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The Joliet Daily News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1896, Joliet, Illinois TWENTIETH YEAS, NO. 74.JOLIET, ILL^ WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1896. PRICE THREE CENTS. EVEIY KIND HUMOR FROM • PIMPLES SORGfULA and by ConcuBA.Rnei.TStT. gicMHft aCkoMT con», usistad extenally kf mn    with    Cuticcba Soap, and geaUe auMnaHorn «C CunooKA (ointinent),. tka SOI** can, when all eiae faib. Md flMihMl vhH. Nrr. Cmcr». n t ■•AT. WcL( BnMLVsar, aie. aad *1. Punu Dita 4S I. «'■■a. OWP., liM> PMf., Bn*«. 1. X A. n*-**HMa>CmCTaiT U—..“—aid tR*. 5M0KE THE M’F'D. BY ftENE CHRISTENS. *207 N. CHICAGO 5T. JOUET. ILL Mesii^er Rattan Saddle. Om MáÉliama and anothM'ffw women, that enmhlwths. Mtowta; tanpoitnit pomte wbkh am mlmtaB    tha eoauMHk toatber stnp saddle, l.e:te-nRNaaRhijwjiaa loessiiR, to be C3m-focthbla 1* las r*.d9S, «niao:e, noipsas ns, TontilaliataalhMdsome. ITs the lattan base Tshapai«*oh«domltall....!...... EV~Aar dealer wiUgrttt for )oo. ^O'O^ DMIEL PRESIDES. The Virginian Defeats Hill at the Chiqago Convention. UIliL BURS BIB HOPELESS BAOE And Is' Relegated to the' Floor of the Gathering by a Vote of 556 to 394. The Irony of Rate Illnstmted—The Man Who ¡íomlnnted HUI for I^realdcat in M8S Bents Ulna for Tcmp«mry Chnir-■saiiin I89C—Dnalel’a Appeal for Unr-oonjr and UnUy—Cnlls on the Gold JUen to Kemeaaber the Loyalty of Thrir Op> poaeata in tba Fast and to Emulate the Saaw Now. Chicago, Jaly 8.—The scats of the del^ates and alternates were filled, bat there vas a wide fringe of vacant chairs • on the ooter edge of the gallcriiH when at 12:49 p, m. yestmday Chalnaan Harrity, of the national committee, raised his gravel andas itdroped on the desk with a sharp crack requested the Democratice national emivention of 1806 to come to Hulbert Bros. & Co. a6 West asrd St. 'New York. ITS THE FASHION ndeat-oiiadedmeii to wear“Cd- l'* rioHe"» and Cnffih They are wateiprooliand besides saving lanndiy l>nia aad iMther, they are comfortable to wear, newer chafing the neck and Hewer wntakling. Thqr can be in-■tantiy cleaned—^with a wet doth or ymge. The original interlined cdr lais and cafe with a “Celluloid” si^ fooe. Bwcsyone is mariied like Üüa ^Eluhjiio all» mark- urmuNCD MhMarea«aB.bat yon want theewnl^ and ynar awnyW worth. Inatrt npon tooon Wfhil waanhov tmJe mntb. •norahwdffoainB. CX>liar8 9icta.;('ain«>cta pnlr. MSfoit poM. 8Utr ahe and ttyle. nn CBLUJLOID OOHPANT, H«w Tack. SAPOLIO *• far them ptmfo. tmitstion hurts Hte ordinal —hut arterihui—it's The suninJ of the StUef éeáks the question, ii/K9 Buotheet stands in tfm ñkxt^aff imHainesufoy bepnd «I efHs competíÉtrs. In Baking ‘»MÉft depends on the flour that jfOUOnY uifoixl to be without bieadf.aiikes g^ietd.mikes better A CONVENTION 88171X11109. ordeh At his request the seigcant-atmms cleared the aisles, and then the chairman called on Rev. Dr. Stlros, of Grace Episcopal church, for prayer. Bev. Mr. Stiies in the oourso of his invocation said-«nd tko words are significant as it was a “gold” committee which chose him for chaplain—“Inspire lyi with a patriotism above expediency, ^mind ns that honesty is not only the best, but the only policy worthy the consideration of a great people.” Great Chews for David B. HIU. Harris then annionnced the temporary organhmtioniM decided npoa by the notional oommittM beginning with David B. Hill for temporary chairman. The mention at Senator Hill’s name was received with tremeudons applause, the members of the Pennsylvania delegation standing on chairs and waving flags. Some one called for three cheers for David R Hill, which were given, and the band then played Dixie. When the noise subsided Harrity continued the announcement—S. P. Shecrin for secretary, C5ol-onei John L Martin for sCTge.ant-at-arais, and asidstant secretaries, etc., whoso names were not read. He t hen recognized Clayton, of Alabama, who began the fight for