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Spoke at Iron Mountain This Afternoon. GIVEN AX INk BOTTLE aI INK By Laboring Men Dnltath to Slcn Silver Bill AddrrtMd a Ki Crd r Them Hurt-Aim Talked to Lsdirs. W hal He Nsid to I he lj bo r 1 n K Me. Irox MorsTis. Mi'h . Oct 14 VT. J Bryan rrivet htrt t-arly this after noon Hs fcpcke to n immense t?ath m.f. DLtTH. Minn.. Oct. It. William Jennins Eryao made two jx-tche-brre tt tiipht The day s tampaign- ine tonr had covered tfce route Irom Minneapolis to Lralutb.. and at every nation of worthy size long the hue Air Eryan spoke to poodly crowds L'l.n his arrival in this city he was met by a reception commute, and with Mr. Eryau. was escorted to the St. Ivcuis hotel for dinner He w then driven to the Lyceum theatet. where he addressed an enthusiastic meeting of women. Thence he pro ceened to the car barn, which was packed to the utmost with the laboring men of Dulatb. Here Mr. Bryan was presented with th; last utensil necessary tor the sign ice of a silver bill when it should reach him. providing he should b elected, an elegant silver Ink bottle, filled with the fluid necessary for the purpose. Charles A. Towne was chairman of loth meetings, and at each of them h presented the nominee tn a neat little speech. At the meeting in the car tarn, ilr Jiryan made a great plea for support lot Charles A Towue. the silver Kepub lican. who is rcnoing for congress on the Democratic ticket Then he aid It l outlets to have a president who will ipn a hill. unleM yon have a congress and utiiate which will a3ord him an opporm nity to stiio a bill, and in this camplj,'n while we expect not a liaxo. majority, hut an ovr rwlmlming vittory, w niiiat always rmcmtwr that it 1 tu.lhlo that unKrt tttmf trn upon thi li -if a sini;lo mm lr nc that tuoiiihiir who win turn the V'He in jon:re m Iw eU.-i-.tc-d by airele "e In M distrb-f., and I lies you trnirtntnt the rpriMi btlltlt that rj-V ii !- jriHi In An hui like this and lv tti effewt jimIi lo glvo a innjnritT In ih too and to civ a majority in the senatw, jm well tn ltx:t a prewidi-nt in favor f the Iih &tinn- 'tf silver without waiting the a "I or mnrit of any other nation. A - Y't won't vUi It. will yoot All Ilryan -I will ii'it. lit I want you to -av t'i thirds. If osil.ln. In liolh houses, no that if any chn(ffs shoo Id oomv lo nm and I would veto it, I want you to liao rnitush rutns tn pasti It over my hfcad lint, my frtunde. yoii iwd not havn any fr atout my ve'olnij any rnrasure which I In harmony with t lie platform on which J aland. I ruive heen Utiwhl to belivt hat plxt.turnirt am giiidi- to those; lcust. not merely a rni'ans by which one mar ho elec-u-d, and you may rest assured that what Is In that platform I ttr-ltevo tn, and tbt no puwtir on iarth will prevent mo tarrying that platform out so far as my ability may go I dlre te thank organ ifiil labor In ibis city for having completed the Miitnment, so that I am now prepared t.i iltjn that bill whenever It reaches me. without depending on aovhody else fot I-n or Inkstand or Ink. The voklen pen and the nllver holder and the Ink present ed tonight shall be preserved, and. It by tli sutlrag-3 or my countrymen I am placed In that highest office within? the lit ft of the people of thU world, these hi wra shall be u.ted for the purpose foi which they were Intended, and I shall be alad that when the deed Is done I will h- indebtd, not to financiers, not to trusts, not to corporations, not to syndicates, but to the labonnir men lor the eoulnment. My friends, 1 glad to Itave the support of cause. If I am elected bv their votes, all they will ak of ine Is to do my duty to my country and protect every citizen In the vniovment ufeaual rlirhta and elve snexilal privileges to no man. If I were fected with the aid of those trreat syndicates and trusts and corporations, when they hail eltt-ted me they would expect me to em ploy all my time in aiding them to iret back out of the people more than they had ajiimouun to me presiuent. X thank the pK-e club for iineing that sonfr. which I think should he made our battle hymn, my trlends, in this cam paign we are fighting in the defense of our Domes and our 11 resides, and when thr coal trust attempts to send it9 representa tive s to sit by your fireside and collect tribute from you remember that 6one, Tlome, Home, Sweet Home," and let your Dauui mcsD taal me trusts must tie de stroyed aad that the people shall tie freed Iroui their unlawful exactions. "Home. Swoet Home," Is the song that you should remember w en yon ro to Tour vote In Xii uiber. be auce. my friends, if you do not use tn ballot tu prutoct tuat borne and that family or yours, remember that there Is no one In this country who will uo nia ballot to ao what you neglect to d for thoxe you love, for thue who are the objects of your anxious care cannot look to you to defend them from all those Influ enoes which eek to make home les happy ana tne tamily less prosperous. Ir thev ctnnot lotk to you for defense, then, my friends, to whom can they lookr Thev Fay that "Home, r-wevt Home," should Oc cur battle hymn, bemuse we are trying to protect eacn home in tnls oountrv trim iuiurv at tht hands of any one. and then In the broader sense, we are trying to nro- t-t this home, our country, from the domination