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NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER * I8JW.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THREE CENTft
JJHUNG CHANG KEPT BUSY.
|TABIETT OP EXPBRIENCEB FOR THF.
GREAT CHINA1IAN.
L?n* AN AUDIEUCK TO IIIMIOSARt ?ODIW.
jfWSM A LUNCHKON DR1VM THROLHIH
, CHINATOWN AND OBTi * OUMPM 0?
T?i; WORK1KG* Of BKVBRAt MV
KKTll'AL DEPABTMEST8.
n, cbincw Ainbaeeador yeaterday had iom?
-ri-d aud lnter?rtlng experieneea. lo Ibe
?J*, ,,. ,,,,,v.,l ? number of eg-lfc*. ?nd
ttVP ???!>??'"?" t?.r|?i^.-!,l;i..v,.s,.i v:uioHsm,s
Is , . ?,. ...i.i>-..^ ?:is nreaented lo
rigear?
...i.'tios. .\n addrett *a? |'i
CTid hta repl* leatllled ... thc B.I work
SnipHslH.l i.y Aiuerk-.ii mlaalooarlee In
JSnibnblt.thPrnnieirftboiMimepopnUitlou
ShIso r.-r...r...i grac-iuiiv t? tbe prayera oi
S ?i*lonarl?i for blm when he wa* atrlcken
? n Lwm-Iu In Jnpan. About 1 oclock ?he
??v escoried l.j S.piadron A, wenl lo tbe
2S,hepW,,s?n.lH.r.?toT,rlbo?armtbal
2^e?,.;,n l? thr l-nltrd ?.aton. Afterar.rd
rwaidrlTrn ibrowrb Cklnatowo. where Ihe
Jiabltani* made a mtai* d..m..i.M.-:.i.oi.
Mthan hapw.I?l t? Vnlon Hqnare and
U-'i ?!?? ''?"??? r"";,:'" s,r",?, 'T0*
Eorwaaglvenal liclnionlco* by the Chlnww
Sa??lau,iniliieaainer<.bauiii.h?l Ihe Ambg*
?ce ?? not preseni To-day after paj ng ?
STto Mayor sm?nit al ihe dtj Hall. be wlll
?ro to Brooklvn. taklng Innohcon al the I nlou
[(M,wi'hi. If hefeeb able, be may vleil Ibe
Kaw Vard.
wi.il,- enterlng hla earrioge after lh? Mer
rbasu' Hub entertalnmenl ttte Vleeroy bad
his Inger eaughl In the lamb of tbe door. but
tbe injury waa aot afrtooa.
WBE RECEPTION OF MIBBION BOARDS.
II Hang had a buay nwrntng yeaterday. H<
arose oarlv. .-.? N h" ruatom. and had hls hath
^efon. ,; o'clock, followlm II up wlth ? bearty
breakfast Hla attendanta announced thal Hla
Exceucncy bad eontracted ? ?llaht eobl but thr
f-ffect at it wai aot partlcularly n tlceable In
the eaareisaU<Mia h? carri< I ?i wltb hla vto
Thc ftrpJ tblafl In th*> official prngramnip f.->r
!l>f day waa the audleaea he ha<l promlsed te
pivr Of rei-ntatlvei o< th? varloui mlaatoa
aiy aecletlea Tbeae pepreaentatlvea betan to
patber in lh? lobby of the hotel as early as 8
#dock. an.l ioon aftei lhal hour an attendanl
eppearcd with th?? aaaouncement that th<> Am
bassador was readj to rec*iv? then Of theaa
there were IBOM thnn thirty. ar<l thf-y rpprc
BeDted tbe Board of Foretgn Mlaalom ?t th*>
Presbyfrian Cburch, th? Amertean ltarti.it
rjnion. tb? t^utA of Forelgn Miaalona of thr Ho
formed Cburch of Arr.orl^a. the Domeatle and
Foreign Miaal >nary Boctety of the Protaatant
Eplscoral Cburch. the Muudonary Bodety of
the Matbodlal Eplacopal Cburch. the Inter
national T. M C. A. and th^ Amf-rloan Board
of Commission.'rs for Foretgn maahma.
The memWs of th^ delegaUon were as f l
lo^s:The R"\ Dr#. Judaon smifn. A. C. Thoaap
aoa. C;ft Creegan. Henry A. Btbnaon, John D.
WeJte. F F Elllnwood, Aithur J. Brown. Benja
mto Uaaree B. W. Baldwtn. J. N. Murdock.
H. C. JiaM-. I>. sac- Markay, J. L. Amerman,
H. X. Cot.t.. Blahop Andrewa. A. T'.. Leonard. B.
L Baldwin. J. M. Bttckley, Jcahua Klml>fr. A.
C Bunn. K. W. Olltnan and Rtcbard C. M' rae.
twJ Mo^rs. I>aiwln It. .lam.s. William Dullea,
yN T. J. Morgan, Frar,< is Bacoa, Peter I?'>nald.
t^H. Tafft. John 8. McL< an. K. Walter Roberte
ud William Foulke.
ADDBBBI OF THR BOCIETIER
The Vlceroy recelved thc df-lppatlon In the
ttntr ro<?m overlooklng Ftfth-ave. H' araa
?sled on a dlvan. and on one akle oi him Btood
ei-Secr'tarv J. W. Poster and on tn<? other the
efrial int.rpret.-r. After the Ambaaaador bad
uted hla vuiitora to be aeated. Ur. Foater In
trodnrM tbe Rev. l?r. F. F Klllnwood. erho had
taen aelected lo ael as the ?pokeaman of the
deleiration. I>r. Elllnwood *aid:
AmnrR the thouaanda of oui rountrymeo who
?aaeeklng opportunlty to do honor o you and
to your aiiaust aoverelgn. we. th? repreaer^.a
U>? of varloua boardi and aocletlea engaged
In rhn?.tiai> mlaaiora In Chlna beg;W' t?
ww- to you oui moet bearty greetlig-,. and
hTmnn you of Ih ? profound reapecl wh ch we
oVriJh .-vard that great and llluatrloua em
nlr? wMrh you <^- worthlly reprewent. For the
lart fl-v v.nr- the mlaalonarlM of theee boarda
fctre bern favorod ?ith th- protectlon of youi
Owrrnment. and we are frank to aay thal In
iw Natlon of ?h* world bave Araerican mla
gananea recelved more Jual and even gejieroua
trtatn-en' than that aceorded to pur mjaakm
ari? by the Imperlal Governmenl of Chlna.
l>r. Elllnwood then referred lo the facl that
|r* auaalonarlea had loal Iheh Hvea In Chlna.
an^ aaM that !n no caae had eu< h loaa of Hfe
l?w due to the connlvance ?: the Chlneae Gov
?nm-nt. "W? take ?p*clal pleaaure." aald the
?peaker. "In paylna thla tribute to the JuaUca
tai hamanltv ahown ??>? thal augusl Power
whifh you have Ihe honor to repreaenl " Dr.
