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Stricken With Paralysis at Chamberlaine's
Hotel, Washington, D. C,
THE DOCTORS TO HOLD A CONSULTALION
'* I? < IMkUI Im anil i i ; l irli ss and
The Ton); in' Paralysed mo Mini
speech In i im [mis-,1 iii i mis vmmo
HronoMiieetl Alumni Hopcles?. lint
With it Nilgai i'bnite? for K??ov?*>?
Washing-ton, 1). iv. Sept. 30.?Kx
Senator William Mahone had a strukt?
ur paralysis this morning;. He has been
stopping ;it Chamberlain's Hotel ami
this morning; iris son, Butler Mahone,
railing ut his father's room, found tin*
General still in bed and apparently
very drowsy. No! suspecting anything
wrong, Butler left tin- room ami calling
again later, found bis father still in
ttte same condition, lie became alarm?
ed ond ii physician wus summoned.
Tin- doctor pronounced it n case of
paralysis. Tin- right arm Is useless
ami th>- tongue is paralysed so that
speech is Impossible.
Dr. Phillip s. Wales, one of the at?
tending physicians on General Mahone,
late this afternoon stated thut the
General's condition wits critical, owing
to the severity of the attack anil his
advanced ace. The paralysis bus
spread lo the right leg. Mr. Wale?
said that the vomiting and effusion In
th?> head, which have s< t in. were bad
signs and it would not be surprising if
General Mahone ?11? ?? l before morning;.
Still, there was u chance of an Improve?
ment in his condition. Mrs. Mahone,
tvho is at her home In Virginia, bus
been telegraphed for.
If General Mahone survives the
night In Wales and Dr. Baker will
hold a consultation to-morrow morning
und during tin- night Dr. Linker will be
in attendance upoit Iiis patient.
Washington,D. C? Sept. :h>.?At 1:30
u. in. General Mahone had rallied
slightly, bill tin iv Is nothing in bis
condition to give hope of recovery.
A NOTED DIVINE DEAD.
ii*-/. ttl'il. W. Hol hunt's Mutldeu IH'iilU
t um; II Citri Disease.
Columbia. S. C, Sept. 30.?Rev. ?Jen.
\V. Holland, 11 i> Pli. IX, died sudden?
ly to-day ni heart disease. Dr. Holland
was burn in Augusta county. VuJ, 67
years tigo. lie graduated rrom the
Itoanoke College In IS57, and studied
theology Iii Union Theological Semi?
nary. New York; and in Gettysburg
Seminary, Pennsylvania, graduating
from the luti.-r in I860, In the same
year he was licensed to preach by the
Kvangeltcal Lutheran Synod of Vir?
ginia ami Mied a church in Harrison
burg until the following year, when he
jollied ihn Northern Virginia campaign.
After serving for three years as profes?
sor In Roitiioke College ami six years
as pastor In Hitriisiiubiirtr. Va., he
i aim? tu South Ott roll mi hi is7:: and be?
came professor ? ?: Greek in Newberry
College, in i>7- ii.- was elected presi?
dent of that Institution, which ottlce he
held ut the time of his death, the col?
lege under his wise mnnagemeui hav?
ing gained in standard and popularity.
Dr. Holland was a polished gentleman,
an em 1 neu I scholar ami one of the fore?
most edueutors of the South.
UOOll >eus 6 mm lite I'tlltl Kines.
Pittsburg, Pu.i Sept ::<? After a cure
fill examination ol reports sent liito
the United Min" Workers' headquarters
from every section of Hu? Pittsburg coal
district to-day. President Keurns ami
Secretary Warner authorized tin state?
ment that every mine on the Panhan?
dle section of tin- railway district shall
pay the m-w rat.' lo-morrow ami they
believe llnnl> without exception in the
district would be fond mi the side of
Brazil, Did? s. pt. 30.?The block coal
o|ierators am! miners of this district
met here to-day to arrange a m-w
schedule of mining rules. The opera?
tors granted the miners' demand of se\ -
entj cents per ton ami work in the
mines will he resumed it I once. A
prominent operator said thai the ad?
vance was granted tin- miners in face of
a rumor that Ohio and Illinois operators
would not grant an Increase lo Hie
miners, and that a strike would he call?
ed In both States und probably several
The N'ltlionnl l.eogiu> (?uniew.
At Philadelphia: it ILK.
Philadelphia ,2 0 l' l1 u I 2 a i -lo it :;
Brooklyn .. ..0 :'? (? 0 0 0 l 0 ;"? '?? 13
Batteries: Taylor ami Grady; Ken?
nedy ami Grim.
At New York: R.H.K.
New Vork .: 0 0 1 ? 0 0 0?3 s 4
Biiltltni.ro .1 0 0 0 3 4 0 0?8 8
Batteries: P.ubIc ami J'arnll: Clark
son and t'lm-k Called-?darkness.
At Washington: It.M.Pl
Wnshlngtoni ..o :t o o u r. 2 r. o?-IB it? -
Boston .0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 1 !' -
Batteries: Boswoll and McGulre:
Stlvctts ami Gau/.cll.
