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3M'. 11r AND I s q. W., Sum RmA.. RM UNINTAIN AND SEASIDE. AU the lasses u-a--e-- by as boot and Alem ido authhn. m ~ UAGAV" AND IoD1CALS.--ar 910 Moufte. C-nt. -dspin-tM Com eNum. Surpe Weekly. WPGsen 162. lab Peek. Sufee. 1ea~ Kees Journal. An. rAMENo N0MNALR.-A t&u des Nedes. 2A~ asa N.4e.de. B-O BMte.5W . b--de *e.. &e. poma4 sethoeo me . AD by Ma amenst ----.... .....1th sa bdg.) OM JUM' SP.AL SALE OF LADIES. M.niN. CAmic AND NA.NbooK UNDEWEAR (Ir teleturer' SaeMP.m) j"15e TONORRO W. ?HcRSDA r. Jr YE m. At 0-e0in-imee. esperially between ""om. any nodb are brurht to a poil, where a minar4e mut bet frund. Importere a-d mann ,etWeon have va-t sample stocka that havinx m their porese wnti the aellIaNeaoM In gqet go loger required. Thin nd-twear stak in queetiom is an esaniple-it 'a the *" AWPLE %TV K" of on - of o-.r bes? m-sw lertmerr ge Wnewe's P'a4erwer. We tont allw tho mddlteman. the commisegion mer ChaMs to get t-e benefit of theoe trad- happe bea Wem chine4 relation with the mann htiae,. ad cormimdait the resaorces we do am prpared f.r larre quantita d 0olleet them at prie. that in cheapne bear no rela eIn to valta. TIs entire of. rita te frem Deed. The wor a hoeat. the. or Md are made a . thrroagh maner of the tist miterials and guaranteed to at. The priet are very much bess for the completed warments than mateetals ould cost. To get the a 'van'ae of thiu .sab voer early call will b- necensary. Included are: ---WN . CHEMISE.' - SE1RTq. -- DRAWER CORET COVERW OF -WTMIN.CAMBRItC AND Uamdaonely trimm-i4 with lae and Be em bhry-aot wor,- this e -wieces sake, but all the very 1:t -t esp. an I decIn.. The ellnfa ri.rces are, in almet every litane. beletleal with wh- t we pay for liie. goods un der or-tuary etryumtan&ce. (Second door. center tablen. 10th a building) &LL JAPANFE FANs REDCED. TEN Tf')W: !D FAd O one kind is a oodly nurmer. Just what we bought in that lot of HAN PAINTFD JAP.ANES F m. Raa.tree have b-en .od. yet there hasn't been isuchi *-F.*' weatther. We want to close them all out within ti n;x* few day%. They are all we..l stylee. M-i.e de-orst lon ant were marrt.I at ere-t'P Afr prawe. They are Sw mak.-d at a ttii Lower price 12aa I.',. Fan-...........Are now ]r. l. ZrP an TF-.Fs ..........Are mow 15r. WMand.ta. Fans................ Are nowme. (7irt Gour...................11th at. buldinr. MoT.REs ARE OFrEN PZZLED As to how to dres Mirls appropriate y wmi be eutarnilY. They want =meothinx for greorin:' girls that will clearly denne the lia-a betw-en .eksdr-n and girLa an:A -irls an-t waeena. These atine stand between In dreas as in mind and we full of asiety themeives in many ce-a concernarb ther appeerme. In the Srat place you wish to hee - them arirlish be long as poet ble, antl Orr this rae-n the at.r' st are the proper Stye,.' It you will ;rmit ns we sam give you some valuable helps through our GIRI-P DEPARTMENT. All the aight kinds ae there Bar an anes readydor temmediate Oa. anI at the pric" 'twill hardly p. you to buy tae materials and have them made up cr to make theja up yOurOe!as. Prudeane deaandas a LIGNT WE4P of asom oert fer GROWING UIRLS for MOUNTAIN. SEASMORE AND HOWE UBE cool ===r oenings and Vemaens. IRKEFERS. Ave vfnlly selected a the proper style of wrap for such orso.a. We have a niee mortment a all the het kinds at popular p"-cto. An entra good va'n is of Mme medt am waight 3avy Blue Yacht Ck2 th. perfect in ahape and double breawsed. wide notehe- collars: jet rirht fow aesalde and mo:atain wear. am 41 14 years. GIRLS' SHIRT WAITS. We meution thebse gain becaus- terybody nse. themn thie e-ther. We have all ises from 4 to l years. Tbe popular kind for 5-rneol ane.I p! sy madie .f Aoi'lcel in new ant Seat peatterta. Emgla 75c. guaity. LADIE4' BATHINil SVITS. All-w.,ol Jeey. p'aij Navy B'ne osr with White ,otls.aU wth knee pants andi hadf alieses. The nandevnevt w2 have enTer shown. Regular *i -0 quatity. (3A Sos .......... ... .11th at. bde.) DAINTY. CUXFORTABLE. A~CUROS ARE TREE Deaatift efecta ad escluate deelgag, heath beats. and deumeette. Withet eepten the prettiest we have had Ri earona mad of . Silh Mareted Imported 'balte, aithe Wassen berk. Chiasa-ilh yobs and aleeves, anid ilh gesling abouat yoke and entf. Ths syle can be hunght for muE PRETT BTTLES ARE Fsreh C'halltte, with from: or cahanere or crepe ---bmunatfl auma..h f eelertag. These ame --42.30, ltne fttlma~ tm with uihnom= vanty et tepae. Thae amehe OtU VfItAL hi Iaw.getead Ten Geswue ia m a -ee goality ahatal hi lars am bitrfliet. taimme with uibbnom. 