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said thft t1 chairman cn l man ihmt L2Pi on ont this Im Important haporant hLportant ¬
portant matter every man n shall have
a fun and fair hftrin hearlng I now Intro ¬
duce John J hi Sharp WlUtams of ofsippL Mfeefs MfeefstippL MIPIFIPPL
tippL sippLIr
3tEr Williams WfliiamJr Erplains ErplainsMr
Mr Jr r Williams spoke as s follows followsMr fOllG fOllGMr oIoW oIoWMr
Mr Chairman Chafr and Gentlemen O flUDIfl of
T the Convention Conyen All of us wer were very
much surprised and exerted this alter alternoon afternoon asternoon
noon to use no stronger woBoX wo at atwhat t twhat
what hat purported purpot to be copies aftete aftetegrams tetegrams ttIegrams
grams which had been sent by our ournominee ornominee osrJOminee
nominee to Mr Cannack and others ethsrsIn
In this city I tmnt to tell OIl YD4ttht YD4tthtbut tb tMt tMtbu t tbut
but bu t one telegram has iss been teeelved teeelvedMr tiva tivaM Md MdM
Mr M Carmack not only received no tIe telegram Wegram tIegrain ¬
gram today Lthe a the cfearactar e that wax waxpublished w w3ubIIshed I IpUblished
published but never nev received a tele telegram teteSTant te4egrain ¬
gram from Mr fr Parker in n all 11 his life lifeAnd U UAnd Uf UfAnd
And nobody received r a telegram con containing coitatning ¬ I Itaining
taining the language in that infamous infamousvolunteer fnfamotlSl fuCamouso1unteer
volunteer production Loud cheating cheatingand cheermgand clzeetingand
and applause applauseA
A telegram tel m has ha come from Mr MrParker MrParker MrParker I
Parker to Mr Sheehan however howeverwhich howeverwhIch I Iwhi
which whi h I shall read reedia in a moment and nd it itIs ItIs i
Is so important that you should know knowTV knowWhat
TV what hat it is that after I have read it itI It I
I i shall hand it to my friend the gr4 gr4crnor gev gsviernor + I Icrnor
crnor of my state Mr Verdanmn and andJiave endhave
have him him read it over again When you youshall youshall youEhall
shall have heard it I you will note JIOtetMt Ot that thatquiring thatthere j
there is not In It one Ofl WOrd out ont re requiTing re requfring
quiring or demanding or asking or orrequesting orue ori
i requesting ue tIng that anything 8IttlJ1 should be bepiaced belJ beIaced
piaced lJ iaced In the Democratic platform platformLoud patformLoud platformLoud
Loud a applauseErior applause applauseError JtlauseError
Error of Judgment JudgmentYou JudginentYou audgiuentYou
You will also note that if there is isany Isny lesny
any ny error fOrr r in it at all alllt it is air anerror error of ofJudgment ofjUdgment ofjudgment
Judgment proceeding from a tee 1oseRSI 1oseRSIt sensf sensftive lSI lSIt
tive t i ye e spirit of honor applause A too toosensitive tooSfnsttiye toosensitive
sensitive idea not to be misunderstood misunderstoodor
or ir placed pla m In a fase or In a double post posljon posiii postijnfl
ii ijnfl jon < > n I shall now ask Governor Varda Vardanian VardlLnUtn Vrdaflfl
nian to read the teta telegram ramto > ram to yeu yeuLoud yeuJ yeuJLoud yeuLoud
Loud cheering and applause applauseMr e e3lT
Mr Williams words were heard in a asilence asHence asilence
silence so deep s se intense notwith notwithstanding netwlthstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing his weakened voice that his hisevery hisffry hisery
every word was distinctly aufcfe in inail Inall Inpang
ail parts of the haJU He Hethen then handed handedthe han handedthe e eh
the h telegram to Governor Vardamaa Vardamaafao
who fao after requesting absolute quiet quietread quietread quetread
read the telegram te1egrantas as follows fellowsHonorable followsHonorable
+ Honorable William F Sheehan SheehanI 4j +
+ I regard the gold standard ataooardfirml ae asi 4 +
i + firmly firml and an irrevocably established establlMedand bed bedand 4 +
+ and shall act accordingly if the thea theaction 4 +
+ action a < Uon of the convention of today +
4 4 shall be ratified hj the people peopleAs peopleAs 4 + j
+ As the platform is s silent on thefj the theubjeet theubjert +
+ subject my views should be made madeknown madeknown 4 +
4 known to the conven coaventlon aDd U +
they t b y prove t 18 he to tothe tothe + 4dine
+ the DMIJority 1 req rqneet you to de dedine do doline +
+ dine line the nomination for me at atOnef atnne +
4 + once so that another anetltermay may be nom 1I0Dtjnated + 4inated
+ mated before adjournment aclj durnmeutA t tA +
+ A A B PARKER PARKERA 4 4A + 4 4ringing
A ringing cheer went around the hell kailbtt hellbt il ilb1t
btt it was brief hlif s M aaxieus xioos were the thedHpgatea tkedfjpgates thedlcgates
dHpgatea to see e what would fellow loltowMr lollowMr
Mr 1 I WiOiams continued continuedKrst continuedErst CoudnuedFirst
First Time in History HistoryMr
I Mr r Chairman I think you will willbear willbfar willbear
bear me out ut in what I said This is ish Isth Ishi
th h > first fl rst time in the history of the theTnited thelnited theI
Tnited I t 4 States that a a man already nom nominated BOftfnated noniInated ¬
inated for the greatest office on the thesurface thesurface theSI
surface SI rfaee of this earth has been so s Hpe Hpesen soporsciiitive per persensitive
sensitive sen itive about a matter of personal personallatitude persenlThtitude prson prsonT
latitude T titude and personal honor as to toF tonl toFflj
F Fflj nd a telegram asking asktn him to decline declinea
a nomination for him if as he heseems seems to tohave tohltH tobeen
have been informed there has been beensomething beenS
L something S In the platform which is not notin notin notA
in A anon id with his opinion opinionMy opinionIy opinionMy
My Iy friends we purposely purpo ely made this thte1latform thislatfonn thisL
