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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 12, 1900, Wellsville, New York                                 IBtÂil^MltffMÂÏ»!«»»»  1  f.  i  4I4  vox., XX. HO. 290  WÄLJLSWIä^Ä  rw.msk'f OCTOBER 12 1900  State Association Held a Meeting In New York.  DEPEW MADE WELCOMING SPEECH  WnrtiBrt ni«.,. Htiarem of Ovoroonflilenire of l{«»alt of Pr<>sl(tentfiit FJ«ction. rrominotit Joninallsts of the ^ttttcjK Wer» n»ft Ti«t«nor*. rol I tirai Now».  Joymt-nt tf> thaso wîi<> aftì fortirawtìr ovrtiifìtitìf5t?rm'i?< ft«<i m»t. malico.  onoMiìh to hp thpJr RUoBts, 1 nm «urt* "W. J. TUITAN."  thul yoiir profient vtult Uì NTt^w Tork - — -—  R'ill mi oxciìption to thiB «xpiTtenro. Hmm» XVMl Wo K»«pt îïuiiy.  ftrul thf> Ui'}'Hl>Hcan hopfis that to cHirAiî'"», <>« t. 12.—A<'for(î1iHî to  rulloíU oxt'^nt of your tlm? you wil) ívrmnK"»ii''r)t'í r.iaiV- by fh^ niaúona!  enjoy atul utHiZt^ Ita hospilalUy." ïu-pubUi-nn í-ominHiPí- i^onator líanM  r.(tlt(>rK Who W».fe Th«rr. ^Ul hove lUtlí- mtijs- tiian time tt» «iratch  Foliowlnp íuc ihf nHUiCí! oí -tte wH- bis brf :itb h'^twocn íqi'.-r-ch«-» on ihn  tora pr^ïsent at th«» fiaMolRtion me«t- BortnwíKtcrn inur. Dijrinp fimr days  Jng: ]>1. W. AtMlíí, fílDndarrt, Urowáiter: of the trip lu- -a il! ¡iî.îI«- :í7 -ipfCi hca,  C. M. !\ivorf1, fî^syftttf, LivonJii; WDMam poî^albly tnoiv. i l» • par'.y wlU Ic-avi* Sienl, Htarjflard«Union. Brookljmj Ira h<'n> al no^n Oci. 15. M. Rlakc. UcpubU<\Tin, OaTmëJ; H, A.  NICW YORK. Ort. 12.-The Stato FA-ifor«' .r\>-.«iO<'i.'jti/->n ')f îîcpubjivans lufl here yesterday in the Urp«'>Hcan oluh, in Fifth avojiui', for ilu- inr.po'i.' of di-j-¡■URSinK the best ways of pivMciiting Re-publif-an principle« ami niTïtimfnt.s to th<; ppoplo of tlilK Sitate and tho coun-try-at-iarK«'.  Prun, Amcrir'an. Albion; A, O. Bunnell, Advertiser, r>.in'?vni<»; Ivan T. Bumey, Journal ami I'oitrit'r, Llttio Falfc»; WUl-i.iin H. Clark, :-;iantlarc1, CoFttaml; W. 15. Ouilins, l.>»iilfr. Giov«f«ylllf-, Carl  Gpneral Su R<?ports a Serious Ottobri iik at Kwang Si.  BAYñ 100,000 TR00P3 AîlEîïr.F.DKP  Pêîfî» «n/t tfì h*fe in«HF\« ftf utt-ftiíitiHotí^d arctíSfi ti> fh(f*m whenfiv<»r rtr-  <'i-h»n«'ni3 of Prañrf» an<rtí>o'óíliPr pow',' «îrs wíM íiff In the r«^t'rvp« wí* have madf no ob«itvHilp ■tf!^ th«^ Initiation of »«•Roilailonft on fho line« «Ujggested and ho tt'lll »K* foiin*} priKitlrabJp 1«  bi'Äin Rti'.h TT^otiation« at an f^Arty flay."  PATIENCE AND WISDOM.  Woodrufr flt»R(il{* In Rsilrond Mfiti>  AUIANY. Oct. 12.—l:/ièutenant Governo!* VVoortruft ln«t night made an iwMrcsa bciore the railiOa*! men of Albany A* it fail hplii for itic purpose» of . .. „ R-ft'lnii fuitt«!^ for il nini*' ho?r>ltftl f<>i-ffiark. U.s-ora, rvrr>': Frank M. Cor- ruilroa.l nv^n. The ìkMj-'vHh «a;4 ahrso ncll, l'atriot. FuUon; Andrew J. iJt'al, luf-ly iiun-parfirMn. ilt-ialfl. Fai)pi>rl: John Dwyor, Horalil, —  Bandy Ui.ll: A. W. Fcrrln, llepubllcan, S  Ralamanfi; f!->org(^ L. Fox. Mows, Mkl- SUPREME COUNCIL C. M. B. A.  dlt;burp; K. P. (lardincr. Journal. Can- '  nndaitiua; Frank B Oarrott, Tiw.^, OtB««r« Eirc,«.i «n.l I'lfUbar«: f  Synru^o: w. (). (IrcMi. Mài!, Falrport; c:«i»venHon.  S. Hawkin.«'. Timos, Walorvlllo; Kd- Di^FFAi-O. o^-i. I^. -Th'- <'onvt-nt!ini  •ivin II«T I. Tlinos. roblPiiklll; J<yhn H. of tbo S\M'it-:i>f ì'.)uiì< ÌI C. M. IJ. A  Hiint, K-Kpn--«. Haj; Hari-tir; J. P. Ilor- olmed y.-:»t<T.!ay witli tlu^ i-I.-. tion of  rick, !i<»llvar; F. H. Hurrt. Tri- "omc'r.« an'i'Tii'^ -i- lc.-tlon of a cunvcn-  t»4»pnrtU(iftnt niaka^ l'utili« tli<f> .\»i • W«!' f« i'r»ti«»> Ntjtp \Vhl«-h I«, II» fiul>ilnii<r<is nil AKf'^o»*«'*' to If« I'ffnnionH-^Amor!^ oan Wi«iltnn.  mmi NOT B8I6HT.  àv'.lui i-i-Ä'.i .>,. vsf -  Httgl«" C^^  SENSATfOM Bmukm,'  mm  mf^ «MMMK« «r mn^^mÊmk WM :  ■ Twi» ijinMiTUIwtt . In ;tlm AtnAff«»« fl«)i«i'tim»»>iT <'nmt>litnttt?.ti»f1 t»y Onrinnn nipiorant. WASHTNOTON. Oct. Andrew  D. Whitf», the AiTK'ricftn anibaasailor to (î^rmany. hart conference« with the prusMt'nt anil with Speretary Hay yen-U^rday prpparatory to rfturnln« to hi« SHANinlAl. Out. 12.-r-h'níí. th«'f!li>- in r.f illn nr.-tf vvfok. Mr. Wh|t<;.  tai, îi.i- il • "iv-'ì -t i"J' Hi'ii'i íi íH) r fval ì^ti, I "¡»..i liìu, ;li.u > s'M-ioii.; f-ìi.>lii.i(i li.t- i(>i>K-ìì .')i! Ili thi^ ;u.ii'.h-  in «n itiicrvic w, Haid ihat hav*rnK bffn ÍO loHfï abiii-nt from Horìln 1\<> roiild not rIv-^ fhc pha.'