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For Sale.
Two lots, corner Eighth
and Pike streets, north
west corner, all cleared.
Finest lots on Pike street.
FRED E SANDER.
ran mil sail tomajfrrial
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DRESS FABRICS,
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<lMii(rablr Hllka, (Iwn|Mblr Moire Milk*.
Illark and Colored mik».
STYLISH COMBINATION COSTUMES.
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Draign mul norkmniuihip unrivalled.
In tniaMlr 4c*ixa and rtneaut prf>fuai«a. from tlw ikrpni Scaring to tlw
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CORSETS AND HOSIERY.
S I 3 E C X A X, :
A great variety ]ta rmbmHrrfd in waah fabralra—aowte tunvl iU-%k*n*
that are wpedtlly new ami p***tt y
*n\KT% \tj mall will rwflvt emiefnl and prompt attention
621 and 633 Front street, Seattle, W. T.
iomonda, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silyerwai
In or»I«r T*» etiahle M» to make a DUAL settlement of the eatatr of I- P. Smith.
I will CKAE «»OL TB<' «*ntire stiiek of wnteties. jewelry, rfe.. at e«A»t. SOLE |>oaitive.
and to BEGIN at T»NEE WIU IRI%'E Ihe TIWT twrxaiua ever offered, W enll early and
GET first cbolee. ! ALSO oifer for wale all real estate owned BY the firm
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IS ALL IT* IKIMIM
Kill', M jvriiH', T.iii* mid Accident.
TAYLOR & BURNS, Agents,
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 25
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment of lossos.
ItcflVr tat kttty or our old niMtomer**.
timer In Itutlrr'a lUilding. Jamn atrert, Meaitie.
AL,m;irr IIAXSKX,
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Watches. Diamonds and Jewelrv.
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afnta for thr rrtebratrd
STEIN WAY PIANOS,
An»l otl»pr Kii-fth Imhm PiHmw ami < >iiCHtii*.
TESLER BLOCK. FROUT STREET.
C. A. GOERKE, "
M IZIU 'HANT TAILOR.
Attention and integrity assure yon satisfaction.
■mow* BLOCK, rmomr STREET.
M M. 11. HUGHES
Print in«r Company,
SEATTLE, W. T.
All kind* of H«ok ami Job work j ( 01.1 NHI 4 NTIIKKT.
usmr bros.,
laroKTtic imi miLiiW i*
IMPORTED. KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
TOBACCOS. PIPES, CUTLERY.
%u«l lU i*t«*t *m>*kpfV aMIHo» w»• th** f*ttMir «»<i the trade In tfrut-m!
t» i all *n>i «*snskiuf oar tf><*k ami prior*
11: i ( <n»>mtT<'lal a»tra»a»t, N«-at t !«•, >V. T.
FREE OF COST!
ESHELMAN, LLEWELLYN i GO.
Th« B«al fimtt M«ntv Broker* of tho
Pacific Coast,
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Future Great City of the Pacific Coast
THB ONLY SEATTLE IN AMERICA,
V • tmm y«« iott ta
EOS-' SECOND ADDITION FOR $175 C& S2OO,
TV, i« ttc uaa ata i« { fisstt'aj
<V > a r «vr w- U «wd aJ- c in ralmns ••• at k«m .
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COLLECT ÜBTEAD OF PAY RENTS. BE
YOUR OWN LANDLORD.
W. P. BOYD CO.
LACES
BBATTLE, WABHI9GTO9 TEBBITOIY, FBIDAY, HAT 11, 1888.
FISHERY TREATY.
Biaawu far da Advene
Report ia the Seaate.
wans nnmc l KITK ISMS.
waa AnaafUaM WHkaal tka
tt'twacnu. Hty HI—TW major
it? of the senatr committee is report
ing adnr«*ly (be irwhliia (or «k
--ratification of the fisheries treaty. R.
fer to tbe passage of tbe "retaliatory
art" and the failure of tbe president
to put it in operation, instead of whi.-h
negotiation* were initiated and con
ducted to an apparent end ats-om Push
ing wnat impn» thought it unfit to
undertake in such way. "These pien
inoteittiarie* rane to ibe cunrlusion • >t
their labin on Ibe 15th of February.
