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NEW-YORK. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I, l?W.?SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THREE CKNTS.
CANTOX THEIR MECCA.
pjejajx rORTKlORT MAPPED OBT FOB
MAJOR MKlN'l.r.Y.
UUatrrr-" deukiationb visit him is OREAT
uraiRRRa MO-tR promibbb op bvpp
RRCE11 i D 1 '-? ?."^, B C tMJCRfl
eaatan, Ohlo, Bept 3. Tha next fortnlghl
n,)s,,s ta i? Hvely in Canton. Baturday arlll
[Ifaaaaylvanla 1,;t>- ?",(* ?everal thouaaod vls
? n are expected. A ineetlnR oi raaidentfl of
canton ?'h< ara nativea of Pennaylvanlu wab
2 ra-i ' ,,,ilV',> Addltlonal arranRementa
.r |nc vialtora from Ihe Keyatone B<
akaaaaea annromelng 'ha eotnlna "f aeveral
' a, ,ns a-ere recelved thla erenlnr. On Bep?
*!?.,- s th. ohio Kiltorlal Aaaocintlon wlll
V^ n?.re. rharlea Kmory Bmlth wlll additMi
laVadltora ar i they wlll eall on Major McKtn
;;v in . body. On s. ,. -t,.i..r II Hi- Repub
?: sn IieaiDir Cluba of Pennaylvanta wlll coma
.''? from thelr conv. itlon ln I rle. ("i tha
lulday a deleaatlon ..f Vermonl Republican.
?fflarriv. Ir. Canton t-- rall on Major McKln
. o- the 12th th.- Democratlc McKlnley
comrr.on lal Club of Chl a*o la acheduled f-. a
1 , ... ,),.- McKlnley and llo
aartClub ". McK. . Penn, -111 pay It.
LTanert. io Major McKlnley. < "i the 15th ..
Z'egn - ahoul 'i thouaand farm
_, tnn anithacBtcrn lM.rsylvi.nin is expe t
? ... fthe 15th theQrand
Tmi ? ? tor wlll a-ive a r.ptlon ln
tj, Major The Republlcana of
Butlei nn" ;'"'' Tini
, ng and Tradea Coun
r four other dele$;a;
? ' " T al'the'Ll"
.... ? daya. and he rall
uaual.
rKe number of callera
- them we..lovernor Hoaid
of W nd ex-Sp ai - ' the
...
polnt .1 '- '??'"- ln AV,S"M'
iptheE uo
ty foi hlm
McKlnley i ?" honoT "' hr"''
.
f gtieata wer.
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-,; iry to Maj -
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Corp*.
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rt Republlcana of
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I PILORIMAGK FUOM VF.r.M"NT.
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R. Aliiana. Vt.. S
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rit y ? ? H18 BI'l .: S 11 Efl AX1
RTU, . |i DAT
Wwhlni Se;,| i \ - nor 1 Nivld i:
took th.
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Thla <
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1*0 WESTERX /:isa> CLOBB D00R8.
r Board
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"u,-"i- ? raaliai qul. k!y on aaa ta
' i/.'\ /.',// ?>? Ulll.s VLOBIXQ DOWN.
Pif- . |
P?rv
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re|K)rt u. i-urrent thal m of laa .-t..n au- to
1 ? '? - ...
TWOSWINDLERS IX THE TOILS
ONE PC8ED POB A MINTNG COMPANY,
THB OTHEB TRIED TO OBT DIAlfOND
BOTH WERE WELL KNOWN TO THB DBTECTlVlBfJ
AND CAPTt'RED BEFORE THEIR OPERA
Tl< INB PRO\ ED .-'?>?? 'EBSFCL
"P rtt'gueai Joe," the BWlndler who makea a
It] ol pro uiing rllamonda, dlahoneetl) la
agaln in n eell, now undei the name ot Thomaa
Martell for attempted grand larceny. Anothar
? r nt Pollce lleadquortera, and an ea-con
li Frederlck Wllliam Btokea Palmer, forly
? >, ara old, of Por hmoi fl Btat. n lal ind
He la .1 man wlth n black record The rharge
agalnat hlm la trylng i bwIi 11. Platl St Co., ??(
No. 87 Cedar-at., out of *.'?". Palmer, who la an
EnglUhman, alw lya well-dreaaed, wai arr. tted yea
t rday by I ? I, .t. McC. rthy ind Pollock,
of thr Central Offlce, In Ihe offlce of Platl & c0.
