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M PHILIPPINES WAR
KecMM terini by Small Parties ef Amer
kai Settlers Conllnues
ATTEOTS TO MEET THE ENEMY FAILED
American Troop Occnpr 1roilnce
of B l n Trnnport City ot
1nrn Arrived
Manila August 11 610 p m Recon
noltoriug by small parties continued today
Two unavailing attempts wero made to get
in contact with tho enemy Tho American
troops occupy Cullulet Santa Rtta Bacolor
and Ouagua No further engagements have
tnken place The rains havo recommenced
The wounded are toeing brought to Ma
nila
Washington August 11 General Otis to
day cabled the war department as fojl
lowsManila
Manila August 11 Cllj of Para ar
rived Private Cosley Urea comTmny A
Twontyfourth died at sea Shorlihw sails
today Otis
CIIICUIAR TO VOLUNTBEHS
WnutK Information of the Wiir In
the lMilllnnlnuR
Washington August 11 Secretary
Hitchcock and other government oftlclnla
In this city have received copies of a cir
cular signed by Edward Atkinson which
the author savs has been or will bo sent
to tho commissioned and noncommis
sioned officers of each returning regiment
of troops from tho Philippines together
with copies of pamphlets containing arti
cles on the Philippine situation from an
antiimperialist point of lew The circu
lar Is dated Boston S headed
August
Tho AntiImperialist and Is addressed
to the survivors of the volunteer regi
ment returned from Manila
Mr Atkinson sa > s that having been in
formed that telegraphic messages from
tho mothers and slitcrs of volunteers from
Nebraska urging them not to roenllst
had been refused delivers he thought ho
would test that question He then re
counts his efforts to send throusli the
malls to prominent officials in tho Philip
pines the pamphlets seized by the postmas
ter nt San Francisco somo tlmo ago for
which the author of the circular sijs ho
was threatened with prosecution for
treason and sedition because of these ef
forts on my part to convey Information to
> ou fellow citizens and volunteers which
would inform jou as to the work being
done in this country to stop what we be
lieve to bo criminal aggression in tho
Philippines
Mr Atkinson adds that tho three arti
cles referred to viz The Co3t of a Na
Lieutenant Hazzard of General Wheat
staff with nm nit il
utYWfsjft > t it 3
a
f rnisoxEns rirr to death S
In nrrexe for he Kllltnir at
Htii Kepherr
ChlcitKo AnicnKt 11 A Chron
Icle apeclnl from HI Pnn dnjnt
JfCTTS wa received todny from
Monteinmn that when General
Torre learned thnt ltl
nephew Itnd been killed hy the
Ynqnln lie promptly ordered
that forty prlonera who lind
fallen Into hi liandn dnrlnir
the eiiRittcentent of three week
nico nhoiild be put to death
nnd the were nccorillnnlj
tnken out nnd hot Only
twenty Indian were killed In
the battle but the ofllolnl re
turn riivc It an nitty uccount
Inur forty person a killed In
buttle
wTrTnce nTriists
The Meeting In Chicago Will Be Well At
tended
STATE DELEGATES HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
TnrltT Quetlon Will Enter Lurjjely
Into the niacntlon of the
Conference
Chicago August 11 Tho commltteo on
arrangements for the conference on com
binations and trusts called by the Civic
redcration to meet In Chicago September
11 to 16 has decided to hold the regular
fiesslons In Central Music hall with two
nlgbt meetings at tho Auditorium
Of the thirtylive State delegations ap
pointed fifteen have been reported to tho
committee the rest being promised bo
Inltl Their Fine
Jefferson City Mo August 11
SIxtjeight of the oeventythrco In
surance companies havo paid their
fines of 100 each Sunday is tha
last day for the remaining cumpanle3
to pay In order to keep from belnc
ousted from the State under tho
provisions of the antitrust law
which they ran countor to in com
bining to fit the prico of insurance
tore tho 1st of September
Those received
tcdaj were
New York Chauncey M Depew John
G Carlisle Bourlte Cochran Trancls XI
tlonal Crime The Hell of War and Jts Thurber Ocorgo Hunton Henry White
Penalties and Criminal Aggression by Albert Shaw
Whom Committed art > Included in one Alabama fi Damer Mobllo Gordon
of the two pamphlets sent to the officers McDonald Opellka W W Quarlea Selma
of the regiments and he asks their views Wallace Haralson Fort Payne E M
upon thom and upon the whole coursruof Hngland Tuseumbla D B Comer Hlrm