of foreign financial influence Tha money question is paramount in this campaign. Other questions can be lettled at any time. The money question must be settled now. Whenever a oreat party does a tlie ICepablican party has done, proposes to eurrender the right to legislate on a question of domeetic con cern, just so long as that question is be fore the people, no other question can ap proach it in importance. The Repub lican party does not say we can abandon the crold standard when we eet tired of it The ltepubliean platform admits that the people are tired of it now. because that platform pledgvs the Republican party to eunsmute tne uoubie standard. The Republican party, however, after admitting that the double standard Is net terthan the sold standard, tells you that you must submit to a gold standard unt relief comes from abroad. How Ion a must It be? They say no limit. Until Is a long woru. tnui may mean rorever, rav friends, and I believe that the man who wrote that platform and put In the word until never expected the leading nation to come to our relief, but expected that lorever we snouia nave tne gold standard in our mi as t. Will Marry a Marqala, Washixoto-c, Oct. 14. Miss Mary uwenaoiin uaidweu. rounder of th Divinity college of the Catholic nnivex sity. in a letter to a friend here, an nouncea mat ane will tie married in Dresden. Oct. 18. to the Marquis det Meninville. Bishop Spalding of the Peoria diocese, who is administrator cl the Caldwell estate, will perform the ceremony. The first building of the Catholic university- was erected as a re suit of a donation of $300,000 from Miss Caldwell. Killed la a Peculiar Way. CotCMBtrs, Oct. 14. Mrs. John Har ris, colored, fainted in the elevator of the Raggery building, and fell on the floor of the elevator as it was ascend uig. Iter arm, extending through the entranoe of the elevator, was caught by a slightly projecting lecbVe of the floor and her hand was so moved as to be caught hy a similar ledge at the next floor and allied her. Te Caettaa Allowed Bail. Losno. Oct. 14. At Marlborough Street police court Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Castle of San Francisco, who were arrested at the Hotel Cecil on Tuesday last, charged with stealing a quantity of furs, eto.. from various dealw in this city, were arraigned and after a short hearing were again remanded fot a week, bail being allowed in the sum of f 1 50.000. Am Old Soldier's Saleldo. WasHixoTO. Oct. 14. Department . clerks on their way to office from Wood-' side, Md., about ten miles from town ' discovered the dead body of Captain Si mon Kane, a former member of tha Seventeenth Wisconsin Volunteers, sus- peodod from a limb of a tree that had been blown over la the reosns aanrm M la biired h snirtdrxL SECRETARY MORTON'S OPINION. Be Says Seither Farty Haa a Cinch on the Result. WaSHisGTOS. Oct. 1'. Secretary Morton has returned to Washington and resumed his official duties after au extended vacation in the west. He an nounced that he would take no part in the elections, but added that if he were to vote he would cast his ballot for Palmer and Buckner, whoe datform te regarded as satisfactory. His reason for not voting, he said, is the distauce of his Nebraska home from Ya.shing ton and the lack ol necessity for his vote, whieh he said he wouid cast if it were hkelv to make any essential di3er ence. The secretary was not inclined to ta;k politic and said be did not care to discuss the situation and outlook. -1 personally hope for McKiuley's election . as . between AlcKinley and Brvan," he said, "but I don't think any one of the candidates can rest on their oars with assurances. The Republican party is making a great mistake now in bragging of strength and not doing more work. Tnere is no certainty until the election is an assured fact, and less noise and more work m convincing voters of the right principles ana tne right cred for them to support is needed. This failure to appreciate tne strength of tne opposition was evident when the election note was nrt sounaea. 1 belong to a political party which be littled the extent of the free silver craze in its own ranks This is an unfortu nate atid mistaken idea, and the sooner the party managers put forth all their efforts to brina out all the votes pos sible the better it will be." ERONSTON IS FIGHTING MD- Bc and Carroll Llkrly to Duel Over Political IMfTerenoe. Lexington. Ky..Oct. 14. It is stared here today, on what seems to be reliable information, that taie senator oarie? J Eroueton nd ex-chairman of the Democratic state central lommitteee, John D Carroll are ou the verge of a duel The trouble grew out of thr- late Frankfort convention, wbeu Carroll caused Bronston's deteat by throwing his strength to Evan E Settle of Owen oounty. It (.perns that Rronston hid cunud on Carro'l to nominate him. nd was mad when his opponent wa-i benefitted by the withdrawal of the Henry vnty man Th report says bat Eronsto'i cursed Carroll roundly and that Carroll coolly told hiro to hmk ov-r the matter and apologize for his remarks Eronstiu proposed to settle them in personal en counter, but Carroll refused and told him that he should have time in which to take back his objectionable language. letters have passed between them, but it is stated by those close to Etci. ton