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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 12, 1896, Wellsville, New York                                 ¡iiil  I '  fÄSlBÄ  TEMPERATURE.  ft T6(tpi«'«thvmoin' »«gU(«reai M follows:  Aitp. m. 8ftpt«nil>prII,mdf^nwa A«7ï». 8»>ptemb«r lì. 6j dt<)tr«ea  1». Bepfefflaber W, m »  iliiiÉ É^ »Ii h^M  iWlfWK'iUWPpr : üiiMift;'«  ^ '''''Vit^WiKâitafiiiriiâi^''  ir01-N XVI - NO, 206.  WBLLSVILLE, N. Y^ SATÜKDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1896.  GREAT DAm CANTON.  Mr. McKinley Visited by Large Delegations.  SPEECHES BT VAKIOUS LEABEES  tth« Komllw«, Oorertior IlRiihn«ll aadl Oovernor X.ipplti on tîw» PlMtTorttt* Bryan Off For th« Routh «ail Kant — Other PolIttCHI.  Right Arm ^ralyzed!  Saved irum St. Vitus Dance.  "Onr daughter, Blanche, now flf-ter n years of age, had been terribly anuctcd with nervousness, and had lont the entire use of her right arm. IVc feared St. Vitus dance, and tried the best physicians, with no benefit. Slio has taken three bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 pounds. Her nervousn^ mad symptoms of St. Vitus dance are entirely gone, eh« attends school regularly, and baa rccovcrcd completo use or her arm, her appetite is splendid."  MEa. E. 11, BULLOCK. Brighton, H, Y.  Dr, Miles' Nervine Cures.  Hr. Mftes* Nervino ia Bold on a ptMitlire Kiiarantoo ihiit the first botilo irlll benoflt. AlUlruKglstnaell It at 11,6 bottlca for 16, or ItwUi be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prlco tsf tl.o Dr. Mile« Modlc&l Co.. Elkhart, lud.  Qim  TRUNK LINE  OF AMERICA  .Solid Tmir&B  ììm VOHK and CHICHOS  Pullman Car® to Hèw Wm^ Boston, Cle^etaad, Chicag® mad Ci »ci anati.  WEST.  I'4:45 a. m. No. 5, liaily. iiolld Vesliljiilc tniin foi OU'Hti, Rnlftmanra. ,J«nii'Btowii. (ilitvelaiiil, < lucili OBii. Chicani, Me.iip in Car.  .5:85 a. m. No.' 7, dally for Oh-aii. .îamCTfovvn, Chitt^nnotta l'itlnhuriL^ntiA  ClpvclanA. Pullman aîw-iit-r to ClevKland  S»:»5 11. tn. Nu, 3, ii»iiy, Bloi>}>liic at a l prliiriiml PlBiloim to ¡Salamanca. I'lillnuiii car« ii> > Irv.-línid. t iiiclnDatl aiift Chir iiro, foniu'Cttru! for Hratlforil,  1:41 p.m. No.'¿9, dally, accoiiiiiiinjf<|i(iii fur Dunkirk, conncíciini,'at CarrolHou for Itnidfonl.  0:35 p. in. No 1, dati», < hicago Kxs ron luì Jaiiici^tovvil, Mt'advslie, Pittiibiirgi Cirry, <'lfvcliiii1. aud Chicago, Btoppintr ai all ctniton» to VnlmnHncn. wnncr.tinjj for Uradfoid. Pnllman Biecper» to í'ittóburg and Marlou,  EAST.  0:38 a m. No, 6, daily, arconunoilaUon for UoruclIsvlUe.  10:10 II. in. No. 8, d-Uly, Kolid Vei»tibuUr-train for UôrïïeUâviilc, Coruiiiu, Klmlrn, Biiighamion, New York and iSwlon; conueciiin; for I'liSlndeiphiii sod Washington, also coiiiicctliig for poluta oti RuffaJo aud ilocbciiier Uivlnioim.  l:tTp. îr. No. H, dally, í.ir iloriu llsvllle. Addinoti, Coniiuft, Eltnira, Wavi-rly, Oweuo. .Hmgùiim-toil Slid New Y'>rk.  3:.T>5 p m. No. I'', dtily, «ccoiiimodfttlon for Horncllsville, coimectlng for points ou Buff tïo nuiì |{ochc«ter Division.  7¡03 p. in. No. H, dailr, for Horucllsvtlle, Cor Bing, Blmlra, liínclwtnlou, Uoeton and Saw York, through I'tillman SleetHîîs.  9:50 p.tn. No, If», dally, New YorR Spedai, stop-pini|Sî liorn«;ll»vi!le,(!rtruiiig, Ehnira. ülngiiamtoo arrive at New York 8:W a,.ra. fiíUman V»»»!íbnle Sleepers. ■ . ■  Farther (nforinaUoîi niiiy ,bo obtaitted frota Erie feßciit» or from li. T. JAEGEU, D. I. HOBKUTS,  Ot:i). Aijt, I'. D., (JeuM i'asrt'rAß't.  ■ ni MäiiiSi., - , ■ N«vy Y'ófkClty.  . Buffalo. N. Y. '  r  druggist  tgttóUíteá I0K. WELLSVILL& V  HOUSE  The I.4ia<iJBg Hotel la  ■wwwww  WEIXSVILI^.:  ppop,  all ïraiuH  ceo. p. FOX  Fr€0 "Bus to .in.i from  S;:H»ím1" Kn^!)!« I'll  Canton, O., Sept. Ig.—There hssboen a fimt day of crowds and crushing in Canton. Three people fftSntM and wore carried awajr from tho MóKlnloy porch whcro ihey had joinr>d in the crush or thousand.«?  grasp tho RopiiWlrnn noinlntMi by th«? aand.  Aft-cr tniwIJInpt nonrly 700 mllos, tho V^cmiont deloj3jntion nmchcd Canton rarly in th«> morning, nmrchod to the McKinlcy hotim and paid thctr rcsppcts before 9 j'ckK'k.  After tho formal presentation« and rw-  îponse Govemor-elert. Oroiit, Fonat^>r Prot^tor nntl othorH imwlobrSof iuhlre.s.-ic.'i of :ongratulation.  Tho Lomln county dolpfljation joinetl the re|teiefltativts« of the Ponnsylvonia lie-jmbilcan Iwij^uo and th« Erie Tjiiicolii .dub in tho public sqnaro and nmrchwl (vifrh thtiin topíther, nenrlr 5,00) ístroní?, with n hîiif <1o7.(m Iwuidfi antl «corea »Î banners to the McKiuley houw?. Tho tuinnera on tho trains and in the KtrtM't rciid: "Tom L. ,TohnKnn'.H Steel Workcrtî," 'Our Money Is All Right, Give Us Work," "Open Our Mills,'Not the Mints," "Lorain County Sotmd Money Pilgrims," "Prot<«etion to Amcrictxn Farmers und Mwhanics."  