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The President Renom
inated on First
His Forces Proved Too Strong
for the Plumed
End of the Long Fight in
the Republican National
The Blaine Contingent Unable to
Break the Lines of the Ad
Work of the Committee on Cro-
dentials and the Framers
of the Platform.
Mrs. Olarkson Starts the Wildest
Enthusiasm for the Ei-
Secrotary of State.
Nominating Speeches by Uepcw,
Spooner nnd McComas A Scene
ot Tumultuous Enthusiasm.
(If IC1AL TO THF rVUNIMO WOH? D BT DIIIECT WIRE
TROU TUB COHVLNI10M U1I.I..1
CONTEhTION Hill., MlNNKirOUS, JUUO 10.
President llenjmln Harrison has Just been
renominated by llio llopubllcan National
The ranks of the President's supporters, as
d"flned by tlio proceedings ot jestcrdny,
withstood all attacks designed to draw off
votes to the lavorlto sons-McKlnlcy, Alger,
Sherman, Heed and Ctillom and thu result
in a final test-was tho dcclslro success of the
Tho announcement of tlio result of the
contest has caused a see no ot tlio most
only tvro names iveie placed In nomination
lor President in tho llepubllcan Convention
f to-day, thoso of James 0. lllaine and Denja.
1 loin Harrison.
' fenntor Wolcott, of Colorado, nominated
Mr. Iilalno and cx-secrctnry of ihu Navy
ltlclinrd II. Thompsou, of Indiana, nominated
j the President.
The nominations ivoro seconded by several
I I others, the chief speeches being made by
I Chaunecy M. pepetrandox.fienator Spooner.
There was a scene of wild enthusiasm dur
1 1 lh Senator Wolcott' speech, the rbeers and
shouts for Iilalno lasting twonts-four and
one-half minutes. Tho demonstration was
led by tho beautiful wtfo cf Chairman clark
bon. A counter demonstration for Harrison was
greatly strengthened by tho participation of
hen the specchos wcro concluded, a few
minutes post a o'clock, (len. Sowcll, of New
Jersc), moved tor a ballot, whkh motion was
carried and tlio voting begnn.
I'l.itl nt once Rent out orders to his forces
to throw their votes for McKlnley.
'Iho otc stood on the Drst ballot:
II I. AIM!, 16H.
Texas cast the deciding vote nnd balloting
blopped for unanimous action.
THE STORY BY BULLETINS
IsrrriAL io TnE ftehmo woiuti nv mnrcT
WIRr FROM TUT CONVrNTMN ntn.l
Convention Hai l, MittMrerous, Juno lo
ll. 10 a. it. Several New England Stato dele
gations aro now In session with a vlow ot
effecting n combination on need. It is Bald
that Massachusetts is ready to cast Its vote
solid for him.
Tho delegates are coming Into tho hall
slowly, tho scats In gallorlcs aro packed.
Chairman McKlnley has taken his placo on
ll.no a. u Chairman McKlnley has Just
called th convention to order.
11.35 a. m Tho Convention having como
to order, prayer Is being offered by Itov. Dr.
11.33 a. m. The Pennsylvania delegation
presents tho namo ot David Martin as a mem
ber of the National Committee. It. ). Kvans,
of Minneapolis, is named ai tho committee
man for Minnesota.
11.40 a. m. Chairman McKlnley calls tor
the action ot the Convention on the substitu
tional the minority for tho majority report
In tho case, ot the contest in the Ninth ills,
trlct ot Alabama,
Mr. Quay announces on tho part ot thoso
opposod to tho majority report that they vv 111
make no further opposition to tho adoption ot
that report. (Prolonged cheering.)
11.44 a. u. The motion 1b put on the adop
tion ot the majority report of tbo Committee
on Credentials, ivhlcb. Is carried unanimously.
11.52 a. m. Next In order will bo the pros
entatlun ot names ot candidates ror Mo
Presidency. Oklahoma,whllo Michigan with
draws for fifteen minutes to consult, asks for
Blx votes and Is refused.
States called for National committeemen.
12.02 p. . Warner Miller, ot New York,
presents a request from tho Women's Repub
Mrs. J. Ellon Foster was Introduced and Is
It Is apparently reliably stated that Idaho
and some other far Western States will turn
to Harrison It they should drop Illalnc. Tho
result 18 now said to He between Harrison
A report prevails that Ohio will swing Into
line for the popular Governor.
12.10 r. it. Thcro Is a row among the Ala
bama delegates over National commltttee
man. 12.10 p. . Gen. Coggswell Is making a
report for Credentials Committee.
12.201". v. Senator Wolcott, of Colorado,
takes the platform.
12.20 a. u. Two seats wore given to dele
gates from Alaska and Indian Territory,
each for the nrst.tlme In a National con.
12.21 r. u Wolcott nominates Illalnc.
TrcmendotH cheering, band playing and en
thusiasm in the audionoo follows bis words.
senator Woloott makes a vigorous attack
on tho office-holders.
Ills mention of reciprocity ollclts cheers.
home of Mr. Wolcott's periods are heroically
12.32 r. m. Mr. Wolcott's speech nomlna
ting Illalnc is able.
12.3:1 p. . Wolcott's speech Is concluded
amid wild cheers.