Utoweod went on to aay that Amerlcan mla
*?nari?s had alwaya ahown greal reapec! for
the teachlnjrx of Confuclua, and that thelr
vork had Koo? undertaken in th^- bellef that
Mfrinr ?as not a matter of ethnlc llmltatlona.
He d?fit ,..,.., iaiiv upon th^ aaauraneaa of
KDod-rin toward Amertean rolaakMiartea that
ti Hnmc Chang had glven from tlmo to time.
and thank'-d him heartlly for tharo, accom
paayhig hiF thanka wltb the hope that theae
bron mfcht he eonthaued itt the future. Ha
aiao iKjinted out that. whibi Chbaaman have
often be#>n rudely treated In thls eountry. atlll
Chrtatian people had alwaya done whal fl*V
fflMld to ir.ini?t<-r to thelr well-belng, and thal
the pepreaentatlvea of mlaslonary aocletlea had
?ften appeared In the i-ourta and elaewhere to
4e/en4 tbeir rlghtn. Flnally Dr. Elllnwood
aaid:
Wer?- you to \lsit ?.Ur Paclfk coaal y?i would
*hep-\e wiih Intereat the honasa and refugea
*hkh. tvith tli- ...-.,,. rati.m 4/tl"- (']1,"*'H';
CenBul-';???!. ral the Chrlatlan wonten of tnat
?o?et have provided for unfortuiiate Chlneae
??rU *ho ha- e b?en aoid Into th<- moat debaa
talt slavery. We helleve that all th*se best .tn
P?lae? of philanthropy. which lead our people
??foraet all dlvialona of natlonality and of race.
?ad to atretch out th<ir tfM m true brotrier
keod to your people, wbather bara or in Chlna,
?re the dlrect frult of the leachlnga of the IJI- |
*lne Founder of Chrlatlanlty. Havlng through
tae infiuen<" of the Chriittiaii falth recelved eo
Hch an Inheritancc of blesalng. we feel con
Wralned In gratituae to fiod to regard Ouraen'M
?a dehtorw to all men For thlK reaaon we
?blve to pro( laim In al! landn the knowledpe or
?or Dlvine Tea< h^r and only Bavlour. Jesu?
Chrlst
ln cloalng, permlt ur to expresa anrxv th" aat
hfactlon whlch we hnve felt in belng permltted
l? meet Your Excellency. and to thank you for
'our repeated klndnese^a to our mlaalonarlea.
5* thank the great Father of mankind that
?e haa ao long npared your Hfe in the mldnt
?f manv pertli;; that He ha?< perrnltted you to
?? of mirh emlnent nervlre to your rountry In
?any trvlng etnergenelen. whlch few men of
*ay Natlon eould have met w!th auch great
?**tltty and aucceaa. .
And we eomn:end you to His care aa you r>
tem to your dlatant hoine. where yoti wlll en
>>y th? eonaclouati^aa that not only your eoun
'rymen. but a!l manHnd. unit<- Ul honorlng
rour r.aroo.
U Jir.vo CBAHO'I BBBPOMBB
The Ambaaaador, who amoked a allver wataf'
Prlng the lntervlew. made both a aerbal
limtinufil ou Kourth I'uire.
M'KINLEY TALKS TO EDITORS.
A BTIRRING BPBBCH TO A WE8T VIR
OIN1A DELEQATIOK.
_
HOW THE REPUBUCAM POLICT Wll.i, DEVEM>F
THK RESOURCES OF THKIR ITATX?"NO KHKK j
THAUK AXI> KO KHKK Pll.VKIf -THK
DLTT OF THK PRBM IV THK PMI j
K\T CRISII His WORDt AROl'SE
QREAT CmDBRINO,
Canton, <>hl<?. Bept 1.?Tbe advenl of auturan
w?s mad? notable In Canton by tbe arrrvaJ'of
h delegatlon <>f the Rcpublioan edltora of Wcel
Virpinia. Nlnety?flve per cenl <f the Repub- '
ii?'?n newapapera of th? Btate were reprteented
by thelr pditorn of nwnern In (b? delegatlon. Tbe '
"'litnts HiTlv.d at ??_'::?? o'clock, and t'oiind
apeclal rara (in thc str.-.-t raiiway altlng to
convey thero to the hotel. Aftm- tbey ; id dined i
Ihey furmed In llne an] marched to ibe M<- ,
Klnley realdence. Tii? j were cacorted by t'.~
canton Cavalry Brlgade.
THK RREBTING TO MKIVI.KY
The appearance ?>: Maj >r McKinley waa thc ;
algnal for an outburst irf applauw He waa in- '
troduccd by P. \v. Morrla, Rdltor of "The Kltch!?
? Jazotte" and prealdeni of ?h<- Republlcan Preaa
Aaaoriatlon of \v. ?) Vlrginla. Mr. Morrla,
aroong oth?-r Ihlnge, aald:
"The Republlcan party can be Iruated lo >'. a'
fatrlj and honeetly wHn ailver, ami to glve th?
country al! tbe ailver money thc i-al wanta of
trad?= demand and t ti * - rulea of ftnunco permU.
The other i?<?1 it!?-<? * queatlnn th-.it iy promlnent U
that of protecttnn to Ametican Induatriea This
i? a matter wblcb brtnga you, Mejor McKlnli jr,
dlatlnctly to mlod The 1n that ???? alll ?; wlih
your natne waa auch a i?ne aa to mak<* you dear
to Wesl Vlrginla people. A tarlff btil that .n
once britiKs in aufficlent r?.venue ta aupply pvery
proper need of the Qovern?nen( and properly
protecta Amerlcan Induatriea la.wbat Weal Yir
pinia wanta?and auch a i>ill w.is thc one tta t
bore your namp. The reaaon for tnls is becauae
W.-st Vlrginla haa enough ccal for th<- world
beneath li"r ragged aurteee, Iron ore in vaal
quantltips, great foreats, and aheep and rattl?
on a thousand htlla."
