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THE MORNING NBWB
, , ~, ik* • Incorporated Ifk-
T ‘ * h butii.i. President
WILL GREET BRYAN
P, not II (TIC CM H* WILL GIVE
HIM IMG OV ITIOT.
many meetings to be held.
Hill t \ TO IIK nil I VET OVER THE
cm IS I CARRIAGE.
11, Will >it* itl. *1 Mttny of Hit- l.nlli-
KlrMTorkt to Mr ff In
Mmllon !>i|re —Hr Had a Grrnt
I M , in Nrtr Jrmry—l rottiln Hfrr
IV Hit Him KrrrywTinrv—Hrfrrrrd
i„ |||< Inronr and thr Trust (Jura
\. w y.irk. Oct. n.-Wlllkm J Bryan
H r. i the Hoffman House al 12:20
(Saturday) morning H* wan
(On4ltion ond retired Imme-
- * Oct. 26 —All arrangement*
a >**rfected for the recaption to be
f , i W'dllntn J. Bryan by the Na
t \ -o'latlon of Democratic Club*
A,! h iNmorrwtlc clubs In the cRy. as
number from Connecticut, will
uk part in the demonstration. Meet
ii l- in th* venlng ore to h- held m Coop
,l j ii i jht* Broadway Athletic Club and
y ii)i%on Square Garden.
Mr Bryan will arrive at 3 o'clock in the
. rr.-on from New Haven and will b*-
t ken ;o th* Hoffman House, where din
ner a'll Ik* served.
\t ihe conclusion of the dinner Mr
Ii and his party will witness the
• els display of fireworks, which will
given in Madison Squure In this
jare have t**en erected eight different
ind* from which meetings will be ad
•i: -siM. and simultaneously, while on the cross
reels a number of speaker* will address
re crowds from trucks placed there for
that purpose. The Madison Hquare Gar
n meeting will l*gin at 7:30 o’clock
with speeches by I>avtd B. Hill, Bourke
• H'kran. Senator Wellington ami Anson
Phelps Stokes, while In the meantime Mr
Pryan will be driven through the lines of
Democratic ciuls* to the Broadway Ath
letic Club. Cooper I’nion and Madison
All along this route meetings to th.*
i smber of seventy-five will be in prog
rsn. and Mr. Bryan la scheduled to ape ik
from his carriage at twenty of these meet
ings ll.s Madison Square Garden speech
will o upy about an hour and twenty
i inutes. and the Democratic candidate ex
act s to reach his hotel before midnight.
It was announced to-night that besides
ie meetings arranged for Mr. Bryan on
M rdjy in Brooklyn, he will ha the prin
• ip*, speaker at one to be held in Hamil
ton Flah Park, lower Das; Side, this city.
MJW JKJIJIKI is WITH BR)
towda In tbe TrnM-Makisg Mate
Were %ll Ills W ay.
N>w York. Oct. 2fi.—William J. Bryan
■ lay conclude*! his campaign tour of
tt - state of New Jersey. The day wns a
***ssful one In that the crowds which
h* addressed were both attentive and of
fair site, but the majority of them were
ither so large nor as demonstrative as
• *se of New York.
To-day was given up to a section of Jer
* y which is populated largely by people
w jo do business In New York city and
* *• people at the various towns at which
r ops were made said that in view of the
. **nce of so many of their townsmen
n attendance waa excellent.
The tour was made over®he Delaware
a Lackawanna Hallrotd. the most dls
t.r i point touched being I>over, fortr
rv.li* south of New York The other
t 'IIS at which speeches were made were
H.Soken. Harrison, Orange. Summit.
V >rri*town. Boomon. Paterson, Belleville
Newark, threw speeches lying made
**■ the last place.
r* ullty Mr. Bryan's Thursday work
*' rsb-d into to-day. for he did not re
’ * t us morning tint IS about 2 o’clock,
r.e of the pleasantest occasions of
K'ht was the last cf the aeries When
ri-.i bed his hotel in Hoboken, after
irriage tour of the city, he fcuiul
h • .O German dtlsen* awaiting his ar
r • They Insisted U|on tendering him
:.ade, and sang several of the songs
1 Fatherland in a way that delight
# l i . presidential candidate, iiorwlth
• <i r k he |s unf •mllia*’ with the lan
-'*• in which the songs ore writ*an
Prvan referred freq lently to-lay In
l ne • >nversattons to this opbodi*.
g that tils appreciation of it was
' r strong.
rh conclusion of ills erle* of mort
* Neyark to-night Mr Bryan ex
I *-i himself as highly gratified w‘th
i Jersey campaign
Prv.in made the longed s*np of the
Dover, forty miles out of New
H* spoke at that place for about
■ h ir and addressed a large crowd,
li*lent* l to Rim attgnt v**!y. not
• ding a ilght rain was falling .it
mv* he s|>oke.
H Efrrred tn his speech to erl bl-m
• If to the cfTect that he mad*
f r his campaign apeeches. On
P ibjegt he said:
Hpnkr of Ilia IsfkMS.
.".ling to the Republican* my farm
my only source o' in- ome. Th y
g t 1 am so avaricious that w en
mdldate for Presklent I will not
r < i n*eech unless I am paid several
Id and lolUirs. Thby also say *hat lam
w mi tons that I would spend all I
President. It Is hard to reeoi
twn stories. If you ate Interested
; * vir.g the facts. I can tell you that
‘ r *• n able to make a living under
* rule administration. under
j** ’* *n administ rat lons, nnd I think
able to make n better living
Be publican administration than
' the Republicans. Who will be re
‘ ’ 1 e for the administration, but 1
1 *eii you that every dollar that I
* de in the list four years has been
j! of the voluntary payment by
for what they bought and wanted
f 1 not tell you that I receive no m-mey
•Yipaign speeches. If the people jf
nitv pay any money when I hav*
It Is to mere the expenses of
v.* meeting x n some cases the people
}H the expenses of the train on
tf> travel when It goes from town
r , , * L If any Republican complains
— _ >*ou tell him shat a man w!k>
tmtlnued on Fifth Page.)
jlatmnnali illarning |
ANOTHER BANK DEFALCATION.
