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2 THE P EVENING TBIES WA8SEsT W WATGTON SlJ1 rTGN TBUESDAY JTJNiE NE 21 1900 19 00
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MJKINLFAr KI LEY AND Ai ROOSEVELT nOOSEVELTContinued ROOSEVELTContinued
Continued from first page P1ge8aje
made ade an excellent imnresslon which whicho wbichourn whichoultl
oultl o h1 have been be even better If he had hadmade hadmade
made his zpeech shorter Mr Knight Knightconcluded
concluded his hj speech Epeechat at 122 oclock and andwas andrnS
was rnS followed by Governor Mount of 3n 3nIaDSand In Indl
dl IaDSand a1d although the delegates delosatesweroalllin delosatesweroalllincalling delogateswero were again againcalling agatucalting
calling for a vote Governor Mount would wouldnot TouldDO oUId
not DO be shut shutoff shutoffnoli oft oftItnll
foil Call of Stolen StolenAt Statet
At t 1240 Chairman Ch rman Lodge ordered on1er d a call callof C1Ilot cailof
of IheTdltof lbeT Uot States for balloting for Presi President Preslclent ¬
dent dentlie clentl
lie l Ho e aslcefl 1 that order be preserved presert preserdbecaUSc preserdbecaUScthe d because becausethe ec1USe ec1USethe
the business was solemn and andlmportant andlmportantAlab important importantAlabama importantAIabania
Alabama Alab a has hns22 22 2 votes said the clerk clerkAlabama clerkAtatJ1ma clerkAlahama
Alabama AtatJ1ma casts 22 votes for VUlJam hl1am iio iioklnley 1C c ckidle
klnley kidle replied Chairman Barker of f tho thodelegutlon thedelegation
delegation Arkansas has haslG 1G votes otes the tneclerk tlleclerk
clerk went en All Al for McKinley cKlnley re responded r rspondedJudge ¬
sponded spondedJudge Judge McClure the chairman So SoIt Soit
It Went went on Gown the line of States S te3 without withouta
a moment s delay de1aybeyon beyond the apylauso ap laueo that thatgreeted thatgr
gr greeted too the naming of prominent States StatesThere StatesThore
There was as a great outburst of cheering cheeringwhen cheeringwhen cheeringwhen
when Chairman Odell Odd arose and cast the the72votes the72TOtCS
72votes 72TOtCS of New Ne York Yorltfor for McKinley McKinleyPennsylvania McKLnIe cKlnley cKlnleyPennsylvania
Pennsylvania broke the monotony of tho thoroll thoroll
roll call The 61 delegates got got up on their theirchairs theirc1
chairs c1 t1rs and cheered for tho President as asSenator nsS asSenator
Senator S nter Quay announced announce the vote for Mc McKinley Mcronley ¬
Kinley KinleyEight ronley ronleyIght KhfleyEight
Eight Ight rotes and nnd40OOO 40000 majority for forMcKinley forMcKinley forMcKInley
McKinley was the theresponse response of VermontThe Vermont VermontThe
The roll call was concluded at 1250 Ha Hawaii Haw Bawall ¬
wall w li casting the last two votes for or Mc McKlnloy McKialoy c cKInloy
Klnloy KlnloyfEhe
KInloymhc
fEhe Nomination Unanimous UnanlnlonlA Unanimousminute UiinnlmouA
A minute later Chairman Lodge an announced ann ¬
n nounced cnced Thore have been cast 926 926vdtce I Ivtoo 2G
vdtce vtoo all for orW1JlIam William McKinley and I an announce ann annunce ¬
nounce n uncehls his unanimous unanlmousnonlln nomination 1on for pres president presIdent ¬
ident identThe IdentThe
The band struck up the Battle Cry of ofFreedom otFrepdoI1
Freedom FrepdoI1 the delegates joined in the the chorus cho chorqs ¬
rus rqs and there was as an outburst of applause applauseThen npplauseThen
Then an immense Imitation elephant elephantwalked elephantwalked
walked majestically down the centre aisle aislecausing aislecnU6ing aIsleS aIsleScausing
causing much amusement amusementOrder amuscmontOrder
Order was soon restored because bacausoevory bacausoevoryone b cause ovory ovoryone
one was eager cagorfor for the nomination of ofRoosevelt otRoosovelt ofRoosevelt
Roosevelt to begin Chairman Lodge ap appealed ap app
pealed p ealoo lor quiet uiot He said it would be Impossible im impossible ¬
possible to go on without order In the thegalleries thegallorles
galleries He called cnll d the attention of the thedelegates thedelegates
thtL
delegates to the fact that there was DS much muchwork muchwork L
work for the Convention to do after the thenominations thenominations thEnominations
nominations were completed completedAt completeAt
At 1253 12 he ordered the clerk to call the theroll theroU
roll of States for Vice President PresidentAlabama PresidentAlabama
Alabama called tho clerk Alabama Alabamayields Alabamayields
yields to Iowa replied Chairman Barker Barkerof Barkerot
of this delegation delegationThe delegationThe delegationThe
The chair recognizes Lafayette Young Youngof Youngot
of Iowa said Senator Lodge Lodgeair Lodgeltlr
air Younsr Names alue Hooscvclt HooscvcltMr ItoOOCTeltMr ItoosercitMr
Mr Young nominated Theodore Roosevelt RooseTelt Roose ¬
volt Telt of New York for Vice President It Itwae Itwat 11
wee 187 oclock when Mr Young conclud concluded coneludedbls concluded ¬
ed edbls his speech and finally named Roosevelt RooseveltI
I nominate him for President Proold mt < said saidthe S4ldthe I
the speaker Vice President came from fromall Cronnllparls ro I
all nllparls parts of the bsuse bsuseVlee b us usIee
Vice Iee President I mean sald 0111 Mr MrYoung Ir IrYoung
Young YoungThe YoungTh
Th The New York delegates were the first firstto firatt llrz llrztojump L
to t tojump jump up again and bsgin beginthe the cheering cheeringThe cherotThe >
The two twoban4s bands in the hall struck up up1Therell upTherell ui p
1Therell Therell Be a Hot Time in the Old Town TownTonight TltYinTouISht To 1 1Tonight
Tonight and thoueande began to sing it itThe1 It ItTJle itTh
The1 Th delegations loa by those of the theWeetora theWeftorft tb S SWeesorn
Weetora States toek up their standards standardsand staaardand
and marched I1arch la line by the New ew York Yorkors Yorkors Yorkors
ors ors meet st of them taking advantage advantageot of tha thaopportunity thaOJIMrtunlty Ui a aoiportuntty
opportunity to shake hands with Governor GovernorRoosevelt GovernorRoceeell C CBoceevelt
Roosevelt who still occupied his seat wih wihthe wLhtke wi ii
the delegation The cheering from th the au audience audience ¬
dience however was net up to expects expectations CX expectsUens cta ctatie ¬
tions tie M The fact was that the audlcrcs audlcrcswe audlec8WH a av
we WH v hot and tired and the speech of o Mr MrYoung MrYOitngwas Mi MiToting
Young YOitngwas was a great disappointment It Itfailed Itfailed I t tfailed
failed to arouse any ertansitsm ertansitsmClieers ct oatuieiismhers nehsm nehsmfheerH
Clieers hers for Iltio IIoecJt IIoecJtBut IttocreltBut cvclf cvclfBut
But the delegates were very much in inearnoat inearnt i iearnest
earnest and they kept cheering eh rlag for Roose Roosevelt RontJeVelt itnoeevelt ¬
velt for nearly ten minutes bofre Chair Chairman Ch Chairman r rCllln ¬
man Lodgo made any attempt to restore restoreorder restoreorder e eorder
order Wh When it became quiet the chair chairrocegarzed chairIocegatzed chal r rrocegeized
rocegarzed Mr tr Murray of o Massachusetts Massachusettsto
to eeooad the nomination Make ake it short shortMurray short shortIurry L LMurray
Murray Iurry said Senator S nator Lodge as the thespeaker theJpeAker th 0 0speaker
speaker look the platform ilr Murra Murradid Murray MurraydW turrsydid
did so which the audience appreciated appreciatedand AiJpreclatedand r rand
and bJG spoeech o eeech set the enthusiasm enthusiasmablaze enthusiasmablaze n nablaze
ablaze ablazeAre ablazeArc ablazeAre
