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V^LVI ...N? 18,214. NEW-YORK, SINDAY, SEPTEMBER 07, I8!M>.-( OPY RIGHT; I8JK5: RY THE TRIBUNE AS0OCI ATION.-THREE PARTrS; THIRTY-FOl/R PAGKR PRICE FIVE CENT8
GEORGE FRED IN DEMAND
KOMINATED FOR OOVERNOR BY THREE
^ILLIAMS'S TRIENPS HKl.D THB rORT IN MC81C
HALU THE "MAOUNtt'' BUOBD FANEUIL
HAI.I* AND THERE WAS A GREAT
PICKWICKIAN ROXV IN
?lr?ton, Sept. 26.?One of the moat remarkable
rnltti'*al lncidents ln the hlstory of Masaachu
mfltf xxae enacted ln Mualc Hall last nlght and
tnM pi. rnlnu. Actlng under the dlrect advlca
0t QettrS* Kred Wllliams. the Free Silver leader
of th<* State, hla frlends selzed the hall and took
?ggggaatOfl of lt after the adjournment of th,?
rslly ?t which Mr. Bryan ha.l spoken. Their
nu.pcse. as openly announced. xxau to remaln
OBORCH- FRED WILMAMB.
fn pn*session of the hall until the r*emocrriti3
Btat.* Convention assembled this forenoon, that
iHtermlnatkaa belng the result of the charge
n*0'> by Mr. Wllllama that the State Commlt
,?f Itadarg intended to pack the hall in the in
terect of the inen opposed to the C_lc__- plat
foim and candldatea.
The Pemocralic State Central Commlttee was
ln session at the Quln< y House. making up the
committees for the convention to-day. xvhen the
vYilliamf. men seized the hall. and When nexvs of
the affair reached th'- commlttee it cauaed a
gensation. The charges made l.y Mr. Wllllama.
refleiting upon the Integrity ctf the committee,
wei*- vigorouslv d.-nounced, nnd his assertion
that he had demanded of th- commlttee thKt
crt'l, r tials serve as admission tickets to the hall
_rd tnat this demand had been n-fused xvas
branded by meml>ers of the commlttee as fals>-.
.v tha conduatoa of the anoetlns ln Muilc
Hall last nieht Seoretary I).-niiis<-n, ef the
Bryan-S-waJI-Wllllamg ;*luh. atepped to the
fr.-Vt ? f (he platform aml requwted ihat tha
dtlfgates preaent who were to partl -ipate ln to
mventlon should remaln In the hall aml
fonr.ulate a plan of procedure in the convention.
He ?a:d the fri.-n,ls of Mr. Wllliams xvere
d.iermined that the "machine" sl ould not
captnr" the ccaventlon in the mornlng.
THRKATi OP PORC1BLK RE8I8TANCE.
James H. Mellen. of WVceeter, urged the dele
gates preaenl to remain in th** hall. and defled
Mayor Qulncy and the agent of tha bolldras to
ejget the delegatea and th-ir frlends. He WOUld
n< hall pehceably, hut. If requlred, would
u?e force. He rarferred to .1 meettaB et a simiiar
*ar-eter In Woaeeater aboul tuenty yeara ago
nter. sts of General B T. Hutler.
Other aia-ai-ei. followed wlth e_pre__lon? ofU?
herence to the Wllliams eause. and some MW pei
n ns remaineX ln the hall. Ahout rlfty pollcemen
who bad been on duty nt the rally xvere llned
HKai:-n: th* weet wall of the audit. rium. Timotby
E Coakley a Btrong Antt-Mnohlne man. declared
t i the delegatea that the offlcera of the law had
i. , j, iwei t,, evl. l them from the ha'.i.
Meaawhile Alderman John B. Lee and John
JI Bullivan, of the Stat, Commlttee. had gone to
Pollce Headquartera in an effort to have ordera
laaued for ihe vacatlng of the hall. Mr. Dennl
eon. of the Hryan-Sex-.all-Wllllams Club, also
talled at headrjunrters. aml an anlmated discus
B.,,n ov.-r the aelaure of the convention hall took
place Some vigo.ous lanmuuge xvas uaed, and it
.1 by the pollce offldala that they
had m, authorlty to Interferc wlth the peraona
who were In th<* hall
The pollcemen. therefore. under orderg from
CaoUtn i.askiti. left the hall and th.- delcgates
and iheir gueata eheered w.idiy. Egevera! speeches
were aaade in denunclaUon <>f xvhat waa termed
en effort of tha State Commlttee to freeze out the
Wllllama man. ___*_,,
At 1_:.>?> a. m Mr. Mud;t>-tt. agent of the hall.
took lhe platform and announced thal the lease
.' the hall t<> th.- Bry_n-8ew?ll-Wllll*ui8 Club,
gnder whoae aunplc. s the Brjan rally had been
held expired at 12 o'clock, an.l he asked that tlu
hall be vacat.-.l. Hli remarks w. re greeted wlth
rella of proteat and the delegates did not leave
STARVIXd OUT THE QARRIION.
lt xvas announ.-d ahortly afterward hy Mr
C _U.e9 that a supply of sandwiches had been
1 and would soon he at hand. and more
B] hmaklng followed Mudgett. the g|
nieai.xxhile had deelded <n a plan of energ-tie
aetlon. He secured the aervicea of two offlcera,
snd theae, xvlth on'- of his asslstants. xvere sta
tlon.-d at the door of the hall. They xvere |n
Btructed to permlt any perjon inside who wanted
10 to leave the hall. hut nobodv xvas to he
alloxved to ,-nter. Many of th<- d>-legates had
coi ic out Into the str.-.-i for a l.r.-ath of ff-sh air,
but xvhen they tried to re-ent.-r the hall adrnit
Unce waa Mamily refuaed Ul them. Protegta
tx-ere of no aval).
Th's was th" fate of the man xvlth the sand
Wkhea and coffee. Mr. Mudgett would not alloxv
hlm to go lnto the hall. The protests of ihe
hangry men. gathered in a b >dy about the locked
6 - dld not moye the agent, and the sandxvich
tb . ii 1 .**<l o'clock the galle.y llchts and many
oth.;- ,i the hall xvere turned off by the agent.
havlng the l.ig audltorlum In a state of almost
aaHre darkneai. The people wlthln were in an
BBOomfortable inood, many of them nol havlng
aaten anvthiiia llnce th.- prevloua aft.-nioon. Mr.
