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VOL 80, No, 0,288. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. TWO CENT. *"* "'b''' *''" t
- i.-nrar --mum- re
FU[NANOT L
5 A". 6 PE. CENT INTmwm
Wehave..,mlespe.re..s .em
aet morew setr -a sad by the
ermnyr. I a thee to ST* yea, I
samS of S5Mto 350.0 at ft" valm
a"t oeevuad teterest. pa" I putr coen
thereby a-tttap you 3 1 or cemi the 2e1
year. and 0 per cat for the seting
Varied
EiEnaTma BONDS.
The d"0etue, bod teed by the
tempany we ueseient inestmemt.
They am maled by bSt mrtgagee held
by the Beal Egsa. TiO and IUnsarme
Cosnpay of this enty as ras for the
hendhodrm am further ecaed by the
eatire sam" Uf the eampay and the
.umble liability of ies stockholders.
Tte~e bomdb ae emd in -m of
4100.00o11d l.OOapayspereest
hnteeest. lnturet is payable semamna
oily and the boads requtrvabolutely so
sttetka fry. the helders. Thems boeds
*.er an opportunity to tovet amy
a'nwat fe s4to 0O.10.om
AMERICAN aECURITY AND TRUST CO..
A. T. BRITTON. Pnodeat
1" St. m.W. It
HOUR EVIDENCE.
It In freqaently stated that the death elmias of the
-quitabla Life Auramre Socty am paid wifeht da
Jew.
inre March 1 the E4uitable bas paid over $S.MM
to Washimitem beactatSes. Tom ca mily lavesti
--a the peimptuesa With which thee clatim have
been aid. Following is the ]be:
fea. W. W. Ba .. .1
L_ N. Ealb . ... .....
o.mcmenantae ...........
0. 4-. Cornwall
. . M-ees
. cW. WPtd.......... ............ .000
-. aksrdfrd..
alta Eh.-rs
The mtni~ty of the Eqaitablees teth cletmare
pad 4e rerp dg p roots of death ar recetved.
J'. cofeedee. C a se.
BOWE% A ALL. teeldent Vanarer
Pqidtame Life Awsurance twetey of the Cated Statee.
jel0 laettF St. n. V.
$800X IStUE .-YEARS 5 PER CENT
8W- , rRINCE GERGES COI*NTY
INEING REND bNDS.
hXEMPT FROM COWNTY AND MUNICIPAL
TAXATION.
Thp eunty comnubsetcner for Prince Georse'a
eeaty. N, r>:aad, are authefted by act of the ern
ess! .e..iily or Varviand 5Iew. ae ter 55. to is
.s. sib. nal it the hbrhea i iduter for camb. at a pohlic
etna, derty tmusand dollars of coupon ht~de ofI
eat u .santy, t as a. thirty yeaTs fronu date. to de
mmtti.u 1.f4#. adt 1.(14 , heainw ive (3) per
eat tutemret - annaan, nuaabe seai-eamaally. on
i le t day of Januar y sna July.
These he ud. are secured by the provisions of said
jaw re.,uirinr suod untv centetsionerm each year
_.e..with the. .ur 1W!. anu'aIly tUp levy am
of 4.0fm. U. eme-etnte the stahinar
lenA for their roenjten at usaturity. and this
$4.000 levy the AT ]*a Oa the coumty evenue of
' aessu.eue value of the pru.sty of the ronaty
emer 19.041). (M); ljicreasinur in value SA Ue
and V. It.. ad Sand . L R. sad around
The total bondedt dtebt o- the county. Iaiag thsb
teene. wih V.- 4l0-.feNu*ly
TiAe coutV -.henatmtners of %aid netaty will. on
tbe i Hilt fEIHi DAY OF J'NI. l3flt, at the hoar
of TWFLV E .. at the court boae ,oor. t the towa
"f rpser Maulboe.. Priace Goke'"ws e..unty. MA1..ofer
the above bonds o, sale. accordinar to the said act of
amebly. JUBM MITL..a
Paeaident. *e
1105. E. WILLIAMS. Clerk. &c. jS6.209
S.IEB STOCE
In the
CO-OPERATIVE TOWN COMPANY
Ofer- oporta-itkes vampsan
3avelopmsema. mide ahseedy p r esy divbidede.
2.200 SUARES O STOCK
Owned i& Washamstem.
lid em the So aftmet plca.
C. R. MeLAIn.
31 Atlastie building
Agent for the DlimrIet ef Columtbi.
be
RQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE
XILDING ASSOCIATION.
OFFICE. 1003 P ST.
.&ANG. These who deIre loas to pay for peep
4ty. pay of mortesses. or for b-uiO.
purpossa, abeeld scerta the term upon
which amussy is loeaed by the Equitable
Coopestsie Bndag Aoeortation.
Ehty-eevea snrthly payminte of prim
ep1l 1" ts, settise a lee. in fal.
Any pwefisa er afi of a la. however.
may be settlad gt ay time by peing se
erased tainse to as Ct moa asette.
mist.
T I. Isoa ID sdaft e fN1.a3e.
