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   Des Moines Leader (Newspaper) - October 4, 1900, Des Moines, Iowa                                SETTLEMENT OF CHINESE MAT TER ON HIS LINES LIKELY In Wllli and Indlctlloo4 AroThAt Git niaujr Vvili Booa Jala Aetvd Washington Oct news has reached Washington from the Eu ropean chancelleries Indicating that a complete agreement aa to China iri Bight The agreement will be on the basis of the propositions laid down by Secretary Hay In hlfi iiote of July 3 and the subsequent notes treating of that subject TJie accord with Ihe United State IB more complete than was anticipatedat first and lite rejjorifi show that al of the European nations probably placing them selves n position totatfe advantage of the opening made by the Unjttd States and soon will LQ readyto begin ncgotia UonB for a settlement with the Chinese government The Russians have given noticeof such purpose and while hctcxt of tfce French note on this subject referred loin todays press dispatches has notreached thestate department the officials are satisfied that thla Is correctly reported and that France JJke Russia is ready to negotiate at once V As for Germany eitherthe position of has been misunder stood Or It has sustained a chanee of mind Possibly he former fsthe ease but however that may beH la quite certain from the odyjces tvhfeh have reached Washington today that the German government upon careful In epectfon of the plans for a settle men t projected by the Untied States finds therein nothlnjr Inconsistent the German aspirations Therefore It may boexpected that Germany too will be prepa red soon to Join fa th IB co mmon movement toward a settlement It niay be stated that altogether the cros pectsof anndjuatment of the Chinese dlflicuHjWlthout resort to formal war ere very much brighter than they were ago The news devclppmenfg of he day few being confinedto a cablegram from iir Conger recJUag the departure of the minister and suite from Pekinr and an authentication by Min Islcr TVu for the edict provfding for the punishment of Tuan and the sullty princes uce o pour a on the altar Tlie commercial su ntetideutif of the northtrn uncl foulhern have been ordered to talte the needful measure the conveyance of tho of the ile ceaaeO When it reaches Uenniuiy a cond ottering eliall le made on an af r aermiuiy has always malnialnejthe friendliest relations whli China We therefore entertain the hope thai your will renounce att rosaitiTicnt eo that peace may he arranged aa soon as possible and that universal harmony rendered possible or time This our most anxious tope and our most dent wish mueror WllHam replied fiepicoiber as followe JTo the Kmperorof China I llie orman fmperor have received the tel egram of your majesty the emperor of China 1 have observed with satis factionlhat your majesiy is anxious to expiate according lo the custom and precepts of your religion the shameful murtler of my minister which set at jwught all civilization yet as the Gcr man emptror and a I cannot regard that abominable crime aloripd for by a libationBeshlco my murder ed minister there have gone before th of martyrs and are accusers of your majesty the luxations commanded by your majiefy suffice for all these In nocent ones I do not inake your ma jesty responsible for the outrage against the legations which are held inviolable all nations nor for the grievous wrongs done so nations and faiths and lo the utijecls of your tnajusiy of my Chris Ian belief But he advisers of your CHINESE Dttf Park CopJnghlJSOO by Associated Press Pekms Weanaidaj Sept 28 via Taka Saturday Sept 29 and Shang hai Ocf The German column con sisting of J 700 men under General i on Hoephier encountered a small Boier forts south ol the Imperial Deer nart jestcrilay ana kllltil forty ot ihe Chinese fluring a fiehl which followed The Chinese vere put to flight and scat leSV Four Tfcre wounded Chi Hta a member ot the Uuns It yamen of notorious