MAJOR BI'KINLET'8 REPLT
>!a.ior McKinley wai heartlly and repeatedly
cheered when ha itepped forth to make anawer
to th<- addreaa of Mr. Ilorrta, Aftcr a few in
trodi'ctory ohoervathma, Major McKinley read
his ?peech from a typewritten manuacrtpt Ji"
aald:
"Mr. Morrla and o^ntlfnipn of thc Republlcan
Preaa Assoriat<rvn of Weat Vlrgirla: it afforda
me rlncere r'p?f"irP '" f^'0 >'"" wolcome to my
Btate, my clty and my horae. Prom no <<\iartf-r
would visitors hc mora arelooma, nor from any
body of mpn than tho repreaentatlvea "f the
Republlcan preaa of Weat Vlrginla, from a
stato whlch i am Intenaely Intereoted In aa a
ettlaen an-l a Republlcan, and becauae I be
lio.v" that upon thc racoeaa "f tbe Republlcan
tirincipips hpr advancement and arelfare largel?
depend. (Applauae.) Thc cauae )n wblcb you
arp cniraRPd thls ycar is onp romniandln? h"th
consrlcno^ and Intcrcpt. Thc Republlcan cauae
npver was morc Ji!?t and rlchtpou.< lhan thls
year, and thc triinnph of its prtaclplea waa
never mora eaaentlal to thc p-nerai welfare of
thc Aioerlcan people than now. Wa bara had
prpnt politlral eotiteata In thc pa?t. but I floubt
if anv waa aver waged wblcb invoiwd hichcr
Intereata te ihc people and to thc tountry at
!ar*c thnn tbeee preeented in tbla eampaJga.
i appbiuae. "?d rri-? r.f "Tbat'a riKhf"*
-Notbtag ?r mora vltal to thc stondin* and
procreao of h country than thc preeervatiofl of
Ua credll and flnaaclal bonor. (Applauae. and
criea 0f "Tbat'a rinht:-* N'otblng la more In
dlepenaable to bualneaa and proaperlty than
that thc currency of thc country nhnii be ao
boneal that it car cbeat aobody. (Oreat ebeer
Ing.) Nothlng is of greater momenl lo the wel
farc of tbe country than *? adoptlon of ?
po,lc, wblcb wlll glvetolabot and capltal con
JTant employmenl wlth falr returna (Applauw
and crlea of "Q.i'"'
RBSPONilBIUTT OP THB PREB*
-But gentlemeii. lylng '""'??"v' ?" ,h"^ M,d I
mon imnortant than aH theaa la the preaervatlon ,
"r ,w and order-tba relgn of domeatlc qulet I
rCheera) Ail tbea* are embraced In tl.nten
,on whlch i? upon ua thla yaar. In eoa?aeUoii
wlth theaa queatkwa aa edltora and publlabera.
you bave tbe graveal rea..albllltlea. Tou belp
,? ina! Publlc aentlment. and a rlghi public
.entlment 1. wbat bi tneat aerted at thto Junct
ureofourNatlonalafralra. Neeer waa the prc.i
of thacounto- morearoueed to theae laauea Iban
?.,w Never dld thc Republlcan cauae ha^c aucl
mjBht'y aupporl from the newopapera of Ihe
Umted statea aa It haa to-day. Tbtohelpl.no.
conftned to the Republlcan preaa alone. but n
dudea many of the greateal newapapera whl h
hav<. wtherto advo.ated the Democratb: cauae
(Oreal a..tuae) AH thla la an avldence thai
thc peopla apprectote that a greai crtola la .
upoJ1 them.and that the way to avold thal crtala ,
I, f.?- patrtotlc men of <-><-n aectloa of the coun- |
try to unlte and an together in the enmmon
cauae of thc country. (Qreat applauae.)
HIQII AIMS (>K TlIK PARTV.
??it la no scifish eoncera, tberefort, that prompta
mf. toexpraaa the hope that Weat Vlrginla may
become permanently a Republlcan Btate (ch.a
and crlea of "1% wlll ko Republlcan tbla fall all
rlgbt"). and that what chc gabied ao flbrloualy
In ]W?4 wlll not be loat In is'.)d. (<;,.-at ap
plauae.) The Republlcan parly alma hlgher than
that ? it to not merely ?he aucceaa of Indlvlduala
Of party, but the good of thc country U aaeba:
and it to in that aplrit, anlmated only by natrl
otio BeatliRent, that i wtob alwaya to apeak and
act. (Applauae).
?There la In my ludgmenl no Btate whoaa
nroanemy to Unkcd mora cloaelj to Republlcan
, M.-s than Weal Vlrginla. rou bavejatenalve
,r comroerce, both on the Oblo and Kanawba.
and tbla la never ao proayeroua and acthe aa
when your great ateri and Iron ntereata, >-n
mlnea. your mllto. your factorteaidre bualj em
rcii.-s of "Tbat'a riKhC i Tour ral!
K?reaSng Sow more than 2.000 tnllea, wlth
[hefrenTpYoySf ara all batUr ofl when every Oeld
,f induitry la employed. Bvery rallroad am
Dlove fron. the trackman to manager. appre
Hatea this as he tiever appieciated it b?forc.
?Thcn have you c-onaldcrcd that perhapa no
.v,! coual territnry. no other 26.000 aquare
?S2 f aoi of the Unlted Stato,. mlghty
2 i"-,r ?15ircea are. could contaln ao many
tatarSu whoaa development. growth and
Intereata dtpepdent upon the matnte
",oKr of the Jteat Republlcan doctrlna of pro
"an;" ? ia?-eu* applauae.) Your development la :
'"?t,OI,v/ ; i,h rcBourc-a a.e acarcely touched. :
?evs. Toui iHh rtsou f , an maxhauatlble
You have the baaiee ?. . aH ,.,..? ?s
(MH).fKH) reex, ??? ????f-- and b0vs. wlth an
ment to '"""Hf thou,ands of dollara. not In- |
?nnu?l pay-olI ?J' ,nou oraf1ons; the produrt,
riudlnK >0UV^nu -the outpul of your great
of your ?'"v whlrh" ccrtalnly added aa much ?
Uo indu.try. J?? rannlna In full ?nd buc- ,
more In wagea ?J ? ^^ Jgnr ()|, (,rod.
ceaaful "i"'r*,l"^,|p|v 10.000,000 t.arrcto per I
oet has approxImaialy mfancy. and
&&!&&&* "* ??teM-H ,n
yiBABTR" wd ,? ra? d
??But your weaun r(a) ^
and rlver trade. iron. ?t .-.
?-t'-tl--" ?" TUtrA la*e'
DUPED BY A\ EMPLOTE.
IUUU8 M. LTON, A DIAMOND DBALER
BWIXDLED OF THOUBANDB
OF DOLLAltS.
