Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1888, Delta, Pennsylvania PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE Herald Publishing PA. OFFICE IN THE HEBALD BUILDING per in t paid within fix After sii 4 failure to direct a at the of INDEPENDENT y a new can be at time by paying all VOL. YOKK JUNE 20, 1888. PLAIN AVO JOB PRINTING Special and Prompt AT THB HERALD EITHER PLAIN OR ifJ COLORa and Carda AT ATTORN BEL A. ATTORN Pa. Careful attention to all Legal If AT Friday evenings and Sator Oars until 4 1 tt 1 AMES 4S St Md. J. Attorney at NO. 19 CAST MARKET ST. Booms 4 and 5> PA. from Peach Bottom A. BKL MD. Will give prompt attention to business Intrusted to his rr w. PA. 170 E. Market 1. Bay Stewart NILES Successors to A Office Opposite the Conrt Pa. Con- nutation in English and D. J. R. 7 EAST MARKET Son A in English and dec 19 PA. 1 Centre second T W. HELLE N. Corner Centre eep 10-fffl-tf r EVI Consultation in English and Office in opposite up if L. 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FIRST at 12.31 the gave of Chairman of the national can sounded sharply tht mahogany a mi the republican of ISSS was The hum ol conversation ceased throughout the and the buzz of expectation gave place to an impressive silence as the introduced the Rev. Frank W. ol the Plymouth Congregational ol who opened tLe proceedings with At the conclusion of the Chairman Jones announced that the Jlr of the national would read the call for the convention issued by national Allusions in the call to the of t e party upon the to the determination of the party to have a fair election and an and to other salient were warmly plauded by the Upon the conclusion of the reading of the Chairman Jones stepped to the front of i he platform and addressed the and in conclusion introduced M. as the temporary chairman of the Mr. Thurston immediately came forward and began his which was delivered with a resonant and be heard all over the and interrupted by His reference to Elaine's re- fusil to allow himself to bv by ron vent ion ca I let forth cries of all over the but his declaration that the convention not the offense of contrary to Blaine's express wish was wildly All through bis references to were as were also to the other but much Jess speaker's criticism of the administration for its alleged rf omission and commission was re- with hearty laughter and His peroration was delivered with telling and earned for him great and tumultuous applause and The chair then announced a long list of assistant for the temporary organization After the rending of the list of rs was completed the band struck up a medley of national was warmly received by the arid as the air turned into caught up tbo and the chorus many voices resounded throughout the Mr. of was then recognized the re- quested by the delegation mv State to to the temporary chairman of convention for his use a gavel made of the oak under which tho republican party was organized on the fitb of 1S54, m the lage or city of in the State of This gavel has on it the flw industries that t' e now in power ruin and abolish from the face of thought it was meet that this convention should commence early to pound the daylight out of that and therefore permission of the convention to present this gavel to the The chairman accepted the gavel with the that he would commence to pound the life out of democratic party with it. 11-iughter and Mr. of that th all tho named l-y tho The chair that be that Chairman Jones having rec no objections to the of the national had by the and are now the of the Mr. George of that the roll of R Territories bo I ind each and Territory proceed o members of the of permanent credentials and order of ami the call was proceeded When Dakota was reached it was to the call and the of the handed up in The chair said thit hs desired to a The delegation hod with it as its first of the for ihe sidency to him the They This itf e- d with nnd the con VMM ion chairman of th 1 to present When Mr tho with Ifcn an of several Mr. for N J. vr sthen to the made a of tho mu was thon up and participated in decided out of cnier and the was to the committee on The convention nt 3 convention ord T nt by and i upon the tho Rev. Fort m- the divine upon the of fnc rtf of then tiron i n a t the ani of lie vi the an tnd that M ns convention the broke forth adopted without jn 1 the appointed of of Mr. of New A to the from hit Mr. and introduced by tbe chair U Mr. made a short speech and Mayor of wild to the platform g in bana l he said he bad to present to the convention on of the citizens of He said it was not of silver as that one presented it St. but of gold and bi- metallic standard of our sound financial It both crude amd skilled and teaches the lesson that free free and a free ballot shall be in Mr. A. presented to the convention a which he said was a plain and neither of silver or but it is con- 1 with a great name iu It Ls made from a piece of wood from a detsk from a tannery in 111., which was left by that silent U. whun be took the field to light for bis The mention of Gen. Grant's name was greeted with an outburst rtf cheering which several and was the est demonstration of the The chair ace 1'U-d thd tokens a heat iu which tbe thanks of the con- vention to the L of tbe committee on rules was and presented the rep The report adopts the rules of House of with some The report Dakota ten