He wenl to thal place on Baturday, id told H.
II. Thorp, .. member of the Brm of Pla t m Co.,
mechanlcal - ? ra, 1 ? ? ted to engage
Ur. Plati .it onca to go to Chlcago wlth hlm on ea
perl buaineaa. H. aald he repreaented a ayi
of FJngllehmen wim owned a large nnd wealth)
: mlnlng property In Colorado, near Denver. li. alao
aald hi was ., member ol the Boclety of Mechanlcal
i Englneera, and aald he knea Mr. Platl well.
rp told Palmer that Mr. Platt waa on hla
Palm. i Induc. I Thorp te aend a tele
n for hlm, urglng hlm to come to New-York not
later than Wedneaday or Thuraday of thla week.
When Palmer waa leavlng the offlce h< irled to
i rroa K of Thorp, bul the latter wat
fused. Mi. P ttt came to the . Ity .'.,'1 taw
Palmer. He arranged to go to Chlcago wlth hlm
Palmer w.s to pay hlm ?.' it ? ?? iln. i nd waa
m us. i- Plnal lermt wi r ? to be
tn. ,|. ,ii < 'i.: igo Mr, Platl waa n tti. tua
plcloua b) Thorp'a Btory >>f Palmcr'a attempt to
?? rrow. and h > went to a frlend Jani i Prei -
man, of No, 53 Broad-at., aboul the matter. Mr.
Pr. ? man knea V ilmer. He told Platl
araa the n an who Bome tlmi I aa
... .? ol >i. Preeman aald
palm. r had b. rv< d flft. < n montha for ,t
Platl aenl word to Cnptaln O'Brli i, <>f the De
r. i, ,ui. who Benl McCartliy and Pollock oi
adviaed Platl to . urrj
ng long oa I.uld and Palm. r waa Bur
I caught. P Imer tel. phoned to Platl Tl
mornlng Ih il he would b. ni II ? Cedar?t. ? l
n wlth a . li. -U for IS50, whlch i ? would
-., and th. n hi could return $30 In . ash.
Ai i ? o lock Palmer called and hai P
n the Bank of the Btate ol X. w
Vork, aigned I y i: C, Ro k. who, h. Bald wat a
me.nber of the syndlcate. i'l 'tt !. I
,, .-. rletoctlvea to pay out the money. bul h< v. b
: thal the BWlndler would make off wlth it
and refuaed. Bo the dcte tlvea had to arreat
. had handed Platt the rhe. k. He
raa taken to Polli ? Headquartera nn I th. r<
as the man who had eerved terma al vartoua
tlmea for aw Ind
? . r i v ? ?:; ki own to tl B .tl u i Tard men.
, and h ta i ipreaci ti I hlmself al tlme
them. li- '. - i.i out of th. penltentlary oi lj
weeka C ? '??? ' p
.. man wl o waa coi ected *
rd >, Kleld. on ? yeara ago, P ilm. r I avlng
?
. re mlaalnj. Btlll anothei
... , ? ia thai I- t l ; from the Mutu
Fun I Aaao. latl ?;. ol thla Ity on falae
rn, It .
P ? -.- ni b laken to tl e
>??. ? i ? ? ? . .
ib poaed aa Morriii ai d '?'
v, B ireri m.1 "Portui
j... Bom. tlmet he glvea a ldr< u
. .. n ?:. Martcl
rten ofdlamondi.
Lune, on Wedneaday. He iireaented r?usl i< -
ot Tarran: .- ' ??' John-ai ? on ??
v ,- the i ? V M. I-'i" x '
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waa i. I off, aa he a. t< i tuaplcloualy Mr. ?'? ? -
?