Are there any other nominations nominationsasked DomlnaUonsasked nomiastionsasked
asked Chairman Lodge at 120 oclock oclockNo oclock1o clock
No no roared the thedelegatos delegates but the thecfeair theCHII Ui a achair
chair recognized J M L t Ashton of Washing Washington Washington Washln Washlnton ¬
ton Altako Make It short Senator Hanna said saidto saidto sal d dto
to him as he faced the audience audienceWhen audle1ceWhon audiencelVhen
When Mr Ashton concluded conc1u ed there were weroloud wereloud war o oLe
loud calls for Depew He yielded yle led to the thedemand thedemand tI tIdemand Le
demand and went forward to the platform platformamid platformamid at atamid
amid a storm of cheering The Senator Senatorwaited Senatorwaited er erwaited
waited tor quiet i before > efore he h began to talk talkHe talkHo tallHo
Ho started startld out by saying b bn was not on ontho onthe o U Uihe
the programme and then announced that thatthe thatNew thr Lt LtNew
the = New York delegation came here herein hereinfavor in infavor i a afavor
favor of Roosevelt for Vica President He Hesaid Heald H 0 0sald
said ald some nice things about Woodruff and andthe andthe an xl xlthe
the convention applauded the Brooklyn Brooklynman DrookIynman a aan
man an liberally liberallySenator lIber1l1ySenator libeiallySenator
Senator Depew put the Convention In Ingood Inhumor I a a5ood
good humor They cheered him to the theecho theecho th c cecho
echo and when he said Id tic t c Ice pitchers pitchersat pitchersat ra raat
at the Kansas City Conte Convearion J fln would bo bobroken bebroken 1 e ebroirea
broken by the clashing of the trust Ico IcoInside IcoInside Ii o oInside
Inside the delegates got up m n their chairs chairsanfl chairsand chat ra raand
and gave three cheers cheersDepew cheersDepew cheersllepew
Depew concluded his speech at 150 150CVV 150SW 11 io
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oclock oc lock and then there ther was a loud de demand de demand tiend ¬
mand rou rouha nd for a roll call The Convention had hadhad hadhad ba bad
had ha d enough of speechmaking It required requiredseveral requiredseveral requiredveral
se seor several veral appeals from frcmthe the chair to restore restoreorder restoreord
order orderOn ord or der r rOn
On tho roll call of States Roqsavelt Ro Ro3anvelt sne1t re received recelved ¬
ceived cal ved 923 O2 votes for Vice President all ex excepting exceptlng ¬
cepting ce pting his own ownb b ballot llot llotand and was declared declaredthe declaredtho
the th e nominee of the Convention ConventionGeneral ConventionGeneral
General Grosvenor offered tIered the customaryresolution customary customaryresolution
resolution re repa solution directing the secretary to pre prepare prepare ¬
pare pa re and publish the official proceedings proccedingaof
of the Convention under tho direction of ofthe ottho
the th e National Committee CommitteeSenator CommitteeSenator
Senator Carter ea r moved that the National NationalCommittee NationalCommittee
Committee Co mmittee be empowered to fill Ill vacancies vacanciesin
in its membership membershipThe membershipThe
The Notification otll1cntlonConlUiIHeelC Committees ComuilitecitRepresentative
Representative Dick offered the custornar customa
ry 1 y resolution resolutlonnomlnatlng nominating Senators Lodge i iand
and sa d Wolcott as chairmen of the notifiestlon noUflCj1tlon notifies
tlon LI on committees for President lnsident and Vive I IPresident
President Pr esident respectively and fixing July 12 j jIBS
IBS as the gate iato te of notlneatlon notlneatlonj noUfieatlon noUfieatlonThe
j The usual resolutions I solutlons of thanks thmksto to the Cheofficers theofllcers
officers o were then put putrotho to the Convention Conventionby
by b y Senator Foraker and adopted adoptedJoseph adoptedJo3Cph
Joseph H Manley anleyofIeTed offered offeredtbo the resolutions resolutionsthanking TeSoluUonsthankIng
thanking th anking 3In 3Iayor Ashbddgo and all the thecltisens theclU
cltisens clU ci tizens ens of 0 Philadelphia for the manner in inwhich Inwhch1leyhad
which whch1leyhad w bich they had entertained the Conven Convention Conventlon ¬
tion Li on This was adopted unanimously unanimouslyAt
At 2il5 2 f15 15 oclock the heCm Convention yentlonadjourned yentlonadjournedsine adjourned adjournedsine
sine si ne die dieBOEB dieJ30ER
BOEB ARMY DISLODGED DISLODGEDEnsrllNli DIELODGEDEn
EnsrllNli En C uerlisli JlCll Drive the theUn1Jherli llnrKltcrii Uncle UncleAfter Dnclfter
After fter Jlnr hard ilKhtlnpr ilKhtlnprPRETORIA I htln htlnPRETORIA
PRETORIA June 18 via Kroonstad June JuneoIIiO
20 oIIiO 350 p pmon m mOn On Tuesday last there therewas thereW1S
was w as very hard fighting on both flanks ot oftho ottho
tho th e Boer position p ltlon and their centre Was al almost nlmost ¬
most m ost ImpregnableGeneml Impregnable ImpregnableGeneral
General French Fr neh went to the left and en entered entered ¬
tered te red a section of tho country that was un unsuitable unsulbble noitable ¬
suitable su itable for rorcnalry cavalry manouvres His force forcewas ro rowas
was w as surrounded and sustained a heavy heavycross h t tcos
cross cr oss fire They made a splendid fight fighthowever fighthowcer
however h owever and the Boers retreated rctre ted just as astho astho
tho th e artillery ammunition was exhausted exhaustedHamiltons oxbaustedHamlltens
Hamiltons Division advanced on the theright theright
right ri ght and General Broadwoods Brigade be became be became ¬
came ca mo involved rather seriously While ad advancing 311vanclng ¬
cae
vancing e between high kopjes against the tasBoers UlaDoers
Boers D Db oers in their front they were surprised surprisedby surprisedby
by b y a close cross fire from snipers in a amealic ame
mealic me m ealie dle field and on surrounding kopjes The Thenumber Thenumber
number n ot Boers Increased rapidly and andtheir lndt
their t heIr eir rifle fire caused much damage among amongthe amongthe
the t he artillery horsesThe horses horsesThe
The fleece ra advanced over ovora a rlso In the theground t1ound
ground g round und for COO or 690 yards but were werechecked werechecked
checked c by artillery fire Then the Twe1th TwelfthLancers Twe1thLaccere
Lancers L ancers on the thorfght right made a frontal frontalcharge frontalcbarge
charge c while the Household Cavalry went wontto
10 t o the right and cleared the manila field fieldIt
It was in this fight ght that the Earl ot Air Airlie AirlIe
lie li e was killed Af Afround fler It was over he was wasfound
round f with a bullet through his huart huartCol h rt rtCol
Col Eserton Green was wounded In n the thethigh thethigh thehigh
thigh t ani an taken prisoner He Hehas has been beenhoard btenho1rd L Leard
hoard h eard frozr from since as doing well wellThere weJlThere
There wero few casualties among the theBritish theBrlU5h
British B ritish considering the abort range ru1geat ru1geatwhich at atwhich ai
which w hich the fighting took place No o Trans Transvaslers Tnmsvulers
vaslers v took part in the engagements The Theentire Theentire Th
entire e ntire force rorcethat that opposed the British wrs wrsmade 8 8mado I
made r up of Hollanders who have settled settledIn set100In L
In i n the Transvaal colonial rebels and for forelgn foreign
elgn o lga mercenaries During the engagement engagementtwo
two t wo of the British guns were firing front frontward frontward ¬
ward and two others rearward rearwardGenerr
Generr BadenPowell slept e3t la last t night nightfSundaj nightCSucd
