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WOKING TO DEPEW
j;ed, McKinley Managers
or the New Yorker.
INE DRAWN IN ST. LOUIS.
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SH »ml IV» <1 < lii'pulillnui
WM *—It iiUlHVH (lie M militer»
■ moyanre.
S^Ê O., .lune Chauuoey M.
^Hi-mid is now discussed by the
H managers, :n d he can have the
n for vice pr- .ideal If Reed will
It seems to be pretty well
■ l that M;i or McKinley wants i(
on the ticket with him, and,
^Huro to flic purpose, the man who
candidate for vice president
Htnnil on tho currency.
^BoKinley forces arc Intensely
their belief that the tariff will
In issue, but they recognize the
o of tho currency question, and
ig for second place a man who
BHiodlment of the gold standard
■M- expect to make success more
u\v meets all tho requirements.
■ gtud that his business duties
^Hnt his acceptance, it will bo nn
H at a vice president has much
^Bls hands and his election need
Hi liis rot! renient from his pres
H on. General K. A. MoAlpIn of
H. is laboring migh Uy *o get the
H'boom turned his .
B an illlterati vu tlckv
, %
the
on
f papers booming McAlpln have
I ho hundreds, and there has just
I grist of otrculnra from tho Toung
I.Uonnl Republican club of Chl
insslng Us preference for MoAl
I. e Quay, Proctor and Hanna so
I Inloy's private ear, but on the
I prefers no secrets. R. C. Kerens
lingrossmnn Nathan Frank paid
lindny visit to Major McKinley.
I that tho confab related to moth
lug about harmony and also to
Lent of the colored brethren who
I discrimination by St. Louis ho
Hrard Addlcks, tho gas man of
■ and elsewhere, came west ns far
H and, saw Mr- Hanna and wont
■ n. bpi did not come to Canton.
Irai supposition is that ho came
■ a seat on the bandwagon.
■ i Guy K. Grosse writes In Call
■ |it MoKlnloy will carry that state
■ ated, and that ho'ie also sure of
■ tVashlngton and Arizona. Tho
Hioro protection for <vool, fruit,
It "A silver plank," ho says,
I e much to do with Nevada.and
■ more so than In the first named
ig Problem I or ICepiililicaut.
HJ UIS, Juno it—What shall be done
H colored delegates and alternates
H tional Republican convention Is
|H m wliioii ip puzzling the mom
H ho nntionaj committee who have
■ ore. as wcIQas the Business Men's
'hich secured tho oonventluD to
s. Kvery hotel and boarding
■ » come out tint footed and dec'.ar
, would entertain no negro as a
^B customer Money is no object.
>f prosecution have had no effect,
i the present outlook it would
t unless tents are secured the col
■ I will have to go hungry and un
^B thoroughly tHir R ii«t*d »
Hi." said National Committeeman
Hag of Florida la speaking of tho
'I have been looking all day long
H ol. boarding bouse or cgfo that
H irait the negroes, hut ft has been
H is search. 1 even went so far as
H charter a steamboat, but when
H >rs learned, for what purpose it
H ted they found an excuse for ro
H io tho use of tho vessel. It is the
■ i in tho hisyory of the Republican
■ icre such hi embarrassing prodic
■ is arisen. "
■ asked what'the national commlt
■ d do in the matter, he replied: "I
■ suited with the inofnbers who are
I 1 we have decided to offer a roao
■ s soon as the committee meets
H ting the hotel and Inn keepers and
■ etting aside of a fund for renting
■ which cots shall he placed for the
■ »dation of the negroes who may
I the convention. We will also re
■ o employment of. cooks, etc.; to
■ hem with f^od. This trouble has
■ wing for nearly a week. A num
■ iys ago it was learned by the Rusl
■ a's league that some of the lohd
■ Is had been canceling agreements
I rtaiu state delegates when the
I a learned that negro dcl«(fatu8
B mbored among them. It bcoaniu
B eut that the negroes were being
fl Dated against tfiat tho league ia
I ' following manifesto;
I Tiie l.cugnc's Manifesto.
B Business Men's league, when In
■ {ton scouring the national Rcpub
B avention for St. Louis promised
I »rod delegates and mem liera of the
■ Republican executive committee
■ eceive the same recognition from
I la that any other delegate to tho
I Ion would receive.
