnded In
Waahtngtori. Bepi <4en Mac Arthur
to-day nahled to the w.ir department the
folknving Hat of casualties;
Killed. Hcpt. 3. Company K. Thirty
ninth. V. H V. I . John Nllea; Hept. X 7.
Company R. Tivelffh Infantry. J. K. lu
-pree, Kept 22. Company M. Thlrt y
fo\rth Volunteer Infantry, W H Mer
>*r. Rept 17. Company I* Thirty-seventh
Volunteer Infantry, J. N. Wells.
With reference to rny leb'gram of Itth,
woumV*l in thigh serious. In*ted killed,
Alfred J Mueller. .Comtwny I*. Thirty
**venth Volunteer Infantry.
IViMHitlel Hept. 23. tvmisiny K. Ttdrty
ntnth Volunterr Infantry. John Iturket. in
K. l*we|fth Infantry. Joh*. M induka. hnnd.
*erhug; J A Kenne.ty, ah<Md(|er. eenoiia;
Mept. Thirty-fourth Volunteer Infan
try. Capt C. A lilce. arm, * light. Aig
?3, Company F. Forty-third Volunteer In
f intry, W’. F* lennl*. leg. aerlous, Fred
\l>*ra. aeverrl) wounded Kept. 14. Com
pany I*. Bigteentli Infantry. Hergt 11 V
Hchroeder. thigh, serious; Kept lfi, Com
pany O. Twenty-ninth Volunteer Infan
try. Bergt L* O. Ho’lls. ell*>w. severe;
Aug. 17 Company M. Forty-seventh Vol
i unteer Infantry, Oeorg* Kennedy, neck,
mortal; Aug V>. Com|any 11, Forty-third
Volunteer Infantry, Corpl. Thomas A.
Kennedy, abdomen, serious
It will be noticed that the above Hst
floe* not contain the names of the men
in Capt Shields’ command. re|*orted cap
tured or klfled on the Inland of Marln
AUG IST A'(* 4HW (OMMITTBR.
tppofnfed hy Chairman Barrett of
Thcbils y Mght’a Urtlln*
Augusta. Bept 29 6tr T*lioma# Barrett,
who wa# elected chairman of the ma.-"
mere ing by tha balloting of last Tuesday
night, was thereby empowered to appoint
the now white primary committee of flf
i#en. He furnished them to-nlghl for
publication in the Hunday paper*, aa fol
First WarvY—W 8 Mnrrisx Hugh Mr
ixtwx. Georfft* F. I.imtn k.
Hrconi Ward—James I* Hoiqhly, Eu
eiw. Foster. J. llenrjr Meyer.
Third Ward— W. M. Nixon. Geor* H.
Hoa'ant. John F. Cooney.
Fourth Ward- John I*. Mulhertn. Will
iam It Young. F. E. Ohenauf.
Fifth Ward—Henry K lx>wery, Roht.
H. Hike*. W T. Bbra.
There are elht Phlntsy and oeven
llayne men on the <ximmlitee and ter.
men favorable to the secret trtllot, and
flvo opposed to It.
The rx>mmttt* wilt probably meet at
noon Monday so organise by the selection
of a chairman and secretary.
This committee will have In rhnrge all
arrangements for the white primary, to
be held for Mayor and Counrllmen In
few week*, and for any other elections
that may come during their term of office
OIY K* AN HOI It IdINUEH.
Ylnaria Residents 4 an Now Afar Oaf
I atll II O'rloek.
Washington, Sept. 29 -Gen. MacArthur
• t Manila recently issued (he following
general order for the better government
for the city of Manila:
"Kxlsting orders requiring resident* of
Ihe city of Manila, to <onftne tnefmelves
to their home* after 10 o’clock p m . are
hereby amended 40 exlcixl the hour to il
p. tn.. after which hour the street* of
the city will he cleared by the police,
itnloona will he closed at 10 o’clock p. m .
and the sale of liquors is prohibited after
that hour "
Naphtha Laanh tanxhl Fire.
Louisville, Sept 29—A naphtha launch
biasing like a tw,ntire floated among the
steamboats at the laiulsvdle wharf yes
tirday, and the bcatm-r. were •■miielbd
to summon al! hands lo save their craft
from catching lire The launch was finally
sunk in the river. The naphtha was leak
ing and caught fire from a cigar In the
hands of the owner of the boat. Dr Will
Durrett. Just as he was (lout to board
It. Dr. Durrett was severely burned.
Severe Fire In At. I’attl.
St. Paul. Yllnn,, Sept. JO.— Shortly before
I o’clock this morning tire was discovered
in the Union block. latge ala-story brick
building In the heart of the city, and de
spite the efforts of the fire department to
control 14. the Arc is still burning fiercely.
