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r : ' !;' the susr. Wednesday, june v 1892. , . 5? "
I .geit for conies or tor tatjmf nU of the sub I V.ViS of them wero refused to the doleattca, I ffirwcro referred to tho members 0 the I HSmltteo on Hosolutlons. from tho Stfttcs I .1 rorrtto. let rerresonteid In the caucus, to I firrYsentnl to the committee for.lts consld I ..ilnti. l'lnv retollltlqiin. It Is liolltVod. con- I Pili inilcmanil for tho unlimited freocolnnuo I ''.liver, and that colimno of the product of 1 imt ilciin mitit im free. Tho latter Is tn be I1J.-I In the llrst doos not rocolYotho I :,niort of 11 miDorltr of ho Commltteo on ' liJthitintis. Ono of lliu doloentes said the ;.,ilutlins woro 'so rl.vln nml distinct that IiiaTen iirnvor rinol.iuil cnuld make morn thin tfiiu mo.itilnc out of Ihom." (nsrniiiv aoj.s ,-Jrnl tl'rtl r-illTrn the FrticetiltaRa lit ilip til-swam iind KlaetTherr. fnt iri 'i'nB 21. Amoni; tlio women who en.loil tho Convention tnday snd who took bioli Interest In tho proceedings wcro Mrs. VlHinm I' 'Unco nnd her two daushters, Mrs. l'inj"'ii W iod and herdnushtorUrama, Mrs. (,r)lIr, ntul Mrs. .1. K. Jeffrey of Wyoming. j!r. lelTrey wai especially Intorostlne to tho (diiT vv inon. for she told thorn how tho Vy mine women voted, bho said: t (lri-t "i folt rather chilly Rolne down time whole 'ivetiucsof mon to tho polls to T,tr. but wo "ion eot accustomed to It, and con. -.tntiu'e tn say, thn mon think It Is not so jollu'lni: tn womon as It mlcht ho." lnon-.iv or to tlio query us to whotl.or thero -ti.nnr in" Hcatlon fur the cry tiuit "Half of mo woren won't voto If nllowed to." she Mil. "Oh, dear, the womt n nro all deeply Inter f.tnJ In rolltlcnlnlTnlis. nnd nearly ull vote. I ,iy ti. ally nil." with 11 mlschtcous lunch, tor 'hero ro some younu womon ncar'ho ,-,i."l '.'.' and "4 who won't voto because it t,M'r'l"i"thofnct that thoy aronvor '-!1. Aside Ifwmthisothov all vntc." crowd of Holes boomers m.irchod Into tho c rrldir of the 1'nlmer Hotiso this mornlnz jird lu:is n picturo of Holes In ovory comelva Hiumt. A C!e ehmd mnn tore one of them i .-iii MI'k'o Mlllur and County Clork FunW of forro.l county wore wntolilni" him. Must look, at that duller: tut me (ret nt him," nclalmed Miller, but Funk was too nulok for JUe HIlT! ninu'l and tho fellow went sprawl- Ins on tho Dour. "Hint's thu way we In fowa troitanyone fho IllrlllltS GOV. Hdll'l." Mill) I'llllk. "Unit's rlfflit." echoed Millor, as he coolly luiu: .mother llthok'ninli of llolox on tho chnn ileller. "Thorc. I BUf that will t,jr tlioro." reranrlod as lie Kavonne comer of tho pic Uten hitch to inako it ham: oven j Thcdiseonilltod Clovolnnd man slunk away, UttKiin c.i'uo hack with a squad of friends. l)j this Union policeman appeared. "T.i'.e th.it fellow away," said tho thor oiglily enraged Carroll county mini, "or I'll lnoil him down as fast as his friends oaD pick l.i-u u ' "That's true," exclaimed Capt. Mike, "and Ifitnirnn't do It alono there's sit of us here roni uM Carroll county that can put the whole ctnent 'em to aloon If thoy don't let Uov. HileVs ploturo alouo." Ihepullcemau took the too officious Cleve Ind man away, and peace was restored. "WliHt in tho nirao of common sense do you Bin'' demanded D.leuato MoKnery ofllll D i- at tho caucus of the delectation last nluht. "lou want this deleeation to say to tho ropro imtntlvci of Now York State: " You do not un dtretand sour own ponplo; you mlsropresent them. We, tho delesntcs of Illinois, know trtlerthsn you do what you want. Wo reject ths randldoto vou prosont: wo Insist on noml citinir tho candldato you do not want: tho Din whom a majority of the otprsot your State rejectod under certain circumstan en tlie most favorable to the Ie aocrao' and to his own candidacy, while fcpixmo-sod power and patronage and had a liTiih campalsn fund at his control. Is tills thewiy you act in rnurown Conventions? Do you nominate for Aldormon or County Cora mlsilonorn or for Mayor r Oovornor tho man tmstohioxlous to tho peoplo of the wnrdf, 1 r minty. district, or Statu In which ho is named to servo? If vou do namo him InConvontion l;i Djiposltioa to tho pooplo tho peeplo usunllv, rcfnrrfo the remedy reset-, oil for thorn and reject Mm. i-enator I'nlmor savs that If wo Jose .Now ork w can ojlsot tlie loss br earry inir Illinois and Wisconsin. Why. It is utter iori''t;ni-e tonuy that we can carry Illinois for rtiieland. Senator I'nlmer shouM know bet tr. Ion who say wo can carry Illinois for (lei eland know bettor. " H hat in the name of common sense do you neurit Four years nco. nfter your candidate tiii been four years in tho Presidential chair; Iter four years of so-callnd reform, ho lost Illi nois by iO.lX'O majoilty ac.ilnst a socond (holco or nccldentnl candidate of the Itepubli un party. Ho lost this county, which has ncire than one-third of the voto of the state, i! MOO votes, wliilc John P.ilmor carried the cunty by 8.W0 nmjorltj oer a Dopular He tutllcnn candidate namod for Governor. Come i wn from tlie clouds: art to the faots. Grovor toeland cannot carry Illinois. I don't think U can carry Wisconsin. He lost Nowork bur yen rs nco. nnd to carry It was then neces-u-y to sui-cecs. To carrv it this year Is neces-i-ytnsiiccoss. Grovor Cleveland will loso It !ln if you nominate him. "I bee you to pauso boforo ou Invito do I'athybiH nomination. You havo two nveil ftle cindldntes in this State. If it Is. in tlie HCE'ini.'" of tho resolutions of thehprinBllold loinenticn. expedient fur you to seel; your nnliilnti in Illinois, it Is utiw li-e to eok for a andhUte olflowberc. It Is influltiiiir to tho Mil Demooracy of the creat Htato of Now lurk to forco on It a cnndidnto to whom thoy itn-niiniiiiy object." Wlion the voto of M7 to lllnbiiir of cnstlnir the voto of thoSfnto as i. uit Tor Cln "land wu-i nunouuevd .Mr. Mclnery wieil notic" i.n the caucus and on tho Cli.iir Einthat he world rlso In his plnco in thot on ifntlnn when the oln was announced anil "i'jIiMuII. pko tho same and enter his pro- 'ttiL'iiii-t tlio in It rule, nnd make iih bojmI n W t n he I ossibly could boeauHo lie believed "nnnliuilion "f Giover f levelnnd would b ntt !-. in tlio party. H Hpnkn for tho ;lrinii.'t I e'liMCintio dlat-iet In tlie btnto of J,llis " KU I bK." fnld Henry Wntlerson. after nniijcl. liml'boided to Noto as n unit for 'fi. lurid. h tbnt I may l.o pormltted to ro ( ra with -ny nib) arms." r't.I rltei-tate -oni tor Wallace of l'onn irhnnliwns tti most disgusted man In ('111 fit-ii 11 tor the atiiMisuf tliu IVnnsylviinlanion. -,, ir"" ' " r"lr ''Bhtthls inornlni"lio B"lMnit' N'o. i,fcnitr. I didn't win It. How t.ti i a ;nnn do nnithini" when tho caids nro it-icli-il rrnlntt him; tAf.ri0'." ''' '""e pf nil tho show hero Is tho 5?ir tV.K1'.! B0""'n '.-"I'ln) to nco it all. They lr,,M !.Wii!il"l0."lln . l,ot, lobbies and I hi l"iinJ" 'V '""'"Miliero. They pull thorn-am.ir1iUi1.'Io,v",tL"- -diilrways. which are C;U'"'e P-J'hi f aufToentlon. Their hi,"!101!','"11 ,h0r "' tlllllllHIlllnit whori. ft""'1i,J.,,BI,Jl,,n '", ,"" "si" ninny I ChiJjln ,'-h'"K ho Ht wll oto solid for I a.M id 'J'"J''rJlmt "He, thoro .im many n.en la who nrc h tterl) oi.i'osoil ' tlio Muffed tine. r.d.t... C r'TAl. ' "?., Il0 , ' ","''' ''"' ld t . 11' . .. loveland s not n Ii.nin,-iiit A lout he tl.uo of his InauKur.itlo.. ',i j flioitiii,tobooryill. so iniioli so that V,y tliellinolhnd rncovon c Cl.-,oland had ... Ho, his cabinet. 1 wai HMonlshcd to llni ". mom bets were strnncers: men ln" t ; tlroly iinkno'iij. Ho Icnornd Tliur maml "Indiana. I, IndiUdua v. am In favor of a Ifr-m.-orat. l.o that man Mon.ion. . ," Uoielaml." 'olii,'ul "' nomli.ato ijliestriidfllo of tho sllvor r-uesilon by tho eiubllciin-,;it Mlnneaiolls dechledlj dl"" i"."1. ,0.t " "lorado silver men. In that nm'.TmV," S1""-' ?".- fhoinas national coo" aiiteoiniiii from Colorado, tells a story of u ''kt Ityof thu West, Hho was cryinu bit rl when a lately Iniported policeman took ".f.i'i ''liarKo and asked her name. 1 ..It i. Ilomn 1 rericb. sobbed the child. Idontcaiewhat It isln French." haid tho U l hi I "'lUri' ' "ant to know whnt ir,ini'ut i? 0II(i'."-' "'0 position of tho Froo ir'i:ii"Ub.,.lc''",ri0!f. t'i,llvcr plank li, na,ftrlia,,orm' ."