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ALTGELD TO YALE STUDENTS.
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THl'** t " tI.T RHCBIVBO.
ri( |, n>rr l liable to l.ntn Kn
r •> l* r " all "••*•* lip
' . limit With the Political
ilr Dny—Mannpollrß ami
Iln.r a TrudfUf) to Df.
r j, | ualnnd tlcalrrd the I ailed
l„ t iintrol tkf Phlllpplara
...,. c <hr Ooalaaln This (tan.
lU'tn, Conn . Oct. W—Th* Yale
, iub held lie first rally of
;n to-night. with ex-Gov. John
" , 11 of Dlinol*. aa tha principal
The affair aat a great auccaaa.
j’ ~. Mall, with a capacity of :.MO.
* ~v I to Ita utmoat and hundreds
, le to gain adml.slon Mr. Alt
... In part, aa followe:
ft *• '
V v, f v lyitfin of iwernmant, or
( %r iiN.lui'try, or ~‘ 'onomlt, i , which
>N , „n an over hi®
i reMi •• bottom on the prtn
f ' 0 force. whllo every i.wtem which
1 , . j.jti p> nil men on n ©qua I foot*
* r * f , .on the higher |rlnclp4e of Jue*
“ ‘ j x ok the worU thoutanih of
w 1,, foinvl a fotrtmmeni on ih©
■■pie of equality.
- . 4 ..|lica thnt arc devouring the
j;# . , of our piopla all rest on the
, of might. They stand on ad
: Hivemeyar, the president of the
trust, liodly told a Congressional
iVr.r I •-# tha* tho tariff was the mother
rt „. of tha truata; that the tariff
Ml * .vail around tho country and kept
„y (o!’lKii gn-at*. Then the home mnr.-
got together and put all ##-
■j ..rnietitr making tha Mlw article
u . : ~no m.inigemcnt. and they had u
F i , • ' They hod the people at their
~ ..ft could arbitrarily mark up the
~-4. f (heir good* from 10 to W# per
\o he raid. "If you break down
.. wall then foreHtn-mede good* will
alth the iruat*. and the ,nonop
iv'll he destroyed"
;-■•,* pi position re.ma self-evident and
(> 4 .or reel, then clam- logtrlailon hue
~, , ~| Mini of the truata and rlaaa In
■n the administration of low hoe
ci . possible the crewtlor of olhera.
mat the irurta of t.*-day are the
x. . lie children of Hamilton: ihe tariff
t** !.**. protect the weak Million* of
H per In vorers hove been brought |n to
f.v tl, miner and the shop*.
Be vi are told that our exports et
- our imporia during Ihe la>t four
><4- tn over SI.GMMWi.Od). Hn d that this
,*•. .*** prosp.rtty. Aa tf thl* could
esc vote for making our young men
!, dent* nnd lowering the otetiia of
tse Ann rltan people.
I..mere Vnelnl flalnt.
i It occurred to you that monopoly
1 n the social statua of the American
f- (1 and lerrena their atdlliy to gj
.i tiielr children? Equal opportunity
B’.'ii • -dhl* the thousands of cluraslon
i. lu lons In this country. With the
i tlon of equal opportunities they
if i.le from the Innd, and many pro.
i rs must fade with ihem. Because the
I- j|>|. nill not be able to educate thuir
/•(in .u they do now.
mere fact that some trust mag
■i may give a few mtllioeva of stolen
ci ' v to rime college, cannot keep the
I* • who are doing the work of America
ln-m -Biking down to a lower plane If
si t ■ tsd.ea continue
T:' law 1 >okii upon monopolies as
.'Miami!. In addition, we have on our
. Book what 1* called the Sherman
•i •: i-t law. which fixes severe penal
fur forming a monopoly. But It la a
..I ter berauee the uilmlr.tati at ion Will
-I force It.
" * irurta have absolutely controlled
i [ministration. At present we ere in
h - tjHilon: We must rep -al such leg
flitlrn aa breeds monopoly, nnd we mua;
ui ,n honest enforcement of the law
i•. i■; monopoly.
tn, triisrs take a hand In politics,
furnish Mark Hanna the millions
-rupllon funds with which to de
an ; the election- and continue thl* nd
r (ration In power. Bo fur us 1 can
•- every great monoftoly In America |
- -tiorting thh administration. Even
i'ge.l Democratic stockholders In the
F. : i oilcan Ice trust of New York city
■ ■ i alnsi our platform and did not like
/ fornlblste. The men who delauich
I'. 1 1 11 lon who pollute the eiream of Jus
' • ire shouting for McKinley.
rne n*k this question: Is there an
sr.b'.lui'nt man In the land who believes
r t If Ihe Inada succeed in earrylr.g thl*
•> ion. ilmt ihon th*> trusts will tie dc
i- rot s partisan question It Is a
• l of self-presen a tlon. Shall the
' itei run the government at Wash
'd , or shall the people who do th*
'k of this .trunlry astaln take charge
’ rne remind you that amid all the
ion. amid all the mlsrepresenta
no innri has yet srlsen who had the
i lo ueecrt that th Irusts and
ndb airs could control William J.
• first Impulse of the administration
• Dewey had stink tha Spanish fieri
*• to have him com* away. Then It
- r< and ihe Idea of keeping one Isl
■l it consulted Dewey as to which
most detdrnble. It asked partlc
nl out coal and other mineral
Me advised It to keep Luzon.
British ambassador went to the
nt. nnd hnd two long Interviews
ALL DAY SUNDAY
*he Thoncht About n Pood Tbnt
" nld Auprr With Hrr.