J'ampAh"t esplealwe freems
ad breat. f the eseied .ied eWAer
smamem ea eraie seppeteesa
at the qee. M Fet.
M UIow Or STOCK
Opeu ser sh1ette.
'thrse. Sg50manshly.
I30. JOT EDON. a.
6-0ft e: Sam. toSe : p.m. I43.9
ATTENTON.
tSch In TNE CO-OPERATITE T1WN COMPANY
to the way to srpss amy tvestmeM em
rIs 313031 relafe- to otam. town bui.ltug
Th LEyoIad Compay
V we.wepuga oin with a cnap
MAsec a than Sadat
eemt; d5 ct: Uls
es ig inth ogst to (f. (IS a
-a synesementoveatmeatof O100,P
Isnowe woeth prehably 30.W~~0
ufagh. Ky.. to two yeas became acf
tason ton y tockaplate
C. 3. Ne.aIU
- 31 Atlantic M .
T.3 NATONAL. SANE DE1,062.
SAYINee AND ThUST COMPANT
@1131 DISTRICT OP COLUMNIA.
gomm 31T3 31. AND NEW 103E ATE.
mnm'maw T mIAL ACT OPW
cramtss-ter. M seau f e
mosr. -.m ensm. -es a bad
-b rs b aseeseh memess s m--. wha o to
ani mbseeemgiter e sua
--.,.ameerespsw to -m at TE 15T
~~A55AB Ts.=ram. S
enh m er hemA semsei 0e at p .
menset tobens mmpm... ealts
--e oatwanr==1 iB -m ~naaa
FINANCIAL
A GARANTEE
eio carrie s. 0..23 per moth;
Cafn e addres
C. . MNErAM
District Anw.
3 41 Atlantdbuildi.
FIDELITY
BUELDING. EOAN .AND INVESTMENT ASO
CIATION OF WASHINGTON. D. C. I
OFFICES: 913. 915 and via r ST. N. W.
To those dsting a iberal and m& investment we e
e-Mand Om-8 per ceal 5-yar CopO COeSaCO.
- P., Cant paidom segular Deposito.
You en bou w $1.09 frma a em Real Easae
maedriy s'd pay it bak at the rat ct 513 per mouth. 3
00erm umpscedentd opportnity for Invetne-a.
romined with atimlate scurity. 30.0W shawea in
STOCK 01 PER SEARE. ti
MATURING IN 1M MONTHS.
WITH GUARANTERD VALUE OF iMMA
An memey merwed by besS real estate. Lmn made
Under the personal It.pection 00the [email protected] Of the
.mo.lal. Safety gasrmateed. lear cormi I
m-bdid. Chcularm and other Iafrmation at odee.
WARRISON DINGMAN .... .................. Proqdt Y
ANDREW WALL ..Vice Preddet m Manager
ALONEO TWEEDALE........................ se-etary
GEORGE GIB SN.. . . Teasurer. :
EDW. 8. YOR...... .Managerata. Departmt
BEO. W. LEACH... Amt. Manager Loan Department
5. . SMITI.................................... AIttOrey
LF CREDIT I
TRAVELERS IN ENGLAND AND ON THE
CONTINENT ISSUED BY
LEWIS JOHNSON & CO..
lea-10 Bsun Builn. 131a Y it.
THE OHIO NATIONAL BANK
Or
WASHINGTON.
capital.............................. 4 = 0m
Car. 12th and G ta, .w.
Beidimbeing esiaeed i a general boakhir balamea
the Ohio National Bank has devoted a larm. porion
* the vault Space in Its substantial NEW ULDING
l a mumber of SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. renting _
Vsom W to 035 per annum, afEodtng absolute rutee-g
on to valuable papers of all kinds.
J. D. TAYLOR....................Preident.
J10. Q. JOHNSON.............. Tie Pr.ddnt. S
C. H. DAVIDUE..........Camer.
C. A. BAKER ................Amistat C ie.
may17-I1m
Fo A CONSERVATMVE iNVESTMENT
PROMISING LARGE RETURNS.
.Addres
C. B. McMLAI.
Dkirict Aentfcr
TAE CO-OIPERATIVE TOWN COMPANY.
Som 31. AtlUtic building..
S
is
WESi END NATIONAL BANK.
1415 0 .Cr
Chg. A --I. Pr.adnt.
A. P s. ARDON Ve Prddet.
- iniMA3k V MS . ILey..
In N os8 kx" Bachu
n. HW. A.RuOP. A.T
C. WInd'.u
;73L TW 4. I~'A. Meflhaumy,
L S. ==. WIL. Wilcol"
a heu W l dpm ooy.n..
Ina0 . CO ERU. JN . . X.fCAtm
COEIPON . TACAE NEY 0
GLOVES BUILDING. 1L419 FF 51N W
1eei. Macht.. 1ASINTm.D. Cofu.
an aeale agnSors na
Railroad Stoee aw toTNew maT all acurtia. l.d.
a h ezrmaaioi aw Yrk. phaiphie. Boston
aed Sultianor, bomabt and mld.
II~
3T EWIT 0 RWBUE. C
1r 1....Wbe NOON D-..ps C.tr, .
