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28 Jun 1900

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28 Jun 1900

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaWith great enthusiasm the re pub Ikea Contention this the National ticket. Stu were chose first ballot tace were other Baates Bella Ator Hanaa reflected Caal Tauau the dully Philadelphia june chairman Hanna surveyed an imposing spectacle when he called the twelfth Republican National convention to order in the Export exposition building in West Philadelphia at tuesday. In the Valley below were crowded the delegates and alternates and stretching away to the Lour Corners the immense Hall were endless vistas people rising in terraced beats to the Walls. He looked into the laces fully men and women. Called to order. 1 Tai american people our administration and our policies will do it. It is these t facts that we shall ask for the support the american people. Arhat we have i done is known and about what we in i tend to do there is neither secrecy nor i deception. What we Promise we will per form. Our old policies Are Here live successful and full vigor. Our new poli cies have been begun and for them we ask support. When the Clouds impending civil War huns dark Over the country in 1s61 _ we took up the great task then Laid upon i us and never flinched until we had carried i it through to Victory. Now. At the Dawn a new Century with new policies and new opportunities opening before us in the Bright Sunshine Prosperity we Airai ask the american people to entrust us with their future. We have profound Faith in the people. We do not distrust their capacity meeting the new responsibilities even As they met the old and we shall await with Confidence under the leadership William Mckinley the verdict 1 sym Jilb the platform. I the platform pledges Good government i in the United states and dependencies j Renews allegiance to the principle the i Gold Standard recognizes the necessity for the honest cooperation capital to meet new business conditions and at the same time it condemns All conspiracies and combinations intended to restrict business create monopolies to limit pro chairman Hanna at called the convention to order. The prayer was then offered. Col. Dick then stepped Forward and read the formal Call for the Conven Tion. After the Reading the Call . Hanna delivered address Welcome. He spoke in part As follows in bidding you he began i Folso Irish to congratulate you the William ii Kinlet. representation from the publican there was no mistake in bringing the convention to Philadelphia. Or. Hanna went . Here was the Cradle Liberty the Birthplace the Republic. Here also had the Republican party seen its birth and Here too was the Center that great throbbing Protection american we Are the eve another great struggle. Already we Are beginning to form our battalions under the Leader ship our great Wil Liam that was the signal and for the first time the convention broke Forth in a whirlwind enthusiasm. Men and women sprang to their feet delegates spectators staid and distinguished guests All animated by a common purpose to do Honor to the president. Senator Hanna looked Down in Small nor satisfaction at Lue demonstration. I lags and handkerchiefs waved everywhere in color. For ten seconds Twenty thirty a minute the demonstration inept up. And then with a wave the Iliond the National chairman bade the assemblage resume their seats and let proceed. As . Hanna closed speech with a to colleagues the National committee arid a reference to the close chairmanship he spoke the Theodore Roosevelt. Service the senator from col Wado . Wolcott to party and presented to the convention As tem chairman. _ the address senator Wolcott which Teu owed. Lasted an hour and ten minutes. It a keynote speech covering the which had been placed the books and its deepest note was the Prosperity this country and the Leftt Eloit which had made its Continua Tion possible it the present administration we continued in Power. That was the theme to which the demonstrations m. The convention . Wolcott received Many Hearty hand Iron those about and then Iai Iam to the Conven Tom. the Lone list acre wad officials previously agreed up Edgar m. Levy who delivered the m the Orst Republican Conven Tion i this Euy 44 years tuesday White haired and fee we. Delivered a Ben Apon the convention. The whole convention arose to receive a hewing and then at exactly three the convention adjourned until Tab Bat. La june Wolcott chairman called the Republic an tonal convention to order m lij4 yesterday. After prayer