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_THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898._
TEMPLE, PEMBERTON, CORDES & CO.
Great October BiailkCtS, COmfOllS, &C.
Extensive Assortment. Exceptional Values.
r-iusiLilly favur.ililt- l)ii\ ?HJ4 conditions make ns tho possessors of a stock of Blank
( ?iiiforts. ?\c. every item of which is an exceptional value. We took advantage
; this opportunit\', with the results that we shall place on Kale on to-day values never
, .?..nailed at tin- (?nemii'j; of t*lrfJ season?a fact of .special importance to house
, i< and hotel-keepi'is. Kverj item ottered is an especial bargain in every sense of
i a | \\ i Blankets, r?p?r|.i!',y
| R B J. : ?" and K
v White Wool Clank.ts. tine and
i i .i border?, nndlapntabls
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,, ,, si'i'.i in..
Wool Blanket, good
?s ami ??'ft. all eator b
\\ hit? Wool Blank? ta extra
-, and quality, evtry ?-jiiai
i . .. ?-'. v.'jf?. m, 112.50.
| * ?.air.
,v, D HI \NKI7TS.
'.?es at ?2.50, 13.50,
Exceptional value? ni every prie??? fi,
Il M, 11.75, f2.50. MM, MM, and f5.
l :-i?--* 'tally attractive vril'ies, 11.121-2,
?12.'.. &JS, $2.50. ?nd $3.25.
Extra sizes at 12M and 92 50 pair.
BATH m. l?KKT?.
Immense assortment, new patterns,
all colors, $2.50, 13.60, 14, fil, ?RM?, ?nd
4 \iihia4;k roue?.
Entirely new ideas, prices rango
from ti'..'.*) to $7.
Bztra K??od values, BUB and *9.
Sateen-Covered Comfortr, full ?lie
and welp?ht, 75c., fl, fl.25, fl.50, fl.75,
light a? eiderdown, very warm, and
comfortable, actual size 72x84 Inches,
fl.50, fl.75, f2, and 12 75.
I II.? HIIOW > ( HMKtlRT?.,
?ateen-covered, full size, new pat
terns, f4.49, to. tG and .7.
l li?l Hin?? *. I OMKORTS,
US, fl-, and $15.
WO SOLDIER RIOTS.
il ?HT TO LYNCH A PROVOST
..I IHI?, IT LE\I\GTOX, KY.
.. MAN HAD SHOT A COMRADE.
i . I Ittiith Ma??art,??aett? Placed on
i-.inr?! at Cnmp llnmlltoii? ?aptnlii
lloll.rooiV. ?nd Lieutenant l,i, ntcilon
1 ir.d on.
JUN43TON, KV? t)ctober 11. -There
I lt.Mieiit last night than at
--iii'-?- th-- arrival of the troops
Warn the IM P. M. j>>u:s?i;;
r town a ci,,wd of 3??? at
.w.lfth New York was at the
, t to meet It. They atare armed .. o
toara to try to ?seat aim.
an t-uurd. who shot
i Private Henry Nygren, Cota
, !' , Twelfth N.w York, list -sight,
, :utor at the station wired the
,ct? to the ?livlslon head.,uarters in tho
imp, and WMmjf wind ha k. in?
? .ttnlton la the, scene under
Bolhraah aa^tant?geaaral en
Wiley's starr. Captain Bolbroofi
Uered ail peaceful Midiera to return to
: ?..?ral .-poke up and ?aid:
au who are soara**da>M CantTnln Hoi
rook uske.i iiim to what r?glaient lo- b
. und he answered, "Tht Bik Four."
k told him that was it?,
aj i" no. ih to an ofhesr. The Midler
reply, and Hoit.rook grabhed
un bg th.? mm. The ?oldlcr tor.: away,
Baring Blears In the Captain's
an?!?, an,I drusvln??- a gun, ?hot at H??l
Tne ballet mu??ed ih. rayala,
h.? corporal than climbed under a ia:
. uteiiant l.-iugdon followed him and
bot at twt.'e. The soki'.-r sacaped.
I of the Twetfth Btra York n.?i
i i? id t" !" . rubbed into suBatlsston.
** a, BpeCJBl tjuard uiouii.i
jail DrsTDBB ?ii'ARD.
; Sd town that S m ?b
rasing in t"W'i. 'i h.- aathr* BOtb
.- , Regiment whs sent lo tatrn al
?k A K'iiril ?>f fifty nun B**r.
around the juii, und jailer, nhertff,
? ittea, armed with Winch, tera,
ita?t*tlng tho prisoner. Kitchen is
red, and feais lie will y?t b?
: ?.i,l.r, of the JfiOth, and hit
. r. ets, going throuKh
irnnt, aalooa, and opea bouse
lag srery soldier found,
I well as privates. AU W4 M
I'ai'k, with the i, fiBtenl
, .\.-r flve hund?. .1 ?er.
There i? DOi B soldier in town
provoet guard. Captain
in charge ol lbs prorast gnard,
1 his men BOt tO ; BOOl
-II. d to, but when th.y did to
>.? Kltehea win unquestionably
i tea When ht Bhot
S-aa under orders BOl ?' u to
. | OB load matt, r wi.l I -
- -m*. -
BIOT IT 111 VI'SYILI.E.
glglBUS Make Trouble?tine Man
Rill, il-Klve Men Woniulcd.
?H'N'TS? ll.LE. ALA., o.ioh.-r 11.-The
reatfa Cavalry (eolored) arrived lure from
ik tnls raornlng, and had aot I
i : .. ... tare sosas of us
i me Involved in a, ditliculty
. provost g*aard. One aann sraa
,i Bvt ??ouiii??!, tare fatally.
i ??[.oral McLauKhiin. Company
ly woaoded: P?rrate Janus Olee?
: Troop M. Tenth Cavalr.?; a trooper
Tenth Cavalry, name unknown.
