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FBIC2 OF T1UE DAILY. cxnzns. kc Copy, One Year in Ki-race $ (Cor.Su Koatltt .... M WEKXLT. Oae Copy, One Year in AaJee - jo One Copy Six Months - - 1 5s LOCAL NOTICES WILL BB INSKRTBD AT o cei U per line far the ftrrt UnrtM nod cenU per line for each nbacqiMat insertion. TnU paper is ept on file t K. C Dane's Ad vertising Agency. 64 d S Merchant's El Cfcaage, San Francisco, California, where con tract i-jr advertising can be taadc for H. T r. FISHER. XKWSPAFKft ADVRaTI JJa tag Agent, st Merchant' Exchange, San 9 rancisco, i our authorized agent. Thin paper 4 Kept on tie in bis offlee. MEMBEB. ASSOCIATED P8J3SS. sirred at the rostoAce at Tucson According to Act of Congress as and-Class Matter, - firansax browit, - IF BARNES FINDS WHITNEY? If William C. Whitney, of New York, is acquainted with Judge W. H. Barnes, of Tucson, and it Mr. Whitney beoomeB coenizant of the fact that the chief of the Arizona democracy has his war paint on, Mr. Whitney had better peel his weather eye and keep a cloee look out for squalla; for according to the San Francieoo Gall of the 3d inst-, the judge ia scalp hunting in Chicago; hia toma hawk and knife are sharpened for the fray, and he will never be satisfied with lees than a good big lock of the New Yorker's capillary covering. Here is what the Gall aays: Judge W. EL Barnes and Wiley E. Jones, delegates from Arizona, who have just arrived in the oity, say that the delegation leans toward Bland, but any candidate will be acceptable as long as the platform declares for silver. Judge Barnes is an old time resident of Illinois. He was appointed to a judgeship in Arizona under the first Cleveland ad' ministration, and has einoe been a resi dent of that territory. Judge Barnes is after the scalp of William G. Whitney, of New York. "I just want to meet that fellow Whit ney , said Judge Barnes. "I just want to meet that fellow," said the Arizona judge, as he quaffed a few paragraphs of red liquor in the cafe of the Audi torium annex tonight, "and I will make him swallow hia insulting language about the south and the west combin ing to repudiate the national debt. I want to tell him to hia teeth that the people of the south and west are honest They do not want to see the national honor questioned. It is only eueh men as Whitney who talk that way. We are for silver, and we are going to have tree silver platform. Mr. Whitney and his crowd oan rail, rave and tear their hair as muoh as they like. They will have to get in the silver band wagon iuit the same, or else get out of the democratic way." While Judge Barnes was denouncing Whitney many silver men who were clinking glasses about the tables of the brilliantly illuminated cafe listened at tentively, and at the conclusion of the little speech there was generous ap plause. Then the colored waiter stepped up to the judge and remarked: "Boss, yuae done spoke immense. GRAVE YARD INVlNllONS The inventive geoius of man is not limited to the affairs of the livicg. This fact ia established by an investigation of records which will snow that thousands of patents have been ieeued for contriv ances to be used in tbe resting places of the dead. Some of them are weird and grisly end their contemplation is enough to make one's flesh crawl. The "coffin torpedo" is the latest pat ented device in the line of burial appli ances. It is introduced into the casket favor cf restoring the tariff .wbicb Mr. Cleveland scaled down." Evidently in the English -view tbe money queetiun is not tbe leading Issue of the coming campaign. England sees in McKinley a president wbo will work for American and not for British inter ests; a president who will advocate and bupporta tariff for tbe protection of American, a&d not for the protection of British industries; a president who will not play into tbe hands of British free traders at the expense of tbe American people. It is no wonder that England re OUR SCHOOLS. The New Board is Organ ized and Makes Its Ap pointments. ' SUPT. PEMBEETON. TELEGRAPHIG. Chicago, July 6 The day opened dear and cool. Early in the day the down town centers had a repetition of the excitement and confusion marking the last few days. Marching clubs with banners and bands and sh outers were making their last convulsive demons tration before attention1 was directed to the serious work within the convention halL By 9 o'clock the crowds were beginning to converge at tbe depot, before the latter is closed, the arrange ment bsiog such that any attempt to garda the coming election of McKinley as j The New Principal Will Bd AS"" aB:lnfc the suburban trains on the fnmA thtk rA.-ntnrlA onen will releBBe B I a "ffrievnnn minfnrtun" and that Great I. , i , r, . I Illinois Central anrl T." nan Tha Ma spring, strike a percueion oap and set off the bomb. This menns almost sur death to the unsoepecting grave robber, whose industry the invention in ques tion is designed to disooursge. Of rather a different order are numer ous othpr innntinna. most of which a "grievous misfortune," and thatureat Britain and Great Britain's tools and allies on this side of the Atlantic have sprained every nerve to prevent his nomi nation, and will undoubtedly strain every nerve to prevent his election. The American people, however, are not likely to stand by Major McKinley have for the primary idea some method I any less firmly because England ia afraid of communication with tbe living, by those who have been buried, apparent ly dead, but in realty, alive. Among the most interesting of these are the so- oalled "life signals," which are contriv- of him, and beoause his eleotion would be 'a erievous misfortune" for the British trade and industries, which, under a Cleveland tariff, have been flourishing on tbe work which Amer- sisted by a Corps of Able Teachers. The new board of sohool trustees met and organized last evening. J. Knox Corbett was eleoted chairman and Dr. Whitmore clerk. In accordance with tbe opinion of Attorney General Wilson, as