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IT WOULD MEAN WAR
rALK OP PBUVMOTO A>- ILTIYIA
TIM TO CHINA.
POWERS ARE DIVIDED ON IT.
MAJOR ITY AO AINAT TAX INI.
Wl , ...Itlon to I nine th<- Word -TJli
iiisluai” Krrnnr Munlfee* In *r%-
( . rn l iiunrlrra drrrrtnrr Hy‘s
VllF , 'l'llkins a Harr Modrrntr
1lr „, la llrlns Wall Rrrrlvril.
1 ngUoil Will Probably Milr With
~ ; r*on. Nor 28 It developed 10<3,,
<3,, • the chief pont In the exehn*es
c . . .i t Chin* which have born o!n*
the last few days smoms the
3 ate* to the tilsdctn at deliver -
I, c •> timetum” to China, uslns 'ho
f , port "ultimatum" In the tent ol
1 . I. <1 lo be bended to the Chinese
~ olvlr.g the fs'setbtllty of a re
,, , • l.irslton of wer asulnat China
I t.-mands of the ultimatum be
I . . t . ideal with.
i A-.rs that fomp of the Power* fle
, > . . xnrcs line of the word "ultl
i,, • t , in the demand relative to the
tl, at!, n or other extreme punishment
( . t, of the Prince* and other hlith
( r ...p nelhle for the outran##. nn l
i view of using the moat expressive
t. Itplomacjr *e-m* to have found
l , - h 'lie minister* at Pekin.
W■ i It I" '.viip known nt the reveal
c - cor,‘ld era We and I reerr became
rr.n st Alavtit a week m Jsjsin .took
•t, , "alive In an appeal for mr-deratiOß,
in. t received the favorable con-I'er
ntiot, of the T•tilted State*. France, Rus
rli. nd probably Great Britain, although
a ;r vo *!alen>ent At to Gteat Brlta n
rani "t lie made.
A > t the same time Beeretary Hay
-ok ‘" |r to express the view of thl* Rov
er r. nr nt ih.it it was lndvLblo to pro
... I to ih" extent of an ullimitum
, r ilt it I'-nna. lnt that the demand*
, in- ■ ;.<■ tieyond what China rioron
i .:y • laht have the power b comply
Tlv unanimity of sentiment imont the
p.,v site* ground* for the bell f that
t' ■ niand* of the minister* will be
r.l Iby the oml- rlon of an ultima um
. -h it la not yet clear what the i.nil
e of the remaining Powers—Ger
n Austria and Italy—will be.
r.-collation* In thia purtpular were
m-: i on In London through Ambaara
i I.'ate and It I* regarded a# flgnlfl
: that one of the partlo* to the Anglo
in alliance should give Its a.lher- nca
I ■ moderate jioeitlon auvaneed by thu
l I States.
I tlll.ED FOR TUB AGREBMBNT.
(iPKi'r Will Not Alan I ntll President
Has Pn**ed on It.
IV i hlngion, Nov. 28.—The Slate TV-
T t.t his cabled Minister Conger to
i lard the lext of the agreement reaeh
< i Hie foreign mtniaters at l’ekln.
I . idle he will withhold his signature
I’r.-si lent hns liad an opiioriuntiy to
re.sfy himself os lo this important doc
on) to nuke such changes as will
I . In accord with our lariiey.
ub to predict that this particular
s in.nt will not become effective m
I oin shape. It n| ix ars that, upon
! rv .llieeted to the Powers them-
Ui'lr minister* at Pekin have not
' reflected their present view* as
• I isis of the peace negotiations.
1 it mem certainly Is true as to n
V of the Power* Interested and
i e * Is retrarded as warranltng the
! "ii that the agreement must be
f I or nhamlun-d.
< learr.od at the state deportment
l while there negotiations ore drag
f i 'U at I'rkln, some of the Aoipfi.
1 ■‘llls In China are aedilevlng prae
t .id valuable result* by Individual
' They ate addressing themselvtv
I .... .hr.-etly to ilie viceroys of th*
- ' '.lives where American property
H ba r suffeied, to secure ind m
> i 1 it ; .iratlon. and In most case*
i • line very well. It Is sur
r from the iate-t Chinese advices tluxi
l sh consuls are doing likewise and
1 Hleeimg many claims iiiml th- mon
i - Ini tu neil ov r to the m don
* wh.ch sufTi-red If this move
-1 r 'mies. It 1 entirely po.slh e that
I "I Skutoa and lirisit Britain wil’
i U'/sl lo c. n rn them elves with
niton of nrth I dual claims for
i > through the slow moving agen
* si Pekin.
Is THIS GKHMAIVS HF.THKATf
staled Mip l.nys Greatest Ewpbals
on 11 nrrno it I ous Action.
•n Nov. 2? —The semi-official Rer
r I'M. In tl.e course of an evidently
id article replying to the augff-s
--”f more lenient pttnlhm- Is of
' Hit lat* in China made by th •
1 Stale* government pays:
■ *1" ibis have lieen expresoed h-ro
"t" a to w hether It I* idvlsn'le
utioti tieith for the riiikies lers
• nii-fori'lngn movement - an lr
dei islon. It tv |>olr. ed
i 1 eh douhta at.rn t b' tr ceil to
leratlona of humsnlty.’ aa If some
r r> carded such a punl hm nt a
■v re The fact la ro her, l at
* h. i w.rs arc convinced th tme
| .i< r .ie-erve d<ah; lul th uuea
' been mlspsl on i ar.ou- *dt s as
‘ hi ut-h measure thul.i be in
i" from tl.e atandpoiiii of |"J
1 • x|ssll< ncy.
ir as Germany Is concerned, ehe
>cr irw Mivl u |sin the execution of
t'er.sma, but ha* repeatedly de-
I that -.he |a and chief emphasis upon
irmordout action of all he Powers
inishlng tlw guilty. Thl* attitude
• i'on<la wi h the guiding principle of
■ ‘ y’s policy, which seeks, above *H
reserve the harmony of the
I>!*innige Zitung describes the
Icclartt'.lon at "Germany# re
from the demand for th# death pen-
M llta'.p-Woehenhlatt. discussing the
of cruep y on the part of Germans
' dns. says:
r > usage* of civilised warfare are
"iwsy* applicable with the half dv
*“ s- A commander must deviate frusn
th# law of nation# where observance of
It Is rendered imposstbla through the be
havior of the enemy or hi* own situation.
