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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, SKI? IT.MI.I.K att, i*.m. -si\TEEN PAGE8
PU.CE TliKKK CENTC.
riLLIAMS HOLDSTHE FORT.
flBOl?GE FRED'8 DELEOATEfl BBIZE nos
TON MU81C HALL,
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rv wr.K'' vT a BR1 in ME1 TIXO, AM' nr* TOLD
_.,rM io -: i'i Tii.l. TO DA1 B rov\ r:\Tiox
N ??twit THE OOLD MEN
Rnaton, kVpt. 25. After Mr. Bryan Bpoke on
,,nrn,-in thla evagiing, a meetlng wns held la
Music ?",1
in*
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'
Tho rbi.'f Intereal thera waa nut ln
<_r_aBBBBee for the Prealdencjr, but ln a aenaa
' ] ?pf. . !i .'.. ii\er.-.l l.y .'..-.irco Fred Wlll
" (?ndldate for Oovernor bafore the Detno
-r*i''' Si ?'' dnventton whlch iviii meel In
ttgaji li ; molTOW lt was a apeech full of
? t accuaatlon. Joatah Qulncy,
i ? ? mh? crltlclaed by tha apeaker,
??i.. M.is hteeed bjr the audlence. Sec
the l lemocratlc suu.. Cen
cua. .i of moral Irreaponsl
'
al part waa toward th..'
yr T\ lama, addresalng the dela
nventlon who were In tbe
lo remain untll the meet
. , , ? ft a bill of equlty to pre?
aenl i" ? Judg al ij tii thelr placea untll
^- ,'clock t rrow morning', when the r>?i
?:,. :. io prevenl the State Commlt
? icklng 'li" houae wlth "its heelera"
lorary organizatlon "in of
t Ing became Intenae when
U. \\ - i thla plan. The bai .1
lery, wlth an apt underatand
began playlng "Hold Ihe
i- ? alr waa recognlzed the sh. ut
nalt>
I to ataj ? ? . .1 Mr. Wlll
li ilemei wlll you ataj "'
?? back Ihe chorua, and there
ng
s'... when Mr Bryan appeared M
nding h'.a rei
, . i on the atage. Imm. -
_ like
:.| wavlng thelr nata. Women, i"".
? ? Ui Wllllama losl
ii, pr< aentin_ Mr. Bi > an, and as he con
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VXITEB8ITY of PEXXRYLTAXIA ni'FMh.
p,..r,\-. - TO THR RTt*T>KNTB
r.N THK v- Y IV ''"'-:
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v. . ,i. rti ? l'nlveralty of Pi
mbi i of -?
I, (h*. hlftorj of the Inatll
. ? r* about -J" ? '' ? part
Thurada). anrl the lol
?v wlll 1" aboul 2.S0O.
j>r, v< ' rlr-i I. ? ? ? ? ng the
r ? red to the polltli al campalgn
i nw a
1 wlll nol r. f- r m the publlr r-iieatloii* whi
, . . ? . ? ? iher than to
to tfil
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nment h< <\ honor and li uth.
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1 BIG Ml\ IXG hl M. IX PR08PI < 1
. Ft BII.1 ER MINE IN HR11 H CO
, -?-.. ? ?- TO BE Pl i:?*" tBEP nv
r. I8TRRN CAPITAI
Mllwaukee, Bept. 8 The largeal minlng doal
v.k' n place In tl '
' . ra will Iie . onaummau d
i ?'..,.?.' n wlll
? ?? .;. .,: a ayi
The i ???
.. v.,.k. and ')? deal waa vlrtuallj cloa?*?l wlifii
?? i and Ihe o*a n?-r* refu ed Iu ??*
v, off. r ls now made of ll<?.?M I
....... e ln 1 ? prlco
rtnga 1 be flgure lhe mine l- h. Id i"
... ... -!,. ow n
,.,, ,,,. ? to be ln ? to parl wlth
... i.i.- the 1?Ik
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,. h I'olumbla. in ii"- K'".t.i.ai rilB
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ln oi aboul Wa < < i l - - ?' ? i-a-i-.i i.-. Mi Bmlth
..... ? . ? g party lo Ihe dlatrl. t, and pur
. .,ai portlon of the land Th^n tl
... ? afterward Mr
Bmlth boughl h< holdinga ..f li l< - and
. !,?. . mtro llni t< ?? ' Th<
tomiirj and uotwlthatanding the low mark. i prb-e
, ,i,i, .., ke. prollt;
iwo dlvhlend*
I
THF) sMI TO-DAY FROM 80ITHAMPTOX.
I : MtY HKRBERT, D W. BMA1XKT AND Mlaa
AliA RKHAN AMOSO THK PABBENOKRa
. THK PAMS.
I
arhn wiu Bhii fr.nn Bouthampton for N< ? I ?
board ihe ateamer Parta to morroa ar* Moreton
Pr.w.i '!. ., . 1 Oll ? ? M.'^"1 "f N"v-'
Tork Hllari a Herberl i i i" ?' *<?>??- ~",rr,.,"1>f
-\i, ?' <; w Bmalb) ih.< " -:???;?' "'' [
.-..,.?..,, Tlmea'' ... New-York, aad Mh
ft--lun. tht- actrepa
ENGLISH C0A8T8T0RM BOUND.
THE __n_TOJxJ.C DELATED FOUR HOURfl
AT QUEEN8TOWN
! TWO BARKfl AND A RARKENTINE <M DOWN -
MANY i.ivks f_0*T THE VA.-HT ARCTURt'g
lN.irir.ri> LAND WIREfl Of THI
. IBLE CO.TPANIE- DOWN
london. Bept. R A terrlflc northeaal trnle pro
\ ille. throughoui last nlghl In the Rngllah Chan
the Brlstol Channel, off Cornwall and elae
where il m_ ll ?? t-oaata, dolng a greal deal of dam
age Bevrral aalllng rea ela were drlven aahor* In
"" Brl*tol Channel and off Cornwall, and tlie
ateamer Teutonir, from Llverpool Beptember 24
for New-York, wa* delayed al Queenatown four
' .if-.T whlch the atorm abated aomewhat
?nd Bhe pn.led on h. r voyage at 7:47 o'clock
tliis mornlng.
The barkfl Agder nnd Baron Hoburg arer*
wrecked off Folkestone durlng the nlght Th*
crewn ..f both veaaela were aaved.
