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, THE PLATFORM.
THE SOIL OF AMERICA
SHALLONLY BE OWNED
BY HER CITIZENS.
A Revision of the Tariff De
manded, But American In
terests and American La
bor Must be Protected.
I'lu, renulilicans of the UnitiM MatcH,
epuuUcaii party lias, alter cav-
n, !one o miicb to reuder its
hut, equal and ticm-licial. The
I llhorty ami the ciuboiliincntof
of the bcrvlce to which it is applicable.
The spirit and purpose of the rofonn
should be observed in all executhe ap
pointments, and all laws at variance with
the objects of existing reforms should be
repealed, to the end that the dangers to
free institutions which lurk in the powcrof
official patronago may be wisely aud effec
The public lands arc the heritage of the
people of the United States. They khould
be reserved as far as possible for small
lmlillni's bv actual settlers. fc arc oppos
ed 10 the acnuisition of lar-jc tracts oft
these lands by corporations or individuals,
especially where nuch holdings arc in the
bauds of non-resident aliens, and we will
endeavor to obtain sucli legislation as will
tend to correct this evil. We demand of
congress the speedy reeovery of land grants
which have elapsed by reason of non-compliance
with the acts of incorporation in
all cases where there has been no attempt
in good faith to perform the conditions of
The grateful thanks of the American peo
ple are due to the union soldiers and sailors
ot the late war, and the republican stands
pledged to pav suitable pensions lor all who
were disabled", for the widows and orphans
of those who died iu the war. The repub
lican party also pledges Itself to the repeal
or the limitation contained in arrears actor
or 1877, so that all invalid soldiers shall
slurc alike and thcirpensionbe j:icn with
the date or disability or discharge, and not
with the date or application.
The republican party favors a policy
which shall keep us from entangling dilh
cultics with foreign nations, which gives us
the right to expect that foreigners shall re
frain from meddling in American affairs
The policy which seeks peace can trade
with all power., but especially with those
of the western hemisphere. We demand
the restoration or our navy to its old time
strength and efficiency, that it may iu any
sea protect the right or American citizens
and the interests or American commerce,
wc e.ill on congress- to remove the burdens
by which American (hipping has been ile-pres-el,
co that it may again be true that
we have a commerce which Icaws no -ea
unexplored and which takes no law from
Keolvt-il, Thatappointments bj the pres
ident to offices in the territorie-, shall be
made from the bona llde eiti.eus and icm
dents or the territories therein.
Kesolved, That it is the duty ot congress
to enact Mich laws as shall promptly and
effectual! v suppress the systeiuof polygamy
within our territory, and divorce the politi
cal rrom the ecclesiastical power or the so
called Mormon church, and that it should
be ri-idly enforced by tho civil authorities
ir possible and bv the military it needs be.
The people or tljc United .States iu their
orisiual capacity contituto a nation, and
nt n morn i-onlcderacv or state1-. The na
tional government is supreme within the
sphere "or its national duty, but the states
have reserved rights which should be raith
fully maintained. Kach should be guarded
with jealous care so that the harmony ol
our system or government may be preserved
and the union kept inviolable.
The prosperity of our institutions rests
upon the maintenance or a free ballot, an
honest count and correct returns, and we
denounce the fraud and violence practiced
by the democrats iu the southern states,
bv which the will or tho voter is defeated,
as dangerous to the pro-ei vation or free in
stitutions, and we solemnly arraign the
democratic party as being the guilty re
cipient or the- fruits or such liaud and vio
lence. ... , .,
Wc extend to the republicans ol the
..r..ii. riMT.iniipss of their former party
affiliations, our cordial sympathy and
pled"e them our inot earnest ellorts to
promote the pas-age or such legislation as
will secure to every citizen or whatever
race and color, the full and complete recog
nition, possession and exercie or all po
As the pint form was being mad by 51c
Kinlev there were interruptions of. ap
plause at the points approving the pre-i-denf
administration, deflating that duties
on imports should be made not Tor revenue
oulv. claiming lull and adequate protection
ror'sheep husbandry, recommending legis
lation to regulate the railroads, disapprov
ing tho importation or contract labor,
whether from Kurope or Aia. ravonng the
civil service law. condemning the acquisi
tion or large tracts or lands, especially by
non-residents, declaring the policy ol non
interrerence with foreign nations and that
foreign nations shall refrain from inter
meddling in American allairs; for the cn-
cr. ... r tu ;ivs arai nsi Doiyxanij.
and condemning the fraud and violence ol"
the democracy in the southern states.
BLAINE OF MAME.
THE PLUMED KNIGHT
NOMINATED FOR PRESI
DENT ON THE FOURTH
General John A. Logan Given
the Second Place by an Al
most Unanimous Vote.
THE RESULT HAILED THROUGH
OUT THE COUNTRY WITH THE
President Arthur Congralulates His Suc
cessful Competitor in a Telegram
Chicago, June C The convention con
vened at 11 o'clock. At 11:20 the conven
tion was called to order. Immense crowds
filled up all the streets and avenues leadiug
to the building, so much so that those en
titled to seats round themselves wholly un
able to gain admittance. The mayor oi the
city telegraphed ror an extra police force
to clear a passage.
The morning was elcar aud warm after
an all night's rain.
The Arthur delegates had decided to
Torce an adjournment after a tew ballots.
A ballot by states was commenced to be
called at 11:15 a. 111., which was finished at
1J:20 p. in , and wlm-u resulted :
Tin- 'second ballot was immediately or
dered, but so man v call ordclegatlons were
ordered that it was 1:30 p. m. bulore it was
announced and was as louows
... . r t .1 ..MHltA ?n HAmt.
Aud, as a friend of James u. , ing tnc nomination. au mv-' """
all Ills inenas suan naunj; iuuu s. jy&" - .---
would lighten tne soiuiera camp-mes nuu
' one end of the country to the other.
