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BOTH PARTIES CAUCUS
Keed and Crisp Re-nominated
SPEECHES BY THE GENTLEMEN
The Senate Republicans Will Caucus
Mondar, When the Question
of Ke-organizatlon Will
Washington, Hov. 30. The repnbli
cans of the house met in cancns tonight
and unanimously nominated ex-Speaker
Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, for. speaker
of the 4th congress. This action was
anticipated, for at no time had' an effort
been inaugurated to contest his election.
The Hon. Galusha Grow, who was
speaker of the house in 1859, nominated
Reed in caucus. He simply presented
Reed's name, and the nomination was
made by a rising vote, amid cheers.
Grow, Cannon and Payne, escorted Reed
to the hall, and, when the cheering,
which greeted his appearance, had sub
sided, he made a brief speech of accept
ance. He said : 1
"For the honor you have oonfered up
on me I tender you my sincere thanks.
I am, however, not in the least liable to
confound with my own personally this
tribute of your kindness. I had once
the good fortune to be so placed that I
. represented, as well as I was able to,
the patriotic sense of a great parly, and
it is to that patriotic sense of our party
that you tender the tribute to your mat
ured, as well as your temporary, approv
al. History will accord us praise for
what we did in the 51st congress, and it
may accord its praise an this for what we
do not do.
"We have unfortunately a divided
government, which usual-y leads to
small results; but there are times when
rest is as healthgiving as exercise. We
must not forget that our first and-great-est
duty is to do all we can to restore
confidence in business, and that we.
r must avoid all business legislation, ex
j ppt in the direction of improved busi
ness. Rather than run risks we can
afird to wait UDtil well-matured plans
give ua remedies of permanent benefit.
Crude and hasty legislation is above all
things to be shunned.
"Could we caupe our immense popular
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Jx wi J
A Line of Shoes that are
majority tooveiflow into the branches
of the government, and could we have
full control, we would create, not a per
fect world, perhaps but a world rather
.more fit to live in thau we have lately
had. Even as things are, I do not for a
moment doubt that our patriotic in
stincts will lead ua to make every sacri
fice except that of principle to rescue
our country from its temporary disas
ter. - --":.
"Not only have we been elected by
the overwhelming vote of the people as
their servants, but as members of a
house of representatives, of which we
are the majority, the right to initiate
taxation for the - people by the legisla
tion is placed in our bands as a sacred
trust, which we have no right to surren
der, and which all parties, however they
differ on other things, will assuredly
maintain." ; - . . '
"That we shall be ready at all times
to furnish adequate revenue for the' gov
ernment, according to our sense of pur
ity, no man can doubt.
"This is the great nation of this hemi
sphere, and, while wo have no desire to
interefere with other nations, we shall
maintain our position-with firmness and
self-respect, and at the same, time with
careful consideration of facts, and that
conservatism of action, which eball
leave no bad question to trouble our
tuture. In this I trust the whole gov
ernment and all is branches will be in
accord with each other and with the
. AN . OPEN SWITCH.
Fatal Collision on the Delaware, Lacka
wanna Sc Western.
Syracuse, Dec. 1. Passenger, train
No. 8, on the Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western road, which left Syracuse at 10
tonight, ran into - an open switch at
Preble and telescoped three freight cars.
The engine of the passenger train was
completely wrecked. . and the havvaoe.
and mail cars and two coaches caught
from a blaze under the wrecked boiler
and were consumed. The engineer was
inetantly killed, and the fireman was
taken from the debris by the passengers
in a dying condition. The sleeping-car
was the only one saved. Nobody else
was hurt. The baggage and mail were
almost all saved. The ctation-house
caught fire and burned. The wrecking
train has gone to the scene.
The engineer who was killed was
Richard Young, unmarried, of this city,
who has been from 15 to 20 years in tha
service. The fir man' name was Riwif.
The switch at the scene of the disaster
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