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AOAIN0T TIUKKY WITHOUT WAR.
MSM fJRRAT BRITAIJI HKU-O to PMBI ORBBCI
ANT* Bl-OAlUA BH- WAd BACKBD OT MJ
OOKCERT OF ro\vi:i:s tuk ministhv
yvV ACT IF THOT HAVK COW
P1DRKCI OP gUPPORT. ,
Uvarftool. Bept 24. Fonx thouaand peraona
-p.ee preaent al th* mnaa-meetlng Held In Heng
iPr's Clrcua this afternoon. under th<- nuapicei
Ut-crpool Reform Club. to proteal agalnal
, ,. of thc Bultan of Turkey and the maa
r.cre, of Armenlana ln tho Turklah Boipire.
atheiing Included woll-taown men of all
Boiitlcal partlea, nnd th* audlence whlch greeted
Vr Qladatona. who was tba prlnclpal apeakcr,
__, a moat cnthualaatlc one. The meetlng w.is
preaided over by thc Earl of Darby. Mr. Olad
j KU m e-collonl health and volce, an.l au
I |y actlve ln bla moveroenta.
"prefKing his remark*. Mr. Gladatone pro
, reaolutlon aettlng fortb that tha meet
? . | tbat th- Oovernment reallied th*
. condltlon m whlch .1. tr fellow-Chrla
,ans ln Turkey wera plaeed. and tbal tney
^ddoeverythlngWlblotoobtaln for them
Ibo declared that iha Oovernment
:. rulle.1 pubUe aupporl ta, what
!Tr rtepa 11 mlghl .ake to pu! a atop to the
;;;;,;?; ,?n., *.? belng ^01.1^ h, Tur.
**it Glad.too*. ?s be atoppad forward to begln
^remarka. waa cheerod for many -?-?*--??;
' .,?... s:li.. that tha Turklah i.;,vc,-?ni.,.t
,? i87(l denlod thal maaaacraa had occuned,
_,! thal thoae niaaaacrea had etnea leaaaed lnto
It n as f-.-ts. Tho aam* ayatem of domata
^tSednow and wlll b* practtaod ao long
;*n of Kump* .hall tnlerate lt Itita
J2 hoped, Mr. Oladatone dec-ared that the
'Vkn-^s Of dlplomacy Wlll b? atrengthened by
tTong natlon'- volce. Th* dlplomatlc rap
ltlvM m conatantlnople of ?!? frcat
, after the maaaacre* ln tne Turklah eap
ugh1 their OOUragO to lhe atlcklng point.
nvessed a note to tha Bultan. lnformlng
U thal tho atrocitta* must ceaa* or
Srwtae a prejudlce would bo neated
, tha Turktah Oovernment "i. ?m - n
!J Mr Oladatone. "aak what would thc gullty
0f theae maaaacraa wanl more than lo
... th? matter to _ pap-MT war?" (_*,-d
ai_datono aald that ata greal *-*??*
ted at Conatantlnople had falled
.. ,an fulfll his treaty obllgatlona
J ontlnuatlon of dlplomatlc rel^lon. wlth
. iltan nad not prevented the horrtble maa
,,,a, Conatantlnople. but 11 ^^""^
lft~!'.. ex-Pri' Her iwoceaded to inxtance occa
...hth..K_n.pea,. i'.-?, ?*-?^-;;;, ?,.-.
..... uberatlon of 15.O0O..MT0 to 20.0Ul.l-JC>
ST^B ^!%r_tlonUrKeyn efTecVed
he aaked. "had tln*. Itnentt. ., N?t ,}>
?'!vBu ,&.E &
"England. he *ald. ' ?; M, ,?. th. ,-., ^n of
' &S__JK nauntttople and the
taLoSdon. ''--!-':;: ,hii,,,i
"?Afr' V '11 inVn tHl the Porte
laughtei ? '-"*?;?"?'..,,... ,?..,ns of enforclng
.... *?-.. ahould declare that
'" ^m__stone aald ln conclualon:
. ;??,,,,?,ts..|v,,fr..!.i.^ present am
' J promtainrHrM^a
? .figSS ?Jj of human
? '/-"", ^"J";W,^ , . ?. ? uartr-r. hi,
DIRECT NBOOTIATIONH PENDINO.
|B_POW_Rg lAlDTO BE TRFIATIKa WITH TH?
WKtm-KH IMAPrROPR'ATE OIPT PROM
THB KA1WSR TO THK gULTAM.
e-ontheArm nlan ^-*?',on' "ed^ ,,.
"'w'"' ,h? '. an
' r^artantlnopta ccrrcpondent oftbt 'Trank
' ? ^ 'r7Z
,on_aurmaJ u .< - 'Mnaaa am ,,,?-.,.
ball ..: Bmperoi Wlll
.. .f the Oennaa Emperor and hl.
taai iv glft ahoiild ' ?- ' *-??*-???????
'.b?a of the Oenn?> colony
re,. '? '??'" m^"
" ? :" f?'-: n':'!,v uf u,,m
noth.n made .<t ab,
p tent adda that it haa itac* hecome
D Of I 10 glfl was ar
.. |?ally Newa" aee. In the
of i photoi ta. ' i lm
; i ;? the expulaion from
: the Blatemen a
: thai Oerman) i
. g n la now more powerf i. than
THB PRESfl <?N OLADHTONB-fl BPiBCH.
ITS PACIFIC KATVR- OBNERAUUT COMMaWORD,
Hia IDEa TO WTTHDRAW TUP. I'.P.tT
UTH AMHASSAIH.H COXDBMNED.
London. g*pt. 21.-"Tho Mornlng I'ost" wlll to
"Mr. oladatono'a apoech win have a aalutary rf
fect ;?t booM and ab/iad. W? bope lt wlll op*rate
t, moderate thc ?? ????* ,,f tanguago, to whlch
Ibflf* t... been aome tendency la Or*al Brltaln."
'!'?.- Dally N*w*" wlll sironKb aupport Mr Olad
itone'i Buggeatlon thal the Hritish Amhaaaadot al
l , i?. arlthdrawn. II aay* lhal thla
only ona that la eonal*t*nt wlth <;r..it
C-irlatlanlty ind honor.
laudi th. pra. tlcal eagaclty of Mr
h i ., whlch, ll aaya, conatltutea a wis.
, al Brluln'a tru* Inde
Tb? Btandard" wll! aay to-morrow thal Mr. i.lad
I ?..?????? ' rnineru will
ddn.>.. f i go ' many .,f the ..rKanlzers
of aU| to proteal agalnai ihe Bultan and
nieru'e Tl. paper ayinn ... Mi Ol idatone a
tenda thal e i iggei l. nothlng
; lt was not exp< r ed th
v ;. . ouid noi ? ff< i i remedy other ih*.n
irltboul IncrcaaUig lhe
tn.xei y .. |i -H ?- ?' i ''''''
i ntlnuliuT "The Btandard" aaya lt cannot aee
tg.Teould begalned by the wltbdrawal
Britlah Ambaaaador unlea. thoMhar Am
Cora were alao wlthdrawn, wb ch they aa>
' redly would not ba Such an act I* onlj lnt*l
.?en ll la th* preltidj to deoJartog wai lf
?ador wer* wlthdrawn. Oreat Brltaln a
,.,;.,,,.,. .,, the Vii.iiz bloah would i..;-o,,m
. . held would b* abaolutely op< n lo ln
l_f_ei whlch even now ll la nol eaay ' i ounli rart.