. , it r Y..W!. i.Mklin in
uaucey, icoioreuj juiw -.-, -
At 1-.:W p. in, the
which rc-ulted ill
intes. Ailluir a
thiid ballot was taken
a gain lor Hlaine or t!."i
,'ain or 3 votes, hdinunu
riiul Lo-'ali looking as tollows :
I .n"flll . . ..
f, ti.u i.iiini. it was evident that Maine
would be iiominrled on the next ballot un
less an an cdjournment could be hai..
'. . i...inn .if itint inns ni'i-uri'cd. and
nim-li noisv dcnionstratioii, but at -i- p.
STAUNCH OLD MADISON.
Krcderickstown, .Tuuc t!. To-night the
citi.eiisorFrcdcrickstovvn andiicinity paid
to (iencral John S. Marmaduko a handsome
eomnlimeiit. in the way or a serenade
general responded iu a
speech. Madison county
can" bo counted
national convention assembled, renew their
allegiance to the principles upon which they
have triumphed In six successive presiden
tial elections, and congratulate the Aincrl--mi
tieotdc on the attainment or so many
results in legislation and administration by
.hih fh i-i-tiu mean iiariy nan. i"
ing the union
...r....ii.ii-.l i llln-rtv all
"-B""'-.'. '. " 7 1' I l.i.l.. ...inuwPB ol
the tiest tuougm. aim h if. ""' i'"-i v
our citizens, the republican party has
sained its strength by quick and la itlilnl
rcspouse to the demands or the people for
the freedom aud npjatity or all men: ror a
united nation, a-mring the rights or all cit
izens ; Tor the elevation ol labor; ror an
honest currency ; Tor purity in legislation,
aud for integrity and accountability 11 all
departments or the government, and It ac
cepts anew the duty or leading in the work
or program, aud relorui.
We lament the death or l'lesident t.ar
fleld whose sound statesmanship ror so
long a time in eoiigiess gave promise or a
stroiii: and siicecs-ftd administration a
.i... fnlli- realized durinir the short
period or his term in omeo as president of
the IJnlU-d States. His uimit;uiuuu ... .
cesses in war and peace have endeared him
to the hearU or the American people '
In the admini-tration ol President Ar- ;
thur wc recogulze a wise, conservative and ,
patriotic policy, unuer 11 men iuu ....." j
... i.n m,. i-(l with remarkable properi-
ii- and we lielleve his eminent services are
entitled to and will receive the hearty sup
port or every citizen.
It is the Hist duty or a good government
to protect the rights and promote the in
terests ol its own people. The largest di
versity or industry is most productive or
ecncral "prosperity and or tho comfort and
Vndepeiidcnceorthe people. AVe therefore
demand that the imposition or duties oil
forcicn Imports shall be made not for "rev
enue only." but that in raising the requisite
revenues lor the government the duties
shall be so lev led as to afford security to our
diversified industries and protection to the
rielits and wages or the laborer, to the end
that active and intclltecuL labor as well as
capital may have its just reward ana me nieuini.-was devoted to Wagner
. ! a. .11 .. 1. .. Ian t f IIA ll.llinillll ' ,-' -- i-
iKl.iiritll' I1IUII 11IS IUII BUaiu 111 Ult uuu... . ...
prosperity. Against the so-called ecouomc
nollcy or the democratic party which would
degrade our labor to the foreign standard,
we enter our earnest protest. The demo
cratic party lias Tailed completely to relievo
the people or the burden or unnecessary
taxation by a wise reduction or the surplus.
The republican party pledges itseir to cor
rect the Inequalities or the tariff and to re
duce the surplii-, not by the vicious and in
discriminate process or horizontal reduc
lion, but by such m'ethods as will relievo
the tax payer without injuring the laborer
or the protective interests of the country.
Wo recognize the importance of sheep hus
bandry in the Uuilcd States, the serious
a. t. ! I.. HAt .i.-i.i.ii,itiniiiir
! nK 'dangVr'threathuV Vlu'lu pi I moiuly adopted, and forwarded to the lion
norlty, nd we therefore respect
......ilnnl the representatives or
Ml"""" .. .
. - .i:..H ii'oi. iiii iiiiiii'r it.
111. a motion to aujuuiu .-- r --- -
call of the suites. Illinois then made a
break, and fifteen or her delegates voted
with the niainc;men against adjournment.
At3:lS the motion to adjourn was declared
lost, and Foraker, or Ohio, wanted to mako
ltlaineN nomination unanimous, but
withdrew his motion to save time.
The fourth ballot started at :.:i) p. in.
The ballot had only proceeded down
to Illinois when it was seen that felll
licienl change had been made to nominate
lllaiue.when the concision became so great
that it was almost another hour liefoie the
result was obtained.
The final ballot at -1:10 p.
Iiawley V" "
Memphis, Tenn, June . The Kcnnesiiw
inanuracturiiig compiny assigned this
mnmitii". Liabilities. 3C.O00: assets, in
cluding machinery, real estate, etc., s?.",
000. MUSICAL TESTIVAL.
Kansas City, June . The second annual
musical fostivat was inaugeratcd at the
Coates opera house this evening, with un
usual dcmonstrationsorcntliiisiasm. There
was a (rood audience including a number ot
. . . f -11 t.... Ailt. M-lin ..rv.i-
iisitnrn irom neiiziiuuriuv eiiiL-s. mi. i-u..-
Chicago, June fi.-When North Carolina
wit-, reached there was a great deal or up
roar. The chair said: "The gentlemen in
the aisles will please tako their seats, and
the sergcaiit-at-arms will please see that
they do so." The assistant sergeant-at-aruis
rushed around at a terrific pace, in
sisting with vehemence that the order ap
plied with peculiar force aud was especial
ly directed to reporters.