antlforelen ten dencies ond a patron of the Boxers bis tctn captured In the Imperial city by the Japinese HII fate has not been dctermjned apop Fekine Sept 2S via Oct 7k nwi enrol south of the iippeiial hunting park WRB punish the Chinese for flrtag on i German patrol General v on iuiepr ner s fofte Inihidec burned several villages where arms Jound The Germnn commander tlien prooeedea lo Nin HunBpNen and a tody of hoxcrs oulslde the lonn Halt wert arrnci with riflen and UK others wlUisnords Some of them to within twenty yards of the Gcrnian rlnes perfonnlnE Boier cfsj and mowed down Ittrlm Oct Official advices from Pawn September 23 thai a lurlher eiamlnitlon of the Chinese rommtesimeii officers accused of the murder of Baron von Ketleler re ralted In this staiemeni eileler June 21 I and my people received brdera from a prince to shoot forelKu eri wherever we came across Hen The accused It appears denied thai the order was to shoot a minister or the German minister and he declared ent Than Xlnl Wash Incton Dot1 ChUiese minjater haa slate de parlment of the degradation of Prince Tuan and fih Tne oHoflnB offlcial statement made A cablegram1 was received from Dl rectorGcherat Sheng at Shanghai and Btltes that by an Imperial edict 1s September 2o Princes Chwang Tlfhl Van are deprived of all I heir rank and at flees Prince Tuan deprived of office and handed over to the Imperial rlan court nstcn will decide upon a VCre penalty hla salary to he stopped Duke president of tfieeen at Xlnc preidprfof the civil board ot KangYal andlhe presi dent of Ihe board of punishment at Chaou Shu Chlao are to be handed over to the board of censors who will de cide upon the penalty Minister Wus information appears to put atrcsl all nueellons an to the Jail of the reactionary element headed By Prince Tuan and Including the prw idenl of the censorate and board of punishment II Is shown however lhat the punishment of Prince Tuan was more severe than heretofore reported as he is removed from office a fact not stated in prcyloua dispatches The clan court ia directed also lo decide upon the severtncss of hcpfcialty In ad dition lo tht loss of office salary and servants The slate dfnarttnent received a dis patch from Jiintoter conger today an nouncing Ihe departure of the nussian legatloners from Peking Beyonii this there Is little additional bearijigco the Chinese situation i t It Is staled officially thil the reported French note to Ihe povrers regarding the opening of negotiations and ncr tlisarmimfnl or China has nol btii received It H proves true such a note has been is said tho for disarmament can hard considered wilh favor by ihla gomnmerit owlntr commercial and recognized sovereign au hority of China as Thus there have been rio protests on the of this government agolnit Iheap tpoinlmenl of Yung Lu as one of Ihe JChiocee iKftfKs Sttfvr IIB Attme fur Von KettrjrrY Beriiin Oct The following Is the of the empftrors to Kmpcror WUllam of firceliftfr That your Ister has talleh a to the rialnf Tihlth suddenly broke oat In Cnlna ttllhoiit our ofilclals being Abie lo pre vent It whereby our friendly relations were dteturbtd fa deeply deplored and regrelted By decreewe order that sacrifice be on an altar for the deceased and Chief Secretary Kun ge eore e rcme of God a large number of our ethrn of Chrlsllan iileJiops and ilsslonaried wctnen antf children ho for the sake of their faith which also nifnc have died a violent death PRIOR 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN THEIR RANKS STR J3 MINERS CONTINUE TO I 50 NT SOLID FRONT aettlxy IVui ihe Turade uf Helil at loti Ueclarei tho blrike la Imctlrally Woo Philadelphia Get break has yet occurred in the ranks ot the etrlk ing mine worhcrs though aildltiunal norices ot offer of an Increase of 10 per cent In wages were posted throughout Die region In tact there wtre today of an In tcnt on ihe iart of the strikers to in eist on other concessions and to remain out