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McKinleyites Hold a Mysteri ous Conference. Proceeding* Neeret—Nil v* r He.» b llcann Will Control tlie Convention, and the Hehiid -y Fac tion will Hold n Îllpetliiîï of Their It.-mil nr Boise, Ida., July *0. — A significant gathering of McKinley republicans be gan here today. Senator Shoup came in from Salmon, accompanied by his brother, James M. Shoup. Walter lfoge came up from Bear Lake, aid It II Davis, Ralph Cowden, J T. Morrison and A. B. Moss from Canyon. W. B. Heyburn is announced to arrive torn or lectin g is being held. Tonight a row. but the proceedings are tor Shoup states he thinks there wiil he a straight McKinley ticket for ; täte officers. This will Set ia state tickets, republicai vention called for August 2f»îh. That convention will nominate a ticket, ac cording to the present understanding *f the plans of the leaders of that side. Senator Shoup States that he will not have a formal announcnient to make public for some days. It is understood that the entire matter is to he gi at conference to he held, and that a programme will be agreed upon and nut before the public in the form of a state ment. Governor McConnell and a local leaders attended tonight's meet ing. Committees were appointed and an address wiT probably be issued Wednesday evening. Mr. Cowden, who was one of Shoup's supporters in the last legislature, was invited to come here. It was found, however, he intends to vote for Brvan, And he was left out of the conference. It seems vill control the stale ■rtain 'ha* si 1 ver 1 um b»? r of War In rhlnntowi«. San Francisco, July 21 .—Chinatown is in a fever of excitement, been declared among the factions of the irder of Lee Ti yesterday is only rn incident in - ft feud which is not -xpected to end un til more blood is shed. A price has been placed upon 'he heads of two of the most influential merchants in the district. Their entire familie s have been placed under a ban and the hatchet promised heavy rewarda to accomplish their terrible work. The Chinese consul has seen fit to es pouse the cause of one of the factions. The members of the Kung Chow as\lum and of the Chinese Merchants' e have taken antagonistic position quarrel. The Chinese police have nounced their intention to allow fighting factions to settle their affairs without interference and a feeling of al most unparalleled dread quarter. Men much m than Lee Ti War has See Yup company and the men change s in the an the pervades the * prominent ill he dead, i* is b«*Heved before the fight Is over. The trouble hi hen brewing for ten days, although the si is of e of the affair luch longer stamlii •i.sii ig, a ig, as a *d that matter of fact, In the deadly hat exists between the See Yup company and the Sam Y up organizations, each in its panv. These two sphere powerful and wealthy, have bee for a long time. rceeded in absor local Chinese trad»: of company Reports were lated that the latte The See Yup c< pan y hing much of the he Sai widely clrcu ipan v was cheat Y 1 I 1 r c. ing its patrons Denials counted for nothing and the S** e Yup- gained the Sam Yups had enjoyed. The Si vhat Yups dete lined 1 pon rt vill buy assassins j| venge, and monev Chinatown. Li taken, hut the vei trade of the See Yups thrive. Another scheme was hatched by the Sam Yups. destroy the Se- Yups, if breeding dissensi by paying sonn traitors. The p resulted in •d t They detei lined to »ssible, by uis am« ig them of the leaders n «1 h. •gress of that plan has murder and th eats of iv more. XV j I« .loint I»:,*«» Denver, Colo., J Hartman of Mont • r >f ar ranging a series of joint discussions ni the silver Brvan and Willia iienrv M. Teller m William J. M, Kin lev. Senator d Senator |„} Shir man, and Speaker 'Tho Congressman Charle- A To "s B R«-* • I and e. Hart man has gone east to sen Mr. Br Chair ui an an «an Jones, and should they m. dorse his idea, formal challenges will be issued to McKinley, Sherman ai ii Reed. No Net I lei •ill Frnlini*-. Cleveland, ()., Juh 2 it was probable that ihe long -trike if mill men einplo ing and Convex int» le? tom at least t veil by the Bro.m Hoist Works, fi rous riots and i| M dv.ul of men and in- XX many others, l«l !>.