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Democrats of Thoto States Lino
Up for Froo Silver.
IiW TOEX DECLARES FOS GOLD
TSai n S Fallay af "tt,- Fay
Wkkh It Win Caatiaas m friaHi
nalut Fathmlartki far ka White
Mate! aaa MattWan. kat Waal IM-Umi
TaHSTil.a, Cilta SUailtja.
lamsjiapoLis, June 26. "Free aUrer
aad Qorertioc Matthews far president"
was the slogan of aearlrall the Innur raf
whoaathered la TonUinaoa ball . in thin
city yesterday at the state eonTenUoa.
Theaoktlnan had B6thtn to do except
look an. The enthusiasm far the above
snenttooed sloaaa was wild, and when It
raraanuanH, WM annoM wetnra . v : ' . t.
NT (Kb imn lwnlntin . I lUDW .-a TUB
VST mlvtr harlna; nearly aU
deJehatei, would hear to nothing bat
an naanalrocej declaration and th plank
ss reported waa adopted. The dim-men
aaptared ererythina, inatraetrna; then- del
Satos to Chtoaao ta stead through thick
and thin by the meet extreme Urerde
UTeraneeand the nomination of Claude
Matthews to the presideoey. The candi
date for goremor, Shlvely. appeared after
he had been ' declared the nominee and
made a rtgoronsry enthusiastic speech, gir-
uia; mKiat attention - to the mdorsement
of the stlrer plank.. :
When nominations tor state officers were
called for B. F. Shivery, of South Bend,
was nominated Trite nthnsiaam, and the
ticket ailed aa follows: ; Uoutenant goe
ernoT, John T. Lawior; secretary of state,
Basanel ML Balston, of Bonne county;
auditor, Joseph T. Fantuna of Indiaaapo-
i Rnwmr, Morgan nanaier, of Ureen
flold; attorner aeoeral. John O. MeXntt.
6f Torre Haute; supreme court reporter.
euutt n arrum, or imuanapotla: superin
tendent of public instruction, W. B. St.
Clair, of Stark; state statistician, O. H.
Downey, of Noble.
The alternates at larsje are: John K.
Lamb, Terra Haute; D.- F. Utter. Frank.
fort; John C Kelson, Ijogansport, and C
a- - lnorpe, WasUngton. Candidates
for appellate Judge were nominated aa
follows: First district, Edwin Taylor;
Second, Frank E. Gavin; Third, Theodore
P. Davis; Fourth, O. J. Lotz; Fifth, Geo.
E. Boss. ' ...-
BTJCKETK 8TATK DEMOCRACY.
OOVBRMOn CLAUDE MATTHKWS.
eame to Indorsing It the thing was dono
with a whoop. It is seldom that a state
convention Is as unanimous for any line
of policy as this one was for free and un
limited coinage of silver. B. C Bell, of
Allen county, was the chairman and made
a red-hot free silver speech, which was ap
plauded at every sentence.
WeaM Speak la Plata Terms.
In closing his address ho snid: "I con
jure you to speak in no uncertain terms.
This Issue silver overshadows all others.
Let us- sink all personal considerations
and preferences In deference to the com
mon good. Other matters of Importance
will come before you. We seem to be
called upon to make special effort to main
tain the Democratic doctrine of President
Monroe that .we shall not tolerate any
further encroachments of foreign powers
upon the territory of this country by way
of acquisition, no' matter nnder what
guise; that we are in favor of raising suffi
cient revenue by taxation for the support
of the government economically admln-
Isterd and no more; that a tax is never a
blessing; that good character and good
ciuzensnip are tne result ana outgrowth
of Individudl education and develonment.
and that you cannot make men good by
statutory' or .restrictive legislation, aad
tnot the Democratic party is in favor now.
as It always has been, of the largest de
gree of personal liberty for the citiaen con
sistent with good government and the
saiecy oi tne puonc.
First Woenaa Delegate la History.