_The gtaadard" aak. whal ?? ' ' ';" ga,n?'*J
p* publi ? demonatratlon. endlng ln * confeaaion or
kapoteace ll urg.*? the Oovornmonl to contlnue to
co-operatu wlth the olher 1'owers hih! not to enter
??Pon rash enierurtaea deaplte IhojB. _
tJn eoncluelon the paper eaya: "Ueavler reaponfll
BBBy than Lord Hr-Ifal.ury cnrtlca no man over had
H.pplly the Xntlon belleves that he la equal to It.
We g.-ith.-r from Mr. <;ia,lstone> apeech that he
Bh.re. our eonvletlon."
"The Times" pnjra a Irlbute to the rcb.tlve mod
eration of ||r, Qladatone'a language, and then eon
"It Ib when Mr. Illadstone propooea praCtlc.1 r.-nv
edies for the avtta he deptcta th,,i .,11 aoher poll
ttclana muat feel con.tralned to part company wlth
him. The malntenance of diplomaile relationa wlth
the Sultan aeema t? eonetltute In his mlnd a kind
"t eondltlon of the erlmes of the I'orte. \V<" eon
feea we ar.. qulte unable to ahara this curioua
theory. The preeenee ?f our Ambaaaador .1 Con?
atantlnople haa been a eurb on the evll counaellora
Of the Sultan and a moral atipport to tfie vtetlms of
his oppreasion. Hla wlthdrawal mlghl doubtleaa
hurt the V.nlty of the Sultan. but il would leave
his handa freer than ever to tak>> auch vengeance
i.s he thoughl fit on the Armenlan.."
It.-i:nr.liii?r the .uggeatlon made ln the apeech
thal the wlthdrawal of the Amhassa.l r b. foi
lowed by a peremptorv demand that Turkey com
ply wlth the Rritb-h proposala. "The Tlme.1' aaya
ii regarda Mr. Oladatone as belng under the de
lualon ih.it auch a coura. would not Induce :. Euro?
pean war, and. anvhow that he ls wllllng lhat
Oreal Mrlfain ahould rlsk having to recede ln the
race of unlted Europe. "In other worda." aaya
"Tho Time.," "we should threafen to eoeree the
Turks. whlle the Turks and everybody else. knew
that wh.-n we .-am.- ln slsht of war we would wlth
draw. That BeeiM both a dangeroua and a cow
? - ?
FOR AX ANQLO-RUBSIAN BNTBNTB.
A ST. PBTBBBBUBa PAPBB I'RGF.S A PBCUUAB
BOLVTIOB of ttif. Trm<isn QrF.STiov.
St. Petereburg, Bept, 24-ln a reattalned and <n_r
nlfl .1 artlcle on th.- Armenlan aueatlon. th.- "Uns?
aia Qaaette" ur^.-s. tn the Intereata ?.f European
peaca ..ml upon prlnciplea of humanlty, a rap
pro. lieim nt between BuwRla and Oreal lintain. It
decllnea to lndorae the Btiggootlon lhal f.r. at Brlt
aln arranged the maooaerea In her ..wn Intereate,
and declarea thai it i>. iiev.-a thal the aympathy of
the Powen ls on her slde. lt Is \r. favor of dOClslva
pressure belng brought to bear on ihr Porte, to
whoae faulty govcrnment 1k largely dua th.- dark
slde i,\ i. cenl eventa.
? Ihe Qaaette" adda: "Btrlci w.tchfulneaa of the
Interc.ta of Buaa'j in ihe Baat cannoi !'?? <on
aldered by Ruasl.n dtplomacy as au abaolute Im
pedlment to the eatabllahmenl io th- near future
of auch an entenu. with Oreal Brltaln and the
other I'owers as will afTord a aolutlon of the com
pllcated qiiestitni whlch unreaslr.glv alarma
MORR MASSACRK3 RKRORTKD.
Conatantlnople, Sept. 24?The Clema. a rollege
or rorporatlon oomposod of the hlerarchy, cauaed
to be prlnted and publl.hed here s- rretly on Bep?
tember 16 a eopv of a d.-rlslon declarlng the right
of the Clema to depose the Sultan.
Reporta have been recelved from Turklsh sour.-es
that 2,000 Armenlans at K.-mah, m ar Enlngan,
have been put to death,
AN ARMKNTAN EXPELLED FROll RKRMN.
Berlln, Bept lt?Profeaaor Theumaynn, an Ar?
menlan,'who eamo her.- for the purpose of organla
Ing antl-Turkish meetlngs. has been expelled from
the clu- by the poli.-e authorltlea. The profeaaor
lectured for . long time In England.
MORE TROOP8 EOR THE PBILIPPIXB8.
CAVTT1 FAin TO r.R OCCCPIED BT 18,000 insi'R
OENTI -MEN TIKI> TO TBBBfl AM>
BVRNED TO DEATH.
M.drtd, Bept, 84.- The Oovernmenl ls maklm:
praparationa to send 8.000 addltloral tronps to the
Phlllplne Island* nt onee, an.l alao to in.rea.-e
the Karrison on the Island of Fernando Rn.
A dlapatch to the "impar. lal" from Hong Kong
aaya that stenm.-rs whlch have arrlv-d th.-re from
Manila. the .-..pital of the Rhiltppln" Jslands. brinp
the annonnrement thal Cavlte ls OCCUpled by U.888
Inaurgent. Over on.- hundred mmiks have been
murdered ln the talnndi alnce the breaklng outof
the inaurrectlon. Many of the vlctlm. have i*?
fastene.1 to treea. thelr eiothing hnvlng been aoaken
wlth keroaene oll and tben ignlted .nd heen
hurned to death. Blch natlVea ar.. belng eireated
dally Documenta h.ve heen acl.eri h> the "utborl
tles ln whl' h are plvon the name. of the 1 rrsldent
and' the vnrloua other offldala of the propOBOd W
pllblle. _ _
RRRET.S BURN A TOWN IN CUBA.
Havana. Sept. R?Rebela have btirned the town
of Lagunm.a Provtnca of Mntunaaa. They hava
alao d.stroyed the sngnr estateq Olane. near
Bolondron; o?ado. nenr Lagonllluo; Banto Do
mlngo, near Ouamacaro; sHn Antonlo. near Corrol
Falao an.l bulldlnga on othe- eatate. of mpre or
le"a Importance All of theaa e?tatea ar- In the
Provlnee of Matanaaa
The ij.ieen Begenl has OOmmUte, the death aen
tence placed on Octavlo Zubla..n ....-. to ImpHeoo
ment for llfe. _ _
RATE OF DI8C0VXT ADVABCBD.
London, s.-pt. M. The Hank of England haa ad
vanced Ita rato of dlacount from :? . pei cenl to
BEBBIE BELLWOOD DBAD.
