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   Des Moines Leader (Newspaper) - September 14, 1899, Des Moines, Iowa                                THE ESTABLISHED 1848 TUB DKfc MOllSES WEEKLY LEADER THURSDAY 8EPTEMBKK 14 1809 PRICE 50 CENTS PER YEAR BOYCOTT MOVE GROWING CHICAGO PARTY DECIDES TO SNUB PARIS SHOW It CouUlljfU 70t3Uniln IH WJut Hullxkl in Aflraucti InUieuatlun May lie J Tliomii ton Oppuvec to Itojcott Chicago Scjii one obstacle U feared as likely to mar the nucceus of the fjtdtgnatltfh al which the verdfet of the Dreyfus court martial Ss to be denounced und which has been called for Metropolitan hall next Sun day afternoon by the ntlyflve lodges of the Jewish Order of the VVcstcrii Star and this is the international as pect that may be given the affair The French consul fit Chicago may decide that such a gathering would ba dlseour tcoun to his home government and mafec representations to the Washing ton authorities with a view to having the meeting prohibited Indignation over the ouLcome of the Dreyfus trial has caused a iiarty of ever TOO Chlcagoans who were going to the fair in a body to abandon their trip Louis Halle who is the treasurer of the party today issued notices to the members to call at his oflke and get their money Immediately after the verdict In Hie Dreyfus trial Mr Halle commenced re ceiving1 letters from members rf the party saying that under no circum stances would they visit France Ko many of these JeUers were received that ameetlnjr of the executive com mittee was called and it was deemed advisable to call the entire trip oTf It Hash Robert J Thompson secretary of the Lafayette memorial commission says he thinks that thepeople of the United States are making a rash move to con demn the French nation for the Dreyfus vyrtfict The people of the Unitct States owe a deep debt of gratitude to France he said in an interview today and we should show moderation unt sympathy at this time Instead of vio lence The people of America must hot for get that as a nation independent of Eu ropean influence and die tat tort we owi all practically to Fiance France as a nation should have oui fiympathy at this juncture instead o our hatred It is a country where thi unexpected always happens and w may hope for a satisfactory adjustmen of the Dreyfus trial before the matte is closed At a conference today beUveeu Corn luisslonerGeneral Peck and the vari ous heads of the depattments In th Paris exposition commission the dircc tors all reported progress in their cle parfments and great interest manlfes ted by the exhibitors SV1I TO HE ILL Special Correspond ent He Ca Only Live a Shnrt Time Xew Torb Sept Special special table to the New York Journfi declares that Captain Dreyfus is a ver sick man and that he may live but few weeks JThe story is not confirmed el mid permit France to occu y wllh Ihe affairs of Ihe coun y arid tlie exhibition Uplines Stiit J2Mullhfcu Dreyfus lolled his brother tills morning He uijd lijtn bsarhijj up well The pvls ior received an enormous number 1 letors of sympathy since Saturday5 Paris Hepi Premier WalUcck oussrau rouorieiL lo the cabinet that outbreaks have occurred anywhere s a result of ihe Dreyfus verdict H s presumed jia aeiion was taken in Aincrlean Symicilliy San Francisco Sept The follow iy has hen sent McKlnlcy ly tie Kpiscopal clersy of IhEy city oundJy moved by the verdict in the Dreyfus case we most ciirnostiy re ii6Bt your exeolleney to taUe such ac on looking toward reversal of the entence as is possible compatible with tie diplomatic i cihUlons exisiuig eii the two nations ikAso Sept A Oipyfus iiixll iry KOticty 1ms been formed here by no hundred prominent Jews Cond uit tees to secure subscriptions and pcakers have been appointed Sympathy Tor Dreyfus York Scpt hoard of al ien ncti today adopted unanimously and discussion these rcsoluiEoiiK oti heDreyfus verdict Resolved That ihe municipal assem ly extend lo Captain Dreyfus Its sincere sympathy and further Uesolveil That hi ihe interests of jusT ice and humanity and republican fnsti utiotif express the liopo that the reat wrong1 be corrected that truth and ustlco shall prevail 3TILIELL IS TO BE IN CONTROL or Ilio rilthburK Gulf At tept thii Ih Had dp Urn