Jud|;<e J. W. Bm^e of Oberlin siM>ke for the Ijomin euunty pí'ople and wltl tho ilelepatlon of 2.<KX) people was coiniwfçiHi mtwtly of fartner», w<»rkingnie.n and qtiar-rynien.  For the Ilepublican le/ipues of Pennsylvania and the Erie Lincotn chih, Jud^re J. F. Downing culoplz^^d Lijieoln ¡vt hnifjth and then turning to Major McKinloy, ¡aid:  "We are convinewl that no mistake will l»e made in placinp Major Williatn Mo-IvinhíT—the l«>y Koldier of IWU and the vvisennd experienctKl Btnte.muan of IS1K>— in the presidi<nti;il cliair and let nie siiy tve are goinp to do it. Lincoln l)elieved it was a wiw; policy to i>rot<x't otir home In-;luMtries. to endiNvvor to brinp: the farm cr's market ne.¡in-r aud neiirer to thi^ farm-r's floor iind .so do you. ¡ Appkuls*». i  "Lincoln lM'li(;v«>d in finoneial .sy.<itCTn which wotild at nnï t- "protect lahurapiili thccvilw ofa viciourt currency, and fticil-it^ite commrrce by ciiief and Kife ex-."hanpes,' and so do you. Linc<dn believed in s«ppn"«.'iinp rehelHon ugtiinst the 'pcacc and difiuity' of the Uniftni States, whethet In the South <>r in the North, an<l protect-lufî lili the people in tiiclr iiialienablt rights under tlie con.stitution and law.'n oí the counfi-j', and so tlo ytnr. - thmik you for your letter of iiccept;ince, which furnisiies u.'i .ho .sure .a lamp unto our feet and light unt<» our path."  The unitetl Pennsylviudans and OhioaiiH :;ha>red tind cheered .igain and again ji.s Major MeKinlcy ntounted iv chair U) Kiy: "IjfwlieH niid gi-ntleiuen and my fellow nitizeurt: T'hi're tvre repres^mtH'd in this great aH.seinl>lag.> toiiay citizen.s from the state of Pennsylvania and citizeiis froni_ niir own stAtt>; there are JïssiunbltHl hero tho citizens of Lomin county, Ohio, tho Lincoln civil) of the city of Erie, Pa., and reprtisent^itives of the l{<;publioan Leagno of the Stat« of Pennsylvania, which only fcst«<rday iidjournwl in tho city of Erie; fou ar«! lierii from «liffeniut sirctions of tho country; you ar»; here representing dilïer-ent occu|>ationH and callings in life, but yon are all heni with a common puriM).«}, all here with a common ¡üm and all man h-ing under the .sante gloriou.s old flag. [ Tremendous cries of Hurrah for McKinley. 1 £ Idd each and every .one of yon welcome t<i my home. 1 know much of niy own fellow citizen« of Ohio, who do nio honor by their vi.sit t^Mlay., [Applause.] 1 know ^onu^thing of rlie great re.sourcea of Ijoraiji ct)unty ajid of it.-i .s])lendid agricultunvl lands, its great port on the lake and it.s manvifacturiug iudustiics; but above all, I know ¡iiui value the splendid .spirit of loyalty jviul patriotism of it« people. [Great tîheering.] .  "1 bid the Lincoln club of Erie welcome to juy home. You bciir the most honored name in Riîpublie^iu annals aud none is more illustrious in the ¡mnalsof our eouti-try—a name whicTi belongs not to a single city, a single stat+', tx» any aggregation of clubs, but to tho whoU-Aniericiin people."  Aft.«'r a glowing eulogy of liincoln Mr. McKinli'V eonclutled:  "Gentlcnu-n, for the ossunince of support tetideml nte, I thanii you oiu> and rill niost heart ily and with a full appreciation of wlîfit your asHuranoo means. Fighting under the Ijanner of protection to labor ;uul honie industry, xe.oiprocity, îonnd money, patriótism, law and order, we cannot btit ma.rch, to a triumphartt victory in Xovemher. [Cries of "we will alect you all right." j  "•1 thank ynu from Ohio, I thank you from Penn.sylvania, for tho generous and  .««•»«wii^^.'wnioiii jwhRTolwwight im today; and It will afford me Klnoero plmmtre to meet.oiu;!! and evfnyooe of fow pemonally." (Grefttqheerlng.J  Aftor Major McKialcy had re«pond@d to the oombluoil dolegattons from Rrle and t,<cn«!n county, <lovemor»Llppittof Rhode Island »nd Bushnvll of Ohio arrived. Major McKinloy was fwrsonalty welcoming hlB thoummds of callow. Tho crush waa tyrriilc. William CursIcV, a Baptlut minister of I^onvln, agod 87, faintcxl in tho cmab, and for an hour was In a scrlon« condition. Physicians worn aummoncd, but Ijcforo thoy ha<l arrived R. II. Tumey of Amhcrgt, O., and Mrs. Fllcklnger of Lorain hatl Buccumlicd to the crush and heat and were prostrated and away. All this tlnm thou«andaw@re push* Ing up to the McKinloy poroh.  Governor Bushnell was enthnniaittlmlly rwMjive«! as ha stepped on a chair to say:  "My Fellow CltireuH —■ I did not expect to Bcc fio much of the population of Ohio here today. I knew that all the railrcmds are Imdlng to Canton this year, but I did not suppoM> you would all ho here on Sopt. 11. 