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r^of MoVrlll Brothera. H. dld no
uTtwfweeka ago Martell called on Chai
\v ... _ '-,'. of No. H Mai.Ln Lnne, reprea.
..':.,. r A Thomaa ol th.
.- 0f Philadelphl H.
N ' '.,,.. aon
? moti k*T?
. . th. .Hd n ? ki.,.".?
-
wen. .. lookf
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H. waa | for the
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... name of "P
that '
neaa. He wlll be nn
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l I n 11 Y THUNDER STORU.
"K BT LIOHTXINO
\ r.M.I. "1' PIRE !s' BROADW \V.
y. -?- : la) waa the mot
\ , v .. - have ? v ?
araa due l I luaea. T
r aome tlme ai
w.,- greal T
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lt wa
Lati
n to l
after ' k. but I
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f the Tiiirtlel
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UOHTSlSa KILLB i MAN IN TONKE
. b v ra
yeara old. a
Mr ? ....
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. ? a ?? i ? blldren.
agtd Mi. CaWipbeU ieu.e* a *u?- ?**"
A WOMA V.v SHOGKINQ 8U1CIDE
THREW HER8RLF BEFORE AN ELE
VATED TRAIN AND WAS OROUND
TO DEATH.
THi: RORRIRLE BIOHT WlTNi'.ssr.p BT A N'.'M
BER nl n i] :.i B1IE v. A \ BERV \NT
OF KMl'I.i ITREXT.
imr- -if ti, ? ni" : ahocklna aufcrt. i ever arlt
i rity waa thal of i woman who
threw heraelf undei th wpoela of n locomoti
on the elevated rallroad at Thlrd-ave. and One
hundred-and-twenty-flfth-st i.i the full vl
aeveral peraona yeaterday mornlng H i b I)
waa ? u. to plecea and ahreda of kt were atrewn
along ihr rallroad track for a dlatance of alxtj
feet or fell Into ihe Btreet below. The woman
waa Mary Ericknen, a aervanl out of employ
m< nt, who had i.n drlven to deaperatlon by
??? and ?!? aei tion. The aulclde wa
in.!.- abocklng becauae in deatroylng her own
llfe tho woman alao kllled her unborn child.
It waa about 9 a m. when tne ?.?..??inan wenl
mi tha platform of tb.. downtown statiin at
Thlrd-ave. and ?ine-hundrad-and-twenty-flfth
Bt., boughi a ticket, walk-d paat the tl
chopper and took her statinn nt one of the
openlnga ln the guard rall at the edge -if the
platform. She waa a atout woman about thlrty
yeara "l'l and ahe wore a blue ar.O whlte shirt
walat, a black alpaci aklrl a-.'l a Bai'.or hat, and
can ? ?' ?? bundle wr-ipped In a newapaper Her
appearance waa that of an ordlnarj aervant,
.in.! ahe Bttracted llttl attentlon aa Bh? Bl.1
Itlng for Ihe naati d .wn traln.
A number of other peraona were nn iho plat?
form, waltlng for the down traln. and thoae
atandlng near were Phlllp Mlller, a news
and a woman, who waa a atranger to i. ?
The woman who helJ the bundle Btood with her
? |oae lo the - dge of tn platform. When
the traln waa aboul flfteen feel awaj from her
ahe auddcnly laid her bundli down "r. ih-- plat?
form Bhe waa In a crouchlng poaition when
she di bundle, a.id wlth a wlld i ry
that Bounded as If it came from a breaklng
hearl ah. threw heraelf face downward on the
track. The other woman acreamed and almo.1
fainted at the alght. Other pera na on th. plat?
form looked ln tlme lo aee the locomotlve rur.
rj mangle th ? woman "n the track.
