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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 23, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Part fj11st 1 wed Wisda y sri t. Risiti a Trot a mro .t., on Washington William Jennings Uryan Luu Lii he full and the stockholders certainly receive per cent. Is capital Stock a and like de is amount five killed and badly today. H brya.vsjt1nerary. In his Toute beige ii semite Iii we 2ami of tuber of finance and apply them l a Edwld dead a 1 Kyes 12. Woman s Devotion. I 3lm. X utter Eide atom tool Iblis Kiei Tobii cab Rug sept. 1 Jan Ordinary Day coach of the 11 mond. Fredericka Buru and Polo hallway William Jennings Bryan c sued trip through Virginiao clock route for Washington speech of thirty mum Tawas made Fredericksburg. And Short Addrea the smaller talus along the Lin Fredericksburg the Home Ofmother of Washington sent a recept committee of nine escort the can Date their City. Frederie Osbu or. Bryan was driven the Richan hotel where he tried rest but reality held an informal reception1 1 then he was taken made an address b Large crowd. Lie waa then driven the resides of mayor w. S. White where Dine o clock he took the train f Washington. His first address a was aah land. Where the train Stoppe minutes and was As follows i believe this county claims the Honor of being the Birthplace of two o America s greatest men. Henry Gla the Mill Hoy of the slashes was born i this county As was also Patrick Henry i believe the policy upon which i Utan in Thia Campaign in some respects re Viva the memories of both men. Henr Clay in 1845 described the diet o contracting the currency and Patriot Henry was in favor of the american Milford or. Bryan attempted in nuke a Short address but the tra n called nut before be could get the or Civ another big Crow defend the tic mocha Lite draw Craitic parly Una the republicans have Uada m k Tion than in any other Way. Weus you think now when the republicans Sorth Carolina become sponsor for democratic administration. I am n surprised that thrust and democratic parly in demanding Bita in Lisbin which Tver the Republic party of four years ago said was dear 11 Tho american people through trs 10 Tion. I am not surprised that rept s. Cans who eight years ago stood upon c platform that denounced the dem 6 ratio party attempt de Monema Silver Zoiti Wii i us toys in demanding bimetal ism which a 7 been Ibe historic policy of the unite so states until 1s73 and received the s support of All Tho statesmen. Re pub can democratic whig and Cubit in 1 a Uesi sects jul Ckinley. Sixtos Ohio. Sept. 19 in spite rain and bad weather people beg a ively rate and with the a into exc Tion of yesterday today furnished 1 largest crowd of the Campaign. T q first arrivals were Railroad men Ira tha Rai Liosis entering Chicago. The g came in sections each of the Roa e having a train or More As necessary 1 n the crowd. In All there were Elev in trains. The brat one arrived 9 e and intervals of fifteen minut b Othera arrived. being noon when tic b from other directions a bib in wi1 loads of people be provided wit r Heller. They were sent various y Halls about the City. Aside from the d Railroad men. Tho delegations schedule for the Day Are e republicans of Hulton a r train loads from the Carnegie Atee _ works Homestead people fron stations Between Jame town k. Y Tho Fate re new York and Pennsy Vania Railroad All arriving shortly after noon. In the afternoon Commerce a travellers from Cincinnati comment travellers from Pitts urfi. And a num Berol trains from Northern Ohio a scheduled. 11 o clock tha first of the Penn Sylvania deletions arrived. had been organized Hulton and brought citizens of that locality Tho number of about one thousand and two bands rain was pouring Down when they arrived and the party was taken the grand opera House Lor the reception dead of the Lawn As usual. The Rood wishes of the visitors were of tended by Gen. A. C. Litre yield Anil or. C. A Campbell both of Oak Mont. Major Juo Kinley responded there shortly before noon. When he in shed his. Address the Hulton delegation he introduced senator Cul Lom who Poko briefly. The senator told of the rivalry amongst states Roll up the biggest Mckinley Majori. Iea. He told in a Happy Way that there was nothing the matter with the currency and that when the Tariff was properly adjusted along the lines of Protection the country would be All right Confidence and Prosperity will be restored and Silver agitation will be forgotten. During this meeting the delegation rom the Carnegie steel wills Trong and several bands came in and heir reception waa Alao held in the opera House. L. T. Brown superintendent of the Mills introduced Ibe party. Charles g. Dawt Chicago National Bead