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& -s-flr THE. MORNING TIMES. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 189G. 7 1 8 1 8 S 1 I HECHT &. COMPANY, 515 Seventh Street. 1 Today s i is a good time, for yon W IU ICSl WI1UL WCbUlU vcbici- dav about our $7.50 and g $12.50 suits and overcoats, g You need the overcoat 8 ti now as you haven't needed jj g it bafore this winter. g No matter whether you've rt the cash or not, you can S g buy it. You've unlimited g g credit and that's as good, g ts Our liberal credit system til 8 makes the buying easy for g g the man with the smallest g ti income. s 8 We shall not retract one 8 a word of what we stated in g Sunday's paper. We dial- V lenge the world with our tf g $7.50 and $12.50 suits and g g overcoats. g f 8 8 HECHT & COMPANY, 8 a ifl 8 515 Seventh Street. 2 FINANCIAL. T.J.HODGEN&CO BROKERS AND DEALERS. Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions. Local Offices Booms 10. 11. 12 (Mrcnraii Building. Gu seventh street, opposito l'ateu: OHicc. Otliccs I.jncliliur, Va , Danville, Va and Greensboro. N l. Tiie dollar uselessly spent means much more than a dol lar irj-etrievabty lost. Its earninj!; power is destroyed. Take the moral to yourself deposit your spare money in the UNION SAVINGS BANK. 1222 F St. GX3G03(iXX;GGX3SQ3GX3S(3GXiXIXS2 S AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUiT CO. Interest on Deposits. You cati open an account with this g couiiiam, cluci. igamst it at will, ami icciivcl tic rest on our daily b-ilalice. 8 U J BELL, l'rcsident. eossoscosxseosQSsxjxseossxExsss SILSBY & COMPANY, liicorpura'e t COMMISSION STOCK BROKE33 013 Fiiteenth St., opp. U. S. Treasury, 'Phone 505. daxckii wrm ghi.zi.ii. TJttli Afterpleif IMu.ved nt tlio II. t O. Depot. The few people w ho happt mil to In- stir rill? in Hie viiinit) of the Baltimore .mil Ohio si ition 1 ilp "suturdav night weic wit nibses to ,i delightful afterpiece to "Tin' Great 1 Min Robin r" til it hail hi en given ut tln l!r iinlifuiiiigtlie week .liidluwhiih t lie two l.omclv grii'licxif tin- show pl.i) cd h acinic role. Till- griIics and tluir Fn ncli trainer und ktt'iu r came strolling down Indiana uvimic in a rout hnlaiil manner that unit latest tli.it tin' trio Tilt ns mm li .it home .is though tln'x li.nl licm in tin dee'iest can ou or the Rot kit's or on the busiest conn r of the Latin quirter The Frt lit hmnit fin.dlv became ftvirtul th.it tin n ight havelost tlit'wa,lioWc'vcr,andliiapi i a'ed to a pctlcstiian v. ho Iiad stopped to vvaleh tin in The in hi otfertsl lo tscort the part) lo the deiioi, anil neither the Frew hm in nor the grizzlies objected The aiquainl anie grew apiee until the station was icailifi Then .is ct time bclore the (lepirtuie of the train "Would Monsieur like to see ze In-.ir l.ui7e" aski il tiie kiviicr in His -oiliest ttvlc 1m l miliar could reran nothing; that would give him greater pleasure Tl l'rem Inn in K-gan strikinc .1 tune on an iiuiicut hariioiiica and the tivo pnzzlles r.nsetl tin melies on thilr hind fi et ami Ih'kiu lo will The hVr.inirer had fur Vittpii arlier in the eeninii II11I he jironased his wife not to drink ally more .mil lie 11.1s not jet entirelj o r the effi u of the klialleied resolution He at Ian JoIiuhI Iji the waltz and ho.m pliillnj; oier the put mem nitli the lirgir l'ar The last scene iv.igon drew up .1 short tune later The Frent tiniaii Floppi d his inusie The grizzlies came down to earth The man ivased to danc' There i.is a whistle of the engine In the jard and the trainer and his two lilack friends huiried tor Hie ear. I.OVi:it 'IIIK .S.A.MI2 51AN. h 1'muiI It Itpsultcil in 11 I ton ami n Art est. Annie Col. and Clara Uutler are rei dents of I'IiiIIijiV court Thej are elion lined and, 'Jis said, the n inning lielles of Minety in that notorious hiding plait- Will r.ige. likewise elion hued and .111 hahitue of the eouil. is s.iid to lie a roue of the most i.ikivii sort lloth of lite .ilnnc-mcie Honed lielles. ire enamoured of l'.ige and. though hi has neier tmnlioiied the rait to them coI!cit!cly, he loves Hum hoth Last nlglit the Misses. Cogly and llutler decided each to herseir that life iMuld be hurdeiisome without the line of Willie, in iU completeness, and the jnoni'diil to spar for the prize .Aunie.it Is said, wen. hut Cl.ua couldn't hear to nee her basking in the Mniles of him whom she had once thought all her own, so she started in a most ruipii.il'i manner lo rid the earth or her haled iial. While Willie and Annie were i nioiing each olherV ih1iI in the latt r. p.irlor Clara Hole to her home, and. it Is alleged nppcnr.il on Hie stem- with n razor, the spectacle so alarming Annie that ,-he fanned and had to li- carried from the house to Ihe air in the rear i.ird, while l'.ige wild out to piclf the lielliginnt Clara, su.ee c- ding so will that thej strolh 1 off togithir, le.mng Annie to ricoicr from l.cr faint .is best she lould, afar whuli pixxevs she hurni d lo the Third precinct and swore oat .1 warrant charging Clara with enrrjing concealed weapons. Later in the evening Patrolman Van Horn wrenched Jits riuili r from the care-sis of Willie and she was forced to spi ml tin Bight .it ihe Third precini t station house. I'lnypd With a 1'lstol. James L. Fister and Michail Rian had a pistol rsiprilai and the started out to liae .1 tood lime At the corner of 3'oui-niid a- mil ami I Mrivts louthuist they tried Hit Ir marksmmship on a tree bos. an 1 the ethois for Mjuares .iround resounded i.ith the re-orts of the gun Bcrgl. Itarrj and Policeman liodgers heard tiie sliols and came, up iu time to see the two men dlsajijicaring around .