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STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 4, 1S94.
' ! ' '7 V W sU- V jtsmcsis if&r Mgzs sr&a -vw -'. .-- . A STHA1G1IT TICKET Nominate i by the Democrats Ji ata Convention. DAYID0Y:EH73R heads the ticket. A Frpe ilV(r Coinage 1'lank Ineor forutfd In tU I'latform Ticket. f . I . 1 c . v i y K. . llornliijr 1 m- i K tt - V. K 4. . ,i k . ., i'rti v Iin iv ... M. II. l Vfi -ff .Jo.ep i . L iff - r ii r. I L. i ii iia t i A h.o t J u r v .urn - v r ii h ii -1 1 ..r". r iu-' n -r tit-ii;i -., O I - Is-l . Ul II- A straight DeiiK.crrtuc ticket was noin inated t be s!ate Dernucrjitic Cuti vention, whijh adjourned at 2:30 a. m. this inoraiug. But one candidate for governor was nameJ, David Ovetrruyer, and he was nominated by acclamation. W . C. Jones decided at the last moment to not allow his name t j go before the coiiveutiou. The Cist rtvv of the convention occurr ed wnen the report of the committee on rules and order of business made its re port. 1 hare was s. d.vis.on in the com mittee as to whether she order should Bay '-proceed to the nomination of a tick -ft'" or "a str.iisht Democr-itic ticket." Tnere was also trouble t.bout the mauner of tht electi,ri of the s:ate centril com- ra'.tieee the report of tiie committee pro vidia that one mem t er be selected from .! j adicial district, an J ei'Ut c-nnmit- tcc-men at larea be elected by the veuuja. coa - J. Orr Atchison, moved a3 an amendment 'hit the eiht committee men at large be appointed by the ciia.r-in.-tn. Th-i roll wa3 called after much confu sion aad the chairrnau dedared the amendment udofiierd. Joe Kitfj of Lawrence then moved to table the nine i linrMic wUicli had ieen ollered and provided for a v te by the couveution oa United Skates senator and his motion tarried. lie then gravely announced us a point of order, when Borne one mile a motion to adopt the report that a taotion to table any part of the report tab.ed it all and the chairrnau sustained his point. Orr again attempt ed to call up ttie report but his motioned failed and the convention acted without rules durinir t.ie entire session. Some one riade a motion to adjourn but the motioa was drowned in a btorm of noes. Fred Bentley, of Wichi'a, said: "You have ju.-t cotiontted a most egregious blunder. You have laid the report of the committee on order of business on the table and now we have nothing1 to do. Tuereforrf I m ve that we proceed to the nomination of state officers in the order named in the cull." 'How- can we nominate any one until we hiive a permanent organization!"' ehouted a delegate. Then the convention remembered itself and the chairman called for the report of the committee. It was that the temporary oryaaizutioa be made pr-r-nianet.t. A motion was made to adept the report but before the question was put a dels pate who was full of Democratic enthus iasm, also of whisky moved to substitute ths name of Gin. C. W. Blair for that of V'. C. Perry as chairman, but the report of the committee was adopted without division. Then the tao'ion to proceed to the nc-Euiu -itlou of a ticket was renewed. Mr. King's objected and said ho did not believe ttiat it was fair to nominate men until they knew what kind of a platform they had to stand upon. The motion prevailed, however, and nominations for governor were declared in order. Ex-State Senitor Ed. Carroll of Leav enworth placec David Oveimyer in nom ination aud taa nomination was made by acclamation. 