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stltutton aa one nf tho three co-ormn*.
bmr.rhes ot tho OoverRaaeat Ua taa>pendeia
gad autborlty to Ir.t.-rpret the law of tho lan
wlthout f.-ar or fav.ir muat be malntalned
We condemn all cfforta to detrrade that irii
unai ..- Impelr the eonfldeaoe aa I wagaact wrk
jt ha? deeenrt dly held. ...,,..,
The Damocratlc party evat haa ir.ulntalne.
ana ever wlll aaaintaln, the aupretnacy of ia\
the Indepeadence of Ha Jualclal admlnlBirn tlot
the invlolablllty of conttacta ar.d tho oblig
tlona of all good dttseaa to raatai everyJ1":*'
tntat. oombtnatk* or etteaapt againsi ihe -rn
rlghts of property and the good ????*?"
clety. ln whlch are bound up the penc" and ha5
plneea of our people. .???.t,,i ?
Believing theae prlndplea to be f^n??'
thVwell-belng ot tha Republlc, we robmtt thei
to the conslderatlon of the American people.
COXTJCXTIOys RAPID WORl
HOV.' THi: NOMlNATIOHi WBRE HAD1
BJueCRIRR ? ??'"? WOTHRRR DRLi
HE PUATPORR ? 1IBERBD--PALM
i.\ ;-.::?. uni.xiiMi VOTR OX
[BT TBUCatM TO T11V TlUKl-NK] |
ladtaaapolla, Bopt a?The aeeoad day'i a.
Bion of tho Bi tnd-Money Demoormta waa largei
given up tn aa*. iv r on th" great Natlonal ia*.!
of the free c^nage "f the allver .h.iiar at th
ratlo of 18 to 1, und to attaeks upm variou
Bnweelea approved bjr the Popttlhrl wing of tr
Dataocratk party at thelr Natlonal ConvaRtto
held In Chlcago >n July el No preparatlon ha
been made f rr thla apeat h-maklng perlod hy tt
offlcera of the Conventlon, but aeveral men wh
suspeoted that there mlght be a demand f<
?aaaN one "t-i kin time" whlto the Commltt*
oa Reaolutlotni completed the, ptotfonn hi
tbought'ully prepand spoeehes, and thUB ha
an orr?>rtiinitv to dleplay themaetvee hofore th
Ckmvantlon. of thta elaw waa W. C. P. BreeW!
rldrre. who, ir BRlte of I food many hisaes, mnr
agedto get t<? the platform and to dellver a
unctuouslv wi.rded apeech on the hlgher moral
tlrn of polttlOB; whlch, to tho iredlt of the Cor
ventlrn. I 8 II aald, waa recelved coldl.v.
TOMUNSON HALL FULL.
There was a large audience preaent when th
Ceaventloa met at 11 o'clock, and all of the del.
ga.tr* arare preaent. except thoae at work on th
Comm.Ute* on Keaolutlons. The Conventlon ha
therefore was crowded with ::,*.<>I peraona, an
It preaented a flne app-arat.ee. As one looke
upon the faces of the Democratlc delegatea or
percelved that they were of a far hlgher dass <
men thai. ordlnarlly attendfra Democratlc coi
ventlon. DuatniBg men had i learlj forced the
?u-aj Into the Conventlon. They revealed the
prescccr- in one way hy ImUtlng upon remalr
?nr. In tho hall for three houra walting for th
r^mhig of tha Ooniriltteee i n Reeolutlone, an
refrsing to permlt of an cdjournment of tr
corve-tion. aforeover, they pnahed ahead wll
lb- work of Ihe Convention and ermpleted
bef-.n- adjoumlng at 4:30 o'clock. although the
had t-> auTTer the pangs of hunger and to ahai
don thelr dlonors.
WlBBR the Conventlon met. a conaplcuou? flgui
UBon the hlgh platform was that of flenator Joh
il. Pclmor, uf Illinois. a man of aturdy bull
wUh aanad should-^s and a big head and ruggr
fsr.>. He shortly dls-ippoarcd. however. and thi
lUftrved the Illinois .1-legation of the embarras
mef.r of secretly puttlng his nomination t<
Pfcatdent, while deolaring that Senator Palm.
had BRld that momlng that he dld not dealre tl
nomination. Seated with the WlBCOnita delegi
tion was Or.oral Kdward S. Bragg. lookir
rather grlm and stroking his gray heard rcatlea
ly. a.'! though uppre?ad with the eonadouanei
of eomlng defeal aa a candldate for the nomlni
tion for Preaident II was known about tho Coi
verilon Hall that I'n-sident Cleveland had po?
ttvajj deeUaed the n.>mlnation. and also that
tt^jrram h.-.d been recelved from Henry Wattc
ooa aaylng that ha worM not peftoll of th" um i
hla name as a ramlidate. Thus the nomfnati.
waa appRrently ln General Bragg s possesaion
rV-ratr,-' Palmer ihould forhld peremptorily tl
usc of hi3 name aB a eandidate. But it was r
morsd about tho hall that there had been a coi
cextratlon Of the voteB of many Statea upon Se
atc- I'alm.-r alr.-ady, the thought belng that tl
KotumI Money Democrats of Illinois should 1
lad la thelr Oppoaltlon t>> the ro-eloctlon
(?OTernor Altgeld. and that Senator Palm.
would accept Ihe nomination if it should come
hiT with aahatantla] unanlmlty.
autacatiyRiDQira BOURBON BLOQVSNCB,
Whlle tho Conventlon walted for the Commi
tre on r.esolutions, as already stateil. a oeiies
BDceth'-s were made. Cokmel W c P. Breckl
rkStr? v.R- the lirst of these .sjieakers. He u
tsr.tod the platfora of the Democratlc party i
; d^zen different points. In concluslon. M
IJrcriiinrida/e predlcted the r. union of the so
nratfl wings <->( the Democratlc party. ar
ageRaaei great enthualaam in tho Souihern del
|a:J3ons by th>- follOWUlg.
\Yc build an, \v thll Democratlc home, wo i
patr ha broken wlndowa w. pul new hlriges up
it? creaky dyorr. w^ triako cotnfortable ita nnnn
.??? room.', and aft. r Isovember, wb.n theae D.-m
crot^c hr.;thr<.n of ou.s. le,1 a.-trav l>v th. i^r
farj-J. of that Popullstio li.ht. feel that thry a
ir <5<-f"it and aorrow, w. wlll light tb. alecti
llrht of modern clvlllaatlon, throw op"n t1
tc.-s and tb. tlmirs, ll^ht the fire, no thal they m.
m>- thr ravs f th. Rom. to whl. ti W. wlll invi
tr*e?r at no long dlatance, an.i wa wlll i>eg th< m
toiuv aad att by th" firealde wlth un, Wa a-in n
t.r th.-r;i <<f wnai v. have gun. through ac
prohabry to eall th- ^rvant and aa] M.^hn, la
my brwher's boot.-'' ylnco avMently he !ias b.
th-).iKh tbe nn..!. and as na looka a little weai
mc may turr, arouml and say to somebo.iy: "It
i ot the aeaaon of the year when th>- aroma of mi
eemea gentiy from ih" alde of the rlvul. t, imt foi
soe.irig thui we have pui away in the cloael i I
tJe," nr.'l. "John. hriiiK OUl the mint and BUg
;aui k?i oul the <>l'i Rourbon, the Democracy th
i? pur.- and unmlxed, beatde our brother and I
hlm feel ?t home." VTe a-l'i not talk of llv-n ni
apeot. w<- will not apeak of bopaa rulned; wr- w
n.~-"r men tion Chlcago once >.t if wi do we ?