the is 01 Tom rom Mcben Corven Aad the flaw then flown were Uttero coma Teea Cre auction to control Protection and reciprocity Liberal pension Laws lib Erafily administered the reduction the War taxes the reorganizing the con sular system and the construction the 1 Isthmian ship canal Are favored devices Southern slates to disfranchised the negro Are condemned the action the president in dealing with Cuba Porto Rico Hawaii and the philippine islands is commended Public offices in these Terri tories Are to Given As far As possible into the hands their own inhabitants favors a More effective restriction the immigration cheap labor from foreign lands favors maintaining the efficiency the civil service favors Home Rule for and the Early admission to statehood the territories new Mexico Arizona and Oklahoma asserts steadfast adherence to the policy announced in the Mon Roe doctrine Renews Faith in the policy Protection to american labor and favors the associated policy reciprocity so directed As to open our markets favourable terms for what we do not our selves produce in return for free foreign Tea rests. After adopting the platform the convention adjourned to ten clock this morning. I Kesley receives the entire vote the Dele first ballot. Philadelphia. June president Mcklin Ley was unanimously renominated for president the United states by the Republican National convention at clock yesterday and an hour and ten minutes later gov. Theodore Roosevelt new York was unanimously selected to stand beside in the coming Battle. The scenes attending the selections were tumultuous. Such unanimous demonstrations in Honor the nominees a National convention have never been equated perhaps in the history politics in this country. It was a love feast a Jubilee a ratification meeting. Senator Foraker Ohio made the nominating speech and at reference to the Leader the party the successes Al ready achieved by and the grave responsibilities now being carried Forward by the applause was frequent and Long continued. But it remained for closing sentence for the first time mentioning William Mckinley by name As the nominee to electrify the great Multi tude. Pandemonium broke Loose. For Mer tempests enthusiasm paled before at the conclusion remarks gov. Roosevelt senator Thurston neb and gov. Mount Indiana made Short addresses. Vote . Chairman Lodge then called for the vote after he said the total vote cast is 930. William Mickinley has received votes. It is a unanimous vote and the chairman declares that William Mckinley is your nominee for the presi Dency for the term beginning March 4, 1901." now again pandemonium broke Loose in one swelling chorus enthusiasm for the candidate. I Roosevelt for vice hero san Juan Hill teamed an running mate. Or. Lodge then announced that the Call states would proceed for nominations for the vice presidency. Alabama gave Way to Iowa and col. Lafe Young one the Iowa delegates at Large and editor the Des Moines capital was recognized. Col. Young was in Cuba at the time Roosevelt led Gallant rough riders up san Juan Hill and reference to the governor s Campaign was eloquent and touching. The demonstration which followed the announcement col. Young gov. Roosevelt As the candidate the Young men the country who represented their desires and their ambitions and embodied their patriotism and americanism was not second to that accorded the presi Dent s name. Senator Depew brought out a storm mingled laughter and applause. He Pic tured Teddy As the child fifth Avenue the cultured product Harvard the Cowboy the Plains the vitalizing Force in marshalling the american ships to overwhelm the spaniards the impetuous Leader at Santiago and san Juan and the idolized governor the Empire state. Every vote. Partial order was restored and the Roll Call proceeded each delegation As called casting their votes for Roosevelt unanimously. Ai Thi conclusion the Call Churman Lodge announced that gov. Roosevelt had received 929 votes one Delegate in the convention not voting. This Delegate was gov. Roosevelt himself who refrained from voting with the new York delegation. Chairman Lodge s announcement that gov. Roosevelt had been nominated for vice president evoked a burst applause that Shook the great steel girdled building to its foundations. Cost Ratyca the serious work the convention was now practically Over and Only a few de tails remained to be performed. A Resolution by Gen. Grosvenor was agreed to for an official print the convention proceedings and a reprint the proceedings fear Yean ago. Another Resolution pm were the National committee to nil