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PRICE TWO OffiNTS. 23D YEAH NO. 0,902. WASHINGTON, D. O.. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 18H0. r.OO.M, WKATHRK FOItKCAST. For the Ditfrict ef OtfwnMn, Ewtm rcvnsytrama, AVw Jernff, IHtawtre, Mmy- and and Yirainia, fait, tKahtt warmer: nvt turfy windt: fair and ro der n'edneidag a f to noon. I Fashion's Decree, IF you make any preten sions to being in society it is absolutely necessary that you should have a FULL-DRESS suit. There is not another such stock as OURS in the city, as we have lull-dress gar ments of every description in full suits, or each garment separately, made from the finest fabrics, exquisitely trimmed and thoroughly tailored. It is impossible for you to get a BETTER fit than WE can give you, as we have all sizes and shapes and can fit the tall and slim or short and stout men as 'easily as those of regular build. Remember that our AMERICAN method of business is to give purchaser full value for every dollar spent with us. Robinson, Parker k Co, AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, ti. I'. Corner Nevcitlli uml IINti. ST. XV, Hl'HOIAI. NOT1UH8. l-y-.- " s- igTiujiKsmviNa wekk ATTH CBXTHE 2JAXKBT, tho Marks will be pn as Jellowsi TUB8DAY,XOV.a, frsxai a. w. until Sp m. WEDNHSIUY. NOV. m.iromi a ubiU lep. ta. THUHfiDAY, NOV. ST, Iron 5 a, n. ualll tQM a. m. Ily iraklee pure esrif la I be week both dealer aud pur chaser are beaekWtl. Every street ear line is Mm city passe the rusifcet. In lbs proportteaa aad artaage icrnu of tb baiUiaci aadia tba aaaaaat aad variety of te product aad MiapUM offered tbeiefor sale, ike Ctealre Market ta by every oread Bill ltd to be THK yiSHJ" KAKKKT iA'TUSWOKU). SOV.'lJt J-IO WHOM IT MAY COMCKJtS! Tla (lata bat arrived whea bomum who ne bills aiu.t pay these or lose their credit. Co sot take offense waaa you Moeive our ii. in.i'3. but U you are aaable to par u4 ii il some artaaaemeat wiUi 1st: patty you owe toward a settlsaMavt. VAiiiwowant U PwSeettoa (or w atr cLauu against thatelaasof persoN whoea. I ut will uot, pay tbatr itiU. 1'Lii.e i-crom who have failed to atake any rraB'davect lor aettrbif their bit after l.aiLt Utu properly setUted, will he m t.ited to the uawber of the Mufehaats' Mutual Protective I uka December 1 a ua vi ithy ufitedit. 'i his i13ulIiUiiii mbruai aucchaat. doc- toi. lawyer aad all other LuaUieaNtt, trade n J prolersloBa- Uoi tusasber wUl Mad la Ut ol uii-i, uf vcraou who he-ve failed toaattja ,i uike attmmi-irmm therefor ut tia for 1.-vim 10, Ctuir! Mat toil Haakl : ui u'lori j. a ia. aMuwr, t aunif- IHT1B AualoaatM, (use. ( Kiath aad B itiwali aortbaett. ii letid promptly Wialaaof etwry m illli, mux. BBIO 1UUO, OCM. mu-b WATV- Adacc, Made aai fM ihM MM yrofMiftly Persusal AtwuTioB GJvea awae. !Ji.ilB rSJ'HDi D4LY. -17 lirMOajtr aad Ca raster, vm Ka. V . W 4ni3 tu advbw Um Wlkto tbt Wot Qik vt eiry d.i.-tipUu VW KMeJX WOnB a tvutiou u.t Uia aawtf. aaihtr irrtf w4 xt.:i orwim a ymtr- mmm-lm grKlaOVAX. smwmm i uruer fa . awl Uib tt., IJdve ruouved tolal Uthst n w, Opwite btar uaUc. JB iai SI'KOIAT. NOTI0R3. TO fHK rUBMO. Hartn reUrert from the Arm of RMWOSS A UflowW, 1 taKen'ranira la lnfotmfncmy friend ami the rmhllo thnt I oa be f-rawl a'. myoflW', 001 TMilh street n. w , where I am cotmrtcttne a ceuei ul RAL KSTATK, LOAN and INSURANCE , DtJSISBfW. rrtiuiTtt and perxmM attention Rlren to Ml matters plectd In my hamls. Ilespectfnlly, Jambs!4. Brown, M Tenth street n . rr. Telephone Call 4) 2. rtorii lm Kar"Arnoro3 Tnu strinqsnoy of THE TIMBS. In these time of the apjrtrenf lose cnrl ynf meny tecnrltle theshrewrl ami conservative Investor I very apt to tarn In Life Immntftce M the best of all safe Investments. Here are a few of the advantares: Yon pay :n small Installments. Yon rnn no rlsfcs. Ton ret from t to S per cent, oora pouml Interest. You eeenre protec tion. . Yonr heirs receive the amount of yonr policy shonld yo die and yon tceelro nearly as much aptln as ynu pay In should you live until It matures. You also receive this money when yon may wantltmost-lnymirdeelln-Inp year'. Why hesitate about making sneha safe, sensible and profitable lnvest rnrntf You oannot di belter with your money. Have your life Insareil. Bowes a IIall. The Equitable Life Assurance Society. notMm 1MB F street n. w. IJCjgpTO THE PUDUCI In tnit1lng contracts for brickwork d osKrii V . Collins, UK r street northwest, wants to advise the publlo that he Is still contracting for all brlcawork. l'romrt attention to work Rnaranteed. nojMJjn S3T'IIAnBKR A MOSS, S3' Eleventh and 0 streets, Ansounco the Following IMrgitns for ONS WEEK ONLY! ltofer's Teaspoons Die per set Ordinary Price SI J6 per sot Stan Hnmllo Cat vers, fully guar anteed ..Sl.Xporpalr Ordinary price S1.M per pair Crown Fluting Machine fi.S0oach Ordinary ptlco SSoaah Old llellablo Clothes-wringer II.T5 oaoh Our Entire Line of 8olsor at to I'er Cent. Discount. CcalHods, 16lnch(H e Ordinary prlco Mo Also a Full Line of (las and Oil St ives, Felt Weather Stilp. Furniture Uundlee and Meclmnlos' Tools. Bahdeiia llos-i. IIAUWAIIX AND CUTLEltY, Oftolte Iloston DtyOootU House. iMivtUlm rSyAMKtllCAN WtNKS FOIt AMRKIOAN TAULBH. rorThankffflrlnK Dinner lluy the TO-KALON WINES. Deputatloa BstaUUheJ. Quality aaaranteed. 