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HJ BUSHED EVEBT THURSDAY
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THKO. D.FI8HER
PUBLISHED IH TBB IVTUBfl
ST. FRANCOIS COUNn.
OHX DOLLAJR. A. YXAJB
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NUMBER 26.
VOM ME XXVII.
FARMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO,. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 19(M.
ta ass Betas at eas aaaaay as axanaa ataati
ajaaiaaaaa bB aaaUa asassnii BweJ toe
3
II.
The Tiiket Placed in nomination
by the Krpuhltcmn Convention
at Philadelphia.
THERE WAS NOT A OtSSE NTING VOTE.
n. mHtOMi . nltk snap.
I'linrlH.I. ri l .rears nf lalrwae
I'.nlha.la.sa. uu4 t Iwal Adieiarw
Ntrnt we. lira. he1 -i..ttl. flrc
In. ti l luck.
Cantrntuni M ill. I'h i 1 I. : in i June
SI. Thl- Ml tin- cat dn. end limp
hcfnn- trn o'clock, the Ihmit act foi
i in- n-a--t miding of the -mention,
thr hull wu. surrounded li un im
mense nrnit nf -npr. Bin 'a--i--ged
nil lln ii-ir. nnil rntraiu-c i lair-oring
lor admission. Whin thr il-.rs wcrr
iw-nrd thrt surged in Ha' a fliasd.
hulmurgiiig flu tnst hull Th stage
hmi ban freshened atth green thing
ami nt each nirnir, Ilka .1 touch of
flaming mine, ml prom's. Iml into thr
air. Thr U1111I in tin north .rallrTy
was hi work eorlt arltfc inspiriting
Bsaaie, it was much wiwaw Thr him
hlnrii ilnHii ihrmigii Ibe bbtb in tin
riMit ajal law he. it v tea promise t or
bs aaaafvaa4va
Ibi Hly ItNiitl I r earns.
l 10: "li llu bag lil"l f r I anion.
II., llu pn -nli nt'a home, in. its wsy
into ihr ball, frniii tin- area! side, and
brVba nut with tbe ace ling, itmlaa of
thr aatavaal aatbaat. Tba whole uudi-
thrr rissr til Ma latt, ami total until
it Kan aoaajaaabML
allrd atari
At aj w fstaatnana ladgt etaaaaBl at
bis wi'i li .11111, thru with three r:i(Mi of
tin gatcl. i-tillnl Hit' t' 1 ":'' mi tin
HKNATi'H MMWI
f,lsrtnam nt Chairman uf the lieuubtleaB
Couvsnlioa-)
fliMi. arMIe thr ImhmI aaberai ia thr
aaaUoaj with thr aatkaaal .mibcm,
Senator Ha ana iiclng aae nf ' rjrst
to Hae, end the cnllrv ntnlicn. ! fofflMr
hi s 1I1.' iaaaartan atoatoa nirria-rttt-ni
through thr building.
s Ihr anil em rinsed thr 1 lutirutmi
aajataaaai aba aavtateaj bwaaailoaj )
Aaabbaataoa RyM.
II" I 1 1 ... n I l..l
Thr dlailaaalabid aaaaatf vnirr ibe
BMfaV rniN of Ma high atatloa. fall-
lii' to hi- frrt. .mil n;'ii in funit
kataftaj Hn- bavay abata ami gaMaa
1 n-.i 1 iiilili'iiinti ni hi nflirr. Ilr
tn -ill lll'til thr atM-nlliingr hail ri.ru
iiiiii buatrad ilu ir baajda. atid thru Ma
atraajg, rtob ratiM raUad out a atayvi
liihii with n aantlaiaiil oi 1 hr aaay n
aamalfalHtf raatlag uimhi thr aartj
lii ir aaaaaaMad.
Thr lln' rl. argti..
Mirll Ihr nt til. nil' lipiirr of thr
nrihiii-ii.il!. at th-' Halab nf thr afayaTi
llirliiHari il iti thr tlitii 011 thr
iliir, 1I11 1 't n.-rniliirr MinK to lln
ai-alK. anil thr iav l frll 0 intikr ijuirt
tin tin- aaotfr praataaal ivork of thr
Colli 1 lllinll.
Qaalcaaaa I .Hipr. miirii iittrnthm !
lajlafMBja brtoaT iiiai'i.Tirniiy aaadttod
fmni Ihr roll rail fur national rnmniit
trrnirii. uoii ttuit anal aaaraaaad. .ia-
Utmn nlwi iininnl 11. arlrot lona, na-
nj? baaatofofa j.hi. 1 to aa.
Hum ImrMdMrnl II uti nn n.
'I hi rhwir thru I. ml thl- mnrtiilnirtit
to ihr aajiaa aflaiad bj Mr. Qaavj
thr aadraaabad bajabjaMi batoaa fba oajav
1 rut ion.
A thr i-hrrm ilirtl away at Ihr urn
tioti it iftmy'h iiiiiitr. Ihr nhori and
M) id fti'in. of the Prnruvliiniiian
rtae in thr aaVbfil ainlr. In thin
vrirr. Imn-li hiani nt thr plait- rui.
Mr. Qmj aaaaarax 'il ihr vMMrMral of
thr anamdaaanl iroioainp a rhaiifjr
In rabja I mil t?. rrfrrrlnir to n-pn -rntiition
in natiiinal ronvro1iiiiin. Thin
aaja 11 -rrplnl h thr otithrrn ihlr
(atr. a n roni rwion to llu 111. nml
tiny rotM- rti inii-or. rhrrrlmf wilillv lit
thi arltbdtawaJ of thr pmpimitiiin.
Un. fm Ihr Moat -aVn-rL.
Now Mr. lMtgr ailvnnrrd I" thr
pisiform, nnd a thrill wrnt llirmifrb
th nl attilirnrr nn hr iiinimiori-d:
"I'liilrr thr nihn, nominmionii for
thr . il of prraidrnt of Ihr I'nitrd
I laafi art nrm in ordrr.' Thrri- waa a
aaaMaartaf) houi. which lb rbalrnaaa
pnnrturiM with: "The mad nf Ala
brmii in ri 1 ijriiiiil '
A tall and iwarthjr Atabajalaa atood
on hi chair, anil hj pramiiisi ioent,
anxwi rrd:
"Alalatn-i vlrhlta to fthlo."