and Washington in aud tbe other Territories and tbe District of Columbia two Rule 7 that making the nominations for President 1 in no case tho calling of tbe roll be dispensed The rules recommended are similar to those adopted by the last national The Chair called for the report of the com- on credentials as the next order of Mr. Horr of moved chat a recess be taken until eight o'clock which was agreed at the convention EVENING SESSION 8.20 o'clock the convention was called to The chair for a report of the committee OQ Ore that being tbe regular of Tbe chairman of the credentials advanced on the made bis Tbe among 3tnerrecommendations, favors the Wise District delegates from Virginia in all the contested districts except the ninth j and the four delegates at In the ninth district the report recommended that no delegates from either side be Mr. of North from the credentials presented a minority which dissents from the re- port in favor of the admission of the Wise delegates from the eighth and tenth it is were elected by tions never called by the State The report also favors the admission of tha Mahone delegates from the districts tue majority report was except so much thereof as relates to the Virginia con- Tnat part of the credentials report upon the admission of the Virginia delegates at large was The majority report was adopted as a whole and applicable to All tbe Virginia dis- and then the at The convention was called to at five minutes after Rev. Thomas E. of offered the opening U of announced behalf of the committee ou resolutions that tbe committee was ready to submit its Mr. McKinley of chairman of the was recognized by the ci nnd he arose to make the report of the The convention recognizing of the dark horses in the presidential and a popular one Mr. McKinley advanced to the platform to read his report the applause re- and became almost an In distinct voice Mr. McKinley read the Republicans of the United iu national pause on tbe of th proceedings to honor the of their first great the im- champion of liberty and tbe rights the and to also with wreaths of re- and gratitude the heroic names jf our later leaders who havs recently been called away our May their memories be faithfully We also vcall with our greetings and with prayer his recovery the name of one of our iving whose memory will be treasured tti the both of and of of soldier ind favorite child of H. In the spirit of those great und of own devotion to and with that hostility to all forms of iml oppression which is the of the Republican we send ternal fellow of Brazil upon their great act of which the abolition of throughout two American con- We we may our fellow citizens of Irish upon the peaceful recovery of home for We reaffirm our unswerving devotion to onal tition and TO the ind soluble union of to the autonomy to the under thy Constitution the personal rights of the states and the tnd esp to right of every or native or foreign rast one ballot in public and have that ballot duly We charge that the present administration ind the Democratic in Congress their existence to the of the Ballot by a criminal mi of con- and laws of We are ia favor of the system of We aga nst its as by and his They serve of will the rest of Am We accept the ind to people for their The protective system ways been followed by dis- to all thosf of the and the tt e denounce the as destructive to the general the labor the farming of en the and patriotic of the in or party on ind we Insist te and ami to Thu party would of by th aro in and MS w ui such articles as aio by the pr ion of to our nnd from of foreign pro except the which at a larger tha i for the ihe 01.tiro of internal taxes rather the surrenderor any of our at joint of the whiskey ring and the agents of foreign We TO into country of foreign contract and of to our and our declare our opposition to all or in or to of trade otic to the ia totion as will prevent the elocution of all schemes to oppress the bv undue On their o unjust rates lor the rt it ion oY their products to ami the of Appropriating tha public lands of the tObe fur lean and not which the party es in tho JUTS op- position of the and which has out Western into We deny that the bas ever acre to thy p but that by the joint of and Democrats about ot of un- earned tands granted for the con- of rti been restored tiie public in pursuance of con- inserted by the party iti the original charge the administration with lull tire to ute to titio to mid with Using made for that to 1'inocfiit settlers With and false of vindicating the The by of the tories is upon to the end that may in- oine states in r tlie conditions of public in- arts such as to insure a stable local government ple of such should be permitted the right to form tions and antl be admitted into the Dakota should of right a 1 as a in the ihe framed and adopted by her and we endorse action of the Republican Senate in bills for her The political the Mormon church in the as iu is a menace to tree a da gfr no longer to we pledge the party to appropriate asserting the sovereignty of tho nation in all territori s where the same is The Republican party is in faVor of use of both po'd an stiver as and condemns tho policy of the Democratic ad- ministration in its efforts to demonetize We demand to one cent per In a republic where the citizen is sovereign and the official the where no power is except by will of