«^ of opinion  , fr «Î ..r.vi.i .. i rfiiardiiiK thr rhinfV5o !natt«r. but  p,.rt Kwanfr Si ¡noxhu . j ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^  j of Ihf hrUrhtp.sl ìH'oplf» he nifi that th« I coursp pur3<i('d by the United Statfi? waB wiHor liian that adopted by th<*  lhai hii' '.i',«)'.!) înxtps .n - iii,ul> qn. an<l th.it o-i-.i.- at ¡' í5f lí»'».oni) •>. /•up.' wi'h (i,iiu;'-r whifli ííí <iir.'<-i  «'d pf-riiiist !li" .M.uu'hu!-, .uid ÍO bt-'iric Ih ui 11»!- Tai Pin« if-  ijciiiou.  K11 r o p ( M n p o w r .  (U!»-' of the lonci'-ît-bp-adrti mon in tti-' liplomattc .-orpH had «'otim-alulatí-l him DM thi- fiU-l that, \\hllc tbo i)thi-r pow-  .-•hnl. I>. D. ilu.'ch. 'riio-vilU: Koard, J. D. Drouvn, »jui'be«;: tniKii t ;-:, 5í(>'\. .M. .1. K- Ml. liiiffî!..; T. r llMlìaii. Hcrantoi.; .\Iu.iti i;nff,i)<>:  Frank lî.iivl.d. ( M.-vburi, .1. H. I')olrliït: l-Mv <"tminilt('c, îîitI-  foreifin  cliwH in iîl."'ÎM -m-ii Poptiiafiou '••".M^r," •  ;!ii< ul' Ciiin  TT  •xy^i '■¿ill  Copyright. lüOO, by A. Dupont.  BKN/iTOli CllAU-N'ClA' M. DKÎ'EW. öf • tlu'ir imrciicluncnts. 'l'ìicy liave r-au.si'd tli"H) t'> alnttidim Fort inip.'i iiii-Isni, Fort Miììiari.sni, l'''ort i-'^rfc Silvej', Fort, Frei' Trade, and leu only in i'' and thcro a straiíííl'-r in l'^orl Trust.  "Ti)'' i-ìJiiftiJiK and iilJifly cDudil inn:, ni the UryíiniíiLii; eanvass ar*' Ijc.si illus-Iratc'tì l)y lix' dfiily nf th»- Jia.ii-  Jldate. Ile no InníTfi- Uiscuss.-.'. a'tiy of lile iíiíuu^s pre.'U'iiti'd oilhcr in iii.s own platform or in oui'.s. ile lias trwi tni-away 3'roni llif • Kan.'vis city di'clavii-tions and fours to i;i(ii!r' iiiosi- lU" tin PliiiadPÎjiiiia oonv'i'ntion.  "Thf.- doi-tvino."? which n-.>w jvfi',uLhi;.s 3ay by day. 4\')rn(>d to tix-ir i-adical con-;lusions, would di.-^oi k-ìiìì:-:» inctíty, rupt industries, and î^ad to the ovt-r-  "•The (iifllcuity witii Mi-:" ï^i-yan'- prf-jran; of (instruction i.s that he pr-'í-'-ní.'^ 10 plan lof reconstruction, no way in which - ha-rn^oniDUL« _ P'-latiun.- c ui bo Drought about and pcacc prtnail in our .■ommunitirs after sh»^ brittle Ui '.ivcr iin.-i I'iic iU'f biincd. U'-  i\o plan by wiiicli the condii ton i>r anv îHirtioj* of our fdluw ciLiz-'i»;; c.iu In-lettered; no j)lan by w-hirit-Uu.-xiuc.s-j i. an 5e Improved: no ¡»ian by wliicii eniploy-nient can bo enIarKi'<l or waij^'S ad-v'anccd. , 1-lc siinply a.-i'iii!« ;i!! prcscnr .-ondition.M MH ha<il and s.iys that .liter iho liurry i.s ov(m-, Ir Iiis slioiilil  mcccíLMl, there will come an adjustrnciit. Ho faii^5, however, to {ell us wiiai i'urm that adjuNlnient will take.  "Three wetdvs ;iro wa.s tite ebb nl' ilf lide of Uepublican suci-esa. 'I'liere \v;is It .NinRuiar apaDiv amP indnï'r<ncc :íVOrywliere; al.'^o tiiat ctttnliin.-itim» nf •)l)positif)n wiiicii always •■ aficr  four year.s wlien a pre.'Jldenl Is rcnor.ii-niited. By an api'arentiy corninoli im-paU'c r.ll (>ver tiu' cnuntrv, in ai! l'C 'U-natlons and imlusiricK, the acuii- (luc.--!ion camo home, to men and women tiiite: "Wiiat: are we to uain by iitriiinir McKinley out and puttinii iîryan in."  "The more the man who ha.s a. ;.;ipod bUHinoKH and tîic m,an uiio lias a f^ooil |ob and a permanent one, ¡'(„'volvcd this' ;iut;stion, anil the more it was di.scus'.-icii in 'ht>me circle, the .trroater appi-arcd the peril of the succc.s-s fit iiic Bryan-iBtii: Democracy.  "The humor of the campa!).:n .somc-llmes prt'.scnt.H in a nutsheJl a prcfiiianr arguracnl. I iieard fome commercial lr.ivi;l.-is on ibe tiMin <ii-;cu5^irr'- tic "situation." "Alî 'but -on-c-rnid 'that ■i-iir-> found thC! ordorß wiiich Ihcy .secured iiad a string tied to tiiem. tliat Hiring niüunlnfí that the uidt-i In i)" cm-  rt'llcd if Mr. Iîryan was i^lc(Med, .t.'i tic purcftaser did nut t-o-ri^ik Uit;. pm:-  Bhase until Iw foun<,i out how tiuu clec-*Jon was to afiecl business and, the do-. maM for goe^^  j Warwick. I'Üi.is l-^jir, Xcw.-^, Wiaterloo; 1 .Joseph Ward. Journal. Lock|>ort; 1 ('. A. Willard. H-Talfi. ii.ronville; K. A. \ Wo.>d, We.-.t,-rn New Yorker, Wa!.-'a,v\, •j" r.oiî Vanderw.'t ter. Jr., Sentin-'!. Hernp-i st<>ad.  1 l-.,v»M)lnit hoclnl Hei»«lo»>.  j Th<'r(- a .=;mokcr at the Repnbll-  I can club in (tie evenim;'. After a .so-, cial tiicrc wan r.peakinjT, at  j wiiich Prc.sident Oarr-tt A, Willard i prc.ílded. .Senator Piatt wa.M introduced ! an th.' ilr.'Jt fM'X'akcr. but ho apolorci/ed, i say in ir tliat he was not In good voice. I?<'nJ.!?nin ñ. Oddi, Jr., c.indid.'itc for í-cn-i-rnor, w.is íii.'u introdui:od. Among-otiier thìriK.s he said:  "T ha\'" h.'on accu'fd of nerrlpctinç. my own <mn\.