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SIXTEENTH YE Alt. OMAHA , SUNDAY MORNING , SEPTEMBER 2(5 ( , 1SSG.--TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 00. END OF THE DRAMA , Parliament finishes Its Labors for the Season and Is Proroguecli A STORMY TIME PREDICTED. Prophesy of "A Member of Parliament" of Trouble Next Session. DANGER OVERHANGING IRELAND DisfranchSscmont of tlio Irish or Oivil War the Alternative of Compromise. DILKE'S NEWSPAPER SCHEME. Bir Oharlca Will Lsarn the Business nnd Bo a Sub-Editor. -LATEST PARISIAN FASHIONS. What tlio Wide-Tamed Dressmakers Have Invented for Winter Wear. FINE GOV/NS FOR AMERICANS. The Situation in Itulfi'irln ' Another Imhor Strike In Itcluliuu llay- rpulh'H PcMlv.il Cicrnmu Cremation Many Invents. Prom a Commoner. Housi : or COMMONS LimtAU\Wr. srMivs- TIU : , Sept. ti-i.-lXovv York Heiald Cable- Special to the lii ! : . | Wo have just cone thioimh tboveiy dull pciloimanco ol pro roguing paillament till till when. Tliat Is the momentous question. Ilic nominal date tells ns nothing. All feel that at any mo ment the state of lieland may bo such that In the estimation of the goveinment theio will be no altei native but to cill us tosethei again foi what would bo to all the sad and repulsive business of pissing n coeieion bill. 1 think there arc some consei vatlves who wouldstand out of thalbiisiness.uid 1 hope It will not be deemed nceessaij to attempt It. The ordlnaiy law surely ought to be siiflicient to meet most emeiieneic3. Tlio fccvcicst coercion blllsaiealw.iybpassedbv Iibcialgov- cinments. Conservatives gone-tally would Ilka to leave this ( Its isrccablu vvoikto Ilarcomt , who performed It with so much /cst In lss2 , The govern men taic not llkly to put theii lol- lovveis thiongh this ouleal unless dlsoidci In lickind becomes most dangeions and nlaimlng , foi the piesent ministers aio ulad to get away , althongli they must feel thcli difficulties bul begiiinlnt. , not ending. MINISII IIS I I.AVINfl IOWN . Salisbury , Smith and otheis have ahc.idy vanished , while Chnichlll goes abioad next Sititrday. Very few members attended the last ceremony to-day. Theio aio probably not a couple of doicn members In London outofC70. The sccretaues and nndci-secie- tnrlcs aio llko school boys going home theli facosradlant with smllos , langhiiifT nml Jok ing w Itli each other. Their aspect Is In gieat contiast with theii gloomy looks dining the List few weeks. Let thorn enjoy theii ropilove. The application ot the Parnclllto rack and tlnimbsciew will a aln bo repeated soon onoituh. For the moment tlm Painellltcs liavo disappeared. J\CD Tannoi has bliakcn the dust of the Iiouso contemptuously fiom his feet. 1 thought on Wednesday night tliat howouldo have scalped the speaker , but friends pcistiailed him to go quietly home , though evidently ho was much disgusted at not hav Ing washed his spear in blood. The moiodlgnlllcd leadeis made a silent o\lt. Painell has not been visible binco Tuesday. llo spieads himself In deopci myisteiy ovciy session , but it his face Is not been In the house his hand is felt and this answcis the B.imo purpose. purpose.A A BIOIIM nisnvv i.vo. There Is no use disguising the fact that a storm Isnhcady blowing foi Urn next .session. Fat her Tab y'H impilsonmcnt has excited im- nieiiso Inititlon among the hlsh members and will form the subject of many an excit ing addiess In Ireland. Knglish membcis look at the ease In this light : If IwoKnglish- men quariel , ono uses threatening language aud the other complains , the dofendanl is called upon to find smetles to keep the peace. Ho docs so and goes home. Father Fatiy says , "No , I will not