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H I 'i THE SUNT KDNESDA.Y, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894, .
lalalnB s H M )rr nf tlir lit Administration. ! met lilm HbMe m often In I'misiiltnlluiiuii mnttrrtof grave Itninrt- PH I. tnlhr peopled' thl. nation. I li-ul lull upioilu- ITS I pity. t Mmlj hi incut it rli.ir.it ur "lie, mul I Hv Jr think llintiw Mm well Helta mmi wm tulik Ml i i fur himself, fnrim lii trlli luijgiii' '. '! gUt ! ,M n(liiiii It. f'nntlni' lii ndnplltuM- pnlir), Kin naM i policy nm eilcti-riiilim: up ii n- itt -vltli ( mil-nee mul iIIm i-ctlnt. 111 luiiuitsliig hltimii personality nimii . p'ibllc position uh'i li nil- 1 mtnlslcr lit lum r iviiiiii. Hi- I iml tlif iii illdateiif mi) pirf'i'iitnr I'liwm ir "f utij i thiiio or iif otrr rniiHi-n. ni't M It .ii hiliu nlh llii candidate ut Hid !! im iln mi H"-m . Ill m ml nation Ik tint prts-nl upon )mir lotislili ml Inn h mml m nnyonelisriilit), Iml from i-t.i hsullt) In tin' :& Htato friun tli i-xtr.ini- i i-i i.i tliv ixtritnu I mIi from llu north to tin- -ntitli. mill Imiu tliu JaHli (cntral ixiitiona of the -tntc cine I Im- i i pr - SfJE renlatlics of tho r.iult iiinl .iti r tli" lii'imliU' IS (ftti party urging um iiiii the i l-.l. in nflil. ' Itnmli'iitlnn. No.- h hi- ruino llinlliil m hi Wmja '-"Vii Slate. Hut the wisdom und ill-t ullim ful With uliltli In- li.-i- mllniiil-t.T. 1 Hit' Mull pub- auJSl ! , ll'i truttatiimiiilllid to hi keeping by the pi - 'must ' . pie nf tho (lilted State hi made lilo iiinni' ik 'MfH , ' well known ami ns highly t tin mid In Hit ft; , Htnteln tliu 1'tiioii nslt Ittiihit-inii fi-thm iltf. Tntl fen. HI limn iisut )our Hcki t w dl Is. nun. ill siiranretn Hi" ll.'piil.lli unt nr nlber State Hint 'HI I ' r'"" '"rfc lit) mining cli'i tlmi IiiIMjiU to Xv ' f krcpatcp'wlth thotntilf stt lit Maliieaml or- mM I t luniit. Two )iirt nirn tn-dny the American hsi- Hf J I Plo wore In tint cry Ilisnl Hilitor protpcrltv. 'II I f Thn year IH'2 wnt tin- I'litiiiltiallnii lit thirty .It i I )i-.irof lonfliiiiiiiis licpiil.llcan polh , during BlfJ ( j I which time this lotintr) injuicil 11 pros. WaK I . perltv beyond un) thing heri-tufuie known fill! 1 ' tho .liltinry of dilllutl Sn IntiK W 1' I iiiniiniipii iiinl tH't'ti t lilt iirimlH'rlty Hint It II the , Jh'.)io hml uniH' n hflli'tt' Hint HI) i ' a rlintiKo tif iiiirly ninl of Ailniliilttriilluti MI f., uniilil nut atriTt ll.niiil thf) ilcttTiiilnitl tu try H HiOfJiiirliiiriil. TlintrxH'rliiii'tit lint lit t'li iin- I; Incfiii tii'ivfiirt'lKhti'itiiiioiitliMiiiil lt Imlil ihu mull. l'ri'tlil"ni cli'iclunil lliniiKlit tin' 'iiiile nr tlilt iniiiitr) ri.tilml mi nliji-it Irnton. mill li" lrnrt'ttlMl tnuhf It. Tin- h-iiiIc Imm m;i. H n trittl tin' iirlni lilitnr Hull Ii'kmiiiuiiiI mil im- II diTOntiil It. 'I'lio liift i h ipti i nr it t tin- l.inir II lull, whli li he hlniM'ir t hirii('tfrt7i'tiitii lilll nf II liprllil) mill illthnnor. In ulili'li ihiinic lirliillim IB III till' tifiiiilti nr Hi" Mlioli' iiiiiiitr, Milhout ill-- III) III i tlni'lliin of I'lirl), Iie.'irllli iniiiiir. Dili IT Hilt It IK ill ' n inrrptttlinriii'tprlratliiii of tln .iimtu ill. fw linw nlinll lie ml) rlmr.u tiTlfi- llni W. BaO I! r;"' ''in. ."iiicii iiiis-tii tin- iiuuvu nr Hwllll llrprcM'iitntlvi'H with the full rniiitir- S IT."1'"' "ni1 npJimiHl nr tlu 1'riKlilint ? flf li' Tliu Srnnte hill will tlrKtrn) wunr liiitiiKtrlet nml I LU crltiplrmmi). hut tliu Wll-nn hill, tin-pit int'iin- I HI urn nf the I'n tlilrnt. threnti'iiitl nil nf thini J HI ' with Hip ilruilly MIkIiI nf triviMiii. Tht-prnplv I II wnnt no furtlnT nlijeil lrtnn from I'ntlili'iit f HI t'li'tfliili'l ntid hit Aillnlnllrnlliili. Tin.') know I j the Hotilltn mill thfj Imielinil i'IioiikIi. If any I HI 1)iiUich innti ilnulitt It lit him tnki'im Inii'ii- I 'III tori' nf li'i ntKut In Nnu'inlx r, l.sir.', utnl nn. I Nf' oHirrniiNov. l.IHllt, Thi'tt-luvt'iitorltK will It'll I IK till' "Inr.l. It It I, ut ton iiiui'h to Mi) llintlf I HI vocnulil nhtnln with nirliriit'y tlm ill prt'flHtlnti I 111 nf the MiliH't of thf proii'rt) nf III" iirnplit nf I HI the I nltttl Stmt i., liii'liulliiK thn Inns In wnitfu. I 111 It wnuM Im-fnunil ilml b UiiniHTiitli' Ailinlnlt. I l trmlnn hntl intt thf iiM'plnnti nniiiiiiit niiirtt- 1 III innllnu tlmi'iitt nf rmir rrn oft Ivll wnr. Turn- I 111 iiik iruin Hie imtlon to Hi" Mtn.tr wo Ilml n enn- I HI nlllonnfiilTiiIrt whlrh urfiitl) milt rurri'fnnii. I nf hlnco the Inn Iti'piihllrmi Ailiiiliilftrnllon of I III jnr. Cnrurll npplnut' nr llnil Hint Hit' mnilii- f 111 Hull lint Inirtii-iil '.".' ht rt'iit.whllf tint t'X- f 3' lifntfitnf thuStntf (lmtriiiiii.'iit Iiiim- lucrt'iimil I lit lOOjurrnit. Thf pttiih ilt'inmiit in hv rt'lli'Vt'tl I HI imm thlt fxrrtHlif luxBtlun. I III NomlnHtf mill tint thf limn wliovj nmiif I 1 II) nlinll Kiilunlt fur our tniiviiliTiitlnii mill nil 1 ill word fur It Hmt If Murine hit Ailiiiiiilttrntliiii H HI niiy'murc mii'h friiuilt im wvro in'rprtrutttl at I HI (irn fut'iul mill ut Trnyhhnll iiirulii inrur iIiitii I III Mill 1-minlliiT liirrtuiKf tnthf imimlHtliin nrmir I Ml pKnltrntliirlrt. Anil If thf MhtrltTH fntiiitl In I , nftlrtt rniinntnr will not hrlinr thf otTt'iitlt-r-i In 1 HI punlthiiH'lit tithrr mioim will Ik- fuiitiil ulin 1 inn, mill will. If oii will iilacn lilm In Ihu ra II L linbf rnntiirlal I'luilr, Mipimrt lilm liy n llfpuhll. HI con I.i'KlKlnturr. thf iHtipli- nf thf Mat" may rt-nt fa B nmuriHl thnt miiiik way will ho ilt-xlsttl In hrt'ak U U HP tlnit liinir-riititliuifil Bji-tem of iiri!iililntl ix. I Hf tortlim niul hlai'ktiinll wlilcli hat Int'ii illvlntitl liytho Hennti) IliM.-llyiitlon Mlilrli tlm prr-rut n I llnvrrnnrnnuiilit liy liltvfliituMiiiprrM. Ki'llnw UW 1 tleleitatf b of tliu ('niiirutlon, n t,nii" ri-ienitl. II hllltyrrotN iiiwii tlm Itviuihllt'iiii party nf S't'W ( l inrk. It iBniiriluty tiiplat'ii In iiumhintlun in. II 'y n tiinn Mini It nut only nulp. In furry tho f Hint", hut one who will win n vlrtur) of kiii-Ii ' inoiliitflci'nt prumrllunnH toHiitltry tliu iHiiplu I nf tliu nntlim mul thf iH-oplu nf tliu riiiuiiit n lal I wnrlil thnt tlm lli'puhllrmit art' iniiiliiidiiii'k tu I . ).".'" ''r I" If1'", mul urtt roinliin hui'l. tu htay. I. That man Utlif linn. I.vvl I'. .Murttui. 0 I With thf chi'orltiu fur .Murtuit ri'it-rhiTatliiK V tlimtiKli thf Htuiry atlnutpliiT" nf thf Cuiui'li. I Hun. thf Kim-i'lt bnnm nut laiiui'hril hi I'nl, I r Arrhlo llmitfr nr ('lii'iuiiiu;. uinut Kat-t'tt 1 wajln thf rnnvt'iitluiint Hit- tliiif, mul llatter f mul ha.ttftt h naiiif irutiiB iuiii h urn ct'iiil utr In 1 thf way nf noliu ut thf nHinuuf .Mr. .Mortnii. Tho tlKTfri'nru wiit Ilml tliu chreilm; i-iimo r frnm tin-tt.Uirnte-. mul Hit- .'avtt inrkft raiuu 1 , frnm tilt) ft'lliins whuwiTu lint tu vutt-nii Hilt niatter. All nf Hit- lirHty wnnifii on thf plnt- I formnml Iiithf RallcrlrtalMipattftltht'lrKlint't nn! BW'iinitthi'lr rmitln hoiiui'uf yniiiiK Kattftt, M "ml If that ('ulitltiitliiiinll'uiifiitli)iiat Alhuny 1 V liavnnnt kit kit I out thf uruiHittl wuiniiu tiir HI f t-K. , fr,,K" mncnilmi'iit jutiiu: KM'tt mkht Maud IM j ' .anmo Bhuw with tin-Mittrti.rNi'W VnrK Statf. I llulmt a ht'.iiitlful hluiiil muiittarhf ami Mjft ' j-f l hlueryct that linik Hirtiuuh Hit- liriuhtttt nf 1 VfJCL KlaijHi'B. tnl. llnxtir hlui-i'lf iiiiMiiiIr a winner U 1 with til" l.ldlot unil tli" nun. miIith. lilt siMft'li j for Kiutctt Mat n tlmitl. It It xaltl that Ctil. I IlaxtiT nerr inakft n had HiK'ii'h, iMwtlhly fur II the rrutun that hf Ht'iikt iml) niu-f fn ntliradf. J - J wild with .shermun mid nthtTtlfiirriilB In thn 11 JJnlonijniiy. und hohat l't-u Iniiuiiiy ufurlurii ll hope. ll wi In mi" to-lity. HJ j AtlL'IIIK 1IA.XTKK MIUINATIIS I'ARSETT. Hai It' ,."5'"' t'HAHIMAN AM' Ht.NTI.KMKN nr THE I'oNVB.NTIii.M Tint rlrciiiiittaui'i'tuiid ruiiilllloiiH II ' undrrwhlfh tin- ripri'Kfnlatlvt'H nf thf Itt'piilt. II llran imrty nf thin iStatfmi't In Coiiii'nilon to- l F any nrtt in mnrkitl inntrntt In thoMi under 1 ll whlilitlui mi-t In 1HIII. 'Ihfii tin-Kklet wrrit it Klotnuy, Ihu prtuiM't't foiMddliiK. To-iluy the ( "U.n "f pnimltf I'hffnt mir hinrtii and nur W triumphant nitTfst Mfiim actiirnl. I'pon Hilt HUnpli'lnuit I'hanicu I am coiiiiiiUkIoiiuI tn hrliiK 11 tnjoil tlm i-ollkTiitlllallunt and Koililffd of Hut I ltciBllilh-nnt of Hi" M.utlii'rn Hit. Thrt-o it-art J into wo mvt tu M-li'i-t a btHiitlartl ht-art-r. Our S!u,e "nH rlKhtftiiit, inn nur hujHtwat rnrluni. II ihu (.unKrfMloual ult-t-tlunt nr Ihu prttitlliiK II ear III th!j Mali-had iiu-uriKiitlil a Dtmut-ratiu lnajorlty of iki.iiiii). VUtnr t-tt-mitl luiiai-.t.lhlf. I I ri'iiifinhf r w llh what prltlt-, mid i-t w I 111 w hat 1 tlt-i'P roni trn I hjw you. I,y u iiiiaiiliuuut lute, tfiidi-r thu perllnut prl7iof mi iiiiooltiitttl noiiil- H II iiatlnii tn iu rrlt'iul nf .it art. thu yuiini; unit H II t,'llttl r-riiattir wlin-c iiamn I prt--iit tu uii tn- I 'I")', tnu linn. .Im tit. Sloat Kai-tttt nr Klmlrii. I (I lI.oildupplmiM'1. lilt nuiiiliiatlun wim tin-wt-ll- I l "irnnlfil mi'uilufhit iiink'nlllii-iit hnl.