The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1892 · Page 2
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THE tUPPR lOWJu WEDNESDAY, zSec sin* aoS Hltea a* tsc&s&m • mean fes UOCBU, icrrA, _ UOZiffiB. __ . fsteytsr -was Sauy StaH»*C ani ffir B a t aare *• ~ at it .flrferaaitarjk* 4 * . T ^ **& iiBeS Mist S'i * «sssM»~:te»r. si tea- see gtsj&ir tbe *96&&>. l it «o /. _, •» .• yK r> .-« .-as- __,* --- . 2 jSf £r^3?Z 'tii f&ftfejt&**T*K '^'B^VtfQC ^1-^T^Sfji^y .^ ^g -TJ — jsatigr» saraustoiB. u?tssnt • t«K-cans. ^ _> % H Btrsdi£»£'.a1>l8bei | """ t3 " !^^twi7«r5H-!«{a»rjw*Wffi-- : ; j>jr <^ E^ac aswrc rf t»k* KHhaar. •] xi& t>? tmifeff -rara side sA VS$ , *^ tarfntes Jte Mr, £%arg? "ST. CiSlSr. fie Si jD%mVsr t£« t;' ¥rJ _ „ . '** ** ***, fr-rtr-r-n I CSAW^ZT -&- jbteETT aerae; ta? p&j- •** »0tos tX-fK^l^lMtir,^ it , at i,pj t lo rj jj^j^ fi? IrtSijriiicj j*jiE 'ii.-%t:] ;niiidtfer vdi*e Krari rf 5l. Jrix*'- MJTS. fi«sa3ct«;i~asi one «{ itear tefl. Mxe. Bores , -Ait,. Tie •i, „, elrert- -tsar lint ti •"* e * «ierf! .,. t-', ...^..-.- 1 FZBBS ., i»ao a CT s *»f 'S>9Ha» iasszis* AaaesisiKB cidzji^ fiae lees. Bsfc ^ it. i« e a- . £i ife IS msLe b= fi* be SnenESS SH£ of ItSW infl. fm&efet »Hi 50?-, the fsinre trfids ' of it? ssfpssters.. a* "TeQ doas for its spsedy rate Use as? cf i»!i f9'«i moseroi lie to sft Mm fre* ' he OOP? BalM. Witi a the 1 teifc iJJSU sad of ' Plank AJhssse? Ksesssffi i fe SsaarwliaJ Fisjjs-d ! aereessart, cs- % s cf teg5sMk<B as shaii in ! SETS lie •m»!7'ntg5Gsara ijj jjjg pasitj of Us T" sa^iais at-d ^ossJ po-rer-ci eTSTrdoii - •si &i"5s: Bad trg d pr ;j rasteaaaitk is saofa o:ia. as efpsialij tfcat aad We iEtist appn fcr ..,.., -srirwi sss wr £„ '"A JiStfe J'^ns • A }«t3HVSi -ti&Ari •will l<*r fitted •wyti- 4yavavt •'»£ a i','",s 3 vf 1^09ibw»»- yt**x, vb'jfjs pow-r wijj Vs altted kt *iifM «J*jd*i'; i£»9tws fer- <as to« «:xse ztescSw v? *i!«. It is taaA iiis Jw « t« s •RTfiiSe dririnjr | Jifcz'ili, *rf Ifc-cife-ri, iar imsaW 9i oaa- r^to d%tb"t^ ITIralJ •S^**' Lsrd cf eaitie. " | „!?*;£**^f *sf «-"3»T »* ^""S.27** FSASX CEATTT. a nilfer at Arzyk, DL. «Wi4*79.. rw^«^«131^,*j* Triife is Intfcixz Saadarr JPAInroad J irf cms fared tritt £-JjJ£i&2ftt fur The oar-' vs, ^,.,.41 x ' j S -rr_ •>/!'• ^ TJBB j*s«B.t?*a«s».»«f.o.1 TUK %*s« cf svr t«iitk/a, 2s ii.% -beat pb'> sf ti^ Vili%t i* '^.«i jait il"«i fr'/ia it a iiffl air rifl-j JB inx','A tat t/3Ji%t a a trail <• A (s i« t of IL* s taten tbe 2/*t in the Z-ariiasa «>!J¥g-e fi di*x3 at BxwisiEg- -, V«'*djD.%*4ay, aged 77 ir'«raivat «rps.b3Ic23 Leri K, Fdier for Xse p'^fofiia d>«iar*i'} for toa- iiauor of THJE fvsrtb azmaad * o/d»rr of. S'xrttita Ckit? -xf tee Tuesday. Six-s n I iis -depth sad •was"dro*aw3. H« 3eaf« £ fsEaJy- AT Jfirwark, O.. HtttttiDg ttaiick twj s'Tie of WinfitM Hsrl/rw trM?* in eacb 2E in a fffina. Hecry, agsl 5. idJlftd and tie otte- badly isjar&i. H^ATT storm oi^arred neia 1 C^-JHT ds, Iw&t W»dae*day zd^bt. rii, ea«t aa-dl with —ere traiti* TF*TS aJj iais. •AT EOTnirg Frederick a« a jitaitcr ia the . at Caica4ri?, and ii> errtii"S>3r ajd A Bi:J- 12? C3JT3JEJ'- lie tsz:5 piaei .leea rs»d by rOiic'. :5a'5i a psrticii :•: it pleadad f< cf fara-rr? zsd tbe labrriss - . T?riisis of •castabJe ssaey £ad a Sacteat- clssss £ T=TJ 'ots acd at tee tie p'atfvna had Ssaslor Vila*, >"saJ. of toat prec«asi a a.'ey