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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 29, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaI established 1833. Part Floist wednesday. July 29. Is9c.-eight pages. Part volume Lxiv number 4 the ticket bus less Mea a league of St Lou est tired list eight ibo thus Lucia Hail been Liy the league c o put in an appearance today. Good need for a housed i we re glad of some of the delegates stretched the newspaper Wen thought Milit it. Enlivened things percent ably. In Nati Donnelly got Oil a chair and announce that his private land Plank did n appear in ibo printed platform. 1 wanted the convention to undo Rostau that it had been adopted. Several resolutions were and referred without Reading or debut the Mac with the fog Horn voice we stood on a chair the Aidi of Kenwo Allen repeating the words ment by announcing that one of the delegates lost his return ticket a unless it was found and returned the Delegate might have some difficulty getting Home. The chairman then called for the nominations of president and judg Green of a Norbaka took the stage i Bald the convention was Here to Nam president of the Republic the Convent on had already he said selected the lies president. That Nobl son of he South Thomaa e. Widson. Lie had not named Ilia candidate however before a Texas Delegate interrupted with the Point of order tha the states must by called in alphabet Cal order for nominations. Judg Green was driven the stage by int. Esau e Point of order but the Conven Arkansas Delegate the rules were Sua Pended and judge Green waa recalled to tha stage. He did not place allies Cau strike sturdier Loffi the Bat Lonu no of the pore More gallantly Lhasa our old veers and Are is to Plant in Sis colors o foot nearer the Citadel of the eneu than we our Olsea. Let every heroic work. To will All Marjii tied the same Hiis keep step to the Resl Issue involved in Ted struggle the present year. It a Bat eur the Toli to Landard Gold Honda and Tan currency on Tho one hand Anil the b metallic . No Bonds and go Poulo Are Are to b fat Wen enforced idleness destitution Deb on the other. The situation the migh heat civic question that eve convulsed a civil Irjud nation. The co Tilich can neither by pcs Leone nor avoided. In Tho nerve of the guttering people t a firm that this a n time for dissensions nor party divisions Rived. 11 we would to victorious w heroic Man who Jonm sted the Chicago it be Wise to do so. If it a to be preserved we will in my judgment be compelled to take Tho course which i am about to indicate. The Silver democrats have lined up As a . Sow let the populists free Silver re pub Cinna and the american Silver party a likewise. From an embattled Square Imp in c treble to the assaults of the confederated Gold Powers. Aiter in subject. I have failed to find a single Good reason to justify us in placing a third ticket in Tho yield. The ii Genicia of our imperatively demand that there All be hut one. I build not endorse. Pm ours and then share justly nil rightfully in their election he situation is a striking verification the old adage that the path of Uty i the path of take this Urso and All opposition will Pratti Liy disappear in the Southern and r attention to other parts of the yield. Ake any other and you endanger the Tiro situation and strengthen the Jou allow the present Happy puncture to pass All the heroic work o Wenty years will be thrown to the ads. Our guiding hand will Digap Hen it should be stretched Forth to Ady the Ark of our covenant. We uld prove to the world that we Are Evoid of capacity to grasp great oppor Nii Iea and lacking in strength to Rapple with prodigious emergencies. The people hire a Gallant com Cpin the Tild who is leading a revolt Anat the plutocracy of Christendom fiery oppressor every plutocrats in Tho two hemispheres has turned his guns upon him. The subsidised or inca Havo openly proclaimed that he must be Cost. The confederated monopolies Eva Laid aside their parties and their hold Tho that to Are and then hasten to his Relief. Gentle est esp that assailed he is Gallant Knight