"When the vote of Pennsylvania was an
nounced. Messrs. Magcc and McMynn both
challenged the vote, and insisted ou a count
While the loll was ueing caueu,
i.ii.. ,.r imli:iii:i. arose aud said: '
Chairman, 1 demand that the lobbyist
Kloino I insist tll-lt
unite in having the roll or states called and
votine against an adjournment. Loud
The chair A ery well.
Jlr. McKinlcy And then we can vote the
proposition down. Loud applause.
Mr. Conger, or District ol Columbia Vc
accent that Mr. Chairman, on the question
or adjournment. .
There were more delays occasioned by a
demand from certain or the states than for a
polling or the ote.
The result on the votes was. yeas, Gt ;
nays, iU. This announcement produced
another season of wild cheering. Mr. For
aker then moved that the rules be suspend
ed and Blaine nominated by acclamation.
Loud applause and great confusion. Jlr.
Itoos-evelt declared it could not be done.
After an exciting scene Foraker, in order
to save the time of the convention, with
drew his motion, aud the secretary proceed
ed to call the roll or States for the fourth
Thesecretary then announced the result
or the fourth ballot. His announcement or
votes for Ulaine got no Turther than the
hundreds, for his voice was lost In tho
whirlwind or applause that followed. 1 he
tact or IMaine's nomination had been a cer
tainty ever since Cullom had tried to read
his telegram from John A. Logan. 1 he en
tire audience or delegates and visitors arose
to their Teet simultaneously, everybody be
ing Ulaine men, and 'shouted and sang in
their dcllsht at the success ol the man from
Maine with demonstrations of joy such as
has never been seen in a convention before.
It took nearly thirty minutes to get to busl-
Tiic chair gentlemen or the convention:
The ushers are making diligent efforts to
restore quiet aud order-(at thi point the
booming or the canuon was heard, which
caused renewed cheers. The convention at
length becoming comparatively quiet, the
chairman resumed: .
James U. Ulaine, of Maine, having re
ceived the votes of a majority or all the
delegates elected by this convention
The chairman at this point finding ; uiin
.,ir ,.,..,1.1.. in iiifike hinicll heard 111 tilt?
confusion which prevailed, handed the
written announcement in me secicuij,"""
read it as follows:
James (J. Ulaine having received the
vote- ora majority or all Undelegates elect
ed to this convention, the qtietlou now be
fore the convention U. shall the nomination
or Mr. Ulaine he made unanimous.' Cries
Mr. Jsabin. or Minnesota, getting the
floor, said, Mr. Chairman-Four years ago
in this verv hall, as a delegate to the Aa
tional republican convention, I was opposed
to Chester A. Aitfiur and to the elements
with which he was then associated, since
that he has been called, under the most try
ing circumstances, to rultill the first place
in the gift of the people of" tut country.
Well, noblv and faithfully has he mililled
that trust! To-day I honor ami revere
Chester A. Arthur. Applause. As a
friend of his I no less honor and revere that
..;.,..,. nr trpntlon.cn that scholar mat
girted statesman, James (J. Ulaine, whose
nomination affords me the greatest pleasure,
with the piedictlon that hi-" name before
this country in November, will produce that
same spontaneous entlniiasiii which w ill
make him thepre-ddentof the United states
on the fouith day or March next. Loud
and protracted applause-, tries or cur-
UMr. I'ltimb, of Kansas Mr. Chairman:
This convention li:i discharged its most
impoitant trusts, and, notwithstanding the
leu-thof time it has been in session, and
tlie0e.velting eri-is through which it has
passed, we are ready to go 011 and conclude
the business which brought us all here. 1
move this nomination be made unanimous,
and hope there will not be a dissenting
voice in all this vast assembly.
The Chair I have been requested to read
the following telegraph dispatch. 1 he
uri-sideiit has sent the following dispatch
to Mr. Ulaine; .
The Hon. J. C. Ulaine. Au.jiiita, Maine :
s the candidate or the republican party
j oil shall have my earnest and cordial siip-
10Thc Chair Shall the motion to make the
nomination unanimous prevail:-' All those
: - ..in tr "ivi.." The trcmendou-
shout or ayes sent tip by the vast multitude
clearly demonstrated the Tact that the nom
ination was unanimous.
Tho Chair recognized Mr. Uurleigh, ot
Mr. Burleigh, having 'taken the platform,
iid- Mr. President, in behalt or the
l'residetitortlio United States and at his
request. I move to make the nomination at
James ti. Ulaine, of Maine, unanimous, and
I promise for the fiiclids of President Ar
thur, who are always loval at the polls, aud
for northern 'ew York 20,000 republican
.majority : and I promise you all, that wc
will do all wc can for the ticket and for the
nominee, and will show you iu November
next that New York is a republican state.
It elected James A. Garfield and it will
elect James 5. Ulaine, or Maine, Ap-
cocnrwliiifr tlm nomination said that with
Ulaine and Logan his state could be carried
for the party by 5,000.
After further nomination from Georgia
a motion was made to suspend the rules and
make the nomination byacclamation.which
was put to vote and the majority voted for
it, hut a a third vote was necessary the
chairman ordered the roll called in order to
ascertain the number. At the request of a
delegate who said there were others who
wanted to speak for General Logan, the
motion to suspend the rules was withdrawn.
Speeches in endorsement of Loan were
aIo made by Mr. Bradley, of Kentucky,
Mr. Lee, of South Carolina, Mr. O'Hara. of
North Carolina, and other delegates..
General Mahone said he would speak for
30 000 confederate soldiers of whom he was
ode, and who would rally to the support of
Blaine and Logan.
General J. S. Bobinson, of Ohio, seconded
the nomination in behalf of his State, and
moved to suspend the rules and make the
nomination by acclamation.
The question being put to vote, it was de
Great confusion followed. The Kansas
banner was brought out agai a with a por
trait of Logan added to that of Blaine.
