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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 191
By the International
Silver Republicans Issue
Showing How Their Position
And How Bimetallism Have Been
TVASraNotoy, Doo. 10. Tho enrroncj
bill Was passed by the houso by a voto
Of 1W to ISO. It had tlio united support
of (Tory IlcpnbKran lu tho houso nnd of
11 Democrats Messrs. Clayton, Driers,
riOgerald, Levy, Hnppcrt, Seudder,
Underhlll and Wilson (N. Y.)i MdAlocr
(Pa.),Donuy (Md.) and Thayer (Mass.).
All tho other Democrats voted against
the rnootaro or wero p.drod attaint It
except Mr. John Walter Smith, Kovcr-nor-eloct
from Maryland, Stallitifis
(Ala.) and General .Wpll Whotler
(Ala,). Mr, HtullliiKS (Ala.) has not
boon presout lu tho houso tills session
owing to illuoss, and ono of his col.
league! announced that If present ho
would havo voted in tho ne;dlivo. Gen
eral Whoelcr is serving lu tho Philip
pines. When tho speaker nnnonnood tho ro
suit tho Itopubllcans ohoeied lustllv.
After tho voto tint speaker rather unex
pected announced tho Committee soloo
tions, and tho reading of thu lists was
followed with llilousu L'liconii'aj by ilio
members whoso upunttnultlci for dis
tinction dciKrnd so l.irfttly hixjii tholr
committee assignments, 'the only In
cidout in connection with tho reading fit
tho lists was Mr. Dnlloy'.i lutcrrOKUtory
of tho i-penlier AS to whethir fSViu'ral
Whcoler's name had been pl-iced tipan
the committee on ways anil mean.
Speaker Iloudcrsou responded iu tltn
negative. Announcement of thuduilli
of tho late IloproOiitotlvo lllaud of Mis
souri, which occurred last suiuu.er,
caused an early adjournment.
After tho passage by thu houso of tho
flnauolftl bill tho Mlvoc llvpub.ium
leaders In thu city helil n meotiiiK ilhd
adoptod an address setting iurtli their
Views as to its offuet.
They Aocnsod the;prcIdelit r.nd lead
ers of tho IlepubliCttti party of luuin
ccrlty in doolarlug In tho tit. l.oilis
plttfarm for by biinctulllcui hy Inter
national agreement, Tuny mid that
by this tncaus millions of voters wore
held iu Hue.
As toon ns tho vloctlnu vvai over tlio
groat Republican lioVfspnpors beitJii to
discard their couvcnluut amblgultlea
about sound uiouuy uud liourst money
aud to claim Din result as n detliiltu ver
dict 111 fu or of gold. The president
soon snowed by hisnutiuns tlmt ho In)
loUgorconslderid thu piu-cloetlou con
struction or tho platform to bo binding.
Ills nppolutitiiut ns secretary of tlio
tMSusV of perhaps tho most conspiuu
ous gold standard advocate among tho
great baukers of tho country was obvi
ously not especially doilgnod to "pro.
motu" any kind of bliuet.illl.im, To bo
euro thero was font abroad the alleged
international monetary commission.
Hut for fear that after all foreign gov
ernments might talto tho procrduiu sirl
ously, hu sent to Cougross iu July, Ib'J?,
ut tho very uiamout whou his commis
sion's propowta. wero beforo tlio llnglisli
cubluot, a special luoshago roetmuuoiid
Inn tho so-called Itiillunnpolls monetary
ouiiveutlon plan, with its program of
the single- gold standard, retirement of
tho greenbacks itid extension ot the
powers, privileges uud immunltlog of
the national bunlts. Mcantlmo his sco
rutaryof tho trearury was declaring in
iuteniowutterlntcrvlow, most of which
wero turetulty loprodiicod in iCurope
that Unit tailiMii of any kind, interna
Uoual or otherwise, was not only liupos
Mblo, but uudotirablc.
"Tho statomout further sdd in pwti
"'.'ho international ugrcomont 0r tho
frceoolimito of sllvor having failed to
bo 'iromotud' steps are uuw lukeu to
Insure that tho gold standard ahull bo
"Tho present bill 'preserves' it with
ft vougoauoo. Tho vast bondiid debt of
the country uow payublo in 'coin,' that
Is either iu gold or sllvur, H to bo uiado
pavablo lu gold alone. Nearly half u
billlou of standard silver dollars, lure
tntoro not rcdonuiublo In anjthlug not
oonstltutlng a burden on either tho gold
rcservo or tho credit of thu government,
but feruiiug a largu licrcontagu uf our
basic money, rulcouiublo iu gold, tints
increasing tremendously the stiidu on
that metal uud Ik coming an 'ciiiIIom
chain' with which to pull gold from
the tioasury and uironllug im excuse,
for thu linal destruction of tho hllver
dollars is inouey, and tlieir foroed salo
as bullion, alter the manner of the Gor
man procedure iu 187J,
Tho greenbacks aru to Im virtually de
stroyed by bulug nlmngod into gold cor
uscates, to bo locked up In the treasury
and pla out only for gold. The tax on
the circuUtion ot the uatloual banks Is
to bo reduced and tho amount of the
bank currency they mav issue on gov
eminent bonds deiosltod is to bu in
crcusod Irom UO per rent to pir of the
bonds, thus malting their biumeas enor
mously more prolltnble, opening thu
way to an imuicdlutu lauiblu iutlatioii
of banknotes, uot legal teuder, excellent
for getting into dobl oii but unavailable
for getting out of debt with, to the ex
tent of AK.0OU,00O; uud placing tho
regulation ot the valutno of money, and
houci thu determination ot prices aud
the burden ot debts absolutely lu thu
power of the banks and thu creditor"
'This fttntampnt ! ct,,tn.l 1... fl...l..