-l.it lw Fcr- ;in,'. Alri'iul ht- hail irmru IiIium If a L-allnnt j li-.uli-r, u ilttt'ruiluttl llnliti-r. und a profoundly t Infuriiiftl Htiidt-utiirSiatf atralrt. Hi-wnt In thf furlypriim-uf 111", full iift-niri:) mul tlrt-.n wltu ft l i'oiiii"llnr. mid ui'uiinpli'iiiiuttitiuuf tliu trui-nt j II ri-publli'uiiltm." (' Air. lUvli rlht'iiKuu thr hltlnryuf that tilt- V ll astroin.. mid. at hi i ailed It, hlttorliul tuni- K II iwlltn. mid iniii liidttl nt tollunH: H I) " t'ur fveiy rt-atuu whleli existed for tinml- f naHiiC'i'ii'fihrtluat Katitett In lNin thri-ureai-uiiB I rx.1."', !,wl,"'. II", ilifuitetl. rtt; hut hit II mlleilbnik the mUep-o tltlu oflhlill hy 4-,',0OU I vnttw. lit-nasbeatiii In an off year only "lino mnrr than llarrlxui Inn I'ri-nlileutliil yt nr. llu wal-iileli, hill he nielinl a Mite lM.lllli) U-ller I iHi-w 'itirktlty than thu rrt-idental tleket, I) niul thu butt vutuKlVL-ntii a Itepiihlleun luutll- l' tlat.t for (invernnr In thirty leart. He tint i Iieati'ii. Snwitt .Mi-Klnli) n hit own illMrii t. H II Sn were roraUer. anil our own Win. . j-earil. ! 1 Tlmu men. Ilku Kaitintl, nprt i-eiitttl uk fit Ittiiii", w liieli alurwanlrarrliHt them lo vl.tory. rMK HI newnni, it'illennj Alareylii IN:i4,tlefeatrtl.Murry B 111 In H:itl. rt Kattett and the Hepublliun parti, I 111 'eaten by Hoiier and Titniniaiiy In lnui, i, iild H HI defeat Hoiiir and Tainui.iii) In 1KIH. llewut HI thrtu ) fur-. In nilvuiiiii nf hl part) mul of his III Hiiiih. 'Ihuhaltlu luiii't UKitiu bo fuiiuht tin Im L plulined It. 'I'linu liars aiiu KaeU niaplietl 111 out hUi'ainpiilL'ii, IIi'Miw that Ihu i-iit-iii) iniiht l b UfNilletl In hit hlruiiKhuld; that temiHirury I tlufeat wnita net. Kilt), but that cirtalii litur . beii.ial. lluruuttht hit hatlluuf the wilder. I li. fi'Ulit ll irruiiillj, hernliiillj. lilt i-r It t 'Until Itliliiiioiid Vletoii I, nun Ini-lu'lit. B 111 you let him Itk'hl nut on the old Hue, tluitli hit caniimlicu und lend ii tiirertnin triumph, ur fend lilm in i In- rvur Our url. If ll wnuhl win. niun keep in Iniii'h mid harmuny with Its juuiii: inen. ltbliould taku lliini up and nri-itt thrm fonvaril. TB "Hoiiih bale fniintl fault with Moat Fan-etl R-1 bei'ituti. ho wa.tloial to lilt frleniln. lialty In K Irleiulihlp it tine o( thu noblest attribute.! nf 1 I'haraeii-r. u know that hn it a iiritu-it of t I Irlenil.. Warm, true hearlitl, and iiiimIiIhIi, I "ten i-hralruiu In hit altailiineiil... Hut Hit WMt aluotruulhalin-rxinairrlendthlp. hovieierdeep. 3w 1 u llullvidiial attailiment, liuiieieri-lrnin:. wat I eiur UriiUKenuiiKli or deeji enoiiuh In Muud Im-. Ji-en Jacob Moat Katett and hit honel, fear. , lew. nd Independent itiMharKenr ll publie duly. ) !"!"' then, at our t-lamlurd lieartr till., rail. : ""l,,P,8 rutMlt," thu 'I'hll' Mierldau nf Ihu r: Iteuubllraii party tn nur Krtat toiniiK.n wealth, ,nd we will ii rest the Mule nf .New Vork rrnui J tbenontrtilnf Tainman).eieiiusf-l,erMniiln thu j ulUy wrmik' vletury I ruin defeat." I There weru Una I c-heera Inr Hajler and fur nMlll hHSM-tt.mid tt Mat iik-nln rimarketl that Kat. IBII !I,.'W lul V' ,lolso '" luiiiu bclilml him. H wlillu Murtunliadlhuiotes. It wan it feature of BHI ' llter'iiperi-lilhntheiliinlinenlIiiii.Mr. IBBH, Miller asa former cumlldatu nf the Itepubllean laMMf pirty for Koieruur. On Ihu -untrur, ho went HI '."L0'. I'1' w; to tenure Mr. .Miller und hit HHI tlvht for the plair. The Miller folk and Fat. HHi nil' friends wU not lw rrionelled until tho iiillli-nnliiui. The Kaviett tutiplu helleie down Hf ilwii In their !ierts that thu Miller fulks knifed v r.usett threw j ears i,-u. H IITIILH M)UIXATIOS tlllUlW. HHI lu gulek sucreMhm fulluwrd tho unnm nf HHI (,.",.?,c"?,r,t ' w u"lfufU. precipitated by that fTl ''' Kepuhlleau war hursc, hlUs It. Iluti-her: til that of Alajor-Uen. Daniel llutterfleld, which fii was launched by K. A. NaU of t'attarauiis- Hi U W"1 'i1.' ff Supremo C'uurt Judgu I.eelle W Hi 1 ' HusmII. which was ihriut upon thu Couventtnu I byn-lteorrwiiUllvo A. ti. l'arkrrof bt. Luw. HF I "Ti-. ,?.5re.,' 'fW llnt things HI I M of Woodford, Hutiertleld. aud Hussell. HI I " Then cama the pchi-H which aecondetl the Hi . p;""Ipationof(Mortonaadll.uoihercundlUatcs. HUH Martin Hermanis of Dutchess spokoforMor- ' Urn and o did thu bouudlui; Iturleliihof Wash- iustoii. John e. WIm, alio madu a rattling TT ucu foi-Morlon, WUo h a Virginian, and a Hi& cadet at lrslnl school mantled with. Ids Tf1 lUi the front lu tho last day of thet'oufud- U vracy. jr Iwatoitaojalrrfacedbojtof that cUm were f rnt loplwr. They wrre amonjr llin l.vt mnr. wl fiirnllird lo thu I'nlnn iittn, nnd Who liliiifti-lf. It Uanlil, rnrrlttl tho J.ist mofunno " llnliert K. I.cp to .Irflprsoti Dnvli IjofciulliB sur ti'iulir nf Apimmntlnx. .Mr. Wlf, nniiliiK nthcr thins'. KiM Ihtil there wn n KteBt nititr.itt tietwei'ii thl tuiientloti nml Hint nf ihM'" t art nun. At tlm last lliti Mntlou Hi" llipuhlfemi mnittiTB fuiitiil It liecft Mirry tu trn nut mid i mlcunr to rnrrnt rnndl ilnti-, Jntt nt the) ttiiai nturt nn thu plaint, nhllf I III t en r tin. irti Ipal tMiihh'Wat lukoi'p Hum utile mil uf the e lni r. mini.' nn uf Kliitft inilnr'ctl llin lamtn nf I leu. ottironl, ninl W. II. Meholt uf ritelibiii piiku up for rntrlt. MllllTIIN MIMIXtTKt). Thf Vnlp wnt thin tnkni mul flip I'lAtt m.v Jnrlli- rnllfil titer l'aitt nml the other". Tin1 Hi pnblluin iiinchltiii iieur run on u nuontlivr UIIHIlf. .Mr. Atnrlnn'n tiomlnutloii ,1 nnlnrnlly rr i ill lit with niiiliiiitf, mul lliitehi-rnr Kltimrnr WiKitlfnrd, mid 'Htifnril hlmtelf mul A roll h; ltniti-r for Kiifett ntul Tuttett hllntelf, mul Hen. Iliitterlh-ld mul I'nl. rrniriTfoi t'lUtirllut N. Illttt und .IiiiIk" I'.iifill. nil chliiiiil In mul iiinili- .MiirtMi'n tirmlniillun iiiimiliiiiiiiu. I'litti'tt Nil t that In- it tint I'h.injlniilnvrr III ilefi'iit, und that thf llepllbllimi pliitfnrni It u platform kihh) enoUKh for li Im, mul he nddt that lie kiiinMinnlyoii" iilll. mul that 1 tin- will uf tin- majnilt), nml that hu will follow- ut u prl Mitf In the ratikn. riprnki r Alalhy the n wntitnl to niljniirn iltilll HIu'i'IikI. lo-iilitht. lln win hungri and thlrty. Hut -Inhti Itiiliii't nld no, und Iht-j not tlii'l'iui lelltlun Inn liilli'd-iip Into, alnl thf tntislf wnt liul iiiiii.vrllfil tint 1 1 Chnlrtiiati Wnrmr .Mlllir ivnt i ompi lied to ninki- one ur t ivn derlslotit, Thpy were nil on the ttt'htileiil rulet loiiiern. IliKH IhkI) of Hilt rhnrni-ter, but, tievirthelet", thf iM'hi'lile tontljonrii thf t'ntiwiit lull until tn. Iniiriniv liiuruliiitnimilefeattil. It wnt thu ti-Bttmuiiy that tfnttnn hml Hinititli vote to liotnlnnlf lilm for Ideiitetiniit IIOM-rnor. nml Hint thu ptupoMil iiilji.iiniineiil huh a plol ton i lire 1 1 inn In which tokniKk nut thla ttuti's man f ruin thu peppermint dl-llkt. TIIK tVUM.Ml KKHHIIIN. At lOnYlock not tnoro Uibii a hiilulred of tho ileli'iiiitet were lu tho hall, mid Hit' hand t ruck nil "Thf Huiiery"imd then " Ilimtn Ta-ni-ru." Ily tin- time tht-y hail Ilnl'lieil IhiBtt ihohall was half llllitl, and the crowd was liicltnitl to It hllnriuiiH, 'Hut bntid utartetl nil " Mari'lilnir Tlironuli (lenrKla." Thu rruwil took up thu mini mul nrarlv rnNitl tho naif. The twtitl whnoMt It upiiKaln with "A Illeyrlf .Mnilii for Twu"nt n Hit In", mul tho crund fell In with thnt. "Hweit Mnrie"wa tiiurileretl next, mid rliiht nn tup uf It "Way Down on the lliumec Itll or" wilt Mint? so linnl that It could 1 bcanl Hi tho rutted States Hotel. At llh.'ll) tho tli I nix tliut wnt furthest away frnm thf mind of the rrowd wn-t laillt let. To look nt It mid listen to It no one would cut think that thero wat a rontett uf any kind on. When I'halriiuiti Warner Miller i nihil tho Convention to order the niitl Nuton ini'ii hail not )irfertttl any forti.al plan uf eninpalitu. There wnt a ireneral understand Inu that It it ut to If n IlKlit for time. It wat lf lli'iiil that If an adjournment eoiilil hu furcitl lauoru a Mill- Inrundscoulil la) made 111 Snlton t fnrt'it thai would dcfeal lilm. Thu neareitt Hint eamu to u plmi nf ilefetici' wan to continue tlmu bvinaklui; Momlliiitloii i-peeehet, (leu, IIimIki-s uf Kncklaiul drternillittl to put n Mop tu Hint, mid he offered a resolution that the Bpeeebet hum hint I tilt rmidldntct i-liniild not be lunu er than ten minutes mul tlu cecoiulliiK hieet hit not inuru thnti threo inlnutet limit, Senatnr llltiiak protettetl that the re-olutlim wat out of order, mid n ilnlty little tfii-iulniitu H-rapi'tiditl In the Muip adoption uf Ihu rei-ulil-tluii, I'luilrman .Mlllerilei'larluic It inrrkil w hllu linlf a doen ileleitiiti-a, IncliidlliK Senator Hit. HM'k, were plote-tlllK. I'nl. Aiimiii S. Witiil of Wnynp county wnt n coKiilitl Ilr-t. and ho made a speech lioinlnnl linCSaxton fur l.leiiieiiunt-Uuiernor. Ho said lu part: till. ANION WOO!) NOVINATI.H KtXTIlV. "Oil lM-linlf nf the united ileleKatlon from thu nlwa) t Heptibllruu cniiuty of Win lie, I tlcslrtt to plneu In tiomlmitloii for tn- uftlro of l.lciitc nmd (Inieninr ailir-tlnu'ill-liitl rltlreu uf t Intromit rv, iiliu-n nmiif ulniit- will Im' lu'i-eptetl ut tutlletent Uiiariinti c by eery oter in thlt ureat Statu thnt tliu party of Sewnrtl, nndiif MorKiin, and of Dlx, mul of ltiiM.