Ileckley, Bookkeeper for Harris A
To.. In tlte Tonthn nn a l liarge
of Mealing Pi.KHi.
N*-w* York. Oct 2d.—Another l.aiik defal
cation came to light this afternoon when
W tlliam J Berkley, dj years old. was ar
reste*! and arralgncNl in the police court
on ihe charge of grand larceny. M W
Halsey of tl.e firm of N. W. Harris A Cos.,
bankers of 31 Nassau street, dt latol that
Beck ley has been In the employ of the
firm as Istukkccper and teller for three
.V' ars, and that he has stolen s**.gk> in 4hat
time The specific complaint made by
M: I!alary himself rigalnst Berkley ta
th** theft of 91,4 m) on Oct 10
Mr Haisev paid this afternoon that th *
defalcation wan discovered by an n cld* nt.
In going over an acixiunt In -.he took* the
Other day h** declines a falsification was
d***'t*.l in which It* kle> ha 1 kept out
9MOD from the cash >f the btnklig tirm.
After the firm was satisfied, sail Mr
Halsey, that the bookkeeper hid b* en
f-dsifying his actunints and :it the stme
time approprlating movP‘> hl bendamen
w%s iutind 'inl caustd his arrest.
On the advice of counsel He kl •> w lived
examination and .igKirat** Flammer
held him in 93.hu bull for the ruui \ Jury.
The young man was i k*n to the Tombs.
Beckley would not talk about hi- c.i*e
Ileckiey has teen marrl*l s x mxiths and
it Is .iid ha ben iw*ndlng tie mmcv
In playing the horse races an I ha* bean
Uttil m:\TS WERE A\s \\ EN KO.
Ilrieks and Tin I nm Fired at Repub
lirnn *|m llblndees.
Chicago. Oot| J. R publican argumenia
were answerel with bricks, paving hl<> ks.
tin cans, malb-t*. v<-getabls. chunks of
brs*l and eggs to-day at Superior .r.d
A "prosperiiy wagon” sent out for a
“heart to heart*’ talk with the furn ice
factory employes * * the center of a riot
In which 500 men parHcli al**d.
Two of the speakers on the wag n were
injured, a colored quartet sent out was
put to flight and th- wag* n was glv n
Atiut I.oob men intended tlie meeting.
Trouble began a f* w minutes after the
chairman hail Introduced t! • that ap ok *r.
Somebody threw a brick. A moment later
some laxly else threw .1 ptving ldcck and
then i seerfle<l that * veryltody In the
crowd wa* throwing something.
The melee la- f**r ful y t*n minutes,
when a imtrol wagon full of i*oll*emen er
rlved and scat ter el the belllgeenta.
HUM 4I.YORH U D DIM tl\ BRED.
Clerk Raw Him Manipulating the
< li nrinulmuor *leet.
New York Oct 2> -In order to make
char ijertaln alleged misatat* ments. Vice
President Hlne. of the Klrat Nation tl
Bank, to-day explained In detail t* ni- of
the Incidents leading up to the dDcovc. y
of A Word's crl mr.
In the first p.sce Mr. Hlne said A vord
had work**! aiaadlly and without auspl -
lon until the afternoon of the lKth nt
By the merest accident a clerk saw hint
m.ikt* cirtaln erasure* in the chwrii.g
house sheet, and while he th ught this
unusual, said nothing about It to any
body until shortly after 4 o'clock. By
that time AI vord had gone, but it was ex
pected that lo- woutd return, a* h had
some work to finish.
When A Word fulled to return the clerk
wlh bad seen him mak* the erasure*
mde casual mention *f the matter t
A.Kl.iani Baeku* The hitter,
without u.|--.tlnK that nnythinK w.te
wronx, looked over Alvord's Itulanee an.t
soon fount! eev* rul *il-. reiwili .ee He was
on the point of leuvin* matter* for Al
voril's adJuetmoW when he dechled to
make a further examination and *oon owr
that many Item* hat! been tlellberately
liy this time the *u*plelon* of the *-
*l*tant ra.hler ha l hecotno very mu. h
nrouse.l All the hath official., of the hank
hni none for the .lay. bin Katherine a
number of clerk*. Mr llackti* went hur
rieilly over tlie note teller** lunik* an lln
n few moment* ha l ovcrwhelmin# proof
of Alvorrt'* guilt.
Mr. Hlne tlUl not *nv how Alvortl learn
cl that he wa* under suspicion, hut he
confirmed the reftort tluit the note teller
return. J to the hank early on Thursday
rvenlttK and *eelng other* at work upon
l.l* hook* he reallxetl that he hail been
Alvord had b*efi under stirvclllano**
UP to that lime, although It ha been
said he wa* suspected a- early a* 'he
lth instant The hank offlcln!* are ,on
vlneed that he did not (to to hi* home th
nlKlti of (he lKlh and they are also con
vinced that he ha* not’been there since
the mornlitK of that date.
iikw tnn 'rr.i.i.cit Ai-vnun
Heported He Is at " Sanitarium Near
New York. Oot. 'SR.-A reward of *M<
will be offered by she First National Hank
for the arrest and detention of the de
faulting note teller. Cornelius U Alvord.