\ large number of coaatlng veaaela a'er* unablc
'" mak* a aafe ofllng and a'ere Uirown aahor* al
llolyhead, Bheerneaa, Dover and Varmouth. Bo far
wn, all the men on theae wrecked veaaela
were aaved by the llfehoata and coaatguardamen.
laolated caaea of drownlnga have been reported
from dlffereni placea along the coaata
At "armouth the wlnd Mew wlth hurrlcane force,
ir - v- i cltj belng nlnety mlle* an hour. Many
bulldinga were unroofed or otherwlse damaged,
and In aome placea the atandlng cropa were com
pletely deatroyeil Parm property miffi-r.-.l s>
\ i r.h'.
At Ilfracombe, the faahlonable wateiing idnr-* iu
ihlre, tlie Arcnde v. n \M.,-k>'.l and .i greal
niimber of tren were tom up by Ihe roota
telegrnph aervlee waa demorallxed In the
weal of Kngland, lhe wlrea and polea belng blown
down Rverythlna posprlhle la belng done to get
the nt-..- j,, working order agaln.
,'r1:.- Bteamer* plylng heta'een Polkeatone and
Bnulogne-aur-Mer were compelled to anandon thelr
trlp* Th. Bteamer* of other llnea runnlng to the
i t'ontlnent were greatly ili-laye.1, anil th.-ir non
arrlval under the clrcumatancea cauaed mu.'h
anxletx am< who had relatlvc* or frienda
ahoar.l thi m
The Amerlean atenm yaehl Arcturua, owned by
l; Pl ? ' New-York. ha* arrlved at Bouth
ampl m from Dover Bhe ua- caughl In Ihe storm
.1- ,1 -u '.iln. rl aome damage.
?\ ? unknown l.arkentlne lms been wrecked ..n
Btrumble lleqd. Hei cge* were droarned
1'irff. Bepl 23 A aevere gale h.is prevatled to-day
? - ? , a nd in'i. 'i damagi haa bei n
done,
v ?' .? offli -? <' Ihe Commerclal i ahle Company lt
j w.i- aald yeaterd mornlng thal the gale on the
i::i:i: ' - l id been ragtng wlth more or leaa
? ii . Beptember 22, and thal the t.!.-^rtj.ii
x\n.^ had been Berlou*ly Interferad wlth alnce
?ut thal the condltlon wa* wu-??>???-?? t i ..
m any previoiifl daj Blnce the diaturbanc*
"Th. ommunli-allon wlth Bouth Wales,
1 .l.iiHl. li -.-I.nui. the Channel laland* and
enl was notlced by rh.- poatal authorl
t he manag. - - d "bul * ? h< n lhal lhe
Hiorm lf now pretty well over, and there wlll be no
further delay.
ll was -.nl nli lhat the n
f. red in the l-.i-t. nnd thal the atorm had dam iged
onlv lhe shi re . ii
When th. ? ? ? ' he vai Ioua ahle offlces
? ? th,-y found a Vaal .it
..f tiu8lno.se lo be ittended to, a'hlch had accumu
i it, ii ln the rourae of lhe day nn.l whlle th. tiuro
w. re doa n Tl irarin ible ?
..
? . \, cptlona, wen - durlng i he morn
.
\- ; .;.? n rn. Ihe \V< ?' aald
, w.i- ln perfeel woiklng ord. r agaln
route, bul lhal the Penxance llne
v. ?!,i; dowi
The I'nmm.-rela! i""abl mpal waa also aend
Ing and recelvlng measaaiea al thal hour wlthoul
? delay, 'ri'- xnglo-Baxoi Company reported thal
the wlrea from '- ? I_>ndon and Llverpool
'..I |.. ? ; repalred and thal when the arcumulated
of there would Iw
The I rench Telcjjrapl le i 'abli
?'lth connectlona between Breal nn.l Havre
ind Hr? -? nnd Parla had -'-? fell tlie effecra of the
land atorm, but thej wer. aending and re,-etvini;
I!,. -II., ? .lt X ]i 111. .1- il- -1." '
the "ir ? of the Dlrecl l'nlted S:ate? Cnhle
Company, whlch hai n li nd lini from Halk-n* Kel
li_s. Irefand. io Llverpool and Lond n tl waa aald
thi atorm tnuai hav. gone around iheji terrl
lory, becnust Ihelr bualneaa h i.i been delayed only
9 o'clock rn. Prlday moi: -
Ina
None o' the ofUcea had recelved any partl
atorm, bui ? | olnted lo the f id
thal It tnnst have heen of h moal aevere natun
wer. no late atock quotationa recelved from
belng n ved at about lfl
.: ni . nnd ii" m recelved to cal
?
TBE C \8E OF /.'. J. IVORY.
AN ATTEMPT TO PIIOW liis fDNNECTION WTTH
KEARNET AND M MM -
Bepl Thi examlnal n i ' Edward J,
Ivory, ? ? aileged lyn imltei ' \\ ho wai im
ln iii.i- ? - tei.r i:'. was contlnued ln tha
i: iv. 8 reei Poll ?? < "oui t to-day. Mr i ;?
keeper of ? Vnta i at * John P.
K< , ' ? i: . II ? IVOI
n.-piral * W8
? ii ,
? ln-law of Ke irm y. Hi lentlfied
nn i ll.i.i,- -. who are under
arreai n Itotterdam, and r J Tj'nan, who i- In rhe
. ..i Uoulogn. -aur-Mer,
II. -i.i r s- : i:. ? men liad heen at hla hotel. He also
identlli. ii. r n. : ie iloi k, arho, . ? - ild, ad
i?., n 1 m aa Kdward Bell. Th. foui I
, ,?. ? ? hop Kearni j
Ituwerp. and
q . . lona Dj i amite carti
ieni..: : K pllloa
and tor ? ' Kxla ird Bell. '
Tne exarrlnatloi waa then adjoumed for two
"
TYNAN COXDEMXED IS DEFAVLT.
THE CHAROE I'lfiX WHICII KNUI-AND DEMAN -
HIS EXTKADITION.
Part*, Bepl '.'. Thi demand of the Brltlah Oov?
ernment for the extradltlon of Patrlck ?! Tynan.
ti;. aileged leader of Ihe dynamlte conaplracy dla
t..- Brltlah detectlvea, who waa arreatc-d on
II at Boulogne-aur-Mt r, ls baa. d up m
? ? he waa i ondemned In defauil for the
parl I.. I- aileged to have taken In the murdi I ? I
l.,,i,l rt. di i i, k I'avi mlll h and Mi Bui ke li I""" -'
nix l-aik, l' ililln. ln -
The .I. ni.i-,.1 for hla anrn d< r n
. i ? ii . \. hlch d. man
, |,v ih. Pr. iich ' iovernmi nt. wai l.ris.-.l
? ? ? i . a Impllcati d In
? oi -
?