The englneer tl woman throw heraelf
!n fronl of th< ti iln H the brak. ?
wlth full force and ilao r?veraed the lever In a
deaperate effort rn alop the traln, but th
mentum was 1 I nd the I.?
wheela pau ',,?,? womana body. 1
were ho rll ndlng and cruahlng Bounda aa
tho traln moved on Blxty feet further. The
.? .,],.,. ,; | v, i,,., |. , f the locomotlve cul I
../. bod ir ple. ??-. and then the forward
and ground th. " tlen, n du -Ing
? ? ? ?
a nurrb r of to the
A multltud ? ? ' ?'?'' in ''"'
; ;? the atatli i. and many peraoi i
ip.to the platl '. ''r"" ''' !
ithered up
.... .marrV b. ly. and placed
.-. . hich wai ' ? 'li"
Ftattoi ln Eai On< -hundred-and-tw ? i
er the
inl ? . th.- i av ment below the
i. ,:,,,\.. tra
1- ? ?? V Zane am! I
m 0f the traln. were nn
. ik t ' ' '
a Coroner. Bf-veral
thal 1? waa Impraalble to atop th
.,. ,,, previ ? the death of tho woman,
w 111 i ?- exi
Wi, th ? clothlng ol ' woman . -
ird ?
T bui II? whlch i I on tl
r 1
unl" ? ' hlntt
An ' ? "
., . ?
dred ent to the |
.- - ? ? ? ? *'n.' '
- ..-.-.-. an unma
F?nland.and
r her rr.laforl
? - w"
ZX-JVDGE xTlT.TOX WILL PAY Cl UBB.
AX AXXO
JfBT
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RET.
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....
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re ai
e mornlng oi
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/,/, yoXD '-.' ITI II COBPA \'Y AFFAIRB
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UN*.
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the re
llngof 1 ' ' '
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PALMER AND BUCKNER.
80 uy r>- m (> iv /; v m eips ti t ke r
NAMED UNANIMOUSLT BT THE INDIAN
APOLIB CONVENTION.
THE RAPID ECLIPgE OK OENERAL BRAOO BT
TIli: iIXINOIB BENATOR CLEVELAND DE
CUNE8 TO BE \ CAXPIDATK THB
PLATFORM DECLARES POR THI*
. \M> tRD AXD TAR
IFF i' IR !.: ? im;: OXLY
?THB COXVEXTION
.'. ? ? ll R.NB.
[BT TELBCRAPH TO THB TRlBtTNB ]
Indlanapolls, Bept. 3.?The Convention of the
National Democratlc party flnlahed Ita laboVa
this aftemorn by adoptlng b Bound-money plat?
form and by aelectlng as Ita candldatea for the
JOHN \\
? of P nt and Vlce-Preal nt J >hn M.
p ?. er. of [llinoia, and Blm. B '?'
of Kentu. ky.
\ .?..?>- of Cuck' ??; :-? ? lalm
Ing thla evenlnsc thal dlapatch
from Gi ? ? ? ? recelved at a ?'? hnu: !ast
? g ? and noi made g< len il.' publlc untll earty
thla mornlng, contrl than anythlna
.. ng tii ? atmi sphi re." I
tti.'ikit ?
Thla fanl ? ? I by a num
of t aertlona, foremoel among th^m i?'!ne:
thla thal .'i maj Conv. ntloB woul!
have be. n ? ni) too glad If an opp. rtunltj
? SalR^/ft
"V
SIMON B
?
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.. ?? I puzzle tl
i polll
?f Mr.
hol.f I
. ... t la tru. ?? n dl
rnlm night. and
ment fl I I ? - '
th- falthful, ' ?
.... ? . the Intel
? that they
?ave BuccumtH I to the fu ?
; .- ? ' '
ro MAR THEIR CAl BE.
? ? i
irpoBe "i d< featlng I
I 0f all thlnga. !?? thal t
. . l0 prevent the - ' tho oowl
S , better p-ool
for i ' v'
????.'???
FftDH of the New-Tork delegatlon. At
ber of thal delegatlon
| 10 ? tl.-rs tha: i
... ul.l be rt
? i apprehen
.. : ftei
tlled
ghl to Mr.