silTcr. Silver neket Is Fat Vp. In behalf at the minority of the national committee Clayton ropoiied the name of J(din W. Daniel [lond and uproarious in-termption, prcdonged applauso, cheering] to be snbstitnted in the committee repmrt for that of Hill, and moved that the minority report be adopted, demanding a vote by states and a roll call. McDermott, of New Jeraey, obtained the floor and spoke in fnvor of Hill, whom ho characterized as “that man who gave us the l^nd under which in days of trouble in our eastern Democracy we sailed; that man who electrified this nation by giving us a legend which every Democrat can put upon the banner that he follows, that echoes a sentiment that has no east, no south, no north, no west in It, but simply a declara-tioD of faith, T am a Democmt.' ” [Great applause]. Appeals to the Silver Men. He then turned to the silver men and said: “Don’t begin yonr convention by violating a tradition. Don’t begin yonr convention by violating a mlo. If you have the strength of giants uso it, not ns giants do, bat reserve that strength and all the spirit that is in It for the bhttie that will come on A’ovember day. [Great applanse.] Ton have not, even in the moment of exultatioa hec:um of majority In this assembly, any reasonable right to attack the minority by setting aside traill-tionalmie. ]iYe pay Hie tributa of lespoot to the oi^Hiidate aeleetej by thejninority of the committee, hut we sty that tradition is in favor in the ballot in a Demo-eratlo oonvcntion, in abiding by the rale of the majority, for that isw^tthc majority of this eonrentton is going to ask tlw ITS CURES THAT COUNT. Many eocalled remedies ue pfcisea on the pnblic attention on accoont of their claimed large sales. Bat sales cannot determine Tsluea. Sales simply good salesmen, shrewd V, or enormoós adrertis-it*s cures that const It iscnres that are counted on tgr Ajtr'a .Sarapsrilla. Its sales nughtrbe boasted. It ha8 the world for its market Bat ' Mks prove nothing. We point «■*7 to the recora of Saisapsiilla, a» proof Hurit:    '    0 50 YEARS OP CURES. Democrats of this country to do at the éleetíon. [Applause]. WoUar’s Statoment Hiiaed. Waller, of Connecticut, appealed for traditional usage, and said,near the dose:. “Treat ns hadly, as yon mean to, bat as yon ought not to; insnlt us by breaking the traditions of your p.arty; tom down David B. Hill, as indiscreet men wonld advise yon, and^ will tell yon jost what we will do. There is no threat afiert lt Wo will do this—wo will fight you tor your indignities and insults. In sonthera phrase, we will light you hero and elsewhere, and we iriil fight you until yon are eorry for yonr indiscretion on this day.” This statement. the speaker was re-edvedwitha chorus of hisses and cheers and howls, which dropped after a few moments into comparative silenoe, and roee again when Mr. Waller attempted to proceed.    _ Birr THBT TÜBN DOWN HILL. by Daoktl CboMB for Temporary Chal: S50 to 349 for Hill. Thomas, of Colorado, replied to McDermott and Waller. His remarks were to the effect that the majority had the right to mle and should not be set aside at any stage of the ineheedings. He was followed by Wallm*. of ALihama, on the same ride and othms, and then John B. Fellows, of New York, was given an ovation as he rotie to reply for theEUIimcn. His speech was an appeal for some concession from the silver men for the sake of harmony and unity In the prnl^y. The next speaker was a silver man and there was much enthuasiasm and “otherwise.” Marston, of Louisiana, said: “It is not that we love David B. Hill less, but we love bemocracy more. [Cheers.] The best blood of Massachusetts courses . through my veins, and I assura you, coming as I do from Louisiana, that we would not cast any aspersions npon yon. Bat, gentlemen, yon have got hold of the Wrong end of tha dilemma. It is ns that yon wonld trampls upon [cheors aad hisses]—two-thirds of this ciHtvention [renewed hisses and cheers]—we ask