London Sept. 24 -Ibssie BellWOOd, Ihe mttaic hall
sinKer who became wldaly known through her
relationa wlth the Imke of Mancheater .nd aubne
quently wlth the late Marqula of AHeebur,,11-1
thls evenlng fum heart dlaeaae. bhe was tnirty
nlne yeara old. _
TO BBIDGE THK KIAGARA AT BUFFALO.
Ottawa, Ont.. Bept. M. A blll Incorporatlng Ihe
M.-.tii.r Brldge an.l Power Company, authorlitng lt
to er-.t ,-, trafflc brldge between Buffalo, N v . and
Forl Erle Ont., nnd to place wheela for the gen
eratlon of electrlc energ) between plera of the
brldae h.a |.as---d the Houm of Common., wlth
the ad'dltlon of the followinc clauM:
??ti ? V,i-ivii. Ii herebv eonferred, ?nd the lawful
ns, ... ?njoyn-enl thereof ah.ll alway.be^aubject
to auch eondltlon. aa Oovernor In i ouncll ma)
from llme to llme Impoac. Inrludlng, among othera,
payment of an annual rental or percent.ge.
I 1- th,- Intention of the Oovernment to Insert
thla clnuae bereaft. r In .11 almllar blll..
.IV DXKXOWX BABK 0OE8 DOWN.
Rrem.rhav.n. Bept U. An unknown bark foun
dered to-day near the [.land of Borkum, o? the
rrouth of ihe Rlver Bma All on board the veaoel
are auppoaed to have been lost.
.4 \7.ir RA1LWAY OPEXED IX MEIWO.
Chlcago, s.pt. li Oeneral Pranciseo afarm, See
retary ol Communlcatlona o* Uezlco, and a party
of dlatlngnlshed Oovernment ofllclala arrlved at
Mapiml Mezlco, yeaterday, nnd durlng the after?
noon conducted the ceremony of lorntnlly Jnaugu
ratinir the Flahimlito B.llro.d, whi.h has been
,, ni.tt-' from HlttBlom 10 Pl.hU.lltO. a ,iis
f Rtt" Sllea Thla road will be operated b,
C. P. Huntlngton an a part of the Mexlcan Inter?
COXORATVLATIXG THK QIKKX.
London, Bept, M. The court clrcul.r announcoa
that th.- Immenaa number of congr.tuI.tory letter.
and dlBpatchea sent to the Queen on the occaalon
of her having enceeded ln polnl of tlme the reicn
of any other Brltlah aoverelgn hav. deeply tonched
and gratlfled Her Majeaty,
KITCBEXER PVB8VEB THK KXKMY.
Calro, S-Pt- 24. -ib-n-ral Blr W. H. Klfhener.
,< mmandlng the Aaglo-Egyptlan expe.ntinn to Da
gola, telegrapha thit he h:.s captured 900 prlaon^ra
and thal his eavalry ls puraulna the enemy, aeveral
, r whom tbe purauera hav. kili.-d
8TEAMEB A8B0RB OB THE B08CHPLAAT.
BtTB IS BBUEVBD TO BB A BOBTB OBBMAB
London. Sept 24-A dlapatrh from Amaterd.m to
Lloyda aaya that an unknown four-mristed ataomer
i? iitihore on tne Roai-hplaat. It Is Imposslhle tu
a, nd BBBlatanoa io mt owing to th<- rougbneaa of the
a later dispateh from Amaterdom aaya the
st..:n.-i la on.- of the vooBOla of the North Oerman
FIONBBB 0F TBE ROCKEFELLER FLEET.
Cleveland, Bept ? Tha launcblng of iha new
a.eel Bteam.-r Jamea Watt. the lirst of the BOCka
f.-ller Bett, and the larg.-st ahl* 0B tba iak, a, was
made a aodal ooenolon here yeotorday. More than
.;,.., panooa were preaent at the yarda of th..
Cleveland Bblpbulkllng Conapany wh.-n. at 2 30
o'clock tne Blgnal araa glven for the ataya to ba
knoeked away: Uttla MIm Ida I.eek. granddnugli
pVr of Ihe"late. T. W. I.e. k broke B botlla of i-linin- ,
i,,vne 011 th.- bow and niiine.i the veaaei.
T.,e Imm-i. Watt ls 428 f-l long -ver all. NI feet
1 ,,_ between perpandtculara. 4S feel beam. jtt> feet '?
leeo al ihe ahi.lloweht polnt amidslilps. The eargo
1,, 1.1 is divlded Into four compartmenia i-> aereen
hnlkheada Bh. Wlll have a douhle Ml of ele.-tri,
,1.ht dynamoa and anrlnea, so tba] eTory part .
I.i BhlP wlll ba HKht.o b) el.rtll.Ily jt ls ral.u
uted thal ?he wlll earry 4,0u8 tona of era on a
I'"!*1 of U* feet, or nbo.it 6.000 on a draught
aM_%t Htr COOt WW be mm and ahe will be
pompleuti aboul Oeiobor 1
ALM08T IN TWO MTXUTES.
JOHN R. GEXTIIY LOWERS THH PACINU
RECORD To 2:00%,
T1IR Fastkst mii.i: BVBB BAOB IN BABBBBfl
DOKB AT PORTIaAMD, MK BOBEBT J.
PAUrB TO UOWER Bil BBOOBD.
Portland, M'., S.,p:. 24.-Thls was an Bveatful day
a: Blgby, ! wortd'a pactng record araa
broken hy john R. Oentry, the magnlflcent aulllon
golng tha fa.te.1 mlle ever made ln baraeaa and
placlng ihe world's reeord at only hilf B aecond over
two mlnutea Oentrj ?i. roundly applauded wh.-n
be appeared on th?- ira.-k drlven by W. S. Andrewe.
ilr waa cbllly and .1 llght northweaterrj breea.
blew up the homeatretch. lt was to ba a great ef?
fort. for Andr?ws waa reoolved to setal hi- horae for
all he wai worth. His re.-ord befOTB a'.irtmg w 18
2:01':. ablch be made .-n September S at .Jl.-ns Kalls,
N V.. ln the lecond hcit of a rare with Btar
rolnter Amln-ww hnd glven Oentry two warming
up in; .? and '?' waa nearl) aunaci when he was ready
to Mr:. A run:.. t ippi ,r. 1 w,:r. 0.0117 to pai-e
After s. orlng IwlC. An.lr.-ws came down to the
wira to begin ihe mlto. Th- runner'a noae was
wlthin tw<. fe.-t of Oentry'a noae as th.y made the
tirst turn. on th.- atretch Oentry was golng graco
full> ao.i ateadlly, gettlng <>v.-i th.- ground in xr.-ut
ahape and tl... runner had t,? work hard to keep
up, ti,.- iir.-t quarter was glven by the Judge. as
made ln ."."i aecond.. People began lo wonder
when 'lo- balf-mlta wai flnlabed ln i9V? bj "? ?
t, look f..i a two-minute pace. The runn.-rs rlder
waa ualna th.. whip ane_tnaklng a great effort to
keep .1 ihe wheel ,,| Oeniry's sulky. Th- ilurd
quarter w.,s reeled off ln 0J0%, maklng the tlma al
the tnn e-quarter poat 1J814.