When quiet was restored, Congressman
Davis, of Illinois, demanded a call of the
roll on the nomination, aud the motion be
ing seconded it was so ordered.
When New York was reached, Geo. m.
Curtis announced his delegation not quite
ready. Tho roll being completed, New
York" was again called, and Mr. Curtis an
nounced the vote or that state as one vote.
Foraker, of Ohio, six votes for Gresham,
of Indiana, and GO votes for Logan. The
nomination was then made unanimous.
The thanks or the convention were ten
dered to the temporary and permanent or-
The convention then adjourned.
ii... ,.rr.Pilin'H in ihe convention to
day were accompanied byBcenes or tumult
uous excitement. The interest In the bal
loting was little short or a contagion. In
jide the walls ot the convention hall there
was a multitude or fully 13,000 people.
During the progress of the ordinary events
of the dav it would suddenly lash ltseU
into mad "excitement. It reached Its cli
max when Illinois joined in the column ol
Ulaine states, almost surely presagng vic
tory for the Maine man. Iho hall fairly,
thundered as the swaying audience
cave vent to its fierce enthusiasm. V hen
the fourth ballot was finally declared it was
a signal for a mighty cheer, and when the
detonation or the artillery outside the
building served to again remind them
or the triumph achieved by the Ulaine
forces the building rocked under the
cheering. When Illinois broke, the Pacific
coast people seized the banner they have
borne since leaving San Francisco and pro
ceeded with it up and down
the aisles. Colorado uniurieu i
umphant banner bearing a picture
of the Maine statesman, the standard
being surmounted witn a live eagle. Ivau-s-u
..vnnseil a banuer which bore the in
scription "-10,000 majority for the nominee.
75.000 majority for James (i. Ulaine.'
These were borne by delegates swinging
through the main body 01 me auuieuce
amid deafening shouts. To-night there are
anumberorbon-tiresand a display or fire
works. There were a large number or
hastily improvised torch-light companies
par-iding the streets with music, all or
which served as a reminder that another
national political campaign is on.
Washington, June C President Arthur
read the decisive news from Chicago with
great composure. He remarked that the
..,..., (V,,.,. 1 In- i-oiiientioii to-day had not
taken him by surprise, disappointments in
politics being or such common occurrence,
ami -o readily discounted. As to his posi
tion iu the canvass, the president said it
was sincerely marked out iu the telegram
which he had sent to Mr. Ulaine immediate
ly upon the receipt ot the announcement or
the convention's cuoicu.
Senator Logan said his sentiments were
embodied in the telegram he sent Senator
Cullum to-day withdrawing in Tavor or
Ulaine, and in the dispatch to Mr. Ulaine
this evening, which reads: "I most hearti
ly congratulate you on your nomination.
You wilt be elected."
messages to Mr. Blaine. At i:U the wire
was ehoked with business, and at this hour
(C p. in.) the messages are still colng
from all parts or the Union congratulating
Ulaine upon bis nomination.
Augusta. June 6.-A special to the Chron
icle says: "Merciless cartoons did Blaine
no harm. They may have helped nominate
him. Blaine is a brilliant man of genius,
a dazzling politician, an audacious diplo
mat, a splendid orator, and a popular and
Cold Springs, X. Y., June C-There to
great enthusiasm over the BOtniiiaUou or
Ulaine. One hundred guns were fired.
Portland, Me., June C There is great
enthusiasm here. Special trains from all
quarters are carrying enthusiasts to Augus
ta to-night to congratulate Blaine.
Augusta, Me., June C-The news of
Blaine's nomination was received with the
wildest enthusiasm. Cannons were fired,
and a flag, on which is inscribed. "Our
next PresFaent, James G. Blaine'' w 1 un
furled, and was greeted with loud shouts,
as was also a portrait of Blaine, which was
exhibited on the streets. Men were per
fectly wild, cheering and throwing up their
hats. The city bells are ring and every
body is wild with enthusiasm.
Worcester, Mass., June G. The an
nounccment of Blaine's nomination was re
ceived with cheers and firing of cannon.
Columbus, June C.-Thc result of the
Chicago convention was received here with
great demonstrations. A large meeting
was held at the court house this evening lor
the purpose of ratifying the ticket, and or
ganizing a campaign club.
Sterling, June C.-The nomination of the
Plumed Knight was received here with the
wildest enthusiasm. Bon fires were light
ed, the baad engaged and fire works sent
.r : ur of the treat event. Speeches
were made by Mayor Bond, Cypt. Barn
rick and others. No presidential candidate
has ever created so much enthusiasm as
James G. Ulaine. The nomination of Gen.
Logan was also received with wild cheers.
Nevvtou, June C.-Thcre is a grand dem
onstration here to-night. A Blaine club
was organized and bands are playing, can
nons booming and bonfircss burning.
There is general rejoicing over Blaine s
Parson-, June C The nomination of
Blaine gives unusual satisfaction here.
Great throngs', of people crowd the street
rejoicing at the success of the man from
Kansas City. Mo.. June C.-The nomlna.
tion of James G. Blaine was received here
with great satisfaction by republicans.
Preparations arc being made for a ratifica
tion meeting on an extensive scale, Mon
it.:., v v .lime (I. This city, the
home or Itoscoe Conkllug, fired 100 guns in
honor or the nomination 01 maim-.
Troy. X. Y., June C.Tue nomination of
Blaine was received here with great en
thusiasm. The large Irish population arc
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Msiisic .111 tlie Air)
Owing to the lUUMio! tb spring, and our liumn stock not moving t rapidly as w
waut, we have 'decided to force It.
Read the Following!
imm.rSllk w S 70 M Summer Silk now
do do now 6U ' JO do do llrocade now 30
do do now a 1 80 8ltk Urenadln. now W
do do now 50
These Must Also Go!
