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Minister Montt received a cable message from Santiago last night saying that tho new Chilian Congress is composed as follows: Liberals Senators, 21, and Deputlci, 50 Conservatives Senators, 5, and Deputies, 38; Liberal majority on joint ballot, 48. Tho mcisago also said that the Conservative di rectory, tho Liberal Aseembly, and tho electors assembled at Santiago yesterday and declared that they would vote for Captain Georgo Montt as president of Chili. The message says that Captain Moutt accepted tho office, and thereby assured tho actual and futuro stability of tho Constitutional Government. Lively Work on Our War Shlpu. BiiookiiYN, N. Y., Nov. 7. One hundred mou were working to-night at tho navy yard on tho Cbicago, Mlantouomah, and Atlanta, and passes have been issued for a? many moro to-morrow, Tb,ls Is said to bo tho first time since the war of tho rebellion that workmen havo been employed on war vessels In the Brooklyn navy yard on Sunday. British Wur Ships Going: Southward. Ottawa, Nov. 7. Lord Stanley, Governor General, has returned from Halifax, where ho hade farewell to his son, Lieutenant Stanley, of H. M. S. Bellcrophon. The vessel Is shortly going to Bermuda to go Into winter quarters at that place. REUNITED AND HAPPY PEOPIiE Ex-President Hayes' Remarks About ProgroBS In llio South. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 7. Es-Presldont Hayes, who Is now traveling in tho South with Dr. J. L. M. Curry and Ills son, -R. I. Hayes, In tho interest of tho Peabody and Staten Island School funds, was to-day tho guc6t of tho Augusta Exposition Company and addressed a largo audience in Music Hall. Whcro else In tho world, ho asked, havo tho results of great civil conflict been so wisely dealt with as In tho United States? Where else, uftei 6uch sharp divisions, leading to such bloody struggles, have a people corao together under tho same flag as hero? Where e on tho glob.- pointing to hun dreds of United States flags decorating tho hall been found floatlnc over a reunited and happy people in the lifetime of men who fought against it? How is this to ho accounted for but by tho in telligence and. patriotism of the people and tho good work of the schools of. the coun try. Tho building up of this great country is best evidenced by just such splendid displays of material, wealth and progress as this Augusta Exposition. This exposition of tho products of 24 States is an evidence of the very things wo wanted to find. Diversified Industry Is tho secret ot the highest civilization, and that you havo learned tho secret is shown by this great exposition. i .i CAN'T SECURE A JURY. A Murderer Likely to Kscapo Trlul and Punishment lit Consequence. Kansas Citt, Mo., Nov. 7. A special to tho Star from Hugoton, Kan., says: It is al most certain that James Brennan will novor bo tried for tho murder of Colonel Samuel "Wood. Special Judge Wall has announced that It has been found impossible to secure an unbiased jury in Stevens county and tho case is continued to tho January term. Every man between tho aces of 31 and CO years living in tho couuty had been brought Into court and examined touching his quali fications, but only ton out of tho 197 men ex amined wore found who were acceptable to tho Stato. The defense has twelve peremptory challenges. It Is veiy probable that tho State will never make another effort to securo a jury, us it has been proven Impossible. Tho State cannot secure a chango of venue and tho defense obviously does not want ono, " Feeling against tho prisoner became Yery intense after tho adjournment of court and tho sheriff and ono deputy clandestinely hurried tho prisoner to Hutchinson, where he was lodged in jail. After three terms the prisoner will be entitled to his liberty, if In that time tho State has not given him a trial. TROUBLESOME INDIANS. Wanton Depredations by the Ute Threats by Settlers. Denybk, Colo., Oct. 7. Governor Routt to-day received, information from Routt County that tho Utes have been off their reservation and roaming through Lilly Park and along tho White and Vampa rivers com mitting depredations and wantonly slaughter ing game. It is estimated that during the past month they havo killed 3,000 deer, mostly does and fawns. Tho hides oi tho deer alonp are taken, tho meat Is kit on tho