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lUE OMAHA DAITjY BEE: TlTUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
BUSINESSMEN WELL PLEASED
English Financiers Epresa Viowi on tie
Election of McKinley.
RESTORES CONFIDENCE IN UNITED STATES
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LUMU.'f. Nor. 7.--(Nw Vork World Cn-bleiratn-3pcclal
Tolcgrnm.) Excitement In
Lonilou oVcr the presidential election was
uiipuuiicjiii, iwnencun rails ruttlod up
several paints before the nominal business
oura of tho Stock Exchange on the expec
tation of ienvy buying from your sldo. Kry
an'a defcit Is accented by the ttomlnant no-
lltlcal party hero as strcnKthcnltiK of Amer
ica an a "world power. Tim nnil-sllvcrlton
BtfgarU It ns n dcnthblow for free silver In
tho Unltill Stntes, where that movement has
its only important hold. Iirynn's victory
would tvo been reKnrilcd here. too. ns
equivalent to Crokcr's, bo on overy ground
McKlnley's election created a commotion
hero only second to that caused by Sails
bury' icoent victory at tho polls. It wns
tho danilnnut topic In tho newspapers, as
woll as In tbo street cars, tho couullm;
houses and at tho clubs. Keeling ngalnst
Crynn hero was mainly on economic grounds,
ho having been represented as a preacher
of financial anarchy, and tho llnanclal cir
cles In thn city of London oxperlenced tho
keenest rolfef when McKlnley's victory was
assured. 1 havo elicited tho opinions of
England's leading representatives of high
flnanco and founil uverywhero Intense satis
Tho governor of tho Dunk of England,
Hnmucl Stewart Gladstone, received mo In
tho bank parlor and, In reply to my request
for his view of the effect on tho money and
tock markets of MoKlnlcy's rc-clcctlon,
aid: "Tho Hank uf England nover gives
opinions, but my personal view you nre wcl
coino to. McKlnley's election must havo a
healthy effect, both financially and politi
cally, I consider It In tho first place, as a
great security for tbo pcaco of tho world.
Hero the undoubted belief has been that If
Urynn were elected It might mean disturb
unco and unscttlcment In tho llnactal world,
though probably had ho attained power ho
would hnvo beecn moro cautious than was
anticipated. Mo had already, I rev, modi
fied "his silver policy, but tho meru chanca
of his being chosen, although all portents
were In favor of McKlnley, did have a re
strictive Influence on business, and now we
try look to a rovlvul of business nnd tho
ntrongthenlng of American securities. That
Is myyoplnlon for what It Is worth."
"Howdo you consider Bryan's second do
feat will uffact tbo bimetallic movement!"
"I think It had already ceased to count,
and this defeat should kill It. I am con
vinced, on tho whole, that tho election has
turned out for tho beet."
Incrrimm Inventor Confidence,
Hon. Krn nc Is During, ,tlio working chief of
tho firm of During Ilrts., In reply to sim
ilar questions, said: "Tho good effect of
McKlnley's election has been already re
flected In the American market, where
prices huve hardened greatly. I believe It
will Increoso confidence, and business will
Boccssnrlty improvo. It had been arrested
to sorao extent by uncertainty. Now It has
begun to go ahead again and Eugllsh capital
will bo moro frccoly Invested In American
ecurltles and undertakings. Ah to Its bear
ing on, bimetallism, that Is too big a ques
tion to! go lntotodtri Suff.clcul for tho 1'cy
Is thoVil therrof."
At I. S. Moi gin's London office the World
found Mr. l'lerpont Morgnu much moro do
clded In his opinion on tho result, llo said:
"I consider It, will bo a relief to business
Interests, both hero nnd In America, that
the election Is over. True, nobody here who
know anything of tho tdtuatlon In tho United
'States feared Urynn's election, and tho re
sult has been to eomo extent discounted so
far as securities are concerned, but the gen
nral effect on commerce, and finance must bo
excellent. For tbo last fortnight prices have
showed on upward tendency,' and today the
general relief Is expressed by further Im
mediate Improvement. An to tho sliver
movement, that Is already dead over hero,
thnurh If It hod any lingering remains of
life In It dnubtlesH Uryau'H election would
kayo rovlved it. Now It hns got Its finishing
itroko. Tho buying of American securities
sere Is mainly for AmerlcnnB, ther, bring a
iteady stream of buying for sotno t o past,
but now that McKlnley Is elected Kngllsh
money will ulso bo forthcoming for Ameri
Kxnectrd Nrtlrmency Averted.
Sir Snmuol Montagu, head of tho well
known banking nnd bulllonlst firm and ono
if tho shrewdest financiers In England, said:
"In consultation with my partners, wo
igrccd In view of Dryan's election Amorl
tans would Immediately begin to hoard gold,
inprehenriltiK somo kind of silver legislation
That would havo drawn on our gold reserves,
lausing a stringency In the money market
This fear has been removed by McKlnloy's
lection and now tho drain of gold will stop.
fhereforo tho effect on the raonoy market
will bo good. It will also Improvo com
ttierco and enhance sound American securi
ties' for, Investors and manufacturers, who
feared tho possibility of Bryan's eluction,
wero uncertain whother they would be paid
In itold or silver."
I then wont to the ofllccn of the Bimetallic
league, whljh In 1BP8 was a powerful and ac
tive sllverlte orijanlzatlon, but found them
conductive to the Interest of general Civili
zation when compared with tho results
which Mr. Bryan's election would have
brought. Tor the- economic Interests of
both the United States and Germany the
present result Is altogether moro satis
factory". The Tageblatt says:
Tho Germans greet McKlnley's election
above all tin n victory tor sound etirrenoy
over revolutionary monetary experiments,
which would have been calculated to shuko
most severel) tbo basis of tho entire
world's commerce. Anyhow. Germany
policy Is to ntirso close nnd loyal relations
with the head of a country that is con
nected with us by so many economic nnd
national tics us Is the United Btates.