by Tho Sleuth hounds of the Money Nower of Tho world you my deliberate Here a Long As you please int you cannot prevent Tho people Rora Rushing to the support of their recognized defender and Leader. If you will not May the word they till break Over All restraints and go themselves leaders or leaders and May god bless them for it for so doing. Therefore in obedience of my i great Conception to duty with a solemn conviction that i urn right. I of the United states a distinguished iss already been three times endorsed by the populist parly of his own state once for United states senator and once last week for the presidency. 1 people that intrepid foe of Tho Cor Inorato greed that splendid Jung William j. Brjan of we carried into the Ball. Cross Backer and state Guidon were carried Fryni Fadly taut he i than with the iradidj.-, they War Domrud to the Ilmije in litre Tor live min Ulvi they danced to whip the Tif Cleates howled with Delight. Or. Kepper. Of Nevada who Bor the Orcas finally plutus ii at be Flag of the stage and Tho bearer i of in slate banners and taiga descended t the pit and continued their demons Ira men fought to bar the passage but Tho Way was finally cles ret several men fought like mad Over in of the Maouri Standard. 1 while the struggling Dicapu taints were separated by the police. The Texas and Arkansas standards alone were kept close to the Middle o he Road around which tha radicals formed a hollow Square like desperate men in Battle to repulse the charges o Miahal Minerva Zoberis a Beautiful Young lady led ten cheering in tie loan Ronda delegation. While the demonstration was at its Heibl thousands of copies of a Bryan Silver air and fell in Clouds on the frantic delegates. Each f the Vera a concluded with these ords to lieu pc. Chink Clink. I . I ii Ink. A Ross of sold for Mankind now. Chink . Not to so Rifle simulant . Chink chink chink when quiet was restored after seven Een minutes of bedlam general Field f Virginia who was general Weaver s running mate in 1s92. Hobbled Forward i his Crutch and Niter a Brief speech oved to suspend Tho rules and make ins the Sharp cries of the Texas men they yelled. Chairman alien declared the motion tried but yielding to the protest cited to allow a Call of Stales on Tho Olion. Tho tests men wildly pro ated and chairman Allen at last cognized stump Ashby of Tho one Star Watato for a personal is aah by Nho has been a most disturb of the stage. He opened with a few ctetioq3 remarks about Tho docility of Jan would endorse the platform opted. Slump s peach was not Weil Civ to. Alabama amt Arkansas were not atly. The greatest confusion Colorado voted forty five for d howled or recognition. Congress Aid be placed in nomination. The grew so great that it waa in sible to proceed. The Tesla Dele eol them shouted will never be quiet if you try Continuo that Roll bit Down sit cried tha of sighed through the dense crowd out the platform and pleaded with e delegates to take their beats. When a semblance of quiet was re red congressman Howard from the go protested Ghinst an girl Ilion of a chairman Allen stated and the rules and nominate Bryan by by gosh we won t stand yelled ii. Soles. Doea it not require a two thirds the to carry a shouted an the Arkansas Delegate. The chair Reed that it did cot. Some Ono got on the platform and cad above Tho Dia a Telegram to Henry Lloyd of Chicago from Eugene v. A declining to permit the use Oghig me. At ust so the Only Way of re ring order. General Field withdrew a motion and the Call of the states for or. Cator of California appeared a e first speaker of the series who spared to second Bryon. To said he d always stood Gamst fusion but at the circumstances surrounding the Parent situation wore Peculiar. The populist party was he raid a ung party and it could not Aiford to id it Placo in the Middle of Tho Road Ion it. Or. Cator is a Man of Ipoh a personal appearance and is Poa sed of a voice of sufficient volume to Smithis being heard All Over the 11. And was listened to Nilli apparent Ere it he added that the fact that Jan waa opposed to that Den of Wall Street was sufficient to