1latform latfonn L torin silent on the qastkm of the themonetary the1h1Iftary theJ
J monetary itary standard We made it silent silentl silentuse
l suse use we all agreed that that was wasTit wast wasan
Tit t an issue in this campaign ap apausp apam apt
< ausp am t and we all agreed a forther fortherMV
11101 > MV I > that nothing IMKlt should be placed placedJn
Jn l the I h platform which was not a cam camiaicn camail1 cami
iaicn i ail1 issue and the consequence was wasi
S i the h resolutions committee motions motionsTV motionsmado
TV TO re made e to taBle and those motions motionsTrre motionsf motionsrrIed
Trre f carried rrIed every resolution re on both hothsiies bothj1 bothq
siies j1 q which tended t ndecl to bing up as an ansue anOUf anIfl
the of ofp ofn1netary i iO
sue in this campaign question
p O monetary standard standardKaovm standardKnown I
Known of o All Mea MeaXow Me NeeN
1 1Xnw
Xow N w my friends Judge Parker t ex exT X Xrr5ts c cTrsses
Trsses T r s his i a opinion for fear somebody somebodyr
r itriit ie lt think that you o di dkLiiot < Lnot not know It ItThre It ItThre
Thre 1 r was W S not in all this v vast aogem aogeml emby m mlv
l by ly one ne single ngle solitary man who did didT didtlred
T > t t alrendy alrfrd know that Judge Parker ParkerA
A j 13 n I gold o1d standard man I have been heenj beenur
oj j of the moat t consistent COD8lst nt persistent persistenti
i i perhaps radical ra4 1 silver iHen in the theI theTnittd
I Tnittd rited States and I t knew that he wa waold was wasgold w wf1d
> gold old standard man and he never neveri neverIHlf
i IHlf uie 1 > any attempt to conceal it from fromanybody fromybody frombfKIy
anybody ybody He had supported our can canHates eanddatf cantP
Hates tP > J and 14 4 said that although he her benot noI
r i not agree with its upon this plank plankt plankbn
t bn r wa was ra still si ill a Democrat Applause ApplauseMy
My l fi fin1 iends tn we purposely ely made madeIyltfrm a aITI aTI
ITI Iyltfrm TI tfirm f rm so 1 far as the monetary monetarystandard BtOAetarYa1dard monetaryilard
standard ilard was concerned upon which whichVYiiirim wAichWt1itm whichTI
VYiiirim TI tm J Bryan could have stood or orover ocGer orl
Ger < l over vrr Cleveland could have stood or orlinr orhody orbody
body f1e who wu with 118 In the thelie theing
lie Jlin linr live campaign issues could couldhave couldhae couldha I
have ha stoo stnoL < IL Applause ApnmueeH
H l th thOl i h < n L Announced that a message messagev ineasaSeSWcr
v answer a 115Wf SWcr > r to the th one from Judge e Park Parkhad ParkI I
I had ii a d been b en prepared and would be heF belutz
F bmitt hmlttErt lutz U 1 1 t fo > the convention conventionHi
Hi declaration dc aration that Parkers views viewsrt vl viewskn ws
rt 1 kn < own < vu IL to every man in the con contion conJt coni
Jt tion i on n ivaa wa 15 received with faint ap apiai apif apcc
iai if cc e Ue asked Senator TiHrnwi TIH to toi toad toad I
i ad d tb th1D the mooease m aagO xe hut there th re was WIllSil a aiirt art
< iirt il < rt t delay owing owlaKto to the difflculty ex exTer e efrfnced oxneed
Ter frfnced > need by tt ttie senator in deciphering decipheringUt dOdPh 5ht 5hthandwriting
Ut 11 < handwriting of Mr Williarafc WilliarafcTfllmim Willia WilliaT11bntul WilhiauiTIlinian
Tfllmim Reads Reply EeplyThe ReplyThe ReplyTe
The senator nat l a a8ketl ed for quiet quietth 9yt sayhsg sayhsgt g gthit
thit th t 1 lt < he had UB undergone ergone an OpertICSt raflott raflotthis dOlt I Ihi9 Ihis
his throat and that his voh voice had hadsi bedthat
si that nis nlglaUapJe Un le quality itialIty that it ito ite
> o 1 1II posBeeaed posBeeaedlie po polit
lie II then proposed prOPOe to read the tele telehim tele telegam telegarn
gam when Mr rr WHOa Williams interrupted JRternapWJdhim
him m with tfc UO rewark Here is a type tynFoTwhich type typerH typesriten
sriten rH t eon fOIIIS copyFr
FoTwhich 101 whIch I thank tha k A1 Almightyr Almighty hty God Godrtorted GocITtvrted
He then read readThe readt readti
rtorted r t V ted the senator
The t ti fie following f01l0 age to t Judge JudgeIii Ju Jup JudeIa
Iii p rli ir irTh r rTheplatform
rKTh Theplatform Th Th platform adopted by thh con cont conlltion coninn
t ntion inn is issileot silent on the question q tion of off ofmncury > f ftp
standard because it ItDot 3 3iot 3Lot
f tp e mcnetary ffinet ry
iot Dot regarded by fis s as a possible i issue issuehis ue uein uel
in l this his campaign and only campaign campalgWere campaignues
ues Wire mentioned in the platform platformTherefore platformTtpreforf platformc
Therefore c fore there thtreis is nothing in the tbfews tbfewslreMed views viewsxjressed viewsressod
xjressed ressod by you in the telegram 3 jut jutcfied U8t st streii
reii 0 pived which would preclude a man manf n nf
f 0 tertaining trta1r ng them from fromaccepUng accepting acceptingi a a1m a1natitbTI
i 1m > ranation nation on said ptatf platfcTm platfcTmMr < sr n nVs
Vs 5 Mr Tillman concluded the read readr
r > g of the message n ssage Representative RepresentativeTuchardson Repre RepreaentatechardtrI entatjv
Tuchardson 1 leba r m of fJ f Alabama arose he said saidi said1isp5iOflstelY
t i dispassionately di discuss the raes meet
t t p r to be b sent nt to Judge Parker ParkerChairman Parkerhairman Parkeriirman
Chairman hairman lurk paid aid that he had hadoi
> oi o I nized Senator Tillman who de def de def
f t d 1 to discuss the matter 3Cr Rich Ricniiison RIcbbon
iiison bon 1 Ifl bow bowed d and retired at once onceWhile 0QCfSWbile oncev
While v hie Mr Tillman was speaking speaklllcJir spekhwspntatlve
Jir 1 rrtsentative entathe < John ohn Sharp Williams Williamsj W lImp
j p r > W t 54J ted frstai the platform platf to t the seat seatilr seatr seatMr
