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THE JiED CLOUD CiUEl?, IWIDAY, ()( 2, 18U6.
URGES ENGLAND TO ACT
iiniiif of VII Mljiloiniitlr ftilulh n With
llir I'mir Culled for-- .inlm:iil( n lit
('iiiImiiIIiiiii1i lli-rhirt-d Irttiulljr Only
Mllr. iif llin Killtitn
I.tvr.nroor., Sept. 55. Croat num
bers of pcoplu assembled curly this
morning In the vicinity of Honglor's
circus to hear tlio tidiliess which Mr.
(ladstono huil nnnoiineed Ills willing
ness to make before tlio iiioctirifr
railed by tlio Reform club to protest
iRolntt tin; recent massacres of Ar
menians nt Constantinople iind else
where in Turkey. Tho doors wero
opened nt 10 o'clock and nn liotif later
tlio auditorium wis packed.
The first resolution, proposed by a
Conservative nnd seconded by u Lib
"ral, rend: "I'hitt this meeting do
Mres to express It Indignation and
iibhnrrcnou of the cruel treatment to
which Armenians are Ivhifr subjected
by their Turkish rulers and of the
massacres which liavo recently oc-
.sirred nt Constantinople, which are. n
disgrace to the civill.atlou of thn
niuetucnth century." It was adopted
Wlien Mr. (Hailstone nrnsp to speak
bo moved thu following resolution
which was received with renin rkublo
-ti t liiislasm-
"That this meeting trusts that Her
Majesty's ministri-i mall, ng to thn
fullest extent the terrible condition in
which their fellow Christians are.
placed, will do every thint; possible,
to obtain for them full security t-tul
protection, and this meeting assures
Her Majesty's miiiiitierMhut thuy miiv
rely mum the cordial support of thu
lili.eus of Mverpnol in whatever
Mens they may feel it necessary to
lake for that urpi s ."
Mr. ISI.idstouo doolaied his adhesion
to the principles contained in the res
olutions, ami said lie came here (not
claiming any authority except that, of
u cllic u of Mverpool.
Mr. (Slmlstoiic then said: "I doubt
If it Is nn exaggeration to say that it
was la thu Mitliiu'.s palace mid there
only tluit the inspiration has been
hupplicd and tlio policy dcvlsud of thu
whole series of inasMicres, hen the
Miltnn carries massacres into Ins own
fapilal under the eyes of the ambas
sadors, lit) appears to have gained Hie
very acme of what it is possible for
bltn to do. Hut the weakness of
diplomacy, I trust, it about to bo
utrengthcneil by the echo of this na
Mr. (iludstnue then alluded to thu
Mipiucucss of the ambassadors of tlio
powers at Constantinople and said:
"I believe that thu continued presence
of thn ambassadors at I onslantinoplu
has operated as a distinct countenance
to the sultan, who is thus their rceic.'
nici ally. Hut, while urging the
government to act, It docs not follow
that even for the sake .if the great ob
ject in vlnw (Jreat llrltaln should
transplant Rtirope Into a statu of war.
On the other hand, however, 1 deny
that I'ngluiid must abandon her owii
right to Independent judgment mid
nllow herself to be domineered by the
Inclosing, Mr. Gladstone said: "We,
buve a just title to threaten Turkey
with coeiclon that docs not in itself
mean war, and 1 think that the tlr.st
Htep should bo the recall of our am
bassador. And ithhould be followed
by the dismissal of tho Turkish am
bassador from London. Such a course
is frequent and would not give thu
right of complaint to nnybi.dy. When
diplomatic relations aro suspended
Kugland should inform the bultan that
die would consider the means of en
forcing her just and humane, demands.
1 do not believe that Kuronu will
make war to Insure the continuance
of massacres more terriblo than ever
recorded in the dismal, deplorablo
history of human crliuo."
Mr. Clndstonu spoke for about
twenty minutes. He was in good
voice it nil did not seem fatigued when
bo had llnl.shed.
Copies of tins munitions udoptcd
will bo forwarded to tho cabinet
Crliiin Itniupunr In thn Icrrll.iry.
Foirr Smith, Ark,, Sept. 55. People
who have traveled through the Indian
Territory during thn past few days
report a woeful condition existing In
that country Crime lb rampant, and
the people living there are in n stuti
of terror. Many people say that the
couditlou now Is worso than It has
been for many years, with the excep
tion of the reign of the notorious Cook
gang. While there are no train rob
beries reported, there aro frequent
murders, robberies and similar crimes,
and the whole territory swarms with
drain llrnker Kill lll.nielf.
fJnicAno, Sept. 'J5. Frank II. John
on, for twonty-flvo years prominent
on the board of trade, killed himself
in Lincoln park by shooting himself
through the head, lie had become de
spondent because of heavy losses on
Sim Muniifiictiirer I'all.