'n urn a turn | appetite for rich and !m
- food i really kept alive by the
i'h food*, wherear a chinfe to
h ‘ nourlffhlnif. and relentin -ally
} will correct the unnatural ap*
' little woman tip at
Maruar t Smith. V O. flox 19.1.
v * >oh n euffercr from dyencpsla
"a * a burden. I could ha-ullv
' n atin nil eorta of not try,
f “1 other rich foods, although
' • arreo with me, i.*r In fact did
' of food. 1 became low-rpirtted
ournKfd. waa too weak to work
' r\ troubled with palpita*
.y nied to malt* me wrse rother
,? ‘ r A friend one day: 'I
-Nuts food wouM cure you.*
fr ,'' :f "’ that tfuit fond was mak* with
• m ** r ;,r, d Intended for the oreven-
' I relief of diseases that were
1,1 ”* by Improper food
f . ' v iS Sjttirloy nticht, and all day
5 k ’ ' * thinking about drape-Nuts
f . . ( ? thlna Momlay mornina I sent
f ' 1 bad It In my mind that
4Wa . look like nuts, and was
r *"* when I found It had to he
! h a However. I followed
t' ns nnd nrode a me.il of Orar**-
nilik. whi<’h I found to be de'l
•l * r the first time In months 1
•1 no ttletff'ss after e.itlnjj
rr ' Tl ‘ 'fj-nn to fee! hopeful that I
ur, *‘l at Inst. Since that day I
*"< i' 1 r,r ap.. Nut# constantly, mom
-1?,,, , n! *ht and have steinllly Improve
* (| , !. 1 <m, d now Inm as well as I ever
f W.j n my ,lf * * Wf ' , *b o pounds more
rf , ( 1 1 vear ano, have no palpitation
, f " ar< *od can work all day lonir.
w !th ’ r 1 have drape-Nuts mixed
i , n , f I make my dlrtner
hf.,, K,n d of rood I desire One of tho
foo*s J 1 ** about this cure by proper
+jf .v 1 n o longer have any desire
I j. „ J’lrestlblA rubbish of which
wfrth him. rn which he urnei the president
to keep all of the Islands; not to make
th* m n port of this republic, but to keep
them as colonies, to follow in the wnke
of Encland and other Kuropean nations
and entobiuh colonies. The prreat lmlnl>-
t rot lon journals of the fount ry reported
thes# Interviews and tn tlamini; headline*
o!d us that Kncland loved us so much,
in her generoatty she was wlillnc > have
us keep all of the Islands, |( his *in- e
i dfvelpd that about that time. Germany
! wanted to buv tin* Philippine Islands of
I S|sn The German government is . des
potic government nnd can mve subjects.
England did not want Germany for a
j reigbbor in the flouth srt a She could not
control the invitcy of Germany as she
J could that of America; she could not con
trol German wt-ttesmen as she could
i American politicians Thf refore, if she
could no? have tne islands herself, she pre
ferred they should he held by n country
in which her Influence was dominant.
‘'lmmediately thereafter the syndicates
of this country united and urged the
President to keep the Islands. Then the
whole policy of the admin Is (ration was
changed; and. to the amazement of our
l*eople, the administration started out to
do that which only a few months before
it had declared to he too horrible to even
think of. that which it hid declared to
be n crime.
' n Question of F*apnn!on.
"There is tin question of extension be
fore ih* American pe ile. my friends.
Were It |rofosed to naks the PillolOo
citizens of this republic, to extend to
them our Declaration of Independence and
our Constitution. It would present an a.
tlrefy different qtiestion Good men might
differ upan the wl*d-*m of such n step,
but that Is not the proposition. The men
who te|| you that It Is a parallel case to
previous arts of our government are sup
pressing the trtch When w annexed th.>
great country west *,f the Mississippi,
when we annexed Plot Ida. when we an
nexrd New M* xico and California, even
when we got Alaska. It was provided that
the territory* should form n Integral part
of the republic, and that the Inhabitants
of the territory should become citizens of
this republic, and they dIJ not object. In
all of these cases we did eypatul; that was
growth We were true to the basic prin
ciples of our government We extendrsl
the blessing* of our constitution to more
people Hut In this cose we do not pro
pose to expand, we do not propose to In
crease the citizenship of the United
States; w© are pot proceeding in harmony
with the basic principles of our govern
m nt; we are going to govern according
fo the basic principles of the Spanish gov
ernment and of the other despotic govern
i nnvlitulien Endangered.
"A now construction of the constitution
has mode its appearance, intended to de
stroy It: and that is. that hnn
unlimited and unrestrk ted powers wi*
respect to acqutre*l territory, nnd tarot,
therefore, our government can la- u re
public here and a despotism there, that
Ihe constitution does not follow th** tin
Congre*© Is born of h< constitution; all
Its flowers are limited ami specified; It
has no power except what Is axpres.dy
given It; It draws Its salary, it gets Its
right to vote from the itmstltution Its
wuo> existence depends upon the consti
tution, yet we are told that when ones
in existence It rise© Above th# eon titu
tion and Is great, r than the constitution
Your great educational Institution near
this city has, during Its whole career,
taught that no man (tin lift him f over
a fence by pulling at his shoe straps. Hut
the existence of organised grco.l of this
country, the hunger for rommi'slon* in
the army, the hung.-r for army contracts,
for Kn.it govcrnm.-ntftJ root ra ts, for con
trol of shipping and umas.lng of great
fortunes out of the government and out
of the *w<*nt of the American peopt*. I ■
brought forth a doctrine whereby If Is
proposed that a congress born of the con
stitution. standing on the constitution,
editing Its very breath from the constltu
i*ai. is to lift itself ovr the limitations*
which the constitution haw p'aeAd around
II by simply pulling at Its boot strap*
% Ware of ( nrnipifon.
"Dining the Ijt quarter of a century
a wave of corruption has spread over our
land, debauching C'ongre**. comiptin *
state legislatures and miking our treat
city governments absolutely venal. In
spite of their vicllance. In splt* of grard
Juries nnd courts, the Anvrtran people
have been robbed urnler their eves. New.