Keor uuizatlon 1lan si AT ALLIANCE TAJK I SEQ HAV ON ANGLO Ss ERICAN RELATIONS uud guyjt ieiu In Need of At 8 Hi They Talk lllith America Cplutnbus Ohio Kept a letter Hlo Orande Jltirn growi flrni cr inoiu jjcnulne day by day CIiKlnnait Rept In reply to letter from Roston of the W IJ g ot tlifs city y cininiMnlcniloti r3 ref has written a ilising lo retract in hisformer IorrejipuiitJtiHo lie Aeitouncos all U ftpm the renr and close Llius VTlie war fs tho peopkV war TheyIn nuguratci It and they ivi Etand by UK wJjIcii endeavoring carry out their will that the revolitiio fiupiiresstil uiul iVstorc1 th to the DES MOINES IS GROWING NEW DIRECTORY WILL SHOW IN CREASE OF NEARLY 10000 CuuMrvutlve plutcil ri uf Ov surct Khuivt uu lucrrate r 5000 In Ioiiulutkou i More Is Kipectp J H L Iollc Co have about complet ed ihelr canvass of the city for tho new will names in the his book This year there does In any town until the book gets HO bigas lo rejulfe a wheel barrow formoving directory publisher plumed himself ihe com pleteness of hlK county and fsald Ii pro veil conclusively that Des Moines WHS a eliy of the flrsc class His table of population by waids was as follows First ward Males 1007 rfi Second Malos There is no alliance with tingland nor with any other power under heavej txcfpt those kpuo and published to the world the liSjrfos of ordinary In ternational friendship for iiurposcs of XortJuvoocl X Pi Sept lit will he in increase of Juht about 20 tlo town confpbHtly destroyed by nainrs which will btins tho total up tire his afternoon The bltue started I to 300DO names The estimate of pop tATEST PICTURE OF THE MAN WHOS COMING HOME Third ward Males Fourth Ftmales Iiflh Sixth lKC 1510 PEACE BEING PREDICTED INDICATIONS TRANSVAAL WILL ACCEPT CONFERENCE Ditpatch WtiN Jtea4 In tbe U for of Chicago Sept Tribune says According to a cablegram from Hol and today bondholders of the Kansas ity Pittsburgh and Gulf railroad have approved the plan as prepared by the Philadelphia commit tee This means A E StlKvelL and John AY Gates will have the control of the road when Ihe reorganization is perfected The members of the New York com mittee prepared a plan of reor ganization still claim when a reorgan ization is finally effected It will be der the terms of the plan as presented by their committee Under the Philadelphia plan the con trol of the road is put in the hands of voting trustees for a period of five years and Mr Stllwell and Mr John Gales are to serve on this board Mr Harriman who was the head of Ihe syndicate which secured control of the Chicago and Alton is on the New York committee anti it was expected if his plan was adopted there would be a cobinatlon between the Chicago and Alton ajid the Kansas City Pitlsburg and Gulf giving a through line from Chicago to the Gulf of Mexico S Kordyee receiver of the Kansas City Pittsburg and Gulf was in Chicago to day in conference wllh Mr The latter left tonight for the east where it is said lie will meet the mem bers of the Philadelphia committee CIVIL GOVERSJlElIT FOR PORTO RICO atlioi find iersotis attended a niass meet in at the MasoniR temple ionlght to pro test asiiinsl llic verdict of the Ilennes court ntartial In Ihe Dreyfus cose The speakers included nil creeds Hebrew Protestant and Catholic After a num ber ot addresses ihe meeting adopted a set of resolutions ufilrrmng belief m Ihe innocence of Dreyfus condemning Hie proceecliiigs of the court martial and pledging those iireseail to use every Ianfill mtl proper means to prevent the cooperation of tills country in the Parts exposition The resolutions concluded by calling on the president of the United Slates to convey to the French government In whatever form he might deem prop er the views of Hie American people on the Dreyfus verdict as voiced by this and other meetings throughout Ihe country Louisville Sept About 600 people gathered at Music hall this evening to participate in an expression of sympa thy for Captain Dreyfus Resolutions denouncing the verdict of the courtmar tial were adopted ajitl addresses were delivered by gentlemen of local protnli nence among them Rev T T Eaton a Baptist minister who said that it jus lice were denied Dreyfus he should be In favor of changing