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ADMIRAL DEWEY AT
THE WHITE HOUSE
President McKinley Presents the Manilla
Hero with Sword in Presence of
Multitude of People.
THE ADMIRAL WAS MUCH AFECTED
His Yolce Filled Him Wbwi It Came His Torn to Pesponl-
Declloes t be Ordeal cf a General Handshaking--Admiral
Could riot Finish inside Time
Allowed by Kales.
SHAMDOCK A FAST BOAT
The Enemy Routed Repeatedly and Forced
to Flee Before Americans Throngi
Thickets and Rte Fields.
Berts Columbia la Li(M BretM mi .. . i . -- ... . -
Be.t...T.tyeBo.- THE AMERICAN LOSS WAS SEVERE
Will Rue Tomorrow- i , .
Lawton's Troops Sweep Across Several Miles of Country Firing
by Volley and Ctierlnj Enemy Routed From Tbdr
Trenches-Dlspatcb From Wis.
GRIFFIN & REED
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Ot some High Grade Goods at moderate prices
K ALSTON HEALTH FOODS la greit wlct
frtsk from the mills.
AROMATIC SPICES gnaraoteed the flocst.
TILLMAXX S I'L'KE EXTRACTS.
CHASE SAXKORX'S COrTEES ire
rUajled, Together lth host of other
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO
NEW YORK, Oct. S.-A the tun set
a great hall or Br behind the Nave
Sink hills and the sparkllnc atari came'
out Into the heavens, he biggest crowd
Of slffht IM'f. mnA virht.mMi .krt ....
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct, 3. The culmination of Admiral Uiod down to Bandy Hook to witness
fY.iunua trMiimrJtul linntA jaiii I n a wuti X('cm,A Irwluv in t fi ultulna ef tht aittmnt of a. fnrplirn mmrhnnta n
wrest from America the yachUnf u. U'6V"'" """"6
IMUS, Luzon, Oct 3. General Lawton today dispersed the in-
Tlie purpose of the rebels
returned to- was to cut off the communication maintained between Bacoor and
I 1 xlnH. rn. ,0.1 - 1
tlm do mo of the national canitol. Here he received from the hands
.liremacy or the world
n( t'riwi.liMit I. K iiiIhv ft ni.U'inliL't'lit H Wt I1?(I KWonl voleil hv r-r,n- . ...... .. . L I
. . , ., , ' 1MOw. inilmu.sbv means of a route between those places. At a point between
, - i c .i .i ii. J proved toa light and ahirung. and the Imus an( "e east banlc of the river, the insurgents had intrenched
moloty was in t'Videnct' from the momt'Ut he reachwl the standi. ''"t.Mue ...
flrt or the international erie or race; along the west bank commanding open spaces. A force of 1,500
side by Bide with the president. He paused at this poiut for a mo- 0r is between the two greatest rac-l , , ,. , JtT . A jCAa j j . , n
.... ' , , i ii,. u. . rebels attacked'Imus yesterday and 600 proceeded against Bacoor
raont, unwilling, apparently U) take the placo that had been pre ,,n machines ever produced by Eng-i
., ,. ., !. ft i . u,i i ii . i land wd America, degenerated into a with detachmenU along the nver.
tiare.1 for him on the right of the platform lost he should appear oi . . . . . . v M , .1 . . , . , , , ,
' , , , . ... . n ., jdrirting match and had to be declared, This morniug Colonel Daggett's forces spread along the road
usurp tho placo due to the chief magistrate. President McKinley 'on because neither could reach tnt An-1, . ... ,
iiiuiu lAiLwt tunaiu tuius uu wicc vvujfqui Vi ttic A UUl lii rti-
graced the si'untion in nn inant, and, taking his great sea cap.)u)hUnnthtini'o"e'rthmiea.
tain by the arm placed him by gentle force in the chair that hadi
To avoid just such winds as occurred' raent, under Captain ITollis, were thrown out from Imus, the two
TO THE LADIES
Send for Illustrated Catalogue of
FURS AND CLOAKS
TAILOR MADE SUITS
To Out of-Town People :
For fun or cloth we y write to us.
In fact we
a will Mod g-ootli on ipproval and pay rxprcM one way
III glTS yoo loll detain at to style and price.
want your trade. Highest price paid for raw furs,
Be Silyerfield Fur MannfactnringiCo.
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been intended for him.
