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ARIZONA JL JO. EKEVENTII YEAR. niCENIX, AHIZOXA, 3IOXDAY MOUSING, OCTOUEIt 29, 1900. VOI,. XI. NO. J 63. FIERCE FIGHTING Filipinos In Large and Strong Force TWO HARD BATTLES Rebels led by White Man Make a Determined Attack on a Scouting JJetachm ent Americans Are Out numbered at Narvican and Be treat Both Sides Lose Heavily. Hall's Expedition a Failure. Manila, Kl. 2S. While scouting mar "Ux.a a detachment of 1 1. Twenti-th and Twenty-eighth rrgim n'ts, under Captain H iglir. was attu ked by 4"0 insurgents armed wilh riltcs, under command of a white man whose na tUmaliiy is not known to the Amer icans. The insure his for Hit ni ist part were in'tr-m-heil. After a heroin fight the Americans drove off the en ony. killing more than sevcnty-iivr. Thv fight lasted for two hours. Captain Beigl. r and three privates wre slightly wounded mill two American:; were kilicil. a m ki: I c a x s r: i: r i : e a t e i . An hgag mcnt took 1:- - n ct .:. r i'4 iMincn detachments of the Thirl cavalry and th Thirty-third volinteer Infantry, numbering sixty, and a force of insurgents consisting i,f 4'i rill--men and l."00 bol-m n. The fighting was deserate. V'nd.-r pressur- of num. lie i s tlu- Americans were comM lo-.l f retire on Narvican. Li i:t. Corse L. Feoigor and four privates were killed, nine u. undo. I and four missing. Tvv n-ty-nine horses are missing. A unmix r of teamsters wcr- raptured by th.? insur gents, but sub.-.-fii ntly r.l.asVd. Tiic on. my's loss is estimated at 1"0. A dc tail of I'm Thirty-third volume -s re turning fmm Banged n rafts rc-ci ntly were tired iijm by iasurgeiit s. scant ?a- rslalii-r was killed and privat s wounded. HALL'S EXPEDITION. Con ral II ill's exo-diiion of i S, r- t wo tny Xi nun. through the m uintaii'.s t ilinaiig -ma ii. province of .nfatita. in pursuit of t1ii ; itisU'tTiT i-iii--.il fail!, s. al'thoiiK'h it disc-vei-d n tr.ne of .;he . n my. n iiinlerd r-at hinl bhips on the march. Tvv.-nly ('hin..-e portei-s died, and forty in n w-ie s. in into th.- Iro-plial. After stati isiiiiK a garrison of men at I'.inati hi.i n and visiting IVIillo island, off the oa.-l of infanta province. C n ral Hall and I'he rest of his force embarked tin re oa The transport drronn. . Reports fr un Oenei-al Youuk's district show a d.iily Incr.ase in the insursr'iits there, owins to the fact of r-emits from towns. TIM Manila. UKVISKD TAKII'F. -t. L'S. -The I'hilij.piiie coiii- mission has decided ( . compile the r - vis'd FhiHipine.: cust-in-; tariff f, its own inveoiig.ni-.il-. a-si.-'t. I by th i put of th,- army b .ard. The r suit wiil be forward-d to tin- United Stat- s for publication and discus-ion. Wli.-n "he d-iails appar sat isfactory and I he draft Iras be n approv.-d by th- s ere tary of war. the i n;nmis-i..n will i.ro- mill:' 3a lv it h- re as la w. KANSAS' MAD CIKI.S. Topika. Kan, Oct. jx. -A. .or. ling to th rep-ip; of .Mr. Hanbaek. matron of the industrial school for girls at It. loit. that institution lvceived nin ly eilfht inmaUn during the past n Jr and paroled ninety-two. MINES REOPEN TODAY Nearly All of Large Collieries Grant Increased Scale. Wilk-sbiii-re. Pa.. o-(. Tii Kin- ston Coal coiupa ny. I'luploying 2.-IHI men. this morning post, d notices grant ing the increase di maud .1 by till Scianton o;iventi .n. This places t v, ry coal company In the Wyoming vail y in lin- with lii- exception of a f-w r.ia'l con-ems which do net inpio; many men. and it is believed that win n the m. n r.-iorl for work at th. s. col-liiri-s toniorr iw tiny will be told t h, y wiil r. c ive th- same ,vage- paid by til-other compini s. Mr. Milch. 1! and the cxt- u ive board of ih- United Miiie Workers visit, d Piltston tliis att-i 1100:1 and in an ad. Ir ss to the ni;m:s con gratulat d them on th. ir goo I b h.ivior and told them to go to work tomorrow. A FKW IK LI ( i d f. Hazieioti. pa., o. t. "S. -Tiie I,, high ami Wilkesbarru C.-nl company has not y.-t cinpil .1 w ith tb.- ... man. Is of i h anthracite miner.', but it is said th y will do so by Nov. mli r 1. w hen work will b.- resumed. Tin re will I.- no r--fumption of w ot k in tie Mini-vd-- cii liery. operat d by th- Van Wi.-kl- , s tale. xcept at tiie old w ages, as the oilicials slate owing to an agr.