!,J'1 ,lr Tbomns. "They nut to know what it mnnns In I.ncllsh." MiLL,-M.l'l"r' ',"1 Mllamcc man from 1 iJH.nl'1'. n'uLn,.'l.mnn.,?r "' nnti-bub k u, 'n l,M,?ch Aho Allianco. says: "I ! b?.l h'.''i ' knnw ".'S' ".'inland Is nniiu " u ,1" :V 80X er'1' '-"hern states lie can- n ltarf '" coiiri-owouiu onrry our Mate for '."a wo. ',lr,!, ll'oueli ileininnd's nomlna- ke it ,,,,0.,h0 r.,B,,i,i fr,r .n hidependent in it, J"11 ln ."he. two, Ciiro'iius and B .r,r',1n".m1" "ni1 Oeorsla the VllintV.'o f J l-Z , l i-ystronc. The Independent. fl r?r mSh 'Lnrf iSroul? bln " m.aJ"r In the Milir-,-i -"?. c'voland could not carry I ' lfr i l0ra r. u "' mor,thnn HWdy flnon',s,Cp10.'lr'- Crevelandfe sllvor dr"" Qi thh.?1ihe I" not think that he is in Vlt" with the niaf ,, I think myolf that i he It n demaeoRUO. without even tho redoem IiiK fcaturo of being a jtood politician." Tho Chlcnan benoar Is up to snuff. Ono stopped a reportor in State stroot arlr this mornlnr;. " jlnw nro ye, old chappto, yc'or from New York. I can tell from tho cut. o' yp. nln't yo Hooray for Hill an' Tlinlty Dry Dollar built van. o know Tim don't jo?" Tho reporter confessod that ho did. "Say. elm mo n dime will yo?"th boscnr demanded nt once. ' I used t'bo In Tim's dlstrlot." Ho uotthodlmo. Short nnd bnliMiended Bob Davis, tho boss of Hudson county. Is with tho New Jersey del i cation. He says he's uolnc to nominate ( leveland nnd then ho'spolni: back nnd banc the nesro Hnlllticer. He has studied tho rrophet's history mid think' Im faun the di rect shlo to step Into tho Presidential shoes. At least, his friends say ho will hao tho eiperlenco necessary. Tlio bitterest doso Gov. I.enn Abbett of Now .Torsoywill hao to nwnllow will ho to nnminato or socond tho nomination of flrover t leveland InthoCon emlon. His speech will bo a tribute to Sen ator John II. Mnl'herson's politics. Mcl'hct-t-on is on top In .lerhcy. Hnven niembors of the K-iecntlve Commlttco of the Now lork State I.nhor l.cacuo are licro to jdnee I eforo thoOimmltteo on Ilesuliltlons of tho DemoeratloConvnntlon tho resolutions pnsed lnt hiiturdny nlcht by thowoiklmjinnn of New "inrk city fnvorlnc thn $r.lX)(i.tKJl' ai nrotnliitlon bv i nnuress lor thn World's 1'iir. Tlio ilsltlni- workmen hopo that these or sim ilar resolutions will be adopted bv thoOonvon tion, Tho New York mon who lulnc tlieso res olutions horo are James W. Koluh. J. 1). Snrs llnld, I'vati (ieorite. -lames Ca-'ov. James Gnl lnchor. Goorco J. Stlnson.a-id T. 1'. Mnsterson. One of the freaks ot the freak cltv of tho West Is n lonir-halred poet, who has beon nt work torn ear writlni: tiollthnl onnets. Ho boos around with a flht full of them, nnd where! nx there Is a llttlo crowd he unrolls his bundle nnd reads. Ho was listened to ntllist, then Inuuhed ut, tut curbed, and now his np 1 r.ir tree Is .i sij-mil for a rush to cot somo where olio, "Mint Is known as tho "cncknvod fan" has appeared. It Is n picture ot lioer Cloxoland. and with tho aid of a mbber band nnd n strlnir tho oyoi nro mndo to move. Pull thnstrlne and tho eyes nssuinn a cros to send a toar down tho Lack of tho neck. Tho oll fnrllio cents each, nnd somehow the t.Uu eland men like them and buy thorn. Tho f1rt fntnt accident to any of tho Conven tion visitors happened this moriilnc. Fred I'. I)lnlchr of tho loel l'atkor Astodatlon of Newark, N. .1., fell from tho window of his room In the feutlli floor of tho Tiemont Uouo nnd w.i kllloil. Hewn. -.It tin: In tho window bofoio retlrtnc and Im fell asleep lllnlchor was n well-known )' uni: m.ili In .Vow ark nml wnswolltodo. N. ws of his ileath wa tele trraphed lo hi- friomls. mid nn answer was 10 celed savlnc that his wife would come on to take chnrue of the rmnlne. Timothy Dry Dollar stood on tho curb in front of Hie I. eland. smnll hwv. shnutini: "Nl.w Yoiik Si n!" came iilnni: and poked a Monday's paper, which hail just nrrhcil. under his nose. "I'.ipci. mMei ' ho asked. Too statesman tool; tho pipoi and put hi hand in his pocket. Ho hupp. nod to soo tho date, nnd he shoved it backat tlio boy tlercoly. 'Juinlnu' to Mnnv Friend. Iin snid "He took mo f u ,i juy. tryln' to noil me yesterday's p.iper." Dr. Mary Walker was a conspicuous flcuro on tho floor of tho Convention nt Syincuso last month. This week she is in Chlcaco nn nounelne herself "for anibody to beat Cleve land." The delccntosond nltornntoswerethe guests of the Win Id's Fair otllcors tills afto.noon. Mnn v of thorn wont out to too the Fail Krutitids by special train to-dny. The Auiora Club of Knnsns City is tho Inst of tho eluli anlals. It onmo In on nypei-inl train of the Cliieico and Alton mad this morn lnr: t"." slroni:. brlnclni; a band and a flam bnii club. A surprise of to-day was tho announcement that thu Syraciiso delecates liad Kheu noticn of contist. Tho CloM-land men did not llkn tho way thoy wero treated by tho National Commltteo in the distribution of seat-. Tho committee, reeounlnnc them -Imply .is "dis tingulshod Democrats," cave them tickets for themsolio-. their alternate-, and KM) friends besides. makiiiL' In all '-'44 tickets. Hut In stead of Rotting rents in the amphitheatre bnckof tho leculnr alternates, tin anti-snap tiers werethronn inton fonced-otT corral inn hot hob immedl.'itolv in the renr of tho Con vention delecates. wbero it wn al.tio-t Im possible to -co or hoar nnitliiur. They wore verv nncrv nt this treatment. Charles H. Fnirchlbi, lender or the delegation: e-Mnyor Grace. Frederic Coudort. and Col Trncoi wore not thero. but llllory Ander-on. Conuressman Warner, nnd several i tilers wore, nnd tlmv said very unpleasant thlncsnboutthuNatlonal Committee. "Tho National Committee." observed Mr. Andoisot-, "may think this the proper m inner In which to tn at cnntlomcu; but, if they do, we heB to differ with them." The Tammany men vero no bettor sntlsflod with the location ot their adiorsnriea than was Mr. Andei son. W ben thoy dl-coureil that the MrneusH jieoplo wero sittini; directly be hind llieru they went to the S'erci nnt-nt-Anns. but he decided th it tho seats wero arranged as tho National Commltteo had intended, and no chance was made. i bother It was tho result of this provocativo or of ndesiru to put themselves on record, tho Hvraciiso people astonished tho enemy this afternoon by presenting a formal protest to tho committee on Credentials. This action created a treat deal of surprise among the delegates when it lioc.imo known because It had been the general understanding that Mi. Whitney and tho other Cleveland lo-iders were opposed to having a contest made, believing that It would bo productive ol dl.eord and would aceomplisli no good purpose. Tho Syra cuse people, however, had conic lipre w til tho announced intention of making a claim for scats and they proposed to carry out that in tention. Tho latest ladgpout is the !lahy itullibndge. It Is a velvet juiisy. r.sln fi..m tlio . outre of which Is a minintino china doll, its body wound about by n I. white, and blue thie.ids. Awhile silk pendant luais thu mine Iluth. The hLilgo bids fair to be pupiilm. One of I he low. i statesmen who enmoon tho "" cut-rate iallio.ul s.it down to dinner in the Auditorium to day. lie nsked for a cup ol coffoe Tlie waiter btoiigbt a small unp. "Well.d'vo think I'm a kid ." ho exclaimed. "My rlilhlicn play with lliein tiling-, itring mo .1 cun of (offee, and -top your foolin'." Tho Cleveland men rubbed It In the Iowa delegation this morning Tliev lured two street band- and sunt them to tho Palmer House. 'I hey stationed thorn thoio diruotlv under thu heiiihiumloiH of tho Iowaus uud started them p'nyinu tin- " Dead .Man b fmiu .-oul." After listening Willi -lutlcn. fur half an hour tlio Iowa men en mo out In forco and ilmvotl.-j mu-lci.in- fium Hie botol. It would be hard to flint nn angrier srt of men thnn sonic of tho houthoin delegatos. They were at tho Palmer Ilou-e jestorday morning shouting th it (im man had su'.l tlrun out. Thoydnclnrod that if th i Maiyland Senntor had stood his ground yesiuidav ho could have contioiled enough delegates to have I oaten Cleveland, and it would have Icon then only tho iiutlin of ,i few bal lots v, hon Im mill) have drn.vn awnv thn pirl of tho wavering bttpport of the I'rophet. They wero loud In thnlru-.cn-siitions that the Senator had drawn out bo. cause ho had had tlie promise of a Cabinet placo and thn fiirlhol promise of tho support of the Admiiili'tiatiou for tho nomination four years hence. They used hard nnmo-. Thev .ailed him a isnegndo. a cowird, a traitor, and tiiellko. Their denunciation was, -is bitter as I has noon the de'iupcl itlon of Tammany Hull by tho Prophet') cohotts. The feeling against Tammany Hall on tho part or the W'e-tein pooplo ilses to conduct nimo.