4Iy '- Seer......................111h at. bldg. ATIt ARRIVALSIA IPAXASOL. lt.AesE LETANTINrE SILK ?AILaSnLS. W Inch. Black handle., 3LAME SiNIiEDE SILK SUr UMBREL 3.AS. 3t-inch, flame er mssamAl weeg 6.t.3. WUITE TE SIT.E PARASOS.It ih, hu.on hanal.. Oatewe ..,.................th a.hdg.) CUAU OLOVS. White.Gemy and at Dmal eea e bas fer emmhre and --41.0. REAL KID GWTM. 46euno. Tma Gray. -41.0S GetIea.......... ....1th at.== m ) Amm', CyrTUN-DcU G0016 gae EEELWORE. Seemsam. NilE4...............15 ....... ,.3..- ..-.............. ....Ic 0stab m e ..............................r emag s,1a...................ild11 eetma. 3I3................1c 1 ye... ... .............e saeeseldsm 4wSrhmml.......d dsaideaam em en thbe of Vwer Wash Masi -ma Bsmhba and es ee..............3eh a. trafig.) W .WB & EarTC. __=_ ane A R wm N . 1a I PARA.OL.S RA FEE DD U V R3 RE DU CN 3 "R" 8 g AT LANSRUOBE & BS. , IF YOU WISE TO SAVE XONE! BUY YOVU PARANOIA OF WS. WE KAVE JUST 03 OTE OUA ENTIRE A.STMEET. YOU WILL FIND OUR meI= WAY UNDEE. R10 r...., . ....... 7.15 81 1 Pm. ...,..a._.._$.8 $12 ,..P ....b .......92 1 3.95 ,.,...,....... $10.40 315 ,.,...i,u.a...........$1 1.80 ALL PARASOLS TEAT WE. $35, 328.75,$25, $22.50,$21.75, 320, $18 REUED TO.-$14.9 OUR STORE I KEPT DELIGT FULLY COOL. FIFTY PATENT C.N 'LTG FANS MAKE OUR BTORE THE COOLEST SHOPMIG PLACE IN THE CITY. i? OU-T OF TOWN WAKE Us or OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. ALL SUCH ORDERS WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE AND CAREFUL CON SIDERaTION. A NN Bs . AANXx . A A N N I AAA N NX [ILA A 11N 1.1 uvVR mm O i 3""B RE 33 O HR BBB UU R R GO R II U BB3 OOH It U B a 0 0 H . "A B3 MAN 00 AAA CA33 1 0 420. 42L 40L 45 7TR ST. 3.16 WMMM 1W NIN NNM ~INM H 1#s "N HIU O 00 NEI D A 0 0 NN A 00 XXN DDD A A .tA CCO 00 % a cooo3 "A c 0 a c c 0 0..... .A a O**00* 807 PA. A . N. W. WinsWz TIST. We .ram sa .. e'M e of W.. Tims. 18&.. 3 Fon 50c. BRtaI.. -mt AT EOc. Xe w oowt asyara riIs bsw pb o _ad=mn with I"L ft*. Am dl o ~i~ ad lvmiPeffrtad. SOAP.. .Ig .e ad roepy......... .......... e M!~lu'Wit~. RONDA &e CO.A 87 PA. AWrnCco . N.W. m "Ret, ht Wan *Ie ..*". e 6 at,PAlm SoaEp A. HOE 0 2~lu' C ..e Whi . .,ay W(. S. Ta EEp. .. 935at~ WPA. ~eAiE. SeN..eak MO.,e' WO.. ai., S.....U . .A~at..N..frt~ Ta lap.. pe..er. Wmd.t ap........ e Ik**g, r.,-nf SA........ b 8atya7hRts~uel e.....s AT8 A.M. TOMOnvOW WE WILL INAUGU"aTv A GamT MSUmnaEr SA.. vshwo &ambd fmtb time gr anto i s enimumageate a reab oat sargseew yem mm& then e=a mk for *em. P31 wa donl wat are 4 aoepat u prim buthem eneeas of dmq astiee fst C e " mo-that ar - clawen yw y at nts amd raedesif d mne benbb ege totakmeademae et me apps dota mir &@=wad~sa f"ed.tarft esri" RTHI PATTIAL I.T Ho.miT Am, UD..WEA. wOao~x,.amwh aI.., Yomps.N............ 29c pete, M.. r. .......... 190 Ra 19C 49c T0nx A32UM MZ= - E tower Soap. pissed d es _ _0.. N ......... 6 c ap ut.......i... A-e TaavaLwo aSPECAI. 9. " '."M t..' 2-,. .......... 21c FfmtOa mthe b ub DaE, teatd frams, ma her the b"e &a&. Eegelse se eae: 1011. 6LM 12.i. M 1... 0.1. -i. S.sS - Y.... No......a No....1.S No. ...S. ,r . pa n.a ae-isi| "r." "... 5 650 Oken o .hat0 .. - 2.4meh gene Snk Gieries, silverine hand . '.'$1.39 NoTIoN SrzcimLTI.. sammas mmoeos DiemaNi=a 8"P wara. but eet 3ee aStery. No. 1-4.. a epar. No. 2-7o.apirk. Reglalr ade. 10. 12 ad lWc. a pair. FAN&. jaeS e. Open a.. 5 iaI.......... l r"'""p Mdenv............ 10c ,e 'imt. ..'"".. 24c Wham you eonld.r that our rgular price meam from w to w ppr cont lowerthm iual parces for simi lw rooS "oa wll comprehend the full impance to I You AN" You0 ol "t e..ormryouome. TOMnw bea Thursda yu will also ftd our cet tab.. ed w .th the nal Thu,.,r basr I Thb win make this ale doubly attactv. We be.runyi a mth moey . all Utw.c tory purchase. MaTTEEW BB 3 3. RE N U R E II MM NM R833 E 33 N N WHR 212 NUm"K ms. E. !as#x ian - 403, 405, 407 7Tr ST. N.W. Lr. RzAws Toa.T.. Ient th a ptems propoittom? Couldwanythagbe %hei& We fthk nt. and bcme life Is so ehort. oppeen we coman natters and barly mention acts-Sue hrafgersv-andeef the subtie eephable Af a smoest of instatr eneea ca" b my poed e memm-ant amif. U we bve bees too rude In our charauteulgattos of a usedy gami al asmwu ghesu--we deire to be held em m3 reseao~ and have no hiher amb- I ton than to be aforded e opportunity to deafd our YES! The hait at Clotheio wh we ee to AN of any imbeem3.teM AT07.50 A SUIT Arevupeq I tD ay soft s we ver on oraei. barser ehlewba. at 40pr cnt advane on The es it Clotheenor N whik we es AT 010 A SUT Aism"Se to beadu and ..ght after. Irt albe gely we have sen . the pwmene of t etkddei in tib aity who eakaid to have paid me huabe par ent mre then the pHles we same ind whe ebtsemd thst suite at a house of mess.,an eaceesp . m. oma~l....ner. ev. hat.f..el asaa wkmok41m dire a rkisa TolMete to their DISCLAIMER of emy wmopl koent, one ts fseityuemlme'd of ----.U...h..t....,gafore te,,eht. b.,. mua ntyaked: "Am Ia Sc. that I should do this .AND YET. I aer Gsmsee ahtew momente thereafter he perp~a.ma se4r ma1 me ad the eltia washhia Thalhu we a It is the bes...m worldl .hkamewh hav en R..e.. tem .hmer.,t.yit maa mea ruea the aSut to turn and stab -hum ke==t=-s= However tree ths smay be it doe' poeet uk em seflleg ' V.a-----. 