uritij ihe operators give recognition ihdr Jiatronai organJsadon The feature of the day was the parade ond mass meeting of mine at WHkeabarre arranged wjlh tiie object o demonstrating tie fitrenfflh at United Mine Worfcera A conservative estimate the number of strikers In the procession at 15000 and the day was generally Blven up as a holiday by the people of Wilfcesbarre and other Luzerne county tqvvns The maBS meetingwas addressed lj Presidetit Mitchell and other officers of the miners organization Prtdilent Jiitcheil his speech con grain la led the strikers on having already received ajiroffer of 10 ier cent Increase In weges Ie said their cause had been recognized everywhere aa a righteous one ami that ihe lime was not far dis tant when they would receive proper ready tho great coalcarrylng rallroaJs have agreed to increase your ivagea M per cent which is a crcat victory In itseir True it is hot enough It does not satisfy us but thYtime la not far distant when the anthracite coal miners wiil receive aa much their any other cla a of workmen in the In this struggle do rjot place abso utc faith in John JJHchcH or anyotfier one matt rat In the organ izallon Work hard for Its prosperity for the stronger it fs jLhebeilpr your are armed for the struggjain uihlch you are now engaged This strike shall not tin declared oft by me It eh all not be fended until a cdiiveflllori of anthra cite miners shaJJ i so Every union and every colliery will be asked to eend uie ol more delegates to a convention to determine the aucstlori or themselves TfQurV interests are greater rfan trine ihalj not decide the filiation o yoili going back to work must ote on that jvLir selves I not pretend to determine your fate or that ol tlitJSOQOOO Wh0 jre directly affected by this ttruggle Mr Mitchell briefly revleived the struggles of ihe miners durns the past forty jcan andcaliS that Ihe miners cannot expect to Hayie all the evils ufttch been heaped upon them during ihe last hair centurj of uflor ganlned labor righted al once Con Unuinfj Mr JlitcheJIBald I flrinlj tlhn vctor wiil be achieved by the men p land jig together Do not let one of ypJ move until all move If you together we will achieve a greater victory than was ever attained by labor in ihe anthracite coa region The national nrtsWont was followed Dllcher of 0Mb Benjamfrr James of Pernsylvania both memher of the executes e hoard Mother CRIES FOR HELP UNHEEDED WlNFiELD TOWNSEND A NEGRO BURNED AT THE STAKE railed lo Ttev With JUgodhoundi IiVuplurtd HuHjatMl Applied Torch to Foe ZWufleW Tounsend Floyd a negro was a Lhe etake Lnihe JiltJe town flcieen mlles rom hefe a half hour after midnight this morn ins The tiegroe crfmc nas an at tempted assault oh Her rlngton huhand eel flre lo the fuel which reduces E body to ashes f Tfte attempt to asaaull Sfrs Harrlng ion was made yesterday afternoon at 1 o clock iir Harringlon WHS at a col on gin n Eclectic and lltos one mile out of townThe negro came to the house end told Mre Harrington that her huEbaitd hacl ecnt him to get 20 cwitg her She told him she had no change thenegro left hut relumedJit about ten minutes The uOmans screams vere heard by Bob NjcQols negro who was paeslng along lhrrpad atthe lime He ran to the irj time to see the negro es rape As goon as Sirs Harlngton ored to caisqtousnfes Vichols the qlarm The rapidlj Alt the sfdrca at Ecleclic nert oJXtantly closedJT1ie ginnerlca and saw mills shut dovj the people left ihelr wasons irf the road and thctr ploua In the field and gathered fora pursuit of Ihe negro The crowd divJtJed eome k of perfecting the organization rural police which Is now an efikiftu have betti offectujLiy ttfcinDtA out council o Santiago has do nated JMwto he funds lelng Alsci for Oalvfston slffcrers and has Jtjirii eJ the amount with a trust tomitfity IKCRBASE Iu rMts In IarlUment J t Londtfn Oct The total number of member or parliament so far elected is 178 as follows J15 JlberaJs 15 na tlonajlats 