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TIIE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1(5, 1898.
There are three great reme
dies that every person with
weak lungs, or with consump
tion itself, should understand.
These remedies will cure
about every case in its first
stages ; and many of those
more advanced. It is only
the most advanced that arc
hopeless. Even .these are
wonderfully relieved and life
itself greatly prolonged.
What arc these remedies ?
Fresh air, proper food and
of Cod-Liver Oil niti Jjo
fhosphites. 15 e afraid of
draughts but not of fresh air.
Kat nutritions food and drin;:
plenty of milk. Do not forget
that Scott's Emulsion is the
oldest, the most thoroughly
tested and the highest en
dorsed of all remedies for
weak throats, weak lungs and
consumption in all its stages.
50c. and S od; all dtuffiji'ts.
SCOTT U HWSr., Chemists. Nw York.
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orES KVEMNGS. lllVLM'OKT.
FLAG THERE TO STAY.
President Makes Two More Nc
table Speeches at th9 At
DID3 A LZTL TO HIS OPPONENTS.
Tl"ant to Kaatr Wbo Vlll Tall Down
"Ol.l .lory" Where It Now I'lle V n
Aputtrophe to Northern anil Southern
Keconclli-ition Delivered at the Closing
Ibiiiiioct T wo Ovations to Gen. Wheeler
Georgia Sulons !'; Itcvoluiion.
-Vtlanta. Dee. 1C Twenty-five thou
sand pe rsons took part in the peace
Jubilee parade yes-tr-nlay. which was
l l :.: 1 by t'nc pres-iuer.t. The erthusi-a.-m
a. I along the line was unbounded.
Alt'-r the review- the president was
givn a r. r pllun, and then was driven
t th iLr.i u'.ture building of the ex
I option i.r'i n as the Auditorium. Sv-
ii t:.o;:s..nd p:rsors arose from thir
s cs the e h:. f i s- iuilve entered tit-
Au.ll.orium. The l.ard played the "Star
Sj ang!od Ja::ner" ai.iid considerable
tpp'a.ise, L u t when the strains Of
loro" f.il-i ti.e building the crowd
iv. ni w;: I. I'ic.i.!er,t JIcKinley stool
..p aid av.d h!3 hat above his head,
iii-ni; 1. ::. i :efid--rt of the juiiilee coro
aiittfc. u.ade u Lugthy sp-e.h. He was
f.;i; .v. d I y :t;v-rr.or C;'ndkr in an
address v if ; iii.-. As the president
t i ; : ! b i .vaii! t ic large at.dic-nce ap
I lainii ! ii.-nti.y. His speech wa?
punt tur-.d lv or.ht mt th ers. out ther
vo:e ro .'.:ti. urs's yim;!ar to thit whii ii
r:.a:-kl t"..e presid-r.t's vifitT.ce on
Vt due uliiy to the C r.f .df ra tu. dea 1.
Aki Who'll Pull It Down?
The most notable paragraph in the
f resid -r.t's -e h was as follows:
"That las been planted in two
hemispheres and there it remains, the
symb.l of !ib rty and law, of peace
ir.J pr"Kresi. Who will withdraw it
'r. rn the people, ovtr whom it lloats i-.
prottrtirfr folds? Vho will haul it
tit Wild Over Wheeler.
Aft. r thrie cheers for M. Kinlcy h-'.
1 e.-n k'i ven w 1. h a ill at the c nclusio i
of his !;e"-( h (ln' ral Whci ler aro:-"
from his s-at on the platform. Th-n
came;:uc!i nt'iusdar.m. i u:h pinlemori
uzn, af is ji'liiuni s en. F"or three ml: -ut-s
t!i- i iiilit iii rh-i red and yel!
and .;vel bat!". Over anl over asm n
the litt'f routlurn K?nc.-.!l tried to b- -cln
his s-t te: h. iind ov.r ar:l nvi r ara...
hs wis mil eiie i to wail for the cheer
to stop. Thtn the l and p".ael "Iiixic '
and iTfc more the crowd broke Ir.t
frartic cVr-. :e:i. Wheeler -u:size i
the presii! i t and tpr-Ted his j.lee -ure
at the rec.pti 11 .'iV"n to McKinl
by tlt.'rria. I ie.it na::t '. S'in r -.-pordeii
t' calls uitli an in. passion i
spt-fcli In vl i h h" ilr -w the nttenti '
of his h aie s nut ei ; t. the bravery !
the Ameri'-an !, lers anl sailors. l.l
t tise chi:';1;. v and br.v .iv of tl.i
ai - i.itwes mi . ; at
enemy. esfieVIaHy of Admiral Cervera.
