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YOUTSEY was wild
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DEFE\DAMT was defiant.
iFRIM' in lln IKKT (M 9 ACTIiD]
\n o>K 4.ONF. NAD.
*• *r-!•! Wm Testifying When
ffcl . , < mm—Vnli'> \\ iIl I > i
llrtif 1 tirtirmrnl of Corbel's. i
n <s!*• Him Wm tl Klr
r(l .it ivall-Hnmf Relieve th©
ogii, r ok Proof of Madacii.
*n, Ky.. Oct. 9.—One of th© j
, <rkahle no#*nr* over enacted In \
# K ,* court occurred to-night in th** |
t-i. (••iiry K. Youtsey. charged with j
! #rf ; -In ip.tl in (tie shooting of Gov.
n defendant himself belli* th**
( ltf# j. .rticipanl.
r r/ .it ro.*n wan crowded at the ttm#* 1
g. j r excitement won tmenne. I). K. ;
rf . i:. the Louisville detective, had
4y 9 u '■ of hi* talk* with Youtiey before
ir .l .* r hf- arrent. Then Arthur Goe
-14 * put n the niand and Judge H*n
g, who for the first time appeared
jpr t - prosecution, did the questioning
, ;.>ct*el said:
j talked with Youtaey the day he was
• . into in the afternoon In the jail
§. y Kfort In reference to the murder
e# ir \ rot her.** %
; • this point Youtsey arose behind
I? - .ntrue; It is a lie; I never spoke a
• that man In my life, nor ho to
• rawford told him to be quiet and
f, wi and other* took hold of him.
I w’l not sit down. I never bald a
awd thot man-k Is untrue.”
H* s •- shouting by I his time and every
*r# ws •+. omlng excite 1 Youtsey s wife
f?**r - o his side, and while endeavoring
to make him sil down, could be heard '
New you have killed my husband an I !
J i e you are satisfied.”
• \ hysterically* shouted again: ' !
•n :n* • enl—there la no blood on my
ht :nese men are aw curing my life
. - hree deputy sheriffs went over
s . 1 fed him lie struggled wildly
i. . “Let me alone—l will i.ot s t
A Goebel, meanwhile, sat i-phlr.x-
Ii * witne.-e chair and never turn
#• ,u|. Finally, after Youtsey wa*
j v*4 . o a srat, he shouted again,
v 'io# Is not dead— all the demons .11
t** * .i not kill him.”
\1 Sheriff, if the defendan: does nr
t • him e f put handcuffs on him.'
rot i ige <'antrill.
M#* hl|e the audience could not b*
forced keep their seats until the judge
ih****** *d to fine those who stood up.
Y and hack l • loot I
ka and seemed In a state of col* j
hr * He waved his handkerchief above
hs* * iin an aimless sort of way. and
frc>4 -.1 and cried hysterically. Finally
(iui w is restored, and Judge William*
•M.i \rthur Goebel another question
i Crawford asked if iwstpom
n* the trial until to-morrow, on oc
turc .f the defendant's ronikiion. Judge
Cirri* s lid he could see no cause or rra-
r r for- the defendant’s outbreak, hut tn j
9r to his attorneys he would poet- i
F ' until to-morrow.
M' Franklin said the commonwealth
ft©, > • in© slightest objection to adjmirn-
il to-morrow, and court so nl*
y still occupied his chair wlih # hla
9 * * sd. apparently in a half-fainting
After the crowd passed out.
J*< Ud and tlepiu.rs carried Youtsey
,0 t • ail. as he was unable to Walk.
* c -us reasons are assigned for his
f 'k the tlrst be In* that his long
o>f?’*• m m anl strain of the trial caused
fcar *. iw.i.m# hysteihal nnd lo*e control
• U. At other l- that h* is really
•I. as shown by bis remark that
ufi* not dead. He is Iwing attend
■ sb-Uns and relatives at tha Jail,
• r d ' - ondltion Is deemed critical.
•Din %VK>T TO FHASKFORT.
Miown l*lace t imnfrlsd \\ lilt
th** Kllllntg of lioelifl.
fort Ky.. Oct. 9 —The Jury In the
*>• was brought here at noon
the state lapltoi building and
■ of evidence in connection with
> assassination. The Jurors
' shown the *qsit where Goebel
1 •** bullet hole in the hackberry
n l*kt n t. the •
h-ng. where they were shown
- *U*.k. the Secretary of Slate’s
?" ,} i where the shot Is ndeged to
’> tired, and other |oins of In*
f is | OF TMOWK R I 1.1.Cn.
i.t „f MiMinnnrira Who Nre
hf|,n,, 'l l llnxe Isiit Their Mtm.
•rk. o*t 9.—A complete list of
missionaries believed to have
•tn the beginning of the Itox
a to Sept. 5 has bren received
?l in Bible Society from Itev.
k* s, D. I>., Its agent in Bhang
-1 ' 1 “*ntalns the names of 17* per
f w. il any, of whom will rs
ttiir. are men. ?J women (41
- single) an<l J 9 chlklren. In
Atu* ’ ‘Dil there are th#* following
w. iny-five men. 24 women
-I ** single) and 20 children;
iiMit whose death there
a (r? , , f question: Kleven men. *
4r* ‘ n hi single women. 13 chll
l* rf ' 1 f thos*- killed, th#* fid*
r.r fw ' Americans: Thr#-#* men. 1
cr. r , ,n *htgle women. U chll
q, ;,i Yuen Fu who were tin-
w ‘ 1 massacred. July 9. 10 were
D.: * woman, 4 single wtmen. 7
' , ' ll ***** British.
9v n . 1 s#*m#* missionaries in the
*a. r *'* 1,1 Buh and Kwakhow who
hsard from for some time.
.. ' , *‘ l reason to hope that they
Hj,, <,,n ’ * Hirlimontl.
v " O' Fltihuith
h ? H * Plont, It la aald. ron
*"> .h, „‘ ‘ r ' m l ,| l n * har* aavrral rtaya
S 1 f*tliming to Havana.
‘ 151(4 by hit family.
Siitumnn!) iUornitig iXrns.