12.30 p. it. F.x-secretary Hlchard 11.
Thompson arises to nominate Harrison.
"I nomlnato to this convention for the
Presidency ot the United Mates tho vilt-o
statesman, Benjamin Harrison," saysTbomp-
sou. Wild cheers.
12.41 r. . Harrison's name was cheered
two minutes, forty second mora than was
given to ulalne.
12.41 r. a. When Michigan Is called some
body yells " What's the matter with Alger?"
12.42 r. si. Eustls, of Minnesota, Is now
seconding tho nomination ot lllainn.
12.47 r. . A referenco by Mr. Lustls to
McKlnloy elicits cboers.
12.no r. ii. Kustls concludes. (Cheerp.)
12.52 P. m. HUluo'H name Is cheered to
Mrs. J. K. Clark-son rises In tho front gal
lery, a es her parasol and shouts " Illulno I"
and tho cheering becomes tho greatest ot tho
Mrs. ciarkson's action has net tbo Conton
tlon aflame. It has now been cheering tuur
minutes and tbo end Is not yet.
Mrs.Clarksonwaesher white parasol, and
again the cheering breaks out.
12.38 p. u. The convention Is still cheering
for IlUlne and Mrs. Clarkson.
Urn. Clarkson starts the cry "Blaine I
nwc,'iiiiiiwiiiij'i?i..ii..hj-i,rt -- -mmm)m(i
lll.iliiel James (1. Iilalno I" keeping time with!
her parasol. 'Iho audience Joins her intbusl
nstlcall). 12.C7 r. m Mr. Clarkson declines n
proffered glass of uitcr, saj lng- ' I am not '
hoarse.'l Thej Imo bten entering now sewn
minutes for lllaine. j
Mr. Clarkson sits stoically In his seat. The '
band starts up ntut iheers grow di.itiulng.
Mrs.Cliirksnn's beauty nnd nenr h-mj cnught I
Iho Contention, dclogatosund galleries Join-1
lng In demonstration.
12.58 i m Wolcott raises his black um
brella andjolns tho cheering, which has con
tinued now twele minima
1 r. m Tho Convention has now started In
unlBOn, yclllfig "Iilalno I Iilalno I James (1.
Ulalne!" The band Is playing.
1.05 p. m Cheering for Iilalno has now
lasted seventeen minutes.
1.07 p. m. Kings aro si 111 waving, umbrel
las nro held up and the cheering still goes on
for tho lintno of nialne. It Isn great trIDuto
to tho Plumed Knight.
Mrs. clarkson Is piesontcd with a floral
star, In which Is a picture of lllaine. Tho
cheers aro renewed.
1.10 p. m. Chairman MoKlnloy raps for
order, but tho cheers nro still going on. They
have continued twentj-ono minutes nnn.
1.12 p. m. Tho convontlon still In disorder
with men cheering. Senator Wolcott starts
1.14 p. i Mrs. clarkson Btnrts to desk
with floral star, but Is stopped, whereat tho
crowd hisses Mgorouslj.
1.10 r. si The cheorlng lasted twenty,
tour and one-halt minutes.
There were loud hisses when McKlnley
rapped for order.
1.18 p.m. Dclcgato Mattlson, of Mississippi,
Is seconding tho nomination of illalnc.
1.18 p. m Tho mention of Illalne's name
ngaln doctrines tho Convention. Illtcock, ot
Now York, looks surlj.
1. 20 r. m. Chnuncoy M. Dcpew arises to
second tho nomination of Harrison, Cheers
by Harrison men.
Dorr.v Raid: "I was delighted with tho
enthusiasm which has been prevailing lu
this Conrentlon for tho last ton minutes."
(Laughter and crlrs of Twenty minutes.")
1.23 r. M, Derew's tolco docs not appear
to nil tho Iiall v ell, but tho audience applauds
1.27 p. M. Depew namcB Harrison nnd the
President's namo Is cheered thirty seconds.
Depew lauds Harrlson'B administration.
1.33 p. m. Mention ot McKlnley's name
brings out thirty seconds of cheering.
1.34 p. 11. Depew asksi "Who will bo held
responslblo for all these acts?" Tho crowd
answers " Ulalne " for twenty seconds.
Chauncey doesn't like It. He says " the
noise and shouting usually precedes the
1.40 p. . Depew says : " It Is a fact that
tho President did the wort of both tho Mate
and Treasury Departments while the Secrc.
tarles Of thoso departments were 111, and did
that work well."
1.44 p. u. Depew refer to Harrison carry
ing New York In 1888. (Cries of Iilalno.")
Depew says: "There Is much talk In the
air and much shouting In tbo gallery."
1.40 r. m. Depew quotes nialne as saying,
" Harrison's re-election Is an Imperious
1.40 p. ii. Dcpew says Harrison's nchlove
monts reflect inoro credit upon his ancestry
than his ancestry reflect on him. (Cheers.)
1.48 p. . Depew closes nnd tho Harrison
men cheer. Mrs. Dcpow rose In her seat
right back of the Chairman and started a
1.4ii p. m. Men aro now bringing a largo
plcturo ot Harrison to tbo stage. Cheering
has continued two minutes.
