The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on September 21, 1894 · Page 8
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 21, 1894
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•MORTOH FOR GOVERNOR Chosen on First Ballot by New York Republicans. NOMINATED BY GENERAL TRAOY. Filiform Dcnli tiiirgely With the Great {rational Questions— Convention Went Wild Over the Mention of Fnssott'j Name Bnt the Bnllot* Were Cast For the Other •tan—Political News. SARATOGA, Sept. 19.—The Republican •tate convention was rapped to order at 18:40 p. m. Tuesday. Son. Lemuel Ely Qnigg of New York City was'made temporary chairman. Dr. Carey of Saratoga offered prayer, at the conclusion of which Temporary Chairman Quigg began his address, which was frequently interrupted by applause. On motion of Senator O'Connor the convention took a recess at 1:35 p. m. until 4:30. When the convention reassembled Hon. Warner Miller was made permanent chairmaiL The report of the credentials committee seating the Barnes delegation from Albany and deciding against the Milhollnnd delegates from New York was read and adopted. Congressman 8. E. Payne, chairman of the committee on resolutions, presented 'the platform, which extends 'greetings to the Republicans of Pennsylvania, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Maine "for their prompt and just judgment of an incompetent Democratic administration." The state Democratic administration is denounced for extravagance. National affairs are referred to as follows: Aeoepted the Democratic Challenge. The Democratic president of the 1 -United States and , the Democratic chairman of the ways and means committee of the house "of representatives have' announced the war against the protected Industrie! of the country has but just begun and that 1t is to be prosecuted to the bitter end. On behalf of the wage earner, the agriculturist, the business man, and of every sacred interest in the Empire state of the .Union, the Republican party of the •tate of New York, in convention assembled, accepts this challenge and pledges Iteelf to defend against nil assault the rights of the workingman and his em- jpldyer, both wantonly invaded by reckless demagogues. Then follows an arraignment of the Democratic administration, declaring: ,Jtts most important achievement thus far,has been fitly characterized by the chief executive as one of "perfidy and dishonor." " Ii has rewarded the largest cbn- trlbutors to its campaign fund by the bestowal of' foreign missions; denouncing trust*, it permitted one of them to formulate its tariff bill; promising a continuance of the vigorous foreign policies established by the lamented James G. Blaine, it substitutes a "policy of infamy" when Hawaii was freely offered us; denouncing the Sherman act as a "cow-, ardly makeshift," it was enabled to repeal the silver purchasing clause of the act only by the help of Republican senators; arraigning protection as a fraud upon labor, it passed a mongrel protective . measure so tainted with scandal that it barely escaped the veto of a Democratic president; advocating free raw materials and an extention of our foreign trade, it destroyed all the profitable reciprocal arrangements made by President Harrison; pledging itself to the payment of "just and liberal pensions," it treats the Union soldiers as if the G. A. R. badge was a badge of beggary and brigandage; pledging retrenchment, it exceeded at the last session of congress the expenditures of the corresponding session of the Inst Republican congress by $27,000,000 in the face of decreasing revenues, and after it had »dded ?50,000,(X)0 to the public debt; while pretending to be in favor of individual freedom, it has hastened to enact an