-t amounting to persecution. Vosterday two lawyers wearing I'niumnny badges wero walking through Jackson street Two Western ino'i mot them. lnld nuo of them to thn othor, with ,i sneer: "I.ool. at that, will you 'llilnk of anybody wealing onu of tlioho things!" Thn lawyuiH culm oil. niul turning to thoWostoin men. onu said " n Hconiidrol, you: what do ) mi mean, sir, by your Insoloneu' Wo wero walking along hole and not molesting you In anyway. What do you inean r" Ho was work ing himself Into n pa-slou. His companion caught him by thn arm. . ... I'on't," hosnid, "for heaven's s.iko. Jacl. you know howour Iciiiluis caution us, Don't." ,, 'I don't c.iio what we arc autioned about, Ivohlroilit long enough. J won't bland I ho liisu ts ni tiuen rutllnns any more: it is loo "V,",'1' The 'i-turii men I ont a retreat. 'Ins Is only, mo of tlio hundred iu.-tauces win re iiiin wearing tho T.inwminy badgos imvobeen conipellcd toenduioiiiiiise and In nuts from the Western men. Thoio Isan lu ileserlbablu luttrutj of thooignnlatlon. Gf tho men sent Ik-iu those who weartlio T.unmany budges aio tin, , ,4. 1, inking, tho besl dreseil. and the hi st belmveil v i-ltors In tho olty, Thoy iao leeii gro - insullod without roMinting v' v " ,"' "'anding In business and society In ?!.. .il:,'l, ''"b ''eon mndo tho liutt of coarsovltuiurati.ti ofa mob. inTA?i,,MSHVili! delegation held a meeting last nigni. ihii ,4( .,rnor ol tho state Is ono .'i'-, 'i'.'-.'L'' '"""''i ',s " liapl'oneil tint a Missis fLP! W'Vi'"' "", '" 'he (invoiuoi was onilutj ottlioiloi-.,),, .,,(. ,t.rm8, Tho i'l'J'-tr""'. ''.V" U ' "''si ion when tlie Gov. "I.et mo In lea-'. ,"''1 " tl10 d"ul a,llia",(1' " Vl!.irm '."i".".""!"' ''' "'" ww .loorkeerer. i J.. .'J? ' '' "'''' ''"'n said the Governor, meeting!" ''""'e ' ' ' ,0" k0" uv a h,crBt " I muft come fn '''' an''"' ' Governor. th'1J;n0,'iVri!"t nnt 'orn, '".' repondod the green doorkeeper, cuid. I tell you tUat. nd I mean It. On on away from bore before lou get Into trouble" 1 will como In," declarad 'tlio Governor, ""R.!1?. I will" , - well, r ai won't then." declared the door koepnr. planting himself In tho doorway and flouring ilT, Tlio Govornor hauled off and bang went his list In thn man's face. It vvns n knock down, but not a knook out. Tho man was on his foot In an tnstnnt and banitod back nt the Governor, but did not reach him. Tho dolegntes jumped up nt tho sound of thu feuftllo nnd rushed to tho door. Thoy saw the doorkeeper striking out nt tho Gov ernor, nnd. not knowing anything of tlio facts thnt had lod up to tho row. thoy whipped out revolvers and prepared to tako a lininl. One or two rushed on the doorkeeper and hnld him. Ho shouted to be let go: that he had been assaulted. Tho Oovornor was fan ning himself. 'I ho matter was otplalned In a few minutes. Tho doorkeeper, who was ii southerner, nceeptod nn apology and mndo one. A now doorkeopor was appolntod. The Nhv N-ttlonnl Cnmmltte. CniCAno. June 21, The following Is tho now National Committee as far as agreed upon: Altnis-A 0 s,th Ar.rmia 1, VI -tiannr-n. ArLMtMi it t until t'alirnrnla Nnt .el-rttl. (nlorailiv lntlrlill 'onn-ftlfiil l riUciiled, IllH.r--1. -Trim'. Vandcrrlrt. HoridA Senator Samuel 1'ftico. CeoralA-'lrk lhiw-11 lilslio l-ranl. W n-nna, llllnnls n-nlnruln l ab, Imlliina s. p. sbnrln. Inwa-1 .1 Rictiardiion. Kni-C w niatr. htninrajr Prol.atilv Thomia. I,mil.lAna JaintiJeffrlci. Maine Arthur srwall, Mr laid A. p. iinrman Xlntpartiiisetla-Onktati Qnlncy. Mlnnriota Mirhatl Dnmn. Minniirl .1, II. 1'ialher. Mi.ul-tpi 1 n Howry Mintana-I a IlatMnon. .Nel-ratla- ToMat, CHator Seiarta It M clarl. eT M.lniihlr--l'r-.nk .Inliei. Neiv Jar-e Mllei Kna e- vtexiio II a lerriisn. Mrtll I srnllni I'mlei Idul New Vnrl, W I' bhrehan North llnlnin -w r I-l.tikow. Olilo-I'alvlli S llrlre I'riin.yliantn W. t. Ilarrlty. Itlimli talaml-s. II. llon-. -oiilli l'rillna VI H Urn iMinn South Pakola t ndeci lea. rei nr.ee llolntea ( tnnmlnva. 1eHH It T, Unit 1 till -W 1,11am It F-m Vermont H B sni-lls, V irrtntn Haail ll. Unritnn Wet V trirlti'a -.Inlm Sherltlan Wi-.ron-.m--1. c Wntit Wyoinuif I ndtcldrd 3iii. li.1 rn. t.xn at rur. wirtr. lie nntl f3ov. niisap'lt fiet tlio New. HlreM flrtni llir i htrnfio VIlBuinn, IU'77 villi's Hat, Juno 21. Grovor Cleveland nnd Gov. llussell of Massachusetts wro In seclusion most of to dnv at Mr. leveland's Gray Gnliles villa. A special telegraph who ha I beon Btrung acro-s the Molds nnd thtotigh tlio woodl mil from tho Wood's Hull branch of tho Old colony llailroul. ii'id this morning connection was mndo. The cx-Presldent has been receiving bulletins all day ftom W. C. Whitney and Athers In Chicago. During tlio early part of tho day -Mr. Cleveland, aecoin pnnled by Gov. llussell, went fishing down tho 1 ny In thocatboat Anonymn. owned by law yer Lewis S. Dabney of lloston. Capt. ilun Mnnlmon of Fnst Wnroham. kipper. Thoy captured a few senp and rock buss, and re turned nt noon. At that hour tho flrst de spatches from Chicago began coming in. Tho afternoon was spent bythoex-Presldnnt nnd his guest Inoonsultntionover tiio opening proceedings at the Convention. .t t! 'cloels Mr. llovoland drove Mr-. Itussoll throucli lloiirno village to Ilurrard's Hay villngo In his Yellow ojien carrv all. They weru precoded by Mrs. Cleveland, driving Gov. llussell in n phaeton buggy, tin the trip around town they met Joseph JefTeron and Mrs Jefferson, who invited thu whole party to their villa. "Tlio Crows' Nest." on Iltittnrmilk Hay. throe miles from Giny Gables and the tlueo carriages went there. Tho party ri mnined at Mr. Jef-lor-on's about nn hour. Gov. Itnssell had Intended to depart to-night to attend the Amherst Agricultural Collego commencement. 1 ut has decided to remiTn over to-morinw nnd keep in touch with the dl lect despatches to the Gables from tho wigwam. IS AJIKASSAH lHtVltlFlIf The Hint. Convention oi the- len'r' Parly -, I'levi-lMnil Milken It -. I.ittie HotK. Ark., Juno i!l. The People's party State Convention which convened horo to-,lny was tha first or tho kind ever held In tho State. Tho Hon Iaac MeCracken, a L'nion labor advoiato and Alllnneo momber. wns mndo permanent Chnlimnn. Tlie Commltteo on Credentials repoitcd representation from forty-llvo counties. The Hon. I. P. Fcntherstone. who got the sent occupied by tlie Hon. V. II. C.ito In the Tirst Arkansns Congressional district in tho Fifty-first Congre-s, was chosen Chairman of tlio State Contra! Committee Ho will direct tlio canvass. The spenkers nil dwelt exultant ly on tho belief that the Democratic, party stood norhnnco of winning In oithor thustato or national elections. "Cleveland will bu thrust down tho tlirna' of the South nt Chicago to-nmrroiv." ssjd on speaker, "and the South has piote-ted against his nomination, she should repudi ate him nt the polls next November, nnd vote tor the Presidential nominee of the Peorle's partv." "Tho Democratic party is rushing to de struction." cried another orator. "Cleveland will provo its 'Old-mnn-nf-thp-api.' q ho onlv thing for truo Democrats to do i-, to voto with the People's party." Tho platform is closely modelled nftorthat adopted by the St. Louis Convention, hax itici: .v ijvks .i iii.ru; lie Vnnls lo lift III. Cii.tlej In -inln nn 1'leYelnnrf'i I'l, ello-i. Col. Dan Klce, tho old-timo circus clown, Is now In retirement, but ho ki eps nn talking, nnd occasionally making blulTs. Hesiidyi. tuiduy "lown fl."i.()iVl acres of pilnio land In Porn eimntv, Tennessee. It's worth nt lea-t '.'.",().. C.l'O, nnd I'll bet that laud against $1110.000 posh thnt tlevolanil will carry New Y'oik, mid will bo elected President, if nominated " Dili's bold offer Mjemud lo Interest eltcus performers moro than it did polillcl ms ami big money bettors. Gnuof tlio purfoiim-rs said yesteidny: "I'm not much on politics, but I'm deail Kami) fur n bet. nnd I'll niako one with Dan lllce. 