tho it is that thi sovereign possess The free school is the promoter of that intelligence which is to preserve us a free the state or r both should support free of sufficient to afford to every child growing up in tbe land tbo opportunity of a good common school We earnestly recommend that prompt action be taken by Congress in the snch legislation us will best secure the rehabilitation of our American merchant protest against the passage by Congress of a free ship as calculated to work Injury to labor by lessening wages of engage 1 in preparing terial as well as those directly employed in our ship We demand appropriations for the early rebuilding of our for construction of coast fortifications and modern and other improved ern means of defense for the protection of our defenseless har ors and and for the payment of the maturing debt This policy will give employment to our activity to our various in- the security our open nnd for our and cheapen the cost of We affirm this to be tar better for our country the Democratic policy of ins money without interest to The conduct of foreign affairs by the present I ministration I distinguished by its inefficiency and its ing withdrawn from the Senate all pending treaties effected by Republican tion for tbe removal of foreign burdens and restrictions on our and for its ex- tention into better it lias neither nor proposed any others in their It has to sanction or encourage any American organization for constructing the Nicaragua a work of vital importance to the of the Monroe and of our national influence in Central and South and necessary for the development of trade with our with and with Islands and further coasts if the Pacific We arraign the present Democratic ad- ministration for its weak nnd unpatriotic treatment of the ies an 1 its pusillanimous surrender of the essential privileges to which our fishing vessels are in Canadian ports tinder the treaty of the reciprocal maritime legislation of and the c of and which Canadian fishing vessels receive in the ports of tbo United The name of Am applies alike to all of ihe rep and imposes upon all alike tha same obligation of to the At the same time that citizenship is and must be the panoply and safeguard of him who wears and protect whether or rich or in all his civil should and must afford him at nnd follow protect him whatever land be on a lawful We repeat our of 1SS4. to The reform of the civil service should be by the further tion of reform already established bylaw ail tue the service to which it is The of to the de- fenders of Cannot be measured by Tho of Confess conform to the pledge made by and so and as vide ity that who honorably be- come an of in or tipon charity In ihv of an overflow it t a lic sandal to do de- hostile by President Cleveland HI v for 1 tlie in even of In of the th WP invite men of Jill I aP v bv trade tbe 11- thn hnd Mr that it U- 1 bv of de- pi of the I by a v of rail of for ot of f W of t cur. of tho Hon. Ii h iw Illinois was I i i Q. mi Mr Mr. n tint ion In of Mi Mi. of 1 Kx then Mr. of and Mr of Now Mr. of in tion William B. Mr of Rhode Allison's Mr. R V namM A Patrick of of Mr. of M Mr. of tbe When tbe of Ohio wjs eral ol the name of John of Senator Mr. of Mayor of in nomin Wisconsin There were further ends the roll c 11, the And Waited for pleasure of the Warn T of moved for an adjournment to H o'clock DAY u few minutes past 11 o'clock the was to by Senator to thw chair to preside over the which was formally with priyer bv H. of convention at once to call the States tor a ballot for The result ot the ballot Sherman Harrison i w 111, Husk Alyer Fhelps Hlaine Filler Instills Lincoln The second b iHot us Slier 24y. Harrison 111 H in- Filler Lincoln Ingalls 10, the third was as Sherman Allison Husk Whelps 5, Blaine 5, Miller a. The convention then adjourned until The convention in the evening upon called to Mr. Dephew took the platform and bis name as The convention then adjourned for the FIFTH The convention was called to Order at 10.05. Bishop Samuel of Chicago the The convention then proceeded to 4th Harrison Alcer 135. Allison 78, McKinley 11. 5th Harrison 213, Blaine 46, 142, Allison Sherman 224, Me Kinley 14 At the end of the fifth ballot the tion adjourned until EVENING The convention and on motion of of adjourned until At 11. 05 the chairman called the convention to and the Arthur of the C. A. of then the platform to withdraw Mr. nani from tbe lie then read tho June tmd Earnestly request all to respect my Taris Juno think I have a right to ask my friends to respect my wishes and refrain from voting fur me. 1'leaw make this dispatch The sixth ballot of the convention was begun at 11.213 A. and resulted as Alger 137, Allison 73, 91, 231, Sherman 1M4, Foraker Blame 40, Fred Grant 14 McK 12. These vent a ballot was The following is tho Alger son Blaine 15, Foraker 1, Harrison 378, Lincoln 2, McKinley 10, man 231, t. At tho conclusion of tho seventh ballot Allison's name was treating a great It was Mr. of who withdrew the of Senator It at once became d that tLe Allison strength would go to Harrison and not to Assurances received soon after tho of Allison that his would go to Harrison took the lust from friends and Senator finding that the game was told his to fall in and as as it became known that New York now that his tion was in desert was no longer any doubt of the result ami tho reading of