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Afay "Die n Triton. When Mnrk BhlntHirne. who got over a million dollars by robbing the Orson llnilk ot New York city. Ik dis charged (ram Uttiinewora Prison tin Oelobor 10 next he will nml Itebert I'liikcrton. the tloUcitVW. walling at (he prison Rate- He wjfl ho taken to prison In Concord, N. !(., to serve n term of 19 ysnrs. Rhlnbiirne I how 07 years old, ami he will die itoulitleMi In Jail; II la warm ly txHMlliln that ho will live tn lie SR. Mat!: Hhluburne. or Maximilian Achnnbeln, la the muat successful bank robber In this country He Is of fine physical proportions, fire fa t eight or JtAltlC SHINHUHNII. nine Inches In height, built like an athlete, weighs ITO pounds, and might kw far n college professor. Faieli airiRh Hew. son of the (loek war of lloroda, who haa already been throiiRh u eotirao at the University of IJomlwy. will go lo Oxfonl presently. The young prlnuo la going In for the uillltury profession, anil be U already rolonet of n amart cavalry regiment In the llaroda army. Was a Great Thilosapher. Tlr. Henry Bldgwlck. the eminent llrltlsh philosopher anil political econo mist, who haa Just mHnoil away, was only 02 yenra oltl. but accomplished much during the twenty years In which hla numb haa Lcdii familiar to the public. Until 1870 Dr. Bldgwlck wns Jff v fe College. Cambridge W ?. WyVnUvnUy. and vlUMitSmivflr In 188a ho win un pointed Knights bridge professor of That n tooohor of moral philosophy should ronueril him self with the arlonee of mimical economy la a new Ideo. Therefore Professor Sldgwlrk'a economic work bear recent datefhls "Principle of Political Iteonoraj"." ias: bin "lle? menU of Polities'." 1891. and h!a "PraetJenl llthlca." 1808. Hla other wnrka, In which hla theory of hednn Inn la developed, are "The Method! of Rlhleg" nud "Outline of the Ills tory of Hthlos." He linn contributed freely to ettrront literature. Dr. Bldgwlck. mo nil philosophy. This year's apple crop In North Amerlen la expected to be the largest ever known. Tho hortlettltunil sta tisticians predict from 80,000,008 to 100,000,000 barrel, which will be n supply of more than one Imrrol for every Inhabitant of the United State. Stoto GroUith of Southern Cities Tho eenstta returns which are com ing In from southeastern cities do not give promise of a large Inci-ense In population In that part of the UnlteJ Htate. It Is true that urban growth haa always been much mure market) In the north than In the south, lift It has boon understood that the negroni of Unit region were drifting Into the oltlw. Viceroy Chang Chlh Tung. Of Hankow, who Is denounced by the OlilHSM for being too rarorabte to foreigners. 8o sure ssnful has been Inoculation Agolnot ekolftcm amoog cooi( em uyed by tea planters in indie, that the natives are how eager for the sim ple operation. The planters have clause In tkett contracts calling for UocuUtsd coolies. Lorenzo 7. Letvtlltng. Iorenso D. (.swelling. Kovaruor et Kansas from I'M tn UN, who dim! last week at Arkansas City, wae a son ( of the soil, who rose from the state of a poor orphan to that of the bead ' of a grant commonwealth, lie was born In 1848 at flltti, Iowa. His per mit, who belonged to the Society of Friends, which Imd it large settlement ! at Snlem. died when he was a mere , child, and then began a fierce struggle wim circumstance i In wltlrh the fit tur governor wn triumphant at the last. Yoi n Lw elllng earned a liv ing by working for farm its In the vi cinity of hla home. Diirinir Dim win. ter he attended school until he was sixteen. In'"-""- K'wollm laiui he was emplorMl as a la borer on the llurllngton and Mis Kourl river railroad, and later wae cat tle drover for the quartermaster of the Army of the Tennessee. After the war be timiht a negro school at Mexi co, Mo., and was often threatened with vlolenre by his prejudiced neighbors. With the money he thus earned he