--nie-ul with the Pentisy ivat.ia railroad they are una'ule to pay th advance. Th Van Wickle company grant. d the in crease at its other collieri s, fhe Cob -raine and Silver Meadows. It is s I that the Calvin Pardee company, op erating mines at Lattimcr. w ill not re employ the men who struck b fore thr inim. closed down. TRA rXMKX MAKK D KM AXIS. On the D-lawar. , Sus-tu har.n.i & Sx-huylkill railroad th- fir.m-n have d-in. imled that thirty hours diall ron stitute litre-, shifts, for which they shall receive $7 insi.a.1 of $.VIu. as at pr font. The braki-nn u also pies' nted a demand for a t -n per cut in Teas '. This road is own- .1 b 'o.. Who operate six c region, and was built of h aitling coal fr.en i tracks of the I. high t'oxv Bros. V "llieri. s in t li is for the purpose s miii'-s to tin Vail- y road. INDIANS IIOVCOTT ,v SCHOOL. cause th. lustituiion Is off the R et vat ion. i:. Imliith. '.Minn., Oct. rS. The govern ment has built a ?.".n.ii fobo-l for the X-.-tt Lake Indians, lint tie latter re fuse to allow th- ir children to attend it beoaus " it was tint built on their res ervation. Major S. W. Campbell, the agent in charge of th N-tl I.akirs. re turn' id today from a visit to the band, whom he tried to induce to withdraw their tiiyeou, but without success. Tii re is no law by which the Indians can bp compelled to s-nd th ir children to a scho .1 off tiie reservation, and th-odii-ials are nonplus- -d. The school is one of .the best in I he s rvioe. hut is till d with children for whom it wa u v.-r int. nd I. Th- X.tt Like In dians are am tig -th- wildest of the "hipp. wa band, and .ling tenaciously to old customs and traditions. ACCUSED F STEALING $)'.". Chi -aso. ct. l'S.--A warrant has i Ik . n issued for th arrest of i:. K. I r:.vis fhi.au. nianaJTcr for II. Iidi-' shcitn & Co. of X.-w York, ntaiiiifae turers and importers - if watches, ehari? ins him with . nihezzlinc JIO.ikjO. Davis hatf btn employid by the Xevv York lirm live years, and was trust d im plicitly. A member of the lirm is lu re. Hi; suys Davis took mote than $l."00. NEW WORK TOR NEGROES Tuskegee Students to Introduce Cotton Raising in Africa. Atlanta. Ca.. o I. -V-i:'ker T. Washint..ii. pr. .-id. til of th- Tusk. -Pfee (Ala.) normal and industrial insti tute for negroes, ann.uiii.--s that otli ' ials or the Cei-nian sv- rnm-iil have c-losed a contract with his school to furnish stude nts to iniroduo cotton raising among th.' natives in the C r lnan i olony on tile west coast of Aft icJ. On Xovembcr 3. a party of students, otjuipjrf'd wilh -otton plows, wagons and carpenter tools, will s; il for the new fields. Tin- Hermans will pay ad expenses of the expedition. The expedition is rganicl as th- be ginning of a formidable com)., lilion with Am-tiea in the cotton raising in dustry. THE POIICY OF FRANCE Premier .'Rosseau Outlines the Gov ernmental Program. Paris. o,-t. CX.--M. Wal today d li i i- I at T-u; le-k loCfO in use 111 an- iously awajled spe. h outlining ti ,...!- icy and progr-mim- r tii givi rnoi. to in anticipation if the if nss.-mliling of parli.ini n:. The occasion was Iji la .- iug of the corn-r sione of the new bar- racks. T. ul oise w is gaily d- corated and Rouss.-.-ii .'"iiiit.ns and . was in- t by tit in ior. ther oMi.-ials. The areii- bishop of T nih.us and g ncrals of tin: army d livefd a Id ress.-? assuring liitu on I. '-half of th- :ir:ov and clergy of r spiel for himself and attachment to the republic. Replying, the pr- mir said: Th ai my awak-ns too many hop. s not to be cherished by the country. W- are too jealous of th- future "f th" army not l strive lo make France not m re ly follow the pr.grss of other icni .ns. but to outstrip tin ni." At :i batiMU-t foil ivving the lay ing of the corner st-ne he r f. iT.'.l to the ghwiniy sittiti ui lr- va.iling w-h- n the cabinet took of- j ti-e "With agitation incri asing aa.l nationalism engaging in daily battles' witli the police." I "Some have said." he r ontiiiued. "we ! ar.- I ading France to ruin, when really j it w.uild be no . vigg-i at ion to say we! have saved her from ruin." Alluding to the "Dreyfus sligini." h- said lhali til- judgment given 1n coinplele inJe- j p. nd. n-e and decision r iiiain- d i--- sp'Cted. bii-t at the sam- t i in. humanity had found sat isfaction "in a measure I of clemency which has been raiili-.l by j th "rous heart of our gr. at in- try. H (.nlarged upon Ih- it c-sily for a la .v regulating ussocia.l as. a me isin -directed against religious organiza tions, and dilated upon the danger at tending th hi-i-i aula ;i..n of imni us plop, ni -s- in the hands of such organi zations, saying: "Tiie i.-t- n.-e of such a rival power within the stale oust tut- s an intolerable situ. ill' mauds inim. dial., solution. 1 1 a nn nin..-! 