Street t ar ColIUion for Variety.
Generals Shaficr and Lawton scarcely
rnore than bowed their acknowledge
ments to the piauuits ar-d the rneetins
closed with a short speech from Gov
ernor Johnston, of Alabama, in which
lie referred to his state's honor in
possessing two such distinguished sons
as wheeler ar?d Hobson. The presi
dential party then drove back to the
hotel. On the wav the oarriatre in
which were 5er.e:als Shafter and Law
ton was run into by a street car and in?
two distinguished officers were thrown
to the street, but neither was hutt. A
public reception at the governor's man
sion had to !? p.'EtpmeJ on account cf
the lateness of the Auditorium affair.
BANfJILT CLOSES TIIE JIUILKK.
President and Many Other Make Speeches
tV heeler Second Ovation.
In the beautifully decorated' dining
room of the Kimball House the Atlanta
peace jubilee was Lrought to a fitting
close by an elaborate banquet. Covers
were laid for 200. All the city's distin
guished guests were present and seated
ut the president's table. Many prominent
men from all parts of the south also
graced the tables. Hon. Clark Howell,
editor of the Atlanta Constitution, acted
as toastmaster. When the speech
making began Hon. Clark Howell intro-
dued the president. The president as
he arose was the recipient of a hearty
end spontaneous greeting. The execu
tive was compelled to stand and bow
some minutes before those about the
table Would let him proceed.
The president responded to the toast.
"Our Country," and said in part: "Four
years have gone since I last met the
people of tler.rgla in public assembly.
Much has happened in the intervening
time. The nation has been at war, not
within its own she res. but with a for
eign power: a war waged not for re
venge or aggrandizement, but for our
oppressed neighbors, for their freedom
and amelioration. n j,as
brought us together: its settlement will
keep us together.
"Reunited Glorious realization! It
expresses the thought of my mind and
the long deferred consummation of my
heart's tltsire as I stand in this pres
ence. Keunited! One country
again and one country forever! Pro
claim it from the press and pulpit!
Teach it in the schools! Write It across
the skies! The world sees and ftels it!
It i heers every heart, north and south,
and brightens the life of every Ameri
can home. Let nothir.g ever strain it
again. At peace with all the world
and with eac h other, what can stand in
the pathw ay of our progress and i rca
perity'." Speeches were then delivered in turn
by Secretary Lot. sr. General Phafter.
lion. George 1C. I'cck. Hon. Stephen
o'Meaia of Mostenl. Secretary Gage.
General Wheeler. Postmaster General
Simth. Governor Johnson (of Alabama).
Mayor Warwick (of Philadelphia), ar.d
others. Ali the decorum was laid aside
for the noment when Get.eral Joe
Wheeler oiose to rcsjoiid to his toast.
The distinguished southerner was
cheered and il.-viol ar.d it was fully
five minutes beloie he was permitted to
The presid-nt boarded his sp. cial tra'n
at mi'lni-jht ye.-terday. His visit h"re
has Ik-, r a history-making event and
the r'.--u:ts wi.l be f 'It lor years to
come. The words of his famaus speech
teior- th G-orgia legislature echo.-?
through t'ie laniuet hall last night.
1 he memorable words of the president
having rcfertme to the part of the
north in ca;'ii:g for thu graves of the
Confederate d-.ad was cheerej and
c he ere i. The pre si lert w as in a splendid
humor ar.d applauded the orchestral
rctidit'cn-e f "!ix!e"as rr; catdly as h
eii i those of ''Yankee Doodle." It was
a rot h eab'e fact that in all theg n geoas
!. citations of the bairiu "! hall not one
Confederate lias appeared.
