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looks like victory
u I HER WEAHISU TO 810 URI AH
he made thirty speeches.
A I IIA >lll TOY riSH PARK 100,000
jit . i l 'old !<• Hatr Bren One of fh.
I.r.nir*! I’nlltlenl Merflnita on
1t,,-ord Bore Than KMMHM4 I‘enplr
Al,Heard Mr. Bryan Speak In
llrt.ttkl> n—KI*M llllTerrnl I’aradr.
With 40.000 In Llae—Fell Well
tll ,r Ilia llnrd Work.
N w yolk. Oct. 29.—Wllilam J Bryan
brooch! to a clear bla election
r tt .rk In the irtraent camiatKn In
\. v York by making o speech to
„ anil enthusiastic Catherine at
j, ~. iish lark In Manhattan, and
, .... her ki Brooklyn.
, rmonstrallon In Brooklyn won one
, .largest political outpourings In the
1 r> of ihe borough. Over a humlreil
j, furnished music, and It is eii
, -..1 ttiat over lOO.CaW Ja-oide eaw an.l
i me Democratic candelate s|-ak to
wire eight different parndes in
t).. :ougli. and II Is estlm.Hed that ul
t. ■ .r. 411.(100 people were In line. Klre
, ..„ tl ime,i until midnight from a dosen
different an.l Greek fire was every
,. A -mall army of polk'emen kept
, . ruled.- In onler. ami twenty mounte.l
~m .re nn i Mr. Bryan's party at the
I-. ~n. cntrunci and acted ae an escort for
t .i- remainder of the evetilng.
Th- lire! speech wa made at the Acad
•mv of Music. As the Bryan tmrty a|>-
t,-hed the acadi my Iwmbi atsl eky
i, kt ts were set off In front of the hor
. ..h h ill and fl.lrd Ihe sky with colored
etar- Music broke forth from a dosen
bauds aid the throngs of people In the
M-.ets cheered ami shouted Ihemsi-lves
hoarse The academy was crowded with
an enthusiastic audience and thousands
if people who wished lo hear the lietno
iralic <andiil.it*’ <OUld nnt he admitted.
Went Wild With Ayylasae.
When Mr Bryan appeared on the plet
l -hi i .. crowd went wild with applause
111 I It was at least ten minutes before
ifflcient' i|ulet could lie restored to allow
i e speaker to proceed
Mr. Bryan spoke for thirty minutes, be
nu: frequently lmerrupied by applause i
.senator Wellington of Maryland, followed
Mr. Bryan, who. as soon as his speech was
. ;ed, started for the Park Theater.
ii ire he addressed another large gather -
After leaving the Park Theater. Mr
]:: un made a dash for the eastern dis
trict, arriving at the Palace Park rink
.ip Sock Before his arrival there
was a parade of s.floi Democrats with
f.venty bands. At a quarter to ten Mr
Hrvan arrived at L.iderkrani llall. where
v. re was another parade and more
I lids. At Military Hall the nil atop- j
ng place, there was a parade and
i > eniy-seven bands to greet the candt
It was nearly 11 o'c'.ock when the can
.tnif reached Arion Hall This was a
t be-r meeting, and Kiwin Maikham and
• ontroller < oler had addressed the gath-
K before Mr. Bryan arrived. From
Arion llnll Mr Bryan was driven to
y liwatien llall.
Mr Bryan and his party left for Hor- ;
I -vll.e at 12.’J s. m. on the Erie Hait
Was Still Feeling Well.
' And 1 am feeling tolerably well. I
V ink you."
Tins was Col. Bryan's response when
i 111 to-nlghl that he had made llilily
lies during the day. -ind thus broken
I own record for sp<echmaklint.
A- a rule the speeohe.- were not so long
t. oil most occasions, but 'hey exceeded In
i oniM r by nine or ten ihoes of any prevl
< day during ihe present mmpdan. and
Ii roe the highe-t number made In Ihe
i >: ...ilgn In any on<- day In Ikfi.
Now Vork city he made ore ipeeeh at
1 onllton Fish Park on the east i\le. an I
Brooklyn during the night hi made
< lit apeechea.
tl.iy's tour was first along the h*u-l
- ,-i r- of the Husquelinnna river, and
b back through the Catskills, an*
il n no- Hudson on the West Bide of th.
i to Weehawken; thence across the
• r i,| across Manhattan Island Into
1 All Ihe apeechea except one
v> i made |n the state of Nitv York.
' * x.-eptton being that of I-ittb- Ferry,
v . . In the suite of New Jersey.
* ■’ i Bryan accompanied her husliatid
I in* day. atsl she received almost
l. ii pliiuse as he did when she ap
before the crowds nssemblisl to
m. She was also presented during
i with many handsome bouquets
. and chrysanthemums. EBliot
h and Xlrs. Hanforth were also
' and ihe train during the *lav.
riic. greater enthusiasm was man*
and than at smaller places on Mr
llrst tour of the slate, and the
generally large In proporllon to
potation. Of Ihe day meetings
1 'll! was the longest, as If was one
' mast enlhuslasllc. Hnverstraw
‘■si Nyaek also received Xfr. Eryan
' ' ordlnlijr.
HI. SPOKE TO tup: HEBREW 4.
’•"•'Ul Gatherlnic Bx-fJov. dtonr
• Ins Ever W linessi-d.
w York. Oct 21.—Mr, Bryan's mcet
* r I ll im.iton Fl#h Park, under the aus
f the Hebrews of the East 8li!e,
-t at sue,-ess The attendance was
1 n. and the people wire so enthu
' in thrlr recept.on lhal It was dlfll
’o scura quirt sufficient to allow Mr
n to proceed.
Htyan adtreesed hlmee f especlsl'y
1 1-brews, faying he was glad to ad.
a race that had produced Bolomon.
’ContinueJ on Fifth Page.
Satonnal) ffflotfnino Wctos.