Hoston, Sept. 58. -Thu National
rihoo uud Leather exchange has an
nounced the failure of litnpc, Hum
fccy tc Co, shoo manufacturer'! of
Lynn, Thu assets and liabilities are
not given. The tinn did a business of
between SGOoooo ud fSOOjOO.) a year.
CADETS HURT IK A FIRE
Tim Ml.ntirl Military Amdi-iny Ciiinttliti-lj
Mexico, Mo., Sept., C.-,.-. Tlio Mis
souri military academy.slttiatcd about
u mile south of here, was burned to
tho ground early this morning, caus
ing it bus of s;;.,no,) to tho building
and a considerables loss in personal
property of cadets, with insurance of
One hundred student were in tho
building when thu lire brokoout, and,
while no llvet wero lost, many of
them had narrow escapes and received
Injuries more or less serlou-.
The lire started in tho east wing of
the building, which was u substantial
three-story structure of brlclc, and be
fore the boys could be alarmed, had
destroyed nil of tho central corridors,
uniting oir the stall ways from tho
Cudet Olopton. son of tho United
States district attorney nt St. Lnuis,
was awakened bv the amoku uud
sounded the, llro call on his bugle,
arousing I Is sleeping comrades. U ith
tho help of Cadet W. II. Austin of
Carrollttiii hu Miceccded in helping
several of his frightened and almost
helpless eoiuiad.") out of tlio burning
litnialn (ihiHvich and Lieutenant
(iojttc, l. S. A , tan from room to
room at the peril of their lives, get
ting out the students who had not
been awakened by the bugle call.
t.nlct t iiptiiiu Holla Mclnllre was
taken out by Lieutenant (loude, who
was c impelled to Jump with himfiom
u tl.'rtl story window.
When the boys sleeping in the sec
ond mid third Mnrlcs of tho building
rean.eti inai me structure was on
tire, all escape by way of the stairs
was cut oil and they were compelled
to jump from the "windows. There
was no hesitation on the part of tho
obler boys, who wero uluinu com
pelled to force their younger coin-
tides to make thu leap
II. T (iucinsey of Independence,
Kus., was h.idlv burned on tho face,
chest and back and bully bruised.
Captain Holla Mclntyre was found
In u hull on the third tlnor uncoil
tcious. Lieutenant (iootlo stumbled
over him and succeeded In dragging
him out of the building, lie Is all
right this morning except for u sore
ness of the throat and lungs from in
haling the smol.o and gas.
An arm of W. I'aiior of Calm, III.,
was broki u.
Walter W.uf of Knsl St. Louis was
Injiiicd about the back and internally
Hotb unities of lMiitel Ilo'jco of St,
Louis wero sprained
The other injured cadets were:
John Ilalllday of St. Louis, leg
broken and back' injured.
Cyrus ICidd of liuuiilbal, leg sprained
and injured internally.
Frank Maxwell of Mexico, burned
annul the lie. id.
Walter Llliott of llumansvi'.Ie, foot
I II. Sutherland of St. Loirs,
John MeClellan of Viulta, In J. Tcr.,
I aptaiu lireiuer o! Ohio, arm
llrueu Christian of Fairfax, ICan.,
back and heed injured.
Charles lilasscock of Paris, side
Cutlet Todd of St. Joseph, shoulder
Hobert Judsou of Salem, back
M. C. Dobson of Kansas City, bad:
ami knee spruiuud.
Walter .Nulorl of St. Louis, arm
broken and badly bruised.
L. Meyer of St. Louis, ankle badly
The cadets aro scattered over tho
city, some at the hotels and others at
private houses, clllens having thrown
thulr homes open.
Many of tuo boys lost everything
they had, Including watches, bicycles
How the llro started is a mystery.
It had gained such a start when dis
covered that the lire company was
uiiablo to accomplish anything, uud
only a portion of the brick walls ate
riio Itrltlib riiicilltlnii Complete. lt
Work With l.lttln Trriulilr.
