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N IKK.* THIVMPHAL TOl'H
UK WMT VIBOIUA.
TALKED OF RACE QUESTION.
OF THKIK RIGHT*.
4 hnnicril c*f Republican
|*irt> Tornard Ihr Colored Mam.
%n lucrent In* quolailloii From
||M*rrll I’roprrly An*rrr.|-A
Qurslloorr Who Wi Mali*lr* Ha
t. Drmwrallf Atlllde-WIII De
voir h-ilnr *o MiryluiHl.
UIM 'i W Vi., Oct. 22 —The lln* of
t . ( h, |.<ok A Ohk> Rallroml travers
ing | ~ turrNqur valley* of the Blf
• nd New river*. wa* the wmc
€ ,j y. ; an s camp>iifQ ia*ik>
t.-a.i*- ui 11 untile ton, Hurricane. St.
Chatiroton. Browtiatown. EaM
lif k .Mv/ntaxiu'ry, Sewell, Thurmoinl anil
The of the audience* varied but
i of them were l*rg* In proportion to
th' |*>f>ulatlon of the towns ui l of the
dinar aOurvrry. There were v*-
| M ili> fine crowd* at 11 unit tort on.
Uhareston #nl Hinton, people coming into
t ,w i.iviw Imm all th- adjacent reprion
The one notable feature of tne *ky was
llryan’a repeat**! reference to the ru
question 111* line of travel to-day w.s
further South than he had gone before,
aid farther than he will ag.ln no. and
there were quite a number of colored peo
ple “it'ere>d through the crowds af all
the stopping place*. Mr. Bryan evklcntly
noted their presence. and took occasion
t. add res* portion* of hi a speeches e.<-
P* tally to them, appealing to them to
•h* Justice by the Filipinos as they wouUI
have Justice tlone bv themselves. The
first point at which he touched upon this
question wae at St. Alban*. There nc
Right of flelfGo% rrnmrnl.
••When we complain that the Repuhil
cane are applying to the Philippine Isl
and* !■ tri • that deprive people of'the
rlirht to govern themselves, the argu
ment ihat a Republican makes Is that
waif of the Southern states have adopt•*!
amendment* requiring an educa
t iid qualification for voting I %vp*h
r> übmit thl qu stlon to the Republi-
m- Do they approve of whit Is being
dene In the South or <lo they oppo*c It?
If th*y oppose It why do they propose
worse thing* In Porto Rico and lu i&u
J hl ippVne Islands, than have been pro
l *1 in th- South? Sum the quallrtca
tKtna adopted by your own administra
tion for voting In Porto Rico and you will
find they have an educational qualiflca-
i'ii there that deprive* R3 per cen\ of
the black men of voting age of the right
to tote; not only thl*. but they deprive
th rn of the protection of the ('on*itut:un
of the Unit*.! States #
In the Philippine Islands they are o-
In*: on the theory that the brown pe< pig
• re have no right to a voice In their
g vernment, and when a Republican te||
black man in this country that he otigh*
n vote the Repubilcan ticket. I want the
black man to a.*k him this question: 'lf
a brown man in the Philippine Island* has
i o right to a voice in hi* g vernmni .
wri.it atiout the black m*n? and I want to
k w hat black man can stand on h *
• •wn ngbi to a voire In hie own govern
ment if he vote* the Republican itok*t
aid denies to the people in other lands n
r thi to a voice In their government; ini
if the Republican* t**ll the colored man
’ ai he i* under obligation* to the R* -
1 -In an party, let the colored mm r plv
• * * • has paid his debt of gratitude If
1 ■ oin were here the colored men might
* for him. but th*- m.Klern I* adcr* of
t Republican fairly have I<l morr from
i colored man than they have given him
T- •• olored man has be-towal
i Mlr ■n* upon the Republican
i-i'ty and received Janitorshlps in return.
I want the colored men before they vote
t R p ibllcan ticket to know that the
ii > f the Republican party I* to send
u f w white men to the Philippine Island*
• 1 hold those white men in authority
f r *<♦ p, r cent, of the population, which
' be brown, and this Is to be done by
landing army. Instead of using the
r question a* a reason why we should
• i x the Philippine Island*, let the race
Hon lea warning to us not to bring
b hls country a class of peopb who are
hare In the full destiny of our
i ‘* ') I want the Filipino to have his
,w H.tg and his own government und to
v rk out his own destiny. an*l I want
P* nation to stand by him and say to
He world 'Hands off. let this republic
ItuHnu the llrim n Men.
Pr\an reverted to the race question
!• i- *perch at Charleston. There he
Tty \ears ago th* Republicans said
*•* Mi k man should not sell for a
• ,l and dollar*, but now they will buy
,r mm by the job lot for two dollars
l * l • half apiece. They sold a generation
f t th*- 1 >ecl iratlon of IrMle|*etdenrc
• 1 t" a black man Now they say It
' ipj.|y to a br -wn man It cost u*
■ f tlmuran Is of lives and hun -
f millions of money to take out of
tl • - <'l truiion Independence the oxerp
, u • that excluded th- black man
' w tall w.- wage n war of conquest to
h *h. l>eclaratUj*i of Independence
' ‘ *x* eptlon clause excluding the
w 1 No, our progress ha*, been
* r *P to this time. l>*t It not l* •
nA ' and from now on. I>o lg>t dare to
’■ any p<*pie In fortign lands th**
' at you claim for yourselves, for
•v* a r.glit to >our government
>. ha* a right to his. and if you
f b th* right to hi* own govern*
win i.oi long have a right to
ry an also referred to the race
to other speeches during the
• **-uss|on at Huntington of the
, vt .-overnmenl by injunction. Mr
••1 mi extract from an article
' r til* Review of Reviews by
• v*;t. in September. siui
; ' orln* m.n -ho are opro<l
' rr *>>• Injunction cn htro flr.<l
, ' ' opinion the Kcpubllcan pnriv
,u . bv th. men who now
C u.um .. ,h * H.pubUown party a. It.
¥-uoUwad mi bavvath Vt4*)
lllafniitg ;\ v ctu
STRIKE WILL END SOON.
