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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fiianc;sco, Sopt. 24.
(By 8. S. Australia.)
Schools nro closod at Lawronco,
Kansas, on account of an outbreak
Gonprul Schofiold is to bo ruc
ceoded by (3-m ral Slilus an senior
Major General in command of tho
United States Army.
Tho Btroot railways of Wash
ington, J) 15., hnvo been conso'i
diited. Coiicrossinun Francis G.
Nowlunds of Calif rnia is a prin
cipal in tho syndicate.
Salvationists are mourning the
death from consumption at Jersoy
City of Mrs. Ulouol AVilliam
lt)adie, second in command of the
Salvation Army uf tho United
(Jharlos "Wilfied Mowbray, tho
Knglish anarciubt, had bis mouth
stopped in the midst of a rabid
buranguo tt Onicago by tho notice.
Tho whito squadron of tho
North Atlaut c has sailed foi
Dr. lulward W. Bumott of Now
York, a native uf Connecticut, has
died from c.mcor at the ago of 52
years, tie carelessly inoculated
himself with tho diseaso while
bhavmg eight months ago. aftor
having applied intrato of silver to
tho tongue of a pationt aftectod
with tho cancor.
iiimuiicuy m. jjopew lias gono
to iowpoit to reconcilo Mrs.
William K. Vandeibilt and her
former husband's relatives.
Thirty - seven witnesses have
beon-oxamined in tho nine weeks
sinco tljo Unrrant tiial at San
It is gonpr.illy conceded in
Philadelphia that tho four-masted
stool ship Prince Oscar struck
last July, sinkiirg hor with all
hands, was tho Lord Downshire
of I3olfast, Inland, commanded
by Captain J. G. McMurray.
J. Kier Haidio, the Scotch
socialist, is in San Francisco.
Tho British Consulate nt San
Francisco has boon raised to the
grado of a Consulate Gouor.il
J. W. AVaibutton will bo tho first
Consul Gonoral to represent the
United Kingdom on tho Pacific
Piosidont Cleveland has issued
an ordor placing tho consular de
partment undor civil service rules
Forest fill's are threatening
Santa Cruz, California.
Piofessor Jamos G. Kennedy,
principal of tho San Francisco
Normal School, died suddenly on
tho evening of September 23. ile
was one of the oldest and best
known educatois of tho State. Ho
was 52 years of ago and came
from Illinois whou u small boy in
ine piouoor ctu)s.
Miss Consuolo Vandorbilt, win.
is to marry tho Duke of Marl
lorough, will have a dowry of
$10,000,000, bosides an allowance
of .toU.OUQ a ear.
Superintendent Brooks of tho
foiuign division of tho P..st Ollico
Department has given his opinion
that the quaiantiuo regulations
aro so thorough at Sun Francisco
that there is no dangor of oholora
infection through tho mails.
Tho Commissioners of Accounts
in New York hnvo begun their
quost of frauds.allogod to have,
been committed under tho late
Asa Fisko hes rooovored judg
ment at San Francisco against
the estato of Honry Soholtors, do
ceased, for $150 principal and
$17,000 interest on a noto socured
by real estate mudo in 1882. The
inteiost agroed on was 3 por cont
a month compounded monthly,
Tho Amorioans won cloven
straight contests over tho British
in tho international athlotic tour
niimont ot New York. A London
pa por says tho boating is without
a parallol in tho history of inter
with which is Incorporated the "Independent,'
AfrLU, H.J., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 .
Minority lor l'rco Silver.
Tho "sound mouoy'1 committeo
of the New York Chamber of
Commerce has mndo a poll of the
next House of Representatives on
tho raonoy question. The list
!' cords 88 members for froo silver.
216 opposod to froo silver, and
52 wllOSO viowfl nVn Tint linnvn.
Of tuei88 put dowif'fo'r frof 'silver,
JU ar5 -U"puolieans, 51 Democrats
and 7 Populists. v
Niion- in iiiiiiiii-r.
A hoatod torm, atti-nded by
miny deaths, in Chicago and
othor cities, was suddenly follow
od by a cold wave on September
22. Tlioro wis a drop of from 20
to -10 dogrois within uii hour. In
N-bVuska, AVyoming and Colorado
there uoro hoivy falls of snow
Two sons of FraiiK Novius, at
Hawlins, Wyoming, woro sont
into a gulch a milo fioiu homo to
drive in tho cattlo. Twenty horso
mon were sent in search of thotn
without success, and it is believed
they porished in tho snow, which
was two feet deep.
.Scored tlio l'reiiclicrn.