The preliminaries of the convention
soon attended to and the credentials com
mittee reported favoring the free silver
delegates Inmost cases where there Were
contests. It transpired during this period
of business that for the first time in the
history of political conventions in Indiana
a female delegate, fully and duly ac
credited, was on' the floor. She Is Mrs.
Antoinette D. Leach, of Sullivan. She is
m lawyer oy proieanon. r or eiectorsat-
large, the following were named: Jason
Brown, of Seymour, and John B. 8 toll, of
South Bend, and David & Gooding, of
Hanoock.and GL A. Howard for contingent
elcctors-at-large. For delegate -a tr large
Senators Daniel W. Voorhees and David
Turple and James D. McCabe,of Williams-
port, and G. V. Menzies,of Mount Vernon,
were chosen. Shanklln withdrew his name
deference to Governor Matthews' wish
that Menzies should get the place.
BIlT.r Flank af the Platform.
The platform which wesadootodas read.
OOTrrs aU the political Issues, but gives
tne nrst place to the silver question, the
pita oi tne aeolaratlon on that point be
ing as follows: "We reaffirm our ad
herence to the faithful Democratic doc
trine of bimetallism, and therefore we de
mand the immediate restoration of bimet
allism by Sha froo and unrestricted coin
age of both silver and gold as primary
money at the ratio of 16 to 1 without wait
ing the co-operation of Great Britain or
any other foreign power, ail such coinage
to be full legal tender in payment of all
oeots, puouc or private.
What la SaM mm the TmriB
' On the tariff the following is the opin
ion of the Indiana Democracy: "That we
believe the existing tariff laws will he
xuiiy equal to all demand for needed rev
enue for the expenses of government econ
omically administered under the condi
tions which will arise from the restoration
The platform closes with a plank in
structing delegate to vote for Governor
Matthews for president, first, last, and all
the time, and to use ail honorable efforts
to secure his nomination. The delegates
are Instructed to vote as a unit on all
questions involving platform or candidate
in the convention. -
BTOTM FAILS TO STEM THE TIDE.
Ha Tries to MwUfy the Free SUver Decte-
ratlea Beta Ticket.
Just here Bynnm arose and offered aaan
amendment to the silver resolution the
declaration enunciated by the Democratic
national convention in 1803, holding to the
use of both gold and silveras the standard
money of the country, and to the coinage
of ban gold and sliver without dlscrlml
nation against either metal or change of
mintage, ine sesoiution. Bynnm said.
was adopted by the last Desaoeratio .
ttoaal i amaaliae by a most overwhslin
He told how 'the attempt to Insert the
word Tree" before "coinaao" had been
overwhelmingly-defeated, and how that
plank of the platform had been Interpreted
by Cleveland, whom the Indiana Demo
crats had indorsed, knowing well hie views
oa th aaaaeea. - It this was Democracy
four years 'ago; If under this banner in
scribed with this principle in the hands of
a man that was never known to capitulate
ferassor'eaasta waaawnrfara until
Oaa af th Delegate Wants to Bounce a
Plctar. of Cleveland.
Columbus, June 85. The feature of the
Democratic state convention was the at
tempt of a delegate to have removed from
the ball a picture of President Cleveland.
The delegate was Reuben Turney and his
fate was to be hissed and derided until he
sat down. The rest of the proceedings had
no more feature of novelty than the Illi
nois convention held Tuesday. The action
of the gathering on those matters that
are of interest outside the state was a fore
gone conclusion; there was nothing unex
pected happened. '
Free silver ruled the meeting and the
platform adopted had just two planks,
the second one instructing the delegates
to Chicago to vote as a unit and always
for free silver. The pith of the first Is:
That we are unalterably opposed to the
single gold standard, and demand an im
mediate return to the constitutional
money of gold and silver by the restora
tion by this government, independent of
other nations, of the unrestricted coinage
of both silver and gold into standard
money at 'the ratio of 16 to 1, and upon
terms of exact equality existing prior to
i&73f sucn sliver coin to be a lull legal
tender, equally with gold, for all debts
and dues, public and private."