(K- ronkllm: bat taken no luiek wanl ntvp i-lnro tho days when ttwaawont to march tu letury under their Knlhtut liiuler-hlp, hut that Iioiv, im ever In tin- past.lt stutids for all that It witent mid bett lu legislation mid In the eondiict nr public n trn Irs. " Tho fiiiulltlatc whom I shall numuhnllt from n llttlf i-oiiuty Isinlerlnir on I.nkuOntiirlo.wheru ltepilhllcmit are us thick bh tho lean's on thf applii treet. and whero DeuiiHTntt und Post llmi'i't are alsitil equal In niimla-r. I.aucliter. A little itiuiit) which Kin u to Abraham I.tiiciiln, 'thu Immortal.' V.NDO innjurlty. and In fljs-i-t S. Ilfanl, 'thelnilnelhle.'mi ei(iml Iiiimta-r, mul which iirnposct In Noiemts r liioian Its ranks mul tiikf In prol eet Ion DeinoerntB enollKh In L'lve Iht'imidlduti-H nomlnaleil bi thlt t'uuien tlnii, noinalter whothe) ure, a ili'iiu four tholi-i-aiid, Applause. "tienllemin, thu public nnd legislative career of Senator Saxtnn It too well known mid too Urtatly upprovetl to.rcqiilrn recapltulAtloii or re lew nt my linnilt. The txiiplo of this emit State have wutehed hit nnirru lu thf t.tnlsln ttire fnim thuilay when hu tlrst Introtliicitl Ids lelelirattd llallnt bill down to thu time when with I'oiisiimmutu tact mul admirable iisir.ico he humbled llliie-ejed Hill) down deep In thf iliiht, mid lion- with nuu iiriord they demand Hint they bhall ban- thu bctietlt of hit aliiublu services ami hit extelidttl e.jrl ciiee In thf M-i-und place In the tioverumeiit of their Kreat I'liiiiiiiunwtnlth. ApplniiM-. On one ih'i atlon Daniel chtcr wan asked I us peak forth" old Hay .state. Drawing himself up to hit full heixlit, hit race beamlin; w llh hurett nrldf at he thouvht of her itrent nchleveineiitH, he thundered forth: 'There Mauds .Mussafhu. setts, she ileitis no t-ulouliiiu from inc.' Hen. tit-men of the I'onientlon, there sIihhIk my rini dlilate. Diaries T. Mixlon of Wiiymv Ileneisls no eiiloKiuin from Ine." lAiplaiire. When t'ol. Wood lni'iitlonisl saxtnn'B name there wnt a wild hoivl.anil for the llrnt tlino during tliu ('onventlou men Jiiium-i1 up ever), where wavliik- handkerchiefs, throwing hals In thu ulr, und t-huilltlnt, 'Ihu demoiislriitluii didn't hu-t more than a minute, huwevtr. IITIII.lt M)IINATII)NH. firortri W. AldrldK" was imt lu iininlnntlmi next, lilt himiiHir wnt Mnx Hrueikner, whnile. el.ired lh.it the liiiinluatluli bt-loliK-eil tu .Mollria, 1k-c:iiisi' tho hadn't had a place on thu Statu ticket i-Iiicu lH.IO. The iihiiiu uf HiK'hester'a Ma)or wnt received with fully as inuchetithii. frta-m us hud been Senator Saxtun's. It wat.luinet W. Wudsnorth's turn next. Hu wu put In nomination by ex-Senator Kdinuiid l I'lltH ot Orleans. " 1'ut Wadtworth'a liiiino iiIhiii the ticket." he mild, "mul we'll pweip tint DemiK'iutH rrom the htnto at thu winter hlustt weep thu haves rrnui the treesln .Imiuury." After Mr. Wadtworth's friends hud iliiltlml Miiiiitlntr, Senator O'l'oiinor inu recoKUlzetl. Hu iletlar.sl that he wanted tonnmliiatu u Itepubll. i mi who wnt a Itepubllcmi :iii."i days In a seal. "I'latfnrml" fclioutcd the iroitd. "Now." tho Senator called lurk, "I profertho nrena. u aro In thlt llKht to stay to the Mulsh; wu will tight It out here." In hit luliury of .Major 11 r ii u of ltliiRliumtun tho Senator de clared: "Don't think )ou have a iiulkovtr. If wi win this flitlit we must win It by IlKlitlni:." The Senator lot his voire us he went on, und when he Mulshed he could hartll) speak, I'ommrslorf I'. Vedder watim hit teet la-fore Senator O'Connor was dim n. The crowd )elied "HJtform!" ut lilru. llu relortitl; "Knmi thn peoiile my lanillilate comes, ami from thu pcopli) I want to nominate him." Cominuilnru uldt-i was Hcmidldiitu himself up to thu tlmu In-nut up. Then he suld he withdrew from thu race in the Interest or Arthur l". Wiuleof Jnmes timu. mid ho placed Wmlu In nomination, 1.x. Senator lliscock look I'ommislore Veil, der s plueeas a nominator. "Il the illreitlou of Ihu Itepubllean party of Onnndiiira," he mIi), "I liitnictolhlt Couielitlon u naniii to udd to tho brleht Kulaxy of naines prescntttl to this ('nn. Million. Ihu Hon. Kraut Is lleliilrli'ks of Syrn. cute." Senator lllscoik's sia-ei h wus especlull) cnmplliueutury tu tliu ex-C'ulleclor. Henry S. Sherwotsl of Oneida put Senator Henry J. ('nmtrsliull ill liomln.ulon next, llu lalki-d iilami ihu Senator's reconl in tliu lust Senate. One of the Clieniuni: ileleifatea ninvitl an nil. Joiliuiiieiit at mxhi us sIiithiskI was tliruilidi. mid Hum KMi secoudttl thu inotluu mid culled the n)isi unit tiavs, riialriiian Miller recoi;ni7itl Senator Miilllu and litiinrnl the motion. .Mr. .Mullln wanted to and did noininatc I'nl. Albert D. Miiur of Jeiler son eoiiiit). Mian's uoinlnatloii was followitl by ureal iheeriiiK. hut It wnt pot forshuw. It was fur the uuiik man from Wnilra. J, Mnat i-'usovtt. Hu declared that his imidldatu was only n plain, eieryiU) iltlrenuf Sew Vork. of mature aB0 and suja-rh iharacter, uu honest American farmer. He named rx-Atsemhl)inan J. (' IlrundU'u of Steulsn county, l-'usscti said h wuiildu't euloiclruhliii, mid then hu went at it and Knve him u better i huraittr thuu any othir camllilale hat) had. I'umentioiied and unknown candidates fur Lieutenant-Hut ernor were coming thick, und It looked ut iiiiiliiik-htaslf, even with uten-iuiuiitu liiuit. thu haxtou meu tulicht be tulkiil lulu au udjoiiriiment. 1-dsselt was follow etl h) n man with a itotee, nhostoodupliilhureuror the hull, wheru m body could illsUnitulsli whul hu mid until hu wusfliilihinif, und then It was learned that he wat sccondlm; Hie lu-iiilimtlou of Shaw. Senator l.vxow Junipitl up and askeil If t-er. ouiliiiK speeches were In order, und without waiting to hear whether the) were ur nut hu proceeded to wond Senator Suxton's uoinlnu tlun. u dei land that this was thu eur fur llcpilblk'uli victor), and thuu the croud U-k'ail toshuill "Vute!" "Votel" Senator I-exow kept on and tho cruwd kept (lioutlne. llu llnally tulkttl ihiru down, hut they broke out again when hu had Mulshed, and they nearly honied down lawyer Sutht rlund of Itochesler, who wunled lo seiond Aldrldue's nomination Sutherland tut hl olie over tho babble with difficulty, and he rebuked the crund. They listened to him and then lumped uW"'A.lw.ll '"' l man like demons. " . . Hick followed with a second for Wado of Jamestown. S hen he sat duwu there were more shouts of "Vote!" Three more men followed Hicks with tfn. word seconds for Saxton, and then ltroome sent !."... eton11 '.r Mayor Green of Blnghamton. It Is nn time." he, said, "for the Itepubllean party to take a candidate from the Senate. That Ecaaoaslcal liajrera Of furslturt aU o lo tin u lluu Co, WeM 13d u sSfcSlMIIISSSsSsSlM I " 'HiTr.. - Niily IiikI svn too hnrt!r rescued from Hie DemocrBH to lake t ruim-cn' The Miputy of "'llmel tlmo!" ami "Votel" piini-turcd the (lryn nan' BfMech from lie Kintilnic to end. Ho talked flo mlnutir". and wouldn't r-ven let the Chairman call lilm down, Sorrnti I'nyno tftit In nnotliir second for Snx ton. A KlnRt county mnn clInchctHhe Sa.xlnn "T?.""'.! h' ,o"''"nfm(: "On In-half nf Klnglt, with Hut except Inn nf two vote. I second the tinmliintlon uf Onirics T. Snxtnn." 1 here wnt Krentcheerlni: at thlt ilcclnrntlott, nnd nicnln rami. Hu- bowl nf Vote "' A Lliniitntninn man with n lihr voice wni nn ileiktoBlop It, ntul he gut In ntiutlirr wunl for JJijile. He Bppenled rnr Wndo nnd tho Krlo Hnllruad, mid then the mil call was onlered. htxTtw MiMt.NArr.ii. t T!"' 'r f"r I'lfU'cnnnt-lioiertior nn tho flint ballot, bi-fiuv nny chnnireit were iiiiule. fisiteil :i4H fiir Snxtnn, nr IN Blmrt of the tnnlority. Tho otoliml tint liecn counted licfori' cIoiiiki t be itnli. St. Lnwri'iicu let! with n solid 1 1 fur Sbi ton. Mimrou followitl. Then .Mayor Hri-di J'lmtHtl uiinrhalr nnd declared liroomo for Saxmn. hetmlur Hlscock navu Onuiiduwu tu Saxtuii. S.ixtoii now Imil over 41 In npnre. Jlnvor Clrn-ti moved thnt Snxtiin's iininlnatUn IstliiBilo uniuilniuus. Arthur C. Wmh- or flinutniiiiu. Mild he wanted to glvo nil hit Mite tn Saxton. nnd h seconileil the ltrnoitr- cotitity inan't nut lull, I.u'ilt loitntv ntul Dutclicts count) i-iitiie tii-xt, nnd Ihen Siimtor CoitK'-slinll iniid" u Saxton Bpeech, mul gave tho Wnwio Seiiutor his strength. It wnt a Snxtnn rtnnipnlr now. tlrnnilmtn fnllltwt it t 'fltL'pslilill lellli ti M -tint, vt-i.i . I, ,m.l ibimitiilitl Hint Dm liimiliiiillnii Ihi liiude uiiiiiiI mulls. II was rarrlitl with a wlioop, and Hieiu wire loud calls for Snxtm., Illlt .tftlliri Of Till: IIII'HT 1)1' Al'l'l:t.. It watiiiiirly 1 o'clock when Hie iinmlnitloti for .liidgt) of the Colli t nf Appenlt wnt lulled for. Si'imtur Kllburii Rnt thu Hour tlrst. 