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JiOVF.R BER I*. IBM. DAILY PBFUB By tl» yw, l« Ui advance "r tT *t tbs *nd ol lb* you. By U»o month. 60 cent*. The DAILY PRESS Isdwtvere* at am* rate* .very D.ornlnt to iubscrlberi In all porta ol Portland, and In Weitbroe* amt «ouU» Port land. MAINE STATE PHKBS (WaUtlD Ity im year, It m aaraMca, *r E1.S6 at tba rnd ol tha you. For ala months, #0 oents; lor til me mouth*. 56 wms —- subscriber* »tins* p*o«r* »re not delivered promptly are requested to notify the oflloe *f lb* DAILY PRESS, No. W7 Kxchanc* *u*e» Portland M*. Patron* of >h* PRESS who are learlnx towu temporarily may bar* th* addrosa* ol their rapers chanced as often as they may dealra by notUrmc tb» olBae___ The New York police h»» Jnat un earthed a gang that has been doing e thriving business In procuring fraudulent divorce*. The demand far dlvoro.s must be pretty lnrge when It exceeds what the liberal law* ol New York osn rapply, and a proll table business oan be done outside the law. __ While Quay olalms that enough ol hl» friend* have been ohoaen to the legl* 1 at ure to assure hi* election to the eena toreblp beyond all doubt, hi* opponent* assert jnat a* loudly and confidently that they will be able to defeat him. What th* a._xa a . _ill_™— _kan tkn lAffUlntniH meets, ana probably not before. Undoubtedly the next legislature will repeal the law authorising the game com missioners to Issue Hocuses for shooting deer In September. The owners or Um ber lands oomplain that the presenoe of hunters In the woods at that time of year gives rise to many dree causing great losses. las gams commissioners will make no opposition to repeal. Mr. Bryan published hie letter declar ing that under no conditions would he aeoept the Nebraska senatorshlp just In the nick of time. Hal he delayed a few days he would have had no opportunity to make a display of his self abnegation, for It now appears that the legislature Is Kepuollran and henoe Mr.Bryan oonld not get the senatorshlp If he wanted It. The election In New Foundland has re sulted In the overwhelming defeat of Held, the great contractor, who aspired to rule the oountry in order to better carry out his Bnanolal sohemes HlJ de feat Is remarkable because be seemed to have control of the sources of national prosperity In the Island, and coaid there fore with good reason olalm that to defeat him would be for the people to strike a blow at their own Interests. The Bond ministry, which has been successful, Is committed to reciprocity with this oountry and 1s opposed to union with the Dominion of Canada. It appears from an article In the Fort nightly lievlew, written by Sir ltobert Hart, the British manager of the Chinese customs aervioe. who was in Pekin during the siege of the embassies, that the trouble in tbe capital was precipitated by tbe attack of tbe allied foroes on the Taku forts The Chinese government oonstrned that as an act of war and Immediately notibed the foreign ambassadors to with . draw from Pekin within twenty-four hours. They refused, expecting that tbs allies would maroh to their relief Imme diately. Sir Kobert says the escape of the embassies was due to the power and In fluence of some of the Chinese. The Chinese regulars had they been unre strained oould'easlly have demolished tbs legation buildings In a few hours Here Is tbe explanation of tbe remarkable fact that the embassies were able to hold out so long. They were really saved by Chi nese lnllueDoe. Sir KoPort's article puts tbe Pekin affair In a light muoh mare favorable to tbe Chinese. No explanation seems nossible. however, that will mltl gate tbe crimes committed against the missionaries at Pao Ting Fn and other stations. Senator Platt flatly announces that Coler will not do for candidate tor Mayor of New Yoik, meaning of course that If the Democrats should nominate blm tbe liepnbllcan machine would not support him. His ostensible reason for oppo sition Is because Coler voted tor UryaB. It oau be said right at the start that If national polltlos are to be dragged Into the New York munlolpal campaign no eoalltlon of tbe elements opposed to Tam many will be possible, and Tammany will win Its usual vlotory