give Binotles ; ! will go to pilson Ilrnt , " and ho goes. Theietoio Knglish membcis have failed to sco the jusllco of Iilsh complaints In the matter , foi r.ilhoi 1'yhy only had to give bill and walk olf. Hut nothing Is the bimo In li eland as In England. Sexton has she n that for Fohy to glvo ball would bo llko lepioichlng himself. Evidently this Is the K'Jneral IiNh leellng , jot how could the house of commons consti tute ItfClf Into a court ot appeals ? The whole subject Is MII rounded by dlllleultlos. All feel that It his most unfoitunately oc- cm red Just now , foi F.ithei Tnliy rein ilns in pikson , and his name will ilng Uom one end of Ireland to Iho other. PU.IO.N'S Fiinv KI Dillon's hpeech demanding the priest's us- lease was fall ol lire and national elofjiienco. Ills face , tlnown Into lellef by his jijt black Hair , his camcst manner , tlnllllng tones , nnlmatlon and lerv cut appeals , all pioilurcd agieatlmpiosslon. When Ids own feellnu's aie bth led no momberof the Painolllto paity can suipass Dillon In moving the foot ings of an audience. Ho spoke nt great length on Tuesday and vciy lato. IJut the house listened Intently to every word. In my judgment U was by fai the ablest nnd most powoiful speech delivered on the Irish Bldo this season. Now that the curtain has fallen no thoughtful man can think lightly of the circumstances under which It will most llkclv iLso again. Thcio can not bo a settlement of the Iilsh difficulty between now and January , Will there over bo ono ? some people ask in despair , Ono llilng Is certain , tlmt the conscivatlvo and liberal union Is a majority tint cannot bo got over , Alt theories about a division of tlio two sections by Intornil quar- nils , that aio said to ho gradually melting nvvay thomajouty , aiopmo dieamsot deln- fclon. The countiy said at the list election , "No disunion , no separation. " Its word must bo law , A COMPItOMtSK COMIXO. Until nil shies look that raidlnal fact In the face no piogrosscan bo madotowaul a set tlement. Admit It , nnd what follows ? .Somo responsible compromise will piobably bo found In the way of extending largo mcasuios oflocal t'ov eminent lo liol.uid giving to lilshmen absolute control OUT their own Illalrs. i-stabllbliliig a peasant pioprlctaty , mid developing the fisheries , nmuufac- tnroi tuirt general Industries of Ireland. Is nil this nothing ? ft. Will prery thine bo mjcctul except a parlia ment on College Utecn ? If so , parliament bOIng constituted us it U , futowull to all liopfls of ucaccful settlement. In thntciso dark vvhlspcra arc now often heaid ami may X > e only too borrovvfully piophetlc , that the end may bo reached by one of two roads the dlsfranchlscmcnt of Irolind or civil war. No man of any en o cm look upon either alternative without dismay. Tin : I'AitTV M\IU : n . As for the loaders of the putles , few have perceptibly Improved their position during the past soison , o\ccpt Churchill , who has show n great command of temper , much tact readiness of rcpirtee and debating skill. Ills Industry Is o gieat that he has some times sat In thn house eleven hours out of twelve1. He Is nevei absent for a single day. Matthews only spoke otirc. It was a fairly elfeetlvo , controversial speech , but common place In style and laneuiire , and vvnsdellveicd In the Old llailey lawyoi manner. Motley his somewhat Improved , but he still depends far too much on notes. ( iladstono I refrain fiom eiltlclsing. but his own best friendrf will tell you that there Is n falling olT In his powers , physical and Intel lectual. This was ominously conspicuous this week when ho spoke on the Iilsh , ldo. bexton delivered a inoio tcHlnic