I i this it was implied that the citl
I 'resenting the city of St. Louis for
I t the convention would ask and
I r to Induce 'publie places, hotels,
I g bouses and bathrooms, at least
I entlou week', to accord to tho repu
I ad respectable colored men who
I le hero representing their section
I Ir people in tho Republican party
I atment ns any reputable and re
1, o person woftld receive. It is not
I that a groat many would want
I pt tho privileges, but It will bo
I imlliating if one' of them, with
I ollcagues and friends or alone,
I iresont himself in any public place
I '«fused admittance or service. '
I hoped, expected and desired by
I tinmen
ml die
representing the citizens
ured tho convention that all will
it to most the situation as justice
iprlety require. Any parties fau
eservo accommodations will ploaso
o tiie general hotel committee, C.
nwater, chairman, or the bureau
'matlon. " >'
Hotel Mad Angry,
the hotel mfm road this, they
were
Shortens
food, length-^Spjj
your
• eus your life.
a
O
o
The N. K. Fairbank
Company,
St. Lonis, Chicago, À
- New Orleans,
Baltimore.
wrathful. They said It win an Invitation
to the calot cd delegates to prosecute them
for damages. They went to the league
cetmnittoe on hotel accommodations and
made a vigorous protest. Concerted ac
tion then followed, with tiiu result that
the negroes cannot (ltd lodging places or
even u reputable plum to oat. Major C.
C. Rainwater, u member of the Business
Man's league and of the local entertain
ment committee, Is quite as much dis
pleased with the turn affairs have taken
as any member of tho national commit
tee. Ile und several other members of
the local committee bave been hunting for
a place to entertain tho negro delegates,
but without success.
Perry Meath and Ex-Congressman
Thompson of Ohio, who ore hare In tho
Interests of McKinley, are quite as much
disturbed as the national committeemen.
They have been in telegraphic communi
cation with Marcus A. Hanna all day,
hut as yet no solution of tho problem has
been reached.
In no former Republican national com
mittee has tho committee had so heavy a
duty to perform In making up the roll for
tho temporary organization ns tho present
committee has .before It. There are 158
contested seats from IB states and one ter
ritory, and of these tho entire delegations
of flvo states and the territory of Arizona
are contested.
The committee ns a whole will com
mence the hearing of the contests Wednes
day forenoon, and tho Indicatlcpa are it
will hardly be ablo to finish thorn before
tho end of the week.
I Making tip the Kotl.
Many of the conventions that resulted
in contesting delegations were marked by
violence. In several of them police had
to arrest tho participants for assaulting
and beating the chairman, and the fends
tljat grew out df local rivalries have been
transferred to the national arena to bo
stubbornly fought out hy tho principals,
who have come determined, If possible, to
return homo as tho recognized lenders of
their respective "mill wicks. The bitterest
of these contests comes from tho south.
Tho hearings before the committee will
be semljudiolal. All of the contending
parties have oomo hero prepared with
printed briefs and affidavits as to their
regularity and right to recognition, and
each case will be presented by special
counsel selected from tho best speakers
among the respective factions. Tho com
mittee will probably take up tho contests
with tho states In alphabetical order when
both sides are on hand and ready for tho
fray.
The commlttoo's conclusions, however,
are not final. They are for the purpose
of making up the roll for temporary or
ganization and only show who. in Its
judgment, Is primarily entitled to a seat
In the convention. The whole light by
every delegation may be gone over anew
before tho committee on credentials which
is to be name! by tho chairman of the
convention, and contests do not even stop
with that committee's report, as tho dole
gates who are unsuccessful before it hnvo 1
the right of appeal to the convention.
There are not likely to be many contests
drawn out on the Hour of the convention
because in nearly every Instance tho con
tending factions both Malm to be for Mc
Kinley, and as the MoKlnleyltes will have
a majority on the floor It may matter hnt
little which set of men from the various
localities help to swell McKinley 's strength
In tho balloting.
It would be hard to predict who will bo
selected hy tho national committee for
temporary chairman of tho convention, so
few of tit» committeemen have arrived,
and there is none of tho prominent leaders
of the parly here. Among the men who
have been mentioned, however, are oz
Governor Mery lam of Minnesota and II. •
Clay Evans of Tennessee, a candidate for
tho vice presidential nomination.
Kvans Is also talked of for permanent
chairman, as also are General Grosvenor
of Ohio, Senator elect George L. Wolling-i
ton of Maryland, Senator Fopaker and'
Mayor .lohn A. Caldwell of Cincinnati.
Word was received, from M. A. Hanna
that he and his party would leave Cleve
land at 1 p. m. today and arrive here at 7
n. jo. tomorrow.
Hy that timo It is expected that tho Re
pnbilcau national committee will be here,
as it nmots tomorrow. It Is probably that
Thomas C. Platt of New York, Senator
Gear of Iowa and Joseph Manley of Maine
will also have arrived by that time.