This was great g..in>*. and now <ame th.- last
quarter Ai Ihe boraea turned .nt,. th<- hom>
atretch .md caughl the wlnd In thelr teeth, the
rrowd began to ahoui and hurrah. .nd Andrewa
spoke encour.gingly to his horae, The runnera
rlder alao urne,i his horae an.l us.-.l the whip apar
Ingly. All thla nerved tha pacer to 1 auprema
effort. nnd it can be aeen how nooto an effort ne
miide, for wlth the Wlnd Ir. his fare he covered the
laal quarter qulcker tha.i the thlrd quarter, doing
lt ln ?U and thus g.-ulng over the mlle in 2?)?..
Thls was a whole aecond l^ss thnn his former re.
ord whlch had never been Rurpaaaed by any horse
and only equalled b) Boberi J. Qitttt) in 1R34 al
Teire ll.iute. [nd.
When the start.r announeed the tlme of the
greal mll. the rrowd broke through the fence and
Hurronnd.il the f.moua pacer. anxtoua to touch
him or .ven his aulky. If the wlnd had baen a
triti. un.r.. favorable to-day Oentry would h..\.
lowered the record to 2:00.
Durlng the afternoon I-'antasy w-nt to break her
record of Z.-Oa, bui m.da the mlle in 2:<C\. Bobert
J. also went to b.-nt his rernr.l of ZtOlVk btit eould
not do better than 2:03'.. Probably Fr.ink Agan
nnd Star Rolnter will *o againat tlme to-morrow.
t'WHIX GBEEK UEETB GREEK."
.sIX OP T11KM EKOAOE IN A BfjOOD. KPUIT IN A
REBTAURANT -OUAflB AND CBOCBKBt
Oreeks met Oreeks laal nlght in tha Greek ns
taurant of Barantua Vortlas, al No. 7 Booaevelt-at.,
Bnd the battle whlch sr.,.n follow.-.1 a quarrel was
carried on with beer glaaeea and tumblera, and any
artlcleof furnlture whlch came handy. The propri?
tor, aeektng to prevent his place from belng entlrely
wrecked, Interfered to st,,p the right, but he only
aucceeded ln gettlng hla clothlng covered wlth
blood Flnally the combatanta retlred to the atreet,
where somethlng llke n rlot follOired
SIx men I" all engOged ln the btOody ennfliet. two
of whom. brothera, were badly worated by thi By
ina glass.-s. whi.h broke Into splinters as they
landed <>n Ihe Oreeka' heada, cuttlng many gaahea
and senlp wounda.
It was about I o'clock when John Drangae, a
pedl.-r, twenty-four yeara old. of No. w Booeevelt
at.. cnter.-d the re.taur.nl and was aoon engaged
ln a wordy war with John VeTOOtla, twenty-threa
years old. of No. ? Vandew.it.-r-st. Demetrius
Orlvaa, twenty-twc yeara old, of the latter addreaa,
nnd the brothera. Demetliua and Al.-xand. r LloUrta,
twenty-fivo an.l thlrty-dve yeara ?id raaojactively.
of No. 4S._ Oak-.t, were aoon brought Into tbe
quarrel The two latter are money i.rokers and
pedlera As the quarrel became more vloliiit.
Di ingaa aelaed a tumbler and hurled lt al Alex
ander Llouiia. It atruck hlm Just over the lefl ear,
cuttlng an ugly gaah. fron) whi.h the blood
.med down over his fa.-e, n.-,-k and clothlng.
The flght then became general, and glaaaes, pl.te.,
cupa and aaucora Bow pTOBBlacuoualy about the
gome .it- yelled, "Pollce!" aad wh.-n Pollcemen
Malloj M M.nui .nd Drlacoll reacbed the bu
, lDu nere in ibe iireet, moat. of them
I with blood. and dolm battle wlth their fis s.
, iA | ?.;. ; h i the rOmtll'M'. WI M
' -_,. ' 11 1 exdted that the p dlcemen wen
,,< . : ?: rtghi thelr way through It ?_th thelr nlght
JJ 'k. ? thi blood-beameared Oreeka, who
nere marched to thi Oak -' natlon. ,.,?,..
Dr Brown the ambill.nce nric-on of the Ilixlaon
Btreei Ib RDltal w been 1 imm ??? ?? ?
S . onnMiher caae. aai itlll there and ne went to
work on ihe Oreeka' wounded heada bi once.
Th- Llourli brothera were badly cut In n.any
aUeea by broken glaaa, and Alexander, who w?a
aufferlng and areak from a hemorrhage ol th.- left
<_" waa taken to the hoapltal. rh< otheri were
1,,,-ke.i up on ehare, , ? - mll and dlaorderly con
dud Vorllai who aaaerted that ha waa only trylng
p the :l^,.?. a '- balled out later.
oold vixixa ib bbitisb guiaxa.
A COXBTAXT DECREABE l\ THB ANNl'Ab ol'TPl'T
Waahlngton, Bept M.?Conaul Pattaraon al Dem
f.r;ir,., in th.urae of a report to Ihe Btate De?
partment ..'i Ihe gold Industry of Rritlsh Oulana,
aaya th..t the outpul of gold has been dlmlnlahlng
alnce 1883, and the dlmlnutlon hna contlnued durlng
the preaenl year. This h,- attrtbutad to tbe facl
,,,.,, ,; . ,rity of paying clalma have been
worked out, He aaya lhal If the ezpenae of com
munlctton wlt* tbe Intertor were reduced, and
the heavy Oovernment royalty of K" cent. ?n ounca
abated, many of the creeka of tha colony could be
worked aa they .11 ahaa "color." About 7,000 men
ar.- employed In mlnlng by ayndlcatea, and one of
tbe tn"- ?uccea.ful, produclng .bout 18,000 ouncea
ln thr? yeara, la m.naged by an Amerlcan Pro.
uectlng coata aboul ten tlmea as much aa ln the
I'nited Btatea, u amall party wlth four labor era ln
four montha coatlng from f&OO t>< $n?,. The poaal
billtlea of |uarta mlnlng are .-tlll unknown, ni
thougl' the ('onsul r.-jiorts aeelng rich aamplea
from Hatltna. He quotea local newapaper reporta
to ahow thal one Amerlcan company wlth a twen
iy.at.mp wlll in ten d.ya cruah Ut tona of mlxed
on. clearlng up 7?? ouncea of gold
promlalng propertlea h.ve lafl> P.-en h.MiKht by
En.llah eaplt.llata. and large develonmenta ln tha
l',,1.1 Induatry .''rf- e.pected In aplte of the unaettled
?tate of the Veneauel. bound.ry aueatlon, ar.d the
facl thal .11 the mlnea the Consul refen to ar.- m
the dlaputed terrltory,
ATTEMPTgD Ml RDEB IX A CLVBB0V8B,
A COLORED MAN BHOOT9 AT THK BTEWARD OB
thi: PABTBBET CLUB IN .H'ltsi'V .'ITY.