<î|ttin£< in the Fifth .\venuc hotel dircetintr the eampaiKn. Well, I ))|, .If] fuiilty to that charsTO and my jiiiCCitK ation fuv ir i--, thai fh-» .-^tate canvas;!. Important as it if, sinks Into insiiinlllcance wlif-n compared with ihe disa.stcr and vuln whir-h" oulii atirclv foU-tw t!ic elecfion of îîryan; sind tío lo.»« a.", it IS )iosl~:l)ie, 1 intend to d>'Vote my cner;cv and time in assist iñ¿ to r'olT UI) ';u( h .1 trc'iii-ndoiis vof.- in thici state for fiU'- .^iiîendiii n.ition.il tif-kei a.s will foie\i r jitit to ri.-ìl the danticrou.s h- r"-sie.« wliicii tile so-called I">emoi>ratlc fiarty ütand:! for today. In doinur thi.«! 1 am sure that I shall meet with the up;ir'>t)ai'on .not alone of my t\ How Uepui/))c.!ft.s ! íiroíi:íhoul t!ic .^îtato, t>ut also of tiio.-e .vho hai, e put aíudo party U(fi and partv aifiliations. placinf? the eonimercial intcKrity of their country ;ibov" aii and are now .•^landing  sliouMer to shouidet vviiii u.s in tiiis irrcat cont<'nt for national honor- and n;îîio!)a! ínU'ancement."  I'"ornit'r »îovernnr filacit ttfn Hiiokc brietly, diil Jolin A. Slciciu'r, Frank Mos.s. l.oui.s AI(>Kin.stiy. \V. J. Arkcll. Caiitain F, Notion iio<ldard and John, W. Sliu^^otv. Tile editors then visited the plant of t.he New yv>rk Tribune.  I-;. II. Fost.-r, .Mi^-ii!o[|, o.: viser. J. T. i>U"!!eii  J. T. Kin ^lor, om.'h.« W. J. .M .V,:p, Reisii-r, V.'. .-¡h'eii R. Mulbolland. J, T..  t^uit'lc.*' I,)!- ;i!)Jin  viser.  The next convention wiil b ' Pittsbu  irai aii-m- ÎÎ1 ,ii ,i i\ 1 '( r, eb'i nc. llore., iîov. i >n¡i;i!:í U). .5'". .1,  .î. în-.--- lier. "î.M'i y. Bi dop Ht-d .s)»irltuul ad-  ,1 i:i  S»l)«ïai><<' !« A;ree<l Tii, wASiîi<>.1. 12.--The i.-pi?  of the s;:i¡-' < no ■,>• re.;n.vf  I'V V. .1 ni !'ie pnlílic }■>■■'  Icrd'ay. rein!-; ,a.s foUow.s: "The ^'cficîary 0'* f^Mt..' to the French Char!.-e (f.-Nffairs; .  "The ;:ov.'rnnJe)i! of Oic United B'.a;c-!liii of i''r.inci- in ji-co;riii'.. in;: as ili.> ..lí^ee! t > be ol>fa!n-'d ft'oin (he jrovei-nmeiil of (."hin i ,ippn>pi-i.i 1 ■ re|> t!" Ifi..n ' .1 th" pa-'! .»ni -•ul>^t.jnli pu ir.ini'■'.■ i'oi' [in- fatui".  "'I'lc- ¡11. -idi J1» 1 ; al.oi ! > pr- c'-!V.' 1:1 ;li.. b,. .. n'"r ' I i'! o) ,mU forv\ .ird in mcinornuiiuni of f>ci. 1 the .'spirit thai h.i.s nnim.ii. Ì the i. . :,<ra!i tn-rvio firn m:oi ■ !e,- di ]■,»',v.'Ts intei',---;-  .'d and v. on!'! bs- p!c!-td 10 .-•> >he m--iToil.i Linn ! !' aim immeiii 1 t-ly upon th' n'-ital verili'M 1 <0 of ( t>MUaiti.) I  "It UKty br c-ir,vi-ni. nt to enum'r.i'--  tb* •aí¡ipor-  in  a, A. Willard of the Rocho.'îier Ufr-íild present.-d Henaior DejuM., . who ! Ales' Klt•kp:í^V•^ck, Jr".. tion city for next year,  made an addro«« of wolcome. . : Times. Lam^inirburjc,'; W. J. Kline. • omcei.s vvcic cU'cted n follow  He Kiivc a r.'ipld account of his recent j D'-niocrat. Amsterdam; H. J. Knapp, Preaid-nl, .loim J. Hyne.^, Hnffalo; fir.;; oppiY TO FRENCH NOTE. • '«In»"'' Hblvor.'ially had loHt hopo  lour in the West, in which ho .said lu«' Advert ¡-■'•r. Auburn; G<'orKe E. M:u'Cfd- vi<-e pre.-íidení. John M. Moiinipby. " ____________)»ud were rc'tdy to" t>roceed .it tnicf I0  had found the clement of uncertainty in.'s, (laz''lte, I.,''roy; Ij. McKinstry, PittKbnrtT'. .''econd vice firc.-'iidpni. V\'ill" Kovcrni sujcKC'itea'' Ar«? !\fn<i«*. Hut tt> amonj; Iti "ul>i!can^ "Utirely eliniin;itcd. cons,,!-, Fti-donia: Charles F. Mlllikcn, ian\ .MUfUfh. Sy-u u'-': le^ ordei, Jos-His only f-ar w:ia thnt the party «'.is -pi,rnnan ia!i:;u'i; tobarles S, Mun- eph C-im-ion. Hornrll.-^vilb'; ire.c.-nier, iiverconfldent íHiil lit' i lifj^ 1 ^ji^r, t^it} ItTkliTH'*!" J I- Mc XrtViur Juttvh A!. f I'tí'íií.'jlsviilr, îîîiU'-  to warn their readers of tiiis condition. ( Sontlne!. Ci.invlile: A. J. Melpiter, Hud-íténntor ncpew îiald in pint : : ^f.,, -prov; W. TV .Mólvlñstry. Tlme.q,  "(îontlemcn—The Ucpubliean press of Watertown: Thoma-« P. PHcrP. Tjmeii. the country ha.s never don«* .sudi ein- Brooklyn; H. A. Philllpprf, Journal, rlent service as in thi;? campaifin. On i^wviUo: John I. Piatt, Kagle, Pouf^h-our own side they .have pr.>pentod tlie Ucep.d,.; w. J. Pollard, Journal, inoneca  principles on which the Itciml^licans Falls; A. lloli.-ris, Advcrtlsei, Addli^on; PotCnlo; N. P. NVii... m, iM. v.--  rely for sucr-es'!. 'i'liey liavo demonaira- - rc. San.î.r.s, New.s. Nund.i: J. w". land; M.J. M( .Vl.ihnti. J'si.!-^biti k. iln-tod that the v,-orkiu!i out of these prin- , .qinnson, Pr. - i. .Midd!etov.