3O6gi (m U do m oral m I isa cfok dias .
withouBe weleto Ne aor le and mspon
Tis dr sme a .s H.k WNh
snow.em "ammfy I.Y. RIty. M
sead ombaitam lc deadf
~ts tai eane al mthem.etimo Dr .
WIHS . abe Cel ad eM. 0
who Hp 9L. WAhIN.earsD. rfht a
gapen niv ahepast few ae fte sase
iot ethae, b f a Now Y an Cby p
hish thesc maibwmaqhalthb
To. man ahil besk ande atentand
eIt -a- ofthe -aesm ELCm Til-acd 0
zsm hAt. absputio n as apd mwear dby
iTemp ahi wil by a mpl laya ands
yetmo themina teacs E.UT
P02038E hav. bea am d threeAhout the
United Stame and hadseds her. In Wash, a
& n~The Eiehiie "vlctory" isa .
-es eas ser E...e... va..t Ne. a
veeman., ladia..on. Malmsta. Co.-tipr. ga
tem. Eiemer and 1.tver ITs-.-- hc.. and
this feet is emelasively press. by trut&J'aI
~aey of iisil witenees. We will
besled to ahoy the large anmber of
Wemasem T...aaa.teid.. we h
as thane born sepususI premathoghont
the e.emy. hi mwn ecse, the maat ad.
,aeeie eaves ase asm qrasse. If you
e~ he....the
"EECRPO8 VICTOR." It ear '
emlg be eemie at the uthe ct MIS
L.UL. L.ENMAN, whe has had a deds c
uartei eeace in s samamn et
eksemis e.s aseser seeseid her In
surnesarns Dr. m.chs hiesf the
iasspesi i amand peee Bt ane
sistuan. A heecere-psa dietiom -. T1
eampan eack nemmat. Ba n s e
"F1..e~o.o.. VcTOBT.- -
inmhinam. lsiepas.. 3hiep.m.
ase eaVtam. 5.0.
W. U. U1- n A. MUS3B.
W. N. 8.....aI o..M,
mmammg
-BECE UEBAN. -n ANB aU0&ana
Nm. me lqgmB!3vAUA AV,.
WEL. MAKE A DUOnOeUg W
mUmTAN. EEL ur messm.
.ua 60MBAu A.i.in E 6 .4
Mr W aaL. . el
en - il.amsn
SPIECIAL NOTICES.
s.3 V. ii. S. INGE5 OF XMISISIPPI,
servOicO.s In M. &Curch. at. na
..e eveing at S p.m. Come and
B..
THE AN1IEIAL MEETING OF THE
t Aholders Of th ricanA
for the eltion of r tors
be a., a.n. w., Washin on.C.9ea
Af .REUDEN DOO .T
. . L , y i
See. tY30-21w
THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
nt of the preratory school will
Splace at the NSw National ter- on 8ATUR
AT. June 11, at a o'clock.
The blic are invited.
300 _ JAMES C. WEI.UNG. President.
CUSTOM HOUSE GEORGETOWN, D. C..
A COLLECTOR'S UFFICE. Jn 7.1M.
NAZG OF NAME OF STEAM YACHT.-t'nder
bapter 107.of thelaw of 1851. and in pm suance of au
borty of the commiesoner of nsviration, notcee is
poeby given that on the application of C. A. Snow
suer. the nanme of the steam yacht *Belle L.'
to * . ofikal nunater 3171. has been
-ange to 14nm". A. JOHNSON.
je7-4t' Collector of Custonis.
r-.ItROOMS 5 AND 6, REAL ESTATE TITLE
Ins. buildlur. No. 470 La. ave. n.w.-Hav
,,Zeer assoeated with my husband. Gen. R. D.
luosey for sixteen years in his law busineos he has
rwtll left it to me.- I shall continue to conduct the
Mee and have secured as my aa3ociate Mr. J. H.
ichliter a member of the bar of the Supreme Court
f this Dsit. I solicit from a generous community
o continuance of its confdence and ratronare.
jo-Im ELLEN SPENU IMUBSEY.
STONEWORK AT LOWEST PRICES.
tatter
hat nature
STONEWORK
DU may uire we
renre to trive yon
to be m 'eria/ the bene
t of our rsta ndeo n1hcitHNe an I
iperience. and the lo'cest mosslile
. If you desire to erect a MONU.
ENT or VAULT w- will cheerrtilly tsr
1eA desivs and estimates. In feet re will
arnish &#as dese4ne for any kind of STONE
ORX. STONE for buildig purposea and
[ABLE for interior decorat on are our special
s. The front of the American Security and
rust Company's buildinor is a testimonial to our
bility to do the best aork in the city.
J. F. MANNING.
Menuntental Works,
Cr. 14th and H sts. n. w. myll-Im
BLUE AND BLACK SEROES.
In this announcement we wish tocall your
attention to our Blue and Back Serge Suite.
Style of coat. single-breasted cutawaysack,
half lined; style of vest, single-breasted. 5
button, with notch collar. Material, Peace
dale Serge. Cjay's weaves. fast color. Size,
23 to44. Stout and long sizes also. Price,
015 per suit.
