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LAST RALLY Williams, Willan.l, Lamb and R. L. AloiUagttc Speakers. Arc Hopeful. ?rVIALICIOUS LIE/y SAYS LAMB Mall Wagon Crushcd lntp by Slrcct Car?Want United States Flngr. Manche?ter liurenii. THn?s-DI?palch, 1 No. 1112 Hull Stroet. | A lnst rally wns held In Manchester lnst nlght under tho nu.?plces of tho Clty Central Conimlttqo. n. L. Fronch, chalr mnn of tho commlttoo, Introduced the speakers. Tho flrst to tako tho floor was Hon. Judgo Samuel Williams. Judgo Wllllnm.* dlscussed the clrcular recently Issued by tho Republlcan Commlttoo ln Mnnclrvster,' snylng that tho Constltutlonal Conventlon hnd disfrnnchlscd In Manchester 1,000 voters, fiOu of whom were whlte men. Ho denled thls stutomeilt einphatlcnlly, sny? lng lhat tho whlte. votcr who had no voto was dlsfranchlAod on hls own personhl responHlblllty, nnd that a whlte fnco, providlng that ull registration taxes had boen paid, was a pns,?port to any poll Ing plnce. As for tho negro phnsn of the questlon, ho exprcsuod himself ns belng glad that tho black vote had been cut out. ln splto of all thn effortg of the Republlcan party to Inlroducc tho negro voto to the detrlment of tho whlto voto, ho pleaded that every whlto man of Iho South do all lu hLs power to up hold southern clvlllzatlon. Whatever tho result of tho presldentlnl election, he said, let us see to lt that the flower of clvlllzatlon ln the South bo not wlthored by the dark shadow now resting over southern lands. Attacked Roosevelt. He attacked Roosevelt, IiIh Imperlallsin, mllltartsm and parllallty toward the negro race, nnd said that if Roosevelt wore elected. lt would bc; an endorsemc'nt of imperlallsin and ono-manlsm. Lleutt-nnnt-Govornor Jospch E. Wlllard devoted most of hls talk to the discusslon of the tarlff questlon. Ho took up tho ntcel trusts, showing by argument. thnt the burden of tho enornioi.s prices for ntcel rnils rested not on tho companles, but on tho peoplo who used tho cars for personal or freight transportatlon. Hls talk wnn conflned malnly to tho discus? slon of the prrtf-eetlon pollcy nnd an nt tack on tho character nnd methods of Roosevelt. Lamb Emphatic. Hon. John Lamb unld thaX the RepublU can clrcular Issued to the effect that tho Constltutlonal Conventlon had dlafranchls ed 600 whlte voters was a mallcious llo. Ho reforred In no gentle terms to Hanson's nltack on hls (Lamb's) congresslonal re? cord. In whlch Hanson had said that he could do In ono term what lt would take Lamb thrcu terms to do. Ho thon mndo mentlon In bitter words to the alleged offer of the Republicans ln Henrlco to exehange Parker votes for votes for Mr. George Hanson. Captaln Lamb closed ln an eloquent appeal for all Democrais to be at thelr places at tho polls to-day. and vote tho stralght Democratlc tlcket. Alr. IX. L. Montague closed the procccd Ings ln a brlef speech of encouragement nnd checr. The nudlenco was very attchtlvo to the speakers, and at times waxed en ihuslasllc. Mr. Wlllard said. after the meetlng was over, that the hlphest com pllment that could l>o uccorded to a ppeaker wns iattentlon. and that he thought the speakers had received that compllmeiit last nlght. Car Crashes in Mail Wagon. A Vlrglnia Passenger nnd Power Com? pany car crashed Into a United States mull wagon at" Fourteenth nnd Hull Streets nt 8:45 o'clock lnst nlght. completc-ly up hOttlng tho drlver, n man named Clarke. Tho wagon was about demollshod. The drlver was thrown iindcriieatli nnd so i-ompletely dazed by the sliock thut he dld not know whether he hnd any mail, nnd lf he had, what had become of lt. The horse und wagon belonged lo Mr. S. L. Hawks, of Swnnsboro. Huwks was communlcnted wlth hy the pollce, Inform ing him of the nccidcfU und tolling him tc, send somo