went to Poughkeopsle, N. Y., and took n course In a commercial college. Af ter hla graduation lie could llnd no em ployment aa a bookkeeper and took to labor again, driving a canal boat, sbnvollnx dirt nn railroads and bull ! Ing bridges. He returned to Salem win his savings and entered Whit lei college, working his way through. In lfttn he taught school and liotight a farm and n nswstmpcr. This he aban doned to devote hla whole time tn teochlnir. In 1S00 he eommenr.Ml the publlentlnn of the Des Moines Capital, 1 and seven years later he left there for Knnsus. settling In Wichita, he engag ed In commetTO and soon rnrned n wide reputation In politics. In IKPt the FiihIoiiIkU stipiiorlcd him for gover nor and ho wns cloctod by a hand some plurality. "Reducing Vncej of Steel. l'lttswnrg la only a few miles from the great coke producing region of Itounaylvanta. It Is n thousand miles from the Iaks Superior Iron ntngti nnere It gets must of the an It nets. Klfty years ago the cost it assembling the ore, coke, and Milestone for a ton of pi? ' i made tip half the total cost of production. At that time It wwM Imre been oat of the Question to use l.ake Superior ores at I'lttsbttrg, so bcavr would havs been tbs transpor tallon expenses. Slnee then the cost of enrrytng ore by water and by rail has been so murh chonrenttl and the time required so much lessened that It Is said It la possible to convert Into steel plate at IMttaotirg ore ml noil only ten days before near Iane Superior. Kiirthermore that steel can be said at a profit for a price lower than foreign manufacture's can afford to accept. Chaplain and Canteen. The Iter. Charles C. lMeree, 1). I)., Chaplain United Slates Army and First Hector of the I'roteitatit Kpt ropfil Church lu the Philippines, ims w1 wum NARnATED IN NOTES, The University of California an nounces course of Instruction In Jnp nnoso and Chinese, two of the most Importnnt of 'he languages whleh It bus recently become dcslrabtu fnr many Antcrlruns to leant. HUhop Vatlid H. Moor HISV. IMHHCK created a sensation In religious cir cles by coming out In favor of tho army canteen. Tho shah, who Is at Ostcnd,. Is ol wnys aecompnnled by nn attendant with a silver teapot containing, how ever, not tea, but the Persian sover olgu'a favorite Ircd mineral wator. Very frequently Is tho pat called Into requisition, and the idiah takes his re frcshment In n delightfully unortho dox wny by drinking out of the spout. Now on Ills way to China tn tuko charge of the Metliod.st Mloalan. The New llHtntMblre I'sderntlun of Woman's Clubs has adopted tho fol lowing apt motto: "In principle like our him ii Ho, In aspirations like our mountains. In sympathy swift and far leeching like our riven." &he Colonial VatneJ. Mm. Huntli White lo, ope of tits organlxers of the Colonial Dames and Daughters or the American Ilevolu lloti. attributes tits prevalence of theme from American history In cur rent fiction to the work of her socie ties and similar organisations. Mrs. late, who Is working on a publication to be patttrnwl after llurke's l'eersge. wjri Umt the Americans are just be ginning to rell how much they have tn be piiwd of In their history and an cm try, llenjamtn B. Odell. tleiljaiMlH II. Odell, nomltisted for gnvorttnr by the New York Republican UUb eauvetttluii. In his early days, kad a way of pting about New bltrg as an leemaa with his aron an I KMI0S. Ulklnn imiII Una while he rie llTored Ire to hit eoatoojers. His leadership was so-ju rorogHlsoil and he beoamo a power lo rally. At the aame time Its bsKAn to grew rick. Ilia lee business was very prolltaWIe and bo enmrgod hla tor tHNe by Investing bis savings In elec tric light plants and taking elty con tract IH other lines. Mr. UJell Is a native of Newborg. He was educated at llsUtany 0IIm. Weot Virginia, aul eotapleteU hli slu solos at OnlumbU Collsgo. GurKI'h Minister' Wife. Mutchtotm All tlurrouh ls the name