?..!. prlrate Wil.-s, Company
h Infant r\; l'rivatc Larkln. Com
Mxi?. i.tli Infantry; a trooper of
ith Caralry, aaase net known.
after the man left the train one of
,-alrynteo trenl t.? a house Iragitant?
Wl It? ?asta un.! ati.-mpt.d to ?l'-an
. p].,,. h. aras arrest.-.i bj a eorf?
.;. i ii| of fon* men of the provost
was quickly m
.t. snd the MgrO cavalrymen attempt
ia the prisoner. The fir*?t man
ranead toward the guard wa? hait
.? turned to run wa? tiled
me almost general,
latlnnei BSrretal minutes. Corporal
In, Company L. Sixth Infantry.
I th? ?I? tall, was killed at the
Prlrata M. Wile?, Company If,
Infantry, was thot in the ?-nee, and
kin. Company L, Sixteenth In
. | a ball ? th.* lea;. Wllet,s
BpgUted later at the honpltu!.
James Oles ton, Troop M. Tenth
, . tv .1 B bullet in th.- ?pin?',
and win .lie. Two other Tenth cavalry
?rhOM name? are not known, were
,1. one of them fatally.
aftahr woui.i ia?. been attended
' v more Berlou? conse.pieiic.-is had not a
?I platoon from the Tenth Cavalry
t.,I the belligerent negroes with
' B ti ?abre?.
MOKE TROI'BLE FEARED.
Th* white ?oldler? her? entertain n
very bitter feeling agniiiKt th?. negro
-r?. ?nd It 1? f?>ar?'d that trouble will
whenever th?- lw<> raass me?t. The
Tenth **-?? given a camp situated more
than a n lie from any oth.-r n-glmcnt.
NO C014I.4 *I<>*? -?7T.
Spain Aaka That We A??ot?ie ?he
PARIS, October II. 12:? A. M-Aft-T a
fourth Joint ?easlon. lasting from 2 o'clock
yesterday afternoon to a quarter past 4,
th?, American and Spanish peace commta
slonB adjourned without having reached
a tiual conclusion as to any point in tho
otocol. Thus far there has been no
!nt formulation or crystallization of
C-W9 to be returned by each commission
i It? gov. rnnient tor embedding In the
PHILIPP1BBB NOT REACHED.
The Quaatloa of the Philippine? has not
' t been considered In Joint session,
lough the Americans at their separate
IMtOM have acquired exhaustive lnfi.r
iBtlon ftom BOreOna who have lived In
IB Philippine Islands and done b tneoe
Thay are now, therefore, well
piipp' d to discus? the subject when It
Tlie Spanish. It Is believed, have asked
I have the Cuban debt assumed by the.
iilt.-'l States', nrarlng ?hat the debt
liould pass with the sovereignty. The
'id so presented for Anieri? an ussump
in covers the expense of the ten-years'
lOUrroctl in, the rnosnt Insurrection, and
he war with the United States, 88 far as
pain? outlay in the war can be clnssl
ed against CUbn. The Americans proba
ly have replied that if, Indeed, any part |
f UM so-called CUhaa debt Is allowable, ?
in- part Incurred in suppressing irisur
BOttOna or In the war with th?; Uniti
iates is certainly not allowable
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &c
The Spanish will doubtless alpo urgo ?
?inities In stocks, wafer-front better- i
Senta, public buildings, ami prrhaps war
naterlal. It Is possible that this con
entlon will r>- eive consideration on the
.as?s of eiiullles between mortgager and
Thus far no disposition has been dl -
?eloped on either side to delay the ult?
?ate conclusions and the end of the
%-ork in hand. The American commls
llonCIl are anxious to ?-'?ncludo as soon I
is possible, and on recess days are. .1? -
r'otlng from three to five hours to dis- I
imndona and details.
Th.. adjontnmeiit yesterday (Tuesday) I
was to Friday.
"WILL STARTLE THE COIYTRV,"
Story of MnlttantBBOnt of ?Irk Sol
?1i?-r?i lit POVtO Rico.
NEW YORK, October 11.-The United
?Stes transjiort ?ibdam. which sailed
i "in Ponce, Porto Rico, September 28th.
via Santiago, Octob?-r 5th, arriv?'d at
liiarantlno shortly after 4 o'clock this
?Unfug, The transport brought 250 si'k
Hid convalescent soldiers and B8 paSBSB
king to Governor Hastings, of
Pennsylvania, who went down to the ob
ilam to-night, on the steamer Fletcher,
Colonel Gibson said that he had been the
Basons of saving many soldiers from
"G<?vt rnor," he said, after an exchange
of greetings, "I have a -story to tell that
will startle the country." As a result of |
this remark thero was a conference be
tween the Colonel and ejovernor Hastings,
after which the Governor decided to take
..ft tho Pennsylvanlans and have them
s? nt to a hotel to-night.
The Colonel told a reporter: "The peo
ple will have to wait for my report to
ascertain tho exact condition of things
i-i ivrto Rico. Th?-y have been stirring
things up so here that If I opened my
lips I would have to use considerable
cuss-words to back up my statement.
My duty In Cuba was to look after tho
sick and wounded."
"Did you report to the government as
to what the men needed?"
"I fed them. Hut for the Relief Asso
ciation, many of them would have
Ralph Harwlck. of Dubois, Pa., a mem
ber of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, told
a harrowing story of the treatment he
and his comrades had received In Porto
"DLSKRVED BETTER TREATMENT."
"We got there on July l?th," he said,
"and we landed on the transport Mobile.
