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CAPITAL COMING FOllTH.
?IXTEEN MILLIONS FOR INVESTMENT
IN MARYLAND ALONE.
M-aai BirTBJtPBIBBfl 08 i:\r.KY B1DB BTAR'
N.G l-p_TliK .-WKI.I, <?K PR08PBRITV
IN THE WAKE OE M'KI.V
ltimore. Nov. .\-Alexander Brown. head of
? banklng houaa of Ah-xander Brown & BOBB,
thl a few daya ago, was credtted arlth havlng
ii'that boI ???? th;1" WWHMHO was atmply
itma ilcKlnley'a election for its Inveatmeni
walin";,s.'rlai enterprtsea ln Maryland. aald to
d*-Son,e titue ago 1 atated that 116,000.000 was
,,v for Investment ln this State ln the BVenl
T\rKinl y'a election. Whlle I cannot glve the
f laiis regardlng tha tranaBcUona Involvlng this
ev I can aay that it la avallable. and that
I^jjj ba ImmedlBtely Investad In pulp mllla.
11 mOii varloua other manufactoriaa, an.l ln
UoromoUon and development of the indus
aanl Interesta of Baltlmora and tbe state. and
l'. thouaanda of men wlll ba beneflted then by.
rMaftBl has th- oonndence. and its Influence
ward the return of geaeral pcoapertty will
?oon be felt.
Mr Brown aald that threa waeki ago a Baiti
Zl'oaplUllsl sent 150.000 to LondoaV To-day
The money eame back to be invosted ln aacurt
^SafOf RobBrt C. Pavidson, presldent of
tbe Baltimore Trust and Guarantce Cnmnarty
lava that Dumbera of taYeartmenta held back
Lwaltlng the r.sult of the election wlll BOW ba
2a. The mon.y wlll neaurly all ba put Into
fx Senator Camden, of Weat Vlrglnia. had a
eonference bere to-day wlth b-adlng liultlm ?
Sitaiiata looklBg to tha erectlon of a karga
lant in his state for furnlahlng anppttaa for
P 1 mllls The deal was madc aome time ago
Xmrent BBOB the election at llcKlnley. The
l?nv wL.h wlll be formed ImmedlBtely,
wiuCiid about $1,000,000 on tha plant. Mr.
SadaTmri othar large Inveatmenta ... manu
SSSSaTndustrics which have been pending
willI nowW made and work gluen to thousands
^ontmeanian John K. Cow. n, r-c.-lver of the
BaWmorTar.d Oblo Ballroad. aaya the effect of
SafkaBBaVmoney victory wUI be aeen at pnee.
H. had re. .ived communlcatlona from large
Ender* atating that autna which were caUed be
JnSa election need not r.ow be pald. Bualneaa
tegM? Sir a-uust Itaalf to Bondltlona of aound
?^Bpaoaraarahlp of the South Baltimore Car
works baa been termtnatcd, tho property re
conveyed to the company. and the r.sult of tha
election havlng Inaplred confldence, tha greal
works are now runnlng on full tinie.
Hagerstown, Md.. Nov. fc-Tba B, & A. RJlIt
tmg mills of Hagerstown started up yest-rday
with a full foree of hands. A large number of
orders were in hand awaiting the result of the
election. They were given condltloned 00 Mc
Kinley's election. R. S. Cnawford, prealdent of
the Crawford Blcycle Works. expects to soon
put to work a large foree of hands. Before the
election he recelved an order for 8200,000 wortb
of bicycles from a Boston flrm, but in the ev.-nt
of Bryan's election the order was to be can
celled. As McKinley is elected the order Btanda
good and the community is rejolclng that this
large industrv wlll soon be again in operatlon.
The worka amploy at times nearty *J,"><*? men.
New-Haven, Conn., Nov. .'.?The hardware
manufactory of the Sargents ln thla clty has
atart.d up on full time and wlth a full foree.
The factory. which employs about 2JKJ0 hands.
Is the largest in the clty, if not in the State. It
was established by Joseph B. Sargent. candklata
fof Qovarnor on the Demoeratle tlcket, at Tues
day's election and he has contlnued as Ita lead
lng spirit. Tlie actlon of the Bargenta In start
Ing up their factory is attributed to confldence
ln retumin? proeperlty. The factory has been
tunning threo or four days a waeh for several
Providence. R. I., Nov. "?.?The Jewelry busi
nesa here has felt the Immedlate r.-sults of Mc
Kinley's electi m. S.veral ahopa this mormng
posted up notteea of a full-tin.e achedule.
Ralelgh. X. C. Nov r..?The North Carollna
Steel and Imn Company's furnace at 'Ireens
boro has to-day i>e..n put in blaal for tha flrfj
time. Ore for its nae comea from nearby mlnea
Chicago, N v. ."..?J. w. Gatee, prealdent of
the Illinois Steel Company. said yeaterday: "In
consequence of the victory of sound money we
etarted up our Joliet worka last nicht, which
gives employmenl to 2,800 men, and I thlnk
that withln a few weeke, probably early ln I>?
cember, we wlll start up the South Chlcag i
worka We also have plans under conalderatlon
for extendir.g our plant in Mllwaukee, bul noth
lng ftaonltely la aettled "
Ipswich, afaaa., Nov. B.?-It waaaanounoed this
morning that in addltlOB tB the starting-up of
the Ipswich WooHen afllU on full time afonday
next, the main mills of th" Ipswich Corporatlon,
where the produel is cotton hoelery, wlll alao
start on full time the p.rst of thi week. V7here
the woolb-n mills employ about 1.10 people, tbe
cotton mills usually employ some ^,M|.
Dowaglac, hflch., Nov. ?">.- As a reaull of the
election the Dowaglac Manufacturlng Compa
ny's drtii w.rks wiii start nj> Monday mornlns
They employ 150 men.
Huntington. W. Va.. Nov. .". All th? lnmher
mllla of the Knsign Car Works, at t!,-- mottth Of
the Guyan, resumed this morning. Tl.ey have
been idle for minv montha, The large ear
ahopa of the Knsign Company will resume worh
Andersun, Ind., Nov. .".-The Arcade Plle Com
pany's plaal haa ba< n Idle for aome tlme, but
the company to-day announced thal H nn i 11 re
eume fuii operatlona next Uonday. The Na
tlor.al Ttn-plate Companj aaya thal it had or
ders conditi'inal on the electlon aufflclent to
keep lt buay many monttra
The Aaderaon Iron and Bolt Company put all
Ita men to work to-day. The manager la John
R- Brunt, wbora Charlea L. Henry Republlcan,
defeated for Cnnpress.
The American Wlre N'aii Company, the larg
est In the trust, wlll sta.t Ita mlll r.exl week.
The Columhia Encauatlc Tih- Company re
ports that ita forcea wlll be Increaaed.
The wlndow and plate glaaa factorlea are r-re
parlng to start. Reporta from other gas belt
cltles are the same.
GKTTING IIATK THK LOflJT JOR
BIONS Of BaTTCBJnXG I'ROBPERITT IN AND AltOVT
Easton, Penn., Nov. I (SpeciaD-Th" effect of
McKlnle>'s election and the return of confldenee
la akaady >?.??:, here. to-day orders were laaued
/or the Lehlgh Valley RaUroad shops. amploylng
MO hands, to work nlne houra a day. They have
been worklng alght hour* The Lehlgb ?'otti.n
Mllla, ln South Baaton, employing several hundrcd
haoda. whlch have been Idla for months. wlll st.irt
UP lmmediateiy. Chlpeaan'a boalary worka, etn
Plpying iori hands. wlll run full tlme until aprtng,
iilllng orders plaero ln the early fall contlngeni
onM.-Kinley's electlon. The Naaareth Knittbig
Mills wlll run full all day and a few hours at
nlght rushlr.g out ordera worth QO.OOU whlch wen
placed several weeka ago, but were dependenl
upon the Buoceaa of the Republlcan tlcket. T.,>
pet & Wood, the boller manufacturera of Phllllps
hurg, N. j ),ave <,r'?er? whlch wlll t;.kc illl Jan
uary. all bein*; ooattngeal on th.- electlon.
nON AND BTKKL PRJCB8 ADVANCB.
