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1 i i < t > mb I t 1i1 Ittt t I I < 0 g 1t c I 1 t fiPtrff > t 1 JJ JJ 3 11 11I > I f NUMBER 1598 159 WLSHINGTON TUESD1 TUESDY4 1 SEPTElMBER SEPTL3iT 11 190 OcL Pi VICTIMSOF VICT1MSOFFMIE VICT1MSOFFMIEa1vestoii GTinic 1 MlrUr nr Fii rflni rflniGalveston FAMH E EGalreston Galveston Storm Sufferers Starv Starving StalYill Starring ¬ ing ill in the Streets StreetsTHE StieetsTHEDEAD SfreetsTILE THE THEDEAD DEAD ON EVERY SIDE SIDEii SiDEJOditiO11f C JOditiO11f litiolof ii of tli the e Devastated Cityy City CityWorse City CityrOISc Worse y rOISc orse Tliau Ever EverA EClA Evei1EYEREPJDEMIC A JTEVER 1EYEREPJDEMIC EVJDEMLC RI JDEMlC REARED BEAREDEstimated REAREDEsti FEUIEDEs1iinnci1 Estimated Esti luiecl Xunihcr of Those jWIio jWIioLout Who WhoLost VhoLotlhcir Lout Lotlhcir Their Lives in the Hurricane Hurricaneami lIurricuncancl Uurrleztneail ail Flood Three Thousand Thou ThousnuilLack ThousnuilLackof > < nJulInel nJulInelof IacU IacUof of Water nter Adds Untold Horror to totlie tothe tothe the Distress DhtreNJhnJ D strcssRuury Hiinprr 3Iohs IlreaU IlreaUOicn BrenkOlcn hIrealOjeii Oicn Stores and Jucl Dwellings in inSearch inSe inSearch Search Se rch of Food IoodM Militia H tin Companies Companiesof D of Texas 1exn Ordered Out OntXeeelSNity Necessity of ofilviuoviuK ofUuloiup ofiteiuoiui ilviuoviuK the he Survivors to to the the3I tb tblniulaucIUeIief thininlazid1ielLef 3I lniulaucIUeIief iiiland Uelief Supplies luade luadequate lul lundequnteMU i iquntc9Inu quate quntc9Inu Ma ay Business Men Ien Ruined RuinedHOUSTON RnineclHOUSTO RuinedHOUSTON HOUSTON Texas Sept 11 11Estimates 11Estimatesof Estimates Estimatesof of the total number of dead in Galveston Galvestonand G G1vestonand heston hestonaml in the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood and its vicinity still ranged today neighborhood of 3000 3C 0 A boat arrived arrivedhere arriedbere arrivedhere here early earl this morning with fifty survivors survivorsof of the Galveston catastrophe Most Iost of ofthem orthem ofthem them were wealthy residents residentsPassenger residentsPassenger residentsPassenger Passenger Agent J H Miller li er of tho thoSouthern thoSouthern theSouthern Southern Pacific Railway one of the pas passengers passtngers pazsengers ¬ sengers estimates that the Galveston Galveston death deathlist deJthlist deathlist list will total t tal 2000 2000The 2OlOThe 2000The The stories told by b the refugees show showthat showthat showthat that a condition now exists ists in Galveston Galvestonmore Galvestonmore Galvestonmore more awful wful even than th at the height of the thehurricane th thhurricane thhurricane hurricane hurricaneSurrounded hurricaneSurrounded hurricaneSurrounded Surrounded by the bodies bodi s of hundreds hundredsof of dead eill whom they the are unable to bury burytho burytho burytho tho people are are starving starving in the streets streetsThe streetsThe streets1hc The lack lac of water adds untold horror to totheir totheIr totheir their suffering suffering With their wells w us and cis cisterns cist cisterns ¬ terns t rns spoiled by the salt inundation inm atlon tha thawater tbtwaterworks th thwater water waterworks works destroyed destro ed and all available availablesources availahlesour availablesources sources sour s of f supply corrupted corrupt by the dead deadtheir deadtheir deadtheir their condition is pitiab pitiable almost beyond beyondcomprehension beyondcomprehensIon beyondcomprehension comprehension comprehensionDisease comprehensIonDisease comprehensionPisease Disease and lawlessness have iavo now nowcome nowcome nowcome come to make the havoc complete As Asthe Asthe Asthe the waters recede the the necessity of re removing removing removing ¬ moving to the mainland at once those thosewho thosewho thosewho who remain alive becomes apparent apparentNothing apparentNothing apparentNothing Nothing but the most stringent meas measures measures measures ¬ ures can prevent an epidemic of fever feveras fceras feveras as the sun sunnow now beats down on a coat of ofslime ofsUmP ofslime slime an inch thick which covers the theentire theentire theentire entire city cityLooting cityLooting cityLooting Looting hasfbegun hasbegun Stores and an even evenprivate eenprhlte evenprivate private houses are being broken open by bystarving bystarving bystarving starving mobs in the almost vain hope hopeof hopeof hopeof of procuring food and water waterThe waterThe waterThe The militia companies of the State Statehave Statehave Statehave have been ordered out and martial law lawwill lawwiU lawwill will be declared declaredSearching declaredSearching declaredSearching Searching parties which returned at atdayligM atdrtyligl1t atdaylight daylight this morning reported that they theyhad theyhad theyhad had found more bodies durins during the night nightthan nightthan nightthan than they could ould bury buryThe buryThe buryThe The gravity of the situation lies in the thelack thelack thelack lack of craft to take the 35000 survivors survivorsoff survivorsoff survivorsoff off the island Only four small boats boatsare boatsare boatsare are now in Galveston Galvest n Bay Ba The sur survivors survivors survivors ¬ vivors are re subsisting on canned provi provisions provisions provisbus ¬ sions that escaped spoiling by the flood floodand floodand floodand and the inadequate relief supplies that thathave thathave thathave have already reached them themDALLAS themDALLAS themDALLAS DALLAS Texas Sept 11 11Every Every report reportfrom reportfrom reportfrom from Galveston makes the situation look lookmore lookmore lookmore more horrible The representative of a abusiness abusiness abusiness business concern in that city operating operatingwith operatingwith operatingwith with more than 1000000 capital said to tothe tothe tothe the correspondent this morning morningI I have just beard h ard direct from my house houseThere houseThere houseThere There is no hope for Galveston The city cityIs cityIs cityIs Is as completely ruined as a seaport as if ifthe ifthe ifthe the island i land had been sunk Men Ien who have havesurvived hav havsurvived havdsurvived survived the storm cannot survive finan financial financial finaacial ¬ cial bankruptcy in their business No Nomore Nomore o omore more capital will be invested in Galveston Galvestonbecause Galestonbecause Galvestonbecause because Eastern and foreign financiers will willnot willnot willnot not risk it there thereWe theree thereWe We e are all ruined beyond recovery as asthere asthere asthere there is no insurance against such losses lossesas lossesIS lossesas as a hurricane or tidal wave Our policies policieswill po1i policieswill ie5 ie5will will be repudiated by insurance companies companiesand companiesand companiesand and if we were inclined to start anew we wecould weou1d wecould could not The property loss in the city citywill citywill citywill will not fall below 20000000 20J 2O9OOOOO > 00OOO and the lives livessacrificed livesEacrificed livesescrifleed sacrificed I feel sure from what whiit I Ileam Ileamwill learn learnwill learnwill will approximate 3000 3000RECOVERING 3000RECOVERING 3000RECOVERING RECOVERING THE DEAD DEADUotHcs DEADUoIies DEADIledies UotHcs Found on oh the Mainland XCUI XCUIiroJuin Near NearVirprinia NearIrrtit Virprinia Irrtit loin loinVIRGINIA loinVIRGI PoiuI PoiuIV1RGUlA VIRGINIA VIRGI L < POINT Texas Sept 11 HUp HUpto Up Upto to this morning about 150 bodies had been beenrecovered beenrecovered beenrecovered recovered Most Iost of those bodies were found foundon foundn foundon on n the mainland in in the vicinity of Virginia VirginiaPoint VirginiaPoint VirginiaPoint Point All last night searching parties partl pa patrclletl patroHml patroIleti trclletl the coast looking for bodies and andmany andmany andmany many were recovered by moonlight moonlightOwing moonlightOwing moonlightOwing Owing to the fact that the thewaters waters from fromGalveston fromGaheston fromGalveston Galveston Bay during uring the t e height of the th2storm th thstorm thestorm storm extended exten ed inland for a distance distan e of ofsix ofsix ofSb six miles mil cs the work of hunting for the thebodies thebodies thebodies bodies is isa a much greater task than it itvoult itwould itwould would Jiare he been had the waters kept keptat keptt keptat at t one shore line The remains are arefound arcfound arefound found scattered over this wide expanse expanseof expanseofdeastated expanseof of ofdeastated devastated territory bodies are still stillto sunto to be seen floating in the thewaters waters of the theBtO thej I BtO j To Niagara 1FnUH Falls and uJUIReturu Return R5tUrILt1O R5tUrILt1OYin jflp jflpVia 10 10Yln Via Pennsylvania PcnulS lynuiu Railroad RailroadSpecial ltnilronclslHdal RnilrontiSpscial Special train of parlor arlor cars car and day coaches coacheswill coachcswall coachesutli will leave Washington a > hlnton 800 8002 a m roo Thursday Sep Sc Sctember p ¬ tember ttmler2Q 20 Q Tickets good goo to tetumwitlii return within ten te teclolJS days allowing stopover at Buffalo uff1lo Rochester Rochesterand noch llecleterend ter ter111I1 and Watkins atkins atkinsreturning atkinsreturningLuUe returning returningladic returninglhuinl ladic J 1 llaulel ut Chesapeake > eDeneh eDenehDont Beach BeachDonL c tj tjDont Dont fail to hear their their ccwerts ccwertsforth cci04ertsNortbCnroHnn ccertsNorth forth NortbCnroHnn Carolina Lumber ris is down dotvnPrices downredued