In a crtak-al situation, where ears for
prisoner* would endanger self-preserva
tion. pr.sonee# mu*i either not be taken
or muss be got rtrt of "
"The German army." the paper ad’s
"should not he accused of cruelty wt h
out consul* tins the ta-rts in the light of
The papers this evening re*ume their
crlhk'ism of the course of the United
Stao-s govriimn bired upon the latest
now* from Washington The Berliner
Neueate Nachri hten saya:
"The United Rtatrs, with Ru*ela. Is
Uhlan s chief defender "
The lyvkal Anxng. r aees "ren#w*d
-vKfcnce of the separate iioltcy of tile
REPRESENTATIONS TO POTHT.
t'lilng and Clisus Are Urging the
Government to Act.
Ivondon. Nov. 29 —'"The representations
of Prince Olitnc. 1.l Hun* Chang and
others to the Uiilne-e court that the Pow
er* are dl*ail tied and are threatening
action on the Yang-t*e-Klong to stop sup
idles." says the Pekin com'WjiOr.dent of
the Morning +*ce'. wiring Tuesday, "arc
reported to be having an effect; and It
Is said tliat the court Is likely to ink- ]
measures to m-et the Power*
"An American correspondent re|r>rt*
from Puo Ting Fu t hat 3.(W Germans un
der Octi Kitilcr. and 2.009 French truo'*
under Gen. Bollloud, cDncentratm) there
rrcemly Ptr th* winter, with Hie Inten
tion of making freijuent expeditions north
and south to pjr.bh reputed Boxer vil
“Prince Ukhtnmskl Is In flatty conf r
etV'c with Lt Hung Chang and or.- slait
talL meets Prince Chine
"He r*ynrd* th*- outlook a dork, even tf
the Power* nitree, for he a-tvs. China
may r* Je-t the 'term and then wt I com#
w-ar. reiielllon amt famine Prince Ukh
lom-kf favors allow ug China to govern
herself, the Power* holding the pets un
til she does reform her-elf and *io-'s un
dertake to protect foreigners
"Ru-vla, lie a. <n-. ha no Intention of
annexing MaiK'lturta. a th *ugh she w II
have to have more Cossacks there In cy
der to muliraln a tomlnatlng force. He
is convince) that even if otheta auk*
war on China Russia will not."
GERMANY WILL GIVE IN.
Will Waive Demand for Execution
of t liloese fitttdals.
Irmdon. Nov. P> —Tlte Berlin correeponfl
ent of the Staivhtrvl say* the loam that
Germany has noltfb’d the United States
of her wllUngm-n to waive the desnand
for th* execution of the Chinese offlclals.
l*nclfvlUK t limn.
Berlin, Nov. 3 —The war offlee has re
ceive.! the follow ing from Count von Wal
ilcrsee, datrsl Pekin, Nov. Ti
■ Numerous exr>e lltlons carried out by
the alii and troojis ajitwar to ie gradual y
bringing about the desired piciflratlon of
t! country. Hesnoie Villages friajiiently
equest military protection against Box
Ministers Authorised to aiixn.
Paris. Nov. 3t —A dispatch from Pekin
to th.- Hava* Agency says the mlnl*t*r*
of the following Powers declare they arc
authorised to sign the Joint agreement
to be presented to China. Germany, the
United States. Great Britain. Austria-
Hungary. Belgium and Italy.
Emperor t an Go to Pekin.
Shanghai. Nov. 2* -Advice* from Stan
Fu assert that the Kmpr-** Dowager ho*
conw-nled to the return of Emperor
Kn-ang Su to I*. kin. although she will
remain at Blan Fu.
Tl RKBV W 11.1. Ilt V A CRUISER.
Means She A\ 111 Pay the Indemnity
We Ifns-e Demanded.
Igvndon. Nov. An Imperial trade or
ders the immediate signature of a con
tract for the construction of a fast cruis
er with the Cramps of Philadelphia, says
the Constantinople correspondent of the
"The price agreed upon wli! give a suf
ficient surplus to pay the Amerl an In
demnities Thus the United Slate* gain
un important commercial and diplomatic
TURKEY SEEMS DEFY AST.
Ministers Tnlhinx <>f War WMh the
I nlted Stales.
New York. Nov. .-Cable advice* say
the Vienna Ta*.-Matt publishes a dis
patch from Cons*anttiioplo to the effect
that the Tutk -h council of ministers hate
held a conference to determine whether
or not tin- wending of the United States
battleship Kentucky to Smyrna should bo
legardcd as an act of hostility.
According to the Tageblatfs and! latch
the h*me minister urged the severance of
diplomatic r* latlona with the I nßed
States, and even went so far as to threat
en war uni' * the Kentucky should be
withdrawn from Turkish water*.
The mlnl.-t* r* express th* belief that
| <n,> European l'owcrs would not tiermlt
: the United States to attack Turkey and
j that country, theiefore, would be ale In
taking a defiant attitude.
STUin IIK\ Ml niEI)K K.
lleport ol Trlf'• Mtttuile
*•••!• l Krror.
Vienna. Nov. IT—'The Vienna morning
paper* publish nothin* In corroboration
of the report thnt n council has been held
In Constan Inople for the purpose of ron
tlrlrrlnt! .1 declaration of w.*r r*ilntt the
t'nlteil htntes In view of the presence of
the T'nllcd flin'e-t Itillieshlp Kentucky t
Smyrna On the contrary the report ha
no credence whatever.
A • OVII'HOMI'K WITH TTHKrV.
%I • I'crrttnh lle> Inn kecretnry ll!
\liont the Kentucky.