Pttiaburg, Nov. 5.?"The American htanufact
?rer," in R*feditlon to-morrow, wlll say concern
Ing Ihe lron nnd steel oullook:
Tha rasult of the electlon thls week has glven
renewed conflden< :e to the iron and ateel trade, bul
lt la too soon to noto any change ln the market.
Our reporta trom Phlladelphla and New-York
OilOW !hat while ihe u.arkit was feverlsh lher<
J/UUOPEAXS AXD TKAVKLI.EKS wlll flnd
'??? L/mdn offlc* of Tha Trlbun*. 7T. Pl??t Str?t. R C.
a (onvtntent ptaca to leava thelr advertlsements and ?nb
? :'tlnci? for Tha Trlbun*.
Rotel de Lille et d'Albion
223, Rue Rt. Honore, Parla.
B^twten the Tullerl j Gardens. Place Vcndome
and New Opera. Advantageoua arrangementa for
famillea. Beautlful Hcll. Large Drawlng Itooms,
Electrlc Llgbt, Aa Telegrams, "LMlalbion,"
a*arlg, HENRY ABADIE.
was llttle huslncsB transacted. The West shows
up better. Chlcago reporta qulte an actlve week,
pnrtlcularly in plg Iron where huyers were
ohliKed to pay hlgher prlcea for future dellverles.
At Cinclnnatl there w.is .1 filr trade In plg iron.
In this tnarkel alao h'gher prieea ware paM for
dellvery durlng fhe grat nuarter of 1^7. There
waa nothlng ne-.v to record In fldahed iron and
ateel. Weatern bul'.dera of cara are ln the m tr?
k< t for i>ai iron. Buyera ar.- offerlng currenl latoa
. -i aheeta for dellvery through the wlnter, but such
offers ? are uaually deollned. It ls generally
thon^ht tha* a h.-; ilenand for ptroc'uril ir.aterlal
wlll aoon aei ln, and an Improved markel all
nround is expected aoon,
-? ? -
M'KIXI.KY BTART8 A GRF.AT PLANT.
HE l.hiHTs THB PIHEfl IN THB PURHACT OP THB
NIAOARA IRON A\!> STKKI. WORKS.
North Tonawanda, N. V.. Nov I <Spe,-:an.-The
blg demonatratlon here to-day asceeded ln magnl
tude the expectatlona of thoaa who planned it. At
-::?"> o'c'ock ibla afternoon ahout tbree thouaand
people gatbered al tha Hotel Bheldon, A procee
aton was formed wlth the village prealdent, I.ev.irt
K. V.mil, rvo i-t. al it* heril. The 2.">th Separate
Company Band eame next. and then followed the
bualneaa and laborlng men of the Tonawandaa,
Wben the proceaalon atarted toward tiie faetory
dlatrlct al Ironton, the band played "The McKln?
ley Two-etep." When the Nlagara iron and Btoel
Worka waa reacbed, the citlzens marched Into the
blaatbouaa of Purnace it. where the iires were to
be llghted by Kajor McKlnley. s.\its hmi been re
aerved for tbe women and Inrited gueata from
Buffalo, Rocheater and New-Tork. At 3:^ o'ciock
Preddenl Wllllam A. Rogera mounted a ptatform
and announced that tbe next Prealdent of the
I'nited Htatrs would now preaa the button. A few
aeconda after he had flnlabed apeaklng a Baab and
puff of amoae appeared. A greal cheer went up
from BwOOO throat*. there havlng been I.000 people
at tho furnaca before tbe proceaalon arrlved, Pred?
denl Rogera then read a meaaage whlch waa Im
mediately telegraphed to Major McKlnley. The
band played "Amerlca" and greal chaera went up
from t;.. 1 rowd.
At this nioment one of the ino*t algnlflcant 00;
currencea of the day was wltneaaed. A bcautlful
ralnbow appeared on th- Eaatern horiaon. Every
whlstle flta ilarm and church bell withln a r.uilus
of llve miles began to celebrate the joyful occa
sion. All tiu bualneaa houaea In the two citles aua
pended bualcma In nonor of tha occaakm.
CONTRACTOR8 NO LONGER TIMID.
AS A HKSfl.T OT THg EUCTION, THKY Artro
RRADT TO BID ON OOVERNMBStT WORK.
Waahlngton, Nov. I (8pecJalK~Aa ? result of
MAJor McKlnley'a electlon, Oovernment arBdala are
to take ImmedUte atepa looktng to tbe awardlng of
contracta, whlch hare been beld back pendlng a
m lUement by the rotera of the eountry of tho quee
Uon of honed or dlahoneal money, Contracta ng
gregaung over fd.000.08Q, whlch can be made under
a.ts of Congreaa, ar*' now to be awarded. Thls
money has been .ivallahle for puhllc works of dlf
ferent kinds afnce July L Ordlnarlry, proposais
from biibiers wouM hare been aought thiee montha
ago. ltit tbe eondltlona thls year have be.-n p?
unllke tboae of precadlng yeara tbnt a delay was
deemed addaable by the offtdala Thls delay was
granted at tbJ urgent requeat of flrms and indl
vhiuals who have uaually bM on the work to be
done. Early ln Auguat theae men rapreaented to
the officiais that, wltb free aUrer threatenlng thdr
interests. they prwferred not to enler Into contracts
wlth tbe Qovt rnmi nt If there was to be freo eoin
age, they could not afford to aecept U centa for iuo
eenta' worth of matertal and labor. They aald posi
tiveiy they w.mid not undertake a contract wlth
the eondltlona aa they were. They urged the ottl
ciala to poatpone adverttoing for blda untu after
the electlon, and ln aupport of thla sald that the
result would i?' advantageoua to the Oovernment.
Some of tbe man who made this reconunendatloa
were former eontiactora, who had gtren the fulleet
aatlafactlon In carrying out eariler agreemento,
T ??? offii lala \\ re dealroua of hadng theae men bld
for tbe new work. It was a caae <-f gettlng trled
. i .1 f iithful contractora by ooneedlng a polnt, or of
not havlng the wrae men compete If blda were
aaked at the usu.il tlme. As a aenalble buainess
.. poaltlon lt waa declded to poatpone advertlelng
untll after Klectlon Day, the hope belng that Mc?
Klnley would wln, and thal the eaperlenced con?
tractora would bld on ihe w..rk to be done. M Kln
!. , did wln, and now the offlclala wlll adrertlae for
proposais to eaceuu work for whlch, aa aald. Con
gr< ? ibi provld d over H,.lOO.
Bome of Ihe contracta to be made relate to tho
lighthouae aenrlce, othera to Ihe engtneera' depart
m.nt of the An-;. and a few wlll ba under Poat
master-General wllson. An offlclal aald to-day
thal owlng lo the feeling of uncertalnty In bualneaa
-inles it. July, when ll araa al llrat propoaed to aak
for blda In nla Department, it would have been
Impractlcable to get low blda from reeponaibl.n
tractora M< n who did work of the kind he wanted
?the labor was to be on llghth luaea and iightshlp*
were tlmi.i about blddlng. They feared the edop
tlon of fre. roli age. A d< la) waa aought by them,
and belledng lhal tbe grantlng of thls requcal
would be a benefli to th< <; ivernment. advertlee
,.,.: ?. w ?!?? held ba k. The otiicia! eatlmated thal
ihe Oovernmenl would gel low r rat.s and from
the b. st contractora aa a reaull of auch poatpone
ment Had blda bee.i called for ttire,- montha gi .
none of the experleneed men who*,- record for t, ?>'l
work la ol tha hlgheal would hare oompeted.