1.50 p. m. Mrs. Harry New, of Indianapolis,
stands under tho plcturo waving her hand
kerchief. 1.54 p. m. Chairman McKlnley stopped
thu Harrison banner, but tbo bannerol tbo
Chicago Iilalno club was taken up. lloth
banners were taken down the aisle, both
fides cheering, so tho ovation cannot prop,
erly bo called a Harrison ono.
1.57 p. m. Mrs. C. 8. Howell, of nttsburg,
shoulb In a peculiarly shrill whoop for Har
rison, sho la tutuiulastlo for Harrison and
Is very pretty.
2.04 p. m. Cheering has now been going on
tlftecn minutes, the Iilalno men yelling in
opposition. The hall Is a scene ot wild
y.ou p. m col. Bhepard, of Now York, is
waving a while handkerchief.
2.07 r. m. Chatrman McKlnloy raps for or
der. 2.08 p. ii. Kx-Senator Warner Miller, of
Now York, Is now seconding tho nomination
2.10 p. a. Warner Miller is making a
There wero loud cheers as hn concluded
and took his scat.
2.1U p. u. Congressman Cheatbnm, of
North Carolina, seconds the nomination ot
2.21 p. M. Much to oven body's surprlso
tx.Gov. Foraker does not come forward when
Ohio is called. Tbcro aro loud calls by Ulalne
men for Foraker.
2.23 r. u.J. J. Doyd, of Tennessee (col
ored), seconds nomination ot Ulalne, and Is
doing It welL
'! "I p. v. Mr. lliijd'sspuch nroii-rs much
J.20 p m. llnd gets lu ;i hard hit v Dc
pew. " 2li p. M r.x-senstor rpooner, of Wiscon
sin, urles to set ond ll.irrl'on's nnmltiatlon.
'.'.l'.' p. Mr. spooner concludes.
'.'.Ill p. v. Delegate) Pink, of Wisconsin,
m ootids tlio nomination ot Harrison.
J.5I p v Delegate Donning, fit Wyoming,
begins lij sajlng: " 1 como from one of Ihu I
fai.orr Matos, which is many mllis Horn
UUl'NCKV M. llFPhM.
2.54 p. m. Downing says ho thinks ho rcs
In Depow another Demosthenes, but ho
seconds tho nomination ot Illulue. ( rles ot
-'.r,'i p. St. Don nlng looks to McKlnley nnd
tells him to mnko no nioro pledges, nnd when
tour years more roll around bo will hear Iho
2.58 p. m. Wyoming's speaker concluded.
:i r. . Tho Convention will ballot soon
3.01 p. si. Gen. Son oil, of New Jersoj
moves for a ballot. Cnrrlcd.
3.04 r. si. Tho Stato Chairmen nro now
polling their delegations.
3.10 p. M.-I'latt is sending men In nil di
rections starting n MoKlnloy Imom. Michi
gan, Ohio and Pennsylvania dole g it s 'oidlng
3.11 p. m. The question Is raised as to
whether Alaska and Indian Territory can
3.12s p. ) It Is plain now thtt Ulalne
forces will go to McKlnloy.
3.18 p. i. Alaska and Indian Territory
aro allowed to vote.
This makes total votoOOO, and 454 neces
sary to nominate.
3.17 p. si. The balloting begins.
Alabama, Harrison 15, McKlnley 7.
Arkansas Harrison, 15 McKlnley, 1.
California-Harrison 8; McKlnley, 1; Hlalno
California's voto challenged.
Colorado Iilalno 8.
Delaware McKlnley, 1 ; Hlalno, l ; Harrl
Florida. Harrison 8.
Connectlout, Harrison, 4 ; McKlnley, H.
Ooorgla Harrison, 20.
HlInol9 Ulalne, 10; Harrison, 33. Voto
Idaho Ulalne, o.
California correct voto: Harrison, H;
Illalnc,!); McKlnley, 1.
3.20 p. si. The oto so far shows Harrison
Illinois (correct vote) Hlalno 11, Harrison
Indiana Harrison, 30.
Iowa Ulalne, 5; Harrison, 20; McKlnley, 1.
Kansas-Harrison, 11; McKlnley, 0.
Kentucky limine, 2; Harrison, 22; Mc
Louisiana nialno. 8; Harrison, 8.
Maine Illalnc, 12.
Maryland Harrison, 14 ; McKlnloy, 2.
Massachusetts Illalnc, l ; Harrison, 18 ;
Michigan lllaine, 2; Harrison, 7; McKln
Minnesota lllaine, tl; Harrison, 8; sic.
Missouri lllaine, 4 ; Harrison, '.'8; McKlu
lej,'.'. Mls'-lsslppl-Hlalnc. 4J$; Harrison, 13)
Montana Ulalne, 1 ; Harrison, 5.
Nevada -Ulalne, (1.
Now Hampshire lllaine, '.' ; Harrison, 4;
Lincoln, 1; lteed, 1.
3.30 p. m. Harrison evidently nominated.
Nebraska Harrison, 15; McKlnlcs, 1.
New Jersey lllaine, 2; llanlson, IK.
New York Ulalne, ill; llurrlson, 27; Mi.
North Carolina Illalnc, 'i ; Harrison,
North Dakota Ulalne, 4 ; Harrison, 2.
North Carolina llurrlson, 17H; Hlalno,
21 ; McKlnley, 1.
