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WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1810.
nuOJE two oieTS5
I.OOAI. TVRATIirUl IMIltllOAST,
'or Mr ifrfrfe f CWsWSefa, TWM
n)rf ,VrM Oi-ofiwr, rfr, rwej to ftW
'. ' . A orf OrrnwM torn h titfH;
tinnm; i nrinhlt frinAt.
IF you make any preten
sions to being in society
it is absolutely necessary
that you should have a
There is not another such
stock as OURS in the city,
as we have full-dress gar
ments of every description
in full suits, or each garment
separately, made from the
finest fabrics, exquisitely
trimmed and thoroughly
It is impossible for you to
get a BETTER fit than WE
can give you, as we have all
sizes and shapes and can fit
the tall and slim or short
and stout men as easily as
those of regular build.
Remember that our
AMERICAN method of
business is to give purchaser
full value lor every dollar
spent with us.
Robinson, Parker & Co,
f. 1- Corner Seteiilh niul I),Mh. ,, tV.
WBUEH. .. .. I
JV Kits, FOSD .....,
Miulrrate price. AurUnw. (M4 latr
tnnlukulN frt . Tsuslswr deil
S tKDKKtf Jr. DTAYVAX,
FRAKK BLTLBR. Xuiw,
ll t Street X. W.
Ji N.-rtli lharte Street, Baitlatora.
7 East Bread Sires t, Btetuasad, Va,
hut 9 let
J -io w nun i r may cosit'gBK:
Tlie 'line luu arrived ufaaa iwnmu who
we I ul. asu-t par th or tose taslr medit
Do M uke uIhh whan job rasa! uw
14. tills, tut If Jo! ate Ufetbbl lo Htr W and
u-alt- i .e amuitaeteet with u yiutrftm
i e tow did a mutlasnsal.
W Lat wt vaut is ixolweUoa for oar sser-
Uaui i:lut that ebus of versue whu eae,
t ui ill nut, pay tUsir bill.
IU lurMMto who bare fatted to etake
id) .rrautfAtaaat for settlta-taeir hUlsattet
lu,U: Utaa yttprif aeUadd. wtll be nt
lilted to the MUMahersuf the Merueaase'
Mutual rtbWctlta lulu DeeewSar I iu an
vti rtLy of irssllt
1 bis ao tattoa sabraee atari-baais, doc-
mit,. lawyers aad all utber badbwatas, trad:
w uu mesasers wm aaaa m tuts or
traoM weo have failed tu settle
or u.aWu arraatfestawt tbaratat S Uaw fur
UvuU,i'Mtat KatkNial Baak. BaiBtec.
ac BrU-Uaaar aad. Uaiicaator
ua. ar. a w.,
ot vrr dvorU41u aNI mMm
tciiiiuu at ua bajwa, mmm
Babar' lvaa a iftmmmt
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Cvruar V. r. aaj. lata .,
UvauaHalaai i-1ira tf-Iat
Adv-jic blatU aa4j5 la bV.Maa .
rw.iil AUatt .aa m.
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Vr TuaaUifi 1 Mbmw W tb
TH b 414W VIK4K.
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ATtt)aA?. CAPtTAt BAXIt
WIBT ATSAI. BASK.
IMIH rttW nttw the h rt eh nwnth wilt
not be entitled to the riMMtnt f n pet
t,8W euhle lest.
WAS1IIN0T0S CIA8MOIIT COMPANT.
jgjr-To niK pi'buc.
IlnvlajF retired from tha Ann of KMMOXS
X tlKOWX 1 take t'efttiro In Infrarmlnf! mr
friend, nml the pnlHo thAt I onn be roumi at
my oBtce, Wl Tenth street n. w., where I am
comtoctluc a cancral
ItBAIi BBTATE. LOAN ami INSURA5JCK
rromit, ami neroBftI attention Rlren to all
wntters placed in mr 1mm, s. Iteepecttullr.
Jambs I.'. Jjhown,
, . .. Wl Tenth street n. w
Telephone Tall ina. novtt lm
AI'IIOPOS THE STRtNaKXCT or
In theie times of Die uptKtrent lne
nirl r f inanr teeurltles theshreiril
am! conCTatlve Investor l very ant
to turn to Life Iuuraiicea tlte tet
pf all safe Inrestments. Here are a
few of the advantage'
Toil mr In smalt Installments.
Yon run no rlks.
You get from I loS tier cent, com
pound Interest. Yon teeure protec
tion. Your lielrs reeelro the amount of
our policy should you ills and you
recelie nearly a mush again n
you iay in sliould you lire until It
You also receive thl money wlien
you may want It most In your deelln
Why hoiltate about making ouah a
safe. enlble and profltaWe Invent
meiitt You cannot di tetter with
your money. Have jour life lnurel.
jOVB8 A I I AtL.
The EqnltaMc Life Assurance Society,
iKiriin lajsy street a. w.
In awVI,i contracts for brickwork
JofiBl'U . CoLUNM,
smt'treet northwest, wants to adrise the
pablie that he I stilt eontraetla for all
I'ruaiit attention to work ituaraateed.
' Btevesth and (I streets.
Announce the Mlowliu: Itanztla for
OXB WBBK OXLY:
Botar's Teatpoons Me per set
Ordinary I'rlce Sl.Wpemet
BUk Handle Carvers, fully uat-
aataed tt.ts par pair
Ordinary price JI.S0 per pair
CrowH riHtlne Machlna KJSOeauh
Ordlaary ptlce SltMMjh
OW MeHabla Clothe wilmwr Sl.TSaaeh
(Htr Bathre Llae of ifor at W Per
CealHods. M lac be Wu
Ordlaary price t
Abo a rail Lto of Oh aad fMl WfM. Kelt
Weather Strip. J'uraltHte Haadlw
aad MeebaalM' TooU.
HAHWAMB AND CUTLERY.
Oppeelte HUm IHy Goods House.