that All Korroiih Uoy, the Turkish Minister, has given the youngster that wns born recently at the Turkish ! gallon nt Washington. Mine. Ferrmth Hey, who canto tt 'his country with her husband lust winter, Is the first Turkish woman of her rank ever per mitted to come to the United States, it being a apselal favor of the Bultan n allow her to nroompiiny her bus and lu hla lust return to Washing ton, where ho has represented bis gov ernment slnee IMS. Heir to Sir Francis "DraKe, John II. Daulol. a lawyer of a Crease, Wis., In about to atari for Hug laud to press hla claim to nn estate of lift .000,000, t h e unclaimed iirc.tinu Intlous from tae wraith left years ago by Rlr V an clt D k , d s.ov r er and prlv.it e s man. of wbum M.-. Daniels aval a be Is an heir. The mil lions of the Pnik oatutft iirco.dllK tt the elnlmunt, have A. Daniels, been lying lu the Itagllsh court it chancery mull they rtaelted their pres ent enormous proportions. The rich lejlt Uy the noted ftuglUh s.illor wera the nsults of a trip to the Waat In dies during the war with Spain. At the head of a small squadron he cap tured and sacked lbs town of Njmbro de Dlos. Mr. Daniels has been busily engaged for many mouths In gathering the evi dence ha will carry to Itiialand. Ills mother was a Drake, who lived tn Orange county, New York. The exact line of descent by whleh the ia-er experts to prore Ills claim Is a secret which Mr. Da nl els Is guarding lest I ubiirlty dsfeat his plant. Matter nt Ilia Mamcnt Itallcil fr.imn ii Siimll l'ruaryniu, The Noble Tiros. Grocery company if Amarlllo. Canyon and Hereford, Tdx.n calptnl tvsck M.N, Ims fllstl a olmr ter at Attstln. lloslnses at Hong Kotig. China, Is retmrted virtually gmpondml, nnd 10, 0W Idls men are thronteneU with star vatlon. O. W. Oraham, an ox-OontmUrato veteran, was set and killed nt Durant, I. T. Iliel Durant vns Hrrsated. Hamilton Hayilor, a apeektl ofTlaer of the Southern tactile rnllway., killed J. D. Gilford, n dlstbnrgetl employo of the road, nt III Paso, Tex. Olftord was re sisting the oltleor. lllsck Jaek, on trial nt Clayton, N. M., chargotl with train robbing, wns oonvlcted and given dmth nontence. Ibe Masonic liall nt Dsnlson. Tax., was partially destroyed by lire, and several lodges lost rwtglla. It Is announced that tho mil tan of 8ln has left hbt capital mysteriously. A autrey of the Hrnsos rtrer has be n ordered by the war department Tho heir apparent to the Koronn thono has arrived nt Washington to complste hit education. Missionaries arriving at Shanghai from west nnd northwest China report everything qtilst lu those dlstrleta. Commteelnnor Iloekhlll rables this tipwa to tho Htnle dsimrtment, anil Act ing Users tfirj" Hill authorises ltd an- iiouuoomont. II. II. Odsll. Its-Hiopreas UHtonls has bsen stay lug In Parts In the atriotmt Incogtato, but Is expected lo re I urn shortly to her eouHlry plsoe at Kurx borough Hill laaoM. alver au absetiro of nearly oo veu MOHttU. The school board at Trenton. Me., held ten meeting! and look TOO balloU boforo a sttHoiinteodent oould be im-lci-led. The oonnty pniwrs roreaiedly ami In all seriousness sung soled that the contosl be settled by a name of seven-tip, but the board regarded sorb a procedure as lacking In dignity. Endowing an lotva College. The news that t loo .000 of the pro posed fsOO.000 endowmsHt for Cornell college at Mount Vernon, la., hss lieen subserlbed will gt'o great sat isfaction to Iowa Methodists, many of whom received their higher edueat!m at the Institution. The SMQ.0M hss been subscribed within the last three srs lu small sums, tbs largest con trlUotlon bring M,KW, and the trus tees now announce that the remaining ftM,90 la assured. Tho Inscription on a wreath of Ar deMmfti heather on the ooWUi of King Hnwbert rerealed the fast that be ha4 & Preneh foster brother, one Leon Corlnflot. This iersoB Is mayor of Maubert Fontsics la us Ardsnusj, MrIUnli-), ArrriitHnr. Kxoctitlve .Mansion, Washington, pt. 10. Hon. Henry Culmt Lodge, ( lialrman Nutlllentlnn Committee: ty Dear Sir The nomination of the Kepiibllcnn national eonvtntlott of .time 18, JSOO, for the ofllee of presi dent of the United States, whleh as the ofllelal repreoentatlre of the con ventlon you have convoyed to me, Is snepted, I have carefully oxnmlned the plat form adopted, nnd give to It my hearty approval. Upon the groat Ihsiio of tho last national election It la clear. It upholds tho gold standard and Indorses tho legislation of tho present con grt-ss, by whloh that standard has been effectively strengthened. The stability of our uutloual currency Is, therefore, secure no long as those who adhvro to this platform aro kept In control of tho government. In tho first battle, Hint of 1890, the friends of tho old standard and of sound curroncy were triumphant, and tho country Is enjoying tho fruits of that victory. Our antagonists, however, aro not satisfied. Thoy compel us to light a second battlo upon the same linos on which tho first wns fought and won. While regretting the reopening of this tpioetlon, wltlrh win only disturb the present satisfactory condition of the government and visit uncertainty upon our great Imilnesa enterprises, we ac cept the Issue nnd again invite tho sound money forces to Join In wnnlng utiother, nnd we hope a thrmanent triumph for an hoiiost HimucliU sys tem, which wfll continue Inviolable the pnlillo faith. ' TWO MORE Answers In Regard to nusila'i Pro posed I'olley. FRANCE roil, GERMANY AGAINST The Impreiilon it WaiMnjton Stunt lo be that Great Britain WW fstor Sol tilers lltmatnlno- CmhiiiiI t'llllipMI. Hoiliton, Tex., tejit. to. The storm that -raged along tits const of Texas t-atunlay night was the tarMt dlans trout tlwt line ever visited this sec Hon. The wires aro down and there is no wny of finding out Just what has happened, but enough Is known to make It certain that there has been great loss of life and destruction of property all along the coast Austin. Tex.. Sept. 10.-Tho follow ing Is a summary of the flnattelal re IMirt of the state detiartment of Intur auce for the flscnl your ending Aug. II: IlMeJpta $IMIT.B. dlsburemenls $818.11. leaving a nst profit to the state of flil.Ttl.M. This M tb host showing ever made by this deiwrtmetit. ClmfTrr Hlltc4l. WHshlngton. Sept. 10. Orders have been enMd to (Iom. C ha (Tee to prepare his forces tor withdrawal from Pekin Pnrther than that, tuo war dstwrtmant hut takoH stops to hare at Taku a shC Ac tent HNHtbor of United ttatna traHO ports to remove thono troops to the Phlllpplnea na soon as thoy reach the port. A lanta ft train was blown off the track Hear Alvln and a pasMttgor killed. In the Llano coontry reoeiitly, W. 0. Keyser iHinght of D. Hhmle a nleo buneh of fat cows at $18 and $M, and of W. 8. Kldd & Sons same fat sows at $10; G. 8. amy bought at W. O. Keyser fat cows st from $U to $il. A Delta wunty (grnter, who expeotn to pink forty osl q(. the lloeoy, bsi sold It In advance for 8 3-le, he to bs jmld that price for eaih bale as bs picks, gins and delivers It, regardless of the market quotations. AU the somaisr cottaeg'swera. en gulfed! at Seabrook. WnshlMginn, Sept. 7. The latest ex proMlsn an tn the alUtuds of tho pow ers on UiB oraenatloH of Pokllt eotiiM from lit United lutes ambaeaadur at INtria, O en. 1 Iom re tarter, who lias ndrleod the nnlheiitlen her tun the at titude of the French government is favorable to the ponttlon of Ilnwla. Almost elmulUneoeuly with thta dis patch front Oen. "orter came another from the American charge d'affaln at Iterllu giving the attitude ot Oarmnny on Ittitala's proposnl. This In sub stance states that tlermauy, while anxious to nvohl any friction belweou tho powers, regards the conditions at Pekln such as tn require the contin ued presence of general forces there. Neither Oon. Porter nor Mr. Jackson ravo tho toxt of