Kor that reason, too, the omperor has
repeatedly made npproaches to President
McKlnley and the latter has, especially re
cently responded cordially. There nre In
no part of tho world serious differences
lietween tho United States nnd dcrmanv.
In China both powers have marched on tho
pnrno lines nftcr McKlnley'B tlrst fcolln of
distrust regarding uermnnyn nuegeu ter
ritorial schemes subsided. We hope that
during blH forthcoming administration all
political questions will bo solved between
the two countries In tho samo spirit of
fairness nnd mutual coiilldenee. Above all.
wo hop.- mat the iucmUoii of a commercial
treaty will bo solved.
Tho Vosslsche Zeltung says:
Germany can only relolco nt the further
strengthening anil solldllKatlon of tho
economic conditions In tho United Stntes.
No stnto can esrape tbo vlco .of having
competitors In tho world's markets. That
must no recKoncu unu wo muni pm luriii
nil out strength In' peacuful competition.
nut, not only for jsortn American miius-tri.-ii
lntori.!i) In Mr. MelClnlcv'n re-election
of great Importance, but also for the entlro
commerce of lh world, which Is vitally
interested In a gold stanunru in tue unneu
Htntes. Kor these nnd a number of othur
reiisntis the result of tho election may be
considered ns tho less of evils.
Tho Post says:
Thn ri'Miilt In ureeted . with satisfaction
and sympathy In Germany, for the re
elected president has won the confidence
of our government and our diplomats dur
ing nis term uy constant cnoris to iniun
taln good relations between Germany and
the United States. In the midst of popu
lar passion, tho president preserved a cool
heinl and turned nsldo rudo hands which
tried to forc him Into nn nntl-Gennan
poliry. Mr. McKltiley'H victory means a
contlnuanro of tho present pleasant rela
tions between Germany nnd the United
Stntes and wo hopo that the tnrlff negotia
tions between tho two countries will also
havo at least as good a mutual result.
Ilrt roxpeetlon Pleases.
The Neusto Nachtrlchtcn says: "From a
Gcrmau standpoint Mr. McKlnley's re-election
gives no occasion for regiot. Of course
thoro have been differences between tho two
states during tho last few years. But when
we look lodayvback tipon their settlement,
tho conclusion arrived at Is that Mr. Mc
Klnley did not stand In the way of a set
tlement. Tho controversy over tho Ameri
can life Insuranco companies was amicably
settled last summer and Germany'H griev
ances In tariff matters wcro satisfactorily
disposed of. The Washington government
during tho Spanish- American war ob
nerved a most thoroughly correct attitude,
in pleasant contrast with tho public aglta
tlon which threatened a far-reaching cs
strangemeut. Tho United States' position
In the Samoa question was pronouncedly
favorable to Germany and aided a solution
favorable to Germany."
Tho National Zeltung saya: "Mr. Mc
Klnley's victory can only be received by
us with satisfaction, especially from the
standpoint of excellent personal relations
botweeu tho president and the emperor,
which havo repeatedly found expression
fiom loth sides and which have ulso boon
shown by tho friendly settlement of some
of tho Important questions discussed bo
tween them during the past few years.
From the standpoint of International mone
tary relations the result of the election
calls forth tbo samo satisfaction."
OVERTURES FROM MANNING
Kansas City Magnate Seeks Admission to the
OWNERS IN CONFERENCE ON THE MATTER
Meetlnp; Held at Omaha to Discuss the
Proponed Incrense of the Circuit,
but Sio Conclusion in
'An Informal meeting of tho Western
League of Base Ball clubs was hqld In this
city yesterday. Tho session was a brief
M (Thompson), 10 to 1 nnd 3 to 1, second;
Yorkshire Hoy, 101 (Mr-rue), 15 to, 1, thltd.
Tlmoi 1:161-6. The Iir.ither, Glnlsl. Go.den
Boy, Graylette nnd Cnllenr nlso ran.
HIS FINISH TOO ARTISTIC
Jockey Ivnluht on J. T. Wins, lint
Only After Olvlnir Horse's
Hackers Ills: Scare.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.-Jockey Knight
gave an exhibition of bow to draw n lino
llnlsh on J. J. T. In the Inst raco at l.n
tonln today nnd guvo tho backers nf tho
horse nn awful scare. J. J. T. was favor
ite at 2 to 1 nnd led Into the stretch by
ten lengths. Knight eased his mount, up
nnd did not notice Olllo J., who came
through with n rush nnd almost nipped
tho race nt tho wire. Tho weather was
rather chilly and track fnst. Summaries:
, First race, one mile, selling' I.litlo Sal
lle. luO (Herman). 7 to 2, won: fillers, HO
(McGinn), 3 to 5, second: Osmnn 100 (It.
. ... . .. . . . t wnsom. n in i. num. lime; juuii-
ono and consisted merely, rre.uueni incaoy ( ar,,f prino VScno, McClreary. Lnmlty,
GERMANY FULL OF GLADNESS
Re-Klri tlon uf Prrnldrnt "telClnle-
ItrKordrd ns ToUen of, Con-
UKIIUN, Nov. 7. Gerninu official gov
rment' circles nre all delighted at McKln-
Jey's election. The American embassy today
received a uumber of congratulations. Gen
erally speaking the German public Is tak
lng much greater Inte est in the American
election than heretofore. Dr. von Hollo
ben, German ambassador to tho United
States, who Is now In this city, said to the
correspondent of tho associated Tress about
the result! "We all rejoico ovor it."
Dr. Darth, tho Frolslnnlgo leader, said:
"I regard Mr. M-Klnloy'a elect on, all things
considered, ns the best result, nlthoush
cannot endorse his imperialistic tenden
cies. Yet I regard his election as more
You know wist tley ire.
