The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 90, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 16, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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lHR W.^LY AS Or.lATtU MRfcss PAPER IN OKLAHOMA
1HS. FIRST PAPER PUBLISHED IN OKLAHOMA.
President Makes an Address
PHILIPPINE POLICY ENDORSED
President of Catholic American
School Speaks for the Work There
HIS FIRST ACCEPTANCE TO SPEAK
brent Demonstration nml Songs in
Hits Honor mill Approval of
II is ltemarksof Lib
W\K1)N KSDAY MORXING.
en Lire slate militia in Pittsburg on tho
Secretary Hay, accompanied by his
arrived this evening Burlington, Vu lie
had a short talk with the president
pending matters, tout had no tilling to i
tonight f«.*r publication.
EVANS NOT EXONERATED
COL. CASE MAKES A STATEMENT
Chattanoga, Tcnn., Aug. 13.—Col. 11. B.
Case, of this city, of the G. A. R com-
mission appointed to investigate the of-
fice of Pension Commissioner Evans, de-
nies the report that the committee has
decided to exhyonorate Mr. Evans. Col.
Caen made the following statement:
h«ro has as yet never been a report
of the commission given out in fact it
has never been wrltt
views will be sent to
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. AUGUST 10, 18911.
AY E1)\ESDAY MOUNT \G
omg •-sman r red \\ N as a -v.nip- a * Olir*
ini.-o. The names- M J. V\ i and Id I I j 11
,M or laker in a . 1. !•'. r flil
l.< lima: t i e . It. 1'. II- id Ma. ' |f| III 11
K. Stall are n to-lst 1 '
• mien, tvacn mans
to R. B. Brown, of
Jamesville. who Is chairman of the com-
mission. ITe will draft a report and this
will be submitted to the committee at its
meeting In Washington Sept. 1. Th«m,
nml not until then, will any one kno
what the report Is."
Present Chairman Democratic
Party Sees Success in It.
TAMMANY'S AID SUCCESS
With Its Support There Will be
tually Wo Opposition.
I\. Stall are men.'.
>ned and llolst Is
niont.ancd as can.
d ite for supcrln
ent of pub. c 1j:
tic: on. Ti e actb
the 0 invention 011
platform and inunina-
tions depends on
lirh w ng of the
radical or conserv
tive. is In eontr
Mr. Bryan in;i I.
a lengthy disco
of Imperialism. Th
e difference, he
between a republic
md an empire is
A republic need-
an army of 25.00C
to.000, peiple. Ai
times that large an
av-y when ten
Ion population Is
dded. This silts
> >ung men who get
jobs In the army
net the people nebo
pa> $1,500 a year
xiwti t<c maintain t
he sold ers hi
Mr Bryan gave
figurvs to show
th ,nd ot 1^- r 11 1 1
• ns do not col.
rao.d'v md said ti
at with 20 peopl
• •<-. |
the tare nvle In
tiner lea and 00 to
mi- In the Ph!!'r . •
les, there is no «.p
volunteer regiments will be obtained b
tho middle of September .
NO L0NGrR IN DANG R.
l.ABUHl IS I.IKI'i.V TO IlECOVEH
FROM Ills WOV.ND.
An?. 1V M Iv.il.orl In ir..w do-
Conflict to be Avoided
Truce if Possible.
MESSENGERS ARE ADM I TlD
• 'in of danger, lie li- on his l ack, Ur
it bio t' move, but I • ; returning to tti
leg which y esterda;. was : iou; i : to li
paralysed. He has no fev-M- and coi
tinues to .1 seus.s t h. trial. Hi.- v\ ■ t,• h.i
remained at his bedside practically ev
since he was wounded. Naturally -he
much relieved at th. favorable rep:.vis
the. doctors, who hop.* t<i see the ti
ttnguished lawyer on hi® feet before th
trial Is ended.
Whip Them Nightly in a Sec-
tion of South Carolina,
GOVERNOR ASKED TO PROTECT
HER FINISHING TOUCHES
COLUMBIA BEATS DEFENDER FOR
T'IE LAST TIME.