fSundaj CSucd undai In General IluUans camp He Hearrived HearrIved 1
arrived a < ere today with an n escort Colonel ColonelPlumer ColonelPluDler I
Plumer remains at Rustenburg RustenburgHallway RUtltenburgral1way BuatenburgHallway
Hallway communication has been restor restored reatorell ¬
ed j and a proclamation n just leeued warns warnsthe warnstheBIJ 5
the theBIJ t he Boers rs that if the railway sr telegraph telegraphis I
is i s cut again the farm nearest to the scene scenewill i
will 111 be burned General De Wets farm farmat farmat 1
at Rhercater has already been burned burnedThe burnedrbe
The wives of President Kruger KusorCcm KusorCcmmandant Com Commandant ¬
CornS
mandant General Botha and Gen Lucas LucasMyar Lucaslyer S
Myar lyer remain at Pretoria under the protec protection protection ¬
tion of the British Drltl h Has HasTHE asTHE
THE WOUNDED mOH TAKTJ TAKTJOne TAX TAXOnc
One Hundred OUlccru nnd Men Con Conveyed COIITeed Conrayed ¬
Teed to SaiD SnloVIENNA SaiDVIE
VIENNA VIE A June 21 21omclal Official advlcos re received 0 0colve4 ¬
ceived from Tokyo say that one hundredofficers hundred hundredofficers I
officers and men who were wounded ct ctTaku a t tTaku
Taku were conveyed to the Japanese ma marine marine ¬
rine depot at Salo SaloWhen SnloWhen Sub SubWhen
When they reached there they wee werotaken weetakcn wer a
aS
taken care caeof of by the surgeons and nurses nursesof nUrfesot S
of o the Red Cross Society SocietyPOWEBS SocIetyPONEBS SocietyPOWERS
POWERS EXCHANGE NOTES NOTESSettle NOTESAlleed NOTESAlleged
Alleged prol Proposition > o ltlon to Settle the theCOLOGNE theTroubJe tb C
Trouble In Chlnu ChlnuCOLOGXE CixinuCOLOGNE
COLOGNE Juno 2L 2LThe The ilagdeburs ilagdebursGazette 3lagdthrnGazette lagdebulbGazette
Gazette claims to have good authority for forstating forstating to 1 1stating
stating tat t t there has been b n an ancxchuge exchange of ofnotes ofnotes C f fnotes
notes recently r cenU1 between the powers on the thesubjct thesubjct Ui 0 0sublet
subjct of t liiia liiiaTho hhaTbe tiiaThe
The if i i ir ittll I to depose the Dowager Em Empress Empress Binpress ¬
press aLe r Iplco plcro the young Emperor on onthe onth o n nthb
the th thrijhj th thrs in with wllh a council h uncil under European Europeancontrol e1n e1ncontro1 > a
aet
control No o power Is to make any attempt attemptat attain attainat et
at territorial l aggrandizement aggrandizementUTAH agrnndlzementUTAH nggrandlzementUTAI
UTAH DELEGATION DEADLOCK DEADLOCKHopple DEADLOCKlIolrcf DEDLOCKllopelexve
Hopple lIolrcf Strife Over Choosing a Aa Aallonnl s sI h hIlonal
llonnl I nnl CoxmultteeninnPHILADELPHIA Oont1ulttcDJnnPHILADELPHIA Coxmultteeninn
PHILADELPHIA June 21 21The The Loulsl Loulslariadolcjntlon Loulsfiu Loutaiiadelbiktion I
ariadolcjntlon iu adclc Uon caucused at the Colonade ColonadeHotel ColonadeHrtcl e eis
Hotel this morning and named Lewis LewisClark LewisClark Lew LewClark is
Clark as National Committeeman CommltteemanThe CommltteemnnThe
The Utah delegation composed of six sixmcmnerr 6lxmembett13 al a amembers
mcmnerr membett13 members Is In i an annpparently apparently hopelcrs hopelcrsdeadlock bopclersdeadlock 5 5deadlock
deadlock over the selection of a national nnUonalcommltloenmn nation t1 t1committeeman t j jcommlttceman
committeeman The candidates are O J JSalisbury JSaltsbury I ISaltsbury
Saltsbury and W S S McCormick both of ofUtah ofUtah f fUtah t
Utah
Drltlab Casualties on i iLONDON June 11 11LONDON 1 1LONDON
LONDON June 2L 2LThe The War Office Officehas Officehas Ofili a abaa
has issued a long list cf casualties in inSouth InSouth inSouth 1
South Africa on June U 1L This list shows showsthat showsthat shoe Ii Iithat 5
that eight elghtaa xigrsrs Emd and six men were killed killedand 1 ItilIe lJ1ed lJ1edand id idand I
and 134 wounded on that date There Therehave Therehavebeen have havebeen hat r rbeen
been sixtyfour deaths from from disease and andtwo andtwo es 1 1two j
two from wounds woundsGcncrnLKnllerA woundsGcncrnlIhdlerII
GcncrnLKnllerA Advance AdvnnccVOLKSRUST AdvanceVOLKSRUST dnncc dnnccVOLKSRUST
VOLKSRUST June 50 20General General Buller Bullerhas Bunerhas Bull or orhas r
has established his headquarters north of ofSand otSand ofSand f
Sand SpruitFrench SprulLFrench Spruit SpruiLFrench
French Troop for China ChinaPARIS CblnaPARIS ChinaJune
PARIS June 21 StA lA A despatch to the Fi Figaro FIgaro F 1 1garo
garo from Marseilles says tho French FrenchGovernment FrenchGovernment Fren iii iiiGovernment 1
Government baa approached the navigation navigationcompanies navigationcompanies an ancompanies
companies with a view Iew to chartering cl1arterlngsteam2ps charterii charteringsteamships ag agsteemshps j
steamships for the conveyance canve ance of LOCO 1000troops LOCOtroops 10 00 00troops j
troops to China
ChinaPimples =
Pimples PimplesAre
Are Arotho tho Danger Signals That GIvo GIvoWarning GlvoWarning GI to toWarnlngof j
Warning Warnlngof of Impure Blood BloodThey BloodThey BloodThey
They show that the vital flnldla ftuid b in Th badcondltltn b bad badcondition ad adcondition I
condition condltltn and that health is in danger ot otwreck o owreck ofwreck t
wreck A Avast A vast majority of the ti mos JI10t zo seri serious sei erl erlous 1 1Otis ¬
ous diseasea like scrofula su tuu salt rheum rheumsores rbeumsores rheu In Insores i
sores sores bolls and all eruptions exist be because be beeauS li e ecause ¬
cause ot imparities In the Wood b1ooa Hoods ifoo Is s
Sarsaparllla makes the blood pure cures curespimples cureJptaQlea cue es espImples 3
pimples and all eruptions and gives a lair lairand lairlI1dhealthy th r
and lI1dhealthy healthy complexion complexionfloodsSarsaparila complexIonHoods 1 1floods
floods floodsSarsaparila floodsSarsaparilaIs Sarsaparifa SarsaparifaIs
Is the Best Medicine Money Can Bay
N NAMING MI G THE CANDIDATES CANDIDATESContinued L DIllA lES lESQmtinued
Continued from first pare pareneed e eneed
need ne ed fear their capacity c1paly to undo our work work workI
I am not exaggerating eaggeratng This Is literally lterly
tho th o argument Agument that Is now addressed addree to the
Gold Go ld Democrats Democrt as a reason rcenwhy why they need needno needno
no longer stand stan by the Republican Republcn party prty
To Toto all al such sch who may maYbe be inclined Inclno to listen Isten Istento listenthese
to these thes specious speious arguments lrmet I would ad address addross ¬
dress dr oss an emphatic emphatc word of warning Re B
member m ember that that admirable admlble though our legls leglslation legi
lation lat bon has been during the past pt three thre y Y1S Y1SI years urs
I Iton it i has been be rendered Tder possible posible and effective etectv etectvonly
only on ly because bee u there tre thcrewasa was waa a gcoJ g1 Administra Admlnlsl
I tlon lio lon n to back it It Wise laws lawS are Invaluable Invaluablebut InluableI
I but bu t aler after all al they the are not as a necessary neery neeryI
I as a wise and an honest administration ainsttion of the t thews
Jaws ja ws The Te beat law ever made if I admin administered admlnIsered ¬
istered Isered is tared by those tos who are hostile hosLe to It It and andvho
w vho ho mcn mean to break brek It dow down cannot b3 b3whol
wholly whol wh olly effective effeUe and admY may be wlhoy met ineffective Inetfectve ¬
fective fectve fe ctive Wo 0 have he at last put our financial finacll