• amUil.I, s. til, .i. A con ttee of strikers h.ul a cof. with the officials it)* the itention d settling the matter. Contrary to expectations the lied in meeting re settlement. Fayette B Brown Hoisting company, said aft« meeting; "We mittee at the rt of Arbitra 'ion. president ot the ■r the 0111 et the striker's I th- State Board We shall iM*vt nlze such a commute but quest er recog reat •ill ith our employe « individually." A sett l ent now seei ••* as tar »ff as ever. Ih 4. St. Louis, July 2i. Jwne of Minnesota, on republicans who Louis convention and announced the severance of V s allegiarfce to th, re publican party/V arrived here tod«\ ''Theysilver said he, « is bounds. Am loir Hu My. Congrcssm; T< c of the silver walked out. of th« St. vernent in Minnesota," etes an«; row'ing by g the republicans I wa amazed at the favor of silver. RepublLans and popu lists are enthusiastically for Bryan in the belief that i* is silver forces that the battle for the toration of silver could he won in this ddespread defect in in Iv hv union of the campaign. I appreciate very highly the compliment involved in the sugges tion of my name here for president, but uu independent nomination in my opinion is impracticable. Bryan si ouid be endorsed. I for Bryj Heule In Iff»..-' Li.hI'. Chamberlain. S. I) . July 20 — A clause ppropriation bill gran* in the India ed permission to the L er Brule In dians, who, prior to Julv 3, 1890, lived south of White River, « t. the India Rosemtd t h c re • o ret select the alio' 11! occupied by them prior to that date. About 40«» of the Lower Bruks hove just taken ad lents i.I la vantage of this clause and removed to their former homes. They had air« adv heel allotted lands on the L< ver Brides reservation, which they now abandon, and they will >lv ha e to he allotted lands in scveralitv in their lew location the Gove Rosebud Indians at the acre for all I; pied by the Lower Brûles. ill have to pay the f $1 per ite ids ttled upon and occu MiisgCMtN Murder. Denver, July 20.—A special ihe Newt* from Grand Junction, Colo., say*. nty Coroner Ingersoll w as cal le i* to Frulla today to take charge of tin body found in the Grand river near C< there yesterday. There was a bullet wound in the face which had shot away the front teeth. pocketbook on the body. There dso a memorandum book which had written on the front page F Lakeview, Aspen. But this is thought likely to be the address of pondent. The body w* good suit of clothes, of the bullet hole rather than suicide. There as vas k Brown, some corres dressed in a The appearance iggests irder THF KALLYIN«; ( HY *\Y. 4 row 1» of Thai ; No 4 'i*o«h 01 4 Jold." Omaha, July 19—The governor's sec retary, Benton Maret, and State Oil In spector J. H. Edmonson, left Lincoln to-day for St. Louis. They will meet with the Bimetallic league and do w hat they can for fusio toward congesting the scheme n between the Bryan Demo atsand the populists. P r sporting the official badge of Bryan with the jrds; "We are for Bryan. No c thorn. No cross of gold." minent peo pie rhich hears a pictu (■«mez' Proclamation. Chicago. July 21.—A special to the Record from Key West Fla., says Maxi mo Gomez some time ago issued a pro clamation warning ihe public not to trains that carried troops. This proclamation has been foil, general order frn ved by a n Gomez issued last veek cm imandlng the destruction by dynamite ail Spanish troop trains. The Spanish soldiers have been in the habit of firing from the indows of trains at en and children,* several of vliom ui the insurgant com es by the use of dvnamPe have been killed, a mander propn to avenge these outrages. Fighting In York, July 21. the Herald fro. 4 'rele. A dispatch Athens says; The Crete Ihe Turks capture the heights If they could Id cut ofi 1 the Ne. to has been continuous fighting j during the last few days, have bee trv ing t the Kissan re this p >ad »eto capt they »bitin the portio •"t of the island. A later dispatch received here fr< t states that i of crete fi mi he fr, the c< of the he Turk- lost 200 killed and uled. 6no The Cretan loss vas ded. •fuse to reply t their deputies absolute! < v receive a meet until ti positions from the sultan. % Y, Kiel Hie Flight. Chic: ».July 20.