%n Attack Nn4f I pun lllm In Ills
Own —Why Hr Did Not
Mention I roker ni IllvWa.
Elmir. t. N Y . Oct. .D.—For the flrst
; time in New York stab ami in the l.omt
lof the Democrati‘- rnndkiate for Qovirnor,
Th'.lore Ho# - v it was a.-multrd on ine
fstree< of Elmir * to-ntght on the wav to
h* p.aco of meeting lie- was tn a \r
rU*e with former rten.iii r Fas-ett. imd m
Nveri (Hjints a ion*: the rout* wc*s |h|io.|
with e*ra hi .1 v# e-i i ib.e?*. ami grtfini
wnh the vli, t rpithe's He .<* in dlKni
fe l *>ilrn. ,• while i'a |sj|i.*p looked on
uneven |> The. r.imp.iign Club from
Corning was hlm assaulted ijer-onally.
in*l a hitter flKht rnnu*-*I. In the places
! ‘>f incrUng the Cover nor had no Inter
rupt on After it w-ij. over he said:
* It whs nasty conduct, the conduct of
Oov. Uooaevelt ftnihed the first dsy
of his itsond week's irn;uig'i
in this Mate by an Inv is:* n of
the lionie of the Democratic candHkite for
Governor. Hon. H S* m -hfield.
At Ilh.K ii the <fs*v* rn>r‘> re . immi iv *>*
of a mon friendly natute. nnd lie pail m
compliment to one of the <...• e> nun.
son of H.t h irtl FYoker. by refuslnk to lo
as h‘ h s generally k>ne at ther
make a pers<m *1 utt.i fc upon the Tam
many leakier. Jn ia.s hour' • speech he dpi
not mem ton the nam* f Mr. t 'roker
Hie we|*om* In E.niirn was a great po
ll* i til demonstration There wen nearly
a thous nut mounte<| H>uc i Itid* rs unl the
!j> euni .*nl New Tivoli the.* .rs were
rowdiil with people. • iK-t t h*t the
Governor st-ak. and overflow meetings
w**re held Fully persons w r ere in
Oov. Roosevelt to-<lay, i* all of hl*
stops, und especially In Elmira to-night,
levoted himself prtiii iisillv f<> a defense
of tin- national iidmlnk t r.itlon
In hi> Elmir.i h Gov. Hnosevell • o
nled h et>r\ that h* nll f.ur \-ais .* o
h* wouil I* .ui an army to Washington
if Fry.m were eh ote.l.
In sfuMkim: of the probable
mnt f negro* .•< In I’orio Ki. * and of dls
fnirn hlsa un nt In Sort fTirolli.a. le >al-l
"Mr. Houghton, your *o n h th* re w il
remember and perhaps <* m* of you wh
know* the condition-' of lh*- ii • will r*-
nu mber huw on* of the let *ente's If
not the b-st ih Hir\at<l team ever had
was a color'd m Now. yenil men. It
wmid have Dei |* rfe* i folly to have put
him on th* turn on ;e**ount his tor.
iirnl it would have been etjuallv as foolDb
to h;*vi kept him "fT w aecount of hi*
A*olor la*nt that so?'*
Th** (governor’?* question was met wl h
h volley of “Ye*. Y Y* s “
“Now. ail I want." -*.il*l the speaker. "I
lhal when a man In civil If* >liows him
self to i>* as g*uul a man a- tti.s n a-i
showed hlm>* If to be at foofbal l , you give
him the same kind of a show. *
BREACH OF TRUST CHARGED.
Grrrnvllli.. 4. t'„ Man Sum Murphy
Ar, (ur gilA.Til'J In ( nltrd
Stair, four! In Yri* York.
New York. Oct. —Robert C. Foster of
GrrrnvllU. 8 C . brought Mill to-.ly In
the I'nltwl Siit u rirrult t'oirt against
Murpby A ('u.. brokers of this city. Thr
romplnlnam allogsa Ilia* lb.- firm of Mur
lh> & Cos. Is guilty of broach of trust re
sulting In tlum.m<* lo Foster lo th* extent
Il Is . lalm ! that Foster employ.'.! Mur
phy & <’o. us broker* between Jan. II anil
Feb s, 19(10. t.i make certain pur, bases
and sales lor him uiiAer Ihe rules of the
Colton Exci.ange, Chicago Bt-nr.l * f Ti ole.
Ni Y’ork l-rrsluce Exchange and the New
Yoik Stock Exchange
Foster avers that Mutphy A- Cos "con
verted to Ihilr own Use and sold or pre
tended lo the plaintiff lo have sold" cer
tain merchandise, among wheie were 7.iso
hale- of August rotten at s.I.V per pound,
and 11.'..' 'cusht Is of wh. .14 a! *>■, , with
out authority and .onlrary to th.- pkttn
tiff's wishes, without due notice and In
violation of the defendant's trust us brok
ers 4othe plaintiff
It Is also Ml..gill that sit h articles of
mercliart.l;at the time of sale or ure
lended file tier, selling at higher prices
than the price ai which mll
- il - g,i> mad.- or pretended t.> be made
an.l also that after the said lime of sale
and 1.. for.- March I. IgJO. the mark,
value of the trtlciea r.w*.- in price .-o
that by tit" alleged breech of trust the
plaint ifT bis suffered damage lo Ihe
amount of IK.SW.
B le further alleged that oti Feh. 9.
Ipst. the defendnni tssughl and delivered,
or pretend.si to deliver for Ihe plaintiff
lon., husaels ot wheat a fAY, eents. and
lna hales of cotton at *29 which was don
ivltliont iiiifli.wtiy. m I Ib.it before XI iron
*. the articles ilecr.-a*. and in value, nnd
the plaintiff lost H 62 wherefore Judg
ment f,.r f*-'. 722 Vi i■! m.tmlisl.
I.ETIEII Flthh YIeKIM.EV.
