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PLAGUK RAGING IK THE EAST
jUVAGES OF CHOLERA IN JAPAN AND
0vrr. tBNEBrTWBM thocsant? \icttms in .tapan
^grrrtRTP t? pttprrss the xf-wn osjuu
ttrtJt ???? '?NARIKS roRCEr TO G?.?.
SUan Fr.in.dsco. Sept. is.?Notwithstanding the
^jsnTiir- ot Japanese and Chinese authorities to
turrw n#wi ro?*?f*'''"ntng the cholera, the truth
a,?* at last rome t -? light oon-ernlng the plague.
Jipa? B?d North ?China are fairly alive with
.Solera perms. Siberian officials have declared
Japans?* ?^pen r?rts Infected, and fr?->:*n official
acmrcf*? M I* learned that over 17.?wi people hnve
_>d Ir. Japan from thf plague rtnc? Its start ln
the ?Fases I res In China the disease has ?rained
_ m ' "" * Ivi-es by the steamer Rl?? Ja
selr."' l*I "r !!ia' ln Tokio the heat is terrific, and
the dlaeas? ?janns have been nurs.'d bv the cli?
mate Ini v.rule.it Ufe On the Ri , l? tie could
|e lean 'mlng Yokohama, but the plague
If ras*!'??-" ??"?ere also. The ?.uarantine ?ifflcers
there reported seven cases on Ausrust 16, two
<_?,.? r- the Ifth and four on the 20th. Others
aere trporte?4. hut Jus: how many is ? it yet
?r. OaahS IM new cases were reported ln tun?
jay places ln the district have been
order ? Md tne foreign and native popu?
la?. ? Is righting the dtaeaaa vigor, usly. A car
pSnteT on rhe itoamer Ashdown, In Yokohama,
??a? Stta ?*: by the disease. In Odewawa. a
_K.aU t ?rn near Y. k?hama. from five t.> ten cases
a day arare reported. Four sailors nf the Italian
?raiser Cubr?a have recovered out of the dozen
or m .'Te stricken with the plaga
Ir. China, at Che-Poo, the Bissasi Is spreading
rapid".> Miss Turner and the child of I>r. and
jjrs M Tarlane, of th?-? Chu-Chuai L?-?ndon Mis?
sion **? ? At Nanking much illness prevails
a ? .^ners. many ol whom have been
f- leave the country.
THE DISEASE IX AI.c.IERS.
Algiers. Sept. lt.?There were fort) -three deaths
fror.? . a.iera in this city yesterday.
THE ROMAN FETEI
G???? S CBDWS F'RiN'T; FIRE? THE FIRST SHOT
VU THE RIFLE < VN ? ? ST
R^rr.e. Sept 11 The rtfli - ?JtSce ?ind the various
tapdles ol velerai?, w::h runrreis. Bags an 1 1 i:.?i> ? :
-? this morning and de
pSSttl '? t Iwona? irown upon th?? tomb of King Vic?
tor ; Pantbe At*, mmense
crow', of spectators were gathered around the
p.?. ? adding * ? ? f the ccre
?>or..? Tbe foreign veterans, including the
V?* Y rk, a*rr\. | ?,????
Tne ? ? r, aft. ? ! Qu?ren stten led the beginning of the
onte?! to-day, There was en enor
r -- trowd presan:, ar. i a most enthusiast) | ?
?r.p ?aaa given t<> therr majeattea. Prime Minister
Crtsp. mad? a speech. It. which he sail tha: every
: igst to be traine,! in the IMC of arm.?? In
arder to prevent others from ? - g them
saeln?! Italy and King I'mberto The Pi
>.. -'wn-prince of Italy, ojch
test bj Bring the hrs*. ahol The cent? ea ted
K? tere?! nd mu islaan ? - Usplayed
by the spectator?
I? HE MR CHAMBEIUjAUTB ???????
SIR AXBROeE SHEA ARRIVES IN ?T JOHN s THF.
EEK ABSENTS t : . rRENCB
fit. John's. NF lap! - ?Sir Ambrose Shea, ex
Ctoveraar of the Bahamas, who is a native of Hew
? -r.?.a.-.i, arrived to-day from Ens.an 1 It is be?
lieved that h?? is aicttni representative of
air. Chamberlain, the British Colonial Secretary, tr,
-* on th<> condition of things here, and that he
s -, robably be appointed Oovernor later or.
The Queen has assented to the Mil reJ?i-ing the
'he Govemoi an I the Judge? or the Bu<
j-rem?? Court, whi^h Governor O'Brien refui
s.gn. It is r,ir assentine
to the . , ? -. ment ,?,, not
Wish Whlteway Miniato any excise for
evading the consequences of the Ketrc-nchmer.t bill.
VON HAMMERSTEIW IN AUSTRIA.
IRK GERMAN GOVERNMENT ASKS FOR THF EX
TRADITION, UPON CHARGE OF FOROERT,
OF THK EX ?XDITOR OF THK
B?rl:n. Befit II Th?? Qerman Qovermaent has
a?K??? ?. Austria for ihe extradition, upon ? ?harg" of
gsrgery, of Baron ???? Hammerstelr. formerlj
* Of the "KretlS Zeitung," wh ?. ir wai
; wa? ir. E: ? il who. or, Sept-mo?-; It,
*? ?? fr in Blstrana, ir the Austrian ? roL I
Freie !'r?-s?.' f Vienna a 'etter defending
' against ?h? el irgei - roprlatlon of
: and forgery brought against him
AN'?THER LOAN FOR CHINA
ot'ARANTKKii ut rubra and fraicce?th?
LaTTER WIlaL FIND THK MOKET FOR a
RUaeO-CHINESE BANK IN PEKIJCG
Berlin Sep: 1? -The ccrrespon lent of th? ?
**QS*Mtt>y In Bt Petersburg informs lull pepe?} :ha*
e BSC nd Chtoeee loan, quarante,-1 ha Rassis and
?an? ?-. arili t??? negotiated ln November. Frane?
?a*UI undanrtalte to hnl the mone v. Qennan financiers
r ' ? ? - ik? an> perl of the loan. Ruwlan agent?
ne to I'ekir.,: ? - ? for the e*t.
tr.-r.? of a Russo-Chlneae bank in that city.
NO APOLOCY TBT FROM THE ?. ?
At? ?? "N PAPER IS MII.I?I,V AST? ?MSIIlii ? AT THF:
F-?-T!. 'NTKIi? OF ?1?G CHICAGO NEWS CONCERN
Ixmdon, Sept. it??"The pall Ma:: Gtasette," in
&.? arti le treating of the re snt nieetir.t' ? : the
jpgehts Valkyrie ami Defi ? Bandy Hoik.
W? haver,': sera or heard G arc apology' what?