CONSIDERED FRENCH NOTE.
t hlnesr 4)irtl<n Orrupleil the (’all*
•wet—4 oaigrr Wrnt Nhimi o( Mrr
(•ullt > t Itini" r.
Washington. Oct. .-The cabinet meet
ing to-day. which oc upie.i about two <in I
a half hmirs, was .tlmos* ex-' u
lively to a dim-us-on of the Chines** sit
uation. Hpeclal -mstderaiion was given
to the French not#*, an I It Is understood
that a mor#* or lees definite **onc)ustor. w s
readied .ts to the nature of the repi*
which will l*o made bv ihh governm it*,
but It ha.- not yet been put In dii l-mutic
form."lts purport will not be n:a9r pub
lic for the present.
It d#*vek>)H*d |o-d.ty flat Mltds’e; Ccti
ger, In compliance wi h a Migg#**tion from
8* retary Hay. had submitted to the state
de|Mrtment a li*• of ten or twelve names
of Chinese ofllcUls who wete (nominee In
the Iloxer movement against the foreign*
• I in .* :* • ni*'isui; v' •n *• i
ble for the a->aul- t|w>n th- 1* gallons in
l'ekin. There officials. Mr. Conger be
lieves, should )*#* inc.ulod wlih Prince
Tuan and others in any ptinlshmei t#
which are to le inflicie.l upon thou* who
t*ok u prominent part in the Pekin out
rage.-. It is not unlike,> tiiaj the position
*.f this governm# tit In r#garl to th* pun
ishment of th**'* officials will le stand in
reply to the French note.
Gen Chaffee continues to excute the
programme for the withdrawal of th<- mi.l
tary forces ailready outlined, nnd b* inis
notified tne war fepartment that he will
have all of his men except h* legation
gtiarxl out of Ch.n inside <( a fortnight
The American troops will take no fur
ther part In any mllltarx operations in
Chinn, unless tbe\ lire attacked, which
Is not bellav#*d to be prolmbb*. Th>* i
• > Iflc Ia la *lo not credit the Huselan l
mintl - report that they parti* lpat*.| !n
the taking of Bhan Kai Kwan. ns the
sense of G n Chaffee's orders ws di
rectly contrary to su< i participation.
(HI9iA \K%\s llFldilllMi.
That Is th* Relief That Is Indulged
Paris. Orf 9 -I# is semi-officially an
nounced to-day that the news received
here from China P more*reassuring than
the Kngh-h dispatches moke out. that an
agreement between th* Powers will be
arrived at on the ha*l* of M Delc.isse's
note, that the r* (* rto.l arrlvaUof Li Hung
Chang at Peklr. has hern onfirmel and
that confirmation ha* also been recelvid
of the degradation of Prince Tuan.
The officials of Ihe French foreign offlc*
are elate*l over the recep.ion which
France’s note has secured in Europe, ;;n 1
it Is hopeful and sanguine that It wtl
result In a common understanding which
will permit of early i*ca* e negotiation
Franc\ however, has not yet received
ih# formal reply ©f any Power, but the
verbal statements m.#de by the various
ambassador or the presentation of the
note led the government to txlieve it will
be accepted everywhere except In Great
Britain and th* Fnlted States. Th*?#
powers agree to certain features, while
•hjc. ting to ©there, but do noi take a
• .in*l which la inimical generally to the
pro|4*itloiis of M. Deb ases.
Tim Temps’ occount of the cabinet coun
cil says .M lielcasse submitted dispatches
from ilie French representative# abrew*!,
iihowi*ig the ngotlation with the Power?*
,**rc *i>n*imili;g tinder goal conditions and
that thl.' permit* *f hope #f a favergble
solution of th questions i Ing consider'd
DON %I.KR h ILL.
%n#l the Lntpernr Mae a Free Wand
In \Rsir of State.
Tekin. Sunday, Oct 7. via Tt*n Tain,
Oct. R and Bhanghai. Or*. 9.—Trustworthy
Chinese reports say tha: the Dowager
Kinpnss is seriously ill at Tal Yuan Fu
(prvvln #* of Bh n Bit and the f‘ hand of
h‘ llmpcror In affairs of eta’e of late Is
n-ganled ;* contlrmalory of these reports
A respoti-'e to th* German *lentan*l h.ts
h* en transmitted to U Hung ('hang
Tils saye that Yitlg Men. president of
tin . ertsorate. Yang Yi. asslstan: grand
secret.try an*l president of the civil board,
and fVo Shu t*hiao, president of the
)a>ard f putDim#*nt. will b#* decapitated;
that Print*** ChWHtig. Duke Tsai lain and
Drill Ylh will be sentence*! t> life Im
prisonment. mi*l that Prince Tuan will
be banished to the im(*erial military post
road* on the Bi >ertan fr*ntler. as a fur*
iher punishment for dling the Boxers.
t lll\ tl>LI I HIKID.
lltHii la Wald to lie Filling That
lndor, Oct 1b Dr .Morrison, the pc
kln coriespondent of the Tim* a, wiring on
Oct. 5. says: *
“Russia, In pursuance of her policy of
being China's only friend, has restored
the Taung-M-Yamon to the Chinese
Count von Walderse*’s <ledslon to divide
the railway administration between Hus
ain and Germany shows the humble posi
tion Great Britain is content to occupy In
The Tinier ban the following from Tien
T in. dated Oct 7 “Three French l#tt
talhn* started yet* rday for Pao Ting Fu
'l’he British sic waiting f r the Germans,
but may stait wlthou th#*m
Th** Bbangh tl ctwr#*sponb nt of the
Times, wiring Monday, soys It i w reported
there that the allW have arrived P®
ring Fii Without opposition.
The B rlln cofrespondent <f the Stand
ard urslerslands that the Chinese Imperial
. diets are regarded tber* with skepticism,
ind that Count von Woldersee has been
Instructed tl resume operations.
AM* Ml B tiHKAT lilt IT %I A.