Bend at n Hiaz I'olltlenl Meeting at
All In tier. >.
Alllanec. O . Oct 29 This city to-night
\a* th* acena of oaa of t.n- ..get po-
UYcai meetings ever hel.l In Ihe o.d XI *-
Klftey dlstnc. f.imoue for its big mee'-
Ings ,md notable sisak.rs In the past.
The (Vellng to-t .c it embraced the de*l|-
catlon of n mammoth foundry building
of the Mvrgan Engineering c.vm|vin\. or."
ol Ihe chkf products of which Is Hie dis
appearing spn carriage*, used In the coast
defense*. IVsident McKinley sent u let
ter in whl lt tp eatd
"I deeply n-rst to tint! that my engage,
mints wilt prevent ntc front being |ire
ent. for It woulV l a real pleasure to
greet my old fee X' on an oc -.vslon like
this, which marks le Inilus r il progte-s
of Alliance, secure Yirough adherence to
the principles of the l public an tsirty. for
the eiubirsement of *hlch you meet to
"Th!* gieat addition A your company <
plant Is a happy omen f s A met lean libor
and a pra lira, denmiistiqton of a pros
perous business rluch eArnslons of In
dustry Indicate widening markets and In
creasing pro-petlty while Vy liwure t
larger demand for th. Inhor < the work
ingmen and additional comfo: q for their
Ironies- American Inlsir and caß:al work
‘ng hand In hand, are of muhl| advan
tage. and In friendly ro-operaiqn. will
secure InduMrtal triumphs as Un
known. I have no sympathy wit, (hose
teachings wrhh h in tie envv and HitrcJ
among our peopio. anil would divide Yhem
Into hostile camps
"Xlay this great meeting stamp wltli|ts
disapproval th* wicked and- trine of * las
illttlneilon. vh.lch'has no pise* In ot
free go*ernment. and mark a dlsttnt
advance In good r*lntiona batwern rtn ,
nlover and employed. Termit trie to con-
gratuiate the Xlorgon Engineering Com
pany, Its great body of workers nnd all |
gathered at this meeting upon toe en
couragement wh ch such nn assemblage
gives to the cause of sound money, !**>• I
teotion and national honor.** # * j
SAVANNAH, GA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 110, 1000.
EXPLOSION AND FIRE
HI RASTER A Yl4 DEATH WERE CAt *-
ED BY CHE.MICAI.*.
NEW YORK SEVERELY SHAKEN.
DORR OF lift: is CNSYEBBD IP IX-
Dint MASS UF HI INS.
Thirty• Vrp MUiing Mini KM*
\\ *rr Injnrnl—T*ii fcrtcrt* Kqilo
as in ust in Tarrant’s lluilillna W rrrk
*l l Yt-niliinu Amnnii It—% llok
%M*ahr<l nml >lunry \\ n
Sfattrr‘l on (hr ft-'|or—Many ilw*l
Nrw York Oct. J 9 —Aw th* rrwult of •
email firr crNeral Micceativt r\|>it**itiw if
i-iumK lk <k’vurr*<l In th* dru Mort* a*
Wsirrcn ai.l (irernwl.h atrrrih lo- iay and
hlrw down h do*rn hull. Hit;.it;.- an I bttdiy
ilttmaKfil an on- o( oihr.
Th* ion of lift* i not known. b\M from
nil Mourorei of information II Kthor*d
lhal thrro are porh*p* thr bodlc* of ihlr
ty prrono If* thr ruin?. thounh )jccaui*ao4
the hot tifbrir and the •iown* ufmovlnc
of 11. no body had been removed up to
The ils*a*ter wi* one of the mod ter
rlile that ever in thi* * Uy.
und ri* i j* iho \Vindoor Hotel fire in f*|-
iMiiinK result*, though in loss of |iO|H-rty
it will h* worse. Chief <*rok r of Ihe
fire iefuaf iment sakl to-nlghl thal the loss
Is fully f1.500.000.
The action cf the tremendous Cfiiaaftro
was mor*- vivkl and uwful than llw
city has seen for a kmK time. Hidldlng*
fHI In on them9elves or toppled ovi-r on
| others; iron Klrdere w* re thrown y inis
tway, Mnashlnjr through Kret wills;
\viol> structure* fell Into the utreei* tn
pile* so h.t *the hne of IhorouKhf.are
ould nol be marked out; huge splinters
of Iron, steel and w**i were hung into
tho street* and into the buildings, clean
through the walls, where they burled!
women and men; people walking through
' the streets w**re kn< k**| down and dan
j gerously Injurei' by t;mt>ers. glass nn.l
i horsey were thrown down; w-agons.
; windows, sion- front* and nil sorts ofprop
rty. for bloek.**- Hi every direction wre
wrecked and lamg-ed.
There were thirty-five person* repored
missing and one hundred tnen womrn and
children are on the Usi of the Injured
search for bodies 1* going on and will
be continued! all night. Chief Croker sold
to-night that no firemen had perished
in the fire, ah his men having been ac
Like an Earthquake *ttoek.
The long llal ol fire horrors that
ha’e occurred In and around ihe
' tty of New York, a list that in ludes
the Boyal Hotel Are. the Fork Flare dis
aster. end the Windsor and Hot*ok*n
fin s, was nkfd to to-dlay by u fire and
explosion that *hovk the lower end of
Manhattan like an earthquake, hurled a
sevan story building Into the air, and act
tire to two h* k* of buildings, with m
'l.jstt of life that only the rfr.q-te of tin
hundreds of men who were rushed to the
work of digging awoy the mins as soon
as the fire was Extinguished, will reveal
The big bunding of Tarrant A Cos..
mukers of m-dlk'lnal *pe<’i:ilUes, standing
I it me northwest corner of Greenwich and
Warren etr* t. nnd fillet! with chemical*.
ook fire in some way thot may never
ih known, at about n quarter after 12
o'clock this afternoon It was sixteen
minutes after noon, vnen a citizen rushed
into the hous> of fire ergin* numiH-r 29.
l on Chamber* street, near Greenwich, and
?diout that Tarrant * drug house was on
fire. He had seen • volume of Inack
-moke coming from the third story win
kiw An alarm was turned in
Soon afterwains secon<l ant! third alarms
were turned in. One Are company had
Ju-t arriv*d when m terrific explosion oe
| curred and threw the entire engine's crew
down the stairway. The firemen, realis
ing the danger of their position, rushed
out of the building to the street The
• xpioslon had HUM the street In front
with a shower of falling g!a*w and small
and hrl*. which sent the crowd, which was
already gathered on the opposite side
walks, fleeing for safety, and caused the
horses hitched to the engines to rear and
try to get away.