ono down for Mr. Clark. Dr. E. T. .Rucker attended the injurod man at the pollce station, where he re niaiiK'd untll he could bo sc-pt for. Wanted United States Flag. Mayor Put Grannlghnn, who hns bi-cn fi. zeulous for a Unlted States flag to | l'loal over tho puhllc school house, wlll probably have h!s heiirt's deslre grnnted. Mr, Grannlhun wunted the flug over tho school house because the German vlce eonsul (Vletor) flles the Germnn flug 1'cnrby. He hnd npplled to tho school board, but recolvlng no encouragetnent from them, npplled to the Rocky Rldgo Council, Jr. O. U. A. M. I.ast nlght Rocky Itlrlge. Council up putntcd a comihlttee of three?George L. Eubank, A. J- Wnll nnd W. W. Lurnn kin--lo confer wlth the other counclls of the order us to the matter of ralslng means to furnlsh the school wlth a fhlg, Budweiser First in Sales Because First in Quality 100,402,500 Bottles Sold During 1903 The Largest Sales of any Brand of Bottled Beer When _t.endln? the World's Qr.-te.t Falr do nol fall,.- vU.t The Anheuser-Busch Brewery The Home ol Budweiser Order* Promptly Fllted by 'OS. STUMPF, ManaRer Anheuser-Busch Branch, Richmond, Va. On tho ileflnlte nrrangcment of the mat? ter, the commltteo was ordered to ask tho school committee for nertnlBS-on to ralso tho.flag. and In tho event. of thelr dolng so tho ceremony wlll be performed on Thnnksglvlng. Personals and Briefs. Tho places for votlng to-day are as fol? lows.; Plt'Ht Wurd. N. P. Balley, ut Willlamson's store, Sixth and Hull Streets; Second Ward. M. A. Wrlghtsell, at the Courthouse; Third Ward, M. A. Wrlghtsell, at the shoeshop between Eloventh und Twclfth Streets; Fourth Ward. XV. L. Portor, nt Mrs. A. E. Pnclni'B atore. at Eourteenth nnd Hull Streets. Tho Circult Court eonvenes next "Mon? day ut Cheslerfl.ld Courthouse. The felony cases alone wlll take ton days for triai. Mr. Loonld.-s Wllllams and Miss Annle Luck wero qulolly marrled In tho par sonago of tho Fifth 'Street Methodlat Church by Rev. A. B. Slinrpo. Councllmnn C. L. Potllt undorwont a palnful operatloh yesterday In having nn Ingrowlng toenall r<*-moved'. The street cars were crowded yesterday afternoon nnd last nlght with clrcus goer_. There Is reported to bo one rabbit less In Chosterfie'd county now, ns Clty Ser gcant Snunders went hunting yesterday. Mr. J. A. Gudc, of the Virginia Pas senger and Power Company. wlll bc sum monod beforo tho court to show why he should not be fined for drlvlng ovor the sldcwalk at Flfth and Balnbrldge Streets. Mr. Gudo was engaged ln haul Ing dlrt to flll up a leak in the canal there. Richard Claibome, colored, was fined $10 for contompt of court. Clalborne, who was a wltness In one of the cases bo forc the Mayor, becamo Impudent. but ho promptly pald over hls flne ^vhon called upon. Tho Board of Aldermen met last nlght and coneurrod in tho rrsolutlrm passed latcly by the Clty Council, provlalr.g for the purchasc of two pumps, making repalrs to a boller and tho purchase of n now one. The Vlrglnla Quartette wlll glvp a con cert In I^nder Hall Frlday nlght for the beneflt of the Presbyterlan Church. ENTERTAIN FRIENDS. Street Railway Association Pro vides Attractive Programme. The Vlrglnla Pnssengor and Power V. M C A., at tho Reservolr Park, ha? ar ra'ng-'a a pleasant ovenlne- for lts mem? bers and their frlend- and famlUes ln the naturp of nn ontertalnment to-nlght, provlded bv tho followlng people: Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Perklns. duott. wlth lvir'.tono horn nnd piano; Mrs. W. L. Hailps. voc.'il solo; Miss Ll'-Zle Baylor, recltatlons; Mrs. Morrls. plano solo; Messrs E. M. McCIure, XV. M. Blckers, John Quarles, S. D. Miftletnn and XV. L. Balles, in hutnorous black-face sketehe... By specltil iirrangement wlth the Bell Te)er\hori'e Company. full