1 thought we would wait until tho last of tho week, when things were a little cjuiet, and then come down and shako his hand and promiao him our Huppo^ and the support of tho magnificent state of Ohio. Ho has always had that, however, and is going to have It this year by a greater nmjorlty than over bofora." [Tro-mendoua cheering. I  Governor Lippittirespond«! to repeated mil«, saying in jmi't:  "Governor Buahnell and my Fellow Clt-TCnH of Ohio—-While in Kho.iu i>i,uHi n« lahtiot caf?t AH Jniiuy vofi's us you enn iir Ohio, nevertheless, a citizen of that itate, 1 tini absohttely eertnin thitt one of Ujo largest, if not the largest ,majorit1esth»t jver Rhode Island has given will he given next Novemiier t<» Will jam McKinley for president. [Cries of, 'Hurrah for llhodo island.']  "I do not believe that there 1« any con-iidenible numlK>r of ptMiple in tliat stato who are willing to take 53 cents for ona ioliar. Thoy Iwdicve that after they have worked 10 hotirs a «Itiy, more or less as the i'^vse may be, that they should n;eeive iolliir nspre.senting IDt» eents for thtdr li»-i>or and not 1% cheiip dtillar. They iMilit^vo ;,Qo that Kouiething should 1)e done in tho «•ay of inVprovlngthe- tJiriff and cftrr<»<"ting ¡he ilisiister whi<-h htis tnen «^fttiwnl by the" niactment of the Wilson tariff i)ill. They lielieve tliat whei\ yoiir fellow citizen is inatigtiratiHl jts jiresiilent of the United ^tntt^a that a change in the tarlfT hiw will ht! mad(! as will fttlfill the statements so .•)ften made that William McKinley is tho atlvanee agejit of prosp<'rity' for the Unit-3d States." [ Applau.sf. ]  PRESIDENT DEFENDED.  An Opinion Issued by Attorney General Harmon.  OOHOEBNIHG THE OHIOAOO HI0T8  aoíám That th« I*r«»(ild««t Wm Anthoir-Iscd and Jnatlfled In Interf«rln|;. I>6«ltton Tahea by Itrya» , Wid til» Chicago €«n»  ▼eBtlon f7rltleli*e«i.  Black WU1 Mnitp Few Spenbes.  Chatiiam, X. Y., Sept. 12.—The Hepub-lican nomim e for govcrnor, Hon. Fnvuk Black, and thriM'of his oppom-nts in tho Convention, Charles T. Sa.xton, Arehio Basterand George W. Aldridge, attendeil the co\inty fair hcre jind liie tliree ili>t madt^ Speeches. Mr. Black avoided poli-fcics in Iiis sptHX'li and tin> olhor gentlemen ialkwl about farming. • This is IjOU f'ayne's honie and the atti-ndance of hvid-t>rs was a compliuicnt to him. Mr. Pkitt htid been e.xpectcd, but was detainetl by Imsim-fis.  There were also hcre Colnnel Cole, ri^p-resenrlTig tloveriior - Morton; Stat-»^ Com-mittcenuui Barnes, General S. C. Wileyof Catskill, .Tudge Cady of Hudstm and ex-Assemblj-man fttmiiner.  Ont^ result (u tise meeting was signifikant, the Statement iiy Mr. Blacli that ho will do little if any speechmaking.  lírynn Kíart?» Southward.  Lr\<>ii.\, Neb., S(>iit. lá.-The silver clul)3 of this city, hr;vde<l ijy a bniss baml, i^corted-Wtlliam Jennings Brj'att t« the depot, where a large crowd had gtithcrcd to s,-iy goodby t<i the nominee.  Mr. Bryan sf,irted on his campaigning trip thnnigli tlav South tind East, taliing the Mis.souri Pacific traitifor Kansa.sCity. Tiicre will be deinoustnitions along the route, among which will 1k" those at Xe !)raskii city :uid at Union. At the iir:>t mentioned place it is expected a largo crowd will meet and listen to Mr, Bryan, a stop of 20 minutes hiiving been urrangtHl for.  Mrs. Biy^iin w;ill not accompany her hus band, through tile .South, but it is cxptKited she will join the party later.  I'anl ViindiTvtjort'.'i View«.'  Omaha, Nt.di., Sept.' 12.—'Pauí Vander^ voort of (>inai)a. pn'sident of thi- Hefonn Presa assoi'iatioh, bet^ti-r knitwn as the nviddlo of the road P()pul!sts, in ,'it\ inter view touehittg the. eíTorts ró liave Sewall withdraw and Wsitson substituti><l on tiie ticlict, went into details of the situation in tiie Southwesi where he s;iid the Pi>i)u lists hold the balanc(M)f ¡»owtT. He dt cliired that the vict^ }in'sidcni must be con ceded to thi^ Pojítilists or Bryan cannot l)o i'lected. He entered into a scathing d luniciation of many prominent politieiana and concluded witli an ajipcal to tiic Pop ulists to force Watson on the ticket.  WEI.I.SVILLE, N. Y.  UDdi'vided Profits and Surplus ^OUjUUU  I>oino«Tatlc ("aueoM»'« In Erie Omnty BvfFALO, Sept. 12. — Democratic cau discs were held in the FortT-seventh Forty-eiglith and Forty-yinth senatorial districts.—A~ very hitivy- voti^ Wiis polletl In the Forty sevi-nth Alderman J. J. Ken netly will be the nextfih»r<*connnitteen)ai\ Cuneen's withdrawal from the fight leav ing him a clear field. Both the organ tion and fn'e silver tyen ;irc claiming; vit^tijrj' in the Forty-eightli and Forty ninth and the result is not vet known.  rRANTZ Mystery of I?