GEORGE SPRANSY.
o7 434 7th sL n.w.
MILLON4 HAVE BEEN SPENT BY OUR
Washington friends for Caseart's Fine Hams
.d oeless Bacon when they were not Casmard's at
I. We have tried several plans to ove-rcom- this lif
ulty and have finally adopted a. blue oval tin taw
th our name printed on it in white. which is afRlxeA
all our Ine meats whether covered or uncovered.
on't b, deceived. Insist upon having only goods with
ti tag attached to thei al-tr
MICHIGAN HARDWOOD REFRIGERA
tors. Gas and New Prores Gasoline Stoves.
m a>ve, anne and furnace work. plimbing and gas
ngarden hose. Pay cash anti save 20 per cent.
Tel. WM. ranQ3-3m) JN0. MORAN, 1ll Pa.ave.
MAN TELSI, ANDIRONN. FENDERS,
Orates. Wrought-iron Ga Fixtures. Ae.
dscouints while rnaking chanwes.
mhl4-tr J. I. CORNING. Tie Shop. 5'0 13th a.
CZR;aNEW DEPARTURE IN FINE TAILORINO
. D. BARR. 1111 Pennsylvania ave.
Suits from $35 up.
Trousers from S10 up.
Low prices from this date with high-rrade art. Ja2D
PACKAGE CAR.
G0eoretown and Tenallytown railway will run
a comnbination package. passenger and smoking car
oa 32d and M ste. through to Bethesda Park. leay
gatilandlam. and 2and 5p.m. Rateforsmall
kares. 5 cente: for bulky packages in bgs and bar
10 cents er 100 lb.. my19-Im
WILL'S CANDIES LEAD;
Others arD nowhere In compari
ICE son. The standard of excellence
CREAM Is continually maintained.
f the There's no bachalidiny either. in
Ptt. purity. freakseas or delicions
ne. Ifyou baven't yet tried
then. Get .1 Box To Tr!' Candy
at 0) cents; Candy at 40 cents;
Candy at 25cents: all are divine.
Our FRUIT CRYSTALS areor ICE
own'orignation.and what's more, CRE.iM
theyre so che that every one Served to
navethem. They'ealuxury. Faimilies.
at they're only 13 CENTS a box.
Gl & SoN,
Progressive mctnr,
1.10 COR I ITH AND F STS.
LET.. REA.ON TOGETHER.
Is't this a plesant proposition? Could anything be
her? We think not. and because life is so short.
ippose we condense matters and briefly mentior,
cte-Axed by Ageoro-andsee if the subtle sophistries
a surly set of sinister sneaks can by any possible
Sans-upset them
If we have been too rude in our characterization of a
fedy gang of gangrenous ghouls-we desire to be
dd personally responsible, and have no higher ambi
Du than to be aforded the opportunity to defend our
IL
YES!
The suits of Clothes which we sell to Me. of any
s frema 33 to 40.
AT $7.50 A SUIT
re vastly superior to any suits we have ever seen
lered. here or elsewhere, at 50 per cent advance on
r agures.
The Suts of Clothes for Men which we sell
AT $10 A SUIT
I- such s to he amired and sought after.
Many of a like quality we have seen on the persons
tallividuals in this city who claimed to have paid
to hundred per cent more than the price we name
id who obtained their suits at a house of no mean
upoetions, and of no small caliber, save in the feehle
sin which directs its workings.
AND YET.
To limtent to their
DISCLAIMER
fany wrong intent. one is forcibly rendnded of
E AZaE-''-who, sandaing before the Prophet. indig
atly skoed: ''Ama I a dog that I should do this
AND YET,
the Scriptures he true. a few momentmdhereafter he
rpetrated a murder most foul and the victim was his
mefactor. Thus we find it in the businees world
ast thoe who have been lifted from ot~seurity into
ornn=.me are. as a rule, the first to turn and stab
osi bemefactors. However true tis may be it
neant prerent us from selling
PONGEE3 COATS and VESTS at
@1.00,
fILDREN'S SNORT PANTS SUITS at @1.50,
id when eses to the quesiton of
MEN'S PANTALOONS
be ares ipleak for themaselvos. and all -e who
......t. knowhow toSppme..t.e.e. .1.2..
L.B0, S1.75, 00.00 $2.50, W8.78, @3. 00 pward.
fl. ye! yI We willmnestyou at Phillipgle. In other
VICTOR E. ADLER's
10 er Cent Clothi=g House,
eIe.. anm..- .n...
STRICTLY ONE 1RICE,
WCme 0ss oa sate Une. Weemsame and
b ees T tB1 e'eins*.
Ss... ...................... U ma
IT T.. B...
22B au a main
LUTE s Sal
SPECIAL NOTICES:
Szemzw Is seeer sweater than whm Ar
made. Our Highgrade Cresms
Butter dreetjes th esnm tAr
tiaes o ree isa great sucem, am
our castoners seem never to tire
rramsing the quality. We have ages
reduced the prive.