Other Vovtrm Have (greed to Ger
many's Second A#He.
n-rlln. Oct. .-H •*c*rl*lnM •:
tha Orrman forclan hy the
.orrc,r>n.l-nt of .he A.vo, Inlet I‘rc.i.
Ilml ail th- Power, hnvc aarcal to th
propoaal. of th- <..-on.l U-rm Hit not-, with
th- -xc-ptton of (ir-at Hrlt ln, from whom
anawrr h.t. > • ' r-. -1v..1 to -Hh-r
tti- f?rat or -• "n,l not- of (S-rmanv
Tha foreign off* •. how-v-r. • *|* t* '!', >•
itrtialn', ..Ih-.-i., to th- '''*•
in,l .till look, for a r-ply to the Hr.l.
PRKMI RK IIHOIWMT TO Ml:Ut.
Inn,i-tirc Emrrt-tl to M*f th- ‘ ' nr
Shanghai. Oct -Th- Phln-t.
that tha gor-rrtor of Hhan Tuna n I '
Yang-tl* viceroy* havr tent Jom< m
morlal to the Emprr** d.fUrng It to h
lmpoibl* to Ruarantee the dt*ra'h ot
mon-v an 4 provUlon* to Slngan Fun 1
threatening -o re.tgn ante, -he court r-.
torn* to Tekin It I* beltatret! the' Fm
pror Kweng Hu I* enxlou- to return an<l
(Continued on Fifth Pafe.}
SAVANNAH, GA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1000.
NO TRUE PROPHET
lilt \A VS FROFHi:tT9:s ALL FAILED
FREE SILVER NOT NEEDED.
HI.PI HI B( \ lIiTUHI MA I EV
KHIIIIIM. IP 111 I HOHTI.D.IA.
st. louts' Collar nut list iron led h*
l imit \\ litt tadtliereil t ll’ur ih*
Itt'pultlicu il \ lee Presidential
(ure*—He Hm t.lven n l.ri-ni Ova
tion—The tlft-llepeoted • baeg#l
Hryan's Fallare to any !(•'% Hr
\\ o I*l Pn> the Nsllou’i Oblig:#-
llsnii Mri'il finer Mere.
Bi loiuis, Oct. 9. B(. I amis* vast expo
sition collar uni was crow*lrd to-nlghi In
honor of Gov. Hxsevrll. who srok' a lit -
l!* more than liour. The Gov#* nor was
tired, having ridden In a p.irud* given In
t !*• afternoon. 1-iier h' w t tli* guest #>f
honor t a luncheon given by the Bt.
He was escorted from the Planters' Ho
tel in the evening by Mayor Zlegenheln,
National Committeeman Kerens and other
prominent Republicans of Missouri: a
mounted regiment of Hough Hitlers and
vcial thous.itid ciiktens tn carnages or
on tool. The route of the night phrad*
was Illuminated with flambeiux an*l col
Arriving it the co'Detim. th* Goven#r
was greeted with tumultuous applause
H- was introiuced hy ti© ma\of of the
city, nml was c her re* l enthuskisii* , y
througboui his speech, at tl c*n* lu on
of which he wn •■st'orresl i> th* Fnioti
station, where he took his special train
for Chicago, whence, to-morrow morning,
he will start on his Indotua tour. M;.
"It is n bit difficult to know whs! noue
to discuss, because our opponents change
the paramount lssu* so often. Tnke the
question of free silver. If any of you are
fortunate enough to know whether Mr
Bryan, If el#*ot#*d, will pay the obligation*
of the nation In gold or in silver. I wish
you would divulge your knowledge, for
Mr. Bryan won t.
“There Is no doubt about where we
stand. We >vre for the gold standard,
and we are for It on the Atlantic seaboard
and in the Rocky mountains alike We
stand for It everywhere, for we are fortu
nate enough to have issues whb h do not
wear thin in any part of the country. Bom#
people say (hat th# silver Issue is dead.
Sliver cannot be dead when people are un
certain a to how a candidate of on#- of
the two great parties would pay the obli
gations of the government. No Issue la
dead when v ou cannot tell whether a cred
itor or a pensioner, whoever he may be. |*
to get 4* cents or KB on (he dollar.
"All I want to do. from a material
standpoint. Is to exhume Mr. Bryan’s
prophecies of four years g*>. and then,
for yourselve*. * ompr* ih*s*- prophe *ies
with their signal non-fulfHm#it. The
spirit moved Mr Bryan and he i*roph
*|d lie prophesied that links* you hid
fr#e sliver th#- wg* worker won I*l Gaud
id!** in th#* morket place. Thai was the
prophecy. The fulfilment was that th#
wag* worker has had very nearly double
as much work a> In lor* And he proph# -
*l#*d again. He wald that If w# elect*|
MeKlnlay the farmer would find th* pro
dinds of his farm <llmini?*bing in value;
but they have Increas'd from 15 to 69 per
ent on different products.
“And Mr. Ilrya * pr>ihesled agnln. Th
savings mnks sttradwl hks attention,
and he hsi*l |f we had not free silver ihe
deposits of the savings tmnks would *ll -
rnintsh. and they have ln*-rras*-<| 25 p r
cent He sakl t’aat the imotim >f money
in dr illation per <ttp.ti wouhl diminish,
nnd i■ has Increased from 30 to 25 dollars
So far Mr. Rrynn had been saving that
everything would go dow He asl mori
guges wouhl go up, and they were the
only things that went down Mortgag*
have diminished in amount ny nearly 49
I *er * en# ’*
Speaking of trusts Mr. Roosevelt raid
"The states cannot *l#*al with them effec
lively, th#* nation must Join. It *-;in * nlv
Join by constitutional amendment Hitch
<n amendment was Introduce*! into i! e
last House o( Reuresenfatlv#* hlxmii Jim*-
1 last It received the vnu-*f every H**f>ui*-
li-an tint two. and against It was cast a
vote of every len>s-iat. save six. of the
members of th#- House* As 1 needed a
two-third vote, it failed of iwsviii*, and
Ihe I>emocratlr leader. Mr. Bichardson. In
opjioeliig lb** passage of the nrrendm*n\
quo#■*! with api>roval from Democrat!-
l*a|>er. saying that the Democracy <oull
not afford to pa.-* that constitution il
amendment liecaus#*. if It dl#l so. It would
take th<- trust issue out of the coming
In a speech at the M t Mints’ Exchange.
