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THE MORMNO NI'WH
Eotabllihcu i*> - • Ini’orporntNl W
j ll KSTILU Pr^oldml
CZAR IS IN DANGER
lITAL IMIE OP Hill, ItUEM h
HIS DISEASE IS COMPLICATED.
mi,i ivn>* have rove EAi.ro tih.
1.11 % V IT V OF Ml* CASE.
Afraid r Tjphnl'l KfTfr With Feeto
rti| t (implication*. He l **ld to
Have Urn in Fever, Ihr Rrtall of n
Uniiml lirrrhrtl Japan—
. r* lln % c Uinnifil Wldrr l*wm l
Imii lluaiiirM l Office* la nt n
];,. r , X(v. 25.—The following dispatch
-t IVtcrsburg. Nov. 25, 2.49 a. in.,
h* b-• n received here:
• I* p<-r>intently rumored In Fit. Pe
for v; iri; *hnt the con*tltlon of Emperor
* is* critical. \V 11-informed peopl#
p. r re that the disease has made
i..r ► .•■ r progress than the Czar*a phy
t t i; \c publicly admitted. A fatal
It now gravely feared."
officials Fear th< Worst.
S p. tersburg. Saturday. Nov. 24. From
thr* -ourccw of Infarm*lion, directly
,ot i ■ • with a* many minlMrios of
f,e Sr. Petersburg correspondent
0 f ft,. V‘s '.ldtid Pr**ss to-day ascertained
that imperial .rtiictal* are becoming ox
tr m* ' p- s-imistl • regarding tin* oonli
tt. n f Emperor Nich'd sand inu rt that
t> . i.ivadu bulb tin* conceal the gravity
of In- illnefS.
In >j itc of 4lie notorious ease with
wh‘ h n alarmist rumor cun be circulated
In the Russian capital. many good
Judge believe that the Chances of the
t zars recovery are diminishing.
One r* port euys that the Emperor, in
odd!turn to typhoid fever with pectoral
compilation*. has brain fever, the resuit
. f tne Mow he received from a fanatical
policeman during hi* tour in Japan, and
*• )m even asserted in some quarters th.i
trepanning ha* become necessary.
AHL>ugh :h imperial ministers have
;m* •! wider powers in administration
* i . His M ij* tv s illn#s* begun, the
w io|a hi i<‘h|nery of government Is aff*#*t-
\ by hi- dlsaullity and many and j*r‘-
i ents ure almost ( standstill. Russian
I we and customs imi>se an immense bur
* n of detail work, particularly In th*
r after of signatures upon the Czar. for
* ample, numerous special pensions, whose
I ivment on ea?h occasion requires the
W lint the Nulletin
Petersburg. Nov 25. 12 m —The f*>4-
6* ng bu.ietin was issued this morning
he Czar passed a quiet day yesterday,
.v o'clock yesierduv afternoon his tem
f cure rose to 108.0. the pulse L-Ing KB.
. o’clock in the evening the tempern
t was 1"? 2, the pu>* Aft
ll> MaJ< j*ty slept well during the
* ■ This morning his general rnndl
* and strength ire satisfactory Tem
* Rure ffi pulse 75. No complication *
• tever have been observed."
|l KEN III*: IK* I HUM (/AN.
>niblng Vet f (on firm the Ytnn>
lon. Nov C' While the latest hui
n regarding th# Czar’s condition I*
* h less favorable than Its predeces
fhere fs nothing as yet to confirm
< irmlng rumors.
*eeii Victoria daily receives a te’e
-4 m from the Czarina, and it is under
i tha no exceptional anxiety ft* yet
ardii g to the Morrow correspondent
' i Dally Express, an rxm n itlon of
* well water used for drinking puf
* - at IJvadla proved the presence of
h>*M germs An (>!e*a ClsjrfUch to
’ I tally News. #kit**l Thursday, says:
lb porta for the last two days fndl afe
* ii’ flecline In the strength of the
• i ' Min censorship prevents any Ink*
1 '■ of news. It Is understood that the
1 trina will remain at IJv.idlA for her
•* chement, and even under the b-st
lilions it will Ih* impossible to r*nu>o
t Czar la fore February.
Hit AMO ANTI-A l< : < HI * % OK.
Inki n Im Episcopal lllshop
•liisf ns In \rw York.
i go, Nov. 25.—An apical t the
r ir<*h to take up the work of uppr*'-
r n of vice and further the Hs-*emin.ttl n
* municipal charity w.u voice*! to-day
1 the itt. Rev. l>r. Phllp duMoultn.
1 -hop of the Episcopal diocese of Nl
•** ra. in a sermon at St. Pater’s Church.
he tone of the dec Ur it lons, whil
-1 iched In general terms. .arrie<l in .ill
ucts a motion similar to the obj o:
° Rl*hop Potter’s crusade against crlm
-1 and conditions in New York city.
• ■•shop duMouliii urged his liearers *o
* naze and tk' a personal hand in the
* ' 11 ion of the deplorable condition of
*• t> t.< is* found In a very section of
%nfl-\lre < rusmli* In Denver.
'ivrr. Col., Nov. 25.—A mass meeting
v - 1 held here 10-slay at which th* city
* ernment ws scored f*r its alb l
t> m t*nfor> Ing th#* laws nga ne - gam
** and k iilr *l evils Addr* -a*s w. t
' vend by a nu in Ik-r of ministers #>f
denomin.itkme. denunciatory of the
and pod.-#* boards.
I.nennii li*f 1-11 f <1 Nelson.
Angel* Cal.. Nov. 25.—1n 11 15-mUc
" N <| race on the In-door bi *yc!e
K the Velodrome yesterday, tin*
n deft-wt<*<l John Nelson, the m ill *
*’ h implon Laws>n won 1
*' r of • ni le. and Incidentally lowered
'orid’s rc ord by 37 seconds, hie tin*c
•* 3 < 25:12.
■ 1 . n 1,.
'•aly, Array Xol to Hr Cn Royrn.