the warfare In the Philippines promlsjng Ingham
If liberty Is given to print the letters and Tho other delegations Include William
to make a careful selection therefrom J Hryan of Nebraska J H Mnrshall aud
whether adverse to tho position I have h W Yotimans of South Carolina Morris
taken or sustaining It
AMERICANS TOOK S VA RITA
Troop Were Not Opposed file In
HiirKVUt iueuiitiiiK the Town
Manila August 12 140 a m Advices
from Callulet under date of August 11
state that General McArthur took tho
Ninth regiment a battalion of tho Twen
tysecond aud a detachment of the First
artillery to San Ulta near Uacolor on Frl
a special session bo devoted
imnh m m ent1Co ° ot i ho troops 0 tho ciuestlon of the rolatlon of protoctlva
iureentS ° P < the In tariff to trusts As lepresenatives ftom
hirt ThS6 n L thAmrlcna P tho Protective Tariff League of New York
nro h
SfTn mile In InnTnU I Vi 11 i ml th llono Mnrl ° t c ° Boston will
to wad wals Veen inhf at ° f m 501 be W > cnt to r = Pr ent tho tailff side ot
Ivere exhinilLi Tho troons will JHi tho q eatlon tho commltteo on airange
spend mDtits will recommend thnt Ihn tnllrr
the night at San Rita and Satut Xtlo coSrcS
proceed be
day
M Cohen president Little Hoelt hoard of
trade Judgo U M Itose Judge S II
Coekrell John M Moore etchalrman
democrat Slato committee and Diahop
ritzs raid frum Arkansas The attorneys
general and labor commissioners of twenty
States govemois scnalois cducttois
oftlcera of labor orgnnl7atlons mnnutac
turers assiciatlous aud industrial so
cieties of all sorts from all parta of the
country
Tho Tariff Kcform Letiguo of New York
nnked thnt
A number ot attoinovs goneral have been
invlled anil It Is expected that Attorney
ons n
uglment marched So the raHroaS 0onernl Crmv ot Mw l Joffowon Davis
into ot Arkansas and Attorney General Smith
Angeles A small fore o Insuruenta at
tacfed the scorn ouuido Z town and to question from an anU
Lieutenant Hurzard sent for p0nA of > ow
ments General Wheatons orders how A committco consisting of exComptrol
ovcr wore that the Americans should not ci mf U OomptiolI ir n S
occupy Angeles nnd a force of COO or 700 Lacc > Al G Uattlctt wholesalo hardware
Filipinos appoaring
retired
Lieutenant Hazzard
> nVKHYTllING LOVKLY
Ilcunlt of an Inv eNtlurutlon of Coin
nlulnU ut lliiiilta
Washington August 11 A report has
been received at the war department by
General John Smalley Inspector general
of tho second division of the Fourth army
corps in the Philippines covering tho
work ho has been doing between February
28 and Juno 30 Ho hai mado a number
of Investigations of chargeb against offi
cers whicn have appeared in tho United
states In one form or nnothor Most of
these charges havo been proved to bo with
littio foundation
In April an Inspection found things un
satisfactory owing to bad weather but
an Inspection recently mado shows that
the rations nro and for somo time havo
been excellent In all respects
I I It IM
ijvsuitGENTs nmvnv ohth
American Troop Arc In I > n t lon
of Providence of Iliilniui
Washington August 11 Goneral Otis
cabled the war department as follows to
day
Adjutant Genera
Manila August 11 McArthur has taken
possession of Santa nita reconnolterod
Berae Augeles and other points Insur
gents driven north Ono casualty yostor
day none today
CondltiouB bf roads make movement ol
stroops difficult but it la considered noecs
sary to open up this soctlon of the coun
try as Jt virtualy glvoa control of the
province ot Balaaa and relieves Inhabit
SWJfrv > Otls
Caldwell Oulllnsa
CajIdweJJ Texas August 11 The round
poned
ISM on1Mn
up this mornng Cotton
brisklysbout 150 bales hav
i WW it P J H w vj4 up to date The outlook
4 4u WJ < stb onorppontbeupUnds Js fair
khti ti ffiMag BMWsrQ Bryan of Brenham waa
fMWW ilbt tt tao ron legal business
WA iMrfMcFi rl ndrcpresenting tho Dt
doing the
Dorsey
tnoirhnnts Harry P rtobliihon editor of
tho Hallway Ago D K Clink ropresont
Ing tho commercial travelers John M
Stahl occretnry of the Farmers National
congress Geotgo Preston sectotary In
ternational Association of Machinists
Paul J Maas exorganizer American rod
oration of Labor nd Prof Graham Tavlor
Is having the answers analyzed and the
results put in form by Trot David Klnloy
of tha Illinois Stnto university
rim duck roMiiixrs