lownJ1r Prices J1r > 8 reduced 2 to 3 per per per1000 1000 oo bv Frank iibbey > Iibbe rill cy 0 bay and it is thought that many of them themwere themw thniwere were w re carried out into thaGulf th2G lf by bytbc the re nceiling receding yeceding ¬ ceding watersand waters and may never be recov recovered recncred recavered ¬ ered eredThe credThe eredThe The situation l ituationa ituation at numerous smaller places placesalong la 1aes 1aesalong es esaloQg along the ih coast on the mainland is isa a coun counterpart counterpart counterpart ¬ terpart of that at Galveston except that thatit thatIt thatit It it is on a smaller scale Thousands othousas othousashave othou ofhouaeshave > as ashave have been beensweptaway swept away in towns which were werein werein werein in the track of the wind and water water and andthe andthe mdthe the total number numbclof of peppfe peop killed by fall fallins raIlIng falllag ins debris and ircwned1 in the towns on onthe onthe onthe the mainland will aggregate eightyfive eightyfiveThe eightyfieThe eightyfiveThe The earlier reports Tportsas as to the damage damagedone damagedone damagedone done to the cotton co1tonand and rice crops have havebeen havebeen havebeen been confirmcu onfirmi and nd It is is now stated by bypersons bypersons bypersons persons who ho have investgated the con conditions conditions conditions ¬ ditions of the srPwiH growincot cotton m throughoutthe throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe the cotton belt of the State Statethal that the dam damage damage damage ¬ age amounts to fully 55 per cent and may mayexceed may mayexceed mayexceed exceed that estimate estimateThousands estimateThousands estimateThousands Thousands of oacres acres of o rice along alon the thecoast thecoasl thecoast coast coasl were er completely destroyed destroy d The Thecrop 1hecrop he hecrop crop was was just being heinghnryestcd harvested and was wasmore wa wamore vall vallmorc more susceptible to iiic lh titr wind and rain rainthan rainthan rainthan than it otherwise otherir wouldhac1ie would have havebeenai havebeenaiiuers been n Far Farmers Farmers ¬ mers mers are greatly gr atly discouraged over the theoutlook theoutlook theoutlook outlook outlookIn outlookIn outlookIn In the towns of Angellon Seabrook SeabrookBrenhamx SeabrookBrenham SeabrookBrenham Brenhamx Brenham Chappel Hill Hempstcad HempstcadHouston HempsteadHouston HempstcadHouston Houston Elgin El In Aivin Dickerson Dicker and andother andother andother other places where buildings buIl ings werc wercde wercdestrored wcredestroyed de destroyed stroyed by the flood the e work of rebuild rebuilding r rebuildIng bulld bulldIng ¬ ing is already under un er way wajtSTORY w wSTORY waySTORY STORY OF THE TEMPEST TEMPESTn A Vivid n in escription of the Horror in inGalveslon InGnhcston InCalves Galveslon GalveslonGALVESTON GnhcstonGALVESTON Calves toil toilGALVESTON GALVESTON Texas Sept 10 10lly 10llyestern 1OByWestern By ByWestern Western estern Union Despatch Boat to Hous Houston Houston Houston ¬ ton Sept 11 11Tol1ight Tonight the city of Gal Galveston Galveston Galveston ¬ veston is wrapped in sackcloth and ashes ashesShe a ashesShe hes hesShe She sits beside besicleher her unnumbered dead and andrefuses andrefuses andrefuses refuses to be comforted Her sorrow and andsuffering andsuffering audsuffering suffering are arebeyond beyond description Her grief griefis is unspeakable Friday and Saturday Saturda she shewas shewas he hewas was happy prosperous and buoyant and andwith ll1dwith andwith with a bright and prosperous season open opening opening opening ing up auspiciously a1 splciousl Last night she was wasstricken wasJ wasstricken stricken down and nl1 crushed by a misfortune misfortunethat misfortunethat misfortunethat that seldom sel om befalls any community and andin andin andin in her inexpressible anguish appeals for forhelp forhelp forhelp help to bury bur her her beloved dead feed her herstricken herftriclen herstricken stricken and afford temporary relief for forthose forthose forthose those who almost in the twinkling t winklin of an aneye aneye aneye eye lost liorae IJOme homeS loved ones and the saw savings s1 s1ing3 sawlags ¬ lags of a lifetime Tonight the city is dark darkdesolate darkdesolate darkdesolate desolate and dreary A pall has fallen fallenover fallenovcr fallenover over the livingj It is pitiful and pathetic patheticbeyond path patheticbeycnd tic ticbeycnd beycnd expression expressionThe expr exprasionThe sslon sslonThe The cyclone c clone that produced such an ap appalling appalling appalling ¬ palling disaster was predicted by b the Uni United United United ¬ ted States Weather Bureau to strike Gal Galveston Galveston Galvestoa ¬ veston Friday night and created much ap apprehension apprehension apprehension ¬ prehension but the night passed s d without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe the prediction being verified The condi conditions conditions conditions ¬ tions however were ominous > The danger dangersignal dangersignl dangersignal signal was displayed displa ed on the flagstaff of the theWeather theVcather theWeather Weather Bureau Shipping was warned warnedThe warnedThe warnedThe The southeastern sky sk was sombre the gulf gulfBeat gulfIeat gulfbeat Beat high upon the beach with that dis dismal dismal dismal ¬ mal thunderous roar that presaged trou trouble trouble trouble ¬ ble and it had that ominous stillness stillnesst that thatbetokens thatbetokens at atbetolens betokens a storm From out the north in inthe Inthe Inthe the middle watches of the night the wind windbegan windbegan windbegan began to come in spiteful puffs fitful at atfirst atfirst atfirst first but increasing in volume as the day daydawned daydawned daydawned dawned dawnedBy dawnedB dawnedBy By B 10 a l m Saturday it was almost a agale agale agale gale at noon It had increased in velocity velocityand veloclt velocltand velocityand and was as driving the rain whipping the thepools thepools thepools pools and rattling things up in a lively livelyand livelyand livelyand and ominous manner yet no serious appre apprehension apprehension apprehenslon ¬ hension was felt by residents remote from fromthe tromthe fromthe the encroachments of the gulf section of ofthe atthe ofthe the beach b ach As stupendous waves began to tosend tosend tosend send send their waters far Inland the latter be began began began ¬ gan a abastJ hasty exit to more secure places in inthe inthe inthe the city cityTwo cityTwo cityTwo Two gigantic forces were at work The Thegulf Thegulf Thegulf gulf drove drov the waves with irresistible force forcehigh forcehigh forcehigh high upon the beach and the gale from the thenortheast thenortbeast thenortheast northeast pitched the waters against and andover andQver andover over the wharf w art abutments shaking the thesewers tbesewers thesewers sewers and flooding the city from that thatquarter thatquarter thatquarter quarter The hopeless people werc rere caught caughtbetween caughtbctween caughtbetween between the two incoming floods while the thewind thewind thewind wind shrieked howled and rapidly in increased increaEted increased ¬ creased in velr ve1rty ve1rtyBusiness veityBusiness ty tyBusiness Business siiudenly s tnIy came to a standstill standstillCar standstillCar standstillCar Car traffic was impossible and all thoso thosothat thosothat thosethat that had a home and could reach it either eitherby eltherby eitherby by conveyance or otherwise hastily left lefttheir lefttheir lefttheir their places of business and offered fabu fabulous fa fabubus u uIous Ious prices for any kind of a vehicle that thatwould thatwould thatwould would carry them to their loved ones onesRailroad onesRailroad onesRailrozul Railroad communication was cut oft oftshortly ortshortly offshortly shortly afternoon after Ioon the tracks being wash washed washed washed ¬ ed up Wire facilities completely failed at atS 3 oclock and an Galveston was isolated from fromthe fromtbe fromthe the world worldThe worldThe worldThe The wind momentarily increased In ve velocity velocity welocity locity while v le the waters rapidly rose roseand roseand roseand and the night drew on with apprehension apprehensiondepicted apprehensiondtpictecl npprebeasioadepicted depicted in the faces of all Already Alreadyhundreds Alreadyhundreds Alreadyhundreds hundreds were bravely struggling with withtheir withtheIr withtheir their families against wave arid wind ind for forplaces forplaces places of refuge The public school schoolbuildings schoobuildings schoolbuildings I buildings the court house the hotels hotelsand hotelsand hotelsand and in fact any place that offered an ap apparent appuent apparent ¬ parent refuge became crowded to their theirutmost theirutmost theirutmost utmost Darkness settled on the city citylike cIt cItlike citylike like a apall pall while the wind shrieked with withfrightful withfrightful withfrightful frightful velocity and the rain fell In Intorrents Intorrents Intorrents torrents torrentsAt torrentsAt torrentsAt At 628 6 8 oclock p m just before the theanemometer theanemometer theanemometer anemometer blew away the wind reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe the frightful frightfu velocity of 100 miles an anhour anhour anhour hour Buildings that thathad had hitherto with withstood withstood withstood stood the gale then collapsed carrying carryingdeath carryIngdeath carryingdeath death and destruction to