BTARTINO II' IN BIRMINOHAM.
THB .-ni-Tlir.KN IBON IBDVBTBT AUtBAOT PBXIA
Tiir EmBCT OP M KlM.r.vs EUDCTION
Blrmlngham, Ata., Nov. j (Bpedal).?Tbe r.irm
Ingham It^-lbng Mlll, whlch employa I.0M men. re
aumed operatlona laat nlght, und the <Jate Clty
Rolllng Mlll win put 100 men to work next Monday.
The Howard Harrlaon iron Company, al Beeeemer,
wlll pul on it> full force of tn.-n maklng Iron plpe
in the nexl week ihe Teaneaaee and Bloaa eom
panlea, ihe largeat coal and iron producera ln the
Bouth, repoii tbe ir?>n market much atlffer atnca
tha .?;. tlon of McKlnley, wlth an advanclng ten
dency and an Increaaa of mgulriea from Nortbern
and Baatern conaumera. They predlct substanti.il
rlae ln prlcea In the near future. lt la aNo un
deral.I thal arrangementa for new enterpriaea
i? the Blrmlngban dlatrlct, wlth Nortbern and
1; lern capltal, whlch were auapendad durlng the
allver agltatlon, have I.n resumed.
BOUTRERN INDU8TRIE8 BAVED.
TJlg kim.IN'I OP THB sii.vkh CRAZg MEANfl
MI <U 'ln THAT BBCTION.
Baltlmora, Nov. '.. "Tbe Manufacturera* Record''
of this we. k publtahea ipeclal t< li nmms from a
targe number ol leadtng flnanrlal and bualneaa peo?
ple Iti ti"- North and Bouth aa to Ihe proapecta f<>r
dvancement In the Bouth now that the
electlon li over.
Btuyv< an) Plah, preddent of the Illlnda Cantral
The campalgn la over, and tha ddory won by nn
overwhelmlng majorltv, and, beal of all, through
the votea of aeveral of Ihe Bouthern Btatea. ' om
pared wlth other parta "f the L'nlon, the Bouth ls
as yel an unploughetl fleld. Bure, aa wi now are, Of
i . ' .,.,,,. ? Jollar In paymeni foi honeal labor.
m< ntal or manual, we can safdy put new rigor and
n<-w rapltal Into the work ol cementln* cloaer ln
duatrlal relatlona wltb, and ol devdoplng the un
Hmlted natural reauurcea of, that favorej aectlon
nl OUT lODIIDOII eountry.
Abram B. Hewltt, of Mew-Tork, aaya:
Th<- result Inaplrea and reatorea conndence. whlch
l, the baria of enterprlae and proaperity. We are
now in a poaltlon to establlsh a aound Bnancuu aya
t. m and If Ihe preaenl Congreea wlll devote Itaelf
i,, ita plaln duty by authorialng the cancellatwn ol
the areenbacka aa they an red?emed, make a mod
Ifl-atlon ot ihe tariff auflldenl to ralae revenue
enough io cover tlu curreni expenaea of the Goy
pmmeni ar.d shall exerdee proper economy ln the
aporoprlationa. tbe eountry wlll enler upon a career
of unexampled progreaa and proaperity. ln whlch
the Bouthern Btatea wlll not only share, out waa,
B. A Bmytbe, Pdaer, B. C, preddenl of the lar
geat eotton mlll in tbe Bouth, says:
Hanoal money and protectlon for America.! labor
and American Induatrlea wlll brtng proaperity to
,. Eountry. and In thla proaperity "beBouthern
MateH wlll more than equally ahare. Tbe Bouth
I/:,;,.." toloae mOre t y free allver than any other
C k. Ollvar, of Columbta, B. C, who repreaenta
about f4.060.000 of New-England money Inveated m
OOtton mlll and water pawera at Cdumbta, says:
Wlth i >und .ney noy ... ured, ibere wIlMbe
largeand Inrrenelng bualnei . wlth great proaper?
ity Uiroughoui the Bouth and eountry al karge.
H. B. Chadwlck, ootton manufarturer and agent
for * Ncw-Kngland ootton-mlll machlnery peopte,
Tbe electlon of McKlnley la bright wlth promlaa
for ihe ruture ?>? Bouthern Induatrlal develonment.
ii meana mllllona for the bualne - and manufactur
Ing Intereel of averj Bouthern state
l). A. Tompklna, Charlotte, N. C, prealdent of
sev ral catton mllla und maaufacturer of eotton
mlll machlnery. tel"gruphs:
The acttlemenl of tbe Prealdentld queetton wlll
undoubtedly conduce to Improve business, but lt
wlll be better Mlll if tho preaenl Congreea and Mr
, j. t ? ,. .1 v i i gree us a saf. and Bextble banklng
ayatcm In pla ? of the preaenl ayateaa, thajrormer
? v s of whlch are almost all gone. The r?
','? ,i if the tax on Btate banka, wlth proper eafo
would proparly had to qulckad and best
Arthur H. Lowe, prealdent of tbe Mow-Bngland
Cotton Manufactureru' Aaaoolatkwv repraaonttng
1300,000,000 capltd Invested In OOtton manufucturlng
lt. New-Kngl.uid, says:
The reault of Tueaday*a eaedloa ka an ampbatle
declnratton of a greal majorttv of the people that
the fundamental princlplea of buetneag and govern
?'.,.< hall be malntalned ln thls eountry. When
he ortnclplea Involved ln Ibla great rtctory shall
have been put Into admtnlatratton tbe whole eoun?
try wlil". ln my judgment enter upon an e.a 0?
neai uroaperity Tbe noWe part taken by the
budi.oaa men of tbe Bouth for the rlght n thla con
t,-?- wlll be of Inestlmablc value toward the devel?
onment and prospcrlty of that sectlon. The cot on
oroduclrg and maiiufacturing industry. uroduclng
one of tne greal ataple neeeerittea of the people, wlll
be among the Brat to be bciii-nied.
BUSINESS POURING IN.
DRYOOODS MERCHANTS BTJB1 THAT THE
BAD TIMES ARE ON THE WAWE.
MILLfl AND PACTOBlgg MAY HAVE TO WORK j
OVERTTMK TO F1I.I. ORLEHS rONTlNGKN'T ON
M'KINI.EY'S EEEiTlON?NOT A fit'DDEN
BOOM, BOT A OP.ADEAI. nE
vivat. in .TRADK
The feeltng which aeverBl r?romlncnt *rholesale dry
gools merchants evpre<u>ed ln Th - Trlbuae yeaiarday
that the e'.ectlon of McKinley WOUld t.rt.ig in its wake
a eomplete revtval i f bustaess aetlvlty was amply
conflrmed yesterday by tha large bajrlBS ordera that
were ptaeed in tha drygoc la market. Teaterday tha
merchaate were more pronouaced ln their axpn ael sm
of gratlflcatlon and aatlafactioB al the nsult of the
fleckin than r>n the prevloua day, and the opinian
araa gaBaral among some twenty or rrnre dryftoods
men who were seen by a Trlbone reporter that
thorough confldence would he re-estahllshed ln tha
large buMnes* centres Immedlately. Many of them
declared that ln order to execute the orders that
would pour In for the next twoor three we'ks It WOUld
be necessary for mills and factortea, which have
hlthe.rto been standlng ld>. to work up to their fuUcst
eapacity day and night for a long time 10 corne. The
unanimotis OpInlOB was, however, that no'hlng In the
Bbape of a fu.id.-n i>.-.r,m would ba felt, but the tide of
proaperlty would return graduany untn boaaosaa was
agaln at tta i?est.