Caakley Mr Mell-n and othera trled to enllxen
th. , aslon with gpeechea, bUl there was a gen?
eral daatre ta reat, and many of th*- delegatea
aought to get a nap on the hard s-ttees
About li o'clock a commlttee was delegated
to mar.e a flnal deeperate atternpt to get some
food to th** famlahed d-iegates bjr any meang
The commlttee returned n a snori
tlme with a lar?e supply of eaUble* I n?->
agaln i,es .ught the oftlcers at the door to permlt
them to carry the food Into the hall. hut all
Usri. ??;?.,.-ati.-s xv.-re ln valn. .. ._
Manv dilegates xven* leavlng the hall. i>**ing
to stand the atraln longer. At last ahout
4 i. : <k thoBe Who had phanned and xvorke 1
to *-!:.uggle In h une f.?,d were gUOCeggful. BU
ba-sk.-ts of Bandwh-hes were hand'-d In throunrh
k ? Indow ln the ti<k--t offlce on the Hamllton
Place entrance. Just how the supply got
Vhrough the enemy's lin?* Ih a mystery. hut tbe
hur a-ry men ln the hall did not atop to eonalder
thb point, and pounced upon the eaiahles wlth
?a vengeance. A Bplrlt "f r.-m-w.-d animati-m
8*Iz-l the people ln the hall after thej had bad
aorn, ihlng to eat, and they danoed, aang, play 1
Bgrds and mad,- merrj generally. At 7 o'olock
?1s mornlng, there xx .-re still ahout 1(X) d> le
SJtlCr in the hall
a M-MAGI rROM c.koH'JK frki,
A bl? crowd of d.-legates friendlx to Mr. Wlll
?aaas irathered ouit-id- of Muslc Hall. In Wlnt-r
P^iae and Hamllton I'lace. hoplng to get In.
?"?f- Wllliams xvas Among them. Hc sent the
b>**?+.\nir message t" the delegatea Inside:
**a_tl*me-,: 1 ;,m extremHy prateful to the loy.il
BJ ?l,o ar* irv,k::.K thic Kr-at *:-rr\t\r,-. an.l I
1 d tbe other d-../,-.t.--t wlll !>e wlth you .ia aoon as
'? ? bkll ia op*n Hrvan Ih dellghted wlth your
?I rlt He aay* that le polltleg. Have your com
Bl:'t?*a r*-a:v ai.il the vote pr**par< d, ntid tl*r),t
*?. r*;ta?ir -jlj our miljor|t> is In the hall. Then
W.-rluV, rythluK they have done It ls report
** '? *?' ? .. Stiit'e Commlttee wlil not call
i * Jr* **ii'i"n to order iinill the hall ls cleared,
?04 1 -m ?< the delegates ont-l'l'- tl"' hall to
1*1. th -lck< ta and go wlth them lo the
ns| }? . :,rf. nUm ou, we ?,,,.? Pan our conven
UofXto ,; Lrocee^. Thoae who cannot ?et li,
__^__^ - .tBide and get ln afterward. Ab we
<7o_U-u*_ ?n llfio fojfc
A CLOUDBURST IN TEXAS.
THE CITT OF SAN MARCOS TARTIALLY
AT LKAST riVE PEOPLE DROWNED- HOU8F.S,
BRIDOES AND RAILROAD TRACKS
San Antonlo, Tex., Sept. 20.?A tremendoua
cloudburat atruck the elty of San Maicoa, about
alxty mllea north of here, at 10 o'clock thls
mornlng, and washed away a large portlon of
the town. The Mlssouri, Kanaaa and Texaa and
Internatlonal and Uieat Northern Hitllway
tracka were washed away for \hree-quarters of
a mlle and the Joint statlon badly wr. cked. The
darnage to these two roada wlll reach |20,000.
The cloudburat atruck the lower portion of the
clty and swept everythlng before lt. All the
brldges over the San Mareoa River, which runs
through the town. were washed away, and a
large number of houses are ln ruins.
Several people are mlssing, and it Is thought
that at least flve have been drowned, but such
was the force of the deluge that none of the
bodles have been recovero.l, and no definite ln
forniatlon ls ohtainaTHe.
All the telegraph and telephone wlres are
down, and no tralns have been running slnce !l
o'clock this mornlng. The only lnformatlon
whlch has reached the outslde world ls the
above. whrh was BOnt by messenger to Ky].-,
Tex., and thence by telephone to thls clty.
LORD BALI8BURY AT HALMORAL.
TO HOLD A OONFEHENCE WITH THE QI'EEN ANI>
THE CZAR?AOJl'SEMKNTS AT THE CASTLE.
Ballater. Scotland, Sept. 26.?I.ord Sallsbury ar
rived here to-day for the purpOM of consultlng
wlth the yueen and Ihe ('2ar.
The Czar and the Prlnce of Wales nnd his gucsts
went on a hunttng trip to-day, and thla afternoon,
the weather having brlghtened, the Queen nnd. the
Czarlnii went out for a drlve.
Ixindon. Sept. 26.?The Czar's tlm.1 at Ralmoral is
malnly devoted to docrstalktng, grousc-shootlng l)i
arranged batterles. and to bllliard playlng. When
he 1k not Interested In these or other anmsemcnts
he is aupposed to he conc.-rr.od wlth polltics. His
presence at Balmoral has chnnged the uaual cur
r.-nt of court llfe th.-re. Hltherto court etlquette
has been relaxe.l al Balmoral; wllh the .'zar's
cornlng It has been rigidly enforccd. Thls lmpllcs
the attendance of an Inimense number of ofilclala
and tinderlltigs. Th.- Maater of ihe Horae, the l.or.l
I'iiamberlaln nndall. ther COUH ornHnls have crowd
i.i into Balmoral, overtaxlng its a.-rommo.iations; so
Abergaldle Coatle haa been prepared f.,r th.- over
flow of guests and a t.-mporary frame house has
been erected betweetkthe courtyorda and thestablesr
of Baltroral Coatle, whera ih.- aarvanta and follow
ers are lodge.1. The Queen OBUeed a prlvate chapel,
recently titt.-.i up for hef peroonal uae, to be con
verted mto a chapel for Rueaian orthodox worship,
wi;h all aoceaaorlea of reatoaenta, cruclflxes, com
munlon plate an.l aacred Ikons.
Deaplte the ralny w.-ath.-r wblcb has prevailed a?
Balmoral slnce the arrtval of the Czar and ."zarlna.
ihr Queen an.l the Rueaian Bmpreaa hav.- drlven
out together Beveral tim.-s and Indulged In long
confldentlal conversatlons. The Qneen s.-.-ks to ln
tereal (he Coortno aa a woman m tbe distness of
MACEO TW1CE DEFEATED.
SPANISH nKPORTS OF ENOAOEMENTS IN TINAR
DEL BIO rnoviN.r.
Havana. Sept. 26.?Colonel San Martln reports
having har! an engag. ment wlth the forces rom
I manded by Maceo n.-ar Sagua. In the provlnce of
Plnar del Rio Tbe rebela were dlalodged fr,,m
' th.lr poaltlona and force,1 to leave s.-venteen of
1 th.lr dead when they fled. I'olone] San Martln pur
! aued and overtook lh<- ficelng enemy at Pellpe
I Hills. where the rel.els wer.- ac.-tln defeated after
' a hot battle The Spanish rolumn had four ofticers
and flfty prlvatea wounded.
SAMTKI, S. TOLON REWiASER.