ground to rot If somcithing is not promptly done to drive these marauders hack on to their reservations tho settlers pjomieo to take the law into their own bauds and if they do the Governor will bo out a tribe of Indians. IjIEUT. COWIiES EXONERATED. Tho Despatch Wan Lout ISecause of Poor Lights on tho Gont. Bocretnry Tracy disposed of the case of tho wrecked steamer Despatch yesterday by ap proving tho conclusion of tho Court of Inquiry that this is not n case calling for any f urthtr action. Tho court found from tho evidence submitted that tho order ot Lieutenant Cowles, tho commanding officer of tho vessel, were safo and propor, and that tho accident would not havo oc curred but for tho mlatako of Lieutenant Noel in taking tho Assatcuguo Light for tho Winter Quarter Shoal Light. Tho court found that tho Assatuaguo Light ehono red in stead of white, and that as tho vi'ssel passed within four miles of the Winter Quarter Shoal Light with proper lookouts, without seeing it, that light either must havo been entirely out or else was burning dimly. The court was of opinion that this condition was tho principle cause of tho disaster, and that no ono. attached to tho vessel could ho held accountable for it. A CLEVER FORGER. Cutholic PrlostH and Schools Wore His Principal Victims. Wnxm.iNO, W. Va. , Nov. 7. Further evi dence developed to-day in tho caso of I. J. Porter, who was nrrestcd here last night at tho Episcopal residence ot lit. Kev. Bishop Kalne, while trying to pass a forged check on the bishop, which goes to show that Porter, or McGrain. as ho calls himself, is ono of tho most dangct ous and notorious forgers in tho coun try, and. that ho Is wanted In at least a score of cities aud towns. When arrested a large number of foiged certified checks on a dozen different banks wcro found on his person These ranged iu amounts from $200 to $1,000. It seems that Catholic priests and schools are his principal victims. Father Mauritius, of St. Alphonsus Church, and formerly of St. Au gustine Church, Pittsburg, to day identified him bb the man who had given a forged check on a HaYrlsburg hank about a year ago. Among tho things found on the prisoner w a bunch of twelve or fifteen old-faBhloned quill pens and a small bottle of carmine" Ink. He had $40 or $60 in cash and a cheek for $200, and one for $60 and another for $00. Besides ho had blank checks on about twenty banks In all parts of the country, duly certi fied aeross the face in red "ink. McGrain Is a rather dlstiriguished-looking man, his beard and moustache being white, and has the appearance of being a well-to-do gentle man. But for tho fact that Bishop Kalne compared the bogus slgnaturo with tho gen uine one, tho fellow might haye worked his game successfully here. AN IMPORTANT ISSUE. Urgent Call to War Against tbc Louisiana Lottery. New York, Nov. 7. Tho following call has been Issued: "In our sister Stato of Louisiana an issuo is pending of supremo im portance to tho best interests of that Stato aud of gravest concern to tho people of every other State. "Tho issuo is joined without referenco to party llneB between tho monster gambling corporation known as tho Loulsana Lottery aud its adherents on tho ono side and those citizens of Loulsana who are supremely con cerned for tho honor and Integrity of tho Stato on tho other. It is now to bo decided whether or not a gambling concern shall fasten itself in the constitution of, and govern, ono of tho commonwealths of tho American Union, with license to continue its vicious courses to tho prejudice of tho general morals and tho dotrlment of every honest intereit in tho entire land. Good aud pa triotic men cannot bo indifferent to such a matter, nor can they afford to be silent con cerning it. We call tho citizens of every faith and party In tho city of Now York to meet at Chlckering Hall, at S o'clock on Thursday evening, tho 12th iuAt., nntl speak out on this vital subject, sending words of cheer and God-Bpeed to their frlendo and fel-low-citizons of Louisiana, who oro making so bravo aud devoted a struggle for the preser vation of all that is precious to the upright man and faithful citizen. "Tho Bt. Rev. Henry C. Potter will preside, and addresses will bo mado by tho Hon. Chauncoy M. Depcw, President Seth Low, Rabbi Gotthell, Rev. Father Elliott, General Georgo D. Johnston, of