«-  original s!<in-t hai lit tk'lf whilr they wiTe fright in; ilir.'w in-r  W F JONES. President: H. H. FURMAN. Ca.h.er  C; A FARNUM. Vtee-Prest. J- B. JONES. Asst. Cashier  ■ transact©"'^-"  ai-f-miMTS Solicited. Cimimercial Paper Discounted and LO^NS  Terms......No^lntereet-Fatd .......  WIUJAM P. JONES  ^^^OJmmx wrnmm  DIRECTORS;  'GEORGE- «.-.BROWÄ.  J. iAiMaR»cfi 'i&mA  liill OS'ered Hmny S^bntitutiosis.  Ai.hany, Sept. 12.—Senator Hill has re-CMvtxl several Invitations frt)m .,delegate.3 from différent counties in the state who.so delcgation.s are uninstructed, inviting liim to ticcept .substUutions in tlieir ste m1 as tkleg;ue. t<) the Búllalo convention. H  them, bui it Ìn dc.ubtfui whetlier he will consent to enter tlu> convention a-, a .sui)-utitute. _ _____.  Bryan and Wat.wn NotUlcaíioiis.  WAstUNGTON, Stípt. 12.—Chairman But-lejîiif the.rPopuiist-.iia.tiun;vl coumskttAie r»'-. rt'ived a letter from Senator Allen, ehair-man <tï rim notifleatioii <'otnmittee, iti-forining him tlrat his letter Of tiritiiieation would l)e deUverfd 1« Mr. Bryan on the l.-ith inst. Senator Butlet'-'s letter to Mr. •WatJitiH wlU be.th live-nul-uu tJicii;uiie.ility„  Wasutîtston-, Sept. 13.—Attorney Oen-eml Harmon has fumlahwi tho following for publlcAtlon :  I have ooncludctî to givo a ptiblle answer to the many inquiries niiwle of me upon a Bubj<»ct of gr<<<\t moTnent t^ which general attention 1» now dinseted. Mr. Bryan in hi« letter jwicepHng the nomination for pre.sident by tho convention at Chleago ampliflcn tho protest which that convention made In Its platform against federal interference In Iwal afTalm, which, strangely enough. Is not found in the platforms of the other two conventions which have also nominated him.  "Ab nothing elst» has been done or proposer! which they can possibly apply, these protests were intendetl and nn-derstootl to lMMllrect<«l against the recent action of tlwi president in forcibly supprt-ss-ing riotous disonlers which htid st^tppetl the C4»rrlag(i *>f tlie »nails and ijiti fstato commerce and ere defying tho civil olll-ccrsof the Unit«! St<it4>s.  ','Tho pn'sident took thi.s action not only without the n«que.st, but in some instances a^lnstthe protêt of the authorities of the Btato in which the riots occurred, and Mr. Brj'tin, ttiking st ction 4 of artiche IV of the constitution t^> be the law on the FUibjci^t, plwlpis himself agjiinst any repetition of the violation thereof, whi'-h his let ter necessjjrily chargiis. He vindieate.stlie wiwlom of the framers of the constitution by decliiring that the local authorities '¡tro litter cj^twiUfltitl than the f>re»i+lent jmljte' of the necessity for ftnleral ¡\ssistance.'  "The sectiofi of thec<instiiution toAvhlch Mr. Bryttii rt^fers is ¡is ftdlows:  " 'Thi; Unit<Hl States shall guarantee to every state in this unionareimblican form of government ;ind shall protect each of them against invasitm; and on aiiplif-ation of the legislature or of the exixîutive (wlien the legislature cannot Iw convened) agtiinst domestic violence.'  "This Bocticm plainly refers merely to the proti*ction of the stat^-s against interference with their authority, laws or property by dotiH^tie violence and tiiey :iro wisely made the sole judges whetlier and when they need such protection. ?klr. Bryan lietrays a eorisciousiu-.ss irf lli<- Um ■ it«l operation of this provisit)n in the expression 'Federal assist^ivc»;' in th« chiuse I have quotetl.  "But by the expres.s temi.s of tht? constitution a state has nottiing to do with the maintenance of the atithority or the execution of the liiws of tho United States witii-In the territ<)ry of tlie state. Tlie pHìveti tion and punisiimentofoffense« conntH-t^Hi %vith tile mails, with interstate commerce and with the administration of justice in the federal courts, are committed to the generili government and to it nlotu'.  "Acconling to 'Mr. Bryan there is sonu»-where iinpiietl in the constitution, for it is nowherti e.Kpressetl, ¡i prohilntion of the  use of force by the United States against f «ih's on land iti persons wlio within the limits of ii stan; may be succt>ssfully resisting its otïieers and conipletel.v p;ir:ilyzing all its opera-tiotis its a government unless th<; loc.al authorities .shall lirst inak(> request or give con.sent.  "This is contrary- to the setthnl principle that while the fedenil government is one whose openvtion is confined tocert^iin subjects it has, !is ti) th<ise.sulijects, ¡ill the jit-trilmtes of sovereignty, atid one of these is always and everywhere, within tht! territory of the states which compose ir, to suppress and y)unish those who in anywise 1nt4>rferf- wirli the exercise of it;; Lr,vfui powers.  