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V<>*aVT....N* 18,249. NEW-YORK^KtflDAY.WOVBMBEH I. 189G.-('OI'YKIGHT; 1806: BY THK TH1IUJNE ASS()( 1ATION.-THRKE PARTS; THlRTY-T\YO PAGES. PRICE F1VE CENT8
FLAG DATS SPIRIT VOICED.
MAJOR M'KINLEY'S FINAI, API'nAT.S TO
?tn C1ir,nM ANt) MIHIC THK GAHPAUM IN
CAVTOS OOMKS TO A BRTI.MANT CI/*B?TirB
(?HA.VWOX OF KAflONAL HONOR AND IN
rCGRITT VltmBO BY TUOl SAM'S OK
WUMTN AND CHIU'REN?A
BEA OP WATIMQ BANNEHS
ABOCT HIS Hc'MK.
The rampalgn in Canton rame t<> a brllllant
I inipressivp cIom yeaterday. Tbe law-at
d'.. _ -. i h MaJoT McKlnlej bas rerelved
" . the Maboning Valley and nunbered
1000 , :?? Major McKlnley dellrered an
^promptu snecch to this detegatlon, whlch
! trt>!iiendoui ratbnriaam. Tbe Woman'a
jIcKinh'j flub of Canton, 1500 atrong, and
?m\, ? ; other delegatloni alao rlalted blm. In
*\ , . Major McKlnley naade appropriate
pd elftinenl referencei to the obawrgm.t
nu Day. Sanator-elect Foraker rlaited Can
Htaod made a ipeech.
CANTOITS MOW INSFIRTXG DAY.
Cant. OhiO, Oct Sl.-Wlth many a rlngtng
fheer and many a atlrring alr from two-acore i
unds the la?t gn-at day ol the campaign at tho
home' ?- the Republlcan candtdate came to ah
3 Benator-elect Faraker contrlbuted hand
agg* to the brlHiant cloae of what haa been,
ZSm Th" m0Bl ??tereeting ,,av of ,h'' l'a,n'
riifs Major McKlnley met Mr. Foraker at tho
Sm ??? ?"' o'clock. and when aome one pro
'^ ..... cheera f->r the dlatlngulahed pw-st.
S3ar M Klnley took off his hal and led the
gajor McXInley began apeaklng at an early
Iht th i mornlng and was kept buay talklng
tnd r. Ivlm eallera unttl aunaet One of his
flnt utteranoea thla mornlug waa appropriate
t0 t!.. day. Addreaalng a delegatlon of his old ,
?rfcnda from Wayneaburg in this county, he ,
,a'id- i thank yon that von have eome on this ;
0Miou? day. when the glorloua banner of the .
free wavea from every homl and hllltop of the I
len.i and from every tmrm ?" '? Iip sl,le 0< our '
aatnmon country. Olortoua old banner it is So ?
long as we carry it la our handa and have what
it typlhea In our hearta the Republlc an.l our
,plendld fre? Inatltutlona wlll be forev? r aeevre."
THE BIOGE8T DELEOATION OF ATJ..
Th.- lars-st d?leg?tloil whlch haa visited Can
tnn earoe this afternoon. It waa from Young*
,nd other pla os in the Mahonlng Valley.
? mbered 0,.people, 2.000 of whnm were |
.. i, took this aplendld Mahonlng Val
toy delegatloa mnre than an honr to paaa in
r-vi^w before Major McKlnley. When th.- pa
came to a halt the i.ple maaaed them- l
i ea In the atreeta an.i yard about Major Mc
K ey'a home, th.- Republlcan candldate look
lown upon th( greateat and moal Inaplr
tudlence whlch haa greeted hlm. in addt
Uon to th.- vlaltlng delegatloa there were thou- ;
?anda of other people preaalng toward the aUnd.
Every aaan. woman and ehlld carrled a flag, and
when Major McKlnley roae to apea* -a< h ilac
waved, and a great cb rua of cheera rolled like ,
a Burs*- of the eea up and down the denaely :
p?c)ced atreeU Major McKlnley bad a pre- !
, ?,?...', in his hand. whlch he had cx- :
ppr?r,t to 4#|frer, ?-it he eould nol do it. He ;
,1 ulaam whlch
iwlrled : lled aboul hlm He toaaed the
manuaciipl ?? I apoke, aa he afterward
aald, "Just wiiat waa In hla heart." What he
udd wa? ecboed In ten thouaand h^arts. Wh^n t
he declared "There la just one elaaa nnder our ,
nag. and we all belong to It." auch B rheer I
uent Ui' as Canton never heard before.
The rall of s.-veral thouaand Canton women
np"n Major McKlnlej ? aa at hei beautlful in
rid^nt of a day full of algnlflcan't and atirrlng oe
curreuc. -. Th< ar< athi i ? '' ?nd ,,u'
sampalgh could not bave cloaed mora brflllanUy
Joaaph <i. Butler. jr.. Introduced Roger Evana
f f Toungatown, as the ap keaman of the Mahon
alley delegatl< n. When Mr r.-nns had fm
' pointed Introdu tory remarka,
lajor McKli lej ? i ?? ?? ? eloquently.
' The Womana McKlnlej < lut. of younpitowii
! m a body on MaJ< i M< Klnley at - ?>'>
k. He i the porch. and. after
, mtroduced by the preald^nt. shanked i ?
n forthel. ?> *? ??*eJ|
. gladtokno* thal tl -re lntarra ?d In
the laauea undei '' u ? "
[ajor McKlnley. when
eatetheprli Iplea of our uarty.
No party whlch haa thelr aupport oar. maKe
, . .? mlatakea The women have ... much at
, .. thla year as the men. and ? am vx% they
feel and reallse th<-ir reapoi
THEY KNOW AND HONOR HIM
Bhortly before 8 o'clock the acb.* Iglrla of fan
hmmarchedupto Major McKlnley'a houae. and
after them came th., Women'a McKlnl*y Clubof
:.. trltb 1.20U women In line. Mra M?n
K Hartaell who preeented them to Major Mc
Kli ley, apoke at- followa:
v .. >m before vou the m-rnv*r? of rht Women'a
funrenv prl n I plea i - w? hava aeen tbe
uinimUirwtthii w?c??? have accorA Ito
raun?t eharactei for purlty .f Wfe anMoodaeai of
; .;.?;.? irhlch you have m rtchly merlted.