Waahlngton, D. C, Bept. 26?The Department of
State late thls afternoon recelved a telegram from
? Consu'.-General Dee at Havana., aaying that Samu.-I
I S. Tolon, the naturallzed Amerlcan merchant of
I .'ardenas, whs was arr.-sted on the Ward Lln
ateamer Seneca at Havana. has be.n r.leased.
THE DUTCB LAW KOR THE "DYNAMITBBB."
London, Sept. 26?A dlapatch from The Hague to
the Exchange Telegraph Company aaya that the
Netherlands Oovernment has formuiate.i obargea
agalnal tho ollaged "djrnamltera" Kearney and
Halnea who are under arr.-st nt Rotterdam, ac
cuatng th, m of manufacturlng exploalvea withln the
BUMOB OF AN ABMENIAN MA8BA0BB.
HOW THE report is LOOKKD UPON RY AR
A r.-port came from London yesterdny that tho
Turks had slaughter.-d the Inhabltants of Caesarei
and abemerek, and it created a profound senratior.
In the Armenlan colony of New-York. There are
many Armeniana in thls clty, who have relatlves
ln abemerek, and they are partlcularly Intereated
and anxloua to recelvo funiher partlcnlaro.
Dr A Ayvaaton, No 421 West Klfty-seventh-st..
said to a trlbune reporter: "Tha report from our
home is doublv distr.-ssing. becauae we believed
that Ohemerek would .-scap<- the wrath <>f !he
Turks \\'e had good reaaon to belleve thls. be
last jrear, wh.-n an effort was made by the
Turki to moleel (he a?, nl.m Cbrlatiana there,
- .,,..? falr-mlnded Tuiks irit.-rfere.i and prevented
bloodahed. Bul laal Apiil all promlnent Armaalana,
my brother, Rupln Ayvazian, among th.-m, were
put In prison on macufactured chargct- at the ln
stlratlon of Sbaklr Pacha, who. despite hla daa
potlc actlons, bears the title of Commlsslon.-r of
keforma We have come to look for a mooaacre
everv time some g.-eat man sp.-aks agalnet tha
Turk Every time that Gladstone has raiied his
volcefor us the Turk has answered by kllling some
of our countrymen."
THE BANCROFT REACBEB THE AE0BB8.
Waahlngton. Sept. 26.-A cablo dlspat-'h recelv.,1
ai the Navy Department this mornlng announced
the arrival at Kayal. ln the Azores, of the llttle
crulOOT Bancroft yester.l iy, she having been Just
ten days at sea from New-York. The officialH of
tha Department wera bifh!* gratlflad with tbe ex
oellenl passage qiada by the mlnlature crulser, th,
ahorteot dtotanoa botwooa the two potnta balagrlflN
nautlcal mlles, whlch glves the Bancroft an av
eroga apeed for the voyage of fully nlr,e knots an
hour. lt ls believed that she BBlaoed the severe
storms of tbe early part of the w.-k. which so serl
ousiy deloyed tranaatlantlc Bteamera on tha more
northerlv routes. Aft-r coallng at HortO, tbe port
of Kayal, the Bancroft wlll probably reaume h.-r
courae t<> Olbraltar, only about l.noo mlles dlstant,
. ' _ ?_ . u? ..I.,.... ,!Im,?,?,... )., r ?,..?,?,, ,;.,, u:, f, Iv
BOURKE COCKRAX IX BALTIMORE.
Haltimore, Papt. -r< W. Bourka (^o.-kran, the brlll
lonl New-York ex-Congressman, to-nlght pres.-m. ,1
ihe'sound money case to Maryland Democrats at
IIUBlC Hall. His remarks were llitened to by an
lmmenae crowd. wbooe anthuaioatle cbaarlng f.-.r aar
paaaed that wblcb bad been called forth by the
Pa mer-Buckaer meetlng in tba Boaaa plaoa la-'t nlght
Mr C,),'kr'an was at !,H beal and hjs marked elo
que'nee beld the audlence apellbound for an hour und
a half. _
A l.tt\H WA Y 'R<tl \/> FOB I'AIILK BBBBAOBB
An Incldenl of the g. n.-r.il .l.-moraltzallon of th,
telegraph Bnaa by Frtdap'* w*it ln Burapo was
the eochanga ?f maaaagia by oammardal eablaa
i?.,w,,.,, parla aaid Loodoa ?>>? w.,>- of Kew-York.'
Th?- routo foiiowe.i araa tha andarcreand llne rrom
l-?ris to Havre, oceoo eablaa fr^m Havra ta Kaw
v'ork and ocaan eablaa from N-w-Vork to IVeaton
Huuer \iw. ll la .i.'.w.irlhy that. wltb th. l
"... of the'shor. llne between Weaton-Super-alaM
and london. the meaaagei completed thelr loi.g
tranaiti by ?rl?ea entlrely romoved rrom the dla
turbanoe of th<- elementa
ElKloX ARRAXGBD IX LOCI8IAMA.
Ne.w-Orlca.ns. 8e|,t. M.- An agr.ement has heen
re'i.,'he.i whereby tba electoral ttokal of Iba stato
|a dlvlded. and the I'opulisls ar<- to have four votea.
wlll go to Bryan and W.itson. The DoOW
crats wlthdr.w one elector-at-large and auhatltiited
on.- named by the I'opulisls. The Democrata also
wlthdr.w the ele.-tors they h.'.d named ln tbe IVth,
V "h nnd viu, .'o..gre,s _WtaiondIthe ^potiBt. ,
named thelr aucoeoaoi lSach party aoicmniyj
Dledged Itaelf to aecuro a falr electlon,
WALLS GO DOWN IX A IIEAP.
NINK WORKMEN BDRIED UNDER A MASS
OF BRICK AND TIMBER.
ONE KT-aUtO AM> BIORT INJIRED IN A BtTLPINO
BEIXO CONSTIU,Jtmu AT NO. 1.078 MADISON
AVE? HEKEtTIVE MORTAR THE l'ROB
ABLE CAI'SE DE TME AULIDBMT.
The (rreater part of an apartment-houae ln
course of constructlon at No. 1,078 Madlson-ave.,
between Elghty-flrst and Elghty-second stB., col
Ini-sed wlthout the sllghtest warnlng at 1:10
o'clock yeaterday afternoon. About twenty men
were worklng ln varioua parts of the bulldlng,
nnd thirteen of them were carried down with the
falling walls and tlmbers. One of the men was
kllled, and eight others were so aeverely Injured
that lt was necessary to send them to the hoa?
pltal for treatment. Two others were alightly
Injured. Only two eecapod unhurt.