Miner* Onl> Uniting for All the Col
lieries to I'ost Notices tigering
Ilazlcion. Pi., Oct. 22 .—president Mitch
ell In an interview to-night practi ally .id*
•tilil'd that the arithra* 1 1 • im.il miners
strike would end a* kjoii o ad the opera
tors |M>*ied a notice guaranteeing the ixiy
iner.t of a 10 |s-r cent, advance in w.uen
until Aprli I Preskient MU htdi ml
"The prospect* of an early settlement
of the cual strlk* Is he otnlng brlithtsr.
Home of the o|ierutor* have not yet t cm*. • 1
notice*' signifying ihtir wllllngntss to fall
in line either win the Re.idng company
or with the proi> Ition made bytlioLc. lgh
Valley company In Ho Hazleton region.
If all of them notify their employe* bv
IHSMing notices or otherwise that an actual
advance of 10 per cent, will be pal l * a h
mine employe and guarantee it* continu
ance until April 1, together wi h th* abo
lition of the sliding •sab- 1 believe t at
th term* would be ae .-ptetl by the mine
worker*. Th** reduction in p.*wd* r from
J 2.7; IO ll.ro ha- • >*ofUf and the mil d* of h**
miners, but some of the <>|ieratois have
fully explained how contract mine * count
r* elvo the fub advene* of lu p r c-n'.
a* well u>* ail other employe*, that I lo
lltve this obstacle can be overcome.'*
soin* tom pan ten HucU %% n r*t.
Although, a* Presklent Mitchell fays,
the outlook for an early set h-m nt of the
strlk*- l* bright. It 1* difficult to make a
prediction h.*• to when tli ml wall conic.
Horn* of the coal companies ar* showing
a di-|Kith.n not to Issue a second not be
guaranteeing the payment of tie lu pci
rent Increase In wages until Apr.l.
Ammiti tins are the I> la ware. Ra ka -
wanna and Western and the Lreluware and
liudmx!. th*- official* of wnl li compunlea
are reior:*t tt have d* !ln**l ♦•* i**mje a
suppt* rm-nt.il noil The latior 1 ader*.
however, hope that the comp.m • will in
*om way rank* known that they will
guarantee the payment of the advance
until April 1.
President Mitchell appeared quite che*r
ful to-night when he ni d* th* am oun e
ment us above and hi- manner Indies led
that the time i- nc*l at hand Wb.n .dt
tne anthracite miners now on *trik- sha |
return to th* rim *. Ae s*oa as all of the
notices guaranteeing th* payment of the
udv in.e untl; April l are iH.iv.el, President
Mitchell will call a meeting of th** Na
tional Kxr. utlv* lloHfl. .it whi h |! Is U*
lleved the strik* will in* de. lar** 1 off.
Illg lotliur bruioiiHl m I lin.
The largest I.ilor lemonatratlon ever
held in thl* city took pla •• to-day wh* n
nearly 7.000 mlni-r* para<led the street* In
a c&rriag* nt their head ro*l** Pr* sid*-nt
Mitchell, who r*<*riv*Nl on enthusiastic
ovatkan all ulor.g the line of maren.
Preeid.nt Mitchell reviewed the parade
at the end of the rout*-, after which a
mass meeting was held al which Presi
dent Mitchell was lb* principal spe *k* r.
He said the srik** was in such a peculiar
position the' it was hard to outline Just
what the result would b*- He believed the
Hiws wr.v not far distant, however, when
every mine would be In operation, and
that the men now had practically won the
RIOT AMONG Till: HTRIKUtI.
Trouble nt AN llkrsbnrr** kappreased
by the Authorities.
Wllkesharre. P* Oct 22 —This even
ing there was a riot at th* Hunton w h
-ery of (he Lehigh and Wllkcwbarre Coal
When the workmen starteil to go to their
mm* *.under th** protection of th* Coal *n*l
Iron Police, fully •*.eo people had gather
*n| A telephon* messwge wn* s**nt io
police, headquarters in this city for help,
and Chief of Police Klin*- and ft numier
of officer* re*pon*l*-*l. Th- men who nad
been at work, were put on board a *m ll
mine locomotive, but I*efore the locomo
tive could get under headway. on#
tired Th* police returne*! the hr* but
no one was *iru*-k Another volley from
the windows of s>m- hour* follow*-I Kv
rry pane of glass In the * b of the loco
motive was broken, but no one was
wounded Two of th** workmen on th
locomotive jumped off end were knocked
down and kicked, but w* r*- rescu***| by
As the of?b r were reuirnlng to head
quarter* the electric car * n which th*y
rode was *ton<l. ail In* window* of *>n
side of the car were broken and IVd c**
Hergeant Hall and two other pas.-eng r*
slightly lnjur*‘l M tyor Nl hols * -on
reached the seen, a *1 warned the mol*
that they were doing the cans** of labor
more Injury than (fad, ll*- said *h* liw
would t*e Upheld 111*1 h*> was there to he |
uphold It Th*- Mayor's sp**eh had n *;• o-l
effect and the mob slowly went uway.
ITKA F.NNON AT tilt A\l) It APIIIk.
Adiiilnlntrallon t owlcl Have Intcr
veneil In ll*er War.
Grand Rapkls, Mich. Oct. 22.—A. K.
Htevens*_n atktr* .-***d an oi* n air m**tliig
here tvlay. A notlceabh feature of his
iptrch was the *mt*iwi*l'' whi b he pin ed
upon the llocr question .Mr. Htev-n on
took the ground that Pr**. M Kinley
wouai not hav xeeeded th*- bounds of
In ter nut lona 1 dip. oumrv by Intervening In
tad alf f tli* IkM-rs. any more than Cleve
land did by the stain! he took In behalf
of Venegtp la. and he express* 1 the *.|Hnlon
that the effect upon Rnglats! would have
been the same an*l that there would have
leen no South African war
JOAIA IMtM)l( Tsl A UTORY.
sys Hr yarn AA 111 farrv New York
it iid l*rlnbl>* Ohio.
