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f Hi Cincinnati CandMwta Ban. J. fj.
ranker-He Haealvaar an -HJiaisisa, aaf
to Kaaaonna to Call Make Two Nhnrt
fiMtN to an lamiiiH and Knthtul-
Mtle Crowd of People.
Kennodj clearly hid the lead among the
delegates tad onUlden yesterday morning
an lrnmoTi flew thick and fast to the effect
that Forfcker'l nam would not be presented.
Careful observers estimated that the head of
the old ticket If plaoed In nominatlon'wonld
not get note than a 'two-fifths rote on the
first ballot, and would' get' less thereafter.
Bnt the shrewd Cincinnati politicians In
charge 'of' Foraker's Interest circulated the'
word that i Judge Foraker, accompanied bj
more than one hundred delegates pledged 'to
his support, would arrive at half past three
and then prepared to gtre htm a hearty1
reception. Runners were sent out and Fora'
ker men In abundance were prevailed upon to
wait at the Arcade Depot for the train, and
handsome Foraker badges were distributed
anong the large, crowd present' The train
was nearly an hoar, late, bat the crowd waited
patiently and welcomed It with cheers. Whin
Judge Foraker appeared on the platform the
cheering was renewed. The Judge was ae
oompaaied by Amor' Smitb, W. B. Smith, D
W. McClunjj, L. A. Eahelby, Lewis Season
good, and most of the other seventy-seven
Hamilton county delegates, and the Mont
gomery delegation, headed by Major Blck
ha'm, R. M.'Norln and Al. Kumler, escorted
bra Dayton and a portion of the Twelfth
ward' Foraier club. As soon as he entered'
tne Arcade Hotel Judge Foraker' was called
for, and after 'some lively music from the
band, stepping out upon the balcony, made
the following speech:
Mt Fmiow Gmzcss I sincerely thank1
yon for this very kind, cordial and comph'.
mentary greeting, and I sincerely trust that
by this time tomorrow afternoon I may hate
occasion to thank yoa again. Applause. I
hare come here, however (and with just
a wordl shall excuse myself), in order that
I might attend this convention and with 'you
help to give- expression to the. Republican
sentiment of the State of Ohio. Ap
plause. Whether you see fit to
entrust ' our' party banner again
to " my hands, or to give it to my
worthy tid esteemed- friends, General Ken
nedy or General Beatty, or to anyone else
who shall be wanted, I pledgel yoa that no
man in Ohio will better satisfied with the
result than I shall be. And T say to you
that whether yon give It to me or'tooneOf
them, the ticket nominated by this Conven
tion ,wlll have no heartier "upport from any
man than that which I shall give to it from
the''8rst to the last' day of the campaign.
It is a matter of but little comparative con
sequence what one of the leaders yoa may
name, but it Is a matter of the highest mo
ment that the campaign which we have come
here for the purpose of Inaugurating shall be
made triumphant and successful. What we
waniio ao is to keep np f om this time until
the election In Otnh, tM. .-,!,. 17" i u
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neia tne result mar Insnre 'and crln.
new life' to Repablicanlsm throughout the
whole United Slates of America.
At the end of this neat little speech Mr.
Foraker was enthusiastically applauded.
After the band had played another selection,
the crowd again set to yelling for Foraker
nd presently he again appeared upon the
balcony, and spoke as follows:
"I certainly very much appreciate the
compliment of being called here a
second- time. It thero are any
people that I would more gladly than any
other make such a response to, it U the peo
ple who are here today who came from the
city of Dayton.
"There are quite a number of other dis-
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compliment which you have seen fit
to confer upon me." (Applause.)
The excitement at this time was great. The
Arcade was densely packed, and the waving
of bunting on every side and of the banner
of the Foraker club, together with the ap
pearance of the crowd, many of whom wore
white hats, and most of whom displayed
badges, gave a foretaste of what1 may be ex
pected before the nominee of the Republican
party Is chosen.