Washington. Nov. **.—All F.rrouh
Itey. the Turkish minister here, cal ed on
he retary Hay to-<ky relitlve to the tl-lt
of the hi* battleship Kentucky to Turkish
The Kentucky sailed from Naple' In*t
3turd;iy srd arrive! t the nr* rat
Turkish po*t of ‘mv,.* *W
, a few hairs v-'oye the minis*# • vt It
It Is understood that the ne ot.tl n
between Mr Ck’la o , u c a.*
•tantinople anl the tort# fer 'he sefl -
m er' of the mslonay c.a m* at and t. a
question as to Dr N *r!or>’* esequ. u ■
jonwul ai llsroot are pro* era I ■ with
Indications that * compi-omlae will he ar
SAVANNAH. GA., THUKRDAY, NOVEMBER 2fl. 11)00.
YOSEMITE IS LOST
CRUISER WAS WRECKED Iff A TT
PHOO.N OFF GUAM.
FIVE OF HER CREW DROWNED.
REST r OFFICERS AND MEN RES
CUED IIY A COLLIER.
!■ n fontprlf*d Cruiser, \\ •
( nmmUalonpil llurlnai ftar Um
Willi nl Hm* Mnr* Merit
Nntlonnl nt <eiuni lli-r rommiind
rr Ir (iotrrnnr *f thr Ulnml—Thr
* ritm*r nrrlnl l■: lt l Irrn Ofllrfr*
ntul -'iT Mr ii.
Manllrt. Nov 2S Thr United Btalm aui-
IHary rrivlurr YounitUe jßirtr.l hrr cable
off thr hsirlKW of Ban I*ui* d'Apriu. Island
of (iuam. drlltM sixty fnlKt>, •truck a rerf
hwl wai wrecked.
Five of Ihe c r w were drowned. A col
lier rescued th* remainder.
N>W York, Nov JR.—A CAilr d| p.%ti*h
from Mnr.iUt received h<*rc to- 'mv
thr slnkinir of the United mux! lary
vruinvr VifMrniie In a typhoon at Uu&m
Nov. 1&. Fur of the crew wed lo.it.
Washington. Nov i.-The Yoenilte was
first cornm: -ior.rtl April 13. I*9* Bh<* h**
hern stjtU<n ship at the Island of duam
slnor the days of the War. SMe
I 1* a six teen-knot eonvcriei cru s**r of
6.175* tons dU|io'rment and In jrtrov! led
with a mein lftir*ry of tin 3-Inch rpid
fin* and a secondary battery of s.x
6-pound er* and two Colt rifle* She ha
a c>m|lrmervt of el*rhte* n • 111 and
*_*'T7 n**n. Her ineaauremi nitf ie 39- fuel
in loiifth by f>rty-.*<ht frot, extr< m •
hn tlh. Btu* h*(a a mean and ull of iw<n y
fret one Inch.
t Juet before the out 1 rc.ik of thr Span
isb-Ainmcan War thr vt-nel . ur
j cha. < and by tb* Navy I)rp.xrtn)ent. fitted u
i an auxiliary cruliwr. and rcn<ir!ed i ff* •
rlva serxb*- as on. of the iatr*l
fleet. Mo| in iart by
thu MtchiifAn naval
| pold that her nnchorare at <u-xtn wax
1 i.ft tho bartior of Bnn l.uls d'Apra. and
o*tnx to her draft she wax utdlft*6
to lie six mile* <IT xhon*. The harbor H
a pertlctilarty dxnjrerouH one. owlnjc to
i hr rxlnt.'iw e of e r>cky sh<el in th*- mid
>l|r aid a part.ciiiaily crooked chatuirl
AccortMotf to thr naval redxter. the
Yofemie u .%> mamud by ritfhtren officers
j .ind >l7 men. but In her cmpeb'Uy as s*e
! Mon •hip not all of thee war require l,
!ai and ur.doubceUy a pin of them wrr
ashore ng -i**d in dutixx at the nxv.t sta
tion. This probably w u and b irue of h'r
• commxndir, Be.*ton Schroxdxr, wlj j* a )
trovern r of Guam, and who probat ly l*fi
the active t'ominand of the ship t< thr
mnkinir heutenani., Au#tutO M Mayer.
! The other officer* •ccredlted to the ship
• by tlu rrfrb*ter .re IJeirta W. E flafford,
Albert Merit*. li. ft lilerer. Knstutm A
W l*re.-sey, H. L. Oolllns, A. N. Mitchell
aiul V. T Evans. A*sl ant Surxeon F.
M Furlimr. PaymaMer I*. W.
l.n la no. Chaplain L. I*. Hennidds, ur.d
SOME RAILROAD CHANGES.
It,an |rt*aHt>* Da# Out.
luiparlant Y.w InlfrMl# tn li
Into thr Unutlirrn.
Mew v rk. Nov > —Tits Trlhune w.ll lo
morrow |>Gnt tli# follownw;
Humor* list "Thomas I**. Itvan was
about to withdraw th# Milts which a* x
Stockholder of tha and alounl and Itouiioke
and tho Hal'txh and Gaston Railroad
comptuiles h. ha* brousht In opti#ltion to
lhe tulnrd Air Lin* conoolidallon pro
ject. and that hi* atockhoUlluKs were to
le purel.asm) by a syndiculc of which John
I, Hl l. imi dr Sons of HI. iimond. and
Middendorf, Oliver & Cos., of Ha tlmope
ar m inber*. w ere printed yesterday
(Wednesday) afternoon, and lt wa* a hn'O
that at a meoUnc of the marui'itu eom
' mil ten of ths Seaboard Air Line held
earlier in the day term* of purchase of
the lIN-an stock weru dlacuaced. Mr.
Ryan betnir .ntervlewed. said:
"I Morn* and linking uliout the Seaboard
six months ago. amt I don’t want to be
Ureid lent John Skdion William# of ihe
B.nhourd. when seen, won and <>nl> sny:
•'The rumor# übout the S< .iloxird .Mr
are loco: reel "
It wa# also reported that nn Important
‘•onf* fence w.i# I‘elmr In Li between offi
rial# of ih# Seahoard Air Line Company
ai. r pie-entatives of the f*oithern llall
wuy ('omfruny. Al the olflee of th# last
t mimed ci nip my the rumor j# declared to
| be unfounded.
