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New York World (Newspaper) - June 15, 1896, New York, New York Jj v i It w V fLfti Hears of J Flaks mttsts the less he 1s m to lot him have his V Yorlcer Xeed will discuss candidates for VicePresident Ho know and everybody else that the division in the Mew York delegation makes It to nominate a New Yorker for the second Even con solation of getting the honor for ilorton Is not to he Chauncey sitting iii a whirl of blue tobacco has said that Morton actually got on the train at the moment to toll him he would not acceptthe lest Depew might have he sent him a telegram strongly Insisting upon his Platt was sitting by an open win and the sound of McKnloy music roughly across the golden Sab The master of New York looked 1 vary He had Invited Sena tor Quay to come to him that their tears mlght Senator Quay has no tears to The Panning of Tint scene at 4 oclockthis when the National Committee spat on yawned and went to was the talk of next to the as sured nomination of the downfall of New Yorks greatest boss Is the most Interesting event of this gath When the New York law yer who successfully pleaded for the seating of Collls and two antl Platt went to Flatts room this afternoon In search of Lawyer he met Platt by acci Itwas a packed said Platt not the law no right to fling at the National Committee like replied with wrathful puckers in his T lay It is exclaimed Spoon And when we come to talk of packed Juries It is not necessary to go out of Republican circles in New York to find IMcnow nothing about said catching tbe drift of the lawyers The Man Who Packi you answered looking Platt squarely in the You know all about You the man who packs the juries in New Platts eyes It was too Be opened the door of his room and coldly waved Spooner saying fl more to say to It Is very all had to do said Major scrivener and romanclst of the McKin ley To recognize Plait would be to break the record of this great anti boss movement In That was the Majors description of who owns regards Major Handys descriptive pow ers with unconcealed McKlnley anil the Word ThereIs a strange babbling tonight OBOR8B ORDINARILY YCLEPT THE BUFFALO KB 13 A STANDS J FEET 4 INCHSS INHIS SOCKS WARPS THB BEAM AT 317 PERFECTLY about McKlnleys personal attitude word The Were Not Then there Is of Rhode His pictures have been hung In many The men who fout them there were unable to say who Brown To all Inquirers they replied that Brown was probably a Brown Is willing to be VicePresi gave away a bushel of but tons on the train which carried tho Massachusetts delegation to and the delegates gladly used them as poker Senator stole from room to room this afternoon spreading the news that of Speaker Reedn Chairman of the Committee on Ways and would be a xlorlous and Quay does not deny the next to of New seems to be the strongest oanrtfda But conventions have a way of choos ing candidates for the second place with out regard for previous plans or prefer There are those who say that Morton will send another telegram to Depew alter he Is satisfied that there Is no hope for first All the Way from Hanna had Just returned from a ride through the cyclone district with hauncey 1 Fiiley when the Blalne of arrived at the Southern Hotel bearing the There came a sound from the street that might have oeen uttered by the throat of a The white banner was shaken aloft and the whole proces brass band and up the grand staircase with a sound as If a herd of elephants were Hanna paused amid his worship He cocked his head and And this Is the strain he heard from trained Yankee voices Hold the for I am Thomas signals Wave the answer through tho By thy grace we will Then there came thunderclaps of Rah Rah Rah Reed thats said as he turned to the genuflecting crowd that pressed around his mighty Within an hour the Massachusetts and New Hampshire led by Senator were making the air No matter what pledges Hanna no matter what assurances come from the great men of tbe a ghwdder runs through the sound I money f1 Congressman for said today that Congressman of f had pledged the Ohio delegation to vote gold Into the the correspondent f tq whowas one McKinleys chief eald 1 never aald anything of the f do ypu think that after Platt has t teen whipped out we are such as to let him write a platform would defeat us sir PUtt will not write our platform for Platt wants to bolt let him the Platt will rot He said ao to me not an hour The one element of humor Is supplied the candidates for far ofNew leads the No New Yorker will be A Sharp Out from 3 Two of McAlpIns friends called Depew tp4ay and asked him support their candidate for the sec said rubbing McAlpin la Chief of The Gov r is candidate for I presettt his name to the conven President and VicePresldent lot be choaen from the same As J understand your proposl lias bis knife out for friends retired hf vwei but lie lacks the gloat boulevar dlers saving sense ot Other wise not be a candidate for CHALMERS APPEARS TO ENJOY A PERPETUAL ring with criesof war against all who dared to oppose gold In the Gold to the Senator Lodge said that New England would flght to the death on the floor of the convention rather than surrender that New England is united for said of Vice Chairman ot the Massachusetts State OF The Hamletfaced orator ot the 8t We rather allow the House of Representatives to choose the next President than consent to any equivocation on the money The