that he does not intend to retract what he said, and they see no way out of the trouble, except in accordance wtth the code adopted in settling such grievances. Both are brave men. and if the field is resorted to as the only way of settling the matter, it believed each will face his foe gamely. CLICK U. S. CONSUL SMITH. Bealena. He Says, lor Politics Sake. Olnry Tell the Reaoon. WaPhinoton, Oct. 13. Some days ago Henry Clay Smith of Alabama sent a letter, which he made public, to Pres ident Cleveland, resigning as United States consul at Santos, Brazil, giving as a reason that he wanted to return to Alabama to work for Bryan and SewalL Secretary Olney, in his letter accept ing the resignation, says : "It is not deemed a violent assump tion that your resignation is tendered in well-grounded anticipation of the probable action of the president upon numerous charges of personal and official misconduct, some of which have been on hie in this department for a considerable period, all of which have been called to your attention, and none of which have you either refuted or satisfactorily explained. "As, however, the acceptance of your resignation by relieving the public ser vice of the injurious consequences of your connection with it answers prac tically all the purposes that could be ac complished by your dismissal, I am di rected by the president to notify you that your resignation is accepted." BRYANT ELECTION ASSURED. Chalrmab loni Say D I Certain ol SIO Klactoral Vote Chicaoo. Oct 14. Chairman .Tones, of the Democratic national coriimitte ban given out a statement, characters tng as absurd the figures show. n 2 tc probable result of the election as given out by Senator Quay. Chairman Jone states that in all the states clashed by Senator Quay as doubtful complete aa-i harmonious fusion between tne Demc crats. Populists and silver Republicans exists, tendering them ceitun tor Bryan. For the same reason he classes as doubtful the states of Iowa, Ohio an-1 Wisconsin, and claim. for Bryan h j electoral rotes of Illinois. Indiana. Kan sas. Kentucky. Michigan. Minnesota. North Dakota and West Virginia, all r,f which were claimed for McKinlev bv Mr. Quay. The table given out by Mr. Jon- give 1 votes aa certain for McKinley, 279 for Bryan and S7 as doubtful CHANGE THE PARTY1? NAME Indiana Election Board rivetde Agatnt Gold Standard Democrat. Indian apolis. Oct. 14. The state board of elections has decided that the ticket of the National Democrats shouli be called the Gold Standard ticket. The board had previously notified Mr. S. . Pickens, the chairman of the state cen tral committee of the National Demo crats that the ticket could not go on ti.e ballot under the name of National Democratic, and had requested him v; send in another name. This Mr. Pickens declined to do. 6tat ing that the name had been adv.sediy chosen and that there was nothing in the law to forbid its use. In his forma reply to the board's request. Mr Pick ens declared that the party which he represented was the only National ieroocraiic. ana tnat the name wa descriptive, as well as legal. TO HEtD BRYAN'S REGUEST. Democratic Clubmen Acked to B at the foil All ly. Washington, Oct. 14. The National Association of Democratic clubs has is- lued au appeal to all club members to do all within their power to bring out a full Democratic vote on election dav. The members are urged to heed the re quest of Mr. Bryan that the club mem bers remain at the polls all of electior day, that each appoint himself a mis sionary and that, as far as able, each furnish a conveyance to bring to the polls Democrats who otherwise would not vote. ine association s appeal says success depends in a great degree upon cltt organization and urges that each mem kr do duty as a willing volunteer. PENNSYLVANIA VISITORS. Bob. Orarf V. Lawrence Introduced Them to Major McKinley. Canton, O., Oct. 13. The first dele gations of the week came in one special train of 1 1 coaches, which reached here shortly before 1 o'clock. The party came from Roscoeand the Monongahela valley of Pennsylvania, and was made tip of citizens representing the various interests of that locality. They were very enthusiastic and organized with two marching clubs, mostly uniformed. Several bands and a colored glee club furnished the music. Owing to rain the delegation was tajteS to the Tabernacle, where Major McKinley responded to the introductory address of the vener able George V. Lawrence, ex-member i oi eoognm aad an ootggeoariaa. A POPOLIST APPEAL. Butler's Committee Issues One to the Party. TH0E WHO ARE FIGHTING FUSION I'etitiourd to Wheel Into Line Aket lo Nat LUteu to the Talk ol Odd Ueiuo crat and KepuUlicau A Couterence Held In Cbicao. Chicago, Oct. 14. After a meeting cf the executive committee of tne People's party, held at the Sherman hcuse, at which reports from members present, and especially from H. W. Reed of Georpia, who spent several days with Thomas E. Watson, were heard, the committee issued a manifesto in which they say : Your national committee indulged the hope thul the patriotic action of tht Peo ple' party in national convention in sub orulnrttinjr the interests of party to the success of the vital i-.ue involved in thi campaign would be met by equally unself ish devotion to a common interest on the part of the l)enicratlc jirty, and that nil the friends of silver could present a solid lront Hgain?