IW, and tbe oflrfs of Ibe plenipoten
tiaries terminated and a result was
reached »ithout advice and oonsent trf
the senate karviuir bm asked or tafcen
'oiueraitig tbe selection of their pub
lic ministers and without any com
munication to either bouse of ion|rr«
concerning this important subject. It
is n«t difficult to we thai in evil time*
when tbe president of the l'nited
state* may W nnder tbe influence of
foreign and advene interest* that surh
a want of procedure mtrht irmih in
disaster to tbe mtrtert and m safety
of our government and i*o|Je."
Tlie majority criticise the president
for withholding information upon the
question from the sruate. an't sum
marizes its finding* and opinion* a*
follow*;
« or m* »r»RT.
First—The I'uited State* ntiicniw
a» British territory and renounces for
ever all claim of independent right in
all the peat lavs along the British
North American coast name<i the
treaty, and admit that ait «ui-h hav*
form a part of anil are within British
territorial s«»vereignty and inrisdktion.
Seo>mi—< if the few such great lav*
left to I*' vi-ntcd by the American fish
ermen the larger part is understood to
he valueless. and some are subject to
fresh fishers' rights older than our
own.
Third, if bay fishing is not prufitalde
now it may lie in the future.
Fourth whether profitable or not the
l'nited state" ought nid to aire upon
any considerat ion whatever the right of
its ve»-el* of every character to vi»it
»nd carry on business in any |>art of the
rrouhUc.
Fifth, the treaty surrenders
ell claim and right of the I mted
"tates which have been a< teil upon
and exercised now more than a cen
tury of its vessels engaged in fishing or
irther occupations, to visit and carry
in their l'tismes- in these great liay's
•ml p(inci|>le of which claim and
right has once been solemnly decided
against Ureal Hritain l»v a tribunal
•rgani/ed by a treaty with that gov
ernment.
Sixth—The new area of delimitation
lescrllied in the treaty greatly in
reases the danger of o"ir fi<!ie"rmen
unintentionally invading prohibited
Waters and thereby exposing them to
seizures and penalties.
Seventh—The treaty by its fifth
jrtii-le renounces any tight of the
l'nited State-, in any "bay, elc., how
ever large that cannot lie reached from
the sea without passing within the
three marine miles mentioned in the
articles of the convention of I*l*. thus
-xcludiug the vessels of the l'nited
-t.ites from all waters, however exten
•ive the sailing channel t<- which may
liappen to I*- within three miles of the
•ho re.
Kighth The treaty is a < om|4< tc
•urrender of any claim of right now
•xisling, either under the treaty of 17*3
irol the treaty of ls|*
Ninth If it finds the l'nited Stales
to lie content with whatever is given
iiy the treaty as the full measure of its
right and to IK- content with it forever,
■r until greater hospitality and free
loin of intercourse can lie obtained by
farther concessions or considerations
>ii oar part
ASIi FORTY-HI x oTH cits.
The majority go on enumerating
fortv si» various other reasons adverse
[i> tfic wisdom of ratifying the treaty,
among them one expressing that llie
ratification will only increase the
•ources of irritation. The report con
cludes with the hoi** that tier Maj
esty's government will secure justice
to American fishermen, ami that the
friendship which ought to exist be
tween neighUu-ing nations may If wtf
la'lished. .
THE MIMBITY
The minority *av in sii
in accepting tbe < flttt
to the senate by
treaty. rcltg^H|^HH^flKSisX
committee
lietler
vimed ,
t, v
ation j m .
to its
l*'fore B J.
has I of
the British
of
ail tniuUe- here
tofore , VHV tu
uirrwinr
iierraft^^^^^^K ll4 .
fie a< niinoritv
does not l Mate's
fishermen presi.ient
not
stitutional |WKI« matter of
c onducting tl^Uo
THIC TKXUh ( %I'ITOI-
Formal Awptal, „ f J|»«nia
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<'m« v.o. M.n •
the t'ftptol f'«.;
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irtiilt Inr th.- Fa»v
that tfc«* Mbitiiir
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l >tatri an.l
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i itt»r» will ')*• pr«-«*
<■l the b nlihTii* iriv
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fit rritf. v
morning *»• • •ie-i.
an t < i«a*t-<« < :ie
1 number of pt;•!<»!>>!>
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ra'Utd hv merytMu
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t.«- >njr *» l'» it - < ath
an t gJor\ .if the ntv
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aU>j t SI o'rlocs, bfc>» if- ■
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of tt»e *i<trtr.i«-r* of
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jwy Mmrtr «» ia Aprfl. tlw im»
IMTOIMNDRFLII TWTODS
twa u# viatcr barter u »».«. prv.miMn,
■ crop, the apriott *«>'iw
bw* ailranrfil w n8 a* aanal. cot
u« t*in|p rapn ially Utr
*** com ixo unne.
ciTcmur is m jonunr oris mucm
» ISCU.IIIM.