?rver for th? printed ln I he I.on
Bui a' week rej (Irei
;.. yet ii ' , . hilt
? roo r? ?? ,?? ? ina the
??. which reoelvee it?- ???? hei from
Aaao ited Pressi employed reportera
?... .. ; not so ? ?** 'he r.-?mpe:iiip y-a'-hts
?par- or ?Mild time lirem ar ?un?! the milk Inai
- tmualng aleo, to s???? In jr?wt?rrday'? paper?
cri? thnt Mr Iselir, had de
* ? that h?? would never rac with ?Lord Imn?
r _ara 11 ret :hii Lord Dunraven w??uld proba
? ? ?? i?. ?m to rae? al ?? ?
AViTHER FRENCH NEW8PAPEB CANARD
'"i.V. JOXmStAl! RKT'C?l.ISHF.s ? BtTMOR, IXMO
BOfCa DBXIED, that ammassai ?< .its i:t STis
AND RI'NVOX W ?CI.l? '-.lAN'-.K FLA< t?
Pari? Sep? 18- "l.e Journal" say.?? the report finds
sredenoe that J. ? Kustis, t'nited Btatea Amba aaa?
tot ? arm shortly change ?place? ?Wltli
ThiO'lor?? Rrinyon. i'nlted States AmtaSaador to
^?'?O.rr.Ktor.. Sept IS-The statement of the Parts
??!" is sOOked ?:i?on at the State .* ?.?pnrtme.it
?or? as ai. . ? h i M tion of the peculiar aheenec of tn
? on that cn-ara t-rizen French newapapera
ia a recital of fact Tne story 1- nmply ?
f s rumor publia] ?
- and promptly denied b> ti.? partii
?.ed on th
ARAI!.- TURN PIRATE.-'
THEY rtLL?OB A BRITISH VBaBEL BECALMED
OFF THE BOP ? ? "
..tar. Sept. :s The ?BrlUeh felaec? Virgin de
Isa Angele?, which arrived hen : reports that
? aha waM becalmed off Aih.ieenias. J. SBSall
off th?? eoaat of Moroeea, a i-ar:v of Araba.
I ? boata boaMed h?r and nir.y ???|_?
,k to? in rpeei?,
th?] found In tl ? %ai ' ? '
THt. UOVA l")TFSTATK HAS THREE SECRETARIES
EXRCVTED EBCAVBB HI' THOI?OHT THEM
T?A) IKlKNJiI.V TO THK FKKN'H
B?ri?.? ? |_m T.igeblatt has a dispatch
fessa a rnnsspusrtist 1? ?Madags* tattng. under
re?? rve. that l-.-lm, Minister Kaii.'.laiarivonylhas: ha??
hih thr,?, nerei. The ****?*?*}*,
_l by the Pr.me Minister ot
be;?. .. Krenih
SIR CTMAHUBB TVWPRM IRRITATEP
Ottaw,,. ont.. Mept Ill-Sir Charles Tupper, when
asked whether he had anything to suv regarding
I ?a ? Cord's attack upon him regarding ''ann
Bau ?-oi-yright, said "Th.? tiaasrfcs of Mr tutu
Unw.rt.nnv to reply to" In regard ?
quean??, or aopyright. Sir t'harlrt Bar? ?anada is
?Ot going to surrender any advantages to which
Vi.'.der th.? conetltutlon -he le ISgattT__"*_1_??"___.____.
Hrltlsh North American act pasee?) by th* ??"?
Parliament gav.? t?. the I?omlnion fu.l <*0'ltr(...of1.*?^
?_?>yrlght law?, and be ??>? he 1? not. a? MlnUter
Ot Jiutlce. eoing to aacj-lflce thi? prlvilega
ALLEGED FILIBUSTER TAKEX
THE SCHOONER LARK DETAINED AT KEY
CALUAZO ANT? ENRIQCE CHAROICP "WITH ? ?I NO}
_R_Of_Rfl IN THE ??G???????' -riCAR OF IN?
Washington. Sept. 18?Two dispatches were re?
ceived at the Spanish legation this morning from
the Spanish Consuls respectively at Key West and
Tampa. Fla., announcing the seiture of th?
j schooner I-ark, charged with engaging In a flllbus
: terlng expedition. A representative of the Spanish
Legation sent the Information to the Department
. of State, addir.--? that the contemplated exp
of the Lark was but a "small part of a vast plan"
' on foot to land arms, ammunition and men In Cuba
! to assist the r?bels.
Two men. named respectively Tomas Callaeo and
I Enrique, are mentioned as being leaders In th?
j Lark and kindred expeditions
Later in the day ("Ollector Hrowne, of Key West,
? Fla., telegraphed th?? Treasury I??partment that
? the revenue cutter Wlnona ha.l turned over to him
( the schooner Lark. Collector Hrowne was Instructed
; to put himself tn communication with I'nlted Pt.it. s
, Districts-Attorney Clark for the Southern Dhltrlct
[ of Florida.
Th? Treasury Department communicated the
, Information to the Department of Justice, and Act*
Ing-Attorney-Qeneral Conrad win await th? lepori
Of Mr. Clark befor?? taking any step.?? In the matter.
Mr Clark ha? already genPral instructions for his
guidenci as to nilbusteiTng expeditions. The coun?
sel tot the Bpsntah Legation here called th>
ing at the Department of Justice, ani had s .?
BUltatlon with Act!ng-Attornev-<;.*neral Conn.
The official attention of the Siate and Navj De
parim.nt officials was also called to 'he fact ?f the
seizure of ihe Lark, and th?* International compli?
cations that may arls. out Of it In ease th.? evi?
dence proves that the Lark was engaged ln a tlli
bustering expedition. In .ase the Lark was on a
purely pleasure trip, as alleged, then the Govern?
ment may be liable for an illegal detention.
Wilmington. Del., Sept 1"> -The arr??-". of the
Cuban filibustera off I'm.- ??> Pia., baa -r?a;? j
much feeling In the r?nk? of the i'uhan sytnpath ??
ers h?re They talk openly of traitors and trench
ery, and that death should b" the traitor- ?
Th?? unearthing of the matter was due exclusive!)
to the actiYlt] of an American detective.
ON* TF.IAL FOR FILIBrSTFTUNG.
THK DELAWARE CUBAKfl IN COCRT- THR ,it*rt
SELECTED ?? ???????????? OKABTED
WUmmgtoa, I >??;.. Sept. IA?-The United BtatM
I .rn was well filled thts morning on account
of th? beginning of the trial ol the twenty-one
sll? - '???.??? nilbnstera Tbe reeding of the in.
