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TIIK KAHLK: WKDNKSlA , JULY 22, Ht6.
9 I'kkhidkxt Ci.kvki.ani started his campaign of fi Miiicial educa tion three yearn ago and it is pro gressing finely. Another bond is- called in a few (lays of the executive committee (or the purpose oí giving the candidate an official indorsement for a ratification meeting whicli will le held in i lie Fourteenth street wigwam. sue will convince most of the voters Tammanv will lake action on the ticket of the country that Mr. Cleveland I without waiting to see what course is to was wrong and the hond issue is'1' llU,'M1,'(l l)V '' rganiwtiun. ... . . . iv i the laiter niav holt the ticket, such ac- likely to come lefore the No vein- . . . , 811Lriieflte. ..... ,itr. o c her election. Don: Kkdjk has heen on a harhed wire fence long enough. The free silver democratic' party lias a place for him. Don: has been doing penance long enough to atone for his past sins and can lie invited to sing in the silver chorus with the utmost propriety. The Enterprise still hopes to se cure the free and unlimited coinage of silver through the republican er will remain inside the party and bow to the will of the majority. The TainmanyitcH argue that the nomination!) at Chicago were made hy a regularly called democratic convention, and therefore there is nothing for a dem ocratic organization to do hut Hiipport the men placed in the field hy that con vention. John B. Mclíoldrick, secretary of the general committee, said: "We are going to give the ticket an ollicial indorsement, and we will turn in and roll up just hh heavy a majority for Bryan and Sewall as we would if a New York man were on the ticket. The democrats w ill carrv the state of New The district leaders have lieen given to understand that they are to go right to work and arrange for mass meeting in their districts, ami raise Winners hearing the name and pictures of Bry an and Sewall. There will I i.n delay al wmt this. Organization democrats in N'ew York city believe it would be belter loelect Bry an il an h l It ii i li llicl ) syndi cate with his protection theories, at the head of (lie federal government. The Journal comes out for Bryan and declares mar it is ine uniy oi Americans to vote the ticket. It says the Chicago delegates are not anarchists, but tax payers. The Journal is one of the influ ential papera in New Y'ork now for silver. party. The abiding faith of the Enterprise in the republican party york ana ,i,ey wil elect thtdr candi would do credit to an enthusiastic young convert at a camp meeting. TAMMANY TIQAR WILL FIGHT. the Th Organization Will norlc For Democrat lo Monilnem. Tammany hall will give the eanduiates of the democratic national convention true and loyal supiort. There w ill be ,',ere vv no half way business about it, but the district leaders will be instructed logo to work and poll the entire organization vote for Bryan and Sewall. This w as decided by the leaders Wfoie thev left Chieago ami a mealing will he dates "There is a strong sentiment for silver. in this state. This was demonstrated at the .Saratoga convention, and if it had not been for the veneration of the old leaders, Hill and Whi.ney, nothing could have prevented the majority of the delegates in that convention from voting against anything huta free silver plank in the platform. I do mil believe tie anv serious bolt in this stale "There will le plenty of talk about a third ticket . but it will not amount in anything, in my opinion. The men who have been talking of a holt are uñid democrats and will not leave the party." The ( mino polilnn MukhkIiip. The General of the Army, the Gener al commanding the II. S. Corps of Kn gineers, Viee-Pres. Webb of the New York Central, ami John Jacob Astor, compose Tu k Cosmopolita N M acíazink'n Board of Judges to decide the meriis of the Horseless Carriages which will be entereil in the May trials, for which Tim Cuh.moimii.itax offers $:000 in prizes. This committee is undoubtedly the most distinguished that has ever con.-ented to act upon the occasion of the trial of a new and useful invention. The in terest which these gentlemen have shown in accepting places upon I lie committee is indicative of the impuriai ce 'of the subject, and thill the contest it self will be watched with marked inter est on both sides of the Atlantic. Frank Stockton's new story, "Mr". Cliff's Yacht," which begins in the April Cosmopolitan, promises to be one of the must interesting ever written by that facinating story-teller. Headers of "The Adventures of Captain Horn" w ill find in "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht" something that thev have been waiting for. THE EÜUITAB ill! UK ASSURANCE SOCIETY Assets Dec. 31, 1S03 $201,09,387.84 Keserve on all exist ing policies, ealcu- . -lated on a 4 per cent standard, and all other Liabilities 16085,376.11 Undivided Surplus, on a 4 per cent standard $40,624,011.73 Homer E. Byler, Special Agent. OF TIIK UMTHI) STATKS. The Largest and Strongest n the World. Outstanding Assurance Dec. Ill, 1893 New Assurance written in l)5 132,078.530.1)0 Proposals for Assurance Examined and declined 22,1)4 8,4!) 5.00 lualialiiirel I'ulli lf. Ktatl t Tlmlr Cuiiiiitulitil Vwlnr. J. J. Sheridan, LocalAgent