set. E» 1 arfesd^d U* E2!J'-TitT lepsri. l-^t fee iras loefeated fcy arete c-f -^4to 4>2. Great \ srtplKise ccar&euerise-d tbs ersat.. A gres-t rairxrjana lopke orer the irig- arr, atjd Ta;er prjare-I in os tbs people. Till 2 o'elcei £t cisrbt f j»a?cbes were .? SE preset-tirri' the EaEse§ -:i caadi- - J-tr^ey, in aa v rover Ciere- -r-Tirsor Al'bett, of Ksr 'S idd-"-«. r-rc:'.f« oi>.t a CJn in- Bwfcs, V»V/rw-tt*rr, igb'^r <if M.ie. B. J pec-p-t ., bat fa'ka tw'r) jacat on Ci-pnse, t Ow lb« rs to It i* a M/Jid gold »j%da' of a Ir/aJ. of to te VIJTU a* a &urta. Kvdt an as tew xlitjutt U "pz'twid Mom It ttazid* tc-r K'/xJ wnitj; a« v/tll !iyj»«, Tb'xn h mm*, hunor in fifti-cfew ev>k tna/j a itt'ud-rzte or zrthi. '^" c-«i .. 11 570 K recently oc/ndoctft'l m tb.<r erf f>bTt'it,lf>siy t in l'<tri* f that *}« i.«;;c<;J 'yf ibe o^ cw taint tbr<^ priu':iiA#s, i'of. fini 'A whic on* i/y we«ik«A«d and Lurj^ry nerv* ti*- tu*;*, a»d t}A<j tbird i&\Ain% io. i/« hu^k <// 1 1 ;* <x<*t, />/• />a».//jtid, to ac-t a* a jirativ^ by She irjii of « Mr. iiaxt-K-ell, of Hirifwc. wiso died. % £]gja bcerd of trade, Mosdsy. =i'/f pr;';••« of bj'Aer v?a>; froa 17 Ta 1 ; bigbe'et pric? for tbe •week ia four years wa.- 19 M'yB'lay'e tzi^i w*rjr%: At IS ettit?, &vu r idfe; at 1S% c*flt«, 5J,0551bs.j c*ai«, O.-SiO ib*. t/.-ow FORB1GK. BIJ-MAKK w*db aa will profit tb* wild Q e*n Vietr/ria&t Wku- CHOJ,KKA is *rtilJ epidemic ia , nr.d tawe i* a lartie number of deatb* daily /roin t A MAJ< ii'/iitff in a tubu/1/iis j> iov/« bau mvjrfc<i to *]«>•;(ridty )/j tew/hit Ifliit from ih<-, mid* of -<if<:<:i und lh>; cat* thai climb Lh g/ tb'j bjgb wall, b*; pr<rfcM;» a tb'.-w a *b<X;k. 'Jiif; in tb« air, tuj/ji; a c->wp|(;'.'; arjij lb',-« ilw&sHik v/ith all fc/ur f.ir«rt out i<tr<;l<:h<'il H« if to ft/, and a* fvr tbfs iuck- /;«yfrr ttQublw (b«t !'w,- u^-ain. Ti u\w;irlKii<l ({.HIM 'MM proved tM bu a gr-r; if, to ij>iv<: on tbo iiriiicifiltt of ' OM l/jwi/'o/j," Jt vvjJI unit \iriwA kiiiiitu of Hi/a/ikh buildiit^h (sue/; ;u HUM: uxhbul lit Klori^H, iijj.u'" ( ;r v/lUj a rr/j/y of (ho catb/sJral at Ht, Aug U«<;'. O.d I5'^:tx/« will In; riiiifiumHui \>j Fuiciuil Hull, ajj'l N«v/ A'udloriiHijj by u • bit of 0/<; lower city H|JOWJ»I« uudnnl v/iilt iij') old city jail's. H(i';p:i with m- l<:/j<Ja.i;lii i/i (.•O'.tijjuiiii of the epoch and u grand fijalihtii; prow/(^ioiial pl,iy ijiiowu/g t«(!lit/nli»/j< o) 'J'jluiubub aru iimong tin; uttnwUo/M. Tki; citthi.-diul will be u /utWftUdJ forcuriohitu:hyf O.U AmericM U;KJ Cylumbuu, 'J'he curruviuc* of (Joluinbun 1 fl';'.:l ur« U; be n:-|,i-odu(f)il at Ihiu little and (/July jiv.'il of flio world'H fair. K ho(;ii'/rv ^: Hl(/f(j il llttill.'lititble ucuidujil. »:urre<J i>> one of our grciit innLim IcitriiHiK by ni'-uiiH ol wliii.li a young lil'o liitij been ullnrly ob-cu;. d \W\\n tins j'i|{.! ujion u uolli-j/iiii) by l,iri f'.:llo//i{ )iui) Ic.d Io iJeiith. Initiation i;il<, u i'M'.i'>-A w:oi(;ty in H/KHV niado t.Jio /ncilium of Intul iiijuriifH to tin; luiviw.;. In ii, i|.,l linn.', K<'''Hi;lii<:ii of Uio iiluiuni iUid «1 UK; I'ucultiwn, tliat thih wort of l,hin(/ hlmulil t.topV Tln> dcalh of yoiinj; Jtuaun ni. YiJ,, U ul.lOI't tillll) HillW), Will-, but Ol'.i! of Lilt) of HJinihir blo'.n or. tin; fair i of umvrrHilii-ii anil colK-^cniii llii... country mid. Kuroji^. It is a hul.j H't of con(,;ratulitUon ihat