? ? it was waived. It cot rixty-elght
typewritten pages uni contains thirty-seven
it-Attorney V'endegrlfi askei for a ? -?
meal of :h<- case for one we?k in ord? r to
secur ? n"w evidence thst is not yet svallable. Judge
Wal??? rcfu??* 1 ,ti?? rc'Ui??rt. stating that It
h< manlfestb unjaat to detain the accused men any
longer without giving them oppor: in!:?.
tried. There w,i
Attorneyi Ward end Rubans, for th?* ; -
At G .'. ' 0 1. ? Mr Ward returned ar.d with him
was ft.it? i ? - itor Grey, win took
with counsel for tl ? .??'??.?. I ints. There was a hum
of surprise when the Senator made htl S]
sacs Mr. Rubens entered a demurrer to seven of
?he "ounta of tho indictment. He hei : that
?rere defective because ?hey ,?!,.?_?? .
agaiii*?? intry unknown to th? ilrar.i Jury,
.-. ;:h which the United Btates waa it
trlct-Attorney Vandegrifi replied a: som?
length, holding that the* l'r.'.u ? Btate? waa a'
with the who!? worlil aad thsl ?
any foreign notion was unlawful. Benator 'Jrn>,
? ? he defence held that the accused wer?? en
tltli tr. ha*??? a reasonable description Of their
aliened offence In th? Indictment.
The thirty count? not objected to specified that a
militar? expedition had been s?t on fool again?! the
Klni of Bpaln The Benator ipoke of the ?even
inti as contali - ilou? charge which
hangs in th?? .ur without snaa*? ar.d Without f irm
He referred with some ton??? of sarcasm to t!.?
ment of th?? District-Attorney. Judge w.? ?
talned the demurrer Bled by Mr Rubens, and tiv-n
th? work of empanel Ina ? Jurj wea b? ?rm When
ihe Jury war* ?eiecti 1 'he court took a re,;ese until
: p. m.
Five witnesses were ?\.?mtn?.l ?his afternoon N*.?
material facts were brought ? ut the t??'lmonv
bearing solely on the movement of th? tug which
took the Cubans to New-Jersey and t.. the arm? and
ammunition found upon the part]
TO DIVIDE THE CAPTAINCT-OENERAL
ANOTHER BCHEXS TO REORGANIZE THE CUBAN
?".? .\ Kl'.v'Mi:*?.': SEPARATING I". INTO MILI?
TARY AND CIVIC DEPARTMEXTS
Revena, Bepl 13 vis Key , t. II ? -
ter?lay s rabli dispatches fr im Madrid refer to s
disagreement between SefWes Casteler end Be?
gasta, the lettei being of opinion that there
further necessity for sending more troops to Cube
In hts view he is supported by Ihe Liber
Opposition The] eesert that th?? Island -an be
pacified without any mor?? ascriflcea #t'-.? -
Se?or Casteler holds a view llametrl
to thai of Bagasta and his filiowers Man) een
eral officers in Spam have sbsrply criticise.! th??
militar? organization ln Cuba. ? ?pinion ls general
that the Major-G?? n?ral commanding- ?tonerai Mar
?ln??/. ? 'ampos? in his dual civic ani military ?*6??,
I has too much to do now as OenersllBSlmo and Csp*
tain-deneral of Cubs He is responsible for ei ?
thing in civic and military circles Ma Irli is of
opinion that Spain should s?nd one or two lieu?
tenant-generals to relieve him of the mere govern?
ing Bid? ? I bla 'ina; calling
("ahi- sdvl es thla day made public refer to an?
other projet, to divide the Captain ?;, -? tonerei into
??.. lepartments- Military and Civic if :;.?
,, epted by th?? Pp.mi*-h Oovernment, it is t..
listel? t will be offered lo G
Ma lea, and 'h?* other tO Q -imin. This
- . . ther changea in ih? spani?!
Indie?, wnen ?let'-rai Berg s would take common i
i?; Porto RICO The necessity of such a scheme is
Th? report? received h?re recenti; .?- to the
inoblllsatlon of ihe Thin! Arm? ?'orp?? of ?.???
men have thla ?!?!> been conflrmed bj cabli
patches. The tr .ops will embark ?arly In January,
or the middle of th?? . -
It; Madrid a Ministerial crisi.* is believed
ln-miner.: The resigna'iors of Miniate!*? Robledo
and Ros. h ar- hinted at
[t ig reporte,! mat Beflores Canovue and Sacarta
? agreed on a bill which wo; be Submitted ???
the Deputle? It deal? exclusively with the Cuban
Issue They fully expect thai ll will mesi th?
views r ?" Conservative? end Liberala
- sr ''.?novas, in the ever.? of a crisis, will
offer the Preal lency of the Cortee to Bailor Homero
? Spanish transport steamer Santi Barbara
.- . .?. i.iy with a 1?liti inai troops from
g. , . sr.?? waa enthusiastically cheered upon h?-r
,.??? ?. ,i bj ? large crowd of pe pie. who had gath?
ered to welcome her.
WHOLESALE AI'HK.*"T.*t IN HAVANA.
Havana. Sept IB. Beventeea person? who. |( j* t>?
i.r ?.?. i are SCCUSed of political offences, were ar
MATIONAL 1-G?? BACKS' DOWN.
TIIK UU.S-..N' BTEAMSHIF PEOPLC PAIL TO OS?
TAI* AN ACCEPTAKCB OP THEIB ??????G???
Liverpool. Sept. 1??Th? dir? tors of the N,
' ? ? Bteamahlp '"ompany announce to-day tbat th?ir
ir posai to Wind OP the affair*- of tb?' rompan) ant
carry oui th- agreement with the Wilson Une thai
tr?? latter \?k> over th?? National Company's buli?
ni??! raving foiled to obtain the ?rote of elgl I
per ?nt of th? ?harei si yesterdsy'? meeting, tn? y
have decided to drop the wbot? mattei
CBASQB8 IS FOOTBALL RULES.
tan asotXATioica as to s?*p.tmm.*.<"?:.*- i'-'w**r.s
ni" THK FIKI.H Oin.'lAI.S
New-He-ren, Bept !*.? .1 a Hartwell ar.d Alex
snder MonTatt, lepreaentlng respectively th?? Yale
and Princeton football teams, have finish? ? their
worh ?' i?' ???? '?'?? ntfaa of the latatroolleglat?
Football Associailon for the coming season There
|g no vllai chanx-, tur. there are several of min ir
importance Th?? greatest .hang? is in Bsetton I
Rule 3". which reads
G? scrimmage no) mor?? thai, ne man sluii -;.irt
forward before th?? ??all li in pia.-.. Not mori
ture,- men shall group themselves at a point behind
??? in.? before lb? bali is in ploy,
mei hall be on it ? Uni ol scrim?
mage unlll thi ball la in pia-, ??? ?pt that th?? men
nlaylna rh? ** lltloi >f either end rush mi) drop
Illese provi ;? not pass Inside the positi.,.;
occupied b? th? man playing adjacent taenia he
for?? th- bail ?? put tn pli?
The unni? diate lUlTCBder Of lb? ball fat ? down
ls Bass ad as a penalty for violation Of the ml.?
..ing? m the power of .ift'.cials of the ?/.?.?
announced. They are. aa last year, an umpli??. ?
refer? e and a linenia:. The changes are in An;.
official mai disqualify a player, i2> th.? umpln ?
may be ap|??a?ed to by the ??.,, .ir.ling
fouls and unfair l?ctica; <3> no appeal may be
made excewt through the captain. **?? tne three of?
ficials shall formulate ground talcs before lb?