quarters Caine on a Section of the Chicago train and during the morning meeting was on the stage was a till raining noon with prospects of Bright weather this afternoon. President s. I. Casad of the Chicago and Western Gold Standard club said the trains containing tha Chicago Railroad party had arrived hero and 4 Railroad men were Here in tha Chicago party alone. Financial Bula ii believed be the last p one of the wicca element of u Force Ibe of mines that ars not paying the Marc of the strikers have asserted Fulong thai they would clean out Brough there. Ratiner than see outa d labor come the Camp. The m managers who first refused rec Uii ii the Union finally Oil ered co Promise but this was rejected and efforts by citizens and others Sera a Tel the strike since then have file the morning sheriff be Man of Leadville. Ind judge Onens. The District court of Lake coun called upon governor met Tyre 0 troops quell the riot in Lead Vil the governor onco issued the is and before Daylight almost the anti military Force of the taste were e route for the scene of Ibe Troubl the troops from this City two infant companies and a Battery Wil read Leadville by noon e Tho Leadville companies Are Alread e underarms the scene of the i o turn acres and those of Thia City an e Colorado Springs Are in route Lead y Ville in a special train on the Denver and Rio Grande Road. The militia a a not ordered out by the governor unt after he received the f Olio Wing dispute e from the sheriff Leadville Lei Uville Colo. Sell 21. I a k. The situation Here is beyond m control. I so compelled Call on Yoi for Aid preserve order and hereby needed. Signed quiet prevails Here now and no further rioting is anticipated. is generally believed Taftt the Man who the Coronada Shaft hero Thia who attacked the Emmett mine but were there repulsed have fled the mountains and will be seen from the Couer d alone country who were in the riots there soveral years ago. looks a if the Backbone of the strike was broken and the outbreak of violence this morning wis the final demonstration of the Lawless element. Fire lives least were sacrificed in the fighting and the work of de Truc Tion the Coronado and Emmett mines. Following is a list of the dead and injured Bert heir and James Benson. do. And were killed by he explosion hey were Dieci Iliad Only by Means of apers on their bodies. 17m. O Keefe Foreman of Hose con any no. 2. Hot through the stomach. J. Higedus Miner employed the Jon Tuulo shot eight times in arms and John Mahoney Miner shot through the injured Frank Teller and Arlin Scott both Coronado minere. He r wounds Are not believed be Tal. Sef Honey. Who was shot near the Emmett mine claims he waa there merely a a Spectator. least three the attacking parly the Emmetines were seen a hit bullets they were carried away by their comrades. The Coronado people heard of Tho coming of trouble last night but he supposition was that the attack was o be made the Emmett. Soon after be i thana responded quickly armed Vith Rill a and Aho thuds. But they could 1 tile in fighting Tho fire and dynamite. Poreman o Keafer was shot from behind just after he turned a Stream n the fire the Coronado. The first Hack the Coronado waa made with dynamite. Near the Oil tanks. The Hack mid a Fuai Lade of Bullet Fol owed but the dynamite did work veil. is charged that the lawlessness of ast night was due a mob of strike Rinc Paliy from the Couer d Alene country who have Long been Breeding rouble in Leadville and who. Seeing hat lib strike was nearing an end. Ere determined make a final stroke. Hia assertion is largely made by the peaceful miners of the Camp. Early n flt night there waa every evidence that l in strike was broken. Many miners and announced la Weir intention of going 3 this morning. After being h pulsed Al the Emnett mine the mob j hich numbered not Over fifty persons i Lla. Today hundreds of miners say f Ley will go work once. They utterly denounce the not remits and p y their action has lost the miners l e strike. The arrival of the militia b ans Boualy awaited despite the w Parent Calm. The local companies Ivo been sent the Hills Ami armed h tires Are strolling the streets. The m Council met today and decided d Tho state officers in appending the overs. a maos meeting of citizens m a afternoon. The unless element will la denounced and will be Demandedthe troublesome men leave the u entry. Fetco special trains were dispatched 1 in and supplies. The troops Are f1 Der command of brigadier general m books adjutant Hearal Moses compacted them. De Chumo. Sept. 17 Shaw Man mcc1 a Ville of the democratic cation Spe All Bureau has Given out the follow he itinerary of or. Bryan if leaves new York Midnight de september 2 a Washington. D. A. Eai u6 morning of