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J 11. t'STILL. Prtljnl
CARTER IN COURT
MKHH IIIM'H.IROB PH on rmo\
AT liKAI IWVOHTH.
declares he is innocent.
Ill] GAVE OPT FIRST ffTATKNKXT
MM a: IVCAKCKH ATI Off.
Arm unienl lleffor* J•§**' Tha>rr on
Habeas * orpmm Fetiflwn Farter
\\ m |rr*t In nitirK'* Uolhra.
\\u* ArntMi* ihl Uttldi'U
Im* I'nlillr Unst-PoInU Maaalr lr
-|or- the 4 oarl—A Derlalon U Kt
%V Ifliln n Month.
Leaver,worth. Kon.. Nov. 23. —ln th*
Vr .<;at** Diatrict Court hew to-day
tW<-r. J'Mg** Amo* Thayrr ;n*l Hook,
|irw ii ' roiKbl by Attorn**)* for
Oberiin M Carter, ex-captain. U H. A..
%vho * m dl*ml**ed from the army. fine*),
nix! ..i itft to a term of >cr** in th**
1V i* nil j > n at I-cavcti worth. on the
rharjf' of complicity in all****! frauds in
nhe . r.mpnt harbor works contract*
it! 8-n ti.imh.
Carter was brought from ptisan to the
r.Mirt r.*-m in an ambulance t>nattsn*ff*<i
i*i> t\ Warden MvUluughey. He
nppeafed at-INpoweasal. hut avoffl
. 1 gaze of •‘per-taion* who
. rnw lr-l the ro-*m. H** waa attired in
;i n* w* black suit, which the w arden had.
Ht the prts**ner’a earn ret solicitation, i***r- 1
mitt*.| h.m t* aubntlttite for hm prison
garb Hl* hair I nd ht ivj 1
were mu h Rr,t> r than before he n
1 ervim; his term, and hla face was wan
Frank l\ HWiir f Chicago, and Con
tre*Nmuit <srosv#r>or of Ohio appe.r**ij
f r farter. while Col. J W. Clous, dep
uty Judge advocate general of th- army.
and Diet tint Attorney |. K. L.imb*rt and
h.n aaeiatant. H. K. Hone, represented
Judge Thayer limited Carter'* attorneys*
• three hours, and the government to
•to a I* l one-half hour* argument. Attar
r v HI air opened for Carter, whose con
i .ion. he .ill* I. was Illegal. inasmuch
a it suould have ffen secured under the
xtleth article of war instead of the slx
• -e* und. and w hen the President <ll*.ip
; \. ! several finding* In a court-martial,
full ttemence pronounced by the court
r. -?DI ceased to exist and It* execution
• illegal and void.
*l*o argtud that when Carter paid
1* * tie and was dismissed from the army
• degraded, the power of the court*
was exhausted and bore no right
ti ime imprisonment.
er showed slight nervousness as th*
l • g proceeded. Hl* eyes went qulekly
f t. his attorney to the Judge’s and oc
t r ally he took notes on the argument,
(imrrnmrnt’i **llr of It.
• n court convene* 1 * 2 ©'clock. Col.
* began the argument in behalf of
v *©vernment. In reply to Mr. Blair
<"kii* contended that the court-mar
;vas competent to decide under which
•■Aarse the prisoner should l*e tried and
its ftteeiwion was not subject to re
y • by any other court. He further ar
* ! that the conviction on four charges
the same act was not four oon vie Ilona
1 r** offense In hi* opinion. Carter l*
1 *‘bl a public prisoner of the United
•* as an offend* r against its laws, the
-martial retaining Jurisdiction for a.I
s of trial. Judgment and execution,
matter of sentence standing un
* < : the specifications in which Carter
found guilty. Col Clouse held, was
>rdan% with custom.
*1 Thayer announced that the ras*'
* ** taken under advisement, and h<
1 1 tify attorney* when he I* ready
*’t • I down a decision.
’* !i * >’ Biair asked that in case Carter
* and i"‘ dis hargad he may le permit led
< to without guard to Saxannah to sir
? himself for trial under the indh t
-1 ’ found against hltn there by th**
* jury . few month*- ago. Carter was
r : ’ ”1 • the federal prison. A decis
-2 looked for In about a month.
• aj*.- Thayer will homo to-morrow.
w 11.1 nun 1 ms i\\<m MM 1:
l" r ner (apt. tarter Assert* \ Indl
entlon l lloiintl to ( oMf.
■nenworth. Kan . Nov J. 5 —Oberlin M
1,1 t former captain cf engineers, to
for the lirst time hint, his arrest last
1 t r for d-fratiding the govurnment on
r ? h.*m burlior contracts, made public a
1 1 tiw nt it- lefcnae f hi* acts
‘•’*cr had attended the hearing in the
1 Htate* Uistrici Court of tne ha
f,otpu* pro* ectlings bre tight in iii*
and was procee<ling during tli
1 ‘-n recess, a't ompanied by his *ttor
•n 1 t!e warden of the penitentiary.
* • h. tel for lunch, w hen he accosted a
1 -p ij*er n porter. It was the tirst time
1 Carter had been out of the prison
*' since his i nearer ration las’ April.
n e my arrest," he salt). *1 have
1 r given out a statement for publlca
* but ! have prepared one today."
h t .• . w.-rds he handed the r*|w>rt
9 * bngthy typewritten document. The
meat, in port, follows:
I this moment I have never mthor
•n Interview, and you will understand
t on-id. rat lons of delicacy and pro
forhid m >iylng now- one word
"ning the matters iteforn the cogrt.
ms manifestly proper, however. ti*t
I :lvc to you my reason* for Ins l
ih .* proceeding*. lam nil r*iy
• ' t and I shall not rest until mr
ice. proven at mv military Inqutst*
’ I officially proclaimed. It will be 1
that not one dollar ever came *nt > I
it* Is Improperly; that not one dollar
ic funds was aver mtsappropria e 1
ipplled by me. and that the gov
was never defrauded through
1 r. any manner whatever."
A’letim off knaplclon.
