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THE MORS, P-TQ TIMES,. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890.
TIE HUGH TIMES
(MCXtMSO. J.VEXIXfl J.5C7 SDNDAT).
uwned and iesueo nr
1UE WASHINGTON TIMS COMPANY
TIMES BUILDING.
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nent J"niiii5y CU dilution mucn
ei filter tliiiuuny other iiupi-r. luiiru
llig; or .-t .-lllnii, published til WumIi
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BONA FIDE CIRCULATION.
The ii dilution of Till'. TIMES
for the mi ended Oe-tobor :ilt. IMS!'.
vus ns lollou:
Saturday. Octolier -4 . "H'."
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Thursday. October -' "tT.GMI
l"rldny, Oe-tober :ltl :I7,5-Hl
Tut ui iiit- in int'ii... ""i",'!''!'
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left ipt. unsold, III ofNee,
nnil coplt-. returned, illiquid,
f 1 0111 news stunds mid
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Total .
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I solemnly snnir Hint the "1 mho
I 11 eorice-l sTiilenieiit ir the oiicu
liiiiitii i i.ii. v ,s.s..i.se. 1 - 1 S-tll.S
for the ween endeM.1 October 110,
lbUi:, nnil Ihu! ciit.1 e"p w ilo
llered in mulled for 11 valuable
coiitsidcriilloti.
wtli.iam r. oliveh,
stipfrlnteiideul of Circulation.
Milrscrlbod mid sworn to before me,
this "list day of October. A. I). 18!HJ.
Ibtiil.) EDWIN . tT.AltK.sON,
"uluri 1'iiblle.
Twelve Hours Ago.
If you ml' any news 111 1 lie morning
vdlllou loot. In the list below. Whin
jim'ii' looUtug for irns pt nimbly
printed luvestciehiy evcnlncr'fs edition,
uud ns 'I In Times isi'iiT lepeats
you'll have to take ho;h editions 10
(let nil tlie iiuwh us quick as It hap
pens. mme coiii"im run hiiyax
He Ma) "'t Kenluekv .111.1 N.rln C.iro
lir.a li:i: woci .ay xoTiu.vi:
UinsoUieinT.il i:raxnl t. T 'Ik Al.ut
Culm.
chose Tin: lessee eviL
s'iiattx Palmer 0:1 Course of.uiul Mom-
I'ciuixTats.
UAiirocic .iii.i: i.Ai:r.un
jseenli"ti .More Itepjlillcaii Are Ite
purtlil lJectel.
M..t'Kr.i;i:N i.-s nn: v.wn -
Ttien- It t. Ite Xo Ucpetltion or 1?7
M'KIXI.I'.Y AM" HIS Ai!l.in-rn-dlitiiii
'Hint lhmtiu Will i!o to tlie
lnisury.
JI'KIXI.r.Y cr.UTAIN
I'ltaiiKes in Kizures lN.irt Arftit i,-m;nil
i:iuli
honey wn.i. ron: roimi -
litTiimus Imtikerti ."ind Alt-r'-ii.-iiit- 1'ieilift
:i Jluslnvs Keitral
Tiior.sAXKs to mrr WOKK
MrKIulcy Viotury St. Up Mil!,, .mil
raelorles-
HA.N'XA STII.h HOI. il. TA-T
Claims U77 Illettoral Voles fur Jle
Klnley. i.ovi:. i.iquoi: axii i.icK.s-
I.lveryinnn 'Wiuiiall Arrerted .n His
HaiiKliter's Complaint
ktoiim svi:i-li:ii Tin: Tinr.s
CMi-idrrable I'am.itte Iioiie,,n Xevv York
Vi'atrr rrnit.
iiour. iu:ais i.oi-ri.n u r -
fMtitlnn CarlUIe Hrup'. .' .. Hl.ii Ivli'irrT
App.Jiitit
ri.i ron nr.i;i.wo.u:x
Mrc. l"arkl.iiru lo- Xm Ifc-lieie Iliiy
rlinp Is Iiiiiiiir:il
MI'.X VH WATCH Till: SIIHV
I.ifeSaers" MruveD.-cdi.-ind ll.nrlneadlli
llst-apo?1.
DIXXEK AT Tin: LEGATION -i:ir.A-nr
of J.ip in HirtlJl.u i-li lirated
by Hie Mll.Mer.
KEni'ixi; i.ixcoi.x kkiji.
IIi.w tin- lliair 111 Wlik-li lie Sat Was
S.-iVdl
BIII.II I'LAXTINC, IX . X
Tiiey Slnidd H" l!i-lil"i (mt Erfore the
I'rots Corue.
MV THi; CUI.ME (O.M.MITTE1I
Two I'nl'iretl lien Identify U.iJ.ir Mit-
nlTs .lee.lll.tllt
1IAIIE THE XIU1IT HIIiEOC.s
IMIie (Vnirt Attallti-s Tellll(il Aiillst
Tiiiplls.
rAiiAiA'ZEi) the iiemockat-
lliinns.ita'1. ."11.11110 Mjorit lor Mc-Kltsley-
WIT.!'.'- IX WIIEEI.IIAKKOWS -William
A. II.11 teek and William S
"sputa hleer the Yelm Ie.
I.ITTI.E rOI.ICE .STEA.V.EI: -Unties
Iiaily Performed by tlie '-Jih- Ilt.icV
buni."
ide.vi irii:ii iiv Tin: inti; tacj.
How a Sinnll Hoy AV.is lii-stored 1 11
Ills rrlelin; 1'al ints.
C"'. fl'fV ' S' '' V.
At tlieit lialilio iiHM'eirtii:iil wlieti
eieranyoae-reTu doj:liceiii tin jmriliatr
j1ves tns or l.er n-id-nce iiiiii-lx-r lo tlie
(Iirk. and alio a f'eMrliili.'U of tlie dog
TliU iiiuntier and tl.e appe.iraure of tilt
do are ivrit'en ilown of retord i:d are
eacil referred to
A d.i; or two .iKotlietiiket s,-ller at the
Slstv third stnel station i the elemti-il
mail iMticeil a very Mirnll l,v statalin oil
tlie platform, aciiiii.paniod liyn hrown tet
ter The 1 oy was ,, !nail 'that he eoulii
not tell where he lied, am! "Tns evidently
lost Tl.e drj; lleki d his bauds nrfeetion
Htely, pintedlii a benevolent, way and Uuek
!( 1-. the Iwy That d.i-;ki'vw that the
boy rsi Icisl all ncUt.
oiiieniit" lead the number of Hie dos'sll
eenie a'ld wont to the ne'sld'orine; druc
More and tclephmipil lo the city luill.