This eoncluslon was arrived at and the
announcement was made to-day after n
long conference of the hank officials with
Ca|4 JdcCluaky of the detective bureau.
The KVenlnc Tebgram to-day,prints the
statement that Alvord was taken to. and
still H at. a sanitarium not far from
Mount Vernon The assertion Is made
that when the defaulter knew he had
heen detected 111 his stealing he complete
Mao I,oked l.lke Alvord.
Stnmforil. Conn.. Oct. 26. —It has heen
learned that n man answering the descrip
tion of Alvord. the missing note teller of
the First National Hank. New A ork. vis
tied on Tuesday the sanitarium of I>r.
Frank H. Httrnea, on the outskirts of the
city. Hr. Fames stand that the man
looked about the plaee for some little lime
and made a number of Inquiries, hut went
away without g.vlng his name or any clue
a* to his Identity.
POUTKII CANNOT HKtOAF.It.
President’* Former Secretary Is
Pomfret. Conn . Oct !•> -John Addison
Porter, formerly secretary to President
McKinley, lies dangerously 111 ar his resi
dence In this place, suffering from a dls
e.ts< which must ultimately end In death
On Wednesday of this week a very dan
gerous operation was performed Mr. Por.
ter rallied splendidly from the shoe)*. but
hts case Is said to he hopeless.
John L. Swill von Operated I pon.
New York. Oct. M -John L. Sullivan,
who was operated on Thursday for hernia,
was resting comfortably to-ntght. The
Physicians say that Sullivan will not be
able to leave the hospital for at* weeks.
SAVANNAH, <IA„ BATUHDAY. OCTOBER 27. I’.KHI.
OVATION FOR TEDDY
iiiowD* iiiiwM.it. miorTßO a*i>
*rr OKF F!RKWOHK.H.
REPUBLICANS TRIED HARD
HIT COM.H ROT Ol TIMI THE HIIY
CK EE BRATfOR.
Ilrmucrntlr llutioc* Ttminn on the
OtWty %rcl him! the ( nmiU In
lihillmoii Itfusrr—l’rosls l*eft the
(ißnlrn l\ ben llooanrlt Flnlulled
Speaking—Evidently Msn) Meat
Only for < nrlostty llls Speech
<'onsls|t*<| I'rtnctpnll) of Ittdlenle
I New York. Oct 26 —This city ovtrflot
*d with Republican enthusiasm to-night
on the occasion r.f the reception urrang
■el for Gov. Roosevelt, candidate of the
party for Vice President.
Beginning with the arrival at the Grand
|Central station on the minute of the
schtnlule time. 5.3i o’clock, until along to
wards midnight when the "Rough Rider”
governor went. tiril and weary, to his
sister's homo for the night, th*re was such
a series of reception*, su h a burning cf
fireworks, such electrical displays mhl
such volumes of eloquence as Is seldom
seen In New York It was the climax of
the candidates tour of many thousand*
of mile*, and his friends ind a-dnirer*
made the streets ring with their shout*
of web ome bom*-.
As early a* & o'clock the crowds began
to gather at the Grand Central station
to se “Te.ldy” come. Many of th*- m* n
nnd women arrived In oorri.ge**. atul the
• road, to a great extent, was u well
| lr*- e*d one. Foh e on f*4 to the num
; her of IGO, controller) the throng. anl forty
I mounte| one* acted as the Governor’s
I iewly guarl through the street*
Rome rnlnutts leforc train time th- Re-
I ception GommtMee arrived at the station.
I There wa* an open carriage for the Gov
ernor. In It were Gen Fiancla V. Greene
and Secretnrv R Manchester ©f the
County Committee, and Cornelius N.
Bliss. In other carriages were William
Barn**. Jr.. Senator N R. S*x>tt. Will
iam II Tenßyell and other prominent Re
II ifttli t on the Minute.
When the Governor’* train cumo In on
time one very demonstrative, well-dressed
man broke through the lines and shouted
"Just like Teddy. High: on the minute *'
This was th* signal for the crowd which
broke Into a great cheer. Mr Bliss was
brat to greet Gov. Roosevelt. He shook
hands cordially and told the Governor he
"Thank you. I’m In perfec-t health." re
plied the Governor. He sm:ied and sh<>k
every member of the committee by the
hand. A* he passed along the platform
he was k*>pt bowing to the crowd.
''Hooray for Teddy; three cheers for the
<3©vernor; what * the matter with the
next Vice l’resldent !** were aom** of the
thing which made the Governor smile At
the end of the platform there wa* a min
ute of delav and a number of women In
sisted on shaking hand* with the Gover
nor. The party finally got in'o the car
nages and away to Fifth avenue. The
crowd kept up the cheering until the party
was out of view The route wa* straight
| down khr avenue to the hotel The Gover
I nor was cheered all along th** line nd
!at the Fifth Avenue Hotel *he femes
j about the station were largely repeated.
Mori* Republican Firework*
While the Governor wns at dinner the
I crowd* gathered In Madison Square At
It So o'clock the llrework* -lisplav liegan
Kvery Invention In the pyrotechnic tl line
was utiltrcd. ami some of the displays took
the crowd by Moral Great set piece* of
"the full dinner pall" and representations
of President McKinley and Gov. Roosevelt
were cheered vigorously. The It.mo
cratlc mutascope on the Harthokll Hotel
roof was nt work all the lime, throwing
mottoes on thr Dewey arch, .at the crowds
anti on the walls of the buildings round
the square, but the Republicans Ignored it.