Pimm for 1n niifimlrntlon Siild to
He Complete
Chicago August II TIih Record says
Plana for the organization of a combina
tion to control the manufacture of cotton
duck goods aro practically consummated
Announcement will be mado In a few days
of tho successful financiering ot tho new
company to bo called the Mount Vernon
Woodbury Cotton Duck company But
like most ot tho Industrials recently organ
ized tho capitalization of this company Is
to include no preferred stock iisuo but In
stead will consist of u slnglo stock Issue
amounting to about J25000000 Th > now
company will control about 00 per cunt
of tho cotton duck production ot the
United States Tho promoters of tho com
bination nnnounco It is not the Inten
tion ot the promoters of ho new company
to ndvanre prices although prlcco of eomo
lines may bo readjusted to secure a more
oven basis
A llrnUeiumi Killed
El Paso Texas AugUBt llv The re
mains of Fred W Ituckman a brskeman
killed last night ot Marfa wero brought
hero tcday for Interment Ruckman was
run over by a flat car while switching in
the Marfa yardrf He seived as sergeant
of Hunts company of immune nurlng tho
SpauUh war and today tho flag in tho
Plata was flying at half staff In his honor
FoHitlit it Draw
New York August 11 George Dixon the
colored feathcrweUht champion nnd Eddie
Santrv of Chicago met tonlcht before the
Droadwav Athletic club for twenty
rouuds at
town to Jf3 rounds and Referee Johnny White de
dared th bout a draw The club houso was
one Hitchcock fJowIel t ° Its limit nearly 6000 otrsous be
th v wlirhe lnlLrS KKS1 Dixon out un a uarno exhibition
trm
ivwi
DOMESTIC
Five lyncblngs four by whites nnd one
by negroes occurred
Tho circular Issued by Edward Atkin
son to tho returned volunteers from tho
Philippines asking their views on the
warfare now being waged is being con
sidered by the postal authorities for trans
mission by mall
The American zinc companies have re
fused to enter the proposed nuropcan trust
which is being formed
Mayor Woodward of Atlanta has decided
not to resign even conditionally
The South continues to lead In the num
ber ut new textile factories
A Chicago man tried unsuccessfully to
kill himself with whisky a sword and by
fire
KouciGrt
A German stoamer has arrived at Dela
Roa Bay with cartridges and other war
supplies for tho Transvaal and active
preparations are being made to move
troops from India to South Afrlch
The storms In tho West India Islands
were far more destructive to proportj and
life than glvon in early reports and the
teoplo aro suffering for want ot food
Kl Tiempo a clerical organ at the City
of Meilco says tho United states aro the
common enemy of all nitlons on this con
tinent and advises tho Lntln American na
tions to unite for common defense
The aecret sessions ot the Dreyfus court
martial havo been concluded
fOLlTIOAfc
Governor Altgeld will make a speech lu
New York September 1 which will con
tain some sensational features
National administration villi do all It
can to elect Nash gocrnor of Ohio
Governor Slone announces unequivo
cally that h9 Is for Bryan for tho presi
dency
Tho Van Wyck boomers at Saratoga aro
working veiy hard to get the Judgo out
Uawley Is said to desire ono populist
ctiBUs supervisor in Texns Green and
firanl oppose
A tour of Kentucky by Ilrjan and other
prominent democrnts will bo made lu the
interest of Ooebel
VVASlltlSOlO
lawley Is said to deslro the appoint
ment of a populist ccasui supervisor in
Texas
Itoport of tho commissioner of pensions
shows a sllgot decrease In tho number of
pinBloncrs
COllJinilCIAti
Cotton futures advanced 5CtSHC4a lu
Liverpool and It to 11 polnti on this sido
6ots wero advanced nt all places
Wheat advanced on the bullish govern
ment crop report corn oats and pro
visions closed n shado higher
Tho stock market drifted aimlessly and
without material change
Tho demand for cattle and sheep con
tinues good hogs are weak
Duni aud Bradstreets rovlewa of the
markets show a continuation of expansion
lu business
Tiiituu vissnis avhuckbd
Entire Crew of Tim ot Them Wero
Drowned
Vancouver B C August 11 Details ot
the loss of the three vessels In Australian
waters aro brought by tho steamer Mio
wora The bark
S iWiSl iBVoOB letedanflt1iey Excelsior I
of her
eight
r
totally wrecked off Rockingham Captain