I )e#|ite ftil denials. It I# Itelb-ved in cer
i lain circle* that important new interests
.iwve entered the li#i of Sonlhern Itailw.iy
stockholders and that the I'ennsy canla
llalli'"id will have u rsprewntatlve In ihe
Southern hoard at the next annual meet
ing, Ii is l#n reported that if-. ■> step
• precedent to the entrance of th# Penn
sylvania Intereets Into the management.
' tit# present votlruf trust of th. Southtrn
Railway I# wooti to be dissolved. A proni-
Inent director of the Southern Railway
ssitd, howeter. that he was not aware of
any intention on the port of tile controli-
Ing interests to dU-ilve the votinx tiut.
I/.111 |'\H#i;l> \ GOOD DAY.
Veeordlnß to llnlletln* Me Is Rapid-
Uvadla. Knropean Hus#la. Nov. Th#
I f.illowlnx bulllln was Issued to-day by
ih# rx.vr’s physicians:
"The Emperor pn#.e! n yool d.ty yester
day. lie sept an hour and a half. Al
o'eloek in the ovefiln* hi* temperature wa
puls# fi. He s opt fairly well |%#i
night. This mornli.k Ills Majesty’s t otal -
lion nnd strength are satiMaeiory. His
t. mi" rature at 9 o'clock waa WS t. pubc
l iar Fast Improvlaa.
Ixindon, Nov. .-I'mi>eror Nicholas.
I according to a .U-pateh to the T.m. from
Rt I’ei-r-hur*. I* now eomtidered on th#
I way to a #pely recovery.
GIGA STIC GOLD tlllK TRUST.
II Is Said to Inelailr Itoekefeller.
llha.lr* and Other#.
London. Nov -The Dally Express
his momln* publishes a rumor that a
1; If antic gold mine trust ha# been formed,
ncludinc Meaera. John D. Rockefeller.
Cacti Rhodes. Alfrad Belt and Joseph iieo-
WILL NOT TAKE INITIATIVE.
lint Frnarf Would Join With Amy
Other t oimtry In Mrillsllng In
Hrlmlf of the ImiiAul.
rris, Sov IN —The ronverMiiton whfeh
ex-ITorldrnf Kdk< r had with the French
miidider off >retan affairs. M Delcaaa*.
yesterday was cadiiaO to the former
latter as to lfe probable
attitude of France tn certain ventuattt*
Mr Krutrer did not prea for a d-tlidte
•latetnenf nnd the oonversatUm U. ke*l
i reHseretis M I>elcsse let it te un<ler
etißxl inmt France had not changed har
altitude since he explained the *rovem
inent’* position in the Chamb*r of l>epu
tle* hi*t M irvh. France will not take <h
id iat vo tn lmerventlon in South Africa,
hut will not discourage any other ountry
from so <V)iu: On the couttan*. will
Join in sut'h Initiative If It Is iek*n under
no Ii r< ndltlam uhj ar tu h*r to mtrtt
•* ipd. nee
Mi K i user did not fnrnmlate anv op*
poDlUon and dl i not Intimate w at he
Intended to, hot It la believed he will
tak.- th.* first ..ffi ml d)pi mafic M | at
Th.- II .ue It le not known shs her ha
uill ak fftolhuul to |* 'V >• ni-datl n o
open other and lose clearly defined neao
Mr Kruaer <vday drove to tha -ch oi
of Fine Arts, to lus|cct the placer mdsi
<*f th*- in.atumenit to le *-re**te.l to th**
im-miirv of t’ol. de VlHebo *-MaiuU. ihe
Kwi'.'h officer who died In Mouth Afr ct
for Boat Ha wm r.v*iv ■ and
:y <*., de VH|elol-Mar. uU s brtAhrr A
numler of artistic and literary and
students were present. Mr. Kru*er euio
kU**l Col. tie Yilletxvts-Marouil end h)s
• omrad.w, whoso devotel h*
said, •n. alled the rhlvalr.nw ki.lxhts o'
| the Mbhile Aaes."
Mr Kruic.r then proce#*ded to view the
Pantheon, but was too fiHKue'l to enter
11,- heartily cheered •veiyw.-er*
uUwk the r*td.
• ill Wll.l. NIST RK DKFORTKD.
t'lilnautan Vrolu Jaeksoavtlte I# Re
leased tn lew York.
New Tork. Nov. M -A Chinaman known
as Quart K Gue snd Sam Wah. who wa#
to have been deported to-day, having been
brought here for that purpose from Flor
ida, wui taken before Judge Addlsott
Brown In ttw United Stale# Dtatrlct Court
on s writ of habeas corpus iale this af
ternoon and released from euatody.
Early last weak Ihe Chinaman was ar
raigned before u United Slate* eomsnla
loner of Ja ksonvlll#. Fla . on a charge
of having -'ome Into the United State# *f.
ter the po-sage of tha Chine*.* exclusion
art. Hl# deportation wa# order'd on th#
charge that he was a dtixen of Clitna aivl
The Chinaman who h.*d been In iha
laundry business tn Jacks.'mv.Ue un 'er
the name of S*m Wah. wa# eent her. tu
he put on the f>c*nlc to-dav When th
Chinaman got her# h# oommunicateil with
friend# In Chinatown and It waa decdarol
tlxit the Chinaman wa# Quan K Qua. a
former merchant of this city Judge
Brown held (hat ihe Judgment agilnst tna
Chlr.aman wa* defective aa It failed to
show that the prisoner came lo ihl#
country after Ihe passage of th- Chine.e
exclusion act and further that there *- a
no right lo deport tiim tu Kngjatwl a# ho
was a subject of China.
luskiMi in PHiurmu.
Some New Lane Itelatflaa to lt and
Others for ftarrooms.