Joahua A. Tweedy, of the flrm of I,ee. Tweely *
Co.. sa'.d yesterday that from hls own experlence and
from reparta that had come to hlm :he effprts of Mc
Klnlcy's election In the dtraottofl of Incraaaed orders
wera already f^-it. "Th;s election of McKhuay to the
l'resldency," he contlnued, "CBBnot he overe.ulmated
in the benaflta lt will i.ring to bustnaaa generaily
througho.it the country. There Is only one drawhaeh
to the satkntaetlofl I peraonaRy feei, and that is the
fact that thero la no great change In the oi.t.oslng
pariles !n the Senate. whleh may, to some extent,
hlock good iegtslatlOD. Jones and Ml.ickhiirn, tOO,
seem to l?e dolng thelr best to create dlsscnslons, hut
for all that there !k a dl.tln.'t and empiiatle renewal
of eaafldenoa and aetlvlty in thix distri.-t. and deaptta
the fact that the weather Is so had we have had to
day more buyera here than for a long tlnx- past. The
Baova toward a revlval thal ael in Immedlately after
the result of the election was kaoara Is giowlag, and
tha next few months wlll see a wondroua chango all
J. ii. Bweetser, of Sw.-etser, Pembrook A Cn.
BBtdi "We thlnk that such an ov.rwhelmlng ma?
jorlty for McKinley wlll have a t.nd.n.y to r.store
oonfldenoa at onee, and, Inasmucta as the buyera
from t!.,- W.rt and South ma.le th.ir PUrchBBBS ln
a very aparing manner, are thlnk lhal many wlthta
tlie next few weeka will visit the market and boy
more bugely than naual al thls time of year; and
>\.- are looklng for many renewal ..r.i.rs from this
V. S. Pinkus, who is promlnent ln the llnen Im
portlng Irada, nlthough not ln favor of a greaUy
blgher protecttve tarirr than is now In foree, is
greatly elated that the people have laken a tlrm
Btand ngalnst any change ln the curr.ti.y. "In a
few asontha al tha most." he sald yesterday, "tha
clouda thal have hung over bustneaa Intereata f.?r
so long wlll have cornplctely rolled away. The re
turning confldence of the manufacturera an.l bust
neha people la best exempllfled in the large numbi ra
of orders thal have already been ptaeed, bul the
full for.-e ?f tha election wHI probably not aaaha
itseif felt for another month <t two, when buylng
for tha sprtng tru.ie wlll begln. An Amerlcan, if
hls confldence is not ahaken, wlll sp. nd money,
and it la not hard to propheay thal In ? ahort time
the Natlonal coosumptlon will Increase two nnd
three-fold above the prevalllng rate The yobbers
have heen Ihe flrel t<. f.-.-: tt.- revlval, bul Ihe im
l?>rters and commlaslon agents wlll get Ihetr turn
i,< fore the end <>f the >? >r
Alfred Ray of tl.tton gooda m.inufa. turtrg
tlrm of Lawrence tk Co., sald there wera many
hopeful algna of Ihe llmea II- thought Ihe Influi
.if goid lhal a is golng Into the Bub-Tn
polnied to eomplete renewal of confldence In th*
commerclal eentrea of lha rountry "What w.>
need al-..." Mr it.iv aald, 'la a tarlff aultl lently
hlgh lo pay our expenaes, whl h l- - methlng we
have nol had I >r four yi ira We don'l a tnl any
more gold-bond Issues, and if we can >?-? aesured
thut our tarifr will mwi n'ir expendlture, better
tin.es are ?? rl dn My own oplnlon i* tt.at ihe n?xt
f.,ur yeara are golng lo be lha moal proaperoua lhal
the country haa ever aeen."
winiam Crelghton, Ihe aenlor partner In Ihe flrm
of Crelghton .* Burch, aald: "Every Indlcatlon of
tha laai two daya polnta lo a reaumptloo of pro
p. rous tlmea. Almoet every ..rd. r ptaeed wltn me
laturly haa been marked with lha werda 'Subl^ei
lo the election "f Wllllam McKinley.' How lhal
there 1- no longer any tt tr of au u nrd.t* h.-ing
caneelled tha aourcea ef productlon wlll have lo
work thelr hardest to me.t ihe demand. That wi.i
mean lhal bad tiu.eB w., rx i nly .. memory. w it h
K Republl n Prealdent and a aottled eurreney the
turn f..r ihe better h..s come, aad. wlth .ifldei a
generaily reaton I, lha wheela of commerce wlll
run amoothly and the Hatkm'a proaper'.ty wlll re?
turn to its. proper level "
OOLD POURINQ INTO SCn-TREAPTRIKS.
TMB fytTlcn ivai.LK TO POTUnBBI BUBPICiaUTf
UBOAk-TKHPRRB OR BTORAOB CAPACTTT.
Waahtngion, Nov I Mora gold la pourtng into
several of lha Bub-Treaaurlea ttian t?.- ofheeshava
storage eapacity for or bgal-ten.br eurreney to
glve ln sachanga, Thls Is notahly the caas ln Boa
ton. This gold ha- aeen broughl oul of aafa de
poell vaulla by Ihe ownera, who have been |
storage charges upon it. Baltimore and New-Tork
Blao h.d large depoalta of gold Nothlng had been
heard from West-rn polnta
ln resped t.. goM depoalta the Treaaury aeni
out t);i? letter to day t<> the nloe Assi-tant Trra^
Treaaun Department, Offlce of the Treaaurer.
Waahlngton, D C. November a, lam
To Ah-li-innt Tr.ii~ur.-r Pnlted Btatee:
I sir Referring lo ll.e Inatruetlona rommunl i
to vou by my letter of November U, IBw nuthoru
Ing v.ci to n--elve K'.id cdn In axchange for paper
currency I har< lo aa) thal Ihe pepartmenl de
Hires to be Informed In advance of any large Irans
actlons, In ordei that atepa may be taken lo ae.
commodate the depoaliora ll Ihe atoch of notea and
i Hv.-r c. rllfleatca avallahle ln Ihe caah <?? hla om, .
wlll admll "t the exchitngi belng made.
The pnymenl of expreea chargea b) tha 'JAyern
menl on remlttancea ol gold to Ihe offlcea ol ihe
Tr< isury nnd on Ihe currency returned tnerefor
wlll be dlaeonllnued Oold coln belpa lh< leaal
currenl welghl wlll be recdved, as herelofore ln
exchange for paper currencj under tha regula
, ,,,,,.< ,,,,w ln for. ?? H. :? i.. ? t f'.i. I v youi .
I.. N. MOROAN. 'if .'iner rnlted Btatea.
OOLD COMINO OUT OF HIDINO.
A 0ONSIDBBARL8 AMOL'MT PA1D POB TAXBB IN
Waahlngton, Nov I (Bpectal) Nowhere ln Waah?
lngton were tbe good effecta of the recenl electlon
better llluatratad Iban al the Comralaaioner'a >?f
Bce, where Tax Collector DaVla recdved tbe taxea
for'the iirst balf of tbe new tax year Rot only
were tbe collectlona large, bul a eonalderahla
arin.unt of gdd was paid in. tbe Brat for montha.
Th.- flrd one to hrlng f'-rth the ablnlng nietal waa
an old man who owna a llttle property. He la nol
,-i "pluto< rat" In any amao of the t.-rm. He owns
hls home, and Is n plastf-n- hy trad-. When the
allver agitatkM bagaa be looked about hlm wiih the
sarne care thal enaMed hlm to buy hts llttle home.
and Bucceeded iti cdlectlng aoeaa gold coln. Thls
ha earefully lald aaMe. "If allirer ls to be edned In
unllmlted amounta at a ratlo of M to 1." he
thought, -then thla goM wlll ba worth mora than
its face viiii--" when he approaebed th.- wlndow
and lald down tbe goM ooln ba gava tbe eaahler a
slv wlnk and sald:
??w.ii, you caa have it, now that McKlnley bi |
elected. Odd la only worth n- face ralue."