the name of Lou isville Boston Kept At meeting of the Boston school board tonight the follow Ing oidcr was passed unanimously work in preparation for the school exhibit at the Iaris exposition be suspended as far as possible and that the committee on the Paris exposi tion be requested to consider and report upon the advisability of rescinding the et lleciilcil Yc Itist a IVw uy Tlutt l Sept 12 The cabinet meeting today was occupied in the dis cussion of a form of civil government for Porto Jttco The indications now are that sonic form of local government will be decided upon and put into ope ration wHhin the next few weeks at the latest The details of the proposed plan have not yet been made public but it is understood that it involves the ap pointicenl ot a civil governor by the president and also the appointment of the chiefs of the several greaL depart ment of the government In addition the president nvill appoint from the leading citizens of the island a certain number to act in a IcgEslaUve capac ity with the civil governor and the members of his council These will be authorized to recommend any changes that may be thought necessary in the existing lavs and to suggest such oth as in iheir judgment may he deem ed best H Is not Intended that this form of government shall continue he yond the tline congress may see fit to legislate on the subject but it is the purpose of tno president lo give the Porto ttlcuns some voice in I3ieir own government pending such action Seventh ward Females Total for the city 15135 In ihe 1S73 directory M llubholl Is set down as it i number of Hie firtn of Polk AIIuLbell loan brokers No fi Mulberry street also as a member of Polk Hubbell ftaode lawyers at the same addresH Goo A Jewell was bookkeeper for William Dlckerson and secretary of the Des Molnos Scale com pany H F AllenH bank was al tho tiouilieasl comer of Fourth ami Court and Htiyt Sherman was given as stc retary of Ihe Kqultable Ilfe Insurance oamjmnj of Iowa of which IS P Alien was president ft K Finkblne was tlie only member of Ilio FinUblne family dignified with a place In Ihe directory lie was net down as a capital conunts fiionor hoarding at the Jones house on West Sixth street Samuel Merrill governor of towa was president of tbe Citizens National bank and treasurer of the State Insurance company The railroads of the ll was her alded as a railroad tbe Rock Island the Des MoSnes Valley Molnes Jndianola and Missouri ami tho Pes WJHterset and Southwestern The following were pro jected roads Altla Knoxville Ves Mo lues Des Mollies i McGregor lcs Mofnvs Western narrow saugej IcslBRfil to run lo Sioux City Dcii Mollies Amos DCS MolncR alo claimed rank as an Insurance cenlerwIlU the HawkeyeKq uttable Life of Iowa and State in Lhe Cyrus C Carpenter was Louenzo Marfitioz Delagoa Bay Sept consignment of ammunition pre sumably for the Transvaalhas arrived Pretoria Sept British cabi nets dispatch of Friday1 ban Just been hatidcd lo theTransvaal government Simla rndia Sept lirst transport for South Africa Halls wllh Inltl hospitals from Bombay September and ihe entire force from India will be embarked by September 25 nioemfomeln Kept Daily Friend says that it lias excellent au thority forprflfltcthiK that the govcu meni of the South African republic wJl accept the susgpied conference at Cape Toun Cape Town Kept unofll cial rcportti have Ijcen received from Prcotla predicting the Trails vaala acceptance of the terms of the latest dispatch which was read in the volks raad this afternoon and Is understood Lo furnish a Imsls for which nil iiossiMy Icad to a peaceful settlement Johannesburg Sept uillan Jcrs of Boxburg applied to the burgers for permission lo remain ncurral Jn event nf war but were refuted on the ground that as Hretons remaining in the Transvaal and refuslnff to fight they must be regarded aa Pretoria Kept rcadlny In volksraad todai of the reply of the British secretary of slate for the colo nies JrjsophChamberlain to tbe latsac TranEvuitl was grcsted with silence except for some from Mr Tocn and other uliraconser vatlvc membLTH its lernis however have produced considerable excitement hpic Thert are no intlirHtions as yet at the VIMVS held retrardlng it in official circles