$
Mr.
The Chainn»*'« Gavel.
t?T. Lot ts, Juno 0. —The guvel which
will bo used by tho permanent chairman
of the Republican national convention has
been received at the headquarters of the
local committee. It will be presented to
the chairman by Senator Berry of the Illi
nois delegatee. Tho gavel Is an excellent
piece of wood carving done by W. H.
Bartels of Carthage, Ills., who Is reputed
one of tho most artistic carvers in the
oountty. Mr. Bartels selected the woöd—
a hickory log taken Iron, tho log cabin po
cbplod by President Lincoln at Now Sa
lem, Ills., in 183S.
There are panels on
alther side which aro tilled in with suita
bly inscribed plates of gold and silver.
Arizona Democrats For Silver.
PifKxrx, A. T., June 9.—Tho Demo
cratic territorial convention which as
sembled hero had ono pervading idea, and
that was free silver. 0 .,AV. A. Rowe of Ya
vapai, for atl years a silver miner in Ari
zona, was elected chairman. Ills speech
expressed satisfaction with the policy of
the Democratic administration and called
upon tho convention to express its princi
ples without hesitation. Tho following
wore elected delegates to the national con
vention: J. R. Alexander of Phénix, I.
F. Wilson of Prescott, W. H. Barnes of
Tucson. Hugh Campbell of Flagstaff,
Wiley H. Jones of HolomonvlIIe, W. H.
Burbage of St. Johns.
Hanna Goes to St. Louts.
Cleveland, Juno 9.—Mr. M. A. Han
na, tho manager of Major McKinley's
canvass for tho presidency, will start for
St. Louis this afternoon in n special train
over tho Big Four road. Ho will bo ac
companied by a few friends, and tho trip
will bo made as quietly as possible. Mr.
Hanna says there will he no brass bands
nor streamers on his train, as he Is averse
io making a demonstration. Major Mc
Kinley will remain at Canton during the
convention and will receive tho nows over
a private wire connegtod with Mr. Han
na's headquarters in St. Louis.
Mixed Result In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, June ».—The Democratic
primaries of Hamilton county resulted in
tho election of do silver and ä gold dele
i.atos to the Democratic state convention
at Columbus, Juno 211. Tho primaries
wore by popular vote under thu Bailey
law. Thera was no convention. Of tho
0,319 votes cast 5,750 were for the silver
tickets and the city of Cincinnati cast
4,000 silver votca. The returns from other
counties show that tho delegates selected
up to dato to the state convention stand
as follows: Silver, 307; gold, 14; uuin
( tr ucted, 33.
To Protect 1'iili and Game.
Blffalo, June 9.—Tho thirty-eighth
resaicn of the New York State Association
tor tho Protection of Fish and Game was
t old .it the Gecosco Houso In this city.
Routine business occupied tho greater part
of Ihv session. Auburn was selected for
iho n,xt year's uiaet. Thirty-throe clubs
vorn lepresented.
T
FATALLY INJURED.
>4 by the Bursting
Serious Accident C»a
if a C ylinder.
Brooklyn, June ». —-lly tho bursting
of a cylinder In Cobb's iron foundry in
this city two men were injured so badly
that they will probably die, and three oth
jr.i received severe cuts amt bruises,
former are Thomas Higgins, tl) years old,
of this city, right leg blown off ; Patrick
Smith, years old, left leg blown off.
Both men were also very seriously cut.
The cylinder was being prepared for molt
ing. it whs taken out of the furnace whore
It had stood for a time, and Smith started
In to beat It with a hammer.
It suddenly oaepieded with terrific force,
one hugo piece flying through the roof.
The other men were at work, and when
the smoko and dust had cleared Smith
#nd Higgins were found among thedabrls
badly mangled Moat of tho workmen
were knocked down by the force of tho
explosion, but three of them received a
greater shaking up than the others.
It I» statod that tho cylinder contained
water before it bad been put Into the fur
nace and had exploded because of the
great pressure of steam after It was taken
out. At the hospitals where Higgins and
Smith were taken it was stated that they
would die.
The
Badly IjAmnged by Vire,
Toronto, June 9.—The big department
al store of .Tallies N. McKendry & Co., on
Yonge street, just north of Ljueon. was
gutted by lire. McKendry carried a stock
valued at *150,990, which is a total kiss.