13 The iiattopaHslB elected Include East Clare and James Daly South Moaaghan The ftsult o Ihe poifCng In East Manchester is the reelection of A J JJaWour by amajority ivhkh wetcods by votes the majority he secured at the general election In 18S5 The ng ilrea follOWt Arthur rj Calfour conservailvej Scolt liberal Jm Mr tJalfours majority 2153 In Battersea Joan Uurns radical has defeated Mr Garten the conservative candidate i At both liberal candi dates iir HEnry Lalwuchere and Dr werereturned town Sir John T D Llewellyn who represented the con stituency in the late parliament in the conservative interest has beon defeated By Sir George Newnea The feature ot the election so far IE that Thile actual representatlnn o parties is only slightly dhanged there Is undoubtedly Jti both LondyTj and Ihe provmces a The corJwUteteH atatemem m urn as sets and liabilities of slate and savings banks ia as follows ma ASSBTS Here you Kwang Hsu dont you try to play with those foreign devils majestys throne and the oiUclalu on whose heads the blood guilt of a crime ivhlch fllte all Chrlstiannatlons with horror must expiate their abocn Jnable deed When your majesty bring them to the punishment thty have de served thai1 will regard as ancypla tlon which vrill satisfy lie nations of Christendom If your majesty wit use your Im perial power for thla purpose accept ing to that end the sucport of ail the Injured nations 1 for my part fleclare myself agreed on thai point I should also gladly welcome the return of your majesty to Peking For this my gen eral Field Marshal von Waltiereee will be Instructed not only to receive your wajesly with the honors due your rank but hepIl also afford your majesty Ihe military protection you may desire and which you may need against the rebels I also long1 for peace which atones for the euit which makes good1 wrongs dwie and which offers lo alt foreignera In China life and property and above allfor tne tree service ot their religion Signed William I STARTS IN AVJTH RUSSIA Dane Chant ChanccJ Uii Mind Aljoat Abool Culnf to Peking CopyriEht by Associated Press Tlon Tsin Seel Taku SepL 29 via Shanghai Ocl Hung Chiang has abandoned Iiis decision to proceed to PcKing and will il is an rouncefl hegin negotiMiona with the Kusian minister to China M de Glers upon tho latlers arrival at Tien Tsin General Cbaffce liaa desifrnaied the fJinth Infantry the Third squardon ot Ihe Sixla cavalry ivnd Battery F to remain at Peking He estimates It will take a month to get the American troops out ofCnlna Washington OcL stale de partment is in receiptof a dispatch from Minister Conger formally an nouncing the and departure of the Russian legation from Peking COMPLKTK LIST OF BOXERS Official Imre Coiaplllfy of Chinese O racial San Francisco OcL Freder ick Brown presiding elder ol Oie Meth odist mission in Tien Tsin who guided the ntlfed forces into the Chinese capi tal arrived here on the Coptic He was one of the last persons lo leave Peking before communicillon with the outside world liad been cut oil left reking June 4 and with great difficulty reached Tien Tsln He immediately organized an expedition for he relief of Pel Tal IIo where a party ot seventyfive for eigners mostly women and children were the Chinese About Ihltiy Americans were in the parly Dr Browns family nmonfthem lie sent his family to Jftpan Tor safety and himself succeeded in getting throush to Tien Teln on an American tugbixtt As Dr Brown was familiar with the clly of Peking his advice was asked regarding tlie best means of ertrjand it was on his suggestion that the under the citys wall wns chosen by the Americana nnd Ilritish The result of Ihl3 wns their arrival several fcours be fore Ihe Ilussians and Jaranesc Pr said The capture of Tien Tsin on July 15 by tne Allied forces was ao unexpected ttiat the various treasuries ycmens and inluts did not have time lo hide their treasures or de stroy their documents 1 ivas requested by ihe nllks to