Vince him that Bryan was entirely cent Solo to he or. .1. K. Mines of Georgia sex Essed Tho opinion to his speech that to populist platform and predicted n orious Victory for the with or. Nines Naa followed by Hon. W. Clap get of Milabo Bryan nomination. It win nol he e rond of collecting together 1 Iuse. Or. T log Jet asserted Liitt of Mckinley would mean t continuance of the Mica of Ihn so locks. He Slio Broil Icil thai in of Mckinley a Success lae Elfi irl enact the Force Bill would be revive the standing army and in the feud Thuban fuck of ill inti chairman of the when or. 1 Hub Eneck arose in 1 lie stage but he declined saying lha in Case of or. Bryan s Noni vestion 1 Felt that he could pledge him Poji list tote in Illinois no the elect to nov Liber. Tim of Fairman of tha Indiana Dele Tion also seconded Bryan s nomination when town waa culled the time wit yielded to governor Kolb. Of Alabam win appealed to the convention to sin All prejudice and passion a the of Silver and nominate that Peerles statesman we. J. the re served minute was occupied by Calam Ity Weller in a protect against Fusio with the democracy. Jerry Simpson responded for Kansas the statesman of Medicine Lodge i very popular with Tho delegates am got a Hearty round of cheers a h tribute to Tom Watson with whom h served in Congress and also to or Bryan who. He said had stood Shou Der to shoulder with him in Ilia Batty for the Relief of the people. While Simpson was talking the Texas delegation withdrew in a body am absolute quiet prevailed for Tho lira Ime during the Day. .1. T. Miller of Tennessee occupied Centuck a time with a speech in Bryan s behalf. Louisiana yielded to Colorado unc that state sent to the platform mrs. Minerva Roberts. The tall slender Young lady with lace aglow and great Ark Eye flashing Camo Forward to the age. As she walked Down the aisle Ith bounding step and ascended the of Tho sunlight. She Wora a White shirt Wai flt and an attractive hat and As she faced the audience her Radiant face brought the convention to its feet. Musical and sympathetic voice aroused them to cheers. Her Brief speech was one of the most eloquent delivered in when she finished the convention besieged on All aides of the platform of Alabama stepped gallantly Forward As Ehe come Down the ate a and with deferential chivalry of the South escorted her to her scat a the Colorado delegation where she was a pain besieged by Del Egipci who uttered their congratulations or. Call of few York spoke in the time of Maine. His tone was from the Jegi Aning opposed to the popular feel opposing what he called marriage of whether tha desire to endorse Bryau was due to a desire to promote he interest of Silver or not. He said who hold nothing nearer to your heart then the abolition of the Banks Are asked to support a party one of whose Standard bearers s a Bank the expression called out loud Dis i Cress when he declared that free Ilver was the Only populist plonk in were asked As to whether or. Call waa a populist or a Delegate. Both were answered in the Allisma Ive although it waa stated by Omo one that he had been a member of the parly for Only to weeks. It come evident however that the convention was growing impatient of Lar. Callandor Bis sentiments. The feeling 3 apparently Strong today for Bryan no hand claps when or. Call asserted hat it was not even known whether sir libyan would stand upon the pop u is platform. He asked that it should Bredof irtely ascertained before action waa taken where or. Bryan stood. Or. Mcorath broke in with the Vescia milion that or. Bryan was platform n himself. Or. Call closed by placing s. If. Norton of Illinois in Nom nation. He eulogized or. Norton As a Phi Lantro Phis to a Man of the people Maryland also seconded Brynn. In loing so. The of hat state was y the people of the United states in half a e. Carry Brown of declared that the Yasuo was Plain. In he coming Campaign it waa either a vote for William j. Bryan and Silver or Mckinley and hell and damnation. Edward s. Greece of Detroit also seconded Bryan saving there is one phase of this question which has not yet been presented. For Many Veara there bos been in this country been the ally of the Republican party in All its villainous and outrageous Iota Bald of Tho the other is the ment the Oiler in the Field the mines and workshops of the Nalion. Michigan also seconds Tho nomination of we. J. O. Minnesota. