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   Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - August 29, 1898, Lawrence, Kansas                                DAILY MONDAY AUGUST Watkins National Bank I PAOfc Ossnlel AeVt OasbMt DIKBCTORS J B Paul M W E A Departsuat received Taet iavs and on all prlacl pal cities of the Imbits fatlml Vice Prealdeata Oaoital Surplus United States Capital ODoes a ffeaeral baaUng and etlls of exdhsage on all the principal cltlea of I Walter li E Sparrj Vice JDBowenock RWSpair FwBarteldee H Moore A Baliey H 8 Hall T H OUthart A Healer W X williaau ATTORNKY8 AT ATTOBNHT AT AB8TRAOTER of steal iMtraace ilBTB DHJNTIBT Over Newmarks FHYSIOIAN8 GhBOBGB SURGEON Dfflce 351 Ottce 901 Ohio S ID OFTJCIOVKa BHDS Berideoaoe Tennessee Physician and Office 721 St Tele boae II Phyalchin Surgeon Residence621 Tel Office over r Office hours 1 to II 2 to 4 m PHYSICIAN AND ffice 733 1310 treei Oftce 704 MaMaohoMtte BY to Loan CITY A1TO PBOPBBTT AT UOWaST KATBf FIRSTCLASS WOBK H Bee A TrtM LIVE STOCK COMMISSION Rooms 159160 Lire Stock Exchange Capital ntock paid If want or write Rewouble Experienced la each department and BJCAL A LI VERY STABLE attention to boarding Fine excellent carriages 81416 VermontSt is like crazy patcb worlMCQtnpesed of bits of itf All of tbetn contribute some thing to babyn physical menial 01 moral The mother gives the largest To a great extent tbe health of a child upon tbe health of the both before and after during the period of ex the mother enjoys good general and local she will have a child with a robust alert brain and vigorous You cannot expect child from a despondent who is broken down by derangements and disease of the distinctly feminine A woman in that condition is almost sure to have a peevish Picrccs Favorite Prescription is the best preparation for It relieves maternity of its and of almost all its It restores the delicate and im portant organs that bear the brunt of ma ternity to perfect health and and assists the regular and healthful perform ance of all the natural It ban ishes the ailments of the critical and makes babys debut easy and almost It insures the little newcomers Thousands have testified to its Good medicine dealers sell and no honest druggist will insult yotfr intelli gence by urging upon you something else as just as The just as good kind is dear at any Mrs of ijzo Humphrey writes I am now the happv mother of a healthy baby I feel that your Favorite Prescription has done me more Rood than anything I have ever I took three bottles of the and the were I was only in labor forty five With my first baby I suffered eighteen aul then had to IOM A home doctorbook For a papercovered copy of Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser send 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing Cloth binding 10 Address TIME The Czar of Russia Proposes to International ISSUES A NOTE TO ALL NATIONS nrm a Compact Which Shall Injure Inlvereal Armaments a Guaranty Wonld the Need for Proposition Likely to Have Important order of Kmperor Count tinforeign on the 24th handed to the foreign diplomats at Petersburg a note declaring that the maintenance of peace and the reduc tion of the excessive armaments now crushing all nations is the ideal for which all governments ought to The czar considers the present mo ment favorable for the inauguration of a movement looking to this and invites the powers to take part in an international conference as a means If i For laformat I rout 1 rates aad conn I tlons and how Imakeromrjoara I call lone of Uu Sam I Fe rcmte tick or 1 ItUomt IcaiHR to ai to itll tteamaMp sleeping car reaef Sania Iv Rniilr iveaa awwa City office la Draff StOIS Depototte K nc Depot telephone A TOPEKJ SANTA oomo Fail No DeoTer aad Utah a in Mexico uid Callforala Kxsvess 9 a Topeka p Vo 7 Kin s OOIKO City A Chlcafo Kxpreu So a B No CltT M rnlng Express a a C B A p m Kxnsu CUj n asy KANSAS Kil LAtl Ci IiTCt FT a a BICSPT ii Urn Pacific fi aotno 0 re r land No a m Eastern No p a ooir o Fant No II 4S a m Siiioa Overland Flyer No A BX a Ueaveaworth Accommodation p pi ag JUNE The Grandest Exposition except Worlds Fair ever planned in the United Located within cheap and quick accesi of the entire Missou i and MissippI Valleys at your own Through tickets beyond Omaha allow Reduced excur sion rates to Take the BURLINGTON the firmly established line to and through Omaha in any HOWAYD eeneral SLEEPING CARS IN THE WORLD CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN TO DES MOINcS PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS NICHOLAS II OF RUSSIA of thus insuring real and lastingpeace and terminating the progressive in crease of The text of the note follows The maintenance of general peace and the possible reduction of the excessive ar mamcnts which weigh upon all na tions present themselves in existing conditions to the whole world as an ideal toward which the endeavors of all governments should be The humanitarian and magnanimous ideas of his the my august have been won over to this view in the conviction that