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WANTS All, OUT
It is Said Gov. Cul berson Has Pull Authority. Acuta Stag. Austin, Tex., Sept. 7. Although ne itrflnlto Information in obtainable on the subjest. It I prcttr eortnln that the mustering question has reached the aeuto stage vrlth regard to the Txm regiments. For wive ml dnye nil tort of rumor have been afloat with re gard to Hit order no far Issued In that particular, and last night It wna learn ed ibst mnrli telegraphic correspond ence waa Indulged In between tit" gov ernor and the authorities at Washing ton ami the commandant of the Ttxat regltnenta stationed In Florida. The correspondence la carefully ktt from the public, but some of It was un usually lengthy for telegraphic trans tnlaalon anl an several portions thero of waa marked Tush." It Is surmised that It who important. That It re form) to tha mustering out of th vol unteer I certain and that there ware differences between tht .'.ravere nnd men traatpd of tharain there la nlao no question. The correct dlagnosl of the matter In tlmt the question at Imiiw ha lieen referred to tha governor for settlement and UMt to stop further controversy h haa derided that tha beat thlMK to do la to muster otit the entire Texan 'onlngsnt. Mr.. ftKclyn lleml. TPorta. Tax., IwhI-Mn I fleelye, aged so yearn, died here Mra. Seolyit received much notoriety nlwtit a year ago whan the beramo a mmber of George II. MrClallati iKMt, O. A. It., of llonaton, having asrved under the alln of frank Thompson In company V. wond Michigan Infantry. Klie claim" the distinction of being the only woman veteran In full member hip In tlx- 0. A. It A arah IS. ltd monda ahe wrote the war Iwwk. "Nura and Spy." whlrh reached the aale of 17S.0M copies. At tho lime of her death ahe had nearly roinitleted writing her personal tnemolm of the war, and waa looking forward to It publication with much Intnreet. Mm. Seslye la sur vived hy her husband and two anna, one of whom la In the regular army, stationed nt Jackson III. Flo. Her funeral waa held Monday evening with military honors by a delegation from llouaton of tha (I. A. It. poet to which ahe belonged. Honorably IH.flielB", Clalvoaton, Tex., Sept. C The fol lowing man, who shipped from flnlvea tan May 2 on the tag Hortenee to Ao duty In tho United States nary, re- J turned yesterday from Peneacflkt.Pta.. 'with papers In their pock eta allowing thair honorable (Uncharge. The ills charge (tale I yentertlny (Sept. S). Chief llnglneer Knglaud, Alex. Hon aan, tHMtawntn'a mate: flua Olanilor, quartermaster, nret-elnaa; Charloa Taylor, quartermaster, aeenml-elaaa: Albert Milter, quartermaster, second class; (Inn Johutuin, seaman; John Johnson, ninrhlulit, Moond-clnea; J. Pelgle. ahlp'a rook: J. Pelgle, Jrftro man. Ural-Haas: Mike O'flmdy, fire man, nrat-rlnaa. Ikmiawaln Haneen enlil: "White we're mighty glad to get Imrk, there la not one of tie hat would go again to mot row If needed. We hnvn had n fine time and were royally treated. "You know the Hortenae hud her name changed to the Taeoran by till government and we went into patrol aerrlee between Key Weat and navnnn i and tha Cuban const. We Mil aee i aoma hot time. I got title from Metro castle." and Hansen remnvod life hat and abowed a scalp wound orer an Inch long and a half Inch wide on tho top of hla head, whloh wna mptilly healing. "That waa done before the battle of Santiago." aald he. "We were In the blockade off Havana. Mnrro wna "pit ting anme ahelle out In the Itev when a itmy ahot hit tho Tnenmn nml sent a apllnter at me. It waa n atrny ahot T any because had alio aimed nt the TttrnuiH (he ehot might have rmn within n radltia of half a mile of us, but eertalnlr no nearer. "We went right up under the ittna of Morm aereral tlmea. You aee. wa I only draw idglit feat of water and ! ooulil get much nearer than moat of oboata." ! The