A resolution was introduced in
tho Methodist conference at Can
ton, O., censuring tho Populists for
oiigHgiiig ex-Governor Waito of
Coloiado to deliver a political
speech at that place. Waito ap
poared but postponed his political
spoech till noxt day. Instead he
delivered n mock sormon, in
which ho condomnod tho monoy
powor and criticised tho minis
tors. "Christ drovo tho monev
cbangois out of tho synagogue,'"
ho said. "Did nnv of vou ever hoar
of a Methodist proachor driving
rlin innnnu cli..il-ci n nf In'.. f1-19'
tho monoy si
declared that tho monnv
power hung about tho neck of the
church as a millstone.
The I'lglit Iioulitlul.
It -is (Ibubtfi.r if tho fight be
tween Oorbett and Fitzsimmons
will come oh", without regard to
tho action of tho Governor of
Texas. Hrndv, manacrer for Cor-
bett, has saidhe "wouldn't soe
Jim go down" if ho had to start a
riot. Fitzsimmons is reported to
hnvo said ho would not fight un
less ho was either paid ir20.000 or
assured that tho kinotoscopo com
pany would not bo allowed to pho
Wciillli Inruii Old Minium,
Mrs. Elizibeth Dalo of Moun
tain View, near San Joso, will
soon coino into tho possession of a
seventh interest in an estate woith
$50,000,000. Sho is 8(3 yoars ol
ngo and tho cstato consists of 24
n ores in tho heart of tho city of
Philadelphia, a ninety-nino yours
'easo of which will oxpiro in Nov
ember of this year "Whou the
land was loused it was outsido of
Homo Mulling 7Iucliliio.
President A. B.Spreokels of tin
Pacific Jockoy Club hasannounced
that tho racos at Indoflido will be
startod by tho Australian starting
machine. Two bands of stroiiK
webbing aro placed for tho horse
to lino up to. When they are
lii od up a triggor is pulled, and
tho bauds move upwind and uwiiv
from tho horsts at an anglo of 45
degrees. This lots the horses oil
in a line. Another novolty to be
introduced is timing races by
electricity. An automatic indi
cator is placed abovo tho timor's
Htiiul and displays tho time mad
to ovoiy quaiter directly
horsos pass tho polo.
iiuscui: oi' ii:utY.
tiittu xuuuiiuu OI. UOIlll'H, JNOW-
toundland, in tho roliof steamor
Kito from tho Arctic. Poary spent
two win tors in Bowtloin's bay,
and is fairly satisfied with tho re
sults tlioro obtained. His actual
purposo was to comploto tho sur
vey of North Greenland, and he
believes that within tho next ton
years, stimulatod by tho progross
of othor countries, American mon
and American onterpriso will yut
Ho claims to have proved be
yond a doubt the feasibility of tho
suramor route to Iudppoiidouco
bay, , and says a durgo
expedition, nraply equipped,
could establish a provision depot
HIUIO IMIVBUIUIIIUI' llllll IIIIIKU It IIIO
baso of operations for a northward
march hesocoud year, nnd would
approach much noaror tlijij' Polo
than iii'y othor oxplorors ,could
hopo to get.
13esideH tmch valuablo metoo
rologieal information and a large
ethnological collection, Poury has
secured two motoontos from Capo
York, which he oons'ders aro un
equalled irittUo world. Tho larg
er ono himj-ljoon iiw d by the, Es
quimaux for many yoirsas mater
ial fiom which to make knives,
so puro is tho motnl, thus proving
it to he tho ono rofened to by
Jo'iu Boss fifty 'eurs ago.
Liout. Peary is, however, bit
terly disappointed at his failure
to proceed farthor north than ho
hid This he attributes to tho
loss of his food supplies, tho
o.icho in -land ice. Ho and his
companions, Lee ana Henson,
ondurod reat privations and woro
often in groat poril of thoir lives.
Peary describes tho ico cap us a
great inland sea. It covorod
Greenland with a mass of
ico in some placos a milo
and a half deep. No landmarks
exist. One has to navignto his
conrso by tho sextant and com
pass, as if upon the Atlantic.
Peory does not contemplate any
moro expeditions to tho north.
Ho Bays ho is too old a man, and
ho fe.ols his presont-misfortuuo
A Chlcngo I'renclicr tnken Ilulld.
Tho Union Constitutional, a
Conservative paper of Havana,
borates othor leading nowspapors
for not iidvcuting a policy of
greater severity toward tho insur
gents iustoad of advocating libor
al leforms in tho Spanish mothod
On September 19 tho Spaniards
dislodgodtho insurgents from a
strong position near Guanlunnmo.
