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H i put tho fine in hl bnnd." tho tumultuous . I iriitlinilnclnthn ciillerlesiolloit, "Hllli Mill , V , K HUH" uiilll thnl'lnvelniid men Lecan to shout U J tin- nninu of tin ("c-1're-lilotit, ami the mott H i 3' unseemly wvl r'nn tic o .tulitiou irutmlii1. f Af'ot nwlilloD'HiDleklnsiiiiln'Kiiiito Imllftto H ) h j', Ltnit.-Onv. Minehan. nh.l rnn nliout tlin wIk- ' ' -K wamllkoft lion Willi Hit honil put oil. It was i bi 4- "nlit thnt hi) wns ttjlnc to cot tlio If I . , Cleveland f'.reM to lii.lt upon notnl H H : nallns tlu'ir man dtirlnc that noslon. H g '?; Tlio next hhoutms wns for Carlisle jjjf . .7 It wn Interrupted by Mr. Champmnii of H ff.ti, , l1, Ohio, who mounted n chnlr. and moved that H 'I?' ' ft Col. John It. 1'cllows address, tho Convention. U' 1 Tlio miich-nl oral .r. who looks HkoV. T. liar B 1 jL I f. num. shook hit head, hut Owens, tho Chatr H 5-' : man, sent a commltlco tolilm to escort him to H '! Uhi iiliilform. 'i'lio cohiralttoo debated with R.tV' ' I'ollotts. but ho would not mount tho pint H 1 S form. Ho jumped on a ohnlr, nnd said that km' when the time came that tlio djlecntcs could l. x wltli propriety oxpross their sentiments ho p J lululit havohometlilnKtosay. jj'jj hi John ljimb. Chairman of tho Committoo on H "r t- Crnd' titlnK made Ms nport. sctlllnir n very I ,' ' U few oontostH for seals. The nntl-.niippnrs from ' 'f Kew York mndo no piotest, and them was H r i nothing: Impoitant or sensational In thond H i ;, i jucllcition of tin party dlfVorenco. While tho ' t' . repoit was bnlns read tho usual trl-dally rain H , 4. ' ntiirin blackened I lio ky nml burst upon tho H '.' f v wlijwam. hmnMiirKiiess took tho place of B ' iiuiibhlne. and tl 0 mob that was running tho H j i Demooraiic parly olninorod for elootilo lltfhtfl. B . Thob.ind played "Dixie.'-und thoSouthemori B ( r yelled out al tho lop of liielr voices. Tho rain B hliRod on tho roof, tho darknott crow darker, B ' orid the jiolitlolans sat holplossly waltinc for Bj BOIlietlllllC to llAppon. Bb Tho Chiilrinnn otthoCommltleo on Orsanl- Bf I 1 ration naiiiod Vt. J. WINon. tho Wet-t MrctnU B turllT reformer, for 1 ermnnent Chairman. Mr. Bf' AVIlson mounlid tho platform, and drownli I i ; , ojosupon him beeausohol.i known to botho B y . nreut favorlto of (1 1 over C)ooland. nnd la H v Oioucht to bo tho man Cleveland would hnvo j (, 1 lliod for Vlce-l,reldcnt. Wilson is ncolleira B ji 1 Froslilent. but ho l-'okolllion clorymnn. Ho ' wore a white necktlo. such as tho pooplo in - ; tho offcto 1'ni.t put on at (lienor timowithn ft, dressthult. Ho worea whllo est. blnek coat B Jf iind trousera. and a badco surh as Oor B r ; 1 maim wear at n lancet match. 11 in hair, B , ' eyebrow, ami moustucho uro nil of ono B M color, and that It no oolor tit alL B L- S A look of hair In fiont fell down over hii fore B . J- J head, nnd a cowllek stood up in the back. His Bk f 9' oyoo wcro more than hilf cloned, as If ho had Bw' 1 i not been to bod. and were Mink deep back In B4'( ' hlaheivl. llomndon vory tuklnjrspcooh. Ho B J,J l B' Is n natural and cifted or.tlor. 'ihoso who I ,f' , J. haTooIlen heard him in C'lnurons say that ho J' jj, Jj tras not at his bent Ho lent no humor to Ida H' ' addrnss. thouch ho iisaid to bo fond of fun. j( f ' !' Bo talked almost wholly about taiilT. and B i- , i atiowod tho Convention that this yo.ir with B r: J, llarrison acaliiht C'lcolnnd wo ni to hao B je & nothlnc now on the stump, nothlnc but tho i '' ' dreary old speeches and arguments that wo IF I (t. tired of years ai;o. B ( 5 ' WlU'D the rain cleared away and tho sun '. 'i' camoout nii 1in.11 lilth ilvulol tih'klodthroUKli I j? ' ji tho roof and kertu kn it of men mtltii; undr B I t c their umbroMiis. Tho p dlco were vory tlilel: K L. ' In tho h.ill. They wore dioMSed jut like Now $"!; ' Yotk policemen, but they looked ridiculous. lit1 t' f ' It Is n curious thlni; that tho costume of tho ?. S l' New York police is Imitated all over tho United fflt ft." I States, and yet no body of men lok well In It Bi.K'. ' !i except tlio Sew Yot!;crJ. The-i C'liicau'o &' ' police likoi-taso sill o-. Tboy lemlnd a New 1 v ' Yorkerof tho people who take thep.ut iTth ffiCr. ' "rF' "onuin citizen and tho n-cond Itoinnc ?S j -' citizen in the play of "Julius Cttiit. &p '; Wllsun said a funny thine in hli speech. Ho &, r u raid that thn p.trt of tho lieiuucrney tl.i year fe)K j ; wa to batt 0 fui the under doi;, and some WijP people in tho uuillenco took tho opre!slnn as i& I lw B veiled reference to Mr. Cleveland. WINon's !;&' if peroration afected tho disorderly Conven on fi J if vory loel'y so mucl1 ho llat even tho Now r If h Yorkois cheered hlra enthuslastloiilly. Gov. SR ? Flower leadlnc thuin by jumpiuB on u chair if P 1& and wuvinc hN straw hut. Ko many straw i' Sv f 3 hats and so munr f.uis Wero briindUhed aboe 'fyf P tho multitude tlyit tho treat hall lookod like a $m H' oorn field In a windstorm. H&v iljV Tho unavoidable man with a presentation wl ' fii' sTBTel mado his way to tho front of tho plat- Kto" if '4 form and said Romethinc which occupied llvo iffir f 1 sf minutes, and not . 1 word of which win heatd. "T I' yk'A The leidor mur understand that throushout f ty $ all thooperutlons of the Convention Hie ital- '' lories wero hootlnc and Inllooinc chociln,? ): ' and hlssdnir. calllnc forsieakeri, nppl.i-illnc i ?j the names of candicliites. and bphavins liko L'Ci" t," . so mnny Whyos; nnd tho reader must under- it-'i IC"" stand also that tho utterly lnelllcient CrJair- , !' man wns in tho habit of Etandins up every llvo fa M minutes, siiylns so-netbing which onl he and tJj i c tho Creator of tho universe coulil either hear ?S& 'Jj or comPrehcnd. Thero stood Mr. l'helps jW.V St V ' Missouri, with a cnel mado In pre- H clsely tho shape ot a bunust.irtor, with ICitg n hoad of sjlld zinc brandMilnc his EJ fv" toy at tho Chairman. When lie cot throuch ' fee Jj, with his rantomimu Chilrman Wilson tried m" to clvo his thanks for tho buncstarter. A Mr. .JMf ('" 0 Rl- I'ou' n r'el1 nlan w ho cets his dls- ' alpatlon bylluurlnc In public meeting, h ic- K t'r needed In pre duclnc a moment's mil. t. Ilmlld 'Waff' this 1 y a dumb show iipjieal for miler. 