Tfcey come upon you witt
loudly a moment s notice. But
they are slow to leave; wm
ithc trouble. Unless you do
the right tning they ling on for
weeks, .Why not send them
of 7 You can do it quickly
with Ayer's Cherry ""Pectoral.
It often cures in t night.
Ttir tUfil JSe., enough for an ordinary
eoUikto.. Juit right fur ithm. tiroucliltlt,
hosrtUM(, wlionplnr.eouxh, hard eollt
gXM, soon econoniUal tar enronto om.
slated, of a discussion of affairs for next
year In order that various propositions may
bo considered by tho several managers be
tween this time and the holding of the an
nat meeting of tho league In Denver, No
Tho meeting was attended by President
T. J. Hlckey and Manager J. F. Hunclo
of St. JoBoph; Georgo Tcbcau, owner of tho
Denver franchise: Manager A. V, Dcall of
Sioux City and President Keith and Man
ager Itourke of the Omaha ctub. These
magnates were closeted during the morning
with Manager Manning and Judge Cas
koden, representing tho Kansas City club
of tho Amorlcan league.
It Is understood that tho principal topic
of dlscutBlon with tho magnates was the
formation of tho circuit for next season.
The assurance that Kansas City and Minne
apolis will have their franchises In the
American league transferred to some eastern
cities leaves the Western leaguo the only
avntlable organization with which those
two cities may Identify themselves. Noth-
ng definite In tho matter of their entering
tho Western was decided at yesterday's
meeting, but tho ground was gone pretty
thoroughly over so that tho magnates mny
havo amplo opportunity to ponder the sit
uation beforo final action In thn matter is
taken at the annual meeting In Denver.
"Thoro is no question," said ono of tho
magnates "that tho Western can extend
Its territory to Includo Kansas City, Min
neapolis and St. Paul, provided the mem
bers of tho leaguo decldo that such movo
will bo advisable. The whole thing, how
ever, la still 'up In tho nlr.' It Is a prob-
lem of sorao mngnltudo. Our slx-ciun
leaguo last season was a great success nnd
whether or not It would be a greater one
by the addition of theso cities to tho clr-
cull nnd enlargement irom a six 10 un
clght-club leaguo Is a question. Tho ter
ritory would bo an cxtenslvo ono ana tno
long stretch between Denver and Minne
apolis Is not to bo considered lightly, In
case tho league Is enlarged It is my Idea
that Dea Moines will be dropped out and
the two western clubs, Denver and Pueblo,
rotatped. This would make a circuit con
sisting of yMlnneapolls, St. Paul, Sioux City,
Omaha, Kansas City, St Joseph, Denver
Kreaa Zrltunir Somewhat Krrptlcnl
Tho Kreuz Zeltung says: "The policy of
Imperialism has received a new Impetus
thiough McKlnley's election, namely the
sanction of tho American people. Wo as
inni'o' tha't 'the' movement which seeks to
placo America in the forefront of nations
nnd plant tho Stars and Stripes on the
shores of all tho seas will gain fresh
strength. "Ilcgardlng the relations with
Europe Mr. McKlnley's election awakens
less confldenco than Mr. Dryan's would
When .Mr. White describes Mr. McKlnley
to us ns friendly to Germany tho thought
occurs to us, 'I hear tho message, but faith
falls me.' "
Tho Doersen Zeltung says: "Abroad Mr,
MoKlnloy's election will be received with
satisfaction, for tho demagogical bo
havlor of tho democrats everywhere was
regarded as a dangerous proceeding and
bIiowb that tho republican triumph was
tho less of ovlls. Wo may hopo that tho
United States, after leaving of Its own
accord tho Isolation, which was sclf-lm
po;cd, nnd coming Into constant and per
mnuent contact with tho European powers,
will becoruo convinced that tho system of
studied disregard which It has hitherto
pursued can no longer be maintained."
The Uoersen Courier says: "Wo have
learned to count with Mr. McKlnley and his
policy nnd as regards the relations betwojn
Gormnny and tho United Stntes, thoy have
uvwfuu win nit; uiu iuhi year very gooa anu
even coruiai, aner tne scries ot misunder
standings .which had arisen over there
had been dispelled by tho frank and loyal
methods of German diplomacy. There are
no differences between llerlln and Washing
ton nnent foreign questions and regarding
economic differences they will doubtless
bo satisfactorily adjusted by mutual concessions."
Thlnka Auierlenn Politic Mercenary.
Tho Deutscho Tags Zoltung. which Is tho
main agrarian organ, says: "Wo havo from.
tbo flist expressed the opinion that tho
party which would win was tho party
which bad tho most dollars nnd that this
party wan the republican party nnd gold
bugs wob an undoubted fact. The whole-'
American election could bo greatly slra
pllfled by each party making a show-down
of tho number of dollars meant to be ex
pended upon tho election. This would also
uhow the number of electors. But then
tho Americans like an election campaign,
as It Is exciting sport. For politics nt
the largo tho election result at this time
Is of no consequence."
Tho Tnegllcho Rundschau says: "Un
doubtedly for America un era of world
power politics of the most intense descrip
tion begins and, Judging from tho samples
thereof already seen, this will not bo a
factor for promoting the world's peace.
Tho United States will not show Its true
fnco in the Chinese question. Wo cannot
say that our confidence in Mr. McKlnley's
good will toward Gormany Is very strong."