Louisiana, and other prominent gentlemen." Tho call was signed by Lyman Abbott, Georgo Aloxander, William n. Arnoux, Noah Davis, Charles F. Deens, Chailes S. Falrchild, John M. Ferris, R. W, Gilder, Edward Jud son, Seth Low, C. II. Parkhurst, John R. Paxton, Henry C. Potter, Wager Swalne. HE STOTjE A LiAP ROBE. Clarence Hnmle, said to he of Welling ton. Arrested In ISroolclyn. Bookltn, N. Y,, Nov. 7. E. Clarence Homlo, of Washington, D. C was committed to Raymond street jail for ten days to-day for stealing a lap robe from tho carriage of a Brooklyn lady. Hamle is heir to a largo for tune In Washington, but finding himself hero without money or friends ho took the lap robo wherewith to get something to eat. Colored. Gauiblorn Captured. Lieutenant Amiss and a squad of officers raided a gambling house, tho "Union League Club," at No, 1212 E street northwest, about 10-30 o'clock last night. Tho proprietor, William Landis, colored, was locked up at tho First precinct station. Some twenty-eight colored men were found at various games and they were summoned to .appear as wit nesses. Death of a Rich Cuban. Havana, Nov. 7. Senor Don Cosmo Her rcra, ono of the richest men in the Jeland of Cuba, is dead. Tho fortune left by him amounts to mHlions of dollars. FATHER AND SON SUICIDE. SENSATION IN FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL CIRCIKS. Prince, Counts, nnd Others of the Gorman Aristocracy Madly Hilton by aBursted Hunk Many Poor People AioSufforcrH Thereby, Copyright by New York Associated Presp. Bkklin, Oct. 7. A sensation was caused In financial and Boclal circles hero to-day by tha collapBo of the banking Institution of Fricd laender and Sommerfeld. The usual scenes of excitement omong depositors anxious to so euro their money, and among those holding tho notes and drafts of tho Institution, oc curred around the offices of tho firm, and tho effect upon the creditors may bo imagined when it was announced that the leading part ner in tho concern, togotber with his 6on, had committed suicide. Tho failuic is associated with the recent suspension of ike Bankers Hirschfekl and Wolff. Largo forced sales were made, and this action was vanuely attributed to local financial troubles. These sales caused a gen eral and heavy fall in prices, but the business of the day was over before tho tragic incidents closing the career of tho bankers became generally known. As tho facts In tho caso developed it ap peared that father and son met in their office In tho bank early this morning and discussed tho crislB In their affairs. After talking over tho matter, pro and con, they concluded that, as they were hopelessly embarussed, they would die. It is understood that thi6 reso lution to take their own lives was due in a great measure to the fact that their arrest was impending, as Felix Sommerfeld, the eon, had become involved in speculation a which were more than likely to lead to h!6 arrest on a criminal charge. Having arrimd at tho decision that death was preferable to arre6t and disgrace, both father aud son shot themselves in the head, using revolvers. When tho clerks iu tho of fice, alarmed at the reports of the pistols, ran to tho private office they found father and son still alive. Thoy were conveyed to tho hos pital iu a dying condition. The firm baB been in existence a long time and held a good position in the financial world. It had a reputation as a steady-going house. Its customers who belonged chiefly to tho middle class were scattered throughout tho Empire. The Inquiry Into the affairs of Hlrschfeld ik Wolff realizes tho worst anticipations. Tho firm has been in business for sixty-four yors, and had as its chief commerzienrath Herr Wolff, who occupied 6eveial other posi tions of trust. Ho was a prominent society man, who lived a life of ostentatious wealth, his household expenses running to 400,000 marks a year. Ho did little In the speculative line until recent yeare. when his private extravagances and losses at the gaming table led to his embarrassment. Ho tried to recoup Mb losses through dealings on the Paris and Berlin bourses. For a number of years Wolff has been living by selling and pawning the securities of depositors. Among the numerous aristocratic creditors of the firm aroPrince Henry, of Prussia, who loses 500,000 marks; Prince Gunther, of Schleswlg-Holsteln, brother