The llroken lMitluilelphl.t ILinkei's
lltsuutlful Vuuuc Wasliluetou Wile.
3lr. II. K. Jawlvmi, UU of the rtrw
of II, K. JamUon X Co., banker, ami
Uoer of I'ltllailtipliln, wlilk failed
yalefday, i well kaowa In tbl city.
In Jun, im, 3Ii Jtaa U'lllar.l.
0auhlr of 3Ir. V. K. AVIIUrd of Capi
tol II ill, was marrtoil to Sir. JawUoa.
Mr. Wlllatd bas been In I.oiuloa for
soMMt years, iuu;refttwl la tbe salt) of
FiotUa laads, la whkh be U reporte.l
U he iiuiui succesaful. Ills sou Cliarles
U ulth klm. Some years ago tbre
w t tire U Marsk's stove estaUUsh
Uint ta C'aiilol Illll. Youai; Charles
Willaiil weat U the sceae to uelp save
tkf j'tuperty. A tank of gasoliae ex
pkaliii asul be was seiiously buraed
about the face IusUb oae of bU eyes.
la left) Mias Jeaa weat to I.oaJoa 10
joia ber father. At that time she was
tag seed to a youag hum la Xew York,
la Ijomloa abe taet Mr. Jaasiaoji. lie
was bora ia 1$B7 aad was therefore oa
the sltady side of 50. Hut he was a
reputed atUHoaaife aad fod of the
soeiety of youeg folks, illss Jeaa
WUbifd attracted aim aad he laid
siege to her heart. After a brief
emu (ship he worn ber. Mrs.
Wilavd aad a youaget daughter.
Mies Hessk. weat over to I.oadoa and
the eldetiy lover awl his radiaat yousg
Wide were laarrted. The cefeatoay
wascelebfated is oae of l.osuloa's hb
turk old churches ia the pteiesa-n of
the whole Aatertcaa culoay aad aatitlsi
sauth spWudor aad wagaini-eace. Hi.
aad Mrs. JsMtUoa have sisvee resided ia
Mr. Jaadaoa was very load of driv
lag his four ia haad tally ho, "Ttw
lUsvUer.' lie is a good whip, aad
Bte fwiUMit trips ihjKMigk fMBjrl-
tog Ms bWraey as Tar as Uaok. IKur
aBg th Isiat smiiaMT ha) aad his wife
(atiipicda cottage at Cape May, md
Mf lajeJsoB took Preeideal d Mm.
Hatriaoa out ia the tally ho aaariy
wety 4y Atuiag their slay at the Cipe
Tic YlMajd xirls ase all heautias,
The eUsst of lh ive or sl yews
go vm encaged to be marsied to
WhNBf Kev Yosluur. The aigh4
btfose the day set km tim vwUhag aha
doped wih a yoag MlssM attoa
TlBffirf Faltoa- Miss Jleaa it a tU.
ttabrly hiiBflde, esy hrnittllfii). imi la
kec lAahiest fJUu,s had hialf thB yossag
ol VaahiagU) at her feet. Vh
Is uov abotM 40 years old
Ssw &js sbis ssMaslsMft Ajiieswej
At U 0'cka.i Us sjagjat Mmw wi
bshtht ice ia taw I'aMaB bsDk feswiua
Agesi y t the coraer of Fourth ad F
Meets, luagiw Coaspaay Ko. I sa
UBwdjKsji to aju iilitrai aBw tihid aaabas
Vese txtiouuiohed alter about W
dasvage baa U.tu ustalaed The axe
wa.cju.nJ by tlu diL;iluof a ual
tii.'Ui -iu ' ;n.ii riU
Gfxkhu Mtrn C.iMtxo. The War
Department I In rxxnewlon this mnrn
lot of no new Information cnfernlns;
the Indian IrotiWes. It Is ctrwc'eil,
however, tht Gciroral Miles will arrive
In Ihe city thl evening.
TlTR t'RRMDRBT't C M 1.ER Among
tbe relters at the White Nottsr lo-tlay
wen? Senators Storkbtfdge, Dlvon ami
Alllton llenretenlatlre firewer, Kwart
sml Caswell: General Manning of
Worth ('arollna, t.t Senator Terrv anil
Attorney General Miller
ArrotBTMRXTs ash l,nofllTIox9.
The followlnit appolnttnenta ami pro
mfltlons have lieen made In the Treasury
Department umler Civil Service rule
It. 1'. lltittetfleld to $840, In the office
ofthePecretary.K. S. Mitchell to $&00,
In the l. 8. Coat ami Gewletle f urvey.
Promotions II. II, Seller from class 1
to claw 2, Thlnl Auditor's Office;
Oeorj5e Mclnltirft from $800 to $000,
Sccoml Auditor's Office; P. II. Arm
strong from $fJ0o to $000. Heglator's
Ofllco, antl Mls I . A. Manes from
$780 to $000. ofllce of I. 8. Coast anil
AN iMPntlTABT GnBHBMKXT Pho
.trcT. A tiny or so ago Prclileof Har
rison nnnolntcil V. M. Itiinre. U. A N -.
Colonel C. IJ. Comstock, Corpsjof Kngl
ncer, IT. S. A ; ct Governor Slfjney
Pctlintn of Maine. David T. Littler ot
Illinois nml Lieutenant It. M. G.