• Nov 2J-Th. Itallnn Chmm wr
'eputl** h. rrjcctrd . propoail
' <!it forwArd by thr SoctalUu, to r
‘ .* ,r "y expendltur* tifl.'O'.OOj frtoi
to cut down Uic arm) corps from
Satonnnl) Morning .ns.
ENTHUSIASM OVER KRUGER.
In *|iltr of the Fm- Ttint It Wm
4 rowds *liufeil I nftl
Me tlnde Ills \ ppea ri nre,
Paris. Noc. 25. Mr. Kruger ,v.i>#el Sun
day with his family t the Hotel Scribe,
observing th* Sabbath in accordance with
the customs of his fatherland. 11l i
meißa were to visitor- and re- I
m lined within them, indulging hlmeeif In j
Although the boulevard* w#*re alive to
a late hiur h*t nigh' with merrymakers
Lt -I singing frooje, the Hotel Bcrib*- wu
cordoned and the revelbrs did rot dis
turb bb rest.
This morning f uivrl him quite recove e.l
ftti! th* fatigue After an arly hr-ak
fast he conferred wlfii lr l.eyds Tar#*
being no church of hi- own denominaxlon
in Paris he held prlvait’ service in hit*
apartment-. Surrounded by his ntour
a.- -. Mi. Kruger read 1 |or i* r of Scrip
ture and a m#*inlcr of his suit** r#ad a
sermon, prtpitoi in atlvance. Th** ito r
stoti-man expr. sM*d a deaire to have in
organ to assist the ringing. i*ut this could
no* bt ol ti'lncd.
At an early hour ft*# circulation ws*
resumed in th street- about the hotel,
whose only guardians, two policemen,
stood on either idc of the principal en
iranr* Th#* number of p r- *y ss
not greater than the ordinary Sunday
crowd Toward 3 o\look. however, pedes
trians li reas* 1 and n otig th# twub*varl
- amo luu shouting nd hinging loys. Their
a . • increa 1 • 4 * asm wihca
wa** rapidly walked ui*. it-*! the tr-ets
l>< gait t# lid Che* rs for Mr. Kruger t*e
gari and the poll# #• lmiiieiiatel)’ #*eab
lished a cordon al*out th** hotel. S#*v# ral
companies of Ib pubh* an Guards quickly
In half an hour the scene r**embled that
of yestenl-iy. R**s|*onltng to cries and
plaudltM. Mr K rug* 1 < am#* f*r a moment
upon th# balcony • ■*ni|Mni**d by hit
granddiiughi**rs Again at * o’cloc k the
tumult was such that he ra|#p#sr#*d, but
only fr 11 rn#>ment. luring tlic after
noon Hi*l early >\cuing ti* r#* is no fall
ing ofT in th* r.umlxr of m|h■.•tutor- It
was I*l o’#do# k befor#- lii* p* pic hal suf
ficiently disappeared to permit th** circu
fl mb . its of an unimportant
character <#• itim I during th** iftcnooi
in front of th. ofb *♦•- of th#* Libre Parole
and th Intransig#ant. but the |>o|lce
quickly dispersed the demonstrators, ar
rt -ting Horn#* w!u> had uttered antl-Hritish
Many cards were left at the ll4el
B-ril#- during the d\. among them those
of M. Ilelcasse. mitil-4#*r of foreign af
fair#. and other high officials of the f#*r
Mr Krtig**r will six n*l to-morrow morn
ing in conferring with th** P#H*r represen
W %Y T4I help kriobr.
Paris Joarnals Make Miicucatlons for
Paris. Nov. 2>. 520 o m —The morning
papers suggest various ways of assisting
Mr. Kruger * cause.
The Intransigent cont*mpia:es the for
mation of an international conference of
leading Journalists ? the European cap
itals with a view of discovering practical
wavs of helping th#- lbx r
The Republtque is jx-ran i#led that If Ku
r# p* an government*- w il<l rem.nd (Iren*
llri’uin that she slgiusl T ie Hague (Vm
vent loti, goorl would fo:#rw. an#l that tnere
wini*l l#e no risk in taking such a step.
of YI.LLOW I’EYEH.
ll*ml> f 4 apt. Held of simmer %dler
Mu# Hurled nt n.
New Y*rk. Nov 25.—The British fruit
si* am* r Adler arrive#! to-day from Port
Liinon at I r**irted that rapt. Reid of
that ateamer had 'lie*! of yellow fever on
Th** aulhorltles at Port Limon would
not allow th* burial of th# body ashore
and th#* Al ei was obdge#l • steam out
ride th* harbor and bury the i# niaiiis hi
(.’apt Rebl was 30 ># rs of age and
n native of Abenleen. B'otland The chief
officer Mr Walt**, brought the slaamer
t* thin |*ort The Adler saiasl fr*m New
Orb 01- 0.4 17 f#r I toe a d# 1 Tor#> and
then**#* f#>r Port Limon. It Is thought
that rapt R*bl * .ultra* l*-l the db-a-* t
Ho# 1 |e| T**r#. Th# Adler is field at
quarantine f#r disinfection.
It Him MM •:*/* M %Y FIGHT.
said to Have 4 tinlleu# #l La l.acha's
Editor 4# n Marl.
Havana. Nov 25. It is said tlwit Oen
flodriguet. Mayor of Havana, has chal
!ngesl Bfir Bbn Miguel. *lltor of Ln
laicha. to light . duel in eon sequence of
all nileg# I llm#,ous ortlo.e utt.n king 111*?
Integrity of the Mayor’s ofti*e. Gen
K.jdrtguez lias named Senor Alonan as hi*
loLucha publishes a statement to-day
that it had no intention of attacking the
character of tne Mayor.
Ib th panP*n\ that the matter will
►#• arrb l nn> further, but the friend*
of both sav that th#* denial Is only a ru.-e
to put the police off the scent.
no NOT WANT *l YltllETTl.
flpponentM Y\ 111 l*k Him to Retire In
I n*tir of n 4 übnii.
IlavatiH. Nov. 25 At a meeting held In
Havana to-day by the opponents of Mgr.