U is proposed to send some of these t !:-
tlcians over to give goml go.ert mcnt to
the new r*olonle. as if n ehort *trip aerbs
salt water would to transform Ihe Ameri
can politician as to make him n ralnt on
those 1.-lands when he was a scoundrel at
home "A continuation of this reginv can
only have otte result. It must bring
shame and dishonor upon our people. The
law of gravitation his never yet admit
ted of an exception, and the history cf
all attempt In thi world to govern for
eign countries by carpet baggeia from the
dominant state, everywhere tells th© Mm*
’’The principal Is at fault. The principal
of brute force Is twin sister to eorrtip
iton. They have c.une hsnd-tn-hand and wn
the age*. They will go hamJ-fn-hnnd until
the final tnum|h of justice and ©quality
shall drive them from the earth."
Gov. Altgetd was forced to hold an In
formal re* option before leaving the hall.
He was cheered by tne students who of
fered up the Yale cheer In his honor.
HKTTBII 1% TIIK t'Ol VITUS.
Liberals finlned Twn Hnri* <pl,
lytndon, Oct. 11, 3:30 a m —The Liberals
have been doing far belter In the coun
tie* In the parliamentary general elec
tion* than In the boroughs. Yesterday
they gained two more seal*, thus equal
izing the party gain*. The Ministerial*
Ist* ond the opposition have now gained
27 seats each.
Sir llenry Campbe||-Bann< rmnn has
Seen elected for Stirling hurrnugh. rc~rlv-
Ing 2.715 vote*. as against 2,0*5 cast for hlr
Id hernl Cnlonl*! oppom nt. Col I>uk
In the thrt*-<ornered light In South Dub
lin. .1 .Moon*'y. Irish N itlonallst. ousiel
the Conservative memlier. Hon. Horace tJ
Plunkett, whoa* candidacy was also op
posed by Mr. Ball, another Conaerv.ttlve.
The Ministerialists now hold i'.7 seal*
and the opposition 30f.
Sir Campbail-Bmnerman, ad
dressing hts supporters after the (soil hail
been declared, said he was satisfied with
the rrsult. considering the state of the
register and the "most disadvantageous
circumstance* for an elect ion that Ingen
ious government could tlevis*.'’
lll'.gOt'HATir l-TKI.D DAY.
It,illy of All lnbs t ailed for to Take
Place on Del. 2T.
Chicago, Oct. 10.—A mil wtM be isauesi
to-elay by the Democratic National Com
mittee for a ''grain! rally" on Oet. 27 of
all the Democratic clubs throughout the
country. The day will be set apart as a
Democratic field day.
Chairman Jones of the National Com
mittee sold to-day:
"I Intend to addresa a letter to ths
Democratic clubs all over the couniry re.
qototlng them to Rtv* me the proor it,
nil Instance# that come within their
knowledge, of employer# undertaking t >
now some men in Ohio for the puryn-'
of ascertaining the condition* there. 1 h“y
are Intelligent men. who are dose ob
servers. and I hAve instructed them to
report carefully what facts they discover.
Our p*opl< t nr* thoroughly to t
danger In thle direction a,el are determ
ined to have an honest election
Deoth at Thomas* Hie.
Thomasvllle. Oa.. Oo*. 10-Ul
died last night In Ihl* nity at Uv home
of bl sister, Mis. Cap*. i-e* w
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. OCTOBERII. 1000.
WANTED TO CALL HANNA OFF.
4 HS ATOH XrOTT RRLICmCO TO
Illtr. \U Tlir YKW4 lit HIM.
The Senator's Heart I'alled Him nnd
Hr Wrote tlir f linirntnn a l.efter.
Hut llunnn llua lot let Slopped
Talk tag— Stiine I anisines© Is %lso
Felt tMer the Itrsiilt of (iov. Itoose-
elf's Tnnr I hrouitlt the West.
Washington, I). C*. Ot. 10.—Unless
Mark Hanna Is a better actor than a pub
lic speaker be 1* displaying unmistakable
ev|d* nce* of stage fright in the
flomc of the most conser\*atlve arwl loyal
members of the grand old party ofvnly
confess that Senator H.inna and Gov.
Iloosfult aro a p*>. Itlve mw.ace to Mo
Klnley Instead of a’.ding strength to the
tl-ket. The Injudicious utterances of
rage and d!s. omfittir© at the perceptible
growth of Bryanlsm, is a subject of unl
versa! regret in Republican circles.
While in New York a few days ago, I
met several of the campaign managers nt
Republican headquarters. There tho ques
tion under comihration was how to In
due© Mr. ll.inna to restrain his desire to
Indulge in stump speaking on every oc
< aslon and frequently without prepiratlnn
or consbkriug what effect his statement#
will have upon the campaign. There Is
rot a man at headquarters who puesena©*
th© r qubit© nerve or assurance to go
boldly up to Mr. Ihtnrn and tell him that
h© would better serve th© Interests of his
party by retiring to th© bickgrourd f* r
th© rest of the campaign end coniine his
efforts to the management of the practi
cal buslncf details of the canvass.
Wonted to Fall Him MI.
The situation became so serious fr*n
days ago that a consultation between cer
tain members of tn© National Committee
w H held w ith av. w to cl© ting some me
to delicately but distinctly notify Mr.
lianim. that while his intentions wer© w©il
meant, the results of blunt sledge
hammer blows aimed t the common ene
my were not calculated to Increase the
ft was difficult to secure ;i volunteer
to go upon such 1% dangerous mission. Af
ter much delib* ration, tienat->r Scott of
West Virginia, consented to break the
news gently nnd discreetly to Mr. Hanna,
it was suggestd that Senator B’ott in
cidently r fer to the abject th© next time
h© met th© chairman of tho National
Committee. When the litter again ap
peared at New York headquarters h** was
so w*dl pleased with the outlook and ap
parently satisfied with his personal ef
fort© r* th. ©tump that Senator ?*coft **
ter sufficient courage to tell tho command
ing general what th© members of his ©toff
actually though: of their i*hlef as a fjpcll
blraler. Aft Mr. Hanna started West
Senator Bcott prepare*! a diplomatic let
ter etnbru* ing the delicate subject sand
wiched in between other matters relating
to the campaign. It Is understood this Im
iiortMnr communication was forwarded to
Mr. Hanna. Whether or not It ever reach
ed him a subject for conjecture, fo**
it appears that the chairman of the Re
publl< an National Commute * Is still run
ning at large over the Western prairie®,
with the bridle off. headed for South Da
kota to trot a few heats with his old sen
atorial antagonist, the erratic and vitup
llttosevelt it Disappointment.