lefin legislation le le islaUon on a sound basis bis but no n possiblefinancial poible poiblenn possible
financial nn anrial C 3 legislation le 11atla can cn save svo us U from fear fearful fer ferIul
ful Iu l and anI disastrous lstUs panic pnic if we trust ts our ourfinances ou ourances
I 1ancf hln finances ances to the theIement management of any man manwho ma
who w ho would wld be b acceptable Ieptle to the leaders leadersand lede leadersd
au ausp and d guides gide of ortha the Democracy Ilnoy In Int its present presentspirit prent
r spirit spirt sp irit No 0 Secretary ecetar of the te Treasury rury who whowould whoould
would w ould be be beaceeptabieto acceptable acpbbhno to cr r who could couldwtth with without ¬
out ou t loss of selfrespect selnspet serve sare under unde the thePopulistic theJpulisUc
Populistic JpulisUc Tu pullstic Democracy Deoccy could Culd avoid plung pluns plungg ¬
ing in inU g this country back into Jo financial fnancil chaos chaosUntil chaosntil aos aosUnU
Until UnU U ntil our opponents opponent have eplelUy explicitly and andabsolutely md2b0lutely andsolutely
absolutely ab solutely repudiated the
repudiate principles prnciple which whichin whichin
in 96 they theyprfeed theyprefessed prcfessed and the leaders leders who whoemboy whobody
embody emboy em body these thet principles principle their teir success successmeans suece successoans
means mtans m mha oans the te undoing undoin of the t country count Nor Norhave Norbye Norve
have bye ha ve they thy any ay longer even the excuse of ofbeing orbeing
bera being be ing honest honet In their folly foly They have haveraved hnverved
raved rved ra ved they have vo foamed at the mouth In Jndenunciation Indenundaio
denunciation denundaio de deo nunciation of trusts trsts and now in my myown myown mywn
own o wn State Stte their foremost foropatTlcer party leaders leadersIncluding leaderscludlog
Including Includln In cludlog tho man before beforj whom who the Othei Otheibow otheJ6 otheJ6bw
bow bw bo w with bared bred head hed and trembling tremblng knee kneehave ke
have ha ve been ben discovered disvered in a trust trt which re really r ¬
ally aly al ly Is of Infamous Infous and perhaps perhap of crimin criminal criin criinal ¬
al alti character charcter a trust trst in which whic those apes apostics apo
tics tes ti es of Democracy emocracy these thee 1r pr prophets het iets of the thenew thenew theew
new n ew dispensation dlselaUon have hRve sought sg t to t wring wringfortunes wrns I
fortunes fo rtunes from trm the dire need of their poorer poorerbrethren poorerbrethren poorerethren
brethren brethrenI br ethren
I rise to second secnd the nomination of Wll Wll11am 1 1Uam
11am h hth am McKinley because b cus with wlthbi him as leader leaderthis leder lederthis leaderis
this th is country has hs trod trQ the path of national nationalgreatness D Uonal Uonalgreatnes
greatness greatnes gr eatness and prosperity with the strides stridesof stridesot stridesf
of o f a giant gant andproserltjth and because becuse under him Im we xn xnand n nand
and a nd will wi once more and finally fna1ly overthrow overthrowthose overthrowthose
those th ose whose success would uld mean meln for the thenation thenalon
nation nalon n ng ation material ateral disaster dlsate ana moral morl die disgrace dlsgrace dierace
grace g race exactly EcUya as we have nave remedied Tcmedle tho thoevils thocls
evils cls e vils which in the thepast past we undertook undortok to toremedy toremedy
remedy r so s now when we say 8 y that a wrong wrongshull wrongshull wronghrill
shull s hrill be righted righte it most assuredly asuredly will wi be berighted berighted
righted rightedWe rightedWe ri ghted
We have nearly succeeded succeede In bringing bringingpeace brnging brngingi
i peace pece p ence and order to the Philippines Phlpplne We Wehave WeI
have h ave sent set thither thiter thither and to the te other islands islandstoward Islandsoward
I oward t whose inhabitants Inhabitnt fro vo o now stand standas std stdtrustees
as u s trustees In the cause of ofgood good go govern government government ¬
mw ment m ont men like Jke Wood Wo Taft Tat and Allen Allenwhoso Alen Alenwhose
whoso w hose very ery names are synonyms syony of integ integrity IntegIly
rity Ily ri ty and guarantees gnrtees of efficiency Appoin Appln Appln1eos
tees te es like llo these tese with subordinates subrinate cbo cbosen co cosen
sen Eo n on grounds of merit and fitness fitnessalone fitnssnlone
alone al one are evidence of the spirit and mrth mrthods
ods os ed s In and by b which this nation must ap approach lP lProach
proach p ptr roach its new and serious duties Con Contrast on ontrast
trast tr act this with what would be the fate of ofthe otthe
the t he islands Islad under the spoils system so acrazenly
brazenly b advocated adocted by our opponents oppnent in intheir Intheir iiiheir
their t last national platform platformA platformGunrant
A Guaranty Gunrant > AKtiinnt Inlnt DI Blender DhnteThe n tcr tcrThe
The war still ll goes goe on because beuse the thellies he heallies C
allies 31 a llies Ie In this thi country of the te bloody bly iasjr iasjrrectionary hHurrectonary ins ar aroctionary
rectionary rectonary r oligarchy oUgachy havo taught tught their theirfoolish ther thertooU thou
foolish tooU f h dopea d e abroad to believe beleve thai tJ if ifthe l ii r
the th e rebellion rebelon is I kept alive alve until UIt next No November o ovem ¬
ember vem i b r Democratic Democratc success seCe at the polls pollshere pl I I
here h ere will wl be followed folowe by tho abandonment abandonmentof abnnnt
of o f the islands leandstt Islandsthat that means Dns their tel Abandon Abandonment ADd abandoneat ¬ I I
ment m mw eat to savages sY3ges who would yold scramble Mrmble for forwhat forhat foihat
what w hat we desert deser until unU some powerful Jwfrful civil civilized c11l c11lIzed ¬
ized i zed nation naton sterped stfe in to do what lat we weould
would wuld w ould have shown shw ourselves ourle unfit unlt unhl to iu per perform pcxerm t ¬ II IIwuld
form t erm Our success in November
ucc ovebr meets meenepenco rDS rDSpce C Cce
penco pce p ce in the islands The T success IUCc of o or out r rwilt r rolItical
pltc p wilt olItical leal opponents oppnent means men an indfnit indefinite indefiniteprolongation S I
prolongation prolongton p of misery ml3ry and bloodshed bioodbe We Weof We P
of o f this th Convection Cnontoa new reaomlnate re8olnate bloe the tboman to tomn 1
man mn whose ht name nam Is a guaranty garantY igainst igainstsuch egatnsuch II t
such s uch disaster dls3ter When we place William UUtI Mc McEvinley Mcinley c cKinley I
pac
Evinley K inley as our candidate cndidte before bfore the th peopl peoplwe
we w e place plac the Republican RepbUcn party paty on 0 record recordas I8rd I8rdas recore pPIPI 1
as a s standing for the performance vertormanc which whichsquares whielijuares a
squares square s with wih the promwe promi as 3 standing BtfalDg for forthe o r I
t the he
redemption redempton in administration and leg ¬
llatlon i if islation of the pledges plege made mae in the plat platform p1storm ¬
f form orm and on the stump aa a standing Jdlng pt ptform for forthe to r I Ithe
the t he upbuilding upbuldln of the national honor hnr anj anjinterest an anInteret annterest ri i
Interet i interest abroad abrd and the continuance conlnnancf at a < t Iome
h home ome of the te prosperity prperiy which It box bs al already b bready eeady ¬
