All BEG 10 EE SEIIi 111.
M KONG l'OITION iHOM Aim
01 1 It I.IIS IX ( I ISA.
"MUST BE MOVED OR FEP.ISH."
1 r TtirrntKm the Annihilation of Slurf
trr'i Aim j -11m Mluiitlon
I rlL'l'tful Our.
tuuiu's history or a distlk.
fHKrlplioa el the ! Vojiji c! the Arc
tic Wlakh Went Do a i lib the Vesta.
In Oc'ohtr, nt .about tho r.i-r.o
L'nijHi i!w Hi-, T.i" t aih!iI; Arctic
(.f t!n ('!Krn lk.i was !
. IT. 1
fin !u'iviti.1 a
I: 4 r.inli." that
fttrilrolni f'tt Coj;i.
!'!.'.. of f.iii.Jiuty, 0)A
I r---n of 'Uj!a,;:i-
t!i'-i:i J r i.t
Mi Win!. t!iroti;h a cHlt.
, An A.iHociatoil iliHjtth iajB: Sum
inouM 1 y Major (ieinTftl NLmfhr, a
in'-tinf was lull at Bunting Thurs
day morning ut ln'ii.l.iuarti'rs f.nl in
tLo rtMMuH) of every comnianliir(
aritl iao.li. al ofiicer of tLo Fifth army
corjin, (Jeiit'rul ShnftT riu.l a caUo
lutttsae from Secretary Alger, order
i:sg Lira at tho reeommetnlaiion of
Surpeon (itt:rral Sternberg, to move
tho ormy into the interior, to Sun Lui,
where it is healthier.
As a result of tho conference, Gen
eral Sbafter will insist ujou tho itu
me.liato withdrawal of tho army north
within two weeks.
As an explanation of the sitnation,
the following letter from Col. Theo
dore I'.oosevelt, coiimiantlinft the
Tirot volunteer cavalry, t 'General
Shafter, was haiuleJ by tho latter to
the correfymuileut of tho Associated
lress for publication:
"Major General Shafter Sir: In a
meeting of the general and medical
llieers called by you at the palace this
morning, we were all, as you know,
unanimous in view of what ehouhl bo
done with tho army. To keep us here,
in tho opinion of very officer com
manding a division or brigade, will
simply involve the destruction of thou
sands. "There is no possible reason for not
ehippiug practically the entire com
maud north at once. Yellow fever
cases aro few in the cavalry division
. where I command one of the two
brigades, and not one true case of yel
low fever has occurred in this division,
exoept among the men sent to the hos
pital at Siboney, where they have, I
believe, contracted it. But in this di
vision there have been 1,500 cases of
malarial fever. Not a roan has died
from it, but the whole command is bo
weakened and shattered as to bo ripe
for dying like rotten eheep when a real
yellow fever epidemic, instead of a
fake epidemic, like the preseut.strikes
us, as it is bound to do if we stay hero
at the height of the sickness season,
August and tho beginning of Septem
ber. "Quarantine against malarial fever
is much like quarantining against tho
toothache. All of us are certain, as
soon as tho authorities at Washington
fully appreciate the conditions of the
army, to bo sent home. If wo aro
kept here.it will in all human proba
bility mean an appalling disaster, for
tho surgeons here estimate that over
half the army, if kept hero during the
sickly season, will die. This is not
only terrible from the standpoint of
the individual lives, but it means ruin
from the standpoint of the military
efficiency of the flower of the Ameri
can army, for the great bulk of tho
regulars are here with you.
"The sick, large though it is, ex
ceeding 4,000, affords but a faint idea
of the debilitation of the army. Not
ten per cent, are lit fcr rctivo work.
Six weeks on the nortu Maine coast,
for instance, or elsewhere, where tho
yellow fever germ cannot possibly
propagate, would make ua all as
lit as fighting cocks, able as we aro
eager, to take a leading part in the
great campaign against Ilavana in the
fall, even if wo are not allowed to try
"We can be moved north, if moved
at once, with absolute safety to the
country, although, of course, it would
have been infinitely better if wo had
been moved north or io Torto Rico
two weeks ago. If there were any
object in keeping us here, we could
face yellow fever with as much indif
ference as we faced bullets, but there
is no object in it. Tho four immune
regiments ordered here are suflicient
to garrison tho city and surrounding
towns, and there is absolutely nothing
for us to do hero and there has not
been 6ince the city surrendered. It is
impossible to move into the interior.