Presidential electors of New Eng land will be men who can be trusted to refuse to vote In the Electoral College for any man who attempts to evade the after It may be that Platt wtll have some comfort and fun out ol the convention after Who knows Meanwhile Is a curioua thing that nobody seems to care whether Senator Teller and his free silver followers stay In or go It Is really verv JAMBS BRADLEY OUT OF The Kcntncklau Name Will Not Be June Delegate of received a telegram from Bradley today announcing that his name would not be presented the This has been In the Governors mind for some He will wJVe tomorrow morn Taptlvely the oonteet In d of theMoKln The National Cofflmit tee Seats Brookfield and HIS BITTEREST Croger and Bliss Get by Agreement with FIRST DECISION FAVORED Then the Committee Reconsidered Its Yote and Admitted His CAN BE NOSPPEAl FROM THE DECREE McKinley Mnimjcern Hnve Arranged Hint the Pliid Ingr Shall Be Special from a staff June was at the meeting of the National Committee that Mark Hanna lighted the fagots that Bliss POWELlr CLAYTON IS BUTTONHOLED BY A MAN WHO LOOKS AS IK HE MIGHT BE POWELLS LpNQLOST SHORT nd Whitelaw Reid plied around Platt at the ThoBliss people had tied him there by the thongs of three contests against his delegates fromthe Thirteenth and Fifteenth Dis tricts of New ana1 rianna did the The committee sat all and Sunday morning light was just dawning when the champions of tho reat New York machine emerged from the whipped by what Lhey termed the Gang of Ohio rob Brookfleld and his McCook the and his faithful fol Platts will sit In the chairs of the obedient machine delegates Joseph Murray and As a bit of soothing the Twelfth District was divided with half votes for Cornelius Bliss and to be shared with Thurlow Weed Barnes and Howard Notice of T contest has been Iecelved rom the Seventh and Ninth New York City Districts for the seats held by Van Hugh Charles Murray and John The districts were but no con testants There was a wait of just one then the committee confirmed the Flatt delegates In their as the contests were known to be weak tones and had been practically Gave Platt Men This decision cheered the Platt men and for a moment gave them hopes of triumph In the main The committee room was cleared and the Twelfth District Bliss and Jnnventloiijivhen of Ne exclaimed And this Is the crowd that claims It was bulldozed Fleeting Then the committee went Into execu tive session that lasted for two The first vote resulted 27 to 23 In favor of the Platt and there was great rejoicing But It was quickly ended when of who had changed his moved to and the committee indulged in long Senator Quay him iccnred In the committee as alternate for Perry ol the District of nnder agreement ICDQB ATTORNEY FOR ONE OF THE CONTESTING DELEGATIONS FROM Cruger entered one side of the ring and Barnes and Carroll tbok the opposite corner Policemen nnd sergeantsal arms guarded the doors Inside and John Wise opened for the antlPlatt He repeated the history of the district convention Opposed to he is revolutionary party that pretends to be the regular this Imitation of Republican representation State and City of New The committee narrowed him down to a question of authority for calling the whether the Platt Jaxnea had right assume the which caused the Bliss faotbn to withdraw to thV gAlleryard ccurfirenqe flf Up Tho National Commltteemen listened with Interest and some with ad miration to the workings of to great a Interruptions JVIse and MoCook stirred up Wo have the whole city patro nage of New York to contend he of officeholders to flght the men of wealth and social position to We have on our side only the working representa tives of We cast votes at the last election for the Re publican and the men whom we come here to There Is not another such organiza tion In the he went none of such none that necessitates so great And these men who do not give one dollar to assist the poor men whom I who do not contrlbue In any way to the have the audacity to contest for Representative counsel for the replied to A dozen antlFlatt men had In some way managed to enter the room and Inter rupted Qulgg with denials and There were prospects of re peating the disorder of the District OP SOUTH Member National Howard Carroll that on account of personal friendship they would not enter but divide the each half a Neither fac tional organisation would consent to but Cruger and Carroll The case being stated to the com It finally decided by a of 27 to 22 to settle the entire district contest on this So Bliss and Barnes were each given half a This was considered good poli as It would make Platts first tumble a comparatively gentle one and for the downfall that was to there had been shrewd dealing to bring about a re versal of the first MoCook and Brookfleld Anson McCook argued the con test of himself and Brookfleld against John Relsenweber and Mason in the Thirteenth Qulgg replied There was such similar ity between this contest and the one just decided that not much time was spent upon Lauterbach recognized that thfe committee was against and the vote quickly proved to Brookflelds Platt sent word not to give up the but to concentrate energies on the the angry Lauterbaoh got thi floor for a final Wore it Morton Give us fair ho was told that If I wanted to succeed before this committee I should not wear thlsi Morton will wear It and 1 know that you gentlemen will not be so unfair as to be