'Ihu hnll britiiii tucliaruut nt hu spoke, mid heforo he hud Mulshed the g.illeiy wnt imptv. Ilo tiiitnliintetl lu a llve-niliiutuspeeeh.luiliti-Samuel A. Ki'lliiKKtif I'luttsbutuli. Wllllmn I Jtnrn-y of Krle linnilluitisl Albert I,, llnlu'lil id llulfalo. . Km nk 11. Illsusk of Ononduifu iioiuliiulid JiiilKi' Irving tl. V'annuf tl.lt iiiunti . i K. II, Wilton of Ktngt pl.intl .Irsse.lfilintiinof llriHiklvu In numltiatloii. Hmnlltiin Smltli of Wutcrtown uotnlnntcil Jiidiru I'nrtlnn I., Wllllnmt. Jiulgo WIIIIbiub wat tho .luilgn who presided nt the trial of Nat Shea In Iruy. Wlille Smith wnt talking tho Klngn Count) liieli mid .Inhlili) Sliuitnii weru iluluir some tall (obb)ltig for Ji-tti) Jolinson. Drlt-giito Smith of Albany innilo u upeecli, In which hu ciilletl tho Convention tn ordrr. Ho paid there wat danger, nmld nueh disorder as was giilug on. uf iiumlnntlng u inmi who would Imperil thu whole Hi krt. He wound up with a sciiind forjudge Hnlght, Ills speech hail the clTtvt nr tcsturlug unler. In niueaturo at least, Mr. Jnroli Worth of Klngt seconded Mr. .lolinson's iioinltiatloii mid declined that the nomination belotigid to Kings because slm isilled inure Itepubllean votes than nuy two ' utlier I'uiiiitli'A. I hi-nil I call wu begun nt 156 n clnck. Kings cast no votes fur Johnson mul ID for Hnlght. Oueent gave Johnson her full vote, .lolili'on got Dm on thf Urtt call. Ilalghtgot y7M. Kellogg was third, Williams fourth, and Vmiu tilth. NcrcBsnry for chnli e, !KI7. Thf result of tliu Mrtt ballot wnt; Hnlght. "Til; Johnson, lMtl. Vaiin, lU.li Kellogg, lul; Wl. Hums, Til, llrouiiif chmigrd her vote to Hnlght, nnd he wat nominated nn mcoiiiI ballot, IXCtltKXlH Oh' TIIK COXI'KXTIOX. The Turning Ilium or Mlllinllimil-ItlYalry ol'llie llrnse ItiiDtlii. S.iltATiMlA, Sept. IM. The work nf kicking Mr. Juliti Mllhollmul goes on with great vigor. Slncu.Mr. Mllholland tlret locketl horns with thu Hun. Thomas (J. l'latt lilt career lint Im-i-ii onu BUCi-eatloii of kicks, all of them uf a mnru or less M'rloiis nature Hu hut Isen especially unfur tuiinte slui'u he caine hero to Saratoga. On hit arrival, as wat told in TllK Sl'.v thlt luurnliiK, his chief lieutenant, .Mr. Henry Grass", went tu thu Statu Committee and imidua demand for recognition of thu Mllhull.ind forces, at least as belligerents, by tho granting of thkett that would give to them nats on tho Hisir of Con eiitluii Hull sin h us tho regiilarl) electitl dele gates weru tu have. The lommlttee told him that thnt would not bo possible to do, mul Mr. lira u und Mr. Mllhollmul were rnmpelled to iHisathdled with seats for their delegates up lu the public galliT). They took what thu) lould gtt with very laid grace. I.ust night, shortly after this knock-nut. thero was an election, uttended by the Fifteenth ills. trill's delcgntca, for choosing a member of tho State C'omnilttie. Mr. Urassu hud representid the district In the. Statu Committee for several terms, mid buthuughl, and so did Mr. MIl.'iol land, that Ida rt election to lb" plait,' wt unas sured fact. It turned out that it wat not. Mr. lirassowut badly ta'atoti. To Mr. Urussehlm self the defeat did not mean u great ileal, hut to Mr. Milholtuntllt wat onu of thu worst blows that could be given. Mr. (Srasse wat the only luiiuberof thu cominltteo who sided with lilm lu hit tight fur a linger 111 thu isilltlcs of New York city, Tho kicks that Mr. Mllhollmidgot to-day weru given to him Mrtt in thu Committee on Crcdi-n. tl.ilsnud then in thuoien conveiitluii. Mr. Mll liullatiil had hit i au preteMitl to thu Commit, ten on Credentials by Mr, llrasse. Thu commit He hml Its inciting Immediately after tho recess In the morning, and .Mr. Mllliolland's caso was the first one taken up. Mr. (Iriissu madu a long speech reciting thu fact that Mr. Milliollmul mid his followers weru kickers ngnlnst thu regular iniiehlne, and fortl.t) reason only that ns there wat a large number or them they ought to havu some sort of recognition In tho Statu Couvin tlnn. Mr. (irassu was asked If It whs nut tho usual way fur good Itepubllcans, when they found that they weru In a Iioih-Ii-sh minority, to git Into thu uirty organization mid stop their kit king. Ho replied that somo soplo might think so, but that every man wat entitled to hit opinions, and if tho regular organisation didn't suit there was not any par ticular reason why n man should gel tn It. Tliut ended the presentation of thu iuse, and It nlso ended Mr. Mllhollmul so fur us tho Convention was concerned. When tho committee madu Its report to the Convention In tho uftcmoun, Mr. Sutherland, who was theChalrmnn, said that the cominltteo hadn't even thought enough of the case to write out u reiwrt on It. " Wo could not see that there was any contest there," liu said, "or any ground for a contest. In fact. It did not coinu to us us n mutest, hut rather III the sliuiie of an iipiM-al, Wu weru unable to see mi) ground whatever for impeaching the right of the sitting ill legates from New Vork to hold ineir seals, anil, mcrerore. uy a unanimous votu, wo concluded thai Hiev wuro entitled to their seats," These kirks weru not unexpected by Mr, Mil. liiilluud, hut, notwithstanding that fact, they lainii nretty hard, and .Inliiui) looked dbup. laillited. Ills folluiiers said Hie) weregolngio get hunk on any candidate that was Humiliated liiopiHisltlou tu.Mr. .Morluii. and they wIiimiih-iI It up w llh u w 111 w hen J .Mn.it Kassetl's liaine ii us presented, mul ugulu when lieu, Woodford's iiuiiiu was tiamitl. '1 ho managers, of tho Convention were tnoro gallant to thu ladles or Mr. Mllhollmal's parly than tin- Commlttie on Credentials wire to his delegutes. Thu must loiisplcunus fentureat loth hesslont of thu Cunt oiillou were three ladles, who occupied front scat mi thu plat form, mid who wore on their bosoms Muring budges uiiuoutirlng themselves as members uf tho aiitl-luachluu Itepublicuii party of thu tit) und county of New ork, Johu K. Milbollantl. I'rtsl. dent. Tho budges were Just llko those that wero worn by Mr. Milhullaiid's forces. The ladies went all very pretty, but their Identity wus carrfulh rnnt-enlcd. 'fliey followed tho rest of thu Mllhollaudltes, anil wheu Hen.Trucy put thu Hon. Ian 1 1'. Morton lu nomlnutloii they did nut even ua much aa fan themselves, but w hen Col. Arrhiu Halter got up mid iiomlnatitl Mr. Kusmu they clapietl their bands, waggttl their fans, and thuuiH-d their feet. They were alwut the onl) friends Hml Mr. hasten had ou thu platform, but thatmaduno ditfrrence to them. One of them had a black lace fan, which wus headed with black Uads. and when rhe hud reached that state It was Im. possible tu clap her bauds any more she ap plauded by swinging this uien und shut. Thu shining beads glistened In tin) light, and then the iruwd cbteretl her aa well as they did 1- ussett. urner Miller looked angry. Notwithstanding the kicks. Mr. MlllmlUnd declares that there Is not any likelihood that he or his organization will bolt the nomination. llraat baud ran riot In Convention Hall to-day. Thero wero three of them, and they wero mora proline In tunes than Lemuel Ely ljulgg's speech wuaiu words, mure noisy than Johu K. Mllhol. laud s oUU shouters. and morodWordsnt than a coiifereniu of the New Vork clly delegation. There wasmiorllii.il liund that sat up in a little box that resembled a wart on I he wall. This one had been subsidized by the Hon. Jacob H. Fas sett, thu hlmlra youngster. There was an un. official band which belonged lo the Kinder garten Itepubllean U-ague ot Clubs, and which hud a scat iu the main gallery, and Ihen there was a stray band that floated In just before the Convention was called to order, and that might have belonged to Saxton or Aldridge or Cogges hallor an Uxly else w ho had money enough to pay for It. The unofficial baud began Ibe circus with "Ood save the Uueeu." The official band sat gloomily silent until the unofficial band had finished, and then it took a turn at "Three Cheers for the tied. While and Blue." It was I September most dllibtful month In the aau-oa dsrxs- Vssi special irslos mornioa aud er caln by wVrtCaUal. Uutebj aU epa!-ii, 7 right Inilinmltldlnnf thlt when h rtin-a-ilun-dub, nih-A-dnb-duu of the Mray Imnil sounded and the shrill nnttsof acorp"f fifc floateil In Hirnugh the door. Tho lender of tho official Innd nrnrlr had a fit of pop!r In M crforta lo Inspire hid player. The rlnyoro responded, nnd tho unofficial band broke In with Borne thing that sounded llko to tn-to-tatn-ta-tn-ta-ta. The llfcn wero drowned, and then tho wind In trumcnn that Isslongrd to tho itrny band (pencil up Willi the energy and wind that Henry Cllntnn Hnrkut displays when lie makes a con stitutional speech. , , Fur a mlniiti) tt seemed that the atrny bntid must win. Then It looked llko the unofficial bund, hut nil tho while tho leader nf tlm dfllclnl Imnil kept get Irulnt Ing and Jumping about, and tho cheeks of tho pin) era kept bulging more and their eyes seemed popping out of their heads. Tune after tune was blown off, and ltwnllke tho roar of Niagara Falls nrthe harmony of nn Highlit illMrlit convention. The crowd below caught the spirit of the thins mid laid wngcrt ns to which would give out tlrst. Knock-kneed Jako hacked the stray band, nnd Johnny Simp son imt nti Sail mi the Fnttett sillwldy. The Wlrkrd 1 1 til is bet u-i all three In such n manner Hint lie stissl tow In whichever won. This Is a trlrk hi- hut li'iiriuil In tsiliUit, It It said. No Matter which tide whit he gi-tt .1 slice. Ily ntul In tliftrnt bntid linniii aignsof heart fnlture, nnd then Hie uiiofllrlsl hntul bctnnif hrokrn In the w iml. I'hnt hrtHif ntbclil bund avi'tor. It stnrleil "Vntikee Disslle." "Thf Wntch mi thf llhltie," the ".Miirsellhilf," Hu !lnl. m national nut lit in, Ibrit- scetloiit of tiimli- n'rn, mid "Jnhiitiv, llei Vniir tltm" In quick siiiieloii Jntt to show its sin) lug uU'ill'lis. Then thero wnt siieni-u until Seiuitor l'latt iiilnu In. 