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Johna Hopklns: Edward W. Morley. of Cleveland. and Frederlck Bedell, of Cornell. %? . ?? The FV'-nrri mnnoeuvrcs at Mtrec >urt have been more Important In a dlplomatle than In a milltary Bense. The body of troops revlewod was large. but the maln feature was the presctu-e of tlu> Rus eisn (leneral Draaomlroff. Hls pralae of the French infintry flatters the natlonal vanlty. but hls attendance ftCth rresMent I'n'Jriat the grand revlew alao" adver'tlses tl e Rusatan SUlanee. Urince I.obanoff had aiso been ordered to take an outlng In France and was nt Mlreeourt, after belng dpeeted la Uarls with the Mlnlster of For eUn Affaiis. Enirllsh crltica suggest that these diplomatic amenities are deslgned to help on the new Iflflue of the Russo-Chinese loan In Paris be? fore ChrtBtman. They do not attempt to dlsgulse thelr uneasineas over the Russlan Buccess In ln duclng the p-rench Oovernment tn support nn antl Japanese policy in the Far East. nor do they fall to recognize that the all'.anee of the two powers may be dlrected In the end against C.reat Brltaln rather than Oermany. Cuban offalrs are followed elosely ln England, where lettera from the Island ar? onnstantly ap paarlag Ifl the prcsa. The sltunlion ls regarded as critlcal for the Bpanlah Oovernment. slnce the nmnarchy cannot survlve the loss of Cuba or even the grant of home gule to the island. Marshal Campos is auppoBTd'to be maklng a tremendous effort to orerrun the country wlth troops and etamp out the rebelllon qulckly. Tha flnanclal dlfflcultles IB Madrld are great and render the ralslngof a ne*- Cuban loan almost Imprgct.cable; yet that ls th* only method of paylng for the enormous expenses of the war. One phase of the Cuban questlon Ib MTW dlscussed publlcly in Kn-rland; that ls the rclatlons of the Island to the Unlted States. the only market where Its chief cropa can be sold. In prlvato this branch of the subject ls not neglected. One of the best-known Colonlal O,.vernors in the Hrltlsh service ls freely quoted as expressing hlfl surprlac that the Unlted States does not adoj-t a polley whlch wlll lead to the anncxatlon of Cuba. l.ondon. in the present state of stagnant polities and duil dlplomucy. disports itself elther In talk lng about trlfles or ylelding to the fascinfttion of horrlble crlines wlth a morbld taste almost Parlslan. The robbery of the Langtry jewels has been one of the trlflos to make talk. The most ourtouA.riwal drawn'.* that of "The Globe." that the aotre? has lost her Jewels brciuso she allowed the world to kno? that Bhe preferred a certaln kind of soap to all othera aud thereby enabled forgefs tO lmpose npon the bank offlclals wlth the facslmlle of her signature. Another larger trifle ls the glmntlo wheel at-Earl's Court. which has been Khown at thedlreetors* meetinK to be paylng handaomely; but what has helped more than any? thlng else to soll BewaoaperflJ has been the Plais tote.malriclde trlal, whlch has been one of ex ?eptlonal horror. Mean whiie, th OUBanof Of Amerlcan virltors are dep?rtlnK' every week for New-York. every steamer being loaded wtth paBsangesB, Miss Frances E. Wlllard ls one of the returnlnR travel lers by the -New-York to-day. Slr J. Qorell Barnes, the Admlralty Court Judge. salls by the same steamer. Mr. William Winter has passed the week in Edlnburgh nnd on the border and wlll devote the n.xt weok tO Iena and the weat east. taklnp a sailboat and vlsiting Staffa ln order to see Flngal's Cave when no tourlsts are present. He lik.- 18 view subllme plaees ln sllence. lle wlll BPSfld a fortnlght ln the Mldlands and l.ondon. and has accepted lnvitatlons from the Duke of Beaufort and other old frlends. >fr and Mra. Henry Normnn have gone to Con Btaotlaople, whero they wlll make a brlef stay and then make a special study of the Balkans, MM looklng after politlcal questlons and the "Olrl of the Carpathiana" taklr.p up the soclal aspects. ?The London Chronlcle" wlll have a serlos of flne letters, and materlal f?r a | -od book wlll be .litalned l.y these accompHshed traveller*. Macniillan wlll publlsh next week thfl flrst part of a translation of Profeaaor Ratzei's "Hlstory of Manklnd," wlth thlrty colorod plates, and many illustrations. This book wlll be completed ln thlrty moathly parta Two aaw roloxnes of the Eversley BSliea wili be Dean Chur.'h's "Boginning of the Middle AgflflV and Matihew Arnold's "Essays ln Criticism,-' flrst sorlos. The same firm wlll Issue Hort'fl "Prolegomeria to Romans and Epheslans," and Helen Bblpton'B "The Herons," which has been running in "Macmillan's Maga Zlne." The Chltral can.palgn is already brlnglng out several .-;*clal coi rospondents as historlans. Cap? taln Yoaaghusbaad-B book has not yet been pub iiBhed, bat Heineniann has iBsued this week an interestin* book by Mr. H. C. Thomson, who ac lOBBpaaled the forces of Slr Robert Low and de icrlbes the oeeurrenc*s of the slege and the march of the two relleving forces. Foolish partlsans of Mr. JCsmond, the author of the aea plaf "Bofey," have done him no service l.y hisslng and hooting at Mr. Clement Scott when he appeared ln a stage boa at the Strand Theatre. This dramatle ctitM had wrltton a sevei o arti-le on "Bogey." and these silly people ?h.wed thelr resentment by affrontmg him and his wlfe in a publie place. It Is not probablu that this display of hlackguard manners wili eonvlnce Mr. Boott or the publie that Mr. EsmonJ has wtltten a good play, although there haa beea a slrong feoling that the swcoplng censures of the piece were unueserved. "Alabama" ls still run? ning nt the Oan Ick, wlth improved buslness. The reporis about Mr. Wlllard'a production of "The Manxman" are premature, but are probably well .'ounded. He is lOadlBg a BOW verslon of the