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lemur of Kansas cause. She we in a suit Gray. Spotted duty try an much. He body swayed violently and he appealed for a Union of the sire forces. The Spital of 70 is abroad i concluded. Wil agile we will elect William j. Brya president of the United the Missouri Deles Filion nominal cd Ignatius Dannelly but when Donuel j declined the Usta of his name he Ohio of the Industrial army. Smith of Tiina. I the people s party would join the allies the Republican Napoleon would i Waterloo. At this critical juncture the people s party could be Wellington Blutcher and turn Tho tide of Battle. Delegate j. Weller Long of Nevada protested that Missouri did not Wai Coxey. Judge Green of Nebraska said the Choice was Between Mckinley and Bryan and the people s part should not hesitate. How Lone have you been hatches out cried an Alabama Delegate for Over thirty replied judge a Texas Delegate mounted a chair und insisted upon putting a City which Lodge till to repro Seoti it Thuc fun Erni tomorrow Liy Kraii Khod Julius Vathana. The following it Tim ii of cd cites r j by the City unde Keri for milk. I summons Mui fume Ilie Soiu 3 without u aisles Dairy team we j. Bryan Anc Thomas Watson the Choice of the populist at St. Good by Ifni i aha Panda wrecked veh Cle Twillia a Dairy earn saturday morning delivery and had left his Fiffe stand Ion in front of one of Hia new s Bulecea on what main and started East. To in North on a Oichun they ran a Boqi without doing Eny injury although in Kaidy. A Vraa nearly Down by the the i then made a Short turn West on c Bia Street upsetting the Brod Able area. Milk and Rich Cream b the horses were stopped in front Voland flouring Mill fort i 1 tit to lit injuring anybody on crowded thoroughfare. Adorn in actin it. I i William Anderson a two Miles Southwest of was driving to the City his team became frightened at a t Shore train it the Wells Street 9 and ran away. Tie occur Park wife were thrown to the ground l was seriously though not Dang Erfyl j injured. While mrs. Anderson ii harmed. The in Jared Man Aken to the residence of Al Ile cig. N Superior Street arbere his Noi Gss were dressed. The runaway Huzl were stopped before they had 1 a. B. C. Ili Wenj of s Iii the City Flo Auguy in route Hii Mother known in shia City Madame life wed. The retire . Ato Early hour nest morning she was an Kenly attacked with excruciating in tin Region of her heart and die within an hour after the att Eek. To deceased a Well known in this Cit having made her Home Here far went years. She was the Mother of the lat mrs. Crull of this City. Professor a. B c. Biewend and or. Edward Biewend of it. Louis and has lately made he Home with tha latter. U a thought the remains will b brought to this City for interment.1 Henry Lohmeyer. An old resident o this City died after illness of to Days duration Lau week at i Home 1c Lillie Street. He was born in Ger Many but when a Mere child he Cam to this country with his parents and lived in fort to Juno Ever since. H a family of nine children ail grown Little Kennett Fleming Aon of Kod Crick Fleming died at Greenfield Las thursday at the age of fifteen months. The remains were brought to this City thursday night and conveyed to the House 53 biker Alread. Where the family reside. At 2 o clock thursday at Garrett ind., occurred the deals of mba Rose shilling a Young lady who has visited and a Well known in this City. She a the piece of mrs. Mary Mcoscar and or. Skilling. Both of this City. Miss Skilling was 20 years of age and was a she was taken sick a year or two ago with a lung at Lection and has been Are or. And mrs. James Skilling of Garrett. The funeral took place saturday afternoon at 2 o clock. Or. Stilling and mrs. Moos car wiil attend. Wednesday St Montpelier mrs. Jacob Ueary died ared sixty