search the dockets nnd files of the various Chinese depart ments and doiciff so came across many accounts which clearly incriminate the highest officials A Complete register of till Ihe Rogers In the villages around Tlcn Tsin was also found giving names and tleserfptUjn so twrfoctly thrtt when the suppression of incir postUcnltftl 50 detyis undertaken the list wJJl be of great assistance compensation for their labor He ad vised them lo stand nrmly together HP vnd the atnke shall not be ended py him andcould only be closed when a convention of miners representine every union and ever collierj shill O decide He hoped that not one man will desert the rants until victory is complete Mr Mitchell uas to indicate in his ijieeoh his of the 10 per cent Increase conceded by he operators but beyond noting it as a victory he naa nothing to say on that point Neither did he Intimate am thing as to the prohabllltj ol an com en Ion of miners and after the meeting when tiuestioncd on that subject r eaid that not a local union had request ed the calling of n convention A significant move In this direction however developed tonight at Shenan doah where all the localbranches of the ITnlled Mine Workers held meetings and selecteddelegates toa convention to be called later by President Mitchell loiSfs Ine first announcement of the selection of conventiondelegates The entire region was quiet today ana very few mtnes were in operation 2M8ADK WAS A MONSTER JtoTsieh In Bevlirt j WilLeibarre Wilhesbarre pa Oct 2The pa rase and meeting of the strikln miners in this loday was the great est labor demor6tttition ever held in northeastern Pennsylvania Early the morning he sleam and electrli the route of the parade were dec orated with flags and buntlnr and the city rresenled a holiday appearance Presldwt Mitchell and party arrived from Hazflton shortly after 1 oclock and ucre metat the by a laree and enthiiftfaeUc crowd were fivfn a chter nnd vrere then driven 1u thtir hcUI The parade headed by President Mitchell nnd trie officers of thenatlonal executive board started at 3 oclock IVis JWllniaUiMhat there were fully aw1 Ireakerbors In line The niUFlc was furnished by about for ty fcnnds anJ drum corps Many banncis niiU irpnfparencles were car ried by the The paide paesed over thp princVal streets of he city and hniyriids of pople VnzA tli sde walks President MffchelE reviewed the great army of marchers Business was al a ciaRdstilt in the city all he afternoon The superintendents of the coal com panies andtheir clerks viewed the pa rade from their office buildings It was I oclock when the lasi of Hie marchers swept Presi dent Mitchell Then he and hLs col leaguea were driven to West Side park the big mass meelitig irae held For several hours a crowd had been there and it nsui esllmaled tiiat nearly people were masse tnfront of the stand whm the ahor president begair to speak was en lhuElasticpilreceived T D Nichols prpsident of District No 1 comprising the and Wyoming regions was chsirman of the meeting After George Purcell of In diana member ofthe national execu tive board and Rer P J Dunn of had made short addresses Mr MUdell was introduced He said PreaiaenS Mitchell man would go further to avoid a strike than I but when all honorable mcthoda ii ihen 1 favor strikes I wcnt toNcw Vork lo call on the op era tors at the Sacrifice of personal dignity to yet a bfaring Hut Ihe men who you turned me away and even retosefl to receive a committee of their own men for the purpose ol talking over thedifferences The greatest slrlke In the history of the world is drawing to a close At Mary Jones vfler the meeting Ident anicheir driven through cheering crow a to his hotel where he ivlll remain until 8 oclock ornlns when he return to Hai ton Mr Mitchell had nJ news touching ctr negoliallons for feeltlemenc to give put lonlffhf there was absolutely no change In the situation President Mitchell in answer to a direct question tonight satd that