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   New York World (Newspaper) - May 22, 1896, New York, New York                                THE WORLDi FRIDA MA Y MVKV Wlla ether rep attracted al Utteti Attention the Ctar ah4 ItwiUded tfe Lepland Toher Ar HMnlaM and all In a rich variety distinguished infinite In Uniform of Majesty wore a military jlsMof a Colonel of the famous Free He was mounted af charger and rode a little In MviMM W Immediate who of the Minister of the Imperial the AldcdeCamp General Colnmandlng the Ciars Military Hotise a of the Suite and MH aMruHforSrin of tne and it way pages of the chamber I perlal oarrhtge preceded by M off of imperial on hoffebacft two Dates walked an each side of tlii of the on i Ol It pages of the chamber of the court all dn Her Imperial the Al In a State carriage drawn by eight each hone lei by an equerry and with equerries rldlni and walking on both sides of pre ceded by an Officer of the Imperla Stables on having pacet right and left of the box and guarded b four Costacks In state Th vehicle wni followed by ilk of the chamber and two equerries of the all on The Brand mistresses of the of the the ladles of honor the demoiselles of the ladles of the courts of the Grand Duchesses the of the foreign al in carrlai gfiflp formed tfic vanlof an Irtf poMnir Oatkloade of Princes of the Includlflc the Imperial Grand the of PrlncM the Duke of Mecklenberg well all thffdrelgn Im perial and fcoyal now In Mos l followed long line of Imper ial and together With the military of the august feMten When these had pasted there appeared a single mounted officer of the Depart ment of the Master of the pre ceding a state surmounted by y the Imperial and drawn by eight each led by a thebox Mine flanked by two Right and left Of the vehicle rode grand one their was behind and with htm were six pages of the chamber and two on horse In this Carriage was seated the Ciarlna and her little the Wand Duchess Family Csarlna and the Dowager Caarlna of the central flg tWM of the pageant and their appear evoked thunders of applause which the Ciar acknowledged in military sa and the Empress by bowing gra ciously on either There was little or no sleep last of people In the all In nearly all the thoroughfare there was a ceaseless droschktes and a email army men with wooden rakes or brooms spreading a layer of sand over ign six the1 route of the At oclock the day By that the windows along the route were already and gradually every avaHaole coign of vantage was occupied until even the side streets were There wa on The open windows were but It noticeable that nobody was to be anywhere on the waiting for the starting of tbe procession brushes were passed among the soidlen and tney carefully removed tne dust from their uniforms and The 14dles at the windows or on the balconies beguiled the time by smoking nothing lacking la Impressive effect of the procession to the being majestc and complete in Its beauty weU as its and embodying every element of Imperial Traversing the of Holy Moscow It seen to the uunbsi possible au The long array of atale car with tfceir I t cavalry am at a great Imperial Hem of xotoer and dtauteattpt a his USre a twjifesque appnpriau Cawaek The lM3Dovt Cosuck Guards made a xlih lter oog red ana uey a special share ol the popular route from Petrovsky Pal ace to the about three BO packed that movement except OD the outskirts of the immense crowds out or the From 7 UM route hail been protected by troops and on loot and on uniform and in plain until the road may be uia to hive been lined by TOW after row of sialwari The weather but tbe had not time to dry the muddy from a battery outside city at 9 gave the signal for the days This was lowed by the dull booming of the fol blg of tile Cathedral of the Assumption assembling of tbe SJW Grand Dukeg and Grand Duch tbe Princes and the Aaiatlc the innumerable of every country under assembled here to pay homase fiitlJeCwir of all the Imperial Imperial proceealon was headed by a quad of mounted led Mia master of a portion of the bodyguard and a sQuadron of kB of the The rest of the proeecnipn was follows On two by came the from the mibject to In their picturesque from thp popula nghest led by the Marshal uf the blllty of the Moscow on followed MKty valets on four runners Ifour negroes of the Imperial gala on ourteen musicians of the Imperial irt on followed by leader on Imperial on hanUmen on in gala Tne Chief of the i Imperial Hunting followed by Chjef of i both In haeton drawn by six rand MMters of the carrying the Insignia In a glihome gala Master of the i pf n pj by six bearing the ot gentlemen of the i noriMtMttkv two by preceded ter of the horse ylve on gy pregefled by n master of tbe Imperial and drawn by six and escorted by valets on After leaving the palace the Czar was received by the CommanderlnChlef o alt the troops at Moscow and In Its the Grand Duke Berglus and then the with a most bril liant joined In the When the cortege