'l he chairraaa- appointed Mr. Carroll and W. C. Joae to brinj; Mr. Overmyer before the convention. Juntas ne appeared on thn sta.ee the Democratic Flambeau club arrived iu front of the hall with a drum corps arid made a magnificent dis play of rireworts. This was too much for the delegates anj notwithstanding the fact that their nomiuee for governor was before them made a rmh for the windows and the chairman declared a recess of tea minutes during waich Mar- BQaiid oauaoa .:;3 ptattorm divided at tention with the Flambeau club in the treat. .Sir. Overmytr was introduced when the delegates had resumed their seats, lie maiie an eloquent address and was frequently interrupted by applause, Mr. Overmyer paid his respects to the Popul.gts. .Nei.her did he spare the ,v?omaQ sulfraitts. H said: "The barbariam which you desire to sweep away fro.n the e-cu!cheoa of this fair st-ite, and which you wiil wipe away in God's good providence because of the principles cf law aui the fundamental law wh.ch u vioU.es in the social orders of organic riht now exists in our tte government. And especiall if you know a3 raoa of common sense mat 6,.00 years of human exigence has su'Iicei to convince every man who has beeu a husband or father that there is little d.iTrence in the spheres and obligations of man aid those of wo men. When you see this and proclaim it you are act. ns the part of the knight of the olden tunes anl tna.ee the best defense you dare in this absolute age. Wuere :ire th jse wh yet dare to stand for the eternal right as the great God meant iu tae beir.nni i sr. "This woman suJiMre agitation is brought about by wan ieriuir pilgrims from t lie farf i"om stare Uuzhier vh o get t.ieir sr;:ipor. from t ie duda fa i ii-ts of the east wu.j draw tue.r sus e;ia:ice from s lie- h :n '- of iii- and oth?r wes era oUiei. The-e women have never ieen so fortunate a-5 to get in irried or if uey did they at only wished taey had 1't and nave been rerreuiug it ever s.ni- ." Loud l.. tighter. 1 he speaker r-aid that the wome-i ha 1 always beeu favored iu our 1 iws and that they felt the effect of the laws as compared with men in the proportion of one to 100. and tiiat it waa unfair to give thjm equal power With the men on that acc junt. The Democratic party, he said, stood tor the hom ana pare won iaiu JL At the close of Mr. Over.nyer's speech C. A. Hiiler of Salina, noimuated Sii.iey G. v-ooite of D.Ctciuso i couaty, for lieu tenant governor. Cooke was nominated by acclamation. JudiT Leland of Butler couniy nomi nated J. D. .IcCievertv of Ft. Scott, for associate justice and J. G. Lowe nomina ted Chas. llayden of Iloiton. McClev- ; erty was no:a. inted on tae hist bal.ot, j tiie vote being 206 to 1-1 J. i George Pitts of Wellington nominated E. J. Uoraing of Sumner county lor sec reiary of sta e and he was comiaated witaout opposition. Mr. iteming was described as a "railroad eugiueer in ac tive service." The next office was atioruey general aud an omiuous fileace ull upon the conveation -.vaoa tae chairman a.iaouuc e.i that nominations were in order. 1 lie ma:i had not jeea found. It was live minutes before the speil was brolceu by youug Tom Fenlon. jr., of Leavenworth, who uomiuated Jim Orr of Atchison. -Mr. Orr decl.ned and iu turn uommated youug Fenloti, yeuion declined aud nomiuaied James 1. Kuistry of Reno county, who was not present to decline and he was nominated by acclamation. Wra. E. Banks of Iiu.-sell was nomi nated for auditor on the first ballot. The other uominees were: R. A. Trimble of Harper, and James W. Montgomery of Greeley county, the last named being described as a "bad Democrat but a good man." J, M. McCown of Emporia, nomiaated Barney Lantry of S'roug Cit, for treas urer, aud ho was nomin ited by acclama tion, as was oliles IL Wyckolf of Aichi son, for plate superintendent of public instruction. John Garrett of Leavenworth nomi na'ed J. G. Lowe of Washiugti-'i county, for congressman at large, and he was nominated with a display of eutnusiaaLU unusual m the