^einK how luety you wer? eateem d in au th?^e
noWtTaapecta ol i thal are dtareal o the I
h2Sti of the e/l?ea and mothera of our land. we have
un-il thla last hour of the creat e mteel .-iven way to
Hl' Wi c .mc now to bear thla tenttm ?nj Better
,.-...,, ?/c of Canton hare known you from
We have aeen you la proaperlty and la ad
\\> know jrour raee and klndred. w< have
ieM.it voui alde when yo wew bowed dowB la aor
row' T.'iroiiRh al) :'-"" '?'?'? ?x;..n.n- - you have
2T..T It wlth exultatlon-you hava been th..?
itat*n? friend of vlrtue aad all thal goei :o make tne
home iife p?re and exalted. You have been the helpar
o' A , who needed ..?:,?? v?u have aet a uoble ea
fcmr,'^ ? a 1 the youth of America by your peratotent
S:. >.niii.i triumph , ver every obatacU ; to all
c\-M.U 4 \menia bv-your exalted patriotUm; to al!
naatve l tll th? oM-faal mjly aag do
m*?tlc tll - that He at the foun latkin of hom.- and |
Aa early a? 8:80 Major McKlnley began the
*ork of greetlng his visitors. The lirst eallera
?eei from Klwood, ind.. and repreaented the
empjoyeo of the Amorlcaa Tin Plate Oompany i
efthaietty. Tht-re were TWHt workugnMB In the ]
rarty, many of whom wora aceorapanled by th. ir
?*?* Th.- spok'-sman was Jam-s Bwatman.
Major McKlnley was loudlj cheered when he
?apaared n hi* porch. In recognltlon of Flag
ftay the candldate wora n wnall Ametican ";t>-r
(fi the lanei of his eoat
a aatformed marchmg ehab, conakning of the i
*''Tkingnjen attarh? d to the ahopa-of the Na
ti >nal Carbon Company. of CMeveland. came up
the hiii just aa the Elwood ttnworkora arara
rhakiBg hands with Major McKlnley. Wtth
thelr handn and drum oorpa th.y tnan hed and
countermarched aiound UM house, whlle the a?- j
?ambled thron? cheered them heartlly. Major |
MeJCfatiey came out on the atand hrth? front of
kfcl lawn aiid was recelved with deafenlna; ap- I
plause by the 500 Cl< velar.d workmen. The I
apokearnan for this dalegaUOfl was Samuel
To ci.kv!:i..a.\!) WORKIftOMEK.
In addresslnjc his vUitors Major McKlnley aald:
You are IntereHted. In c-ommon wlth yoor f.-l
low-cltizcii.s everywhere, ln having In this coun?
try the hlghest proaperlty attalnable. The more
work there la to do ln the United Statea the more
demand there wlll be for labor and the better
*TUJ be the wagea pald to lapor. and the leaa
work thorc !f In thla country the ]<-s* wlU be the ,
d( mand for labor and the ha.<< Wlll be the wagea
pald; f.>r you knnw from your own axperience
that when you havc to hunt a Job you d<> nol K'M
DM as well as when the Jol. hunts you. The '
job never hunts jrou In pariodi of bu.->;neps de- '
preaalon or when oonfld.noe i* deatroyed and
overthrown. I think Um true pottcy In the
Unltcd Statiis la Um one that cauaea Ainerlcan
work to be dona at homu and nol abroad; that
employa Ameiicaa labor to inake what we want,
ratlier than have It done by the labor of anoth>-r
natlon that owe.s it? alleglance to a foreign flag.
I beljeve In the polley that prutecta the men
flrai that carrjf the glorloua old banner that I
we in your handa to-day. (Loud cheera.) It ls i
a holy banner. No flae repregenta as mucn a? it ,
doea. it reprcaenta llberty, it repreaenta equall
ty. it repreaenta opportunlty, it repreaenta poaal
bilitiea for Amerlcan manhood attalnable In n->
other land beneath th.' min. (Cheera.) I am
piad t'i know that the American worklngmen
have arrayed themaelvea <>n the side of country.
patrlotlam, peace, progreaa, protectlon and pros
The thlrd delegation was a small <>ne from
Wayneabnrv, this county. Dr. O. a. Bhane waa
apokaaman. Major McKtnley resjord.d pleaa
antly l>ut brtefly t^> hls r-niarks.
The f..urth Bpeech waa ma<le to the orlKinal
McKlnley Club of Weat Vlrglnla. The fq>.?k.'s
nian wns the Rev. .T. H. Sntherland. A nhort
speeeh was also made to a dtleiratlor from Ken
ton, (thlo. whlch waa fntrodnced t>y J. R Htim
PORAKBR SPEAKS IN CANTON.
AN ELOQUKXT TIU1UTB TO MAJOR MMCIM.KTR
gPLENDID WORK IN THE CAMPAKHf.
CantOn, Ohio, Oct in.-It uas dark when Sena
tor>ewcl Poraker reacbed Major McKtnlay'a hotue,
but a greal crowd awalted him. H? made hli
ninety-sev. nth ipecch of the rampulgn from the
platform In the yard, and he gave aorne n.-ws
from the West whli h made hla hearera ahout with
l,.y. When Mr. Poraker took the train for <l<\e
land. where he epeaka to-nlght, ? atorm of eheers
followed him. He waa in Canton Juot forty min
utea. AmonK other thlnKs he *-:*t<l:
I did not come here with tbe idea of maktng a
apeech, bul Mmplv with a view of congratulatlng
your dlatlnsurahed fellow-townaman upon thegreat
honor that wlll be hi* next Tueaday .v-ning
i ?...?.) and to ronaratulata him too, apon the
::. frnineeni manner In arhlch he lms deported him
nelf duiing the progreM ol Hits campalan. w hen
I preaented hl< name to the St. Ix>ula Conven
tion I us.-.l aome pretty Ftiona lamruage aa to
wh.it klnd of i candldate he would make (lauah
ler and applauai i, but I <lld it wlthout any heal
tatlon, for l knew the man. and l kn<-w he would
r. di ? in every promlw I mi?ht mak>'
And now, at th.- end of a conteat, the most iti'iti
orable a< leaat since thi- war and proh:ihly wlth?
out a precedent in all th.' hiatory of the country,
at the end of over flve montha of inten*. eacltr .
m.'iit for the whole peopte. Bt tlie end of a time
whon Iih haa ne.-n called npon daily by areal dcle
c ? ona "f evcrj" rhnracter and <-l;tv- from every
aectlon of the country, to all of whom ha haa
apoken ?*e car aaj wlthout any heattatlon or oual
Iflr.itlon ttw.t throughout he )n\r borna hlmaelf in
auch r manner ;i> t" Inaplre the people of the
whole country with a aenee of hla Atncaa for the
.??:' Maalatracy of tha l*nlt< I Btatea. fCheera.)
H.- h;i> made numherleea apeechea and evei
of them haa been ? rem conclae, araumentatlve,
?tron>; and convlnclna. Aa a conaequence, we ean
aay nexl Tueaday nlaht, and he can tnk<- that to -
hlmaelf now, that when he ha? heen elei ted he
hlmaelf wlll have done mon by far than any other
one man to t'rin^- about that reault.