returns of the r.ipctioii wlll be announced ns roeeived, Wlth the ojcpeetatlon of the people at tondlng the r-ntertnlnment, llngering to get tho returns, the ladies of Woman's Auxlllary of the assoclation, have nr rahs*-d "to se.ll. at popular prices, llght luncheon to thoso w.ho deeire It. Thr- entertainment will be entlrely free und the programme will hogln at S:l_. Sneak Thieves Abroad. Tho chlor of pollco has recelved a num? ber of complalnts nnd reports of rob heties and attempted robberles by sneak thloves. In no Instanco has thero been a robbery of much lmporlance, but thero n.ay be, and the chlef ndvlses all houso holilers to keop thelr doors and windowt .urefully fnstenod day and nlght, thus mlnimizing tho trouble. It is believed there Is a gang of negro youths who aro dolng tho mlsehief. Child Badly Burned. A flvo-year old nogro glrl named Le noru Briiton, waa badly burned at her home, No. 012 EitHt Byrd Stroet, nt 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The chlld waa playing with somo Hghted paper, and wus burned about tho abdonion nnd legs. Dr. Perklns, of tho nmbulaneo ,corps, treated her. JUDGE PARKER AT "LITTLE CHURCH" How the Democratic Candldate Spent the Sunday Before 1 Election Day. (Speclal to The Thnos-Dlspatch.) NEW YORK, Nov. 7.?After nttendlng servlcej-r ln tho Llttle Church Around tho Corner yesterday mornlng, Judge Parker took hls llrst ride In tho subway. Ho spent a qulet Sunday, recelving no callers, and left the clty at half-past 6 last eve? nlng for L'ropus, where hc wlll remain over election day. Accompanled by (ieorgo F. Parkor, of the Democratlc National Commlttoo. and Arthur McCa'usland, hls secretary. Judgo Parker went to church at half-past 10. There was quite a flutter among the chureh-goern when 1ie entered. An usher led the. nomlneo and his companlons to a pow half way up tho center al-slo. Ser? vlces were conducted by the Rev. Dr. Houghton, but the sermon wns preached by tho Rlght Rev. A. H. Mann, Mlsslon Bishop of North Dakota. Tho Bishop's dlscourso treated of mlsslons ln general and thoso of North Dakota ln particular. After church fcvlces wero over, Judgo Parker, Mr. Parker and Mr. McCaus land walked over to Flfth Avenue and strolled northward. Tho day wa.s llne, and tho nomlneo who is fond of exeiciie, enjoyed the crlsp, braclng alr. MR. BLISS DENIES. Declares There Was No Such Conference as Gorman Claims. (Ey Assoclated Prean.) BALTIMORE, MD., November 7.?Tho News, of thls clty, to-day sent to Cor nellus N. Bllss.' trcasurer of the Republl whether he would roply to . the mfw can National Commlttee, an Inqulry na to whether hc would reply to the charge made by Senntor Gorman In a speech on Saturday nlght that Mr. Bliss and Sec? retary Root had met In secrot confer? ence 'wlth a numb?r of trust magnates about a month ago. Mr. Bllsg has sent the followlng answer to the News: "New York, November 7, 1904. "Clty Edltor.?lf Senntor Gorman mado the statement you quoto. I reply no con? ference of any kind for any purpose has at any tlme been called by me or held by grntlemen named. The senator hns been decelved or ts flrlng ln tho alr. hoplnp- to hit somethlng by a chance shot. (Slgiied) "C. N. BLISS." POCAHONTAS RETURNS. Rebuilt Steamer, More Beautiful, to Arrive November 15th. Tho steamer Pocahontas, of the Vlr? glnia Navigation Company, which was partially burned and submerged nt her - dock last spring, but, was suhsequently floated, hns been rebuilt and remodeled In somo respects, maklng her a flner and handsomer boat than. before. The re stored steamer wlll reaeh thls city No? vomber 15th; compietely rehabllltalc-d and looklng like n new bont, .is Indeed she. ls In mnny respects. The steamer was re? built nt the Roach Shlpyards In the Dela ware Rlver. In rebulldlng