the answers, but only the atibstnnro of tho tioaltlons tnbett by the two govornmeuU. Thono two highly Importnnt ooin munloatlons bring tho ChlutMo nogo tlatlons to a very advanced stage, though they nre not yet concluded, as all ot the answers sre not yet lu. The (Jormnn and French answers, however, clearly show the alignment of the low ers. It la generally thought that Ger many's attitude in favor or remain ing at Pekln will bo aoquleorod in by Italy nml Austria, an these two coun tries aet with Oeromny on political questions. Moreover, direct word hat been received here whloh elwtily fore shadows Austria's ioslton In favor of remaining nt Pekln. Ah to the pur poses of 0 rent Urltlen thoro Is nn ab solute lack ot nlrlrlal Information, though little doubt Is entertained Hint slnro Oermnny hns taken tho nttltiidn Great Hrltnln will follow suit In favor of rctnnlutng nt Pokln. The position of Japan llkowlio Is lacking doflullr ncss, although It Is believed lu tho best posted quarters that It other na tions reninlu at Pekln Japan will deem It expedient to remain thcro also. It would scorn from this thui Franco Is tho only government to give concur rence to tho Htisslnn proposition, al though tho United States has express ed a purpoHo of following Ituasla'a courre, unices tho other powers brought about a modification of litis sla's tiosltlon. Thus fnr Itusela has not expressed any purpose of modify In her original position. It wits stated authoritatively Thuraduy that Itusain had not ordered the departure of her minister or troops from Pekln up t this time, so far aa the Utilted Statw government la advlsod. It Is tlcl also that no new preparations have lieen prepared, but that the quenttin. Is practically the aame ua when III i presented, namely, aa to whether the troops will remain or be withdrawn from I'ekln. The receipt of the com- rautilcatlons from Berlin a 'd Pails brought about numerous ronferenMs botweon the proad'ont. Xoeietary Hoot nud Acting Secretary cf Stale Hill, and also between Mr. Hill and Mr. Adee. It was gathered from those meetings thst nuntlter note was being propnrod by tho United States, hut die nuthoil- ties did not feel disposed to give any Intslllaeneo aa to Its nature. Unlit llriniirrMl" ladlanapalK. ind.. Sopt 7 Can. Charles Tracy of New York, chairman of the national eomtultteo of the Cold Democratic party, and Joe p. Frouzi! of this elty, socrolr' of the nutlaitul committee, held a eon f tron ce hero Thurwlay and at Its close the fallow- lug exact-live oowwlttoe wna flH- noimeotl: neorgo Pinter I'eabodv, New York: I- O. KreuUmff, Illlno's: Joseph llrysn. Virginia! L. M. Martin. lawn; W. It. Shelby. Mlehlaait: T. P. Linn. Ohio; Thomas F. Oorrignn. Georgia: Gordon Wootibnry. New Hnmnnhlroi Lewis M. Onon. V lcon sln; J. P. Prooaol, indlnnn. fOObSVBUt AT DlTftOIT . tli (Wtcrner tlflUrrt ibf Ifttital Hn h Mf III. Vt'filrrH TOHr. Detroit, Mlh. Sept. 7.- Tie Inltla' WoetlHg ot Oav. nnseveh'ii western (BUr, wltlhc ana held In the big tiaoein hi) room of lh Detroit Light Cuarl nrwiir)' 'Hiimlay night, w- all timt th gwrorHor'a most ardent imrtlsans fOtllil hare rteclm' in point of attend- auce nnd mtHii:am 't'lio floor and nntlnrilOB of lh gr it ball were crowded. As Ute vice prcKidi'iillal candidate medp hta way up thrnugh one of thn side aisles a large portion of the audi enre stood upon hairs snd yellml tor "Toddy." Homer Warren, rbalrmnn of the lUtitlbllcan lty commltteo. called tho gnlborliiK to order and Iirlg. Oen Hy ,M. DuttloM, who was liitnduced as another of Ike lenders In ttte San tin g cnmpaltni. preaMed. Whon tho governor rose in sneak lb" great crowd arose almost n mease and remained standing and shooting for some time Th governor's speech oc cupied about an hour in delivery, nml wna llalened to tbrou-enout with thoughtful attention. Oov. Hooaevelt aswerted that our sol diers In the Philippines Imd less to feat from any Iwdy