GOOD THING GOES THROUGH
Sir Florlnn Hacked from 00 to 1 Winn
, Clever ItnoA nt Aqne-
NEW TOniC. Nov. 7, Two handicaps lent
Home tono to the racing at Aqueduct today
and n good slied crowd wub on hand. The
weather was bright and clear and the tra;k
fnHt. Onlv two fnvorlte were succesiful.
but three 'well bncked ser.oml choices gave
the players tho best of tho urgument with
.Tnriirn Tnrvln won the first race from
niarneystono and Dyo. Impartial, nt 12
to 1, mndc tho running to 'the lost fur'ong
po o. mil tireu ni tne enu. isia, m n iu i.
made every post a winning one nnd won
rievfiny ny tnreo icnsins irom wit invuu
Sir Florlan, bncked down from 60 to 1 to
7 to 2. too'f tbo third race handily. Mitchell
kent Blr Florlnn In a good position to tho
bead of the stretch, when he came ftwny
mm won by ono und a half lengths from'
Tho fourth raco was tho fenturn of the
dnv. It was a handicap at one mile nnd
a ulvt..cnth neltn of Trov was a hot favor
ite, but her saddle slipped Jut ns the llg
leu und Williams couui uo nowung um mi
of 111 nnd nhe finished next to lust. Alarl-
bert mnde the running bv threo or f"iir
leneths to tho stretch, when First Whit
wore him down nnd won, ridden out, ny
ono length from Alslkc, who beat the pace
maker n bead for tho plnce.
Maiden, nt 11 to B. won tho fifth raco
cleverly from Tho Golden Prince, tno rnvor
llo. In the lnrt race An'moltv. tllR favor
Ito. palloped home, after Yorkshire. Boy PaJ
run nimseit into me ground in imiu. ou;ir
"pirat race, peltlmr. five a"d a half fur
lonirs: Judtre Tnrvln. UO (Williams). 2 to
1 wnn Tllill-TlnVHtonn. 110 (Shaw), fi to 1
and 2 to 1, second; Dyo. 102 (Miles), 21 to.l.
third. Time i:m. Miss Miirneu. wn-iu
Impartial. Disturber. Pours. El'en n, Harry
npeil. iBllneton und Marblehead also ran.
Second race, five and a hnlf fnrlonjti:
'Isla. W (Mitchell). 8 to 1. won: MoAd'o.
liu (Williams). 2 to 1 and 4 to P. Becomi
ninrtn nun. ins fflhaw). 8 to 7. third. Time
1:08 4-5. Annlo Thompson, The Rhymer,
Trnil(i niul Rniirlt nl-n ran.
Third race, selling, one mile nnd seventy
ynrds: wr riorin, nn inuiciiriu, i iu ..
;.. PmiiMliratnr. 1T (O'Connor). 2 to 1
nnd '4 to 3. second: Olca, !D (Stock). ,5 tn 1.
tkirri Timii! i!4ia.K. Don Cunld. The
Chamberlain. Lanecwood, Fonsole, Oliver
Mnc nnd Protus also rnn.
t...t. rtnA mill, nnd a Hlxteento
H'l,ln 11ft rmirnuY. a to 1. won! Alslli"
9S (Miles). 12 to 1, iseeond: Marloert. ;w
(StacK). i tn l. tnirn. iimu: ii-i .-n. v
pensntlnn. Herbert. Belle of Troy and ucau
ormnnac aiso run.
ti.i, ran anil ina 1 furlonra: Ma'ain
107 (O'Connor). 11 to C. won: The rjnliltn
Prince UO (liurnsi. 10 0 ana 1 10 bv- u n,
r,imlviil at 11rinpnnV 3 to 1. tnL'd
Tlmo: P.1C3-5. HIJa. Udgetleld. Obcv. Loone,
Plxth race, se'llng. six furlnnrs: Anl
moslty, 101 (BUrns). even, won: Pledrlch
and I. oval I'rliun also ran
Second race, ono mile: Albert F. Dewey,
10H (Knight), 4 to 1, won: Tuscnrosn. 112
(Dupee), 3 to 1. second: Hernando, 109 (J.
Wlliklleld). 11 to C, third. Tlmo: l:43i.
Omdurmnn. Pntrocus, Dolly Wngner and
Kenovn nlso ran.
Third rnee, mllo nnd seventy ynrds: I)rd
Zenl, 111 (J, Wlnkfleld), C to 0, woni Ebcr
hnrt, 103 (Dnsslnger), 7 to 2. second;
Branch, ltn (Dupee), 8 to 1, third. Tlmo:
1:40. Loft Bower, Sugunny, Etta and Jack
Adlo nlso ran.
Fourth race, ono mile, selling: Znzel,
107 (Dupeo). 13 to C, won; W. (J. Welch,
W (May), IS to 1. second; Bramburg, 10J
(Ifnlght). 12 to 5, third. Time: 1:42.
Unity Kent, Alcaskcy und TIMy Ann also
Fifth rare, seven furlongs, selling:
Gruiiilon, 10s (Knight). 2 to 1. won; Ed
Adack, 97 (Neweom), 10 to 1, second; War
ranted, 102 (Akor), 7 to 2. third. Time:
WA. Phosphorus, alenwood, Porter It.,
Vulilez. O. H. Whitney, Custodian, Nelso
Morris, Freo Admission and Prince Lief,
Jr.. nlso ran.
Sixth raco, ono mile, soiling: J. ,T. T., 10S
(itnigiit), 2 to , won; onto J.. 105 (Jiav),
(i to.l, second; II. U. Fox, 108 (W. Wil
liams), 6) to 1. third. Tlmo: 1:13. Beanu.
Eleanor Holmes, Ed Both, Dofemlor II
and Blenheim also run.
Favorites llovrleil (lirr nt I.akrslili.
CHICAGO. Nov 7. Not a fovorite won
brackets In tho first four races nt Uikcsldo
tins urtcrnooti. Tlie feature or tno day wus
mi u -nqeu event nt live rtir oiuts. in
which Money Muns. Alanrcttn and Slv
seoined Hie only contenders. Money Muss
won witii nttic trouiiio, Aignrctta getting
tho place. Daisy upset thu talent In the
seeonu rnco uy winning at to 1. bum
First rnce. flvo nnd a nnlf furlones: Cora
uootz, 111s (t'oclirati). 4 to 1, won; Hod Slg
m. 100 (l) Hr en). 7 to 1. second: Prescrave.
108 (l. MeDermott). 15 to 1, third. Tlnm:
:09 2-3. If You D;iro. C. B. Carnnbo .