Ohio asks to bo passed. Yells frr Mc
Klnley. Ohio Harrison, 1; McKlnley, 4.V
3 40 Cheers for McKlnley.
3.40 McKlnley challenges the voto of Ohio.
Foraker says be can't.
3.50 Foraker votes for McKlnley. Ai
plause. 3.54 p. si.-McKluloy evidently much tin
barrassed and vtry nervous.
oieiron McKlnley 7, Harrison 1,
p.5el p. u. Despcrato effort In twlng
enough voles to prevent n choice.
3.58 Quay demands roll-call on Pennsylvania,
4.02 p. m I in nse t xritiincm ns ivnnstl-t
ssnla Is being railed. 'Iho vote will lie cIikp.
I oT i. ii ILinlsun making gain In l'cnn
I mi.- t itula 111 line, 3; llarrUon, Hi;
lihikle Island lllnlno I ; Harrison, 5 ; Me
MnlM, 1 ; lipid, 1.
vmiii eaivllnn ill line, it; Harrison, l.'l
Ill p. i Harrison still nretts suro ot
Smith Hskntn Ilonlsnn, 8.
'I cunes-io Illulno. I; Harrison, 17; l.
I III p. ji. Harrison nomlntted b) 'lotus
1.17 p. M.Tesas Harrison, 22.
CHAUNCEY DEPEW'S SPEECH.
"MK. PhTSIOPNT IMl OKNTIKKrX 01 Tllr
toM rsTiiiv : "Ills tliu ptciitlarltj of It
publli.iu National L'omenutms that oirh
nun ot them bus n ills'incl and Inti ro-i.
lng hlslor). u nro hero to meet coti
till mils mill solve vrobli ins wiiIlIi ihum s
this gathorlng iit wily nn exception
tu tho rule, but, substantially u non ilo
piirtmc. 'Ilial thuu bhould busiHuig euii-Ut-ttons
and tlulr earnest expression ns tu
piffiieneiiniiil politics, Is chniocterMIc of
tho light of IlidMduil judgment, whldi Is
the fundiinentnl principle of Iteptibllcanl.iii. i
' there halo been occasions when the le-'
suit, was to suro that thu delegates roukl i
trcely indulge In Iho (harming prlWligc of
favoritism and of irlondshli. Hut the sunn.
t lull wlih.li now confronts us itcuinuds the e-ercl-o
of dispassionate Judgment nnd our
bo-l thought nnd oxperloncc. Wo cannot
venture on unerituln ground, or encounter
olimacles placed In tho pathway of success by
" 1 bo Domoer-itic party Is non dlvldf d, but
tho bopo erf tliu possession of power omo
more will mnko it in the final battlo more
"ggreslvc, dotermluod and tinicrupuloiiM
than ever. It starts with Mfleuri states
Keciirp wlthoutnu effort, by processes wnleh
nro u traverslj upon popular governmoiil,
and which, It eonllnucd long enough, will
pnralj7e Institutions founded upon popular
surrrngc. It has to w In font moro States lu a
fair light, stall s which, In the vocabulary of
politics, are denominated doubtful.
"'Iho Kcptibllcnh party must appeal to tbo
conscience and the Judgment of the Individual
voter In every stato In tho Union. This n
lunccordauco with Hie principles upon which
It was founded, and tho objects for which It
contends. It has accepted this Issue uoiore,
nnd lought It out with an extraordinary con
tinuance ot success.
"lhe e'oudltlons ot Iteipubllcan victory
from 1B0O to 1880 were created by Abraham
I Incoln and U. 8. (Irani. 1 hey wero created
that the saved Itepubilc tliuuld bo run by Its
saviors. The conditions were thu eniaiirlna-
tlouot tho slaves, tho reconstruction of tho
Htntos, the rrccptlon i f those who had fought
todostruy tho ltepublu back Inlu tho fold
without penalties or punishment", nnd to an
equal bhiro with thoso who bail fought and
saud the nitlon, In the solemn obligation
and Inestimable privilege ot Amerlcin cltl
Jeushlp. 1 hoy were tho embodiment Into tho
Constitution of the prlnclphs for which two
millions of men had fought and a half million
had died. '1 hey were the restoration nf publle
credit, tho resumption of Hpeclo paymonts
and the prosperous coiidltifl'i of solvent busi
ness for twcnts-flvo yesrs.
" Thoso were names with which to conpire,
and events fresh In tho public mind which
were eloquent with popular euthubliism.
"It needed little else than a recital of the
glorious story ot Its heroes and a statement
ot the achievements of tho llepubllcan party
to retain the confldenco of the people.
THF PHTV' ItKVKKKKS.
' Hut from the desire for a change which Is
characteristic of ireo governments thero
chiuo a reversal; thoro camo a check to the
progress of tho llepubllcan parts, and thero
wero four sears of Democratic administra
tion. 'Ihoso four years largely reli gatol to
tho realm ot history tho past Issues, nnd
bi ought us face to faio with Democracy's per
vasions and its practlci s.