611 F.mrteentli street n.w. sort) A ROSY-CHEEKED CORPSE. The tVtclinr Declare the Uonil Wilt lieturn to I.I to, Haxmoxton, N. J.. Nov. 53. The remains of Druggist George W. Pay still lie la the coRin ticro aa they have lain ilncu the 18th Instant, and no )erion can say whether the man U alive or tleid. To all apjwtirancaa he Is deail. Ud has not movtil tt muscle flnce Ititt Tuesday inornlof, when Dr. William Hodze proiMuncl him dead, yet the blush Of robust health still remains upon his cheeks, and the lleslt presents all the Jit in news of life, as he lies outstretched In hU silken bed of white. Ills face Is so rosy ami lifelike that It Is difficult to think of him as a dead man Hundreds of people from the surrounding country who knew him well have crowded la, gs?d aad wondered. Pay died, or rather seemingly died, on last Tuesday mornIn at 10:10 o'clock, after a short illnees. lie had been troubled with klduey dUease. The funeral was set for Friday last In the Universalis Church at this dace. "When the time arrived the corpse pre sented so lifelike an appearance that the family, with a natural sollcltu le and in deference to Mr. Pay's oft ex pressed wish: 'lie sure I'm dead before you Uuiy," concluded to postpone the iBtiriutut, The funeral services were, however, held, and Iter. Asher Moore la bt strmnu txptaiatd the situation, after whtek tee rt mains were takea hick Ui-m. Tbeie the body has remalaed ever sJuee, and it Las been watched by sev eral wewbers -f tue faialy, who are SfiiiitualUts. These people assert tnst a vUlua of Ike deceased has appeared unto tbem. say lag that he will return U life Dr. tlodes declares th it tbU Is all ruwsease. aad doubtlees be U riatbt. The body assumeil deathlike symp toms last nlgbt for the first time. The eyes receded, leaving deep circles be neath; the lingers btcuae shrunken and Mack at the tips, while a ptoaouaced odor of approaching datooipoaUiea was noticeable la the loom. Yet, witk all tkftte UdicatloKs of death the face wore a rigorous hue as though life still re wsiafd. However, with no woveaseat to reward laelr walebf ulaess aad care, tbe family U aow disposed to consider Ike father 0d, aad unless sonsetbiax uufvrseea occurs the remains will be committed to the grsve to-day. Th sensational character of the ease has created quite a Mir in If uftatoatos, and every household is discussing it Pay kept a dtuj store here for years. Upon numerous occasions be waspcose ciitesl lor seHbff llut&or bs Yiolanvat ol tfca Local Optlosi kw. Hto Ue bft kjua ytajm awe into. && kjeeps a hoard ig bjouse In Boeto. Asiaitttnir Mais la TaaoaU. Xliux. Kov. -M.-TtMl AWtA Utr- LflftaaaUrBal rtwiftwirA 3UmmtiwMfk ftttil 4taaaBTamaB -n--Bawr"ra-B------B' arajpa-p was m "jpr'-w VU-Wd filtlaVi PlftptaTwJaiflT OVa-faSl WwT ft tat ail ttr fef tlaatt alaHah in ittil ui nnflt aappjaaaiBpB-p ---m. -anat-- -FlPl'r'"pasiiFaa" ar jayv -ivshb cakes s board the Germ mm steawm Tbe object ot tbbi arr aae mhi t kQ havs) t?f UMlls SfMtiai. wfcflit 1& transit Postal IHitCtor BarAni UNtt 19 Key York and WsUgtoto settle tke Mttakaaaatist iM tia.il tJattaMKti prajipiP'apja'aT p rr airs. 4aa M. Frqhajr cmw to the city )trday afternoon (row Kock vllJe to do sattw sbooplag and while Um1M t te dUolay of cloaks In Sdks' shiHt-aiwtow sever! people joHWd ajateat last and a lew tuoaesus later Kdased her purse coatalala.il $11 1 money, her railroad ticket andaouiie other papers, bbe repot led, tbe loas to tbe police. government: gossip. PoSTMAdTRK ArrtllKTRD. C S Ntl- batirn bus been nprmlnted rxwtrrrnier at Union Mill. Aid., vice O. W. Yelwr, resigned. TtSB TlEMtTTBD. The PrasMenth-t remltlcd the fine of $8-1 In the eie of Daniel McKenna, sentenewl In Pnn sylvnnla to eluht months' ImprlMn ment ami a fine of $85 fof rawing; counterfeit coin. TtIR PllEir)KST' Cai.i.rrs Arrtorifi the c-illers nt the White Ilouw today were- Chief JuMlce Fuller. Senator Dolph, with Judge Semtca Smith of Oregon; Ilepresentntlve Slorrow, Hep rctrntnllve Gear, with R. O. Gmldanl ami .T. W. Mldgley of Chlcigo- General George 1). Kiixglee. PnRitnRNTtAt. ArrotsTMRKTs The Ptesldcnt has nprilnted the follo-vltiir trstmnslcrs: .Tno. C. Goodloe, nt Ttn camhln, Ala.; Will I- Comlngi, Wind sor, Vt.- Chtrles K. Btld-vln, Colum bia, P. D.t Charles J. Nicholas, Clear Creek, Co), The President lm ap pointed A. It. Alfred nn aisisltnt sur geon In the Navy. TiiR Wont.o'8 FAin. Chief Clerk Scvolion llrown of the State Depart ment, who has charge of the exhibit of his Department at the World's P.tlr, hat just returned from a visit to Chi cngo. Ho says that preparations for the fair nre progreselne satlsfnctorlally despite nil renorts to the contrary, nnd he docs not believe there will bo nny trouble In Hie future. DiiMiMAtf op Lieutenant TurtKnrt. The Wnr Department to-day an nounces the dismissal of First Lieuten ant Georgo L. Turner, Klghtccutlt In fantry, on tho 20ih of November last. The charges leadtntr to the officer's dla tnlMal wero vlolallon of tho thirty third nrtlclo of war, disobedience of or ilirc. breach of arrest, conduct unbe romliiR an ofllccr and a gentleman nnd misappropriation of funds. Patents to Wasiiinotonians. Pat ents were Issued to day to tho followtn; Washlnctonlans: II. G. Ilogcrs, colu operatctl shootlnc; gnllcry; .Tamos 11. 