Every shifting of camp doubles the
sick rate in our present weakened con
dition, and anyhow the interior is
rather worse than tho coast, as I have
found by actual recounoissance. Our
present camps aro a3 healthy as any
camps at this end of the island can be.
"I write because I cannot see our
men who have fought so bravely and
who have endured extreme hardships
and danger so uncomplainingly, go to
.destruction without striving, so far a3
lies in me, to avert a doom as fearful
as it is uuneoessary and undeserved.
Colonel Commanding First Brigade.
After Colonel Roosevelt had taken
, It initiative, all tho American general
oCcera united in a round robin aJ-
..lre:.sed to General Shafter.
forth from the M n
prw to the wlii.il!!;
t tilth all
..i In tho
f..' the Vt ('a. It was th!i t r-
riile crwastrcphc of which Henry
H aid I'.h'Hh r wri te.
"The hour was n.in.j, The
ball fill at !re iih 1 '.i. It vva inx'U
aN at I.hf rpx t. Tin om lmri v-ro
WrI'h.'d, the (Treat hull awnye.l to th
ctitnrt, thi national n !. strrmu'd
Abroad lis If tluiin.'lvis Instinct with
11 IV and national yuipathy.
"TLo bill htrlhcs, tho vti.'H re
volve, the F!i;n:tl m Nats Ihs Hlmi i
lu uiK-n every ptrurturo along the
f-roro, and tho Art-tic jill.l.'a Joyfully
y anil turns h r
channel and bo-
c!m hT homeward run.
"Tho pilot stood at tln whi'i'l, and
nun nw him. Iicatli cat u;ori tho
prow", an;l no cyo beheld him. Who
ever stood nt th wheel In all tho voy
age, Ifc'.ith wtis tho pilot that ntecnl
tho craft and imno l.new It. Ho neb
ther revealed his presence nor whis
pered l is errand.
"And so hoi to was cffulnt, and
lithe piyety UUiwtrteil Itself, and Joy
was with every gut st. Amid all tho
lnoonvenlenivu of tho voyasjo, there
was still that which hushed every
murmur: 'Home Is not far away.' And
every morning It rus one iilht nearer
"L'ight clays had parsed. Tlicy be
held that distant bank of mist that
forever haunts tho vast shallows of
Newfoundland. IMIy they made It,
and. plunging; in. Its pliant wreaths
wrapifd thoni about.
"They shall never emerge. The last
sunlight has flashed upon that dock.
Tho last voyage Is done to ship and
"At noon there camo, noiselessly
stealing trom the north, that fatal In
strument of destruction. In that mys
terious shroud, that vast atmosphere
of mist, two steamers wore holding
their way with rushing prows and
roaring wheels, but Invisible.
"Oh, what a burial wa3 here! Not
as who- one Is borne from his home,
among weeping throngs, and gently
carried to tho green fields, and laid
peacefully away beneath the turf and
Uowors. No priest stood to pronounce
a ourlal service. It was an ocean
Crave. The mists alons shrouded the
burial place. No spado prepared tho
gi'ave, nor sexton tilled up the hol
lowed earth. .
"Down, down thoy sank and the
quick returning waters smoothed out
every ripple, and left the sea as placid
When Lead Becomes Elastic.
The experiments upon materials at
low temperatures which have been
made possible by the advent of liquid
air develop some unexpected results.
A ball of India-rubber cooled to the
temperature of tho air becomes brittle,
and If dropped on tho floor flies into
a thousand (more or loss) plows, while
a ball of load will rebound, having ac
quired a remarkable Increase of elas
ticity. Lead also makes a very re
spectable spiral spring at a tempera
ture of 200 or 300 below zero. Ameri
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smolte Tonr T.iro Airsj.