\n tlnsr *?la<k In t???h l.iiruirni? mn he foariA
anynhrr? Ihiin timar nui n u fn ?I n r.-.l ha the
H0D6MAN RUBBER COMPANY?
KI10AIMV4V, til ?\. ?lSl? ?*???
?lor. 4.'rumi RA, Adj. ?1?1 Ave. Hotel?
A SCHOOL'S WEAK ROOF.
PARTS OF THE BUILDING CONI'EMNl-?'?
HY EXPERTS. Hl'T IT IS KEPT OPEN
?roKrumso oriRioiw or tBMtoB? m acthohi?
Tl * .-HAT IS Slimw ?? AN INSI'r:?TI"N tW
THF. PRKMIPKS- REPORT Wt A COMMIT?
TEE OT THF. ?'?ARI? Or KI"'?'VT!? ?
Parents of children attending the publie Khool of
Wakefleld. in the r. rently annexed aisti
? u-.atlv perturbed state of mind over (?onflletlns
reporu as to th. safety of the sel ? - Th'.
principal of the aehool, William P. Mol ?"
several of the local school autborttlea are ;
tently assuring th??.e parents that the building U
perfectly ?jafe, while C. B. J? Bnyder, th? r- ?penn?
ten hnt of ?School Buildings, and experts from the
Departiaeat of RuBdlnga are squally emphatic In
pronouncing parts of the structure to be Ul
Al preeenl s->me eight hundred to eae the?
pupils are attending the school.
This ?chool proper'y Is one of several school-: that
! Mate under th" management of the Hoard of Edu?
li ?. when another .?lie.? of Westchester County
1 wa? ennexed to the city. Borni eich; ?chool? In all
were Included In this annexation, and much time
?-as necessarily lost in making the eumbersoms
? hange from the old local to municipal m
men? of the KhooM. A great many details
be arranged, and lr, ?otn? cases a tangle Of i?'?^!
complications had to t.e straightened eel
DESCRIPTION OF THB BUILDING
The Wakefleld school property Is situated or, the
nor'h sld> of Kossuth-st.. and about two blocks
west of White Plains-ave. The lots have a front?
age of BA fee;, and are only 100 f?*el Beep, th?? ?
building running back nearly to the ?Jepth of tl
?:house is an attractive two-story
ar.d bas.-men? structure, bulli of brick, with ?tone
trimmings For a ?-ountry school, SI II ?*? ? - '?'fore
Wakefleld became annexed to New-York, thla was
decidedly pretentlou? It was hutlt ln two eectlona,
th.? flrat half some yean ago, while the second half
?. ? ly eight moni
?? ?- th?? ne? half thnt haa been attracting the
attention of ?he city's building expert? ll in
tain? s number ?if eleeeroom? and s large saaem
? the second or top Boor. Thl? la where
rhe ehlel Thi- rr, ? \
feet, and ?- dealgned to a mmodati ee*/eral hun?
dred pupila al a tin-.? The north ?rail of
- ? >., been thrown
plum!. b. thi faulty r?onetruetlon of tbe roof The
- ? ?rahled one, the beam- running free
of th?? tide wa up to the ridare?! v?reme
w ?' beama are held together b]
assembly roon Bti veto thla did noi
roof fi : the beema from spreedlng
oui ao ?? to puah tha lop of the north wall out
,. lachea beyond th?? plumb une.
This i?. the condition of the wall to-lay. Any one
the ??. ?*;"?
? ir.c outa ar?! In ?
! ten when a furthei . rool
. . ; . ?
entire w ill will J round Thi a
an? ? ol ' ? - -' '
s ? ?.: i. . ? . ?rusel
? . a It h ti.? pinning of I
?-.o d claaaea
<?r have .? embly
FKARIN?; THK. WEIGHT OF BNOW.
It era? the pinion of th? building experte thnt
the other ? laaaro? ma In ?
until .-old we.ith? ?
"Why until ??.>!?! weither ?et? inT' asked ? Trlb
iirre reportei "1 iroomo are safe In ?? ?
ten-.?.-t snd October, whai sudden climat
:- gotni lei them uns.if?? In November snd
1 ??? ember? '
I,-?? thi?." replied a building expert "*R hile i
believe th? il?; ?.p Itaelf under the
prese?' i, ? would noi ruaran tee ;
would nipport the additional weight fai
Thi?- t furthei Inqulrlee. If the ?
rool under wh. ? 1,000 children as
i ?? - -, week 'ar t?? .=" nl el) al? u
? ?? is to Indicate Ita incapacity foi ? Tying a
? ?? eight :? ighl to :
? '.?.it? I Ur Bnydei lid Investigati thi
*??i th?? support of the roof, were ?
thai ' ? ? tran rig ol the ?
t?? en . ? . ?;:??. with the re- .
wed I -? ? ?
den ) lo overthrow the north aall.
Mr M ?'.in..;, th?? principal of thl ? h.i'l makes
Mr. ??. - 'Ther?
are eon ; ecessai thi bull ling, a?
la the raus? with ? -? - ? buildings of the
.?:'? : .? yeai ? uee bul these repair? ir? of ?
paratlvej) trifling ? iture
i ludlng 1 repon Mr Bnyder urgea thai
the rear "i thl? school pro pert) I
??hase,i. s., that the premise? can run througl
atreet to ?tree;
REPORT TO Tin: BOARD OF Kin ??t??.??
a * 'he meeting of th?? Board of ! ' : . itloi yeeter?
day .if ? er ??.??, ?? tl.ommlttee appointed to looh Int
the coi lltlon of th?? Wakefleld school reparti I
th?? rool traerse? sbove the seeembly room were
?? bull ?ine waa not un?
ikal the aseem ?ly r om era? not :
The ? ? ?,, make ?he ne* :
the 1 Ratiniate waa requ
? late this sum Imi ? ite!?
FAST TIME To PBILADELPBIA.
A TRAIN OB THE PEXKflTI.VAKI?. ROAD !!"'.> AT
AN AVERAGE SPEED Ot ?GG?-???.?
MILES ?? H'?i'R
Ph:: ? ? - Pennsylvania R ?
road to-day. In t? from thi
: ? pe, nnd? a r?ni.irk.i>i!?. faal rin between
J? r*ey Cltj and .? phla The dlatai
twoen the two ell
run waa made in M minuti a ? gh I
ex -eedtngly fa*? ralli g. It la etili ??
behind two reara ago between
Jaree: City and Phllad ?? run to-day wai
?V ? r? : ?. but wai ?
t?i test one of th?? thirteen neu
bullt b) the hopa, and ?
suit was u- The train wa* ma I?
seven veal ?
pounds It waa drawn bj engine ?
left Jerse; City ai I! ; m The fastest si.
ma l?? betwi en Pi tion ai ? Tr?
when a mile waa reeled ofl In fifi ? ?,
" ' re ma I the : in an ? ? train arrive ?
