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23D YEAH KO. 0,915.
WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBEH 1, 1S90.
PRI0I2 TWO OEJTS.
, OYS will be boys. They
'will sit on fences, climb
trees, slide on cellar doors
and in various other ways
manage to wear out their
In buying boys' clothing,
one of the principal things
to consider is the durability.
WE make it a rule never to
use any but the most dura
ble and WEAR-RESISTING
fabrics in the clothes
OUR School Suits for this
season, in addition to being
as durable as it is possible
for clothing to be, are
MARVELS of style and
elegance. All the NEW
EST and nobbiest patterns
of the season are HERE
ready for your inspection at
prices that are as low as
other dealers charge for in
ferior goods. Let US clothe
B. Robinson & Co
Original Boys' Outfitters,
909 PA. AVE. N. W.
RAUM WILL NOT RESIGN.
Has V.xbtt Cnnltilence That
Will lie Vlu.llcatoU,
The Katun Investigation a practically
over for Uie present, but will be re
newed at the nest session of Congress.
Testimony will be taken then relative to
the charge preferred against Commis
sioner Itaura of having said that be In
tended to discbarge a number of clerks
in the Pension (Juice after hi vindica
tion of having intimidated witnesses.
and of having clerks In the Tension
Ollice who were formerly in the employ
of C'jptaln Lemon, and whom Corre
spondent Seckeadorff said yesterday
might give the special investigating
committee some points in regard to the
cc in pitted flies and favoritism.
The majority report on the iBvestiga
tic n will not be submitted at this ses
fc( u, but the tnlaorlty report, however,
wIM to given to the press for pubUea
tbw. I'rivate Secretary Ilradley Tanner
said this morulas: In reference to (be
epi ointment of clerks front Captain
I.i laon's office: "They passed highest
in the civil service examination, because
tbey were better posted la matters re
laiiiii; to pensions oe account of their
cxrcrltnce In that office."
C mmissioaer Itaum was ia a very
P'f .1 humor wbea seea at the Pension
i utkling this morning, and wbea asked
r. ut a dispatch to the Philadelphia
l'i ,i, which says. "It is understood
that the resignation of Commissioner
Itaum is la the hands of the President,
Uit It Is doubtful If it will be accepted
i.nilt after the election." emphatically
replied - I have not resigned, nor do I
iuKu.1 to readga. 1 aw net guilty of
any misdemeanor. I never ran away
front an enemy, and I propose to have
the full matter brought before tine
ti.LjU with every confidence Oust I will
1 e fully eioaoratod from any blame
foreign Branch T tbeSSaol Cmcfmu,
?sew Yona, Oct 1. The ftrtt day's
scKnof the Bitttak Steal and iron
Institute branch of the Congress opened
tbu morning in Ckkkertog llali with a
i-irte attendance. Sir Jamae Kittson
. . upied the chair. Andrew Carnegie
eklmrcd an address, and General Sajtr
li.iu was given an ovation when he
iitiutj.. Oct 1. BWwyO Dyer.
l .-piKaiUon to the plan of cant
u Lai brought him into a latter co-r-
with his fc'atlonaiu pariah
'8. has started for Bosun to anr a
iu the Pope.
et 011 in 'IU,
, c ,. tmutuou and othewiawaus of
I uiu literature aouU itddMSS George
... oiuUs feinting Osnca, Wishing"
u c he has the platen of .iinm-aes
laxiS, jedral Ueetios ud Stiver
. ..L.l therefore can fSMsnntly nil or-
m ixrKc or tmaii umaiiiim at cnatoa-
uHiOiUi wake atone
IX so, buy
w oU fcUlijUU. Fur full UifufUM
uuj .ic nud JuUu V Wit
t lUuuiU m-iiu atiti.uu. ,
THE TOO-PROLONGED SESSION
WILL END TO-DAY.
PRESIDENT HARRISON AND CABINET
At the Cpitol, Using Their Endeavors
to Hasten Adjournment.
THE POOL-SELLING BILL IS YETOED.
There Should Be No Diserimination, Says
The President and members of tlto
Cabinet rcnclicd Ibe Capitol nt 2 p. m.
to-day, where bills passed at a late hour
will be examined and acted upon by tho
Before the rending of the Journal In
the House this morning Mr." Bracking
ridge mado tho point of order of no
quorum and the machine came to a
"What does it meant" was the uni
versal Inquiry. One rumor said It
meant the obstruction of the Tariff
bill, that It should not be enrolled and
signed by the Speaker and sent to lite
President, unless the llcpubllcans had
their own quorum here.
Napoleon McKlnlcy declared with
great emphasis that the Republicans
would stay hero till they got a quorum,
even if It took a month.
There was much hurrying to and fro.
Many hasty conferences were bold by
Democrats and Republicans. Finally
Mr. Brccklntldnc withdrew bis point.
Mr. Kllcorc.cvcn "Jluck," Immediately
renewed It. Tho mystery deepened.
The excitement jjrew. What, ob, what
was the meaning of it all?