Ihn cia,toiu of ii dying out, brauisu it bus bwn rciiWHscd by collugo |)i-c«idont« throuyboiil. tbci (/nitcc! Hi-ntos. Uut what avuilu it if ti wittkly lad in relieved of ths rigord ( I' the fiiivago practicul jokes of the "sophH," only to fall into the hands of Homo t.eei\l. aooioty wboso uicvubBrs uro cbiody uuxioui iu uu initiation k> secure u new victim to to liove "fun" with r Let sucb iuitiatioua as these go tbe wuy of condemned Jin?bg, M^BTKB KAKK, of tie Belfast , declared that General Lord JVol«*y will }ea/J Ulttw teen &%<t,int.i tbe t of tbe ewpire. 5ftTAS-/oj'ou/.o aui_ouaced of tuy G.-ee*/!; cabinet ia the fj'cssHiber Monday. TMK ^ing and <jueen of July arrived at }i ?ri)« Jif j«!iay and ruceived a Medial wc-l- 'x>.';;e f joio tbe emperor and emprei-ij of force* under the comrrjand of Harou JJulon have b:;en **verely <fefe ted iu It/e .Marble !er/i'x/ry. Jt "i* bflieved tbat ote Kuropeatj atd 100 of tbe Scmdan- f. •«••; were iriil'-d. }.v the HJUfjk-ipail f Iwiion beid in Jt-mjfi n'j!s>\*y, tbe Ji^rai candidate*, includ'nix <;i I'M mit:r Crii>[>i, were vicUiriouK. Sitf- /jor OriKjii say* be v/ill devote the re»t of his jife u» tbe welfare of Italy aad ft^rne. '1'fjKiK.K have been t'-ying to force Glad- tto/4ii r band on tbe borne rub: question by (iecUrinjf that it was con'(-;npia!ed 10 reduce Ifiuh r(-prew;nlation to tbe imperial of tie party, Sandiy on tbe Detroit, Mich. TTO yootcg d a raaa oa tbe yacht to reseae tbeto. A KSVT oocorred at a negro picnic near the Ivatiocai cemetery, s-iz raiies from Ttun., n wbieb tbree men shot or e'.abb'sd to death and over a s Mrri'»isiy iojared. BCDOI.PH, Edith and Ma^^ie Pitioek ifld E-Jna E-caardgon, ranjfinir in age from 12 to 15 years, -were drovrnet 1 at Nevi'le I>;had, near Pittsburgh, by tbs ap&Atiatt of a baggy tbey bad'driven into the Ohio river to • FKIDAT. JCSE 17 Hocea. — Tbe conJerence report of '.be coutnittee on tbe river and harbor bill catce up. lir. Herman, of Oreeon, to agree to tLe Keoate amendments, acfi ad"cx;ated tbe necesfcity for tbe proposed ebip railway around trje Dallee, and for a canal connecting Like Washington with Puget Sound . Mr. Biancbard opposed tbe amenduieut ».nd insisted upon a disagreement, which was ordered. Tbe Sibley teni bill waa taken op, and on motion o7 .Mr. Grant, wa* laid on the table — VPB.I V/KDNESDAV, June 22. SEJ; ATK — Mr. Sherman, referring to the prudent')* message reipectiag re- ciprocial trade with Ctna/Ja, a^.ked tha*. the printing be hastened in 'Her that tbe coMiiiittee on finance could at once coarid- cr tbe subject. The act of June, 1&83, providing for tbe construction of a bridge TJIK anii-Prfrnellif/« nave te'ecte 1 Tim 'itfcry Ht-aly to htand for N</rtb Jjiij(,'ford, wbich he now reprO'.entK, and lion, E 1- v/;ird Hhkfi of Canada to be candidate for Kouilj Luigford. . 'J'liKbiuv nearly every telegraph operator in Hjwn left bin inhtruini'nt and went on a Htnke, being dinbaiii-fjed with tbe Ii' U'H of labor and wageH, IV; wirc-s in Madri.l W.ITO worked by the operators at tb« ttiililury telegraph Ki;:vioe. HA VAuior/ wan found Kiiilty by the jury ufi'-i ii)':> nad been cut but, fifteen unriuu-s und lie V/UH Heutenved to dwtb. Uuala anil tii« woman, Soubero, v^no wore H.C- cu«!i;d of being Jl^viwhoi'H aicoraplice<i in the murder of tbe hermit, Jj.