yon In the name of two-thirds ot this oonyen-tion to give as the temporary ciufirman-■hip. [More hisses and chca^] “We state to the Democracy of the United States now Hiat we are on top and mean to assert onr rights.” [At this state-mont the delegates raised a howl mingled with volominous hisses and a moderate quantity at cheers.] Chairman Harrity stretched his hands out appealingly for order, and he was greeted with renewed eon-fnrion in which could be distinguished many cries of “Hill, Hill.” Finally order was restored and Marston said: “Gentlemen of the conv^tion, listen that ye may hear. It is not Against Hill, no; it is not against anybody that wo have proceeded In this manner, but it is in favor of Democracy." There wore a great many speeches, the silver r^en protesting no intended indignity to Hill in opposing him and the gold men urging the necessity of concesrion for harmony’s saka But the cluiir finally during a lull in the oratory said that “unless a clear majority of the delegates to the convention shall seem to determine or indicate to the contrary, the chair will direct a call of the roll immediately after the recognition of the next gontlaman. It is for the delegates to determine if the chair is unduly hasty about the direction <rf the calling of the roll. [Cries of “roll, roil.” ] Then, as the chair understands the sentiment of the delegates he will now present the last gentleman to be heard upon this question—H. D. Clayton.” Clayton closed the debate for the silver men, and at his conclnsion the vote was taken by states resulting; For Daniel, 666; for Hill, 340. Daring the roll call Iowa’s voto was challenged and a poll taken, the object being to bring np the qnesl4on(ff the unit rule. The chair aet-tled the question for the time by declaring the unit mle in force, and Iowa’s twenty-sir votes went to Daniel. There were other decisions of a rimilar character that were to the advantage of Hill, the chair nniformly upholding the nnit mle where it had been adopted by the state. The total vote cast was 906, one man not voting, and that man was Senator Hill. Daniel was declared elected and the au-nonncement was greeted with an ovation from the silver men, os it was apparent that the silver element was in the ascendancy and would remain so until the end. The chairman attempted to restore order by hammering with his gavel upon his desk. Scr^nt-at-Arms John L Martin, of St LonlSy oame to the rescue of the chairman, and in a voice of command directed every delegate to take his seat. He also ordered his assistants to clear tho aisles.    __ DANIEL ASSDHES THE GAVEL. . “Do not forgot that we Imve submitted ohoerfuily to yonr ooaiprtimised platform and to yonr repeated pledges of Umte-ailism, and have patiently borne repeated disappointments 88 to their fniflllmont Do not forget that at the last n.ational conveation of tho Democratic party in 1893 you proeLvlmed yoarseivcs to bo in favor of tho use of both gold and riivcr as standard money of the country; for the coinage of both gold and silver without discrinUnatlng against cither metal; and that tho only qu^tion left open was tho ratio between tho metals.” The balance of the address was an argn-ment fw the free coinage of silver, daring which ho took a twist at the toil ot the British lion as follows: “Great Britain has large gold mines in South Africa and South America, and by closing the sliver mines has greatly enhanced their products and their values. R^at British aggres-rion in 'Venezuela anq in tho settlemcnts of Sou(ih Afric.1 was mcjred by the desire to possess more of the* gold mines, and by monopolizing the mcitoi os far as possible to assert British cokimercdal gupmmacy over the world.” At the close of the chairman’s address he declared tho convention open for business and a vote of thanks was adopted first thing to Chairman Harrity. Temporary rules were adopted and the regulation convention committees were appointed under a call of the