1 II bet him fl.OOOtn-f.'iKllhalhoilo.sii't own 'Jl.i.ooo acio of jirimo land vnl-icd at ?.'; r.o.dot).' I'll i (t iiiiiii.ii(ito fr.oothat im dnrsn't own a tenth part of WfiD.Oi.o. it par nil 7i s mo lo in ar that ho owns an, thing. The last I hoard of Dan was after tho smash-up of his emip.irep, 'nld-tlnio circus' over In Ilrooklyn. The HherllT went niter him thnn, and attached thoidiowto soenre tho petfoim ets' unpaid wages. At that time Dan declared hodldnt hnvoacent: sworn that ho lost Ids nil on tho circus. I guess the poi formers who got roasted In that show will grin win n thoy read Dan's bliitr. Hut I'll havo to call him. nil tho same. He's talking through his clown cabtor " The ('iilnrfd Drmorrultc CnnrentlnH. Cmc too, .Tuna 21. -The Colored Men's Na tional Convention met nt 11 o'clock. Thu mcollrg wns called to oidei I y Iho N itlonnl SVerotaiy and W. II. Johnenn of Albany was mndoChairm in. In taking the rhah Mr. John son said: "We nro hero lo-d.iy boe.iuso wo bellove Hint tho llepiibllcan party linMiutllved II. use. fulness, at least so far as It iclatcs to tlio ne gro ami his prosperity, nml that II Is our duly to cast about fur ,t sifu and sum nncliur.igc. riiu gre.it Demoeralic partv has gained wis dom by evperlonce. Its policy of good gov ernment embraces all people, wlilloand black, rich nnd poor. North and South." Mr, John sou paid a warm tribute to Cleveland and Hill, and concluded In declaring Hint llu lleinib llcan ii ii t v of to-day stands as a sectional pail i, dl. tntoi inl, overbearing, ami auto cratic, The roll of delegates showed suvo'itoen Slatusreiiroseuli.il. Tho Convention adopted resolutions obliging support to the Doinn er.itlc cartr s national candidate, nnd calling ff r nn expression In the platform moroolciitly denning civil rights. I oiuinlttocb were ap pointed nml thoConvontlun nihouriieil. Ar'or CuniihifEltiini Keri. JIk 4'Iiltil. Tfov, Juno 'JL-Goorgo F ( uiiiiliighnm, actor and proprietor of a dramatic, agency In NnwYotk, vvns ancsteil hero today on the barge of nbductlug Ills tlirenyearold daugh ter. Ills wife, Cairlo Cun iiinglmm.n singer. Is thn complainant. Mi. Cunningham says his wife, who i nine hero tn nil un engagement, has been exposing tho child tn vice. 'Iho father has tho child, and tlio ensu was adjourned. The True I.H-iillr Pi- n.-lpl.-Of tie pla.il uet in nisnufuru r hit Iha n eaaant rem rdy -irupetiiica n.a u p. r.nanetii j benailcial aflect on lite human liatrin iehli the rh.ap eneiahle ai-tj-acte an 1 nuneial aouiloni. t an ill nt a tnedit inei are. reiuiauenil) injuricua Peiia hu Inor, ueil, oa will nee Ilia true riiu-dj on.y, lanufai;tu:'l try lbs C-dJLtocuA l.i,' truv Co. -Us. -a-j-Btat-Bt-----a:-B---B-s-B-a--aTi-aUBT-aT-aav-aB-B-B- FIRST REPUBLIC. GUN. ri.Air a,i siti.i mntits'TaoTu hkah trhiM.hr ma: 11. -(Vhltelnw Itelil Nprra Hi"" "- nml lip, llepevv I rem n Heco icl-.topj lliix-tlnv. -VrKlnlry tsklppert I'-IpIm. "ml wn. lie mlnOeil of Il-Thel Hen" o he- Itrjnlcloc In the rxprctrd Nomination of I letrlnnd. Dr. Dcpcw from a high perch In the socond tier of bo.xcs In Music Hnll last night ad dressed n mass of perspiring, fan-waving per sons, who had gathered thero to help the Ite publican Club rntlfy the nominations ot Harri son nnd Held, and nld "This Is a I ,ve feast." It was a love feast but for a fow unlovely ac tions and remarks on the part of somo mem bers of tlie big nudlenca The gathered Ho publicans, men and women, for there wore hundreds of tho Inttei prosont. wero reason ably enthusiastic over tho mention of Presi dent Harrison's namo nnd when Whltolaw Held enteiod tho decorated box on the first tlor rcerved for him. Hut thoro vvns perhaps just a llttlo moro enthusiasm mntilfcstod wlion cheois woro calloil foi for Jnmes G. Dlatno. It was not a lovo feast wlien Gov McKlnley. In enumerating tho Presidential candidates ot tho party, for somo reason skipped the One named In 1884, and reopened tho lllnlno sore which has not had tlmo to heal fully since the Mlnneipnlls Convent Ion, It was not a manifestation of lovo which caused tho death llko silence, succeeded ly nn nudlblo nnd atiltwceiHr.il hiss that followed tho proposal to give three cheers for Col. Rhepanl, made by somo enthusiastic mnn on tho platform who had pel bans been sampling the Colonel's lhiuorsat dinner. Then, too, there woro ovl dencos that all was not lovely with tho repre sentatives of oiganlycd labor, for Mr. lipid's inline nnd his speech wero received with oc casional calls of ' Huts'" liming those few evidences of dissatisfac tion, it can bo said that tlie milling wnsn votv good and a vor i ntliusia-tlc ono. as ratification iniotlngs go. Thero wero a fow hisses lor ti.o President early In the evening ftom the vet sine lllalm men. but tlio spenk eis wanned thorn up i nlll nothing but cheers vvoio neard. though those wto not of a very demonstrativu diameter. lll(OlIi:-n Mlrl'VRII 111 VMFll FOH TIIK DEI.IV. 'Hie Park row and Ilmndway fakirs who peddle tumbling clowns, revolving hulls, and the deieptivo boor glass bad for- i -nken tlieli vocation to dispense cam ' palgn buttons on tho sidewalk In Iront of the hall, and won. doing a thriving trndo among tho faithful nt 'i ..10 o'elotk. when tho i iloois weie I in own open and the -weltering rovvd surged into tt.e superhoati d hall. 'I lie I I'r-t rush resiilti d in lllliug tlio inniunt, and Ii, s o'clock both galleries weto nil fans and linmll erchiet-. ' appn's Seventh lieglmutit t band plavei! popular nirs. An attempt wu- nii.ile by n gentlemnn In ono I of thnlnwei tier of tho boxes on tlio rigid of tho hnll to roi.son little enthusiasm for tlio Pre-blent by calling out. "What's tho matter ' with Hon llniit-on '" Tho hackneyed resnonso I ' lie's all right, ' vvns shouted back, but a few I hls-eswere beanl. 'I hose were drowned In . three eheeis lor the tii kit. which were an swered by threelouderoiies enlled for .Intno Tho crowd was n-cu'iiing Impatient. It was G. Illalne. long past tie huui for the speechin iking to begin, but tho stars of the evening were i.ot pn sent. Fvery bod, wii- asking what occa sioned the delay, to which .mist Ion one sweat ing sufferer unsworn! for tliebonollt of a patty of gentlemen: " It's thnt (naughty ndjeetlvol Shep-ird. He's kept them ovoi timo nt dinner, nnd now he's trying tn get them hero In Ins Filth avenue -t.iges. Tho Lord only knows when they'll gel hero." Hut thoy came nt Inst. President .Tamos A. Hlnnchaid. wllh tho principal orator. Go. Mchlnlpy.on h nriii.ninl llepres, iitative.l'jhn Dalell of Pennsylvania follow lug. Prlnco llt'.s'oll Harrison was also of the party, a. was ('ol. Snepnrii, who smiled ns I hough the wholo outfit belonged tn him. 'I hero wore nl-o the Commltteo on Votlllca tlnn of the Minneapolis Convention, nil badges and boutot meres, who vvem led to front seats on tlie platlorm. Simultaneousl) with loo arrival of these platform stnrs ( nmlidiilo Held njipei.red in id- noN. flanked on either -Ide by Noah Davis and Stewart 1. Woodford, while Dr. Chnuncev .VI. Dopcw. exhibiting a broad expanse of shirt front and a smile almo-t a-exp-iiishe.tijul.a-e.it In the box jti'tabuva Mi lteid. inn foi cr mil to inr H'ont. The niitiotnl colors. In nan onceivable foi ni of flag, I miner, bnnneri t. shield, pennant, s roar"t. and gonfalon, vvoio o.tunselt used 1 in the decoiHllono! the stage In fact, a-idu from a iei ioonta!inn nf the nt msof tho I nlon and a banner bearing one of President Ilnrn son s ltvsM cnmpiign l.ttnrauees, thn red, w Into, and 1'1'ie in -uk mid bunting was alono i iii toyed in tlio denoatiun-. vxblch vere con I IIiipiI to tin idaseaud Ml. lipid's bo. 'I ho Harrison 'e juiid.w Inch was thus ll.iunt- I ed, was I I no I I like to lieir a l.ioile rait tlirot,)hoiit the till 1 J ilelli in 11111- a ir.- ludl.it V Tree l,s .f tit,neall t x 1 fn r t Hint a, aif- in i i.t4 1 1 l i-the main KAtek-n ir I i.r i l r i -tit 1 1 ill- nil 1 It a ili re--.li, 'i iiin-er A In 4li. i 1 i j ntlim i llll-int Ik In t- t . IOM4SIN Ihllll-iiS I Hi hind two nt the llig-. vvhloii weru drnpeii on c t iiit 'idonf the .t.igo, "icro largo cam 1 inlgn porlrnit-of the pandldntes, which wero i to I o unveiled at Iho i ropoi moment. That I moment arrived vvlt-n -Mr. Held appeared in In-box, and I'mnltn.i-ter Cap) a. just a llttlo ' late. pick. -d up his baton to iltiect bis uiu-i uan- in laying "see, tho ( luiuerlnB Hero Comes Small national flags were drawn from rocket- nml applaud a- if by magic rigged on i u'ic-nnd iimbreba-. vshlch were tinped w.tii mlnlatiiio gr in-liaihei'- lints, ind soon tho big ball, fr.