ilr r Richardson Ric antsoa and the two engasd engasdi en eni
i earnest I irrist conversation Mr Tillmans TillmansTOT TlllmansFor Tilimansor
TOT or Cramps CrampsDiarrhoea Crampsft CrampsSTETT
ft lI Diarrhoea or orBowel O orS r rytJ
ytJ m rTTf1lS Bowel Com Complaint ComCELEiRATttJ ¬
S CELEiRATttJ plaint plaintthere plainttlere plaintthere
there s no BM BMc mod 18MdIte
4 c dIte will 111 tfororelief affordf afford aftortrelief
relief f quicker quickerthan k kdose
than the th Bit Bitters Bitten ¬ I
ten Take a adose 1doae
dose at the first firstsymptom firstt
t ll 4 ira symptom symptom41t1 an anavoid alMl alMlavoid I
41t1 avoid I Isary ueeeesi unneces unnecessary ¬
sary saryufLn saryufLniJ suffering j j I IIt
i it aUi a > curae curaeUausea CUlISNausea
Nausea UauseaIndigestion I i iIndigestion
iJ Indigestion IndigestionDyspepsia Indigestionb = t1ou t1ouSTOMACH j j
b STOMACH Dyspepsia and andMalarlaFever andTT andMahtrfaFever
ISTOMACHR MalarlaFever MalarlaFeverand MahtrfaFever1gw I
1gw and Ague j
remarks were followed closely cl ly by the thewhole thewbole thewhole
whole audience His vehement declara declaration declareon declaratton ¬
tion I swore by b > Almighty God that I Iwould IWOUld Iwould
would not endure to be trifled with with
brought forth applause appl e and cheers cheersBryan cheersBryan cheersBryan
Bryan Appears AppearsAs
As Senator Tflunan was endeavor endeavoring endeavortn endeavortnt ¬
tnt tn to answer a question qtle injected in inthe
the discusaton by former fornerSenator Senator Petti Pettiffrew PettlATew Pettirrew
ffrew of South Dakota as to whether whetherMr
Mr Hill had stated in committee that
he did not know Judge J dge Parkers vIews viewfeon
on the financial question Mr Bryan Bryancame Bryancame
came into the hall hallInstantly ballIDatantly hailInstantly
Instantly there was an uproar Calls Callsof callsof
of Bryan ry Bryan went up and
the galleries cheered Mr Bryan went
to his place In the pit but as the cries criesof criesth
of 01 the tkeebrasitins Nebrasfcans ebra name coupled with withthe Ith
the word platform platform l
eon continued eonMr eontiaed ¬
tinued Mr Bryanmadhiswayto Br7anmtcle Ms Wft way to
the staae staaeHis KaJe KaJeHI8 staeHid
His feee was chalk white He Hewalked HewaJRc HewaIked
walked rapidly up the side aisle His
1 Jip 3ij P0 werje w compressed eom reued Jo o a atiJi flPi tH line lineand 11 lipeend
and his hi brows drawn straight He Henervously HeJlerVoaly Henervously
nervously fanned himself and paid no noattention
attention to the hands that were held heldout heldout heldout
out to him as he passed passedSenator passedSenator I
Senator Xewlands of Nevada also alsowent alsowent I Iwent
went to the speakers kers stand standGalleries standGalleries standGalleries
Galleries Threatened ThreatenedAfter ThreatenedAfter TbreatenecLAfter
After a threat on the chairmans part
to clear the galleries where most of the
dJsturbft disturbance came from lOII1 the noise noiseceased nol nolceti8ed noiseceeetI
ceased Senator Tillman continued by bysaying QYsaying bysaying
saying that if he understood unde mood the pres present prment ¬
ent temper of jbe delegates the
threats of the chair with reference to tothe tothe tothe
the galleries would be carried out outLook outLoek outLook
Look out shouted a voice lce You Youlook Y Youlook u
look out or you will be put out re retorted re retorted FetoTted ¬ j
torted Mr Tillman and instantly in the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police seised the offending spectator spectatorand spectatorand spectatorantL
and elected him himAs himAs himAs
As the senator concluded there was a ashortlived aRbortUved ashortlived
shortlived burst of applause but it itwas Itwas itwas
was evident the delegates de gate were in no nomood nomOOd nomood
mood to waste time in demonstrations demonstrationsBryans demonstrationsBryans S SBryans
Bryans Speech SpeechMr SpeechMr
Mr Bryan then rose and came to the thefront tRefropt thefront
front of the rostrum ro His face was waspale waspale wa wapa
pale pa and drawn with illness His voice voicewas voleeWlg voicewag
was weak and hoarse He spoke with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great effort but quietly and with lth self selfcontrol selfcontrol It Itcontrol
control controlAs controlAs controlAs
As the speaker went on his voice voicegrew TOleerew voicegrew
grew rew stronger and clearer and as he henarrated be1IIIrratecl lienarrated
narrated the story of his efforts to se secure secure socure ¬
cure the insertion In in the platform of offinancial a afinancial afinancial
financial plank the flush of excitement excitementcovered excitementeovered excitementcovered
covered his face and his gestures be became became became ¬
came more frequent and more emphatic empbatlcHis emphaticIlls j
His declaration that the sending of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the telegram to Judge Parker was a adeelaraUon adeclaration j
declaration for the gold standard side sideand sideand sideand
and his statement that if the Democ Democracy Democracy Democracy ¬
racy was to adopt such a view it should sho shouldbe ld ldbe I
be honest aiM say w O > frankly was wasgreeted wasgreeted wasgreeted
greeted with a shriek of applause from fromt frontthe I Ithe
the t galleries and one man with a astrong astrong
strong voice yelled Ied Thats right I
Petttgiww Butted In InExSenator InExSerator InExSenator
ExSenator Pettigrew Petti interrupted to toknow toknow toknow
know if the Parker telegram did not notdeclare notdeclare notdeclare
declare that the gold standard was wasfirmly wasfirmly wasfirmly
firmly and irrevocably Axed and was wasinformed wasinformed wasinformed
informed that he was correct Loud Loudapplause Loudappiause Loudapplause