-uneJ, were acquitted. WIMJAM H. PAiNTon, who murdered Mr«. W. Slrunnngi-r, wan hanged at York, Pa , iSiit unlay. WILLIAM Mcl.NTOHii, of Mancbef-ter, lc,w:i, hiioi, iiimiielf through t'i(j h'jart, Weditr -HiJuy, on account of di^p a ,)oung rolling mill omiiloyi-, criiiiuiiiii:ii nuicidi> 'WwlnijH- day, ai fijiringfield lit , by lunging him HI-,) m riin burn bru.iUHoot I bo di^gruc'i of iiih KJhllT. MoltK Irooj.'H are ordered to Tower to du : with Hlriliing niineiM. TwiMitv riny- idi-rrMiru urrM<'d and the b.ickbone o tin; (lillk'idly in ri'girdcd bioki-u. PuiN(!M MIOJIAICL, the "Flying Hill" im|i'ml.or, ol U.'troil, IN M)nli : iicnU Io five yi/iii'H in tbe Miubigiiu Htati' prioou for UH- Biuiltii)g a. young girl. the Mitsoari river nf-ar Oajaba. v?a< amended, eztending the time for the completion three jeaj-^ from the pawage of the act. Mr. Cull j_n reported fbe pont- < ffice appropriation bill. Mr Allison rep rted tbe agricultural appiopiiation bill. Adjourned. HOIJSK —The chaplain in big prayer, aMudfd to the de*tb of Erntnons Biaine, an/J inv -kf-d the pitying fove of tbe Divine Ueing on tbe be eaved father, mother, and widow. Several uoirnporD- ant ir.i-HKuntH were passed, after which the houue went in'o couunittee of the whole on the i<eneral deficiency aopropria- tion bill. THUHSDAY, June 23. SK.VATK — Mr. Sawyer ri-pirted the h'luse bill gntntirg n right of way to the Marinette und We«t<-rt roa'l through the Menorninf-e Irdian re-ervation aud aekec tbo unanirnr>u-< consent for irarnedia'e con hi(h-Mian. This was agreed to and after a few unimportant amendments, the bil wi>< pawM-d. HOUBB. — On tbe assembling of the house to dn.y, it, being found that there waH not a quorum present, an adjournment until to-morrow was at orioe taken. SBOTEB rr CHICAGO, Jaae 22 —At 10 //C_:>CE tide 5rjjy tbe ysicriini'S c-s£.^in.^ m tc-e ^r*-&t lias drdicz tbe fe'"?-itet' • s f-?ii ia t-fat " aid Tsre bs-ingr o^ear-ied bj tioa csiae, 15 093 iace* tcc<D? ap in gitlierie?, diiaSy ia tbe ihado-K-s of ice _ lower gallery and apoa lie 2.:>sr of th.e j Acruei, the Angel of Death, Hovers nearer an, lometlmeii, than we are aware. It In Hater far when we are unwell u> euapect bin |jro|j|ijqiilty than to Ifuore tho iiocilblUty of hln iiKurimmi. Citmlou la a trail In which thu majority of mankind are constitutionally lacklujj. rh» uronfcDBi-ii to ditre^ard a "flight colil'' li i?urllcu- Inrly »irlklni{. Thin minor ailment IB, however, a ijrwIecMmof of la «rl],.,«,» malady which whei dove>o|« 1( J of the mout Alal character. a» mortuary utaiinlcn atteet. AJurr a chill, or when th» |ir»i.r»uiory »ym|itoinii of Inlluenza —«uch as kimexliiif and Blnverlni.', mccccil^d by feverlnh- rifim and .lryne«i)of the fkin-aie uerceutihlc, liiimi.Mllate recourue ehould 1,8 had to Hometur'it hli,mttc)i HlttHCt, a genial acielerator of tha blood B circulation, which wooi n circulation, wliicli (liffiinuK an i.greaable, 1? !'" ,*""i .'.''J?.' 01 "*' 1 *'!« «/»'«"> »nifuclly« o( KKV. ing tin Lfbiuio biMteii duy. U. NKAL, who IIUH bue-n conduct- ggi'i/nHivu iuitivaloon cainuaign at , Inil., wa« untmullcii uud badly y IMC Lloyd, a aaloonkei-pw. Fri- iir« enlertuinoil of lha accidental dentil ol Ubarli-v UuuduMoii, who wa.i found dro.viiuil at Viinuulia, 111., Sunday, it in Uiouglit by BOUUI thtit h^ wiis murder- od mid thrown into thociiiek. JOUN KUUUJMJS, who, with his Charliw, robb»d tbo brother about u mouth ago, wan trucked to Woodland, Cql., by u sh Tiff Suuday uuil fatally »hot. Duuug tb« ttttaok: on the stage John JJug- j.laiui, iheumatimn and kidney trouble. A wino- befors teUriug Induce* he«lta7leJdlnf! A llAltl> Arouiul In Iowa VVn-ukn Kami liulldlr, B B. A/i'Kiaoo, lowit, June 16.