BRTAX 1/ov/T 8TILL 8CARCE.
VKntUBT MKN RBADI TO OIV? PIO onn.S. ntT j
I ;:\v *WAOElU TAKKV.
The eorridor? of the Klfth Aveaca Hotal wara
erowded wltl exctted cltlaeni dtaeoaatag tba k^i!
parade and the comlm alectlon laat erenlna, and
ther* waa ? lol ol bettlng Utk, but not many
aeiual wagera were reported. H C. Cook of N ?
11? and Itl Weat Twenty-thlrd-at., made f''ir i>et?
last nlaht, each <?'. !?" agalnal 1190 on IfcKlnlay'a
.: : :,. || wai ali i aald *?" hi d mad< .? ! ? f
V:"" aajalnat *!.'?.?? :h*t IfeKinlay wouM (" ?'? '? '
Theae Increaaed odda of r, to 1 on McKlnley ?? r?
? ..??'. . mn< eaaarlly h'.jrh by many bettora,
.::,.-? of Mr. Cook'a !'?? -piit.ll.-an fri. v!
cuaed him of liavinsr "apolled the market ^?^
erai hrokers who w.-r.mml I lo PU1 ?p.
money on McKlnley aald that thelr cuat. mera dld
not .-ar*- to tte up thHr money wit'i th< lanca ??'
wlnnlna only one-flfth of th.-ir tnv.-tnv
K h Itrooka of So 7 W ill t.. made .?
j?.,h veaterda) < >n- waa of U "?" aaalnat |t.w? on
... neral reaull McKlnley*a electi ?n Mr. IH
. , ..,; |2.0fm even that M Kl iley would
IlllnolH . nd l: llana n.COO ori ? I B ite ll< -?
cured alao an even bel ol B.WO that McKlnley a
plurallty In this Btate would ?? ' -
??i;i:iv" iCdwarda bet, f u a - -? im. r,
V"' th.i' New-Tork Clty would (tlve M- Mnley ?-.
oJurallty of 5*?.'?n. He waa I ik. >ld. i n
of tiOO agalnal |i "J thal M Klnley would nol n
":'?''ll'"i:t.^-''. ':'-' cvenlnr that he had ?.?00
to bel m Bryan bul that hi i ? ?' not
allow him to risk it i.t odda lower than s to
On the Btock Exi hai a< \. iti rdaj llaj ?? n II.
Harl offered to bet ?:?.? n to 11 ?? il ? M klnley
wouM be elected. He waa nol t.ik. n up.
BRTAJi ov MR. //iv\r.s' F10URS8.
THF; rOTOCRATIC CAKDIDATK RMFVKtX TO BB
UEVaT THB HAM.witniN" QN THE WALL
Oaceola, lowa Oct H - When .Mr. Bryan a
?hown th? Uble publlahed In tha mon.-. | ?
a? the eatlmate of chalrman Hanna, ol '' '
publlcan Natlonal Commlttea, and aaked lf h.
anythlraj to aay aa to Ita eorrecuteaa, he mada thU
?I ahall leava tha Natlonal commltteea t-. is-m.
'??tim'tt-!<, hut if l were to <-xpre*n an oplnlon ii|.>n
bti 'Mr. Hanna'a) tat'i'-. I ahould aa} thal
ne-half of tbe electoral votea whlch he counta
unon wlll be foand In the free allvei column, i n
leaa the reporu whlch come to ui from varl ua
;.T, entlrely erroneoua, we ahallhave con
dlderabh more than "? i electonal votea."
\lr Bryan alao aald tbal he w.-.iflrmeo In
the oplnlon, uttered som?- tlm- avo. tnat the atuo)
of the mon.% queatlon had Increaaed the number
?f Republlcana who would auopori free Bllver and
had Secreaaed the numberoftSold Btandard Demo
THE TICTORT IS WOX, RAJB JOXES.
PROVIDED, OF lOt.HHK. THK RJpPUBUCAJfi DOWT
mCCWBD IN FTKAI.INO TltK ELBCTIOM.
Chlcago. <>ri. Zi. The last appeal ar.d warntng
to votera, togethcr with aa eetlmata of tbe Bryan
voi. in tha Electoral College, waa hwied by B ?-.
tor Jones on bahalf of the Democratlo Natlonal
< ommittpe to-day, aa followa:
Tha creat stntRcle tO?rlght the wrottg of P>7.t haa
>,.,.,, Jrou The only v.-..rk remalnlng to ba don<
uto ae a that 0,.- people have the opportrfnlty to
Lote m thelr cbnactencea dletate and lhat thelr
votea Vhall be counted aa caat. l ur?e all lovera
of the country and our Inatltuttona to .-x.-rt thera
l,,v. s aa they never have before In thla boly cauae.
\i-.t/h tlu. l'.olliliK plaeea. acrulllllxe f\<T\ aCI ai
'n. pidlH and ie' ti I. that the law .hafi ROt ba
VTl?,,'il"!ommittef. haa offerad ? raward of VM tor
evldence neceaaary to convlcl any one ??!lty ot
hrlbliiR or attemptlng lo brlte Mar wter to %ot
Journa"?: with the patrlotlam'and llberallty whlch
have char. rteHaed him throughou. IV*?'*?>
i ?,? ,.ff,-r.-<i an udd tlona reward of 11."" loi tne
i.'ni, :,[;.,.- Theae rowarda wUl reauli In the
lietectlon ol ..ny attempl lo corrupt or coerce the
votera, and wlll defeal the Republlcan conaplracy
lo ateal the eloctlon. , . , ,,,
l have recelved from the chalrman of each of <?ur
Btate commltteea full catlmatea of tbe .stiii..iinK ..f
votera in each stat.-. and am <-onfld<i.t thal Mr.
Bryan'a alectlon la aaaured hy a vaiy large major
Ity. He wlll carry tbe followlng Btatea: Alaoama
Arkanaaa Callfjrnla, Colorado, Klorlda, Ueorgi-t.
Idaho. Indlana, Kanaaa, Kentucky, LoulalanM,
Maryland, Mlchlgan, Mlnneaota, Mlaalaalppl, Mla
aouri Montana, Nebraaka, Nevada. Nohhtarolin -
North Dakota, Oregon, Bouth Carollna, So'itii i?a
k<.t:i Tenneaaee. Teaaa Utah, Vlrgtnla. Waahlna
ton, Wm\ Vlrgtnla, Wyomlng wlia thatr total ot
lr.2 electoral votea, ....
in the followlng Btatea 1 look upon Mr. Bryan a
chnncea aa the b ? t: !'? lawara, lowa, nunola, <>hi".
