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 - . SPEgrH AOAlyrT M .Itlt And called on John A....
. SPEgrH AOAlyrT M .Itlt And called on John A. Kries for hi views. Mr. Kries addretsed tue delegation, saying there waa a very strong feeling througboat the State Bgainet McNeal. especially in the cities and manufacturing dUtricts. If tba convention nominated McNeal a vary large number of Republicans would be compelled to vote for the Democratic candidate. A quiet can van, be said, bad beea mad among tke delegationa representing the cities. Lu- eas County would present t th convention tha name of Walter Brawn, at present Inspector ot Meat' and Food, of Toledo, aad Lucae Tounty aould give Brown twenty-one vote at least. Montgomery County would give twenty-six vote to Brown, Almost all all the Cuyahoga delegation was for Brown. Alt or tbi erven pguaarx From Highland County were opposed to Mc Neal. and other vote were meatianed for Brown. Mr. Kries eflered a reselatiott'giv- ng the support ot tbe entire delegation to Brown. Ex-Representative Ford Biade speeoh. describiaa ho Commisaioner M Neal had. on the floor ef tb House, intuited all the large, cities ef tbe State, and declaring tbat th farmer vote wat wht be wna after. Other speeches were made against MeNeaL aad the resolution f Mr. Kries was adapted nnaaimoualy. bo Mr. Brown, according to the resolution, will get tbe solid Hamilton Ceonty delegation- At thia point Mr. A Howard Hiakle arrived, and waa escorted to the chair amid applause. -

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 08 Jun 1893, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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