Browne, V. S'. 2., to constitute a com
mission lo visit the potts along tho
coast of the Gulf of Mexico to select n
suitable site for n dry iIock. Tho need
of one along that coast has been lonr;
felt and had become so pressing or late
that Congress nt Its last session appro
printed the sum of $15,000 to ilefrav
the expenses of the commission. It
was under that net that the present
commission has been formed. No pro
frnmtiic has yet been mapped lo covctn
the movements of the commission, ns It
lins held no meeting. Lieutenant
Urowno tecelved a telegram this morn
ing from Csptaln lliincc. the president
of the commission, In which he states
that a meeting will bo held at tho Lb
bltt House In Washington on the 5th of
December. The commission will decide
nt that meeting what ports thov shall
visit nml In what direction tbcV shall
proceed. The most Important ports
which the commission Is to touch nt arc
hey est. isew Orloans, Mobile nml
CfnivostoD. Tho work Is a mott tin
Krianl one, and the decision of tho
commission will be awaited with the
JC.w m. Notes. The Navy Dtfinrt
rrent has been Informed by Wear Admi
ral George L. Uelknap that the Omtha,
the tlngshlp of the Mediterranean Squad
ron, left Chllmulpo. Korea, on the
17lh and arrived at Naitasikl, Japan,
on the 20ih ultimo. Prom that port
the proceeded to Kobe, thence to
Yokohama. Japan, where she arrived
on Thanksgiving Day. She will remain
it that port ponding repairs to her ma
chinery, and It Is expected Ihe neces
sary work will reuulre three weeks.
The Monocscy It at Clillmulpo,
The Swartara left Yokohoma,
Japan, for Mare Island, California, on
The Alliance has gone on a cruise to
the Caroline Islands, and Is expected to
arrive at Nagasaki, Japan, on lucem
berl. The I'alos arrived at Tientsin, China,
on the 1st of November, where she 111
The commanding officer of the Mo.
blcan umler dste of November 11 re
ports to the Navy Department that bis
vessel sailed from Sidney, Australia,
oa September 1, arriving at Auckland
on the Uth where It was Impossible to
obtain coal on account of the general
strike at that port. It sas ouly with
great difficulty that a small supply was
obtained at the Hay of Iklands. She
coaled at Psgo l'ago and thence touched
at Papule on the 1 lib and arrived at
Honolulu, II. I., on Novembers where
she bow is.
EasigH It P. Lone has been relieved
from duty at tbe ordnance proving
ground. Anuatmlis aad ordered to ord-
saaee duty at tbe Washington Navy
HONOR TO Mm HONOR IS MIL
liur Ailiulrul (IIIIN Was the First t
Milulu the Itepublie ul llrasll.
Kbw Yobk, Nov. :. The IleruU
to-day has tbe foil h lug mhhwubIcs
tloa: "I have noticed that tbe papers
state that Acting Hear Admiral Walker
was tbe flret Admiral of the L'alted
Slst- s to salute the Republic of Itnuil,
and also that Admiral Walker elalau
that hoaer. The ft U, however, that
Hear Admiral James H. GUUs saluted
tbe new republic mouths before Ad
miral Walker visited Hraail namely,
in the earl) part of Itecetuber, Useti. less
thaa oae tuuath afk-r tae formatioa of
theaew goteraaieat. He oaUi tally re
potted his actio to the Navy Depart
weat at that titue-
"Miaiater Adasas was tbe Bret foreiga
Miaister to oHet hb cagrsiulatiosw to
Provtbtoaal lrldet Ueodor a da Foa
seca. aad Admbral GUUs was the last
Adsairal to tluVr the aew tVitMp
i mm. Mcim.
HuetMiiUi xuil Wife ItuMtabt lM) (tsbr
H'iw Lm at jMliwtMu.
MBHftJu, TBBb , Nov. . Jasaes
Stockloa isat Us wife here yetesiia
tut the iset Uae sisvee the Johastowa
Bjoud. They had suouraed each other
as dead, believiag that they had bee
bereaved by the aw f ul disaster Stuck -toa
had gosve to t'aliforabj aad Mrs.
Stockton was ia Mastchuaeua- They
wte diacoied to each otni by tu
timi frkad ia this illy, and yeabstday a
Utoet tovfvd weeUag took place at the
liit stailoa ob the Chesapeake and Uhio
Hattsoad w the iafoegtag traia. They
had oaly beea utatiied few ds, aad
will go from here to their new hosa to
Caliicraia to complete Uu.tr rudely ia
t U. mi Urn, Heater.
Mf- ai Mr. Uobert P. Portjc gave
a iatVraial iwcepsiusiat thtir OausTge
tova reaUMioe Uat aJtgt U hoow of
Mr- UeiMge H tkosjghm, '. U A-.
Use well kaowe wtiat, A Mr CbarU.
6. bwiUb, pushiesl of the Kesr Jene
Chawbei of CutjMtesce. Maay persosj
Ptowiaeat la oaUcaai aad social ciisitc
were pttscttt. aad Use (veasag
hput in a ery ealyabte uvaser. a
elvi 1 1 upper was servl lo the din
it.. . u anil some dilubtfu' kinging
IN THE STATE'S NAME.
Attorney llrnernt of Ohio Sttes
ttie Mtnndartt (III Company-
Cot.rMTit, Ortro, Nor. 99. Attor-ney-Gemnil
Walson flletl In the Su
pteme Court yestenlay an amended pe
11 lion In the can of Ohio vs. the Stand
anl OH Company, to reroke Its charter.
This action is on the gronml that tire
Stand anl has extended beyond Its char
ter and merged Into another corpora
tion. Judge KllBe of Cleveland eon
sentfiltotbe flllng of the amend merits
In order to jive the company till Janu
ary 1 to answer.
Tire amended petition alleges that
there are now In existence only seven of
the original 3.1,000 shares of Standard
'Ml stock . that by the agreement entered
Into lietncen the directors of the Stand
ard and the trustees of the trust Ihe for
mer conveyed to the latter rtl.WTt shares
of stock, and Ihe trustee In return Im
mediately Issued an equal number of
ccttlflcatcs of the Standard Oil Trust.
The petition further sets up that none
of the nine trustees of the monopoly are
residents of Ohio.
Another allegation used In the peti
tion lo show that the Standard Is now
not conductive business as provided In
its charter, Is that. Instead of the stock
holders receiving the net earning, they
get their proportion from the trut on
the Standard certificates.