1 bat : h; w -nil. I jut r oiiu. - a let; f. p ic-i-iMs a ii 1 com in. I .1 w i ion on tie- gioii' S ..: l-'r.in. ed Irene ndous applau.-e. .il w iii.-a ue- governni.'iit n- old age th a perora- thai eiieit- MAX MULLER DEAD Passing of a Noted Author Philologist. and l-oue II. o, t. ! hele t Pi i. .day. aft :; u M: M nl- 1. ii n illness. M..X Mllliei I . comber ': l- man- Kngiish .as born in 1. II- was a i :auskril s.-lo i .ermaiiy ot-d ;.-r-lar and comparative philologist, was educated at ! ipsic. llerlin and Paris, and in 1M6 went to Kngland. settling at Oxford in lsr.it. In ls:,l hi was mad- professor of languages and in I"S professor of com parative philology. His h ie f works were "A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature," "Lectures on the Hcionce of I-mguage," and various hand books for the study of Sanskrit, though he ll as written and translated many otherl books. APOSTLE OF EVIL Ex-Postmaster Genera! Dick inson Arraigns Bryan Crisis is Such That He Would Be a Recreant American, False to Hi) Country if He Did Not Tote Against Bryanism. t Washington. f.H-t. L'S. Hon Ioti. M. Dickinson of Michigan, who was a member of i'resident Cleveland's lirst cabinet, and, until four years ago, had loiitf been promin-ni in democr;itie -ouiicils. has written a letter to a tenth man in this city, in which he says: Since the adoption of the Kansas City platform, and Irs nomination. ! have never entertained a lhoit-lit T otinn for Mr. I'.ryan. I confess, how ever, that in common ui;h very many d -mocrats. I Imped, for a lime, that I miht with clear i onseicm-c stiy aw.iy from the polls. Hut Mr. Mryan's speeches, part icuiarly his later ones, have deslroycil that illusion and e-n-vinced nie that l must vote at the r"iii :i elect io!l. "I criiicizc no man of differ. -nt vi-v.s who can recoil. 'ile' himself to the other course, but as for me, witli the light I liav. 1 am forced to the conviction that I would be a recreant American, f.iisu to my country, and faise to my party as well, if I should tak- to the woods. "I am a democrat on a!l the f Jiid i iceiital issues. n w hieh cur party b it i le 1 in III.- Ins. with the lei ill il i . :i lis I be whigs. and the f-dera litis-a democrat ' without ti:e pr.-lix 'gold.' becaiiS' my paity has ij. i-n tic- p.u ty of sound lin- atice from Jefferson to Cleveland. j "I could not be a" republican if I ! would, and I say the en c I of denioc-j racy wiih all my old-lime ine-jii:y audi faith. I 'ail I recogniz scarcely a v.-s-j tig- of d. -in-. . -rat ie principle in cither; tin Chicago or Kansas I'ity pi itt'ot nis. j The organization is in tic hands of the I populists, and by these the liv. ry of true deiiiocra.-y has been slohn in whi h to serv.' all the d.-vi's that tnaku ' for si-cial disorder. I Till-: COSi'KL (F IIATK. I I "Mr. f:ty.-n is pleaching th gosp. 1 of hate. Voi, ing that, he appeals to the envious, tie- oisc. -lit. nted. the improvi dent, the inc., n. . lent.- and the un Wot till Sa inn. llragg iug to idle. Il l I I .-r . M r. I TV . The words aptly ii. h the otic Irjan and ..r lb. ed in lay ;i his f. protect len-ra ! s arpiy llowing: 'And in and . -vol c.-ry on ell-. I . I caio- a i "Itui w -n. i .i. ; iv a was Ul i r c.l- that was in d- Id. thai was diseolitcllte.l g ltd les. U . s 1 1 m l o him. and h captain l rr tllcin. ,..rse slid, he en I- a vols t" 1 1 e nd n.-iulil gainst fiiciid. neighbor a r. family against family g- in-i S- '- ti.-i agai'ist section, ac-l n iiion ag lillS: nilioii. II loak--:- th - always lallg.-r-oiis a pp-a I to'trie.-vil ia loimaii nalio'e His p. -' ilhit ions are Pox. rs. and his I propaganda is l.i.xer. lie spaks no c u u ra g -1 1 ! -n ' to the unsuccessful, but tells him to lav the blame at th- door, of his more fortunate neighbor, and lien lo vote t-.-lnc.lv is to ataek bill.! I He invariably speaks of creditors as' iiiereik-os creditors.' and to 111" debtor lie t-achis that bis fiind who has loaned, him money or liusl-'d him is j his enemy. When a man fails and be-j comes desHndent. he dots not seek to i ! inspire him with th? American spirit I of prcsevera nee; he does not appeal to' him to in- up and doing an i to try 1 again, but he tells him to stop trying. j and that the remedy is lo pull d-ovn the; more successful. i "Where is the intelligent citizen who i believes in bis Pearl that bis r. publi-j tan neighbors are not as gfd Ameri-; : cans and as good patriots as hiii'S- lf?. ! And ji I in connection witli his making j ii charge that the republicans ,1' man. I-j d a larger army fan increase, by the way, that w:ts vol-. I for by the Pry. in! ! men of th- s'liate. and carri--d in the : house with a minority vol- of but :::'.). f ; he has r p-aledly si. I in his public sp-cclios. :is he sail at Indianapolis. I " 'Why do i hey want il. So ihat Ile-y-lean built a f nt near i very large - iiy, and us.