Till Ihr lenal for Ihr rrrorat
tion of Senator Korahrr. who to
innki thr f-cili unmlnatint; Mr. Mr
Klolry na thr rrpaWtrnn r-inilitlatr
for pii-.lilrnt. Thrn thr chT iwjrun
ami a wild arrtn- rnnirtl.
Cnko Sn.lMlr. Wi-KlnUf.
Amidrt a tuniul' of upplauor Senator
Fuiakar wrnt to ilf pl.it '"trn. and
whin qalrt waa rrstomi. brawn to
aprak, flrat tbankliur 'liiharea for
their KMJrtea.T la yh IdlnR 1 111 altrihot
loT that fart to the ovrrwh. Imina; pop
nl.irily of thr oandldatr. . Mr. For
akerr ea tinned, he waa rwntrdly i
tarraptetl Ml'.: ehrrra.
III. nnimiinreirkfiit that tin nnmilia
tlnn of MrKlniey waa erjunl to an flee
tlou In Nore-mbrr broiiirhl ntfrroua
cbem.
The Oatteer .l..ir.i .
The irallrry apaetatara joined in the
aathuaiaatin daairnat ration. ftrlrfly
Haaator rorabar adeerted to the rea
ord of ttu praaident In praca aad la
war aa on of tba aaoat remarkable ha
American history.
"la war and to paaoe," said ha, while
the deiagataa aad apactatun echoed
th refrain of the aantlment expreaaed.
"he baa been toaa aajtul to all axtra
ordlBarj restriraaaento. Ia ail Aar-
MHH
Baare lirilliuut than that writtea by tba
1 aMad Matoi with him aa ahtof
a t . ...... ! nt Hathawaaaaai
Tbf rrfrrrncr to 'In crriil Irmlrr of
thr nirty, the Rtteceaaea alrcadi
aubllllll by him .1 ni lln- t'tHvr re
ataailhlllUaa aow - lag i-arrinl for
ward by Mat, tin- applaaaa u frr
n tieal nml bjag ooatlaaed. Itut it ia
Baalaad for In- eaaaiag irntrnre, for
tin- tir-i liaaa aaaaib a lag William Mr
Kiulrv Uy namr. iih thi- nominee, to
1 In-trtl.i thr arrt-at awltltada. I'au-ili-innnnim
brokr loon-. I'nrinrr Irmp-
1. 1. of : Baled in-fore thin
ryatoaa af ! and BjaHfaaeat. Krery
one .IinhI and wanal ami yeltad, State
vtaaatorda wrrr wirmhnl from thrii
ptoaaa and Imrne aloft with iimtirrlla..
irrrat plumr- of red, white mid blue, a
aarfaal t mN-nttiou- Mi of color.
WII.MAM H ' K I S I . K Y
'n.l.llrtV'Uatly I . -1 t 1 1 1 (..r I '1 1 ,.. nt
Itririonailtntl'tM Lntilrtl trn HtMt-Wai
Tlir ilrnioii'-trati n ImM J"t
mtiiiiti . litiliiiitii Mlifd tin twA to
the ili(Hurtn. Hn. Mounl ( tiring up
t lit- nlff KlHiiiliirtl uimI It ;t(liiifr lln flfl
rpHlnm down lh iInIi.
TIm- iImhh' tlt'iii'iitatlnition RM fnl
hiil h ,1 iptmmI h,iiir il"
ifir nf ".lohii IlniwnV IUh,-' thr j,'itl-t-rl-
joinilki; 111 llir BtMnttl wlnlf til
1 1-1 :.'fi"tt il Ihr hin'Mii:
l un rxuillv l.fl'fii nunut. w ln-n
nnlrr Vkttn n -iiir il Mr. I.m1;' an
MMMMl !
"Thr Hull rriiiftiirii (tin. li Il
A ITtl ill lln innpir nf 11 liilllir hf'li 1 lit
limit il ml iiitn runt utatlfHM f 11 f ti itft
Inittti. All i w r' 1 itriH'tl lowartl
lIiMttri'lt . Ilr sti'iH-il mil in In ttu
Mi ami (iimi tii lln ptalfofftl, Intik'
in- initliri 111 tin rich! Of I He left,
nml linn Inrnin ami Mircyltljf Ihf
nra nf Mitiriff. rlnrriiitr humanity.
Ilirrr In a.H., bU fjii'r (.'nml urt.
Ht'linnl a MTlilr, Hi lllHitr lln in klinwl
i-flirinrht. no sjilnlai aM to tin I.umI-
Ha, Itut a htm rfvHflnx hi lur,
ilml awrattWl llM Kiili-lilriii n Ihr
tumult. At ImM hr rumrtl In- li.tml
nml Hi hi" ImhlinLr tin- dVHMMMlralticMI
cmitr to an 'nl.
"Ttalaf it..- -!"
Aft Ihr roM-runr HMd alMiul tut thr
nltfiiriii a man illi a iMitu n ihiulrd
I lit in-1 1 nun nt tlin 1 d m front of
him. Av Mr. Rmnh v. If . H hr fl
RKf'UBLICAN CONVENTIOK
aaaraiy : "1'ukr that awajr take tt
nwiiy." nnd n iirrpi -in.n.arma ruahril
thr man and bin ..pa rat us out of tin-
ajajt.
Thru 1.1 a. KihkcicII lieran hia
snrrh. aaaahlag iwondlnp thr nomi
nation nf William MrKinlry for prmi
drnt. Ilia -1 mi ni I - - n ib llirml in a
nnil. i.- 1 thiii deaotrd larrful almiy
of rach word. Ilin rfuiinntatiic atylr
kept thr iiiidiru a rnpMrt with htm.
for hr wnn gtrea the rloaaai attention
b thr rnnt Budlerre, In fact very
much more ultrntlim thnn had any
othrr .ieaker.
R.MI f I - l.l 1 . bila.
"Il wuh not a great war. It did nnt
have to be," hr Mid. M(M-akitif of thr
Naff with SMiin. nnil Ihea waited lor
thr ripple ol launhli i which follownl
thr ilrrlnration.
"Wr hutr dour mi nn-l that our np-
mnrnla uar il n nn .-. . for
iurniu un out." hr Miiit, ; nulmr unit
hhowinir Mi Irrth. nud hi. aiidirmr- rr
.Mindril with rhrrrs and Inuphtrr. Ilia
nllil. inn- In Ihr Irr trust rnllrd forth
Ihr hrariii'Ht npptua.r, with rrirn froen
thr na!;- iica of "lilt Ynt apuin" biii!