Peonies S1rin0ge Water is conceded to possess grm
merit. Try it. We an the whol
sale and retail agents.
Oranges and Lement of very yu perior qualst yare no
being offered by us at reasonah
rates.
Mandhelisg Jara Cefee is the highest grade of Coff
known to the trade. We have ti
renuiw Mandkelingfresh roash
every single day of the week exsej
Sundays. Price reasonable.
Alphonzo Youngs Company, 428 9TH ST. it
THE VERY LATEST
AND
THE "BEST."
Today a new brand of beer uakes its appearance c
the market. The name "Wlkt" bestowed upon th
particular brewing is no misnomer. Cominr as
special product of the great breweries operated by ti
National Capital Brewing Company-brewed for ti
exclusive use of F. H. Finley & Son-made of ti
very best malts procurable and imported Bohemia
hops, the "Best" beer, although a newcomer. wil
through Its excellence and superior merit, take bi
little time in becoming popular with all consumers <
the foamina beverage. This brand can be supplied 1
no Arm except the Mesors. Finley, according to the
contract with Mr. Albert Carry, president of the con
pany. The beer is eight months old-just the prop
are.
Beer* that are brewed In other cities and shipped I
Washin4ton lack the requisite freshness and flavor i
the "Beat." which is bottled from kers that leave tI
vaults every uorning. It is bottled by experience
workmen, who know the value of using care in tran
ferring the beer from keg to bottle. Agah
the properties of the beer are I erfectly pure. unadu
terated and able to stand the test of any analyss. TI
materials used in its manufacture are selected by e
perts. M-iny beer drinkers are prejudiced in favor .
some especial brand that they consider a good thin
It Is the acune of comne n sense to hold on to a got
thing when you have it. but always let go when som
thing better turns up, like the "'est" Beer. for il
stane.
Every proinnnt salon and restaurant in the cil
will handle ''Best" if they desire to keep up with tl
times It will be sold over the bars of all the hotel
and Its presence in family refrigerators is assure
by the advance orders that have been received. Wh#
you ask the bartender for It insist on having it colt
When you drink it you will notice that it has not tl
thick nealy taste so unpleasantly characteristic of
rreat many other brands.
That the beer is a thinit of excellence and worthy 4
notice will be niore than rranted after the first bott]
by lots of beer drinkers who fail at present to see am
merit in home products. DdIing these days of sult
summer there Is nothinr nore gra - to the thirst
than a "small hottle and another oi. " Make it tl
"Best" when you give the order and you will hai
done justice to your pidate and stomrach.
"Beat" beer Is hottled only by FRAN K H. FINLEY
SON. l'It D street northwest. Hotels and famili
supplied. You can order by telephone or mail al
get waited on promptly. Telephone call 541. jet-.
3 JOHN J. COSTINETT .
V%' ST. N. W..
MERCHANT TAILOR.
ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS' OUTFITTER.
Suits V25 up. Trousers, $5 up. Fits guaranteet
First-class appointments. apo-3r
SPECIAL NOTIC PERSOt-(-NS HAVIN
painting to do will aid it to their interest I
call ,u or addrese JAS. A. OLENN. cor. id and
st. n. w. Paintinrdn all its branlhes. jes-0t*
ff-- THE HIGHEST RESULTS
of the tvgorwurphest pse
-are fully exemplified in the Printing am
Engraving done here. It is human natim
to judge by appearances. and in so doi
you are oftener right than wrong. A mat
business Is usually gauged by his oiB,
stationery. You cannot afford any but t)
best, since it pays for itself in more wa3
than one. I have fathered a majority c
the most artistic pieces of printing, ei
gravinr, brochure., &rc., gotten up in th
city, and will be glad to submit you san
Iles. estimates, he.. upon request.
W. F. ROBERTS,
Late oftthe Gednr & Roberts Co. QfAlezandria, V
14210 at. n. w. (opposite Riggs House). js
jU--zTHREE POINTS
OF SUPERIORITY
TEND TO KEEP THE
REMINGTON
ETANDARD TYPEWRITER
Ahead of all Competitors.
EXCELLENCE OF DESIGN.
SUPERIORITY OF CONSTRUCTION.
EASE OF MANIPULATION.
CALL AND SEE THE NEW 'IN MODELL
WYCEOFF. SEAMANS & BENEDICT,
LE DROIT BUILDING,
mhI7-tr bTH AND F STS. N.W.
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TH PROEM SOLVE.
TE CAIRTE N l.
A DICISIOli' A1IMHPOIIS
ETAILS OF TH'YOTE.
Closing'Scenes of
the Convention.
AEXCITING CONTEST
END OF THE STRUGGLE
THE PRESIDENT WINS
THE PROCEINSOL.
SpsbsadEthsamBfrteBle.
ThE waIretonionA anrAIhering
the on en tiefon.
wouldh.e nmnd n thaa ef tet ballt.
Warneri D illerc took the platfoStr. oscn
Cr. Blano's I. no inxao un 0
There ew-sgeatoM eentuione d etheenm
for botlaine and cHerion e till atr gttof
the bheftoncmbndl.ors
Harriso, m co fided, tlf N ort ed ha hee
-ol th e nominate of the Harrs ot.
nOrdraina lly etoed.