See..ml i lam.-: It.Il l:
Washington _l 0 2 0 0 I 2? I! 11 s
Huston .1 1 0 0 1 1 2 4?10.10 ti
Batteries: Moles worth ami Melinite;
Dolan and Ryan. Called?darkness.
A Volcano C inter I he Ocean.
St. Louis. Sept. 30. A special from
Oaxaco, Mex., says that word comes
from Plnetepo that seismic phenom?
ena continues there. AI on.- place the
earthquake ami the ocean have been
Iviolent iis t" destroy tin- bench ami
the waves have rolled up to the walls
of neighboring ranches.
Great doubl has nccompanled these
alarming manifestations ami the farm
i ets are nearly ruined. Fishermen dare
I not go oul to sea, as earthquakes have
I been continuous for many 'lays. They
I Bay/a volcano Is forming under the
loce/lti, Prhsts have ordered that the
I ch/irch bells be ringing and prayers
otiered Imploring Divine mercy
WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES.
Neerdarjr Herbert niiil Iiis Currency
Hpeeebei? Trcimurj Mtntement.
Washington, Sept. 3D,?Secretary Hor
bi rl will leave Washington for Alabama
on Wednesday night. !!>? goes South to
deliver several speeches on ihr currency
? ? ?
Tin- Siuio Department has ri.Ived
no report or complaint concerning the
alleged landing of Spanish troops on
Ith.' Florida Keys in search of filibus?
? ? ?
The Treasury statement of receipts
ami expenditures to be Issued to-mor?
row will show it surplus for the month
oi September <>r nearly S3.O00.O0O. In
round figures the receipts were $27,500.
000 ami expenditures 124,500.000. As
compared with last September the re?
ceipts were nearly $6,000,000 greater ami
expenditures $4,500,000 less. Receipt?
from customs were slightly less than
those of last September, und from In?
ternal revenue they were nearly double
The greatest saving in expenditures was
in the civil and miscellaneous account,
which wits l. ss by neatly $3,000,000 than
that of last September.
Tin- cruiser Cincinnati, now cruising
off the Florida coast watching flllbus
ters, reiiorted at Cedai Keys to-duy
from Key West.
? ? ?
Consul O'Nara writes tin- Department
"i' si.He from San Juan Dei Nort, Nica?
ragua, his stati.'ti. thai It Is reported in
Bluefields that th.- Southern Pacific
Railway Company will discontinue run
nlng its vessels, of tlm Morgan line of
steamships, between New Orleans ami
Bluelields. The reasons assigned for
this action ate the low prl.f bananas
ami the difficulty of competing with ves?
sels owned by Norwegians ami manned
by the i.rly paid sailors ol thai na?
The Naval Retiring Board has a sec?
ond time recommended the retirement
or Chlel Engineer Edward McOee. The
Hist bourd, sitting In New York, found
that Engineer JUi-tiee WOS triippleil with
heart ills, as,}, p?1 ['resident was not
satisfied uitii'tiift report
Tin- Navy Department is advised of
the departure of the Asiatic squadron
from Chefoo. The Baltimore has gone
tn Nagasaki, the Yorktown to Chemul?
po, ami the Concord to Shanghai. The
Philadelphia has none from San Fran?
cisco lo Poll Angele?, tin- North Allan
tic squadron Is at Lyiiiihuveii Bay, ami
tin- iralnliiK-shlp Saratoga has gone in
A FATAL QUARHY ACCIDENT.
rive Men mill a Ito.v Lost Their l ines
Through ?? PrctuntitretE-cplottioii.
Kansas City, Mo.. Sept. 30. A Special
to the World from Independence, Mo
su y s:
.\ premature explosion occurred in :>
rook quarry seven miles northeast ol
Independence at G o'clock last plight, five
men and a boy lnsim; their lives The
Miles McTlernnn. contractor; Thothas
Ferguson, 14 years old. son of John
i'"i rguson, u farmer; Dan Rogers, Pat
Welsh, Charles Truett. unknown Ital?
All the dead except the bo> an- of
Kansas City In addition these John
Ferguson, father of the hoy killed, ami
.im- Fleming ami an unknown Italian,
w. ie Hcriousl) injured by Hying i 1.1
but it is thought that all ol these v. ill
Two blasts were set just befoiv i|itii
tlng last night um- mi lop of a Inrgc
ledge of rocks; the othei much higher
and further up tin- side ni the bill.
These were tn In- toll, hell off With M ires
fluni an elect lie battery. The men tnok
refuge under tin- ledge ..i rocks Imme?
diately beneath the first blast. in?
tending tn touch off I he one higher up.
By a mistake the blhsl over the ledge
was fired first. The ? s-plosion tore loose
tin- whole ledge of rock, ami tin im
Iltens.- mass fell forward upon tin- men.
All thi bodies were recovered during the
night except thus,- of McTlernnn. Mo
Tleriian was in the head of the Kansas
City Construction Company, tin leading
firm of its kind in the city.
Tin- I Ullftl il in ion a I < on \ en I inn.