rs ready r brought to the farm and the vcrk vcrkshop rcrkhop Jcrkshop
shop s hop
shopWe
We Yo stand td on the he lhe8h threshold ld of a a now nowcentury nwcentury ne V Ventury
century c a century big with wth the fate te of the thegreat tb tbgroat
great gret nations naUoo i of the earth It re TMts ts with withus wih wihus wit I
uy us u s now to decide whether In the opening openingyears opning opningears g gears
years y ears of that century we shall 8h1 march mrch for forward rorwd farward ¬
ward to fresh frh triumphs rlunh or o whether at the theoutset tbeoutet tb e eutset
outset outet o we shall shal deliberately delbrtly cripple cpple our ourselves ourselves ourelves ¬
selves s for the contest cootr Is America eie a a weak weakling we weekag ¬
ling h ag to shrink from the world wld work that thatmust thatust the t tmust
must ust be done by the world ord power Nof NofThe No NoThe oi oihe
pwer
The he young oung giant of the West Wet stands sud oa on oaontinent a acontinent aonUnent
continent c and clasps clasps the crest cret of an ocean oceanIn n nn I
i In n cither clher hand had Our nation nton glorious in inyouth Inyct I a ayouth
youth yct and strength steth looks look Into the future futurewith futurewith futur a awith
with fearless and eager eagr eyes and ad rejoices rejoicesas S Sas J
as a strong trg man to run rn a race re We Ye do donot donot d 0 0not i
not stand stnd in craven llven mood asking to be bespared bespared b 0 0pared i
spared s the task tsk cringing cgg as we gaze ge on onthe onte o U Uthe i
the te contest cntt No We e challenge chalenge the proud proudprivilege proudrlvUege prou ii iiprivilege
privilege of doing doi the te work that Provi Providence Pvl Pvlence I Idence ¬
dence ence allots alot us ua and we e face e the te coming comingyears comingrear cumin g gyears
years rear high h1 of heart and 2nd resolute reslute of o faith faiththat faiththat fail h hthat i
that to our people is given the right to towin toin 0 01n i
win in such honor and renown reno gen aa has never neveryet Deer Deeryet nave r ryet
yet kind been granted gate to o the peoples people of man mankind mn r rkind ¬
Senator enntor Thorntons Tlnlton Speech SpeechGentlemen Spetcb SpetcbGenteme SpeechGentlemen
Gentlemen Genteme of the Convention Conveton There Therearc Thex eo eoArc 0 0I
arc voices Volcesteday today more powerful powerulnnd and elo eloquent eloquet olequent I ¬
quent quet than tha those tose of o men me seconding secondng the thenomination t fit Lq Lqnomination
nomination of William WIliam McKinley Mcne They Theycome Theycome The y ycome
come from fom the forests forts and aD the farm ar the themountain lb he hemountad to tomountain
mountain mountad and the valley llcy the North tho thoSouth thoSouth fit La LaSouth i
South the East Et and the West West They Tey are arethe ao aothe ae 0 0the
the voices voies of iappy honest honest gladdened gladdenedhearts gladdeed gladdeedhearts gladdcnchearts I
hearts of bustling busUng lolngand toiling and striving strivingearnest strimg strimgearnest etrivIu etrivIuearnest
earnest prosperous prsperousm110ns millions of o reestab reestabllshed restb restbUshed C Clished
llshed business busines reemployed reemployed labor Jbr re reopened r r ropened ¬
opened opned factories factores renewed national onch1 credit creditand cied it itand t
and faith faithIn faithIn faithIa
In all nl the whole hoc broad 1n land every ev fur furuaco 1ur1ace r rnace
uaco 1ace fire lrettroar ro that roars every eer spindle spndle that tat tatsngs flit at atsings
sings sngs every eve whistle whisle that tat blows blow every everymountain evex ver 7 7mountain
mountain torrent torent set E to toil wl every anvil avi any anythat j
i that rings ngs everr evr locomotive locotve that tha screams screamsevery se a aevery
every steamship steamhip that tat plows in tan e main mainevery a aevery
I every mighty might wheel heel that turns tr are all alljoining a B Bjoining j
joining in the glad lad grand voice of
i gad gnd it pros prosperous pr 3 3PCi0t25
perous perou progressive progresive patriotic patlotc America Aeric sec seconding se se c conding ¬
onding the nomination nmln 1on of our ou great gct Pica Pei Peident I Ident
dent Winiam WIIam McKinley McKnley McKnleyAd McKinleyAnd
And Ad Tvho ho is William Wlla McKinley lcnley Born Bor Bat n nof j
I of common people struggling stglng up through throughthe tough throui h hthe j
I
the environments evironets o of bumble bmbe boypod brlpand and at ifl ifltoll j
I toll tou lie stands stan 8 today before the te world world the theforemost te teI ti se seforemost j
I foremost foremot representative Teretve of or1 all au thats most mostglorious mostgloous tao St Stglorious
glorious gloous and lnd grand gn In our uplifted upIted civil civilization cvi 1 1zatlon ¬
zation zatlonSTho
ztion
zationWho
ztionWo Who Wo is I WiUam William McKinley icKlneJ A crtlzen clzc1 clzc1soldie a asoldier
soldier soldie of oCtheRepublc the Republic the boy volunteer volunter volunterkighte 0 0knighted
knighted kighte by his countrys commission comiloaror comiloarordaring for fordaring f fdaring f
battle daring deeds dl d in the to forefront forefnt of dsv d dusparn = rste rstebattle re rebatte te tebattle 3
battleHis batte
His alma mater mate was s tho tented et1 field fieldhis feld feldhls del ti t
tia
his diploma of valor v lorbre bore the te same signa signature slba sign signturo a I ¬
turo as did the Emancipation Emancipaton Prcclama PT lam a ation
tlon ton When en Sheridan summoned swmnd by b the themighty themlgtyroar ti he hemighty e
mighty mlgtyroar roar of doubtful doubtul battle bUle redo rte madly mad ly
down from rom Winchester and drew nigh lgh to tothe tothe o
the shattered shatere and retreating retreatng COIUH1S colurms or ofhis orbls orhis j
his army the to first man mn ho met mett tc know knowwas kow kowws Ices IW IWwas j
ws was a young yog lieutenant leutenant engaged eugdl In the thedesperate thedesperte ti be bedesperate B
desperate desperte work ork of rallying rUying and ad reform reforming refor a aIng ¬
ing lg the Union lines lnes ready Teay for the coming comingof conibt a aof r
of the master mastr whose hose presence prence and ad genius geniusalone geni us usalone 3
alone none could culd wrest est victory Ictor from defeat defeatThat deet deetTt defeatThat
That Tt young lieutenant of the Shenan Seuan Seuandoah a adoah
doah has hI be been rallying ralying and fomring forlng the theUnion tbeUnion t he heUnion
Union lines from that day d1 to b o this Ke k ral rallied ralle vs i ilieti ¬
lied le and formed them theror for protection prtc ro of otAmerIca ofAmerican
American AmerIca labor libo he rallies n1cd and formed fored foredi form ed edthem a
i them the to t maintain maintn the credit crdi of our coun country cun cunI cou coutry
I try t and the te monetary moneta standard sfdrd of the dv ci ciillzed
I ilizcd 1Ied world world He rallied and lndforeithem lndforeithemthe formed them themIn the m min
In the great struggle strugle of humanity huiy and sent ac nt ntthe t tthe
the power 1Owc of the t e Republic Republc to the thelands thelandso Islands islan tin tinof
of o the sea sa that tt s suffering suterlng people pople might mght mghtbe mig ht htbe t
be lifted from the depths of
Utt tyranny ty and andoppression andoresion a nd ndoppression 1
oppression oresion He rallied rmed and formed forme them themthat tem the m mthat j
that our navies might astound atound the twoId twoIdnnd world worldand wet wetand i