Lindsay and her crow of ten men wore
drowned
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j 991519 PENSIONERS j
Only a Slight Decrease Shown in the Number for
the Past Year
Special to Tho Post
Washington August 11 Tho report of Commissioner of Pensions Evans
for the fiscal year ended June 30 last shows total disbursements of 138253923
leaving a balance of 1857188 In the treasury out of 110000000 appropriated
I Tho total number of pensioners on the rolo Juno 30 was 901510 a decrease at
2195 Thcro wero 4Q991 names added to tho roll and 43186 dropped Tho re
port shows that tho pension roll is decreasing Of those droppod 34315 wero
because of death nnd 8841 bocauso of romarrlagc minors attaining their majoj
lty failure to claim pension and other causes
J Undor tho general law there wero 1412 claims filed and 3024 allowed There
were 6184 original widows claims filed and 4215 allowed Tho war with Spain
brought a total of 16986 claims of which number but 295 havo been allowed
Under tho act of Juno 27 1890 original Invalid pensions to the numbor of 6860
wero filed and 20611 allowed Thcro wore 13845 original widows claims Under
i this act filed and 12185 granted Out of 34330 applications for Increase under
tho general law 22460 wore granted and out of 31770 applications for In
crease under tho net of 1890 25603 wero granted A recapitulation shows that 2
out of a total of 111387 claims niod 89054 certificates wero Issued During tho
i year sixtythree attorneys wore disbarred ten suspended two dropped and one
application for admission to practice revoked Tho total number of attor 2
noys standing disbarred for July 1 1899 is 1163
SUMMARY OF TODAYS IMPORTANT NEWS
THE PHILIPPINES
Otis reported the arrival at Manila ot
the transport City of Para with troops
An officer held as a prisoner in tha
Island ot Luzon Is supposed to bo Major
Rockefeller who disappeared soveral
months ago
American troops now occupy tho prov
ince of Balaon
fAT
Texas papers aro copying an article
anent noaltloiiB ot Governor Saycrs and
Attorney General Smith on trusts which
Is based on error caused by sensational
correspondents
Tho tax commission Is giving much at
tention to a proper basis of taxation but
has run against some constitutional bar
to carrying out some plans
The election of a president ot tho State
university Is still In abeyance though
there arc a number ot applicants
A large number of smallpox suspects
have been placed in detention camp near
Waxahachie
Frank Demel was fatally Injured In a gin
near Hallctsvllle
J B Buxton a lawyer of Waco sui
cided by cutting his throat with a razor
Stcnmshlp St Oswald will next Monday
go up to Port ArtMir through the ship
canal nnd load for Liverpool
Thq Pago murder case on trial In Shelby
county Is now In the hands of the Jurj
The fire at Dallas resulted In a loss of
over a quarter ot a million dollars worth
cl property No ono was killed or seri
ously Injured
Land Commissioner Hogan gained much
valuable Information on his recent trip to
Northwest Texas concerning State lands
llcport ot tha board of survey on the
purchase of tho bark Ttazcto has beeu
made to Goirernor Snyers Dr Blunt wilt
make a aatemeut today
Soveral business buildings wero burndl
at Granger loss between 5000 and 10000
Insuranco 500
Habeas corpus hearing of tho alleged
Ijnchcrs of the Humphries has been
brought to a close
sport
Two games plajcdln tho National leagus
wero both shutouts m
Tiie favorites lauded at St Louis
RAILROAD
Receiver Fordyco of the Peegco explains
his position In the present agitation con
cerning Western iics
Tour work trains aro now on tho Sabluo
and Kust Texas extension
Itallroid commissioners recommend a re
vision of tho interstate commerce law
tOCAU
Tho completo list of creditors of W D
Cleveland Co
Those who pay city taxes on as30
monts of 50C00 nnd over according to tho
new roll
Something as to rice culture at Ray
wood
Tho flro chief has stopped tho work on
the Bojle building on Slain street
Ulghty men thug far recruited at Hous
ton for tho Thirtythird regiment
I THE SOUTH IS WAKING UP
Continues to Lead in the Construction of Textile
Factories
fRnecIal to Tho Post
Boston August U Tho American Wool and Cotton Reporter says Tto
tlrst half of the jenr 1899 has slightly surpassed tho last half ot 1S9S In tho