-n; A. lì. .Scott anee < oin!nil!"i . Jami.: [,. \vi¡ i!en, ei'.l I)'-' • il- . n ,lie pii n nil. nal: lUpublican. lî-uesen; E. ShekKm. lí<<chc.st<-r: H. .1. .Mn—-ly. Pn-vn! an • ;  pro.sperity which ibe <-ounlry now en- ; Ní-u's. SMoTinan; John A, Sl'dchcr, juys. lîut lit. ir Kreaic ;t and mo.«t .suc- . w.-ckiy. New York; W. A.  eessful efforts bave tie, n in hriuKluf-! Tim«'owetro: T. p'in-ìerson.  their baiterl>.s ta bc.ir for the dislodi:- | <-),roni'-!e W.ilton; Fraidi P., Smith, ment of the enemy from the positi-in'î I ii,.r,il,3. frrry: J,,hn T. Stive!.«. Tim".s. which he occupies. Tliey have .slndled ; mi,¡,,^vn. " J. T., T.ivior, R.-iri'-tcr, our opponentti from ne.arly every .me, Dobbs Feirv; Hiram Tato, Advertiser,  i^itances of atfilce settleateitt. «rn, munmi tm -(idpmtn Mmm a* mh' rrttiiliflfkrftH Cimati I tixwîUtors of nrïliîvnltlV«  ..................a new sistiiisrfUon K^'s'tftrday by mftkMtH  i the iollowh}* AtAtemem:  OOH7ENTÎOH OtOSED TO PÏÏBÏ.IO. . 'ï have »ewn a copy of Mr. «ïce^»  i «»-cond W3U. Fatrlfk'» tft&iemewt  ! that 'thiii inwirumeni left the t•^âl4tt«ry dtAtoeient of Mltiih«ll In HU Hmfsmv* estât«» lo him In tt'usi untrui. TM,  Spflccb That iO r«r €«nt IN«« Ënotilfh TittcAR »• tt Hlut to It«-Ject th« oar*r—P«l«iBatM Knnib«r îftO.  Sr'TlANTON, ra.. Od. 12-Th«* onn-ventlon of the anliin-tcite miner.<s now on stnke tbroaRlun>l the cntlre hard oìvaI fleld.H In Pennsylvania will «^»nvon''' In Ibi!« eity today for rlu> puipoiie of considi'riuK thf» 10 percent in-t increaae in proffered thcin by n«;arly aU  the mine omployci-? in the tegiv>n. W'hat (he onte,ime of the convonlion wlll b" Is ali a inytii'r of «peculatlon «ind the opinione cspn'^-'icd by hiloor Itiaders nre wldeiy diverRcni,  The b'iti'f Is ften-f^rai that tn the j flht^en'e itf any uniform in.vtructionii  ■v/hole l'ffjlduarv catate äs ífiven to Pkt-Hak In fee there Is no in^nlian 0Í any trn-if in th«' msti-urpent  "We expect to nie our «ill! fot prro-v bate in 51 day «r two. Ï have been hoM-|ng it b.'ick in order to get a fright of ,th« ' alleged «crond wUU"  In f-'i" means that the property is lisfi to Patrick wHhout «í»y IhîtUîietiofui At to Itä use. ■ . .  Ai-cordlng tn an ^fternrwm pap^r. a deputy United Stattïs marshal hoM gtim t-o fî-iin here t'» >ry ta  «esfilon of Bt>mf' lett(;rs written by Vate! Jones to i younip woman ot Lynchburff, Te*. It i3 nllegpd that In these letter« ^ Jones toUi tho youn« woman he would be a very rich man in a ì<hort time.  »  -stia  TEMPLE OF FAME,  Thlrre<»ii New Nam«« Adtt«rl to 'IthoM  ■ mopt l'xtrem- mea<^ureH, on the ; ¡„„on^ the deicf-ures, (ho chancc.s of a ; MF^v YOPK Oct " 1»-A-ì'a of  npordtion that the diplomatic corps Uetílcmení b> tbia convint Ion are r,ah- > y.^terdays ^  Pdiìr. and, indeed, the whole foreÌRn ,.r sli-bi >tst^ nl-o .s l.ujo. of the »ommittee tií  er 'idi ir lu.  Prt'sid<-n; Mitrheli'."^ rcni.irliH at Wed-  tln- Anieilcan ;;overnmen! had i.een pa- ,u-.«dav';t in.ir.smeetinK in which he told tieni ;md and il was due lo thlH ..votk'^r.^ l'h;tt the 10 por ci;nt  CHECKING YELLOW FEVER, ih-< i ^i ■ , of ti„. n.-n .c,„dum .nd t.  MriUrnl Staff Ht !(iSt)«<(-< itOO  lilllCilV. Ïili.ï.  HAVANA Oct. i: Iti tho «y^írmatie attemiit to control in- ydlo,-, p vt-r oUIIhimIv In .!'< i)d,in<-e \'.!tli ortU'!-.-! from <<en"r.u Wo.'i, .M.ii.u- Coii.-.îr' am! his Btaff insiifcl niore tiian tJsiO, îiouscs daily Willi ;i vi. w of enforcing cieanli-nc'.s.'!. ■  Nineiy-oiKiit new c,•,•■■(.'., b,•)>.-' iicii offl-  cially r.-pot:,.i since O't 1. \î,tj.,i' Peteism, i-hi'-r commi.i :,!iy. .ird i<-r;inl\ Have;:'-tt' r.-!Î in;)na;:'T oi' i'¡e ÎI1-vana lirc.neti of tin' N'O'iii m-M-n-.t Tnt.-t company, ;iri- belj. vi-.i to ii.i'v the fever.  KEEN INTEREST SHOWN.  Tuba AVJIl .lirtvo 1» W'oifin i',\fUI»it at I'mt-AmtTiran J'.xjMtiUioi>, li.\V.\NA, lie'. iJ.--'i'ii.' (K limo;, r.--  the' fortTicoîiihrtî Pa!-i-.A:!4.'4.U'4Ln..cKposi- i t-ion at HuiT.ilo I'.avt- invitfd a.Cuban, e.sinbit.  Gener.il Wood yesn-rday vi.sjt.-d the board of tr.idv- in ret'., )'« nee to the mai ler \clilcb win laki H uji by tlie ,Mcr-(MlUih' GuiiU'.  Keen tnierisi is shi.nvn in She pians for makicíí íhe_ exhilni truly represiMi-t.uiv>- and woriiis" of thf island.  îilîlo»! by Tlir«'stihiji '.Miuiîitîu'.  N Y., » U l. U. Henry Kuxîon. an .iOnirh inni.m Win-îivès in.-llil^ eiu w'.i.s kilieii i.iy a liin'sh-ins machin« wiiile working near Tr4Í)e.=; Hill ycstcnlay.  iicatcd liv !ii in lii  I tie- .