- the army to suppr, -ss by for t llle .lis ..Milll ia ollghl to be cHl c li by remedial legislation.' ! "This from a can. Ii. bit- for th,. pr. si-j icnov i.r the Unit-. I States, using all. the power of bis elo.pi.-iic- to cai ry '. coin i.-li-n. es.eciaily to our foreign, born w orUinguie.i. whose ot.-s he so-! licits. ! "What int. Ilig. nt ci:i. n. I.e. ing his : lotlnlry. with a stak- in hone-, in faoi-; ily. or in (iropcriy. how.-v-i great his sympathy for ih- unhappy Po-ts.! W ould, if he could, il l'..' b id h's gov- ; eriinieni itggr.-ssi . eiy iui.-rf.-ie f-r t heir prop et Ion at th.- i isk ..f war w ii h : l-.-:.l Ittil .ill'.' .. s ej-; Mo ;e. ... Will.--.! We bill but for hoi; want ih- friendship ..fail nations:: Ilow. as ev ready.' to 1, w .- slant 'a I p.-ac a ! i I- w i : h a ny of l li-m of oar t. irit..i. th--a nd I h- pr.-l-.-i ion of tile inte-iity r of our tl ig A m.-rica ns l iously it man to tii I iv 7 verve. hce. a.-ks that j.. st w i: h 1 1 iw . Who t! in this Till-: I'PV i il IMPKRI LISM. " 1 m. i i a ! i s 1 1 1 Th 1 lleoly or lir g'lV- ralii' law. cannot - in substitit - pu .Mini. nt. lixe.l in . be changed in form less our i otign from the p.-opl. s. with its house fr-sh and th- supi'. ni- c.-in i or the Unit.-d St the executive In a tes. tit-- pa ri i s w h the 1 1 asottah'c i on written constitution. ' of our syst-iii of its sheet anchor, is spiracy. With a tiie unique f.atut governmcnl. and that great court at Washington, r.-- moved by law from partisan of its establishment i-ntli -ts and fr. ai the influoin-e of popular eianior. v. hose chief and executive function is to con strue that constitution and its dislribu- tion of iower .and which can say t th- congress 'thti ; far and no further.' 1 1 and to the chief executive 'thus far all no farther.' "This talk about Mespoiistn pots." and 'airs of eastern p tin- exercise of 'royal powers and 'des. t-iitates. 'ovei n- iiiK without the consent of I lie piv-t-rneii." "KinsT C-orsre the Third.' and the like, is not all n-w in respect to tie- Sovernmont "1 unorKanizeo lerrtioi ies i of the I'nite.l States. All thes- idiraSi s I and epithets were us-d and applied to Jefferson and liis, administration of the newly aeuuiteil Tuislaiiii purchasu! tinder tip- bill fiemxl by him n I drawn ly -Mad-ison. The same is practically true of Florida, when, following tlu Jefferson, pi eeed'e'nt. ius i aovernment was debated. An amemlnient provid ing that all the principles of the con st itui ion be 'declared to be applicable to the said territory as paramount acts' was votil ilown. Webster indorsed the fame theory as to Florida in "lint these populists and Doxers set up a sort of Joss and then desecrate our saints' calendar by labeling it S-d. Jefft rson. "The Philippine tiiiosliori is a problem to be solveil by the con ress so far as the whole territory is conierned. II may be determined to withdraw the Il.iir as in Cuba. l-ut in no place oti eaiih must that Has he hauled down' it:; I.-r lire." AMERICAN BIDS IN AFRICA English Rollinc: Stock Builders Dis counted in Time and Price. :- Town. o.t. -"v Th.-Wit w a lers- i rind pro Id mim s. r.'H'iritig rolling sto-k ! for i ial. pi. i. c.l an order for fifti-eti jh.-avy lo omoiiv-s witii Lriiish matiu J facturers last August. Two lenders for j n;ore than trucks were receive,! I fr .in the larg-.-t Itritish an 1 American j factories th.e America it i-r.dei- being tar more t a or.t tie m p.-int of price I iiiekiK ss of delivery. Tin- mining iiidiiFtry .1... in; ill- Kriiisli. from i'.ritisli them a fu.th: the expense of most anxious io fax'or ille.l for fresii tenders :i::i r. ufa el urei s. giving o;e,ot t U!i:y, f ven at i.iluab'e time. Tie- Ainei i- in tenders lb- more .-..l-a.'ilageoij--' or. I . is for s- enty-1 iir trucks a t- In iug plac c.ving lo suitability f til.' si : -eg a.H ice of I h re still inn. h N.-Vi ri lle:ess 11 it b c tom in Kngland. sign and ' militarv -ail- way aath i i; i.-s w .ho have t.roaiise so lend their own trucks in order to coun terbalance the lale Dritish delivery orders for l.;. bottom iiischarge trucks have been plae l in America. The lirilish firms in South Afri-a ar ad anxious to favor Lritish trade bu; I be iitaiiufact .iters must be more ener getic .and realize th necessity of cheaper and ou'ek. ; work, liine being often of p.iiaoi ,unt imp .l ian.