number of new and proposed tcxtllo enterprises entered Into in the United
Stntes Thus tho total number of now enterprises launched in tho first six
months of this iear was 116 against 107 tho Inst half of 1898 and 155 In tho
first halt of 1898 Tho South continues to lead In now mill construction and
the number ot new enterprises compo res very favorably with those of any
previous year for a long tlmo The number of now enterprises In the North
Is considerably greater than for tho Inst half of 1898 but it la decidedly less
than that of tho first half ot that yea r Tho record of enlargements and
Improvements shows up very favorably as compared with last year The tcx
tilo mills of this country nro today running full almost without exception and
more now machinery Una been ordered during tho past six months than for a
llko period in many years Ono result Is that tho various machine shops are
enjoying a period ot remarkable prosperity several ot them being overrun
cwlth orders so that it Is nocessaryjo work a portion of tho night to fill
them Tho Lowell machine shops for Instance is said to bavo 1750 hand
employed tho largest numbor over at work In that establishment
TUB KXSLAVH ASSBMWLY
Deolnreil n Scheme for Frnud by th l
1ootnl Antluirltle
Washington August 11 An order for
bidding the delivery ot all mall matter
was today issued against Isaao L Walton
Carlisle Castle Uli tons lj9 xlftI0 P ttonew aSmh aad
found for Lverppol to Freemntlo was rrofTa brne u I 0a li
scheme devised for obtaining money unde
false and fraudulant pretenses
The department states that Walton i
The ship City of York In command of J u
captain P P Jones 1107 Jons with a Its object the collection of monevf Sr
general cargo from San Francisco to Free used to petition congress
to pass a uZ
mantle went ashore at Rottueat Island granting oxslaves pensions
The flr i
July 12 Elevon of tho crew wero drowned mlttance required of members of tho
and flfteen men wero rescued lzatlon was 25 cents and it
oppwrs
uPi 0 Jeamr8 w > > > T and Bdtna col 16831 negroes from the Southern oil
Ilded ott Hobsons Bay Melbourne The have remitted that
sank in fifteen minutes Nono money was to start amount a fund for Alihoimh k hl
crew or passengers wero drowned abovo notod not one cent of it blMt
wero Injured counle < i for by the manager can
of che
vp tn p mf M X
ii Xtcxvxc
COULDNT KILL IHMSELF
2 Despernte Effort nt Snlcldo
Mnrtc for n Chiongonn
Special to Tho Post
Chicago August 11 In an effort
to commit sulcldo today Gcorgo
Patcrson a cook of Bvanston first J
I drank a quart of whisky then so i
J cured an old rusty sword sot tho
hilt against a bathtub nnd fell upon J
s tho point so forcibly that tho blado a
J went nearly half way through his
body reeling little pain and being J
still able to stand Patcrson again
fell upon tho sword His vitality
was still strong however and ho J
placed tho weapons point against
his stomach and rushed with the
hilt against tho wall Stilt ho did J
i not collapse and plucking tho
J weapon from his wound he set fire
to tho houso end crawled Into a 5
closet and waited for the flro to a
> consume hlra Ho was rescued by
> a fireman howeveft aud taken to J
J tho hospital He may iccover
THE TEX AS SUPERVISORS
Grant Kicking Because a Democrat Was
Appointed In ills District
II4WLEY WANTS A POPULIST APPOINTED
May Be a TorccnKt of Another Fa
llon Dcnl for Next Ycnr Green
Dock NoUWimt It
Special to Tho Post
Washington August 11 Those two
Warwick of republican politics In Toxas
Dr John Grant United States marshal for
tho Eastern district of TexaB and Mr E
H R Green chairman of the republican
Stato central committee havo been lu thi3
city for several days patronage hunting
as usual Dr Grant has been raising Cain
about the appointment of a democrat as
census supervisor In Joe Baileys district
Grants home district and wanted the mat
ter taken up and reversed Ho got no en
couragement from tho officials of the cen
sus bureau on the contrary he was re
ferred to the democratic senators of Texas
and told plainly that the democrat uaraJd
in Mr Ballcjs district would retain his
position
Mr Green Is also Interested in the cen
sus supeivision appointments nnd is very
anxious concerning the appointment In tho
Ninth district and wants a man named
Campbell appointed He is also tnlng to