-1 corner. They gae chase and captured them. At the South Washington M.ntloii Fistcr end Byan were chargii -wiili earning A deadly weapon. o trass; FORECAST flLLBEG STORMS Report of Weather Bureau for the Past Year. GREAT SAVING TO PROPERTY limply WiirniiiK Enabled Fanners, Mui'iner.s and Cattlemen to 1-re-imio for the Battles of tlie I'.le-mctils- l'.'ie'l"Ilii('lltsi Willi Kite'.. Mi'tcorolnsiciil Muttons In till? Air. Frof Willis L Moore, rhlef of the weather bureau, has submitted to the Secretarj of Agriculture a report of the operations or the huieau during the fiscal jcar of his administration 'Ihe report deals large li with the forecasts and sped ll warnings, the extension of the service in the interest of marine, cominerci il and agricultural in terests, and the experimental work iu refer ence to the development of appliances for the exploration of the upper air Of the foret.ists and "warnings, l'rof Moore s.us "Timely warnings of all severe storms Ilktl) to Lauseinjury lo shipping were sent to all maritime stations, und resulted in almost incalculable hencrit in the harbor of lluffnlu alone, during six of the most beiere storms of the past winter .1 total of over 15U vessels, aggregating in value upward of S17,IIOO,OHO, and having on board about 1,600 persons, were detained in port lij reason of the weather bureau warnings "Three Westlndlan hurricini's sw ept the Atlantic Coast line from Florida to Now Kngl mil, and passed norlliv. aril off shore, but near enough to the e 1.1st line to serious- v endanger irafl annul to leave our ports Hanger signals were displa.vid at all ports well in advance of the storms, and us ,1 result no lives were lost, and but little propertv destiotd "No colli wave or frost of unusuil In. tensltv has occurred without forewarning, and there are numerous spedfic instants.'. of record where these warnings have re sultcdm saving from dest ruction thousands of dollars worth of property. l.XI'i:ivlMr..M-fc Un.'i K1TF.S Kite experiments ure reviewed On one octasiou an ultiti.de of 7,IUH rut was .illaiued.and hut !i, (,(,(. fn t or wire was paved out rrmii the ml This is lelli'Vtsl 10 lie the grtatest hi ight attained b anv experimeiiier with kites It vvas round that lith the form i.iitl the bodj or the kite and the action i the loices thai alftdnl it tit tiiaiiiletl .1 mich I ullcr aiialv titaitt nsuiiri lloii than the had hiiletto itctivtd "From the lesultsof the kite work thus lar it has been 1I1 mciistralid tint for readilv alUiining clovati. lis 1 xc sli:i sa 1,0110 ft et wind vtltcilles xtt. sling tin to firiteu miles pi r hour must pret-all When tondiiions or fnvoralle winds pre vail, it has lien shown that one or 'wo klles or ne improvtd loims, iiroiluo-sl as a resuli f Weather burtau invi stlgallmis, siiffico fir leaching tl-vallons or rroiu 1,0(10 to 7,(1(10 ftet, lUpuidlng upon the rorce ant s eatllntss i r tin w inds ami the load carried The use or Luis Is alw,is limlltd lij the conduit u or the w li t, and ex pi m nee h.is show n that al man 1 t our stations it oftiu would le hecissar to vvaitsevtral davs for ,1 single t mis on t favoiable winds Then apjears 10 remain but one p'lii r means of txi osing iuettorolegieal '11 s'riiiiieuisatappioximatel.v rixttl points m rree air, name), lij the use of devices siisialntsl lij the.ictli 11 of in 01 tilers, which either lift the api aralus tllrtcil) r give it a siirall ascending or dest cuiliiM mo tion M.-.nv devices of tl is t li.ir.icti r nave Is'en projiostd b Ingi 11 01 s inventors, and sevt ral mi dt Is or nn.ill sie have pro.-sl that the tleslri tl tfriCts oil a large Kale are wlihiii the range ir possibilities VALl'K TO MFTKOIIOLOGY. "The riespiency with whieh kites ina lie sueeessiull eiiiploed fur riaihlng ver high ilevations will 110 tlouht be greatly inerinsed .is the kite is brought to a 11101c ptrfeel Mate of eonstruttion and the art of its management more eoinpleui tleveloptsl-- There must nl ways hi, how ever, times when the upptr air observa tions cannot be obtained In such mtaus 'Captive balloons, vvhieli have been so rcpiausU tritst ror military purposes, prove 10 be of little value for 11 at lung loll elivatinns From the great amount or surfaco vvhieli must neccssaril be ex liosetl. It rt suits that the balloon "is blown avv.i r.ir from the zt 111th ixiiut im r Its inchoragebv ev 11 modi rultl strong winds Coiiihiuatious of the kite und balloon have al-o lieen Irits! Thl. iu turn, iwsstsses bit little advantagt overthe balloon alone, mil in mail respects Is inferior lo the kite 1'erfiet oppliinccs of this iharatter will prove of such value to metiorolug lliat their development n tpilres a sh ire or the attention to lie givta to the gn ater problem or securing miltorclogie.il obser vations iu the ires air fcuth observations ire now- gentrallv com 1 ded lij mittoroln gi-ts to te the means by w tilth further nut! more compltte knowledge i to In giuiid of the inethai le-s of storms and the so quenee or atmospherle pin iioiim u.t The Idea ma seem -. Islouary now, perhaps, but it is a pcsslLility th it 1111 perl. ml metisirolcgii at stations or Hit fill lire will be dual iu character One portion will remain, as at present, at the surface of the earth, 'he other poitloti will lo pclsesl at a great height Iu 11 1 !-ilr, tilling at anchor to the base of stalith, as it were, iniith In Ihe same fashion us liglil ships now ride at anchor at sea, siis tallied, however, by the operation ol other ron-cs th in the huoaui action oTthealr HFSTHFCTIVi: TOIlNAllOh.S "itiiiillatieoiis obstrvatious from a ss U'ni of vvldel tllstributed stations of ills character vvuulil nuble the future fori.. est cifitial to map out the almospherft eon tlit toils, both horizontally and v ertie.ill . and arrive al a more exact kuiiwlttlge or tin gridients or temperature, pressure, tic, than is possihie at the present time vi h a limited knowledge or surr.its 1011111 inns onl " The unusual destruction In, tornalois during April and Ma 1. 