Manila. Nov. 28 -The Philippine Com
mission ha# passed a bill rer( tiring hanks
lo occopt depoalt*. whether In Mexi an
or k>esl currency, sn.t to honor che k- In
the currency In which .ho de|to*ll#
against which they are drawn waa ml !e
A liquor license law for Manila La*
—...n (rc;iarr-l. which will ileiiar salot na
on the Kscolia and soma other street*
from obtaining license.*-In the name io
eations after the exioilng lleenae* expna
'rn., rotntnlssiners >nd the provo-t mar
-hal Intend to r<l #t# the ii#o is of 'he
'•onsc-icd condition Itrgely due to tie
pp-sen.-e of •■*> many Mil one. Under 'h
new law the license fee will b* PM gold,
and Ilie term elx mmvths.
Next Saturday tha commtssloei will mail
to Secrelary Root a nport covering Ihe
first three month# work, outlining exlt
Ing coTulitlons. the progress made, the
present status of affair* and the situation
generally and rmtxxlylng suggestion# as
lo the future, lasnlhtr with uue*no*v* on
All Ihe military on duly will be re'levcfl
for to-morrow. Thanksgiving Day. with
the exception of necessary guards on field
M titan U. ftTHAYGH Is DEAD,
l übe City's Clttsea* \*erl They Did
Ant Lynch William*.
I*k* City. Pla.. Nov. Ji.-CHy Mar-hal
W T. Strange, who wa# shot M o lay by
the negro Wlillim*. who w*w afterwaid#
killed while n • !*tlng arrest, died at 2
o'clock thl# afternoon.
The other |>erwr. shot by William*. W
C. Strickland, will recover
The clttxen* of Ink" City have |#*ued
a protest against any charge of “lync i
ing" the desperudo. The proteot In |art
Is as follows:
"The negro wa* rot lyn h'd by a
'mob,' as lias been aivl**!. I'll' wa* kille I
resisting arrest, after having Infi-ie Ia
fatal wound on the city m ,r*"al T e
negro w I* pursued by some of our mo*
laUlotlc, |aw-*bHtng cltlien*. who soul l
have protcrtel him from , n.b law' ha-l
the negro not have ontlnued to shoot at
hi* pursuers till he fell dead."
IA DEHALF or HER FAITII.
Ilnddhlst Aon Irrlves fa ProasnlKtc
San Francbco. Nov. 28 —Sister Sang
hamitia. a Buddhist nun. has arrlv.d
from Honolulu and | rof<o*e# to ii-sk
throughout the country In lahair of her
cho-cii faith. Sh‘ rH> esents trie M .ha
Bodhl Society, which a n- to i romulga e
the true teaching' <*f Bud-ina. Sister
Sanghaniltta wi- formerly the 'otnt e
de Conavarro. wife of the one time mini -
ter from Portugal to the llawa lan
Island* She wa* iiorn In Texas and en
tered the order In New York In 1897
A Te Donor hy Sullivnn.
London. Nov. 28 —Sir George Clement
Martin, the o ranlst of St Paul’s Cathe
dral. has in hr* peemkm the complete
set tv of e Thanks* vlng Te Deum com
posed hy ihe lat< sir Arthur Sullivan *t
the request of t * dean and chapter of
Bt. Paul's, suitable for the termination
of the South African wee and dedicated to
"Quaen, Church and Courwry."
HE IS UNDER BOND
LI KCYIII.L rums 4fCOl NT 411 IT
DENIES THAT HE SPECULATED.
Tllfc: 9HOHTA4.F I* rSTIMITKI) AT
Allot T a>'.),OOU.
The InvestlHM tlon tins Not llcen t *n
clo|et~o|ll.-In I of file *rli.Mirl
9 Mr. I.uheiihlll (.inp nan Ex
cuse Tlmt Ilie Morn-) llnd lleen
1.4401 <u Ibe I x. liMuue In >ni
York-Ills I*si4lnn >t 4 onaidrrr.l
Fernsnltna. Fls . Nov 25.-E. D. I#uk*
enblll, the agent of the system
here, resigned Nov. 3 an l requests*! an
ex.imlnatl.ai of his ac.'ounta.
The rslin4i> peoph*. after a partial ex
amination of the hooks, discovered a large
shortage, which Is estln.-ited to have been
something like Vo.'<_*.
Mr. IgukenbiU naj* arrested and put un
der bond for a |t Umlnary trial on the
UMh On that b> mutual caient of
rouneel, the hearing mm |MNt|SM)ed until
!>se. 17 mihl Mr. IsUkenMll put under Umds
of S3,X*o to appear on that date
The attorn* >s for -Mr. Eukenbtli claim
there hat* been no ahoriag.' Mr. lukeri~
bill ckilma there In absolutely no truth
In ths story th.it he had had dealings In
any way with brokers In N. w York.
blurnuYi IlNku n M*trmrst.
Attorney* Mr Euk.-rddll. M*J. S
CUlr-Abrama ami W. A Hall lasuol ih**
following H ti. no lit benight
• We K not v.m- t. make . d.talleil
statement 4 | this time, but w .11 do so
when It become** oppiirtune. Mr. Euk* n
bill'* |MNHilon Is n.*t ('onsidered at all s.
rlme by cither himself or his nttwneys.
It all resulted from a cursory Inveatigti
*)on Into accounts which he hlm>j>lf r
quested to le had As far as any short
age is concerned Mr. Luk.-nhtll staralw
ready and watting to uny Just de
mand which the H.'ohoard may
againt him and he ns > t*t has no definite
knowledge of any particulars with refer
ence to any shortage in his iucounts "
An official of the He a board made the
statement to-night that there m short
age in Mr 1-stikcnhlU a accounts, but the
Amount had not ye* |,en detcrmliKHl. The
Invest tg itlon has not tie* n con* .uded The
official also stated that Mr. LdilcsnbUl had
given the Sea board as an excuse that the
money had been lost on the St.sk Ex
change In New York.
(lalan He Will He Vlillested.
A ape. lal to the Morning News from
Thou, who are In a position to know
claim that Euk* nhtU will ho honorably
vlmlhwted. as there seem* t<> be a great
deal more behind the whole business,
which the trial will bring out. Having
betm the moat prominent man In town,
one of the leaders In politics In the county
and still, during the trouble, the president
of the Board of Trade and councilman, his
friend* are legion and all hope for an
amicable adjustment of the difficulty. MaJ
Sf Clair Abrams of Jacksonville and Hon
Wilton Hall of Feruunlina are the de
Hl (.HOW IX. I'lll'l L ITIOV.