Bhortly afterward a woman atenped to tbe wln- |
dow and aeked If Bold arould ba accepted In the i
pnymenl of taxea. Tbe eaahler aim..?t falnted. I
The electlon was aln-ady b arlng Its frults. Oold
was no kmger a coward ll was bacomlng bold.
Ha did not delgn a repay. He almply too* lt In and
mada a bungle af i ountmg It. He expJalned thal be
WM not naed 10 eountlng BOid. After the woman
had recdved her recdpt tbe eaahler pul In a few
moments eountlng gold. He aoon had tha duTerenl
edna rlnglng In the palm af his ba.,d wi.hjjtght
nlng Bpeed. .md knew the feellng of everj one A
aiiverrnan la the room tdd hlm ll was al noa
ienM lo go io ao much trouble; no mora gold was
;.,,?;/;,. ;i:,i tha llttle hehad recelved was all
,,i,i,i I, for ahow. Bui hla reckonlng waa fatoe. Aa
the day advaneed, the yellow cdn rame pourtng to,
and the offlce eaUbltehed a newn.rd ln goht
Anvbo.lv who wanted change In gold could have II
for thVaaklng ll was worth only M centaon tbe
loih.r, the aime as a atlver or a paper dolar.A
r.-i.orter BtO.-I B real estale man as h. left th'
whnlow of the Dlatrtcl eaahler after ba bad paM
naa taxea In gold. and sald to hlrn:
"iJooHi hire, "whal <b? rou mean by paylng your
ta-iiave*?lvou raad the aafaaar ha tonooenUy re
i.lled "Why, my dear friead. McKlnley ls elected.
A gold dollar Is not worth any nr.re than any other
dollar and. to tell you the truih, I doo't llke o
cam-the heavy duff about wlth me. am only
f large eoterie pf men here to Waablngton
who have been boldlng on to all tbe gold11 couM
lav my hands on for two years. If Bryan bad been
elected I counted oa gotttng two doliara for every
one of the gold dollara I had. Ilut. by the grace of
Ood and the integrlty of Ihe American people he
was not elected. A gold dollar new has no Joys for
me As I have already aald. lt almply repreaenta
A R USH TO THE SA VIKGB BAXKS
MONEY WITHDRAWN BEFORE ELECTION
BE1NC, RETURNED NOW.
DEPOSITS PHENOMENAIXY INCREASED?MOST OF
the DBPOSROM HOAKMtD ooi.n?MRSX>
TOP.S AND CnTPICBBB ENTHESIASTIC.
The aavlnga Institutlons of thls clty have been
among the first to feel the favorable reaction fol?
lowlng the victory of sound money last Tueaday.
Teaterday and tha day t>efore there was an unprec
rdented rush of I.ig and little deposltors. who kept
teUera, bookkaepen and cierks on the )ump and
broughl broad arallea of aatJafacthm and cootent
inetit tO tho facea Of the afnCera of all the leadlng
BBVtnga banka ln town.
Day after day and week after week all through
the campabrn just brought to a cloee, tha books of
thaae Institutlons have shown th- halance always
in faVOT of withdrawals over d.-posits. the amount
Bometlmea running up to the tens of thouaanda
daiiy. Paraona who were afraM of Bryaa'a election:
persons who bOPed to BUUU B mug llttl- BtUfl when
gold went to a premlum; petaoua who thOUght the
country was golng to the doga, baee all been drnw
Ing upon the banka tB tha full extent of thelr de
pbette. When it beeame certata that lha repre
BenUttVea Of aeund money had been elected the as
,,ect of affatra ehanged entlrely. and there was a
ru<h to redepaatt the funda that had been prevt
At the Bast Riv.r BavtBga Instltutlon, No. 3
Chambera-at, one of the dlrectora told a Tribune
report.-r yesterday that th- tirst favorable change
In the long unsaUsfactory p-riod through which
th- batik had baea gOtng was notleod the morning
after election. Yesterday. he sald. more than
Ua.eoo in gold had been takan m, nnd this was tha
ilr<t gold to apeak of that the i.ank had recelved
from deposltors in a year. He added that drafts
h,d I.n greatly red.iced in number slnce election.
..ii of which potnted to a most weleome ehaaga in
pubUc s. ritiment.
At Ihe Bmlgrant Industrial Hnvlngs Bank, one of
the offlo rs sald that on Monduy the withdrawals
werefABM mor.- than the depostU. but on v7ednes
day the currenl turned and th.- depoalta exceeded
th.- wlthdrawala by the iams amount A note
worthv feature of th- depostts made on w.-dn.-s
dav was that th. y WafB lurg.-ly In gold. One 1,
poeltor who wtthdrew severel thousand dollara be?
fore election returned yesterday, hrlngtng only gold.
He had evldently Rgured thal by convertlng : hl;
money mto gold he wouid make a snug sum. As lt
turned out. hls losa In lnt< r-st wlll amount to 1120.
to sav nothlng of what it ...st hlm to get the gold
At th.- Cltlsens' Savlnga Bank, No. M Bowery,
ii,,. cashler aald that tbe bank had tak.-n ln more
g..ld alnce the election thar he had aeen In the last
three montha The bank- had i.n .i.ir.g prac
lleally nothlng for the la*t three montha, nnd he
had never aeen auch a wonderful reaction for the
better slnce he had been ln the banklng buslnesa
John B Townaend. prealdent of the Bowery Bank.
sald that they hud recelved al the bank aboul
Bono lt: gold each day alnce election, at the aame
time refualng large auma ln gold which had been
offered for depoait. for the reaaon thal the bank
dld not wanl gold deposits. Mr. Townaend sald
thal many new aecounta h.id l.n opened alnce
,.,,,;.,?. The day before the election there had
been a heavy with.irawal mada
an offlclal of one of the l.iding savlngs hanks
of ihe clty said that In the last few montha the
am iunt wlthdrawn from all tbe aavlng natltutlons
ln the city t.. be eonvt rted into gold would probably
amount to pjo.oou.onri.
\V >' Bturgla presldent of the Heamen s Ilank
for Savlngs sald: "Tha Indl 'Bttona, as shown bv
our depoalta to-day and yesterday, ar,- that those
among our deposltors who hoarded gold prlor to
tb- election are now agaln depoaltlng the auma
,h, wtthdrew fr-m clrculatlon. other aavlnga
bank offlcera t.-il of a ;lmllar experience. The faci
thal aold la b-iikv and cannol be k.pt wlth auch
aafety aa paper money wlll be or..- of the thlnga
which wlll operate loward promotlng its qulck oa
poali in banka."
BU8INE88 MEN REJOICE.
MEalBERS OF THE CHAMBKR OF COM
HERCE CELEBRATB THE ELECTION.
pptRBiDgarr orr sats the bucczbb op mki\
IMt MBAXfl MORB TO BTBRCHARTB THAR
ANT 0TH3R AafBlttCAR BX8CTIOH?
COMTINVBTJ PROORBSB OP THR
Many pvomlnenl Kew-Terkera attended the regu
la'r montbly aaeetlns of the Chamber of Commerce
?t nooa yesterday, In the rooma at No 32 Raaeau
?l . aad took p..rt in rej. kdnga over tha tlectloa of
McKinley nnd Hobarl In bonor of the occaafoa
<;. irga Wllsoa, Ihe aecretary of the Chamber, nnd
decorated tbe prealdenfa deah ?!'i. Amerlcaa ftags.