?' -?'. ?-a ? '. ? minute? after leaving Jerse;
The average speed :
waa al the rat* * flfty-elghl n Iles .?-, hour, ? ??.?
of the high? were .<i>.>arl. but
?ruction an.l mo?
tive power ?:??-?? ? , . ;r:p
ARMY ORD? Rt
Washington, ?^,,? (1 , The f llowtng
? ' en Issued: Leave for f tur
month* to take eflfeci on or aboul October l 1?
?granted to Pliai Lleutenanl ?Srvesi Hlnda .1 Ar
tlllery Leave for thr???? month.? t taki eff
I i- granfe : Meutenani
Wpilan Bmll ? Artillery. Tne leave gi
nani Peter Morra?. .;?! Infantry, la
? atea i???? one rii??ntli I.env,? for thr??.? munti:- te
'??'?<? ? H. *. great? ?? : Cap
William H Kell, Bd Infantry. The following
ire detain ? to represen) the Medl<?eJ
pert ment of the Army a? del the annui!
ng of the American Put?.;. rie.,iti, am
to .??? held .?? Denver ?? ? ? Lieutenant- l
alfn A. Wi .?. ? ., -
? ? . in Dewltl an . Henry .-: Turr.ll,
? ir,;.??,:- \; , :? r- ! ?? ?? will
from th?:r respective sta rea I Dei
vei on ' ? toban i The l ? , ? ?.
ivalr. ar* p,? .? .ri.;? itenai ? Moi ?
Komery 1? Parker f.-"rn Troop I to Troop G
Lieutenant John t M l'.lalr fn.n, ? - ?. . '" Tr.iop
! Tri. following hanari s In
ufucers of thi M. li..c fiepartmeni ar?? ordered
Major Clarence Ewen ?.? on ales leave, ?
relieved from further ?'. ,?\ .n Fori Wall ? Walla,
and will r. ; mm indlng " ?
tort B'.lai tog Majoi Blair l? Taylor,
surgeon wn,, ?vili rep..-? to the ,-oniniaii?llng officer.
Pori M !'ii t? ?. ? ?.,
ll Blab) ??'? t?- ??' ??
or before th ... ? ?,. |V(. Wi\\ ,,r,,.
ee? I to Phil? ? s W
I ? the IVti. Ughthouae l?is- ;
tr ?' Wa or .'(? rj \I Adams nr. belni l!eve?l
::? ? M
aaslgned him by ?
.ugua vili relieve ?Tirsi Lieu- ;
im ?: Cralgblll as engineer ol the III ?
? -t Captain Blxby and M
report I Secretai y ?.i tbe
Treasui ? , ? ? ,G.?? moni ?? : laki
??. is granted io Beccud Lie ?
! Bton? ?iti
... , : ? ? !. ? -
day? i.eiive for one month and flf
????:. day? ??? t.ik?? effei-i after th?? return .?f rom?
pan] Ith Infantry, lo !',,r; 11. A Itussell. la
frante - ?.?.?.; .lohn ? M li
nfentry The leave grant??.) to Flrat L ?-utenant ?
Samuel VV. Dunning, Imh lnfatniry. July 3a, U ex- I
tended tan daya I
CROWDED WITH WORK.
OOLONEL l-'FU.OWft SAYS Hi HAS NO ????
TO ATTKNIl TO THK 0"_r> COMPLAINTS.
Hi: Anns that MOR? COURT! ATR BEEDED, IM'
THAT HIS 1IAM1? Alili ??.?. AT PREBENI
OfcUtCM G?? ??? ??'\'??
IN Till' 0_b HAYS
i"o:->n?; Fellows, the District-Attorney, was asked
yesterday eboui tbe musty sld todletmenu and
complaints resurrected in th.? otBce of th. Qistrlcta
Attorney's clerk at th? tim? such papers were
transferred to tb? keeping of th- ?;l?rk of th? court.
There were r,ver flfteen hundred Indlctmente, .n.l
the story of the way In (dMeh they hi ! rested In a
aase ::. Um Dtrtrirt.Attaraejr'? old aflce, aad had
takeB ir. a bag to th?? OflkM In the n?w
Criminal Court? Hulidlng. was told ln The Tribuns
recently. Thee? Indlctmente, it s?emed. had been
"pig????ri-hoi? ?' for .. purpose, th? offender- named
therein walking the streets as serenely happj SS if
their nmi-s had | ?>??'??<? th?? Grand Jury
igo Th?? indlctmente are sill! etfeetl?
?aid a' th- tim?? of th.'ir discovery tha? the
and I'!str|.-t-Attorn?y's ofll.??? were -iiiatd?*
indie the n.rk of thejireeent, and r-ou
po*?n.;? sttsnd to mese yellow, old Indictments,
though man;, ?if them were for felonies. The in
tneuti bora dntss ranging from is*.?, to :??
It came ?.. public notte? yeeterday tbat with
these old Indictment? wer. more than one thou
-a bad b??n resurrect! l. list? ?
over to th?? .-lerk of the ourt with the
?? ? ..rs. '
,?.?! between IMI and IBM,
of misdi eieanoi ? and fel?
onies, and ar? no ? the] arere
to e ? 'istrt : ? y to be lubmltt ?
i'raril Jury for MtlOO, bttl
After they re.icheil tt,?? DUtrlct-Atton
ofi1..?.* they '"eluinbered aad dept" In accumulated
Mai t '"'f th?? complaints (HUM troni ? ilice courts,
and wer- (or a'.i sort-- of Crimea from petti larceny
to murder, ar.d from murder to mil .
piati ? ? ? -. Fellow? m old In?
dict men ta and complaints:
"1 am not an srchaeologist, and 1 ? uldn'l be ?x
pict .... arork theee
saa that represent tbe accum past
years. There Is M much work now that all the
raeei ran'l be tried in Bseklng up the trial
for ea an geni rally -nor?. .? ? on th??
lists than 'an t?e tried. I have Lo decide which
?hall go on tt?.?? list, ? have ? ?
us. ih? ???*. ration whl rh rn- '
* ? i t.-?- ti. get an BBsortmeni
in th?? lisi ? ? ?
graver ess? ? In [ have ?
everj ii\ there ar?? ?h??? tbat bui
.??.. j .? .,n tii? ?is) ter trial
(Irand Jury grind
than ?re can handle, the work fall
?hould I.?? rr. .-? .. ' . and I had I I Ilk ?Tltl
ilorton yeeterday about seiMirlnit lomi Ii
.-? ?. to to hold
? ?it Ther? nr? now m ?I
than ii-?? court? ilblllty
"Now, ?.. come to the old Indictment
.- ? ?? ? m hi?
for the?? old 'back-nut
say ? papers s ere lei I an ?) ? ?
bave to .i-l?. the I ?Isti ?? At toi
ind I have not I
? tek< ? ? ises of m
hief clerk In the D ?I
p u fne?