of tho Empress of Germany, whose loss alsb amounts to 500,000 marks, and Count Luttichon, a prominent lender in German society, who is out 800,000 marks. Other members of tho aristocracy who aro severely hit aro Count Zedlltz Treschler, Count Bredow Rolchstager Goldechmldt, and Count Eulen berger, of tho Imperial household, and Count Lehndorff, chief of the royal stables. A largo number of industrial companies lose their deposits. This evenlmr a largo crowd assembled iu front of the bank and threatened to carry tho building by storm and recover their securi ties. Tfco police had groat difficulty In re straining tho mob from carrying their threats Into execution. Tho many artisans are In furiated at tho loss of their deposits. mm ANOTHER BANK FAILURE. Surprise and Excitement Created at . Corry, Pa. FiTTSBuna, Pa., Nov. 7. A sensation was created at Corry by tho suspension of the Corry National Bank. Tho news spread quickly and created great surprise and ex citement, as tho concern was believed to bo perfectly 60und. Tho hauk had been closed by order of tho bank examiner. Tho deposits aro close to $500,000. Tho failure is duo almost entirely to tho fact that tho hank has been carrying a largo amount of paper for business men in this section and in tho lumber country, who havo been unablo to meet their obligations. TWO BUILDINGS COLLAPSED. Several Persons liadly Crushed and Many Others Injured, Akiion, Ohio, Nov. 7. Two bulldiug6in the business centro of thi city collapsed this after noon. Twenty persons were in tho buildings at tho time. Frances Miner was pinuod to the ground by a heavy stone, her right leg being completely crushed from just above tho kneo aud only the bleeding stump was left. Walter Stanley, aged 12 years, was crushed so that his foot will havo to be amputated. Mrs. David Frank, of Copley, and her daughter, Zedella Frank, and other persons were hit by flying bricks aud knocked down, but are not seri ously hurt. Corn Meal lioom in Berlin. Beklin, Nov. 7. Since tho dinner given by tho Hon. William Walter Phelptho Uultod States Minister, at which Indlmb corn meal and American pork were lntro'duced to a select circle, Indian corn meal has been boom ing. TboBei lln bakeries are uu able to sup ply tho demand for tho various preparations In Indian corn meal. SLASHED IN THE ABDOMEN. Kichard Pra.ler Futnlly Cut in a How Over Crap. A crowd of negroes wcro at Stannard's pool room, No. 1185 Sixteenth 6trect northwest, last night and among them wcro Richard FrazIcrandPnillip Lancaster, alias Snaplaugh. Tho latter were playing crap and a dispute arose over some questionable action of Lan caster. Thoir discussion became heated and thoy went out front together. Lancaster was was heard to remark: "You Is wronging me, deed you is," and then he was seen to make a lunge at Frazier. A tussle followed, and Lancaster ran off with a knife in bis hand. Frazier was seen to reel, and then, gathering himself together, ran up Sixteenth street into M Btreet, and thence up into Louise Homo alley, where he resided with his father. As he approached his house ho commenced cry ing,"Father,Fatherl" and on l caching it threw himself in tho door and cried, "I'm murdered.' His old father picked him up and placed him on the bed and seut for medical alrj. This was n little after 10 o'clock, and Dr. G. W. Cook was soon at the 'wounded man's side. It was found that ho had a four-inch cut in the bowels, from which tho intestines protruded. It was a long time belore Dr. Cook could stop tho hemorrhage, and then when Dr. J. For d Thompson cainu the wound was stitched up sufficiently to allow bi& removal to tho Frecd man's Hospital. Tho cutting took placo at 10 o'clock but It was nearly 11:30 before the police of the precinet got hold of tho facts, though a telephone nearly an hour before had been sent to tho First Precinct and their wagon was on tho ground some time before tho police of that locality eamo on tho Bcene. The wound is a very serious one and will in all probability prove fatal. Lancaster, who did tho cutting, is a well known tough. Ho had not been captured up to 1:30 o'clock tnis morning. DISTRICT DEMOCRATS Getting In Shape for tho Contest Over Delecates to the National Convention. Now that the fall elections aro over the various Democratic organizations will take steps looking to the reorganization