"Thafa rlfrhl, Tnl-Jy."
"I pity the drmorriitir orator in New
York wImi niriiliop. triinls." hr de
rl.iml, with npliftrd luimla,and the au
dience howled unit Inuphler and
ihook the Aonr ullh applii r
w i-1 an raiiiiaatM aa liaaa on.
"Thr inaurrrc1ii.il in the )'hillpp:tr
jfora nn because thr Inaurreetionary
alliea of the ThPiiu In thr islnnda of
I.uron," declnnil thr (foirrnor. "harr
Ifi.-en the tnaiirrection their monl if
not material aupport."
When he drelareit with brilliant em
phaaia that the auceeaa nf the rrpub
IIcbii party in November meant peace.
In the rhllippinra, hlle thr mice' of
the oppcaitlon meant n Baatoagattoa ol
thr atrugirlr, the drleratea and speeta
tora roar almoin na one man aad
chi-rred. After rrcoiintin thr ai-hieve-
mrnta of the l ulled IMatea in the far
off lalanda and prcaentinr la a sen
tence the claim of thin country upon
the arrthipalago. ov, ttooarri d
mandril, amid thunderoita applauae:
Tk. I.l.ni at the Waa.
"Ia America a weakling; that aba
ahould ahrink from the work of a
great world power. Tht Giant of the
Weal, like the aiadiater of old. loofca
into tba future with ho;, with as
peetaaey, which tba love of all iaatita
tloaa bare made dear to .. (Trrteen
datjt ayalaaae 1 ia taiiBnoa (to.
KiMipt-arlt ilrrlurril Ihr rrpuliliran par
H mul thr Anicriran rplr rhath ncnl
Ihr fttl urr nnrl thr) wtrr rnirr ftp? the
lahui litiil out for thnn uh if b I'ruvi-
Irncr.
IMMMPOT lriMtHjtrnll.M.
Thr rlnMiif, xvnnln "f ihr -finrrnnr
liroiif-ht iinoiha r ilr ni"til ration, unit
for a attlnitto il aatMMM that thr ron
VCntlM hoiiIiI i wlltl nml thru nml
thrrr MMM two noiniiiut ions in1r:ul of
on i.
An tin- ifinrrnor left thf pUlfnnn hr
Mfttl a tvulutuUoii to Ihr iimMiip
of th" I un t 'l m.ir
thronp., ami DM in artiviilHr townnl
thr railianl Imv of hi wlfr rfMMg
junt outnulr thr nrm of oXr-fatr.
. ..nn.r t I m . at. .'. . ..Mi
(raiiiall thr roiirrnl ion mrttr lit'A
to lltfl ami Ihr rlmirinnn 1 1 t-irffiiti" l
Srnai.ir I hurttton. of .rlrae.kii. for
Mmti'Ii. Krriiliililir Ho inHllililitilin of
tin- rr-.iiriil.
I hr urimtor'n drrp, orffiin-llkr Uuri
tonr rrrrlirr.! -! thnmh the kit rue
tnrr tin iar,il htiiiiihiillr in 0M
M iit..!' rornrn an thr Mraiiift of tin
liai.il Hr pirlumt thr prrnidrnl an u
yoldtrr un maiiv hard f" nht lirhU,
m lat nian in thr htilU of roiiiririvH,
ami lib prrnidrnl iHrrrinii thr dt linir
of a nation "Our prrmdrnt now, our
prrnidrnl to lr ajfTiln.
A HrrajM.t I.... 1 . 1 . 1 1 . i, 7
Srnntor I-hIi thru rrrtti-iiixril John
V. rrkri, of Knilnrkv. who uro- to
uImo -.riond thr nomination on In-half
of thr M)iith. Ilr naarrtrd that or
ronrnt.ion had rrr lMrn w iinuni
nioiiH for a man a wuh thin for Mr
Kinlrv. Nla atfltr had pi.m for thr
lirl linn- in mauv rars a rrpuiilican
majority for Win. MrKlnlrv in IthW.
mid It Mib galBfl atfly In thr rrpul.
I iran rolouin, hr hahl, and the I
dirtier rhrrrrd hill.
QgaMNMla Mm awawi
IHsri iMiiihiiL' ii mil for a voir, t hair-
man ItAajaMj irrocrn.d llawrg Kiujjht
ht-ad of tin I atifomia d rtrlion. Aa
hr apH'an-d ttfRM ' In plat form and
addi i-M'tl llu mtiiriition Ink HtmI rcn
Ii'imt, r 1 ataftng Ihri'iiifh thr pMaa
lioildiofr likr n IrtMNfaft t all, rauphl
thr futie of thr naafMSM and he
un rhriTrd utluiiiaHlicaII .
A arrnntl I fori Iti . Mtmtti.
' Yotr, POta niBaC from Ihr drlr-
;,i(r. n Mi Kniirtit roiii lnilrd. but Ihr
I'liatrniau Mlllnl thr outm and ' y
Mad tiov. Mount o Indiana, who In
iM-luilf of tin Him r stale M'nmtlrtl
thr nomination of Mi Kml-. It wan a
plowinf rukrittm to ihr -(atrsitmii
BaaMafff praaMwil tt araa appurrnt that
ihr ennvantlofl anas raMit fur driimt
11 nIi and a pjl un IpjOJ hum ijaj
MaftMajfh thi hail aa CNat, Mount hok
Thr 1 trn mi Mm mmn,
At I hr t iinr In-on 'if Inn, Mount
na 1 ch. t Minna 11 l.otir ihiiiouih - d
Ihttl lli rail of lair' would lr Iliad
and at IS 31 llu laafnn. M l.':Ml
.1 v .- t iMuplrlrd
Thr Ih1I rlrrki fiilrkly madr fin
-tV.il Miiiiurtiv and linti.v ' it la tht
rhittrinnii Mr I.ihIi- limk Mm pafwr,
.1: ti a1i nnring io ihr front 11 th
HALL AT PHILADELPHIA.
Tkr Valr 1 nanlmnaa.
"Thr total vote raat ia ggg, VV'm.
MeKinley ha. rc.M-itrd 1)30 roll i. It ia
a aanniiuoua vol nnd thr rhairtiiun
li i Ian-- thill William MrKinlry i umr
ninrr fnr Ihr prraklenry fur the
term beginning Man h 4, ItMII.