stotes, and on motion the convention adjourned for th« day. It was a notable fact that by one of those strango coincidences it was Senator John W. Daniel, of Virginia—who four years ago at the wigwam hero nominated Hill for the presidency—who was eelected to give the total blow to the man whom .he would havensaited to tho first place in the republic. No more eloquent commentary on the revolution which has divided the party and luudo this convention so memorable could bs noedoti. It was not without a w.iil of agony, however, that some of Iho spectators who could not tothom the mysteries of polit-ioal manoHivering and the ncccsrity of grinding men beneath the heel, saw the old ehampion whose slogan and proudnet boast was “I am a Democrat,” go down. Even after Senator Daniel had reached tho platform and as.sumed the gavoi they called loudly for tho defeate<l loader, but the expcrienood general who has tasted tho bitterness of defeat before, as well as tho sweotuesi of victory, only smiled grimly. __ BOXES BUO.MERS AUE AVROTH. GAVEL FOR WHITE. California Man Will Take the Chair Permanently. HEW YORZEE TUEHED DOWN AGAIN Credentials Committee Makes the Michigan Delegation n Silver One and Seats the Bryan Men firoin Nebraska—Platform Is Ready and Stands for Silver and Free Trade—Gold Men Talk Bolt—Boles Men Have a Nose Out of Joint. Chicago, July 8.—The committee on permanent (U'ganization has solested Senator Steven White, of California, for per-manont chairman of the convention. Senator White was selected by a vote of 33 to 8 over Senator David B. Hill, of New York. The committee on resolutions met last night at (ho Palmer House. Senator White, of California, was elected chairman of tho committee. Before ho could take tho chair a committee from the committee on permanent organization called on him a9^ notified him of ^ his selection for per il ighcst Of all ia Leavening Power.—Latest U» S. Gov’t Report. I at the Mate Frem His Plea for the Ca Silver Dollar. Dan lei was escorted to the chair and received a wild greeting, the band [riaying ^ t'Hail to the Chief' and th» chesn reaching tiie proportion of an emptioa Harrity Introduced hlpi to the Qonvsntton and passed tho gavel over to and the new , cbalnaan bi^n his spoeph wi¿h a compliment to the fairness of the national oommittee chairman. In the oourse of his speech ho said: “I regret that my name'hhould have been Ivought in even the most ooorteous and serious complica* tlon with that of my distinguished friend, the great senator from Now York. [Ap-piaus3.] Bat the very fact that I have penniktod it to be done refutes the suggestion that has been improvidently made on this floor that either I or those whom I have tho lumor to repaeeent would ever heap indignl^ npon that brave Mid lUnitrions head. [Great Applaqte]. “There is one thing golden which permit i»o, in the KUM good humor which has charooterizel yoor casdaok to com-mend to yon here. It Is the miden rule to do nnto othoM ai^ yon wonld navo them do MBto yon. Forget not thet an absolnte aoqulesooqoe in the will of the majorit/ Is the vital principie of the republlo. Demo-enti as yoe have been, ‘ Democn|i as I teost yon vrill ever be,'aoqiilesoe graoe-fnlly Ú tho will of this great majority of fsUow Dnaoemta, and «sly Mk togo witii fihsm, as thqy have often gone with you. (ityplMias.] Do\ not fmget, gsnliemm, tim for tl¿!ty ywrs we have supported the am thet yen have named forpitpl-Ttldsn, Hen- Bed Hot Against tha lowant Who Voted for Dave Hill. 1 To say that the Boie.s boomers are merely angry at tho action of seven members of tho Iowa delegation In the conveution yesterday is drawing it very mild. The seven who had their votes recorded for Hill yesterday were disciplined last night by the rematning members of the delegation. It is said that four of those seven are gold men, the other three bclna straight for 16 to 1. Some of the men who voted for Hill acknowledged that it was a mistake and are very sorry