Georgo Arab, Flournctto. .Inch Dovle.
KoiiMwrcatii, joe comm. rompuss, Tlio
BInck Jew und John Lnfferty also ran.
neconu rnce, six runongH: unisy u., S7
(Beaton), 8 to 1. won: Ciindlo Black, 115 (A.
Weber), 2 to 1, second: Mncln Mnree, 07
(Devln). 2 to 1, third. Time: 1:101-5. Ole
knmn. Protect. MIhh Conrad. Vlllucu Prlilu
ami Cuban Girl nlso run.
Tn ml race, h x furlomtn: Itosa n nh. 102
(It. Narvncz), R to 1, won; Jake Weber, 108
(liantiotn). 11 to 6. seeoiui; urtiwtun Anuer
son, vk (o-nrie:i). n to ). iniru. 'nme: 1
1:15. Emma It., Blvnl Dare, Peace, Jim
Goro II mid Huusborough nlso run. I
Fourth rnco. Ilvo furlongs: Money Muss.
91 (Hansom), 7 to C, won: Algurettn, 101
Alexander), even, second: Slv. 114 (Devln).
r. to 1. third. Time: 1:01. Goebel. Albert
Lea, MountcDanK unu princesH Tutyana
Fifth race, tnllo nnd :i half: KnlRlit Ban
neret. Otf (Weber). 2 to 1, won: Florizar, 101
(Devln), 2 to 1, socond; The Unknown. 101
(Aloxundcr), 7 to 10, tnira. Time: s:;i7.
Hold Hp nnd Terrene nlso ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Beneckart.
10O (A. Weber). 7 to 5. won; Robert Wadell,
107 (MeDermott), 4 to 5," second: Lntly
Btnrtnmoro. 5 (coenrnn). e to 1. tniru.
Time: 1:30. A1 Brown also ran.
RUMOR OF NEW ALLIANCE
United Mnten Suld to lie I.eaRiird with
ltumln, France nnd crapnn Avalnut
KuKlnnd aud (lermnny.
LONDON. Nov. 7. "The Novo Verynia,"
says the St. Petersburg correspondent ot
tho Dally Express, wiring before tho re
election ot Mr. McKlnley was known at th
Russian capital, "unnounccs with official
sanction that an understanding has been
reached between Ilussla, France und tho
United States and Japan by way of counter
poise to tho Anglo-German agreement, add'
lng that tho results will bocomo specifically
apparent if President MuKInlay Is reelected,"
Mosniiltnrs and YHlovr Fever Gerntn.
HAVANA, Nov. 7. Surgeon Major Reed
and n beard cf experts will coutlauo tho
Investigation Into the propagation of ycb
low favor by mosquitoes and nn experl
mental station will be established outside
As an external application to heal cuts,
wound, bruises and like Injuries there Is
nothing Hu good as Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It causes the parts to heal without
maturation and In one-third the time re
quired by tha eld faahloaed treattnenU
NLVBlt TOO LATE
To Try a Good Thin.
I am fifty-two years old and for forty
ycor3 of that tlmo I havo been a chronic
caturrh sufferer, says Mr. James Gleshtng
cf Allegheny City; with' every change uf
weather my head and throat would bo
stuffed up with cntarrbal mucus.
I could not brcatho naturally through
tho nostrils for months together nnd much
of tho tlmo I sufforcd from catarrh of the
stomach. Finally my hearing begni to
fall and I realized something must be
I tried Inhalers and sprays and salves
which gave mo temporary relief, and ray
physician advised me to sprcy or douche
with Portxldo of Hydrogen. But tho ca
tnrrh would speedily return In a few days
and I became thoroughly discouraged.
I had always been prejudiced against
patent medicines, but, as everything clso
had failed, I felt Justified In nt least mak
In" a trial.
Our good old family physician. Dr. Rams
dell, laughed at mo a little, but said If I
was determined to try patent medlclues
ho would advlso mo to begin with Stuart's
Catarrh Tnblets, because ho knew what
they contained and he had hoard of several
romarkablo cures resulting from their uso,
and, furthermore, that they wore perfectly
Bafo, containing no cocalno or opiates.
The next day I bought a fltty-cont box
at a drug store, carried It In my pocket and
vfour or Ave ttmos a day. I would take u
tablet; In lens than a week I fait a marka
Improvement, which continued until at this
time I am entirely freo from any trace of
My head Is clear, my throat froe from
Irritation, my bearing Is as good aa U ever
was and I feel that I cantiot say enough In
pralso of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets.
These tablets contain extract ot Eucalyp
tus bark, Gualocol, blood root and other
valuable antl-scptlcs, combined In pleasant
tablet form, and it is safe to say
that Stuart's Catarrh Tablet)! are fa
superior In convenience, safety and eflec
tlvencas to tbo antiquated treatment by In
halers, sprays and douches,
They are sold by all druggists every
wbor U tae United SUtta and Caaada.
BOOM STARTED FOR I1ASNA
Talk Afloat of Ohio ifan for President Fonr
SENATOR SAYS HE DOES NOT WANT PLACE
Speaker Henderson In Speech at Cleve
land Deelnrrs Thnt the Northwest
Favors the Muecessful Cant
CLEVELAND. O.. Nov. 7. Speaker Hen
derson of tho national houso of representa
tives was entertained at dinner at tbo Union
ctub by about twenty prominent republicans
of Cleveland on tho eve cf October 31, when
ho delivered u campaign speech In this city.
Ho greatly surprised some of his hosts dur
ing tho table talk by telling them that Sen
ator Banna's tour of the northwest bad so
stirred up that section of the country that
tho senator was being tnlked about there as
a presidential possibility four years hence.
Senator II anna was asked today whether
he had heard dt any such sentiment In the
"Yes," he answered, "I have heard ru
mors to that effect. At some of tho meet
ings I addressed In tho northwest cries were
raised about the next presidency, 'which I
could not help hearing. Thero has been somo
talk ot tho character you mention. But I
do not want to be the next president after
McKlnley. I will not have anything to do
with It. I havo had enough of politics nud
public llfo to suit anyone."