to the righta of the new board to employ teach ers, tbe board proceeded to tbe appoint ment of teachers for tbe ensuing year. Tbe above mentioned opinion was kiod- IlUnois Central and "L" can. The ride by rail is but 12 minutes from the heart of the oity along the lake front The scene in front of the convention hll was one of great animation. At 10 o'clock the doors were opened and a wild ruehfor admittance began. The great hall was artistically decorated and life size pictures of democratic presi dents, including Cleveland, looked down from above tbe chairman's desk. Michigan had tbe point of vantage in the front seats immediately before the ohairman's desk. New York was to the anoes intended to eeoure tbe release of I jcani ought to have done, of supplying I y furnished the board by Superintend-1 left and in the rear. It was not Irs all the same to Teller whose wag on he rides in. He is waiting for an in vitation from either the "pops" or the democrats. He's adrift on an open sea without chart or compass, and he'll never stop and quibble over the creed of tbe first ship that offers rescue. Mb. Cleveland spends his nights in fear and trembling. He expressed an eager desire a short time ago to do duty as afprivate in the democratic racks, and new he's afraid hell get his wish. Cleveland's greatest misfortune is that he is always taken seriously jast when he don't want to be. The reckless bather, who swims out beyond the safety line in order to ex hibit himself, is already making things lively for the life savers along the sea shore. This ridiculous person is tbe pest of the beach. He is a bumptuous snob who as a rule goes into the water with his head full of conoeit only to come out of it with bis stomach full of the salt, salt sea. Madrid newspapers insist that the real Cuban question exists in the Unit ed States rather than in Cuba. Spain, however, may thank her lucky stars that this isn't true. If it were, the Cuban question would be settled on a liberty and independence basis so quick ly that it would make Weyler'e head swim. nersona nrematurelv interred, a nere can be no doubt that to many human beinea tha fear of heincr buried alive some day is a haunting dread through life. Allot tbe patented devices for life signals have one feature in common namelv. a wira or cord attached to the hand of the supposed corpse. In each case it is intended that any movement shall set off an alerm of some kind. One contrivance employs a small red flag, which shoots up from the grave and dis plays itself above ground if required Another ia called a "grave annunciator." A disturbance in .the coffin closes an electric circuit and springs an alarm in the watch house of the cemetery. Tbe superintendent takes note of tbe nam bar of grave indicated by the alarm, and proceeds without delay to dig up tbe vict'm. Yet another epeoies of apparatus is operated by a spring catch, which throws open the lid of a tube extending from the coffin to above tbe ground, thus admitting air. At the same time a bell is set ringing. On a somewhat different principle is an indicator in a glass case, to be placed on top of the grave and communicating by wires with tbe alleged defunct below. If tbe latter moves at all, a needle shows it. Most elaborate of all such devices is one in which a wire is attached to a ring on the thumb of tbe corpse. Tbe slightest movement of the hand palls a trigger, which starts a clookwork roe chanism. This sets eff an alarm, and at the same time puts in operation a fan which f oroes air down a tube into the coffin. There is a seooad tube provided with a lamp and reflector, so arrac that one may look down and see th face of the deceased, .fetter a reason able period has elapsed, the tubes are to be withdrawn tbe American market. While Americ ans do not wish ill to any other country, they decidedly prefer that "the grievous misfortune" which they have had to endure under Clevelacdiam should be banished across the water by McKin leyiem, and suoh will unquestionably be tbe result of the election ef Major Mo Kioley on a republican platform of protection, reciprocity, sound money and all that MoKicIeyism implies. $96.) Tccsoxi never 9ieeps. Eternal vigil ance is tbe price of prosperity and Tuc son proposes to secure a liberal supply of the commodity. By far the most ghastly joke of thie political season is that perpetrated by the El Paso Evening Tribune, which places the name of Grover Cleveland at the head of its editorial column as candidate for president. If logic had any influence in the Chi cago convection the nominee for Presi dent, would be Wilson, of West Virginia, on a platform for free trade, free silver. and the vindication of Clevelandiem, Such an arrangement might be suioidal. but it would at least be both courageous and consistent. Ambassador Batard is again delight ing tbe British publio with another of his sentimental solos on international harmony. Mr. Bayard's barrel organ plays only one tune, but he has adapted it to so many variations that every time his Eogliih friends hear it they imagine it is an original composition. According to Bob Cook, the Lord was to blame for Yale's defeat on the Thames. He Baid: "The Lord's not with us as regards wind, but the boat is in perfect condition." The harmonious way in which tbe Arizona democrats compliment each other through the columns of the dem ocratio papers is something grand to contemplate. There is only one trouble with this harmonious state they all want the same thing. Too much har mony sometimes leads to as great con fusion as too little. eot of Publio Instruction Dalton of Phoenix, and is as follows: Territory of Arizona. Office of Attorney General Presoott, June 1. 1896, How. T. E. Daj.tox. Phoenix. Ariz. My Dear Sir: Yours of tbe 30tb nit. referring sup erintendent of Coconino oounty inquiry concerning employmentof teachers, eta, is at band. Answering tbe same I must call your attention to Sec. 28, Subdiv. 