'Ihu hntul then i-v tin etl thf llrst pinuf uf sulMil) to I'.issett. As thf mwd t Ik end It pi ijttl "After Hu- Hall," In Imt iiartiiuHr slnss uu tho "Mn'iy a Im art It brokMi" Htinlti, Thin russet t calm In und It i'.xIilliltnlniltho prisiruf inrrutitlnii by luotlng "See tliut ntiiiii-rliig lletu Count," The lllnili.i yuiing tii.in Isiwidlow. After Hilt llu- uiiofMi ill lurid phijnl "Jiilin IIiomIi's Itmli." and thf strae bmul plijul " Mnii'lilng 'Ihnuigh tlcurgln." The ulllebil bund hrnkf light Into tin' middle ot thf lime with "Tramp, Trump, Tramp. Ihu llo)B iiti .Mmihtug" 'Ihen- was a threat of further I riot, when sumehiiw all time goi Blurted on " We'll Italic Hound the ring." In tin- midst of this .Mr. William Itrtsiklleld cnllc-1 thf Com en Hon toonler, mid thu cruel wnr wnt over. Since writing ibe ulsnoit hat licen learm-d that nit tho b.imltnrc corrupt. They lull o l'cn golngamutid tlicconrtyarils of thehotelt sere nailing thf I'jTranillilntn for I,lcutenant-(lov-i-riior. ami they bnvelH-i-iiilulngll for tmy. Can dldnte Ahlrldgc wnt respontlhle. lift prlvntn band went bark on him, (ml he blntl another. Then thlt bund went iiruetid taking nrdent front oilier cnnillilalcs for serenades. 'I he otlie.' lmnd found out w Imt wns going on. and all thenftir nisiiitliry huiu las?n planting themselies under Hie hotel w Indnws of the various candidates mid tiKitlng every tune, from "Krln go IIrngh"lo "Down Went Milllnl)," while thu half dozen dill-gales who anticipate) voting for tho rnndl-ilatt- that la being serenaded stand around and cheer wildly nt Hu-face or thf candidal" at he appears at the window and hyiuurlt Ic.ill) Isiwt lilt acktiowlitlgiueiiti lo the pald-for loinpll- mini. Klngt county turned up with a new- cmidlilato for ldi'iitcnmii-Hovernor lo-ilny in Hie permn nf .Mr, Henry C. Atwisal. Mr. Atwond hml the hutels iihiennlcd with cardlmaril slgnt, width read ut follows: " Flr-t chnh e for l.tetitciiiiiit (luvcrtinr, Henry (, Atwoislof Kings county." There It a lot of mister) nlsint thu Identity of Mr. Ili-nrvC, Alwissl. Mr. Wllllimt Wnlllput Wllll, wholsBiipiiosid lo know all ulmut Klngt county and thu people In it, was aketl to Iden. tltfy Mr. Atwond. ''Don't know-lilm," hu said. "Ain't In in) class." At thlt moment onu of thu stones which Wllllput Wnllnpiit carries to keep hllu rrom fl)lng up In thu air fell nut of hit Hsket. and hu was so busy keeping un earth Hint tho Interview terminated uf neces (It). K. C. .Ma-sin, another Ilns)kl)lilte, wat nsked. anil ha ilemmidetl, "Who In blazes It Atwissl." A iIIIIki lit scon li hat been nuiilont all thu hotels and the various springs In tho Ullage, mul no trace of thlt mmi Atwond can la- found, stranger still, nolHsly seemt to know how ur when the signs imt iinon the walls und stalrwa)B. It must have happenctl sume time during the ntght, fur they wero not seen hist night, mid they wero all up ut du) break this morning. The Wicked (llhht and Teull controversy wuit on to-tluy wltli reiiewetl vigor. It wat told In Tiik St-N lo-tluy how UIIiIm Intro dm cd S. Fred Nixon In Olllc as 1'ollce Justice Dlvver, and huw Olllo tllst listed learnedly with NIxiiii Seeuiid district utilities und exprcsstd uiilsiiinilrd Juv at meeting thu Second district Tamiiiuii) stiiti-tinati. 'the fact wns also ineti t lulled that Mill", to get square, hud spent nil hit alloiMinu- uf nakt't inline) lu getting a lot of cards printed reading. "I,tsk at Frttl (llhle-'s feet." Now to-da) Ollhi has l. n telling the re lirters of mi awful encounter he hud with (iiblit. Iletajs: "ItiblMillsciiveritl nno of Mllliollaiul's Cuxey-Hi-bund distributing lliecanN, and. gntng up lo 1st in. he shunted: " oildanineil raseul, I'll pum h your black head off If )m dare to glvu out another one or those.'" Then he tuok thu lsix tr Hirils he hail imav from lilm nnd hiiutid un Olllc. "Ho riully was gulng tn hit mu with his emir, sn)H Olllo exeltitlly, "He was going tu strike me, nml I Ju-t'ftoisl my gmiiiul." ttllilis was nskitl ubCXttMe. "Stilku hlmV" said lllhls.. "It's ii lie. T never ttruek u liul.i lu iiiv life mid 1 ui-vt-r Ihreuteiied to strike one, either. It's Just n plain llu. that's all." Them It u giasl story told im Nlxuli, who waa Olbbs's partner lu thu Teall Juke. A jear or mi iigoMxoii wnt one of the men who was going tn forever drlvu thu Hon. Thoinus (', l'lutt nut nf New Vork ikiIUIcs. Theru were three or four meu mid Hani rlthln the combination tliut wnt to uccullllillstl this task, and Hit-v w.r hII .if tlieiu inuru or less rabid lu their hatn-tl of thu Tioga stati'sinmi. One night Nlxuli wnt ou Ids wu) from Albany to llutfulo, mid on thi-tralnliu fell In with Frank l'latt. thu son of the Sena tor, NIxou dbl not know him, but joung l'latt knew Nixon. After they hail gut well sinned on their Journey Nixon began to tills politics, and the onl) man he wnntiil In talk iiluiui was the Tioga man. Frank l'latt egged lilm on. and fur inure than n hundred miles tho Chautmiiiun county Asseinbljiiian ciirsul mid reviled Mr. l'latt. He expressetl Hit) unreserittl opinion that nothing gisal could evercomu nut of such a man or such a man's Jelattons. lie bli'ckgiiiirtletl not only Mr. l'latt ami nil hit family, but all or his friends also. Frank l'latt took It all In mid occasionally helped III" ileliun clatiou iilnng with a suggetHun. W hen thu train gut to lliHTnln, and the pair s"urnted. Mr. NIxou Mrmly bellevetl that lie hml luaile a ta-rmalieut enemy tor .Mr. l'latt. Voting Mr. l'lutt told Mr. Nixon tliut he wat vtri glad that hu had met him mul he hoiatl to set) lilm ugaln. Mr. Nixon baa nevtr learned tu this duy that his companion ou that trip was the son uf the man that ho was dinoiinclng. He will learn nf It when he reads this. It may lie well to udd Hint .Mr. Nixon It here nt this Convention at nuu nf Ihu must enthusiastic supporters thut Mr. Morion has lu the Com cation. Mr. JohiiSliniison wus noticeable among thu New Vork delegates nt thu Convention this afternoon. lie wore u light suit, curried a pulu blue cane, and a bunch or v Inlets. "Now jiiu stf." said Johtiii). "It Is this way: t or u day und u half and a month und u half Is.--fnrt- that theru has been a lot of amateurs going a roll ml blowlny off their InuutliH until vuu think they owned the torth. That it what they aru doing, mul they urn dulng It now. but to-mormw you will hie Ihu 'pnifesh' get In. und then vuu w ill see politic a whut Is politics, M) man Is (it'll. Iluttcrllclil. (it'll. Daniel lliitterllehl It tho finest man thut ever lived, mid at a candidate I am working him thevery U-st I know how. Of course 1 moan pushing Mm along; I don't menu what ou think. 1 um helping his cum ass. Ho it in) man for (Jovrrnor, and Jesse Johnson Is ui) iiiuu lor.iiiUL'eot lliel'oiirlor Appctils. (Hi, vou needn't laiigli. )ou needn't think I am Jolly, lug) on. I mu working Jestu Johnson to the yueen's tnste, 1 hate not got an) randidutn for .ieutemint-liovernor Just now, but see inu lifter tblKMsslnii. I will IsMiorklng nncuf them. tii." It mil) la-said that Mr. Slmisor Is retelvlug great pralsi for his liiili'is-iident course lu thu matter of candidates, Nolssly else ever thought of the laialidulet that he has, except Johnny und the candidates themselves. "W'uhavu got lift) -seven votes In the Now ork ilelt gallon." said Johnn) , " For Hen. Ilutterlleld '" " No, but ugulust .Morton. Now you Just w utrh, thu man 1 um working will win, Hu ulivais dni-t," jiw)er Henry Clinton Ilackut. the only con Btttutlouul lawyer left in Ihu Wicked tilbhs's district, was another Interesting feature ut thu Convention. The lust tlmu Mr. Ilackus upia-arctl lu public lilliba was working him, Mr. ilackus then made a sta-ech to his colored consiltu. ents of thu Thirteenth district, Mr. Ilackus appeared to-day us thu friend nf (ilbbt Mill. His stern. Jiululal faeu wus ouo of Hie strongest lu the Convention, and (llbbt says he wus proud or lilm. 'Mr. Ilackus also resembles very much a picture which hung over tliu centre or thu platform directly ov er the head of the presiding oltlcer. For a time it was thought that the pic. lure wus really thai of Ilackus. und that Mr. Ijibbsbuil out of friendship obtained for him this descried recognition, Imt It turned out later that It was not Mr. Iturkus's picture, Danny Shea threatens tn lick Olllo Teall for disgracing the second district organization. Danny swears that If OIlie Teull had not been griswly Ignorant ho would never havu Isen taken In by lilbbs un ihu Dlvver business, aud sa)s that Just as Boon as Im gets buck to New ork hu It going to have Ollle ismnied from the organization or lie will eat his shirt. " Olllu is a chump," said I (ami) . Mr- Kdwiu Llnsteln tukes exieptlon to the tutemeht made In Tub sum this morning that he might bo a candidate for Alderman. While ho does not uiako the statement hlmselr, his friends say for him that he is out uf pnlltks. and that he could not be Induced to accept any office whatever. Census H. Murray attended tho Convention to-day, but he look the precaution to leave most of his Jewelry In charge of the Central office nian. who )eaterday had only bis diamond-stud. ded night shirt to look after. Mr, Murray spent moat of bis time lu company with the large stout man who wears big boots around election time tu ratch all the campaign funds. He said he had no opinions to express, aud he would not talk about the awaiting of Mr, MU. holland and the Coiey band, Oen. Michael Kerwin did not attend the Con. veiitloo. but U)ed back to help the Central office man watch Ids colleague's dUmond. studded night shirt and other valuable Jewels. All of the New York and iirooklyn delegation to-day wero very much pleased with tho speech Lemuel Kly yulgtc made to them as temporar) Chairman of the Conven. Don. But Mr. John Sabine Smith wu more tickled Una aay of thuu. Ue wat to Uckied mti. . jjrtatiiisy:idiy for an hour nfter the Convention that lift Mr in the doorway of the I'nlted Htntea Hotel and buttonholed every Mnn who camo nlonR. "Well, what iln yim think nf milggJ" lt wnnld ik. nnd then "What did you think of tjttlffg's speech J" , , .. netting answers lo Iheap niiellnnB, ho would slap his man on tho shoulder mid fay, with a tremor In his vnlco: .. . . . . . " How about lilm for Mnvor ? Oh. he Is a great Mr. John Snblno Smith' tlckllili rnndltlnn wnt duo to the rct that ho claimed the credit for bringing Wnlgg out nt I he man for tunpornry Chairman. At least he says! . " llenlly, now, I had a good ileal to do wllh It. ! ho not M Mne ua Bilk ? What ilo sou think pf him now for ,Ma)or,nny way?. Why. ho would run like a race horse, ami there viniild liotio Mopping lilm. Vou see." continued Mr, Smith. "If you have got any eort of a Biiecrh jolt wont to let off, why ) on wnnt to get the .place of torn liorary Chalrmnn. That It Hie place you wnnt to git off a npeei In Now. I knew Hint .Mr. Unletf hndnflne speech I fit least. 