Cli-velat.d
1*1*8 Plckwlckl "r of '-'hairn.an Ot_?
fin's telegram of Inqulry and tha pompoua re?
jolnder whlch it evoked amuaed tha delegatea,
but had ih" effect at th- aame tlme <>f Btiliiag
the chlrplng "f th- CuckooH and compelllng
th. m to double-hoop th. 'r rmotlona Th.-ir Uttle
? . : md thelr h.-arts fluttered when
th.. newa came, but they aurvlred tho ahock
an.i they ba' i gone home to-niKht with droop
Ing beada.
THB PABRINO OF BRAOO
Th- nomlnatton <>f QeneraJ Palmer was no
run>riae to thoae who witneaaed last nlght bow
. the chlef competltor fcr ihe honor sue
cumbed :?. the excltement of the hour. Oeneral
r.iaKK had been up t" tha- tlm. th" leadlngcan
dldate, He had dlatanced all hla rivals. The
prlae aeemed t.. ba wlthln hlj graap. Vllaa,
rVattcra in, Oray?all ha<l practi.aiiy been wlth
drawn. Vllaa would not et naent tn th" ua. <>t
his name aa long a* Bragg remalned in the
Held. Watteraon had been atabbed in tho houae
i frlenda by tbe htgh piieat ?f th" Cleve?
land fetli h. Oray, aa an Baatem man, was only
remotel) avallable. Bragg would bava a'on the
PAI.MEU,
I. iiaj ] e won It i -?"!'
had onlj done tnat, out !.- preferred
? ? -in! n"t belng able, It'a a aad
i i what'a the ua ? dwell nfc up. i; It.
Tl. ? leadera ?! arly aaw that another cholce
eral Palmi i' a ? i i< l a good
man, but 1 d alr. a'dy. Would he
? ild. r h de. I.lon? The m i ? nl to
work - ,h'"'
,.., p|, . . Bul hen, near mld
he anm inced that he would conalder tho
? - :n tho morn?
lng, th n-inkod, and lald thelr
? ^ 0'ci ,-u this mornlng
Bl i KXEK.
?-?. ? He 'l -
pt. Tled to l la d 'I ira
? ? .? r. ?an a ueat little atring, d. -
ra.lt merely aa
would nol ted by
Thal In't pi
:: Ing the ta<k.
?Ah-.. n r lap. rlng ahe
... . ... | . |
a noi Uol i now
i the .-eremony ln L ilavltl.
, t Be| t. t 1'.'.
KXRR IIAf A WAI KOVER
Th< f Oeneral Bui kner for -
on th- ti.-k<*t after thal of Oeneral Palmer
inanimou |
.t fn. tion .. rl and by ..
tion to hu
n any .|uart-T, and the Conve
I th. ol Kentucky as a
f tbi moment m> k-ss
the peraonal worth and con
? ; polltlcal r tcord of the man.
THE PLATFORM.
Tl ? ; latf .rt'i in Ita , u k la in tho
- . . i. and lea uncei tatnty
At. attempt ln tba Convention t>>
?r purpoee than
?.ha* ' il og \M-ak i.rethien, and capahte
? 1 .ti more
falled atgnally, owlng to tha
flrmneaa I C nti Ih
Mi Viiat. Tbe
).-? Introdu. tl 'ii of i
?
untll after an acrlmonloua wracgle, " hi. ii i lear
~ lt.f.ilii'nr.1 ?n TnlrU Pa?e.
THK PLATFORM ADOPTED.
DECLARATfON OF I'KINfiPI.KS HY TllE
NATIONAL DBMOCRATIC PARTY.
ACTIOX ni- TIIC CnC-00 rr.NVI-NTION- PB?
HOCXCBD AS RBYOUmORART?THI GOt.D
BTA.tDARD MOaTT BB MAINT.\l>.::n?
TARtrr foi: REVEXUl OSflaT?
