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'&• Y.'-'.OV J? If: KEPUklOANS OP MiORTH DAKOTA HOLD THKIIt CONVENTION. Vrank Ai Brligi of M«ada la Noml nated for CtoverMor aai Con ,, grciimia M. N Jokaioa la' Re nominated—The Entire Ticket Za NonlBRied by AcoUnatloa •PJUitform Adopted, The Tlelcet. ." ^Congress—M. N. Johnson, Nelson. 3ov«rnor—Frank A. Briggs, Morton, lieutenant Governor—3. M. Devlne, LaMoute. •Secretary of State—Fred Falley, Blclilnud. Treasurer—George E. Nichols, Cass. Auditor—J. U. Ilacnum, Ransom. Attorney General—J. P. Cowan,Ram sey. Comir isnioner of Insurance—Fred Fuziclier, Stutsmf n. Superintendent of Public Instruc- Nominee for Governor. tlon—J. G. Halland, Traill. Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor—H. U. Thomas, Benson. Railroad Commissioners—George H. .Keyes, Dickey L. L. Walters, Wells J. R. Gibson, Pembina. Presidential Electors—John HJDyste, Sargent C. M. Wheeler, Cass C. F. Wilbur, Rolette. The state Republican convention was called to order jn the opera house at Grand Forks about 11 o'clock Wednes day morning, by Chairman Robinson, of the state central committee. Rev. Hamilton Spence opened the exercises with an invocation for right and proper guidance of the delegates. Under the direction of Mrs. Harry Bur ton fifty girls of Grand Forks, all ar rayed in spotless white, rendered a number of popular glees and campaign songs. The call for the convention was then read byt Secretary Hamilton,' of the «tate central committee. The report of the state central com mittee was read, showing but one con test filed with them, that from Bur leigh county. Nominations for temporary-chairman "being in order, H. M. Creel of Ramsey nominated Geary of Cass. Cooper of "Grand Forks presented Bartlett of Griggs, and on the selection the roll 'f delegates was called, and resulted in the selection of Geary by a vote of 347 to 143 for Bartlett. Mr. Geary was escorted to the chair J. M. DEVIWE, Vomlnee for Lieutenant Governor. "by a committee consisting of S. S. Lyon of Fargo and W. J. Kneeshaw of Pembina. Thanking the convention for the honor, Mr.' Geary remarked that he presumed the convention was there for business and not to hear speeches, and called for nominations for secre tary. George W. Harrison of Lisbon and M. L. Ayres were named and both elected by acclamation. Maj. Hamilton moved that the con vention take a recess, not to delay the business of the convention, but in the Interests of the Republican party. The convention, however, was not ready for a recess and voted down the motion by a very decisive vote. The chair was then authorized to ap point committees on credentials, per manent organization, order of business and resolutions, after which the con-« ention adjourned until 2 o'clock. The following committees were ap pointed: Rwlmions—B. F. Spauldlng. CASS: H. Wheeler, Gruud .Forks: 11. Hams, Bur leigh: J. H. Wlsliek, Mcintosh H. Stick ney. Stark J. Power,. Richland F. W. Ames, Traill F. H. Sprague, Walsh J. K. Brltton, Bottineau: E. M. Warren, tia Moure H. S .Oliver, Ransom David Bart lett, Griggs J. C. -ihtouv uo .omen, At H. Lord, Towner Dr. A. Stewart, Pembina U. B. Cassell, Steele. Order of Business—At M. Packard, Mor ton C. H. Davidson, Foster W. M. Steele. Rolette John Drolln, Sargent: R. S .Adams, Ransom W. Allshouse, Kidder Mark Wilson, Wells. Permanent Organisation—A. W. Clyde, Mcintosh D. McDonald, Barnes H. M. Creel, Ramsey D. R. Streeter, Emmons 0. L. Mitchell. Stutsman: A. Swensrnd, Bottineau A. Carbom, Sargent. Credentials—Ed Pierce, Ransom H. 3. Watt. Pembina F. H. Prosser, Ramsey David Larln. Traill George S. Montgom ery, Richland Fred Snore, Benson G. H. Blnghelmer, Morton. The delegates were tardy ip getting to the convention in the afternoon, but •even the tardy ones were kept waiting a long time, for the committee on cre dentials was engaged in hearing the contest from Cavalier couuty. The time was taken up with speeches by Vt l*!T I t" J. otf cwdetttlttta pnwiiuted lte report. Thereport of the state centralconmlttee was sustained In every, case except the Cavalier coun ty contest, iu which, four of the seven membem of the committee reported In favor of supporting Uncontesting del egation, and. the minority of three membero