Whoever receives tho nomlnallrn of this
Convention will run upon tho Judgment ot
tho peoplo as to whether thej have been
moro pru-prous and happj ; whether tho
cumitrv has been lu u better condition at
homo and stood more honorably abroad,
under the-o last four juars nf Harrison and
Itepubllcan administration, than during Urn
preceding four jcaisot Cleveland and Demo
" Not flncc Thomas Jefferson has anj ad
inliilMr.it Ion been enlled upon to face nnd
solve so many or such dirtlcull piobleuis as
tho- which have Urn exigent lu our coudl
tlons. No administration since tho organiza
tion ot the (instrument has over met dlfllcul
II, s bitter or more lo tho satisfaction of tho
Ainerli an people. ( hill bus bit-n taught that,
no mutter how small the uiitngonlsl. no com-
muull) i .in with sifely lusult the flag
or murder Ainerli an cullors. Hermans und
Migland hive loarnid In hainui Unit the
I lilted Mates hai beioiuo one ot thepowem
?f the world, and no matter hon mlguts tbo
mlnrsirj, at t vi rj suciltlee Ainrlean honor
a 111 bo maintained. The Ikhrlug Sea ques
tion, vvhli b was the liisiirinuuut iblo obstuclu
lu thodliilomae) Of elevelurd andot llajuid,
has been mtil-d upi n a basts which sustains
Iho Mncrli .in poslih n, until tibltratlou shall
haiedeiirmlned mil right.
" 'I ho dollar nf the country has been
placed and kept on Hie stand ir.I of eomiu t
cl.il nation-, nnd a eonvuutlon has tuen !
agreed upon with fonlgu tiovernuients.
whUh b milking bluutnlism the isillcy or
all nallnns nn) succes-lully solve all our1
IMP TiUIll qtrTION,
" Thu taiin, tinkered wlih and trilled with
to tho sett' us disturbance of t rade mid dl
Ofter to biialnos since tbe dun ot Washing.
Ion, has been courai'icuily eLibodled Into a ,
ode which has preserved tLo pilm Iplo ot tho (
pn tecttun of AuurliMli Industries 'lull has
Is on added a beni tu i ul ollc), supple mem, d
lb) bonoiiolal treatio- und wle dlplumms,
1 w hleh lias opened io our tinners und niauu-1
fuctureis the in irkeisol olio i oou nt rlo-, '
"Iho n iv) bat been budded upuu lliu-b
which will prottel Mnerl.an rlt'etiH and
wnerlcan Inti le-ts and tho Mnerlein tlas" all
lover the world, fbi' pUWh debt has boon
reduced tho n sturlng bonds have been puld '
off ine'pubiio croaitbas been maintained.
'lhe burdeusot taxation havo been light-j
1 ened. Two huadrcd million ot currency has o J
nenoralnntod ns tlio Rupiibllcun Cnnelldato for Prosldont.
lieon udihd to the peoples innii- wlllinut
dlslurbinio ut the exchanges, tnexaiuplid
prosperlt) has crowned wlsolawa and their
" 'lhe mulu quoatlon whlih divide- us, Isto
whom does the eredlt of nil this belong;
orators may st and upon this plitforiu, inmc
able nnd more eloquent than I, who will paint ,
In moro brilliant lolors, but tin) cannot put
In moro (jirnost thought the aff( etlou and nd.
miration uf llopublleuim lor our distinguished
I Secretary of Stale. I sleld to no lloubl. I
i cau, no matter Iroiu wlnt Matu he
halls, in admiration a'.d nspcrti
for John Sherman, for nov. MuUlnlus,
i fori human II. Ktod, lor Iowa's grcnl son, for )
the favorites of Illinois, W Iseonslniuid Jllchl
1 gan; but when I am told tint tho ired't lor
tho brilliant diplomacy of this Administra
tion belongs cxcluslvel) tu the Seetrtar) of
State, tor tho administration of Its llnantes
to ilia Secretary ot tho Treasury, for the con
slructlon of lin-clilps to tliu ecroiury ot tho
Navy, feftho lutroduetlou of American pork
lu F.uropo to tho Soerotar) of Agriculture,
for tho scttlonient, so far us It Is
I settled, of tho currency question te
Senator John Sherman, fur tho formulation ot
j tbo tariff laws m Gov. McKlnlcs, for tin) re
! movul of tho rts'rletlons plaeed byfeielgn
nations upon tbo Inlroductliii of Amerlciin
pork to our Ministers nt Paris and Ilerlln, I
am tempted to serlousl) Inquire, Who duilng
iho last four )cars hss been Picsldent of tho
United States ans how ?
to niumsov the cruht.
"All tho proposed adH ot n,ny admlnls-
I Irntlon, U'tore they aro formulated, are
I pas-cd upon In Cabinet council, and Iho
measures and suggestions ot tho ablest
Sccntarles would havo failed with a.
It sser President ; but for the great goodot
tho country and the benefit of tho Ilepitb-
llcan party, they havo succeeded beoauso
of tho suggestive mind, tbo Indomitable
courage, the Intelligent appreciation of -Itua-
tlonsand tho grand mscnanlmlty of Ilonja-
It Is an undlsputtd fart that, during tbo
fuw mouths when both ihu secretary ot state j
and tho secretary ot thu Treasury wero ill,
tho I're-ldeni personalis ussumtd tho duties
of the stato Iiipurtmcul and of tho lreasur)
Depirtmont, and both with equal success.