Gov. Roonevult sH “There is always
one feature that is |># uliarly pb.-aut t*#
me. coming to city Ilk#* St l-oub,
which has among It-* ciiigen- s> many of
the men. who ivore in* Mue. and so
many of ♦hoe* who wore th* gray, and of
th#ir sons. I think that If the S|Mni*h
War ha.t k*n*- nothing *-ise. it woukl hav**
In-en. from our stanl|M>itit. w* 1 worth
while, because of the realising sens# that
it gave us of the fact (hat nil tb#* differ*
oners of this nation are u thing of th"
past, and that w#* stand liefor* the rest
of the war!*! t Amerh ns and n>thing
"It was Indeed a lesson for oil younger
men io see so. Hers Ilk#- (Sen. Butler of
South r'aroilna. (en Wheeler of Alabama
and Fltghtigh l,e# of Vlrghdo In th#- unl
forrn of the blue n*l fighting for the old
flag I think there i* one thing we should
lirrp p*rpetually before us. and. esj**-.dai
ly. gentlemen, when there is h political
**oniest on. It Is th# e-sentiai unity of
iwjr people aid the e**#*ntial solidarity of
our |eople. If prosi>erlty mm*** to uw—
if honor * <mes to us. it w ill • ome to nil
If adversity comes, all of us will suffer
more or leas #n aectount of It."
|*OUF.H %ihihi>skd KTI DKATI.
Itrpnbllen••• (re I'milrtu the Dollar
In Heaeh, ••#- •‘aid.
Chi* ago. Oct. 9. - B naior Power ad*
dresset over a thousan*! students at the
f’nlverslty of Chicago to-day or the bear I
campus of the institution. His speech was
mostly on political lines, and the students
applauded vigorously. He mdntalnel
that Hie country is more prosper >i to
day toan ever before in its h.etory. In
j closing be said
Mr Bryan makes no effort t*> answer
these fa#* s. but he #!mp y tries to get
around them He sayw they are fictitious
conditions that at* H'ing in a wild
i debauch, that we are putting the dollar
wbove the man That In not true We ar.*
1 dimply putting the dollar within the reach
l of mum'*
BEGINS TOUR OF MICHIGAN.
Irlrr*ln>’ Speech*-• Finished Hr>-
nn’s llllnnis n Mpnl*w—lirexv
Jol.et, 111 . od. 9 Mr Bryan concluded
the last speech of th#' day here to-night
at a lew minutes hefor* 11 o\ lock, lie be
gan at Quincy at 9 o’do* k this morning
and made sixteen addresses during the
and iv i mi!.*• were i:#imrally m
but those at Prla. Quincy and Joliet
were etlv .*>4
Th*' m#*etlng at Joliet was held In the
Court Hni#- grounds h fare an immense
crowd The Br>an train did not arrive
until after in o’clock After the nie**tlng
.Mr Bryan •ft for Chicago To-morrow
i.e )>eginM hie t**ir of Michigan, Benton
Harbor twang his first stop
KOI BED FROM lllt.llt HF.ItTUB.
(rim il at ((anted tn Hear
llrvaa nt Once.
Quincy. HI . <>*• . ! All the members of
the Itryau party were sleeping soundly
ths morning when, *t • - o cltx'k. (he
train pulled into th city. They were net.
however, permit t*d t* -ontlnue ihe*r
slumbers long, owing to th#* calls of th#*
crowd for Bryan and the beating on the
wiinkiws. Mr. Bryan hastily <lonned hi*
•*l*Mh'.'*, drank i up of coffee and was es
corted to carriage for the long drive to
W ashington Park, wh* r* rotw thstanding
th#- early hour, thcr. w >s a throng of wait
ing people.many ©f whom had leen stand
ing in th#' chilly Hr since daylight.
Mr. Bryan *pok- on the general lsues
of rhe campaign, saving 4iu’ mt larg* .
crowd at so early an hour of th** dy in
dicated that the people w.*r** Interested In
themaelws rather than In him Mr Bryan
referred to an editor* tl on th** pension
question which appeared In an Omaha
newspaper with which b* was formerly
connect**! He - lUI (hut the #-dt*ori.tl
rt'ferr* and to was printe#l long befor**. Ik.* was
conn**'te*l with th#’ paper.
“Yet. I doubt ii*t * said, “that everv
old soldier will r eiv#- a letter in which
it will Is stattnl that I ni th*- author of
“I have already received one," shouted
an ol| soldier In the crowd.
“I am not surprise#!. '* said Mr Rrvan
"I know that they hav** misrepresented
everything that could I*** misrepresented
To-day they hav*- not the least hope of
carrying this election utiles* they have
bigger campaign fund than they have
ever had befor#. and they >uti coerce
every voter that * an l*e ’
He pakl ;><M ial attention to the farm
ers. saying that even though there had
b*en advance In the price of #*m* firm
products, the in rent"* in price of articles
of consumption h.ul been so tint* b great
er os •> far mor*' than neutralise the ad
vance in farm comm#wiitk•.
Taking up the statenient that money
from this country Is t#efng loan#*#! In Ku
repe. he asked: “Why don’t they buy
American lands Instead of sending *heir
surplus money abroadand thm replied
to his question by saying that the only
reply that could be made was that the
Republican policy was redu lng vataea A #
private individual could not put his money*
In manufacturing enterprises for fear
• h*it his concern would be -old to a trust
and tn.vt he would be sqne**aed out. He
lec|ar#'d that it is his desire to destroy
all private mon<|otv because he does not
want to see the dooi of opportunity
closed nenins* the Ikvvs of the country'
“(live the boy a chance," he said, “give
him an opportunity to exert his own In
dustry and his own ability, and he will
make his own way. for w have the best
boys in the world."
(( Iff HF is II:Foil(5 'TVIF. PEOPLE.
Hr * mu (nawerrd t rltlelsnaa That
Have lleen (lale.