- wixckii a k.m:i;ixc, thikf. IC.IIl-a I'iiv, I. I P.ltrolm; Huntsman t .k a .- ai a ll.-.inu thi on Wynnd.,: t,- str .i n ar F.hm:i ia t liiulit. and hit bis mrn. -though no feiiottsly tioiigii I., s-iop him. Patrol un n ) i .mi sin a n a iug ,Vya lid i id Ph'-iuu w re walk I .-'I.vct when the. oil! of a 11 a ll"V c-j r .- a i- t .v.-i in, n coin, lying I:'. ivy bun.li. : t r I il- tv. .. w !i i ll'-s and ran.. Th cat.-'i thfln. Marte :h ir -ni i d af. .p I ni.- WANTS MKMPHIS SIP d'S. Fort Sc,,tt. Ka-.. i-ct. "s Port Scott wiil sud a eoarimiuco of Tjejiitess unit to Kansas: City for tile purpose ot ob l4iliitiir Ih - g'-n ral Kansi.-. 'ity. Fort S-o-tt ii M-mphis shops. W. W. COOK HOME Arrived at 11 O'clock Last Night Af ter a Terrific Ride. Mr. W. W. Cook, father ot" Joseph 'ook. an a.coiinl of uli.i sa l d.-iilh appeared in yesterday's issue, reached home at II o'clock ast night, after a record-breaking Horseback and buggy ride from the lang- on Sijuiiw creek. lM-yoiid bis ranch. K boil II lint ingioii. who left h-ve with :i l.u-gy after Mr. ' ...k a: :' o'clock Saturday night, nniw.l at .la-k Cibson's raii.-h ,,u X.-vv Riv. r. forty utilis distant, at 1l' ::o Sitti-l iy inornt'ig and put his l.-iiio up lo rest. 'har-s l'ais. who fo.,u- l.im.in ho s'oack. l-.-iieile.l' thete al.olll Ii leek Sutlday I'l'Ti iug. Alter ;i feu- mini! i.-s' r-.-i I .i is pushed ., j,, fook's ranch on npp.-r N-w Rii.r. a disian. f twi n y mil. s. hoping t., iiiid Mr. '....k b-fore I,- went out f-r his day's ri ling on throng-. In this he was disappoint, d. so lie 1 lessi-d oil over the hills till he call! to "dr. Cook'.- hoi-- le-i ler. H- took ih le rs- border's job and 'h- latl.-r went on ai'i.r Mr. ' .k. He found him ai a st'-'dav aft.-i-n- l w . io;.-s from th- ran.-Ti c.l lit.- s l. message. Mr. '....k -tarried foi I. us. but dug the row .nd rode as rapidly a. :i w fttl t rait, reaching hour r.tij a ha'f. n -olintiy well remark. an ordinary i id.-r con house and !at- but Is i f.W ul: 111.. !oS ho p iSSiilie oC- til) his house iii an who knows ih. I last night th u tunes half a .lav in crossing that trail. Six ..'do, k hist evening found lii.n tit J ihso;:'?:. .-.nothi-i- twenty lnibs n-arer ban-. .Mr. i i;:ii' ington's l-a'n was ii r a lin. ss and they set out at ..n -. ;iri i ing h.-t ill 11 o'clock list night, as liot.-l at-iove. covering ill- hisi f..it-mil-s in 1-ss than live b cars. Tois niiid a total of eighty miles for Mr. Cool; iti seven and a half hours, a put -f the way over ii frightful r...i.i. -Mr. Cook, of course, was great!- dis tress.) over the news, but b-.re his Sorrow manfully. His arrival was too l.i Ie last night for ill- perfection of funeral arrangeiie nts. but th -lely has be n i-mhulm: d and it may he pos-sibl lhal i In- fun. ral will be de layed several days l..ng r to await th ai rival of Mrs. Cook's mother from Indiana. Tiie servi.es will be cti -ducted by th pastor of .the Presbvt-r-ian church, of which Mrs. C. ok is a m-mber. and wh re Joseph was pp at- - nda til. A NOTABLE CONVERT!' Henry E. Davis of Washington . Talking For McKmfey Defends Republican Positioa as to Trusts, and Charges Br) an With Iasincerity In Harmony With Republican Principles. Washington. c't. iS. Hon. Harry 13. Davis, a life-Ions democrat and former United States attorney for the District of Columbia, by apiointmeni of c! rover i 'leveland; who cnaaiptoned Mr. Me- Kinley on the inon-y issue in the last! caoipaign. has d.-tiued himself as a ". oust it ulioiinl democrat." in fu'.l ac-I cord and harmony with all the leading: policies and doctrines of the republican ! parly, nn the iiiesiion of trusts, of! militarism, of hnp'-rialis'in. of finaiie , he agrees with MeKinley and the re publican platform in every respect and disagrees ill ev-ry restwet with ltrau and the democrats of today. In discussing .jinpaign issues today he said: "Trusts cine in first. He iMnild not stop, to give a d' tiniiien f-r trusts. U cl uing that he had excellent pi. i c !( nt f-r not doins; so. He .oint?d out that the dom.ieralic p.alf n.n, while d. tiotin. ins tln-m, liad failed lo define what il ni.-ant by trusts. He submitted evidence, the purport of whhh was to convict the democratic party of insin cerity in dealing with the iiuesiion of trusts and their supprt ssioti. II- sub mitted the proposition, first, that the iiali mcl congress could nly reach the trusts win ti their op --ration extended across stat- lines and thereby came under th" he.'