CoDld the city hall cle an tiesrriptioii of
owner or liouse number of dos licenbe No.
""(i07? tVrlalnlyl The owner lived at n
certain hotel in town, llythe way, wa.stuc
Ik's n hrown setter? Well, tbey will find
the owner at the Auditorium.
smi the small boy was fenthoinc toIiiri
joleliiR parents nnd the faiUifnl "dor;;"
trailisl rl&eely Iichind. Everythlns wiik
lovely aurt all on account oT the l'.'iutlcsof
the municipal licence syslem
VAhiiiNu-roN, 1.1. NOVLMEEBG, 1S.
'TRAD E S 1 ft rCQUjyCILi-)
jifc i.'hsSii. jit
w&szr -
A Rest Is All We Need.
What can the Fifty-fifth Ccnsri"-b do to
help tl.e coumrj , ami how tana AltKinley
administration reconcile the different eb
between e.ipilal and lal'nr There can he
bill one ri'i.ly to that.i,U(.st(uu. Supply
IheTieastrry Willi eiiouc.li reVwiiues to inert
puhlic pxp eases and do nothing more for
the present.
Tlie country can take rare of itself.
Capital and lubur will hac no illlfeiei.ei",
as scon as the tide of pn --i erity sets in,
and iH-iil.er CoiiKrojsion.il nor adnuniK
trative assistance is iiutnr to lnw is
how to prosper Can Ccni ess point the
way to the ("cn'optm-iit of our Inum use.
a'.i.r.-.l rcjurces, r can W Kiule and his
Cabinet instruct our buFii.ess men as. to
their duly In nri.uiotinc: nade?
In strict initlifiilnesb tlie count ry wot.Ii!
f
!h- l'ii'rrf if ( i Kn-KR m.i:lil adjourn
iuifurdi.ilt'ly nfirr providing for an incrcasu
r reViMiui'. Wii h.ive Intel j1i:hI ij inucli
It-glMalinn, ten nine ti CungK'h'"lon:il miin
Hoiit loo ipucIi polHU.il ctiicaiH-rv, unit
iimi inuoh limiitltr--- Mtt-in;in-itij) The
njiilry tif fN frmMiriin fn.m Hie (i-utrcl
if UcmncngiU", n-l fnm tin Influi'iMi of
polulcN mil al'v lute (iint't I rum any moru
fninnc Kil rontrnvtTNj
Our mone, ir-Hurct", fncilitirs, Intel
ligencv. and riHTgic nn- ;ih nlnimlant as
cr. Our ipporlunhMr are iK-umlles-, if
tioi rL-tnci4.il iij tr-.u xm-ddlfou- iiiut
fonnc' of public turn The put he is
amply alilf to control Us own nflnio, ami
I tnng at out g-otl ttri.o-, but no liun..in
potver is cornpHent to gtvcrn or keep
-ivitl.iu bound--, ilir tlts.iNtrous coinphct
ttotis which ari-H1 from hull In-aiifd puIitK.il
ilistuifeion.
Let Them Stumble if They Will.
Tin parsing ,X .l geld u.uld lie re
.irded as a national 1 lesMng His in
llamniamry mu-rarte-- ai.d ai anh' al ten
ilt'iieit'A are not in keeping with ui'Tkaii
politics. He is a UlfoiMiiizer of wrji-ty,
and a disturber if iir.j,ie.ivo conduh ns,
and is ah much out o! jilce as a leader
of men as an tlephauc woiiltl lie m a
iImi.it garden
.s Governor of Ilium -.lr '! IiasLeen
a disgrace l!is aduam-r.tiK u of pul Ik
affairs iB checkered diviprtrable in
eident--. and tlie pei-plp of tkat great
i'oniiitouweaUli jivstl n ermd thrap eilj
tit it or M:cki rs"wiiin tlji-j UtctKl wnli a
blatherskite as chief cXi-rutue
Hill now that the natu r t.1 (lection us
dropped .4 lucid into ehtical v.irultj
".esi,ali proKilly iicar nolhingniorcof h m
except through dub-inl lami'utattous
Like a huzraril ihatLri-aks at the sigid of
tsirrion, Altzelil mti-t -hriek vrlii-n his
iiMrhid vision juciurt-s a ptiauttan Tills
mania for anticipating dKaMer will I e
ome more ai u'e as hib iul!u-i.( e diumi
ishes, and r u then have man
luriditips Mmilnr to tie loiUAvmg cxc-rpt
from las recent f:ai u t-11 to 111 ijchs u mo
craib
There will funic l-nd issues ,-md all
manner of govertitueiit joli-, and nltiifrjgli
we have no euciiy on nlher M4lr t,f us. nn
iffurt will If made to jip.c tti- (itiiilrv
a Mandiirz arnn Uait'-e plunicr.c de
iiunds thi. An effort will ! made to
alliance- tl e dot trine that local wlf goern
meiit dot's not go h.tnd in hnd with
1-iSenil -s'Jprcmacx, but that the l're-Iili lit
M.all have tin- same power to iim- tin
Annv tiiat the Cz.ir of Kuki lias to um
his arxnv. ami efforts will Ie made t" per
petuate gnvrrnmctil U I'lJunLtimi .ttnl
destiov trial by jury lecauve plutocrac y de
iii.iiuls these thiiiKs An iffurt will be
inade to still further tighten the j;rip of
the money jinwer on the throats of the
ptople, alid to gradually roiuert thl- re
pibiii into a plutroratic oilman Iij. and it
will devolw on the Hemocr.itic party to
s.ive Tn-e liistitutlou
Where is the Stale, count or i.iiiirmiuity
tliat has prospered under thenilunnisiratlon
or such creat'ire ac Altj;clil? South Caro
lina was Tillmnni7iil and liecauie u hot
beil of disciiiiteat and incipient revolutlen.