? ?? m " Tins
re were nui
undls| a iya |
,? ind Jurj under th? ;
and tii.it rr.; I ll G M
?av.? ::..?' Indictments
? n?? large
when ?-?<e I If he b? ed that th?
and compiali ? ?
, - ? ... La) ? gom
il thi complaint?
were iindou foi llterlor
? ?? ? ose; thai Ihe ma ti
than thai of the forgotten Indi ind ihowed
lad ?.????? radicali) wn
th?? former admlnlstratl ? iti ? Th? n.im?s in
noi ir.:i g
? story is -iirr.nt in th? Criminal Courts Build?
ing that once In I of rh?? mys?
terious past ? ' " fl to bave s complaint pigeon
? ? >nt At th??
ur.??. iiti-ioii' ? ?? would have been re?
ceived for? the suppression of th?? complaints die?
. an?! ?.???,.???, for the Indictments. No pai
lar I Metric t-At ton lon?d as ha?. Ing I.?,
i was sal -?? ? rs ?tt iche ? 11 ?r ex
Assistant District-Attorney A li l'ori- relates that
Moses Clark waa chief clerk ?..???'? Indlctmente
UCESTS AT LEADIXG HOTELS.
Th? warm weather yeeterday effected business at
?te h ?tela Th? arrivata
m?-?, w-.-r?? - Th?? beautiful fall
city in larg?? numbera.
??.G.?? IRLE. ? ms.
y ? - [Inaw
i>. u t?
S !.. V, ,?>- -
*.'? C !" ?' !??. tAlfiry,
'.V 1' Hill ? ?*?!'?* i' -' '
* ? M
? \ ;<?'._? Ofdei
? Il ? ?.- r! ??, ?. ?
l> M. Uua;
I luir tolera
l "KINOll '.M
j v it Brown * wife.
J 1. BOTWOr, Bom '?
? t , '?. New?
j M t??. New-Havea
.- \? Level . i "
a ? \" Iman ?
? ' 1' .'?
.. .? lirai kei l<ia*e. ? N
? lil'.VM? t'.N'I'iV
W 1 ? ? ? ?
o. p. Mon
: -.?..? iwn.
J. ? . Bl '-lphla.
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W. Il . arali ??. ?
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1?. ? i; ? . N>wl
il. y Al inefleld,
H j R ?
1 . Il Polka-I N? '.v ii.iven.
? ? l'.x Hani
?. l ' pton. p. H. ' M ? r .,.,
W M , M itraal j. H Baster, .-'pi-inetl?ld.
? ?? i ' .ff Mai
HT I Wti *
? ir-.rton. '*"
v ,. . ? N ira. Phllad?!
? n -.
J ? H ?n l-rson ? mito,
... n <* r J*1 't ?" * Wllmlnet*?
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? \y. ? Le HTt-RTEl M
J I. iSi.i ams, *Aabaeb, - ., .. .
G R. 11 ?l.r.- Ni
n :'. ??.??? .?.. ? Itisburs '? "? I,r-V ' '*
? H.??!?.???? a wif?, K h-s .' '?
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m ? . ?*?/';?.
J. A. ' '? ?? :?
C t ii ?'? "e, Ai
i. H. Tornii ? ?? ?_??. :
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J ??. ?einer vi:.\??? vr
' a ?; ,\ piiei ;
' * ' .? ?elfe, st.
ryl-r. Ulm \.
*?\ II Ola ?*, ? A ???-, ?hi
? ' ? hlcse. I V.
V Kws-j Huff ,
j ? m__?n ?,?' J Ulan
r t: \?l
?? ?' ;i lias, .?k e ?if?.
\? ?,r . . ?
i ? ??.n. hiaeea, w.iahins
MAi;_?: Hi ?roil
? f ? A
I ? '? .
POBTBAITA OT BIHMABCA n.X KXBtBtTIOX
? ?? - ha*re p'aced
? ?hit: ?i a col ? ? n .?. ? ; rtralts of ?lsmsr -?
In ,,??, ? , ?. . ., . , t;,lK much
stiention The picture? ?.r?? ell ?? \\ ?tei Peti
?* liusn throni ? . * rrequent ? ? -
f, l '
? , aketche?, five .11 pa In Once snd one iars?
? her?? la o?, ?xhitiition et ilk gallery also
tl "? of photograph!) reproductl ni ?.f ? numbi
Peterseni worlte. including portrait?, wall
of ts-tcu Uavtj ucci? ?an.lutea u?
RAIN OR SHINE-BUSINESS
and a growing business. What wonder ? With
conditions as we have made them?grand stocks, unheard of prices?
crowds are sure to come to the counters.
TWO RIBBON WONDERS
s: ; k .liiJ tpoti, new as a fresh-opened ro?ie, and onf
thiso LHS than Ihev must be if bought at to-day's
V.'c could make the price?. 33 per cent more and ?itili
be under the closest market. Not a bit of it. It it lias
been our fortune to net goods extra cheap it shall be
? t?i share it.
Am) so these Ribbon surprises
Al! black Jouble-faced Satin Ribbons fill the main
aisle, rVoadway and Tenth street KM) feet of special
cuiiiitcr given to thatffl,
Purest American silk in
Buck D01B1.F Satis RiB?naj(
Ctwca that will very likely be marked 2.1c the yd. after
thi? a,'e ends, now
AT 0C THF. YARD.
Word from I'.ins vivs that black double-faced Satin
Ribbons are to be the favorite dress trimming lor this
Fall. Nothing more elective, nothing cheaper. But
just the Mme here arc 50c kinds at l&\.
Press-makers a'e interest- 1
Mill?nen are c-ncerned.
S?i are Lingerie makers
At the same time we will hand you beautiful fancy
Ribbon? up to the widest that have been *.l, in every
AT Ile THF YARD
Noi a Ribbon in thi?. sperili sale that has been less
?li many have been Sl
llroniltY-iv nnil Tenth ?treet.
WHATEVER DRESS STUFF
you care loi is awaiting you here with the price pushed
(town to a point vou ?Jo not nrtptct, The fullest,
richest, timeliest assortment we ?ver lia.i.
These ar.? bill k
French lacquards, V?tiour Cords and fancy Armures,
50. 55 68. yd ; wer?.? 75, Me, $1.
. Wool Novelties, with mohair pointelle, frisse
iriy boude effects, $1. $1-25. $1.35; I'oimrrly
.1 25 in -Sl 75
Cu* ? iti / beline figured and boucle stvles, $1.25
IMI $1.75: were $1 ?, $'.* ind ?? M
M air Sicilians. Florentine and Grenada. .?) in , 50,
75 11 to SUL
50 1 i nglish 1 :.-?. ot Suiting, M ; the $1.25 .
(?? glith Storm Serge, 53 i
Spe ; il itovelties In tundi?me I repont, Caniche
Clot:. Pott d'Breb?, 1 ? ? ??.-? Cloth and curly
I' $1.50? $5.
j These are Colored :
4? in. Covert Mixtures, 0 gond colorings, $1.23; look?
like $*> stuff
H m. Boude Novelty. ft stvlish combinations, **\.