her sho wns fo remodeled that tho dlmenslons of the cahlus nro rcduced somewhnt, nftordlng much moro dock room Instead. The prornonude deck extends compietely nround the vessel, a populnr fenture with a boat wlth such a heavy summer oxcur sion buslness. Tho Pocahontas ls one of the fastest rlver boats on the coast, und nono of her speed has been saerlflcbd, the chances nll belng on the upper works and thoso of such a nnture as to Increase rather than dlmlnlsh speod. Does Any One Want a Boy? Superintendent George B. Davis, of tho Clty Hospltnl, has for ndoptlon a brlght four months old bnby boy, of good parcn tnge. But Not by Doctors. A ClevrlBnd innn itroppeil IiIh vemiiforni np pendlx ln tlie rorner-Btone of a new cluh hoime. TI1I9 was Incornilrierato. The next thlriir It wlll l?n necemstiry to opcralc on tlint eorner-stono for nppendlcltls.?Montgomery Advertlser. ? IHE TIMES-DISPATGH GBRHESPOIDEIT'SVIENS (Contlnued from Klr.?t l'Age.J i lll the next Houso of Ropresr-ntutlves, aud fear llmt It may fall to Effleoh, 'I'ho llrpubllcnn tVingrr.'slonnl t'ommlltc6 does hot expect. to do better than thls. It eotinla upon loslng the (.-.ond1 West Vlr . glnln (tilil posslbly the Third, but clnlms thnt Slomp wlll bo re-bleetorl from tho N'lnth Vlrglnla. The coilimltten expeeis to loso n momber from Mnssnohusett?, \ ono from Pennsylvania, two from New Jersey and posslbly two trom Wisconsln I nnd ono from Maryland, but hopes to galn two from thls Stnte. | It would not bo surprlslng should Iho : Democrnls orgnnizc tho rioxt Houso. | While Parker nntl Roosevelt havo the ? c( nter of tho boards, there nro no less tlmn nlne natlonnltlcki-ts wlilch mny ho ; voted on to-morrow, though threb of tho parties whlch nomlnated .andldatcs fnll | ed to noinlnato electors. ln addltlon lo [ (He Republlcans and Democrats tho. fol | lowing parties hnvo tickets ln tho fleld; Popullst, Prohlbltion, Boclalls.t and So* clnllst-Lnbor. The Continonta'l, n lalxir party oxlsting almost -Olely ln Chlcngo, tho Natlonal Liberty and tho Llncoln party, tho last '.two horto organlzatlpns, did not solect electors, Forty-two States wlll elect members of tho Houso of Ropresenta llves. Malne, Vermont and Oregon eleeted congressmen early thls fnll, A. Oovernor and full Stato tlcket wlll bo chosen In each of the fol? lowlng States; Colorado, Connectlcut, Dcl? awarc, Florida, Idaho, Illlnols, Indlatiu, Kansas, Massaohusetts, Mlchlgah, Mln tKSotn, Mlssourl, Montana, Nobras..u, New Hampshlro, New Jersey, Now Vork, North Carolina. North Dakota Rhodc Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Toxas; Tonnessoo, Ctah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsln, AVyoming. In South Carolina only tho Domocratlc tlcket is' in the fleld. ln all tho others thore seven or slx ench, and ln Illlnols thore aro Beven or slx each, and In Illlnols publlcan tickets In Delaware, but they differ only In tho name of guberriatorlal enndidates. In Wisconsln Lafollete ls tho guberna torlal candldato on ono Republican tlcket against tho Stalwnrt candldate, repr. sentlng tho Republican bolters. In Kansas and Nobraska Domocrats nnd Populists hnvo fused except on na tionnl tickets. ? Populists and Prohibitionists. The Populists. wlth Tom Watson as pres Idential candldate, havo Stato tickets ln twelve. States, nnd thoir nntlonal presl dchtlal cnndldat. will bo voted for ln thirty-threo States. Prohibitionists have an electoral and ,State ftlckot ln twonty-seven, and nn oloctorai tlcket In twelve addlttonal States. Socialists havo elcctoral and' State tickets In thlrty-two States nnd elec? toral tickets in forty-three. No Stato offlcers wlll bo chosen this year ln Alabama. Arkansas, Georgla, Kentucky, i Louls-iana, Maryland, Missis sippl and Vlrglnla. States which wlll choo.v. their