that the break was made. The scouts and skirmishers who came in from the various delegations since the convention adjonrned report that the action of the seven men a stab nndor the fifth rib for Boies. They say that in soma delegations they hoard it as.s3rtcd that the break in Iowa was disastrous to Boies and tlnit ‘It is all up with Uncle Horace.” Notwithstanding tho fact that the entire twenty-six votes were cast with the silver majority tho Iowa men feel that the effect is very disastrous, and say that hereafter with a silver chairman a poll of the delegation will not be allowed. Some of t|)e Boies workers state that they have boon met at other headnartcra wldi the remark, “How can yon expect to win when your own state is not solid for your candidato.” It is said by the Boies man that the action of tho Iowa delegates who insiste! upon a poll of the delegation was the violation of an agreement,and that th«y might as well have voted directly against Boies. “Your own men are not for him,” said one of tho letidors of tho Kansas delegation when visited by a scout in tho interest of Boies, ‘‘and how do you exiicct us to ba for him or support a man who loi’s seven out of tho twenty-six votes In the stoto?”_ Soorr* on tha Ball Field. Chicaoo, July S.—Following are the League scores at base ball; At Chicago— Btvltimore 11, Chicago 13; at St. Lonia— Now York 12, St. Louis 7; at Cluvo’..and— Brooklyn 5, Cleveland 6; at Cincinnati— Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 14; at Louisville—Boston 10, Louisville 7; at Washington—Pittsburg 5, Washington 1. Western League: At Kanaas City—Indianapolis 4, Kansas City 5; at St. Paul-Grand Rapids 2, St. P.tcVl4; at Minnaap-q^Detroit 6, MinDcapoila 13; at Milwaukee—Col umbns 6, Milwaukee 18. Western Association: At St. Jofoph — Peoria 0, St. Joseph 6; at Iluríington-Dabnque 7, Diurllngton 6; at Das Mciues —Cedar Bapids 8, Djs Molnei6. CsM of Ghiilora la Fnsda. BimjN, July 8.—A case of cholera is be-txiy treated in the hospital at Danxk, Polish Prussia. TifE CIRCUIT RIDER 8ald, “Host i.i Life, Cold I» Doath." There Is no snror way to set up dyspepsia than to drink freely of opld drinks at iconli. The natural heat of the stomach is neoessary for perfect digestion and any cold subftanoe thrown into it absorbs jnst 10 much teat and rubs the stoniaob of its powi r. A cop of hot Postmn Cereal which has all the nour s'aniont of the grain^ wM do more to fatten the body and preserve good stomaoh action than all the drags in the phetraaeopeia. Coffee and tra dlssgTCe with maiiv peopja while Poe-tom Cenal agrefi with the weakest stomach and eon be given freely to the ohil- _ A reliable jirooar will never offer a cheap or weak i'mltatloa of a genuine or'ginal artiole bodanso be beppons to make a little extra prrflt Bat It le well tootiserve that when gennlns Postum Cereal ouSee ti o.'derad, that yon get Postas, oad not e spailoue imtietloa oflfersd as “jost ee good.”    ^ tTCrHRN IL WHITE. fPermsnent Chairman ot the Convention.] manunt chairman of tho convention. Senator White acc'epted tho permanent chairmanship, and returning to the room of the cnmmlttoe on resolutions stated that it would be impossiblo for him as itonnanent chairman, if the convention should ratify the choice of the cominitteofou permanent organization, to servo as chairman of the committee on resolutions. McDorinntt Wonld .'snore Silver. Senator James K. Jon(^ of Arkanscjs, was then chosen cliairman of the committee on resolutions. Mr. A. J. Jones, of Illinois, was elected secretory. C. S. Thomas, of Colorado, made a motion that the coinmlttoc nppulnt a subnommltteo of which Chairman Jonos should bo chairman, the committee to consist of nine, to report a platfonn to the full commltteo this morning at 9 o'clock. McDermott, of New Jersey, offered a substitute that the sulKoinmittee should consider everything In the platform save tho financial question, upon which it should ba instructed to take no action. This