. LocnmiAa, Mar KK-Tfce interr-1
m the conung meeting,* the Jockei
Hub fa onawiaj dag?- The ground,
V* »■ perfect or-ter. and (u»v six hun
dmltwry wfll take part inthe sport
rhevaher » ramaa ~w Macbeth an.i
Aotorrat has made the latent won- .1
*r* tfean rnr. and th* walkover be W
S Barnes etttnes in ti*H« ribhua .1
,\f* in fV/ a the confidence in
X! t£S ,y "f <* U»n to win
the Herby stake. It h*> Wo derided
to bare the field fire tm IVrtn dav
and some 3».«M people will witr.ee- tlx
race from the free field.
Michigan onanm
riomlhci •( the Mate Caa<e«
ttM HrM a* brawl KapM».
''■USB Rami*, Mich.. M«v 10.— Pre
rious to the assembling of tie Demo
rratic State <'onTention this afternoon
district nuf twe. were held unl the M
lowing delegate* to St. Louis wen
rtmMß: FiM-EuuiuMl Ilaigh nn<!
R. W. (iillett. Second—llunn K
Whittuoreand 1,. H . Salisbury Thin:
—J. (I, l'arkhttr*t and ('ol. Richards
Fourth—H. C. Sherwood and W. <i
Howard. Fifth—Thomas Sarnfrr and
T. r.MMmgry sixth—E. D. Wiam
*nd Btt«» 0. Stoul. Seventh A W
M'-i "let I.in anil J. W. Hubbard
Eighth—Free R«tr and J. t'rwbv.
Xinth—A. V. Mann and W. P. N'H«tt.
Tenth—J. Turner and Mauranre Finn.
Eleventh— R. C. Klannigan and A. J
<cott
The convention wa* called to order
>v < h.'.irnun We-ton of the SUtr fen-
Iral I oian.ittee. L. <i. Rutherford was
le- ted temporary chairman. The Re-
IHihlican* hare named (iorernor Alger.
•aid the chairman. expecting that the
dd soldier* will foUvw him. but they
Kill not He charged the Republican
l»arty with the destruction of the mer
hant marine, the rise of tramp* and
>f strikes. He aroused cheer" for
V »orhce» and bi«w>- for Ingalß when
ie sail '•«»<*! M<-< <1 rover Cleveland"'
:he applause that f»Uo«el wa* trc
tiendou*. AfteT the appointment of
he usigU committee ttie convention
;ook a recess until 2:30 p. m.
HAKKUALL GAMU.
lln«tun I* Beaten by the Smofcey
•"Mj A«*re«wtlu*.
t'lmsiun, May !«.—Cincinnati 7.
*t. laiui* 1.
Lotwiiu. Mav 10.1-ouL>ville 1,
Kansas Citv -.
(Ycvkuisd, May W.—t leveland S.
ttaltimore 1.
PuiLtnEu-HM. May 10.—The Ath
etic-ltrooklyn (tame was post|>oiied on
be count of rain.
pittnh rsti —BDKTHN .
PITTSM K«i. Mavlo.—The)H)iue team
lilt ClirUm's delivery hard to*lay and
manage*) to win the game, although
the lk>.-tni» men strove hard pre
sent them from doing h». There were
■everal hiilliant }4av«. Score: Ihtt
•urg U Ko»tot» I**.
INI>I AS Apoi.l*—VAMUKtiTfiX.
Ijidi\x\rouM, May 10.~Lu<ky hit-*,
•ttilen I a-*"» ami errors in the Seventh
nning enabled the HootoeM to i*eore
hree ruti««. and in the eighth inning
I made a magnificent home-run
lit which, with more error* by the
tVa«hingt4m.«. gave four more "runs.
I'he visitor*' plaving. with theex« e|>-
ion of Ik>nneilv, was (nH»r. Score:
ndiana|H>]i<« 7, Washington I.
PHll.\f»Fl.r»ll \ I»FTRi»tT.