applause greeted gre ted Mr Bryans remark remarkthat remarkthat remarkthat
that it was a manly thing in Judge JudgeParker JudgeParker JudgeParker
Parker to express expre8S big opinions before beforethe beforetbe beforethe
the convention adjourned but his state statement statement statemont ¬
ment that it would have been a manlier manlierthing manlierthlOf manlierthIng
thing had he spoken before the con convention n nventlon nventlon ¬
ventlon met was again cheered He Heannounced Heannou Heannounced
announced annou that he would propose an anamendment anI anamendment
I amendment to the tbeme86 message e and took tookhte tookhJa tookhis
his seat amid loud cries of Vote vote voteHill voteHill ate ateHm
Hill HillSenator
Senator John Daniel chairman of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the committee on resolutions resolu tlom was as then thenrecognized thenr thenrecognized
recognized r l to reply to Mr r Bryan BryanIt
It was then 11 oclock and there were weresigns weremgna weresigns
signs that the trouble would pass Mr MrBryans MrBryans MrBryans
Bryans speech and that of Senator SenatorTillman SenatorTillman SenatorTlllman
Tillman had been listened to attentive attentively ¬
ly When applause was given there therewas therewas therewas
was no Do disposition dtsp SltJon to prolong it itThe It ItThe ItThe
The delegates were evidently in a abusinesslike a1MIsInessUke abusinesslike
businesslike frame of mind and de determined determined detormhied ¬
termined to adjust and close e the t inci incident incldent mcdent ¬
dent that bad been so dramatically dnLmatleallyinjecte drpmaijcpjlyinjected dramaticallyinjected
injected l into the situation situationSenator situationSenator situationSenator
Senator Daniel was recognised but huthad buthad buthad
had spoken only a few words when a adelegate 8cHletate adelegate
delegate from Arkansas announced announcedthat announcedttat announcedthat
that he could hear nothing because of ofthe orthe ofthe
the noise among delegates de s and after aftersome aftersome aftersome
some conversation between him and andthe andthe andthe
the chairman the latter directed that thatif tbatif thatIf
if delegates made any trouble the po police po poUce police ¬
lice should 8 uld take two or orthree three of them themout themout themout
out and it win 1U do them good goodDaniel goodDflDiel goodDaniel
S SSenator
Daniel Applauded ApplaudedSenator ApplaudedSenator
Senator Daniel concluded cluded at 1117 1117His 111His 1117His
His speech wa WM received with hearty heartyapplause heartyappmue heartyapplause
applause from the pit where the dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates were seated seatedJ
J B Weaver of Iowa who 00 twelve twelveyears twelveyears twelveyears
years ago o was wa the t presidential pr nUal nom nominee nomIDee momlace ¬
lace of the < Populist party next spoke spokebeing spokebeing j
being recognized amid calls of Vote VoteVote VoteVote j
Vote from all over oV r the hall ail It was wasbe washe j
he said an optical illusion iIIu lott to suppose supposeParker supposeParker supposeParker
Parker to be a foot higher than yes yesterday e8 e8tertiay i iterday
terday The illusion ton wafc caused u by bythe bythe
th the convention being bein three feet lower JerTo lowerTo j jto
To end the tel telegram wu equivalent equivalentto I
to saying All right Judge anything anythingyou j jyou
you want we will accede to toMr toMr I IMr I
Mr Weaver punned the name of the theplace theplace
place from where here Judge Parker sent senthis sentlti senthis
his lti telegram te1e am It is spelled Eeopus Eeopushe EOOPOehe
he said But I think it ought to read readEsoapus readEsoapua
Esoapus Vociferous cries of ofQuestion ofQuestion
Question Question Vote fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed Tfc The chair recognised 1s ChartS ChartesS
S Hamlin of Massachusetts who whourged whourged
urged the sending of the telegram tele m to toJudge toT toTedge
Judge T Parker As Mr Hamlin finished finishedit
it was evident that the delegates were ifereheartily 4Cereheartily wereheartily
heartily sick of listening 1il5t nlng to speeches speechesand speeebesnd speechesand
and nd were rapidly losing temper over overthe overihe
the constant C t succession of speakers speakerswho speekswho peak peakwho
who mounted the platform and they theyclamored theyeiamored theyelam6red
clamored fiercely for a vote hut Chair Chairman Chairnian ¬
man Clark true to his promise that thatevery thateery thatevery
every man should have a fair snow snowrecognized 8bowbed showrecognized
recognized bed Senator Carmack of Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee nesseeThe nesseeThe nesseeThe I
The speaker declared that Mr Bryan Bryansaid BryanakI Bryaniiaid
said that the nomination 1IOMt alion of Judge JudgeParker Ju JuParker JudgeParker
Parker would he a declaration enough enoughon I
on the money plank plankMr plankXr pIanMr
Mr Chairman said Mr r Bryan an ris rising rIlog xis1mg ¬
log hastily 1 I her the gentlemans gentlemanspardon gentlemanspardon gentlemanspardon
pardon but I r never said that thatJohn thatJohn thatJohn
John S S William supported Mr rl Bry Bryan Bryn Bryku ¬
an in his statement and Senator r Car Carinaok CariDack Carmack
mack accepted a ed the correction The Thesenator The8enator Thesenator
senator took occasion n to deny that he hehad JIebad hehad
had ever received a message from fromJudge fromJ1Id fromJudge
Judge Parker The chair recognized recognisedMr bIE
Mr 1 Bryan wfco 10 presented teJ an amend amendment JUDeJHIIIWnt amendmOnt ¬
mOnt to the reply to Judge Parker as asfollows a3tollows asfollows
follows tollowsBryan Bryans Amendment AmendmentBut AmendmentBut
But as you will ill if elected be beupon caned canedupon calledupon