september 30 Mart or. Hills a key vat o p. M. Get in. C Parka Surg 10 a. W Parkesburg f. A. Wheel Agat Midnight oct. 1 ii. Charleston a. A. Hunting d 1 p. M. To Cincinnati taking the o w. And Mississippi train St. Lou of where he Silver democracy clubs oct. A oct. Memphis inor morning Nashville in the Eva in. E. Cush lotto a c., sept. Willis Al j. Bryan began speech making ear a today alter a night s rest in his Speed n train. Heidi Hia Sleeper Here o clock this morning and waa Oacorteto the stories Park by the Hornet h i Cal a nights pythias command of mounted me r there he addressed several thousand people and 10 o clock left Chariot i for Durham. Or. Bryan spoke As follows the r Republican party has been Legislatingmake a Dollar dearer and then the deny that legislation has Anythingdo with the Dollar. I want Thia morn no Call attention the condition in the volume of our Money. Now want assert first As a proposition that cannot a disposed of that the Money of the country must keep Pac wit ii the population of the country am with the industries of the country an that unless the Money does so we aha find that a Dollar rites in value Al the time. Now when a Dollar rises i value simply Means that Price Wil fall and falling prices Are an injury the men who produce the wealth o this country. Failing prices Are Good for the Man who bus and wishes use that Money buy the things falling in Urice senator Sherman who stands the head and front As the Leader of the Republican party and All tha1 port Dii of the democratic party which is trying elect a Republican for Dent used these words in a Speed i which he made in behalf of the Sherman Bill on Lite Day of june 1soo if our present Ead senator Sherman is estimated one billion four Hundred million dollars and our population is increasing the rate of 3 per cent per annul would require million dollars increased c Raul nation each year keep Pace with Tho in Oreato of population and is the increase of population is continuing n greater rate Ihan tha increase of wealth in business was thought that an in med increase of circulation might be obtained by the larger Purchase of Siver Bullion in amount Duff Talent make retire All Bank Bills and keep Pace with the growth of pc Pula Tion. Album tog the of 000.000 a year of additional circulation is needed upon his basis that amount is provided for o the Bill by Tho Issue of Treasury notes n Exchange for Bullion the Market Rice or. Sherman you see declared that Money must increase with population and even More than that ears wealth rapidly than population and therefore he defends the Sherman Bill on the ground that gives the people about each year in new Money. Hat did us a reason for the enact nent of the Sherman Law. And then turned around and joined with the opponents of free coinage in repealing he Sherman Law and leaving nothing o take Ila place. Instead of having new Money each year we ave been decreasing in our circulation or the last two Yeara. I have Here a Ove Mont publication issued on the of july. 13u. Which gives a Lable Culat on among the people. Accord f of this we had in circulation in i Lia country of the 13lh Day of june Day oui a a year afterwards in had n Lien fl.601000.uixa fall of j59 a 00.000 in the circulation in one year i Herease senator Sherman said ought 1 j increase in that Lime. O if Jou will Lake actual deficit and i id the amount we ought hate u id you will and a deficit of Ever n in circulation in one year y i june. had fallen a 1.506.000.000, u 11 of in the a mount Ofoney in actual circulation among theople in a single year. You add r iwo caught have a id As an incise and there c As n deficit in one year of More than r 50.000.uio. In two years there has d in a decrease in the amount of w Oney in circulation of fj50.oilo.000 what there should son. My friends these Are not vain so three statements Are not m Nvvf Lorings of Lunaticsnd Cranks w Jeee Are Tho statements made upon e testimony of one of our opponents. E Short a time go.even they 10 lunches have not forgotten that Tho truths they slated no still alive. What h vision does Tho Republican party m Fike for the Supply of Ibe Money Hal the need none whatever. I am not rpt aed tent est ii men who have been poor of the Iree of Silver. 1 a lot surprised when 1 find that re Erans ii and died is the is Miry rat w.--i Asir j -.v.