It Is no secret in New York that the
Republican managers are sadly disap
pointed. if tot utterly disheartened, by
the ridiculous performance# in the West
of Rousev. It and hi© Rough Rider combi
nation. It Is freely asserted that hun
dreds of voters who were ready to Idol!*®
<so\ Roosevelt lefor© seeing him. basing
iheir d©vo:*on upo t ihe reputation which
preceded him. allowed tinur enthusiasm
to languish and d:e after seeing him and
listening to one of hls characteristic
am pa lan speech©- A prominent railroad
man from the West remark’ and that for a
long time he had been a personal admirer
of Gov. Roosevelt.
“Al * brush I ho 1 never met him." he
said. "I had heard of him and read of his
r markable achievements I wc t*o much
Impressed, by his courage, ability and
general qualities In dealing with public
affair-* that I was ready to whoop It up
for him to b* President or for any other
office to which he might aspire Recent
ly I attended on© of bis meetings in our
-to*© and I must confess I waa thoroughly
and sen chanted by his peculiar mannerisms,
his •-rrutic statements, and hi® total lack
of je'rsonnl magnetism. ll© may be a
great and able man. but he did not Im
prees me n.* such when 1 Inst met him,
and I am ©aft* in saying that more than
half of that vast audience w* of the
Koroon.t* nl I.Hilo Vnlu,*.
DolltDol forwmnti ind pr/'llrtlono In
the piwiit r impalin roof Hill* valiß
it thl* iimrlotl. It In i-onfWkd. hntvovor,
Mi.it tho KopnMlrtn' hv no: thu* fnr
maifo tlio rnoct of tho fvor*bt* orpor
mnltl. o for m 1 - r—offoroil th< m by rtlst-
In* rowlltton*. Tho ov<r-i'<Mill.l.nei* tn
M' Klnloy'o ••lo tion oxiro*o..l by tho rnnk
iin.l |||, of tho purty Immodtutoly *fi.r
tho I'hlU'lolphln oonv.-ntlon hit* <ltir
-(•oar. il and a forlirz of fonr that a Bryan
HAal mvp I* thrratonl porva.Vo thoßo
puhll.tan hooMhohl. Mark Hanna hao rtt
r<E'(o.l alarm nlpna!* to bo aoumicl from
every r.it/h towor.
Mere In Wi*htn*ton tho friend* of h
a,linlnlhiration an- creally ill*turt>o<l at
tho (mrcefittblo InrTaono In Bryan'*
alrenath. *ml on tho quiet they are t|a-
I to crltlelxe alth o> verity Benator
Mauna'o mana> ment of tho eamiwlitn.
TniE IIIM. KIIIMT TIU.IR.
The l ate Will Me Tried In t Ireult
Court ut Orlando.
Orlando. Fla,. Oct. 10.—Tho grand Jury
yesterday found a true bill against W. A.
Tllil*. who M charged with the murder of
J.Kfph Prevail at Geneva a f*w wc*k* (
ago. Circuit Court Is now In session and
th* case will come on for trial to-mor
The unfortunate affair occurred at the
home of Mr. Tilll* on the evening of Aug
]< Inst. He hid Just sail'd himself with
tit* family at their supper table, when a
till came from th" gate. THU* wrnt out
nnd found Joseph and J, M. Prevail,
brothers, on horseback. An altercation
-an-owJ and the three mlxid up While
Tlllla waa entertaining one brother, th*
other dealt him a blow op the neck with
a club and then on called to the other
“shoot him" He got away from them.'
ron Into hi* house, seized hi* gun anil
returned. With on* barrel h put a charge
of bu kshot Into Joseph Prevatt nnd with
the other a 100. lof hlrdshot Into the
brother. J.w.pti Prevatt waa Instantly
Two or three date* were eet for a prelim
inary hearing, but th* <-aae was postpon'd
from time io time until now ws*n the
grand Jury Hnd* a bill for murder. The
trial premises some Interesting develop
ments The men were neighbors and had
:.een for years. Hut It Is understood that
they bad not been on good terms for iho
Last t Uhl Hon W. 8. Jennings, Y> mo
cralie candldste for governor; Hon. Itob
, rt W. Davis, cnndhlatr for re-ole/tlon to
rVvngresa. and lion. M. 1.. Williams. < tn
dtdate for (.reetdenllal elector, and W. S.
Sheats. cir.dl.late foe superintendent of
i hoot.’addressed the citizen* of this place
, t •(,. opera house They arrived at 7
o'clock over Ihe Beabogtd Air Idne. havlnt
already spoken at Wlldwo.d in Ihe fotv
r.oon and la*e#burg In the aflernorai. thus
Piling three appointments In the sans gay.
i i tom hero they went to Kieoimme*
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
What miffortnsr frorpantljr rosulta
from a mother’* ionoranec; or more
frequently from a mot Ivor’s neglect to
properly in*tru<*t hrr dauphtrr !
Tradition sa_v “woman must *nf>
for,” and younr women aro o taught.
There ia a little truth and a groat deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman fcuilrrs severely she nerds
treatment, and her mother should we
that she get* it.