Now araln aimlenonium broke
looar in one .welling churn- of en-Ihu-icrm
for the rw randidnlr. I'p
went thr 1 1! ii in. . mid atnndnrd.. t'p
kIihhI the ri.i nndirnrr. men and
until- a,iaaagtlag Ihrir ahouta anil their
frailtkl ilenmn.lratlon.
Thr baani played "Kallv Knttnil the
1'bi);." aad thr Hamilton club of ObJ.
engn m-inhed down the tii.le, prr
eedad by Haa bn ' . aaal followeil by
reiin.ylvnula.
Ware IBork la tie.
Mr. la alar warned thr unlay and
demon! i nl be thronea thnl thrrr waa
r t ill tilnl liu-iius- to Iw dimr, unit
iinnoiiuied that thr call nf atatra
would pria-ird fur nnuiinationa for the
ii-i-prrHidi-nr .
Aa tin nnmr of Mabamn waa ralliil
on the mil nf atarefl fur uiiinini.tlnn of
eiitididntm fnr viee-pt --nb nt. the an
nuitncemeut n. in nb- b,i thi chnir
man of thr deltiewttaa Hint Alnbama
nculd yield tn Iowa to aaaaaaj a ran
rtldl.tr. Bwwi'H'i amr I'ee.eBted.
t ot. bate ToaaaL of lowa, trok the
pli.ifi-rui, and in on rtoqaent iped'h
withdrew Hie nxntr of Iowa's latendrd
i am jilatc, .touathan I'. Dolllter, and
(invented that if Theralorr ltooacvclt.
of New York.
CM. Yming waa in Cttba at the ;lmc
li.Mcvrlt led bat irallant Hough ltidcn
up Kan Juan hill, and hia reference to
the (rorernor'a campaign waa eloquent
and touching.
The drinonatratioti which followed
the cnnoitnrcinent by To!. Younj; of
flrw. Wra-ia-vrlt aa the randidate of Ihr
young men of the country, who rfrr
wiited Ihelr ite.irea ami ambttlnna, nnd
embodied their putriotlain am! Am ri
ca: a.m. waa net necond to that ac
w riled the prraiilent'a mow.
4 Beraad Krftui npr,
"lappa wt lteieW5aat!sr!tkle
gafra In tnmultiioua rhn ra, and aa
thry railed the well known face and
flgnrr of the Mew Y'ork aenttor
cnarrged from hia delegation, Oaw.
Knuaevelt bimaeU taking hire by tba
arm aad urging hi m forward to the
platform The benign fare of tba poat
prundlal orator barked down on the
people and then hia rotieteal voter be
gas a aragrlaraat sad laafVaBaytu
tribute In the hrm of I Or hour, na
W'fl'i la good hiimur na well aa gniaj
voice, and hi- touch of jorolty in men-
tiiiing 'Teddy and thr "grt thrrr
rpialilirn of Young Amrriin. braught
out a ftrnrm of mingled laughter and
appluuir Ilr pirlitretl "Teddy" aa
il.. . lnlil of Fifth airnur. thr rultiirrd
pgalurt at llarianl. thr cnnlaiy of thr
plain., the ettobatag toaaa in marahal-
ing the Ameru-an ahipa to ovrrwhrlin
the hpaniards. ihr imprtnnua leadet at
Suntiagu Bad San Juan and the idol
ized governor of the Kmpirr alalr. He
plctuml. bai, the ' I hide" becoming a
cowboy." tin "cowboy becoming a
.olilier. the .okiier Iwcomlng a hem
and the In rn. hiadr in hand, in the
preaa of laitile ahouliug:
"tilte Vm hell. )oye.'
when lirprw aoiight to i loae Ihrre
i n demand, to "Oa on," nwl jieldiug
to the clamor hr prK-eeieii, dealing
with thr glurir. of Ihr party.
Ma.ai.ea-a.rtta' lnd.r.rn-.t.
Mr. Mnrtny, of MaaaarhuaettM, aald:
"Maaaarhtiaett- ciiinniinslont. me
thnnigh her delrgntion to a-uk to
you. Wr who ennir from thr uld Hay
atalr knuw anil Inve and appreciate the
govrrnor nf Nrw Ynrk (applauae). Ha
haa nianv timr- la-en weh-omed vet th
in uur lainlrra. and we have fnr him
that high appreciation which Maaaa
akaattai' at lajaaal aataajn ha. for the
rough-gniut,', lighting rrpublb-un.
Il In la.) Hi- ii-lil to him a full inraa
nn uf ilriiituin. iiu-urpn-seil by that
uf Bay at In r ilrlrgation upon thr floor
of tin- ronvrntioti. Hia life to u. i an
i iiil-islunrnt of thoac rllaliliea which
iipp-al rierywhrrr to Amrriean man
bood and which are a auflleirnt guar
anty of the kind of public arriiee that
In uill n-udrr in thia nrw ami high
bo tttoa ol n ssni;iiility to the Amer
iian M-ople."
Ilia closii iHTln). declariug that
Kuusevclt's choice would lie un mi
nimis, inuchrd off u whirl of r He
incut.
MajOoaevrlt, I'rddy "Hoo.rirlt,"
enme from all ipmnna of thr ha!!. The
Km rriior -nt unmoverl, fmining him-
-. ir aeaperateir, and .baking hi. hrad
ncgutiii'lv ill tlir call, for hi. appear
anrr.
The kaaaatbtai nmbener ralie for a
vote, it aaaaartag that than ouid be
tin otlirr candidntra.
lalllnu Ike li.-ii
It OHik sotnr tniniilcs in n-stnn- nr
oer, rhninnan I !,-. . - rnu.ly
lajtt Biding lit. desk mul up. aling lo tba
;.--emlilllge.
Jaat na Ahibnmn .va. caliis-l, the
lust ilale nn the ndl cull. rx-Srnator
Quae .liirted nut of the hull, nnd there
wa- a distitrlariic" of ehri ra. 1'urtial
Btck r wjiii rraton-d. and thr rull call
araaerttod. taeb d Irgntion aa called
OOV THKtllKvltK MfaiBBVKI.T
I'nanlmnualr Nomlntrd for Vlra-Pi-riil-drnt
uf the t'nltrd 8tali
ia tin;: Ihrir intra fcr Ilonarvrlt
unanimotialy.
During Ihr roll rail drlrgetcB and
Baeatatofa raabntag that the ronvm-
llon'a m t ii ' would be unnnlmmia,
chatterl i . 1 1 laughed, until the rr.tilt
of Ihr nni.c waa like thr lent of a aul
Irn ii a on n na k eiajat.