play IB which Phlllp is made Ihe lendlng character, but he says he has not come to a declBlon*in the matter. If ho appenrs ln the plece, it wlll be practically a new play. The Drury Lane was re? opened on Thursday wlth a melodrama entltled "Cheer, Boys. Cheer:" which mlght have been freely tr.inslated: "We Won't Go Home Till Morn? lng," for the play lastod over flve hours. It waa the work of Slr Augustus UarriB, wlth asslstance from Mr. Cecll Ralelgh and Mr. Henry Hamllton. and was at once accepted by a crowded house as a triumph Of scenlc art. A game of polo was played ln one scene. horees with thelr rldera Bcurrylng over tlie stage. Another soene portrayed Rotten Row wlth a cavalcade of rlders. A serles of South Afrlcan plctures was aiso presented wlth 8 stir ring tahleau of the last stand of the English miners and Buldiers ln Matabeleland, when thelr ammunltion waa exhausted and they could do nothlng but slng "Ood Save the Queen" before being massa?red ln a nalistlc way. Only two aur i-lvore were left when the reacuir.g party came up !oo late t.i ?ave the rest of the party. One- llved oarely long nough to marry the herolne of the piece and to glve her hls money and tltle. wlth a strict injunctlon to marry the man sho re.illy rared for. Then the scene ehifted to England. where the viilaln of the play was dlsposed of ln accord with poetlc Justlce, and a grand receptlon, was ht-ld in whlch the v.omen's costuir.es, made Look Sharply To the condltlon of your bodily health at thla tlm*. Jt is now that pecullar perlla assall the eystem. Hot noons are succeeded by chlll y nlghts. There Is fog and dampness. Theso thlnga brlng on colds. fevtrs. pneumonia, bron ehltla and many otber aerlnus evils. A defenco agalnat them ls found ln Hood'a Sarsnparilla becauae it glvea a good appotite. vltalizos the blood and makes you stiong. Hood's Sarsaparilla ls tha Only True Blood Purifler Promlnently in tho publie eye. fl; fl for $S. 3old by all drugglsts Prepared only by C. 1. Hood dr Oo . ijtrwe-M, Masa. _* . at. mll- act harmonloualy wltb XlOOa S PlllS Hood'fl Sargapariiia. 26c. hy Worth. Indicated the faahlona of next seaeon. The best part wsb tak-n by Miss Fanny Hrough. who wa.; well fltted for It. UOB OBlhOUB, B8 the herolne. wab Hardly Heen to advantag". although Bhe mountetl her hors* bravely and mdc off ln flne rrtyle to take the news to tlm gf.rrleoii whlch mlght lead to the reflc,,,. of her lover. The scenl affeeta are ao flne that this melodrama wlll prob? ably fill the T?rury Lane untll Chrlstmas. Slr Augustus Hftrris knows his Loadofl publlc. nnd rarely mnkes a mlstake In oaterlng to the popu? lar taste. The most important dramatlc ocrurrerce of the aeeh waa the roopenlag ot tha Lyceum Thaatra to-nlght wlth Mr. Forbea Robtftson nnl Mrs. I'atrick Campboll ln "Iloitieo and Jullet." The house had been aold out f'.r aeveral daya. and thT-e waa hardly a vacant seat when the cur taln roae. The play was aumptuously BBOUBtad nnd presented In B nv.st nrtistic way. With Ut. Charles Coghlan as Mercutlo and a Btrong compa? ny to aupport the two chlef actora. nothlng was laeklng to insure the cmplote auccess of the even lng's work. Mra Campbell has a host of ad mlrera ln London. and this waa the most am bltloua bld for fame ln her art whlch she had yet made. Her eoatumea had been most care fully arranged, and her study of tho part most laborloua and consclentlous. Rhe was received wlth a great tumult of applause when Bhe flrst appeared, and gave throughout a aplendld ex? hlbltlon of her art Delicacy and Bensit.llity characterlzed Mrs CampbelTs Jullet. Without hflving In a marked degree elth-sr the girlish beauty or the graceful mOfament requlred for the part, she overcam. all phyaical drawbacka by the subtle (harm of a i<" Hned personallty. Bewltchlng ln the ball-ro.un, she was less emotional In the baleony si ene than the OOBtentlona] Jullet; but not cold and passlon leaa, oaly girlish and refinc-d. Ip the chamber scenes she galned steadlly in lntenalty of reflned power and was equal to the full traglc requlre mpnts of the closing acts Hy common consent her actlng waa pronounced her best work yet ?een on the London stage. It was an essentially orlg? lnal Jullet. Forbea RotWItBOB wns most BUOOOM ful throughout as Homeo, and Mr. Coghlan was a Flrong and effeetivr** Mercutlo. The stage settlng was most beautlful and the c.stumea plcture-squc, and the artlstic performance was witnossed by one of the largest and most fashionable audlenccs ever present at nn openlng nirrht of the Lyceum, nnd was received throughout with sympathetlc dellght and every poselble manlfestatlon of ap proval._*, N. F. A FRANCO'RUSSIAN ALLIANOE. THAT ONE HAS BEEN NECOTIATED BE UEVED BY THE LONDON PRE88. ARRAT OF TIIK BOWXBB IN CASE OF A BUBBO-* JATANKSl- WAR-0"BRIENITErf MAV BACK THB GOVERNMENT-l-QCAUZIN*. TRANSATI.AN TIC TASSAOF. RATSB-DO TIIF. ItltlTISlI ROTALTIES SPEAK ENQL18H? Iyondon, Sept. B.?Lord Sallsbury's hollday at the Chateau Ce^A at Dleppe has been taken up by the (Udgeadea of forelgn affalrs. Ordtrmrily a alngle courier daily attends hlm. but now three courier* lncessantly come and go between the chateau and Parla and London, where some of the l.-ndlng p.r manent offlcials have been obllged to curtail thelr leave of ahsence. The chief causes of this act'.vlty are understood to be the further prospect ef <Us turbed relations wlth Franco and Hussia and the Russo-Japanese dlfflculty. The presence of Prlnce Lobanoff-Roetovaky, Russian Miniater of forelgn AfTalrs, at the French manoeuvres. and the Ruaelaa Oeneral nragomiroff's enthislastlc praise of the J-reneh troops and his toast te Rueao-French fra fternlty on the fleld of battle and unlon in combat, have comblncl to produce tiie convictlon In Bngland that an offenslve and defenslve alllnnce has ttnally been concluded between Fran'-e and Russia. The view tbal Oeneral DrageaBlre_rfl utieraneeB were merely designed to cajole the Krench Into BUP plylng Russia wlth mor. money does not app'-ar ten able. His language amounted 10 an offlclal decla ratlon of a flrm alllanc betaeea the two coui and is ao conaldered by the leadlng Loodon papera, **The Dally Telegraph" ho!