—Huportu have just roacbi'd thi« ciiy ni a diauntrouu JairricuiiO which pawed (LT.nigh tho north- euKt portion of t,b« count', e>rly tliiK ufier- noon. Tbe ftirin ot (j-ni:r,.i A 0. Fuller, twi'lvu mi!<'H north of: (iv-ry building wrecked, from no IIV.JH were lo-t. other minor dumii'j-o county. , wnt; visited und An tar as htfard 'J'-'uro is much throughout the A *-oo r. I'uul c.cli) iiu NKKNAH, Wiu., Juno 20 - Paul Paulson, tho 6 yoar-old son 01 J. Piiulsou, of thin oily, while catching on tu« cars near the Central depot, fell ucdcr the cars uud bud bit) right foot out i if. A' erica? 11:39 Err. Alfred H. Hecry. of Chioa.20, 'C'Sersd praytr. Xbe cozmzi3tt»?e on cre--d-sstisu? annonccs-i tba* it Troa'd not bs re-> Jy aniii 2 p. ra. In the E?2utici? A!--Hira% -Jele^atft seat np a memorial for the r^ooiu'iocs comniit- ts%. Tbe c^inmi'.t^e OB resoiatioa.? -sras called aai passed, not bnug read. Delegates Broason, of K^jmtucky, and Engiiib. of Icdiaaa, ^ere inad; a committee to learn trbeii tte eredeDtiali corataittee •sroold report, asci meaciitu? tturt; was a wait, and the firft ifltttieof tbe ga!krie-. A? Eog?r Mills entiisa the bail there «n op a shout audit ere^ria a rattling TO! ley from Mi'ls to Hiil. and the gallcrie- taiinfr hold, made a Hill cboroj. Then tipo-j motion cf Thomas JjbssoB. th ?iri_;]et£i teaaior of Oaio, ilr. Mills w£ iorit^d to addre?s the o:»DTention. Bj Mr. Mills was r«porvrd not well encngi io e&?aV and s^oa irii tbe bill ior hi holef. Delegate De Young, of Michigan, ieap- ing upon eis coAir, Eoved that Ssna'o i'almer, of Il-inoi=, be iari'ed to aJdrf-s tbe convention A committee sought Mr Palmer, and when tbe &ray bairfed Eecato was seen coasiag down tbe able to tc desk a cbe^r v?ent up that grew iiito ; roar. "Gentlemea," cried Caairman Offtn; "it is not nete-sary for in-; to introduce t< yoa this warhone of democracy." Mr, Palmer put his bearers in a pleas ant mood at once by a comical story ana =ome light comments ou the crowd. Tn keynote of Mr. Palmer's talk was unit, and co-operation. "We want no sku ker in this great fig'it; every man inus work," he said, and tbii sentiment wa cheered louolv. "Hill is the roan," came a voice from up in the shadows beneath tbe roof, am the name of ths New Yorker was cauah up and shouted untU from the .shore of Vh sea of face/ in the lower region, a sYrill Hybilant hiES shot out ioto the clamor o sound. It grew and srew until the cheer and hisses died away in a quiet. When the aged speaker claimed Illi nois would be democratic, tbe shouls wer wild. Co). Fellows, in reEponse to calls, stahei. that as a aekgate be would speak at the proper time, but not at present. The credentials committee was then urmounced an jeady to report, and Johu K. Lamb, of Indiana, presented a unani mous report. Sitting Dal«gate f3arnard of the first Ohio district, wai seated; in Utah, 0. L. Henderson anc John 1. Cain, the Mormon delegates, wer teated; in Nsw Mexico and Arizona th chimof each to feat six delegates wa_ conceded, and in Alabama the contesting delegation was