Hat one local union in entire antfira cite con field had Ihe calling a convention of the miners Illltitils Hfjecls Xltrih Sprinsfleia Hi OcL The board pi contra els today rejected for the second time the bid of the Springe field Coal association of per ton mine run to furnish coal toUbe state for the ensuing two years Coal years ago only cost STiJ cents mine nin The advertise agafn for bids The bid field Coal associntlohwos the only 6ne jnadp Governor Tanner sal3 this evening This attennt of he coal trust to hQid up the stUe of Illmois will not he sub mitted to as long aa I haveanything to do with finances ofthe state if I can help H and I Uiink IcanI They askus J160 per ton mine runiorcoal deliver ed tere vtlthln one of the mines while we get the aamtj quality at state instituUons at from lo Jl70 per ton delivered after nauls by ralL The peoDleoi Minnesota and Wiscon sin where they have fo haul 500vto EW miles get coal cheaper than the people of Springfield at the mines Sprlncfield coal sells at Chicaco Jlor to Si 0 ton adhered whjJe Ihe people of Springfield pay fla Insist on riccosnitloh of Union Sbenandoah Pa Meetings of all the local branches of the United Mine Workers wereheld here tonight to elect delegates to the convention tobe later by President rilit chell One delegate waa every 200 members Organizer Pottler aajs wcreadopted at all tbe meetings ex pressing the strikers determination lo remain away from the mines until the operators decide to rfecogrilze uhe union It was also Pottier asserts the men will onlyreturn to work in a body Rumors were prevalent here today that strikers had upon Sergeant Anthony of the governors troop General Gobln and Capt Olt of the troop the men were hunting and that there Is no evldoice to show that they tried to sabot Anthony Gen Qobin tonight exprcsscfl hlmsejf as un certain when the neit movement of troops Jroni here irould place He is making every effort to secure defi nite Information cpncecrilng the condi tions In alt parts of tte1 region before sending atij more troipa away Toiled Xotfcti of AOtaaca Wtlkesbarre Pa Oct The coat operators of the Wyoming valley who posted notices at Uiete collieries last night notifying their employes of a 10 per iTicreaae in had no fornutlon from today us to whether the offer wouldbe acGepled or not The striking moo gay It Js useless lo talk of a settlement unless the presi dents of the big coal companies make UP ineir minds to thf union Oct 2 Mr GooiJnow consul general of the United States at Shanghai reports to tbi derartnienl of stale in hte dspitch rof August 95 1MO Jusl received the murder of two American MifS Hatlle J Rice nnd lfcs Mary EHnElonboth of the China Fnland mlsslctt and stationed at Lu Chenp m Shan S crovlnce scouring the neai the ot the crime and others going to the peni tentiary for blopdhbands The dogs nere uol brought ft until Ttfey wprertaHen lo disappeared and an exciting ensfied The aogs finally stopped st a tree infront ol Odious slore dprtiie north outeklrta of Eclectic coming up flop the negro glttlngon a limb He was brough doun at once and taken to the of bis crime There he ras confronted by hte nobltixely him Word eeot to the other searching parties that the mgro haM been found And about 11 o clock acriwd of several hundred was In MUe vjJfage The negro wks taken to the edge o the tillage and preparations for his death were quick iy A rope was flyngover ihe limb ofa bigf oak and a hundredmen stood ready to Then a rall was sailed and the man ner of dea by the A vote was taken aM the balloting showed a majority ofthecrowd to fi vordeath at Ihe sUkevlThestake was prepared and negro was bound to ltwith cbaTas Pine piled about him cna Ihe ilamfs were by husband of Townsenas victim As they lo nefroVflwh he uttered wlil crlw lo God formercy and help The crjwJ looked on deafto his cries and tr an hour the negroa body was reluctd It Tonnsand tefoie befog bound con fessed the crlnieand he was also