Newport, R. I., Aug. 15.—t'nler the
clearest of skies ami in as fine a top sail
breeze as one coal Id desire, Columbia put
Plattsburg, N. Y., 15.-President McKln-'the fln hlnK 1 "'di.s to her series of trial
ley, accompanied by Private
| races against Defender in the presence
secretary ^ „f the New York yac,ht cluh flew toUay.
Cortelyou, left Hotel Champlain this morn ; winning t twenty-.m.- mile rare l>j.
Ing« at a few minutes past 11 o'clock and 1 (i; !,t crinu;. s a:. I fifiy-two .-••ron.N.
Tho ficklessness of the breeze caused
disappointment and the contest which
looked at the start as if it was going to
be a splendid one, developed into a lazy
Of course Columbia won from Defend-
BUI DOES CHOKER MEAN
3Ii Complimentary Iteuiarks May
Aot be an iauloi'M un it: of llim
— Still ^iiouiii lie .fieaii
vty tlvere. Even if
r ofT all the nai Ives
:ng Americans to i
; His FriendS Confer With Him But He
•was driven down to the Auditorium on
the grounds of the ratholic summer sell...I
of America, at Cliff ilaven, on Lake
Champlain. Atriumphai arch of ever-
greens interlaced wan Amer^an nags
hat been erected at the e trance of the
grounds and the auditorium and many of
cottages on the ground, h /f sen gaily
decorated with flags and bunting in h.e.or
of the president'^ vi it. The road from
the hotel to the summer school ground
was lined with people anxious to get a
glimpse of the president. As th" president
entered the auditorium the -spectators
arose and sang a song composed fir the
occasion and set to the music of Hi Pur-
Rev. M. J. La veil e, president of the
catholic summer school intr-durr.l Pre-
vident McKinley. Father Lavelleg speech
was frequently Interrupt d by hearty ap-
plause, and when during the course of '
his remarks, he predicted ti: a the "mil-
lions of people recently brought under our
protectorate would make American citl-
Eens as loyal, as sturdy and as true a
those who are here,today," the aitdien
As President McKinley arose, the audi- !
* fence applauded, cheered, waved flags,
handkerchiefs and parasols until he made
a motion for th< m t.. . i. -i t. He ha i not
Intended to speak. In fact, this Is the
first Invitation to appear in i die that
he has accepted since he arrived at the
hotel. He said: t
"I had not intended to say a word. But
f cannot sit In silet«e In t h< pri • • . :
this splendid demonstration of your good
will and patriotism. "Whatever the gov-
ernment of the United States h: ben
able to accomplish since i last mi t yon
here has been because the hearts of the
people have been with the government
of the United States. Our patriotism is
neither sectional nor se arlan. We may
niFer in our political and religious beliefs
hut we are united for the c runtry. Loyal-
ty to the government i our national!
■reed. We follow, all of u e flag. It
symbolizes our purposes and our asplrar I
lions; It reepres'-nts what we believe and
what we mean to maintain and. wherever
It flouts, it is the flag of the fjt • I u
hope of ti ppressed and, wherever it
I? Stalled, with any sacrifice it will be car. I
fled to a triumphant peacc. We have j
fnore flagi bare th i we ever had b< foi e.
There are In evidence everywhere. I
raw them carried by the little ones "oft
your laws, and as lonr «
(these flags in tb-ir little hands taere j
•will bo patrl >t!sm In their 1
flag now floats from the homes of the
millions, even from our places of worship;
It is seen from our school hou es, from
|h« shops .the fa-ctrles, tho mining twns,
and it Waves from the camp of tho pion-
eer in the distant outre- t 1 on the
lumberman* hut in the de-.-c for. t It
Is found in the home of the humblest toil-
er and wbat it reoresents is diar to ids
heart. Rebellion may d. v. I ut It can
tiever defeat Its blessed mlsslQg of liberty
The president spoke slowly and deliber-
ately in moderate but earnest tone.Only
once did he raise his voire, win 'ie said
that the "Hag, v. . ver It c .. iiI, I
will be carried to a triumphant peace."
The cheering which Interrupted his
speech at this point fairly shook the roof
end he was unable to make himself heard
tfor nearly a minute.
