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Atlanta. Oct. SL Yesterday marked
the expiration of the fire days period
which the Populist state central com
mittee cave the Democrats In which
to decide upon their proposition for
fusion Bryan and Watson ticket. It
was to decide on this proposition that
the Democratic state executive commit
tee and the Democratic electors a ere
summoned to meet at the party head
quarters at noon yesterday. At the
same hour, a block away, the Piu
list state central committee a as as
sembled. Karly In the morning
tn.ng- division develuiwd In the ranks
of thr DcmaK-rata over the fusion propo
sition, and after a pr.i raited and
citing debate they rejected the Fopu
list proposition, declaring; it to be In-
sultina; to the Democratis In wording.
It is further held that the state com
mittee has no right to take down the
Democratic electors demanded by the
Irawred the Sewall Caadidacy.
The Democratic resolutions say lht
the Populist proposition "complettly
ignores fusion by eliminating: entirely
the candidacy of the Democratic nom
inee for vice president, Mr. Sewall. and
cuts off the Democratic committee from
further consideration of the question
by fixing; an arbitrary limit, which ex
pires today, Rivlns this committee no
opportunity for consideration of a
movement for proper fualan; therefor.
that the chairman of this committee
appoint a committee of five, of which
be shall be chairman, to prox-rly pre
sent to the public the attitude of this
-vo'nmittee oil the refuxal to ait-ept the
unreasonable and unjust uiiltiinatuni
of the Fupulist committee, clot net an
It Is Inoffensive and unliecomlna
I Uimataa of tba f'oaa.lMa.
The ultimatum of the Populist cen
tral committee to which these revolu
tion were intended an a reply declares
that the People's party of trcorsia "ac
cepted In food faith the St. Iuln com
promise, vis.: the nomination of the
Hon. W. J. Bryan as the presidential
candidate on the ticket with the Hon.
Thomas K. Watson, with the tacit un
derstanding- that this act of patriotism
on their part would be met with a sim
ilar one on the part of the Democratic
party In the withdrawal of Mr. Sewall
and effect a complete combinatlop of
the silver forces:" and as fusion has
been accomplished In several states
and Is asked for by the Democrats In
this state, then fore to trt the sim-er
Ity of tho Democrats the Populists
withdraw one elector for the state-at-
large and six other eh-ctora. stipulating
that the Democrats withdraw six of
theirs and substitute the Populist elec
tors, with the understanding that they
all vote for Watson.
Upaaaerats aleatiae ta Acre.
There was a buss followinK the read
ing; of the Populist proposition whk-h
Indicated stroiia" disaproval of it. The
speeches were all against it. In fact
the resolution refusing the I'opullstU
proposition was offered by none other
than Chairman Jones personal repre
sentative, vho favored It Monday, but
who yesterday claimed that he had
been under a misapprehension as to
what the Populists wanted. He sahi
he had no Idea when he came down
here at the suggestion of Chairman
Junes that the Populists Wanted thlr
teen electors for Watson. He thought
that they would propose some fair dl
vision which would not totally Ignore
the candidacy of Vice President Pew
Wateaa Decline to) Talk.
It was quite evident that the commltt"
regarded the proposition as preposterous.
and that about the only thing left for di
enssion was as to the character of the ro-
ply to be sont to the Populist whether it
should be polite and conciliatory or plain
and to the point. The PopuUst committee
remained in session throughout the after
noon and resumed the sitting after a brie
recess for auppur.
WASBBUBX ARRIVES AT CHICAOOl
Re part That Wateaa, May Devalaf)
aeaaatiaa ad the Campaign.
Chicago. Oct. 21. George P. Wash
burn, of the Populist national ex
ecutive committee, arrived unex
pectedly last evening from Thorn
son and Atlanta. Ga., where he and
Committeeman H. W. Reed had bees
in conference with Vice Presidential
Nominee Watson. Washburn expressed
no surprise when Informed of the fait
ure of the Atlanta fusion conference. It
la stated on good authority that the
reason Washburn returned so suddenly
was to confer with Chairman Junes, of
the Democratic national . committee,
and place before him in the form of
ultimatums two or three kvopositions
from Watson looking to the Utter'
recognition on the fusion ticket of the
It is stated that Watson Is prepared.