0. JtcMurray. cull-holder; Andrew J. Piudy, ship; It. II Donaldson, sub merged wiiterhoalur; Albert Tregu. m mhlncd Pencil Up and sharpener; Samuel IS. Whentley, trolly for under srotiid ili'ctrln rdlwny; S.imuel H Whettlty, conduit for electric rallivay. Hum Oi'KNi.n lllds were oponml to day In the oillce of the Superintendent of the State. War mid Navy llulldlne for turnlihlne cnelnc. billers and dj nnmoo for.lhe completlnn of the'plant now In this building. The bid lers arc: Fori'Mtlmt K P. Hantaan. $1,73-1; llooptr. Smith A Co.. f 1..1S7. For boilers Hooper, Smith A Co.. P.W; Scuiliwark Foundry Company, J-U.5'W. Fordynsmos Ullson Hloctrlo Lighting Ci mpiiny, f 7.CS0. The White Ilouw will be lighted In thn future by the plant In the Slate, War and Nivy llulldlng. Corrcit Decision Assistant Secrj tsry Suldln hat Informed a Iltltl moio Copper Smelling Company, which Inquired whether a drawback can b obtained under the new tariff law on the exrariailon of Ignot ripper pro duced from the smeltlne of a mixture of domestic ami Imported ores, that no drawbark can Ihj allowed on such Ignot copper If the domestic ores uied in the smelting also contained copper, as the Imported metal will not In such rases so appear In the exported article; that the quantity thereof may be ascertained, but it the domestic ores are wholly free from copiter, then the refine! product may be treated as an article wholly manufactured from materials Imported and become entitled upon exportation under proper entry to a drawback to the duly paid on the pure metal In the imported ore, les the legal deduetloa of I per ceut. Gkxkkil Casby's IUroKT. Gen eral T. L. Casey. Chief of Kngineers. has just submitted to the Secretary of War his annual report for the yetr ending June itO, lbft). In it be devote considerable space to District Interests, speaking of the Aqueduct 1! ridge, the wsbr supply, the care of the public buildings ami grounds, and the con struction of an avenue from Washing ton to Mount Yeraoa. Toe report re views btleliy the work of eleaaiag the lower reservoir, and aa appropriation of V!itt!50 is asked. i'u estimate for public buildings aad grounds is i'i, 4 1? St). The aeeesaity for the tec a kiiutll.iu of the J."ag Bridge is agala rtfiped to, and the amount akel for the ci'wpUtioa of the exUtlag project s itn,:ie.V The wastructlou of a hilde across the aster Branch, is i.rUrly referred to. Ganeral Casey aslts an si prt pialica of f 190,000 for hiibor tiKuses tor Washiagloa. Abhy Boako Avroumtn. Th M lowiag flettenU Order Xo. iSH law be. a issued bj the War Depart wtirt: By the dtrecttoa ot the liocretary of War a loard of officer wilt aswatUa at the Army Itultdutz, h'ew York city, 00 the loth day of Qeecssber, IS9U, or as sooa thereafter as praetieahle, to coustderaad ryrotaiaeod a aijHabie MkagaatAe sjsteia Um rule aad earbtues for the atlUtarr sarviee IkUil tor the hosutl Colouel August V. Kauts, Ktghth lulaiitry; Lieutoanutolojuil Kulcrt U. Bail, SUtatufaotrv; Mijor tieo. W. MiKee, Oidimucx lV-jartiatut; Mijor tt bt Davis, KiJth lavaJry; Captain Heary B. "iawu. aVvtuih lufautry; L'ipUlu Stautu.pt E. ittuat, tteduaace uepartuteat. Ine jutdor Meintxer UI set as Mvordar. All tenons Uttcrested la ntagazlud riUts are tattled to sVar la jwrsuu tefore the taad aai uUuM saai plt under such rules a atsjr a 4opt4 by the board- The snus sbaMst4 asust of calitie .30, aad auiat um the Frauklord Ar MBal epdswtal cartridge, esepttaat the Chltt ul Dr-'uiuu-B iy, i his dfcKte ttoa, an wiils auh ytaU sisas. trsespittve of cattbre, lor enaiuinatloe d test a he way judge srtU profe tuirfui to the board. Kvsl 4f- 'ffe ciM.-la ctScer of the Soutk Afc fMtfwaik-S tetorted th arrival o. the Pmilfolt sd EsMtx at koatwldeo. l'ra;ay Debd: LuuteiiC. W. Birtlett from tbe It-ner and ordered t the Theti.. Lkuboaat WUUaw U Bwrer frost tbe receiving ship lftdepwleate A W Grant froas duly at the Uoioa Iron Works. Ss FrIc-. asd ptoc.il on w idling order. LUute-m Itssv K T)Ur and Fusions John D. M Doiwlo and U K Prete fioat the receiving ship ludipciuietw e sad ordered to the Mob tee per steier c the 5th of Pt.t ember 8t lUvokid- The order of Pay Ueorite tie II. Head to the fish t'u stoa ataajner 4.ibio-g and ordne4 to dulv in charge of the oavl clothiajc factory at the navy yard. New York Pa-ted AUtat Pant'.r Vcaak U Clark has been grn'-d mt v-ten slon of leave for six months f r tm the 1st of December next. Tbe tnjt Frwtrtne arrlvetl at iu ton Navy-Yard today. Thr llRvxtLiAtf So.cArtrosr. Ar rangsments have been mwle'Tor rpewlv Inr the Hrar.Illan squadron In fitting style, and the appearance of the visiting rmcets In New York will be the Sienal for the opening of tbe social season by the Government. The Kiifidmn will lie received with all honors by Admiral Ghetanll. ami on the nleht following their arrival Admiral Walker, repre senting the Government, will entertain the Iltaztllan ofllrers at n Imnquet at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. The patty will include the officers of high rank of the Army and Navy now In New York, the Governor of the State and Mayor of the city, as well as a lane nnmber of the most prominent men of the city in official, commercial and legal circles. On the day following the dinner tho visl'nrs, accompanied by Admiral Walker and his aides, will come to Washington by special train on the Baltimore nnd Potomoe road, and will here be accorded a formal reception by the President, who, with his Cabinet of ficers, will welcome Admltal daSUvelra nnd receive from htm the gold medal which the Government of Brazil has had prepared to commemorate