I>KTKniT, May 10.—ifesey i»itc he«l a
W)' gtv*l game fur the l { hiJadelphia«
«Mtay, and were it not for Irwin.- eo*t
v error in tiie fourth inning the
would have had but one
nn. Sore. l>etroit 2. Philadelphia 3.
Alabama ItonSWrat*.
MosT<*<»mkkv , Ala., May 10.—The
•tate Peiuoeratir convention a<l
i-urned tiwlav after completing it-*
iork. The platform Wrongly
•resident Cleveland, and e-jtet iallv hi«
u tion in trying to secure a reform and
eduction of tne ta? iff. It instructs
he dclegatea to vote for his renomina
ion, and favors a liberal appropriation
»y the state f*»r publk abooh.
Honthern Taellle Finance*:
Sas Piascwo. May 10.—The ati-
of the ISoutheri^lJyafic
Hp -
,T 0 .
pFrKtNc.riKi.ti. 111-.. May I>>. The su
•renie court has iendeie<l .1 ile. i-iott
n the stiit of Philip Onn«lUrht»g:iin«t
he citv of Ra»t St. I>oiiis. The ca*e
r.ti lieen in court for ten year- It
»a- a mandamus proceeding to cotn
|»i-l a levy and collection of a t.i xto
«y a jtuljriuent on latnds i«-tte«l by
he eity of Kii»t St. Lonia. The in
lebtedness with interest attounts to
nearly $1 n»»,<««»aml the property hold
•r« tiiere are punii -stricken at the tie
•ision as the city u saiil to be l»ank
rupt.
I t**»llceman Mm»l.
fmcuio. May 10. Ofßeer Martin
Nolan was »h<>t in -cverjl |<lace» and
r.ititlly wo-inde.l this morning while
Irving to arre-t two i!ieriil>ers a
notorious Mollie Not! ga'ig of house
breakers.
War With the I'Metlera.
I.* *t*-»T s. K v . Ma\ 10.— The as«o
t iation of we-tern b*t>kmikers at *
merti'ig last night re-okved nut to as •
, , ft the terms .ilfeie 1 for tiettk ' *-Hv
ili>re- at Ihe lamisville nu es r
fuse »>lnii--io<i t<> a*v n>
who sho'tld make a
mean- an 014* war I*-*
.» ' 'be 1 -.w
senate and house
The Forfeitu* BiU is R e
mandfrrd.
THE TEBRIBLK TARIFF BILL
ItofwMmHMlatkrß.wr.lm
Hi** u » XmWr mt «W I awl p*.
lftttcml uliit.
Warn sows. May mi-Mk Uw
rejptlar n-.0-mng b».-me*s tbe
W..n-i.lrrr,| t!*r vt*e bv whth the
radr..,*! lsn.l cnui! forfeiture I.til wa*
jwte*; an.l the .lrklr oil it
ww- re-turned An amendment total!*
protert Uw pnremtion in,) h<>nte*tea<l
"»* «xl ajrrM to at*l
the bill was again passed
Mr. Stewart rave mttsce that br would
atIMIIM oppo-1 unity iiw««t 1:1 am the
coamieration the (•ill to a-lnut «
mi»..n Territory in!., sttirhul
The l«B for the presentation uf a gold
ntedai to Joseph Kraiin*. t rf S r *
\ork, in ffhsftuiiitfi hit e« to
humanitr in the con-tvu Hon ami is-r
fwtMrti of life-saving appliance*. n .
t«a*«r<t rbe liU *«5 im>tc-t<M against
bv Mr. I'ts-kreli a* one bavin; n« ither
merit. justice nor right.
Mr. Sherman movei that the senate
proceed to the 'Moderation <«f <h.
resolution offered by Mr. H.tar an :
rrptittKl tilrersrly yesterilav from ilw
i-onimittee on furagn relation*. pr\>-
viding that when the li*herie« treat v
*hall be under eiui-sicratioii the sten
ographic rrp«*teT shall he *1 nuttast fc.
report the ilehate* an.l proceeding*,
such rejsirt to I* subject to the onto*
of the ornate a« to it* puldication.
Mr. Hoar suggested that the Ridille
l«erger resolution in favor of eonsiiler
ing the treaty in open *e**ioii *houhl
first lie tdketi up ami disposed of, ami
he was informed by Mr. Sherman thai
l*>th •juestioii!" would I* disposed of
together. The motion «a« to.
ami Mr. Kdmuads moved that the
ibxir* 1* closed. which iiu womkM
by Mr. Harris and carried.