^ !-. by a.im>- aori of paraphraae lik- "the < ity
th? perk-packera.'' or aomethlng of lhal so
m^rely to keep ii> hla mlnd thal h* ha- gott
7>anioi O. QiifBn, of New-Tork, offered a flra
clai plank whlch the N?-w-Vork delegatlon d
slt>d to bave iRcorporated iii the platform, ai
it waa referred to tha C mmlttee on Reeolutlot
CHBKRJ FOR THK PLATFORM.
Senator Vllaa, chalrman of the Commlttee <
JtaeoIuUone, ?us a-elcomed wlth a cheer ai
was Uetened to with cIomo nttont'on as he rn
the platform In a lotid and clear VOlce, Tl
"go:d plank" v. as eayeclally aatched for, and
drew out a Bturm of approvlng cbeera Ti
praite of Mr. Clereland'a Admlnlatratlon ali
w>>n applauae, Aa a whole, the Conventl.
iMx-rrx-rj much pleaev-d a-lth ih>. platform.
'j'h-- Conventlon refuaed to adjourn aft
adoptin;: ihe platform, although it waa naw loi
past the dlnner hour, and demanded that tl
?oaalnatlna of n candl Iat. ? ' r Preaident ai
Vloe-Ptaaldei I ? uld be made.
It was ojulekl) ' vldent, aa aoon aa the ealllr
of the roll of Statea i.-i-:aii thal the competli
candldatei would ba s nator J,.im M Palm
.-i- i General Bdward s. Bragg- Ii waa al
clear th.u moal of the Bound-money Democra
thought th'-y could do the moat effectlvi woi
agalnal Bryan by puttlng th.-ir eandidate t
Preaident i.-i Ihe State of illinois.
Ilr. '"uroii. of Kentucky, took the floor l
r*eri:iis?ir,n of the Btate Of A'.abama, and stab
that Heary Watt4Rraon had forbtddao tbe uae
hla nam<- as a candldata for l'r.-sident.
BjauBuel L Kllffore, of Mlchlgaa, proved to
ih- man who waa to preaent Benator Palmei
name t-. the Conventlon. Ilr Kllgore too* tl
fjoor by permiulon ot the state of Callfornl
und began bli remarka by ? deacrlptlon of tl
trerneadnua defeata the Democratlc party hi
endured m the state of Mlchlgan the mat thn
y.-ars ov ing tO its deVOtlOU t" tbe caus. of tl
fraa colnagr movemeRt They had, therefor
been daaarradl] cruahed ai ihe pollai Kow tl
Democrati ? Mlchlgaa dealred a different kir
.,f a platform, ar.d a dlffereni typa of candld*
up'n. 11. Bttch a man, the afichlgan delegati
ballevad, they saw la ienator J"hn If. Palmi
of Illlnola t:.<- paatfoam ai^" v.as a dlrect cha
Kni,is to i.it fyaacotnaaja Democrata, with ?ui
platform, the BBBUliil IBlHUJ" Democrata of th.
Natlon could courugeouely go to the pulla In No
HKAWOH FOLLOWKKS ALAHMKD
'"he nomination of Henator Palmer waa r..
*? | celvcd with auch favor that the BUpportera "
\[ | General Bragg <>err?d it nccestrary to preaent a
i- . nea their candldate. Blrd W. Jones was pul m
Jj t., in tninute Uenerai Hrngx. He sai'l the silvei
* Democratg of Wlsconain were lioldliiR a Stat.
Convention to-day. Some Demo< ?:ats w. re ir_V
ering between the Bouad-money cemp nnd tht
camp of the allver men. Such a man ns Oenera
Bragg was r.oeded to oMain their BUpport Hlt
nomination for PreBidenl would glve the Bound
money Democrats thouaanda of VOtOB in Wte
oonaln. lt would exclta enthuslg_tn nii over th.
Unlted states. Th.mtnander of the Iroi
Brlgade araa loved by aoldlera everjrwhere Hi
waa loved for th<> frienda he had made as well at
for the enemies he had made.
AlthOUgfe Mr. .ToTir-F made a rranor.ably g"<"
apeech, it waa near before he ftntahed that thi
ConvenUon waa not In a humor to nomtnat
Oenerml Bragg. the applauae at the mention ot
his name belng allght.
John M Harkneaa, of Florida. aaid that the>
had favored Mr. Cleveland'a name, but Blnce h.
deellned the nomination the deletjatkm favore.
Benator Palmer. T,u?.. thpn foi.
it. Bv the tlme tho roll of ?*??**? \, favr,rite
*SZ 4n\n%?fCeV of Nea 5?* and pS"
althouch the blg Btatea oi .> .
so many othei states n? ,',.>tTrmin,i oenera
', , i i mniifv arrecnbarkiam and tjjf fret
agalnat "t money. gr*? minois
L?h^ffimrtthTbemcSItUH& waa trailed I.
the mud lt shouhl now bt raiaed in defiance Ol
OVERWHELMINOLT FOR PALMER
a vote followcd upon Senator Palmer and Gen
er'a. Bragg the only two candldate. nnd reauli-c
as followa: Palmer. 757_; Bragg. lltflfc; net-eagai)
to a choice. BB8.
The vote waa BCarcely made known when Gen
eral Bragg claimed the attention of the Conven
tlon and movr.l the unanimous nomination ol
Benator Palmer. The motlon waa adopted. am
Benator Talmer waa declared the candldate foi
T>VviMiunrtH Bltrwder, of Kentucky, r.omlnate.
Blmo. B Buckner for Vlce-Preeldent n a Bpeec
nraialnB that gentleman. The delegatea cul thi
Khihortb; demanding a vote. and then nom
Inated General Buckner by ?ct,lnmtt,,?n- ._-,, ,,
Th- National Commlttee was authorlxed U
notifv the candldatea of their nomination. am
the Convention adjourned without delny.