6..1. sader...a And whesbtemstemmeates at ?'he Smes speak her themma en aMa msen who -e-amw ... .. opet. them. 6.. 188.8.131.52..6500. 6.80 V.7.8 .00 upward. A.I ApeII We wii..,...t wphlI. 3m ot.r Taeoa,.A.... 3.lar Cent Qieisg es ..7......=a. .. e..m - ete . .TUROELY ONE 13103. Ople slh issQl u tti .m lsh Jo...... GARNER & C8.. m. PA. AYW.N. .. steamppia TIhe - s mass light amd dark yzb.alsa ses tes l lU e.' Speddi Hlasaenjmiam 5 asa.smmn n. Sam gee. Men21 se.Wht s.1. GligSty' haee .m 78d.,L r - maata,63. P-s 3msssism de8aUa,3 1 . e .d4W UAWStM AN3 GEUW~dro 3miem- 1 4. 0e,0.. PtANIOS. To AILOTUE PUREFENG T4RE BLOOD AND 2E2TORING TEE HEALTH AND IS TEE STANDARD 5PE0I1I0 NOR @CEOPULA. CATAERE, RERUMATIBM AND DEEILTT. WILL cURm YOU. M& WINSLO.' SOOTHING SYRUP iasbeen used for ever FIVTY YEARS br MILLIONI f MOTEM fer ther CHILIEEN WRILE TEETR NO with PEEECT SUCCESS. It ?OTES tW WI.D. @OITENS the GUMS. ALLAYS aD PAIN, URES WIND 0OLIC sA in the best remedy fo 1IARRH(EA. old by .bgts Ia every part ot th wel. Bure uand ask for Mrs. Winulow's Sooth, S"and take no other kind. 25cmis a bottle. FOR DYSPEPSIA USE BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. Physria. sco-na--ait. All eaulers keep it. p1 bottle. Genuine h reds amur and armeed red es on wrapper. 5 n.IOUE 0ONSTIP TIONTO ) LIVE our ed. wean.d Tjer P25 an ~ SMMfs. SCumLLEx a EVENS. 9.hat. end Pa. eve. II aE A1 U I M V 2219. LAAUMM POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE. 7 TT. AN INTERESTING BUS TIL ICK SMg II L KK I L K K SA LLLLLK K - BAA L E - Bas AA b PH AAA L E 588A A LLLL REE.. r. OUR ENTIRN STOCK OF LIGHT - weight Silks come under the knife of redue i tbon. Nothing Is reserved. For value in quality, beauty of designs. wide range of colorinas and wrest desirability of the goods offered this "Ie has never had its parallel. 5- We are positive that the original pice ir of the silks reduced ar from 10 to 25 F per cent below what the same grads are so for in Washington. This makes our great reductions on the original prices at even greater ugicne Tr 0. Printed China Silks. pretty designs. I goodcolor. ir 29c, yAD. F SM. and e. Ptdenae.....l. Frla designs ad colorings. 39c. YARD. Wild. Hairline Stripe China Silksvery 5*stylish. 7?c. YARD. Tr 3ln". hoede China Silks. Gray. Tan. and Black. .trmw prtty light and dark gronds. i 82C0. YAD OL25 Tan and Gray Crepe Figured I 82. ARaD. S7c 7n knIS 85 emc. I WiD e nd Idght Gray. I 25c~aD T 7e. Washable Silk Snrebs, for ihit Waisto. 5CYR BAUM S POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, jeld SEVJNTH ST. W. M. 8=T. &E8E. - DARSmm IN PEECE GERMAN. RINGLISN AND AMERICA1 DRY GOO00. No. S19 PRNNSTLVANIA AVE., WILL MANE A DISCOUNT OF 10 PU CENT ON ALL SArLEn 103 CASH UNTIL 31IETR NOTICE. OUR GOODS ARE ALL. EARNED IN PLAY1 FIGUES. AND NO DEVIATION IN TR PRICE WILL En a-IOWED ESEST 19594AS593 TI SAY OP SALE. I.e W.. M lUIES & SONS DUR ENTIRE 8,oCK 0, Ber.. A5 E.I.DRE.. CI,..IN. MUST E E---OUT WIT.IN T.N DAVs WE NAVE PEIGS OUT IN RALW. Quitew esetaS? .lumsee Seths.estamSeSwsda DESS. Osas. C.~r 2d EDITION. EARLY IN THE FIELD. g "Bomer" Of Variou Od ten Ar- e riv at Chicago al =VsIAI ra ToE IUD Y! Bangor, Maine, Greatly Damaged by a Tornado. h mGH WINDS ON A RACE TRACK IATRUING AT CHICAGO. u arly Arrival of Denmeeratie Beemse sU he 0 Windy Ctty. 6i Cnaroo. June 15.-As the date of the demo Ml. national convention approaches the e virtues of the several candidates are being dis- U cussed by their friends. The hotels are receiwv ing the advance guard of the army of states men who will make Chicago their home next week. Chairman Bries may be here on Friday. fm The national committee holds a conference on e Friday with the local committee on orrange- t4 ments and will finish up all the odds and ends p of business between the national and local bodies. A full attendance of the committee is a expected. If Mr. Brice does not arrive he will probably be the only absentee. One vacancy exists on the committee owing to the death of 0. A. Broadwater of Montana. This vacancy 