Many of us had contracted typhold-f?v.r
In the military camps In the South, i'h-j
tropical climate developed the disease,
but notwithstanding our weakened con
dition, the Sixteenth made a goe?d fight
when it encountered the Spaniards. The
regiment was under fire for over an hour,
and ut the close of the engagement six
teen Spaniards had be*en killed und sixty
live wounded. We deserved better treat
ment than we got when Porto Rico had
"The regulars were well looked after.
but the volunteers were starved. When
the nun were, finally 'orced to succumb
to the feva-r, and WON sent to the hos
pitals, they were treated most shame
fully. Although delirious, we were
forced to get out of our cots to watch
some poor brave fellow dying. Some ol
the men went mad under this ?train,
?inly think of It?dellrtoua men nursing
I lar wick's story wa? but a sample ol
the complaints which were recited by tht
men to Governor Hastings, after they lia.
been transferred fr??m the Obdam to th?
Jaltau*? Reply *? ? to Crete.
LONDON. October 12-The Constant!
i ? le correspondent of the Times ?ays
The Sulten's reply to the circular not?
sh>s he will hold three places In Crete
with garrisons sufficient to protect th?
Mohammedans and protect the Turkis!
rtag. Otherwise, measures have beer
taken for the withdrawal of the Turkis!
troops from the Island of Crete.
[HE INDIAN TROUBLE.
HOSTILES SAY THEY ARE WILLING
TO COt NC1L.
CHE SITUATION SEEMS BRIGHTER.
<?> lli-por-l* I inspector linker t?i llu*
Interior Depnrlmeii t?Oilier Re
port? Say Red? Are Still Hover
I"K llelaveen I'rnrc tin?! War,
MINNEAPOLIS, OotoBor ll.~Gener,l
PaoOB to-day wired Oolonol Sturgls, BB?
istant adjutant gsneral, In charge of th?
Department of Dakota, to semi ait the
remaining able bodied soldiers of the
rhlrd Begtanent left at Fort BneHlag.
riiere are only about Z.iO available m?-n,
mil thes? will be BSnl to Walker to-mor
a Journal staff cotreepomlent at Walk?
i-r, Minn., wins:
"Commlsaloner Jones aras welcomed l'y
th?- chiefs, who BOOmed glad h" bul 0OCBO.
He was InfOIIBBd that rumors from th
Bent Inland camp brought word that the
braves would r? letVB any one for a BOB?
ferenee, except soldiers and marshals,
jf BOtdleri ta am they arouM Ight Thei
wanted to go to Sugar I'olnt. where ih.
b.ittb- was fought, for a conference, oa
th..- pr?tent thnt st esraen could not land
at their camp- The aS8S88nfl8f8 ??'unt i
thirty bucks in Ihe camp, and the lat
tee claimed that they had lost but one
killeil and two ?QUBWa ?founded In the
battle. They were ail behind ?me tree,
und one bullet went through th.- tree,
hitting all tin. -."
ill' Journal's COITCOpondcnt SI
Cass Lake wires: "Indian run
ners from th- aouth hnss as
ed here, going north, and from
them Information of a mere seri?os na
ture than anything heard bora heretofore
has bon obtained. The boatllee at Boar
Island have heard that General Bacon
Intend? to attack them Within forty ?ighl
hours, and are busily engaged prep
t?i resist. The Indian? are mill posted
on everything that goes on at Walker and
Bt tha- agency, i hey aro strongly BB?
trenched, and hare s-nt out Insulting
m< aa ige? t" th- whites. The runnel
busily bringing In reinforcemsats from
other branche? of the tube, and the red
asen are waverlag between peace and war.
There have pas-e.l down the waterways
to Loch Lake in the past three day? us
many Indians as there have soldiers com?
on our railroad. It is estlniai.il by the
woodsmen here that at least 600 reds, arho
Will Join the hostiles on the slightest BB?
couraga-ment. aie n?,w within striking
uistaia . ol Loch LbBc dam.
THINKS SITUATION CRITICAL,
"?'hief ?'hlppewa Pine .Estimator Seelye
arho has com? In from Bralaerd, bring?
alarming reports Be **ald:
"Bacon ?riU make another attack in
a day or two. He B determined to get
the Indiana or bodies, if be
li.-It her. the red? will mak-- a break nor'h
for th.- Big Fork country. Be cannot fol
low them, and they will have time to fio
awful damage to the settlers, straggling
Villages, and rsUroad property, as tiny
lice. 1 consider the situation extremely
critical, both here and along the roa?!.
particular at points Where the land and
water routes cross. Some of my estima
tors are starting back to work to-day, but
only wiiere the troop? can protect them.' "
B-OBTOsBB WILL COUNCIL.
WASHINGTON. October IL?The Inte
rior Department received the following
telegram late thl? afternoon:
"Walker. Minn.. October 11.?To the |
retary of the Interior: Runners from the
hostiles came here to the agency last
night and report that the hostiles are
willing to council at Sugar Point. A .dele
gation, ander the direction sf Father
Aloysius, starts f?'r thut point by steamer
this aft? rnoon. Situation looks bright? r.
(Signedi TINKER, Inspector."
TROOPfl IIKl.l) IN RKADINF.SS.
? 111?'AG.?, October IL?Orders have
been ran i\ei! at division headquarters
here from General Racen, in commun l
of the Department of the Lakes and tho
Dakotas, to have the Fourth Infuntry at
Fort ?Sti? rl.l.in. and the Seventeenth In
fantry at Columbus Rarracks, O.. hei.i
In readiness for Immediate service at the
scene of the Indian double in Minnesota.
PA MPI.IN CITY.
Accident to a I ml ? - I > phold-1 e*. ?r?
FAMPL1N CITY, VA.. October 11
(Speclal.)?Mrs Booker Hunt had the
misfortune to have her arm fractured !
a fall while going out of her house after
dark last night.
Mrs. Newton Dillon and her daushter.
Mary, are convalescent from attacks of
fever, and Mr. K.l?!le Giili.un Continu? -
v.-ry III from u protracted attack of th.
There has been a larger number of cus..
of typholal-fever this summer la the
vicinlty of Darlington's Heights, n.-.i ?
which place the above-mentl.ined parti ?
live, than has been known for man;.
years. There were six case? in th. fan ',
of the late George Foster.
