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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 6, 1900, Wellsville, New York                                 ■  Äli  iS  ■-f ^ . i  vou XX. NO.  WELLSYILLE, N. Y; SATURDAY, OCTOBBR B IBOO  Naval Fíeet Sought to Attack Russian Cruiser.  littslo«M fbroagttoiK the Catmtry.  fOR-K, O0t.. 6.—iBrads^treet't review of tmfii!'flays;  I^spHf «mo Irregularity: both «« to ■aem-and and prices, due partly to warm.  __rninj' iv«>athor. but llkewis'» a rMUcxior,  , of a. in-'5itanny to fnnbark Ini^.-ly ir.  ALLIED PQUADRONS WILLEE3EUT p-^niihisr iMiitirai ov.-nis.  Killed Hefself and Two Children In Horrible Manner.  Snlil Tlmt Thoy WJU Tore» the CIil ricet to Cnpttulate or »fVlU I»««tr tt-~€Iilna fialtt tn 11« Fln^lnff to Oaln Time t paro I>crfli)S  the genenil .tono of ìi-«(!c is a oné ami (ionJltlence a» to tbs «utloiSk tac huHlnesa in the baiane© of tho year Is notatale.  Ten cent cotton !s the koynofo to the peri favorablìe report which cointri? from the Boulh and the chara<;ter of rei»rt9 from this Bection Is more nearly fav-©rable ihiin for touny years paRl at  __________^ this ilint'. The indiritrial outhiok hai-i  I h'^cn tmiinivi^d by th« i^ifiiilnii of thr tiii-LON'DON, Oct. r>.~Tt is reportod in' P'-if" '»ut tho anthni«hc ro.il jUt-  S!t. IVtcr-iÌHirf? to ¡.he corres- , "^ tion oii tho surfiico nt K-ar-t. rath-  ' «r moro inifiivor.'ihle than a wwk asio, more minrr" b^-inpr idie and producrtion  favonibk. THIBD 18 DÌING AT HOSPITAL.  irirsl Sh« Trli«<l »« influe« ïlisr O «prtnsi« to Drink Carbxillo Aclfl, Bat rh*-y Uff«»««!—It»volv®r Thcii IJfiod to A<r pUih Turilo*«».  I  ponilenl i>f Tho Ti»ncH '.vt th«.- UuH.-ii.-m capital th.it ih- Chlncno floei in Foi'-«uni! ntt.M)U)tiM\. to enK^ri!.?.'- th»» Russian annon-d crui:K'r Rurik, but the latter"ii apeed frustrated the plan.  slfM'liìy <Iliiiiiilsbhiiî. ;  SjU'C^lally »rood ro;io)-t:a coîn»» from tlu-hoot and and a!llo-l trad'--, w.hii-h  aro actlvÇi with prices Ann and tend-  The corresponde.nt say|} it Is probable Ing upward, tha't iho nîlîiMl «quadrons ^vUl forc-e the j Special -.vcakncss i.«? noted In the sugar  Chtacpe tleot to <.-apilulate or will des-Í m-íH-tk^al break of  h i '' eorner as much as to thi?  , »U passinK of :ihe canning seaíwm and the  .Shnnfcna! '.a^n-Tjotmce . that Intention of fh»- rertnet^les to  the impi j-lal edict dated .Sept. 30, order- reopon the war In prims. Spedo!  inß the eovirt to bo removed to Si Ngan strength is noted in provi.sions and ho« was i.-sucd uwing to the fainint? ai. product In which tho very stron!? sta'  Tai Yuan Fu, capitaJ of the province of Shan  They also expre.a.s the opinion tliai the ol.)jcct of thr- recent edict'; i-^-itardiiiH; the deg rail-all en of,; Chinese peiv-onages of hifîh ranif i.-;. 'niendy to gain time and to enable China tv.> be In a Inllvr position t'li d.'fy the ¡towiH-s, .as :he new capital vvill be vuiualiy inacceaiîible from the euusi.  He t.iys th.n '.h ■ Chin.'-.se iirsnly he-liev;e in the existance of a IlnsHlo-Ger-nmn aKrt.-i-.'ut-ni lueJer wlilch linssia will i'ake all tlie territory north of the ffreat waH ¿¡rid rterniaîiy the !)r.n'iîiC'.i--î of Chi 1,1 and Shan Tuns'.  The Tinv ; Î i'iii-i ■.•..■nta.tlve at Sharui-hài ■•!( i;; h"]|eved here that  hig-hly infl ininiatory . dicta are being- issued i^eta-elly -.tnii tiiaî the recent puldic edhcis' are only itirended to h.io(iv.ink the '  . FRENCH NOTE IN FULL.  CJovorntnoMt Olvu» I'ublifUy to Its Com-municutlon to tho I'ovscM.  PAIÎI?, Oct. «.—The mio\Kluti oilloial notiî was i^n-iued yesterday afternoon:  The foreign minister ha-a hustructed the reiuest'Ti'iHtive of France to sound the powtrs who.^ troops are co-operating: with ours in the extreme East regarding the adoption of » oommin program ift<r ihe negotiations with China. 0,ur repre,.