The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on August 24, 1894 · Page 8
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 24, 1894
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As National Committeeman ana Will Fight Tom Majors. TOURSTON HIS SUCCESSOR Hsyore Socnra.l the Nomination Pm Governor oil the First Ballot MOORE GETS THE SECOND PLAGE mil State Ticket Plncotl In the Fluid—Platform Win Adopted ni -Read—Favors Ar- Wtriitlon to Settle I,ftbor Disputes ami Recognize Right of Laborer* to Organize. Editor Rosewator's Letter. GovBtwon , .THOMAS M. MAJORS LlBDTBN^NT .GoVEBNOn B. E. MOORE. SECHBTATIY OF'STATE r. A. PIPEH AoniTou EUGENE MOORE STATE TnFABunEn...JOSEPH S. HARTLEY. BtJPERINTENDEHT OP PUBLIC INSTHUCTIOK ..H. R. COHBETT. ATTORNEY GBNEnAr,....A. S. CHURCHILL COMMISSIONER OP PUBMO LANDS AND Bun.n IKQS ..H. C. RUSSELL. CONVENTION HALL, OMAHA, Aug. 28.— Republican state convention was not ciilled to 'order on time Wednesday, for scores of delegates were late {in obtaining admissibn tickets. The galleries rapidly filled up, that pcirtiorifacingthe|8peaker'E stand being occupied chiefly by ladies. The stage and hall .were decorated. with; flags'and.bunting,, but not to an elalxx rate extent. By iO:UO a. in. the dele-, gates were nearly all seated, and then, the band played. A national air aroused some enthusiasm and put. the convention into'good'humor 'for business. Among the well known persona who occupied Beate-upoh jne stage Yrere Hon. ATvin i Sftunders, Hon. Jesse B. Strode, nomi- 1 n6e. for congress from the First district, ex-Governor,Thayer and Captain Oar-, rington .of .Alliance.. The David,City, male quartette , opened the convention,, just as Chairman Brad Slaughter. was ready to pound the table for order, at lO&ft. They sang a parody, on "Come, Get Your Honey." and the audience' went "wild. The Arion 'male quartette then answered a vociferous call and sang •'Nebraska Will be in Line," which was loudly applauded at the close of every: Terse...,,.,.,,.,.., , ConTentlon Culled ,to Order. , .Chairman Slaughter c'aljed the conven- brfler, 4hd Key. L. G. Brpoker of Kearney ofiPered prayer. Thomas Cook'e, Becretary of the committee, read'the call for the convention. Hon. ClairB. Adams of Superior was then introduced as temporary chainnan. He was glad to be a Republican; that he could. be one of the officers of, the many Republican conventions now being held for the purpose of recovering the country from disgrace. He spoke of the disasters of t)je past year and urged the kindling of such political '•fees twlay as would consume all the opposition to progress and prosperity. The male quartette of Lincoln then rendered a selection. The temporary secretaries appointed were H. M. Waring of Ornate, 0. E. Waite of Lincoln and Mr. G. M. Lainbertaon moved that a committee of 18 be appointed on resolutions. Carried. W. H. Hanchett moved that Jigmes banded in ty wcretaries. be the delegates to the. convention. Carried. Ite temporary officers of the convention were made permanent. Mr. Lambertson moved that candidates nominated today elect the chairman, secretary and treasurer pf, the Republican state central committee. Carried. ••: Committee on Resolutions. 1 G. M. Lambertson, C. L. Chaffee, R. L. Hammond,. M. L. Hayward, C. C; McNish, C. H. Gear, E. Rosewater, C. 'T. Beeley,,E, T. Hodson, W. H. Needham and M. F. Stanley. Hay ward of Otoe moved to proceed by call of counties for informal vote for candidates for governor. It was moved to make the Tote formal by Bon Baker of Douglas. It was necessary to hove .the roll call to determine the vote on tho amendment. It resulted, to vote on formal ballot, 'yeas, 855; nays, 000. Tho motion to proceed to roll call on informal ballot for governor was carried. Informal Ballot For Governor. Thomas J. Majors 480/, John Hi MacColl 484X L...D. Crounse 40 A.aCady " Total -001 Merry bedlam broke loose when attempt was made to call tho roll on formal .vote. No one knew what <:ausi j < the squabble, but thoro WHS terrific con fusion for fully ll» minutes. Tutu un Plrst Formul llnllnt. Majors MacColl Crounse (i Oady _t_ Total M Guy Barton of Douglas, moved tint nomination of Majors be inado unanimous, and it WUH curried with tumul tuous applause. He thanked the con rention