the visit of tho squadron to the United Stales. The Ikihax Situation. Hut one till patch relating In any way to the Indian trouble was received to day at the War Department nnd that merely related to the transportation of supplies. The situation at the Standing ltock Agency Is fast Improving, nnd tho prospects nt lloscbud .gency are somewhat brighter. Fight troops of cavalry from Fott llllcy nnd four troops from Fort Wads worth nro on tho way to the Kosebud Agmry. and will probably arrive to day. Yesterday was ration dty nt lloscbud, but not rnnny of the dissatis fied Indians put In nit appo trance to get their rations, the onot claiming their quota being almost entirely those who ttrc fttendly to the whites. No serious trouble Is now anticipated. Acting Commissioner Belt of tho In dian Bureau has received a telegram from Agent Cooper of the Pino Utilize Agency, dattd last night, stating that tho loyal Indians nre liurrylng in for rations, while tho tuibulent ones arc slow about c lining In Tho presence of Uieiiillttnry, ttio dUpiirb snys. Is bav ins a subduing eiTi ct over the Indian. Mr Cooper nlso Mates that he hits Just swt rn In additional police, making 11 loiul of 10O meu. PARNELL WILL LEAD. Tli 1 r IIi rnrllmtinntiiry t'urtr t'lroM Utmiint CiinlliloiKB In Mini. I.oxiwN, Nov. 3.1. The meeting of tbe Parnelllte members of the House of Commons prior to the reassembling of Parliament was held to day. There wag an almost complete attendance of the members on this side of the At lantic. Mr. Paroell as he entered was received with repeated cheers, and many of the members dnted forward lo erarp his hand. He looked calm and self-posteased ami called tbe meeting to order In his usual tone. lie was unanimously re elected chairman and speeches were made by Mr. Sexton ami others, ex pressing the complete confidence of the Irish party In their leader, and urging him to retain his place at tbe head of the party In the Ilcuse ot Commons. Mr. Parnell replied briefly, without any dluct allusion to the attacks upon him. lie thanked tbe members for their continued confidence, and said that, in obedience to their will and that of the Irish people, he would remain at their head ami labor to tbe best of his ability for the cause of home rule In Ireland. The announcement was received wth repeated cheers. The Irish members will deeply resent any assault upon Mr. Parnell la tbe Ilouw and answer it by allusions to tbe Ills gltlnate children of the late King Willi- IV and other noted Instances of English depravity la high places. Tbe speaker, tt Is understood, will take Uriagent measures to prevent allusions of a pereo-al character. POSTAL UYWtm'B. iutar Wauautukar SUou.lv l Kvor r '(', 1st hit forthcoming annual report t Congress poamastt-r General Wt wafer will devote considerable spice to tbe subject of postal saving basks, II j believes tbe syabm to be a good ore, and required by the people of the rnueity. It is hi opinion that much of the present woaey stringency is due to the fact tbt la all parts of the coun try sMey amounting to siillioag is the aggregate is hoarded by Igaonat peo ple, who have a distrust of banks or who do not care to opea accjuats for small amounts. Mr. Waa-Htaker tbials that these persons woukl have perfect eust&d-aee in banks tU-h are part of the geaeral poatorlice lylrni tie will are that the e-tahli-bnu'Bt of suxh banks will la tub, ate habit of savia. Tbe b-ak-. if Mr. Wsaaiamker's m- fcwuteftlous are carried, out. will 4 be brought into loaipetittoa with those already eslablUbed, as they will only he wade branches of poateflee. whe the tkular 1. uke peUlioa for their est.uh- Mr- H anaaaaker does not bwv thai the tla-s it ripe (or teducUg Letter postage to a cent. uim rtva wa4aii -u-ts -'twit at rr-t aja . ljaa M.1L PffW) p aw W 5"PP-awipi "wai-iia btw""WW'1 U Y-.. S. M-. Jfav. .-4 cowkr arrived La thii eity bjAe lt bt Itvau Aasoa t'hteo, a tBiail Me-Ic-a piaa tweaty Ave mil -rtt. Mi io fofa-ed the srtt that a running fght had just ta pa bwe- fMt-as c tvesty eo boys aad kmW - Mi vUs. la vhkb or ve hu4red sbota were eitissgei. resuUiag It th- afl t-s JBp pVpwpaipHPB V RrWflp& "WH WWp akka. Y.Uni-.v alu-aooatt 4,M ociock D-ukl igs. colored hoy U-ae hoj is at Ho. Ut 4 stas-t sortliei-. was rus ver by herd-; Ho. Ti, ddvea by s was sa-u-4 Harover. He ! tsiaed aae-e serio-S -sj-rks to the bead aud but- u.a.1 was attended by 1'' i'nduLh TALKS OF MEN THE NAPOLEON OF PllOTBCTHW HAS ltBTURNBD. MM TO RETIRE FM THE CABINET. Gen. Warmr Says th Silver Mm Will Press On to Frw Ooiag. HUSTON AS THE H00S1ER MASCOT. Colossi SUrrett Prawes Pit- BasA Kats Dvnnertt Wks Thinks In- galU Will B Re-HMted. Major Wllllsm McKlnley returned to Washington this morning. He looks well for a man who has been sand bagged by every Democratic stump orator In the land. In fact, the great protectionist seems to have gained some tlesh since the adjournment of Con gress, In spite of his arduous campaign duties. "I never felt better In my life, nnd was never better prepared to buckle down to work than I am at this mo ment," said Major McKlnley to Tiits CittTic reporter at the Kbbltt House this morning. "No, I would rather not talk nbotit tho late election, becnittc my views were published fully a day or two after the upheaval." "Will there be any changos made In your bill at the short session?" nsked the reporter. "I hardly think so. TheTArlfT