^;entatives acquitted theyi Belve.s of-this mls.sion iind loft with the various foreign minifiters a copy of the following notv. '  "In sending tlieir forces to China, the power.^ priii'osed, rtrst of all, to deliver their leiiationi?. Thank.s to their union and the Viilur ^tif their -tW-s aim  tifltical p.isitldn i.s ycci'ivlng more attention.  The t-tr.r-niìiìi of the r.Tilroad situation is reflected in <sirninps fully eqtial to last year and in seme Instances largM and the annc.nntcement tha.t rates ar»i to .V)e advanced on Nov. 1. October dl.^ -hur.«em<»ni.-i . were, the- he,avle?it ever kn.j'.vn and arc partly rellect.'d in ctir-retu batik cb'arinciH which are the lar.'iest sincu laet .Jiitie.  Wheat .in^'ludiuff (lour sihlpmen'ts of the week, aiifvre^'a.te 1.1.'!),IGT bushelii, apralpl 1,-12,810 bushel's la Ft week. 5.^, .bu.«hels in the corré.<?pon/ling we"k of ISO'.t. 3,497.224 bushels in ISits, 4.-.8.r..041 hushel3'ln-1.Sii7 and 4.050.772 bushels in  Corn exports for the week a.iigreg'are •2,;]Gi,2,!0 bushels aRainst 2,IT)»;,271 Imshete Irtót week. 1.2::;-i.7-ifi iiushelp in thi-;? "wc^^k a year a I,'i., ;>..■>(¡1.710 bushels in ISilS, 2.-10!>,510 bushels in . 18'J7, and 2.772.0;w  hu>hn!s In.lSitii..... .....  liiisines.s failurci; for the week number 177 as iifiainst 16'.» last week, 146 in -this week-a y-ear ^.^o, 163-'iu ISttS,. 2:1T in ls97-and 2ni in IS'.lt!  NEW YOUK, Oct, 6.-Mr.<i. T.lillan Smith of Inwood. bor.<u;rh of Manhattan, while in.sane yesterday ."ihot and, killed hei- tr, o children, Mabel, and Andrew, ajied S yccir?i, while another daufxbter, l';th<M, 12 y-'ar,-:!, lie.s In Fordharn ho.^pltal badly inJare<L «he then eommltted suicide by shooting. .  Before shooting the children. Mrs. Smith, with cunning: of a mi.vnlac. tried to for<;<> them to ilrlnk carbolic acid. Lrtn« broodlnii over the prospect ol  d(vvth is Fa id to have beeii the eausf of the woman'.'! Ineatiity.  Mrs. Smith was the wife of Walter M. Smith, \<ho had been connected with the procory house of Austin, Nich'ds & Co. for 21 year.s. Inwi)od. the «cene of the erime, is a suburb.an settlement on the bnnk.<? of the Hudson river Ju.st below Spuyten Duyv.il.  Mrs. Smith had lieen married .;!for 10 ped  I>»y» of Ofiniblln« Ii«n« nmX IlaBui, It»)!»  Artt Ov«!*.  VAXCOXn'Kll. n. Oct. 6,™Tho re. form wavi> 'r.ns >i(rue. . OasVaon. Tht dfiyH of K-ambllnsi and the dan,-e halls in thp Yukon capital are over. The oillclalfi in the porth of Cnuiida, not-Ittfr upon ln.?trui tiouH froui admlnN-tratlon nt Ottawa, have decided th;it K.imb'lntv .^u.,l kin-lrel ovU.^ mi."t b-o closed dwwn at once. '  A ff^w w>'(?k.q iifio publicity was jjlven to !i leltor of Instruction «ent by Minister Slfion from Ottawa, in which h« sUR-ROstK that at once tho K«mhllnf5 place.^ be closed. It waa «tiited at that tlm« that Comml.nrdoncr ^)kIIvIo and Majer W'Mid -m'll n.>i act on tie •••uk-Bc.stlor^ until next June, ho as not to CiMise hardship anionfr the people who had money Inv^ated therein. I'.ut thte was evidently reconsldorcd fof passeiif;;f;r,s whi» arrived here by the Dolphin pay that the Rumbllnfi h(UJ,«!ea wer« .-\11 closed the week before last and dance htilhi havo .'il.i;o ciiine undi r the hani  In fithcr re4p'-.ct;i, too, Daw.son liai?  became, as" a city, a ¡n-jdi,-! of morality.  Some of the reiurnlnff Klondlker.n now in the <-ity, amonc the last one? "i > . , come through thla fall, are Inclined to think that there will ho a »tack of at least 3,000 tons of freight left at White Horse owing to the river falling rapidly durins: tiiehiHt few day.-i.  Two new finds of Interest are report-e;l. One .if ih'.'s.' is at C!e.»,r Creek on the Stewart river. A. Anderson came direct from there and he .'»ay.«? that on iiever.al claims they are taklnK out p.ann from 50 cents to $10 worth each. ,Th<; finil was made about, 200 mile.