Robert Crane, a brlckjayer, thlrty-elght yeara
old, slngle. of No. 882 West Klfty-ninth-st.. was
killcd. His head was ompletely crushed under
the fallen walls, and his back waa broken by the
The injured men are:
shannon. Lawreaee. a bricklever, twenty-fh-e yeara
old, of Ma, -'UI Weal K-rty- ;hlrd-ai.. badl) bl ll ? I
aboul the body. He Ir BUPPOOai tn be one ..f tbe finn
of l.ulM.-rs that bad the eoMraet to c.nitriiit ihe
UOSS. Joaeph. a labircr. thirty alx yean old, of No. 2,1.4
Baeaad ave., acalp wound.
CA88IDT, Betnard, a brlrklnyer, thirty yean old, of No.
l.3o7 Tenti, ?\ ?-., e...-,;i? ?,,un<i.
BHANNON, Jamea F., a brli-klayer. ftfty-alx yeara oM.
of N.v 1,334 Park av.-.. , oMOaM na af badl and Btalp
BHANNON, Jamea F.. Jr., twenty-four yeara r,M, nf Mo.
1,884 I'irk ave., thlgh broken.
PRANKUX, Wllllam I'.. laborer, thlrti one yeara old. <f
N',. .',17 Weal Port) < l^hth Rt.. right hlp broken and
iiani/'N. Patrick. brlekloyer, thtrtj r.ine ye?r? ?id, ol
N... 12* VV.-M One-hUBdrad and tweniy-elgluh al., i-on
tu?.lnn nf rtghl I' K.
QREEN, J.hn. lafaarer, Ihlrty- three ye.ira nld, nf No. .111
WVat One hundred nnd f.-rty brat .1., e.nlp w,,und.
Bcsides these, Kdward Oaffney, a laborer. of
No. ."VI" Columbus-ave., recelved sev.-re bruls<-s,
and James Heaney, a brlcklayer, twenty-elght
y.-ars old, of Columbus-ave. and One-hundred
r-.rd-sixth-st., had his right hand and wrist cut.
but tbey were not so badly Injured as to re<iuire
NO WAHNINO TO THK WOwXKUtSM.
The bulldlng whlch collapsed was 28x88 feet.
The walls <-f the flrst two storle.a had been
er.cted, three tlers of beams had been laid and
the workmen were engaged ln bulldlng the walls
for the thlrd story. Th.- call of the brlcklayers
for brlcks and the answerlng calls of the labor
,rs Bbowed that all were busily engaged when,
wlthout the slightest war)iing. the entlre rear of
th<- structure collapoed. Th.- brlcklayera had no
time, ev.-n to droj. thelr trowels, and laborers
?tlll had th.-ir hods on thelr backs when the
walls, tlmbers, scaffolds and men feli In a con
fused mass to the cellar. The crics of the men
reoeunded through the nelghborhood, an.l a
u'r.-at cloud of dust arose from the ruins.
To those ln the nelghborhood 'he shock felt
like a miniaiure earthquake, and great exolte
ment prevailed. Ilundreds ran to the scene ln
dlsniay, and soon the rumor went about that
a BCore or more of men w.-re burtod in the
wreck nnd that many had been kllled. Pollce?
man Mlckey. of th.- Baat Elghty-elghth-st. ata?
tlon, who was on duty at Seventy-nlnth-st. aml
Madi.son-ave.. heard the crasji. saw the clouds
of dust nrlslng from the collapsed bulldlng. an.l
Imstened to the spot. H<- at once aent out a flre
alarru, and englnea Nos. 83 and 44, hook and
ludder and Insuiunee Patrol No. 4 were aoon
at the scene of the dlsaster.
.'RIE8 OF THE BrBIED MEN.
By the tlme Chlef Duane reached the place the
dust had partlally cleared away, and the extent
of the disaster could be plalnly aeen. The bulld?
lng, from the rear wall to wlthin thirty feet of
the front walls, was down, wlth the exceptlon of
a part of the aouth wall. and that was toppllng
and appeared to be about to fall. The crles of
the buried men were heartrending. Pollceman
Hirkey and Kireman Kanehan were the tirst to
enter the rulns, and they found James Shannon
lylng under a beam. They al once removed him
to the street. They WON followed by other police
men and flremen, and the work of rescue began.
Chlef Duane had sent out a double ambulance
call, and two atnbulano-s arrlved from the Pres
byterlon an.l Plow%r hcopltala One after an
Otber the burl.-d men were reached and carried
out. untll elght men ln all had been rescued an.l
turned over to the eare of the ambulance sur
These men were conveyed to the Presbyterlan
Hoapltal and the work went ..n wlth greater
energy as ,,n,- poor fellow was dlattnctly seen far
und. r th,- plle .,,' brick and rubblah. Ii was not
long b.-fore the man was reacbed and taken out.
Il proved lo l,e ('ran.-. His he;id was horribly
? Tushed. He had evldently been kllled outright.
The body was plocod upon a str.-t.-her and re?
moved to the Khsi Sixiy-.-lgbth-st. statlon In the
patrol wagon. Then the pollce began to look up
the survlvors nnd they soon dlsc.vered that all
the men who had been at work on tbe bulldlng
w.-re occounted for. Under the- dlrectlon of
Chief Duane the (Iremen then procced*d to pull
down the dangerous part >>f the south wall.
CROWDS GATHBR IN THK STRKKTH.
Whlle th?- work of rescue was in progress an
enormous crowd gathered In all the streets in
the nelghborhood, and the resr-rv.-s from the
Eaal Sixty-seventh-st., Kast Klghty-elghth-st
nnd East <>ne-hundred-and-fourth-st. Btatlona
w.-re called out. They soon cleared th<- avt-iiU"
ard th.- odjolnlng streets n.-ar the cllaps.-d
bulldlng, nnd .stabllshed a llne through wblch
ii,, ,,!,,- was allowed to pass.
When ibe ex< Item.-nt had somewh.it BUbolded
nn exomlnntlou of the arrecb was mode ln <>rd.-r
to nnd th.- couoe of the oatootropbe. Thoae who
appeared t<> uirderotand th<- matter s.-iid thnt tha
mortar us.-d in th.- bulldlng had not had suln
clenl conBhrtency, nnd their oplnlon oeema to be
borne out by the fact thai th.- brlcka of the
fallen walls were as cleafl oa if Just laid. Th.
mortar bnd erumbled to dust.
TRTING TO DETERMINB THK BI.AMK
Oreal dimculty was experlenced in gaining any
know-le.lge of the owner of the bulldlng or of the
bulldera Al last !t was aacertolned thnt the
bulldlng was owned i.y L B. Rogero, whoae bome
could not bt- learn.-d, nnd that the bulldera were
Shann.n & Roche. Pollce Captaln Oean, of th.
i-:asi Bigbty- igbih-st. atatlon. began un Invoott
ratlon for th.- purpoae ?,f detennlnlng the re.
apoiisibiiitv for the cataatrophe.