When the door* were reopeneil the
following lull* were taken up from the
calendar ami passed: Senate bill
granting the Oregon Railway A Xav
igation Compam a right of way sev
enty-five feet wide on each wile of the
track through the Nei Per> e Indian
reservation, the Senate t ill for an a
•uriMt Juilgrul the supreme court of
I'tah,
The conference refnirt on the ho:i*e
bill autlio:iling the |»resKient of the
I'nited State* to arrange a ixinference
for the purpose of prolonging the ar
bitration ami re< iprocal t i.mtiH-n i.il
relation* with Central ami South
American «tate« ami Mexico anil Itru
lil wa* thiti considered. It wa* pre
sented by Mr. Krye antl agreed to
The seiwitc then a-ljourm-tl till Mon
<lay.
Holag rsiHKrniKt.il.
WvniHßtiTosc. Mav VI. The li<m*<-
thi* inoming ailoj*te>l the conference
rejairt iti the joint re*olution author
izing thr prc*i.lent to arrange a con
frrt-ntcftir the purpo*e tif
arbitnt/ion antl encouraging recipro
cal coaunenial relation* lietween the
1 nitei| State* antl the repul»lir« of
Mexico, ( etijral nn.l South America,
antl tie empire ot Hrazit.
TIhI bill appropriating (l.vi inn to
*up|>h' the lirl.t iencv in tne appropria
tioii for the oxpen*c of collecting rev
enu«K from I'u-tom* for the ii*cal \ear
emling June St>. iso. |ki**4k| with an
amemlment appropriatingto
sillily the iletn lem v in tlie appropriu
tio# for the payment of the pensioner
of the » ar of 1 V<-.
The hoii*e then went into a commit -
tef > lift In whole on the tarid' bill.
tpV conference rc|iwt wa* atfree.l to
nn the joint resolution authorizing the
prcMilent to arranving a tonfeiente
hrtwean tlie I niletl state- ami the re
|>;ililif* of Mexico ami t'entral uml
Siirth America ami Itrazil.
Mr Sayre* of Texav callctl up the
i>ill making an appropriation of |4Vi.
»«> to supply the ileficiency in the n|>-
pmpriation for the expense* for col
ts ting revenue from cust«un* for the
i*cal vear emling June 36th. Ihh.*.
riice {* a clause in tlie bill retiealiii>;
he |ieriiianent appropriation* for the
ollection of custom*, amemlnieiit
va* ailopte<l appropriating f:t..V«i,mi
<t supply a tlrhcieni v in tlie appropii
ition for the payment of the army
in.l navv pension* to invalitl witlow*.
ninor 1 htltlren ami ile(iett<leiit rela
ive* ami survivors of the war of I*l.'
\n amemlment wa* a.l.>ptei|. jtrovitl
nsr thai the appropriation tif jl'.n.mi
ua<le by the act of March .I*l. Iw for
leating apparatus t«i lie furnishi*! b«-
orc Jll 111- :«'!h. 1 *** to certain pulilic
tuiblinr*. shall continue available t<t
■nable the secretary of the treasury to
ultill the contracts enteral into prioi
o June DlHh. lss*. The bill was then
.a--<tl a* amemletl.
The house then wcut into a commit
ee of the whole on the tariff Nil
Mr. Turner, of Georgia, spoke in
avor of the bill.
JMr Bruium e»f IVnn-\lvania *ai.l
hat fllum 1 Icvelantl. Hll mt pnUM
if tiie I'nitel State* hail solemnly pro
iaitntsl a •loctrlne which wa- thr
tuiwn of the cotton combine of tin
all street "hark* ami of the Ken
,ucky whisky ring* ftjr protetti"!
mlv eouM fair, retnutierative wage* h»
»ai<l for lalstr.
Mr. Hrtiiiuu ilemmtMSetl the "gall'
>f .he southern llemocmt* win* t*ro
essetl 1. real rogartl for lalor. vital
■ante element ha t reiluoetl it« laliorer
o niorr abject slavery than !**(' »ri
he war ToJay northern lalstrer w*
rorking out the prert problem of hi
elation to capital lie hotieij th<
louthern rej»re»<'ntatives wonbl as«i*i
Item and taotrM |«-<i|4c a path tt
ight att-1 glory.