8, p. 19, of school law. That provides that boards of trustees may, (and this means shall), at any time alter the annual ecnool elec tion and qualification of the new mem bers of tbe sohool board, enter into eon tract with teaohers, etc. There can be but one meaning to this insofar as in tent is concerned.. end that ia: That the legislative intent was, that tbe new board that bad to deal with tbe teaob era for the ensuing year should employ them. Now as to the time when the trustees assume duty, you will notice that section 2, act 82, 18th assembly, amended section 50 of the old sohool law as to that That act substitutes March for June, thereby fixing tbe time for holdiag tne elections, and April for July, thereby fixing the time when tbe newly elected trustees shall assume tbe duties of office. This will be found on page 17, new sohool law. Therefore, as the trustee elect must be elected in March instead of June, as provided in tbe old law. and must as sume his duties of office in April instead of July as provided in tbe old law, snd as tbe law on that subject provides for tbe employment of teaohers after the eleotion and qualification of new mem bers of boards, it necessarily follows tbat the employment must be made by the newly elected members with other members on tbe boards. I am very truly yours, J. F. Wilsojc, Attorney General. It will be remembered that about a year ago Attorney General Satter white gave an opinion in perfect accord with tbe above. The following teachers were appoint ted: Prof. J. N. Pern be r ton High sohool cnoioe location from which tbe expeot- ed protests of the gold forces could be made. effective. The locations had been arranged alphabetically and with etriot impartiality. l:lo p. m. the convention ia slowly assembling. Weather dear and fine. Immense crowd makes admission slow. It is said that the gold men's pro gramme is to vote solid for Jettison or Bland and keep silent on tbe Dlatform. There are now 13 candidates in the field, six of whom will be formally nres- en tea. 12:27 Hill has lust entered. Great cheering. 12-50 Convention called to order. 1 p. m. Hamty reports Hill for temporary chairman. Great oheering an over tne nan. 1:15 Clayton of Alabama rieee to move Daniel's name be substituted for Hill's. Immense demonstration. Roll of states demanded on' Clayton's motion to substitute Daniels for Hill. Clayton's motion now being disoussed, pro and coo. .bach motion for Hill or Daniels elicits cheers. New Jersey is adhering to the choice of Bill. 1:10 Waller of Connecticut adhering to tbe oboice of Uiu. 1:16 Waller suggests Hill for tempo rary and Daniels for permanent chair man. 126 Waller says he can stand by any candidate tbe convention may pominate. The gold men are here to etay, but appeal for courtesy and fair treatment and upholding of democratic precedents. Waller says if Hill is turned down. eastern delegates will fight you here and elsewhere. Cheering and hissing all over the hall. Thomas, of Colorado, advocates the choice of Daniels. Thomas says the convection should carry out the wishes of the large majority of tbe convection and select Daniels. He had no desire to prevent discus sion. 1:41 Waller of Alabama advocates the choice of Daniels. 1:48 Tarpey of California advooatice the ohoice of Daniels. 150 Fellows of New York takes the Miss Jennie E. Tucker. '.'.Eighth grade "tan? Bd choice of Hill, Two convicts in the penitentiary at Jefferson City, Missouri, stole a quan tity ol wood f lconol, wbicn is used in burnishing ihoep, and between them drank a quart of it. They are dead. Even their hardened etomaches could not stand as much as a piece of sole leather. From the number of dark horses which have been bobbing up in Chicago day after day, since the convention as sembled, it seems reasonable to imagine tbat all of the equine race who lost their jobs through the advent of tbe bicycle are camped in and around tbe windy city, and seeking to catch on. Some crank has discovered that a man who shaves regularly until he is 80 years old, cuts off about thirty-five feet of hair from his face. If tbe same genius would search about in the dark corners of his cranium he might be able to find tbe "lost harmoD j" of the democracy- Darwin is vindicated. A French scientist has discovered the remains of the "missing link" in Java. There are nothing but bones to prove the identity, however, and we are more than con vinced that had the eminent M. Dubois confined his researches to Arizona be would have been rewarded with a real, lire specimen. rr - . . . iHEBi Hre twenty-six cremation as sociations in active operation in the Un ited States. The oldest was organized in Washington, Pa., in 1876, and the two newest are found at New Haven, Ct and Elizabeth, N. J., (1814). The num ber of incinerations reported is 3670. The number incinerated in Europe from 1876 to 1893 was 19.700. The mem- bership of the American associations is about 8000, and the adherents of the method number about 100.000. Spain bow proposes to flood Cuba with depreciated paper currency, prob ably with a view of transferring what coin there is in the island to the royal treasury in Madrid. Inasmuch as Spain's campaign against the revolu tionists has been a paper affair from the very beginning, this desperate resort to cheap paper money has at least the element of consistency in its favor. Reports from various parts of the country indicate that the Horace Beiee literary bureau is sending out vast quantities of documents illustrative of tbe greatness of the Iewa candidate. Uncle Horace may not capture tbe nomination at Chicago, but he may be consoled with the thought tbat his boom has supplied thousands of needy families with enough material for carpet lining for years to come. Gkw. Campos insists that if Spain xnnst give up Cuba it should only! be after she has been whipped in a war with the United States, as Spanish honor in tbat oase would suffer no last ing humiliation. The interenoe seems to be that Spain would aocept a eoucd thrashing from this country as a posi tive favor. Well, Unole