entered the city a salute of seventyone cannonshots were fired from the top of the triumphal arch and was repeated from the belfries 01 the various cathedrals wherever possible Upon entering Moscow the Ciar was received by the on escorted by his staff an4 and joined In the at Devotion at the At the Resurreotlon Gate the Ciar dismounted from his horse and the Em presses descended from their In order to worship at the shrine of the Iberian Madonna whose image valued at about Is the moil sacred of the many holy In being believed to have miraculous healing the shrine of the Madonna their Majesties were received by tbe Grand Vicar of who presented them with the cross and sprinkled them with holy Their Majesties entered the chapel and knelt In prayer before the At the conclusion of their devotions the Czar remounted his the Czar reentered her carriage and they palmed through the Qate of the Saviour Spasskla Vorota Into the where they were received with all the ecclesiastical pomp possible by the as well by the Military Com mander ot Moscow and subordinates Their Imperial Majesties then suc cessively visited and worshipped within the Churches of the of the Archangel Michael and of the Annuncia At each the clergy of these sacred edifices was assembled at the carrying the cross and tbe images of different Inside the Cathedral Their Majesties found assembled all the personages who had not been able to take part in the processon from the Petrovski Palace many ladles of the a number of members of the tcouncll of the the the chiefs of the different the the Sec retaries of the honorary the marshals of the nobility of the dif ferent governments and the doyens of the delegations of the nobility of the governments not possessing marshalsjot the presidents of the of of the different governments the Mayors and presidentsofTthe munici palities of all the chiefs places In the Empire and from all the provinces administered by the military as well as delegations from the Grand Duchy of After having venerated the holy relics and the holy Images and prayed before the tombs of Their Im perial Majesties went the Cathe dral of the preceded and followed In thesame Upon leaving Cathedral of the Archangel Michael Their Majesties found assembled at thedoor all the ladles of the who had accompanied them from the Cathedral of the They followed Their Majesties to the door of tbe Cathedral of the Annuncia but without entering although they subsequently followed the Imperial party to the Palace of the Arrived at the Great At the moment Their Majesties entered the Palace of the Kremlin an artillery of 101 guns was and through out the journey of Their Majesties from all the belfries In Moscow were The Czar and Czarina will at the palace in partial seclusion until May when there will be a grand re view of the and the ceremony of of the Imperial On May 23 and 23 the Ciar and Czarina will receive the of the foreign ambassadors and other high dignitaries In the throne room of the Kremlin Romanholed Ukraine with only a and and with cold and black looking Quito fit to pace m front 6f the Afterthese upon the seeno al most the chief Interest for me person 1 eaw gravely and signifi cantly riding the vassal friends of the Qrest White all the chiefs of the Central Asian kingdoms and provinces ovo which cast the shadow of their passed demurely upon noble Arab the very least among them mounted upon animals covered from crest 1o haunch with the trappings of silver and gold Many an Oriental salute and many dark hands were reverently folded as these subjugated of the Bast went but perhaps before aiortona of But these and other parts of the pageant palled before the Grand Master of borne haughtily onward In such a golden chariot as I thought iXlsted only In heaven or In classical holding a wand of topped with an emerald as big a 1 note that a Catholic Archbishop of America haa been deprecating the aboil Ion of war by He would have been consoled by the spectacle 1 witnessed today In the Red dazzlingIllustration of the pride and circumstance of glorious But here at last comes the august object of this unparalleled manifesta the successor and heir of Ivan the His handsome nnd manly young countenance Is pale with the pro digious sensation which such a scene muet naturally and holds his rloved right hand almost perpetually o regimental He bends his lead gently to this side and that to ac tnowledre the boundless Every man Is bareheaded and every woman is waving a kerchief or shawl or violently crossing her loyal bosom In prayer for the Little Tho Czarina also sat all dressed wholly in even the pearls j POR TUB Commanders Now Hecrnlt Directly to Aay The order Issued on by the Navy Department to comntandiMs of the several navyyards authorising them o enlist seamen was yesterday by an order from the depart ment authorizing commanders of war vessels to recruit men direct to their ships from any United States port they may For some time past none of the larger ships