C.irtbnge. HI . Oct. 9 - In speaking here.
Mr. Brynn took cognisance of the criti
cisms of his personal purticip-iiton In the
“I have been criticised for going before
the people, •'t presidential candidate,
and discussing ihe questions before the
people. According to my under*tan*ling
of politt *- (he Cltlxrn s the sovereign and
the officeholder is the servant of the peo
ple, and ihe cltixens have a right to know
what the candidates th nk of public ques
tion- They have a rlsht to come Into
* onta -i with their public ofTl* isls srvl If s
•-andidat# loses votes because the |#eop|c
get acquainted wih hin. he ought not to
xHnplain, for It Is b#*tter to find him out
before the *dctkn than afterwards. If he
is bad. The right t# participate in gov
ernment Is one of the Inalienable rights, a
right that you Republicans recognised
when Lincoln was your leader and a right
thnt you never repudiated until you fell
from Lincoln down t* Hnnnii.
“If you hear ihat 1 am In favor of 1m
f#riallsm Just because It Is a good Issue
to get vote**. ! want you to remember that
on the 14th of June, j 9. when your jai
p*-rs said everybody wanted • xisirsion. I
protested against imperialism. At that
tlm* Demo* rati# frienls tokl m*- my <*>ur**#*
vv mid hr unptpufar but my answer was
that when the Declaration of Indepeml
!• it* e was re|sal# and I would he out of pol
itics. and it *!ld not mak> any particular
difference about the lime ©f my going
(( (VI’N TO NITMK (T DF.POTH.
lit % nn Make* n Lcqaest of the laical
f itiiiini ttees. t
M comb. HI.. • i 9 William J R' an
to-d.iy .* d*ed th** Associated Press to
make pufli the following:
"The trip would bo much easier and
much mor*- satisfactory If ih** local coni
rnitiees would observe the request that
has been mad**, namely, that
the place of meeting should be at the #!e
-lot. where I can speak from the r*-r c r
or from a platform erecte#l within a few
feet of Ihe train H**meilm#s t ro*nmlt
t# e in sis is on a parade from the <i©pot to
the mldll’ of flu* town, even when the
slop is slmrt. Much a |ara*)e not only con
sumes |h* Urn** that might otherwise h
us**! In s|M-aking. but II adds to the fa
tlgue of Ihe Journey anl then subje t
me lo the danger <f taking cold.
“At short stops II I necessary toap ak
rnpkily. and If I then hav* to rlle *j quar
ter or a half mile In th#* carriag . I am
chilled before I can reach th- car. I am
doing all the work that I think It safe to
d#. and I hope that local < ornmlttees wi'l
retognise this and her#after at range for
speaking at th#* depots."
KOT PAID FOR IPlfiKt HRI.
Ilryan Answers (rltlelams Bade by
pe#>rla. 111.. Oct 9 -Mr Bryan took oc
casion here to answer ths charge that hs
U being paid for hia apeeche*. In part
"I am not as rich a man aa you would
unund on Filth Page.) %
WILSON WAS ANGRY
NFWHATIOA (L Nt |*\F (T ( (.11 (Ml
I It I \ K Hkl'.TlMl.
TYLER ENTERED A PROTEST..
i Ht,NiDi.vr (All i \-ritiTNin:\r of
Tilt. It© ID (T \( (It.
Iteaolntinn *letore the vtinri'hiililrr*
((ms the It •*■ *r mnlm t l*w ol the
t lilcmm** tarnm*l I rniiL by the I an
*i*l inn (oanpnnv —M4r t buries WII
*• (( Wroth Over a Letter (( rlt
tea hi n|i* Henry Tyler—Heanlullan
Ismdon <#>•'. 9 Tfiere was a sansattonal
s #ue ai to-lav‘s n*-#*tlng of the share
hokicis *f the Grand Trunk Ul road I*e
ihm-ii Sr 4'!*.nrl*a River# \Vll#on, |resl-
I r 1 a
company’s t**iiier pre.'-ident.
Sir PharlfH Wilson, in addressing the
m* ting, explained the resolution of Hie
day, which provided for Ibe re*#rg anixa
don of the Phi# ago #irnd Trunk by the
ana Han l*©mpan> Aft* : iitltning Ihe
proposition. Sir Charles eakl he had re
*-efcved a ktier from Sir Henry W Tyler,
the former president of th#* road, expr#st
ing disapproval of the r#-orgsntxati>n nnd
i'kmg that the letter b* r#*.*l before the
meeting White with pa##inn. Hir Charles
declared that the vile language used by
Hir Henry Juslllled him In putilng th- 1* t
ter In th fire. The preld#’nt >f the road
continued bts denim- ia ion of the former
president until th audience roe*, trying
"Put It In the tire “ "Burn It “ “Hhaiti#*!"
Then* was a seen© of gnat disorder, and
then there arose a cry "Tyle is her** In
a moment the vcnerabl## flguie of x
Pr*si*lent Tyler w*:© seen walking (owuial
th** till* * tors rostrum
An soon hs Hir Chari#vs Rivers Wilson ro
covered hi# composure he said:
Tyler stand up You. who have vili
fied us. repeat b* fore us all th charges
you have made."
Ch#*ers, mingled wßh groans, greeted Hir
Henry W. Ty ler, who maintained that the
Chicago Grand Trunk was owned and con
trolled by the Canadian Grand Trunk,
and ihit, therefore, the directors wer#
making false pretenses when tney present
ed the reorganization ,*s a transaction Ih*-
tween two Independent concerns
After m further *e#me of disorder. In
which threats to eject Hir Henry from th*
mooting were made, the resolution f*r ro
organltatlon was carried by s large ma
AAU THE I BHTiriKI) COFY.
Hot laLev Throws Nome Light o
the Hie© Wilt i nae.
Sew York, tvi 9—A stattment msd#-
by CapL McFlUskey to-day gives ** re
markabk turn to the Rice mys
t*t> (’apt McCluskev saw' the certlfle#!
opy of th** second will a leged to have
iwen made by William Marsh Rica on
June .'H last A* cording to the terms f
this Albert T. Pairl k. tne lawyer.