right years. Mrs. Retry had Many friends in this City. The funeral took place thursday at Bluffton. Or Mittendorf. Died wednesday at St Joaeph Hospital after a Short illness. The deceased was taken with cholera he Hospital where he suffered consid Rable agony. He Hank gradually until wednesday afternoon when it was seen Here waa no Hope for him. He leaves no family. The funeral was held rom the Chapel of the Hospital Friday Frances Cecilia wife of John h. Baker died of a complication of Dis-oso3 at o clock last thursday at to family residence. Is Street he was forty Aii be Sra of Ane and was a no.4 estimable Christian Tady. Whose eath will be sincerely mourned Fay Many friends. She won Tho wife of the Ell known Tinner and slate roofer Edward Moten aged Nice ears died thursday at his Homo 70 Murray Street. Ilia father is to e Moten Engineer at Tho Kerr i Lurral works. Idson received a Telegram from an astern Ohio town stating that her Ster mrs j. A. Estill had died Aud enly there sunday night. Deceased was h widow and lived with her Chil Ren and at the time of her death Naa visiting her daughter in Ohio. Tho a Terrell in Lindenwood cemetery. Died Josephine daughter of sir. Complaint aged seven months and in Days. To Mother of the Little he six weeks old daughter of Wil. Ram Gaskill died saturday at the Batt Hoid Avenue. Wilbur Sines overseer at Coulter s a Mills at Arcala returned to his lome at noon Friday to find his Young wife lying dead before him a sudden to acc of heart failure having terrain at a her life. Mrs. Sines had been instantaneous. She was Alono in he House her three Small children sing at play in Tho Yard. Tha Maiden name of the deceased was Ella and Ahe was a daughter of William Kook Hill Tho West is in Street Mer Hant. She was thirty four Sfara of be. The funeral was held at 10 o clock unday morning from the methodist Hurch at Arcola and Tho remains were interred at . Tho nine months old child of or. And mrs. Elias Ako died of cholera in no Tim saturday morning. Wei on sunday at t p. Ai from the i Corgi Hermann aped Lif Taij years s x months Ami to then Days died at ii Readin Kcf Walton Avenue lost Uvenia of liver complaint. Deceased of his disease. Sir Divinc him i. A Kinda fait the latter being a Iron Walton . Information. Him replied icon of the j Liat Hof a. Kenmir. It col Nibia City. By Delmra lodged 0.61, 1. O. U. B , to Jeara old to Virginia Millar. Is old. Bra Frank Gronau a months cd j. Esau Anna Keiter a Laonia old Rook child of Fiu stave Schon still . Robert Beuthel. 1 Day old. Esaua Joseph Kline 45 years old cramp Frances c. Baker. It years old com plication of diseases. Tace Nebraska statesman in Little a Lin ital by Axil Enlea am Lilit til we Lilott Arvue Turau St. Loss. July Thomas e. A nominated for vice president by the o clock. There were several candidates sit. Watson s Victory was achieved o the att ballot. The announcement o to ilium of approval from the Middle of the Road men. The convention then adjourned until 0 o clock this morning. The Southern Delegate. Smith. 77 years old. Of age. George Townsend 2ji years old in Kennett Fleming 7 months Oli cholera inf Antum. Edward Olen. J years old. Came Here under he cried. I want you to Tell m whether Bryan will stand on the Pla form the have i know or. Replied judg Green. I know him personally. H a my Friend arid i Bay to you he a a. True a populist As you or then he will not accept the Norm further persisted the to sans sit cried Many voices by was offered. He has not yet accepted o you again know his heart to be i empathy with the principles of our Captain Kilchoan of North Carolina poke in response to the Call for semen j. K. Buchanan of new Jersey also econ did the nomination of As id Charles b. Matthews of new Ark. And John Zisia. Of Ohio. Cyclone Davis Butk that this coven Ion should make an absolute condition hat if Bryan does not accept the Eit highest vote should to the Nomi Utah yields to Mupi Mitchell of Kan Saa who seconded Bryan. Cyclone Davis Mayatha tithe convey on does not accept Hia proposition Daniely. That the candidate receiving e highest number of votes is to