1st is commented upon as follows "It is not heiievtd that there lias, it en an Intie.ise, eitlier in the frequency or sevcrit of tornadoes I'nforlun&ttl, those or the present e.ir have adept through populous sections or the couotrv, occasionally through the midst of email villages and towns, and once through the heart of one or our great cities Three hundred and n persons lost IhJr lives iu the storm of JIa 'J7, lbSIO, more t! ."n the aggregate loss b violent winds during the two .vears, 1801 ami lS'ia, and nore than tluring an single Cir of which we have uuthtiitic ri cords, except 1S!U I'llOFKUTY .SAVFI) "Repurls received from the Weather llurcau stations and wind signal display st-itioiis slow that during the , roe severe tropical storms that have occurred dur iue the present fall season, and for vvhieli hurricane sign ds were ordered bv the Weather ISureiiu, viz On Pepteinhor 0, lO.-l'O .10, and October I2,aloutl',000 vessels of all tlassis, having tin tiiard upward of 7,000 per-ons, intl representing with their cargoes ,1 value of more than twent millions of dollars, came into or remained in port on our eastern gulf and Atlantic coast during the periods for vvhlt h the warnings w ere issued. "Of these vessels il is probable Ih it a largo proportion sought and rem lined hi shelter as a result of the vvirnings, ami ills fair lo assume that had thuy not done -o a lirge number of them would have cncoiinti red the storms ind have been moreor less damaged, if not entirely lost." sIMKi: MAY S1MIKAI). i All lliiiiicliPH of Miipplii); Trade to Help Ilanibui'KerH. Hamberg, Nov 22 The strike or eock laborer, which vvas inaugurated ester da, gives promise of Lccoimng extensive by the Jddltloii of men fiom other branches of the shipping trade A very large! at- eiided meeting t r corn oilers and coal heavers was held here today and it was almost unanimously decided to Join the strike. I twasannonncetl at the meeting that the port laborers of Holland, Belgium, England and the United States had promised to support the strike here. :: :::::::;:::::::::.::: What we're doing. Wo'ro selling warm clothes for pr.co. "So is every other clothier in tewn you say. Hut tliey can't sell similir ipaliUesat our prices without losing money and that isn't what they're in business for. - , "Whv elo you sell at 'half prict?' " Jiiitlccauso we AI'.Kin business .fust now-to lose nionev, if it's necessary, in order to sell tjio goptls. It's llio money not clothing needed to settle Villi Hie -heirs of a largo manufacturer for whom Mr. 8. I'rietU lander vvas appointed a trustee. Anyway here aie tlia J prices. See the Suits foi yourself. Men's German Clay Suits. The best made lo measure suit can't beat II lienuine Uermaii Clay, henv.wegit, in bl 11k. double vveighl Italian lining, und with sitln i-orded seams Correct stile, carerul w orkiuansliip, un old leader or ours al 1(J while the last, ours for Common Sense Overcoats. Matle for men vv ho knew oim1 t-n,,fis nn preiiated proper 8l)e.. wanted coiiilorlabie winter warmth and didn't want a lancy 11 11 ".... "-I"'-1' r nil-wool Kngllsh KEHSIIY or MHLTO.N, in blue or bl ick, old prlic sua a llltle better one selling at half price lor "t-7 CO, but Ihis is a I argain at.. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE, 3ii seventh st. w. w, :::::::::::::::.;;;;;;;;; :: Government Bookbinders Appjal Their Taskmaster. to THEY CALL ON SUIT. ESPEY Complain of I(eHtfvel Iiit'i'citMi'il Iaihnr bv Kelson of Murliliie Work. Hon the Deceptive ItiMiutlcl Op t'l'iitPH Al bin ntlon I'tilllllliltco dm Hot No Mitlsfue'tloii. 'I here is a life sized row iu prtgiess iu Ihe Under dcpiriiuenl of the liovernineni l'nntlng Office In tween the cmplojil and Sinieriiiteiident II. C Kik Ihe men iiuipl.1111 r hardships wliieh Ihe h.ive asked shall lie arbitrated, but so far the see 110 chance of a favorable sittliment of the difficult) 'lliere have been complaints in this de li irluient lie fore, but none or the extent or the pn sent Some time ago the cmploi s li id .1 grievance which wus agitated In The limes .mil was eventual!) determined in r.tvor of the workmen the prtM'iii thiileuit) nas grown out of the increase or work tlue to the lLtroilue lion or the rounding and backing uiiiehiue The rounding is that process vvrich gives the curve 10 the front or bound books which most people probabl) think Is caused b) an actual trimming or the leaves The curve Is, however, onl) made by the sym metrical disposition of the leaves before the binding WHAT WAS DONE AT FIKST. llefore the Introduction or the m.iet ine a d.i)'s work In rounding and backing wis 1,10 books 01 Hie -l.ui.i.irtl sie 01 Us well ktiuwu Agricultural Department re ltiis 1 lie pi-ntss 01 fouuu.ot, u) n.md oiciipieil onl) about rort) miiiiiles of the ei'i.l hours of such a il.ij's work II is plain thtrtfore, tint the mitehiiie saves onl) forty minutes out of the eight hours, rorty minutes being one twelfth of light hours When the machine was put to work, however the tl ij's task waslmreastd from 150 books to 'J00 books If this increase had lie-en put on without the machine It would mean one third more ofa task, or work enough to ktep the men bus) lor twelve hours As the mat hlne fitly saves the men work whit h they could do Iu rorty minutes the) t l.iim tint there Is a vast disproportion between .; hum. in da)'s work of 1I50 books, and tli.it same da.v's work uirreavd b f0 books, the u. ichlne saving only forty mlnuies Another esample furni-hed The Times vvas that a t!i)"s work consisted of -'Si or the agricultural works above referrtd to as tl e standard "sinie Hit machine vvas put lo work the number of Insiks has been increased to .!7r, or nintl)-five ad ditional iHwiks in tins the sum proiior