'I hen Wp t$ Mr. Wilson said that Mr. l'holps ot Missouri 'S ?l na Prosetited tho c.ivpl to tho Convention, B" b and that It was mado of zino from Missouri, 'fBr ani' tlmt " was no' "'' "1,lt "'" "omlneo of tlu $ Convention should, when elected President. ftJ r1 Uf0 "m snvel to knock the duty on zinc out of W? Jjs tho protective tun II laws of the country. Ej Mr. Wllsou then called lor each Male In ssnd K J' up Its represenliillvo foi- membeisblp on tho HF L. National Committor. Tho roudlnc clerk hecan 1H A the roll call nilh a seiles ot yells fur what ho ,? oalled "Alljbuniimor." Of course, Alabama ?JV was not ready, and id ono respoudod for it. ;$r It would belircMirnototell tho reideisof Tiik Vcfe Bun how iriMiilably just such helplessness V2, ty prevailed, no matter what tho Convention tiled tr to do. Thero neerwns soon In the United $2 f Btates so rickety and llmpa citherlncof l)eni- 6? V ociats. Tho project of oiginizlnjrit new Xh- Ij .i tloual (Jommlitoe was apparently abandoned, "VJ 1? tor nothlnc more was heard iibont It. W tp V Tlio actual innstots of tho Convention In the T i ? (jallorlos yelled for Campbell, and tho band 9$' ' I?. played "Tho Canipl ells nro Comlnc." Tho J!?r V' natty and cullant-looklncox-Ooveruorof Ohio, f&i'B 'I C- wl '" ono ' ''"' '0,v won '" "l0 'e8t w'10 Afic ''ti '' knows how to dress llko a cosmopolitan, and ip V -V who would look as well In London as in Chilll- ?i?"r i'l ' oothe, mado his iipiiearincp, bowlnc nnd smll- y f (r lac upon tho platform, nmld tho thundnrous rf?li X flhoorlnc of tho mob. )Io had no uIm' el i Wieech to make, and so ho simply said Km f ' 'lu BUt' 01't"' "1!U CJinlruiiin Wilson fcjjff ci j wanted to tiotout tho whMo Demoeintie mo- Br ' nncene. nnd. as ho was used to evhlbltlni; BE himself, ho did not mind dolnc so on thispeca- Bf,c slop. Campbell couldn't bo heard live foot Bfi' 1 from tho platform. Ho talked nnd then dlsnp- Byts j, Y jpoured, bowinjrand wavlnc hh hal, cnculfed WW- i ' by tho racket of tho calleries. Tho cnllery mpty n' mnnacors of tho Democrntlo jmtty next called B p, l' for W. N. Hopsol of rnnnsylvanln. the astuto V s.i champion ofJ-nneaMor county, which usunllr m$, fl , cives IO.0U0 IlepubJIcnn majority. Instead K't j.1',1 of calllnc upon ."Ir. Ilcnuel, tlin Chulrmun KM Ni namod him and I)ais of Ohio as a Bi Ai committoo to wult on tho Committee on iteso- ljS, A" lutlons nnd nsU them If they hod the idntform Wj( ; rl ready. Of cour-o they did pot lmo tho plat. &'$ ' form roady. Tho committoo did not find thorn B)jJ nnd tho Convention heard nothlnc more about W'&)' i It. Thoriot In tho callorles swallowed up this yi'i huslnefsjust as It swallowed ovonthlnc elso BiM. " durlnctheday. Bi ' ,n" 'J"ho ceneinl uttujtlon had now for eomo K: ' frj ralnntes been concentrulod upon n very busy II; M. lot of men who blocked tho middle nlslo of tho ill 14 Wicwain.aloncsldo of tho New York deleca- 11 -A "'' Uotu ''''""lrjiwondeioij what was colnc IfcV V& on. to thoy wont and swelled tlio crowd. I,m K ' $ Uanuol UlikiiiRou was In tho thick of It. tulk- Ik -I tnoeryeainestly. Ho was holdlnc confer- Biu nc wllh C.umnir friends with a view to it' ? cm; l tho Cim,.itioU tonomliiatoClevel.ind KUi t "to,1-'fhoNowYjrl.ers.lrnttttodandubused. WW saw throuch the bihuuie, andUourkeCockrun MK 1 arose in his iiluco, and with fluslilns ejtrs and Prl -. earnest tones cried out to tho lucompe- LMMtatV toatOlmlriuun and protested llxut ltwuslm- pos:il to carry on tho work ot n National ln:ivntlun wh'le cnuctnes were to bo held In tho aisles and public conversations wero to dhiiirb whole dolecntlons. "I domand that the aisles b cleared," said he, " I cannot hear ono wotd that has boon said. For my part I do not know what has been dono hero to-day." Don Dickinson stood besldo him. tVil. I'ollows. Mayor (Irnnt, Mr. Murphy, nnd Gov. 1 lowor clustered around Mr. Cockrnn. nnd by their nodsof approval suMalncdJilm 'n his demand for order. Cockrnn was a strlklnc flcuro. and tho calleries becan to call upon him torn speoch. Ho shook his lion-llko locks, but tho mob that dlecracod tho Convention nnd made it a farco nnd n mockery continued to yell for him. Mr. Cockran turnod to thorn nnd snld comothlnc very emphatically, but what It was no ono could tell so crcat was the uproar that had continued almost over sltico the Winwam wns opened. Timo nnd tlmo ncnln tho citlod Concressman. ralslnc his li.imls Implorlncly. tried to cot aheailnc. but every tlmo wns met with yells of "l'latforml" "I'latforml" "Tnko the plat form '"and a tumult of disoidorly noises. At last, bv patloneo, Mr. Cockrnn won sllenco fro'n tho mob. "I evpect to have business with this Conentlon later on," said ho. "I have nothltit: to sny to It now." A noisy whis per ran mound the calloiles that ho meant to 1 1 ami it Inferred that ho was colnc to nomi nate DaUd It. Hill with n rlnclnc upeocli, and thouch this was not tho fuel, the crowd par doned him. Last of all. Don Manuel Dickinson moved Hint the Convention adjourn until 5 o'clock in thentternoon. Heacnalono knows what tho rcji'inso of tho delegates was when Chairman Wilson put the motion to u vote. Tho cnllory. Intoxicated with Its success In runninc the Domocratlo party, yelled "No. no. no nd iuurnmrnt." and that was all the dolecatos or anybody elso heard until Chairman Wilson announced tho motion carried nnd tho Con vention adjournod. It took exactly throo-quarters of an hour to cot out of tho rickety old Wlcwain. Thon the 'JO.OOO dolecatos and spectators were com pelled to wado throuch puddles of mud and wutor up to their anklos. Tho dolecatos wcro tlrod and dlscustod. Tho callory cods, who havo been fod on cheap Convention tickets n nluly throuch the cupidity of the Chlcaco tradespeople, wero In ocstncles. Kvery Chlcaco drummer has his pockets loaded with Convention tickots. His oinplnynra contributed a pro rata share of tho oxponso to build this barn-llko WIcwara. and they had demandod tho pound of flesh In to turn. All tho boor saloons close by tho Wlc wnm havo tickets for sale. All this is simply In koej Inc with tho manacomont ot tho whole The l:vrnlnc HesMon. When tho Convention reassombled nt 5 o'clock thoro was a dense mass of oarboilod humanity beneath Its woodon roof. As far ns thueyo could see every avnllable clmlrwas taken, and thero must hnvo been several hun dred more than UO.IIOO Democrats laughing nnd sweat inc. the bulk of them In their hhlrt sleeves and nil of them read ' tor a nlelit of excitement and hilarity. Vortho first tlmo In ninny moon tho bilcht sun pnited tho heavy clods that havo hunc over this city slnco early in tho princ. and while it freshened tho dead, moist air u llttl. It only increased tha heat. Thousands of fans wero wnvlnc. and the sunllcht shlnlnc throuch tho spaces be neath tho temporary roof, which had allowed tlio rain yesterday and this mornlnc to fall upon tho heads of tho delocates. mado queer pictures o. tho walls und in tho upturned faces of tho nist crowd. Tho Convention had met to hear tho report of tho Committoo on Itesoluttons. but it was not known whother tho platform was ready. TnoCloe!and mon. whoso strcneth had been oncronehi-d upon, woro nervous aid anxious, and encor to brine matters to n crisis. Tho creat audienco was exiiectant and anxious also, and as rainuto alter minuto rslled by and tho Convention wns not calli d to order cries from tho platform wont up. nnd tho nttompt of tho mornlnc to cet favorite orators on tho platform Tras rer.owed. but ncnin with out snecesj. Tho managers of the Cleveland nnd tho nntl-Cloveland forces wont about amone tho dolecatos, stiffenlnc them up and prcparinc them to stand Arm for tho battlo to como It was 