hundreds hundreds Roofs Roofswhistled Roofswhistled Roofswhistled whistled through the air windows were weredriven werec1riven weredriven driven in with a crash or shattered by byflying byfl byflying flying fl ing slate and telegraph telephone telephoneand telephoneand telephoneand and electric light poles with their mass massof massof massof of wires were snapped sna ped off like pipe pipestems pipestems pipestems stems stemsWhat stemsWhat stemsWhat What velocity the wind attained after afterthe aft afterthe r rthe the anemometer blew off is purely a mat matter matter auntter ter of speculation The Theheavy heavy detonation detonationof of falling buildings bl lldings and piercing cries cri s for forhelp forhelp forhelp help that th throe broke through the rush and androar androar androar roar of c the elements and the picture of ofdead ofdeadbdies ofdead dead deadbdies bodies floating along the streets streetsmade streetsma streetsmale made ma < le it ii L night to tloseiyho those who safely safelypassed safelypassedthrough passed passedthrough passedthrough through it that will never never be obliterated obliteratedfrom obliteratedfrom obliteratedfrom from their minds The lowest point pointtouched pointtouched pointtouched touched by the barometer in the corre correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬ spondents office which was was filled by byfrightened byJrightened byfrightened frightened men menand en and women was 2804 12 12This 1 12This 2 2This This was at about 730 p m The barome barometer barometer ¬ ter then began to torIseslowy rise slowly and by 10 10p O Op p m it has reached 2809 The wind grad gradually gradually gradually ¬ ually subsided and by y midnight mi night the storm stormhad stormhad stormhad had passed The water waterwhicb which had reached reacheda a depth of eight feet fee on Strand Street at 10 p p m began to toebbrtran ebb It ran out very veryrapidlr vel velrnpidl veryrapidly rapidly rnpidl and by 5 a m the tbec1o11 crown of o thestr the thestreet thestreet street str t was free of ofwater ofwaterThus water waterThus waterThus Thus passed out the the most destructive destructiveGo Go G to toCllegn Chesapcalie CiLesapenlBeacll CiLesapenlBeacllTrain nkneaelJ nkneaelJTrainfeavc TBeach TBeachTrainsvicavc Trainsvicavc Train leave at 31 2 5 5 and 0 0 oclocl ocloclSouu oeiocl oeioclSOllfldFIoorjur elect electSoimd I Soimd Souu SOllfldFIoorjur lFJoor Flooring pnll pnllper all nllper fc Wt tJU tJUper per per 300 Jo sq q it at at atihFr atihFrN lhVFrtvi iheFcX > X Yae Y are i 0 IN SPITE OF 9F ALL 1 < THE CANDIDATE But that is s the real Issue 186U storm that ever devastated the coast of ofTexas ofTexas ofTexas Texas TexasTonight TexasTonight TexasTonight Tonight the city t is filled with the be bereft bereft bereft ¬ reft destitute and homeless At the tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬ porary morgue arc stretched out hundreds hundredsof of Bodies of all ages representing all na nationaJities n1tionaJitfes nationajities tionaJities and conditions of life Whole Wholefamilies Wholefami1les Vlielefamilies families lie Fide oy o side The Jiving are aresearvfr areear areaenrrg searvfr aenrrg ear ug g for their loved ones amid the theslime theslime theslime slime and waters in the strets or under underthe underthe underthe the debris of their theirhomes theirhomesSamuel thei homes homesSamuel homesSamuel Samuel A Nolley a telegraph operator operatordespite operatordespite operatordespite despite all of his efforts to savethem lost losthis losthis losthis his wife and three children and does not notknow JlCtknow notknow know where their bodies are The bodies bodiesof bodiesot bodiesof of Leon J Lackey Lacke another telegraph op operator 01 01crator 01crater ¬ crater crator his wife two children and two twosisters twosisters twosisters sisters are lying in the morgue tonight tonightThe tonisht1l1e tonightlhe The only member remaining of the family familyii familyEVL familyEvt ii > T3vt Lackey who was saved by re remaining remaining remaining ¬ maining in the lh telegraph companys build building building buildlug ¬ ing The house lousc of a Captain Peete was wascrushed wascrushed wascrushed crushed in by another falling upon it He Helost Helost Helost lost his wife and six children Jesse E EToothaker EToothaker EToothaker Toothaker contractor and builder lot loethis lothis losthis his wife and daughter Joe B Aguillo AguilloChairman AguilloChaIrman AglailloChairman Chairman of the County Democratic Exec Executive Executive Executive ¬ utive Committee and his two children childrenwere childrenwere childrenwere were drowned Richard M Peck city engi engineer engineer cngiacer ¬ neer was drowned in an effort to save his hisfamily hisfamny hisfamily family This grewsome list could be con continued continmd continued ¬ tinued almost indefinite indefiniteThe indefinitely IndefiniteyThe indefinitelyThe The city beach in the southwestern ou hwestern part partof partof partof of the city was under ten feet of water and andhe andhe andthe the he Government barracks located there thereviro thecwr therevr viro vr wr destroyed The soldiers had a mi miraculous miraculous miraculous ¬ raculous escape from drowning Many sub substantial substantial subataotial ¬ stantial residences in the western and andsouthwestenT andsouthwestern nodaouthwesternpart southwestern aouthwesternpart part art of the city were were de destroyed dcsrroyed deroyed ¬ stroyed royed and the mortality list from from there therewas therewas therewas was large largeA A heavy mortality list is expected among amongthe amongthe amongthe the residents down the Islands and adja adjacent adjacent adjacent ¬ cent to the coast en the mainland as both bothwere bothwere bothwere were deeply flooded and the houses were of oflight oflight oflight light construction The heaviest losers losersfinancially loersfinancially losersfinancially financially are the Galvestbn Gal Sfon Wharf harf Com Company Company Company ¬ pany the Southern Pacific Railway Raiway and andthe andthe andthe the Gulf Gul Colorado Color do and and Santa SanU Fe Railway Railwaycompanies Ralway Ralwaycompanies Railwaycompanies companies and the Texas Lone Star Flour Flouring Flouring Flourlag ¬ ing Mill Mi Company Com an It It will wi be days da s before beforeanything beforennrthing beforeanything anything like lke a I correct computation cmputaton of the theloss theloss theloss loss of life lfe and damage caused by b the thestorm thestorm thestorm storm can can be obtained obtainedDWELLING obtaned obtanedDVlELLIG obtainedDWELLING DWELLING DVlELLIG HOUSES WRECKED WEECKEDAdvices WECKD WECKDtlieeN WRECKEDAdvice Advices tlieeN From FroJ Galventoii GnheMt n Say Sn iiy > lined Bnniness DnMine1 linedneees ness IIiiildlnKX nnicIlnp Stood AVcll AVcllNEW flellNEW cl clNEW NEW YORK Sept 11 nE E L Porch of ofWells ofYels ofWells Wells Yels Porch the Galveston correspond correspondcuts correspondents correspondeats cuts of the brokerage firm of J S Bache BacheCo BacheCo 6 Co sent a private wire despatch to that thatfirm thatfrm thatfirm firm frm yesterday afternoon fernoon from Houston Houstonwhich Houstonwhich Houstonwhich which contained these details detais of the dis disaster di5ater disacter ¬ aster asterI I left lef Galveston Galveston Sunday at 1130 130 oclock oclockwiti o oclockwith lock lockwHi with wHi half hal a dozen others in a small smal launch launchArrived launchArrlvcd launchArrived Arrived at Houston 3 a m today Large Largepart Lrge Lrgepart Lrgepart part of residence rfsidenee portion porton wrecked wreck dor or badly badlydamaged uiadlydamaged business portion porton badly badl damaged loss of roofs etc but no business build buid buidings buildlags ¬ collapsed colapsed except sheds on water waterfronts waterfronts The wharves themselves themseesand themselvesand and bulk bulkhead bulkheads ¬ head generally generaly stood well wellEletorshad wellEletorshadthe Elevators had hadthe hadthe the tops blown off Southern South rn Pacific p cific im improvements improvements lmprovements ¬ provements not damaged dai as a sfirs first thought thoughtAll thoughtAll four bridges to mainland down All Allrail Al Alran AUrail rail communication cut off offGenerally of offGenerally Generally GenerallYestmated estimated when we left about aboutlOO about10l0 1000 lives Jves lost Great velocity veloci ot of the thewind blowing at pne one time tm e over oyereight oyereightmies eighty eightymiles mies an hour chief chief cause of damage damagepoorJy damagePoorly Poorly constructed buildings buidins would ould col collapse coJlapse collapse ¬ lapse and those who tried to escape escapefr from fromthem fromthem m mthem them would would be b drowned drOmcd by the high highwaler highwalerE wafer waferElectric waTerElectric Electric E ctrie light lght water and gas gas not nofworking nofworkingistresswillbe working workingDistress istresswillbe will be very ver great reat All Alproiions Alproiionsex provisions provisionsexcept provisionsexept except ex ept canned cnned goods scarce Greatest loss lossof lossof lossof of life le is in Inelst east end and nl along alonggult gulf front frontTho frontTh frontThc Thc Th house where I lived lnd being be belngfully ngtulY fully three threeblocks threeblocks threeblocks blocks from the beach bCchas was the he last l sthouse sthousestanding house housestanding housestanding standing for fornearly nearly neary a am mile e up ind and nd down downEight downEight