tion or an added oue-thlrtl of a di' work hulds. iin.V STIKltEI) UP. This condition of things his stirred up the men toiisititrabl) anil the tllsionient is Increasing. They mtet now twice a liionlh instc ul of once a month. The) say th it perhaps Mr. I.pse) does not realize the hardship, but this is not because the committee on arbitration has not tried to make the m itler plain to him. This com niiltee consists of -Messrs. .lames Stock man, Ton) Anc'crson and Root rt Zimmer man, with whom the general officers of the bookbinders act The committee his tlist ussed Ihe question several limis with Mr. Kpsev without avail. There was a seme tluring one of the discussions the other da). -The men got tired discussing the mailer and left the superintendent in disgust, repairing hustll) down stairs lo see Mr. Benedict. The) threw off their aprons to make the tall It is not known what happened at the call on the Public Printer. It was stated jestinlav tl at the men had gained om slight aJvantage, but it was one of importance. Tie government is now having prepared volumes containing the messages of all the Presidents of Ihe Undid .Mates from Washington to tti- present diy. The first volume of this is being made ready for distribution. .Mr. r.pse), the men sa), insisted on their doing 100 of these books for an eight hour d.D's work. There was a kick", but the liest the) could do was to get ten knocked oft the :JilO. The) say that this slows that ilr. r.pse) aeknovvltdged the hardship of the original task ANOTHER COMPHINT. Another thing they complain of is that there 1-; a disposition to have work rated according to the capacity and ablHt) or the met expert This they claim to be unfair for obvious reasons What they want l n fair day's work according to a f.dr price list made up in a rational manner. There Is a good deal of talk among the men that it would take very little now, so strained Is the relation between employ ers and employes, to ciusc the Iattt r to walk out. They say 'that they believe Mr. Espey is tring to make a record in view or prospective changes in ihe oifi e but as one of them said yesterday, lids record ought not to be made by "mnkhi" a ihalii gang out of the workmen." Ch iiu gang" is a by word at the department and is used frequently by the men in eliserlb ing and talking to each other. l.clio ofa Cotton Failure. llallas, Tex , Nov. 22 The Texas Ele vator and Compress Company's managers wprelastnlglitclted to appiar before Judge R. E. Burke on Wednesday next to sl-ovv cause why the affalrsof thecompaii) should not be placed in the hands of a rrceiver. This is a suit growing out of the big cot tonfallureof W. White&Co Thepkilntilfs are citizens of Louisiana. About the stock; cold tlays at just linlf- LITIGATIOIN JSALE PRICES: Plaid, Cheviot and Vicuna Suits. $517 iksiiitis juu ,ii ,tiu iue ineir ih'ui and worm H once the right quality Is In them They're made up into ""15 suits niiitu tiuii. 10 n ut j III tt t.. iiu f.. linn .,. ij un ,w n. v i in ftuin., ,uv iilih'IOII and selllemenl with lie'irs menus they must go now so take yourpick lor Most Stylish Overcoats. Made or very best all-wool Kersey or .Mellon. Hair lined (including sleeves! 'wllh satin. Helow the waist lined with all-wool clay. Just the right length, just the right style, just right iu every button, buttonhole and seam Try gettlugit some where else ror S2G perhaps you un. We sell it lor :;yo INVENTOR FERRIS IS DEAD Built the Great Wheel World's Fair. at the DisciiKC Willi h Curileil Him Off fullHctl by Woiry Over HiinIiichs Muttc-m Ills History. Pittsburg. T.i , Nov 22. Oeorge W. G Ferris, inventor and builder or the Ferris wheel, died I01L1) at Jlcrc) Jlo-pilal, where; he had bt en treated ror l)phud feverfor a week. The disease is said to hav e In en brought on through vvorr) over numerous business mailers lie leaves a widow in this city, and friends in mciliniiitnland building cir cles all over the country. Mr. Ferris was born at tJalcsburg, III., lived his earl) lile 011 the Pacific slope and was educattsl at Carson C'lt) anil Jsdu Francisco. In lnTli he entered the Reus salaer I'oljutlin'c Institute, New Vork, and graduated with high honors as an engmter He first worked ar locating eoal mines and railroads In West Virginia, and then was empIo)td by the Louisville llridge Company at Louisville. In the ca ll ml) of lnsin'ctor ho came to Pittsburg to inspect the structural work for the Louisville and Nashville bridge ut Hen derson, K). After the completion of this work he eugugv'd as an inventor on his own aicount. He organized the firm ut O V li i-erris .. Louipau) In la'J.1 Ferris conceived the wheel which made him, famous and , which was one of the particular features of the World's Talr at Chicago The wheel was constructed in Pittsburg, under the supervision of tint inventor, und shipped to Chicago, where he watched the ercc lion of it Its capiiclty w.is 1,110 pas sengers, and thouiinils made the revolu tion in it The wheel matle a fortune for 1 cms and gave him fame as an umln lerlug genius all over the world After the fair closed Uie -wheel wn irecte.l in one of the Chicago piirks for .1 time Later Ferris sold out his Interest in it COl'LI) XOT -or.l AX ALAIIM. Cliunh in Wlik li the Klre Hell Wus Located lluriicil. Augi.st.i, Ga., Ivov-. 22. The Church of the Good hhephcrd, Episcopal, in bum liierviiicvugust 1 sWintei rcsorc, teas burned tins morning. The church bell has for car bein used as a lire alarm, but it could not be called into service to rouse Hie people to its own rescue, asthe lire was raging 111 the belfr) whin tlistovired and tiie rope w as burned before 1 1 could be used. The fire is supposed to have caught from a stove pipe. The llrt reitor of the church was the present Hishop Wieil or Florida. Rev. Ernest M. "-tires or Grace Church, Chicago, who opened the Iiimoeratic u itional con vention with prajer, will remember it as Ins Iirst charge, and the prisent priest iu ilnrge is Iter. Hunter Davidson, formerly of Urookl)n. The church cost $18,000; Insurance, $8,1)110. All the handsome memorial win dows, with the exieption or one, wire saved, as well as all the furniture. HLOCKAllLI) 1IY 'HIE sXOW. Heavy Stot 111 Interferes Wfrli Traffic lu .Northwest WuHlllugton. Seattle, Wash , Nov. 22.