for its high ooinplimeut. be proud of the honor, and it is and shul M fail ambition to make himself the bes gOTtrnor Nebraska has ever had, H< paid A glowing tribute to the state, aw n§ oituwns, dwelling with Badness on th •0041(4011 of those who are drouth •trickwi within our borders. Heplodgm bis beat effort* to the flag and thunk<» the wldier boy* who hud stood by bin in the past and whom he would stun by In the future. He asked Republican, to itand by Republicans and that woul insure tho grandest Buooew Nebraska eve IB, Mr. Rosewater's paper, will fight Majors during the campaign. Ahdrnbon Session. Jt was quite 8 o'clock when the convention gained any semblance of order. Mr. Howard of Lancaster sang a solo tt the tune of "Marching Thro' Georgia," find the entire audience joiaeti in tht chorus. The song was replete with ring- Ing Republican sentiment and evokee the greatest enthusiasm. Chairman Adams then called the convention tc order, and the nomination foi lieutenant governor began. .The result of the informal ballot was clehrly in favor of Moore'for a majority, but the votes commenced changing so rapidly that it was impossible to determine where the convention stood. A motion to proceed to formal ballot was carried. It resulted as follows: R. E. Moore 571V, H. P. Shumway 305M E. M.Correll 24 Necessary to choice, 481. .Platform an Adopted, The committee on resolutions made t report which was adopted as follows: The Republicans of .Nebraska iu con vention represented, deplore the disas trous results of the "change" hi the policies of the national government, decreed by the people at a time when the mental balance of the country was temporarily disturbed by the exhilaration of a long course of peace, progress and material prosperity and the clamor of demaKoguet and political quacks, and confidently ap penl to the people of the state for a return to the conditions that existed prior to the 'elections of 18B3. , Dismayed by the financial revulsion that paralyzed the business centers of the country, when the results of the national and state elections made; it certain .that thep'plicy of protection of home industries and the guarantee of public credit and _ sound currency were about to be'ovef- thrown by a Democratic president and 'a congress/ Democratic in both branches,; the leaders of the party, wholly In ppwer for the first time in 80 years, have,,had neither the courage to embody the principles set forth in thek'national convention at Chicago iii legislation, or the wisdom to abandon their threatened raid on the Industries of the country. ... But they have kept the business interests of the people in suspense and uncertainty during 13, months of unprofitable debate over the work of framing a revenue bill founded on no definite or recognizable economical system, corrupt on its face, discriminating against northern industries for the benefit of the south, openly denounced by a majority of those whose votes carried it to its passage, and not only fraught .with disaster to the people, but confessedly, stamped, with "party perfidy and party, dishonor," as an abandonment of the cause of a "tariff for revenue only," and. the principles and pledges upon which they were placed In power. "How .can they face the people after indulging in such outrageous discrimination and violation of principle" as are found in almost every-paragraph of the sugar trust tariff bill.. ' In view of the practical results of a year and a half of Democratic rule, we reaffirm with renewed faith and fervor the platform of the national Republican convention at Minneapolis. We demand the restoration of the .American policy of protection, and commercial reciprocity with our sister republics of Mexico, Central and South America and the governments of the West India islands. The Republican party of Nebraska hai always been the consistent friend and aggressive champion of honest money, and It now takes no step backward. While we nnd pledge anew to the veteran soldiers of the republic a recognition of their jusl claims upon a grateful pjop'.e. first Hill lot Secret**;? of Stole. Maii pin 12( Pickttt 24! Cnm-n 104 Piper M Evans 20! Fnlkr !l'. On tlia second ballot there was a stain (ieil.j to Piii' 1 !