Influenced by I believe that you cannot let the fact of whether a man Is McKinley or for Morton Influence the justice of your decision In this I on next wage battle for the Governor of New I will never prove a traitor to And if you true to the great organization to which I belong will be true to your whoever may be and we will win in November as we have done be It was then 3 but the fight had been too lively to permit of Spooner got permission for a reply to This Is Indeed an infant In he He has been In politics twenty and It has been Just such methods as this that have wiped out the Republican majorities In the city of New It has been the practice of this ma chlno to crowd convention halls with unauthorizedhordes and by bulldozing lleot tnelr And the height of this spectacle is the Chairman of the New York County Committee pleading the baby act before the repre lentatlves of the Republican party of the The committee closed Its doors again ind Platts final and orush ng defeat was accomplished by a vote f 27 to It was said Chairman of the State Select a sound safe committee on credentials who will accept the National Committees roll of said Hanna to his After settling the contest in Sixth North Carolina In which each delegate was awarded half a the at 4 adjourned until An analysis of the work of the Na tional Committee In regard to the 168 contests which were originally filed with It shows that 13C cases were acted some of the original number havlnit seen while notably jhose of Delaware and a portion of the Texas were referred to the In many cases both contestants and SIMON SHOOS THE SOUTHERN APOIAO OP THE Fifteenth where Collls and Charities Commissioner Wright claimed the seats of Joseph Murray and David The corridors resounded with bitter Lautorbach complained to the committee that Thomas Eagan had insulted and the BergeantatArms was instructed to bar Eagan from the as counsel for the con presented their case with numerous alleging fraud and bulldozing Qulpg that Collls had packed the culi tlon hall with hundreds of employees of the Public Works Collls SENATOR JOHN THUBSTON PART IT AT THB Platti bat not once dar Inc the nlcht did he open bli onih for struaallns com panion the crowd of New were waiting and counting on his When they learned that he had done nothlnc to help the machine there won bit ter denunciation of the wily poli wan cram llne aboard ihe Ohio An agreement bad been made some time ago between Cruger and lumped up with an angry and Lauterbach rushed to Qulgga assist Senator Carter sent them back to their Then Qulgg asked Collls some How many employees has the Public Works Department About regular and alto was the Those are Very large resources to call General very large resources in sneered After the had separated NfintUJuWlW THB RldHT HENRY OP contestees understood to be Mc Kinley men notably In the Mississippi and South Carolina districts and cer tain districts of Virginia and Qf the 136 claiinarrts rejected by the sixtytwo avowed Mcr Kinley Bliss took his I think that the peopeof New lie can the result of the National Committee decision fully as well as I could tell McKluley Will Not Per mit the Heoiionluw of the New York ST LOUISA June None of the con tests disposed of by the National Com perhaps those of the Del aware and will be reopened before on Cre den yen Thoso forinulated a plan whereby decisions reached shall accepted as Platt and Ills ien accept as inevit Either the MpKiflley managers are Fearful of or else t Is a waate of time and energy to re open these cases for the announcement was made that the would by resolution either formally ac cept as final the of the Committee all contests decided by or would instruct the Committee to so It took but a few moments for the New Yqrk to the duestion of further appeal in the was the unanimous opinion that no jood could come such an and that It simply meant delay for the con Chairman Hackett said that he had givcm to understand by persons In that a plan had DAVE HENDERSONS IOWA MARTIAL ATTITUDB STRIKES TO THB HEARTS OF THE already been by the McKinley would any ap Lauterbaoh said he had un leratood the same Nothing would be gained by making an effort to re open the who had made a courageous stand for Platt In the National also deprecated an and so the New York contests are Anally disposed when asked for his per sonal opinion In the matter of the Twelfth said Bliss and Oruger aw not have a leg to stand and the Na tional Committee Mwws Jit It Is prising that a man of Blisss fine sense of horor plaeain theQonventlpn t ouch oiroum tnaswe were Views of Leaders on Both Sides as to the Effect of Platts Defeat CAN DO NO SAT TBE MAJORITY Chairman Lantertacli Thinks the Organization Will tie Stronger lien HACKETT ADD FISH AGREE WITH AntlPlatt Men Call the Action of tiie National Committee a Salutary CHAIRMAN By Telegraph to the Editor of June do not believe the decision of the National Committee will hurt the organization In the If it has noticeable effect at all It will be of a gratifying That I believe It will strengthen because the opinion will undoubtedly prevail that we have been imposed CHARLES Chairman of the New York State Re publican EDWARD By Telegraph to the Editor or The June soon as the Republican organization In New York knows the and they soon will know of the manner in which these contests were decided by the National in the Bliss there was an utter disregard of facts in the Collls case an