The elubhouae of the Carterel Club, al Carterot
ave. and Church-at . Jeraey <'it># waa tbe a.-ene of
an att-mi ted murder ..i.i.ut UI o'eloch laat nlght
The Btew.rd of the riub Is Wllllam Tyrce. eolor.-d.
Andrew Brannlck, .too eokarad, of No. 53 Jordan
ave., Jeraey Clty, weni u 'he clubbouae .nd a.-k,.i
'i'vre? f.,r -on..- mone] whlch ba eai.i t> r.-.- owed
hlm When T>r.lented the debl Brannlck drew
a Dl'atOl ind llre.l at him. The hall fW wide of the
mark ind burled ltseif ln tli.? whII Brannlck wna
dlaarmed by iwo waltera, bul Bacapcd b; leaplng
fr, n> ., wlndow. Hi w-.,s arreated ...? be w..s enter?
lng his home. an,1 Was lorked up.
CBABCE FOB t GOOD-XATOBBD PRIXTER.
Albany Bept -* Beerator) of Btata Palmer li ln
n dilemnia. Tbe Blectlon law otrecta ihe Beeretary
of Kt.ne t., have ma.b- a .-..mpiiation of tba elec?
tlon atatutee and to h.-.ve a BuSeient number of
eoplea of H prlnted lo enabla hlm to furnlah aighl
for each .i.-ti,.n dlatrtct, tba dtotrtbutlon to Iba
elr.-tlo), ofllcera to be m..d? i.y tba County .'lerks.
.,st LagiabRture made no provtoton for tbe i-..r
rylng oui of tbla oonunand, an.i iba Conatltution
prohlMta . Btate offioer from rontractlng for any
auch auppii. s exeepi thera be an av.ll.bla .ppro
prlatlon lo p.'^ for them. Becretarj Palmer estl
maiea thal fi would eool B.OOO 10 make the ,-om
pllatlon au'i aboul P0.000 for tha entlre work, ln
ciudlng piintitiK and dtotrtbutlon Ha has decldad
1 , rndeavor to aecure reaaenoMa tig.ir.-a from ..
prlnter wlillng 10 do the work an.l take hla rhan.ea
of aecurtng pa) for lt fron> the mm Lagtoiatura
1 BATIOy W. FLOWEB COXYEXTWX.
Albany, Bopt. -' Oovernor Morton ha? reoalved
a eommunloation from thi Oovernor of North .'?r.
oiimi requeotlng that he nnm.- two dalogatoa aml
two alten itea ;.. attend .. B.tlonal conventlon 10
t,e held nt Aslievllle, N C. On October 21. 22 and
23, wlth a vlem- to pelltlonlng I'ong.eaa to adopt a
National tlower for Amerlra.
I).(r. GBIFFIN FOR OOVERNOR
NOMIXA TED A T BROOK L YN.
F. W. HINRtCHS THK CANDIPATE FOR
KNTltrsiAfTIO OATHERINO ov THK gOUND HORBT
IiKM'XItATS tPKNCER I'UNTON, OP BUP
PALO, POR COURT OP APPRALB JUDOB
?'1KNKKAI. PAUtBR MAKK3 A
BPKECH BCPORI THg
i , iNVRjmON.
The N.iiion.'ii Democratlc party of New-Vork
Btate held its adjonrned Conve_tlo_ ln 11 ?*?
Brooklyn Academy of Mualc laal evenlng and
\ nominated ? Btate llckel nml a ael ol Pralden
i tial clc.'tnrs. Tln* iioiniiiiitions iiui.lo for Btate
Por Oovernor, DAXIEL ('.. GRIFPIX, of Water
Por Ueatenant-Oovernor, PREDERIC W.
HINKKHS, of Brooklyn.
For Jodge of tbe Court of Appeal*, SPEXCER
CLIXTOX, <>r Buffalo.
PROCEBDIXG8 OP THK GATHBRIXG.
A Btate polltlcal convention Ih aometblng new
I fnr Brooklyn, but ther* was nothing ti. Indlcate
j lt last nlght The Brooklyn Bound Money Demo
<-iat:: made uae of the occaalon, and pmctlcally
turned the Convention into an openlng rally for
thelr fall campalgn. They had trade elab
orate preparatlona for the greetlng to the
delegatea and wer.* rewarded in the enthualaam
and earnestneaa of purpoaa dispiayed by both
delegatea and apectatora.
Compared with ihe average Staf* Convention,
last nlght's gath?rlng was unexcltlng, but It
was by no means unlnteregtlng. The delegatea.
*? - ' DAKIEL O. ORIPPIJt.
know what they were there for, and they trans
acted thelr bualneaa promptly and with no dls
poaltlon to quarrel over details. There wer<- no
protracted flghts for the nomination. but on the
contrary, tho old prlnclple of "Plrat come, flrst
aerved" wai cautkmsly obaerved, and the flrst
men plaeed In nomination were ln each case ae
lected by acclnmatlnn Tlie aelectlon of Danlel
.1 'Irlfffn for rhe head Bf the gtate tl.k-t was ex?
pected, but word had gone fnrth from a con
f>r?n,?* held ln New-Tork in th<* mornlng Ihat
ea Benator John .1 Llnnon, of Ktngaton, wa* to
?,<? the man for Lleutenant-Oovernor, and that
irvlng O. \'ann, the Republlcan nomlnee. would
be Indoraed for Judge of the Court "f App>*ais.
Mr. Hlmicha h.-.d heen the leadlng candldate
for aecond plac nntll yeaterday mornlng, but
his frlenda had accepted tln* dectalon of tho
mornlng m^.-tlng as linal, and 1 Ktfced for th<?
aelectlon "f ea-Benator Unaon. Th.- latter.
name was not preaented however whlle Mr.
Hlmicha, whoae nomination was made and aee
onded by Corporation Counael Prancla M. Sc.tt
an.l Charlea J. Patteraon reepectlvely, waa
choaen with a gr-at dlaplay of enthualaam.
The fallure of the Convention to Indorae Judga
Vann wns ev.-n a greater aurprtae thaa Mr. Hin
rlcba'a unexpected aelectlon. It la sald that the
proapect that the Republlcan .ludlclai Conven?
tion. to be held on Baturday, wiii refuae to in
dorae Judgea Brown and Clement, of the Pecond
Judicial Dtatrlct, has made tbe Brooklyn men
hoetlle to the id.-a of an mdoraement of a Ke
publlcan Judge by Democrata and that they
etlrred up tb>- movemenl agalnal the Indoraement
THE TKKAT OF THB BVBNINQ
The blggeet treal of the evenlng was the speech
mad. by "Bob" Bltaaert, of Queeua <'ounty, piac
Ing Mayor Patrlck Jerome Oleaaon, of I.ong
laland Clty, In nomination for the Oovernorahlp
This little proceedlng wns not down on the pr<>
gramme. it was hnown that Mayor Oleaaon
had had his eye on the nomination, but he had
reeelved little encouragement, and had amoth
ered his asplratlon oui of reapect to the over
whelmlng aentlmenl in Orlffln'a f.-.vor. When
"Bob" fmind his way t<> the platform. and. ln one
Of the fnnnlest speech.-a ever giv.-n In a political
convention, aaked the delegatea to vote for his
favoiite, both delegatea and apectatora went wrlld
wlth laughto*- and applauae. The beat part of
th.- Joke waa the fallure of th.- areaker himaelf
to aee it. Mayor Oleaaon laughed with the
crowd, and as aoon as his eelf-appointed apokea?
man had flnlahed, clambered upon the platform
and, after e*prea*lng his gratitude for the dem
onstratlon ln his favor. wlthdrew his name and
moved Mr. Orlffln'a aelectlon by acclamatlon.