-in I ar loot to upper glllety. was a mn-sol l.nght wnv ng culor. '1 he only thing lo ii ai the welcome was n h ar-o cry ot "Pat."' finm Hi" tear ol the hull I'lo-iilent l.lan hud prc-hled and Inlro duced th- ilois. tlio Hi st of whom was Ii .. Mehiulny. IhogiPit maiontt of the .'tun Vice I'i e-nlen: - woie not prosont nnd e.-Son-ntoi- Pint' and Ml lei v.'oio i artieiihirly run spleiiou Iv thin iib- tire 'I hey vveio not piul.ihers in Di. Dcpen's lovo Ici-t. nor was .1. Slunt I us-ott. I.Jl. Vl'KIMI. rll.yn 1IIKHI-1 i,u. Gov. Jleliiiiipy, boi.lng hi- X ipoleo'ilc head without smiling, was a pi. tore of n man tn- i iimphim; in . lie uf hi- clothes. He was in pveiili g die-s, and It i- posHtble that ii was I th,. evening uit which l.oro the wi ar and tear of the .light -osMi as ni Vlinncapolle, 'J h, tioii"ers Mine wig.p d. and near Hie walslbnnd tboy-eoiuoil to nave neon built wilb an an- lii-ipalioti of main more good dinners. Ills 1 fiirolioad via-dei kod with glistening Iio.iiIh of , tei-piinllon. soiii-. of vvhicli hid dioppidto his si: iggy oyebi vs to gliltur there, M.iiur Mchinlci pio, ccilul lo Hi, the 111 nt gun or the i ami .iign, but In tl id too -Iowa match r,r el-o his poiYdei was damp. 1 oi Ibellrst gun had lo ho ml' .ulod and 'hod again. "Iiopu'ili an National iiiiviiiliuns are al wo-ilht Fiibl he, "They never iiiuko iiiis l ii I . -. I lie ( (munition made no m'stako thliM-ix yoms ii'.'o when it iiomiiiatuii .Inliti ('. I leiaont, Jl in, nlii no uiilnl.u in lm OwIihii il nominated Ouabain l.iiioolu, who put lib (.ri;' nml uiiiiilil In Iho ( oii-tilulloii. wheio thoy had not I ecu lofoie. It mndo no mis. take In lHi'.-l when it U'linuiinatod him, orlu IHi'-S and H'J wlicn It uomiu.itoil I'lyssus S. Grant, it mndo no i, islako in 1STH when it nominated IS. IS. I lave-. It made nn mistake when it nomiiuiti d .lames A. Gnrllobl." j t i ut- i Hi-mil ni.visr. All this wa- good l!o iib'ilcaii dot trine, nnd Iho cmwd was guidrnlly colling workod up to the point Tici '.iiewtlie next name would bu Llalno .tii4l lbo got nil ready with Hags, hats, handkerchief-, arms, ami lungs. Hut the wily Governor fooled tho crowd, "ltmodo no mlslal.il snnl lie. "uheii it roinlnated Heiiiamln llariisou in Irt-ks ." Ho didn't gt am luitli. -r "I. Initio' llluine' veiled tho galleries. " Wh.il'stlioinatler wltu lHHtr" eelmed tho boo-and tlie pit vnd then from nil pints uf thu or iwd 1.10 " lilninu ! Llalno ' lllnlno I of -Multio'" H"t vlohlnley l.ejit right on. " Hen jiimlii llmri-on." said ho, ' who defeated thn i'ho-i ii Idul of tliu Jiuinoiratii. iMity and luiitod him in Ids wn -late ' '1 huio win "ilsse- shouts of lllnlno!" mid oilier shouts that H--HI wa- no ml-take, aiu) soon, until th" tumult told tlio Governor tbet ho iuilt pen', of tl o ma" fiom Maine, Su ho nilspil h . ic until it tbiimlored aboio tho (lis ijijti'V ni in..., i. man., uu ini-iako, said ho. "In 1'U, when It nominated that spbiudid nioic in elllymi, lli.it ro.pcefpil and best of all Amoiicaii siiilo-iiiop.ln whom every lieiiitgoino.it t -night in sympathy for tho b reavouii ut he has sutTer. .1 In his latuily." Tho Pinivd l.ojin In cheer nfter tlie word state-man but Hie In-t clause iiuloti d thorn, niul the GoVoi nor was able to luku uptlio in torruptud thread of III- si eccli. I-OMI IIIIMIH (I V, M'MMhV sun, "I ord Snll-buri," said he, "ha. given In his adherence lo the American do, tilne of protec tion, nnd thu Now oik Si's iliissos, Iniightor, i In ursl. In llsleadingodit irlnl columns to-day, Inl ipretathoChlenif.iCoiivoii'lnnasariitllli'a tl .ii of thn nomination ot llcnjimin Ilnriison. I Tho llopubll'iiti party loves all id its leader.. I but it loves its cause a ml Hs count ryinorotliiin I Jill V onu nt them "The lippul llcan party '.ell. ves In an hone-t ballot and a fair count. It -vants this country ' to understand that it do s ..m pev t i ste.l, , whotlier lh th t is the siilfinge of the hull ' vldii.il or "f nn i-nliioNiHte It will forever m. st that In ever metlt n f th" eoi.ntry tho eonMtu'iiiie gi iirantKe'S shall be obeyed. ; II. then t -ok uptheHtiofTiiu-etlonat length. Ill tell you when wo w ll talk of leo trade. I ttUd he, "and uot a oioineat 6oaor. wbbn A - the rest of th wdrld can bring their social and oonomlo conditions up to ours. For well niver levot ours down to thelrsl" On tho raonoy uuestlon he simply' said: The llepinlb an party stnnds for an honost curronoy. whother It be sliver or cold or paper inonev. nnd Insists thnt oaoli shall bo tho oiiualof tho other In debt-paying and legnl tender power. It Isopposod to a dobasod cur loncy." LtcKrn ri.H'EMNn over: civ mck ntf aouk. Then hoenmo down tothocnndldntcs. "I'm Bind It's to bo Cluvnlnnil." said ho. '1 hero was n buistof Iniighterthat rose and swelled, nnd wound ui wltu crlos"lle's In tho soup." Tho Governor continued: "That seems to meet with the approval of this audience. I m glad it's to bpclovehinil. For with no other cnmll dntnenn Honjamln llni risen mnko that Issue nfthotarllT so nhnrplyna with Grovor Clove Inixl. He bent him i-nro on thntuuestlon. He'll beat him again. lor you enn always tiust the jieoplo ot the V uitid Htateslo vote for thoin-olies. And roitmmber that the caminlgn of this jenr under tho banner of llenjiiinlu Jim i i-on Is a cHmpaign waged In tile fnitcd States, rur tho United Stntut against all mankind In the outside world They won't have as good a tlmo In. 'W ns thoy luidin'lMi. As tho President said yesterday, then It was u conflict of pioducts. now It I- n campaign on iiricea current. Thon it was pmplieni', now It Is fullllment. In 18l'0 tho tariff bill vvns nn Inlntil. It wns too voting to speak for Itsoir. It Is nineteen months old to day, and It Isold inoiigh to do Itsown bilking, nnd tho talking it I- doing Is confusing tho Democ.acy and confounding thu dema gogue." Mi. McKlnley spoke nt twenty-eight tin plato tn.lu-tiies now established where there was none In. (ore the i nasing of the bill. He said that no in lees had gone up because of tho bill, and that ninny pi h e- laid gono down. Ho said that our lorolgn trade had incrensnlrnr bo yondwli t II li.id ever beon iii tho history of tlie country, mid that our domestic trade had bound, il upward also, "(an'ltial .Manning." snld he. "wrote not long ngo thnt fr. e trade produced two things, (lit-world ol wealth and tho world of want. This Is the testimony not of u iinllllilnn or paiti-nn. but of a great Chilsilan thculoglnn an I thinker who had studied social ntlcstlons and who had seen thai uwliil truth." Mil. Itolll KI-KU-H VJtOJt IIIH POX. Aftor Gov. McKlnley had finished, the chant ing cry of "Held. Held. Whltolaw Held." filled tho alt, follow ud by cries of "speech." " speech." ns Mr. Hold stood up In his box and bovvod his acknowledgments. He contlnuod to bow Willi his hands folded before him until the eiles oT speech boMiino deafening. When ho Iliialty. at a nod from Chairman lllanchnrd, began to si oak thoro was much confusion, many ol those who .o.ilil not soo hill shout ing " PI itform," and before the confusion was stilled theory "rats" rang out ngnln loud nnd clear. Finally Mi. Hold was heard to say: " Ono word only Is In order from me. nnd that one word Is my most heartfelt and grate ful thanks to my townsmen, my friends nnd nelghtiorh for their gonurous greeting to tho unexpected nomination at .Minneapolis. Be yond tliat'ni thing, lor you havo hoard Mflhin ley and mogoing to hem Dnl7cll. Only let me vontuie, not as a candidate lor tho Vico-Pres-deucy. but nsa New Yorkorend ns n llepiibll can since J Hit I. to bo tlio exponent of your voice, the volco I have heard lu your cheers nnd tho thought that shines In your eyes, to , tl o gentlemui who are your guests to-night. 