THB PROCEED1N08 IN DETAIL,
IndUnapolla, Bept. 1-The delegatea were tardy li
gettlng to the Convention hall th:-- mornlng. At l
oVlork. the honr to whlch th* Convention hai ad
Journed, there were not flfty delegatea preaent. bu
the gallerlea were belng faat IWed up. When Benatoi
1 Talmer. of lllinois. entered tho hall and took hli
i ai n en thi platform h? was compllmented with 4
round of applauae. Boon after 11 o'clock the dele
gatea, wlth the exceptlon of thoae on the Committe,
| on Reaolutlona. hegan to crowd in. commg In aollc
delegations. anl the space BBSlgned tu them waa In 1
Bhort tlme fully occupled. The arriv.i! of ea.'h Stat.
delegatlon wat Indlcated by the muslcians. wh<
played the airs most appi prlate to the location
? Yankee Doodlt" for a New-England State, "Mary
land. My Maryland." for the delegatlon from that
?3.ate, "Oil Kentucky Home." "Dixle," et<\ At
Utual, the pop'ilar acelaim was In favor of "Dlxie"
and 'Maryland.?' Aboul th:s tlme Mr. Buckner. ol
Kentucky. entered the hall, and was greeted wi;*
chctrs. TheB Mr. Brecklnridge, of Kentucky. cam<
in with hia delegatlon, and "Hurrah for Breckin
ridge" w,t.< ahouted ftom scores of throata. Th.
thoutt for Brecklnridge were kepl up from the gal
]erie?, 88 .f lt were expected that he would dellVCl
the apeech whlch he falled to make al the ma?s
meeting laal nlght. lie took no notlce of tbe ahouta
but engaged In converaatlon with ex-Oovernor Burk
ner, who aat 1 y hla ilde
At 11:40 Benator Caffery, of I.ouisiana, as chairmai
of the Convention, roae at:d said:
The CTiait deslrea to annoume to the Convcntioi
thal th>' openlng of the Convention Is d tlgyed fot '
few momemi to aacertarn wheth.r or not the ?'om
mlttee ?n Resolutiona 1? ready to repor;. The Chal
lt inform.-l thnt the eommlttee will report ?hort'.y.
beg ^'r''l. therefore, to be patlent for a few moni>-nt
to aee wbether that errnmittoe is rea.ly.
CCLONEL BRECKINRIDOE BPEAK8.
Thal v.** the aigna) for a renewal of the choits fo
Brecklnrldge, whlch flnally heeame overwheiming
thoup.h a few h.sses were heard commlngled wltl
tliem. Mr. Eireckinridge, advancing to the platform
wat recelved w;;h great cheerlng. ile de'.ivere.j 1
*i,ee,.!i of greal power an 1 eloquence, whlch wa:
? 1 to with profound bIIi nce and attention, ei
cept when broken In upon by bursts of applauat il
sa:J in part:
Ttie Convention at Chlcago and the Conventloi
at St. LouIh, llke two lineo.u.'i] parl ol one ttory, 01
whlch the Introrjuetion is that at Chlcago and tl .
crclualcn lt lhal a? Bt, Loult, Is a ttory of de
Btructlon and dlaaatlafactlon. It i* the evnng^l 01
? 1 iiiul of riiscurri. it i.? an app. al to evi r) .iii.
aatlsfled .Itizm. and h>- who atanda upon the-,
two platform* >Mr Brj in), honeatlj atandlng upor
one and dodglng the admlaalon that he atanda upoi
tne otber, haa been preaentlng dlahoneaty and dlt
.?or.i. la i; true that here In Amerira tbere ur.
-.??ns of elaasea and maaaea? An we nol al
Amerlcan cltitena and equal before thi law? la 1
true thal we have broken jp Into claaaea, and tha
we have to v.:).. .,ut thal elaat reglalatlon? Is ?
not true that every l.oy in Amerlca na? nn equa
chance with ever) other one, if he i* frugal ani
honeat? (Cheera.) The Democratlc party r.r.a al
waya preached tlie goapel of fratertilty. wherevei
there la .1 free man there la a Democratlc party,
Proceedlng to a dlacuaalon ?.f the Chlcago piat
form. Mr. Urc- klnridga eontlnued:
1 deuounce tt becauaa Ita reaull is unlveraal di<
honeat) :rui diacord. lt i^ deatructlve ln ever:
parl of ii. We have an Executlve. It "i:idea/jin
hlm for belng an Kxecutlve. Wo have lawa ?# bt
applled. lt condemna the efflcera of the i;iw be
thej applled them. Wa hav.' h JudlcUry, am
li Independent, even if it be wTong? an<
1. 1 r one, Immodeal aa ma) aeem, pul my poo;
name as .1 lawyer agalnat ona of tne liit-'st de
on on.- preat queatlon -becauae they 'V.
agree ?*;?'.. that d< lalon the) determine tlii; tha
gre it tribunal Hh.il) be sul. ervli nt to p.ii ty cam ui
.-,.!.- mt. I to b* the tool of party wlshea.
.- aometlm. snld v?. ar. here to eleel McKln
l, v. i.'ir fret-allver frienda !'.?,!: ti..it .n.i. ?ut 0
our handa. (Greal lt ughter and cheera . W
elected .1 Democral Prraldenl on the two &r.-.i
Democratlc economlc prln Iea of frear trade an,
aound money In 18Jt Our free-allver frienda a
once attempted t.. deatro) tba Democratlc part)
1 v.jw it ttated the other day that the; had tb
acalpa of Ihelr enemlet hanglng at their belu
They are miataken. They hava tbe acalpa of thei
frienda. (Ren werl laughtei and cheera.) The;
itlsregarded tin- admjnltiona of C'leveland, and
Republlcan Oovernor relgnt m New-Yorg wher
are used to havi a Democratlc Oovernor. Th.-:
would not belleve ? ' money, and Mut
Benda a li^i'ubiican Benator to Blt wlth Arthut I
Oorman and .1 Republlcan Governor >iis ln th
capltal al \ 1 ipo They rcjected the eountel
if tii" most lo\>lv <>f Aim-ri.iin Btateamen, Willlar
l. wtlaon, of Weal Vlrglnla, and Mr. ISlkina eli
ln the t'nlted Btatea Benate They .ii\i.i--i] th
Democratlc party in <>h)?. and now Poraker take
Ihe place ,.f the 'onu line of Democratlc atateamei
endlng wlth Thurraan and I'endleton. They dbire
garded Ihe leachlngn of '"nriisle (cheera), and w>
. !: pul |can Qovernoi In ;ii^ Btate of K"n
tucky They pardoned the Anarchlata ln the grea
pitiit. of llllnola, and every Demo.-raiie Congreu
man walked thi plank al the negi elecUon. Ther
has n<>t b?>en th?- ghOBt of a chance lo elect 1
riemocruti.' Prealdei t tlnce UN becauaa of fre
allver, Therefore, when thejr charge ui with iry
ing to aleet MeKlnley, 1 charge bach thal the;
have done that job ior ua much more xkiifuilv
i()r,?at aiipious., and laughter.) Whal we do in
nd to do la to prevent the electlon of th. Chleag
tickm undar tii< pretenee thal II if ? Democratl
llckei 1 vote.] f.jt Horace Orceley. I nm 110
nshamerl of lt. Il Wat not n v-ry rleliRhtfiil 1I0
at tii. tini.' ilaueliten. but tbe ii'.'tnoi v .,f lt ba
hocome more palatable ii flva and tw.
A PRBACHBR OF PILLAOE.
After ataiing that the nilca^-o ConvenUon ha.
dlaobeyad taatructlooa and theref.in- Democral
were abaolved from followlng lt, Mi Bracktorldg
1 hava nothlng to mv at>oiu the \oun?r gentlemai
who is now enllghtenlng the peopli on the p.-ii,;
tlm ought to control the a.-ttl. m-m or tlie Bnan
li; ,,.le^tlon but I have r.-;oi hla peechea wltl
irreat eare Haa anybod) gathered anythlng froa
hem bul tha ^a'l leaaon thal llfe pomea unequa
wlth men. that to aome come proaperous d. |
n? adveralty; that 10 tomi omet plenty an,
b . me comea wnnt nd lhal aa a ?orollary froa
na^Tho-e wlth wh..a haa.ajne ...M ough
1 , unlt.- to deatroy ... ? ? wUh whoro1 llfe haa1 bee
i.roaperoua? la then ? .??> thlng ala ln Mb apM . h.