upon to act upon certain phases of the themoney theJ11ont themoney
money J11ont > y question we would ould like to know knowwhether knowhether knowwhether
whether you 00 favor reducing the vet volume vetume vu vuume ¬
ume of silver dollars dol whether you fa favor favor fevor ¬
vor an asset currency and Wench na national natlonal nationa ¬
tional bank whether you prefer na national national attional ¬
tional bank currency to United States Statesnotes Statesnotes Statesnotes
notes notesMr notesfr notesMr
Mr Bryan then proceeded to I answer answersome auwerof
some of the statements made hy those thosewho ewho thosewho
who had followed fol1 wed his first ftrstOrat adorems adoremsGreat addeessGroat
Great applause e followedhis followed his assertion assertionthat aseertJonthat assertionthat
that lack of harmony in the party partycould partycould partycould
could notbe laid at his door doorSenator doorSenator doorSenator
Senator Carmack undertook to cor correet eecTOrt i irect
TOrt a statement 8tat lf made by Mr r Bryan Bryana Bryanlito
a ate the proceedings I ia theoumnittee theoumnitteeon Ute aaalMtttef aaalMtttefon
on resolutions qtiom and a soon defeate d fol followed folJowed 01 01lowod ¬
lowed between betw 2n the th gentlemen tletaen with the theresult tbesult theresnlttbat
result resnlttbat sult vthat neither satisfied the other otheras
as to who ho possessed the better mem memory memory mexnory ¬
ory oryThe
The speaker woke the tlaegAUerjM galleries to toenthusiasm t tentlPlatasm toenthuslamit
enthusiasm when hen he declared that he hehad hehad hehad
had expressed eX a w1ntft willingness to support supporta ppo1t ppo1ta
a gold standard man to build b Hd up har harmony harmony barniony ¬
mony in the party and anda again when h hdeclared hdecIarM hc hcdeclared
declared that he believed the adop adoption dop dopttmi P Ptlon ¬
tion of the gold standard would defeat defeatthe d defeatthe feat featthe
the party in the tb impending campaign campaignThere campa campalpeThere l lThere
There were > only two ways out of the thedifficulty thedtfftculty thedifficulty
difficulty into which the action a Uor of ofJudge orJudge ofJudge
Judge Parker had ha plunged the party partyOne parUOne partyOne
One was to amend the message in the themanner themanner themanner
manner he had ifUgSe suggested ted and the theother theother
other was to amend the platform by byth byth bytnc
th tnc insertion in rtion of a gold plank plankLeaning plankLeaning
Leaning far over the rail in front frontor
of 0 the platform he shook his han hand handth handq < r atj
the th New ew York delegation and said saJdI
I will ill agree t to tO > adopt Senator Car Carmak Carrnaks
macks plank Will that satisfy the thetrie thefriends i ifriends
friends ds of Judge Parker I
It vas as ten minutes after midnight midnightwhen mIdnl1twhen midnlgLtwhen
when Mr Bryan concluded and Repre Representatfve Repre Represantatfve RepreI
I sentatfve JojUi 1nSharp Sharp WlHiaxhs WJ lhuns arose aroseHe aroseHe
He plunged without preface into a ascathing acathing ascathing
I scathing arraignment of Mr Bryan BryanTurning BryaILTurning BryanTurning
Turning from time to time he faced facedMr facedJ facedMr
Mr r Bryan Bo n who sat with immobile immobilecountenance ImmobUcouDtenance immobilecountenance
countenance and fanned himself His Hisvoice HiSVoice Hisvoice
J voice trembling Mr Ir Williams declared declaredthat declaredt declaredthat
that t Mr Bryan had presented pr enled the thespectacle thef he hef
f spectacle Sp Sp ctacle of a man pleading for har harmony hart hermony ¬
mony when m all ll this great conven convention CORventlon conveation ¬
t tion his had been pte ke onlw voice oI of ofdiscord ofdiscord ofdiscord
discord The amendments to the theParker UeParker tJeParker
Parker telegram he characterised as afL asa asalot a alot aOOlot
OOlot lot of foolish questions He Hespolre HespolreSUtiClu Hesat1rical1 spoee spoeesatirically
satirically with biting humor and andgreat andgreat andgreat
great earnestness earnestnessIn
In explaining that the telegram from fromJudge fromrudg fromJudge
Judge Parker Paxker was simply lmplyan an iexpressIon exores < exoresston
ston bf the fudges own individual individualopinion hidlvldualoptHion individualopftdoit
opinion Mr WHUaxns suddenly suddenlywheeledand suddenlywheeled suddenlyeoled
wheeledand wheeled eoled alHlfaelAgt and fakig4heso fa 4 thes se on the plat platform platform platforx1 ¬
form asked askedSuppose askedSuppose ked kedSuppose
Suppose It Was Was Bryan BryanSuppose BryanSuppose BryanSuppose
Suppose we had nominated Me MeBryan Mr MrBryan 1IrBryan
Bryan on the platform platformGod platformGod platformGod
God forbid ejaculated Richmond RichmondP
P Hobson in a loud voice just behind behindthe behIndthe behIndthe
the speaker In explaining his own at attitude attJtude attitude ¬
titude on the absence of a financial financialplank financialplank i iplank
plank in the platform he remarked of ofthe ofthe
the money question questionIfIt questionul questionIflt I
ul IfIt it is in a trance It will awake awaketbut awak awakebut i
but if it is dead I do not want the thecorpse thecorpse thecorpse II IIbut
corpse In my parlor parlorTaking parlorTaking parlorTaking
Taking up the question of the reply replyto
to Mr Parker Mr Williams read the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first sentence sentenceThe sentenceuThe sentenceThe
The platform adopted by this con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention is silent on ontbe the money ques question question questhin ¬
tion Does any an one tMtedeny deny that tteven ttevenrr even evenMr
Mr rr Bryan asked as ed Mr lr Williams WilliamsThen VlUiamsThen 1VuhiamsThen