,r Q*rttr then quoted Oen. CratghUl
“ ang.iwtsrs to prove that bis du-
Savanna!) Morning Anns.
ties were performed "faithfully and in
telligent |y," and added th.it the only
ground a***ignad by the Attorney Gen
iral for hi* condemnation v.a ."adnilt
tdly that <>f pure suspicion, not only un
supported by any evidence whatever, but
in dire t conflict therewith, and has
hhi '•* l**en shown in i court of law utter
“In ti**tlti(ing habeas conus prin'eed
ingit therefore." he * nl, "I hnv* an In
finitely higher motive than to secure
mere liberty. What te mete liberty r
even life to a man of my aim**, associa
tions and anUdtions. to a man whoae life
has beeti Oovehtl to the faithful service
of hi* country, and w uoee g.ssi name i*
Is votKl price? I have smignt liberty |m*.
cause 1 am imio*tu. and that I may
have the opportunity before health and
strength are gone. t- compel tne legal
vindication **f my chara ter i recogniae
that wiper’s life us In the hand* of
his miil urv sutierion m i miv be i
rifired by them at their will, but no gov
ernment has the r| K t | 0 jH imlt imlltar)
or poUtical power to sacrifice the reputa
tion of an itmoc* ivt man no matter who?***
errors or interests are concerned, nor
w ho-* * crime are -<>ugnt to t vilebKsl.
lb* A\ n Proven 1 11 noccti f.
AVhat be<* m .- of my body matters lit
tie, fur 1 am tut one man. but It doe*
matter to tl.i** entire untry that a man
sliouhi have In en den e I .1 fair trial and
held guilty when he is innocent, and that
subsequently, on a prei-r*i#d judicial re
view of th exi lemi, virtually on a a cr -
retrial of hi* case, nt which h** was no*,
even allowed to be prevent. My Innocence,
e-t tblishtd ever, dcr.r.g my military in
tjulsition, could have Ih* n proven ig.iin
publicly anl with nbsoluti certainty l*ng
re this had not tl.* m-ans of doing s<
bieu suf*pr" • . but .- oner or later, not
withstanding lb - *r tr • <*f my perseeu
tors and the consfdr*i clamor for the
2>hatne of an inn iv cut man, my vindication
i* U*tmd to come."
In case the application for the writ
is dented, Carter’s * t*>rn ys will appea*
to tne United States Supreme Court.
aguinaldoUay be dead.
lt*l>ort lln* It So mill Htlier Lewder*
Are sigiilnu Tht'issehrs n t oui
Washington. N*v. Z). The Manila pn
pera of Oct. 1H devote consbkrible sfaace
to a renewal >f the report con*’emiK
AguiimUlo * d*iiii in Northern Luton.
They say that the circumstantial chara
ter of this report. t**getner with the fart
that Oen. Trias recently has been signing
himself ‘commander-in-chief of the insur
gent forces," lend* strong color to the
belief that Aguinukio may bed- id.
The laieat account cm this line conies
from Ntreva E* ija- In Northern luaon,
where in an outpost skirmish. Agulnakto
horse was killed and his s.idllebig*. w'ith
s\ numiuT of |Mrstnal |apers, were nip
tit red. Akulu. .k. wis shot from hi
horse, and severely wottn*led If* was
carrie*l by hi-* followers into a Jijiikl* at I
subaoqueml) was reportt*l t* he ill with
fever. lit- txsly afterw ir*! was < arri*d
down the liver on a raft, siting in a
hammo. k ali<l comidetejy I •over*-1 with
palm lcave. but tne fi ilives who saw til*-
p.i-sage of th# raft w- rc im- rtain wheth
er he was deal or uliv**.
Tais. together wub the claims of Trias
and others • * tne insurgent geip-riik*. i
the • d**f "'inm ni l of the* army, hods th*-
Usal Manila paper* to give considerable
crtslence to the story.
Inaurgest l.endera Arrested.
Manila. Nov. ”* Kurrngriag an |n
“irg* nt lieutenant c *buul. uxi Mama lo
Las.trs. who. it i-* s.tl I. was Gen. Torro's
quartermaster, have been arrested In 1 till -
scan province. Karr.ig.lng had p* vkusly
been arreefed and parobd.
HIM MM. Vlo|;i, kIGH'ICD.
Steamer I ller AAent to Her
nnce lint Un \*t %eedeil.
New York. Nov. 21 Toe f’nltcd Fruit
Company's steamer Filer, which nrrlvisl
to-day from Tort Antonio. Jamaica, re
ports that on Tuesday m< rntng. Oct. 2'.
at a o'clock the oftl er of the watch re
ported a burning ship in sight tow.r*l the
north-northwe*t, some dlstanci off. mi
he thought he saw some rocket* fir •!.
The filer ns earned down to the hurnlng
craft. p r ep.ired boats and lin*s to r* n i*r
any required assistance. At t? o'olo*k the
filer was close along*! io of the burning
ve-sel, which apiM-ar**d to have been a
woolen sailing craft, probably 1 timber*
schooner. wu* burned to tire
water’s etg . except in the low. wh-re
the tNvsprlt awl part of the foremast
The filer steamed about the vicinity,
but could *#<• no signs of life; the whistle
was blown Mini lie* o** an was swept with
the glass, but nothing could bo seen of
onittawuys. The v* *• i had evidently been
burning a long time.
The p> lUcm in widt h the burning ves
tal was sighted by tiu filer was lati
tude 27.41 north, longitude, 74 32 west, or
about WO nidei. due east of the Indian
river Inlet, Florida.
I? Ls probable that iho v* **♦ I I* th* d* re
|u t schooner Mury K. le* rmo <-l of Tnom
as(o:i. Mi which wa- ibnndoned while
on a voyage from Fertiandina. Fla to
Mauritius, with cargo of lumber From
the time she w.it abandon* I until last
sight.*l on Nov. Id in i- itud* 2? W north,
longitude 74.33 wert. It is c I :ulated that
lb*, vessel h ! traveled over *a>" mdes.
Ml ST Mill* HI I t It. AIUCTTEJI.
Action In Inna Due to the Supreme
4 anrt Derision.
Dubuque, lown. Nov. 23. —An order
came to all tobacco dealers here 10-4 lay
to at once ship out of the state, their
entire stock of cigarette- an.! cigarette
l iN*r* The order *me from the Am*r
l.-Mn Tobac**o Compsny. and is suppos'd
to In due to th** cigaralte cas* decision
of the Supreme C*urt of the United
TO RE4TORE IT TO AOLVKM Y.
effort Ilelna Made li> ktock lioldcr*
of Newport, Kj „ Hank.