vacancies Oft the committee. On motion col. Dick senator Lodge was placed at the head the committee to notify the president nomination and sen Ator Wolcott at the head the commit tee to notify the vice presidential Nom Inee. Of thanks to . Lodge and to . Wolcott for then Able Prem tag overs were adopted also thanks to mayor Ashbridge. Of Puin Delyma the hospitality the City and to All officials the convention. Closed the work and at to Don Payne York the Republican Convent Lei at do adjourned forts at Taku open fire foreign warships Aad fight lasts for seven hours. The action is a declaration War. The Porto Are by the Allied 1 dred cd Meme Are Heathen London. June have begun 111 Earnest in China by the Battle Between the chinese forts and the Al lied Fleet at Taku. In the Battle 20 europeans Are reported to Hare been killed and 57 wounded. A russian gun boat was blown up. The British gun boat Algerine and the German warship Iblis were badly damaged two British merchant vessels sunk two forts blown up the rest captured at the Point the Bayonet by Landing parties and several Hundred chinese soldiers killed. China defies the world. To formal declaration War has As yet been issued but there now seems Little doubt that China has decided to defy the world. Two important re ports were contained in yesterday s Dis patches the taking the Taku forts and the forced return Admiral sey Mour s mixed Relief Force to Tien Tsin. A tent the Powers arc taking prompt action. Four thousand German troops have been ordered to China French troops Are waiting to embark at Saigon capital French Cochin China and from to More russians have been ordered from port Arthur to Taku. Reaches Washington. Washington june nary department has made Public the texts the two cablegram received from Admiral Bemey and commander Taussig. The first is As follows a. A. Cavite. June navigation. Washington Tau sols cables that the Taku forts fired upon foreign gun vessels and then surrendered to the Allied forces the morning june it. Kempff asks instructions about joining other Powers who Are take nor United action in demanding that the Taku forts he turned Over to them to secure favourable termination the trouble. Will the department instruct Kempff. Through Taku at Che Foo and give me the same information signed the Telegram from commander Taussig the Yorktown is As Fol lows Che Foo june fort fired upon foreign vessel about a. M. Surren dered to Allied forces at eight a. M. The British Admiral at Tien Tsin. Signed an. Attack peking. London june itus Sian re lips info Force arrived outside Pekin tuesday says the Shanghai correspondent the daily express and immediately began to attack the City two ojiie0. E re plot ing numerous artillery. The Force apparently arrived in the Nick time for the cd Nese assert that the attack upon the legation had been successfully renewed. Fire Tien Tsin. Washington june Secretary the Xavy Hackett received a Cable message from Admiral Kempff. Dated Che Foo. June 21. Saying that Tien Tsin is being bombarded and that the american consulate As As much the foreign concessions Are be ing destroyed. A Relief Parry is in route to Tien Tsin including-130 Amer ican marines under maj. Walter. Share fill Illint. London. June silence peking continues unbroken. Four thou Sand men the Allied forces were hav ing Sharp defensive fighting at Tien Tsin tuesday and wednesday truth to Prospect being reinforced thursday. This is the situation in China As set Forth in the British government Dis Patch. Kempff seek help. Washington june 23. 3 a. M. Late to night an urgent request came from Admiral Kempff for More troops and ships. Orders were sent to Admiral Remey at Manila to Send additional ships to Taku. Head canal Dover o., june Spritzen Bach a Farmer living near Hete. Set a trap Frith a heavily loaded Shotgun to catch the robbers who had been visiting Chicken House. Day morning the body Elmer Eckert aged 30 years this City was found at the Coop with head blown off. Fire. Pana 111. June business portion Tower Hill seven Miles East Here was destroyed by an incendiary fire. The fire tvs started in a lumber Yard. This makes the third big fire a that tillage within a Honolulu. June have formed an Independent political party and will Endeavor to secure the con sent Congress the United states to make a state Hawaii. Can Are St. Louis. June Are being run ail divisions the St. Louis transit company s system in the Day time and at night owl cars Are oper ated several lines. Killed. 