-Seaille and ami the entire northwestern sirtton of tiie Mate are Just recovering from another dis astrous snow storm lasting from Frlda) last until 1 o'clock today. Twelve inches of snow fell In us man) Hours, Hie full rail tluring the storm being over eighteen inches Nearly all the Western Union tcligraph wires In and near thisclty are dovvuandt lie telephone and ilectnc light sj steins are completely paralyzed. Operations of the electric street railvv a) s has been suspended for the past three da)s. .should the snow continue lo melt as rapull) as it is now melting, it will bring increased disaster to the Cascades tliv lslons of the railroads and Inestimable damage to private property. SKULL AND SHOES FOUXI). All'Ihiit HemaiiiN of William Porter After Xitro-Glyi'Crlno Exploded. Pittsburg, Nov. SJ.-W'illl.iiu Porter, thir teen )curs old, was blown to atoms b) .1 charge of mlro-gl)ceriue Hits aiuinoua 111 the r.irm of Samuel Dellenbaiigh, near Millerstown. Porter, In compiny with several boys of his age, went 10 where Dillenbaugli is sinking an oil well. The bo)s found a ipiantit) of nitro-Bl.veerine. which was re-in-r used for drilling purposes. Porter in some way exploded it. All that the fumilv have let 11 able to fiiidlsa licru of skull anil the bo)'ss!,ois . ,. Pedestrians Kept GiioHsIiig. Pedestrians on JF street in the vicinlt) or Ihe steam, digging apparatus along tl e line oT the new trunk sewer may te heard hourly making surmises as to the lapacit) of the hoisting buckets used to bring the earth from the bottom of the pit. The guesses range from fifty to 200 pounds as a rule. One of he bosses is autl.ont) for the information tint the buckets hold a cart load. ' Willow Tree Alloy Ilnldrd. Scrgt Daly and 1'olicemen L'aui r, Scram lin, nnd Sullivan invaded Willow Tree alley jcsiurilay for the alle.v's good. They discovered (hat Albert Parker, col orcel, was dispensing whisky and bivr from the hack room of his house. No 223 Willow Tree alley, nnd arrested him for conducting a speakeasy. The orricers fountl a large quantity of liquor on the priudses. which tliey confiscated. It's a foolish prejudice nowadays which mal-os a man think nothing but nnide-to measure garments can tit that nothing but tailor-matio sails possess the style. It IS pretty easy to practice deception in retail Clothing snlliug. Our promises, though in typo, arc always fulfilled in stock. A good winter's vveat is in every Suit or Overcoat. This slock is not matlu up of clothing of iloukt but clothing of certainty. Certainty of correct style, proper lit, bug wear and economy 111 buying. Here are four leaders. :: 1S.5I ntaiei 01 Liieiu wollll t. ..... I I.... 1 1. !.... 1. ... CANQLER TIES AN AIRING Alexandria County's Star Prisoner Goes Out With the Sheriff. TAKES A L11TLE EXCURSION Is Serving; n seiitenti of u Year, Hut Mr. Piilmer seems to lime No Objections to Lettinj; Illin Out Xovv mid 'I lien Iteptlllcd to He nt I nine Yet. Sheriff Palmer, of Alexandria county, Va , has addid another curiosit) to liU unitiue collection of official Kctntricitiis. This time he Is again given credit of permitting a star prisoner to spend the entire night awa) from the Alexandria jail and return the next morning while the grass was vet bedewed iu man) of the streets of the peaceful little lovvn The prisoner vvas no less a personage than Harry Candler, the Jackson Cit) king, who is serving a .vcur's sentence for conducting a gambling ranch in the little cluster of inlquit) at tneendof Long liridge. it all happened last Thursday night, it is said. Sheriff Palmer Is understood to have been .1 frequent caller and un ad mirer of Candler Hetween the hours of i and T o'clock Thursday eve iilng he t .died at the Jail WANTKD CANHLER. After a short consultation he came from the cell room and Informed Deputy Haves, the assistant jailer in thnrge, that" he desired to take Candler out for n while, 'll.e amazement of the deput) is a thing the liungln ition can best wnslle with, it is reportetl that he Informed the sheriff lli it It was not tustoinary for prisoners 10 go globe trotting while they were sui posed to lie behind the count)'s prison w.dls, nnd he refused to deliver the pris. oner. Sheriff Palmer Insisted. Heput) II.i)es stepped to the 'phone and called Ins superior officir, Cit) Sergtant smith. "Sheriff Palmer is here ord wants Can dler, lie lelepuuued. 'Well, Candler's a count) prisoner, and if the sheriff wants him he has a ri-jit lo take him," was the answer from City sergeant Smith ll.ic"s turned the ke.v, it is said, and Shcrirr Palmer and Candler left the jail together A number of people p issed them as they walked awa, and remarkcil at the wonderful pruieeillngs The diary of neither Sheriff Palmer nor C.iiidler rt cords the events that transpired during the re mainder of the night CAME TO WASHINGTON The sheriff is said to have gone to the Washington nnd Alexandria tlectne cars with linn, and C. miller had a ticket to Washington, it is said Palmer left him at the cars Alter he hail hoarded the train, Candler vv .is seen by a number of old acqualutuuccs A lining those who s ly they saw and talked with him arc Charles Swain, Frank Cook, Julliii Knight and Lee Lush, all of Ale-4-audria Candler returned to the Jail earl) Fritla) morning and was locked up by