speech than any of his comi.ides but none equalled Dil lon's. Minor membeis ol the nutv de voted themselves not without success to the woik of Imiiisslug and exasperating the CUIIMTV itlve-s. So ends the diama for this autumn. I cannot close these letteis on this session without an ac- knowhigemenl of the wonderful accuracy with whieh they liavo been tialismltted to you. 1 have seldom noticed a mistake1 In .1 single woid. This Is n linimpli ol tele graphic skill. skill.A A Ml.MtllT. Of 1'AltI.IAMI.NT , sin cnAiiriis Mnny lliitnorrt Ahont Ills Intentions Donlcil The Truth Tnld. LONDON' , bept. Ur . fXevv Voik lloiald Cable Special to the Hi.n.-An ] interview vvlthan intlmatofilendot Sir Charles Dllke enables me to set at lest imny conflicting and olten absuul Illinois now cmronl 10- gardlng the kilter's Intentions and pios- peels. "In the Hist place , " Slid this gentleman , "I am absolutely certain thalSIi Chailcs does not intend to leave England perma nently to make a homo or a cue'cr In any other country. Eng land Is his home , and hero bo will remain in any event. Itnmor again cuirent to the contraiy notwithstanding , II Isnolhls intention to establish and control a London new-paper , lie is too active a man to llvo an Idle life , theiofoio ho means when it h feasible , to take u sub-editoiial position on some London papci , and thoioughly acquaint himself vvltli all the Ins and outs of journalistic woik. No ; not as a lepoilcr. 'lhat is hardly nccessaiy , since an assistant editors position will give him all thepiacticil knowledge nccessaiy. I don't suppose ho would remain lone at such work , bul II would give him active employment foi aycarortwo. 'llicn If a political careerwcro still foibiddcn him , he could drop journal ism and pick up something ol'-o. You bee , a man accustomed to haul woik , as Sli Chailcs Dilko is must have something to keep him busy. Of couiso we all expect to see him again in par liament. ilc will , however , make no at tempt to ro entei political life until the pub lic are convinced he Is woithyof theli con fidence. Then , I have no doubt , l.c w ill con tinue his career. career.A A WOUTnr MAJf "I do not need to tell j on that , as an old fiiend , know ing all the particulars of tlio case and much moral evidence which it was not possible to place before tlie jmy , I think Sir Charles entirely worthy of public confi dence. Furthcimoie , a rather intimate ac quaintance w Itli Chelsea com luces mo thalthc bulk of the Chelsea voters share my opinion. Sii Chailcs is still the stiongcst candidate the liberals could select , and the only av.illa- blo ono Iho consei vallvcs tear. A conserva tive constituency , 1 think that under the most vavor.iblo chcumstanccs the llbcials would have lost ChcNea at the last election A gieal nunibei of Hie unionlst-libcials made this ccitaln , even if the lonrangomcnt of the old boiough had not made Ilprobablc. MT lOUJIOM'.V Oil FAME. "You are perfectly correct. It is not for money nor for career that Sir Cliailes thinks of cnteiini ? jomnallsm. It will blmplyglvo him a hcopo foi Itis energies until public opinion icverscsltseullct and enables him to lesumo his caiccr. " Although I am not permitted to use my Inioiijianl'B name , lamcertaln that Ills posi tion toward bli Charles Dilko gm-anteo his statement and make his denials ot cuiicnt rumoia entiicly trustworthy. 1'AUISIAN POINTS. AVhut Jho Modlntos llnvo I'roparcd I or Wonr ICoturnlntt (7aioty. I'Aiii" , Sept. ! W. [ Now Yoik Ileiald Cable to the . 