motion was supported by McDermott in a very vigorous gold speech. White Get* on Hli War PainL His languagj roused White to deliver a ringing speech denouncing tho gold men for their opposition to tho majority of the party. He said that tho speech of McDermott Aas like all other gold speeches, consisting entirely of tho platitudes of selfish and sordid wealth. He said the gentleman from New Jersey talked of repndiating the action of a majority, wUch proposed to restore the money of the coDstitntiun and make silver and gold equal. “Let the traitors secede if they want to,” avid Senator White. “Tho majority of tho party is hero with a fixed purpose and determined to carry It out.” The Besolationi 8ab-Cominittee. The motion for tho appointment of a sub committee was then put and curjrjod. The following gentlemen were ap{>olnted OS the sub-committee: Senator J. K. Joncis of chairman; Senator«F, hf. CooUorell, of Missouri; J. Z. Gisorge, Mississippi; N. E. Worthington, Illinois; Senator Ben Tillman, South Carolina; Mr. Owen, Indian territory; D. B. Hill, New York; Senator W. F. Vilas, Wisconsin, and Senator Ooorgc Gray, of Delaware. The commltteo then adjourned. List of rerinsiicut Officers. Tho full list of officers choscu by tho organization committee for tho permanent organization is as follows:    Chairman, Stephen M. White; sergeant-at-arnis, John |I. Martin; secretary, Thomas J. C/ogan; assistant secretary, Ijouis Ü. Hcrsholmor; reading clerk, K. B. Wade, of Tennos.soe; assistant raiding clerks, N. H. Walker, of Florida; Charles Nlokell, of Oregon; Jeff Pollard, of Missouri, and Llnooln Dixon, q^Indian.a. _ MICHIGAN IN THE 8ILTER LINK. The Gredenthils Comiiitttes ReversM the Work of tho National Body. The committoo on credentials mot at 8 p. m. for work and tho first businoss token up was the Michigan contest. John A. Atwood, of Kansas, was elected chairman, Smith Wood, of Now York, getting but two votes. Tho fight over the Mlchican C.UM) was hot and acrimonious, and ench' sidj was supported by a mass of affidavits full of aoousatlons against tho “other fellow.” When Eliott Stevenson was speaking for tha gold men he was froqiwntly Intorrupted with such ramarks as “That Isa lie.” A vote was reached at last and stood 97 to 16 in favo.* of seating the four contesting silver delegates—McGrath, Fisher, Blaok and MeKnight. Tho states voting for tho gold faction were Connecticut, Maine, Iforyiand, Massachusetts, Mlnna-sota, Netwaska, New Hampshire, New Jotsty, New York, Penntyivanin, Rhode Islatod, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Alaska and Oklalráma. Tinse states Kvfusod to vote on the ground that the evl-denoewaslnsofllcicnt: Florida, OeoRgia, North Dakota, Oregon and VlrglDla. This vote révsreed tho action of the national oommittee, which ssoted the gold delipfes, As NUahlgan was Instructed hy the etate esatfentian to follow the unit ftie tty tote tk oeaiwritoB wW Iw eheaged M PittnrhFttliMth». latht absolvtely pure Nebraska contest tho committee voted unanimously to seat the Bryan contestante Asno one was present to present any contest from Nevada the committee docided to recognize none from that state. GOLD MEN TALK OF BOLT. As Uanal the New York Leader b Abeent from the Meeting. Bolt was tho slogan of 130 Democrats at a meeting of gold standard men last night. Not a bolt from tho convention; that was decided against; but a bolt from tho ticket Rud the platform that tho convention makes. Every snggcstlon was recolvod with applause. Every contrary suggestion was received in silence. This Is the significant resolution suggested by Irish, of California, and adopted unanimously: “That each sound money delegation select a member to return to his state and get tho views of his jiarty on the matter and rei)ort back to the chairman (Senator Gray) in July if possible. Senator Hiii and National Committeeman Sheehan were not present, but Governor Flower and Wiliam C. Whitney, with tho aid of