5:.10when Chairman Wilson, in his feoblo way. rapped tho meetlnc to order with tho Missouri zlno envoi nnd introduced the Itev. Thomas Oreen of Codar Itnplds. w ho sent up to heaen an eloquent but lone prayer. When ho i!d amen the delecntes and crowds In tho cnllo loi applaudod vlcorously. not knowlnc what elso to do. Acaln tho Con vention lapsed Into dlsordor nnd Inuc tlon. and acaln tho mnnaccrs went to work amone tho delecatcs. Tho aisles soon boenmo crowded and tho blc po licemen wero helpless In restorlnc order. Tho Convention was entertained nt this point by a llttlo hurrah cotton up by tho Ohio dole catos in honor of (Jov. Campboll. who has his llchtnlnc rod erected just as McKInloy did at Minneapolis, boplnc to bo struck by tho votes or tl.o men opposed to tho nomination of Cleve land. Whep the ovation to Campbell wns over an obscuiodelocato arose and moved an ad journment. He was outvoted by about 10,000 to, and subsided Into his corner a sadder and a wisor man. Then tho blc-lunced John Towor of the upper peninsula ot Mlchlcnn, Instigated by tho always busy and tho always picturesque Don Manuol Dickinson, nnnnuucod In n sten torian to no that ho was authorized to say that the l'latform Committoo would be ready to submit its report In llftoen minutes. This was pleaslne information, but it was Incorroct. for It was nearly forty minutes before tho plat form was ready. In tho mean tlmo tho bund sent a llttlo olioorinto tho henrts of tho por splrlnc crowd by plnyinc national airs, whllo nc.iln the loaders renewed tho work of pro pnrlnc for the real battle. Thlncs beeanjo 60 stupid during tho Interval of waitlnc that tho crowd applauded at anythlac. oven chine a loud cheer when tho olcclrio llehts wero turned on to counteract the effect of the rapidly crowinc dnrkness without. With tho illumination of tho great bulldlnjr cams another cannon boom, and tho smooth faced Ciovernorof Ohio, tnklnc ndvnntncoof his opportunity, made a formal call upon oil dolecatlons not commlttod to tho Bupport of drover Clevoland. As ho shook hands with tho Clinlrmnn of each dolecatlon. accompa nied l.y bis Ohio friends, ho was mado the cen tro of an enthusiastic hurrah. In which the 1:0.000 spectators joined just to mako thlncs lively. Gov. Campboll has for two days held thirty votes of tho Ohio dolecatlon ready to bo transforred to tho anti-Cleveland column, nnd did not hesitate to dlcplay his willlneiiess to be the beneficiary of tho anti-Cleveland votos. Whon tho Campboll boom was over tho bund j.liiyed "America." Chairman Wilson then announced that Jonos, tho Whiskers Jonos of St. Immr, Chairman of tho Commltteoou l'esolutjons, was ready to re port. Jones provoked a storm from tho first word he uttered. Ho was disposed to rood his report nt first. Then ho said ho would havo It rend for him, an ho wuntod to stand nsldo and domand tho previous question alter tho plat form had been road. This was mot with a storm of "noes." und I'atlerson of Colorado, n menibor of tho committee, jumpod up on tho platform, and in a lcorous voice declared that ho would not st ind a motion for tho pre vious question; that ho had a minority report, and, furthermore, that ho should read it. Ho was heartily cheered. Mr. Vilas started to rend tho platfoim, and when ho came to a rof orunco to "the lone line of Presidents from Madison to Cleveland." the lonc-oxpoctod Cleveland outburst took placo. Jt was won derful, It racodforquitnflfrocn minutes, and is uotllkolytobooutdonobyanydeuioniitrHtionof the kind In this Convention. Llko nlot of bowl ine del visiles tho 'JO.ilOO people cheered a banner bearlnc portraits of Cloveiand pre clsely as if Jt wero an idol and they wor paean worshlpjiers. llanners. lints, canes, umbrellas, tuns, and handkerchiefs wero frun-tK-ully waved, umid tumultuous cheers. Mich- r loan flauntod Its Cloveiand banner, and tho Holes men shook their cnslcn in Its fnco. It wasaitront demonstration. At oerir lull In tho cheers a fresh outburst rnrao. Tho Mlch lcnn men waved tho Clovolnml banner eo vlc orously that It went to smlthoreens. Then tho cheers stopped. It took butn momont to patch up tho banner, nnd whon It was acaln t," tho yolllnc nnd cheorlncworo ronowed. Tho band chimed In with nntlohnl airs. Don Dlok inson nnd Hnrrlty dlrocted tho Clevoland ban ner to bo plnntod In tho faces of tho doleca tlons. and the choerlnc was enhanced by theso tactics. Tho racket lasted ten minutes. Mr. Vilas was attentively listened to as ho pro ceeded to rend tho platform. Tho pollen contlnuod to cut a Croat and un usual fieuro In tho wlewam. The Hun docs not remember a pnrallol with this feature in any National Convention. Tho hall has been liberally dotted with policemen. nB If It wcro a cnthotlncotAnnrchlsts. and tho pollco havo been pushlnc tho leaders of tho Democracy nroundnslf they woro sports at a clovo con test. From tho press seat tho reporters havo seen ex-Muyor Graco told to sit down. They hnvo seen pollcomon ordor Mr. Whltnoy not to block up tho nblos. and they havo seen tho pollco force open the coats of scoros of mon In order to mako suro that thoy had badcea nnd wero entitled to bo present. All thoso actions hnvo been dono with cood nnturo on both sldc, but tho caso Is none tlio loss peculiar. Whiskers Jonos stopped forward and said that In behalf of tho commltteo ho moved tho ndoptlon of tho platform. Larry Mcado of Ohio opposod tho motion, nnd said that ho had not ncrood with his collencuos on tho com mittee. Ho offered an nmendment declnrinc tho McKlnley tariff to bo aciandfraud nnd robbery. His umendmont demands a tariff for rovonue only. Ho was wildjy cheorod, Concressman Cockrnn and tho Now Yorkers iumplneon chairs nnd leading tho cheorlnc. On motion of Concressman Cockran the Moado amendment was road a second tlmo by tho clork ot tho Convontlon. Durlnc tho circus tho dolocntcs and specta tors sweltered In tho boat Mon of distinction In their own localities walked about without coats. Indeed, halt tho delecatos wero In their shirt sleovo-. Tho rcroadlnc of tho clauso In tho platform concornlnc tho torlll showed that thero was no material dllToronco tetvvven It nnd Meado's substitute. Tho cal lory cods set up n howl. Thoy yelled "Stilko It out!" " Strike it out 1" refcrrlnc to tho elauso In Whlskors Jones's platform. The cods fa vored tho dlreot nnd strong lancuaco of Meado's amendment Meade, In a speoch, baoked up his amondment. Ho snld that tho princlplo of tariff roform and tariff for rovonuo wns moro than four yenrs old. Ho laid creat stress upon these latter words, and thus Indicated that tho Democrntlo party had dlscussod these ques tions lone boforo Cloveiand was over heard of. A vory obvious purposo of tho flcht on tho tariff clauso wns delny for tho purpose of dis rupting; tlio Cleveland ranks. Tho Cleveland people becan to co it. nnd hooted nnd hissed Meade, domandinc that tho platform bo adoptod. Thcso cries wero answered by de mands for Wattorson. the man who