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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 12, 1900, Corning, Iowa VUMIHK XVIII tit ADAMS COUNTY THURSMF JULY 12 1900 We Place on Special Sale The tollmvin i r new seasonable SHOES in order that we may clean up of in siason hence offer the fallowing inducements 1 lol Mark ami chocolate vici kid cloth ton lare yiiis regular jiriiv s7i sptriaj nu 1 II rlKKvlaltvici kid cktli ton lave sliins iriiv ioii snrdiil price ro I hit iviiiiiins lilaik vici kid oxfords reeular price rft KJiv Vl 4 1 lot womans Mark anil cl oculatf vici kill oxfords recii lar jiricc SJ in special priceSI ii I lot womans llack ami hooolate vici kill oxfords rezn lar price si spivial price I lot black vici kill oxfords rcpdur price fl special 1 ioi Misses lilack ami chocolate vici kid cloth ton lace liies regular price si Mi and si 71 special lu 1 lot diildrens black and chocolate vici kkl cloth top lace shoes regular price SI 50 sale price U5c 1 lot Misses ant childrens lilack ind clioolale bow sa dais ink ones at 7jc HJc ones iH Toe 75c ones at fide ones at inc 1 lot mens cloth top black vici kid lace shoes rejula price s 00 special price I lot mens cloth top black and chocolate vici tid lac shoes regular price 50 special pricea 1 lot mens wine colored llussia calf Goodyear we shoes worth 00 been selling them at Si specia 1 lot shoes and oxfords been on ffic table small sizes aa a little out of style a few left at BURCH BROS Cash Dealers in Shoes Cents Furnishing CSoods mmm nt mm to that un f well IK fought bousht liasul Again Chosen Dem ocradc Candidate DAY OF WILD CHEERING IkiiniiMiMiiiiii Alter Doim Is Anmtl Iiiirliii tlii KANSAS Cirk July Jen riiics ryin of Jvilirsska winiist uiifh tiillimiiiisy phivl iu noiulisiiimas thr IKmnciatie candidate for president of till Vnitfl Stlks on a platform iinicriiliMii milinirism ant truts and for tin rco com 3Kuf silvr al to 1 Tho uomina ti ii atlie cnlininatiou of a fren Ziul dcuiimstmtiun iu honor of rli riry IraiW lasting S7 minutes anil giving uifTiiice to all tho pentup emotions of In vast multitude Th 1rst sciinn bigiiiuiiifr 10 a ni vas iniiivly fruitless of revolts and it vu not until kite iu tho aftorucon TvliD the M session had that the jilatfiriii ciiiuinittee was iio to re port an ir mem Already ita main iirlv liiniic of oil 8qnal Ami the xtory of hn how he fell tht enemys vieinry gone out into history umv With the issues u ei uo diulit ronmius in tin ronnteil from us rather in name jhau lai have shfiiteil for our Dalian lea and every ttatt anl lniforv i iustruutnil its 111 his eoiiv tiou 10 vote for him here So it oulj remains for Nilrisbi to pronounce tho mumthat has been ilinmlmd forth from tho foot of iiiuiUr Hill ecliiHtllKick from Sierras suiist slope and that rovcrberatis uiiioiif tile pint dail snowcapped hills of tho uorth and risuup frum tho slumbering flower scented savaunahs of the sonth and that Lauiu is tho mime of VTilliuui Jennings Bryiin her bust loved son Srcuiiilril lv Hill the dcmoustrjitiou had ipeiit itself the speeches seconding the nomi nation of Mr Bryiiu wore iu order Senator White spoke for California giving the tribute of the Pacific coast to the Nebraska candidate When Col orado was reached that state yielded to Senator Hill of Now York As he took the platform ho was accorded a splendid rcccptiou the entire audience rising and cliecriiifr wildly with the single exception of the little group of Tam many Icailjrswho sat silent throuKhont tho cheers for their New York associ ate Mr Hill was in line voice and his tribute to tho Ncbrnshan touched a Sympathetic chord in the hearts of the He uietnrivl champion of th i plain and of thti workiMgmim strong with the masses with taci fiLrmer and with the artisan Wlun Kill declared with dramatic irnphiisis that the candidate would lave the support of hie party n united wirty there was tremendous applause at the sugfrestion of Democratic unity i Aside from the brilliant eulogy of Brynn the speech of tho New York was chiofy significant aud at1 tlon can cicruiso it or in violation uf it We usscrtthat no nation can loop endur bjilf republic mil half empire and we warn tho Ameri can people that Imperialism abroad will quickly and Inevitably to despotism home liellevlug