1/ />/;' RY G0E8 To H \LMOR \1
Thk i:;-i i.-r ? iF III- rtiXFEREXCE WITH THE
./m: Ifl i:m I'.'Tll' T" HAVE AN IMIHiRTANT
HKAItlNG on . \.;i..\M''s n i:ki-h i'"'-:' 1
London. :-?'[.t " Prlme Mini l< ' *> Habun *--,*
.-,, i .tn, ihli af ? ni'-oi'. I"" huv
? ? . .Iiralood ompleled lh. bu ln< whlch
,,. .,,.. ,,:,,.. !,. atarled thla evenln? foi
. ,| ,-?Ml. . whei i- - 11 ti.'-t ih. t'xar lt
ia lh. Ih lei lhal lhe .'oiif-r.-ii- ? I
...i.i Ballal.ui ' -?" Ji-y.*
,;,, .,. Brltuln ? attltud. on th*
A i it ? nlan .|i;. -ti-.n.
?
THE 81 / 7 i \ WAY i:l ID THF BPEECB.
,.,?;,..?, Bepi -? 'i he anil Turkleh a|.
.\It illM.latone al the mai eld In
. --. i.i.,v t- proteai agalnal the Armenl in
' ,' , ,', . giaphed to ? Bultan al i on
1:,;.',I,.,,i:;.-'.-.'.v-.-.,:.p., '?. .iih.
-,,.,.,|, ,l..||ver.'d il Uverp
, i ,,!-..,..' l...s i-iiuai gn il ? Itement ln l
.Ila KI ' rl""- of 'I'" ?<'1'"" ,'^'"' ""?
Iblled from eiite,
ln? Turki
? -
?nn; ri-ri: VVHITKB TO THK BULTAN
i ondon Bepl ~ "The < "im.: la" wlll to-mi
publlah a'dlapatch from Romi aaylng lhal M
doi Bonette. Ihe Papal Delegate al Con?t.ntlnople..
,...,,!? returned lo Rom? '" explaln the rurkl.h
altuatlon to the Pope He ha* noa returne.
in- -. i.ii,-r io lhe Bultan expreeidna Ihe him "r
h? 1'"- ";' '""'i''-'..K lhat la
,,.. fnt'ir. t,',.- Ilve? of lhe Chrlatlanfl In tn* rurk
I-', ,1.anu.- he ui "I- -? ur.
M..I:K l-'.Kx-l.l' M ?BI.EM '"NVKHTS
fon.tantl,.e, Bepl _ Accordlng io iruat
. -ived r.er- i. Armanlana ln
the Provlnce of Van havi beati forclblj irorn
l.laml.m durlng th* U.i Iwo monlha
TWO EXCITINQ RVNA WA YS.
ONE DABHE8 THROUOH THE FARK, THE
OTHER l'l' RIVER8IDE DRIVE
ROrXDBMAS HOWARD KARROWLY EWAPEB M'lN
TVIUVs BAD PaTE IN TRYlNfl TO BTOP THE
PIR-T li' iRSE 1 IIE BE. ONI") KN " h- THI) I
CTfTJBTfl PROM THEIR W1IEELB
A runaway 'iirred yeaterday Ir Rlveralde
? Drlve, as the resull nf whlch more or leaa lerloua
', Injurlea were auatatned by the drlver of the ve
hlcb and by cycllata who were oul wh.
Theae were ..f mlnor Importance, however, rom
pared t" the narrow eacape whlch Roundamnn
Hubert i,. Howard had ln trylng to capture a
i runaway wlth the Wlnd Btaggera In the Eaal
: Drlve ..f Central Park, In a llne wlth One-hun
dred-and-alxth-Bl . al ?"> o'clock ln the afternoon.
Hla eacape from belng rruahed undei the horae
! ln iho s.-iin- ir.anner in whii h Polleeman Thomaa
R. Melntyre waa when he mel a traglc death on
Wedneaday ?as llttle leaa than a mli ?
A horae attach. ' lo a phaeton, owned and
ciriv.ii i.y p. M. Wheeler, of No. 17 Weal Fifty
elghth-Bt., wa* aelxed with bllnd ataggera at
One-hundred-and-tenth-al an.l Tenth-ave. just
as th" drlver a*ai aboul to enter ih- uppei en
trance t" th" Eaat Drlve in Central Park. The
horae daahed wlldly through the enti
Roundaman Howard, "f ih" mounted aquad, who
was tn-ar lhe .-nt t an.-". sa w ih" h"! s.. comlng
toward hlm, and awung hlmaell Int.. his aaddle,
The runaway was Btaargering from one alde of
the road to the oth r In hla n Ild nlght, and it waa
almoat Impoaalble to gel alongalde of hlm.
At On?-hundi ' rounda
man'a horre atumblrd and fell, bul n
aa .. .i hima. lf from the fate of Polli i man Mc
Intyre by aprlnglng from the aaihii" bb the
horae r.'lle.l upoii hla alde Aa It waa, he re
celved aerlouB Injurlea his handfl, arma and
hlpa were badl) laeerated and his bodj
waa covered wlth aevere contuslona whlch need
ed the attentlon ol a surg >r, Wlthoui waltlng
to net how badly he was Injured he aprang
agaln Into the aaddle and daahed aftei th<
horae, whlch forty yarda rurther on ataggered
and f'ii int" th. roadwa
phaeton, where he >? ia held by Poli.
Paney, who caught the horae Jual aa he fell.
Mr. Wheeler BUBtalned a apralneil ankle and n
celved sever.ntuslona about the head and
body. ll-? wa* taken t<> hl* home In ihe- Pai:
aiiii.ul ui. .?. and the damai and horaa
were taken to the Park atables.
An hour "i '"? ? before I nl ' '?? orge
T F< rgUBon, a mounted poli. ? ghi b
runaway horae attached to a Ughl wagon ln
Rlveralde Drlve, ul One-hundred-and-lifti-.