Latter In the day, as the earring";
Kor Admiral Schley on tho return of
today, m which luck and not the ere, commands forming a junction. The entire line crossed the river
' a rM vjhta win ttiA rn lost n-mHda thai !
ir one of the boau does not flnUh wHh-i and drove the Filipinos from Uieir trenches to the westward through
in nve and one-half hours, the race is the rice fields and thickets. The marines crossed the river near the
bearing mo omcial party arove ay ie parly from u,e canitol to the White
from the capital, between walls or Hiu,e. The tumult grew as the carrt- t0 declared ott the n"1 ri bay forming a part of the line of advance.
cheering humanity, the president again Ml, racwj iown th vnue and the 1 " ' n 7" re nm rourj
dUpltyed hla ta t by ivmalnlng cov- j crow4 ,UTtti sxound N until the homes1 mlle" from hom' wlth the Bhamrock
ered and Ignoring the demonstrate j ,rf trouj;nt to a foot paoe. Finally
for himself, leaving its acknowledge- j ft company of high school cadets came 1uar,er 01 mlle' the committee offl-
ment to the admiral. For Dewey It was t0 1n( fonned about the ' cially declared there had been no race.
Before the forward movement was begun the American artillery
leading by something more than a i shelled the enemy's position. The only American casualty was the
a trying as well as a triumphal day.
None t ut those' neaivst to htm could
M how he labored to ivprees bts feH-
MrfS during the address of Srvtary
Long, but when he arose to rec lve th
iword from the hands of the pivrtilent,
no ope could mistake nhe flash of thr
white gloved hand as H rose to dash
awsy the tears before the aJmlral came
to a rlfld attitude of attention bifr.
When It became Dewey's turn to re-
r i- . . ki& k i i i a . a
rlnge lu a hollow square. Thus pro- lnB r"1 '" l"-a m luw oy
anrt n.nkf , . nv. i ! ,he1' reapeetlv tugs and brought back
the carriage reached the White Housed 10 thrlr nchor8 lnilde of 8andT
when the prewident wked toe admiral HooK Under rulea- the
If he felt euual to the ord-al of a gen-J1 n Ptponed for two days or until
ral handghaklng. When the hero of Thursdv'
M.mi. .-rvi fmn, iw .hk .! The day promised well at flrwt. the sky
plaining teat hla right arm was par.
! w smirched with a few dirty clouds.
tlixlly pnralyaed from his experience
In New York.
"It me suggeat to you,
president, "hereafter you shake the
oj.spectators who lined the Jera-y shore
said the 10 8ee a1'"01 every foot of -the course.
The waves were crested with white
ply his voice failed him and he made othfr han)1. doBt w hlm shak(f a,.s here and there and a fairly breee
an efort twice before his lip. would, your,. you MVt yollneU by not letting! ble,v out ot north nothw,' but f-
respond. When he did start his tone
were clear and steady, but so low that
only those nearest him could hear. As
the admiral closed and took his l-at
h turned to the president and In a
tone ot QUlMtcal appeal. Inquired:
Now really, don you think I did
pretty well for an amateur t
One of the most remarkable features
of the eventful day was tne ovau" ...
them get the grasp on you."
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Best Gold Fitting $100 up
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AX FRANCISCO. Oot. t-The
tn.mprts Newport and Pennsylvania
are expected to arrive today from Ma
nila. The Newport has the signal
corps on board and the Pennsylvania
is blinking borne the First Washington
The transport TirUir, with the Twen
tieth Kansas volunteers, Is expected
about Saturday. The transports Va
lencia. City of Tara and Zealandla will
Kill on Friday, currying two regiments
of regulars to Manila.
wounding of a lieutenant of artillery. Several Filipinos were
wouudel A number of prisoners were taken.
General Lawton, while riding up the road.to Imus, was a target
for many shots. The telegraph .line was cut yesterday at a bend in
the road commanded by the enemy's trenches, a hundred yards
distant and when Lieutenant Cunningham with a repair party ap
peared to restore the wires, two men and Lieutenant Cunningham's
i.ut near enough to permit thousands horse were shot. Lieutenant McCloskey then brought a gun of
Riley's battery in the open, and training it on the trenches, dispersed
the Filipinos with two well aimed shots.
Captain Poore and the Sixth infantry attacked the insurgents
Sunday in a new trench which they had constructed near Labuan,
Island of Negros, and scattered them. The Americans took one
prisoner and captured twelve rifles and six thousand cartridges.
The fight was practically ended ati General Fred Grant is co-operating
S o'clock. Another Illustration of thewh a force, composed of three cora
Insurgenw policy of evading meeting Ponies of the Fourth regiment. Major
the Americans in force was furnished ( Price commanding; Knabenshlne'i
by the fact that when our lines swept scouts and one gun. General Lawton's
across several miles of country, fir- force crossed the river south of Bacoor,
lr.g by volley and cheering, the FUlp- Part of the troops using small boats,
inos melted before rthera and Is was One hundred marines from the fleet
only occasionally that glimpses of the are assisting.