At the close of the presidents speech the
audience joined in singing th • Star Fpanfr.
led Banner stnd they sang it with a will.
The audience then forme 1 in line and filed
across the stage and shook hands with
ISfr. McKinley The president and Fath*T
I.avelle then left the building and walk-
ed around the grounds, fol w. d b\ a
crowd. After t I. | Id || ted the
grounds, the president and Mr. C.rfelyou
re-enterivl their carriage and were driven
Ijack to the hotel .
A <v nvmfttee consisting- of Gov Stone,
inf Pen ti., Rc bt irt Ptcairn and E. M nig-
eiow of Pittsburg arrived here tonight .o
invite Pree d< m ICtfKlnley • • •
♦ron to 1>e tendered the Tenth Pennsyl-
vania in i v • sburg upon the r i irn home.
August The 'President aocepted • ije ln-
S'Itatlon and wil. le>^ her« August 2«,
acrlv vg In Pittis'burg Sunday evening,
ULugu.-: 17. Than
Amorita won easily from her rival,
Qirisetta. In the thirty footer class, Caro-
lina won by skillful handling.
GRAND DUTCHY OF BADEN STOPS
Berlin, Aug. 16.—The government of the
Grand Dutchy of Baden has forbidden
any and every demionstratton propose^ In
honor of the victims of t'he unsuccessful
I rebellion 0.1' 1^41t when the democratic pa —
j ty under lirentano took possession of
| Carlsrube and held H until the Prussian
i r<, . affected the restoration of the
proj>osal to erect a monument tn
metory of Bastatt, where the reb-
|els made their final stand, has also been
St. Louis, Au,
«xd Lilt lolluv\ iii^, io say tudu
tilt- par parted interview
■Gov. W. J. Stone
v lork iLspaicn
y will certainly
Crokei covcibU ui a Nt
Ji it is true," said th
Mr. Crcker really favor
of Mr. Bryan, Tanuria
follow him and there will lie no oppo- lior j 1
to Mr. Bryan. The hearty che. i s which
greeted Gov. Hoggs' speech in New York
on the Fourth of July * uld rath, in !l-
cate that Mr. Bryan Js not la king sup-
porters In the Tammany . rgan:zat'|. n
will be but very little opposition In the
east to Mr. Bryan.
"A statement h s been made and pur-
porting to come from Mr. Croker, to the
effect that what he s i d r. mplimentary
of Mr. Bryan, was not m-tend. 1 as an en
Horsemen! of his candidacy for the presi-
dency, but merely for the purpose of pay-
ing a tribute to a deserving public man.
St'll. It may 'bo that Mr. C-v-'ker -ireo-.d,
thinks that the pnrtv could do n'o better
than to nominate Mr. Bryan
i r to live in Iowa and Ne-br
pro<fit will not equal tthe c -t and the
profit will not go to the right people, but
to Investment syndicates. Even If any
man is Wiling to trad, f r pot'.:age, and
does not have a .;t ie tor birthright, he
bad better investigate the pottage. As the
Tag.'iIs are largely christ an* and our na-
tlv- allies are latr.eh- Mobammedans. we
"/tight -n ask the sui: m to help us subdup
the Christian Insurgents.
Th s government ought to make a dec-
lai • t ion of good intentions towards the
Phillpp ncs as It did tow.ird < "ub.i. The
president ought to have done so, or if be j
did not have the pow-, should have asked i
congress fi>r Ik. .\ >w. he m. glit call a
ATTEMPT TO SAVE HUMAN LIFE
•dent of the a . .•,
t ement tint the pn<^
t W is rifled yesterday
n the ground wound
the pockets fcf his c<
Cleveland called a
JTea 1 it-he •Sherman ,o t
ed one. A special «.•
mu h mom y. but r, t
ntlnuance of |ii
p nver. i
McKinley call- roin :
now would cost lead
r'y so much as ing .