*? up the river and there ban been a big stam-to the district lately.  MR. MACKEY ILL.  years. T.Tp to thr'^" wtxdis a,ijo kIio had lived v^ith her husbaini atid h<'f ./iiildrcii in the central pnrti-in of this city, but of late- shi' h el b. e oi ',).'> >" I)- C,; . 'l beeame néces.snry to take her to the country, and Mr. .Smith reiited a largt Old ni.ah.sion surrounded Ijy preat trees at Inwood. Apparently the chanpe oi scene l)eneiitted the woman. She drove her hu.sbiuid to ilo- station yesteólay morning and uppe.tred happy 'and free from care, and pri>mÌRed to meet him on hKs return from the city aV nls^^ht.  it is believed that she went out in the morning' after her retui'n frt>m the drive and houfiiit tlie pistol. "V^'herc and when she i.iouiiiiL the'carb';>l!e ueid Is a, my.slery. With the pistid Kiie bousht a box ol' cartridge.s. Ten of  Another ilnd has been made by O. .Millar (Hi filacier creek. Jamea Ihins-, rnulr, head of the flrm of Tl. Dunsmuir & Soni^. coal mine owner.s, and premier of th" province of Ihitish Columbia, L"?. the victim of a pi;eullar strike, During the pi .)vinc.ial"c:nv.p.ii:.'n la si April,- in : compliance with the stronii anli-!Sron-K'dlan .sentiment ¡.revailinfi in t?rltL<ih Columbia, Dunnnwiir dlfschar.iTod all the Chine.se who liad l)een working In hlH mines on Viineouver ¡«land, and .«;ent to Scotland for I'^O Scotch miner.«. Half of these arrived last week, and soon after a con.slderable proportion of them .struck, and .started off toward the I'nlt-ed .^tate.s bouridaty line. All the ex-pense,s of their transportation hither from Scotland were borne hy Dunsmuir.  these were nii.^î.sini,' from the box. In They are veiV independent and refused  Suffers Attack of Acuto UhoHinatIc <3<iHt at DaiisvUle, N. Y.  DANSVILI.K, N. Y., Oct, «.-.WllUum F. Maekey, Democratic nominee foi lieutenant «:overnor of Xew York, if mill fn In bed at th.- Ilylo-Ud House in this vlllage. He was to address a meeting In the Oi>era House here Thursday evening. îl«.; arri\-e¡i <>n the noon train and waa then sufferln}? from a severo attack of a 'Uie reheumatic gout. A  riiiv \  ''''il- '"J"'!,'  " ' SCBÍE- OM-THE Q^^B-UmB. ■■ ^ •  >w 111 the L;-('ldcu lii-aeh u! ( iiitc-Nome was taken .¡tist In'lore tlic vs'hkh le, »-ntly u reckcir humlreds oL tents luui siuinlteti. ■ __  r'  r  liáis -been attained.' Tt is now a qu>,.-s-tion et .-ecurui!< ii'orT). ihe tHvin-'Se i-Cnv-ernm.'nt, which lias givi^n Pnru;e Chuig  ..........and .M,Jiii^^^^ full power to ii''-  ffotiate a.nd treat in" its''hame."' suTtabh' reparation for the past and serinus guarantees fm' the future. Pcnt-iraí^^u with the spirit which inspired the pre-.. '-A'lou.s of the different- g-oy-.  ern'rnent5; thi" fiovern.men.t of -.'he r...--pubMc believes it sum's their re-al sentiment in the following points which it submits a.s a basis , for negotiivtlons to be entered uiion Immediately iifter th -  usual verification of ihe {xiwer.s;______________  "First—The ^punishiiient of the principal -eulprits,'. who will .be desig-nated -------------b-y- -  plivsh.i'i -.M-'k. I wvh hi;n .ill afternoon an.l un III just oet.'re u;ue for the even inj; luei-tin;^ .  Ahh.avííii unable to walk without a-^--sistaiice "MTr-5larkéy--ii-tìT.'iKÌe<.i- the-iuR- and made his sjiee.ch althoug-h silt feriniT Intensely .ill the time. After th '«peV'ch ht> was taken to the hotel an his ir; tentï-lnjç phy«iciàh" thi.iïks lie can set him "Uî a,w,iin in a few days.  the pistol were found three discharKed cartriilge.s and tw.) loaded. In the at-' tompt to wipe out her family it is believed Mrs. Smith fired eight shots, all but two of which took effect. -  At 3 o'clock in the afternoon Mrs. Smith in.structed Mr.s. Moore to have her'husband, the coachman, hitch up the team and take a ride on the spp-ed-way. v^'he Aloores leturned ahurLly before 4 o'clock in ;h.