WUoonaln a total of 75 electoral rotea. Thera ara
otherStataa I regard as doubtful^ ^ joNks
ihairiij-in Daaworatlo NaUoaal Coaamtttee
? ? --
MR. RRTW's BUMMABY.
CMlumwa, lowa, Oct It A aaaualni up of tha
campalgn was .fiven by wmiam J. Bryaa rn a
apaaeh h^ dattvorad h<re thla mornlng. Dtirtag the
hour aucnt In Ottnmwa Mr. Hryan lalfcad to thr.-i
aodtanoM. Il- roae er-ny. after a night of BhonU
and bowla. Mr Bryan atea M'oke in Oaeaota ar.d
All throuKb lowa to-day the head of the i hP uir<>
thket aaw the Koidrn daaaae ****$"*?*?*?
term-d the "Yellow Kever" At n?-arl> ev. ry tow
vtalted In hla trli. acro?M the Btata fiom tke t n
he entered It early In the mornlna. untl ha reacbed
tS thai Mlaaourl. after dark be fOUgd
materlal evldence of K?-P?blb-an aantteant Jja
plajed throuah devUea ambk-matlc ol .-"und mouey. |
MR HANNA'S FIXAL FIGURES
WKINLEYB COLUMNOF TOTES.
THE RBPUBLICAM CANDIDATE BURJE OF
811 BLECTORAL V0TE8.
CHAJIOM D1 DOCBTTUL states MAl'E BY CHATB
MAX HANNA?CLOSINC DAYI At CAXPAION
HSADQUARTEM PLAQ DAY M CBfl
CAOO?AN awaitim; in si
[nr thi BOBAPB to thf. TRUrUKB.]
Chir-ajjo, Oct. ."'.I Chalrman Hanna made
pablie this afternoon, ns ? hint tlvit th? cam
palgn had i toaed. his tinal eatlmata of the
atrength whl.-h each candldate wlll have in the
Electoral roiiejre aft.-r Tueaday'a ballotlng, A
week aa-o Mr. Hanna. in .1 algned Btatement In
The Trlbune. predlcted thal Major McKlnley
would certalnly aecnre 802 electoral rotea fr.mi
the following twenty-elghl States:
r.inn?.-tirut . ajCaJIforata . ?
Pelawan . . .1 lodlana . IS
l?w? . t.". Kenturky . i.i
llllnoli . MIKanaaJ . 1"
Malne . N Maaaarhuaetta . 13
Mlrhlaan . 14 Ulnneaota . I
Maryland . ? New-Jeraejr . 10
Ntbraaka . 1 Kew-Tora . M
Nen Hampahlre . 4 ttregon . 4
Ohl .2:1 l:ti-t- l?l .nd . 4
Prnnaylranta . 3- Wiar?naln . 1
Vermont . 4 s .\i'h I'uk.'a . 4
Nerth !".k!a . H W.?t Vtrulnla . ?!
Waahlnstmi . 4 -
Wyomlng . I Total .M
Nine more Statcs ?Idaho, LoUlalBBB, Mlssqurl.
Montana, tforth Carollna, Tenneaaee, Texaa,
I'tah and Vlrjrlnla?wlth 84 electoral rotea, were
put by Mr. Hanna ln the doubtful oltimn.
Kicht Btatea? Alabama. Arkanaaa, Colorado,
Florlda, Qoorgta, Mlaalasippl, Nevad.i and Bouth
< 'amiina? with <!1 votcs, were eonceded to the
In this aftf-rno.in's ejtlmate Mr. Hanna puts '
the minlmum of Major Mckinley'a str.-nprh ln
the Electoral Colle^o nt 311 Iflatead of 302. Th- ae
twenty-elght Ptate.a are counted ns aafe f.>r th.
R -;.uhllcan tlcket:
Califorala . ? SCew-Yorli . M
. ??? tirut . s N'?braaki . *
Delawara. I N rth f>i llna. 11
. 34 N'orth Dakota. II
Ir.-llina . 1.1 ""Wil'i. 2*
1 ar. in "r?K..:i . 1
K. ? ? It) . t.'i I'ennaylvanla . SU
Malnc . '? Ilh ?!?? Ifland. 4
V i-yl ind . - * ith Hakota. 4
MaaiH huaetti . ln Tenne*.. v.
M . 14 .II . 4
M :in.-????. '?> iV< I Vlrflnla. "
X ?? Il.ii.|1.l:ir? . ( Wlaennnln . 19
N?? J.-tj-.y . 1" W) mlng. .1
T ?al ..'1M
Kanaaa wlth 10 eoteg: Vlrgtnla, with 12, and
WaahlBgton, wlth 4, nre claaaed aa probahly safe
for McKlnley. Mlaaourl, arlth 17 rotea, and
Texaa "i'h lft, ar. put In ihe doubtful eolumn,
and th<- following twelvc Btatea wlth 7s rotea
ar<- credlted outrlghi to Bryan:
Al ?' ????* .H " - Ippl . t>
,v.,,>.<. ? '?' ? . .'?'
.4 -?? .. '.. ..1
. i i- Ina .'?<
.1.1 l'u .?"?
- \ . - blahn .*
T ?,;. 1*
CHANOEfl IN' DOUBTFUL BTATEB"
The rhan?res made hy Mr Hanna In bla l
atn e Octoher 24 are Intereatlng Then he i
ed Kanaaa and Waahlngtor wlth 14 i I
saf" Republlcan Htatea Sn* they are pul d?wn
as ordy probahly Republlcan. Ob tbe othei
hand, Tenneasea and North CamUna wlth '.'::
rotea lniw been taken from the doubtfnl col- \
inin and pul ln Ihe lll I ? t g| . '? ertall ?
carrled by McKlnley ar l m ?' irt
Loulatana. Montana and [7tah, with 17 i l
hare alao I?? pb ahlfted from the doubtful r ilumn ]
to thal of Btatea eertain t.. b< rarried by Bi
Mr llnnna aaya
"I im confldent that th" atrength of McK
and Hobarl ? Ihe Electoral Cn ? ??- ? i reault
of ne?t Tueaday'a elec'loB arlll i l be I i than
:',11 rotea This eatlmate n made u|
ju: t r.Ii ed from i halrm< n of tate C
tf??, the rwiuU of Hnal polla :ak"n ln aui h i ? are
ful n ? on< r .-.^ to glre them th< hlgh< al ? ??