in those furidamontE1 princi ples denounce the Porto Kiij law er actod by a RcpnliTkwin congross against the protest and opposition of the Dcnio cmtic minority as a bold iind open vioUi tion of the nations organic law ami ft flagrant breach of the natlcnil itood faith li imposes upon tho jwople of 3orto Rico fc government without their coisent and taxation wi hout representation It dishonors the American by re pudiating a solemn pledge made In their by the commanding general of our control the price of alt material and the finished product thus robbing botl producer and consumer They lessen thi employment uf latwr and arbritarily the terms and eonditions thereof and de prive Individual enerpy and small capital of their opportunity for iiettcrment are the mosi efficient yet devised for appropriating the fruits of In dustry to the Ijcnenc of the few at the ex pense of the 3 Liny iind unless their Insati ate greed la checked all wealth will ba aggregated In a few hands and the re public destroyed The dishonest palter ing with the trast evil by the Republican party In state and national platforms conclhsive proof of the ot thechorgi that trusts lire the legitimate product olt policies that they are fos tered by Republican lawjand that they are protected by the Republican administra tion In return forcampulgn subscriptions and political support We pledge the DeinOCTatlc party to rn unceasing waifare in nation state and city against prlvau monopoly In every form Existing laws against trusts must be enforced and more stringent ones Iiust be enacted providing for publicity as to the affair of corporations engaged kn interstate commerce and requiring all Mrporatlons to show before doing busi ness outside of the slate of their origin that they liave no water In their stock and that they luwc not attempted and arc not attempting to monopolize any branch of business or the production of any articles of merchandise and the whole constitu tional power of congress over interstate commerce tho rnaita and all modes of interstate communication shall be eicr by tho enactment of comprehensive Nc laws upon the subject of trusts Tariff aws should be amended by putting the iroUuets of trusts upon the fM list to irevcnt monopoly under the plea of pro lectlon The failure of the present admlnlstra lon with an absolute control over all the Jranches of the national government to inact any legislation designed to prevent ir even curtail the absorbing power of rusts and illegal tomblnatlons or to nforce the antitrust laws already on the tatute books prove tho insincerity of the high sounding phrases of tno Republican latform Corpon Hona should be protcctol in all heir risUs and their legitimate intcnsts hould le rcspectetl but any attempt by orporations to interfere with the publls ffalrs of the people or to control the sov rolgnty whieh creates them should be orblddcn under such penalties as will lake such attemptsImpossible We condemn the Dlngley tariff Liw as trustbreoiHjie measure skillfully Je Ised to give the few favors which they do NTJ3IBER26 y repeal Ti oa all o ifelleving that our most cherished In In gnat peril that the very astence of our comSJlational republic is thmc decision now to ho a will determiioe whether or hoc are to enjoy those blessed I riirt itsm principles the llbertjloving ii of previous Chosen as Bryans Running Mate on the First Ballot DETAILS 01 THE SESSION telegates Shont Themselves Hoarse Over Ksuii NoniinJttin Speerh BILL DEOLIHE8 TO TAKE POSITION Cork DolcfHtlan lusbtc Upon Arcrpliug bnt He la Firm 10 Ills Apiilji tA Irmd the C KANSAS CITY Jnly Demo crajic national ticket was completed yesterday by the nomination of Adhu E Stevenson for vice presidentTho nomination was made on tho first bal lot state after state joining iu the wild scramble to record their support of tho winning candidate It was not accom panied by any such frantic demonstra tion cf approval as had marked the pro ceedings at previous aSages although the result followed a spirited and at times highly dramatic contest between tho advocates of Stevettfon Towne Hill irmy which tho Porto Ricanslwelcomed not deserve ind to ploco upon thu many o a peaceful and unreslsted occupation o heir land It doomed to poverty and dlstresri a people helplessness up