Fat cows and heifers....
Fat shipping hogs. best..
Stool, and fenling hogs. .
,j lS".'i .V)
. :t avir. 00
. :t 25i 4 uo
. 4 IKfeM 4'J
...4 (P0ft4 40
. 3 l3 -Vt
10 l'laid I)re Goods now 04i
M llrocade Dress Goods . now 07
SO llrocade A l'laid lre Goods.now I2S.'
:su Itrown C'aahnierw . now JO
50 Cashmere, all color. ..now 3&
4 Cathnere, all color
85 do do
1 50 Xorelly Sulllng
i do do
You Can't Help It You Must Buy!
5 3.1 ladles Game Vet
i;r do do
1 7,. Ladle' French
Game VnsU uow
35 I adle' Kiiiey Hoe (no seam) now,
35 Ijwllei) Lisle Glo., ..,,.. WW
muin mill w:is !M i'Ii under tue direction
of Theodore Thomas, and the principal
clivers were Fran Jlalerna. Winklciiiaiiii
and Scoria, with a chorus composed ot
members or the Philharmonic nocfcty or
this citv. At tho conclusion or the t.eeond
actor Taunliail'er the audience ro-e and
hriTcd. brincinj: out three Mieceive en
core. Christine NIINon and Cmina Juch
arc among the singer tor to-morrow after
noon and evening.
ORGANIZED FOR ULAINE.
Topeka, Kan., June . At a meeting of
the Blaine and Logan iepiiblic.111 club to
night the following rc-olution-. wcieuiiani
have taken possession of the aisles hhall go
to their places immediately.
The Chair "The gentlemen will resume
")!?.' Adv.' or Kansas-'The New Yoik
delegation belong on the other side or the
Mr. Dutcher, or New York "Yes, the
New York delegation belong over hero.'
Air I'.iiriniL'li. or New York I um: to a
Potatoes, 1T bu
Potatoes, new, per ix-ck
llntter . .
Chickens, per lb. . .
Chickens, ir doren
S. (J Hams
S. C. Ilk. Ilncou .
1. S. Sides ...
Corn men I
Flour, high patent.
. .. 17
2 fi5ft2 W
2 45&2 05
. 80(21 00
Hamburgs and Laces.
Largest SUck I- Rtists k Uwest Frke SUf IrMri k -
HOW IT WAS RECEIVED.
their de- J
nnrtaiit acrlcullural Interest ror atljuctment
of the duty upon roreigu wool in order that
Mich industry hhall have free ami adequate
Wo have alwajs recommended the best
money knoW4i to the civilicd world and
wn urge that efforts should be made to unite
ahVconimerclal nations in the establishment
of an inter-nallonai ianiari which mi;ui
fix for all the relative value of gold and sli-
Tho regulation r commerce with loreign
nations "and between the states N one or
i. most iiunortaut nrerogatives of the gcu-
cral gocrnmeut aud the republican party
distinctly announces us iui.u-u i n'i.
such legislation as will fully and ethclently
carry out the constitutional power or eon
... ..L vr tutor-slate commerce. The
principles or tho public regulation or rail-'
way corporations I a, le and salutary
ono for tuo nroiecuon . .i..i"t- ... .-1
lames U. lilaine:
Whereas, The natioual republican con
vention at Chicago lias this day nominated
.lames (I. Hlainc Tor president ot the United
Resolved, lly the Ulaine and Logan club
of Shawnee county, Kansas, That we do
extend to him our congratulations as our
standard licaicr in the coining great politi
cal coutest. and that we doruriliercongrat-
. . .. .1.11 ..T llin ..... rtl
mate 111c rcpuuiiL-nii i..it. . . "" 1
Kansas and the nation, upon the uisdomof I
their boldest, bravest and most eminent !
dalesman or our eoiinirj.
point of order, aud that is that cx-Scn.itor
Spencer is amoug the delegates mid he has
Mrr MeCoosT or New York-l suggest
that there are gentlemen not delegates sit
ting among the New A ork delegates and 1
rise to inquire iu reference to it.
Mr. f'oiiins. of New Jersey Name the
men and put them out.
Chairman The gentlemen will tako their
bt!ltcr a sc.111 or great confusion, in
which the audience assisted with their feet
ind voices in the tumult of the tloor of the
'house, quiet as restored and the secretary
nrncccded with the call or the roll.
When the state or l'cnnsylvanni was
reached, the chairman ot the delegation re
ported the vote. The vote was immcdiate
w .hallcngcd. and a call of the roll of 'the
s'tate delegation was ordered by the chair.
When the result or the third ballot was
announced there was another scone of wild
confusion ami Jcrcc cheering.
When an opportunity odcred, .111 dgc
Foraker. or Ohio, was rccognizeu mc
Iud"'c Foraker l move that wc take .1
recossiintll T:!W this evening.
Mr. Dutcher. or New ork-I second the
l make an amendment. The opposing
forces of this convention have already
passed beyond the skirmish line and there
Is one phalanx , , .
Here the speaker's voice was drowned in
Mr. iiooscvelt, ol Now York-Mr Cl.air-
111.111. 1 rle to a point 01 umcr,
Mr. liiisted.orNew York I move that
this convention do now adjourn until 8
o'clock this evening, which motion pre
vailed. The convention here adjourned
until S o'clock.
Con-ideilng that all the excitement ami
interest in tho convention culminates in
the nomination or Mr. Ulaine ror the prcsi
denev, thcie was a very large attendance as
well of delegates as ot spectators at the
evening session. The galleries were hardly
less crowded than at any or the preceding
sessions, but there was a marked absence
or any other than one or simple curiosity.
It was S:iri o'clock when tho chairman s
irivel tell and announced that prayer would
bo offered by Kcv. Dr. Charles O'Kcilly, ol
Detroit. Dr. O'Kcilly is treasurer ot the
IriBh National Land League or America,
and is the lirst Catholic to open a repubh-
...... ,...t ninil convention witu iir.iytr.