-. Mr. Pit-kHt arose ami nominated J. A Pi|:(:i- cf. Hiii'lrin county by acclamation nnd In it gonlieinnn win duly Vioininatei] by ii-i'Miimoii-t vote for secr'atrtr.y of stntfi Tli • cb-iirh'uvii then nmiotinced that hi hal mi nnportartt. communication t( reail. It was from E. Ro^ewnter, mcrtli bur of Republican national committee. The chairman rend: OMAHA, Aug. 22, 1S94.—To the Republi can State Coiivention: T\vo years ago till Republicans of Nebmskn, thrbugh tin unanimous vote of 'the state convention requested the, delegates to thenntiona: convention to place me on the national Republican committee, t have endeavored to discharge that trust loyally and conscientiously to the best of my ability The action of your convention impels me to tender my resignation as national eomtnitteeman. You have nomiriated a man for governoi who has been branded as an accessory tc forgery and perjury by a Republican congressional committee, of which Hon. Thomas B. Reed was chairman, a man who stands self-convicted of falsifying^- ficial f recoils and procuring the issue of n fraudulent voucher while acting in the capacity, of president of the state senate: • man who has. consorted with boodlers |and jobbers and converted the room ol the lieutenant governor at the capital oi 'state into a. den for debauchery; a man who has been the pliant tool of the rail[roads, iu season and out of season, and whose nomination was procured by the combined influence of corporate cappers, professional bribers, jury .fixers and impeached state house officials. I cannot and never will ask any self- respecting Republican who loves his state and country and desires to perpetuate the free, institutions under .which we live, under a Republican form of government, to help rivet the chains of subserviency to corporate monopoly^and tyranny Upon the people of this commonwealth.. Believing. it niy, sacred duty, to uphold tfae standard 1 Of true Republicanism at an'y"Bttcrlnee'I desire to be freed from all restraint which might be 'Imposed upon me by remaining qu the national .committee. Very, respectfully, E. ROSEWATGB. When it came to the, lines, "I am impelled to resign," the satisfaction of the audience seemed to only ba assuaged by long and continued applause. The chairman read' the letter with great 'difficulty, the yelling and cheering of the crowd 'drowning out his utterances. Hon. M. L. Hayward took the ' floor. "Without the discussion .of the situation," he said, "which we all so well understand, I move we accept .the resignation and nominate ,Tohn M. Thurston for. the po- eition." The motion was carried amid prolonged cheers. Thnrston was called for and responded in one of the grandest speeches he has delivered in many years. In addressing the convention he said that he was of the opinion that everybody knew more than anybody; he believed more implicitly in the integrity and honesty of the majority than in the minority and be beHeved, that there was rnpre, patriotism in the Republican party than in any one man. He was of 553'X 40IX wu thu 'MicColl was then called for but Dot in the room, Tho convention adjourned to 'A p. m. Mr. Kunuwater'* Action. At the claw of the morning ieaslo iRai?w»t$r favor bimetallism, and demand the use of both gold and silver standard money, we insist that the parity of the value of the two metals be maintained, so that very dollar, paper or coin, issued by the overmhent shall be as good as any other. We adhere to the doctrine that all railway lines are subject to regulation and .outrol by the state, and we demand the egulation of railway and transportation nes to such extent and in such manner 8 will insure fair and reasonable rates to le producer iihd conBumers of the coou- y. To that ond we iimlst that the laws mil be enforced forbidding the fictitious ipitalization of such corporations and liat the constitution of the state shall bo igidly enforced wherein it is provided; No railroad corporation shall issue any tock or bonds except for money, labor, or roprrty actually receiv^a and applied to tie purpose for which such corporation was rented, and all stock dividends and other ictitiouB increase of thu capital stock Or udebtedness of any such corporation hall be void," We are in favor of the enforcement of all lawn, whether they effect the individual or the corporation, and" we