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 30 This has
been the first day since tin- Constitu?
tional Convention that the calendar
was ,-ven nearly through It has been
distinctly a routine day in .-very sense
Of the word' Two innre articles, Ilmsi?
nn tit.- impeachments ami amend?
ments, m-iiher loaded with any dyna?
mite, passed tn a third reading. The
i. st ..i th.- iiay was devoted t" sections
of tin- reports ..i th.- Committee on Mis?
cellaneous Matters. The mutter of 'li
vorces will probubly come up to-night
Th.invention came dangerously ne.tr
IMissIng a woman's suffrage clause this
ntornlng before realising what it
meant, but the trouble was seen in
tinu President Evans Is ill. and v ice
Presldcnl Talbcrt was in the . hair
Mrs. Alken Charged With Murder
Memphis, Sept. 30.?Mrs. Alken, wife
of J 11. Alken, one lime secretary ?..
the Tennessee Club, returned to Mem
phis this morning ami gave bond in the
?siiin of $5,000 on a charge of murder,
She treated Mis. Wade in child birth,
according to Cbristaln science methods,
ami the patient died. Mrs Alken has
just returned from a course of study in
Now York She Insists that the In?
dictment is the result of war of tin
regular physicians against her.
The Evening Neu?. Sollt. "
The Evening News was sold nl pub
lie auction yesterday at the Morris auc
ihm house by W .) Baxter, trustee
Under tin- terms of a trustee's deed ?>
trust. Th.- News ami Courier Publish
lug Company, represented'by Mi. W
W. Degge, iiutiKiit tin- property. Tin
price paid was $2,300
m BEHALF OF CUBA
"The God Who Gave Us Life Gave Us Liber?
ty at the Same Time."
A MONSTER MEETING HELD IN CHICAGO.
Tlio History of llic Present H? niggle I
1m a History <>i Repented Injustice I
anil I'siirpNtionM, All Having In
l>l>?<?(( Object the IsiuiilisliiiKiu
<?l uii Absolute I ;? rann.? .
Chicago, Sept. 30, Surrounded by pa
triotic mottoes, with the American Has
ns a background, the declaration of In?
dependence as a text book and tin-spirit j
of liberty as an inspiration. 4.000 p i
sons yelled themselves hoarse to-night |
in tin* cause of Cuban Independence.
There could scarcely have been moi.n
thustasm had tin- meeting been held in!
Cuba Itself. Control Music Hail was
nol i>ig enough to bold al Hie sympa?
thisers ami there was an overflow meet?
ing in thr auditorium of Ihe Young
.Mon's Christian Association building.
At both meetings the same resolutions
were adopted und speeches were made
by men prominent in civic affairs, all ol
whom uncompromisingly favored I hi
freedom of the little island. The reso?
lutions express sympathy for the revo?
lutionists; <all mi tin- United Stales to
recognise them as belligerents, and ash
other countries to join in making ibis
demand They begin with Ihe best
known paragraphs in the declaralon of
Independence and end with u determi?
nation to continue the work at to-night's
two big assemblugi .
.Some of the mottoes on Ihe walls were
"I know tuk what course others may
take, but as for me, give me liberty, or
give me death"- Patrick Hom y.
"When a liimr train of abuses and
usurpations evinces a design to reduce
the people under absolute dcpotlsm, it
is ilu ir right, it is their duty lo throw
on' such Government"?Declaration of
"The moral progri ss of a people can
scarcely begin till they are Independ?
"There Is, however, a limit at which
forbearance ceases to be a virtu.-'
??The history <>f the presenl struggle Is
a history of r. pealoil Injusticcand usur?
pations, ail having in direct object the
establishment of an absolute tyranny
over tins people" -Declaration of Inde?
' Where liberty dwells, there Is my
"The ih.d who gave us life, gave us
liberty ul I he same time"?Thomas Jef
Messages >>r smyp.n by wen- read from
benntor Oulloui, Oov, Altgeld, ..I Illi?
nois; Itussell A. Alger. Mayor Plugrce,
oi Detroit: Senator Call, ol Florida:
Mayor Itostwlck, of Jacksonville, Pia.;
Mayor Cnldwell. of Cincinnati; Mayor
Sulmonsoii, >.i Tampa, Pia., and Others.
\* early every prominent club and or?
ganisation in the city was represented
on the list of vl.presidents, which In?
cluded also the besl known business and
pi ufcsskiiui I men
Among the associations represented
Were Ihe Loyal Legion. CS. A. H . Con?
federate associations; s.uis of the Revo?
lution; state Federation of Lahm;
Irish American, Scandinavian, Her?
man and Afro-American societies.
Mayor Swlfl presided at the meeting
at Central Music Hall in opening the
proceedings he made ho s|toech, but
took occasion lo express hlmscll as in
mil accord with the movement.
The i'.i si speaker, Rev. Dr. Clunsatiltis.
said he wi.s a Spaniard, bill he could hol
be true lo his own country in the face
? ?! Its net loll tow aid the oppressed. The
daw n of Cuba's redeuii.tii.u w as already
breaking. All hall n righteous revolu?
tion, A reference made by Dr. Ounsau
liti to the Inactivity of Ihe adminis?
tration inel uiih lite..i- and uproarious
applause, ami the temper ol the au?
dience was evident before ten sentences
ha-l been completed Dr. tlunsaiilus was
toll..weil b> Thomas Ulsan
JuiIm'- William .1 Nines spoke next.
