Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events of the Year Volume 30

Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events of the Year Volume 30

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...the case of State rs. Klein, declarin the unconstitutionality of the law re uiring a l meat sold in the State to be ins ecte in the State before being butchered. he court regarded such an act as a plain interference with interstate commerce. P0lltlcal.--A convention of the Prohibition arty met at Indiana olis on Feb. 20 and nominated the followin tate ticket: For Secretary of State, Barzillai I1. Blount; for Auditor, Abraham I-lintzingcr; for Treasurer, John E. Branson; for Attorney-General, Sumner Haynes; for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Leander M. Christ; for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Charles L. Jessu; for Judge of the Supreme Court, S. J. Nort. The platform contains the usual resolutions against the sale and use of liquor. favors woman suffrage, a tarifi for revenue only, the passage of a service pension bill, the su pression of trusts, the ap rtionment of the pu ic-school revenue on the is of attendance rather than school polpulation, and the letting oflpublic printing to t e highest bidder. The emocratic Convention met at Indianapolis on Aug. 28. Its nominees were: For Secretary of State, Claude Matthews; for Auditor, J. 0. Henderson; for Treasurer, Albert Gall; for Attorne-General, Alonzo G. Smith; for Judge of the upreme Court, Joseph A. S. Mitchell; for 'Clerk of the Supreme Court, Andrew M. Sweene; for Superintendent of Public Instruction, arvey D. Vories; for State Geologist, Sylvester S. Gorby; for Chief of the Bureau of Statistics, William A. Peelle, Jr. A platform was ado ted. The p atform demands free coinage, of silver, favors the election of United States Senators by the people, and contains the following on local questions: We denounce the conspiracy of certain Re ublican State ofllcials and newspapers more

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