Do.vooi.a. Sept. 55. The Anglo
Kgyptlan forces aro In full possesion
3f Donjro'.a and the Soudan expedition
proper lias been brought to a success
ful close Tho ndvauco upon Dongola
tvus begun at 5 o'clock yesterday
thorn inff. The gunboats covered tho
eft flank and the cavulrv and camel
:orpi tho light flank. Wherever par
:les of tho Doivlshes worn sighted
thuy wero pursued by cavalry and
many of the fugitive were killed,
l'ho gunboats Hhellcd every detach
ment of hostlles that came within
range of thoir guns.
All tho principal Dervish chiefs,
with tho exception of Wad lllshara.
liavo surrendered, autl thu opposition
to the Lgyptiun power In this section
das completely collapsed Only Ur- i
llritish soldiers were wounded.
Th Second Slliiourl Drtnornitlo Draft.
lark llrokau Jinlsn Ilucktr Kenton.
Cnii.i.ifoTiiK. Mo., Sot. 5." In the
Second district Democratic congres
sional convention this morning ISO
mora ballots wero cast, increasing tha
number to n total of 1,301), without
thn deadlock showing any edgtu of
When the convention met ncainthls
uftcruoon hcventy-eight more fruit-,
lo.s ballots wero cast. Then on tho
1,43'Jth ballot came tho break and
Robert N. Hodtnoof Monroo county i
w iiuiiiinaicii oy mo vote oi to to l
for Judge Ruclser.
Korletr IUIIm nt Sllmlrrl Ftsisj.
St. .Ioskimi. Mo , Sept. 55 The St.
Joseph division of tho Daughters ol
the Confederacy houl a meeting yes
terday afternoon and decided to liold
an eutertalnuient in the near future
for the bono lit of the home It
San FiiANiifct'o, Cub, Sept. 55. Miss
Lninm Ashley, who shot at K. J, Raid
win, thu millionaire horseman, in
open court ami narrowly missed utti-i
luir him. was actiu'tted on tno i-roundl
of temporary ituanlty,
I 1U kill' Ut'IlUllb III Llll' III1IIIH IT llfl
decided to have a minstrel perform- turned to Dougola yesterday upon the 'eruay tuiornoon. nunpson answered
mice, the society ladies of the city to instructions uf Sir Herbert Kitchener, I tho 'Pcstlons put by Longut llutchin-tu'-.o
the leading parts. , ,i bemin bombarding the fr.iK nn,l ?n w'.nkh ho would uot answer al
, ,, " , ,,, ", . itnai place, lu doing so he stated Hint
"i.uruy" HiiIiIitHi A4,..lii4iu Anjniturt. earthworks, lire was kept up upon llmler free oolnuire (10 believed thnt
, , .
Miijur .Mr III ii I
ey Talkes on 'lh.it Mutter
CA.srov. Ohio, Sept. '-':.. Major Mc
Kliiicy addressed two delegations yes
terday nfternoon. The llrst was from
Wood county, Ohio, and the second
from M uncle, Intl. The latter came
on a special train of live coaches, and
Included four bands, the First Voters'
club, the Prosperity McKluley club
anil veteran soldiers Major MoKin
ley .spoke, In part, as follows to tho
"I believe In America for Americans
native born ami iiaturali.cd. I lie
llcve in thu American pay toll (laugh
ter ami applause), mid 1 do not , lit
llcve in diminishing that pay roll by
giving work to tiny body elsu under
another ling while wu have an Idle
man under our llag. Four years ago
tho laborer was agitating thu ques
tion of .shorter hours. Wo then had
so much to do; 1 have heard no discus
sion of that kind for four years.
i i.aiiguicr tinn nupiausc.) nut 1 nave
never heard of the laboring man dis
cussing the desirability of Ituving
"Tho complaint the chief com
plaintof our opponent is, first, lliat
we liuyo not enough money; and .sec
ond, that our money Is too good.
(Laughter.! To the llrst complaint I
inswcr that the pur capita of circulat
ing medium in this country has been
greater since the so-called crime of
Is? '. than itevcr was before 'applause),
and that It has been greater in tho
past live ycais than it ever was in all
our prior history. (Cries of 'That's
right."; We have not only the best
money in the world, but we have
more of it per capita tint ti most of the
nations of the world, t Applause. )
"That money Is haul to got is not
because It is scarce, but because those
who have It keep it, fearing to loan
it because of tho unsettled business
condition of the country. Money to
day is idle because it cannot be profit
ably and safely invested by thine who
have it. It Is neither a lack of vol
ume of our money nor the quality of
the money that Is our trouble, but a
lack of confidence in the steadiness
anil stability of business. Thu threat
of free silver is driving our uionev in
to hilling to-day; the way to bring it
out is to restore confidence. Ami how
ire you to restore confidence'.' There
is only one way. (A voice "Vote for
McICinlcy.") There is only one way.