. . . . . i j .. ' Th A mprtr
enemy coma oe oouuneu u mc; ia
ter the Columbia and Shamrock had
crossed the line the wind turned flukey
and the race was a fizxle almost from
the start But the fluke gave the
yachting sharps sd spectators much
to think about and some surprises.
Though Indecisive In every respect as
to the abilities of Ithq great rival single
stickers, today's race Indicated that Ue
Irish boat, with her English skipper
atid her Scotch crew, is the ablest sloop
eer sent across the Atlantic In the
The American ktese yesterday In
i through the bushes like rabbits. Lieu
tenant Knabenshue, with a. party or
scouts, crossed the river later and
found 2S dead Filipinos in the trenches,
I the Fourteenth Infantry and a corporal
'of a regiment of the signal corps, kill-
I ed, and Ithree men of the Fourteenth
and three men of the Fourth regiment
TO PILOT THE SHAMROCK
Copt Parker, Commander of Emperor
William's Yacht in New York.
Dental Wor k
only the most
NEW YOrtK. Oct. S A dlspatoh to
the World from London, says:
It is learned on reliable authority
that Captain Ben Parker, commander
i of Emperor William s yacht Meteor, is
now in New York Incognito. He sail
ed from here on the liner New York
on her last trip and landed Saturday.
Just what his purpose is cannot be
stated, but the surmise Is that he will
advise with the captain of the Sham
rock and give him the benefit of his
wide experience as one of Europe's
best known and successful sailing mas
hope of lifting the one hundred guinea
cup. which America brought back 48frbm their trenches and dodged tte lighting at Imus were a captain of
years ago and which haa since been
successfully defended against the
During the five and a half hours thei
Shamrock was thrice ahead and twice
the Yankee boat showed the way. For
the first ton minutes the Shamrock led j
and then for five minutes the Colum-J
bla's graceful bow showed ahead of the !
green bow, and for 45 minutes the
Shamrock was , whoee members have been between Racoor and Manila at
ours the Colum awake In lhe nche9 day and o',.ock tonight and this message to
hour and a half It was the Shamrock, 'Manila had to be sent by water
that led the way. The b,vexe blew as ".ght for a week, under an annoying, upo Ra.
high a. U knot, per hour ad a. ,ow '"t-m.ttent fire from the Insurgents I - made p
the fight lasted until dark. General
15 of whom had been killed by one shell,
The first wagon train with provisions
to reach Imus In three days has arrived
and two companies of the Fourteenth
raiment from towns along the bay the Herald from Manila says
marched In today to tellve the Fourth insurgent, cut the, telegraph line
REBELS ATTACK. BACOOR .
NFVV YORK, Oct. 3. A dispatch to
....... . ... .. I niitsMe tln-town.
as three, ana sninea acoui inrougn ,
eight points of the compas.
Each In turn bealt the other before
the wind and was In turn beaiten, beat
ing against the wind, at various stages
of the race, so that many of the ex-
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Any woman can fall out of her
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feet are, she can nevar fall In them,
aptatn Freystalter simply lived up to
! guns and another battery of two guns.
He is Assisted by Marines From the
Flee and Two Batteries,
nirmm T.n,,n (Vt S TVner&l
pens who saw the two boats sail today Uwtons ot all th troops
are dislnollned to believe thatt there Is!
a pin to choose between them, but
when the race Is closely analysed It Is
. ... . i. . . , n.i..kl.
ausoiuieiy proven v..at w. '"- Fourth cavalry Hemy, battery of two
showed her superiority at every potnt
of sailing, running, reaching and beat
ing whenever the wind freshened, and
ithat it was only In the lightest air that
the Shamrock could make headway !
against her. Both had their share of;
good and bad luck. The Columbia had
the better of the shifting wind on th
run down to the mark and beat the,
Shamrock two mlnutea and four sec
onds, w hlle on the beat home, Increas-;
Grant conducted the operations of the
American forces In person on the fir
The Filipinos first out the telegraph
wires running from Racoor to Imus,
and ambushed an American party
from Bacoor and Zapote, five compan-jC(ing8ting of eight men. A signal ser
ies of the Fourteenth regiment, Colonel geart was killed and two other Amer
. BacKett commanding; a troop of the,i(.ars were wounded. The little band
Continned on PHge Eight.
Continued on Pue Eight.
Joy UAMJd PoVDSG
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