has had Its full ment of and many have been put out of commission on account of not having sufficient sailors to man This Is said to be the cause of the delay In sending the secondclass battleship Texas to Join the It was rumored In the NavyYard yes terday that aa soon as the test and drills were over the battleship Indiana would go out of retaining only seventy out of her crew of five The doubleturret montor Terror has scarcely half enough men to handle an4 1s lying the Cob Dock waiting for There are no recruits on the re ceivingship It Is said that the European squadron will return to this country Most of the men on the ships of that squad ron have served their time and are anxiously awaiting their OPPOSIHG THUBRARTf Insurance Men Snr hnt It Will Be linnnfp to Remove the Old At the regular of the New York Board of Underwriters held Wednesday last there was developed a strong opposition to the proposed re moval of the old reservoir from Its present site at Fifth avenue and Forty second Insurance men agreed that Insurance nterests were very much disturbed at he prospects of the reservoirs removal t mSjECOID Me Wanttf Accept Nnmlnn tHmiff the May Baxtdn 16 tM Wdrld correspondent to niihts 1 will accept the nomination of Vlce Presldent With McKlnley at the head of the It would not be policy for me to talk on Warner Millers My acceptance of ths nomination for Governor would depend on circum STEWART HAS TWO 80 the AMemblj mnnn Enemies Are Trying to Get Clerkship Pay Held John who represented the First Westchcster District In the last was recently appointed to the clerkship of the Twelfth Judicial Dis trict Court at a salary of per an Stewart Introduced tne bill creat ing the new judicial Morton appointed Richard Arnold Justice of the new court and Arnold appointed Stewart to the clerk The exJudge Robertson faction of the Republicans deny his right to hold the because he is still an Assemblyman Through Lawyers Henry Henderson nnd David Hunt they have naked Comp troller Fitch to withhold Stewarts sal ary until his right to hold the court clerkship been The Platt Republicans are supporting Stew but the antlPlattltes oppoie PROSBCTTTBD JOB kniicmnl man Austin to Be Tried by Oood Government Clob The members of Oood Government Club B expect to have an exciting meeting next Tuesday A spe Ready to Bolt Ma Not be Recognized at HARRITT COMES TO SEE National Committee Chairman Talks of Only His Ovn Can VIEW OF MOSCOW FROM THE PALACE een in where theiBraperor anfl Ewpress worshipped after U n the in a arriage drawn by fix Wanhiil of the bearing the of hii in a elate pnae awn by offlcen of the In M the route followed from Palace to lighted by electricity tonight from one end to the the city brilliantly Illumi The illuminations of the public bullrt They ore outllnM wlih fairy their domes and roofs are covered with of all colors the effect beautiful in the Electricity been used a but candles in paper frames or bowls oil lamps trr emoed bewi The whole city to be pf Gewln for Rainbow Fen Edwin who went to Mos cow for re garding the scene at the Kremlin Why cannot one write In There wan never anything seen on any stage Ike the living kaleidoscope of fanciful of fantastic hues and beillehmenW visible around par ticularly the Oriental element and ejl the Eaitern The officials from Khiva wore ma geptacoldred velvet gold em and Now Ohlnn contrtbutep a dazillng group with flowered and vermil ion buttoned a bevy of fiam Lake Baikal astound the eye wtth Jurtrlmmed brocade and reel Now I the gray surtout and wntW of the tiy one pf them witl in pollttly mur nd to mar by their olor the effectof this pure vhlch caused herxto resemble a marble alnt within a golden Most unmistakable were the affection nd loyalty of the and I saw more than one poor peasant womans yes nil with tears of sheer joy to he old this fair One honest fellow ell upon hie knees to say his s though he had seen something dl till a bundled him lack nto the Omen f Pence and The Chronicle correspondent says A quaint subject of conversation to day was that after last evenings serc ade In he courtyard of the Petrovsky the light clouds In the western sky grew Into an exact likeness of a great white heraldic which dis appeared In half an The super stitious regard it as an omen of peace and prosperity for the present Tho scene tonight Is The Illuminations are witnessed by un wearied throngs who do not seem able to have enough of The Dally Moscow despatch Never before have the might and no majesty of a stupendous empire been so splendidly No Roman Imperator ever enjoyed a more magnifi cent triumph and assuredly no modern court pageant has equalled It In its stu nendons lustre of Imperial pomp and ihStandards Moicow correspondent The Russian custom s to allow only Russian flags to be and It gives a somewhat monotonous The British alone along the four miles of the route showed other flags than the Csarevtteh In May The Grand Duke George of the ar rived here today on the Russian