-.3 so Raudry no Stempl Mads carry out the Jred Cis ept tur Idey and Ihei lilo a Fje illustration of woman s he Sod mat s p Eri Idy came up in police com ton monday. There was enough Paphos connected with the Case a rogue the Emilious Ai More than one Stroun heart. I Iro Bubly Veara of age. His was thorns Gutter and Liis Home ind. N Hamlet not far from i Roueta. A station on the late Erie and Western Railroad. his Side eat his Ralfe. The woman whom abused Yea Ter Day. And for which offence be who j cow arraigned. The Jittu woman was in team. A picture of abject despair. Clinging Akita web a Blue eyed Dira child of four Yea a Olio looked f Pou the proceedings with curiosity mingled with grief. The Little one was their Only daughter whom alone ought y be sufficient bluing i0 make Tho wedded ties of Imi couple Happy and inoperable. The Atory of Tho cose As developed by tha testimony a that mrs. N utter Cima fort Wujen two months ago. Accompanied by her Little Dauber. She cume Cave tre Alicent and recover from the of an operation which. 23 witnesses Sav was due the Lulu mane treatment of Tho husband. A h appears that Nutter has several r j times code adored compel his wife s return. As she was physically unable o assume the of household duties and was furthermore. Calving better care the Home of her Aister. Delia Taco 7s Dawson Street limn she could receive Home if Lucinca was brought Bear by relatives thwart or. Vutter a plans and successfully. In sunday or. A Itter came Ibe cry with a corp Pinion. One parly Pone la. And together they weal mra. Pace s Home the former s intention being of , loses Hia wife and renew his argument for her return. Both or. Sutler and companion had. Been dry Sciug whisky from a flask they had filled tones and the husband s temper was of an ugly kind when he reached the Pace residence. He in carte quarrelsome that a found advisable summon officer Hobbs. Who came upon the scene Aid placed both Nutter end his Friend Dyson under arrest. The officer found a Revior on the person of butter was unsheathed from ils Case and air srances would indicate that be had intended using inasmuch As certain witnesses ratified that if she recovered from her operation would e better if were the wife admitted the cruelty of her jus band when dressed do in by Deputy prosecutor Aiken but her disposition shield the Man a much As possible. Mayor Solterer bought Tho Cai of sufficient import Ance refer to the grand jury fur investigation and he therefore placed Nutter Bonds on the charge of assault and gallery with intent Dyson wag fined 1 and costs which he paid. Nutter went jail. 17-1 West Wayne Street or Eva of illness dated several years. Re the last Law months he failed rap d Bright s disease was Iho cause of t. Death. N or. Evans was born in 0 county. New York and hews even a one years of a great portion j. His life waa Railroad c a career in that line began in concecia q before he had reached Man s Cita upon a Short Road which an helped d build. Then he went Lioe Hester d a. And aided in building the e York Central from that City a Risca Falls. His last railway service i g the capacity of Road master of the a Bish. Which position he resigned Ai teen years ago. He came Thia i engage with the company in 1s5 surviving him is the widow Anil the children As follows Mary. And i urn a., Atlhia City and Edward. Toledo. Ohio. The deceased waa a member of the first presbyterian Church and d Moat officiated Al the last bad riles. Mrs. Louisa Kruth wife of Chr Stia Erab dial last a Edne Aday night a the family residence. 153 or fit Street. Death mis due cancer of the stomach. The deceased was fifty five years old and leaves several children John Stier. One of fort wayne1 Early settlers away 9 o clock sunday night the so of eighty Feu years Hie death using duo the infirmities of old Ake. Deceased was born in mar barn Germany on aug is he came fort Wayne in 18-h and two Vears later married Mary Ben Mooker. Who survives him with fire children As follows. Mrs Charlolle Mennich and Lenry Katie Louise John and Frank Slier. The funeral will take place wed Nadav Ai o clock from the House and of o clock Frost Mary s Catholic chord Myrtle Bernardina daughter of or Auis frs. Loretz Kickerson. Died sen Day of bronchial pneumonia age ten months and fifteen Lavina wife of Christian Benton o township died sunday o typhoid Iever. Age. Fifty years the deceased had resided in Allen Only Many years and waa High y eased by friends and neighbors. The one Day old child of Moses added and wife of 50 East main treet died saturday night and was uned sunday. Frederick Luehr four years old of in. And mrs. Charles Luehr of 255 a Street died Friday of diphtheria. The funeral w3s he d r lately saturday. The following is the list of deaths re sorted by the City undertakers for the Eek ending september 19 Albert Grevo 10 years old fre Tinburg 10 months old Mary 77 years old Lious fever. Thomas Stevens. 