RAZED TO THE GROUND
GLEN ECHO CAFE DESTROYED BY FIRE
EARLY THIS MORNING.
Tim Plumes Sprrnit Itnplilljr Narrow
Kstnpn of Ihe Initiates A. Ill tr Loss
Hint Suinll Insurance The
Urlsln a Mjrstery.
One of the most serious conflagra
tions that has occurred In the District
for some time look place Ihls morning
shortly after S o'clock, when "The
Pntawomeck," or, as It was better
known, the Glen Kcho Cafe, on Glen
Echo Heights, overlooking the Poto
mac, was burned to the ground. Plre
was discovered In the main building
shortly after 2 o'clock. It Is not known
who first saw It, hut when Mr. P..
Ualtlcy, one of the proprietors, was
around by his sister the building; was
wrapiied In llamts. lie rushed down
stalls to find the main building all re.
and soon saw that any cITorts to save the
structuie would prove hopeless.
The Homes spread rapidly, owing to
the intlammable nature of the wood
used In Its construction, and not more
than five minutes elapsed from the time
It was tlrst discovered before the oca,
pants were forced to beat a baity re
treat from the burning building with
out having lime to save anv of their
personal elTects except such as could
lie rapidly gathered and thrown from
the building Into the ra Ine below.
Tho Are made n Iieautlful sight, as It
IapHil up the high tower and fantas
tlcally assumed many curious shapes.
It was like a pyrotechnic display, to the
unfoitunaus who witnessed 'it, clad
only In the scantiest of garments.
'ilicre wire fifteen persons In the
house, and all were forced to Uim for
tUIr lives, In their night clothes,
grabbing whatever clothing came
bandy, ami completing their toilet on
the outside of the building. Mrs.
IlalUley and her sister managed to save
a dress each from the nil in. The
former bad no time to obtain rlothlng
for her children, ami they had to be
wrapped In blaukets.
Pome of tbe Inmates bail particularly
narrow escapes. The colored cook
juniel from the laundry window aud
rolled about 100 teet down tbe bill be
fore she was stopped by tbe trees.
Fortunately she was not Injured. The
I line hoy, who was In tbe third story of
ouc of the towers, was not awakened
UBlil after the flames had cut off cow
Hiunlcalloa with tbe floor below, aad be
was com pel 'ed to i limb down tbe out
side of tbe tower In his nigbt skirt.
All tbe inmates bad more or leas narrow
escapes aad were half clothed whea
they reached tbe outside.
The origla of the are is not known.
There is a large open tire place on the i
nrst noor, in wutcb woott is uurnoa,
but tbe fawih were accustomed to sit
aiouad it until it buintd out. Mr.
lUlUley did not retire last Bight until
after 1 1 o'clock aad with tbe manager
of ihe establishment made a tour of tae
buildiag to see that all was safe. The
Hies ia the Lltchea were tow aad be U
at a toss to eomprekead how the catas
trophe origlaated. lie does not, how
ever, attribute it to iaceadiarism.
The bulUHeir, which covers abo it oae
acre uf ground, was built of cedar, two
stuibs lu height, aud with numerous
towtts. It was lighted by ebx-triciiy
throughout, aad was oaly opeaed to the
public last July. The loss will reach
about i65,600. distributed as follow
ob building, 75.0OO. furabure, fi.OU).
iibtary of Mr. Ballley aad personal
(Beets. fS.utK). Oa this the.-e is a ia
sutaace of ft.aut) ia diffeteat ioti-
T hi asosaiag. altuuet before the Bre
had stopped smottlderiag. a gaog of
Bsra was put to work ressvovtag the
debris. The proprietors propose to
fosasswate tha won of KeoBatrucUo
uwaiedsateiy, hut will build the man
ture out of ttOM aad make U as nearly
tre proof as possible.
mm. i itia.
A Can livr Mast a Varsws Mmmjm
ThoBMat 'WfffgBB had a aairosi es-
rssHimoie 4 Ohio passeager Ui e
teiday aftstraooti at i o'clock
He was dritiag cait airoas th
trail, at the ibteraectfam of Msasacsxb
setts bb4 UcdaM aveaus whsm a
bjfftjwiBtf tjaiB, iBttilBg at a m&qA sbIb
Madoiga was pkked up ia a ua
coBactaus iiwiitttoa by t Mtker tMaaigt ad
th Sixih Precbuct wagoa susBay-msiil.
Tbe bijused bbb was takta to tike
os-ktecue Uoapiul. srfceat U was
found that his to juries we of a -ry
-vxieuM aatuce. The cart buss coas
paetidy dssasoMsJhasI aasi tB ssiMnut so
tadTy suaimed thai he will tobWy
hau- to be WJkd.
lieaatstt u.v& Ux stiwsiaBt.
Ueactai WikuM. whw wa sajrhMuly
iBjuted WkdaeiaUy oiitJht hy faUiag
lto a e&ctvvaUoB u FouMswawh atceet
Birthwst. has iciovewd C(safsniitn.-
Tbe paialvsi ta partly MsaptH.-r.i
from hu Ul i ulv and tbeu- U u.. U ..
t' i bis u ttui ill Hi urv
TALKS OF MEN
HOW THE GEORGIA I,BOISUTi:RR
exciting m mimwm scenes.
A Vivid and Graphic Description bj
MR. IK9ALLS' NEXT SRIAT SPEECH.
CoUmI Imc Kilt Tells How tho &tm-
enlie Msjerity Waa Kstttd it
Majnr MeKialoj's Dretrici,
Mr. K. V. Harretl, the aecompllslietl
cotrespondent of the Atlant Ctmrtiin
tern, lias rcttUHetl for the winter. He
saw the Senatorial light In the Georgia
I.celtlaturc, In fact, was In the thick
of It. Talking with him last night
Tiik Cmitic ashed him If there was
much excitement growing out of that
"Inciting?" he said. "Why, there
has not been as much excitement lu
Georgia since reconstruction days,"
"Were there any scenes In the Legis
lature when Gordon was elected?"
