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Reneminated for President
the United States.
Whltelaw Reld, of New Yerk Nom
inated for Vice Prosident
Only One Dallet Taken for President as
Fellows) narrlten 09A MoKlnley 1831
Ulalne 189f'Reed 4 I.liicelu It
, -Uteld 11 Aculainatloe,
MINNEAPOLIS, Jude 10, At U'jn the oonven eonven oenven
tlon was caled te order by Chalrmnn McKin
ley. Prayer wu offered by Rev Dr Wayland
Heyt, 6f tbi) First Baptist Church of Minne
apolis. David Martin was announced as national
committeeman for Pennsylvania; R, O .Evans,
from Kentueky, and Duvld J Lay ten. from
Consideration of the committee en credential?
being resumed the chair made the gratifying
announcement te the convention that Senater
Quay had authortzed him te say that no further
opposition would be made te the adoption of the
majority report In the Alabama case The
question was then put and the majority report
was unanimously adopted amid cheers.
This example was followed by these who had
intended te antagenlie the Utah repert en the
Mermen issue. Mr. Cultum, ntter con
sultation with ether friends of the administra
tion, agreed net te delay nominations by raising
a dlsousslen en this question.
The chairman asked Mr. Cannen, of Utah, if
he dssired a vote en bis minority report He
aid he did. The minority repert was beaten
by a dtcl(Hd majority, and the majority repert
was adopted. An Oregon delegate moved that
the delegation from Indian territory and' Alaska
b admitted with two votes each.
A motion te refer this matter te the commit
tee was made, but Chairman Cogswell, of the
committee, get en the platform and said that
his committee was all ready te report. Then,
en motion, two delegates each from Indian ter
ritory and Alaska were admitted.
The chair announcing It was very necessary te
have the list of members of the national com
mlttee filled up, directed the clerk te call ever
the roll of states.
These which hadnet yetmade selections were
Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Caro
lina, and Utah In the Interim Warner Miller,
of Hew Yerk, sent up te the desk and had read
a woman's suffrage memorial.
Mr. Miller asked that the officers of the Wom
en's Republican association, named in the com
munication, be presented te the convention, and
this was done.
Mrs. J, Ellen Fester was escorted te the
platform and read an address In a shrill but
audible voice with rnenv oratorical gestures.
The lady orator, as she warmed up with her
subject, laid aside her notes and addressed the
convention with a fluency and force which ollc ellc
lted frequent applaused.
One of the Alabama delegation, admitting
that there was a fight in the delegation, asked
for a poll en the question of the election of
a national committeeman, but the chairman
choked him ad by saying, amid laughter, that
the convention accorded the Alabama delega
tion "further tlme te correct thctr arithmetic."
The chairman Impressively announced that
the next order of business was the presenta
tion of name for the nomination rorprcsldent.
A mighty cheer went up from the convention.
HON, WHtTELAW ItEID.
The chair announced tint It bad been the cus
tom in past years te call the mil for the presen
tation of candidates. He aekud whether tbe con
vention wished, this-'Thcre. were mingled crlenef
"jegi'anrt "no," and the, chairman riccidid that
the"eonventlen deslred te fellow precedent 'and
ordered the roll cnlL
When Colerado as reached Senater Wolcott
arose Thre cre loud cries qf 'platform" as
the s lversnatpr ascended the stage, ije said;
'JMr, Cbairmnu and Gentlemen of the Con Cen Con
venteon: The republican iJ the went some
times differ' wlih the republicans of the eat its
te'wbnt Is wanted, but en this occasion there Is
remarkable 'urmntmlty between th genuine re
publican of (he Wtst and. genuine republicans
Of, lhQ vastus te whom we need, and bis name
The dramatic presentation of the name of
Blaine, sbunexpected, se decisive, took the con
vehtien by surprise. There was dead silence
for ''a' moment Then the Maine men broke,
loose, and fef three minutes the hall rang th
three cheers,, renewed again and again. They
steed up, waving bats, handkerchiefs and fans.
. When Indiana Was reached there was op ep
plaute which was renawed tenfold when the
venerable It W. 'Thompson walked up the alsle
and took the platform. Standing with a fan
clutched In both hands, Mr. Thompson said;
"Gentlemen of the convention, I de net
intend te make a peeih. I propose te
make u Domination for the presidency,
which shall strike a cord of Hympatby In every
true republican' heart I propone te nominate
for the1 presidency a man who docs net seek ele
vation bjr the detraction of any ether great re
pqbllcani I de, net propose, hewevar, te defend
hlj .history or his life before this convention,
because that will be done in words of burning
and prophetic eloquence which can net be but
pasttd )n any ether country In the world.