1'ails Is Special Unn.l now res plendent in her brlirhtc'at autumn attire. In the cool , crisp weather swainis of holiday makcisarotlocklni ; homo fiom seaside nnd mountiln , and once moio tall silk hats and formal fiock coats , rol n siipicmoon the boulevaids and the Camps lllysees , while the the Place do 1'Opcia Isbillliant with hiin- diedsof olllceisioturnlng fiom the manwu- vres. They sip coffee on the balcony of ( Jen- eial IJottlangijr's now famous inllltiry club , about which ciowds gather In the evening , bhoiitinc , "Vivo IJoulangor , " and newsboys aio bolllns couplets sot to the iiuiiic of old ( iiilllc melodies with the letialn , "llonncur an Yalllant ( ienor.il. " TIU5 I'lllJVCII STVI.KS. I'.uislans aio agltited by the ciavc ques tion : Wh.it bhill buvv oin this wlntei ? 1 have consulted Wotth , Ducho aud.Moilnon the subject of the fashions for this winter , They aio to bu richer than over , but Mmple. Velvets , costly satin , furs and brocades w ill relgu triumphant at bills and receptions. Foi out-dooi wear the ridiculous talloi suits will bo gradually dlscir.ilcd. Cloth cotolo and heavy silks will bo the inlo for walking costumes. .Mantles and shawls will bo quiet In tone , but sumptuous. Historical My.lc.s will continue to hold the Hoot , preference - once being given for Ch.ulos X , Louis XIV and Louis XVaato peilod. The fashionable colois will bo the old and faded tints which delkhted our gie.itjreat'raiidiiiothois. ; . 1'alo hellotiopc , salmon pink , falnl oiai. o puce , and the palest pistaciiogieen , all will buimtoh w oin , especially foi house diesses nud tea gowns. Illi : r.ATESTCnUATION. To-dr.y ono of the oracles showed mo his latest creation. "This , " said ho , "Is destln- edtoailoin ono of the leaders of Now 1'ork society , " Looking , I siw nn exquisite tea gown of palo ciovctto satin , embossed with lloi-.il dev Ices In trold and silver , The fiont Is open , showing some point d'Alencon dra pery , bpanglcd with gold biwU. Kotuul the walsl is nury bro.id crevetto sash. The whole gown is trimmed with cievottc , os- tilch nnd niainbout feather : ) . I next saw what U doscrlbsd as a plain cairiajo dress oulcied by the same lady , Imagine a dainty costumu of the ilchest moss velvet , the bklrt draped on 0110 sldo vvltli laigo folds of uncut velvet , all eni- broldeiod vvltli vailous shades of moss colored beads , llavlngdaz/led niowlthlhls rhef d'ojuvro , the oracle led mo to a palo jcl- low satin and tulle ball diess , the fiont cm- brohk-red with silver , the train , short , cov- oicd with jcllon tulln , striped with crepe , the boilico yellow , llko the skirt , cut Diana fashion , 0110 shoulder tiiuimcU wim silver , the other with simple tulle. This costume nKo goes to New York. A niiin.u. nowv. In the same room the drcssnnker's bind- maidens wore putting the finishing touch tea a dress for a y 011115 American bride , compo - po ed of rich , wliltn faille , draped In front and slashed open , showing largo folds ot white crepe. It Is trimmed with oi.ingo blossoms riinnln ? vvedgcways from ton to bottom of ttio skirt. The train Is over two yards lotnr. The bodice Is undo high , with a gailand of oraiuo blossoms crossing fiom shoulder to shoulder. The in- dl pen able veil Is tlneo yards long , of Urns- sells lice , trimmed with narrow Donnellies 0 fvalcnricnnu and caught up In the middle of the skill by oiango blossoms. noun i on \ . sriNsir.n. Wealthy splnsteis on "the down hill ot life" might take a hint fiom this ball diess , ordciod by a hdy ot unccitaln ace in Kifth avenue : Tlm dies * Is undo of pink d.umsk ; the front draped with btick Chantllly , caught up heio and there with jilnlc , led and yellow loses. The train Is cut along with a bodice of pink dimask , open bid ; and limit , andtiimmed with black lace. The sleeves are ti.uispiront. rnr