;A voice: "Vote for McKlnlcy." Ap
plause ) The way to restore conll
lencc is to defeat through the ballot
the party that destroyed confidence.
;rlo.s of "(iood; that's" right'") Tlio
way to restore prosperity is to tiefeat
inrougn uie natiot liiose who have
' destroyed prosperity. ('I rcmeudotis
ipplimse.) Wu cannot restore ll.u
ustuess oi uie country so long as wu
III ii IITMMMI III filll lilli.iti.i.L ! ..I i
's.- "" ' M I'iniinn ti f i '(lilt
(tries of "That's right.") Let us
bring it back home for our own peo-
pie mill our own labor. (Continuous
1 .'heeling.; We tlo not believe the way
to restore conllilence is thtongh the
mints of tlio F lilted Mates. (( ties of
I "No. no, you are right") Wo can
Duly restore confidence and prosperity,
I lot through a debased currency, but
I .lirtiugh a policy that will icstoro tho
I wasted revenues to tho public trens
i try and rekindle the fires in American
V1ARTIAL LAW SUPREME.
,piii-nil llrnnki Ituli's !. iilt lilt- with it
TiFAnviri.i:, Colo., Sept. 25 -Hxccnl
that tho civil olllceri are for the time
being allowed to exercise their consti
tutional prerogatives, provided they
do not interfere with (ieneral ((rooks'
movement, military rule is supremo
today in I.eadville. The soldiers will
make arrests, disarm all but ofllcers ol
the law, hold prisoners subject to the
I commanding olllcer, and search houses
, without other warrant than tie order
, of tno general.
I Tno military court of Inquiry, to in-
quire into the circumstances of tho
destruction of the Coronntlo mine it ml
the loss of life, convened this forenoon
J and will endeavor to establish tlio
identity of the men engngetl in the
, not for tho benelltof the civil author-
I (ties. Its session will bo secret.
The following olllccrs uud members
of the mliiers' union are in jail under
strong guard, being held for tho iniir
Aerof Fireman O'Kcefe: Peter Turn
bull, vice president; K. 1). Dewnr, sec
iTtury; tieorgo Handy, William
0 Hrlcu, Patrick Kennedy, . I. V. Doyle,
Joseph Otis, John Aliern, ((inner Rich
ards, Frnest Nicholas, Kugono Can
non. Cornelius Shea, Michael Weible,
Cms Johnson and Nels Clauson. Five
' members of the executive! cnmmlttm.
Including President Ambtirn. aro still
t largo, and search is being made for
Iheni, Tho charge against Fdward
imyce. president of tho Westotn Fed
it - ration of Miners, Is "Inciting a riot."
' and is based ou a speech he mado hero
to tho minora a couple of weeks ago.
Tho Arrests have e.in.l nd..,,.
tion umomr the xti-lir,.,-,, n,i t' i- i...
I 'e veil
greatly weakened their
There was to have been a meeting
ot the Miners' union at thu city hull
Ian, evening, nu l General (Ironies sent
n squad wich a ((titling gun to tlio hall
with Instructions to prevent tho meet
ing. Thn gun was la, er returned to
ntutery headquarters, the union meet-
ing having been held at an earlv hour,
al"' being In session only ten minutes.
Miners (lit for I.rmMlle.
Four Scorr, Kn., Sept. ss About
l0 l"crs from the Southeast Kansas
d Joplln mining district left this
morning lu spcclul ears for Leadville,
Col., to Hike the places of tlio striking
miners thore They go to Colorado
under coutraet. A representative of
the mine owners who caino here toln
3co ilium to go is with them.
forts and Knrtliwork Itemlt-red lrlei
tAlito, Sept. O, Tho Aboukla ro
iiiem until Hie torts wero dismantled
uud the earthworks were roudcruil
even should the dervishes
reoccupylng the place, thoy will find
very little to protect them ngulnst thu
lire of the AugloEgyptiim forces, I
FAKMKHS AM) MOXKYJ van horn on silver
BRYAN SPEAKS IN MASSA
Me D. birrs TIimI IIik Virus of (be .rl
etilliirlM .tie i:nlltle.l lo VVrlclit In thr
s.ihilhiii iif tho I'liuuiilul lin-- -Itcf.Tt
to the llii.lii IV.Ia tcrliiilluriil CotiBresM
Si'iit.NtinKi.ti, Mass., Sept. 2(1.