"Therefore, with these simple words I nomln nemln
die te this convention for the presidency of the
United. States the warrior statesman, lUnJamln
Harrison."' The counter demonstration of the
Harrison men came with enthuslus m. Pans and
umbrellas were in the air, delegates steed en
their seats, and Fred Douglass waving his
white hat eti top of his cane led the entering
thai was sustained for two minutes or mere.
Tbe chairman sat down until the tumult sub
tided. Then he ordered the call continued.
When Michigan was reached some one In the
gallants wted eutt "What's the matter with
Alfr," b)jt there was only a slight, (uiinii front
Then Minnesota was railed and SV 11. Custu
took the pWUna e seeend tfee Geminatien dt
Mr. Eustls called upon the convention te
sacrifice every selfish thengM and non-patri-etto
meve te that majestie power, the sovereign
ty of the people, "They have commissioned
us," he said, "te name e leader for the republi
can party, and It wc de se In harmony with
their thought and love they will make him the
next president of the United States."
He eulogized the growth and work of the Re
publican party, and said the mission of tbe
party la net yet ended.
Mr. Eus,th complimented Sherman, Harrison,
McKlnley, Alger, and seld: "We honor and
love all these, no no the less because we love one
ether leader mere. He has been as Intetucly
republican as be has been lntoeeoly American.
Te-day a commercially linked hemisphere at
tests the breadth and wisdom of his states
manship. Just as the applause for Mr D mils' speech
was dying out Mrs. R. 0. Kcrens, wife of the
national .committeeman from Missouri. And
Mrs. Carsen Lake, of New "Yerk, who sal be
side her, started the cheering again, wav
ing their paresmia. The convention went wild
The delegates climbed en their chairs te sec
the two women en the platform behind the
chairman, cheering and encouraging applauie.
Dig Tem Recd sat just in front of Mrs. Kerens,
and took up the mdvempnt Ills face melted in
to a bread grin as he steed trp waving a silk
flag in honor of his old tlme enemy.
At 1:14 Mr, Mattlsen took the platform and
seconded the nomination of Mr. ulalnu.
1:18 p. m Mr. Depcw takes the platform te
second the nomination of Harrison Great
cheering all ever the hall.
When Depcw referred te McKlnley, the great
demonstration all ever tbe ball continued. De
pew asked: "Who will be. given credit for the
great acts of this odmlnrstrMtertr Seme one
in the audience called out "Dlalne." Oreatap Oreatap
plause. The speaker spoke of Sherman Alli Alli
eon. Alger and Reed, of Maine. Cheers for oil,
and prolonged for tbe latter.
Mr Dcpew said Harristm's course reflects
mero credit en his ancestry than that ever did
en him. Depcw finished, amid great cheering,
at 1:43 p. m.
A banner, with Harrison's portrait en It net
brought en the platform, creating a great
demonstration In the hall
Order being restored, Warner Miller took tbe
platform te second Blaine.
Much te everybody's -surprise. Ferakcr did
net come forward when Ohie was called.
Cheatham, of North Carolina, seconded the
nomination of Harrison and Ueyd, colored, of
Tennessee, seconded the nomination of Ulalne.
Mr SewclL of New Jersey, moved that the
convention proceed te ballet Carried.
Call of states ordered for balKrting amid grcnt
Harrison was nominated en first ballet.
The vote was as follews1 Harrison, MS i-fl; Mc
Klnley, 182; Illalne, 1S2 1-6; Reed, 4; Lincoln, L
McKtnley telegraphed his sincere congratula
tions is President Harrison
MiNKEArewi. June KL The night session
began with thee y,erds by Chairman McKln
ley; "The order of business is the presentation
of candidates ter vice-president of the United
States. The secrctary will call the roll of
States end Territories. "
Dcfore the roll-call began Arthur Brown was
substituted ferO.C Salisbury, as member of the
national committee from Utah.
On motion of Oaird, of IUlnel3, the vacant
seats in tie galleries were thrown open te the
crowds outsidehaylng no tlckcu. They rushed
in, swarming in every Bpare feet of space. The
secretary then proceeded with the call of the
roll until New Yerk was.rvttchcd.
State Senater O'Connor eretic and placed in
nomination the Hen Whltelaw Held.
The Chairman I have the pleasure of pre
senting te the convention the Hen. Herace Por Per
ter, of New Yerk, who seconded the nemina
tien of Mr. Reid. (Applause.)