Tnenma waa alao iwar the aeenc whan tha Wlnalow received the full I force of the Ipanleh land iMtteriea. Kor a month the Taroma rallevad Uto I rarenue etttler MrUin. wrIcHIiii for 1 the Snanlah, who were auapeeled of nn attempt to cut the enhlo. rlhe iniiito two tripe from I'enaaeota to Key Waat with reeervo men and towed monitor. and other war reaeela alwut nramlaet't oualy. Itillillril lliirnnil In l)mli, Waco, Tex., Kept. S. A tneaaengcr from Bpefglovllln, Melsunan county, hnitmht tho particular of a allocking accident there Saturday. Mr. anil Mra. II. II. Prater were on gaged In their respective duties on tho place and their children wore at piny In the yard. The two otdeet glrle, aged 7, who arc twine, nml another one nged ft, were In poeeeaelon, unknown to tho im rente, of aoveral uiHtchoa and thoy nRi-eeil to go Into tho amokahouee and build n flro, na they had aecu tholr larenU do when curing moat. The llttlo onoa onterel tho biillllng, rloelng the door Ixdilnd tham, nnd et.irtrd their flro. Juet na the psreuta and a elatnr of Mra. I'rnthar nacortuluud what wna going on and atnrtwl townrd tho amokohouno, an oxploalon ocettrroil, fotloweil by IIhiiiob, and the building wee quickly ronaumod. The father, mother unit mint raaeuod one child after It hnd been terribly butned. The oilier two were burned with the amnkehouae, leaving only charred and uurecogiilmtile rwualna. The child they aueeeeded In drngRlng from the llantea quick) dleiU Tliore waa a five gallon can of coal oil In the building and It la atiptKwed that the little nnea Ignited It ami In their play, eaualng the explosion nnd tho fatal oonaequetieea dueerlhed. At Ifiiu.lnn. Houston. Tex., flept. 3. Capt, It It J'ntterMin or the United Btntea army yeaterdny eame on ono of the early irnlns over the Boutliern I'nelflc rtwil from New Orleans, nnd eame under or der to muflttr out tha fourth regi ment of Toxas volunteers. Hla arrival waa unheralded anil when ho put In an appearance nt Camp Tom Hall reg imental henilqnnrtora w a somewhat surprised. Immediately upon his nrrlvnl nt Camp llnll CnpU l'nttcrson ontorcd upon the preparatory duties to muster ing out the regiment. He called for nnd Inspected tho rolls of the compa nies nnd required sueh slgnnturoa nml filling out to bo mnde ns are neecs- eery to proeoeute the work correctly. It was found that n good desl of work waa short In tho rolls, such as signing inmea and filling out blank pages. l.riiTo fwitunliiy. Onlveaton. Tex.. Sept. 7 The work of unloading the Mai lory steamer letu ps ss began yesterday uiornlnK hy the crew of the veeael. During the morn ing two eoarhee containing III colored men earn In from llouaton, and they nt onee went to work on the MuupaaHs. It I elalmed there are NO more at the depot at Houston ready to come. Quite ii rrowd lathered at the QnJvtMtnn sin turn to the llouslonlana coma In. but no violence was attemneit. The ex ecutive rnminltiee nf th union remains Arm. rlulmlng that th' 2M0 men are .ntertiilni'd nnd will aixpt no om proinl" Aftrr the m i. hail gone to work a committer from the strikers. u'Tompimld ty the rlilf of police, waited on tlirm As a r ult of the In terview Vndn w ThmnnH, foreman for th Houston olfiiwi m'0. fcald be and his iii. il would leavn Saturday and would not rrtnrn Thev am under con tract tu tuiialn through the week liiirsrr 'ruin Tlillli IStrr. Auitln, Tox., Sept. C IjlHir dny wna olMervcd In Austin yoaturdny on n lamer acnlo than over before. Tho different labor organisations hnil ni lKilntrnl committee to arrange n big celnbrntlon, nml na n result the dam nnd ahnrea of Italic McDounld. the np pointed place were thronged with plck nlrkera nnd exruralonleta. Ilealiles n regular baaket picnic, rnrea ami con toata of erery description occurred at Zoo park. 1'rlxoa ware donated by the bualiieaa houses of the city. A big die. piny of fireworks and lastly dancing on the lien Iltir nnd at McDonald's boat houae lust night ended the day's cele bration, targe crowds ware (Hit and Ijibor day was more generally oh aorved horo than ever Iwfore. Hurl ii Hit .iKHblHi. Waco, Tex . Slept. 