At thr aaanteaaaa of the call, rhair-
man lalge iinnnunced that (iov.
Ibaiarvrlt hud re-'eivn! 1i"i votea, one
delegate it- thr convenlinii not voting.
Thia drlrralr wua (iov. I;. . -.en-It him
rrlt, who refrained from voting with
thr New York drlegatiun.
t'hulriiiiin liodr. nnmnineement
that (iov. !;.-. .- h hud atat nnrainai
ed fur vice pn-nlcnt evoked a burnt
of applauae that fuirly ahook Ihr great
Mi 1 1 gtrdbat building to ita founda
tion. Qaar Uiawrielt.now thr randidatr for
vlrr prrwldenf, wja aiirroiinded by del
rputra ahowi ring mngratulutrrua upon
him.
NuliD. a i nma
(In mollon nf Col. Hick. Hrnator
Lodge. wa. plaerd at the hrad of hr
riiinmltlec to notify I tie president of
hia nomination, and Senator Wnlrott
ni thr hrad of the committee to notify
the vlcr prealdentlal mttninee. Ilrw
lutkvaa nf thiiuka to Mr. Lodge nnd ;o
Mr. VVnlcult for Ihelr able aeTvlcca as
pn-.ioing nlbcera weiv uiinnimouily
i ilnpted.
I In. la k Heaulatlaaa.
A resolution by (len. Hmsvrnor we
ngreed to for on nfllrial print of thn
conventiiMi proceedinmi, and a reprint
of the pnaenling. of four yriira ago.
Anothrr n-aobnion rinpowcrcd thr na
tiunnl enmmittre to fill inrnnclea na
the cummlttee.
A rraolulion of Ihanka to Mayor Aab
I tinge of Philadelphia for the honpl
Matt) of the city, ami to nil oftVUIa o
tbc (onientlona waa bIm- adopted.
Thia cloned the work, and at llM, oo
nartinn of Mr. Payne, of Nrw York.
Ihr iiiiabHaaB national conicntlon of
1100 udjoumnl aim: dir.
HttHll Hr-Kl.KtTKU.
Baemr Ma nun He-Mterted -h.lrma.ai
I the aatlwnal Caraailttsa.
rhllndrlphlB. June !! The nailrmal
committee met in thr rooms hark oi
thr ron veil I Ion hall. Immediately after
Hie adjournment of the coioenllon.
Aa aeon aa the committee was aaaa'tav
bleu, Srm.toi Hanna waa oi,,inatd
nnd re-elected chairman for the next
four years. In m-rrpting 'lie nomina
tion, he made a very ahnit upeeeh, la
which he thanked the okl members of
thr committee for the way in which
they had stood try him in the eaiapabga
of irtas. ami aaki. in accepting the po
aitioa for another four years,
and especially for the coming
campaign, he did ao with that
(Uatinrt umlerrtaudlng that every
Mini of thr national committee
would stand by bint and nrjrk tawajty
for the saeerea of tbf ticket which bad
aJOtsa-aBtaaL
li freedom mm hav
mnrlal day.
By all bar cklktrea
bleat
from Maine's reaae.
I.. ..-llanij. tat
away
To the prshiss at
the wrai.
Where'er our starry
bannrr Itles
i-i baaatr totd nn fatd.
Is told ti tenth thr ssure sBles
Thr tals thai ne'er grows old
Thr sksrtaaa Sard, nt la-xlngioo
anil ha thalr luster sktae.
An4 tasa. Both rrnwn the .ward sad sub
That (ought it Brandy wine.
Fnm. loved sad haunted Valley Korea
Trn. hsmlsBl romes.
And ir. the trim and ley gores
la hi aid tar souad of drums
Again ihr Conllaenlals assrch
Adowr Ihr wooded l-i.
And there beneath the etarlkyht areh
flute Mart.ai and hi. asae:
Thr bellman old, expectant stands.
A Tees'" lo his kins
The hell rope In Bis eager hands.
Ha wait, (ire pa red to ring
Ays. bach from years ferever goee
These SSSBBBJ snd sounds still ronve.
And trr.ilnm'. fair. Immortal dawn
Is wniitrd lo the drum.
The hern . hi. I iln Wsahlngtan
Hv tumor guardro sleep"
v here .mithward far toward srsi of sua
Thr lirosd I'otomar aweene
Ring' .vary hell Ikrnughmit lbs land.
LM luy ii hearts bsgey;
Irenritlh unr flax wr prnudlv stand.
For thi. Is Freerlom's day;
Ust ant hrm. rise from coast to coast
Ami -1 Ik. u rr the aaa;
lie tht - uur nation's proudest boast :
"Uur land', forever free."
-T. C. H.rbaiuih. la Ohk. Farmer.
MjSSABMl
Woutmia;
5
roiiRTUp?
IliHTMIMi dipped
his noae deep in
the elear water.
He rlo.rd hia ryes
low ly with a sat
isfied expression
onhis equine coun
tenaiicr. then ele
vated hi. drippiug
llnrlr am! cast s I'omprehi n.itr glance
at thr tree top.. Mis. Abigail wailed
resignedly.
fail Blall there wb. ample time
and it was a pleasant spol in whlrh to
linger. Before, the roailfuund out be
Ian li Mlrtr flrlds palpitating in the
noonday hral. bill here the .hadow.
dapplri! Hir nhile horse', back and
checkrnd the daat with leafy ahape..
the wnler trickled musically dowB
from the hillside inlo the aim)
1hr woman drew a long, satsaaee;
breath. Inhaling the wild grape bloom,
ami her fair softened with a happy
m imiry . "1 ad wa. mortal fond'of the
.tnell of the grape." .he .aid. aloud. "I
wonder If Tad's little girl will Ire like
him."
Hhe drew a letter from hrr pocket,
spreading il with mmr dlfheulty n hrr
lap. Il was two months sinrr thia lat
ter had fallen likr a baasb Into her quiet
life. Hlnee Tad's death in London five
Vara ago she had fell thai further
change eould not affret ber. This last
1 .-inmunlealinn via. a brief statement
arrlttat by an Kngliah lawjer, of the
b ath of her nrphrw'x wife; but wuat
rubbed ber of strength and aet her
pulse tn bounding wiklly was thr re
qatet thai hr prepare to receive the
little girl lain her home, aa !hc mother
had lieen an orphan without aear kin,
r. hilr on the father's side she stood the
cln.est to Tad's child. A slip of paprr
turioaeil brought her Thaddeus' last
message, dated long ago:
"If my Bttle Primrose should ever aisnd
In need of friend., will you lake her Into
uur heart, aunib- where you have ever
krpt-Tad."