-t the minions of greed by sup porting our ticket, the truly cooperativi ticket, Bryan and Watson. But this hopt bems eiij-apjHjinW-d there were but two Courses left. one of which must be adopted First, to run a straight liryan and Watson electoral ticket in every state, which, on account of the failure of the Lit-moeriitie party to support this ticket, W'juld have availed the same result in thi campaign that would have followed the nomination of a straight Populist ticket at r-t. Louis, namely, the election of Mc Kinley and the triumph of the gold stand ard. The brave enlightened voters who con stitute the rank and lile of the People's party are iniapaole of suc-h liar lietrayal of their country as would result from a (iiviaion in the ranks of those opioMr.iJ their machinations of the confederated money ower of the two continents against the hotiics and litrtie-s ol tht American people, and would repudiate any action on the jart of their leaiters op po-,-l to united effort at this time, a- ihtj repudiated the old parties for treachery to tl.'esr Interests. - The other course left open to your com mitter tr.at was convistei.l with tne action of the convention in nominating Mr. liryan was to do everything in its powci to unite the voter?, of the country against McKinley and to overcome the obstacles ar.d emlarrassment which, if the Iemo cratic party had put the cause f.rst ai.il party second, we would not have en countered. This could be accomplished only by ar rar.ir'.ni for a division of' the electoral vote in every state possible, securing so man; electors lor liryan and Watson and con ceding so many to isryan and bewail. Following this line of policy, your com mittee has arranged electoral tickets in three-fourths of the states and will do ail ir. Its power to make the same arrange ment in all of the states. 1st perfecting this arrangement and everv sincere oppo nent of the gold standard giving loyal support to these joint elcciora tickets the People's party will not only secure in the electoral college for Urvcn and Valoi: several times as many votes as we could have secured by making a straight f.ght. hut we will secure the defeat cf McKinley and the gold standard, which should now be the greatest de-sire cf every citizen who believes in the principle ol true- IX-n ocracv as taught by Jti!( rson and of true Republicanism as represented by Al;r; ham Lincoln. liy this arrangement we can unite a large majority of the voters of America on our joint electoral ticket-; therefore the only hope of the money power and trusts is to divide and conquer. The Re publican managers an 1 their gold Demoe-ratic allies realize this, and are putting forth every t3ort to accomplish this end. They have had their emissaries on hand everywhere trying to prevent joint electoral tickets from being nrrange-d. Failing in this, they try to find Populists and silver Dem oc-rats who can V induced, on one pretext or another, to rebel against the joint electoral tickets. The danger lies in the possibility of a certain portion of the rank and hie of the People's par' v being misled bv socalleii lea-iers. who. for reasons best inown to themselves, r for w.int of reason are ad vis: ng voter- to rebel against the joli electoral tickets and put up separate elec toral tickets, or to withhold their support from the joint electoral tickets. Rome ot lr.-- Uemocrats ol trie revenue stripe, who are not yet weaned from th' fleshpots of Egypt but are sticklers f regularity, and are nominailv supportln Mr Hryac whiie secrvtiy an'l in every ui derhanded w it are trying to accomplls hi 9 defeat, are advising against the joint electoral tickets, and failing in this, the- advise Demo rats to scratch People's parry electors, and already a few socalled Pop-.' list leaders a advi-ing the rank and !i of our party o strike back by refusing to support, tr.e uc-mocratic e.ectcrs cn tht joint electoral tickets. This is a trap set by the gold bugs, who are rejoicing that a lew l.onest me n have fallen into it 1 hesc reports today are th only one that buoy up the hopes of th rtepumican managers, and the Democrats and Populists who are thus eng.ig.jd ar. doing just what the gold men most desire Therefore wo apjxal to every Popull-i wr.o may nave neon misled t)y sueli mi taken or false pleas of pretended loyalty tc the People's party into ref using support t; such joint e.cetoral tit kits to stop an consider the results of sueh conduct an. relu-e to be influenced by either misguide or corrupt men. The members cf the committee ad mitted aftei the meetinsthat this state nient is in tne nature cf a rebuke tc Thomas Watson, who has been callin; on allPcpulists to keep iu the middle o the road, without paying attenticn 1. either of the other paities. Senator Mancu Butler said that .Mi Watscn would remain cn the ticket an that his removal had not been discusseo NO NEWS OF THE DAUNTLESS. Government Official Much Worried Over the Alleced Filiboterer. Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 14 Gov ernment officials here are worried over the whereabouts of the tug Dauntless, and it is intensified bv a rumor from Washington that the officials there are displeased over the disappearance ot the tug. The steamer Commodore asked permission to go out, and the treasury department was asked iu regard to it but no reply has been received. Ine Three Friends and the Commo dore will be looked after sharply now Mr. Bisbee. the owner of the Dauntless says the tug is in a legitimate busines: on rjrunswicK, ana that she is not in any filibustering expedition. The Spanish consul is very active and several additional Spanish detect ivesare here. The consul professes to oe sausaea witn the action of the gov ernment officials here, 6aying that they eould not do anything more than they did. No news has been received from the Dauntless. SENATOR BUTLER INTERFERES. He Decide Against the Bolting Populi.t. jo cr Virginia. Washington. Oct. 14 N W Fit2 perald. the Populist nominee for gov ernor of West Virginia, has been, in consn.tation with Senator Butler ever the long distance telephone concerning the attitude of the officers of the Popu list state committee cf West Virginia on the question of fusion, and he savs that the senator assured him he would not recognize the right of the officers tc negative the wishes of the majcritv ol the committee, but that on the other hand he would recognize the right cl JfficrmmlUe to act independent of its It is believed at Populist heaccuar ters here that this decision on the pari of Senator Butlei will promote fusion between the Democrats and Por.uhsu Ji West Virginia. 1 X.ooo Workmen ReneBled. Wai.tham. Mass.. Oct, 14. - Th Waltham Watch comnanv has posted a notic annonnciug that on and after Friday next the factory will run ?4 boors per week instead of on half time, i vo thousand hands are benefited. REVIEWED BY THE PRESIDENT. The fnion Veteran Legion I'araded lo Washii (to 1 h I AfKiaoub. Washington-. Oft. 14. The Union Veteran Legicu began its eleventh an nual encampment in this city today. This morning a business mietingwas held and in the afternoon u monster parade, reviewed by President Cleve land, will tae place. Among the ft;i tuTes of the encampment will an ex cursion to .Mt Vernon and an oyster roast at Marshall hall. tmte a cent est has developed over the election cf national officers. There are ttree candidates to succeed National Commander George C. James of Cm cii.nati ; Thomas J. McGinley of Phila delphia. J. J. Calaha.ii of Buffalo and Jcnn. T. Donahue of Wilmington. DeL THE U. S. SUPREME COURT. A Motion Made to Disuila the Long Pentlon Cae. Washington, Oct. 14. In the United States supreme court 30 or 4U motions were submitted for the advancement of cases on the docket and for writs of cer tiorari and ten cases were dismissed. The solicitor general H ved to dis miss the case of Judge Louig of Michi gan vs. William Lochren. late commis sioner of pensions, on the ground that the cause has abated by reason of Com missioner Lochren's resignation and the retirement fiom office. This was thn test case which has been pending before; various courts here several years, lit which Judge Long sought to have his ilj pension restored to a $72 rating. MORE CALLERS AT CANTON. lielegatlon There From Pandnaky, and Che Lehigh Valley, l a. Canton. O.. Oct. 14. Shoutintr Re publicans from Sandusky oounty. O.. arrived in Canton from two directions, the first detachment of several carloads coming in over the Cleveland, Canton and Southern railroad and the other coming over the Interurban line via. Ma-sillon. Clyde. Fremont. Bellevue and Green Springs were represented in the party 0f Jj'JU or 1,000. Their demon stration was held in the tabernacle, where Thomas Dewey delivered the in troduction, to which Major McKinley responded. Later the visitors called at the McKinley house and presented Mrs. McKinley with a box of magnificent flowers. A special train of six coaches arrived, bearing miners, mechanics r-ud other citizens of the Lehigh valley of Penn sylvania. The inclement weather of yesterday still continues, and the vis itors were taken to the tabernacle, where Major McKinley went to receive their greetings. Thc-y gave him a most enthusiastic reception and applauded his address to the echo. The visitorH were introduced by ex-Congressman Charles N Brumm. GREATLY ADMIRES BRYAN. Talbot Say He I a Kepnblican Ilaa Not Doited His I'artner. Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 13. A. R. Tal bot, law paitner of William J. Bryan, has given out the following signed state ment : "I see that it is stated in the press re ports that I have 'bolted' Mr. Bryan, my law partner, now candidate for presi dent on the Democratic ticket. I have always been, and am now, a Republi can, but no man has a greater admira tion or higher regard for Mr. Bryan than I have. His honesty, integrity and patriotism cannot be questioned. I have not bolted Mr. Bryan and any statement to that effect is untrue. (Signed) "A. R. Talbot." MAY GIVE WATSON RECOGNITION. Likely to Be Put on Ticket la Colorado and Kansas. Chicago, Oct. 13. Senator Butler, chairman of the Populist national com mittee is here to attend the conference of Populist committeemen today. This meeting is expected to be an important one. It probably will deal with the question of fusion between Democrats and Populists on the electoral ticket. There has bet-n some criticism in cer tain qnarters of the course of the Pop ulist committee in the matter of fusion, especially