- .i!t..i'nnon -and [¡¡.»y were met by Mr.s. Smith at the dr.or. T'fie woman was -mly partly clothed, but .<3he did not .seem to be airitated.  "Don't'come in yet," she said with a, smile; "take a lontt ride. There is plenty of time hi tiie afte-rnoon."  The iliiorcH a.i;'ajii v.-ent away, but they did not .stay lon.tr. Thev returned at..jl:.?0 o'ehK'k and •diiicovered.,the tragedy that had i.>een enacted in their ab-r.?ence.  The llftle child v.-as killed first, In the front roiiiti on tku? .st-eouil (heir of the hoU3c. How. the motlu-r induced a year-old haby to diihk carbolic acid must ahvays remain a mystery. Thei! the mother .«rot the re\'ojve.r and firedj three tdiofs. ^ The chest of the littte gjri literally, torn to pie<v-''s.  ■It was about this time that Ethel, the elde.sf dan.c,hter, had returned from school. She, too, tast.Nl the carbolle acid and rejected it. Aiiain the ¡>istol cam« Into play. Thf mother .shot twice Elhel, but tody oiir shoi took effect. A few minut.\s lat.-r the littb' boy returned from s.dio.d, enterin.fi the kitchen through the back door. The n-iothei met him at the door, and shot him. kill-inji hitri instantly. H.' fell to the tln.u and.'rolleil under th(.'..kitchfn t.jbb'-seh.Volbooi .s failin-i in hi-^ b'o >d  After satisfyi" ' o i lii i ii i Pi, 1,,, was dead, Mr;;, .'imiih return.d u])-jitairs. Walkintr into the lial! siie shm "hef'ii'lf'in Tf!'''''r!''-ht »(Vi'-^i  tore throuj^ii her.lxjdv. killint! stantly. .Mr., and .Mr.s. Moore summoned Polii em tn hiift 11.  hei' nial onc£ \n t \  to submit to the usual ntinlitR reg-ala-tlons. _______  Klondike Ciold ISrouRht Oown.  SBATTLE, Wash., ■ Oct. 6.—Steamer Santa Ana with 2S5 passengera and from 000 f $n:Hi.(ie:i Klondike and Nome KOld ha.s arrived.  PEACE CONGRESS.  Vrgeit Treatlp.* MnUliif; luternatloiml Ar-bitrntioii PormuDent ttnil ObUjiatory. PARIS, Oct. (5.—AiT,on;4 other thlnff3. _ the pe.ace eon).;ress. assembled here, .ye.=!terday discussed the Chinese war and after recognizing and pointing out the primary cau.st'.s of discontent upon the part of the t 'iilnese. urged that the solutioirof ;!)•' .■■■■mlliet be Just and equitable and In" cnnformity with the in-, alienable riffht of the poulatlons to freely dispctse or ilieìiiìivive.s.  The (^...>ngres.s also characterisf.íd the Armenian ma-Hsacreii a« tlse mo.Mt odious deed of recent times and expressed the hope that the universal indi.gnation of the civilized world would force the governments to find a radical .s.dution. -  Continuing, the congres.s pointed out the moral and material injury resultin.i; from for nil..l,a]j le., ; i rji i.a. in eh t s_a n d ^r eco m -mended tlie governtiii'nts to study these auestion.s. on the .solution of wiUch. it wa.s , asserted, depended tlie prosperity and the very ¡.xitUence of the natiiOis.  Tìk.'- congro.s.s .iliun ree..uameiided . in^ ternatioiial .irbitration and urged the conc!u.si>.m of trea tie.s makitti?- arbitr.t -tion permanent and oijlisjatory.  It iii elainuid Uiat the consxve!^.-< h»." t.hus placr.i b'-f,>r- th'' wor'.d ihe In "I p'I [1 11.» 1 (o u U u! inti 1 n iMon il 'litieri-nces as thev occur m ordei- to i;i-(ala.ite pa'.'iiu.' soIuti'Hi.s btiiore ¡rrit.'i-iioii spit I N r ) Ol ir-nil I m t .  CAÙFÒRNÌÀ'S^ 'GEMEFiÒSìTf:  S 'r.Mii (iliotos tali«ii f.ji- UiU i),iper,  VIEWS OF STRIKING COAL MINERS.  I'he upper «cene sliows a grotip of striking breaker boys. Tlio lower one Js from a photoiiraph of the last enr of coal sent up from one of tho big mines near ilaKlcton Ju.st before the Htrike.  amlnation "31 scicikpïï thf-fáetTh :i {"-N-rrs "  Sn)i.th,._.-Vndri-w, the little bov. 'ui.! M:,)-; bel, the 4-year-oId girl, wi'.^ d-.■I'd, Ethel, the eldest chIM i-t 1 1> ^Ml ' .,P r o b ah] y __,r e c o V e r,  .irt JPekin. __ :, . .  '•S<:^cond—The maintenance of the pr"-hibltion of th.' imp.orc of ar!n-=. ■ "  "Tliird. — Kijuitable indemnities to .states, soi'ir.'