7 Tha slate ex eeutive commlttMof the IHtnullat party cAaveaad at this city d tranancted some important business (1. T. Todd, nomine for praahllng judge of the court f ciiMlaal appeals, dealrad the nomination and auggeateil Judge J. M. Hurt, the present Incumbent of that ofllc. Mr. Todd's realcnaUoH waa ae ecpted and Judno Hurt nominated. J H. ("PfrloM") Davla having de oil n ad the HamtitaUon for aUtwney genaral, JtMina Ckartaa II. Jonkina of Itrownwood waa substituted. Hfr HIIImI. ltanls. Tax.. aWwt. 7 -0 II. JeWen. a stoekwaH hare, was nutting a bunch of eatlle arraaa the Uoustoa and Teias rentral track about 9 o'eloek Monday night, Jnat aa the aoathbouml imwsm gin ear saw tha road ahead covered with rIihmmww Ike reed ahead eovarod with cattle and blow hla whittle tang and lead. All the entile got rf but una vary flaa etaor, which was naught In a Uxk tmni ana waa killed by the engine. Ailitrr-M mi l.iilnir. San Antonio, Tex.. Sept. 6 The labor orRnnlxtlona of tho city Kathored In full force yeaterdny morning nnd held nn I mm onee street parade. There wore throe bands In the proceaslmi nnd n number of city and county oMIclala and employera of union labor In carrlngea formed one section of the parade. A celebration waa held at ltlveraldo jmrk during the afternoon nnd evening ami nn address on organized labor wna delivered by Congroaamnn Blayden. There ware thousands of poople at tho iwrk and the celebration wna oim of the moat ftueceoaful ovor held hero. lllllka ltaWn Uttltna. Tex., SepL G Organized Inlmr ntatarTMl tabor day more generally yesterday In Halloa than nt any time sin 08 the Ith of Septombw wne made a legal holiday by the stato of Toxoa. in the morning there waa a very cred itable atret parade; In the afternoon at Rhady View park an Immense crowd tsatharad and llstimod to an oddreos on labor by the Hon. J. W. Illake of Moxla. Iliiltl ltiliilllilril. Wneo. Tex.. SepU . John K. 1'erry nnd Hubert I. Sims, two youn mon, both at whom roatilwl and dtd buslneaa In Wneo, woro decnpltuled lust ulghl hy tho through Cotton Halt freight train going weat. Perry and Hlina. who ware Intimate friends, procured a buggy ftor atippor nml went out for drive. Thoy flushed about over the city until the moon roe, alter which they returned and took a short rest. Attracted by the brilliancy of the nght. the moon giving light Ilka dny .they started out for a second drive nnd went along Mary etreet keeping their buggy on the CoUon Halt tr.tck just ahead of the freight train ac It eame thundering along behind them. I tot ween Fifth urn! fllxtu atreeta the horse took fright and after tunglng sev eral terrlllc plunge, ttltad the buggy over and threw IhiiIi men beiionth the wlieels of the locomotive. Tho horse dashed off nnd snvad htm self ami buggy, but the entire train went over the two num. sevorlng tholr huada from llielr bodies and otherwise mangling them In u shocking inuiinur. It wok dllllcult to Identify tho re mains, but putting everything together the Justice of the peace holding the In quest ascertained l hut It waa Perry nnd Sims, chlelly from jewelry on tholr per sons and documents In their pockuta. .tlurilor .ttiMl I'imiI. lirynu, Tox., Sept. 8. A most re volting and terrible crime waa discov ered near this pluce Katunluy hy Mr. C. A. Kostor, who lives eight iiiIIoh southeaat of town, on hla wuy here. Mr. Poster found the mutilated and putrid remains of a man utmut CO yours old ueur the road. He came lit Immediately and reported the mitttur to Sheriff Nunn, who went out to tho seene at ouue In company with Juitlco Cloaa. gherlft Cloaa returned late that ovo- nlng nnd gives n horrible story of hla