Another fewture was the playing of the
many bonds In unison directed by .1
searchlight, and the vast chorus singing
Deputy Chief Cortrlghi and Ihe live In
spector* who worked with him had 1.000
policemen about Madison Square anti In
the Garden. They kept the crowd under
perfect control from the outset. A way
1 was kept open from the hotel up Fifth
avenue and tinder the arch to Twenty
sixth .tree! The people Were kept back
to the curb. Gov Roosevelt came out of
the hotel at 7.50 o'ckxk and got Into his
carriage He was recognised at once, and
tin 111 he got Into !lic Garden and for some
minutes afterward he was cheered amt
cheered lie stood nearly all the way to
the Garden and towed to the crowd.
The Governor reached Madison Square
Garden at 7:5* o'clock The cheering out
side mads thl. fnrt known to those with
in and there were expeclant cries of
1 "Here he rotnts!" The audience stood
waving flag* and cheering when the Gov
ernor appeared. There was a great tu
mult. Hands were tr\lng hard to mike
their music heard, hut except to thoso
Immediately alongside they might love
kept silent. The rarty went to th* steak -
era stand The Governor followed and
back of him came Henator Platt. When
the Governor got to his place on the
ftont of the stand the applause wa* deaf
ening Gen. Greene trad to get order, but
the crowd cheered the louder. The Gover
nor stood quietly la-slde the chairman.
The applause lasttd nine minutes:
Gen. Greene Introduced Ihe Governor as
: ih, strongest advocate of the administra
tion's policy In the Philippines Another
; ovation followed as the Governor raised
1 his hand to command attention, lie began
Ids a.klrc*. with the words
"My fellow Americans." He referred to
t'ol Bryan’s visit to the state and the
reception prepared by Tammany Hall and
the audience groaned and hissed "Good
for you. Teddy, soak It to 'em!" yelled
a man away up high. Many like exclama
tions came from other part* of the (Jar
den His reference to Mr. ('poker's fa
mous r. mark about working for his own
poeket all Ihr time brought forth the
cry: "You're right, Tetd>."
He Hldleuled llrjnn.
Gov. Roosevelt ridiculed Mr Hryan's at
titude on every pub.lc uuestlon
' Hall into him. give Mm the mlachlef!"
roared a man The audience kept up n
-eeasant cheering. The Governor took up
militarism He caused much laughing
when he told of the "danger of M-lDOth
of a matt to exery thousand of our pop
In answer to Col Bryan'* remark that
I the soldier* "walk about In Idleneae."
th* Governor ehouied:
••Oen Uw'on no longer walks about
In Idleneae." and the crowd cheered
Charles 8. Fairchild. ex-Be retary of
qonttnued on Fifth Pag*
RIOT AT VALLEY FIELD.
Trass* t ailed Out to Keep (Sown the
Trouble Doe tn the Strike ami
Montreal. Que Oct 36 There are now on
duty at Valley Field, guarding the exteu
itve works of the lomin!on Cotton Com
pany. twenty-live officers and JM ron-com
mlsMiont l fflcers and men of the Royal
Scots. Victoria Rides and garrlaon artil
lcr>, auginent-<l by a hearer corps The
Victoria Rifles have their Maxim gun with
The sending of reinforcements was de-
Uded on late last night after the first de-
of the Royal Scots had come
into collision wt:h the strikers and a* the
result had nine of ihetr men sent to the
The Hoot* were practically at the mercy
of the strikers, as Col Ibbotson wa* un
able to find a magistrate who was will
ing to read th Hot act The officer* had
to content themselves with bring their r*
\olvers Into the air In the meantime the
men were the target* for a fusillade of
*tne* and other mis.dle*
% The town. It may be explained la
ly French Canadian and ha* at oil time#
Iteen a hotbed of race hatred, culminating
in trouble recently oxer tne employ mailt
of Kngllshmen In th* mills where there
are som rt 4.ds employe" paid by E gll-h
Although the present trouble Is n hc
couni of a refusal on the part of the mill
management to recognise the unt> n in th*
matter of a d-minl for mor* j ay for th
men working on the construction of anew
mill the difficulty has all the apnea ranee
of assuming the l*l pita • of ra lal antag
onism. fuel being abided to the tl ones tv
the presence of th** I4fltlsh >*•*• from
Montreal A delacbm*n* of the Duke of
York * Koval Canadian lluasars (oavalrvt
I* iinrt* r orders to proceed to Val ey Field
only one striker was wounde.l la-t
night ID was shot In the arm and Is not
Four humired more operatives Jolne l
the sttlkert this morning The town Is
under 'martial l w
tttlF.lth nil! TWO VICTOHIE*.
raptured .larnlisitsl and Cut Off a
rape Town. Oct. 36 -Th" Boera have
captured Jacotwdal. southwest of Klmber
ly, after a stubborn resistance upon Ihe
Istrl of the garrison, which consist'd of a
detachment of t'npe Town Highlanders
The- latter suffered severely, losing thirty
four out of fifty-two men.
Hans lintha has cut off a train with it
reconno!t..rlng party of the Highland Bri
gade. between Heidelberg and tbreyllngs
ladt. in the Transvaal colony, tearing up
the ral s In front and l-ehlnd the train In
the light which followed two captains and
eight men were wounded and all were
MIGHI.ANIIKM* LOST WtHTEPA.
It Now Appears Tha Jaeebsdal AA'a.
Nut Captured by lluer..
lawdon. Oct. 26 It now appears tha!