— Im of attack lediate steps 1 »■ii' the pi. lkiv ne, »f McKinley's Wes '•mager tern campaig mapped,»ir hi the Trade aken bv and Labor assembly. ill he the grievance conn blv, it tee of the hi«, h held a special meeting tonight rosem consider the latter. Mark Ha ia u)m e up for discus* , and the sub committee that cai as appointed to go to Milwaukee and col led e\ idenee ; dust Mr. Vi 'as in fm ther proceed to Cleveland iv ne meted and other points and gather testimony regard to Mr. Hanna. Mormon i« m In XXuMliiujfton. •Srnttle, Wash., July 22. her Mormonisni, has jus «lise. » red, is taking "«I Orting i coun t . Many old Methodist chur* h a ii-* from the staid • reported. Se ■d,as Mtthodist lead 1 s t l'oubli- is f l (l er>, in .heir great ra lynch the ng, wh«» ; are threatening lieutena t* of Brigham * with defiance mingl with the people, trying to teach Mormonisni. those who h; Yo mg thei It i e professed that faith, t ten families all told, and in Utah. proposed to take rep esmtiiig ah. olonize the «> I «»ratio Heleicafi Visit Bryan. Neb., July 20. The incident the dav in Lincol as a visit from embers of Ihe Colorado delega ntional route «orne m tion to the silver party, St. Louis, t .*ntion of the con ho stopped here ei > assure Ho W.J. Bry animons support of s and populists of the almost dei rats, republic! that state In his race for the presidency cs French, a tailor, shot his »> death in Rockford, III., and then pursued by a c J" vife he d of citizens, shot hini thc head and jumped in the river. He was rescued and may live. Frenches had recently separated and the husband was jealous of self i The THEY STATE THEP POSITION Silver Republicans Issue Address. an Ailvlw %I 1 Wh« the < iuui> of l»c thet'au»«* or llumunlty und Me wall hm Hin 11«. Partien Ile a* on* Mel Mllver l< to Mupport Hryi Party Linen In the 4< Hrok n—A (oiiifof or lint her hm Forth at L« ugth. itCMl Foil« ing Is the address to the peo committee, headed l»v pie issued by Senator Teller, setting forth tit»* views and »sblons *>f the free silver republi can-. It is not signed by all the bolters, but is endorsed by them. TUP. A DDK ESS. "We deem it fitting that w heretofore affiliated with the nationatre publican party, and who have rejected the financial plank of the platfoi adopted at St. Louis and refused to have ip port the nominees of the c should st He our position In dential campaign and give briefly reasons for support thereof. 1 vention the presi our "Whei rtain delegates to the vention repudiated the financial plank of the platform anil with drew from the convention, we deter mined that we would give to such candidates as should appear most willing and capable of aiding In the toration of silv union a I republican ir support res to its rightful place as standard money. "The democratic party In its Chicago has taken a position in its ventii platform «live such edlv favorable to and hag nominated candidates of pronom iqutstionable convictions ir, fa vor of the bimetallic policy and of such high personal character that we have determined to give them our support, support such candidates, because they represent the great principles of hlmetalis We which we believe to be the cause of humanity and civilization and t-he paramount question American people. "We, therefore, before the ce that we shall by voice and vote support Mess Brvan andSewall for president and vi am '• 1 ICC president, and we appeal to all citizen and especially to Republicans *e do, vho feel hat gold monometallism ild be of lasting injury to the country, to act with us in securing their election. "The democrats as h » believe in the gold standard are announcing their in intention to su»port McKinly or posing to put a third field for the avowed re pro andldate in the f aiding A great num purpose Mr. McKinley's election, her of leading and influential journal have declared they publican nominees. Ill su "»port the It is evident there Is to he 0 union of forces on the part of the advocates and supporters of the gold standard to elect McKinley and a con gress favorable to him hich will sup. itllned ii port the financial policy republican platform. t he "To those who believe in binu-talli which means the equal 'real me tit of both gold and silver at the nation, there is hut and that is to unite the silv hi nints of th. e course to pursue, forces and the candi t. oppose with all our might date representing 'he police believe Is fraught natio vhlch u 'ith disaster to th and rul the people. "Gold monometallism mean IS the shift, gold alone as primary monev ing t all he c< tl credit formt rl v home imeree a bv gold and silver, and stock :>f these as the vorld'j • étals has always beei about equal i doubling the hurde ling the burden 11 doubling the demand for the amount, it means the pon gold. Do uh gold means th d same, , lecesslt y ,hi doubling the dei les the value thereof. land of ib. 