through tbe dissensions of the opposition. In order to bring about an etleotive coalition politics have got to be put one side, and a candi date selected tor bis honesty and bis oppo sition to Tammany. It voting for Uryan Is to be regarded as ao offenoe, and a man otherwise qualities! refused a no ml nation solely on acoonnt of It then the resentment of every man who voted for Bryan will bo aronssd, and a reform campaign will be affectuallJy bandloapped at tbe start, for tbe Bryan voters In New York exceeded by nearly 80,000 tbe sup porters of all the other candidates. Bo clear Is this that It Is Impossible not ^to have a suspicion that tbe purpose In ob jecting to a candidate because be voted for Bryan Is to pat an effectual trig In the way of any reform movement at all. It was through tactics closely analogous that ths movement to make Beth Dow Mayor was defeased, and Urea ter New York put Into the complete possession ot Croker. Of course the big boss will be immensely pleased at having this Bryan Jlssue raised. Mr. Bryan shows unmistakable signs of an intention to refuse any attachments that might interfere with another crusade for the Presidency. Boms days ago when the Nebraska legislature was thought to have been carried by the Fuslonlsts be refused to have anything to do with the asaatorship and now he has deelloed a ten t housand dollar salary on a news paper, taking Uw ooqmIob to say that be lateade to resnala la pollMseaad apeak and write In detence of tbe polltloal doe trlnee he bellrvee In. A newapaper would, it might be anppoeed, prove an exceedingly good vantage ground fer tbe propagation of bla Ideas, bat anises It was Ms own It mlgnt put him undar some constraint. Evidently what Mr. Bryan wants Is perteot freedom to speak and to act In the way that shall beet pre mote bis purposes What those purposes arefwlli appear eventually, hut It may be ante to guess tbat ha has not yet put awsp presidential ambition. If be Is really con templating another | campaign tor the Democratic nomination he has a neron lenn task before him. There were algae enough that he was tbe candidate this time by rufferanoe. Doubt leas he had an entbuslaatlo following, but bla rapport of that character wonts not have been snffl olent to nominate him had the booth, which was not at heart favorable to him, asserted itself as It might have done. Four years benoe It le scarcely possible tbat this section will be content to follow a section which has contributed only e beggarly balf dosen electoral votes to Its hundred and thirty. On the oontrary It will be Iixely to Insist on exerolelng the power and Intluenoe 1 . selecting tbe candi date whloh rightfully belong to It. That tbat power and lnQoenoe will be exerted for a man wbo has twloe led tbe Democra cy to defeat and wbo baa never bean very grateful to the Desnoaratle leaders In the booth Is vastly Improbable. Moreover among the Democratic maases at the North thero U aura to grow up a strong opposition to accept lag a man as leadar for a third time who has twloe led the party to overwhelming disaster. Indeed this feeling Is already beginning to maka Itself manifest. Bryan has bad his chanoe and mast now give way to some body else, Is a phrase that frequently falls from the Ups of Democrats nowa days ^ CURRENT COMMENT. GRATIFYING RECOGNITION. (Nsw York Post.) It has bean gratifying to observe the temper In which the triumph of the Re publican candidate In last Tuesday's elec tion has bean taken by laad'ng mem ban of tbe party. There has been a general reo-.tuition of what every oandld ob server recognises to be the two funda mental elements In tbe result—that It was not a partisan victory, and that the sound money cause was what attraoced to the Republican nominee most of those Democrats who supported him. "You are here," said Mr. MoKlnley to a crowd at Salem U., od his way from Canton to Washington Wednesday, "to oelebrate a victory won. not by a single party but by the people of all parties." On the same day Gov. Roosevelt at Oyster Ray re marked that "The American people as a whole has shown Its sobriety, its good sense, and ID resolute adherence to tbe cause of clvlo honesty and national honor,'' and