'I hey roiiroB-nt fnrtv-fnur magnillcont Stntos ' ntul tlvo Territories nnd tho District of Colum bia, nnd to these representatives I undertake to say in behalf of this audience ami of the Hepiibllcan (lub lb it you propose to do next November what vou did four venrs ago. I beers, mingled with shouts of "rats.") And wo will do this without any reference to what they mar choose to do to-morrow at Chicago." Cheering. I pn. DFPrw .ink smnv iiKitiya Dr. Dopew who had been benming down upon Mr. Held whllo ho was speaking, wns hero moused from Ids eontempbitioti of thu candidate's dome of thought by cries for "Uo- I pew." Despite 111- deprecatory waves of thu hand and shakes of the head, tho demand was mainta nod. and he at latt hadtori"eln Ids seat and ftom his ei'le porch on tlie end ot tho si nil I ox tlor addressed the audience. "Mr. Pre-ldei't." said he. "I bog your pnrdon for Intel 'upting vour regular otder of proce dure. It soenis. Irom the ordinal y and ex traordinary demands of this audience, that its enthusiasm keep, lislng. Tliey I egan on tho platform with an ordinary Governor: thoy rcncheil the llrst tior with nn ex-Mlnistor to I r.inep. they got on thu second tier with a common pitlron. nnd they'll yet got Into tho topmost gallery with the -hiit-sleeve orator." I" We're there all the lime." shouted one of tho I coatloss Individual- referred to.! Mr. Dopew laughed and proceeded. Ill's a teal love feast. If you want to ki.ovv what that means you must join tho Methodist Church Tlio Republican party is luippy to-iilaht. Tl.o D-moeratip party would like to to. Nework with Its Hepublicunism to-night is on deck. Now York In Its Democ racy in Chicago to-night is In the soup. II ."tighter1. Wn are all good Christians here, ll doe.n'l insko any difference whether wo bo I'rosi yloriaii-. Metliodl-its. Ilaiitlnts. Con gtegationatists. or ('titliullcf., we rvto good I'mi-tinii". Tho good book says, 'Vengeance, is Mine I will repay, saitli the Lord.' When out Stnto wns beaten by tlie Democracy thinugh M- Icgi-latlve branch Inst wintoi. wo thought It our duly to puni-h the Democracy foi tlio i.ot. but the i ord ha. repaid it in it sown National Convention. New York Itepub lle.ins wont to thmr i (invention somewhat divided. It i-true. Il.aughter.l '1 here was one gi ntloui.in in it wlio li.'lieved ho had tho Con vent inn behind him. and he named a candi date for ho Pn sldent who wns supported by I all and who was nominated by tlio Convention. i In tliegoi'd teeling wliii Ii has prevailed since ' tin- Convention all the lenders of tho party and I all the I, d nn' for Harrison nnd Held. " ' W hat I- to become of New York ?' wns n I qtipslii-n wliicl. was freiiticntly asked at Miu-nc.ioli- ntul was always answered Willi 'Sho ' never get- left' 'lliein was nothing else for , her to take, so she took the Vice-Presidency; thoro wa- no other iuuii to glvo It to, so wo j gave it to Held. V 1IOMFSTIC ANF.fTlOTn. ' "Tho relations of Mr. Hold tn myself nro I verytendrr. He Is responslblq for twenty years ol ms life. Tvvnnty-ypius ago la-t November it I l-e. amo mv diitvns an American cltlon Inter n-ti'd In thoV'Ountry-. its futiire.and its popula tion, to gel married. I selected ono who secineil to n. e In bojust the prettiest and svveot- I esl girl in all New York lor mv wife. I was a modi -t man from thecountiy and was taking a in it impnitiint step. I looked nbotit tno lor I advl'o ind assistance on this occasion. W bite law Held s.ini to mo. 'Chnuncoy. I'll stnnd by i mi.' and my wife -aid tn me to-night when yon wore cnlllng so loudly for me. "Held stood , up with you, stand up foi him.' Ho was mv giouin-iiian on that ucc.is.on. He was a good looking umli then, but he's better look- 1 Ins l.i-il iy Now. here's tlio argument In iteld's f.'iMU. A man who acts ns gro uns- I man .i-biiinos a grnt responsibility, How many men ate there who. after twenty years of man iod life, would bo willing to stand up ...id I. a so thu gioom-min. who usslsted to get 1 lliein Into the serai e .' When a follow I- will ing I. h thnt lor hi. gto iiusman, nml flint 1 groomr man I- a candidate for political hono.s, I liu ought b. ' e elected. on cur sik or ii'liii-on's hvt. "At Mil. tn ,ipolls we considered thu nomine- I Hon of a t'ekot to win; wo niudu upoiii mind i tn no. nlnnlo such a ticket ami we did. If is a lickit which any man fmrn any country who I has br cotueaii American cilien can support, for it I- an American ticket." 'I he Dm tot proceeded to eulogize President Hnriison and plitured his risu fiom n poor 1 Im-v to tho Presidency. I "lie has demur trnted," contlnuod lie, "In thefoiii yea slast past thst lie wears a largor I hat than any of his aneostnis over wore. ! H hcorii and laughter.) Why. it would havo fa'lcn on tlio shoulders of tlio signer of tho i Declaration of Independence. It would have I bulled out of sight Wlllliwn Henry Hnriison. It wi.sa N'o. 7'. efore Minneapolis. It's a No. H now. daughter.' " Wo enter on a ennvas with n ticket which ciiticism is In despair how to assail. It will be opposed to a ticket iiominntod nt Chicago which was btinten four yenr. ago and which will bo burled next November," K1S0UIHSMIN l)AI.'F.LI,'s M'FKt 11, Cungrorsman Daloil of 1'onnsylvnnln, who wasthunext speakor. said Id pint. " Tho Minneapolis Convention had a difficult , task to porfui m In spite of the fact that it has ' In on tho liiiflui'HB ot the Hepiibllcan party for the last thirty years to furnish l'ro-idouts to , the 1 lilted Stales, and it proposes to continue business at thu old stand. Thu difficulty of 1 the tusk was imt loi-sonoil, because there Wifrn i many men In the patty that are goo I material to make 1'roslilents of. It was not liko tho Doiuooinllo Convention in Chicago, witli hut ' onu man to nominate, and it takesdcllbeintlou ' to choose. Wo might, Mislead of taking mi , Ohm emigrant, havo taken an Ohio mnn. Wo i might liavu como to New Uirk fur a President Instead ol a Vice-President, Wo might havo 1 taken n man whoso namo Is a nitiuetn conjuro with, who has t.i-n igbtt lie profound and hearty sympathy of tho llcpublinin party and ut i hristiiins ovoriwhorn localise thn Dark i vugcl lias cro-ru.l the threshold of Ills homo and stricken tho father's heart, (Pro- I longed but somewhat sutidiied cheer-. We might h ivo taken others, whom I need not I name' but I bubevu tho sobei h'cond thought ol Iho llepul llcan art will say tilt) clinic-- of tlio Mliiin apolis ( -mv nlioti wii" a wise one, It I-nn augury of victory tn follow the s.imo Icador whuniiio L. fore led us to triumph." I I'llllMMI TIIK JHMION I ilMlltr.S. rter some remarks on the dlvl-loii among I the In uioci.ils in ngatd tosilvei eolnngi ind I tho tariff. Coiigres-inan Dil.oll ((noted with I m; rosslve ill probation Harrison', plalllu le , about a freo Ini'lot. iieglntiing, "I would liko ti hear u bugle," ! Ittnlly leaching thu I lliiiondollai Congies. hesald, "I urn l roudei ol having teen a member of that in gros thin of am thing else In nivllfe. 1 It i res uit-a recoil! in prngies- mid advance, i It vv.isa characteristically unerlcan Congress '1 ho -.miT'cHli ptm le are a buslnoes peo le, . and tlie Filtv.flrst l orgies, was it business Congress It found It necesury to Invent new methods of doing l' work aid It did irvi-nt thoro. It said it was Im- porsllile foi a man to lie physically present anr legally al lent It fald a minordv could not do taoco b oA voting than. It could br voting. When the members did not do tho duty they had aworn to do. the Speaker, ono Tom Hoed loud cheers! helped them to per form It. Every one of Its rules except that for counting n quorum hns boon adopted hylts Democratic successor, and tho latter would have adopted the quorum rule had Its Demo cratic majority been smaller. "Tho Fifty-first Congress enacted moro benellcont leitlslntlon. moro Inws closely con nected with the Interests of tlio pooplo than nnv othr Congress since war or retonstruo lion times lint what will especially get tho enilnn'emeiit of the people nt tho polls next November will be tho passage of the McKln ley bin Uoud nnd continued checringl-thnt i.ineteenyearohl Infnnt. (A volco 'Nine teen months.'