Jacobadnl was not captured by the Boers
Advices received from Cape Town shortly
after midnight say:
"I.ster news from Jacobsdal shows thnt
two hundred Boers unsuccessfully attack
ed the garrison. The Highlanders had
fourteen killed and 'twenty wounded "
ORANUK FItF.K PITATK AGAIN.
President <tte> n Declares Fourlea-
I.itrg tn Dr Its Capital.
Maseru. Basutoland. Oct 26.—1 tls re
ported here that ex-Presldent Bteyn am!
Ihe members of Ih# executive council are
at Fourleaburg. south of Bethlehem *attd
that he has declared Fourleaburg lo he
Ihe "capta! of the Orange Free 81 ite "
Mr. Steyn has ordered Keyter, a mem
ber of the late Volksraad, to be tried on
the charge of high treason.
PART III' lilt IT I Nil l: MPIHF-
Asnriellon fit the Trssfinsl Wa*
Forui" lit Proclaimed.
Pretoria. Oct. 2#—The Tranavaal wit
to-day proclaimed a part of Ihe Brllisn
Rmplre. Ihe proclamation being ittended
with Impressive ceremonies. Tho royal
standard was hoisted In Ihe main square
of the city, the Grenadiers present's!
arm., massed hands played ihe national
anthem. Sir Alfred Milner read the proc
lamation. and 6.3<0 troops, represent Ini;
Great Britain and her i-oionle*. marched
HAN NKTTI.KD WITH tilts. IMIIT.
She Toraed Over About $21,000 ta
New York. Oct. 26—The Kltxabethport
Banking Company, from which William
Hchrelher stole a little over HOo.OOO In two
years, has made a settlement with Mrs
Annie Hart, upon whom much of the
money was spent. By the terms of this
settlement Mr* Hart has made a general
assignment to the hank of all of Ihe prop
erty of which she was possessed, except
the household furniture, her wearing ap
parel and *0 much of her Jewelry as she
ran prove was not given to her by grhrel
ber. All Ihe property Is valued at about
In consideration of Ihls assignment the
bank has executed to Mre Hart a gen
eral release of any and all claims It has
made against her
AVII.I. JOIN THR IHCMOt R ATK.
National Assnrlatlon of Anti.lmper
New York. Oct. W —The National Asao
rtatlon of anti-imperialist (Tubs has de
cided to affiliate with the National A .so
cial lon of Democratic ('luh*. For thl* pur
pose a preamble aid resolution has been
adopted which rewlve:
"That the executive committee of the
National Association of antl-Impertallai
Clubs herewith authorlxrs and direct. Its
officer* to arrange ,n afflllnUon with the
National Association of Democratic
Two Hart In n fdlllelon.
Kew West, Fla.. Oct. 26 —W’htlc leaving
th harbor, the collier Evelyn collided
with , and smashfrl the yawl of lha pl'oi
boat Hancock and Injured two tneo Cept.
Shaw of th* pilot boat Hancock ea
aboard the steamer and was taken tj
Port Tampa A launch from th* gunboat
Bancroft picked up th* men and had th'lr
wounds - dress'd on th* gunboat, whan
they are re brought i*hor and placed in
Ah* hospital. They will reaover.
NO ANTI-LIQUOR BILL
|ltl>lllltmo\lWT II % %’E UMH'Ti n
SOME Him TACTK*.
IT IS A DISPENSARY SCHEME.
HOt. WE IRON \ WRIGHT HE Until:
Will liltf til t auntie* With t’ltlra
of A.tMN) r ttiirr tlie Hlgbl t \ lr
for a llla|enarx similar to llml
>w tn o|irrnlloii In 4lltrn— Uiunt
Decided Tbat >o l*rblbltloo Meaa
wre W 111 Me Introduced nt Till a
Atl.inta Oct > Finding that It wmiUl
Im* useless to attempt to pas* a state pro
hibition bill, nt this asset oil of the Gen
eral Assembly. Hon f*-1 *orn Wright of
Rome who was once the prohibition can
didate for Governor, has determined to
Introduce Instead, .i bill intended a* a
This measure will provide that nil coun
ties In which there ire cities of S.iMW peo
ple or over, ebtt.l allow the inhabitant*
to vote (Ni three Insure, u soiuie |*rohl>i
tkai. llcrntuil larr<M>ms or lisp*-isarie*.
*M'h a* thiif tn Athens.
Under the present law they hive til*
ojgloti of voting on absolute prohibition
or licen*d lurroums In spe iking of hi*
proposed hill thi* morning Mr. Wright
tatel to a New* reporter.
Think* It Will He a kolstlon.
”1 expect to infriMlme bill In this ses
sion of the Legislature giving to ill coun
ties with a city having over &.000 Inhutilt
ftuts. in addition to the right they now
have to vote for absolute prohibition, the
right to vot•• for a d.apensary, siinllar to
the one now In operation m Athens, (la.
A* It now* stand* the l.rgc clt!e* tn Geor
gia have no choice except the present ll
ernse system and nhaoiute prohibition. I
simply desire to extend th- local opium
feature of the obi l%w to Include a dis
pensary. The profits arising from the
dispensaries mo establish* and. If the Idll is
passe*!, will go towards the establishing
of r*-fnrmatnrb s for y<ajng criminals ami
fr home* for the cur* and education of
dependent chl dren. Thl* system whp'h I
pmiHise will meet with Hie satisfaction of
many who.in- npp.med t.ai*-**Jut* pr*hlbl
tioti, and who are also opposed to Been** and
"The numl>er of )l*pen*arle* to ie had
In any one place will to* determined by a
l*mrd of commissioner* app inted by tlte
Mayor and Council. | think ih*> plan If
adopted will be the solution of the prohi
bit lon issue and I think from the talk I
have had about the bill It will be satis
factory both to Prohibittonlo's and antl-
Prohibitbvnlsts. TMs matter was dls* us*
ed at the rro hfMtior caucus held re# ter
day afternoon, an*l the men who attend
ed the meeting seemed f>leased with !