Im perial yacht He went to where he will remain for a few The the Cxars been so low with consumption that U was feared he would not live until the coronation and that the great public display would have tp be to May The coronation to the Csar conilit of silk carpets and other Including a diamond pin val ued at for the The Sultan sent to the Ciar a high and has forwarded to the principal of KTD Oaawbt Policeman who stationed at the Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Jersey noticed a welldressed man band into a packet and then moke for the Boyle went In the man In the Traction Companys cur bed block You are wrong Police I ana ratable biujj BoyU took bis prlsprier jp while the water supply remains as at In times of great emer for which the companies try to be the reservoir might prove a It was declared that an effort would be made to impress Hie public with the Idea that until the equivalent of the old reservoir is furnished It would be ex tremely unwise to do away with it A specialcommittee will be appointed to day to deal with the Morton has signed the bill to turn over the site of the reservoir to the new public Coll Is said that no plans had yot been made for dplng away with the for the old but the laying of new mains and the ili conneetlnp of the old would be consider ed as soon as BUNA WAY MOBMBTOWK William Kellar Left Hone feTe AKO and Came William twenty of ran away home In November Since then family has not heard from though a school mate from Morristown he saw Kellar In New York about three months Kollara In the city WILLIAM endeavoring to find life was both pleasant and At the time he left horns he was ing Jaw with an attorney o under whose tutelage had been for two He would have been admtttec to the In her hunt for information Kellar Jiving at the home of her Third vf psitprtwtlu The Produce Exchange twklng a strong effort to get fo pasi 4 bill prohibiting the exportation at HUeil a artlcje whlpj many New York have lending abroad American and thereby clal committee will probably render a report reviewing and perhaps severely criticising the legislative career of As semblyman George of the Twentyfirst Assemblyman Austin a member of the He nominated on the Good Government Club and it alleged that he forgot and became a Republican machine legis The John and the both of Good Government Club are deter mined to prosecute Assemblyman Aus tin for of the Auemblyman he will meet accunn and refute their Pew of Oood ernment Club B will next Tuei evening ROOSTERS BEAK Peeked Harry Who the and Die In Harry Ylsie Is a barber of In his rear yard he keeps a flock of Last Saturday Vlsiel went into the pen for a he was killing a young pullet a game cook angrily at him and attempted to drive Its spurs Into fought the rooster off and drove hind against the and and grew mouth was much Kaln said had blood and treated him hut the patient hue continued to grow rap Idly His head much swollen and he unable to Kaln and the consulting fear that his case thai he ho that he hod worn a lore on tongue by rubbing It on a IB of nd thenoe no doubt conveyed u REiDT FQH Tranalt Commliilon Only for a iwnrenie Conrt President Alexander Betn Btarln and William of the Board of Commlir In executive yetter day afternoon jn pf the yft Secretary apd oomnnprtpn Par hyrtlnir the few the prohibition of the eipor Hit Patrick of on tbt lowW of front plat of 4 train HERE TO MEET OTHER BIO DemocratB Will Declare or Sound Money nnd Repitbli Komlnate to here to but hie Chairman William Franklin the curly haired and handsome Chair man of the Democratic National Com arrived In the city late yester day afternoon and registered at the Fifth Avenue Harrlty was never much of a talker oft the and this time he was more than ordi narily Last night Harrlty lunched with William Whitney at the Metropolitan In the early part of the evening he met Arthur National Com mltteeman from and It was said that he would meet National Commlt teeman of New and other prominent Democrats Democratic National Commltteemen are getting extremeiy anxious over the and it was rumored among the Eastern and sound money delegates yesterday that at the meetings of the In Chicago July that If it Is necessary to hold the old boat to Its sound money moorings the silver dele gates may be shut out In the contest on the ground that they had come to the convention with the avowed purpose of bolting the convention If they were not able to control it In the Interest of free Such being the It will be argued that they are not Democrats and not entitled to It Is claimed that the majority of the National Committee Is In favor of sound money and that this majority will not take any chances of a silver platform being When Harrlty was asked about this proposed plan he would only say I am only one member of the Na tional and cannot eay what the committee will I expect that will have a sound money platform in The people demand and I think It will be Who will be the candidate That I