111. June Fox a Knox College student and Xiu Witlox a woman prominent in won killed Era Dawm by pirate. Johnw graced a. Bytow fete wife can see the end. That lard Coa the War in South a Frera Over. London. June Baden pow Ell s arrival at Pretoria is the Only fresh news from South Africa where throughout the whole theater operations the situation is characterized by Complete inactivity the part both the British and the Boers. Lord Ijo berts and Gen. Botha failed to agree upon an armistice. O v. _. Sci ulu South Africa Are still Barren news indicating that the War s end is near at meantime a continuation Boer activity is reported from Orange free state. London june say that Roberts is preparing a final movement and that a truce with Botha intimates surrender. Roberts is believed to be in negotiation with Kruger. The Boers in the South were returning to their farms. London Jame 23. Lord Roberts has almost accomplished object cutting apart the Boer army and pre venting intercommunication Iso lated commandos. Bloomington s calamity. Courthouse Ana the finest her bust next Houpei in red loss Over a million. Bloomington 111., june terrific conflagration has wiped out nearly one half the business portion finest business buildings and heaviest stocks merchandise. Two sides the courthouse Square Are in ruins the North and East and two other blocks cornering the Square and one half the Block West the Square Are destroyed. The courthouse is a ruin. It is standing but is gutted from dome to basement. The loss is variously estimated at from to fortunately no lives were lost anyone seriously injured. On the Diamond. Showing the standing the Lulu leading organizations Lin to Date. The standing the leading baseball clubs is shown in the following tables. National league club. Won. Lost. Per it. Brooklyn .32 17 .651 Philadelphia.31 19 .620 Chicago .24 25 .490 boston.23 24 pittsburgh.25 27 .451 Cincinnati .20 27 427 St. 27 .427 new York .19 28 .401 american league Indianapolis .31 is .632 Chicago .33 21 611 Milwaukee 24 .547 Minneapolis is 27 .507 Kansas City .27 23 .482 Cleveland .28 25 50u Buffalo .19 34 .35s Detroit is 33 .352 Richland Center. Is. June ing prayer meeting services at the United Brethren Church in Gilling Ham. Eight Miles North Here a Bolt lightning struck the building practically demolishing it. Splinters and plaster fell 011 tie worshippers who bolted from the building in a panic and returning found that the Bolt had killed1 outright Louis Peckham. Aged 20 years seriously injured Julian Hart and shocked Stephen Foley and Sev eral others so severely that it was hours before Thev recovered. Gladstone burled. London june Gladstone widow the great English states Man was buried by the Side her husband in Westminster Abbey tues Day afternoon. The service which was impressive closely resembled that her husband. While it was attempted to keep the sen ices As private As possible some hundreds friends at tended. Gea. Wheeler a comm Aadu Washington june direction the president. Gen. Joseph has been assigned to the command the department the lakes with head quarters at Chicago he relieves Brig. Gen. James f. Wade who has held that command temporarily in conjunction with regular command the department Dakota. A Hoosier tragedy Indianapolis ind., june Greensburg ind., Orrin a. Barlow shot wife through the heart wednesday morning and then turned the weapon himself meeting death in a similar manner. Lie was 5-i years old. And she was about . A coital a fire. Madison wis. June entire business Section the Village mid Leton. Eight Miles Wes Here was wiped out by fire tuesday night. Insurance loss. To with actual loss much greater. Madison was called for Aid. Depot up. Versailles ky., june depot at fort Garrett the Louisville Atlantic Railroad was blown up with dynamite Friday morning for the Pur pose robbery. The agent had re moved the Money and the burglars secured nothing. Fatal fire. South Bend ind., june incendiary fire destroyed the Morrison hotel in this City and l. C. Smart Hudson. Mich., was killed and five other persons were seriously injured. Or evicted. Salt Lake City. June h. Roberts. Utah s sex congressman has been convicted poly Rataj by a jury in. The third District court. In a wet my j. A. T. Hon we Rao minted by the tace . Under the amnesty proclamation filipinos meet and adopt plan they approve. Results accepted by 6en. Macarthur 5c Are Raae t i prominent Revola their order granting amnesty Manila june Hundred filipinos met yesterday morning in Manila to determine honorable and decorous methods for securing peace. The results were submitted in the evening to Gen. Macarthur. Who accepted them. The leaders the meeting will use their