The fact that thenvare within that territory other governments exercising sovereignty over all msitters not .so committal to it, aan inakii no difference iintler our double form of government, tho essential principle of which is a ])artition of powei s t-o W exercised independently over the tMime territory.  "This sovendgn right of the United, State's necessarily fidioWs its otìlcers and agents everj'wlierei they go, prorectlng and maintaining them in the di.schaf.iie of their duties. Cotigress has aeconiingly, by Kcirtion of the revised statuii  autiiorized the pr»>siilent to use the ttrnied forces of the government in aiti of stat autliorities when reijuested 1)y llicm ;i provided in the <'ousritution, and has also by thi> following s»'<'tiou, i),2it,S, autliori/.ed him to employ such forces upoti his own judgnicnt alone, a.^ainst 'unlawful oî>-etruction, combinations or assemi>lai;es of persoh.s, in whatever state or terrilorv then'of, the la ws of tiie.United States m.iy -l>e forcibly otntosTtl-or the exec«tiiUt theri of fon-ibly (>i<stfucted.'  "It wiis nnder^th(> ¡lo^vr-r conferret! lithe section last naine<i that, the I;it<' re bcllion was suppressed. Mr. Bry.in's doe trine that this law is unconstitutional i mon- dangerous than that of se<'ession: the liitter at least left tlie governmen Bome jKiwer ¡aid autiiority iti the tei i iii>ry of the state which shtMtld choo.-e to main; Mr. Bryan's would re<lui'o ii to tin Idle, mimicry'of the stage.  "It miitìt lie tliat Mr. Bryan, antiit tlii many deinands on his time aud attentioi ha.s fallen into an inadverLouce, 1 t.iinuut belie\e th.^t he ii-ally ihink-. (he pr« sident  NEW ORLEANS BANK TROUBLES.  Itoak »f rommerr«< KinaMy <'f»nip<>tt«><l to í'limi» It* I» «ir». Nkw Out.lîAVs, Se. ' î-.' Thi' Batìk Commeret». whi-h iverybody thought would %veather the wa^e of di-tru-t und fitinplclon Whielí the r> enti wn < }< of (he Attierlcan Nivtifm.»! liani' "-î.u ted, h.nsbeen compelle'l to citi'-;.» U.-( dniyr^  There was a lurge erowd onf dile tb.e Imnk, but everybody was orderly .and all the bluiM'Oiits h;ul i<i do wï)*- tf» cle.ar n pfvs-Bagewiiy for the jH-de^tri.ins t^) pass on Ity tho walks. Surnd.-e'i were l>eing fnvly almi l»y the crowd, but the substatiees g<«cme<l U> 1x1 thiit (he B.tnK of rionmi/xit; had adopt<Ml the otily < onr ;e left to it.  At Ir.'ift in the iift.-rnf>nnr there wa« a lively run OK (lie l'eo])le^. bnuk. l)(>])OS-Itors lloeUcd to the Institution and fonn< «l int^i line bi;fore tiie jwiyinjr felh-r'-. window.^ So miiny people were in line that it ext<'nde<l into the -.! reels. There was eun-Hiderable exiitement, imt no tnuilde of any kind. 'I be oilieid.. ..f the. P» opl.e.) Imnk tlti not M-em to í>e,.''í¡oiried over (lie run, and all elsiM-ks for ^lO!) or underare tx'ing rapidly eashini.  Frank H. Le.f.. and Lonî-s Culomi«'. bookkeepers in ihe, Unioti Niition.-tl I'.anU, have b"eîi arrest, d at iheb.-uil; !ty a rni( ■ imI State-; deputy mar-li.il. The ijie' itie charges against tlu-m huve ixit ye? dev.-l-ojhmI.  Colombe- w;r) iiof tnlien into'-u r idy as hewai too ^iek to ■ h-.ive hi-i hnUie. He is under ai-re-a, however. ;it hi•^ bini-e.  Ijeefi- wa'. !irr,ii'Tned and held in bomls fora he.iring. His bond wasimuie-tliately signed. He deeiitied t'i niíike a Btaí4»inent.  The charge is falsifying accounts. • Two BCts or bool-;'. w.Te Ic-pt. Tile tlefait ar!e>n is repfirted to be in tlse neighborhood, of |;>f.Ki,l>Of).  WEEKLY ^DE REVIEW  Business Outlook Throughout the United States.  BETTEE PS0BPE0T8 IH BIGHT.  Inffi-nno Tn Hrivtand For Flnlnhi^ fr»» diirt«, llínvrvcr, Comp» Slowly. JïiiyinR' In Komp Linrn lï«-oominf; lïrInk—Other  TRIPLE MURDER AHO AflSON.  Moth«r a»4 ««n Mimn  MUi?DER CASE.  Death Develojii  lo MttÎ!  Aeiv F« ili lires.  T)AYT(»X, o., Sept, r.'.-'l'he case of Ab lH;rt l'Yant/., ch;ii-g«ti \\iî!i tiie bevrayaî and murder of l.tMlc is di>,veio|iinij  info one of ¡lie most mysterious critues on nword.  Chief of Police Farridl has ascertained  Nrw rnnR. Sept. 13.—R.fl. I>nn & Co.'»  weekly review of trade:  Belti'r prospiv-ts and relief from mon«-t.sry anxiety do not yet bring larger do-mand for ilnish<>d prtKlucts, though large buying of pig imn, wool, leather, hide», coiton and otlirr niateriiils continuo to show growing Injllef that a gen«'ral up-v,ard movement in price« will come with the re|ilenl.;hment of ilcnh»r«' utftck« thl« fall. Most I'lricefi air" extremely low, bo that nothing niore than an ordinary d<ï-ni'ind wouhl .advance Ihem. But bank failures a! New Orleans causo ttinponiry lu-iitalion. erop returns indioata di«»p-jioint nient- in souiecf>(ton and some spring wheat slates, price-i i.