45 in. silk mnte ?. Noveltv. black ground, embroidei??d
with silk. 11.25.
AC, m. French mixed Suitinr*. ? comtnnttk*M SI.
a'? in. illuminated lustre woo! Novelty. $1.25; g<-*od
value at $1.7.1
40 in. illuminated nmdVhair Nutrica. IO shades, $_?
Boucle stripe Novelty. Uiky sii, | $!J5.
?tt ;n liish Humes?, uni $I..V).
Fancy check bouck silk ind wool N<?*vtty, 18
4fi in Scotch Chevwit in heather mixtures. <$ ilia.Le?,
4tf in Fnglish camel's h.irr Stating, lan.y wcjves, ft,
Nf?r Hot 11 ml 11
THAT FURNITURE SALE
keeps up its nltoptng gjit Wiry not"- V?,!??<??. are
simply unprect'iUnted. Furniture prices ar?.? ?????,? inch?
and l-.i','-.er at the factory, hi t . got th tot things in
th?; dull times, wl?.?? . ?vas at the lowest, you
get then, here a?, if ???. .? . ' -? lyed low Measure
all bv the China Closet* $10 ? ill'i.
At Ut Chini Clos. t. .ioti.in ? os* gissi ends and
iront, 4 ????? pl.itr- r??, t-j.k
At $12?Oak ?China < I?-? ?t. lus du-s front and c*i?l$,
Dtsm Mil .it top -I panel.
At IM Antique oak China CI ??rt, '.?r/s i-lass ?loor,
?da???? ?? ? l? ich
At $20 -Antique 1 .??? as ; ? 1 ? :. lj'?_e class I t,
?bent ?das? h -h-vl
At $J0 - A: tique - ?ar_;e glass tr nt,
bent ftjru e.r,!-. Fri ? ?b; ? glass mirrai back.
THESE D?ESS SHIELDS
made especiall) 1 New York rtpmtM*
tion, baciuse Ihe be I 1 -* and
at price?? lowi than I t of 1 Idi Sl the
ma'ket ar; sold lor. Line, Hberil ut jure
Par:: gum. Covered ?At | 10 p__r.
Covcr?'d with extra ?^uahtv Jipanete ?Ik. 15. pu..
THE GREATEST UMBRELLAS
we evet knew of Cm $2..???1 ?tstml
Eng twilled silk, fine?! indie For
strong men, tmt light and gist ?Mo b '.ter Ui.?
brella anywhere at |B.
S?jcciasoai t? AT.STtw/uw & Co. ^*S FOURTrl AYS..
New Carpet Comers! o
Finest Wool Floor Covering, ? yard wide, self
colorings, elaborate and durable, per yard.. 74c.
Tiger, Leopard arno. Hear Skin Rugs ..... $?3.95
? French importation, surpassing every effort,
in Velvet, Moquette or Axminster, strikingly
Velvet Carpets, per yard.
? BA?MANN BROS.,22' 2%?6_^st?:rStrecu I
Sit yrmr I ?ion ?aquar?, J * ??a?
? G-~?:? Curtain Dav To-morrow. 3
? ?v^ ^s
AT THE ? ATI OX AL CAPITAL.
MAY BE BUILT BT TIIK HERRESHOFFS.
AfVEPTANCE OP TIIF1IR BID POR TIIK NEW TOR
PEDO-BOATt* RECOMMENDED To IEC?
*i\a*?*?.: ?er .?. Sept IS - Tn? I|err?shoff? may hav?
? hence to ihow what they can do m th? way of
naval architecture. When bids were opened at th??
Navi Department for the construction of tne three
???l-Koiri??; torpedo boats enthorlnsd hy Concesse, the
?hoffl wer? found t.? be the lowest bidders
Their hid?, however, were for the construction of
the vesa ? their >wn plena These plans were re?
ferred 9i retary Herbert to i.'hlef l'onstru?tor
- ..r 1 Chief KnKi.ieer Melville for report.
Aftei a careful examination th?s-? officers found
that th?? boat? .'ar. Le hull: as apri potsed by the
Herreshoffs, snd their report to Secretary Herbert
trill recommend that the contract b? ?Ivon to that
tlrm. Some alterations were made ?n the plans
wnuh the Herreshoffs wl.l have to accept If they
to undertake the contract.
WEARY OF THF MORA CLAIM.
THE PliOOD OP assignments BBCOBflMQ TlltFi
BOME TO SKtTtKTARY OUTET.
Weehlngton, Bept M r' the present rate of
their influx k?ep* up for any considerable time,
Bnments of th? Mora -laim pnm
i*? to keep a 0 or- of cl?rks ln the State Depart?
ment bus: Son that the mon?y Is c?rtaln to be
In th? han dl of th? Srite li?partm?nt within a
.r? en? who ha.?" a daini. Imm??iiate
? r r-m'i;?'. la hastening to pia?*? it on file. Tills
. on rn- Department a ?"real deal of Clerical
v.? -k Secretary would gladly, if h? could.
v. ish hla hei .- ' the ?a-hoi? affair. It ts not lm
ible that that portion, at least of the fund
tang-led up with these conflicting asslt-nm?n*s will
? . ita way into tue court?? for final adjudication.
"CHEROKEE BILL'S- API CAL? PENDINO.
HI BEEKS TO geCAPE PROM TWO lEXTBKCEi
t?? in. 11 vv;*-"'
Washington, fiept. IS ?For th? first tim? in Its
his;..rv ??- BuprenM COort of the I'nited Stal?s
now his pen ling he-bore It two appeals by one per
?on from ludgmenU sentencing him to be hange,?
for rnurl-r. the crime? having b?en committed on
different days and at places separated by many
mllea Th.- appellant who presents thu unique
!s "Cherokee BUI," th? famous outlaw, who
^ mvlcted on Februarv :'7 in the court of Judge
? C Parker for th? Western District of Arkan
-.1- of tii?* murder of Krnes*. Melton, in th? Cbero
k??.? Natio:. Ir. ...?:. T-rrlforv. on November 18.
,:.'. asntsneed t" be hanged on Jun?* :.'? IM
Thi-> murder, from th?* record, was out of pure
"?"heroke? Rn;" nn?l a companion. In
broa! daylight, rods lip IO th? store of John Shu
f. id-, in I.-nepah. and robbed the cnah drawer end
?af? As they were leaving the building "i'herok??
BUI" ?aw Melton watching them from a window
In an a Ijolnlng house and ?hot him through the
he? 1 killing him instantly. From th? Judgment In
th? ca???? for that murder an appeal was taken.
unii-, reached th? Supr.m?? ?'ourt on May ?'. 18%
mean tim?? he waa conf?n??! m the Jail at
Port Smith, pending action on the appeal
? m Jii) M ii?? -hot ant killed I>awrence Keating,
guard '.n th. (ail, i? ? revolver? having be?n
smuggled Into thr building by the prisoners, t >n
.?-? wa? convicted of thi? second murdet,
snd two lay? later Judge I'ark-r sentenced him to
?- hanged ?>n Beptember 1" The execution of thi?