cannot We have a most excellent candidate In Pennsylvania whom we are neady to in form er Robert He will be presented to the Will Cleveland be a candidate I just declaed to talk about candi dates except our own from Pennsylva Haru FOSSIL fused tp bers of the National Committee he ex pected to meet here The National chairman will be nom inated by the but he would not be Interviewed on Republican poll tics nt WYOMING FOR FREE Democratic Stnte Convention Unanimously In Favor of Unlimited SpMltl la The May Wy oming Democratic Convention held here today adopted without discussion a platform of but one as Tne paramount imue before the American people tbe currency qneatlont therefore be It That the Democ racy ot In convention demand the free nnd unlimited of liver and void Into primary redemption money at the ratio of 16 to 1 ont waltlnv for action or approval of nny otber The to Chicago ore T3x John Carbon County Robert Johnson County Albany Laramle Sheridan No mention made of President Cleveland or hie and no choice of for the Presidential nomination expressed by the con I THINKS IIUMOIS Will And That n Declaration for a4 Special to May believe the State of Illinois will control the Na tional Democratic Altgeld The Issue be tween gold and silver going to be that the fortyeight of State will control It though Illinois would be unanimous In to a single gold There are about four hundred dde of the and only seven or ten on the gold Jlf Democratic party along Sifne old line which lost Ken tucky a year It doubtful If we can carrjf ilngle State tn the Union machine Ignored the nVpney men in selecting of OF Hiwh Qrtat It gettlnc Nlctiolja prowp a luiunir Komi N Mn dtnlu of the fimuipo Qlvt mt who will without btlof hltctud jroii can II wn Wilt PQlttlcUn tutu Pwknw will be Pemocratlo t ho pat at tht ftoiMt ol Htll of Bobtrt clerkdilp la M plwj ot 3 pamphlet has been sent to every recently visited hington and had a conference with tnleys Charles GroaJ Limit 111 TUB Want Mint Nominated on the Repnhllcnn Ticket With Special to The May rto end of Republicans Willing to be the tall to the McKlnley Up to date the candidates for the nomination for VicePresident are Our ret New Morgan former Oov ernor of Horace New Warner former United Senator from New Wnrreti Gov ernor at Rhode Lippltt Is now fining his second term as executive of Rhode He has Issued a pamphlet of elaborate de sign and tied with silken cord setting forth his claims to recognition by the Republican National The which Is For Vice states Ctovelandfl flrtft election AS Governor of tne Stnte o New In la remembered as a lieotilUrly Ktrong expression of the voters of tho state ot New when he per of tho vote casr for Cleveland Polger In the Hhodo Iilaml election Lippltt rerelvcd per of the vote caat for nnd This one of the most phenomenal majorltlet known to polltlca In recent The cloloea Washington and had a conference McKtnleys Charles He also consulted Senator Al Representative Arnold and a number of other The pamphlet was sent out from New and It is reported that the Protective League of that city had a finger in the Ltppltt Is a representative leader of the American manufacturing indus He la a friend and an admirer of Major Recogrixlng the sentiment of his own State in common with her New England as being naturally favor of Ltppltt made no attempt to Influence the Stare He recognizes that the delegation will support Reed as long as the latter The most that Lippltt will say is If Reed should conclude to with and the Rhode Island delegation should propose his name he would ac are on between Mc Kinleys manager and the friends of Lippltt which have assumed much Lippltt was born In In Ho la a lineal descendant In the eighth generation of John Lip a town lot owner In Providence in IMS In the ninth generation from Roger tho founder of Rhode Island tn the seventh generation of John Gush Judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature of 72837 In tho generation from Samuel Gor I he founder of He was graduated from Browns University In the class of DENIES i SUH Chniiman Lanterbach nn Attempt to Pnt Htm In a False Little business was transacted at last nights meeting of the Republican County Just before adjournment Chairman Lautorbach made a in which he said An Interview published In the Even Ing Sun of today quotes me aa saying that the nomination of Major McKlnley would Insure a Democratic I made no such for I be lieve that any candidate nominated for the Presidency by the Republican Con vention Louis will elected In whether It be hope or he willreceive the loyal and honest sup port of the Republican organisation of the State and county of New I did I have often said and I now that the question of paramount Interest to be decided by the In the adoption of plat forms and the selection of candidates the financial I deem It essential that we ihall know In advance that the Republican who to be elected President be sound and reliable In financial the money