Creutly refreshed by n ten hours'
sleep. Mr. Itryau left Hartford at
HMtioclocI: this morning. There was
only u small cioud at the depot, but
to these he made :i few remarks, say
ing that thu money changer was in
terested in having a dear dollar, and
that a dear dollar meant hard limes to
thn producer of wealth, There was
no demonstration and nothing in tho
way of cntnusliism
At Windsor a small crowd had gath
ered under the banner "McKinley autl
Prosperity." There were n few cheers
lot Mr. llfynn by a part of the crowd,
anil more cheers for ids opponent
At Windsor Locks the usscinblago
was more enthusiastic for Mr. Ilryun
Thcie everybody wanted to shake
hands with iiijn nnil ..Mo, oi, hlni ft,.
a speech. "I am giiid lo oe yen,"
was the extent of his address, ami
even that was applautl.'d.
Thompsonvillu also gave a cordial
reception and Mr. Ilryun was cheered
enthusiastically by the few hundred
people gathered about the tlepot.
When Mr. Hryan arrived here si
great crowd wus present In opening
he paid tribute to thu high po'itical
policy of the Springfield Uepubiicaii
in dealing with ts friends uud oppo
nents alike, lie continued: "In this
campaign we have its goo I an illustra
tion us was ever given of the depth of
conviction and the Intensity of earn
estness In the presentation of thu
cause I challenge you to find among
all the hosts who defended a cause
more earnest men than are found to.
day among the udvocates of the right
of this government to legislate for
itself without regard toother nations.
It will not tlo to say that there' is no
cause for such fecli
ing us is manifested
"If you read the dispatch which ap
peared in yesterday morning's papers
from London you will Iind that n
great meeting of agriculturists was
hold in Hilda Pcsth, and in speaking
of that meeting the dispatch said that
practically all of those representing
agricultural societies were in favor of
tho restoration of bimetallism. My
Irlcnds. our opponents sometimes teii
us that this movement in favor of
free coinage is started by the iiilnu
owners and kept up by the mine
owners. 1 want them tti understand
that they cannot explain this great
uprising ol tho people on the theory
that it is instigated bv men who ow'n
that it Is instigated bv
i ... "
uuiiiiiii uiiii wiin i, 10 sen n at niglu-r
prices, '('his great uprising comes
from the muscs of the people who do
not produce bullion, but they produce
properly, and they realize' th.it tlio
gold standard has been driving value
out of the property which they pu
tltico. "The opposition press may well af
ford to pause in its ridicule of the ltd
vocntcs of free coinage, in the denun
ciation of them as lawless character-,
to find out whether there is a well
founded reason for this advocacy of
bimetallism among tlio farmers of thu
Fulled States, of Ireland, of Knilund,
of (ieriuany, of France, and of every
nation which lias been cursed by tho
gold standard. My friends, I assert
here, and I challenge any gold bug
paper to dispute it, lliat'a litiaucial
policy which Is injurious to the agri
cultural classes lias nothing to com
mend it to the government lu uny
nation ou earth.
"Tho goltl htnudurt has never com
mended Itself to tho agricultural
classes of any country which has ever
had it. What will you suy then.' Will
yon say that tho farmers have no
right to have their iuterets respected'.1
No, you time not say that, because,
my friends, they must llrst producu
wealth before there is wealth to bo
distributed What will you say then
that having the right to" have
1...11: 1 ........ . -. .1. 1. . . .
their interests respected, they
not tho Intelligence to
what is best for them'.' No.
dare not suv that, for vuu
that in public life and In business life
the best brains that you have come
fron the farmers of this country.
What answer will you make to them'.'
When they nsk for bread, will you
glvo them n stone When they tislc
for fish will you bestow serpents upon
them'.1 That has been the policy of
the financiers of litis country, and" dis
sembling their seltlshncss.'thcy have
been attempting to force their Ideas
upon others. While others nave fallen
down beneath the weight of those
iduns, the financiers themselves huve
risen to prosperity on the prostrate
forms of the fallen,"
lho London "limn" Agutiitt IUdlrl Ac.
tinn Other l'uirr Colorlm.
London, Sept. 50. The Turkish em
bassy hero has telegraphed Mr. lilatl
slonu's speech, delivered at Liverpool,
verbatim to the porte.
Tho Times says of the speech in an
editorial: We cannot approve of his
udvlseof a rupture of diplomatic re
lations which would leave tho Sultan
free for further veugeance on tha
Armenians, while to threaten coercion
while shrinking from war seems both
a dangerous nnil a cowardly policy."