discovery. The mini wna found nt tha sHit Indicated wllh hla hetul cruahed to a pulp. Ills saddle had evidently been plu' on the body ami an effort made to 1. .ru both saddle unit body. The Iron tree of the saddle utfd tha stirrup leathers remained. One of the inan'a arms was uonu, the bone being found ueor. una tliu other arm and bath fast had proUud od from the lire. The llesh was burn ed olf the iMNly from below the km to the hand except where the body was protected by the ground. A horse waa found dead near him. Ill (loii'l llrnltll. Heaumont. Tex.. Sept. 3. A t.'legram from 1 .other Knuntse of Kountxe llroa.. Itonkera. New York, wna rceelv- to-day by Congreaeumn 8. 11. Cooper The telegram aaya Mr. Kountae has seen nearly every manlier 9t the nenumnnt light rfimrds, and that while some are slightly Indisposed, hey are In genornl good health. Ho also says that ho will get sixty dnya' furlough for the boys, nml that thoy will hsvo nn opportunity to visit their Texas homes. While the people hero nppreclnle tlov. Culhcrnona prompt nnd vigorous notion In behalf of tho Texas troops at Monlnuk Point, thoy nlso consider tho notions of Congress man Coopor nnd Mr. KounUo as con tributing largely to the fact that tho fact that tho boys are now bettor treated than thoy wore a few daya alnca. Jaw ltruVcn, Tsxarkana, Tax., flspt. 6. Penton GoUon, while loading n ear In the ally yesterday had his Jaw broken lly a slab (rem off a sidetraek. The blow rsnasr ed him uneonseloM for several hour. 2T Was I M Ill.tMIUll. tar4o. Tax.. Isftt. 7 A psilUon In tisate. address m to tlov Culberson iraasmnn Ssysni. asking to be m nets es out of sarvles, was atigsd by all of Irosa I, Arst Texas car airy yes lecday, ataUonas nt Fot Melntom The llMNlSMant romaaanaling also stgatd It mhm eamaitlond. The Ranta He routs has announced a law rovimt trip rate to HuroVn Springs, baaed upon 11.00 from Dallas to take effect Kept. 10. M.ilr.n Kill.. I. Ill Paso, Tex., Kept. 1 Manuel Va- lentuela, a Mexican, was killed almost Instantly ceterday by luting thrown from n horse. A hoy waa tending tho horse along the street. The man vol un leered to ride him and as soon as lis wh In the saddle the animal began to run and the rider appeared to lose sen Irol ef him. He ran against a railroad ewltah and the shock threw Ute Sletx lean about twenty fast. Hla head struck a stone, doshlsg out bli brain. W.iulil llnth.r l lslit Himnliirili, lleaumont. Tex., Kept. I Just be. fore the arrival of the Southern Pa elfle eastbouud train yeeterday morn ing a train of several oonehes pulled Into town In which companies V nnd K, third Texas, were returning to Port Otark. Tox., from Port Morgan, Ala. The Imya were all hale nnd hearty and ovtdently were possessed of a relish for the food set out for them, stating that they bad had nothing to eat since they left New Orleans. The boys have very little eoi plaint to make, except against the mosqultooa. whieu wero very bad at Fort Morgan. They say they would rather fight Spaniards than Alabamn mosquitoes any time. llaker. killed in tho fJatveston riot was burled by the labor unions thers. l.arrHr AUnittd. oieburne. Tex.. Sept. S. The funeral of Glarenee nolltna, a member of com pany J third Texas regiment, who died at Darnaoas wna largely attended Sat urday. I.leuL J. A. Styron of the sec ond Toxoa. who la here on leave of absence, and Corporals West and dray Messrs. 0. 