law has only been In operation about six weeks, not time cnouirh to Judge of Its ptacllcnl workings. I really do not sec nny necessity lo make any changes whatever." "Do ynu think ttio Home will pas a fice cotUNge so? ' 'I do nut billeve that the House will give the country any additional silver legislation. I think It Is onlyfdrto wait and see the effects of the Ust silver bill." As to the other legislation Ma r Mc Klnley said that he whs confident Hie CI 1 cult Court bill (to relieve the- S.t tucme Court of the United States, a bill to encourage American shipping and the apportionment bill, would be passu. U bclher this latter would be the one already lutrodut-d by Mr. Dun ncll the Major declined to sty. As to the Pederal Klectlon bill the Major de clined tossy much. He ex pressed doubt as to what the action of thc.natevoiild be, though he was of the opinion that the ltepubllcan .enatots nc favorable to the measure. Ho had not, however, conferred with them tiiiott the Mibject, and could not, therefore, speak by the card. The Major thought the appro priation bills would all lw adopted be fme March 3, which would obviate any necessity for an extra session. "In spite of the opposition of ex Piesldent Cleveland I believe that John J Ingalls will be his own successor." The speaker was a reldent of Atchison, Kan., it dyed In the-wool Democrat, and one of the best known business men In tbe West. "You probably know." he continued, "that Ingalls Is personally unpopular, tven at home, and probFiWy couldn't carry his own township; but there are reasons why he should be la tbe United Stales Senate be Is a big his 11 Intel lectually, and a big card for tbe State of Kansas. For these re-sorts certain Dome rut Is tbe Legislature are likely to join bands with tbe Itepubllcms awl help to re elect him." The Hon. A- J- Warner, ex-member of Congress front Ohio, is a good old IVmocrat awl an original silver man. It is said that he has at bis Ituekeye home the largest collection of works re lating to tbe money question, silver, gold and tbe controversy over the single and double monetary standards of aay private library in the cuuairy, PoUtl rally General Wan er way be termed a New York tun IVtaocrai. He takes middle ground ob the tatllT, aad get trslly Is a safe, cue-vrvative m. A Vd by a Cwitic reporter this after iob what the stiver people propose to do this winter, Mr. Waraer said: "We prof c-e to go lUbl ahead f r tbe unlujilted use of silver the saane e geld, drwa-ding that tbe tvo w-t-ls be t-ade money wssteilal without lltuit, as tfcejr were through the wlude -tu.r of tbe United Stat. ut! IV "What ahi ut Cleveland awl the noesl saito of i! r "EWfore uaweriag thai," said Gen eral Wancr. "let me assure you that in y opi-loB the result in the recent lelj was nut vote fv free tratle. It as a vote agunt the other estreat, the psv-IMtio of foreign trade, which was the u-tlerlytog iirbs-iple of the McKisley Mil. The middle grouad of dU'iU-laatlna duties to equalte the d.Wer-9-e ia ituUtl eo-dltlons is the pilosipbicl grouwl ami is hW bjr few Mths ( ouf pMple. Koar as to Mr. CtevtU: d, I be views be has heretofore held asul expr-saed aa to silver would, if he still peniatsitt th-ju, to-viiatly defeat -lea. t saw us tue. C-jiK ytstrdy that Mr- ClevcUad has m-lectd a chajtee bt his views as to -liver atd is bow bt accord with, the wi-fets of the great j,iity of the f eofte. If ifei be ti ue H wo uld gre-ily siri-Btthc- bios to the evet of his ao-'ai aatioa to leVJ. 1 aaa l the opiata ever thv ,mluaw " Put who th fei-ttiiiiee would be tien tifti Watser decttawil to I'ledkl. TaHf Pi T-tWMr. Jawei h. Hurtoa I U $jm rtvsved. It i aw said that he will arti. tit lie tbairu-B-bip of the K I p.baexi WaU C itte- of W party ) uj l-uiaa if be be ft rtu-lly aaked to 1 do so. Mr. lluto ha- aever ttk4 bbj ' cithT ai fre-ftuxsr. atui eipe-"' t ittlte frmi it ao(-. He uit- a t'-1. iU p-iltlva ut V'ai Ittt !bit. i-i - ; plcthor i.f M.UMiitu in loiiia -U.b cl-bw- -b ut -hat tunc, aad he was ' uwptllt'J to tiike a bureau la otiier to nvcbt giving -J etuik a, chajace to y that be ki so staadt-g wUb -he A-i-b-U-t-. He has rokd eo tiaually au-cu h C-tue b-to the o-a-e. 1 IcdVid, Ms chief weakness as a puhrtc U-SD has bee an irreprea-lble UndiDij to talk S"iu c tbe ilismur -Uub oVLteauiv bi parly iu IlJi-ls awt'.' it 1 ..ti) . . (..(.i) where elce this month, thr hits own n tnrrtlne to him on ih rrttt ot mttiy of thf partv as a jrimd man to direct the cttmpal-fi Ih 1J He cnalrmtn In l?Wt ami lss, in both of which yeM W party currlpd the State bf .t nsrrt plttrsllty Some of bis f rremls think h ran do It again. Anyway thev w-nt him to Hy. Mr. Hnstrm Is no at bis Imme at Connersvlllr. Intl.. and Is en t'eavorlng to emnlaie Mr tjmv in the statesmanlike ttk of "sawing w r ' No doubt lie 1 waiting for the "rnttt aetow the way," as he lately slyhjd PrtsWent Harrison, to extend a call lo blm. An Intimate friend of Sef.retary IMalrte la auihnrlty for Hip statement that th-e Prtmler will leave Piesldent Harrison's Cabinet before, or Immediately after, the adjournment of the coming sion of Con. rem. Why? llecausf he wants to go In training for the Presidential nomina tion. There la no digulslng the fact that .lames U. Itlalne ipilte agrees with the great body nf Republicans that he Is the coming Mocs of his party, and It would be cmlwrssMng to both" for him to