1 knew that ho wnuhl plcnothem, nnd temporary plncc was Just tlm place for lilm. anil I BiiRg6tted hl name. Tho iiermahent Chairman don't have half at good a i banco, nnd the only dlfTorcncos In tho places It thnt tho permanent (Tialrinans plate Is per. Iiinnetit. See" . , .... Ihculintin woman here to-day who believes thoroughly In Smith, mid that It ,Mr. yulgg. She net miled ii seat near her hutbnnd when lie ilelli erctl lilt perch, and. ntthmigli sho Irlftl brr lelcl I t't(, slu-could not help showing that sin- ws." tcrv hnppy Indcitl. sho wns iircoin. I in n led bv Mrt. William l.cnry, now of the " Dl.imotul liaik nilrlct," but reccnlly nf the , imt, then, wnnt is the uo ur bunging up the past .. coxrnttrxcj: urv.n rm: .t. v. A, Home Ilelenolesi Wnnt the Convention to tniletnn Its Principle. HuuTonA, Sept. Id, Thero lint been nn unex pected feature Introduced Into the drlllierntlont uf tho llcpublloana nt till 4 Stnto Convention. There Is n KFtitlrmnn hern whose nnme Is A. A. Vnn S( hnlck. llu bu)b that licit Chairman nf a Stnto lommttteo which It to represent the A. P. A., or the American l'rotiitlvi' Associa tion. He rays that there are 110 delegates In thlt Convention who will speak for his Associa tion, and Mr. Vnn Schalck titireservidly nddt Hint he hna come here to heat Heurgo W. ,. ilrldgc.Mayor of Ilochctter, for hlciilenant-'lov-erniir. Tho grievance of Mr, Van Schalck It that Mrs. Ahlrldgo Is a member uf thu Homan Catholic Church. I.at night and to-day Itlrhnrd ('. Kerens, who huh ceded Cliauii cey I, Kllley nt tho Hepuhllcnii Nntiunnl t'omtnltteetiimi for Missouri; Senator JCdmtinil O'Connurof llroome, I'oUi e Comnilssluncr Ker win nf New Vurk, (leu. Jnmes A. O'llelrne, and Patrick Kgan, ex-Mlnltcr to Chill, had a con ference as to what should !h done In thlt lie publlcnn Stnto Convention concerning thlt ntul other similar associations. They wanted this Convention to Rive official expression that the Kopubllciiu pnrty in thoStnte dm-t not etidun-e the views of those associations. On tho con trary. It wat the sentiment ut this (-(inference that the lteiiublliau party should (oiulemn the lirliulples or these iissiH-lntlunt. 'Um wholu matter was talked ovtr very n rlously nnd de Ills lately, anil the majoiltyof the gentlemi'ii iiresint believed that It would be wiso not to bring thu matter befuru the Convention Inu res oliitlon. st-nutor Ktlmti nil O'Connor wns nskitl for lilt views. Many DeiiiiK'ruts and uullu nt many Iteliulilliiins In-llcve Hint tin- A. I'. A, feature It uu Important one. Setintor O'Connor said : "I have got great (iiiitldeucu In the honesty mid gisjtl sense nf the inasscs of the American people. Ill the main the) desire to la-fair mul lust, ntul do w In.! It rlirht I lft..titt,.. ....,.1.. unthinkingly mid without a desire loiloinjii-lii e toil fellow cltlunt. will eoiiimlt themselvct to the control uf nrgunlzatiiuis, tliu nature mid purisisu of which tlieydu not thuruiighlv iiudt-r-stand, hut when they n-iilio Just what Is iiiemit tu be in coinpllslieil hy or ganliitlnns of the churuett-r thut ( havo in niliid their sense of justice mid fair lilay rtv nits nnd thcyHimi abandon them. Oneof the organizations that I havnln mind Is I ho so-called A. I'. A. If thu oath published is a correct statement, which a member of that or ganization It resulted to take, It Is apparent Unit the association It a criminal one. It nut uiily violatiH the criminal statutes or the statu or New Vork, but it it lu violation ot the pro v l-lons contained In thu iiutlonal mul Statu con htitiltluns. This assni liitlnn is lsiiilid tn die sooner nr later. Kver slncii I can reliiein-la-r. ut vuriuiit times, men who hate beMi cniidldntet fur iiubllc ufflct-H havt lsren piibllshliur allldavftn that they never la'lungetl tothe Know Nuthlng party. Iveuturf tliu prediction that, before lung, juu will Mud that this same t-lutt uf afllduiits will npjienr again when men gel an Itching fur public olllco mul desire tu null themselves with the A. 1'. A. rurl) liars ul'ii. lu certain sistinns nt the-statu. it wus dimbtlrst eoiitliierttl mi honor to Is- a Know Nothing. It It sn lo-ilui. Forty jears from now, with the great tidvanc.nienl of thu American iH-ople. what will la- thought uf the A. I'. A. liiuv fluent ' This iiiiintr) belungt to tUupetiplfiiuil is of the jienple. This urganla tlull euterctl very largel) fntu the ennteat tnr Senator In in) dlsirlit last fall. I ss'ak of this matter In unler to ilvtt um an biilli'atiitn ..r ti... I correct situation, and also to show imw rapidly honest iiiplo lecover from such n craze. Thu inemlsTs of this nrguiilatlon Missh-il the Mvu t-oiintli-sioiiiiirlslng in) district Tioga, llroomi'. Deluwari-. ( heuaiigo, mid Cortland with Its literature directly appealing to the voters nr the district to v nte against mu on tliu sole ground that 1 was a Itoiu.in Catholic, alliglug that no llouiau Cathollu inilld lai u lovul eltleu. Thu ridiculousness of au ussertlon of this kind tt hi apparent that It would la) un Insult tn tho Intel ligcnceof the i-nple to attempt tn print- It b) re curring toaiiy nut heutleiititl hlstorv. My district might be culled oneof the stnuigest l'lotittant MvtloiMiif thestnte. isirtlont of It being largely isipulatisl with Stotch l'resb)t rlnnt, w hoiiru men very strict and stuhlxini lu their religious views and thu wu)s of their ihiirih. In thu county where those enple largely reside, Dela waru, thu uttat k lunde ills m me had not the slightest effect. In 11 1. the onl) place In the district wheru thu InMiieneuof thu mcmlM-rsof this organization wus fill to any pi riept I hie de gree was In tho city of lllnghnuitiiii, thuvlllago of Cortland, tin-village of Waverli, and In ouo or two other of tint similar vllligen uf the district. It had not the slightest effett on thu strictly farming imrtloiit of that dlstrltt. Ihu farmers, without exception, weru for uif, notwithstanding the attack that wnt nimlo ou thut ground, strong I'rutestuuts cuiuo tu thu polls, mid with L'real siiiUfueiliin deiHisited their bnllnt for the Itumnii Citthnllu SenuUir. My mujurlty In thu district hicki tl but a few Mites uf T.UOO. The previous vote of tint Min-.e (OiintleM wat :t,OOU inajorlt). It may Isi said In this connection that hctuiisenr thuat luck Hindi. Uii mu thu lloman Cathollu votu lu thu Democratic party wut cast for me." Alter further isiiisultalluii It wasibtrnnlned to bring thuA. 1. A.slluutluit befuru this Con vclitlui.. 1.KVI 1'Alt.tOXS Monrox. Career of the Itepuhlleuu Candidate Tor Governor of Nrir York, I-cvl Parsons Morton Is a lineal defendant of fienrge Mnrton. who cuiue In America from Kng. land In ltl-.';t. Ilo wat Nirn lu Short hum, Vt in 1H74, Ills father was Daniel O. Morton, a Con gregational minister. Hit uncle, tho Hev, Levi Parsons, wluu name hu bears, was tho first American missionary to l'alistlne, Hu went into biiiut-ss when about fifteen ears of ago as a clerk In a dry goods store In Concord. N. II. When til ears of ago ho wat In business for himself, in thu samo line of trade, at Hanover, N. II. In DUO hu went to Huston, and beenmu a member of tho Ann of lloebe, Morton A: Co. Five eara Inter he caine to New Vork and founded the dry goods house of Morton & tlrln. nell, which failed at tho bcginnlngof tho war. In lHilit hu became a bunker, madu money rap. till), and ina few years was able to pay off the entiru Indebtedness of his old dry goods Mnn. In 1H08 thu present Mnn of Morton, llllss A- Co. was formed by thu admission of lieorgu HlLts to membership, .Mr. Morion entered political life in 1HT0. when he was the defeated Itepubllean candidate for Congress In tho F.leventh district. Two ) ears later he wns elected from the same dis. trlct. In 1HM1 Dreslilent Oarfleld made him illntster to r ranee. Ho was very popular and successful lu hi diplomatic relations. In Ihh.i Mr. Morion wus cuiulltlutu for United Siatea Seuator, hut William M. Kvarts defeated It's Fun For You Eat, 1807. But Death to the Frogs. In this rate the manufacturers of our new FALL KUUMTUHE are the frogs, and the buyer hu all the fun. UU fun huts a long time, too, as the goods are all so attractlre and durable, and he I gWcn months In which to par, COWPERTHWAIT & 00., "TUE OLD RELIABLE." FURNITURE, CARPETS, AND GKMEHAI, BOl'HEFllBKIMUINIlH, IM. IM, d: 10 WEST I4TU bT., NEaK BIXTU AV. BBOOKtTai T0KrS! tXATBl'SU AV, gZlB. WVlr XtUflX, M n n tho i'-Hslatlre c4nCT Aln. In lM7,he w it an aspirant for the cnatotyhlp. only MM defeated by Frank Hlrenck. H,'Tlft,' VtStSl and Bfrved as Vice-President of the uniieit HtatfBfrom 1HSD to is:i. ciiAtit.M Tr.itnr sxtoj:. rhnrles Terrr Br.xlott was born nt, Clyde, Vytio cottnty, N- V.. l'"o he "till r-'MiW.jt' .1 ii I y L 1 H4 " i ro held minor plncct of trust In the town and lllapo until in'.M, wlicnJiebc "iTZirarl'iSl'io U,o ABsemblv fron I.I, ?