^Oi. ;inated by  add Sinne .!bservath.ni attituiie c; Tb" Uniit preseti! cu-.:uriJ.^''<l iCe:..  " 'FiiSi- Tin pnni inc.- n' tv parUts wiiu iu;i% be di Cite reprc-.-niiitivi-of îh Pekín.'  •'The í"hine.--e s >v«rnrncní. na?. :Urea'.l>-indimted u.s ini"ir.ion to puniçh a nuin-iii-r tí" Jii f- ; ' . p >11 ib,'- i '-r ihi' 1 -' cont di-urdefri. The (■epn:s"n!.itiveH ->; rlie p.e.V't - M ('"¡vin Ml.ì^ -u J" .oí lions io ih it ii.sî wtien netjotiaUons ar-entered uf>'>ti.  •' 'Second- -'l'iie cüniinu.UK'e of .íh-:.^ interdiction lU'.auist tin,' nnpo.sition of . arm?.'-  I "Tt is unilrrst.iod that ihis m-¡ terdiction io be ¡jermanent- and tiie  durano;, ..f : rnd d ii!-, of its rotrul.i-tlon sceni a nrnp.'r sitlijcct of «.iisi-n;.^ Sion by til'.' Ill nU'ir.-..  ■ • 'Til i r d- ¡"mirí-s ! eè - - : inde m n i ties fi ; r tiie ííovertuuenís, ■'■i,>vpor;itions ,uid jsri vafe liY'îlviiiuni'-v'--------------- ---------------------------- .  "This IS Uì -ibji-ci défMivd by ali tìic  pawer.~.....Tin.' fìi.i.->iìan ;j;o\-ernni-!il has  sutii^esu-i ¡ii.st ifì .Mse. iif jiroirjc'isi diveriïeiici- '"i vi-v,'.~ tTi':s înr.'t.îer ní!.¡-rh; tie coinni''iu! — i to ;ìì': e.ìn;'-iderii t ion oí the tnterri.i(ion-il..cL'ijí ;. oí aibiii-ation Tíie H.tírii". Tiie pn sidcnt th'ink.s ihis surîïc-a! i' U wor'.hy ili- aTten'.ion of liie powers.  ." 'F'-uci iv ■ o! a rma.ncn lions.'  "The <.;<)vcrn!iient ^«f ihe í.'níi.í-d Siat-; is unabi'? to 'm.-iice any pi-raianeni c!>-;ía?íemeni r»!' ;,]iis nauir;' wulioui ihi.  atiitude" tinti tljie rnite'l .Stiite» had fie.'n the (ir'ii to conimunicjirc with Pe-; In aitil waa realiy the power whieh  i.'tved the forelKUer.s ih<»ri>.  Kvents fonco then, ,Mr. Wiilte polnb^l oU, have ju.itlfied comidotely thi.'i view. To the ouotalions frort» a hostile el<;-ment iri tlie (Jerman prejis in the morn- , ins p.iper.i, Mr. White attributed no SP'^'Mnl Importnncie, ."îayliur the paper.» quot< 1 had b-'on th«- mo.st virulent en emif,-: of til-' T'niti'd Siate«t throusihou-th<- Sp.Mii.vb ■■.,ir a.nd it ;'!! timeR .sine».  Til" .i;Ml),i:i.'.ad<u- expri .ssi-il ibe opin ion ¡ilaI in t-idio of aome frieilon be-tv.'-'i-n tiie '.•'.rions powers ;in ulthn.iie fair uadiT'o.indin.'', eom 'Tniiu; Uhm < aiioiï 'ib'M- i)i'olMl>"ie. A^ to the M'-t-tictncnt o; tb' diiii. iilibs tin,illy lie bo lie%.'d till' fh'^ int'Tnational arbitr.i-tion triinin.il li.it.-d iiv the fPuoie confercin-c .ill'ord' d e%ai-;l>- flio miair-v,hidi ■.\in b.- ti< .'di d to adjust .',11 th" .«■■eeoml.iry nu"slii<n.'i lietwH.-n ( iiina .m.! ihe other n.itions di -ei tly conciMn< d.  SITUATION CRITICAL.  l)l«jmtfh til Hi-rliii ronttrm» lî^port «f HurKïer III ^íMIîb^:■r^^ l'rnvSnrm». PF.PJdX. net. 1-.Ì.—Accordins-T to a di.s-p itcii le l'ive,! by til- ("".i ¡ man Navy ieriííUi- 111" .situation in Soijtii Ciiina l.*-' exceed im.': i y eritieai.  Th" lic'piteb -ev'-i Ih,u <'b'in,<: W.-ib Hon.;. -, iio .1 (.u-d the dow.-KTer em-jif :-is to "iü'oü t'le Pox'-rs ¡ti îii" .irniy. h iK '>• 'Ml ipp'iinlcd governor of the new ("liine.se c.ijiit.il, lA Ni;an i"!!.  it o¡ ; !tt o.s;..'rlvil til." many Cbi-ncfJi- iinv iie>>n decapitated at Uhin iCi.-iiK, i>i.'\in'> ..r liiaiit, y^u, and thai Ui-n ViMp Sb' Iv'i! has increa'^' d his army'to in.^'iit m-.-n, ........  FINAL ACTION NOT TAKEN.  r.iniRcvolt Ulti .^Itr-IKI I,» hlÂiHbir«!'tin OpiTülitrie» ii( Tunnotisiburfc-,  \Vh«., Ho llpiurtf?. ÎMTTSiîUltU, ()eî. Î2.--The Pittsburg  ALP.ANV. (),■!. l'J.--Til"!-.' was ouite l'.niT.do cômp.my It.t.s op-ned  a .r.od d.'al of a mixitp iivrc v-st-rd.iv <^nin<,>ii-î>un4. P.i., .,r.d i? over an a!!e;n¡"»l to siraiKiUen oui j1i  was no» s-üi.-f^ieiYiry and that they ousíhL IO make concessions In th'> othor fîrleviHH-eK, is taken by tnany iwM-non?^ ■If! a him to the minei'... to reject the mini* •o\s ners* offer, Mr. Mitchell, however, d-nbal jhin an^J said- he had no int<»ntion of iniluetudntr rhe m»>n one way or another. ,, The convi-ntiop as nc.tr a.s tli" Mine  W-orkt'n'" onicial«! can fii^ure will enn-  í-.ifTt of .tboni 7(10 didOarat-T, -\i»our iiaif of :'hi« ntimiier are h'-re, mo.si of th'-'Oi *rfnr»infi ¡'r.im the S-.dvuyllCl! %''a1iey and Ulf Ha/.Ii-.on rcpion.  Tiho dltdrieî iie.ulijuarlcr.í waa orowd->-d all day yc-fiterday. Pre-.sidmi Mitchell -ipeni a busy day al hi.-, head-qu'arlers in catchlnç up wiUi hirî mail and in f<i.'jiarînfï for the e,-,nventi(m. Hi'- lu.-pif'd the nddrea^i which b.fi xvlH ilfdiver a.i th' orx^niii;i of the ilrf-t Hc- :sion In all !)ln*!lhood the ci^nvt n-lion Will be ,t '-('cn r one, but a i>re.