The chair then called for the names or
members or the national committee, which
hadiot already been sent up. A resolution
was passed permitting state central com
mittees to name members of the national
committee not already named.
' A resolution limiting speeches or noini
tion to ten minutes was passed, and the
clerk proceeded to call tile roll or states ror
the nomination. .
No response was received till Illinois was
reached, when Senator Dumb, or Kansas,
exilic forward. He said the convention had
completed two of its most scrioti diities
the adoption or a plairoun and nomination
of a candidate Tor prcsidrut. The platform
was one on which an ku" i" i
could unite, and the candidate one who j
could beat any democrat, living or dead, 1
1..,. u i still inmortant that the bet pos-1
siblc man should Dc named for the second
The Whole Country Jubilant
Over the Nomination.
BON-FIRES, BRASS BANDS AND
toe Illeache.1 Cotton, M Inche.
tic Illeached Cotton, 3fi Inchei.
'Mie. Ited Sheeting, bleached.
10c lied SheetlDjr, bUachel.
Sc Itrown Cotton, 38 luches.
M Itrown Oittoii,."! Inrhr.
ft'Xe llruwn Cotton, M Inriies.
Albany. June C The Albany Journal
says: Maine's nomination makes the re
publican party an invincible exponent of
progressive ideas, and its courageous ac
tion will be worthily led by a man whom
it has honored with its approval this day.
San Francisco, June C The news or
Maine's nomination created the wildest
enthusiasm. Tho newspaper olliccs were
besieged with crowds shouting and cheer
ing Tor Maine.
New York, June 1;. News or the nomin
ation or Maine spread with remarkable
r-i.i.litv !rouns or ncoplc have been
watching the bulletin boards during the
afternoon, but as it became evident that
the result must be arrived at before ad
journment, the numbers increased. The
announcement of Maine's nomination was
received with cheers, out mere was mo
mentary disappointment on the part of the
partisans of the other candidates, but that
utiickly passed away and there was made
,!. ...ir..! ivnrr indication that the repub
licans of this city will Tall Into solid line at
once ror Maine. Crowds which rapidly in
creased in numbers surrounded the newt
naper bulletin boards. The space in rront
of the Tribune buiidlug.on I'rintlng House
square, was thronged. I'cople were cllug
iii" to the statue of Itcnjamin r ranklin.and
taking advantage 01 every poim. ""
Jvhich the bulletins could bo read. There
was unusual enthusiasm and repeated
Minneapolis. June C There Is great en-
IUIUMi-' ...--- 111
place. It was but a matter o ju,t recogm- , ,-:"--;'.,,. nomination. T he ringing
tion to the great body or soldiers 01 incur r b .11- lir ng ol cannon, and enthusiastic
for the union that a representative from of . s hr ,ng m c ,
Ulaine iiaiiucrs uic
their number should be placed as the sec
ond name on the ticket. The grand army
r ih rni.utilie haI enrolled more than
people and we lavor legislation that shall
:..vnt iinhiKt discrimination and exces-
ive charges for transportation aud that
shall secure to the people aud the railway
alike the fair and equal protection or the
w fiiv.ir the cstablisbincnt or a national
bureau of labor, aud ravor the enforcement ,
of the eight hour law, and a judicious js- j
tem of general education by an adequate '
appropriation Iroin the national icveiiuc
wncrcTor the same is necilcd. .
We believe that everywhere the protcc-j
Hon to a citizen of American birth must bo
secured to citizens bv American adoption.
and wo lavor the settlement ol national
differences by international arbitration.
The republican party having its birth iu
a hatred ot slave labor and a desire that all
men may be truly rree and equal, is oppos
ed to placing our working men in competi
tion with anv form of servile labor,
whether at home or abroad, and wc de
nounce the importation or contract labor,
CONDITION OK PENN HANK-
Pittsburg, l'a., Juno ('..Assignee War
ner, or the Tcnii bank, to-day made .1 re
port or the book. The report shows the
amount due liulsvtduai depositors ti,M,
2uTi.0."i and the amount or overdrafts Sl.'iV),
9X5.90. The majoaitv or the directors with
drew their accounts' May 2;. the day the
bank closed the eccond time, ror obvious
rcason. The assignee refused to make
public the names or depositor. Cashier
Kelber has offered to assist in settling up
1 the affairs or Ihe bank.
,! s not ' -Trd not ' three-quarters of a million ormen who late-' Maine anu a
weliavedono the work ror w,,ltl1 we arc iom,an ,iUcd in every vvay tor the first was orspniz
chair- ' place, annul w no wouut auu hireugin f.
. you the tickctand justify the hopes and lexpecta
v Iva- tfons of the party. Th.it man was Gen. .Ino
A Lo-an. Loud, long ami renewed ap
' .. . I. .I.a LtrnAlj tf t li Js IfV.
t.rtntni. inriuiL'ii tuo -.it-.f. v.. ......-,
Maine and John A. Martin are all the go
Ottawa. Kau.. Junefi. -This community
can add another name to the list of tinfor
iir smivart. of rennsvivania Mr.chair-
,,,, 1 liavc the tloor. Mr. chairman
..'.niii. tim -'cntleman rrom re tin
..!.. ...! I Invc the floor.
in... .... - x. s- -t- n. .....
Mr. KOOsCVCll. l -un iui-muro-
lion is not amendable nor debatable.
Mr Stewart We are ready ror the front
or battle. Mr. chairman, let it come.