went on: ‘‘Again, It should be a matter of the keenest gratitude to notice the way those Democrats who are staunch believers In Bound money and clvlo honesty, and In the honor of the flag have joined bands with their Repub lican brethren. They will share with them the credit for the victory." The campaign managers have talked In mnoh the same strain. "The Republican or ganization bas not won this light," said Mr. Manley of Maine In a little speeoh on Wednesday. "It has been won by the people. This Is not a partisan Republican victory. We oaald not have won this magnltlcent battle but for the loyal Dem ocrats who have sustained us through tbs oontest." Kven Senator Hanna's Inter pretatlon of the result runs along tbe same Hoes It happened, be said yester day, "beoause the peopl were overwhelm ingly In favor of sound money, law and order, and a continuation of tbs political conditions which mean prosperity to the country. The questions of patriotism and loyalty to the age were strong features In tbe campaign, and that., together with toe aid of those you all Sound Money Democrats, bat whom we call American citizens, all oomblned to bring about tbe results 1 Reading Republican newspapers are also moderate lu their tons, and the temper ot the party as a whole D com mendable WILL RE BUSY. The New Attorney-iJeueral Likely to Flad Plenty of Work. When lion. George F. Beiders of this oily becomes Attorney General Beiders, as he oonlldently expects to as soon as the new legislature gets down to business m January, he will And a big raft or work awaiting his attention. There will be do question about bis earning his salary, the Unit few months attar be gets into the harness. There Is the Piscataquis connty murder oase which will Deed looking up, if It tarns oat that the man recently arrested in Boston is really the Edward Hall who twelve years ago shot MuK.1 stole, the bridge builder, on Lake Onawa stream. The Gubeo murder cose will also come to trial Just alter the new attorney-gen eral takes the oath of ottioe. He will be expected to look after the Intereels of the atatu In the Btain-Croniwell matters If the petition for their pardon is pushed and the matter Is still undetermined on the lirst of January. In York county the Investigation of the Funnle Bpragne murder at Bonth Berwick Junction Is hanging Are, and the officers expect to be able to present to the grand jury at the January term In Baoo, sufficient evidence to secure an In dictment. That case is likely to be [ought as hard as any ever tried In Mum*. If the person against whom cir cumstantial evidence Is said to point la put on trial, the new attorney general and County Attorney Matthews will have to make the Agbt of their lives, for the suspeoted parson Is a man of means and good standing, and oaa be depended on to spend his last dollar, If necessary, In self-derenoe. ft Is sn honorable and well paying office that Judge Beiders sacks, but, Judgd by present appearances and pros pects, It Is no sinecure Holman F. Day has a characteristic poem In last week's Batnrday Evening Post, entitled “The H&Uact ol Uzy B. Urr.’ Ueafuesa launet Be Cared by local applications, as they caanol reach the dueled portion of the car. There is only one way to curs deafness, and that is by constitu tional remedies, liealuess is caused by au lo Uamen uuodmon of lbs mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tubs is Inflamed fuu havo a rum bilug aouud or Imperfeo. hsar ug. anil wbeu U Is entirely closed, liealuess Is the result, and uuiess ibe inflammation can be takes out and tills tube restored to Us nor vial condition, bearing will be destroyed forevor; nine casas out ol tan are caused by Catarrh, which Is aoibiug but on Inflamed condition ol mucous - urtaee. Wo will give (hie Hundred Dollari lor any oase of Dearness teamed by catarrh) that can not be cured by HaU’s Catarrh cure. Scud for circslnrs. free. K. J. CU ENEY a CO„ Toledo, O. Sold by Druxglda. Tie. HaU’s Family Tills are the best I ON THE STUMP. A Portland Man's Biprrlrnre In flaw York. Mr. Walter C. Emerson of this olty hss Mist returned from Mew York where he wae engaged In speak leg for the Republi can tiekrt tor abc weeks daring the cam paign, Be had a moat exciting and soc oeeeful tour. Altogether he made about eighty speeches For the first four week* he spoke In New York city, Brooklyn and the cities and towns of the southern part of the state and Cben he wae aaleeted by the state committee at one of tne speak ers to aooorapany Governor Roosevelt In his tour by special train through New York state. 