Ther* w.-r- eheera for Prealdent Alexander B <>rr
wh.n he took hla s. .t al th< desk, and ti.rre wera
more rheera for Oeneral Horaca Porter, who led the
parada of buslness men laai Baturday. Among tbe
men preaenl were Morrla K. Jesup, J Bdward Blm
I: ,-.?. john Haraen Rboedea, Joeeph C Hendrta, A
lt Hepburn, I> Wlllla Jamea, A Bwan Brown,
jamea McCreery, Ouatdt H. Sehwab, Bugena Q
Rlackford Joseph J Little, Heary Henta, W. II.
parker li M Touaoy. .1 T. Hllbi. |r., and a. V B.
ln an openlng a.idre** to Ihe fhnmb.-r. Mr I >rr
aald that, wblle ha Intended nothlng pdltlcal <>r
partlaan, be to..k occaalon to eongratulate the mem
i? r-, ..f theCh imb.r on the reaull of tbe PreddentUil
, impalgn 'To my mlnd." he aald, "the electlon d
Mr McKlnley lha honored Prealdenl elecl <>f theae
L'ntted Btatea meana io..r. to ua all than any other
,-i.-,u.-n thal haa yel tak.-n place withln tha range
o( American hlatory. lt meana the conilnual.prog
reaa and devdopment of thla greal Republle under
the aafeguarda of conatltutlond llberty, as agalnal
it, terribla marring and poaalbla dlalntegratlon bad
the repreeentatlve of anarchy, aodallam and a d.
baaed currency been returned aa the aucceaaful can
Referring to alanulng and revolutlonary laetiea of
tha campalgn, he aald that, whlla many bad an
abtdlng eonfldence In the good aenaa ..f the Ameri?
can i.ple, a !?? ;in>; of unreal and even dread could
nol be dlvorced from th.- publlc mlnd, "Bul now,
thank i.o.r lha atraln t< over," he went on. 'and
with ihe leaeona of ihls electlon alwaya ln mlnd, to
he u-eci ,i> danger mark- to warn and gulde ua ln
,i,, future and wlth hearta full of thankfulneaa
and hopefulneaa over our dctory, lel us coura
R(.ously preas forward wiih irue American pluck
and eonfldence to Ihe promlaed era of genutne proe
pei |ty and pontenim t. t "
The Commlttee on Bound Plnanclol [.eglalatlon. of
arhieh Henry Henta i? the chalrman, preaented a
reporl t.-ning of Ihe work In dlatrlbutlng aound
moin .' Ilteraiure In Ihe campalgn The eommlttee
muaed lo he prlnted and dlatributed more than
firiiMii?in tinges 'if tbe hesl soiind-money llteraturc,
and 'the reporl ataled tti.it ln Ihe aelecilcn of
!..,?., and other literature for dlatrlbution the
eommlttee endeavored to "exclude all .polltlcal
otieatloni nol pertalnlng lo the aubject lo whlch
thelr attentlon waa dlrected. Th- literatura waa
?,.,,, aingly lo Indlvldual addreaaea, procured
through rorrei pond< m e, an I nol ln bulk to pdltlcal
ore-anlxatloni aa the latter method frequently re
aulta In waated effort. delay and fallure to reach
the indlvldual voter. No partlcular.aectlon of the
rounti v rec.-iv.-d apeclal attentlon In the prosecutlon
of thls" educitinn.il work. excepi th.it the Baal was
ronaldered reaaonaWy aafe for ."..und money and
the eflorta. therefore, were almost exclualvdy di
r.. |ed lo ihe Bouth and W'eat."
Th- reoorl of Ihe eommlttee waa followed by the
adopllon of a reaolutlon. offered hy Pranda ll.
Thurber, lhanking ibe eommlttee for its work.
-? - -
rjmON LBAQUERfl BIMO THB DOXOMXJT.
Beme of the memben <>f th.- Uplon League Club
aald yeatetday thal cne of the most Impreadve
acenea al Ih.lebiatton In Ihe clubreoma on Tuee
day naghl waa lhal In wbP* many d the oMeal
membera of thi elub Jdned In alngtng the D>x
ology. There had been a few apeecliea by membera
w',o caii-d attentlon to the work <.f Republlcaa
bwdera In Ihe campalgn. and eaeh ?Pf^j"rHfh,^
,lP,|ni -.1 thal th.-.ountry owrd a debl of gratltudo
,o some partlcular leader. Al length one of the od
'*, pronSlneni membera t the club roae and aald
parneatlr "Oentl. men. abova aU, wa owe a debt of
rratitude lo Almtghty Qodr Th- reanonae tothal
aentlmtnt waa prompt. evcry man rlatog and teto
Ing in alndng rVn&* Ood fr-.m whom all bleae
TllK MATOR COMPLIMENTB THE POI4CE
Mayor Btreng was ao nw li pleaaed wltb the good
?? wi.rk of ihe pdlce aa the day of tha aound-money
1 parade thal on v/edneadaj be eenl to ChlefConUa
the foUowtog letter;
Th- offlcera and membera of the pollce force are
antltted .artlcular credll for th. admlrabla man
n'-r ... whlTh Ihe) conducted ihemadvea on th
oecaalon of the aound-money para* on tbe Itat
ultlmo lt waa a matter of frequenl cpmment. and
I ueraonall obeerved wlth much aatlafactlon tha
admlrable order they mdnutoed and tbe daaripUne
th.y , ddenced.
THE V0TER8 ffl .sTlB/./? C0*> BRADLBY.
Newburg N. f., Nov. I (Bpeclal). Colonel
. Thotaaa W Bradley,a frienda .ue andoua to knew
th- vote of Wal.hn. In OmagO County, Ihe home
? of COkmel Bradley, who waa the iirst delegato to
St LoUta of the N.w-Vork State ,1.1,-Kiitlon io an
noun.e himself for McKlnley. There are two dls
irict'i then- and the vote waa *<1 for Preeldentlal
.ftctori ?.f thls number McKlnley r.dvedI OM
and Bryan 171 gldng tbe rprmer a majortty of
HA Wdden is ln tha town of Montgomery, w .teh
i has four dlrtrtcta,' tha total vot- of whlch is 1,34s
83 l ds McKlnley has a plmallty of ti.-J. ' olonel
Bradley Is much elatod al ihe result In hls
town! and has been the reclplent of many con
| grutulatlcna over 1L
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madAow sqvahe. 208 nfth Avenue._
ANIMATION IN THE STREET.
FINANCIAL interests feeling great
RCBH OF GOLD INTO THE BANKS?ACTIVITT AT
Flnanclal Interests aettled down to a suhatan
tlal baals yesterday. The uncertaln, seml
panlcky conditlon which prevalled before elec?
tion had gtven place to a feeling of entlre con?
fldence and hope. No other sentlment waa ex
praaaed than that "the corner had been turned."
nnd that the way was now clear for a eom?
plete return to prosperity. Republicans and
DemoeratB were agreed that the overwhelmlng
victory for McKinley and sound money had re
stored American credit both at home and
The scenes In Wall Ptreet, whlle not aa excit- j
lng as thoaa of Wednesday, were Btlll unuau
Blly animated. The gallerles of the Stock Ex
change were crowded with apectators, and the
brokers1 ofileafl were thronged wlth Investors
and apaeuUtorB. The most interestlng develop
ment of the day was a rush of gold Into the
banka. The premlum on gold havlng dlsap
peare.l. the hoarders of it were as anxlous to
g.t rld of lt as they were before election to
eceumulata lt. The bulllon dealers would not
gtve greenbacka for gold. and the Sub-Treas
ury would not accept gold on deposit, owing to
th- great aceumu'atlon of work ln the lnstltu
tlon. It was Bald that the Pub-Treasury would
not be ready to racetve gold for a week or
more. The l.ig downtown Natlonal and State
l.anks wer- not especially deslrous of gold.