Finally, when tho suspense became
simply awful, Charley Ilayoa went up
to "Buck" and appealed to him. in tho
name of tho South Mountain Fishing
Club, to let Congress go home, as the
club bad nrranged to go fishing, not
iicccstarlly to catch tlsh but have sport.
Thus appealed to.wbat could Ivllgore
do but yield? Nothing. He yielded.
The point was withdrawn. Tho Journal
was read and adopted.
Major MrKInloy then called up tho
concurrent resolution authorizing the
enrolling of clerks to make changes in
the bill necessary to make It conform to
the conference report. It Is the same
resolution which passed the Senate on
Mr. Allison's motion yesterday. It
Mr. Wallace of Now York this morn
ing introduced a bill providing for the
refunding of duties paid on goods be
fore October 0 remaining Iu bond after
What the importers want is simply
this: They have paid Into the Treasury
duties on bonded merchandise
which could have pild a
lower duty or been given free
entry after October 0. the date the new
'iarill bill goes Into effect. They paid
the duty to escape the 10 per cent, spe
cific penalty due on bonded merchan
dise after one year of storage.
In the Senate, after the Journal bid
been approved, Mr. Sherman offered a
resolution for the appointment of a com
mittee of two Senators, to join a like
committee of the House, to wait upon
the President and inform him that un
less he shall have any further, commu
nication to make the two houses are
now ready to adjourn.
Mr. Blair stated he wanted to eall up
the Labor bill and have action on it,
and objected to any resolution that
would interfere with its disposition.
Mr. Kdmunds senl the resolution
would cot interfere with the motion to
take up the Labor hill, and Mr. itlair
withdrew his objection.
The resolution was therefore adopted
and Messrs. Sherman and I Ian Is were
appointed the committee on the part of
Mr. Mandereon reported the bill to
revise the pay of certain employs in
the Government Printing Ottee, with
an amendment providing for Increased
pay for those engaged exclusively on
ainnt work, and It was pineed an the
Spe&ker Hmd stetwl tke Tatif bill
at 2.45 p. w
At :53 a. m. ,1 Tariff Wii w -iftnUttl
lo Ut Sea! by Ik Olttfk of ttu
TWO HftfaHldfl fatfrf VnfPfiifa3rtHtf
UotiiM aMnUad kU 4tf ttfttUM to it Tim
ligjfcflAiirft was 8BaomiiCod UtfOttgin CfeJksC
Tli maounetttntfut wju faUowd by
llu Myoggfaioni of Mr. Aklrick. wJo r-
POrtaUi tfQttk tll CMaWattittont OA JatnVUa
tla Hyjyg aWoybttaff $&t tibtf aii-
i-MirBMWftt q OOAatMaM sMlsattMttell SO as
lo wtrlgM tlw tinM of ftaal aloiwuaauat
Tbe itiftoUUsQa w q&Mtl Vc
Wata tl&9 Trtlf bit feaA jjciw4
HJyfat to kia rnriNtoiar MMMft WMl to
tfct fisAtts lnhki Wkalfial &
Triiwifat a an aM. of taaiiHaBambaaai ot
& anftnsv nna GOjaikcnind. thn nostti
naaiona of CseAafnl laMafy V. ftfiflrnAQsi
M. Ktui leriy sjiiI ialatijal 1- Tiaiij'ify.
U of the Diatrict of f'ftimiWg. to he
Cnmmawinnrn for Urn Sodt Cm.
The President sent the following
noLMoaUuua to the hunate today
lueuuuaat Coljaeltudsl, W iianer
George M. Wheeler, now a Captain on
the retired list of the Army, to be a
Major on that list.
The President to day returned to the
House without his approval a Wll de
claring the retirement of Captain Charles
B. Stivers of the Army leffal and
The President to-day returned the
bill to prohibit pwl-selHn; in the Ms
trlot, except on the regular race traeks
t f organised race clubs, with his ob
jections that Is. with his veto. Ills
ground Is that there should be no
discrimination ;' that if pool-selling or
gambling Is wrong In one place It Is In
another, and should not be allowed on
race-tracks any more than off them,
The nomination by tho President
some time ago of David Dudley, a
negro, as postmastor at Amcrlcus, Ga.,
created a good deal of ill feollng In that
town. Yesterday the nomination was
Mr.. I. 0. C. Pltkln, United States
Minister to the Argentine Republic, ar
rived in Washington today. His
health is not good and he has come
home to recuperate.
TO KXPKL WIIHAT.
THE COMMtTTEH WHO ISVRSTIO.VTED
HIM UNANIMOUSLY nECUMMHNI) IT.
Tho House Committee on Accounts,
which yestordny concluded Its investl
lion of charges against the official con
duct of Postmattcr Wheat of tho House,
to-day adopted a resolution for the ex
pulsion of Wheat from tho ofllco. The
resolution was adopted by a unanimous
vote of tho commltlcc.
ROSS IN, HINE OUT.