Kaiiwis underwent the liMno(ie IriMUuent
of Tcffer and his kind and i e icd to srow
m wealth and population. Texas Arkan
sas Georsi.i, and Xertn C.iri.lma hac
Ih-ruii to feel the effects of a 1'ojuiIMIc
I'eb.iuch, and even place affhrteil with
this Ions-haired. sn,rt-wittel doitrine has
invr.naW ilevelopcil more poverty tlun
richer.
Calamity shritl-s will never brlnK sun
shine. Howls usaltet wealth cannot cieate
pro-penu. Appeals to prejudice never
ft produced happiness, and ailMn- to pull
down the molded interests will fall to
help the iiiief-.
Forward, forward, forward, should fill
the mind of every well inenuiiiK person. It
takes work, push, cnero and application
to Cwccccd. Let AllKcld. Tillman, 1'rjan
FcTfiT, aud their followers stumble o er the
mius they create if they will, but keep
YOUNG FOLKS rELIUHtATll.
Anniversary nl the tSitnpovvder I'lnt
Observed In VortlnnrtjvX. II.
Portsmouth, N. II., Nov 5. Ony Fawkes
or Fonu Niglit w:ls celcbratcsl hi tills city
totiigbt, Jis lias beeu the cujloin for years.
Bands of young M"iile. carrying Jack-o--lantcrns
made out of pumpkins and cigar
boxes, and liaviug most hideous faces,
paraded the streets, The youngsters were
also equipped with tin horns and made
plenty of noise.
Portsmouth nnd M.irhlehend arc said to
lie the only two places In the United States
where the custom of cclcbrMkiK tlie annU
Ml
M"1
fflHflL
QflSTIII
jour eyes to the flout uud join in the new
forward movement of tlie American people-
Spain Wauls flare Fight.
A prominent Sp.inMi newspaper predicts
tl.e ncccssii at a war with Hie Eulted
Kmlcs. It informs Spain that iUiHiing hut
a Kood thrashing will restrain the iieoleiice
of ilie Ameriean ieople, and ere tliU the
knij;lii.s oi l.dii Quixote may he preparihe;
for tlie inevitable confliet.
Since the eleilion He don't care a dank
how many nations assail us. They may
come kingly. In squadrons or in lloeks,
so far. 18 our lecluign are coiuerneil. We
have i ouuurrcil Satan and his silver stand
ard host,. -mil there is no f.-oodriason why
e should fear Spam, or any other such
limp halt nation after winning that vic
tory. ,r53
Hut nprcixes of Spain. Her Inhuman
treatment of the Culiaii and her failure
to pul down the rehi Ilion demonstrates
that she is a cowardly, cruel and Impotent
nation. Talk of coniiuenng the United
.Suites! Thai will never be done until 11
bull fight is looked upon as an evidence of
civiluallou.
Tlie only h.irni the United States really
wishes Spain i that she may Ioe Cuba
The gallant efforts or tlie Cubans tiuiiiiievn
their independence has won i ur sympathy
anil best wishes Had almost any othel
l'rcfcidenl limn Cleveland been ociupviug
the Wl He l!oue the hist C nglos would
have recognred Cuban lielligereiicy.
I'os'lbjy that will not be dene until the
l.l'iv adn.iuUtiallon is iiistallcsi. Hut (In n.
if indications are not illappoiiiting. Siain
w-iu have opjn riunily lo revenge herseir
on tills coitmiy loraliliiig theCiilian iause.
The llcKinlej Congress will duublless
recognize Cuba.
A- Great Outpouring of Honey.
The effect of the election on the money
market is like sowing ftsithers in I he wind,
llillioiisur moiie) ale frcs-ly offered for lu
vesiinti.t .-ind interest rates are falling as
tlie vcliime cf cm illation increases. 'Iliose
vvhu w.lilly prtrf laimed our Mavcry to gold
sjndieatcs will flail prciiuiis little lumfort
in the tact that an immense nmo"nt of gold
is U'ing full-ed out of its iM-irdltlg jlales
hy the iistoration of puhlic confidence.
Honey hildcrs find tli.it guhl v. ill not
command the primium they i xpccted.and
nither thau'pi) for its kiepiug in safe de
posit vaults they are retiirnliiri It to tlie
banks or subtreauries to he exchanged for
the mole convenient greenbacks
Thin great cut pouring of hcs-mlcd funds
m
ri--; j
i sare I. i reale a ri'Vival in busim s dr
ib.. Hen dislike to hold iii-ney that brings
no tciuriis. and now that the s(ier craze
no lont.er threatens our iiionet.irv svslciu
we ni.i) look lor .1 IsMim in every branch of
trade and indusirv
Compaie this eniouraging condition
with what would have bllowed L'rvan's
eleclion If the p"SMbihl.v of that event
it ov c money into hiding and caused a
general su.p' u.ioiiof luisme-s. vi hat .voi.Id
liave hapiiened lind the silvei oracle twen
the choice of the is-oiile? Today the cvun
trv would have ticen in the tlines of u
panic. (?oid would have commanded u
prcmluiu and there wnuhl have heeii a
mi on the Treasury re-en e. The stock
exchange would have lceu iimiHll-Hl to
cloe it-, door, and hankiuptcy WnuMiiave
Ihioatened half our hu-iuesx cnteiprisi.
iiut Instead of suffering from these
ejilamities v, e are getting readv to hump
trade. Great big chunks or cxpec laticti
fill our epidermis. There is a ccnstniil
galloping sensation behind out erehi.iws
that Indicate hustle, bustle, and we begin
to reel as If ;i giocl part of the world was
already ours by right of cc nrpicst Keep
your eve cm our movcmeitts.
They Bought a Gold Brick.
No vvoihPt the silvente nianagets are
digu-:ed vvnh tlieius, lies, and lid like
turiui.pLt'ie hue en their he-ads Tlie re
sub. or the election oeuiGUi-iratcs that the
Knights of Eabor sold them a gild orick
instead of the labor vote, uud tiiey ohjetl
to that kind of swindling
hut what else could he eM-i-1 1 d from men
who have I oca buncoing their Icliowers
for venr- with a s-.uular continence game.