Hla KAii.ffiK CAUaCTJ i!Y THE DBTAtiCATtOXI Of
Ji'l.irs BTEIX?THE LATTKR CONTBSSEB, AJfD
ii in curroDT, vrrra the bb
CETVEI <>r THE BTOUCN QOODS.
When l).,- j. w.-lry firm of Jullua M. T.yon. of No.
81 Malden Lane, falled laat areek, it w.is aaM that it
bad gonc under becau.f tbe araaiigdolBga of i
<l*rk in the employ of the Brm, arbo a ia \ coaabi ef
Mr. I.yon. Thls nian has been run OOWfl by the pollee
and la now In ? eell al Pollee Headquartera, He Ih
Jullua j-':. in, twenty-ata yeara oM, of Xo. 331 Baal
Berenty>nlnth-at. He waa a truated man,*havlng
had mora confldence placed In hhn by Mr. Lyon than
any otlnr DM1 In tba atOl l In Iwo yeara hla .?m
berslementt, ?'ii.;i he baa confeaacd, amoonted to
morc than BOD.Oft1 Hc arai irreated al Prtoee-at. and
Broadway on Bunday iy Deteetlvei Vallely and J.
O'Conni U
Btetn ronfeaeetr hla peeulallona and mrde ?( clean
breaal of the ii ??tt.-r to Mr. Lyon. Ife aald lhal he
had In everj Inatanca aold the gooria to Joaeph
l.oblnaen. a Jeweller, of No, 12 Btanton-a( He had
alwaya tak< . dlaroonda. Upon Bteln'a ati tins thu
lo Ifaglatrate Crane, Ihe latl r laaued a warrant
for Roblnaon. and the latter w.is alao atreated,
St<in entered the employ of Jullua Lyon arhen t?'n
yeara old In ter yeara he had become Ihe noat
truated man in the atore. He becanae, aecordlni to
hla own atory, Infatuated arlth a fnai Hfe, and
needed money, For Iwo yeara he awlndled Mr.
Lyon ri^iu and left and Bnally cauced that man'a
rtiln.
The etratt into whlch he had been dragged araa
made known lo Mr Lyon only by a chance A
areek ago Monday .1. W. Block, of No ! Malden
Lane, called al Ihe Lyon eatabllahmeni and aaked
t,. s.'e eome dlamonda He aelected aevernl, i>'d
eipreaaed a wtah to l rnrnre fir.rr onea When Mr.
Lyon told Mm lhal he had already purchaaed two
very Bne itonei nnmnK a l"t he had aelected the
day before. Block aeemed aurprlaed by the atnte
ment, and aaked Lyon what he meant. Lyon toM
him that be had an ordcr on hla booka from Block
for B00 worth ot dli monda Blotk derdrd all knowl
edge of any .u< h iranaactlon, and alao denled lhal
be had ordered the atonea from S'';". arhen Lyon
told him Of It.
MR LYON'B BUBPICfONB AROUBED
Thla Incldenl led Mr Lyon to do a llttle Inv<
aatlng. He areni al once to tbe atora <-f B hula &
Rudolph, of No. za John-at Mr Lyon aald that
?'.-. wera charged on hla booka wlth owlng him
110.000 for dlamonda, bought al vartoua llmea Thls
atatemenl upeel the Bchula ? Rudolph eatabllah
ment for a few mlnutea. The Brm membera re
pudlated the charge. and declared rmphatlcally
thal not one eent araa due Lyon from them.
Lyon wenl funher. He called on vVllllam B
Hedgea of No. I Malden Lana and aaked him If
,M pay the ??.?? Hedgea owed him, Hedgea
waa aatounded by Ihe requeal and denl.>wlng
Lyoa a penay. He prored Ii to him accordlng lo
hla own booka, and Mr Ijyon falnt-heartedly lefl
th* atore U go to the Jewelry bovaa <?( 1. Lew
kowlta In Orand-at Mi Lyoi ald he had a blll
,,f ttMM agalaal him and Lewkovlti aald it waa
not tni<>. He dld n rl owe Lyon a i ? nt
II. * D Belale, ol Jo n al ; I i" Baund
Malden Lane; H E Hardy * Co., of Malden Lan*.
',,,< Aleaauder Latnwr. of No B Saa au al
?n avcceeatvely rtalted oy Mr. Lyon, he havlng
,..,.., nta on hla booka aga.???
,,,.,! ihat tn.v owed him for an) | al itaver.
Ha then loeked oeer hla ledger rarel I aaa
,?,;,, there waa m..te than ?i ?? ?
? i, |lng ,,,, one at tba ato.f v hai t.
l.. m< ?? i en aahed Bl Into - , - ?
Bnd charged blm wlth defraudlng him Bteln,
wlthout any bealtatlon, eonf? ?ed lo Ihe embeaale
? , ... Bnd told I H employer arhal b? had
wi,h ihe dlamondB ii bad laken
M,. ... i that hii ?< Iho I ?.;.- ?? lel ? -<? m Ihat a
Hrm ha I purchaaed a la ? ' Tb< n
i,.. k. .k the n-ni- 10 the amouni Ihi pui ,
and told them lo Ra u a n
. ?. i . . . ? fo throa olT ->- ?
? . ? im
BTEIN'B EMBKZZLKMENTB
.. .? .,.,. ti thal h- hai pa i back 10 the Brm a*
. '.',.' pearly 1100.000. alleglng thal he hai .?
onlyaboui KS.0M on hlmaelf Mr. Lj >n aaya ha haa
'""? " nac , ,.,-.,.,?, n. I the . atem of Bteln i
?mbeaalementr. bu I* only iure ol Ih. i
,,",?.?,.,.. " lle.ay.thai h. . ? ? ?o tell
';. ,Uai h>a mu BteJn gol foi hlm^lf. and boa
"^iailT.'SSSi- on . aarrar, kam
?. ,rat< rrane. on ? ??'-" ?'? belna . reo ei
n ,?.iy Hewaatak.
ari? ?u |o,'ked u? In Pollc- Headquartera
,j , |{ i - -I..II. larentj fou ? ? ?? old
H< aj ? ? ^ 1013 l. xlnglon-avi H<
Bn(] an a^.' ni. ? ? f.-,.onn worth of dl im
' " ' ?' 5,uih! from Steli II.- gave Bteln 13.000
^".nem. H."Waa remanded In th< Cen.r, Btre,
' .'''.,!'1'. ? , !,.,. Fpenl themoney on w iitien
? ,.,, nael foi the Brm of Juiiua M
'? on. wa- a- I ;? "- .,, . ,. ,,,., ,?.??,
lo learn rrom8"' I...-.,. io that
tfha^^"?-?*.' '?'' ,!" ' ?' '"
talk of Ihe caae _
tUJS'Oin ?( A'' FOR I/A7W./I.
gOlSPMOSEf DEHOTBATf BA1 BHTAS IIAa SO
CHANCE THEBK
,,,. mdo ? Bepl i (Bpectoll When C H W I
' l'u . ? i a Ighted al th? Unlon B'a
'-",- " J^wa.'bibbllng over wlih .0 l-mone,
" ' ' ? ? . delegate from ih. XVi Co.