Uovrrunipnt TlilnkH a (•(■nerul
liict U ouid 1-111mtie it au
teitipt Mere lladt* to
Forcibly A rres'
is, Aug.. 15—.M. Waldr. k-Ro!
rred several times during the
M. Lep no t5ie protect of i>oliio
IWidorait .an of t'he fart that .
s In the amst of Gcurin
lo u usoie - sacrifice of lift
^t.il g;eater deni>nsf.rut.on it the
of Labor s ei
he .was- lying
Not only w.-r
emptied, but an attempt
st eal the wallet in which
papers referring t > the et
eluding his notes for the
tlon of General Mereier.
* one of th
Better Class ot White People Don'f
Want Neyroes Driven Out
.lust fallen and t
■•"at must be taken off
«"d his prese
allow the wallet to
hands*, putting It und
low and hobPnr It v
as made to
ss-ex a mli i a
lie will be too
SCHEME TO STEAL LAND
thnn tnik I ho wounrte.l
and m not her man seized
Labor!, howev er, retain-
of <min<l and refused to
ken out of his
head P'ir a nil-
( his wlf
J re~ i If their
NATIONAL CYCLING CIRCUIT
TEN THOUSAND WITNESSED TlILi
RACES V ESTE K DAY.
IN STATE CONVENTION,
General Torres Made a Quick
Campaign cf it--Dislodgeci
WaUtham, Mass., Aug. 1.V-«At t'he grand
circuit meet of tho national cycling asso-
ciation today, three world's records were
broken. Attendance 10,000.
Tom Linton won the J5 mile motor pac-
ed ra.ro in 411:41 l-."> breaking Elko's rec-
ord by four-fifths of a second.
Linton continued around t'he -track ar-
ter making tills
run, making 34
wh.hc breaks Ta> o. V record by 4i0 yards
Everett Ryan deieutcd Farnaham in a
ten mile pace drace, breaking the world's
record held by ih mseif by 1 4-5 seconds. I Mr. I
The two mi.e N. C. A. championship j The
Bryan and Weaver-
Chicago, Aug. 15.—A spec.a
Times-Herald from Guayamas, Mexico,
Military operations In the Yaqui vallby
culminated on Friday in a series of en-
gagements and th- final route and d!:-
* * "• Indians.
;:i rebellion had cnncrntrn*-
•res at Vicament, on the south
ral Torres began offensive ori-
on Thlirsd.iy After a sharp
t the Indians fled leaving tliir-
•en loss was ten killed and
obloquies of the victim ,the prrmicr d< -
i-ided not to expose the life of any man
soldier, policeman or fireman, but tc
leave M. GuerIn, a choice between self-
imprisonment and arrest.
MeanwiiiIe it l*ooks as t<
fair would have a ratiher
The Tr ends of M. Guerin
themselves iro rescue him
fiossible and foolish positlo
■sim of the w.-d known art
] crm.t to enter M Guerin's
vise him to sun
suring him that
tr> look i
w i • ! put on. A r-
•n« e M. Labor! asked
o his noclictg and p.-.
re safe. Mme. Labor!
of Importance were In
wh . b only
gh this af- I
mo ending '
• in an un-
ise and ad-
at dtecri ton, as-
doubied his rour-
' '' ftc including menacing lettev«
eeelved on the prev
f the lawyer's pock
attempt to steal his wa
ffort was made to app
i'itch or money, are regar
vidence of a pi t in which
t, while no
rsal of thf
ed their fore
gag. ments oi
ty dead on ti
Des Moines, Iowa,
full of democrats to:
ail parts of the fcnat
Gen. J. B. W>
Aug. 15—This city Is in
g;!t, who ame from The troor
to hear "W. J. Ury- four Tn
er and others speak. r>n'* th
a si*ty minute Two great meetings were (held this even-I Foiinwi
and 1,618 yards, I tig rthe main one at the auditorium Ires fn"^f
I where Ho W. J. Bryan spoke to 5.000,
I and the other at the tabernacle where
I General Weaver spoke for an hour unt 1
.van came from the first meeting.