?entonce was stayed t ? ? th?? r'.?ing of the appeal, and
"Cherokee BUI" ts still tn jail.
Nn OBSTACLEI AT ?G-G*????.
REPORT OP Tin: EXECTTIOM OP gEVEM OP THE
CUINEga MUBDEkEKfl i'iM-"lRMi*t>-AI>
I'lTI.'NAI. IiKi'Al'lTATI.iNS I.IKKI.Y
WeektagtOSt, Bept IS The Btat? Department this
morning reestvad trustworthy information from
effectual!) Improving th? accuracy of dis?
patch?*?, recently published alleging that the work of
th? Commission engaged tn tn?? ta-r-t-stlgattroo of the
Ku-i'heiiK moeeesrs had l?**en blocked by the r
fu*al of 'he I'hlnese to ?xeeute th*?u* found guilt*.
ell futur, demandi ?houM ?>? waived
Minister Dsnby has telegraphed ihe I??partm?nt
ren men Implicated in thin outrage had been
; '?,) and ???. uied This was corrobor?t ?! in
a dispatch a few hours later from Penen! den?rei
Jernlgen la whlefa be ?aid the decapitation iiH?k
place yesterda) morning Minister Denby reports
that the I'limmiMlin I* stilt at work and making *?
rapid progress a.* possible under the peculiar candi
tlons found In f'hina There Is good reason to be
thal additional executions will promptly follow*
Tbe Cheng-Tu Co m mission has uot be??, fully or
fanise 1. but Mr. Denby ?ay? aal if? ' ?" ?? ? I ?r
) beine mai??. H?? ?spi ? thl? ' mmlMlon
actlv-ly .it -Aork within ari-?? I? time
Minister Yang Vi ..G th- ?'hin??-? ?.-?-,iti.m. called
at th- Departir?n? thi* m.?minar and ? - . -t
confirren?.? with t.i?? Secretary The Minister ?at
without advice? hlmeeif, and only know of th* ? ?? ?
of his Qovernment after it h.i ? been eotntnuntcatei
to him at th?* Department,
TREASURY OFFICIALS ENCOURAGED.
THEY think THAT Tin: <;??:.t RESERVE UTTtAn
not 00 mi li .'.??v. i:i: \ SUORT
*vV,i?hrnc:?.i.. Pepi 11 The Tr .?. ?.-? gold r.-<or?*e
?stood a? th?? ??tosi ilness to Le? ai *'? ' ?H
a gain for thr day >?f $.:j4.'???. Th- illght -n
?terlins er.-hJT'.???. the ?? : ?iti of th- benda In '-om
??? t?> th- r.'i "f ?.f the Treeaury, ?*v?i in a small
way. an?l th" bel ?jrndlcete la arranging
with in- National bank? ol New-York foi .? Lars?
gol?! deposit, -? courage Treaeurj official? to ii?H>a?
that the ar?'.?! : s-r. ? ?a II noi fail much, It I .
lower. In soni?? quarter? the opinion in enter 1
that th?? gold export movement ha? pra :tl a.ly
??m - ?
No FKAKS IN THE ITKEET AT I'KKSKNT.
There WOt a feeling "' I" rf- ' aim rn Wall I ???
yesterday era the ir ?'.? reserve situation The
opinion grew that ali was well for th?? immoliate
present. W E Curt?a area In communi lattoa w,ii_
Robert Baron, ol J P M reran ? ??.. .iu<! C
N. J?)rlan. Afterward h? wa? a? mute j~ ? ?lam.
Tht-r- wa* a rumor thai Mr Curt?? ??s?)* n>-r?? ro
feel th?? ?raj for the Administration on a bond - ?
which would not "?? unloaded this lime
catf. The svi!.li. ate and th?? t.ar k- ar.? not ?
in,, up to Mr ?'unis and h.s mission .as much as
The First National I!.ink of Rrooklyfl ?!?*? ' 1
tZ?*).ont) m gold al th. Buh-Trea?ury, and IO? ???
exohans?? f.jr other current?) .?.t?'.?>? : tbe t.itai to
I i?lrl.'h?i & Co At -w out r..V?.?'?> to ihlp to-day.
Hands & llarniati will sen?l abroa?! t-?lay J'.'? ? I
in gold ben
I.azarl Frer.'s aay th?y ? ??1?1 th'?
week, while it la expiirti i that W, ? ??. A
lir? ?a .'..-:. i i ? ?? S.at
I)!.TR'?IT HANKS OBTBM? U"?.???
Detroit Sept ?* Tli.? Detroit ciea-.m?? Roue? Aa
tlon to-day telegraphed to the leere tari of
th?? Treasury onerine J."""? < In sold to help out the
reservi ? ? ?-? ved from West.?
tn-rton a? ? ??
THE TBOVBLB M ?IH COXB BROtOX.
t'nlor.town. I'????* n . ?topi is Many m??? t.tv.s of
cokers nrese held Is this pert of the coke rat: m last
sigh all of arhtcb ?>..?. ! the ?trrke leetlmanl u:i
? ? - .. ? Intended I? granted at aMc-? It .?
ftrmly believe I ?? "? " sl ? .?? in ?... be m
\s.ve! rn th* moveinenl iaturdey at
the lateet. To-day ll I? reported thai R I. alee s
has conce ie.i trie ?err):.: .-???? is both
plants Tiie eokera are enthualaettc oxer this vto?
tors?. an?i are arranging for ?ev?rral bag m.-etinge to?
night Th?? Oliver vs? rks en. were
?hut down tight '.?-in?. Ti.Uvei Compon) claie
ti. have forty ?w men in their ml nei ll la rot
Improbable thai a ?trlke movement arili fcx ate _.?.-a?
its mu bill*? piety.
From The Ne? Torh Mei
s.mator Hill'? Intimata?? knon tha! g?e?ra!ly itMas
CouSmlWloner tlooitwli ? iw-ntomber? ? \p
be drinking Sun ? ? liSSjnis
Club, free from Spi??? or Intrualona, Benator Hill at
Albany l? a ragognlsed churchgoer, as he la ?hen
n *>?? ??h.njpon. ani WM ?a hen j young lawyer &.-.?
editor In Rimiri
? ??????** AND TKATBLLIBt win fina
U>? Leudos iff)-? at Thaa ?,-Jiuna TS. Vtax! StrMV
g. C. ? eoe?*?r ?rat place M lam*? Ua?i; ?...?. ? ?.-u. ,
cid ?..iiec-lBtli-o? (or Tbe lr.Ui??
The most comforta bit* and
luxutloufl temide Hot?! In tho
World. FIlMtl Cuisine and
Wines. Music by Hotel Or?
chestra during Luncheon and
Dinner. En pension te ruis
may be arranged.
Tho Gordon Hotels, Limited