The president's train left the Union
"tai'on shortiy af;er m'dr.ight ard was
due in Tu-kcgee at 8 o'clock this morn
ing. I res'dent McKir.le's utterances in his
address to the Georgia legislature
Wednesday wcie highly commended by
thai body yesterday. Immediately aft
r reading the Journal in the house
Iteprest ntative Calvin, cf Richmond,
secured the floor and introduced
resolutions declaring "That Presi
dent McKinley, by his ready r cognition
of southern ability and southern worth
In military appointments made at the
outset and during the recent Spanish
American war won a warm place in the
hearts of all cur people and endeared
himself to the country at large," and
"That we desire especially to commend
and applaud the generous and soldierly
suggestion made by his excellency that
the n rth should share in the care of
the graves cf the Confederate soldiers."
They were passed in both houses and
The president yesterday received dis
patches from prominent men in all parts
oi the country commending in hearty
terms his utterances to the effect that
the time had come for the nation to
share the care cf the graves of tho Con
GEN. ES00KE TESTIFIES.
lie Was la Charge of Camp Thomas at
Ctaickainausa Iark What He Said.
Washington, Dec. 15. Major General
John R. Brooke testified before the war
investigation commission yesterday
that most cf the volunteers at Cam?
Thr.mas came sjppcsfdiy with ten days'
ratiors, but this was the so-caiitd field
ration, and at first they w--e hungry.
The volunteers were suppirel with ail
torts of tent-ig?, mcst of it antiquated:
their uniforms w ere old and their equip
merit In general was what had been
arcurauial.il "through the parsimonious
policy of the wa.- department through
the preceding twenty-five years." S.im
were urnrmed and s..me in their citi
zens clothes with only one blanket.
Governor Heaver read a report from
James Parker, sanitary irsp.ctor of
the Twelfth New York volunteers, de
tailing an unprintably disgusting state
of sanitary affairs at Camp Thomas
during General Brooke's incumbency.
"I will ray." said Ceceral Brocke. "that
It Is not only untrue, but If you wiii
give me a copy of that report I will se
that that yourg man goes before a
eeurt-mart.al for thos? statements, uc
less he is protected in his testimony
try this commission."
The general raid that Dr. Huidekoper
wa? one of the t-st vo'unteer m.dical
omre's. H said there were numerous
compla-'nts of Dr. HarfulT's adminis
tration.' tl? never beard any mal-ad-micittrat.on
Dr. "r-rrt.r-c er.err.I. as a matter of
fact the cinjitlnii cf ti-e Third division
hiiSfital at least was abominable?
General Brooke Do you make that
statement upor prronal knowledge er
on infrmati n .
Dr. Connor I make it upon a multi
tude of testimony, all of which goes to
show that the hospital was in a con
tinual turmoil frr lack cf nurses, medi
cine and attendance ar.d fre.m over
Ge-ieral Brooke Thoie was a lack of
medicine from time to time, but the
matter uas I rrught to th atteut.on of
the department most promptly.
Illinois Oranger Proceedings.
Springfitld. Ills.. Dec. 16. The State
Grange Patrons of Husbandry yester
day re-elected Geo. It. Tate, of Smith-
ton, and. Robert Katon, of Joliet. mem
bers of the executive committee. The
repe-rt of the co-operation committee
was ad ipted- It recommends thj mem
bers of the grange to practice co-operation
more extensively. Resolutions wero
adopted in favor of 2-cent passenger
rates on rai'roads end the abolition of
passes: postal savings banks; free rural
delivery of maiis extended over the en
tire country; the initiative ar.d referen
dum, and an appropriation by the leg
islature of a sum sufficient to placv the
agricultural department of the TTniver
sd:y of Illinois on a plans w ith the best
universities in the country. It was d
clued to meet at Joliet nest year if
satisfactory aci ommodation w ere of
fered. (;en. f.onlon on Melinlt-y'- Speech.