Gov Dulkcly also seconded the nomination of
Mr Jehn A. Hutchinson (W Ve.)-Mr. Chair
man, I ask that the nomination of Mr. Held
be made by acclamation The motion was
Mr J T Settle, of Tennessee Mr. Chairman,
I think I bad the fleer before tbe gentleman
ecr at the ether end. of the building arose te
his feet, and In obedience, te the request of the
delegation from Tennessee, 1 desire te make a
The Chairman The gentleman from Tennes
see is recognized
Mr Seattle then placed In nomination Hen
Tbes B Red, of Maine. (Applause.) Gen.
Llttletlcld, of Maine, scrended Uhe nomination
of Mr Reed. The name of Mr Heed was with
drawn. Mr. Kearney, of Iowa, moved that the nom
ination of Whltelaw Rcid be made by acclama
tion. He moved te suspend the rules acid make
the nomination by acclamation.
The chairman Thb gentleman from West
Vlrginlt earlier moved that tbe rules be sus
pended and that Hen Whltelaw Reld be de
dared nominated by acclamation. Are you
ready for ll6 question? (Cries of "Question,
question.") Thn yeas and nayn being taken, the
"In the opinion of the chair, mere than two
thirds have.veted tn tbf affirmative, and the
rules ara suspended and the nomlmitlen Js made
Shall It bv unanimous' (Cries of "yes, yes").
These favoring It will say aye. The motion Is
The announcement of the nomination of Mr.
Reld tvas the occasion of demonstration of en
thusiasm en the part of betb delegates and
Mr, Depew Mr Chairman, I offer the follow
"Resolved, That in' the orgnhlzntlen of tbe
American Republican College lengue, en event
significant In American politics, the young re
publicans of the colleges and unherHltles of the
nation have merited our congratulation nrd
highest commendation, and we welcome tin m
te the ranks of the party In an active pirtlclpa
tlen In the affairs of stnta" , ,
The resolution was carried unanimously
Cel Shepard, of New YerkI beg leavt te
Introduce the following reoln't!eni. and big
thnt rtrmtar Cullum. of 'llllnnta. will' nlt'iie
state the sense of the convention upon their
llrst resolutien: ' "
The resolution referred te was read by the
secretary, after Senater Cullect had taken He
chair, pursuant te the request of Cel Shepard'
"Rewlved. That the thanks of Mils' conven
tion of the whole republican ptrty am due and
tendered te Hen Wm. McKlnley, r . of Ohie,
for the splendid. Impartial and courteous wuy
in which be has discharged bis duties us the pre
siding efllcer of the convention (Great ap
"We wish Oev, McKtnley a prosperous ad ad
mlntatrutlen tn Ohie, health and happlness in
bis peltate life, and Increasing usefulness in the
service ei nis vyuniry, (unrere j
Sertater Cul!6m Gentleman, you, bae heard
the resolution just read. All-these in faoref
ts adoption wlllay ny. The motion wa car
Senater Ciillem If the convention will allow
it the present occupant of the choir will put the
motion In unptber form. These In favor of the
resolution read. wilt rise and stand until yeuuie
The entlre delegation steed up and cheered
again for Gov. MoKlnley,
Resolutions of thanks te subordinate oftlters
of the convention and te the citizens of Mlnno Mlnne Mlnno
epolls were also odepted, as were similar rt so
lutions as te newspaper correspondents.
The secretary read the following telegram
"Oregon has indorsed republican principle- by
eight thousand majority, and will give Presi
dent Harrison ten thousand in November. Leg
islature, republican In both branches.
"E, T. McCoieucK."
The unanimous consent, en motion of Cannen,
of Illinois, Chairman McKlnley was appointed
chairman of the committee en presidential an
nouncement Mr. Magce, of Pennsylvania, ettered the fell
lowing resolution, which was adepted:
"Resolved, That the services of the rctlrlnir
national lamp tlgu committee of 11-88 entitle the
member te the thanks of the republican party
of the nation."
The president The secretary will new cull
the roil of states te receive the report from dele
gations of the names of tbe mcmlx-rsef tie
committee te notify the nominees for
president and vlcu president of the United
The iccrelary announced a special meeting of
National and State Republican loague officers
for Saturday morning ut 10 o'clock,
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The following Mists were announced a
members of the committee te notify the nomi
nees for president and vlce-preatdest of the
Alabama President, d 0. Harris; vlee-presi-dent,
J. McEwcn. Arkansas President Leuis
Althclmeri vice-president, E. a Merris. Call
femla C. A. Pclten, R. E. Fnck Colerado
Hosca Townsend, Jud4 Brush. Connecticut
Morgan a Bulkier, James P. Piatt Delaware
Ooergo W. Marshall (same person). Flerida
J. A. Span, J, A. Uall Georgia C 0. Wln
bush (passed). Idaho F. T. Dubois (passed).