Hails with peculiar forco to our justice and magnanimity In rhls the first net of its imperialistic program the Rcpab iiun party seeks commit tho United Stales to a Olonlal policy inconsistent vlth rcpublium institutions and con cmiutl by the supreme court in numei tus decisions We demand the prompt and honest f ul lllment of our pledjrc to the Cuban peopli Ihe world that tho United States has 10 disposition nor Intention to exercise sovereignty jurisdiction or control over he Island of Juba eioept for to pacliica Ion The war ended nearly two ycara zu profound reigns ovtr all tho slund uiui still the administration keeps the government of the island from its jeople while Republican ofil fcils plunder its revenues ncd exploit tho olonial theorjUj tho of the American people Plulltpplmi Pollirj We condemn and denonnire tile Phillp eccssary war sacrUlccd the of many f its noblest sons and placd the United tatcs previously known and applauded Hroughout the world as the champion of reedoin in the false and unAmerican xisltion of crushing with military forco the efforts of our former allies To achieve liberty and selfgovernment The Fili pinos cannot le citizens without endan gering our civilization thy cannot be subjects without Imperilling our form of government anil we ore not willing to 1 V7ILI4A11 J i inlyiu thf lii to 1 princ known to the delegate was lirtle delay in giving i Js approval This rcmovei banco for an open rupture o nf principle nud left tho wn supreme event of the da of tho prcsidenlia Tlc Tlst auditorium iva utnust capacity when th Not only were tin usua facilities afrmleii by tickets taxed t their ufnot bnt the doorkeepers wer liberal instructions nudor whicl the aisles ami anas and all aviilabl were paekiJ to their fullcs limit When thicall of states began fir the purpose oi pliciilR cauiHiatel in nomination Alabamr yiolilod its plact at the liiad of tlm 11 t to Nebraska ant D OIJliBin of that state mailo hi vay to the platform for tho purpose o placing Mr Bryans name in nomina for the jTesirliMicv The onitor wis strong voiced anrl entertaining yei to the waiting delegates and spectators tierc wis but one point to his speech did that was the stirring preoration which closed with the name of William Jennings Bryan This was tho signal fo the lemoustratioa of tho day and in n common pnrpoxi thi great concotffso joined in a tribut of devotion to the lordcr A huio oil porhait of Eryan mcascrins 15 feet across was brought down the main aisle before the dehiUes At tho simo time the stand nrii of tho stale rlekgatious wero torn from their aud waved on high umbrellas of red white pud tli lianners of several states nnd many haudiouiu ind uiliciue eucirs Vere borne abont tho building nmil the deiifeiiiig clamor of 20000 ytllinr pestienlating men and women sAlluf theintoiisity of iormor demon ctraiions and muck moio vras ackled to this final tribute to the leader OliUmm Nunei Ilrjan Mr Oldham said in part Etinjcratic skies are tinged with insir hue today than when ivo met in couvution four years ago Thon a finrmial cataclysm had spread over ihe the country and although ita cveiy In canse easily traced to lie The Daniels uf Virginia ddcd his glowing tribute to the candi date wliik former Governor Pjittison of Pfuusylvaniu kv for his state and for til cast Governor McMilliu of TLnnesyie vnicuii the wishtB of a state which furuislud three presi dents Hawiiii tlinmyh its native Jnhn II marto iti first seconding spc uh in a Democratic na tional ooiivtnuion and liimliy u sweet voiced ami iIMsauc faced woman alter nate from Utah seconded the minima tioil of Mr Bryan in Inhalf of ihn state of Utaii Tlicu cunu the voting State after sate rtcordcd its vote in behalf of tho jSTbrasfca eandidito and Driving him the unanimous vote of alt the states form of government second independ ence and third protection from outside interfLreure such as has lcn given for ntirly iw century fcj the teptbllw of Cen tral and South America The greedy eomuiLrcialisnt dicta ted the Philippine jolicy of tlic Kqjubllcaa ttdministnitlon attempts to juslify with tho plw thut it will pay lait ercn this eonlld and umrorthy plea fills when brought to the tost of facts The war of criminal apprcssion ogainsli thu Fili pinos entailing cn annual eijwnsc