odious income tux force bill, empowering deputy collectors to enter the homes of citizens and compel them by threats of official summons and heavy penalties to disclose their private affairs. We denounce northern congressmen for permitting southern members to protect the chief product*) of their section, while removing or largely reducing protective duties on the products of the north. We denounce the federal government for surrendering an annual revenue of (6,000,000 on wool and imposing a burden nearly 10 times greater by levying a tax ou sugar, the commonest household necessity. We favor an honest dollar and oppose any effort, whether by the removal of the tux on Btnte bank issues or the free coinage of silver to lower our currency standard, and we favor an international agreement which shall result in the use of both gold and silver us a circulating medium. The administration of Governor Flower is denounced, especially ills veto of the bill to provide funds for the police investigation in New' York City. Oeuvnll Tracy Nominate* Klortuit, General B. F, Tracy, in an extended speech, placed in nomination ex-Vico President Morton. He closed by saying: ''Follow delegates of the convention: A grave responsibility rests upon the Re- ]>ublic«u party of New York. It is our duty to place in nomination a man who i* not only able to curry the state, but oo« who will win u victory of such magnificent proportions as to satisfy the people of the nation and tho people of the commercial world that the Itopubli- ^aus ure coming buck to power in 1SUO and aru coming back to stay. The man i* the Hon. Lev! Parsons Morton." Audlouuo Vallvd Itself lloarnu, There was a storm of applause us General Trace/ finished, uud Bevorul monitor* wore on tliplr foot inking for recognition to Mooud the nomination uud ask for » vote by auQlguiutiou, but Colonel Baiter tureadad up the uUlo uud took the platform. The Ffttmot muii HIIW him and there was a tumult. Quiut was restored uud Mr. Baiter begun kit* speech, placing in nomination J. Bloim Fusuot for governor, When the iiainu of Fuunut wan ruuchud tliuro won tho most ivmark- ablu Ktjono of the seuslou, rowiiuliii^ ono forcibly of tu« HOOJIU iu ike llupuiilUiuu national Souvontiou ut MinneupoliH wlmu Bluinti roruivwil thu applause uud HU;TI•on the votu, The puoplu stood on tli>-ir feet uud wiwnl huwlkuruIiiulX, uud i .>r five luiitutiM Iliu vusl uudk-ncu yd! .1 Jtsfllf Itouivu. "Will yuu i'ok'fiutu this uiuu to Uiu rear?" asked the orator, after the n.p- plauso had ceased. "No, Ho, no," came in great volume. Silns B. Dr.tcher of King's county nominated Stewart L. Woodfbrd, John 8. Wise of New York, formerly of Virginia, also seconded Morton's nomination. E, A. Nash of Cattaraugns named General Bntterfield. Ex-Congressman Parker of Lawrence presented Vie name of .Tudge Leslie W, Russel. Only Required One Bnllot. Cries for a vote followed and the chairman ordered the roll to 1 be called by counties. Before Ontario was reached Morton had been nominated, and 'when the vote was finished the clerk, amid great confusion, announced: Morton, 538>£; Fnssot, 69, Woodford, 4(»; Butterfield, 39; Russel, 20; Bliss, 40^, and Arkell, 1. The nomination of Morton Was made unanimous, each of the opposing condi- dates making short speeches, pledging him their support. Judge Saxton was nominated for lieutenant governor on the first ballot, Judge Haight was nominated for judge of the court of appeals on the second ballot. The nomination, on motion, was made unanimous. The convention then adjourned sine die. SENATOR JONES', FUTURE COURSE. When the Nevada Legislature Meets lie- Will Refelgn and Aik For Re-Election, ' SAN FBANCISOO, Sept. 10. — C. Q. Powning of Keno, Nev., is in the city