"I am here to-night." he begun, "neith?
er as a Spaniard nor US a Cuban, hut as
an American, ami t.. voice the senti?
ment of every gNnierlcan who wishes
success lo Cuba in this struggle lo be
l. For ten years, sin- has made this
struggle without an expression "f sym?
pathy Lei them have thai expression
01 sympathy now. as early as possible,
in this last light, ami let ihem know
that Chicago at bust is Willing i" do
all In its power."
Congressman W. I". Mason did not
think it was much use to hold a meet?
ing, passing resolutions of sympathy
with the Cubans when Ihe United
States turned its back on them. Hi
thought as to the opinion so frequently
expressed tllllt CltbO Could Hot I'Ull' II
self, if i! could not do s?. it nevci would
hfl able lO. Should Slain he allowed to
pillion its victims for another hundred
This was followed by the reading by
I the seorctar> of the \ari.ius letters and
I telegrams rcelved, expressing sympa?
thy with the movement.
To the Itcv. Dr. Kariows was en>
trusted the rending of the resolutions.
They are In part as follows:
We, cltIsens of Chicago, gathered to
express our deep sympathy with the
Cubans in tlnlr brave struggle to se?
cure for themselves and ihelr children
ihe blessings of Independence, liberty,
and self-government, present the fol?
We bold these tlUlllS to he Self-evi
dent, that all men are created equal;
that they are endowed by their Crea?
tor with certain inalienable rights; thai
among these are life, liberty, and the
pursuit Of happiness: that to sociln
these rights governments are Instituted
among men, deriving their just power;
from the consenl of ihe governed; thai
whenever any form of government be?
come destructive of these ends ii Is
the right of the people lo alter or to
abolish it. and to institute a new govern?
ment, laying its foundations on such
principles and organizing Its powers in
such form us to them shall seem most
likely to effect their safety an.I happi?
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that
governments long es fa bit ah ed shuuhl
nut be changed for light as.I transient
causes, ami accordingly all experience
has shown that mankind nVe more dis?
posed lo suffer, while evil* are Buffer
able, than li> light themselves l.y :i le >l -
Ishlng the forms t<> which they are
accustomed, l.ui when ? IfthM irnln of
abuses und usurpations, pursuing in
variably the same object. cvliicVs a
design to reduce them under absolute |
despotism, it Is their light, il Is their
duly to throw off such government and
to provide m-w guurds for their future
??'l"hls historic declaration, made by
Urn founders of our republic en July
I, lii<>. was true then anil is true to?
day For many unhappy years tin
Cubans have been most shamefully op?
pressed mid cruelly burdened, until
tin- yoke of Spanish rule has become
Intolerable. If thjs fathers of American
Independence were Justified In casting
off the oppressive dominion of Croat
Britain, the Cuban patriots of to-day
' ha ve a far grcutct' Just itlt-n t i.-n for t heir
attempt lo overthrow the loriiicntlng,
ImtKivlshliig, heartless tyranny ol the
I "\Ve desire publicly t?? express our
Indignation thai in this yeni IS95, the
spectacle Is presented of shin loads of
soldiers sent :'..nlh s across the ocean
to America, "the land of tin- tree.' ib
sboot down In cold Mood a courageous
people who simply desire lo govern
"Our indignation I? further aroused al
the unspeakable cruelty of tin- Span
larda towards the Cubans in this sun;;
gle. Death seems to he th. penalty
meted out to all Cubans captured un
del- arms, ami even those) furnishing
medicines to the so-called rebels are to
he ruthh ssly shot.
"We are glad lo notice that iheeoursi
of tin- Cubans appears to i? more hu?
mane, ami we lake this opportunity ? r
congratulating them upon the remarka?
ble progress they have made in spile
of the u-rrlble odds ugainst them.
"We believe ii to he the privilege aim
duty of the United States to recoghltei
tin- rights of the I'lihan revolutionists
us belligerents as soou aa posslbb on
I.. Ing so requested by competent Cuban
authority in accordance with interna?
tional law. Such nn action ol our pov
ernment ive deem ?lue to the C'libniis
and to the .aits.- of universal liberty.
? While dlsavowliig all ulllei-nes? ..r
feeling on our part toward tin people of
Spain, we nevertheless believe thai il is
our duty ami privilege at this tin, - .is
citizens of this Ire.- republic thus to ex?
press .nit heartfelt sympathy with our
Cuban neighbors living upon an island
which nature tins made a paradise, bill
with the cruel methods of th, Spuntsh
Government have .lone much lo spoil
We respectfully urge our fellow-citizens
throughout th.- country to assemble
lit mass-meeting in diffuse Information
and thus arouse or rather deepen thi
sympathy of our whole people With the
Cubans In their heroic at tempi to cast
oir tit.- yoke of oppression ami p
achieve that Independence and freedom
which an- Un- great highways i<> hap?
piness ami prosperity,
"We als.i un:, th.- press, ami the pul?
pit ami altar, with voice ami prayer tn
continue their help to the righteous
cause of tuen who are bravely fighting
for hum,* ami native fand. We re?
spectfully hut urgently appeal lo the
, Itizens br all tin- republics In the tint.