Many mother* healtnte to take their
daughter* to a phr*ician for examina
tion ; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely ..bout her daughter or
herM-tf to Mr*. I’inkham and secure
the raopt efticient ndv:ee without
charge Mrs. I'inkhaui't. addreas ia
Mrs. August Pfalzgraf. of South
Heron, YVls., mother of the young’ lady
whose portrait we hen- puiiiish. wrote
Mrs. I*l nkhatn in .Tunuarv. IWO, saying
her daughter had suffered for two
year* with irregular menstruation
had headache nil the time, and pain iu
her *ide, feet swell, aud was generally
miserable. Mrs. Pink ham promptly
replied with adviee. and under date of
March. liW*. the mother write* again
that Lydia E. Ptnkhara's Vegetable
Compound cured her daughter of all
pains and irregularity.
Nothing in the world equal* Mr*,
rinkhais's great medicine for regu
lating mjnuu'i peculiar monthly
BRYAN TO MEIKLEJOHN.
(Conllnt'M from Flr®t Page.)
ami approved, ftibject to th© action af
mad© war tliat in regard to arttcl© 10 re
lating to ©lavery.
"You ran hut know, hozraver, that ©ln©©
the I*r©®l*lent pent tho© in®, rurtlon®, t.‘i©
Repuhlimn party, with th© approval of
th© ntlmim®traM'<n, lui© adopted th© the
ory that th© Constitution doe© not follow
th© flag and, therefore, fh© Thirteenth
amendment doe not Interfere with ©lav
ery In th© 6ulu archipelago.
“The Porto Rican law a**©rt® the dor
trine that the prvjpl© of Porto Rico are
beyond th© protection of th** conatltutkm
anl dsn t>© governed by the arbitrary anti
unreal rallied power of th© I*refldeni and
Congree® If tY© r'institution Itfeelf can
not reach Ihe Wert Indirt, how can th©
Thirteenth Amendment find tl® way n ro.®
the Pacific Into Asia? The Preaident <kr®
not reptHllate Article IS, which rea<t® a®
follow® 'The United State® will give full
protection to th© ? iltfin and hl auhjects
1f .my foreign nation should attempt to
Imp©*© upon them ’
"In view of the fa-*t that the Pr©ldent,
In hi® letter of a'i©r4onre. der.eret* It
dirgerota® for it® to acre© to protect a
Chrhrtlan republic In the Philippine Izl
arwl®. would it not he ale- for him to
withdraw the agreement to protect a Mo
hammedan Island'* The agreement doe#
not repudiate Article 14. which reads n*
follow®: 'The United Atatcn will not sell
the Utarxl of flulu or any other ishind of
the Bulii ar< hip* Isgo to any foreign na
tion without th** consent of th© Sultan of
“If we buy all th® Philippine Islands
from Spain without th© consent of the
Inhabitant®, I® It fair that we should
not to ®ell any of the flulu Island* with
out th© cons* nt of th© Hultan” In other
word®. Is It more Important that a Sul
tan's wish©® •hould t> considered than
that th© Interest® of ths rest of the peo
ple * hould be regarded? Very respectfully
your®, TV J Bryan."
VKTKRAN6 OF YII4I#IM%.
Hundreda Attended Ih© Grand ( amp
Richmond. Va, Oct Id—The grand
camp, Confederate Veteran® of Virginia,
met In its thirteenth annual session at
Staunton to-day. Tin* official body is 3*
strong, but there were hundreds of other
veteran® In at’emlanc®. In the hall wrer®
hung pictures of I*®e, Jarkeon, Jo® John
ston and other noted Confederates.
Th® camp was called to order hy Gen
fltlth Rolling of Petersburg, grand com
mander. and the welcome of tho city was
extended by Mayor I.and®, Col. William
Keene of Louisiana, responding. lion.
J. N. Oph* welcomed th© visitors on the
part of the ramp, and rofuc**es®man John
l*nmb of Richmond responded, in hi® re
mark 4 deprecating the decay of ®®ntiment
and the growth of commercial Is ro. and
making a strong plea for th© eradication
of fal®© histories from Hmi’hcrn school®.
No reports were read except that on
credential® and the report of the grand
commander Tho latter commands the
P*-nion law of the state, express©# grati
fication at the growth of Ihe organlsation
of the Hon* of Veterans, and *ay* there
are 96 camps In the slat®, three of which
were organized during th© pnt year.
The grand commander mak®® a pica for
funds for th® lnvl® monutn ni
Th® Virginia Division. United Confed
erate Veteran®, elected two brigadier gen
eral*—Jam®* Maglll of Pulaski and Henry
Clay Miehle of Pharloitc'evllh*.
To-night tfi© proceedings wer® turned
over to the Hons of Veteran®, nnd W. A.
Pratt Introduced the eleven spomior® and
their mold* of honor, linn. Jnm©a Mann
of Petersburg responded in behalf of the
IIHOTIIF.It IIOOI! OF AT. AAimnW.
Fifteenth Annual ( (invention Met at
Richmond. Va., (Vt. 10—Th© fiftieth an
nual convention of the Rrotherhood of
fft. Andrew In the United fit tc* met h®re
From 3 to 6 o’clock in the afiernoon
"a quiet hour" service waa conducted at
gt. Paul’# Church by Bishop Hall of
Vermont, and at * p. m there wim on
informal meeting of the delegate®, loiter
tner© waa a reception in honor of the del
egate# nnd th® ladle® with them, tender
ed by the ladies of the ESptaropal church®#
m thl# city. #t the hrm© of the Woman i
< luh. At 12 o'clock the ICxeeutiv© Coun
cil 'of the brotherhoml nwt. and lei h®
absence of J 1© Houh(eling of Chicago.
pre®ki®nt of Ih® national body, who i®
unnid® to b® present, tha meeting was
presided over by O. Harry Davt® of Phil
adelphia. the fir®t vice president.
Print t loth© Ar© tp.