«-*s comnnn--" (ii h" .ippoini'-.i "o :;ivr out inform.'Hion to thf public.  Prr->-;.lTOii Mi-'ehell wilJ pjyil>ai.)iy pit— ride .iiid tiie ;■ crct.irie.s will be dect'-d l;y the delojííit'-.-. Th" orpanizaiit>n of the convention will l>e th» only thinir done ,it thi;i nMrnini^'s Hcr.-ion.  W. n, llyati, «ecrt-iaiy tr<•^x.-.urcr the Uniici Mine Werk« r«i of Illinois, aa-rivci in-te ye^ìerdiy. .He s^inl the miners o.f hl.<- ¡t •t-^ have a' li.-a-^t ÇiO'i. 000 in tli'-ii- '!"tsury and i .id-'d ;-ha; ii the anthra'dle tmners needed help fully ?2."f>,0i»0 Woiild be .v,.rit ;ii ;i fcv, J:otHV Mr. Ryan s.iiJ he was no{ here .m oììì-•(i'll bu;^iui-';---. He im.iy. houevor. consult with -Mr. Mitfhdl on the ifon of iho financt.i! ini, aifiiouf-rh n'.fiorai pr"-^iden! v.iy.i su-.di asîi--:-ance i'- noi l(-d .it prc-^nnî.  th -'-r.' ..f .Ner. York u: ivei-.-.iiv i;> new namcïi" hav^^ been üddf'd to thmc already .seb'cted for a piace in the hall of fiime TlioHc counted ye.'sf-T'lay wer« in the foliou'inR: Prf-nchem and  theoIoKi.us'--. ecientisst!?. ■f-niçineers a.nd architect a, judpos and liiwyera, musi'-cian.s, painlt'iä, s^fulptora, physician« and .sijii.j;eonH. f^rdriiíirH and pailorB.  Th- li'-t 13 as follow«-, Ulysses Klinp-iîon Or,ml, John Mur-^hall. Jonathan Kd-iVardî», SJ; David G-lftag-ow Far-ragul, 79; Pvidiert E. Henry  Ward Heerher, 't'.n-. James K<"nt, 65; .fo.^epv, ,-!}.,. y (•,( .'ni J im'^i-. Au.iulwm, G2; William ICiKrry Uh,innlnir, 58; Gliben Sir,Uli, 3;:; Horac ííu.?hell, 52; Aífa Grîiy, 51.  OPENING. MINES.  rj.;-ani;iation in Pokni iuatd voi Ltie le.;a-  N<> {'rocres"! In Iiisiir!in< e CIH("A(".< >. I »,. ;, i'j. ■ v.. on th!' :ille::"d insnr.im brouiiiit no ,idditi<iri.iÌ eh.  lii'Ki'it ieii  sieriiay worli (.•onsplraev e,s bearing  STUDENTS ANNOY BRYAN.  .Soxf'iiil Arrfitoit iint thv Civn.Uibitr  Aniied I'-or Thrilr KoIcuhc.  Oct'.  was ,i mildly wild lime yesterilaV afternoon .when Mr. Pryan cam.- .io ..\iin Ariior. Tile student.s of the Stab- university. whicii is located hercr .were ai the meet in^'- in lai'iic numln-rs and eai^h one made iii.s prc.sencc felt.  Mr. I'ryan iiad no sooner 8ho\vn his face ihaii Uie boys bt-iran a danuir wiiich dal not .ccaye for la or là miiiut.-s. Even after Mr. Bryan advanced to th'^ frt.'ni oi' till' si.uid, tile din rontinu-d, Imt ultlm it'')> sui'sided .suiticicntly to alliou iiiin ti.) iiüiTln,.  '1 am tilad lo talk to you," lie bci-ian,. ••if yuu ui'e .willlriii: to listen."  fesv voices responded: are -  willinc-"'  ■•If I were an imperialist,"" Mr. Pryan went on. "I would call oui an army to suppress you, but I am not." Tbiii sally seenii.'d to ¡ilease the youiiK men ind most of ttiem laughed and dieered, . ,S<nne o!' iliom jeer'-d to .such an extent, • however. Iba I an oflicer wiis compelled to enter tile ■.•rowd and arresi Heverjii of (bi> noi.siesL , ;  .Vfiei- tins, while file interruption.^ v.;eu- iru'uii-ïU. tiii'V iicneially tovdi the shaiie of «jueist 10ns. One of the <iues- r tiiMis in-oiirhi out liie e.vplicit dcidnra- j lion from Mi. [by,in that "The Demo- j i-^ralie ¡Kirls is for the free coinage, of-i silver .'It the r.iiio of it; lo 1 without waitinti im- tie' ,.id or consent of any other nation.'" . '  liy tiie time Mr. Pryan condnded tiie confusion h.-ui cea.sed entirdv and . h'? -lo.sed amid d-.eer!--,.  At the lim>.; ol tlie .arTest of some, students at .\un /M.i'or Mr. !',!y;in,s ai-  .UaUuU.  he dill not know oi if" itiiMi'^ri'i^-r'lhV '•lose of^tbe ineenu;.;-. Wlt-'U lOVorjued t>f what bad tiei'M doin- lie imint'dinie!y ' Héiit the loilow iiui "  "lion: M. .1. (';tvanaui':li, Ann Ariior.  "My -Hh--tt -ii- Ux. ijjje,. as 1; ,un,  informed, thai some of the coilc^t.' Iiovr wi-re arrested for disturbimi Hie mcct.-  the original crime. ,L<.>rler.s h.-u'',- be-t. fourni .Ulli n îiinof ..voi/n htn-» i-»»!; dra;:;K'^d inio iln- cns, . Ijni ,ir" s.iid I" in vaiueie.stì .is evidence. Mr.--. .M'Oìaban in whc^'-e tious.' TnIis.; DefvUibacii d!"d  ¡Cí^n''.  Ilona! üi-iiit oll lise c¡. ■'. Sii.- i tv-; tain e'i.nleran a .padia^re of love ivi tcrs w ilici) .Mi.--.- Iiifcn'nadi nad len ÌM' from Dr. Untier, ,  îUUhoi I/. iiuí in i il htation.'d lïuard. •' •¡¡'ifit .11 T,.kü "Tiie î '.Silin "Of ;r Pi-ndin.ï;  l'ion in i'  ií-.n i.íí Ib'"- !-!ri-:l:i I iv  pí ' ni !. ¡11' í-c,. nc>  ri Pekín an ícd-r-oiní  ■Î ri  man íHjí!.: 01' i-h  líOUisl- L'T, l V i'. O.V.V. o Oti.-'*. ,t '^ V'ÍJ 'Cl' . -lie  ■The coni,i ■ " en ra.HÍe ¡n reí iü ü) !iit.-í íir=.í tin.ib •  .lUon 'ÎÔ !