State of ficlals, but not a Governor, aro Cali? fornia, Iowa, Nevada, and Pennsylva? nia. Logislatures *which wlll be chosen ln twenty-three States will elect. Unlted States senators. The terms of thirty sen? ators explre March ., 1S05, but seven of the vacancles have already been fllled. PARKER ON HIS FARM. Judge. Receives Many Letters From Seekers After Office. i"Bv Assoclated Press.1 ESOPUS. N. V., Nov. 7.?Judgo Parker resumed supervlsion of hls farm work to-day with npparont zest. Ho exhiblted nlmoRt boylsh dellght. at gotting back Into outdoor Ilfc after his busy woek of cam palgning. IIe rond all of tho Now York papers before breakfnst, dlctated a num? ber of lottor aftor the mornlng and took a long horseback rldo, accompanled by Mrs. Parker nnd hls brother, Fred Parker. Tho Judgo wlll drive t.ot Kingston early to-morrow to enst hls ballot. Ho wlll bo accompanled by Arthur McCausland, hls secretary. who also votos in Kingston. Office seekers hnve bogun to monopo llzo tho Incoming Esopus mall. and many letters have beon recelved by tho candl? dnto. Ono -which camo to-day contalnod a single sentt-nce, which read: "Pleaso road the last clause of the forty-second verse of tho twonty-thlrd chapter of St. Luke," Tho clauso is us follows: "Ro memher mo whon Thou comest Into Thy klngdom." GOING HOME TO VOTE. Government Officials and Others Leaving Washington. . (By Assoclated I'ress.) "WASHINGTON, D. C? November 7.?A few hours beforo tho ballotlng In tho presldontinl contost finds tho natlonal capital practically descrtod of all quall flod electors. From evory department of tho government lumdreds of officials n_.d clorks- hnve gono homo to voto. Among government employes tho Interest ln tho contost hus beon greuter than ln any oloctlon for many years. The President will go to Oyster Uny to vote, leavlng to-nlght at 12:30 nnd re furnlng to-morrow evenlng. Thnt tho Presidont ls confldent ol' the result of tho eiection no ono who talks wlth hlm cnn doubt for a moment. All cullora ot- hlm to-dny found hlm ln tho best of sp'irlts, and, wlthout un Indlcation of hbrvousnoss or anxloty, lio dlscussod S__E_fflBBOE3EESSSSSSK?KSH^Pi Saved From Operatio 9036 Fitiiwator St., Phi-APEu-hia, Pa., Oct. 12, 1903. [had eonmsation of the wotnb and inflainmation of tlie ovariea and. my health was so bad[ that I waa to attend to my household duties, and was compelled to hire help which I could llly afford to do. My sufferings in the stomach and around tbo polvic organa waa something awful, and at times it would seem as if my inside. were coming out, Tbe doctor Baid that I must hate an operation to got w.'ll, but 1 dreadert tho ordeal, and, hearing of: Wine of Cardui I tried it. It ia tbe finost medicine I ever u?ed. Ifelt relieved witbin a week and kept getting better. I used thirteen bottlea AL before I was well, bnt that ii now five months ago and I have not _yi__j bad any pain since. I do all my work now and never seem to tire. s"vt* Ajio ti&r+O TIOB-HMUIDMT, ? HADJKU KOTHU'I CLUB. WINE ?* CARDUI Analyring symptoms is not the first step toward securing health. More care to the laws of health and less attention to the symptoms of sickoess is what is needed. When you buy a dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui you have secured a bottle of medicine which has given 1,500,000 suffering women health, Why pay a spedalist to tell you what is wrong with you and pay the price of a dozen bottles of Wine of Cardui before you secure any treatment at all? Mrs. Wilson, with the experience she gives here, is indeed a specialist. ?? She has been saved from severe sickness, rescued from the operatiog table and icatored to health?by Wine of Cardui. No suffering woman could possibly do better than take her advice aud try the Wine of Cardui treatment, ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A $1.00 BOTTLE TODAY. Mra. Davis Wilson. 