Fall River, Mam. On 10.-Announce
ment wa® made to-day of an advance of
an eighth of a cent In the price of print
clothe, and th# price 1j now fixed at >%c
COTTON CROP CONDITIONS.
Mcmtlilr llep'irl of the menf.
Aprss nnclltlon In inrlon*
W.iahlnjrtop. Oct. 10 —V\lkwinflr Is tb#
monthly r#iort of the conlltu>n of the
coi ion crop. i©*u©tl by the department of
The monthly report of th© #tatlath tan of
the I>*|Mrtm nt of Agriculture ©h>w th
overaK” comllttoti of cotton on tVt 1 to
have ln*en C.. © compared with 2 last
month. #12.4, on October 1. 1599. 7.V4 at the
corn date In IWS. anl 71 A. th©
mom of the October aversive® of the last
tn years. With the exception of North
Uaralln® ati Tennc—CS, where there 1> n.
app cUble haugt in the condition of tiie
crop, there ha© lern n decline during B©i©
tetnlH*r throughout the whole of the 'ot
t >n © east of the Mlw #©lp|d river.
This decline arnounlM to 2 |©>lnt© In Vlr-
Kinl.i. (it'oridt arvl Alabama. .1 join:* m
South Carolina, 4 in Mississippi anti H in
Fkrwl. laouUtsr.a also ©how* a decl.it©
of 4 |*oint©.
On th* other hand, there ha® been ©uffi
■ i*• 111 iiwwrn—in Hi itPftlUfH Ydsc
mak© the general a\erag© of that ©lst©
on© point hlcher than last month, And
there In also an improvement of I point in
< *kitthoiiia. o iHfints In Indian Tiriltory
an<) 4 point# in Missouri, the crop In Ar*
kan*A* about holtltng Its own
T!m* average® for the different etete© arc
n* falhars Virginia. 71; North GarollnA,
M; South Carol In®. 57; Georgia. 7. Florida.
41. Alabama. 62. Mississippi. .V 5; Ijoulsana.
*k. Tex®#. 79. ArkuimaM. 6. Tennessee. 04.
Missouri. 6, Oklatmma. 79; Indian Terrt
A < kl report on the effects of tho
Menu mi ugri uMur© In Southern
TVxas ©>l t l ?nit l In # few days All
coon tie© tn Tcxa® are, however. Includ'd
la the pros* nt report.
Tnbut*rn nnd Itlee.
Washington. Oct. 10 Tl*© monthly crop
report of tho Department of Agriculture
In the condition of tobacco there bn*
b* en declltie of one point in Kentucky,
two t>o!nt® tn North Carolina, and three
point® In Virginia, Maryland, and Mis
souri. Ohio and Wisconsin, reporting an
Improvement ®f three nml four points, re
spectively. while In TenneMM-e and Penn
sylvania there le no appreciable change.
A decline In h© condition of rh-e le ev
erywhere reported, but In Louisiana, the
state of principal production, the condi
tion le still exceptionally high, being 10#
or thirteen paints above the normal.
AgrrcM of Those* Who llase Been
Washington. Oct. |h Cardinal Gibbons,
ihe chairman of the hoard of trustee® of
th© Catholic University of America, pre
sided at the annual meeting of that body
The session© were held during the day.
In th# morning the Cardinal delivered a
brief address, in which he ©i*k* of the
©u< • -s which hid followed the establish
ment of the university. At the afn rnoon
session Archbishop K*ane, formerly the
rector of th© university, who secured a
two yearn’ leave of absence from his stud
ies in Rome, for th** purpose of raising
funds for the endowment of Ihe Institu
tion, reported that during th# year be laid
secured 170.f100 f<r general ©xg©n*es and
sW*©oo in pledges for th© endowment
Rector f’onaty stated that during the
year he had re vived IHA.OfiO In cash, faart
f>r current expenses and |art for endow
TWO umKH AM SPOKE.
Wheeler ApeaL© of th© Alcnraau©
(anal as Aaaared.
New York, Oct. 10. —'The new Y. Al C
A. shelter on Governor s I-land wa ded
icated to-day. Hfieeche® wer© made hy
<cns. prooke anil Wheeler. Gen. Wheel
er. tn th© cotirs® of hU a<ldrs, said:
"Our country is now one of the world
A few rent uric® ago th© Mediter
ranean wa* the center of the worl I'g com
merce. Now that the Nicaragua canal ia
an n*mir©d fact. It ®©©m® an act of tVovl
onlty and liberty 1® not to be confined to
“The American soldier, under our flag,
must l® taught that when he !tnd* n
those Kastern shores. American civiliza
tion, Christianity anl liberty me to he
fsiahlished r\ that far-off land ©eoa*d-
Itig as he hear® hlrnself H is tne gauge
of our civilisation to th# ©astern native."
WAST TO CRT THU CO*TRACT*.
aharp Competition Will Hr lees hy
•hr Aim j llepartmeat.
Washington, Oct. 10. There promises to
he a lively competition for building the
new battleship* snd cruisers, and several
of th© shipbuilding Industrie® already
hav© their representatives here securing
the specification# for the ship® prepara
tory to submitting bids These Include
some yard* whb h have not thus far done
any government work.
Th© present low price of steel is ezpart
ed by naval officials to result In gtvlng th®
government the advantage of low hid®
The bulkier® state that sleel shapes and
frames can be bought now for 17 cent®
per pound, as against 3V> short time
ago. and thl®. In the aggregate, makes a
very large Item of cost.
MF.HBKHtI M >IIIRII tl.tMMi.
D.. Itn.it..) Is 8,*11,it4 as Pore
Bt Ix>uls. Oct. 10.—Mo*t of towlay's a*s
•lan of Ihe Grand Division of th* Ord*r
of Railroad T*l*raph*rs waa d*vot*d to
a read ink of th* report of the Itoord of
director*. Th* report show* that within
th* past two years th* order ha* Increas
ed to S.tro In membership and contlnu**
to krow *i*aldly.