The Foraker boom thus started was kept
up until an early hour this irorning,'and
will be renewed about eight o'clock, at'whlch
honr preparations will be made to receive the
Blaine club, of Cincinnati. While the boom
is Interesting, the startling fact remains nev
ertheless true, that incoming delegations re
port ench disaffection towards Foraker as
makes his nomination extremely improbable.
Loa-an Uountr's Candidate.
The Ohio Stale Journal of Wednesday has
iho following sketch of Gen. R. P. Kennedy,
of Logan county:
As the name of General R. P. Kennedy
will' be prevented to the Springfield conven
tion as gubernatorial candidate the readers
of the State Journal will be Interested l:i a
.sketch of his ills and public services. The
following is taken from Whitelaw Reld's
"Ohio in the War":
"R. P. Kennedy was at college in Con
necticut 't the commencement of the re
bellion. He' hastened to his home In Ohio
and Joined, the Twenty-third Ohio as second
lieutenant June 1, 1801. On February 0,
1862, be was promoted to first lieutenant,
and served as, assistant adjutant
general on General Scatnmon's staff
at the battles of Cub Rnn, South
Mountain and Antietam. On October 7,
1862, he was appointed assistant adjutant
general of United States volunteers, with the
rank of captain, and sssigned to duty on
General Crook's staff. He served In this
capacity during the campaign of the Army
of the Cumberland, from immediately after
the battle of Stone river until alter the battle
of Mission Ridge In November, 1863.
"Captain Kennedy served on General Ken
nen Garrard's staff through the Atlanta cam
paign and at its close wss ordered by General
Grant to the Department of West Virginia,
and was made adjutant general of that de
partment. "On November 17, 1864, he was promoted
to major and' assistant adjutant general of
volunteers,' and lieutenant colonel by brevet.
He served In this capacity on the staff of
General Crook, commanding the department
until March, 1865, when for gallant and mer
itorious services he was made cclonel of tbe
One Hundred and Nldety.sixth regiment
Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was mustered
out September 10, 1865, after which he be
gan the practice of law In his native town,
Bellclontainc, 0. His brevet rank as briga
dler general dates from March 13, 1865.
"HaviDg practiced his profession until
1878, he was appointed and commissioned
by President naves collector for th Fourth
collection district of Ohio, in which capacity
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General Kennedy has always been a zeal
ous Republican, taking an active part in all
its campaigns since be was mustered out of
the army, rendering distinguished service
as a speaker, not onlr at hnm h. i
he New Enzland Hrat-i N vnv
rcuuayirama ana manv nf ih .,..
States also. His ability as a public speaker
is of a high order. In the discharge of all
public duties confided to him he has always
shown ulmself faithful and capable. With
out Intending to express any preference as
between the distinguished gentlemen whose
names will be presented to the convention,
justice requires ot us the opinion that if the
choice fall upon General Kennedy the stand-
a art mill .. I a . a .
.u nui urn i connaea to unworthy hands.
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Hen. T. W.atrbtberW.
To ths fidltor of the OloU-tUpublloi
Wamkorita, 0., June 10. While all in.
terest seems to bo centered In the Governor
ship, the delegates should not-lose sight of
the fact that the "makeup" of tbe balance of
the ticket Is of the greatest importance. The
candidates chosen should bo those of the
greatest strength and be lalrly representative
of the several sections of the State. If
Foraker Is accorded the first place the con
vention could not better display its wisdom
than to nominate Hon. T. W. Ilrotherton, of
Auglaize county, tor Lieutenant Governor.
This nomination would stir up a degree of
enthusiasm in the Northwest, such as has
never been known in this Democratic
Gibraltar. The plucky Republicans of
Auglaite.who carried off the banner Ihl880,
and who last fall made another tremendous
stride (33.0 per cent, gain), would make the
woods ring with their delight, and It
may safely1 bo said, would carry
that Bonrbon county for Mr. Brotherton.
The northwest has never had a Republican
candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and Au
glaize never a representative upon the State
ticket They present in the candidacy of
Mr. Brotherton a sterling Republican, an ex
cellent lawyer, a ronslng stumper, and a gen
tleman of Integrity of character; one who
has spent much of his time and means for
tbe cause, and a man whose reputation Is
without spot or blemish. Northwest.