in the states of Colorado and Kansas, in which states Mr. Watson re ceives no recognition. There may b an effort to secure a changf in these states, so as to give Watson repre sentation. Two Fights On Long Island. Mappeth, L. I., Oct. 13. The Empire Athletic club held its second boxing tournament ol the season last night. The first event was a I0-rcmnd no at catch weights between Dick O'Brien of Boston an.l Dick Moore cf St. PauL Moore was knocked out in the fikh round. The second was a 24-rouud contest at 148 pounds between the col ored boxers. Joe Walcott of Boston and 'i-caldy Bill" Quinn of Pennsylvania. Walcott won in the seventeenth round. Corbet t and Sharkey Can Fight. San Francisco. Oct. IS Mnnomr Groom of the National Athletic club of this city, has agreed to deposit $10,000 in the hands of the referee who may be selected ior tne.nnisn fight between Corbett and Sharkey, for which they signea articles on June 2 last, and has set Dec. 5 as the day for said fight. Dan Lynch, on behalf of Sharkey, has ac cepted the proposition and awaits word irom torpett. Silver Coined During September. ashington. Oct. 14. A statement prepared ny the bureau of mint sliowi that during the month of Sentem lier lt6. the mints of the Unitel St-ites comea irom silver huMon on hand, nur- chased under the act of July 14, ls'JO " i J k m r y ..a 1 - . 'w.iw stanaara silver dollars, con taining 2.068,358 ounces of pure silver the cost of which was Si fi(;-J 7i ing a seigniorage or profit of $37.48 to wr (government, wnicn sum has been deposited in the treasury. A itig Welcome to Reed. TlT-Xrir T 11 f - .1 . prevailed here last night when Thomas " .'A 1 HlJkl A 1 diim O. X114CK of Troy addressed the voters at Music h-i1! T . : .i , iwniu( eiuuus aim dismal veatner did not discourage the voters who made a demonstration such as Bnf falo has not seen in years. Preceding 1 speech-making there was a parade ui xepuoncan ciucs in which probably in nr.ii mur, tn. J tVanamaker at the Meeting. Carlisle. Pa.. Oct 14 The thirty :ve.-uu eeiKcution ci Pennsylvania cunaaj cr.cci association is in session here Many delegates were present. Ex-Postmaster Gr.rr.1 w . i , . . . BiiaiiiAftrr, president of the association, came into .uv vinculum ana maae a crier speech President Reed of Dickinson collcm ;soepcke. Cashier Went to Mexico. Cedaryille, O., Oct. 13. WilUam Clemens, cashier of the Cedarville bank, disappeared Friday, leaving a letter for his family that he had gone to Mexico. It is learned that Clemens took only about 1,000 and has sent word he will return. He was suffering mentally from business troubles. Pres ident (iMrcro WT I J i . ... i -r,- ... inujur, wno 18 wealthy, is meeting all demands on the bank-. Aristocratic Lady In Court. London, rw 1 1 r j A. the mother-in-law of Karl Russell, who w arrested on the complaint of Earl Rns as iU', u vcharrt her with criminal libel, has been arraigned at Bow S reet jiolice court in company with John lockerton. a marine engineer.and Fred erick Kast, a groom, who are jointly ac- .... . ivu ucr, otxv wss comimctoel for uuu. STARVED NINE DAYS. Rescued Sailors' Horrible Tale at Philadelphia. HAD TO ABANDON THEUt SHIP. Drifted A boot In Open Boat Without luU and Water. I ultl Help taiuc. llad to Be Dragged on Board, Owing to Weakness. Philadelphia, Oct. i4. The Bytish steamer Evelyn. Captain Horner, licni Huelva. bpaiu. has anchored in the Del aware river, having ouloard the almost lifeless bodies of nine seamen, the crew cf the Norwegian bark Lovise.who were picked up at sea. after being adrift with out food or water tor nine clay. Their condition, when rescued, was a most pitiable one. and so faint had they become that it was necessary to tie lines to them and haul their attenuated and trembling forms on board the steamship. The particulars of the ter rible suffering of the men are mt apei. as they are still too weak to go into de tails. ine Lovise, in Anderson, left Kosano. with a She experienced canes and was command of Captain Mobile Aug. I J for full cargo of lumber the Sept ember hurri badly disabled. Her condition became so bad that all hanas had to leave her in two small boats, and until the Evelyn hove in sight they had not seen a vessel for nine davs. They ppuld net have lasted another night iich was their suffering. Under treat ment received since on board tht Evelyn the unfortunate men are recovering, but their condition is still precarious. Their struggle was a desperate one. Days of anxiety and suffering soon told on the unfortunate men, three of whom lost their minds. They raved, and finally sank in absolute exhaustion. When the Evelyn hove in sight these poor fellows lay helpless in the bottom of the boat. They were too weak to re alize thai their rescue had been eSt-cted. FUNERAL OF DU VAURIER. ArttM and Anthors J.dned the Strieker Family at the Chorch. London, Oct. 14, Hampstead church was crowded with friends and relatives at the funeral of the late George Du Maurier, the artist-author, who died on Thursday last and whose remains were cremated at Woking on Saturday. A large crowd was present of the artistic and literary nien and others, including the entire staff of Punch, Burnard, Lucy. Furness, Sir Walter Eeaut. Bancroft. Poynter, Alfred Gilbert. Henry James. Prof. Lankester and many others. The mourners were headed by the widow, sons and daughters of the de ceased. Canon Ainger officiated. The gold casket was smothered in flowers, and after the funeral ceremonies was in terred in the churchyard under a yew tree. The floral wreaths included severu1 from actresses who have played the part of Trilby. THE WEST INDIAN HURRICANE. Property Lo Great on the Jcrnf j Coast. Half Uosen Live Lot. Philadelphia, Oct. 14. Tha West Indian hurricane, which carried death and destruction before it and has de vastated the New Jersey coast during the past 4S hours, has finally spent itr force. Some half dozen lives have been lost and more than 4150. 