this lofty aim is in conformity with the most essential interests and legitimate views of all the powers and the impe rial thinks the present moment would be very favorable to seeking the discussion is the most effectual means of insuring all peoples above all putting an end to the progressive development of the present arma In the course of the last twenty the longing for general appease ment has grown especially pronounced in the consciences of civilived nations and the preservation of peace has been put forward as an object of interna tional It is in its name that great states have concluded among themselves powerful It is better to guarantee peace that they have developed in proportions hitherto unprecedented to their mili tary and still continue to in crease them without shrinkage from any all efforts have not been able to bringabout the benefi cent results financial charges following the upward march strike at the very root of public The intellectual and physical strength of the labor and are mostly diverted from their natural application and are unproductively Hundreds of millions are devoted to acquiring1 terrible engines of though today regarded as the last work of are destined tomor row to lose all their value in conse quence of some fresh discovery in the same National economic progress and the production of wealth are either paralyzed or checked in de in proportion as the armaments of each power in they less and less fulfill the ob ject the governments have set before economic due in jjreat part to the system of and the continual danger which lies in this massing of war ma terial are transforming the armed peace of our days into a crushing bur Sstyourhair Ss only Another is yottr hair grotvinff For green means You can MAKE hair grow by den which the peoples nave tnore and more difficulty in It appears evident if this state of were to be it would inevitably lead to the very cataclysm U is desired to and the horrors thereof make every think ing being shudder in To put an end to those increasing armaments and to seek the means of warding off the calamities which are threatening the whole it the supreme duty today imposed upon all Filled with this his majesty has been pleased to command me to propose to all the governments whose representatives are accredited to the imperial court the isaembling of a conference which shall occupy itself with this grave This conference will by the help of the happy presage for the century which is about to It would converge into one power ful focus the efforts of all states sincerely seeking to make the great conception of uni versal peace triumph over the elements of trouble and and it wonld at the same their agree ment by a corporate concentration of the principles of Europe and right whereon rests the security of states and the welfare of OTHER NATIONS WILL FOLLOW Does Not Believe the General Was Correctly SAYS MILES IS NOT A FOOL Proposition Likely to Have Important czars propo sition for an international conference for the purpose of securing real and lasting peace among the powers and the termination of the progressive in crease in as conveyed in a note from Count the Rus sian foreign to the foreign diplomats of is likely to produce a sensation throughout and coming from such a quar ter and with such evident sincerely of it is likely to have important There no doubt with Husbia taking the lead in such a France and the other na tions will be ready to MADRID HEARS FROM The Captain tore He Will Oppoee the Government on MA Commandante Emilio Diaz de former captain of the cruiser Cristobal promises to conduct a lively anti government campaign in the Cortes on his return to It is pointed that as well as all the other commanders of Ad miral Cerveras will have to appear before a courtmartial before anything else is As soon as the commander arrives the government will ask the cortes for au thority to prosecute as he is a deputy and this authorization is nec The troops at 130 miles north of this are all in readiness iu case of to commence op erations in case of an outbreak in the Basque Navarre and Lo SICK SOLDIERS AT ST The Hospital Train From Chlcka Brings Men consisting of nine arrived in this city having on board members of the Second and tHfth Missouri volunteer1 regiments who have been laid up in the hospitals at Chickamauga Park for some time suffering from fevers and other camp Twentyone of the men belonged to the First whose home sta tion is They got off here and went to Men from the other regiments whose cases were considered were sent in ambu lances to hospitals in the The re mainder will continue on their way to their homes in different sections of the state TROUBLE IN 20TH Colonel Fonftton Maj Bring Against Lieutenant Colonel SAX Lieutenant Colonel Little wrote to Governor Leedy recommending certain promotions in the Twentieth Kansas regiment he may be courtmartialed for It has long been known in the camp there was ill feel ing between Colonel Funston and Lieutenant Colonel Its growth has been watched with1 increasing in terest from day today and lately