They advls.-d. In many canea, Its deposit ln sav
Ings l.anks. and thls ndvlce was followed to a
conalderable extent Some 8500,000 in gold coln
was used In the settlement of balances at the
The Natlonal rark Bank recelved Wednesday
on deposit from dlfTerent deposltors over $N>,000
In gold cin. Yesterday lt recelved from the
New-York Oearlng House, In Its credit of
$682,000, $50,000 In gold certlflcates.
Money on call was extremely easy. The hlgh
.st rate was 8 p^r cent, and the closlng rate
was 4 per eent. agalnst a maxlmum rate of 25
per cent on Wednesday. It looked as If 0 per
c.-nt would be the hlgh rate hereafter. There
wns no BPectal diffirulty In obtaining time
money at 6 |>er cent, and there was a compara
tively good BBle for commerclal paper at 0 and
7 per cent The commerclal prlce of bar silver
remalned at tt*H centa an ounce. Sterling ex
change was unchanged. The hlgh rate for
money ln London was onsldered as llkely to
check BhlpmenU of gold to New-York. The Na
Uonal ,-ity Bank r.-ceived 800.000 m gold by
th.. Trive Telegraphk transfers of eurreney
\, ,Tte l.tterior through the Sub-Treasury
A preciallon ln Btocka and bond valuea was
retarded aa natural after the beavy Bpwaxd
mo^emVnt of Wedneaday and the week praeadlng
.. I n There were large accumulated BfOfltB,
a I perators generaily aold ln order to bag their
f*ADr^ular dlvldend of ?'* per cent and an extra
.),.. .tnckn of the varloua companlea dlewoux
,? the Bt? ks 01in . ch havP b n
,.,\ m place of the cei m ?i .mym,-nt on the
'??,1'"1 ' '"^ lS.per?^r2!5iVa? The dlatributlon
$7.ltfl.02O, bul I toMldijhBj ?"^^f?000.
s(|,;ir, M?? reeelva jea l ?' ? ^^ pp.
Thcre waa a n-a. n in tt r ,i(ish.
remher wheat. for iv day. i ?,?,,. oorn ,ost
ft S rli'e- m":::--^"a^a bushel.
, POPrUBT FOR 8ENAT0B.
nl,IIAI,n WtN.-R7or SEATTt.E. THE MKET.T
CAITDTPATBi IN" WASMIS-e-.TONV
,,?,, s?v I (Sperlal). <>ne result of
Tncnmn. v aatt . > PopuMat Sen
the election la thla ttat. n,,, a i
"" V Wateon C Squlre. Riehard wm
? ?.rVVca,,". noted for hls Popu.lstlc
s"\ ' ,'W> will he the chotea for Senator beyood
teodenclea wtRl* ?ne ,nnt ??,,, nnd the
:' *?2; . ;,r, v"r throughout the State war
***'"S ' o ,,? there is no way to prevent
Lr^sBsety^X^ Leglslature. Revernl
hl" 'I "uv.-r RepubRcana who have tratned
promlnenl rtlver i of apo.
w,,,, Pr,n Rne ft r aSSorahlp. hut R ? *
kane. are ln llw ,.?p,.llsts that none hut
~dlS VwdTl^^md PBPUlhd shal.get
?n..rlgl..al Btwou < two-thirds to
thlshonor. ";???[?",-;*, g? fwU1 he PopulUt
''T^u-v". nhlzeVs and they wlll al.solute.y
|\*atson l *'?"!'? " newspaper ln Seattle, and
foTCea has ....a a n???!; i#,r tPrTn ?llt there
otherwlse told ' ?'1S ' f(,rmor Republlcan nfrilt
a"t.onn.wm PreVem'hls'elictSS by tho next Laghv
BTOSE BA8 LEARNED SOTHISG.
?? MABOHB -tm RRTAH-B PEKEAT-TO 00*
TtNIE THE P10HT roR SllAER.
. r i, Nov I -Oovernor Wllllam J. Stone. who
eauaea of BryaaM defeat. aaM:
??t'lrat and e'nlefly. money.
?s'v.i'id -he betrayal of ?he Demoeratle party by
meii whOOWed It .verything.
?Third tha innuenee of a aubaldlaed press.
Zln^r S.ot.e aald he would hegln at onee organls
,,;,?, people of the State for the campalgn of HM
?T"?,hcau2 we have fo.tght for 1. rlght." he con
Z d "R i..volv..R a questlon affectlng the proa
;r, (lf our couBtry and the bapBtaeee of mankind.
i ? i- not ba -etti-d untll it is aettlsd rlght. The
It wlll not i.e ?> ii > . . p ave 8epa
''?f1".!:aX 'fSW''h..ff" The party wlll grow
"n.ng.: ln f'.ture. wh.t, avery man In It la rea-Ty to
hKht and dle for Ita ajj^"^ lost b, thla defeat.
TILLMAV SOT nOWXCAST.
IIB DECI.ARE8 THAT THE PEMOrRATB WI1.L
NOM1NATE I.RYAN AHA1N IN 100ft.
Atlanta Nov. I (SpedaH -Senator Ilenjamln Ryan
Tillman of BooU Carollna. BBBBBd through here
thla afternoon on hls way home from the West.
whera ha has been for aeveral areeka maklng cam
palgn speches. He r.adlly conceded the election
,.r McKlnl.y but reemed not at all downcast over
the result He declared that the greajt flght for
ill'er had only Just begUB. anrl that the baekset
l recelved Tueaday would only cause lt to be
?tuahed wlth gr.at.-r vlgor. The Uemoerats wlll
nomlnate Bryan agaln ln 1*90, ha declared, and wlll
wln on a atralght fr.allver platform.
TBE GOXSBCTWUT LBQ18LATVBB.
liartford. Conn., Nov. L?Tha votlng off of the
tles for RepraaaatBttvaa ln Marllwrough and I'ran
ford mak.s tlie Connectleut Houae of Repreaen
tatlves stand 221 Republicans to 33 Democrata.
Mr (Jriswol.l, rapraaantatlva from Bethlehem,
beretofore classed aa a Republlcan. Is a Democrat.
The Benate belng aolldly Republlcan, M. the Be?
publlcan majorlty on Jolnt ballot wlll be 113.
FLINT'S FIIME FURNITIRE.
Preparo for Thanksgiving artistic
dining-room piecos at factory prity.
One cake of Woodbury's Faclal Sooip
removea all worry over a bad complexlon.
It removes plmples and clears theskln.
TAMMJJTP8 BAIT NOT TAKEN
SHEEHAN AND HIS ASSOCIATES BITTER
OVER BAUSCH'S DEFEAT.
THE 80P THEY THREW TO OROANIZED LABOOJ
AVAILED NOTHINO. AND XOW THET TALK
OF TREACHERY?HOYV \VII,L,THE SOUND
MONEY TAMMANY MEN FARE IN
THE OROANIZATION?? CROKER
Tammany Hall's s?cond defeat in thls clty In three
general elections w?s a subject whlch many polltl
clans were discussing yesterday. The strength of the
organization was concentrated on Jacob E. Bausch,
who was put up for Coroner hy the rullng splrlta of
the Wigwam, and who was defeated by Dr. T. K.
Tuthill, the nonr.lnee of tbe nepuhileans, by a plural?
lty of C.293. If to this llgure aboaU be added the vote
of Mjelicnbach, the State Dcmocracy candldate,
whlch represents unqualilled anti-Tammany sentl
ment withln the Democratlc party. the Tammany re
glme is found to be in a mtnorlty In the clty of 13.211
on the face of the returns.