-!s tbal Bngland no looger'to beettate about jotalng tbe Drelbund. "The Btandard" makea a atmllar menace, enpreae ing the hope that ihe Bword of Bngland wili alwaya be enough to turn the Male. "The Economlat" predicts that the earlbst danger will arlae from tbe Japanese rjuestlon. The paper doea not dOBbt that a sharp preaaure la betap appUed at Toado by yiw* a!a to compel the Japanese to evacuate Corea as wt-11 ae Uae-Tong. '"The Economlat" BTguea that aa Japan must flght eventualty she ougnt aol to blde Ruaflla'8 tlnu*. The struggle now would be a niaritlme one. A vletory would place Vladlvostock at the mercy of the Japanese, and even if the Jap? anese were defeatc-d Russia would be unable to In vkcI.. tba laland emplre. "The Stalist" foreaeee the posslblllty of the I'nl'cl States taklng the sldc of Japan, with England also supportlng her, whlle China. flndlng the Ruoaian a too oeatly ally. would defy both Russia and France. "The Statlst" addei "In the event of a great war, Frince would requlre the financlal aid of Russia. French Investmen'.s In RuaahUI aeenrltleB now amount to ?300,000.000 and may caslly be treble.l. Thus Praace stakes her whole future on the friend shlp of Rusala." ___. C.rald Balfour returned to England last evenlng from a torfr of Ireland, whlch he made ln com pany altb the Hon. Horaoe C. Plunhett, member of "parllament for South Dublln, who was Ibe Oltglnater ef ibe recent Jolnt party eonference pro posal. Mi. Balfoiir haa now held the ofBce of Chlef Becretary for Ireland for three months, an.l durlng that peried has passed more tlme In Ireland than his brother Arthur did durlng his two year.- as Irish Becretary. Chlef Becretary Uulfour goea ba<*k to Dublln, Intendlng to pasa the greater parl oi the recess there. Farnellltea and antl-I'arn.llltes alike expect that the Oovernment policy under his adminlstratlon wlll be of a concillatory nature. In a letter Willlani O'Rrien offt-rs the frlendshlp of his party to Mr. BalfOUT lf the lait'-r, who ls now preparlng a land blll, enlarges the BCOPB of the BObeme relatlve to congested dlstrlcts. lt ls be? lleved that the Oovernment will adopt Mr. O'llrlena suggestlon. _______ Lord Rosebery, inatead of retirlng from the fore front of polltlcK, '.s preparlng te take a most actlve part in polltlcal affalrs. He Is in constant rom municatlon wlth the hcads of Liberal assoelatlons, tnd wlll open the autumn campal?n on Oetober ls at Scarborough. John Morley malntains ai>_oluto Beelualon in a hamlet ln Ross-ahlre. He wlll not anawer polltlcal lettera, and devotee hia tlmeaelely to Uterary work._ Lord Salisbury Is in a ouandary over the queation of Lord Duffenn'a Eucrpasor in the liritiah Km bassy at I'arls. Sir I'hlllp <"uirle wai.ts lo leave Conatantlnople, ai-.d Lord Lanadonrne, I.ord l.r.n donderry and the Marquls of Lorne are also in run ning for the post. The Increase of steerace ntefl to America la co lncldent wlth arranpemenis for aejoaUalng the pas B'ngir business between Rrltlsh and Amerlcan cor. tinental llnes. The reaull of this ia that the Btltlab ; companles hav* wlthdrawn from booking ste-.Tage | from the Contlnent, whlle the COBtlnental llnes have ceased booking the same class of passcn.fers from abroad. The dlscussion In the papers ns to how far tho royal family is English has led ro another ques- j tlon, Do the royoltlcs speak English? Innmg the (jueen's youlh Oerrn-m was h.r family I.u.guac-. bef mother knowing llttle Englisii. UpOB the j Queen's marrlage to the l'rlnce Conaort the i se of Oerman as the language of the royal family in prlvate, personal Intercourae w.is oonflrmed. The .'rln.e of Waies has mai- English the language of hla household. bu! he dona not inaiat upon ita tx cluslve use. In the Ir.iko of Vork'a hou.iehold only English is spoken. Mlaa Frances E. Wlliard. prealdenl of the World's Womtn'i I'hrlatlan Temperanc- l'nlon. proposea to attend the Ualtlmore Women'a Conventlon. then return to London nnd atatt for Indla on November 2^, taklng with her the polyglot petltlon. Acom panled by Lady Somerset, ahe wlll mek.- .1 tour ..f China, Japan and Aualraliu. I.aal evenlng Ml-s \Vliiard made a farewell addrass to the teniperance women ln Spurgeona Tabernacle. Americans ought to be warne<| against buylng spililous poatal carda puiportlng to have be<-n rent by Mr. Oladatone and addresaed to unknown per? aona. On them are wrltten short, formal acto graphl'* notea ln good imltatlon of Mr. O'-wlstona's b.inlwrltlng The cards iye printed from a block and then Inkea In. Among (ho aaloon paasengera on the steamer Auguata Victoria, whlch oallfd from 8uu:hampt..n yeeterday for Kew-Jf^rk, ate Joha Waot-maker, Royal Bakinsl Fbwder AB90LVTELV PURE ihe Hev C J. nartlett, I'mfessor J. M. Plerc.e. John I rey and Haronees de flcccheron hnghuyaon. CAUIHMDIS SON WAKBB THK qi'irinal. j nr. tvii.i, NO lATBQBB sri i-mtT TfJ nnvi'iiNMBNT. as n BtAfl BBBTSjaagB Aflflanaarrf tk I-.iI.ITK AI. I'llIHdNKIt.*". Rom* Sept _L?fdBBBltl Oanbahli. son of the Itallan patftot, (lenerai OtfaHSBBB Carl).*;,II. and a member of the fhambar of I-enutle*. bna announccd i thal he wlll no longer support the Oovernment In l tin Cbaaaber, taasmaeh aa ll ha* refuned togrant l amneaty to polltlcal prlson.