fr ends of the various candidates
<1 at 4:
i ' .d-od the Yaqui and kill, d
!ve of the First battalion and
National Guard were wounded
: the enemy clns-Iv Gen. T- r-
•another force of Indians en-
trenched behind the bank of the irriga-
tion canal, wd • the mad crosses. Af-
ter h.vtf an hour of fight;nrr the Taquls
were driven from this position with a lose
of s,x rr-n On. Mexmn sergeant and
three *< !<)i r were woui 'ed
The Tnquls r-re now scnttered In small
parties, and It not likely that they will
be temporary chairman and deliver I consentr:,,« ap-'in. The rest of the ram-
won; Harry Caldwell second; Burns | the main convention sP. vh. is the r ,n. pa,ffn w,n Probably consist of huntlnc
professional race was won by Tom Coop- i for tlhc nomlnaitionfor governor have be
or an 1 the one ma handicap professional bar d «t work all day and tonight. t
race hv Marl Kiser. Summary: winner cannot be told. Cato Sells. u
25 milo motor paced rare. Tom L ntml'wlll
Pierce third; Stinson fourth. T me 42:11 : * l dldate fi
Two mile N. <\ A. championship. Tom j Rev, S.
' ooper won: F. A. McFarland •«,id; j did.att
Marl Kis.r third; Owen S. Knight four;h; j case
Time 4;13 4-5. bet we
« the can
II. Basil. r n-f Wa e
f tlhe rad ti sliver el ment.
convention is unable to choo:
them, there is talk of form.
out tho rene-.' •
beglnnlng to r
Itv of the Mex
t'he Yarpils on
TV "Wright, ov-
Iri Yaqui v.-rir-
the authorlti. s.
Inspect on of h
- from their h d n-
Aug. r -The mln-
n confidence In thi
r f'f extensive prop, tv
after consultinir with
1 started on a tour of
ram.n -anil mine- ITe
age, but that he oughk not to c^Jinpro-
mlse his friends and he the cause af plac-
ing human lit. at stake. Joseph leasees,
eml-bemite, deputy txfv G«rs, was
furr i- i v ith ,i similar «erinlt 9 l
M (Jue-,r ,.ir 4) o'clock thir evening and
he | eon4erred with three quarters oJ" an hour
o, making every < IT rt t i persuade Ouer'.n
and 'his a.-socku es that further resistance
v was was \aln and dangerous. At albout
j half past 10 M. Lasers went to -tv M.
\ Wnhie.'k-Rosseau. In the premler'-s ab-
I ecne.- r.e, was received by his ch ef of
• ' net. Tn the course of an Interv'ew, M.
! Last es denied that he was in charge of
any negotiations or represented • i:her
side. He si.id he was simply act ng on
h:s own responsibility because he was
anxious to avoid s:rlfe.
1 'believe M. LascA? continued, that the
matter will bo arranger tomorrow. M.
Guer-n. and his friends are over exrlte-1.
TI "• ire ex'iausted by sieep:. ; .hts
and the momentary expectation of
Mce coup, f have succeeded in obt
an a^uranco from M Waideck-t: seiu.
that they wll not be disturbed • might
and may get needful repose. Tomorrow T
shai: - -e -he premier and arrange t-rms
by which M GuerIn and his assoc .r. s
sUiall constitute themselves pi* soners
The premier is not lntrantn'bto, and will
doubtless grant their wiah tb be -treated
with Indulgence, and M Ouer'n's r. mm. -t
to be allowed to surrender at the police
depot instead ( bring arrested n the
Rue Chabrol. 1 may say thmt I have
spoken not only in my own name but al-
so In that of M Drumont.
place There w is Considerable excitement ac«
compan ed by demonstrations and scuf-
fles In the Rue Cha/bro't n the our.-, f
the rv.ninj and hte police mad- . \.r,i'
GATHER AT BOSTGM.
tn'ns v r nfnt
annual meeting of the L
At 9 « *. I ek this mornlnc
! alone th sonfi shore wn
I Iv 30i) lidr-s were In the pa
1 run In which fully 200 rider
| through the park system '
'Arboretum, orumbiga park
po- 1 The first rai
ine : r.'-et will be ,
iu , tomorrow afte
1 all day run
> An .'h#r
join 1 was
1 ho Arnold
d the New-
tnd no special | far
d for them In Th-
various club sta
t crlaiii I'ai lii M Want a .S«Ttioii ot
Country and Think Thiw the
W ay to liiftlt Negroes
I Hiding in the
Allan a, Ga , Aug. 15—A spe. iaj t.o tue
«.'vui t tuil.on from Greenwood, S. C. says:
The -hrrilt of this county today appeal-
ed to Governor McSweeney for aid -to as-
n in n auppi e.-.-: n; whii'te. ap outrages
wi'ir.u began her.- about a week ago.