Bbarretti. Bishop of Havana, Gen. Gom# s
presented s resolution thoi all the munic
ipalities should send the Bishop telegrams
informing him that hi* was hot wanted
by th#* rubana an#l asking him to retire
in favor of a Cuban # •< !# .-la-tic. All the
sp#* ikers accused Mgr BbarretU of I>etng
too much of an American In his i*ont of
%t* w and of favoring unnexiitlon to the
BEN AT4IH H% Y IS* ( OMMTION.
He Stood (Be tlprralloa Ipn Hl
Foot \ er > \Y ell.
S’ Paul. Minn.. Nov. 25.—According to
r jorts from S# t tor l> vls' horn** to
nlght, the patient pa*se#l a fairly comfort
able day. His Injured foot wns dressed
to-*lay. and h#* bore the operation very
w# li His delirium wns a trifle less acute
ir and h# wax a>b lo secure som* sleep
Tne wound :n hb- foot apjwnrs to heal
aig nicely. The kidney trouble, however,
docs not yiebl to treatment.
• pavla* False YY eaker.
St Paul. Minn., Nov. 21—Dr. Stoat'*
“Senator Davis condition is not mate
rially changed. Hia pulse, temperature
and respiration are about the same as last
1 cport, except that tha puioe la weaker. *
SAVANNAH. C.A., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2b. I‘JOO.
THEY HAVE AGREED
THE MINUTER* IN PEKIN If %VE
4 O MI . TO TEH IH.
PEADY TO TALK TO CHINA.
note Ml NT HR APPROVED FIR AT
111 THE I'UU EH*.
The Term* Nre Said 4* He similar
to Those **eti Oat In tlr Fyeaeh
Note—-They li*i*l on l*aslsliwest
of the 4.0111>. Indemalty l 4.**% ern
•nent* and Individual*. *trn Le
itatin i.unrd*. mid Oecupattua of
Pekin. Saturday. Nov. 21 The diplo
mat** txdy held a final meeting this morn
ing inl agreed upon the terms of tlt#
preliminary treat>. Nothing now remains
except to e# u*e the approval of the r#*-
•pective goverr.mftits before l Jlnlte ne
gotiations with the Chinese peace 00m
misHoiiem are begun.
The precis** term* of the settlement have
not yet been made pubit * here, but it is
believed outside the diploma i cori'i
that the main |#oints are in substantia,
agreement with those contained in the
r renon note to the powers, namely. |Nin
bhmrnt for the guilty. Indemnity to gov
ernments and individuals, retention of
strong legation guards, and the ocrutation
of ceriain places tetween Pekin sn#l Taku
A party of American cavalry wrent to
day to dis|erse a hand of bandits in a
village sixteen miles from IVkln The
village was foun#l strongly fortified, but
the Americans att<k*d and #ttur#sl It.
killing seven Chinese
A se.yet e#]|ct from Sian Fu to the pro
vincial viceroys and governors orders
them to cease the manuf icture of modern
arms and to revert to the old type of
weapons, because modern arms "have
proved utterly usclens against the foreign
GERMANY Ml *T GIVE IN.
I title fur Iter lo !>• If other Power*
i,oolion. Nov 2' Mild satisfaction h
expresaed in th** iasaksi i*|ers this m**rv-
Ing at the news that the diploma’s in
Pek.n have arrived at a preliminary un
derstanding. hut no great confidence arena
to be felt that any real step has been
made |n the endless negotiations.
It Is reeognixed that there is Httio 'or
Germany to do but to concede, wherever
the l ofted State* and Ruasia agree. The
"It la hardly possible for *irrmany to
hoid out. deeply offended os she pt, If the
I nlted Htates. Russia. France and Japan
arc disposed to moderation Our Berlin
correspondent believes that Germany is
ptefar# I to waive the d# ath penalty.
"5 h* for* ign envoys have agr#*i-#l to de
mond.” says a s|)ecial #il*-t*.i h from Pe
kin. “on exf#*nslon of the l*gati,.Mi tr#*i
so as to embto#'e everything from the
Ha Tti Men gate to the Tsion Mon g its
between walia >f the imi#**rUl and Tartar
citle*. h strip of land n mil#* i#ng an#l a
third of a mi> wide M. DeOlers, Rus
sian minister, has iedined t# yiebl on the
Indemnity question and some kind of a
verbal compromise has been arringel ’*
The Morning Post publishes the follow
ing from its Pekin correspondent, date.)
"\\ ing Wen ('hao." now* s cabinet min
ister, hs written to Sir Iktiiert Hart fr m
Sian Fu that Emperor Kw mg 11.-11 won #1
le glad to return to IVkln. but that His
Majesty woubl ’lose hi face’ If foreign
tro##i*s w*re there. ’•
Tin* Tien Tsln corr#*s jam dent of the
Standard asserts that ’’the Russian volte
face date* from the Osar's illn* -a "
Shanghai semis ai#4h*r batch of reiwirt-*
from Chinese sour.es. Among these 1*
a rumor that th#* alii** have reached Wei
Hui Fu. 3U mil* a*t of Sian Fu. and
are proceeding wsatwrard. Another I*
• hat the T.lO Tal of Chu Chau Fu, in
the province of Che Klang. has been dis
missed an#l sixteen ringleaders of mis
sionary murders have been captured. A
third says thi4 a Chinese official has ar
rived at the cacrit'il of the province of
Hu Nan with orders to organize a militia
force of 5>.0n0 Boxers.
The Shanghai rorr#*spordent of th#* Dally
Express wire* tlwit the Russian* r* as
suring the Chinese that the Amur mes
. t# # ant to Mm Rim#
- * . ?**• • : . u.! • *;;•! j* hi h r
orler* of Count von Waldenee.
HI vvll YV % NT* Till) It %ILY% AY.
Ileterinined to Hold It I will Her
Troop* Are YA Ithdrasvn.
London. Nov. 26.—Dr. Morrison wiring
to the Times from Pekin Saturday con
tlrms the report of Rusala’i decision to
retain thg railway until her troop* are
withdrawn from the province of Chi LI.