and in an interview stated- that Senator John P. Jones had indicated his future course to his' friends. He gays that Jones lias not joined the Populist party; but 'has gone" over 'to the silver party 'tit NeVada.' In the meantime ' Jones will disregard the demand of the Republican state committee that he resign at once, < because that would give Governor Colcord an opportunity to appoint a Republican as Jones' successor. For that reason he will wait until the Nevada legislature meets and then resign, 'offering himself as a candidate to serve out his own nnexpired term. • Powning predicts the success of the 'entire silver party ticket and says 1 that Jones' re-election will be an indorsement of his coarse. Jones' term will .expire in two years. SENATOR BRICE ON ~HAND EARLY. He Has Faithful nontenants Looking After His Interests at Colnmbns. LuiiBusi O., Sept. 19.— Delegates to- the Democratic state convention are beginning to assemble. Senator Brice, against whom an effort has been made 1 by some of the delegations to work up a: sentiment on account of his attitude in the late tariff fight in congress, is here.' The senator has ' trusted lieutenants on the ground to look after his interests, as appears by the makeup of the various ' committees. The anti-Brice men claim only four out of the 21 members of the committee on resolutions, the principal, one of whom Is Congressman Tom Johnson of Cleveland. The Brice men claim all but two members. The committee is also regarded as strongly in favor of free silver. _ • • Will Give It to Owens. LKXiNGTON.Ky.. Sept. 19.— The official! count of the various county committees show a plurality for Owens of 270 over Breckiuridge. There is no doubt that the committee will refuse to throw the nomination to Breckinridge as such action would in the opinion of conservative Democrats completely disrupt the Democratic party in this district. Victory For Bryan. ' SCHUYLEH, Neb., Sept. 19. — The county Democratic convention, in which Secretary of Agriculture Morton was being fought in his home county by Congress- 1 man Bryan, resulted in a victory for Bryan, the convention dividing. They indorsed free silver and Bryan for senator. _ ' Democrat* Split on Silver. BEATRICE, Sept. 19, — The Democratic congressional convention of the Fourth' district met here and split on silver, the straight Democrats nominating S. S. • Alley and the Bryan forces indorsing, Stark, the Populist candidate. Ten Counterfeiter! Imprisoned. GCTHBIE, Okl., Sept. 19.— J. W. Wal-l ker, John Cresley and Joseph Cowder of i Tecunuwh, were brought here and! lodged in jail charged with being leaders' of a gang of counterfeiters that have been flooding the territory with spurious' coin. This mattes 10 members of the! same gang now under arrest and it is believed that in their imprisonment, a-' dungorious gang U entirely broken up.- Spread of Cholera In Oullola, LONDON, Sept. 19.— The Standard's! Vienna special says official bulletins underrate the spread of cholera in Galicia. Riots caused by attempts to force the sanitary regulations have occurred in several places and the disorder! were no serious that it was necessary to cull upon the military to suppress them. Tuesday'* lUMball Oame*. nttBlmru, K; Uultimoro, 16, Oololuijuli, Ouni- burl unrt Weaver; Oleiuton and OUrk. Urn- jure, ItulU. Cluvulund, V; Drooklyo, 8. YOUQK uiul SSliu- iner; Daub and Daly. Umpire, MoQuuld. Bocoud Game— Cleveland, li Hruuklyo, 7. Oupjiy *nd ,0'Cunaori Lueld and Klnslow, Umpire. McQuuld: ' Clitowfo, 8; Now York, 4. Terry Mid Bcln Ivor; Huelii anil Parrel. Umptro, Lyauli. Becoud G»nui-0lili)tt«o, 0; New York, v' Orimth and Hohrlvor; Mouklu, Clark and fuller. Umpire, Lynch. Cliioliinutl, 4; 1'hlUrtolphl*, K>. Klsbor