- Warner Mpooer tof oki n the -----rmto--o
r. ea's mination.
Itws When etheatr iller menmtined thel nae
teof lametheWchele idngl bra e a l rseed
fo th e P in tn d f arrin i ee.
nintion tmibeas
Pinkte of ne W issia n ame-nima -
tie.. oiain
De w mta f he amnatina shld na
esie Vi es red andi akammam
lmseen a wtall i e. a esse a bn
OFFICIAL 33|17EM.
'e ocial baflot was as follw:
Harrison ---.-............. .......... ans 1.4
MKietamy .-..-....... -..
Blaine .................. . . . .. 14
eed ................ ........
Limesta ................ .............
Total ente.... ............. g9 14
Neesnary. ................................ 4gg
The Vein by States.
*Alabaans-Harrbon, 15; McKinley, Y.
Arkan--Harrison, 15; McKinley, L
California-Harrison, 8; Bineos. ft Mei
lay, .
Colorado--Blaine, S.
Connecticut-Harrison, 4; McKinley, U.
Delawa--Harrison, 4; Eline, 1; McKlay,.L
Florada-Harrison. 8.
Georgia-Harrsn,L
Idaho-Blaine, 6.
Indiana-Harrison, 8.
IMlinois-Harrison, 3; Blaine, 14.
Iowa-Harrison, 20; Blaine, 5; McKinley, 1.
Kansas-Harrison, 11; McKinley, 9.
Kentucky-Harrison, 22; Eaine, 2; McKinley,
1; one absent.
Louisiana-Harrison, 3; Blaine, S.
Maine-Blaine, 12.
Maryland-Harrison, 14; McKinley, .
Maiachusetts-Harrison, 18; Blaine, 1; Me
Kinley, 11.
Michigan-Harrison, 7; BbIne, 2; McKinley,
19.
Minuesota-Harrison, 8; Eains. 9; MeKiney,
7. - -
Mi-iouri-Harrison, U; Blaine. 4; McKinley,
2.
Mississippi-Harrison, lax: Elaine, 4M.
Montana-Harrison, 5; Elaine, L
Nebraska-Harrison, 15; McKinley, L
Nevada-'Blaine, 6.
New Hampshire-Harrison, 4; Blaine, 2;
Reed, 1; Lincoln, 1,
New Jersey-Harrison, 18; Blaine, .
New York -Harrison, 27; Elaine, 35; McKin
ley, 10.
North Carolina-Harrison, 17%; ElaIne, 2%;
McKinley, L
North Dakota-Harrison. 2; Elaine, 4.
Ohio -Harrison, 1; McKigy, 45.
Oregon--Harrison, 1; McKinley, 7.
Pennsylvania-Harrison, 19; Elaine, 3; Mc
Kinley. 42.
Rhode Island-Harrison, 1; Elaine, 5; Me.
Kinley. 1; Reed, 1.
South Carolina-Harrison, 13; Blaine, a; Mc
Kinky, 2.
South Dakota-Harrison, .
Tennessee-Harraon, 17; Elaine, T.
Texas-Harrison, 22.
When the vote of Texas was announced, show
ing that Harrison was successful, the delegatee
and people in the galleries shouted.
Hato were thrown in air; fags, fans and
plumes waving; yelling continued.
When Texas had voted Harrison had 458
votes, eight more than were nece.ary to nomi
nate.
Elliot F. Shephard was called to the chair by
Maj. McKinley, who took a place on the oor
and asked for recognition.
To Make It Unnaim.ons.
McKinley moved Harrison's nomin.tion be
made unanimous.
The uproar continued, Mr. Shepard having
trouble to get order to hear McKinley.
The motion was ruled out of order.
Vermont-Harrison. 8.
Virginia-Harrison, 9; Blaine, 13; McKin
ley, 2.
Wyoming--Harridon. 4; Elaine, 3. 1
Washington-Blaine, 1; McKinley, 1; Harri- r
son, L
Arizona-Harrison, 1; Blaine. L
Wiconsin-Harrison. 19; laine, 2; McKin- b
ley, 3.
West Virginia-Harrison, 12.
District of Columbia-Blaine. 2.
New Mexico-Harrison, 6.
Alaska-Harrison, 2.
Utah--Harrison,'2
Oklahoma-Harrison, 2.
Indian Territory-Harrison. L
The Total Vete-Harrinso. M a
BENJAMIN HARRISON.
Brief Sketch of His Clvil, Military and IN- l
tical Career.
Benjamin Harrison was born in the hose of 5
William Henry Harrison at North Bend, Ohio,
August 20, 1838. He was just seven years old '
when his grandfather was elected President in b;
the "hard-cider-and-log-abin" campaign. The
lad was taught at home, sent to the district
school regularly, then to (ary's Aadeanmy, near e
Cincinnati, and at fifteen was natricolated In
Miami University, at Oxford, Ohio. Ia Jans
ary, 1852, he was graduated from that snives- ti
aity fourth in a class of sixteen.