Then take the next sentence he said saidbecause saidubeeause midbecause
because it is not regarded by us a apolitical apolitical apolitical
political issue Does any anyone one in this thishall tbisbaU thishail
hall deny that I If there is any anyone anyoneon one oneon oneon
on the floor of this convention who be believes be be1ieves believes ¬
lieves that the money mone question is any anyissue anyIssue anyIssue
issue In this campaign let him arise arisein ari8eIn arisein
in hisiilace hisiilaceNot his hisplaceNot place placeNot
Not a delegate arose aroseNow aroseNow aroseNow
Now let any ny one on the platform platformwho platformwho
who believes the t e mosey mo ey question q uestlon an anissue a ai anissue j
issue i ue arise ariseAs arlseAs ariseAs
As he saidthisMr said this Mr Williams turned turnedto turn turnellto en ento
to Mr Bryan But Mr Bryan kept keptbis keptlis
bis lis seat seatCries seatCries seatCries
Cries of Question question came cameso e cameso tne tneso
so fast that confusion reigned for some someminutes someminutes someminutes
minutes Inthe confusion an effort errortmade was wasmade wasmade
made to make an Adjournment motion motionThis motionThis motionThis
This was ruled butof out ut f order orderBryan orderDryan orderBryan
Bryan Jor or Parker ParkerMr ParkerIr parkerMr
Mr Ir Bryan sprang to to his feet and anddeclared anddeclared anddeclared
declared that his delegation was going goingto golD golDto
to support the eandtdate that New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York wanted for vice ice president and if ifit ifit ifIt
it would conduce condu to harmony he would wouldwithdraw wouldwithdra wouldwithdraw
withdraw hIs amendments to the re reI re reply ream
I am going to withdraw W this amend amendment amendmont ¬
ment said Mr Bryan Our delega delegatu delegation delegation I
tu tion n will vote for the candidate for vice V
president that Ne New r York wants we weare
are not going to do one thing to mar marth marthe marthe
th the harmony of the convention conventionA
A roar of applause followed the an announcement annou announceinent ¬
nouncement nouncementAfter nou nounceinentAfter ment mentAfter
After some debate de te a Tolleali was or ordered ordered ordared ¬
dered on the question qu tlen of the adoption adoptionof
of the Williams Imams reply to Judge Tud e Par Parkers Parkers Parkers ¬
kers message to Mr Sheehan SheehanAs Sh han hanAs
As the rollcall proceeded It was evi evident eddent cvident ¬
dent that the motion to send nd the mes message message moesage ¬
sage to Judge Parker would be carried carriedhy carriedby carriedby
by an overwhelming majority The Theresult Theresult Theresult
result was announced to be 774 ayes
191 nays and the message was ordered orderedsent orderedsent orderedsent
sent by the convention The Th vote voteclosed voteclosed voteclosed
closed the incident which when It was wasborn wanborn a aI
born at the afternoon session promised promisedto proml d dto
I to be more than sensational It had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been provocative of some feeling feelin and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much anxiety on the part of the party partyleaders partyleaders partyleaders
leaders but from the first of the even evening evening evening ¬
ing session it was evident that they the had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the situation well In hand handVote handVote bandVote
Vote For Vice President PresidentThe PresidentThe
The order of business now went back backto backto beckto
to the point where her Governor GoyernorYarda GoyernorYardamann Varda Vardaraann Vardamann
mann sprang the Parker telegram telegramrumor telegramrumor telegramrumor
rumor and a recess when the roll of ofstates ofstates ofstate
states was > as about to be becaUed called on onvote the thevote th thvote
vote for the thenomhtttioa nomination t 1f f a a candidate candidatefor audidaI audidaIfor didate didatefor
for vice president lid the chair di directed directed dlrected ¬
rected that the roll Should be called calledAlabama calledAlabama calledAlabama
Alabama Arkansas and California Californiawent Californiawent
wentSOUdly went solidly for Davis Turner scored scoredseven scoredseven scoredseven I
seven on the Colorado vote and Wil Williams Wilhams Williams ¬
liams received three at the same time timeThe timeThe
The final result of the ballot un unofficially unofficially unofficially ¬
officially was wasTllllams wasDi wasillizme
Tllllams illizme Di ms 165 16 Turner 1W Davis DavisHarris 54 54Harris 4 4Harris
Harris 5S 58 Iowa did not vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The nomination of Davis was made madeunanimous madeunanimous madeunanimous
unanimous It was resolved that the thefull j jfull ifull
full report of the proceedings of the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention should be printed printedDelegate i iDelegate iDelegate
Delegate John Lamb of Indiana Indianamoved j jmoved i imoved
moved that the Democratic national nationalcommittee nationalcommittee nationalcommittee
committee be authorized to fill any an va vacancies vacancies vacannes ¬
cancies that might occur on the na natfonal naonal I IlIIonal
tfonal onal ticket ticketThe ticketThe ticketThe
The notion was made in the form of ofa ofa ofa
a resolution which w idt was adopted with without witbout without ¬
out opposition A resolution naming namingand namingand namingand
and thanking the officers of the convert convention conyentlon convertlion ¬
lion was also adopted aloe James K KJones KJones KJones
Jones and the outgoing national natl nal com cornmittee i imtttee Imlttee
mtttee mttteeThe mltteeTbe mitteeThe
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The people of St Louis and the theBusiness theBusiness