Senator Hauna starts tomorrow night (or
Now York tn dlaposo of unfinished campaign
business. Ho will return home on Monday
and remain until December 1, when he will
go to Washington for tho rest of tho winter
and tho session of congress.
Senator Hunna todny received about 300
telegrams congratulating htm upon the re
suit of the election from prominent repub
licans all over tho country.
Buffalo Lithia water
1 he lollowlno cut shows the
cjIiuII referred to by Dr. VJtti
ews. Magnllled 1.4 diameters.
In Uric Acid Diathesis, Gouty Rheu
Solvent aud Eliminator of
Dr. Thos. P. Mathews, of Manchester, Va.,
JlembvroJ Vie Board of I't.n'oM, Medical ColUgt
oj Viniliiia: "I art. sallstiotl from my own use
and from result In many ciuea Id my practice,
timt buffalo Lithia Water o
wi mlorfull Micnt rnractlv In Uric Acid
Di.itlics s. ntul tn (unity Ktictttnntlc ConUi
tlons. It has powerful c(Tct In the dlsln
tcL-ration and removal nf Rcnu Calculi.
I send you a sumplo of Kun il Calculi pass
ed by ray sol f during und aftor tbo use of
Buffalo Lithia Water s, th
moHtof tho paused in August and Sopteinber,
1803. After two months uso of tho watur I
had no further trouble of this sort until Juno,
1000, when 1 again rlaltad tho springs, and
utidor the uso of the water jmssed tho smaller
itliccimons. I notice tli.it after drinklnu the
water a while, tlie calculi are broken up
and pass v.-ry mnnlt and iim sand. I haro
also hud very line rcstntH from this water
In somo severe casea of Albuminuria in
Uriuht'H Disease aud the Albunilnurlu of
Intrrent tn I.oenl Contmt.
The Intercut manifested by local follow-
orH of the flchtliiK jjamo In the bout to b
Held nt crelBiiton nan tnniirnt ror tno
settlement of the welterwelrht champion
ship of the went warrants the conclusion
miu tno no win 00 wen ntienueii. Ainrtin
Jiuiire or uieveinna ana "vounir Peter
Jackxon," welterweight chnmplon of tho
Piiclllc cont, will be th pr'nrlnoW In tin
fifteen-round event, which will be. tho main
card of the evcnlnn. IJ01I1 men have iim 11
In the city foi the last tin days under-
cntnK cnrarui training u.nu tucii it con
fident of RUCCCR.
The ncht wi!' be brouclit otr under tne
auRnlccs of tbo Itrondway Athletic club, of
which Patsy Fallon Is tho mnnaRur, nnd
tho fact that It will be the club's first ef
fort In the nstlc entertainment line Indl-
entes that the procrnm will b cnrrled
tthrouph without n bitch, A couple of pre
liminary bouts, ono of them a battle royal,
will round out the evening's program.
Itrfnire Sllstnnttry l.eetnrcn.
Ilev. Tlornee W. Ifnuldlnir. nn Indenend.
ent mlss'onnry. who was driven from China
bv the Iloxoro, lectured last nluht at tho
tVe'tmlnster Prebvterlan church to n
crowded nouse. telling orthe conditions In
Chlnn at the tlmp ho left that countiy on
the transport Logan.
Mr. Ifouldlnir snnt four yenrs In the
celestlnl emnlre and Is well ocaunlnted w'th
me peopio nnti tne connnions. in sprain-a;
or tno matter last niont ne nitno'ited in"
itoxer tinrlelnir to the chunclnir Industrial
conditions more than to nnv other ono
cause. ",Tha bulldlnir of rnllroTds." said
ho, "has thrown many boatmen out o'.'
emnlnvment. Tnrv lmve noeomo nnunars
nrd bave combined In hand to nlllnRe tho
richer persons; The bands of brtfrand-v wero
uufmeiucu ov persons who odjock'h to t'te
action of tho forele-nprs .in uelzlnir tne
lnnd." At tho time of thu selrnro of terri
tory by Germany tno ncniinnrnood or
Tnl Miner Vi, where Mr. llmildlnu- wta
stntlnned, wns thrown Into creat excite
ment and for a tlmo it aiuvarefl tnit til'iro
would lio a revolution, The frnverment h
iir.rable. the envorntntr clnfses b'liir nn-
warentiv winded toiretner tor no oiner nur
po?o thnn tn rob tbo el'lrens. n"d tbli ndded
tn tno weient nr tna woes or me nor. .111
of tbeo causes combined to produce tho
1r Ttnnlillnir leetnres aenln nt th West.
minster church tbl evnlnpr
America's (rreateat beverage is Cook's
Imperial Extra Dry Champagne. It is tha
purfl Juice of tho grapes naturally fer
PETTIGREW WANTS NEW PARTY
IJrfonted nnd t)lnnrcitltel I'opocmtie
I'olltlclnn from Mouth llnkotn
lluivls vltk Ulsiiilutmciit.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Nov. 7. A Sioux Falls
(S. D.) special to tho Dispatch says:
"1 predict tho formation ot a uuw party,
based on tho protosts ot tho outraged people
ngalnst 'republicanism as taught by Mark
Hauna," declared United Stntes Senator II.
F. Pcttlgrew this morning. He bad Just left
his home, to which ho withdrew last night
when ho had rcud tho first coustderublo
batch of telegrams which arrived from South
Dakota. Ho coutlnucd:
"I saw how It was going and wont home.
For weeks I havo told tho national commit
ten wo wero defeated In South Daltotu, but
Ihoy havo kept claiming tbo stato and 1
havo been working for political effect. No,
I wns not disappointed; I slept well last
night. I will remain In Sioux Falls nnd t
am now going to rcsumo my mill north of'
town. Defeat Is the moro welcome to me,
as It baB come, than victory would havo
been It It camo by endorsing the sort of
policy which the republican party represents.