-rs on the oceai-nn of the celeorattOBfl comm, moratlve of the BBBBpllllBB of Ital.an unity. _ If M.iiottl (.nribaldl has really made the above | declaratlon, he has played in earnest the part of ; the man who poured Into the ears of the anelent j Itotnan victora ln thelr trlumphal processions the ? wainlng, "lUmeaibar >ou are only a man." The I son of the gloiious hero of Marsala has warned j the Itattaa King that. despite all tho offlclal ac ? clamatlOBfl aad horraba, it wna not he nor hls ' father, but the Itallan Llberals, who forced open 1 the I'orta Pla and freed the penlnsula and the i Bternal Cttf from the Papal yokc. (-.irll.aldi's son : reinlrnls Victor r'mmaniiel's son that Itallans have not ovcrthrown the Vatlcan tyranny to fall under that of the wulrinal. and have thelr Liberal and Republlcaa leaders k-vr dylag la the mBrderous jaila of Volterra. as thelr predeceaaora la th? Bgbt ror lullan freedom wera kf-K dylna n the Pon tlflcal jalla of Baa tngelo Caetle. Menottl Qarl* baldl, in accord arlth >.n Itallan patriots, wi.nt- the '? eelting at bl? ny of (luffriila la Fellce, Boaco an I Barbato, abo wara senteBced to a long t.-rm of Imprlaonment becauae they are Boelallsta, and ac? euaed of havlng Indted the agrarlan troublea ln .- clly or the labor .leinonstratlons Bf lha carrlers lat Mas-.i I'.mara. These aere already Deputlea l an.l they hav? Blnce been elected on two oi three different ballnts, thoiiKh thelr sent.-nce ma.le th.-tn ' Ineliglble, although each electlon has been de . l.tr. 1 null bv the ('nvcrnment of CrlSpt, a former Garlbaldlan who hai become a Monarchlet Menottl Qartba'dl is a Republlcaa at heart, but ', far from aharlng Bocla'tatlc or revolutlonary Ideai , He waa eccuaed recently of acting too mu-h like ati Opportunlflt. supportlng the Qovernment de facto, and even of havlng Improved hla frlend ly relatlona wltb the ("ilrlna'. ln twrrowlng money from the Roman and Popola banka, about whlch aome Bcandali have been ralaed recently. Bul Menottl . li has lual ahown by bla antl-Oovernmental declaratlon th.-it he ha.l no fear of being impllc.ite l ln any ol tbe flnanclal busincases above mentloned, and that he rnere'y demaniled from the Cxaapl Caw net .in act of Juatlce toward the repreaentatlrei of the people arongfully kepl in prlaon, arhere they are alowlj dving. The politlcal move of Qarlbaldi'a aon wlll exerclae a greal lnflinr.ee upon the ciumber of Monte iMrlo, tba oppoaltloa rai k? wlll be iwpllen and CrUpl wili have to yiebl and le'lver up the im prlnoned Deputlea, nr run the rlsk cf belng hlmself |? , , from hui offlclal palace of La Consulta. NO BflEOOTUTIONfl WITH HUMBERT. ARatBIBHOP BATOU.1 BATB THKBB CAB Bl NO UNION I'.KTU I'.KN TIIK VATI'AN AN'I> THK Ql-IKINAl,. WaahingtoB, Bept fL?Arehbbibop s.itoi'.i, Apos tollc Delegata to the Ualtad Stat.-s, ln apeaking of a recent dlspateh froai London, la refereace to re ? | 1 n.-Kotiations between tba Vatlcan and the guirin.il. sald ta-dajri ?There bave been Be negotiations betweea Popa I. XIII aad Klng H.itno. ii, aad there wlll be none. Tbere has beea som* dlscusalon !n certaln polltlcal drclea n? to Baktng the itaBaa c.overn Bteal io eeds a certaln part of robm to Popa Lee aad i.i* Bucceaaora, t.i ba kaowa as tbe LaoalBe Clty. Thfl peapoeed Bectloa laensdea tbe gr.;,t Vati can nni IM rmigniMcent garlenn. the Oastlfl of .-'.in \. . . , aad th* church of BL ivt. r. Tha plan em* braced alao an outlel to the aea. an.l som- tea rural dlairlcts. Hui this pUa baa aot reached aay ileilnlt- concluaioo." , ? , . Monalgnor Batolll spoke aiso of the attltude of tbe greai European Powera. and aald: "Between the Vatlcan and th.- yiir.nal there can be no unlon. The dlfferencea are radical aad, tner* rmonntable. The cable dlapatch ls fatafl in erery word thal Impiw-s the contrary. Monalgnor Batolll arlll addreaa ihe guests al thfl openlng aervlcea at McMahon Hall, In Uu I Catho'lc unlveralty, and wlll alao be preaent at th* Eucharlstlc Congreaa to be held on october l. Tn ATTAfJK THB RIBOT MINISTRT. BADICALB un.r. trafl THB BtADAOABCAR CAM l'AI'iN POR A VVKAI'ON. Paris, Bept 21- "T),e GtaatoM** ssserts that It i? the Intentlon of tlie Radlcala to make an attack on the MlnB.tr* when the sesslons af the (*hamb*r of Deputlea ani reeuraed, wltb b trtaw ot como the formatlon of a new Cablnei under M. Bour gt ,1* or M Peytral, Tbe Ra licala arlll make uae of the eampalgn In Madagaacai aa ? aeapon wlth a-hich to aflaall ihe Mlnlatry of Premler Hlbot. It ?;-? learned thal Ihe Cablnet Councll whlch was beld at Ihe Palace of tbe Elyeee on Thuraday ad? journed untll Tueaday, ln order to awall thi aub miBslon of the reporta of the Vfar Offlce on the enormoua alckneaa and mortallty -imong the Prench tmops in Madagaacar. It Is aJlegi 1 tbat the _fla latera dread tbe dlBcloaure of tlie wbole truth. PBR?K>NAL N'nTKS FRu.U LONDON. WHAT BOMB Of THK AMEKICANH THKIlK AftB DOOia AXD BATUtO. London, Bapt tt^-Ba-PoatBraatar-Oeaeral Thomas L Jamea wlth K. A. yulntur.l, the New-York banker, gave u dinner on Tbaraday evenlng M memberi "t t he Uverpool Chamber af Commerce, Btamford Parrjr, a promlBeBl nercbaat, reapoadlag to ihe toast, "The Commerce of the Bagllsb Bpeaklng Kace," advocated the formatlon of an aaaocUtkn, in Eagbwd whoae objeet should be to glve a sultable welcome to dlfltingulshed Am-ri.-in Vlflltora The augg'stlon was recelved wlth en thu.-iasm. _ sir Joatab Raea, Cblef Justice of BercaBda, saiie.i froai BoutbBBiptOa to-lay on the steamer N-w York. lle expects to return to Kngland next year. He propoaea to flUy In New-Tork a week bef.,re gOlBg 10 l'.ermu.la. Henrv tt. I'illMbury, of Brooklyn, who won the chess chanipionshlp of th>- world Ht tho Hastlns-i T irnament, ls arranglng ? cbesa match between tbe Hrltlsh and Hrooklyn clubs. Mr.