.ies a'.iti individuals.  "Four-th—The l'ornia.iion of a iii.'rnuiri-t-iii; guard for the Pekin Jcg.ition: ^ •'Fi!'th--The dismaiui(..aieut ut' the for-  '.tificati'iiis. ................... -  "Sixili—-.Miiiiary occupation of two oi thri's.' ¡ioints on the r..iad ,fi!\>n"i Tu-n Tsin t.^ Pi'kln whi'.'h -A-nukl tinis alway.s he open to thi- Ieeail')nH wi.-'hing to g«. ro the sea i>.r to force» i,iroceed!ng I'ekln from the sea.  "Pre.y.ented eol'.ectiveiy by the reivre-.sent.itivc .tf th.- 'i> i-w.-r."., .-.upported l>y the "pr.-se'ni'e .'f til»- int.-i^nati.mal troops,  ..... J) ^ipjit.ir-.; ImiMe.si'ole to the g.)vernmen'.  of tlu" re'íujíVii.'. 'th'.Vi "'these ' c'tVhdrm'Vfí'íír " which are «o legitimaiií, wui.ild' not be accepted by the Chine.^e ¿uveruuient  ai .an earlv date "__  Court of AppK«!« X'aleuilar.  AiLJBANY,: Oct. «.--Court of appeals  ^ .......^^iiendar tor 'MbridayrïOef. " 8. 'lif' "'^fos!  -581. 588, 589, 590, 592, 593. and 5»5.  Kooaevell'« Now York Itinerary  NEW YOlliC, Oct. t).—Delinite, and so f.ar as novs' known, (inal arra.ngements -for^tlie.Jlixiera r:^of Governor Hooaevel t in New York st.at.e were given out at state head'iuarters yesterday. --'Governor-twx •vve.'ks.4.v)ing through-ilv- starting  on or about Oct "22. He will travel on a i^peclal ir.iui with .lamc.s It. Shctneld. Job 11. rieilgcs, .1, s. Whipple and otiiei Republican orators.  The governor will go from N.nv York to King.ston; thence on the I.'l.ster and Delà war-» road to Oneonta ; thence tf Sidhey. .Vorwich, Canastota, ll.'!'l;!mer Utic;i and '.,>;SWego. Froni O-'^u'.-;., > will .go t',' '<'anandalgua and Syracvi- -coihpletlug there his .first "^veek'.s trip He will begin the second week by a trip to- the centra! and w,c.<3tern countie.s .speaking at lloche,ster. Auburn, Lock-port, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda, B-uf-falo. Batavia. Warsaw, Jame.stown Dunkirk. i:>lt.'an, Salamanca, Wellsvllie 1, 1th.u:a and Cortland.  ■ l>0pe*r ■at..KocI»cst®r»- .....- .......  lìOCHESTKit. Oct. r..—Thí' Her>uhli-can ■ masameeting ■at-'-F-itahug'U -haJl last evening wa.s uhdoubtedly one <>f the largest and most enthusiaatic poliiiiNil demonstrati<ms ever witnessed in the city and marke.l ilo- c.p.-ning of the Repubiican camprt-i.g-n In 'Monroe e.Jun-ty for 1900.  _____T4ie-spacu)tí->;.hali--v.=a;-s.--paekeíl-tTr'íiijf--  focation as Horact; Mc(linre..jlhe .pre-s'iding'"ofhcer, after a fe.w preliminary r'-ma.rks introdru .'d th-- prlm-iiial-speak-of ,;he evening, Senator Depew, As Mr. Depew aroi^e he wa.s .greeted witi! tremendoiis applause. H'is si'eech wa.i. well received. F'dbowing Mr. Depew,' Ore;:well Meljau,ghUn of New York apoke on -state issues and was followec by Cari Hauser of New York on na-ri(>ii,,il. issui's. The nia.ssmeefing was piecciied by .( uidnsíer" p.ar.Tde in which i'u.ly 2,000 tin.-ly uniformed men par-  l'arW l'^xIiIbltH I'res»'jit»!i! lo rromSiuMit ........!■ veiioIiuic.u,.,IHu«f»"niH und H(i..ipliiilia.  P.MiIs. oct. ■riìe i'.iìir-irnia expn-i-, tion commission hav^ ' decided f»-pre--eiit 'lull till il-, imi \huu"- t j Ol im-Inent Frencuitien ■ and the museums, n t-^pii 11- Hit a 11'-- it l'aii-,  A bt uitilul 1 ' i.» i tibie eight feet in <Uameter. maile from .a California ircfr- anil- which aiiractcd -^miKdi 'atten— tion, ha's been accepted by Pre.sident Loubet. ■ A large nu!Til)er of fore.siry specimens, which .'secured a gr,;ind ¡n-ize, liave been donated to the Vincennes Forestry museum. ' '  Similar gifts have been made to oth-«-•r museum.s. Tin- gicat Parks hor.pi-tal,  u nd ■ albe r- food s sti iYsv  PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS  Btinlatflrlftltigt« Aro Mtitl Par In the I^Bd, Though f^iUoral« Gain.  LONDON. ,Oin. . tl--Thu:t},;-two. con-tesl.s took place yesterd;iy in the par-li.imentary g-eneral e!ectii:>n. Most of them ^vere in. rural district.