Au UlMmatuui ULI Not London Sept special dispatch from Pretoria trays the British note Jim ui ijuuivi was gunjinn vmcn read in both raads yester IOSa day is reyardrd there as a tbe Des Moiiiss Htiect Railway com pany And so on In the Kushnell directory con tained 15923 names on whlrh Ihn popu iRtlon was estimated m 55748 The census thai year Jiowcver cut the pop illation to The Jjffures for the directories In Intervening years down to he presetil were Population Year Namijp Rstlmatcd The 1895 directory contains an Inter est ing introductory apology in whteli tbe publishers declare that they wort about Ihe estimate of the but the state census had cut It down so badly thai their none failed and they hail come down to tiJ 000 TJKV find fjnilt uilJi tins census voles of board which provide for treaty In HIP National botsl through the care illation wlli he based on the multiple of olharthanthese exists none has been lessncs on part W a hircfl girl who That is the numbr of name as usintf gasoline to kill bed bugs and volume business aiul commerce JFOK A IOWAX r Illnir of Fiftirlh Iowa 31 title H Wept S Blair late private of Company M Fif tieth Iowa has been appoititeil lieulen in the Foriytourlh volunteers the exhibit Galveston Tex Sept a massl Washington Sept meeting tonight the citizens of inlics has cabled the war ton adopted resolulioris Ihe Dreyfus verdict but expressing Ihe Otis conviction Ibat the libertylevins peo ple of Frajtce would themselves sec Jus tice done department for rounds of ammunition for tbe army rifle This consignment will bo Txinttnit Hept movement to boycott the Paris exposition continues Several additional firms this afternoon their intention lo suspend propnratioiiH far their exhibits until the Dreyfus blot is wiped out lierlin Kppt Crcrniin com from here for Die Paris ex position accompanied by three assist ants sonc lo Paris to complete ar rangementK for the German exhibitors This fs generally interpreted as indicat Ins that Germany lias no intention as n nation of refraining from participa tion therein Many of the newspapers are pointing out lhat the exposition is not connected with politics nnd thoy counsel moderation nnUI the fiction of oilier nations is determined Germanys largely by that of Great liritain ihe United Htatcs ami Austria London Sept London solici tors of the French consulate have rc signed as a protest against ihe verdict of tbe DrpyfHK court The Jarls of the Daily Chronicle claims lo have good author ity for hn statement Hint DreyfUF v he pardoned though Presidtnl Inul not exercipc his pverocativtuntil after the meeting of the consil de re vision The home ofiice hfi tjrantpd permis sion for ilie proftopeu demorstritton in Hyde Pnrlt Iondort next Sunday to sympathy with Difyfus and lo Eppenl lo France ic do hjrn justice platforms will be erected and special reouetj are bcine mad to Ihe vnriou churches and religions so cle tks to nKfiist Ir promoJng the ilom Onslration ArtvUcs a Tnnlon Paris Kepi head of Pacification ho Tfnips urges Ihn government to takeadvan tage of the present conditions aritl par don Dreyfus which it arid would put tbt finishing touch the Itennc ver sent from Franctsco Iutbers Ioikitil Dui cKso Sspt lathers were locked out today by ihe bosses As a result the work on buildings at a standstill and before the warfare s over other building trades may be In volved All he great structures now going up in Chicago will affected unless some kind of cuniprumisQ is arriveil at It is alloyed by ihe bosses that the journeymen Itave been forcing llicir employers to accept such men as the journeymen send and in such numbers thai it was impossible to work lo ad vantage on either side none is in con templation It has never entered into the mind of the presidentnor of nny member of the government to forsake under my inducement the wise precept and example of the fathers which fnv batle entangling alliances wllh TMVO pean powers The letter was written al Newbiiry N H anil expressed jegret at the KCP relarys inability to accept an invitation to attend the republican campaign opening at Akron on September Ho discourses campaign issues at length chiefnntcreEt allaihing to his declara Uon on AngloAmcrieari alliance ll bo