get Mr Dan Quill appointed a btnk exam
WHAIITOX LOCALS
jtppllcntlonn Mnde Vmlcr the Con
federiile Icualou Iuvt
Wharton Texas August 11 The tol
lowing application ot Confederate veterans
for pensions have been filed with Judgo
Gordon county Judgo of this county and
aw nit the approval of the commissioners
court C S Bodenhamor Sed Barden 0
M Rnley Sam Brow ton S M Newton
B H Boone Suffleld Clapp J Perkins
Mrs M Delano Mrs B J Johnson Mrs
Virginia Menely George Benner N H
Miller B V Vanters C C Smothors
f j fflwBDondwBCo
iifA 8lnBUnr phase In tho study of tree
iif
me has been observed hero since the late
rainstorm All the Wesatch trees have
gradua ly rotted and died and China trees
without warning crack a d break
to pieces
Jigs are making a second crop entirely
from branches grown from lovv down oi
niln nks ln fc Mother N = Pre
senting novel pictures continually to the
close student of natural history
n UhU an extensive
dealer has returned from cattle
a voyage to
Cuba and is now engaged in buying cat
LVLeh h0 Wp to the Cuban mar
Sovernl months ago Mr Hall vlsjt
Y ttn < l nve8tC1 > Wly la
Messrs D p Trultt and W D Kemp
2lorh C k Rre d ° eled at the Cus
sicr hotel Theso gen emen making
are
adC nT11 8 t0 bU5r ° > W troct of lat d
adjacent to town
where they will shortly
fi fS0Dy ° S ndustrloua farmirs eager
to test the wondrous emy and variety
of th r
finds Wharton county agricultural
V4 Jjf SS V Vfff
HOUSTON DAILY POST SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 12 1899
T jj i HA
ALTGELD FOR DIVISION
Will Point Out that a Party Split Is the
Radicals Hope
TO BE DONE IN A NEW YORK SPEECH
JUrjnn Calls All Hnrmony Nevcrthe
less He Hints There Any Be MU
ehlcf Mnile Before Lontz
Chicago August 9 Dally Chronicle
AVhen exGovernor Altgeld visits New
York September 1 to addres9 a mas3
meeting to be held under the direction of
the Chicago platform democracy he will
say many things that aro calculated to
widen tlio existing breach between tho
radicals and conservatives ot the dem
ocratic party
Among his followers in Chicago who aro
familiar with his ideas ot organization It Is
an open secret that whilo he will refrain
frqm specifically urging a division of tho
two controlling elements of the party he
will endeavor to make clear that that
courso is tho only ono whicn tbe radicals
can follow vvlth safety
Tho exgovernors speech will treat of
party organization and will cover a wldo
range of Ideas
Mr Bryan will not attend the New
York meeting Ho said last night that
his engagements in the West would pre
vent him from going thoro The No
braskan was seen at the union depot
where he spent several hours between the
arrival of a Burlington train from Iowa
and tho departuro of a Pennsylvania trfn
for Lako Winona Ind He deprecated all
stories about piesent or future differences
between democrats who agr > up in ho
principles contained in the CUtca o plat
form
BRYAN HINTS AT MISOUtElT
Such stories he said are conceived
and circulated by persons who want to
make trouble and creato dissensions
Mr Bryan added also that inasmuch as
tho next democratic National convention
would reaffirm the Chicago platform and
add planks eoverlng the new Issues trusts
and Imperialism democrats who agreed
on these Issues would find no excuse for
not acting In harmony
Mr Altgeld declines to discuss the Ken
tucky situation since Mr Bryan publicly
declared his intention to visit the Blue
Gras3 State to make a aeries ot speeches
In behalf of Senator Goebel tho democratic
candidate for governor Mr Bryan said
last night that his letter to the Kentucky
committee which was published sovrral
weeks ago outlined his position In tne
Kentucky fight and that his subsequent
utterances did not vary from tho tet of
that document
I see by the newspapers be remarked
that tho silver congressmen of the State
iner he found Comptroller Dawes away exSenatoi BlackWrn and ailthe leading
from his office however aud accomplished mon of the party who wero identllied with
nothing tbo ElIvcr movement three years ago aio
Tho slate for republican supervisors is mnjtjns speechta for Goebel
uot jet made up but probably will be in
Altgold Is angry at Mr Bryan be
Their comments on the situation point
directly to tho conclusion that they be
lieve that a movement for a new party
which will embrace the radical element