'Cue trip lasted two weeks and extended through thirty counties. Mr. Emerson also spoke with Governor Roosevelt at nit home In Oyster Day the night before election, the last meeting ef the oampalgn. In spite of the fact that during the last two weeks he spoke from horn* In good health anl good rotoe. A reporter tor the PRESS called on Mr. Emerson Saturday and asked him hit Impressions of UoTsrnor Roosevelt and his remarkable oampatgn. "Hs’i a steam engine for work, energy and vitality," was tbe reply, “and then his Integrity and honest purpose Impress one at ones. Us drives horns an argu ment with great power and wherever be camped on the Hryga's trail he heat him easily at his own game. He poured a good deal of hot shot into the Tammany tanks and before he had been two days on his New York trip It became evident to all on the train that there was an or ganized attempt all along the line to break np tbe meetings and arouse tbe Governor to anger. But although under great stress at times hs kept his temper and maintained his dignity throughout, and on the Saturday before election he completed what waa probably the most remarkable campaign tour ever attempt ed by a candidate on a national tloket. Be Is very popular among all classes In New York state and especially so among tbe yonnger element In polltlos." “Was tbe landslide a surprise In New Yorkf” “No! so surprising as It was satisfac tory.” “What Issues seemed to Interest tbs people mojtf' • “Of oourse a desire for continued pros perity, wblcb was thrratenyd by the sli ver plank In particular and Bryan’s can didacy In general, had great weight with many Democrats who voted the Re publican tloket. But taken as a whole, the haul down tbe dag proposition of the Bryan Democracy stirred up the people most of all. The Empire State Republi cans to a man, and many Democrats as well, were firm In their support of Presi dent McKinley on this Issue. Trusts out very little figure In New York, except on the humorous side.”’ “And what about Crokerf” “It Is difficult for adowneaster to com prehend New York politics. But It seemed to bs the Impression that Mr. Croker lost not only his money bat hts head Bis tbrow-out-the-lnspeotors proclamation and those Insulting banners along the route of the Sound Money parade un doubtedly lost Mr. Bryan a great many votes.” “What was the moat impressive event of the New York oampatgn “That parade—a bunded thousand men marching seven hours in a driving Lorth aast rain storm.” NATIONAL LEAGUE AVERAGES. Washington, November 11.—The official averages of the players of the National league of baseball club* have been made pnbllo. Those having batting averages of 800 or more are: Wagner, Pittsburg, 380 Hick, Philadelphia, 318 Keeler, Brooklyn, 800 Burkett, St. Louis, 800 Cajole, Philadelphia, 346 Setback, New York, 345 Beckley, Cincinnati, 343 Tannehlil, Pittsburg, 343 MoUrhw, St. Louis, 337 Hamilton, Boston, 833 Hartnell, Cincinnati, 828 l)uulhj, St Louis, 837 Davis, New York, S& Thome*, Philadelphia, >36 Donovan, St. lioula, 834 Clarke, Boston, 830 Van Ualtren, New York, 310 Dolenanty, Philadelphia, 3JO Kelley, Brooklyn, 818 Schrlver, Pittsburg, 817 Barrett, Cincinnati, 810 Daly, Brooklyn, 313 Hickman, New York, 818 Dunn, Brook -Phil., 300 Jones, Brooklyn, 80• Meroer, New York, 808 McFarland, Philadelphia, 807 Orth, Philadelphia, 307 Douglass, Philadelphia, 300 Sbeokard, Brooklyn, 806 Chance, Chicago, 804 Kennedy, Brooklyn, 801 McUann, St. Louis, 803 Heldriok, St. Louis, 801 Freeman, Boston, 8uo The leaders In fielding averages and their respective positions are at follows: First basemen, Kelley, Brooklyn, Brad ley, Cbleago, 3(8; second basemen. Lowe, Boston, 180; third basemen, Croee, Brooklyn, MI; short stop, Davis, New York, M3; fielders, Barry, Baltimore, 876; catchers, Sullivan, Heston, 