- HofraMB, Of B^aasaa, hu returned from the GiindewaM conference She ?ails for boBM on C.s tober L. She bafl finisln-'l a BUCCeSSful tnnpt-rance lecturing U>ur ln tbe MkHaada Mr* Lnura (irmlflton Chant and Antolnettfl Bter llna: (Mrs. .lohn McKlplay). tho well-known c.m trjito. wili go to th.. Cnlted BUtea in No*rember. ?teretary R BBarreR, of the irnited BMtea Km baaey, who biu beea in bad health all aummer, and wm.. Bla. ?? the return of Becond BecreMry wella fr un ? visit hom-, ha* been shootlng over Lord (lalway-B preserves at Balbjr, llawtry. bafl resunud hl* dutlea at the Bmbaasg. Ha wlll be ln charge ,,f th. Bmbaasy in october, when Ambaeaador Hayard expeete to have a long hollday In Bcotland, Th? Ambaasadoi baa beea abseat from hu poat only 8 single w.ek ln the last year. Tin: BDAM PROBABLT A TOTAL LOBB. london. Sept. II. Tne crew of the flur.k.n Xether iBBda-ABBerieaa I.ine steamshlp Kdani, wlth the txcepthw of CaptalB P.runnma and the llv- mem? bers of the crew who formed the watch on ,1-ek Ht th.- tini" of tha rolllaloa, arrlved ln Loadon to day and atarted bi - Mo'eloob this Bvaalag fot n,.i l.uid. Tba cblef mat..- aaM this afternoon The Bdam llea la tblrty-eta fathom* af a iter. sa that tbere la very llttle obaaca ot unythmg bunt tt overed from her. I was aol on decb 81 tbe Ufli of tbe colllali n, and am therefore unibie to tay anythlng as ta tbe eaWM nf Ihe nilshap. Captaln llrunsma wlll come to London on .'.tin day aml piOCBBd M Holland, returning In tlBSfl ln BPgaar before the Hoard of Trade Inqulry Into the oireumatancea of the ooUbnoa, which Blll ba k*U in London. The date nf the beglnning of the Ir qulty na*i not been flxed. Kix MOR! BOOISI RBCOVSRffD. Hav it, i. BJapi fl. ?lB more bo.llps *-ere recovrred to-day from the wt*ck of the crulser Baniiier. BarcatateguL one of litem thai ef th* paraar of the ahlp. Another shark was caugbt near th* ?? v,k to-day, whoae atomach eonlaln-.l fragments of huii.iii bodlea mVBA\ l-ANfiTHY'S MI8HINU TnVtfBLB Ixindon, Bepl 21.?The my*tery of tbe dlsapiear ance af Mr*.. l^ngtry'fl JeweU haa not yet been cleared up. Blr (L.t*-' l,,\vls, the noted flollltor. who has charge of -Mrs Langtry'fl caae, affirnfl the truth of the story, aithough Mr?. UUagtlf n un (*rtaln as to the exact value of the mlssliig l-wils. lirst piaclng lt at ?7",,(>"J and then al f40.r*?j The man who |,rea*nted Bt the bank the onler -aliliig for th*? dellvcry of the Jewela gave the nuii' ,,f (J.-org.- W'att.i H* Ifl not known The for?ery of Mrs l.nngiry'n Blgnature la nn aheolute facfllmlle. Th* paper is the same s? that uaed by Mra. Ijngtry. Ti.-.- tnief fully descrtbad tba b-x u, wbeb tne Jenelfl were kept. VON EULENBURiTS AMBITION. Ur.MOR IN HEHLIN THAT A MINISTEIUAL CRISI8 IH aT HAND. A COUHTBB iumi.r TAXOBB tiie PB9BBMT riiANri-.i.i.'.u ft CUMRB kntente <*<>ri>i AI.E wiTlf BOXMsABO BhPBLVBB TRB HAIION TON hammerstein re PLUR TO Hin CRITICR nerlln. fiept. R, -Prlnce von Hohenlohe, wba Jolnel the Emper.r on Ihe Imper.al traln at Pant gic on Beptember i?. in obedlenea to th.- Kaiser-s ? ummona to reporl to hlm 'he results of the Prlnce's mlaalon to Bt. P'teraburg. had a eonference wlth Blg Majeoty eoWltag three <Ia>s, each day's au? dlence being probnged for aeveral boura. After the. c.n.'.-rence the Ciancel'.or proceeded to his estate la Aaaaee, AratrU, the Emperor atarting at the same tlme for Romintm. Prlor to takln- blB d-parture from Reriin :he Emperor ordered Phlllp v<m Eulen burc the Oenma Aaihaaaader to Auatrla, to ae cr.mpany hlm. vs I "ount von Eulenbi rg Is reganled aa an enemy o l'rlnce von Hohenlohe and com monly deslgnat 1 a-j h.s successor to the Chan cel'.erle, nea luvtus ls glven to the prevalllng re? porta that a VJnlsterlal crlsls Is Immlnent. It Is commonly rumced that at the eonference between the Emperor aid the Chancellor the Ka'ser per slsted In hla denand (hat Ihe Antl-Revolut!on blll be re'ntroduced n the Relchatag. dt-spite the Chan cilor'a deprecalon of such a courae, whereupo-n Prlncn von Hohmlohe plalniy refused to pursue the policy auggeste. by the Emperor, and Intlmated that he woul I ntslgn. There is no atamp of authen tlcity upon thop reports, but they certalnly beax marks of verlaBBlBWde. On the other hand. to liay's Issue of *rhe Munlch Neueate Nachrichten,"' ivhlch is presnned to be an authorlty Upon such mattfrs. ass. r'? that such a crlsls as above de acrlbed dld exlst but lhat the Chancellor aucceeded in convinclng tl? Emperor that the ena.tment of any exccptlonal aws was altogether needle.s. The paper aleo declaes (hat l'rlnce von Hohenlohe pro? poaed th.it rathc than attempt to pasa any such lawa It would i.i better to Introduce the liavarian Vereingrserz a liv appljing dlrectly to secret and other BOdetlea ad organizatlons -Into Prussia. Ac cordlng to "Th.-N'tueste Nachrichten," the Kalser acceded to this, aid subsequently told his entoiirage that so long as Rlace von Hohenlohe should dedl cate hlmself to hs country His Majeaty would not aever hlmself fron him. So far as the Antl-Rcvo lutlon blll la concrned, this la very llkely true, but in d.plomatic clrlea lt la known that the lnter view bctw.cn tb Emperor and the Chancellor really concrni'l i.relgn matters, su.h as the rela tlons betweea -leiaa and I'russla, the new Russo Chlncso loan an 1 EnglanTs supposed host.le atil tttde towar.I Ruaak Juat b fore leavlng on Thurs? day the Emperor took luncheon wlth Count von Hatafeldt-Wiid.nUrg, -ihe German Ambassador to Or.-at liritain. All that can be atlona'.ly said about the polltlcil situation la that amuch elooer entente oerdlala be? tween Oermany md England upon all qeeatlona, ln lu Ung thoae qncernlng the interc-ts. of both countrle. ln Anicj i~ expected. In tho pr. p.ir.tU ?s for Ihe op-mlng of 'he coming acaelon of tbe lelchatag Count Posadowaky W'.-hner, Imperlal .Ilnlster of the Treasury. ls r. shaplng vaiioua eonomtc bllla In th.