"You should have been there that
day, It was wonderfully exciting and
lutcicsllns:. The hall of the House of
HoprctentatUes was a mass of political
maniacs. The doors were first locked to
prevent any but members coming on the
lloor. Hut soon the doorkeepers were
swept aside and hundreds of old Con
federate veterans and othor Gordon men
rushed In. The aisles were filled; men
wcro crowded In between the seals and
members' desks; they were perched
upon the clerks' desks and on tbe re
porters' tables; even on the Siieakers
stand lltilf a dozen men had gathered.
Thry were wild with excitement, and It
was simply an Impossibility for the
ofllccrs of the House to control the
croud or to clear the hall. The Speaker
rarncd and pounded with his givel
until he became worn nut.
'The mil call begun. The first vole
was ft r Norwood. The audience
groaned loudly. The Speaker stopped
the clerk and threatened to have the
hall cleared. Another name was called.
Tbe vote was for Calhoun. The audi
ence blind ami groaned and jeered,
ami uttered all kinds of exclamations
of dissatisfaction ami contempt.
"Then there was a vote for Gordon.
And such a yell. It was the old icbel
yell. As It arose, crutches with bits
upon lliein were hoisted all about In
the audience, men lumped upon desks,
wautl their hats and shouted form! li
nks. "Then Ihe voting went on. A man
who daied vote against Gordon was
hissed ami Jeered. The men who voted
for him were wildly cheered. Every
man who it ad rocm lo move his arm
kipt tally. The Instant tbe voting
ceased it Has knots n that Gordon had
lost by two votes.
"A young man to tbe tell of the hall
who bad voted against Gordon was
known to be personally Inclined to
wards him. The veterans and Gordon
tkouters made a rush for hint. He was
hoisted upon their shoulders, carried
brdily to the fiont. and there be
banged bl vole. Then a mighty yell
went up. Mm jumped to tbe tops uf
tbclr desks, 'lhey rushed over one
another. The crowd jstntued In and
hoisted other member high In the air.
All iiver tbe ball weie pyramids uf men
with a member who had voted against
Gordon forming tbe a and each of
tbte men (banged bis vote.
"A rush was made for Speaker How
ell He was begged to change his
vote, and almost threatened If he did not
change it. He refused until Gordon
was surely elected Then he left the
chair and aaaounred that be would
move to make the electioa unaulswous.
Willi tbl paattemotiium broke loose.
1 be people weat lato a delirium of ea i
tbusbskw. One-legged veterans tost i
their crutkhes ia the wild crond, but
bopptd about ou their oae leg ami
jelled with tbe rest, forgetting for tbe
moment their loss. Others were upoa
the desks aad tables, tbrowiag their
bau into the air aad crushhsg them
u oa otheis' beads. Peihaps a thou
sand hats were tore, into fragaseats
Aed coalf, too. Mb pulled tbtir eoats
frum their backs aad hurled them over
"It was a wonderful sight. The
farmers of the UgUlatur did tuH
know what to make of it. The crowd
and the el Hug trom Urn very start
de it appear to them that ike whole
world wanted Umatoa, aad aseaabers
who were pledged agaiast him weat
with the enthusiasm of the uwuaeat aad
cast tbtir oU for Uordoe.
"lb an isuuaat after the vote was
Ukta all Atlsaie teemed to kaoar that
GtMitoa was ctected. Canaoa "-fifH
f runs all auued the Capitol. Ueavemt
tiiudoa wis brought iato the halt to
ay a few void. Ybxa he was canted
tau the street, lifted upou the caisaoa
of sa old canaoa that hail before spoke
victory for hisu iu the Ugbda cam
paigaa, aad hauled gtortousiy through
ttwalMcat by a thousand men, while
or his floated to the bceeie the t'. t.
Has. the Stars aad Stripes, aad besmtb,
it a tattered t'u&feilet&ie Uusaer. t
was a ualoB of ihe past Jd th
pseseat. TV jobjlog of asesiuury asvd
leeJity- Tb toB was luraed Islot
mass of hyaks) aadt ehtmka of ubsj
ami unpoJWl eajkvuiai blku
of ctlsuaoB husxi joy And the jutU&it.
ttoB cobUbsbwI all tbe af urn aoiw b4
"It was trvly a ttmarksWv s,ceaU
the way tkri-ugh. fse pKopW were de-
srsjaBB to Rave uosuoa si tb.- t-g
Wature has! i!ctd uc uther uia
syti, thtte's bm tellutg wb&t wuuj :
CoAoel U. M AliVJ.: i- ut, 1 1 -L
AwiistasasulsseatPtiiii.! -'t ? ih-h1
vttotBBir for the sii-i. i.. !hnu i-f
Siesy Vwk, Ui thi tu.. H- i.u
hs.ee at Mm imu is lu u! ; ' mi
Ugal buslae of a '-ixi.e ' I
wCl he secoibjctitsl thataiux:
Ut Vbu KaOMsal Hub vi IK -Kssj
York, was wsuked its k
pal SKH.kbt?l lers and luao met? wecv
the Puu'koir fauiiU C-iji!i I i U-r
1! r.iLlkttl 9 U-liUl ill i Li
. 1 ii Ibn lau i- r i k . . i 1 'i'
General f'aulkmr wa a very protnlnent
rrlttleian and harl at owe time been
chairman of the I)ertotntffe ?Uat Com
mittee. When Ihe crash came Jfsiws Fmilk
werflwl lo Canmta. Tne gfantl jun
itidlrted liolh t.str arM him. The
former faced his rlantw. The tat
ter returned only to tnro Ptate'a evl
tlince against hi brother. The testl
rrmnT of .Iam sent Lester to the
State's prison where he noon died
Jame was brought to trial Tie
presided that he was to go free In return
For hie testimony against his brother.