downEight Eight ocean steamers with wlte cargo carjO rg wrecked wreckedor or aground agroundPrior agroundPrior agroundPrior Prior to the receipt by y J JSBacl S Bache Co Coof C Cof Coof of this despatch vnich ch arrived ved at 204 204p 204p 204p r p m the firm frm at about 1030 1030 1030oclock oclock ociockh had hadreceived hadreceived d dreceived received a brief despatch path from fromMr Mr Porch Porchwhich Porchwhich Porchwhich which stated he an anI his partner partnex W W A AWells AV AIVells Wells V ls had both arrived safe and well at atHouston atHouston atHouston Houston Accompanying Accompan ing this early de despatch despatch tiespatch spatch was wasanorder an order for oF the purchase of ofcotton ofcotton cotton coton in the Liverpool market marketJt marI marketIt L LJt Jt Jt was announced in il Wall WalIStrcetyeter WalIStrcetyeterday Streetyester Streetyesterday ¬ day that Jefferson JeIerson Seiigman Seligan had contribut contributed ¬ ed 1000 10O for the benefit ott of the tii e sufferers s suej rrer by byContinued by byContinued Continued Contnue on Second Sond Page PageB PageD PageiI B O WCcLEn VccIiBnd Country ountr Es Escuraion E z zcurHIonB curaion curaionTickets cur curHIonBTickets lor Tickets Tjcket tolJ o1StrY3m Saturdays anq and Sundays S rdayr for return returnuntil retirn retirnurtlondlY returnuntil until urtlondlY Monday iollowinjr f tall n wlni wlng at areuccdratcs reduced rates from frqinWashington fromazfaington Washington Wngonto to ChariestovnV Chuietowredei 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IJchnre Reaches Griedhorst GriedhorstAfter GriedliorssAfter j After Slight SIht Opposition OppositionAfrican OllIIIII OpioMItioldrI lb South SouthAlrlenn SouthAricnit African Alrlenn Republic Repnhlcto to He Known IvnovnHereafter InounHerenrer KnownHereafter Hereafter Herenrer as 0 the Vaal nal lliver Ither Col Colonj ColonyBnelenPowel ColonyBadeiipowelL onj onyBnelenPowel onyBadeiipowelL Raileiilotvell Appointed a aIts nK nKIH asIts Its IH Chief of o Iollc 1JceS PohlceShnrp v vof rFJbtnr rFJbtnroC Flhitiiij Flhitiiijof of Dnlprctty Dnlget > J Third Thirc C Cade Cavalry < nnlry DriJ DriJDee Brig Brigaide aide Dee at at Cluajjsrerfohteln1 QUIperfo feln English EnpIh EnpIhLOHe EnithishLoseJwelve EnglishIioseDivclve IioseDivclve LOHe wele ICilled IUlecf lt wi the Battle Dntte DntteUNDO BattleLONDON BntileLONDON LONDON SeptV SeptT epfllGeD H iLGeneral General l Buller Buler ap appears appears appears ¬ pears pears to be pushing pushin irresistibly Irrsistbly irreait1bly forward forwardand forwardand totwardand and demoralizing demoralzin the Bbersforces B BO forces placed placedin iS SP in opposition oppositon to his aavaBCe fh trces anee Je English Englishmilitary Enlsh Enlshmitary Englishmilitary military mitary experts believe belev thft tht hagr a a greattlme greattlmecannot gregtthnecannot tt me mecannot cannot elapse before belore the thenal final fiaI blows blows in inthe Inte Inthe the te South African war war are rc delivered and andthe andthe andthe the Federalists Federalsl compelled compeled to capitulate or orflee orflee orflee flee to the te mountainous mountahious country countryThe countQTh countryThe The Th British Britsh War Office Ofee has has received a abrief 3 abrief brief despatch from General en rl Roberts dat dated dated dated ¬ ed Pretoria September 10 whlch which hich says saysYesterday saynYesterday 27 Yesterday Buller Buler occupied oc upied Mauuhf Mauuhfberg Mauahiberg rllh rllhberg after H Hsays Hsa Hsays berg afer considerable resistance resitacf resistaac < says sa g the road is too bad bl for descrip description deacrtption e cI ¬ tion ton He is now moving mo on Spltzkop SpltzkopHildyard SpitzkopHUdyard SpitakopHildyard Hildyard reached Griedhorsts Griehorsts Grl dhorsts yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬ terday He met with slight slgh opposi opposition oppositon opposition ¬ tion ton ROBERTS ROBERTSGeneral ROBERTSGenerar ROBERTSGencraf General Bullet Buler has has not yet reported reportedconcerning reportedconcerning reportedconcerning concerning the casualties sustained dur during durIng durlog ¬ ing his advance advanceAccording adyaneeAccording advanceAccording According to a despatch to the Central CentralNews Centrl Centrlews CentralNews News ews from Pretoria Pretora the tbe South African AfricanRepublic AfricanRepublc AfricanRepublic Republic Republc over ovr whose destinies det les Paul Kru Kruger Kruger Kruger ger has presided for so so many many years is isto Isto isto to be known henceforth henceorthnsthe as the Vaal River RiverColony RhcrColony RiverColony Colony ColonyAnother ColonyAnother ColonyAnother Another despatch from fr m Pretoria says saysthat sarsthat saysthat that General BadenPowell BadenPocHhas has been ap appointed appointed appointed ¬ pointed chief of the Transvaal Tra s or Vaal VaalRiver Va VaaIRiver l lRiyer River Colony police policeA A despatch from Johannesburg Johannesburg dated datedSeptember datedSeptember datedSeptember September 3 sayi say that thai Dalgettys Dalgetys Third ThirdCavalry ThirdCaalr ThirdCavalry Cavalry Caalr Brigade Brigde arrived arrive there from Zee Zeerust Zeerust Zeerust rust after some sharp fighting fghtng for a week week weekThey They got into a tight corner at Quagger Quaggerfontein Qu Quaggerfontein gger ggerfontein fontein where the Boers Boerscapture1 captured their theirambulance theirambulance theirambulance ambulance train trainThe trainThe trainThe The British Brish had twelve killed kied and thirty thirtywounded thirtywounde thirtywounded wounded wounde The Boers had five fve killed kied and andnine andnine andnine nine wounded General Generl Little L ttle was among amongthose amongthose amongthose those wounded on the British 3itsh side sideBOERS sideBOES sideB0ERs BOERS BOES CAPTURE CATURE A TRAUT TRAUTBurBThcrs TR TRAn TRA TRAAn An Esenpee Escaped J1rioner lrICono ± r Says the tbeBurgher theBurghers Burgher Have Jnc 1lenty Ilent oC Supplier SupplierJOHANNESBURG SUIIIIHeJOIA SuiephiesJOIIANNESBURG JOHANNESBURG JOIA ESBURG Sept S pt lOr 10A A railway railwayculvert raiwy raiwyculyext railwayculvert culvert culyext south of the theKUp Klip iiiyer yeI was was de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬ stroyed by the Boer Boers last night The Theburghers Theburghers Theburghers burghers captured a train tiin Jlat ifiat came Cme along alongafter alongafer alongafter afer after the culvert had been beel blown up upki klll kllling killing ing a railway ralway pioneer onerTeytook They took the tear anna annaof armsof of Q the others aboard aboard thevirain thetaln and then thenallowed thenallowed thenallowed allowed them to go goJfee goJfeeGeneral gofreeGeneral free freeGeneral General Hart isfengasJng iseng ging scatte scattered scatteredbodies catercd catercdbo1es ed edbodies bodies bo1es ot oftheBo the Boetial6ngf BoethalOng l ng the te Potcher Potcherstroom Potcherstroom Potcherstroom stroom Road RoadOne Roa RoaOne RoaOne One of the men menlelpngngto Belonging b ipnglng to the North NorthStaffordshire NorthStaffordshira orth orthStafordshire Staffordshire Stafordshire Regiment egiDen Who Wb was was as captured capturedin capturedina in ina a fight three threeday days daysago ago has hasmade made his hiscape es escape escape ¬ cape and adreturnedtohsrcgment returned to his regiment Hesttes He Hestates Hestates states sttes that th t the Boers get 1ot supplies suPles from farm houses ousos everywhere eYerYhe TMey lie have h eplent eplentof plenty ot of food foO and also al3Onrmssnc arms as anjj an5 ammunition ammuniion Much Iu h of the theammu ammujfltion ton 1 Iconceal concealed a In Invarious Invarious Invarious various convenient places where dher conveniertPlces whir theBrit the Brit ¬ ish have little lte chance chan e e of 9f ever hr finding fding it The soldier adds that thatW1ie while ie ae e was w was s a aprls aprlsonerh pris prisoner prisoner ¬ oner onerh he saw saw women in farm rurt bouses nousebrlng bring out ammunition ammunlonan and fill fl tli4 tbE th bandolers bandoliers of the men belonging beonging to the te troops tIoops tIoopsessrs tiooi Messrs essrs Kruger Krugeran and Steyn St urenow are nrC noir at Pilgrims PIgrmsRest PIgrmsRestTh Rest RestTbp RestThe i The Th rolling rolng stock stockot of the th Netherlands Railway RalwayconsistngOf consisting of thousands tho sknds of of lruc trucxs trucacsand s sand and engines engnes is massed masseqatS at S Shatl ShatlNANSENPRAis lati lati1TANSE1T l U UNASEr 1TANSE1T NASEr NANSENPRAis PRAISES PRSEARUZZ PRSEARUZZSzhs ABRTTZZI ABRTTZZIROME JABEUZZISays Says ScieuccIns Scicuce lIns f Getueq inect i1t iaoelt lIFrou lIFrouIls From Fromhis Ils his Arctc Arctic EXIcditon EXIcditonRO HXPCdiiOIm HXPCdiiOImROME ROME RO Sept 11 1J 11The The VTribtme Tribjtopub Tribjtopublishes pub publishes publishes ¬ lishes a despatch despatch from Ch1 CariStlania tnni giv giving givingan glving ¬ ing ingan an l interview ervi w wlthNai3sen wItliNaiasenthe lt1N is n the Arctic Arcticexplorer Arcticexplorer rctic rcticeplorer explorer eplorer r He H e spoke spojrj enfiiislastall eniijisasaji eni rl re regarding re regarding regarding ¬ garding the theexpe expedition itiontf of tnelSJJuke t keot keotAbruzzI of ofAbruzzi AbruzzU AbruzzI from which whichhe he declared d clandsienc science had gained greatly greatly inasmuch inasfuch inasd1uchas as as it had hadproved h hadproved d dproyed proved that only the sesk seat en existed fisted