I “This change." h# says. "Is coincident
: with the arrival of Prince Ckhtomsky.
whose mission avowedly concerns the
railway. The Chinese believe Russia’s
;.Mirsnce that she Is retaining the line
in their Interest.
"The German expedition to Kalgnn I*
encountering no opp#*llll*l. Th# other
exp’dMlona which Count von Wnldersee
h?x dispatched to haras* the n# Ighbor
b*od of Pekin are mainly e*p#*dilons in
s# rch of loo*. They are in# *#rr#*# fly de
i **rlt>ed ly th# Germans ns important mll-
I it ary oiemtlons.**
TIHKEY %*. GRMMINV.
Emperor nnil 4nlirn About to *|nnr.
rel Over an lalanil.
Constantinople. Nov. SB—A difficulty hat
arisen between Germany and Turkey Th#*
• ittonsan go\# rnment obj#* ts to o*riru f
using Far Ban Island. In the Red *e.
as a coaling station, and wishes to #**t.v
lislt there n Turkish depi>t acc# stibl t>
all the Pow*e, Germany, howev# r. I
- that she wl.l not ab*n:on tha Mini
VrnnnrlH Hup Mansers.
Carcacas. Venezuela. Nov. 25 —The Ven
ezuelan government ha* received from
Germany 10,OU© Mauser r.flc* and 3,000,001
SEVERE BATTLE ON PANAY.
Americana l.o#*t Three Killed. In
clndlnn n l.lrnininnl-'They
Killed Itg| of th* ln*nra&enla.
Manila. Nov. ;M.—Particulars have Just
been re# #*lved from Iloilo of the battle of
4b*t. ># at lUguaon, l. .>r#i of }’at>av when
2*W l*4##men atil rifleman attacked the
Americans, who Kiel three killed I>e4t
11 M Koontz, Rergt. Kitchen an<l Corpl.
Burn*, all of Company F, Forty-fourth
Corp: Burns w bni##rd while recon
neutering. ;•! Ueut Ktsonts and Sergt
Klfvhen were p#ercel hv spears while go
ing to relieve an out*>st
When the garrison in ford* attack**#! the
rebel*, forty-nlna of the latter were kill
None *sf the other partle* of attacking
native# rn .de much of i stand and the
Insurgents lot KB killed nil tokl.
FOt R N ATI AE* IU 111 HANGED.
Filipino* YA ho litre f'ntirlrteil of
Arson and Harder.
Manila Nov 24 Four natives will he
hanged at Imgupsn, Luzon, next Thurs
day. They arc under convLiton for ar
•*ti and murder, the victims of th,* lat
ter crime including two American pris
oner* The milttarx courts are now re
turning numerous death sentences upon
AV IIFFFFH AND IIOHXON.
They Npoke to on Aadlence of :t.t*M>
in t Mriii-ul#- Hall.
New York, Nov % Gen Joaeph Wheel
er s|x>ke on the subject #f "Our Country.
Us Progress and its Triumphs," and
U#*ut Rtchmon*! P liotison on "An A|#
I re lation of the Life an.l B#*rvlos of Ai
tidral Philip,'’ to 3.000 people in Carn#sgle
‘ None of tha people's triumphs." said
! Gen. \A heeler, * would be of any valua un
-1 less coupi# I w,th the Christian religion.
| The progress of our country 1* due tnor#*
to the Christian reagion and It* ira’Sice
titan all else fnNne.l Yrni have heard
a great deal about abolishing the canteen,
but the (M-ople seeking this promlsint to
tut nothing In Its place anl have been
rcnfriaited by the uigament that the can
teen was better than the -aUxiti. to which
th* men would otherwise go. Hut the
problem has been attempted in a different
way h#*re in New Y'ork. You are doing
away with the canteen by setting up the
Y M. C. A."
The latter part of hia address was on
th#* desirability of retaining the Philip
Lieut Hohaon’s address was a review
of the life of Admiral Philip a* ail ofllcar
and a Christian. Gen O. O. Howard pre
KILLED Y CM Nfi %lILLI4>N AIHP?.
A Newr*|*|er Man *(nl*bed Him fa
Death In Mlnnrapolls.
Mlnn#-t*Jis Minn . Nov. 2f -Frank H.
Hamilton, a Minneapolis n#*w-pipr man,
is a prisoner. ch*rg##d with stabbing t.
death Leonar#l Day. a young millionaire
society man of the City, at the West llo
Th#* tragedy took place in th#* billiard
room of the West Hotel nt 2 o'clock In
the m rnlng. after a quarrel. pirtirlpit#-d
In by Hamilton. Day an#l a number f
other proniintru men. All had been drink-
Inz. it was mid. to a considerable extent
The men who had taken part in th# if
fray at once left th#* place, lwit were !atr
fun#l by th#* police who took charge of
the case. Ther#* was a long cut f*n the
top of th#* #liM*l in.n’s bead, hi* face and
wrist wen* badly bruised, and knife
thrust on the left side of th#* MCk bd I
severed the sub-davlan artery.
C#iner Nelson, at the re#picst *f frlen#l
of the prisoner and of the dead man helJ
m inquest this ait#-moon. when hI! wit
nesses of th#* tragedy testified. Non#* saw
the fata! blow stris k. but 1111 agreed iha:
Hamilton w s th#* only man with whom
Day Itad been fighting.
YAOAIYN STAHYIAh 4>N STREET.
11,,,| Done to Nr tv York From Omimlki
Ifi Search Of Her Husband.
N#*w Y'ork. Nov 25 A policeman found
II starving woman with her JR-months
starving girl baby on Broadway tins sft
ernoon. the clothing of both being nat
ural**#! with the rag and the woman wan
dering aimlessly about In a half-dated
condition ahe Claudia Atopies of Oma
ha, In search of her husband, who ahs
says, has deserte#! her. Her father is a
ranch owner out sale Omaha.