.- rlppcd of U.iir varbiage, but IhUI Kcrt la 1
Bre..t countrv. here I* th. Mudaon with U* lUUW
,i..;,. re.ld.ncea of ridi men, n*r.. i.rn ihe aynor
catea i-ontrolling greal auma of money, ana new
ure you. Labor I. nol glTen IU luit ahara of tni
proflta There is Uu- beTlot-box, there **}**' "*?l>
there Ib tb. weapon. you tbe aoldler. u nai U thi
leaaon? Be frtigH. b. law-obedlent, ba petieni, o<
aiateamanllki nml atudy the queatlon. is thai i
No ITae the ballot-boa to equallaa ihut whlch nr.
haa made unequaL l proteei thal thal la noi
Democracy. rLoud eheeraj The i-jovernm.-nt ahal
ni t i u.rt the pi sple. The people B?uH luppon
Ihe Qovemment. lAprilnuse.,
The ballot-boa ih not a weapon of noetuity. u
--..,1 b menace. n takea tbe ptace of the ba>onet
it takea the place of forci No atrlkea, no boinba
no AnarchlaiB, no organliatlona to eommlt vio
l.-ncp. The baflol la not to make iltecord, dui ii
hrlng ab.un hnrmony; nol to produce maBenaiona,
bul to produce thal equallaatlon of law unnei
a-hlcli all men atand 1-n.ual
A TRIBUTE To BX-OOVERNOB RUSBELL
After Mr. Brecklnrtdga bad left tho platforn
and taken his aeat, Mr. Ocha. of Tenneaaee,
offered a reaotutton aaclarlng tha aenae of ib?
Conventlon al th. greal loaa auaUtaed by Ita
Democratlc party aad the NaUon ln tbe death
of wmiam B. Ruaeell, of Maaaachueetta, and
expreeatag "the profound aorrow of the Conven?
tlon nt Mr. RuaeeU'a unUmely mking off." Tha
reaolutton was taken by a rlelnf, vott and wai
carrled unanttnoualy. every delegate Mar-.nsr.
Dr. wiiiia.n Everett, ot lUaaachuaettB, waa eaiiea
upon to apeak In acceptance of tho reaolutkm
ii.- aald. apeaklna with Intenea feellng nml ".'.rn
wha* ?.- ne as Hl,.- may ta reepona. toanyientl,
mnt comina from lb. Bouth or ftf""^, ;r
ot the country. But on thla oecaalon, %????,
man when fiom our sister Btate or T?"n,??5
: i'-v & ?ssar &?? ??*?? h ra
of this Conventlon, ind thej prefei oi i "' -
apeak for themV- havlng accepted It- " ?, fn?
more but to RO hom* > th. UMh ?. man
for utterance. In gratItude r or ' nonored
r*ated. The aon ol Maaaae < ? t?? common
waa three tlmea elected ' ?cwern r ;ii].
wealth. Whether iilect d cr defe. . o(
mlred, honored nnd ';? ?* i rrom hu)
Herkahlre to 1 he aar d. efJCl I> ' '? ;in<1 lo,,.a
S'TSi' ?" & tVw ou- ,-ountiy as he wa,
a tnegram "?ro? Benator Ltadeay. of Kentuchy. in
(Ci5rai!vaga aald'ln connaetlon wlth tbe .ci-gmm.
Mr. t?a\.iK' *"' '? # ,,_,,., .-nrrvinc
Kentucky than there waa eeVtha *?"??
vuitine Chlcago. (Cheeri and laughter.i
%1, witt Warner. of New-Vork. havlng been ln
vi ed to the platform. made a short apeech. ta whlch
! dJdared in new of the aplrlt of the Conven tion.
, "j;?? eoncerntng a hereaft.T had been ban
M e,l froS hla mtad, and ...at, ln thla batt:le. D*
gggt. y Tnd honesiy would wta beeaua- Dcmoc
n.ev and beneaty ar. on- and t??>^
Krederick I.ehn..u,n. of Mlsaourl. was alao in
V,U; ,o th" stand, and made a brief acldrcs,. in
whlch he aald: faith of lh(
Wa are me here to protf* n K W(. ?,.,.
((wT Bynum, of Indtana. waa next Inrtted to
t,kt: the atand. Ha dld ao, and made a ahort
,,,. ,? whk5? ba aald that the Conventlonlahould
mymakea ptatform on the true pHnclplei o
, democratlc party. but .hould place nponU
Moerati who would atand for tbose prtaclpl?.
,'?,, inhnr for them unceaaingly tlll Eloction Day.
MR ECKELi ADDREMM THE CONVKNTION.
Mr Eckela "f Illlnola, Controller of the Currency.
waa then Invlted to the itand. and ??*reaaed .he
cJnrenUon. No one. b. aald, who looked over .he
WCSS - e They w?re no. atruggllna for th.
nubllc place Cheeri.) They wera.here to prevent
rhe Natlonal honor and th" great party of thelr
o^SKffietlon from belng a.htmtaB an; ? J -
wcrd throughoul the land. (Applauae.) 1 ni > wei b
her. ii no unklndl) aolril loward any one. The>
dellre more to make the Democracy on,-" agaln a
haven of refuge. (Applauae.) If the Conventloni ac
ccmpllahed that. It would nol bare been held ta
v ,' 1 If they had polnted out the errora of the peo
ofa who met a Chlcago and had lurned ettentloii
fV^FopulUill. to Democratlc .lo.trine they had
don? iumclent to dcaerve the aratltude of thelr
Sartyand thelr country. (Applauae.) The men who
1 t al Chicaao have htillt up a factlon which under
, I.l condltlona would nol for a alngle
dfv atand the teat of American reaaon, Amerlcan
common-acnee. of Amerlcan honeaty. Jl^had
built thelr factlon on fallacloua Ideaa of Bnance.
Hut he lhanked Ood that there atlll remaine.l. ln
e-erv nook ;ln,i corner of th. land. aufflclenl prlde,
aufflctenl honeaty and aufflclenl patrlotlam to drlv.
,,l|.M, | ta of 1I1" '"hliacii Conventlon from the
Bpolla of offlce at.d Into Ihe Blougli ol auch ?!? .. I
thal they ahould never aa;a!n rlae to bother the
amerlcan i>ublic or to make uneettled the queatlon
of whetber ih-.s was a debt-paytng Natlon. (Ap
Mr Hammond, of Oeorgia, was tbe ikxi plat?
form apeaker. Itef.-rrint,' to the dr-.-ith of ex-Oover
ii.it- Ruaaell, of Massaciiuaetta, Iie quoted from
?? 'Lycldaa la dead- dead before his liro". Young
Lycldna; he haa nol left hla peer.' But," Mr.