There was a minority report, but it was
"not in the running." The vote on the
platform was free stiver, 543; "honest
money," 128 so it is shown that the gold
men were stronger than they were expect
ed to be.
Dclegates-at-large to Chicago: Allen W.
Thnrnian, of Columbus; E. B. Flnley, of
Bncyrus; U K. ' Holden, of Cleveland.
and John B. McLean, of Cincinnati.
State ticket: Secretary of state, Chil
ton A. White, of Georgetown: ludee
of the supreme court, E. J. Blamlin, of
JleveIana'Tdudabd dairy commissioner.
Patrick McKcown; member board of
public works, William Beaumont.
Colonel W. S. Taylor wes temporary
and General A. J. Warner permanent
chairmen of the convention. Both made
free silver speeches. The convention did
its work by 5 p. m. and adjourned sine die.
It was primarily a silver convention and
secondarily the budding of a boom for
John R. McLean for the presidential nom
ination at Chicago. Of the 673 delegates
542 voted for free silver and 618 for Mo-
an. Three men were mentioned by the
delegates as Ohio's favorite for the Chi
cago nomination McLean, Campbell ad
Hookwalter. Ex-Governor Campbell has
been a favorite until the silver tidal wave
struck the state, but he was considered too
conservative on the silver question.
When bx-Governor Campbell and his
friends arrived here and found the senti
ment drifting for McLean or Bookwalter
they supported the former, defeating
Bookwalter in a hot fight for delegate and
thus ending the Bookwalter boom for
president and leaving the field, so far as
Ohio is concerned, to McLean with the
unit rule annexed. John B. McLean Is
proprietor of the Cincinnati Enquirer and
has been advocating free silver for years in
his paper. ' - -
HUX1 MONETARY PLATFORM.
Th Senator Prepares One That th New
York Democracy Adopts.
SARATOGA, June 83. The Democratic
state convention that met here yesterday
was very enthusiastic whenever the names
of Hill or Whitney were mentioned. John
Boyd Thatcher presided both temporarily
and permanently and the following gen
tlemen were appointed delegates-at-large
to Chicago: David B. Hill, Edward Mur
phy, Roswell P. Flower and Frederick R.
Condcrt. Alternates Robert EarL S. M.
Weed, Jacob A. Canter, William PnrcelL
The plank of the platform referring to
the silver question is most of the platform,
ao elaborate is it in explanation. It de
clares that the wisdom of Jefferson, that
"the monetary unit must stand on both
metals." has been engrafted into the plat
fcrmof every Democratic national con
vention; charges the Republicans with de
monetizing silver and thereby bringing
about the present state of monetary de
pression; declares that the closing of the
wide difference between the value of gold
and silver resulting from the act of the
Republicans is a problem the solution of
which is of the greatest importance, but
agrees that it is not In the power of the
United States to do it alone. "
To attempt its solution alone would, the
plank ' says, simply make us a mono
metallic nation with silver as the one
metal, like China and Mexico, and any
thing tending In that direction should
be resisted with the fervor of both par
ti mn ship and patriotism by Democrats
everywhere, when the adoption of such a
course threatens, as K does, untold evils
to our nation s commerce and Industry,
a . a a "The Democrats of Xew York
make the following declaration of their
principles: We favor gold and
fiver as the standard money of the coon
try; We are opposed as a permanent
financial policy to gold mcnometallisni on
one band, or to silver monometallism on
the other hand. The pledge contained In
the repeal of the Sherman law, which re
peal was passed by a Democratic ciiufti'ass
and approved by a Democratic president,
sbouw DC taftalulty carrteU out
"We believe that each Ismetalllsss as
which th nation t
Jurrent aftWan af
the leading nations of the world. Until
Intemannnal oo-operaUna for taanalliam
can be we ired to which end atl our ef
forts aa a government- and asepenple
should he In good faith directed we favor
the rigid maintenance of the present fold
standard, essential to th preeervatioa of
our national credit, th redemption of oar
public pledges and the keeping inviolate
of onr country's honor.
-We Insist that all our paper and stiver
currency shall be kept absolutely at a
parity with gold."