of their clubs, the purpose being to get everything in working shape for tho District convention which meets next spring to elect delegates to tho National Democratic convention. Tho leading organizations are Jackson Associa tion, the Columbia Democratic, and the Young Men's Democratic Club. Tho threo presidents, James f. Norris,, Lawrence Gardner, audJJ. Fred Kcliy wiHTaeo'tfiat their organizations are mado a factor In' tbo contest that will ensue for delegates to the National Convention. The question as to who will be tho delegates and alternates is already a live one, and several of the candidates havo com menced to electioneer for the places. When and how the convention 6hall be held Jb to be detei mined by the Democratic Central Com mittee, of which Mr. John Boyle is chairman. They hayo opened quarters at 1333 E street northwest, where they will remain until after the next Presidential election, and if tho re sult is favorable to their side for a longer period. Tho convention 1b usually held in May, and it Is thought that there will bo no change this year. There is a seutiment amoncr a certain class of the Republicans of tho District to force tho convention, some of the most aspiring ones desiring it as early as December. It is not likely this will be accomplished as chair man Davis, of their central committee, says they will not meet until January next to ar range tho preliminaries. The Republicans this year will hold regular primary elections, and not massmeetings as in previous years. Tho Carson and Chase fight will again bo the paramount issuo,as Editor Chase in his paper, The Bee, is pouring hot shot, into the Carson adherents. It is said tbat tho Carson crowd will back ex-Chief Cierk Bracket of the Treasury Department as ono of their candi dates. THE WONDERFUL NORWOOD. XIuuro'B Steam Yacht Broke tho World's Record. New York, Nov. 7. -Norman L. Monro's Yacht Norwood is a world-beater. This after noon, over a measured course, sho Bpccded two miles at an average speed per inllo of 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Tho top speed of tho Vamoose, as determined recently on tho Long Island Sound, over a course of tho same distance, was 2 minutes, 30J seconds, or 17J seconds behind tho Munro wonder. After speeding twice over tho course the 6prng on the safety-valYe broke aud it was Impossible for her to eo over tho course four times a6 intended. Tho cour60 was ono mile straightaway, begin ning In tho waters off the Atlantic Yacht Club-house at Bay Kldge, and ending off Ben nett's coal dock, about a half mile directly north of Owl's Head. Mr. Munro felt very much disappointed. . - Will Meet In Washington on iho 33d. Chicago, Nov. 7. Tho committee on awards of tho World's Columbian Exposi tion, after being in session in Chicago Boveral daj's, adjourned at noon to-day, to meet in Washington, November 23. It was decided to ask Congress for $800,000 to pay for medals and premiums awarded. Private Secretary Halford Returns. Fokt Monroe, Va., Nov. 7. Private Sec retary Halford and daughter, who have been at tho Hygola Hotel for tho past ten days, re? turned to Washington to-night. Ho will re sumo work Monday. Mrs. Cleveland and Buhy It nth. Buzzard's Bay, Mass., Nov. 7. It Is re- Eorttd hero that Mrs, Grover Cleveland aud aby Ruth will soon arrive, and will stay at Gray Gables until just before Christmas. ENGAGED TO A DUKE. MISS MATTIK MI3CIII2I.I. TO BI! THE' NEXT AMERICAN DUCHESS. AuthontfUIvo Announcement of tho Oro- Ron Sonator'n Dnnghtor'n Botrothc to tho Duko do la Rochefoucauld Tho Wedding to Tnko Plico Shortly. Another beautiful American girl is about to become a duchess, and it is safe to say that no woman in Europo will wear a coronet with moro graco and distinction than this latest contribution of Amorlca to thn foreign nobil ity. Tho now prospective duchess Is Miss Mattio E. Mitchell, daughter of Senator Mitchell, of Orceon, a young lady who for several seasons was ackuowlodgcd to bo ono of the most beautiful of the many beautiful women who odornod tho first circles of Washington society. Tho announcement is mado on the authority of Senator Mitchell that his daughter, who is in Paris, is ongaged to bo married to Duko Frauds de la Roachefoucauld, a French noble man of distinguished lineage and large pos sessions. The dato of tho marriago has not yet