T.jnihgt the Governor sent word ho
would m Greenwood tomorrow with
A ■ >rn< Geneial i;< I linger to make a
personei investigation of th< situatibn.
'I' ' "I'. than a week a gang of so-
• ti-' 1 win . .t.ps have been wfliipping ne-
K'' iti thi: county . v.-ry night. Tho sec-
>' • 1' Greenwooii and Ph'oenix s
1 1 '• ■' 1 ted by negi-oes who rent from
wihlte landlords it was at Phoenix, in
tiiis . immunity that the election riot
between blacks and •whites took place last
'N >\ em'aer -Since t hat among the lower
class of whites fhere iha.s been an unre-
| letitlng disposition tto drive out the ne-
Kt ■ < eri.t;n white m.-n here (it is said,
t c.mtrbl of the valuable I .r<l
: aer a >uts and in order to do so they
h.i\'- et about to drive out the negroes.
Mmiay night, one week ago. rthe wh p-
.ng gan. 'N- gro bouses were visited,
and : be Inmates taken out and beaten.
Several nights last week this performance
wa rep. a ted and wide territory has been
cover. ! in this manner by the whitecap-
P-- The n< groes are sa-d to Qk> in a
1 to of u-ror arid many spend the nlghta
and swamps, while o hers
k :ho pi .1 ti-on of the white landlords.
On Saturday 1 _-ht 200 ncgnors ,] ent the
night vn Greenwood and -many of them
have never returned t'o tihelr homes. So
ui have left ft-he country.
>f whites dendora the
1 ■ « om that
''1 with the
GOVERNMENT IN CONTROL.
THE SITUATION TN SAN
New York. Aug. I
11 " .
"fticlal advices receive.I from Captain
Edwin Longnecker, commanding the ,
cruiser New Orleans show the situation
In Sa- Domingo to be 1c s exciting than !
has been currently reported.
' 'aptaln Longnd ker regards the con-
dition of affairs such that the New or- I
leans and Maehlas may leave Sant
afraid -to give in^ rma-
1,1 "c-ria whit--. men have b-en
tbrent <ed If they take action against
>r '' man and Congressman Lat-
•" !l '-ere attending the Wheat
''at on nd it Is believed they
vornor In his investiga-
jn of the
reeard the undertaklncr
although he mu?
KRUGER STICKS TO IT
HAS NOT YKT A N'SWKRED THE ENG-
LISH GOVERN M M N T.
Presteyrl 1 Am:
lie to the prop-
I of th
South A Trie 1 r 1 repul.
I ' f the British s.-ere-
ph Chamberlain, to re-
1 mission of Inquiry the
hise reforms upon the
ndors, has not v • t. be.-n
I Mil 11 r, Br 1 h high
'Uth Africa TI.- vari-
ous alarming rumors In circulate n are,
howver, w • it foundation.
President Knnrer has issued a broch-
ure su 1 >• .rtinr li s prop ,sal r gn ,i,ng
tho removal of religions dlsabilltb -
WAIiNS TUB OKN! THAT THEY
OTIS TO BE GIVEN
ALL MEN HE WANTS.
rlon , depart
KING OF SWEEDEN'S SAY
XiVMKNOR O> SAMOA MAY RENOM-
INATED BY HIM.