Th- hooored gueat "f the evenlng was Oeneral
john M Palmer, the nomlnee of the National
Democrata for Prealdent. Oeneral l-aimer ar
rived late in th** evenlng. and reeelved a welcome
whlch apparently moved hllB dc-ply The rous
Ing receptlon glven tha renerable leader, and the
nnging denunclatlona of Kryan. his crew and his
creed by lleneral Palmer ar.d the other speak-rs.
teetlfled ln no uncertain t-nos to the true splrit of
the dcl.-gates. and foretold a Uvely and effcctlve
canvass agalnal Hryanlsm ^ th- wrecked State
machtae. Little *a* sald of the Kepublican
partv. but thc chlef dellghl of both dHcga.es and
spectatorfl waa to hear th.' 1- to 1 echeme and a I
of its hackera condemned In th.- strongest pcaal
blo a orda
The decoratlona of the audltorlum were unusu
ally beautlful and affectlve There waa a
wealth of r.-d. whlte and blue all over the blg
room. rxmatottag chlefly of flag* draped oround
the bakontaa and the boaaa and long atrtaineni
over the Btag* AI tho Hghl of th* etafO ?? a
Mg portrall ?f PreaWenl Cloveland and on the
?ippoalte d,ie one of Jefferaon. Wear tbe latter'a
p,,rtralt was the followlng QUOUUon from hlm:
?The r.-.-ii eredll of th.- Unlted stat.-s dependa
?n the abtltty and the linmutal.illty of thelr wlll
tu pay their dobta."
llung hlgh Hl-o\e th.- front of the stage were
portraits ->f Palmer and Hiickn.-r. and between
th.-rn a palnttng of a fiill-rlgged slilp, the ofllclal
,.,.,,,,,.,? ?f the old Reform Democracy. Tw..
almllar palntlnga of smaller slze were at tba
etdea of the atago, n.-ar th,- boxea
Tln- r.-ar uf ibe ataga was Illled wlth an Im
menae tl.r nf BMta, every one of whlch waa oc
cupled wh.n th* convention opened. The Heats
In the front of the stage fa.r-d th.- apeakerB'
table and were o.-cupled by the l.-adera of the
t'ontlnnrd on Thlrd faae.
A YALE STUDENTS SUICTDE.
EDWARD E. ORJBOORT, i?7, FOTTND DEAD
IN HIS I'AKKNTS' HOME.
HE HAD TVHNKt. OM THK OAg ANT) I.AIN I>OWN
TO DIi: HIS FAMII.Y IN THK COUMTRT
A gUPP-RER PROM DYgPRPBIA.
The bo.ly of Edward E. Oregory, a Yale Btud-nt
of the class of '!I7. was disrovcred yesterday In
the bathroom of his father*! town bOUM, at No.
212 fcfadlaon-ave., whera he had committed aul
Clde, Tin- young man's l.tiiliant prospe.is in llfe
make th- caae a part Icularty aad one.
The dlacovery was mai" by his father. Edward
C. Oregory, ahortly before fioon yeaterday. Th.*
young man left the eountry home of his parenta,
. at Irvtngton-on-the-Hud-ton, on Ifonday after?
noon for New-Tork, aaytng thal he propoaad to
1 attend a theatre. and would alcep that nlght at
the clty houae His rallure to return home later
; did not create any apprehenalon until Wedneeday
nlght. Mr. Oregory, who la a retlred merchant,
grew alarmed, however, yeaterday mornlng. R*
recalled the fact that his aon aad re. ently auffered
j from fr.-,iu.-nt Rt- of depre*alon. and h" deter
- mlned to visit the clty f?r the purpoee of looklng
for hlm. He was acceropanled by hl. daughter
Pannle. On arrlving ln the clty they at once
went to the Madtaon-ave. houae. Aa Mr. Oregory
entered, his auaplciona were arouaed by a atrong
odor of gaa He went upaUlra to the room of hla
aon. ooUie thlrd floor back There he found th.
voi.ng man'a clothlng carefully -**"* ?"*".
wntch on a bureau. The bed ahowed that lt had
,.? .?. upi.-d. Mr. Oregory hastenC to <h
hathroom. Lylng on th. floor. head a?*?*"d'
wlth arniB folded ecro*. his brebat, was the body
of bta son. The gaa was atlll eecaP?"B *??? h;
,et l? the room. the ta,. of whlch had been
turned on. -
Fa.her and daughter were almost nvercome
when the door was opened. Th?y hastened t
I.r ,'eorge IV Powler, th.- family physlclan^at
IH Kast Plftyrf_hth-at. The Coroner'. offlce
waa thon lnform.*d of the dlacovery.
Dr. Westi.n. th- Coroner'a physldan. aoon ar
rlved at the house. When be learned the clr
cu?n*t*ncea of the caae he deelded that an hv
?uest waa unneceaaary- The body will be ra
moved to irvlngton-on-Hudaon.
I>r Qeorge B. Powlil. the family phvsielan.
made tln* followlng atatemenl last ni?ht in re
g_rd to the caae: "Mr. Oregory was to have re?
turned to Vaic to-day. He waa a aufferer from
dy-pepala, for whlch I treated him at varloue
intervata. He poaaeraed a r.xed idea that ba
wm golng todle. and regarded hla dlaeaaeaaln.
eurable. He auffered ->?? "?uI^_*hta cut
centlv be conaulted a apeclaltat lt \*-as ma <>
;omt';o,,-main Indoor* ^'^.nSS
_re_to .-.plclon ha* kept a doa* watcb over
'"viiing Oregory waa a powerfully bulll young
?nlT-Stentertng on his twenty-fourth year He
I.muIs Oregory, an eiaer ara\a v,
wlth a ateel company.
/./ BUXQ CB~AXG78 f7bE\YELL MEB8A0B.
?K coNsmnits this ?;. c kunmknt THB HODEl
cf WEBTERN CtVILKATIOM.
Waahington, Bepl 24. .Another -^^"JTS
from ,.i Hung Chang ha- been reeelved at th?
gute Departmeni by Actlng Becretar ?-','kn''
th, ronoSng letter from Mr Petemon <
Btatea commerdal agenl al Vancouver, B. i .. und. r
;^,^::;i,^;(/1;^;^i;,.,i-r.'rl,f th- fonowm.
"rj-^-^^iSSSSSd by the eourteay nnd
I was t-J'''?'>.'?"' ' hv the Oovernment of
klndneaa exten. t o me r.overn
vour eountry. whl' h | regaro , \n u ,.Vf,r retain
Inga to your enuntry moat cordlai, -.s i now _a
u>av* of Amerlca " _
PUGET BOUXD DRYDOCK AOCBPTED.