' ;??,:'. "Imemnerofth. Bt... Henira. C.
*' .... .ndwaaalaoa member of H.rlglnaUom.
m ee'ofBeven ahlch oarHed o. Ih.d-rnone)
work a Illlnoh -? ?? to tl Caleigo eonv. -
inols
Wi 1. -?? v ' r';'"
., conv, . lon." he aaM
,,,:?. ,nd a llke number ol alterna ?- !??-??
'' k ? ? .,-? l-mon. ? - ? Imen In III ?la,
? trem< ndou. wuno 1
,nd 1 conlldently 'ipecl ihi pa?J w P?" ""'?'-",
?"? ' ,., . ;, , Thl. number wlll offaei Ihe cem
/, , .. . , the Popu .1. and Hlvti Repuh
???'?' ' ." . .,?. M you m h re Ii ne bope
for illver pe?nocT?ii
?
VORB WAOEBAKSBRS' 8AVIS08 WAXTKD.
rhleaga, Bepi 1 ':' r-pom lo the appeal rec p
? "iuid by Benator Jonea. ehalrmaa of Ihe Demo
' ;? va-ionai Coaaaaluee, for poputer aubacrlp.
' m.nv arf now bew? recelved by Trauaurer
B,";h? ,t Vaw-Torh haadQoarter. I aatoi Jonea
KORTBERS FACIPW IB SBW BASDB.
?k aBn Bei.t L-Andrew T. Burlelgh, Bdwln H.
?Z 9ranh Q Blgelow. recelrera of tba
\i,-Hpnrv ann rnw. "? " ,
^ r,h"r,', Paetne Coaapaay. haea reita^atobad tbe
N I, ?f ihe r.ad aad tarned aver all tbe
^STa-d?fr^ehhw. to th. n,w Kerthern
M RaUroad C.paay H-glnnlng to-day. he
1 ?",,.,: Le under the maaageaaeal aad eoatroTaf
u -ma oftVer. Edwla H, Wnter, preaktent;
the foMowtng ora .
VERMONT DOES GLORIOUSLY
BEGINNING THK LANDSLIDE.
BRTAN AND HIS DOCTRINEB REPUDI
ATED BT TFi:-: OREEN MOUNTAIN
FARMKRS.
OTER TBIKTY-FITE tyOCSAXD UAJORITT.
THBOONTBIT, ItM 'iHT n\ KATIOXAL UNKS. KM'S
IN THK QRBtrEIT RgPUBUCAX VICTOR1
KVKR KNows IN THK BTATE -CHAtR
M?.\ mi:;:i:i:.'. PCTi THI P1QORB1
AT 13.8*6 (* "'I' I.l IK'-'T OF
1. I I-IIKI.I'S S I.KTTI.K.
|HV TF.I.IVJKU'II TO TIIF TRIPINF |
Bt Albana, Vt.. Bept 1?The grtateat Republl?
can vlctory In tbe blatory of thc party In thi*
st.it>' la the reaull of the eleetlon to-day. Th:s
gloiioua trlumph for the prlnclplea of aound
money and protectl >n electa Joalah Orout Qover
nor by more than 35,000 plurallty. Thc real alg
niflcance of thbi phenomenal vote, bowever, la
the rmphatlc Indoraement <>f McKlnlej and Ho
baii and thc st Loula platform, and the repudla
tlon of lir; .in and Popultom.
KVEN REPCBLICAN9 ASTONI8HED.
Tbe Rgurea of tbe eleetlon are aatoundlng, and
ezceed tha moal aangulne eznectatlona of the R<
publlcan leadera
Benator Proctor ? few daya prlor to the elee?
tlon expreaaed the hope that Vermonl would glve
33,imh? plurallty for aound mone) and proteetlon,
i.nd he fell confldent ofa plurallty of 30,000.
The Republlcan reglatratlon In the state waa
57,000, of whlch over B0 per eent or 62,000. waa
caet The lateal returna, a/lvlng thc vote of -'-'m
out of 243 towna ?nd citlea, glve a Republlcan
plurallty of 37.821. The remalnlng towna In
1804 gava 1,181 plurallty, whlch, if maintalned,
wlll make a lotal plurallty of 30,005.
UREETING TO M'KJNLET
At 1 o'clock Chalrman Merrlll aent thc follow
inK meaaage to Major McKinley:
"Headquartera Republlcan I tate Comml ee,
st. Albana Vt, Bept '-'.
?To iion. Wiin.-.in McKinley, Canton, Ohlo.
Vermont clalmlng the li mor of maklng poaai
i!.- >? .11 r unanlmoua nommatlon, to-day ahowa
her fealty by a majorlty of more than 38,000?
tbe largeat evei i ;*? I In the Btati i>> more than
IO.000."
THE OREATEBT MAJOR1TT EVER KNOWN.
A bulletln laaued t r< .m Republlcan headquar?
tera at mldnlght glvea Orout Republlcan, for
Oovernor, IB.448; Jackaon, Deraocrat 13,500; Re>
publl bi n ajoi II i. ::.'. ?58
Thla la nearl) double thc majorlty glven to
the Republlcan candldata for Oovernor In the.
Beptember eleetlon In tha laat PreeldenttoJ year,
and 7.000 mora than waa ever befora glven to a
l:.>publl in candMati for Oovernor.
Tbe conteal waa fought on Natlonal laauea
and tbe flghl between the aupportera of aound
money and free ailver waa of t)>< warmeat char
acter It waa a )?.i11:?* royal, Iral the farmera and
worklngmen of the Green Mountaln Btata wera
not decelved by the delUBlve argumenu of ihc
free ailver advocatea and have utterly refuaed
to aupporl tha PopocratU candldate for Oover?
nor, Dr. ?' Henry Jackaon, arho atood <in thc
Chlcago platfi m and repreaented Wllllam Jen
Brj an in the campalgn.
PHENOMENAL REPUBLICAN <:.viNS
The Republlcana have made thc tnoat vlgoroua
canvaaa ever conducted under Ihe party banner,
and ihey hava been aupported bj aeveral good
Bound-Mopey Deraocrat a arho put patrlotiam
abova partlaanahlp, fealt) and country above
party.