^, and the re.-ulis have not yet been announcHl, So far as knoH"n. however, 441 mem-öei s "nave been otticiaily declared eied-iind the relative .strerigth of partiva te the following:  " MiniRterialists, ;;01: Liberals. 77; Na-tionaliKta, f»0: Laborites, ;!.  In the Stretford and, Widnen divi-t.i-nna of Lancashire, .Sir John WiliKim MeClure and Mr. vTohn Saunde-rs Gil-Hat. who respect'ively ropre.si>nted th-oac con.stituencie.si ■ in the late parliament ha\o been tetuiiiri l)y tin Con<jeivo-tixe-.. with enoim'>uòiv Inciea-'-'^d m i-  Joniie.s. .........  " Sir {"iob-Tt B-iTTitt^ivrn- Fmley, a-it-f^r-li.-v gl nei a! Al-..].-. 1 til i.tîi-Lih-e'-.l l'ni uie-t. l uioul i e 'n ln\i.i-ni' "  IhiriThs, ......................................  At Maid s t.-in e the Lib 1 -ea til. c in 1. ' tti , receiving 2.2<i0 vot-^s, .-i.« -1 ig.tln-.! ¡I I ' )'i - 1 c, Mr Ft..;nnes W. C  pre.-4énied in the hit.'  " -  Thu.'i far the ■Ministei-iali.sti! h.ive r nu' I it ^ I 111 lIh 1. o il II. îif  f n \\ h I h .\')u'd gi\ e Ih' -m ou oí  m lidi IOTI il ^iMt 'Il \ )t >11 1 ilui-  -f.'in "iti ih ' li itr iï tjiî vj'íKiti'íT^T "  Li t f\(nin. Ml i''hinb*ii>i ^.^c-i(.tir\ of-- J f.)i Lh <x)l(in .n the loilowia; . 'Ci^.Min > i ciniilit.  "L'-t itl pilli j-vlc Î1 ngh->h'tL'-îi í^mí-^n-bi the w nd-. jf th' m i^oi >t M Cc-kin r Il <1-1 í<) th" Fri) in .^t go^crn-  nu nt i.- a s. It g I n i h\, tne ih> t - ' '  rii < iptured Mr I lialîer, aRia.:n.st 2.152 . i\< Opp.tne.lL, 0 •! ■ I.IS W h" I I'll l'il I'm nl fi om  SUSPECTED FORGERS H€LD.  Lawyer I'atrlcic and Vi»!«t .Tone« AIU «all at Sio.ono Kft<'li.  . „NEW ,YOP,K, Oct.-'«.-—When Lawyer Patrieli and Valet Jone.'i were ayralgned in the court yesterday Assistant Di.«-trlct Attorney Osborne did not'file any compliilnt. Detective Carey .submlited an affid.ivit in '.vhieh he swore that h( h.. beli-,.v>d P.itrlcU an.l Jones to IÍl guilty of forgi'ry. n^-tlng as attornej and .-.eer.-r.'iF v of William l'ileo,. now wnopc signature they are flq=»-l)"c!t-d cf ha-sing f.trgid to clicckB by acting in concert.  il.ji:isirat.< Moit then lield l'atri and June.=; In 'ilO.OOO hall for examination Monday -afternoon. Mr.. Houne for the defendant.s. wanted the hrU: made oo(» hut Mr O.sbotn obiected stating th.it the men are '5usp»ctel ol forpi'is In the ^'j» ond degr^" in th- mat - t'i;_ uf_ ciifcf kc pri-^nlel to Su .nson í» Son'- fur tl,") OoO ,ind 'i2"'i (mO tiuis mn miting thjt I, v.ou'd h on the ..om pi? rrf of f ngtng th t h^ < k . îh.ii the di'-.tre r .utomv i , to Mr,  H'luse af:ked th.it b.iil b' compromLb.c .It <7,''III but Mi 0-'>0!>i'' ,1'iu'd eon.sent. ni-^h tb( to tho t  the striking mini? worliir.» -is r«gard$d throughout the anthracite region a« th« boglnninfî of the of the «trik«».  N'-arîy ail thé indîviduiil operator« t'^rday mad*' nnniJutsoeTî'i«* Of Lheît wiPingM'-.-^.i ;•. «ü'.ini the inorea-«ïe anä tìotlces to thi« effect w^lî, It îs «ixpecteà, be p.i.HtCii at th" varlotí"? Indi'ivemíímt collierI.;M Vithin 'Ji hours. Some hÄ*« ahvady be¿m posted. It fully believed that the few op»n-atori who have not vêt Pxpr.'KKCMÍ their'Iñfchtíón on  «ubj... 7 v,mì; f.Il h' tip - nith th.» othW45  and iïfant tho increa.««',  Aec.'>rdlng To .«oin'- of the oper.itors. po-.',der Ulli tn- ¡^old to the miners aî $1.50 pí'r k-g in«t'.«d of 52,7r4, as Jaere* tofore, hut thin rivUiciion will taken into e.in'-ld' r ition flgurlnîî the net Ifi per cnt. advance.  N'> .'»ther ron-'^f-'^lons tcr th^-«trtkij-i^ ■ are liiiited at and, in f.u't. it h«« b«<>n openlv dceiar. d i»y som'-» "f the officials of the big coiniv.iniciF that 'no further ■coni'i-}'i.iiiii:4 Iii be griintL^I.  The individual op-^ratoríi delayed an-Tìounriiìf-r íh'-ir r. iÍlinjETneH.íi to srrant the increa'-'e peniiit>¿' ih'- r-'-port fuf a eomr mltifv? Fcnr by them to New York to en-«.h-avor to s'—ure «i>me conces.Hion from the c.irrylng '■ümjiani-'í. The commit-tff" v.as un.'