will be quickly undor way and that un
less Us leaders aro permitted to dictate
the policies of the next convention they
will hold a convention of their own
BRYAN PREDICTS HARMONY
Mr Bryan said last night In speaking
of the gossip about a possible party split
Nothing of the sort will happen so tar
as theso men who believe in the Chicago
platform are concerned On the contrary
there will be harmony and unity between
them
Tho Nebraskan will not begin cam
paign work until September 15 His date
for Kentucky havo not yet been arranged
but this Is a dotal that bo will look after
later on
Arthur C Bentley ono time secrotary
ot tho democratic State committee was In
Chicago all day and In discussing tho po
litical outlook In the Slate saM Mayor
Hanlsons nomination for governor was a
foregone conclusion if Governor Tanner
was renominated by tho republicans
Down tho Stato the sentiment ot the
democrats Is almost unanimous for tho
mayor as the opponent of Tanner simply
because his record has boen distinctly
opposed to Tanners acts as governor
said Mr Bentley
Governor Tanner has notified several
Chicago friends that he will reach Chi
cago on his way to Springfield August 25
This news Is being circulated all over the
State and it is almost certain to bring
to tho city scores of leaders and Wow
era of the Tanner machine who have been
looking for an excuse to get together to
taiK about the aggressions of tho gov
ernors onomles it is understood that
i EOVernorJ s aflvi8ers will urge hlra to
a pu bJlc dec ° tlon of his
own
mn
wik i1 A0 comlnS contest so that no
further
doubt about hla candidacy can
DEaiOCBATIC OUTLOOK good
John Gory Evans of South Carolina
Seen a Victory Alieuil
waterbury Conn August 7 Former
Governor John Gary Evans of South Caro
Una was hero Mday and talked freely on
the pohtleal situation J
The outlook fur tha success of tne
democratic party In 1900 Is encouraging
V he The conditions nro ilpe and
point vlctomWao The affairs n Cuba
VIS Pjolonscd struggle Jn the Philippines
lnf th al nls atJon of there
affairs
fP V ilum < 1 t0 the voters ot the
coun
try fhey can not put all ot the blame
I finfl i V
pjwic tjcm ti > < > ji jjx
wu out fdt
blood the founitiiS
that pare By mi
bitsHiealthwiUbiig
ricsjwlll U things of JJjft
mf be worth thing
30
th dry Peking mgh J
Hood s Sarsapirilh htfytdtfSfi
bottles cured me nd mWi5
upnn the ono or two
put out c MwlJ
The
Southern State f
financially and they lookl
n
Party to relievo Stuffrtgta
resents the dollar > vi of8 I
th
for Mr Bryan will 11 W
elarootlon tafoffW
They n e
tie opposition hiNetfe
la stronger j 0 fctMk
than he was three yearTaS
BOOM FOR jJJmFyAN Hi
GORMAN IS AT SARWOdl
THE OTI1ER MWORKEEV
Snl1 2W tht
Wl
that Van Wyelc the Can n0oner J
WbIfG > eAnothn ur
Special to The Post
Saratoga August H ExSwit i
Gorman
arrived at tha toUM gmL
tonight accompanied by Wllliaua
ney and exSenator Edward Miinto i
VaaWyck bo0mers t tota 7
5 000 000 copies of JudjVaJw
Wycks antitrust speech to fctdlc
ed In addition
to thoie elrcoUtdbtj
Commeiclal Traders assocUuT
Besides this there will t knid
pamphlet with tho history of at fail
Carter
ease and 1000000 cepla t3
printed Tho pamphlet will alio ma
a facslraile of an editorial reiardlmH
Van Wyck which appaarej la Uit
York World of November 61S8I
The boomers hore entertaiaaBd aL
Van Wyck can carry > few Tsrk Siii
25000 against McKlpJoy wnonttyj
sider not as strong as Roosevelt M <
James Clark of California statesOitlj
and tree silver have lost all thttr jm
a few dais as Mr Hawley is expected here caus of hI declaration for Goebel and his In his State and local duaecnit
shortly There is a difference existing be purpose to make speeches for the latter
tween tho Texa3 pie parcollers concoru serves to place him Altgeld In an ex
Ing tho advisability ot appointing some tremely embarrassing position In con
popullst in tho bunch of supervisors Haw ducting his war against the regular party
ley favors such appointment Green blttorly organization the battle cry ot the exgov
opposes it and Grant seems to be on the crnor and his followers has been that
fence ready to drop cither wa > The pop Mayor Hanlson and the other organlza
ulist Idea Is < vtr Haw leys which probably tljn leaders aro hostile to Bryan aud tha
comprehends an alliance of the repuii Chicago platform