Business Mens league Jea e of the city were werethanked i ithanked ithaBked
thanked for entertainment = provided providedChairman provideChairman I IChairman
Chairman Appointed AppointedChairman AppointedChairman t tChairman
Chairman Champ Clark and Tempo Temporary Temporary Temporacy ¬
rary Chairman John Sharp Williams Williamswere Williamswere Williamswere
were made respectively chairman of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the committees to notify Judge Parker Pa Parkerand rker rkerand i iand
and exSenator exSenatorDaYi5 Davis of their nomina nomination noinination j jtion
tion tionIt tionIt j
It was also lso 80 announced that the new new11tlonal newnational I Inational
national committee C would meet in New XewYork Newon NewYork
York on a date to be fixed by the chair chairman j jman i iFrederlekB
man manFrederick Frederick B Holman was announced announcedas I
as national eommttteeman for
Oregon OregonThanks OregonThanks
Thanks to the management presi president I Ident I Ident
dent and officers of the Louisiana LouisianaPurchase I IPurchase IPurchase
Purchase Exposition company were wereexpressed wereexpressed
expressed in a resolution which was wasagreed 1 1agreed igreed
agreed to toThe j I
The convention ratified by agreeing I Ito I Ito
to a motion the selection of Thomas ThomasTaggart ThomasTaggart I
Taggart of Indianapolis as chairman chairmanof
of the national committee Mr Tag Taggarts I Igarts Igarts
garts selection was announced too toolate j I
late to be recorded in the regular r way j
Senator McCreary of Kentucky pre presided i isided Isided
sided in the closing moments of the theconvention j jconvention 1convention
convention conventionA j
A resolution res of thanks to Senator SenatorJey SenatorBley j
Bailey Jey of Texas for the admirable admIrablemaimer admirablemanner j jmanner
manner in which h he presided over the theconvention theconventlon theconvention
convention was agreed to toAt toAt toAt
At 131 oclock Senator McCreary McCrearyadjourned McCrearyad3ournod
adjourned the convention v ntiOft sine die the thehand theMnd thebend
hand playing Auld Lang Syne SyneVOTE SyneVOTEBY SyncVOTE
Copy of the Official Om Ballot l1ot Por Presi President President resI resIdeilt ¬
dent dentSL deiltSt I ISt
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Alabama AlabamaArkansas S 8 oArkansas
Arkansas If IfCalifornia O 0Mtoaoo OCalitom oCalifornIa I
California CaliforniaOoferado CalifornIaColorado e 11 11tIo
Colorado tIo 4 4Connecticut 4Connecticut 3 3C30nnecUcwt
Connecticut 14 14Delaware 0 0Delaware
Delaware DelawareFlorida 0 0Pleri oFisrhia
Florida Pleri 6 6Georgia 4 4I11bto1s 4Iflkio4s
Georgia 36 36Idaho
Idaho IdaholUtaofs
lUtaofs e eIndiana t tIRdtana 4 4Indiana
Indiana IndianaIowa a a1ewa
Iowa 10 t tKaneas I IJJ I Ianses
Kaneas anses JJ S ffKentucky ff I ILou jgKostucky
Kentucky Louisiana Lou Loufat LouisianaMaine = < 2 2Maiae
Maine fat 7 7Maryland 1 1M4tryJaIld 1Mryliid
Maryland 16 16Massachusetts IiMRfSa g a aMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettsMichigan MRfSa htlEetts e eMJeht81i aMichigan
Michigan MichiganMinnesota a
Minnesota G 9 93t it
Mlediaipl 3t J JKI oMissouri
Mtoaoo MtoaooMontana Missouri a 0 0Moatana I IMoatsna
Montana MontanaNebraska g gebrssha 0 0ebra81ra
Nebraska NebraskaNevada 0 4 4Nevada 4tecada
Nevada NevadaNew tecadaNew C CNew
New Hampshire HampshireNew E 0 0r 0New
New r ew Jersey JerseyNew 24 24New 0 01ewYork
New 1ewYork York YorkNorth 2S 0 0North oNorth
North Carolina CarolinaNorth t tNCKth 0 0North
North Dakota DakotaOhio DakotaOhio DakotaOhio
Ohio OhioOregon 46 4 4Oregon 0 0Oregon
Oregon OregonPennsylvania 0 4 4Pean 2 2Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRhode Pean lvanla i3 3 0 0Rhode 0Rhode
Rhode Island IslandSouth 2 6 6South 0South
South Carolina CarolinaSouth 18 e eSouth 0South
South Dakota DakotaTennessee 0 i ij STennessee
Tennessee TennesseeTexas e eCtah 2i 0 0Texas
Texas TexasUtah fc C Cttab
Utah UtahVermont Ctaherment 0 0 0Vermont
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Wisconsin WisconsinWyoming JS 1 1Alaska J J1YyonunS
Wyoming Q Qe Qt I IAlaka
Alaska i 6 0 0Arizona 1 1Arizona
Arizona ArizonaJOutrict e = 0 6 6District
District t of OoIumBla lumbt 6 6Indian 6Indian 6Indian
Indian Territory TerrftoryHawaii 5 5Hawaii 1 1Hawaii
Hawaii U 0 0New 0Nw I INew
New Mexico MexicoOklahoma JleDcoOJ C S SOklahoma
Oklahoma OJ OklahomaPortg aboma abomaPorte S SPorto
Porto Rico Rl e ePhUtpptnes 2 t I IPhilippines
Philippines a 6 0 0Totals 4 4i 4To 0Totals i
Totals 658 05SThe 0Tbe 205 205The
The vete for the other candidates caooit1Rt8WRS caooit1Rt8WRSas was wasas wasas
as follows followsCoekrellrKansas followsCockreilKansas f fCoekraJl
CoekrellrKansas CoekraJl KanSJs 1 1 Minnesota 1 1 1 Mls Missouri MlssowI Mlssoon ¬
souri soon 3S 31 Nebraska N bmska4 4 4 Total J u 42 42dney 42OlneyMalne
I dney OlneyMalne aialne r ne 4 Massachusetts MaSll chuSiettS chuSiettSI Ne Nebraska Nebrska ¬
braska 1 Oklahoma 1 Total Ss SsWaH J6WaUNebraska 38WailNebraska
WaH WaUNebraska Nebraska 1 Wisconsin 2s 0 Totafc TotafcGray TotalprjDeJaW Tota1GrayDelaware
I =
Gray GrayDelaware rjDeJaW Delaware re 6 UlnnMoU oh 1 1braska Ne Nebraska Ne ¬
braska 1 1 Porto Rico Ricof 4 Total T li liWilliams tW1mamsNorth 12W1llfamsNorfh
Williams W1mamsNorth North Dakota S So SoPattl80nNebra SPattlsonNebraska
Pattlson Pattl80nNebra Nebraska 4 4McClellan 4McCIelIanColothdo
McClellan ClellanColoi11do 1 Colorado 1 1 Oregon 1 1 Okla Oklahoma OklahoD12 OkIahoma ¬
homa 1 Total S sIDlesKansas SMilesKansas
Miles IDlesKansas Kansas Z 2 Nebraska 1 1Towne 1TOW1le11lnn 1TowneMnnesota
Towne TOW1le11lnn TowneMnnesota TowneMnnesotaColerOregon Minnesota ota otaColerOregon 2 2Coler