4 will be illed, but it Is not known at present p who will be the man. a 'HIS 3018 3003. The Boies boom, although of no great dimen- a sions as yet, shows good staying powers, and P 0 may assume promising proportions. On the first ballot the friends of Go,. Boles declare that he will have at least eighty votes. To the twenty-six from his own state which will be cast solidly for the governor through 'I thick-and thin, h added mater]sb support I from South Carolina, Florida, South D=kt Missouri, Kentucky and Nebraska. After the 61 first ballot however, if the two-thirds rule is b dopd. f they feel sure that no nomination made these Iowa democrats predict that g the south and the whole great northwest will rally to the support of their candidate. If a nominated they are ready to give bond that , Gov. Boies will carry not only Iowa. but Wis- , conuin, Minnesota, kanaaa, Nebraska, Wyom- n mg,. South Dakota, Nevada, Washington, Call fornia and Colorada, as well as poll the full y party vote in the other states. "Iowa's demands are for Gov. Boise," said Mr. Hunter, who is steering the Iowa boom, i "because they feel that he is the only available i, candidate so far presented. He is the only w candidate who will have behind him the undi- a vided support of his own state. Gov. Boies will i be nominated before the convention by Mr. John F. Duncomb of Fort Dodge, general counsel in Iowa for the Illinois Central. We A wish it understood that his name is not being pushed in order to make him available for the vice presidency. Under no circumstances would he accept such a nomination. The nom- al Ination of Benj. Harrison by the republicans h makes it necesary for the democracy to care- A fully consider before they nominate a man whom Harrison defeated four years ago. Gov. Boies is emphatically a vote getter. He will ri pole more votes than any candidate who is A rightfully or wrongfully, involved in a factional ti contest. Gov. Boise is safe and available. He si ought to be nominated because he can be a elected and that is why the democrats of Iowa u are urging his name." According to the members of the advance ei guard fully 10,000 Iowans will arrive in Chicago d next week to shout for their governor. Perma- A nent headquarters for the state will be opened a in rooms 91 and 32 at the Palmer House. Sen- n ator J. H. Shields is expected to arrive this c evening. All the delegates from Iowa will a reach the citySaturday morning and a'meeting will be at once called at headquarters. a Col. John Tracy, who is at the Grand Pacific, E expects Col. Robert G. Monroe, secretary of b the New York Cleveland delegation, to reach the city this evening, and ex-Mayor Grace and ex-Secretarv of the Treasury Fairchilds to morrow. 'he main body of the Cleveland 1 men. 500 strong, will follow the Grand Pacific on Saturday next. The Great Northern Hotel, which opened yesterday, will be head uarters by Sunday for the Cleveland Club of uftalo with 225 men; the Young Men's Democratic Club of Philadel- i phis, with 250 men, and the Young Men's Dem- ti ocratic Club of Kansas City, with 175 b PALER AND MORIsotN. a There is talk of a coalition of the Palmer Morrison forces in this state to prevent the nomindtion of Cleveland. The vote, it is said, will probably be cast for Palmer on the first j4 two ballots, then Morrison may come in for t, some support. ,I "Illinoi, with its forty-eight deletes, may b have a deciding voice' "mid an inos dale- b gate this morning. "We may be for Morrison or Gorman or Flower. It is now clear that Hill will Aght Cleveland. That being the case Cleveland is out of the question. Flower is not big enough for President, though if New York presents him we may vote for him. There are a number of favorite sons, Gray of Inlana, Pattiuon of Pennsylvana Boles of ( Iowa, darlisle of Kentucky, Rselof Massa- fa chusette. Gray of Delaware is also mentioned. ~ Pattison and Bussell are the most promising of the lot, and events could arise which would ~ give victory to one or the other. The adoption h of either by New York would settle It. If an fi eastern man Is chosen for President then Glray v of ndinais ortinof the vice presidency."' I The Illinois delegat4 'n will have a meeting il Saturday, when severn., matters will be settled. C Congressan R. B. Cable will be named for the ti national committee. A. E. Stevenson may be '1 named to head the delegation, though an effort will be made to give that honor to Mr. Crafts. d It is not likely that anything will be decided so to the presidency utmil a subsequent meeting. * Congreesman Fithian and several of Mor rison's friends are here working