A. Towue, chairman coiumlttco; Henry
M. Toller, U. F. J'ettigrcw, Frank J,
Cannon, Kdgar Wilson, Charles H. Hsrt
man, John Shufroth and Fred T. Du
bois, chairman oxecutivo committee
f pension's old employes.
9TUo o Re rut luto llffect Jun.l 1i
rnnt;tTsnl Compuoy OSO tu
PmuDKUTaA, Doo. 10. It wis ofll
eUUly anuounocd that ths plan of pen
loofog aged employvs by tho Pennsyl
vania railroad .will be put Into oIToct on
Jan. 1, 1000. There will be 03d em
ployes, all of tlio eastern division, re
tired and pensioned on that date. There
after all officers and employes not yet 70
years of aire will bo retired and pen
sioned on tho first day of tho month fol
lowing tholr attainment of that ago.
The plan also provides on ago limit
far tua employment or new men, no now
employe to bo taken into ths service
who is over 3,1 years of ago.
THE PHILIPPINES QUESTION.
Two ltesolntlotl Introduced In tieoata.
Morgan Sio1eo on Trnitii.
VASrilsoTON, Dec. 10. What ths
scimto mav accomplish in tho way ol
legislation for tho Philippines during
tho present session is problematical, but
that tho1 question will bo thoroughly
discussed is indicated by tho nanber of
resolutions bearing upon It being In
troduced. Iu opposition to tho rotontiou by the
united States of tho Phllipplfld islands',
two resolutions worn Introduced ltt tho
senate, ouO by Mr. Tillman (B. O.) and
tho otner by Mr. Bacon (Oa.) Each
resolution purposes to yield tho islands
to a government to bo established by tho
Filipinos themselves, Mr.Morgan(Ala.)
addressed tho souato briefly upon the
necessity of legislation to control trust
and had his joint resolution against
them referred to tho judiciary commit
AGAINST M'CIPFEriT'a TEACHINGS.
Action WnS Tukrn by tlio New Vork
Hew York, Doc. 10. Tho New York
prosbytcry ndoptod resolutions disap
proving of the teaching? of Kov. Dr. A.
O. McUilTert, Tho MoOldert matter
was disposed of finally, ns far as the
Hew York prcsbytory 18 concerned.
Tho resolutions, propurcd hy Hov. Dr.
Henry Van Dyko uud Uov. Dr. Howard
Johnston, find that tlio' teachings of the
book entitled "A History of Christianity
In tlio Apostollo Ago," by Itov. A. C.
iMcOltTort, nrn erroneous and liable- to
Mini'ton .lotutt nn CI. A. 71
PAl.YittA, N. Y Doc. 10. Admiral
Sampson was mu3tcrud into James A.
Uarlleld Post I0J, O. A. It.
BDLLER GOT A0R0SS ,
THE TUGEL-i RIVER.
Arcn.ni,l,!3l tils IMrolo After A fill.
Fljilit Mo.linoi,'i L'limuiufilcv.
thin Arn Cut.
liOXPnv, Dec. 10. Tho Daily Mall
heard from u hitherto reliable corro
upondent that donora! Uulljr, attir a
UU llAolitosnoR l,nt iiuiur Ills Ar
tilUry stilt fight, cronod tlio Tugola rivor,
Tho correspondent ulo states tint Gen
eral Idcthuon'a loinmuiiieutlous nn
BOLD PIEOE OF BOODLING.
AUeitcil Mlchl nn TaIiI For the ttuint
Cb.lliln; lor Mlllllit
IiASSlNtl, Mich., Dec. 10. According
to allegations undo hciu imdbisedou
results ot grand jury Investigations,
thu ktuto mllil.uv hoard is alleged to
havo sold last .filly lu tho "Illinois (Sup
ply Company," of Uliliugu, for flO.WjO
absolutely new clothing, goods and
equipment.) estlmalnd to h;iu luvou
torled nt W3,vd0, It it futthcr nllcgod
that what wero nllrged to bo thu t-uino
louds wero soon afterward purchased by
tlio board from thu Henderson and
Amos Manufacturing Company 01 Kal
uniaoo.' It is iillcpod to bo a fact that tho "Ml
unls Hupply oompiny" m a fakooou
corn, creutod by lr.ousiiiteiekteiliii the.
lialaimuoo coiiipuiiy for purposes only
of thu alleged sale. It is htaud that at
tho same meeting at which tho boaid de
cided to sell tliuto goods ii resolution
was adopted uutboruiiig tho quarter
maitor gcueral to pureluso mi equip
iniuit of precisely tlio same ulau of goods
uud that this was done at u cost of over
A draft for (10,tnj0 was nmu roeotvod
uud four carloads of gond wero shipped
lrom the statu ai-iiioiy to Uuleago. Ad
dison U, Gobb, an ouiployu uf tho Out
cigo Hoaeli hotel, leeelvud them tlicru
and, without bu-itkiug tho seals, ro
snipped them to tho lU'iidcrnon Ames
company, nt Kiilam ioo.