Tn.lurna of the eleetlon ahow phenomenal
Republlcan galna and marked Demoeratlc loaaea
in the cltiea and towna. <*?> well as in the rural
.lisiri. ia. The Republlcana eb t every state
ofllcer bj majorltlea exceedlng 30.000, elect ?
polld Republlcan Benate of thlrty membera, and
200 iul of 245 membera of the Houae. Congreaa
men Wllllam W. Orout and H. H. Powera are
re-elected by majorltlea of over 15,000 eacb
RKCEIVING Tli'?: OOOD NEWB.
The returna of the eleetlon wera reeelved al
"The s Albana Meeeenarer" ofTlcc i?> Chalrman
Ollc Merrlll r/the Republlcan State Commlttee,
Thc firs- bulletta laaued by Chalrman Merrlll
waaat 1 > o'cloch and ahowed returna from 171
(itlea and towna oul of 24B Tha flgurea s:ave a
Republlcan vote .'f 42,020, and a Demoeratlc
vote of 11.554 ;| Republlcan majorlty of 31,066,
a galn of 15.573 over 1802.
At 11 o'clock Chalrman Merrlll laaued hla aec
ond bulletln, n*< followa: "Ona hundred and
nlnety-flva towns and citlea oul of 245 glva i
Republlcan majorit) of 33,687."
Among tha congratulatory meaaagea reeelved
al Republlcan headquartera waa tli" fellowlng:
"Auguata, Me? Bept 1 The Hon. Oeorge T.
Chllda Bi Albana VI Maine aenda you bearty
congratulatlona IVa wlll follow your example.
.1 II MANLET."
PORMBR VOTEfl IN THK BTATE
Thc \ote of the Btata in recenl yeara has h*en
ns followa:
RM I": 'l Oth*l
\m rtov*rnori. *?.Ji? !*?? 1 740
ss ipr^M*'-.s?w !:?-- Sa
IBM (Prtsktenn. ?aiaa n.im i*x>
The vote thto year wlll be compared wlth that
of 1802.
Tbera is n<? queatlon tbal thc lettar of Edward
J. Pbelpa, Of BUTllngton. in whlch he deolared
not only his refusal to aupport Bryan and Baw
all. but his Intentlon to support the Repuhllcan
<and!date in the State election, had a potent in
fluenca wlth many wavertng votata heretofore of
Demorratir falth.
QREAT INTERBfrt 1W THE RESULT.
The great interent in the result of the eleetlon
taken hy the Repuhlh ans thrnuejhout the coun?
try was BhOWn by numerous teleRrams reccived I
from party leadera askinc tat returna
Marcua A. Hanna and Benator Redfleld Proctor
had thc glorloua newa of thc grand vtetory for
aound money anl protecjlon aenl to tbera In
Naw-York. The chalrman Of the RepubUcaa
state Commlttee of Oblo atoo requceted that the
CvntTnaetl on Sproad l'?I?.
QUJETJNG C0N8TA NTINOPLE.
A OENERAL BEARCH FOR ARMfl AND BX
PLOBIVEB TO 3B MADE.
BitOCKINO DETAIta OK TIIR MA8BACRB IX KAS
?IM-THK PORTE VULL HAVE A LABOI
INDEMXITV TO I'AY.
Constantinnplc, Sept. 1.?The policc nave he
Kiin to clear the Anncnians out from thcir hld
ins plaocs. The work is prnrc 'Ing In thc praa*
cnce of thc rorelgn conaula and th?ir deputie?.
uhn have Btlpulated that thc evacuatlon of their
quartera by thc Armeniana shall he only tem
porary; that a!l arms and exploslves found by
the pollce shall he turned over to thc authort
tie?, and that no Armenian .shall be arrested
vithout thc conscnt of thc consuls.
The work of aean hliiK the clty wlll nrobably
he Irritatinp to foreignere, but the various for
elgn repreaentatlvea regard it s necvpsary to
tnstire thc reatoratlen of ordcr. The drago
mana of thc scveral embaaaiea have preaented to
thc Qovernment a note pxpressinK profound re
gret at thc palnful eventa that have marked
tbe twentleth annivcrsary of thc beginnlng of
thc r<4gn of the Bultan. Thls note and those
prevloualy preaented ara rarities In tbe way of
rommunlcatlona frcm ambaaaadora to a foreixn
aoverelgn for thc dlreetneaa of thc lawruape
made uae of; nevertheleaa the Pow-cra -vcre
unanlmoualy agreed upon the aubject mattar
and thc wordlng of thc noter.
Thc detalla of the maaaacree in the Kaaalm
and Haakol quartera form a horrlble story In
the flrat-named quarter forty-flve women and
cbi'.dren, who had taken refuge upon the Bal
roof of a bonae, were dlacovered by thc mob,
who made thelr way to the roof andabutchered
tbe helpleaa refugeea and Bntohed thelr Moody
work by throwlng thc bodlea of tr-. ir vtctlma
Into thc atrect. All of thc Muaaalmana arreated
thus far have been found to have bcen con
cerned in the agltatlon of the Youns Turklsh
party agalnat the Oovernment
Thc authorltlea, in the couree of quelllng the
demonatratlon of the Boftaa on Auguat 26, ar
real d many peraona, and are now- endeavoiing
to pereuade the various forelgn repreaentatlvea
that the*< peraona were thc onea who slaush
tere l thc Armeniana
Thc dlrectora of the Ottonutn Bank have de
clded to aend all the Armenian employea of the
Inatltutlon abroad.
TWELVE l//vV BLOWS TO ATOUS.
,\ POWDER-HOUBE BXPLOBION IN CAL.IPOR
NIA REB4JLTB D1BABTROU8LY.
Ban Prancleco, Bept. 1- By an exploa! m in
the drylng-houae of !),?? Callfornla Powdei
Company. at Herculea Btatlon, thla afte-.noon,
four whlte men and elghi Chlnamen were Mown
to at..ms. A number of whlte men are re
ported mlaalng. Pifteen Chlnamen were mon
,?? |PSS aertoualy Injured, ?nd it is belleved that
Bome of them wlll dle. The whlte men kllled
are Jamea McNulty, foreman "f the mtxlng
room; W. W. Crater. lireman of the packlng
houae; Manuel Oarcto. aaalatant generol en
glneer; John Prieetae, ' tbor r.