About nine o'clock lasteven!ng,In response
to repeated calls from the crowd massed In
the Arcade, General Beatty appeared at the
south balcony, and, durbg a lull lu the mu
sic, spoke for about ten minuter. He said
that while many present had their first
choice, and mamy their second, It would be
found after tbe nomination had been made by
the Convention, that the nominee would be the
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will be elected, by a large majority I
none too average American citizen, raid
General Beatty,- is a man of many ideas, the
irreat men havn hMn ninillvmon !!-
dominant idea. It was the almost one-ideaed
Whltely and Leffel that laid the
foundations nf IndiiKi-tn- Ml. .4
your city from a struggling vlllago to a great
" mrmug cuy. oo in pouues, tne party
of one dominant idea is destined to succeed if
that Idea be one grounded in truth and jus
tice. Such an organization has been the
Republican party, and in the coming cam
paign it enters, as before, with the watch
words of liberty, a free ballot and a fair
count, and It is bound to win.
General Beatty retired amid the cheers of
his supporters. Interspersed with calls for
Foraker and Kennedy from the constituents
of tbe two last-named.
Capt. P. Folkerth, candidate for Board ot
Public Works and Dr. W. G. Bryant, of this
city, met today for the first time since they
were prisoners together In the Tavlor hainl
tal, In Winchester, Virginia, durinc the war.
Dr. Bryant at that time, though a prisoner,
was in charge of the hospital and was instru
mental in helping Capt Folkerth to escape.
The Captain was suffering from a ssvere
wound but got Inside of the Union lines and
was cared for by Oen. Robert Schenck, of
Dayton. It is neelless to add that Dr. Bry
ant Is now for Folkerth and Fo'kerth for Dr.
Hon. B. W. Arnett of Xenln. who
into the next legislature; Col. Bob. Harlan,
or uincinnati, delegate from the 6th ward;
Rev. R. A. Johnson, delegate from Mus
kingum, and Mr. George E. Coinly, ot Cin
cinnati, honored the GtOBK-RxrcBLio bya
call, last night.
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QLOM MEPTOJQ THUBflDAg MOBUnffdw JUICE 11 188B
Dr. W. II. Humphrey hs relurWd I
reekVvlslt in the iloosler State'. He
w-.kVUlrin ,1.-1 iiA.i- hi.i-1 ti- ...
- -.. m iu nuuaici M.n.v lie iiubi
uiuai oi me time at Merom attending the ex
ercises of commencement week at the Union
Christian college, whore ho was 'formerly pro
lessor of' Latin.
Tbe graduating class of the commercial
department held a supper and social at the
residence of James Lytle Saturday evening.
About fifty were present and took supper on
the lawn. The cornet band furnished music.
The Ladles' Aid Society held a festival at
tbe Christian church Saturday evening. The
attendance was small, many of the usual
patrons going to the banquet at Mr. Lytle's.
The latter was free.
Miss Kleanor Tlbbltts, of Cleveland, will
make the loartn member of the' senior class.
She came within a tew days of finishing the
course several years ago, but was called home
A patty from Dayton Inaugurated tbe pic-'
"- koj uu iuo tiru ifruuuus oniurunj. II
the churches of Darton have really begun to
take excursions these were of the German
Reformed we may expect about three fa
week for a month or two. This psrty came
by special train of five cars.
Many persons hold strange notions about
the locusts, which, by the way, are not truly
locusts, bat seventeen-year cicadas. Tbe lol
lowlngare a few facta about our visitors : They
do not eat the leaves of trees or plants as
some suppose. An' examination will show
mat tney cannot, for they have not the
cutting lateral paws of the leaf-eaters, but
have a tongue or sucker not uollke that of
flies or bees. Only tbe males make the sound
we bear. It la produced by a white corru
gated membrane under the wing on each side.