The editorials In the other morning
papers are rather coloi less. Tho Lib
eral ergans lavish pralso upon It,
while the Conservative papors follow
the Times' line of criticism, lho
Standard (Conservative) says: "Never
a greater responsibility rested upon a
stutesman than that upon Lord Salts
bury. Happily Mr. Uludstotio appears
to share that conviction."
l.onjt and Mlmniou nt Newton
Nkwton, Kan., Sept SO.-. The sec
ond debate of tho scries of six be
tween Chester 1. l,ong and .lorry
Simpson, rival candidates for Con
gress, wus hulil lu the rink hero yes-
would appreciate in value to
per ounce, mid circiiialu ou a
parity with gold. Ho also declared In
fuvor of absolute free trade Tho tie
bate was very spirited, and was IK
u ued to by t.OOo people.
The Missouri ConjcrrsMii in Aililrrssct i
Noirl'urllsiiu llry.iu llnlk
K.'-smas Cirv, Mo., Sept. 50. Con
gressinan K. T. Van Horn spoke bo
foro u large audience last evcninj
upon thu silver question. The incctliif
was under the auspices of the Non
Partisan Ilryun .silver club. Hit
speech win entirely nou-partlsan mic
n carefully prepmed exposition of tin
principles of the biiuetalllsts. lie dlu
not say for whom ho wus going (
vote mid did not give any advice t
1 llu suid that William McKinley wa
nominated by the free silver Ic'epub
lieuns. "Why." he asked, "did the,
i noinlutilt) hint'.' liccaiisc they sup
pjseu mat, nu stood upon the Ohlt
piimorin nuoptett by tlio convcntioi,
which presented his name us u caiitli
date for the nomination " lie ihei
reutl from tho reports of that conven
tion to show that Its platform was n
broad declaration in favor of both
gold and silver. John Sherman pre
sided over this convention, uud Col.
un Horn said that this was for the
purpose of showing the people that
tlio friends of McKlnlc were united
in favor of free silver.
lie sultl thcio was such a McICinlcy
sentiment in the free silver stales that
the gold men became alarmed, mill
that they then began to spring favor
ite sons in a vain attempt to beat Mc
Kinley. lie said that when they
fulled lu this t..y put .ip a scheme
upon the nominee and by a conspir
acy put him upon a gold platform. It
wasn't as strung a gold platform as
tho Republican campaign orators
make out. he .said, lu that it declared
for bimetallism "when the nHim- n...
tions got icudy to let us have it."
while the campaign speakers urn de
nouncing bimetallism altogether.
Finally lie came down to a personal
explanation of his own position at the
present time. "I myself in a
rather peculiar position us a Repub
lican just now," he said I was
elected its the Congressman from this
district iiion a free silver platform,
and upon every stump la the district 1
i !,I,-','"-'l1 . l,l-' people that 1 would sup
port tins plat Turin. Now, the tlmo
for the expiration of that nled.-n il..,.u
not expire until tlio Ith of next March
nnil how. according to these gold men,
am I to keep my pledge to the people
who elected me, and be a gooil Re
publican'.''' BEFORE BREAKFAST.
;iu.-.orl.cr From liullnim Cull on Can
did ite .McKlnl.-y t Canton.
Cantov, Ohio, Sent. 51). This morn
ing the members of the McKlnlcy
household had not breakfasted when
the llrst delegation of glass wori 1
from Marlon, Intl., arrived 111 a spcclul
train of eight coaches. As soon us
they appeared on the lawn Mr. Mc
Kinley left his breakfast iin.l spoke tc
them as follows: "My Follow lituens
of tho City of Marion nnil of (irant
County, ln.i.: I congratulate vou upon
being llrst to dav. No other delega
tion lias yd prccccdetl vou. 1 give vou.
each and every one of von. ivhpim nml
cordial welcome to my homo. 1 wel -
come the Republicans' and tlio cltlens
of the HooMer Statc-tho State of that
grnntl old war governor. Oliver P.
Morton, and Hint splendid Presi
dent nml patriot. Hcnjaiiiin Harrison.