MX. i"*-,
Mr. t'anmm 'ifnot* *»il*that i
r»- " **"'
*»«. California «w ahr*tr pwiw
in* i«n«rii hw« wrt .««w In
the that fw»» her tW+t'.
«««U He taint a mater mnJth than
hail Ww wrung in piUm tnwiin
frow her RwtmMM.
Mr. (Vgitok of t;e«rpia. a»ke,|
protertjnn *w ti -mt k* |>Kv
a»l (kwwM to urjftut wim<l it.
pit tan* the muditaun ,rf the UUvrinji
nten rf the north. He utnicd the
srntieroen on the other -AW to «hn
their .KwtuMan of the n*Mn
ale cuo-tittttMm aixt A»verv. i»l t«»
>k\'l with thb eiisl question which
rw«rerr,e«l the f«e..jvje .J the wbwle
m»untr>
The "mimiitre then rone. ai»d the
tK«i-e ImA a iww until eveniujr
nmsM «DN««.
At the evening the tariff hid
«*" Ifielh Ui<*-u«*r,l Inr nevenU men
her*.
MtRVLAXB niai>Tß«n.
n» Mate Tra i ia>l na ri4»i 111
l'Wtrlu4 htkulaMMl).
lUuimo**. May Ift. The Hen*,*
•rath- «tate <-»neenlion wa* ••rcanar.l
with ( H. h UmicU< a«
ieiut«.r»rv rhainuan. In a,.-e|>tinjr
h.<n,»r W pakt a rtowerv tribute ti»
l*re*»«lent Uerelan.! an.l *a£l that f.xir
1 •" ar% *«> tir,.cer » levehuxl w*» *»« ev
pertinent. T.*tav hi, rK»ujtiaU>tn •
• <t»itv an.l tta mailt <ui* l<j the sin
"ere iffiMum *n<( amtrer'ation of the
Ameni-an people. Hirrat appU »>eV
Ibe luattorm adopted sirotuUv en-
the administration .JtVveUixl
»n,l tn«tnn-t> the Marxian.) .!. W*te»
tLT"* th *"' r * w,r " f"T him
, l * a «'<* laration in favor of tariff
ips?
%ention «h w hit H im;icate« how
the revision shotUi beat^tmphshet.
VERMONT IIKIIUCRATK.
n«VfIM4 KvilnnMl MMI • suit#.
Ticket N»«tMlr4.
MoTirrMKit. Vermont. May to. The
Democratic *tal*convention Ws*ani«e<l
this forenoon with Patrick M Mebfan
n chairman. MrMun addressed the
convention briefly. HLi approving
reference* to the < level and adminis
tration were greeted with great ap
[Uau*e. !le>aid: 'We have but one
but be is worth more than
ill the rest put together The Uepnb
icati* want to elect their 'blootty shirt*
■ersonitfed. We want aurtiif i>rim i
»lex personified in Grover tlevefaml."
Great applause).
The nfllow ing nomination* wen*
nade bv a rising vote: For K»verttor,
v (' S hultliff lieutenant governor.
T. <\ O. Sullivan treasurer. W. K.
IV< k.
tH»rI Inr* Ikr Hnikir.
WwiiuroTrt*, May 10. tirneral
s U hen<o!i, a><«j*t«»it in^tnm^tcr
reneral, in to an m<|ttiry fr«»ui
IJntiM- S. Kwintr. member
rf the Ifemocratit' Stale r*»n»-
niUre of Illinois, hrt« written a letter
!e<'linin# to alltm- hi.«» name to lit* |»re
4-nt***! to tin* iVmoi rati. >t.ite n»m
nittee a» a ramttdate for the ortue »»f
iriitenant |f*»vertM»r.
(onlnaatliHia.
WAPat»*T<ii. May Hi. The senate
«alav U»e f«4lowin)? notut
>a(ion>. Hatiiel K. Biilier. Ituiian
iih'iH v of the Warm Nt>rlrpr» ajfem*v.
ati««i .<t « ttv. < .1! . It K Tener. Or
»r>er. t'al.. a ;» lU Uevue. Ma
lti; VS T. Uriffln. Mutow, Itiaho.
The Mvdtral Convrntlua.
fix. I*S\TI. May 10.—The Me<H« al -
V»sMh iation. thi* n»ornin>?, el« tr4 W
W. iKjwwn, of« iiirnuiaU. |»re>itient .
in«i W. I*. fVhenk, of Katinu'*. tir»t
ii« e |»re*>i.lent: K, J. l» sn
iHi>«>n. of Pennsylvania: Mi liary, \V.