of many millions him already cost mOM than any possible proflt that could accru from tie entire Philippine trade for yeirs burdens which they should not bear We favor such an enlargement of the scope of the interstate commerce law as will enable the ixjmmlsslon to protect in tlivlduals and communities from dlscriin ll and the public from unjust un ir transportation ratea by Batlo We renfflnn and endorse the principles of the national Democratic platform adopted ut Chicaao in 189S and we rcicer atothe demand of that platform for an American financial system rnadr American pcopls for themselves wttlch shaU restore and maintain a bimetallic price level and as pan of such system the immediate restoration of the free and un limited coinage of silver and gold at the present legal ratio of 18 to 1 without wait Ing for the aid cr consent of any other nation triumph of the day in the way of a pop nlar ovation was that accorded to Sena cnrrsiicybUleMctov wild enth tor IB11 and in its spontaneity and ij one Sf the most ha pro aims to dfeutdte the natkinal gxwenuwcat to teae money whether d coin or paper and to tiii 76imoa of paper money for tcelr c wn benefit scoaewfcw HU1 earnestly Oent national currency secured by government bondii nmst have u pcrnwi nent debt tx rest upon and if the bani currency Is to with population business the tlcbt must also incrcasa Cho Rapublicnn currencyfichemeia ore a scheme for fastening upon the payers a and growing debt for he benefit of the Ijanks We are opposol o this corporation pjiper circa ated as monty bnt without legal tender iualities and dontuind the retirement of he national bank notes as fust as govern nent paper or silver curtificatea can for rheni favor aa ainnndrnent to federal constitution providing for the election Unituil StatM senjtora by direct vote of tho jHWple aivd vc rtvor direc wheiVYLr practicable We are opposed to government by in ive denuiince the blacklist anil favor arbitration as a means of flisputod between corporations and ihcir cmplovps For a Department of Labor In the interest of American Iiibor and the upbnililiiig of lio worfclngman as thi corner stone of the prviperity of our coun try vfc recommend th uongress crcato a department of labor litharge of a secre eatedto ou Mtadi against id yamtvneu no strodis to lie platfcnn and iu tones which left no donbt of sincerity earnestly be Kmght the convention not to nrake hbn the nominee The proceedings moved with greater than on the two proceeding days for there was no waits over plat form and committees The aspect of the vast auditorium was truly demo cratic when the session began to come Furthermore when trade taryi with a tS3lt in the tended at the expensr of HUTtj tho price 1s always too high We are not oppnsttl to vs i punslon when it takes In desirable tcrri and tkiitorius iho convention rory which can bu cricted Into states in given tho first aud supreme among tho issues of tho party agers had already agreed that this wos suificicut vrork for tho day and the vice prcsiiUutial nomination was al lowed to go over until today Next to the demonstration for the party candidate that greeting the an nonucumeut that imperialism was to DP the paramount issue of this campaign was the nioiit spontaneous and signifi cant of tho day Senator Tillmau read the platform and with lueaanrod forco brought out tho fact tltat imperialism was place Thar the delegates were in complete sympa thy with this expression was shown bj the terrific and long sustained applause lasting over 23 minutes and exceeding tho ovations usually accorded the favor ites of the party Wheu tho senator reached the reaf firmation of tho Chicago platform with tho doehiratiou for freo silver coinage at a ratio of 1C to 1 pandeuxminm again broke loose bnt tho deuionstra ion was faint iu comparison to what lad jnst occurred when flSperiulisni was mentioned Another stirring event of the day was he appearance of Webster Davis for merly assistant eecretary of the iuter or under McKinleys administration in a speech savercly arraigning the Ee inblicau party for its lack of sympathy or the Boers and formally announcing lie allerianc3 to the Democratic party Them remains only the choice of a iudidaio for vica president aud the work ol the convention la over There B every