The horae became frlghtened ai i
roller In the Drlve al ' >ne hundred-and-ele
Bt., and Danle! Horton, of No, 117 VV.
aeventh-sl . ? h i waa di Ivln > anl
mal, was thrown oul of the wagon a* thi- latter
atruck a tree and a - ui Mr II. rto
, ap. .1 wlth a few allghi about the
handd and fac. There were a numbei ol
, ii-i. in the i ?i Ive al the lime, and alth
they trled to - -? ape f. th. path of the frighl
.?n.'.l anlmal, aeveral of th. ni w ere ki ?? ..
thelr wheela by the runawa he rlash'-d
up the drlve at full apeed, and were m ire or !? ?->
..?? IoubIj Iniiii- d,
Among th iae who had th. Ir Injurle i attemled to
i,v a aurgeon from the Manhattan ll ?*?pli i
ai'dea Mr Horton, the di V ? -' thi i un i
Miss s. h'werin, of No. L'.-MW S >c.l-av.
hei 1. rt leg Injured; Harry Nubc. ol N I.W.i
Recond-ave., who had hla rlghl leg Injui rt. a i
j. 1. Btevens, of No. 7" Weai Rlghty nevenl
w'ho had ln.- rlghl hand and rlghl leg Injured.
\ ft .-!? the Injur. d pereon* had bei I. .1 the
,-v, :;- . laklng Iheii .vla
were conalderably damaged Mr Horton had hia
horae reatored to hlm bj I
?nd Bubsequently wenl to hla hon
?
BA \'KI '"> !'/ I 1XC0LX"B TOMB.
THE IMERICAN "- PATS A VlSf
BrRINOFIELI) 11.1.
Bprlni rhe A '
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er 11 a. m. Pi
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ntroduced the Rev. Il
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. Natloi
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afterwi
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Hl.MlnF MCROLAS YISIT8 XI M rOiYJT.
BKRx,-TC-r4 \T THK 111 ?SIAS ORTHODOX ' II
IN KKfliND W E 1*1 ' ': v
M;\\ 111 li.MV
Biahop ki ' ? ""';,x
Cl ,-'?') in Ihe ' I ll** Stat. -
,,,.. acene ??'
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Thla pl
! !',,','.'.Y
I, ?-, || k; own. A larg. "" :
the do. ' '?'"' '";
Prb) lhe purpoae
forwl
I, |? , ..nin.ii.-.i th U ln ''.r. ... r Nea
.... , h early all of whom ??? m< m
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...,,. ...... The .
V ,rl Th. ' B :'
Phurch ln Hi- clty. do.
?ulren
W| ||p ? l: Biahop KI.
.luea. -
hulld .. nea chirch her. -
annoum m-nl ha* --en. ll la undera,.i thal
, Hhernl gt
.i,..,l it i- aald lhal lh. nn mb< i
althom - ln* to lhe ,
. io ild In h i
Whlch Will . '"''' u
. ..-.I. wlll Iw oi.?
. - ln Amerl
Ii, afl- l
i.i ,i .I othei i l rjmllielil i-ltl .
--,, i _\ ? ,, holj daj Iii lh. ? il? ndai ?
. . , ? ,,i h an.l H wlll l- ol.aerv.
Nd hoi.- wlth .-"!? mn rlte* and
The BUhop wlll have th. prlm-lpal parl
HlMted 1 -k>
,,f th. church l" '
iernion ih-ri '
? wlll hav. nn oppon
illahop and rerelvlna hla bleaalna To morrow the
ithahori wlll I...I.I .. - rvl. - ln lh* W'aehlng
.i,,,.! for lh" mernbai
.,?_. in Hreenwlch *od Waahlngton *ta.
W'oi's OF THE WIGWAM.
MANY BRAVB9 HOPE CROKER WILL
BOON COME BACK.
'i'HAT l:l<; RRTAN PARADE DWINDI.INO \ -' THE
TIME FOR IT ArrROACHEfl THE KICK
\.; W\.-l Tll iCHEH AI'FAREN I I'.
I'.' \\ END.
Tammany'fl monater para.!", whlch waa to aa
tnnleh the ch iii/.'-'l world "ti Beptember '-"?'. the
date of Bryan'a aecond appearance In New-York,
has dwindled i" Inalgniflcanl proportlona. Al a
meetlng of the Tammany Hall Executlve Com?
mlttee yeaterday, John ?'. Bheehan explalned
thal thlng* were n< t propltloua for a blg parade
hk.- the one flrat planned. He therefore adviaed
lhal the propoaltloi tn ihou Mr Bryan what a
ly armj of unterrlfled and the unwaaheil "f
New-York could be rallled al bIx weeka' notlce
ahould Iie abandon. d, and thal the paradlng col?
umn i"- llmlted i" ii\ ?? or bIx Aaaembly dlstrli ta
Mr. Bheehan s.ii-l thal hla diatrict, the ixih,
would come oul wlth flv. band , mualc enough to
atippl* the entlre outflt. The artlng boaa'a sug
- u 8 i a. "pt' 1 ?Ith a algh of rellef by tha
crowd of anxioua "tead. ra" gathered In the Wlg
wam Councll Chamber, for every man Jack of
them knew thal the scheme to brlng out a parade
anythlng near lhe number propoaed must reault
ln humlllatlng failure
The commlttee adopted aa a Tammany button
n devlce whlch Chalrman Jamea .1 Martln sald
had been dealgned bj "Tommy" Dunn, leadei of
the XXIVth Dlstrlct. It repreaenta a dark-blue
nve-polnted star, wlth a llght-blue edglng, Bur
mounl .1 by an ln-- rlptlon, "Tammanj. Bi in
and Bewall " The background is a hite, He< k>"I
wlth ih" Natlonal ? olora.
The Impreaalon waa Tammany Hall
laat r ghl thai the "klclc" agalnal John Bo) d
i was ,n an end, becauae he meant to ac?
eept ih" nomlnatlon, and all further pretence of
dlaaat'afactlon, f .r the purpoae of humorlng the
.1 Mivr element Inelde and outalde of the
im, rnusl ' as. . John C. Bheehan praci
, ally .mi.' ui.1 tnla eondltlon yeaterday b
Ing thal "In tecurlng a commltl ?? to wall on
Thaeher Tammany gol all II expected n aaked
for."
Bven more rldlculoua waa Bheehan'a Btate
j menl thal John ti Bhea lid nol ri preaenl Tam?
many Hall .' hen I ? off. red hla reaolutlon <1?
ni inding lhat Tha. her atand on the Ch
i putf .rni i the tl. kel Bhea'a resolu
I tl .n ?.is exactly In ? Sheehan'a tele
-,, Tha. her. v mtained practl. ally the aame
requeal and waa lntended to back up Bheehan'a
demand, auppoalng thal it had l.n made In
! falth A large majorltj of the Tammany
; manager* applauded the Bhea reaolutlon at the
Hoffm ii Hon ? meetlng laa! Tu.li y nlght,
i an.l were ready to flght Hlll and . Popo
. (.rai wlth hlm regardlng Tha I
untll ii." Benatoi aucr.led In frlghtenlng lhe
WiKwam inemliera of the Btate Commlttee Into
a Burrender Hlll knew how to scare them Into
uul.aervlency, and he dld not hesltate to uae his
i know :? i- ? Bheehan'a de< laratlon yeat.