absolute defiance of right and and the majority for the organization in all these districts wholly I am sure that the Republicans of New York will be more loyal than ever to the organization and their condemnation of the methods prao ommonfy Tht of 3 Wut Qoud not be tolerated In New Tork for ten FRED ABRAM Br Teleinph In the editor of The June of the regular New Tork delegates will have no because the men who are unseated as well as their friends In the organization are assured that the ver dict was made up before was The result shows no weakness on the part of the but It Is only the consummation of a threat made by the McKinley ABRAM By Teleiraph to the Editor of Tht June result will have the effect of purifying In the Heretofore the managers of the Republican machine have used their power to defraud us of Our rights and The National Committee being beyond and above Its Influence decided the con tests on their with the of that we JOHN WESLEY By Telegraph to Editor of June decision of the National Committee oh the contests in the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Districts will teach the Republicans In New York City who have blindly fol lowed the disreputable practices of Platt and Lauterbach that their methods can not succeed in national That the representatives of the Repub lican party In National can neither be humbugged nor im posed upon by any such political chican ery as has been practised during the past two years to secure a tradablo delegation to the National FRANK HANNA TO INVADE NEW McKinley Men Will Beard Plntt IB Own State ConventIon to Nominate By Telegraph from a Staff June future of Platt and the Republican machine in New York after their crushing de feat before National Committee yesterday Is the principal topic of spec ulation After every defeat that Mr tlatt has the confident has been made that he would thereafter cease to cut any figure In But the result has always been that Platt has remained the Those men who represent antiorganiza tion in the State are saying tonight that Platt will return to New York In a shattered and humiliated This Is but only so far as the absolute bossship of the Presidential canvas In the State and Federal control therein are He will dictate the nomination of Qovernqr this Plnttn Teeth Not Platt will go away from the conven tion Ugly and dan for he Is still ruler of the New NAME IS PHIL OP WHITE BUT IM NOT A DBLEOATEj IM JUST A tlsed before this committee strong In EDWARD Chairman New York County Republican SPEAKER HAMILTON By Telegraph to the Editor ot The June dont see how the result of the New York contests can affect the organization to Its It may have the effect of strengthening Our friends may consider that we have been unjustly treated and may take A CASUAL IMPRESSION OF WARNER OATHERBD AS HE SPRINTED ACROSS THU a more active Interest In our behalf than they would otherwise have HAMILTON Speaker New York State SENATOR By Telegraph to tSe Editor ot Tbe June attack of the Brookfleld Republicans on the Platt organization Is similar to that of an un disciplined army upon an organized vet eran force 1 If trie success that Brookfleld and Bliss have at tained here will have any Immediate effect on PUtts organization in the When we go back to New York will have to fall in line and work for so that at present therewill bo no Place for Internal Con cerning the that It HBlNRY FBE3 Telegraph to the Bailor ot THa June my judgment thU decision of the National Committee unseating pur nave no effect Mark Hanna controlled National Committee and the names on rtH Winers ofJlA Rspubjlr cap ork stronger OP AP IN A IP RATHER HIOH WHITE THE FIRST OF ITS ILK SEEN AT THIS York State Republican machine against the local McKinley and will have his revenge against He has been forfced to flght In New York show Ills for he has been shown to be powerless here and has been run over roughshod by the McKinley and BllssBrookfleld The fight between the NewYork or ganization and Major McKlrileys en gineers will not end with the Majors While the struggle for delegates was going on Hanna sent his agents Into New There they found op posed to them the entire strength of the State Those Republicans who had been Platt for years were chary about coming out publicly as McKinley because they feared that as soon as Platt saw that the nomination of McKinley was certain he would make a deal with with the result that all of the ant Platt Republicans in the State would be thrown So they declined to do anything for McKinley unless they had assurances that no combination would be made with the machine to their National Committeeman Hahn and Mark Hanna gave the desired and period the McKinley cause within the borders of the State made great Up to the present the compact has been and after the nomination of the lieutenants and Platt is likely to reach the culminating point in the State This the McKinley men will endoayof to and to force the nomination of an antimachine The has alreadv been He Is Charles who ar rived here Platt has slated Timothy Ellsworth for the There a dozen other but Platt wants the Mo Kinley men forcing Saxton the one hand and such able machln pall tlclans Hamilton Benjamin A George Lexow and Archie Baxter struggling for the plum on the otherhand Platt will be In an uncomfortable ppsi mergenny may bo compelled to declare himself forre It he does prosspeots of the for the
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