■ Ti T  position i,>! lile rc()nest of Governor' Bayer.-' ol 'i'exa.s f'ii- tlie,persona of Wili-i.íín (1--1 i: ■!'. niíl .-tlici meml.ters ci¡' tile íiuard (^í dircctorR of the St-indard Oil compaiiv, ,'^evera! siatementfc! wer'-K'i\'en our varlon.sly all'^ííinp; tiiai Oov-ertiur Roi.'sevclt or Ac'üi»; Onvcìiioi-braiii-li, i W'.i.i ijuii h i'l la'.-'ii !)c.-íI .i< ,!.->i i¡! ¡a--b ivi ni.^U^-i. bu! 1l I"l-.>!ílely .i-. .-t ¡aiti'-d e'<a "c-ioii •: ihat i in- or iy .iclrrci iaiven íh- Un-, cu-í!-^ ; w;i!; I.iy Jiidse ,!-nee. the ;.;(>veinof'.'í ort- j pard'in ■•b-rk. wiio niereiy to tíov-  ; to-noi' Sayern' counsel an opinion lh;ii ie.s- I unie;;.-: Iiis (..iprrs of ri-quisìt'.on conili .state tiiat îiie "pci'sons wanted bail in'rn in -the í-íale. ul .Texas and had .'.•-innnil-ted a ertnn- tbertv tlwy cViulir mo î>p taken from Mus stale. I. . !'',•;,> -. i .iudt;-- .loye,' tili< ,.pìnl'^n to c.'iu-  , tJi'" "I'boni.is of. liovenior Sayeiw' coi.in-nicil- h.'i;' f îseï Vi .Lbar_ U'eiujoma!  tlitta of ! iVo Uliif  at the same place.  Ye.sicrday ;he eoni]!any let: contractf for tnunn.i: niai Mnerv ;!fTf{reir;i!:in>i over 5",I'll It'll). Till.- m;u'htn'"r,v is to i>v> pla'->'d in 111'- n"-.\ mine.i. Th" }^il!^bu^ií ,'ind litJtTaJo e.>mpany i- al.su dcvclopins; '-vai i.TJttois ,it White FlocU, on the Aliciiiiany Vaiii-y railroad.  FLOUR COMBINE CHANGES  io !nts ni'.-asu! f lui'ili'-r ir.l'io-fna -ituau'in in '.'Inn:  M'V OC'Ul'.Ui'UI < on t-iie riii''fv>■  •-»ulfiaed hv .SUootiiiB. , pinLAi>r:ui>!ii.\. n'- Edw-u-.'  Eyre.. .p.rcaiti"iit 01' t n'e Americ.au Hardware ci.'ropany, comniilied .suicid':' "by ■  .sîi(>ulin,;-r'"'Wei}»tiiiiî.4.Y........in ihe sVabb* ai  bis iiome al Ardmoiv. l'a.. H'' ¡¡'n .î note in wiiidi lie s.in.t b'e !ia<i ¡»cet, robbcil ot' $17,01)0 liy hi:.: i>;iriner and ihat a «uit Inotmiit to recver liie iiione> had ii'é.éu di'eid-wid a^iainsi hiio. lie wai nS years ol' iii- ie;ivt-s .j widow :uu;  family. One of !iis sons is che.-i rl.-tli  to <îcner.'û MacArMitii ■ in.....Use.....i'iii.Jii»:_.  pines'.  <»bI«»Mt <'hii>i(:iit<|ii:iiii . D'-ad. JAM1-:S'I-1)WX, Y., (XI. VJ.--Am bro.sf; llanciiet.î, Ih'.' oldosi man in i"iiaut;nniua eouniy. dn-d "iN-'-diie.sd.i .v nijihl al Ma.V vil!!..'. a.;;ed iel'y..a!-. ifi lias aiwayi-î resnicd in Uie couiiLy.  •V^'otMii» A<tiiiiU<'<i to l.uw l'rataita'.  1:TI<'.\.. H, I .ML-, Ab LI t'owe ^  of Grecne. iMi'-nan'4'o cour^ty w.is ad-rnit'ted !o prae;s>'e in i!ie i;nro.Nl SlHe.-;  i'iisirici and circùu courl by Jud.;;y ('oxc'-yt-sU'riIa.v. .b'-in;i Uie ni\st vvunian practiiioîn':- m uie Unu.'-'i Si;iie.i euui in Ibis ju.'liciai di.s'vri(.a.  Í 'lïirn. tiieir  n  »ivpiivs j came here iotdiin îc ;i¡'- Si ii-ni j and it \s;i.s .i.;u'en on ilv.-' n i if-î l - Sr a-TpW-^l—fL_üo vj^nor l'"l I.N:'?, il! siini"  vailinir cnuuion. Uovernoi' Fio'â  r(.l'u^>d evcti-adiiions a.-^k'(i 'oy tî-ivoni »1  H'u;.- •' : "i-! I. <-: Í ni'i c  Supr''iîie'<''Otn" .fu'lii-' Harirrn,- trirti ■ per.son Couid not be t.üken to a stale tor - cri.'-ti -UHle.s-^ -tiu v-i.liu. .i;UUl.ni.lt:l. ed. a. ci Uniti thai stati., in person.  So iar as I'.overnor ltoosi-%'(.«ii i.*-- eo/, ci-rneii iie has not a< led in the inati.-r lii-causc i>î al.'.-i'nce irom tlie suiie. Tit'.  StivndiJiril '¡'bud- .VllUttiji Cornpauy 1« tm t'eifftm^ itf {>rgani«i»tlon,  .\KW Y'itPK, «let. j-j,.....Announcement  is.made íbíit Ih" Smndard Flour MilU HiK .-»'ompan.ii i.s now -in .pnM:e.s.s of (íruíii-so,; rl, su-i^c'ciisor o'f the i"ni''-d S'Io s F'ouf Milling -eomîÂny wliíd! w.n-í recently in the hands of a r. ors.'iîîiza;ion conmiiree. By. fhí; plan;- 'if lilts eoniïnitt-.' th.,- nuiiti and ite p'ñWrííi''- «»í^ri'tiUi -will dciH'U-i for it;i  :roun.i ib.u .incom ■ ,vcr, maae'in- it.< properties. ■ - Th" niiiis at liof-f.tic. .ind M'ilw.tuke»-  i.,,i Í ârî- li^n Icö-scd io  tteir oi'i^in.il owners iind fhis^plïu!"^ is said wlU be aiiopu^'-î -with-IftevTOÎlî ,a.t-.£y.i;aei!se.,_S_ux>-,M'ior. Dulu-lh atsd orii c-f piac-s. U i,.^ -^a  "i'ñ'á'''Ti''....."pT''-!  Co.n S'ìtida  íb.'i; -A I'. Í.!<.>rinír iv.iU b  idî-m ■ 'of ili-J.....Nô'f'îii'w'ë's';  d I'^hoir Münng '.''.onpr Th.- li !l:-'r-J-.;n'.--,I,>!¡:!!)ic, , puny ill e.'u i y uu and oper-atu ILs <  wilt  I position of .Mr. W<-odrurf 1 ernor in Mr. iîoosevcit's .ib.s'.'uce, is e>;- ! • pkiin. d in -'1 fttaieme'nt fìlven out iasl :  i viiiîht; ......—--.......... ..........' ¡  j ■^"î have not render'Hi any d<'c[i-ion'iti-, j. íiit'-nin tícr. Tt -ivas presented to ine in- ! j; fo'i inaii>-, ; iiree wt-ek.s .lyo Vsy iuler - ' I {-sit d persons .ind T Hien s.iiri iii.