"I have not yet pre|wared the full bill,”
said Mr Wright, “but I think 1 will get
ft ready by to-tnerrow TTn- All! will glv**
all the details of tlt** working of the sys
tem Where the peofde now have choice
between two things Hiey will have the
cholf'*- of three My bill will not apply i
counties having towns with a population
of lees than D.nnr* “
There was caucus held yesterday by
the prohibition members, in which a gen
eral prohibition bill w* discussed It wa
deckled, however, tliat such a measure
wouUI have no chance of |as*4ng th*
House, and Mr Wright’s bill w.s there
fore favored Hent</r Bell declared this
morning that such m bill wou*l be useless,
and that the prohibitionists of the House
and Senate hod so determined
“I k>n*t think that a prohibition hill
will be Introduced," raU! Hen4tot Be||,” an
there are not enough supporters to pa*#
MINI Ha ARK 111 .101 l ING.
(lore I ompattles Have Aierced to I'ny
Kstra ses Per Cent.
Scranton. Pa.. Oct. 26 —There Is great
rejoicing to-day all through H< ranton and
the Valley at the mlliug off
of the anthracite miners .trike by Presi
dent Mitchell and Ills excetillve officers.
The order has also had the effect of
stimulating tile companies whb h had not
already posted notices agreeing to ad
vance wages U* per cent., to do so, and
to-day the Pennsylvania Coal Gotnpany
sent out It* ofll' ild noth e to It* mines at
Dunmore. Avars and Pitt.lon Fifty-three
thousand men and boy* In this region will
resume work en Monday
The business community I* enthusiast!'-
over the winter's outlook and among th.-
operators there I. the otdnlon that there
will tie extra efforts made to meet th' 1
market demands for coal. AI Ihe mines
all Ihe sldlnga are miesl Kith car. and th
shipment, of coal are certain to be large
before another week ends
WINF.MV RIOT AT Nil A MOK IN.
Assailed Non-union Men With Vol
leys of t'obhlestonee.
Hhamokln. Pa.. Ocl. 26 Fifteen hun
dred angry men. women nnd children as
sembled near Cameron colliery thl* even
ing. and aa the non-union workmen left
for home they were assailed by volleys
Although every one of the workmen had
hern sworn In a* spe. lal policemen and
were nrm**'t. they did not ehoot Ipso th*
mob. which was led hy four women car
rying American flags Mlltr* Dougherty,
an officer of the heal miners' organisa
tion. Indued *he crowd to dtaperae.
NeK IN l.$C! IN HKUIBTBMRD.
Fully Qualified Now to Vote the Re
Canton. 0,. Oct. 26 President McKin
ley (* now fully qualified 10 vote In pre
clnc* "B," First ward. Canton. He reg
istered Ihla morning and In answer to Ihe
usual questions, said his name Is Will
iam McKinley. rcsHer.ee No 723 North
Market street, aged 57. married, residence
In *tate fffty-aeveti years. In precinct one
year Th* ITesldent wa* accompanied by
judge Day He walked to and from the
polling plare. a distance of half a doxen
blocks, and grossed many acquaintances
Will Retain noth Offices.
London. Oct 27.—Th* Standard. In a
paragraph obvloualy Inenlred. announce*
that Lord Salisbury w,'l retain the doubla
office of prime m.nlster and secretary of
state for foreign affair*, and that Mr.
Joseph Chamberlain will retain the port
folio of secretary of state for Ihe colonies.
ANTI FOREIGN LEADERS DEAD.
kmti 3 1 taeeNmkril to Mcl*nes. Vo
Helen aolelded With Gold leaf.
Mint Tuun Max Follow.
Washington. Oct 2* The Chinese nitn
ister has received a dispatch stating that
Kang Yl. a member of the cabinet with
Yung Lu and one of the intense antkfor
*lgn b adera. wie-- puVt4ahm*m was b -
maud!-*! by the Powers, is dead, also that
Yu listen, the late governor of than Hi.
who Is sold to have been rr*|sinslble for
the d*ath of* many misslonarb s. ha* com
inltteil aulcble Minister Wu rsgards this
<*t * the result of the disfavor which
the high officials have received from the
The text of th* communication Is as fol
"Cablegram from Viceroy Chang CM
Tung, dated Oct. 25. states that governor
f Shun 8 has reported that Kang Yl died
on Oct IS. that Yu Haien Butt g!v.*rnw
of Hhen Hil lias commute*! suicide bx*
swallowing gold leaf, ond Ihrlnce Tuan
ha* not been permitted to ac. <inp4ny Gs*
"Cablegram, dntad Oct 31. fr*m Direc
tor General Hheng. stntrw tha an Impe
rial dt*re hue been lssue*l directing
Prince <*hing unl Karl Id t* Ox und sub
mit for an rox nl the several iwnakles lu
Ih- Inflictcii on ilmv*** princes and mtrla
ter* that ought to le punished lie pW*
I hot K ing Yl has died of I knw<, and
that Prince Tuan an*l Prince Hliwang have
not Im n allowed to accompany the couri
(to Hhen Hli
The death of Kang Yl is an important
event, a* he I* one of the ringleader*.
wlHcr punt*hmciit was dematuleil by the
Pwt* He he l the |M>*lt|t>n of assist
aril gnutd *e<-retarx ainl |reellent *f th*-
civil Ixanl. unl also wns one of the six
Chinestatesmen making up *he privy
ccunrll. or cabinet. whFh h the body
nearest the throne Although the ih*
|4itcfi to Mr Wu says only that Kang
Yl "died" m the lxth instant. t is thought
that thl- •! uti ivae the natum! r***ult
of th- disgrai'e whl'h has overtaken iie
anti foreign and Itoxer element
Gov Yu’s method of suicide, by swal
lowing gold leaf. Is unique to Chinn It
I* a men on by whl<*h high |*eraonag* take
their life, ih* gld leaf being representa
tive of their high station The leaf forms
n congealed tsdl In the canrils of the lu>dy
and brtngn d**(ith fnm suffocat'.on.