This was why ahe was driving down
tn Stockton on Ihia warm June noon,
fnr. obedient tn her direction, the child
had started in thr charge of acquaint
ances of Mi.. Abigail's own. who were
returning aftrr a wlntrr on thr con
tinent. Thr train was dnr In an hour.
Lightning tiirnrd his hrad inquiring
It With a sigh Miss Abigail flopped
the relax and drovr mil into the noon-
tint heat.
The station master lounged oat to
help her tie her steed " 'Xpertln the
little gal. be ye, Abby 7" be aaked. with
lhe freedom of long act,-jalntanee.
She iioddnl. Hrr hand, were clasped
tightly upon her reticule when 'he
train rolled in. but her face was calm
A gentleman stepper off, then turned
to lift down a child. Serine her hr har
ried his charge along the platform.
"I'm relieved lo find you here, Miss
Harding." hr en id. as hr raised hia hat.
"for I mual go oa at oner. Here Is lhe
baggage check. Oood by. little oae."
Tba child held ont her band gravely
(ioml by,"sbe said, and ber eyes looked
wistfully aftei him aa hr sprang upon
the moving train.
Miss Abigail was distinctly disap
polntrd. Hhr had felt surr of seeing n
little gypsy with dark skin andrurllng
brown hair likr Tad's. Inatrad. here
waa a quaint object in sage green with
pale, demure fare and a floes of yellow
hair tinder the white sailor Just then
Primrose looked up with a shy .mile
and li. Abigail's heart softened, for
here wre Tad's brown eyes, with Tad's
own look, while Tad's dimple dented
Ihr small rhln.
"Mnrr'n one trunk?" she aaked in
hrr driest tones, and Primrose, who
had been ready to kiss this aunt
whom her dear mother had loid her
ahe must lovr, felt repulsed.
That night, when the milk a
at rained and the chickens housed,
Mlaa Abigail slipped out upon the
south porch. It gave her a secret
sense of elation when she came upon
Primrose pcrrher; on the upper atep.
watching thr rising moon. Primrose's
heart nrbed for a mothering. And the
Sew Kngland woman, schooled to re
pression, wan ashamed of tbr strong
drairr which urged her to lake the
tires! child on ber knee snd cues th
am ilr back Into her brown ryes.
"Been to school. 1 a'poer," afar aM
with an effort at sociability. How did
oae talk to a little gMT
"So, ma'am " Primrose poitsdy
twist ed arovKd to tar ber.
'Umr-iosje goe.daeaa! A girl af yatr
age:
A A
i
Prlmnisr flushed with rmbarraaa
Baent. "I wasn't strong " ahe aald.
apologetically . "ao mnmma taught tor
at home I ran read prett.t wrll and
I can rrcitr some poetry."
"PoetM '
1'rimroae looked dmiblftilly at thl.
aew relative She frit that ahe was
not making a favnrablr report "I
ean apeak a little Frrtirh." she con.
H uued. "and I bare got a. far a. frar
Hons," in desperate ha.tr, for Miss
Abigail s sniff waa rxprrise.
"What can you do?" Ibe curl voice
aaue from the shadow of the viuea.
"Dn?" I'rimruae locked her amall
flngrr. nervously together "Why. I
don't do miirh hut play. Oh, I can
dance." and .ha brightcBed. Til
show yma.'
Mlaa Abigail (rasped in amaxrment
But Primrose had aprung out tisiu
the graaa now flooded with iniain
Hgh! Poising heraelf lightly ahe
rum me n ceil a soft humming, then
threw up one round arm and la-gnn.
Mlaa Aldgail did not know how heavy
the little feel felt or hoe. thickly the
tear, rniwdrd Isehlnd Ihr long lashes,
aa Prirnmae tried In dance Into her
aunt's good graeen.
"Very prelij," was her comment, at
length, qualified with - "children
didn't dance in my da). It's time you
were in bed."
In the east chamber, with Ita
ehinl curtain, and dragon pnier.
that had rejoiced thr heart of smull
Thaddeu. when he il.iteil thr fnrm,
hia lit thr daughtrr slept If thr door
creaked la the dead nf night and
aorarlaalv liptoeil in In .ee If the chilli
Nil coirrcd, only the ntigri. knrli.
1'rimnwe dreamed that her niothrr
kiaaeil her.
Thenceforth liegan strnnge exHri
encrs for Prltnruar. Tbr tanglr r.f
bright hair wa ronflnrd in two tight
pigtail. Mis. Abigail, taking fright
from her own growing Mtti.fartion
in "goldilocks," frit that thus .hr
nipird vanit) In thr bud. for the
.ami- reason, combined with neolnr.s.
the dainty fnieks were roverrd with
long-slrevrd. high-urikrd rlu rk
aprons which lrlmroar's IsralHv lm
ing soul abhorred
Hhe had 1---1 at thr farm nearly a
month when one morning ai brenk-
faat Mis. Abigail BaM aliruptlt:
"I s'ase you think vim wan
rrarkrrs to-morrnvi V
'I rarkersV" Primro.r'. rr. grew
large with wonder
"Firecracker., uf course Don't
look so wild."
'I don't know what they arc
Primrose tried tn mttUj her objec
tionable exin'saion.
WITH Ilf iT IIAnTt; MIIK
"Land' Why. yon know what duy
It laT"
"Yra'm, Kritlay."
"Ikin'l you know alsiut thr Knurlh?
Sa kea alive! Your father used In tear
up the whole farm that dat Nor wby
we celebrate?"
Primrose ventured a weak --"Nobody
told me."
Mum Mdgall strralr to the small
rorarr ahrlf snd took down 11 ding)
rotered uilumr ' It's tinir you knrw
some history," she said, -nut I can'l
atop to tell you now. At kraal you
ran read the 'Declaration ' Take It
out under the big walnut. Xerer
mind litem' thr dishr. this lime."
And Prlmror-, struggling over tin
king words, wished she was nt her
wonted tasks.
"Oola' to celebrate, llrit IsherT'
called a roguish voire from Ihr galr.
and Sam Socket! hung oter the pick
eta.
Prlmroae ahook her brad. "I don'l
know ." shr anawrrrd "How dors onr
celebrate?"