beyond beyondFranz beyondFraJose beyondFranz I Franz FraJose Josef Land LandThe Lnd LndThestudelts LandThe i The Thestudelts students in ChristJpnia ristiiawi will have iV a atorchlight a atorchllght torchlight torchlghtpr9cess procession pr ccsslirn D la < lionor hom honorof r pf < the theDuke theukeot theDuke I Duke ukeot of AbruzLto Abruzzt tonight ghtNansen Nahsen In Intheir hitheir Intheir their their behalf behal Ayillrtinaice wJlk wjltrnakd a TEongratulatory eongratuiatoryaddress ongrtuatory ongrtuatoryaddr j I address addr ss to the Duke DukeAt Dke Dkebb thakeAt At ChcsnjicnJie CioesapeakfleaeiiNow CioesapeakfleaeiiNowFree Bench BenchFree I Free concerts bv l a ladies band bandea > bb t a CnrgolIls dred 11iI1G best bestleanls i il 1 l leanls rJ brJh hright ychIoy lC rFOlKr t 100 Oft 11 at ati 4pd i iL i PROCLITINF1WM FitUElli FitUElliJiox PQ Jiox fS Ordered lT i 1LfoPfiioi lJfsli T for Bispefstf > ii and andi audIteturit n1 n1Uefu Uefu lleturn to foT1le Tlieir 1 Hoinc HoincIf lloi lloiChInas f So SoiJ ChInas iJ in Eiioj Wn1thi Vtr I the lc ffJ Dimedil il r rEleJlentslint rfr rfrElements EleJlentslint Elements That Thc They Will VII 1f lie Pun Punihc Punhmhed ihc hmhed Lit If They The > D D Do ot Ohcy Ole Olc > His Hisoinmand Iis IisComm hisComninandThreafens Comm ComninandThreafens oinmand nclThreutc Threatens H to it Go to Pe Pechili Pecll1 Pccldli chili cll1 Himself JhuJeU if i They TJ ey Uc Hesitate HesitateReport HesitateReport itatc i ieportTJlnt Report eportTJlnt That the lie Jc Earl En 1 Will WJIS Sail i1 for forTaltu 1 TnliuScptemler Taltu Septcnbcr 11 1 Eli Eu jnonte Joutet JoutetPckhitJeEKcnpe to toChe toPckinrke PckhitJeEKcnpe Pckinrke Che Escape of the te Imperial Imperiall ImperialPTnrty PTnrty t From theCelctlnl the Celestial Caplul Caplull Capital CapitalFled l > tal talFled I Fled l Through lr theVe thie Western tcrii Gate GateSHANGHAI CuteSHAG11AI I IS SHANGHAI S SHAG11AI A GIISept Sept 10 1020 101210 1210 a amLi amLiliming m Li LiHung Hung ung Chang Chang is now circulating ei culaUn a proolama proolamatfon proclam1ton proclamalion lion ton In the Province of Pechili warning warningtho warningthe I tho Boxers Boxcxs and an all al other persons who are aredisposed aredisposed I Idhposed disposed to make trouble tro l to dsperse disperse at atonce atonce I Ionce once return to their homes and resume resumetheir resumetheir I Itheir their peace occupations In one part of ofthe otthe ocupatons the thcproclamUonEarl proclamation Earl Li Lisays LisaysYou says saysYou saysYou I You know me remember my twenty twentyfour twentytour twentyfour four years service stryice among you youLi youLt I Li threatens threatens that thatunle unless s his orders are areobeyed areobey areobeyed obeyed obey datO at once ce He hewig hewill wilt go to Pechili PechiI and I Ipunish punish the recalcitrants recalcitrantsThe rccafclrants recalcitrantsThe The Imperial party including in incl ding all the theprinces theprinces theprinces I princes left left leftPekin Pekin ekin on August 14 1 Prince PrinceTuan PrinceTnan PrinceTuan Tuan was at at Tungchow Tngchow when the allies alliesreached ale alereched alliesreached reached reched that place He fled at once to Pe Pekin Pekin Pckin ¬ kin and reported reprte the fact that that the allies allieswere ale alewer allieswere were wer coming to the Empress Empress Dowager DowagerPreparations Dwager DwagerPreparton DowagerPreparations Preparations Preparton were made m de at once to toleave toleave tolave leave Pekin Pekinbut but the Imperial party re remained reminec remained ¬ mained minec in the palace until untI the allies allieswere ameswere allieswere were actually actualy entering the Chinese city cityThen cty ctyThen cityThea Then they left by way of the western westerngate westerngate westerngate gate while whie the troops of the allies ales were werepassing werepassing I passing through the eastern gate gateIn gateIn I IIn In view of this information Inforation regarding regardingthe regardingthe regardingthe the escape of the Empress Dowager and andthe andthe andthe the princes at the last last moment it seems seemscertain seemscertan seemscertain certain certan that if the Russians had kept the thaagreement th tha theagreement agreement a ecment made at Tungchow for a joint jointattack jointattack Jointattack attack by the allies the entire entre city citywould ciy ciywould citywould would have been surrounded and the es escape escape escape ¬ cape of the Imperial party prty would have havebeen hayebeen havebeen been impossible impossibleA I A despatch from Shanghai dated yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬ terday says Li Hung Chang has bs decided decidedto decied deciedto to go to Pekin and will wi sail ai for Taku Takuon T3n T3non Talcuon I on September SeptemberI SeptemberIDEN 14 14DENIED 11DEN DENIED DEN DEN BY Y CHXE CH CHI CHEN CHENChiiiexc CHN CHNChincJe CHINClilmmesc i Chiiiexc ChincJe Minister ln iier to England EnpJuul Ridi Ridic uicl uiclcnle2 RitiLcults c cnle2 cults lc the Charge of o Duplicity DnplieityLONDON Do DuplicityLONDON Ilel IlelL LONDON L DO Sept S pt 11 lkA A correspondent or spondent haa haaan haaan hanan an Interview InterIE today with wih Chih Chen Lo LoFengLuh L LaFengLuh yeng FengLuh Luh the Chinese ChInee Minister lniser to Great GreatBritain Gret GretBrtln CrestBritain Britain Brtln in regard regard to the charges charge made mad by bythe bythe bythe the correspondent of the Times Times at Pe Pekin Pekin Pckin ¬ kin that the Chinese ministers at London Londonand Lndon Lndonand Londonand and Washington had endeavored to hood hoodwink hoodwink hoodwink ¬ wink the thevarJcus various IregIGoverment fdreigp Governments by byIssuing byssuing byIssuing Issuing lying statements sutem statemCntz nt and bogus bgus Impe Imperial Imperial Impenat ¬ rial edicts during dnrin the siege of the lega legations legations ¬ tions The correspondent corrspondent also charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat that while whie Lo L Feng Luh and Wu Tiug Tiugfans Tilg Tilgfng Tiegfang fans fng were issuing statements that the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble trouble at the th Chinese Chine capital cpia was caused causedby cused cusedby causedby by rebels the th Dowager o ager Empress and high hignGovernment highGovenment highGovernment Government Govenment officials ofcials had ordered the at attacks attacks attacks ¬ tacks on the legations legationsChih legaton legatonChih legationCbih Chih Chen aaidlThis aid bis implication implcatl implieatiapof of Mr MrWu MrWu lr lrWu Wu Tingfang TI grang and myself msel is severe oerebut but is isnot Isnot isnot not justified just i by b the t facts acts I wont call cal it itlying it itlying lying but will wi say that it i is is the te result ot otexaggerated otexaggtrated ofexaggerated exaggerated imagination Mr Morrison Morrisonthe Morrisonthe loIIson loIIsonthe the correspondent crrespondent of the Times is natural naturally naturally naturally ¬ ly enraged enr ged because the th Chinese Government Governmentdid Goyernment did di not protect prtect him perfectly perfecty so his judg judgment judgmen Judgment ¬ ment men is extremely prejudiced prejudicedAll pr prejudicedAll judiced judicedAU All the tle edicts edlct < that Mr Ir Wu and I re received receive recalved ¬ calved ceive were genuine They Tey came to us usthrough usthrough usthrough through Li I Hung Chang Yuan Shih Kai Kaithe Kaithe Kaithe the Governor of Shantung and the Vice Viceroy Vie Vierf Viceroy ¬ roy rf of Hankow who all al assured asured us that thatthey thatthey thatthey they emanated direct from the throne 1 1was 1was Iwas was bound boun to accept these assurances be because becaus because ¬ cause caus it I Theofficials the he officials ofcials 1 iiave pye named had hadnot hadnot hadnot not sufficient sufcient faith in Mr r Wu Yu and an myself myselfand mysel myseland myselfand and wished to deceive us we would woul not notbe Dotbe notbe be ambassadors ambassadorsFurfhermore ambassadcrsfurfherore ambassadersFurthermore Furthermore furfherore I had private means of otjudging ofjudging ofJudging judging the genuineness of the edicts edictsirrespective edictsirrespcdivc edictsirrespective irrespective of the assurances of ofresp respon responsible respunsible n nsible ¬ sible Viceroys that the Empress had hal or ordered ordered ordered ¬ dered the protection of the legations legatons I Ido Ido Ido do not say that the protection protecton was per perfect perfect perfeet ¬ fect but it was protection protecton from Krupp Kruppguns Kruppguns Kruppguns guns and the salvation salvaton of the legations legationswas legatons legatonswas legationswas was due to Imperial protection protectionAll rotecton rotectonAl All Al the edicts which I handed to theBritish the theBritish theBritish British Foreign Office Oice I also sent to Mr MrWu MrWit Ir IrWu Wu Tingfang who delivered delvered them hem to tothe tothe tothe the American Amercn Government If I the de despatches despatches tieapatches ¬ spatches are bogus you can exonerate exonerateMr exoneratelr exonerateMr Mr lr Wu as 3S I sent the cables to him orig originally orlginulhand origlazIly ¬ lazIly inulhand and will wiUaccept accept all al the responsi responsibility respmsibity respanalbility ¬ bility bity for whatever happens happensThe happensThe happensThe The Americans are very ver sensible s nsible in re regard regard regard ¬ gard to these matters maters and I do not