Record Slade by Weveral States Ktnee
• ll#* l#*Rt # MIRNR.
Waahlnxton, Nov. ‘JS Tt • (KYpulatlon of
an officially annouruet) t*>-lay.
la 5.09D.C14. n xiTMinat 1.7447.518 In IH9m Thl#
la an In;r? of 2&3.<j&h, or 14.3 i4*r cant
WiuMiqrtoii. 618.108. a;aiiiat in
WW. an ir.rn-:iav of 1XK.713, or 48.2 p< r cam
Houth I 4Cf1,67u. nx>iinNi Mux in
Iff** an In create of 72 7*;2. *tr ?J 1 per r#nt
Oklahoma. 3W.245, agninat 4J.834 In im.
an Incrt oh of 3.9, 411. or 644 | r • * ni.
New Mexico, ISA', tin. M*alnt in
IffA). an increase of 41.717. or 27.1 |*r rent.
North I>XkotH. 319.14*;
Iff*), an lncrhfi©s of i:,4T7. or 74.*> per rant.
Id.iho, 141,772 mmt lrißt M. 386 In nsw, un
tncreooa of 77.387. or 91 7 per rent.
'I HI 41. OF THE' 81414 14 TOY.
Torpnlo fl*n la ll* 11 f to llnvr
Pintle II *|m Ir l
Annaftolla, Md . Nov 2h The lorie<lo
boat Morktott. built al Ilie TrIKK Works
at Hirhmor.il. Va . had her Anal *(**! tut
10-4xy over th** Barren ißlaml course The
requirement th.it th*- vc*al rhoul-l travel
over the course, I went >•-six knot' In
lenjtth. at the rate of 2'. knots an hour,
It Hr b*H#*vel irh maintained, hut. unfor
tunately, the *pe~<l ItuUrator wn- no* In
ood worklr.x order ami the exact |*er
formance of th< new war-hip innot la
;tarertalne<l until the ffi<-Uil re|ori of the
trial iKMinl la made publt It la under
stood that the members nt the hoard will
recommend Ihe ar viitamv of the
Itlllf IN TO 4li:i7l' tl 4HER.
Fnrfrlta Foateil nhil Artlelea of
New York. Nov 29- Am
the meet Inf between Gua Iluhl n at.d Pe
ter Maher were cocv luded hers I -dav.
Billy Madden, manager o * H h tn. and
Peter howry, Maher's representative, met
Joe M Uarthy. f r th Penn
Art Athletic Club of Phil *d p u and
without any ump*> arv and lay ffi ei
their ilgnxttirxa to the artl • ffere-i b,
Mr. M earthy ml po* *,i forfeit t
clinch the. 7*h c-nteat wl 1 le
limited to six rounds and will takv place
on Dec. 17.
K<jA\ HOT 14 El %VI 4TEH.
II n r Made An Formal 4pp 11 nll on fi
4*et Itark in the 4rany.
Waehlmrton, Na <fh lela of the
War Department d* ny positively that
suafM naton from th* army, has been re
instated. It la furth* r aakl that Gen.
Eftan ho* filed no form >1 applh-atlon to
have hi* semen* *- **• • I H Ir un I r
stood that Gen. K r m Kht b relrwtaseri
st any time upon condition that he would
aecept Immediate retirement, htit h* has
shown no d4*p’'~tH*j to accada to such
an wrrannenu m
Judarment Ammlori 'lHiln ompawy.
Ntw York Nov. 28Judfmant for HMI
was entered to-d-ij airalnst the Lo .don-
Vifyinla. Minin#: Com any. a Virginia
corpora*lon. it* favi>r of Jamew R. Moore,
on s!a4y bonds of the ori ar.ition sec ured
by a deed of trtiat u;. n kn*l# of tha
company iu ovufltf, Vir
AFRICAN WAR IS NOT OVER.
I.ord ltherf* llnm Asked for M.4MHI
Fresli Troops— Fig hting 4.oe* on
at I'nlnta H Itle Apart.
Lxmdon Nov. 2X - While the reports of
the .'oudltlon of the <*|e Colony are re
garded as somewhat unnecewsarfly alarm
it there Is little dtspoeltlon to tMke a too
negate view of the general sttuadon.
Tle oonsUnt dispat.il to Houth Africa
to relnforc* draft# and the dally fights
at pomta wide ajwrt show that the war
Is not over and. while the aaatemrut
that Isortl Robsrtt Itan demanded SD.tWO
fresh troop? is lncorr:ct. It lea that
he ha# asked for !,•) men to replace the
laittnllons w in#*.* wantage inca|*icltaiea
them from duty *< the front
Those reliefs will U* dmiatt.'hed. but
tbey will ser|tu-|y atteimite the (garri
son* of the 1 'nlted Klngdm). Insomuch as
laud f I abort# Insists th# trisqai shnll bo
pkked men nnd have s-#oned ufficora.
III! 111 s|| M ,1.1 Mill MI N.
Olhrrwlar the fsplurr of Ho W#t I#
( •*tißl.tr red llopeleß*
Fdonburg, Orange River Colony, Rat
urdv, Nov. 24 IV iu*er# are most ac
tive between the railroad and Itamtoland.
moh 11 of lsiidy brand. Thubanchu and
(Jen 1 >eWof and ex-I‘resident Hteyn ar#
near Ih*WctJkiwp- It Is behoved they are
preparnlng for a daacom on Cap© Colony
for re'rulta ami nuppSiea.
Asa noitnier move, two biVttaltona of th#
Guards. Grstisdlen and Finn Cold
streams, indd all the fonts of the Orunge
river from Allwal North to the Orange
river station But, siikill parties of
mounted are abb* to cross the rive?
The British Imve great neel of more
mounted iph.|,m tnberwl?*© tie capture
of fn-W et 1# hopeless
WANT) FRA MYD TO ACT.
Coanrll of tlie Mein# \1 ante Her tu
Tnkr the First Atep.