The election of a pr**ld.'ni to succeed
W V Fowl'll, deposed. Will he deferred
until the rekular mcetlnk. which will he
hdd *l* month* h*n< *, D. G. R*m*ay,
who occuple.l the chief ezecutlve pa-Hton
before Mr. Powell’* acceation, I* mention
% < ill III* V Foraery.
Colorado Springs, Col., Oct. Id.—lohil®
K. R. Khrich, member of the National
Kxecullve Committee of th© Anti-Im
perlallat to-day. received a t*l*-
K ram from Btxto la>p*z. the Filipino
:i**nt In Hoaion, ilenylnk cmphallcH.v the"
authenticity of the proclamation purport-
Irik to have been l*u*d hy Akulnaldo.
Jan 9. IW, In which th* F llplno leader I*
a lick'd to hav* Instruct'd hi, follower* to
barbarous warfare azolnat the Americana.
I.opcz any* u I* a clumy forffery,
i“A Messing to all women So®
! known No more gloomy forclxrdingff or ncrvouxmwk
! by expectant mother*., as all pain is prevented by the % Jtfß.
i external u-u- of “ Mother** T-ncnd,'' the marvelous
1 liniment. There i-t nothing like it /W\
-V l " ■ - " I T w
J tgun * gIKWt lUl*ltf it, •* “ W ***** OS P** tHre*—-
; M b, rer— reM ■*
I mu,,tßTttw eaf****”! T© n ***** ©wSf©g©a ©■>©. w.
! solo y Aia. Dacooirre. TUft nm.FXF.I. BBriIXATOB CO, AtlMla. U-.
TO-DAY and TO-MORROW.
Grand display of Dress
Goods, Silks, Trimmings,
Millinery, Suits, Furniture
p. T. FOYE
Corner Brouzltlon and Barnard.
RISING IN SOUTH CHINA.
Continu'd from Ptr*t Pg*.
of th* r*b*l* In th* HlW*rlnt I* not
known, hut I* b*lt*v*<l to h* t*n mil**
north of th* RrMl*h hotflr*. A il**/h
--m*nt of I.flW' Chin*** ireop* took tin • P**-
Milon nt Bfin Chun* y*t*rit*y nrt I.tre
mor* nrrtvril th*r* t-.t*v
WOHIt CABBY Ml HAKOAOR.
Ilrttl.h an* Jniian*** trfonmftßt
lag Touartl i tmtlre.
txnuton. tirt. It.—Th* Miming Toft l>uh
ll.h** th* following ctlmwlrh. it**e<l Ort
2, from Ho SI Wu, on thf !**l lto:
"tln chaff** r*fu**il to ronv*y *ny
hoKKO** nil hough thr** haggv** wag.wir
hart b*n obtain'd. Tit* Ani'rtran „>idl*r,
nr* Bind *o go to Manila. Th* arromino*
dating and poll** altltud* of th* Rrtlth
and Jn|Mnn* toward o*n. Chaff** Is r*ry
“Th* Ito**l*n. " nay* th* Moxow ror
r*aponrl*nt of th* Btandard. "ar* ruth■
Ing th* railway fronr KhurMti *atward
with nil po*lbl* *p**d Troop* ar* dally
arriving from Amur *o ratnforr* th*
army that I* *ndrnvnrlng to for.-* 'lt*
way *outh,a*t to Join han*ln with th* **~
jmdl'tonary forr* from l*ort Arthur, which
h*s fail'd to *x*cul* th* ta*k at>i>otnt*d.
a* It m*t with great oppoaitton latrg*
Chin*** fore** ar*ma***dln th* n'lghbor
hood of Mukd*n "
IUMF.NT la I NKWITI NtTT.
tttltn.tr of th* I aired *tal* Vl*w*d
I nfHvnralili by th* ataaitarit.
Ixindon. Oct tl. 4:W a m - Th* Hong
Kong *p**lal* thl* morning al! r*f*r to
th* gravity of th* situation In *outlt*rn
China, but they glv* no furth'r dri* l
than hav* already h**n forward'd In dl
patrh** to th* Aiumclatod Prea# In #n*n*
quarters II I* urgr.t that It would ho bet
tor to *mpny BrltPh than Indian troop.
Th* Blandard, comiwrotlng cdltori* ly
upon tho attlttutn of tli* Unit*.! Btat.**,
"Rvory dt*nl. *v*n on minor |w>liil*.
from th* *uirg.*ton* of th* l’ow*r* la un
fortonnt*. a. it l**d* to fi**h corro*p*aid
*nco and to further d*lv. Wo can only
ho,— ttail when laird Bnltabury I* frr* o
turn hi* attontlon to China h* w.ll find
•Mint* nild.Ur that will #curo lh
• import of all th* I’ow*r"
Th* Bhanghal eorretpomlont of Ih*
Morning Pnt. wiring Tu. day, nay*:
•Th* tan tat of Bhanghal atvl t>'* vie*,
roy of Nankin hav* pro**tcd agalnal a
d*mnnMrntlon by foreign troop*-
BRITAPI’S AffSWBB R Rf F.n RD.
Germany Finds Her I’osltlon Mas
Berlin. Ocl. 19-Great Britain * answer
to Germany * second not* w., racslved
this mornlnk It I* " unr#*rv*d and un
conditional accplance of th Oerman po
sition A hlkh official of th* forelkn of
ffi-e ma.l* th* follow ink statement on the
subject thl* afternoon:
-Oreat Britain I* followlnk Ih* eaampl*
of th* I nltcd Blairs At th* same Mm*
she ha. directed h*r representative In
Tekln to proceed In accordance with Ger
many's second not* Her answer make*
no mention of th* German not* of B*pi*m
hrr. hut there was no necessity for any
reference, because th# September not*
merely laid down certain kn#ral princi
ple*. while th* second developed th*m Into
si *ukk*"tka*" *
TRI % Ita WOK VICTOR 188.