. .,,?,,! aa -i. .wlng that he la under HIH'a
heel i"i the am| aigi.
ln vlew of the pltiable poaltlon ln whii h Tam?
manj has 1...H plai ? '1 "ii the Thachei qu.
many of the bravea were hoplng laal nlghl tl al
Ki, hanl I'loUe' would loae no tlme In returnlng
to New-York Nothlng elae. ao far ai thej could
? ,,u',| r< - tore Tammany to anythlng llkf
[lirtiting Hlm. Mr Croker, it waa undentl.1 on
good authorlty, will aail from Rngland on Oet.
ber _. an.l " III i" due here i ictober 8 oi l>.
\ .. re blow i" th? Tammany free allverltea
?.,. | atlon of ex-Aaaemblyman Wlll
lam H Klliaon, of the XXIal Dlstrlct, from the
iny Hall ' announee
m?*ni thal ipporl McKinlej and Hobart
?
li/// l T \l M:lM. T kTII l. BOOMIXO.
I.NOTHER RISE IN THE I'RIPE f)l THI ORBAT
pROPl ' T <>K TIIE H EBTER.N . ARMB
f'hlcago, .?-? I). Wlth all th* newa
whi al bulla on
Ti :?. ilter a Uttle ? arly
\i. i.Hi nd rloai .i the m irkei at
ih* hlgbi ? pi I. ?? " fai i1 ? .ver Thuraday.
1 .. .ii.a-ned al '?'?' , to 64*!* centa, KOld between
r.n. nnd 67', ? ? |i7l* centa. It waa
? ? ol m i k< ' i" begulle tli" ahori Inter
. ? . 'nbb s ?. ?,- lowi r. T i very
bIow. i*l< .i nn. ? f"1 ' be da; wer. 1.000 im.-li
? . .. , pre llcti il ll ? ??"?. ?Ideriible in
?|'l... ImporlHni holili
.. ? . i v.. i. unmoved I I a Thi
. ...in. of ib. m w. in
*| ori l-'or. Igm r* and New-York were -? Ib I
?ai...i ...al h
| Oll 1 ;
iwd trled lo
- ? ? ....I
illa i nd I' i
I'rad
... port. .1 ' ..?:.,,
n .\. menl for
ln lhe vlalhl* of
? ? ish.-la.
...K ii ? prlce ,- low as
...ir over "call* " < ni
r wh.-a t i
i '? ? mliei i
?
-|-hl. i .u. in wiu il In ' bd ago had 11
,, i iu Ni u \... k I'i. Kxi hange, The
o\ lee i... i he I ' pl lon. whlch wh*
. bigl ? ' ' ?
loslng prb e
buylng wa* chli rlj ta
PALMI i; I Ml IH CKS'l R IX H ILTIMORE.
?IARVI.ANPS.ifNH MONEY PEMOCRATS NAME AN
,. iRAL TICKET.
i- >. ; ?, (fl ? iii Th< Bound Moi ? \
t,l m irj l md ..|.-?!!? .1 ihelr ? amp
I ind enthusl
. M . Hall, I'lliii- r
nf the new
. | ,11,1 i... epllon ? lu-n lhe; i pp. arcd
lhi i". II. ' ' ' ' "
ex-l'nlteii Stat.
i ,,.,' um. I>- mocratl. lead. i- ?. ro
,. . . .| i- |m. nd Buckner dl cu *ed
.,.-, were .^a^n-. A
? ? ..i Marj land ?.il bc agalnal free
The bla hall wa - well nlled, thc audlence
oml ? l ln mercuntll ? ai .1
' i nl.,:
ki for Ma
WI II nr> .M Ib 11 ol la, t'oloro I Charlea
i r'ranc. i: V. well, of
.,..'. i ..I... ,| Lloyd, of Dor
luckson Plper. ol Baitlmore
. ptnln ' ;? ..: ? ? ? Bt. Mary 3
.; ,: ol W b ihlngton County.
?
TBI IMI ow OF GOI I'.
,., 1 Mll RRI*< ~D ri "TERDAY
Klt< 'M KI'H
from Burop.
? |p N'ormannla b
foi Kuhi
.. .. . ihe Bank of Montreal and I-VO.ibjo
f.,, |. .1. 1 ri Thalmann m 1 'o . u tota
m iii brlna li. .?".?"" for Laiard
Th* 1 IMI-..1 r.it:?-..- of l_txard Pren -
-
|lt : . - yeaterdaj ln
... , . i..,/ii.|
1. i.i,. 1.... b _ ' '?? ind BOO.OUO i.y
thi Xe? Vork Proiluce Exchang* Bank
?n,',. intereal on lhe old l'nlted Btatea ( per ? enl
.. ,1,1, ne_t Thuraday. 1 he Tn
? , pH) oui on thla accounl ? ..???"?". of
< . .. a .t-e,i through
ln thla . lt)
? n k mai kel ? ' rday.
BAKDT H< K >K Rl >i TE
... 1 s.u.iU ii.iok xv, 11 1.. wlthdrawn on
? . ,- -| urada) Bi i ? ? rhe -t. .iim. 1 Moi
mo Hh 011 eave New-*i ork
at 10 15 a im 11 nd 3.IS p. m., arrlvlng al New-iorkat
m and - IS p m Hundaj - Monmoulh will
Irave Nea l n wh! arrlve at New-York
t 1.. |. 111 1 A.lx I.
ARTHUR II 1 UMER8TE1X IX COURT
CHARQED WITH A88AULTINQ V BROKER
THi: TROUBLE BEOAN WITH THK BJEC
Tl. >X nl-' THE LATTER PROM THE
Ml'81 ? HALL.
Arthur Hammerateln, ion of Oacar Hammerateln.
proprletor of the Olympla Theatre *nd Muaic Hall,
waa trralgned befon Maglatrate Deuel In "orkvllle
Courl yeaterday afternoon on a --h iru. of a**ault.
r omplalnani was w.iit.-r S. Hurley, who
? iroker, of Ko. to Weal Twenty-fo n
N ? taken In the ? e Ma
belng occupl. d a i*lni ?*. Hi n ?>? I he ca - ?
idjo irn. i o Tu. ftday i 'XI at " o'clock ln t ie
aft. rn....ti
Mr. Hurley waa aeen on leavlna coui
hla i-eralo - iae. H aald thal ?> hi ?
of li immerateln'fl Mual. li i I
Aa lie
wai - muaic hall. a -
?