Washington, Nov. 23 —The controller of
the currenvy has been Informed by Na
tional Bank Examiner Tucker, temporary
rtcelver of the German National Hank of
Hew port. Ky., thit an effort l being
nl.de by the directors and slock holders
of the Uiuk to restore tne bank to sol
SAVANNAH, GA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 11HH).
A 28-FOOT CHAKNEL
REPORT OF 110 Altl> Itl CfOBIRMB
IT FOR NO \NN Ml.
WILL BE SENT TO CONGRESS.
IIKMF.VP.R ( OM.I4F** U 11.1, At I
1 PO\ IT I’O OR Alin .
Hoard It rent m*• ltd t oatlnim t lan of
fhr Iropriarmrnt* With some
Modifications—- 4,*n. Wilson *a It
Will Mr sntlslMctor) to the 1 It).
Ilcport of (hr Hoard on lltr Nil \at
Station About Head) lt Will
lircosi mciitl It cum* % n|.
Washington, N* v 23 In af* w days tie*
rejkirt of the board of rugim-cr ofii r*
M pointed to uiuk' a *;** dal • summation
cf Havunnah hartsor with a view t* **n
tinuing Its Improvements, will Im In th*
hands of th* House Committee on ltivers
• lid Harbors.
t’lpt c. K Gillette of gavannuh. Ca‘
Hanford of Churl*.ston, with fol ll.uni
chairman of th** I-urd. met .it Hi* \\ *r
I department to-day to finally consider
their report lcfore sulmiitting it to Gen
Wilson, chief of engine t-r*.
en Wilson and the member* of the
board declincil to discues th**
dation contained in th** icort <-n tic
groutt*l that thr informatlun w. call' and
f**r specially I* Congr* *s. an*l .r would
lc n breach *f propriety to publish th -
rc|>rt lefor** it reaches Concr *
It is understood, however, that the r*
lort favors th* contlnoati*>n of tl • Im
jr vt m* nt in Savii.n.ih harbor uvsl* 1 r •
existing project, with certain molinc.i
Hons, calculated t > give that hatbor
Gen Wilson without committing himself
> any definite plan of operation, unof
ficially expressed the lx-lief that th** r* -
mmendstlon of the boa id will recetv*-
not only the approval of t'oi gr*--. but
If will Ifo be acceptable to th** citizens
of Savannah, who nr*- Interest*.l lii se
curing the b* *t foe lilt!* * 1* sslbb for * ar
rvlng ot tne constantly ln* r. auing com
merce *f that flourish ng city.
Tit** Naval station.
K.-ar-Admiral Ro*lgers, chairman of tl !
Hoard of Naval Officers appoint*-*! t> c*m
slder the proposition of transferring th**
naval station now at Fort Royal. H. C .
to Charleston, had a lengthy • (difference
to-day with Rear-Admiral Kndlcott, chief
of the board of yards and do k rela
tive to his retort which will be submitted
In a few days.
There was a rumor current yestenliy i
rlist order* for the transfer from Port I
Itoval t*> had l*ecii lone I
It* r Almiral Eaubcott stated to-day that j
no such order had been promulgated, m
view of the fact that Beur Admiral It l (
has not y t formally **iil*mitt-d m- j
report to the Mwcretary of th? Navy
When this is done it will then b* in ord*-r
for the Her*mtary of the Navy t* conahlr 1
lie reic>rt unl m;*k*- mi* .1 re ommendution I
to Congress ash- may d• m • -nsi-tent j
writh the rep*>rt of the naval b< ml and
the attending circumstun < Before an
opdsr for the transfer can he |*u*d. con
gressional action will ! n* •*• '>•
Ai* has la**-n previously stated, th** ru
port of the b*>ard is favortiNe t* th* tran--
f r tn*l It !* only a question *f tine w!i n
tne formal or*l*r to !ta off* t will **•
iSsue*l. M* misers of the i*oarl de* lln*' t*
discuss the rejHrt prior to its trun.-mltta!
: th* Secretary of th*' Navy.
< /. Alt’s M Ntis llllti; AICNI.I).
If True Tills Will (•rrtifly t <mii|ll
•site Ills Tronltle.
Si. Petersburg. Thursday, Nov. ?2 It
was rumored here th!s afternoon that Em
peror Nicholas Is threatened with pec to
ral omplicatlofM, which. If they exlsf
vould in ib t lolly limin:sh his chances of
recovery. Inflammation of the lunv* Is a
common complication of typhoid fever In
'Phus far there is no official confirmation
of the rumor.
t snr Is Getting lletfer.
Ltvad 1. European Russia Nov 23 The
fallowing bulletin was issued thi- in< rn*
"Th* Kmi>< ror parsed quin day >- *ter
dny. ll** sl**pt alsout an hour. At 0
o'clock In the evening his t* mperuture
was 102.7; pulse. K 2. Hi- Majesty pas*.-*!
a very good n‘ht. Ills rm*li n aid
str*iigth ar- very satlgfaniory. Thi* m< rt
ing at ft o’clock Ids temperature was 101.3;
tins Typholdie KnferltU.
INnrfs, Nov. 21. s:*> a. m —"A dlAgno-l-i
of the Fxir's malady." says disp'teh
fr*>m Ht Patrrsburg to the Hlc e eti \\h
that he has typholdic enteritis. Hi- brain
Is affected and his intellectual powers are
11l AAA I.ONS|> OF THE IBOEItN.
Ilnd I**n ( unnllic*i In Two Recent
London. Nt*v, 13.—A s|e ial dispatch
fom Mlddlrhurg. Transvaal Colon**)', sav*
that in the surprise f the outp*ist of Hv
"Huffs" (Third Infantry!, southwest *f
ll.ilmornl, Nov 1* the Ho* r ksu sixty
men killed and wound* 1
Th* burgh*‘r. th- dispatch a*lds. Him
ußaneotsl> attacked a garrison of Fu
siliers on \Vl!g* river, but were beo'*ri
off with th*- loss of 13i men killed on J
l A|mmil*li t ount's Protest.
Madrid. Nov. 23 In the Senate yMM*c
day Fount Ferdtnonda prot*-s:cd against
the action of the Americans in c*gnpell
ing him. as he put It. to lose his Hpuniah
nattonalliy. He saiJ he hO|e.i that th**
g. note would not rob him of nls *'tiat*r
ship. The mlnlater of foreign affairs.