Engineer Rocksherry vnn unfastening
the horsi -and Fireman llrown of the
company was turning the safety valve of
the engine when the < xpioslon occurred
and covered them with a shower of glass
lkrfh wen injured, a* w.i* another fin man
belonging to Ihe omi*n>
*ent tle Firemen Hack.
£apt. \ mm>. of the company, ordered
his crew ha- k Into the buikllng again
They ware dragging the line to the door
way for a *e- n! time when another explo
sion. more terrlrt-- than th* Arsi, came,
and th* whole r* w was hurl'd
Greenwich street. Devonney 1* mg so
hatly lnjurdl that he was sent to a
In t e m* intlme the other engine* that
had r* !d|onled to ihe a arm had collected,
and the firemen were busy rescuing jeo
ple from surrounding buildings Firemen
had already taken many girls down f Le
onty fit* escape * the bull ling, and
more persons had been carrle I down the
escapes of ihe Homemade Restaurant next
door, and the hulldlng adjoining upon
The second explosion o *curred about
five minutes after the Arst From th ac
counts of witneswe*. the bulling seem* 1
to leap into the air. and In a rTK>menT
masses of brick *wwll. timbers an 1 ston
were fulling Into the streets. The for *
of the exp oslon tore away the walls of
the big commission storehouse* frontl g
on Washington street and rousaJ them to
collapse, falling all at once tn * mm f
timber.-* boxes and barrel*, 'rom which
he flames, which bunt out fr m the
Tarrant building like the be.chPg of a
i annon. it once broke forth.
I Across Warren arcet lo the opposit
holdings the fl. I. getting them
(Continued on Seventh Pag#
AN UGLY CRUSH IN LONDON.
Mure (annltlea tw %Velcntlna Im
perial \ olantren I ban Ihe
i orp* ltal In South %frien.
L*onVm. Oct, —The City Imperial %Vol
untM rs, w Ik> arrived! at Southampton
from Houth Africa. Haturla> on the Brit
ish transport Aurania. reached here by
train this morning, marched through I ami
don. along streets packed by thousands,
nnd received . tumultuwi* greeting Such
. demonstration wa> probably never be
fore evoked for such a small body of vol
The |*wtponen*n.t of London's welcome
until to-day dlmnllshe*! the number of
(•pei'tiuor* but the enthusiasm could
scarcely la\e D eti mor general or gen
uine, Early In the day Queen Victoria
*ent a niwsw.ige to the returning tro*ip*.
welcoming them and inquiring as to their
health. The lYlnce of Wales came to
town and vi* w-1 the procession from
Marllorough House. The other royal
peraoiuige* watch tig the i't* f*.i <l of men
In khaki uniform* were Frtnees* Louise,
and Du chew* f Argyh and I*rlnce Edward
of Haxe-Weimar, who w.th many other
ll*tingnii*he! people had taken up |*i*i
tior s of v.int tsirly In the morning
The *xutd*rMnt throng?* prove*! unman
ageahie anti the jsdU •• tun! Moldlct* were
quite utmhb to stem the ugly tuvhe* The
crush of the |optila v* became no terrible
*t the Mur Me arch that the people broke
through the cordon, and when the held
was again ■ * aied forty |*eraon* r-qiunng
the aid of ambulance surge,,r were left
Bing on the ground, several of them suf
feting from eerlou* Injuries.
In r.rr*>w Fleet street, the crowd*
brake down a.l the barriers, und sight
*'*4'r-. Mtldlors. jßili.-e anl city lm|>erlal
volunteer* were mixed up In confused
niHMF* from which the volunteers hai to
be finally extricated In single file
A ftMt'tloua cavalry hors* MuniyM tl'sl the
crowd at Ludgatc circus and fifty per
sona who ware Injured had to be attend'd 1
to by the ambulance corps.
Men % y l.lsi of < MRunllle*.
The Hat f casualties among the wel
coming muititmh wi longer than that
if Ihe whole corps In It* twenty-six en
gagement* In Houth Africa. Partial r
turn* from the hospital* ate! police sta
tion/* Indicate that more than 3) were
:*dl> hurt, eight ami is-lfly ten t-elrg
Along the whole length of Fleet M'cet
the s- enes could he only likened to a eon
tlnual football scrimmage, hut it wa* ev n
mot* exciting Shriek* nn I gr*nH till'* I
the air people wen* hurled t the ground
ala) tramph'd) uim Lif- guutd*. >n
h(rsehack. were swept off und lost in th*'
i (niggling mas* of humanity after mvo
tent struggles to stem the presoirr f the
M*mi*paulc stricken mob. Hotnt*if the In
juries sustained are so severe that It U
feared they will prove fatal.
Field Marshal Lord Wolseley, comman
der in thief of tho forces. Issued u sp -
< iu! army order, expressing th> high ap
preciation which the patriotic services of
tho City Imperial Volunteer# and the gal
lantry and soldierly qualities of all r inks
had afforded him and offering the volun
teer? In lehtlf of ihe British army a cor
dial welcom home.