'This gradua shifting of all the burdens of both gob J silver ha« and aused a gradual and steady increase h dollar the value f even redeemable in gold, and bl and steady nee ; decline >f every commodity that is measured In that dni lar. "The •présentât! ves and supporters nsertiou >f the gold of McKinley consented to the i in the St. Louis platfor: standard a declarati thinl by a declaration for bi-mefallis the leading commercial nati, world should consent;' hut until that con *d, the st be maintained. It is vhei f th. va** sec 1 gold standard well k that this consent cannot he see Grea ■ d will 1 Briiian ami tha' such declarations bi-metallism 1. nothing Mr. McKinle for th means the limitati. s upon It. consented to the declaratio g«>ld standard in the platform, ; d in hk î. speeches has accepted It and ha e the advocate ti. beer she thereof; he has by his speeches h< retofore 'hat he understood the dai gold iadi 'ger of th« standard ami the distress vould he inflicted the A HI 1 erica people by ils adoption, pledges the people to s thain that system, and fas n and yet In ii d main* them vstetn pport en upon evils of the financial s hich lie has heretofo for e repudiated, »'ey will make him president, ever may have been his attitude if W hat the on cy questi. in the past, he must in. in« •vitabl \ hereafter try »* up port the same financial system that the present t.euio cratic administration has, and if elected must conti the policy o the sale of bonds peace. Hence with the ele of of the and of »apijfyjused L «ÉÉS im by » Mr. Cleve land ii in time of • •tion of Mc Kinley we may look for a con»i crease of the public debt and .1 sale bonds to maintain the gold standard. "That the condition of the c not satisfactory, all adnii . ducers of wealth •ti i of ry is The on» are not and proper compensation for the enterprise has ceased; values A stantly declining; labor is discontent and distress receivi m ui fvié* fclory pre tent never before know of this î' country, and found for such hi «»WPuPffïïïïïô ave in a vicious ho profess to in. cyst «fin. pres# Those ftp tore the ent financial condition, and oppoa«* the free coinage of ail er, are divided in opinion as to the cause of the present condition. Some declare that it is be cause we have too much tariff; others not enough; while the fact that v/e ha exists that every gold standard country in the world, whether It has a high or low tariff, is now and has been during recent years in the throes of a financial panic; and everv silver standard couu pared with its former condition, try, c Is enjoying an Industrial development and degree of prosperity hitherto un differ While tl »wn in its history. ki pinion, .they unite i n asserting st be main ing ii that the gold standard tained until foreign countries shall slg nifv their willingness that the Ametlcau people shall exercise the rights of free men and create a financial »y*tei of erlook the humilia fee^ on >f fina their «1 and degradation •un» id such a declaration li< acc< : cial depend,»«cy, mav well inquire irisent of the leadii wh< the U * ici cial a'lnns will he obtained. lu» has read the proceeding«» ati mal monetary c ' No one d 1 he Ihre** intei ferencesthat have already been held, or who has ex »mined the Impracticable propositions presented at those confer for a moment believe that any international bimetallic agreement can ever be made with the consent of all the enc< leading commercial nations of tke world. When will Great Britain, centrolled as she Is and ever will he by the credit classes, w ho collects vast sums of money for Interest due her and her citizens, who buys of us annually many millions than she sells to us, and whose interest it is to make the pound sterling purchase as possible, consent that we shall be finan cially Independent, as we are supposed to he politi ally independent? When did the creditor classes of Great Britain ever give up or in any way yield an ad vantage such as they now possess through the maintenance of the gold standard? There Is no hope for inter national* bimetallism until the United States shall establish bimetallism for It lore uch of our products self, and when that Is done,international bimetallism may be secured without the co sent of Great Britain. The United States, on all other subjects of legislation acts independently of any other nation earth. By what process of ing is its right, authority or ability to legislate upon this, the most important subject with which it has to deal, tioned 1 reason ques denied? "With a nation equal in wealth and power to one-fourth of the world, it is cowardly to say that we must ask the permission of Great Britain to establish and maintain a financial policy of own. Believing as we do, that rn to the monetary