think thinkthese thinkthese thinkthese these charges will affect affect the confidence confidencethey confdnce confdncethey confidnce confidncethey they have always alwa s reposed in Mr Ir Wu Ting Tingfang TIngfang Tingfang fang Americans always alwaysdo do the right thing thingand thingand thingand and they will il do it in this case especially especiallySecretary especialy especiallySecretary I ISecretary Secretary of State Stte Hay for fpr whom wh m I have havethe havethe I Ithe the highest respect as a statesman and andpoet andpoet J Jpoet poet poetThe The credentials credentals of Li Hung Chang as asthe asthe asthe the representative representatve of o1ClIna otChiina China in the coming comingnegotiations comingnegotations comingnegotiations negotiations negotations were delivered in the vari various van vanuais arI arIUiS ¬ ous UiS foreign fo eigcapitals capitals yesterday The Gov Governments Governments CowernmentS ¬ ernments will wicce accept acceptthem them when wh n they ap appoint appoit appoint ¬ point poit their own representatives representatves who will willprobably wi wiprobably willprobably probably be the ministers now in Pekin PekinITALY PekinITAL PekinITALY ITALY ITAL YFAORS PASTORS FOBS PEACE PEACEMinisterial PEACEJInisterinl PEACEMinisterial Ministerial JInisterinl Council Counci Declares Against AgainstFurther AgniustIurtber AgaimistFurther Further Iurtber War car onr in China ChinaROME ChinnR ChinaROME ROME R IE Sept 11 1An 11An An official ofcial note issued issuedtoday issuedtoday issuedtoday today announces annouD s that at a ministerial coun council councii oun ounci ¬ cil ci it i was unanimously decided to exclude excludefrom excude excudefrom excludefrom from consideration consider on in the settlement settement ot oi the theChinese theChinese theChinesediffieuhtY Chinese ChinesediffieuhtY difficulty dIfculy all alprQposals proposals that might mighttend mighttend mighttend tend to draw Italy into further war with withChina withChina withChina China ChinaThe ChinaThe I The T ccbjnet cabinet also 1s decdl decided to initiate peace peaceproposals pece peceproposals penceproposals proposals immediately Ialy Italy will wiformu wiformulate fqrmu fqrmulate formu formulate late demands for an indemnity and it these theseare theseare theseare are are accepted intervention Interenton in China ChIna will wi be beconsidered bec heconsidered considered c nsiderd at an end endWarships endnrsliJH endtVarshlps Warships nrsliJH in iuCluesc Uliinese Waters WaitersThe WatersThe utcrs utcrsThe The Navy ayDepartment Department has been notified notifiedthat notifed notifedJhat notifiedthat that the th New New Orleans has sailed d from fromWoosuns frm fromWoosung WOO Woosuns UngLor lor Takuarid Taku and that the York Yorkfovrii Yorktown ork town has l1 bbsarrived s arrived lI ed at Chefoo Chefoo85OTb Chetoold3O ld3O 85OTb Oilo Io lUcuiuond 1iclnu ncIYnnucinc Va Vnnuilfle Vnnuilfleturn and Re JfttJJO JfttJJOturn ao turn tu rJ Via 1ennuylyania l enn D lunln Railroad RailroadAccount R RailroadAccount ailrou d dcount I Account count roehTA irieetfjif meetili Grand GrndLi Ixxlje e 7 6 O F Ftickets Ftickets tickets tickcBon on sale sl and anl good goo going September ptemner 15 10 IGI IaIT 17 I IS and 3D d4Smtl05a 4SO and 1055 a ra nItraiJS trains September S pteubca 19 1910 19 good to return retr until unti September Septcmler 25 25Xo 25N texbc Xo N use u to t put ii lmtOfnch ul off of linlldlns that sn sniiihtin suurban iiihtin urban cy yc J ioiiu hunas Co C > Tfmv now ow lumliprii lUller leather idcwn is fvan dcwn hi by Frrk Fraaiz Pii Tr Lj LjJ T Lia Liacy Pw Pwyc MINISTER MTRWS ws WIPSSTATEMENT WIPSSTATEMENTifr STATEMENT STATEMENTifc S TNT TNTEi ifc Emphatically Ei lll crI Denies en1es the t tiiGiuirges tiiGiuirgesof Charees Chareesof C uirgez uirgezoi of oi Dr i Morrison MorrisonWij 3f rr rnlson rnlsonWti Hon HonWit Wit Wti Tingfang Tlrgfmg the Chinese tbineseUn Minister ster was wasan wasI I an a early caller caler at at the theState State Department Departmentthis DepartmentI I this morning and after afer a talk tlk jilth with Dr DrHill DrHi DrI I Hi Hill the Acting Actng Secretary Sec tarhe he EavThut gave but uta utaS a astatement aI I statement S tatemen tln In inreply reply 1 e PlY to the tb ec charges hargesma madeyes madeyesjterday made yes jterday terday by Dr Morrison 2lorrison the Pekin corre correspondent correspondent comespondent ¬ spondent of the London Times which whichwere whichwcre whichwere were published pub sbed this morning The charges chargeswere chargeserens changesWere were erens as asfollows asfollowsThe follows followsThe followsTe The Te most profound profound indignation indfgiiatiorI ndigaton is is felt felthere felthere felthere here that Ministers Lo L Feng FengLuh Luh and Wu WuTingfang WuTingtang WuTingfang Tingfang whose shameless lies and trans transmission transmission transmission ¬ les mission of bogus bogs Imperial edicts edlctslelayed edlctslelayedt delayed delayedthe delayedthedepartqre the t thedepartqre e deJartre departure of otrelI ofrelldf relief until unt it t was nearly nearlytoo nearlytoo too tOOI late a ari arc still tillr received with lth honor 0 orl in inLondon n nLndon i iLondon London Lndon and Washington WashingtonIn an Washngton WashngtonIn In his statement Mr Ir Wb said saidI v vI 1 I see in the morning papers that thnt Dr DrMorrison DrMorrson DrMorrl2on Morrison Morrson of t the London Jondon Times res has hascharged hascharged hascharged charged me with h several very nasty nastythings na nastythings ty tythIngs things This is one of the most uijusti uijustifiable urust unustifinble fiable fable tincalledfor U uncalled C led for libels lbelS ever published publishedon P on a public publc man I wish to to know whatshamQless what whatshameless whatshameless shameless lIes 1es I have ever uttered that thathave thatI I have caused cau ed the most most profound profoundiniign profoundiniignhat indigna indignatioa indigntioa I tioa What hat bogus b Ogus edicts does he h refer referto referto i to If I Dr Morrison rorrIson only knew the truth tuth ho howould heJ howould I would see S ee that my m y efforts eforts have always had hadan hd1 hd1an hadan J an entirely entr ly opposite Qpposie cfl effect tect ect The Tle edicts edictswere edict edktsWere were issued szued and came to to me through the theusual the theusual I usual channels cannels They were were all al absolutely absolutelygenuine ab3lutelyand absolutelygenuine genuine and absolutely straight Perhaps Perhapshe per Perhapshe haps he does not remember remeber that it I was through throughmy thraughmy throughmy I my efforts effors that the American people peoplere peoplerecelyed re received meceived ¬ ceived the first frst message from Mr lr Conger Congerthough Congerthougb Congemthough though at the time the affair afair was branded brandedas brded brdedasa as asa a fake and ad I was jeered Jeere at The trth trthcame truth truthcamc truthcame came out later I haye all al through through these thesetroubles thes thestroubles thesetroubles troubles been true to the American merica Cow Cowcrnment Government ov overnmcnt ¬ ernment ernmentI I think that no man ever had a more moredifficult moredifcult maredifficult difficult difcult task tsk than I to perform I had to todo tq tqdo todo do my duty to my own Government and andyet andyet yet et do al 1 in my power to aid this Cow Government GO Cowernment ¬ ernment I had to protect the interests interestsof of China and yet play fair to the Ameri Americans AmerIcans Amencans ¬ cans In all al this time tme I was subjected to toprejudices toprejudices toprejudices prejudices I have done my duty to the theUnited theUnied theUnited United Unied States I have done all in my mypower mypOwer mypower power and it is rather unpleasant to torewarded be berewarded berewarded liar rewarded by by being termed a shameless shamelessliar shamelessHal shamelessliar I do not doubt that Dr Morrison is a agentleman agenteman agentleman gentleman genteman and that he represents a great greatnewspaper greatnewspaper newspaper n ewspap r but I too to am a gentleman gentlemanjust gentlemanjust gentlemanjust just as much as he His statements sttement were weremade weremade made to to injure me and his remarks remrks are areungentlemanly areungentemanly areungentlemanly ungentlemanly ungentemanly to say the least They Theywere Tey Theywere were made because of his biased views viewsafter viewsaler viewsafter after aler bein being being confined inBekinfor In P kin for a time timeI tme e eI I hardly believe beleve that he h means what he hesays lIesays hesays says as there is no word word of oJruJh oftruth truth in inhIs inhIscharges his hischarges hischarges charges chargesEXPEDITION chargesEXEIION chargesEXPEDITION EXPEDITION EXEIION TO PAOTINGm PAOTINGmAllied PAOTIGF PAOTIGFAIHecl PAOTINGPUAhiied Allied Troops Leave Len e Talca Tal on Sep September SeIJtCluber Septenalcr ¬ tember tCluberLOXDOX T TLONDON 7LONDON LONDON Sepu Sept 1L 1Ldespatch ILA A despatch from fromTaku frm frmTalt fromTaku Taku Talt o cf date d4te of Sept September Jber 6 says fy Ali Aiiexpedition A1 Aliexpedition expedition e editon will wf leave leve here here for Paotingfu Paotingfutomorrow Paotngfu PaotngfutomorrOo Psotingfutomorrow tomorrow tomorrOo It I will wU be made up as follows followsBritish fol followsBritishtwo ws wsBritshtwo British Britshtwo Britishtwo two regiments of cavalry cavalr Bat Battery Battery flatteny ¬ tery