You tiro here this morning, not to
honor 1110 personally, but to honor
the cause which ou lovo and which
you mean to suppurt, nml you mean
to support that cause because vou bo-
faro and the well being of the country
at large. Yon bclievu in thnt ,.,,
novo it will insure vour own best wel
because you liuve tried it mid, having
tried it. you know you have been more
prosperous in vour occupations under
the policy which It represents than
you have ever been under nnv other
policy. And if anything was needed
to cunlirm you in vour devotion to
,1 1. ...... . .
huil iniiu-v, 11. count oe lounu lit your
c:;pericnco of tlio Inst four years. l'n
dor 110 other policy, under no other
principles, have you enjovctl that de
gree of individual or national pros
perity which for more than thirty
years you enjoyed under Republican
policy and Republican administra
tions." Mr McKinley then repeated briefly
his plea for the protective policy anil
closed "1 urn glad to meet vou this
morning. Wo want In this "country
good times, good wages, steady em
ployinent, a good home market, and
then we want to continue tho good,
sound, round, honest dollars with
which to do our business nnd pay our
labor. My fellow citizens, I thank
you for this morning call and bid you
hearty welcome It will now give m
pleasure to meet and greet each one
of you personally."
Shortly before ll o'clock a special
train of twolvo coaches brought a
delegation from Crawford county, Pn.
It included ti club of students from
Allegheny college, which McKinley
n tt end oil iu lSCo.
Killed llli Own Fitthi-r.
Nasiivii.i.k. Tenn., Sept. :c Yes
terday N. L. Nichols was brought to
Springfield and placed iu jail for
shooting and mortally wounding his
aged futhcr, a few miles from Unit
town, yesterday morning. Ho shot
him twico with a pistol, both bullets
entering his body. It was the result
of a futility quarrel and the prisoner
Is utterly indifferent.
A ltnllro.id Mi-u'i'FuTitlTsTl Club.
PiTrsut'itu, Kan., Sept 50. A num
ber of railroad man living hero orgau
Irett last night to further tho election
nf "such candidates only as ttiey be
lieve to he In" favor of sound money
fortho payment of honest labor." It
was resolved to invito A. R Stllwoll
of Kansas City, Mo., to address the
club, and the attack nf (lovernor W.
J. Stone ot Missouri ami others on Mr.
Sill welt was denounced,
CarlliU'i C'mup4l-cn Plant.
Washington, Sept uO Secretary
Carlisle has returned to the city after
a few weeks' absence at Huzzard'a
Hay, where ho was the guest ot tha
President. He has concluded to
sneak three or four times in Kentucky.
Tho places and dates for his speeches
huvo not been arrnngod.
I't-Ciiiicrciimnu llatrh Srrlouatj lit
Han.miiai.. Mo., Sept. 50. Colonel
V. L. Hutch, ex-Congressman from
this (First) district, and the
thu famous aleomargarino
tho antl-optlon bill, U In a precarious
condition, suffering roni diabetes, '
UNDER PROVOST GUARC
Cull .Ml Itirj Utu I. ll.t.ililMic.l In
1 1 1 Ibis I'lill ricr hi Ail
Lr.wivii.tK. (ol.. .sept. :r, Fndci
the latest orders of (ieneral ((rooks o'
(he state miiltia litis town wus to-duj
plitced uti'lor the control of a nrovoil
guard or military police force will
Captain W. A. .smith, ex-warden 01
the penitentiary, us provost uiarjliaL
If the strike leudcrs now held In jail
should be released under bonds bi
Judge Severs, (ieneral Hrotilt,s will
have them rearrested under military
law. Writs of habeas corpus wil,
then be secured and If Oenerat Ilrooki
should Ignore such writs he will b,
sited for contempt of court and tin
governor's right to place thu comtnuu
Ity tinder m'litary rule will be re
viewed in court. Tho ease fs likely to
reach tho supreme court on a writ ol
Correspondent Mitchell of the Den
ver Times is in the guard house, where
he bus been since Wednesday night.
At that tlmo ho ultended a mcctiuj
of cltlcus at which Adjutant lieneral
Moses was present. When the meet
ing was called to order all reporters
nnd correspondents were icquested to
withdraw. Mitchell alone remained.
Mitchell was arrested mid placed in
tho guard house, lie hud mailed thn
proceedings of the secret meeting to
his paper before he was nVrested.
One hundred miners from Joplln,
Mo., are expected here to-day. They
have been engaged to work in the
Marian. Small Hones ami Fmuiutt
mines, of the Small Hopes lompany,
of which S. W. Mudil Is manager. Tho
F.mmctl has been working right along
with a small force of non-union men.
Tins other two mines mimed will bo
started up at once uiidci a stroug
Vi-vterday morning fifteen men tired
at long range on tho pickets at tho
Liltlc Johnny mine. A squad of men
was sent out to search for tho men
who made the assault, but they had
disappeared. No one was injured.
3ENTRY PACES IN 2001 2
lie llmil.4 the tVmM' Itcroul nt I!I,-i'Iij
I'.itk, "Mill u .