Is not lo receive #*ne dollar for himself.
I’harles F Jones, the valet. Is not to r#*-
elve one dollar
All of the relatives of Mr Rice nim*#l
v legate*';. In tiie llrst will are to receive
larger bequests by the second wlil than
they woiiM have received under tle first
Th© William M Bice Institute of Hous
ton. Tex . ufhwd as residuary < gate© In
th#* first will, re Ives nothing by the sec
Patrick, by the second will, I named •
r< skfuary legatee It being expressly stip
ulated In the document that h#* Is to de
vote th* money to the perptuation of the
mim© of William Marsh Rice by th** es
i.ibllshment of charity, n*l <letails of
which had been communlcat#d to him ver
bally and In writing by the t# ( ator
By the terms of this a#- raid will. (*apf
Met'luskey said. Mr Patrick, tb© lawyer,
would ome Into the rrw.trot of nine
tenths of the estate of Mr Bice, which
is valued all th#* way from $•.000,009 t# $lO,-
(*apt. MH7luakey said tha# the William
Marsh Rice Instlnue of Houston hah no
actual existence ex- *pt on ( ajar
Ml HON DN HV.HK Gl( FN.
Hatrlrk m#l Jne Ntlll lin pri aon©t
In Ilie Tonilm#.
New York, Oct. 9.—Frederick House.
ounsel f#*r Aller( T Patrick atsl Charles
Jones, |uiti< l|*ais in the William M Rl* e
ise. . hargM in the tll*l complain# >f forg
ing Die name of ftk*e, lo a check for S2S -
#*■#. [iir (Mining to have tw*©n <lrawn in
Patrick h favor, on H wen son A Hons,
bankers. < ll**l upon his clients in the
■ outieel room of th#* Tom • > to-day Mr
Hons#* **all he <ll*l not exir‘t to offer
hull to-day for the pri“oncr>
Iri ion#iec(ion with the -tatement by the
police mat Walter #> W**th##rb#*. wh#Vjs
in the office 0 f th* innkers. H M Hw* n
e#*n A Hons, had mM that Jone nieav
or#*#! to get him to ••raw up wl#h him a
document, purporting to )e Mr Bice’s
last will. In which each #>f (h**m woull get
a good share #f t:.* eUate. Mr. Weiherl*©
sf.sl to !av that in uffl*lavit to that ef
fect w s made |a<#r January and held fm
p*4**l Me future use.
(( (N NifllHT B.YO.tliab
lerlt Hit nn F. Ilea Hr thprf llnnl*
N-w York. 0,1. 9 ~P. H. Sl)hooiy
'tunnel for th KliMlw-thpor*. N. J.
ti,,nkmic <V*nMny. nno(in,'t i<>-.l,iy h>t
VVollant n mlln* cJerk of th
l.nnk wa, n 1* fnult-r to th amount of
150.010, nn.) thai th<- bank dlrwtora ha,J
m ,••• *o<t tb- amount of h- nlwtrt ,•
Among tha rtir-otont 1 t'lUtad Hiatr:,
. i ,1 ,
fVhrOt-r, who ha.t bf*n In th- -miOov
of the b.mklnic company *ln> •• |:a Incor
poration. about i-ri y-ara •. -tart-rt
fiom Kllaa'*h on Au* 2 an. w* aup
to b- on hl varatlon. While h
iway lil* a, <-outu* were -umloatl,
an.l Ihe -hoetaa- wa* dUravrrtd.
I1i:< \t THE* MKHK HHKiKH *
Hat Boa and Pip- llrnuaht rater
I.ondon. CM —A allk hat ho*, pur
chaatd In London about ten year, *o. by
Paul Kruger, wa* add ai auction to-day
Thera wa, keen -omt—lltlor for poealon
of th- ha* bo*. Which flnallv r-aIU-l f
A pipe at one time used by Mr. Kruger
breught it lua.
WELCOMED BY THOUSANDS.
(||f*lell ((a* f'! tin%tn*t l*n II } Ite
*ehr<l In (llaers—l xplMiued the
t on v ration 4 nII.
Hhim*#kln Pa < t 9 Pr* “blent Mit V
eii of the l nil* and Mm. Workers w >
ame her#- 10-luv to tak- |•. r r tn lab
*lemmtration, wu wel*onie| in most
enthu* c inner by t.i* thousands <if
striking mine wukrr* in this # Hon ©f
Die BiCiiylkill vw|!*> The city wi- pr.e
fusely •)*■* ortii'*l and ill the store# an*l
other buialness hti>*: In th* vicinity
.•}*sed at Iniori. and tlwni#* in*D of |>#'o|*c
rne ftom surrouinling t"Wt••* to take part
it the parad*-. .n*l t* listen I** Mr Mitch
ril’w s|H'r* ; at a tua-' mee mg, which
wo- h**,*l after the para*!*
The |Mtn I* “Carted it 2 o’cksrk
from tir east end of Hhanioklti, and fully
•?.**' wer- fti line When the pro
n reached th# S'cdk-i - an*l
monument, where th* rim meet I tig wa
ll* WI. a lug* row*l had ilr*alv n#s**mbied
thet# ti hear th© labor pr#*skh-nt ?*•* ak
Pr#*sklent Mlt‘h II wn-* ••nthuslastirally
r*-* • :v. and w n he u • !* ad.lr• th* ti
m av* ll* #i"k'- of t • • nthu*ln*m
l:?plav#d bv th*- men throughout tin* an
thru. Hr strtk* region m l went lnt> the
d:nation as It now stand** In referring
*• tic prospe. live ending of the ttllke,
“Every other strike that lias token place
in the unthra* )*#* region ha Iteeti and lur
ed off hy vour •ftl *-r- Heretofore, when
men went on Mrlk* they t< main* and tail for
n tlni* and then tile chief ete iillv# or
the Executive B .ard de lured th* strtk*-
fT wirhout consult.tig th# wishes of th**
trik#r- I w tut to say. a- I have said
befor** . that thl*- etrlk*- will never end un
til the min* rs. through d*l#gats in con
vention. end il for theimo-lvr#
• We have called n **onv*ntlon nnd you
men are lnvlt***| to sen#! l#*|egates there.