Americas in give emphatic expression
tu their sympathy with Hie struggling
i.pic who are making such n gallant
Unlit for that Independence from the
Cuban rule which other nations ol tie
in w world have ..in ally secured
"He Ii further resolved, That the ,.i J
ganlsatlon which arranged for this
gathering !>?? requested t.. take charge
of ami continue the good work so aus?
piciously begun this evening,"
in Lturows fbllowed the rending of
th.- resolutions with an appeal for
Maym Swift introduced Bishop Sam?
uel Fallows, who sp-'ke briefly.
"Ale we lo wall until the process ol
subjugation and extermination is com
plete ami every patriot has been given
his passport In a better laud, ami their
murderers tun riot where their presence
is known no more? Nu. NOW is the
lime. I would be i. favor mysell of
raising an army to help these peopb t"
win their Indepeudei. ami planting
th,- fine of <'ni.,i un ih'lr shores. !
dou'l weni aiitu xiilion I want Cuba to
have hei' Independence,*'
These sentiments were received with
mal fest approval by the audience
Tlie meeting at Association Hail was
in. 1,-ss enthusiastic or crowded. .1 mitre
William A Vincent made .1 lev. ,,
marks as presiding blllcti', shying lie
was a believer in tic- independence of
Cuba, but did hot wish a violation of
the national laws Tlie audience v.ns
deeply Interested, ami any good point
made was taken up at once. After the
U. v. IV S. .Mei.:-,m had spoken, CK-Cnr
poratlon Counsel John Mayo Pal mi rex
plained Die mti nt at.il et',' -et of I ho
laws of nations lie thought the people
nf the l'nit.'i Suites should speak
through the ti iwspnpers in thidr brother
Americans of Cubit ami should urge
nur own governinenl i" I'ecoguhte the
t "11111111:. as helltgl 1 eiits.
W, J Mims followed Mr. Pnimcr, lif?
ter which ih- resolutions were reud 1 v
the Rev. Dr. Thomas, ami tiny ivco
adopted with great enthusiasm,
Th.- lion W i: Mason's talk clos. 1!
the meeting, ami the audience sun::
"America" while leaving (he buildinc,
The audience applauded every senti?
ment expressed by the speakers sug?
gesting the recognition of the Cubans
as belligerents. Tw ? of the siieakers
defied the law of milimis. and Mr. Mn
son wanted an inn.Hate repeal of ih i:
law, which, lie said was only Intended
to prevent one nation from ihterfoiini;
while nno.lher nation ?;n committing
depredations of some Kind hgaiiini nil
otln r nation. The scntimoht for the an
riexatloh of Cuba was not strong. Threi
speakers wanted the Inhabitants of tin
isiiiml to determine then- own cuursi
by popular vote-utter Independence was
Lin Was Exceedingly Careless anil Made
No Attempt to Stop the Ouvrages.
THE AMERICAN COMMISSION TO PROCEED
I.in. ihr ?kcgruilcd Ulllrcr. In ii Mnn ol
ii Victims null tiiiNcriipoloitN >?
Iure-, mill If In Sulil Tliul II Was
Yhroiigti IHui Hntl tlie 1'IiIiicmc
Outrages \\ err Perpetrated'
Washington. Sept. The State De?
partment was advised this morning b>
Ml ii Inter LWuiliy thai Vloero> Llu hail
lieeti degraded by an Imperial dec.
issued today. The ubstrucl ol I he de?
cr.ablud by Air. D<'hb> shows thai
llu; responsibility for the l'hen? Tu
riots in lite Province nf Sstocliuou n i
with the oIIIcIuIh; thill I.in was exceed
Ingly careless and look no notice "i the
riots and made no attempt l<> ?top the
outrages: he is ordered lo be deprlvi I
of his olllce and never again In he cm
ployed, nth. i olllcial* are also i" he
The American Commission will pro
coed; notwithstanding Hits ucllou, to
construct its Investigation of the rials,
The Secretary of ih>- Nhvy was Ibis
.ning advised thai Lieuteiitint-Com
inundcr Mcrrell, of Ihe Baltimore, had
been Btibstltilted for Lieu tenant-Com
ins oder Harber as a member of ih coin
mission, tin- latter being ill Th.bei
members of the commission are Consul
Sheridan I*. Head and Fleming Chen
I.in. ihe Viceroy, nppenrs to havi
been mi oflicllll whose constant aim was
lo stir up strife with Ihe missionaries
and seek the good will ot the natives,
whose deep looted Ulli l-forolgtl villi
ineiiis caused these periodical outbreaks
in the province over which ho ruled. lie
has been connectd with previous out
ruges and was compelled to puj ihe
Fri itch an Indemnity it mounting lo $800
nun from his private puis.-. for crimes
committed against French Catholics
losi wint. r. He narrowly escaped he?
ilig deposed at that time and was only
retained because in- was impulni with
some <>r tie- leading ofllcluls at I'ekln
and hecaiise his services were Heeded ill
matt, is pertaining to the revenue of
the provlnci His reputation is that of
a vicious uud unscrupulous person, ami
it is said that the whole Governinonl of
the Province of Bseshueu Is impregnat?
ed with tin- null-foreign fooling so vic?
iously i*xi inputted in (he acts of I.in
The degradation of this Viceroy is but
on. step in the direction of complying
w Ith t he demands of the powers In c6m
Polling Indemnity for the missionary
outrages It Is believed that I.in sue
e. ss.ir will he a Viceroy of oi.i tin
hoi (le rn provinces, a man said to be
honest ami just ami rather Inclined to
friendship lownrd foreigners.