given seats on the flooi without votea, and Norris and Davis were saated from tbe District of Columbia. Tbe committee on permanent organization thfn reported William L. Wilsop, o West Virginia, as permanent chairman, &. P. Shterin, of Indiana, for permanent secretary, and a list of assistants anc vicfl-presidente and secretaries Ly states. On motion of Don M. Dickinson, a committee of five was delegated, himself being named by the chair as the head of tVe committee.to notify tbe permanent officers of lhi;ir election and escort them to the platform. While the crowd wailed the ball darkened by outer clouds, and the rain came dashing through the skylights, and the band played cilcby music. At 12:25 p. in. Mr. Owens introduced Permanent Cbiirrnan Wilson as "one ol (be bravest democrats of tho nation — Hon. W. L. Wilson, of West Virginia." Mr. Wilson made an earnest speech, and then an adjournment till 5 p. m. was taken. . ._ afpiaaselssi- Hi-.'s ramealsaset ^ Witt, of New T;rs. iaade a great F-'eeeh for Bill, 25 did a'.»o Col. Feiiows aid BzrkeCocbr&a, of that stale. Dozens of other nien spoke in iaror of Lierelaad. Hill and B:oe-. aad mo. tion aflsr m^tiop —a= sade to adjonm, j wst tbe oc'STinticn ivas tTidently bent on j o'cJoc'k to* greateit eiciKra^ii preralled. Tijas s;ote for Cier-iiard is lid also many otters." o'cloc'c La tbe A baJbt i niomirg r«:i by tbe loilosr Tbe ballot; The KteulUK SfcBnlou. The reeolutions include the "tariff for revenue" plank in the Tilden platform of 1876; favor the Nicaragua canal project; ouposes all sumptuary la.ws; are against "force" bills; ank for reform in the civil Bc-rvice and tbe recovery of public lands- are in favor of a strong navy, a fair aad liberal pwisiou policy, but tbe abolition of the 10 per cent, tux on slate bank isfcues; donouucn the Kussian government for its treatment of the Jews; oppose Chinese iniinigraiion; approve river improve- aents rationally carried on; and believe fli ° • world's • fair worthy of ;he iberal federal aid. In regard to education the platform says: "The democratic party is opposed to state interference with parental rights and the rights of conscience in the education of children as an infringement of tbo fuuda- nr • democrat)- loetrme that the ai 6 ed|i individual .<«:(it s in C'cT-.-i-iini's sslsctioa Tore: iriblnk^CirTei.cd 14,'Hil! 2, B'sies 1. German 1, MorrirSi 2 CaapbiiJ 2. ArkaD£a=—C'eTclinu 15 California —CJeralaad IB Coloradi>T-Hill 13, Bjies -5. Connecticut—Ciereland 12. Dilaware—Cievelsnd 6. Florida—CLerelaad 5, Cirliiie -3 G-orgia—Cleveland 17, Hi'3 'o, Gor- Idaho—BaieE 6. Illinois—Clereland 43 Indiana—Cleveland 33. Iowa—BDUS 23. Kansas—ClevelaEd 20. Kentucky—Carlisle 6, B:>ies 2, Cleveland 13 Up to New York Ctevekn i L:-ui-iana—Bjies 11, Cierelaad 1, Hiii 1. M line—Hill 1, Wci'.n« 1. Gjrmic 1. Cievelan-I 9. Maryland— Cleveland 9.^. Gorman %. Massacbasetts—C!tT;lai'J 24, Hiil 4, Bsiesl, Ra=seil 1. Michigan—ClcTiland 2-3 Minnesota—Cleveland 19. Misssssi_ppi—HiU 3. G^-su 4. Boies 3 Missouri—Cleveland 1-5 G--riian3. Montana—Boie.- 6. Nebraska—Cieveland 13. Nevada—B>k& 4, Gorman 5. New Himpshire-Clev'l^nct 8. New J^rse) wCJe^eland 20. New York—Hiil 72. North Carolina—S-'ev^nsfn (111 ) 1 Morrison 1. Cievilauc 3^. »-,ies 1. North Dakota—C'(=v^;;.,: 6. Ohio—Cleveland 14 : B ;ies 16, Carlisle a, Hill 6, Gormon o. , Oregon—Cieveland S. Pennysrlvania—Cieveland 64. Pihod<- I-iiand—Clevelani! 