convention. Stnte (Vnlml li.Dimit'ee. When the time for making up the state central committee was trouble ia the Firs' over its membership, and the ablegates voteJ 13 tc lo on Joau Garrett of Leav enworth and Marsuall GeLJiart of Jeffer son county. They cor Id not agree and the district was lett without a commit teeman. The members of the commit tee are: Second P. S. Mitchell. Third Frank S. Tuumai. Fourth S. A. R.trs. Fifth C. F. Arthur. Seventh Frank Bailou. E.ghth Y. F. SuauileHet-, Council G rove. Ninth J. B. Fugata Tenth A. J. Ciemmans. Eleventh B. F. Devore. Twelfth V. ii. Peppi-rell. Thireenth Fred M. -duler. Fourteenta J. it- Logan. Fifteenth IL D. Taiem. Si i tee nth A. N'. V- in a. Seventeenth Charles S. Page. Eigh'.eeutu li. AmiLa. Nineteenth L. li. Giiaiore. Twentieth F. G. Strothiin. Twenty-first . V. Iiediiaond. Twenty-second Y. IL Cnuck. Twenty-third John Soil. ever. Twenty-fourth Dr. IL II. 'Irunble, Twenty-hlth J. G. Johnson. Tweniy-sixth G. P. Neimau. Twee 'y -seventh George .i. Hoover. Twenty-eight Will. am Larrett. Tweuty-cmth Frauk P. SiricklandL "Thirtieth C. A. Uiller. Thirty-first S. G. A Jains. '1 hirty-secoad . A. Anderson. Thirty-tiurd Charles W. Kyle. Thirty-fourth Grover Walker. Tnirty-af:a A. S. Kemper. WO 1 K' OEr A H iLAKINfr. c ..i' :; - e- and. apuk.i for ten min utes. She reviewed the work o; women and told the Democrats that they would gain more from the sup port of women than they would lose if they iudorsud suffrage. .rs. Case was given a respectful hearing but at the cloe of her address, the committee adopted a motion to go into execu.ive session. THE Platform of KEOI l" noxs. Par'y of the 1 i Hoc ra io At half past 12 o'clock after half the dfletrate : had lefi I he ball, word was re- ceived thai he coiauii-ie oa resolutions was ready to report and t lie rerauninsr delega.es stra.ghtened up, sieepily rubbed their eyes aud tried to look inter ested. The committee presented tliree re ports. J'.ie ii.aj -i;v repor. was read by ex-Uoveraor Gi.ca and is as toi.ows: The .e ii'c.a.iu p iry of Kaaas in c u ven tioii asseiuu.e t lec.ares us aui i.njf Hutu u luo eie. uiii pr.nc.ij.e oi UeuiiCiaCj a .iuu wmeu are: scr.c: con itruction of puo.ie p iwers to theen.l that iiie guvoruaieat may not be subverteJ an i liberty mena. ed y cuiij.aui assump..ou of un aa.iiori.ea ,ioers by puo.ie luuu-i.inar.es. kocai se.t uove.- iin Jin. the iarfa'esi peisonai liberty c-ous. jveui. wiliI lie protection oi r gilts, uoyieUiiig hosci.i y to aa for. us oi csiua z.i t.u.i. ciiiisaa u.jtr'a.,. of power, rigid ecuuo.uy lu pubi.e atta.rs. see aid Wc; endorse the wise and patriotic acc.un .f l-'resiUeut C.eveian i. ana .ne e.lor.s of a.l triii o ujcraij in eeo it.fe and le.s.a tive stations in alt -lias ttiey have Uo.ie to carry ; o it tti:i pr.nuiplja oi ths las. Umcto p. a form. Tile adimiii aracioii assumed control of ne jov i erumeut ai a time w.ieii .tepubauan ex la.a I ga ice. proflitrauy an.i d.siioujj.cy nad left the ; pao.-C tieas.ii exposed to baa.striip.cy, oset With r.aiand perplexn ies lareiy expjri need , by o a.e.meu. tne direet resu.ts of lu wastjtui j excruva .aoce a. id inia hoUj ier.lat on oi fie I I!jpu!i.tau party, but fc aas me. every repon I sio iiiy. braved every peril auu r.eu equa. to j every emergency. . h.rd --e endorse and reaffirm the de- Clara. .oa of principles as amiuuuceJ by I tiie Ueaiocra ic uac.onal onveu..ou on tiie ' 'J.nd of ,)un3. lMt)j. at Cii.c iiro. espoca v nits uravisio is oi ma pia-ior.u wn.cn ueciare lUa "We denounce Kc,ub..c .11 pro eoti u as a fraud, a r.bn .