Tlienig.it wt* a rp* tltlon of "Maf'-klng
right." without the ret leaning excuse*
of that celebrated orgy. Lon ton wh •
turned ov r -• the worst element* of lt
P jmlitk*n Women were Insulted, klsao!
or thrown down with Impunity In street
fight* Pursu' and at the sw. t will of in
ebriate brawler* from the bM -w .k.* they
strenmeil along historic thoroughfare*
shouting. *b lug arid brandishing peacock
feathers wrlth Inane depravity. Many of
them offered no exception to the rule of
drunk'ones- Fubes In arms could fre
quently lc seen.
K11.1.E11 I'M I*o% Kl^l'Kß.
I'n (i Negro Prisoners tmt Oat nml
One I."<• t Ills Life.
New York. Oct. 29 -Two colors*! pri-on
• rs. In in attempt to escn|ie from the
prison, nttacne*! to thi* H*venth Dls'rlct
Court In Weft Fifty-fourth street, to-d.iv.
killed! Keeper Hugh M 'Govern. &1 year*
old. in*! probably fatally Injured George
Willson, yearw ol*l. A “trusty." who h il
evidently trieil to ni l McGovern. One of
the prisoners, Arthur Flanagn. es ap**l.
the other. Frank Emerson, fell into the
yard adjoining the prison and was In
The prisoner were tognther |n a cell on
the Arst tier, on a level wUh the fourth
flour of the prison. They saw*! two Imrs
th? lower part of the cell door and got
Into th* corridor They went to the near
est w' ndow al*>ut six feet from th* floor
and sawed the bar at the bottom, shov
ing It out and getting through. Doing
this It is supposed they encountered Mc-
Govern and Willson, killing one and
wounding the other. The eseaping pris
oner* used th'-lr bedding for a rope and
swung from a window Flanagan sur
reedwl In swinging to the roof of a ear
*< aide adjoining lull * Emerson did nof
Stake H. nnd fell h*arlk>ng to a pile of
raiia, wh* r- knUi body w.* i tr found! wHb
On EmersonV Dnly waa fotin-l a fln*
steel saw five Inches long und ha f ao
Inch wide It was with thi* the men saw
ed their cell bar* They uwi| on* >f ihe
cell bar* a* a bludgeon to kill McGovern
M* Govern** body wan rubbed of key*,
watch am! money. *
Emerson wa* under ball of SS,AO) on tw>
charge* of burglary. Flanagan, who nid
been *employe 1 ur <• steward In a fa Ipoa
able re-taurunl. was also under heavy
bail for burglary.
Ml It DEICED %T PAD TING FI .
Names ef imrrlrsa Mlsslonarlrs
Who Were Killed There.
Washington. Oct. 29 —At the request of
relative* .itd friends of the mi>4ooarl"S
murdered at Pao Ting Fu. China, th*- W ir
Depart meaM a-k*-d Gen. C!haff*' for a defi
nite statement ae to who wer killed and
who had escapefl. The follow'lng dispatch
received UHlay from Geti Chaffee is in
reply to the War Department's cable:
“Taku —Adjutant General, Washington.
Oct. 2h No. Hutcheson * !*•* Ting
Fu r'i*ur* Arnerkune tmirdered there,
namely: Mr Pltkais. Mr arsi Mrs Him
cox atsl three children G Y. Taylor.
Mlsa Morrell. Miss Gould. Dr. and Aire
Hodge, and on< lady, rw.me as yet uti
koown. It"(*orts ten Americans at Ching
Ting Fu. eight adults and two children,
five English, five French, safe, protected
by Id'al mandarins, returned Situation
Prince Christian Victor t>eal.
Lend on. Oct. 29 —A dispatch received
here from Pretoria announce* the deah
from enteric fever of Prince Christian
Victor of Schleswig-Holstein eldest eon
of the Princes* Helen" of England, ami a
grandson of Queen Victoria. He wis
imrn In IM7. and was a major m the King's
ALVORD IN CUSTODY
HRF.itI.TFR illlll'ATin! V% A BOf-
T 0.% LO|MG%U HOI ML
IS PRACTICALLY PENNILESS.
IHI LIVED HD* LIFE AMI WILL
TAKE III* *i:%TE%( E.
Former %ofe Teller uf Nrn York**
First Nstiunsl Hook aretued Re
lieved When flit* UetrHhrs Found
Him—HA* W if* 'l'old lllm hint lo
Coiumlt %nlclle but ii I'nee It Out
hny* He Will Not Fight thr 4 use
lie fore the t ourts.
Boston. OcL —Gornelluu L Alvord.
Jr., the absconding note teller of the First
National Bank in New York *lt>. who I*
charged with stealing fToo.isn from lh*
bank. w* arrt'ivte*! her** thla aftetnxn by
t'hlef InspdHMor William 11. Wutt • of this
city, and lidectlvo Armstrong of Nw
York. In an ordinary bslglng h>use at the
forner of \V#al Newton street and Bur
When 'arrested. Alvord, who ka*w !•
i tectlve Am.-crong. etote*! that he was
glad the *u*|>'ii*r w.w rfwiedl and was wlll
! big to go back to N* w York without pa
ints He sat flown on the Imml ind stnok*
♦-•l o cigar, and was only dt* ■*>•'! In hi*
I underclothes at th* time lie sfterwanL
dressed quickly, and. pOiklng a few un
derclothcw in a lag. siate<l he was ready
to go A hack wa* called nnl he w *
driven to t M> ltcc headquarter* and ofter
leing in* su *-. J aiat phiHogr.iphedl under
th* Bertlllon syat*m. wan taken to N*w
\ ork t*n the & o'clock train
llovv He Unn I ••nml.
t'hlef Inspector Watts, in an Interview.