Illinois-James N. Gilbert L L. Ellwood, In
diana a P. Ucllmah, W. T. Durbln. Iowa
C. W. Mullan.J, L. Carney. Kansas Calvin
Uoed.O W. Little. Kentucky Passed. Leuis
iana Pasded. MainePassed. Massachusetts
William Cogswell, Walter Clifferd. Michigan
M. P. Perrlck, F. E. Lee Missouri-Charles C.
Bell, Jeseph E. Dlaelt New York-Elliett F.
Snepard, H U. Warner. North DaketA W.
IL Rebblna. Jehn X' Perclval. Ohio-Jeseph
II. Fernker, William C. Lyen. Pennsylvania ;
Alex Fureham, H IL Bingham. Rhede Island
Samuel H Cele, Henry A. Stems. Seuth
Dakota Alex C- Jehnsen. James A. H alley.
Texas W F Crawford, W. E. DaVis.
On the call of the roll It was announced that
the officers for Maryland, Minnesota, Missis
sippi, Mentana, Nebraska. New Hampshire,
New Jersey, North Carolina. Oregon, Tennes
see and Kentucky would be handed In wrltlhrf
te the secretary of the convention before ad
journment The Chair Is there any further business be
fore the convention J
Mr. Lerlmer Mr President, I move we new
The chairman The gentleman from Illinois
moves that 'this convention de new adjourn.
The motion was carried unanimously, and the
chairman announced ibat the convention new
stands adjourned sing die.
Eloeteral College. 1803 and
New Hampshire. 4
New Jersey 10
North Carolina 1
North Dal.eta 3
Rhede Island. i
Seuth Carolina 0
Seuth Dakota 4
West Virginia 6
IN THE OIL REGION.
Still Finding Victims Suspicious Chnrao Chnrae
ters Aid at Hand.
TifOSViLX, Pa., June 11. Workmen
excavating In the ruins of the Ulnj Ulnj
heimer building found the bodies of two
children, one that of a boy of eight
years, pnrtinlly burnt, and the ether
(the remains of n young child. They
were Jacob Iiingheimcr's youngest chil
dren. Twe bodies were buried in mis
take by llingheiraer. who (est his wife,
und eight children.
The members of Company K, Six
teenth regiment are still en duty, and
ius large numbers of supicieus charac
ters are coming into own, it is likely
they will be kept en duty for some
time. The railroad has net been opened
abeve Clark's culvert, flfteen miles
from Titusylllc, and it will be at least
four days before trains will reach
The bridge at Titusville Is still In
such a condition that trains are unable
te cresR it. Lecal passenger trains are
running from McCHnteck te Titusville,
leaving three miles of track te be
walked te Oil City. Large quantities of
previsions nre arriving by express from
Philadelphia and llarrisburg. Heddtng
and clothing are still badly needed.
TEED, THE HIGH PRIEST,
l Sued Fer Twe Tlunitrrd Thensnnd Del
lars by Indignant lluttxiuits I'er the J.e
of Thclf WIvc.
Cuicaoe, June 11. Sidney C Miller,
president of the National Publishing
Ce,, tiled a .declaration in the circuit
equrt in his (100,000 dnin.ige suit against
Dr. Cyrus R. Teed, of Keresh
fame. The suit Ik brought for
alienating the affections of Jennie
Ix Miller, the wife a plaintiff, and ad
ditional charges are advanced te these
already made by Themas Cele, who also
beeks dnmngt's lit a similar action. Mr.
Millernlleges that Dr. Teed represented
te his wife that he would inuke her
Goddess Minerva, and that it was neces
sary te give up all her possessions te be
converted. Hy false representations he
induced Mrs. Miller te give up JS.OOO,
and for this, the destruction of his home
and the less of his wtfe, Miller demands
An Unexpected Legacy.
Ottawa, Ont, June 11, Mr. Laperte
of Lnperte's hotel hni. received word
from Spain that he has been appointed
guardian of the child of M. De Uelguo Uelgue
villu. a Snnnish nobleman, and tKut lm
inlAUtcd under De HeigevUle's will
nearly S.000,000 francs. JHyenty-slx
years age De BelgucvHle stepped at Mr.
Laperte's heq.se and become very friend
ly with the proprietor, but 'after he
left all communication ceased.
riot Kucli. Other by Advrtllig.