- courae of :hi> aork (he dlnlater has becr. SOUndlng ::-" Federal Governmei aa :o thelr vieaa ln regard to a Bcbeme of taxatln Involvlna the co-operatlon of th.- Bouthern Btata. co;:nt Poeadowaky '..?? tba v..ri..iis polltlcal taders or tnea.> Btatea and r-. celved from themkajurancea of general aupport ../ Ins plana for a nW tobacco blll, the maln feature of arhlch is an Ineeaae >>: tbe duty upm importe.l tobacco an.l clgar, whi;.- there shall be ao manu fa. luring tax upor. lu ap cigars of hom>' mak'*. Raron von H.inm-r.ititn, the depoaed and allege abscon.llng . dliorin-chief of the ? i-_reu? Zeltung, hns repUpd to thaehargea of forgery aad emboaBle ment made agalti: hlm, declarlng that he holds n celpta la full fa all the dUburaemeata m.i.i- by hlm and aaaertlnl that examlnatlon of hla a.counta arlll prove th it t?* accuaatlona agalnat nlm are im poaaible. He firih.-r deniea thal the lettera pub? ll t,-.1 m ihe 'Vfwkrta" In reaard to hlmaelf ..: i Dr Btbcker, thi .'....rt Cha plain, are authentlc. He aaya bc ni i.i. ommunlcated anythlng whatever lo tbe "Voraltn Th>- tlm* for w sale i.y nu.-tlon of the effecta of Raron ron HenbierBteln ln Berlln haa been 0*ed f..r Monday. 'I >? aale arlll i ik<- plae- under the bond of Ibe Bnk of Brunawlcb and Hanover. arhlch clalma MpGO marka. Tiu* aale ib eapested le .\.i-i.Uyhi.s amouit. _ Tiie pregramae of the VoBvpartd for its .-oming congreaa, a hl< i alll be h.-i-l la Munlch, has been Tiu- pin.ipii feature of the programme ls the dedaraion thal the baalc prlnciplea ef the party are pquellty and llberty. Herr Fre.lrl.-h. a well-known lawyer of I.eipsic, and Herr I .runhar.lt, hla manager, have heen r.r reeted ir uat elty upon cbargea of blaobraall. Amon: tke Americans st.iylng here ara Prof-ssor Broam, IT. s. \,; tiu- Rev. 0. Nteata, of Conneetl cut; M?ses iliatik and I.i-wls Slrau-s, of N>w.irk, N. ,i.; .. B Paion, l H. BTalaay and Mr. and Mrs. MUhs Randige, of New-Tork, and Mrs. and aflaa-i i Ames, .f Rm l-'ran.is.-o. FiiR BBCTARIAN EDUCATTON. RR, BXLFOX B IRDICATBB AM IMPORTAMT FEAT HE OF THB OOVBBMUBMTB I-E'lis LATIVM PMOORAMMB. Lonlon. Sepi. IL?There ls no longer any uncer lalaty regarding one ail-lmportant point of the Gov ernni.nt's ecbuatlve programme. In enterlng offlce free from poaltive pledges the Conservatlves had an Blvaataae over the Ltberals. who were pledged to BUttCrODI fa.l?. beeldea legltlmate reforms. The BUSptlOH lhat the strong Ceoeervattve majority aoul eaferce reactlonlat measures was only a aus picim. Now it Is condrmed by correspond.mc* whi ib haspassed betaeen Ix>rd Cranbourne, the eldesr s.in andaeeretary of rhe Prime Mini-ter, and his coualn, A. '. Balfoar, ilial Lord of the Treasury. This cor rcsiond.>n'*e clearly indl.ates the dedslon of tho Goiernment In f.ivor of measures looklng to ttcta riai educatlon. Mr. Ralfour, referrlng to what are cal|.d voluntary?otherwise denomlnatlonal-schools, wrlfa: I ?m BXtremely BlUtlOUa that something effectual sh?U be done to relleve the Intoierable straln to wl.i -h theae s>*hools are subjecied. This is (he gen? eral wish of ibe party and of th.* Oovernment, (i.ten.-ii.iy the correepondenee with Lord Cran hourne bro.ight Incldentelly to the notlce of Mr. Ral ,'our the reeolutlon of the Churcb Parllamentary ;.arty to Introduce a motlon afflrmlng that m.my parentfl are ln favor ot /<eotnr!an educatlonal meaa h.j R iHjr the (lovernment's policy follOWB tbi Inei arhlch are expected to reeult froni ihe Con ? ?? itlve trlumph. A taclt arrangem-*nt haM been nal- wlrh rhe English Catholicfl who support'd the naervative candldatea in the r.ut electlona, an-1 i,l<, has l.n ( llloaed by the establlshment of an ntento wlrh rhe irish Catbollc blahopa. Cnder tbe atter understandlng. the Uovemm'-iK exii<*cts to iave the votea of seventy antl-Parnellltcs f.ir thelr ropoaala In regard to sectarian educatlon. This ,-ould naturally be followed by a complete rupture <t the alllanc between the Llberals and the Irish latlonallate. The rage of the Llberals over the Tospectlve capture of the nutlonal funds for secta lan purpoeea may be cxtrenie. but It ls impotent. *)i.- Llberal preas has n .t bad tlme a-s yet to com .lent OB the matter. "Th..* Hpeaker,"" howev.-r. to-day .emandl a reapoi.ee fr.ni men rlalrnlng 10 represent he party. an i adda thal the crlala is aerlona, but hat lt doea nol fear the ultlmate results. ? ea ? OOMPBRfl ANP M.'.CIRE RBTURNIMO. Loadoa, Bept IL Bamuel Qoaapera, aa-preeldent of the Amertcaa rederatloo of Labor, aa I P. J. McOttlie, vi.*e-preslder;t of that organlxatlon,"salIed fOT America on board the steamer New-York from Pouthampton (..-day. Slnce the adlournmcnt of the Trndes-I'iiton Congresa held ar Cardlff. Mr Uompers haa Vlsltel MaiKh-slcr. I.lverpool, Dublln, Paris, Coloanc Hi.-n.i. Antwerp, Hamburg and Amster ,1am BBd M. U -Oulra has apenl bls tlm.- chlefly ln Ir"land. Both expreaaed tnemaelvee aa dellgbted wiih thelr mlaalon abroad. THE MCTINEER.-V OfTBR Rlll IK "TKI.. Rombay. Hept. .1. The lattst advicei from (loa. on the weat coast of lfidi.t. Ih.* BCBOe tt Ihe recent mutlny of Fortuguese Indlan (roops. state that no offl.en took part in the revoit. The (lovernor Oi-neral of the Ona (errilory haa arrlved a( Ihe i ity ,,f Ooa and lha princlp,., atreeta are guar.l.d with < mtion The mutlneera, who occupy the Marua fortr--ss, hav.- appealed to the Oovernor. offering to return thelr arms an.l ammunltlon as the prt.*e of Imnunlty from punlahmeaL but th* offer has been rejected. ANOTHER MIBHAF TO THE MAJEHTIC Luidon. Sept B.?The new battleahlp Majeatlc Itarted fron PortaBBBUtb yesterday for a trip In? tended to teet her englnes, but was obllged io r. tum hei aendeaaera havlng grnag aieak This m POLAND ?aThe Baa aal VFatOf ln a\\% WmttlBJ* Park St Tdlord, Acker, Merrall tt Condit, Hir.ui. Kuker & Sons, Prop. 3 P.rk Pla.e, N. V. _>ciid lor cirvuUr. ?J&.1 h h mai:y xM ui i%? -, R. I MACY & CB ___ EVERYTHING?Except High Prices. 