'I he sccretar) of statu, In accepting his p irt
tollo under President (.arlloUvvi otc: 'ouri
Administration iniisl bu made brllllantl) sue
eesstul, and strong In the coiitldimo uul
prIJouf t ho people, not at all dlv en In jits ener
gies tor re-election, nnd )it compelling tint
result by tho logic ut events and by the Im
perious neces-ltles of I ho sltusilon.'
"liarflcld fell before thu build or tho asa
sln, and Mr. Ulalne retired to private life.
(len, Harrison invited him lo lake up tb it un
llnlbhed dipromatle can ir where IIS threats
hied been so traglcull) broken. Poentire-d
thotublnet. IlorcsunieJ his work mid his
won a higher place In our history. Hie
I prophecy ho made for (,srlleld has been mi.
perbl) fullllled b) Pieslueut Harrison. In
tho language uf Mr. lllaine, 'the President
has emnpelled nie-elietlun bv the logh uf
events and the Imierlu'is nciessllies of the
lUllUISON CIS teintv M.w von..
" 1 he man who Is nouilu Uul here to-day to
vilu iiiuil earrs aicrlum woll-kunivn nuuitwr
of tho doubttul suites. Patrick Henry In iho
convention which started rolling tlio ball m
Independence' of the i oloules from Great llrlt-aliiHild-
I have out one lamp b) wiiiehui)
fiel aic guided, and that Is the lamp of cx!e'
rlencc. I know nt no iu) of Judglug ut the
future but b) tho past-' New urk was car
ried lu ISMi b) i,en. tiarttelu, and in cvirs
Important i lection since that time we have
iloto uur Iet. v hue put forward nur
ablest, our most popular, nur un si brilliant
leader- lor i.nvi ruor and stato iitilc i io sut
fei cuiist.iiit tlileat. 'liu uul) Mghi whleli
Illumines with lhe s in ol tiopo do. dark rec
ord of Iho-u twelve jears Is the Hut that 111
isss i be Mate ot New s.utk was trluiup.i
antl) fairled bv president II irr.sou. lie
curled U then as a gall ml sJldler, a wise
senator, a statesman who Inspired mmi.
denre by his public utterances tu (tail) f peeih
Iroiu the cuinu-encemeut of the I'nuvuss to
" llosllll lias all t'lesoeUlms, an 1 In ad I.
llonaiiadinlnlsiiatloiibesnadci.il i.m. mi
lib Willi tlio rUmcul of pupularlt) with
w huh to cony New .irknjatn. sntisin
Ii. Ips In the oil World und hicdu ip- la tho
Ni w. Tin io Is but oil' disilngulsh si exanip o
ot moil llr-i ovii'iml'i.T lhe llmltatl m-lie.
v -oil ti) th' pre- inlni'iit fame ot I 1- 1 1 ii i.
a 1 1 then ri-mg uu, velt and that wa wneu
the ) "im;cr Pitt became gleatet liun
with an suctfstor a tigucr of the Dcclnra-
tloiiof Indipcndetiee, aud another who saved
lhe Norihwist from siivigers nndgivelt to
clvillullon and einplre, ni.d who becamo
Pre-ld. lit nf the lulled Slates, a poor and
unknunu lawver ot Indiana hnsitsen by bis
unaided efforts to such distinction as luwser,
(iraloi, soldier, Hlaiesman aim Picsldent that
ho rolled s moio credit on his ancestors than
the) have duvolved upon him, and presents
In Mnerlcsn history the parallel uf tho
"11 the grand lerordof a wlso and popu
lar Aelmliilstrtillon, by tho strength gnlnid
In tri'qitehl contact with tho people, In won
derfull) versatile' and felicitous speech, by
tho claims of n pure lllu In publl'' und In tho
simplicity uf n typical American home, 1
nomlnato Hcnjamln Harrison."
EX-SENATOR SPOONER'S SPEECH1
"Mil. I'npsinrsT ami Gestieiiki or Tnc
Cosv r.Mios : Tho preliminaries aro settled,
ind It Is a relief that wo aro at last race to
face with the great duty which wo camo
hitherto perform. That the action of this
bod), ci mposctt uf representative men who
lovuthe Heptitilean part) and seek lo pro-I
moto Its success Its record and its prtscl-'
pies, will bo deliberate, thoughtful and purl
utle, and -ueh as to st cure for It the approval
of thoso who soul us litre canti'l well bo
"Nailoml Hoptibltcan Conventions havo
not bleu accurtomtd to mako mistakes.
That which met at Chicago lu lss mado no
mlstako when It Intrusted tho power and
lesponslblllty nnd leadership to Hen Harri
son, ot Indiana, nnd ll n Harrison has mado
no mistakes, lie quickly proved hlmsolt an
Ideal candidate and i leader who led.
" Millions of hosltlo and eager ej es searched
his w hole life In v um for spot or blemish, on
Iho march and In the battlo no man rode bc
loro him. lalni, dlgnllled nnd wise, ever)
day brought from hl lips s dcllvirauce, In
It-elt i perfect platiorm, tint xcellcd for grace
of diction, power of eplgiammatlc statement
and the spirit of true eloqiii nee. Ho Imbued
tho puty with renewed vigor and strength,
and intrepidly led It to victor).