Si'iiiNnriETj). 0., June .11, Ivy Earn-
est, the charging daughter of the
ard of of Wlttenberff'cellefffc. .was
ried te JehnlL uinen Jr.. postmaster
nf. Wiinrahn-Win. ThnWiilnnrul mivnn
saw caelfl ether for 'tbxj first diuthret)
days age. The matelfwas lhq j&ult'ef
a matrimonial correspondent "nd."
Mimglfllug Merits Aero the lluriler,
CiC()( ,June IL The treasury
ngclits here have llnlshed an unsticccss
ftll search for a.gnugef smugglers, who
have been Winging many fine blooded
Canadian horse across, the border with
out the formality of consulting the 'custom-house
An Exciting Chase at Hunting
Three Suspects Captured by Officers
After Desperate Efferts
Te Murder Their Pnrner They Were
tilven a Preliminary Hearing and
Uennd Ovr te Court There ts
Wild Talk of LynehlngTbem.
IIuntinoteN. Ind., June
burglaries tn Huntington
numerous of late that the chief of police
finally decided te mdke a determined
effort te put a step te them. Chief
Crandall gathered a pesse ei fifteen
trusty nien, heavily armed, and started
err tbe hunt about 9 o'clock Thurdny
Tjhcy went Urst te the railroad yurds,
Jim Purvonce saw three tramps at an
East Market street saloon whom be
suspected of being the right ones, and
when Dillen, Urinncman, and Dlmend
arrived, he was told two of the fellows
had geno Inte the yard1? near the frelght frelght frelght
hontse. The oulecrs and citizens started te
make a search for thorn, but the tramps
had disappeared. When the pesse
reached the point where Foust street la
supposed te cress the railroad switches,
they saw two men seated upon seme
timbers. Thinking they were riot
the tramps who were being sought
for, they were passed by, Jim
Purvanoe going in one direction
and Dillen, Drlnneman and Dimpnd in
aneth'en Suddenly Dillen cxclalmcdi
"I guess Fll sce what these fellows are
doing here." lie wltistled, and the rest
of the party started toward the men.
When they stepped up te them the men
breKC te run. Dillen seized one by the
coat and jerked him te a halt. The
fellow drew a revolver and quick as a
wink had it pointed in Dillen's face.
Three t,imas the trigger was pulled, but
the cartridges did net explode.
The ether man started down the
track toward the cattle pens, sheeting
at his pursuers as he went- Dillen's
man finally breke away and also start
ed In the same direction, but his part
ner then left the track, ran across an
open field and escaped. The posse then
turned their attention te the man who
had broken away from Dillen. " lie ran,
firing as he ran. After an exciting
chase he was surrounded and captured,
lie was searched, but no revolver
could be found. While Sheriff Wlntrode
brought the prisoner down te jail, the
ethers searched for the gun. The pris
oner hed also thrown away a watch,
because pert of a geld chain was still
hanging te his vest button hole, show
ing that he had jerked the wateh chain
in two. After some search the revolver
was found upon the sand-beard of a
freight cur, where lie had placed it In
passing. Dillen took charge of the re
volver, a thlrty-elght calliber Smith &
Wessen, which still contained the three
cartridges that the fellow snapped In
Dillen's face. They bore the marks of
Later In the night two mere men were
found hiding in an ico-heuso. They
were arrested after a desperate struggle
and landed in jail.
Friday afternoon they were all given
a preliminary hearing and bound ever
te court under bend of 15,000. Net one
of the three would give his name, but
kept a stolid silence. The city was ter
ribly excited Friday, and there was wild
talk of lynching.
THE CRONIN MURDER.
Much Additional Information nld te Ittive
iltccn Obtained of a Startling Nature.
CincAOO. June 11. A morning paper
lays, that u family qunrrtl has led te
some startling revelations In connec
tion with the Crenln murder. State's
Attorney .Lpngenecker, it Is hinted
has net only much added information
recently gathered about it, but has
something tangible te support und verify
the latest revelations. He has in his pos
session the instrument with which Dr.
Oreuin was killed, which turns out te be
a stone-cutter s chisel, nnn net the ice
pick of (KSwlllvun. It U said he luCs un
der observation, and has seen theNvogen
which carried the trunk and the doe dee dee
ter's body te the catch-basin In Lake
View, and It Is further said that he has
a confession or document in his posses
sion embodying the above Information,
and much mere of en equally startling
and sctisutierihl character. , The state's
attorney docs net admit the assertion.