iitivn IV.IACM'TI. Imitation leopird skin jaekots will be much inn altei this w Intel , especially by lanies not in society. Anothei more delicate crea tion Isbticred'orgo velvet , mantle tilmmed , with beetle-wing embroldciy. Jet and bl xck Chantllly pompadourcostumes will hold their own. There Is little difference between this yuai'sand the last yeaiS materials. Ilovvcvci , the present are richer. \ insTomcvr , nr.vivvr , . One of the most stilklng histoilc revivals 1 siw was a Louis XIV visiting or cairiago dress ol old gold s illn waist and skill , with a % eiy deep band , Inlf a yard at least , of dark veloms frappc , coveicd with an antique dcsiirn In led , blue and old gold btlll moiofacln itlng was an absolute Imitation of a Clnrles IX. comt dros A long covvn of jwlo sheet moon shine satin , caught up very high on the side , dlsclosiniran nmlei petticoat of Cachon vel vet , tiimmeel with a broad bordci of gold galloon. A iA.vi ! = un\o rosTtMir. Lastly , 1 w as show n copies of two rav ish- ing diesses and a carnage mantle made for Lily Lin.'trv. The hist was a luncheon dress , a bowildeilngcomposition of palo pis- taehe cloth , w oin shoit. tilmmed lound the neck with sable and down the trout with dark blown pissemontoric oinamcnK 'Iho next was a walking dress of Hie pilest pink cloth , trimmed with oxidi/ed mill steel jiossomuntcilo , tied round tlio waist by a laded blue sash. The mantle of hellotiopo fancy velvet in a peculiar snaky design was very long. ICound the tlnoat was a deep Louis XIU gold cmbioideiedcollai. Culfs to matcli completed this mat vol. CUKKUXT GIJU.-MAX IJVKNTS. The Great Sent : I Vstivals I'opulnrlty of Ci cintclori Various Items. IJi.ni IN , Sept. ' . [ Special Cablegram to the Hi i : ] The woik ol Germanising the Polish provinces is being pushed loiwaid rapidly. Nineteen new districts are being toimcd. No schoolmaster Is appointed un less ho has completely mistered the Geimrur. lingnage. AtSfort , on the shoio of Stain- bcrg Jake , wheio the body of the late King Ludw ig was lound , a cioss has been elected , encircling which Is a beautiful wreath of Alpine Howeis. This splendid wreath was sent by Uavailans in America and la now picservcd In the chapel of the Chateau 15cig. T1IK IIAMU.L'TII ThSTIVAT. . The Uayrcutb festival was only a qualfled ! success. The expenses were aboul three hundiod thousand marks , while the loceipts vvero Ihreo bundled and eighteen thousand , but the conditions were exceptional , 'ilio piesonce of AbboLls/t gave onpecial eclat to tlio occasion , and a majority of the stipei- nnmarles accepted only n snllicicnl sum to cover their tiavcllnp expenses and hotel bills , while some of the peifoinruis , like- ilatcin.i and Sucher , icfused to accept any money whatever. Such libciallly can scarcely bo expected to continue and it is doubtful whcthci the festival will bo repeated in Ib37 , notw itlistaiiding the fact that a commltteo of sixty has bsen foimed lo insure its con tinuance. I'Kni'AIIATIOXS FOlt A SHOW IN" 'SS. It Is probable that the next festival will beheld held in lbt > 3 , when "l\usifal , " "Tilstnu' and "Xolde" " " and the "Melsterslnsci" will bo pei formed. Within the past lew years iV-OO tiees have been planted In the streets oflkilln. This means of beautifying the city has engaged the special attention of the authoiities and the work is btlll being car ried on wherever possible. ] IOUJ CIXO A SPANISH WAI mil. Karl Oppenhelmcr , a Spanish subject em ployed In a well-known cato in this city , has been ouieied by the authoiities to quit Uei- lln within twenty-four hours. It Is notkiiowii what offense ho has been guilty of. I'OI'IJI.AIIII\ cnr.M.vnox