"Yes, of course, I will be In the now party.
What 11 will bo called Is ot llttlo moment.
It may bo 'social labor' or It may bo the
'now democratic party.' It will bo mado up
of persons discontented with tho elements
In politics, as a protest against the existing
conditions and the present tendency of
them. The movement will grow rapidly and
I bcllovc will defeat tho republican party
in 1001. Jlark Hauna republicanism menaces
tho republic. Tho concentration of wealth
will create an Influence to restrict the right
of suffrage until capitalists will say no one
is nt to mko pari in me government wuo
does not know enough to make money. At
least the limits will Include a small ma
jority and tbo amount will bo raised until
thoro Is a slmon puro plutocracy. Tho elec
tion does not stand as an endorsement of
nil the administration stands for. The cry
of 'prosperity' and the racial trait are moro
apparent now than ever beforo ot getting
all wo can and keeping all wo get. No
Anglo-Saxon nation ever voted against tbo
party In power whllo Involved In war. I
thought It would be different this time be
causo of general discontent. Tho divorce
ment of tbo democratic and populist parties
will naturally ensue, but tho now party
will bo tho popular ono. I cannot say
whother Mr. Bryan will afullato with It or
BulTnlo Llthta Wntors. both Sprlmru 1 and 2. aro POWERFULLY NKRVF
TOMCutid KKsTOKATlVK. No. 1 Is ul.( a POTENT lil.OOl) TONIC and
is a temtdv of ifxtiMordinary potency in NLUVOUS 1MMGESSION with
its train of distressing pymptoniH, and in all c sen whoro thoro la poverty
or deficiency of the h onJ or where nervous depression or txh tistloti Is "a
pr mmotit syinpli m, No. I Is to bo prcforrcd. In tho absence of thu indications
iiot o given, No. 2 is to bo preferred.
Buffalo Lithia Water for Ba,u b' Grur3 nnd Drugguta generally
Testimonials, which defy all imputation or questions sent to any address.'
PROPRIETOR. BUEFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, VIRGINIA.
WE CURE TO STAY CUREO
BrverldKC on the nenalt.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 7. Senator Dover
ldge said today:
"Americanism won. It was not a po
litical campaign at all It was tho uprising
of a peopio, tho awakening ot our nation
to Its power, opportunity nnd dest.lny. Now
tho watchwords must be conservatism, con
servatismmoderation, moderation, moder
ation. Slapdash statesmanship would ruin
Of the Mlnte Electro-Medical
Inntltnte, 11108 Puritans Street,
Specialist la Diseases ot Men.
you nothlnr. and our eharrea for a. 1
bo willing to pay for Un tenants conferred. We will io
i:. I.. Calkins of Kenrney Is tn tho city.
J. F. Peck of Denver is at the Ilenshiw.
J. A. Parks of York li at, the Merchants
H. P. Coleerove of Chicago Is at tho Hen
R. J. Alexander of Lincoln Is at the Her
Tra D. Marston of Kearney Is nt the
P. W. Klllott of Terre Hauto Is at the
O, M. F. Leflang of Lexington la at
.ClmrlR" 13. Magoon of Lincoln Is staying
at the Millard
J. F. Tlunrle and T. J. Hlckey of St. Joo
nre In the cltv.
D. J. Wright of Fremont Is stopping at
the Merchants. '
W. Rmmnn Cone of Wnhoo Is Btaylng at
If. J. Pansch and wife of Fremont are
gupsts of the Miuaru.
Wl'llam M. Nesblt, n merchant of Tcka
mah. Is nt the Murray.
If. P. Ulodpett of Knob Noster, Mo Is
stopping nt me annum.
A. Cottell, n Chicago packer, Is transact'
lnr business In tho city.
N. II. Cnrscndon and J. H. Manning of
Kansas City ore in umann.
W. S. Hano and wiro and J. K. nrennan
of Chlcatro aro imtrftns of the Millard.
Colonel W. F. Cody unl H. II. Hake of
the Merchants will start for thrf Big Horn
Ilnsln Friday on a hunting trip.
II. S. Iloblnsnn, K. P. Vnlllnnt, Thomas
C, Hyono and Samuel It. Ful'or, all of St.
Joseph, nre patrons of tho Henshaw.
J. V, Jcnnl nnd W. J. Weston of Hait
Ington. J. P. Hurling- nnd fnm'ly pf Koar
ney. Thomas CIiIIvm nf I'lerce. J, A!-iX-nndor
of Lincoln and C. 11. Itnyn of Nor
folk nre state cuests nt thn Her Grand.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. 8. Rolen and J, O.
Hedges of Hastings. H. i"J. M. Uurirenj of
Lincoln, O. H- Swlngley rf I3ontrl" and
Jnmes Colllnfl of Norfolk registered
Wednesdny at tho Murray
NebnisVons nt tho Merchant: Mr. und
Mrs. Thomas Mortimer aed dauphter of
Mndlson. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. lt-s-. rf
Oordon. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. U Jones nf Kit's
City. n. M. Owen of Norfoiw. j. y, ptout
of O'Neill. C. J. Ptory of l'onca and L.
Bcott of Ootbfilberg.
C, Mitchell was fined 110 nnd coats in
police court Wednesday for disturbing; the
peace bv tltrhtlng nt one of the election
An innupHt won held Wednesday after
noon In the case, of Claud Kelly, the :C-year-old
boy who was killed bv being mn
down by a train In tho Union Pacific ynrds
a week ago. The verdict wis .to tha effect
that Ul death was acclUeutal.
Unl Concede. Ilia Defeat.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Nov. 7. Qovernor Llnd,
domocrat, concedes bis defeat for re-clcc-tlon
Forty-soven counties nearly com
plete give Vnn Sant over 9,000 plurality
and tho rest of tho state will lucrcaso the
ItVltraaan to Cliauue ICntlmatea.