there have been many predictions of an open It came last Colonel Funston then made a discovery that made his blood He has laid the matter before General Miller and there is every prospect that Colonel Little will have to answer to serious charges before a court Knows Better Than to CrltloUe for Pab afUee Admlte the Alleged Interview He Will Be CourtMartlmled Sherman Mot Alger declined to for publica tion the criticisms of the war depart but he said that the possibilities and almost certainties of terrible rav ages from the fevers had been fully discussed by the war officials and by the press before the army went to Cu and the government had held back against sending a great army to Cuba when the same agitators who now complain that men have died were de manding that an army of be sent to He was thankful that so few men had died from disease in Cuba and that so many of the sick who had returned were suffering from no I worse complications than malarial When asked about the interviews of General Miles criticising the war de Secretary Alger said I do not believe that General Miles ever gave such an interview He is a trained soldier and a discreet would not make such statements as at tributed to him without seriously weighing his words and recognizing the General Miles is not a and I do not believe he ever said what has been But suppose he comes home and ad mits that the interview is correct I cannot discuss such a supposition at this The army regulations apply to such said the secre tary in a way that left no doubt of his Should General Miles admit that the published interview with him is cor rect he would be courtmartialed at There would be no otfcer course left to the secretary of The secretarys attention was called to the interviews of exSecretary Sher and he read them over with a sad shake of the I cannot discuss the actions or crit icisms of said He is an old and he has paid little attention to the conduct of the I cannot discuss his criticisms even though they are personal to The secretary showed his considera tion for the age of the venerable ex secretary of who has become such a sharp critic of the administra tion since his retirement from tbe There is no cessation of the talk which has beau prevalent in the war depaitment during the last both favorable and opposed to a general in vestigation of army affairs during tbe Adjutant General Corbin may be set down as opposed to an investi He believes that bulk of the criticisms have been made by per sons who either have no acquaintance with military affairs or who are in spired by selfish motives in their agi tation of the SIDK SOLDIERS COME Pathetic itoenes at tbe Union Depot In Kaneae KANSAS wasted faces of twentyfive sick soldiers from the army camp at Chick amauga park leaned out of the win dows of two tourist sleeping cars that pulled slowly into the Union depot at 8 oclock Saturday night from Three months ago thee same filled with left from the Home for the amid the hurnihs and Godspeeds of a multi It nas a sad The inion depot for an looked like a receiving hospital in a battle Four ambulances were drawn up at the platform outside the army surgeons and Red Cross nurses rushed about with medicines and and almost at the point of sick with ma lignant typhoid were carried on stretchers through the j J their sunken faces looking miserably i pale and haggard in the electric J Other soldiers staggered feebly across j the half carried by wives and All of these soldiers were members of the Fifth Missouri regiment of AFRAID OF COURTMARTIAL ANOTHER SHIPLOAD OF Now YommvAac States transport San saUed from Avajast aa4 Key August arrtred yesesr day mominr two batteries of the First United atatas two eom paniee of the Third Texas aad the general hospital eorpaT aavd a detachment tram the corps of ea The total number of board was of which fifteen Captain Tint is in None of the troops on the San Marcos had oatside the United all been in camp at Tampa siace the early part of the Nearly all are Sixty of the worst CMM were re moved from the San Very few of the men were able to The scene as the men ware led or carried down the sea ladder and lifted on to the General Meigs was pathetic In the The men eoald not be transferred on aad elad la their emaciated iorme were carried down the plaakw i The men are delighted over the fad that they have arrived la Mew They that they have not received their pay for two The men also complain some Of a lack of aaitabls aoeosamodations while on the la the how the trip from Key West was with o nt CHICKAMAUGA Oeneral Boratoa Xeporte the Coaett tlon of uiaepteals A few days ago Secretary Algar issued an order to General now at Chiokamauga to make a thor ough and searching investigation af all the hospitals in Camp Thomas and report instantly any lack of at tention of the any inefficiency in the medical officers or any need of supplies of whatever Last night the following telegram was received by Adjutant General Corbin Have completed investigating hos pitals under secretarys Ba salts exceedingly favorable in all es sential The facts effectually