Colonel Fellows, held up New York state’s end. Tho meeting was the most protracted of the convention, lasting until after midnight, and though behind closed doors its enthusiastic nature was easily discernible by the applause that floated oat. General Bn^g was in favor of a bolt of the platform and ticket if tho plan announoed by tho sHver men were carried out. He did not believe that the convention displayeii a Democratic spirit and was therefore of tho opinion that good Democrats could with honor and credit denounce their work. Franklin MncVeagh, of Illinois, and Delcgate-at-Largo Coudert, of New York, wore of the same mind, although tho latter was careful In expression, while Mac-Veagh spoke of even leaving tho convention. Ex-Governor Bosscll agreed to the adoption of the resolution, but would not commit himself. General Bragg would not support ths ticket. He was for a now ticket. Outhwalteand Holder, of Ohio, wero in favor of tlxo resolution. Ohio Would go 20,000 away from the usual Democratic vote. _ SYNOPSIS or THE PLATFORM. Tariff Plsak That Makes Teller of Colorado an Impasnblllty. At 9:16 a. ra. today the sub-committee on platform finished its laboTs and the gold men went to Hill’s room to prepare a minority report. The following is a synopsis of what tho majority agreed upon: The financial plank loads tho platform with a declaration for free silver and donounoes theis.4ueof bonds in time of peace; demands that tho power to issue notes be taken away from national banks. The platform then declares for a tariff for revenue only, and that tho re-onact-mont of the McKinley bill wonld bo a menace to pro8i>erity; asks for a constitn-tiunal amendment permitting the enactment of an income tax; expresses sympathy for Cuba; demands that pauper emigrants he kept out of tho ooant^; favors liberal pension legislation; expresses approval of Senator Hill’s bill for regu-lating cases of contempt of court in United States oourts, and ienonnoes the Republican house fw not passing that bill. It th«i denounces the Pacific railway funding bill now pending in congress; opi>oses third terms for presidents us a canliuai principle of Democracy and denounces the extravagance of the last Re-publicaL eongress. TALE ROWS A GOOD RACK. ANCIENTS ARRIVE. Grand Reception to Americant' in Great Britain. BOSTON’S OOMPANY OF AETILLEET Bcaehes Liverpool and Loado» and !• Welcomed by Mlgbty Throng* Wk« Cheer the Visitors Kathoshutically. W'hile the NmIoksI Aatheins at BotH Nations Ring Oat- Liverpool, JiUy 8.—The Conard stoans» ship Servia, from Boston, having on boarA the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, reached the landing place here at 4 o’clock p. m. yesterday. The Americans were greeted with ths heartiest of cheers focm a vast conooursa of people, and they made a lusty response. The most elaborate preparations had been made to give the Bostonian.s a big rece^ tion, including a reception, but ths programme had to be abandoned owing to til» late arrival of the Servia. Ancients of Loodon on Hood. The Americans were met by the tion committee oX the Honorable Artillar^ Company of London, tho Earl of Derbis tho lord major, many military nffli’iH and chrli officials and antnnberof prominent people; detachments oi soldiers and a giutrd of honor. The Bostonians were in full uniform and as they marched ashore they were loudly cheered again and again. The visitors appeared to be greatly delighted with the heartiness of the leo^-tion accorded them. As the Servia was moored tho stars and stripes were hoisted to the foromast and the Union Jock was hoisted to a flagpole on the landing stage. Two Natloaal Antkeias FlayoA This was the signal for the massed banda to play “God Save the Queen,” at tha flrsfe notes of which the multttnde stood hue* hoadetl. Immediately afterwards the famous Salem Cadet band, which accompanies tho Bostonians, played the “Star Spangled Banner.” The first strains of the anthem caused the crowd to ban» forth into a storm of cheering, which was acknowledged by a salute from the American officers standing on the dock of tha steamship. Th^ departure of ti» vlsitem for London was the signal fcffanothrt oitfe» burst of cheering from the densa orowAi about tho station Bat ths Leanilers Brat the Sons of Kit Without Trouble. Hkmlky-on Tilimks, July 8.