In the event of Jones refusal, to take a
position which will prove the political
sensation of the campaign. Washburn
last night refused to confirm or deny
this story. He said he had seen Wat
son's letter of acceptance, and that it
Is interesting political reading. He
also says that Watson will not r-e lg.
nored. and his persistency In claiming
the rights of his party has placed hint
In a false light.
He wants Bryan elected and McKhv
ley defeated, but to accomplish tbia
thlnlis his party must be recognised la
this fight, or the fusion arrangements
in the different states will not be rati
fled by the people at the polls.
short conference between 8enator
Jonea and Washburn was held last
night, but both gentlemen declared
that nothing of Importance was done,
ABatlSOBTft TOl'R or (XDIAaA.
peaks ta TBLg Crwwde AU tke Way
Evans vllle. Oct IL tieneral Havrt
Son arrived at Evaasville at o'clock,
having made tea speeches during the
tey. between her and Indiana poUa,
"Evrirtirt C-:rt wtrt rrtit crrria
ana ererysfcerc grtat i&tMxst waa
aukiatestcd. At Wbftaiagtoa ke stoka
fr mirty mtautss. Manning atmsoa
to diicus.ca e( ta stiver questton.
At Cd-ardspcn ts spoks trttfly. At
Buibrod bj addressed several hundred
Dilners mho ba4 gatnereO. At Vim.a.
ces th surer vrwttuaj waa again ta
ipu. Toe 4 motist ration of the aay
as at I'rtitrwtoo. On reaving the traia
General liarrtsns) ss esaorted to the
fair grounds, here an Immense rmd
awaited him. From the station to the
fair grounds the streets were filled
llh people. h cheered nthnsiaa-
'callv as the distinguished vtsilar
passed them. A stand had been ererted
In front of the grand stand, facing
the rare track.
The grand stand and the spar arownd
the speakers stand were Oiled with
people. A conservative estimate placed
the number at &.. At tit conclusion
of hta speech the crowd at the back
of the platform eWnanded a speeeti.
and the general spoke briefly. At f :3s
in. the Kvanslile demonstration was
begun by a parade, whnu was rerlene
by tieneral Harrison front a stand
elected at the cuutt hoiire. After tn
tarad.' General llartlson spoke Ut Z,-
wju people In tarllle.
AUOXa TUB OMfff MAMKff.
Rryaa Dastrtnailee Argaaneaae la t aar ad
aba Watte SJveal,
Fteubenvllle. O, tict. SI. The trip
Yesterday morning of Candidal Will-
lam J. Bryan through the Ohio valley
district along the banks of the Ohio was
punctuated here and there with cheers
for his opponent. There were fiv
slops before this place was reached,
and at three of them the candidate ad
dressed the crowd from the rear of the
car There waa a good crowd at Bell
aire, and It was an enthusiastic one.
Bryan addressed them for fifteen min
utes. Wearers of the yellow were numerous
at Bridgeport. Martin's Ferry. Wetia
ville (in McKlnley's district), and Kast
Liverpool inhere It predominated!, but
at ICochester. Ia, It a as a Bryan
crowd and an enthusiastic one. At all
the points Where the MrKinley men
showed up the Bryan men divided hon
ors with their cheers and In pmst
places had th better of the notrw.
At Younkstown. (.. I try an waa giv.-n
very flattering reception and snk
three times to gn-ut audiences ln lud
Ing people mun Pennsylvania. He was
loudly applauded at every perl".!. At
Akron he was to have addn am d three
audiences, but the crowd nas Ini great
fur him to get thruush.
There w-re Mg crowds at Medina.
Klyrla and Handusky. Kmm the lat
tor place he stent to Tiffin, tahete b
arrived In the "we sma' hours," but
spoke to a targe crowd.