Sam is an accommodating fellow, and as he etuiies to please he will undoubtedly be able to give Spain what she wants provided she spproaches him in the right spirit. Recent inventions in tbe line of motor cycles are proving conclusively that horseless carriages are not mere idle dreams, but practical, livicg reali ties. A Mr. Burrows, of Connecticut stands ready to equip any sort of vehiole with a motor, using either electricity, gasoline, or compressed sir as power. There seems to be a determined effort that the noble horse shall serve the ignoble purpose of canned beef or "wlaner-wunt." The financial record of the adminis tration is enough of itself the prevent the democratic party ever being sgain trusted to control this government Just look at these figures, taken from tbe official records of the treasury de partment; defioit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1894, $70,000,000; deficit for tbe fiscal year ending June 30, 1895, $42,000,000; defioit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1896, $25,500.00C, making a total deficit for three years of $137,- 500,000 Isn't that a cosily memorial to democratic incapacity? John P. Altgeld, having formed himself into a large funnel-shaped oloud is now lurking around the outskirts ef Chicago awaiting the approach of Mr. Whitney and his wbite-rabed harmony makers. The meeting of these incon- grous elements promises to be scarcely less animated than an unconventional conference between a tornado and a hot- air balloon. A gentleman who saw and talked with Mr. Cleveland, the morning he left Washington for his Buzzard's Bay summer residence says he never saw him in such a disgusted humor, and that the most of the language he ueed when speaking of the probable action of the Chicago convention was unprintable in a family newspaper. From what this gentleman said I got the impres sion tbat Mr. Cleveland a present opinion of the democratic party is iden tical with tbat once expressed of tbe publio by the late William II. Vander- bilt. One doesn't have to be an adept in fortune-telling to predict that Mr. Cleveland will not raise a finger to get votes for the Chicago ticket. L.L. Paso, Tex., is holding a miracle worker named Santa Teresa Urrea. The Herald says: "Santa Teresa is occupy ing tne one story Prick houee opposite tbe jail, in South Campbell street. where, attired in a yellow gown, with blaok spots, she receives tbe lame, the sick, the halt, the maimed and the blind, and people with more ails, aches, and pains than there are colors on the mu cous membrane of the stomach of a deli rium tremens patient. Fully 500 Mexi cans have called on her lately, and they imagine they will be healed. One man who went in with nothing in his pocket professed to have a 610 bill when he came out. His story is discredited. But a man wbo had a 10 bill in his jeans wben he went in and did not have it when be came out is generally believed. Teresa is a good deal oa the Sohlatter order." Mies Lizzie Borton Seventh Mrs. A. M. Der Sixth Mies Isabel Bethune Fifth MissL. A. Roy ce .... A Fourth Miss Laura H oilman . . B " Miss Georgie Scott Third Mies Nellie Pomeroy Second Mies Elizabeth W itman First D. Kennedy Janitor WARD SCHOOL. Mrs. F. J. Warren Third grade Miss Mamie Shi bell Second Miss Anna Witman First Mrs. Franco Janitor Prof. Pemberton is a graduate of the State Normal School, of Kirksville, Mo., one of the best normal schools in the country. He has the highest certificates issued by the states of California and Missouri. For ten years be has been connected with the different schools of Los Angeles county, California, where he at once established a reputation as a very successful educator. For four years he was a member of the Board ef Education , of tbat county. He carries the highest testimonials from nearly all tbe leading educators of Southern Cali fornia. Mi&s Jenney E. Tucker is a graduate of the formal School at Providence, R. I. She has had ten years experience as a teacher, the last four of which she has been principal of the public eobooU of El Monte, Col., and only tbe ill health of her brother compels ber to risign her position there. While Miss Tucker has taught successfully in all gradee from the first to the ninth, she has devoted epeoial attention to history and English, two very important subjects occurring In the grade to which abe has been assigned. Miss Isabel Bethune is a graduate of the State Normal School at Los Ange les, California. Misses Elizabeth and Anna Witman are graduates of the Nebraska State Nor mal Sohool, and have had, the former eigbt, and tbe latter, six years in pri mary work. It is the intention ol the board to introduce, as far as practicable, the kindergarten method of instruction to the work of this grade. Tbe Misses Witman are especially skilled in this work. The remaining teachers, the people of Tucson are familiar with, as they were employed in the schools of the past challenged; the delegation bei ng Jo lied 7eor' . . ' I 3:10 d. m. Thm Ohio TntA m rh.l In gres t cheering. 159 Fellows appeal not to violate precedents snd trample on the rights of the minority is being well received. 2 .-02 Fellows makes a point as to why the convention would be willing to accept all the rest of the recommenda tions of the majority of the national committee and turn a democrat like David B. Bill down. 2:04 Fellows referenoe to President Cleveland is cheeted all over the hall. 2x6 Cheers for Cleveland continue and many of the audience are on their feet. 2:15 p. m. Marston of Louisiana advocating tbe choioe of Daniels. 2:17 p. m. The convention is in oon fusion; cries of "Hill" and "Daniels drowned the speaker who is greatly ex cited. 2:21 p. m. Marston has had to sit down on aocount of the confusion. Th chairman warns the convention to keep quiet. 2:22 p. m. Mar a ton resumes: still much confusion. 2:25 p. m. Confusion continues Msiston retires amid cheers. 2:25 p. m. Duncan, of Texas, advo cates tne cnoice or uaniele. 