—The third trial heat for tho Grand Challenge cup, between Leamier ami Yale, was started at 1:33^4 yesterd;iy. Yale got away with a load, but Ijoauder won easily by one and three-quarter lengths. Time, 7:14. The Leandcr men were in first-class condition at tho finish. Tho Yale defeat was partly coiuponsntod for by the victory of Dr. W. McDowell, of the Delaware boat clu¡>, Chicago, wlio won the fourth heat for the diamond soulls, defeating F, A Quinnetti. Dr. MoDowelTs style was prouounood to bo very much like Hanlan's. He ke|» dnng^onsly notw the piles and off the Rectoty struck on^te^ them tiiarply with his oer. NevortiKHess he kept the lead. The time for half the distance was 8:08. As Dr. McDowell oame home in grand stylo there was loud applause from all aides. Off Phylis Court the Americeji i sculler oridently thought he had finished and slowed np to look around. Qiiinnoss then made a deaiiorate spurt and people thought that McDowell was exhausted, which brought forth cries of “QuinnaM wins” and “Go on, McDowell, go on, Mo-Di>wcll, finish it out." Then McDowell in two or throe powerful stiokos again shot away as If Qulnsss was at anchor and won amid the greatest applause from tho Americans and KngllsK Tho experts on the umpires’ launch said that Dr. McDowell is a wonderful aculier. The experts also said that Yale’s stroke throughout the race was thbrty-nlBe to forty, and y>e I^ndersany theirs »v«egeA thirty-eight. •ket Deed ky aus FMk^ CATLKTTUDlte, Ky., Juty A—At Konova. W. Vo., Jolto X, Blogiw ñn» ehot diiod by his father withoal (juue er nottoe. The frantic father tried to klUoa* other eon imd to' oteuuil suitide, ImÍA failed and wss arrested. Re fretonde to know nothing about the aSMr. _ A new i^oQtoe tk flsh fo» hem diMOv* irtd In the TfoUdtyof IHniMftlK mm. II tittke rnmik enatralfo GREAT WELCOME AT LONDON. Enonuoas Crowd Greets tho Amorieens i» the MetropoUs.    * Lonixin, July 8.—The train having the Bostonians on board steamed into EnstoK station at 8:43 p. m. Enormous crowds of people hod by that time gathered in aiiA about tho station. Immediate aftelftlia train stopped the Salem Cadet lianA alighted and drew up <» the plntfom where it played “God Save the Queen,’* which the crowds cheered until they wero hoorso. The bands at the station repentnA the British national anthsm and thoo played “Yankee Doodle,” the crowds i maining uneovcred and cheering. The whole route to Finsbury 8qi Was lined with cheering people, and tho fifty or more omnibusses conyeying tho Bontonians had the greatest dUBcolty in traversing the crowds, who preraeA' around,tho vehicles in an enthnsiaam o( greeting in spite ot the fact that they hoA been vrnitlng all day long. Liineh MM Bcrveil on beard the train conveying M ladies’ party, who were on a spectol. Thh party which reached the Homanble Anti ilory Company’s ormorr on FlnshtaF Square numbered nearly 981) persons. The omlbuBses drew np in front of tiho headquarters, within a half mile of whkA tho crowd Was as thick as on Lord liayor’O day. Tho oheoring was deafening nA all traffic in the neighborhood stopped. Lord Colvllls, of Cuirosi. i» evening dress, and the Earl of and others in foil uniform welcomed guest as bis name was annonneei, uA this was ike signal for more lead ing. A large npmbor of the vfolttni ocroeethe Atlantic were in cl as they had not time to olpthoe. VYhiie the reception wee^ gross the band in the ante-feom national airs. ' Daniel D. Tounians, thewaU-knoMMl ter of New Yorlx and his wrtlh' drowned in N'orwsy. ' Awardtd Hlfheslt ll»éM»-.W»r]d*A •DR;

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