Thes. cases were gonerally of mil?!
type and amenable to treatment. Th. -.
have been no deaths among the whit.
Mr. Willie Cunningham had the mis
fortune to lose a barn of fine tobacco ..
few day? ??<?. Fortunately, the logs and
the barn were green, and the roof cov
ered with Iron, and the loss was contint?1
to the tobacco only.
New Emperor for China.
LONDON. October 11?Tha Empress
Dowager of China and the Imperial Clan,
according to a special dispatch fr?m
Shanghai, have adopted as th? new Em
peror a son of the late Emoeror Tung
Chi, who will shortly be proclaimed.
ma QiESTios At?tit nr.i*??i agi
tated BY THE Y. M. B. A.
K. H?RMO?? SEEN YESTERDAY.
c ProntUe? That KoNietbla* Shall
Be Do?* *t Onee?The Matter Has
Remained in Abeyance for Six
V uritr Men'? Buslne?-? Association
still hard al *T*tk with a view to having
oasurcs adopted whereby prisoner? dls
iarg. 1 from the penitentiary will be
turned by the authorities to the place
hence th? y < ..m?-.
A committee of the association waited
>on the tjovernor last April, with this
k1 In view, and wa? referred to Mr. Har
?n, the chairman of the State Penlton
ary Board. At that time Mr. Harmon
ssured the committee that the matter
ould be attended to at once. Nothing
a? been done, however, during the past
x months, and yesterday the committee
?Jtad again upon Mr. Harmon, who pro
lised the members that he wouhl go to
ork at ?nee.
HOW TUB TROt'BLE AROSE.
Th?* troubk about the deportation of
rlson-rs first arose with the man Shaw,
ho shot Sergeant lirooks at the Union
?epot some y?'.irs ago. When he was ?lls
tmrg"d he coniplaine.l bitt-rly against
elrig taken to the station by an ofllcer,
n.1 even after he hud Bean put upon
ie train, he, together with another ex
i.nvi.t, raaaaged la leaee it al eii, .,
ad wsadersd Into the city again. H?
as auhseojuently arfastai as a suspicious
r .nid sent out of town by Justice
This work of deportation was kept ut>
Bring the Ufa Of Major Poe, but has
nee fallen into abeyance.
The problem has been B vexed one for
lany months, and th?? ts-cintslcts bars
een generally re>**egnlstd and foand to
? BOSt undesirable resident"
PtTBDi TO BB PBOVfDBD.
Ti.niy excuse offer??.! f??r allosrtng the
Isa of deportan?,n to fall into dls?i?e lin
een the lack ?,f Beceeaary fund?, but
tat difiicuity. it Is sapeeted, win very
r>nn be dlspos.-d of 1?? th.- (lovrnor,
nd the State Prism Board.
IT WAS A DAFTAIgsT? IT4.HT.
;.iiii??..m Bai In It?laaaa I'naffeeted
1?. -?? ble?'? Slfxnnl?.
NEW YORK. October ll -Although the
IB fleet In the ha'tle off Santiago
n .Tuiv M ob. yed th" sen. irai orders
f Rear-Admiral BtntpaOB, giv?n !n Bd?
anee, ta rnssi just aaeh an ssast*geney,
t was essentially a csptains' flicht. This
s the SUBStsno* of the report of the
i which ha*.- baan ln*/estlotlng
llsputed petals in th.* battis.
Le ir-Admlrn! Samt son ?vas not present,
nd the two orders signalled by ichley?
i '! i In" and "Engage t!i?- enemy"?
lid i? ?/',?'d. and w.-re unn-eessary, for
he Blab, t bad alresely closed in an?! were
ngaglnir th?? enemy when the orders
ver- run up The board finds in a more
-en.tal way th-it BB4**a sblp In the fleet
?new asaety what t.. do thonld Chrvera
ome out, an?l did it wing he actually
amo out. Each ? aptalt? fought his ship
m pbVAt pr- pared and orders given by
Th* Undings of the board are summa
i/ed a?, follows:
1 Th?- battit BTBS fought and won upon
.lans pr?-p;ir?-.l by Heir-Admiral S.mp
2. The direction of the movement of the
'hip.?, done by R.-h!>-y during the battle,
SVa III ??nsid'-ral le.
M7W VoRK "NOT IN IT."
.?. Th?, Bew Voik bad an airttrs part in
4. The Lrooklvn BJgj not engaged g| so
nted by the
?rt. On an aeerage, she was two
mil?s awsy from th,-. enemy.
... The brunt of the lighting WBS borne
by th? Oregon, T? xas, and Iowa.
t The New York was about nine miles
from th<* Colon Whefl 'hat ship
dered, and betaeen four aad ftrs miles
lr??m the nearest sister ship i
(from Wbieh signal fllttanft IS taken).
7 The aver..?/.- range of the ships most
engaged was about s stile ??nd a half,
The N'.-w York, lb* Board tliids, did no
: li 11 ia*: to affe.t the issue of tht battle.
THB Hottest Fl? IHTTNQ.
At the time of the hott. st fighting?be
tsreea B and xx-.i? a. m the Brooklya
iras in lir.e with the Oregon, but three?
quarters ??f a mil?* farther out to ?.?a.
I),.- Oregon al thai time was pouring nr<
into the Maria T?-r? s... Th.- OgBBBaB wa?
Sboal MM yards distant, ?vlth the T.-vi?
and lOWa I tialf mile to the rear of her.
The Bane of the battle, the board 1- lin
ed, wa.s not affected by any s4gnnB that
BCBlsy made from his flagship.