evidence that this choice will w quicJdy made today although shore is atBl donbt as to who the nominee be PLATFORM IS ADOPTEO Silver ilven We tae rcpresentstlvtts at tho Ikvno piirty ol tho United States Mssm ble4 In convention on the anui nnur the adoption of the DoclamUon of Independence Uo rcaairm our faith in that immortjv proclamation of the iiial rights of man and our allegiance to the framed In harmony tberewltih by ijje fathers of the republic We hoM with the United States sujuxme oourt that doolaratlon of U tho ol our cf irilch the Is the fonn Wa declare that all institutod ammg the uniun and whose fih wil and fit to become American citizens favor iTadu IT crcry iwa and Ic LttJ mcans but ait unalter derive their powers from t tie content erf the govern sd Jtutc goreituncnc not based upcm the uonwat of iw governed is a ably opnosctl to the seizing or purchasing of islands bo bo governed outsldo tho constitution and whoso can never become citizens We are in favor of exteniiinir the re publics Influence among the nations bat believe that influence should be ex tended not by forco and irlocnce but through the persuasive powd of a high and honorable example Imperialism the rBnuoouot Iftiiov The Importance fif other questions now pending before the American people Is In noj wise diminished and the Democratic party takes no luyUward step from its po sition on them but tho burning Issuo of imperialism growing out of thti Spanish war Involves tho very existence of the ro public aud the destruction of our J Etltutioua Wo regard It us the mount Issue of the campaign The declaration tn the plat form adopted at thri Fhiladctpltia conven tion held In June 900 that Ucan party steadfastly adheres to the policy announced In the ItfosnroD doc trine U manifestly insincere a ad decep tive This profession concradlcled by the avowed policy of that party la opposi tion to the spirit of tho Monroe doctrine to acquire and hold soveicliruty over large areas of territory and bers of people In thi eastern We insist on the strict rnuintenancu of the Monroe doctrine In ail Us integrity both In letter and In spirit is necessary fo pivvcnt the extension of Europeau authority on ills continent ami essential to our supremacy In Amirieju affairs the same time ve deHiuv tllal no peiplo slull crfr btr held by force in unwilling subjection A rJiiropean antliority oppose militarism It nitons con quest abroad and intimidutldxi and op ion ut It means tho stronfi which ever been 1i freo in It Is lalUlons atur hav3 fled f roact la Kfi wfU impoea upon oar laving Bteading army and m burden of taxuloo a oonBti tu their liberties A small atiz aud a woil disciplined state amply snmclent lei timeof pei iaas no plai for a vaat the na tion Is lu danger toe volunteer wWler la his countrys bust defender jfayj National Guati of the Unite States iirver be cherUhed In tho patriotic arts tf c free people Such urbanizations aiw an element of strength wid fafctrf Fo the first tltDO lu nlatory aad coom hoti tlieri ttvm GUI of vol tliat the elevation of the American laborer will bring with it Increased production and increased prosperity to our country sit homo and to our commerce abroad We are proud of tbocournjjre and fidelity of the American soldiers and Bailors it all our wars favor liberal penalona to them c ml tholr dependents and wu rcit erato the position tiken in the Chicago platform In 1S96 that the fact of enlist ment and service sliall be deemed conclu sive evidence against disease and ity before enlistment We favor tho immediate construction ownership and control of the Nicaraffuan canal by tho United States and we do the Insincerity of the plank in the KcpuoIIcan national platform for an Isth mian einal in the face of the failure of tho Republican raajoritjto pasg the bill pend ing In congress We condcnm the llayPaanccfotc treaty as a surrondur of Aiaerican rights and in terests not to bo tolerated by tUa Ameri can people We diinonnra the failure of the Repnjj llcan party to carry out its pledges to grant statehood to the territories of Ari zona New ileilco and Oklahoma and wo promise the people of those territories im mediate statehood aad homo rale during their condition as territories and wo favor home mle ani a territorial form of gov ernment for