Tho tiro spread to the departmental store
of the T. Katdn company, south of Mo
Kendry's building, but was soon extin
guished. Eaton, however, will suffer a
very latgo loss from tho enorpious quan
tity of water which was poured Into his
building by water towers. Tho boot and
shoo store of Gutnaue Hros., north of Me
Kendry's, was also flooded by water and
the stock damaged.
Karapet! From State 1'rison.
Hartford, Juno 9.—Dwight F. S teere,
a life prisoner, and George A. Minor, an
Incorrigible, have escaped from the Con
necticut state prison at Wethersfield. The
two men wore confined In thu hospital de
partmunt, and'Steero was the hospital
steward. some way they opened the
hospital door, made their way to a win
dow in the hospital wing ami let them
selves down by means of a staging used
by repair workmen. No trace ijf them
has been found. Howards of ®i;tlO each
have been offered for their recapture.
Three Killed by an Explosion.
Kingston, N. V., June 9.—A terrible
accident occurred In tho Norton cement
quarries at Binnewater, near this city,
which resulted in tho death of three men
rftld tho serious Injury of another. Thors
was a premature explosion of a blast while
several quarrymon were near, causing the
Instant death of A^ron Terwilligar, Thom
as Ryder and ^naslerick Charles, whoso
bodies were mangled almost beyond recog
nition. Gegrgd Kaley was badly hurt,
though not fatitUy. All the men killed
were married.
nouguereun to Wed His Pupil.
New Yoke, June 9. —Information re
ceived from Paris fixes June ~~ as the
dote of the coming wedding of Elizabeth
Gardner, the American painter, to M.
Bongnoreau, the Kreuch artist,
not lenown that Bonguereau contemplated
marrying his whilom pupil, who has mads
a name for herself In contemporary art.
Miss Gardner is a native of Exeter, N. H.
Her first Halou contribution was in 1HT8.
M. Bonguereau is in his seventy-second
year.
It was
Indorsed the President.
Hai.umokk, June U — The Democrat!
of Baltimore county, in convention at
Towson, passed a resolution Indorsing
"the president in bis views on the money
question and pledging themselves to a
sound money currency." At Westminster
the Democrats of Carroll county declared
for "a sound and stable cnrtenqy, ns pro
vided ft* by the constitution of the United
States. "
Manufacturers Make an Assignment.
BwtroK, June 9.—The firm of Kicbard
ijTHowo A- l.ovejoy, mxnufnctnrors of
laiïïee' and ehildreu's garments of this
city, made sn assignment to Oliver Dnr
r»ll of Brown, Dnrrell & Co. and William
II. Graves of this clip. The liabilities are
about f(15,000. Tho assets arc not yot ob
tainable.
.
lirooded (h*r Her Troubles.
Fueoonta-, N. Y„ Juno 9.—Miss Klla
J. Cummings, 40 years of ago. was found
dead in her parents' bouse, an empty bot
tle of loudanum by her side. Brooding
over tiie delay In the settlement of nn es
tate in which she was interested la sup
posed to have caused her to commit sui
cide.
Got ^fl, r.OO lÎRitioJjs Far ft Kail,
Newui i;n, N. Y., .Tone »,—The suit of
Abraham G. Honley of Now York against
the village of Monroe lor #109,000 dam
ages for injuries sustained in falling off a
defective highway bridge was settled by
Hooley accepting #0,500.
Woman Killed by » Train.
AKSOMA, Conn..Juno 9.—Mrs. Nicholas
Whalen was struck and almost In
stantly killed by a Naugatuck division
train. The skull wee budly fractured.
Tho woman became confused and stepped
in front of the train.
Reboot nutldhig Struck by Lightning.
BKockpoiîT, N. T., Juno !>.— Tha nor
mal school building In this town was
struck by lightning and set on lire. A
thousand dollars' damage was done. The
scholars had left the building before tha
storm came up.
Hastens Stack to Slcdrld.
London, Juno 9. —Tho Chronicle says
Mr, Taylor, United States minister to
Spain, has returned to Madrid somewhat
hurriedly without making tho projected
Investigations in connection with bis
books.
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life Association,
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HUSTON.
fSTATKMKNT OP IIUSINKaS FOR ISOS,
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xftiia . . .Mil 2.nos.780.00
Polices written during the
ye.r.
Insurance written during
the yerr
Amount dried to Surplus
Fund daring the year .
Dividends paid Io Policy
holders during the
year ....... |424 t 2fl9
Cash asset's.$1,165.410 93
Total membership ... 51 940
Aqouut paid In Losses , fl 703,058.34
Total amount paid In
Losses since organiza
tion ,
22 802
. . |24,11B,75«00
$264.603 61
. . $11,856 404 25
The following )« an extract fromreportof
recerit exan I nutlnn of the Association:
•The company and tbn certltlcate holders
are to be eungratiilnlpd ui>on the correctueiH
and clrarnesH with which the books and
accounts are kept and me ceful manner in
which thw busmees it conducted."