Minister Wu's advice* to-jjtoy also show
that ITlnre Turn ha* been vlslte<l with
severe eensiire from the thrNie and to
such an extent that it would be no sur
prise |f he followed the t*mir*e of Kang
Yl and Yu He has been prevented from
neeornpnnytng the Imperial court to HI
Nan Fu. and remains at Hhan HI. cut off
frmi further Influence upon the throne.
It Is exftccfvd lhaf he will lie twmfc*hd,
which, to a prince of the blood, is worse
than deca|*4tat'on. and under the Chinese
blew of propriety suicide Is likely to t*e his
Minister Wu laid his dispatches before
riNISHMKNT OF I.KADKHN.
Prince China sail Karl Id Are Di
rected tn Fix l.
Pnrl*. Oct 26 According to a dispatch
from Pekin, dated Oct. 24, to the Hava*
Agency. Prince t'hlttg and 1-4 Hung Chang
have < ommunlrated lo the legation. Ihe
Itnperla: decree In accordance wllh whlrb
the princes a rid ministers responsible for
the recent tmohle In China are to he
punished, acsrrdtng to their res|iectlve de.
gree* of culpability
The Emperor recognise* the tart that
Gen Tung Fuh Slang ha committed se
rious offenses: ai.l he charge* Prince
Chlng and 1.l llung Chang In fix the pen
allies 10 he Imposed on those for whom
•he Europeans demand punishment
The <lecrec states that i'blne.e plenlpo.
tentlarh-s have air- ady infill te<l |mnl->h
meni uiwn acme nrtn.‘'s These plenbae
(entiarles assure Ihe Kmprror of the death
of Kang Yl
Prime Tuan and Prince Tchouang are
not with the court. These communica
tion* are not satisfactory to the lega
MKKTING ItF THSC 44IMNTKMK.
Klrat Peace lllsrus'lus I'rnbahl)
Ixietdon. I4cl 27. 5 a m —According lo
Ihe latest Pekin atul Yokohama dlapateh.Ni
the first meeting of the foreign represen
tatlvew wllh reference to Ihe peace nego
Holtons, should have been held yester
1.1 Hung Chang haa been appointed gen
eralissimo of Ihe Wu \Ve| army, consist
ing of foreign drilled soldiers armed with
No I-noting at Pan Tlaa F*.
Tien T*lp, Ocl ?S via Hhangha'. Get
26 - A runner who left Pao Ting Fu O'l.
23 and arrived here to-day reia>rt* that the
allies re encamp.l there the Prltlsh
contlng. nt being outside the walls .fie
city The situation Is unchanged. Loot
ing Is forbidden and all supplies uartl by
the alllee are purchaae<b
AMI.HH AN FBACF. THini NAJs
Plan to Re I'rrarnfed tn tbe Psrs
Washington. Oct. 26 - Among leading
Komh and Onlral American diploma Data
In Waahlnglon const I'ration Is being glv-n
to a plan for establishing an Inlernat oal
court of arhltcatlon, similar to The Hague
tribunal, but having Jurisdiction over
countries of the Western Hemisphere and
with headquarter* probably In Washing
Although the project has not yet taken
formal shape. It I* received with so much
favor that It Is sure to be formally pre
sented to the cotntng |<an-Amilran con
gress which will o-semble at Ihe City of
Mexico. None of Ihe Mouth or Cin'ral
Amerlcary countries were represented a
The Hague conference, nor would T*h t
Hague tribunal have Jurisdiction ever
their difference*. But they always have
been strongly favor*he to arbitration.
AN A 1.1. DAY PARADI6.
Two Live Elephants Will l ead CM
rsn Ilr publicans.
Chicago. Oct. 26.—Over a hundred ami
iwenty-flve thousand men. representing
every branch of Industry Jn and around
Chicago, are expected 10 take port In the
parade to-morrow which Is to be the fea
ture of the closing days of the Republican
campaign In Chicago.
B'arting at 10 a. m. the pa ruder* will
march through the street* of the down
town district and. allowing for from S.OOO
to 10.006 men an hour. It Is estimated (hat
th* last man will not reach th* place of
dismtesal at 10 p. m
The parade will he replete with novel
ties. Two live elephant* at the head of
the Mnr will represent th# contribution
of thr Mirquett* Club to the parade.
DAILY $* A YEAR.
b CRN ra A COPY
WEEKLY 2 TLMKB-A-WEKK.fi A TEAR
SULLIVAN IS SUED
Ml SHUSH 11*1*1 *F\ ITOItI ALLEGED
HItKU II OF PR it Ml AIL
Miwn LiCFTON l it % 144*1 .N IIK I'ltOM-
I wED Tit 31311113 lltdl.
Had Her at Weaeral Instltatloaa.
a IMvoree for Her.
Persuaded Her %• Harry a
3 otititf Man 33 lt l'r|ose| Waya
Thr y 1.1% ed TagrtNef at Alex
andria. 3a., As Mr. and Mrs. *ut
tos-liH* yl. grt.fMMt.