Marquis Aguilar Campo, replied that the
question would be submitted to a special
( liNirmsn of the Directors.
New York. Nov. 23.—1 t w* announced
to-day at the meeting of the Bord of
Director# of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
way Company that William Bol**n>n was
re-elected chairman of the board, and j
John K. Cowen president.
PRESIDENT WANTS POWER.
Cnntltiit Army Hill l.ik *ly to t all for
a Force of tO.tMHI Men—Mail)
1111 p 1 11 on AAottltl FnlUf.
\VashingtiMi, Nov -J Fhainnan Hull of
th- Hour* mmltta* on Military Affairs,
to *la> railed a meeting *f tin* commiti***-
ft*r 11* xt Tuesday. He hopes that a quo
rum will Ih* prw*nt, an*l that the com
mit!* e . an g t.. work imnt*dlately upon
the otHliiK s of anew army bill
"It will b. in the *ll notion of economy
to 1 1 - th-' army bill without *h‘lay." sold
Mr Hull t*- la>. "Th** aim> now in th**
I’hlhpp.n* ? will hn\r to te> brought home
in ih* summer, that ie. thus* of th- men
w do i.*a car* to rc-eitllet The trnns
l*>rt- win h go out f*r them ehould de
jN*r laden wiili the tloops who an* to re
l!a •* th* in. • -if** the ship! will make *>ne
v* yag* * ti|*t> "
Mr H tl; w 1 in conference t.*l.\ wih
Hi* 1 l’i*>l*i*i)t and xvith officials : the
AN .r Ik - .ii tmciu u 1 Kin the character of
legislation l***lfe*l by the admlnistradon
ll* -*i l 1 I'r* I irnt wi l i**uinni4 ilf
to 1 ongres.H very f ally his r* * *nm nh
ti**< - al. it the army, and h ild 11 t is
lUiii* to .*• p*ag the IT* sident’a mini in
ad \ a lice.
H thought, however, that the a*linn
Istrai *.n w*ii*l n*t la* *mi* iii wrlih an\
nviL ddft lgir* . ion. such a-* a pr*id
tl*wi to 1 tmllno** li* |*r* **nt aiw tor two
yeai s nj.M Hi unpr* --ion Was that tie
|*t* ... lit w *nted authority to ml-*- a
nealar army sufficient f*r th* nerd.- *f
the * ounfrv. 100.<i**t men. If necessary, th**
nunilnT t* * re*Un***l when th*r** is no
10 • r ne* 1 in. in*m. i
Mr. Hull Mild th* Taft commission ha l
r* I** ;i* I that U <M Filip n**s could l*e *n
|) a. *| Imtio d.ately in the army f*r the j
i’billppini > aisJ that they would mak j
g,,od - -Idler- unl r American officers |
There was n*. I* ar of a r* |e*!lticn of Great j
Biitaln s . \|H*nciK*** with the S* ;sys. f>r
th Ktiipiuo . Mr. Hull aid, have no tin
ti' iial feeling, like th* natlv* of India
M"/ .--•ver, allied M. Hull, the experiment
of *n;istHK n.imu tro*.i- lus proven su -
-sful. ami there are n* more loyal or
tti lent so.‘llera than I*** tußlvea enlisted j
in the British anv In India.
NI.AA Mill’. |!M bll ON (TUNA.
Secretary *f male Alakea Wuaaesi
ftona to the Pnarn.
Was-hli gton. Nov. 23 T l* sk-cretnry of
rtu*t** has aodre -*'l mii i*i* nil. il not** to
Ihe Rower* Interested *1 til** Chinese ►il
lation rotting out tersely and afreeh the
obje’t off the I ’luted States governmcnl as
to Chinn, ami j* iiting out how such oh
jots ar* common tq the Powers can
b.-s he securAl.
The not** marks th** ln|tif*tloi of fresa
negotiations on our part on the arrange
ntetu >l new* basrti i tide over the ini
jMSMUie Mtuatjon <*r*ated at the lost
11 . -thtx uf th* in.aiaiera 10 Pekin. Rome
rtsj**ui.s. already ar* at hand
It |w staled ;:im( generally our advance*
Have been well received, an*l the state
<l* partmeiit **xprt *•-■* a **iefaction witn
the progn ss so far nchlevod.
It is .**hcv*\l that tne nt** Is an appeal
fnmi tin *xir* me course suggested by
-••in** of tii** power* to the treatment
*>f t'hina cs|M-. i.ally tn the rnatver of
puniehni* rite and link rnnities to wnlca
i!u* minlater* at Pekin sum inclined. The
in • nt is to push tin* negotiations *m a .
n rational f
GFITIMi IN IN) Ait olll).
A 111 It nn lor AVlilte Con (era AA itli
Huron ion II id* tli*iff.
Berlin. Nov. 23 Unib and States Ambus- I
sudor White had an important Interview
yesterday with Baron von Richthoff. the
secretary far foreign affairs, at the for
h Is understood the Interview* took
place an th* result of instructions cabled
from VV.i tiingi*>n and that the >**m* wh*t
• ngth\ *1; .ii.-‘H*i b*iw*c*n the
dot and .*• *r tnry had reference entirely
to the ele.i- *if th* United Btafes govern
in* nt t* airdinic th* iw utlod f the war
lu FhilM and Hi** * ration of the
United Sta# w;th Germany and the
other Europe an Powi-r- rtgurdlng th<* con
< I 1 peofl
t<> h* * xa.H .i an*l the indimnlty 10 be se
It Is aKo tiislerstooil that the mod
friendly and satisfactory result was reach
'd and th *• It U rak'ulated t put at r* si
th** dis<iu!**tng tumors recently circulated
regarding exhibitions of Hi feeling toward
Germany in the American press, which,
II has l>*.*n pretended h*Te, tvere iiisjrfr- ■
***l ftom Washington.
Ilut T hey AAlll N*t Atiifi f,*Mt*r>il
. Peace feea at la Ilona.