and Merrill; Taylor and ClumouU. Um])lri>, Ht, Louis, t; Boston, 4. l)rett«n«telo Mid Twlnohutm Btlvvttn uud Qaiiieu). Um|)lri>, Uurut. LouUvllU, 4; WunlilliKtou, V. Wudswortli and Lake; Merutr aud Uugdalt- Um|>lrt, Kwife. WKSTKUN I.KAUUK UAMEU. IiidluiiauuHB, 6; MlnnoupolU, i. l'u|i]ier anil WuKllake; C'ruxur and Wiloun. lu, 0; Milwaukee, .4. Huglwy aud Mo- Farluiuli Kvtluur auil liulun. Uiuplro, iluu- uuxau. Swouil Uuuiv— Tulvdu, (; Mllwuukue, JO. llluuuuil Mi'I''urlund; Ijtujihvutf uud liuluu, Uiuplru, Miuiuo^uu. Di'trnll, U; Moiu DHy, U. J'ourit uiul Juul. ton; llurtunU Kraue- Uuiplrti, WtbTJ.HN AbBIJOUlJUM Quliiu) , V; Ouiuliu, 11. Jttvlit.ouvUlu, I'J; Uutt JUuluu», 0. IE BEATS ALL RECORDS Seers Lands Robert J Under the Wire In 2:01 t-2. CARBONATE LOWERS HIS RECORD, Cerre Haute Trnck flohls All But Two of the World'! Be'cords— John B. Gentry Slakes a Mnrvclons Mile In the frne- For-All Pace — All* Greatly Dlanppolnts the Crowd. TEHRE HAUTE, Intl., Sept, 15.— World's records went • glimmering over the Terre Haute track Friday, which holds all but two—the fastest 8-heats pace and the fastest 2-year-old pj.cing race records. There is hung up here the fastest mile ever gone by a horse in: harness, Robert J,a:01J^; the miles of Nancy Hanks each in 2:04; the world's ; record for 4-year-old trotters made by Fantasy, in 8:00; the fastest (t-heat race ever: gone by a 8-year-old; Expressive's great race three weeks ago; the fastest 8-year-old trotting racing record, Oakland Baron's mile in 2:16; Whirligig's 8-year-old pacing record of 2:11); the stallion pacing record of »:08% by John R. Gentry; the stallion[recordof2104:by Joe Patdien; the marvelous mile by n 2-year-old, p'acer, done by Carbonate Friday in 2:(i9, and his previous record of aslO tied by Direct Jy. That is Why the town is wild with enthusiasm. : ' " ' 'Pacemaker Fell Behind,: • Geerawas up behind Robert J and at th'e 'Second -trial 'the "w-ord Was given. The clip was so 'fast that the pacemaker fell behind, the' first quarter behig dohe in i '" \ Up. the' hill 1 he wdht eVen'at a faster gait and Was' at the'half m'l 'M%. Down the third quarter the unbeaten gelding came like ' a ''Whirlwind, :2H>^ marked his time for that quarter, and he waa to the three-quarter pole in 1:80^, Qeen i with rein and voice gently reefed the gelding,,who came true arid, strong, never for> a moment wilting: under the terriBo trial, and Gears landed Robert J under the wire In i3.-0l^. Pandemonium broke loose, men ihouted themselves -hoarse, tossing; their oats and canes in the air; women set Midi dignity and waved handkerchiefs and 1 parasols to the melody of their more resonant applause. There was cheers for horse, 1 for driver and 'for the owner, Mr. Hamlln, and Geers was lifted from the sulky and carried up the- stretch on the shoulders of admiring friends. Carbonate Lowers HU Record. , Scarpeless lees marvelous was the great performance of the 2-year-old pacer Carbonate. A half hour before his only rival, Directly, had gone to lower the mark made .by Carbonate on Wednesday but the fast son of' Direct was unequal to the task and could do no better than tie ii ' Then came'Carbonate,' the beautiful gray son of Superior. Jack ' Curry held the reins over the youngster. Ed G-eers, with Ferdinand, was • the • pacemaker. The colt went away true and strong. He reeled off- the 'first quarter in :31)£; uphill he went to the half at a 2:08 clip, doing the half in I:d8^. Still faster was that speedy third quarter and at a 2106 gait he was at the third quarter in 1:35. His tender mouth caused him to falter for a moment when Curry took the reins to reef him. It was but for a moment and again he was away and landed the heat in <:5li flat, lowering the world's