There were a number of lodger* asleep in
ihe building at that time, but so far oa
known all escaped without Injury.
No I I tin. a l lon Front f hill.
Washington, Hept. 29 A formal drnlal
I* gtvrn here officially by the represen
tativea of the Chilian government to the
recently published report that Chill had
delivered an ultimatum to Bolivia con
cerning the pending boundary question
Rig Flrr In Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Wla.. Sept. 89-Flra to-night
destroyed about JAtitim worth of property
of the William F'avley A Son* Company,
foundry and architectural Iron works The
foundry proper woe saved.
A UKOROIAN WHO WIIX \OTK TOH
Yet He Oeaiends White Anpremary
for fhe Aoeth, t ome 44 hot
From the New York Hun.
To the lDdttor of the Hun Hir Ho far
a* concern* the result of the pending
pre--Wien tlal election the vote 1 mav * : rft
can have no effect hut to a self-repe t-
Ing nwn voting Is a matter of pniwlHe
The question has therefore been Ite sub
jc t of mu h thought *w! deill*'V it ton
with me. nrvl white no time was need*l
to determine t.ow 1 sliould riot vote, th*
conclusion as to how I should Vit* hi"
been ret hei *iowi\ arel deillw’rateh
Fverv man i* ews tanl to bn ak away
from the surrport of a party whose prin
ciples were born In him. and he will not
d* so without str-ms bll*r The
r ct (bar pttikogtty all th** AMtikavti pam
p|e vote the democratic ticket, whether
the platform and the i andMat<* suit* ttu*m
or not, has been the subject of many of
your editorial* and paragraph*, and seems
to Incite in you spirit **f anger w hich
you endeavor to conceal un-ler the gut*e
of distressful pli\. 1 have notwl with
much ini# i m \tir reply to the lO< hmnd
Tines, but I think the discussion ietwrrNn
you has failed lo totrch the r*i reason
1 am a Bouhein may by hlrth and hv
descent for many generations 1 w.is
born before the war. and I have alwo*
reetilcd In Ihe city of H ivann.th Hut I
have never foutwl any Houtherner. wii- on
the negro question, wa* afr ltd of i.l
equality.” The Southern man Imbibe*
1 wo)** i mtlc |rlncl|l’S with hi* mother's
milk, and never stoje* to give careful con
sideration to the fundniiwMital prlmdplee on
which are based ihe Issue* liefwnlt ihe
lartbw. e. g.. the doi*trlne of states' rights,
lie beJit-vtw In It because hla father te
lleved in it and the parly with which he
stands Is for It. lint he I* not so much
fig* the Ivmoorat* a* ig.ilnst the ltepuh
li an* Why? Not because he foim ‘‘so
cial equality.” but because h*’ f**ars to
nee even the i-nleritig W *l*o t> negro ilmn-
Inntum lie l*elb ve that he negn ru •••
Is an Infer!*** r.*e. and he k*ep* th* *le
elaratbm that all nu n are born free and
equal * suit •I* *nly for |4atfoftns H**
know* that they are not 110 knows thal
a gecu r.itton ,/o ih*-v we slave* lie
knows them to be utU fly mrtttel •* gov
•m thla country or any i*rt oi It. t>l ho
t* rletermlned that, come what may. the
white man shall rule ll* l>eMne* that
the H*qaibll< an prty ha* endeavored lo
prevent whit** supremacy lh th** Huth,
and hi*, at every p|*rtiinlty. tried to
advance n*'gro dotnlnation.
Now. in answering this, yott speak of
civil tight*. n*l mhL If w. are not going
to accord them ihelr * in-tltuthwi *1 rigid*
|,(i us n*H min*** matters A truthful
Houthemer ivttl frnnkly tell v*si No.
not If nci'ordlng to them tn**ir ♦'onetltu
tloiMi rights will interfere* with th* com
plot* domination of ihe whMe race In all
m.rt*‘rM, • omniert lei. atnl p*dltl
Nofr. fhe Hmltf* of thU letter do not per
mil a dlsctiHslon of the right or wr*nc
of this, nor do I believe tlwrt any argil
in* fit could establish the right of It 1n 4he
mind of om* who <loes n**t live anemg S‘
Hut nil who **m* to 4|ve h r*. ec#.|g
thf*e who try to nvik* 1 a living: out of
fMMtlce, cotne to our view In a very ehort
Many of our cMlscns vole*) for M* Kin
ley in IMK. In reply to th** suggertion of
n*gro ilomlnatkai * they *kl they did not
l*el|eve he would follow the example of his
ftcpublican prHb-c****vrw In the aiqstlnt
ment of negroes to high office. In this
they were -adly *liap|*>lnted. The col
lector of the port of Havannah and tb
collector of Internal revenue for the slate
are negroes, and oHy the herculean *f
fnrtp of sxtx 1 prominent Itepubllcans pr*-
\enfed other similar appointments. Many
of those wbo voted for McKinley in IPs’,
will not vote for him this year solely cm
account of these appointment*.