refused to servo on tho riatform Commltteo. Wnttersoncame forward, and, nmld cheers, faced tho creat audionco. Hodcclurod that ho would not speak until tho clork of tho Convontlon had rend tho tariff plank of lHTfL It was read. It Is tho plank on which Tlldon ran nnd won. It Is re ported that Wattorson wroto this jilank whllo Cleveland was an obscuro lawjor In lluffalo, eleven yoars before Cloveiand is-,uad his mes sneo. Mr. Watterson's references to Tlldon wcio enthusiastically cheered. Indeed, his whole speech wns hcnrtily received. Ho de nounced the plank In Jones's roportllo called It n monstrosity nnd advised tho Blmple. lucid, nnd true amendment offered by Meade. Ho succosted that the whole matter bo recom mitted to tho Committoo on Hosolutlons, Thero wero volleys of noes from tho calleries nt this and then Mr. Vilas took tho lloor. Ho declared that no man moro than ho ncrood with Mr. Meade's clear-cut sentences de nouncing tho Itepublican tariff. Ho read from Watterson's spoech in 1884, nnd cuyed Wat torson. insistlnc that Wa'tcrson at that time uttered sentlmonts on tho tariff almost identi cal with tho-io usod in tlio tariff plank sub mitted by the majority of the committee. Tho callorles startod In to hoot and yell. Mr. Wattorson waited for a chance to reply to Vllns. nnd when It came ho cot out of tho predicament Vilas had put him in with creat adroltnes3. Ho said that In 1884 tho party wns torn with strife over tho tariff, and after fifty-two hours of bitter discussion tho plank VIlaBroforrod to as supportod by him (Wattor son) wns tha best Unit could be cot. Since then thero had been two Democratic tariff bills and a reform messaco by a Domocratlo Fresldont. "nnd," Bald WatterBon. "now in 18!i:?. I say. my God! is It possible that wo must accopt tho straddlo of lbH4." Amid nil tlio excitement William C Whitney was at ono end of n tolocraph wire runninc Into Cleveland's cottage at Uuzzard's Day. Telecrams at tho rate of fifty an hour jassed between the two men. Wilson, the inefficient Chairman, could not koop order. He rnppod his cavel listlessly, and then in despair touched nn electric bell direction tho band to play. Cockran. Collins, nnd Phoehnn stood In tho main aisle with uplifted hands demanding to bo recocnized. Mr. Whitney's ap parent nervousness attracted attention, and. coupled with tho strong demand for n reiectlon of tho Cleveland turilf plank, led to n rumor that tho Cloveiand party woro beaten In the first contost. But Hnrrlty. Dickinson, and tho others woro calm enough to mako publlo judemor.t pause. There was great ten sion and inton60 muffled oxcitemont. It was as if every ono scented tho battlo so long wnltod for. Tlio dcloc-atos wore bo visibly excited that when tho call ot tho roll beenn hundreds kept bobbing up to hear tho responsos. Their nnxloty was shown In their faces, nnd their Intorost was ox prnssod In cheers nnd yolls that woro sent to and fro botween tho Cloveiand and nntl-Clovo-lnnd men as each sido was tickled The first Stat os sent up creat blocks of noes to xtninmt tho platform and the Cleveland sldo. hut thoro came equally great nnd unexpected custs of nyes for tho anti-Clovoland gratification. Il linois broke, and Missouri nnd Kontucky voted solidly ncainst tho platform, and Indiana di vided her votes nmld mingled applause and hlsslne. New Yotk, by the voleo of Gov, Flowor, ca6t her 72 votes for the Bubstit uto. When Pennsylvania vrnn called thero was creat oxcitemont because Heueol. the Chnlr man, cast Its 04 votes solidly "No," or for the platform. Ex-Senator Wallace, quivering with nncor. protested that fifteen votos against tho majority had beon stifled and silenced. Ho snld his suverolgnty nnd cttlronshlp wero affrontod nnd outrneod. Ho demanded that hlsvoto ho recorded acalnst the Chairman's responso. Mr. Honsel, with his fnco in flamed, roared out that If tho Chair wanted to know how Pennsylvania wns instructed to act ho would clve tho Information. Wal luco nskod how his voto was to bo recorded, nnd Chairman Wilson snld ho hnd no prece dent how formor Conventions hud acted In such a case. Thoro woro yolls nnd cat cries as ho said thlJ. llonsol then unnounced Hint I'onnsylvnnla had resolved to voto as n unit, and until she reconsidered this obllcntion ha was obliged to rocord the mnjorlty vote ns tho voto of all tho delegates. Ho was nindaudod loud and Jong, and hissed n little. Then Mr. Wallace trlod to protost ucaln, but was yollod down by tho gallery, South Carolina nnd Texas voted nyo against tho platform, nnd Virginia split In half. Wis consln, under tho unit rule, cast twenty-four votos "no" without protostfrom tho minority, Tho count was uwulted with Intorost. and whllo tho secretaries wero counting the hull buz.oj with oncer talking. The announce ment from tho desk was that the uyes. or Cloveiand men. numbered Mi, whllo the noes numbered U52, showing a majority of 212 acalnst tlio Cleveland jdnnk. New York Mood up en ajufesu when tho voto was announced, and Commissioner Martin led In giving throo cheors for Henry Watterson. The next contost wasovortho stiver plank. Patterson of Colorado spoko for the minority report. Thero wns much confusion, nnd aftor ordor was rostorod Patterson created groat lauchtor by oxplulnlnc that tho doolslon In tho commltteo was covored by a division over a single word with flvo lottors. that word bolng "froe." Aftor the lauah ter had subsided ha eorreotod his arithmetic and wont on with his appeal for tho adoption ot his froo coinage substitute, llo mado a long speoch which somowhnt tlrod tho Convontlon. nnd thoro wero froquent cries of "Timor tlmol" from all parts of tho hall. This mndo rattorson mad. and ho said that in spite of tho dlsordor he would mnkohlmsolf hoard It It took all nlcht ThoConvontlon was becoming vory wonry, and tho Chair was unable to prosurvo ordor. Dolcsats Mo Kenzlo of Kontucky protostod against tho speech from Coloiado bolng mado nt this timo. and moved tho reference of tho wholo subject to tho committee. Without so much ns notlclnc tho Interruption, Patterson coolly proceodod with his speech nmld great disorder. Again ho started In, and again the hisses and crlos ot " Timo" wero renowed. Ho nt lonclh got somo npplauso by referring to tho"dIscrncofulsnuabblo"atthoMlnneapolls Convention, nnd closed with nn appeal for a "froo btmetalllo convention." Thoro woro cries forDanlolof Virginia when Patterson sat down, but the Chair ignorod them and putthe quostlou on tho adoption ot Pattorson's substltuto plank. It was votod down by a storm ot noes. The platform was thon adopted as a wholo. It was exactly OH o'clock when tho Chnlr mnn nunouncod that it was now In order to call tho roll of States for tho nomination for candidates for tho Presidency. A grent up roar followed. A dozen Now Yorkers loapod Into tho nlslo. ami Don Dickinson and many others began to mako motions, nono of which wore heard. V lion Arkansas was called that Stato yielded Its