You ore Invltel to |a-s judguicfit on the
oi*e##*iis' proiwiMltion. If v*u Itelleve ttiat
they s e in kmh| faith. |f you bellev* 19
per cent to Is* eicaigti. Jf you believe
that they will |av the p |*r cent, for
a y#*fir, then you #nuNi de.-ide whether t*>
return t#i work On the other ha ltd |t >mi
rej* t th#* offer nnd continue #in
.Irttm Mitchell will bn then* to hep you
“I do not expect that this one s#rlk*
will eradicate nil th f wrongs from which
you sit ft* r Ido not believe that the mc
cumillation of forty years of Injustice can
)e wi|>ed out nt on*'#*, hut I do believe
that you have established an nrgunixatkun
her© that with each succeeding yewr wlil
give you Improved conditions of employ
JOHNSON WAS UP AGAIN.
Many #*f Ills f mrlns!*>ns as to
t hecks ((ere ltea#*hrd by De
New York Oct 9 Hearing In proceed
ings for the removal of J F . E II and
\V T Gaynor and Benjamin D Greene,
to the jurtadl'Hon of the Fnltd fttate*
frtur# hi Georgia, w a*. conttnu©| to-#li>
toe fore ('ntTunlulonsr Hhiekfts The rr*e*-
#xamlngtion of Edward Johnson, expert
i*aik examiner from Ge*>rgia, was re
In the course of the cross-examination
counsel pomi<*d out. to witness a miinl>**r
>f *Ms**r#*puV‘ les tti the entries of t coiMits
produced yesterday. Oil March S.
for instance, there woe <kpoMtrd to r#|M
r’arter's account |7.t>( It wa not until
March 14 that John F tJaynor cashed
i g#)v‘rnment check for $32,900 payment
on a *#Hitra©t. Mr JohiiMd lilm***l that
the $7 (#• was Carter's share of th#* ©heck,
but f'oukl not give anv t*.#e*ri for tils
having received It eleven lay* in a*l
value. It w j after tar discovery of five
or six such ln#taii* es that Johnson r* -
pea:**l hie >at* rncnl tiia? many of his
cone I u skiti s w*r arrived ai by *l**lu
Tin* aftern<s>n session tu* tak**ti ii| with
<ltiestins ami answers %vhi*h referrcil to
th#* tnbib *d statement:' complied by Mr
Johnson sln the court-martial of Capt.
t’after The statement were -üblivUl- and
into nine "divleioti-.“ The witness all**d
tlieni “divisions’’ hecau*#* #-.i*h ref*rr*i
t the money received fr##m the
m#ni for a particular contra* t.
With th© uid <►# an .*ounlant. counsel
t#M>k up the llvb ns. |ieni by item, an*!
the witnesf* explain'd hi* theory nnd
traced each sum named through different
looks sikd brokers to the original govern
men check mad© out t* John l‘. Gaynor
for the eonsSr ncfioti company.
Th#* hearing will b# r# ! itn©*f to-morrow
BIVIKITI|KI.Ki THIN 1111.1,.
(greed #* Hy llofli Houses of the
krn#Hi*k> l*#*ulsla #ti re.
Frankfort. Ky o. t. 9 —B#>th houses o'
the Kentucky legislature held a nigh# ses
sk># to-night and passed hy practically
unanimous vote an agreement to ad* # ih *
minority elrrtbai bill, over which the H©n
ate a#ul ll#*us© iia<l Th#* llffer
epees between th** houses were se#||ed by
a conference committee to-day. The Ken
atc bill ms i#Kr#**d u|s>n wi’l If© taken up
In the lloiiec to-tnorrow. It subdliu#©*
Ihe 01l law In fore© • the time th* (io *
Ih*l law was ena <©d
AFTER (111,1.1##% (IftFN.
Texas It e| a Ist Dtin Papers lint for
Roeftvefeller, I Irnilrr nnd Others.
Hi. Ixxuls. M*>.. (ci 9 BrqutsKl n pa
lers. Issue#! by Gov. Bayers of Texas.
w©r* served o#i Gov. HrtO*ev*!t lirr<* to
day for the ©xiradltlon of John D. Bs ke
f# Iter. Henry M. Flag!* r atul other Mt md
•rd Oil men for alleg<*| vhdation of th f *
atiti-trust law f Texa
G#v Roosevelt sal*! h* coukl not act on
the requisition as long as he is out of the
state *f New York, its be | t** hnl. ally*
n*>t Governor, lie saii he wdi lo*k into
#h* case when h#* returns io New York.
VtOFHN FM.ll. DEKOR (LI/.FD.
Hrlllsh <o In win llsil ntt Encounter
With Dr (tef.
I/>n#l#m. O't. 10.—The Times publish©#
the f.illowlng dlv (Match from V rede fort.
Orange Rlvrr Polony:
“The British column hnl a thr#* days’
fight, from Oat. &to Oct 7. Inclusive. wLu
#©n De We9‘ nuntnanilo of I.W© men
and five funs It t#ok place In a verita
h!e sea of mountaina near here. TA©
casualties were slight."
Prisoners at at. Ilrlrna.
Island of fit Helena. Oct 9 —The Brit
ish transport Idaho landed about two
hundred Boer prisoners her© yesterday.
Gen CYonJe and the other Boer prianner*
are preparing a big ce.ebrstlon of Paul
Kruger a birthday to-morrow.
DAILY $( A YEAR,
f. DENTS A ftsY
WEEKLY : TIMES A WEEK $1 A YEAR
nf.lhn th (t tin (did, t,srr tiih
\(\ (i. ni %tio>.
MAJORITY ARE FOR A CHANGE.
FI ttTHF.It *| N%r% OF THR (X9AITN
IN |tl HF (I (11$;,
l nM Nnevry Kiprrla ((111 f ondact
the ((rk—Flmml llcpnrt of the
Hoard ((111 (nalt the Reaalta.