This vibrates and Is itself a part of the wrll
of a large cavity which acts as a resonan
box and Is situated on the under side and be
tween 'the thorax and abdomen. The wings
and legs hare nothing to do with the
sound. The females are provided with a drill
shaped ovipositor, with which when a longi
tudinal Incision is made In the young branch
ol a tree they Insert their eggs, about 500 In
number, In two rows In the cavity ol the"
pltb. These batch In about six weeks and
the young larva: fall to tbe ground, enter It'
and attach themselves by their beats to the
roots ot the tree and there remain for nearly
seventeen years, living upon its sap, when
they come forth, shed their pupa shell and fly
away as perfect Insects.
The Catawba brass band will have an ice
cream and strawberry festival in the village
the evening of the 25th Inst.
Dr. Buffington and family, of Harysville,
0., visited friends in the village last Saturday.
Messrs. J. 0. Conway and T. B. Pearson
will soon graduate at Wooster University.
Next year the latter will teach iu a new col
lege at Minneapolis, Minr.
Mrs. N. M. McConkey returned Saturday
from a protracted visit to her daughter at Ft.
M. M. McConkey will teach another year
at CliitOU. Nothloir ancri.pfti HIta MinsMa
and Milt has it
Dr. A. E. McConkey will return to Cincin
nati Ibis fall and resume duties the same as
last year. This summer be will be associated
with Dr. Converse in Urbana.
F. A. Bloyer, once a resident of the vll
lage, is now a member of the firm of Arnold
Bloyer, doing a thriving business as slate
roofers at Chambersbnrg, Pa.
Tbe Slight frOStS ot TnemUr mn.nlm. l.t
did little or no damage,
The Misses Hoffman, Rote and Anna M.,
will return In Ohln IM. ft.1l Tl,.. -.Ill
teach at South Charleston, the former in A
Grammar grade and the latter in D Primary,
both at salaries of $50 per month.
Miss May Hemter will grsduate at Hllls
boro Female College on the 20th Inst.
J. W. 8bockey is engaged extensively In
the manu'acture of screen doors.
Handsomest Rooms in America.
Salnrday nlght'Jatrles Hopkins had a son
rtl mare stolen ont of his pasture.' Up to
this writing no clue to the animal or thief. '
The colored people will open np their yearly
camp.meetlng In Sweeney's Grove, June 20
to July 12. 1885. Kxcifrtlon trains wilt be
run from Xenla, Springfield, Dayton, Colum
bus and other places eech Sunday, The
Sweeney Grdvo Is the sacred place where
Blaine and Governor Long gave us a great
compliment for such a fine, beautiful spot,
last fall, during their visit here. The grove
Is used only for plcnlo parties and camp-meetings.
Jesse Mead, J. P. Gatlough and J. V.
Forgy were here Saturday, last adjusting the
loss of John Hopkln's loss by firo In the
Clark County Fire Insurance Company. This
company baa had several losses of late,- but
met them all promptly and satisfactorily.
John O'Connor was burled from the Oath
ollc church here to-day.
W. H. Brown' has started n smalt manu
factory of furniture, and still there Is room
and a fine opening for a larger shop.
The most Important question now is who
will get tickets to the State Convention?
The wise ones are asking who Is the Chair
man or the State Central Committee, and the
GLOBS-Rsrosi.io is sought for to find his
name more than a rush to get the first mall.
Representative timber Is dwindling down
to the little end of the horn, and now Madi
son township says we want the Senator. I
expect we may want the Governorship on
the 11th J jtm
Mrs. Nora Young, wife of Mr. George
Young and daughter of Mr. Ben. Suddoth,
died Tuesday at 4 o'clock from a short sick
ness, only taking sick last Saturday. She
was a consistent member1 ol the M. E
Church and a member of the choir. She
was married about six months ago." She
died triumphantly In the faith which charac
terized her life. The titte of the funeral has
not been j determined on account of distant
As there seems to be some misunderstand
ing In some quarters as to Dr. Neff 's relation
to the Senatorial campaign, your correspond
ent will state that be is a candidate and pur
poses to place himself In the hands of his
friends at the Senatorial Convention.