: *tau-dl that the department was fli i in
formed! that Alvord wan in this city i t
Wednesday morning, when Henry Alexan
der. of Denver Col., tebphoi.e I that he
had seen Alvord in the Hotel To ur nine
He stated thvrt he km w hint w* 11. ha I
! kne business with him In New York aril
j deacrlbe<l him |M*rfectly. This informa
tion was wlredl to * "apt M Fluskey of
New York, who Immediately sent D* t***-
tl\ .S*rgt. Tinker h* to Meiitffy linn
In the meaniinio i'iiit i \\ .*ti mid lx *
te •i\ and*■ Ih*uglusN .tii-i Morrh>--> w*- t t
the iMdr . but Otild not find the nan A
* in h of Ue other hotntt m.h frulto*.
| From Information brought to (’hi f Watts
to-day. he and Detective Armstrong wen
to h lHMiling hou.H In the Rues It y
They went up to a Iks* k rom oil til** Hist
floor and found the door locked On gain
. tug admittance, as gu- tns|*ruia Arm
strong identlflsd Alvord. who s*em*l
gnatiy that Armstrong ha i ir
tesletl him and raid a, nun h
%lord*a M*r> la llrlef.
During hi* stay at |*>llce headquarter*.
Alvord tokl Chief Watts that he hud no'.
; seen his wife for two weeks although
prior to that time be bad told h-i of hi
rinAncinl dreumstavu*es and ask'll her If
he shoutd kill himself or face it out, and
she had told him to face |t out 11- *!•!
tn.it he hud not been iieur Mount Vernon,
hut that he left New York lust 1 ■‘day
•4 tnidhilght and arrived! in Boston We 1-
When isk'd what In* had done with the
money. h said:
“Well $700,1 Di Is it w io!e lot of money,
but It goe* easy.'*
In referring to horse race*, he said h**
bad )a< k*l horses, hut n vcr on race
tracks. and had own*<l fi-t horses turn
self He ki id he had Uvd hU life and
had t iken life to Its full extent at the rate
of tSO.Oh year, or more He said h*
would not make any tight, would throw
up hi* hand*, take hi* s"!ilen< * a *1 after
over, would come out In the
world again. He *nld he kn*W' he wouM
Ih* unable to secure ImII and that h** had
nothing with wh h t. make restitution
On being searched at |M.|lr** head
quarter*, only a few dollars wen* found In
his pockets, which In waa allowed to
keep He sent a telegram to Ltwver
Gardiner In New York, asking him to
meet the train when It arrived in New
Alvord Iteueticß New York.
New York. #ht T* Kmlvessler Alv*r.|
arrived at th* Grand Central depot at II
o'clock to-night from For ton lie was
taken Immediately to poli< *■ headquarters
lie refused to talk
IHaIIIGNDN 101 l GOVERNOR.
It*• port In Hlnnln That He W 111 He a
t nndlifnfr In ItHtii.
Atlanta. Oct. a>. It Is annoutuwl in At
l.mi to-day that Hon Fleming O. du
Blgnon of Savannah, will be a c indl late
for Governor, in IRC, to succeed Gov.
Mr dll Hlgnon's name ha* lK*en fre
quently mentioned of late nr* a gul*ma
tonal possihillty and his r • **nt presen- *
In the city here has caused additional
talk Hi* position ms Chu rrnari of the
Democratic Exe*utiv- Committee, also
lend* force to tin* report.
The Atlanta Journal prints a column
story this afternoon. In which It I* stated
positively thal Mr du Bigtion w.ll he a
candidate. The Dally New* 1* more con
servative and r* i orts only a news runxr
Mr. du lllgnon was not h**r*- to-day and
coukl not be seen regarding the rumor.
M%l III: Ml HTRH HID MlltDF.lt.
Hint) of % (|in re ii 1 1 v Provperoaa Man
Fountl nt I'lnnt ( Ity.
Plant City. Fla.. Oct. & The body of
an unknown man was found by fiaharmen
to-dlay In Flack creek near here. The
horly waa only (Martially dr ?wl. and t.i*
pants were of fine quality, and the sus
pends* of silk.
Nothing found uliout him to dis
close hi* life nt Uy. Shd the coroner's in
quest held this afternoon, failed to fix the
cause of d'-Mth, but I b generally be*
Ueved mat a inystet murder h i;- been
commltt'd. and from the quality of the
clothes worn. It Is supposed that the vic
tim was an. in of wealth, t.tough no
money w is funid tn <h- p- ket*
The officers are now at work on the
Seven Killed In a Wreck.
Helena. Mom.. Oc:. tt— Northern Pa
cific train No. 4. eastbound. war partlallv
wrecked at Dehart, Mont eight mile*
from Big Timber, at 11:15 o’clock loa:
night, by the breaking of a switch rod.
fteven passengers were killed and several
TtiurßdM). Nov. 2U, kef %prt ns a
l)nv *f Thsiikaaiv Ing • the
ui live I nllrd Mster,
Waehlngton. Oct 29.—The f*.te !bq>sr;-
rrent to-day Issued the following
F\ the prerident >f the Cnited Btates
It hss pb-need Almighty Gc*l t bring our
ns (ton tn eufetv an.l honor through nn
omer year. The work of religion and
charity have ev'r>where b**'n manifest
Our country, through tall It* extent, ha?*
been blessed! with abundant harvests
LaUr and the great huluetrle* f the pe
pl" hay* prdMipui! bevoud nil pro edeut
Our . oinmerve h* rpr ad over th** wrl*l
Our p*wer aiid Influence m th* cause f
freeiiom nnd enlightenment Lv* *xtend**d
over diMnnt e* a* am! lands The lives
of our oftl ial representatives am! manv
of our pc>ple in China have been marvel
oiisly pres# rve.l We have hem generally
exemp! lr'm |n <itll*nrr an#! other great
catamltb-H. ansi even the tragic vteltatt'Mi
which overwhelm'd th* city of Galves
ton made evident the sentiment of svni
Padhy mis! Chrisi.i ch.rit> *v virtue of
which w.- •(* one united p# ,pie
Now therefore, |. William McKinley.