iy aimiv Y , The popularity of ciematlon in Germany as a means of disposing of the dead Is steadily incieaslng , and cromatouc's aio shoitly to bo eiccted at Handling , Daimstadt and Xurlch. I'lovlous to this time Gotlia was the only town In Germany whcio cromitlon was possible. Germin , Austilan and Swiss cio- niatlon societies will hold a second coinriess nt Gotlia on Monday next , and an International congress , to which ropiesentatlves of all countilcs will bo Invited , will meet In Builln In ISbS. DT.Aril Or A DISTINaUISIIIID OniSMAK , The death of i'rofessor Kail Damn at Karlninho Is announced. Ho was 74 y ears of ago. Professor Damn took an ac- tlvo&haioin the stingglofoi Hbeity In Ger many In ISIS , Ho was a member of the Fiankfoit parliament of Iblb , and joined the Gciman lopubllcau pai ty. After tlio dissolu tion of paillament Herr Damn returned to his native country , lladon , and took n lead ing pait in the liisiiriectlou In progress there , nnd later became president of the diet established by the icvolutlon. After the snpmcsslon ot the movement In Uaden by Prussian tioops Damn lied to S\\itzeiland , and fiom thcio made his way to London , where ho settled as a teachci. Liter ho emigrated to Australia , mauled a Geiman lady , nnd started a boarding school , which ho conducted until ho icccivcd amnesty fiom the government of JJulen , when ho le- turned to his native country , ro entered the public scivicc , iccclvIng the appointment lethe the directorship of a college. A niMAi.K JIEXIIV nr.nair , Lilly Lcssmann , operatlo singer , has In- augniatedncrusadoinltheUeilln newspapers , for the benefit ot dumb animals , particularly dogs , hoibps and cats , for which shedemands protection. She calls attention to thopialse- worthy efforts of Homy Uergh in New York , and urges hut German leaders to follow his example. AN ot'rn v or wAi/r/rs. A now opera will bo piodiiced shortly in the Herlln oponi house , which has for us sub ject "Gei man MaicheIt Is icpleto with Vienna vvalt/evs , and Introduces a giand mil itary and spcctacukii tableau. The conclud- ! ' . ' . ? , J'Oftlon of the musicale progrnmnifl is "ilio Paris March"as Kntrj , plavedwheu the Germans euluied Paris in IbiJ. COJII.N-G 10 AMKIKCA. The comedian , Adolnh Link , lias startnd for Now . oik to fullill an eiignBcment at tlio btndt theater. Mr. Chapman Coleman , first secretary of the United States legation at Heilln. sailed for Now lorkou tlio bteamo' ' Fulua to day fiom Bremen. LOGAN'S ' INITIAL SLOGAN , The Powerful nml Popttkr Bpoalcor Opens the Pennsylvania Campaign , CHEERED BY OVER 0,000 VOICES Masterly Ht"mino uT thn Hrpiitiltcnn I'.irtj's Hecont I nlluro of the l'i eseiit Administration Tlio Ilic Duties or thn Hour. l\\K \ bept. 2ft. 'ilio republicans opened the cnbrrnatoilat campaign lieio to- nlglitwitli n toichlUht inrado and an iiu- mcn'-o mass meeting at Music hall. About ono thousand men were In the pioccsslon , which traversed thiongh the piindini sttects , and then escorted the speakers to the meeting hall , which his a selling capacity of O.OJJ. It was filled loin : befoio 8 o'clock , and when the speaking began theio was not standing loom. Among those w ho addiessed the meeting were ( Jen- oral Heaver , cntnltditu for governor ; Uencr-d ( Hbournc and General John A. Logan. The latter did not aimo until UUO : p. m , ami at 10 o'clock was introduced to the audience by President William Mot- calf , steel nnnntactuiei of this eitv. The appeaiaiuo ot ( ieneial Loiran created un bounded enthusiasm , and for live minutes lie was unable to spoilt tor thoelieeilng , When order had been iiMoiod he said : All thought and action follow