When these gentlemen tcsik jio.ssision of
the Knichts of Labor it was a pros erons,
powerful orgLiilz.-iiioii. Its influence was
lelt throughout tl.e labor wurld and its
iiieml ership extended to every citv.town
ami liainh'i m the couutrj 'VV h'at Is'u now?
Ask headipiarlers
Tlie irum is tiiat the day has gone by
when wape earners vv.ll suhmil to the
iloiiiln;.tion or arbitral- and generally
incoaipeteut leaders Messrs. Sovereign.
Haves, HMmp and othprscotld uotiiciiver
the Ials,r vote to the llryan party lc,r that
reason Tl ov cannot even keep the Knights
.r Labor from deteriorating, and unless
an entire change ol general officers is
made by tlie general assembly next week
the order will go to piece-
Had the silvente managers ii.nde iuiiulrv
ns to the unpopularity of the K. of L.
hcnihtuartcrs, they would never have been
swindled They would a'oi. have found tint
m adequate Ixunls have 1 ecu filed for the
safe-keeping of the runds of the order, and,
that Mime time in the futuie this neglect
may turn up another gold brick.
Hut not one cares how in.ich money was
lost by the ilverite managers in their at
tempt lo buy the labor vote The money
was principally donated to the campaign
coiuinlltres by silver producers, and as
they were also trying to confidence the
public, no complaint can he made if the
K. of L. heaihiu.irtprs realized hand
vunel from their sp.sulation
The only fault to Ie found ,is that the
chief representatives of a great order will
dt-cc nil to such a disreputable btisincvs.
vcrsnry of the gunpowder plot is observed
at the present time.
In this city it Ii.ir ljeert'obi.ervcd since
the early settlement was made in 1623..
Pork HntcIicTH Strike.
Chicago, Nov. r,. All the pork butchers
at the packing houses in this city are on
strike, caused by tlie failure to advance
their wages, as is customary for the winter
season. During the summer wages nre 51
a day less than in winter, the change
taking place usually in October. On the
pica of hard tiroes and the approaching
election, the date of change was postponed
unti!November4. Yesterday the men were
notified that only 75 cents additional would
be allowed, and they struck.
G
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City Brevities
i
Miss BesVV Etc of C street is JsiHng
fnends in lutiliiiorc.
Mri-Jainei lljiitoil of Baltimore is visit
ing friends lji this city.
Mr. Willis Ilcauc, of Cluyton, N. M., is
visiting rrieiids in tlie city.
Mr. Harry jNeshlt has returned from a
Visit to friends" at Warrenton, Va.
George JiJhTisoii was arrested last niglit
for scorching1 liy l'ollceman Estcs.
Mr M. E: "Pollock, of 232 Second street
iioriliiMst, jlias. returned from a trip to
Airginl.i.
Mr. John Folley of Third and IC streets
norihv, e-.tlertJesterdayouaviil toItiKhes
ter, N. Y.
Mrs. WisterlCtlly, or Forlland, Ores., it
visiting ins patents. Judge and Mrs. Kelly
in tills city.
W. C. Van Horn, a patrolman in the Sec
ond precinct, has gone on a bicycle lour
through the fchenaiidoah Valley.
The large three niasti d schooner John
Marsden, of I'oril.iud, Xe , lies at anchor
tiff the foot of Twenty-fourth strei t .
tStnlionkeepcr Cooke or No. 8 police sta
Uiin, who has been visiting irienils in Har
per's Ferry, returned to duty jesterday.
Allen Frederick, son of Dr. Friderlck.
who resides at the corner of Fourth and
East Capitol Mrects, is ill wtth typhoid
f ev er
lir. George Thorn, residing at the corner
of Firth nnd It streets nurlheast. has re
turned rrom u three months' visit In
Man laud '
Will McDenuott.ol Haltimore.whJec-rosB
nig 1 street, near New Jersey avenue, last
night, was mn into hy an expiess vvaoii
nnd badly bruised.
Nathan Illviiis, who three weeks ago was
struck hv u cablecyrat 'I went) -sixth strei I
and I'lUiisvh-aiu.i avt nue, hastully recover-
I iil rrom his nijiiries
Messrs. Henry Copperthlte or tlie Coniiec
tieiili'ieCuiiii.iiiyaiiil Jhihard L. Sauiiilers
lert to wii last night on a gunning trip along
the tipper I'otomae.
Mr. A.l, S(liiilleofi;t Estrei t northeast
has Just relumed irum a trip to New York
Stale, ivlieie he visited friends in Hrook
In,Nevv York city ami Long Island.
Frank 11. .loliiisoi. wus arrested by l'a
lii.iiu.iu Foster and taken to the Fillli
pieiu.ct station house last eveiilug, where
llu'iliargout uisonlerlj was placist against
huii.
l'leeini-l Hi tis the Uiirrovv-s nnd a num
ber ur rrieiuU. expis-t lo leave on a guiining
and Haling liii shoitlv along tie upper
I'taoiiijc in the m-ighhorhood oi Harper's
Ferry
Jcs-eph L Havl'. ti lured, was arr.-iisl
lij l'aire'iinau Sroulc last nlg)it ona war
rant charging him with disorderly i-umliii I
lie was lcckcHl up in the Filth sllc-et sta
lion nousc
'Ihouias Apitrv a school ti. residing at
No. lb'.i 'I neniv-nrth street northwest.
Iiil out of a persimmon tree visierday hi
ltuek Creek and v., us brought home with a
dislocated ankle.
J. I-inil lev . an empjiije of the State
Iieparlment, siuh rod a m nous attack or
epilepsy vistirilay on New- Il.iinpKhfie
avenue in aV 1 t iiiet i ithvvest He was
revived at 'it phiiimaey.
lcal ocsieniealersaiei oiutilaimng that
this uiiseasiiiiahh' weather is ixtrciuily
ilelrlmeiilal to the sciiit-mc ,,f the
bivalves 'I Ley say that shudtd oysters
will not krop tresh ror more ihau tw o hours
The change among the Ju Igcs at the City
Hall lias i.csics.itated u new court room,, ind
Judge llaguer. or circuit csiurt. No. 2,
yesterday occupied for ur nrsi time new
iu.irlers on the lop flr or tl.e building,
m the eastern wing.
tol John A Joyce returned yesterday
rrom Kei tucky alter a biiisc-ssrul stump
ing lour tor Ah Klnley He -ayb Kentucky
has gone at least 2,000 KepuLLcaii, and
that the Deinucrats are trying to steal
the State hy a iohecount.