.d of intetstate commerce. He lited decisions by the supreme court in show that congn ss was pow erless to reach a manufacturing trust that d I i:o engage In transportati in aer.,ss sta:. did engage de. -hire I th ad mate re bor.I rs. For trusts that in interstate coiiiniPrc. he Sherman law of lS'.m was n-.ly. H- recited a decision of the supreme court. In w hi. h it had b-eu expressly stated that this law had been framed with a full under standing of the powers wi h which mn- I gress is endowed. Tiie suppression of s - vetai iailwiy c.itid.inat ions and the i stc, I rail p. ol. under the operation of i tiiis law. h- pointed out. was sufli ieiil i e id-n-e of its eff.olKc.iC.-g. j I pen i ii.; show iug made he based this j eoiielnsioii: "I '..tigress was eiiip .werej j by :h( constiiutioi! to j.-nl witli ti usts w iieii in ib.-ir oi i at i-.us lin y cr.issed j the borders ..r states. Under this grant J I'.'W.-r th- i-epiiliii. .,,s ,ass.-d ! liie Sherman law. whi.li was as e..m j I'b-le and effective as slrllili- could be j mad-. Trusts or.-iatii g iihiu the ; sliilt.e. could not he rra. bed by I lie con gn s becaus - of Hi- coos'! i. utMVial t.fo- vif-ion tiiai th- stales sinll have the right to rgulat. th ir inlei neciiie af fairs. The t-. liie.lj-. ti.eli. was in a on s: itttiioiial amendii! -in conferring upon tie- con-r.ss tlu- ...w,,- ii n-nv lacks.! Th- i-t pillili.-ans had pl opes. d sti-h iiul amend. itent : the democrats had pre vented its submission bv eon-ress lo i he stiif. s. White demanding- that con gress should .lei! with th,. trusts, th democrats ha 1 blocked the only pos sible measure t-y which oi-.nsi-rSs could fram power io do t-o. Tiiersfore of the charge tliat il fostered trusts the re publican party stood acquit ted." CATTLKM.VN- ItOBiJ.'JD Of 2..i). I eoUih MeAltster, 1. T.. Oel. , .'harle.s Smith, a prominent, caltleman j of .SotHIi Canadian, tvas held up hy two j n?srro-s between tint pla.ee and Ku ; f.iula l ist nigiu ami robbed of ab .u! .". The money was not oMain.Tl. lio.v. vcr. without a sever- strugtle. in v, hicii Smith was sever-ly wounded. A posse has be n scouring the ouiitry today wi.It tii- result that on- negro is now in jail ai 4-rufaula and it is strong ly beli. -.. J he is on- ..r th.- highway men. AMBITIOUS LITTLE JAPS Dwarf Empire Would Hold Balance of Power in the Orient. ' Yokohama, o. t. i:s. Tb- a.- --sioii of Mariuis ito to power was ce i.. by tii- ii uic press general!..- with a spirit f coii-rr.nula! ion. esp - iallv in i-w of th- rising f 'ilig thai J .,.an n-.-ds h. r sirotig.-s- man a; the ii-iiii just now- ia order to enable her to as.-, i t b.-r rights. The iiillti. lit ial papers a re .ta.noriiig for :i strong foreign poj. y. They favor loill.il. g the most of Japan's ex pa n.i.-.t iiriiiam.tii in holding th- balance ,,f power in th.- orient. It is fell tha inl'i s- diHieiilty ,1 -lllousi l a led w.-i.-n powers ss-iltially Weak. Hie the laltse they ar- n-t 'e "e a.id .-iianol lei Ja: erf liol tny.hi-i , III-- pow.-i r,i! f.. ing on t he sp.t wit h a P n. I . it.. and in .' ot h iif i i til lef. Iv uuin.ite ih : i i .-. 1 1 l'l.'AM K A N I RI "SSI Ai' T. Vienna. .:. '. 'olitiSch" eotresp "ran.-- an 1 Pus ccep! Ih- nglo-l v ii indent ia ll.x b--ltl 1 5-iai iiilicial asserts that .biidcl to n tr-aty. RUSSIA. N T T hind::' -V- Tile l -l iill. oel. 1 ile Ii. !: rli: publishes an inspiic.l arii- Ie io. ay !. ciiiriiig that the A ng lo-( e i tna i :tL-r . p.-i.t wiil in no way- ini, rf-re i; Russia's interests in Manchuria. MARY AI.M-.N DEAD. 'in i;in i: i. o., i let. -S. fn aim .st iestitiit,. . jr -iiinstan -es Mrs. Mary Al t' n .d today in Covingmn. Ky. A; one time she was the leading lade for J-s ph Jeff -rson in "Rip Van Winkle." f which her husband wis th- dra 'f.tr' Sit. ai-o -!:y... v. it U th : c!d-i th and Lawn no - Hariftt. and also witii JvHn McCullou-h. She was pen- ion-dlby Mr. Jeff, if on and received more; hly a certain Finn from him. 1 1 A V K XO IMCMT Tlllilli:. Ktati-j; May Xot Serve I'loeC! :es-rvat ions. Military I Washinglxii. .,.-t. L'S. The attorney tr-nerul has given his opinion to the soiteliirj of war that state authorities have Ho bfral right to enter military reservai ions eded to the I'niled States for the pin pose of serving pnx'esses, either civil or criminal, unless tho eiale f-edinp such reservations reserve to itself that right. KOHBEl) IX DAYLIGHT. Kansas City. Oct. fS. Thieves en ter d- lite house of F. C Cahoon, tit J01Z WaahitiKton stn;t yesteiMay af t tnoon while the family was absent and stole many articles of value. They gaiied an entrance hy etitling a hole through 111 cellar do-r and then forc ing an inside d or. Th-y s-.