Ilcana with the populists next year MUCH LITERATURE CIRCULATED
Director Merriam has sent out the com Lteraturo
professing to show that Ueu
b u u
misslons of all the supervisors of the cen
sus who have been appointed for the State tenants of the mayor wero engaged in
of Texas The appointments aro of tho conspiracy with Tammany to overthrow
recess variety and they will hold only Bryan was widely circulated during the
until the senate shall have confirmed the
late se8Slon ot tho democratic National
permanent appointments The same man
will however be reappointed in every In committee Sir Altgelds professions of
stance Tho action of the diiector Is a de friendship for the Nebraskan wero as pro i
rarturo from the usual courso of Proced
rund as they wero trequent Now Bryan i
uro Commissions sent out at thi3
Is to take the stump for Goebel and Alt
ticians on the PaciUc cout n i
for Bryan to get out of the w C
declares that Van Wyok can cyrt
nla If any democrat caa J
ExChairman William B HanttjlH
sylvania has returned from Kif Ji
and today had a long coafemn I
both Judge and Mayor Van WyckT C
Lanahan who is credited vltiVMll
closo touch with exSeastor Gofnu
at a piazza conference toalutllttt
mouths ago ha thought that Brjtt i
surely be renominated but since tin
has observed that the tide hli trod
Edward D Kenna first viM pt J
of tho Atchison Topeka ana Suit
system who is a Missouri denwcrtl
be here next week to Ortt Ml
Judge Joseph II Wlliet of AHhmU
will arrlvo on Monday
Judge Willet has telegraphed oM
Southern democrats that Richard CW
umo in otoor tuat tne supervisors may EeIi i COmmlttPrt in tho m rt h
proceed to map out their districts and so Seals Zo Bhould not be tak lnto S
au110 Jt opposing Goebel The
nrt tv ir oniininminn ih nM > v i K Southern men 4 t1
he Wlliet M
do with it
OBrieu presIJentf
v ut
duties Neither supervisors nor enumer to ZfJ rL Southern Express company
forgotten
iave that without the 0Terh boV SIM
a for
vices until the woik Is completed
their support d rile o
if u of tUo radlcals in the n1 convention ho J louliW
entire Councilman Callahan h W J
tho aim of tho director to have tho irVrnZkur
Thev aro Promising too h
iv ± Sor iSroSStafi toApS 1 ° ex
1900 and ho nbie 5 1 3 respec t3 to Mr
hopes to be tp gho an gZVSZ JaJ
approximately correct estimate of the pop J ° XZ t 7 ° Gn
ulation within thirty days of that date pLnf
ix ijuiiaip or coniiisL
A Tour ta lie Mutlc l > y Ilrynn nnd
Others of KciitiicUj
Chicago August 11 Judgo Ogden of
New Orleans Mayor Harrisons father
inlaw left tonight for Hudson River
Mich where tho mayor Is spending his
vacation bearing Invitation from the dem
ocratic committee of Kentucky for tha
mayor to go to that State In September
and accompany Mr William J Bryan in
tha campaign tho latter has promised to
make In aid of tho election of Candldato
Goebel A similar invitation is to be sent
to oxGovernor Stone of Missouri and tho
purpose Is to have the trio make a grand
tour of tho Stato arousing democratic en
thusiasm In betnlf of tho democratic nom
inee for governor
Wake Up Uve
W
ns Vaa Wycki
vffi
nppearuucu
Brady was Introduced to J
Brady W
by Judso Walker
oral moro Missouri politicians W
Saratoga by iMonday next
WASHI > G10X SOTE1
Special to The Po t
Washington AugustllVIj P
Jacksboro T ovV
presidential Cooper postofflces oa OcttbeiIf
salaries of tbo postmasters
A civil service examlnattaji willIHj
September 6 tor
Templo Texas on
tions of clerk and carrier la t
that place
Texas pensions Original f
Bai I or
Sunbeam 6 Sefui
John A Couch He arietta
Adams Gonzales 6i n wan M ti
Mills 6 Widow Indian t
field Ennls J
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blood courting u
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medic ne has failed mA
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weak men and ° m Jgp u ttrftgi
we o on making pisln t uo jSaU JSTt
tiU is tho j0it
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ret
this trouble or blood 8 cjyj
write to us Its SJ our Wy
world a Jt AtSJtSm
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never falls ft mj LSrUt MM Af
it eloara the v BSkijWTr
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Imitation It w MSl elt ffBl
about our treatmeat M B
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