"lllstilends bring his name IntothKCon
'ventlon, proudl) cunsilous that tho recurd
. vviiicn ho Ins made nieds not io bo supple
mented by words ot odiocacy. Ho has been
noni tho day ot his Inauguration what the
people elected him to K, tho President it the
lulled states. Hu bus given to tho country i
un administration which for ablltt), elll
eleney, purity and patriotism challenges nil-1
miration without tear ot comparison with ,
an) which has preceded It since the founda
tion ot tLo (luvernmenu He has been tree
from virlabloness or shadow of turning ' In '
his ilcvolloutn the pilnclphsot the Kepiib
lleaniiuty and to the redemption of the
pledgi s undo b) It to tliu people.
"Hi has stood fur the protection ot Amcrl-'
tan Industiti- and tho lniertstsof American
wnge-wnrkers, nnd placed with alacrity tho
seal uf approval upun tho great Tariff bill uf
the I IfM-llr-t t nutrt , which has outridden
the iliHslnf ml-ropre-entatlon which swept
user It as did the ark In the dlugo ot old and
now rests upun a foundation as solid as
"He chanipluued aud promoted by every
means lu harmony with tho dignity ot his
great ofllcu tho adoption ut thu stlumo ot
re dpi oat v, which, us enacted, has found
Itvur with uur people, nut limited tu iho
sun' h Anierlc in llepublics or bartering lhe
Interest- or une Industry for the bene.lt of
another by thu free ndml Ion ot competitive
product), but c mpelllng lilr treatment by
all gov, rnmenisut all t in people and our pro
duci inns under pcnoli) of commercial rctalla.
"openly fi loudly tu tho u-o of silver as ono
ot tho coin met Us ut thu count r), under condition-w
til h shall surel maintain it at a
pint) with gold, aud striving tu tecuro by
international .tenement tho existence ot
thoaocoi dllluiis. ho stnuds nevertheless as
rim as the granite whh h undt riles the contl
1 1 ut agulnst a polio w hkli would debase tho
, iiurcM-v ol tbewjple.
.m tlnl ho forget ur disregard tho solemn
pi, Jge ui iho Itepubllcan part) that 'every
eli i on, i ichor poor, r.atlvo or lorelii boru,
I white or buck, Is entitled nt ever) public
I eleitl in to cast one tree ballot, aud to havo
that b illoi hune-tly eountnl and faithfully
"With a skill, diguli) nnd courago which
i lias compelled the itduiliatlun of polltlcil
! n U-iid and fos alike he has caused It to be un.
! i. i-iood throughout the world that tho
Ai lerlcan t e uoeuts a government which has
' tin power and lhe win to protect the Aratrl.
I can unllorm aud I be Am, He m Interests at all
hazards ever) where, whether assallod by
j.ep"ry neighbor to the MUtuvv,araoj lucr
by tho diplomacy or power of Great llrltaln. ' J ;'S
:vcry Interest nf tho peoplo has bad his best t, IB
care and Ida thought, and lie stands hoforr his j !
country to-d.iy well approved and universally ; T-B
ncknowledgid to be a man ot transcendent H
ability, ot ixlroordlnai) capacity for tho dls- 1 il
(haigenf executive duly, of exalted patriot- ! -tf-H
Ism and lott) purp'H", who would not for a ' H
unanlmuus rennmtnatiou liy this Convention ! H
mid re-election by tho peoplo swerve ono
hair's breadth In any mitterot duty, great or I 'tfl
small, from what hu believed to be just and " '?'
tiik t)ist potsTrn win. not wiv. -tt
"It Is said ugnlust hlin tint ho has mads t 'S
eneinle", and It Is ovldenlly true. 80 did I '"H
Wiishlngion, soilltl Jackson, so did Lincoln, lH
soUlll.i.ml. si did (.lrileid, s'i dl 1 rtliur. i '
Hut this (diventlon will i nt mlstako tlio "?,B
laiiienl.iilons of lh" ill-apj olnted for tho ,
vole s ufl ho pi ilu people. It will not over- j $H
estlin no tho linportani'o of Individuals nnd 3-H
ii.iilerustlunle the inn HUi neoand patriotism 'J.'H
nf the iinssi's. 'Ihnjwl'l not be gulled Into i',
ihol-llef tint the object of government u ;
tlio Li stownl of uilie-. '-B
"'I lie party cues little for the ambition of l
li sdtrs and whethei John Smith secures na 1,'H
nllleethls inontn, next month tr not at all. H
I he pt oplo do not tie maud uf a President that A
ho shall be able to pltn-o uveryone. They liH
wont gni d govt rnment- 1 hey demmd lion- )P
est) and nblllly and Industry nnd purity lu V,l
publi" and prlvnto life, and all this they have -H
had In IU n Harrison, and they know It. iJU
W o pi ice hlin liefore this Convention --U
ns une who enn If ar and will bear, whether f.B
nominal eil or not (tor bo Is n llepubllcan), j l
his lull share In the great contest which to- i.U
I da) Is lo liegln. 'Ihu llepubllcans of every f'B
Statu ssvo one. in Convention assembled, '"
have Indorsed with enthusiasm his Admlnls- .'fl
I rat Ion t pon that Administration and Its Vj W
recordof eflUluucy and aeliluvcment the lie- 'jW
imbllcan party is to Invite the coming cam- '?