>f (-.orn a,nd oats make it unpiiiMiable fi> sell at present, the number of nuirnifacturing work.i and mines in oj>eratii>n does not pdii, btit rather do-creases, red net ions of wages am Bomewhat ■ninuerons, oec.-isionally resist«! 1>ystrikes, and all these eondition.'í diminish for a tlni.> tlie buying power of tho pcioplo. While many think geneml improvement eauiiot eonieiintil theelwtlonha«removed pollrieal uncertainties, others expect soon to see rh(< result anticipated In trade. The Wivkl.v output of pip iron decrcafsed tons in August to i:W,iM)0 tons, Hirainst 'M7,:'(,hì in Xovs'mber, a shrinkago of ;íO per cent. Other work« Btill liavo stojijied si tire SeftteiniKîr liegttn.  The output of ConneilHville eoko was  FatftUjr WummOeit, Bottom, Hallf»*, K. a,  epcclal stay»:  Shortly afi®p mldnlfrht last night» ribledonbl» mttrderand »mm was mm. niitUjd at M«dowbr»>ok, n, imnJl station on the Interoolonlal railway aliout elghi inlloi; from the town of Moncton,  Mm. EUm. Dwtcher and her li-ycar-old boy were mnrdmsl, the house sfterwai'4 fir^ and th« bodl«» cremated. Manggi», Mr». Dutcher'fl !i-year-old daughter, wfiw rescued from tho burning building, bat ■he 1» not expected to live.  The girl'« Mt car lg «pUt open and her left cheek cut and «nm^od, pPBWsnting a horrible night. It wan the girl'« reflOuothAl revealed the terrible nature of tho crtint and showed that the firo was not ocqI' dental.  The mardaml wonum wimi known te hare kcptconHtdemhlc money in herhonso, and this may hare been tho motive.  Tho prmtcnt exritcment prevails in the locjilUy, and should tho itorpetratoris be caught lynching will likely follow.  Kmp^mr William In Command. GoeUUTZ, Sept. 12. — Emfwror WilHivm has ais,«ium«l command in jwrson of iN en«tern fore«»»! engage<l in th.« army mur nouvrws. Ills majesty pushed his !efi wing forw-anl wUh cxccptioiml TapJdltr, occupi'il comnuiodlng grounds, sopportod hSfl cent^'r with a bsitti-ry of W) guns and finally took iip a position on the iiloi>e ol the Strohniberg, coniiwUlBg the Simona U yield all along the line,  Speelal K*<!l»e Ag»at Appointed. • Albany, Bept. 12.—Excise Commiwlo»' er Lynxan appoint«d Foster M', Mabee of Owego, a veteran, as n special esciw ag^: for th« Sisth Judicial distrlet.  THE Markets.  tliat- was used and now he is huntlntr tiu! wv^apon that l-'rantz riirew inbi .-^tilhvaier river wit!i liessie Little's Immìv, so a:-to identify it as ttie one l-'nint/, bnuglu .  Diver Grah.-nu of (^ineiiiuiiti has lieen at work here all day M-arehing ihe l)i>ttum of the river v.'here i'"raiifz, em hi.s own con-fi'SsioH, tUrew tiie i.ody froia tl-.e i.riilye.  Hundrtxls of peopli: liiù-d tlie h.anks of tin- riVer, and the exeiit-uieTii incfease.s dailv. Meantiim* ¡'fan!/ slicks to his  Li!  li'.il  i' shot, her-and in Iiis Ì t he river.  Diath »1 l'r..re..sur i liil.I.  Boston, Sept.. I-.'' —l'ror..,.-..i- Fr-uieis .1 Child, J'h.-i)., l.L. !>., (.f llarvar-.i university, liasdied ;it 1 let.AlaiiSHehnSetts-general ln>spiral, ;iged 71 years. 1 ■ri>t'es>..r ('hiìd was pt-rìiaps the must Icarned gentleman in tiie Harvard eoìntiiunity. and ;-inee i,!i<> deiirth oi' Pi'oS'e-ssiii' daiui!.-, Uwigiil \V!ìSI-ney. the gei.il',ii'is^, \vhii-lì oi-cuìTeii iti jVu-giist, Pr<fft;sspr (."hiUì's natui- iius been at. the tuj) of tlie list ol ia-^t! ueiui.s a-inuiiiLd in the order of liieir s'ei-vicrs .ar Harvard. He v,-art b u-n iu Caiata-idge i'"eb, 1, iKj.'i.  liaw.;uul.w-hfHv4^>.-Ht^yi-borrghr rhr-reV0lvi-i............TGi;roo-|öns  Oct. fi, last y<-ar, and ñ,(UO ovens are at work against then, with 10,«.*) work  ers now idle.  The niatuifactuivl' of boots and shoes la Rhijijiinir larger ipiantitles than ever bti-fore in Septe!nb(>r, though mainly of low gntde goods, and has not yet finished all orders for the current season, some shops Imving fur vme or two month.H ahernl, especially in women's shoes, though a greatr er nmiibep havi- ne.arly or quite closed the peason, and uiaiiy ali; taking stock.  Sah s of wool for the ww;k have about equaHetl the normal conFumption, for the lirslliinein several inontlis, not beciiusc manuf.H tnrers liave more orden» or arc deing more work, for no pain Is swn in tlic ileinnnd or output. The buying ia mainly «¡leeuiatiye, im.sed on the belief that iiriees must advance.  No eonsideraide decrease apjmrs in the enormous stock of ¡»rint clotlis, although the ^(ut!>ut has hi-en reduccil aliout half for two months, and a lifth of the year's priKliicti'in remains in tlie hands of maker-,, but thev lt;tvi-ativanci.si the price ¡1-16 durimi (lie week. For other good.s there is a ÎM trer dem;ind, and manufacturers have .-idvanceil ¡>riees bmiusivof tho rising ciot of m;iterial. tlie average for all cot-ton.s hàviîiir risen .