record for 2-year-olds. Again the crowd went wild and cheered both Carbonate, his owner, Mayor Duboia of Denver, and his driver, Jack Curry, until it was tired out. John R. Gentry'* Great Mile Heat. ! The marvelous mile of John R. Gentry was made the opening heat of the free- for-all pace, carried over from Wednesday, when he did the mile in 2:08%. Some caught the mile as fast as 2:03>£, and it ia believed that had the peacemaker gone after the black S-year-old a HUi.j harder tho Patohen Wilkes horse would have done the mile in as good as 8:08. i There was great disappointment over the Aliz performance. With so perfect a day and track, it waa thought the marej could make a new world's 'record 'for trotters. But she had tied the Nancy Hanks mark on Wednesday and it was too much to make a second effort the same week, besides she seemed nervous. She did not get away strong, it taking 81 l-'i eecondB to do tho first quarter, When the half was reached in 1:02% the crowd dropped back resignedly; The down hill to the third quarter was in the aame time us in the second. Then hope was abandoned by the silent crowd) On she came ut a still lower rate, doing the mile in 2:04 l-'t. Debt Glveu • UimrluH. , Pa., Sept. IK.—One of the largMt aud most intelligent audiences that has ever gathered in the oponi house assembled here Friday night to hear E. V, Debs discourse for two hours on tho eaute of the great sympathetic strike, Debs «aid be was opposed to strikes, but they are the only weapons which labor has to defend itself against the cmorpaob mento of capital. Ho advocated uniftca< tion of all branches of labor and cluiinei! that clasi brotherhood hit* nuver wou •ucottwful -trikoi thenwelveu. «rc»riAin Hack WASHINGTON, Sept,, IS, — Secretary G-reshain:hasi returned to the city from his visit to Chicago and. tos, his fatm in Indiana,. Kobinson. Declines Santa Fe 1'rnslrtency. TOPEKA, Sept. 19.—A story is afloat in railroad and financial circles that A. A. Robinson has been offered, the presidency of the Atchison, Stopeka and Santa Fo system at a salary of $00)000 a year t but that he has declined it,. saying: "I will accept no position with the Santa Fe until it has been thoroughly washed and dried." It is said, the office included the choice of making the president's headquarters at Topeka, Chicago or New York. Ah Editor tJ«n§ a Onn, SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.. 19,—B. M. Gopehvitch, editor, of a Slavonic paper called The Schin Americane, seriously wounded B. Bach, a countryman. Bach was wounded in the head and hand and will probably die. The shooting grew out of an article published in Gopeh vitch's japer. The trouble between the two men is of long standing, and they have been threatening to fight a duel. Will Manufacture •£!• Plate. LONDON, Sept. !».—The Daily News says one of the wealthiest' iron and steel manufacturers .now in. England states he and several of his friends .are so satisfied with the prospects of tin plate making in the United States, that they are forming » private company. to'"oommence the manufacture of tin plate on ai large scale. ' O»p« Crop PalUW a Third. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. J9.--ReportB from all over the state, received by the state viticulture commission, indicate that the grape crop will be even less than at first estimated; It is thought nowt that the wine' output will' not 'exceed) 12,<HHi,0<>0 gallons, a falling off of one- third in the crop.. :. '.' Well Known MlnUtor ttorldniljr Hnrb NEVADA, Mo., Sept. 10.—The Rev. William Mossberger, aged 90 years, a well 'known Adventist minister, while assisting in shingling a. house, slipped and fell 15 feet, injuring himself in- ernally so that lie will die. Let HI* Prisoner Eicnpe. : HEBRON. Neb., Sept. 19.