The President said that he must stand
his trial. He pleaded entity. en
tern has eol been pawn upon him
am! the rae Is befotr the Department
ofMustlce. Colonel Alexander In slat
ing the rase to the leputment has said
that the facts show the mm to h guilty
though legally the situation may be such
s In rt quite that he be pardoned. The
people at Iansvllle whom Patilkner
robfsMl are holding aloof. They lielieve
him lo 1 guilty and worthy of punish
ment to the frill cMent of the Uw, but
will not Interpose to insist on his pun
ishment If legally he Is entitled In go
unpunished for his crimes liecanse he
"peached" on his "pal" ami betrayed hie
'1 lie outcome of the case Is awaited
"Let me make a prediction," said a
watm pergonal friend of Senator Iisgalle
to Thk Ckitic reporter. "John J. In
galls will make a peeth before the close
of the coming session that will be pro
nounceil by the whole country a gte.tt
"On the Poire bill?"
"Sub Treasury scheme!"
"The Interesting subject will I
Grover Cleveland. I know IngalU bel
ter than any one In this nrclc of the
woods, ami I predict that he will roast
Cleveland on account of the laltet's
litter to Xelson P. Acres. It will lie a
great oppottunlty for Ingalls, anil he
will make the beet of It. 1 simply pity
Cleveland, that's all. He will lie fairly
Said Colonel Isaac Illll to day:
"Major McICInley seems to take grea'
pride In the fact that In his recent con
test for re-election that he cut dnwn
a normal Democratic maj irily of S,00')
to about 100. but he tails to tell all
Ihe facts lullie case. The Major evi
dently forgot to mention that sevur.il
bundled ardent Itepublie ins from a I
joining counties went Into his district
aliout thirty days Isefore election and
voted the straight ltcptiblt in ticket."
HONOR TO A SISTER REPUBLIC.
A (Hitler, lie Itecn'tluii nt the White
1 1 n ii tu llrajlllnii nvnl Officers.
Gnat masses of the choicest Bowers
that Washington conservatories can
produce exuded their fragrance
Ihroimhout tbe While House last even
ing, whilst soft strains of music fur
nished by the Marine 11am! were wafted
to the cats of the distinguished visitors
as they strolled about tbe East Hoom
and through the conservatory. It was
the occasion of the reception lu honor
of Ihe Uraitlllan naval olllcers, and the
first formal soclsl event of the season at
the White I louse. The E nt Hoom was
profusely decorated, a miniature of the
ilrazlllan and American colors appear
ing here ami there, while about the huge
chandeliers suillax clung. At !' o'clock
tbe Pii-sldential party, consisting
of tbe President and Mrs. Harrison,
Secretary anil Miss Maine, Secretary
and Mrs. Window. Attorney General
ami Mrs. Mllh-r, Postmaster General
and Miss Wanamakir, Secretary and
Mrs. Noble, Secretary Tracy and Miss
Wilmerding, Suretary and Mrs.
Proctor and Secretary and Mrs. Kink
entered tbe iilue Hoom. where Ad
ndral de Silvlera ami bis orikers, to
gether with Admiral Walker, were
awaiting them. Tb receiving party
was soon formed, and the guests parsed
through the lllue lloow, tbeaee
through tbe Green Parlor to tbe Ktat
Uooin Almost every one prominent 1b
Uovirnuunt, financial and social life
attended the reception, which was oae
of the most brilliant ever held at tbe
A trip to Mount Vernon was the
sueiial eitredioa offered to the lira
Has IrJcers today, and Mr. lirawn,
chk f i letk of the tale l-partmeat. and
Mr Partridge, Its solicitor, called at
tbe AilUgtoB Hotel so.m after lo
o'luxfc for the liraUlan. The entire
tarty iben eatcred carriages aad were
dmcu to the Navy-Yard, where they
were taken aboard of tbe Despatch aad j
toe inp oowB ine river uegaa. tae
vbitors expert to spend Sunday very
tiuieily at their hotel, where they will
dubiU.ss receive inforsaal calls from a
nutubir of the Army aad aaval orrJi i r.
Tbe nw isalt urn Wss aut Mtsta
9. "sssagsfsst (ip?js
Stw Yobs. Nov. S9. Moavey was
4feHd at 4 pet etsH. No traaaaettos)
were recorded. Kn Image itoatal gulet,
but steady; posted rates, tsifctsis..
actual rates, d for sixty days, aad
UoverBBseBts eiused ste4y . cstrresu y
. lus bM. V- tBseswst t cumi.
Vi: lia, tie. do.. WM 4d-
The slutsk asarksw was dull durlag the
two biurs of hstaJBsus to-day, oalv ta,
m shares fcvlag beea soli At ttte
vpessBg the uarktt was weak aad
prices dswUsed ; Uurlag
the tirst hour uf tta-ilu prbesices
taaued weak. bit, e.ipt for the sugar
tiust urtlikate. which bhssv up 1 iwr
ceia . Korth Amerb-AU was Uj -u u,
a4 adtrswl it. Th iuiuaiukr ,.f
the its Ws tuaHtasged '" .iiiUi-.-.u
tug by 11 o'clucU.
aUiitesMktw HZ,'Witf IMasaag.
i Uii v..i Nu. S li8JaJSdal'4JWp
Uli jl di-d uiiliu.aairi'. kft hi biwiu
ui TLi.rada iu.ri.iu. atil iltepili
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wUH-ud The HettteBBetsBets are
leai.u.1: uieribact- and abii' i.twuer
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HIS LUST CARD
PARHMsIS MANIFESTO SEALS HIS
GUWtOUE MKES ft VIGOROUS REPLY
Awi DtriU Issues x CowileT Maai
fteio lo Uit Iris Ptok
WHAT THE nm SAYS OF THE MATTER.
"T)w lobble hf fJUiiUBiiR Kent Kale
Mm thnl"PretpU of Split
i th triih Party.