system especially cognized in the constitution and com pletely provided for by law from our a re 111 1792 tih 187Ü affords the only ground of hope for tfie betterment of the distressed con dition of all the classes,except those who live by the increment that money loaned gives to those who loan It, we appeal to all class * to rally to the support of the only candidates whose success Indicates any hope of relief. "Let the merchant and business man whose dwindled and lessened profits have, despite his care and brought him face to face with tive sional man, econmy, prospec bankruptcy aud ruin, the profes hose best efforts scarcely afford him compensation for his labor alone, the farmer, the continually fall Ing prices of hose products have left returns for capital invested and work performed, and last, but not least, let th e grand army of laboring called, the artisan, the .1 men, so hanlc and the r. and every one who depends upon daily labor for his dally bread, look about him and observe I he great her mil 1111 f tl se who va*n|y seek for a work—upon the great army of enforced idlers, and one and all fe cnanceto solve to try, ot an experiment (for etallism is not an experiment), but a return to a policy that through out the vicLbitudes of our nation's in hi rather fa y, through the internecine struggle an hood, kept ami prosperous nation, in which labor a as not f its a gieat, free ly respected and employed vas so compensated that want and bul distr now weigh upon vn. Let the lesson of history ecent and too plain to be train said denied, be heeded, and let there he fear that was too no a system that so wonderfully protected labor, developed business terprise and s ired to the nation a con trilled and prosperous people in the pa till «It ■ glit hut bring to us a return of like prosperity, the pedlcllons of disaater ! ir opponents to the contrary not vithstandlng i Mr. Brvan the Chicago conven placed at the head of Its ticket a di ti. gentleman of exceptional ability and of high character. No man of his age was better known throughout the United States than he. for four A member of congress ears he commanded the adnii of ation and respect of all his associates n that body as a scholarly statesman and a profound thinker. No man had ii •er assailed his character or in any way questioned hiß integrity or moral worth. His character is a fit example for the young men of this country. He has shown all his public utterance •s his country and his coun id that he sympathizes with He has also ii that iu* lo« try men them it a their distress. ihowi that he believed the financial which makes gold the standard of value was in a great degree the cause of the depression and financial distress prevalent throughout the land; that the condition now existing will continue while the present monetary system »asts and that he would fain return to the use of both gold and ßilver as they were prior to 1873, and he has proposed Such a change of the financial system by the usual constitutional methods. "Such was the character and such the political known to his countrymen, who by their presentatives In convention selected from every state In the union put him nomination for the highest office • vstetn it We pinions of the candidate within the gltt of the American people. This is a critical period in our nation al history. Our Industrial and financial independence «»f other nations and peo ples Is Involved in this campaign, and we fir illy believe there will be no return to prosperity until we shall have changed our financial system so as to restore the bimetallic system, established by the fathers of the republic; and so ' tlic' ing we urge all friends of gold and silver as standard money and the opponents of a single gold standard to give to Mr. Bryan and Mr. Sewell their hearty sup port In advising this course we do no consider it necessarx that they shall abandon or surrender their political views on other questions. "Profoundly impressed with the im portance of the i-sues of the campaign, ft irselves and of specifully submit the f »rt going to the candid ci >f the America uislderation people. • Manhou, Colo, July 20. 