Mr. Simon Jenkins has bought and
moved onto the Baush farm.
The denomination known
Brethren" held tholt- nnn.l
s the "River
menclns last Tiiunnlnv ot V.
and closed Sabbath.
TemDerance meetlnrr at Anhnrv . p.i
day evening. Dr. A. B. Leonard and others
irom Bpringbeld will make the addretses.
As next Sunday is Children's Day, they
have decided tr, hold n nnfA-t-inm-... ....
Sunday evening at Asbury, consisting of re-
prMB,, isu,ufcj nuu ingiDg, a collection
will be taken to go towards tbe childrens'
All ber friend will be glad to know that
Miss Nettie Rickard is convalescing.
Marco B. Morrow, the bey orator, will give
one of his very interesting elocutionary en
tertainments in tbe Concord M. P. church at
Pitchin, on next Friday evening, June 12, at
8 o'clock. The recitation's ot Master Morrow
will be Insterspersed with vocal aud Instru
mental music under the direction of Miss
Mina Tuttle. A very pleasant evening Is ex
pected, and all are. invited to attend. Ad
mission 10 cents.
Mr. David D. Taylor, of the Guernsey
Times, is the guest of Mrs. Racbael Dill.
Capt. A. A. Taylor and Mr. 0.- P. Taylor,
also of tbe Times, are at tbe same place.
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Mr. Henry Dunkle and with returned troa
a visit to Brandt Saturday.
A Sunday school township mass tteettns
rJ"b,? htlke, 8bb,h "the MuddyRuS
church, south of Knonj at J o'clock- p. and
again In the evening at the U. K. church In
hnon. The president or the county Union,.
0. H. Nichols, editor of the GioM-RtrDstto
will be on band to give us one ol bis strong
speeches. Other good speaker! will be pres-
erclse m0,l WUl ' VH ot ,h ex"
The W. 0. T. 0 held a spirited meeting at
Mrs. Ambrose Miller's on last Thursday.' Miss
S. R. fchankMrs. Glrard and Mrs. 8. J. Mc
Clurewere elected delegates to the State
convention, which will! meet at Ken
Li11 u j, Jbl, com,n Thursday. Miss
Shank and Mrs. George and 8. J. McClnre
were In attendance on the county meeting at
'"'"'ThoMr. Theladliof thiM.
E. church will give a strawberry social at the
chu.ch on Tuesday evening, June 16th, r0r
the benefit of the church. Ice cream and
cake will also be on the bill of far.
Dr. Duckwell has purchased a handsome
ron gray pony which he'ls engaged in brik
Ing to drive.
Mr-RolLorDaytooiphlo,!! visiting his
cousin, Miss Mattle Clayton, sooth or Root,
Music fills the air the voice of the locust
Is heard In all the land.
Farmers are much encouraged, everything,
Is looking prosperous. There will be more
wheat, from present Indications, than was ex
pected a few weeks ago.
Al. Campbell and John Stewart are hardly
accountable for thelrantlcs nowadays. John
says he is the best looking papa; Al. thinks
that be is much mistaken. A booming boy
in each home Is tbe cause of the controversy.
All doing well.
The grocery firm of Orohood and Jones
has dissolved. Orohood will continue the
business at the same place.
Mr. B. L. Wlnget and wife, of Dayton; 0.,
spent Sunday with the family of Rev.- Wln
get Thl Plattsburg, Vienna and Summerford,
christian churches have arranged to hold a
two day's grove meetlnv nn Jnl 11 .A
26. Pres. D. A. Long, of Antioch College,
has been Invited to assist tbe pastor.
Our new school house will soon be ' under
way, tbe contract having been given to an
Miami's Favorite Hon.
Hon.M. B. Karnhart, of Miami county,
whose canvass for Attorney General is de
veloping great strength is one ot the foremost
Attorneys of the Miami county Bar. He has
been twice elected Prosecutor of his county
and made one of the most efficient tbe county
ever had. He Is a good lawver belno-
clear, logical thinker, and a tireless worker.
tie is very popular in his section, and bis
name upon the State ticket wnnid unii,..