Chalrman llania'a lat**ai eatlmate of th< R
,n atr< ; gl 'i ln Ihe Electoral ?" ? ?? ?? ? ' ?
three votea ::...u ..f thal riin!.- yeaterday !?? (
Mr. Hahn. II la a fact worth ootlng thal bobi
<,f the many tablea glven oul by Ihe R.publlcan
Commltteemen exactly, talllea wlth anothfi
Th. ?. ,-tr<- all fr..m thred t.. Hfteen rotea i
bul all, of course, clalm a McKlnley plun
ln Ihe Electoral College ??Ti.at ahowa there
waa ii*> conferring among Ihe membera "f the
rommlttee." aaid one <?( the nuuiagera to-da;
MIf they all agreed it would be apparenl thej
timply gol together and t.."k each other'a opln
lona The facl is, each one made his own cal
culatlona Independenl of anybody elae. They ar
rlved In dlfferenl waya al tha aama conclualon,
thal McKlnley wlll be the aexl Presldent, and
that in Itaelf i^ r.n eBcouraglug algn."
CHAIRMAN JONEB ll\s N?> TABLB,
Benator Jonea waa walted upon in-dav anl
nsk'-d f'.r his eatlmate ..f the result, imt he waa
"too buay" to reapood.
"r>o you mean to aay that Jones dldn't cive
you a tabte?" sald one of the nttach'-s at the
Popocratlc Headquartera his ayee lniiKina; wlth
mirprlaa, "Well, we're loat Blther that or the
Benator is si>k."
So far as work on .he part of the N.itlonal
Commlttee is concerned the polltlcal campaign
of 1886 ended to-day. The two hi? machine"
at the rivnl headquartera have been alowing
down for a week past. and are now rttnnlng
under merely nomlnal praawure. n..th commlt
teea wlll keep thelr ofiices op?n untn Tueaday
Dlght, and electlon returns wlll l.e recelved by
tboee ofllclala who rote in oearby Ktates and
.?an return, or who. like Benator Jonea, do not
care to botber aboot otlag, and wlll forego
that prlailege rather than niake a tlreaome atnl
in the Democratlc ehatrman'i caae aa an
nc.'-J-sary JoUfltey honie.
Chalrman llnnna Wlll not fotlow the n-.n
ehalanl example set by the bead of the Popo
,rati'- commlttee, but wlll atart to-nlghl or to
morrow for Cleveland, where he wlll apend
EHectlon Day. VIce-ChalrmaB I'a i?e wlll re
turn OB M'.nday to Mllwauhce, and Colonel
Hahn, the <hi? f of the Bpeakera' Rureau, wlll
take a traln ihe aame day f.>r Manafleld, Ohlo
Th" Republlcan managera acatter lo Ihelr bdm< i
Imbued wlth a moal buoyanl and Invlnclble con
ndence In the aucceaa n< xt Tueaday of tbe Re
publlcafl Natlonal tlcket 'The Popocratlc offl
cials pretend lo be equally aangulne of rictory,
but it is eaay to detecl ih- oote ol uncertalnty
Inrklng beneath thelr moal emphatlc proteata
tl,,ns of aaaurance.
PLAO DAY IN CIIICAOO
Herer la the blatory of Chlcago haa th.r
be#B su?'h n dleplay of hnntlng as looked down
up.rn the paaaer-by todaj from ocarly erery
boom ln the dty. rfoi durtog the^Worid'a Falr
vear waa tha dty erer wreatbed ao arldet) and
noetoualy ln th.- NatJooal eolora m looked aa
if the entlre dty had uiiit-d- in deooroua garh
for the departura of Bryaa before MoaaomlBg
forth ln th<- BOlora that r.-ptidlat- all his 8t
ln<ks upon the eouBtry'a credlt, honor and ata
biiitv Ho aoonar was Up bach turned than
rr..m budneaa blocski and workabopa, from tha
home of waalth and the tenement of the poor,
the peopi.- Imowlag ii.. daatlnctloa of daaa or
toctlon or poHUca, Baabed the eolora "f the
Natlonal Tnlon and the fa.es of the standaMl
bearers of Natlonal honor. protectl..* and pios
perlty met the eye of every pasacr-hy. If the
ahowlna of lia eolora to-day la slgnlflcant of
how Chicago wlll vote, on Tueaday naal Major
McKloley'a plurallty wlll be nearer IBO.OUO than
The Intereat of Flag Day, as far as this dty
was cooccrned, centred in the ntldday exerciaea
at th>- Auditorlum Theatre. A vast audlen<c
had gatbered tO luur th- diff-r-nt speakers.
Mr. Haana waa preaent, of courae, and spoke.
As la bla cuatom, he >vaa brlef and f>> the potat
The ftl.ls and furbelowi of orat..rv have no
him A hurlneaa man .imsoif,
fn.m the crowu >f hls head to the ao]e of his
f?t, be knew how t.. addreea bualneaa men.
H. thanked them f..r thelr work in the cam
paign, and f..r tbe manner "in whlch it was
done. He alao declared that "tha battle was
alrcady woo" a atatemenl whlch rouaad the
audlenca t.? a hlgh pltch .>f enthuataam. The
fuilest meaaure ..f enthualasm, however, waa
not reacbed untll tha followlng dtapatch from
Major McKlnley was read by Bacretary Mc
Cllntock. ..f th- Bualneaa liaa'i Bound Money
Canton, ohio, October .w. i*?
\V. K. McCllntock. Becrei iry Bualneap Men'a Bound
Money Aeeoclatlon, Oreal Northern Hotet ' M
l am In reoalpl of a telegram advlelng me of the
Flag Day meetlng of the Bualneaa Men'a Bound
Money laaoclatlon The flag repreaenta tha Integ
rtty, honor and glory of the Natlon. and no cauae
thal . ? ? > li . ? tion from II can fall. T he otij t
of your organlxatlon. embraclng as it doea m-n of
varled polltleal afflllationa, la one thal appeala to
the p.-uti itlam of ill thoae who loye the flag.
BUBINESfl AWAITB THE BIONAU
Th- acena of rallaf whlch wlll mark the ad
vent of nexl Tueaday In tha bualneaa world la
falntly reflect d In tha neceaaarlly Incomplete
BUtlatlca of enterprlaea to ba itarted u eoon
u the el ctkw of Major McKlnley haa become
aaettled fact The local neaapapera t?m with
Infonnatli n as t.. whal this and that flrm will
do art-r Tueadaj next how many men wlll be
employed bj one eontractor. how many by an
other. Th- archl'ecta' ? t'i. ea groan under a load
. umulated plana, th- reallxatlon of whlch
la dependenl onl) "t" Tu? iday'a ???? ut
?a bualneaa I.m :s here." aaya "The Bven
in( poat." it ts held in leaah to be illpped
after McKlnley'a election. Tena "f mllllona of
capltal onlj awall the ilgnal, "Bound m
and prote tl >n wln!" I ? run th- courae <.f tra le
Kuel :.- ut. l-r thouaanda ..f furnacea, only awalt
?r,K thal aignal hef?re the flame i- applled that
will get the machlncrj of the manufacturera
n t: .tl >n. Ratli >ad ? ?mi anlea have placi -l
. ,|, n for -at -. ti ?v< 11li - ii.? i' have takeni or
dc-ra from ni.-r-hr.nts, all contlngenl "ti McKln
l.-.-'s electl .ti. No Induatry, no bran< h ..:' trade
alll eacape the wave i - ?'?> *'nl1 !l
wlll i nn ?? ?? itb the '?"?- pl< '? '? "' '
fldence, Th- hulldlng tradea wlll pr >aper. and real
, . - . .. .,[ ug upon th- inark-i.