For two years he studied law in the e~ec of
Bellamy Story at Cincinna. Base hews
twenty-one he had married and bess .a~msa
to the bar. In 1854 he settled in indan=.geb,
entering the omoie of Jae. H. mea, eierk of th
district court of the United Slates, and while
there wa Invited by Naj. emtha W. Gegs d
to a..ist In the prasetelo. of ths...aeb..aea
"Point Lockout" burglary mae, being pitted
against Goy. Wallace, who qepassnted the ds- I
fense. Gov. Wallace was Imperese with hi
perseverance and energy and invited hm to
partnership. Oas of his emelst emaspmsmts ti
was by the d..em.ti geemmer, Jesiph A. a
Wright, In the legislative inve w, h...e g
he displayed much ability. S...... ami~ Ue. b
lowed, and whem he wseeted Paesathe I
stood at the head ot his prmmiin in t h ae l
Brevet 3mig. Gem. Hanuisem's wr sseribassa
follows: Be wa c.....a..i. in Jaip, 33 ea
assea.-a--setcfaiha.atsem,.a. 4 p
esmaw A oft he seveatbin Immm va as
inatry, -a ---"-a.. o egg d
.s. etieelofm Agat wmMad.t
mst Is mnsky ama ama snd ase
eat in June, U hseetu edhssew ha
elin Febumny, 1a85 . p.
M. Essaas bem in p .. I
133, wheaha lask tbsse O hastai.
laehk- assiwesyestin pewas emA, Emi h
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*=egmese Amwkle ..'e a
for vice 4reiis
Coxvaxrso KIaLL, MDmaaoLaa, d J. .IL
Pelsgtea ae- coming id lowly. nm ingre
an is quite genmral that Whitatw mai em
cive the momnuatim for Vie P ident.
Whkb4rew DAM Sedeebe.
It Ik sow deimitely stated thAt party frind
ave aected Whitulaw Baid for Vie a.idem.
mined so eoder.
The coeventon was eaMed to ader at M
n..alaewo. cttd Var.
he roll of tate em ordered for t6 peen..
tAm of oadida. for Vice Preeidmt.
Whabelaw nDwe rnM F-mm
Mr. OCommer of New York Paenite dh a
mn of Whitdlaw Reid.
Mr. Reid's ra se received with geemt
General HorN Porer took the platforen to
mooed the =n--l--*i-- of Mr. Reid.
Porters eulogy of Mr. Beid was emeedlamgite
e-i received and he was freqmUty inerupted
Trom Reed. Nam Peame..
Mr. ble of Teammemsee presented the -'m
.reat oheeig .ni over the heR.
Mr. immne. of Virginia encemd the mein.
oretoTho.. B~eed,
say Deed Wt De-.
A Naime degte says he Ia eertoiu tha
---n 3. Reed would deeImm
Wisaaw Daiead ----.
-L1-Whiteinw Raid Ia m.-...a.
Red ----.- he choesa the ee
frvise p-sdet
ODEAT DAT V0B ENBEAWA.
mee et Pemae Meube.
1h sa gats a de m. The he.- -
eeelesy ton te ity he esned wUma ^
In as imees vtinl of me White C
-.ad eho ee e eme ese me engad
maa f sUei sene. dq er
t sek eadheeped7e ed bhee to
-eam ha deum -m enmme. of
encmea ~ m.- .e he mi- a
essel-.nP=. hed efradeiem
see b me S
~..d.....as
Men by Oe er~y tothe fmicnt
prt at ae commun e on eiedentaala,
ld repat wal as gem adopt.d.
his Is dusestoed to indieset the amti-lIar
see people have made lmir eumblimatioe and
FOe esideet ebumgh to rk 6 ete eithust
0re dBM y.
The pam-- loam at -md6- tas begin at
im.
Mihbigm ui ete gar Algee. ifat ., on Sat
-Iet
Meateo Km wO vote fmr Allies.
IN this smnnommt am.laed the lospes e th
ai-Ereria people.
he Uhin. men do Ot propose to et a vte
0 rached today =nio. th. lmatio changes
itban boa.
60ume of the dIe i M am etld fer tiee for
ftmfresme. andmeTe was suase dloy at tiks
loge when mooinein-- were in ader ea
inched. he time ae flled in at* vaisoml
ammns matier.
Tere wea a feelilg of eaqe ew4ctetie. i
he cameuotios. There wasr general ani
eatmadaag that the anM-Hani.m an
Fae to make a beak for McKie
Py. hmey uddeenly assumeed an air
ScomdeMe and the Harrmeism men didt
at know what to mhe of Wa The latier
lid not know jut why they should
e ansiums, but many of them rmeeit
be0 did mut keep up the igt' ens
m a fomtimation was mA.
Tbe steAment that the anti-dirins men
see efected a ceami-tiem throes eates-ent
koubt into the attuatmem to make it beowtdering
o delegates thremelvea, but them is a ferling
hat the eMd is near and a comgratime calm
m come over the arneabinga.