I*re-id* nt **f tlid* Cnlf'd Hints', do hereby
appoint and set apart Thursday, the Stth
day >f Novemlver next, lo be observed by
all the people of Ihe Civile.l State*, at
home or ahr<M I. m* a day f Thank "giv
ing and praise t< Him who hold* Ih* na
tk*ns in th** hollow of Ills hand
I re ommend that they gather in their
several places of worship and devoutly
give llinv thanks for the jr *icrit\ wh ro
wuh He hat endowed! us. f.*r se#dtln* and
harvest for the val r devotion and !
ma,dtv >< our armies and navies, an ! for
all Hi* l 4 neflts to u* s* Individuals and as
u rat ion, and •!••( I hey tvnmhiy pray for
a contimi,in ■ **f 111- divine favor, for con
* *rl an t ainlf) w ith other nation*, und
fr rlght**d>usne*4s and pmc* In all our
In wlirn- I have hereunto set mv hand
aid *au>4#| the seal of the t inted Htate*
to t affixed.
I one at the div of Wnshlngtoti. this
■-Ith day of October. In th year of Our
lydtfil one ihosuand nine hundred, arv>l of
the Independent '* -f the t'nited Htate*. the
mu* hundred and twu ty fifth.
(Heal.! Wldlitn McKinley
F\ the Frosldent: John liny. hw4 retury
President t natro's leg Waa llrnken.
Fifteen IVruona Killed ami
Much Property Damaged.
Orscas. Vanexuels. Oct 29 At 415 a.
m te<i m\ Caracas wns visited by ti se
Fifteen persona were killed and many
Great l image wns d*>ne to buildings,
in hiding the Font.neon and the churches
Tho Cnited Htates ieg.ition was badly
'kimage*!. but nil the occupants ramped
President Castro, who leap##! from a
biie’ony on the second flor of the gov
ernment house, h.i*l of his legs
William llenry Dovaton Haggard, the
British minister, had a miraculous escape,
the •• on*l floor of the Braish legation
having fallen upon him and burled him
in Ui* dobra*.
The city of Caracas, which has fre
quently suffere#! fram earthquakes, was
visited last July by n aeries of seism*
dl.MurbHiK *■*, which !i*! grew? damage to
property There were seven terrific shock*
in quick succession, and the residents of
the city were terror srlcken President
< ‘astro and his family slept for several
nights under bni* in th<- I'kss.i Bolivar
nnd all the churohrw and theaters w* re
kept <*io*< • I fr M Week
HRlTlklfl STILL AFTER DE WITT.
Ithrrt Saxs Jncoliailml iffslr Wn
Due l Treacher#.
London. Ol’t. 29 The war office hn* re.
. elved the following from Lord Roberts,
dat'-il Pretorls. Oct 2k
“Knox successfully engaged D*Wet Oct.
27 During the Boer retreat Kmm caught
leWet In Ihe Renehurg drift The Boer*
lost i' on sid era hly and left two guns ami
three wagon* In Knox's hand* Another
• mmtinPJ-*n wagon win blown up hy a
shell. The Bri:Lh casunllles were nil."
Referring to the Jsotmdul ivffalr, l*>rY
Roberts says It wa* due to the treachery
of th* Inhabitant**, who admitted the Boers
to their houses si night. Tl ey opened tire
at daybreak. Fcnirien men were kill'd
and ihlrt'en were wounded, mostly <*ape
Highlander* Troops dispatched from the
Modder river drove off the Boers. The
houses of Ihe treacherous Inhabitant*
w* r and sfroyad. Commandant Boman
fjord Roberts rails sttentlon to the In
creasing Inclination of the better rises of
Boer* to <*o->|H*rate with the British to
s* iure peace, since they find that guerilla
warfare L “visited with heavy punish
CANADIAN® W %NT NT. JOHN.
*l>ol-n WseesMsr t lln> of
the Virsii'l Trunk Line.
Ijondon. Oct. 29 Hlr Charles Rivers
Wilson, president of th" Grand Trunk
Railroad of Canada. *y# no action has
been taken to provide successor to
Charles M flays, general manager of
th" Grand Trunk, who nn* accepted the
presidency of the Bouthrn Pacific Rail
It is reported that there is a strong cur
rent of popularity running in favor of
Vice President K Ht John of the Hea
br.! Air Jdtie This movement is be
ll* vod to have originated among the Cana
A FIGHT Willi t lit LISTS.
( lilef of the Was Killed nml
thr Hand Retreated.
Madrid. Oct. 29.—A conflict between
twenty-four armed Carlkst* and a detach
ment of gendarme*, occurred yesterday,
near Tha chisf of the Cur.lst*
was killed and another man waa wound
ed Three Remington rifles were captur
ed. The band retreated in the direction
of Mocu-ada. pursued by cavalry ord In
fantry. The Car list General Bollver has
been arrested at Barcelona, ami a num
ber of other arrests have been mode in
connection with the uprtmng at Dads
DAILY $ A YEAR
f. CENT® A COPY
WFFKLY 2 TIMEB-A-WKEK.iI A TEAR
HOWELL IS ON TRIAL
INDICTED FOR I'Mtir./g LFMENT OF
IIAILRO 111 FI N l>%.
WAS FORMER TICKET AGENT.
DEMI MIICH TO THE INDICTMENT
\l IN Ol Ell 111 IJD.
■ i , ,1.
I'rmiilrnt *. ci.ru** C. Smith Testified
q hat tol lt*o#-|l When i harxaf
II III* llrlaa Short llt'lnrrii s|f,.
tSU* nml #l*d.U'N, " Ickiidn Irilsed
Tliat the linunt Wn lltutil t or*
reel as file led"—'Statute of l.lmlta*
Atlanta. Oct. After many daisy* the
case against Col ABert llowell, * barge 1
with • rnU xxlemenl, wu* brought to trail
In th*- Hu|ierlor Court this morning before
Judge John 8 Candler.