Alaslia and Porto Rico j We favor an intelligent system of 1mj proving the arjd lauds of the west stor putiug the close of the convention the public was admitted freely nnd groat crowds emptied inio the of tho hall not only filling every available scat but also overflow ing into the arena reserved for dele gates some more adventuresome individuals scaled the iron girders and looked down from a dizzy height on the 30000 people packed below The crowd ptacsically took of tlie ceeding and at times thp chairiuau and his officials wero so powerless to proceed that they gave np to the mnlti tnda until the various demonstrations spent themselves On the cill for nominations Alabama yielded to Minnesota and the latter state presentetl its young champion of JlcpablicauiBm oncl s A Towac The mention of hiii nwue was tins sifiiial for a flattering demonstration in his honor men and women joiuing iu the outburst Far off in a corner of tlie auditorium a young woman could be seen frantically wav ing in one hand a lithograph of the Minnesotan and in the other the stars and stripes But agaiust this was a counter storm of protestation and discordant hisses For ten min utes the demonstration to Towne wilb varying degrees of intensity Meantime attention was being di rected to an excited group maaaed in fraat ot tho XewToxfc section with HUl as the vortex of a struggling ithrong of delegates They pressed forward from aH quarters of the hall urging him to permit his name to be placed before the convention The face of the Netv Ycirker was a study as the de upon him came from all sides He sat in the front row of with exSenator Murphy on his right and Judge Van Wyck on his immediate left A second seat away was Mr Cro kc Hill protested vocifercusly Judge Tail Wyck said he could not refuse Mniphy aud Croker pleaded with him Ing the waters for purposes 01 Irrigation f the will of she convention and accapt While the pleadings coritinaed the call of Delaware was heard above the roar and Delaware yielded hex d the holding of such laadd for actual settlers We favor the continuance and strict en forcement of the Chinese exclusion law and Its application to the classes of all Asiatic raws Jefferson said Peace commerce and honest friendship with all nations en tangling alliances with none We ap prove this wholesome doctrine and cam ystly protest against the Republican de parture which has involved us in so world politics including diplomacy of Europe and the intrigue and land grabbing of Aila anA we COD demn tho ilioonfcfrled ftcpubilcan ol iiaace with FngtftTtri which muxt mean ilicrimlaaaott agalnit othiv frlomUy taa tlons and which bwatranly BOflad the imtiont Jtherfr to bain BelkTtmB In IW of rtelfjcr eminent and rejecting M did oar torcr fiiherB claiiD of BOfuachy m Ttev larce Bonih Afri flpwfctsg tu vm r tiw Araafisfcn nattoa B extend our i to ttKt heralc bvirgbeiB struggle to maintain tjbeir Uberty and with the Philippine boun a wholemle and ajiprovod tQt Wo denounce it UrtfCMUWUdUBk irv VXSUUIVMX Ifc OA UMlthttolniposeupoDaayprapleftttBT uodsniocretio anre enunentof toico 19 o subrtltuta th6 iaeth adi ot tmfwrla lism or tliato of a repali lc We kokl ckbt rba ronaclnilon fUovtt liin MM the dootrinn UMOtiM at aMgttft dcrlviuf ttvilr aiiat a subvention Ql an cient and fized prlnjlplci ot a ha people Irivate an trod bli djHi7 We dsnouncn cl axent wiici lure kept iazai Mgl 4nd ttmalea the of the lUllliiln mnr Iwles We opjioae Uo nccilBialBiloQ to ho In flub ban luiedtnucb nipon ttw w film fnunae of aUjjibaUdliic wontl pat tinnmdl ntt itata Into tiw fOOata at plMa to 2Tew York At tbU tie bulk form of Senator Grady che silvertongnetl orator of York pushed through tho densely pocked aisles up to the platform There was a hoih throcgboat the hall to hear what word Now York had to offer behidf of the united Democracy of Now York shouted Gndy I present is a caociidate for vice president name A Datid Bennett HUL Tin eifect and a ttdtl honor none him llllll the Honor But I cannot I must not be tho nominee jf this convention he dc Jxplosive Ho shouts c plat Ilia wonls and nuuiuer that he was sin cerely flcsirous of haviog his name withheld It was probably this alone which prevented a nomination by ac clamation then and there for the tem pestuous spirit