GKMERAL STItX OX THE W ABPATH
Alawew Iwrty aatrs I'p the Kepnhllnaaa
Grand I tap ids, MIcK, Oct. STl The
Alger party of campaigning generals
waa two hours late In reaching this
city last night, They were given i
grand reception her with a torch
light parade and an aodienc that
crowded t In r (Test hall In th- ri:y. en
thusiastic fly applauded their speeches.
Howard. Hirktes. Harden. Alger. Tan
ner and Htenart spoke. General Al
ger mad the principal address. All
were well received nn pt Gencrsl
Marden. who started dirorder by re
peating tke story about Itryan'e hav
Ing attempted a career am the stage
and then as a plays right and dramatic
When he declared that Brran had
been a failure as a lawyer and a rnn
gressman and had become a perlpatetic
rampalgner he was asked: "Hw
about McKinh-y's business career T
and thereafter wan frequently Inter'
rupted by cheers for Mryan. The
members of the party are all v i II and
seem to be enjoying their trip except
General Sickles who la greatly fatigued.
Previous to arriving her the party
had spoken to great throngs at Hud
son, Hillsdale. Allegan, and other
places, and had been received with the
greatest e. husiasm.
THE MAJOR SfEMOS A QVIET DAY,
Twe Dalagllnaa That Were b Taut
futa ins the Trip.
Canton. O, Oct . 21. Two delegations
were announced to visit Major McKin
ley yesterday one from Cleveland and
on from an eastern district of West
Mrglnia and a western district of
Maryland. Both were postponed, the
Cleveland delegation to come today
and the Maryland delegation to com
Oct. Z7. Among the callers at the Mc
Kinley home waa J. Madison Vance, a
colored man of New Orleans who made
a most eloquent address at the Ht,
Louis convention seconding the nomin
atlon of Major McKinley. He was ac
companied by Mr. Meyers and Charles
W. Anderson, private secretary to the
treasurer or New York. Robert P.
Trenock. ex-member of the state legis
lature of Massachusetts, called to pay
nia respects to Major McKinley.
PaloM aad Baekaer Part far Awhile.
Milwaukee, Oct 21. A chaneelaGea
eral Palmer's plans necessitating his re
turn to Bloomlngtoa caused a revision of
tb programme for th demonstration at
th Pa bet theater last cveaina?. Ueneral
E. H. Bragg made the principal address
and was followed by General Buckner la
a brief speech on the financial question.
Mag ta Celebrate IIMawis Day.
Chicago, Oct. 31. Four sections of Bf
tn cars each left over th Pennsylvania
rono. inst nigni I or tantoo. O. About
,U00 peopl wara on th trains. They
oom prised Chicago's contingent going to
celebrate "Illinois Day" by calling upon
tn lacpuoucaa nonunea.
Altgeld Speak a Chi
Chicago, Oct, XI. A Urge aodleae
gathered at the Auditorium last night to
hear Governor AltgokL who delivered the
first ot a aeries of addresses he is to mak
Big Beghjtraslea at Chicago.
Chicago, Oct- St.-Tbe reglatrnUon for
a sucona oay in this city waa ,0us
WBWB unnga ta to al robs to aoli,
Mather's BWraajaa Was t aa rail hag.
Mahony City. Pa, Oct, 2L Mrs. Con
Keardon and her a-year-old aon.
Alahony Plane.were bumed to death at
tneir mise yesterday. The b
caugr.t ure ana the child hi the ex
d temer.t ass b-ft In the tmrning build
ir.g. i-ne mt-toer rurhe lmk to sat
it, nut waa owreome by ta smoke.
Tneir buaies Wrr i--him1 tugtUMT,
maraea aa a vrisp.