be be nominee provided Bryan refuses o accept the populist platform then Ere will be a Call issued for a notional jul isl convention. Should that fail exas will stand Malocu and Call a state North Carolina. New Jersey and a majority of Tho sew York relation Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania and South Dakota second Bryan. Khodos Island seconds Norton. Livingston of Missouri withdraws to the convention. Utah and Vermont second Bryan. Weat Virginia divided and seconds Arizona went Ida Bryan. District of Columbia seconds Brjan. A Roll Call bos been ordered on the Tallut. Alabama Bryan Norton Arkansas Bryan 25. California Bryan 24 Norton 12. Colorado Bryan 45. Connecticut Bryan a Donnelly 1. Delaware Bryan 3. Florida Bryon s. Georgia Bryan 56. Idaho Bryan 7. Indiana Bryan 20 Norton 10. Illinois Bryan a Norton is. Georgia. Brynn Jug Norton 1. Kansas. Bryan Kentucky Bryan 151 Norton 10j. Louisiana Bryan Norton 10. Maine Bryan 3 Norton Maryland Bryan j. Massachusetts. Brynn 21. Michigan Bryan 1 a Norton ii. Minneota Bryan 4 a Norton -1. Mississippi Bryan 12 Norton Missouri Bryan f. Norton 32. Montana Bryan 11. Nebraska. Bryan 57. Nev non Bryan 7. New Hampshire. Bryan -1. New Jersey Bryan in Norton 2. New York Bryan 3-11 Norton North Carolina Bryan 70 Norton 2. North Dakota Bryan 12. Ohio Bryan 21 Norton 11 Debs a Donnelly 2, Coxey 1. Oregon Bryan j 4 0 Norton 7 j. Pennsylvania Bryan 35 Norton 7, Rhode Island Norton 3. South Dakota Plryan 17. Texas Norton Utah Bryan of. Vermont Bryan 13. Virginia Bryan jilt Norton 3. Washington. Bryan 1 Norton West Virginia Bryan 5j Norton Wisconsin Bryan is 5 Norton 15. Wyoming Bryan 6. Arizona Bryan District of Colum Liis Bryan in. New Mexico. Bryan Oklahoma Bryan f Indian territory Bryan ii official result of ballot Bryan. N orlon , 1, sir. I. In Hucl poem lists Wii unite on populist delegates with hoarse voices and red eyes were plentiful today the enthusiastic and angry and sex octet Yella in which they Havo been indulging for the last few Days and Losa o sleep Are beginning to show its e Fleet the convention was tardy in Aseem bling. The weary worn out patriots who have struggled and wrinkled since last wednesday had a very tired look this morning but there was plenty of fight left in them. This fact waa developed beyond a peradventure that where two or More people s purty Dele rates got together there was sure to be and often noisy contentions. All these Mere noticeable on every aids a the delegates came together to Toish the work of the convention. The situation waa Peculiar. The chosen running mate of Bryan was Defeated Lait Nigist. He waa turned Arthur Sewall. Of Maine was not pleasing to the populists. Or. Watson of Dent. This action waa taken late in Abji it half delegates Labouring under the belief that Bryan would be chosen to Lead the ticket. Thay had not Learned that he had font word that he name Muat not be presented or nomination should or. Sewall to def Eald. Some of Bryan s the convention waa called to order that they would nominate him regardless of Hii wishes. But to me wanted one there was inextricable confusion on the door of the auditorium before the convention met Tho delegates stood thy situation and what waa beat to do. The Bryan feeling was very Strong but the Telegram front the ise Barakan do daring that to would not accept the chaotic. Many desired in nominate Bryan in the face of ibis Telegram. Tom fitters of of Colorado and i Ever acid this would not do. They instead of a nomination pointing out thai an endorsement which did not of the Tang a. Davis and other radicals however insisted that Bryau could not refuse and if he did the responsibility for the disaster at the polls would rest on the democracy not the populists. Senator Allen called tha con ten lion to order at after the invocation a Connecticut Del Genie arose to protest against further display of lung Power that had characterised the first three Daya of the convention. He thought it Cissy a Little horse his statement was Given a round of applause. Tiv St thing in order was the selection of members of the National committee