Ikb I* Hnwtfil U ilhoul Itel My.
4 Inim Is Made I tint I hnrle|ti lias
(*l % no# Mgrs Over Port ll*vnl—lt la
(\ ushtngtofi. D (V. o*t 9 Before thw
Bodge# # hihinl. detailed #*i tnv* #uig it© ths
pr* t Hi and trail.-Or of th© #iavul station
fi**## IVwt Royal to Pli.irleston. makes Its
fbuil tfpon, a further survev if the codst.
i>oi)i at rha r lest on and Port Royal, will
have to b© in .|. This Information wa
obtain*'! at th# tittv v department i*>-laY
ftom Rear Admiral EndUott. chief .if tha
Bur*au of ( ards and I#• ks Beret ary
Isaig statel al-o that he is inxlnus to
hav*© the board submit Its report without
delav. aid h* has oddr#-sed a nite to
Rwir Admiral lt**lg. rs. presklent of tfte
Iwvird. in th if eff* #
It Is praettra L lefermin##d. as his been
previous!) *4 a ted in th* se <!ispu?rhes. that
a major!!' of the burd favor the trans
fer *f #h** station ft*m Pmi Ibiyal to
Pharh-Mon, nnd wh#ll the fliml rer.*r# is
framel It wl:| contain m latlon
to tha# effect. Technically, no conclusion
has b# ♦ n flnallv reached, ow ing to n #le
slr#* on the iwrl of ih** -r*l t*i obtain
further lnf#irmati*in * <>i'# rning the cvast
mar harleston. and al**# m: Port R>yal,
which Is to form part of the n port
The n*ft)lti<Mial survey Is ta tie d>ne by
the ■ oast survey experts, an#l M Is under
**#n*si that they *-an h-u iiv complete tha
wmk before the 1 t©r pnr# of November,
and ihe proha Mil tlep are that the reort
# f the hoard may not tic p o e| tn tha
hands of the Bn ietary if ihe Navy be
fore D 1 At least, that |* the best
JiKlem# n# ©f Bear Admiral Enrilcott.
H*iin* of ih- naval officewho fyave |n
(*est|gaf#Ml the *>ubje#-t say they cannot
un<l#*istand why Pori Royal w.i- origl
#*'l> selected *- a stie for a naval st
li#Hi. They admit that It has an abun
dance >f water, bill they declate #hat It D
Indefensible In time of war. and was so
prove#, during the civil war. Gen Beau
regard who was probably the beat en
gineer In the Houthern army, pronoun cad
It an undesirable pla * for such a sta
> i mn.
Dn the other hand naval officers regard
Charleston a# thoroughly defensible, and
they point to the la’terS record dur nf
the (( ar of th# .^4fates Th© rejiort. ti is
underwte©#!. will pul strongly and r©n
'•luslvely all the gKsl and bad points of
>aitn places, and It is relieved that
harh 'ion * advantag ; outweigh Fort
Royal’s several foil.
9% 11,1. INnPF# T ’I HE NITFN.
Naval snf liirl#le Ulilng # harlratnn
Ihelr (lien Don.
Washington. #.•# 9 Ibiritigs are about
to is- begun by th# naval authorities on tha
point* under • o#islderiikiti for the new
naval e#a||on at I'harbston All of #ha
sl#*s uinlrr cousid*raiiai are loMf#*d near
the #’ii> Park, and adjacent to the river.
On* ©# them Is known a*> “The Point."
There Ih asi to amp.** depth of water
for n station at any on#* of the points be*
( FnsELN (TIM. (|INNING.
(•real Dnma M ((rough# hy the
Herts In New fotindland.
H#. John’s, N. F , Od. 9.—According to
ri#rts from Hi. Plerie, ftsvrutren fishing
v -.els that were of> lating ort th© <irand
Bank* during the gal# of Hpt. 12 ore
• tilt #nl ing. with cr* Ws aggregating over
A nutnlsr #f other ve.*els tha# have ar
rived here within the last few days have
reported the loss of one to seven men
each. Tt© fatality li*l will proimbly ex
re# #1 3UO
Berious disaster has visit©l a numhrr ot
Newfoundlad fishing hnrbora. Burin. o#i
the west rl'le of Pla* • mla Bay, 10.--
Ing thirty-five m n.
ROT at ill: (Hill T IT.
Harper Thinks Hiss Defenlinch Ha/
N##t He Den#!.
Toronto. On#.. Oct. 9.—-Assistant Su
preme It ing* r Harper of the Independent
Order of Foresters. In whch Miss Defen
imch of Chicago was insured, wild to-day
that the order's agenUi In Chicago wer#
ii#4 certain that Miss liefentniih had
actually *ii**i It might ye# turn out. hw
s.iid. that #h* rase was one of substltu
ti#n. and hat th© body * remat#*d was not
that id the young woman upon whose lifa
the policy wi* originally taken.
11l BOND 1*1.((.I I. NPHEADIdG.
lirrontina I’.phlemle In (fnny llovn
In#k>n. tKd. 19.—-"Bubotilc plague,**
say* a dispatch to (he D#U) Mali from
Bombay, "la becoming epsd<*mlc In many
dlltrk't* of the ilomtMiy presidency.
Alarming Increase* are reported from
P<*o#m #ni lleigsuni. while the coast
lorts ar© Infected.
’The cotton crops hav#' withered In Ah
nvdnagar nn*l Biftapttr districts in conse
quence of the drought.
I'lnuur Is Is ((ales.
Washington. Oct. t Burgeon General
Wyman of the Marine Hoepital Service
has re#*elv#*#l a dispatch frm Aa<ls#ant
Burgeon John K. Anderson at Liverpool
saying that Ihrr<*4i4v*# been a death 'ran
plug##© at IJindaff, mar Cardiff. Wales.
Th© ca##* was import*d ©n the st#amer
WILL DIMM Ml MILITIA.
Orders Published That Will Affect
About 50.000 Men.
London. Oct. 9 —The British War Office
has published orders that the hulk of the
militia regiment* called out for sendee
during the South African war are to be
disbanded. This will affect about BC.OO