^ui''c<'i«.sfrd ¡jnd reported, find îh" i-iperatorí-s, rcfdin.g tllat further «Ppo.«¡t!/)n ío tÍ!o big companies was u,«.'!. il.-ei.'.-d î. t'.dii'W their lead and Krant the advance.  li is the ger.'T.iî opinion that a great i.iriiy i.r-{he..^i.rikli\e- mine .worker?, will bf* s-;itiiitted to ;ice"pt tho offer ani return to work, i.ur they expresa cje-terminatton to ..iw,-!!!- th^ fîcidiiiijîi. at-  ï'Slip  Pr.'"^id-n! .Miich'dl of the United Mine  WorktTi».  Mr. .Mitchril wlU givt? nr» indieatiort or his probable action in the matter be-yond hlfi oft-repe.",!ed aftsertion-that th» inen thenis.'lv«"','« settle in convention ali que.-if¡onV be.iring on a settlement of the dtfferenceFi v. Uh the onerators. He, howi-ver. \vouid n.'t .stat" v,-hpn such convention will he called by liitp.  The .opinion nrevails that he •wilì aw.iit until every operator espresses a ^villingrie.s.s l') iir.int an Incrr.tfn', Meas-time arr.ingements are pro<.'eeding for StriUers' parade« and maa^meelnKa nt Shen:iiuli>.ih lodn-y and at Serantan next U'edne.-'day.  the .Hotel. ction^oT^^iCairt'orniaii wines, fruita  .southern tier of countlesj Senator De-peiv with other orators Will be goins through the northern counties. Dates for meethiga are to ,be an-  licipated.  SuuiHl Money Riveline at Chicago.  CIHC-VOO.' Oct, tì.---.lames K.Eckeles an ex-coniptridler .^f .'he treasury .spokí in the auditorium last night to an audi ....................._ enee til u p u l'I d h giv at h ill tight  while Cuivernor' lioo's^ he rf-ien^íl hi > «í^-d- 4  ..------ ....... .................rv.. pi^iople being turned away. The nieei-  ing wa.s under the auspices of the IJusi-ne.ss Men's Sound M'oneya'^iìociationamì embrace<l men of all parties who oppos«. .tii^e ; fo I plank of the Democautic platform. ................  NATIONAL LEAGUE.  llç«uUii of. Gi«ue» riayud Yestonlay In the M5\jor Lnagúe,  At New Yorlv— R.H.E.  New York.,...... '5 0 0 0 1 0 0 .S 1  Bost!,)n .........."O 0 0 0 0 0 0 1— 1 10 4  Batti-rii'.s .-. 'i'.iykn- and Bowerman; Willis and v'iark.  " At Cincinnati------ • ' ■ It.H.E.  Ciiricinniiii . o 0 0 0 0 Î 0 0 O-- 1. s  St, Louis...... U 0 0 0 2 1 Ó 0— 6 lO 1  iiaUéries—Si.'.-t! and Peiiv:;. S udii off and Itobins ui.  Ucturiiiiu; Traiii»v;>ul Itcl'ii;;..'.»«, I(>\l>i>N 11 ', ! 11  .¡ia;i reccive.V ine i.ihn wir,;; d:,-'j I OUI th' Btili'-h ill.'a if 1 I  tiuuth Atrica. »ir .\lired Milner: refugee.s will begin io return to Transvaal Oct. 10 a.i the ra-,,,. ..»r abmi one thou.sand weekly. It will take at  Pii the  "He-ckv »^iiHFp" Vs "V »rufv nUr "  SYPvAClTSE. (^ct. fi. — The- action hrought by- llarrison J. Fiskc and Mr.«». Fiske, the actres.s, against Slias Gefi:-rude Coghlan.and her riianager.'j. Del-cher and " Henne,=!sey,. for infrlngenient of the copyright of Langdon Miller'.^ dramati'zation of "Vanity Fair," was argued before Judge Williaiu J.-Wal-IJnlted State-s'court here "yesterday Many afildavit.s were presented to -show that Coghhm',^ "Becky-Sharp" is hot an infringement. Miss Anna .Miiston of Miss Coghlan'.s company say.s that , she made a dramatization of "Vanity . Fair", which vvas played in .IinglHn<1 ;iO years rvgoland that the Fi.sKe'play is copied after it.  1  Mr. Hou-^.^ 11.1 lu wuuld f111-bi'l 'I'ht mi.n v* ete Un-U '"ikei in lbs.  M.-ito ro'itrjtl« A worded.  \I,P\NV Ol t r, --iupi nnt> nd'nt Put lit W 'ii- I'litiidg L-ni •  aw tided the Lolio.'.ing lontlirts I'oi el'-'^iiinsr fiiu <J}v i^hUiT., c,í"<iíil JiU^Ghi^ oic(k fcciei at W itkins, to T^îua'td Yr Iling^ton o' Bufi ilo for ! 40 ) foi t m-«îtiuiting bi'dt-e o\er One id j ri\i i at ThUi^c Uiv u PoinL, Osv.e£n count;, t John Keli- v«: Co of Svracu^c; for §2 107.22 fc huiKlmg a \ert)i.ii \vaU ut the Glen-'» Falks veeder to W. A. Bur h an of Citn- Fil' - fu 5'! 9'VJ  H-  I'riimlnent I'tJcun TJeaii.  