THE FORMER ASSUMES HIS POSITION
AS DISTRICT COMMISSIONER.
Tim Tcnnifir (Jutetly mi.it lTnoitent.-
tlomty 3Iile Introduced to Ills
Future AMlstanU Many
The change in the governing powers
cf the District was accomplished to
day, without ostentatious display or pa
rade, and after a service of sixteen
month, In which he won the esteem
of all brought In contact with him, Mr.
I.. G. Hlne. quietly retired from the po
sition of District Commissioner, and
Mr. John W. Hoes as quietly and un
ostentatiously took his place.
The change In the city rulers did not
call for parade, show or speech-making.
It was a mere formal transfer of tho
office, done by business men In a busi
ness like way. Early this morning
Poetmasler lloss entered the Post
cilice and sent for Mr. Johnson of
tho Iteelsterlng Division, a notary
public, and was sworn In as Commis
sioner 'f the District. He dronrted his
postmasterlal toga and became one of
the grave and reverend triumvirate.
After receiving the congratulations of
those present Commissioner 1!' de
parted and wended his way to his new
field of duty the District building.
Here be was received by his predeces
sor, Mr. Hlne, and after a little badi
nage between the two the latter Intro
duced the heads of the different depart
ments to Mr. Iloss, and explained their
labors. The new Commissioner was
warmly and effusively congratulated,
and tlowers were plenty as testimonials
of the regard and esteem in which he is
held by his fellow cltUens. Among
them was a magnificent basket of roses,
the gift of the faculty of the George
town University Law School, with
which he was connected for so many
After the introductions were over,
Mr. Hlne indulged iu a few minutes'
conversation with Mr. Iloss and then
left in order to catch the train for New
York, while the new Commissioner
seated himself at the desk where his
predecessor had spent so many laborious
hours, and proceeded to eet aeqiulated
with the character of the work he was
expected to do.
IXECUIED FOR AHOBRIBLE CRIME.
Outrutnt a Woman anil Killed Her
kbti liar lluabvotl . Itunvard.
Hayaxa, Oct. I. Two brothers, Jose
sad Carnudo Dim, were executed In this
city yesterday for a particularly atroci
ous crime. They had atttaeked a Turk
ish woman near Pinar del Hlo, and sub
jected her to the grossest indignities.
The husband of the woman sought to
avenge the dishonor of bis wife, but was
killed by the brothers, who also mur
dered the woman and then mutilated
the bodies of their victims.
Harrlasa Wanted la bt, LuU.
The President yesterday received a
telegraphic invitation front St. Louis
to visit that city and witness the cere
monies incident to the Veiled frontlet
celebration. Keureseatative Ketdring
Waus of St Louts called at Use White
House this morning and personally
reinforced the invitation. The Presi
dent did not give him a definite answer,
but it is probable that he will accept
tan invitation and stop at St. Louis oa
his way to Kansas and other points
where he has engagements.
TbtevcM Mane a Haul.
Some time during last night entrance
was eSactnd to II. H. Kirkwood's bar
room. No. im Q street north
west, by foreleg open the basemen
window-. Tan cash register hack of tan
bar was broken open and flau la money
tan tdacn wn tHtturinHt
AsMtand Fsen t?4tAneAtn.
Tan Tftepartmnt of fe&nte has received
a telestiasn tinted d&ifc inatant, from
our Minister at Bogota, reporting that
the Columbian Congress has approved
taw intiffaalhinal railway tnsjnitiiarw
without nrw nest ton and that h com-
viwaP"p rpfswa waw en"aew wnwppai wi
njltsiosiats nave hnejt antmjbjtgd hw h
want te tteiu flmr ay.
Bids were opened at taw Navy fe
partjnsmt to day foe ttiltsHnjf three
armjQtcd battle antes of 9.M0 tBas dli-ulacesnent-
The Union Iron Work
of San Fraai-snco, Cramp 4 Sons of
PtilladViphU. Bat Iron Company and
tiwiiif'ti lion Works were tan bidder.
Ikj sun vtwt to stake uiousj U o, buy
I. .. Id a W taity lieigliu Fur lull utturiua
UUU --L i. bt UL J i'iiiC liU-l J vllill V W ii
THE FIGHT BETWEEN GOV. GOR
DON AND THE ALLIANCE.
M INTERESTING BATTLE IN GEORGIA.
Sectional Developments in the South
Carolina Democratic Split,
DEIAMATER'S CHANCES ON THE WANE.
Pennsylvania Republicans Are Diagtislad
at Quay's Rale Vans May Game
VOTING IN OKOUGLV TO DAY.
AN ISTRnEffTIXO FIOIIT llBTWKKf OOR.