and make mae our flag ag respected in all al the theearth theeth t he heearth 8
earth eth He rallied ral1e and ant i formed them em that thatlaw thattaw fit at atlaw t
law And nd order oer might migt pevt prevail and ad property Irpt propee ty f
and an d liberty liber affd njJre irfo be secure where the thebanner thebanner thenner
banner ba baei nner of the Republic Rpublc waves wves la Ilsover Ilsoverelgt saver savereignty sorergnty
eignty elgt ei gnty above our new possessions posessions in the theEast theEasL theast
East E Elo ast
EastHis astHis
EasLHi His Hi name Is on a million milon tongues tonge his hislove hisloe kiteve
1 love lo ve in every eer heaft hC hea his fame secure in all alltime il nilme
time tme ti me to 4ome comeanj < ometaad an his hI reelection releto by the tfeepeople thepeople taoople
f people pe ople whose wnfaro w lfaIa ram and honor he has hasEO hasEO hasjealously
EO jealously Jelously guarded guar end Id maintained malntne is isas
a as certain aa a the rising r lng of the morning morningsun morningsun
s sun su n
sunI I Ic1nnot cannot dr dare cot Iot stand longer be between betwen beeen ¬
t tween twen tw een this thl CdavOtioa C v6t0 and its It will wU You Youare Youare Youe
are ar e delegates delegate of the people peple You repiw repiwsxt Tep Tept repr reprt
sxt s t their wish wih as it I U I soon EOo to ba b unanl unanlmously unl unlmously unaniously
r mously m ously recorded rord Of O the outcome otcome cf c the thecontest thecontet thentest
c contest co ntest that tt is I to follow foHo1 we have no long longer longer longa ¬
er a lingering Jnrng doubt doubt for we trust the in intelligence InteJgence
t telligence teJgence te of tho American Aercn people peple and ad wt wtbelieve e
t believe belle be lieve in the justice Jutc of Almighty God GodOther G
Other Othercnndldates candidates of other parties partes will willseek l lsek
seek sek se ek the public publc confidence confdence and ad the popu popular ppu ppular
lar la r vote Hawks Hawk and buzzards buzzrds sometimes sometimessoar
soar 10 so ar alcft aler until unU they the cheat the human hUmn iris vision vlsIon
1 ion io n to believe beJeve them eagles eagle but the eagle eaglecalmly eaglecalmly
calmly ca lmly circles bfgh llh above abve them alL IL The Theone Te Teone Thee
one on e sole 1ole peerless peerles monarch monar of the snow snowcapped sow now ¬
capped ca pped peaks and the
cppe peak empyrean blue blueSo bue bueS
So S in the realm relm of the statesmans sts life lifeof Ufeor
of the te United Unied States tate William Wm William am McKinley McKinleyr lcKtley lcKtleyrnds
r rnds vt lands above bve all al others Qthersthe thera the worthy suc sucrQBsor sucsor sue
t rQBsor sor asor of Washington Vasblngt Lcoln Lincoln Grant Grnt and andGarfield andGnr
Garfield Gnr G arfield eld Our President Preident now our Frost Presidenttobe Prl Prldenttobe Frostenttobe ¬
denttobe d William Wilam McKinley cneyot of Ohio OhioJffR OhoM1KLE Ohio1R
JffR M1KLE 1R lilKlNLEr SMILED SMILEDAppertrcil BME BMEAppenrc SMILEDppeared
J Appertrcil A Pleased llenHed When en Informed lform d of otHln ofII ofISIs
ISIs II Ilcnonitnatloii IlcnonitnatloiiAt enonJlnaton enonJlnatonAt
At 1245 15 President Pesldentlcnlereceivd PesldentlcnlereceivdUe McKinley received receiveddie receIvede
die Ue th e press prss bulletin bul1eUnrromPllaolphl from Philadelphia an announcing onouneing I ¬
nouncing nounlng n that ho had been ben renomlnated renomlnatedby renominaed renominaedby
by b y acclamation acclamationHe alaation alaationIe
He Ie was w In the teCblnetr Cabinet room tt the te time timeWith te teth timeith
With W ith th him hmwero himceroSecretary wero Secretary mret Cortelyou Cort lro Cole Colonel Co Conel Coled ¬
nel n d Bingham Bngham and Colonel o10nel Montgomery Montgomerythe lcntger
the th t he chief cief of the White Wblt House Hou telegraph telegraphStaff telegph telegpha
Staff gl a aff They Te extended etCde to him their eon congratulations eonJulaos eonratulations ¬
gratulations Julaos g ratulations which whc he acknowledged acknowledgedsmilingly aowledged acknowledgedmilingly
smilingly smilinglyThen ImUngly ImUnglyThen s milinglyThen
Then taking the bulletin blletin in hand badhe badheef he heleft heft
left le ef ft the Cabinet room rm to show shoW the mes message messge enecage
sage sge c age to Mrs rs McKinley c lnley The two spent spentsome spet spetsome spentome
some s ome time tme together togetherThe togetherTe togetherThe
The Te President Presie had previously 1relously kept kat In Inclose I Inlose
close c lose touch with the thestuaUo situation by means meansof t
of o f the special spalbuJetlns bulletins furnished to him himand himad
and ad a nd It i was wa of course Cune In no n way unex unexpected unexpoted amenooted
pected poted p ooted when the message m ag6 was wa received receivedwhich receivedwhich
which w hich announced announce his h renomlnation renomlnationImmediately ronomlnaon ronomlnaonImedlatly
Immediately Imedlatly afterward aterr the flood od of orcongatulac
congatulac c ongratulatory meges messages started In and andthe andhe
the t he President began besn receiving callers cner As Assistant A Asstant ¬
sistant sitant si stant Secretary Secret of the Navy a Hackett Hckett was wasthe wasthe
the t he first frst of them to be received Tecelve He spent spentbut spentbut
but h ut a moment with wIt Mr 311 McKinley clley Seers Secretary Seee Seeetar ¬
tary tar t ory Hitchcock Hichcck was the next net to t appear appearSecretary apar aparcret1 appearecretary
Secretary S ecretary cret1 Root Rot and ad Genar General Cobin Corbi follow followed followe ¬
ed e c < d Senator Senatr Platt lI tt of Connecticut Cnnecicut was S the thefirst thefrt
> 1 first frt fi rst of the Congressional Congesional delegation delegton From Fromthat Frm Frmthat
that t hat time on as a the news of the nomlna nomlnatlon nomin
tlon ton t ion spread sred the White Whie House Hous was w well wellfilled ol I
filled filed fi lled with frends friends who wished wihe to offer offertheir ote offereir
their th eir congratulations congatulauons eongratuaUons At the same time timethe lme lmethe timehe
the t he telegrapn telelapl office ome was being crowded crowdedwith crwde
with w lh ith messages tof f felc felicitation taton These Tese lat latter lattcr ¬
ter t or had commenced cmmeDc early erly In the day dayPnrnllcl dy dyLI
LiKE LI AERLODS EVE VZ VZarallel
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Pnrnllcl ParUe P off o n iUorlllFmons Vbrltl1nxnouit Vbrltl1nxnouitIncident Ball Ballroom al alroom
room Incident IncidentAll locllent locllentAU
All the world o114 ot course curse was v ras interested interestedia I
ia i n the thrilling thrilng story str of the alege slee ef Mafe Mafeking ae
king kig k ing In SoulS Sut Africa Ae by the te Bo D Deere r Th Thee Theewere There ThereeTe re rewere t
were w eTe Incidents IncldeU in l connection connto1 with that thattime t ttie Osa
time tie t that tried trie tjedrnens mens souls sls the atorics atoricsof C
of o f which whih are just j bel being told tod One of the themost e I
most mot Interesting Inter0tn of these Is fon found In the thefollowing ti i
following folowlDg f latter 18tel lette to a LcudoB ldO newspaper newspaperwritten Dppr Dpprwrten newseieewritten r
written wrten by a opzrtspoadent tpet who wh vrcs w shut shutup sut sutup sku I
up up in the boloaguered bl e town townin tr trn teamthe