230 p. m. Ladd, of New York, is ad Tooattng tne cnoice ot Daniels. 2:34 p. m. Ladd says if Hill made speech it would keep the party explain teg till tne eleotion. 238 p. m. St. Clair of W. Va., is ad vocatmg Hill. His reference to free coinage of silver was loudly cheered. 2:41 p. m. St. Clair asks: "if the oil ver men are afraid to have the question discussed by a man like Hill, then how will it bear general discussion outside?" 2:45 p. m. Clayton, of Alabama, is advocating the choioe of Daniels. His speeoh will be immediately followed by a call of states on the question. 2:46 p. m. Clay ton's referenoe to Hill's Llmira silver speech aroused cheers and laughter. 2:49 p. m. Tbe call of states is order ed on a motion that tbe name of Daniels be substituted for HilL 2:55 p. m. Down to and including Iowa in favor of the motion 200 against 3 p. m. Kentucky's vote is challenged. ine roil or siaies is oruerea. xne name of Blackburn is cheered. 3:04 p. m. The vote of Michigan is 2'23 p, ra. The roll of state is order ed for the appointment of committees. California and Arizona both voted in favor of the aubstitution of tbe minority repart for majority. The convention adjourned until 10 o olook tomorrow. New York. Jdy 7 About thirty members of tbe committee appointed at the St. Louis convention to officially notify the vice-presidential candidate, F. A. Hobart, of hia nomination, pro ceeded to Patterson, N. J., yesterday. After crossing the ferry to the New Jersey shore, they were met by a com mittee of Hobart's hospitable friends and neighbors, who conducted them to two private cars on the Erie road. Patter son was reached at 11:30 a.m. Tbe party drove to Hobart's bouse where they wej r-c-ived by Mr. and Mrs. Hobart and a number of ladies and gen tlemen. At 12 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Hobart, and a number of ladies and gentlemen, stepped out on tbe porch. Chas. W, Fairbanks, chairman of the committee, then spoke as follows: "Mr. Hobart. The republican nation al convention reoently convened at St. Louis commissioned us to formally notify you cf your nomination for the office of vice-president of the United States. We are met pursuant to the declaration of the convention to per. form the agreeable duty assigned to us. In all the splendid history of the great party which holds our loyal aleziKcce the neoeesily was teter more urgent for steadfast adherence to those wholesome principles which have been the sure foundation rock of our national prosper ity. The demand waa never greater for men who hoM principles above all else and who are unmoved either by tbe clamor of tbe hour or the promises of false teachers. The convention at St. Louie, in full measure, meets the high demands cf its declaration of party principles and in tbe nomination of candidates for presi dent and vicstpresidect. Sir, the office to which you are nom inated is one of rare dignity, honor and power. It has been graced by the most eminent statesmen who have contribut ed to the upbuilding of the strength and glory of the republic Because of your exalted person ah tie and of your intelligent and patriotic devotion to the principles of protective tariff, which wisely discriminates in favor of American interests and to a ourrency whose soundness and integrity none can challenge and because of your conspicuous fitness for the exalting and important duties of this high office, tne repubaoao national convention with with an unanimity and enthusiasm rare ly witnessed, chose you as our candidate for vice-president of the United States. We know it to be gratifying to you personally to be the associate of William McKinley in tbe pending contest For you and your distinguished associate we .bespeak the enthusiastic and in tell igent support of all your countrymen who desire tbat prosperity shall again rule throughout tbe republic. Chicago, J uly 8 It is said the com mittee on credentials has decided to throw out the gold delegates from Mich igan and Nebraska. Tbe platform will that all sorsa be healed after the conven tion and tbe party will mirch on to vic tory. Cries for Hill, Altgeld and Blackburn, , amid confusion. 11:50 a. m. Money, of Mississippi, moves that Blackburn of Kentucky, is requested to address the contention. Cheering over tie entire hall. Motion is carried unaoimously. Blackburn takes tbe platform and be gins bis address. 11:54 s. m. Blackburn says tbe ma. jority of tbe American people are suffer ing and look toward this convention to right its wrongs. He says tbe people will not longer submit to class legislation. Coeering. He eayB the platform should be such that no human nor devilish ingenuity can construe it to mean but one thing and that meana the unlimited free coin age of gold and silver without discrimi nation. He says the democratic party ehoald not ebow itself in favor of perpetuating a national debt or national banking in stitutiocs. 12 noon He says Christ drove from the temple a better set of men than those in money power for many years. 12:1C p. m. Bryan is not present Altgeld waa asked to address the con vention. Cheers snd confusion. 12:12 p. m. Hill waa asked to address the convention. Confusion increasing. Altgeld says he did not come to make speeches, but to help formulate a policy for the benefit of Americana. Hill is not in the hall. Altgeld points out that the geld stand ard has lowered the price of the farm products while tbe farmer has had to pay more for what he had to buy. Wil liams says tbe convention is in nowise sectional. New England is represented and has as muoh at stake as tbe West and South and speaks for five million spindles now silent The credentials committee report against the gold dele gates from Michigan and Nebraska. When Altgeld finished, there were cries for Tillman but he did not respond. Tbe committee is not yet ready to re port The committee askc for further time to consider the individual credentials of Michigan delegates but ask? tbat tbe Bryan delegates from Nebraska be seat ed. The credentials committee report as to seating Bryan delegates of Nebraska. Muoh confusion. Russell of Massachusetts, withdraws his motion and the report of the com mittee stands. 