The rull of tato for wotminatiem of Prad
lent -me began at 12:28. whten the Colrs'ai.,
lenator. Wolcott, arone to put Mr. ini"ne- in
eminatioma When he utuk his uatnd he. aun
eceivod with lod appamue. He mnne-d his
aedidate almost at the start, aned the nause
ailed for prolonged apnlavoe.
At the close of Ematio' eeh Pe'oidemir g the
oaminatiems of hmane the caouentae.u w.-ut W ci
rith enthudasm. Every eve of the eusventoe
arn directed toward teed. however. and the
ppinese Was poured upon him in a di.nwe.
Mr. Reed stood up in repeonse- to the- appelale
ad there seemed no otoloping it. He trw.! toe
eke his meet. but he wao not pwrmitted t. kee'p
L He wal kept before the c'onvention in ..pite
f himself. Almoust overmome he eend aete let
he appines fal apon hil broad houldek-r.
et all the while the cry was "hllaine, J. (
Maine."
It was a most extraordinarn arvee the vi
or Blaira-end all attenton was directed to
teed.
he speech wal brief and fre-qnentv intew
upted with applause, deegaes. tse.tieg i.n
behr chaira to wave their han'da and lasAlkeer
hlef., and at the close thmere wax a long 1eeria
W cheering.
When Indians was reahed in eali ex-lecre
ary Thompem took the eteaed anld put Ill-iet,-nt
garriaon in nomination. Thmere wa. limt 1tte
eppleao when he took hi satad, but at the
loe. when he proniouneed the n.me ef Hern
Ku in ful tone., the-me wa tren-etles-u n-e
mlanse. which gave a prntti good ideof erene-t
weos and confidence 4f theo.e who non a vitorv.
Ist night when Michigan wsl reaci ho n the
'll seme one aemsteI. "What's the- matter w,'h
lger?" but no one arnee to alaue him in neons
mion. A m'uaent later. howecer. when Pm.
iemota was cal"d. Mr. W. U. Euasti aoswaded
he nomination of Blaine.
Moerrion. cloeed deliegate tema Maissmmiplmd,
econlded the sominatim of LaIne.
When New York un called Mr. lhe-ew
oak the stand and mcotue4 tie La4ecai
ntion of Harrison His apeeamrnswe an
he platform wae the sigaa fer a
and of applause. It ie expe-ted that
fichigan will lead a break for MelKladeiey. Tine
lesgaon have pased a remeeltion S ca"t tie
mesty4o Alger votes for McKinley.
eQ.
JOT IN TUE MAmRWano MAwa W .
rishir Opaa-a Were 1!Uw ag TWO
MeNtng te Aekaowlemige ctamhner slsaet.
MIexnarwos. MINN., June 1. - Nothing
'od exceed the joy of the Harieumn men when
he conveation adjo'aed at 1: Ibis muramng.
[her felt Mso good that they did not want to s
o edl. They were swarming the cerridre ef
he Weat Hote at 4 oileane thim mtrning, ahomb
og m atr aking hande bilarmoudy. They had
ao doubt frem the test %vte taen an Oe sepirt
i the commite on Weedntim That erv be
obl of the comvention and they had Verv
tte fear of luming it. They were cuanting net
ily on bolding the strength which they had
hown 6at night, but ganing more thruagh the
seml Feet of haot aight's voA,
maamS max NoT c"aT DOWN.
2he hmine men wet keepug up their ener
ge and te courage of their fe&ed by inniot
mg that the rol cam wee nt a boet of trngth
ew Kartinon and BIlne. (ar--neam
Pownsoad of the Colorado delegatioa setid tioma
Ifteen votes frem Michims. for imant.ew, in
avor of the smajority report weeld not be fer
hnrhaon, sne tht state, he immutd, wunl
s eatidly for Aliger.
Tes aati-Earuieome were not beten. ibey
damitted that the result ost the tote a nt magt
inck their favorite candidate. Blai.e, out of! the
aeand even CaL Demield. the genstleman whoe
see to present the mane of Ghen. Alger, was
inieg to admait the pusaibilitr that the ame
f Mihians baerite ann would noet he heard
a the ceaventien. The Macbigaa ma had aot
maid together on the tout vote and he setard, that
bey would sot held together em the aet hbat.
ltota n mmson with the other enti-Mamrieen
men he hadl not giren up hope entirely. Tsse
mlesi the ~ebao of a dast here.
-McKiley'v' wan tha naame to charms the Bar
lesn sem brn their .sr-i-no The ume
be Oh. m e armmd en every ene
A memer efth esntidiarmmasse e -
a earemse. between I aad 6moa r n.
eg ensd thee mes .eua.ideban gemip abseut
ba carridaiw th Hartim aon
ha eptMd ieley
ib. ~f e m worn eat .uTh
lirrig at 7 e'eaek and am hourhe
agen their week in the esta b---1 -
aheabe enetisn et Mt. Marrism
ampat e a eneen ot be
er nee es a weak tes wae
bsbeen bla"t est by sta
m Ma da and as often bseMu
th Erben b thb ar a
Mwihise se ans es Msew as
itsaaa 5en tsated al
bt. hee Ge ohe a t
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