Chicago. Oct. 22 —Chairman Jon*-s. of the
Democratic National Committee, rail to
"I do not believe there Is any doubt
thot Mr Hryan will carry New York I
i*#|jeve our chances for carrying Ohio are
better than those of the Republican*. I
regard Illinois a* an exceedingly doubt
ful state. Telegram* from the chairman
~f the State Democratic Committee of
California say we are going to carry Cal
ifornio 1 have no doubt of the election
of Mr Hryan."
11,.ii % DaiiiMife Ftmm Main*.
\Vo. T Vnllry. Ml** On ?2 -On. of th*
rain, lhat < vrr v1.n.,1 ihl.
il.hi f.ll ■>*' Town cwk ov.r
n.lW„l H. bank*, .kilttjt rpat
ConH r >blP 'lnmakP ' •<> ,h * KO '-
tnn , T o(. In th- i>aih of ihp .torn) A
I fioni Okfor.l. Ml r.-i-.r,- sr.-.K
Im.**? to proi'.rty. th<- publi>- hi*h>>.
nd the cotton crop by lt night'. v*r
wirJ nnl ntln.torm
lar.rr.lt. Form, t kblnet.
Madrid. Oct -Ocn Aterr h*
.orrecled It) forming a cabinet He pre
.erne,l the Ht to the Queen Regent thl.
nd hr mml.t. r. N IU Uk, the
oatn of ofitea to-morrow,
SAVANNAH. GA., Tl ESDAY. OCTOHEU 21. I'.KM).
IIOOSK VEI.T UimniKß. TllllHt;
AHU SOME IN NEW VIIHK.
DROVE A BRYAN MAN AWAY.
*ll.lit I* TAl.lv FOR TlKdi: WHO DO
NOI AGHFt: Willi HIM.
i:mphjlrlly Denied t alliug Demo
crats t awards— He Hud Nmlilag
bill Abus** f*r the Man AV bo A|-
plMiidetl llr^uu—Referred \gnin to
the **t o*toa It.il Trsst" nnd the
lee Trust—AA be.i the Nisi* l.eft He
Rruuaril on Ilia I'oliee qiiailllt-a.
King Mon. N. Y.. CM. 22 Gov Roose
velt tiipshed thl* day of hi* hying cam
pnign thiougfi th*- *t.M In Ktug-'ton to
night after traveling eighty ml*- aitd
making right speeches th* long* t l*eiug
a ami Kingston At the for
mer place, the home of the IlepUbkcan
candidate for Governor, he talked to a
vast assemblage, having to speak at two
places HiwH tator* Intrrrupted the sp* tit
er with quest ion*. In every instance re
cclvlng a reply. At West Nyack. a tnati
close to the tar erbd at.tl reiterated
"Hurrah for Bryan!" and Mr. Roose
"Why don't you hurrah for Altgcld and
Agulnaldo?" The cheering ceased. An
"What a lout the Ice trust?" and he
"This election will be decided by the pa
triot* nnd men of ser.se in the country
who outnumber tin* Junker shout or* of
your type. The Ice trust will bo attended
to In a proper legal way."
A man In the crowd at Newburgh said
In a low tone of voice:
"Why <lll you tall Democrats cowards
Roosevelt heard him and flung ba'k
quickly this characteristic reply:
"It's a lie. I never said such a thing
It is Democrats, good Democrats, who
will swell our majority."
linn*- It r> ii ii Man .Assay.
Toward* the end of hi* remarks at
Newburgh the Governor was intermixed
a numlier of times by some shouts of
'What I- th** matter with Bryan*" "Down
Gov Roosevelt remarked:
"That gentleman ha* oil the symptoms
of a Bryanile," which stilly was greeted
with laughter .iiwl applause
Th* i. walking over to one side of the
platform and speaking directly toward
the point from which the shouts arose,
the governor sold:
"You luok like one of those men who
M>rk exclusively with their mouths What
do you mean to down, the cotton bole
trust of Mr Jon*e or the ice trust of Mr
Croker** (Crb-s of "What ts the matter
with Bryan?" "He's all right') That Is
an argument of wind." Gn at aiphins# )
"You ai** * fra id to h*tir the truth, you
interrupt thl* meeting because you are
a h**dluni and nothing else You repre
sent the dlsorleGy class that k* naturally
ug.tmet u*. You represent that class who
naturally object to prosperity, you don't
get any | art of It. because you won't
work (Applause.i Now. then, go back
to your fellow nolioee (Applause And
i'srn after this, (more yelling .nl the
tn*-n evidently turn**) to depart), that you
stand igutf<e4 the flag yo l haven't got
a particle of patriotism in you. 1 am
glext you ar* going away, I think you have
learned enough her*-ft*r not to monkey
with the ntizuiaw (le*ng continue*! up
plaus.- Norn gentlemen. In the tem|s
r.iry absence of the |o*-al police. I have
driven thai disturber out of th*- meeting."
II ANN A T 1 t OI.OHF.D VOTER!.
Poea Not Think t lred Vote W ill
Evrr Hr Divided.
Chicago, Oct. 22—A crowd of 3.000 col
ored voters listened to an address to
t ight by Senator Hanna at the First Reg
iment Armor)*. He spoke briefly and his
remarks were at all times greet**! with
"There never was a time." said Senator
Hanna, when those whose citizenship
came with the birthday of the Republlean
party had greater cause to rejoice. The
color**l trootoi are always In line and
ready for action. As 1 ng os the Republi
can party Is true |o the principles which
atta*-hed io It the colored po:*ulatln of
the United States, the colored vote will
never In- divided
"All the collateral issues Inje ted Into
this cumpoign by th- Bryanltes amount
to Just one Issue, an*l one short s-nteoce
tells It —'Let w* ll enough alone.' No man
who loves his country, no man who is
prud of hi* cMistnshlp. no man who cares
for his own material Interests can have
more than one choice upon that question.**
Fairbanks at Roatli Head.
South Bend. Ind . Oct 22 -United Rtiit'S
Senator Charles *A'. Fairbanks a*klr sse*i
4.ODQ people here to-ilny. one of the mo-t
Imfiortant features of the address iHated
to Culm. Benator Fairbanka rxuel at
considerable bngth Justifying ti* declar
ation of Congress in favor of Cuban Inde
pendence which aceompani**! the Join dec
laration of war against Spain.