Additional demands are understood to
have been made by (he English and
American Ministers ami if the; m,. com?
piled with, a loiip. step in th,- direction
of reform in the Provlm.r Sxcchuen
will have beeil taken. These Ministers
ha i e it la understood, made a demand
that all examinations for promotion and
spoolntmi ut to olllce .-hall cease in thai
province for four veins. This Is in?
tended as a Plow for the olllce-holding
? lass from which emanates all ihe nl
leged Information circulated nmong ihe
natives for the put pose of Inciting I hem
to tie- commission of outrages)
CHINESIZ OUTRAGES DISCUSSED
Wlml 1'el.io HiN|ialt'liON ll.tve In Nnj
on Hie ?tuestion.
London. S.-pt 110, A dlspalcll from
Pi kin was received a I ihe Foreign (>ilic
>hi: afternoon confirming the state?
ment that china had noted favorably
? in the demands of ihe Marquis of
Salisbury foi th.- punishment bf the
Vlcei\?j of Ssechucn, w ho Sir Nicholas
O'Connor. British Minister ai Pckln. re
poll -.I vvas le.-p. iifioi.- tor th.itrages
beginning in May at the missions sta?
tions in Chcng-Tu< tile capital ..! Sste
The dispatch received ul the Foreign
? mice says that Hu- Chinese oillclnl
? lliselte has published an Impartial edict
announcing thai the viceroy ol Ssio
ehueii has been i.iiipp.-d oi his rank for
failing i" protect the missionaries, and
wiil never again he allowed to hold
olllce, so thai his ease will serve a-. .,
warning lor all future iiiho to ottlciuls
w ho mnj he disposed (.. do u rang.
Th-- Poll .Mall (luseitc says thai the
Yam.ii uh. Uuird controlling Chinese
foreign affairs) formally communiciited
its decision to (la- British Minister, who
expressed himself as Hntlsiicd with llu
terms of the edict, "it is now proba?
ble als., suys* the Pnll-Mnll Hoxelte,
? that (he British vessels which had en?
tered ib.- Yang Ts.- Klang river for the
purpose of enforcing the demands
deal Britain, win forthwith .i. - ....
Ilv rivet and resume their loiiii'i rta
Tin Spanish Embassy here authorizes
ihe following statement:
"The Spanish Embassy has communi?
cated by telegraph with the foreign
olli.cc at Madrid in regard t.moi'Ii
published in the American papers and
reproduced in the London newspapers
to the effect thai Scoretnry oim-y hau
warned the Spanish Minister ul Wash?
ington that ihe insurrection hi Culm
must be crushed within three months,
otherwise Hie Culled Stales Govern
inenl will adopt a different policy from
thai hitherto observed."
To (his i .mniutiir.il ion ih.- Spanish
Foreign Ollicc.hUS replied thai tlio in WS
paper statement referred lo is pure fic?
tion. Ti.e relations between Spain and
the I lulled Stale; Hi" reply adds, are
smooth und harmonious and there arc
not tin- slightest sinus of friction.
We .-ire sole agents for I lie YoUlllall
Hat. Goldman a- Ilofliclmer.
Do your glasses :;>ilt you? If not see
Dr. WECK, 102 Main Si
Hiunll mis ki liilorcNlliiK Sew* Pound
A run ml Tow n.
Tin' (Ironien will upi>oui' Iii I heir hew
Ki v. 11. II Bennett spoke ai lhu ?"111??i? I
Mission In.-1 night.
lion. I?. C. Win wiii;. ol' Cliestelilcld,
was In I lie i il :? yesterduj
The rogulai monthly meeting pi the
I'oinniou Couniil will be belli to-night.
The Inkt Sutidnj excursion fu Ihe sea
son from Richmond eiune down Sun
I'liniii -t Knills, u i im.i way lioy from
Northampton coll Illy, is wonted by the
Chief ol Police.
n was Jnihus Mlltci who was re?
cciilly presented with it pin by Coiirl
Met rlmuo, A. O. F.
Colonel .lo. Lane Ktern will make bis
nniiiiiil Insiieetlon ol tlie mllltury hi
(ln> a rmory lo-nlghl
Mr. Alfred L-. Clay.of Wuti, Reltew &
Clay, returned yesterday from a short
\ urntIon in iIn- mountains.
Walter H Taylor, of Ibis i-ity. has
in .-n elected a nieinliei' of Hie council of
St Andrew's Brotherhood.
The British steamship Ulstern. i'< -
I ported ashore ul the mouth ol the Itap
pilhilllUOCk l iver, lias In en Hunted.
Captain W W. Key i.- at At bin in ar?
ranging for the \isit of Ihe Fourth Vh
glnitt Iteglmetil tu tlie Exposition.