place to Now Jersey. Gov. Loon Abbett aroso and took tho platform to speak for Grovor Clevo land. He said he presented tho nnmo of ono born on New Jersey soil, who hns twice received tho electoral voto of that State. Ho said that Now Jorsoy would novor present tho nnmo of a man thoy did not boltovo could bo elected. Grovor Clovolund cnrrled tho State In 1NS4 and in lbbU and will do so again In 1MJ2. A grout demonstration followed the montlon of Cleveland's name. All tho dolecatos except tho New Yorkers, tho Iowans, fifteen Ponnsyl vanlans, nnd a few others stood up in their chairs. The tamo old Mlchlcnn ban ner was held aloft, tho pooplo swung their hats and fans in tho air. and tho band played "Ta-ra-ra Doom-do-aye." Althouch It was 11 strong band. Its musio was nearly mulllod under tho olUnc, screaming, and whistling mon. All tlio peoplo in the cal leries stood up and umbrellas woro opened. To udd to the confusion, portraits of Clovo land. spenrod on tho ends of walking sticks, wero held up. and presently a roar as of n roll inc clap of thunder on tho praiiles was started by tho cnllery peoplo pounding out ho lloor with their feot. Tho noUowns proloncod. but it was not tho snmo applause that Cleveland got In ISisS. It was largely jiorfunctory. and ro serabled thnt for Illaino In Minneapolis u few dnysneo. It lasted only Hv, minutes in full volume, and then calmed down so that tho Chairman's gavel, sounding for ordor, was plainly heard. Then Leon Abbott's voice was heard acaln. as ho continued Ids speoch. Ho said every Democrat in tho land would vote lor Cloveiand. Ho was stopped by yells of "No I" and theso wore drowned by Cleveland cries. Tho Govornor of New Jersey squared himself, filled his luncs. nnd yelled: "I Bay overy Demoorat 1" His pluck and earnestness cnrrled tho multitude, and It roared applause. Ho said that the majority of a Convention rep resents tho publlo will, nnd the majority of the delecatos here want Grover Cleveland. He becan to nnmo tho crent mon tho party pos sesses, nml when ho mentioned Dnvld 1). Hlil at least 1100 delecntes aroso, and tho calleries bandied loud yells from ono side of tho houso to tho other. Miochan was tho only Now Yorker who was not cheoring. Ho was still In tho aislo chaslug delegates. Thoy cavo Hill a splendid tribute. It wns maintained longer than that for Clovoland. and was ovon moro emphatic Dr. Mary Walker, back of tho platform, trlod to imltato Mrs. Carson Lako's performance at Minneapolis. She stood up and waved a hand kerchief for sovoral minutes, but sho soon tired and had to sit down, thoueh. without censing to feebly wave her white line at tho crowd. Pictures of Hill wore broucht In and held nbovo tho Now Yorkers. Tho clamor was terrific, but it takoj votos to count in a Convention, and, alas, only Now York and Iowa wore solidly swelllnc tho noiso. Tho creat body of the delecntes sat still to tho number of moro than UOO. Hut the ap plause kept on nnd on; it was deafening. It wns annoying. It was voluminous and noisy beyond description. It grew to bo twice as long In duration as that for Clovoland, and whenever it scorned to lag or tho Chnlrman pounded with his gavel, or any ono tried to liiss for sllor.ee. tho noUa was redoubled. To help It along a violent thunder storm burst right ovor tho Wigwam. The light ning blamed tloreely aud the thundor rolled out loud and long. Two young men In ono gallery sang tho peculiar cry of tho Whyo Gang of Now York a plalntlvo yoll of "whyo. whyo." oach tlmo drawn out ns Ions ns possible. On top of thnt two gentlemanly looking mon ut ono sldo of the pit bo can to flcht All tho peoplo turned to look at tho fighters and the police, who wero trying to rostoro order, but nil tho whllo tho yelling continued, tho thundor boomed, tho llchtnlnc blazed, nnd tho "whyo" rang nb vo tho deafening (Jin. Tho npplauso lastod twenty-ono minutes, when tho band begun playing, and tho Chair demanded order. Loon Abbott censed with another mention of Cleveland's namo, and tho babel nnd pande monium broko nut ull ovor acaln, ns It tho two sides woro flchtlnc a duol of yelling. Theraln was torrlflc. but it could not be hoard. Even tho thundor was baroly audible abovo tho up roar, but tho water poured in through the lonky roof and scores of umbrellas were put uji nnd quickly soaked. Tho rain polled down on the Chairman, and as ho rapped fruitlossly for order a man held un umbrella ovor his head. Tho absurdity of this Idlutlo yelling ncalnst time struck every sensible man In tho soakod and dripping hall, but still tho others kopt it up nnd the mana gers wero powerloss to restore ordor, Whon quiet wns rostorod the thunderstorm drovo ovory othor thing nut of mind nnd ac tion. It wns a vory sovoro storm, one of tho worst of thoso that como hore three times a day. All buslnoss was stoppod for fifteen mlnntos. Mr. Sheehnn still remained on his feet and In tho nlslo attracting general atten tion. Ho wore a strained. Intense look, no had not boon seen to smllo for two days. Ho acted as If tho responsibility ot tho situation rested on him Wm. C. Devvltt of llrooklyn took tho plat form to present tho nnmo of David D. Hill, Ho said that tlmSigli Mr. Hill had hold all the honors at tho disposal of tho btnto, his proud est boast btill Is. "I nm a Domoorat" Mr. Duwlttsald If Hill's credentials wero wnntod it was onouch to say that ha had novor been deioated. Ho trustud that ho violated no confl doncoln flnylnethntMr. Hill Is u poormun.and that Is worth n thousutid ouloglos. Ho rnisod a lunch by Buying; "Ho has novor boon popular with tho Ilepubllcatis," Mr. Dewltt pointed to thodehgatlon, houded by tho Govornor, and aid that Jt hud in It tho two greatest Generals of tlio North in tlio lato war. Ho refon ed to Gens. Bicklos and SJocura. Ho had never soon a finer dolecatlon from Now York. Ho spoko of tho rumplsh autl-snappera. nnd suld that thoy had not even naked for admission to the floor. Dovvltt snld we hall from Waterloo, for Now York must be the Waterloo for Harrison torus, nnd ll til is tho Dlucher who can whip htm on that flold. Ho badu tho autl-Cio'oland muu rouicmbar that It took Just 300 Greeks to atop th Ferslan nt Thormopylno. and hobado the 300antl Cloveiand men to stand steady llko n wall of living nnd Impenetrable lira. Tho Chairman noxt Introduced the lion. John it. fellows, for whom tho galleries had yelled nil day. Col. Fellows said It was diffi cult In so creat a Stato as New York to got all tho delecatos to agroe. but to-day sho shows nn nnbrokon front, without a dissenting voleo, nil hor delecatos agreeing In a domand thnt Gov. Hilt bo nominated. Ho said Hill's nnmo Is synonlm for victory, and New York was absolutely essential to tho party's success. Mnko Hill Fresldont glvo htm four years in (he White House, and thero would not bo onouch left ot the Itepublican party to sweep up. Thon Col. Follows uttered a sentiment that got htm roundly htssed. "I don't wonder." said he, "that the