ü ii, did nut proiier for me as acîin.!.:  »''overno! ti> dispose of such" an impori-; ani case,' imt that inasmuch .as iiui a i l\;w wedvs at the most would e!ai>se ; iiêforc Ceivi.-'rnov 'Ro-ritieVidl's return to ' yïe sraiv-: ■ 1 ífítoifíbl ■ it--.Hbauiii.-.bti- .iitib :-i milted to him. However as it has run. Tiov, over a pcrioti of si,x years a tbri-e weeks' delay vo my mind would have ;nr :it.:l'- i-if'-ic eiUter one or, rh-  lieatiache was its chief synip- other." _________  to in, i'>ij>tl[i:ill«>i> of ÍNjuiifcVtlinií,  e -t.^op.U -  UÍ,' a--^ •nsu.s bur-  ifi - t prop., 1 - h'  .itreat  Child.Wife» CimitttUs ßuield«^ HTHî-FAEO, Oct. Ì^.-'-Mn». Carmen Uiimondo. the K^-ytjar-xdd of  Domniick K.-iimondo, an Italian and mo^tii o¡ hi-- iwo-y.-ar-ojd child, roin« mili;-i j'Uicid' niiíhi by s.waUo%%--  iji-r i (i'ia.>iui.\ o;. pariii tí íé ^  .s,ild tb.it she h. s 'pad 'frequent quar-rçip wíiii be' hu-b.iiK of lûti; 'theSH  are .«iipponofi ni have driven lifr to the commissi-on of rh" r;,iih act.  M&KKEÏ SEFO®*.  New YotU Money Market.  NEW YOKK, <5et- 11. .  M'^ney t-.-n cal!, ■  Prime merciuui!« p;tpcr, per c-nt. Ptir'.l;';: E.N< b.'in!,:c'. Actual businea-fi ic bflnîccj-' ,ii ^i.^-i-l'iÈ for Lb-mand and íl.TS-í for s'txt.'. <{,<v..,. posted ralea i'oinin-;■'ia? lin'-!, .tt.'^f'Hi^'l ■•rJav.'l t-rS!ricii!.-i-, Bar .'-.Pier, Mt-JCican .'lollart.  Hfw Yorlt li^roüGce Mssf&st,  FLOUTÎ -wir.tir patriots $3.'î')it4 «J; wiS' : îk:: \tr'ii}:li'i,t., winter extras  r-i-iO'-T.!-''I, V. intír lew írr.idfn-, Í.^.CcíÍ.íS; Minto- "t'l p.lt'''r.t:!, Î! J-i'.íí.O'.e, Mlnr.eí,i.it£  bíjker.'-'.'. «.Wi-i^i-ífr. ■ .  Kyi;--N... V.''.^t-'-n. ..>-', f .in cit Pub rv. i .i.e. N'< w York car lots  W!1!'..\T -Xu r.',! s-^i,'. f.o b. aíxoaí No i - o-;iier:"- Diiiiití., c, .f.o lì. aÜ-iíit COKS-No. i:, t^v-. f.o.i,-. .uioaí OATrt--No. ... Nn. vi-t.iU-, 2C>-ïO  íra.'k wcslcrri, tr.i.'.k ivhirt-  Zfí^fí.t'Sic. - ■ ..... ■  ?mUÍ'C-—í-'anni.i,, í;ti.  H.\ V--Shippír.;;, 7:>"¡:7'>..-c; '„'ood lo Choice tr-  iji:TTKil--í''r>'.uni': V n xtra* , ii7-,-:i2lc factory, í;ií}tfK-; imitation es-ííamíery, li. í.) i7c. , ■  , bii-i;.'. whití-, ile «niítíl, wíníc. líe. - ■ --J¿<.i«»íí_ .Oíd' Perawyivjnl.i, ttmiía -Ti-.. b'.'-/ 1 - --------------  ::7,.>; No. :> niisí-ií  You had aiioí-hcr of your "bad spcîl.s " " this inoniing, and il real ol(l-ia.-,i:ioiied sick  ÎIÎMÎ -I.!«)!'!! Ofîtd  SV 1: í S!-' I ), : \î,í'.itrick  L>oi;iív, .--w-il. J. ..-'l Li! l'.iihjouii briùi;e imüd-■ ■r. 'A lon.n.' -b-.ad ••:) iii.; ¡]..or oi' a  b' ',i'-".,tii ai il-, I hi.nne .sn ;úí-s cíív. last '.iveriiii;,. S-iio ì- b> Ìit-Vì.'-.Ì lo iiave be-en 'il :.j ■ ' >. l'-.-ik,;. bvHìi.s'. Neih-  -inc, u'.».- 'i.iii! > wòuid .:niÌ4ca!e .su'i-  st.Ì!-. . 'iJi,:;;i- ili l'e .in auiopiij" on ih'-d '.t ì vvomati'.s iuis-tniiay io go u> Si,  'i'i  Et'lfaio ProirisioB. Mar&et. . .  !;-(TFFAi»V Oft n. \\ li i..AT--No 1 i.iirtbf'ni, Si'H': winie« wiieat. No. 2 reiL v'()RN--N') I'l'.ow , '-'-(.e; -No. ^ -'ofn  ■■»»».iv.-................  • OATS.....No  24't4e-. ■ •  FUOru-Spring v.-hc.''.i, Ijfat patent,, in>r bb), i.'i i''i; iir;;aef, ,l2 7r!'.-<3.»r>; iTrit^' ham, beat, S4,60.  lU.'TX,i'"P-- -'-'rtasiioiy, w^nmrvi fS-trais  cri. --c; fi-Jiy, .'strc., falali.''.""'"" w-Km e5(.ir.i,  £uU creaw, Jl'-j-i-CliCi  given to f^tr,  . " " —-  KOt'.S- ii^wite. frcph, W<£.K-4m.  '"pi»'!-).'!'!')lis-Whit. N.-v."i  Eftst Bnixalo Li^c- Stock Masket.  v-.-'vrTl.K--('".Kt-.i "Xivirl Mt'-er.s, fO.T'H-i x;'.od to ciio-.v-.- -bipitii'i^ :-iei.<r.-i, S3 a«; reuiii. biU f."»; i»tck.-rs, ll.iMi"  }'.'ii; r. bi-.»vui<-i'i sli-.r.-^, corn-UHt,  7:1, c.li.Vii;c io j-inviutk-,- ia-i- b'^siv.'J'B.-Il-ifoi-iroHiiTiuii. uUl ii-> f.iJr it&i  4ii.75; iioo'T buTrbtr buit? fj'^HiS.Tj.  SHKKi' AND l.A,MliS-ciicf.ce to fancy ^'ie>-:!'>l. S4 i,>-i < k>; en;!'; -isai c^a-ii-mov., S-i.7.'i, W.'Un: .shii-p, i'i-.i"';?!!.!-!!.',.,  {:ood 10 ix.^.'''-, .1 .H^ i-'i.timoTi f.- uu,  HOtiS- ,Vtii-'. o'.eUi.rr.'' S'K/.'S.JS.'  hravy Vi }:: l-'i:' i'K chcac- .iraV  ur>\v;u-f!. -  Buffalo Hay Market. HAY- No ' !:;r.>Mh\ !'.-fc. Cri/iTi«; No. S, tW'f^^i: baied hav. ivnim?, $l&«rflfi: No. S. SU^iij, Nc : pii t,-r. '.'^is'. Stii'iiiS-vJ  líoto-í» ï)o-, troy Krai «ay. If YOU Olliy liad UlkcD 'All ' W A.-;i i 1 NOT<'N <>- ; 1- Tb. IvlNOS WliddAMSTosVN, (let. 1.1- IlifrlU f....................U-tiû!..b' ot <-imn.< !.:  " J. 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