The Chair The motion bcrore the con
vention is thtt tlw convention now take a
until h-tlf P3"- -even o cioi-k iuis
All thoc In favor, ay aye: to
. voice was again lost in the
Tew rcsnon-es were given; all i had not
. . - ... It . I II'UUL
lunate girls who pretcr deatti to uigracc. 1 ,
I.lzzio Wvatt, the oldest daughter ot one or I tfnce and the galleries, a well as delegates.
o,,r most "respectable farmer-, who has the I The Chair-The nays have it.
misfortune of being almost totally blind, , -" rUTrXS ot Cen. I-o? to tho soldier bovs
ny taMiig au 1 ".r .:;:.i i -.linnrnment. iMmoI "too of cast Tennessee, mere u oC ,rv.-
'e opposed 'av no, to which aT.eafebtng had done well and t he. speaker
001?" was "iVen. seeminslv rrom every ! ute to the "I'iumcd Knight 'or
!of the building, including the audi-. hoped the conven on would
."...i .1... ,nri . well a dele!rates. common understanding and agr
,,1.11.1. 1 -l'lie siicaKer did not present 111111
1 on behalf of Illinois, or of any other state,
but or the whole United States. Hebe
longs no more to Illinois than to Kansas.
1 where 73,0W soldiers would receive the
I news or his nomination with shouts or
trladuess. The speaker was commissioned
bv the tate of ICansa to make thi- noinin-
ation. Applause 1 .
Judse Ilouck. of Tciinc;ee, in seconding
.i. ...ntimi vjld. that while the convention
w ."- .V" -i. .;-.. -i.-l It
CllO-etl nira lor lis urn ciioivc, .
and the spcalcer paid a tnu-
come to a
common unuerstanuiug auu aKicviunu .
the second place on the ticket. AV ben the
... . .! i.a ..dn'u f a nnm.
WirCS SUOUUJ traisiuikin- uc' ". .. ......
.....n.nin.1 ciiieidr. vcstenlav nv lakiii" au 1 "" .. . . . ...i. .,1
ovcPdoVe of ergot, taken evidently to- ' IVCS w M up. ' ing among them as there would be every-
... .i. .,vt,i.i.nf herni sfomineand sin. "? t0.?.,:l.lc .. c" .Jil .... ni ..1 r, i?. n t'n nresidential nomination. His
"uj. "'. ""r .r.r ;..;...., 1," r.i. ,:i.r tub aiir-nie mu on i !.. v -.,r . tnmWit iii-t.!e.i. but
she being about four months with
A vounc man uauieu .'tison
un'onthe dyinj; statements
made bv tho
I delegation was somewhat
wbetber rrom r.urope or aij, "'"""'""U., obtainable and he was discharged,
against the spirit or American iustituilons, j X" containinc amenajognes
and wc pledge ourselves to sustain the -eci .lead cirl's trunk, but
i'resldentl)utcl.er.or .New York, called J when they came to name. -John A.
it "fair plav.rair play." claiming that ' they would be united Jl strong
motion had' been seconded. Great eon- ; Thurston, ot Nebraska, also secon
- k ..iniAn f wniPii alia; ieij
. t I K.kn ivnclldil
--.,.! ...:.,.. hint trlth tho snii pvpnt "-"" "" "i :. - . . r,
.MllUlU tuulltLHUn .. .. .-r .- .-
cirl, that he procured Iier tho poison, and "1
was held pending the coroner's inquest. J"
..-.,t ,u- rKstrieiinir cninesc lnimicr:
lion, aud to provide such further legisla
tion a is necessary to carry out Iu pur
pose. The reform or the civil sen-ice, so auspi
ciously begun under a republican adminis
tration, should be completed by the fur
ther exlcusion or the reformed pystem al
ready established by Ww to till the grades
their source could not bo traced ami no at
tainable means arc known by which the
contributors to this great sin can be pun
ished. 1 m
Loudon, June C Earl Granville i prc-
.,ms..itlnn. He wanted the republican
Mc " party to write upon its banners the iuvind
SJr. hie lezcnd "Maine and Logan. Ap-
V esident and gentlemen of the convention: pUuse ""j?-,"",.,
1 hope no friend of James G. Maine w. 11 . Lee. ""n"-"
After considerable discussion Jtr.
Klnley, of Ohio, arose ana saw
hnno nn frieml of James U. Ulaine win. i,ee,uiiiuj -. . - - -..
-'s .---- -- r- --.,-,, ,.... ..i . tho nnminitions Slltl tac comeiiiiuii
tciltl or "ood.ool anuThe r rus b& ehoenIs u candidate for P-Went a
r-nofical objection. W.f ?' "fc ST. SS
incVue'tlVnwas raUe. ThV gVnUemen J Sid beeimeTcommensuraU with thegreat-
!. fihio. June 0. A Maine club
ired on the street in front of the
Kcpublie building Immediately alter uic re-
reipt ol the news or tne nomination 01
Maine with nine hundred name on the
roll. ' The street wa packed with people
for one square off.
Dayton, Ohio, June ik Fire minutes
.rtprthe news or Maine's nomination
i-4.ti.i here the republicans were
...iii. ontiititHsiii. Cannons were fired
ner displayed, and every demonstration
i,; 1. .tune C One hundred gu
were fired In honor of Maine's nominatio
and the wildest entnu'iasm prevail
Lockport. N. Y., May 0.-lHalne' noml
n,ifon w. received nere by a saiute
... -...w .ml a. lanre imorociptu meetm
was"' held In opera hou-e square, with
speeches, music, fire work- and enthu-iasm,
Topeka, Jane ti. 1 he republicans are cu
thusiastic, groups of men are on the street,
marching and cheering. ISanner arc fly
lo? and the bandore playing. All rortner
preferences are forgotten, nd every repub-
lican is cheerlug ror the nominee. A grand
ratification meeting will be held to-morrow
Jjwrence, June S. Lawrence to-night '
ratifies the national republican nomination
with bon-urc. oanu 01 mane, it"
and cannon. The wildest enthusiasm pre
vails. Kmporia, June C Cannon, bon-fire,
bands, music and speech making character
ize the demonstration in thi city to-nlebt
over the announcement that Bulne had
lcn nominated. As another expressed it.