A colored mini hud a Violent III al the
corner of Church and Bermuda streets
yesterday, and hud to he car lied lo Iiis
The.Hull.u t' William B. Marvel, from
Fall River. Mass., iirrlved at Lambert's
Point yesterdiiy with standing .lit> and
i liree top-Halls gone
Tin- Rescue Khe Company, a voluu
tcei Colored organisation rrotn Norfolk
county, held a supper at Samaritan
Hull, on St. Paul street,, last night.
The committee having in charge the
Investigation of tin- charges emit allied
in the Mayor's letter nicl last night ami
form ii Iah -I their rctmii 10 the Council
Bishop Cheshire, ol Nor tit Cnrullna;
IE. v ii r>. Tucker, and Captain W W.
Old, of this city, have gone lo Min tie- i
npolls lo attend the Episcopal Conven?
R. v k B iint. h. r desires to ni< ei
at ihe Elrst Baptist Clltirell lo day all
Who III vile tu Ulke |in 1*1 III III-' |?t'?l
poscd cx|M)sllloh lo he hehl in Novcni
bl I !
Hoi, Gcqrgi I: Weiidllng's lecture.
"Unseen Realities," at the Young Men's
Christian Association Ibis evening win
probably be listened to by a large audi?
A young man named Unwell, living in
Un- upper pari of tin- city, was Ii riibly
Ianteii l.y attaches of Sells Brothers'
circus Saturday night while mi his way
The Third Waul Democratic Club held
a largely attended meeting at their hall
on James Street last night. Arrange'
incuts were made for beginning the full
Tin- Haiti: on tin- Clyde Line steamers
were at half mast yesterday In res pec I
to ihe memory of Captain Nicholson, ol
ihe steamer Wlnzah, who died in Rich?
Henry Rlddlok (colored) was befon
Justice ii<.wies yesterday upon a charge
of pint big a spike upon tin- track of the
X.a folk uml Ocean View railroad! The
charge was not sustained.
Rev. Mr. Chambers, who preached at
th.- KirsI Baptist Sburch Sunday, is on
his way in China, having been sent out
as a missionary. lie sails from San
Eruneliicii on the 22d instant
Mi John C. .lame..: bus written til.pi
im. the positloit nf umpire of the base?
ball game between tin- members of
Black Hawk ami Morrlmuc Tribes ot
Red Men on iillllS.la' .
The Knights nf the A m i- in EsSellic
Order last night ejected Mi. Hugh fl
Miller i. tiny "i tin- order, \ Ice
i "has II. Korn II resigned, am! Mr.
Era ilk II. Whit.- was elected warden
? i. tax ia Mann, a colored Infant, was
found .lend in In t bed :it No. 12 Doyii
si reel Suiulaj nigh.. A coroner's jury
yesterday decided that she died of SUf
| foestIon. Hilter children in Hit bed
had rolled over on her while her parents
w ere a I church.
The gyinnusiuin class at the V. M. I'.
I Ai was opened last night with : i?out
thirty-live boys in attendance. The
public are invited in witness the exer?
cises from tlie gallery every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday lllgM. Nu
fancy work is Indulged, the Instruction
I. dug in body building.
Rev. Dr. mvens w ill deliver a lecture
in Ib.- West Norfolk Methodist Episco?
pal Chiircli this (Tuesday) evening at
x o'clock uu Odd-Fellowship, and after
the lecture an elegant supper will be
spread by West Norfolk Lodge, I. '?. < >.
V.; No. 102. The lecture will he flee,
bill tickets for supp.-r will he 2ii cents.
I'i csiiicnt Slew art Sn.> s Etc Will I'nsi
lively Pull I lie Mill on.
Sau Antonio, Tex., Sept. 80, it was
learned here to-day that negotiations
have bceii quietly in progress fur sev?
eral days between tlie Florida Athletic
tiuii ami railroad olllclats in Mexico,
looking t" th- pulling oil of the Cor
bett-FltKslnininns fight in that coun?
try a. ross tin- liv.-r front Eagle Pass, or
at koine oilier point below there un the
lim ni tie- .Mexican International road
in case it w;is found Impossible tn have
it at Dallas or the Indian Territory, it
Is stated thai the Governor nf a Mex?
ican State guarantees protection in (ho
fight ei s,
President Stewart writes a friend
here Unit he will positively pull the
fight off somewhere on or before Oct..
hot Ill?t, it tin- principals tire alive and
ready to meet each olher. Fltzslmmons
left for Corpus Christi litis altern.i,
lie was a8k< I this morning if he was
willing in fight in Mexico, il.- replied
that he had not yet been consulted
lit the matt.-r. hut that he is ready In
I meet Corbett on any spot on earth ami
that it' the light docs not com."i at
Dallas in- will demand his $25,000 for?
The Valley Mutual Life Association of Vir?
ginia in Trustee's Hands.
CHARTERED IN CIRCUIT COURT, AUGUSTA
Us Issels Aw SI I,".50 ?ml [Cm MnbilJ?
Iii s Ri:tO,000 in Iii?- Nhnpe ol' !'?>?
ptiul a>cntli Losses Tliv Viinilici' nr
<ni i . nl Policies uro ?-i.ooo null
1 mount ul Insurance 81,500,000.