Tne woman is 35 years old, and was clad
In ragg**#S clothing Her baby was mu# 1
letter clot hoi The woman's nnnd Wgs
a.most wandering from the lack of nour
ishm*nt. Bh** wae taken to m police eta
tlon. and wn*n It was found she hil been
, 11 K>tJt four #l.iys without food, a nuitabl'*
rn' 1 was provkted The mother and
J baby were sent to Bellevue Hospital.
The woman tokl a story of having been
• leserted by her husband and of leaving
two children in <mha. while she
| East in search of him. taking the young
j est child with her. Her money di#l not
1 last when she got to New York, and she
| finally went Into the nails of buildings to
EXPLOSION KILLED THREE.
Holler Kiev* I on a Lighter at Mall
Sa<lit Kte. M*rle. Mich.. Nov. S.—While
| IlichU'iinic ore from the utromer Kllwood
: In Mud lke 10-*ln y the forward t-ill. r
on the lighter Htewart explode.l, klllinc
two men. fatally Injurlnir one. and ever-
I y Injuring .even othera.
The dealt ar. Ixmji* farpenter of Kan
hln, William MeKlnale of Detour. Jaek
lleridereon, Hoo. kull badly fractured.
I Will die.
Herlourly lti)ur'<l John Warner of 800.
i badly -oaldoi. may recover. Thomaa Mel
j v||. I>eiour. William McOraaor. John
1 I’alrtie. f'ai>t. R.iwlin-* of- 00. all badlv
Injured, hut It I* thouht they may re
A man named Milder of Koo, I. ml.-
rlii* and Is thought to have been blown
ir.to the water ard drowned
The Vote In Wlaennaln.
Mad!non. Wla . Nov. JS —The oftl-UI
canvaaa of the vote of the atate of W!-
I roneln tn the election, ehow*: ror Free.
I I lent, McKinley. MJ.2B. Bryan. IS.I
1 Woolley. lno. 7.t4. Maloney, HI.
IN SOUTH AMERICA
ADOPTION OF ARBITRATION lIU
AY IHT A ( llis|S.
WAS DECIDED ON AT MADRID.
CHILI ALONE MADE A PROTEST
At. A INST THE At TION.
Ilrrialon Provides llmf* i.iimnni#*#*
shall IL* tiitrn fur l-’nlltm luu Out
4 lie* 4 tinslttsltin* >f A rbtl ri%4 Imi
Trili 111111 Is—^Ths Truublr ll*t %%#•#*
A 'hill said l*rrii—llrsall and Aru*n
iliim E# nr Increase of 4 bill’s lllll
Washingion, Nov. 2i Dispatches from
Madrid r#*#*lvcd in ut! -lul dlp.omoti
quarters h#xrc make (h# fTr*# acnoutt c
m# nt that in th# #l#*bat*4* ii • * iaxtlfi-
Amerlcan Congreas. wh#>-# sc ftuis ha vs
Just b#*cn iV>iK*lu#l(‘i!, the i*rtn# iple *f #om*
pulsnry arbitrudm uit- l '.<> the )‘ruvian
d#-k#-gatc has been spprov#l i\ an s.most
unAntmouH v#m<*. Chill alone ho. ling out
mid protesting t th#* a iim tnk#*n
The decision n*#t only favors compulsory
Arbitration In disputes b* t ween (he Ameri
can rc pub !!-** but also provtd# s that
guftiunitcK shall l># given for tin* faithful
performati# #• f tlu **on# lusUwx t*a hr#l
b> th## AtbhratUm tribunal.
Aside from (he ituni# •li.it#* qinstlon in
vn,v#*#l tli* d#i#on *>f tl#- t’ongrrss is
regarded In B<#itii Ajn#*r . an quarters as
sigidfb'ttfit #f the <iltgnm*nt td the Sainth.
ern repuid. s <m tin li . i*.ising hff#*r# i • **
which have urts#*u **f late, aii#t which ai
threatening to bring nliout a pen#*t.il
crisis in Bouth Ann t,# an countri* r •
ef.l events have o*< urred re#*ently iiuli
•at ing a wklespreoul nmvctncni. I* ru ha.#
been miking <l# h|x rate efforts t#> regain
her provinces of Tacna an#l Ari i. which
arc a sort of border hostage held for 4he
last ten yearn by Chill Bolivia if* In
volved in the same controversy as sh##
ha** lost tier y acoas! to Chill, and is now
n*‘# king to e.iv# a part of it.
Tin* latt#*r iuestJon was brought 4o a
direct Isnue r#- • ntly by the pr-cntatlon
of a demand from Chill, generally con
strued as an ultimatum, requiring Bo
livia publicly to acknowledge by treaty
the sovereignty of Chill over the seacoazt
In question. J
About a month ago Chill adopted the
compulsory military system unW whin
every male citizen on reaching th** ag#
of 13 yearn must serve ms a soldier. Thi*
has caused wl4espr<Pol con* cm in Bnu:n
America, and has lad other #ountri*s to
take steps towards similar military equip
n#*n* I*>iia#V>r has ib luol Its purpnn,.
of #iopting a system like that of Chill,
and Peru, which now has only t.o(*# sol
diers. baa taken steps to have * general
enlistment In its national guar#!.
AAbere 4 ll#*f 4 onceru la < nuaed.
Hut (he chief c*n'-m ha## h# ei axprpa
l In ArgerKlno and Brazil. **# it I## the
feeling In th#e# countries tha’ the |#w
erful armaments of Chill ar#- not riqulred
acainst such enfeeble*! •*!ai,-f# as Peru.