Washington, June IL Fer Ohie,
West yirglnltt and West Pennsylvania
Warmer south winds and generally
Fer Tennessee and Kentucky Con
tinued warm south winds, generally
Fer Indiana and Illinois Much
warmer, south winds nnd fair; local
rains ure likely In northern portion Sun
day. Oldest Ofltrc-llnldrr In Ohie.
Cadiz, O., June 11, Jacob Jarvls, of
this place, U the. eldest county efllcial
in the state.' lle was elected cqunty
surveyor of Harrison county In 1849 aud
Is, although 78 years old, as active as
the day he firs occupied the efllce.
Yeung Eudy Stileldra.
Indianapolis, Ind., June 11. Miss
llertha Wright, aged 10, daughter -of
Geerge Wright, and of excellent fnmlly
surroundings, cemmltcd suicide Friday
evening by swallowing morphine. Ne
llecelved In Iteynl Style
Pauls, June 11. Minister T. J. Coel-
Idge, In a carriage sent for him by
President Cernet, and surrounded by
cavalry, proceeded Friday te the execu-
tlvVrralace," nod vns received ""by,. I
prcrfderraqd cabinet. '
l.yiwhni In itnrtli Carolina.
Richmond, Vu, June 11, A mob at
Albemarle, N. C, lynched Alexander
WJiiKllvuUuaJJurns, who.. With his sl&
ter, killed DJlurt Tuelter In Arkantasri
ami fled te North Carolina. Tucker had'
relatives at Albemarle. '
Satliered Frem Ail Parts of the Country '
A Parkcrsburg grand jury is after
these who took part in the recent prite
Seven hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars, geld coin, was ordered for expert
The president has approved the eat
for a. bridge across the Mississippi river
at Mellne, III.
Three Wheeling children wejre pols pels pols
entd from drinking lemonade made in
a copper kettle.
Mrs. Minnie Haldeman, of Wheeling,
W. Vu.. was stricken with paralysis
while walking along the street.
Gov. Fleming has pardoned Wm.
Themas, Caball county (W. Ve.) con
vict, who Is dying of consumption.
While her' essay was being read by a
substitute, Miss Lellia McCormlek, a
graduate at Illoemlngton, I1L, died of
The democracy of the Seventeenth
district nominated James A. D. Rich
ards, of Tuscarawas county, for con
gress en the fifty-fifth ballet.
The comptroller of the curreney has
authorized the new Duluth national
bank of Duluth, Minn., and the Some
national bank of Roycrsferd, Pa., te
begin business each with a capital of
Emery P. Beauchamp died at the
Indiana hospital for the Insane at In
dlanapelis, Thursday. He was counsel
te Alx la Chapelle under Presidents
Grant and Hayes. He was a nntlve of
Harrison's nomination gives abundant
satisfaction at Parkersburg, W. Va,
A tight will new be made te give" him
West Virginia in November, as he had
it in the convention. Blaine enthusiasts
are disappointed, but cheer for Harrison.
Mr. Gladstone's organ, the Londen
Speaker, in its issue Saturday makes a
bitter attack en Mr. Blaine. The artlcle
says: "There is still a lively recollec
tion here of his campaign of rhetorle
against England. Inflammatory ap
peals te Fenianism used te be Mr.
Blaine's way of Ingratiating himself
upon Irish-American electors.'
A Wech Without Water.
Tucson, A. T., June 11. J. A. Van
Heme, who was lest en the desert sixty
miles west of Tucson, was brought in
here. He had been eight days without
water, and subsisted en the cacti of the
desert and seme canned fruit he found
near by two skeletons of human beings.
When found he was in a helpless condi
tion. His tale of suffering is one of
Attacked by an Infuriated Jack.
Beiiuy, Ky., June 11. A. M. Baskel,
a wealthy and influential farmer and
stock dealer residing near here, will in
all probability lese his right arm.
Early Friday morning he was attacked
by an infuriated jack, and his arm was
tern and lacerated se badly that ampu
tatien may be necessary.
Chicago Aldermen Acquitted of Uoedlery.
Chicago. June 11. The trial of Alder
men Wm. J. O'Brien, Nicholas J. Cre
mer, Pntrick J. German, Jehn Derman,
Philip Jacksen and Stephen Geslln,
charged with boedling In connection
with the granting of franchises te the
railroads and ether corporations, ended
Friday, the court Instructing the jury
te bring In a verdict of acquittal.
Eighteen Years In the 1'cu.
PAHKEitsnune, W. Va., June 11. The
trial of Newt Hubbs, a notorious dos des dos
perade of Pleasant county, for the mur
der of Henry Beaver, ended at St.