The Oregon d.i-h.-.l out from the very'
beginning of the engagement, and k?ipl
within range of the enemy until the fight
The board was made up of Lieutenant
Commander Bteksrd Wslawrlght, of the
ling officer; LtBtttsnBBl
Samuel Comly, of the India nu; L!??'it'?n..nt
iawls C. Hellner, of the Texas; Lieu
tenant Willi.un H. Schuetze, of the Iowa
Lieutenant Alben C. Hodge son, of ths
Brooklyn; Lieutenant. William Allen, c!
the Or??gon, and Lieutenant Edward W
Papehait. of the Bew York.
Three Heath? at Ponce.
WASHINOToN. <>, ?.,?,, r 11.-General
Brooke, at V*me*, ISlSgrsphsd to-day thai
three deaths had BOCnrrod among th?
American troops OetoUr '.?h and lUth.
The blacksmith shop of ???cur Epps. oi
O street, bolates Twenty-sixth an.
Twenty ass Bath, was destroyed by fir?
about 215 o'clock this morning. Th
alarm and tin? response of the ?i'-par!
Brant were prompt, but tho building an.
to, is \?cre totally destroyed. The los
was very small._____^__?
_, . W. R. Nf.wka?
Staunton, Va. says: "I was afflict
with Contagious Blood Poison, an
Hie best doctors did me no goc*
In fact, I st?emed to get worse s
the while. I took almost every st
called blood remedy, but ther di
not reach the disease. Atthoadvie
of a friend, I then took 6. o. o
and began to improve. I continue
the medicine and it cured me con
rletely, and for ten seara I ha?
never had a sign of the diseasa I
(Swift's Specific) is the only remeti
which can eradicate Contagious Bloc
Poison. It i?*v*r*Jite*?& purely vtattabi
Book on Bell-treatment mailed fr?t*> t
?w?i 8fr?6cifio Ccimnany. Atlanta, ua.
R't only another ?nuy of Asking, is your
OBt gro-wtng ? For greon means grxrojing.
You can MAKE hjtit g*\rw by uitng
(PAIN MIST QMT BY OF.CF.MIIEIt 1.
"nha to n? Fnlly Garrisoned by Onr
Troop? llefaire That Dale.
WASHINOTON, October 11.?I
ions have been sen: to the United State?
?Illltary Commission In Cuba, fixtng De
ember 1st a? the date when Spanish con
rol over the Island must cease. Tha com
nlsslonerg, ac.tlng upon these Instructions,
lave notified the Spaniards that ill port
ind custom? receipt?, and the manage
nent of municipal aiTairs. will pass it to
h?. hands of the Am- ihm military com
mander in the Island on that dab?.
This order was not Intended to nork
-tardshlp to the Spanish troops or gov
tnment. but It wa? thought best to fix a
la-finite time to end Spanish rule, arid to
3? gin operations und^r the Unlt???l Mates,
It la probable that the United States
troop? will go to Cuba before that time.
Il y December 1st it Is CgpoetOd to have
troop? so stationed that there will be no
teed "f Spanish troops to prestrv? order.
The proclamation? that have been testted
By th.; President, defining the manner In
which Cuban territory shall be governed,
will prevail until It becomes app?tent
that new regulation? are needed.
PORTO BICO NEXT TUESDAY.
On October ltth Major-General BrooBa
Bill assume absolute control of the Is
land of Porto Rico. It 1? possible thai
ill the Spanish troops will not have lert
Porto Rico at that time, and If so they
will he quirt.re,1 In btrraeks until they
BBB be taken away. In the language of
Secretary Alger, the United States will
it* the host and the Spaniards I he guests
Bfter October 18th The Baited States
will not ship the remaining troops to
Spain at Its own exp.-nse. That was ro
part of the protocol. The custom-houses,
ihn money received from eustoms, M
the gorernSBSBl of the Island vlll pass
completely from Spanish control on the
?lain sat. TMa present customs regula
tions, under the proclamation of the
I'r? -1.1? nt, will prevail.
Tnn HIMETALLIC CAt'SE.
Col. lira mi Co il tribu le? Thereto nml
Endorses Committee lian.
CHICAGO, October IL?W, H. Harvey,
general manager of tne Hlmetalltc Ways
and M?.ms Committee, No? B8 Unity
building. Chicago. |s In receipt of the fol
lowing letter from Colonel W. J. I'.ryan,
dSt. i Jacksonville. Pia.:
"My I ?ear Sir,?I enclose a pledge for
monthly contributions to the CBUBe Of bi
metallism until October, hB8, together
with the Instalment for this month. I
most cordially endorse the plan adopted
by the commltt??-, ami am confident It
will result In the .???lection of a large
fund for the circulation of bimetallic lite
"Btncs our fight is In the Interest of
'the pliln people.' to use Lincoln's phrase,
or the 'common people.' to borrow a Bible
term, we must appeal to thOBI for the
m-,ms of carrying on the contest
"Th ? financi?re can contrlhute large
sums to support the gold standard, be
? BUS? the monopoly ?if money gives them
?rest pecuniary profit. Surely you can
appeal with confidence to the millions who
miff.-r from B rising dollar and falling
"Having brought freedom to Cuba, the
AmortcoB people can renew the struggle
foi the financial ln?!.'p"n?lence of the
United States. Yours irulv.
OBgaed "W. J. BRYAN.*1
FEVER STEADILY HICRRABINO,
Number of < n?..-?. In Mississippi to
Date, I7?l? I??-atbs, .'III.
Washington. October n The re.
ports to the Marine BOSBltal service to
day show thai yellow-fever In the Booth
is steadily tecreaetng. The officials state
that the iBCrSSM in the feVOT list Is like
ly to be? continu, i until col?l WSBtbSf ?St?
in. and this is thought -?till to 00 at ISBSt
three srosks ofl, In th? region lnfecte?L
Tlia. dispatch??? r. < ? I ?. 1 lure report the
total numb.r of cases In Blsstsstppi to
date to '>* 470. with thirty-six deaths
since the eaMeestc broke out.