1:10 Committee has returned to con sider tbe Miobigsn case. The Bryan delegates are taking seats amid cneers. 124 Tbe time is being filled with musio while delegates are conferring ana iraiernizing. 129 Tillman is requested to address toe convention. li Tillman has not yet responded to cans. 1:37 The convention adjourns till o'olock. has no for the galleries of CHICAGO, Juiy y delegates are coming in slowly. It is sometime yet before the convention cornea to order. Prominent men are cheered as they enter. The committee on platform has added an ami A. P. A. plank and a resolution granting civil and religious liberty to declare for tbe unlimited free coinage of I every citizen. siver at the ratio of 16 to 1; denounces the issue of government bonds ia of time peace; demands tbat the power to issue notes be taken away from national banks; declarea for tariff for revenue only; demands the enactment of a oon- 10.40 a. m. Boies banner has just been carried in and is oheered. 10.52 Convention is called to order. Only part of the delegates are in tbe ball. 10.57 It is claimed that MoLean of stitutiocal amendment to permit an in-1 Onio will receive sixty-votes in the first . . Ik.h uuLuaiuiKiDresses BYmnamvior LDDan "" belligerency; demands the restriction of immigration of pauper labor; favors liberal pensions to old soldiers: denounc es the Pacific funding bill; opposes a tnira term tor president to any man. n:u a minority report or. tne com mittee on resolutions will be presented by Senator Hill in which strong excep tions to the silver coinage plank are taken and will contain a strong endorse and denounces the extravagance of the jment of President Cleveland. 'When tha Bowels Are Dlsordereed, Changes have also been made in the grading of the sohool. The 8th grade, which was omitted from the publie sotDol, under the grading of Prof. Tul- iy,'1894, has been re-established. It was the unanimous decision cf tbe teachers in the higher grades that it was impossible to complete the work required by that grading. Tbe addition of one year will not only allow the re quired work to be properly completed, but will also furnish time for consider able collateral work, in all grades. Un der present arrangements, restoring this grade will not necessitate an addi tional teacher. Tbe board intends to establish, in toe first grade, half-day No time should be lost in resorting to a sessions, and one teaoher by having half I tQe ha ged; the roll of delegates is being called. Tne motion will, undoubtedly, be carri ed by atair majority. 3:15 p. m. The motion to substitute Daniels for Hill carried. 3:17 p. m. When Virginia was reach ed Daniels voted "No." Hill refrained from voting when New York was called 3:25 p. m, Including tbe territories. ayes 554; noes 315. Tbe vote resulted in favor of substi tuting 552 against; 343 for. 330 p. m. Tbe official vote in favor or tbe motion is 556; against 346 not vot ing l. 3:31 p. m. The announcement of the vote causes great cheering throughout ENGLAND AFRAID OF UKIN- JJEY- The other day we were told in a cable dispatch frooi Madrid that ''Spain fears McKinley." Now a cable dispatch from London is headed, "England Fears Mc Kinley." Of Spain we have already spoken. That wretched remnant of a once imperial power fears that President McKinley would put an end to the Span ish war ot extermination in Cuba and show respect for the wishes of congress and the will of tbe American people by acknowledging the just claim of the pa triots to recognition as belligerents. England's fear is of another kind and based on another cause. The London Glebe," one of the leading Tory organs, deolarea that the election of Major Mc Kinley as president would be a grievous misfortune to Great Britain, because MoKioley is presumably "strongly in suitable remecy. Hostetler'a Stomach Bitters is tbe most reliable and widely esteemed medicine of its class, it re moves tbe oauses of constipation, or of undue relaxation of the intestines. which are usually indigestion or a mis direction of tbe bile. When it acts as a cathartic, it does not gripe and violently evacuate, but produees gradual and nat ural effects, very unlike those of a drastic purgative; and its pojver of as sisting digestion nullifies those irritat ing conditions of the mucous membrane of tbe etomach and Intestinal canal which produce first diarrhoea, and eventually dysentery. The medioine is, moreover, an agreeable one, and emi nently pure and wholesome. Appetite and tranquil nightly slumber are both promoted by it. Pusch fc Zellweger allow no improved ideas in their branch of business to escape notice. In their meat market on Congress street they have reoently placed the largest refrigerator in the territory. It was manufactured espe cially for them by the Gurney Refrige rator Company of San Francisoo. and is a perfect gem. This enterprising firm keeps on hand nothing but the tender est, fattest and best of meats ot every description, as all their customers will agree. Call and sea them. tf of the scholars in the fore loon and half in the afternoon oan accomplish tbe work, which formerly required two teachers. It is not probable that tbe number ot 1st grade scholars at the Ward sohool will require more than oce- hal: day session and it is the intention to have that teacher, in tbe afternoon, have charge of the music or drawing of the whole sohool. The board has also made arrange ments with tbe Faoulty of the Univer- I eity whereby students successfully com pleting tbe High bebool course of study will be admitted, without examination, to tbe Freshman class of the University. The wages of. tbe teachers remau practically the same ss formerly tbe principal receives $125 per month. grammar school grades (grades 4 8) re ceive 875, and primary teachers are paid $65. Exceptions are made in 3rd grade Ward sohool where that teacher sots I as pricoipal and receivee $75. The two teaohers in 1st grade, who teach six hours per day, will be paid same as the grammar sohool teachers $75. Tucson people going to Los Angeles oan seoure beet lurnisned rooms at The Gates, 221 West Fifth St. at real sonable rates. Housekeeping allowed. References Mrs. J. M. Quiff sir. Robt A. Todd. 66-80t Daniels is being escorted to the chair. 