-ry oi a jire it rnaj ruv of tile Amer.can pj.ip.efor .he benelit oi tne few. we iifc.are it Uj be a inn lamuui.i. prtue.p.e of die par y chat Hie fe lera. goveinuieiit u.tj no cua sln.ut..nal r gti.s to i apose and coiiect ,anli da ties evcupt for .ha p irp ,e .f rc.'njja oa y, a id de.nand that .he co lectici of saca tax saai. bo bm ted to the ueoe sit.es of tae tu.erame.it wlien noaesrly and eeoaoiu.e i ly admin sere J ; " an I we ileiiiaa 1 such speedy .6-Usi uiou aioug tne daes of lariil redo :i.oa a. expre.Sid .n 'He Wi.sou lull, a id iiid l is. ua.Mii l.;iuocra ic p.a.fo in. as w.d lift the load uo ourdenui .he iudus:rie of tiie laa I, lead uj ate .o oa.iaei. and open new avenues to .abor. Be..ev.n tiiac wealth shoafJ be ir a fair share of the pub.ie taKai.oa we favor au aiooaie .at as opp ised lo tne iu bract burde.is of tar.if .ax ai ioa, aui ii m witii de.ighc tiie ajc.o i of a iJe.ii oeraiii; conyras in adop-.nj: .hat feature as a par. oi oar sys.em of .axa.ibn. Fourth We lio d co t.ie ue of both gold and silver as ihe s.a.id rd m mey of Hi! eoun.ry, and to the coJi.igs or botii gold and s . ver w.m oiu discrim ua.uig aauis. ei.lier meta. bu. the do.iar uuit of coinage oi bo h uie.als must ue of equal .u.r...sic and exo uauge.io.e va.ue or be adju-..ed tliroiigli in.eniat. i'a. agreements or by s .ea safeguards of ie,;..-..a..ou as aliai. insure the ma Utettauce of ilia par..y of the two mecais. an. I .he equai potter of esery donar at all times in me m.irKe. uj in .ue pay ment of debts; and we de mind that a paoer currency S' ai be kep. ai par wi.n ana redeem ao a in s.icii co n; we .us si upon t.s po.iuy as especially oeco ary for Hie pro.ecou oi Cue lariner and laborm classes, .he lirs. ana most le-eiie ess t ie.uii.-, oi uristao.e uiuue3 aud a tiuctiiit in.tr irurreney. t- .till We lavcr a sufficient appropriation bv Connies m ilior i i :h.y .est Hie qujst.ou ot irri gaiioii .n vies tern Kan -as. &.xth We reeoiunienj the esta'iisliment by our government ot a uou-partisan national coiu liiissioo on mi.ti .gra io i tj exa n.iia m.o cue Juu.cial district j cause aim eltec. ot foreign paujur l uimration iw rwj-- .-.i riut.c... iiiLati oi seturili, I to Am icaii iv;:e-.'arii?rs some of iiie protec tion that na.-. iu years past been so lav.slu be stowed by ens ..eiiabi.cau par- upon tarut ' beneticiar es tse enth i.ecojrnizing that a fundamental i prmc.ple of our government is re.iioas nber.v. we Ueiiouiice any party or assoeiatioa wlueii at temp.s to make re igious eouviea us a .eot or qua.ifieat.on for ottict iotai separation of churi-h and stale mils. eVor be ma ii.aiued. I e evils of intemperance and has been the . ui.lui part-n. of fraud, bribery, perjury and official corruption, ami m lieu hereof wo "favor a sys.em of high license and local option and demand the repeat of the uiiqui.o.is laws passed for tne pu pose oi carrying uno practical ellect the purpose and intent of a l amendment, j FU .eenih V e oppose m man suffrage as tending lo destroy ihe home and t'aiiiny. the true basis of political safety, and express ihe , noe that the he.pmeet and guardian of the ; famny sanciuar.y m..y no. be dragged from the i ni Uest purity of se.f-imposed seciusion io lie tiirown an w.l .uiy into tne unfe.u.Uine place i of po.itiC li s.rae. j rsix.een.n Hie disgrace'ul return nz board ! proceed .ij . of the iasC e e .ion. worcny of the pa.in.est days f carpe.ba corrup .on. "re, i in s a it d d in t.ie un.awiui ia ceny of the I lower house of ihe legisia. are. a. alo ihe -ub-sequouc d. .. a .-ei.il p oj-et. ig.ot boiii Popu-li-st aud ep. b .ea. par. es .le erve the p.i.n Olic ai.en..oii and con leuinat.ou of .he ,eop.e. bamue. A Li g- o. Lt.viaiice pre sented i iiioi 'i-. y rep'or. i i sii'.niitu- tion of ihe fourtb sec ion of ihe major report: We ;iga'n declare m ctirren ; . Oi i Ii ; f r e c s. Ver tip ij o.i , .. .e. in o . i . 1. . - l-ii li - o: i : u ; ... v i , tj ;.' f. (.' , .a o i -i ie . .... 