multipliedby 2Vj virtual ultimatum The correspondent It proposes a tive years franchise a quarter rcpreftniation Tor Die gold ieltlK in the volkraad and equality for ihe old and new ih regard to presidential and other eleclionr If these conditions are accepted a conference bat ween representatives of tho two governments shall follow Ibn purpose of drafting the necessary measures and of avoiding the introduc tion of unnecessary conditions by the Transvaal mnent the posftlbil ity of the of any new bills cal eulater to defeat the reforms In vioiy of iln fairl tlie note goes on in that the state of af fairs in Sinilh Africa cajinot be pro j IctngeO tlie Cefinite acceptance this pronoaal In rtsmnmte11 without delay I Olherwlao her inn jest yw tiovovnment j ivill Immediately lake the whole situa tion under reconsideration and will acL sti as lo brlns aboui a settlement note It 10 be published En London and Pretoria nadequate summary lias yet as an Jhe balance of Ciitie UiiJi ttncs lu regard ii as a rather iKiu City Reyt 12 At a raetthitf of docutheni since apparently cattlemenstuns loday io uoos not tix a lirno limit ganlxc a tioojienaivi live sttak LotntnhtI leaves the real crux of ihe for alon lc control the entile marihe pronnsinlrouferencc and does not In a worijt n0te eeems ti leave the way opttii to further negotiation sppcii Troin PioteiJiiaiitz bursTi eanHa or Natal says President Krugerit is asserted in re quarters to attend the proposed conference at CapeTovn pmvitlet he Is assured that Mr Chamberlains latest dispatch represents all that will he demanded by lion nml mer for ami ir those lorry Kh entttiir Harris of attlf aiiippcrs wcrr frcm Kansas Okliihtimrt and Texas Thi I to puroiKftc the in the one nf this existiny firms ami oiilv buyers iinii sfifppprf will tic nllovtM totnku slock It la planned tu have at kasl fjiit stoijli holder in yacli county n tho rattlegrov ITIB thin Ktofkhjlfler lo act as Ih i axnl of the comimny i hi CLevelaml O Sept t is iVnred by Cleveland frlemls of Son at or IIinna tlitt itier a surprise for lie people of Des SIit TTXO iinl Uluisrir Becksvlllc Kept icraissft of the tilopesnezit and marirago of his daughter Omp uih lames For Anrlrew Sitnpion rode to For syihes home ing well armed and swearing vengeance Approaching the house hesaw Forsylho miJ opCnod fire probabiy fatally wounding him Going to thn housr Simpjon shot and kilfcI Kor5vth5 fatJier aurl made an irjcfftClual attempt lo shoot his daugh ter and then rcmmiiKd mioidc by shootinj hiniFlf tliniush tlie head fn SfViiM Uarcelonn Disoonlvnt over Ihe new have beun discovtred in ntSshbovins villagos Matrriil Kit lORftit has n dpcroo niiir lial hiw hi the itrovinfi Vintayn Canijymnfn i Urrf CIiiraKo SMU ihe nbjoot of rlviiiiins or iaiidy iho faciunr pitrplviisg river valley points RIT Ii Tf tvdsiy from Cluln Minn nnrl Nli ivtro present French Cnlony Ilnnnod CHy HE Sept 1 Ilosiany an Ipft thin clly last night for Xtw York While htre he secincil an rpMon on SOU acres of lanJ fur ihe of locitEng two hundred families of French colonists FJeing in Hits desperate need of RUincnls ho says It is not strange lint they the democrats should have recourse to fiction An attempt is mado In the Ohio democratic platform to ex cite Ihe prejudice of certain classes of voters against Ihe present administra tion by accusing it of an alliance with KiiRlandThe people who make this charge know it to be untrue their making it is an insult lo the inlelMKcncc of those whose votes they seek by this gross misrepresentation But as one of tbfiir favorite methods of eanipagn Is to invent a fiction loo fantastic to con tradict and then lo assume It to he true because it has not been contratici eil you may permit me to take one mo ment to dispose o finis ghost story as It refers to the department with which I am connected Then follows the statement heretofore mentioned after which tlio secretary says T need not dwell upon this fart Even the man who wrote the Ohio plat form knows there is no alliance tint tneyseek to make capital in ihis paign out of the undeniable fad that our relations with Kngland arc more friendly anil satisfactory than thiy have nver been before It is hard lake such a change seriously and if