2035 Rtzwater Street. Philadelphia. Pa. Foufqureaoi, Temple & Co. Latest Arrivals in Coats and Costumes We can promise you for Tucsday morning some intensely interesting productions in woman's wearing apparel. A huge assortment of immcnscly popular new garments, showing styles authoritative, progress up to the minute, and expressing all the excellencc and beauty that is the distinguishing mark of the work of master tailors. This gathering is the direct outcome of a just-concluded visit of our buying staff to the big centers of production. If you have outcr garments to buy?of whatever nature? this is the opportunity of the season. Prlces ranoe from f 12.50 to SMO.OO each. Amoskeag Outings, 10 Cents a Yard. Many stores call the same Outings bargains at 12JC We have a superb assort? ment of them that covers every requirement of pat tern or coloring. They are servleeable and trust worthy, 27-lnch, at....10c White Quilts, $1 Each. This is the biggest dol lar's worth you ever bought in Quilts. A good, firm texture, 11-4 size, woven in imita tion Marseilles patterns. A durable and Slghtly Qullt at.<.".'. .iji.6'0 Huck Towels, $2.48 doz A very fine, full-sized Towel, with Damask bor ders and hemstitched ends. It is well woven, strong and absorbent, and is this week's leading bargains in Linens. B2.-18 a dozen, Instead of $3.00. Bargain Blankets. $6.50 Values for $5* Made in full 11-4 size, of splendid white, long fibre, fleecy California wool. They are full weight and are pos sessed of that glowing touch that makes them the snuggest possible compan ion for a winter's night. mis bests any Blanket we have ever sold at.95.00 Black Broadcloths. All the elegance and refinement that is natural to black goods seems centered in this season's Broadcloths. No wonder they hold the position of first choice amongst seekers after handsome dress stuffs. For real beauty of texture and finish they are in a class alone and unapproachable?their popular and much merited revival will be hailed with "delight by all good dressers. The Black Section is showing some of the hand somest Broadcloths we've had in years. Flne Black Cloths, 52 Inches wide, at. Imported Broadcloths, 56 Inches wide,' at. ;.;;'.91.OO to 92.OO ,f. .92,(50 to 9U-30 Women's Kid Gloves, To-day's item of especial interest at the Glove Coun ters is the display of the biggest single shipment of Gloves that has reached us this season. They came to us on Saturday last from makers no less famous than Perrin Freres. You may expect every newness that the best Gloves are capable of and you may rely on qualities that are unsurpassable. Every promlnent style, every new shadlng. The value In cur dollar Gloves Is partlcularly Impresslve, Eiderdowm. Folks with an instinct for quality have picked these out before the price was mentioned, and when they have put the two to gether they have filled their winter wants without further questioning. There's no getting around these values and prices. 27-lnch Elderdown at.rtOe 35-lnch Elderdown at.^.50c 9254c Sheets at 79c, New York Mills Cot? ton, of which these Sheets are made, is one of the standard cottons of this country. It is known every where and its record is uni formly the highest. The Sheets are 90x90 inches?full size for double bed, perfectly made, laun dried and ready for use. Italian Silk Blankets. These are mostly in Roman stripes, with all the brightness and beauty of Eastern colorings. In splen? did lustrous silk, adaptable for slumber robes and couch covers. There ,s a splendld assortment now on sale; prioed very entlclngly at 91.2S to 93.00 each. $1.50 Long Cloth, $1.39 12 yards of this splendid material for $1.39 is but another