Implicated vnih Alex Floyd who was hanged two ago for anattempt ed aasialt en Pearson He caWiteandFlpjdhad planned for oth er crlnifSsof character CALLED FOR TRIAL CommdnWiJtllli for AttachtnenU for m n Ky Oct 2 hen the cae ot Herr charged with be ing tn he Goebelassassins Uon was before Judge Cantrill to day the cartinionweallh s attorney asked for farJames A Scott the Frankfort alComcr whoclatms Vout sey conferred with him concerning his al leeed the assassination entered he courtroom accom panied by his wile1 his brotherinlaw X N ana the Jailer being pilfe appcarefl to be In prcvod health The commonwealth called sixty wli Tieases pniy twentyone of whom an swered present but all but three or four of lfce absentee were accounted for and winbe on hand when The eom monweajlh asked forthwith attachments for absent wltnesjej and It was reatly for the trial to proceed BOERS REID OFF YQLQITttftS M Blond Kllchener to Com mand London Oct Redvers Dul ler says the Daily Malls denl at P return to England I hear Lord Roberts and Lord Kitchener will remain In chief cQTrntand Sri South Africa Durban Oct consequence of Ihe Boers capturinga convoy ot Natal voluntCe rs between De Jage t a d rift and Blood river burning several wagons and daplurlng Iht escort Inicnded homejOltig of the Natal vol unteers had poet jioncd This has a painful m prtjslon throughput the colony tiolet la tinru ivvnUaffO Cuba Oct Mctiuri negr ihe Inspector general accompanied by Major 4hlM om cer and of ru police has retiifnert frflm lion ot the dcpanment ol theeast The were found to be In a dUton and the country was in a tran quil 5tate ypllow feier wis dfs roxercd in the department Tht t Is alvlne to tJje IQ the conserYatlie majontEcs afld the rndicalions tofifght are that the would enter the ne x par llamenr with Increased strength MrGeorg j Goschen s old St Square London ivon by Colonel the Honorabi H Leffse with a majontv of 25i4 The first lord thp admir Is a liberal unionist re funwd uaoppoaed for that In JCte general Of 159 i Mr James Bryce liberal elected for South Aberdeen CLB1R IUORITI IS CL11BBD Bflpnbllcsn NaUonal CoimnitfcB I me at Complexion of Elec total College Kew York Oct a sued from natjoacl head clqarlers the commltteenian claima 26o votes certain in the electoral college for McKinle 112 for Bryan and flftj four were put donn v in dojbt Tne to Bryan ace Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana the Caroiinas Tennessee Texa3tarld la thedoqtitfiii column fe put Cotrra do Idaho Kentucky iiiaouri Mon tana Nevada Nebraska and Uiih Everything put down for itc which with ils fif teen votes feafthmed to be fn doubt r Whenshown this republican claim Mr Richardson for the democrats cnaracterued II as only so much He added that the demo which was very differtcitfrooi hul that It would not be pubJic Indiana polfs Oct 5W to 1000 visitors have arrived for the na tional convention of the democratic clubsi which will open tomorrow ater nubnjab 2 oclock in Tomlinson halt Tonfght at a meetingof the convention rnanagers thft following official pro gramme oi speeches for the different sessionswas arranged p m recepifon to club delegates welcome address Mayor Thomas Tagffart response U Jleajstpresident ft the Nntional As soclailon ol Damocrattc Ad dresEts Hon Janies K Jones chair man democratic national committee Hon EnmuelIjJonesT mayor of Toledo Jfon James HamiKon Lewis of tAgtoju Hon Benton Mcillllin gov erripr ot Tennessee Wednesday p mparadt 01 clubsJ JrAt Tomiiiison hall 9 p m by HonJR Sovereign exgrand mas tftr workman ol5lhe Knighta 6f Labor Captain Patrick of Washing ton ID CHon Sigmund ZeisJer of j Thursday 10 a G Stevenson v Illinois Augustus U Lock woodot Pennsylvjyifa president of the National AntiTrust league Hon P W Iovfe New York representing com mercJal TravelersHon G B McCtel litn Dftw Tork Hon J L Slayden o Texas 21p Adtai E Stevenson and Hon William J Bryar Thursday S p r Ilourk CocVran o York iSVfylhlnj is