UTICA. N. Y., Oct.' C.—Jolin A'treaji. agel liO years, .i iiromlnent 'ccji-tr.icior. .street commissioner , of Ftica four y^irs an<J a 'member of the lioaro of. town auditors six ye-'Ar«, died ye.s-,terday. ' ' ■ J_______^  I>lc<i on Visit to Ilfs .Son.  I.TTICA, N. Y.; dct.-0.—J. H. Lane o! Syracuse, aged fi7. who vva.a vi.sitlng hi.i son "at West Cartilage, died while at work in the garden ye.^terday from heart disease. - • .  V^llo-iv fever at IlRva*ia.  " •' H AVA N A, -Oc t; ■ .6.'.; T ii e' yel lo^v -fever altuaUoh is" ribt; ¡msH'iVved. Duriri.g the month of September.257 cases were oi!i-cially reported, with a niiortality of . per cent. ElKhty-four ca.ses are 'Tio-iS-under treatirimt. atid ca.se.s have been .reported .during the last 48 hourii. Kon-fmrnunes j^hould be warned that until February Havana cannot be considered ftecure a^uinflt a yellow fever epidemic. . '  K'spi-ncd From .'Stock Kschj»i>ire.  NEW YORK, Oct. G,—John Zeeman and It L. WiHijimson. partners In u stock bvojvcrape bnsines.^. we-n,,' espeiied from thti" s."ons..)!tdated Exchange ye.s-terday f.vV ""obvious■ fraud" and "fal.s "pretenses'." The -expulsliMt wa« aii-n.'Uiic.. {. from th.:- • ro.sirtnn --of ihc ' ev chanije.  iirock'way'a Frlsmls Foal th« As. ELMIRA; N;. Y., Oct. 6.~-Four team-, «ters, for many yeai\s employed at ih  .... ............... Eimira reformatory, have been di.s  least three,-montiiJi, tu repatriate those- -^argird^^ -  who are waïtiny in. South .Vfriea "  SuDerintendent Broclsw-ay.  FIRST T0_^UCCUMB.  Pardeo & Co., Hiilepcntîftnt «>rt«*r thr» IO For Trut it  ?IAZTJ-:T(>N, ì\ì.. Oct. O.-^A. Pard"--» & 'Ce.. op'T.'itinr: the Cranberry and the Cry.sta! llidge mimv, and employing abuuî î.OiM) ?ii' n. pfí.íSí-d a notice .u it;-! C'jliiericK ycsterd.-iv of an a-ivance of Pi r cent in v.nr,' s. The notj-.-i? reads: ' - "Thi.^-ctirni'.iny nuike-j, the foilowincf announi-emi-nt to it:? min.."' empl-'^ye-c ït: "ívii; adjust it;-, raf-a of wage.i .«o .i.»: t.j  Orf. 1 .and until forth'-r notice a nei in-cre,.i:-..- <,f 10 p -r c-- nt .'»n the wagei^ here-tofor." received.  'Nu!i--lr js uniersiuiHÎ in the fore- . roin.g 'hat pn-.vde: v. iP be .Sci)d i'» minor.-' t r îl-.'.'j pi-r atîii th.it th-- düT-v-Tic-between 'thi..; r.it... and the old rate of 7.7 .<haf! i.- iak'.'i. lai" .u:.'..'un; ui fe.,^-tsrim: th',» n»-.! advance .tf e"» per. e-Mi*. not-.'d above fot- this of w-ork.  "-V P\RLVEK CO." ' •i'hì.ì is Ihe hi SI inüiOiiu.ií operatíun in tile region tluit h.is- grrmtt'-î  this adv.mee, .tnd ¡L i« bidi.-vt-d to indi-  toí.s ivive .!.;-■ tvd to pay the advance.  !ïi." "¡ni.; ■.< i- i'...' ; Ol l\n i,.-.tìice  of the y -n- r-i! supennti-ndentji of aîl the indîv-diï.-iî r.-üicrírg in this region.--' It ii; -not known wJiat aclj{>n v^as taki^n. but is 'oeiieveii'th,.y .n.'icus.-ed íhtí question <..;■ postiiig .si;j;¡¡a¡- íh.>íící-.-í at ali coHieriKs,  SiriM k For t.oï'.'or Waiye». /  OWK-NSHtvRO, Ky.. .Oat, S.—A Strike.' of mhi.a-s ;i: Baf-.kett for recosinition .-«f the union ha.s- ht en won. The Settlement carried with it a reduction of v.-age.i. Th-. ov. ner nt -fie Tnini?s never recopnis..d the union, but paid wagvs avpragmfr -r. cent.- mon? îh.sn îh- unios sch-^lule. Thicí probably is the £lrs: strik'í for iu'wi-r wíiges ever made.  .Sev»T<j KSeotrîcaî Storm, WATERTOWN. N. Y.. Oct..6.-~A pévere eleci.ric.ii ídoiiT; svvC'pr through  Jeffers-'n county yo.stfrd.'-.v rnoroing'.  hot.-i at Dt-pauvilie was íy ¡'.i^ b-'lrn; .-.niuk by Jií^iit-  nin.g. 'rhe i>-)¡; ífAver.'^é.í rb.o h -tel fr.m'. garret to c-.-'.t.ir. but no par: of it eaug-h.: . {•re. 'I'h" i.T.'iiri- t.-r. D. tîr.ibbir. -.va,--, .-t.'i.'tdh) r in -'in ope;, doer and haj j ' narrov.' cí-c-ipe f.-oni death.  ■ 'J  BOYS VESTEE SUITS  . trinartied vvitii bmid. .Age 3 to S.  «¿i   

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