1S96. "II. M. Tl.l l.KK, "Frkd T. Du in "Lkb M am i.k, "CiiAKtKs S IIaiitman, "F.i l»|s, >; u< W11 son, '•Jo II N F. Sll AFKol II, ' A -M. Stkvknsov, "Committee." l,K.IH\l\K THF TIM' TIJ. as It Hrrrrfary He reel* \i»t uh Mure 11* He Wa*. Washington, I). C., July senlatlve Mercer, secretary of the re publican concessional committee, re ed today from Nebraska, and has taken chargeât headvuarters. Mr. Mer cer is not enthusiastic over the lookout, although he is keeping a stiff upper lip. He admits that the west is .he silver question, and that McKinley's flection cn hardest kind of work. What seems to amaze Mercer more than anything is the uprising of the commercial clashes in behalf of free coinage. It is recognize 1 here that the indorse ment of Bryan by the populist conven tion, unless a large and influential bolt can be carried out, will make fearful odds against the gold standard ticket. Republican leaders have been watching with close Interest tonight the returns from St. Louis. 22. Repre ti fire ov ly he secured hv ihe to BID WORK OF GHLDBUGn Already Misrepresenting the Workingman's Sentiments. is I n ter lint torn» I Association of to ; ehlnlMtsi Have Declared in Favor « the Free 4 'oli >r tage of Kilver at Ratio of IA to 1 -"It Ih Fluid llelwecii the Mhnhcm and the t'l ntid I Have Alway* He, the Hanse*." \Y|i Ii Cleveland, July 22.—President Janie O'Connell of the International Asm elation of Machinists, made the folio Ing self explanatory statement in Ing today and requested the Am P ress to send It out: vrit dated "There has been going the the gold standard presi ids f of the countr 1 ipposed Interview with me, out from Ne* t York, In v am quoted as having said that I favor of the gold standard, and that th International Association of Machinists 'hich 1 Ii which Î am the executive, w >f the saute, fearii of strongly in favi the adoption of silv, reduction of wages throughout the cm try. I wish to say to those ested in knowing portant question, that I ha the Interview referred to. vouId mean the in r ho are intei niv views on this iui never ha «I I have not New York City for several months; neither have I duscussed the been ii question with a newspaper tlve In any "The epresenta mer or form. fa pposed in 1er vie sents me in a malicious falshhood from 1* repre to beginning to end. "The international association of Ma chinists, at their last conventon, de clared in favor of the free coinage gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to of .f 1 The American Federation of Labor at its last three liions decided on th, same lines, and I could not honest!« represent either organization if the sup posed Interview were true. "I am In favor of tho free and unlim ited coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to i, notwithstanding news paper reports to the contrary. I have no right to speak for others, A t is a fight between the masses and the classes and I have always been with the masses, and shall continue to he with them in Jamks O'Connkll." the future. Ml to Journey of (he <t„«-«-i . London, July 20.—Extraordinary or ders have been issued in anticipation o the journey of the queen from Windsor castle to Lod by to attend edding of her granddaughter, princess Maud of Wales. Special watchmen will be stationed at intervals of 200 yards all along the line of railroad from Windsor to Paddington while the train is to-i err«»« the on 2 route. tary Jerry NlmpHiMi'* Views. St. Louis, Mo., July 20. — Ex-Con gressman Jerry Simpson, who Is a very shrewd observer, is strongly of the opinion that Bryan and Sewall will be indorsed. "The issue is paramount," >gid he, "and men dare not play politicsfat such a time as this. If this coijvention cases and the and 269 been It should refuse to indorse Brian, the populist party would not conta# a cor poral's guard in November, (fönest in dorsement is the only saivatim of the party. So far as Kansas Is mcerned, tion does vote for it matters not what this We will indorse Bryan am silver." î Man's inhumanity to ill countless thousands mourn I makes WHIPS 6010 REPUBLICANS Whitney Says the Silver Men are Sincere. Kc*nlt of Head I ns and Agitation Are Apparent—McKinley PerwlMtM in IH»ru«»lng the Tar I IT. When He Must Know That It Ha* Icons' I an ne le the ent ChuiiiiiIkii He nine rat* 4 'an A'i honker He Heludcd. 