Hammond added, "a mmi has arlaen on the ahore
of Maaaachuaetta .allinliiig to Dr. Everett) to take
1 is plaee Iie is golna to aaeert ihe honor of the
anclent faith nnd auard from profanatlon tb.
t.-rni.i" of the f< refathera.' (Applauae i
At the cloae of theae apeechea, the butid atruck
ui' the "Btar Bpangled Ranner." an.i all the dele?
gatea and thoae In ti. ? audlenci. roa. and lolned in
, olncinV the Natlonal anthem with great fervor and
enthualaam. ln th" Interval ot waltlna there wer.
numerou. crle. for "Belmont," but Mr. Belmont
di.i not reapond.
kntiiisiasm FOR THE PLATFORM.
At 1 :','> p. rn. ihe announeemenl waa made thal
the Commlttee on Reaolutlona waa ready to report,
nnd Benator Vllaa, chalrman of tbe commlttee,
took the stand aml i?-nd ln hla ctear, reaonant
volce, wlth much emphaaia, the document whlch
11,1 tit. which wlll be found ln nnothor rolumn, belng
accompanled by applauae al every leiiinj; polnt At
the close <>t the readlng th. whole Conventlon
Btood up and waved flaga, hata and handkerchlefa,
whlle the band played "America." When order
wai reitored Mr Vllaa sald:
Mr Preaident, before auch a body ?? th!^ no
argument can b* deemed neceaaar: to th. full
underaundlng of the prlnclple. s<-t f'.rth ln tha
j.latforr.i whlch l? propoaed for your conslderatlon.
Therefore. wlth iru.- reeognltlon of all the rlreum
Btancei of the hour, I ahall make no argument, bul
wlll proceed dlre. tly to th- dlacharge <.f the offlce
whlch thi- commlttee ha- Impoeed upon me nnd
mi.ve th.- .i.'..;.'i'iti 'f il.e r. ? .,lnt ion.?.
The platform was unanlmoualy adopted.
A motion t.. tak. a receaa waa voted down
on motion of Mr. Brecklnrldge, of Kentuck)
BRYAN -aCOME ON, J0NE8, \\\
TILh THAT r
Colgate & Co's
Convention iwc-jeaded te tha nomination of oandl
datea The roll of Btgtea was aalled. Alabama
ilelded to Kentucky, and A. J- Carrotl took the
Btand He aald tbatfjBoaa weeka ago, when II araa
problomatlcal whal proportlont thla movemenl
would aa.M.me. and when the moat enthuaiaatw
frlend of II could nol foretell thal the enthuataam
would be ho great a? to reaull In the aaaemWlng of
thla magnllkent Convention. thare were .1 number
of gentlemen eutatde tha stat. of Kentucky, who,
looattng around for aome one to lead tha forlorn
hope, tur.ied their eyes toward a dtlgea of Ken
tucky (Henry Watteraon), whoaa name was indta
aolubly llnked wlth tha Democracy. That clthten
had baen for many montha In forelgn Uutda an
gaged in a work ln whlch hig head and haart wera
int.T.'.it..i. ln commlttlng to Iraperlabable hlatory
th.' career of a man (Abraham Uncela), wheae llfe
and charaeter furnlah one of th.- Impertahablc
jrlories of th- Republlc. In hla retr.at ..mottg tht
inounf.nlns of BwttgerUnd there came r.-peated
meeaagea from his fnewis urgtng him to lay asbb
his pen and take up Bgaln the battto of Detnoe
ra.y. At flrst he perHlstently refuaed, bm Bnall]
reaponded that he had never In hia uf.' urged men
:o go where he would not go himself. and he would,
if dealred, take up the flght. (Cheera.) Hince that
tlm" thla magnlflcent Convention waa aaaembled,
and it ia fotmri th.re are many tti.-.i leadera who
ar..- willlnK to mako the flght. In vk)W of that fact,
iin.l of t.he further fact that the Btata of Ken?
tucky wlll present for eonslileration at the handa
of thls Convention one of Its IlluatrlOUa badtis,
who, in his charaeter and peroon, typtflaa and
stands for all that la best in Kentucky manhood ?
in vlew of theae facta )!<? haa sem .-? meaaage a< r.,sn
the aea that he doe? not dcslrc his name to ba pre
i sentcd to thla Convention. (Cheera.)
MICHIOAN PREBENTB PALMER.
Callfornla rlelded to tbe Btate of Iflehlgan, and
_ I.. Kllborn, of that State. who. after a few pre
llmlnary r.-marlv* as to the experlence of the State
of Iflehlgan with free-ailver tlcketa, and ;>? to the
courae puraued In n-gnrd to the UI hlgan delega
tion at the fhicago Convention, continued as fol
Humiliated nnd .isham<d. W8 left that Convention,
llttle knowing where wa miicht go for eonaolation
and rellef Bul th.-re soon gathered at Orand
Raplda 'n our Btate, a body of loyal Demo. rata who
laaued a call for a convention to be heki at the
rapltal. That convention w-as held and nomlnated
Rufua v Bprague for Oovernor, .md BO.OOd Demo?
crata of Iflehlgan will poii their rotea for hlm n. gt
November; if we can follew up (hal nomination by
the nomination of a man who it< himseir a repre
aentatlve of the doctrlnea of Democracy, we will
itisiir. Democratlc aucccaa In Iflehlgan agalnat the
Popullal doctrine of Chlcago, I am commlasloned
by th.- >leiep,-,t,.s of Mlchlgan to preaent aa tne nomi
nee of thla Convention a man who has been for
lomj yeara known te the people of the country, a
man who b.vn been. not a profeaaed, but a i-e.ii friend
,.f ihe worklngman, 1 m.m who has been tlrtt and
foremost ln every movemenl for the rellef of the
people from the burdent of taxatlon, h man whom
v%,- expeel to take up the atandard lirst held by
Jefferaon'a hand, carried bv Jackaon and upheld by
Cleveland. I have the honor to name to you that
grand *"i. .md magnlflcent ttateaman of the .-itate of
lliinoi?, Oeneral .loiin M Palmer. (Cheera.)
Benator Palmer'a nomination was brlefly secondert
by a deleaate from Iflehlgan.
BRAOO NAMKl> BT WtSCONBIN,
Connectlcul ylelded to Wlaconaln, an.l Mr. Jonea,
of that Htnte, took the ttand nnd placed Oeneral
Bragg In nomination ln nn elo.pient apeech.
After Jones's nomination of Bragg, Mr. Hartrldge,
of Florlda, aal.l that when the Plorida delegatlon
came to the Convention it was for the purpoee of
presentlng the name of Grover Cleveland, but be
raus" they believed that the ctvlliged world was
Btandmg to-day with its he.ir acute to hear Lie
sou:i(i comlng from thla Convention, Juat aa tlie
BcottiBh lassie put her ear to the ground at Luck
now io hear the bagplpea of Havelock'a army, he
dealred to aay on the part of tl.<- Florlda delegatlon
that they beartily and with eniire unanlmlty aec
onded th" nomination of .Senator I'almer, of Illi
Thomas P. .'oiripan, of (Jeorsia, also second.-d the
nomi.intion <>f Benator Palmer, aajeaklng of him as
the Blucher who had arrlved to win the fleld of
Wat. rloo. Senator Palmer, he said, was the prop. 1
man to meot on th< fleld tbe champlon of free allver
nnd of nn OUtlawry mob, a man who owed his nomi?
nation at I'hie.-ijro 10 tbe ratalng "a croat of gold" ln
derlalon and mockery, and to "mldaummer mnd
When the Btate of llliimis was called further
tlme waa raqueeted for conalderatlon. Tha call of
Btatea wenl on. with the followlng reaponaee:
Indiatia?"Has no candldate."
lowa?"Haa no <? indld ite."