! Mnoteon months old, I mean. Thero won't bo any Domocrntlo party loft whou It Is nineteen yeors old. That nlnetoen-mouths-old Infant has already proved Itself a blessing to the country." Congressman Dnlzell went on to enutnernto tho benefits of tho McKlnley bill In detail. Among thnn. he snld. wan tho establish ment In our midst of tho manufacture ot tin plate." Thoro wero 41 tin-plate factories, not 28. scattered nil over tho country, ho mnlntalncd. vvxns'Kn mii.i.kh vvii.t, hf.k 'em i.atkh. Aflor Congressman Dnlrell's spooch Secre tary Gicott read letters of regret from Vice President Morton. Senator lllscock, William M. F.varts, YYnrner Miller, and ,1, Hloat Fassott, "We linvo sound candidates and can look forward to victory," said VlcoProsident Mor ton " I shall glvo to tho candidates my unquali fied support," wrote Winner Millor, "and hopo to tako nn nctlvo nnrt Inter on." Ills message was loudly cheered. No word from ex-Senntor Piatt was road. At tl.o suggestion of Chairman llrookfleld throochoers wero given for tho ticket. Then the pcoplo wont homo. mjisi: jtn-vnr.icASs meet. ITeair IK. C IcnTr" .N'otnlnuled for C3nvernor hv Arellmnllnn. Por.Ti.ANP, Mo., June 21. Tho Republican Btnte Convention was called to ordor this fore noon by J. II. Manloy, Chairman of tho Stnto Committee, who tntioducod Herbert M. Ileath ns temporary Chalrmnn. Mr. Heath's refer ences to lllnlno nnd Herd, Hnln and Fryo, Dlngloy, Mllllken, and Doutelle. wero loudly cheered. KxGov, Hoble lead a resolution of sympathy with Mr. Hlalno and his famllyon the death of Ltnmons Hlalno. It was adopted bv a rising voto. Thoro wero presont 1.228 delegates out of 1,411.'. Tho following candidates for nloctors wero nominated byacolamation: Flrstdlstrlct. F. M. Goodnll of Snnford : second, M. I. Wodgo wood of Lowlston; Third, . W. Wildes of Hkowhegnn; Tourth, Hodnoy C. Penny of Mon Hon. Henry Ii. Clenvos ot Portland was nominated for Oovornor by acclamation. Gen. Purler roll, on the President. Washinotov. June 21. Gen. IlorncnPortor nn Ived here this afternoon and hnd an Inter low with tho President, presumably about the Chairmanship of tho Itcpubllcnn National Committee. cincAGo'.s nAiciumx. G'nrlnaa Feature, orihe Iluftlnrati Mtreetaof the Frenfc City. Ciiicioo. Juno 21, Ono of tho curious fea tures of this town thnt has attracted the atten tion uf the visitors during tho Convention, has been tho strange-looking watchmnn who takes possession of tho central section of the olty as soon ns thn sun noes to rest. Tho ordinary pollcomnn seems to disappear when tlio night watchman arrives. Tho latter looks ns though ho had stepped out ofa comlo opera scene, nnd he has afTordod much entertainment to tho stiangors. especially to the visitors from Now Y'ork. F.very block or two In tho business and amusement district Is patrolled by ono watchman. When thoy appear in squads on tlio way to their respective beats, thoy seem to bo members of one fnmily. All nro tall and big-boned, and thoy wear big mous taches. As the stylo of his collar betrays a New Y'ork policeman, so tho moustaches and the prominent jawbones are tho tindeos ot the night watchmen of Chicago. They wear a very plain uniform, such as members of tho Grand Army ot tho Hopubllc affect, and soft military hats, with wide brims. Tlie funny feature of the watchman is his dark lantern. Knch ono carries n bull's-nyo lu plain view, and the air of mystery that it Imparts contrasts amusingly with tho simplicity betrayed in tho watchman's face. Usually tho lantern rests in the palm of tho loft bund, supported by a strap which passes over the back ot the hand. A f(-W of tho watchmen carry, also, llttlo tlmo clocks. Lach has a lung night stick nnd a sig nificant bulge wlierothohippooketoughtto be. Tho business section of Cbicago Is Included in a comparatively limited area. With the ex ception of the smaller shops and the factories that extend to the westward, all of that sec tion which eontnlns the storou. offices, thea tres, banks, hotels, and places of amusement t ould bo lifted into the space between the llnt tory and the City Hall of Now Y'ork. without crowding. The several hundred watchmen nro sup posed to guard tho property In tho district during tho night tlm. How successfully thoy do ll is shown byn llttlo incident which oc curred the other night. A citizen who was passing through Monroe street. In the whole sale district, noticed that a door load ing into manufacturing establishment wns open. Across tho street he saw a figure walk ing in the shadow. It looked as though it were trying to skulk away into tlio darkness The cltl7on walked boldly over to It, prepared to grapple with a burglar. Just as ho reached the opposite curb a light was Hashed Into bis tin e. almost blinding him. and n moment later a heavy hand wns laid on Ins collar. Then the citizen saw that ho was in tho grasp of a watch man. Fvcn tlie Chlciigoan hasn't much re Biiect for the night watelima''. and tho citizen shook himself loose n a jlffyvfind demanded an explanation in strong terms. "Oil." thu watchman said. In a rellovod tone. " I thought y on were a crook." He was greatly surprised to hear that the dooi acrosH the '-trout wns open. How could that bo, ho asked, wlion ho had been patrol ling tho block for sevoial hours I In vest i ca tion -hnwed that the building had boon entered tiy thieves', who had ran-ncked tho place, lighting tho gas ns thoy went fmm floor to floor, and milking no offort to(oncenl their presence. They selected what they wanted and then depaited through the front door. It was two hours after the cliance dis covery by tho watchman tieforo the proprietor of the concern doing business In tlio building vvns untitled. Nearly nil those wntclimen hail from the country. A good many were farm bauds nnd some wero cowboys. They are plcturosuiio llgures. but tholr ability as detectives would not be likely lo appeal to Mr. Hyrncs. Father Mnlllnger'n Will. PiTTsnuitmi, Juno 21. Bishop Pholan said to a reporter to-night that from four dlffon-nt sourcer. of Information, and from persons upon whom ho thought he could iely.hu had boon told that Father Molllnger's will had been found in thu tubernnclo of his uncoil seoratod chapol on Troy Hill Ho is ot tlio opinion that thn will will ho produced tomorrow. A Ilook on the ("li'llnu Coiitroveray. Wasiiiniitov, Juno 21. Information has been recelvod hereto tlio effect that Don Man uel Antonio Malta, who wns Minister of For eign Affairs of Chill during tlio Ilaltlmoro af fair and who wrote the insulting despatch con cerning President Harrison, bus prepared a book ot ;tt)tl pwos reviewing tho controversy, and It is now in press. nuooKi.rs. Fix letter rarriera time been aiirharaeil by Pott matter colli ni . it hi n three lay a for intoxication llie public bslliaiit Ilia foil or CnnoTer ilreet, ItrMire atreel ami nlile alreel liate lieen opened Tliev will be uaeil liy women auil Kirla un Tuetilaya anil Krldaya laniea llantej i.f Tlilrl avenue anil I'nlun atreel vaa tli-"li fli.l.i lua wann III l.eiuinliui aienue reiler iln) ami rerelinl Injuries tililrli aoon retnlteJ in hit lle.ittl I ain't fill inrtciorr for 18D3, wblch bat Juit been l-mii'il ii iCatlm JUIIMM ntlllei. 3000 un,re than latt year'- AlKo-ln ilta pertona mreach name Hie popu mum wnull tie tlo.e lo 1 000000 The rub Mill nn rbeeltaot tlie obi nrnollrnTabernnc In silieiriirl.nrii atreal 1. belnir rcmoteit in make wa) lnrlce erTtlonof a nine Hot) blli.ililll by llie lima I) n Warehoiit" and Hloraire Company lite bullion; la toioal more (ban tUXK-Oon "THE PURITY OF Apollinaris Offers the best security against the dangers which are common to most of the ordinary drinking waters." LONDON MEDICAL RECORD. ON FIRE WITH MUL -f s Terrible SiifTerlnfr-i of Iilttle nnby Seven Doctors nnd Two Hospitals Knll Cured by Cutleurn. ' 'I Mybaby boy. 5 months old. broko out with 7, eczomn. Tho Itching and burning was In- tonso: tho eczema spread to his limbs, breast. -,' fnoe, and bend, until ho was nearly covored: j. his torturing agonies wero pitinblo to behold: i, ho had nopenco and but llttlo rest night or i, --. day. Iln vvns under treat- ' f;v-r"-v--,v. nient nt different times at) i f V-"" X tvvohospitnlsandhysevea doctors ln this cltr with. I out tho least bene lit: ' I every proscription of tho - I doctors was faithfully J 5, a-- A-t trlid, but ho crow worSa ,' "V '?' if all tho time. For months . . CJ I expended about !i per i UyvJ tS wook for raodlciiios, and rS ils. wns entirely discouraged. h " i I piirchnsi d CUTICUKA, !. K.Ct TltTltA SOAP, and 1 "s - -i7" tl'TICUHA HFSOLVF.ST? . and followod the directions tn tho letter. He- lief wbb Immediate, his sufforlngs were eased. J and rest and sleep pormittcd. He steadily im- , proved, and lu nlno woeks was oijtlroly cured. l and hns now ns clear a skin and Is ns fair a "M boy ns any mother could wish to see. 1 reeom- jl mend ovory mothor to use It for every Uaby in Humor. Mr. Jl. FMttlVSOS. 