Mary's In a verdict of murder In the
second degree, nubbs was sentenced
te eighteen years In the penitentiary.
Anether Mine Horrer.
Munich, June 11. An explosion has
occurred in a coal pit near Meisbach, a
mining town near this city. Sixteen of
the miners w ere buried In the ruins.
ClNClNNVri, June It
Ftxcn Winter patent, U aa4.ee fancy,
J4.CK3420 family. WSOa-ltlO extra, .SS33.!;
low gride, fcUOSiM spring patent, MM 4 74,
sprint? lancy, -tu).3l4.tt, spring family. Ctuea
3.WI Rye Heur, M iivat SO
Wheat The market was dull and easy buy
ers wrre unwilling te pay mere th in Bc for Ne.
3 red and S8c for Ne. i red.
Ceils Ne. V white shelled held atrticwnlte
mixed at faawe and Ne. 2 mixwl at v(5.Ve.
Ear was (Inn at MyM'tC.
Oats Was strenff and active te thn extent,of
offerings. At the close Ne. -' white was held at
4lc, and Ne S mixed at Ue
KYtv-Wiis quiet and (luminal at 8Mc for
lash Ne 2 en track
CArrbE-fchlppcrs Geed te choice, J3.W3
4 15. common te fair, 10'i3 (VV Oxrn- Geed
te choice, tl00a2i. common te (air, t(XM
Sffl select butchers, M OOaM 2S. fair te poed,
Sa252J.7Jr common. f2.O)2J.0.V Heifers: Ooed
te choice, ta 40 4U).
Hoes Select heavy and prime butchers,
e4S.va4.0S fair te poed packin?. H 4 W;
common and rough, U 0034 m nghu U i.S4 TO;
Sheep anwLamus Sheep Ewes, ?iU4.V;
mixed, ltf3A2A yearling, ..$ JO bucks,
rUOOQATS. Spring J.imtH Hutclif r' Common
te fair. J3.Md &.'- Feed te choice, !i.VjS5fl0,
shippers, common te fair. .W.XjQA3J, geed te
cholce, t7 OiX&T 2. extra, 7 35,7 5)
New Yqhk June tl.
Wheat Ne. 2 red declined Hftc en loeal
trading. July. PIQW S-lOe; August, 2S(t:92yc;
Kye Qulet and easvs wvsiern. WSBSc,
Ceiin .Va 8 dull, Wc lower, Ne. 8, MaWc
Oats Ne. 2 dull, weak, suite, MljCOe;
PiTTsntmeii. June 11.
Cattle Market steady and unchanged, no
cot tie shipped te New Yerk
HOOS Market firm; all trades W83J5.00. 8
ears bops shipped te New Yerk
Bticxp Market slew at yesterday's prices.
Uaiaimeiiu, June 11.
Wurat Easy; Ne. 2 red spot and June,
Cern Easy; mixed spot and June, WHASVie.
Oats Firm; Na S white western, 41 wt2c;
Ne 3 mixed de. S9!i3.40e.
IlTB-Quiet and easy Ne. 2. sic,
CmcAOOt June IL
Pleuii Axn QiiAtx Cash quotatiens:
Fleur quiet aad suady, Ne. 2 spring
wheat, W140; Ne. S tpr'.ng wheat, TWAJWe;
Ne. C red, We! Ne. S ern. JO'40: Na 2 eat,
KVjc Na 2 white, BOV,vi:q. J white, MU
UW0, Na 2 rye, TOgtOa, Na 2 barley, Ode Na 3
t.o.a7aeeer-Na'4f. e. trrwsiflc: Nn I nax.
seed, tUH. 1 1 .
Wheat Na t red, Jane, July Ait?ut and
Sptnber, 918.81 Hoj
CORW Na e mixed en truik, M'( ,Ni I
mixed Juse, B4XS4Hc,
Oats Lewert Ne. white. 41c Na, - v h t ,
4443cj Natwhtte June, 4ldUl,c,
Te License Peddling Spectacles and Erc
GlsHei in the City, of Maygville.
De It bnfainetl Jni the Heard 0 CeuneUmcn of
theeUuef Mauwitle, Tliat It shalllje unlawful
for any trnvellnir or itinerant persen te offer
for sale spectacles or eyo-jrlnsse within tbe
limits of the city of Maysvillc "without having
first obtained a license ns provided herein.