Ix>ndon Nov, 2i A serious *llA'ergmc**
fn- arls. n in P* kin," says the Tien Tsin
'rj * |s*cdent of th*: Daily Mail, wdring
\Y**ln* alay. J * an. the United States,
Russia and France f ivor demanding a
milder punisl.ni> nt than the execution of
Princ*- Tuan an i the others, while Great
Britain, Germany Austria-Hungary and
Itu.y hem anything bss than the death
"An important decision has been arrlv
"l at, however, that this divergence Is,
nr*i to Interfere with the general oeace j
n*ro tint lons
Another rcnrirkabl* feature f the wit -
u it ton Is the staklen \it* face of Russia.
v*.u ii w I* * ilia - either to wHhdt iw her
tr p- fr. ni the prnvin* * of <*hl Id or to
hand over the ratlwax as j>romlscd.‘'
XTII l.i: Al A I IT/I LH <M T.
>!**t of the Awrrli un f mnrmaksra
AA ill Not Hites flit* Order.
Tampa. Fla, Nov. 23 It Is stated au- j
tnoritatlvfly to-night f at the union men
of the r,i>* railed upon by ihe federation ;
I*, go on u g< n* ral strike Monday in con
s* f|uencc of th** unsettled trouble hist ween
!he two clgarniak * •** n. n*. will refuse
to do so. and tbot the order will of nt*
<• slty Ik* r**' ii <l* 'l l*fore that lime.
Th** slumt of m* ml*ers from the In- |
1 *-mat lona I to the Re*|*enc:a C igarmiK- |
(•ih Union, continues, and several of the 1
member* of the international are making
nrrungm*n*s to deposit their cards and
leave the city. AH International m'*n
who are Joining the Resistencia are txdng
put to work In the factories
Powers* t mmr In As|>rtM foort.
Frankfort. Ky.. Nov. 28—In the Court
of Appeals to-day tha case of Caleb Pow
er* versus the Commonwealth warn sub
mitted without argument with leave to .
file brief* on Dec. 1. Powers Is under j
life aentenoc* is an occsesory to ibc kill- j
ing oX Go nsbvL j
IDOL OF THE FRENCH
(•It F ATI at NTIIHM DM tiWFf I *
Kill Mil FA lit A AN 111 ill I .
ANTI-BRITISH CRIES HEARD.
RHI t.GII'S A I*IT A| A A M AD TO I N-
Pl.i: D A NTNIiSA.
Antl-llrlltah |l*iiuiii>irNl*nn Due to
N Foollali llUtjik* *f Aiir Cng
lihiii,*n al A|| r4*||| AA arm Hr*
rriillnn for Kruger tit I %*r l*olu(
AA here •!!• I rain A|o|,|rtl - I lir
lloer l*resllrui Dt*cpl> Affeeted l%
the lt**e|| l**n .
I>iJ*m, D*'p*irim- nt f Cot** and or.
Fraifce, Nov. 23 Mr Kruger, on his ir
rlval here thl** evei rig, WII gretted with
the sumo embus 1 **m a shown by the
prop!** of tli** oth*i **ithv- of France w u< h
he has pttKsed through since his arrival
Air Kruger ha* Im-coitm*. f<r a moment
ill l**HSt. the |Kpular idol of the French
His triumphant progress northward,
through the country from Mar■-tellies *
Dijon. Iwis placed this Ih y**nd doubt. Ib*
met with a treni**tMb>us r* *-ptkm tn each
town along th# r ui*> where the imhi
stopped, culminating in scenes of frcnsicd
enthusiasm her** this evening. il ulated
to turn the head of any man.
Tne population of fifarMiib* g*ther**dln
tlMHisandn this mortilng tv • n him to
the railroad station und ga\ him a rous
ing send off. whll* t Tai o*n, \vign< n
Valence. I,y *ns, M;ic*in and Dijon. lh* In
habitants who crowded the rallro ' l si
lu*iH made th* raft* r i ireinble with en
thusiastic shout’ of * \K* lvMif:*.!" mil
"Vive |es fhaers! '
The dernor.stration fill the more sig
nificant In-cause It shows that the prt fer
vid seel mat inns at Mats, ill* wr- not
merely an extlosl -n of exulrcrancs n th
part of the wirm-hnntsl n| excitahie
l**pul ee of n sunny cltm**. but s**niinients
shar.d with even greater Intensity by th
usually l**<* dem* n -trative *n 1 c. kb r
blooded Inhabitants "f the imrih* rn prov
The warmth of the enthusiasm iner.-aw
♦ I Instead *af and r **l. n might have
reasonably I** n -xi**- t* • I from th< *TRT* r
**nc* of character of the Inhabit ants of
?he provinces through which Mr Kruger
passed, but one of th*' most imiHriant
phases of the d* m*>nstmtl ri was tin turn
It took In sn anti-British direction.
Mistake off n i>w F*allhmea.
The few criminally foolish Btullihnwti
whose Hi-limed levity at the Hotel du
Buvre In Marseilles exaap-rmed the n**o
pie In the streets there never dream** I of
the aerioua consqucnces of *the|f net T-ev
sowed the wlim! m*hl b !iy the English
people are reaping lh* whlrlwin*l. The
news of the SU|>|M-**l Insult to Mr. Kru
ger seems to have -pi** I aero*- I ran.* ,
an*) st all stations, but i* da ly • *d’-
ons and Dijon, shouts f**r tn** lk r* w • r*
mingle*! with loud c(lc** of * iOwn wash
the English!" Indeed, at loons Ih* de
nunciation* of the F.ngll h dpwne| the
llMiiftinff for the Ber 'lni- is a disturb
ing t* uiure which unlvsr.-aUy di-cu-s. |.
Fears arc rxpr* >se| that tomorrow s
reception in Paris may assume a chara
ter calculated to nr. u- th* feeling of
(Jr* at Britain against Fran* ** to such <*n
. xi*iit to result lu unid* • ou >* 1 •
tMtns Ik t wen th* iw< counrl**e
The w armth of ••nthusi.ism t* u hed In
Mardh* • yeslenkiy, palpably nD* and tin
apirltH of Mr Kruger and his ml .*r la
a high pitch. The faces of Dr. I**yd*.
Mr. Fis* her and oth*t wld* h. *ti t
t v#* nf th arrival of Mr Kruger 1
vculed th* anxiety 4c felt i.grudint.
his* rece|ftlon. wer* unby ||ghft-.| up wi a
liappin* aiwl * onflden* * Evci*ntl> a*M>*
hM*i revived in all that tils mission to
Kur*|*e would Ih* crownwl w 1:h -u** *- *
Departure From ffsrwlllr*.