(narap,nri,ccBX,i.h,,,'Vir;rilp.rt!.vj rtrViM " n ki. innl. nnd ;Rft.nn,l It at prwnl the Ki'piitilienii leniti r In Hint Usly. .Mr. Saxton It a lawyer of lo. nl renntntlnii. .,.,, i lie It a v derail of (ho ttnr. hnvlnir en IMe.1 In tho Nlndeentli Now Vork Vnlunleera Ir. I t III, when ho wan Imt llftfcn jears. old, Ilo orul tlimiiKhinit Iho wnr. o, I ..ul"'1V"?n" Bhotildcml mnn, fully six feet tnl. mid nf en gaging innnner. ,11c l ready debater mid ft witty nnd Interesting talker. wnr ltr.t'KW was xor mosvx. In the New Order of Thlaffa the Delca-nte lnt lie an i:er-iln.v Worker, Dr.ChnuticeyM. Dcpen-'Bvexnllon.timnlfettrd at the failure of hH frlrniN In theTwenly-firtt Assembly district lo tlect Mm a delegate lo tho Hi publican Slate Convention, recallt to the poll llclmio tmmorlcsnf a fight which has Wen going on In the llcpiiblhan dlamond-luick dUlrlct for tevernl )(it ngnlnst the custom of choosing men with big names mul big kh ketliooks fcr dclegaV.-9 to county comtnlttreB mid .Htnto con vention, to the exclusion of tho men who do tho hard work In the organization. Wllllmn l.cnry wnt onu of Iho most persistent fighters, against thl cutom until he was Bhuntdl Into the slaughterhouse district by tho renpimrtlniiineiit of IU!!'.'. Then .tia-l W. Ma son, dr.. Otto Irving Wltu, and .Inmct Crawford lacnnie thf lender Inlhetnovenient, Vnung Masnti had tho temerity tn mnko a Bin-fill objei ting lu sending Dr. Deis'w, Klllut Unit. IMwIn Hlnstelii, IE. M, (fnllawny, mid nthiT such Kcpulillrana lo the County Com mUtee. ns they never nttended meetlnrts either of the district ur the county orgmilrntlnti, Young Mr. ,Mnun wat pmmptly lurncd down for hit speech, and hi father, ex-Pollro Com inirsloniT Mnson. rclgned from tho orgmilra Hnn. When delegates wero (hoen to the State Cniivctitloti In Syracuse In lHDll tho working elcmiiit. led bv Otto Irving Wise nnd .Intnes Crawford, mndi) a dead set for Dr. Dcpew's scnlii, and rnine nrnr securltig It. Although IhiHi WIo nnd Crawford nro now lu thf Mllholbnid organlxntlon, it seem thnt tho Idea which tbev fought for still actuates some of thu Itepubllcans ot the district. The Twrnty-ihlrd Assembly district hnd a similar light and turned down Col. Fred (Irant, as told in tub Sf.v. A Twenty-third dlttrlct Itepiihllrmi comment Ing on tho matter tald )es- ti'rii.iyi " Dr. Drpew mnt know that the only way to keep up a isilltlral orirnnlrntinn Is to reward the ellnrtsnf the liieli who do tho work. It 1 dis couraging tor the men who attend the meetings, mmi the )ll. unit light the battles to find them selves siijn'rst-tlcil when the time comes to Mil plates or an honorary character. Of course Dr. Depew serve hi pnrty In other wnjs, tint he dm- not ciime In contact with Ihu workers In thu district mul they, therefore, hnve letut sym pathy with him. Cnder the new election dis trict plnn of organisation u man who want In be a ili'legute bus gut tu hustle uniting the election districts." Mll.ll)T.T..iXl)'S CllOWn OXVAItA I)E. They rounded the lias. 1 1 rum aad Cheered I'or Their Leader and the U, U, I'. SAit.vrodA, Sept. 1H. An hour before tho Con vention began, tho iltlt) Mllhollatiltes paraded the principal street with their band. After tho parade they inarched lulu tho court of tho I'nlted States Hotel, and, halting In front of Iho beaibiuarters, siumled tho buss drum and shouted fur Mllhollmul. Tho regular delegates, who tilled the plnrza. Joined them, mul when tho doughty young chieftain appeared on the steps n musing cheer w a given him. I'nioverlng his lieiid, he siHiko to hit followers, congratulating them on the splendid demonstration which they had made, the like uf which, hu said, had never la-en wltnes-cd ut u Itepubllcmi convent on In thlt State. "Our purpose In coming here," he said, " It to vindicate n principle o which we nave ourselves ten months ago. We aru not Inspiu-d h) any de sire fur gain. Wu are nut sKillsiiirn. Nor are wu placu hunters. Wo arc simple here tn vlntll cntu our cause, which Is In give the Itepubllcmi luirty id the clt) aud (utility of New- Vork mi or gaui7iitlun wnrthy uf thu (Jrmid Old Party. iCheers.J We have undertaken the work nf re organization and we will enrrv It to a final suc cess. Abtivu all let lit remember that wo are UrL. last, ami nil iho time Itepubllcans, and be cauto we are Itepubllcans we stick tnour cause, no matter U the regularly constituted tribunals nr Hie party tin make mistakes lu regard to ut. l.ct us j'uneludu with three cheers tor thu The were given with n will, mid Mllholland mid hit followers marched to Convention Hull. Women Ask Tor u Woman KiinVuze Plank. SAKATim.v. Sept. IS. Before thu Committee on Itesnlutloiis this afternoon Susan H.Antliony, Jeiiu ItrtMiks (Jreenleaf, Mrs. Kdwanl Lauter bach, mid Mist Hay appeared anil asked thnt n woman sulTriige plunk bu Inserted lu the plat form. They subnilttetl the following: .Vnml, Tlist we diirectiniiiieuil n the Male l.fgls. latureof llie year of 1S03 .iicli action on tlirlrpsrt as will Insure to the remnlet or tho State eiunl rtRhtsat the ballot box with Ilia mates-the aiun llmttattuus being aplilled to IhiHi sexes. Mist Francea K. Wlllunl and I-udy Somerset wanlitl the plut form to rnntaiii u provision in Hie lute rest of tema-rancu. John II. Deyn nml .Inliu T. Chnpman of Al huny appeared and asked that the colored mem ben; nt large of the Itepnbllcali Stnte Colnmlt. ten be electitl In the Con venl Inn Instead ot being selected by the Stale Committee. A cominltteo from the Iti-tiuhllran Statu league, consisting of He-urge Forsythe nnd 11. r . Iteuilngtou of .Monroe county, weru heard on tliu resolution of thu League Convention, favor ing u plank In thu platform amending tho elec tion law relutlve tn the primary elections. O'llOVltKK WILL HESItlX. lie Protested to Secretary Carlisle, bnt the Hrertlury Persists In Ills Demand. WamIii.noto.v, Seit. 1H.-Supervising Archl. lect U'ltuurko occupied his desk this morning lu the Treasury Department as usual, a If his resignation had not been asked. Officials and others on business came and went, and between theo visits Mr. O'Hourko filled In his tlmu In drafting hit letter of resignation. "Of course I will resign," said Mr. O'Rourke; "if not to-day, within a few-days. Until Idol have nothing to say." Tho mutter was not a surprise to Ihoso who are In tho confidence of high oftlclalt, but ciime as a bomb tn thu clerks In the bureau, who did not know the strained relations butweeu the architect and his Immeilluto subordinate olll. errs. Mr, Kemper, the chief clerk, wrote n let. ter to Secretary Carlisle ut .T o'clock yesterday, .In wlih h he said that the relations existing be. tween himself and the architect had come to audi a point that he would (Itherlmve to pro tect himself iieraonally against what he con kldered Insults or else to sever lilt connection with tho office In case Architect O'llourke was to remain Prior to Hit frlnllon had occurred between the contract clerk. Judge Filming, ami Ibe supervls ng architect, mid lids mailer had been brought to iho uttenliou of Secretary I lion receiving the letterof Mr. Kemper. Sec. retary Carlisle ut 4 o'clock )etterday demanded Ihu fniniidiutc. resignation of Mr" ()' tourke This morn ng Secretary Carlisle received a let. bn.V.'.'."! Aftl,''V V'nonrko. In whii'h he M! t I Imt ho hail received thudemnnd fur his resig. lint Ion with "amazement." He tecale.lt hu tatt-ment which he said the Secretary hid m,onl.,i,l!'n.1 ,arb', '" '''J "l"ltru tliin. thai fhould any charges bo madu uga list him. us w ut not unusualln onu occup)in5 that iVltlon mi I'lLl'i")' W""l1 KB-'" hi mtonu'e tthmu Uiurges liefure any action w as taken hy the head of tho deuartment. This, hu ullegis, hud i.ot been done. Mr. O'llourke adds that ho las S..VriJ,f?r. v,rr "luuths thut a conspiracy ex. falVl,wih n.ow." "nlco,u hrlngaltnit his down. tangSage Ut'"c'u"''t' tllu '"""Piracy lu strung mm.iE.t?ryi S,aJlMe "Piled that for many months he had known thut Hie arc iltfrfa of. !Efe,.ri1 " W0",14 '"'"Kht out of the ap. parent chaos. Instead of Improvement, how. ever, tho ofttce hud been going fram Uul to hor,1;nUUr.'U.lmlwlle,l'" '1 lhe?tlon lit. luu'.i. w!ll'" .'J "t u Jo'io. how. f,T-tr'.iW".houl .rau.Vu hesitation uud a careful liitestlgaltouot all the circumstance leading l7i,t0hi'ib"'rtU,.7 I'arlUleaski-a Mr. O'ltourke. lii ?" Bny :l'l',' of conspiracy existing In his offlce or In the deiiartmeut aijalnst himself imn'S.1" '.' una mf to out PUQbihment to the guilty party or parties. This letter was delivered to Mr. O'ltourke at about 11 o'clock tiwlay, and Mr. O'llourke then began the prejiaratou of his letter of resllrna. Hon law Sch'he will detail! lUssaldSheflm of the alleged conspiracy against lim, gltng names and dates. Documentary evldeuceln the shape of an Intercepti-d letter now I it he disk of jecretary CarlUle. It Is said, cuts an ImuiTrtant ?u" aiLuS" c" Ud mm)r develP totSJlaSmi -aa Marias UUUIsae. IivSvJiaaJ lul. "oo iurauj Tiacaa Prtae.. A Low Water Le el4 In Illversi, l'ond. AVolli, ntul th wiriir., of drlnklnp; wntcr thrcntctit t i nti-u innlnrlnl gerniK. Tlilicdtiilitin i .t tinllv utltitl In Ihu I'nl l, ntul It imitit ti lltsnl' HOOd'S Bars. JL JL?Qtv parilla Snrnnti.'irltln n n tuifc- V -.r HiinrifnjfnliistnllnrU fi ,lUjrCb ,s'nrniiiirlllii iniikcs 'WaVVi titirn lilts il, ntul Ihlt miiinU th( tvntem from nil Hit"".' )crll. It trr.