—W. J. Green, who had W. W. Grates in charge bring- ng him back from Springfield,! Ills.,, to his place for forgery, permitted his prisoner to escape at Slater, Mo., while wking a nap. ; , CKOAB »*ru», la., Sopt, is.—in (be federal court Judge Shiran punned ten tence on about »' bootleggers,' fining them from flO't to f 100. Harry 1'nliner convicted of r-Uiug a f 1 bill to u $5, wua lentoncod to a year in Ibn pt-iiituntiHry imprisonment •impended during good behavior. Maryland U«tliiiciut«, 8opt. IB.— Tb(T action of the colored woman, Ida 13 Wolls, ii wakiug • u'luado iu Kuglund ti lyuoliing of uoloi'txl uiuu iu thin rooeived unqualified imlni-rtuiju-iii at thu closing uoBdiou oJtho Potomac «uoe of the McthoaiBt uhuruh. HAN FKANUSOO, Bojit. Ui.--Judge Mo Konim appointwl Almluco K. \Vnlkor rn- ccivcr ut thu Atlutilut-l'ucitir, vice J W. KriliUwt, Wiw IX'blgUud buiuu Jfty ' Whitney SalU For Home. LrvERHooi,,' Sept. 20.— William C. Whitney sailed for New York on,- board the steamship Majestic. . Arrested the Teacher. HEBRON,. Neb., Sept. «0.— Professor Wagner,, superintendent of the Hebron ligh school, was arrested by Oliver H. Scott, attorney and member of the school board, for whipping his son Storing for refusing to obey the rales of the ichooL SAI/T LAKE, Sept. 20,— The Utah commissioners have promulgated! a new registration oath, which is giving more sat- sfaction, as it enables all those convicted of polygamy, who have been pardoned, to. vote. _ • They Called Him Back. SALT LAKE, Sept. 20.— W. V. Hel- Tich, charged with embezzling large luniB of money from the : Weber school district, has been brought back from New York. O'Rourke I)<H||-|III. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. —Super vising- Architect O'Rourke of. Ihi treasury department tendered his, resignation toSeo- retary. Carliale Ki'Benator liowen For Coligred. PUEBLO, Colo., Sept. 15,— Ex-Senator Thomas M. Bowen was nominated for congress by acclamation by the Second, district Republican-, convention, Friday'* Uatieball OamM, • St. Louis, 1; New York, 0, Clarkeon, and Miller; Meekln and Farrol. Umpire, Hurst. • WK8TKHN LEAGUE OAME9. : Grand Rapids, 8; Mlnncapolie, 7. Rhlaei and Spioa; Baker and Wilson. Umpire, Kerinij. ^ IndiunapollB, U; Kangea OJty, B, Phillip* »nd Wcslluko; IJurby and Doimhuu. Uuiplru. UerldHii. i Tuludo, llj Slaux City, 0, Foreman.and tto Furlaud: Klllcau and Kraus. Umiilre, Man •L88IU1. • UetroK, IBr Mllwa^hou. 18, Guylo, Bar* otiil Juutzun; tjtcphorit and Umpire, McUunald. WKUTltllf.- AKKOOIATION QAMM. JiiokBuiivlllc, Ui; Ouiat\tt, 4, Poorlu, II!; De» Molues, 6. Qulncy, l| St, JosepU. t, _ Lynoued • Hone Tblef, X' .*. GurauiK, Okl., Sept, -JO,— Nows ie received. 1'row Lincoln, a Biuall town about 100 ujilta from here, of toe lynching ol thu leader of a gang ot horuu thieves, His name was Perry Cook, Ho bad aided in several raids of Into and a posse of furuwra Dually came upon him iu t cavu. Ho bud iu hi* poesossiou half t dozou stolon hornet), which fuut uo , out ruged the furmurs that they banged him to a treo without giving him time to say it word, _____ _ Blilrtmaker* l're|>arl»« to »trtk». NEW YOUK, Bept. iio.-rghirtmukers the number of 8,001) uro preparing lor t geuorul ulrike against the present low wuges uud nweating system. By th4 Hucicemi of the coatumkera and cloak. makers, tbo oUirtmakerit, a far moro iut' povorishud lot, feel uufHclently onuour agod tovngugo in a general movomeui all along ttm lino, iuwa PKUHIA, la,, Sept. 18.— Tint St. Pan) and Kaunas City graiu elevator, together with a mmibftr of corn cribi and a bant, buriiud lion), Uulvli Uciweuu H«U»i<f0r and lve«. 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