Signed,
GEORGE H. M » BRILL,
saranceCummtseloner, Massachusetts.
H. W, CARR.
Inmrn nee Commissioner. Maine.
O. W. BROWNELL.
Insurance <! mmlselncer. Vermont.
ALBERT O. LAND«KH.
Insurance LVuiinleeloner, Rhode island.
WM. M. HAHN,
Snpeilbteridftnl of Insurance, Ohio.
GEORGE A. LITCHFIELD, f'rveldent.
W. O. COK'rHELL. Treaturer.
A. JASL0WSKY,
General Mansger for Delaware,
Room 396 EguRaliie Building.
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PGUTIOA L
pOR Cl) J NT Y COMPTROLLER.
NEW OAfeTLK COUNTY. IBM,
JOHN F. STAATS,
AlTOyUlNIMINK HtVNDRED.
Subject to the rules of the Démocratie
Parly.
Nomination, June 13, IHM.
tpOR RECEIVER OF TAXES
ANT) COUNTY TREASURER,
JOHN N. CARSWELL,
Subject to the rules of the Demo
eratlo party.
IpOK 8HKHIFF
OF NKW OASTI.K COUNTY, IBM,
JOSEPH S. DUNLAP,
OF WILMINGTON IIUNBRED,
Subject to the decls on of the Democratic
Part».
POH SHERIFF
OF NKW CASTLE UOUNTVJ
IHM.
JAMES CARMICHAEL,'
WILMINGTON HUNDRED.
rtnbjeet to the dec talon of .the I'emocratto
Party.
J^OR LEW COURT COMMISSIONER
OF THE THIRD DISTRICT,
JOHN J. MEALEY.
Subject Io the rules of the Democratic
Party.
Jj'OR LEVV COURT COMMISSIONER,
OF THE FlHgT DISTRICT.
R. LEWIS ARMSTRONG
Subject to the ' rules of Ua Republican
Party.
, EXCURSIONS.
rxUKSTKH A* I.
vy PHILADELPHIA
SSENGKK
ST KAMRCMTS.
FARES KKl'UCKD.
Leaving F"urtb Ht,
wbsrf,
dally.
i'A
tv it mi nt/f m, I uiaMasy
■ Sundrys Included,.IT UU and 10.38
.. 1 »., laud 4.IS p. in.
Leaves Claw.itm street wharf. Philadelphia,
at 7.30 and 1» IS a. ui., 1 30 and 4 p. m.
fare to Philadelphia, V> c.
Excursion ticket, 40c
Family package tickets, good for year, at
very low rates.
Passengers' packages received at Phlladal
phia whai f a"d cai ed for free of charge.
For further Information call telephone No.8T
WASHINGTON PARK,
ON THE DELAWARE.
For nnclutv and oth»r epeclftl excnnlona ap
ply to Ui« UQderhlgned.
ufcliy conn* ctlot* will b« made vIa Penns
Kfontiind Woodbury.
F»ro f<>r lh<* rouuo trip. 60 c«*uts.
A. (J M'CAUöLANf». Hup't W. A N. R. R,
flOWNB.MH BHIGC8. W K A.. W.4N, H. II
_BANKING AND KIN ANOKA I ,
For Steamship Tickets
To ENGLAND. IRELAND ard SCOTLAND
t>y While Star Ltue and amer can Line, also
drafts and money ordsis, rpply to
H. L, EVANS & CO.,
HAbKEHS AND BROiiBUB,
__Ei ghth an d Mar ket Streets.__
Artisans' Savings Banlr,
NO. 502 MARKET STREET,
VVllnilngton, Del,
Open daily from 0 o'clock a, m. until 4 p. m.
•870,988 77
• 768.17» 33
U«pualfa. ,
• 117,733 48
Norplu., .
Intenet allowed on deposits of morey for
one or more calendar mom ha at tie rat* of
tier o-nf per annum. Money loaned on
mortgages ou real estate.
J. AUGUSTUS McOAULLKY. Prrfldent.
T. ALI.KN 11ILLES, vice-bieetdivit.
E. T. TAYLOR. Secy and 'I re«s
JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor.
May 1. 181».
8*881*8 AND SMALL CHAN9• CA M
UN HAD AT CBH WVI»IS Hi OS.

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