The platform favors the law enabling
the treasnry to Issue bonds when necessary
to maintain the public credit aad ret Urates
our adherence to the principle of - a tarin
for revenue only. We are opposed to gov
ernment partnership with protected mo
nopolies and we demand thattacnort du
ties, like other taxes, should be impartially
nuaand their Imposition limited to the
necessities of the government economically
administered. Federal taxattoa should
aot be imposed to benefit Individual Inter
ests at the expanse of the general welter."
tieveland s administration to indorsed
and the following was added to the plat
form as presented by the convention:
"That the Democrats of New York anneal
to the Democrats of the south la the name
of their political liberty and their nroper-
nes to avert the possibility of a- force bill
by uniting withthe Democrat of th east
and west in framing a platform on which
all Democrat can stand and the united
support of which will lead to a gorlous
A resolution expressing sympathy with
the insurgents In Cuba was Introduced by
i-ongressman Snlser and adopted. Some
routine business having been transacted
the convent! onen then adjourned.
Karraw Gaag Prahibs aeoigaalsa.
IiroiAUAPOLis, June SS. Representa
tives of the old wing of the Prohibition"
party In Indiana had a meeting In this
city yesterday for the purpose of filling the
vacancies in the state ticket made by the
nominees Who bolted the ticket after the
convention at Pittsburg. Among those
wno joined the new wing were the chair
man of the state central committee and
the candidates for governor, lieutenant
governor, auditor, treasurer, statistician
and reporter of the supreme court. F. T.
McWhorter, of Indianapolis, was selected
as state chairman; L. M. Crist, of Thorn
town, governor; William Edgerton, Dun
reith, lieutenant governor; K. M. Thomp
son, Shclbyville, auditor; Preston Ryder,
Crothersville, treasurer; Elwood Hynes,
Kokomo, statistician, and W. L. Lenfest
Marion, reporter of tho supreme court.
Will Bait th Vatt Bate.
Milwaukee, June 25. The silver men
in the Democratic delegation to Chicago
announce that they will bolt the nnit rule
imposed upon the delegates by the state
convention when they vote on the plat
form. They argue that if the national
convention docs not insist upon the unit
rule they will not be bound by the action
of the state convention, and they point to
tne race toat tne state convention refused
to respect the nnit rule made by some of
cue counties. Having set the example.
they say, the majority cannot kick if its
action receives similar treatment in the
, Texas for SUver and Ulna A.
Austin, June 25. An indorsement of
Bland for president and a straight-out sti
ver platform at 16 to 1. regardless of the
action of any foreign government, was the
sum and substance of the Democratic sil
ver convention which adjourned sine die
yesterday afternoon after a two-days' ses
Fanners Who Are for Silver.
NlLES, Mich, June 25. Tho gold ilonk
In the platform adopted by the St. Louis
convention does not suit the Republican
formers in southwestern Michigan. Many
are out-and-out for the free and unlimited
coinage of stiver. '
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CT Louis, no.
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stat of Joha F. BoUmsa. Seesaws.
tstmbrix of ike Mal of Jaka W.
of the eaaarr af Bank
stat or Illinois, eeaaiaae.
ibm ss wui appear serors ta auanty coart
of Hock Icland cooaty, at the etnc of U dark
of said eoarv, hi ta city of Bock IalaBd, at u
aaeaH tmrm, oa ura snt aonaa tm Aursst
asst. at which tiat all aemaa havhvc aUlnx
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Date tkls Say of Kay A.D.. ISM.
Mas. IUbbab Botxjt4. AJailalstrstrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Batata of Daniel ranateratacker. DreaM.d.
FatHie BOUca la haiebv aiveatkatthaBaSer.
slgoad, Kebert Doonsn. xacator, has (his
day flies his taal report aad asttlemaat
aa aaca la ua enaaty eanft of Bock
Ialsad eoantv. aad tlimi an eerier kia -
entered ky said aaart apptoviac th asai fa-
port, unlaw objection, thereto or eaass t taa
contrary be shown oa or kefora ta SOU dav
of Jana. A. IK 18, and apon ta Inal art
prorai or aua report, taeaald Rooart Dnn.aa will
ask for an aider of dtatrlkntina, aad will atea ask
totodiBcksrsed. All parsoajs iBlarsstad are ao-Uaadtoauaud.