Deputv Me Cuen, who was on duty ut the time" It is hinted that unusual privileges have been given to Candler before this. The gambler was sentenced to Jail ror a ear and lined $500. He has served about hall of his time. Numerous requests have been made of the governor for a pardon, but they have been Ineffectual lu evir) Instance. It was reported at n late hour last night that Candler is again at large from the Alexandria county jail. Whither he has remained awa) since Sheriff Palmer liti crated him Thursela) night, or whether ho Imr gone on another excursion could not be learned. None of the officials at the jail could tell nil) thing of his where abouts. DEATHS 01' A DAY Chicago, Nov. 22. Howard I)uuhnm,lre acrobat who was injured In the s ine while attempting a triple somersault in Darnum & Baile)'s circus several weeks .un, died estcrd ty In the e.1 ieago Hospital 011 Fort)-iiinlh street. He had lingered so I0112 that until )estertliy morning le was ver) hopeful ut ultimate reioviry. Ills death came quickly. Chicago, III.. Nov 22. Judge W Gr.i soit Mann d!edi)tstcnlay at his him 111 this city, -aged sixt.v-four )ears. He was a distinguished mm of Utters, linguist, l.iw)er and diplomat, but had long !vn in private life. His f.it'er, A. Dudley Mann, in-goliiletl tie first recipiocit) tliaty for the t'nititl States as First Assistant Secretary of State under President Buchanan. His fa ther vvas Ihe first diplomatic commissi ,ncr of the Confedt racy to t he European inv-rs, being accrcditi d to thirt).nine G.'r.nan principalities. Judge Mann was Ins father's compvnioii and inicrpreti r during that time. Dunng the last )ears of his life Judge Maun was engaged in writing his father's tiicniiir-, whuli were published recently. He was liorii on the fninlly estate In Virginia. Baltimore, Md , Nov. 22. Dr. P. C. J Williams, a widely Known physician of this city, died nt his home on North Cathedral street last night. He was con nected with nearly all the meillcc-iha ritablu iiistitutioniof Bnltimore.andwasthcauthor of several books and pamphlets on medical subjects Dr. Williams several years ago figured In theielehrated Wharton-Kettham murder trial. He was born in Winchester, Va., iu 1828. KAISER WILLIAJIS ANGRY Incensed Over Radical Speeches De livered in the Reichstag. MAY DISSOLVE THAT BODY 811--I1 Action Kxpcrted if Nuval In eieiihc Clause Fulls to Puss Ccn t lists Dtiiiiliinte Chamber Duel linirln Army I'.ffeet of McKIiiIpjM I.Icction 011 Germany-is Trade. Berlin, Nov. 22. The impi ror will go to Kiel tomorrow for the purpose of swearing In the recruits collected ut that plan- and there is atonsidcruble degree or expectation that his majesty will, in the course of Ms address to the recruits, make some refer ence to the recent incidents Impeaching the condtiitof mihtaryofficcraaiid privates toward civilians. It is most protMhlc, IioWever, that the kaiser will inertly con fine himseir to u rtpetitiouof thcold forum las or exacting allegiance to himstir. In military circles the story published iu Hit Berliner Tageblatt iiupling that the address or the imperor to the officers im mediately surrounding him 011 the octasiou of the recent svvearl ngin of thetroopsin Ber lin was not what it purported to be is gen erally discredited. The T.igeblatfs ob ject plulnl) wastoleadits riadcrsto believe th.it the emperor, while pretending to admcnlsh the officers against u recurrence of the reccntlyrcportctloutragcsupoii civil ians b) ofriiers, really gave thini to under stand that any insult to their uniform on Hie part of civilians should be promptly and effectively resented. This, however. Is de nied by several of the ornccrs present, who s.i yth.it thek.itser simply advlsi-dtheiu to avoid collisions with civilians. The audacity ol the radical anil socialist sjieethes iu the Reichstag, t specially those delivered in the course or the Brusewitz debate by Herren, Lonzmaiin and Uih-l, have greatly Incensed the iiuperor ami the government officials generilly, who hold that Baron Von Buei-Hereiibcrg, prc-i dent ur the Reichstag, oaght to have re strained the opposition from using lan guage personally cirrm-lve to the tmperor and his ministers. POWER OF THE CENTRISTS It is reiHirtisi that the imperiir, on Ihe eve of his departure for Kiel, had a pro tracted confirmee with 1'riuce Hoht nluhe, the imperial ehaiietllor. In regard to the IiosiUon of the various pirn m the Rih h stag with 11 view of istablisl ihg a bt iti r control of, lnterpi Uatloti debates The present party or the tenter In the Ri h stag, through the cohesion or Its memmrs and the mastirful tact of its leail-rs, dominates the chamber and can always, without directly attaiklug th gov m ment, greatly imbarrass the ministry Tl i conservatives and national liberals, al though willing supporters ol the govern ment, are greatlv at a disadvantage in lacking the unification and leadership of the tcntrists The Cologne Gazt tie. In an article point ing out the danger of allowing the Ueleh slag to submit to the mnsterl) taeti.