UON AND TIIR AM.tANCB,
Atlanta, Oa., Oct. L The State
election In Georgia today is for Gov
ernor, Slate officers and members of the
General Assembly, lint one ticket Is
before the people for Governor and
State ofllccrs. The Itcpubllcans, after
full consultation, decided against the
advisability of putting; out a State
ticket, and" with tho exception of four
or Ave Legislative candidates will not
be beard of. The election, however. Is
not devoid of sensational features. The
Legislature to be chosen will have the
election of a United States Senator to
succeed Joseph K. Brown. Por this
vacancy Governor John IJ Gordon Is a
candidate. At first It appeared m If ho
would have no opposition, but In n mo
ment of personal elation be cavcoITcnic
to the Farmers' Alliance, and tho result
is a slronc effort to defeat his Senatorial
aspirations. The fight to-day, there-
iorc, win do uctween uovcrnor uonlon
and the Alliance. If Governor Gordon
wins It means the death of the Alliance
In the State. If the Alliance wins It
means a new clement In national poll
tic, for the purpose of the Alliance
men la to brine their principles before
the people of the Union for settlement.
Ilcside the election of State olllcer
and members of the Legislature two
amendments to the State constitution
will te voted on. One of these amend
ments extends the benefits of the State
iienilons to the widows of Confederate
Midlers, and the other allows reading;
and icferencc of bills by title when
IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
TILLMAN DKX01NCKH AM) A SBfAIl VTKt
Cri.VMm.v, S. C. Oct. 1. Judge A.
C. Haskell of this city, one of the most
ttalwait Democrats of South Carolina,
whose name has recently been suggested
by I be Itcpubllcans as an Independent
candidate for Governor In opposition to
Fanner Tillman, who was nominated
by the Dtmocralic State Convention on
tho toih instaut. has issued a manifesto
which Is the political sensation of the
year In fouth Carolina.
Judge Haskell denounces la unmeas
ured terms as unqualifiedly false Till
man's charges of corruption against
and abuse and villltlcatlon of the
Democrats who have ruled the State
since 1H76, and contends that the State
convention which nominated Tillman
was Illegally constituted.
For these reasons Judge Haskell de
clares that he will not vote for Tillman,
contends that no Democrat should vote
for htm, and that a ticket should be run
against him. CoBcernlue the lwonosed
appeal to the negro vote to support such
a ticket. Judge lla.kell says-
"No man more than myself deplores
the exercise of ruffrage by the colored
race. Our government is dual In its
object, but single In its representation.
The white man Is to govern, but the
black race Is to be protected.
"I unequivocally advocate aa opposi
tion ticket to organise a minority, if
we can do no more, but to control the
government if possible. With this
Democratic ticket Inthenehl we should
ask the support and maintain the rights
of colored voters as we did In Ks7. I
wish that the rate could be disfran
chised if we could have a guarantee of
their protection. But that is imnoasi-
ble Their right of suffrage is the now
laai protection, the class of white peo
ple they support is their real protec
tion." It is authoritatively stated that within
the next ten days Judge Haskell will be
formally placed in the field for Gov
ernor by his straight out Democratic
A convention of the colored people of
the State has been called to meet ia this
tity October 13 for the purpose of con
sidering Use politkal situation. That
this convention will Indorse Judge
Haskell's nomination and pledge nut
the solid supvort of the negroes of the
State is a foregone loafluaioa.
QUAY TO Bl HKMUKBD.
WtLASUTlM'S CKAXCNS VIXIKt.
Tiua wntCK mtw unit mam.
Ksw York, Oct I. A special to the
li&itUi from lHMsbtug says that as-Coa-Kresssuaa
S. B. Dick, one of the leading
iiepublkaas of Crawford Couaaj, was
In PUtanurg yesterday, and gave Candi
date Deiamakr a terrible roasting. Mr.
"Deism ator Is utterly uaavrufulous,
A wan who will act as he did toward a
honekas cripete will do alaaoet any
thing. John Morris was the regular
BepuUkan nominee for treasurer of
Crawford County, lie wan a brave
Vaioa soldier, who had hens wounded
la the war and irf in iintnily disabled.
DeiamaUr went to blm and demanded
a written agreement that Morris should
deposit ail the funds in his bank before
be would support him. When MorrU
refused TWiamater auDnortad tftui fXmit)-cratk-
nominee, who proved to be a ik
"I told Department Cognw&nder
Joseph Beach ton of the Grand Army
of the Kvpublk to day that I coutd not
see how any old soldkr cotdd vote f i
IXbunaUr after the ay he used Morris.
Everybody in Crawfem County knows
that mery's charges am true. Uuk
ihty jump in and piaster the county
with money It will go for Vattuwn.
An attempt was made a few day ago
to get Belajaater a certificate of char,
ter to atnd to Philadelphia and out f
1 000 Rt.-pubUi.aiii v bated by iLe i
tiuouira uiJ li6 iijiUcJ ib. ,'i.r
'Ibw i.ld tllLw Kcpu! a.. 41.1 i 1 -
lictter element In the nsrlJ" i 'l
1 here were only twenty fonr nwm
lr of the Voting HepubHcan Clnb In
line Saturday evening at the formal
opening of the campaign In Crawford
County. When General Hastings ros i
to speak he said "I appear before yon
to advocate the election of yottr towns
man, Georste Wallace Delawtater." A'
this point "he pawsttl, expectlmr, of
course, that some one would applaud,
but not an auditor broke the stlllnew.