He found that Roche, one <-f th<- firm of bulld?
era ha<i dlaappeared dlrectly after th<- accldenl
oeeurred, an.l that ?.ne of th,- Bhannona ln thi
hoapltal was the other member of the flrm. Cap?
taln Dean alao learned that Patrick Haplon, who
wns iti the hoapltal, was temporarlly in charga of
th.- w..rk when the accldenl oeeurred. Th.- cap?
taln ordered Hanlon to be placed under arreat.
gnd put a pollceman <>n cuard over him ln the
hoapltal. Tbe captaln then aont detectlvea to
look for Roche, bul they had not found hlm up t..
a late h?.ur li.st nlgnt
The Bulldlng Iiepartm-nt will make u rlgld ln
VMtlgatlon of tha matter In order to place the
responslhillty where it belonga it was Bald al
the I resl.yterlan Hoapltal last nlght that none
of the injur.d men were ln n dangerous c.n
BX-CABBIRB BUBB ACQUITTBD.
Baffolo, N v . iept V The jury in the ,^?e of
John J Buah, >>f Blaatra, Indlcted for irregnlaritieR in
eonnectlon aith Ibe defund Rlmlra Nitlonnl Bank.
broughl ln a verdfel thl-? mornlng of ool gullty.
A B0BT0A0E FOB WIJMAWt,
BMoabeth, I*. J . Sept. 26 (Special).-The <4'ind.?r,l
Hope and Twtna Company .>??* given a mong.ge f?>r
17,500,001 t.. the afanhottoa Truoi raaapoay aad tha
Central Trust Company, Of N>.v-Vork lt t* .- place,i
on record te-daj wlth the --lerk bt l'nlon Ceunty. li
ii the largeal mortgage avar roeorded la thla .-ounty.
a;, i covcra all tba load ?>; lha formai BUaabethperl
indard f'ompany. lt Is
aald will rebui:d on an eatomlva r,-nle the eor.uge
plant u KllzaLetlipori wlikl. waa deatroyed by tlre
THACHER DECLINB8T0 RUN.
HILVEItlTES FORCE HIM OFF THE POPO
SKNATOR HIM. SAID TO PF. IN ACCORD WITH THE
A'TImS* TAKKN BY THACHER?POHTKR NOT
ON HAND TO BRC-VTB N()TI' K OF
[BT TELRQRAPH TO THE TRIBCNE.]
Albany, Sept. 2tl.~-John Boyd Thacher ylelded
to-day to the demand of Willlam J. Rryan. John
C. Hheehan and other HupporterB of the National
platform of the Democratlc party, and decllned
1 the Popocratlc nomination for Oovernor. Mr.
Thacher kept his Intentlons a profound secret
from the general publlc until early this mornlng,
but hla Intlmate. frlenda noxv say that for thr?*e
or four days he has had BO Intentlon of acceptlng
the nomination. Moreover, they aay that Sena?
tor Davld H. Hlll acqulesced in Thacher'a decl
No one can forget that for txvo months Senator
Hlll hc: been schemlng to nominate some one for
Oovernor xvho could recelve the unlted aupport of
the Kold Democrata and of the silver I'oniocrats.
That xvas part of his design to l.rlng about the
electlon of a larce number of Assemhlymen and
his own re-elec'lon as a member of the I'nlted
BtBtaa SenAte. He manag. d to nominate Thach?
er, who had made a gold-standard gpeech at the
Democratlc State Convention. But then the
Oold DemocratH refused to act th.-lr asslgned
part in the Hill drama. They not only decllned
to Indorae Thacher. but nomlnated a candldate
for Oovernor, Danlel O. Oriffln, agalnst hlm. Mr.
HUl's great scheme may be sald to have been
starnped with the word "Fallure" at the State
'T.nventlon of the Sound Money lVmo.ratB on
Thursday nlght. Then It was, prol ably. that
both Thacher and Hill came to their dotermlna
tton to wlthdraxv the former as the Democratlc
candldate for Oovernor.
mi': BURPRISI Disci.osEO.
The membera of the Notflcatlon Commlttee,
Bernard J. Tork, of Brooklyn; Thomas F. Orady.
of New-York; O.-orge Ctton. Of Elmlra; Clinton
Heckwlth, of htrklmer. and Mayor F. J. Mnlloy,
of Troy, xvere greatly aatonshed upon arrlving
here at 11 o'clock to-day to have glven to them
a typewrltten copy of Mr. Thacher'a speech de
cllning the nomination.
?W.-ll, thla ls moat ?*xtraordlnary," sald
Thomas F. Orady, glamlng at the document.
He then rushed off to a long-dlstance telephone
and Informed John C. Sh<*ehan of what had
occurred. It was not untll two hours after
xvard, hoxvever. that Thacher read the Bpeech
xxhich he so klndly furnlshed the members of
the commlttee lli advance. Polltlclans suspect
that he feared that Senator Orady would aub?
ject him to some sort of dreadful questioning
about his real attltude toward the Bryan and
Sewall canvass if he dld not inform that gentle?
man at once that he had withdrawn as a can?
PORTER MAT DECI.INK, TOO.
Nor did the Notlflcation Commlttee have the
satlsfactlon of listenlng to a speech from Wllbur
V. Porter, of Watertown, the candldate for Lleu
t-nant-i lovernor. He had been requ. sted to come
to Albany. but a search about tln- h'.tels did not
dlacloae his preeence Mr. Malloy xvent to a long
dlstance telephone. and learned from a frlend of
Judge Porter in Watertown that he did not intend
to come to Albany to-day.
Then came a r exvspaper dlspatch from Water?
town saylnK that it xva< hlnted there that Judge
Porter mlght declin" the nomination for Lleu
tenant-Oovernor. The only posltlve news that
could be obtalned from Judge Porter was that he
would make known hla decislon ahout the offlce
of Lleutenant-Oovernor ln a letter addreased to
the Democratlc State Commlttee. xvhlch is to
meet in New-York next Monday. Judge Porter
opposed his own nomination for Lieutenant-Oov
ernor. and there may be some truth In the belief
at Watertoxvn that he wlll decllne that nomlna
There xvas conslderable suspl-lon among the
Democratlc politlclan.i of Albany that Judge Por?
ter had remained axvay from Albany xvlth the
thought that be mlgrht be nomlnated for Oovernor
ln Thacher'a place. Indeed, several promlnent
Democrats who labored hard to nominate
Thach.-r for Oovernor aaid late this evenlng that
lt xvas already arranged that Judge Porter should
be nrminated for Oovernor as a aubaUtUte ?r
Thacher and .that some Brooklyn Demo.-rat
would probably be nomlnated for Lleutenant
Oovernor. Elther Jamea W EUdffway w Edward
M. Orout, they said, would recelxe an offer of the
nomination for Lleuten_nt-0,.>vernor.
Judas I'orter's lon.ination for Oovernor
WOUld plaCS both af the Democratlc candl?
datea for Oovernor ln the aame town this year,
U Hani-I O. ..riffln. th.- sound-m.mey candl?
date. also lives Iti Wat-rtown. No i omlnatlon
by the Democratlc party for Oovernor WOUld
m dlapleaaa Roawall P. tTlower aa would that
of Porter, as th.- latter's frk-nds oppcaed he for
mer'g electlon as a delegate to the Democratlc
State Convention rror.i Jefferson County.