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It In tbe Miami Valley.
Judge Hogs, of Kenton, heads the Hardin
couty delegation. The Judge and our Mr.
W. 0. Downey were "boys together." The
Judge was in the Forty-first and Forty-lourth
Congresses, was previously Judge of tbe Su
preme Court of South Carolina, and Is now
President of the First National Bank, of
Mr. Tom. 0. Rajnolds, of Akron's blazing
Daily Beacon, and Mr. Frank S. Presbrey,
editorial and business manager of tbe
Youngstown Daily News-Reglster, wblch
registers all the news every time, arrived last
Students! can enter, at any
time; as the instruction is individual.
Mi StotflUH'lkw the ItorT The An
' Mad Of.
AllhotghU very one-sided (flair, u to
wre,.tJM4ntmAtihe'baseball prk yester.
dar afternoon hatwMn th rtna ..!
Sprlngfieldt was really an Interesting and
.v..-i.-.v.. wumi, iu opnagneias maxing
bat two or three errors and tbe Daytoni not
many more. The Dayton battery, Aydelotte
and Zaug, la a fairly good one, and would be
very effective wl.h any team not so good at
slugging as the Sprlngfields. As It was,
they made eleven ibase. hits, with a total of
seventeen bases, eight of these being made In
the first inning and two of the three rani
la that Inning earned. Arundel and Faata
were the battery for the Sprlngfields, Aran
del being hit safely bnt five timet, with total
bases five.' The Daytont were shot out 'only
by the actually phenomenal work' of1 tbe
home players, hits J that seemed Inevitably
safe counting an out for the batter, byi the
great fielding of Baker, West, Shoupe, Ard
ner and Fisher. In the second Inning Day.
ton had men on second and third, both of
whom were run out between bases In ,. the
neatest manner. Tali sharp play was repeat,
ed In the fourth, two men being left on bases.
In the same Inning, Morrison, Ktussman and
Hughes, of the, Daytoni, made a brilliant
The time for advertising the game being
very short the crowd, was small, but, this
afternoon when the same -teams meet
gain, It Is likely to be all It should and good
port Is promised; Aydelotte, tbe . Dayton
pitcher,' la said to' be the Inventor of the new
game of base ball with', cards, recently de
scribed in the Cincinnati papers.
The Sprlngfields -go to Columbus .Friday
and Saturday and to Dayton Sunday, Man
ager Fisher thinks If the present political ex
citement can be tided over, there willbe a
revival of interest and patronage and of tbe
i Inter-State League.- Consequently the team
will hold together for the present.
Following is the score by Innings:
Inn Inn- 1 28488719
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Sprtngfltld .......S 0010131
Umalre-P. Carroll, of Spring laid.
Theare haa evMnntln ha .n.tJ t.i.
laxity' in the distribution of press tlcksts.
Some country weeklies, who always clip'
their reports from the dailies, or who get
the convention report! as plate matter, have
been assigned seats, while large, and, well
known Sute dallies have been slighted, and
find It difficult to get even entrance ticket!.
At least one press privilege was openly of
fered for sale by tbe recipient, both before
and alter the privilege bad been secured from
tbe committee. Such things may .be una
voidable, but they should be watched!
Tbe Naiad Queen.
The Grand Opera House was packed from
top to bottotn,"wlth a fine audience last even
ing to witness the special revival of the mag.
nlficent spectacle, "Tbe Natad, Queen." The
performers hare lost none of their proficiency
bya few days' rest,-and the scenery is as
grand and gorgeous as ever. Thla evening
entertainment, closes tbe Mason, and none
noma miss seeing tbe, spectacle, which, Is,
without doubt, the. finestever presented In
A canvass was made on the I. B. k W.
train from Sanduskr iust belnr it n,ii4
here this afternoon, with many delegate! to
.n couTenuon ana, tbe vote stood: Kenne
dy 89, Foraker 23. Beattv 1. Krlflnv m,'..
Foster was a passenger on tbe train bnt de
clined io express a preference.
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