38th Annual Fall Opening. 5EA50N'5 NOVELTIES! TMPOHTBD A-l> VOMBBTIC FAHItlCS. r.VKJIi: AXD COST. nVileaea ***** a SA VI xo TO TBS siioppkk mken IH "ffC" """" AT "MACY'S PRICES." Thle le not mtrtly an Exhlbltion Opctiltif/, hut tt GENV1N* OVPOItTUNITY TO STYLE LOVEItS AND MONEY SAVEHS. FASIIION AND ECONOMY NEYEIt HAD SKII A WED. I) IN O. _ 14.97 The centre of attraction Just now is the HILLINERY DEPT. lt would please ua exactly if every reader of Ihis notice would accept this as a per? sonal invitation to our Millinery Parlors. Every hijjh-class novelty obtainable in the art centres of Europe, marvels of I taste and beauty, chic Bonnets, styllsh Walkinjc Hats, Round Hats, Hats of all ; shapes, but one common quallty?up-to dateness?jfreet you everywhere. The masterpieces of MlOBB renowned Leaders ofFasnaM, V rot. joase, Julu, Paul Virot and Bertha Carlicr, all at Our own reproductions 7.49 Bbi upw-vd. UNTRinHED HATS. Our assortment of L'ntrimmed Hats comprises all the leading foreifcn and domestic novelties, Chenille and Velvel, Plain Chenille, Plain Velvet, French and English Eelt. SILKS. We have jnst complctcd negotiations with a prominent manufactnrer for his stock of highclass Novelty Silks* eonsisting of all the latest designs, colorings and combina- ? tient. also black grounds with rich colored effects, suitablt for street, cvening or re~ ccption drcsscs. These elegant goods have recently becif sold at U3 higher than onr present prices, which range from 60c. to i 1J98. t hriwg to the enornwus advance in the cost of labor and ra:c silk, it will pay to take advantagc of this special otferit.g, as onr OHOtatiOHS are much lower than pres? ent cost of prodttction. H0U5EFURNISHINQ5. (HnMomeul.) Gray stccl enameloi tvaft, equal to first quality Agatc or Granite uare. l.ipped Sa Kepans,"- ojuart Ricc Roilcrs. I qu.trt Coflee Biggtns, 9 ojuart . Tea Kettles, .? q urt Tea and Collec i'ots, 2 quarts I"hsh f'ans, 14 iBJflrtfl the seOOfld fu.lle trlal trlp the new shlp has started on the flrst one. on Beptember I, havtng been ? ought ... a rudden atop by the shlp running agruund on the san.ls ufi Bptthead, wh.-re ahe re nialne.l last for several hourfl untll high WBter floated her. _ THE INTERNATIONAL FIRE conokess. I aodOB, Bept 8. Tbe Internatlonal Flre Congress to ba hei 1 ln AmaterdajB on .Septeml.er 27 and H Is attroctlng considerable attentlon ln England ani on the Contlnent Th* Congress is expected to lead to n.a.'.v ralaabta praetleal resalM in the improvemenl Of appUBBCea and organliatlon. One of the l.ondon papers commentlng on the comlng meetlng. says: Tba subject of internatlonal BJBflBtaaOB. IBjBA rai ?f gre.it obstlnate tlres desen-es conaMtratlon. ?arls wili not easlly forget Ix.ndon'fl offer ona rnemo -able occaslon to send over a foree of tlremen ali.l e-glnes to the rescue. Hut the mo?t lnterestlng ?ontrltutlon to the Congresfl aba^JTUuMIBBBt bj the UnKed .State*. whlch eaaby hokls the palm for flre service._ MI8MWXAEIE8 SAIL FOR TURKEY. THK ST :AMFI" B-JBJ4BBgIA CAIUUES THR PABTT? AUBXANDBB M'I'ONALl', OT (IHASOOW. TO BBPORT (>N AMBBICArl I'iu*-<?NS-AN I'N PAVOIUBLB flUBfOBf OM AMKKI CAfJ ri<i*"'N** The si.amer Furncssla. of the Anchor Llne. left h. r pler Bl Twenty-fourth-st. at noon yeaterday bourd for OlaagOW. Among her passengers were a party Of mlssi.ma.rles conneeted with the Amerlcan Hoard l-OUDd for India and Eastern Turkey, and BMBaader McUonald. of Glaegow. who has spent some tme ln this country lnnpectlng Amerlcan prisons BBd prlson dlselpllne. I'romlnent among the missionarles ia Dr. H. W. Hubbarl wbo, with hls wlfe and three chlldren. goea to hla fleid of labor In Turkey, where he wlll bc about two weekB* Journey from the scenes of the raceat Armenlan massacres. Mrs. Hubbard flrst went to Turkey as a mlssionary when a young brlde. She l-aves flve of her chlldren In this coun? try to hi educaled. (>ne of the outgolng party had been forbl lden by the Turklsh Oovernment to rer turn to Bbl tleld of labor because he is reported to have furnUhed to some of the Amerlcan newspapers materlal for many of the recent publlcatlona un favorabie to 'hat Oovernment. Desplto the ap? parent feariessnesfl wlth whlch theee s.-rvants of the Amertc.n Hoard return to their work. many of them earry wlth them in plaln sight the marka of Turklsh eruclty and ofnclal tyranny. Mrs. M. B. Hlssell, who flrst went to India ln 1851, returna M har poBt. where two of her daughters, one of them a physlclan. are engaged In the mlsslonary work. One great 8BB88 whlch Impedes the work of the mlBBlonarleB in India ia the strong caate feellng which prevaiai there agalnst those of tho natlves ?nho become Chrlstlans. Mr If. I'.>:ia.l 1. durlng hla recent tour of Amer? lcan prisons, has endeavored to solve the problem as M ii'*" ahat ki"'1 of a prreon and what kind of prlson dlscipllae 818 bafl sult.'d M ihe varlous erlmea knowa to the penal code. When Mr. Mc? Donald r. iches home he wlll report to a board of Hoyal C .BUBBBBOners what he has seen ln this eountry. I ;?! wlll suggvst ?uch changes na to hlm seem advlsable ln thfl .nanageme.it of tbe prUonfl in tbe Nortl. Sea domlnlons of the Queen. tfter a thorough esamlaatlon of tbe reforma torles houaea ol di tenttoa, jaiu, nenlMntJartea aad State prlions on thlf Blde of the water. Mr. Mc DonalO la of tha oplnlon that the system as em ployed in th.