KFNTt< KIN ftSLKI TION LAW.
Legislature ?tril It •* Governor and
Frankfort. Kv.. Oct 22. -The Kentucky
Leg Is at ure sent th** non-partisan election
l.w passed by It on Saturday to succeed
the OocbG ’.aw, to th** Governor to-day.
an*l MlJ**urend sine die.
The Im*>*rnts and Republicans could
not agree on a state election commission
er to fill vacancy on th* board, and ad
journed without electing anyboly.
To Rrmoae AA reek of Maine.
Washington. O t 22 -Gen Leonard
Wood Governor (!*••* r.*l of Cuba, saw?
ret ary to-day. arvl rr.omrotn*l
*Hi that steps be taken t., r. n*.v* th
v*n. harbor as It occupies great eai
o' f M e which could be utilised to ad
Heats*ration In Ckleago.
Chicago. Oc*. 22.—Revised figures for
ths registration In Chicago and Cicero re
turned to the Boird of Ele-tlon Commis
sion' r* to-day. show a total of 402.A53 en
titied to vote at the coming election. Of
the*** S.&ll are in Clcrro. This la an iti
,*reoa% of 22.iM ovsr 1 m
SADNESS AFFLICTS SAMPSON.
I.lnil. H,.1,1hr Ailiulral nl
lrr. Ihriil) Ui.f I'rtlld.iH f
I'rtlu*. I ounlr) ... i'll.
AlUnia. Oct. S3 PiirtuK hi*
vi.lt io hi* hotm- in AllMm.i. .in<* * ,hrr -"
*vrr hr ha* rt||-'arst l.'lorr the public.
Llrut Kkhmoii.l I'tainw IH’lwoh h* b.en
,iuotr.l n. aylnit nut Admiral Bampaoa
I* .lunit of J broh.ii hurt, owrlnu t> Ih -
S.iiiii.>ii-.'h hi<'> ..fitrovrr.y. whh ti wj*
thr ouloomt 1 of thr n.iv.tl baitlr of Sun
tU*i). Ho la ,ut)iol oh follow*;
"Whrn last Batui.loy. Oft. U. I sow tn
t!iu p.ipvrs thot Admiral rtampiwin wo*
ill I took tu* IM'*l tr.iln to Ho.lon and
ttunday with him Hl* hiolth I*
tlr. Itnlna HU phyalclan* itr.* mtTlnl ul
hi* muludv His oraon. ar* rtahi. Intt
lu* heallti <h' not Improve.
”\V** loui'hvd on 010- or two .übjtvl.
K.w a little while mid not *|-ah
Soon he had to lx carri.il to hi* r.smi aisl
1 dl.l not sec him .ncalti Mr* Sampson
told m<- .lint thl* Kteat nun wo lir.ssllna
was breaking hi* Inert nt the tlioualit
that hi* fei.ow countrymen were *o un
"I futd to Mr*. >'i 'When 1 vhll
my Southland If the opportunity * ff. rr- It
self I wt*h to try to trl them somethin*
of this mijirtic character Aha repUad
'You dare not, Your Southland wa* t|Ul k
and \ igorou* to re*-<nt what w t* thought
to ts- an attempt to take awtay the lau
rel- of on.- of Its itieal men.'
•'1 cuitM' by Washington nnd saw the
S.'. retniy of the novy an.l the President.
To Until I also amtid my Intention aid
they hoth ave their consent, warning ti*',
however, of what 1 mlKht rape. I
Mr llolison In his ri-seli al .'epublic re
ception here to-day eald Admiral Samp
son had not re'-rlv.-i simple juatl,-* st the
hands of tin- Ann rt ii people II- 411
' It has hern sought to pare him In a
despicable light before tlw- world To
make him an Incompetent, narrow-mind
ed man and n-alou* of thr fame or hi* con
temporaries—particularly of one lllustrlmi
naval chief. As his junior ofll cr,
under him, 1 epr—* the deliberate o,ln
Inn that Admiral Sampson I* the colo.aJl
hKure of th< Spanish-American war th.
genius of the naval victory off Santiago
He Is unmalehe.l to-day as the direct
ing mind of a war snuadron on the see -
1 aay this much for him I he Is a
soent man. In the clamor of calumny an.l
detraction he lin'd* hi* peace, though hi*
great heart be rent with thl* unkind cut
lie Buffer* In alienee "
FAHYItSHN U AM I'ItoMIAEA.
Will Alert to ll*ew** Their Pnlltleol
St. Paul. Minn . Oct 2 A confrren •
will he held to-morrow cf the heads if
Ihr aevct.il national farmer*' organisations
for the purjsjse of considering the poll Il
eal situation. It Is sil I an a-tdre-s will l‘
Issued soon designating those candidates
who are favorably regarded by the farm
ers' organisation* A *erie. of demands.
It I* said, haa hern submitted to cind -
datr* (4 all parties for congressional and
legislative offices and also President M--
Ktnley and William J- Bryan.
Among the chief demands made are for
an rZtension of our foreign trade and fo*
a restoration of the merchant marine It
I* claimed tiuii Iho societies represented
ha\e a membership of 3,ktnirt. are abso
lutely non-partisan .n ikillilc*. hut will
suiMsu' l only candidates who pledge them
selves to further the Interest* of the fsr
iner*. n* set forth In I heir demands
Those present are t*o! 11. A Wllro* of
Nashville. Trim . president of the Na
tional Karmers' Eeague of America;
Thomas Bussell of New York,
pr. sldent of the Notional Give Hus k
Growers* Asaoclullot* of America; Judge
M P Morgan of Grncevllle. Minn . pres
ident of the National Grain Growers' A*
aoelallon. and J C. Hanley of Ht Paul,
preel.k-nt of the National Cotton Growers'
Ass'S'latkin. aid president genera! >f the
International Congreas .if Agricultural A*
so'lalions of the world Walter V Allen
of Meriden. Kan . president of the For
mer*' Federation of the Mlsstsetig.l Valley
ar.l J. C Wlllsirn of Old Point, H
president of the Nationul Farmers' Al
liance an.l Industrial I'nk.n are ezpectc.l
to arrive 10-morrowc
bIIEIAKdi G Noll EVAMIN ITIItA.