65 Jears old Ben Al debility. Charles Catu s. 19 Jeara old consume Mary Smith s months old Bowel and w. S. Humphreys. Is years old Capil by bronchitis. I. E. Thomas i Day old. Exhaustion. Ceorge Prince 3 Yeara old. Con Everett Cox 4 years and 5 months i. Accidentally drowned. May de Turk sixteen years old Pho id fever. Child of f. J. Bonten. Stillborn Jouise by hip sevely Ioury Cara old Raysis. Anna find. months old Ruiu Ler complaint. Louise fifty six years old. Can Frederick Luehr four Wiira old Plit Heria. Are passing a1vay. Y. Is Tylnn Iii outui3 Kuril is our Olit strikers Resortfire arms in m drive away imports jut Lis sept. In Domuinohurphy. of pensions. 1 made his annual report for Tho i a year ended june 3lis a secrets Francis. Hesus v there were added the w during the year 40.37- new pen of s and there were restored o. pro 1 1 been previously dropped a total -4.247, during the aame the Torch also brought in Fjean Iville Colo., sept. Re bloody phase of Tho great miners strik has come. Three men Are known0 be dead and two others dying the Coronado Shaft House and Machiner 1 Are in Aanes and Jour innocent hous holders Are homeless As a result of a attack by parties As yet unknown Upo the Coronado and Emmet mines in the dark hours of the Early morning. The first attack was made upon the Coronado which is in the oily Bein Only half a dozen blocks from the pos office and surrounded by residence Tho Coronado Shaft Housa was built o a Large embankment enclosed by of and the machinery a Lifty feet Abov the Street level. A heavy plan barricade was erected around machinery and Shaft House when the Ami Ile Houlb was Well stocked wit provisions Winchester and Amman Tion. Beyond is Sulla on workingmen seen coming from the mine Divera time no overt acts of violence had been tempted against Thia mine until o clock the morning when a few Bullet struck the Barracks and the men on guard prepared for action. was a night attack Upin the property. Judg ing from the sound of the firing i came from Tho East. There was no confusion nor crowds on the Street the Erst intimation which those Down town received of the trouble was a number of shots. The shots came scattered first then faster and faster. The streets West of co Rouos were deserted with the exception of three or four Persona Attr acted by Tho shooting. Suddenly after Twenty five minutes of fire a Sheet of Llimo burst out. Followed by a terrible detonation. The attack no party were using dynamite. Thethen seemed up slightly Oscas onily Bullet went through the air. And then a Sheet of flame from eighth or ninth streets. waa evident that an attempt wat Biog made fire the property. East of the engine House Are several tanks of fuel Oil and the attack was concentrated on Thia Point. There was a Sheet of lame and a sputtering is though of lazing powder. The Enrico room was n flames. A few Momenta later and he Clang of the fire engines was heard doming up the Street. But was cot 1 or them have the Coronado. was marked for destruction and armed men Neld the firemen Bay. When the lose cart reached the Corner the unpeeled and the marshal Anil his Nen were getting ready for action Rhen three men appeared from around he Corner and compelled the firemen levelled rifles Stop work meanwhile the flames grew fiercer and Ercer. The men in the shift House Here finally driven from their fort but ought the last. As they ran Over lie High trestle work a dozen shots Ere fired but the men reached the ump in safety and escaped. By is time a Large had Gath red in hundreds ready assist but Ere held Hoy by the rioters Ond building. But presently As the sheets flan if rolled Orer the build Ings As apparent that unless there was Mely action Tho buildings in the Finity were doomed. The firemen hied for by this time hundreds o 1 eos armed with rifles appeared and guarded the fire department and Voluck ers. All attention was devoted Vine the houses a the Vicinity but spite of every Colfort four a East eighth Street Weru destroyed. But More terrible even than the Dea action of property was the Losi of life Erre o beef. Foreman of Hoap so 2, As turning on the water when a Bullet tired his Side. He is mortally funded and dying a a Hospital. An known Man was taken Eist Goth Street dead blown pieces by Zamilp another k a3 mortally wounded by dynamite. C in in Honor. A Miner Al the big or. Who was near the Emmett was of in the stomach. He died in Ibe nid of his companions. One of Tho in who Hora ight the report had his other nearly town Olf but was not Rio fully Hurt. De shots fired iut a Telephone Aiea in from the mine states Hist the ack was repulsed and that no lives n agn properly ha-1 resulted. Of Elrike Ugaku on Thel Dili of june Orange Rema Tralee by the let limitation 2.552 because e failure claim Peua iou for the years Aud for other causes. A agg Refiat of is. The net gain Over previous year w e Only 154. And May now Safe assumed that the Roll from Ihu lira Forth will How a marked and diminution unless Shou i enact still More Liberal provisions lha Are copy upon the statute Bocoka the rate of mortality among of who served during the War of in rebellion is rapidly increasing the number reported decreased during the year far exceeding that of any corresponding period in i lie history with the Roll june 20. 