manifested showed that the convention was on the point of being carried oir its feet II was soon apparent Hili out that Stevenson was 11 strong favorite State after state sec onded his Indi ana Virginia Iowa Kentucky Illinois Some of the devoted friends of Hill still maintained their allegiance him and the delegations of New Jersey Loui siana and some others seconded his iiominntiou A number of favorite sons also were placed in nomination JIaryland hriucing forward Governor John Walter Smith Washington nam ing James Hrunilton Lewis Morth Car olina naming Julian Carr and Ohio presenting the name of A W Patrick Is was after a oclock when the second ing speeches were concluded and the Irallojing began At the roll was abont to He called Mr Lewis appeared oa the platform and in a few well chosen words withdrew from tho contest The vote was followed with intense interest for when Alabama announced three for Stovenion and 19 Hill it looked as though a close and exciting contest was to occur All Change Steveuoa But it wa soon evident that Steven sou had a strong lead Ac the close of the call he had 559i votes which how ever was not enough to nominate the requisite twothlrdfi being 024 Hill hud received 200 and Towne But before the announcement of the result a Btrong lunged delegate from Tennes see stood on his chair and announced lennessea changes her 24 votes from Hiato Stevonson That started the tide irresistibly towards Stevenson fYom every quarter of the hall came demands for recognition Alabama changed to Stevenson California did tho same North Carolina changed from Cairto Stovenson Even New York finally ana reluctantly announced its change from Hill to Stevenson That ended it Stevensons nomination was assured although for some time longer the various states continued to record thir chuigoe from Towno and other candidates to Stevenson In tha end the nomination was mado Its announcement wts greeted with en thusiastic approval and again state standards and banners were borne abjnl the building in tribute to tho party nominee All the offlcors of the last national committee wve reelected Senator Joneu of Arkansas chairman Governor Stone of Missouri via chairman C A Walsh of Iowa secretary and John I Martin of Missouri sergeantatariaa Tfco Vote In Detail 5 Stevenson 11 15 Towne S 6 9 Towne 3 4 Hill 3 4 Hill 4 2fl 3 Towne 8 18 28 Towne 2 2fi 20 BO 16 3 Stovocsou 10 Walter Smith Ifl 13 Towne 11 Stevenson 3 o Stevenson 23 18 18 23 Hill G owne 3 Diiuforth 1 Hogp 1 1 Hill l Steveni ion 2 l Nebraska Towne 10 Stovenson li rowne 3 Hill t New 8 yew JITS id New 75 North 33 North Hill 46 Sievensfuii Hill2Towncl Rhode 8 South 18 South Stevenson3 24 30 8 24 8 West 12 Zl Towne 8 6 I 5 Towne 1 District of 0 6 Towne 1 Okl To wue2 Indian 6 8 REPUBLICAN PLATFORM toBOiueed Weak EomalT lr a Party OVIVAM Republican workers lu Chicago and the nest are dissatisfied with tlie Re publican platform The Tribune he leading Republican paper of the west published no edito rial ou the document The Inter Ocean a Republican organ says About 2000 Tvoirds of the plat form aredevoted to tlw tasoca of 18EO and cbout 201 to the qwstlons tluit come to the country with tlw war agolniit Spain One genteneu Is given to the Nicaragua cfinul whose mere mention arooaiid the loud cheers of the convention One sentence also Is given to the war It states merely that the CnHed States government tendered Ha gotid offlcoa Almost as much space allowed to tie abortive Eagoe peace conf eiemie to tlie tremendous much OUR FOURTH ANNUAL MidSummer Clearing Sale HOULD PROVE OF MORE THAX THE USUAL INTEREST k inasmnch as we ofier the very 11 j merchandise at very attractive pnces right when ym wam tliis class of eoods the most Our offerings this year will days booght especially for the occasion offer this week and next the following ise new Jots every few siart thcIiall rolling we Sweeping Reductions in Wash Goods do not fjuoif iii VHJUI 5 Vou thil wlicn piccr ol inir isp is worth a fcr crs ask the cxreptioti of blocks md tv lilies nful plain colors Mlerii our printed Clearing of 75c Wrappers 55c rcdf biKS and nokf at Ladlies Union Suits Apiece 25c I MM each iOi Ijc wash goods it per yard 7 S anil washgoods per yard 3c lawns at per yard 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