"The latest returns have not affected In
nny way my estimate that McKlnley has
Nebraska by C,000," Bald Chairman It. 1.
Lindsay ot tho republican state committee
this afternoon. "Wo have elected the en
tire stato ticket, although Dlotrlch and
thoso below him may fall away 2,000 from
McKlnley's majority. We havo tho First
and Second congressional dlstrlctu abso
lutely and are almost equally confident
that Morlan will win In the Fifth. Hayes
has Just wired mo that be believes ho Is
elected In the Third and I consldor his
Coughs and Colds
IN ONE NIGHT,
Tho Romody that Cures
Catarrh and Bronchitis
by Inhaling four times dally.
Tho Romedy that euros
by breathing It for ten minutes overy hour.
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TUB a. V. BOUTU CO., Ithaca, N. Y.
Varicocele, Stricture, Contagious
Blood Poison, Nervous Debil
ity and all Rctlex Complica
tions and Associate Diseases
and Weaknesses of Men by
Ouf EIictro-Medical Treat
ment, Which Combines all
the Curative Powers of Both
Medicine and Electricity.
We want every man thus afflicted t
?v iiuucbu- invesuKuio our spccmi uieciro-
Med'cal stytem of treatment. Wa Invite tn
particular all who huve treated elRewhare
without success, and all those wlumn rim
have been abandoned by family physlclina
and so-called experts. We will explain to
yn'.' ueh trntmnt has not cured you
and will demonstrate to your entire satlafuo
tiun lli.u wu can cure joj sutoly. oinckly
and Dermanentlv. Our counsel will cost
.perfect cure will not be more thaii you will
Confrr1. W Kill Aa 1' rrm uhIwm 'miiiiM
you 10 uo oy us 11 our cases were reveraea. certainty or cure is wliat yol
want. We can and will cito you, by permlsalon. to some of the best citizens of this
city whom we have cured and made hippy, und who will cheerfully vouch for our
tlnanclnl as well as professional standing. What w kava done for then wo
can do far rou.
VARinnPFI C Under our Ulectro-Medlcal trnatmrnt this Insldlsus disease rapidly
wIIIIUUUl.Lt disappears Tain ceasrs almost Instantly. The pools of stagnant
uiuuu mo unrtin irom me uuaiea veins ana an soreness ana swelling quicniy uo
Blde. Every Indication of Varicocele so n vanishes, and In Its stead comes tha
pride, the power and the pleasure of Perfect health and restored manhood.
RTRIPTIIRP ur Electro-Medical treatment absolves tne stricture completely ana
OlfllUIUflL removes every obstruction from the urinary passage, allays all In
flammation, .stops every unnatural discharge, reJuces the postate gland, oleantea
and heals thn bladder and kidneys, Invigorates tho noxu.il organs and restores
health and soundness to every part of the body affected by the dlsaaae,
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON ?ouMtaseV
life work.nn d Is Indorsed by the best physicians of this and foreign countries. It
contains no dangerous drugs or Injurious medicines of any kind it goes to tha
very bottom of the dlscaso and forces out every particle of Impurity. Soon every
sign and symptom dlcapprsrs completely and forever. The blood, the tissue, the
flesh, the bones and the whole system are cleansed, purified and restored to perfeot
health, and the patient prepared anew for U10 duties and pleasures of life.
NFRVMI? flPRII ITV Mpn. nnv of you are now reaping the result of your
itniUuO UbDlLII I former folly. Tour manhood is falling and will soon ba
Jo! unless you do something (for yourself. vThere Is no time to lose, lmpotency,
like all sexual diseases. Is never on the standstill. With It you can mske no com
promise. Klther you must master It or It will master you and fill your whole fu
ture with mleery and Indescribable woe. Wa have rated so many cases of this
kind that we are as familiar with them as you are with the very daylight. Onca
cured by us you will never again be both -d with emls'lons drn'tin. premature
ness, small or weak organs, nervousness, falling memory, loss of ambition, or simi-
lar symptoms which rob you of your manhood and absolutely unill you for study,
business, pleasure or marrluge. Our treatment for weak men will correct all theee
evils nnd restore you to whut nature Intended a hale, healthy, happy man, with
purulent, meutul and sexual powers rs complete.
RPFI FY nil-AFQ Many ailments are reflex, originating from other disease.
"LI LLA uld-rtwku Tor Instance sexual weakness sometimes comes from Vari
cocele or Stricture; Innumerable blood and bone (Vnfie otn renlt 'm rontawl.
ous blood taints In the system, or phys cal and mental decline frequently follew lm
potency. In ti-oatlng diseases of any kind we always remove tha ur.tfin we cur
THE ELE3TR3-M-313AL SPECIALISTS OF THE DIFFEOT DEPTS.
.of this Institute by their special combined Electro-Medical Treatment ar mak
ing many wonderful cures In diseases of tha
Nose, I'liroit ani L'ttifi, HJ. Hsrt, Stontih ni'Bmriln, Llvar,
KlJrtiy.i, Kluti u ttls n, Ctt irrli, t irlysls, IMjs, ets
Privutj D.d34sjs. Citi(,ou4 Bii P.33i, R tpturo, Strlctur ,
V.irloaolc, Nrvout Debility and
ALL ALLIEl A!U ASM3IUE DISEASES OF MEN.
PORnCQDnnnEMPC One personal visit Is always preferred, but If yon eannot
UUnnr.OrUllUr.ilUr. call at our office, write us your symptoms fully. Our bom
treatment by correspondence Is always successful. 1
Legal contract given to all patients to hold for our agreement. Da not hesi
tate. If you cannot call today, write and describe your trouble. Successful treat
ment by mail.
RcforeniJS Bist Binks and Landing Bttslnsss Mon in thin City.
CONSULTATIO.1 FREE. '
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