.lhi and demanded to kno* w ial he meani by ln
aultli n ? bj golng i i he II immerale n
ns; hla card ind ng hlfl
ind Mra, Hammei -:. ;n. * h - wa - ln i ?
?
Hurley replli .1 that ll tauii be ..
I | near I H immi r*t< ln
. . ibl in\ * ird lei i o I
and gei my cai . ind
i : .' I ;.'.??'
Tho munagi ?? ompanled hlm On n
box, he one <?? he women exclalmed: "Vea,
thafa the man!" The card wan nol found Hurley
I ?? waa then ord. red oul ..f the plr. i He re?
fuaed to go, At thla poitu youitR Hammei
. nn-- up, iiimmom d an offlci r and h id I
Hurle) plneed the m itti i In the handa ol hla at
a, Hatch A W Icki
Th- latter * rote .. I< tt. r to < lacar Humnv i
demandlng through hlm ? ? og) for thi li
This u.is on Tu. ' ne i laht, or.
rather, l?eiw< en I and 2 o -''? >
lt, Hurle) - .'I he atopped w ith a fru-i
the Maiiha tan ' luh : ? ? lii ? ? ?? u !;l ?
iu 11,.- :i. t of l'i?li ''
t.i -. .I ln hi- ? :n "i ou'll ue mj fatli. ? ? II you.
vou '" He turned and re 0411IZ' ?' Arthur
llammersti . tter deall hlm a l low
x- ? who,
hla frlend aald, wa* Ml Moch, the : i.in iger ol
the in ?:'1" "' ""'
neck kno.-kiiiii ? ll< ' ?? '"??"' d
lllt) The followl | d
|iri..-iir...l a suttii io ?' .i M. ii-iii- rat.'ln
?i oi kvllle ' 'oui t lie alao i-ont. niplnti - takln* i Ivll
,i t. nnlean th. n. '?
. .
Hammersti In I ild a dlff.-i II
4 Hur?
ley enter. ii hla Iiot ill. pr<
...i hla i-ard. iim Mr* Hamm
dn blm in op -i:.u ? aine lhe
- rei nted, but Hurl.'
.... ratia foi a wall i. and. Iii all), waa i
; irderly perao \ to lhe mrei n the
Hamm. ran ind hls wlfe .ind
Hurle> ni.i
? ible. Il-ii .
- Md, peralsfed In -t .tin-- al W hi u he
Un ill' lefl the chophouae, II imm< i
? lU .1 and al. mande.l thal he ipoloji - rude
Hurley ralaed - I ' ' ? nd h?
illamrti i t< i truck hlm,
1 l.iitn. --'.?;: - -: >r> B'.1< ccrroboi I " : -
Mej er ?ho was a'ltl ai
?
yo i:i:\ i V Rh. \ T rm: iii \i.
?\r.-\
tjow ? nace of a Popa l-'ree Si
\ Imlnlrtratlon ai W ''''? vc
? ?
offlce
I .'?
Wi n T : 'rn - -
j |.- |.'alla, of X "? Broadway. and Jame* l.a:i:.
,,. so. t.i') whl i Mi Pall ? ?
- , M l_
n term i irfl at I i '??? ? Th. aii -
, :t,- -ircl ln the li aae
wi v-i. thai ln i-" WIM ina
B-vai r an
? oi 'inauRiirati A Pre ildi
:. aso tn i- al ni'- -in.' tnere
?-?.- and th*
meni oned -i ill - xpln
-party of the flra part" in thD le i
loea not mean to ti ... Ilrj in'a llfl ? -
; llara.
?
1 7/,' ll /././ ER OLDER TII l V //// CESTl RY.
ADAM t'XTERKIRi HER BORN ON BEPTEMBER 11.
1*00 CROSfKS THK Oi'K \N IFTER A TRIl"
TO HIS Hin 'IIPL.I I
Adam I'nterkln h. r la nn old m in to
H-reai .1., for he v aa born ';- pt. tn!.. r
ii ,,f ,1,, . ,| -.-'.'. on i ? ?? very thn ahold <>i thla
i:. thal it- 11 it ay, hi w< i I aeroaa the
octan earl) thla laal aummer to vlall Metxlnaen, In
Wilrtemburg, where he waa born VeaU-rday he
.,,, ived ln Un- clty on hl way home nboard the
... ,,n;. r vv. n I i aalled fn m Bremen Ihe day
afier hla nlm ty-a? v nth Hp was ao om
punled ii> hlsilatighl r, Mra. Prlederlke Braun. and
,i, fathei and dauali er took an afternoon traln for
Ion, lo? i, * here they llve.
?i ;... old tn ???ii '- an exi - llenl - illor, and d d nol
BUffer from - islckm -- al all on I He ls
,;,!; haa noa whlte halr, iMid nlthougli omewhal
-till vlgorotis. He ci n atjll r. nd wlthoul the
, ,i ,,,- (rlaaaea, and can t< 11 ll ?? tlme of day from hla
,1 ., rrlance. He h is rx en H farmi - all I'i- llfe.
an.l aaya he l- good for a acore of yeara yi t
Mr |-, r. t lxi: ln r 'ttr ???' d i-onsiderahle attentlon
from hla fi llow p ?
nnd ihe i-t of cabln pn - K' ' - w.ia heade.l wlth h s
et inted In bold type wlth the d ite and pl i< -
of hl i hlrth
ll IIII F.lll. \l> 1 101.1 \ 11 Y IX8AXE.
|.-: WAB TAKEN T.I IIKI._E\ I*E I.AST XtOIIT,
Tlt.lfOII XO IVFOHMATION \H"'T HIM
.?"IM. BE I.EARNKP THKRE.
Alberl <". Whltehead, the Irlah dynamlter, a
..?tuIv n.rived tn thla. ountry, ha* .i. ?? lop I marked
.,...,.- i ? ..ii.i js t.. he
., .,, ?.. < in T.ieKd ij he w< nl lo Far
i;,? k ,u .. ... ?? r and broil *r lle ii
on belng li ft alone then . bul hl* relal vea perau id. .1
i,irn to .-..i On reachlng Park Row he became
.. 1 i Ird iv. i" Harlem,
,, i>nted io i eturn to ln- *lat< . 'a home
in .1. rw \ I'itj
i in U". dni *daj the ? ??;/..??!
hlm. ,,,,,| he ifoii ti. Bcund Brook. There
. ,.. a ,. , !:? ? ? ii.i t'i-ist.-.i on ietn iln
. re, Tlie proprletor, on 1. ni nlng ? ;
took charge of hlm Veaterdaj hla famll) was
Inform. d thal he hnd bei omo rlol.