Bepub lloans hate him. I don't wonder thnt they aro begging nnd Imploring this Convention to nominate somo othor than ho." Co). Fellows told tho gallery that ho did not hood its clamor, and the gallery rolled back: " We aro as good Domocrats as you nro." Connecticut was callod and said : " Connecti cut soconds tho nomination ot Grovor Clevo land." Tho States woro called down to Illinois, whon Adair E. Stovonson snld that A. W. Groon would speak for tho Stato. Greon began with the wards: "Illinois casts forty-eight votos for Orovar Clovoland: Thnt will be the answor ot Illinois. Unfor tunately ho made a long speech and was hootod by the fatlguod pooplo. Tho Hon. W. F. English, son of the Vice President on tho Hancock tickot. snoko In sup port ot Clevoland. Ho read n letter from Son ntor VoorhoeB, who is indisposed, in support of Clovoland. Tho Hon. John F. Duncombo of Iowa pre sented thnt Stato's fovorlto son, Hornco Holes. When ho camn to mention the namo of Holes, a notable uproar took place, tho New Yorkers helping Iowa to mako a good showing for Its favorite. A big blue and red Boles banner was lugged in. nnd all oyos wore turnod on tho portrait of tho farmer-like, whtio-haired candidate that It showed. Another thunder storm has como up. The crowd is still cheorlnc Holes. Tho cheering nnd demonstration for Boles Increased and extended toall parts ot the hall, rictures ot Boios wero carried around tho hnll. Tho Hill mon began cheering and dlsplavlng pictures of David U. Hill. The Iowans think they aro choerlnc Boles. Cries ot " Tlmo." Pooplo getting tired and ill-tomperod. At 12:18 A. M. Fenton of Kansas took tho platform to socond tho nomination of Boles. Mr. Ochrof Kentucky sccondod Cleveland. Stevenson of 1:2- -cr- on seconding Clovo land Is keeping the Convontlon in a roar of lauchter by his witty sayings. Wattorson of Kentucky soconds tne nomina tion of Holes. IGront cheoring). Louisiana seconds the nomination of Boios. OUTSIDE 1UK niOWAXL TboiKHlid Listen In Ibr Xola Within and Dlsriiaa tile llullrllns. Chicaoo. Juno 22. The perslstonttnlk of tho Tammany men. their positive assertion that they had information from tho Inside that tho antl-Clevclund forces numbered li'M votes, and that these lioO votes would boat tho prophet had its effect on the thousands of the Freak City's visitors who wero not holders of tlckots to tho Convontlon. Tho peoplo wero nervous and expoctant Thoy came in droves to the wlcwum. Ihoy crowded tho stroot so that it was well nlch Impassable. On tho oppobito of tho Btroot from tho wicwam n showman erected a bulletin board, and by an arrangement with ono ot tho press associations got the bulletins that were sont out to tho newspapers and by tho Wootern Union Telegraph Compnny ovor tho country. They wero posted ovory ten or Qfteon minutes. Tho bulletin board sprang into popularity, and was the centro of the crowd. Thoro was little enthusiasm in tho crowd. Tho shouts ot tho twenty thousand ticket holdeis on the. inside oi the ramshackle build ing Uonted out throuch tho seams, but they aroused no demonstration. They simply in creased tho anxiety to, know what It wan all about Thero was just a murmur ot applause when tho news was bullotined that Mr. .Veal of Ohio opposed tho report of tlio majority of the Committee on Resolutions, and thnt there wus u minority report. Tho next bulletin read: The minority t'lMfonn denounrei I'.tpublicaQ proteo tlou iim ii lrtiuii nml demendu A tnrlfl lor rsrrnu only nml taxation ultklenl onl) te pa the exptni or u l.ot.riiuiviit ((-'mimical!) adiuiuUttred Cheers ana hiltca. ureal coutiulus 1 Tho cheors and creat contusion bod beon heuul n minuto before. Thero wero cheers nnd hisses from purts of tho crowd outsido when this bulletin was posted: Motion to lutiLltutH the tariff plunk of tue minority for tlio majority plant. There was a llttlo cheoring at this, and o, llttlo moro when tlio noxt bulletin announced, "Mr. NonI cots up to speak in favor of tho minority plank." Tho crowd all foil to talking then. 'J ho belief that thoro was coming a test voto on this motion was genoral. Tlio nnti Clevcland men said tholr side had precipi tated it nnd that their leaders niUBt cer tainly bo suro of their cround or (boy would not havo done it This talk frlchtcned tho Prophet's ndhoronts. From the crowd outsldo tlio Wicwam tho story flew liko wlid II ro to tho hotels and nil over town that the Hill mon wero on top. From that moment tlio crowd kept increasing until It numbered thousands. Tho argument waxod hot Tho unti-(.'leveland mon wero novor so cocky. They otlert'ii Pots that Clovoland would not be nominatod, and, ttraucely enouch, thoy found no tnktrs. A bulletin nftor bulletin wns posted the ox cltomont increased. 'J ho oontlnued shouting that Was heard from tho Inside added to it Tho nrcumonts grew hotter, and tlmo nnd ncnln the nhouters worn on the point ot precip itating n froo light. Hall a dozen timos blows woio struck, but thorn were mon who kept their tempors and acted as peacemakers. Alter 11wl.U0 the showmau that rnn tho bul letin board, hired a band and sot It outsldo tho door on a platform Tho musio sorvod to soft en tho reelings of tho crowd. It wns just ((o'clock when this showman put up his last bulletin, nnd It created a howl. It read: All timber utilltttni will bo Uiiko, from the etaga In Ide. " That's a Chicago roast." shouted some ono In tho crowd. "Keen on with tho bulletin-." " Don't bo u hog," " We'll pay 1 on to keoji on." "Glvo us a chance at thorn in tho air." and " Damn your platform." woro somo of the other things the crowd sold Tho showman listened and smiled. Throo or four hundred In tho crowd paid tho prloo of admission and wont In. Tim others stayed around and swore for nwliilo: thon thayplouchod their way across hi the Wig wam. For a tlmo the western Union Com pany posted bulletins on tho big barn door, hut thoy were wrltton wltli it pen aud could only ho read by the twenty or thirty nearest tho door. Those told their neichbors. nnd in that way the information siuouil around, but It wasn't in ashnpotocrento any enthusiasm, nnd. be sides, by tho time tho news runohod tho out skirts of the crowd It was distorted into a thousand and one things. A larco part ot tho crowd left after awhile and joined other crowds In front of tho various nwspapor oftloes. Hut tho bulletins wcro get ting a llttlo dry. They kopt tolling only of speonhes. and most pooplo mndo up tholr minds thnt It was going to bs a long talklnc match and doubted nhotlior thoio would bo any vote at nil, and many wont homo or to tho hotels, whore thore nro telecrnph nf 11cb9, and where an occasional bullotln wns posted. The orowa about the Wigwam nt one time numbered not lees than fi.ooo persons. At this writing there aro about 2.500 pooplo thero. Most of thorn havo boen thero since tho opening of the session, nnd they are golug to sllok it out to tho end. ATTEMPT IO BREAK TUB VXIT JIUT.E Derentetl In tha Commute nn