Poitri.AMi, Me, Sept. '.'li --John R.
(iontry yesterday, at Riby park,
paced the fnv.cst mile ever mudo in
harness, and placed tho world's roc
ord at 5:00';.
The tiny was cold and light north
westerly winds were blowing up the
stretch when John R. (Sentry, with
W, S. Andrews on the snll.-v. iit'im.-n-,.,!
to go against his record of 3:0',
inndo ou September s, this year, at
(ilenn'.N Fulls, N. V. The famous pacer
scored once or twin) with the runner
who was to pace dim, ami thou went
til) tho stretch ou what was to be thu
fastest mile ever done by a horse in
Tho runner w.is.tt tho pacer', tinoal
as they mado tho hist turn on the
stretch, (iontry went steadily mid
with apparent case, the runner hav
ing hard work kccpug his position.
1 ,, V -,iulrt"' ""'(.'nt the quaiter mile at
''' i ' ,!l"!'.Ul" e,col quarter was
"-1;1! ?.-".- mlllfi" tllu 'llf ''-,
"',' " H'e runner, by thu ti.se of tho
whip, was keeping up at (icntrv's
wheel, but was 'making hard work of
it. Thu third quarter was mado in
'Mt. making tno three-quarters in
D-'SO',. As they turned Into the homo
stretch and caught tho wind in the
teeth, the crowd yelled wildly.
The pacer madi a i-reat itiitirt. con-
I si,ll,rllll-' that he bad the wind lu bis
("-'eth, and mink tlie most remarkable
l,li"'tr of the heat ;:'l)'4, making thu
", ' 1 V00'-" J"''1 '""-' "''-""d less
, la!! l, e fo,r,-,' UL'!lt record first made
' -v 1,,ol)ert," ,lt, To,'rc n!,uU' v""'i
. :uV.l..e',""llc'' lM year by (Sentry.
', ( "t'" :,;"-lc' Culberson unnouueed
'"e time the crowd broke through tho
iciicu ami crowiicii out on 1110 trade
and around the pacer, cheering wild
ly. It is believed that had (Sentry not
had to contend with tho wind ho
would have made the milo iu two
WANTED TO LYNCH HIM.
lho Narrow I'trnpo of 11 Hi-rnnn .School
Four Scoit, Kan., Sept. 50. At
Mtipleton, Kan., northwest of this
elty, yesterday afternoon, a Populist
picnic came near merging into 11 mob
bing boe, when Henry Smith, a young
man 50 years old, who was recently
released from the state reform school,
was taken lo that town, bound hand
ami foot, charged with attempting to
assault Mrs. lillza belli Hrittou, uged
fiti, wife of Dr. L. K. Hrltton, n prom
inent and well-to-do physician living
ncur tho town.
Judge 11 C. Footo of Kansas City
was speaking to hevcrul hundred Pop
ulists at u political meeting there, and
when thoy heard of the assault threats
of lynching became so serious that tho
just lea deputized n constable nnd
turned the prisoner over to him. With
a Winchester rlflo and a pistol he pro
tected his man until ho could loud him
in a buggy mid bring him to this city,
where ho wns committed to jail with
Zella NIcoUiu' lliitbnnd In .InlL
CuicAOo, Sopt, 5(1. Al Ruhman, tha
husband of Zellu Nlcolaus, was sent
to tho llrldewell yesterday, on a rino
or 8 lou. 'I'his will keep htm behind
the bnrs for 500 days unless tho fine h
paid. Tho charge ngalust Rtihmuu
was vagrancy. Ho gave lho name of
John Smith when nrresccd, and is en
tered at tlio Hrlde well under that name.
Ruhman anil his wife have beon living
at different Chicago hotels, and as
numerous complaints have been inuda
of their financial methods, the police
determined to arrest them.
CaiitiretiiUHii Letter Critically lit.
Savannah, Oa. .Sept. vt). Congress
man Rufus E. Lester Is In a critioal
condition from the bunting of a blood
vessel of the brain. Ho represented
the First Georgia district in -the past
four Congresses and is the Democratlo
uomineo for re-election. There la
very Httlo chance of recovery.
Mioe MiniufurturiTt Full.
HUSTON, Sept. 50. Tho National
Shoo and Leather exchongo has an-
mun irom nounccd tho failure of Htupee, Ram
e author of I jey ,t Co, shoo manufacturer of
10 law and I Lynn. Tho assets uud liabilities ure
aot given. Tho firm did & lmin..u
botwoen !GOo4oop uinl 8300,000 uyearj
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