TWELVE GO DOWN
Fatal 0c in Disaster en tht Pa
VESSEL rSIYEI 01 TEE EOCIS.
rtMIe Tab hag MT Me
Mans la n.ia.d mm4
sd tUtbl mf the freer Ara
Ywg the raae Taa, Mn Iaa4 by
MaiSisd Aeeid.slaHy fnAasna
was aael C raw t.isu
Mafftrtd, Or . ttet t.-T
Arars, wwsjed by the Oregam Oal aa4
Aartgnlloa eomiaaar. froas Cao Bar far
r mnetsoo, waaanrrW by tksrwrreat
and dnren on rbe rorke as tin ieuy at
Cons Head ysMtesda. Mk WtU b a total
la aa attempt to land a boat tnad of
pnearngf-rs and rew th Inaa wwe tap
aeiL IwHve were druwaed four pas
sengersand eignt of the ctvw-of wtuveh
the following M a parttal list : K M Me
Uraw.of U uty: J.4n Xitsiaa, es
MorahttrU. and Uvbard H altera, of Oak
land paearng. H Ike alup a(rew-VI
Wktrtle. . rtaa rraacansa. gn iain:
Kne Walla, mf haa l-fwaetana, reeaaa.
Idlrhard 1'ritnna. ut Ma fr raoam
ntcaard; A. I emaodet. chief cook; W. k
itcuw b. ( hw engineer; J. kargw, nailur,
Uatry ltader. nail
Peg t aaaed the Planet ir.
The aectdeat awanei la a hnare f .ar
What hi left of the atnaanrr Se be seen ara
w apnea tirnterUng nana the ansa
i. Th snrvtvors were tntaugbs a
Kmntr ttty on Ibe lug Columbia. None
of th bod tea of the lust Waa rewermt
The Arngo was ball! by th Tabs Iron
work la lv. Her gross tonnasw te
plaordat M7 bona Th craft knm long
been la th eoaeUng trade a ad Is ne at
the beet known bnatn la tllta fair. Of late
rears she has faera ragngi daaa ewttW.
ca-ring eoal fmaa Cous Bay pnrte n iki.
rtty. Mas wna eoanmatMlxd by tata-M
IWd. Her full enrntihtweot of aneai nnd
ofllcrr waa twnutytt. At this a a.iqK
the rear Ibe Co. Boy bar. aa It Is knowa.
Is aaoalty pot very rnogb, thnogh at llnse
f the alod ta ta th tvit quarter the
roll asuaintaia high.
I a teerae be taaelgntlaa.
During tkrtohsr and Nun wbrr u u rrv
diflH-ult to tell Just bow the bar anay act,
and tuavigalors always nfiproacbj the ra-
irsnc to the bay with newv or leea treul-
dstlNi. Bef ore t he lent nee euoatra.
ed tVms llay bar bad gaioad th refsstaUAa
a bring oaeof the worst bar e theeoaat,
not excluding the nana tn iski rune ea-
traaeato lluiubcMVIt bay. la iaineovr-
meats at th harbor, however, bar r
dared th dangers that aK eiteted.
TBBKK TICTtaia OF tBK BAIU
TsaasCraabiitaeaagh a Brlnge Over the
De Moine. la, Oct. 12 A frets bt
train aorta-booed rtash.d Utrosjgts the
Cblrago Oreat Wcstrra brldg over th
Piatt river, seventy tniles aoatii cf
here, yesurday afternooa. Tars uvea
klUrd. Th dead are: H, T
l:bod"r, madartrir. lra Mtae, la.
and to usuaVntifted two. Tlw leai
river bridge is near the rial lne, j-t
snejlh of tb bridge the freteM tvarted
sedlag he the Tata City
re, north -cd. yaiae.d
The passsng -r train went arre the
brhige wlihoat acttdeat. bat was ain
In suhl bn tow freight palled uim
It. The raglne and part f the tar
went over safely, a ba th hrtdgr ml
lapsed and eleven cars, ln.tu.1ms the
wet pert Iptlsled lata
rivrr and d n the etnlainhmeat. The
ded rnea, were rrahw a the delicts.