It was a forelwdlng of the qnlet work
which will be done on election day.
TO MAKE A VIOOBOV CAMPATOX ANO
MATTI.K Ar.AISST FRVtn.
PiiiLAiiKi.riitA, Oct. 1 The Inde
pendent Ilepubllcan State Committee
lias decided to make a vlgeroua cam
paign, by means of public meetings In
vailous parts of the State. Philadel
phia wlil be made the main battle
ground, as It Is recognlned that the In
dependent sentiment is strong In Ibis
city. A series of ward meetings will
soon be Inaugurated here, probably not
later than next week, and every part of
the city will be visited In Ibis manner.
The executive committee bad the sub
jeet tinder discussion yesterday, and
Cbaltman Mapea was directed 'to pro
ceed with the arrangements and engage
speakers for the meetings.
Meetings will also be held under the
auspices of the Independent Ilepubllcan
State Committee through the Interior
counties. It Is probable that tho open
ing gun will be fired In the citadel of
Democracy, at York, next week, though
Ibe date or the mcctlne has not vet been
The Independent Ilepubllcan State
Committee recognizes the Importance of
teeming an honest count of the ballots
cast. It does not Intend that all Its ef
fotts to enlighten the thinking men of
the State on the real Issues of the cam
paign shall be negatived by dishonest
election officers, and a fraud committee
will soon bcappolnted which will direct
list (Torts to securing an honest ballot
and an honest count. The fraud com
mittee will conduct its work mainly In
Philadelphia, and upon the plan which
the old Committee of One Hundred
found so effective In suppressing frauds
at the pells.
FOR VAUX AND VICTORY.
KXTRNSIVK IMtnrAKATIONa HKINO MADK
TO 1IEKI.KCT HIM TO COXdHKS".
Philadkli'iiia. Oet. 1 Ward and
division associations are being organized
In the Third district to re-elect Richard
Vatix to Congress. Mr. Vatix Is ex
pected to letttrn on Friday, when he
will be notified of bis nomination by
the CHIens' Committee last Saturday.
Au earnest fight will lie urged In bis
behalf, and his re-election seems as
sured. FARMF.RS WOULD NOT IIAVR IT.
WICIAL I.KOISLATION FOR CITIKS I OB
NOXIOUS TO TIIKM.
Titr..TON, N. J., Oct. 1. Although
as ytt only meagre returns are (a from
the different counties, tbey all indicate
by a tremendous majority the defeat of
the constitutional amendment to restore
the clause permitting spiclal legislation
for cities. There was another amend
ment also voted on, but, although it
simply corrected a cleric il error with
respect to the appointment of county
Judges. It was weighted down by the
tpeclal legislation amendment ami its
defeat Is also likely.
KIiIiihp Their j:iiliror' Ukuehter
unit Treat Her llnrrllilr.
Nrw York. Oct. 1. A special to the
Herald from Ilarryvllle, Pa.,ssys: Two
discharged colored farm-hands of John
Haneof, a well-to-do farmer of this
place, kidnapped his daughter Julia,
aged 90, last Moadayweek, took her to
a hut in a ravine and kept her there
until Tuesday noon, assaultiag her re
peatedly and forcing whisky down her
throat. Then they left her. The fiends'
names are Samuel Johnson and Jack
A searching party want out when she
failed to return hose, but it was not
until Wednesday she was fouad. She
was almost insane and in her ravines
ft. ,iijm! .TnlinfcAn sn,l Vtlliaiua rtft.
uieu have not yet been captured,
AN EXOMJS FROM KaNaAS.
failure or the Cam drop 1iu1um St
tic F lo I)trt Their 11wh.
Ksw Yonn, Oct. 1. A special to the
J.'huU from Atchinson, Kan., says
Ckarias E. Styles, assistant general pas
'snger agent of the Western division of
'he Missouri Pacific, who spent last
week in Western Kansas, says there fat
an exodus of extraordinary proportions
In that part of the Stole for Louisiana
and Oregon. The rush began last sum
mer whan it was known that Use corn
erne would he a failure. The exodus
lirfuiliii f amsers, miyhanUs and latmt -era.
There is absolutely nothing in the
country to keep the people alive.
a Cil Lftaftf mtti,
A Haen BaiM4 U lixntii.lmi KiflU-
Ukiok Pois,t, Ga , Oct. 1, A de
structive freight wreck occurred Monday
nfghi foAtrteen tl west of this place.
while crossing a switch and eighteen
more were piled upon it. One of the
cars was loaded with powder, which
in crashing ujuited ct using a terrUk
explosion and setting tire to the wrack.