Insurgents in Santa Clara pro
vinoo say the objoct of destroying
villages and settlomonts is to pre
vent tho troops from obtaining
lleinforcciiionts of 5050 infantry
and GOO cavalry for the Spanish
troops have recently boon landed
at different points.
Tho Spanish fironmu on tho
Amorican stoamor Mascotlo drop
pod a sack of nlle cartridgos into
a boit. Tho act was tiacod to
hun by a party who searched tho
steamer with tho captain's con
sent, and tho fireman was sen
tenced by coiirt-iuartial to ponal
setvilutlu for life for supplying
am munition to tho insurgents.
Tho Spanish cruisor Baio ts(o
gul was Bimk in the harbor of
liavuna and 40 lives woro lost,
Admiral Porejo boing ono of tho
vctims. Spanish accounts gavo a
collision as tho causo, but lottors
reeoivod in I'hiladolphiu sayB thei
ship was sunk by a torpedo.
Row Dr. II. "W. Thomas caused
a sanation from his pulpit in
Chicago by doeluring that the
time had como for Amoriea to siy
that the oppiession of Cuba by
Spain must como to au ond Thore
was a largo attendance of tho best
pooplo in tho city, and the speak
er was frequently interrupted by
outbursts of applause. Dr.
Thomas said Spain had forfoitod
tlio right to bo a dictator, much
less a ruler, among tho nations of
John liopko. for fiftoon yoars
proprietor of tho Kama Giand
Continont.il Hotol, Havana, who
with his family was ejectod forci
bly at midnight, has arrivod in
Florida. Ho will claim S40.000
damogos through tho United
States Government, boinga mtur
alizod Amorican citizen.
Arrangements huvo boon mado
in New York. for having a monster
petition got up to huvo the United
Stutos rocognizo tho Cuban instir-
1895. pmnrc s. -maNTri. . .
" ' - " ......
goiitfc ns bolligoronts. Bosides it
is contoniplated to hold public
mootmgs throughout tho countrv
to unify and call out tho sonll
ment in favor of Cuba.
Disturbances bolwoou Cubans
and Spaniards have boon onusod
in tho City of Mexico by Cubans
making demonstrations about
In tho Unltod'' Elates District
jgourtut Wijmiugton,' Delaware,
(hbjuVy ro'ndored-a' verdict of
"not guiltyV 'iji tjio caso of the
twonty-one Uubuns charged with
violation of the neutrality laws
The verdict was received with
News has boon reeoivod in Now
York of a battle iirThlchtho
Spauish troops woro' dofoated
with a loss of 300.
It is said tho insurgents will
hnvo a navy boforo tho end of the
Mr. Itoso, a wealthy Londoner,
litis challenged tho Now York
Athlotic Club for a raco for the
America's cup. His yacht will
bo dosignod by Sopor and built at
Tho socrotarv of the Itovnl
Yacht Srpiadmn writos to tho
banking firm of Laycock, Good
follow ,fc Boll that ho has cablod
their olfor of 1000 for a raco bo
tweon tho Defender ninl Valkyrie
III. in othor than Amorican wa
ters to tho Now York Yacht Club,
but that ho fours that it is too
Into in tho soason to arrange the
' Tho samo firm sends fo the
Sportsman a check for 25 as a
prize for tho best desigu for a gold
cup to bo givon by thotn for a on
tst in 1895 m America, England
or Australia betwoon yaohU which
do not exceed ninety tons.
I'rluhlcned tlio 4(110011.
While tho King nnd Queen of
Italy woio returning from the
inauguration of tho inonumorit to
Cavour, an officer of Sicilian
infantry tried to mount tho steps
of tho rpy.il carringo, at tho samt
tinio uddrossingsomo words to the
Quooii and frightoning hor. It
was thought that he was apjioalinu
for amnosty for tho four loaders of
tho Sicilian riots whom the King
while liberating all of tho politic
al ollbndois, has refubod to pin
don. Tho officer was arrested
and taken to tho barracks. Af
forwards it was learned that he
had besoHfrht tho Queen to nro-
niuit scionliho experiments on
living animals. Ho has boon suf
fering from opilopsyand his mind
is said to bo slightly allectod.
':' Itoaloro nlFaiiiil Scut.
Tho Town Council of Avignon
has agroed to spond $80U,(JOO
upon tho restoration of tho Popo's
palace. One of the notablo por
souagos of Avignon says that the
noxt I'opo will bo olected at
Avignon and will live thoro.