[ IttituiM, of FtattaylvaJiia;
rian. <'. 11, KlieiiM hmiilt, of
injrton. Nrwjmrt, Itbcale Nlaml, wa*
h<wen for the next place of meetiti|f,
in June of ne*t yeaV.
rtiLinrAi NOVH.
» hi< ap» Journal In Ju«ipe ,
liam'« ' a-f the "favorite .«*•»»" i* a
nu-mU r of a neighbor'a family.
Hon F. K. Spinner, ei-t'eannrer i»f '
the l'nite-1 Male-. s»v- if he ha«l the
nomination of the presidential ticket
it woul i lie lie|*ew ami llarri*«»n.
Philadelphia Preaa; The U»ar<l of
Ilealth of Indiana ha<* oniereil a pen
•ral cleaning up <»f that State. The tie
ay of lieiiKM-ratic reform ha* |H»t*onc*' :
the atmosphere out there.
Commercial' IniralN, in
the interest of i***""* > • *houkl paste
this sijfn ove '»*" «le-k "IViihk ratic ;
>M*nator> *ill ft ml it t-* • their a«l vantage
n< t «♦» monkey with the buss *aw."
New York Graphic: Jmlpe Grenham
has cast an i.ncjtior tt» wimiwani in
\Vis <«n«in. He nee«ls a lon# cable ami
1 strong one to keep the ship of his
from drafaring in that um'ettain
M*a
Mmne ijMtlis Trib »ne imlre Gre»-
ham *ho thl < lean the "valler" clav
iif Indiana off his Immit-after the«*h»-
1 ago convention shake* him. ami,
route to Minneapolis ami help e«iit the
Kvening Jo.ttnaf
l'lnla»lelphia Kecortl (tlem.>: If lo- 1
cality l»e the prime ••ou*i»lerati«n, with
ttie view of obtaining votes, th«- rumli ,
tlate for the vice presidency aboubl lie •
a Dtmorfit fiwM IUio<»»-, MrMgan
«»r Wi*<i»fi*in. Homelime*, howerer,
great ml*take* may I* ma«le in listen
ing to the *'*hriek of locaHiva*, for
etam]4e, the nominati>m of the lt«m. '
W. Il Knglish. of lieluna. for **"•
vice pre*i«lem-y in IMB.
New York Sun - The ll*~*
K. MclkmaW, of ln<iii«n.
way* accomplifhe*l
un*ieitaken in thi* life
ral kmacker o -.t hr l«
the bu*ine** f«*r t^'
•ive Grav, no*
Mr. Oray«»
eamlklate
with th«
•hat v*
PORKIW^Bj
Gladstone Mtifctl
«tJ» Irish Uiset
Ntmi OIYRS offrjrol
*i «-»- r —* *~" *Hj
fton Bin«l " TIHII I I Tit -
In-MtaS Trial.
Uwmt, May Hi, - An hMrm
•>ur»ed by :7TX>' dt-*entin« nuMn
wa- present**! to (!!ad*t<>*te tMm>
day e*|>re-i»« their s> mt*thy with
him in bi» nt«rt» to miwi Sr (W
land an-! Itctutil In renty to ttwad
,!rei« Mr ti!a<!"l> nr >s,J that duritw
tbe present session the |>a«neititatt,
<e-Mtc the pres-ing M l< of Ireland,
hw irtmiiml fmm urging their ciaiMa
ii*l hfcl the Mi
V|«siile Ini-ine— Whether .tr not
|>ariuu»M-r>t **- employed at this or
that prrii time in di-« tuning I -Hnmt.
I Ireland alone that truly h*M
-he key to legislation The giieerh
nent knew that the tut ton «as with
*'Ow rule. am) therefore thev |»MmI
lhe affair- oi parliament mas to dciav
tie time when a mini-try *ouhl far in
»wee pletltrrd t«i profs'** home rule
«r Ireland The mawitv in the
hm> * >h .-ominous tisotrcht thev omiU
ro on foe Hve year- They rat thn
«aiM hi* lite t« an old maktMl tha
lie <>f an nltl »r your > man would «n|
•fleet a final' -ciM-menl Ju*tir«
jouM I# done t,» Iceland etv lon*,
the national mvllisml «<>uW amwil,
'"el' Tbe MM II i T£l
•pun leing the defeti.lc of law and
Muter in-lead of m imtaming ttnifr.
