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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
I'1'I.T. IIITIHICT r Atir.ItH'AN AX1
CUtMU'KAX 1 1 K.1I.N.
Viiroroun t'liiupnlsii by (Irnrriil AVoy
Icr In Culm I'ukIMi rcclluir
on Turklnh Ikotillry.
Till: l'KKMUKM'IAI. CAMPAIGN.
There is litllo doubt of ii fusion
between tho DoinooralB and Pop
ulists of Now York.
Republicans, Populists and
Gold men tuny unito iu Toxas.
Democrats nud Populists will
fuse in Illinois. Tho Populists,
after an exciting time, left the
bead of tho t ticket blank, thus tacitly-endorsing
Bryan is on a speaking tour in
Sowall, tbb Domacrntio Vice
presidential nominee, was beaten
in bis own word in Bath, Mainp.
Tho Democratic loss was especial
ly heavy iu that one ward.
Official returns from tho Arkan
sas election have been recoived by
tho Secretary of State from nil
counties in tho State, except Scott
and Locan, and tho majority for
Colonel Daniel W. Jones and tho
remainder of tho Democratic Stato
ticket is but 38,G'10. The increase
for tho .Republican ticket over
1891 is in tho neighborhood of
20,000. Tho result is a great dis
appointment to tho Democrats, as
it was confidently believed that tho
Democratic ticket would win by
at least C0,000 majority.
Populists are becoming fiorco in
demands that Sewall shall bo drop
ped from tho Democratic ticket.
His defeat in Maine' emphasizes
Slavin sottled Kilrain
round at Baltimore.
Tho cutter Bush is still busy
catching sealera in Alaskan
Mrs. Henry "Ward Beecher, who
is 81 years old, is ill with whoop
Tynan, tho alleged dynamite
conspirator, has a brother iu San
Two warships aro to bo added
to tho American fleet in tho Medi
terranean. Balph B. Treadway, captain of
tho Yalo crow at Hanloy last July,
Treasury statement: Availablo
cash balance, $213,082,837; gold
Tho Union Iron Works of San
Francisco have recoived tho con
tract for a now battleship.
Tho schooner yacht Norma is
being prepared at Perth Amboy,
N. J., for a scientific expedition
round tho .world.
Tho Australian cricketers have
reached New York. Thoy will
try to retrieve their defeat by tho
Philadelphians iu 1803.
Alfred Foatherstone, a woalthy
bicyclo maker of Chicago, has
beon sued for $100,000 for broach
of promiso by Miss Maud Stevens.
Tho financial statement of tho
American Board of Missions
shows total receipts of $743,101
aud expenditures of SG27,9(J9, leav
ing a balance of $115,135.
Oupt. Louis Kompir is to suc
ceed dipt. Charles E. Clark, ap
pointed to the Montoroy, as com
mander of tho receiving ship In
dependence at Maro Island.
Tho San Francisco whnling
bark Hidalgo has boon wrecked
in tho ico. nor crow walked
ashore and will wait for tho rovo
nuo cutter Bear to tako them
Major-Gonoral James D. Mor
gan, division commander under
Genoral Sherman in tho War of
tho Bobollion and a votorau of tho
Mexican War, is dead, aged 8G
Balliugton Booth, formerly
head of tho Salvatiou Army in tho
United States and now Gouoralis
simo of tho Ainorican Volunteers,
has boon ordained a minister of
the Reformed Episcopal Church at
Chicago, Bishop Fallows official-
BATTLESHIP TKXAH AGROUND. J
A Nowpoit, It. I., dispatch of
September 10 says: Tho battle
ship Toxas, which loft tho North
Atlantic squadron this afternoon
for tho purpose of gotting a sup
ply of torpedoes hero, struck a
rock whilo coming into tho harbor
at 5:50 o'clock and is hard and
fast. Sho rests on tho rock amid
ships and resisted all attempts
mado by tho tug Aquidnccl: to
-dislodgn her. Tho position of tho
vessol is a dangerous one, and,
should o storm set iu, it would go
hard with her. The place where
tho vottfol struck is almost directly
opposito the torpedo station. Cap
tain Henry Glass ami Lieutenant
J. D. Kelly were both on tho
bridge, and neither supposed tho
wator at that point to be ho shal
low. BAD AlTAIlt,
Frank Hepburu, a son ot Con
gressman Hepburn of Iowa,fonght
a duol in Chester, Arkansas, on
Sept. 15, and was killed by tho
second shot from his antagonist's
woupon. Hepburn is a railroad
engineer aud was waiting over at
tho station. For a practical joko
ho cut the shoestrings and removed
tho shoos of a saloon keopor nam
ed onus, who with others was
sleeping on tho platform, tho day
being oppressively hot. When
Sims awoke ho found himself in his
stocking feet and offered to thrash
whoever played ,tho trick. Hop
burn avowing himself as tho joker
was stabbed iu the side with a
pocket knifo by Sims. Ho then
challenged Sims, if ho wanted
satisfuction,to light him with suit
able weapons. Nobody interfered
and tho raon procured revolvors
and taking tho breadtli of a street
between them began firiug. Neith
er was hit on tho first oxchango of
shots, but at tho second discharge
Hepburn fell mortally wounded,
dying two hours later.