Kulra br Vote or an to in. Chioaoo, Juno 22. The Committoo on ltules had a hot sesflloathls morning, tlio morabers In favor of tho unit rulo doolarlug that the meeting held Inonoof the rooms of the wig wam was a snap meeting, called without au thority. This, however, did not prevont Chairman English from proceeding, nnd the arguments were long and pointed. Tho report of a majority of tho sub-commltteo, culling for the abolition of tho unit rule was prcsoutod. together with u minority report against such action, Mr. Clardymsde an Impassioned speech In favor of tho minority roport He said that while many States votod as a unit for certain candidates. It was not Domocratlo to In any way rostrlct the votes of delegates. If stxtoen votes were recorded in favor of u cortaln can didate from any Stato, theso votes should not control tho votos of other men representing othor districts that don't ngroo with thorn. It was stifling publlo opin ion and throttling , freedom of notion. It was undemocratic In ovory sense of tho term. Tho notion of tho commltteo ns It was then constructed, he said, was as much of n aiinpns tho Cleveland, peoplo woro claiming about a New York Hill convention. Nona of tho members but thoso who wero favorable to tho Cloveiand sldo or tho unit rulo woro noti fied whore It wn to bo held. 1 ho creat Statu of New York, with Its unit rule, and vet ready to cast Us vote against It, was not represented. Ho bolloved thnt it was essential that they should bo consulted nbout It. Messengers woro sent out fitter Mr. Bnlnos of Now York nnd others fnvorablo to the causo of abolition, but thov eould not bo found. Mr. Clnrdy asked for delay, ns did tho members from California. The Inttnr tonro sontativo sold thnt tho btato of California Is under the unit rulo to-day. bocnuso It wants to be. but ho did not bollovo In stlfllnc ,nny man's personal wishes or disenfranchising Ills constituents. A man should bo allowed to voto us his peoplo domand ho should, and tho uiaioilty should rule. , , Chairman Lngllsh snld that It was essential that tlio commltteo should make a report. The quoKtlon was upon the adoption of tho minori ty roport In fnvor of the unit system nfi 11 sub stltuto for tho majority report of the sub commltteo favoring tho abolition of tho unit rulo. This was adopted by n voto of 2Utoltt. and tho minority report thus became tho com mittee's report tue riaiiT oven the tariff plank. The Vote by State by nrhleh (ha Comratt tee'a Kepoit wni Henten. Chicaoo. Juno 22. Tho vote by States on tho proposition changing the tariff plank of tho platform was as follows: Ay4K Ata. Alabama, 13 10 Arkansas IB California. 18 Colorado, 8 Connecticut 12 Delaware., , 6 Florida - a r. Ceorjta 32 a Idabo t 0 Illinois. M 88 ir Indiana 15 16 Inna 28 .. Kaniai 20 K"Muciy 26 Louisiana m,,m.m , 8 8 llatne 12 Maryland - 7 9 MaHsachueettl 20 4 Michigan 28 Hlnneiota 18 MlMllilppl 11 0 MlMourt 34 ,, Monuna M m ti Nebraska u. 16 Novada M 6 New Hampshire .... 6 New Jersey ... 20 New York 72 North Carolina IT 6 North Dakota 0 Ohio - 6 Ore-son 7 1 rennsylranuw , 64 Rhode Island 8 bouth Carolina , 18 South Pakota M 1 7 lenncsSAo 5 18 Texas -.. 00 Vermont ,,, B Virginia 11 n Washington 8 West Virginia 12 Wisconsin 24 Wyoming 6 Alaska 2 Arizona 0 DUtrlctof Colombia. 2 New Mexico a 1 Oklahoma .,,. 2 Vtah ,.,. a Indian Territory 2 The Chair announced the voto for Neil's substitute: Ayes, 504; noes, 352. TUE aORHAJf MOrEMEXT. New Yorkers Tell Ita Instil Ulatory aad Accnae Gorman or Breultlac Faith, By ft Vntttd Prtta. CnicAoo. June 22. The Now York delega tion was clinging this morning to a last des perate hope ot defeating the nomination of Grover Clovoland. and sought to unite the op position to him on some new candidnte. The namo that was most frequently heard in con nection with tho possibility ot a new combina tion was that ot Gon. Honry VT. Slocum of New York. Gorman tho Now Yorkers will have nothing to do with. Tho Now York delecatos nro vory Indignant with tho Maryland Sen ator, whom they charge with having broken tholr combination agaiust Cleveland two days ago, ntter encouraging them to believe that ho would btnnd by thorn. They talk freely about Mr. Gorman, and tell some of the Inside history of the Gorman movement of Sunday and its relation to tho Hill movement Mr. Gorman and Mr. Brlce. thoy say. en couraged tho Hill loaders in Now York Stato to call tlio mldwintor Convention. Mr. Gorman promisod that tho Mnryland Convention should bo held soon nftor the Convention at Albany. It was part of the policy of tho antl-Clevelnnd people to weaken tho strength of Clovoland through tho country by having his State in struct for Hill, and by following this with an anti-Clovolaud Convention In Maryland, which has always been a Clevoland stronghold. Mr. Gorman, tho Hill mon sny, broko faith In this, nnd did not have the Maryland Convention callod until almost every othor Convention In tho country had been held. Two weeks ago Mr. Gorman mot Senator Hill. Mr. Murphy, and Mr. Bheehan In New York. This meeting was chronicled In tlio papers, but no statement was mndo public of what had boen done. Tho Hill men say that the mooting wns held nt the instance of Mr. Gorman to consider the opposition to Clevo land. Mr. Oormnn urged Mr. Hill nnd his friends to make tho flcht ncninst Cleveland nt Chicago, and jiromlsed them Ids support. Ho intuiidod at that timo to lemnin in the East, but Sir. Hill meed liira to go to Chicago, and ho finally consented to do so. Arriving Jure, ho continued to confer with tho Hill pooplo, nnd ntono of these conferences, held last Sun day, bo autlinilzod them to usn his namo in tho eiXort to form n combination ncninst ( levolajid. All of this, they sny, thoy hnvo novr discovered wns for tho pnrnoso if furthering th solllsh ambition of Mr. for- I man. When thev laid hetoro Mr. Gorman tin results of tbnir cnnwiss, shovvlnc that with his name they could prevent tho m nilniiU'-n f Mr. Cleveland on tho tlrst ba'lnt. they did n-.t show onouch strength to assure to Mr (r mnn the nomination, and be thereupon n j.h- diuted tlio wholo nrraufc'oment and went Into tli Clovoland camp. Mr. Gorman's sido of the iiucthn has r."t boon stntodln full, but his friends In tie-- Man land delegation linvo given out sin-nth inn ass of .Monday the statement thai h " 11 I to permit his nnmo to be u-i"i, m I tint I refusal vrns beciuso bo billcved t 1 ' .i to bo put up only fortho piiipo-"no ici'iiic Jlr. Cleveland, nv.sfAoro,v jjki:i u mou.v. No Excitement Over III ,Vrv Irmn Clitrnco -hrniidir Illll nt llir Hull H111.1. WAKniNOTOw Juno .".'- r- m ' it moro in torost was manifested hero to d.i- t'nill yon trdy In tho hmvs from 1 li'i'-.