4 Va*cd I.» Me York, July 23. Mr. William C. his judg third ticket nom Ne« W hit tu* v was asked today if. ild be ent, there inated hv the gold standard democrats tie replied; d the course of the '•I think events republican leaders are making It inevit able. The general situation Is far worse today, In mv opinion, than It was ten days ago "The republican managers and can didates have shown no realizing sense of the situation. They have failed to avail themselves of a great opportuni ty for benefiting the country. If the present condith ,»f affairs couth ies for anv length of time, sound money democrats are hound organize, and It cannot he prevented. The truth is, there does not seem to he In the least a realizing sense of the seriousness and sincerity of the free silver move ment You may call it a craze, hut It has captured the imagination of the great mass of people throughout the en tire west and south, and it has a much stronger following !n some portions of the east not closely allied to large com mercial centers than Is generally sup posed. It Is the result of reading and agitation. It has become a fixed opinion and an unreasoning one. I think It may he accepted as a fact that the vast ma silver believers at this time are n»»t open to conviction. Their minds are made up and they are quite as little Inclined to reason upon the sub ject as were the delegates t to Chicago." Mr. Whitnev asserted that the Repub jority of f horn thev Means should have sunk their partisan ship and made every effort to bring the gold standard forces together I non partisan union. "But instead of doing this," he said, "the Republicans were continuing to draw strict party lines. Mr. McKii continues to discuss the tariff, which has ceased to be an actual issue, in this campaign, and the Republican press and leaders persist in deriding all Democrats en masse," A Hi.van Katifleatlon. Cheyenne, Wyo., July 23. —Arrange ments have been completed for a Brvan rntification meeting here night. The speakers who have accepted invitations ti> address the meeting ; Henry M. Teller, Lee Mantle an 1 Fred Dubois and Congressman Hartman. The largest hall in the city has been engaged and a monster meeting is anticipated, Saturday N'lOtii»'* AI lege<1 Hebei Boise, Idaho, July 2V—!f Is learned hat Senator Shoup and othef prominent Republicans who are supporting Mi Kin lev .* aking a strong move to f the party, hh h lias been, and still is in the hands f Senator Dubois. An effort is * the machinery now being irtde t, e the signale es of sec 1 lumber of eo imitteei milice can he inderstood the tan Patrie and all gotten together, it is plan L to oust Chah others who favor Bryan. 4 'ol»rn< 1 o Democml*. Denver, July 2j^-Thc state committee h.it^feMit* state convention, Inviting all w h' 7 >rr-*l v l u( the free coinage o( silver at if> 1 narticipate in the il-nmcratie cuu cuses and primaries. democratic "va» for a v< I tl A11 effort will be made to combine the democrats, lUts and pop •publicans .vho Intend to vote Brvan and Sewall I union ticket for state officers, the c support of the The date vention is left open At Kocli NpelngM C h cy en ne, Wy o , Wyoming democratic committee held » meeting hi re this morning and fixed the time of holding the Hon for August 13; the place Rock Springs July 23. - The next state c yen 'Ha*» for Town«». ver, Colo., July 23.—The Congressman Charles A. T Dei lame of • wne of nesota appears among the signatures the manifesto Issued last Monday by Serator Teller and other Republic; who bolted at the St. Louis convention. Towne's ms s accidentally omitt, <! from the copy of the address sent the Associated Press on Monday. 1 a me out the for It To Liherate PrlMoner*. Havanna, . July dth the decree of Gei I 21.* compliance eral Wyler and the occasion of the birthday of the regent of Spain, uiy 2i, 1858, General Lono, the niili ill tomorrow visit the with ihe purpose of liberating of those imprisoned for political —i, besides some of the queen ho as hi governor, prisonei of military prisoners who were confined for trival offenses. fences M. the he die The 4 'holera Kpirteniir. Carlo, July ao—There were 329 new of cholera in Egypt on Friday Saturday and 329 deaths from that disease, including those of three British soldiers at Wady Haifa. Since the outbreak of choie Egyptian troops bet wee Kashek there has been cases and 165 deaths Among the British 23 cases and 18 deaths. ha* been decided, that the the ra among Assouan a total of among the troops there have owing to the increase of the epidemic, to remove the whole camp from the N|| c . bank hack into the desert. rivet A UHKAT «'AMK. * If Ittvnl ed tin* Kiri>rtlvrN(. MM tVyouilHK NUtatSM, or ih#. Cheyenne, Wyo, July 21. \ u , portant case. Involving ihr effrcllren"., of the Wyoming statutes in relation the validity of mortgages, in the United States c The case was that of Ridgely & Tracy of Springfield, Ills, vs. the hirst •tonal Bank of Choye tiffs held a mortgage of $60, ago gainst • he Cattle company of M tu ""• «levIUed rt here to day. •• The pla|„ »joinery. Si. Co. The First Naltonal Batik also had a claim of $13, N against u K cattle company, the parlnei e arning that one of f Montgomery Swan & Co., had not signed the in the fii 1 »rt Tracey & Rldgel.