Kighteen earn were destroyed. The
loss is UMJu.
mnnarfii ifasa yarsew Ksan
LKcutJw, Va., Ojl 1. --General
of a building oa Mala street, yesterday,
which was recenily burned, when aul
deary tike wail fell, burying aim la a
mas of dsM. He was rescued fat
about twenty minutes only altebUy
hurt, from undkir some Ills' e tlmiecs,
whkh held the iM from his mody.
the faiuffiis warrior.
Mr SxsftLUU., 111., (M. I tre
last night destroyed Out SagUi wlUk Is
wheat and a largv h--- f llotu tad
feed were also deetioj ed. Loas !.,
IKj ou aul to iuaki. uuuti tf j, l'i
..IilWolc tioiULi in d.ii iuf.jr.jJi
jij sec aeiouJ liafi! nil Mi t V jj
NEWS BY GABLE
DOTS AND DASHES PROM OLD
WHAT LONOON GOSSIPS ARE SAYING
HoKst Michwl Djiriti's Romb
Pktare of IrIads Fatur,
HOME RULE WILL DAWH TOR ERIN'S ISLE.
"Parnell Has Never Told a Falwhwd."
HerrlWe Outrage en a Li til a Freseh
Girl-Other Farsiga Matters.
Lordox, Oct. 1. The Illshop of Dur
ham, presiding at the opening of the
chutch congress in Hull yesterday, de
livered an address In which he empha
sized the duty of the church toward a
solution of the social question. A dis
cussion of the proper relations of the
Church to the State followed. One
speaker deplored the delegation of
power by the crown to n premier who
might possibly not be a Christian.
A company has been formed by litis
slan and French capitalists, with head
quarters at St. Petersburg, to supply
itttstlan sheep for the French market.
The concern has a capital of 3,000,000
John Morley tit net! with Sir. Glad
stone last evening at Hawardon and
spent the night there. He looks much
fatleued and careworn as tho result of
bis hard work and unpleasant experi
ences In Ireland. It Is understood that
he will at once return and complete his
Investigation Into the condition of the
districts BiTcctcd by potato blight.
The Italian Government Intends to
ask the Chamber of Deputies for a
crant to be used In the construction of
5,000 submarine torpedoes of a new pat
tern, which Is believed by naval experts
to be unexcelled.
The King of Holland Is believed lobe
licyond recoveiy. He can take no
food, and nutriment Is administered ar
tificially. Ills death Is looked for at
The "zone" system of low and unl
fotm passenger tarllTs, adtmted some
time ago by the Austro-Hiingarl.in
railroads, has proved so remarkably
profitable, as well as so satisfactory to
the public, that It has !een decided to
extend the syslem to freight rates. The
governments of other countries have
been carefully sttidylug the operation
of the "one" system, and It is reported
that Germany contemplates a speedy
trial of the principle oa the Oermau
Letters from Russia state that the
epidemic of cruellv to the Jewa con
tinues to rage with unabated fury.
The peasants and citizens, whose
natural hatred to the Israelites Is no
longer held in check by the example of
the local authorities, indulge la all
forms of annoyance ami persecution.
A measure is now being framed by the
Minister of the Interior, and will prob
ably be approved by the Ciar, whleh
will greatly add lo the misfortunes of
the Hebrew. It provides that eras
of foreign blood, who are ordered to
be expelled from llusslafnr any cause,
ami who do not receive the recognition
of their native, or any other govern
ment, shall be aent without trial to
Siberia, and kept there for the re
mainder of their lives. This aet prin
cipally affects the Jews, who can sel
dom claim any particular nationality,
even if any government would care to
bestir Itself on their behalf.
THE VATICAN TAK1S A HAND.
HUSH PMKt.VTES MVT AVOID A COS
YUCT WITH THE LAW.
Lospoa, Oct. I. The report that the
Vatican has determined to put pressure
on the Irish DUhops to enforce the Papal
rescript received confirmation from a
pastoral issued by the Bishop of Kil
dare. It is positively staled by aa Irish
man in the confidence of the leaders
that Ibis example w ill very probably be
followed and other prelate and priests
v. ill be notified that Ibey must modify
thtlr leal fur the national cause in or
der to avoid a conflict with the law.
The Parnellites are anxious to avoid
any breach with the Church, and it U
tbouaht that no further attempt will he
made to put the plan of campaign In
font. Mr. Parnell does not, like this
plan of campaign, and is anxious that
be rule should be brought to the
PAYJTT Qjf DVKAMITK.
THE UUtaS L&IDSB TMlKkk HOME BL'll
Kew Yon, Cut. 1 -The iUrutd to
day, in a special cablegram from Los
den, has the following interview with
"What do you think, sir, wilt be the
outcome of the present agUattoa r"
I hav no doubt it wUl result la the
UDeratioa ot Maty, Ualton and four
others who have aeea sent to prison by
unjustifiable means. Many hard things
have been said about Uoim Secretary
Matthews, hut I believe him loHie a just
wan at heart, and when he is put in
possession of the hideous facta of the
case he cannot fail to order the Immedi
ate liberation of the prisoners- Even
were ae not ao disposed, the force of
pttMie opinion in England would coav
nel such action, for the great uuws of
u,wbtly by and tokrato rank injustice
But ace you certain of tine fact t "
"Yen, be fond anv raaaonabJtT doubt.