rn-ibleiit AJiroicil tlitt 'inniuluttoii of
Heath bciiteludk on Itaiil.U to Terms
WASiiiNHTyN, Duo. 10. Tho president
approved the recommendation of tho
secretury of war in thu caso-i of prlvato
William V. ricarboioiiKh, Oompauy 11,
Thlid infantry, nnd Oorjioral George
DaEpboircr, uud Privates Otto U. Oo
uluo ami Peter MoHeunutt, all of Com
pnuy II, Blxtecnth iutautry, Thesu sol
tlieia wero convicted of rupo iu tho
Phllllpluos, Dauiphoifer u (.outenced
to linprUoniuent for llfo and tho other
tbrvo to sulfot I lis death penalty. Son
rotary Root reeoiumeuded a commuta
tion of the kcnteiicu to l!0 years impris
onment uthard labor in tacli cue, to
gether with n forfeiture ut all pay and
allowances aud dlshouoiablo discharge.
'J he men probably will bu coulluod in
tho United Suites prison ut Leaven
Lucius It. (I'liri-ji, iimhI.
Toitosto, Ont Dee. 10, Lucius Jl.
O'llrien, tlio landscape tu list, is dead,
nged 07 years.
Throe persons wero burnod aud a
fourth injured by jumping from u
second Btory window of tenement
houso flro iu Jefferson avenue. Hobo
lieu. Dcunlo Sullivan, uged -ill, wr-s
burned about thu hands and face and
his recovery It doubtful. Threu chil
dren sustained minor injuries.
I, yuil-a T5555Jrfl- -
11Trfi i"-l' '1' TCV
A BLOW AT TRDSB.
Wall Street Panic Through
Fear of Combine Stocks.
CONSERVATIVES TO THE RESCUE.
Clearing lrmo Itanfa Parcsil Rxorbltant
Mono; lutes Down by Putting 810,000,
000 Into the Ilrcftch Two Failures, Ous
Trust CompAny ItnmtllDsr Combine Mocks
New Yojik, Dec. 10. Paulo condl
tlona dovelopod on tho stock oxchango
with tho imperativo need of mouoy de
veloped by tho violent contraction In
values. Stocks were being thrown
over without tho slightest regard to tho
prices tlioy would bring aud at distress
ing wicrluco of v.ilaos. In tho last halt
hour of tho market soma $10,000,000
was offered on tho ctoclc exchange by
the concerted action of the clearing
houso banks to forco tho rato nrbltrally
down to 0 per cent without regard to
distracted bidding ac hlghor rates whlih
was being douo by other brokers for
distressed operators. Tlio collapse in
tho money rato choclcod tho doclino and
drove tho bears to cover. Tho recov
irics produced by their urgent bidding
tvero ntmost as vlolont an tho declines
had been, but tho losses were by uo
means entirely rctriorcd. Largo offer
ings of stocks continued at tho rally,
and at oomo points of tho list pricoi
Iroko anew before tho clow, making
tho closing exceeding irregular and un
settled, Tho scrioueness of tho cri(U called
forth tho best efforts of powerful nnd
couservativo financial lutcruts, who
wcio busy concerting measures to tide
ovor tlio money difficulties which beset
tho stock market end which, by reason
of their extent and tho Importance ot
tho interest; involved, threaten to affect
tho country's business interests unless
obstacles woro opposod.
There was a suspension by a newly
organized trust company and by a firm
ot hankers nnd brokers who havo ilg
ured as traders iu stocks to an oxtcnt
of Homo Importance. Neither event la
itself would havo been suHlciont to pre
cipitate a crisis. But tlioy were supple
mented with a whole crop of wild and
Tho reasou for tho widespread effect
upon sentiment of tho trust company's
suspension was that it was ono of a
largo number of institutions rocently
formed on similar lines ami which havo
thilviu upon tho multiplying of securi
ties incident to tho industrial combina
tions which havo boen a featuro of the
past year, Tlio securities of theso com
binations as n class havo been lu dis
favor in Wall stroet for many wcoks
past aud, iu fact, ever since, tho head
long luflatloii iu their prices and subse
quent collapso last spring, Tho princi
pal allegations against them urn ovor
capitalization, exorbitant prices paid for
coiistltnuut properties and vulnerability
to existing nnd threatened legislation
It has been obvious for many mouths
past that u great ileal of money had
been locked up by capitalists in these
now industrial combinations, which
wuro becoming burdensomit to curry by
roason of tho houvy demands for money
in tho regular chaunols, tho largo ab
sorption of funds by reason ot tho gov
ernment's surplus revenues and the
urgent needs of tho London money mar
ket growing out of tho Transvaal war.
Lust weok's threatening oltuattoit in
lloston was tho outgrowth of tho burden
of copper stocks, Tims it was that tho
trust company failure, ooniiug upon hint
week's e cuts lu Hoston, arousod fhe
feartlut tho suspected class of securi
ties wcio uu thu point ot succumbing to
ndverso iiillnences. Iu tho cITorts to
protect those, securities others woro also
Involved, liiolndlng eonio of tho most
substantial slocks on tho list. Tho full
lu prices, instead of relieving tho situa
tion, added to tho weakness with cumu
lative forco by reason of tho shrlukugo
iu the valuo of collutorals,
lleforo tho conoortcd rtllef by tlio
clearinghouse banks tlio money late
leaped to SU, 70 uud 1(H) aud, according
to tho ulllclai recoiil. li!S por cout.