Frv-sident George M Hndth In hi.*< testi
mony. swore thm w hen he charged Col.
llowell face to fa**\ with being i*hort be
tween |l7.<m and sl* *■). Col How. II “ac
knowledged that the amount warn about
comect ar siat*l
Mr Rosser, attorney fur the and fervue.
ih*-ti ask* I Mr Hmlth If the amount hid
• "•hi mad* good and tliereu|>ou Judge
CaiVdlb r interrupted with a det laration to
the • fTect lhal Out fa t hul no In- irltig
i|**n the case and w*mld n*t lie a imltt**!
Co| llowell was present In the court
room and ?<|Mk*- to a number of friends.
He looked u*■ well is u*ai ai.l reemad In
very good spirits.
I< seer shd Carter nnd J T Pendleton
repicMNit tho def*tvlant, and It. II Hlil
Is assisting HuHclbr llllt with tin ptose
Demurrer Msa (lverrulr|.
Mr Ito-a# r, one of the attorneys for the
deft ns*. sated b f<u* the drawing of tha
Jury Ih-x.hi that he wash'd to flie n demur
rer All th> Jurymen wie marehe.i out
of the rnrt r**m and Mr Kosser pro-eed
*d| to st.vt* five portion of tru* lndi> tment
to which he demurred! The Indictment
charge*! Col H**Mrei nnd Thomas J llun
t*r with conspiring It was* th* old Joint
ballet non' tindi r which Hunter was tried!
and convicted! some time g* Th tak
ing of th* money, the lndl m*nt alleged,
extended over h#- years from UflW to 181,
Ineludlng a iwiit of each. The total sum
Mr Itosser run tended thal the barge
could iiM stand be#*us there wns rw
statement of the amount taken since the
statute of IlmltatUm* took effect. Solic
itor Hill answered the demurrer and
quotcdl a case from the 7Mh Georgia.
Judge Candler odn*ileredi the matter,
reading himself a part of the case whlo
neither attorney hud used Ho then over
ruled th* demurrer and ordered that tha
case proceed A Jury wa finally weeured
and the taking of the testimony Uguri.
Thd* trial took ail day and will be re
sumed to-morrow morning
COAL MINER?GO TO WORK.
Ihe Few t i*lllerleß Wlileh Irr Hold*
Ins tint Mill I* ratio hI y Vimis
t on cede the Demands %lnde.
Philadelphia. Ort. 2!f Ttnlay witnessed
m aim***' general resumption of work in
th** anthracite coal region where for six
weeks the mine workera therein employ
•a* have been on strike for an advance m
wag*-*, a reduction In the (trice of powder,
nnl In several districts, the aholltloti of
he sliding scale f wages.
In a few In* on e* collieries operated
by individual* u*l by I'ompatdea, have
failed to resume, but tn the main It can
be safely said that hard coal 1* once rnora
The Philadelphia and Reading Coal and
Iron Company which controls twenty par
cent, of the output of th* arffhractlte re
gion and whl< h I* the Inrgf*’ operating
• ompany In th* hard *-ol field, to-day
recsive*! word that thirty-seven of the
thirty-nine colll # *rU*s operated by tha com
pany were working to-day This Is the
number that was in ofe-ratlone on Mon
day. Herd. 17. the first day or the strike,
With the resumption of th*- Heading col
lieries. It Is admit lei bv the romptny that
further opposition to th** demands of tha
mine worker* Is useless, and l le the be
lief of ihe oftl tal* that wlihtri a f* w day®
these operators who have not yet con
ceded the demand* of the 8 -ranton mine
workers convention will have done so.
LEE ORDERED to Ml VMM RI.
Important ( hanpes Made In the Mll
Washington. Oct 21 -An order waa la
su*d to-dlay hy direction of the President,
dlsi'ontlnulng the division of Cub® and
the Eastern and Western departments of
that division, nnd establishing the depart
ment of Cuba. Gen wM*d ta
place*) in command of the new depart
Gen. Pltghiiich Isee I* offered to com
martdl the department of Missouri, with
h*tidquartern at ttnvaha
Gen Klweil 8 tale has been or<V*rel to
Chi ago to command the Department of
The department of the Misaourl hn* been
under command of Gen Marrlam and th*
Department of the Lik*** under command
of Gen Wade, lioth of whom hava had
th# comma ml temi*>rarlly.
IN JI Nt I'll) \ U%s Glt TTB2D.
Illinois Ontml vs. Mlssisslpivl Rall
r>al t <tmnils*loN.
Jackson. Oct. 21*. Judge Niles of
the Federal Court ihis morning grunted
an Injunction preventing the MtMt**tppt
I tad road Commission from enforcing the
Joint rate clause of the n*w mileage
turlfT on cotton m*dl on the Illinois Cen
tral. Tile railroad company contenda that
thd* rommlMslon has no rigid to compel
the railroad company to Issue a bill of
lading beyond a Junction point. The rase
will I** bear! next month in connection
with the Injunction secured hy the Yaaoo
and Mississippi Valley road preventing
the commission from enforcing any fea
ture of the mileage tariff on cotton seed.
i#> i •
Nirnrsian Mark Damaged.
Rnrheford. Oct. 29—The British steamer
Dartmoor, Cept. Haines, from Pensacola.
Oct 1. via Norfolk. Oct. 9. arrived here
to-day and reported having passed, in a
disabled condition on Oct. 14. In latitude
40 North, longitude W West, tha Nor
w#igan bark Eliaser, Capt. Marcuaean.
which satlad from Wilmington. N. C..
Bept. 25. for London. Tha Edeaer’a moln
mart femopgannant mat and mlssen
topmaet had been carried away and her
bulwarks damaged In a gale. AssDtano®
was offered by the Dartmoor, but none
waa required by. tho El lexer.