Th" Buaaeatlon waa mad- to-day that EUlot
Danforth. ex-State Treasur.-r and chalrman of
the D.-moci-atlc Stat.- Commlttee. should be
nomlnated for Oovernor.
One candldate the Notlflcation Commlttee did
ifnd here who was wllllng to accept the nomi?
nation. This was Hobert C. T.tus of Buffalo,
who accepted Pn a forn.al spee.-h the nomina?
tion for Judge of the Court of Appeala.
HOW BHALL THE VACAHCT Bl HLLBDT
The Notiflcation Ciinmlttee wlll meet ln New
York agaln on Monday next and wlll then In?
form the Democratlc State Commlttee that Mr.
Tha.h.-r has decllned lhe n .mlnatlon for Oov?
ernor No BUta Commlttee of any great
nolltlcal party haa In many years made a
."m'ina.ion for Oovernor. In 187* when Hantta
Pevmour decllned tha nomination for t...\.rn?n
? he Democratlc Btata Convention reaagambled
2J 1(1 ,?,.?.,, Luclua RoWB-On A large num
,!.r ,,f .,-tno.Tats said to-day that the Demo
,-,-atic Stat.- Convention of this year ought to re
_s-.rnble and that the State Commlttee ought
'_Tto Mumc the responsil.lll.x of nomlnatlng
g eandldnte for Oovemor.
MR TH.vnEK nrrORMKD.
When the Notlflcation Commlttee net at the
Ker.mor- Ilotel, the rerem-ny of notlflcation
rM opened Lry Bernard J. York, of Brooklyn. as
chalrman. Addreaalnf Mr. Thacher, he said:
_,_-.<_ tm__mt: \v. ar.unaalealoned by the
Bt_iV?Co_i_ilttee to f4>mally_ notlfy you ol your
unantmo?_- ao^natUw by 9^D^>cTXs BUU
he "'?/."? i nd propaaatlon of i>mocfatlc prin
.,,' \- ..-ni it a prlvtteae to brtng to you
ii,',. ronfl-ence of vour party ga_ocUtee aa ?
nVessi ,*, tbe uimnlmous noinlaatlon, of whleh
7 ?;,w fornn-lly notlfy you ?"-law.lt aueh reply
aa you deatre ua te t?m?unlcata to the BUta i om
Mr. Thach.-r reptted aa follOWg
Mr York -in.|C.,':i'l''nunof the. Commlttee of Notl
Scstion; i ani deeplj aenatble af tha honor conferred
?,?,., ??. ,?. ma Democratlc party*of th<- BUta of
Ww-Vork In n-uuus ma u Its candldate for Oov
ernor i aa eowtndaad to deettna th- nomination.
i vx is .way from Albany and at my eountry home
ourtug ths convention, and l dld not leam of my
nomination _nttl*ftersocloojl Thursday after,,.,,..,
,, mua mn untll 1 o'lock tbal nlght that 1 had an
opportunlty tO leam tha character of the platform
.,,,,,,?,.,) hj Hi- conv.-ntlon. There had n-v'-r been
submltted to m a praag COpy, a manus.-rlpt copy or
a..v other '?"!?? of tha propoaed platfeem. if any one
1, ol I,.-.-, ? ntl UHted wlth the duty of proeeattuB such
H eopy the trust had not be.-u fullill, .1. 1 had no
rnaann'ttt aspeet, after ihn eaaivanHn. sl saratoga.
and aft-r tl'" attltude of Ihe d.-leKfite* from N-w
V,,ik .ii ll,- National <'onventlon. thut lli.- next Stat
Convention weuM eoaBBBtt tha Daaaocratla party
unr, sarvedly to all parts of tha I ShtOBSO platform.
I gddreaMd a .(.mmunlcatton to the Ilononible.
Iha Sla" 'om.nlM -. Bl the earlleMt moinent con
BlMte.it wlth matuilng my thoughtB and two da>B
before Ita meetlng ln N?w-Vork. ln thnt .oinmuiil
? c.utinuf.1 oa rm. f.b?.
SHORT IN HIS ACCOVNTS.
TRICASCRKR MORRISON OF RENSSELAER
THE CHAROR AOAl.NST HIM IS MISAITROPRIATlNa
I2B.0O0 INE TO THE CITY OF TROY-HB 18
BAID TO BE INDEIITED NEARLY ?.'?>0.O00
TO THE rOT'NTY?HIS PROrERTY
TRANSFERRKD TO HI9
Troy, N. Y.. Sept. 20.?Oeorge H. Morrlson.
Treasurer of Renaaelaer County, was arrested
late thls afternoon, on complaint of Chatnber
laln Morey of the clty of Troy. The charge ia
mlsapproprlating $20,000 due to the clty from ex?
clae collectlons. Mr. Morrlson thls afternoon
tianpferred to his bondsmen real eatate and se
curltlea of the par value of fM&OOL. and estl
mated to be worth not lOM thnn 4(1 cents on the
dollar. His accounts show that there ls due to
the county nearly .^OO.IKK). 9180,000 ,,f whlch ln
ln the new Court House fund. Mr. Morrlson ha.4
been County Treasurer for two years. The
Board of Supervlsors wlll meet on Monday to
take actlon. There are ten bondsmen. The
amount of the bond Is $1<Hl.OOO.
Rumors have been current for several days
relatlve to the flnanelal soundmss of the County
Treasurer. The rumors flrst gain.-d strength
when the Natlonal Bank of Troy, of whlch Mr.
Morrlson was formerly cashler. suspended pay
m.-nt last Saturday. Mr. Morrlson then aaid
that he had on deposlt .*40.0<>0 of the county
money in that bank. Then came the demand by
the city offlcials upon Mr. Morrlson for 996,000
due to the city on payments for Heenses under
the Ralnes law. There had been a controversy
afi to whether or not the County Treasurer was
compelled to pay over tho amount Imme.llateiy.
The Treasurer promlsed the City Chamberlaln
and Controller that the amount would be paid
in a few days. Of the sum due. JlO.OiMi was paid
The bondsmen of Mr. Morrlson as County
Treasurer, becoming alarmed, held a meetlng
yesterday afternoon at the offlce of thelr counael,
Van Santvoord & Welltngton. It was declded
to endoavor to secure a conference wlth Mr. Mor?
rlson, who was not preaent, or his legal repfesen
tative, and to see If money could not be ralsed
to pay the 926,000 still due. Another meetlng of
the bondsmen was called for 9:80 o'clock this
mornlng At that meetlng It was the general
expresslon that Mr. Morrison's affalrs were ln
such shape that It would be hopeless to endeavor
to secure enough money to land hlm on solld
ground' again. The bondsmen gave up tha
scarch for flnanelal asslstance for Mr. Morrlson,
nnd it was ngreed that nothlng remalned but to
learn. so far as poaslble, the truth about his
flnanelal obllgatlons and what resources he had
wlth whlch to meet the llabllltlea.