favoring the delegation seat ed by the county central committee. The report caused a lively discussion, and on a niotion to sustain the majori ty report a call was demanded. Quite a number of the counties did not re ?S£n.' the vote oil roll call was 178 in favor of sustaining the majori ty "and 11)7 against. The minority re port, sustaining the state central com* mlttee, was then adopted. The committee on permanent organ ization reported in favor of making the temporary organization perma nent, and the report was adopted. The committee on order of business reported in favor of acting on the re port of the committee on resolutions, and then the nomination of state offi cers, beginning with supreme court, congressman, governor, lieutenant gov ernor, secretary of state, auditor, trea surer,, attorney general, insurance commissioner superintendent of in struction, railroad commissioners, pres idential electors and state central committee. The report Was adopted. The Platform. The report of the committee on reso lutions was then presented, and finally adopted, as follows: We, the Republicans of North Da kota, in convention assembled, reas sert our faith in the principles of the Republican party rnd heartily endorse and approve the platform adopted by the national convention held at St. Louis, June 10, 1896, and pledge our loyal support to McKinley and Hobart, its nominees for president and vice president. Resolved, That the affairs of this state have been honestly, economically and carefully administered by the pres ent Republican administration, and when contrasted with the disastrous results of the late Popullstio adminis tration, will bear the most careful scrutiny. Nominated for State Treasurer. Resolved, That we favor a just and impartial systsm of appraisement of all taxable property railroad compa nies and all other corporations should be treated the same, as farmers and mechanics in the appraisement of real estate and personal property, so-that all classes share alike in a just and impartial assignment and, believing that the valuation on railroad proper ty in the state is below that placed on ether property therefore, ve pledge ourselves to increase its valuatlou in such an amount as will place it upon an equality with all other property in the state. Resolved, That we renew our pledges to the support of the present prohib itory law and urge the strict observ ance and enforcement of the same, and that inasmuch as North Dakota was received into the Union with a prohib itory amendment in her constitution, we demand cqpgress, as a right, that a law be enacted that shall prevent the obtaining of United States liquor licenses in states that have declared or shall declare for prohibition. J. E. Stevens of the Grand Forks county delegation wanted to introduce a substitute resolution for the clause referring to the financial plank In the St. Louis platform and considerable discussion followed. After some difficulty Mr. Spauldlng of Cass county secured the floor to ex plain that the plank in the platform In no way referred specifically to the fi nancial plank of the platform. A roll call was demanded and ordered on Mr. Stevens' 16 to 1 resolution, and ft was defeated by a vote of 464 to 18. The following resolution, offered by MOj. Hamilton as an addition to the resolution endorsing the St. Louis plat form, was unanimously endorsed FT C#Wan Nominated for Attornejr General. Believing that the Republican na tional party is In favor of the largest use of silver as currency "that can be maintained on a parity with the money of the commercial nations of the world, welnstruct our representatives In con gress to support such legislation as shall bring about international bimetal lism. W. J. Anderson of Grand Forks in troduced the following resolution "Resolved, That we favor the calling of a constitutional convention." P. J. McCumber of Richland, wanted to know what the object of calling a convention was, and Intimated that if its object was to whack at prohibition the convention would do well to vote ft down. Mr. Anderson retorted that its ob ject was no such thing, but rather In the Interest of the tax ridden people of the state. He would have several of if-4 f: 11 uXk rf economy. The party ought to 4e