hard for that statesman. They will be reinforced soon by h Congressman Forman, Owen Scott and other " tn"statesmen. Congressman Prather ~ ofbouri will also be on hand to help oat, a Charles F. Peck of Hornellsville, N.Y., is the a avant ceurler of the Hill boom. He wears on o his breast a red ribbon with gold fringe on one end of It. A portrait of David B. Hill, printed -in blue ink on a square of white ribbon, is e sewed to It. Mr. Peek was appointed cosmde.. stoner of the bureau of labor statistics of the I state of New York by Mr. Cleveland while the latter was goveJrnor, but he does not believe the ex-President can carry New York this time. "I do not believe," he said, "that Cleveland can I carry the state, while I know that Hill can tl g dolt. * "Cleveland has proven his inability to carry a the state, while by seven successive victories in u as many years Hill has given evidence that he J can carry It. It is essential to democratic sac- k ese that New York shall be carried, and I do not see how the convention, which I believe is composed of 'practical politicians,' can do otherwise than nominate Hill. It will certainly net noenaste a man who, on hie first appear ance, carriad the stte by 191,00 vts who B carried It two years later byea scratch cionly ~ 1,0 votg, and then In 115 lest it by 13,006 a "oasA3e nzowua." "Fuller and Flower, the two i's," is a ticket that may be presented to the convention in eme of a pronounced developement of the belief thatd the New York flactional fight makes Cleveland or HDi unavailale This deci. es m eed at a meetiget sew.. eal desmocrats who tand high In the ntisma connene et the ur. .f "Of ec..se--'::i....f th a ..st . the osufse,"this oab-man bgm - rau tetlthefstioel ~hee In e Advemes egeb t e (IGoelsd beem m e thst MU0 N1w Ts -em wEB behe a withIn the seat ses dto ratify theaca toNa esiness . addhme te to 34 al===. tsm sssssam end dlem stehe e sad ds of~e langseI tisee am er h w es es i me is h e eastot s WE eure lasenf be u~esmtise h e.~.u~ mi.ses h....gp..... a Gb d pegge psepared to mbo es menoes t egn. 0 'i leand emitte e a f de 69 moMtie Natica vtmm e grea t msed wha they readved a 11gam from Th inmeapn d aming e sm of es entWiles - nfl in whenk e r-an..-n maeft $e em - an ate emventim. "Evidently Kim... 4tub tingen Al to cope with lMie ndemta.= P. ,2 Istom, ohairman of the samas e" am d Elctrie 0ight0 have been jieed Is he bne 4 sand work will be ra d d halm .w,...w....awf be re ..ye . d e roT. That wi L aseba- ha i board vering ad aem wie Pi o be replased by ew age mnd beating." as TZZ 6xMIUwmIT = CAWemuA. eg SaN IaamCeoo, June I5-41eirsla dele- it t0 to the Natio dnamomaM ea,. ee, o. vIM ave tday ftr Ch0ag0. The party WE ta O tm y The divided I betwee Goveind Modand Dalegs ri arty of a Freanmsieaedelu u alms Foot and Deleae U466with j?-edng Cleveland s to a fite rule d by stao Ad s - ale n. Foote V -d to have vowed V. have -a satabeton borte the i train ves. There I. so ae port that an a ~mpt will be made an reto o If pW Alternate Matoger. who wil take dhs a asat of Delesta-aarge Cosema. Del- en ts Tyler, a -thung Civreland men, has at the ck At moment refmad to go bease of the else- wb Dn of Bter a doubtful ClUvelad wan, as tob airman of the The f n legram was recelved hha : I n and-map in New York and Caifornia, e4 0; nor see I wilin to be a kindergrten su- the rnumerary. I not go." vo How the affair will turn out no oes at this riting can predict, WrAR DEnOCRAfU 02 TasS wAT. to SALT LAmU, UTAz, June 15.-The domoeratig miegation to the Chicago oomvenaton, 0o1 )sed of Genes ezclusively,ftt here la eight a apecial train of seven ears. 21e g ewe accompanied by 100 sembers of the six r Society of Uthand a drumorp of wom C eces. Hon. Wis. Ferry, .mber of the di- O iratie national oommittee, in with the daigp twM am? In I.UUNA .a INPIAXAPoIam, June 1L-Demotsu who am aim to know my there will be a spit in the Ie diana delegation to Chicago. It appeae hat wb oo leadr.of ki ath factions. and It looks now s if the de- A I tes will go to Chicago without sa undr- 00m anding as to what ey ahall do sa a body. Some of Gray's friends, it s maid, ar datr ined that his name shall be preaented to the the evention for preident,Andonteother hand, 100 me of the suprters of Ceveland are deter ined that if friends of Gray intend to I arsoe such a course Sey will do al they can to event Mr. Gray from receiving any comsid- a ation from the delegation. ab It is expected that The sessio of the dlega- he , )n at Chicago Saturday afternoon will be as for teeasting one. At the mood the del.gato bal l attempt to decide on wht will do Ine ti invention. h .01 HAVOC ON A RACE TRACK. Ci dm Goale crted a Pani at the miaghemam red Driviag Park. or BmoxuAnrq, N. Y., June 15-A terride hal orm accompanied by a high wind ended yea- th rday's race of the Binghamiton Driving Park Cl aociation in a sensational maner hi krely was one heat Anfihed when a ter ble hail storm stopped further proceeding . e lull of three minutes occurred, but before nol e track could be put in do" forraeig te he orm-wa renewed with redoubled fury. Tests we ad fences were broken down and tres were vo4 prooted or broken off like pipe stems. 