Tho Russian press is very bitter
against England, and coolness of
tho Czar toward tho saino country
Sir Isaac Pitman, tho origina
tor of tho spelling reform and a
system of phouotio shorthuud, is
daugorously ill in Paris.
A cyclone struck Paris on tho
JOth. Several porsons were Bori
ously injured and there was a
heavy loss of proporty.
Tho sixty sixth annual meeting
of tho British Association for the
Advancomontof Science convened
at Liverpool on tho Kith, under
tho presidency of Sir Joseph
Lister, president of tho Royal
Society, in tho Philharmonic Hall.
Sir Josoph Lister's address, after
referring to tho 189G jubilee of
"anaesthesia, that priceless moss
ing of mankind from America,
was devoted to a history of his
creation of tho antiseptic treat
ment in surgery. Ho detailed tho
iuiluouco on antiseptic develop
ments of tho experiments of
Pasteur and others in bacteriology.
Nicaragua has revised its liquor
tariff in favor of California wines.
Tho Dervishes in tho Soudan
are preparing to make a stand
against tho British.
Tho leaders of the conspiracy
against the Spanish Government
iu tho province ot (Javito, rinlip
pine Islands, havo boon shot.
A Vionna dispatch of tho lGth
says: A scientific party frv-m thu
warship Albatross, it is an nounced,
was attacked August 10 by natives
at Guadalcanal-, Solomon Islands.
A geologist named Fulton, a mid-
slnpman aud two soamon woro
On tho sovouty-fifth anniver
sary of Coutral Ainorican inde
pendence from Spanish rule, tho
lGth inst., delegates appointed by
San Salvador, Honduras mid Nica
ragua mot at Amapala to ratify
tho treaty of Amapala, for tho
union of tho throe republics into
one, to bo called tho Ropublica
Mayor do Central America. Costa
Rica and Guatemala refused to
enter tho union.
Continued on Jlh P(kjc.
pLAN JO REFORM TURKEY
VftniMMAr. Tiir a.tii;i:h).v join
itai. am i:u..i.vi.
'!!:' Iilc.i of n HrllMi I'uppi Humor
ill' Trimlili nl CoiiiIhii-
London, September 10. Tho
St. James Gazette this morning
published u loading editorial arti
fin Imadi'd "A Xnv Triple Alii
auco."' Tho Gazotto points out
tho mouacing tone of tho conti
nental scmi-ofiiciul press on tho
subject of Turkey, and says
ii y0 j
aro openly threatened with joint
hostilo European action' if wo in
terfere in, Turkey against tho
wdl of tho powers. But there is
ouo Combination which British
statesmanship might effect.
"Two states which havo little to
gain from RusBia could net with
us and end the tension. Tho
United Statos and Italy aro both
understood to bo friendly with
too deeply involved to bo unable to
assume an independent nttitudo,
under British inspiration. Why
should not England, tho United
Statos and Italy form a uow Droi
bund ? Alouo of tho nations of
tho oarth, tho peoplo of tho Unit
ed Statos can understand the im
pulse which would drive tho Eng
lishmen to war in order to sup
press tyranny or rescue tho op
pressed. Plenty of Americans
would regard with enthusiasm tho
spectacle of tho Union Jack and
tho Stars and Stripes flouting side
by side in tho Bosporus to back
thoir joint demand."
The Gazette says Italy is ready
to join England, if invited, and
concludes: "It might bo expect
ed that tho Russian combination
would go to pieces at tho
aspect of this gemuno Ieaguo of I
puaco, aud tho now
might lead to a fresh giouping of
the powers aud the deliv
iiUiopo both irom lurinsh mis
rule and the dangerous thraldom
to Russia into which it is sink-
London, September 17. Tho
Chronicle this morning has an
editorial iu which it welcomes tho
suggestion of tho St. James Ga
zotto that a now droibund, includ
ing Great Britain, tho United
Statos aud Italy, would boIvo tho
Armenian problem. Tho Chroni
cle looks upon this a3 a proposal
having nothing iu common with
cynical indilToronco, aud greatly j
hopes that it will hud an echo in
tho United States.