link in the chain of bargains that will draw discriminating buyers to the annex. It is a fine, soft, chamois finished Long Cloth that you will probably never buy again at such figures. Fourqurean, Temple & Co. 429 East Broad Street and Annex. Iho result of tho oloctlon as calmly ns lf 'he were not a prlnclpal In tho con ?Tho Presidont rolterated tho statement mado by Chalrman Cortelyou, that tho campalgn for hls oloctlon had beon con? ducted on tho lofty plnneof prlnciple and patrlotlsm, and that. If eleeted, ho would enter upon the dut.es of hls hlgh ofllco on tho -th of next March wlthout having mado a promlso or entoroa into an ob ligatlon, that, In the lonst way. would oinbarrass un honost mnn ln adminlster ing tho uff.-i.lrs of tho natlon ln tho In? terest of all tho people of Amerlca. Roturns from tho oloctlon wlll bo rp celved by tho President at the Whlto House. In nddltlon to tho returns re* celvdd ln tho rogular tolograph and ciphor bureau at tho oxecutlvo offices, lmport? ant mossngos and bullellns nb-o wlll bo receiye'd ln tho Prosldent's HbVnry at tho Whlto Houso. * At tho hendntinrters of tho Democratlc Congreaslnnnl Commltteo in tho Rlggs Houso, Secretary Charles A. Edwards will rocoivo the returns from varlous Stoles and from Domocratlc natlonnl hoadmtar lors. All of tho local pnlitlcnl organiza? tlons havo arranged domonstratlons In tho event of the result colncldlng wlth thelr vlcws. A blg torchllght procowdon nnd seronndo to President Roonovelt hus heen projeotod by tho Republlcans in tho expeetntion nf hla oloctlon. Should Judge Parker bo successful, the Domocratic clubs wlll parnde tho stroots wlth flaga and hrass bunds. At tho headquarters of both tho Re? publican nnd Democratlo parties to-nlght tho utmoHt confldenco ls expresscd ns to the outlook. Thls confldenco Is substan tlally expressed in tho bottlng on tho ro sult, wlilch hns heen hoavter ln Washlngton than ovor haa been known. . Tho outlook on tho gcneral ro but many wagers havo heen mado to Hbortor odds. FEELING RUNS HIGH. Such Bitterness in New Orleans That Trouble Is Feared. (By Aasoclnted PrewO NEW OULi.ANS, Novombor 7.?Owi'.ia lo tlio blttornes-H ol* tha mnlclpal eam jialgn, Mayor Capdovoiilo to-day sivoro in a couplo of hndred omergency pollce-* uion to bo used to-morrow ln tho event of dlbturhancos nt tho polls. Hosldes tliem.' oaoh sldo will havo flvo apoclal ofllcors to rcpreaout lt at oaoh polllng booth. Iloth homo rulorv; and and rog ulars olnliiied tho clty to-nlght, hnt thu bottlng favored tno regulars. Thor?> has been no mue.h preparatlon to pie.ervo th'i peaeo. that Jt h? expectod the olcotlon. will pnt's wlthout violc-ntf. A full munl i clpal and PttrochiaJ, tlcket, two contjreas* men, a railroad commlsaloner nnd a num? ber of judges are to be elected-. MK WOODSON'S REPORT. Secretary Shows the, Number of Documents Distributed. CBy ABsoclatod FroBa.) NEW YORK, Nov. 7.?Socrotary Wood son to-nlght furnished tlio followlng fi? ures regardliig tlio docunients sent nut by tlm Domocrats; Altogether 4:1,049.7-13 documonts were sont out, distributed ns follows: Bngllsli documonts. 10,1,03.134; forolgn docunients, S,332,095; liy tlio Con gresslonal Commlttoo, 7,300,150; by tho Germnii bureau, 7,400,361; by tho eom morclnl triivelors, 405,000; UthograpHloj 823,500; buttons, 2,174,594. BEASLEY?STRETCH. Cashier of Union Bank Weds in Philadelphia. (Speclnl to Tlm Tlmes-Dlspatch.) PIlJI.ADIJl.PlliA, PA., November 7.