-t-tirPil about $S in cash, nwo small diamond rings, an opal tint?, a bra-eld and articles of jewelry. STOPS A WAR RUMOR. M i.- uinli rstamMng and fioumania r. I ivfi n Uulgaria t n Settled. .Sofia. Oct. L'S. A t t h' opening of 1 11 sobranje today Prince Ferdinand pre dicted that the difficulty betw.en mil iaria and Roumania. gr.-.wing out of tile Kilter's d. man. is for the suppres sion of the Maced.miati revolutionary cuannitt! e. is soon to be settled THE PRINCE WAS SNUBBED Eohenlohe Tells Why He Resigned the Chancellorship. Pcrlin Oct. Pi ince Hohcnl he, in conversation with a representative of s. made some int.-r-rcgar.liug liis res haiieellorship. Al- the Associated Pie esiing statements ignation of the though expressing himself with great caution, he cited as the principal rea son for resignirg the fact that he ha 1 noted for somt lime a growing desire to ignore him on important occasion?. He admitted that his increasing deaf ness had made it annoying for Fmiieror William to converse wilh him. While the prime would not say precisely what recent ocasion particularly empha- I sized this inclination to ignore him. he j asserted that this was the I.iimediate j cause for going to Hamburg with the ! xvriiien t-i'MUest to relinouisb bisotlicial nureens. i ills, lie said, he presented in pison lo Fmperor William, who seemed astonished. Inn w ho replied that in view of the advance. I age of the in-ine- h- wojiM no' -.p. h'm o re- coniiocr it. -t also appears that his parting with' th- kais"r was nfftction ato, ;,,! iilat ,oih remain on good terms. -o BACK FROM NOME D. Turner Is Not a Knocker Eut He Is Through With Nome. D.-Turu r has r turned from Nome "iiy. Ho siiys it is a beautiful jdic , but h" do-n't want to live in it, and he has a rti!! grvut av Moil to dyiu-; there, so h came hone-. He says it is I an excell nt place for Foiue people to make money, but -h? noticod that for The most part when one man made a dollar another on.; .s.t it. The only exceptions were those who found Hie right kind of sand and -worked it to a limVh before the court officials and jumpers got onto it. The bpfu-h. he thinks", is pretty well worked out or hopelessly ti d up in lit igation, but he says the hack country is 'nil of crc-ks that are itndoiibtedly ri.-h in Hi. precious m-tal and Ihat will in thir own good time give up for mat s to many. Asked alionl th- opixirriiitity for a winking man. hu said that during? the slimmer there w- re fuf f.cuple thure and h.- estimated ilut Ih- r- w re ali-uit im jobs in the camp. Tin- other ::".' w.-ri- working each other. 'I'he popula tion is inn- niiicli smaller, as ti was g n. -rally .bclicv d lhal only nh mt t.nco would w in', r there. He says th re are n-'V.- many galvapio.l ina in tie- camp and some that a to I.'- fiec-proof. I"- (l.e-pi..f. but lumber now is wti to $i;o p . thousand and many d a-e putting up fnmt- l.uiidiiigs and d -i ft .limes art belt r twin 'have hereto serting t h-ir t. ills. Tin- postoili. c is in j far lie-. ii attained, timl the iU.irtelle ii Iv.o-stoiy building. Th - gr.at fciirlat the I'resbyt rian church, an 1 chorus is of lire .i n. it is fre.pi -ntly proiict-d cii. ir at the M.-tho.list ehun h are pro thai the camp will suf!" r from a dis- iding music which is fully up to th- ;. st. r of -this kind b. for. the w inl -r is past ing til- It is i.e. von. I telling what suflei lay f .Mow big lire tie r during i int-r. As to the corl of living, ho says pri s etiv fall: n a gnat d. :il. :yn.l lef ae il left, a p...r man's m al of haniburg ! st. :ak. br ad. butt r. ctTee and b.-ans I .1.1 t... i... a r.... --. ..- -.o ,-..i.- 'ri,. t- are lots of fresh water li-h obtainable and of ,.--!l,-n: quality. Many pre dict that the provision supply would be exhaust. 1 bt fore spring, but he was not prepared to exp T'.ie native Indians horrently HlOiy and mostly i th. ir limit extreme povel'ty. Ii ss an opinion. V- fays, are ab repulsive, owing I bill of fare and n -ition-.l m ist of th th- Phoenix people there and says y are cith- r doing wa ll or living in hope of striking it rich in the spring. of course he was asked if he got rich and lik most e. those reiuriiing. replied iii the negHiive, ami th next qii'.-s.-i m natu.al!;.