Expert Jolin.il* htlll Telling of thr
New York, Ch't. 22 —The hearing In the
proceeding* to secure the removal of a
F.. W, T and E. H. Gaynor and 11. D.
Greene, charged with conspiracy to de
fraud the government, to the Jurisdiction
of the United Slates Court In Georgia,
tva* continued to-day before United State*
Comrnlaslotie r Shield*.
Edward I. Johnson, the ezpert aeeount
ont, testified a* to checks that were de
posited by the contractors who worked on
the harbor Improvement* under the su
pervision of Cant Carter. Mr. Johnson
who has made an uidyala of the iir-rainii
of all room- ted with the case, stated that
there were not a* many check* inlasing
a* th* contractor* believe.
District Attorney Erwin of Oenrgla. who
conducted the examination, examined th.-
tabulated forms and asked Mr Johnson
a number of question* txrlalning to tne
placing rt rhe-ks In banks Nothing Im
portant. however, c.nte out and ihe hear
ing wa* adjourned until to-morrow
IT WILL HE K* ATIHWAL.
gull for lllinree by Ihe Alarehlnnr**
Gomkin. Oct. 22 Sensational testimony
Is anticipated at tile trial of Ihe divorce
suit brought by the Marchioness of
Angle*) against her husband, who la her
cousin. The present Marquis' father mar
ried, ns his third wife, an American. Mrs
Mary l.ivlngstone \V.alehouse, widow of
Henry Wole house, ami .laughter of J. P
King of Band Hills. Ga
PH KaiI) EAT GOES TH CAAT „.•
He Will Heinnln There I mil After
Washington, Oct. 3 Preside*!! nnd
Mrs McKinley left Ihe city at 7:G o'clock
to-night, via the Pennsylvania Hnliroo I
for Canton. 0.. where they will remain
until Mr MeKlnley caat* his vote on
Nov. *, when they will return to Wash
ington They will reaeh Canton abou'
M o'clock In the morning ,
Explosion Killed Fifty.
laondon. Oct. a.—According to th# *?
Petersburg correspondent of tr# Dally Ex
press fifty person# were killed and many
othera terribly scalded by a holler ex
plosion on board the steamer Eugenia,
running between Tomsk and Barnaul
WE WILL ACCEPT IT
!\<.Lo-(.i:iom %ghf.fmi:nt h
I * % I IM % TOH \ ,
IT EXPRESSES OUR POLICY.
thihii i l%i hi: u ill not hind i if:
I NITFaD kTITF*.
Tlir Tlirrni II < oniiiliia Itrlalrw, It In
Halil, • fh* 4 iiurar That Mm !•**
I'lirtiM ti l> 4t r 11111 it A it ml I’.nalantl.
Nair *f %|t|trt%Nl Will **••• lit* D*-
llt t*rpil->< trrp4|tuiii|pitFt' t*lt-n Out
Hrlatlitat lt th# I4r**rtl I’rtMtflt
Note mi 4 hlna.
Waahinirien. 4 let 22 It wax aulhorl*
ikttvtly t.iit! to-night (hat the 1 mirl
Si.tlt KtiYfrnmciit vl * > ull i ilitiin t !*•
vor the |riiK'l!.ra enuncialfd in the
A nit Io- German tuirtement reihtin* to
("hiruft. ami lhat a forinil r**t(a*iiar Io
lhat #ff#'<*l will It*' lim it* at hi trly d*lt*
to the invitation #xl**i.letl lo thl* xovrrt -
m nt (o ao *4>l (lie piin< i|tki of the 441 o
The German charge <l'fflreM, Count le
Quatit. iut 1 a ciDiiference with 4e. rct.tr>’
! Huy thl* afternoon, pn*ntlmc laily
ih text of th# Anitto-German
lm iudiinx (he invitation to the Untied
Aiatex to accept the |rlnclple* th>iin
rworiiixi. Mr. Hay #xx•#*#! h*
factlotj al what had been dour. Mi\in
he fell It to In* In complete hitrnuNi\ wi'h
the po)!<y thin government had port* #l.
u*th a* lo the milntemiit e f uttclirii< I
••d rtNiuntrct' in 4'himt. mi l th* tenltort.il
entry of the empire, and a<l<llii<( that a
(ortnal reply *guM U k)v n iu a l• > or
f*> fount tie n. t! ,iH wan xratlhe.l H
th#*t axatiranc##, and I ft with ihe h ;lef
that there w.o xueh a harntoniou* under
KtnmllisK <>n the x*netal pr iml plea Involv
ed, that the concurrence of the Power*
wa* nnr at hand.
Before receiving the cfTL'ial Invitation
from G#trmany, Mr Hay had been fully
ndvlMN) of the agreement. nd had gone
fver It with great rare with the Presi
dent yeeterlay and to-day. Thi* wa* the
more neceamiry, owing to thr Prealdent'a
departure for ('anton to-nlgh* The re
*ult of three deliberation* I* xumrnrd up
In the utafetnrnt that the goternmrnt
view* the Anglo-German agreement with
| favor. It t* al*o prMmble that aonn* it
t< ntion ha* be* n glv n to Ihe draft of the
I American reply. It lx likely to !>*• in the
i form of a note of annroval rather than
s an yformal adherence to the alliance, Imt
tid* 1* said to he merely a matter of a--
Looked Like a Threat.
About the only wertou* qoeatt n which
ha* arteeti gs t* tlx* Ainerh an reply whi
on cluaae three of th** Anid-tiermz-i
Igreement. Thl* Ptwie* tlmt In care f
another Power making uae of the oompll
cndoiM In fhlna in order to obtain t-rrl
torlal alvantage#. Germany 1 Get
Brltalti reserve th*- right to roach |r -
llminary uiaioreiondlrtg on th* ventna|
*tej to to* taken for the protection of
th#tr Intereai*. Thl* l* **fe*i to the con-
HtrtK'tion of being n threat agafnet other
Powera, and then* wa* no a- * n- th •
part of official* here to give Arnerl* in ad
herence to anything lit Ihe nature o a
It 1* probable that the Amrr <n reply
will not go beyond accepting the priucli le
that Germany ami Great Britain nave a
right to agree between a* to
their eventual cour# But lher e not
likely to be anything which wiil commit
thi# government to accept thl* eventual
agreetnent. In *hort, the thlri! iau*< l
interprei**l to apHv only to Germany and
Gr#.t Britain, there tiring no lnvlta>lon
extended to other Power* to Join th m
in a preliminary understanding r gat ding
the eventual atep to b* taken.