been definitely fixed, but it-will tako place in tho near future. Mis3 Mitchell has been abroad for nearly two years with her mother. Thero was a re port some time ago that she had. become en gaged to a foreign nobleman, but this is the first authoritative announcement of it. A MURDEROUS CHINAMAN. Killed a Police Officer, and Wounded Other Men on Slight Provocation. San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7. Special Officer John Gillen was shot and klllod thls afternoon by a Chinaman named Chin Su Chan, who also shot and probably killed Joseph Cowell, a milkman, besides wounding C. Barbaris, a restaurant keeper. The Chinaman was walking along the streets when a wagon, driven by two younjj men, passed him. Tfiey mado some remark which angered the Chinaman, who drew a revolver and fired, the shot striking Cowell, who was also iu tho wagon. Then Officer Gillen approached, and Chin Su Chan raised the .revolver again and fired squarely at the officer. The Chinaman now started to run. A great crowd pursued, him, among them Barbaris. Chin Su Chan suddenly turned, fired over hl& shoulder, wounding Barbaris, tho lat ter in the thigh. The Chinaman was cnught, and taken to jail. Fivo hundred dollars in gold was fouutl in a canvas bolt. The Chinaman claims that when ho was sur rounded by the crowd he was afraid that his money would be taken from him. Anothec Good Man Gone Wrong1. Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 7. Edwin S. Hoag land was last evening arrested and committed to jail in default of ball. Ho has for six years been station agent hero of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company,, and was of Irreproachable standing In church, social, and business circles. He" Is charged with grand larceny of $2,000 from tho railroad company. His deficiency, oxtendlng over two or threo years. Is $4,000 or $5,000. Ho is also $400 short in tho funds of tho church, of which he is the treasurer. News Notes. Government rocoipta yesterday Sl.033,010. Tho President has appointed Preston H. uberroth a Socond Lieutonanc in th Rovonuo Marino Service. Total amount of 4J per cent, bonds redeemed tp duto, 21,148,050, loavinir outstanding &i, 355,7f0. For tho hospital buildings nt tho Immigra tion Depot, Hills rsland. N. Y., tho lowest bid der yesterdoy wan E. L. Ryan ut 814,470. The Government of Hawaii has accepted tho Invitation to paitlclpato in tho World's Fair at Chleago. D. H. Worwell was 5'estorday appointed post master at Hllliville, Va. Tho Comptroller of tho Currency has de clared a final dividend or C.55 percent. In fnyor of tho creditors of tho California National Bank of San Frnnclsco, California, making in all 100 per cent, and Interest in full to Ootober 7, 1891, on oluims proved, amounting to $150,007.48. In accordance with his plan of raakinir a prompt and lasting impression upon waters to. be stocked, United States Fish Commissioner McDonald will introduco largo numbers of yearling fish of tho salmon family into suita ble streams. At tho various stations adapted to tho purpose, rearing ponds havo been estab lished and aro now being multiplied as rapidly as circumstances will permit. Telegraph Vriefg. Gold, silver, and zlno havo been discovered1 In Brown County, Montana. A bill to bo presented to Congress is Intondod to remedy existing oylls regarding tho promo tion and pay of pystoflico employes. Miuistor -Porter is on leave of absonco and returning from Italy to his homo iu Jndlunn. Tho Government of Holland has deoided strongly in favor of compulsory military servlco. Baron Fava has been promoted to plenipo tentiary of tho first class in tho Italian diplo matic service. -Governor Steelo turned oyer to secretary of Oklahoma Territory all Government property, and with his family started Eastwaid. K Admitslou of German beet sugar mto tho United Btates freo is a serious blow to tho Ha waiian Islands, and cultivation of sugarcane will bo suporseded by coffee raising. Tho Weather. For tho District of Columbia, Delaware Maryland, and Virginia, warmer; lnlrweathor; winds becoming southerly. Thermometer readings yesterday: 8 a. in., 30; 32m., 61; 8 p.m., 41; maximum temperature, 50; miuumum temperature, U3. Same dato last vear; Maximum temperature, 00; minimum temperature, 87. i .h- i ''! h ' If 1 ' 'Hi 3 ' a t Mr' M iti ! if i i n - J i i i s 1 , " i