Mr. William A. Eel c-rts, editor of tl.e
lmlilleforil, .Me , Hall) 'I es, is registered
a- the National. Mr. llol eits has made an
extensive stumping rour through the
principal cities or the country, winding
up at Baltimore last Monday a iglit.
A little t(t named Gracie Iirenuan jes
terday returning from school Mopped
to piny with seme companions near Con
niTileiit avenue and K street northwest,
(racie was nuinlng to escape the -last
lag." when she tnpi cd ard fell, breaking
her slate, a Japge-d esjge or which rut 1 er
severely ecu j . In- check and ratcssitati'd
her removal lo a drug store
Levity With Brevity
THE HIT CUT.
Fate olteii plays im scurvy tneks.
And makes our lives a pill,
Fur oil and water will not mix,
While milk and water will.
0DT-E3HE.
Javliank-My son has become unite a
b.evcie expert: rides two wheels at once.
Cayp.l-lh.il'snothing. My babv-rides
four at once
A EATDRAL MSTAKE.
"Idoii't seehowthe .inn) tli.i i.un ijiiiI.t
stmul that he; was n.eant?"
'Well, he was new at the business and
when the iitieen askcsl for the minister or
war the n"W iliaplnln respondesl."
HCKCOMJIITAL.
"I'.i, who's elected?"
"William, ra) son."
THE SU3STRUC1URE.
She gatsl into immensitv
The moon was siuning.hrsght;
"I womler what suppe.rts-," said she,
"Tlie great, pale vault of night:"
(.lose to iiiv- heart I drew her lieael
Of which an angel dreams,
"Dear love, it rtsts upon," I said,
"Ilie full moon's svt.ry beams'."
SOKE POLITICAL rASKlOHHOTES.
Yellow chrysanthemums i,re mute the
tiling for sound money men..
.anion rianiiel underwear is considered
very healthy And comfortable.
McKinley buttons are looked upon as the
saTest for government clerks.
Uniting cloth is still very popular with
sound money Democrats.
TH2 EXPLAe-ATIOH.
"How- much did.voupay forthosesjiecs?"
"Nothing, I gut them on mv face "
Wouldn't Ilo nt All.
"Tiiat art ist will never do for us." said
the editor of the great Ne-vv Y'ork duilv.
-Wliat'n tlie mailer." asked the assist
ant. vviiv . imi,-itirc in that pieture.ir Ai
meiiian atropines or in the one of the
Cuban inassjrrct Is there a man carrying a
two root kniltviii his teeth and showing
tlie whites .of his eyes."-Chicago en
ingVost. i ,i
So Kcononiirnl.
"Thai man 1'itfcr has a remarkably sav
ing disposition-."
"In what :way?"
"No innitcT what the weather is lie in
variably neglects to use the doormat "
Cleveland l'lain Dealer.
lie Could.
Benevolent Old Gent (to mother with cry
ing cjnld) Madam"; let me have the little
one for a while, I think I can epiiet luru.
Now, my boy, what is it you want?
The Kid-I ontsto pull your whiskers!
'Philadelphia Nbrtti American.
The riiimber'n Gentle Art.
"Seems to me this la a pretty steep
charge for a few hours' work."
"Oh, wc ain't cliarghi' you fer th' work;
we're n-chargiu' fer them six: days we
stayed away after we come an' sized up
the Job."-Chicago Record.
.
The .Difference.
Spinagc In the, game or love hearts are
trumps.
Sage Unless sliq te a Boubrcttc then its
diamonds. Piilta-Wnaia North American
SILVER HI LOWERED
Chairman Jones Concedes the
Election to McKinley.
SAYS .RESULT WAS BOUGHT
Denim-ruth- LoailerM Imkuo Statement
Miikiiijr All SortH of Ch0.ro.eH
Against the Suoisisful i'arty-VVlll
Aeet'iit the- Inevitable Ileadiiuur
ters in Chlcngo About Dcuci'tccl.
Chicago, Nov. A. Chairman Jones formally
concecied the ilefe.it or William J. Bryau tit
night and made his last Freslduntlal cam
paign statement to the public. The free
silver-standard was really lowered late
last night so-far as the election of 18!i(I Is
loncerued, when advices were received at
hcadiiuarters from West Virginia, con-'
ceding the electoral vote of tiiat fitate'
lo McKinley, bjt It w.is dechled not to
make a public announcement of tha fact
until today.
In Hie meantlmcvGov. Stone arrivcsl in
Chicago from Missouri In response to Sen
tor Jones Uf.entm. The national exiin
mittee ciuilRiian, the governor and Cam
paign Chairman Lam pau were in iimfcreiiee
this evening in the benaloiV room and at
Its conclusion the following statement was
given to the pre--. .
Hie result or the Presidential elec
tion is appaie-titly no longer in doubt. It
lias been one of the closest contest., that
the people have been called en lo deter
mine in recent yearn. We have claimed
(he election on our advices Irian Stales
that were adniilte-dly hi doubt, in which we
knew- there hail been many iniuds, m.d
from -which Ihere were evidences or
tampering with the returns.
CONCEDES THE ELECTION.
"It semis now- to hi--.ip aieul that vvi He
Mr. llijan, alter making Uie most brilliant
t-iniiiaign in thehlstoryof ourcoiiinry,has
caiited most or the States claimed to be
doubirul. he has nol enrned enough to
assuie Ids success in tlie electoral ci-llege.
llryan eleitois have been chosen In all the
Stales snath of the Potomac and Ohio, -s-ccpl
West Virginia, and all those west of
the MUsoiin. except Calllornia and Oregon.
He has lHO clc-cloral vcles and this Hum
ber may beiiicrea-edby Iiualrelurus from
States )t.i In ipic-stioii.