Paris. Nov. SY—Tha general council of
the H.lne today unanimously adopted a
resolution that the French government
should take the Initiative In the endeavor
to bring ntwnit tin arbitration of the is
sues bet w. in Great Britain and the Itoer#
M! MITE 14 114144 % 14IS AT HOME.
Me Did Not 44 not to #er lletnnnafra
tloaiß Of er Krnirr.
Ix>nd*m Nov. 2*.— There ia some o*m
ment here on the arrival In ljovdon of
Hlr Henry Howard, tha Britlph Minister
at Tha Hague It 1* officially explained
that Sir lle-nry ia taking a holiday, tm ftt
Is admirtibi that his presence in this city
in not aitogather un<'onn©cted with the
approaching arrival of Mr. Kn#ger at tin*
mpltal of Holland and the f<romted
dernoitstratiun which, naturally, wou-d h**
very ernbarraßaluM to 4h* ftrlilah repre
n4itatlve were lie at tha Initen capital.
WRECKED WITH DYNAMITE-
Itltera lllaßfed Itpcn a flank Safe af
Etude**, 111., and 4fade Away
44 lilt ai.IMM# In (Mh.
Rmden, 111., Noa'. 28—Four masked men
wrei ke<l the Farmerw Bank of Enulavi
early to-day. It ia Mated they Manured
all the funda of the bank, between 83. JO)
an* I $4,000.
When the robbers dlwhar#r**d their first
blasts of Iynamite in an efF ri tn o, *
the vaults the explosion arouwl olllxett,
John AID* rta four Mo k away. Alh r m
hurriM to ihe latnk. One of the too'.wtw
wa >n Kuard In the itrwt lie Hvltel
Alberts, who was bound hand and fcw*,
aivl drags'd Into the Dank where he wit
n*'< 1 the K<*n drilllupc irtto the vault
door. m.ikltiK ready a Hei'isal blast. Wh< ii
the f .mo waa llffhte<l tha robbors strp **.l
outside ami Alberts my in the corner,
when lt w*nt off. Ha was not variously
'Hie eeeond blast unhinged the vault
doors, am) th** robbers rrsila off withal
the (ssh. Bsrurtnv a hand-oar they pull
ed In th* direction of I*lvan Thore
they wr** met by Night patrolman K*n
for.i who attenvti**! to arie* them. On *
of the robbers ftre*l and Aandfonl fell,
mormlly wotiiuhd through tha body.
Outside of town the men U<aid**l a fiae
sanger train on the Uhlcago and Alton
All tra* Rof them were lost The engi
neer of the paseenger train claims that
he mw a man Jump from the Aral ear
near Mlnler. while the train was moving
at a high rate, but n search of the kal
, tty fail.d to show any trace* of the man.
The iiank building was almoo a com
i pleta wra k and the vault was entirely
THE HOF. It MO EF4.lt N HK4IOI.
Morins •‘ptrliß In TolMero Trim
Re%er 4 assrellmi 441 th It.
Louiavll>. Nov ts —C'hangea In Ixnds
v!ll<\ f great Interest In connection With
the American and Continental Tobacco
■ Companies w.ll, it is announced, go into
i effect Dec. 1.
John 1 *oer*oefer, a wtlely known to
i dcfli ii iii and *4)O f the ni *v‘.ng
n the ap-cui ed Tola co Trust has re
ignrd is a * wn rr ol tha !*<.d Of lira *-
tor* * f t!*• American < snpany, unl al o
a- geits’a! mat ’gar of tha comiumy's
I.axjirvll e eetahl shxnant.
L .idl D arho*fT lisr ra*lgned as direc
tor </f the <' nln*n:al Company urwl as
gn* ral mnn .ger f the rel arnll ng plant
In this lty. Mat cum Doerhoefar. brother
of John and Maall D- erhoef r, has ten
der and his raslgr.a | n hi gneal mmager
of the p.ug factory h^r.
J-.iin Doerhoefar refu-ea to say whether
he nd Ivt* 1 hr t *ers have *o!d their t -
D.. t rk <r whether thay will e gag*
In >iH'* ** Hidep id r.tly of the Dig •om
T rase nations will trne before th*
resular w Uy meet'ng of the g * er!
I ,t- of he •w . * bacc'o corn|Mni*s in
N*w York this wsek.
AMKHICAR ( OM)HY IN | 41118.
4Mitißiil fieweral (.nwilr 44 or Among
Paris. Nov. V —Toe annual Thanksgiv
ing dinner of tha A mar. can colony In
park) wo* g*ven (Ms -vening With the
•xception of John K Gow’dy, United
B’atea consul general, all the speaker*
were promlnant Frenchmen, who did not
neglect the opportunity to refer tc tha
cordial relations exiting betwaen France
and the United Rta.t*a. M. Julea Gam
bon mads tha principal addrt
DAtI.Y Dh A YEAH.
•. • I NTft A <*t PV
WF.KKI.I 2 TIM H A WKKK.It A TEAR
MADE BIG PROFITS
I'Htl.Lll‘s roilM.U l\ hiix
GIVIO II• si l FOHTI \II
SOLD OUT AT FIFTY CENTS.
HAD IIOV GUT 2.<kmmhni 111 SIIFLA
AH4H All I lllit I 4 -F| VE.
411 Aorta of 44 ays 4%-re Tried tn
iliiat Him. hut the Mliorts (nM \ o f
Make Dellaerlea wad •In
His Terl l Is #l| Hr Made llu.
.Ired# of Tliousndk- A nrn llnippuit
Hack to 41 Cents—|*Ullllpa Ir Ikiinsi
Ao I’m Ik Ins.
ChKwdo. Nov. 2S Finding thernselv.a
unable to pnlurr enough oontract N'
2 com to fill ml' - in a. I.# io George II
l*hllll;ai for November delivery, ths
ehori- 1 1# dudlng s**v. ral lending ale va
lor firms, it w.\s announced t.vd.iv on ih*
Board of Trade, had ugrcMi t. e.*ti|o
their shoring# a t &• cut#.