ckre-It* position on this question and a 1 floodway to do it S pa of Cass county is- JEM? ttot It wo# a noticeable fact the body of men In tho legislature the more opportunity there was for jobbery. If we minted Jp cut down expenses Instead of cut ting the legislature down cut their sal aries down. The resolution was then voted down by« very decisive vote. A Towner county delegate startled the delegates with a proposition that the delegates from etch legislative dls- Renomnlnted for Insurance Com missioner. trict name one man from a committee to select and present to the convention a complete state ticket for. nomination.. The hubbub created by this suggestion was Intense for a moment.' The propo sition received a second, however, and was put to a vote. The chair ruled that the motion was lost J. P. Bray took an appeal from the decision of the chair. Chairman Geary ordered a roll call on the appeal from the decision of the chair. The vote on roluleall sustained the chair by an al most untnlmous vote. Maj. Hamilton moved an adjournment until 8 o'clock in the morning ,and stated that Con gressman McCleary was to speak at 8 o'clock in the evening. Many of the delegates, wanted to get home on the evening train and did not propose to have any. adjournment and wanted to finish up the business with a rush. The motion to adjourn was accordingly voted down, and the convention pro ceeded to the work of nominating the candidates. The Nominations. Hon. Alfred Wallin of FargO was placed in nomination for the office of supreme court justlcc by P. J. McCum ber of Wabpeton, who remarked that the nomination was not made in the interest of any faction or any section, but with the object of keeping the su preme court of the state up to Its pres ent high standard. The nomination was seconded by Trail, Walsh and other counties and made unanimous. Hon. M. N. Johnson was placed In nomination for .congress by Eugene Rich of Nelson county, who paid a high tribute to the ability and excellent record of Mr. Johnson. The nomina tion was seconded by Cass, Traill, Walsh and other counties In rapid suc cession and made unanimous. Hon. F. A. Brlggs of Morton county was placed in nomination for governor Renominated for Chief Justice. by A. M.«Packard, who referred briefly to the splendid record of Mr. Briggs as state auditor, and assured the conven tion that Mr. Brlggs, If elected, would give the state a business administra tion. Hie nomination was seconded first by Walsh and then by Dickey, La Moure, Nelson, Pembina and other counties in rapid succession. E. C. Cooper of Grand Forks secured the attention of the chairman on a question of privilege and charged that a combination bad been formed to de feat Mr. Budge, the candidate of the Grand Forks delegatioq, and that he was Instructed by the delegation to in form the convention that they would take no further part in the proceedings. On motion of W. .J. Kneehaw of Pembina, the. nomination of Mr. Briggs was made unanimous. Hon. J. M. Devine of LaMoure was placed in nomination for lieutenant governor, by E. M. Warren, and the nomination was .nade ly acclamation. Fred Falley of Wahpeton was named for secretary of state by H. G. Klep per, and the nomination was made unanimous. N. B. Hannum of Ransom county was named for auditor by R. S. Ad ams of Lisbon, and the nomination went through by acclamation. George. E. Nichols of Cass county was named by Hon. B. F. Spalding for treasurer, and nominated by accla mation. Hon. John F. Cowan of Ramsey was named for attorney general by F. H. Prosser. Fred Fancher of Stutsman county was nominated for insurance commis sioner by A. F. Ellsworth. J. G. Halland of Traill county was nominated for superintendent of pub lic Instruction. H. U. Thomas of Benson county was nominated for- commissioner*' of agri culture and labor. Railroad commissioners were nomin ated as follows: George H. Keyes of Dickey L. L. Walton of Wells J. R. Gibson of Pembina. The following presidential electors were named by acclamation: E. M. Wheeler of Cass John H. Dyste of Sargent C. F. Wilbur of Rolette. The State Committee. The following members of the state lit'" (Si .T trlcto: committee were named by the f**m tlie several dls- District—Judson LaMonre. Second—Charles Wing. Third—George B. Towle. Foortb-Gimdt? Olson. Fifth—J. E. Stevens. flixth^J. P. Bray. Seventh—J. O. Hamilton. Elghth-nJ. B. Paulson. Ninth—A. B. Guptil. Tenth—George D. Brows. Eleventh-Thomas D. Gray. Thirteenth—John Devline. Fourteenth—H. 8. Oliver. Fifteenth—M, J. Olson. Sixteenth—Dan R. Davidson. Seventeenth—!?. J. Baird. Eighteenth—D. H. McMObm. Twentieth—O. D. Comstock. Twenty-first—A. 0. Whipple. Twenty-Mcqnd—Mark E. Lllson. r^en!?1h,rSrA,fred A Xff The convention then adjourned. 