therefore leinuud the enforcement of the maximum rate bill passed by the last legislature, until thu same is declared void by the courts or is repealed. We are in favor of the enactment of aws by congress that will provide for the supervision, regulation and control of corporations engnged iu interstate commerce, with a view of preventing the flc- ,itloun capitalisation and excessive boud- ng of such corporHtionv. We dunounco nil co'inblnations of capital organized in trusts or otherwise to control arbitrarily the conditions of trmlo and arraign un criminal legislation the liiftiiifeMt ooncuBHlou of the tariff bill, »ow in the hands of thu president, to thu augur d whisky trusts, We rucognl/.u tb« righU of laborers to orguniisu, lining all honorable- measures (or thu purpoHu of dignifying their condition and placing them ou an equal footing with capital to the end that they muy both fully understand that they uru necessary to tho prosperity of thu country. Arbitration should take the plucu of strikes and lockouts for settling labor disputes. The extirpation of anarchy' is essential to the solf-pruHurvntlou of tho nation, aiu) we therefore fuvor thu puiidlnubill iu uou- yruss for thu exclusion of uuarchlMts,' Wu ruconuuuud that thu vusulng legislature submit an amendment to the constitution , to be- voted by the people at thp next gunurul e.luvtlon, providing for tho iuvustmuiit (if thu permanent school fund Iu statu, county and school district bonds. We bulluva that tho industries of our *Ute should be diversified, to relieve tUu maususof thu pooplu from dupeudeuuuupuu OHU olaus of UKi'luulturul proiluutn, sub- ittut to ufop fallurud, and It bulug dumuii- yUrutud tlial the Hull of this stutu Is adapt ?} tu Utu print notion of su|(ur buuts, uvui) iu dry HeusouB, u suurce of IncHluulublu wcmltli, we favor legislation that shall bring to our puoplu its full ruull/utluu. Kvor mindful of thu services un<l Hacrl flws of thu men who saved thu llfu uf the •nation, wu protest ugulnut thu illiberal unjust pulley of the pension uudcr tb« the opinion that the nominees of the The Switchmen's Mutual Aid association has sued the bondsmen of their late secretary-treasurer, W. A. Slmsrott, fb» $20,000. Five womeh went bttthhig in the San Joaquiii river, near Fort Washington, Gal. Orie got beyond het depth and in attempting to rescue her three of the others Were carried to au eddy Mid droYrnedk ficitonl Ydilhifty puzzle n long tliae (vet tbRt Word bcfoi-6 you tell how to tirohonni-e It. Tnko the lust end first inul i-«n-t linckwarcls. and >oti have the fnhllllnr wotd "hotleo." Thus It might pufc- zle you to learh that "Vrevocsld lAcldetn Ned- tog" oiire* IncliXeut tontumptlnn and til scrofulous Irtipnrltlcs «t thf blo^d, »nd Is a sure remedy for piles, tkln flffectlons and nil com• plaints dtie to deranged liver. Take tli« right hftnd end uf ymir title slid read backwards and von hiivelhe "Golden Medleel Discovery," the fninons p -eraTHtlon of M Pierce, of Buffalo. G»t bold oF the dl8ei«e by 'he right end. Don't TrHlttlll theundcrtik^r Isthe only Hmn tlmtcnh dp anything. ''9. i). D." cures consnmiitlon, lung ncrofnln. when tnketi In tho earl; stnges of the disease. A pi-isoner In tho- Uh'icagb Bridewell contracted sniallpox .in that institution. Nine hundred persons are confined there, William C. Aldrldge of MOnitenu county was nominated for congress by the Populists of the Eighth Missouri district, • Nothing Strange, Intelligent people, who realize the Important part tho blood holds In keeping the body In ft normal condition, llnd nothing strange In the number of diseases Hood's Barsapnrllla le iible to cure. So many troubles reMilt from Impure blood; the beat way to treat them Is through the blood. Hood's Sareaparllla vitalizes the Hood. Hood's pills are the best nfter-dlnner pills, assist digestion, prevent 'constipation. "l7ie tTi'ort 'oi* ralii-onu mf ikeia 'ill' au. Paul and Minneapolis to secure general reinstatement was a failure, Government officials baye decided to send endtigh warships to Corea to' protect American interests during the Japanese- Chinese war. , . Naval regulations have been changed reversing the policy of permitting right of Mylutti for political refugees on American: teasels. IT GIVES WARNING that .there's