However, there are many of i* here
who lelleve that lie will not do so again
if re-elected Manv features of the cam
paign of H sre locking this year* Wa
believe that McKinley personally believes
i in white supremacy In the Mouth, and we
are going to cast our vote toward giving
him an opportunity to ahow It. If he will,
he will asslnt many who are anxious lo
keep a iv.v from Hryan and Altgeid and
|H>|>ultsm and atari hy and ilartMgogy and
We shall vote for McKinley and Roose
First We are Americans, and are
against a‘l of America’s enemies.
tlerond We are iwitrlotlc, and are de
sirous of suppressing those who give aid
and comfort to our n*mles
Third—Wa are hnnoi. and are against
all efforts at dishonoring (he nation by
currency legislation or otherwise.
Fourth—We are law abiding, and ara
ngalrud all encouragement of force In Ihe
* t b ment of dlsnutes.
Fifth Wo are progrcKSlve. and favor le
gitimate expansion of our commerce and
our power ,
Sixth- We are hopeful that Mr McKln
ley has seen hi# former errors and will
treat our Southern peop’e fairly and
brisdly, and < r<fu ly refrain from humil
iating tb* tn
Will ho do *o? If he floe- not. then all
hope of ever breaking the solid Bouth
must be postponed until be Is succeeded
by a wl-er man; and we. who are leaving
the beatfti pith,, will sorrowfully and pen
ifently return whence w- came.
Alexander R. Lawton.
Ravannah. Oi., Sept 24.
41 *•*: Oritrrs laaiml lu IfMIO.
Wimhinilon, Bepi. 29.—And I lor Cailli,
for Ihe poatofllre department. flni*hel 10-
i|#/ ihe vtoiemetii of the money r<k-r
hii"dtie## of (he country for th** fl***| year
endlnjr June Ju, 1900. The **alemenl ex
hitHt# mn Inereaa# In Ihe money order bu#-
ine** of 14 |*er cent. liurlnK the year 33.-
Ifii.OGf) money orders were |##ued. The
•v*rai* amount of th4MM or<ler# was 17 70.
To lie Kept In I l#rk(* I <nnt y .
Chlrano. Bepi 29.-Willlam L Goklwell.
accused of complicity In robbing the of
flc## of the Mexltan General Electric
liMilway ofWcea of Jewelry worth is.wo. i#
under arrest here, lie deni#* hi# guilt.
avctior halkh rt ti ns days.
AT At fTtON.
I. D. I.* HIM HE. Aurtlonrer.
On THURSDAY MORNING. Oct. *.
190, at II <'clc k. at premises No 4U*
Hast Oglrtbor|xt avenue. 1 will sell fer
cash to the highest bidders, all the House
hold and Klichen Furniture eontelned
therein, consisting of very handsome Hed
iiorn Suites, Parlor Mult* a, llalr and
Moss Mattresses. Ijics (hirlaln*. Carpets,
Malting. Ihctoree, Fancy Kockera. '’en
ter Table#. Sideboard, Extension Dining
Tnble and ctiulr*. Crockery. Glassware,
etc.; In fact, eve-ythlng found tn a well
My rni 'll" A DB9IMOND,
YVe will sell at auc.lon, TUESDAY,
Oct. 2. at Court 1 tense, nil that traet of
land, in city of Savannah, known as por
tion of wharf lot, six and seven North
Ogjtothorfto- W’atd, fronting 150 feel on
It.ver street, formerly ('anal street, ami
having a depth Of 42 fert en Ihe eastern
side and 41 feet on the western side, all
more or )ea#. with the Improvements
thereon, consisting of a brick building
now usel a* a blacksmith shop Tills prop
erty Is totaled midway lh block between
McGuire street and a private street lead
ing to Iho Morris Ice Company’s Factory.
mffNto ■ Motphl** and Whisker hah-
TTg m Its (rested without ps ,r or
I I HI! confinement Cure gvisrsw
! \ llfl teedoroopsy •> H Y’BAL.
II 111 Mn gr Lttrua (springs Sxm-
V ■■■ Itsrium. too | AdSttU. us.
KL'di i.AH rniricfi
MONDAY KVKNINO. OCT. t
’’The Greatest Dramatic Trtumptog,**
CIIARLEH FROM MAN
New Four-Act Drama, f *•
with all scener\ and effects exactly na In
Its run of 34 we k* In New York
City last eason.
Tt’KHDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT.
SIXTEENTH ANNi'AL, TOI’R.
The Al. G. Field
oLDRtrr miKinrr! uicT!
An Fnt'.r* Tritlti of I'aisca Cara!