1 i .-.'. oe : Wl n c. '11 ...... 11 - d .ct.b -if.oi. ',ie .a.o Id Co i an i .na- an cuiTe. and of eq.ia. va.uj. The m.noniy rep rt w as ad Mr. Cree of Wynid t e cjua v. sn ' mitted the minorily repor. on worn . 8ulTia'J:e but no mention was m ide for it adojtiou and it was not consid -red: I. tue uaderdgned member of your committee on resou.ois. oe, leave .o ui-.ent irom o uiucii -f cue reito t f sad comm l.ee as eon d mns woman s'.uf rage, and I rei ec I y sub mit tne loiiuw.nr reso.u..on as a minority re- report upon mai .unjec. iteso.ved, .hac the peudin-- .-Hiiendment to our state conututioii conierr.ng tie ngut to vote upon w men. presents a ques.ion Contemn ing a eiiaiige .u our luodamea.ai iaw, i.pou wnich the Uetn icrats oi Ka.isas are d. ruled .a p..iioit, and we ueclare .nai iie..ner the siip- Kort of .aidaineidine.it nor opp.isit.on t;i-reto i a tenet of the lemocra.ic party of Ka.is.is, and we iur.li ?r dec.a.-e tua. the members of .nat p .rcy are irej to vo e upon sa d aaivnUtneu. ac coruuiii to ine.r judgineii. touch ng its mer.ts. iNATHA.V Ciil-.K, w yauiot.e County. itV 'ar r of a b;-mera!lic ; ii I and jl 1 W..II- grow.ii rowih e me. he p.. : a . o .t ptr.. i b cy o ac, ted " ; -1! ABE J AUG! 622 Kansas j Q i VG. will assist you, by calling chasing one of his elegant SUITy, AeliLree Shu t selling at greatly IimIu dm in" tin1 in ma I;. nri'i pur S 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 - I Willi 'li t!f I I iVir.-- Alili arrived there Mr. t, O. Can Add e.mt th' orainittae, iu Hr AAvtcm Uiiriardid. The committee oa resolutions of the Democrat. c stale convention granted the women a ueariug in favor of a suffrage piauk. Air. L. O. Caso appeared before the I FOURTH !' TJLICE COUxM1. A. NumSer f alpri.pi am Unibla : a Cie Uri '1 ite. r .l . in Tu 1 y. Jim Reed and Milt Williams will not njoy their tire-cr.ickers today. They will spend tiie glorious Foanii with the rock-crackers iu the back yard of the city prison. Tuey were gataerei in last .light for tieiug drank. luey began cel ebrating their treed nn from the British yoke ere tue sun had set last evening. l'liey will work fivu days each unless bailed ou', for Fourih or no Fourth the wheels of Ju tge Easminger's court grini ou: justice just the sama. Legal UoLdays ax iv c im t and go but tiie police court will do business as long ai vags, drunks and disorderlies pester the police force o-f l'opeka. Prize Fighter Frauk Bradshaw and Wrestler It D. Hunt got mto au argu ment by thd Bank of l'opejta ai 5:3 J iat eveumg regarding some kind of a ieea nicai li.iCk-hainmer, double-.c.ioii wietl liag grip and the a.gume it is said to j have become so heated iha they ined i lo give some pracne il dein as rations of the said holds. They caiai taey were "oniy fooliug," but Ollicer Ar.erbrige, who hasn't 1 een on ta n bea. long, ar rested them. Today Hunt was lined $3 aud Bradshaw will get a hearing to morrow. Carl Hughes and Gurney llorton ar two little boys 12 years 0id who were ar rested iu front of the D imocrat ic con ven tion hall last evening for throwing rotten earsrs at into the street. Tne uolice av they don't care for giant tire crackers, but the eggs were entirely too loud. Tiie boys were kept locked up all last uight, but were discharged from court today with a repriman L Johu Sueaaarj is an old man who can't SNAP .H j r j A" HO.l- NEi J.igiitli Hocogi z.u '. as we do, ihe legal 1 ri-lus ot capaai ami labor, of corporations a.jd ! gee very well. He has been at 'he Coun lloaaSsilfilS 7 Pr farm and has beau otherwise sup- just rights of capital aad lair compensation tor labor, both must be in harmony au.l each jnu-t respect Hie rig. its of the o.iier and the uw must pi oLet-i them oo.li. W'ts aitii m the na.ural and legal riglit-j of ail wag -earners to or. au.ze .iieirise.ves peaceab ly togeiher for the pro.ectioo oi taeir riius and the advancement of .ueir special vo ;atious. and condemn a autocratic, tvracni'ial aad v.cious il..