In readtnpss for th convention Elaborate prepAraUon have been madefor the entertalnmen of delegates and vfsltors Albert ofBedlam iIvitilchOct Albert of Bt Rltim helt jresumpiKe to the Ihrono oi tfnt ccuntrr married today 10 Ducnc Fliabeth of civil took plate in the throne room knd was 1 bj a religious mice In Ahechapcl hhsh there was a BIG GROWTH OF DEPOSITS BANKS ARE SHOWN TO BE BEMARKABLV PROSPEROUS alateuent by tho Auditor Showing CondjIIOD at the Cloia of on ap LUEIUTIES Total HablHlles S11S J The slaliment madea the September 6 1900 KELSJ SfbJSEiSSSSwf ills re ASSETS Credits subject to Total asset LIABILITIES I 2S5fOM Total liabilities increase uriTsvjil nEiti faKlli In lie de osits of the ioa banks Is shown bv n statement llle dsiwats June SO of 1890 slalj f M cf ate SSSSS Uie report corrcspondins to the one P CJ OI 5 of beplember 1 It wa beeeen from this the increase and prlvil IDM arc not 5ivcn The deposits Slnclcnls Esarnlneil class of forty lavsludcRis was by the appointea bj the supreme court The uri examination was conduced tarftherSV and afernoon and SnK VhCre was a norfnal ex amination before the members of the supreme court The committee in charge or he examination mil con duct oral examination also ifato af ternoon The members of thecommitlfa are A G Bush of Davenport Mitt H Al len of Shsldco and Thomas H Smi b 01 If MUs Allen Tajlert Work luXlttAIlceTy the Lhrarj comralssioa is busily ea gsged ii i la j ins plans for her future work ihe aid and couneel of John on Brfsharn state librarian Miss Ty ler s time promises to be pretty well filled for ueeks to come She will fo to Chariion and will appear Saiurdnj afternoon before the ttach ers ot Luca Moodayafternooii Margaret Cnaritaa give Miss Tiler EV reception in Ihe city libraryIhere to ecabie her to meet the study clubs of Charlton Itia short time Tyler will lo Eldora to remain a ntefc or two assisting Miss Estabrook Ihe librarian there In cataloguing theEldora library reiri a paper at the annual confertnce of the Staid Library asso ciation at Sloirc Cly October IS her subject UJirery CommEsIoii On the same date a meeting of Ihe state library commission whl be held at Sioux City A callfor this meet ing was sent out to Ihe commissioners by Mlw Tyler yesterday In speaking of her work Miss Tyler said yesterday she believed the eom rnlssltu would prove of the greatest value In building up the libraries of Iowa She discussed the good results brought about in Wisconsin by Ifrary commlrslon there and said she felt certain in view ofthe high stan dard or crlucation here the fieJd was even Letter I ban in Wisconsin Three Filed The social democrats the Social labor parly and the United Christian party fited petitions with the secretary of etate yesterday to have their slate and electoral tickets placed on Ihe ballot to be used at the November election The democratic slate central commit tee filed the democratic ifcket for officers and electors AH the demo cratic congrecslonal nominees have filed their nomination papers with tha exception or the nomineein the TbJrd district I rfew Chartcrcrf The aulUor ctstate issued a char ter yesterday la Torkiowri Sav in cs hank The prwident of the barS Is s ami ihe cashier C S TornMiicon Dairy Norlon appoint ed Rijr Clewtr as milk Inspector In ilojnes to succeed Herbert McGnr raushThe latter Is lablns a course Is unable to give hia time lo the office A D Scougal of Stoux CHy the pres ident of the Typographical union there is in the city the sruest of A E Hold er deputy commissioner of labor lie is taking the wamJnatlon or admja etonto the bar PetersbuTC Oct 2AccordLrc semiofnclil statomenis the Ryisian estimates or Ittl total fryj r blcs an Increaro ot upward ol roubles over those lor ths current vc The ordinary txpfnJIJurt swallowi roiiNfF of JiOiJOOD r bles Is LnttnOcd to stionaihen the rcihY3 for hartor nOrk Rt tkiTi roubles to and roubltj at P   

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