The amount of the bond Is $100,000 and each
BUKty qualifles for 920,000. The sureties are,
however, "Jolntly and severally" resronslble. It
ls said that this makes each signer of the bon-l
lieble for any deflelency In meetlng the full
amount of the bond. which protects the coun
tv's Intcrests to the --xtent of 9100,000.
The Flnance Commlttee of the Rensselaer
Board of Supervlsors was hastlly summoned last
nlght. when the meetlng of the bondsmen became
known. to come together at the County Treas
urer's offlce this mornlng. Chalrman Derrick
was iequested to eail a meetlng of the Board of
Supervlsors. to he held Monday mornlng at
10 o'clock. The Einance Commlttee wlll then re?
port the sltuation
A member of the commlttee said after the
meetlng that there ahould be depoalted In the
banks of the clty about 9880, XX). but that it has
been ascertalned that aslde from the $.0,000
tied np In the Natlonal Bank of Troy there was
only $118 to be found.
One of the bondamen said thls afternoon "The
face value of the property tramif->rred is $.100.
000. I should thlnk that tha property. constdered
ai a whole, Is not worth leaa than 40
cents on the dollar, or about 9124.000.
It la rumor?d that Mr. Morrison's obllga
tlons amount to $2."ii).<><>0, Thi re are some
shares of bank stock, but none of the Natlonal
bark. The property transferred Includes more
than IVMI shares of the stock of the Star Knitting
Company of Cohoes, about flfty shares of the
Troy and Cohoes Shirt and Collar Company,
some ahares (about flfty) of the Unlted Shlrt and
Collar Company, flve shares of the E. O. Bernard
i ompany, flfty sharea of stock of the Southern
Cotton Company of Qeorgla, rifty shares of
Westcott Kxpress Company stock, about flfty
rhares of the Mechanlcvllle BrlCK Company.
and about twenty sharea of the Troy Beltlng and
Supply Company, besides others that I cannot
now recall. Some of the securltles that I have
rot mentloned are partly held as collateral. The
reat Of the property was negotiable notes and
se< uritles of all klnds. beveral of the notes are
The amount in the fund for the new county
courtbouee, BUbJect to the order of the Court
h use Commisslon. ahould be, accordlng to ac?
counts, about 9180,000. There should be about
$20,0011 of exelse money, too. due the clty. ln the
general county fund there should Ik- between
940,000 and 960.000, and in the court fund about
$4n,000. Thla makes nearly 9800,000 to be ac
countod for by the County Treasurer. accord?
lng to the booka.
Inquiry thla afternoon at the aeveral banks
In thla clty aa to the amount of deposlt ln each
to the credlt of th<f countv was answered as
follows: Central Natlonal Bank. none; Manu
facturers' Natlonal Bank. r.one; Mutual Na?
tlonal Bank. a small deposlt, but not enough to
speak of; Cnlted States Natlonal Bank. none;
I'nion Natlonal Bank. about 9100; Troy Clty
Natlonal Bank. none: Natlonal Bank of Troy.
$4ii,0<l0; The National State Bank. a small bal?
Mr. Morrlson was born In Brunawick. in thls
COUttty, June 22, 1800, and became a resldent of
Troy when only six yean old. He began his
buslness career in 1888, ln which year he became
a clerk ln the Flrat Natlonal Bank. His pro
motion wns rapld. esceptlonal buolneaa abllity
and Btrlet attentlon to the Interests of the bank
having won for hlm every poalton in that in
stitutlon until as cashler he had almost entlre
dlrectlon of the bank'a affalra He is a member
of the Rensselaer County bar.
.4 I.ITTLE BPBBCB Bl TEI.LER.
Cu-veland, Sept. 26.--Benator Henry M. T-H.-r. who
bolted the St. Louta RapubUcan Conventlon. ,ir
rlv.-.l ln thls clty yeaterday. Ha spoke conftdently
,,f the -itu.it'.on ii) the w.-st, and H;,id there waa ,.o
overwhelralng aantlinaat for Bryan an.l fr.-e allver.
Durlng tha Banator*a visit to th.- Bryan headqaar*
tera ;. erowd colleeted outolde und ohUBorod for a
?,... ?,. Meuntlnf tbe frandotoad on the publlc
aquore, Benator T.-ii.-r aald In part:
i abandoned my party whaa lt declared tbal we
are a people incapahle of aelf-governin.-nt wlthout
tbe ,-oiisent of England. The beat men iu our
country are for blmetalllein. and nearly every
e< onomlst In England ia for lt We haven't the
money to buy ina uowapapera. Our opponenta
have The gold buga bava no argumenl Tbur
aian aold la my preaoBce tbal he dld not know
allver had been demonettaed untll th<- hill of in?i
had gone through. Kor a year afterward har.lly
,iny one kn.'W of the crlme. 1 am not Int.-r.-st.-d
ln allver mines. I am talklng for prln.-lple. Thla
campalgn ls more lmportunt thnn the one of Pka).
F08I0N BLOCKBD ix Missoi Rl.
Bt. I.oula. Sept. 26.-A meetlng of lha Popullat
?lata COBUnlttae wns held here to-day to consld.-i
the queatlon Qf fmlon wlth the Democrats 1'aul
Vnn.b-rve.-t. >,f omaha, .-halrman of the Mlddle-of
the-Roiul f.i.-tlon. Is maklng a vlgorous proteat
agalust fuilon. Beveral of the Democratlc n,,m
Ineea for Congreaa ref use to atep aslde In favor of a
I'onullat candldate. and the chaneea for fuaion on
?Ither Conareaemen or Prealdontlal ciectora look
vary amall. ?
AN ARMY VISITS M'KINLEY
FIFTEEN THOUSAND STROXG.
ELEVEN SPEECHES MADE HY THE RM
SIXTEEN DKI.FOATION8, COMPOSED PRINCTPAL_,T
OV WORKINOMEN. TRAVKL, LONG DIBTANCEB
TO I.18TEN TO THRII.I.INO AND FORCE
rtJL AI'DRErrtKS - KSMM OF
0____T ENTHI'SIASM AROUND
MAJOR M KINI.EY'S
Major MeKlnley madi- eleven speeches yeste?
d.ty i.n.l spoke to slxteen ilelegatlons, number
ing in tho aggregate over ISjOOO i>or?<ons- Tl,#
(lelepatioiiK were priactpaBj c___puM_ of lubor
lng men, and the gpefcgBBUB la most oasei took
occn?*ion to nssure Major McKlDley that tha
in. n i.iiiip of thelr oxvn free wlll. paid thelr own
f.-.r.-s ia_ in so'...* caaea ImI bbM a iktYf*. wagea.
Several of M.-.Joi M Kinley*. >|.ches were 1m
,,[-,,inptn. .iii.l all of tbeui arou.s.'d the greateat
A PAY OF IXCESS.WT ..PTIVITY.