Credible roiiorts assert that tfid por ceut
was paid lor mouoy duilng tho day.
Tho olllelnl rucoirl of tatoH u truuuiction
was last in thu excitemout. An idoa of
tho severity of louses may bo guinod
from a tow specifications. Tlins, Ameri
can Tobacco foil an extreme !), Met
lopolitan 201 j, Pionlo'aGas 11, tiugar
lil(,, Continental Tobacco UU, Tonnes
hoc Coal 17, MuiilmtUu 0 uud Leather
proforrod UK,, all in tho list of Indus
trials, lu tho railroad list such stocks
us Northwost, Now York Coutrul, Grout
Northern preferred, Hock Island, South
orn Paclilo, tho Union Pueillctho North
ern 1'aclllc, Atchison prewired aud, in
fact, tho most prominent and uctivo
railroad stocks in tho whole lUt showed
losses all thu way from i to 0 points.
The rnlllos with tlio dual offorlugs
down ot tho money into to i) per oont
rim from K to 10 points. Tho day's
transactions ran up to ii total of noarly
1,30,O.X slnros, whloh Is tho rucoid for
u day's business. The excitement was
lutouso all day and thero cuu bo uo
doubt that u lnrgu volume, ot trausne
nctionsnud a record of many quotations
Pim.AliM.riiiA, Deo. 10. Tho Phila
delphia stock market did not escape tho
innitky conditions that ruled in tlio
Now ork oxohaiigo, though tho losses
lu'tu wero not so serious s,uu in nuu
utock, Hulled Gas lmprmoinout, which
hwtli'u points, halug opened aflBJ
Mid closing at I45). Great Interest was
taken heru in the Wall stroet slump, as
many traders hero had iuvostud lu Now
York stooks. Tho market held up fairly
well until tho last hour, when a semi.
puulo outucd. Union Traction met with
u not loss of aft. Heading; first preferred
l'li, Northern Pacitio 4, Camden Steel
IJi, Lehigh Valley 1. Pennsylvania
i aud Kiectno Company of America
(Quotations woro moved up at tho
cloeu coveriug a part of tho losaos. The
bunks iu this city continued their strict
ttttltudo regaidiugcollaar.il nnd only
loaned on gilt edged securities. Thero
ero no failures.
UuiroN, Dee. 111. Confidence iu
flnauclal circles in this city was appar
ently icktorcd to tho united elforts of
bankers nnd broku.-s only to bo again
shaken by tho failures iu Now York.
'1 ho local stoolt market quickly fol
lowed Now York in the stock decline,
but tlio slump did uot bring with It niiy
lallnrei amonglo":a"l brokers. Copper
stocks underwent a further contraction.
Thu offer of the olearlug liouso asso
ciatiou to asklst any solvoat bank in
temporary siralts probably did mneli to
case matters horo and ooupled with 11
oamo tho report of a sallsfaoury show
ing mi tho part of both tlio two bauki
In diniculty llie Globe and tho Broad
wayand also from the nsslimoe of J.
P. Squlro uud company tho failed pork
It is understood, howovor. that ths
rtlulrs of all tin banks which hold loim
In copper stocks mid other securltioi
whloh havo shown shnrp deolmcs, art
bolug tUorpughly (nvektlu-atoa aud If
uyls In found In a particularly bad
state it will bo closed.
TROOPS' EOR OODrfl AFRICA.
Store 10,130 sdtit From India Votuutacrs
tVoorfrem Soinp of tho
' " Colonics,
London, Deo. 10. Tho wnr offlco has
been In commnnicatlon -witlvGeneral
Bir WHUaiU Lockhart, commauder,in
chief in India, with a view of ascertain
ing what troops can bo spared from his
forces, and It is understood that, ns n
result of thoso inquiries, a forco will al
most immediately lenvo Bombay for
Durban, including fonr regiments of
seasoned troops with an ammunition
column and a brigade of artillery, In
cluding horse and Held batteries. It la
hoped that this forco will reinforce Gen
Tho Duko of Counaaght visited tho
war ofllco yesterday. Slnco tho ap
pointment of Lord Ilobcrts as com
mander in chief in South Africa, the
question of rank no longer bars tho
duko from going to the front, as he has
a strong desire to go, it is bolelvod that
ouly tho queon's rciuctanco stands in
the way. It is not unlikely that this
will bo overcome
Lord Chesham, commanding officer
ot tho' Koyal. Buckinghamshire) Yeo
manry has been authorized to organizo
a forco of 3,000 Yeomanry, who will
p.'occed to tho capo, Tho Yeomaury
forces sent out will bo draftod so as to
work togothcr with tho mounted in
fantry aud inouutod militia front Can
ada and Australia.
It Is understood that the voluntoers
selected will not form a separata corps,
bat will join their linked battalions of
tho regular forces lu Sonth Africa.