the roll became a mere Harrison was nominated after the vote had been giving Only a single vote by Sherman in Pennsylvania nnd after that state's vote the Harrison movement became a Tbe eighth ballot d as Eighth Harris n Alger 100; Sherman blaine 5; 4; 50. As soon ns tbe nomination of Harrison all tbe delegates rose to their while the band played to the Finally at M. order was restored ancl the roll was called to verify tho Many of the waved State banners and big flags with Harrison's naruo on The cheering of took platform and moved to make the nomination of Gen. Harrison The motion to make the nomination was The chairman directed the clerk to call the roll of Stat s for tho presentation of names of nominees for the When Kentucky Mr. of tho and placed in nomination William O. of and the nomination by Mr of Mr. of and Mr. of When Now Jersey was called Senator stated that it was thv in tent ion of Nrw Jersey txi the name of Walter the There would sai some brief ing and as tbo members of con- vention were tired be would move a Until This motion at o c I The convention pist six ami lo the The presentation of names for the vice Mr. of the n une of William ter When New York was S ner In of the united gation from of and in behalf of the republican party of ttw State of New be Senator speech was de- livered with great earnestness and with He was frequently by 1 convention 1 to The ballot I as j Morton 5-V4, j Mr. of moved that I nomination be made The motion was and the chair cla red that Morton th nominee of the convention for Mr. of rose and that in of a number of he to move to suspend the rules adopt a to a to thy liran Mr. i. as i of nil is the and sobriety of the the purity of their party cordially nit and well I for the promotion of morality As soon this was a from thf various motion an t after time ion and the resolution adopted a rising only One donate from in A of thinks vvus to tbf chairman and other of thf and on motion His the at adjourned without SKETCH OF THE Harrison was 30th, Ohio University at I. anl gradu 1 from For two in in 1sM In which h is since bis of He acquired a sterling tor ability m law In bo of the Supreme Court of At of tho late civil war ho in the Federal and was ulier He was one of the men who responded to for the expiration of the of his bo a of and was Col- onel of Hi aud was out in In lie ratt for of on the Republican but was In he was to tlw Uiver In h -n Indiana to J. in tho United ami a list of friends in that In his name was most prominently the of the National and a breuk iu he probably have been In 1SS7 lio defeate I m the Indiana lature for reelection to the Senate of tue United Tho contest in Indiana threatened to end in riot and Gross fraud was charged both the contest was taken to tti Senate aud tbe claim of David Harrison's was P. F. Morton is of a clergyman and tlie descendant of a Now unl and was born in about years was educated m in business in Han N. at the of and at was a clurk iu houso of F. M. of t Boston Five be founded the dry goods of Morton in New Iti be thu banking of Morton of which he is still the His career has been uniformly and he is to-day regarded a Morton's active interest in politics began iii 1-STtt, he was for the first tune a date for und narrowly Two later 1m ran in tho district of New Vork und way As rt ho dis- played high capacity ami the in- of the meti opol s and principles of in him u zealous and In Mr. Morton fur the I on the which Riven General 1'ivsidrnU appointed him minister Two ngo ho was a for the but was MYSTERIOUS POISONING Men Visit au Invalid Who Becomes Helen known Attica has had a narrow escape from death from poisoning at N. Y. Two men visited Mrs. and it is said that otic of them while in tbe sick room was seen to a cup containing coffee and milk from the patient drank After visitors departed she from the cup ami almost immediately complained of a burning in her thr at and w with A was at once and the symptoms The men unknown to the but Ah house to idea who Linn although she to talk altout talk about inon -y o the The men are to be from The physician in uas that could not have by or any of thy Tho milk and and a small vial of medicine left bv the was a whit now bright will all over the body At present writing i ia little stronger and sho is us well could be but to be no doubt astu her The c has own laid before the District Attorney and a full in- will no doubt lm FATAL An old lady suffocated several persons injured by a tire and explosions of in a block on Union N. Y. Property at was The ex- plosions occurred in Aaron fancy and variety in which there had been many customers during tho A 1-irgo lamp set to a great pilo of Chinese of which Mr. carried a large His with the exception of his succeeded in lighting their way through the Itoman etc to tho on of Mrs Rice was taken out of tbe Miming by dry goo Is store a place burned Harris considerable BS also other business Ti e whole cistern Fire p fought iho nnd several of the i n from the Mr. Rice is utie of the the NEARLY CREMATED A Mother tinct Her Badly Their in In a two story fr at W. live Franc nnd Charles their s. ing Ua t a with his the wife and children went to At of Mi. i er lour 1 t-y 11 i h- be by in a hi .ml 111- m iu iti m MT -in I wcr tli I 1" ing I. a 1 h n A 1> ei ill M i. is a I er ir 1 a The 1- 1 ol City Yi 4 I f 1'ln Y. 4 a airl tt Southern I U hit Yellow cts Flour Com Y.