At 4 LPT \Nt l‘* OF F1415N4 II MOTC.
• 4 I* klintlnr to the 4ngla-(rin*M
Waahlngton. Oct. 22 -The State Deport
ment to-day made public ihe corre*pond
nice which hi* taken plarn In*tween It
• If ttrul th- French government atecw th.
original French note re*p#cting China,
wnich laid flown the term* auggaated by
Franc# a* a bar in for tcgotlatlut) for a
Thl* lant correxpondcnce conat*t* of two
notea exchanged intwien Secre.ary Hay
and M Thlabaut la*t w *k. putting In
furmui ha|N- certain verlml atatementa f
importance redacting the negotiation.
An Interewilng at.d Iniportant feature of
the United Staten note in the cloning nug
gent lon that the Power* bind thmlvea
again to prceerve china'* terrliorlal In
if grity, and to maintain ihe "open door. '
exactly the olijeet* aim*l at In the Brit
••h-Oerman agreement f,r alllai.c*- which
wa* made public Umi Week. Whlh thl*
note by Secretary |Ly bear* date of Get
I>. am! the Brltlah-flermaii agreement 1*
aligned (he date of Oct thf action
of thl* government wa* t*k**n in ignorance
of the agreement, and ll 1* entirely |e**l-
Ule that It may have be.*#i the mean# of
lirlnging about a diwloaurw of It* pur
iM>*ea. Our auggeatlon indicate* a favor
hie reniiooea by the United States govern
ment to the Invitation to J In with Great
Britain and Germany In th*- object* apec-
Iged. The French note follow*
Kml*a*ey of the French Repubilc to the
Unite*! Srate* Waahlnaton. Oct 17. W>.
The government of the rapubllc haa
nlghly appreciated th* r**ponw‘ which
the government of the Unite#! Slat#-* hm
made to it* note of the fourth of October;
it ha* been aapeclaliy gratifying to It to
observe the ecntlmcnta of aymjmthy f*r
France wnioh tMve evkb fitly n*plr#d that
All of H>* lni*rr*t*l l’owers have n-1-
hi'r.'.l 10 the essential prlnt-ipl# of the
Fr-wh note In so far a* .-.Kie-ms the
l.olnle which have c*ile<l forth .omne'iua
~n .he |i*ri of eeriain . ahlneis. Ih. y
could. II would seem. t- <M*oii*e"l amia.K
the Powers or
re|.re.nlallves at Pekin In the course of
nravtiaiions. und receive *u<-h rnodtfl. r
tlona us mlkhl he Indued neeewsary In
onh-r to more surely and speedily altalti
the common end
The essential ihlna now la to show the
Chinese aovemmeeii. which ha* declared
Itself ready to nominate, thai the Powera
are anlma rd by Ihe nmr *|>lrll. lhat
they are .!#• Ided to reelect the linearily
of China, and the Independence of lie
government; but that they ore none the
less resolved to obtatn the satisfaction to
which they have a right.
in thla retard It would aeem that If
the proportion which h.ts been accepted
the basts of netotlatlon* were rom
munlcated to the nhtnese idenliiotentlarles
by ths mlntaters of the Powers In Pekin.
or in 1 heir name by their clean, thl# *t**p
would) l*e of a imtiir** to have 1 happy
influence upon th*- determination* of ih
l.mjifnir of Uhltt* anl of hi-* government
li g#M *• wtihoui aay lug that thin 01,
, 11 \ *i#*| would pi no win*, interfere
with the examination of th** |w)inli tn
the French prv|oidtk>n to which the re *
ervnihac* made t\ n r 11111 government*
Ilu mlnt*t'T for foreign affair* would
!*• partUularlv ha|p> to learn that thi*
I* nkt (hi optnum of (he Prr*ldent f
the United St 1 - Hint of the honorable
S*crei,ry of State, ait.l that they have
t .ought it opfNirtune to nend 10 the mini*-
Ur In Pekin ln*tructlon* In thl* *•*!*•
It e| I * #f I Ml|e| Mfflt*.
The S* , reMtv of State to the French
Uharge d'Affair* The government of
the united State* |t* grat|fl<H| to learn
lha 1 ail ihe intertet#*! Powera have ad
tiered io the e#**Mlal principle #if the
i rem It note of th t 4. and truntn t int
*u di reht rvwtion* a thc\ have augf *t
e*l will, like thone mentioned in the re
ply of the UnPfHl State* pro\e tin em
barian-dfiient to the pnmree* of the n
got In t lat in the Hmwe of whi h they
'•m Im frank.s <lu. uh-. 1 with view to
a • ommon agreevtreni
Holding a * It doc* In accord with the
I-rem h governnnnt that th*- e**entmi
thing now I- tn prove to the Uhlne*. gt\
erntnent lhat Ihe INwem are ready to
m*el It In the (With (if pea* **'ul negotia
lion. n*l that they are united In their
repealerll) declare*l dectNlon to renpect the
ti.l* grity of t'hlna and the lirl*-i*enden ••
of it* government, while njually united in
the rooolve to obtain rlgUtfu! natUfa tl ui
fur th- gr*nt wrong* they and their no
tional* have suffer# and. thl* government ha >
Innlruct#*! ft* minister to IVkln t* con
cur In pre#.ertlii,; to th* t*hin* e pb*nlti
tentlari*'* the point* uim which w- are
agreed an the Initial atep toward* n**go
tiailon* and toward* the re-e*l*ldlahmetlt
of Ihe effet five p* wer and authority of the
The government of the United Stole*
believe* that the happy Influence upon
the determination* of the Uhlneae Kin*
l*er>r and of ill* government, which the
government of the French re pul 4lc m
tP I;w?e* a* the reMtlt of thi* *lep. would
I* etill further indtn ed If lh- Power*
wetv to In r I tub a* part *f their Initial
M larathxi 1 e*lle tive manifestation *f
their determlnatkwi to preserve the terri
torial Integrity, and the admlnlotraflve
entirely of t'hlna and lo secure, for th**
Utilneae nation and for themtudve*. ta*
benefits of open and equal commercwl
Inter, our** between the (*hlnee FJmplre
and the world af large
!>epi - tmoltt of Hi *t* W ashington. Oct.