Bock IaUod, Joss 1, 18SS.
B7C. J. BuaLS. litoraey.
BTATB OF ILUSOIB. i
Boca uun Ooubtt, (
la the scant eoart at ha nr.. tees, i n lata.
BetnhoHl Latack, vs 1 hoaua S. fcUTia, Richard
b. butvs wiiiisb a. orooss.
AffidB.lt that th randenc of the dafead
aat, Williams. Brooks is aot kaowa sad thai
anon dtilcent inaairr bisalaaaof reaideaea can
not la foand, iatpleaded with the stove efes
uU.Tbomu b. aiWia aad Rlrhar a. Mlria kav
Ing beealleS In the clerk's oBce of ta. cirentt
court of said county, aot lea Is therefor hereby
sires to the said auo-residest ae'cixUiit that the
ooBtplalnsat sled bla bill af eotatNanit la aaM
court, oa tha ehaneerv aid tharaaf. on ta.
Ilth day of Aorll, less, ud that tharanaoa a saat
oaslsaaedoatof raid coart, whsreia sal fait
la bow praams, reloraaole oa taa Brat atoaaav
ta the atonthof nepteatker aaxt, to la hy law re-
Haw, unless yoa th said noaresldept i
feasant shore named. William a. Brooks.
shad penonallr be and appear before nid circ.it
eoart, on toe arat aavof the Belt term tbereof.
to he holden at Rock Island la sad for ta aatd
county, oa the tret Monday hi B apt bar aexMad
El end, answer or drmar ta the said complainant',
lllef conplatBt,UieaaBieaod tha BssUera aad
thinss ti ere in charged aad stated will b taka
a. coof eared, ana a decree ottered agaiaat yoa
accoraira; to toe prayer or bbi oiu.
Bock Island, IlL, April laajs.
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Daily except Sunday.
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Oabie AoctsnuaodaUaa S:Sam I: J pat
OabwAeooatawoauoa S.-Spm IB am
rmiiarar train, lasvs C. Ll.tr. (Boltae
Savaaae) depot Sva A) aUa.Ua aarliar thaa tlat
tea. TrainaBawkad dally, all etbar liala
lUy except Baaday. "
la tha Ocunty court. Jane tarat, A. D. tM
Cbaties II. BraBdeabnrg vs. Mary A. Oltt,
widow, Jennie Deoa, Jaeoh W. (iltt, MsUlds
Phillip.. Sarah Adaaw. Calrra SIM. Joha B. fctu,
Cora Bllla, Ida Bly. William Oltt aad Qenrfs A.
Wlrcins. adainlatxator of date of gUaahslb
Petition toecil real aetata to pay debts.
To the above named defendanta, Matilda
nnilps. oarsh Adams, Cslvia Oitt and Wlilisa
Aflldsvit of the noa -residence of yoa. Mar) Ma
Phllltpa, CalTia Gilt and William oltt, an afflda
1t that yon, Sarah Adam., oaaaot be foaad.e
aereeq apoa yoa, aad that
apoa diilrent inoairy yoar pi K of reesicne
can aot be Bsorriataed. aottee a hereby frlren to
you sod each of yoa that the above named peU
ttoaer baa. Sled ta the aM coart his pe
tition agaiaat yen for leave to aail real estate to
pay dehta; that a eamasona baa been iaaaed la
aald canae aeauiat yoa, retarnabl to the Jane
term. A. DM IBM, f ssld coart, and
that aud aao was an the first day
o Jaa. A. D. is, by aald oart eoa
tinoed to the AaraM term of aaid eoart to he
hecea and bolden at th coart hnaae la the city
of Bock Island, in aald county of Back Island, a
uie ipi moot. j oi aacnra. a. u. ihib, at
which time and n aea voa will anoear and
aaawaror demar la aa'd petHkm if pan see at.
vaten at tueaiahuia, iu ttus let car or Jane.