Bolivia. IC#undoi and the nh#*r northern
republics, but will b* ue.| agalnq Chili s
more fX’Werful fieltlils#tai in Hie mhiGi
Argentine an 1 Chill ar#* eparated bv n
long houn#lary line whl< h Is now in #ll*-
|Hte. The b*)iindarv frequently hs**
threarerie#! ar arm#**) conflict. ni each
country ha* boon st< a.flly In its
armament, lan#l and naval. It is e**|-
tnaiel by on# of the prominent observer*
in \Vashlngt#ai that ea *h country bee
spent about tanonnnoo rai armament during
the l.t ff-n years
Brazil has re sntiy been bro ight into
the alignment bv a cordial r#*st ration *f
g#v*el feeling with Argentina For a tlm
they were •pp#'>s#-l over a houn#!nry con
test. hui by th* arbitral on of th#* I nlt
e#l Btates the award was m*d#* 111 fa. or
of Brazil and Argentlnn h heart! y ic
cepted this result, and their pr* tdents
The seveial tnoverrent hove had th-*
general *ff#**'t of etahhshleg a common
tsisla between Bolivia. Peru. Argenl* a
an#! Brazil While there i* n * Migg s
tloti thus far that th# se unite ! r*nub
ile* WtsHd Use# force again -t Chill. >e |t
is aiipreciated that the present rlfwat on
mav l*%#l t# serious ri xult- The t'hli*’an
army is #llr#*cie#| by ai!,- German oil! #-rs,
the cnnimanl#*r being Gen. Korner a
German officer who wa*# placed at th ?
he.i*l of the army about ten year#- ,ig
B*ne forty other foreign ofh#*#rs, <hi#*!*y
German, also occupy h ading places on th #
staff and line. ,
ROUERTN AA A NTs MAV TIIOOPN.
Ilia HuinrM for XO.OOO Eresh Oaes
lls H#*en lle*lin*d.
I guidon. Nov. 26 .—"We under* i and."
says (he Dally Expr#*# this morning,
“i hat Ix>rd Holerti recently requestl
the sov# rnrn# nt to •n 1 38.0D0 regulars to
Houth Africa to reltev #• the name number
still In I lie field, hut Unit hi* requ**t was
decline*! on th s*orc ##f expense."
After c#reiemnliiK he government's re
fusal as ’’ruinous #-#**ai<my,' tn#- Daily
Express goes on to describe lord Kit* n
•fier's "*lrastlc pain of oixerstiun* "
"He will #-*ideavor to !s*late the #vhn
nrMWidoez. ' It says, an*) to move suspected
Boer families Into garrisoned t*wr lie
will clear trorlhlcsome district*, confin
ing *h<* population in laager. If ne ssary,
and will ik* <r d#**troy all f*oi sup
plies, punish trea# her) by d# ath or
IM.rtatloii. r iz*# vl!lg* guilty of tr ;ison
nMe acts anl destroy all farms In me
vicinity of railway or t i##rraph cutting."
KAMI: FKNNION A EEID A A IT.
(•rn. Theodore* 9-*. Ilnmn • #*nf to Jail
for 4ii Months.
Chicago. Nov. 25.—Gen Theodore F
Brown has been s# rf #d bv Jixig* Kohl
saat to serve six months in lh* DuF.ige
county Jail for viol-lion of tJi-* !’*■*!,l.ki
law Tivr (kfcTKlinl wo* ranvk-to.I of
mnklna a fa afti-kivll In r-garrl (o lh.-
ponaton claim of Mr, Kiorrticr 1. 11 i* 11.
<l-n Brown l y* ara old, n nu-m v-r
of the Grand Army of ihe Republic, and
haa an honoraoir war r. onl Ha 1* eaid
to have a family In the hut ha n r
lived wlih them fur several year* Mr-
Hall waa on the pension roll* because of
the services of her husband
To llallil Russian Railroads.
B* Peterbur*' Nov. JS—Private dl
patches received here My that fomp
nte* have been organised at Kleff with
the paritlepatlon of Rrttlah capital to
build railroads from Rnansk and •Hom
lsoft to Kieff anti from Kleff to Zlobin.
ARMS STORED IN TAMPA.
Tract* Ha* llrrn 4all#*tl llftwsrn Ri
ant I nKor I nlti unit I tl#*rt
AAIII Hr Mndr tor t'rirf.
Tsmpa, Fla N*v 2f Ttr symt*athstlc
strlk. whi#*! wnn to havt#
h*r#* to*mc r.w morning, has !>#*ri
A committer frm all ihe labor unions
In th# city m*i Manuel llivera of th*
Rt slstsncUi # mmltir. t# night Tticy
liad submitted *n .im#*udmont to srtlrle
e ight, allowing ths lntcrnati#*n #1 t'nlm
to p#rin unbNis and ReMstancla rcfu**d
t# ogr*-e to ihr am**n<lns nt Rivers #*-
liverikl tiie rcfu-al Impressively sn I
th* inerting %%a.n . .iiiotl# f r •* few# mo
Members of the trades assembly eaid
they will not b* reapuistbl* for the eon
#‘#Hjueite-r*i which would follow Rivera
4i*l sf the lnternaiiouii were not antis
tied ip.s |#e.|4. woukl be w-.llins t‘* re*|en
fhe €p# -tlon. If *ny one thousrht any
g.icxt Miii.tl tamie f It. I#4t he dil not
fhiMv that would l#** of any us#-
It \%u finally agr#-#*#! tiiat each tinl#*n
should Mpisilnt m coinmltte#* of live and
lhooiutely leave the rfitlpe question t*>
them, and absle bv their de tsion. Tin*
tra#l#s n-• iu!:v then rce*i t#> pistpon#*
the gcnersl str.k#* until th#* stY ,s*nimlt
ti*es 'oukl meet
This t# mpor tirllv relieves a very critical
on and I lion f*>r the situation has been
sirlne*| conaiiterablv. and th#'re nre goo#!
r*-ii.-M>ns to brieve th#it there nre larg#
quantitl< 5 of arms and ammunition stor#*#!
h# re in intldpattoi #f serlona xnffi<*t
ns i result >f 'lh* prp## k 'e.| general strike
Tne committees tu*e# t-nirrow imarntng
PEARY IN GOOD CONDITION.
He AA rites to III* AA Hr of His %|*ri
mers In Ills l.nlest Nearrh fr
the Nrth l'le.
New Y'ork. Nv. 25. ll# r!ert L Brldg
man. secretary f the Peary Arctic Club
tu-night gave out extracts from letters
received by Mrs I’eary from her huaban*).