-s or the Centnst Ieatlers, appeals to the rtn serv.ttlvcs and national liberals to ciuk their dlffen nies upon igrarlan and other questions and rally to the support of the government, which lias already been twice assailed within the fir-t fortnight of the present session through the machinations of the Centrists, upon the questions of the Bism.irek revelations and the praitice of duilling in the army. In connection with the latter quistiona committee of officials has been Bppoin'e-d to submit a report upon the regulations of military courts of honor, the committee having lu Id their mei'lings iiiie the de livery or Prince Hi lit nlnhc's speech iu repl) to the radical intt rptllatiun on Tus day. NOT COMPELLED TO FIGHT. The emperor has asked Ihe committccto expedite its report, and has sent to that body a draft of suggestions, wlutti, it Is understood, embodies a recognition of the conscience principle laid down by the prince regent of Havana, who has decreet! that hereafter officers refusing to fight duels U'ltm the ground that they are op posed to the principle' or duelling must m be compelled to resign from the army, as has hitherto been the rule. The leaders or th" Radical Taction in the Heithst.ig arc watching the developments ot the m liter and .is .1 result have reached the conclusion lint the instructions or the prince regent will not Deconic strictl) oiierative in any corps of the ami) of Germ inv holding that all) oMeer decliJ Ing to light 1 duel though he ni.lv not It formally ex.elled, will become a social outcast. Herr Riekert, Radical Uniouist leadir, hasannonnce'l that upoiitre occa.sionof the debit!" on the mllllarv iMIm.iti. he will again bring up the question of duelling by moving tn.it any military officer or of ruul who siai 1 ug.ige in 1 iluel .shall be deprived of his rink ami expelled from the service and Hull the otrictrs courts or honor shall be abolished Gen Von Waldersee, now in command of the army mrps at Hamburg,. ha.s bteu ap pointed military governor ef Berlin in pi ice of Gen Von Loe, whose term of servile Is expiring Dr K0.I1. governor of tlie Reich.sb.ink, has submitted to an interview up. n the question as to how the trade of G.i rm.inv Is to bo arretted li) the election or Mc Kinley as President or the t'nititl States In answer to this specific questitn. Dr. Koch said ALL f:es ON M'KINLEY "We must wail and see At all events, McKinlev Is a lest.tr tviltnan Urj.in 1 am hopeful that ile Kiulev has abandoned his IHiIk) of extnnie protection, but we ure not secure from surprises, ami we ou-.ht to be prepared for them It I, to our interest that German trade should stand well in America, and we are ready to give or take" The ke)-note of the arrangement? of the torte with ,1 view or preserving the status quo of Turkey proves to be the financial plans of the directors of the Ottoman bank Each powcr.aetingintliennmlii ilconcertof the powers. Is doubtless (laving Us own game, but for the present the question of obtaining fresh supplies of mone) rules the decisions or the sultan Sir Edgar Vincent, governor or Ihe In -perial Ottoman Bank, was in l'erlln prior to his going to Vienna for the purpose of coufirring with the members or the Vienna s)utlicate, anil while here he saw repre sentatives of the leading German financiers tu whom lieprop e ltheraisiug of .1 1 urkish three per cent loan upon the conversion of the old debts and the general guiranti-e oT the powers, pro'Kjsing also a scheme or reform of the Turkish debt eoiiinn-slon bv the appointment or n Russian delegate there to Since M Nclitlofr, Russian ambassador In Turkey, has arrived in St Ptttrsburg, Sir Edgar Vincent has learned Hut the tzar Is uncertain about the appolntm sit or a Ku"lm delegate upon the Turkish tlebt coiitini-siou. the claims or Russia upon the lluaiiics or Turkey being superior to all other considerations The sum or the matter Is that Russia once more blocks the way or the powers In dealing with the porte. FIGHT OVER NAVAL CLAUSE A section of the Centrist party In the Relthstag, ihleiiy coiii'itiscd of members from the South German states, have de cided lo oppose the increase ot 10,000,000 marks in the naval estimates, which will lie pioposeel In the budget, and are ar ranging a coalition with a rraetinn of the National Liber its and the Radicals and Potlallsts for the purpose of defeating the" proi-os.il. This movement rentiers the pas sage of the naval increase clause of the budget highly improbable Mil lsteri.il reports lu circulation in the lobby of the Reichstag agree that the kaiser is de termined to dissolve the chamber if the Inirease is not granted, and this lielngthe cace. a hot right over the naval istliuatcs seems inevitable. A strike of the c'ockmiii, which began al Hamburg vestcrd.iy. Is limited to 3,si0 men, but the lightermen and other lalonrs threaten to join the strike tomorrow. The Milkers do not enjov ihe sjinpathv of the public The firty-sixth birthday of ex-Empre-ss Frederick was cnlebrated yesterday by a family banquet al tho New Palace, gala performances at the Pal.11. Theater, anil a supper in tho marble-saloon at which GOOD L0WPRICED CLOTHING with plenty of slyle about it is something- you have long- been wanting-. We can supply it most deal ers can't. If we weren't manufacturers perhaps we couldn't either. Every garment in our 57.50 line of men's suits and overcoats is a 510 value. Come in and try some on we're always glad to show you through. Money back. E6SEMAN BROS., Cormr 7th and E Sts. N. W. BO BRAHCH STORE la yVASHIHGTOll. the ministers and foriign ainlsissaiiors and their wives wire present All of the nubile buildings were decorated with nags iu lienor of the occasion Under tin- as-tnl or the Hriti-h govern ment the German war orrice is atout to send Capt Jtorgen to Dongola. to fol low the oiie-raiions of the AngtEgyptian campaign up the valley of the Nile. LIMITING SL'GAR OUTPUT. The leaders of the Bohemian sugar in dustries have influenced the- Austrnn gov. eminent to open loinmumcatlons with the llcilin government to iiidute the latttr lo Join in negotiations looking to a Iimlta Hon of Ihe international output of sugar Tie smaller biet root growers of havoii) ami Anhalt have Income alarmed at the mereo-slng o-ierations of the sugar rings alii I have held several meetings, as a result of wlmh the) have decided to ask that legislative measures be inaiti-d to restrict Ihe power of the rings. Herr Ahlvvardt, the notorious Jew baiter, nlio has been mi-ducting an unsuccessful ant:-lewKh campaign in America, is ex li tt d to arrive in Berlin in December. Mr Chapman Ci It-man, formerly first secietar) cf the United States imbasj hue, has left l:t rhn for the South of 1 ranee, and afier a shirt sta) hi that region will start for home Mr J B Jack n, first secretary of the American emlsiss), will spenl tin re mainder or his annual holidays in Italy The American n pram.. Miss Mary Povv e, is inging iu conterts In Div-dm. whin she has teen ver) -..