But lt Is weil kaOWB that the vote of 140.000 tMMt
for Bausch represents a greal deal more than the
legitlmate Tammany Hall strength. Tammany Hall
thls yaar adopted the unusuai poiicy of going to or
ganized labor for the only candldate K had to put on
its clty tlcket. In casting about for a candldate to
draw the labor vote to Bryan and Tammany's nomt
nees for Congress and Assembly ln the varloua dla
tricts, John C. Sheehan and his as.-weiates, who are
at areeeat ln control of the Kast rourteenth-st. ma
chine, hlt upon Mr. Bausch, aeeretary of tlie Centrd
Labor L'nion and a walking deltgate of the Wood
carvt-ra" L'nlon. The bait thus tbrowa to organlaed
labor falled to ettract anythlng ilke the voting
Btrengtb of the labor organization*, but lt uid largely
Increaaa Tammany's vote tn the clty. Without tha
aid ao obtained tbe Wigwam Ucket ln the ciiy, well
informed obaervera of tne pollUcd tendenclea of labor
on Electlon Day asstrt. could not tiave polltd lOU.uOO
THE LEADERS B1TTICR.
The fallure of Tammany Hall to reoetVO the full
strength of oraamzed labor and the knowiedge tnat
thousands of union men in New-York voted directly
for McKlnley and Hoburt on Tuwsday has made tne
leaders at the Wlgwain exceedingly bitter agalnat
the workingmen of thls city. Tney point to McKln
ley's astoundlng plurallty la the city la evidence of
tno faiiniessness of organized iJbor to an alhrged
burgaln wuh Tammany.
"Tha nommation of Bauseii was an experlmcnt
that will novei be tned by Tammany Hall aga.n,"
Mr. Shcehan was yuoted ua aaying VYednoeday. "Wl
w.ii never giv?. those teiiows anoiiier aaauaaa to ao
back on Ui. '
rt.charu Croker wiil aail for New-York on hla re?
turn uip from Engiand on Novembu- 11, and is me*e
fore looived tor in tnis city aboui tne ivih or -1st of
ttie month. Ha will bv aere in tlme to eat hbJ Thaiika
giMiig dinner in New-V?rk and to look over tae
ground carefuUy before ine annual reorganizat.oo
of Tammany Hall in December. The urimosiiy feit
i.v tne \\ igwamitt-a wao < nioraced the iree-silver
vagary agalnat lha aound-money Tammany men
Who lefused to aooept Bryan an<l the i/nicago plat
torm is strong Jus; now, but it is understood in cer
tala quartera t.m Mr. Croker arill Inaiat that tha
nn-n wao refused to suppoit Iree silver shall .ie ln
\ited to return to thelr plaees, in the organlzatioo.
They are not ltkely to be aubjected to tne hurallia
tion of recantlng their flnanclal bellefa etther. Mr.
Croker Is no fiee-s.lv, r man himadf, and hc seea
BO r.ason for mak.ng it a part of the Tammaoy
ln the heat of the campalgn. John t'. Shcehan,
the Tammany boss, declared that every man who
had been Identlfled wlth the orgunlnation and waa
refused to aupport the Cblcago tlcket and pUtforra
would be kept out of Tammany wbllc iie had any
volce ln the coundla of tne organuation. He waa
still In the aame ni.M..l yeeterday, apparently, whert
ho was amarting under the d.feat of tbe Popocrata.
for he said that dlsloyalty to the party would
not be forgotten. Men llke ex-Mayora Orant aad
Ollmy, Dletrtct-Attorney Pellowa, Controller Ht<h,
ex-Dtatrtct-Atiorney Nlcoll and ea-<3orporatloo-Coua?
scl t'lark must not expect to have any nure favora
ti. ni Tammany whUe Ultle Boaa Bheeban la ln con
trol. Mr. Bheehan alao talked of tbe "ireachery
of the labor people," and he declared that they had
"gone back on thelr protnlaea" to Tammany.
State Senator CJrady was Been at the Hall. "We'll
be aii rlght next year." he aald. "but J BUppOM tha
Oraater New-York charter wlll ba paaaad and lt la
Impoarible now to tell what eomblnatlona wlll have
to be made when the tlme oomes to nomlnate men
for th* miinlcipal otlics." The Senator spoke hla
n.tnd freely about I'ormer promtftent men in Tam
manv who had "re.ul Ihemselv. s out of tbe organl
aatlon." When aaked bj a Trlbuna reporter if men
like I'ellows, (Iraut. tiilroy. Nlcoll attd t'lark would
be found wuh Tammany ln the campatgei neal year
he sald: "The high-toned Democrata who refused
to aupport Bryan arere aaoved by the meaaoot and
most selllsh conslderallons, and mark what I sav,
if the tlme oomes when they went to prorlt agaln
by the h.-lp or Influence d Tammany Hall they wlll
hiive to come i.ack crawllng on thelr bdttea "
Tbe talk about the Crlmbial Courta Bullding
Waa to the effect that <'olonel Ke'lows proba
bly would be th.- Tammany candldate for DIs
trict-Attorney agaln IMSl full. lt was sald by
sonie of his u-i-islants that his record for sound
money ln the campalgn thls fall would make hlm
the atrongeal candldate that Tammany could nom?
lnate for the oriiee of Ulstrlct-Attorney. \\ hen
Senator Qnady was aaked about that report he
sald: "(>f COUree, I thlnk Colonel Fellowa ls alm?
ply angeltc, but Tammany will be for free sliver
as much next year as lt was thls year. und we
are not golng to sell prlnclples for oftioe."
NOT TO RE CBOWDED OUT.
Ex-Mayor Orant and others have no Idea of betng
crowded out of Tammany Hall by Mr. 8heehan and
Senator "Tom" Orady. Mr Orant took a flrm stand
agalnst Bryanlsm and repudlatlon from the moment
they were uncovered in Ohleago. He told Bosa
Sheehan a month ago that hls threats agalnat
Sound Money Democrats were puerlle. and he evl
dently expects a reorganlzatlon of the Wlgwam. In
whlch he wlll have a hand. The ex-Mayor aald
"No electlon ever had a result as satlsfacfory to
me as that of yeeterday. I had lookrd for Mr.
Bryaa'a defeat, and had hopcd that lt would be a
cruslilng def.at. Yet throughout the campalgn I
was enabto to find any other basls for my bellef
that the so-called Democracy would be overthrown
than my falth that the people would put the Natlon
above party. They had aever sliowii a wlllingneaa
to repudlate debtaj and I did not thlnk they tfould
show lt. Nor do I belleve thal a maJority of the
cltlzena who supported Mr. Bryan understood that
they were indorslng repudlatlon. They were mla
gulded by sentlment. Now that Mr. Bryan ls out of
the way, and the currency queatlon ls taken uway
from boree-ahed dtecuaatoa and put back into tha
domaln of men whoaa <luty lt la to conslder sucb
matters In the llght of real knowledge and experl
ence, we may go agaln Into polltlcal matters. Real
Democracy wlll come to the fore agaln, and we wlll
aet ouredvee to watch the Republicans, whom we
have asslsted to put Into power. The Democratlc
party must be reorganlzed ln Natlon. State and
clty. It must be put Into antagonlsm wlth unlawful
eomblnatlona of every klnd, whether they are called
trusts or anythlng else. It must he put agaln Into
Its old place of guardlan of the rlghts of the people,
whlch candld men must acknowledge are assallee
by greed. but It murt be kept apart from the Isma*
Whoaa pronnets have lieen ?o promlnent recently.
It must ba mnde ready to take control of govern
mental affalrs. The tlme for it to take control wlU
come soon, for I belleve that the Republlcan party
wlll break of Its own welght. Succeas uaually ln
THE BEST NATURAL
Pravrnts HaMtaaS constipation. Hemqrrholda, eaaae?
quenca of lndlscr*tlona of dlet,
POR 8AL3 HY ALt. DRt'OOISTS.
DO NOT TAKE SUBSTITUfEaS.
Kona caaalaa without tba algnatora af the I
Andreas Saxlehner aotbaiabd.