A correspondent of Tho Dally Mall,
telegraphing from frcro camp, Natal,
Deo.'lfi, and describing ths Tngela river
"Tho Boors', in great forco, oconplod
a strong- entrenched position, command
ing tho rivor and reaching back about
800 yards from Its lurthersido. Gen
eral Hurt's brigade, on tho left, first at
tomptod u'crossiug under u murderous
Nordeufoldt and rillo 'flro. Tho Koyal
Dublin Fusiliers, tho Koyal Iuuiskllling
Fusiliers, tho King's Own Scottish Bor
derers nnd tho Couuanght Hungers
crassod..wltU superb and unflinching
gallantry, but thu position on tho other
sldo was found utterly untenable.
"Tho British suffered heavily from a
pcrfoct hail of artillery nnd shrapnel,
wlnlo their on n artillery was very badly
mauled. They wero, thorcfore, obliged
to recross tho river.
"On thu right Geueral Hlldyard'o bri
godo, displaying equal heroism, suc
ceeded in entering tho village of Co
lcuso.but tho Sixth battery encountered
a murdorous flro and was compollod t.i
retire, loavlng guns and ammunition on
the voldt. This brigado also woj obliged
to fall back,
"Meanwhllo General Barton's brigado
also failed to tako possession of illaugwrl
bill, as was intended, nnd tho outiro
foroo retired on Chiovolcy. Gonoral
Dlery was iu couinmud."
HONOR -BRUMBY'S MEMORY.
rcinbornto Funeral to Occur at Atlanta.
,?lnrluo4 Kicorted llorir to
Atlanta, Deo. 10. Tho remains of
Thomas M. Diumby will bo brought to
Atlanta and placed lu tho Hoyward
vault, iu Oakland comotery. A com
mittee, composed of Hon, Clark IIowcll,
Thomas J, Kgglcston uud Joseph T.
Oinie, all uf whom wero iutlmato friends
of tho docoakod Jloutonaut, will make
tho arrangements. Tho funeral will be
participated in by the ovlo and Military
organizations of tho city and thu picpa
tatinus will bo olabouitu.
Wawi.mitov, Doo. 10. Tho navy do-
Fartnient has arranged to giro a naval
uncrul to tho romaluB of luto Lieuten
ant Lrnniby. A company of marluos,
iiom tho bai racks here, with tho full
marine bind, wero ordored to roport nt
Gatilold Hospltul, uudor charge of Com
mander MiCren, this morning, to oscort
tho remains to tlio railway station,
wheuco they will bo conveyed to At
lanta, Ga.,for interment.
lllej ut llor Home,
Kixfisuix, Mass., Doo. 10. Mrs, W.
B. Holfmau, better known n-i Myrtlo
Peok, tlio horro woman, diod at her
homo lu fcilvir Luko,
Tho suspouslon of the firm of Henry
Allen & Co., bankers nnd brokers of
Now York, was anuouuoed on tho stock
Tho Sun Franoltco Call 6ald that
Howard Tallin, rocently reported to
have committed suicide uy jumping Into
tho bay on lucoautof unrequited lovo,
Tin Pro'.no.i Tirornnge Trust oora
pauy of New York ulokod its doors. A
notice upon tho door said that tho com
pany had suspended payment peudlug
uu ciamiualluii of its bouks.
Mis. John A. Logan, Jr., nccompan
ol by her throe children and mothor
arrived tiom Youug3tou, O,, ar San
Diego, Dal. They will await tho arrl
val of tho body of Major John A. Logan,
who was killed lu thu Philippines.
An amended scale of wages his boon
deildod iipou by tho oloth weavers ot
Philadelphia uud will bo prosentod to
tho manufacturers during thu ourront
week, Tho tealu calls for a general In
creuso of lfi per ceut.
David Chrk, who lived uear Clarks.
vllle, I'enii township, Allegheny county,
Pa., ditd of luiuries receded on Deo. 11.
Hu was employed In tho mines of tho
low ork nnd Clovclaud Gas Coal
company and ho was hnrt by tho pit
cars. Ho ww, unmarried,
Tho fato of tha.scliooncrs Howard II,
llanscom aud James B. Pace, which
sailed Irom Philadelphia Novoinbcr,
1S08, for New England ports and wero
nover afterward hoard from, wua
burned. Divers located both vessels
suuk on tho southoru coast of Massa
nlmsctu. apparently in collision, Iu
both Elcoletous ot men woro found lathed
i Wif&ti' -fchVA), i
GiLMOllE MAY BE FltEB.
Younp; Reported He BelieYCd
LIST OP DEAD SENT BY OTIS.
Pno of (Hlmore's 3ton Glcnpeil to Manila
Lnwtou etarted to Capture San Mateo.
GenMal Ornnt Xcnrly Cleared Zatbo
lat Trovlnce Otliet Operations.
Manila, Dec. 10. It Is olflctally an
nounced that Geueral Young reports
that ho believes tho American prisoners.
Including Lieutenant Gillmoro, ore now
in tho hands .of tlio United States
WAsm.soTOX, Doc. 10. A list of dead
bont by General Otis was as follows:
Drownod, Rio Grande, ngar'Cabanat
nan, Nov. 7, Twenty -second infantry, 0.
J, Marks, F; at Tayug, Dec 7, Twenty,
fourth Infantry,. John II. Johnstone,
Dysentery, Not- 26, Thirty-focrth In
fantry, Frank Wells, A; lltb, cavalry,
John Deutnoy, sorgoant, E; 13th, Fourth
infantry, Otto Uuger, M; 14th, Twenty
first infantry, David E. Buckeugham, I.