1896. 970 while the Rolls show a ii fat pain in Prece aug the amount disbursed of us compared with the prs i Oua year. There 495 Tig-1 pension being applications of run Renses made by Persona now on the Rolls. Although last years estimate o for pensions 73062 More Thaun As necessary Lor the Pas fiscal year the commissioner up Lucite stating that he believes the of Many cast s will make the full Manuat necessary. 3 Hia intention press the of cases As rapidly As possible. An estimate of fl.22s.5so la Marlo for Niu Celiane Cus the comm s Liis pay Maut by vouchers has worked Batiste Torilyn and opposes a return personal . Some d Mculty iui3 been experienced in tha execution of vouchers in Germany and the slate department has bean requested what persons have authority Adain ister oaths. There Are 601 United slates residing the revising of the pension there a no foundation for the Erro Coua impression that is the in Enion Atil further Revine the lists is the purging of the Rolls commenced n ins been entirely accomplishedought be understood however hat there still exists Tho purpose o maintain the pent Ion Roll As the nation s roil of concerning prosecutions he says offenders Aga Iusi the pension Laws have been so rigorously prosecuted during the past three j cams that Tho criminal work of the Law division Tina jul i Tate finlly lessened. Through he Combine. I Effort of the Law lit idiot and the special Faiu Inalou division Here has been Reluct of a la the United states during year of which h0.7ii were recovered As Tho outcome if civil suits. During the year in 9 dict my were found and there were Luj re commendations for prosecution he Numier of sentences 160. Guty tvo Oll onders the pension an taken in custody. 1 am glad i y discouraged violators of the ens on Ian Fol and tendered the business f procuring fraudulent Puni Innis unsafe Murphy a Ciumei Iii a Ibe work of the real and that an 1 need. The Cost of Ihbe Force during year Vas j477.l.. He says the uate for the work and makes some j Iraq movements b o com mends in increase Al 2 per h month of pensions survivors of lha sic a War and aug recommends e Zdiera who died from causes origin w in in Ibe service prior 4. L i he Recomio ends the of f Lull in for the i Lica Linof the pension Lawa. Thomas p. Lires Rahaii Leadsthe altar miss Fri Jerock Uriel time Saphi i a Utthi uni butt tort . Thursday last in the Chapel of i Iraq Hall occurred the marriage of or Thomas f. Brey italian and Misa mat the impressive which United the lives of these Tiro we known Young people being per Korniet by Liev. John Quinlan of the Csatho Church of Thia City. The attendants upon the Bride an Groom were Misa Mary Bresnahan. O this City and John Broanahan. Pierceton. Ind. Or. And mrs. Bresnahan will go housekeeping 8i Unce in their cozy co Tatge 273 East Jefferson sorrel. Was very shortly they will be Home their Host of friends. Or. Bresnahan is thecile editor the morning journal. He is a Brillian Iling a Large Circle of friends in this cil his associates in the Field he Cocup e Ezmond a cordial greeting him Upo the important Feut that today Mark a now epoch in his life and wish of Lim and he amiable Bride a Happy am prosperous future a country wadding an a Royal scale was celebrated thursday afternoon to Tielker farm three Miles from they the contracting pit tics being Frederick Friob. Janitor of the offices and miss Sophia Teik a. The ceremony was performed 3q Thia afternoon Emanuel e i.-Rsn Church after which the Brida arty and guests. 300 Strong aaa Erablethe Tielker Home make Meiry. Kojl Listie w1hii1aue. Last thursday the Home of or. Red Kiu elot on Columbia Street occurred Tho marriage of Camilla Manil and min Aii Virti i bail the ceremony having been performed by Justice ii. P. Ullerman. The two were lovers in France some years ago but they drilled apart and not Long after Manil also ame America and recently her old was begun. This waa followed by everal meetings and Liuti ily by the Mairian of today. They had previously meet in this City thursday into of them having resided in other Distant town the one East and the ther West of fort Hoke makes an the1 citizens of Georgia. Tell., Teui tent he in Dalton a. Sell Hon. Hoke Smith sex Secretary of the Interior spoke Here today a political meet no held under the amp ices of the state democratic executive committee. The reached Dillon yesterday but reception there last night. Uia addicts today was delivered one of the largest audiences