Yellow-f? ver was reported to have oc
curred at Lake Charlee, La., la dlspatfth
from Dr. Edmund Shurson, of NOW ? ?r
leans. At Franklin. Li., th?-r - are twen
ty-eight new cases, and BO ?baths.
Following are the Mississippi reports of
new eaaee for to-day! /araren. - whits
tuneo, I negro total, '>: Canton, i. Chirps
.i Springs, t; Ibutlson, I whites, M bo?
it i!. 15; Harriston, il; making !?6
m all now under tr-itm.nt. Bldseland,
1; WarwOOd, ) BOU) eses, one leuth; Ox
ford, 1 in B
.amp Button, the new fever detention
point at Areodaii. near New Orleans, with
a capacity Of about l.W*' patients, was
FEVER RECORD HROKEN.
Jackson Ha? Eleven Netr innen In
1 ?.. in >-Ion.- Honra.
jacks??n, miss , October IsV-Jnckaanf?
reoord for yellow-fever in twenty?
fOUT hours was broken to-day, OtOVOU
rears being reported to the Hoard of
Health, of these eight aro white and
Ths ' aaee are not confined te any one
locality but are distributed In various
section? of the city, denoting a thorough
. id Of the lnf?K?tlon. The weather to
night, however, Is cooler, and It 1? hoped
that this will have a beneficial effect.
Bi spouses to the appeal of the relief as
sociations are coming In, but not as
promptly n> desired. Among other dona
tions a $50 check wa? received from Chief
Engineer Russell Freeman, of tha battle
ship Indiana, who is a Mlsslsslpplan.
The official report of Secretary Hunter,
of the State Board of Health, is a? fol
lows: Taylor's, no new cases. Poplar
vllle, seven BOW 08800 Starksvlll?:. no
n.,IBS ?ase? Mad'.eon, three new cas*?.
Nat ches reports two cases there, conva
lescent; no suspicious cases. Two su*"
ptctoua c:,?es reported at Columbus. Ma
rine-Hospital Surgeon Murray has bean
rent to investigate. Harrleton reports
thirteen new cases and one death, and
Bermaanvtlle, oae bow ea?e.
The State Board has ?-sued an order re
moving quarantine restrictions as to
shipment of freight betwe.-n infected
points within the State, and also between
-., t> Orleans and Jackson.
8S B II??' **eh and Death Ms?.
WASHINGTON. October 11-The fol
loWlBg has been received from .
1,1'ootT commanding at Suntlago;
,, tObOf ?th-Fever of all kinds, 730;
total, I?** . ? ., . _
October 10th-Fever of all kind?. *?;
J ....knees. 1.0?. Dea ths-Louis Jone?.
? tt? Company E, Ninth Unite., -
, al. f. Ver ?iclol'.r *?*,
Wht Ware, private, Company M, Fifth
: .' ?ie.1 .-t?(- - ? oiunleen lyph ?
1 monis o? tober ?th. William Powell. ,,r1
; SBpaay E. Ntn*h l'nltftd Stat*?"
* i/olBBtaan, malarial-remittent fever and
I -,. Bpssatsrr, Ortobsr UM-, Bafrfiy U
?urgen, private. Company A. rlfth
1 raited State? Infantry, dyasatsrp, Octo
jo?eph Av. Bergaant Company
9 Ninth United Statas Volunteers, ty
,. id-fever.. _
0 Following is the report for October
Uth- Fever case?, all kind?, 4SI; total
I richness, L16S. Deaths-William Lewla,
, nipaar B, Ninth United Slate? Infaa?
tvphoi.l-fever. October 10th; Charles
-?mni.-na. private. Company A. Fifth
?atted States Volunteers; James Ldo
,r, Company B. Tenth United State?
Miueers; W. Rerryt.m. Company C,
y Fifth United States Volunteers, Inter
B 18 GREETF.p HT TnK LARGEST
[ ROWII EVER ?JEE.1 Ig THE CITT.
'SECHES 0? THE WAT WEST.
bs Country Pro?pero????Oar Post
Bcllara Re?i?on?lblHlle??*4o Pear?
Tem?a got In tbo Interest of
Humanity to Be Aeecpted.
OMAHA. NEB., October ll.-Pt-esident
IcKln'.ey and tho other members of the
residential party from Washington w??.-e
reeted on their arrival In Omaha by the
irgett crowd that has ever lined the
tree:? of the city, and the welcome ac
rd.'d the head of the nation waa en?
uislastlo In the extreme.
At the depot were King Ak Bar Hen IV.,
i person, and the Hoard of Oovern
rs of the Knights of Ak Sar Hen; also,
lu? E.piestrlan Club of 8?.uth Omaha
he festival of Ak Sar Hen waa held last
eck, and the newly-crowi?. d king had
rd?.'red that his knights exert them
elves to do honor to the beloved ruler
t th? nation. The presidential reception
?mmlttie. composed of prominent 4J)maha
Itlzens and their wives, were also
t the depot. A? soon as all were seated
11 carriage?, the procession started, under
cort of th? two equestrian clubs for the
Along the whole line the crowd? on
ach s!.le of the street and In ?very win
low kept up u continuous ovation. The
?ulldlngs were gorgeously deco.ated with
co. white, and blue, and with the Ak
!ar B*a colors?red, yellow, and green?
ind numerous picture? of the President
ippeared In the windows of the stores and
?flic??. The streets were all strung with
ines of Incandi-s? cut lights over each
auseway, and arcii, s ,?f colored incan
lescent lights at every street crossing,
naklntr, the whole Uni of march as light
At tke c ty Hall the party alight???!,
md the visitors wer,? assigned to seats
.i? a teraporary platform, from which
: . v r.vlewe.l a magnHic?'nt parade of
!orty floats. The floats were the same
t'hl.h Which had t.<ken part last week
n the ,\k sar Bea pared?, and with the
'I?, trl?* parade of to-night made two
rorgeous parades, which, together, afford
?! a magnificent saootacl? s.