Whltehead ls now beyond doubi in Inmate
Inanne pa lllon al I'.- II. ll, notwltl
Ing th. ? ? il the authorltte* there laat nlght
denled all knowledge of lib when : i \
. . Relrne drove to R. lle.
. a .. a.li wlth tw men .n.I a woman. They
ai once ran up thi >tep* to Bup. rlntemlei i Murphy'*
i rh :"? ..ft'. ? A llttle lal B -?? r i tendei - Murphv
tendanl t.'"k a mn. ah*wering Whlte
i Iption to th. . i :?. ii
uttend int w .. u ith the m ui
and watch hlm all nlght In thi pa llloi Another
a!i.-n approuching the man auppoaed to
? \\ elli ... v l told ' ' ik. ..ff hn unlform i hji
? fear thal he mlghl - xclte the patlenl
Whlle Whltehead'a name I* not recordea cn the
.: ir dlevue, he i- underatood t.. be thei
prlvate patient, and a peraonal frlend of >;
i r : icii ictcr In chai ne pa
* . i nelther admli nor lenj lh.it Whltehead
i
.1 ....? v\ .- iii ..).- ?..-.. H ipei nten.l. nl
pby, with a vlew lo ba
a.'t'led ii* to whether or not Whltehead waa hii ln
ii, i:.-..i the ln* ni p.ivtllon, The reporter wa
thui ii wa* Impo ? ?? du| Mui
? he had rei .!. ,u,i h.i.l
Kiv.m | era thal he be not .li.s urbed uudei
..in ctri-uniKtuncwa Oeneral O'Helrne, when isk.-.l
hj .. r. |. irter lf hl* vlali to the hoapli il waa
lhe publlc, i. plled in i haitj "?
'No." I Up Ihe Hl ifl ?? i m'.-ti.l.nl
n .
li na- learned lhat lhe name ndant
havlng ' the man auppoaed to Iie Whlte?
head ll .lam. n Matthew s
i88AVLTED l\ BER BOME BT BURGLAR8.
later Penn., Bept. 8 Laal evenlng two
i burglarfl hroke Into the home of Mra Chrla
tian Mylln an aged wldow, llvlng In Pequea Town
r.,,- onl) o inta of the . r wen
a v ? ing | rls, and they a rlth vlo
iui render m ine) .-?
N f| ?. . A ? f. \l
e up ? i??? iii i ruially
aaaaulti d and loked Into li Whlli
e girl* man
orhood, but
led wh< ii i !.??? .u t Ived. T ie
i are belii d to ? resUtcnti -.r :n* aolgk*
horhi.'l Mra Myi:n a eondltlOO ls M-rlou*.
M'KINLEY'SZEALUNABATEIX
POUF LAROB and BNTHUMAOTIC PKTJB
OATioNfl visiTKD him rnmsBDAT.
thi'v CAJIE FROM tiii:i:i: BTATM am> r.KrR*.
BBNTED manv INDUaTRJEB Ml L'MM HI8
HEARERB 10 BTBIKE DOWN THB TW1M
HEREBIEB OP t'CKi: SILVER AXD
11:1:1: TRADE TO DAT BX
PECTED T . I'l;' ?VE A
i:i:.-. .RU BRE IKER.
Major McKlnley was kepl bnay npcaivlng vnifr
..is nearly .ill day yeaterday. He mada (out
-pri'ili.--. nttdreaaing delegatlon* from llanefcfc
Iml.: M.-i'iv !;., I'.'iir.. ind Wyandotta -md
s.i.;i .'.iii.ifa-s. Oblo. H:s .i-'_iiin"i)ts f..r Sound
Money and Protectlon ? '. - lt .i|?_i*"s?
from li s vis'ni's. To-day -.-ii'iit.-'ii delegatlnnn,
iiiimbi-rins more lhan W.O0O people, are expected
ln i 'anl ii
\ Bl sv n\\ KOR THE CAXDIDATE.
ti, Ohio. Sepi -"? Majoi McKlnlej begaa Ml
thli morntagt
waa '??'
? ' - i.king
ind l ? ? il ;- a gr.-at
conaftm*. of tlme To-morrow u enl.letegatloaa
Rate nvra
than .' i '?'? rallwaj ? mpaay
,- irra ..-!?'?? "' >**h
rnlng here,
? tka hia
....-? \ morrow, i x.-^pt
on*, ?
\ lelegatlon from Marlon, Ind., arrlved In Cantoa
i for
-. ' t hia
thr aiirh tha
? ... , :' ,1 novelty,
. i en iri . '.uit.ti The M imbered aaa.
Many of them w< i - of Cantoa, hav
iverj of natural
\i . ? ?>
. tlona:
Twenty- vV ' hava
? ? Im. *."
"We are &l
? An !r"
Tli VISITORS KROM MARIOX, fXD.
? -ai.i. , Dr. W R M irloa, aaa
Ma McK it 1 !?? a irkingm. n of Pid
i.ui.i were . ?'' hlBB and
Btate ? i plurallty. ln re
M.< ; ii M Klnli |
. . iv ' 'li , ia ol ? :.? Cltj " aad
Urani .' untj : 1 congratulate you "ti belng lirst
?-I i No ..ih' :? delegatlon haa
? ? Jed j ou. ' Itenev i .1 laughter,. I gtva
j .ii, ? _eh and everj one ??:' ?? 11 tn aml
cordlal welcome to my home. I welcome th*.
Kepul 11 . md the cltlaena of the H -r
State. the State of that grand "i'l War t.overnor,
i .a; pl iu -??'. and thal apl. nd i
I'n .?!??? ? and patiiot, Ren; i min Han laon.
uireai ? heerln l ?