In Daly', case I will not presume to
say what hi previous connection with
dvaawiU' plots may have bean, but I
am ttepawd to Atm that the dynamite
found on Ida ueraun and which led to
hie iuiprbn)jHui,-ftt was planted on Urn.
by men in the employ of Dublin Castle,
As to lu,on. I shall prove In Am next
Issue of the I i!r Wwld that the dyaa
wite discovwwl in UU posteittoa had
"Yes. but why dul he take it '
cause he was young and fooiiolx. and
wa Liunvd a ay b bu hatred of Eag
lioli i J.c lu lriUuJ But that U not
(hi naiiKu Kti'tiao.Q i-iiuic U one
pro oMBf wen to commit crime In or
d to be able to punish them It quite
another. Mark my words, these men
will be set at liberty."
"Is there any prospect of the recur
rence of the dynamite o!itrairtM'' Jfoae,
o far n I can see, and Oorl forbid that
there should be. Take a vote amontr
Irishmen In Ireland or America, ami
yow will find that nine hundred and
ninety nine In a thousand will condemn
swell a rwrffcy as only calculated to In
jure fjr cause and alienate our frienda.
All that talk about Mr. Parnell's having
marie a temporary agreement with the
dynamiters to abMaln from hostilities Is
a pure fabrication. Invented, I believe,
by IMek Ilgott. No, we can succeed
without dynamite. Gladstone will be
returned to ollice by an overwhelming
majority at the next general electmn,
ami with him will come Home Hnle for
"And how about Mr. Parnell's posi
tron?" "It Is stronger than erer. Two
months ago be assured me himself, on
his honor (ami Patnell has never toM a
falsehood), that be will come out of the
O'Shea affair without the faintest
blernMi. Yes, brighter days are com
ing for Ireland. Nor are they fr
OUTHAGKD AND MUTILATP.D.
TKItniMT.R VATR OP A TBX YRAR OLD
tllBL IS A rHRNttl MLLARR.
I'Ams, Oct. 1. A dispatch from
Grenoble stales that a horrlWe crime
has been discovered In the village ot
Vasticlcnt. A Utile girl, 10 years of
age, named JCoe Hulseon, the daughter
of a fartler ami keeper of a coffee
uousc, was mtssett two nights ago
seatch failed to 11ml her until yesterday,
i.v, lame, n iiuiiro. 1'iiiseui
wuen ner utHiy was iiisctiveretl in a
stream railed the Tabaret, just outside
A medical examination revealed the
fact that the child had been violated,
then dlscmliowied and decapitated,
while, not content with that, the wretch
bad mutilated the face. A piece of
wood smeared with blood was found
near the spot where her body was dis
covered. Time is absolutely no clue
to the murderer at present.
TWELVE MEN BURIED IN THE RUINS
OF A BURNING BUILDING.
Tim I'lotir 1hv Way, lint Tlielr Com.
lttijo lU-iriitil Tlieui t)nn llnivs
I.siIiIIk 3lijr Die Iroin
Chicago, Oct. 1. A fire ot uacer
tain origin slatted In the two-story and
basement brick building at No. 173
South Canal street shortly after 11
o'clock last night, am! twelve fireman
were seriously Injured by the falling
of the roof. The following are the In
jured: Itlebard Haverson, engine No.
IT. face burned and Internally hurt;
Charles Ktextou, engine 17, head
badly bruised. Captain William Carey,
engine 17, face burned ami shoulder
sprained; Andrew Nelson, engine 17,
luteins! injuries, face and hands badly
burned, will probably die; f. Hlgglns.
engine 17, bead cut; Win. Kelly, en
gine 17, feet crushed am! face burned;
Daniel Toouuy, engine 17, internally
injured; Captain Sweeney, engine to.
bands ami race burned; John Itiley,
engine 10. shoulder broken, John Cor
coran, engine 10, back sprained and
face burnetii John Crotty, truek No.
11, face burned and arm sprained. Of
the Injured Nelson is probably the only
The building was occupied on the
second floor and basement by S. Frank
lin & Son as a picture-frame factor,
and on the main floor by the Mills IWl
way Gate Company. The fire originated
on the second floor among a lot of rub
bish. It is supposed to be the result of
spontaneous combustion. Owing to the
Snflswmable nature ot the contents of
the buiiding the fire spread with won
derful rapidity. Before the fire de
partment arrived the fire was almost
beyond i ontrul. The entire basement
a in liames, and the first and second
doors were burulo. The man of Ka
giae Companies No. 17 and 10 went
sent to the war to fight the fire from
that point. Tbey entered the building
and had begun to work whan an explo
sion of naphtha, it is supposed, occurred
on the second floor.