Cnnton. Ohlo. S-pt K -Major McKlnley's buslegt
day of the campaitrn tbUS far bexan wlth the call
of the F.-orta Republlcan Travelllng M**n's Club.
The I'eoria "men, 2><> ii> numh^r, left home at S
o'.lock Frlday afternoon and reached h?*re at 8*30
o'< lock this mornltTg. This delegatlon travelled
further than any.that has vlslted Major MeKlnley
excofPl the one whlch ramo from Vermont. The
Peorla men were all tall and rlne-looklng. They
wore hlgh black sllk hata an.l long llnen dustera,
1 and carrled pampaa arasa plumea of red. whlte and
blue. They were loudly applauled an they marched
from the station. At the house, whlle the presldent
Of the club, T II Ff.-ffer, an.l the upokeaniart. J. V.
OrafT, who repraeantl the XlVth lllinola Dlstrlct tn
Congresa, were talklnK in the study wlth Major Me
Kinley. L H. Wlley, of Peorla. entertalned the
crowd wlth a serlea of artlstlcally executcd bugle
TAI.KIXG TO OOMMKRCIAL TRAVKLLKRS.
Major MeKlnley was enthuslastlcally eheered
wh.*n he appeared on the porch. In reaponse to tha
rcmarks of Mr. Of?ff, Major MeKlnley sald:
l am more than glad to meet at my home the
Travelllng Men's Hepublican Club of Peorla. I
cannot refraln from cotigrattilatlng you at thla
|? tlme upon the spl.ndi.l vlctory whlch you
achlevcd two yeara ago In electlng your pregent
i C< ngrcssman and turnlng a stronr- Democratlo
i majorlty Into a Republlcan majorlty for your
j candldate for Congress. (V'olcea. "We wlll do lt
' again!") And I am glad to hear from all volce*
i about me that It la your purpose to do lt agaln.
j (A volce, "That'a rlght") I congratulafe you
j upon the thrlving clty and glorlous State ln
whlch you llvt*. It is by the cenHus the thlrd
I State of the Union. Illlnoia haa taken the place
of Ohlo. and I have alwaya belleved that you
! took your cOBgyg whlle Ohio xvas vlslttng your
i g.eat World'a Exposltlon. (Applause.)
I congratulatc you most heartily upon the rank
which you have taken In populatlon, and also tha
rank you have taken in Mtatesnianship. It comes
to few Btatea to have furnlshed lo this glorlous
l'nlon the matchless men you have furnlshed?
Tatea and ogl.-sby. and that splendld aoldier,
statesman and patrlot, John A. Logan; and that
great Pemocrat, Stephen A. Douglas, who loved
bla eountry more than he loved hla party, an4
supported Mr. Llncoln In that cruclal perlod ln
the hlstory of the Republlc. (Applause.) And
no man can thlnk of your great State xvlthout re
eallin* that you furnlshM Abraham Llncoln. the
mlghtiest statesman of the eountry (applause),
and General I'lysses S. C.rant. the greatest war
rlor of the Republlc. < Renewed cheerlng.) When
Abraham Llncoln Issiied his lmmortal proclama
tlon of llberty, the xvhole world knexv that what
Llncoln had deereed Orant would execute wlth
the thunder of his artlllery. (Great applause
and crles of "Good. good!") I am glad to know
that your prospects are so good for a splendld
vlctory ln llllnois this year. (Tremendous cheer?
lng and crles of "We wlll glve MeKlnley 150,
What a spectacle. my * jpllow-eltlzens, to tho
world is this Oovernment of "n.IMW.OOO of free
people, govemed hy themselves and governlna;
themselves, changing thelr Chief Executlve every
four years and thelr law-maklng power every
two y.-ars. If it be their xvill ao to do, and the
Oovernment golng on xvlthout halt or inferrup
tlon. xvorklng out xxhat 70^000.000 of people from
tinie to time believe will stibaerve their hlghest
deatlny! Ifora than one hundred and twenty
years have paBmd since the Oovernment waa
founded. and ln every trlal of our hlstory we
have demonstrated our raparlty for self-govern
ment and shoxvn to all manklnd the blesslnirs and
advantages of the great Republlc. (Great ap
plnoea and crles of "That's right:")
THI PBOPLB i'AN'T Bl FOOLKD TWICK.
Now and then ln our popular electlons we may
have been swayed by passlon or moved by the
demagogues from <>ur moorlngs; but the Amerl
can people are not foolcd but once on a subject
.great cheerlng), for xvhen once de, elved they do
never follow the deceiv.-r the aecond tlme. (Re
newed cheers and crles of "Rlght!") I have
known, and so have you. tlmes In our hlstory
xvhen the majority of the people xvere made to
believe that certaln pollcles xvould serve thelr
best Interests. and xvhen It transpired that they
dld not, they swlftly turned upon the party whlch
doceived them an.l turned It out of power, and
they xvlll do it agaln.
The Judgment of the people Is swlft and terrl
Me against those xvho mialead and delude them.
The people. an* never led aatray by decett or mis
i,-pr-sentatlon xvhen they investlgmte for them?
selves. This they are doing this year ln a marked
deajree. lt lf Of BO avail that party leadera ap?
peal to passlon xvh.-n th.- people are allve to thelr
oxvn and the publlc interests. lt xvill not do to
say lo the men who are poor ln thla world'a
ffOodg; "You muat get off by yourselvea. form a
class of your own; your Interests are oppoged to
those who employ you." That ls not enough thlg
year. The poor man Inqutres: "What good wlll
that do me? How xvlll that better mv condltlon?
II,,w xvlll that brlng bread to my family and
cheer to my chlldren? Will I be beneflted by de
gpolllBg my employer0 Wlll It glve me more
employment and better xvages to atrlke down
those whoBe money is lnvested In producttve eu?
t.-iprlses. which glve me xvork and wages?"
Four years ago lt was said the manufaeturer
was maklng too much money. You remember lt.
Rut that cannot be sald BOW. (Crles of "No!**
"No!") And that the robber tariff, whlch waa
enriching him, must be turned up, root and
branch, to the end that he Bhould be deprived of
what some people xvere pb-ased to call hla 111
K'.tten profltB. The eountry aeemed to ahare ln
the suggestloi*, and the trial xvas entered upon
wlth xxhat result ex'ery manufaeturer, eommer
cial man. travelllng man or worklngman best
It has been dlscovered, to our hurt and aor
row, that you cannot Injure the manufaeturer
xvlthout Injurlng the laborer. (Applauae and
. rles of "That'n rlght!") It haa been found, too,
thai you cannoi Injure the manufaeturer wtth
, ut lnjurlng the whole buslnesa of the eountry.
iltenexved cri.-s of "That's rlght!") You mtj;
eleae the shops by adverse tarlffs becauae you
lmaglne the manufaeturer ls maklng too much,
but wlth that done you close tbe door of env
t'o-tln-ed om _"?_rt_ Pa_?.