To quit tobacco easily nnd forever, be mag
netic, tultof life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-Cao,
the Tvorulcr-worker, that makes weale men
6trong. All druggists, COo or II. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
(Sterling Kemcdy Co.. Chicago or New Yoili
Tho tmttle steed of Grant. Lee nnd Shnrlihiu
were Cincinnati. Traveler anil Winchester.
an np;.-iinintv t; early lifelike that It
U Ulleul.lt. -d to .i.-eeh,. (hi, i,),iet
burjrLir lu tho bouse!. r liking builr.'-vs.
Mr. Itret .o Las complete. l.'.i f,rt n
gasTejn.iit. two fjorpt loMiHy One St.
P.ern.ir l d"gs having b.-t n clx.n-n us
th subjects, Tho d.'s wt re tho prop
erty of a weili hy In !y aft.l I y her
they wvro valued something higher
thrill their Wel.-ht III iT"ld. Ol till
litfUjr day a messenger y called ut
the lioiiso. nnd the dogs, cneelvlng a
su,l h n dlshke to the uniform, at
tacked nnd hit tho wearer. Po-sult:
iK'g.S 'il.de!llllel to tl.-atli by the po
lice. All tho pleadings of tho wealthy
owner provtul unavailing, tiud ln-r
handsonio pot hud to die.
In this rxtri'mUy Mr. l'.ro'7o cfTerel
to LIU tin' dog by paiul-s poisoning,
and afterward embalm them, ho that
tho owner could retain the l.st pos
sible tin niiiito of lnr lost friends. Tho
dogs were killed and tho eaibalmlng
process iH-gaii. In describing his ex
periments Mr. r.rccze s.iy: "Tho work
was entirely experimental, to ehow
tho action of u cousplete arterial rlr
cuiatlon. Tlio d.s were nearly tho
same size, Mug fully grown St. Her
nards no.igli isoatetl utie welghln;
I."-- and tho oth'T 101 jiounds. Tho
earousKos of the dogs were wnbahmsj
three hours after death. Tho dogs
have btx'n In my possession nearly ten
weeks. Tho weather has been very
warm nnd sultry for some four weeks,
but the dogs seem to be la a perfect
state of preservation, emitting no
odor, and there Is no porooptlblo
shrinkage. In fact, tho one dog lying
in my reception olhYe has oil tho ap
pearance of a dog at rest. Iecompo
bltion is thoroughly arrested, uud a
complete iK'trlfaetlon seems to bo In
progress. I Lit one dog on the back
with a hammer and made no impres
sion, and, in fact, it sounded like strik
ing wood." Ihiltimore American.
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H. ftfllia mim nift-lv. Try ft "H H k It I LI., I Uil JI
HILrr u Prl-?, ;u " m Unit hlsr rwon i mtfr -J
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mil l IhwmI rurwi. If but riu us. 11 tbl to
r trrneJ rttfLt. I
ROCK MILL EUCCY CO., Rock lliil,S.C.
I.von 4 Co" "Ptcls Leaf ' Pmoklne Tobscro
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jmokinK. Kieh, rlpo, mellow, fragrant. Heats
the world. Try it.
Groat Britain is tho largest exporter to Co
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Guaranteed tohaeeo habit rure link"? wa'c
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A forre of 10,000 settlers are now In the Da
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We oftVr One Hundred Dollnrs Reward for
nny.'imn of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
llall'B Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CitKNBv fc Co . Props.. Toledo, O.
We. the uniliuHlKiiPil, have known F. J. ( he.
nay for the last l." years, and believe him per
fectly honorable In all beHlne.ss transactlniis
and linamiallv aoio to carry out any obliga
tion made by their firm.
Wkst it Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo,
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Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternallv, act-
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faces of the system Price. 7")C. pr bottle, bold
by all DruftKlHts Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The population of Europe, is Stn.OOO.OtK).
Fifty years ayo it was about i'AO'W.IXX).
To Cure Constitution Forever,
Take Cawarets Oan.tr CathnrtH. l'V or 85e.
If C. V. V. fall to cure, drulats refund money.
On Chinese railways telegraph operators
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I can recommend Piso's Cure for Consurrip
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sr.xo. Ft. Howard, ls., -M ay i, Wt.
44 1 have been ultix ".SCAIli:TS for
Inaomntst, with which I have been umietcd for
over twenty years, nnd I can sny that Cuscarets
nave mvea me more rener than any other reme
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