Typhoid, 27th, Twenty-second infan
try, Charles Rainwater, 0; Deo. 8,
Twellth infantry, Dean S. Shearer, E.
Gunshot wounds in action, Deo. 10,
Thirty-third infautry, Gilbert Baron,
Q; 18th, Thlrty-slxtb infantry, Hardy
L. Laureuco, by comrade; Oth, Thud
cavalry, Charles Klst, F.
Suieida, lBtll, Thirty-sixth 'infantry,
Mark A. Hallls, corporal, E. !
Meningitis, Deo. 10, Thirty-soventa
infantry, Lowls L. Kastwood, 0.
Variola, Dec. 10, Third cavalry, Will
lam O. McFarlaud, K.
Tuberculosis, Doo. S, Thlrty-flftlt In
fautry, Homer Paap, A; 15, Twenty
second infantry, Arthur Ilollonbock, K,
Colitis, Dec. 7, Eighteenth infantry,
Thomas Smith, K.
Septicemia, Deo. 15, 'Ninth infantry,
Honry Wolper, sergeant band.
Goueral Utis cabled tho war depart
ment as follows:
WamiinotoV, Doo. 10. Admiral
Watson scut a cablegram as follows:
"Manila, Dec. 17. Seaman Byndcrs
of tho Yorktown, captured at Baler, ro
captured, witli Woodbury, by cavalry
at Bayombong, has reported on board
the llagship; both wounded when Gil
inoro was taken and loft bohlnd; ho ro
ports Nvgard, McDounld, Dillon, Mor
rlsoy killed, ltyuders, Woodbury, Ven
Mllo wounded lu foot, unable to travel.
Doing well filler, Juno 15. Expect
Woodbury tomorrow; wounded uot
cared for; wouuds received porsonal
care. Woodbtiry and Hyndcrs walked
nearly to Manila,
Tho abovo showed that 11 of tho orig
nal party of IB tiro still ali o. Tho man
Byndcrs, who bringu this news, was
coxswain of tho Yorktown, a natlvo of
Amsterdam, but arcsldont of San Fran
cisco, where ho shipped. The four
dead men mentioned enlisted at tho fol
lowing points: Nygard, a Busslau, at
Brooklyn; McDonald, of Oarmel val
ley, O.U., ut Mare Island; Dolan, a
nr.tlvo ot Peru, Iud., at Maro Island,
and Morrisoy, a native of Columbus,
Nob., also at Maro Island.
"Manila, Doo. 10 Hughes reports
from Itomblou islaud his arrival at
Capiz. Noith Pauay, 10th lnst., driving
out all Tagalos. Carpenter, with six
companies, is occupying Northern
Panay, two companies on Komblon
island. Hughos, with battalion Nine
teenth Infantry, has gono to Oobu to po
lice that island, Yonug, Northern
Lnzou, roports sovcral minor ongago
inouts, with fow casualties. Colonel
Hare, with small column, still lu pursuit
of insurgents' coliuin which has Ameri
can prisoners, has p issed through moun
tains and is inarching on Pnmploua,
ehort distance east of Aparrl, uavy co
operating. Seven hundred aud thirty
one Spanish prisoners arrived last ovou
inn; 600 inoro expected today ; l.lOOloavo
lor Spain tills alteruoon."
Manila, Deo. 10. General Lawton
was to start lastulght from Manila with
tho Eleventh cavslry, uudor Colouol
Locket t, aud battalions of tho Twenty
ninth nnd Twouly-soventh lufnutry,
under Lieutenant Colonel Sargent, to
capture Sou Mateo, whero Gcrouomo
has DOO Insurgents.
Geueral Grant nearly cleared Zarbo
las province. Ho discovered hidden in
Subig bay n stonmer, tlio Don Francis
co, of ISO tons, tully oquipped and
coaled. Sho is snpporbd to bo ths Ves
sel Aguiuuldo was hooping roady for his
escape. Captain Lajsou, of tho Thirty.
second rojiinont, has rooted an Insur
gent baud iu Zambab s province, killing
sovoral oltlccrs. Major Smith, with
LIEDin.VA.ST J. O. QILLMORII.
throo companies of tho Sevoateonth sur
rounded uud captured another band of
f;uerrillas which wero terrorizing u
argo eoctlou north. Tho troops killod
sovoral of the baud.
General Hushes captarod mmrgent
strongholds nt Lenpia and Romblon,
thu uavy co-operating. Ono man was
killod and ono wounded.
Tho iusurgents iu tho island of Panay
are nppuiuntly suppressed.
t'cru Apprivsil Treaty,
WASHiNn-roN, Doc. 10. United States
Minister Dndloy cablod cotitlrmiug the
report of tlm ratlllcition by tho Peru
vian cougress of tlie uxtradltion troaty.
It requires tho npprovul ot tho Unl tod
"I thought yon said this was a rcalls
tic not el."
"Judge for yourself. It contalus the
statement that they wero married nnd
lived happily ever afterward." Chi
V':i to Hate
Hoat I Invested iu u horseless car
riage lust week.
Tonx Indeed! Then you'ra right lo
lloux That's what I am. Tho baby'a
getting too big to carry. Chicago
aii.V,v , , j, cftfe ..i.i, A.;tU.i J..:
NOTHING'S TOO GOOD
And we can bettor the best In quality and emphasize your
holiday Joys by supplying you with.