M!L CLSVELAXD'I1 ADMIBIB
TRATtON PIUI
lmlianapo!K Bept _?Tha followlng la tha f?H
teal of tha platform adopted b) tha C tn-ntion
of trV- National Democratlc party:
This Convention haa aaaembled tn m MoWt trt#
prtnclplea upon whlch d-pend the honoi an -
fare >.f the Am trlcan people, ln ord. r that I)
cnta throughout th.' Unlon may unlte their pa>
tiiotlc efforta to ;iv t. dlaaatei from thetr coun
try and rutn from tht ir party.
Th.- Democratlc party la pledged to erjual ani
eiacl Juatl. e lo all n en of ever) ?.i and ?"";
dltlon: t.. the largeat freedom of the Indlvldual
.-.,? ilatent wlth good government; to the pt
vatl .11 of the Fed. rai Government In ,': Constl
tuti mai vlgor, and to the aupport of the Btatea
in all their int rlghta: to economy In the publlc
egpendlturea: to the malntenance of the publlo
falth and t tund money; and it is oppoacd to pa
ternadtam and ai! claaa legialatlon,
THK CHICAOO PLATFORM DEJNOUNCED.
ti." declarmtlona of tha Chicmgo Conv. ntlon at
: tack Indlvtdual freedom, the rtght ..f prtvate con
| tract, the Indep nd tnce ..f the Judlciary and tiio
authority of the Prealdent to euforce Faderal
law*. They advocate a reckleaa attempt t.i in
creaae 11. - - prica <,i* h 11 \ * ? r by leglslation, to the
debaaement "f our monetary Btandard, an.l
threaten unllmlted Inuea of paper money by tii't
liovernment They abandon for Republlcan al
llea the Democratlc cauae >,f tariff refornv to
. .in th-.- favor nf protecttonlata to their I - .1
hereay.
In vlew of theae and other grave d. partureti
from Democratlc principl cannut aupport
the candldatea .>r th.t Coni tntlon nor be bound
by its a, ta, The I" mocratlc party has aurvlved
defeats, i.nt could not aurvlve a vlctory won in
hehalf ??! the doctrlno and pollc; pro lalmed ln
Ita name ;tt Chlcago.
Tha condltlon, however, whkh made poasible
' auch ntt trancea from a National Coi tlon are
t.i" direct reault of claaa leglslation by the Re
! publican j.arty. it stiii proclalms, gg it haa fot
yeara, the power am! duty <<t Oovernment to
.ml malntaln prlcoa by law, and it pr <
; , remedy for exla ing evila except oppreaalve
; and unjuat taxat lon.
TAXATJON AND EXPEXDrTURE&
Tlie National Democracy here convened, there
fore, renewa its declaratlona <,f falth in Detn?>
n-;.tie prindplea, eapedally as appllcable to the
condltlona of the tlm.-s. Taxatlon tartff, exi I a
? '? .lir-.-, r. is rlgtitfully Impoaed only for pui.lio
purpoaea, and not f.-r private galn Ita amount
la |uatly m ?.. - ir?d by publlc expen lltur. a, whlch
ahould be limited by acrui llou
suin derlved by tt.- Treaaury from tariff bj I
? v- lae levl. 1 by tha .stat.- <,t tra-l" and
volume of . inaumptlon Tha amount requir. I
by the Treaeury is determln. .1 by the appr. pria
tiona made by i The deman i of the
Republlcan party for an Increaae in larlff taxa?
tlon ha : - text in ?he del f the
i ?>? nue, v. hlch haa Ita cauaea In tba
of trade and reduced conaumption, du
( t,. th.- loaa of coafldence that h l the
Popullat threat of free colnage nnd di
of our money, and the Rcr.u
trivagant apprjprlatlona rond t
good government. Wo arralgn and i
Po| ullatlc conventl m - of Cl Icago ai
for ihelr ? ? t. .,- ., ,...,
party In creatlng thea. Iltlona whlch are
pleided In Juatlflcatloa of a heavy Inci e -'
the bur lena of the paopl ? by a . t to
protectlon.