000 worth ol property destroyed. The greatest damage was done at At lantic City. Aupelsea. Sea Isle City and Holly Beach. The railroad cenpanies will bo the heaviest losers in Atlantic City, the damage to their rcadbeds alone amounting to over f iO.000. At Sea Islo City hardly any property along the ocean front escaped cair.age. The Hotel Brunswick was badly wrecked by the heavy breakers. Murdering Whites la Madagascar. Marseilles, Oct. 14. Mail advictt received here from Tamatave, Mada gascar, say that the rebellion is general throughout the island. Some of the French settlers have been killod. and Antalaha has been wiped out. all the whites being killed. Tynan Is Released. Nkw York. Oct. 14. Mrs. M. J Tynan has received a cablegram froir her husband which said : "Am re leased. Hope to greet you in New York ' Tynan wa-s one of the allege, dynamiters and No. 1 of the Dubln Pbcenix Park conspiracy. Wheat Goes still Higher. Chicaoo. Oct. 14. Wheat has sold the nest price of the yc-ar, JJece-mhc. touching TO cents at one time. Tr the surprising strength shown bv tht Liverpool market was due most of the advance. THE MARKETS. Pittsbi ro. Ort. l.'u WHEAT So. 1 old. 74iV:.V; No. 1. T.sa CORN No. 2 yellow ear. i'UTir. No. 2 sht.lecl, 3 HU . LiKh mixed theiied.Ssf .5c: mixed nr. itc. Oats No. 1 wnite. ivrHV-: x0. 2 do. Mii-; extra No. 3 white, lijjif; nKht n.lx-tl. ;t22c. HAY No. I tlmothv. f!l..Vll.TS; No. 2. .'.t10.ii; parkin. rf..V ...; No. 1 feed ing prairie. 7.te.lO; waeon hay, sU.Hia iS t'- for timothy. BLTTEK-Eitrin print. 22H3t : do t rt atn ery. iliva2e-; Ohio fary treamery. li; faiicy country roll. 16Q.1&C; low grade and cookir.g, slnc. CHEESE Fancy New York, full cream. fU aiOr:; new Ohio, full cream, SOsv; Wiscon sin .Swiss. In tubs, ll&llte: limburcer." r.ew, 7V&c; Ohio Swiss, in tubs, lie; ewis. in fqunre bloc ks, llTvUKtc. ECiOS Strii-tly fresh Pennsylvania and Ohio, In case, K&lHc; seconds. l.VJviec. POL'LTHY Large live chic kens. t CiiA V per pair; live rhickeas, small. iSaiuc; spr'.nft ehlckens. 0!g;.Vic per pair; dreesed chickens USlSc per pound; dressed srrlnir chickens U'sHlc; live docks. rrv per pair; dressed 15aic; live turkeys Uiftllc per pound. PlTTSBfRO. Oct. 13. CATTLE Receipts heavy on Monday V ration sale; market slow; raJres unchanged: loday ran light; market steadv. We quote Prime, f.5.4.e: good. 4 ltr3,4.df.; tldr. $? 75 St ;good bjtchrs',tJ.a3.; fair.f3 41.70. rommon. fci.75jjj.40; bulls, etaes and eows $a.U''G3 50; bolottna cow. $V(rai5.i'; reh and rr1r.ger. $A-.'X34Vi. HOC.a-Receipte fair on Mondar, f tars on ftle; market ruled srUve: todav t run hgi U cars or. sale: rcarket active and prices a ti.de hhjher. Ve quote tfce foilowira trues- Prime medium w:ht. 3 7oa3 8 et heavy Yorkers. 11.6533 :o: eon-.rr.ca to Ulr Workers. H 5533 60; heary i.OBs $i 4(a LwS 10 1Ual,,y' 3:ViS 'as. SHEEP AND LAMES Supply l5gh, on .or.uay; 15-r on sale; market !ow at on changed prices: today's receipts llcht. 3 car on sale; market firm oa heer: shade h.'ster on .arnbs. We quote: pr;me. S3 ir3 . good 13 SUO-).. fair. 65O3.U0; com men. I. T6a 2.i4; cull. TAcO$..2i Lambs-Choice io 4ft); comn.or. lo good Vifti4i- veal .'S', i5t-w): beavy anc tt:o caivts. S'l-vt'Qa.oUL ClJtC: K!AT1 Oct 13 s icG-Mrke, ct,v nd t'cn si k 653 Lead. CATTLE Market steady at li 253,4.60 Ka t el pis. 4-Ofctad; saiprr.ents 6-V t ead SHEEP AND LAMBS-:arkei Mroti fct teeP at 1.7503ii Ksceltts tt tead N Tosa Oct 13 HEAT-Spot market firm. No I tard frio. SN?pot mrke f rm: No 2. ?:4o n,.. 7 , lrad:n? European catlet quote American neers at U4ailHc S heep .1 lOtfrUc ptr pound dressed wtUht; refrigerator teef at b&t-c per pound. steadEK.AND LAMBS-"ke. quiet and teady. Sheep poor to fair. t 0f3.25; lamba. common to prime, ti.OMH.a,. HHi& Market highs at tiM--i OCi Ire You TO RZAD P.OTff SIDES OF TtiS QUESTIOS? The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing- Bryan and Sewali ani it daily pt-HhTic articles hy the Iccdlnz financiers cf the country on hcih sides of the question, "Silver versus Gcld.ft It L progressive, liberal and always espouses the cause cf the masses. Every croai " minded man should read it, whether Republican or Democrat, Silt (ilii lUilil lIuUlUiriL. Oe'ly ---.- 1 Cent everywhere. Subscrlpiion fr? One ilcntii. includinrj bunday - - - -40cent3 Two Ucstta Mid a La-f - - 51. OO Send sahscription to 'llie Kew York Jcurnal, arcnlrJcn Drrartrcnt, ITTW YORK, . L. JOUSSTOX. M.J. BUM.. A. H.JICS. Johnston, Buck t Co.. UANKKIiS. EBENSBURG. ... PE.VX'A A. . Rl ( K. ashler. !TlLlKaiJ Carrolltown Bank, OAHKOU.Tim.N, PA. T. A. MIAKIItriill. 