3:34 p. m. Daniels receives a reat ova tion. 326 p. m. The delegates are cheer ing Harrity for fairness in the way he presided as chairman of the national committee. Sheehan, of Indiana, for secretary and John Martin for sergeant-at-arms wer announced when the convention had quieted down. 3:40 p. m. Daniels' references to Hill as a great senator are loudly cheered. He said the country would not miscons true the action of the convention. 3:17 p. m. Daniels' flowing speeoh is being listened to with great attention. 3:40 p. m. For the first time in the history of tbe conventions the govern ment has established a postoffioe on the floor of this convention. 3:49 p. m. Daniels' referenoe to Teller is loudly cheered. 4:05 p. ;m. Daniel is still speaking, strongly advocating the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1. 4:19 Daniels finished at 4:19 p.m. Cries for HilL 430 Hill does not respond. Tbe ssargeant-at-arms is charging his aides. Cries of Hill are renewed. A resolution thanking Harrity for the impartial disoharge ot his duties was unanimously oarritd. last republican congress. A big fight is expected in the conven tion today. The Tribune says the gold men are expeoted to bolt and take sep arate action as tbe coming eleotion. It also says tbe two-thirds rule will likely I turn. 11.12 "Senator Jones announces that there will be one hour and twenty minu tes given each side for debate. 11.22 The clerk is reading the minor ity report Senator Hill spoke to it in be abrogated. Council Bluffs, Ia., July 8 En thusiasm in the cause of free silver and freedom in expressing his views has lead to the arrest ot Dr. J. I. Fearon of this city on a charge cf having used the mails for the purpose of making defa matory and incendiary utterances con cerning President Cleveland and Senator Sberman. Dr. Fearon ia a pronounced silver advocate. He wrote a' postal card and said tbe government bad gone for forty years coining silver in the good old way until hell birds bribed by gold worked up a conspiracy that demonetized silver. Then be intimated that Judge Lynch make short work of Grover Cleveland and John Sherman under certain conditions. uhicago, ma, i uiy a, wusu a. ra. Only about one third of the delegates are in the ball, Senator White of Cali- 1125 The minority report advocating that all money be kept at a parity with gold, is loudly cheered. 11.26 The plank endoreicg tbe pres ent administration is loudly cheered. Many delegates and a large part ot the audience are on their feet. The chair man raps for order. lL29-TUIman of South Carolina is offering an amendment and is to spesk for fifteen minutes. 11.34 Tillman is speaking in favor cf tbe majority report It is understood now that he is to be given fifty minutes. He refers to tbe way the lying newspapers have misrepresented him as pitchfork manufacturer from South Carolina. Cheers, laughter and hisses. 1137 He says we are to inaugurate a war to liberate "tne white slave Cheers. He says he cannot Bay whether foroia will permanently preside over tbe I be is a representative of the entire south. convention. Tha weathar ia nlnr I Cries of no, nc. 1L39 Senator Vilas will in turn speak tor ma minority report. 11.40 Tillmay says we have been bewers of wood and carriers of water in bondage to the states of New York. uoonecticut and iNew Jersey. 11.42 He says this is s sectional issue. tliesing with a few cheers. 11.43 ne says facta cannot be chang ed by bisalnar and is presenting argu- IMUV NOT BUY..... K II I i7Tl!7?i warm. Twenty-four of the Pennsylvania dele gates have decided to vote for Bland. Convention called to order at 10:50 a. m. Tbe sub-committee on platform has agreed on a draft and it is now being read to tbe full committee. 11 a. m. Tbe sergeant-at-arms is or dered to allow no one on the floor ex cept delegates. The chairman calls for a report on credentials. No response. II. 02 a. m. Tbe convention is wait ing the report ot the committees- None seem to be ready. 11.04 a. m. Tbe committee on creden tials is called to meet in the committee room immediately. 11:10 a. m. The Bland marching club has just entered. Tbe crowd is cheer ing. 11:15 a. m. Governor Hogg cf Texas, is requested to addie.s the convention. 11:16 a. m, Hogg takes the platform amid cheers. The band is playine Dixie. 11:2J Hogg is advocating a friendly r,ft r:naof spirit among the delegates in the con-1 1,10 lllwOI vention and hereafter. 11:22 Hogg predicta success in Nov emoer u tne democratic party work bard and harmoniously together. 11:24 a. m. Hogg says the oeoDle win not tolerate a return ot the republi can party to power. II 2b a. m. Hogg is denouncing the repuDucau piaiiorm as a mass or gutter ing generalities to deceive the public. 11:30 a. m. Hogg ia denouncing pro tection as only to tne interest ot the wealthy and against the farmer and workingman. ll:3o a. m. The minority report ia be ing prepared by some of tbe credentials committee, protesting against tbe un seating of the Michigan and Nebraska gold men. 11:37 a. m. Hogg says a republican corruption fund is being formed for carrying Illinois, Ohio and other states. 11:40 a. m. Hogg advocating free sil ver and denouncing the republican fin ancial piauorm aa in the interest of for eign nations. . w. uwv is ruauioic too dibuk i MinnlirVr-nl";! If "does not cure says if the plank meant anvthinar it waa I Hr:mm?e smi fwi-. imj, . k.lajkiuuut cii ik. .1j .11 " ? ; I J1 IWlmt XT' L T7 XT' ltaMw(iint tu gum iou eiiver are on equal terms. I ". auim. f xvjj u pi.i, M meets to corroborate his statement 1144-He asks if New York and Penn sylvania got their great increase in wealth in the last decade, honestly, cries of "Yes'" and "No." II says the increase in wealth is more than of 25 of the western and southern states nut together. 