The Ghrouiclo thon proceeds to
assert that an American Admiral
w.is Inst year ordered to bombard
1'ildiz Palaco if thoro was any
further massacre of Armenians.
"Those orders," says tho Chroni
cle, "woro subsequently with
drawn when tho Venezuelan dis
pute came to a head; a single ex
ample of tho danger of leaving
such disputes to simmer until
thoy boil over at tho most disas
trous moment. Tho sooner Lord
Salisbury and Mr. Olnoy can
agruo to the arbitration of tho
question tho bettor will it bo for
tho chuueo of tho union which tho
St. James Gazette so wisoly com
mends." josi:i'ji .-vvwaiii oii'.s.
lie H'n n I'l-iimliii-nt Kiiiiiiltti I.iih
jit ami I.i'tflHlnlnr.
Josoph Nawahi, who had tho
distinction of being ono of tho
most prominont uativos in tho
Hawaiian islands, died at a pri
vate hospital in this cily yostor
day. Ho had boon a sufforer from
consumption for somo time past,
and had come hero on tho Hteuiuor
that arrived from Houolulu on
August 27th, to place himself un
der tho caro of a physician. His
wifo accompanied him and thoy
remained at tho Occidental Hotel
until a fow days ago, when tho
patient's condition becamo so pre
carious that it was deemed uilvi
sablo to romovo him to a hospital.
Ho continued to fail rapidly and
yesterday passed away.
Tho docoased was a full-blooded
nativo and had rison to con
siderable prominence through the
practice of the law. Ho had alo
taken a hand in Governmental
affairs. Ho had been a member
of the last Logialaturo under tho
monarchy and a member of the
present Hawaiian Legislature.
His remains will bo taken to Ho
nolulu for interment. Son Fran
cisco Chronicle, September 15.
Mr. Nawahi was not a member
of tho present Legislature. Ho
j was a member of ono of the short
lived Ministries of 1892. Prior
to tho outbreak of 1895 Mr. Na
l walii was arrested with John E.
Bush for conspiracy, but wnB ac
quitted oy a naiivo jury, wniio iiio
jury that tried Mr. Bush dis
agreed. Mr. Nawahi roprerented
a Hilo constituency for several
terms of tho Legislature. Ho
was ono of tho leading exponents
of "Hawaii for tho Ilawaiians."
Mr. Nawahi was 54 years of ago
and li aveB a wifo and two sons.
wixrmtor rotJNo iuii,ty.
Juilien t'ltiniiliclI'M AnllBiit Will Un
to tlio I'rnltciitlary.
On September lGth tho trial of
Oliver W. Winthrop for kidnap
ing and robbing James Campbell
of this city corao to an end. Tho
jury brought in a verdict ot guilty
in just five minutes after tho caso
had beon givon to them.
From the first tho conviction of
tho dofondaut was almost a fore
gone conclusion. Iu addition to
tho efforts of tho prosecution Win
throp by his own actions contri
buted to the verdict. Tho animo-
Bity which ho Bhowed against
Captain Loos and his ollicors
tonded to redouble tlioir cuorta to
send him across tho bay. At
torney Frank Boll and his coad
iutor did tho best thoy could for
him, but thoy devoted their oilorts
almost outiroly to an alibi, which
proved to havo no foundation,
and absolutely failed to disprove
any of tho allegations of tho peo
plo. Tho defendant had not been
Bontenced when tho stoamor loft.
IIKAI.ANI MKKCIOIIN MEET.
Ucorico it. Vurtc-r I Klecle.l Ciiplul" "f
A meeting of tho Board of Di
rectors of tho Hoalani Yacht and
Boat Club was held at noon today.
Two now mombors woro olocted
and thirteen now applications re
ceived. . Georco R. Carter was unani
mously elected to tho captaincy of
A largo number of now applica
tions for membership will be sent
in next wook.
Practice crows aro out in tho
club's boats ovory ovoning, and it
is tho intention of the directors to
keep up tho interest of tho mem
bers of tho club in its wolfaro.
Koine to Aiic-lmiil.
Messrs. Dextor and Crozier, who
wont to tho Coast a fow wooks ago
to secure a bicyclo agency for New
Zealand, returned by tho Alameda.