Kanaaa?"Haa no candldate."
Kentucky -"Haa no candldate."
Louielana" Has no candldate, and hns no ap?ee:i
to make, except to say that, no matter who the
candldate may be, we wlll BUPPOrt him ln I.ouis?
iana, hearl and aouL"
Ifaine?"Haa no candldate to tupport, hut ple.irrea
to our fellow-Democrata In thls Rr.-a: Convention
warm an.l ardent tupport to the candldate of thla
Maryland?"Haa no candldate to present. Sena?
tor Palmer la good enough for ua."
Mataachuaetta "Preaenta no candldate, and wlll
be glad to vote ..* aoon aa w< e .me to i,ail >t."
ft'hefl tha Btate of Mlnneaota *-aa .-alird Mr.
r ncheon, of thal Btate, came to the ttand and - il 1
lhal the Mlnneaota dclegati - id Intended to pre
aenl ihe name of Danlel VV. Lawler. of ihe North
Bta Btate, bul they had bec. me convinced that
there wat but one in-jn whoae name waa fll to I k
tvith tbal of Oeneral Buckner, of Kentucky, is
vv... n^llaaouri waa called Mr Lehmann took tlie
atand and aald 1
The si,;.' of Mbtaourl had egpecied to preaent
the name of their fellow-cltlgen. Jamea O. Broad
heid bellevlng thal his private llfe, hla hign publt.j
Bervl'ce* and great eaporlence mad. hlm worl ly of
thal diatlnction. but hu had ?: Ui 1 mlt ua
?0 uae 1 ln name, tnd we r< lu 11 I) acquleace. u ?
,,-, ;-, .. r, ,? No e indldate we can nama
can be elected. (Crlea of 'No:* I Let us face the
worat, and even tak, lt for granted he wlll not
carrv on^ aolltary eleetoral vote, (Renewed crlea
,,, ,. ...,,,: 1 Thouah our hope la forlorn, this 1 0 ,
-. it :f w? worthlly auataln lt, wlll prove a new
The'rmopylae thla lacrll ? of Indlvlduala ind the
? ir A
Z'D BRTTEB OET UNDER OOVER
?iCIilcac 1 JouriiaU
tha titmoat oourage and dartng. ?e mi in
requlaltea unlted in a clttaen who haa born a nrwjau
wSh equal gallantry ln itattle ?"* d?*?|5l"m -
haa th" hnpetuoua oo,ira*e of the < li'r m n
t.-.ck aml Ibe Btubborn braverr o the R.nma,"??
defence. a man who haa ..o more 'ear <* aBMia
phor than he hai af * ml1'^ ;ln '''.T'fh ? m
h.era.i I aeoond the nomination of tne grun.
L'r..v grlBiled reteran. the Iren leider w tha
fronBrigade. Edward 8. Rrnax, of P/la? onaln. (Ap
. ptaue. '
NEBRABKA MORI THAN BATIiFXED.
Nebraaka belng reaehad, C. s. Montgom-ry. of
that state, reapanded amld m.nh laughter. H*
.,1.1: 'Mr. Preaident. the Btat. of NehraaM haa
aiready furnlihed on. to,. many candldatea for
Preaident." .. ,. ,
Clarence E. farr replled for KTew-Haaapthlrathal
he had rn. candldate to prapoae, but be bad ?
.entlra.nl to offer, whlch u-ae: 'Ton ahatl not
,,,,,,. up?,, the falr face of Amerlcan praaperity n
allver lacarlot.M (Cheera.)
when ui.io waa ealled, B H. Holdlng anawered
-Wlth unuiual modeaty, tha Btat. of Ohlo haa nc
candldate." (Laughter and cheera.>
Lcwla L M Atttmr. from his place bi the Orep-on
delegatlon, aeconded the nomination of General
Bragg in a typewrlttan apeech, wnlch was heard
wlth much Impatlence. Another delegat. froaathi
Btat. aii thal Oregon aI*c aaconded tha nomina?
tion of -Joiin M. Palmer.
Tennewee, through J. H. Hoiman. aoronde.i
P.ilm.-r. ;,s alao dld Vermont and VlrglnU, the
latter Btate tbreugfa B. V. Bootbold, who ?pok?
from his place in the delegatlon and was laaudlbll
at th" report.rV tabl".
Waahlngton also aeconded r.ilmer.
Then UH'.ols. whlch had been paiied earlier ln
the . .ui. aaked to be heard, an.i .jud*e Thomai a
Moran aacended tha platform and aald:
Wa only braab all.no. now to eaptata to yo-.i
why. duSng the progreaa of thla.^ventfon
Illlnola haa bc.-n allent ao loncr. We have been
p lani becauae our llpe wera aealed by? Uw. eaaa
?,,,?! ,,f the Hon. .i..hn M Palmer. of "llnola.
, haa been our eonvlctlon from th. flratthat ha
vrna th" proper candldate of this Conventlon. bul
we have be. n forWdden io aay ao by that man. wno
ii ;. modeat aa he la great. And now ?e ?>*?*
whal we have to aay wtthoul bli perir, rlon oi
i-onaent In his seleetlon .a your atandard-bearer
vi wlll honor Illlnola. and Illlnola la one of tha
battle-aro.la, If not ti." chlef battle-fleld, wher.
this electlon is to he conteated. There la bo on.
; . nr ln this enmpaiKi. and that Im the is-.;i<- t."
v,-een aound money and a depreclated currency,
and In John M. Palmer you have a man whose
v?' ni.. ||f? haa been devoted whenever this quea?
tlon haa been 10 the front 1 1 th" defence of aound
money agalnat all aorta of depreclated currency
and tint money. .lar-.n M Palmer la a platform ln
hlmaelf Iie r.eeda .10 worda. ll.ere is lu this
,.;imi.;.lfli but on" issti". ar.d the effort of the? TvO
puhltcana to preaenl two Issue... rommd m?< or tne
lllbernlan who umi"rtook to olrect a fri. nd of hia
nh, had drank too much on hla way liome
"Mlke," aald he, "go down there to Uie next corner
and you aee two pnths. Tek" ihe flr?i one. rhere
|s bul one there." (I.auichter.i Th" Isaue in thla
campalgn la aound money. That iaaun the Amerl
..,., people wlll declde in thla campalgn. and wlll
forever aettle tho queatlon of free allver. rjlve
ua llnanclal peace ar.d reetore oonrtdenc" and proa
p ii ity. .1 'heers.)
PALMER BWEBPB THE PIELD.
All the Statea havlng been ealled for nomina
tio.-.a, the chalrman atated that the vote would
now be taken. The Statea nnd Territorles arere
?alled, and th. call proceeded aa far es the Btat.
of Wlaconaln, Senator Palmer rc.-chi:-.?: a very
largo majorlty of th..> vot"i?. When Wlaconaln wn?