and the committees to notify the can dictates for president and vice president Tho Hall presented a decapitated a adjourned shortly before 1 o clock this morning had not been removed the ened Nail pointed Lifan h Bunch of telescopes at All the constellations in the heavens. The Middle of the Road Banner Triumph an try reared itself from the heart of the Lone Star delegation. The Only fresh thing in the Ball Ivy a strip of Muslin tacked to the Balcony above the stage bearing the there were not 100 people in. The galleries. One belated Straggler who had probably remained in the Hall All fully stretched out on the floor in a Remote portion of the Hall. Ban 1 was col present and Thart Wasno Musin. Sergeant at arms me do Well sex my influence the contract Cut mo., july Ulista the times prints an interview with William a. Liar is. In which he ii quoted As saying the Kansas plan is for Tho populists n their state convention at Abilene August ii to endorse the Bryan and ii Vatu electors whom tha democrats will name Hutchinson Tho preceding continuing Hurris Aid it is generally understood that Here will be fusion in Kansas this ear. Although there have been no gently no provisions have been Ormula Tei but fusion is to the air. Tate offices and Telegraph the demo rats the result. They will endorse fix Congress Man Jerry Simp on of Kansas who was present during be interview is quoted As saying there was nothing else to do but accept Tho Ilan and sex Congress Man Jett Hudson today under a Topeka Date the Nisei states senator John Martin to approves of the plan As far As it oe3. He however would recommend y the Hutchinson Abilene Coa eating to arrange the details. Popu at i governor Llewelling of Kansas n a published interview also approves the plan of fusion. United states senator we. A. Peh or interviewed Asle passed through Tho City in route lome from Tho is. Louis convention id the mass of the populists party Shea to see we. J. Bryan tie evident and. No matter what differ even him from carrying every South a state. He will Aleo carry every Eastern he added slowly he will carry by 50 000 com limes a Jivu. When Alabama waa called governor Kolb yielded to general Weaver of Iowa but colonel Gaither of Alabama got to the platform first and injected a speech about joining the Cotton tie a of the South with the wheat Fields of the weat. At that on of he remarks general Weaver came Forward and formally placed or. Bryan in general Weaver said in that mid Glit discussion Between Brutus and attle it Fillippi. Brutus urged that heir cause waa Rife their legion brim-1. At the height and ready to decline Aid he there is 11 Trifo in the of i which taken Al tilt Lajud. on n omitted. Ill the Torii pc of Llie it Iii s bound in shallows jul in on Sui i u full a a arc we now a ill. Ike the Vurnm Wincn i or Losi i ii for Twenty years we have Bec a with the people to espouse the sacred cause which is at slake a his Campaign. We have cob a Tan try urged through Good and through evil reports that our principles wore More important than party associations nere or the potty and feverish ambitions of men. We have thus far suited our action to our words. Through five Ireail Decial starting from in Trio 1s92, you correctly estimated be purposes of old party managers and events have sustained every Apoi cation in your indictment against them. Millions of honest men within old party ranks were deceived they but cot a single Oce of your pickets 103 Ever been caught napping or Jeen taken by Surprise. To your devoted of Lorta is largely due to this country which has enabled the democratic party to assume its present admirable attitude. Your work now about to break Forth in Complete Victory for the Industrial masses. Though olt repulsed by Tho multitude who we would Hare liberated though crucified n return for our kindness Jot through it All we have Eudaily confided in the Ood sense of the people. To still i Lin Vii that this action has a Mission to perform which bail men will not be permitted to destroy and recent events dedicate that the nineteenth Century is not alter All. To close Irith Tho friends of