Avignon was sold in 1318 to Popi
Clommt YI. From that time
Avignon continuod to bo occupied
by thoPopos for moro than foui
fojitirios, and so ven Popos
Too .Illicit Itlono.
Thero is a glut in tho Loudon
money market. It is hopo.l tho
withdrawal of millions from
Europe for the Chincso loan will
reliovo tho distress.
Emporor William has h
teiejinouo oar mauo to toiiow him
whou ho is absent fiom Uerlii),
whereby ho is onablod to spoak
from any point of tho ohaso with
tho forestors and gamokoopors.
and can also kocp up a closo com
muuicntiou with his minislorsaud
tho othor stato authorities in
Borlin and olsowhero.
Now and important ovidouco in
tho Muybrick caso is to Lo sub
mitted to the British Homo
.... .. ".
jTho i'opo -wul wri to to the C.ar.
fjirolesting against tho treatment
of Catholics ni-Iuissia.
At a demonstration in Viennn
by 8000 workmen in 'favor of
universal suffrage, serious colli
sions occurred with the polico and
twenty-six arrests woro .uado.
Prilosec Pasteur is in n fooble
condition c' ,-- .
Great -iirecautions "iiavd , been '
adoptod (r tho protection othe
Palape; of tho Sublimo l'o'rt'e in.,
Constantinople, owing to tho dis--covery.
of a Macodoniatr plot to
blow ilp buildings with dvnaiuifo. '
'Mrs. Langtry has lost a box of'
jottota tnrot.g., ,. forgMi tmler on
tho Union Bank of London.
Many arrests of French spies .
iiu uuuu mauo on tho Ueri
A Fronchman in tho 'City of
Mexico, hoaring n report -that
fiismarok was deiitl, drank toasts
in wnicn no insulted tho GermanV
liooplo afid.tho ox Chancellor.. He
was roughly handled by the Ger- J1
mans. -V &H
Enormous losses byjiloods aro
reported in Sibeiia. T
i.nn0?Vral Dl,ljlesiio saiprisod
1)00 Hov.s in a defilo.J routing
them and killing eighty. ' ,
Indians in Yucatan proposoto
fight Moxcn for the rocoverv ot
Tho wholo provinco of Cho
Iuiing, China, especially the city
oflunWhu, has boon placarded
with anti-foroign nud anti-Christian
Quiot has beon
1 hero is a grcnt rush to riclf
gold bods in tho Wost Indies,
lndicalions aro that thero is
gold bolt from Arenezuela to Bra-" '
SL ': m
V Yollow fover nnd Smallpox aio '
both prevalent ot Potnambuco.
Cholora is incioasiug in Con
stantmojilo, nnd in the vicinity of
Broussa. lifty-sevon milos south
ot there, it is raging violently. '
a m:v i:N'irinitisi:.
Il.o WnlNMeliol. ,,,nllv M , ,..
"IJ Hie Jli'iMilillc lliil,,,u
On Decombor 1st noxt tho Wull
Nichols Conipimy, composed ol
heal capitalists, will open up
business in tho Republic building
"it King stioot with a laigo stock
"f books, stationery d inusica:
mstrunionfs of all kinds. F. E
Nichols, Into of thn ir,.u-,.::....
I News Company, will bo tho niim-
agor of tho now firm. Mr. Nichols
eaves on tho Australia tomorrow
for Chicago and Now York to
purchase tho stock, which mil be
obt.iuid direct roiu tho mmm
faoturois. Tho now funi will of:
for superior lnducomonts to tho
tlonolulu public in the sl.apo of
t-.hribtiuns gooda and staiionorv
ind guarantee to givo satisfaction
both with stock and prices.
noM.it ifito.n lonnusi.s.
Fill fu.c-l,, j.i,,,,, lion, i;iik ,
l'lCKli ol UioTorloUo.
A dispatch fio, j(1p,in by t. 0
Gaolic to San Franci3co says:
Moiothan fifty inhabitants of
Kainczaki-mura, Clutii distr ct,
Aichi profocturo, woro suddenly
allectod by cholera on tho Uut'li
alt. Surprised at thjs w.olesalo
spioad of tho ma'ady, the author
ities trud to find out tho canso. It
tin nod out that.a man of tho town
recently brought two largo tortois
es known as Shogakubo and sold
thoir flesh to tho local people.
Almost ovoryono who partook of
this moat was takon ill and do
volopul symiitoms of tho much
Li:ugtiy is suing for n,
at last, tho nrnnnniliiw...
boing in the Suporior Court of
Laku county, California, wlaro
sho and Froddio Gebhardt own