The most xp nslve crganiXHHon of thg
kind In existence
Watch fur the Idg street pageant
Prices .Matinee. 7&c. 50c at a) 35, Night,
$1 j ainl 2’>
WKDNKHPAY BVKNINO. OCT. I.
Mr George W. I4r|t*rer presents tha fa
mous ljondon and Casino Theater
New York success,
OF NEW YORK.
Gorgeous In beauty, Glorkus In P'tig,
Greatest In Success. Seventy People. Two
CarhMds of H encry, t r< fully Selected
Hale of seat* open* Monday. I
Priceo-fl M. )i no. 76c. Me and He
1 1 1
OFFICE COW MIHHI ON KIUI CHATHAM
Hejle*| bids will Ih* re • Ived at this of
fice until ]j ni . Thursday, Ort 11. IWJ,
for the removal of two closets In tlie Sail
er’s residencr, and for furnishing two
fi*w closets and f r c tmeeting resldenco
and jad with Ihe new *> *iii of hous#
Work lo le done Ir* accords no# with
the city a s|ecittcatloiw and under the su
lervlslun t\( tit* Jail Committee, C. C. C.,
and city Inspector. It bis to be marked
proporai for jail plumbing.
Clerk C C. 0
Bl 4 OM' it .i m*4. It ASh
The best (• the Whetlrr Rrand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. mode by Wheeler A Cs,
of Belfast. Irelana, from th# celebratwt
Cromwt: Hpiiitg* of ituu city. Tt)#e#
epiings are ihe property of Wheeler A
Cos., henos no *Ah#r Ginger Ale mettofae-
I haa tixiea watsra but
Gienteelves *! he Whsrter Ginger Aie la
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; one
la daleterlous -the other Is a tonic.
For Ileslthfulness and Purity th# cel#,
braird Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ala la the best
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. O*.
in i m\ in*" i % il;.
lAberty and Whitaker.
Tha only up tc dat# cafe suitabla fog
select parties In tha city.
One block from De Soto.
Phone 444 J. 11. lIKLMKEN. Prop.
■ AVANNAH FOt NDRY AND MACHINB
Builders of Marine and Stalloner? Boll.ra,
will furnish esllinaiae on new wrk in
competition with Northern and Weelsro
Repair work on Encin** and Boil*ra
i . .. % lu ILK.D 1 ihi'i.ii
Tli* only aay to get your carpet* prop
erly taken up, > l*.itit an i taken - or* of
fur Hi* I'lmniff l/t io turn th* Job over to
In*- District M-aa-ng r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call al 22 MonUomery
*ti*ei, i'l they will moke yu n *sti.
male on the cost of the work, l’rto**
raa*<naMe They aleo pack, move and
■tor* furniture end olanne
C. 11. MEI>IOCK. Hup!, and Mgr.
LARUE SY .4111.H0t AE AND OF
to rent, lo'-sled head of Broughton
streat. on Wegt Brood, now occu
pied hy the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. Aa they will give up
businaaa In thr city on June I, 1 of
fer It for rent from that data.
H. P. RMART.
HOWS# UIKI ITKU
By the American Bonding and Trust
< ompany of lialtlntore. Wo ar author
ised >o execute locally (Inns 'lately upon
application). all bonds In Judh la] pro.
e> .dings In either the state or United
(It a tee courts. slid of administrators and
DEARTNG * Ill’Ll,. Awls.
Telephone 31. I’rovl.lant ihilldlsg.
11l H CLIKSTI
Loan money at six per cant, on real
lIBCKKTT * lIBCKFTT,
Atlorncya at l.aw and Conveyancers.
tOI K I'HIIIK HII'TIOIIS
will be flllnl al Perk Avenue Pharmacy
while >o wall. W’e till them at any hour
day or night. The only live drug store
In southern eectlon of Hsvannah.
I'AltK AVK.NUK I’ll Ali JIACY,
J L llranan. Proprietor ,
Corner Park avenue and Mat card It
(itiuo l.iqi on.
Get Wilson Whisky al ROBT. RBM.
LKR’S, Llter'y and Drayton. Ut*
quarters for tha best brands.
Country trade solicited. j *;
No charge fjr tugs. J j
Phone til. ' *i
_____________ . .... -i-n..a
II W ill CLARK.
rpholelerrr. Ml Jeffciuon.
Itrlng m<* your furniture to repair, or
drop mo a card and I will tome for If. let
me make you a line matlreaa. My stock
of Curtains nnd Covering material will
open your eye*. At my price# you ran
have the fine old plecea worked over and
they will look like new
The flneet line of Uantela. Tiling and
Graeea In the dfy. Prlcea rock bottom.
Save money by seeing our goods before
BAVANNAII BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Comer Oongreea and Drayum.