The Finest and Purest Candy.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Have no rival. Fine box goods olegantly put up, containing
tho bost Chocolates and Jlon-Bons.
Headquarters for Home-Made Candies.
We nra making candy every day. All kluda. Wo dip our
own chocolates. Chocolate Chips, Nut Goods, Creams, etc.
Besides our ehoouloteg wo make Fanov Hard Goods for deco
rating, Pure Mixed CdHdy, Taffy, eto. WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
And what maltes a more welcome and beautiful gift to mothor
wifo, daughter or sister than a
PRETTY, STYLISH HAT ?
OlovoaThe bost 1.00 and $1.60 Glove In the city.
Oorset:aA complete stock tho best makes from
I XAoSf & Beck I
I 130 South (Howard a-t. I
J. W. LITTLE, 124 S. EVinirt s-t.
JXta Vy'ck Aro Oolng -to
Our ontire stoclr.of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS, we offer
tills week godds far below cosf. You cannot afford to juIbb
tlio salo of heantiful Christmas goods.
J. M. LITTLE.
Sot. Smith Rntisll 111.
CiticAtio, Doo. 10. Sol. Smith Rus
coll was obligfd by illnoss to dismiss his
audience at tho Grnud opera Houso last
William IInr7 Fouotl IeaL
New Youk, Deo. 10. William Henry
Loo, one of tho best-known hotolmontn
tho country, was fouud dead iu bed at
..Tho Michigan legislature met In spa
cial session in response to a call of Gov
ernor Pingroe. The governor's object
was to secure passage of a joint lesola
tlon providing for submission to tho
pooplo at tho general election neit No
vember ot an amsndment to tho state
constitution placing railways upon tho
namo butls for taxation as all other prop
erty. At present tlio railways pay spo
cWo taxes upon grots oarulugs.
PlTTEBuno, Dee. 18.
COBtf Shrlled yUmr No. a. OUgtto, blgh
mixed do. -'iliai mixed, W37oi No. 2jl
low nr, iOtijlln: hljh mixed. lOiiHy. lulled,
WiCTc: low mixed, iniJ!Ho; No. 2 yellow ear,
new, suSLSKo: No. i yallov shelled, uow, &,)!
OATS-No. 1 white, ,'i.?3Ufcl No. 2 white,
8lic3j,'4'o; extra No. 3, &lj'gi)j, No. 3, ajjo
HAY-No. I timothy. JiaSStS 13.50; No. 8 tlm
othy, 111 SJQIUO, No. 3 tlmothjr, IIOOJatll.00;
No. 1 clover mixed. J I'' We2M; No. i olnver,
tl.'.WliSl.'IX). No. I prsirlo, IS.I'SsStO: No i
prairie. 17.75 J.i5. No. s lu-alrle, t7.60dta.CO. No.
I rlrla, V-MjllJ,). paoklug hsr, 17.00 .0 J;
No. 1 timothy from cuuutry wacone, S13.0oa
roULItTV Ut-I.rie chlolteal, 80055c
periialri .mnll, JftttOi): spring chickens, i!S a)
So, iw to slxu; duelu, Bjjtaper uouui; tur
ltry.0lifl9;jc; g.ee,6jt7c DreBied cMcltem
Old, 10 iJblla per povndi sprlug, 113o;
ducks, labile: turkeys, UXdlle; gooie, 3Uc.
UAMB lUbblbp, drawn, 0$.c. rlieaianta,
7.Ua7.6) per dosen: quail, 1.7i2 0O per
doscm ersy (.qulrrels, f &Vdltl M per d02eu.
UUTTKH-ElKln prlntd, I'-tljm.-.ia; extra
ereamery, Sd(ipSJo; Ohio fancy creamery, 25
($JDo: country roll, 18dolS,f: low grade and
CHEESE -Fall cream. Ohio, now, UCJUo:
threo-qusrteri. 12H'lac. Now York slate, (nil
cream, new, ladmt(o: Wl.con.ln. IliSllto;
3i iound hrlok, Bwlu. llWalicl llmburger,
new, 13lj dUc.
Eaaa-strlotly fresh. Fennsylvanta and
Ohio, in tuto, 11 fflial atongu, UjStSo; (lo ad
dlttbual tor candling )
riTTanuna, Doo. 19.
CATTLE-necclpts weru tolr. 135 cars on
talo; market slowt prices lower. Yvo quote
ut follous! Extra. tlH0$0.1ft: prime, tdtOiS
5.TS: good, 3ni$s.30: tidy, K1J5.J0, (air,
4 tOjSt'J; good bulchera,.1.2V94 3Ji common,
i) iweUMO. keiren.UriStSD-.oien, IJ&UdtlTJ:
bulU and stags, tAJuMSOi oominon to good
(at cows, II.TO0I2O, goixl (re.h cows, 310.00
BJ100: fair cows and sprinters, t2i.00.sWX-.
bologna cowi, tie WXtf.1) 03.
UOOS-Reoeipts (air: about U cars on sale;
market ftotlvo snd prices stronger. Wfi
quota belt assorted mediums and heavies,
Ii Uljsi 33. boat Yorkers, II 234S 1 SO: ight York
ers and pigs. SI20dl23, roughs, J.763.75.