- I'nlted Btatea ls far too lux. lle x.iys he does BOt approve punlahlng B man "by giving him a plcnlc." He beUevea tbat prlaonera ln thi* country bava Me many Ubertlea, and whlle he does not Bdvocate aetual ptaysteal abuae or lnjury, he moal .mphatlcally belleven ln lettlng the prlfloner know ihat he Is belng punlflhed. Mr MclKinald wlll report to the Hoyal Commts Blonara that they hnve llttle ato emul&ta ln the priuon syfltem ot the I'nlted State?. ? -a i' a xf~ "foktky or jror/o.v." Krom Tho 1.. A. W Hulletln. The wheel la hririgmg back the plcturenque cor tume of th- ?ld Knlckerbncker days, and all th* ?race of poetlc motlon. The hlghwayB and ahade.1 bv-waya ... agaln bngbMned by the preaence of brave kalghta snd ladlea falr, an.l the wayslde Iniifl once more reaoond :<' tbe laugrtt.r of hnppy volces. The wheel Is a-* dalnty and fleet aa the wlng of a bl-l and as graeefcl aa the ger.tle dlp of n wave rocked Mll Aslde irom Ha great usefuiiieia the whe, I ahoiill Ilve because of lt? grace snd beauty. "Nol llghtcr .!oes the swalb w *klm Acrons the smooth lake's level brlm," than doea tha wheel glhie ovai Ita choaen course. The comlng of anythlng new that may serva bb b theme for poetry. palntlng and mualc atiould ?>e wekomed by tbe world. for the poet le of more Your attentlon is called to the enlarge* ment of OUR tLOAK DEPARTHENT to double its former capacity, a move ment made necessary by its great and growing popularlty. Patrons arecordiaU j ly invlted to Inspect our Ladies' Cloaks and Capes, Importcd and Domestic, and Chlldren's Reefers, Jackets and Oretchens. i The former Cloak Room on the second j floor, main buildlng, will be devoted ex I clusively to Ladies' Ciarments; tha ' Ladies', Misses' and Children's Suits j will be found in room adjoining the Trlmmed Mlllinery; the Furs, Misse-V and Children's Cloaks will hercafter be displayed inthe adjoining room, formerly occupied as the restaurant. DECORATED CHINA. (Maln flnr, 1.1th rlrrri er.tmr.c. ) The accumulation of odds and end-. m DecoriteJ China of our entire pottery intcrcst* are disposeJ of on this floor, and the prices continue to be a <u*pnse to bargiin imitators and source of p-ot'it to buvcv This Week?20 packages Decorated Plates (all sizes , Soup Tureens, 5afad Bowls, Cups and 5aucers,Cream Pitchers, at less than price of ordinary white ware. DINNER SETS. ttaaoont floor. m_in butMIni) Combined with one of the largest ex hibits of High-Grade Decorated Dinner Sets we make a special display this week of 2.")0 Sets Re.il Transparent China, twenty styles of decorations, full complete services, 17.41, 19.97, 23.4? childrem] 'TEETHINrT Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup haa been ased for over FIFTY YEARS by MII. LIONS of 1IOTHER.S FOP. THKIR CHILOBBN WHILE TEETHINO wlth perfect Sl'CCESS. II 8O0THES THE CHILD. SOFTENS THE GU-I8L ALLAYS ALL PAIN. CURSB WIND COLIC. BM Ia the BEST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA. Sold by drugirlats in every part of the world. Twenty-five Cents a Bottle. REED & BARTON, ailTcra-Bltha. ?_v?rr thlng fxair-abl* ta Sllvtnrar* at n.-uotnibi* Pr.cet Ot Inloi Sqamre. .1. T II -_AI->KN LANE. N. T. ELOQUENCE er .JOHN H. \VO"I'H Nothlng -.peak-i I xt '.* (han a ple\.?.M <?'.-" m Hiriivs ln.i ra ''" mend thelr friends to hlm f..r cure ..f Feclal Wem l-hes at 127 W. iiiX-at.. N. V. ? worth to manktnd than ls the aarrlor. one hruial.r corujuers by the force of flr.- and iwoi 1. the other by the soft and subf.e atrength ' - cpm" pels whlie tho other convln. - . , And so. whlle the utllltariin will ua* the **n.* I becauae of lt* practical worth tha Ireamer a'lll '>'?? lt because lt br'.ngs back a breath ??' beaut) rrora the happy flelds of lieamy y.Ml r I iy* thal h'.-J l.H ??Lady' of the Mere Sole-alttlng by the shor.** ol ?! romama. THE ST. LOVIS DISABLED. LOOsknino or THB PACKIN'". IN Hl". CJtAXtM CAXJBBW I'KLAY ritOMINKNT MDOPLJ AU'?ARI> The Amerlcan I.lne steamshtp St. l.out**, aWefc pa?sed by the Cunirder Ge-Bpaaia In nu l-Jcean, arrlved lu port early y.-sier l.iy i l-i -;?" t connequent upon damages to her aueblner] ? time was slx days, Baeeateea boura aad '*,'nt flve mlnutes, whlch Is not extremey ixr fmnn 1"?l be.?t previoua westward reeord Th.* Jaily ruitf were 196, 261, r.Ol, Mt. 4.1, 494. MU. MU. The cause of the St. Louls's .May was the 1 Ing of the paefetBg ln the eyllnder*. At 9 a. Wednesday the packlnK ln the heu I of the -.tarboarl hlgh-pressur. cyllnde.r blew out, and lha *" ?,rl> _J engine was stopped. while the steamer went ***** iinl.T her port englnes The ?.tr^tn an I hc.it m*M aaglaa nuiiii delajod the aoeaeeery repe Blng, Pj at 7 p. m. of the s.ime day the atMrfceard e.ijinel w.-re atarted agaln. Oa Thursday the reveri'.ml gear, or aome mlnor gear conncted w:i.*i (he **l?1** board ptupeller not out of order. and lha -.urboart anjlaea were acab itopped . Jamea A. w rlght. the Hce-preeideBt of ??? **? Ican Llne. eald the dMll|t fU trlll jt.**"/^ RO aal ?an, red, ?<*! Bf* 04 u_| 100MO? m. et be apeedUv rapaired He ?aid the trou^a wae mm n..el (.. the ?team I'lpeH. of whlch thf I'*1 *?"* "" become looae, aad tba aecapU-q ataaa* aaaaa ?? ~ J (he .nin*.* el ihe ?larboai I ? -'???'_...*' .-ai i th.- englnears hud trouble wlth the p?cklr.| th.* w.iy fron Southampton. r-aaaMl A story wa. told I.y a na*-*set'*er that he ? \ was cauaed by the utraln on th*.new "'J9" !'?>,, whlle all effort* W?re belng made tolP^ML_u3 Campanla overhaullnK the Bt. LoulB. This l? B? by Capialn Handle and the other eace**** , t_4 Among (he pa?.-i'ngt-r_ on ihe ?5t. 1/ouia aers v^ foiiowing: _as __?T. |_Sj'?? -e ua H. H. Hnn." f". JJ"" J"*. Th..m?? ivwiit ca-rler. bO tn4 Mn Mr an.l Mm. A. I. Ca?satt. Payne. w.it*r s Camp, Igaa -^ ' 'h1*,(n Charlea J. rhapman. M" BBB M ? "? Mr .in.l Mr.. Auguatln Mr aBA Ute j,..s -Shearnian pr. i* Dmihai. JU(1?? **. a Lloyl tJrl?i-'.m. rl. *J-.r->no ? II. I R***** ., n ?BB <a Kwlng. Bcecham's pillt for consti pation io* and !$?. Get the book at your druggist's and go by it. inui_wja?aa?a?nae ?