\Jout Pesry. the Arctic exp*#rer
"Fort Conger. 1-ady Franklin Bay,
March 31, tFKt Just lln* * go down
t# a ish.ii#*r by returning natives 1 ar
rived here t inllnlg:it tif the 2kth. 24 duys
fiom Ktah Su aisl ##n half tiays of
this time w#- were hsM In camp by heavy
w ind etorms The d#n tor un*i HefUKHi
each left Etah with unlives before we
rrlv*d here Th#- Journey ivm# a te*Mous
one owing to the st#rtns, hut not an un
comfortable one for me A number of
the <l<gs (Red on the way. but I had on
ample number for the work ahen#l Twen
t> -one musk, oxen were killed tn sight of
the f##rt the day before I arrived, so wr
have an almrwlint supply of fresh meat
’’After resting on#l feeding the dogs a
few days longer I shall go on with Mott
arid the best Eskimos, up th## Niwthegst
Greenland coast. The doctor and the oth
er Eskimos will remain at the fort hunt
ing lam in g*md • ondltlon and the Jour
ney shows in#- that I am mysojf again.
If I do my work this spring I shall come
ha k and hasten down to meet the ship
and turn bock with her I hope to write
again by natives whom I shall set.*l h>k
from *4>fiie point up the Greenland • *jast
Dr Dldtiok wishes to is* remembered."
The **•• on#) extract follows:
"Cape d’Crvtile, Grlnnellnnd. March 12.
ID 1 write ihK not* on the ehan**e of
Hteln and Itr Kahn reaching I’pusauk
hv way of Melville Bay. Tlie fall and
winter passed comfortably at Etah wlth
#ait evn a day’s lndis|mei4ton on my part.
I have busbftnde#! myself #-arefully. My
feet hnv# given me very little trouble
un#l now I fe#| that I am myself again.
I am now at the Windward's winter
quarters w#th the rear division. Mott and
the *oc<or are ahcml with two #ther di
visions. all on th# way to Conger All but
i few of th#- native* will rfdiirn at mcc
from here, leaving a few with me. (
r hall push on from Conger without d#*kiy.
lerhaps by way of the Greenland coh#h
I shall strain every nerve, and lod will
ing. sh ill and my work this srHng. in#l
tbut I may rocm hark this summer."
HAD TANGLE IN FOR TO It MO.
Titles Are All tilled I p and Good
Hoads Are Needed.
Washington. Nov 25.—Tle * 'ommlssUm
**r of the Interior for I'orto Hi *o, Whllam
H ElMott. in his annual rq*ort to the
Secretary of the Interior, says much ex
pert m.d|uiaM#>n a- tsell as detective In-
K#*iiulty will I#*- n#*)*d to untangle the
inner of #*rs*s titles, lupllnitlon and U|-
ling of grants hii*l *xncessions arsl un
mthoriz# #1 occupation of piibl|* lareis that
have grown with the centuries of rule
If! the lnt-rest of the favored few The
archives ,f |b<* island are in a disordered
The first grnst crying need of Borto
Itlco. the report says, is go#l roads. At
tin* t!m* of Am#rl n occupofloa. there
was rally one r# ally g.ad road, that from
Ban Juan to IVitioe. M n<l mM>t of the
i -land wns, and practically remans, with
out other means of reaching a market or
communlt atlon between tdwns than over
dilapidated n*l dangerous trails, often
!fftpaiuh|e for ‘lays, as all streams there
rc torrential The pr# ductlvenesa of the
##oll ts so gr#t aml the neceanltlet f*>r ex
istence m> Inexpensive that people can ami
do live and multiply In mountain districts,
hut r*tnaln forever poor and Ignorant
Herman# nt r. al*. It In pre*llcted. will
work out the sadly needed reforms In ei
MeGOVKRN TO MEET JORDAN.
AAIII Eight the Englishman for m
f'nrse of g.i.tMNi.
Chicago. Nov 25 Terry McGovern to
day sign#*#! articles to meet Ben Jorian
of FU)gUnl In a six-round contest at Tat
tersail’s sxn#* tlm* In January or F*bru
ary. The fight. Is to In* for th#* Interna
tional f# therw*lgbt rh.irn|i4onsh!f g# 1 a
purse of 15.000 As Jordan offered to me *t
McGovern f#r m purse of g: :> in
It In believed that the Englishman will
have no ben.fancy In miking the m.itcu
for the Chi' ig#* offer.
McoGvern iurnws to let Jor lon w.Ui
tn at 133 pounds at 3 o'clock the da> of
A f173,(NM1 Eire In l(m*heeler.
Rocliest#*r. N. Y*., Nov. 36. Fire this
afternoon wr#*ck#d the plant of the citi
zens* Light and Bower Com|*any nnd ie
etroyed the Washington flour mills Los*
about 1175.GU0, partly covered by insur
.An AgV4l Merchant Dead.
Chicago. Nov. 35.—George Bcott of tha
dry goods firm of Carson. Pirle, ffcott A
Cos., died to-night of typhoid fever. Mr.
Bcotl was 70 years oi4
DAILY. I* A YEAR.
t CENTS A COPY
WEEKLY 2 TIMEh-A-WEKK.fi A TEAIX
THE NATIONAL BANKS
ANNt AI. llEl'iMt T OE i o V*!#TR tYLLER
OK Mil: t I IIItEN4 Y .
THEIR CAPITAL $630-299.030.
HIT HK4UI HI i:s nr :t.*7l IIANKJA
AHE 4l \ I IMI: 111 AT.
ll#romm#*NiUtinni Mndr for Addt
ttnul II eafr letioa* I |*n I *nne t
Director* nnl F.ieewtl* *• iftt*erw of
National Itaslie-llirretorx llnre
Itwrawrd Nearly 4ne-thlrd **f To
tal 4 apltal *tnel—Krortftloa* fnr
llr#Mllt#*iiinz I sh Reaeree.