000 For a time it seemed as the large wh and, which roeked violently, would merly go thi )wn and the spectators became pba eiicasm.b. score of horses hitched near do track broke ray from their fastemags and a.ae A nber of vehasel were wrecked their ee- I tpants were injured as the result of the run- W0 Wave. 108 Hailptones the size of walnuat fell in the etty, Cb ad large windows were broken by their force. re undreds of windows in the date hospital to allding were broken. ad STRUCK MY A TORNADO. 6. ager, Me., Sa --A Cea rdeabe De-s. a. BAxooz, Xz., June 1.-A terrible tornado k rock this city shortly after 5 o'clock leat no rening, doing considerable damage. The orm lated for half an hor, daurin which one me rain fell in torrents. Many building. were i, lown down, fences demolished, while treem in me I perts of the city were uproote.o The little steamer Annie which carries eor on parties up and down river, Wa t the quall a short distanee below the Main entral wharf and sp.i.ed. Mis Madal.. damn was the only persom drowned. The s- he en other passengers had a narrow emoSPe., hey were rescued in an exhahed aes 10' r parties who put out from the hore in gma Do oat, to by FUSION IN KANSAS. opreseatative ote Damssa and ne Rtegl Cc Indaered by the Dmmeer. tie Exonsa., Kar.,June 15.-Cogrem Job. ! .Otia of the fourth EKm.. dishtr wa .d- th sted for renomination yesterday by E. V. Sma ~harton, a physiieana of Yatea Centar, Weodmom be mnty. Mr. Wharton was a democrat before ajoined te e1Hane. Otil.i lam at out w rmere' all..n. ma. 'Ile A------ eme w mntion, which was in amsin at te time of 'harto'm no.mination, had given it out eta mey would fume on almmoat anybodyeept on tim. Five bellots were taham beor snmi-h onwa made. Otih led atl e hast, when The ...mwatio Aonventioni h armed Whartomanosmlna=.iom and 'en , invention. adjeurned. u, Ur. Psur., Mmo., June 15.-It urs hearmed fel at night from Micha.el Deran, the Minamo.. tr ember of te democratic natleioabu..a., fe ad Win. N. Campbel. charmaa et e Nin mnotea tate, eommittee, that aN eiir ar fusiom with the anlia=ce or p ar ety Mo e atean end, ad that teeui no mansa a eithr e electoral or e state tiabst. It is manonoed that thisaetS.ica istakas hem a all of te mstashows eta ne =..a rue kely to have aelraltyr thia thB with three ha minmed Wream en Overtnsted Essay D.e. Nw Onz--m, La., June 1I.-A tinry boat m .aing Byou la Fourebe at Nepa...e ge :onday night overturned end preelpitated She wil relve peruona on boari ate te watar. It wsHi > ar tapi wstar..Im1 to gie me e ay amhitance, and d oe e . the pr tar neob Nardilly, amnewaItalan, Robert w nas and.a negro, a n sakon. Geds mm ag to Rmm be Em~sma gh Lo4nos, 3m 14,-7pas toeg S ig -m & run Gardem O.mmng e puimetal in em e maom ba esee ems, win sta fer am set the bese. of e--.-. in te M bere a em S. eppreshiaeanml eln..asthm lea'T-der w em e pel 3an O4. -m Lossog, June 1.-am.. we. em se en. SS herel heoat g at 4 de e gto- s ay. nigh comamsmm.. mam sen n Louses, June 1.-The E. mae spena em Vienna inpw Whe. at cepenhasem asb mar eupremeedhi haam~ to uatt e waS- hi lng of em (hew. Paine. ot Beammt Ie- E mwehgwa in4 mis et a msEo - a ___ -_ to Geip - stppee 'gsge mei~ue, em uE-uap as a natsteee sseasem WatemetsahnsftI nor to nogard is membeO at Cmseo wan weu en I mrsvmaa SAID Via ==AV= se&I em MIM go. oouauve weuw-sm vaca meemass&, vseensuftm - - ramm r urn IIvmenLam, Sam ianr.asZaa. 4e 41 10 probable votetoof CiCago vesotma en *et ballot. d1,steed te 0 Gatesd rn Senator IM, as the bes good deal of talk about the Rees yester Aaeording to this table semaor iRB wil U u tee on th *9rst ballet, (ovelaed nfil, Or 4g, Orible U and Doses S Of seurve pr'-'as Clevela"n mue would met so k those ge- as corret er anything nok Ibey Pointed ut that the fort -gt a of Ilinotis, for bomas. were wi to go te Palmer on the !bmoet. Th. b. dividedup betwe. er bree ms. evelnd. Palme. and Nor a, although they eeld oot Cem how under 10see.aA Of the Ilinob demoatoie o. m any votes eould be gv io Mover at. e A rst ballo. 