Washington. Oct. 2* A suit for 9FVOO)
damages f.r !• tch of promise, against
rnltnl Htates Henator William V Hulll
van of Mtsslsslppt. wa* Illel |n the Db
tri tof CotumUti Supreme Court fhls uft
ernooti b> Mat
The piaintifT In her nfTldfivlt. alleges that
she. “.in unmarried w!>mnn. at the re
qus4 of the defendant, undertook nil
prom las* I to marry him. ami the defendant
undertook il promised to marry the
plaintiff whl- h lu . without ionise or
rigid, has refused to do."
The pUliHtfr claims that she met Hat
•tor Sullivan nU>ut Oct. 7. IK. In Ms
luw office ai Oxford, he being employrd
t defend her hrot w r-iri-luw Hhe claims
that he made protestations of affection fur
her “and twgau l.y wiles .ind artifices to
iialtice the plaintiff io accompany him on
a journey to Chattanooga. Tenn " Piam
tlff claims she refused to go with him.
but f!towe) him to correspond with her.
Hhe wmm nt that time married, but not
living with her husband. Plaintiff claims
lliat Senator SuUlvan promised to procura
a (Hvorea for her "and that lie would
ke*p her forever with him ami that she
should occupy a* high a position as any
lady in the land ”
About Dec 1. id;., the plaintiff at the
request of the defends nt went with him
to New Orleans In January. IDA. accord
ing to the affidavit filed to-day, the de
fendant placed plaintiff In Nelson’s bust
n. sa college*at btemphia. Tenn . paying
ler tuition and toward In May, I>W7. hn
secured a divorce for her
latfrudaced as Ills 33 Ife.
The affliiavlt then ail*gf H *hat May 10.
of that year, plaintiff anil defendant lived
together in Alnx.imlrki, V.. a* Mr. and
Mr* W L Hut ton He Introduced idaln
tlff as hi* wife he pla ed her in
the Fauquier Female Institute, in War
ronton. Va., as hie Macs, where she re
mained from January to June, 18*1. the
defendant wriling her every day amt
promising her he would marry her In tho
During this time plaintiff claims alia
had an offer of marrt.ige from a young
man wfw* l|vxl nwar her home and nikel
the defendant to corecnt to break off
their relations. The latter, she claims,
urged that she ahou!d not marry iha
y*ung man. but wult nnd marry him In
the following summer.
The affliiavlt aho> recite# that the < txipla
llxcd together In Washington and that the
defernkmt finally n.t.flel plaintiff that he
wa* not niiAtictally able to marry her.
Also that plaintiff hearing defendant was
111. In June, IJW>. • .im*- t*i Washington to
see him and found him nsxnlng with a
woman whom he had brought from Hollia
Hh*- clulm* that the defendant offered
her ll.onn to go home and not exi>o*e him
before said woman. The plaintiff refused
to do this and claim* that the defendant
abused her and left her without money,
friends or mean* to live on
The court afternoon Issued the us
ual writ for service on the defendant to
show cause within twenty daya of service,
why judgment should iwi be had. Tha
writ ta |n the bond* of the marshal for
this district for service.
Senator Hudlvnn I* out of the city Tha
rase cannot reach a trial for some moot ha
in the present eondblon of the docket.
ni.AcKMAfi. \i iiunti,
Declares Mult la an Attempt to Hr.
smirch Ilia' * Itarnrter.
Oxford. Mina.. Oct. _Lucy I/wM.
who brought a branch of promise suit
again M Senator W V Sullivan In Wash-
Ington. D. r, to-day wa morrld llft.-n
year* ago to Thonua Hyde, a carpentar
of thla county.
Shortly after their marrltg* aha and har
huahand moved to Temple, Tex . remiln-
Ihg there until alanit four year* ago,
when Mr* Hyde returned to Oxford.
Hyde *ul for a divorce In the Chancery
court of thl* (tale In IKK! and ob'alnel the
decision Senator Sullivan to-day gava
out ihe fol owing statement:
"Thla woman haa ahao.ulcly no claim on
me of any kind While In Washington re
cently an atlem; t wag made by her and
hr abettora to extort money from me un.
tier threat of a eult, such a* ahe haa now
brought. I declined to entertain such a
proposition. The proof will show that It Is
an attempt to besmirch my chancier."
HKAD ny sol I II Ki; h P tCIFK’.
t liHrlea M. llaya Mill tarreed t ollle
New York. Oct M -Charles H Tweed,
of the Southern PaclHc Railroad, stated
thla afternoon that Churlc* M Hays hod
been selected for the presidency of tiro
He said that Mr Ht) would ittumt
the new office shout Jan. 1. and that ha
would have hta hei<lquartera In San Fran,
cisco. Mr Tweed added that the other
officers of the Southern I’aclflr would
probably retain their present lualtlons.
Mr Tweed sold that the position had
not been offered to any one hut Mr Hays,
anti, although Mr Hay* had been the
unanimous choice of the board of dlrec.
tors, formal action on the selection will
not hr taken until Ihe meeting of tha
hoard next week.
tlerlln. Oct. M —With reference to lha
recent tight,ng In the German Hinterland
of Klao Chou, the lorelgw office has re
ceived reports that the intl-forelgn agi
tation In the province of Shan Tung la not
< onaiderad quelled
Wants Haaalan Protection.
London. Oct. *7.—"Emperor Nicholas.”
says the St. Petersburg correspondent of
the Dally Mali, "has received a latier
from lha Chinese Emperor asking him to
lake the conquered Manchurian provlooaa
under Russiau protection."