8. South Cjrolina—Boies 14, Hill 3, Cieve- land 1. Sou:* Dakota—CievelaM 7, Boies 1. Tennessee— Cleveland 23 TVzis—Hiill, Boies 1. Cleveland 23. Vermont— Cleveland 8 Virginia-Cleveland 12. Hill 11, Gorman 1. Washington—Cleveland 8. West Virginia—Llevcitu d 6 Pattisnn I /-, n TT -11 i -.t*i- ^* w, A avtiOUll , Gorman 2, HiH 1. Wisponsin—Cleveland 24. Wyoming—Gorman 3, C^veland 2 Alaska's vote norniaatf>d Cleveland Dstrict of Columbia—Cieveland 3 New Mexico—Cleveland 4 Utah—Cleveland 2. Indian Territory—Cleveland 2. justice. it is pre$*y osrisij! fiat if Hsaios lisar i* us fa ist_be<a»?. lieEiore .^..j rtsined Ibs colprit, the ajflre ii9 £SCE1>2. W S BT5 pS^S** 1 ^ 8O2D9 st^^li£232 If T ter by the esssrts. ^ S' 1 ** 351 ^* T>«« E??T ifcei cf j-mAiee ia -.--^ e ti statea a zsnrfsrer tras tnsd iTro yesTE ass, aad tber* •» wlatera-ofhis gta!t. Keltte^' a fair trial fet-tie case Wt^|^ io lie Eaprecse coart c-f tbt r^ «j| erf asd ttree tiaies to tie S*>w t^.-V^^ sppsab. and EOW - ' " *^ s * Sa *< for' 2 lie coort ting. Ia deoying -"-iaitiered a'Bsrrrer^ to prsreat Use asv"O?. When aM &e forms o! law JH-,, .. BEn-ed, said. Ji-e rasrt aid tb» 'i.*f? tie fi^fl] jcdgcert *bonM anies? tbe g-pvaraor c-f the ia the excrcife of bh ' j*prirT5 or a pardon. coocBeilcrs adaitied lo courts o: ibis. Hate are «,^ kon , M in the admiiustration cf jattrc- J ibey can cot. coajiF'entlv — :<1 - " •"'.^'i in t eoeage in veratioTis protesdicgs n for tise psrpcsa of UEdenaiainj? the i jadgmeats of tbe courts aad drf»itim, behesis of the law," Tbe e-'-artaL that it -^£? a proper subject of iaqi w&etfaertbe a'tcTce;* ecgasotg in S5l practices do not expose tbeaTaelTes to di.-c:pJinary power? cf the c-jurfs ' 11B1 i? a cjnrageoQs and ticeir stand taken hi this court. It shea' i be imiuttd b? all I _, The total vote was: Cleveland 112 103 Boies '.'. i',','.!!'.', Gorman !'.!!!'."!!.'!' Stevenson Morrison Carlisle ". ' Campbell .'.'!.'.'.' Pattison Whitney Rufsell .' Oa motion of Gov. piower 'the nomination waa made unanimous m A & r sda yent "^ then taken Until 2 P- A. E. STEVENSON. 5 15 1 1 1 The Illluoig Candidate Named For Second ^°^( ' l * e VM l ^ fifteen in the for, «[ Place. * or!secoi ' d jnorth), tbe girls are partially covered! fl. PAffnn f livtln n*,,l kl. A l.^.. n Kir O/lll^lif FKATTJKjES OF LIFE IX Decoratloci Are so Common tb»t Even Small Eoj* Wejir Them. (Froai Fanny B. Ward's REo deJaianl Letter.) s I Among otber queer )bing« that fj rtraugtr ob?enres ip BrazU are the rail jojntert cf decoration?—stars and crcfisl i-:.—irbicb ap;*ar to have been wcklfiJ ly bfesto-sred ot;en cpon boye of twelve a fourteen jears c Id. wbo certainly can hi done EOtfcing (o win such dishndia Itereuaverylitrge bcdy of ex-tfficii! in Rio, belonging to the decayed ariHcn racy, and most of them still sport on il possib.'e cc:-a i^cs the omit dres-:es aJ tmiforniE and decorations of a pa;t regij.3 It h their saall sou and grandsojil whom one sees trickta out in tawdry sill ard velvets, with iisrj t.nd crot£es ait. miniature croons pinced on iheir jackeil These decorations are ss likely to banl ' been obtained by p'i'cH=>ie a-, by inherit! ance. for tbtre csfj .o b? a customhi Brazil under which patents of nobilitj.l with all its signs sni emblems, cou'ddl bought fcr filtby Jcc:^ and the rage til them was unbound^]. Tte highest of ill tbe decorations w. s 'tie insigna offtd, Order of Christ," nr .d at one limaftt'^ keeper or every ru'qn/iia, PS weilashiif fellow citizens at»cve sj-.d b:low in tle«-l cia! gamut.