0. Marshall and W. II. Craw ford, all In uniform, anted u vail bearers. Arn .liltillniit. Port Worth, Tex.. Sept. 3. Abe Har- rla of Pecos Clly was a visitor to tho ity yesterday. He aaya that tho peo- peoplo there aro Jubilant over the prospect that Pecos City will soon hnvo direct railroad routs lending tu tho four points of the compass, Sumo twenty or thirty miles of tho railroad that I to connect Itoswsll nnd Amarll- lo Is already completed at tho Amnrlllo ond, and nearly na many from tho Itos- ell ond. Tho news la nlso curront that tho great Hantn Ko Hystom Is to oxtend somo ton mllew wont of Pen An goto nt once, so tho nnturnl conclusion Is that tho gap between Pccoh nnd San Angola will soon bo cloned up. HnlilUr SUml. Snn Antonio, Tex., Spt. 3. flcrgt. John T. Orolnor, troop M, flrat Texas cavalry, died at tho post hospital at Port Sam Houston yoatcrdny morning of typhoid fever. Deceased was nbout IS years of ago. Ho was nn oxcollont soldier and was vory popular nmonrj his comradee. He was a grandson of the late John Woldomullor, one of tho oldest sottlera of Uvalde county. Ills remnlnK wero ahlppod to his former homo In Uvaldo county yesterday for Interment, nnd were escorted to the depot by trop M nnd the regimental band. Mntiinn lliuiBnl. Dallas. Tcx Kept. 3. Doble Joe Ma- lono was oxecutml here yesterday for roping Mrs. P. Hleln. nn nged (lormon woman, loss than two mouths ago, Tho prlsouor'H neck wna broken. Yob torday morning he waa baptized In n bath tub. Mnlono confsssed to ono of his spiritual adviser that ho had par lltlpated In six killings. Dick Ttttum, wlio wna ahot at Fair field. Tex., died. Tatum was a school trustee. ArrlilnntMIr Mint. Btnory, Tex.. 8opU 3. Dan Ilynn, younw man residing eight mile north west of here, happened to a vrry pain ful nocldent. While loading a cultiva tor In ii wagon a doublo-barrclcd shot gun whloh had been loft lying In tho wagon, was struck by the tongue of tho oulthator and both barrels wero dla charged, striking him In tho face and terribly lacerating both hands. Bovernl bonos woro broken In the right hand and the flesh torn oft to tho bono on tho wrist. He will likely reoovor. Computed to Cmiln. Texarkana. Tex., Sept. J. The man agement of the Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone company have com plctsd their line from Terkana. to Camden, Ark . about 130 miles: north of this jtolnt, and complimentary nies sages were exchanged yesterday bo tween the twjiUtea. The war tax Is giving merchants and ootton buyers at Hlllsboro, Tox. trouble. 1t.l'lrk.ntiiir' Hey. Indianapolis, Ind., ScpL 1 Col. flttidebnoker's "tigers," tho 167th In dlnna volunteers, reached Indlnnnpn lis from tho south yesterday morning. Thilr regiment lot Its camp at For tiundlnn, Pin., last Tuesdny ovonlng, Thoro were 110 hospital patients In tho regiment and 900 wero tinnblo to march. Two dend bodies wore brought home. They were Clifton liwcll ol Port Wnyno and William Hnydor of Mnysvllle; Hobert Darling of Klkhnrt died as tho train pulled Into tho sto lon. All wore private. Col. SUidebaker sold: 'This Is not tho eamo regiment I took nway from Indianapolis last May. The personality Is the some, but Is mndo of a different lot of mon. Thoy hnvo fovor In their very bonoas thoy nro hungry and their strength la wasted. It la all duo to the cesspools In whloh wo lived In tho south. When tin mon left Indianapolis thoy woro strong and showed thilr hardlnoes. They were nil right when wo left Clilcktmintign rk. "Port Tampa For eight weeks we woro In onmp thor. exposed lo the fevers and tho unrelenting sunnr Florida. We hnvo not Ihkui In th" shado of n tree since last Juno. It wns a happy day for ua when wo re ceived orders to leave thoro, but when we moved we dfd not better our con dition, much. Tho fovors followed us and day by day tho regiment beonmo weaker. At Fernnndlnn wo had tho samo difficulty to obtain proper food. Tho United Htatoe nuthorltlos seemed willing onough to provldo u with whnt wo nccdod. but Fornnndlna In such nn out of the way placo that It Is difficult to roach It, Ono railway runs to tho town. "When men who have boon myeli nating tho condition of tho Florida. enmps ay wo hove not been In notual need of food nnd medical nsalstnnes they do not know whnt they are talk ing nbout. My men cannot march In straight linos on noeount of tholr