NO |>NOTK4 TION lt HKRDKD.
It 11 lon ! Ini* il Ihe %11 a li-4rr mn n
Ht. Pet r*lurg. Gel. 22 Tlie Vl#*lttioll
think* the Anglo-German agreemetl i*
"enigmatical, *m* th* malnienance of
the Integrity of t'hlna 1* accepted a* the
fumlanu-ntfil pi Inc l pie by ail Power*. II
"The agreement, therefore. *lnv* nt the
protii tlon of that wTilth neelw no ptote,-.
1 *Wn. To the question a* to who will
threaten Ihe Integrlt) of f'hlna. there i
only one answer Iho** who have arrang
ed t crush any on# who think* of pre
venting them from tnkhig a* lody th<*e
port* 111 t'hlra will h the> have regard
ed a* belonging to them. Itu**ia will tn
♦h* me mw hlle know how to prole*’t
The Novoe Vremva reg<*rl* h* terri
tory n>rlh of Pel 110 river a* I* longing
lo litiseia. "who will not admit the appil
iithxi of the 'open door’ to that terri
Ill‘l I PIKD 11% TDK FHF3NUH.
They ll*l#f Ihe I4wllr<ad and Dep#l
at l'* Ting Fa.
Pari*, Oct 22 —Gen Voyron. command
er of the French troop* in t'hlna, tele,
graph* from Taku. utfller date f Oct. 2<.
"French troop* occupy the railrMd and
railroad depot at Pao Ting Fu. and are
reconnnlterlng north and south a* far *
the terminus The raliroud 1* being re
• air#d t'olumn* from Pekin and Tl**n
T*ln *houil shortly arrive here."
• la* n* Weerel I lauae*.
Berlin, Oct 2.' Wlh reference to the
*P**' ukiflull a* to the exlxte’tce #*f *tere 1
clause* In the Anglo-German agreemerM,
the Natlcnal Zeltung after careful in
quiry. affirm* that no clause* exist
ftafMfleri VNtlh Igretwiest.
Berlin, on 22 To< German association
of Shanghai. h* telegraphed t fount von
liu<:*w. ih* impeliai chancellor, warm
satisfaction with the Anglo-German agree
II % Milt Hl* 1.41 A A ILL TAKFA.
irriMirmenl* for Payment of Inler
e*l In I ailed afalea.
New York. Oct. .-4hibocrlpll©na o
the HiimTajrg bjn rtcdfl to-day. called
for more than the entire portion allotted
to this country, and Insured the succeaa
of the offering The books close in Ger
mnny 10-morrcw. an| the list cloned In
thl* city to-day. although to-day'* order*
cam# principally from local *ub*<’rll>er*.
out of town pure ha sera having had scarce
ly yet time to #|e.*lare thetr Intention#.
It was announced definitely to day that
arrangement* had been perfected where
by Interest tnyment* in the if imiiurir
loan will he mad#* In the United State*
Instead of .it foreign center*, a* in the
case of nearly every other foreign bond
DBNMAKK** PltlCK liOPltl ll*.
ke Now Wsnts la in Pay
for Those 1 4 1#• #il.
Berlin. <Vt 22 Reliabl# advices from
Copenhagen asserx that the sale of the
Danish Antilles lo the United State# will
soon he effected. Next Thurwday the
Danish minister to the United States, I>r
fonstantlne Rrun. will start for
Wo*hin4<a). bearing the formal terms of
A bill authorising the alienation st the
price fixed by the present cabinet, f7
uno.ono. Will reach the Rlknlag in a few
Mueh t tinier* In Japan.
flt Petersburg. t>ct 22 —A dispatch re
etdved from Vladlvrato'k, say* cholera
t* lr4 reaslng to such an extent in Japan
1 hat steamer* thence have Ix-en quaran
tined The dispute!) adds there have been
a number of death* on board of steam
er* coming from Nagasaki
Aeharr'i Renlunatlon Not Accepted.
New York. Oct. 22 —George M Army.
Secretary of th# National Civil Service
Reform League, to-day announced the
league's refusal to accept the resigna
tion of Carl Bchura as president.
DAILY D A YEAR.
r 4 i:n m a ropy
witkly 2 t:mi:s A WLKK.II a ykar
JOHN SHERMAN DEAD
4 %14 1.114 Ol Uiltl HTtTKAMA* %NI
fin i\( it it. I: ndi:d,
A HIGH TRIBUTE PAID HIM.
I'M tSHIDFNT hX I II PHIM |. MHI IOD
I PON ll| Di % I 11.
Dcnfli lnr II rn 1 11 Kb*utlon From
Weakness mill old %u;c— VlVeetad
•> Death of Ills VV If.— Ills nreer
ns Nennlor anil 1 nlunet officer—llls
tleitinrkahl#- Work In llaiMlllug
tl##* 4 unntry's l-*lni n*es—% 11 oitt ml
I Imu" In ll- llalf-maalt-d.
W.iihigton ict. 22 lln. John Hlier
auin. former repre*entatlvc in the llou*e,
for .1 long term a member of the Senate
.o*l twice li (liltng iblnet i>o*ltlotia. ib*d
ai hi* r* i-tdciti < in till* • Ity at 6 46 o 10. k
thi* morniiu. tn the 7vth year of hi* age
III* doitli ti.td hc*| cxp- tel for wmn
da) a, and loving frletida guv* him their
unr*milting < are and ait* ntion to the end.