Th- exploaton Bei Bre ;?- thc little town of
Rodor and great damage waa done. Thc
nltro-glycerlne pianl of .he powder company.
valued at .<r.(?.?HNt. was deatroyed, aa aere a
number of other bulldlnga in tha vldnlty. Later
ndvlcea from Herculea Blatton Btata thal the
Bre haa been ?h^k.vi m Rodor althout aerioua
loSH.
\fte,- th- rlrat explo I m burnlng acid com
munlcated Bamea to the nelghboring bulldlnga
,,f the powder wrks. whL'h were deetruyed, ex
leptlnit the packlng-nouae. The total 'oee to
th- company wlll reaph KS0O.0OO.
?
i/K/w/T III i/.'n FROU I ERBOXT.
HE is OHBATI.T INTBREBTED IN THE KEWi AND
],.ca PORWARD SOW T" MAIXB.
Canton. Ohlo, Bept. 1. -Major M- Klnley re?
eelved returna from Vernont to-nlghl ?ver the
private wire at his home. He waa much In
tereated in the newa, and i""ks forward wlth
?o |eaa Intereal to the r??ult of tha eleetlon In
Halne later In the tnonth.
-??-?
REPl BLWAXS BERE ELATED.
BBCEIVIXO THK RE?ULT8 OF THE VBRMONT K!.K.
i ioN*a
Th* newi from Vermoni waa reeelved wlth Im
??.,.... ?atlBfaction laal ntghl by the Republlcan
leaderi In town. A number mithered al the head
nuarttra of the Republlcan Btate Commlttee to
I,,,, the returnii. Thc corrldora of the Flfth Ave
, .,'.. note| were Blle.1 by those e??er to learn the
? ,,f ,>,.. nra, ,-!... tlon In New-England In the
c-ampalgn precedlng th. Pre.ldentlal itruggle In
Sovember Man) othen fathered al the Lnlon
i , taue and the Repulblcan i lubi
Oeneral llorare Porler. .urrounded by promlnenl
RopubllcanB, reeelved the returna al the tfnlon
Leaaue Club Oeneral Porter waa partlcularl)
aratlfled by the rwull In Vermont. He opened the
.-..i,ii...iKM there, upeaklng before one of the largeal
catherinaa Itnown in the polltlca of the Oreen
Mountaln Btate. He had predlcted a great galn In
;?,. Republlcan majorlty aa a reBull of the Bnan
cial |Mue and *ald weeka igo thal the agricultural
dlatrlcta fully reallaed the fallacj of the free
"l!!at..r,'in'the evenlng, accompanled by Cornellua
'Vna^^^tor^ldThK waa no more than
i, i,i -x .-. i-i He fore?aw h greatly IncreaBed
fepuMlcan mijorlty. .nd the reaull waa no aur
''rnrnchiK \ Bltoa waa much gratlned over the
Bgu^ai whlch ateaddj in.iic.--i an Increaae In th,
Republlcan nwJortty. .,?,.,, from Burllng
, '?".'?.,';::." ?,,??, i Z e ubloal Slghi aafollowa;
?J? " V, . .h, ?r vollej to-day. rlvalllna Ihe
KbTwnTwIalK .1 ?oyna ranie 5?v'rjupea
and PopullBtB. Majorlty unprecedeatad, B.?k
COSSECTICLT RBPUBLICAK8 MBET.
THBIB iTATB CONVaWTIOS OPEKED IN HAKT
rORD -M-K1M.KVS XAJM CHEERED.
Hartford Caoa.. Bept. L -Tha Republlcan State
Conventlon for tha nomination of State oAcera and
Prealdentlal eleetors and adopUon of a piatform
WHS called io ordcr in thc Auditorium at a few
minutea after 8 o'cleeli to-nlght. Oraaaaua R.
Fytar chalrman of th? Republlcan State Central
Commlttee. rapptd for ordcr, and after a few i>
n-.ark.-? introdueed Oeorga P. McLean, of Btmabury.
n? temporary chalrman
Hoth Mr Fyler and Mr. McLean made refer
ancea to the party'i atandard-bearer, and hi? naaaa
,s.(- greetad aith prolonced applauaa Durlng
Mr Mctean'a apaech a hirge pietura of Mr. Mr
Klnley ??> plgced or. the ?tage. which iaiis>ed *.<
othfr OUtburat of applausc. The stage WBJ dac
or^ted wlth fUc? ar.d banner*. The hall ???
mied with dfleaate!? and there w^? a large at
tendance of apactatora in the aallerlen. Followinic
Mr Bfld.can JiKeph P Peaker (colored), of KBW
Ha'ven nresldent of the State Sutnner I.eaKiie,
made ,-i brlef Bpeech, In whlch he nronibted the kui>
,,.... of hlB raca for McKlaley. Thc.ccmmUtaei. on
Permanenl Organlaatlon, CredenttaUa and Renoii
ii?," w.-.- ibe" appolnted and tha conventlon ad
louriic.l tiil 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Pl0SEBR~0r TBB JAPAXERE UWBi
Beattla. Wash.. Bapt I. -Thc MUka Maru. the
n,aide? .btp of tha Japancse Mall Stcamehlp t Om
?anv batag operatad la conjunClon wlth the Oreat
Aliike Maru Into port
AN AKMY FOR 80UNDMONEY
OOLD DEMOCRATS ASSEMBLE
j ALL PARTi OF THE UNION REPRB
SENTED AT IXDIANAPOEIS.
HRAGG AND BVCKXEB, THE FAVORITE TICKET
NUMBBRB ANL) UAKNESTNKaS THE KEATL'RES
OF THE NATIONAL, DKMOCRATS1 BIO
GATHKKING ? XtW-VOIIK'S
BOUH OLLEGATION.
(BV TE1.L-CRAPH TO THE TRIBCNE.]
Indlanapolis, Sept. 1.?Aa far as a numeroui
and repiesentatlve attendanee, r fnestnesa of
purpoae and h flxed dctermlnatlon to aecompllsh
v.hat It set out to do are eoncerned. the Indlan
apoiis Convention of sound-money Democrata
will paaa Into history as one of the mcst re
markabla lacidenta In the poiitkal history of the
d<?< ad?. While fhere wlll not be as many people
bera as there were ut the Convention whlch
noallnated Bryaa and Bewall and whlla the ab
sence of brtUM banda, nuurchblg cluhs and torch
lipnt proceaalona n:ay auggeat to ihe unthink
lng nilnd a lack of enthusiasm, the one will be
nora than comprneated by the charactar and
Influence of the men ooatp4 "*ig thbi gathering
and the other will he h: !ed with satlsfactlon. I(
not dellgbt, by ail aenatbte people. No polltlcal
movement, eertaioly, has evcr shown in its in
cepttoa and th'.- early partod of Its exlstence
greater vltality or atronger promise of a healthy
growth iban thls has.
