Syracuse Daily Standard, September 18, 1895

Syracuse Daily Standard

September 18, 1895

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Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - September 18, 1895, Syracuse, New York Six Times a Week. gracttse On Sunday Morning. ESTABLISHED 1029. SYRACUSE, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1896. PRIOB THREE CENTS. Syncnse Nominations of 1893 Again Placed in tbe Field. THE SARATOGA CONVENTION Celom E. Mr. Plan's Favor- ite, Namtd for Court of Ap- peals Judge. HARMONY REIGNS THROUIIOUT t Dtagtr TbrnUmd bj Mihaniy'i Cliim to gUpriMM Narrowlf THE OLD "IOKBT. MORTON'S BOOM 1'ORUiLLT LAUNCHED Platfotra Him aa New York's Kxclaa Question lastly Of-Mr. Plait. Mr. and Frank Hlacock Favocites. Seen I try at Htate, JOHN r For Comptroller, A. UOIIKIITH. For Attorney General. THKODORIl 1C. UAM-OCIC for Slate Treasurer, ADD1BUN II. COL, V IN. For Bum Kngineer, CAMPBKLL. W. ADAMS. nor JuSsn of the Court of Appeals. CKLOKA H. MARTIN. Dispatch It. The Standard: Haratoga. The state c mventlon to-duy gH.'e the party the Hyracise ticket of HaJ to suppor In the e (.impaliin. CHped danger to plunge tin. x- ixcledly Into UN, thrr. Thin at a when tdrro did not to remotest ptoiprct of the pinccrd- Ings b'lng much more than a formal ratification of held here anit throughout state weeke prlnr to assembling of it hid been conceded that John I slrnrr nominated for secrete, ry of eUle. James A. Hi twin for comptroller. Theodo-e E. Hano-ck for attorney cener- I A.ti Ison B. Tol' In for Mate tre isurer and I'smpbell W. Adams for stslr en- glneer. It was It.rvltabln vote IT mort would have to be takrn for a candidate for judge of the court >f ap- peals. ind turned in I the calllnjr of roll developed no little ex -Itemenl. delegation from making a flght fur K. Joinson agslnst Pardon C. Williams an I Celora B. Martin that wat I jtally uniivike-l for. In the end I ho ptlie wan won Jus- tic- Ma-tln. the favorite In the clr. Plait over thn knucklei, took up wllh the King, omn- tr for John-x-n. at Hrr." II If the latter pul thl f.iru H.MIK thai would have bn at all. It had to do Ihe repo-t of ex mmlttro on creden- tial i to the con rat In the ftrat awrfNy llnrlct of Erie county. The t to that dlitrtct waa cla: by Cnnjcreiaman Rowland B. Ma of Buffalo, a itronc adhirent of Mr PI. It. He thli connect I'll, would accord him it. without to In roe, all of wnlch It appMn on he de of Mr. ?latfa In Eri oou >ty. It U u identood that Mr. Plate, pluck of bin lleu- lit u la a In, and In the commit! e on cre- would have made a to The news that t its Kcllon might be taken reached C mptroller Ilolierts dtirliiK the an i a hasty confert-nce of the count delega- tion It there unU then decided If ConRrvssman Man mry the delegation from K le would withdraw In a. and C. mptroller nume would not bo permitted to no before thi- convention. This de- termination was communlcuti -I to Air, i'latt tiy Comptroller Hoberts. and as a result of their Interview, the i ilnngllng fltuatlon wns disposed of. he over- adherents of Mr. Pint! wre In- formed of thc> threatened r volt and of II WIIH nvolded. ll'iw near the convention w to dis- ruption this account, proi ably not of the knew, and hen- was not thi- sIlKhlent Intimation of It In Ihp final report brought Into the con- tention. The danger thnt It t thought had nklllfully p-uarded HKiiliint ruinn up thn.ugh the blunder i f Annem- lilynian CMufticc Lcxow, tho i cliiilrmun. U n Khott that had hrei stalking around the (li-legiiteii in to ilvn In ftmitogii. There hu I been H bitter conlri'versy In the cum -ntlnn on resolutlona over the eiclsr pi: nk to lie Incorporated In Ihe platform. nd when that document reported t "lere discovered t br ominous slli ice upon thp subject, ordinarily an at endoient to the platform has no chanci for life, but Chairman Ixtxow racogol John K. Mllholland of New York without counting Ih- cost. Mr. K llholland presented two resolutions, one referring In the of Ihe ilati commit- tee nnd the other to tin- enfori 'iripnt of the exdw In New York. A. Sutherliin'l of llnchenter. vho next to Mr. IM.ilt, f> -ml ilKhl ili.