Mone) :>- coming -ut u. a aurglng il.I for In
,... im -nt " h- i' next Tui Vm< ri< an peo
, ?,. piare the leal of Nall nal Integrlty upon
i-vi ry dollar ol It. ? -i and ailv. r allke. l<.rtU
par and of the valu ul 1"" - ? nta."
-,'? ,|,,. ,.,,. ?f chl . i -.' ? ? ? another wrlter,
? .),,.... ,,... to d iy bu ????-? : Involvlng
the expenditun ol >.:h.inni imm onlj u alting th.
word ? onflden. ??' tn i- laum b-l. Every ai
.. | o| pr. n In ?-. ?'??? ai.o every archltect who
l , . i ,,t a. >.i- ? ?' ?? ' an t- li "f plana
. , ,; nl) < ti the lettlemenl of
a| laaue lo be glv< n Intn the
.... fur Immediate exei utl. n.
ha upwai l ? >??""". thua
,,... up ,,| :i, m hnlf n doa< n nthera there ire
..... rendy on bul .Ivlng an outlay
? %\ ikm.imI .-,- ! ?.-.. r Ni I ?ln ?- the mem?rable
. u hli li pre ? rted the World'a
,.u. t. i ibor reap I a g Iden harveat. l ta
? ;,.. |i doea to-day
nt to graap the oppor
, .. . .... The opportunitj la
handi nt the voter la l< fl the
I s.. togetber bi reatArtng
in \. . y i k t1 itiat n la no d< u ?' the aame
. , . n .-....- - ? cover
p, I ? . ?? >t. raul. <>n aha, Ban
raci ?????? entre <>f
,,,.,, ? ? mtry n la not
thal ??- lhan >-_':?"hkh?mi
il I ? i- r? ;???.-? -d v aum of
? ?? ulatlon m
? ' laeful acl
. . ? ? le to d ukl whlch
? (i, tbe m ig.n-r ? ill choae n? xt Tin^a
m a b.
THE BITl'ATTON IN 1NDIANA.
:\ : ? wti-M -.\ man
, ????:??: \\- \r
, ? ?? talgn In li I
? rn ol Ueneral llarrlaon
? ? ??:?! ? btg di ?
city. Evi ry haml< t
... ne rallj foi ? i
? utoble nddreaaea have been made
Kor Me K-? ' ? ? mm* "
1;, ,,?:,, ? Qenerala Si. klea, Howard
n.t- Alger ?:????.?: ; I i m) Bton r,
H,., Blor i I ::? pr< -? ntatlve DlngU y have
Por the N ? n I D. mo i ?'-. John P Irlsh, W D
i;,... ,.,. 11| \\ K Evere I - -'?-> n have
,,ii(,. i iiourki Cockr n and Carl Bchura have rep
Den.rata, and Mr. Bryan,
deorge Fn ?ma and Tlu ma Patteraon
- .. r ii. mo< ra l< ?
Chalrman Martln >f tbe Demo?-ra le state Com
i? ?? .. ngurea thal Bryan \wii carrj the stat" by
... ! I. ? i.I '- .000 I' (pull il voti s,
. ? ,: . kotea, aml 8,00 I'rohll
.1,1 i>. m...r..tt- vote, 11:i:- retalnlng the reault
Kepuhllcar nnnu' r- i lalm the St.it. bj from
v,,,? .,,...,. i,a . tl Im upon thelr poll and
th,.|r expectatlon of raptuiing the l.-iri.-- doubtful
i .. ...,.,?: i :. it, An ? itlra ?'- bj countlea, baai .1
n ?, ;':. ir laat poll, glvlng the nemocrata S0 per
,.?r,i ?( thla doubtful vote, glvea the Stat.- to M.
Kml.v by Jfi.700 ilect* nlne ol th< thlrteen Repub
for r*ongn ia, and glvea the Repub
Hcana T:? of Ihe IM membera of the I/egtauiture on
lolnl ballot. The Democrata clalm elghi of the Con
greaamen and a majorlt) In the Leglalature, due to
fualon in thlrty-nlna I. gtalatlve dlatrlcta.
A HOT PIOHT IN NEBRA8KA.
RBTtTBIJCANB <-|.\IM THE BTATB !'"K >TKtNI.ET
li V l\oft>i.
r.lne.iln, Neb., Ocl W The mo*: exeltlng and Btub
bomly tonteated polltleal campalgn In the hlatory of
Nehraaka rlrtuall! cloaed to-nlght with big meetlngi
,it nearlyullthelargertownaof thes- it? Everyc ainty
haa been th iroughly covi red, nol by local talenl only,
bul by Bpeakera of Natlonal fame, In tiils reapect
the Republlcana have 1 I, - irmg the aervlcea of ex
Senator Parwell, of Chicago; Benator Foraker, of
Ohlo as-Congn laman Ounth. r, of Wl conaln; R. '?
Horr, of Mlehlgan an 1 Bourke Ca kr.itn
j.-,,, tn, ?||ver Bemoci :- and Popullata, between
?rhom foaion haa l?een eataWlah< I, nel only on the
N ,. nn| .-.ii lld iti i, M foi ? BUte and Con
. ,,,, ? i . . luii u * ;?? akera h .\>- been lm?
i .;,,,.,.,;? I'aliner aod Buckncr only have
',.,1 r the NAtlonal Dem - ? ? t'onaervatlve
, nerall) ndmll thal ihe oi ? I J II be - loae
, Btate ror McKlnley by
j ,hn li Maecoll. forOovernor.
,,,. ?, ..... i fha rm in Edmlaton, foi tba l opu?
, i i-hi.r-nn. I?:i dman f ir ihe Demperata,
. .... , | | ? il.pl ice the piin illty for
, . H . A. llokMmii, for tlovernor, .? a
i: .-? H bh li the Natlona;
i...,, ,., ni, .nl.'"-I hla manogera m ike no
?,.ni ourloob la thal tha Republlcana wlll
.... v ,..,. i-i il.l. IVth and Vi V mi- dla
.,,,, . .' ,.i ;:.? r, loh mi ::- Hld and V'lth.