The l*r???dtut't Journ. y from Chicago
" oniaha was a constant ovation.
?roadf greeted him at ev?*Ty station, and
in wa? compelled to make a number of
?hort apeech. s.
The largest crowd of th? trip had gath
?red at Clinton, ia. !! r* Senator Alll
C wgrtwrnaB Curt?a, and ir??vern??r
Shaw and staff board. ?1 tlie train.
THE ?"? ?ENTRY I'HoSI'KiL H'8.
Aft-r the eheetiaf of the people had
rabstaad I'lesi.ieiu McKinley s.ud:
"My F.llow Citizen- I bar? BO llttlng
aotda t?? aapresa ray approbation "f this
splendid weieoin-. W* have none from
industrial depression to Industrlsl ac
tivity. \S" bars ton* frota labor seeking
"inploym? nt t" einplo? Btent .-''king la
itor. (Applnnaa.) Ws bars ..hunda it
money, ??.- have an UBquesttonsblS cur
rency the world over, and a? bars an un
1 national credit, batter than It
i ,.s . rat i?'-' n i ?dore in our history.
'\\',- bare, too. a g.I national con
sclence, sad tre bars tht raarags <?f dta?
tiny. (OroBi applause.> Ws have much
I ?. be grateful f.?r In the stirring events
"f the p.i-t six in?.nths. Th" army and
navy of the Dallad States bars won not
only <>ur praise, but the admiration of
the world (Cheers.) '?.ir a.-hievements
on land and sea WOTS without parallel In
tht world's history.
THE. SECTIONS UNITED.
"During all these trying month? the
i"',pi" of the United States have ?tood
together es one man. North and South
have been united as they !'. .? B? v?r beSB
united. Peoplo who itnnk alike In a coun
try like ours must act together. That Is
what we bars been doing re.-ntiy, ami
-.? ? ?vaut t'i ?ontlniie t?. act log. Ihaf, un
til tho fruits of our war shall be tlBbodled
in ?oletaa and permanent ssttlaBaanta?
"WS ??ant in? diffi-rcm ? s at home until
ttled our diff?rences abroad.
When that Is all done, W* can have our
little diff?rences among OUI Self.
The- Preeldenl Isft the train for the first
.i i adar ?aatta?. la. a platforni
? i ii oratelj d. e ?rated : toad neat ihs
track, and ?'r<>m II Mr. McKinley delhrer
>--t an address whleb brought chaters from
IAAB lusty throats. He said, in part:
BaWULTS of tbb war.
"it is a fortunate situation that this
people, wlille engaged in war, le-v, r n-g
leet the ln?Iustrl-s Of peace. Ami while:
the ?var was going on, und we were en
gaged In arms against a foroign fen, tht
irdustrle? of th?! people went on, an?l their
progress and prosperity w. r.. in no
,' Is* ' hei'ked. 1 go !.. that great
city that I may celebrate with my
fellow-countrymen of the West tha pro
gress of the war thus fat mad", the pro
tocol already signed. Bad IhS suspension
of hostilities, with th? hope that you an?J
I entertain that In th?- settlements, th?
treaty may t?.> OBS found-d OB riglit an?;
Justice, and in the totOTSSt of humanity
This ?rar thai aas as si.Utj
through ih?, valor and Intrepidity of oui
BOldltrs, will Bring t?? us, I trust, blessing:
thai Bra aoa beyond Jetjlatloa. it wii
bring also burdens, but the America?
peopi* oarer shirk a responsibility, am
aerer unload a burden thai carries for
ward civilization. Ws , I war fo
humanity. We can accept no terms o
pasca which shall not be la the inter?s
'That hostilities h i 1 upoi
term? so satisfactory to the people of th
United States is cause for congratula
tlon, and calls forth seotlraeats of plou
gratitude to Divine Provl.l? n? for titea
favors which He ha? manifested unto u?
OUR WAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
"Smh B celebration car.not B \i 1
helpful. It will encourage love of coun
try, and will emphasize the BObl?
achlevement? of our soldiers and sailor
on land and sea. War has no glories un
less It achieves them, ami no achieve
menta are worth having which do no
advance civilization and benetlt man
kind. While our victories In battle hav
added new honor? to Amerl? an valor, th
real honor is the substantial gain t
humanity. Out of the sufferings and wo?
the privations and anxieties of the pa?
few months, will flow benefits to the na
tion which may be more Important tha
we can now realise.
"No developements of the war ha? bee
more gratifying and exalting than th
complet* unlti4-stlon of the nation. T
the Executive call for volunteer? n
prompter response was received tha
came from the patriotic people Of tb
South and West, and when th* ordei
were given to advance Into a foreign tei
rttery, every ?oldler was diaappolnte
whose regiment was not lnclud??! In tr
marching orders. All were anxious to t
with that portion of the army whl. h wn
to meet the enemy. Our gratitude
boundlsap to th? brave men. and the nt
tlon will hold them in perpetual mt-mor*
"We m'ist not fall to give deserve
praise to ih? nobility of the women, als.
A? in the war for independence and ft
the Union, they never hesitated nor mui
mured, freely offering th.lr best belove
og the altar of th*?lr country. They ha?
added new glory to the rare and ei
qulslte qualities of Am. ricun womai
Mar? l?aM.I Will Retar?.
PARIS, 4><tolier 11.-?The gov?rnm?*nt.
Is report*?!, ha? been Informed that |t
dispatch to Major March?n?4. forward?
by the courteay of the British Ooveu
m?nt through th* Ulrdar. has air?is?.
? a delivered, and tha?. Major Marchar
is ??ndlna an officer with hi? reply I
Cairo, whence It will be telegraphed
Paria, probably arriving early nest wee
Ths? extremist pasera are miki:
strong effsrta to excite public oplnl?