B of Horse Artillery Arilery and 300 infant infantrymen infantr infantrymen ¬ rymen r men Italians Ialans 1000 100 Japanese Japane e 300 30 and andRussians andRusIas andRusslas Russians RusIas 300 It I is probable probble that floe 50eAmericans 50 50Americns floeAmericans Americans Americns will wi be included at the last mo moinent moient momeni inent inentActing ient ientActng meniActing Acting Actng Secretary SEcretary of War Melklejohn Melkiejohasaid felklejohnsaId i isaid said today the report that a detachment detement detementot detachmentof I Iof of American AmerLan troops formed tored part of the ex expedition expedH cxpcdithn ¬ pedition pedH to attack Paotingfu Paotngfu was un undoubtedly undoubtedlv undoubtedly ¬ doubtedly 0 erroneous The Te American com commanders commanders cornmanders ¬ manders 0would would not participate partcIpate in such a amovement amovement amovement movement without first frst securing the ap approval approval npproval ¬ proval of the authorities authoriies here and no nosuch nosuch nosuch such permission had been sought or orgranted o oganted orgranted granted grantedEMPBESS ganted gantedEMRES grantedEMPRESS EMPRESS EMRES REPORTED REORTD CAPTURED CAPTUREDTaken CATRED CATREDChibCle CAPTUREDChisiese ChibCle Chisiese SOTerclzn Sovereign Sall Said to JnTc have Been DecnTaken BeenTaken Taken by b Russians RussiansLONDON RU5HinnsLONDO RussiansLONDON LONDON Sept Sept 11 nThe The evening pa papers paper papens ¬ pens per print a a telegram telegam from Nagasaki agsaki of ofyesterdays ofyesterdays ofyesterdays yesterdays date which whlh states that the theDowager theDowager theDowager Dowager Dowager Empress of China Chinahas has been cap captured captur captuned ¬ tuned tur d by Russian troops at at Johol JoholNo JohoLNo JohoLNo No information intoraion has been received by the theGovernment theGoernment theGovernment Government officials fcials here be of the report reportfrom reportfrem reportfrom from Nagasaki that the Chinese Empress EmpressDowager EmprC EmpresaDowager Dowager had been captured by Russian Russiantroops Russiantrcops Russiantrcops trcops troopsSEASSACRE trcopsIILASSACRD SEASSACRE SACE OF MISSIONARIES MISSIONARIESThirtythree MSSIONAIS MSSIONAISThirtthree MISSIONARIESPhirtylhre Thirtythree Reported RelJrtce ReportedSinin Slain in the theSIiuiisl theShanHI theShans SIiuiisl Shans I Governors Yanieii YanieiiLONDON YauJcnL YanaeuiLONDON LONDON L mON Sept ept 11 11A A despatch from fromChefoo fromChefoo fromChefoo Chefoo dated September Septemlr S says ays thirty thirtythree thirtythree thirtythree three missionaries were massacred masacred in the theTamen tbeYamen theTames Tames of of Yu Hsien the te Governor of the theProvince theProvince theProvince Province Province of r Shansi ShansiWARNED ShansiWAED SheasiWABNED WARNED WAED BY BX HI PICSON PICSONFrench PICHONFrcncl PICKONFrench French Minister J inlt rnt at at PeUin Foresaw Foresawthe For4Hn For4Hnr ForesawI r I the theSIJr Spread ncl ofRoxe ofRoxePARIS of otBoxenlsin otBoxenlsinPARIS BoeriMDJ BoeriMDJPARIS PARIS Sept 11 nIt It is stated that a aYellow aYelow aYellow Yellow Yelow Book ook which Foreign Foreig Minister Del Delcasse Delcasse Delcasse casse is i preparing in reference to China Chinacontains Chinacontains Chinacontains contains correspondence showing that M MPichon MPichon 1 1Pichon Pichon the French Frech Minister 1Inister at Pekin fore foresaw foresaw foresaw ¬ saw the spread of Borerism and the te com complicity complcit complicity ¬ plicity plcit of f the Government qovernment in Infe the movement movementand movementand movementand and warned M Delcasse who in March Iarch last lastcommunicated lastcommunIcated lastcommunicated communicated with wih the powers on the sub subject subjecL subject ¬ ject jecLDelcasse jectDelcasse Delcasse proposed a a combined naval dem demonstration demonstration demonstmatlon ¬ onstration believing blieving that this would suf sufflee suffice sufflee flee to induce the Chinese Government Governmiit to todiscontinue todiscontnue todiscontinue discontinue discontnue its iscount countenancing nancing of tiiS t th Box Boxers Boxera ox oxers ¬ ers All the rejected the th Al powers proposi proposition proositon proposition ¬ tion ton Great rreatBritai ieat Britain and andGermany Germany pirticu pirticularly prtcu prtcuIarly pzrticularly I I larly opposing it i on the ground that It Itwould i Itwould would be unjustifiable unjustifiableINSTIGATED unustfaDle unustfaDleISTIGATEDT unjOstifiableINSTIGATED INSTIGATED ISTIGATEDT TEE BOXERS BOXERSSecret BOXS BOXSSecrct BOXflSSecret I Secret Secrct 1apers of or the limpress Dow Dovrafer Do Don Dowziger afer n er Discovered DiscoveredBERLIN DiseoerccIBERLIN DiscoveredBERLIN BERLIN Sept 11 lThe 11The The Pekin come correspondent eorresp comespondent ¬ spondent sp ondent of 0 t the Lokalanzeiger LIWl anzeiger says 5 a ys thai thaifour th tha thafour a four Boxers who were convicted of mur murdering murderingChristans mumdoming ¬ 1 I doming deringChristans Christians have been shot in theGerman theGerman the theGerman German jurisdiction A number of reports reportsthat reportsthatWere reportsthat that thatWere were made madedaiy daily to the Empress Dow Dowager Dowagerhiebeen Dowacer ¬ acer agerhiebeen have been found in the imperial pal palace paIacepreclsely 5i 5iace ¬ I ace acepreclsely precisely enumerating enumeratng murders muler o oChristians OChriEtiansalso oChristians Christians ChriEtiansalso also a proclamation issued gsuedb3 by byie b bChung Chung Chung Lia Li a memb member r of the ie Tsuugli TsuugliYanien TSlngl TsuugliYamen Yanien Ya en in July JulYoflering50 offering 50 taels for every everymaln evel evelmalHChristan everymalo malHChristan maln Christian 40 for every ever female and 30 30 for every everchi child killed KilleThe IrHe IrHer1elnssncluuets killedThe The r1elnssncluuets MassachnKCtts Caiiipaisrii CaiiipaisriiNSW CampaigaiNEW nJInin nJIninN NSW N W YORK Sept 11 11TbeRepublcan 11TbeRepublcanNatonal 11The The Republican RepublicanNational RepublicanNational National Natonal Committee Commitee will wIl open the cam campaign campaign campaiga ¬ paign In in Massachusets Massachusetts net next week John JohnH JohnH JohnH H Wise of this city cit Is booked b oked to tospeaJ speak speakat speakat at Lynn Lyn Mass Mss onTesd on Tuesday r September IS ISExcursion ISXJngnr isNiagara Niagara Fans Excursion Septemuer SelJtcmberViD j XJngnr IS Via ViD B O R tl npCd3H ItSpectaltfaln i I Spectaltfaln pCd3H n of > t day coaches ht and 1 parlor par or cars carswithout ca cawihout earswithout I without wihout change crtn < JcaycsjB canS 1 0 Station abon 830 83 a ni niStopovers m mstopvC inStopOvax Stopovers allowed alow on ol reiurn urn trip tIPTlckts Tickets good goodfor goodfo for stopvC fo ten tcibys t 3ars 1calssrn Meals served in 1n cafe cf diner dmr en erue erueJ route routeSpecially routeSpeciall Specially J low rate excursions ulon from rom Niagara Xiagr Falls Fallsin Fal Fallsin in inconrcbonwlth connection with this tl1xclon tl1xcloneclelcrLmulle excursion excursionc J v > c eclelcrLmulle deliver Lninher to totlecc the country countryCall countryCai1au4 try I I Call Cai1au4 o and id get tt lovvui Iott bids bid aivays 1lWiSit at Ch h Jsr h X N V av n Vo 1 DHMOGRTS apiVYR apiVYRC Stat Iaf Confenffoii C feftf iitii Holds Hold ffothi T r jfrietf jfrietfSession ffrieiSsioii fee feeSession Session and IJd Adjonriis AdjonriisDelearateV AdJ Adjiti Adjitihieiegiit Irrs IrrsDef > DelearateV Def hieiegiit git s to f Reconvene if en at oil t 11 if 1i oGTook oGTookTomofrovr 67CTOciiTiijeFj iG Tomofrovr TiijeFj rr llorniiiK MornJnffjffeeel uornfn Spfccii Sp ll of 11S f fntor SfffJ SfffJator IP IPutor ator ircCarreri jlcC MeCuiircu rrcn ris d dChiaIrmthuiapj S TcnYporHry TcnYporHryCUniWunn T 1iJ CUniWunn Chniriu ChiaIrmthuiapj n Tny Republican iiit iiitArraigiietf rr T ReinibI nn Paffy PaffyArraigned Prtl PrtlArrnllecI Arraigned ArrnllecI for fop it Jt Ibs MlVmanrijfcy MlVmanrijfcyinent fsni nn nniicnt inent iicnt of oi r PuliHc Puhli l uc Affair n friiti friitiNnine ln 1 Bryan H Hnme M MSame Same nme Greeted AVIth I it Rcjit Gicecl Hearty nrTc1ce CUeerS1 CUeerS13IV 1 3IV jl 315 Cro Crok Crolcer r I Itocefvcs Ieel e nnV rrn1 rrn1iioni i or < TvnllVn i Protif Vrr Tainninny Tam Tanmaiaid i Davia D fd B n > Hill Hnf Wotj WotjIARATOGA xt xtPh NotPresent Ph Present Henf nCrIn flurin the the procc P eeOdinjr eeOdinjrSARATOGu din dinSARATOG IARATOGA N T Sept Sept 11 1As 11As As a pre preliminary preIminary prehimlnnrv > liminary Iminary to the Democratic DemocatcState State Convene Convenetion Convenlon Conveatio tion lon tio the th whole whole morning m r lng was enlivened enIvened by bY the music of numerous bands and the th ofnumerol band pa parades p psratios ratios rde cf enthusiastic enthtlsIasUc delegations d and boomr boomrers bom7 bom7ers boom boomens ers of candidates candidatesAll candidatesAU candidatesAll All of the 450 45 delegates were on handt handtearly hand handerly hand1early early erly Richard Croker and erS exSenator exSenatorurhy erSenatorMurphy nator Murphy urhy seemed seeme to thoroughly control the thesituation thesiuaton th thsituation situation siuaton They T y gave gve no assurances tSUTnCCS to tho thOIlrendsof friends lrendsof of John B Stanchfield Stanhfeld and nd WilliamC WilliamCP Wiiaml VillIami VillIamiF F Mackey that either etfr will wU1 be nominated nominatedfor noInatedr noInatedrfor nominatefor for Governor The Te impr impression