The announcement cmie i a great
surprise to tli.ir • traders who t.i l 'tall
ed the l*hfll||sM opiTatlon A* the mo
ment, No\.mb.*r rn w.ih m. l.ing nrtmnd
cO .■cuts, oe cent fioin the hig .*•*t prtiH.
on the ileal A ni#li to #*J| f..Jlowel and
th# maiket male no halt until Just bo
fore the closing bell, w hen it ro 4a-d at
It Is utMlcrslo.Mi that those #landing
short lo Ph!lll|r% xlnco he bg.n gatnering
il offerings of November corn about a
mouth sg. exhausted every' effort to *e-
Him* enough No corn to till their #alea.
The l*Rai Ht.M*k amount>d to a trifle
1 ,*>. oji bushels nn l the new crop of corn
was too soft for delivery
Plans wer* n\*n considered to brlt.g
•a* k a lot of com from the Et%m. blit the-*d
wer* itMDdonrd. and, ns Phtllli*. was up
lold b> •> •* Board .f Truth* Committ**
of nppeu.N in his protest againei a lot of
kiln lrl*s| edrn, the shorts Anally, lata
y©sterda>. agreed o glv* cver the Aght
and settle with I'hllllpß nt me even half
dollar. where, it was appuieitt. th* manip
ulator Wt>u.d have no trouide in hokltiig
the market. Various eatlrnaten were has
anted ns to the protltx of the #qvj4H*xe.
A# Phillip** I* R.*ld to have *•• cumulated
a line of more t bo it 2 (uo.ou) tiushel# aoaind
* <cntw it was admitted that hla i*roAta
must hava reachad into the hundreds of
• houaanda. On this p*ln. PhiiUpa waa,
however, non (unmlttal.
HAS NO SUCH ASPIRATIONS.
Senator Hmamm Tells l ommllttr Ihe
Prealdenc# 4 annot He the
Crowning Am r in* Life.
r|#\e!and, O, Nov. -A cmnmtttaa
rapreamtinv the M a liannn Rapu4iican
Club of (hla city, which raoently iHuwod
raaolutfons Indorsing lion. M. A. ILanna
as a t'u nd.dat* for (b*- praaidancy In 1904.
• wiled unon the Senator today nt Ida
officM- to present Un saina Pr*-wident Gal
lagher of tin* r|ti b, nr led m apokeamsn.
The H|'eak*r referred to Mr Ihuint# na
the Hcrvulew of tha ItepitLdlcwii jarty.
"If Mr YL Klrdey had leeii defaatthd," ha
said. "Senator llamm would Imve lieen
held n HiR iNi)|e Tim victory war a re
markii! le one although lwt ure*X|*et*teg|.
and the credit lay with the nain who Is
entitled to hia roward.**
In re(*ly Henutor llm nu msM:
"I believe in my heart that I have only
.tone my ‘hity to th** country- > my fer>-
ple. I week no |uhl|r office, and 1 aeak
no reward. Although I d*ply appreciate
the fee lines exprr'Meri ly my neighbors
and my frlende it canru-t tn the crowning
a-t of my life o els In the presidential
chair. 1 m growing old and ex|teot to
retire after my fe-nntonal term expires.
Your klndnena and consideration In what
you deem t>* he the pro|e-r count* deeply
touches me, but my t .ireltda> y for the
preftklcncy ia ahßolutely att of tha quea-
Ikm and la no* even io le* thought of."
lilt VA N TH4NK* FIIIEMMI.
4 onteßt Retaeen Democracy and
l*lntferaey Mint (in tin,
Unndn. Neb., Nov. 28 —ln nnewer to a
congratulatory address pr-K iit**l to tha
llryan Home Guards rom** days ago. W.
J. Bryan (his af(#*rn*on rent a letttw to
11. F. Hockey thanking him for tha ex
pressions of esteem, and concluding as fol
"When a political party m*-etf with ra
vers*** the greatest consolation a candi
date ha*, a-fde frm the apf>ro\al of con
science, |r the know.edge that he ptAin#
the conflden*-e of tbo*#- with wnorn ha was
associated, and I thank the Guards for
thl* assurance. The contest between
Democracy and plutocracy will go on, and
tho*” who believe In the decl ina*lon of In
dependenca nnd the do**trim- of equality
le*fore the law must stPI defend human
rights from encrow hmont and greed."
MARSHAL 4.1 4lt 1 M.tJ MIM)K4.
I nlon Meant a a Attempted to Take
Them (iff 4 *•**!.
Tacoma, Wash . Nov 28.—-Tho attempt
of the 8* l rs l td- nof ihe Paciflc to fur
th|> t ike u n n union crew from the ship
1- lorence at Tacoma Hunday night, was
reirtami kaet n g!it on th** Amarl. an ship
Hint ram a|t M yei had sl-rr**d a mixed
Clew at tha same wages Tha union ontl
l>i*i the captain yestciday mat uniens tha
iion-U)d*n mn w* r ran*' .*J they would
be forcibly taken fT Deputy Unlta*!
Staten Marshal Ikivls-on went on guard.
About II o'clock but I'JO sailors and
longrhorrmen arm* and with clubs and mia
illta tti prare.l ari l marched out on ths
narrow wh.rf la puty Mars'| Davison
mat them with drawn revolvers and tha
crowd withdrew. Y e vessel si Had to-day.
ATII 4 Ml.lt OltIM ItED "El/.ED.
Mot C'ontif mil 44 altlcrsee Cnnntrr
iiaiiti**d tlie Order.
Berlin Nov. 28.—A dl pa* h from Pa
kin. dated Nov. 17. Sdya that a Go ma
military offi *la I recant ly ordered tha
seixure of tha st* mer (flying the
CThineae flagl as she had on hoar.) a car
go of telegraph mater a! whch, it wa*
alleged was Intendad for tha * hina-a.
Field Marshal Fount von W ilde •• a. tha
dispatch adds was ro*)flad aid Imm dl
attly rescinded the o der.
sixteen Miner* Killed.
Parts, Nov. 28 —A <1 spateh fr m AMcha,
noar Detail, says a quantity of dvnamlta
at )he bettom cf rnc of the coal rrUnad
there exploded to-d?y from an unknown
cause Sixteen minera are dead and thirty
or forty wound ad.