'i MITTIN YAND MURDER. Terrible Seene Enasted on a Vessel In the Dead of KlRht. Halifax. N. S.. July 23.—Tlie barken tine Herbert Fuller, Capt. H. Nash, from Boston July 3, for Rosarlo, put tnto Halifax this morning flying the stars and Rtripes at half-ioast, with a black flag immediately beneath. This is the signal of "mutiny on board," When the Fulle? was boarded It was learned that, murdier had been added to mutiny, and that Copt. Naah, his wife Laura, and Second Officer Ban bury bad been killed in their bunks while asleep. The murders had been committed with an ax. The rooms in which the victims lay were covered with blood, showing that severe struggle had taken place, and the bodies were horribly mutilated. .The cook, Jonathan Sbere, suspectea the mate, Thomas Brown, and succeeded in placing Brown in irons, and he af terward ironed' tho man who was at the wheel at the time' the murder was committed'. Upon the arrival' of the vessel all on board including Frank Monch of Boston, who was a passen ger, were placed under arrest. The murder was committed at 2 o'clock on the uight of the 18th Inst. NIXE LIVES LOST. A Fatal Flood Oeenrs In Kentucky. Frankfort, Ivy., July 23.—Nine lives were lost as the result of last night's floods. Gaine's bridge, over Benson creek, was washed away. The dead are James Bradley, wife and five children, and Mrs. Bryant and two children. They lived! in a flat along Benson cre»k, which rose so rapidly that the houses were washed away before the occupants knew of their danger. Mrs. Bryant Is a daughter of Squire Dan Moore, a candidate for county judge. .Tames Sudduth, a ten ant, made a miraculous escape with his family. He was awakened by the storm and discovered that the creek had swollen and was likely to sweep his house away.' He swam over a mile, procured a horse r.nd they made their escape from the house only a few miuutes before it was washed away by the rush of. waters. Traffic on both the Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington and short line divisions of the Louis ville & Nashville and Chesapeake &• Ohio will go over ths ern tracks. Motion to Qunsh the Jameson In dictment Is Overruled. London, July 23. When the high court of justice, queen's bench divis ion, reconvened to-day for the trial of Dr. Leander S. Jameson and his co defendants for alleged violation of the foreign enlistment act in the matter of the invasion of the territory of the South African republic, the lord chief justice announced that he overruled the motion of Sir Edward Clarke, Q. C.. of counsel for the defendants, to quash the iudictment. The defend ants then entered pleas of not guilty. The attorney general. Sir Richard Webster, Q. C., opened the case for the prosecution. Peofc Supports the Tinlcet. Milwaukee, July 23.—Secretary Noel, af the Democratic state central com mittee, to-day announced that Chair man George W. Peck, who is now ab sent at Lake Mim-itorka, bad. author ized him to, say that he (Peck) will support and work for the nominees of the Chicago convention. In connection with the stand taken by National Com mitteeman Wall, this mokes two nota ble desertions from the Democratio field party. A Train Ditched. Carbondale, 111., July 23. A disas trous railroad wreck occurred on tlie Chicago & Texas railroad about one mile south of Murphysboro to-day. A trestle over Big Muddy creek gave way as the result of recent rains, and one passenger coach was ditched. Twelve persons were more or less In jured. Two of them may die. Those most seriously injured are Scott Hinchcliffe, Carbondaie George Sie bert, Iiloomfield, Mo. Mrs. G. S. Drew and her little girl. -Dr. Power^,Honored. London, July 23.