dispose of all reoent sensational ad verse The results of General Boyntons in vestigation afforded the officials of the war department great A copy of General Boyntons dispatch was sent to President SPAINS WARNING TO Kadrld Ttdnk ee Wm Be The ear respondent of the London re ferring to the rumors of a movement for annexation to the United says The Spanish papers predict the American in trigue in Jamaica will ex tend to resmltlaf as similar Intrigues in Cuba have and will prove the beginning of a HemeCW to punish Great Britain for encourag ing imperialism in the United MERRITTTO GO TO WOl Attend the OoafeMnee IM aa AdTteorr General Merritt will sail on the steamship China on Tuesday on his way to Paris to attend the sessions of the peabe conference in an advisory No agreement has yet been reached with Aguinaldo upon any although circumstantial rumors are current that everything has been set tled to the action of those MISSOURI REGIMENTS Third aad Fifth Ordered Home to Be VCutered follow ing volunteer regiments were today ordered to be mustered out of the service The Fifth and First now at and the Third souri now at will go to Jefferson FIVE YEARS FOR Baigeon of TwentySecond Kanuu Sen tenced for Desecrating1 CAMP courtmartial in the case of Louis Duncan of the Twenty second found him guilty off desecrating the grave of a Confederate officer at the Bull Run and he was sentenced to an imprisonment of five The sentence must be submitted to tbe President for ap Rome rroroooaiy cars note has made a profound impression Some of the newspapers while others greet the communicattofa with reserve or The belief here is that the czar first obtained Austrian and German assent to Rough Rider Suicide Rathei Than Face NEW Harry Duval of Troop A of the Bough Eiders killed himself yeaterday by shooting himself in the temple at Camp Montauk The suicide took place in the guard where be was under He had been ab sent from camp for thirteen days with out leave of and feared to faoi He enlisted from Ari zona and was considered an excellent He will be given a military funeral by his Great la Paris papers publish tbe czars but too late for extended In diplomatic and press circles the greatest surprise is It is no secret that the sensitive oaars feelings are toward He hates and even objects to moving about with a mili tary He would prefer to gov ern Poland with and is shocked by Here the great question asked is What attitude will the kaiser take Demand a A dispatch from dated August says the Italian and Dutch ministers have formally demanded a share for their respective nationalities in the professional chairs at the new uni which an Pro fessor is TWO SOLDIERS ARE ratal Wreak of a Crala Hear enlisted men of the Sixtyninth New York volunteers were instantly ode fatally and six seriously injured in wrack occurred on the Louis Tflle A Nashville near here last DieVkilled are Peter Com pttky New York city Frank of Colonel John imperial min ister of the by a circular to the different German calls attention to tbe fact that Ameri can wheat flour is frequently mixed with and asks that steps be taken to prevent the importation of snch Strates Board to that the war is practically at an end and there is no longer any special occasion for the continued existence of tbe na val strategy that body will bs Premier SigtsU Will Met THE air the course of aa meats ernments eussion at He saitf that w aathorfirfiif peloe it is snpposeo will pesos wjjr deputies woold the material The debate oontd that D64 darof nor of the IJX preme Mistakes or iftWeat material ttf Jelf Another reason why war shduh I diplomatic relatioaa carried on and a de jectsmight la now i Spata United merely concluded a tilities in Theae negptiat to a saocessf ul BdiJt pen that hostfli Will tV Should they ask to thedoen meats concerning the snifittiUHtf Santiago and Manilaand the dsatnsv tionofthe fleet now In Ilin pnsssii ments the gyvsrasassif would not accede to These papers are in the hands preme which the proclamation of ssoii Inquiries and estabnah The inquiries quittals or v re capital Benor Boraero ite oppose Senor Bajpiataro pressing debates injtha government fefnaes official doeomentS on the r ys he will utilise reliable Other opposition leaders are same The debates are likely be Cuban bonds are owing to the belief thai powerful Eoropean both i and will be broogM pel America to oblifa Cuba HettUtt to recognize some of the Otbem AGUINALDO LOSING HtS Clurfee of Manila tor respondent of the Ttmeaeays The although naioabt edly gi j pending a final settlemeafe proposes to remove his immediately to the large town of province of sTtSaoa W the railway line twenty Bortkof There he will shortly atsttsV ble a congress chosen from tlfcflevgtejr Filipinos who favor tbe fasnitrstrf He farther intends send a representative to Paris to argue his claims for the establishment of aa in surgent Considerable dissatisfaction Is aj parent among the insurgent and a frank expression of opinion tm heard that Aguinaldo is agate sfetliog the   

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