-ipDeared on every holidaywitll "habito de CLris'o" or. bis waistcsill front. Church di^iurk-s and ciTiliu of hitrh degree wore them alto, and b?i«| banded down from f.ener.titn to genen-l tion, they still appear, often with IndicrMil inappropriitpn.-fs. Tho prevailing coil turae cf BrcziliaBs in the rural di(Wcli| has not 'changed much in the la-t 19 ye.urs. The men 4:11 -wear brvalbris iced hats with low -rown?, tied u&der bl chin with a ribbon; velveteen jackefel waistcoats of HOT^^IK colors bedecked! with brass or si'vpr button?, linal drawers, high black gai ers buttoned III the knee; the whol- topped by a sort dl cape, similar to th^f >ti I used in Porlfrl eal, generally lined with tcarlet uil thrown negligently over one shoii'der.| This quaint, old-t'ms fashion p ly in tbe in.'f-rior. priicipjlly am well to-do. In R o and other. . cities the gentleman dr-ss in tbe -nwl correct of European costumes aiid ll*| ladies get themselves np mere Freachilfil if one may coin a. word, than anybody ill France, barring ghirn? incongruities ii.l the matter of colors, sometimes so aftc'.! ciously blended as to "*wear at <o>-\ anoiher!" in a way that would driwi/J Frencn woman crazy. During the feijf saort trips we have so far made into ttol interior we have beon amused t» s-eladisf promenading tbe streets wi;b all them ind graces of peafowl^, wearing enornioui hoop=. with "pelerines" i nd watefAi dangling down their shoulders, tfidf copies of the fashion plates of thirty ye- 1 ago. But this is a great country for the etv^i of anatomy, if on« were so iuclined, f«| he majority of the "common people I )erhmbulate so near to naked that tl»| slight similitude of "cloth-s" they «d eems altosether superfluous Tiieslwl ~amin, sn' even children, of people tff olerable cir3amstanc f s, play about Wl -ooig and screech wnd tumblR in t»l treets without a stich or rag of clothiojl upon them, with no more ideas of mwi fty than tbe mangy dops that ar"tbe?l companions. At tbo age of nine or tffll )r thereabouts (which in the topics, j«l know. JB equal to fifteen in the/ar,*! £ th .tr. 85 fc f \ e . convention Thur B - ueneral was nom- or SU'vemou, but P™ Boies refused to G«v n ° a cotton tunic and the bovs -^ -,, . gauzy drawers. Wher, tally erowu acj arrived at the digni'y of fatherhood m motherhood themselves—which will » surprisingly early in life, you mV™ sure -their full dress will consist of, W the women, a cotton cliemisP, euibrPiw ; eel around the yoke t^nd armlets, an(L, . "ally slipped off on« shoulder or I 1 1 other to tbe waict; ii short scant wjwl ^ki'i, a string of be;ids. Jontf eorrwRl and as many bracelt ts of brass, silver.VI beads as the wearer can manage to acqu'«i P and for men a cdlico shirt, always u»D»fl toned in front and wor» with flaps «WJ side the drawers and a ttraw hat. KYAN'8 Tho United States Gxi>r«ab< WASHINGTON, June 23.--EiwinJ. an, au employee of the United States ^'j press company, has left tho city, ^""" witb him three packages of bank"' amounting to about »50,QOO m Y('' No clue as to Jjis wbereabouts i fond. !>.\

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