>..'J per cent sincoAug. <), bni sKM-iis of many kinds are large.  Tlio Fiii.tncial Clrn)nicle's annual re|)ort makes the ia-'^t crop of cotton 7,163,478 líales, 1 ite eon*uniprìon .Vorth and South ;uid the exports 4,712,913 during  t he y(>ar.  Wheat <leeUmH! 1 -ctent, bat then-advanced, e1o>ing I eent up for tho week. We.-tern rei-i-ipts still exceed last year's, h.'tving beet! in two weeks 11,22«,038 bush-eds, against ln,:ì2:i.2HS last year, while At-laniic tíXpoi-í>. (lour Sneludeii, imvò been for the .-ame weeks bu.shßls,  auain-t .2. í ¡7.s72 last, yetir. Com 1» almost wiîc.lly OU! of danger, and tho yiuld ia geticrally expe<'t-e<i to lie the largest, ao tlie ¡)rice iîere is tlie lo\V(*sfc ever known.  r'.iiì,iircr< for the v,-eck have-bçfm 315 in the l.'niteil States against 187 last year, ;iral 47 in Caiia<la against 34 la.^t vear.  Hew York Moaey MarMct.  New Yobk, Sopt.. IL ■ Monwy on call, per cent. ■ Prime morcantií« i^por, s»«r cent.. BtvrMiigexchang«: Actaal basini» la baak-era* bUls, «.SF»4fgi4,84 for dwnana-; $481^1 4.B2 for 00,day». Pt»tod mtm,  .&aá.$íMlia.iMÍ4...........-..........................................................................  OoHiinercial bilte, «.8L ßilver certiflcates, eaji-gíé^jií«. Mexican, . Bar silver, 6ô->ic,  . or.b i  Alisa NY, has issued ;in order in be void (lie e-aiiceUal loi t  by <'iMiipt roll« r Kobertn. ^ept. 12.--('omití K'ol  wltieh lu oi- il,e ;  >rts. i¡<d(!s ro lute . la.K wnrihlp :!t). Hamilton eouiiiy, matle in. Isw2 by former Couiptrul-ler Wempie. Tills order changes the owiliTshi)! of some -lo.oüo aere-, of land from A. C, Hail and otherfi to the Hfuiiil-ton I'ark eomtiany. It also raisi-s (jues-tion of ilie cancellation of sales whteli may result in the retm'n of .-uim.-2o<),ìk,»ì) acres of forest land to tlie .-^taie.  SPORT ON THE DIAMOND.  Games of Ibe !-:asfet'a and National l^cujioe <lnl>s-Uther Xolvs, Yesterday's game.s oi TÌi»; iOa-Tcru anil tíational lea^üe-. re'suiieil as toihavs:  At Kosdiester--lioe!iest<-r, i>; .^yraeuie.-a.. At ■ W.ilkes-BaiTe — Wilkes-Barré, P; Springfleld, 7.  At Scrant(>n — .^cranu.m, ;>; Pn»videnec.-4. ■ ■  At BulTalo—TìuìTalo, 7; Torout«), ö.-  :'¿ATU)"NAi.K, At-BaUinjureBalrimufe. 5; Brooklvu, 10. : , ■ " • At Washingioa~-W;is;iingioii, Ti; I'hil-  adelphi.a, li.  At iMltr-í>ur.ü:---IMnsí>ur,.x,, 2; Cliicairo, 4. At Loui-.vilh—^ LéuisvìHe. Cineiii-iiuti 2. .  DECIDED FOR SCUDDER.  New York Frodtic® Mtoftat. FLOUa-Clty miila p&tmt, UMm,m-, city nillla clear, $4.30; -WlHter jä»^ .  winter atrsit8, wiator ■&trm..$2JX  ($2M; do low grsdm, f^mmM'. Mtont^ta pat^nta.. MEU^Ä .hÄsr»', t2.»i  2.»; Biiring low grades, aprtag 'ex  tra, IS.ÄKfsa.ao. - 8o»thera floar, ».Ä-  COBNM.lLiU>-Yel!ow vrwtertt» «irso, B5ej brandywim;, $3.®; city.STe.  RYE .fancy,  ߥB—Stat-e, 4So doliverwij Ho.-2-wtwtara, Wmi^G c. I. f.  BAKLBf MALT—W^tani. -fö^STsc; Ho. I ' ■wi-stern, C^^Ttto; twt^-j-w-^ödjSlc. s-tiv;'©d da,. «yi75c.  ' BABLE¥-F«M51ng, ßl^W^ c-1. i-; malting,-; -west-era No. 2, Milwai&ee, SUgm^a o, i. f.'; western. »gJlc c. i. f.  BUCKWHEAT FLOUB-Spot sod to arrive, «1.25.  WHEAT—Spot ealw No. 3 red utam and el©-vatiOr, ; (M}.4C atitwit; f. o. b,; No, I  northern, (&Tiß t. a. b. aftcÄt; No.T' h&rd.t^fc f. o. b. afloat; WV^e deliTerod. Options; No. 2 r«d May closed «i «Mc: Sept., M^; Oct., Wü-ic; Nov.,65->4O; B»-«.. «»^  COaN~8pot sale« of Fa 2, elevator; afloat; No. 2 «-Mi©, »te; steamer whit«, ^Mo; steamer mixed, SlJaC.; do yellow, Optloa»: clo.tw.1 Sijc; ßept., SSJ^c;'  Oct., -ÄJio; D««., 'Älic.  OÄT8-Spot-sal»» ofKo4^. iite,; No,Sdeiitc crod, 21c; No. 8, No. 2 wMt«. No. 8 white, 21 e; track white w«stera, lÄi ate; track whit« state, track mlsed  we8teru,,17»."21c; trwk white, Op^mxt ■  Sept.. 20c; tkit,,'Äto; Dec. 81c.  liAY-Öiüpping,«>^»ic; ^od to choice, 72  - . '  POBK-Old to newm««.l7.NXS8.25; fmiaily, |0.23<a 10.25; short clear, laOO^.«); extra prime, tW-OO.  BCTTER-Woäätcra diilry, Bii-lSc; wcfit.-rn tfreamery, 11 V^lO'itc; do factory, elRins,; Ifi'jf'; iinitaiirfU creamf-ry, state dairr, 10<i.l5c; do ersiaKiprr, li^'-.'.iaS«-  CilE'lir^E-Staic, large, ßiauli. fan  cy, ©V^ic; part fikims, SA&Se; iiiii skimss,  if MC. • ............'  —Stato »nd Peanaylraiii», 1.5'-i'2;!TcJ west-era fnsÄ, IftälBc; ■iceho-tjsis,-', Bottthera,-irei^h, TÄfiSHc- -  .Idliati ami i in-ix tt  NKW YUUM, .-^eiii. 12.......h  sav.s he will meet lioliert  ■1ÍV Í1  ■ ami n„'e.  ! la  thi  Ia!ter"s^ . When Julian,  ••We .-»re iH-i'leetl Cor-; el( a'l. (he tìlìu haVi" jur-t leU-irrapl do l)usin< - \>,. I luuues ( 'J he i.'uilec  •■We it IN.  Bouie otiiiTmeet iiu andwc will suri-lv  o Meet. - - .  ne.