of the com Petign and was met with frequent outbursts of applause. In beginning his speech or Smith re erred a former visit Dalton two years ago which be Aii Oke in behalf of sound end urged that the democratic National plat orm should not approve Tho tree coinage of Silver. He stated that he would not be candid did be fail say today hat his views upon the financial question remained unchanged and he regretted could not endorse this part of the platform adopted the Chicago convention. He Urguia that Ihbe who like himself did rot approve of this Plank Job the claimed Long after i tin i Uncial i Triy Moulin be round advocating Prit Atid Liml would be unwise re lit Ihu part in Iho ii lit for sound Money i. I a mint Olligy Fri rare practically Piti Lyell he Wai actually pledged or. Smith inc that portion of the Chicago platform which dealt with the subject of raising rave for Revenue Only Ai .1 contrasted with Thi protective Larih for which or. Hok Inley Bopre eminently stood. He approved i income tax and said was not class legislation. All the Revenue received by Tho government j came from the Tariff and the internal Revenue tax. The. Money collected from both these sources fell As a i personal tax. And not property tax he National Treasury and the c a ii upon properly and b . The sex Secretary devoted Tho larger portion of Hia speech the support of the state ticket. By Eldred. Mayor places the prisoner under Boivid. Deposit of Gold in Tho bogus Ben Eldred Wuo received Money from a car Roll ton 111., the representation that he waa Eldred. The real had a hearing morning before mayor Scherer. Evi 1 Lence showed that the prisoner waa undoubtedly impersonating another my when he received f 50 thro Iiah the United Stylea express of Iise. The Ataie a produced a letter As evidence and also a photograph of Tho genuine 1 Eldred. The letter waa written by the i cashier of the Carrollton Bank near which place Eldred formerly made Hia Bimo. lives no question of doubt n the Case. Tbs full name of the prisoner is not mown but is thought that he met lie real Eldred soon Atter the races in h a City and became 20 familiar is business affairs a attempt the Ole that has landed him behind the the mayor placed him under 200 Rad. To Yoke sept. Lizard Freres us deposited Tho sub Treasury 1.750.000 in sold and Muller Schaller c co., Canadian Bank of Commerce today shipped 100.000 in old from Canada. The weekly Bank statement shows he following changes Reserve in Rease fl.6sg.550 Loans decrease. 300.500 species increase phial tenders increase de osits increase. Circulation increase. F 309.-100. Tho Banks now old in of the re Irementa of the 25 per cent. Isle. . The Ameri an line steam ship. It. Paul which c i de for new York today taken g 00.000 in told for the Unius states Keith seeks belief from sell Edison Keith for Orty Jean one of the a eminent and Nofiu entail citizens of a Bucago threw itself into the Lake the foot of thirteenth Street Early yesterday morning ump rarely insane. As Renalt of Obranic dyspepsia and of Somny. He disappeared from nos meat i is Stalrit venue about 6 clock Jei Terny morning but no n Dien Linof his Fate was discovered this morning. Although search c esterday the of or. Keith s d nil today. But conclusive were by that All Hope was abandoned and e Lake a now being dragged for the cover of Bis remains. While the mily and friends of the dead Mer nut had recently grown apprehensive Yarding his physical condition the covery made this morning came the Sud Jeaness. In the Light of Tho tragedy was s in re Riillo l Hal lit. Keith had been peculiarly depressed us surest Enta trouble. His condition h recalled waa found Hal Morary inanity had followed his leg months of age rated dyspepsia and hint the Nezim d found Iliof in the Nerhy Lake r. Keith is Beal known throughout o country As a member of the whole of rail inert and notion firm of de boo a co., but he was Aleo a be mfr of Keith Bros and of Keith w on elevator owners. He was in Gnu wheel we Iii Misat oi.15. Ind., sell. Francis coffin found guilty of complicity in he wrecking of the Indianapolis National Bank and refused a new trial y the United states supreme court a taken Tho Penitentiary Mich an City Semi of his sentence of get year. S ice the second irial of his Case in h cd he was found guilty and his Rother Percival b. a jilted Francis co twin has been out on Sui eve ideas issued by judge in was issued pending an Appeal e United Statica supreme court. He As found guilty october 26. And e of Tho United states strict Chi re was affirmed by the oiled slates supreme court. Hay last when the inundate was via appear plumber 111 and himself Tho custody of Tho Niton san Tea marshal which in

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