The mimninftit hart promoted mur
lerous ltre» he- of the lair. l'arneii
*- lUvutcl U» thv uiAivt
«»f la* nn«l i»r i« r a» kny «>nf.
Neither lie nor I'amell TiDdKated Iha
l«l»n of .-ampaign. The government'*
i induct had >n«le<l tbe plan of ram
wuen by making the law odious to the
<e.«|>le The utnKt of the government
♦emed to he to insult. exasperate and
•erratic the Irish. A- xmh k> the ter
ilJe fait* tegwrding the suffering in
fwjtwl ww bout* ftj the «|»-
ighl minds uf the pr»|4e of Kngiaml,
hey would unite to redre— the ml
rmrs of the past.
rAttrtt mANcn.
rhe Report »r the Tear'* Ward la
Raeenragtag ta the IVanpaaj
XoitttUL, May 10 - Tbe annual
■reting <if the < anadiait I'avtfic rail
fay was held vnteniay. The annual
i'l»'rl »hu«til that the comjwin v run
ml- «W miles and aw« IT.uOo lortv
ioti*e« ami ear* of all eta* rij.ti.in.
•uilng the war ft.HUi,tit6 u,re e«-
ended In conettwttan ami itt.|>rove
»rnts. The earning- tor the \ear
nit'tint to sl.ttn,ml 3W and the work*
'if expense* to fs.ltr.' \vi The total
-timated value of tlie i anadian !*»-
ilw property is ♦lfii.Vlssln. The r»-
»it makes referem* to the -evrrity
ml unusual snow fall last winter,
rto< Ii liad so great an «-'V. f On the
ost of workinK the line durinir the
r*t four uumths of the
et earnings fell tiff ftl.titi (»«t diirlnir
hat |>etii«l a« compatnl with that of
he |uei -reding year. Tbe I'uftikixJ
n erupt in Ontario and the ln*timcf
n. yof rt<ltiii(r stork and elevator la
ilities seriously afllrsfasl Its earnlnipi
J*o. The same detk-ienry also aflM*
d tlie |>assrnper and all other tralSe
n the proiinrr. The steam-hip see
'i<e lietween Vamrtuver ami Yoknlw
ua and M<»wlion|t. referred to In Una
ast report, has fully jttatiiied all el
ss-tat«ms as to the value ami ini|a«t
m«e of tbe trade to be devdumtl hi
hat direction, the neaoUathms tM
>ioKres> with the imperialmivamin»n>
or the estaWisliment of a |irrniime«t
ine of f.rst-Hass steamers notable tar
irtiied < riiiset- In time of war, baa rat
ar protrressed that a anlisidy of MR
•»i ha- lieen olitaliie<l for • iiouthly
enrne. The i "tnpyKy « rtVP
v«tem is ffTowlttK In imiwftanee, UM
uli during the year reach the cltkrr i 4 ,
he maritime proelncw.
The Chester
Lnilmii, ll«f J" j hr 'tW
meeting ♦ -«* *»_WW» '<* »»
a*a won by H« imo. Kerry Ah
;.cw seroml, IHirnoch ihirtl. Tan*
rere »i* -tarters in the race tar mt
;r»-a! t'hesire hamlh'ap stake*, wbl™
raa won by Tbcslore, Deuce of t 'lulai
■et'oml, diandlemast third, Taa rara
lor Otiuonde's twieveaisihl plate waa
son by fs reeeh tial: The Apple afe
md. Rarhican third. There were atl
■tarter*.
The H«var frrtawl.
U.SPO*, May 10.- The Tlnie* Kay
hat the profiasil drawn op hy tbe »•
»ar cotifemu-e will estahtoh a treal
ils-lishing the sugar Is.unties. and
. hone.l that the Ireatj will be Mgne.
n July.
Rebel* Maeeewfal.
Hi him. M*y 10,- Mes-engep trim
llerla'r say that the rebels in the lw»-
nguihl di'strii-t hiiye defeateil. ahe*
■evere fighting, tlie for<»» of t»"
isMte Meguine I'aslia »*< al'
tilled.
rtaa arrant
llrtiK, May
and otl
»h of llil«ly«ar»
idot-te" 1 •'

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