Manudlleh. Nov. 23 —Though th** *ti
thusivism at tending Mr Kruger's depar
ture from MarM*ilb , .‘- was no’ *o lMist*r
o 0 tad tlwra a nowi crowd pn
ent as awif-d him on the quay when he
land'd yesterday fr*>m h- (b-iderlund. h*
had no reason * * unpluin of r*> diniki
utkHi of warmth on the port of ih* peo
ple of Marseille*
Mr. Kruger was up at n early hour
and was ready and waiting when Ids
landau reached the hotel t . .*mi.. y him
to fhr railroad dc|**i Amidst th* cheering
of .1 large assembly th* former Pre.-ident
of the Transvaal enter**! his carriage til
9 o’clock and was driven to the station.
He was accompanied by Dr Loyds and
Messrs Pearson. AV* ss la. Fluff. Fis'-!s*r
V 1 n H lmn • 1 B • .
jinn |efore the departure of the train
Mr Kruger ppear**d on the *teps *>f the
railroad *rri.ig**. In resigns.* to life
shouts of the crowd, an*l said:
"fitliens of Murv*i||,mi 1 thank tt*
I <4pulat|ofi of Mirs' ll’* for fwarm w 1-
rom** I trust I shall find the am* en
thusiastic sympathy tn *ll th** dtps wh|.*h
I am going to travel through, fc l I hot* •
It will Ik* follow • l by actions which wdl
continue to assist us and f sujt in abor
ting our cause."
As the train left at 930 a m. a gr it
Extensive pdlre pf* autlonr w*r*> token
this morning Dei hm*ni?* of p*><b men
were massed along the rocte from ih
h*td to the 1- tat lon. but \l K■ ug r’s
departur** took placc without a y dis
agreeable Inc I* lent.
Prrseutetl n t.*ll Aledal.
T.yons, Department of Rhone. Nov 23
Ther.* w a great demonstration when
Mr. Kruger's train ariiv l The u- ri
ant muv*r w Itamrd Mt Krtiu*** m l I ,f *
s'tit* *l him with a Iwautiful gold in*‘i and.
csip*** lall) engraved fur Hi*- <*• **aiofj On
one Side was the head **f * w.unan, r* pr
sorting h** Hty of Lyot* . and n th**
rrvriH 1 '*•’ woril*
• Tn. h..ni*. Mf tv.n rill* I .if Uyorm
10 IT.-ni'J. 111 Kru. r. In , i:. t . ini ■ -of
hi* herolr .Irfcn*. of th. ('•■tnh Afri .ih
Mr. Kruu.r. ir|>lyki( lo ih" *|. rh on
th* pre*-iitlloi> of '*>'" OH-.J.il. . >UI
*‘l hit profoundly touch'd hi h* h..m
--• r*r|K*i uml 'omln fr.m
•nllr.- J-'rnfK-r. fllvo fnv iluink.-. io
l>.|.<ihilK.ii of I.yon*. It 1" Jucl cilia"..
which nniniHlc* you. , chu-.- for Krirvc
an.l for nil Kurop*. to aif. iiiiar.l I am
firm In fh* conviction that our hop-*
*lll b* roallifd. W* ar* hofilm; with
Th* Bo*r :•(,man then <l**c#i*H!
from hi, earrla** n1 walked twar.i*
*h* entranca of Ih* mattoh. which faun I
th* ch**r* to be r***ouhl*d. The crw.|
*v*oluaUy ta-oke thromrh !h* police cor- i
•CwtlßiMd on Fifth I’a(e.) ,
COFFER’S NARROW ESCAPE.
Il*i% f Ihnnmllr AA sral Him In
I \pre* Itwt (lie lif-rial Ala
chiiii* I nilcil to I \|lmD*.
Chur). -i* 111. Nov 2.5 T N Goffer.
Jr., a 1 0111 in l • 1 y*ut g attorney and
I•* m* r*ilie p i Ictan. h.a Just esvbped
al dructlon in wn.it se ms a miraculous
ll** gave <wl to-!.v the detulls of an
itt'inpt on hi- lit. b> means of • "rre
• nt’’ fr*>m tM>ni unknown i*crs*>n, a lox
vniiiliH* dyr atnlt. It cam** to his of
fice by ell*-*-** l-t Mm*iav niorfiing aihl
he oj.n**l th* | 1. k.tgc while the expree*
in*'•••--tik'-i wa** still thcr* Tin label was
1v p* wrttt* 11 and sat. l ’Sample puxxl**
i*x Open, puli string with quick jerk,
i* • ri-.-viiit wtb l** Mitpri *ing "
At! t'offer th* string which pro
' Bud* i fr in , hole a Jctk. bill It br*k*
| Th** ts'\ w tli n prh *1 open. liscioslug
.tin** big s i k*' of ivtainilti* wrni*p**| in
• inbi 'ilbl* .iifl holes lioretl In them with
■ fiih'*-s atta !)ed A huitdr* and match h a*ls
gl**i t a and!, k w r* intended to lntMle
when h** mrlt-ag elutiild dmw a pi*** o of
-iii and I'lper .ict•*-*.* their toad.** Alwat half
*f thm wi. ii*nitd with the tli -t null
•*f I ,i• fdtllsg but in ,-*>tll** mitU‘UliOUS
; inauner *.,| a(il toil) a sulnliiir
• tnell him* tut when tin l*x w o|k tie*l
Th* 1 c w s enough dvnanut* In the |m< k
v* t wink ib* whuff aid* of the public
-qUiitc ill whleb * • D r * *tb • is |*n-<isl
The |..ii Kug* c.itn** rn*m Auroi.i. but the
•X| r*- agent t:u*i*’ hits not •dew • the
•'otislgtior ilm f* not knw of no
• n*-!iiy in tlie w rid D* i* > lives have l*** , ii
• t ( vv**rK both bv Mi *fT• r and Ihe
Am* ri* an Express (’"*m*any atul every ef
fori will •*• null*- to ferret out the would
t** oostissin. *
SOUTH CAROLINA’S SHOWING.
*tnfe lln* n l*o|ulatl>n of I ~*! lo.Jllff.
nn lii€*reae of |K!I, KIT, **r Iff.4
I'er ( etlf. Alwi'c | (110,
AA’.*shington. Nov. 23 The iM*ulatim of
Houttft C.ifxilltia *- >tti tally *ii.ii**uticed to
d.iy Is 1 H", .I*. .iw.iln-t l.litl. 1(9 in IV. This
in ;n Ii . r* sin > ivm of 1X9.167, or 14 I
Th* |M>|uil**t i* n In P-N was ,577. show
ing nn leer* * * * f I " 572. or 15.6 |er cent.,
from iw#* t* 11190.