wcnkneeH. Thoy ennnot enrry mem rlfios nt tho right poeltlon. Thoy , cannot march any dlstnnco without mnny of thorn having to drop out of j tho ranks to rost. 1 think Hint our coming homo hns saved the llvos of hundreds In tho roglmont." Tho officers of Col. Studebnoho. s regiment hosltntn nbout fixing ino blamo on any particular govornmont officer. They eny thoy aro llll In tho service nnd tlmt n coun-mnrimi might Moot tho man who tnlks too much. Yellow l'nrr. Wnshlnnlon. Sept. 3. Tho mnrlno hosnlliil Borvlco wns officially advlsod yoetcrday of tho ton new enscs of yel low fovor which havo boon uiscovcrcu at Orwood, Miss. Tho officials nro ni tea na to tho origin of tho fovor thoro nnd havo no dollnlte theories to worit upon. Thoy nro endeavoring to trace tho cohos. Thoro Is a possibility that tho victims brought tho gorrna In tholr clotbos to Orwood from somo point tinrntnfnra Infected, but UlO nOOrOSl point li Durnnt, whore the opldemlc touched lost year, nnd ovon on this the ory tho warm wcathor should havo brought out tho fevor. Orwood Is fur from tho railroad and tho fovcr, therefore, must not havo been brought by that moans. A thor ough Investigation lit to bo made Thoro Is no disquieting nowa from any othor points rave Orwood. The board of health or Jackson, misc., has rcoelvod n tologram from Inspector Grant, stntlng thut yellow fevor has nnenrod at Taylor Station. No report ou tho numbor of oasos. Bocrotary Hunter made tho follow ing Bta'emonti "Thoro Booms to bo consldornbio ox- cltoment over tho yellow fevor In La- fayette county. Tho board fools ex ceedingly hopoful of being nblo to con flno tho fovcr to the Infected district, wktoh Is vory hoalthy nnd not donsely populated. Tho cendlllons aro vory favorable. In case of a spread trains will he provided to oarry the peoplo north." Ton deaths and thirty prostrations from boat at Now York on the 2nd. alarm's Uninag. Savannh, da., Sept. 3, While. Sa vannah suffered heavily from tho cy clone which Bwopt ovor the coast Wodnosday morning, tho damago on tho const Islands nnd Interior as far aa tho norm reached Is probably greater. Tho Hooded condition of the country renders communication diffi cult nnd in many sections It Is on tlrely out off, and no news has been received to Indlcato what tho condi tions nro. Tho first news from tho Carolina ea const Islands, whloh woro tho scone of n great tldo storm In 1S03 In whloh thousands of persons perished, wns rcoelvod yestorday. Whllo tho storm was nothing like that of fire years ago, tho loss Is heavy. Tho bench north of Tybse Islands Is lined with wrecks of small oraft, and at Itluffton and tho other scttlomonts north all the houses wore unroofod and many were destroyed. Tt.e Nor wsglan Imrk lingua, which went nihare on Oaskln bank, Is a total wreck. The cnptaln und orsw wore saved. The Iwrk Noe, In nttsmptlug to rescue tho crew of whloh I.leut. Morgan and ono of his companions lost tholr lives, hna disappeared. The loss of the rice crap on the Savannah river nlono la estimated at $100,000 to to IMO.000. Three-fourths of the crop has been deatoyed. The lose to planters be twoon Savannah nnd Augusta will run Into tho hundreds of thousands. A honvy flood la reported In the upper Savannah river, nnd mosongors wore nont out from horo last night to warn plnntcra of Its approach. The cotton crop In tho counties ad JolnlngSavnunnh la practically tulntd. Wiir Mny llf.iill. Paris, Sept. 3. Tho roport put In circulation by a nowa agency that n revision of the Dreyfus easo hnd been decided upon npiears lo lie premature. It Is now pointed out that a revision must bo sanctioned by n cabinet roun cll under the presidency of M. Pnure. No sueh council has been hnd at yet, but M. Cavalgnno. the minister of war. conferred at great length yester day with M. Sarlen, the minister of Justice, and M. Urlasnn, president of the council nnd