•fhey Have Mel aad Oefeated Im
Ixmdon. Oct 11—A special dispatch
from Bhonkhal. dated Ort. 9 says:
"The Triads have met and repeatedly
defeated th* Imperial troop* near Kow
loon. They ar* dally kalnlnk freah ad
"Heavy Russian reinforcement* ar*
movlnk northward from Fort Arthur, with
th* object of rellevlnk the preneure upon
Mukden Every pia-e of Importance In
Manchuria, from Klalka to the Frlmorsk
tioundary and from the Amur to the great
wall. I* now In Russian hand#"
M9OKING OIT FOR COAI-
British Planning an Eipritlllnn to
the Western lltlls.
Fekln. Ore. I, vta Tten Tsln. Ort. 9. and
Bhanghal. Oct. 10—Th# British ar# plan-
olng o .mail oxp*dttlnn to tha coal mtno
district In tha western bills, to Inwtl
gat* th* supply. It will leave here Oct.
Chino** who hgv* • rrtv*d her* from
Tat Yuan Ru assert that t Fen Tung Ruh
Wan tooh a large fore* of troop* when
h* left there. Hl* present whereabout*
Marine, tier t'arlt*.
Tien Tln Oct 4. vta Bhanghal, Ort.
10 Th American marine* from P*kln
have arrived at Taku. wh*r* th*y will ha
Joined to-morrow by tho Tien Thin bat
talion and Mil on tha Indiana for Ca
Ban Tina Ki. R*petition.
Tlon Tln, Oct. 9.- The < xiiedltlon to Pao
Ting Fu has been flxwt for Friday next.
Tho column will constat of 7 obi British,
Gorman. French and Italian troops.
BKf At lK OK -MAIJ.PIH.
Clrewtt Coart at *4l.*n, Rla.. De
cided to Adjuwra.
Madison. Fla-, Oct. —Th* fall term
of th* Circuit Court eotiyonod her* yaa
terday. Judge Whit* presiding, but tha
grand Jury having, aftrr taking th* t*a
tlmony of local physician*, and In con
sideration of ths fact that th* public
schools had boon suspended for thirty days
on account cf the prevalence of stnall
imx tn th* county, unanimously recom
mended that court b* not hold, and ac
cordingly, It waa adjourned by tho Judgo
until auch tim* a* h* might consider It
•of* to coll an extra term Th* docket*
were light, right or ten criminals, and one
or two civil cages only, being ready for
Th* action of th* Grand Jury In regard
to th* .mallpog Is criticised by many, as
th* phvlMclan who Is In th* county by
direction of tho Htaa* Hoard of Health
wo* not examined by them, though ho
had boon autnmiaied to appear before
them As h* did not appear until th*
Jury had acted and tho court bttd b**n ad
journed, t* waa. of course, too late Ho
I* represented aa raying that there ar*
only sixteen case* In the whol* county,
snd that they ar* all convales. suing, tho
typ* of ills**** being mild, and that there
would have been no danger In holding
Mr Wm Igliner was duly Itcsnaed to
practice law after examination In open
court, under th* new law
Th* w*ath*r ha* Iwn very favorabia
for gathering the crops, especially tho
lotion crop, which on account of tho
eond prices has been coming In rapidly,
th* most of which. It t* said, having al
ready been picked
The removal of the capital queaKlon, la
•he only mailer that seems to create any
Interest, nnd in tills section there I* op
position to It at this time.
Th* question of mlllng n constitutional
convention, io he submitted to tho prt
merle#, Nov 4, for th* purpose of revis
ing the eonstltutlon doe* tint seem to ha
considered with much favor and many
will vote against It.
VRTBHARI AT CM ATT AVOOOA.
The Officers of Two Oraanlsallona
rhaltnnooga, Tenn.. Oe(. I#.—The final
business session of Ihe Ho*letjr of tha
Army of Ih* Cumberland was held to-day.
Louisville was chosen for Ihe neat an
nual meeting, which will be held durlar
the week of Ocl. 9. 1901.
Commute** of the aoclety for tho en
suing year were elected, also the follow
Preaident. Gen, T. B Stanley; corre
rpondlng secretary. Gen. H. V. Ilovnton;
recording secretary. Col. John W Bterl •;
treasurer. MaJ. John Twee.hU*; hl’torlan.
Charles E B. Iknap. Orator for 1981, Gan.
Archibald Blantl*y of Pittsburg. Pa.
The Spanish war veteran* elected G-n.
Willie llulmge. Oil City. Pa., i-ommander.
In-chlef, Col. Georg* W. Taylor. Norfolk,
Va.. Inspector general, and Gen. Fttshu/h
la-.. Virginia, and Col Jack Front. South
Carolina, member* of th* national council.
A committee wa* appointed to eonfar
with other Spanish war veteran* organi
zations with a v!w to consolidation.
FACING TWO 4 RIBB#.
Foreign Mission Worker# In Cawren
tloa at Bt. I.ools.
St. lands. Oct. 1 —Savarnl hundred
officer*, charter members, missionaries
.nd workers of the American Board ot
Commissioners for foreign mls.ioeis met in
Pilgrim Congregational Church to-day for
a three day's session.
The crisis tn China and the famine in
India, two of Ita largest fields, bring be
fore the tmard condition* never before met
by that body, Judging from th# reports
made to-day on China the crista la being
met bravely and with th# d-scrmlnation
of .-ontlnulng the reo’k. notwithstanding
the massacre of miaslonarlee and destruc
tion of mission property. Report* of
officers and missionaries were tho order
of the day.
. , ■
Smith Will I'sniwlas.
Washington. Oct. 10.—Postmaster Gen
eral Charles Emory Smith left Washing
ton to-day for Lincoln. Neb . where h*
will apeak on the UXh, beginning a cam
l>algn tour that wm <■**# Nebraska and