883. MAINE PENSIONS. Washington, November 10 —The fellow log Maine pension changes are an nounced: oRionran. , John Hogan. Fort Preble, >tl; Henley, Eastpurt, 86. DCUUE Loreao D. Holmes, North Cornvllle, 83. omoznsx, widows, nro. Special, aaorned October 36, minor of Charles L. Aokly. Buck's Harbor, 814. An entertainment and wblst playing will be the attraction! after tbe meeting of Ivan hoe lodge, K. of P., tomorrow eve ning. 1MW ABTWTBWmm Raymond & Whitcomb's CALIFORNIA TnAiw Im<m BojIbi Ti tty. fenmtor 11. ui I r»>» « Sodium Callftn'i Saturday noo» Daambar 15 An nn(nr[>au«d apportn n lit? for fam lllci aad ladlrtdaal* To Cr.u tin Confirm W1 ho it Chugt of Cl t. Rewwlar ana waj and round trip rail road ticket* will b* accepted ou this truln. 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A Magnificent Production of the Sparkling Musical Comedy, ^Cadet Grirl A Lar*. abd Splaadld Ca.t brad.* by DAN D AIjF «nd Including ADKLR RITCHIE. TOBY CLAUDE. ALICE JIIDIOI BED. *CIIILLKK, WILLIAM CAMKHSOS, ami a Chora, of 00 «!..«! ,( Braulla., Prtcaa—*l.w>, t.«0, 78«, nor, Me. Scats on »fe Monday. Tbnr.dny, Woo. IS. ANDREW MACK 1» hi. arw Military Mclo-dram.p] THE REBEL. FrliUvattdBHartlar wd l*lnrt«v Mtllnw»ml Orancl Marred Concert Sunday, f *F sinv. IN. NASHV1LLB STUDkNTS. The Hungarian Band P. K. MA.TUS, Leader, WILL GIVE A CONCERT Oa Taeidar, the l»th of Nov., at 8 o’clock. At the Opera House. Tickets usual prices. * uoTi&m CITY HALL, Tuesday Eie., Not. 13. FOIO CARDINE R vs. PORTLAND Gam. oiled »..*> p. m. Beau on eale al C. C. Hawes, Jr, Mtula store. UNDERWOOD SPRINC. BioMaim rmlnn ilwiVf nlMl'. MunIC. Card ami Smoking It mint and l»ining Hall, brilli antly lighted by electricity ant heated by steam, do* orated with palms and eveigreen. An excellent menu from which to order Dame and Fish dinners a specialty. Arrangement* msde tor Dinner. Dancinr or Card s artie*. with or without special cars at office of Portland & Yarmouth Kieciric Kailway CO., 440 Congress street. Teiephoue t imvodtf_ ACCklON >ALSv F. O. BAILEY & CO. iKtioneers andCemuiiuuou lertkui Stale.ro®!* 4* fcxoh**f® Stro®U I. O. uu.it. "■ XLLK. man t v CITY OF PORTLAND. Clark Street Bridge. ON account of the rep»irs to Portland Bridge, Clark Mrert Bridge will DC closed to public travel until further noflcr. GK‘». N. FRBNALD. Commissioner of Public Works. i.ov34tf FINANCIAL. PortlandTrust Company, 89 Excliungc Street. Condition at Close of Business, Nov. 3, 1900. Capital Stock,.$200,000 Stockholders’ Liability, - 200,000 Surplus and Profits, - 200,000 Total Deposits,. 2,000,000 Receives on favorable terms, accounts of merchants, arms, individuals, trustees, banks and corporations. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK. • novs-tf SWAN i BARNETT, BANKERS. Municipal, Railroad and Street Railroad Bonds U. S. Government Ponds bought and sold on or ders. Stocks bought and sold on commission. 186 Middle Street. oeusdtt — FOR — INVESTMENTS WE OFFER Municipal Bonds, Water Works Bonds, Railroad Bonds, Bunk Stock. H. M. Payson & Co. 33. EXCHANCE ST. ORGAN RECITAL Congress Square Church. Thursday Eve.. Nov. 15th. at 8.15 P. M. FREDERICK ARCHER, Organt»t. Tickets fl.OO. For sale by Parish Committee. Ladles' Union, Your.g Lame*’ Annex, or at Crass y. Jonas & Allen's. Exchangeable on or altor.NoT, 9th for resented seals without extra cost. novdtPressdtd 15th VWIt I. Promenade Concert and Coffee Party — OF THE SL lluminie’s Conference of St. Vin cent de Paul Society -Wru. Be Held At CITY HALL, Weineeiey Eve., Nov-14,1900 • Supper will be served from 6 o’clock. 1 taming will commence promptly at 8 oY.loak. The Montgomery (ii»r :< will give one ot their famous drills for tne benefit of the Coffee Party. Gents’ tickets "*o eta. I .a lies’, »3c. RECITAL. — AT — KOTZSCHMAR HALL, Tuesday Kv«uiug, Nov, 13th, Uy ALFKEI) A. FAREAND, The World’* Greatest Banjolat. Tickets 40 cents, at all musio stores, to be ex changed without extra charge at Cressev, Jones A Allen's. novtidlw* SUPPER AND ENTERTAINMENT Under the auspices of the Martha Washington Society, CITY TT A T.T.. Friday Evening, Nov. 16. 1900. Supper served from 6.00 to 7.30. Admission, Including supper, 25 cents. novl2dtd FINANCIAL.