11.50 A marching club ia eomir,r In with a bcd. The seargeant-at arms has gone to stop it. 11-04 lie says the sooth angry feeling or resentment wrongs it has endured. Tbe galieries cryiog time on Tillman causes an interruption in bis speech. 11 57 He says sectionalism is between the people nd the money oligarchy cf the est. 11.515 He sska where is the New York leader now? Cries of 'in the south," from the galleries. 12 noon. Cries from the "Herr Moat." Laughter and biases. He again refers to tb lying newspapers. Loud cries for "ILir -Iiiir,, from the galleries! Cb airman is rapping for order. Tillman saja will bave his say if he stays here until euudowo. 12.02 The convention proceedings are at a standstill. Tillman resumes and says the Senator from New York will follow. He tried yesterday to get him to get in print but be would not do it Not tbat the senator feared any more, but left it to him to explain if he so desired. 1210 lie says Hill forced the preeect issue and left it to fcitn to tell why. 12.07 Tillman's reference to Cleva land brought loud cheers. 12.17 He says that to endorse Cleve land's administration would be to write ourselves as asses and liars. 12.18 He refers to the bood syndicate. Cheers and hisses. 12.19 He says Cleveland had tha courage to over-ride hio oath and invade tbe state ot Illinois with government troops. Cheers sod hisses. 12.21 He said Cleveland had been the death of the democratio party bo for as he could be. 12.22 He is now quoting lines from Byron calculated to represent Cleve land as a traitor. Says he will soon close. Cries of go on. He refers to John Sherman and Cleve land republicanism. Laughter and oheers. 12:29 He says we are now engaged in sn effort to restore the liberty of our fathers and says we must get populists and bimetallists to endorse the platform and nominee or they are beaten and dis graced in November. 12:31 He Bays we have repudiated sin in the platform but have failed to mention the sinner. He is denouncing Cleveland as un democratic and tyranical in the amend ment he ia now offering to the platform. He is denouncing the issue of bonds in time of peace as a usurpation of au thority which deserves impeachment Tillman has just finished. Cheers and oonfusioo. Senator Jocee, of Arkansas, b address ing the convention in favor of the min ority report He says this is not a sectional ques tion. He says he would lay down his life, but loves the whole ot this great coun try above South and above section. Great cheering. When men are coming over to tbe great question from all sections, how ia Ooi's name can one claim its signifi cance. Hill has just ascended. Great cheer ing all over the hall. Cheering con tines and is renewed with vigor. HilletaBds calmly on the platform while the demonstration goes on. The chairman endeavors to , restore order. Cheers have broken out afresh. Three cheers are given for Hill. Chairman Harrity is instructing the sets geants-at-arms to restore order. Hill is trying to be heard. Hill says if he is to follow South Caro lina he would say he is a democrat but I am not a mugwump, (cheers.) Hill is speaking. 1:40 p.m. He says for every acuta' creditor must be injured by a change in the money system. 121 p. m. He says we caniustas well make tbe two metals equal by law. ounce for ounce, aa at ratio ot 16 to 1 or any other ratio. l:5o p. m. He asks them not to touch the graoa democratio party on this wild career. Russell says he is painfully conscious that the minds ot this convention srs cot opened to argument Therefore be will say but little. That his appeal will fall on deaf ear. 2:16 p. m. Bryan begins a speech in favor of the majority report and is fre quently cheered. 2:19 p. m. He says a motion will be made to lay on tbe table a resolution in favor of and against the administration. 2:25 p.m. He says to the minority: "you have already disturbed our busi ness. A man wno wcrvs lor wages is as much a business man as his employer and as tbe fw financial magnates of the world, who, in a back room, oorner tbe finances cf the world. 2:30 p. m. He says tbe pioneers of tbe west are as much worthy the sup port ot this convention aa the magnates as the east. 231 p. m. He says we want a man who will stand against these encroach ments on the people. 2:54 p. m. Bryan finished and is be- ing loudly cheered. A Urge part of the audience on their feet waving hats and handkerchiefs. 2.57 Cheering and demonstration con tinues; cries ot "nominate him""nomin' ate him." Bryan of Nebraska speaking; be favors tbe income tax; Hill's motion that the minority report be substituted for the financial plank, was lost. The Georgia delegation has voted to cast its 26 votes for Bryan of Nebraska . for president Hill's motion waa lost' 3C3 ayes to C26 noes. Tbe vote on Hill s motion endorsing tbe administration resulted: ayes 354; noes, 568. Great confusion. A motion to adopt the platform as it stands pre vails by a large majority. Especially when you can cetlt at about th samt nice ss other orsraa are sold for. Intending out $uun ahoaki send to n for oar catalogus, etc MILLER ORGAN CO.. 'lrsMaseatfoaUlsMpcn. LEBANON. PA. Don't Fail to Visit Dr, Jordan & Co s GREAT i New arrival (at summer resort What does a day's fishing cost here? Boarder The grocer asks fl.5n a quart, but it's a mighty poor stuff. Puck. Sb'e We women go to the seashore in order to have as little as possible on our mind9. He Then you are ready to admit that women think only of dress? 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A Maine clergyman waa talking to his Sunday school scholars the other day and be expressed the hope that they would never come down stairs without first saying their prayers. A bright little boy promptly responded: "I shan't have to say my prayers, 'cause I don't sleep up stairs." New York Times.