- was if Ji-1 w:us svirry he went. To this he said emphatically, "N i, of mrse I'm not. I didn't get rich. bul I've been leading a butt illy life. Talk about. your seaside resorts: why. it's all s a side up ther:' and there -are Ihree miUs of resorts. It's worth any mail's time and ni.m -y to s.-e what 1 have seen and tnjoy the varied sensations of the Alaskan adventurer. Nome is all right, bill it m-els t be developed." BOERS ARE ACTIVE Have Big Force Ready For Mobilization ATTACK POLICE PATROL Capture Guns and Inflict Heavy Los sesAustralian People at Vic toria's Feet and Anxious to Give Her Title as Queen of Australia. Churchill Stands by Charges Against Lord Eosslyn. London. Oct. Ix. A dispatch to flio Daily Mail from Cap- Town says a force of Boer attaexl a patrol of Cape police mar Hoopestad, Orange Riwr colony, Wednesday. The police were compelkd to abandon two Max ims, list seven killed-, eleven woundid. and fifteen capture. J; Jjut were rein forced by Yiomanry and succeeded in Kitting away with the convoy. The Mail's corresonden-t adds that the Lo rs have 1.1.0P0 men 3n the field, nearly half of whom are In Orango Kiver colony, divided into commands of -00 each which th-y are able t mobilize rapidly for larger operations when necessary. CHURCHILL STANDS PAT. Loud in. Oct. 2S. The solicitors of Winst in Churchill have written the solicitors of the Earl of Rosslyn. I -clitving in the n-ame of Mr. ChuiVhill to withdraw or apol agize for Mr. Churchill's s:atemrnt at the recent banquet of the Pall Mall dull, that Lonl Rosslyn, in dispaU'hes and letetr from South Africa, had libeled British officers and mad assert! ins that were nothing short of falsehoods. XEW TITLli FOR VICTORIA. Pydney, Oct. William St. John Lyne, premier and treasurer of New South Wales, timing a speech 1p re to day said: "The tempi r of the Austral ian people was never so affoctinnato toward the mofher countT.v as now. It has be -ti sugg sttd lii-ally that lu r majesty s-hould assume the title of tiuceii -f Australia. To me it s-eins a. go.hl proposal. Indeed. 1 nhitik h r majesty mig-lit well be approach-d with a vi iv to her assumption J 'the till.- of empress of the Rr Irish empire, thus embracing a" colonics and de pi ndtnti. s." I.KSS SKA LSK I NSTH AN LAST Y KA R Victoria. I'.. C.. I'M. 2S. During the season just -chisel thirty-four sealing schooners look li'i.'Kiil skins in B. hring s-a. which is s.(hki 1. ss than last year, taken tiy twenty-five sehoom-re. The sprmg schooners took H".5l7 skins on the Coast, brinioiig the toUl for the season up to ill, 51 7. POSTAL CLERKS IN UNION. Chicago. Oct, 28. Tin; poritodirc clerks of Chicago have ntured tlu ranks of the trades unionists, aflilial ilifr tihems- Ives with the American Fed eration of 1-a.bor. rr8Ctically all ot the 1.4hi pojftoltice pnipl iy s in Chi cago are incKcT.-d in th- movement. ANENT CHURCH MATTERS What Better Music Has Done in Two Instances. many w iks ago. it was suggest i the c iliimns of this paper Ihat r iiiu.-.ie would, to a great d-nree, is. interest in tiie services at tlu: e.i i bet t inert local church s. To prove I'hat the the ory was correct it is only nci-essary t buildings at ten.! I'll morning or evi ning sei vie-beli-v-d I iit eith. r tile Fii-s.t Pr sbyteri-an or the First Methodist church. AI isi.'li of ill s- pla.es of worship the musical ! standard, and in.le. 1 inui'h better than is I be found- in many mctropolitati churi-h-s. Al both churches the con gregations, on . v ry Sahbatli ar.- huge enough to (ill ei.'li ediflc." to the over flowing point ami th- pastors give full credit lo the music, in its capacity as a draw ing card. At the Meth.Hlist church preparations. Iiave he. n mad - to still further extend th- musical features and an orchestra,! to be und.r the direction of Professor S'.iaw. is being formed ami will lie usjd in the Sabbath school. Th R v. Dr. Halsey of th- Baptist ciiur-h is another believer in good mush- in religious serviei-s and Is planning f r a si rnf m Uhui that sub ject, to be d-clivcre l next Sunday even ing. Th- R:V. Frank Lmsdale of Raton, N. M., filled the pulpit at the Presby terian church last evening in the ab sence of Dr. McAfee. At the morning service Mrs. Sloan and Dr. Norton rcn d. r. d a duet ami in the evening Miss Palmer sang "Come Unto Me" (Klein.) The services al the First M. K. church on yetHi rday were well attend ed loth morning ard evening. Tip eh li tis choir under Jhe It adorship of .Mrs. Rodgers is growing in favor Willi the eongregation. and in real ielpful mss t- the members of the ehoir. At the -los; of the morning service six united with the church by certificate.