-re tiy movltiK hat tmth li' on the table. I'halrman l.'xow utilviltalliiKly sought to upllce KUIIH of th- of the plst- f.ii-n the motl. n to lay in tahlf. Tliere WUH nn overwhelmlm vote In favor, and It was declared can -d. a drum demanded tl e call of the and nnys. Away k In hall stood Warner Miller, his i entorlan CONOHKHHMAN J H BHEH JAN, Trnu orary rhulnnan. voice raised In proti-nt at what ie cliar- aolerlzed as g ig law. The chad felt II sting of the n-iiiike. and allhoui h In hli ruling, not ai-cnrdlng to parlla nentary Inw. he Mr. Miller to c. me for- ward and begin a long speech n fnvor of a niiinre toij ilpclarntlun for Hun lay closing. then- nu motli a pf tid- ing, he proceeded out of order, without a single word of objection bclni rained. Then followed the L.iie of t e duty of the In n-giinl to Hi exi.-lie in and th" eventual Incori orntlon of the which cover the ul.jerli siiggestril hy Mr. Miller. Af er Kd- ward of New York, the ail- ViK'atc of.a Ill'-ral law. had salil no He- pubtlcan could to Mr. proposition, thp nmenilment is car- ried In a hurrv. It Is slgnlrlcai t In no Kvt ryh.vlv brcnthi-d ninler nfter the thlnic was done ise the having been It wo> a pt 'Idem where It might end. There another mo In the convention when J SI-Mt called out li> fill In the nterlm abvnce from tile hill of the i- Mmnltte- on resolutions. It .1 hr Md ginss the youn man w.nild try to th Mr. riatt. Hut he t enn not to ahuie privilege and thoyj more In manner In words he got ,ff the platform runout stirring up bad blood. I irKVnt by Mr. Pia t. who did not In until tome mini ten af- ter. He also mlsod hearing Cl tunuey M. IVpew's speech. Mr. Dep- w In clover all through con1 entlon. evuklng rounds >.f appUuse w enever he appeared. Mr. PUtt also tingled out for like In morning Frank came d all In their leati hy Hint time, rut the loim of i-.-t apart for cpi-c- tutors wore for th- ninat part unoc- cupied. There werr not mop- limn I.MK) people In the hall. After the opening by Hev. .liuvph of Harutdfja. Hrcretiuv John 8. K.'nyou called the roll uf d cimvtntlon I i nn eloquent I for heroic triiatment and radical whleli h.'U di bound for half an hi ur. After thank- Inic the for t IP honor be- atowrd upon him. he nontl mcd, In part: Tor the HIM time ilrcr I) J the full rp- uf it.ite fovcrn lent rent- ed upon the Iletuiblloan IMI ty. Prior to eli'rilnn lea-l the undltlun waa one of mt't'.alc- Kane at with Iniu- Irncr, In flaurant del mice c law, limited his ri'lurn csst tn re- ceived a similar greeting. It or- dered that all the bp teferred appointed. At K.M p. re. the JOHX a Kr.NTON, Svrrretary of the pietod. Mr. Baeket: all thli oligarchy like the hut I red handed j mandate a means only of dls- forth v.h.m'.nt d.nunc.'.tTon cemy was outrsgeO: ulilli- t ust betray- thn will or the people sub- verted; the mandate o' the c urts violat- ed: th- senate of the slat atolen; a I'nltrd States itly secureit and the pliant tool of pilltlr ,1 highway- men smirched his present t the high- est court of the state to wl ich he was elevated ihurv n tho wag of po- litical plunder. The Hepubllcsi par y by platform and Its with i lean records and of acknowledged alilllty td a return to government ty Inws f the state rather than tbe srlll ol gm p of selfish and corrupt Thi people ac- the pledie In an. UM. w, promised refcrms In adminis- tration, clean leirtslatlon. enf rcement of law and proper leganl fer ha >e rule and municipal rt-fcrir. Tni roml has been kept. Through a Retuollca i constitu- tions! convention distlrcl gait i hare been made lu the direction of mi rallty and honest government The ad of slati have been care- fully and economic ill r ntana. by cap- Obedltme t tbe law, scrupulous rettrl for pe p. m. scarcely lair of had re- turned to the convention hall. Two