The |H*|iulutlon I'y count lew Mlowp:
Abbeville 33,5 m Gr‘* nwood 2X..H2
Aik* i 39.ux? Hampton ...23.73k
Anderson .... llorry 23.3d
Ha mt N-rg IV.JJS* K*-rsh w 24 *•!►.
Ihirnw.ll .... • **l Lancaster 24.111
JSaoufort x 19. Lauren 37.3K2
Berk* l* v IMW la
Chat I*-ton .... MjtM Mxriiin .35.1X1
( berokec 21 ••!) MarliKiM 27,(LD
(■'•’ ter .. Newlierry ..... 30,1X2
(* rfudd Id * k-otiee 23.414
rliirsiKiutk ... >.■*•-.M*.'*irg —-59.(kv.
Colleton SS.U' I'U ki’M 19.375
Dai llngtoii 22 2* Richland b.>**#
Do re he at or bi.JN ftxluda •—l*.!*'*-
Hdgefl* Id 25.47N dportanburg ~..4V64U
Fairfield J9.43vituniter 52.*37
I l.rerc* 29.171 I Inion 25,reil
(korfffown . 22.X4' Williamsburg ...31,405
Or®* nv Hie 53 49" York 41*441
AAOAtI.N lli:i A AIK II A aTFHIt’%I*.
ttrk r AA l*o Hepreaewled 'l’liem %•-
lit* I ail ore.
N*w York. Nova Chester H. law*
retv 4-. Jr . * member *>f the c'ooaolldateA
Hrs k Ex< hang*-, mad- an assignment to
day t*> odrge II Wollierl.
Among Lawrenei s custmera were
many W'omen un*l a number cf them be
. amc bv M.*rl* a| tn Ills iHfire wrhen (he
a ••'igimieiit w.“ announced. Liwrenn*.
who has five offi.es if* •111*' KV. is Sllld
to have been in dllfb ultles fr sever.il
we-ks and his trouble** were brought to
a h* and by * customer win# lias had Law*
rn •• nvl lalw>*r i R Fisbrhlll. hla office
ntai ager. hutiiusiis'i to court on the a* 4 -
usatlon of withholding bar money and
Ikxkls and refusing to give her an im
mediate st/Heii lent.
N -1 a lenient has been made, but it
D ladlaved th* ii.ibllltl* * will exceed 1200.-
1.1 this afternoon Mr !a*wretice, with
\A’oltx*rt. the .isslgnee. and lclwxirl 11
!r t* rhlll. Jr manager of the business,
wer* arrest®d i*> Centr!il offfi*-e <kd*ctlvee
aial lorked up ill police *..kpiartera. They
an* *h.iru*<l with grand larceny on th**
•peclfic aanplaint of Mrs. Catherine
Itouokeiidorf. Hhe claims that tl stock
1 broker has thre e 11 .*•• hotala b* longing
[ to her.
Till: ATI 14 H.Il l* VIOLATBD.
Turkey Trlr lo Turn Ikiwn Our
( olla ti I Hrnt ( llar|MMit.
C*wial .l ntmopl**. Nov. 23 The I'orte has
•1 finitely reje* !'*• th** r***|tiest for an *•*•
e|ii aur for l’nlud Htates on mu I at
This r* fu-al is regar*b-| by the Fnitfsl
tftiiio* legation as a direct violation of
ti**aty rights, and. consequently, despite
th* refusal. Dr Thoma*- II Norton, who
was appointed by I*resid**tit McKinley
some ||m*‘ ago, to eat a d*di the COflSlliate
nt Hiar|SM.t baa t>eeii direct***! to proceed
to his tiost,
Tfc* exjMs'feil visit of the liattleshlp
Kentu* ky to Smyrna is believe*! to relate
quite a* mu h to (Ms mutter as to tffc
NI.AA IIKIIO.** 11l MILLION*.
*!ie Is th<* Da iim liter of ASr. and Mr*.
AA . K. A underbill, Jr.
New York. Nov. 23 Mr. and Mrs. W.
K Vanderbilt. Jr . are rejoicing over the
birth to-night of n girl, w ;io will .#**ome
(lie heir***-'* to t 1 Vatelerbilt miliiorin
Mrs. Vanderbilt, Jr. nee Virginia Fair,
i at the Vurul* ruilt r** kk nee, find uc*
• ording to ail • ounta. mother and ehlkl
are doing w*li.
ab rm ih i4*:*i: MWFwTfk
AI usf (me Three Alontbs for Crttl
4'lsinu l.ii|trr*ir' speech.
Berlin Nov 23 K B**hultxe, u Berlin
<abjiu ttnak'-r, lias been sentenced to thr*e
nwriihe imprisonment for crlticiaing E®
prt(>r William e "No |ar<lon" pee<*h.
A*nultsa Is (be sixth victim within a
Nrrretary M*mi *trls Home.
Havana. Nov. 23 -S** retary Root. Gen
Woo*! and Mr s<n left Nuerltns
ibis afternoon on th** K.ir w:ia for ht. j
Augustine Fla , where they are exfiect- j
•and to arrive Hun*lay. The Secretary of |
War will go direct to Washington.
Kentucky (iolns to (myrna.
Naples. Nov. 33.—The United Stata
battleship Kentucky, which arrived hero J
Nov. 19, Mills to-oiorrow for ftknyrua.
DAILY D A YEAR
CENTS A COPT
WBFKi.Y 2 TIM Eh A WKRK.It A TKAR
BOWDEN’S SIDE OF IT
HOH Hl' Ul'l in* *1) ITC.RIOID
I*l- **ll *( ;.
DODGED WALLER AT TY3EE.
A* ENT TO RH MMOND AVHEHD MW
%\ %* TAKIN *|l K.
Declares He Had nn Intention af
llcniltiM lasaranre < <im|iulea or
Anyb4) Else— In (he lInII f
Ms k iiiu *mcli ’I rlp—lll* llritflier
• -lan I*rtai* I** ■; e*l l % Detect Aura,
llrnther nnl Father 111*1 N*rt lte
lleve ll*s|en AA as Dead.