in n the history llstor of 0 the sIe siege of o Mafeking Mafekingthere ekID ekIDtere
there tere t should shQI at1 staad forth tert as ev event at aa 6 asmarknbid r rmarkabid
markabid markh marknbid to bprty posterity If perhaps ertp not notquit no I
quit cut fi nite < ao J historical hiserkal as a the famous fous beK beKwhich 1R 1Rwhic ho howhich I
which whic was given gen by the Dca Duchess of Rich Rtehznoad RI
mend ra on the eve of Waterloo arlo It I may my bt btindeed b C Cndeed
indeed IDee i a trite trte comparison comprls ein elae since e its It o Oly Olyrelatonhip oat y yrelation
relation relatonhip r elationship hip Is contained cantano in the fact ra t that thatthe thatte tha thaxIficers
the te officers r were weo called e away awy to the te field fieldof fel deli I If
of o f battle btte but with so s much uncertainty uncertaintyin uncrtlsty uncrtlstyIn uaoertalat r rn
in i n European Euwp circles crcle upon upn the conditions CiUs of ofthe otte 0 f
the te garrison garl8n this tis fact and its It issues Issue tend tendto tendto tots i io
to t o show sbw the spirit spirt with th which wleh the he tewn is issustaining I S Smcicluing
sustaining Sstalning its Itprerlu5 precarious existence elstene Al Although Althogh
though thogh we have some me 3009 3 Boers Bors around aroundus aroun 4
us with wil twelve different varieties vrl te of o ar artillery artilery artiiiery ¬
tillery tilery and despite despie the steady stedy increase increasein C Cn
in i n fatalities fatJt s from shot sht and ad shell sel which whichmarks whichmarks whic h hmarks
marks each ech day we can yet stimulate stmul1e our ournagging or origng on onflagging
nagging igng spirits spirit to a pitch pich in which whi a ball ballIs bl be bes
Is i s accepted accpte and welcomed welcme as a an an6et essential essentialto LI LIto
to the conditions of the siege siegeA siegeA
A mere detail talyet yet one of sufficiently sufficientlystriking sUfcienty sUfcientystrkInt auflicienti auflicientistriking
striking importance and showing hew ver
strkInt Imprtce very verysombre VerysOClbre y ysombre
sombre and how serious is I the daily situa situation eltunLion ¬
Lion tlon will wU perhaps prhaps be found In the post postponement Pt Ptponement po i iponement
ponement of this thl ball bl from Saturday Sturiay night nightuntil nightunt nigb nigbuntil
until unt the succeeding succeUng evening eveninga venlIga a proceeding proelng proelngwhich proeeedin proeeedinwhich
which was as rendered rendere necessary nees by the thedeath thedeath lb e edeath
death of a popular plul r townsman towDman from fra a 160 160pound le 1OCpound
pound ehell 6hel in the course CUrse of the previous pvloumornln previoumorning
moraine morning Recent Sundays have revealed revealea
revcnec
a tendency tende y upon upon the part par of the enemy to toIgore
ignore Igore that generous and ac courteous curtecu con concession eeccession
cession to a beleaguered beleagor garrison which whichGenen1 whic ii iiGeneral
General Genen1 Conje granted gte by bY professing proreslng his hiswillingness bl hI Is Iswillingness
willingness wUlngess to observe obsee the Sabbath bbath iago iagomuch In iaa < I Imuch
much that the Beers Uoer have maintained maintined rlSe rIefire ru Ic Icfire
fire until unU 5 in the morning commencing commncing commncingagain commenein commeneinagain
again at any moment after aCer 9 Oclbck oclbcknight at atnight atnight
night This Sunday was wa no exception ecepton and andwe ande as I IW
we W e had the usual matutinal matutnal volleys volleysToward vOleys volleysToward
Toward Towrd 8 oclock In tho evening eenln the thestreets thesteet lit IC ICstreets
streets steet near nea the Masonic Maonic Hall Ha1 presented presentedan presenteda presente ii iian
an a animated 1nlm even a gay picture Officers OfficersIn Officrs Officrsi Offlcei a ado
In i uniform unlormaSd and ladle ladles in charming charig toilets toiletswere toiets toietsere toilet ts tswere
were ere making their elr way to the scene 5eor of fes festivity festviy fe C Cfivity
tivity tviy each with lih a careless happiness happinesswhich Japplne happine is iswhich
which whch made mnd it it impossible Impssblo to believe that thatwithin thll thlllt1n flit ii iiwithin
within lt1n a thousand thoud yards ad of the town tow were wet wertbe e ethe
the fnemya Inemy lines lnes Immense Immene cheering cheeringgreeted ceering ceeringgeete elieerie ig iggreetti
greeted geete the strains st of Rule Brtnnia Brtnniaplaed Britannia L Lplayed
played plaed by bte the band of the th Bcchuanaland BcchuanalandRifles Becuanaan4 4
Rifles RUes and then the the dance commenced commencedThe comenct commencedPhe <
The town danced dce upon uon the te edge of otTco ofvolcano d dvolcano
Tco volcano is It were we and nd while hile it danced inced me t tz tzoutposts
outposts otps watchedwith co Itstalnc strained eye eeror for any anysign ay ayg at IT ITsign
sign g of omov movement me1 in the enemys Sey lines linesAs Hne line S SAs
As dusk ds closed eloe In mthe the outposts otpot had ha reported reportedto report reporteto iel ielto
to the colonel clonel commanding comandng that the ad adTanced adnce at atvancaci
Tanced nce trenches nceot of the enemy ee had been ben benIeenforce bee beereenforced
reenforced Ieenforce with w some sme 300 30 Boers Dor and ad mat mattheir tie tietheir
their galloping galloing Maxim had been b drawn drw Dy I y
four men toa to Plnt pdlnt 6int adacent adjacent to 1 our outiy i
ing Ingp posts in Inthe 4bo brickfields Ike while what ap appcared apeed ai aipcared
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put into an a emplacement epl ceent upon upon the south southeastern EUth EUtheaern I Ieastern
eastern eaern front front This T news newaClonel Colonel Badea BadeaPowell a aPowell i
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since ce ne he very ve properly wished Whed Ished to allow alow the te U In Ingarrison j
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offered oter and a accordingly ncry ucc rdingiy the te dance dce began begn begs begswas i
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preliminary pelmnar volley vOle whistling whs1ng over OVe the thetown thei U 10 10town
town twn In an a n instant lt the the2nlmton animation of the thestreets tbeseet ti ic icztreetz
streets seet which wh had lpreeded preceded the to dance dace daceappat was wasapparent w as asapparent
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of o the the1iasnic Masonic MasonlcHail Hall Hl a number nube ot o people poop cple cplecoUete r rcollected
collected coUete from rr out of otle the ba1rm ballroom Offi omcers Of Ofcers
cers raced ce td t their thelrpst posts as orderlies oerUes gal galloped go golcped ¬
loped Jcd through the streets street sounding a gen ge geer g
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a man can a serrehis srls s2r + eliis guns gns can c ply ly his rifle riflecan rife rid lepa le
can l stand 1d tb b his i post 1t in evening veng pumps pum pa
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thoroughly as da S he can c where he Is clothed clothe cloth clothin elf
in the coarser oaer habiliments hbiment of o the trenches trenche ta taFor
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what wht would ouldbappe happen and greater gre ter mystlfica mystfc3 mystlficlion a i
lion ton prevailed prevaeas as the noise 1olseot of firing came camefrom ce cerom car tie tieIrons