influence to induce Aguinaldo to accept the arrangements. If they Are successful As they Hope to be. They believe Aguinaldo will Issue Ders in conjunction with the Amer ican authorities. Coni posed the meeting which was the first the kind since the Days the filipino Congress was composed the distinctly revolutionary element the americ nistas being lacking. Thirty political prisoners were released to attend. Senor Paterno presided and Senor Buencamino. The originator the movement Senor Floros Gen. Pio Del Pilar. Gen. Garcia. Gen. Mac aulos. And other prominent revolutionists were present. Object to effect Pesce. It was pointed out that the questions to be considered1 were military and civil the military concerned with a cessation hostilities and the Chil with the determination the political status the filipinos. The immediate object tue meeting was to effect peace and consequently the leaders could consult with the civil commission As to political mat ters. Made. It was evident that Senor Paterno was convinced that he could obtain Aguinaldo s Sanction to a peace based upon the following seven clauses. Which after four hours were unanimously accepted As compatible with an honorable peace return by the americans to the filipinos confiscated property. For the revolution Ary generals in the Navy and militia when established. Application the filipino revenues to Succour filipino soldiers. Guarantee to the filipinos the exercise personal rights accorded to americans by help Constitution. Ments at Manila and in the provinces. Of the friars. The statement the seventh condition was vociferously acclaimed the entire Assembly shouting expel sex terms amnesty order. June War department has made Public the follow ing notice amnesty which was is sued by Gen. Macarthur yesterday at Manila Hanulla. June 21. Direction the president the United states the undersigned announces amnesty with com plete immunity for the past and absolute Liberty action for the future to All per sons who Are now at any time since february 4, 1899, have been in insurrection against the United states in either a military a civil capacity and who shall within a period 90 Days from the Date Hereof formally renounce All connection with such insurrection and sub scribe to a declaration acknowledging and accepting the sovereignty and authority the United states in and Over the philippine islands. The privilege herewith published is extended to All concerned without any reservation whatever excepting that per sons who have violated the rules War during the period Active hostilities Are not embraced within the scope this amnesty. All who desire to take advantage the terms herewith set Forth Are requested to present them Eues to the commanding off Lars the american troops at the most convenient station who will receive them with due consideration according to rank make provision for their immediate wants prepare the necessary records thereafter permit each individual to proceed to any part the archipelago according to own wishes for which purpose the United states will furnish such transportation As May be available either by railway Steamboat Wagon. Prominent persons who May desire to Confer with the military governor with the Board american commissioners will be to Manila and to ill. Is far As possible be provided with transportation for that purpose. In order to mitigate As much As possible consequences resulting from the various disturbances which since 1s96 have succeeded each other so rapidly and to provide in some measure for destitute soldiers during the transitory period which must inevitably succeed a general peace. The military authorities the United states will 3u pesos to each Man who presents a Rifle in Good condition. Arthur Macarthur major general United states volunteers military governor. Toledo . Jime glad Yard perhaps the Best known aeronaut in the t United states Kas drowned in Lake Erie off this port Bis balloon falling into the water. Waal Washington. June woman s army and Xavy league has issued an Appeal for Aid for the Library at Manila. P. I., established As a memorial to the heroes the War. Washington june Wood reports that expert accountants Hare examined the treasurer s office in hav Ana and found it Good condition. Kuic4 wreck Crown Point. Ind., june a Arbard reek Saeffer Ami fireman Liti Fiton were killed in a nil the news in Brief. Fur the Welt s3. Florida democrats nominated William 3. Jennings for governor. A boiler in a Sawmill near Eden x. A. Exploded killing three men. Count Mouravieff russian minister foreign affairs died in St. Petersburg. The big