-Kani is oa fire ror the I'luroed knight.
Hnitn Jnne C At tour o clocK Ibis
Milling wheat.. .
Com, pure white .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yorlc Money Market.
New Youk, .lunefi, lssl.
Movr.Y-Kasy at 2.',3 ? cent jcloslni? otTrrs
'Vii'sS SlSnrAs,Tiu::PArrn-Sr. lr -.,,
Sth'.i.imi Kxciianc.k Hrra. Hankers
hills, &4.811;; demand, LH1J.
UovKitNMKST ItoNiis Weak.
17. S. 3-per-cents
U. . 4)i-lier-cetB
I'. S. l-jier-cents
Sr vte Skcciuties Quiet.
MiRonrl Pacific fi's bonds. ..
Hannlhal & fet Joseph bonds...
Central I'ocilic stocks
ChicaKO & Alton. . ........
Chicaifo, Iturllnirton A Qulncy,
Denver lUo Grande.
t ll.1 ft- at .T.aiitih
Hannibal A St. Joseph preferred (asked)
Xorthern l'acitlc .
New York Central.. .-
Kanai City Live Stock.
Knaj Citv, June , lsl.
Tlie Liee-StocL Indicator rejwirts:
CATTLi.-lterelpts. 1.3M; market steady for
roI. hut very dull and weak rSl
Native steers averairfnif 1,200 to l,M ns.
Mwa.auii averairinKisyj to 1,150 lbs, ...l
W iwjVt'ockVrsan.f feeders, ai.Wi5.70; cowSp
Ilnc.a lleeelnts. V.Wt marfcci s.trn.ij . '-
averaftinjc VM to 3211 lbs. wild at .--.. -,
hulk at l.!5.li-i.
Siiefp Kis-elpts, 22; market steady ; nativi.4
averairfngf; lbs wild at W.Co.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Ixns, June C, 1-j-l.
r'Lrti-u Market unchanged.
WiiuiT-Market blither hut very slow. No. 2
red. l"v, cash and June; MSfeWc July ; No.
3reI, Mc hid.
Corv Market dull but higher: r-"'?'c
cash ; 5."iis5:'.o Jnne; W.fiXc July; M.'.s,e
Oats -Market higher; W.Vc cash; SliSSI.'.'c
.Inly; 20,.'2J.c year.
i.r,.r.. vinnr. a barrels: wheat, 10,-
M)bu'heis ; corn, 7f5,''l bushels; oats, t","
bushxls; rye, none-, oariey, none.
Siurxvrs Flour, T.oifl barrels; wheat,
9Uil LllsheU; corn, ;, bushels; oats,
: ''! rre. none; bsrley, none.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CillCAil, Junt-C, lis!-
FW)CU Quiet. . .
Win AT-Market unusnlly iuiet ; oi"-nI a
hale lower; ro l'.le, fnMl!' "?;,
t.in '.r. over Testerdar Cash, it)--.c
. i- .,- uin ulr. In Die tiire. (,'utloll
All mese ry.. ..-" -- -; Sow :, ymir ,.
h4 ndvmietsl, but It makes no differ-
We can "colfar" any l'ly
that ero.se ur thre.hold. It will l"7 ) t.. sr. our stock of
Plain, Pointed, Lace, Slashed and .Cut!
At Clearing Vrict.
Monday, June 10th I
And irill continue until irv nMve
our good vhtch will take, al the. Uat,
latlon j Jnne .74MSSS.C, closing at m'.c: July. 0a.Ve,
; Wild ' do-int- at '.i.c; Angu.t, 'jroteKl.SC clMlPir
ration - . . . . .
First Come. Kirs Served.
I . if.v .Iaw rl firm rlMkififr XI -C
V LOR.,i'-rlir raa" "" -r, -
over venterday Cah, 54(K.Ve. elwdn at
n'?-5r r uvra55'.c.ef.inrat 55Se; J air.
n- , 56'ift567,e, elosln at KeCf.li ', Apxot. 5? .
ml- , OATs-Market juiet firm and bigbeTj eaidi,
;- SJiWWc eioHig at .Tt". ; An?ot, &.,
IUo:irr Floor, T.ttw harreU j wheat, -I.-Cunmubelii;
cora. 27.H boheI; oU, J6,o
husteUs rye, 5,0 bnnhelii; bartey, 5
MnrxtvT Hour, S,rt brrU nbeat,
12 jro banneU ; con, 4)r bnbei : oat.
, K.,7) babU; rye, 2,vn bnlwl; barleTt
Chicago Lie Stock.
CaiCAo, Jcne C, int.
TXt Dmrr"t Snnul rtwiU:
Hoft- ixefpta, S,; fclpaient, l.a;
21 Main Street.
The Original One-Price Cash House!
market tot dalt
. syi&SH t
f0; tiipmeBU, 4;
Twsv-ni laStSSc lower ;
grsAl ti eit4erlplBir,
ooaunon :o mm?ja, . ,t..ij , i
craMfed TesaaJ, t ZZ.m
Saixr-rtipu, l.iA; Wpsjent.. 1:
market losr aad ttenly t IsfeTioT to Mr, rJo ,
rarineTnCtoAv7.bC rep rKeuUn? tbi different intefU here W of tl.e nation. ,2 : ;u7tM from j Tl mediam 'A. . .75; 0 to JUTtZ
g?a&si rSSi,hte ; s& tf.becas Ts$rs$s i S?ra jsg, sairf-r. . a-u to accommodate . -. , -. -
ry We are fc1 a aW ww Jt u,,t
,, ikt will ut tiifc rtt la ftr 'loot
b.r w jtmafeaVat
t osrm et-
thc jurisdiction of tho United State.
upon the subject (Cries