It taken seriously how can it be treat wiUi patience In the name of com mon scnpe let me ask what is Ih duty of Ihe government if not to cultivate wherever pOFsibic agreeable anrl prof itable relations with oilier nations And if other nations why not with that great poucr which piands among xrealesl powers of ihe What harm what to otlur is there in this natural aiul friCiidshlp Only a n arrow anrl pur hlint spirit could Frf in it anything ex clusive It Is a poor fUnrved heart tJiiU hns room for only one fritmi It no with Kngland alono that our iclatioiisi nrc improved We are on butler terms L than in tno past with all the nalionp With Hussia our ohlllmc friend with great German impirc to which we j aiM liouncl liy many lies with our sJplfr republic of fiance Italy Austria and in plitirt every Europoan every Afilfttic nation our rtlrvtiona arc j growing in Intimacy and cordiality ev cry year and our friendship with our HAS rin Consul nl lAlttt Ailiwluhlial ions eiys hat If Unitei S1 consul fn Bremen has his Great Britain A sohitlon therefore is highly probable IKSTIVSTIKS AT SANTO 1IOMIXGO Arrival Jives M Fanto hondoii county icy of Hi vIiuIt he weekly ofIlls iHyfipprovai nf what tht McKlnlpy ijs atinctifid In hJs Chicago a rutiitriiu i w Vcneruolun Mir istar of AlTnirf CaracaF Venezuela Kept nnw ribinet Jiis hcn will Stnor Cil canu foreign minister President Andnnle bus kft here tn take commnnd if the troops oitoratlng iesint Gencrul the rcvovlutionary leader j Mniiusby thn aniKHincement vhen the direcitqry is coinplettd lhat lio num ber ufjmmes has Increased aboul land thHl the population of Ihe city is 7 larger Ilian a yctr Hgo rir about 7TrjOO Jnformnlion fronj many sources indicates that tliis estimate not un reasonable There are manifold evi dences on every hand lhat ihe city lias made a remarkable gain in popula tion The transfer companies pive prnljiilily ns Rornl an index of Hie move ment of population and their ropre Fontntivfcs say lhat there has been a large influx of people to the city ll will occasion no surprise if Ibe figure is 77500 and 75000 Is fixed as a minimum The directory company is making on the Atlantic Troops Ky Ktiit Laurel conservative estimates because ils rep 1 Anrl this is in a large way is at slake A l census will be taken year cd to be Ihe most per McKtnlny Cannot Meel New York Sept executive com miuec of tht IJfiwey rercpilon comrnittfcr tonight jtjive out a Icnrr irom President McKinlcy which WLIS received today U reads follows 1 am In receipt of Invitation lo ihe naval iirarle and recep tion and military pamtic and reviewon Krirttiy and Jth and STith Or the Mrmdmy following 1 shall hava iho him nstion5 capital f which he his ex IwfKvft ii desire to p roiled Al oneruiion the coiiflusinn of vour demonstration of from linn in lime nirtts tlnit f hsivo frcl enumeration thai is made Hence the directory publishers prefer accu racy to exaggerated estimates wbicli would be proverl unwarranted when Uii accurate count is completed Trie multiple of 24 is a very conser vative one In many cities 3 is used as Hie multiple is a favorilo figure and in some cities 4 and even 5 are used It should be understood of course that the directory canvass is mode on different bases in places where tg thi Ocs Moines directory the effort has always liten toseruro such a can ihe Jirector3 Vnost i irrantul by tlui of your yrciit und niv ikily Intcrcrleil HK irtl theenergy rtnt with wbUii thn coreiMtli was untTcrrikcn irl been carriMl for practical for rominon use Tho hoal nf owry family ia supposed to he listed so is ovry person ovor yenis of age are kIt all under marrirtl women anrl oonslilerable nnnibir of neop1 names will not bo hy fven Ihe most carcfitl Xnmts of firms nro irtfctn Jirn JiiH jir a durdicatinn in many En rival isi Now VrK n will nullify but this yoar In order to do ov ftnd anniirjitton in whlclt j finy on tills ac hold cent will be deducted nn Thorm1 h fTO lhf Popnlatioii com j make a iital nf 7462v and it would be thmot cortKOrvative directory osli Siii FriiKi nf tfnmh Ii ihti whu Htiirnrd on hirr hi timv 10 dfsomtwrkcil frarn Ui l in ttvlrmiiliit Snltl l0 pe ivtj v ill1 iniiT trinajmrt 1 K inty i mat11 nnywhfre tn the rnunlry firs liriory rver