.-..'I. d Oeneral Bragg roae and aald:
Mr. Chalrman. thanklnp my noble Btate for the
honor sh" has done me ln preeenttng mv name to
this dlatlngulahed Conventlon, and thankrag thoae
Other Btates tha? l-.ave kindly slven n1-- th-fr aup
port, l thlnk I can do myaelf no greater honor
than to move al this tlme thut the nomlnatl
General John If. Palmer be made unanlmoua
(Cheera.) And I aasure hlm and hla frldids that
I wlll occuny for hlm and for th" princlplea aur.
ported by thi- Conventlon (aa far as 1 am ..blei the
place whlch th" Btate of Wlaconaln aaya that her
Bona ahould occupy ln hattle-tiie place neireil the
flag of the enemy. iLou.i cheeri.)
.'?"tieral Bragg*B motion that the nomination of
General Palmer be made unanlmoua waa put to
ih" I'onventioii and carrled, and the chalrman an
nounced ofllctally that Oeneral John af. Palmer is
tho nomino" of the Natlonal Democrat'." rart.-.' for
Preaident of th"se Unlted Btatea
As soon as the announcment was niado there
was an outhtirst of wlld anthualaam on the | art
of tlie Conventlon. The g-ui.'otts and flajjs and
bannera that were within reach were oau&ht up
and the "march of the atindardi" around the
Conventlon Hall waa performed amld ahouta and
BUCKNER'fl THK ONLY NAME,
Aa aoon aa the uproar aubefded, the chalrman
announced that tho nomination of candldatea for
VlC.-Pre.ldent wai next in order. There waa no
uaeleea formallty about that procecdlnjr. calling of
States alphabetlcally, 1 nt the aecretary stiirt-.i at
once with KentUCky, when W. R. Brow.ler, of that
St.ite. made a speecli nominatinR General Shnon
liollvar lluekner. The Conventlon war- Impattent
at tho sprech bul waa ready to declare the nomi?
nation. and the .'hair put th" queatlon and de
clared that General Buckner was the nomlnee of
the Natlonal Democratlc party for Vlce-Preal
dent of tlie i.'nittii .Statcs. Thi. announcment,
Uk" the other, waa followed by loud cheerlna and
by th" proceaalon of tha atandarda?thal of Kt-n
tu.-ky behiK carrled by 1 colored man. Durtng
it,.. proceealor the band played "America,"
"Tankee Doodle" aml "nixie," m-.d the enthual
aam waa great.
The folloainK resolc.tion wa>< offered by Mr.
I Broadhead, of Mlaeouii. and waa carrled:
Reaolved, That the Natlonal Commlttee sh.tl!
have full power to arrange for the ptaclng of all
candldatea nomlnatcd by the National Conven?
tlon >.n th" imiiots of the reapectlva Btatea In the
tnanner requlred by tlie electlon lawa of paid
Btatea; that s^jd commlttee have power to fill all
inclea, to at-ange for th" notlflcatlon of the
candldatea r.ontinateri by the Conventlon and cen
erally to exerclae the powera of this Conventlon
after the adjournment thereof.
Reaolutlona of tlianka to the members of the
temporary National Commlttee at-d of the tem
porary Natlonal Rxecutlve Commlttee for their
good and wlae work, and 10 the people of Indlan
apoila for the manner In which tha Conventlon
was entertalned were preaented and adopted, and
then, al 4:ln p. m , the Conventlon adjourned t?ine
die. to th- muBlc of "Auld Lang Byne."
HOW THE FIR8T BALLOT BTOOD.
The followtng is th. Rrat b.iiiot of the nomina?
tion of Preaident as ll proceeded:
I Urasi '?' ?' a, Bragg,
Aiabanu . -"- New Uampsblr. .. H
Arhansaa . M Jtea Jaraej .... IB l
? . i* Sew-York . it ;:.
. H V. r-.h . a* .':::.. . 22
mneetleut . II Sorlh !'.,k-.:i.
??- . >i - "ii... m :?;
. * Oregcn . -i 4
i . -ii - Peaaaylv.nl. . fi! i
Illli ' . 47 1 Rhed lelaa 1 ... S
Irt'liar.a . BO Bouth i.'arotlna.... IS
lowa . -?',- !j ?-. nth iivi, i. s :i
Kanaaa . ^i> -? Yvnaeaaea . 21 ;i
:<?:?.i-',,v . u 13 T. \*? . 30
l/.-ii.-nni . '.-'? Vi-rm nt . %
Walne . 13 -- Viratnl. . 24
Maryland . lrt WHKh:t.gt.,n . s
Maaaarhuaeiia ...80 ? Weal vlrgtala. 12
Miriiip^n. 3B Wtaronala . - ?.??
?Ilnn.sot. . !.'. a AlaKka . ?
Miesiesippl . is ? Arlaaaa . n
M -. it t . 17 17 Xtw-Jfextea . a
Nebraaka ..'.'.... I I To'ula . TatH 1194
VEW.TOBK'fl riNAN.'IAI. n.ANK.
Indlanapolta, Bept. 3 The followtng reeolutlon
wa. offered bj Chalrman Orlflln ..' the metiir.K of
the New-York deiecation to-dny. and waa unant
mou dj adopt. d:
Wh. ? as, The Democratlc party i".-o>;niz--s gold as
the bcai and only accepted atandurd .-,f commerctal
\alui-. th.reby poaaeailna the exclualve character
latlc "f haala money, ihe auppiv and tha quallty
thereof belna aufBclent for ih<- chlef demanqa f..r
future colnage, and as all atlempta to f.ir.-.- :..i\"t- to
i irctilate as puch money by colnlna al a ratlo ln <>?.
<?> aa of Ita commerctal ?? alua *?* bulUon h^?\a reaulted
in fallura and ..i" now dlacontlnued i>y the leadlng
i ommerclal natlona;
Beaolved, Thal the party eppoaee tba further
colnage of allver al any ratlo, and either by the in
depend.nl actl in of our own Oovernm.nl or In |
auan.. of Internattonel agreement, exeepl >?s b
fractional currency and that. too, r".le<mable || par
i?.-.,-,,-.l. Tha' tba pledg.a or .mr Oovernment t^i
malntain tt-.r equallty lixerl by law of the aold nnd
ail\er whlch ha. hei-ii cotaed by Its autborlty sho ild
leinain nn lol.t. for?>\ er
Th. ? hnlrman w.is Instrueted to offi-r the fore
golng to the Conventlon and ask the prlvllege ..f
hai Ing it read,
OOLD QOrXQ To CASADA.
Moatreal, Bept. J.?Eurapaan troid ka aaahtag Ita
waj Into Canada il a rapld rate. Il was announced
to-da) th.it Hi" Hrltl--li itank of North America
had imported a aaltllon In goM, and that racantly
th. Banb of IContreal ordered talf a mtlUen of
th. prectaufl metal ai the pres?..it rat?. of ex?
. inge, it ih sald. ii;e Importation of R..1.I la n
profltable tranaactlon, ind tius la no doubt th"
eauae of th? pi"Ment Influa
tiif v. rr. c. t. r. to mf.f.t is soyember.