THK rciVKHNMIAT NOW HA_ PACILITIE- ON THK
PACITIC COAST rOB KANDUNO THK
UARORarr hatti.i: <HM'S.
Waahington. Bept. M The Navy i*-,.nrt?K-.t baa
flnally aewted th* greal drydoek atJ?****>??
.nd releaeed the contractoi by maklng the laal
payment. Includlna theae reaerved. Th* Oovern
?.:,,, aom h_. facllltlea for docklng and geantag
,h? inr-em *hil>s at unv tlm? of th'- >ear. il.tn-no
,hVoX have been poaalble to examlne or re
palTthe hull of a modern battle-ahlp al any Padflo
port exeept Bequlmault, B. < .
CADET8 KARROWLY E8CAPE DEATB.
MANY INJURED IN BBCAPINO PROII A BURXtN
ACADEafT IN RUPJOURL
Mexleo Mo.. iept. ti Th* eatenatva and hand
eome bulldlng. of -he Mla-ourl Mllltary Academj
erere totatly deatroyed by flre of an unknown origm
al i o'clock tni- mornlng. About 100 adeta * i
aaleep In the dormltory when the alann wns glven.
and bo quleklj di-l the flame. spread thal many ot
the atudenta arer.mpelled to Jump from thlrd
etory wlndowa to the ground. About a acore of ihe
cadeta were Injured ln thelr attempta to escape.
bui fortunately none were fatally hurt. Among the
intuPMi ?.is Cantaln Qranler. of ohio. whoae arm
w__ brokr-n The cadeta loal nearl) all thelr clotb
u_r and Dersonal property. The cltlaena have
nrow? opeTilhet. home* ... th;* B"t--utelad. and
th.- iniur.-d ar.- recelvlng the l,.-st of medical at?
tentlon The loaa on Bulldlng- ls eetlmated at
180,000; Inaurance, 137,000.
BE WAXT8 TO BUCCEED TAXO YU.
EARL I.I MAY HELP WAL' ON BOXO IO THB
LKOATIOM IN WABHINOTON
victoria. B. C. Bepl M. There appear- to be a
ilkellhood. from what la belng sald In Chlnatown.
thal Wau <>n Bong, the mllltary attach* who waa
ln Victoria Bome tlme ago waltlng the arrtval of Ll
Hung Chang from the Eaat. may be the nest Chl
,,.-.,-. Minlster to Waahington. When th" Cblneae
N'lceroy enten I Vancouver. Wau On Bong w.is
im. r- to meel fclm, and ii la underatood he req
ed His Bacellency to be appolnted to aom- afllc*
ln i forelgn eountry In tbe, Cblneae dlplomatlc
aervlee 1.1 H?ng Chang aaked whether h^ would
U_.a Place of #thto klnd.^Wati, On Bong replli i.
To^liUU Hung Chang r**aark*d: "I thlnk I can
P"\a\*.'"t't",.pi'ears thnt the term for which t*ang
Tu cAlnecaMlntater ai Waahington. w*a Bpoolrit
,, wlll imn explr*. and, thoiiaii Ll Huna - hang.
llke the exparlencad dlploinatuu he ia made no
1 romlae- h gav. Wau On H<>ng a letter, whlch
lli h atruc ted him to carry to IrVaahlngton and
brcaant to Yang Yu. The Vlceroy alao wrot* to
Vang Y.i t.-iiing hlm to enteruta Wau On Boagaa
? guest at the Legatlon untll he heard from the
Vlceroy at ivking.
BBERRTB PAYILIOS BURSBD.
pro-ldenc* Iept. M Bherry-a pavtllon at Narra
nnaett Pler wa- de*troyed <<> Br* at aa eaHy aour
thla mornlng, eauatag ? lo*a of |S*,eH or *?.*?.
The bulldlng was B*l atliv 1-) an l.'.cii.ll.iry. WbO
ha- t. >t been captured by tha pollce aa yet Tba
M-rii.i-.r.- w"a W6 feel long and 100 feet erlde, and
atood .... tt..- famoua batblng beach. II w...s eract
ed last >.-...
i//./.'/i?\ CRWKBT CLUB B0U8B BURSBD.
PbUadelpbla, s.-pt M Tha hawdeom- a*w houae
.f the M.-ilon '"rlcket Club at Havi-rford was al
OMMt d.stioy.d by hre this tnornlng. This Im the
necond tlme wlthln teB months that the club _M
auffered from ilr.-. Laal D*c*mb*r tha d-bboo*.
waa deatroyed, and tbe bulldlng burned to-day
a>a- erected In im plaoe Tk* Br* la aaltovad te
hav. or1gln*U*d from .-l.-.-tn.- wlr.-a The J,,*.- Ls I
e.tlmated at 171.000. The clubh luae w.is lnaur*d for
?. ooo and the furntture for BO.0M
The M.ti'in ?'lnb oftldalM announce that the Hr? |
wlll not Interfere with the playlng of tha crlck.-t ,
match b*tw**n the Auatrallan team and the (.cntle
men of I'lilladelphla on thelr grounds ou Cctoh-r
l. S and 5. ?
GRKETIXG THEIR CHAMPION.
A FINE DI8PLAT IN CANTON.
THHKE REMARKABLK DKLKOATIONS
CALL ON MAJOR M'KLNLLY.
A UUIOB ivvitTY PBOM ou. ?.ITY aotwivaMED BT
yoi.wj u>?mi:n. who hkap thk spkakkh'B
ITAND WITH PLOWBBfl MOBB THAN
8,088 BIBBBfl A.\I? (HrAMwTMUCBBI
AtXJ BfrllBfl?Bil - THRKK
POR BOUND HOBBT
Cant.in. Ohlo. Sept. L'l ?Thrve delegatlong
cnllod on Major McKteloy t..-.iay. The flrat,
compooed of mlnera from West NowtoB, Penn.,
arrive.l .shortly before noon. The next wafl tha
McKlnley and Hobart Club and Fiist Votera'
club. at on cjfy |>,.nn ti,? Q|| c|tv deiegatlon
broughl with it about _ini women. There were
forty-flvo pretty j ,ung women In ...stume, bear
Ing large busk.-ts of BOWOTO, and BOch npie
aanting ?ne of th.- states of the Lfajlaai- At
tached to each baofcet of Bowen waa . long
rlbboa beartng the name of a State. K..11 wlng
th- young women bewtng th,?se b-autlful bur?
den:; <,f riowera wera 900 men cnrrytag red.
whlte anl bltto umbrelloo. Then th.-re wai a
large club of Brart votera, and after them
900 rotera ropranontlag aii tho trndoa and
profeootona and tho agriculturnl interesta
Ther..- has been i;o deiegatlon here repre
BOntlng mon ln more walks of llfe than
that whkh came from Oll Clty to-day. Thla
mornlng g commlttee came fr.,m OU Clty
nnd erected in Major MeKlnloya yard. near the
oouth and of th..- porch, a aUnd twelve feet
nigh, fjfteen f.-.-t brond nt tho bottom and atx
at the top. The stand was lilled fmni baae to
top wlth the flov/ora brought by the Oll Clty
deiegatlon. Tho Ofl Clty deiegatlon w-aa luetlly
Ohoerad alnr.g its Ita. of maroh from the atatlon
to Major MeKlnloya bome. It was one of the
flnest-looking d-b-gatlona that h.a vislted ran
ton. The thlrd and last deiegatlon waa from
W^stmoreland County. Penn. It waa largely
eomposed ?f miners and glassw-nrkers, and num
h-r.-d 3.000 men.