V.iu are here thla mornli not to honor ma
i'i-. nally, but tc honor the cauae whlch >"U
love and which yoi< mean to aupport, and you
mean io aupport thal cauae becauae you belleva
it wlll Instir j'our own :"--: "??'' bert
ivelfa untrj' at large. (Applauae and
rrlea of "That'a rlght!") Vou that
cauae Iie auae j u have trletl It, and havlng
t;i...| ii you know v.,ii have been m. proaper
..iis ln your oei upatlona under 11.? - pol ? -. \\ li?? -r_
ir repi ??-. nt-? than you hav. ? ? -i unde /
other pollcj iLoud crli a f "That'a i Ightr*)
And if anythlni; waa needed l.nflrm you In
j our ilev. t; ii to thal pollcj. ii . oul l be f und
in v.a the lasi four yeara. Under
under no othei t rinclple, have
\.u enjoyed thal degr.f Indivldual oi Na?
tlonal pr.iaperltv, whlch for more than thlrty
.1 under R. p ibll .n pollcy and
.Ib an adminiatratl. n* i ipplaua. i, and .
are here thla nioi -. ? our d"
iotlon l. Republlcan prlnciplea and your d.-ep
and abldlnf tei eal that thej n a; be au. <
fui through-iul the country n-\t Novembar.
of "That'a rlght!")
y..ii an li Ind tna |i ira ln
:..f.st,,| in Ohlo, li .tli In agrlculture and mann
facturlng. Yot: know aomethin. In tha great
^r.is iieli f ,vhal manufacturlng meana to my
irommunlty, Vou know that where there s auc
ceasful manufacturlng there i- a proap. roua clty,
and you know thal where there la i proaperoua
clty there la alwaya proaperoua agrfcultura.
(Crlea of "You're rlght!") The farma aboul a
llttle manufacturlng i Ity advance In value, and
the markel for the fi.-r I* enhanced ev< ry titno
you put up a :? In anj communlty or ln
any clty. (Applauae and crlei ol .; 1'"
0
"*>"? .vi have iu your clty of Mari >n, aa r recall, an
induatrj \>. hi.-ii maiiufacturea glnaa thal uaed ta
I..- in thi <it>' of Can ton. Am I rlghl aboul thar?
(Crlea .f "Yea!") 1. Ib .. k.1 InduBtr . Well,
now, that fairly llluatratea my Idea. 'fnat uaed
ta l aald, a Canton Induatry. We u-ould
very much hav.. prefern i to have had it remain
here, bul ll waa tak.'ii away. Hnwever It dld
n.if go "in of our own country. (Applauae i It
?nr Into a nelghborlng State. and therefore h^n
\.ia. an famlly; American workmen
Pt ill do the work We ahare in your good f .rtuno
and proaperltj', but we w mld have f lt dlfferentlj*
If it had gone on the other alde and wenl nut .if
the I'nlted Btatea. (Crlea of "Yea, we would!")
We wani i" do our manufacturlng al lwrna
fgreat ch prlng and crlea of "That'B rlght, Ma
Jor!"), and If we cannol do ll In Ohlo, we ar.i
wllllng '" have you .!?? ii in Indlana (Renewed
rheerlng . Aml If we cannot do ... I do
not know of any cltj In Indaian ln whlch I woulii
rather have II done 'han in th" clty of Marlon.
(. Ireal applauae.)
I am alad to meel you here thla morning .v**
want ln thla country good timi-s. ateady employ?
ment, a ^.l home market, and then we want tm
contlnue the good, round, round, honeat do ri
(greal ehet rlng and loud crlea of "That'a whal wa
want!"), w;:h -.* lii<-'i ... do mir bualneaa and pay
li ahor, (Renewed cheering.) My fellow-cltl
gens, I thank you 'or thla morning call, and lii<t
? ou .i hearty w<' im. i Applauae and oi
' Hurrah for McKlnley!")
MEADVILLE REPUBLICAN'H ARRIVE.
At 11 ? ? Ifead iwfosB]
Pi nn . a--' ? I Major McKlnley nn i - i
illj and ? en d m h< n he appearetf
Dr T i. I'li.i.i *.is tha ipokemaaBb
i rh.it Pennaylvanla would gl. between
I | " mo plurallty ' .r M 'Klnley and M . :.
Dr, Plood ? i uinT
to Ci i* ford ii ty for roliing up the largaal
eaat by anv county ln tlie Stat?
rn. al iii" head .1 ' ie delegatlon to-dajr and
would bea former reoaai
ln Norember In i I Countj delegatlon
ty and l fl of the itudenti .if Al
r 31 K nl. i a i .? itedenl at
itudents waa
I'a remarka M.tjor
McKlnlej aal i.
l>r. plood and Mv Fellow -Cltlaena >.f Crntr*
ford Countj and of the <'ny ot Meadville, Penn.|
Ii ^'i\"r me genulne pleaaure t" greH and wal?
i ..me you here al my home. 1 reim m ? i .i ytar
rn.'.. t.i have vialted your clty and county, and
l thall never forget th.* warm welcome whlch
i recelved from the facultj and il id i ..- "f Al
leghenj College and fiom tl.Id aoldiera ..f
N'orthweatern Pennaylvanla, and I am delighted
tn have a port lon of you return my call ..\;.
plauae.) I recK.ll \\i!h aenaatlona ol plea
and aatlafactlon tha brlef tlme I apent In .>1>I
Alleghenj I'oll g< n la among rh.- .i .? :
iii--m.il i-s ol mj in'". Tha. old Inatltutlon "tiiy
a yeai aK" conferred upon me a > ? ? \ .listin
gulahed honor. 1 trust I maj never dlaappolnt
its . ..iiii.i. ti.?.- (Applauae nnd iiiis nf "Yota
never will!") i re-all, too, thal from th.- waiia
..f ..hl AUegheny is.nt oul youi ... do
battle foi theli country, nnd none dld better
aervlce for, the L'nlon and the flag than tha
>"ut!K men who wenl frim tha' . n an.l
from lhe other greal Inatttutlona nf the country
and from ihe ai n....K ..:' the land
Your countj laa Republlcan county i.'ii.-snf
"You h.'t ii la!") i'i Plood haa alreadj stat.-d
that you have recalved a banner for havtna
glvan the largeat Republlcan majorlty. 1 tru*t
ihat majorltj uiii noi i? .... t.;,-..) |n is;m|.
(Applauae and n.s ol "Nol any!") No mat?
ter whal b ?a ln :if.-. u*
ar.- all Intereated Iai |.I worka We ara all
Intereated In g. od lawa and we are all Intereal l
In havlng general proaperltj*. i.v.-s ,,?? "That'a
rlght!") L'nfortunatelj we have noi enjoyed
general proaperltj ln the laal four yeapa Tlmea
have been hard, hualneaa ha* l.n depre* .j
worklngmen have been Idle, farmera wera unav
bie to racatva just rcward fur their huabnadn

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