. I)M laW, Hji.mb Koblsb,
Clerk of aaid Uoaatv Ooart.
Bwajnrsr a Waubb, Solicitors for Petitioner,
Special M eater's Bala.
BTATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Iasajm Cooara.
la th areuit court, fat ehsaearv. BUI far
William Fray, rawip'alaant. va. Peter Fray sad
.ataui laa viaairsw oaienaaaw.
Kotteaia ber.br aire that b virta of a de
cree af aaid eoart. entered ta the shore entitled
ore, aa tha 4th day of J a Be. a. D. lHOt,
.ball, on Sat.rd.y, the llth day of Jaly, A.
D. Warn, at the boar of S o'clock I. tha afima.i.i
at the aonth door of tha court boase, la th city
of Bock Ulaod, ta saidcoautr of Bock la! and.
ell at penile veadBe, to th hifhes basder.
thoaa certaia parcea of laad, ,11 I ta the
maty of Hock ii lann snnasisor iiiibiS Sbqi
Ml deasrlbad aa follow.:
1M amber foar (41 ta block a ember two (
t part of the etty of Bock Iefcmd kaowa a
ilM Lynda's snwltloa, .ttnatedm tha eaaaty ml
bLad and stat of IlUaoss-
Ah the wtst taa flsi faat af lot on (1) ta
lock awmbsr oa (1) in aud Lynda. aadiUsw
and lot a. wan foar 4) m Mack aamhar tw (t
nowain . aaoiuoa s. saa eat cuy or Mock
tha last two ptoeea of peoparty haiac aaed
place mt susanv artaaied ha tha oaso ml
Lisa aaa Maw af Illraaa.
Ahm lot eamhw font (41 In Mark nnrnhs. Ss
) te that pan of tee cay f Back blsed called
one s ri.ee. ni.au a la ta coaoly mt Hack 1-
aaa an mat or iiuaota. tm taa Sub.
Oae-thlns f I-S) cash ta baa
tw equal patmeata to a. escared by aotoe aad
mansnsea oa ta an mini aata. aa'd aotaa to
ear i.nisat at ta rate m 7 per seat per aaaam
ead to be da ha an II) mat twli year from
ta. due of said aala aad payable to Mid snsi Is I
bated at rorklaUad, Dllaol. tMsfth dayaf
naa Au O. lSSt.
goaaas Bcaan, Spielal Ifastar.
wnaarsv a Waiasa, Saltcitess lor namyalaaal
" fcorthor Batrwav. ttoaal
Jreet, Daraapait. J as.
sot f Brad
Pvaport Tram. tVaava Aaarva
PsssssKst ....... M-at pm hlO mam
Freight........ ............ VtM im 4 am
Wt Liberty Tralaa . tsterth. tSoath.
" Ha, .... M:apm
rratsht Itaaaast bllnam
a Daily. hUtdry except henaay. anaag north.
tGotnc Boatk aad aaoi. He. s raaekatwaea
(dar ILhs. aad WaatUharty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry Street depot
Ie Bock lastad......
C a I A V Depat
L Both l.laad
Twentieth at Depot
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ar tlaelaaaO .
Ar St Loaia.
Ar Svanttils. ..
Ar Tan Baato .....
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SMI am Set
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Line oast of roria carry thxoajrh
eoaches aad orpin oars oa Bight
traiat to priacipls oltled.
' R. STOCKHOUSE,
Gea. Ticket Areat.
sre Ska meat i ua a as cu ap. raiai i
IuL.of UWatod la th anarfcat. lai
an oal reaaiae Wajin auuna
yoar erarxlt tf ha Aoat kaap thaaa. Brtto Street
UasaadwewiDaaadB direct apaa ilpt af
aatoasaaltd.hyaa aaaaa.4. A. i. Urn
sad as- f
i arlriuaf . I
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