'W Hit W. Itrookllno st. UoJton. M Cuticura Remedies " .1 The greatost skin cures, blood purlflers, anrl m humor remedies of modern times, Instantlr -fl relievo tho tno-t agonizing forms of eczoma m and psnriasl?, and speedily, normnnontty. oco- 'fl nomlcnlly. and infallibly euro every species of I torturing, disfiguring, Itching, burning, bleed- ,i lng, scaly, crusted, and pimply diseases anrl 'l humors of tho skin, scalp, and blood, with los j of hair, from Infancy to age. whether simple, f scrofulous, or hereditary, whon all othor moth. ods nnd bust plDslclnns fall. Sold ovory whore. Trice. CUTIOUIU. !0&s U SOAP. 25c. Hiasor.VKXT. $1. Prepared by thu POTTEU UltUa AND CHEMICAL COIt- ? P0I1AT10N, lloston. t fi-Bond for "How toCuroSkln Diseases.'' 8 04 pagos.otIIIustratlonS.iindlOOtostlmunlals. - DIIIPI.F.s. blaokheail re.l. rou-ih ebanpeil, anil oily ' llltl tkln cured by l,UTll'bRa. bOAP. , s ' OLD FOLKS' PAINS! " : Fuller rmnfort for alt Talna, lnflammkl tlnn. anil VVeakneit of the Ari It M , Ullrurit Anil. I'nln I'lo.ler. th . ,'f nr.1 ami only paln-killlng ttrenmbenlnc I platter. .Near. lnatantatuouB. nn.l Inrnlltble. &, io ciiuucu o.v mcxcrA.s. .i A Connecticut t'ouirceatlnn Fits I'p Hhctl for lta AVhcela of Iln Memlieri, Masxiierteii. Conn.. Juno 21. A fow years .J ago the man who would ride a bleyelo on Sun day was looked upon lioro as a sinner almost beyond redemption. Last woek the .commit, tcoof tho Centre Diurch voted to set lipnrt ana j of the horso sheds ln tho roar ot the church for ' a blcycloshoJ. A grout many persons, ladles aswollas gontlemon, who live ln the sur- ' rounding country, nnw come to tho Sunday ', and weok-dav services on whoels. Whenthejr iji. aro listening to tlio words of the sormon mla- chlevous joungstois exporlmont with th- bl- . cycles, nnd not a llttlo damage hns boon dono ,' by their careless use. Now they will havo a & bicycle htall In whloh to store their wheels ,i while attending scrvicos. Tho "bed will bo llttod up with stands, a whisk otoom. clothes l brush, mliror. washstand. nnd toilet articles will bo supplied, nnd nil will bo under tho 'U guardianship uf a man especially selectod for his Inablllt) to master tho untamed stood. Ho. far ns known this is tho first ohurcli In tha - ' country to tako this step. ' ,' Found JlroTrn-d Id Xewlona Creek. i. lt Tho body of a drowned man. about 35 years old, and 5 feet !) lnchos tall, was found in Now- f town Creok. near Penny Dridgc. Bllssville. lata '$' on Monday night. He was of light complex-. " Ion. with mouetacho and side whiskers. A, number of pamphlets ot tho XXna lnauranee ' Company woro found in the pocket? with the ; address "Krmontrout DeI"hor. agents.) j Heading, Po." nn tho bottom. Tho address . .i ' Edward .1. Quinn. 81 Ik Ik IHII street. Water- burv. Conn." was written on tho pamphlets ,- and also in a memorandum book, which in ad- ,', dition contained tho address "William (Jross. fi !3:i Milfoid street. ltoadlng.P.'i" Among tho -is1 othor thingslfound ln tho pockets were two , j cents in money, an oinpty red loathorpooket- ' tiook, a ring, afoot rulo. nnd some kevs. Tha. body wns romovod to tho Long Island vity Morgue It was thought in Long Inland City that poi- , slbly there might bo tome connection betweoa "iiuiu tho drowned man and Itichnrd Klnzel. who nt '"'" -H was drowned from Penny Ilrldge on Fridnyot last vveok. Klnrol's eompnnion John Ander- . son, was arrestod by tho Brooklyn polloo on suspicion of having hnd pomcthlng to do with i 7 Kln7el's death. Thoro woro no marks ot vio : lenco on tlie body found lesterday. s Last evening tho body was Idontlflod as that of Edward J. Vmnn of 81 Itnilroad Hill street. 1,, Wnterbury. Conn., a carpenter. It Is sil 1 ha g left there last fall to seoK work in Pennsylvo- 'ii? nin. As Kinzel. "tlenrgo." nnd Andersoa j 4S1 came from Pennsylvania to seek work nn Loniz Jg, Island, It Is now thought that either "George 4sS; or Ktnrei may have been goingundprn false '' name ond may ln reality have been Quinn. 'Mvfil II-iDiHton Flond. ,'!,' The marriage of Lieut. William Reeve Ham- M llton. U. 8. A., a son of den. Hamilton of Jill- "v waukoe. to Mrs. .Inno Henrietta Bond of this ? city took place yesterday afternoon nt tho X house of Mrs. A. K. Weaver at 104 Hornsea , J, street. Brooklyn. Iho ltev. Ilr. Charles H. 1 Hall of Holv Trinity Episcopal Church of- '& flclated. Among tho guests wero ien. and Mrs. Hehofleld of Washington. Oen and Mrs. "vl Howard, Llout W. I. Chambers, and CoL and 1 Mrs. Alexander Piper. ' J JOHISGS aiiout roir.v. rrancla niae. H2 yean oil. ot Ml Wett Mnetetnta) atreetattemptal aulchlu laat nltflit br lakillif lauila num. lie nraa remote to tlie tew Vorl lloejiia!. rbiir'ea A Stott illel from tjptiiii feter on ortal hloltier leltttnl jealeriliy. lie t as tnlien to tltn I'rat- ' liftertuli Uo-pitat a week nuo frumnettntt aivth alreeQ ami Thlrit aienuo. I-nthntlattt at tlie prmlnee Fchaiue aitrted heltlnc t ' on It e elei tlon )eeterlat laitnir ( iti 1 m 1 iiumtna lion aaa Lertnlnty J, II Kcj t.et .'.0 lo luon Harrlton'tl - i. elerllon. VV. K Miller nml I I' Onttrell too. nit beta. ' ,j Inr Ten hat reeelxil f. from 'Finik) u liner r Shoe To. ttrtilim ort. i onu for itie iiettituie iiurrousbs . j, fainily, ;ol VVaalilligt'iiuivriiui llroiUlin llil, wiiri -if. tuma prevlouili nek. .iwleilueil, mukert a lolal ot 9r r,i so . -i lreilerlckTaslor.il )nrioil,a pupil In Orjiauar J School r.i. in Aiiiner.lniii atmiie win ilrounel letter- t m ilni abliebatblnir In llie llinlsmi litter m lie fnoi o, rii inilliatreet. lie lit el at dOii viotier law nvcuiie. Tb , boily wai recovtrtil & Tlie flrat of ibe atrlaet lobe orler'il In eiipriort of the . gr cahlnelmaaera vino are on ttrll.e fur Ilia enrtit bour ( ;- tiorLitat took plnee yeater.liiv ontHenew bull litnra la . y Mnel) rtrtt tlrcet, liuei ii I liditli an I Moth avenues.'-, , About forty men of tari.iin Kaili a went oul - Frlendteif llioBriillte snrkera iKiilinril m nt ill th ,f lean lntho VMnJonr 1litir- i"i etenlnir thei ilia J! rlratotnlienem eerha u! rfnniis'itra in ill I ( f lh , $i general tlrlle nt. 1 e grulill- nnl rt a irlttii Tba , benem will lat for lite mtlita ami tliera mil bu mail- rt neeaon Weilneaila) ami -atiir.1.4) jg .liutlce lloitan In tin Vnkillle I'nllco f'o irt yeitai. ' 4, rtay, hel.t Mltlnel I vtiiriinti aniwe- lo a charge of Vi a. anil nreterrid bi Pr llob-Tt Heneilix or no nral SS! atreel llie rio lur -nnl llial In r'futeil nluit In Murl.lt. J on Ibt itreal.aiiillta'a l- e(m la later be vralatruolc' ( JBi i n llie neck tilth a pie e or patina-eti.ne, thrown, Ua - alleKeit. by Murtlia . M McnloCiiiieo, an It illiin fruit Importer, tat am'-tel ' & yeaterdat on a warrant i icirKiiiK turn with un lert alu- HS" int an intolce or tvten.l ito cafcit or fined iiiuab- Ufa rnomtwhiPli b rerettel on vtnrrh 17 IH91 C.nea M' waa a inttonier of Antonio ( utajar a Cu.tnjii llnuaa , Q broker wl ii U iiinler in In tno in al Trenii.n tm uioler- Si, WtlKhlni; 1'ntr.lar vt at ari-enti it bero anil bit aci ouiitl tffr ttere etaiiniie.l Iii ttiiittin) Cuneo'a underraluaiion -yii nae dltrorered W SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE FILLS. f PURELY VEGETABLE AND STRICTLY RE- " LIABLE. M $ Thoy net directly and promptly on tho Liver and Sloinacli, leatoring Is, tho constipaiotl oran.-i to linallliy activity, ami aro a positive ami per. fectly Safe Cure for Constipation, iJi Liver Complaint, S ck Headache, c Biliousness, and all oth?r disoiihea arising from u diiordorotl comli-a f Wi. tion of tho Livor aitd StomiiclL -flK Tliey nrn the OXLY ItKLIAMLK VKGE. JKf TAItLK MVKK I'IMi SOLI); They nro $ I'KRKKI'ILV HAIt'll.KNs; rhev ur -"J Pl'KKLY VKfiinWHI.I'VntY liiKM. IIH, HCItllM U.'H HonU uu I on.un.i.llor Liter ompntlnt nud Uyape-telu ami free. DR. 1. H. SCKENCK & SQN. PblUdBlt)hlit Pv '