Chlcago. Sept. 1? "Th" I nLm Btgnal" ..l this
daie eonialna tbe odlclal eull for the twcnty-thlrd
jannual Mmvenlloa of tlie Natlonal Wcaaan'a
ihrihiian Tamperanee Unlon to be beM in Ht.
Loula November U-il Tbe eall aaya thai 11??
iIIiiks of this conventlon will b. ainuiar to
thoae of tha prevtoua eonventlona The delegatea
of tti" conv.ntlon w.n be on ii.e aame baan ?s
heretofore There wlll be d.partment oonference.
throughoul th. entlre conventlon, n.l aevera] pub
u ineetinKs of apectal lnieresi on the day preced
li.t; ihe conVeaUoa are bctng arranged for.
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IndlanapollB, Bept. 3.?Imri after tha
Convention adjourned Benator Palmer ?r.d Gov.
ernor Buckner were stcorted t< the Orand Hotel,
where the new Xctlonal Commlttee anii awaJt.
i:i(? th"m. They were recelved wltb. every d?tn.
.-?ns'.rutlon of approval. but there was no *x.
t'-.nde.i speeehnvkinp. Benator Ptdnwra atti.
tude toward the nomination was, if curae. th?.
flrst thin? to r.-onalder, bj he haa ??. tedlj a_|
ln the last tew di?y-i that he ?'aa not a randi.
date, and could pot be conaldered ;i- a candi.
rlat-. There was much rellef. therefore, whtn
the nomlnee of th" Convention announced thal
ha would i ow to the wlll >>f the Convention and
tho*e it representa, This wa? the "iirnal fot
greal applauae In the crowded cinmittee-room,
There was a perceptlble air of rellef.
vVhile the candldate* wera preaenl the ?>**
mtttee ptoceeaJed to organhte b; tbe ^ir.'tioo
of Mr. I3>nuni gg permanenl cbalrman. JchnP
Frenzel. of thi.* clty, waa elected treaaurara)
the commlttee. Th.' aecretaryahlp wlll be di?
posed of by the new Bxecutlve Conmittee, th.
Bppolntment of whlch waa lefl 11 Chalrmea By
iium. Th's probably means that the headetjjf
ters of the commlttee will be in this < ity. ar.'
rlnt John R. vVllson, th- effldenl aecretgry 8
the commlttee, wlll be called upon to conttal
in hla ponition. Chalrman Bynura aald this af
ternoon that it was his intentlor.. na well a
that of the commlttee, to conduct a rampair
ln all that the name inipiies. Bpeakert ai
be kept in th- fleld till th" |B_ day, BBJ
Utetmture will be dlBtrlbuted In large quaatsMai
tVILLINO TO C'AKP.Y THK rLAO.
Benator Palmer aald to The Trlbune reprt
aentative after the commlttee meetire: "Yes,
do not know how I can turn my ba<k 081 tht
movement by refuslng to serve as the car.dl
date, tliough there are y.unper men who Bta>_
have been lntrtistei with thls onerous dutj
But. belng in the campalgn. I wlll devpta mi
time an.l gtrength to it I .ecau.se of the trt
mendoua importance to the country of the r*
, sult of this electlon I wlll tak' off my coa
aa I have donoin many a campalgrn where th
? reward was more dlreet to me. but not mor
promlslng than thla. I wlll feel tbal our ef
i fort* to protect vhe flnanclal honor of the .Va
: tlon have been as valuable bj a'heaj our armiet
were |n the fleld to proted its auluaieaay. l
have not Ihe slightest dOObt "f fhe BBMPSBJ <i<
thls movement. I have long knowa Governor
Buckner. and his nominatiM U cratifying to
me. in that ll is a UtUOO of BOldl HI on the
tlcket v.ho fougbt a-ainst ea<h other in the
ttehl of battle. and who e.re now united in a
comm-.n bond of affection for the greatat L'adcei
that came out >.f that BtrUggle."
Henator Palmer was alttlng on the Stage arhegj
hia name was placed in nomination. B? had
prevtouBly BUted to hia fnenda, and partlcuUHy
to thoae ln the llttnota detegatton, that he did
not wlah his name pregented. and that he yaa
1 not In any aenae c candldate. B? are* there
fore, quite aurpriaed when he found hia nan.e
i was on many tonguee, and that. deaptt* h;s
! proteFts. hl? clalm for the nomlnattoa artfi "
Iv,. laid before the Convention. As tooa aa I
was apparent that the flrat Bpeaker wbj adva
catlng his nomination. Oeneral Palmer haatiiy
left the atage .md retlrcd from tha hall. gak*
nt ence to his room at the Denleon. Berei"
frienda kePt hlm adviard of the m 'vementMt
ih? Convention. and eg-M?yor rlopktna, afC*
cago. was one of the flrat to Inform hlm that m
had been nomtnated for tbe Pn ald- ncy hy tha
National Democrgtlc party.
?I i,ad a alncere hope that Oe?ergl Braif
wculd be nomlnnted." said Benntor I,3'mer
belleve he n ?uld have been the man for tae
Place and my ch, ice all along haa been for
1 '"when aaked whal he rarooooed to do AarM
(!ll. cunpaign. he replled that he ??- -Jjj
I to talk Intelllgently upon the aubjeer
thlng h.ts come upon me ao auddeniy ina
. .. hit ivi' ah.1.1 u'
Impngalble for m? to agy Juat *nat
or how we ^11 do lt." contta-ad the ^
?n,e locatlon ot ne-dauartera and a.i m*?
of detail wlll be lefl In tb?? handa-tu ^
' tional Commlttee and my frienda i?? (heMjr.
make an actlve campalgn goea "1,h0!'rh every
Ing. Our platforan is oae ^V^Lm
true Democral <an Btand lt hat tn
1/4 fl____ ll"*
to it. P is true Democraci and aaai ^ p
, pudiate any of the doctrine for arlnTfl ^ ^
[ bo long stood and for wlil.h we ^"'^ ^
pa?t ao vallanth f.,nRht. Aroundi K ^,
mocrncy o? the Unlted Btatea <'a"tri4u',?- (tgdxa
Ing that It la an enunclatlon ?tJJ^a_ii tha
ihem to aaaeii thetr loyalty and manw -^
princlplea that have mad-t the pany ^mfum
they belong the grandvat polltbal . rgenw*
,,f the country." ._,
OENERAL BUCKNERB BBNTIBWHIV
Oeneral Buckner waa the centre oi ? tf|
I of Kentucklana and admlrera from otB'[ ^
1 ror ? couple of houra gfter the r"-1"':'"d th.
journed, Qulta a number of *oaneo*w??
throng whlch paaaed In and oui of thej ,.
room nt the Denlaon. The allvw-k?*?~ ,b*
nee for Vlca-PreaWent bowed low "" Kfn.
woman congratulated hlm, and wlth '?" d rJ
tucky chlvalry declared that both th. ?'",nerfj
lall of the tl?-kvt were fOT the 801
Buckner aaid: .. ? ,t wai
?So far as my nomination la ,'"'1', pr^lat<
entlraly unaoughl and unexpecteti. ^"^LA0*
hlghly the honor whkh the \''l?;.;;'r' ;;;,t r'.v
me. Thf Bektetlon af Oenera l eimer > ^
aatlafactory t.. the i -?; I ? ofKentuokyJog
For Infaiits and Children.
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