TARIFF POR l!!;v .':ii; ONLT
\v. therefora denounce j r itectl n and Ita aily,
j free colnage <.f allver, as a< hevnet for I
al 11 'iit "i b :??? al tba exi enae of tl
and oppoae ihe ta-o partlea whl. I
achemea aa hoatlle to the people of ?'. i:
, whoae f.l and ahelter, comfort and proaperlty
are attacked by hlgher ta\ t and depr. I i
money. ln flne, we reafBrm th -? D rmo
cratic do. trlne of tariff f ir revenue only.
W" demand that I
al pollciea toward Amerlcan ahlpping ahall tak*
tii- place of our imltatlon of the | -t.it
utes of the elghteenth century, i i,. n
i',r.."i by i v??! ??? mai i t thi
Unlted Btatea, and whlch, to the Natlon'a humiiL
atlon, have drivi n An ei I. , nt. ???
? of alien flaga and al
made the Rtara and Btrlpea an almost ui ?
known ? mbl< m li foi i vlrtu
gtlngulahed the rac. f Amei m aeamen.
We oppoae the preten. e that iting du?
mote ihlpi Ing thal n ln
ti to commerelal warfare ??
-? ? - .Amerlcan In the llghl of our ereal
- * . whatevet
to Amerlcan ahlpping. whlle greatly -;
.; agricultural ?? 1 manu
??]!<?< 1 i rodui '
OOLD THE MONE? OF COMMERCE.
Tha nce of mankind h ia ah iwn tb it, hy
? natural qualiti. - th<?
?' of th. large affalra of <~om
rce and tllver Is .??
adapted to mlnor tranaacl
i benefl. ial uae of both t"?.-- i
it by the adoptl n of the fotmei lard of
ire, and th< f all.
-. "t at a parity ?? :tii gold by Ita llmit.
. . Thua th*
? enjoyment of both mt tala la
th a \ alue '?..:, t. ?
throuc ? orl ! ? hl< h coi i
?. .t! bimetalllc rum n ? tn<-s(
??? ti.-- beal aii<l
? nn.i ? y for all ?? ho e: hood hy
labor or t! I .
t aufl ' ?" ' l ey known
but are the ? . ??
? - . ? leba ating <-ir.
??? - ' ? ial proflta to th?
trated by long
?
ln the Intereal ? ? -1
? . all, prai ? ? i hy
the legtalatfbn of 1v.:i an I lv-^". tii- g i| i stand
ard "f monetary meaaurement, ai I ? r-w
divorced the Oovernment from i.ankint
and ? - ?? To tl ;s ? .
: ? poll. y wa .
thf> maint f the gold
:-h of .-v-rv dnllar !c^ti-?! by tha
Oovernment, ar.'l ar" I
and ui ? ? ilti '. ? the conv
; . f allver I ultlr n. But we d?.
noun. further malntenance <<t ih- pn a.
.-i.t coatly patchwork ayatem of Nat
ncy as a conatant sour." of inj'iry and
; perll.
CURRENCY REFORM
\Y" aaaert tha - tslty of au< h intr'
' i
to Ita lecil ,-. 1
from tha I Cford to all
- ? - ' ...... , . .^.. ai)ij
I ime by tha ?? h
of ! ta
Th- fldellty, i ? witn
.vhi. h Prealdent l i I has fulBlled his a;reat
? hlgh ch.it'i. t- i f his A-l ?
nd energy ln the ni.uM.n
;i order an.l tha enforcemetit of tho
, i, r- gard for the I every
??..n. its flnti and dl
... t of forelgn afalrg ead P#r
.. m upholdlng the -r. dit a:,d henor .>r the
-. ., ;"?. U, recognlaed by tbe Democratte
ratlc apolbi tyatetn "f BPPototi dl be
We demand Btrtet economy in th.- approTruv
1 tlong and In the a<lmtnistrat!..n .f tlM ?;
We fUVOf arl.itiati..n foc ? "f in
? dtaputi -
We htvor a II '
, .. | ' and ' I
L'PHOLDIKO Tiii: LVPREMI COURT.
The Buptetne court ..( the Dnlted st;tt..s wai
wlaely established Ly the framers of our Obm>

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