-This reinaruible campaign doses with
the elei-tion of William McKinley. Tl.e re
sult was brought alxiut by every kind of
, .on and intimidation on tho part or
the money power. Including threats or lock
outs and dismissals, and impending stnrva
tiiiu; by the employment, or by r.ir the
largest "i-ami.iigu fund ever used in this
toiiulrv, ami hv the sulmrnatioti of a large
port Ion of tlie American press.
"The 1 iisiiient ileit and Ins party are
under pledge to the American people lo
i oiitinue the gold standard and hv its
operation to restore prosperity to this
count r). As tluer executive, Mr. McKinley
will have tl.e i orili.il support or the mil
lions or patriotic Americans who have cast
their votes ror William Jennings llryan.
SIMIMIT TO THE INEVITABLE.
"Thev low to the majesty or the ofri e
.inn abide by the result with none or the
uiiitleriiigs that would have come from
the money power had It been unsuccessful.
Thev are itmrident the gold standard can
not give tne proniised prosperity, but will
gladlv welisime It ir it comes. The) will
continue the gieal struggle fr the up
hiuiuor humanity and t tne uinimeii-iiice
or the il.giutv or our country in the es
tablishment of an American monetary sys
tem And the Democratic inrty, aided by
its pre-i-iit allies, will still uplllt the bi
metallic standard and bear it on to victory.
"JAMES K. JONES,
"Cli.iIrmaiiDeinocra'IcXatlonalCoiiiii lib e "
Si'iialor Jones and his family, except
ing his son, James. w leave for their
Arkausns I nine tomorrow rooming, his son
iciu.ilniiig to wind up the iiHairs .r head
quarters. National Committeemen Johnson. W.d-h.
and Cnmpau will depart for their homes by
the end of the week, when there will he
nothing left but a n.enior; of both Ue
puhlicnn and Democratics lienihiii.irters.
CHAIRMAN FAULKNER, TOO.
Chairman Faulkner, of the Democratic
Coueressii.nal i-omuiiuee, la night f.ave
ujl the lollowiu?
'Ciialrman Jones has informeil me hat
he will tills evening concede Hie election
of Mnjct McKinley.
' i .r oiniii. iie .lucli Senator Jones lias
inspired anil tne manner m whit ii he has
conducted the present cami.iign will war
r..n me lit saving that none will ipicslh.ii
the propriety of Ills acting promptly In so
grave a matter wnen ouce he has LeCome
thoroughl) .satisiled from the returns in
his posse-sioii tint there remains in. further
hope for the success or the magnificent
leader whose plume has been se'ii in
the front or the line or battle Hi thirty
States, aud vraiw" eloepicnt voice In be
ll. ill or the penple's cause has inspired
mill loos .r his feilow-cittzens to striuti
everv effort within the lines of legitimalc
e-oiurovers) to secure a victory which would
relieve them from the ineniles.s exactions
or a continuing contracting currency.
"The national Democracy has been de
feated, hut from returns m jur isissessiem,
and which we believe will he -hown by
Hie final vole in the eh-ctiirnl college,
twentyslv States, with two hiiiidresl eie-o
lor.il voles, have Indorscsl its candidate's
and approved lis plallerm. But, true to
that great' .lerfer.suhi.iu pruniiile, all must
bow to tlie will of the people as voted by a
majorli) of the chstorai ctiilege."
TO CIiriK'lI WITH XF.LL1K.
llnvv One WcnilHll Tutisht Ile-r IIlls-
baud a Needed l.cs'iin.
Cucaijo C'.iiOiiic-fc
It had never ocourref to nun that he was
a tremendous egotist. Not that he vva had
at heart, not at all, t.c was simply thought-le-s.
lie had always had his own way -n
all things. At hoiue his wife ever toiled un
ceasuigly anil cheerfully for his eomrorl.
never coniplaiiiing, happy, jolly, a good emu
rude. Last .Sunday s?mg o bright and
plea-ant ouldo'irs he decided to take a lung
spin on ln "wheel through the park ami It
the boulevard. He Iiumed through ins
breakfast, dniineil ins bicycle suit, and w.. 1:
oul so mncli as saying good by to his wife,
who was just yenming to go along, lert tne
house.
It was 10 o'eloci: when he rcterned.-iiul
his wire liaviug slraighte.n.il the house-np
was dressing in her Sunday lirst. He had
not yet shaved nor read the Sunday paicr
Now ordinarily his wife would have siui
something utieiit Hie unlet preparations! she
was then making, but for some reason te.i
known to herscir she decided not lo sa) -i,
word. He stmsl m silence ror a while, and
then gently inriuirecl:
"('oingont this morning, elear?"
"Yes," she said. "I tiiuuglit I'd go eluvvn
town." i
'Going to church'.'"
"Yes, I think so."
Pause, and a few moments eiuict "Any
body going with you'.'"
"No, I guess nol."
Another paue during which lie tried i-i
resume the re-adiug or his paper. "Well,
you're not going way down town to chup-a
alane, Nellie'."
"Wh) notv" answered lus wire. "Am 1
not progressive and enough or a new woman
to go to church alone?"
Silence again and resumption of the tie vs
papcr reaeling. Ilapiy two minutes had
elapsed when she heard her husband come
thumping in her room. "Guess I'll shave,
Nellie." lie said.
Ten minutes later he was dressing, and in
hair an hour he stood beside her as ..he v,-.is
putting on her hat.
"Are vou prcity-ucar ready, my dear?"
he asked.
"All ready. Hav e you car fare?"
And togethcrtliey tramped down the stair
way aud mon were in aeablecarboundcity
ward and t church, the first time he had
gone (here in years. Was tlicTennyspecW;
influence at work that inornlng'on liisiniad
to effect; til at result? If so, what wa sit?
A guarantee with every purchase at the
Litigation Hale at the New York Clothing
House. 311 7th t. nw. "Tour money back
for the asking.
srf
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Saks springs
another surprise
Men's Pants this .time,
and C4.50 values for
'" - IP
SAKS AND COMPANY,
"SAKS' CORNER."
COTTON TWENTY KiiliT IHOn.
w "Variety of Seed Heeently In
troduced by u ("i-or-jiiii l'lunter.