sIo1 Js growing growing1 growing1that growlnglthat that that no man man whose whos name nae hasbeen men mentioned mentoned meationed tioned toned for any office omcewi will be b nomInated nominatedVThe noInated noInatedThe nomInatedThe The indications indicatons early today were wer that thatthe thattbe thatthe the Coler C < ermovement movement had collapsed colapse andl andlthat and andthat andtthat that his hisnamemght name might not go before the theconvention tbeconventon the1convention convention conventionThe conventon conventonThe conventionThe The Kings King county delegation delegaton met this thismorning thls1morning thismorning morning and adopted the unit rule The Thethree Thetree Thethree three tree delegates delegtes from Mr Colers ownl ownldistrict own owndIstrict ownidiatrict district entered enteed the caucus and will wi Tote vote1against votelagainsthiI Toteagainst against againsthiI him His Hi close personal peronl friends friendsJohn triendsJohn friendsJohn John T To Shea and Edward Kaufman ¬ aDd Kufman re retired reted notired tired ted from the Color C ler movement at tho tbolast tholast tholast > last moment moment Kaufmau Ka Kaufxna fm was to make way wayfor way wayfor for Martin I rtn Littleton Litteton who was slated slate to tomake t tomake I Imake make the speech placing Coler in innomination inl inlnominatin mlnomlnatlin nomination nominatin Last Lst night ni ht he agreed igeed to go gointo g gointo > into the caucus and abide by its it decision decisionWhen de decisionWhen Ision Isionhen When hen the Kings county delegation delegton met meta meta mett metta a resolution resoluton in favor of ot Colers nomina nomination nomination nomination tion was ta read and thrown thro aside without withoutcomment withoutcomm withoutcomment comment comm nt The delegation delegaton then adoptedl adoptedlthe adoptedlthe adoptedithe the unit rule binding the sixtythree 6 ytbree dele delegates delegtes ddegates ¬ gates gatesDavid gtes gtesDaid gatesDavid David B Hill Hi is still stl saying that tht he hesl heslfor heIsfor is isfor for Coler and will wI fight lgbt for Jr hinf him to t the theend tel telend theend end He says he will wi make the te speech speechplacing speechJlacing speeclitplacing placing Jlacing the te Comptroller Comptroler in nomination nOinatonW nOinatonWnecessary nornlnatIonifnecessary iff iffnecessary necessary but that he is handicapped int intthe in inthe mtthe the fight by b the fact that Mr Ir Coler CoheriaileiIi CoheriaileiIito failed failedto faie to hold the delegates delegtes from rom his own ow as assembly assembly assembly sembly district districtHills districtHils districtHills Hills Hils opponents assert that he will wi back baclcout bck backout out out at the last moment Coler ColermeI men say saythat saythat snylthat that if the Comptroller Comptroler had come here he hecould hel helcould hecould could have kept kept his forces together togeter andl andlmade andlmade andimade made a good showing in the theconentol convention conventionThey conventionThey They Tey say saythat that Hill 1i1 kept ptOlerfrom pt Ooler from com coming com coming cthlug ¬ ing and nd that his bis 147 l7delegates delegates may dwindle dwindleto dwindito to 50 when the t e roll rol is i called aled on on nomina nominations nominatons nominations ¬ tions tons Tammany Januuany in n a 3rajority 3rajorityThe 3rnjorltyThe rujorityThe The Hill men men charge chrge that Croker has hasiplanned haslplannea hasplanne planned planne to have Tammany dominate dominate the theiconvention theconention themconvention convention There are more than 2000 2000Tammany 200 2000kTammany Tammany braves bra es in Saratoga today The Theispecial Thespecial Themspecial special trains trins brought 1785 men and more morethan morelthan morethan > than 200 came up on o regular r glar trains trins There Thereare Therere Thereare > are re two Tammany men here for every everyDemocrat everj everjDemocrat everyDemocrat Democrat from up the State StateTho StateThe StateThe The Stanchfield Stanchfeld boomers were very ver con confident confide confidexit > fident fide t this tis morning and the followers folowerof folowerofckey ofl oflMflckey of ofMackey Mflckey ckey depressed depresse Norman E Mack Iack said saidthat esidtthat i ithat that Mackey ackEY could be b nominated nominate on the theifirst thefrst thefirst > first frst ballot balot but for the opposition opposion of Kings KingsSenator KingsSenator EingsSenator Senator McCarren lcCrren said sid that the Kings Kingsicounty KIng Kingscounty county countj delegation delegton had not refused to sup support support support port Mackey ackey but he thought Stanchfieldl Stanchfieldlwould Stnchfeldl Stnchfeldlwould Stanchfieldlwould would be a stronger candidate cdi ate and had the theibetter thC thebetter better bter chance of getting gettng the nomination nominationGreat nominaton nominatonGreat nominationGreat Great crowds crwds had gathered gthered in the Con Convention Convnton Convention ¬ vention vnton Hall Hal at 11 1 oclock ocok those holding holdingtickets holdlngrtckets holdingtickets tickets tckets arriving early ery so as to secure seure goodl goodlseats gol golseats goodistats seats The convention cnventon was ws scheduled sceduled tot totbegia to tobegin tobegin begin at that tat hour hourhut but as many of the thedelegates thedegates theidelegates delegates were not ready rady the te march to the thehall thmhal theahall hall hal was delayed delayedRichard delayedRichard delayedRichard Richard Croker entered the buildirg buildirgt buildirgati tti I 1115 115 oclock ocock and the Tammany Tamany dele delegates delegates ddegates gates arose and gave him an oration orationthat oatoD ovatlontthat that lasted for several minutes minutesCalled minutesCnllecl minutesCalled Called to Order OrderAt OrclerAt OrderAt At 1144 114 oclock oclockChairman Chairman Campbell CampbellUof Campbel Campbellof of the State committee commitee called cled the con convention eonenton conventioa ¬ vention enton to order and on behalf of the thecommittee thelcommitee thecommittee > committee commitee moved the selection selecton of Sena Sanator Senator Senatar tor P H McCarren as temporary temporry chair chairman chairmo chairman ¬ man manThe moThe manThe The motion moton was carried cared without wItout dissent dissentanl disent disentand dissentiand and Campbell CampbeJ named Elliot Elot Danforth Dnfort andl andlNorman andlNorman antiNorman Norman E Mack Iack as a committee to es escort escort escort ¬ cort the th Senator to the platform pIalorn The dele delegates del delgates ddegaten ¬ gates cheered McCarren when he was in introduced introduced introdncetf ¬ troduced At 1143 l oclock ocok the te Senator be began began began ¬ gan his speech spech The temporary chairman chairmansaid chirman chirmansaid chairmanisaid said in part part3Ir partIr part3Cr 3Ir Ir McCarrenH leCnrren Speech SpeechMr SpeechMr Mr 11 Chairman and Gentlemen of the Con Convention Convention o Con7 vention ventionI venton ventonI I assure you I deeply appreciate thei theidistinction theldistinction the thedistinction distinction conveyed in my selection asj asjtemporary aSItemporary as astemporary temporary presiding officer of this con conTention conention conTentlon Tention TentionAbout TentlonAhut entionAbut About Abut three months ago the Democra Democracy Democr ¬ cy cv of 01 this State met in convention conventon in thc thoicity thccity thecity city city of New York for or the purpose of se selecting cclooting ¬ lecting delegates to the National Conven Convention Convention ¬ tion ton at Kansas KansasCity City The Democracy ot otthe otState ofthe the State through its representatives representatves at atthe atthe atthe the June convention conventon adopted a platfonm platfonmdeclarative platforl platforauLdeclarative declarative of the principles princples of the partYI partyin partyiin in this State Since that tbatme thattime time nothing hasi hasioccurred hal halWitin has hasoccurred occurred within Witin the confines of O t our Ou r Statef Statefto state stateto Stateto to cause the presumption presumpton that the policy policythen poley poleythen policythen then enunciated enuncated does not represent tho thowish thoish thewish wish ish of our curorganizUonSlnce organization Since that time tiraobur tmo tmoour timeOur our national candidates candida es have been select selectd d and in pursuance of the unanimous unanimousaction un unanimousiaction imousl imouslacton action acton of our delegates delegtes in Kansas City Citywe Cty Ctywe Citywe we pledge ledge the support of the Democratic Democraticparty Democrtc Democrtcparty Democraticparty party of of New York State Stte to William Wiiam J JBryan JBr JBryan Bryan Br an and Adlai E Stevenson StevensonOur StevensonOur Our business busin ss here today is to select a aState aState aState State State ticket tcket that will wl be representative repreentatve of ofevery otevey ofevery every evey element element in our party prty and that will willbe wlt wltbc wlhlbe be s guarantee gamnteeby by its personnel pprsonnel of a faith faithful faithful faithftil ¬ ful and economical administration of thoi thoiaffairs the thoafairs theaffairs affairs afairs of the State in event of its it elec election electi electim tim tioniln ti 1 iln In this hall I1n1 last week the Republican Republicanparty Reptblcanl Reptblcanlparty Republicantparty 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