'l (yinad mean Mail. and ted to Senator Pasmer's pose Sas their juestiction. that in al pr"e .Iy entire 48 votes of DUnnon woudb k far the en-Preident at the start. this were to be done it weed earry Geveland vote on the aet belle' the basie of theother votes .oneeded so velued by Nil up to 53. Anuther stat kis gn solid to a favorite am in the Kil Is is whtk twsty4as votes am fted to r With this arrangemens C = =eland als fnd falt and ar in even on the iet basot kr favorite will got a majority of Kentacky's as. WEAT TEE UICoEzITTD tmU "I. nemorats who ae net speciany committed dither seaelend or BRl ae h-M-d to ro d the Hi fgures s in the man fmir, es iiy in the estimate of aim's strength in in 'eat states. In Ohio, for testomee. Cloe d is cmeeded thirty votes. while RI gets bem. This Is rather more thea smme of velad's relnds ae inclined to cimim in io. They my that Clo.seland will certanaly get1 aty-five Veoes from Ohio and amay get a few re t that. Wherunrejudiced ntiel lIent "emr the Hill talk as de4;06; and lending is in its claims of odd votes here i there in unim ot seek as in ssiae, Mains. : go, Ac. These S. elm toknowtheflginstates of this 4 my the the Hill people w And their m itions sadly awry when they get to 4sieAgo. lorida ma said, for instane. that an one 1d tall with certainty how the Florida dele s to Cines would vote. They were not 1ly to commit themselves to any one until F to the onvention and had carefully k over the ground. 31L wasan CAL T A ? LIVIT. When Mr. John Do Witt Warner was asked by ran Mae today what he thought of the HI Is he said he thought it was a bluff. He mid Ilid not have any table himf. He kept om some tiMean before the state convetions met, as he found that the results of these egaen a were more favorable to Cleveled them he I calculated he gave up keeping a table. Ir. Warner said he did not look for Mr. vdand's nomination on the Arst ballot, nor the think it made any difernce in the final nit whether he was nominated on that belen not. For his lart, he would be as ve eed to have him nominated on the fortieth lot as on the first. He thought the longer balloting continued the mem certain -veland's nomination became. He I heard that s"m friends ot Mr. veland, who had been industriously fghting Sall along, were now very fearful that if he a aot nominated on the first ballot he would be nominated at al. But Mr. Warner wmid wes not at all anxionm about it. Whoever i nominated would have to get a two-thirdm e in the convention, which was a point that med to have escaped the attention of those D weno opposed to Cleveland. The two rda rule, t choeld be re-mmNed, wOrked h ways. 01r100 cElea. Fr. Warner said he was going to Chaago, but aid not leave her until gaturday. Mr. War is one of the aeet eathusinstie and positive Veland man ia the Rouse, and when he ches the convetion uithere wll be a As et ealargernat in the boom. lea. cheee ey, who Is another devoted It of the ex-e et, haves Washing, Itnght for lbanam his way to Chago. F sinOPrrell feh wl ao go to 91 the ahorus for Cleveland at Cicago, and be lights for the esa-Preident as well as he swe bow to fight the ex-President will have more valTenst and ef'eetive Campion in al hoste in the wind cty, Mother = e s et the old dorin who will join th westward-bound tevelande Meaater Daied, who left Inst night for Rich ae, where he will ein the Virginia, d4. a to Chiasg. tientor DnOiA Is Understood Am = . e =l oNpedto leveanad as enommnaa yzca ymmn==TaE cAaMEs. Impreseatative Doebery at Nimeert will ae among the leads=et the eese who we e buines. in Chipge neat week. Mr. e's biade talking a Ets Iff e rod was in mm danger of being vce til lightning before his re I. has foged to the heat as a leader of Homse in remarheble stye in the In* two agrmms and there have bm many s-g as heard among his colleagues of late bat he mid add pest strength to "ay tiut that ght benamsd at bmgo. 'he thing 4 would work agaam him is the tththeoornsherorasuogdemocraticemts, Sit aisd against this ihe f Mr. Dock seon place his ha esae fCougress and of the governumeat aidsehthe tan etthe tibet an edemero dtike skrength, which it froqaeatly has aet inebe ~thgasd er ot the Hems whom a vdoe preidentl beam Is wrin Is Judge Helnm ot Indana But thee Is inidciem that this booma Is the ding of tes b oys oth oewen and thnge the n...te he would a. henger 6heableete low im traditional rue of watch dette muary. Butib abtetbtte t YIse Preeidant is heard sheet te Hem.e orm smume wam wara. ee, loee amembee of the PsmimlvIs dila ase en the beto ethose wo w attend be itvatie. Depresatative MaoMirIs a del. e and a member of the oeojoative cn.