remain a member of the jnllllcal family of a man who dreams Iridescent dreams of belna- his own successor. How can ltlatne keep prominently before the country If he retires to the shades of ptlvate" life? Is often asked. That Is easy enough to do. He will go tight on Issuing manifesto In reeard to reciprocity, and thus he will continue to have nnd keep both oats of hli iwtl.v. Colonel William Sterrett of the Gil vestnn Dallas ..Yew Is nn enthusiastic tllsclplo of the late lamented Iaaak Walton. In other words he Is an as siduous angler. He hat pursued the tinny tribe In nearly every stream from the 'Lakes to tho "Gulf and from the Mohawk to the Pecos. He has caught trout In the mountains nnd tarpon lit the tea. He has "kll'ed" salmon In the Saeuenay and netted pomptno In Mobile lliy. Ho says of Potomac btss. "There's no llsh like the Potomac bass. Pvo fished pretty much nvury- wliprn nnit T nnvrr snw Ilb tike nm. They're the gamest Hah that swimi, and properly cooked llie most iieiigitiiui morsel that ever tickled the palate of an epicure. I don't believe tney let any other luh live In the river. They must kill 'tm off. Anyway, I never caught anything hut bass. I tell you thuv're a game fish." Congressman C-egsweU of Mitsachu ett, one of the few llcp.tblican mem bets from the Hay Slate who escaped the late cyclone, Is In town for the wlntt r. "Will your partv lake a b tk track on the TatllT bill ?'" nked Tub Chitic tepmter of Mr. Cmrpsvictl. "Not a back track. The McKlnley bill will not undergo nny changes at this sestlun of Congress. That meas tite should he given .a fair trial, and I think It good policy to wait t tee Its ciTicts. I believe the bill a good one Sood for the whole country and that me will prove what I say. "Will your tarty Hy tho twrk on the Force bill?" "That's out of my bailiwick. Tint bill Is now In the Senate, and I am not prophesying what dlpotltlun will be made of It, because I don't know." Colonel Thomas C-vanaugh, Deputy Ferjjtsnt-at-Arms of the House, was about Wlllard's last night, looking as handsome and robust as ever, despite the whirlwind which recently curled on" to msny of his party. Aked what he thought about the prospects of an extr 1 session of Congress, he replied with shrewd sententlousees: "I don't think the republicans want an extra session." He declined to say anything about I lie next Speakership, though be ad milled that the Democrats had several excellent candidates to choose front. KOCH'S CURATIVE LYMPH. The tlaelut- IMHt-r u ta It. llrtic.tey Tim IVuplu CuMli-UwI. Pabis. Nov. S.t Dr Wurta. dlreelor of the laboratorj of the Medic d School here, has beea appolntetl by the faculty of that Institution to proceed to lt-illa and study Professor Koch's method of treatment. Sofia, Nov. 33 A clerk living in this city, who was afflicted with lu;u ui.it lio visited It-rlln fur treatment with I'lofessor Koch's remedy, hts arrived home apoa'eatly canal. Jit.-i.iK, Kv. 33 fa hli dialed 'tciuie d It vered to day Dr. ller-tsaa (utiBd hs psilvuts that as y-t at al tclute cure had been rS-etetl by the !)itfb tieatme-t of Professi-r K wb. Y1--K-, Nov. 3 Yesterday, lit the rtetettee of a number of iwetlt-al ma. K ng tfctai beisg a representative of tbe Lti-doa I.unctt, Ut Julie aailf-etl Pto'es-or Ktcb's t urativu lymph. H tra t f any -setalllc tu-staac-s or eyanlc ccspotds were fottsd. Nelttter wero p-twawiaea the products of the action of bec-illi aad alkaloid d-t-tltsd by the u-ual t-sta iJy the abua4s-t puav-efe of ptoUid suUsiaoitf p-rlly U long tag to Use ciassea of p-ptoS-s and partly to album-- aad e-y- or aoa-orgait-td fenMs could be dia$u-4 1 i-j. Ko- ." The whok of the we-k't ptofe-sl'W ia l'.ag'iini Is being -jcitahd by the (juetthw. "What U twe practlcl v-lue of Professor Koch's I. S " Th ae pht sbiiaas ol Biro iIbm biiju who wewt to study the scatter at ttsdiiu-rttrs have writtew a letter to a L-riuiBgha-- paper, ta wbleu they sy. -e cases of phthiois and of lupus v uliwiis base uw-iUK-Mn-lily btpror-d ui-.it r the tiealiweut, hot with respect to the latter, we have sees aiHhiajj that mhhi am b due ta the reUUvely fttvoiable hygkntc cotidiiio- uo4r bkb they were at'cA The nlher isk up to th pt bve eUiind bo irkei beasrtt, hut it (swt he i tatw b-S that the first e m ol tih-fclsU was -ejected as reeewtty as "It U ttot iu;pro,-x 10 vittitoe the fitblie that tbe prooswiiog U ot w miU, 8d mi4h th wasiget is a -w ueavottlatk', it H ttrl-.u that a iib, i,judaie ,pptki 11 of the tuth'l w uld be followed by owny vteplofabk at. 4 fatal atcidvjuu." - i ui, 14 , Sov a 4 wttl ey4 Kioi, t!iurihlj a suusket. cteaied Basic vetet!ifc.y oa Ptvhfe:e vaiu He lw f bW KUpukk, a awlier. ol No. l:; Waiuut klrett, who was iklteUtis fxuui t)phoi4 lever. U m liulrivt the uotud tfforia of four ate to wi tt Use guo ftvtn Mm awl coonluct bisihatotht: h.u, whvo their backs vir.. no sootitr lurucJ thao he gashed Ita tlti.-al lib a ta.jr aevt-rtog tbe Vjfisv itl-d UiarS) UlJUljJ bla life. HIS JUST RAGE EX-PRKSIDBitT CWtVBUltD IS A YBRt ASORt M.lf. COMMENTS OM IftGALLS WERE PRIYAIE GfctigR of llrilwrj M4e Agnlmi Sen ator SUaford by a IHwocml, M'KINLEfS PROTECTION YAUWCTORY. He Will Hftke tka SRerl f Hit Uti Nti SBisTh6 Iftintim ef SbsiJl. Tb Political Oailwk. Cl.nVKLAND IS ANOUY. 