ColumlMix <a N*v 0 The return of
W i Bowden, who was rejwirled drown.
e*l at Tybe*. Aug J* catlse*d a sensatkWl
here, and has be* n a I the talk to-day
Tli** Morning New-a r®pr‘.(mitilvs via*
it*l Mr Bowden hl> ban* I some naintry
home n* ar l lat R* V f*#uri *n mil*’** frnt
tbi* city to-day. When the reporter ar
rtve*l. Air liowtlen w t.* standing In a
grove in ti*(a of bin hoin-e, leaning
against a tree, talking to *ne of hla
younger brothers lie greeted the rr
i**rt**r pl ***anll> anl said he was glad
f the p|M>rtunity to >et himaalf right be
fore the [*tiMb*
"The story of mr dl<M|ipenranee ia a
vary simple one." said Mr. Bowden "I
wore two sun * *>f l*.t‘i*e When I went
down to th* be.* b with Mi Waller that
night I pitll*-*I off Ih*ii suits and slipped
the new cl.*(h**e under my arm as I went
bit** the water, unknown t<* Mr W ll#r.
I -aw * larg** wave timing and c*alled *ut
t Mr, Waller to took out after my clothe*
n.| carry them little further irj* tha
beach | saw him sEtlng on a log I
walk*l down th* beuch at an angle, con
cealed by the lug wave, ami came put
about a hundred yard* below, where I l#ft
the bearii. Waller *1 uft rot see me. Ra
was cither still seate*l on the log *>r else
had gone high* r up the beach, whre ha
rqertHl to meet in* I did not nail him
to know of my movmenis, so I put on tny
new suit nnij went to the *lei>ot. where
I took the first train for Sa\aor.h
"I was not feeling well rwl ik-celed to
g*i over t* Rh htnorid I isuight u f|,
• n*l left on the rushlight tralp When I
reached that city. I went at once to a
private haunting house and **s|iei a phy
sician I remained there quietly (Iff I
felt well enough to travel 1 did not
see anyone m Ite iimoud 1 knew, and
hi>rd imUilnc of wn,t w* on >n
rv>tumbi. or of h- r-port, of my
"'•*•* Hr,l One.
"I* —’ii* not until I but rr*. hra At
ln( that I t~ Kn to rra I knrw
atul to hmr romo of thr thin,. ,l lal wrr „
mM. I think aurh lltlnia iin
• allwi ha Hikl thrjr h.ivr certainly ma.l..
t"" f '- ,, -'* n.l ili'imiw.l. | t,i. l hami
111 th lull,it of ROlntt off an.l (tavin* aav.
-ml month, without mulnk any one. I
m**' • * r ll to Vlratitiia on< <> hrfora,
"Aa 1.. hcitinK Ih. 1 Inminnm .•.mi|.*nl,,
.'rr.ll 1 ora. or any otir, I have nrvor had
any su. h Mr... If any |m. y hail hrrn
ll<l iliirltiK >ny ahacn* •>. the m.m.-i wo'i and
moat crrtalnly have lirrn rrfun.le I. I
will hr In t'oliimliua to-morrow for tha
t.urimrr of arttllna uj. my affalra tlia a.
an.l to pay aurh Mila ua I may owe
"A to my tukiriK out Inauianrr ro'l*
rlr.a Juat hr fora I J.-rt htimr thrrr ia no
truth In aui'h a n-porl, Th laat rllcy I
took .Mil waa .lat.al Junr |# | j
*ll.l not want Mr. \V tllrr to know of my
movomrnla. •' • '>-*1 not ta..n ,|ok In
Itli'h mond I wouM crrtalnly liavy tot urn
d h*me sooner."
Th*- rrimrirr rallr*! altrull.m to Ihe ta
|w,rt that Mr. Waller hail left the county.
"That la not trur." aanl Mr ll.iwilm. "I
aaw him thla morning. Ho la at home and
r ill alay thrrr "
Itow.h n liar t-hamr* ,) In appearance con*
ahterahlr alni*e hr left t’oliimliua. laat Au.
teuat. Hr worn a full Ix-.ir l, trlmmad down
'o a point In thr Frrncli (aahlon. Ula
1 lK>ard iloea not conceal Ihe fact that ha
la Very Hallow nfiii thin Hr haMta vrry ha 1
ami la rvkl.-ntly *> or SO pound, off from
III* in'll il wrljtht. Mr liowiJrn app—arril
to frrl ilrrt.iy thr • troth of hla faihrr,
which hr aaya hr did not hnr of until
after hr Irfl lit 'hnimal. Hr aay, he tr.
Krrtteil the rtitlrr affair very much. Mr.
H.iwdrn - * family apprarrd overjoyed at
hi* return to them.
•that Ilia llrnther aaya.
Newell llowdrn. who conducted thu
aearch for hla brother at Tyhre aald ‘Via
"I have never believed frn Ihe time t
returned from Havanfioh, after making a
thorough aearch for the body, up to tha
preaent minute, that my brother wa*
drowned at Tybee "
Mr L. B. li.ink*. a farmer I Ivina near
Flat flock, war here to-ilny. He aald
he believed until recently that Mr. Dow-
J den wa* drowned at Tybee. but that ho
wa* not really aurpriani to find him alive,
"Not five day* before hla death," MMd
Mr. Ilanka, "I railed on Will', father,
, Mr. M. M lbwilet!. Hr aakl to roe. 'lf
I wit a well a* you are, I would have Wll
lie hark In my hou In Ira* than three
wrelur. told Mr Bowden I thouirltt
hi* eon out dead. ’No he I* not daad,'
was t lie reply. T mve my eon *Z,U tha
day before hr left Inane. The inauranra
people h ive been here aml know about 11.
! If I w i* utronit like you. 1 would gn WII
| lie hark home rlKht awny.*
“Joel la-fore Mr. M. M. Bowden'*
death." continued Mr Hanlut, "he told at
least three parties the same thtnir. that
ho did not believe that Will waa dead.”
Mailer Was i'rlahtrnr.l.
The report that E. B. Waller, who ao*
roropanlfd Bowden to Tybee. haa skipp'd,
la untrue, but detectives My they ht'A
had him tn hot water. Ofllrct, traced
Bowden to Richmond, hut lost tra k of
him from Oct. Ito Nov. 1. During this
time drlecttve, cauaad a statement to b'
made to nonie of Mr. Waller's neUtbbo •
that be would be presented to th, grand
on Fifth I’agaJ