of armed bandits In that country than they bad to fear from Hie principles of the Kansas City platform ami the success of the Demo cratic ticket. He said live members ot tho rogttlnr army were present, and he asked them to stand up that the nudl mtee might see their tyrants. Five sol di era from the fourteenth litr.iutry at Fort Wayne, who occupied n front sent, when thus Invited, arose and were applauded until their cheeks glowed with blushes. "Now," exclaimed Oo Uooeevelt. "behold your tyrants." The audience shouted with laughter. "There aro hero," continued the gov ernor, "five soldiers to four thousand people In the sudtoucc, which Is n larger percentage of tyranny In this house than the percentage oi tho reg ular nrmy bears to tho wholo number of tho people of this country." Tee-Cent OoIImh. Amorlew, Oa . Sept. 7. For the Bret lime In twelve years cotton sold In Amerirua TliurttUy nt 10c a pound Sororul hundred bnles were purclinae-l at that price. AH n rule fanners are lolling at prevailing figures. (Inlrfalini'a l'iiiuiiillnii, Wnihlnfjtnn, Sopt. 7. Tho popula tion of Onlveston, Tox., Is: In 100. 37.7W: 1810. J0.08I; Increase S70I, or 29.08 per cent from 1850 to 1900. Tho population In 18S0 was 22,218, showing nn Increnso of C!30, or 30.73 por cent from liSO to 1800. Tho population In wards In 1900 fol lows: First ward SMI, second ward 2130, third ward 1980, fourth ward 1784, fifth ward ISIS, sixth ward 4898, seventh wan! 7r,l8. eighth wnnl 2782. .lluth wnnl 10IC, truth wnnl 2730, elev enth ward MI0. twelfth ward Ss30. WBST VIRGINIA OAVtPAION. Ilruitrtlril h mireenrflll, Wheeling, w. Va.. Sept. 7. Tho taur ot West Virginia, begun Wednesday by Hon. W. J. Ilrynu, was roueittdsd Imio with n stieech Thurdiy night. Ho ar rived bore at 7; 15 p. m and was rooted by bond res nrd rockeU In the suburbs, nnd the radrnsd far squarei wna lluwl with iieople. The duy'n run covered about SOO mllHa. The litre., oayo' tour Is ronrilet by Mr. llryai and the West Virginia Democrats who livuo boon eorortlng him as sueeoMfui. Wtiurr Hirlli. Wheeling W, Vn., SepU 7. Ihn msetlng Thttrwluy night wits held on tho wlmif. Sot uuly Ute laud but the water was coveroil with ptoplo. Many re out In small craft and twolurgo s'ctimliooU woro well lllletl. Mr. Hryaii spoke fqr nnd hour and thrse-iiuarlers, the bingost spent h he I mm delivered during tho campaign. Mr. Ilryuu'a lutroduetloii wna iui at tack uHin the rteimblloau iwity and he assailed at vigorously. I)rcilr llrlctnl. Crafton. W. Va., Sept. 7.- Mr. liryan was visibly shocked upon Mug in formed ot tbc death of Hon. Arthur. Sowall, his fellow-, andid ite on the na tional Democratic ticket In 1803. Hi received the news through a iHeosage from Mr. 8 wall's son. snd soot a mss aane of condolenre. Ileferrlng to Mr. Sowall In conversation Thuradjir, M". Hrynn expreoseil himself as pAlnwl at tho news. Mr. Sowall was a personal friend aa well as political asaoalnto. Itrluriicd. ChriitUM. Soot. 7. A lei eg ram from Iramsee, Xorwsy, In rofwrtlag Us re turn of the SiotlH lo!ar wltk tho Duke ut AbrHsal's Arctic expedition on board snys tho Stalin Iolsr roached a isotnt In latitude Miss north, penetrating further north thnu Dr. Nanaon's ice ord, Tbc atdla Polar rtmnlMcil fast In tnv lc tor eleven Month. Tie protwre stave In ber sides ami her tiuahlttcir vrss also dsmgeJ. WbaUon llarker, Populist uomlnso for president will make tour cam mem '.ng next wook. He will visit Tex as Sept. It, IS nnd IT. HUHlHIf. Washlug'on, Sept 7.--The JapsnMS Irgatlon whs Informed by Toklo of the rocolnt of a rt:sNUrk from tbs Japan om consul at Amoy stating that riots agnlnst native L'hilstiaiw tn Chtuir ('bow and Lung Col have assumed serious proportions. Tk rlty galea In six nritfoinlng dfartrku have boon com pleteiy atassMi. Yung, tnoUl et the locnllty, lias been dhwraoott on tht ground of unpopularity, and has bssa succeeded by Chvu. taatal ot Ajuoy.