question even vital than that of and dojbt and uncertainty exists to the attitude of one candidate in re It to demand that thli doubt be not only by the ac ceptance of the of platform but as the enunciation of Individual principle and Lauterbachi explanation of the attempt of the newspaper In queatlon put him in a false position ac ceptable to every one except John Babine He Mid that he did not come to hear a and Fred asked him why he did not go home ae the meeting had MKlHlEt MM GET Her Are laid to Be Wlll Intr to Follow Warner U May publica tion tn The World Warner criticism of on MoKlnley and announcement that he for the lat straw that broke the back of the Morton camel who at heart for but feared to come out openly and say have taken courage at and are talking without It that the to the Re publican National Convention from Albert of Little and Fred of will be found among the uppert en at Both men refute to talk for publica but Btorey a fait friend pf MUUr Mid there be little doubt that ne will vote for MoKlnley after little coomlet MoT Klnley men here iay that they have that Weaver willdo the fMUR MLVTO Howell Thai the Howell made a freeiHver meeting night in which he The Republicans are going to meet tn on June J5 and nominate MeKlnley on a gold On July 7 the Will go to and wlTli the assistance of from Btatis that never give rn college up Mlibolland Gathering His An tiPiatt Recrom in Yar IODS SOUND HONET MEN HARD What the Park Katlonal BiDk fias to Say to Its Corns Sonth and CANDIDATES MUST DECLARE Plntt Reoomlriit Very Sliest on Presidential bat Still Platt In a sunny state of mind If the McKlnley peo ple had killed along with his Mor ton It was evident that he pro posed to make cheerful That story about my wanting to make Morton Vicepresident he said The truth Is I tried to get Morton to withdraw so that I could be VIcePresldent How about Morton He Is In it to How about Quay that is In and I cannot be responsible for that That was all that Platt would but he seemed to be Very Tha rumor was told to him that one of the biggest coal and iron companies of the South had Just cancelled an order for an steel owing to the un settled condition of the money market and the possibility that It would con tinue by the election of a candidate un sound on the money Platt had nothing to say except I have no connection with the com Whether or hot It Is true I cannot Platt was shown the circular let ter sent out by the Park National Bank to its 600 Southern and Western uor remained a was described The tranlnew of every BtaM Md ultr m the U closely bj with the most important coinmwcUl and In tie ililrlotj where thj free illver sentiment li wid to vail anJ this foot only duty to use ilie full measure of our Influence to the current of thought towards the only sure of In the Intercut ot prosperity of the country we desire your assistance In sn effort ta force the politicians to come out at the woods and declare themselves upon this moat Important In terms which will almlt ol out one Interpretation In all of tke He refused to the withstanding that it by tha President of the McKlnley men were equally cautloua Secretary of the Na tional wh6 been proie several fi for conference the rumor that would be lhe New York candidate for VicePresident the listuntil It X i Plrtt that he not In and he lays it so emphatically that no are all believed to have their lightning Grant went to Ohio last night and refused to what he going That about all the there Vice Presidential but It about as well founded u any ot tbe aV The McKlnley men have topped Ing in city and are now buiy organ ising district throughout the A league waa launched last nights at 1997 Third In the Thirty third with 300 Charles Lewis elected Sena tor Payey and Alderman Goldman made special meeting of ttw Patriotic MoKlnley was fqr Bliybth j Seventyeight n MeKlnley was of the held at 348 Eaat Seventyell last McKlnley was molly A resolution adcpled to the effect prove and condemn the false attacks made upon Major MOT Klnley by the wouldbe Republican bowi of our and which Inspired by ruleorruln Tip In the Thirtyfifth District a Klnley meeting held last at whioh 209 men were and speeches werj made by TT and these are ready to go MKIULEY HU OWuer of I be Klnley to Ths May Public Buildings Frederlciji who appointed by Morton at urgent request of state Oommltteemsn been elected an aatlve cer of the McKlnley League of tWl Many other prominent who at some time or other have offlcj under and through the gpojwili of the Republican organisation have ion over to v rampant Albany While tie Morton are routing on their the are perfeatlng ferent whlcl w I heard In the The active of following night toe fgllowlng to Judge Rdnuwjd Am9Mi AU HUt anutar eiCp Jimw ooupty ol elw n undldatg for mmbe tod p Istt at preient tiu of Mui of the a p ace within of which May Dewaoratic Convention took a f un be called toirafhSr not m the diScretlon I   

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