- sp.r.t that wou.d deny that r.ght. N.iuh We congratulate the .'emocra:s of Kansas upxm the e.ect cia of Hon. Joan Martin to lie senate ot the United States, commend his ftile.ity .o .he interests of the jieopie aud his cours" in tiie I niied states senate ienth iiie Uemocrat.c par.y in the future as in the past favors liberal pensions to al. toyal and deserving ex-so.diers .a recognition tor the.r loyalty. mil devo. oa to the r country, and the pre.eiit comm.ssiouer 01 pens. oils isencit ed ... ......t. t m. .... sunt lei siorii.M- - ' - .. . erTorts to make a deserved pejsion a badge of I aad Crordon street, was injured at mia houor. night Iat night by the premature ex ile p'MafltKrr8" ff pub" plosion of a IrUnt fire-cracker. The in lie P titi and ihe passage of reasonable iaw ' .. . . , . , ,, ne-fssary to accomplish siica resu.ts. 1 dex tlager of his right hand was blown . . --.nil We demand tlu reoealof :i lam I rnmnlmnlv nfT on li.ir 7 n r Ilia i-n . .f l-....l.. ..... . . J .......... ...... ... ...ou itiuuB lui rtliv puip ise Other .naa pubi c buiidu!gs and frea bridge up n pub.ie roads. Th.rteen.h i iwmg to the vast y changed con di.ionot our peop.e saia the adop.iou oi o ir state consii.uoon, we are in faior of a constitu tional Couveution. to the end t aac in inv- evds ex. sung may oe aboasiied an I maoy w ui'h pro vided for. JfenJ.iig tue meetaig of a cons.itu tiona. convention aad con idericg .he fact that the shameful deiay in tiie administraLKm of pub iic justice in the supreme jud.eiai .ribunai of tue s.ate by reason oi the tremendous accumu lation oi b.isinsss tnerein is a denial of jus.ice. We are in favor of just legis.at.ve ae 1 u ia the way of suc.i a ss.s.aace to .lie t.upre ue court a wi.l guarantee to .iiitants aspeady dee.sioa .11 l heir cases. Fourteenth The Democracy of Kansas airain demand a resu..iu .s-.:ou of tae proaibi.orv ameiidineot to the vote of tne e.ectors of tli' coiiimou wealth, beheviug tliat etpe.-ie.ice irora year to yar since .ts alop lou ha-, d m mstra e 1 til st it was tha work of tony and fauat.c.sm -taat it has not, in the s..ghtest decree, .esseued ported bv the couutv for several years. lie loafed around tue Santa Fe depot so long last night that pnople got tired of seeing him and had him arrested for va grancy. He was discharged. Nora Koine whose record is as crook -ed and uncertain as Kansas politics aud Lill Tack, were acquitted today from tae charge of keeping a disorderly house. The police coucluded the.r case wasu't t-trung enough to stick. The other wom en will be tried tomorrow. II i Fin-er IJloivn OfT. Andrew Lewis, a Rock I-dand fireman, livinsr at the corner of fopeka avenue Caldwell O-pot Burned. The first work of the firecracker was reported from Caldwell, Kansas, where the Santa Fe depot was burued to the ground last night. A firecracker started the blaze. A Unod Hotel. One of the best hotels in western Kan sas is the Larned House, one block irum the Santa Fe depot at Larned. Travel ing men speak highly of its excellent service and genial host, .Mr. J. Le Sure. One word descr.bes it "perfection." We refer to De Win's tVitc'a imZ'1 Saive, cures obstinate sores, burns, km diseases and is a well known cure for piles. J. K. Jouea. Once on a wet Fcur'h of July, A you.ii mane ,: ..t -roCiOt fly. He i.. . ho fuse q:i.c. Ami held on o .ue s icli. And now lie's in the swet bye-and-bye. This is the day we c i te. Dr. G. A. Wall is a Fourth of July ora tor at S.iltna. The rain of last night spoiled the bicy cle races fo today. People