"Lata of noise. Ik-gin early, keep It
up all day. Craekera 1 ....,. 1 ... ..
rockets (when there's any money
left). H-e-fU-x-s.hnng!" with a clash
of the gate and a warwhoop to rera
forrr hia description.
Primrose Jumped and ham grin tied
wlrkedly. "Mil and i ll la- ruuml to
morrow to show yon how." ami hie
pr. Miliar had a sinister round in Prim
rose's ear-v
After dinner. Miaa Abigail disap
peared In net- Isnlroom. opening from
the kitchen "Come In here. I've
something to show you," she called,
after some time.
Prlmroae found her seated on the
floor before an open bureau drawer,
her lap full of llltk- rears. "You wrrr
asking me about yoor pa's relatives,"
ahe aald, amiably, motioning Primmer
to draw up a rhslr. "I've got s little
more tintr'n usual an I might aa well
show yon their airfares.
"This is your pa's mother a ihr age
nt la, Twist It round till yon aaa
see. Those okl daguerreotypes are
queer about that. Susanna Martin
waa eon side red a good look In' women.
I nit you'd hardly guess it from that.
Thia la l!ncle KWneaet Harding -MethexHst
minister over at Knox's
Comers; aad thia is: Soph main Hard,
log, who married a Mason."
Outer enough Prlmroae found then,
but she listened politely to the fata
ilj bistort, breaking Into little peals
of laughter over the old-fashioned
Ahuntt looked gt bar u
pielousl.i uer bar glaaaee. "What
please you aoT" aba aaked. stiffly.
"Such funny names," Primrose aald.
deprrcatingly.
"Kunn.i ' What do you call your
own? What under the canopy made
your ma call you by such a ellly
namcT'
"I was born on Primrose day." the
offeiidrr urged. "That's why thry
eallnl me lrimroae."
"Nrirr hranl of anybmly callrd
Fouiih nf July or Christinaa! There
wrrr lot. nf (rood family mimes to
rhoosr from." In her heart she
sighed hreanse Tad had not remem
bered one then frowned at her weah-r-rw-i
"Abigail 1. n homely name." she
though! aloud.
"1 like II 'canse It's ysare." Prim
rose aald. timidly, stroking a fold of
lhe other's calico dreaa.
"I was telling von about Klnalhan."
Miss Abigail broke in; but she hail
bran' thr child and felt her caress
"I'here," she sa d as she snapped
the lu.t caae together, "I don't s'poar
M ii'll rrmrmier half I've told yoti,
hut I care morr for these pin urea
than for anything Pre got. for It's
al! thai'. Irfl nf my folks. Sow I've
got aomrlhlng that'll please you
more."
l'rnJfJ"ing n ,-. ' ar.i box from
under the lied, she illaclimc'1 a doll'a
set of BIMtol dishes, and. with lhe
sight of her childhood treasures, a
in n laab came In her face "The)
were mint ulirn I waa a little girl."
she said, quid It "You can play with
them tomorrow.'
Primrose's farr sltotir. but she waa
dumb thr fnior was ao uiirxprctrd.
Instead. .1.- impulsltely kissed Miss
Abigail's arm.
"I mii.l get supper, now," aald Mlaa
Abignil. but in Ihr kitchen shr laid
hrr hand tenderly on the .hi! and
stepad aoftly that she might hear
thr clink of the di-bea ss Prlmrnsr
put thrn. can-fully noa.t against thr
morrow .
At midnight Ihr Sackrtt boys began
their celrbrat ing. but Primmer slrpt
iiitdisturlH-il At brmkfaat there was
a lull, mi when Mi.s bigail derlareil
ahe musl drill In Stockton Primrose
was untroubled Her aunt did not
leal an en.) f ile Surketts BBJBJ mis
ehirtuu. aalgbbuCS on such a kv and
hud titre.idi shown tt dispoa Hi. n to
tensr Ihr liltlr stranger Low-ver.
hrr rrrand was urgent and surrl.i
Jake, her right huiul man was pro
tection BBBtBMjBs
She .lulled aa shr to.ik-ii lavrk at
Primrose. 011 the porch. dnting (Mirty
witli hrr dolls and thr tn-aanrrd
- ilt.i - t:i Ftlll TUB "F A M II. V "
diahes. She rouhl ultmait hatr pin .nl
herself. ( Iici king her vsgrant
thoughts with n feeling of shame, shr
urged Lightning still faster with a
daring flick nf the whip. Shr must
la- back la-lure main.
"lli. here! Want lo see a cracker?"
I rimro-r juniied, for Sam stood close
lichinrt hrr.
"Pooh! Iton'l piny dolls to-day
Srr here."
Primrose smiled and tried not to
how that she wanted him to y -holm
He held 11 little led roll with
a string sllschiil Was III!, a crack
rr? Ham awjftly lighted a mutrh
when aftrr ail ominous -.put tel. thr
dreadful Ihlng bin si with a bang
Primmer bit her tongue hard to
crowd luck a cry.
Sam saw miaaiticf nbrad nhru. am)
eaniy, be saw Jake striding through
lhe garden, nml judged It wiae to gi
homi-- for a season.
The south airch grrw warm, so
Primrose gathered up urr treasure.
nnd carried them into Mis. Abigail's
Penan, IrVhea Iwo nnnghty bo. crept
esuutiual) round the houae, an hour
later, there was no amull figure on
Ihr slriw. Thr looked at rarh othrr
with diaapHiintcil eyra, when s soft
singing from lhe north room betrayed
their victim. In a twinkling they dls
npla-ari'd round the corner.
Suddenly thr hush waa broken by a
hnndi explosion. To Primrose's hor
rlflrtl enrs. lhe dlalmllcal turmoil
acetun! to hare ao end. Cowering
close to Ihr had ahe burlril her head
in Ihr clothes. What would
next ?
Nothing came. Thr familiar sounds
were taken up again Hhe could bear
Jake mowing In the lower meadow.
tins I toes wrangled outside lhe win
dow. Hhe htiricd her head and waited
and. so waiting, feli aaleep.
The kiirhrn clock striking II woke
her. For a moment ahe was con 'used,
then something unusual aroused her.
I There was an acrid odor In the air,
j her eyeballs staag, tbe room looked
hasy. vt nt . u waa amoae:
,A ahe started tip, every sense afcrt
she heard sa oantnoca crackling. Oat
through I he kitchen and round the cor
ncr of lh hoaae shr flew. Pushing
through a tangle of lilac hushes she
reached the place of the explosion. How
il happeEed nobody could ever expiate
Perhaps a smoldering cracker alone
was responsible, bat creeping flame
veer aew catling along tbr edges of
the clap ho row and eatlag through to
Mim Abkfl! a chamber.