The unknuna nea nere trnnn Myel
ins a rhle.
ir.MRIMt.K FfB TMB Ml .
While Meabarlag eak
m ass4V94sSgXOJ 9v4r
Rhaeai Mis Wise Dead.
Creaco, la, Oct. Sl.-T. P. rams-
worth acrldentty shot his wife at mn
jresierday. Jut aa I bey wrr about to
go to dinner Farnaworth was In the
act of loading his revolver, aad
cf the cartridges being a little large be
gave th cylinder a wrench, at the same
time turning half round, a ben the
cart ridg exploded, tb ball striking
his wife pearly In th centre of in
forehead, killing her Instantly. Both
parlies are highly conimoed and are
vety popular In tb community. The
coroner's Inquest rendered a verdict of
WBfcT IWWI IN TMB LAKE,
Bwldraes That a Ta
Cleveland, Oct. ft. A special fro c--.
dusky. O, aays: Intrlligfaos ha last
reached this dry from Locust Point that
a vt sat I foundered In th lake off that
point som time last week. Thee i
nothing la sight by which lb nam 4 the
boat could be aarertained, aad no infor
matiua ha been rataived from any sou me
that a boat has been lost, but it Is certain
that a Veaarl baa gone doara at that point.
ana unaouoteaiy stub ail oo boara.
I Bdshalieal Draravslv.
t- Louis, Oct. St. la a fit of jealous
rage, supplemented by copioas ladulgrne
la iMiuor, -A liUsm HaUlager. a wunbUas
character, shot and wounded bis divorced
wife, Mary K crating. or Kaataa, and tarn
committed suiride, at the house of William
Fox, a mulual frb ad. Mrs, Karat lags or
Kuslea has a anshaad at Peoria, Ilia, i
washer to ear for ber lavaild snot her
tab will probably reeoser.
rallare at Peerta, llhv.
Peoria, HI.. f I The Mmcs Coa
Igisky lh-y Uoods company went Into Ibe
cireut court and entered ronfeswoas af
Judgment aggreaTaUng H VU. 1 he tier-
man Natl mat bank of Pwonn, t!.T.
thalargrat creditor. Cuatgtaky anya th
aaa-ts will amount to rotiwdeeabie nva a
He altnbnlrs the fullure ta Inability ta
burrow more anoney.
ralent, Masa.. Ill Ihe re-ler Is
the employ of the Mlddletoa Paper rotav
pany strark yeaterdar to rratet what they
claim to la a redaettoa of i per raait. la
thotr wag. Heretnior the reeler have
been paid by phwr-arurk. earning tie aad
II pec week. 1 be eoaapaay waat
to work at 94 per week.
flaw era to Harare tlahlae.
MilwinVee O-t, 51. All flsg on
newipnase uOces at at aalf-atast I.
Iloraee lluUee. lb f Marvel will
place twlay aad will be pnvata 1 be pall
bearer wUi he tasnabars i Itii nisili j
P-9JVilf, t -.. a Jt..ft.
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tcAtures ot our new Ktial
By MtCKtATV COOT
A charming picture of ru
ral life in New HAmprshire.
This story it at novel at
it is in! fretting, and you
will find it t
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aerate I alia to laa.e MM)
lerre Haute, nd . CI Jlotia ft.
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yeatrrdsy la his rflnrt tommr tits twnrh
Ss'", a.ade rmeitty at lllglif pnrtv,
. entry was aeraampanieid tif a raa
anr. and at the third attartiT waa Jirined
ly assither runner tinder addle, last all
tbeer avwlsns f sited te Md tb OoveW
linrat. 1 ne tints by ajaarrs was :),
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shipped, botne UmlMf.
May Ms Aaatber htwaaWN,
CTilraro. Ot ! r th thirst rinse
Rudolph K haaubett, 'thefnaa wbtbecw
the bxMMU." Is r-i-s-tet aV-ad. This Unas,
however, a wtbs is la vtdeac, hut on
repnrt say It Is that of a brolkur'wf
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