Richmond, Va.; Bopl. "". A Staunloh
special I" Hi. I ilHpatcli says: The Valley
Mutual Life Association ol Virginia,
i-liailiT.il by the ??'?'?nit Court Of An.
gusla Seplenihei' :t. is<>'.. by Us deed
ma.;. September 27th, hill recorded t<>
iluy. has assigned Its assets to J. I).
Clolhter, irtistec Dr. I\ S. Rlddelle, of
Shcuundouh, president of the assoola?
ii.in. is tin- maker ol tin- deed m behalf
of tit.- association, ami ihe trustee Is
tlic in ii islam secretary of the assocla?
lion. Tlio property d'oriveyed consists
? ?I other real estate ami tin- building of
ili>. association situated in Stnunton,
tbgcther with the olllce fixtures, fur
lilslilngsi printing plant, ami choscs in
action. All ? h dllors are to be paid out
ul the fund pro rata without preference.
This association founded seventeen
years ugo, and having as its first presi?
dent Ihe Hon. A N. N Stuart, in tho
beginning was thought lo be doing u
big business, l?utely, however, it has
been struggling with adversities, and
its failure occasions very little surprise,
it.-lorn making the assignment the os
sociatlon made an arriingemcnt byj
which all of iis policy liohlcrs, without
distinction "i prejudice on account ot
years or Infirmity, are entitled to rein?
surance In Hie National Life Insurance
Association of Hartford, Conn:; which
In 11 cr company is a mutual assessment
company, making a Specialty of rein?
The assets of the Valley Mutual are
ai.t $11.250 and US liabilities $130,000.
in tii<' shape of unpaid dentil losses.
To-ila> it Is said thai the number of
eiiri. in policies in the association are
1,0000, ami (he amount of Insurance
written there under $4,000,000.
The company has litany policy holders
in Virginia and North Carolina1. Since
Its foundation it has puid in death
losses $2,414.013.45. Its- Us lust annual
statement, made December 31, is:?4. it
appears thai Us total receipts w ore $140.
1X9.03: total disbursements, $104,350.88:
: mil assets, as ..r January I, 1890, $348,
1113.80, with insurance in force of $5,
An Immense Congregation ut Ml.
Joseph** Colored Church.
1" the presence of a very large con?
gregation. Rev. Rhtltei Wolsniar, pas
tot ot Si. Joseph's Catholic Church, oh
Queen street, on Sunday night blessed
and unveiled the new statue of the
Sai r. i Henri of Jesus. The statue Is
ii donation lo Ihe c lurch and was made
in Holland. It stands on a pedestal tin
the Gospel side of the sacred edlflco
and Is one of Hi.- handsomest works
"f its kind ev. r Been in this section. It
is a life-shse ligure of the Lord, with
the breast open and heart exposed,
pointed at with the index linger of. ihu
The sermon on the occasion was de?
livered by Rev. leather McKeefry", of
Si Mary's Church, who gave a hts
lory of th.-Igln and of the theology
of devotion to the Sacred heart of Jesus
[and showing thai the opening in tho
heart Is a refuge for all men.
St. Joseph's Church is for colored pee?
pie, th,- acolytes being colored boys.
\ Itiirglnr Arrested.
Last w.k the Virginian mentioned
the fuel ihsii a store k.-pi by S. Deans,
at the corner of Goff and Chapel
street extended had been entered and
robbedof g.Is to the value of about
$40. Since that time Special Officers
Carmine and Stephens, of the county,
have been working on the case.- Last,
night they went to a house "n Princess
Anne avenue, just beyond the Hebrew
cemetery, and arrested Alex. Gordon.
Colored, as the burglar. A clock, which
was stolen at the time, was recovered.
Gordon was brought to this city and
'Flic White Nqnndron.
The steamers New Yprk. Minnenpo?
Iis. Raleigh, Columbia and Montgom?
ery, of the White Squadron* under
command of Admiral Hunce, are anch?
ored in Lynnhaven Bay, but will go n>
sea again in-day for n:it<thei week's
practice In Heel manoeuvres, and will
return to the RondS next Saturday for
coal and provisions. Captain Evans
will be relieved of the command i f
the New Vork In a feu days and will
be succeeded by Captain W. S. Schloy.
"My little ilaticbter was troubled with
nail rheum and u friend advised me to
use Hood's Sarsaparille. She has taken
one hon! - und Is cured."?Mrs. Mary
Lewis, < ?live. Va.
Hood's Tills cure all Liver Tils,
Having .in-' linlshcd taking slock I find
mail} linen of goods broken that I will
close out i landless ?f cost. I will name a
few bargain* that no lady in Norfolk:
ought to miss:
Lace Curtains?The $1.20 kind now P?c;
the $2.80 kind now $1.78: the Si kind now
S'i.77; tlio $8 kind now $ii.i!'. Many
broken b.i> of ladles' and gent's foil ahn
winter m del wear at prices that will as?
tonish veil OlIO lOI Ladies Jersey Wool
Shirts (only in small sixes) wi re $1.00! now
.. . io rlose. See our window of Wool
Skirts reduced to SI.25. Don't fall to see
out Kmbroldered Htiiuikot'chlefs for' UJtu.
Some seli tin-in for Sfc,
X. A PA I'N DURfl,
V,-2 Mulil street*