Coler ColerOregon Oregon 1 1Mersran 1MerxilDWMt 13fergunWeet
Mersran MerxilDWMt West Virginia VlrgInluFOR 2 2POH 2POE
Vote of the States When the Roll SoilWas RollWas RollWas
Was Called CalledSt
St Louis July 9 9Roll Roll pall onnom onnomination onnomlnatlon onnoinInatlon ¬
ination for vice ice president presidentAlabama prosldentAlabamaDav presldentAlabamaDavis
Alabama AlabamaDav Davs 22 22Arkansas 22Arkans8sDa 22ArkansasDavis
Arkansas Arkans8sDa Davis js IS ISCalifornia ISCallrornia 13CaliforniaDavis >
California CaliforniaDavis Davfs 20 20Colorado 20ColoradoTurner 20ColoradoTurner
Colorado ColoradoTurner Turner 7 Williams 3 3Connecticut 3 3ConnecUcutDa 3ConnecticutDavis
Connecticut ConnecUcutDa Davis ls 14 14Delaware 14DelawareDavis 14DelawareDavis +
Delaware DelawareDavis Davis 3 Junf T iirrfej unfCrFloridaDavis rFlorIdaDavis 5 5Florida
Florida FlorIdaDavis Davis 10 10Georgia 10GeorgiaDavis 10GeorgiaDavis
Georgia GeorgiaDavis Davis 26 26Idaho 26ldaboTurner 26IdahoTurner
Idaho ldaboTurner Turner G GIllinois GIllinois 6IllinolsVilllams
Illinois IllinolsVilllams Williams 54 54Indiana HIndlanaWnUams 4 4IndIanaWilliams
Indiana IndlanaWnUams Williams 3 3Itfwa 30 3010a 31IowaPassed
Itfwa IowaPassed IowaPassedKansasHarris Passed PassedKansas PassedKan
Kansas Kan KansasHarris sHarils Harris 20 20Kentucky 20KentuckyDavis
Kentucky KentuckyDa Davis ls 26 26Louisiana 26LouisianaDavis 26LouisianaDavis
Louisiana LouisianaDavis Davis IS ISMaine ISMaineDavis 15MaineDavis
Maine MaineDavis MaineDavisMarylf1l1dDavis Davis D DMaryland 3MarylndDavls
Maryland Marylf1l1dDavis Davis 15 15Massachusetts 16MassachUsettsDa lBMassachUsettsDavis
Massachusetts MassachUsettsDavis Davis s 32 32Michigan 3ZMlchlganDavIs 32MichigaiiDavls
Michigan MlchlganDavIs Davis 25 25Minnesota 25MinnesotaTurner 2 2MinnesotaTurner
Minnesota MinnesotaTurner Turner 22 22Mississippi 221issisipplVlllianis 22MlssisslppiWlllianis
Mississippi 1issisipplVlllianis Williams 20 20Missouri 20Mi 20MissouriHarris
Missouri Mi sourlHarris Harris 3G 3GMontana C CMontanaTurner 1 1MontanaTurner >
Montana MontanaTurner Turner 6 GNebraska 6NebraskaTurner 6NebraskaTuther
Nebraska NebraskaTurner Turner 16 16New 16New
New Hampshire HampshireDavis Davis 8 8New 8New V
New Jersey JerseyDais JerseyDaisNew Davis 4 4New 4 4New
New York YorkDavIs Davis 7S 7SNorth 7SNorth 7 7North
North Carolina CaroUnaWnUams Williams 24 24North 24North 24North
North Dakota DakotaDavIs Davis S SOhio So SoOhioDavJs 5OhioDavis
Ohio OhioDavJs Davis 46 46Oregon 46OregonTurner 46OregonTurner
Oregon OregonTurner Turner S SPennsylvania SPenn SPennsyivanlaDavis
Pennsylvania Penn PennsyivanlaDavis lvanlaDavis Davis 6S GSRhode 6SRtode 6SRtode
Rtode Island Isla Is1atdWil1rame Williams 3 3South SSouth 5South
South Carolina CaroUnaWUJiams Williams IS ISSouth 1L < t tSouth f fSouth
South Dakota DakotaDavis Davis S STennessee sTennesseeDavis STennesseeDavis >
Tennessee TennesseeDavis Davis 2 2Texas 2 2TexasDavis 1 1TexasDavjs <
Texas TexasDavjs Davis 33 33UtahTurner 33UtahTurner j jUtah
Utah UtahTurner UtahTurnerVermontDavis UtahTurnerVermontDavis Turner < > i iVermont
Vermont VermontDavis VermontDavisVirginiaDavis Davis g gVirginiaDavIs i iVirginia
Virginia VirginiaDavIs VirginiaDavIsWashingtonTurner Davis 34 34Washington l lWashingtonTurner
Washington WashingtonTurner Turner 10 10West 10West < < lJ <
West Virginia VirginiaDavis Davis 14 14Wisconsin 1 11VlsconsfnDafs iAWisconsinDavis
Wisconsin 1VlsconsfnDafs Davis 26 26Wyoming 261VomingDavis 26WyomingDavis
Wyoming 1VomingDavis Davis 6 6Alaska 6AlaskaTurner 6AlaskaTurner
Alaska AlaskaTurner Turner 6 6ArlzonaTurner6 6ArlzonaTurner6 T TArizona
Arizona ArlzonaTurner6 ArlzonaTurner6Djstrict ArlzonaTurner6District Turner6 Turner6District
District of Q ColumQIaDavJSi6 o4Columklaals6Indian Columbja ColumQIaDavJSi6Indian Davjlsjp15 Davjlsjp15Indian
Indian Territory TerritoryWll1l Williams msG msGHawaUTurner 6 6Hawaii 6HawaiiTurner
Hawaii HawaUTurner Turner 6 6Oklahoma 6OklabomaTur 6OklahomaTurner
OklabomaTur Oklahoma Turner er 2 Harris 2 WiN WiNHams Wl1 Wl1Hams yjj
Hams 2 2Porto 1 c t tPorto i iPorto
Porto Rico Ric RicDavls Davis 6 6ST 6ST 6ST
St Louis Mo Io Juiy July 9 9The The national nationalpavilion nationalpavilion nationtipavilion
pavilion of the t e ArgenSTie republic In Inthe Inthe inthe
the faIr grounds waghot Wag riot opened to today t tday 9
day this being belngthe the national natl natnalbolidat natnalbolidatthat 11al hoUda noliday oE oEthat Qf Qfthat
that country Dr Theodore Iewald Iewalderman ewalderman LewaIdgerman
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through the western part of the United UnitedStates VnitedStates UnitedStates
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offered and nothing in our store reserved In order to close cIos out everything and W make I room f flarge for our ourlarge S
large stock of fall goods we offer you a discount discountof of 25 to 50 p per r cent Everything marked in plain plainfigures plainfigures plaInfigures
figures More than twenty makes of the best pianos to select from ranging in price from 8 8250 50 up upward upto upward =
to ward war Used Pianolas at 9500 Good G od Organs for 1000 O 1000 rolls of Used Pianola Music your yourchoice yourchoice 5 5choice
choice 75c 3000 late Victor Records in In good condition 75c each Large new stock of Imported Importedi ImportedViolins g
Violins ranging in price from 250 upward i > illHH Guitars H and i i Mandolins urilTim urilTimfrom from the b best st manufacturers manufacturersfrom 5
from 500 up Have made arrangements to supplyevery suppiy every buyer in 10 the theStat State Write us and one of ofour ofour
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