bands. In balconies on opposite of Ibe plitform. alternated In furnish- ing music while the crowd was aasem- bllng. At 3.M p. m. the crowd got tired of waltln f for the proceedings to be, resumed i nd called upon Chauncey M. Depew for a speech. He entertained the audience tit a few minutes with flashes of eloquei and wit which provoked unstinted and laughter. spoke aa ollows: Gentlemen of the Convention: I con- gratulate he temporary chairman upon speech which made this morning. what all believe and sug- gested wbi t everybody ought to I have be-n attending Republican convention was going to say how long, but totlclng number of who i resent this afternoon. I will not siy how long I am a eandldat (renewed! ootrveatkn recalle to old and old I: Oral In that II svMlcaaa have net when they had n BpanatMatiw of For wt beautiful poaJttoa being of power. to n italng better than that ualeaa Special Dispatch o Standard! Washington, Sept. fflclals over la Their areraa no any reason to d lubt that will completely exhauatad aorne Jmnwllate atrpa aro take a towards replenlsl Ing It. aoadttkft growing that can not lowed In run on without any raBef measure until aft hag mat regular t.nd had to ael Them la excellent reason to tatl administrate-i la convinced that a) will be forced to do bat as between a bond and an of congreaa iha matter haa paaast] of dlaci aalon and speculation. Mr. Cleveland to ootv greaa oa nan la when can It. He haa nevet had much oonOdwica In good coming from thla popular brunch of gt rernment. If U not for great unpopularity of boni among thi people who vote at Democratic rtea, aa baa been data- onatratod by -ritldsm former excited, probability of an extra slon would hardlj be worth dtacuaalng. Aa It It to UM of two dai gers. An of boa la for redemption of greenbacks, which can author- ised only by com raw, what ad- ministration woul I most Bat Mr. Cleveland would 1 to form con- clusion u to probablo ot placing hla nttaaot I Mr. attitude on tho propo. altlon to gold lhat question can e up la the In connection with offer of ayadV-i to mon for fconda if tax' word "gold" wen Inverted. the that. And by gamo of quieting dlaturbaaoa, would aid adarialatraUoai BOW They not cert aln of thla. bowwvar. nor are they oonMdent that U aafl Inclination could Vtgv Islatlon they want They racnaroKer thaj.' In matter of g >ld bonda ho atbod admtnlatratlon aad the. RapubUnana and by doing go axoltad considerable antag xtlam. though It concluded that waa actuated by pay triotlo J might bo no BucoBBful In Inducing to redemption of gnaa backs if ho willing to maxo effort. It la probablo t 1 aa thai _ would resist auch a> aad threat th it a piovtt- Ing more revenue by a duty on wool would Insisted on a part of relief legislation. If thla throat not carried out h It would surely in tho wnate. Thai outlook' for speedy raltaf fi om oongrew la. there, fore, hardly pron Islnc enough lu ealllm: of an extra, If there any for PTMldeot to get reasonable assurance of action Hvere little doubt that would called together at onoe; but there rub. Loo) Ing at from all sides. in> new Issue of looma up In proai ert. ake4 Order. A prominent Auirusta lumberman aad a Frenchman In employ went otM deer hunting up last fall, aad had traveled when lumberman aaw tl body of a deer Bi- n-lost hidden by Intervening and He r sked a shot, aad tho bullet crashed thn ugh (lender poplar and hit the deer. The animal off through t ush, snorting with pain, and turn >ermsn called out to Frenchman to and obedi- ent biased a ray until the mags- of hla rifle wi s empty. Then two men followed n dser, and upon It sorre time later. first shot had luuched a, vital spot. When they returned h' lumber- msn told of a fair, sad of bystanders, turnln ut Frenchmaa, him, "What did you at, any "Who, queried Frenchman. "Oh. I don't flre it Ton see. I'm work for meesner and when he tells me loot.' then I'm shoot. I'm don't never that deer at Jou i At New aManlaad trsta 1 fraat How ;