4'asriler. General Banting BnsiMs Trasssclci. TUs loTlowlna mre tt pnsclpal feataref ol Keneril tSLCinir t-oftDe : DEPOSITS KeeelTtw? psjsf.le cn demand, and Interest tear Ing eerUCcates Israel to time de;osltors. tixtended to evttomen cn ftrorshle tetmc ti.. ipproied paper di ruaDtel at all timei. tOLI.nTIOXN Mads la the locality sc4 npoa all thehsnkln. towns in tha United States. 4'barife moderaU I1KA FT Issued negotiable in all paru of tne r'nlte. state, snd Ivrclvn exchange. i;oed cn ill part of LaroLe. AITIirXTti Ol mercharru. tsrmers an4 c-tbers ao:lcltd'. t sbotn reasonshle a.-y-nmo.lat!nn will te extended Pa'ro&s are reared that all tr.wii.m' fbal ns beld as rtrietly private aud e-nH.ierjtlal. aa hat they will t.e treate.1 an lirally as rooc anklnir rale win peraitt. Ke?pctltil!y, JHSTOK. BK K A t f. OILS! OILS! The Atlantic ReGnicg Co., oi Pitkbur, Pa., make a specialty of manulacturinr for the ilomes tic trade the finest brands of Illnminatins and Lnbrieatins Oils. Naphtha and Gasoline That ran t IDE F R 0 LI PETB0LEDI3. We challenge comparison with every known product of petrol eum. If you wish the Slost : DiiiTGriiily : Salisfactcir : Oil; in the market ask for ours. ATLANTIC REFINING CO., pmsHnai itpr pin&rK, pa etl8 Bly. JOHN PFISTBB. DEALER I Hariware. QBcetsware, MADE-UP CLOTHEHG, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. VF.UETAKI.FJH IX SEASON', iiabsekn, nr., OPPOSITE JUNCTION HOTEL, CRESSON, PA. mss5 201y 1 THE KEELEY GORE dnrud uiimnw-ioa'lr into the onnk ill. t ami nponthttn. renderinu their, rndl to inaiiaL-Jsf fairs renuirin a- clear tetioT I h course of treatmunt at the weeUf PITTSBURa KEELEY INSTITUTE. Ko. 4246 Fifth Avenue, restore to them all their powen, mental and physical, destroys the atmArmal aipcThe a"d rest.res them to the condition thev were in li fore they injure i in E;1lnu!atlts. 'thShaj tw, srnone them K.me of voor own neighbors, to '.r . c T"" rt fer wf,h nfilotire as to the The f. Ue and mt s.-ar. hir,e lnvestit-ati,m U UcTn? 0t II'1 kiyhin full iujonna- anjf 2 04. VJilWTFn wurhty oen lo MiirM.nl na In I h. . . r . .... , J . . mr' . , v wur nniee i urrr stock. Srxrialtie controlled by ns. Hi.heA Salary or Commission paid -eelil. stesdr em ployment the year round. Outfit 'iree: eieluUc territory: expe-lenre not neresary: M psr as. sored workers; sdeHal indarements to Ik in'oers U rite at ones tor partienisrs to ALLEN NURSERY CO., neurits. i r.K. y. Joly 31. M.5m. ' FOR SALE. T. ree traet f I sood rMn lsnd In Son'heat ern Florida AtJK.N 1 W AM til to sell options. Apply jnlek FLORIDA GARDEN LAND CO., KCCHESTEKI ft. Y. Jnly S. m. ft t iil Mil '' "' ' I--'--! r '- 1 '' CM.e cf llu-ir !--auii.i : i'Krjti 7.-. tj lre Jtoott.' it i a : I'Li-t -: -; -: " r" uv- v( to -iy )- .-jj. i f i. n. ..- i.;. n rvc-it-t of ten - .1 .i: ; :-. -r wi.. S?.-d t-Tt.:'i a - t ' .v l L'-U jcM curr Verlu. Tit. ""i - "i '- ' fc 1 !l'f Hi! . 'r'i v i' au Mhu e-r ASA . d'i-r !)': r -n:;-. -'! r : I no i ert. Pint 1.-11. f -1 x r :- '. : r - ' 4 p!.v; --.mi in i. ;.;.- ft'.-' r- . 1 r r. fcjirjj.aTii- -vi ly h .! .-. y r ' . It'.--'.!. '"!ai-.i:i.-c?!"-! ' T T-c fi r"5 T---: f - 532-5-C 'AASHIxaTCS ST. r yCZK CSTi r? t t J. a for I i:s. :.",...:r3.ti : 1 '--- t .:.. V-- r soit. of ir t :::-!;-' ' :4 r-?-rirf-f: .V;'Prt""l Ui hi.'1'-- ! 1 :-'!'' ( : "T'.i 1 ij.' in ii.- i :. 1 !- -.- ' t ..r. . .. 1 l.r- i-K-f'x-i.tily l.-:j.t',.i t.. i.-. . 1 i .-'n - I p ' t :ifin l.a'.i-- in Handsotrie- Pachi-es. Pr c- tO Cu I"n ;.:.r. i - -.t ! r lo:;dotj ?i-,r cr.::. Cli. niL-ii hr r.pt-'t . ! r " :- y 0 -V :et: a;,l ; : . . 1' i .i. . N i V. V 1 k C ! . ISO. 1C2. 13-; Cl. aritor. Gl ROY ALT-ILLS. Eanii- ci .' ;? ; r:. - v 1 1.. r:. i:t. ir FOT: SALE CY ALL DfJCCl:T3 REHEiiiiLR rili.l BIG im 1 d.-.-.-.. iff. Vicg-a-r Sitters. ; . ' Fic?ra.r ZltU-rs, o::.-t:.-. ': :. .: 4T The World's Great D'ocd P-trifior and Life Crirrr Princip't". Only Tcnpcii-:3 B::t-:r3 Srovm. Theret ":!t."'TC ntcrr ll. I f iiinr I aaii't .--i -t.ic 1 i iv ii crid- ti i - j 3 ! S. IL ilcEsrii! 1 Itt Co.. FT-pristcrt, SAN nLiSO O N-rt XUIL. ' 17 1 I. . ifarz. Ptillriet wxitter. at n ort nwre m tse 0L0 RELLA3LE ' ETNA" 'r. w. dick:, tursr hk riir. OF.D H:RTFORD PiiiEiiuRwcEanrv 't'MMENi:ili Bl'Si.s 170-1. k m DESICX PATfliTS. r:9vciruTe - i ' n n 1- c ;a.i..c writ- . r.rr ' v v7 " t. Sr. Y.-ik. ci :--t i.im-vi f".r nt in t.r- -a. F.v. ry r it.nt tctrn.-u; Lv u 1-, tV ht 1 V m tiK- put.uc If Ljstvru JreeotcliiTrfe ui tne f ricntific tacricmi I'Tr rr of -, s,.linr rw. 1r, Tv tjreat. a,d Trade-Mirk. obta:ri. Srj p C'"Sc '' Ojo"sr!e U. S. f-?reet Gle rrnote fr-.n Wsfli:a ton .asnttiO'W S-mi1 tiio.1,-1. drawii.-.-rr-Votft.. with .rriw eh? .fT- ,f or not. fr-e "f A Pawohlct. "H-.w t.. ..T..:S pa!c-tV -wh c.A.srBow&co, Opposite Patent Office. V.ashi.n,loa. D- f F. X. FEES' Shaving Parlor, Ham Street, Sear Post CITics h-Vk7?' "n,3'"" !etre to !-fonn the rnh lie tb-t . (. oien-1 s .batt-nr i.sr'n on oT.I" r.1- ner the P'"1 oeif "i-'-i barber'n . "r e w.n t oarr.cM on In tr.e v- '"icn name Clean. our patron solicited. K. X. I'KIN. Eteatarj Fire Insarancs Zpcy rr. AV. dick. General Insurance Aent. Blountain House Shaving Parlor Ixeated on Outre street nearMonntaln Hone OfTl..e Kmt-Imu U . . . . . ... ..... ...ii . uiuft and MrnniKw. ine done in the nested and bet manner a share 01 your patroDak solicited. 1 3 - 1 KUBKKT CASS1DY.