1'rimroax traee sad, raa wildJtr to
the barnyard, whence h could see the
Inwer meadow. "Jake." she screamed.
Tbe mowing machine paused and (he
man looked up. "Fire! Fire!" she
danced up and down, waving her arm
frantically thrn, feeling that shr must
do snntei hln-r more, ran in the well.
Hut. lug a she might, her small arms
could nm stir lhe windlass.
A sudden thought stopped her. .Visa
Abigail's tressures were ia danger!
Wreaths of smoke wrre coming
through the kitcbefc door. Fnr a min
ute she hesitsled, then, drawing a
long brrslb. dsrfed across thr kilcbea
Bnd Intn lb bedroom.
line of flame was blinking b
nrx'.h thr wlnderw- -she must he quirk.
The heatt mahogany drawer stuck,
then tielded. With hoi haste she
groped for tbe "family," bundling
them In her skirt. Coughing and half
blind ahe felt ber way to the lied,
swirping the beloved dishes snd bee
desr dolls on top of ber burden.
bomeihlng dnahed inlo the yard.
Thai something wa. the astonished
l.ighlning. urged lit sn energetic whip.
W hile and wild-eyed. Miss Abigail pre
elpllaled hrrarlf from Ihr wagon
"Jake," she screamed, a thr c:sk
ran axl with dripping buckets,
"whrrr's Primrose?"
"Itle.i if I know." he gasped. "I'll
hsvr thi. out In s Jiffy
"Auntie, I've got 'em!" piped a
shrill voice from the kllrhrn door, snd
Primrose, with something bundled la
her gingham apron, ran roughing,
laughing and rr) ing tn mrrl hrr. drop
ping "family" dolls and ril'hrs al hrr
feel.
liul slrangely enough. Mb. Abigail
tramprd on Ibe pirttirrs as shr arixrd
Primro.r tn hrr arm., "lib, mt little
one: Mt dear!" was all shr could .ay
sx shr held hrr .-lose.
Prlmroe ventured! lo stroke her wet
cheek: "I 'mrinbered you said yoa
rarrd more for ihr pieturr. than for
ant thing." shr whispered.
"lint I rare for onr thing morr." and
Miss Abigail kissrd thr surprisrd fai r.
"An' there warn't s mite of danger. "
Jkr drrlareri sflerwsrd. "Miss Abby
rsn'l see enough of lhal child. It
must hrv been workin' in her all
a!-mg." Marion Itirkinson. in Farm
and llnmr
A MEMORABLE DAY.
slanlaa of Ihr llerlarallaa af lade.
peaateeaea Jai i. itt iiw
Ihr .rws Waa AaaoaareS
Jul) t. 177fi. Ihr Ih-H rang In Inde
k imIi-iici hall in Philadrlphia. Tn t be
itnittitiated it (tcaled its sonorous not ru
for some unknown pur(Misr. To those
who, brrsthlrss. wrrr waiting for lhe
sound, it told lhe news lha! liberty had
-hakrti off her .hncklrs in the new
world, thai .he had lakeii hrr rightful
place, and that hereafter ihr srople
would a. know lerkge Ihr iuwrr nf no
rnlrr rxrrpi stir ii a. might be chosen
to thcmselve.. It was a rurlous scene,
ssts the llrlroit Free Press, in that
slant aaa artraher Iras ike last plane
In (be ooloub. where one wouhl kate
.US (a r test a spark would lie given beth
llghl freedoms torch Ihronghoti
the western hemisphere
(tn that dav. ever nu-mnrsblr in
Amrrlcsn Is. thr IkeUirntion of
Indrperdrnrr was adoiled by the
unanimous tote of thr l.lrnlonlee.
Thr enthusiasm of thr palrlois at
iralltlg the Inlelllgencr was unhound
d. While congress had hern disrusa-
ing thr subject, rrowrta assrinldrd onl-
lr Ihr hsll snd In Ihr slrrrls. sua-
ninsli swslling thr rrsult. W h 1. It
hi- unnnutirnl a! noon Ihr alotr house
bjtH. on which was inscribed "Proclaim
llhrrti Ihrougnui all Ihr land unto all
Ihr inhabitants thereof." clanged deep
and mrlodinu.lt aad thr throng gave
rnt to long and loud shouts oirxulta-
Hon.
thr old hell ringer had breti at hia
pot slneeearlt morning Hr had placed
his bBt below to snnuunre when lbs
declsrstlon ws. arinptrd, so that not
sn instant might be tost in transfer
ring thr glad lutings bp mrans of lha
hell to lhe waiting ntuititurir. As tba
wrralsumr hours pastrdi and no sign
amr lo him the aged bell ringer finally
exclaimed ; "They will nrtrr do Iti
Thry will nrvrr do It!" Just then he
heanl his hoy rlapplng hix hands and
vorifrraling at thr lop nf hisjuvenlla
lung- "King! Iling!" Thr old hand
WB.trd lhe sonorous bell with deliri
ous vigor. Its reterheration was
rchoed by every steeple In the city.
That was a gala day in Philadelphia,
what w'.th rejoicing and bonfires and
illumination. The cannon boomrtt
spd messenifers rode away hotly In all
quarter, to announce thr news. Wash
ington then was In New York with thr
army. By his orders It waa read to
the soldiers, who acclaimed It enthus
lastirally. The townsfolk on that
night tore lhe Maine of (leorge III.
from ita pedestal in How ling (ireen and
It wb melted into . bullets for
the patriotic troop.
wm oa Ttta: rot rim.
Utile boy aaht be ws hound to have
fua
At the expense of th old Thomas est;
Ttu the PWurth af July whan ha fall
at Ibe feneo.
Aaal ahm't tus where be waa at.
ere oeath.
Mrs. Cobalgger-Tm afraid some
thing haa happeaed Freddie. 1 haven't
era anything of him since morning.
Cnbwlgger -Nonsense! He' only
having a gxted time with hie fire
crackers. Mr. Cobwigger-So, be Isn't. 1
would net let him hare such things.
1 bought him aae of those harmless toy
alstoi.
Cobwiggcr - Hub, woman, and get
anr my hat. I gaea aa' down at the)
bwtatt gae-Ji, r. Wertd,
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