—Dr. Frederick B. Power, the distinguished American chemist, formerly In charge of the de^ partment of pharmacy at the Univer sity of Wisconsin at Madison, was tendered a banquet here last evening on his appointment as a director of the Wellcome research laboratories. Catholic Students. Madison, Wis., July 23.—At the fore noon session of the Catholic summer school Bishop O'Gorman of Sioux Falls, S. D., lectured on the "Early French Missions in the North." This afternoon Miss Eliza Allen Starr of Chicago will lectin on "The Study of Beauty," and William P. Bieen of Fort Wayne. Ind., will deliver an ad dress on "Frederick Ozanatn—His Life and Woik." This was Log Cabin day in the cen tennial celebration at Cleveland. ^^1?/ *$¥ 1 'V E- Ellsworth. Twenty-fourth -C. TJ. Valentine. Twenty-sixth—John D. Wlsliek. Twenty-eighth—Fired W. Cathro. Twe°ty-ntnth-R. W. Davidson. ^^rtieth-George H. Bingenheimer. Thirty-first—M. S. A^ers, Dickinson. Member-at-Lsrge—E. C. Cooper, Grand Forks. Louisville South TRIAL MUST PROCEED. IN NORTH DAKOTA Interesting Rein Items From Parts of the State. An independent state convention will be held in Fargo July Jamestown's new depot wOT be fin ished next week. Ephraim Seaman of Dickinson gets his original pension. Glanders has been getting In Its work with hor*3 around Drayton. Army worms are doing great dam age around Drayton. Reports as to the condition- of the flax crop Is flattering. The North Dakota weekly crop bulle tin says: Joe Thompson, at Hatton, has se cured a patent on an improved spark arrester for threshing engines. A. A. Brown of Oakes offers $200 re ward for-the arrest of the person who murdered his brother last week. Mrs. Magnus Swanson of New Rockford fell down cellar and sus tained a broken leg. A change of venue in the lions and Gage libel suit has been taken to Eddy county. John Alvin of Towner is under ar rest charged with bigamy. The com plaining witness resides at Grafton. The school board at Grand Forks has decided to adopt the straight up-aitd down system of penmanship in the public schools. Four horses belorglng to John Itam beck of Reynolds were killed by light ning. George Hay. a Burleigh county pi oneer, dropped dead from heart" dis ease while raking bay. The legislative convention for the Seventh district is called to meet at Hunter, Friday, July 31, to nominate a senator and three members. The two men thougnt to have mur dered J. A. Brown of Oakes, have been captured near Portal, on the Can adian lire. An enterprising hired man near Mtl nor raised a $2 check to $10, cashed it, burglarized the Milnor postoffice of ?6 and departed for dUtent points. FreetJian Anderson Grafton, under bonds for violation of the liquor tow, Is under arrest again for a similar offense. The Gull River Lumbci company re ceives the contract for furnishing the Jamestown asylum with coal at $2.75 per ton. John Rowhedder. living near Crary, buried his dead wife himself, without the formality of a funeral or troubling neighbors tor assistance Thorwald Brogan cut and1 slashed John Stordahl at North wood with a pocket knife, and was bound over un der $1,000 bonds. Conductor Camathan has at last in stituted his suit against the city of Devils Lake because of the drowning of his little daughter last fall. The Northern Pacific railroad work at Blom is being pushed to the utmost and hereafter will be carried on night and day. Lyman C. Dunning was arrested at Larimore on the charge of attempting to burglarise the house of George C. Tobey near Niagara. At Grand Forks one of the men worljlng in the mill got his hand caught between the rollers, and nearly all the flesh on the bones was re moved. C. French of Grafton, who is seven ty-nine years old and has been totally blind for some years, was operated on for cataract at Grand Forks, recently, and it is thought he will recover the use of his eyes. Application has been made for the pardon of Alice Baldwin, a half-breed who, killed a railroad man at Devils Lake several years ago. She cut him to pieces and then buried the pieces. She was sentenced for manslaughter in a minor degree. A gas explosion In the bicycle repair shop of M. T. Caswell at Grand Forks badly burned Mr. Caswoll and his as sistant, Mr. Berg. The latter was badly burned about tlw eyes and it will be a hard matter to save his sight. A broken flange on the wheel of a