1I1S t.KTTKR rOMMBSTISTO . t!OVt.t WAS A rttlVATB COMMUStCATtOK. Nkw Yobk, Nov. iW The KanSM City dispatch stating that Nelson P. Acres, Internsl rivt-titw collector tif Kansas under PrtMdcnt Chveland, had received a letter from the ex President In which he expressed pleasure nt tbe tellrtmcnt of Ingalls from the Sonate, was Oiown to ex President Cleveland at his home last nlitht. After reading the tlbpntch carefully he said. "I dlil write n letter to that man, In reply to one he sent me. He wrote that he believed Senator Ingalls would lw defeated, but said he fcart-d many Democrats would volu for him It was just after the recent oiortlmi, and I can not recollect now exactly how my letter was wnrdi-d, but I do rememlter saying that I could not understand how a Democrat could vole for Imcalls My letter was n personal communication, nnd I am surprised that this man should have made It public. It Is remarkable, liHlctil, Hint one cannot write lo a parly ft lend without having his confidences vlolstid. "The chief thing I regret ab ml the publlcttloit nf the leiler, whether quaint correctly or not. Is that It will con vi j the Idea' thai I am gninit ut of my way to lake part in local p illtlc.i! ttrtigglts Th's I have always avoided. a 1 lielleved It to lie the proper course. ' The man must m a fool," 'M Mr. CUvelaml. "In revesl the contents of a liiltr lliHt he knew was written to him In confidence. I write a great many leticts, and It Is Impossible for inn to recollect tbe exact wording of one I sent to Acre. I regret that the letter Is published, comlne as It does from one whom I considered worthy of confi dence." The letter as published said: "There Is no one thing of the same grade of tm tvortance which has resulted from the tcrent ekctlon which ought to please Di mncrnts and decent people so much as the protpet't of the retirement of In galls. I do not know what kind of a Dtmocratlt would bu who would nit labor in tiason ami out of seasoa to prevent the return to thn Senate of this vllltler of everything Democratic, who has been put forward by the ltepubll can party to pour abuse too bad for even dectnt Ilepublloans. and who was made Presiding Ofnecr of the SeMU to crown their Insults to our party." VAM'.DICTORY ON PHOTKCTION. mkisley wit.r. iiKt.iv git it nv TitK I BKSlDKSiT'e ADV ICK. Nk Yonit, Nov 83 A special to the IltrtUd trout Washington says: "President Harrlwm is greatly cbagtinetl at tbe dissatisfaction caused by the operations of the McKlnley TatirTWlt. He believed-aiul this be lief was shared by tbe leadina men of bis party that, notnittiinding the unjust provisions of the bill, the c tut try would soon look upon It with equt nimlty aad In time become Irtdiffereot to its exactions. This cheerful view of the situation disstated to some extent tbe gloom which followed the reeeat Republican defeat art! gave the l'rtrsl dent fresh hope for the future. Hut the inopU) nf the country, with a per virscritss which neither the President ur hit party cart mtterstaaii, sot oaly refuse to be satisfied with the law. bat ate ot Btlsualiy rledtig new objecii ms to It. "The Pffsfcleiit sees that somelbla? must be dotw, and that quickly. t the advl f hi eosBOvMbst advia-rs he has written to M- McKlnley, telling Uat that be roust, at tho earliest nut Bit, ttf ta his place, and in a well considered, compreksuive speech ew deavor to show uw gveaUy the law has Wen misrepresented. There is ao dwb' that Mr. Ut Kinky will gladly eatbtaee tho opportubity, aad, it nay be a Wed, there t aot the alight! demttt that hts explanation' will be so till-d with aophUitries and clever evasbtas as fully othtr tatertstied peraoos, for a wan ia public Uf Is better qttaUSMt l BMhe the worir appear the better reaaoa- "U sehsrtb U1 be BHiag ue. for be 1 ri. t ooly the eu&st epeBt of thproUe!Koi4e In eUlter brtH.-U of Cwofjress. but as rult tf W Uy aby be tw. Mls swsrtyf to its pla cipala. It U txpecK-d that hie speech wul, M.riujy spttkiatr. pove the eetatrat effort ef bi WUittive career. It wUl doubt U, he tht: last opportunity h wtlt coj.y to avidrew the cmntry before Ui retirement 10 private life. It will be at owe an eplaaii;a and vakdktory." AtiilN&T MTIWIWW. TUASfE WMM ST TSBM T SJOP..: t YkMUS M-ttAStM. N tw 'oa, Nov. 35. X spociai to th MrtM ftoa tt Wablilo corripooj tt taj a '1 Ut Ni w York bu-tucw oieu WBO MC sid'l l" be dewatidiug the pd asgo of bibrtal -ubrtl U12 at tlic c m iiiit HStiiii Viiil bu.. to imiiiiu t'iti. de!ajttde. If they as o,. o. 1. L tUtv WOB't fet SMivthtmj, th kej i. lU m w&ka i held !.v Mr. Vmm, who. t - always tiB upi'Matd to SUbiUka, tie Bs tie 1 .UDi v ' la tha C iwasistee twltwks t l. b will ili-'ir ttiui whether tibiae MUa io .ouie UUre '.be Ei i-j Ua tB Bouse oImiAm aw tb. io Frvw sutuddy btils svbUU i'M: the o'enate The rto,uJM ivwfHit buis ase Uo o 4te citkuilar. Mr. Pt liutiar thioh hl Bitftsurta the hettst oe. bu.tif isoealaer bVed Btbttfft to ttot he wowhl 1 iBtHr' to iubs'itutiot g.Bator Frye's Wh for b i 1 vk I tu. told Mr CnUU.'ii 1 iokj 1 u all of Ibe Luiasuiia aa iitual'ij bad lU U rhaltmnrt of th ApproTH'tm t;,n" miltee, and he knows thWB ow't i money enough In tms Trwtwry to p ty the brntntres which would itecnie ttmler the pTopoaed legislation. Hut If tbe Posttfflce Committee trots a omtIMoi In the regular appropriation Wll for sub sfdlrtng the malls to South America Mr. Cannon won't have much to nay abnnt It, as hl committee doea not con trol lhal bill I am told that ir-KTO.fWI. orpcrhnrts even fflOO.OOl, may be set trsMe for ftonth American sttt1dt,. PotimnsteT Gerterwl Wanamaker favors doing something, and It may be s'lppc 1 through rinder the plea that a Wtlrf of ihh) pnrt Is In the line of Secretary Illalne's reciprocity policy." (TIAHQKD WITH UKHiKltY. fKhtOtS AI.t.ttOATHS AOAtJfflT TAX TOItll RT A mtritATKtl CtJtiHttATR. 