MARTLAND BAFE FOR MKINI.KY.
roXHKRVATIVE I ?' .v.. i: vTs ABMIT THAT IIM
Ptl'RAUTI Wll.i. Bh I".'.R M""l:
,; V!N OF .os.;i'i:^MKN PROBABLB.
Bajttn; ,r mi n. The' campalgn In Maryland
,.,,;,,! | ... ..; with demanatratloaa on both Bldee.
i .... i i ita acknowledga that tha
B( . ? .,,, prol ibllltj glve its .i-i-toral yoto
tl, UoKlnle] bj pwai i of I0.0W plurallty. Tha
? Ihe Btate i- the labor
rote In BulHmon II i ""' lhe '"'"p'" ' '
bu, the proportlon of Bound Money Democrata In
thla . t) who wlll . for McKlnle, la *n kurga
U?l It wlfl probaWj offaal any loaa the Repub
Uc-ana may .uBer la lha ranka of labor.
Thalndkal.lao polai to tl.ri.tn atatlon
0| rour Bopuhll >.. Congraaamen. whlch would ba
"nmcreaai ol oaa Ii ? poaalbla thal they may
",, ,u? Tha oaly dtotrlal -f ?hlck tha Deaae
t-tiu? ai- raaaaaahli ?aw i" tha ist.
U haa haea the .1-an.a. polltloal ttght thal tha
"" CoBllnued ou Klaluh Paa?.
MARCH OF A PATRIOTIC HOST
SUPERB 8VCCE8B OF THE DEMOXSTRATWX FOR rUBLIO
AXD rRIYATE H0NE8TY.
tE THAN A HUNDBED THOUSA^D MEN IN LINBL
THH CITY OOROBOUBLY DECORATED IN honor of THF. BOUND*MONBY CAI'SB
THB ROUTB LINBO BY THOUSAND8 OF BNTHUVIA8TIC SPECTATORS?
PERFECT \RRANUEMENTS FOR MARSHALLINO THK OOI.DRN
LEOIONS-EXCELL ENT POLICE WORK.
The demonatratloo hy the Ruslness Men's Sotinrt afOBCy Assnciation of \p\v-York hcld lo
this dty yeaterday wa? the greatest affalr of its kind that thla eovatry has ovcr known. A
cloae :iik1 earefnl cakvUttoa by sevorai persons in the grandataad abowa that nt loast lOl.OQO
inen pnsst>d that polnt 'r',m srart to flnish. The henrt of the coluinn Ieft Broadway and
Wortb-at at lo 9'dock predaely, and lt was 0:30 p. tn., or nearly nlne hotirs later. when tha
lnst inan ln lino passed the rCTlewlng stand. The march of th" bnmena.Imnn was ac
compllahed with no Interruptton, owing to the forosipht and JadgmeBt of the Ghraad Marshal,
General Hnrare Porter, and lils able aids. Sucii a universal aud Impreaaire dlaplay of tha
Natlonal flag as took plaoo yeetcrday has probahly ngftr been e.|uallorl ln tha hnd. The Stara
and Stripes were on nlinost every bullding In the city. and practtcally cvi-ry man In BjM carrled
a datr. The pnraile was revlowed by Qamt A. Hohart, BaptibllcABcandldatefor YTcc-Prcaldegt'i
Oorernor i.evi p. Morton and Tlmothy L. Woodroff, candldata for Uauh?nant-Qo?araor. Bfggj*
where tbe parade was watcbed by hnmeuse crowda, who were courteousiy controSed hy tbe
AN CNPRBCBDBNTED DWPLAY.
From rlver to rlver, from cnd to end, the falr
1 Island of Manhattan was shaken all day yes
' terday by the trampln* feet of the hosts of N'a
! tlonal honor and the country's falth. Early
, morn ahowe I the patrtota hurrvlng to their
: placea, and the shadnvs of the evenlntr found
them mar-hins; shoulder to shoulder throush
the fl"1ds of the red. whlte and hlue. It was
tbe moal sfupendous array of marehln* men
rrer assenil.led ln t> ltke space ln the New ,
I \\"..rld. Although Oeneral Pbrtar*a estimate was i
i considerahly larser, several careful calculators
in the prandstand agreed that somethlng .over
101,000 m"n passed that polnt hetween 11
o'clock and 8:80 p. m., when the parade cnded.
! Th" llr.e passed the stand slxteen abreast at
varylng rat.-s <>f apeed. <;>-neral Danlel Butter
Aeld'a estimate for one hour was 17,.V)??, but at
oth<-r tlmea the rate was not so large.
They came ;>;,? eompaalea and battallona and
brlgadea and reglmenta There seemed no end
to them. The head of the proeeaatofl had passed ,
the revlewlng-otand almost ei^ht hours before
i the rear had taken up the llne of march. B"- !
'? tweeo tlie start and the flidsh an express traln
: could have run almost to Rost.in and back.
All this array was ln the eaus? of M.-Kinley
atid Hobart, II the champions of sound and
The clty presented a sltrht never before seen
and n>-v"r to be forjrotten. '.'he flaa; was every
whare, It flaunted from every wladow; lt waved
from every p.>rtl<-o; It flew fron everv roof: it
I lloated over almost every stn-ct. and many tliues
in every block. The marchlBg thouaanda
tran ped hetween wallaofhumaa faceathal were
almost -ntlrely folded 10 the strlpes and dotted
1 wlth the stars. whlte every man ln the wbole
; vaal lin- carrled a tla* of his own, whlch he held
alofl In '...k- n that It was for the f!ap and all that
It atood for that h" was BUtrcblBg In peace. as he
would ailllnglf march in war. If need should he.
Many of thooe arho marcbed yeaterday in peace
have knowB m bal It is to mar-h ln war under the
i aame flag that covered the dty ln its Mda ree
terday all the day lonK
BUCCBB8FUL IH BVERT BaWPBCT
In every reeped that can posslbly be thouKht
of th" parade of the BualBeaa Men's Sound
Money Aaaodatloa waa an unquallfled ?ucceea-*
? ?ucoaaa that has never been approaehed. A
falrer day could not he Imagtaed than that whlch
smib'd upon the marchlng thousands from dawn
to tunaet There was not a slnsle cloud to mar
the soft biue of the sky. and tiic alr was Just coot
enough to suit both the paradera and the apeeU
t,,rs. whlh' a brlsk breeae MeW from the weat
that fllb'd the folde of U e myrlads of banners
and flung them out agalnat the sky tttl every star
and every strlpe atood <-ut dlsllnctly by Itself.
PfJRPECT FLAHB MAD? BY OKN. PORTER.