published in 1f MohKK was dated ISM It was hy J 1 ami is a lit tlA of Sn and with oinplp mavginK Tivlc pride In 1S73jit9t it here tntlrnr and dfulort the town directory be maae neighbors to the south of us from he of them As he had anticipawJ as pretentious aa possible anj it l2Thc runt and toiluy KI Frankfort to nsk 1FHtMcy HtlKT to pcnd ronps or the state for fifty dcnuUrs tak Hit two fcuLlistP Solomon ami Famrts JrilJln to Clay yfunty wbtro t be cllvprcrt They irn in iafl here thtruitliorltlts Tear Uiit on tlirv jour ney to thcy win bo ambushed bv fuctton or Ijy another The UN from Ciay cniinly un cd Xo morn killings have been ve ed to loiiiRhl May VMl Waslitngton Sfpl Ihe ronidfnt tnil thought thru would be uiln linnosslblo him to extend his trip Chicago he is now seriously con si it rr Ing the matter anil while tilers is Konin claplilnp of da IPS It lioptrl lhfl he will be able lo visit St DfiininKD Sept General Tlmeiifcx anvtil hfiv toilny on board the Dominican slilp Hij en of great and LxprtssLons of alisfaction It s not known as yet whin the election fill laku iUct At present the counlo s very much depressed rsipuviatioiss arc very limited and the nnrket is baiv of miny aitiult5 prin Ipally Tie uianifcstu ot Sen or Jimenez pro a libtial government based on bniicvly and squlty He calls for reform of Vho present tariff of ilutie a1vociitcs fi strict sold basis and is in ivor of the withdrawn of the present circuiatinp national roin iind paper money ffo IFO recommends the fa vorliiK of immigration ami full guaran to citizens and forcigners und im provements of roads ports and public vorks in general IMul anil MlmnJipolis anrl dec My Aber lo wolcome the returning Tobacco Exports Washing Eon Stepl nionthlv ilatemcni of the exports of domestic pro ductK of Hie InStcd States shown that during August lant Ilio exports were ntrauist XJSTt4t2 for August ISM During the last months Ihe ex ports amounted to afrftirtst for the corresponding period in Now Orleans Ia Kfpt cases of fever announced by the slate boinl of which havft lton ut today of lcr supervision for reported several Oays No deiihs wor llrief Xcw orlpv Rt Jotm N I Kept Another crc stoMti along the Ixibrarlor roast hns rlvfr hup Ifr tlors on tin taml an rrushii1 soiTral vtSacl wHJi cargoes er with thoir lives b inakins their way over tlift Ice Sept 1 Al firming minorI titt pope Is ill arp current but Iliey to lx wUhout frnitidit ion rtrHn Scp An insane menhsnt of Ucrlln norncJ Her man Word apt h has bfen arrested at a hotirl In LtlpsI for threatening to kill thp kin of Saxony Ktel Stpt The Orrnan cl crufxr XVacht parlicipiitfng ii autumn maneuvers litrLn today four persons killed and four ot tiers Injured Sept A Olfpatph from I fa vi na to KcnerAt pays Orlnnnrp Zaehary S Moodal unri Private Tternhaij Kramer K Second artillery dicJ today of yellon fever Wheeling W Va Sept Sixt teentli Ohio republican eonsresstonal convention opened this morning al Mar tins Ferry and the expected deadlock ha materialized Tho baltot re sulted as Wctms 61 Gill 52 flollingsworlh 31 Kim pie 19 Butler ManEfleld J The last and fiflysixlh ballot result ed just as the first did The strugflc apparently is to be one of indefinite prolonKalion Each candi date says hie supporters are with him to the finish Chambers Kcsfgns Washington Sept Justice Chambers of Samoa lias hantletl his res ignation to tho president to take effect as soon as the powers tan agree upon his successor The president has lold thnt Alabamum lhal he provide for him in this country and would give him a government position commensur ate with his lalentK and abilities Tannev Cannot Alteiiil Sprinsfield III Sept Tanner was confined to the executive inaneioa all of today sutferlnr from stomach trouble Iate tonight il was staled that the governor wag Ico un well to attend the national of truMs which convenes tomorrow morning In Chicago and at which he wns to have delivered the address o welcome Will Knin Chicago Seplv J Calhotm In report of tils purpose lo resfffln Interstate commerrs and enter upon ihe practice of Oaw tn Chkafro He says the reason for step is purely of a busings atiites that he Ik pot of politics   

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