5A!t ritAitTtara, Nov. 28. Bit-Stale Senator P. T. Murphy, who was the difcKlttl Iemrcratlc candidate for the Slate Striate ftom this city, yesterday obtained an otder ftom ?nperior .lodge Finn, citing Senalnr fUsnfonl to appear Ik fore the Court Commissioner and an swer to ihe charges of bribery In the rc ctnt eUetmns. Mr Murphy charges that be was defeated because of money thrown Into bl district by Stanford, who was working to secure a llepub llcan majority In the Legislature that wt uld re el. ct him. Murphy claims to have evidence lo support his charge. HULKS MUST HK CHANGKD IF THIS SRXATK IS Tt) OABRV OUT TUB ItKI't HI.1CAX 1' HOOK VMM IS. Nkw Yohk, Nov. 95. The Tribune' 1 Washington cnrresHimlent says: "It li already apparent to everybody here nt tbe Capital that If tho Senate Is to pass any measures but appr oprtatlon bills at the coming session It will bo obliged to tstry out at once tho pledge which wst flgtiid IbsI September by forty-three Itcpnbllran members and modernize Its obsolete and antiquated ru'es of pro cedure. Without the Immediate Intro duction of the 'previous question.' or some tqually illtclent tnethixl of testotlnx tne control of business to the tiiHJorlty, the passage of an Klectlon bill, an Apportionment bill, or any other pkee of important polities! legislation, will be prsctlcallv Impossible. "'i hi re has lcn from the start the strongest determination on the ptrt .'f the Ii mncrala to defeat Ihe r'cderitl Kit ci Inn bill by any means that might (ITir. and Ii is now becoming clear that an equally hitler tight wUl be m lo r-cslnst the ptoposed bill for the appor ilot tm lit of lteprcfentailves tinder the Kleventh Census. The anxiety of the Dttnrrrstlc Feiiators to defeat wbat the are pieptrlng to denounce as a 'perllsan' spvortlnnment bill Is even pieatir, perhaps, than that In stlile the t tetint fimate ineamre in the Interest of bmtt CnngrcMionHl elections Many D iiiocrnts do not believe that the Sen ate will attempt seriously the passage eif the Klectlon bill, nor are they ai solicitous now as they were before t'.ie IsU election about Its operation, shuttld It become a law. "If the Kepubllrans In the H.uttu d their duly and m.ilntsln a v'ln: quniuni unthlng can prevent the possago of an Aptortlonment bill Ihrtutgli the popular branch. Hut If the Senate rules me not changed at onee tbe Dutnocnfs have the fullest cnnmlenceln their abll Ily to defeat auv measure of aonortloo merit which they may phase to condemn as In the least partisan or unfair Tb lie publican Senators, fortunately, will be is H better Kwltlon than ever to en force their right at the coming seealm. 'I be admission of four new meinb rs ftom the Stst.-s of Idaho and Wy xulng will Increase the Republican strength to 31 out of a total ot b$ a clear nuj u ty of 14. Porty five Senators will mtk a quorum, so that evert with the absence, of six of it number the majority would still be able to do business without a-k pg the consent of the oppiaiihm Among tbe probable absentees, too, for a I nit of the seasloa wl'l be 8eotor Teller ot Cedorad. ob of tbe few op pceeBls on the Republican side of a thange of rules, Mr. Teller Is a cin-li date for re eltctloB and nay be ('ti'liol to.pcod a part of the costing winter la Denver. The adoption by thehVatte of sobso asethoti of closing debate is Is fact, looked at bow aa a foregone coBclusioB. But of course even ao simple ami sensible a change ia prn 1 wititsty metbods nay fee ttpeeted 10 heouwe the momeatous propoithisi of a levolutioB in that somuoknt and -i tetvatsvfc body." w mi mm sum The t.eo.o i'wkmm ts etva th t'ita T-sr. I'ltmt, ttsw. Ho. , Tw ' 1 ' n,tfclBg of the W.eaXj.Oeiy window 1 c-. trust, em brae log forty en factories i! f and it luding Pitt.fcurg, will be bi 1 1 is Chicago to-day, at which liuie a't tUa t!iiUUhu;enUiuaw Mutrfaewitl firm ally treBsff ttttir plaats to the tnw J Ifcf prtc of wisiow gins wt" be a.' I voiced at tne-e 3 atrr" estib ', ifbd price of Ihtti .- i. n -(."miui of o and 5 per fiii i r 1 . tnh and T3, its aad t rr U- qtMlBUtUs. ThU ItU'-t u BUt'v I 'MA wIrH glass p 1- . tii(iii- ISaitt. at e..... . t- Ni i Nov . it.iivc ol tb- Kin ti..p!(ts 1 1 ui ! iec jad 1 ut l'lv. ' 't Tb miti w- a and Li Ka- i.frvie i ji t ben tb iviii v it ana v. ' , 1 ; hope iul'tatt - 'i i thy Ual 1 Uin ' daVS t i if lilrUl -i!.! . ri4li TU. r. 1- ruBg p -5-1 . Lit Ibu j tr ubit i I ! settled 1 ' I. ut: ti a - Ml 1 W cc 4. 1 I 1 a.Ll Llil'. ; 11 ild'lUli.! 1 v a.t.1 4,1 nq ! 1. t-v 1 vy Ik; lT . olU 1 ft'iliiii (. d be b. t ' ' iv miu t u ty 1 $aJ .11 b po -.- N v - . si.. . J i .. 1-. 1 tfh. L 1 Alt.v.i I . Ftik-n "v bt v, 1 , the -r.. ,- 1. "J, 1 ' mi b .- Par'. 1 --, 1 .( ( tru- U ' It il a - 1 kl.ttd . 1 v le a . ght,-t'.-t ted .tdtsii.v 111 tin.lii i;i.-, e iii . N v ds v wt.b l "iJir u. k .. aajKit ot tfctrew.'d ttunv .oe t Xew X stV a abort time aao. oa advance i ftbt tit o tdl cwm veria aboui J utr cet ftottt ChU-JWO to Uw 4tl.. ui Coaathaagvasiaiu ta.a. tt! !Lc kn jl ulu. r rvu.it xttiicjl icii iu.iui i M oofs iii li.iw.iu, Paikt v. t.1. iItuot I.. iLsl i(i.