~ Miss Georgle A. Strotoh, formerly of thls clty, but 1-econti.v nf Rlchmond, Vn., be e'&ino tho brldo nf 'Alr. .loseph ti. Bcas ley. eashlor of the Union Hiuik, of Rlch nioiid, whom she flrst met whlle nurs ing ut the home of a friond of her hus bimd's. Miss Stretoh and Mi\'Beasloy wororhar 1'led In Chrlst Cliuruh, Heeond Street nbovo Mnrket, al 5:30 o'clock thls cvciiltig by tho Rev. tt. Jl. Barnes, liotlng roctof of tho nliurcli, Sho wns attciuled by her slstpr, Mrs. Murllui S. Bozortll, of Rlulunoiid, nnd Mr. Jteiusley wns attended by his brother, llurry Beasloy, of Po. tersliurg, Vn. Tho guests wero Kdwln A. Morrlek, of Collingsworth, N. J.; Dr. George. K. Kob Ir.s-on. of Ilolmesburg, Pn.. Mr. and Mrs. Al'lliur MePherson, und Miss Klolne Mc Plicrson, ot Brldgoton, N. J.. uiul Mrs. D.ouls D, Zieglor. Jr., of thls clty. GLASS IN A HURRAH. Lynchburg People Hear Him and Daniel and Halsey. (Spei'lul to Tlio Tlincs-nispnich.) l.YNUIUU'lS, VA., Niivenihw 7--Neiii'iy u ihnuHuiid iiersDiis sni fur hours to-. nlghi ut Papv'ti Wureliousu t" hefer tbe closlng uf llm Cftinpillgl) lu Sll'Ullg wp.-cchi'H lllildtl bv <.'on?res.-,iunn . tllnssi .Senamr 'Dunk'l uiul ox-Seilfltor Ii,m P UnUey. Tlie I'ully wns i-iilhusliistl.- itiii't iii.-ntloii of Iho tuunes oi'both (.'levclainland Hryan wns nnnltlliclpd, -a?? flnroids Hhoes are s-olil hy d>iib>rs \vho want to see. thelr cusloiiiers get the most for tholr money?und rtot l?S' dealers who nro tryli.ig to timUe tbe niost put of tlielr eustomers.-Adv, ELECTIDN RETURNS TOBE NOWN TO-NIGHT (Contlnued from Flrst Pago.) tho Southern Boll anj Amerlcan tele phono servlco nnd Its own staff corre spondont ln Now York wlll sond many speclal bulleUna, Thoso wlll be furthor supplemontod by roports from speclal cenx-spundents in almost every county in thls Stato, and In tho larger clUes of tho othor States. Tho Vlrglnla nows ser? vlco, and especlally that from the hotly. ecntestod Ninth Dlstrlct wlll bo tlie best posslble to obtaln. A codo of slgnals wlll bo used announc Ing tho result. If Roosovolt's c-locUou seems nsstu-ed tho llght on tho top ot' Tho Tlmes-Dlspnteh building wlll be turned due north for two mlnutes. lf Parker's oloctlon seems nssurod by thn returns from tho doubtful States, tho llght will bo turned soutivward for two mlnutes. lf Roosevelt's oloctlon seoma llkoly, tho llght will ho turned northward and moved up and down. Tho samo is truo lf Parker's eleciion Is indlcated, savo that it wlll bo turned south ward. Tho tlmo wlll pass plensantly and with fihundant entertnliiment in Iho interval.. wlth muslc by lardella's Hand and with tho illsplay of a flno varloty ot" moving pictures. All oi' thls wlil _u freo to the liubllc, nnd may ho onjoyed from a pd*. sltlon lu tlie south sldo ol* tho. Capltol Square, Among tlie moving pictures that wlll bo thrown upon tho caiivua aro these mov? ing sccnoa; The liuman Fly, Furnlahlllg ll 1**1 r_t. Tho Wlndow Cloaner, Scene ln l-'gypl, A Worltman'a Paradlse, German C.vulry, Scene oi' tlio Weatshoro Rallroad, Tho Pillow I'lgbi. aroeeryman'fl Rovengo, Tho Inexhatistibh' Wardrobe, Captain Dela* _vur, Tliroo Old Darkica, Alt*hlp. Inc.-.* Imu-tlblo Cftb, uom-nil Ctia, Off '" Bod lum, Oniiulfalhor's Ueadiug Ula.ss. Foxy Orandpa, No,* 1; Koxy Ortuulpa, No. U; Koxy flrandp.a, No. 3; >unt Mary Re* colvos a Letter, Non-I'nlon I'np'-rhunger, linlllver on lils Travels, Lono (?'IslH-rinaii, l'ciYnso of Colora, Now Typowiiter, Seen., on Piftli Avenue at Twenty-tlilrd Street, New Vork clty; Wa-hlug t'.ivalry Ilpruo,, Coun'rynmii's Vl-ti to a Spiritualist, llrooklyn Uridge, Wa.shlng the i-'-'Phunt... Dlvers at Wo-U, I'lyiill'la. O'lloolllKati, liKiuisltlvi' ClerKs, Sentry aud tho l'-.u*. Firmer's Trouble.-., ItuslUng Reu, Sword Elght. Trlp lo Un- Moon, Heavlng ti:*i l.og. Traln at. llelena. flpQOk Jli-li I, Ne-.v Vork Fho Boat, VolluttVer Elre D'>.~'?''* inmil. i*iro Rc-otie Bcene, Eun "t< ' EM Ing gimiek, Uaitle-hlp-, Sol-iier'n Ketutn, How Iho Wash Was Si?iiU.). i ulldivii. Leavlng School, Targel Pnii'lt.-i-. l-.vf-ry .?ue ls in.-_t oordiallv InvlUd ? Ui. C.ip'lLol t-tiuaiu to-iiitht.