-,.s,f id Miss Howe will appear In Leilin on December l'j Al's, Augus a CotUovv or Chicago has made her debut at the Sing Acatlt my ami est.il.lMied a reputation asa votir.j-planMe i a it iii.irs.iue tugri t ruer ot at m.y and gnatpreiul'e ror the future A ConversatV n hi Id at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeneiilaslvvit k unde rtheiiatrotiage of the American ai.d English embassiesfor thelenefltof the Kpisct pal thilrch rtallisl alargesuni Mrs Uhlaud Lady Lnssellex, respectivil) the wives ot tin- American and British ambassadors, were personally m attendance and a-sisu-d greatly in the success of the' function A gelf club has been formed in Im-Ml. u of wh.ch Mr G A Dunning of I luia delphia is tecretary KR. HANNA'S TELEGRAM.; One of the t'lipnbllslieil iles.anes of I.luitliiti Xluhr. There was one telegram handed to Chair man llabe-oek at Republican headquart rs in this cilv on tlie night of tie tlection that was not given to the press It was from Mark Hanna, and as it U all over low, tin re will be no impro prict) In telling aboit it It was about J a in. Everybody v-ra vir) sletpy with the cvctption of Mr Baticock, Mr Mercer, sccrttary of the committee: Mr ."schradtr. of the press committee, and Mr Pit rce Waggim in. Mr W'aggaman wasin evening dress wear ing his silk hat well back from his fore head At J ." (.'clock there was a decided sensation in Ihe oHice Up to that time ail -if the reiorts were rose colored Tor the Republicans Mr. Jones at Chicago wasn't sa)ing a word, nor did hesay anv thing iqi to J .In, when a growl came in fr.mi him bv one of the press asv-civions, in which he protested solemnly against the way the rt porters were "coloring the eli-pitches - Everybod) laughed, but with jut the least tm of reserve prueltnce because it might have been as Mr Junes intimated -ot n aftir this protest from Mr. Jones there was a ihangt in the tutor or the ehs patches The words ir or erailvinliire bivan lo appear in the tiltgrnins and the Republicans alsjtit the room b.gan to look a shade less rosy It vi-as while this area of low pressure wasatitsdepthtlnt Mr Hal K-ock tailed me or the waiters of the hot. 1 and sent him out for provisions. There were fewer thau a half dozen people keeping Ikis late watch at headquarters and the colon i! giutleman's e)es fairly Mazed with as lomshmeiit when Col K.iltsock gave an onler for $2 vvtrlh of sanelwiehes, at 3 ents apiece This was Col. Halcot k's way of intimating the desperation oT the sit uation. The colond gtuUtmau said noth ing, but went out and came back with the live loaves and three fishes There were some things to -.o with the sandwiches, which aUo wtnt- Alihoiigti tot Hab" ink never teased to helm ever) Hung, It looked uncomrorluble roratleasSatinour It arret, led ilr. v.aggu 10.111 so tleepi) tluit ne voln.eerei lo bring Hie telegrams in to .Mr Balieock hot from .he wires which were sii- ing in a loom Just across the conldor Mr. W'aggaman ue.er Iihjk off uis ailk naLa . tvo., ,e.eine slightest vanation from Ihe oiigiual angla ot tl.o Mine He brought in several dis patches which did not exhilarate auybody to ail) extent, and at last h - -am iu with one that made everybody as vviae awake as if they had been do,ei in uc neck Col lUb-ockopeneilthe telegram. -.lanced a' tin; bo. tout of it an 1 remarktd -Hanna." Ju-tll-ten to thlsaatl v.eep,"v.mtiuued Mr UtlKi.cr., wilo iaa isatl one. .ue tl.st few vvonls which were "the Jig is up." Ever) body wept. -Read it all. read it alL" urged Mr. Wagganiin with siinius.sH.a emotion. "The jig Is up," resumed Col Babcock readirg, "but let u retire gracefully ami lake a drink ' The telegram was signed Mark Hanna. all right, but everybody believes that it ' is !viti.i.t ..a. .,.. , r,i v. con spirator at the tili-graph instrument. The Jollification over the sandwiches a ml this tilegrain hatl scarttly suli-hied when Col Ilabcoek got a telegram from his sou stating that the chairman had earned his Wisconsin by the biggest inajoritv iu its history This was a nut sent telegram Others tame iu qi'iiksucces.sion from Ir.ili.ina and tven Minnesota, so that the chairman was able to sav tliat the whole Lake r.inuly had votcel just as he had predicted i.i'3iin:n Jim. uritNH). Eui-voi-iu, Vo Visited j)T- ,-). tlOt) Fire. Petersbarg. va , Nov 22. Tla lumHr plant or the Etuis tin Lumber Compan),at En'poria, this State, was ilestroveel by lire this morning. A large quantity of lumber was consumed ns were also several cars of the Atlantic and Danville Railroad Cout pan v, being ioadeti Willi lumber at the null. The Fire is supposed to have originated rroiu sp irks frem the fire liox or Ihe Loiler. winch ignited a lot of shavings. Tlie total loss is nliout ?20.0n0. Of this amount, S i Ooti falls on Hie Atlantic and Danville Railroad Company. The burning or this plant throws out ot emplov ment a large force of hands. Daiijsproiis IliifkH DiKcovercd. The ll-rilregraphic Ofrire gtvts notice ot the discovery of a Ictlg- of rocks in the apprisich to Glo .tester nnd Manchester harbors. Mass, about a cnartcrofa mile to the wt'stvvanl of Norman's Woe, ex tending nut from Popi'lestone Beach In a southeasteriydirectiuii foralout 350 yards and having n leas depth of 6 6-10 fett at its seaward edge f -HV-V- vu--. - s&.i&!&i&-v-iu!-&. , --.'f -a- v -jii-aim, $ms,m) r-tUi.lSmVritl-mnt&i.-Ji--i--.