A'ceo York Ttm ji.
Advices from Atlanta, (ia , relate that
Charles oackstui.n eolloo plainer, is in pos
sessioa ol twenty Imsliu:- of cotton seed
that. It is prccncic-d, will re-vuhiUoiue the
coitou-grovviiigiudu,;ry of the world.
Fieaii these ses.si, it is draiiii-d. stalks at
laiiiing great hetgiit can be grown, that will
yield irom two 10 four bales per acre on
llie poorest sort of laitd.
Ihe epiaiily ot the product is said to Ik
remarkably good, and as flneas loiigslapl!
cjUon. The scest irom which the eiUej:i
Is grown came from Afru-a.so tlie dispatch
s:i)s. While in the very heart or thai coun
try a wealthy American, traveling for
health and recrcMltun. it is said, discovered
a Held of cotton plants, none of which
was less than twenty fi-el in height A
tiuluulst, who acivmpamed the piny silt
rrom one of llie tallest stalks a section f
alwut eighteen inches, and it was from this
stalk that the seed tame.
While louring Hie South some vears later,
so the di'iutch rct-ate-. the Alrictin travel -r
meiMr. Jacksuuiiiidirc"-viiieilliiiii vvlihibe
secsl, A I the next planting Mr. .lacks,u de
termines! upon a severe test or tin seesl and
planted It in the isjorc-t land of his ram..
It thrived be)ond his most sanguine ex
pectations', so the story goes, ami so great
was the yield that other growers ill the
neighborhood viewed the product Willi
alarm.
Should this seed become gi nerally used,
tiiey reasoned, the cotton crop or the
South would so increase that the inilustry
wouhl be ruined. So great It came this
fear among the farmers that a mumilteu
was apiHjinled, it W said, to wait on Mr,
Jackson, p.irchase tlie seed and diMroy
every vestige or It. Simultanis.usly. it is
tfaled. the New Orleans Cottcu lscl.ange
wired Mr Jack-on to set a price on his
holding, rerpiestlngat the same ttuiethat
he send a sample or llie collcn stalk for
the investigation of the board Learning
of ilie New Orleans correspondence, so Ihe
dispatch say., the farino:-,' committee
uffereiiMr Jaekson $1m OOOspotciesli. He
reruseil the orrer and holds out for a lusher
figure.
Menilsers of the New Yerk Cotton Ex
change wlio had heard or ILI wor-lerrul
presluct spke giiardeilly on Ihis subject
yesterday.
'lo a leperter William Molir. or Molir .:
Vanneinatin, expressed the opuion that
If suih a seed exist.sl it -you'd certainly
prove a iK'nefil to the Southern icltuti
planters, and not a deliiuicnl- If it was
jiossiiiie to attain such crops the tetlon
acreage could be o rre-s)ondiiiglv disrreased
and tile land used Tor cultivating -.ther
salable farm products
P S (i.ilaati or Ealh Brothers declared
that sneh a vield'woulil mean cotton at a
cent a puund and. there-rore. ruin for the
fanners tiiat ralsisl It L -Maudelbauin
thought it was yet loo early to express an
opinion.
wi'.nnixt; in- thk wild whst.
now- ii Wnlilntriiii Musl-trute l'-r-foriiieil
n Cereiuimy in I'aii.v l)avs.
i" altle l'w' iifu'iyciicrr.
While in town the other day. says S 3.
Crawfoid, Allen Weir if Uljiup'a dnftml
into a itmiulscent moesl and te.Id the fol
lowing.
Alui,k,raw.vonPdGeorgian.n.iniedSlia.v,
who lived in imngeiiess.in Clallam county.
Wash., In early days, was Jinnee or the
peace lu tlie course or his duties -,.s
smiire many lud.crous incidents liaiipeio-l
lie was a very illiterate man and talked
habitually In Soullii'iiu.i'sroihali-ct Fpo.i
one occasion s-haw was called upon 'o
oiriciate in performing a marriage ccn
monv uniting his partner, named 1h-u-len,
in wexHoek with a fair widow. The
afrair was puhlic and eci:cd much in
terest. It occurred en a Surday arter
noon, when every body lor miles around
had come to town- Shaw had gieascsi
liisliootHliilionoror the occasion and wore
bis brand new Buckskin "galhi'cs" . t.u
splcuousiy Before commencing tlie Cere
mony lie impressively remove el an enor
iniius quiil of loLrcco as a unl,sseil stn:. -tlon
to lree articulation, hitthesl op his
pants and Killed m Traushxing tlie
cnlprit.s with Irs eagle eve, he sternly er
dereel them to stand up. which they pro
ceeded to lo in fear and tti-mUmg The
large audience was on tiptoe of exp-ela
tlun, and the breathless silence was hroke-i
by Pliavv-'s pompous inquiry or the grisiuu
as to whether or not he intende-d to take
"this nrer woman as his lawnd wedded
wire," etc. Thornton, who was a little
slow and had the api.earance of I as! fi'l
nes, shir cJ tini'asily rrom one foot to
the ether and finally said that he "guesis":!
that was the calculation " Upon recelviu-j
satisfactory answers to similar e.icstii,iis
from the bride. Shaw Mretcliisl luniSs-if
to ills full six ffct earn inches in height
and, arier surveying the crowd unpres
sively, proci-cded to declare in awrul
solemnity-
"Now, tlierpfnre, what me aud G'ld
licv Jlneil together let unman put asunder "
As nobody ofrcred to put them asunder
arter tint, they at ni.ee began to "livo
happily ever after "
uyiwo'iism; cfhi-s bad habit.-".
1'liynleul TnflrniltIcM SonietlniesOver
conie hy the Occult I'ovver.
When a soinuainbulisj is put into the
hypnotic condition "and then talks it is
found that the speaker is that same per
sonality which spoke and acted eluring Hie
time of ordinary somnambulism, showing
that the personality which acts during
ordinary somnambulism and the person
ality brought Into action by hypnotism
are the same. This new personality has or
late become a subject or great Interest
and persistent study. Not only does it
come into activity In ordinary somnam
bulism and In the hypnotic condition, but
also in dreams. In reverie, in abstraction,
and sometimes apparently- in a normal
passive condition. This second person
ality has b'ecn named the sulieonsclous or
subliminal self, and It ixsscsses many
curious faculties which ivc ha vc no time to
consider berc; but, wbateverthls subliminal
self may be, wc have In hypnotism the
means of experimentally reaching and In
fluencing it, and this is where the great
power of suggestion nppenrsaud Is utilized.