The Immediate cause of <lcath was d*
scribed < brain exiiau*4ton Incident to
extreme weakness dti* to old ig* anl to
several -tt*< ka (-f *1 *lin#*** from which
In- ha* suffered for the |i*t arid a
half Since Saturday afternoon Mr siher
trian had Ih *ll for m -t of the time un
conscious, rallying putiall) ui Interval*
when *oni* sitgtn nourishment w•* given
him. Yesterday afteru.oti evidence* of the
approaching end wa re manifest and lie
foiled to regain consciousness after S
o'clock. 1 an-lug away p*acefully Just gftei
During th day ami evening a number
of Inquiries were made n the hot**# con*
< ernlng th* condition of the *lck man.
i'rest*lent McKinley being among those
wh> srnl to 11 -k alNMit him tteveral -law*
ag>. r'wlizlng tlie critical condition of Mr
Sherm in the number* of the iiousehold
and relatives her# sent telegram* to a
large number of th** family i-onnectiocia
throughout the country notifying 1 hAn
of hi* extreme tllne** and some were able
to reach there before he dhd Most of
those who nrrlvei! were it the i*!*tdi
when the end came, th*- riumiier Includ
ing Mr. and Mr Colgate Hoyt of New
York. Mr and Mn* Frank Wthorg of t*m
• Innatl, Mr*. Willi.mi K. (Mi# of New
York. I*. Tei umseh Rherman. a son of
the ite Gen. Hherrnan; Charles M Hher
mnn of Chicago, iivd Ml*- Lizzie Hher
irian Other;, who were ,*• the ia-*)ld#
were Mr*. James M> Cos Hum. the adoptee!
• laughter who had (**■ hi* <>n*tant at
1* ndani, ami her hushainl ##-n and Mrs.
Mile*, the latter a niece of Mr flhermzn,
were at (he hoy*, the greater |*or(ton of
the day and evening hut left for their
home shortly after midqigin They worn
summoned when tt wa* apimrent that tha
•ml wn* near, and rech**l the house a
few minuter- after the venerable state*-
man bad pawn'd away.
In Feeble lleallh.
Mr Hherrnan ha I imh hy*n in roh*t
h'-Mlth fr <'on*lieribly over a year. In
March. IWi, while on . p)*iMtire trip to
the French am! Hp#tn!*h West Indies In
• ompariy with a relative, Frank Wiborg,
iie auffereil a severe attack of pneumonia
which aim* 1 prov<l fatal. Th# ship
upon which they were traveling touch* and
at Santiago, from which place reports
an#- lo the United Stale* that the well
known statesman had succumbed to th#
disease. If#- ruliled, however, and th#
family aecep4*d rhe offer of the United
State* government to bring him back to
the United fftate* on the cruiser Chicago,
tb#n In th** vicinity of Cuba, and he was
*afe|y landed ut Fort re • Monmc* arid
brought to hi* home in this
•By. Here he guln<| strength,
•ml wl* strong enough by sum
mer time to visit hi* homo in Ohk> Th#
family left hare r y In the summer for
•he old horm-stciM! at Mansfield. O They
wen* there but a short time when Mrs.
Sherman, whoa#* health hud ben very
frail, died Thl* wus a eevere blow to
rhe secretary, from which he never fully
recovered. He remained at Mnrrifled
until th** middle of Heptemi* r. when he
returned to Washing too.
Among Mr Sherman's former associate 1
in th*- Hens 1 e his demise will In* sincerely
felt without reference to party. In thia
field of activity hi# service had t>en p*r
tlcul iiiy able and sue -• ■•sful. IB (tad
wrve#| so long that experience aided n
hi* natural talents. He was a recognized
master of all the great public questions,
I*ust and present, und he had ut hie fn
gers nd all the array of fnts, figir*a
and precedent* to give complet#- elucida
tion to a subject. He wa* regarded as a
guide rather than a party leader, for hfa
e<nserv'uil*m. caution. Innet#* goo<l Judg
ment. afel |*wer of (ffOCtlVe execution in
spired confidence in any line of actb n
which he advised. Thl* was psrtk’tila fly
trtl. In later yrar*. worn h# hvl<l * I* ••Jin*
;>!*,'# In Ih# Hvnai* ai 'h.* question* ot
liiunc# m.l forelKn affair*.
tlnrL nl h)*e.‘lal IliiNor,
The n, w* of Mr. Bherman * ,leah was
eommnnl. atrtl to Ihe Stale lx |>.irtni< nt
by E J, Babnxk. for many year* pri
vate neoretary n*l oierk to Mr Hh*'rnuiii,
n<l al iweaent private ae. relnry to He<--
retary Hay. The FreahletM wa* at one.
Inform*.) by the <leiwrtment. arwl the llaas
n Ih* putilli' iHtllilinx* In Waahlnatoi*
were lowered al half-maal. so lo remain
until niter he funeral
The Preshlenl n* . mark of special hon
or to the deceased, who was no* at h
time of hl death eonnecie.l In any of
ficial capacity with the Kov.riim.nt of
•he IlnltMt Miate*. resort.,l lo th* un
usual course of perxonrtily |.reparU)K an
. xpresaiofx of li),' nation's Krlef (ti tho
*hape of a pro iHUMitu*. .I,'Scrtptlv* of tint
;wrsonai quallflew and clvi' ahllitUt* of tho
Al the Htale lic|*irlment also a m*-
saK** wa* framed to h* imiMltHlt# lo
fh* Fnlted State* amba.—H.tors. minisfera
rl charKry wbrood. officially not if vine
them of the ,lemle of ex-Hecrelary riher
man. The department will b* closed for
business durlnK he funeral services In
order fo allow the offt lal* and employe*
to attend In i-rson
Th* I'resldent wa* areatly affect'd by
the news. He Immediately directed th.it
the White House he cloaed to visitors amt
the flax over the executive manaion
placed at half-mast After <>rd< rib* oms
benutirti' flowers from the While HoU'
conservatory he went In person to Mr.
Hherrnan'* lute residence to expreta ht*
grief and offer what consolation he could
to the bereaved family. Mrs. McCal.um
Informed him of the provisional fun-ral
arrangement# and the Pre aid nt dec! lid
not to delay hi* departure tor Canton to
nlaht If thay were adhered to. but to at
tend the funeral services at Mansfl'ld,
(Continued on Fifth i'age.j