Great Northern freight car was the cause of the wreck .two miles east of Yor. When the wheel broke ten cars were thrown into the ditch and badly wrecked. Six of the cars lyere loaded with copper, three with cattle and one with sheep. Most of .the live stock was killed or crippled. Fortunately none of the train crew were injured beyond a few slight bruises. The body of W. N. Wilson, the man who wandered away from St. Luke's hospital at Grand Rapids during a cir cus parade, was found floating in Red Lake river. It is supposed that he either fell in or committed suicide. He was suffering from dropsy and had been in the hospital a month. There were no Indications of violence. The body had been in the water at least two days. David Powers of Fargo has been ar rested charged with assault with in tent to kill. He and his wife separated some time ago and there has been more or less trouble since. He slipped up to his wife's home and white she was lying in bed assaulted' her- with a razor. She grasped the weapon and in the struggle which followed was badly cut on the hands and arms. Powers was prevented from murdering her by the appearance of a lady whose cries drove him away. The case of the Great Northern Ex press company against Richard S. Haines, in which the latter was charg ed with embezzlement of $1,000, was completed and the defendant acquit ted. The express company failed to make a case, their ehtef witness being one MeCabe. who was alleged to have been an accomplice. ill 20, Sargent county had a small and de structive streak of hail lecently. Bathgate is to have an electric light plant. Douglas' store, at Hoople, wns bur glarized last week. J. R. Harshmar: lies been appointed postmaster at Eckelson. up .- A' ttorr of CeVerado OolCf The moot unique and tastnte«,_™ book yet published about the gold Mill other features of Cripple Creek DttT trict has just been issued by o. W^ Crawford, publisher, Masonic Temple. Chicago, m. Every page is Illustrated with original pictures in three colors, mode for this work By Mr. E. S. Rice, the sketch genius of the Rockies. It to a complete exposition of Cripple Creek Gold, telling where It is found, now It Is found, where it is milled, how It Is treated, how it is paid for air about mines, titles, ca'mping In the mountains and Cripple Park's wonder ful Apolllnaris Springs, which the In dians called Quleeka and' of which they said, "If you drink the waters al ways, you will live always." In print ing and Illustration it to a work high art. We are not surprised to Si learn that the second: edition is in 'mk press, for it is a book from which the oldest miner may get information and entertainment as well. Price 50c., but 'iBl if you will send five names and ad dresses of friends and 25c., stamps or silver, to the publisher, it will be sent postage paid. The new Radical party of England has resolved to dine together once a month. Aarcnts Wanted. The Home Life Insurance company of New York Issues the most attractive poli cies of any old line company. 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A man eighty-one yean old committed sulcldo In Blaine recently because the se lectmen would not repair the road leading up to his farm. If the Baby is Cutting Tseth. B* rars and on* tbat oM and wall-tried natdv, Wuwmw's Soorama Bssor for Children Twtfclo* :. .!i -J Mr. and Mrs. Durgln, two hale and hearty people living near Portland, Met, are aged respectively 102 and 99 years. V' 1'ITS ttopped free and nermm^rtlv rvrtd. tl» fltgafter flt»t day's si ofDr. Kline'sA'est Kerr* KMtorer. FreeSS trialbottle and ti est is Marv. •touscims. £fc.Ku»,»lArctiSt. Piajt.eipbla.Pa. I never used so quick a chre as Plso's Cure for Consumption.—J. B. Palmer. Box 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 25. 1805. South Dakota can raise wheat more cheap ly than any other part of the United States. The cost per acre $8.57, of which the rent of ground per acre is $1.52. .. .. Cee's Ctngh Balsam I« the oldest and beat. It will break up aOold qalekw than anything elite. It la alwaya reliable. 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Haines left the office with* out notifying, the company aid was captured at Deurer. after being foUW* ed half over the United Stateo, I. w.