Aug. 15 The correspondent of
at Ai l 1, in a letter which ap-
m« rn:ng, gives the report of
n omm - Jon inextt ns ,. sh'ow-
1 ise of 1 rlurc ->n the part of
► >w • rs !•. a-::. .. a s tn governor
'ia ' • eli! functionary will be
him by the kin* of Sweden
•Ma- bias to coal and upon her return ;
Id have -me with ,ne New Orleans. 1
Is his dispatch, dated yesterday
III. Alt > BY eiiM'I'l^, FAMOUS I It mil Rim.
Thl« old oastlp. one of Iha principal po'nt, Qf InUrts. lo the it>urlat In Ireland.
th" n,t""Ih century, .he re.ld^nra or thf MrCnrthv r.inil who hoaist«i
of great ki.ih.uh , warriors Di;rli.g a «|. o tta d-ferder, pour. d d n l. ad
romw..,, Krlni aoldlar.. But Iha arrai apot ,„„r, hl Ih, :ilr.tn,nej
Thi, Ja to be feund on ti.. ,.q,ur. lower The thi. K to do la to klaa
*r over an own
,TM- w,th wonJerful pcnuaaTva powe,
klsjlng Is rath*r a dan^trous ftat, it betas necessary to lean
suAttt La rucu the stone.
Paris, An". 1
ourr.al de Pet
Hon for t •. it
hostages und 1
Tae anarch's! organ, Lc
New York, Aug. 15. ——A special t >
Herlad from W ashington, :a\ . Or
are expected within a few daw; dlr
Ing the organisation of live n. w vo
teer regiments for the PhillppJ
While a final decision on the mattei
enlisting still more troops has rot
be.n made, the fact that 8ecretai\ I
Is already considering the question of
fleers f ir the regiments indicates
strong probability that they will bo
Secretary Root Is determined that
fall campaign shall end the. ins
and that General Otl« may hai
ru e for failure to bring it to a close, he i
prop- ••,; givlmg him as large an army
aa conditions may ahow Is .try.The j fli-v
proposed new regiments may be sent irn- a Bk;
mediately after Ih ten v-.lun .-r regi- ! Is un.i
ments already enlisted, should the n« , - a pa
esslty for them hi demonntrated. Should The eo
It be apparent «hm these commands ed by ;
have been recruited that Otis' f >r« - is berger
11 : ' auflit'- n to «ontrol th< 1 Ituatlo% the coi
reelultlng will continue until .11 of the the p 1
volunteers authorized by congress have from t
der of the Machla
Everything is quia
Maehlas to proeei
c .al or to San Juan
ontlnues tho same.
I San Domingo. He-
for good order in Samoa
nance of good relations be-
ree powers, but he says he
• • that this or nnv 01 .. r
depends for ite tuoeees upon
domes c and foreign in-
an . rv® any purpuse
supply of coal.
NeW Orleans an
they niay be us.
he relief work In
ere Is an !
e arrival I
is at San
CONDUCTOR UNOEft ARREST.
CHAIWilOD WITH StlOOTlN.;
IN'IKNT TO WOUND.
Cleveland. o„ auk. r, - j.-itnes j
mger with inti
iductor claims I
pa -eng-r nami
er tried to th
1 enlisted .
e n *M Laborl th
eneral Merrier ai
rte and Judet a
^ for the ten
nucleus for the
r an the latter dr
ent a bullet throw.
•o wound him. \ '
have been Insult- j '
Charley Llnken- j
operating one of 1
■r sorne bantering
anything done against .he anarchists. | paitment t
w regi The rn
bat eiiouyh men to-: #gnt*en (ifampivd
in who succeeds n forgln
be front in a posit .n
011 by the OIVD a he laWs,
MINISTER WILL NOT RESIGN
• It AN ) YON MIGUEL ON
mi, An - Pi- The Reri'-iai correspond
n .1 ;■ - t.ion to deny the rumors
"ent bet a .01 Emperor Wll*
id Dr. vert Miguel.
it the min ster intends
1 it. foundation. He wai
tin- fetes that folVo-wed the
1 t'he Dort'mund Ems canal
didn't h«ave his gala
to the Agrar.an attacks
1 t he Kn r i said to
1 aimed Indignantly j
' 'I r.-t 1 e;i 1 ,.,| before t'his attack,
'-■ 1 abillcate at once."
I< A jg. 15—T'he board of aide"-
1 v '"'"Pted a resolution author s-
,s 1 1 . br.i.t on '• xtumLt tio to
- wJ.hout advertising for
1 onaideied good form, yet
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