Richmond. Ind., -Dec. 16. General
John I!. Cordon, of Georgia, who lec
tured here Tast night, said in an inter
view concerning President MeKinley's
speech at Atlanta: "I have read the
speech with much intert st and was
greatly d -l'gbted with it. It was prob
ably a surprise to some of our southern
peoplt. but it was not so to me. I
have known Pre:ident McKinley for a
great many years and have had the
profoundest respect for him as a man
and a patriot." .
Opinion of Senor Agonc-ilio.
London, Dec. 16. Agonciilo, the rep
resentative of Aguir.a'.do, the insurgent
leader in th Philippine is ands, sai'.s
for New York Saturday. In an inter
view he said: "The only portion of the
Spitiiisli-An.erifan treaty which we are
concerned in is the cession cf the Phil
ippines, which is illegal, as the Span
iards lost their sovereignty over the
islands and the Americans cannot dis
pose of the future of the archipelago
without consulting the Filipinos."
l-'Ionr Trut Scheme Is Dead.
Mlnr.capoiis, Dec. 16. The Hour trust
sehenie is dead so far as Minneapoiis
13 coniermd, and without Minneapolis
it is futile. At a meetirg of the big
milling ecncrrr.s of the city it was
unanimously agreed thai none of the
Minneapolis properties should go into
the sc-he i.e. .
No Merry Likely for Martin.
Sprirgfi-id. Ills.. Dec. 16. The su
preme court yesterday denied the mo
tion for a writ of error and supersedeas
In the case of Carter Martin, under sen
tence to hang at Chariest own today.
Killed for Itefiising t Marry.
Oiiuawka. Ills.. Dec IB. Because Miss
Kate Logan refused to marry him R.
G. Jenkins II red sis rhots at her hist
r.ight.ore of which took effect. She wiLl
die. Jenkins escaped.
United States Senator Quay is suffer
ing from an acute attack of in. 11 -rest! on.
Jonathan McGeo, of Ypsil.trli. Mich.,
aged Hi), is soon to wed Amelia Day,
The steamer Alameda, from Australia,
has brought treasure amounting to $3,
510,010 to San Pl ane isco.
The IhjikI if trade firm f Xobl
Jones. Chicago, has peti;K ned to Le de
clared bankrupt. Liab IHies over $1U7,
C00. A proclamation caliing an extra s?s
sion of the Kansas legislature to pass
proposed Populist measures has been is
sued. The Ohio river is frozen over at
Wheeling and Parkersburg and from
Parkcrsburg to Ijuisvilla the stream Is
full of floating ice.
Berlin ar.d Frankfort bankers have
offered to loan the porte 2.000,000 Tur
kish, and Tewfik Pasha has been or
dered to conclude the loan.
The federal assembly at Berne. Switz
erland, has elect-d M. Mueller, who was
vice president for 1SSS. to be president
of the Swiss confederation.
Nearly -Z0 friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Loomis P. Haskell assembled at their
home in Hinsdale, His., in honor of the
fiftieth anniversary of their wediing.
Chief Examiner Serven, of the civil
service commission, in his annual re
port says applications for examinations
of all kinds during the year aggregate
The dwelling at M'ddletown, O., oc
cupied by Lieutenant Charles Hooper
was destroyed by fire and the two chil
dren, Charley and Elmer, aged 5 and 3
Thomas Thornbury, who for neariy
forty years had been prominent as a
stock dealer or the Chicago market.
died at his farm near Bioomington, 1113.,
from pneumonia, aged TO years.
James McElherr.ey is in the county
jail, ut Chicago, betrayed by a woman.
who secured half of the reward offered.
He is charged with having kilieJ John
Schroeder, a sanitary canal boss, two
Pleurisy and pneumonia are fre
quently developed, in a very short
ppace of time, from a common cold ;
and, if snch an acute inflammation or
the longs is not promptly alla3"ed,
the worst may happen. With the aid
of Dr. Bull's Cough Svrnp, however,
you need not have any fear ; for this
great remedy speedily subdues the
inllamrnation. eases the pain in
breathing and always effects a cure
in a wonderfully short time.
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
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