BI1EKP AND LAMBS bupply falrt 13 loads
on sale; market active; prloea 10 cents higher
on both aheep and lalub.. Wo quota as fol.
lows: Choice wethers, I183i&u, good, 1130
4 30, (air mixed. I3.wgt.00; common, ll.fcKJ
2.30. choir lambs, IJ-SViH W. veal oalres, 17.00
137.30 : heavy and thin, II OXttJ 00.
Cixcixxati, Deo. 18.
IIOOS-Market nctlva at USO UU.
CATTt.K-Markel steady al 1.T3(J5 83.
SItEKP AND LAUIti-Mrxl (or ehocp
nm.t at t! CJjtJ.ro. Lambs-Mwlict steady at
NerYoag, D,, jj,
WIlKAT-gpol market Arml No. 2 rd.
Tfio (. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth.
Bto (. o. u. ofioat to arrive (prompt); No. 1
hard Duntlh, HJo (, o, b. aUoat (near by)t
No t rod Iv-Jio In elevator,
COllN-Spot market flrmi No. 8, 0o C.
o. b. afloat and 40o In elevator.
OAT4-3pot market dnn: No. , SSJio: No.
S. JSSc ; No. 2 white, 31a No, tt white, ul$a ;
track inlxod wosteru, ItlAJUWc; track white.
UATTUt-SUty-tliroe cars on sale; market
alow, bcgloolower, several cars unsold, etofn,
tl..0$9.1&, oxen and stags, laOOCAfiOO; bolls,
jowpAUJ; cows, liroaiTS, stookcrs, i.8A
Snnnlsh Arc Chnrllnhte,
The Spanish arc among the tnost
charitable people on earth. Without n
poor tax, Spanish Coinfniinltles of BO.
000 tclf supportcre teed a pauper pop
ulation of fi.OOQ or,rti.
a.Xi , ,t, mj fatXxgSe!pvta
160 S. Main street.
MIUTAIIT BAXCOra ACADEMY
Ueclnners' OlasB Monday ovenlngs,
Bo'clock; Advance Class Wednesday
uvenlngs.uo'elock. Private lnstruo
tlona bv appointment. SIuslo (ur
nfsbed for parties, etc. Hall can bo
rented (or dances, concerts, eto.
Cull at Academy between 9. and 11
A.U1. and 1:30 tn 4:i n.Tn. vr. a.
. Uarrou,' realdenos; Ho. 701 East Mill
Tn NhVAmMn,l! t- n. ...l. T-l-
of Interest depends on, amouat'-want
ed nnd security offered. Call up 15
nntl find out our terras. No delay, If
you want money qutok.
THE BRUriEn-GOODHUE-COOKE CO.
Plumbing: and Heating.
Repairing steam and hot water sys
tems and steam" fitting; a spooialty.
Engelhari & Eckart
311 Mill St.
SHAW'S PUIIE MALT. Porfect as a
beverngo or medicine. It prevents
chills and tones up tho systom. It
exhtlerates and does not poison.
Bold by Wm. Washer, Akron, O.
Don't GO Out of Town
to got tickets printed. My system of print
ing tickets without loss to the customer is
not excelled by any printer unearth. Per
sonal supervision of tho entlro work by the
troprlotor himself Is tho way It Is done at
Uh mo your noxt order, largo or small.
I will guarnntoo satlstactlon. In othor
viords, I will pay cnlh valuo for tickets
EnntKl nt this offlc which wore not sold
y authorised poisons.
GEO. O. JAOKSON
Safety Ticket Printer, 105 Main st.
Everett Dulldlnf. Tel. 24i.
BUY YOUR COAL OF
Goo. W. Ruggles,
Office: Witt St., 3 floors cast of
W. Howard St., near Valley Depot.
K. O. T. IVi.
."T?rr Monday afternoon and ovonlng.
Children's class at 4 p.in. Instructions to
frtults 7 to 8:30. Uoneral dancing until If
Mrs. llorUia U Ohrlstman, Instructor.
HID MOKKY. Manager.
Notice ol Appointment.
Kstnteof Aruudla Pearce.decoased.
Ihu undersigned has been appointed by
the Probate court of Hummtt county, Ohio
os administrator of tho estate of
Aitiudln penroo, deceased, Ali per
sons indebteil to said estate are requested
to mako Immediate payment) nnd all por
sonshnvlnKClnlms against sold estate, aio
requested to present tho same (or allowance
. .u. .... THOMAS 11. PBAI10B,
Dated this lllh day o( Dec, A.D, ISV9.
Deo 10-W-Jan 2
UU hereby certlfled, thot ths names In
run and the plnce ot residenca of nil lie
members of the partnership doing business
unjar tho nrm name ot "I. H. MvmCo"
nd whoso prlhclpnl pioco o( huilqess Is at
Noi.iisamllw BoutK Main strcsi, in tha
"VZ?? Akro". fountv ot Summit, and Btato
ol Ohio, ore as follows, to. wit: .
Isnno H. Myort, Akron. Ohio.
Krank n. Jennings, Akron, Ohio.
James W. tlrown, Akron, Ohio.
1BAAO 8. MYEflfl.
Btst. of 0h.o.Huuia?!thc8oit.'.?,WK'
appenrM the lv named Itaao Myers.
r.r5nki1, J,nn'n?',na James W. Brown
pud acknowledged Dm tlgnlngodha abovo
instrument lo be their nluiuarV act and
deed, this lh day of DacomberVlfoo.
DllfJ.u. Notary Public.
3i?' - '-u.