I.o!to, Nov. 9J Mr. Parnell's
manifesto Is tereived with generitl snr
pilw, as being hielevant to the Issue
and a mete bnrtl of self glorification.
1 liter views with several prominent Lib
erals at the clubs reveal tbe belief that
Jlr. Parnell has playetl his lateartl and
alienated forever the Kngltsh IJberals,
wllh whom no alliance ran ever again
be hoped for by him. They regatd him
as a perfict egotist.
Mr. Gladstone's reply tn Ihe strictures
upon him comprised In Mr. Parnell s
manifesto to the Irish people Is made
public. In it Mr. (Hailstone says that
he will not apply a single epithet to Mr.
Parnell, he not being that genlleumn'R
Judge. He thinks that It was con
clusively demonstrated In connection
with the matter of the PIggott Commls
tlnn that he was not disposed to lie a
party to any Injustice toward the Irish
ltefcrtlng to Mr. Parnell's recital of
events, alleged to have transpired at
Hawntden In November, 18Ht), Mr.
Gladstone dctilrs that the four olnts
mentlnuid by Mr. Parnell were olfered
as formal proposals tu the leader of the
iilsh party. These points, at slated by
Mr. Parnell In hU manifesto, were:
1st. The retention of Irish members
In the Imperial Parliament.
3d. The settlement of land or agrarian
dltllcultv In Ireland.
3d. The control of Irish constabulary.
Ith. The appointment of the Judici
al). Uclinllog Judges of the Supreme
loiiit. Lounly Court Jtulgea ami resi
No single sugacstlon whatever was,
Mr. Gladstone says, ottered by him
cither formally or finally. What Mr.
(ladatnne had done at the conference
in iuellon was to make a statement
without prejudice of those pilnU
whereon he, together with such of his
colleagues as he hail been able to con
sult, win Inclined to believe the Home
Utile scheme of lH could lie Im
proved ami strengthened. To none of
these suggestions, says Mr. Gladstone,
did Mr. Parnell raise any serious oujec
.Mr. Gladstone then cxplb ltly denies
that he made any such statement as to
tbe nolicv of the Liberal parly with re
gard to Houiu Ilule In the event of the
iut Keoeral elections favoring Ihe
Liberals, as is attributed lo hi in by Mr.
Parnell. Nur was anything substan
tially resembling such a statement made,
either, as it regarded the retention of
Irishmen In tbe Imperial Parliament,
the settlement of tbe land diMcullles.
the control of tbe constabulary or the
appointment of judtctsry.
Mr. Gladstone then declares that the
conversation at Hawarden was mutually
understood to be uf an absolutely con
fldenilal nature, and says that tbe pub
lication by Mr. Parnell uf even a true
recital of what had taken place at that
conference constituted a violation of
Kvery suggestion which had been
made by bliu at that itue Mr. Gladstone
says was made rroiu written memo-
raada, which was available for pur I
poeee of corroboration. Neither party
lo the conference was bound to tbu ,
eusoiute arceptani e 01 any propoesi
there suggested. It was also true that
Mr. Parnell bad never i all mated that
bis idias bail uadi-rgnne aay alteration
onccmlng the matters discussed at tbe
1 1 warden Bseeiiag-
Mr (iladstoef , referring to bis pni
tU'B with regard to the autonomy of the
National party of lrelssd, say that he
has always, aad uuWvllUsgly, uiata
tsined Ibst that party ought to be en
tirely iadepeadeat of the British Lib
erahs. Por biw to propose aay measures
fBBeted with ike iBterasts of tbe
country eu-ern such a Irelaad could
sttpruve of oa lines already laid dowa
wrutd I e an act of fauliiaess regarding
htm self and one of treachery to the
Irish people. 1b whom, eves by the side
of air. t arueti, Be ciaun to take- an ta
tereet. Mkhaei ITsjvitt has issued to the IrUh
peopl a couater aaanlu-sto directed
agataat the istteMtoB by Mr Paraell of
the Wasterstitp of the Irish Numiil
Mr. itavltt iufbvdvclaiiagihs)ith J
Katk-Bai party of Ireland l aew ia ,
sftteters. the liijuilfe-to issied by Mr.
Puitull U, he 'iys. the last desperatt: '
racse if Jbi ndiid leader. ItUuiiH-;
vuli U nut uu.ue.ii-iva.hb:. to utultrstaad
huw any SttSB K-'Utd h4Ve struck a worae '
bb'W at irelaad- '
The iituBtt-tMuitiifeMto say thr i
leS-SiMr. Patsjell a tiUMW arni:.
tiitbe tvilualou if lriU repriw.i.t'1 :
la the IsupeiUl Paiiiamiut uni 1 :
ctji retainiug for a time tbi- lui, 11,
ii u:Uof tit Irish pi Vwk and . .: 1
lt.11. duUrcs Mi. lUvitt .1 i M
P n I i' . t biu.i!t hu.' li, '
-k- Wl. .Ul l. I Mr l'.un.
ll 1:1.1. tbi iii ; 1 ul In 1
1 1 .. 1 1 1 n . 1 , - 1 - 1
tkts a tbiy fcae Wis stnet. ir are
now Tbe Irth piuple toni sit to
km wbitUii J! 1.,D11 ihJ nut i a
iuattii ui t-nt i-in 1 tb . irun j.
'I In. 4 Inn" i-t lUvii i-j i, 'U
1U1I iw 1 i . . ,n j, i-iLil Mr
i .it.i ' . l vl. 1 .- i'
.1 1 It 1 . 1 r
pumy psraosu iui - u grainy wi
. lUiinia1 i'.i-Ik t 1 .iOft
Hi li - i 1 ' 1,1 ii, llll'.li.
iiii i 1 t 1 -' 1 ,, iriUi.-.H 1 1 1
ulu. , . - ...!.- li
-' ji 1 1 I ' 1 - . . 1 '
1 1 ,
tbe itecbtraitoa thai luartk-s kite wart I
l'iim-1. Ui ulJ li ilepused ftoui th.
iuli rt-lu: if li -' N ri a 1 1st pflv '
II. 1 l" ' .1 1 I'tiASUl , J
tlif rsnse of Home Rule, altBonth SM
has not effected its cowHete ruf.