-. .1. (\)r!.ett  reiy accept iii  in  "F.I  I.e there  ill no i < 1  l.«n»|r Cojiîi-ntion Ovor Type .Sptting M®-ebiiH'.^ Fhiiilly ICodert,  Y\"ASHTNi!toS:„ Sept. 12.—There has Im»» , ])em1ing in the patent oftico for aliout t lire*» years a contention Ix't-wéon. W; ' S. I SVudder and" Ottmar Mergenthaler aà:' to i priority e.f-iavenf ion il) lìhe casting mív . ciiin'es ili T-í g.'t.fd to, first, the niattrix Txir, ^ having a -cries of type matlrwT.s on, its eiige-' intiepi'iuienlly useable; se<-o.nd, com-piosjng. meeiiaui.-.m b'tras.si.-'mbiing th« type ijìat!,ric<\-, in line and a series of stops to arre-t tiie mat.trlx at its proper place in the line; third, meehanisni for seltxiting and eoiulueiing the mattriees to a place oí .■t-;send)lai.-e and adjusting them Individ-uallv in t.'rder into a common line. ..  Ihe ciinnnis.-soner oí jiatent.s finds all tìnse- i.'-sires eoviTum also .a few mmor P IMI- PI f.'ot .if -xuddiu ant! t'.vi.oo  iviiuliv  Ajiaii l)<-ie;sts iîoh.-tt. .f.  1' .o\ .! time in tl [non Ko! 1 ind ! .. V  I-I ,1 W.IS ¡le.i  ■■ I'r.ulk Atri ti ti . íijd >  ■n I)  Il \v. V í  law.s to maintain the trovt riiment t iilt n-' ¡ ¡ t,,iiiil  ed to hi-, charge Nor c,m I beli, \ e t h it Mr. Br\.Ill mean-, to promi'-e or (o m.ila or permU others to think he has promi-ed not to iiiterlere il he hhould be elected and the situation of t he riots of Isifl .shonUt orlst> di.rin.x hi-« t« ne, i wiU noi lt,-Uti'v questi <11 I Khi t hl - ( n nv It d i i^iliA^ i or his sineentv as a public man. t er-toïnlj his littii 1- ^'ci.ei ilh n.i-.-'ii d i StOtid unless It- means euher (hat Mr. Bryitn tli'uk th, pu-uh nt hi ^ no j ou r or- -that ht wouhí hiOM-lî nm-u-íe e i' «kcted, _______________  it ) if', I . u  1 Ml I i<. \s 1 1 Uíf p . d md tr.ieU  t» r )1 I') Ì "< b I' 1 \ Ji.il 1  -Second, ami  N. 1  loTl  ,Uii)nî'.Ti mr And l Sind m  1 MU.U't.  t th.at he .lünsíau  ä 1 " i. I  .Sii v.-rites  Caucusi-s wef . + itiir  mìei I  proe,-  'i Inu , o ) , Allaiitie  NKW V(II;K. man oí the \  1>P.>U d|l till 1« .„n. 'o M, . moneys withii oMut th'n p, 11. u Ml Irom the-  r. IM I. .'I i  1 \  ar, i-s)i,n (t- foîlou i. otih (h ,î f^c'idder eos-l'ii a-i an o>^-ani/ni pr;.»-Í istarya-» May. JSSH) •coded îhencti under all the if i-h.e case with rca.soimlile eonstî'neî.ion of his nrtTjl  ¡ ."i.nh r ti loi I-, 1H'J,Î thtr^'' M 1, ev,aTdtd to (it. !-;ou ol Ihe i\aui reversi'd. ' .  Sweep «H-îeaus Comity,  ^ iL' l)enHX;rat!o  hi Id rhroughout Orinivi  i <v> ti e lo £o 1 people htó  i' - I. i> ' .sìul ^^ .11 ciìtiirol t-t,Kh-.y''H ^ J' • • t h (!'( , ib.rf, th,- AlLÙm \ ili! far the {k.icnt  BuBlilo Market*- |  - BcWAio.^Sept.ll, . ,WHEAT-No. 1 hard, 64^; Ho.' i' nonksfn^-:, 'Winter wheat: No. 2 red, fiSfsio. , ^ ■■ i . COBN-No. S'y«llow, No.2.25}^;, No. 0 • ysllow.SCi,-^-.'..-■■ ■ • - - -f  OAm<~No.-3'%vMie, 21}4<3-; Ko. 2 roissd, ■ By&-No.2-,.38e. . - ' - ' '  FLOUR—Spring wheati best patent, per bhL,', |3.Skm75; low grad«s, ri.l&;#3,25; wLater '.  best quality., ; gnOiam,. j  BUTTKB — State cr«amcry, t7®>lilc; w«»t«r3a ' do, I7c. - . • , -  CHEESE--Fftnny. fall crasm, Cta, choieido."  ; light »Mm»-. 4(iAo: skim», Be«S~aiat«, loc; Canada aad weatera,. 142-^  ______ . . I  East Baffalo ..Stock M-arkct. ^  CATTL.n —Extra eit>-crt .^t ^ri, RCvvi lU), cho.ca i'.ilc-heru',  Si.'Oi. IW UKht h.iaay do. $4i.'SXis.i A,; and hi"ift'r->, esira, i^» 50, ca'vfItoavjr fed, (.x* i J , V i ."i'-,, 'ii 0 Zi  bHElil' ANi> LAMSri—Choxfa io nrtra W^TII ers. OiX« 4 lo, fev^nl t ■> eh. len p, «>>,; S-sSf, coisiKioTi t-o fair, ti 5tX,3 2.C,'j; choice tjes-tra 5Ei>rir:g laintoh. co.ij.siosi to  ■ i  HOGA—Heayy. IS.3Kifai.40; in«.*diasa asd mix- ■ ed, $3.«^.»; Yorker«, pig«, I3.-S0® '  a®). . rf  ^il I r < il HI 111 Hi  V . ' » to i-. ^^ pi  mitte»  •ai  'I -.M  1  eaiu  ■lub I  'J-  Nw  Il ii  -o ¡ it iiuî >' d ' iJ 4(>  Kîcci.'iî, — Ihi jiemofc-  V . i udì n i h.e  Nhi. n I 1 ' llUhl li  ut fndîttïmaor  Vaiiscr î or ìow;ìTiSìc. íJ  1», 1 K , ^^p; ij - ¿en^tcr Palnu r, uctoi.ip î,uîod ly /¡i'- wife, h H for LûuSh'iiljc where he .itul fîeUL'-aT will Ih; iiotî}.<\i i-!nUy of í.hüir uoiiiinMion > for pre.-idt'.t and \KO president by îhss Xatioual Dcmos ratte £v.  Wiliset'ead Condng t<ti iilraeîîtî»,^^ Livn.'iK'i Mpt. IJ •—Tho Cutsani hnU ptvaio-hip I u< iuu, Mhich tiiüU-d lor York from îhi prrt tx?vl.»v, and -çvhï, b| %vtil ÎO n 1» .it (iueeustf'Vfi.. t^rronvw, ■wilL en .Kirk \liud tï.orgà' Wbu^licac, tbtj t^sv p-iî^t.i a pri'-f(,i. >, ac, nily re J h \ t^l fioi 1 P' 1 II p* -OM I  FikjtîSlH Ttw r tTopixfyi-s N'? 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From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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