Th#* annual rep>rt of Chari# (1. INiwes.
controller of the currency, for th** year
ended Oct 31. IMO, Has been prepared for
tranamDidon to <\>ngr#*n
Tha r< j#rt #4arts with a. summary of
the reports made during the year b\ the
national lunkx In r#wponse to the all of
the controller, whl h shows the aggreg ita
resources of the 3 671 i>atioiuil hank* r*
|H>rtlng #Hi Wept &, 19110. to l>e |f #Ks 1L-
F X Between the Heptemhar ail of IW
.iim! lo.ii it iu>| dl**'ount* In r
HTU.isw ai 4* The I*snH <vn.l dLoounts o *
ffept 5, 1900. were D,Rb a 7u#.*C.s?, asid In
dlvutu.il b , *|vtt.it# were |i.1ß,2i(,J#.8.
Tlie capital trturk of national banka re
isirtlng on H#pt . wua |CO.239,(Kk>.
In the review of the #q*. iHtlons of na
tional bonks urn ter the currency act of
March 11, I>i. the report shows shat out
of MpptnxitunP-ly one thou- tvd Informal
application* for authority t*> organise na
tion hunks, filed In Hntlrt|*at.on and •
a result of i he law. W 8 have been mad#
formal and havo l>#*en syprcwel by tha
controller between March H urwl Oct. 31,
1901 V From the formal applications
came 34H actual organization.** of banka
between March 14 and Oct. 31. Of thaoa
344 hanks actually organized. 243 ware
b'trvk* ttt leas than 150 > capital, repre
senting a total capitalization of 1t.675.00b.
and 99 were Links which could
have beets orgnlz#d under the old
law with nn Individual capital of RO.OOO
or ov r, r‘preseiitlng a total capttaltia
tl4n of f10.W0.000 The bonds *lepoalfe#l to
secure dr uUlftoti by theoe new Inattlu
linns hetw#*##n Man'h 14 and Oct. 21 wrrW
6V34L3D0, <*r only hlmmM 30 per * ent. of tho
maximum which might have beeti de
The total increase In the circulatYon e
-mired by government bonds of ail na
tional bank* In fh srvtcm since March
14 1900. has been $.12 454.170. The total
oustandlng circulation on Oct. 11,
1900 5331.A13.2M. of which 132-
7H4.204 is secured by lawful money
,in*l I* in procsss of retirement. The to
tal bond-secured circulation on Oct. 11,
I** was DM.1D.t414
On Oct. 31. tfD. thsre were 3.H6 national
txiiiks In np*nflon, with a com Inn ed cap
ital of 1*32.502.3% The #*#mb|ned re
sourcea of th* imtldul tsmks being over
la greater than at any ttm
lt(‘nlrl(*tlnn* I pn l.oana.
The most import ant recommends tune
made by the controller. siml ihai which is
the chief feature the report. Is one for
addlthvial restrictions i|w#n loan* to di
rector* and executive officers of lanki.
Th* ciMitroller stales thas the large per
centage of bank failure*, attributable to
exresalve inau* to #ilr#* -ror* arul
wlik h amounted to €2 failures or 17 tier
• vnt. of the total failures of national
liaiiks, i-#l hint to a careful Investigation
as to ail dtr# tors’ i<n now ouiatan#!-
Ing In the national hanks of thu coun
This Investigation showed that on Juno
29. 190). the date of the -oritro!!er'* call
for a statem*nt of condition from the na
tional Links that of 2M,7*>9 directors of
natt#mii hanks In the c-mniry 19.534 were
directly or indirectly Indebted to nithaial
lainks under their m.inagement.
The aggregat#* sum owed by the*#* 16,-
634 borrowing director* arvl 2.279 officers
and employees who were n#>t director*
was $202,287,441 As the eapMal stock of
the national hanks of the country on Juno
29 was ll follows that the di
r ct aral indirect iiahiltty of directors and
offlcem amounted to 32 56 per cent., or
shout ##ne-! hint the capital. These direct
and Indirect liabilities i>f directors and
officer* to hanks under their management
amounted o 7.75 per cent of the total
loans and discounts of the national aya
The controller then sa>s:
While th# •* tables do not nee*aarU|f
Indicate that national Kinking officer* and
director# as a whole, abuse their privi
lege*. and many of th#**#* directors’ loan *
are among the safest owned by the cndl
tor liunktt, the contioller believes the
table* show clearly the great imissrtanca
*f a properly frame#! law placing addi
tional restrlcUomi and safeguards around
these loans, in which, the experience of
the Linking system teaches. Is Involved
the gr**at# v s 4 danger of the improper and
lax use of hanking funds.
The controller gives herewith n copy of
the hill Introduce.! at the last session of
Congress by Hon Marriott Brosius. . toilr
nmn of the Committes on Banking ami
Currency <H ll I3ott. Eifty-alxth Con
gress. first session), which h• hid bis
careful corisldsrwHon, an*l the passage
of which with some ad.llttona he earnest
ly recommends. This hill hoe been drawn
t*o as to insure a greater degree of saf*ty
in bains lo dlre**t€)rs anl officers with
wh it Is beltev*<l to be >• inlnlmuin of in
convenience to such officers coo silt tilt
with the safety of such transaction*. It
properly recogniz#*# the distinction in the
relations of directors to a hank and thaoa
rustulned by executive officers.
The text ©f thin bill Is printed In tha
report. In substftft* e, 1? provides that no
national bank shall h>|; to Its officers
or employes until the proposition for tha
losn shall have been submitted in writing
to the dtr#*oton* or executive ■*ommlttea
*f the tank and approvad by th#* majority
f them A fine i fYxesl for infractions of
this section. It provides that at any reg
ular meeting the director* of national
Link may nx by rraotiHiw the limit of
rr#**lt which shall be extended to any
director. Within the limit of crsdlt thu*
flxe*l the executive officers, in their ills
cretkMi. may loan to directors without
other fiction by the board. Unless tha
limit of credit has bssp thus fixed an *r
pltea Don for a loan by a director must
L in writing, approved by two other
llrertors. Such a ban may be made by
jin executive officer, but must be brought
to the attention of th board of directors
at Its next meeting for purposes of record.
A penalty is provided for violation of this
ktrengtheatng of Cash Resrrse.
The question of those laws which affect
the right of one national bank to consider
on Fifth I’sged