-v, Ih, gag»j t collected Its rial bank c pro cattle, lug statutes by attaching tl coeds of a sale of a part of cl Ing that under the Wvo 11 which provide that a chattel mortgage Sl 111- signed hv .-very member u | the firm making it, the mortgage to RUlglev . was Invalllii. The decision "was favor o, the bank anil sustains the W\ ondng st Hutes. mi & Tracv ii THLK 4 à K % 1*111 r KKICKS Asotubula, O., suffei L-da $11. n.ooo tire. E\ President Harrison stump for McKinley. Nebraska gold democrats have de elded to bolt Bryan, anti support McKinley. ill take 1 lie It ill probably Gen. Josh Segfred died at PattsvUlc, Pa., from kidney troubles, aged 64. The city of Cleveland, Ohio, began a celebrationof Us centennial the 19th. Joseph Farmer, of Monroe, Utah, w.p over and killed hv Butte, the 16th. t the cars h rui The republier discredit ver senti gers the reported strength of the sll ment In the west. The loss of life in Japan caused by earthquake and tidal wave Is Property loss Is immense. The porte according to the demand of the powers,will remove Abdullah Pasha from the military of Crete. an 25,000. imand in the island Chairman Tauberfteck and other the Populist faith are struggling to of Ple ven* the endorsement of Bryan ami Sewell by the populists. Peter Maher, who is matched to fight Joe Choynski, has arrived at San F cisco. Maher is already in good condi tion. $6,000 purse. E. W. Scott, county clerk of Sheridan county, Wyo., is charged with forgery in Issuing warrants to fictitious parties and drawing the money thereon. Me has resigned his office. P. Lorillard's American horse Magics wo,, the Wigst plate, worth €150, at Leicester, England, 'laylor Sharon's Red Nob was second* and Lo»d Crewe's Mrs. Proudv third ran He ll not fight for less than a vear-old selling 1. H M. Teller has II«. ritten a letter placing himself at the to W. J. disposal of the democratic nationale, mitt«*e to deliver as many speech Bry a dur as his health will per iug the caiispuigi lit. The bolting free silver republicans address, declaring that the country's hope is Bryan, and urging all friends of free coinage to sink all bar. h ed a parti differences for the time and sup oeralic nominees. port the dei The president has commuted to ii life the death sentence lent fo prL... three Texans, John C h 1 posed T Davis and Tayh Ball. To They were to be hanged September 4th next. A .XluiMleruiiM U oiimn. Huntington, YV. Va, July Call 1 JkiBed in a shuntv boat six miles east of v l ».-A J d Ne* tic Call, his daughter, w. » .«•re ■' r ..'"ir 1 ilir roJ/rrmT— eral »nail childre at the point of jail, acc are death. E»ta K duns is i ed of murdering thei all, using an ax as Call anil his daughter had a their heads -lashed in a horrible vered. The children were One wo lanner. leaped Into the rfter and saved her u? for the mut life. ders. No cause is ki A Gigantic Advertisement. Neu Ardenlee, Scotland, there is a* wonderful advertise ment beds. The beds lade of flower are each a gigantic let hole fo ter. forty feet in length, the Ing the words total length "Glasgow I the line is 123 foet;area 14.845 feet. New«." Th. covered by the lette Th. advertise! *nt is situated on the side of ml, being of brigh* colored (low 1 from a distance of l' ers, c.i miles. Hub«»*' Krreptli B'dse, Idaho,Julv 22.— Senator Duboii will arrivehei day. c from Del liver on Wednts eral cltlz ns In A meeting ot se eluding Fremont W an Wilson, and a warn/ Du s, chairman o* the Democratic state central ct was held tonight to make a for the reception of Senator Another meeting x*ill he held tomorrow It will be one of the most enthusiastic popular ovations ever tendered a public man Ir. this state. They expect large delegations from adjoining Counties. N. ot Congress! Iinis Titan, anti S. II Ih litter Dubois, M. Knick, chairman of the populist commlttce. was invited to be present aP the arrangement meeting last night, buf he did not present himself. He is ''mid die of the road" populist. Too !Hacli Alfalfa Idaho Falls, Ida., July 20.—Through the carelessness of the herder, the town luxuriant heard of cows got Into the alfalfa field of C. Toutphans today, ami the result was about forty sick cows, hich are now dead. eleven of G*orge L. Shoup, of Idaho, has issued an address to the republicans of Idaho, appealing for support to the national republican ticket.