Ske. 2. Every traveling; or Itinerant persen
desiring te pcddle or sell spectacles or eyo eye eyo
RliiBses in the city of Mnysville shall, before
doing se, obtain from the Mayer of enld city a
llconse ee te de at f 35 per year te sell tlic said
articles, and no llconse shall be Issued f r less
than 0110 year.
Sec. 3, Any person found guilty of violat
ing section ene of this ordlnance shall be
fined the sum of $50 for each offense.
Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in ferce and
take effect from and after Its passage
Adopted In Council Mny 5th, 181C.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
Mahtik A. O'Haiie. City Clerk.
Te Present Tampering With Street Mailligr
llexes In the City of Ala) s Iu.
licit ordained Inilht neartlnf Omnctlmen of
Ihcelluef Mayeville, That It shnll be unlawful
for any person or persons te tamper with nny
of the strcet mailing boxes, or te tuke or col
lect any mall matter therefrem. It shall also
be unlawful for any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform, Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes at ether than the usual und rcgulnr col
Si.0. 2. lie it further nrdatned, Thnt any
person violating any of the previsions of this
ordinance shnll, upon conviction before the
Mayer, be punishable by a line of net letB
than ten dollars nor mero than fifty dollars
for each offense, te be collected and accounted
ler as ether fines.
Sec. 3. lie it further erdrtned. That this or
dinance shall be In full force and effect from
and after its passage,
Adopted In Council May 6th, llW.
WILLIAM H. COX, President,
Makti.v O'Hahe. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Traveling; or Itinerant Docter
from Practicing Medicine In the
City of Mays vllle.
Be in ordained hy the Beard of Councilmen of
the city of Maunville, That itshall be unlawful
for any travellng or Itinerant doctor te prac
tice medicine in any of its branches within
the limits or this city. Te open an ollice for
such purpose, or nnnounce te the public in
nny ether way an intention te practice medi
cine, shall be an offense within the meaning of
this ordinance. Provided that nothing in UiIb
ordlnance shall be construed ns prohibiting
any reputable physician or surgeon from any
ether place being cnlled here, either te visit a
patient, or In consultation with any reputable
phjslclanef this city.
Sec. S. Any person convlcted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this ordl erdl ordl
naneo shall be lined the sum of ilfty dollars
for each day se engaged In the practice of
Sec. 3. This ordlnance shall be in effect
from nnd alter Its passage.
Adopted in Council May 5tb, 1892.
WILLIAM 11. COX, President.
MAUTtsf A. O'Haiie, City Clerk.
A First-class Line of
Found in a Drag; Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Consumers of Oil.
I have a large supply of Oil for
All at Lewest Prices. V TT.T.S. &n.
J. JAMES WOOD,
DRUGGIST, Maysville Ky.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are still In the
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS!
Estimates made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 4.17, MAYSVILLE. KY.
Small, the Tailor
CAN HE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
.Ne. HO Markrt Strrst,
Opposite Ontrnl Hetel.
W.II.WtnSWOUTtl.tfll. 1 W.H.WADSWOHTlt, JH.
ATI ORA'EYS AT LA W.
The general practice of Law.
T. II. N. smith. TWTT8T'
The talent luteal A)uithittcfer the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping jour tceth and gnnie In order
nse Suimnln. beet teeth wash Jcnewn te the
w erlil. Office. Second street.
Netice of'lncei'iMmition of Maysville
1. Netice Is hereby given that Jehn T. Flom Flem
Ing. J C. Peeer, T, H. N, Smith, Ernie White,
I). Hech Ingcr, Clcen C. Owens, J. A. Heed,
Themas It. Phlstef. V. IV. Hall and M. J. Mc
Carthy have formed a corporation named
Mnysville Sanitarium Company, In accordance
with the previsions of Chapter M, General
2. The principal place of business Is Mays
ville, Masen county, Kentucky.
:t. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Mnysville
for the cure or the liquor, tobacco and mer-,
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares el ten dollars each, te be
paid ter In money or ether property ns may be
agreed upon, te he paid In en call of Directors.
5. ThoceriKirntlon begins MayHth.lbBS, and
Is te continue for twent .five ears.
0. The business nf the company shall be
managed bv a Heard or flve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
and who shall held office for one ear ami
until their micccrsera nie elected and qual.
fled. Tbe Directors shall from thelr number
elect a President and Vice-President, Hd
from their number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer,
T. The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation I te sub sub
)eet Itsell Is two thousand dollars.
8. The private property of the steeVhek!s
Is te be exemht from the eentenite dtM.
JOHN T. VLKMINU. PHr. ,
Attest r Them. It Phistbh, See. swl TreM,