The Mir (Ifonre Rule), wnwtftentrBjg
on Mr. Parnell's manifesto, rtolftfBt R
to be the tender s final act of stitebm
Conttnulng. tbe .trsa s that Ita irtaiht
nanl power ami nnscr'nptilowaiBi'i, tfte
deadly misrhlevousneas of ita wifpris,
and the frigid calm on Its style lanat
with terrible force ihe spectacle of M
death as a great public man. There Is
itch r f huh us levity In the documeel
where Mr. Parnell tripes his fsen
across a treaty which guaranteed pence
tn Kngland and Home Utile to frelftifri.
Happily, adds the Star, Mr. Parnell is
but an Isolated factor of the Irish party.
That party has Ita Dillons, lu O 'Brief.
Ita Healya. as well as Its Parnell
The .v .fume nnttttr says that Par
nell has "lllown the Gaff.' that the
bubble of Gladstonlan 1 lome Hule ltas
burst, ami that the bubble stands re
vealed as a humbug ami a sham.
The IWl Mall Omtttt declares ihe
manifesto to be as unset upttlous adocn
mebl as a politician ever penned. It
hits below the bill, but the blow costtet
from a man fighting for political ex
The f'rttmnn' Journal declares that
the manifesto falls as a bombshell In
the midst alike of ipiamlam and ap
parent allies otlbe Irish Nationalist
Mers. ."exton ami Healy are taking
a phbtfiie of the Irish Parliamentary
delegation with a view of organising a
movement favorable to an alliance with
Mr. Gladstone and his followers.
In an interview with Sir. Henry
Lalwiuchere. mcml-er of Parliament
ami editor of the 7M, this morning,
that gentlemen said to the Iomlon rep
resentative of tbe United Press
"It Is charitable to suppose Mr. Par
nell lo l mad. It certainly Is Impos
sible to suppose that a sane man with
any sense of honor or patriotism wmild
Issue a manifesto so dishonoring to him
self anil so Injurious to his country ami
Inspecting the Irish Land Pitrchlist'
bill. Mr. l.alxMirbere said
"I am convinced that not twenty
Libeial members of the House of Com
mons will favor any settlement ot the
question which Involves an Imperial
Mr. Labouchere In commenting on
Mr. Parmll's satirical reference to his
full me to Interpose a direct negative In
the first reading or the Irish Land Pur
chase hill In Ihe House of Commons oh
Thursday, said: "Division was had mi
the first reading of the bill In order lo
test the British opinion that Mr. l'.ir
tielltmtsibe crushed as a leader ia
Ciikaoo, Nov. 20. T. P. O'Connor,
M. P., lu a letter to the InUr Ocexu w
the existing crisis In Irish affairs, say:
"PatBill, as long as the Irish people
stand by htm. Is the dictator of both the
L'nglish parties. Salisbury can afford
to sacrifice the Haitlngtons, Chamber
lains, ithor fiiiut, to secure Par
nell and his followers, and this be will
do and Parnell knows It. It Is m cer
tain as to morrow's sun will rise that
the Kngltsh Tories to retain power
will outrival Gladstone for the settle
ment of tbe Irish question. Keputl
ation of Parnell would he disastrous to
the hopes of Ireland. No other mm
of Ihe Irish parly concentrates within
himself the capacity for leadership.
Able and eloquent men there arj anottg
them no doubt, but for statesmanship
and the capability to unite 'a heap of
uncemenliiig sand,' Parnell Is ami has
leu matchless. Ignore biin and the
invincible parliamentary phalanx would
smash up into warring and poweri
iquads that could only annoy the enemy
by disorganized and tiesultory action.
"Parnell, better than any flvlog wtu.
can gauge tbe present situttloB. Ills
I riland , not sel f, that dictates the course
he Is pursuing. His country will stfiml
unrtlnchlBgly by him. unaffected by
Ihe tbieeta or solicitations of Mr. Glmt
stone. His party will not desert blot In
tbe hour of his agony. Irelaad etia
neither be wheedled or bullied lato a
cowardly surrender of ainlefthat has
rendered It more graterul and substan
tia! service than any man It has pen
duced since the Irish crown was first
worn by an Unglitb sovereign, tin
tbe ultimatum of the exiles of Irelaad
depend ibe life or death of Charles
Stewart Parnell and ibe speedy accost
plUhmeat or indefinite prm-rastlaatiM
uf Howe Hule. The people who sist
tUil Gladstone's lyrraey In the past will
despise his dictation in the preset.
Parnell will live aad lead. '
Assessn nuiiin mm
KteetHHseiifH That l.lnr J.ss Hs
The report of Matthew Trimble, A
sesatir of the District, for the il
ear eadiag June :u, ftW. has besw
kutiuitted to the C'oaatBtsslaassrw.
The report show that thetoulst
ceipts for lUeasea fur lBta) agret4
tl3S,7eA U, a decrease from the bbvsbbH
received from llceases ia 14 af
There were uutil during the pajt
yisr 3.-ituliciases, of whte U4 swtw
Issued for bat roosju and for whAtsv
sate iiuuor Itegassei, Mr. Trisnbie asts
tfeets ihat isjateast of llasiUag the svsav
ber of saloons the tUcase fe shnithi
be t'laced at VV8 ' aua.
lie dgvolBB tttsiderafele tmmmlim te
the desltBbiitty of eiejssMtia ' strsHatl
bouses, so that it will be uaees-s
oa pubiic osx-vstoa for a t t' t
puhjis- loaitort i. be org-. it
suggest graded iksiut- r
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