BUCUEBfl ALMOBT IMIENOMENAL
When the manageis of the new, or, lf you
will, rehabilitated. party look bark to July
".'?I, the tl.tv on which four Indiana snir.d-money
Democrata met in this city, a d upon tbatr i n
revponalblllty sent to repreaentatlva sound
money Deniocraia in ten Mlddle Weatera statoa
nn Invltation tu n.t in ChlcagO three daya
later and take such atepa as mi^ht Men neees
sary to preserve the Integrlty of the I>emocratic
party. they niay he eXCUaed for regarding the
Bucceaa which has attended thair labors aa
phenomeual A great Natlooal party, surely,
with a compact organisatlon lo nearty every
state never before aprang Into llfe inside of
one month, The movement which, a few daya
ago only, was Bpoken of In the East tn terms
of pompoua incredullty and bellttled with crush
Ing condeecenelon, is more than likeiy to play
an Important and decisive part in the comlng
campaign. "lf any one |s sceptlcal as to the
vltality of thU movement." exclaimed John R.
Wlleon, secretary o! the National Commlttee,
to-day, "let him call to mind what has been
' accompllshed ir> thlrty daya." It sounds llke
] a boast, but It wouid he useless to deny that
It n-sts on a aolld fouadatton.
CROWDg F1I.I. rME MOTEL I.OBBIES.
Withln the tast tw?mty-four hours the clty haa
j taken on a different look Where yesterday one
' or two delegatea fonned the centre of a group of
In'iuirlng newapaper men ln an otherwbM dc-sert
j ed hotel lobby there are to-day crowds surging ln
i ani out of the Denlson. the Grand. the Bates and
other headquartera Blnce late last nlght the
! tralns have brought m delegatlon after delega
; tion.and early thls morning the streets were alive
wi h yellow ,>alges and gllded bugs worn on the
I coata of tho viaftora.
Many wcll-kni.vn figures appeared ln the
; t'ljad flgiliaa that had been se?n ln Chlcago ln
July or had become famlMar to attendants at
I)en oeratic National Conventlons for a rjuarter
of a century past. There were G-j'irnora and
ex-Governors. L'nited States Senators and other
htgh ofiicials. bualneaa men and bankera
and lawyera Every calllug and profession
aeemed reprcaented. They eame from every
i part of the country too; from MabM, from
, Florida, from far-off Washington. from I>ou
Isiana and from Texaa. Whichewr their
home, they crj-tted at once the tmprea
s>io i of repreaentlng the be:;t elcment ln the
; communlty that sent them. The contrast be
i twcen them and the crowds that are usually en
' countered at'ttemocratlc oonventlona was noth
' ing leaa than striklrg. This brief refercnce to
the cha mcter of the men compoetng the Conven
ti ?!! is aeceaeary, perhapa to appreciate the in
Ruence which this movement wlll axert in the
campaign.
; BELP-8EEKINQ BLEMENT OVERBHADOWBO.
Among B body of '-?telllgent nnd self-respect
I ing men like this it WOUld he Idle. of course. to
look for perfect unanlmlty a~ to the beat meana
, of accompllahing an object apparently desired
by all. That object is the defeat of Bryaa; the
i more crushlng the batter. The suspieion. tt la
! true, has been aroused that with aome of the
1 forces h^hind this movement the defeat of the
Altgeld-Tillman candldate la not th>- prtme in
1 centlve of their preeent actlvlty, and that more
?elflah and less petrtotlc motivea are htddea un
der the eloak of an aaaumed Indlgnatkm. These
form. bowever, ? conr arativ?iy Inaignlftcant
elemenl In this Convention and for the purposes
of the preeent campaign are powerteaa, prooav
i bly. to do mis.-hi?'f Their Influence can he felt
only in the futiif- organizn n of ihe party. and
their eouneela wlll carry little or no welght for
the preeent
The g--eat bulk of delega ? as has already
' been aald, deetre honeetly to compass the it
of Bryan. Of that they make no aecret what
ever. A not inconaMerabte number argue al
n dtreel vote for IfcTTlnley la the cleantst and
moat effectlve method, The third ket diea
i appeara to them ? blunder; aepectally so in
', states where i ventlone have already been
held or where aucceaaful fuaton has been ac
! eompluhed. Othera eontend, and not wt'.Tiofjt
i. ison, that In no other way can the vote
Which under DO clreum: : would go to Mc
Klnley be Slreeted from Bryan.
! THE CEKTRAL WE8T THE BATTLEOROVMD.
The Kast CUta little or no figure in these dia
cuaatona. That part of th.> eountrj la regarded
as aafe beyond the ahadow of a doubt It is
I the Central Weatern Btatea whlch are tooked
! upon us the debatable grourd H? r?-. it is
I ahown, llve oM-Mne Democrata who under no
prmaible pressuie can be got to cast a Hepubli>
i can ballot. and to whom the alternative of vot
? ing f< r Bryaa Wtll appear on!y less dlstaateful,
i but who would unhesltatlngly do that rather
than hreak the record of i. lif<-tit?.e of Dcmo
cratic fealty and devotlon.
To aueh people. ar.d th"y are eounted by thou
1 sands in Indiana, Illlnois. Iowa. Kcrtucky and
ohio, a third tlck*t would ptesent a convenlent
and easy bridgc betwecn th* traditkna of tba
paat and their present convlctlon<?. That thoaa
? who favor providlng <ueh a brldge on whlch
the preJudJoea ?f olddlne Democratj can croaa
In aafety are In a sub.tantlal majcrity In the
Convention can be aa longer douoted. but It
la equally certali that th- mlnoiity oppoaed to
the third-tlcket programme wlll be left free to
? ifinat H or not. aa the conditlona of their
i gtatea aeem to demand. In other worda. the
I Convention Wttl not make It oblkatorj- upoa
State organizrtlona to put an electoral ticket
bj the fleld in thoae Statea arhera auch a courae
would threaten the auccoas of M>Kinley.
VARIETY OF PLATKOHM VIEWS.
Another subject of COBtfl ersy which withln
the laat twi -.ty-four hours haa developed a
gtartllng variety of VhtWI ar.d n W seems lik-iy
KBW I'Al.l. OVBRCOATB
Bieed aheallkied <!armenta. with baoks that hang
!oo.?e from the shotild.-rs. without a hre.ik, $10 to $."\
liiiipeetion and crltleintn are in\itcd. (tEOttfJE O,
BENJAMIN, BROAUWAY. CUlt. XTU ST.-Advt.

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