-o. o-peclnllr nftor It became evident in tl l'-nlnc thnt thero was fli'l nnoth-r n- " that Cleveland might not havo It n'l his 'Tn -vny Tho prog resent (he mornlnc si -' vv.i-bulletluod at the Capitol, and ntir.i-ind considerable utton tlon from thnConcres-mer. I ut when tho ro cess was aim rnn ' i"1" ' hip-od acaln and many nt tho it' " " lulling honator lllll. rode out I. Hi- I ail c -rno between the Now York Hinl Wash ct '1 "'"ha. r-enntor lll'l t l 'lis In his customary way. in thonii'i'iliiJ he read tin. pniiors nt tho Aillnctou mi.) at ii" n Jm went to tho Cap Itol and intended tolls duties In the Kenato chnmtor At I" -lick b' drove to tho lull cround with Ko) r. -entiitivo (Ireenlc.if ot lloehestsi, nml w-Hni's-ed the splendid contest with evident ciim ineiit. cnteiliiir Into tho spirit or the (lecrtsion thoroughly .mil ap parently dlxmlssirg from his mind n'l thoughts or the cien'or strucclo nt Chicago. In thnevonlngtho-MniitorreeeivflddeH!i.itrlies nt Urn ,rlliiNu.wilhoutanyfu6sorcoroniun). Hn also received a fow callers. 1 In the evening crowds gathered nrnund the bulletin hoards, and the fcomiivvhnt tardy do spntcbos wero awaited with considerable Im patience, hut there was none of tho popular excitement commonly observed on Buch oo- 1 cnslons. I Trillin for J.onic Uraneb, Tl Pnntlvanla XtsUli-OAd, On and after the 28th lust., trains will leave New Tork fur l.ung Branch as foltowsi 3.30. 7:no,l)iloA. M , I'.' .no noon, 31,10, Olio, a 40. 4:30, OilO and 1 00 P, II. wetk du. cud 8 K.. Kits A. M. and 6:16 f.M, Bunds) , suj 1 :20 1. M. Saturday! only.-i. (INK WAV TO KAVH TIMI! WITHOUT AlllimONAt, t'llMT. top may i.i:vvk vot'rt All- KltTINIJlt i:.vr AUtr.lfltMN IHNTIIIt'T ll IKr.Mit-t OU.ce, it in our luinr Advertising Avenues von do tiul 11 lid uiie convenient, Flandrau&Co. DOWN TOWN. 372, 374, 376 BROOME STREET.. BROADWAY, 5IST ST. & 7TH AV.ij ELEGANT CARRIAGES4 OF THI2 XI KMT OltAlU:, J FOR '. TOWN AND COUNTRY, ", AN1 OP JUVItltT VAHIKTV OP DLMIQ. . color, ami vi:iout. ; STOCK, SECOND VKIHCl.Ut. rvon SALE A few heavy Inn aaviins rtiean; snttaVkj, I' for oJ water, wlioiasale grocer, and ttie like. 14! Wt l!0ih tu 1 PATENT HI-UIN 'll.l.NtJ TKVI'KH, ' Iledncedn-lras. Send fur i-Mnloiru and tirlres. B. T. , WHSTLnyil.LH. mtenlee an.) mnker. el Tliorapson It 1 STAItl.t!. nine stalls, ltb luttand waiton room. 6XS East 63d St. Swimming Jackets. If you take your Children to the Sea shore, thoy should bo provided with ono of theso useful articles for Fufety they also enable beginners to learn to swim easily all sizes $1.75. BATHING SUITS For all ages including special novel ties also caps, shoes and stockings. We have the best assortment of every thing required to fit out Boys and Girls for the country and seashore in the best manner, at the lowest prices. Oar Uttle book of "Outing- specialties" seat ta any address on application. BEST lb CO LILIPUTIAN BAZAAR. 60-62 West 23d St. jift ci.urELAxn's oat. He Spent Moot or the Tims Rending; tha Telesnsma (but Came ta Hint. Buzzard's Bat. ilasx.. June 22. Grax Gables, tlio homo of px-I'rosldent Clovoland, was visited by many callers to-dny. newspaper men uelnc in tho majoritr. Mr. Clevoland recolvod all who called, butt said that tho present hardly seomod to htm the proper timo to talk, as yrhatevur ho might say would ho llublu to mluropresentaUon or misconstruction, and therefore ho had decided to sny nothlnc for publication. Tho day was IntoriHoly hot hero, ana not until aftor 'J o'clock did liroezo onouch spring tip to mako wnlklnir possible wltli any com fort. At Gray (inldus Mr. Clovi-lanii nnd his Clio st. Gov. ltuHscll. spont tho foieuoon hours very quietly. Lnrco eusy chalri wore provided on the east anrinnrthi'iit ninJ'zns, and there tho mon sal and lonnCMl in tlin xhndi', onioylniz their clears nnd such cooling brouths of air as came. Tlio private win- to tlio vDttngn kept Jlr. Cleveland In touch with tlioniitMdo world, and hewn in rinitn,nt ri'eolpt of im'toncus. not only from friends In ilKTerent parts of tlio country, but nl&o lroni the Chlcuo Conten tion. The occupants of GrayOnh'os hnd iilannerl to makou llhliliiK trip tn-ilny. Imt tho general interest cnueernlni: Convention matters caus od a postponement Declaloua of tile t fimmltlee on C'ledentlitla. CniCAC.o, June 2L- It was '' o'Wock thU mornitiK when the Committee mi f'ruilontiala I adjourned. Tlio la' nniii cunte-t wns decided j in favor of tlio Jihi-.m doU-iMfo". tlio KmIIi dele- ', cation belli!; n-nti-d in the (', mention, but with no .t.-. 'I he Indian Teiritory contost N. was ilpeldi-1 I ) .idinlt'liitf l.utli delegations. ylWns e.n'li 01 il-H Mei.'iitos oiio-linlf a Mite. 5 Thlr niuii'- ' John 8. Hneiid, I. I'. jii.l, K i ,! 1 -' ". in d Hoi Jnckion, , The rititi,-!, "i Hi" Twenty-third nml j Tw"it tt'ii ' -tint- "f I'li'in-tltaniii wera ; di-i'ldeil 1 ) -'"' "' 'b' emiti-M j I,,. 1 -1 n tin- I list Ohl.i illstnct and the I tnn " t -' ! I"ferred to a -ul-com- j unit,... f 1 i th iii'truilions t 1 report to t (l, f ' 111 ' this mm unit'. Tim hub- J t..i 1 ... , tbl- ' litest -ir n Hi. nt'y re-'( piiltel in ' ' " "I Mr. Iliu-nard. tlio HittillasT j 1 ,), M,1 . r nl Imri'p'iit wn H'Wl'teil i I -j 11.. , 1 -t In I tali 'I'twier. tlin Cnlno nnd J I I'., ve ,1 ! nte wni. iliM-ldnl in favor of tlin '. ,tii '''-' iti'i by 11 iiniiiilmniih Note, nnd j .1, ii . I', 1 tlri'Mind Hnry it, HemlerHon were ,1 1 "ii iifvreilit"d del yute.-f from tho 'leir.i 11 1 of Utah. 1 ' lil"ii.iii I anil oof Indiana war. directed t' ma1 ' a uti.i 11 InioiiK ropoit to the Cmiventlmj , n ..'I tho eontcsteil enos sul initlud to the e.'inmittee for con'-ider.'itl n. ommltter of JN'otltlciitliiu. Chicago, June 'J'.'.- Tho commltlee to notify the nominees is as fullnwH A 'a I ana, ilnfiu N. Illiodes; Alk.ms.iii. J). II, Kiwis, n, Califor nia. K. M. White: Culurad.i. J in; U Ada' u Connecticut, I'.obnit J, Vunco; i '.n m.l! 1. 1 lleynolds: 1'loriiln, W. 1. ( hii I . 1.. r.: J John T. ltlplot; Idaho, I'.Z. .' Ii - .1 -Inm,. T.M. Thornton; Indiana. VT. I 1 , p, J w.i, ' I SI. Maitm; Kansas J, YV. "11. 1- idn )' 1 3. V. Knlyer; .oiiif!iili 1, A. dm 1..1IJ Maine, ' lit'. Kwutt: Jlnijl.iiid. I. . I' uji .til Mns saeliU' ottP. 1". M -l.ti'io; 'Ilel.ljm, 1!. A. Mont- j cumerv. Sllnim t 1. ''. N I"' . ''' ',. 1 hlt.pl, . . hul'li !! VI,- 11 ,, I A. WnlUoi; Jloiitiin.i. .. T. Ilin-ni " ' rih. J kn. .1, . (lit ' '. ft ' " ' ' ' i-lltrc; New I'liini -1. '-. I' It. I'.i' N'v ,Tiiny, (1, II. 111 1 1, 1 "w !', N a n 1, llll'ki N'mtb ' 11 1 1 11 1 "I ' I ll 1-. N .'n ! 1. ):ota AiiiIm-m li " M, 1 Mii., r. I I mn; Orecmi. llitiy I'l ! iu . t'eijn 'mi. '. i' Ileliryl'neli.ni'. l!b'le 1-.tnd. I. I I i't MS j hnutlit 111 ' n.i I. I' 7t,:")'i !' I ' ' ' " 1 , A t'ol'l-r. i'"iih. '. II H"l. ' ,,,:n 1. A. I'llll.uiMMi, ei ph. at. (I. (. M ..1. .-Ii- -lnutoii .1 ( .. I' Vit Vi. rinii I 1. Mi. .11: i W-fMihlii .I.ii'.h lJ-rlin. Vn ' .- 1 11. JIiimp r 'i-i. .tnrncj r- t nn. 1 . J' I II ii' . 1 lumiit r' 1 . I n; r '. J.nih Nc Mullen, Jl, . i I ' I1'. !' I1. lien lei ..li. HNfWBBD (w.n- rrn ii,li. ".' nm n.411 on wataifHuiiQV iiy ), -,a 1 j a 1. ' ; ' i-i"-' rtiair. la 1 -jjaj' CJ CVIIor ilufurl alall.ua. THE STANDARD FOLDING BED COL, tttt V. ll UT., N, Y.