M'KIM.KY TALK8 TO MIXKR8.
bfnjor McKlnley was ln excellent eonditlon to
day, and spoke wlth olearnoss and vignr. Hla
first spe.-r-h was made ln rcoponna to the re
rnarks of W. g Van Dyk.-, who spoke for the
dologntlon of mlnera from West N-wt.,n. Major
M< Klnley said:
"I had not expected to meet the people of Weat
moreland County ln sectlona. I had auppoaed
that you would rome to meet to-day ln a unlted
body, and that I mlght have an ..pporttinlty of
??I'Mressing you asl together; but it e ems there
are ho many Republlcana thls year that when
| they make a J< urney they have to come |n sec
| tlons. ILauthter nnd applause.) Th-re la no
! sort of objertp,., ;? helng divlderl now. ut I truat
that on the thlrd day r,f November you wlll all
J be unlted. fCrle. of "We wUt!M) I count It a
very great poraonnl pleasure to meet and great
the people of West NowtOU, I reeall your bu.y
und enterprlsing clty wlth great s.vt isfactlon. I
remember the only vialt I ever paid you, and at
that time I found your clty one of the moat ac
tive and most prosperoua In the whole eountry.
I regret to henr from your spokesman that all
that has rhanged. and where plenty and proa?
perlty presided. want and doopalr HOW sit. Aud
that naturnlly leads to the- Inrjuiry: What haa
occnaloned lt? That ls the thought ln every
man's mln.I; that Is the queOtkMI that Is in every
mnn'a thoughts. We have th.* same eountry
that we had four yeara ago We have the aame
Bplendld reoourceo, fh- Bnmo farms. the same
fartories, tho same mines, the same sturdy. en
f-rprtslng peopla that re had th.-n. and what ta
th.- r.-ason we have not the .same prosperlty now?
The reason is not hard to dlocorn. P"or more
thnn thirty years we llved In this eountry under a
protectlvo tarilT-n tarlff that protected and en
couraged Amerlcan enterpris.- a ? Amerlcan In?
dustry; a tarlff that made ua in that perlod of
tlme the greatest natlon In th" world In manu
fa< turos. In mlning and In asrl. ulture; a systcm
that protected everything we made in thls eoun?
try agalnst slmllar things made |n Buropo; a pro
te.-tion to every Amertaan tatereot *gnfr-rt c?n
llicting forelgn IntCTl Bt
"Now that protoctlon has i e. i, partlgjiy ro
rnoyed, and when the people ..f this eountry ln
IS0- decr.1 th.it there was to be a chang,- of pol?
lcy an.l that we warn to go from a protectlvo poi
Icy to a partlal free-trada pollcy or a r.-venue tar?
lff polt.-y, then uncertalnty hung over this eoun?
try. and no man kn.-w what to d<>. .No man
could cunt upot. what the future would bring
DO man knew wh^n he min.-d coal how much he
would gel for it; no man knew wn.-n h>- put the
raw materlal into one end of the factory how
much l-.e could get for It when It went out at ihe
..ther end; md wlth the uncertalnty whlch hung
over ua, becauae of antlclpated competltlon from
other countrlea, the bualneaa ->f this .-..untry waa
at once depreooed, and for four y.-ars wo have
he.n auffering becauae our own Induatrieo w.-re
not prooperOUO, and whlle -mr own itxiustriea
wi re not prosperous the industrtea of other oun
l.AUS BHOULO BI FOR ROMI URNKKIT.
"Now, I am one of thoae who belleve that it hl
the bualneaa of thla eountry to make lawa for
the beneflt of thla eountry. (Loud applause ) I
bellevo the bualneaa of this fr.-.- Oorernment la to
preserve the Amerlcan rnark.-t t<> the Amerlcan
producer. whethe,- in the factory or the farm,
and to praoerva the Amerlcan mines and the fae
torlea of th.- Am.ii.an workm.-r H'rles of
"That's right:'' and applause.) An.l that ia all
there is <,f a protectlvo tariff. We want enough
tarlff in thls ountry put upon foreign gooda that
competo with ours to make up the differenee bo
twoen the wage* pnM to labor ln Kurope and the
wagea pnM to labor ln the Unlted states. (Tra
mendoua applauae.) We wnnl ihe differenee h*
tween Amerlcnn eondltloae and Buropona condi
tlons made up 1>> a protective tarlff upon a for?
elgn produd that compe.es with the Amerlcan
prodUCL That is the pollcy pursued by the Re
publl.-an party ever sineo It came into power.
"Then wo want. my fetlow-citlzeno to reatore
confldence -buolnona conMonce wo do not
want chonp mon.-y any nore than we want
ch.-ap labor ln the Unlted States K'rlea of
"That's rtght!") When tho inlners of West New
ton have dug thelr eo.l by their boneat toll,
they wnnl b. be pal.l In dollara that are e.jual to
the best dollara of the w orl.l at,.. wlil not
,b I reclate ln the future. hut wlll be as good on
one da) and in one .ountry as ln another (Crtra
of "That's what wo want") The Republlcan
party doea n?,t .-..n.-eal its purpones; they ara
ni ..[.en boofc. Kvrythlng that the R? publlean
party bOlltVOd ln w he" It has been in power It
has writton ln publlc law It has bo alm but the
publlc good; it has ever stood on th?- alde of the
eountry an.l tho tlag. its great central idea na.
been the welfare >>f the people and all the peo?
ple, and ever) prln< Iple that It haa ever od
voroted haa cmbru -ed the hlgh.-at gcod for the
gt eat eat r.umber i.f Amerlcan cltlitena. That
has i een the poMej of the Uepubllcan party for
nearly a third of century; it is the p.licy of the
Ke|iibllcan party to-.lay. The Republlcan party
ndvocatea its prin.lples ln defe.t no leaa than In
vtctory, an.l lo-.las they are ne.rer the Amer
h ar. people than they have ev t been beforo.
? N. w, what btb) want is to write on our hal
h ts next November what W0 thlnk la lieat for
U8 b.-st f,,r <>ur labor, l.est for our wagea, beat
for our mlnoo, b.st for <>ur fa. tOlioa and our
fa-ms. best f.,r .,ur famill.s and best for our
chlldren. Let our ballota repreaent theae eon
TAILOB-MADI CLOTAlNO, ~~
ready-to-wear, at prices much leas than tallora
charge for slmllar uualltles made to order
OKOBOB O. BKNJAMLN, HROADWAY. COR!
KTH BT.-Udvt. **