nt spectators, 300--the latter controlling the meeting.
Susan B. Anthony, Rev. Mr. May, Aaron M. Powell, and Elizabeth C. Stanton, came upon the platform, and were received with applause and hisses.
Miss Anthony introduced Mrs. Stanton, anMrs. Stanton, and the latter came forward to the pedestal on the platform, and began to read an address in a rather subdued tone.
She said something about a riot at St. James Hall, Buffalo, when the audience, or a large portion, burst out in applause, and as often ed, and beyond these efforts all was comparatively quiet.
After standing before the audience for five or ten minutes, Mrs. Stanton sat down and gave up the effort.
Sheriff Smith then declared to the audience that it was wrong to disturb the meet was said by the speakers on the platform.
Rev. Mr May undertook to speak, and he was served in the same manner that Mrs. Stanton had been — applauded into silence.
Finally Mr. May gave up and took his seat.
The indomitable Susan then essayed