-ten. is sedestood o haee--- in mepi ha*1'dgo a e". e isbet see est edta who -n win.h Iso ssmsds to hm gsavam in =. WhleS .m eestandp man if he deas. pha (la.t ,ease e nd.ei Bssseee r y Iotherim a(Chese mt as whowml beblmwswst ara.d ar the an f h Whiet e soede- nd be ..p. ipe uei t bukfaeit et ryoftle thphe Liesg wo ehga-a Iveiad. 'rhesea met new preseed i-Gselad ma. they do net attack be Presldst mr deny that he et hae peat nor that heteies ps with e sand his eatin be mby mm Q a Qa e be" " lef Qb e new a a egpened im. tsw emn en be sng to n ew Tmb beg em be Gese -amss bsa Miede tobees be S-- e dai wE he u - e emae -- Ibe MM an h a esseh e s b e Me .meinsoesant ews OwnoM -~aee a.-enmn Wmar eaem Replying. f pr ' Uemvh, dMis am at s. #suse Direet oe-sou. by abam . I. biM UK. -preveding th me eate W or t.Iephems emvpwm age m aft everlhed wies a Ow DaEit of Ce be-a - s1e0ed t. he. O mmi 9e e Die. kid, the Cmoie meeoed- ,n has herest a b prepared by Oman. Thir - Man. ise .Awefemr wat the OAMmmhioermme to authrirte any ea trie, toegruph r a-e-po empany abeady operating ndear permits t cem t eadetta or subways for aervkie is Washingem or Gesorg ew =henewer the public Interest my require the essesw of sach atherio . 7U ovehead wires of all th thlegraph and Iti. phone or elvecie light cempawie. Gpemofed to September is. IeFO. in oiey asI -be plced ude - g 1.e r . If the comarae fal ted. so time t'omminmoaere witt have the wires aa pomp mew he bi l autheelm se thren M t ermits far evehead wise. In ban euo ta an pereeomeac OUmpUR am Py $0al p a - i of btitet Sper wat cc its g.e.. 'rning for the ye Previous. This hel be paid to the taa .obener w other leses e paid and be ewm t si. sme~ulty in cmof aflam.Ed C heall ennu 3 for ech ..rd of r6uA .,e f..r s ..... uce i=n four iueof ihe isrct reut. per lineal yard for ea"h ovesiadig vmie 4w fractiof et a mnil. This emae payment meat not be lew then 6s.gS. Eare con in required to report the wms of all vet and amont at stoa& and a detied sequrqe" of re ad expenditures. .is is designed as inoate ali estrwi, telepinone and tine wrea under ground. bt" s %'4ngton ndail eetos, "A fie Permit o Ml aire in ts. suburbs for a reasonable tUa coampanies for the priviege ranted them and to prevent The Coemmivaiones way that publir 6 unamlms in uwanng all w.. under ground an& 6reewi -lpmm - wah W-W UM bothink tbecon 0= rfor privil"ge.and tIn tare gl agesed . the &bow* bil is the best mode of thas-as. Recently inenrporated reiways are a per cent on the gra emning. end i"s e mulsoee sMe a good reaon why oew trel comp~an should be caempted. They are of that the tw - electric e .ema new E are affucieint for the District. ft 6 sugested that Cogeses et a eaissenamg link to beCharged easesaer by isse oumpaniea. Th- e-Mo em . Twenty-sa deaths wer reported to ise best OsE during ihe twe ty-4r hose euftg es noes today. the earUfea sh iswsg an &l creaed wmestlaty emen chd . betl per mait. wore hesed for hfonewing: White-Rebeasa I. Oillis, 7o Yeas o debiay; B= F. CeN.U 74 yma, ahmee of awmb; Ra T. "inhome. 47 cardiw nwasiee: Niched ama years. uesina; Marh E. inyder, U yee, congsatieo of brain; Mary A. Lyaa, I yem, epiUl krpeosnnia: Anthony tamis, U ynme, typoid#4r: Monka N. Adama a yems. Par.. iv ; Waiter . Wan. s moem, ere ei itis; laurence DonovWa a Naes, emftre eanl itis; Josaph Winb. momtis. is ; Linte. UlAW, 4 maoths, m ; Vivie I. Redford. 2 months. eSme .babi; Q.ed Debris. I Years. a Calred -m Dahtla , U vows, Idiald Stere: Hetr, C. Fltin, of yes., Sree ham Pe. 36 wan. absess of . ver --- Webster, I year. erroftla: Atipah"" OluI, G mia...gu..o.ete... of brai; Ire.. gU,, manths. - ; riis oe,3mese, cholera ame ; nobert Jememan,. 9 dare eyalladaa. A 11"4111 Agst ILWMl KdW. str pumor tiny ,I Imua . POm. Von of sse- IIelmse dr em , mSe., d-. prg the AM of a gamel gedmman to adeqmaoes proteSt th esimemi . se s eawadwmas saht is m Meh r lynck law law been p ei fto b and '' Oi''" by ,'y sn m of dtt -e asome" or een omgeso -t ad hufyag .ps esamn Of i f a s km gom an iini by iso @o&~ Se with Soure a Irts 64M Cvrm th.ee.me....h..d 5S,.SPE......e Jus., by reno e of t eo tf Jem govemnman to seure to is lism stt a ampia form o evesame, neir p at for reder ot gufseine, My, have baa. pmed or SOe te doctrine that a aeosed m:e. ON* a white a I bound to to be the belt if met the of white fd*W-adtess. In srse - de m.nd. equal ihts before the law. ea p.. lecto, .ma law for b . wite.a. Uemd Booms Cswalun - abows A 3., V tfsl l M *. ~~i~ seer. mi.iF. T..EmF..-m-.,.e..-a ama-vman T.. R. Fna *... - ie aM in 3Ife -bma -esest eeba ? 6e neisasemiase s 829uE EdmGMmee Me weme m~me ag.T' aaj