Suppose, then, the physician has Ihe
patient In the deep hypnotic sleep; the
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Made up in All-woo!
Worsteds,Cheviots and
Casslmeres-handsotne
Checks, PIaids,Hairiine
Stripes a score of dif
ferent pattorns-and
every pair perfectly cut
and shaped. We guar
antee they'll eive you
satisfaction. You knew
how handy an extra
pair of Pants comes in.
Get 'em while you've
got this chance.
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Of the 300
Coats and Capes
secured from the ex
cited and anxious over
stocked maker so much
under price about a third
remain'. Two lots have been
completely sold. We speak
of them again today to re
mind you that the balance
of them will go shortly.
Lot one.
Tan Iri-b Kneze nd B'acV. Nr-j and
firecJi Kr er aud Heater Jacket; bias.
.j. uiiu .isiH-imiuiruiii
nrce trimmed, some plain, a of r r
ouie half and sou.e a.l-,ils V L (JW
ii'tsl. which would siortii. .(1 J. C
larllyats-.wilbsioircrcaat r' '
oix,cirii3meil. souie pun
SOUIC
nar:
Lot two.
lau,o-j:o Black Persian Lamb and
Tan Kersey Jackets; have decD arctic co'-lar-;
former lined ihrnughoutwlth black
sarin; iv.tcr hall - lined
with satin; large pentl
bntton-; would ordinarily
sell for U2. 0; bare been .
$9.50
marked.....:
Lot three.
Navy. Green, B'act and Tan Kerey
Jacket'; made Empire" style: full box
p'tats front and back: new stashed coital 1
trimmed w.lli Smarten fur
nnd htrau, anil straps or A4 j 0
same, oral pearl buttons; Si 1 Uss
.-ell elsewhtra for iIUe; Jill. 7 O
have been marked "
Lot four.
Tanand U'aclv, Kersey and ItoushEoucIe
K:ftct Cape4'; some have ineitrd relvet
corais, nine piatn, ia$iieu anu roiling.
utu am ruiun";,
1! $5.98
on e until: snort and
Ions lenzth; such ai sell
lor t aittl $4 abuut touu;
uaubecu lurkifd.
Lot five.
ili-inclt Seal Plasli Cane-; -ciue ara
rKiiH irhuiued with Lraul, jet .iiia marten
fur; olbcr arc plain, vtlih kit. front and
coiiar c'rcuwiiii ineutrTr
$.q8.
$6.98 .
chincuilla fnr; you'u paj
iij lor tut 111 arouLu lown.
Ti.e-seliaebecn uiarkeU.
GOLDENBERQ'S
926928 7th 706 K Sts.
pati ent hears nothing, perhaps, feels
uothiug. The physician then says to lum
"When you awake you will take the lio,k
which li on tlie table, open it at the
forty-third page and read rour lines at
the top of the page," He is Ho-n awakened.
He lias heard nothing, but his .suhluninal
seir, which has been nude accessible by
hypnotism, lias heard, uud lnliuences lam
to carry out Ihe sugge-sUon. He goes to
the table and takes up the liook, finds tho
fort)-Ilurd page, and he reads Hie four
hues at Hie top or the page. He lus no
thought but that he is doing it all of lus
own acexird.nnd so lie Is be isubevingthe
impulse etf Ids own sublii-iinal seir.
SupiKtSethe patient tei be a bo withthe
cigarette habit, and the physician had
suggested as rollows "When you awako
vou will no longer desire to smoke. On
the contrary, the very thought of it will be
disagreeable to you, and you will avoid
it altogether " He wake-, be knows nothing
or what has transpired, but he finds he has
ac Ie nger the elesire to smoke, and cense
tiuenlly he ceases the practice.
HI-rAINED THK HinilT J-AWYEIt.
CcinKressnitiii'st Story of a Thief Who
Im Now In XutliHlnl J-cjji-.lnt.trc...
lMroit i'lK Pre.j.
This is a story once told a few confi
dential frvnils by a strnppin-c six-root,
brtatl-shoulderesl statesman rrom one of
the Southern States
"I irat making my first trip to Wnsh
Irgte n as a Congressman. The wealher
in our section or the country was delight
ful, nnd v. long as it remainisl so along my
rctitc. I ttaveled on horseback. One night
I put up at an old tavern near wHcb they
were having a country fair, and found
suclia rush t,r liusiness at tin- hcslelry that
two of us were assigmsl to the same lied
My rcomm.ite was a rice-looking lellovv,
hat mil talkative, so I was rocti asleep.
Iiter I awakentsj stidelc-.ily to is- lim
dresscil and helping himself ti m y valua
bles. Springing between him anil tlie door,
I expressed surprise that he was a thief.
Tl e leilow was cool, sharp and hail the airs
or a gentleman.
' 'What are you?" he asked.
"A lawyer nnd n C rpresir.nn.'
"Heavens' he chuckled; I gcess I was
lucky to wake first.
"1 had tuh'.ugh despite myself. .irel asked
If lie Bad any proposition to make.
"I tlink 1 will retain you for the dc
fene, he salel shtwly. That means you
will get your own back and all I have. Just
my luck.
"Be had me In a gcl bumor, and grad
ually I drew his story from him awl be
lieves! It. I was not as skejitical then as
I liavo liecn made by wider experience.
I agreed tocall it orr, gave him somcgooil
advice, took back my preiperty nnd we re
turned to ted. Wtiat ilo you suppose be
came of him?"
"Either hung or in the penitentiary,"
answered a cynical listener.
"No. gentlemen, he'e: in Congress himself
now."
l'roof of Genius.
"I Miss Khnglhiugs a good clncDtionkt'
T should say so; whenever she enters a
parlor all the bric-a-brac falls orr tho
sbclvcs,-Ch!cago Bccord.
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