-itct iiii'niina. t If o ntul tllci notiuil, robust hciiltli Hood's 1'llla cure nausea, sick lieBilnrhe " onsr.-J, (Ciittlnnce, ht. VAN TASSELL &, KEARNEY'S MAMMOTH llKPOIITOItV Ijirrrst Carrlige Wareroom In New Vorx rltr l.tuaml lilll Fatl llllti.t , through in i.i. IM. l7, IVHfji.t ltht Al.t. nn: 1-ati.kt suvmim NTAV ( III.OIIM, At 1. KlNilM OK THM'MIVll. 'mol'u,'TN'K:!;.v.l,.,il;,n,A i Oil ON'K OH TWO llOltiKs FANCY TRAPS OF ALL KINDS. Very Handsome nody llrnke, with lead Imrjt, for two or Four hor.t. If you don't know Just what juu wnnt for t nit miimier timing II will pry mi lol.sik tlirmuih Iheir reiwisllor). whire)ou will surely nml soiniihlni la '"'""n'wX'IAI. ATTKN'TION TO I.Abl I'ASHCNiiKH r.t.KVATOIt TO AM, KI.ooil. Till.' OHIO ItKMOVUACV. Lively niB-cnsmlnnx .lltiiltin netrEntrs Ahsst IndorstliK Neutltor tlrlee, Cot-fMlU'R, O., Sept. 1H. Delegate to th Dcnincratic Stnto Convention havo lsren arrlr. Ing hcreall day, but tho candidate for tho Mate, ticket nro few. The prospect fur Democrats In Ohio thl fall nre slim. John (1. ttcovca of Un. Custer. Fairfield county, will probably 1. nnml. natctl for Secretory of ytnte. and Dr. l-eelmf thla city for School Commissioner. No names nro yet menttomd for the other office. Thegrrnt light will lie whether Senator Ilrlcs bIiiiII lie endorsed nnd whether there shall bo a fiio silver plank In thu platform. Allen W. 'I htirmmi, wim has la-en chosen on the t i.tnmlt too on ItetnlutlotiB frnm thl dlttrlct, has afno silver resolution written nnd ready tn la- Mreil nt the cominltteo when It meets, Thurman has an Interest In a silver mine. Senator llrlco nrrlv ed nt .1 o'rlnc k nnd was Im. mediately surrounded by admirers. Ho shook hands with all and then rushed rnr hi rooms at tlm Nell House. Any attempt to etulnrsi. the , Administration nt thoextit-ntciif Senator llrlco will brlnrt nn u contest. On the ntht r hnntl, any movement tu Blnn the Administration and gho Senator llrlce nil glory and cridlt for the reptal of the McIJInlcy law will precipitate a row that will make tho Convention nno of the most mem orable iu the history (if Ohlopolltli. ltolh factloim In tho imrty arc tr)ing toarnld any action thnt can isitslhly Im innstrued a ff censure nr slight, und ut tho same time the Ad Vl iiilulslrntlnu nun, ns well no the llrlce people, pi nro looking for an endorsement or sona'tliliig y very nearly appro ichlng one. v The most pmoahlo outcome Isn comrromlse, B and tho drift appears to lie In that direction, W giving to the Adiulnlttriition, to Senator llrlce. H and tu the Ohio delegation lu Congress the full Jj measure of crtsllt duo them. Cnngreasmnn Torn rt Johnson of Clc eland arrived w It h thf t 'uyahuga delegation thl iifternoon. He savs thedelega- t Hon Is all acalntt llrlce. Kdttor W. W. ItotsTt I of the Stark county delegation, whose Cnnreii- j Hon )(s;enlay nd(i)itvd resnliitluiis eondemtiliig 1 Scnntor llrlce. viimts the Convention to take ue. W Hon on tho matter. Speaking on this subject k .Mr. Huberts said: 1 "The mad tu harmony Is n definite statement, A dlsappruvlni Mr. llrlce s course. Indicating thnt hi-It out of linn with his party. Ifwu fall to do this It villi bo Interpreted as cowardlio." .Messrs. A, Stewart mid N. D. Cochran of Tnle- m doiiii-active lu their ellorts to secure the ndop- Hun of ii resolution condemning Senator Itrlic, o mul are oiicn In their work nlong this line. They J iiriictl'-iilly agree with tho suggestions made by ' Mr, IlnU-rts, i Among the counties whose conventions have s pussttl rrsnliltluns colidenililng Scnntor llrlco ) are Mark, Culiimhiuna, l.oralne, Henry, (ieauca. ;, Williams, .Mahoning, mid I.ucus, While the j Cu)nhog.i delegation, wllh Congressmnn John snii nllts head. It uiixluiis fur such action to be taken, Hu- Hun. l.aurinou T. Nenl, late Demo oratlc candidate fur Uuicmor. Is oneof thu ac tive bailers mingling 111 Ihu throng. , " I stand now, mi far nt the tariff question Is roiicernnl. Just w hero 1 stood in the Democratic I National Convention of mil'-', and Just where I M ulivais kIihsI; that Is. a larltr for revenue only," 1 sold .v'r, Nml. us he stisst chatting lu the lobby 1 '"Ihu (tovernment hat no right to Impose a J tax iiNin exisirtt or Imimrts or Incomes or any 1 other thing snvu fur thu purtaist-t nf revenuo fl only. When wu havo arrived at thu economlu J millennium nf a revenue-producing tariff und I nothing ele. wu will have, so fur us thlt partlcu- i lar Issue it couceriird, thu Ideal guvernmentcon- I teinplateil by the trainers of the Federal Constl- I tutinn, I havu not iliiiugeil my views in the slightest tlegreit since I aided in forming tho ; nallonul plutfnrui of tho Democracy In 1KII'.', ' but I now iitiept tho lirusent Tariff law a thn best isit'lhlp under tliu circumstances. It la ' a step In the right direction and tho fight will Is-kept upon lids line till the principle, of tariff fur revenue only w HI nt lust Ik' established." 1 Frank llurd, Ihu temporar) Chairman nf tho Convention. In hit uis'idng speech will counsel A hanunii) and advise Democrats tn quit fighting li among themselvct und begin to Mght itepub- M llcutis, n oTTi:xnouvi:it ovrroTEn. 4 Kcliwiih .Urn Control the (lrrmss.,imerlrss Culou'i. Kserutlve t'omnillls, J For three hour) lut night the member of tho i KxecutlvuComiiiltteiiof the (ierman. American H lteform I'nlnu disciitsitl behind closed doors tn U onu of thu sinall meeting rooms of the Terrace 1 linrtlcii a resolution similar to the Townsend j, mil I -Ta m many resnlutlnn presented at the Cole. V limn Ilousitioiiferiui'i-, with thondded deebxra. Hon thai the union, at an organization, will i iniiiiiie us numiiiaiiousoreiiuorsemenia to city I and count) imidldiites, I This resnlutlnn wus introduced by theBchwab partisans to prevent the Ottendorfer Cuckoot from plitlglug thu support of the union tn ( Cuckisi randldnli'M for Congress or Assembly, , It wns hupMirtis:l vigorously by Messrs. Schwab. Moses OpiM-nlielmer. Arthur von Hrlesen. mid I ( arl Ilanser, and was opposed by Immigration I Commissioner Senner. ex-School Commissioner Tninsen. anil F. O. DIttman. Tho schwnbltes won. and were very Jubilant over their success. Had they not been siici ess. fill It wns said tliat they meant to bolt and form a (ierman organization of their own, which should not bo controlled by the William It. Draco Democratic machine. VOXOltKSSMAX CAItVTir HEATZX. a Another Kentucky IteprrsrslalUe Ordcrctf Kellred by Ilia Coustllurale, I.otusvii.I.E, Sept. 1H.-Congressman Aher firaham Carutli la another member of tho Flfty.Bocond Congress who hat fallen a victim tn tho reconl that body made. At tho primary election hi Id to-tluy hu wus budlv defeated hy Kit ward J. Mi-Dermutt. Another candidate, Mr. .lohn.M. Atlurton, run thlnl in thu race. At 0 o clock returns from 1 14 out nf a total of 160 precincts Indicate thut McDermolt's plurality over .Mr. Caruth will hoahout '-.',. The election was quiet and only a moderate vote wut polled, though candidates wero chosen fur all the count) nMlees In utldltloiitoCongreM. Q man. .Mr. McDennntt Is nf Irish iiareiUuce, Hu is 41 tears old and a Harvard graduate, lie I also studied lu Dublin mul at Heidelberg. Hu H It a scholar and a civil service reformer, an able H and experienced public speaker, und hat sen id H In Ihu Matu Legislature und Constitutional Con- H vetitlon. J", xu onvx.s JOLLincATinx. i Iteaurd for Ike Peellnaa of the Brerklarld I Urn Causes the Decision. I I.r.xihOTux, Ky..Sept. 18.- Capt. It. J Trrary, "fj Judges Jere. It, Morton, (leorgo H. Klnkead, (leu. Samuel R. Hill, S. W. Wisilley, Jumes M. drover, and W. J. Iiughrldge, who wereap. Inted a (ommillruof the Owens (Tub lo dralt rerolutluns thuukiug the women of tho district fur their gnat wnrk in tho ele. Hon of Mr. Owens, havu decided also, nut of lonsldrratlott fur the wounded feelings of the ilrei klurulge men. to hold no Jollilieutlon. Tim olllciul rtturns received here so far oa Saturday's primary are. Franklin Oweut. l.S-.'H; Urecklnridge. l.SO fceltle. '.'K7. Oh eus's plurality. .I'.'il. . .Hf0,. '. l.tc.'li;llreckinridge,045;Settle, 1 v!' .',,w,,,.t ul."ra"t'. ,14- Neither Wisslfonl nor Oldham havo been heard from further, hut Ow cub's plurality In the ' tlrst on Satunlay was reported to 1 D14. Tho latter gave Owens tin. This would make hu total plurality in these four counties l.lio-.'. Ht-iiry Urecklnridge, hil.'l: Oiiens.aOH; ijettlr. 0. Ilrtckliirlilge's plurality. 4ifi. The canvass of thu vute of Fayette rounty !?.'." H'o plurality of ltrecklnrUguuncharige.1. HallnUcast. 4,'.'4Ki valid latllots. 4,','IH. Ilntk Inr dge. 1,1174; Owens. l.7ot; Settle, 455. Ureck. r Inridge't .luralll). '.'(15. I COLGATE & OO.'S j 1806 LAUNDRY SOAP. I for ican txcliulvel u4 by Um trtti f.mtu fl (ajtJJjlHtauMtW HI MBHMllMittsJsBslsMlsMsslsBiMBsBMagB'' "l1- ' m.'"!.. ..iiiriTtfsxaBM