with uerves have no business on the street today. Mrs. Annie L. Disrtrs is billed for a speed at Dover today. Joe R -ed is.iys he nas been inside of but two ciuba since 1881. Is it possible we are having a fourth of July that dosn't iizz.e? The tj'Uin'ir gun is kept in the south basement of l lie stateliou-ie. A lot of young men have hired a cau tion and a hay rack aud will parade to u.gh;. Il little Mis. Diggs wants anything the Topetta sinkers c.u g.ve her, she ca i h ive a. '1 he out renie court w.U hear the court bull -e ii j auction case louioi row m nu.iig at y u'f.ttti. Goveruoi Waite of Color. .do will i-.m both af.eruooli and eveii.i.g- a' tin c. y park J u -y 14. A young man was ou tue street last even.ug celebratiog w.ili . .1 i.nbeau and two revolvers. Coiuuy Attorney Sailord and Depu'.y Attorney Arthur .dcCuue are tue orators today at Richland. Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Seery of 311 Topeka avenue, are iiie parents of a baby girl taat came last night. John Firey has given between $3,00) and $4,000 to tue English Lutaeraa cuui'cii during the last four years. W. J. Stagg wut to Greeusburg last night to give expert testimony m the trial of tue Kiowa county bank case. There were so many explosions las: night that people might have thougul the mili.ia and strikers ere lighting. TOO LA IT TO CL. A . i I ' lie. ol work an, i the drug oils. lie .s. y as: 1 1 A . ielice to i ili. y pi. oil t-i- Fiji rh. It ry h.-t ( I (.' it I II s 1 ( ii . in iri was taken before ing lor ste.-liug i Horace Jjarllesoii $3.10. Ma.vor T. W. llarrsoti iurit.'l last night fnan oorliuiu Jowa, i beeu on the ru.i.i since la-t I V. d .;, was stop) vi I sever 1 places mi .n-c.i thestr.ke anil ia gfiiiug1 n.kh. drives across in; coiin ry an I lartre part ot in.- w.t. on iici ni i t 1 l V ' ; ; 'it R. are t at L .i. i SH , I lie. 11 LOCAL v. John A. Br. ot -1- of lllll pt II. E.i I... . I Vl'-ll I . O 11 l:S T lifS. hi and Mr-. 1 ..!;-. A. ii. I'C II i 11 - O !, i i i a I I . . . , . C. . i .. . . Ill- w t v ,v . il' I A ..i.- . hv H-.'.il the ae .i tiigo -c i ne .it in t lie su in -A number of ne grades were ailovs The coiHin.ilee on tut. on and by-laws Grand Lodge heid a yesterday, three pas the revised cons; it ut lo be published In a of a pamphlet as In-re Virginia Goe pe itio court vester iav tor - tV i 1 a re . t ri 1. 1 ul li." J. ..). m i n g in 1 Grand -M a -tor l.'a.ii ,,in' grand masters i-to p bv-ia' Goe after be. tig m ir The police court docket tomorrow will ' than t h irty-n ve y. a probably show that a glorious t ourth like this one is enough to drive a man to drink. ihere are lots of country people in town today celebrating and there are lots of towu peopie in the country for the same purpose. F. B. Da wes, the Republican candidate for attorney general, will iry to interest a crowd at Gaifind park this afternoon if it doesu't rant. 1 he county commissioners will go to Kansas City August 3 lo attend a meet ing of city aud county of5c.als interested in laws for cities of ihe nrst class. Thomas Irving, a Monroe street boy, mi and -ni, t.l l ook ii b d ot'o. I Ul I!.'! ii 1. V ..TCP 1 i ') Il . ii ) to i mi I ir I'm'V Were ried in D -cemuer. li'i'.i, an i he de her in lb 73, tweuiy- ue years ago. asks lor the rest iraiioa of hi-r m natnfj. Virgin. a Ruer'tS. The case of Tourtellott aga'.i.s Alpine was on trial iu the i ' yesterday. The line is one ih.i been pea ling since 1S73 and h is ail ihe way from tae justice cotir' United States aujireiua court an ! again. ihe case is a cum ; 1 i'-at i invo.ving tiie tille of some land in l dotte county. 132 calls up the Peerlesi Bhirts menued uy tue r'eeilesi. Awarle J x i . r J-te -.I I: J . 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