They havo the agoney lor tho celo
brated wheel tho Rambler, and
will leave for Auckland shortly,
whoro they expect to settle. Both
Doxtor and Crozier aro well known
in local sporting circles and thoir
many fiiouds in Honolulu wish
them bon voyage. Mr. Dextor will
probably do considerable racing
in Auckland, and Honolulu pooplo
oxpeot to hoar that ho will bo in
tho front lino with Now Zealand
riders. In fact, if tho Now Zoal
and boys can got away with
Ruby's "spurt," they will do some
fast pedaling. The boys citrry a
consignment of GO bikes (Ram
blers) as a starter.
"This -is a pretty placo. I
wouldn't mind living 'ore." Thus
was overheard a Colonial madam
whilo gazing into tho Executive
building grounds this morning.
THE ELECTION IN MAINE
A ke:iuhi.imn im.iikai.iiv or
Fit-TV IIIIMINtNO. .
tlnlnc I'ollttun ttic Px'iuiliin of
moiil nnil the llemoci-nlit 'nrc
.Mtopl Oil! i .Hlslit.
Augusta Mf.), September 14.
Maino has followed tho exam
ple of Vermont, and declared for
tho Republican tickot by tho
largest majority iu its history.
According to tho latest returns to
night tho plurality for Bowers
(11.) for Governor will bo over
45,000, and probably iu tho neigh
borhood of 50,000. Thouins B.
Reed is re-olccted to the House by
over 10,000 plurality. Tho returns
bIiow a majority of about 12,000
for Diugloy for Congressman from
tho Second district; over 12,000
for Milliken in tho third district,
and practically tho eamo for
Boutelle in tho Fourth district.
In tho Stato Legislature tho
Democrats will apparently havo
less than half a dozen of the Rep
resentatives iu tho House, and not
ouo in tho Senate. As anticipat
ed, tho Republicans polled a tro
mendous vote, and secured many
Domocrats' ballots. Ou tho other
hand, many disaffected Demo
crats remained at homo, and only
a fow voted for tho norainoo of
tho gold standard wiug. Tho
Populist and Prohibitionist votes
have beon received from only a
few towns, but it is evident that
neither party polled as largo a
vote as two years ago.
Tho successful candidato for
Governor is Llowolyn Powers of
Iloulton (It.) Tho nominoos of
tho other parties woro: Molvm
P. Frank of Portlaud (D.), Luther
O. Batoraan of Auburn (Pop .J,
Am mis Ladd of Calais (Pro.), aud
William Honry Clifford of Poit
lund i Gold D.)
Thomas B. Reed of Portland,
from tho First district; Nelson
Dingley of Lowiston, from tho
Secoud district; Seth Milliken of
Bolfast, from tho Third district,
and Charles A. Boutello of Ban
gor, from tho Fourth district, who
havo for years represented Maino
in tho National House, are Con
Tho candidates who opposed
them woro: First district Ed
ward N. Staples of Biddoford
(1).), J. F. Campion of Portland
(Pop.), Anion Clark of Buxton
(Pro.) Second district Atwood
Levausaler of Thomaston (D.),
Charles E. Allen of Dresden
Pop., and Edward It. Oglnr of
Camden Pro Third district
Molvin S. Holway of Augubta
rD.l, Bradford E. Lancaster of
Norridgowock (Pop.),and William
S. Thompson of Augusta Pro.
Bath (Mo.,), September 14.
Tho plurality of 375 for Powers,
Republican, for Governor, is tho
largest plurality over given here.
For Congress Dingloy gained 251
over his 1892 plurality. This is
tho homo of Arthur Sowall,. De
mocratic candidate for Vice-President.
PoiiTiiAND (Mo.), Soptombor 14.
Portland comploto gives Powors
(It.) for Governor a plurality of
1937, a gain over isua ot 1-15U.
Speaker Reed's plurality horo is
If tho present rato of gain holds
through tho Stato tho Republican
plurality will bo nearly G0,(00.
Fifty towns givo a Republican
plurality of 10,530. Tho mo
towns in 1892 gave a Republican
plurality of 3230, a Republican..
unin of 7300.
Two hundred towns givo Pow
ors 52,950; Frank 21,330; Repub
lican plurality, 28,020. Indica
tions denote Congressional plura
lity much largor.
Banuoh (Me.), September 14.
Powers has a total plurality in
this city of 811, a gain of 447 over
1892. AvooBtook country gives
tho Ropublicau ticket 4000 plu
rality. Congressman Boutello
runs ahead of his ticket.
Augusta f Me.), September 14.
-Tho voto in tho Thud district