There was no tlaw In the plans that were lald
by (leneral Porter and his star for handltns the
Immenai numbera of paraders and dfarmlaaang
them at the flnlsh. The llne started from Worth
st. and Broadway on the stroke of 10 oVIock. and
from then untll tho last man had passed Madlson
Bquare there was scaroely a break ln a column
that was passlng the revlewlog stand for BOVeB
and a half contlnuous hours. At the polnt of dla
tniaaal. at Flfth-ave. and Fnrtleth-st.. where Oen?
eral Porter sat his beauttful horse all day and
well Into the evenlns. the dlvlalona *ot qulckly
out of the way of thooe who pressed on from the
rear, and. turnlng down Broadway and Sixth
ave.. came down to see a part of thelr own pa
No small part of the smoothness wlth whlch
the entlre programma was carrled out Is due to
tho perfectlbn of th" plans lald by Chlef of Po
U,.,. Oonlln and th" exa.tm-ss wlth whlch they
w^r.- execated by his tabordlnatea. The mount d
pcllee a?ain dctnonstrated. If *uch demonstra
tioa were at all neceaaary. that they are a
valuable addltlon to th" force ln tlmes when
there are large erowda to be managed and k-pt
(,ff from a detlned llne of march.
Bergaant QaaiHrn was m eommand of the pia
tooo that headed the prooesslon, and a flner lot
Of hors.-uien OT a more aplrtted. graeoful lot of
boraaa are seldom seen together.
It should be rememhered that such a g-lsrantlc
demonstratlon as that of yeaterday means lon*
hours and much excessive labor for almost every
slnRk* man who WBwTI the pollce unlform of
Father Knlck"rbocker. That the prHates of the
force. wearled as they were. showed as much tact
and sklll ln the dlacharge of thelr <utlea toward
the crowda, many of whom were unreaaonabla
and Inelfned to forget that ru'es were made to ba
obeyed, retlerts much crcdlt upnn the wearera of
the biue. New-York pollcemen have ;iad much
exp-rlenre In handling big orowds of late, but
with parhapa one eseeptlon they have acqutttad]
thamaalvaa well, and that excaptloa was not yea
The paraders dlaplayed the utmost wllling
ness to help the marshals and thelr staffs by lm?
medlata and ImpUdt obedlenca. Kar-h organlza
tlon v.as In tts ?tarttng-pbice long before the ap
polnted time, and fell Intoplace Ju as promptly
M the trrand marahal gtarted tbe llne of marcb,
and that was to the second.
VAST CROWDB OF BPBCTATOSB.
Whlle the ntimber of paraders was vaat and
rwyond all pracadant, the numl.er of apeotatora
was far gr-at-r. All the trains from uptown
w.-r- .rowded from an early hour Ir. the mornlng,
while the Brooklyu trains were In a state of con
*? ?sti.ni that even they have seldom equalled.
From the Jers-y shore eame many thousanda,
whlle all the Mburban towns of Long Ialand fur?
nlshe.l large representatlons. The clty waa la
holiday ar^ay, but II was a unlque holiday and a
BOtqoa array. Holtdftya usually see the huslneaa
seetlons of the citj- desert-d and lonesome. Vea
torday th-y ware Blled to tha curba and over with
a bustllng. cager and good- latuivd thnng.
The good spirlts <>f the crowds were retleeted ln
thelr raiment. whleh, In th- case ..f the women,
was of thelr brlght-st. and in the caee of tha
men was often dacorated uith howa of red. whtta
and biue, or with ribbOfM ol yallOW, atandlng for
Hundreds of pedestrians carrled amall flags.
whleh they waved whenavar some d;vislon of tha
parade pleased them eapcclally, and that waa
pretty often. Varioua d \ i. ea were tmployed ln?
order to get the better views of the paradera.
Som^ peopla obtatnad high otaplatfdarg) others
drygooda b..xes. Stlll others stood on fences and
wlndow ladgea, and if the wtndowa were remark
able for the flags that flew from them, they wera
atill more remarkal.!- f..r the faoea that looked
from th?-m. Iti the l.u-in-ss seot'on along tha
route of the march Btoraa ware kept open and tho
wlndows wt-re glven up f..r th? use of the femala
employes of the rarloua Jlnr.s, who were not slow
to utlllze the advantag-s offe-red them. Up along
Flfth-ave. every wlndow shovved its faves. Tha
roofs of the big apartment-houses. f portlcoea
and the flre-eseapos of th? hotels and offVe hulld
lngs all had thelr oceupants, whl' it kept tha
pollee ab-rt to pre-,e>it the treea ln the parka at
Washlngton and Madlaou Squares from bea.ing
NO I.ONO WAITS.
It was about 10:30 o'elork wh?n the Receptlon
Commlttee, headed by the chalrman. Charlea H.
Wobb. met the Invlted guest* and the offlelal re
vlewers at the Flfth Avenue Hotei and eacorted
them to the stand on the ea.?r slde of Flfth-ave.,
opposlte the hotel. The long walt to whlch
people have hecome aocuatoou d ln the matter of
big proeesslons dld not take plaee yesterday. At
10:80 the head of the sound-money hoata could
be seen eomlng up the av.nue, and It was only
flve mlnut-s later when the platoon of mounted
poiue caaterad gTaeefully along in front of Gar
ret A. Hobart. Qoveraajr M^rton. Tlmothy L?
Woodruff and the Invlted gueata who atood by
OBNBRAL I'Okii.ks AIM'KARANCE.
Itehind the poMce eame Qencral Horaoe Portar.
the grand inarshal, wearlng Um hroad biue aaah
of hls ofliee, and rlding a grareful l gy horae,
whose dainty f?t s.t-mcl \ight as alr as ha
eapered pmudly up the avenue. The General,
to whoac Judgm-nt and sklll the aueiessful for
matlon and parfectly smooth movenient of tha
thou.san.ls were in ur.-at part du-. sat hla horae
gracafully, aaluUng the reviewers, acknowled#>
ing the che?-r.s tiiat graatad him, and looking
every Im h the aoldtar that h- <s.
A niiunt-d eacorl of 100 well-known cltlzena
ImnrrtHilately followed OegttlBl I'orter, hls chleC
of ataff, A. Noel Blake.-nan, and hla ohlef of
alds, L. Curtis Brackett. preiedlng the only
carriage In the whole llne, in whlch sat Mayor
Strong and ex-Mayor Hewltt. Behlnd the car?
riage walk?d the Kxecutlve Commlttee of tha
Bualneaa Men'a Sound Money Aasoclatlon, and
followlng a llttle dlatance came the Wholesala
Dry Oooda Kepublkan Club, the flrat organlza
tlon of the many that came cfter of whoaa
offleera, formatlon and general compoaltlon Tha
Tribune yeaterday mornlng prlnted a full and
Hour after hour the pageant swept by tha