The second floor came down with
terrible crash, burying the fireatea In
the ruins. A score of firemen rushed
to their rescue, and. in leas than half
an hour, the rains had bean torn away
and all the victims saved-
Mr FraakUa estimates his loas at
f 15.UU0. with 7,000 insurance. Tim
Mills Railway Gate Company is about
the same, and the lorn oa the building,
whkh is owned by Warren Springer,
U probably lo,o5o. Charles Eaulea
tk Co-, feataer dealers, who occupy the
adjoialag building lot about fl.OOo by
amoka and water.
CftMiBiiffasif il Tfiaw-n fair BB
Kr.w Ys. tct. l.fwa attempt
have recently been wade to fife s, ten
ment house at 873 Second avenue.
Tteatejday taw BoUce arreatod WHlian
Pfunder for tike ertmn. Pf under , wbo
ia but It) years old, confessed to th (
cendbuty attempts, and said he did Jg
merely for Ibe fun of seeing the house
bum- Tne house U in the midst of a
C4Ki&s, Sk. J-, Ch.L i Mr. and
Mis. Arthur William, while attempt:
Kailroad In their carriage lw evening,
were struck by an eapceM train Mr.
William wa Instaeily kilU-d and Mr.
Wiliiaau dUJ at the hospital. Mr.
and Mr. Wiliiaau were over 79 yearn
old, wtnkoy . and prominent ia church
JiMluhjHM 1 W SftlftX SriJfeA If ml ll
Kw Yon. Oct. 1 -NegnalahVw
have been begwa by fiaglNn syadl
cato f or the puichae ol tfce Um worts.
of whit. a. A. 6, Jeftuis2s is ntTiilini
1 pw "n r v nt ww psaawwawpsmas
trad ikk ftswit liiraliiiil la MKioithra.
ww! rwjmf 'p I'TPwwaa HP sjnnwTnranjjps
Hnw8 l i)kdi It tjjfed IO lit EJfejjjjt
a the country, ami k baa hem e.tend
agly aaccnaaf uL
IK' )mU wmit t.i lUiki- ujiuv If o, buy
U.Uat ttcole Hcifat. forluil lotorw-
Uuii m.l -h.u1jJ , ai. tju4 SoaU fe A aJ4
a.'. Li.i r a Uw". UiX U 4i..w'-SU. W
AsaSenvcnlr of the eeeasteti, Mr estiro
Fall aiHt Winter IrarnrtatfeMMare affered at
retlneet tls. The fettewiag are a few
IIlutttatloM rem a theasAad or more:
$7 Jackets $5
The tut!jf of IS JatktM in almoM ex
hautted. I'ntll retBtorranests Brrlveur7
Jackets mill be offered at fS. The ST Heel
ers of Cheveron Cloth come In bine, lie JJ
lo l, suit are fao-lmll of Ibe St Import nl
aarmeatii. Tb If Ticbt nttlng Jaeketa am
tailor flntl.l,lR exaettmltatkaiof tkelalait
ImpotteJ IMittots Jacket that rtUlltat tie.
S MCb antll ta nwrraw eraning.
$1 Pigskins 74c
Tbese dennlM rttskht Monsqnetai-e'
OIovm are twwallr aoM ander a tmr
asm and for obvious rsason-t. e. oar reu.
ktr itrlce is We, the prevaluag prlre a iair.
Taypoi all the lstttcltf of kid with
twice the durability. Tbey dye better t tun
kid. We are snowing tweatr-foar shade.
iBrinding the new gray. red, geld, brown,
tsn, medeaad also a fast nlaek.
9o Bffibons 4c
Of coarse, the pries is wuptetoualy Ijk:
bat that's atl that U Ooubtlul abaat itwut
Nlbboas. Tbey are ta two luts sad come I
Inch aad H tncbes wide; every tbrasd war
rented pare Gros drain ktik; the satta edge u
also all silk. Tka color yellow, livendar,
pink, iUtbt bine, navy, nlte, terra eotta. uUw,
nuaatanr. sf rtle, cehtan brown, tan. le-
bora, MMda, aid rose, cream, tdaea and.
wbtte. Toatl alto tad awiMoaed In tie Ut ot
Soavsain uv iittaiu j Waaoas for m a yam.
Tbeoe are On-irla nun with satin ea,
50c Dress Goods 45c
f be redut-ttoa la pike Is eoastderabla wb.
it fat reatembercd ibat In order to give -best
vaiBM ta the city at Mi- a rant w pi I.
in aay tantaacts. a, yxd wboteaK
I aaMstieaablr lb most eesaptete variety
and the bast aauiyaa ytid Wool Ore
ftig it baea. and tbeaa ajw metadad at ssk a
fasd. itt annaaailF jnod imallttes aad
ibaffsrr bi Cttmacaft. arrina sm. Clut. &
rtwsca ikovaMv aattntga and rbjaa :-
AJao Hank Sent Ceraas and Itrbitr Brii
111 iJftl ill fa iffi
Ltnnnnna lVMknVanawnT KOewananwaannnr
w u iHrict of tWMaata , I M i -4
at, I. I i r ' I 'j . f l t