Mln i. t
" There is nothing persuasive In the nsser- I .B
tlon that tho peoplo who olllcl ill) approvo tfl
an ndmlnlstrntloii will withhold their np- ; s"H
provnl from tho man who Is responslblo for It, ' TU
and who has largely made It. Put him ngaln V.:B
nt tbti head ct tbo i oluinn. Place In his hand '.B
tho banner ct llepubUcant'in and ho will tiB
cairy It ngrcsslvclr all thu tlir.o nt tho front, pH
and ho will lend us again to victory. ' m
"Theiowlll bo lrre-lstlble power and In- ,. ;
splratlon in the knowledge v.blch pervades , ;
lhe peoplo that, so lor.g as bo lil'iesldent- 9 K,B
tlirro Is ono at iho helm who. what- u9 ,B
ever betides us at homo or abroad, . Zhm
will bring to the solu.lon of every M JoB
question, to the execution uf every pol- JjB
IO aud lo tho performauce of overy duty a U
splendid nnd (llclpllned Intellect, absolute -A iU
rectitude or purpose nml untaltcrlng deslro to -, tlU
consorvo ever) lntciest of every section, u .1 tfl
selfpolso which Is n suio safegunrJ against im '
hasty or mistaken Judgment, and a patriot- M ',H
Ism which never has wavered either Invrar ' fcH
or In peace. M ;;iB
WHITELAW REID FOR MORTON'S iM
IrrrriAt to Tnr vfsisi wnar.n.t 'X ( ' B
Miuseapoiio, Juno 10. It Is said that tho 'W A ';
namoot Whltelaw Held, uf New York, Is the -M aI
choico of tho Harrison men for tho second ' -".
place on the ticket. This was agreed on, tho Jl j I
report Is, at a inectlnj ot tho Kings County li l
delegation nnd that from New York City, 'a f
and tho llarrl-ou leaders from other States Ji ?U
eolnclded. S H
STUDYIWG" WORLD" BULLETIKS. I II
An Immonso Crowcl on Pnrlc Itow m U
Cboors for nialno. ' .'
At 2 o'clock this afternoon. Now Y'ork time, l S
when Mrs. Clarkson started tho cheering In I ";'
tho Minneapolis Convention hall for " Ulalne, m ' -IB
Ulalne, James o. II nine," four thousand I l
throats In Iront of tho Pulltrci Hulldlng toot B B
up the cry and howled as vociferously as " r
Ulalne hlmsolt wero po-il'ig Tiik Kvesinu W ,
Woiiin bull' tins, which annihilated spaco '
and gavo the news ot the da In less than a ' j
inlnutoatKr tho occurrences lu .Mlnnejpolls. j,
From iho hour the Convention met and '
bulletins commenced coming In, Park How In '
trout ut tho l'ulltcr Uulldlng, City Hall Fart, f T
the steps ot tho Heglater's onice, and overy 1
other av tillable spot irom w inch the bulletins I .,
could be seen wero crowded with cnthusl- I j
astlc citlens. Democrats and ltepubllcan.s, I
who had come from over pieclnct Lctween m J
Harlem aud tho Halteryto learn tho news
from the Convention as soon as posslb'e. , 1
Every one watched Tiif. Kvemmi Wcbid 1 -v
bulletins. i ,
Tbo messages were received, by direct wire. 1 -1
lu tbo editorial rooms, and as each despatch
was received It was telephoned to ite mannt I I
the bulletin-board, who, with u i alut brush 1 i
lu ono hand, the telephone iccelver In the I V
other and the crowd to cheer him on, de- gj ,
scribed as minutely as bulletins can overy I
action of tho Convention. f j
" Ulalne, Ulalne, James (i. Ulalne," was tb B v
favorltocr) of theoulooiers. K K
Harrison's name received a faint cheer, but 1 4
It was a Ulalne crowd f rum tho curbitono to ' -i
tho high seat uf nn Italian vender's; wagon, R
and ever) man In tho crowd let the world. 3j 4
within hearing distance know his chel 0. S J
Thu colored contingent was out In torcc, H -i
and some ot the race look great delight lu a
bragging that their brethren who are dele- ! J
, gales have teen for nearly n week tho biggest B j
I men In theeuuutrj. Hero Is tho predlttlon I $.
ot ono ot tho gentlemen ot color who tounet I '
standing room un tho 0 ix ofa peanut sender: K I
! "S.UU seo, it's this wo), callfurny'3 $
ldll)egntes nro all for Ulalne. The) s got a ,' I X
I power of wlno with 'em, and thu Harrison jB I
' delegates havo dune got tilled up and forgot A j'
who they arc struct cd for, und so they'll voto jm J
for Iilalno und he 11 get the pt rslinnioii." V
"1 hat's light," atiswcre'dthopnrt of of the ' -;R
crowd that heard him, und then they alt iffl J
joined lu giving the Plumed Knight another ,m 'jK
chuer. m S
Come lo riiloruilu To-)nr. M. K
"Ftrpt Tliruujh e.'ealilllf "tl).l&P. M. V ' '
ISfPOKTANT TO CII9AI. NMOICKIIS, ,
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