Freedom despondent in the Western Lei Lisp Ore. This country has recently witnessed s new and received another i Chicago Huu led n Ingle Call for stood Cor go unheeded. In its patriotic utterances and action it swept away All Middle ground and opened the Road to i formidable organic Elliptic a. They not Only made Union possible thank Feiven they Havo rendered it inevitable. From Tho very beginning our reach. We will not Refu athe prof it twi assistance of at least 3.000.000 free s ver democrats and not less than free Silver republicans sir aply legalise they have shown Tho Good sense clipped and manned for Little. Them have their own Divis on and owe Esprit d Corpa. The i ipod of glory 1 a open to nil competitors who Are i pit 1 in Forlini in Prino plus Tho populist have he Rudy shown hair pro Woei in n Tny during Twenty yews of struggle. Holders charge co Iii Cru to Frt per. Esp Lic Osiab. Ind., july 2t.-Ono red cases Are now pending in ilk Hart circuit court against removal of the company to on has been followed. By tha a Siiter at the management of the new to company was Cloa Elf Adaoo rated tement is made additional suits will be tiled est ten Daya. Fraud a All Geak a National developments Are prow he claims for judgments now ate the company a arge client age in Illinois Indiana Michigan. By ice Creais Rill to Mae in after a Deuch. Ind., july at edding feast in Honor of the mat miss Corn fish and Wallace sit Ingalls this county tha 1 made sick by eating ice Cream t t s manner possibly in the col Tat was used. They became very he weaker Onee fainted and a a serious condition. Doo Lort 1 lied and administered Emetics a timotes. None of the cases Ove fatal hut several Jhn Walder living in thu cite ought Home in a to parties Are umber of guests wa3 on a trav by o foil. B As Ciuc isgate Ohio july h Hutching of Tho millinery borne in t chins Hunt to. Died in Hia berth on a Lei r on tha Cincinnati Layton train near Toledo last Alhi is wife heard him gaping and Ehalt recently had a fall for Offish Reet car and it is thought that ave been the cause of Hia i , n. Y., july a comb and Nellie actively eighteen and wets re Tiona. Lac about 1c o t at Ley were Sti ack by t Antral Vermont Rai opted to Cross the to d Mia Bushy and3ode Ere driving were games. Ilc Dimms map out u program of list it Ito Vilmin caledonian had about aban one the idea of holding their annual Arnes this year but when the commit be met last evening they reconsidered the games but selecting a time and Ace and program. The games will to held at Ropisan Ark on August 21. When prizes wiil offered for the following events old Man s race. Running High jump. Throwing sixteen Pound Hammer. One halt mile . Boya race under 1- race under in girls race under Kunning croat race. Pole vaulting the Garnea Are free to big alte Danca is assured. The com tree in of the ail air is As Fol ivs David Mckay James Gillie Ergo july 21. Arrison and mrs. A cd to arrive in the ins Antr g irom Pineir Camp at in o elfin Hironi member of a and hich is to meet at t. On of the committee 1 Weaver in Bis opening re Narka naked the convention cot to applaud and Tho delegates listened to when he concluded by naming that cheer followed cheer. The delegates jumped to their Chaira and flaps Coats Hula aisle Guidon were waved in wild confusion. Our men carried a big yellow Cross four by eight feet in surmounted scribed Tho eloquent Worth with which Iran closed of Brilliant speech at Chicago or a big Coajou portrait of the wrecked. Sin Lili s e Lumberman while hitched in front the Firat National Bank .Lsy Oon. Persisted in cheating the neck a horse Lelo Ukiu la w. F. Are a Smiths iting Tho vehicle at Iho Corner telling a game of h car Oil Cerui was Tho Oil a a foul Fly with e was knocked Tothi Shraj. It s Cheek and fell on tug a b a. July h mrs. Sol Cater y while Trpinc to Crois the in . The current was to it r. Under a j 1 Misi Ilutta wait of 3 weal f flt cd left for Chicago to . 4b a Miller Cincinnati committo. Friday by limping Iron lha Eluidge to trip 1 i Iii River. Hindu May Lier dead

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