trouble ahead —if you're JBrettiDff thliL ft shoWs that [you? blbod .Is. impoverished, 'and' fOVKf i .organs deranged, po- that, 'whaterer y6u eat liils to properly 'nourish: 'you. And Just us you- remain'in this'condition. Consumption,' Pnetunbnla,' ond, pHier Scrofulous jujd! dangerous diseases are, likely to fasten''* " " ! You should, I _ self up with Dr. *«,*«,. Golden Me'dical Discovery.' .. Purify ' aijd ' rorich '.thai blood, rouse every organ into natural ao- tlon, and build up healthy, Vholeioma, necessary flesh. Ocian PfaiN.J. ' . PR. B. -V. PJCRCB:. Dear Sir—We have used 7pur " G.M.D." in our family and find nothing else to equal it. One of our children had tH» pneumonia, and one lung become consolU, dated, but by the use of the "Discovery "MM '"" entirely recovered,-and is now to'food CITY MEAT MARKET NIC BBITEB, Proprietor. convention woujd be elected by rousino; majoritieB when the votes were counted. Continuing Mr. Thnrston said: 'Were I to frame a platform, I would provide for the supremacy of the constitution lot the United States. 1 would hove it for the maintainauce of law and pr- der. I would have a clause for the suppression of anarchy, the protection of th? lives and the rights of' the citizen*, I would have a foreign policy that would insure eternal safety under the stars-and 'stripes, whether they floated over the sea or the land. I would have the protective tariff cf McKinley and the reciprocity of James G. lllalne. I would protect American products against those of tho pauperized countrien of the world, that they might not be brought into competition with those countries. Upon the question of the' federal elec; tlon lawj-I would have a free ballot and a fair count. I would have the vote for senators cn^ by the people, that their wishes miKht be respected. I would have the government own and control the transport'o'tlbiilines, as well as the telegraph system; I would furnish protection against unlawful capital nnd corporate power, declaring nu aggressive war against thu Democratic trusts, whisky, oil and sugar. Were I to frame a platform for the Republican party of the nation I would send every man to China who attempted to pauperise American labor. I would advocate one country, one people and one flag. I would urge an expansion of thp currency with American mints for Amur- loan mints, with silver and gold on u common ufjnallty. In addition to all this 1 would exclude from American soil all those whosu teachings menace American institutions, and, In conclusion, I would flout the American flag from the top ol every American school house, making patriotism us eternal as the stars. Mnjur* Ueoelvon BoMWWtor** l*tt«r. Tom Majors was called for, and, on taking the platform, he received from the chairman of the convention the letter of Mr. Bosewator. He proceeded to address the people, denouncing his old-timo enemy in the most vigorous terms. Mr. Piper then responded to the calls of tho convention, and made a short speech, Kobinsonof Madison nominated Eugene Moore for auditor, Curried ty ao- vlanmtion. Baker of Pouglos nominated Joseph Uurtley for treasurer. Curried uuaul- niously. For superintendent of public instruction, 11. O. Corhett received thu nomination, Hon, A. 8. Churchill was nouii. iwted for attorney general, ami Captain H. O. HussBll captured tho nomination for coiuiultttfiouer of public luuda and buildings, fbe ohoiowit Meat*, suob M Be»f Pork and V«al Steaks, Roast* • Stow* •to.',canThe had. Poultry Qaroe and Flsb South side Fif»b-«t. Cirroll. iova LOCK t The Modern Writing Machine la the invention of genius, oofotterad by old-iobool traditions. It bus been brought to perfection iu its mechanical details by tour yenre of experience, baoked by ample capital, helped by practical men determined to spare On endeavor to mannfaotnra a high grade machine wbioh shall produca the beat work with the least effort add in the shortest tim?. Its prioe may by a little higher than that of others, bat the Bar-Look is made for theolnos wbo want The Best Typewriter Possible, And the only doable key-board machine that writes EVERY LETTER IN SIGHT. ENDORSED bj those who ttse it: R. G. Dun «£• Co., 8t. Paul, Minn. Pinkerton National Detective Agency. 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