mlnlHtor of tho Inte rior. The presumption Is that thoso conferences hnd to do with tho propo- eal of a revision, hut tho results hnvo not boon mndo public. Oroat oxcltomont prevails. It Is thought hero Hint Oroat Ilrltaln and Itussla aro on tho ovo of war, and tho Dreyfus Bcnndnl will Involvo Franco In n war with Oormnny. Franco Is trying to prevent troublo with (lonnnny, and mny auccood In getting ovor this crisis. Scvorol min isterial confuiViicoa havo been hold. Thoso and othor ministerial confor oncos wore dovotod to nn ondoavor to convlnco tho mlulstor for wnr of tha nccosslty on political grounds of n re vision of tho Droyfus case, whllo tho wholo country, Including tho army, now Insists on It. High officers confoss that tho discus slons that will follow rovolslon will probably ontnll war, but thoy say that would bo proforablo to having tho nrmy remain undor a cloud, with the possibilities of again leading to intor nal troublo. (liny Mk nlrnrii. Illr.hmond, Ky., SopU 3. Tho peti tion for dlvoroo filed by Don. Cnsslus M. Cluy to securo a legal separation from his girl wlfo, Dora lllohardson Clay, recltos that tho "plaintiff haa treated tho defendant In nil rosptcts na n dutiful nnd faithful husband Bhould nnd that ho fully mot and dis charged all tho covonants of said mar- rlago contraot, but that tho defendant did without fault on tho part of tho plaintiff abandon him on July 3, 1897. nnd has slnco Jlvod Boparato and apart from him." (Jon. Clay prays for a dlvorco and asks that tho defendant bo restored to her maldon namo nnd glvon all propor rollof, whloh Is supposed to moan that ho Intonds to provldo a llboral alimony. The dofondnnt's answer admits all the oharges. Oen. Clay Bays uiai mo gin shell novor want so long aa he lives. Tho Intornallonnl conferonco at Quo bee has adjourned until tho 20th. ) Nlmw't Uei. Cleburne, Tex., Sept 3. John D. Shaw, who was first condemned to be hanged on Sept. 6, lias secured another lease of life. Ho cannot now bo exo outed till after the third Monday In November. Judge J. M. Hall to-day set that date, which Is the first day of the November term, for the trial of the lunacy Issue railed by ShaWs lawyers. llaukruptey 'llllan. Chicago, III.. Sept. 3. M. II. Under wood, Jr., who has been engaged In tho Investment nnd loan business, has filed k petition In bankruptcy. His liabili ties aggregate ftSS.OOO. principally money Invested by him for hla credi tors In mining, Improvement oompan les nnd board of trade speculations. His awels ore placed at about $110,000, part of which Is In dispute before the courts. The Oetnber coupon of the Cuban debt la to be paid by Spain. Kentucky Tfiui. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 3. Tho two hoapttHl corps for the sick soldiers re lief trains left horo last night. The ChlckamuHgR corps will tie provided with a special train of Ave sleepers nt Kunxvllle. The Newport Ksws train will constat of seven etosttsrs. They Mu. taring Out, WaaWngbsn, Sept. 3. A statement prepared nt tho war department shows tint Including yeeterday olghty-threo of tho organisations In the volunteer nrmy have received orders looking to tholr being mustered out of tho ser vice. This number probably repre sents a'nost one-third of tho approxi mately iMO.000 men called for by tho president In the two proclamations Is sued by him. lUlum la HUlton., Washington. Popt, 3. Orders havo boon Issued by tho war department that all regular army regiments now at Montauk, whlah were stationed pre viously east of the Mississippi river, shall return to those same stations. - ItM.liuttu elm (Innilnnn In a raw tiaya. me maic arostmi i shl.ltMr fDr -arau itilsmanHMtHueut and this city will be use as a uwHerary 7" lBUrr.. ... .... camp-ia,, ir0 boapiinf for ...ch -oWtar a a. ta o JjCTl. not big cToJh to bin- regular home or llud it impossible to J cowwuptL bs lakci bcuui.