from rom every eve Quarter qure of our front front Urgent UrgeI Urge Ut Utorders i iorders
orders were issued 1s u to be b obeyed obed as rap ia I Iidly
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or or other otr springs Lru as testified Uf to by the t Iodine Iodinemen IfJ
men DA m en jui aadwcnaen < Iircm W i < in iUtl inpolitical political and social i life le in inViashingten inWaln inahingtcn
Waln V Viashingten ViashingtenSee ahingtcnSee4eerYO4t
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AMNHSTYFOR 1iTY OR FILIPINOS FILIPINOSG iLIPIa
General G ancrai mcr illacArthar ilacArthnr Military Mitar GOT GOTernor GDYernor
ernor Issues Iss2 a Proclamation aProclnmationImmnnltT ProclamationImmunity
Immunity I for orthePat the Pn Peat t ana ani Llb Liberty ilbertrla rtT rtTII
la II the Tatar utnr for All Al lnnnrponl lnnnrponlWlio Inur entl entlho
Wlio ho Renounce enoDDe Connection Connecton With VltUthe lh lhthe
the InsurrectIon InlCurr cton Within Vibln Xlnety XlnetyDarn iinetyDaysA lnetT lnetTDa
Darn Da DaysA V JlcTrard Re1ardOferet Offered for or Illflen IllflenA IU I IA
A proclamation pcation of amnesty to t the te Phil PhilIppine Phl
Ippine ip pine Insurgents Inuret by General Geer SlacArihur SlacArihurwas MacAru MacAruw
wW was w w as made mepublc public by b the te officials of the theWar theWa
War W Wa ar Department Deptmen this tbs morning mornlg The e docu document doc docment ¬
ment m enu Is dated dted today ty and will w1 be posted pst In Inall Inll I II
J I all folllows al foloWs a f ll ports p of the archipelago arplag It I reads read as asfolllows asJ aselliows
J Manila aia June uno 21 1900 1900By 10
By direction dircton of the te President Pedent of o the theUnited te teU1td
United U1td U nited States Stts the undersigned udersige announces announcesamnesty anouncs I Iamnesty
amnesty a with h complete immunity Imunlty1roCl from the j I Ipt
copet
past pt p ast and ad absolute aolute liberty lbrty of action actO for the theuture 1 1future Irutur
future rutur f uture to t all al persons prson who are now nw or at j jany Iany I Iny
any a ny time lmo since snce February Febru 4 1800 189 have ben benIn been beenn neen neenIn
In i n Insurloa insurrection against aganst the United Unit States StatesIn Sttes Sttesi Statesn
In i i n either a military I1l or a civil capacity capacityand ep ly lya
and a a nd who ho shall within a period pro of ninety ninetydays ninet ninetydeys
days aaIs from the date hereof herf formally re renounce reounce ¬
nounce n all connection cnceton with such suc insurrec insurrection Inue InuetIo iceliTreeioci ¬
tion tIo t ioci and ad subscribe subscrb to a declaration deUon ac acknowledging ackedgn actmwledgtng ¬
knowledging kedgn k and ad accepting a tln tb thsvr the sorer sovereignty sorerlgoty ¬ I Iel
eignty el e ty and 1d authority autoriy of the United Unie States Stte j
in i n and aD over ovr the Philippine Phlppne Islands Ilads IladsThe IslandsThe j I
The privilege plvlegc lcwt Herewith published bUse Is i ex extended I Itene
tended tene t to all al concerned coooe without reserve T8r I IHen Ilen
Hen len t ian whatever wbatevr excepting eceptngthat that persons pnns who whobave j
have h ave violated violale the t e laws of Tear ar daring duri the thei e j jperiod j jprio I
period prio of o active actve hostilities bostltE are not em embraced embrace emraced i
braced brace b within wihin the te scope s of o this amnesty amnestyAll anety anetyI
All A I ll who desire detre to take advantage Vt of o the theterms theerms e etem
terms tem t erms herewith 1rwlt set se ferth fr are ae requested requestedto reee
to t t o pree preMat at themselves them elves to the commanding commandingocens conna1diago
ocens o kell8 of the American troops at the most mostconvenient mostc8IIyenle mostonvenient
I Iwith
c convenient t station we who H will receive them taeaiwith Ute themwith
with due coa consideration ideraUon according aoeor bc to rank rankjMke raDIlD8ke
make prevision foe their tJa Ir immediate wmats waDtprepce mterepare wmatsprepare
prepare p the necessary n ry records and tEere tEereafter tiereafter
after a fter permit each individual to proceed Jroeeet1to Jroeeet1totay to toi
i aay part of tae the archipelago ardit nr lpelago ago according to toj
j his i sle own wishes for watch purpose purposetbe purposetbeCntted the theLnlted j
Uaited States will furnish such uch transpor transportation tra transporattea ¬
tation t as may be available Ubl either el or by rail railway rllWy
way steamboat or orwason orwasonPrcmiDent wagoo wagooPrcralaent
Prcralaent persons who may desire to toconfer toconter
confer c with tae t Military Governor or with withthe withthe withthe
the Board of American Commissioners CoBml i1N1er3 will willbe wutbe
be permitted ttle4l to visit Manila and will as asfar asCr t tar
far f ar ae aapoedWe pweifcie be provided with traaepor traaeporiatfata t3iPOrtAtioD traseporstloti
iatfata i for that purpose e la ordar ord to miLl mitigate nutlsat miLlgate ¬
gate sat as much as possible consequences CQns uenees re resetting re resultiDg iaouking ¬
setting from the various disturbances which whichsince whlehsince t tsince
since 1SW l have ve succeeded each other so sorapMiy I Irapidly i irapldly
rapidly aDd to provide in eora some measure f fen fenUule ei eidestitute t tdestihite
destitute < Uule soldiers during dtuln the trans4tery t1ansfterype t1ansfteryperIetl pe perted paned
ned which must inevitably su sUCCOd cs l a gen general seneral ¬
eral peace the military authorities of the tieUatted theUBitM theUnited
United States will pay thirty pesos to tooaahl east oaahman eastman
man n n who presents pre 1ts a rifle rl e in good condition conditionARTHUR con ltion I IARTIIUR
ARTHUR MacAHTHCR MacARTHURMajor MacAHTHCRMajor cARTIIIm cARTIIImlajor
Major General U S Volunteers VolunteersMilitary Vo1u1 VolunteerslHutarj rs rsllJU
Military llJU Governor GovernorBOOSE iiarcrnorROOSEVELT tenor tenorROOSEVELT
BOOSE ROOSEVELT VELT GOING WEST WISTKennlon WLSTGoern01 WESTGosernox
Goern01 to Attend Aitentithe the ron Rough h Rid UlderA RidReunion
erA Reunion at Oklahoma OklnhonnPHILADELPHIA OklahomaPHILADELPHIA j
PHILADELPHIA June n IPlnordI PJacardi in inthe Intle Ii 1 1the
the hotels have announced for several days dayslhntthere day S Sthat i ithat
that lhntthere there Is to be a reunion of Roosevelt RoosereltsRough RooseveltPough t tRough
Rough Riders IUde at Oklahoma Old oaa City Cl y oa July Jul Julbut
4 4 but It It has Just become known tbzt tbztGovernor 1hz 1hzGovernor
Governor overnor Roosevelt will 11 attend the re reunion roI roIunion reunion ¬
union in a special car designed esigned to psss psssthrough p pan S Sthrough I
through Kansas and Missouri about the thesame thesame lii a asame
same time that Colonel Bryan goes e to o ot1l Kan Kansas Kaxsna ¬
sas City t1l ut for forbls 0i hIs renomlnatibn renomlnatibnLieutenant TCIomlnaUooL1
Lieutenant L1 uteDU1tGcnernor Governor Wocdrnlf Wocd rensarted rensartedlo renmarhetto j
to bin bbfrlendsns friends as Eoon is s he heard of M MHannas 3 3Hennas I IHannas
Hannas statement that he heas Tvas weI wdl wdlpleased I Ipleased
pleased pleLUl with the unanimity to nominate nominateGovernor n > lIae lIaeGovernor a
Governor Roosevelt Raos ev et for the V Vice Ice Presiden Presidency P PresidenCT en ency ¬
cy Mr Woodruff said lie thought he h weal Wolilslsn would wouldstand wealstenti
stand slsn a chance for the nomination for fo foGovernor
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