Union Grain elevator in Kan Sas City was burned the loss being Sidney Spears was hanged at Sherman tex., for the murder wife july 5, 1s99. Canada has been awarded first prize for its display Limber at the Paris Exposi Tion fire in one the principal business blocks in Pittsburgh pa., caused a loss by reason age maj. Gen. Wesley Ile Rritt. United states army has been retired. In a fire at Buffalo x. A. Mrs. G. My Landa and her three children were burned to death. The Commonwealth Mitringa company s Mill at Pearce ariz., was burned the loss Beins Oliver Dairymple says two thirds the North Dakota wheat crop has been destroyed by drought. L. H. Thompson judge the Vermont supreme court died at Home at iras Burg aired 52 years. The democrats the fifteenth Illinois District nominated Willis Hazelwood Quincy for Congress. The a world s woman s Christian tem Perance Union opened its annual meeting in Edinburgh Scotland. John h. Butler one the most prominent lawyers Indiana died in Indianapolis asked s7 years. Kansas prohibitionists nominated a full state ticket headed by Frank Holsinger Rosedale. For governor. John a. Gallagher state geologist aged 5s, died at Home in Warren Burts ho., an operation for cancer. At Eldorado kan., Hiss Jessie Lorrison killed mrs. Olin Castle with a razor and then fatally wounded herself. Census enumerators found in leaven Worth the oldest person in Kansas mrs. Kittie Williams aged 114 years. Charles Fultz. Of Quincy hi., has in vented a new match. Instead Wood he uses the stems Prairie Strass. The statue Washington the gift to Paris by the daughters the american. Revolution arrived in that City. South Dakota Farmers by digging a Short tit for the Missouri River at Ren niger s Keck changed its course. A rainstorm in Indiana did great dam age at fort Wayne Warsaw Peru and other towns in the Wabash Valley. Jasper Francis Cropsey one the old est american portrait painters died at Home in Hastings n. Y., aged 78. Congressman j. A. T. Hull was renominated by the republicans the seventh Iowa District. There was no opposition. The five Hundredth anniversary the birth John Gutenberg the inventor movable Type was celebrated in Berlin. At Galena kan., City marshal Milford Parker was instantly killed by an elec tric Shock from a broken Telephone wire. Mrs. Lois .3. Hall who celebrated her one Hundredth birthday anniversary May 22 last died at her Home in Canton 111. Rev. John Philip Conradi died at Home in Baltimore md., aged so years. He Nas the Pioneer lutheranism in Amer Ica. Mrs. Beveridge wife senator Albert j. Beveridge Indiana died it the sanitarium in Dansville n. Y., aged 36 years. Perry in Kronor non vips in Vic. Tent ii at Husk. Tex., was hanged for the murder a fellow convict last october. Kobert Lockhart Covington tenn., and Bliss Katharine Dine Patoka ind. Ware married by Long distance Tele phone. Martial Law has been proclaimed in Maud refractory taxpayers Are to be jailed and opposition newspapers sup pressed. A Monument to the memory Samuel Hahnemann founder the homeopathic school Medicine was dedicated in washing ton. Harrison de Sylva Pike a railway offi Cial ruled wife in san Francisco and then committed suicide. Domestic trouble was the cause Joel Hunt wife and William Barnes negro farm tenants were killed near Corsicana tex., in a dispute Over a division crops. At the annual meeting in Des Moines. La. Of the National music teachers association Arthur l. Manchester Cam Den. N. J., was elected president. Edgar weeks rep has been renominated for Congress in the seventh Mich Igan District and Charles f. Cochran dem in the fourth District Missouri. Gov. Roosevelt who has returned to Home at Oyster Bay l. A will remain there until june 29, when he goes to okla homa to attend a meeting regiment. National Republican Headquarters Wir be opened in new York Ana Chicago about july 20 Henry c. Payne will be in charge in Chicago and Joseph h. Stanley in new York. Joseph Gibson the Gibson House Cedar Falls la., committed suicide by taking Poison. Grief Over the death wife is supposed to have been the cause. The markets. New York june 28. Live Stock steers 60 5 7s hogs 570 5 85 sheep 325 5 10 Winter straights. 3 s5 4 00 Minnesota patents 450 19 5 no. 2 red so Corn no. 2 Oats to. 2 butter Creamery cheese eggs Chicago. Steers 16 stockers feeders bulls hogs Light i dairies eggs tember september Grain wheat. July july Oats july Rye. To. 2 feed Milwaukee. Grain wheat. No. 1 nor n 1 White Grain wheat. September f Corn september As Oats no. I White. It Rye no. Z. 54 sir. 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