?gainst (Treat Britain, but It Is bellev?
In th* beat-Informed circles that Ma;
Marchand will be authorised it* ?-??un |
way of Cairo.
We are in the midst of
?vor held in Richmond. Among
the big bargain? are:
China Press. Best
glass in ends, swell
Also, Chamber Suits, Parloi
Suits, and Odd Chairs.
PrraonaU und Brief?,
The Old Domlnw.n Democratic Club will
meet at Thon's Hall to-night.
Dr. George F. Bagby, who ha? had a
long spell of fever, has recovered and re?.
BUaaSd his practice.
Then, wlil be a meeting of the Old Do
minion DemooraUo Clttb to-night. All tho
m?mher? ar.? irgnected to be present, as
the session will be an Important one.
The Council Committee on Ordinances
will meet In th.? City Hall at ? o'clock.
IU88 Jane G lilla m Rtvea, of Haltlt-B?re.
is the guest of tin? Miss? a Rraxton, of
G. XV. Clark, pastor of the Barton
Hetgfct? Raptlst church, who ha? bee?
conducting a ?crie? of meeting?? In hi?
church for norm? time, will continue tha
services during this week.
F.nglneer J. W. Clowes, who mot with a
oompound dislocation of the ankle soma
Ott m ks ago, and who has been receiving
attention at the Retreat for the Sick, has
i m or? i i a? to be il le to uso
crut lies, and will probably be ablo to
leave tko Retreat In about two weeks.
Miss Blanche Smith and Dr. J. N. Clore
will bo wan I?.I at Crtglcrsvtlle, Madison
county, ?October Bth Ml?.-? Smith la a
graduate of the Woman*? Coll?8*s? ?>f
Rlchmon.!. of ths year is*?!. Dr. Qlore
also graduated the une year from the
Medical Collei;.'. of Virginia. -
Mr. Phil. McN'lv.-n, late treasurer Bf
ths AcSAemy "f Musi.', who ha? be?i\
On the road as mnnager for Las, the
hypnotist spent Sunday and a ,>'rt of
Monday with friends In thi? .it?. Mr.
McXlven's show Is at \ ?rfailk tin? week,
and thus he was allowed a chance to
A gentleman, not a memboir if Dr,
Roge-8 church, WB8 so struck with thu
tjf of th" s. rruoii which he pre??' ! I
Sundry, October M, ti?at bo ha? had it
publlshsd in pamphlet form, an.l eoj ?
m iv be secured by those who wish them
upon application at Dr. Hoge's residence,
BO. 1 north Fifth street.
It l bu.?-miera In Ne?r York.
NF,w YORK, Oetoa? r u. t?puehtLh-M
Ullis. Jr., Dr. I!. La, Trlttttn. Amur; W,
H Desn, st Clair; H K. Terry and wife.
Orna?! Colon; H Starr ami WtBS, Holland?!
l. B Tatum, Imperial; G. A. ?Slbson,
Ilu??-? nnd Clinton lieiurn.
James H. Haves and J'hn Clinton,
Jr., the r?r resent stive? of th. Ontral
Republican I?eague, who weal t?? W:u?h??
Ington to r'' r charg?e before the Crrll
Bervlce Commlaafoa against Federal offl
eero hew for taking an active pttrt In
politics, returned to the city late laat
night. They h id conference? wi?h the
hesda of department?, ?nd arrangement?
Brer? pert ndtng commission
here to investigate the matter.
VAN WYCK'S Af CKPTANCK.
It I? Confined BSSlUSiVelr to Slain
"nkw York. October ib-The formal
letter of Hon. Augistus Van Wyck. sd
l in th>? chairman of the Stafa
commute.?, Frederick C. Schraub, accept
ing the Democratic nomination for Gov
. rnor of B? W York, wan made publia
The letter deal? entirely with State
Death? at Miinlfn.
WASHINGTON, October 11. General
Otis, In eomnrin?! at Manila, has cable?*!
to the War I apartment a Hat of thoso
soldiers who have died sin?*.- the tro???>o
left San Francisco. The deaths nutnbeB
DAVIS.-Dled. at 11 A. M.. October HHi,
at the residence of his ?laughter, Mrs,
G. C. Robinson, No. f>!3 north T? i '0
street, HIRAM A. DAVIS; age?l 70 year?,
Ftmeral fmm his late residence at .Lit
THIS EVENING. Friend? of the family
Invited to attend. Interment -it Maurw
rORRIr**TAL.-Dt<-d. I*ue?day morning,
October llth. at half-past 2 'clo?k.
THOMAS M. Fi'RRlSTAI?.
Farewell, dear wife, 'and be content,
I was not yours, but only lent,
My stay was short, as you may see.
Therefore, prepare to follow me.
My ?later and brother, good-by,
I'm going Beans, to yonder aky.
And when day?, months, and years trg
May we all meet In Heaven at last.
HI? funeral will take place WFDN1?**.'
D.vY MORMMl at halfptat 9 o'clock
from No. UU east Franklin ?treat, thenc?
t ? St Patrick's church. w?th requiem
mus?. Interment at Istt Calvary.
SMITH.?Died. Monday afternoon, at
her residence, lfOf) Park avenu?, Mrs.
MARGARKT 8TROTHER SMITH, widow
of Samuel R. Smith. In tha (Bth year of
The funeral will take place WEDKES*
DAY. October 12th. at 11 A. If., from heg
lut? residence. *t*
\ AFGHAN. Dl.-.?, at her r?sld?-nc*. ?|
Granite. O-tob-r 11. IBM. at 8 P. M . Mr?h
CATHERINE CLEARY YAtumAN,
aged 71 year?.
Funeral nettle later.
TO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
LOST, A MASTIFF BITCH; IJBATSJW?
collar. Reward will be paid If returns^
to this otll?*? or ?U east Marshall atreet. ,
ea 12-88 1