certain lines fiom ti.iining. and attei a time these lines become set and aio only changed w Itli gtcat dltllcnltv. Wnerc no cliange is attempted , we h ivo but to follow the line of the p ist to disunoi the dluetion Hi it will ho pursued In the fntnte. bo with thohisloiiesof paities ; vvhcie their nlatfoims icmaln the same , wo can onlj juilite ot their luturo usetulnoss by what thci have accomplished In the past. The p-uty now in power in tills land has wiitten its history. After nearly twentv-Iivo vearsot supiemacv , tl.at naity was relieved In 1SOI , and lo-div hat ono meabino enactid in accord w 1th Its hnanelal police lemalns on the statute hooks , to-vv It : the independent tieasin.v sjstem. Its linauclal dogmas m.iin- tallied then nnd advocated now , have all been abandoned by the countij. Tlio pet doetilno ot this domoc'iatie puty , vvhicli it still f.imtlcallv clln s to state sovcici.n'iy ' went djvvn in a w.u vv.u'ed bv the sonthein half of tlio puty , lucked bv the sympathy and assistance ot tlieli noithetn allies. At tliociosi'ot this disastioiib nde , wlien the republican paity CAMI TO Tin : itFsrun of our goveinment , lauldly lulllnz into a state ot ( lisMlution. they lound that the tunnel xl and tailtl policy ol tlieir de- leated opponents Ind brought tlio counts to its lowest level , without credit at Iiome 01 abroad. C"itdnl > theio is : naualit In this record of demociatic control to Tnspiio the hope tint its niesent course In the manage ment of the government will Impiove. The lepiimlcan paitywas deteitoJ In the last election foi the icason tint the demo cratic mity had foi twenty peisistentlv made all mannei of iintounded chaises ot de linquency ii | theadnnnistiation ol the allaiis ot the govcinnlont until the cry was i.iiscd by agieat many pfojilo foi a change tor the pm- pose ot aseettaijiiiii : tiio tintli or falsity o tlie accusatioiii The democratic ) ) .nty en tered upon their senreh with an eainest zeal , Inspiied by jealous malice and a longing de- slroto fasten upon the lopublican pirty the same character ot coiruptlou in the admln- istiatlon ot the goveinment as had maikcd theli ow n iv inu * . After niost mlnnto and lialnstaklnirexaminatiolt of every transaction ot the Koveinmont for tlftx last Ivvcnty-llvo jeais. the old domociatio phity , disappointed aud dishcii tuned , snaillngly admit that tlie iccoidot tlie republican piity. for pin ity and olliclal imegritv , is the marvel of tlio woild. ContiolIIng tins government dm ing a time when the most stupendous collections and dlsbuisiiients of money vvero made of any time dining Us history , no man can point to abinglo < * ase where tiio govoinment was de- tiauded tliat the defaulter was not pinsued , and tlio cases of actual loss to tlm govein ment aio so inio thai they can bo enumerated on the lingeis ot my hand. The peicontago ot loss dimngtho lepnblicin admlnisliation will defy comp.iilf.oii vvltli tlio history of ; any goveuimcuton eaith. * When the republican paity assumed con trol ot the goveiinnent , vvo established a BJ stem - tem of cnrienoy that avoided nil the evils ex perienced under Hie democratic theinj. The national banking system , tlio child of the 10- imblican piity , is constantly threitonedby demosiatic onpooitlon and should bo lestoied to thocaioof thearty ) of its invention. The iminenco capital Invested In the banks and the % ast amount of tholr loans and assets would icndei any radical chnngo in the s\h- lem Inimical to the consei vatlvo business in- teieste ot the whole country. AVe lind tlio dtmociatlc party leadyatall times to sel/o upon any quack system ot finance for the paymontortho public debt , that promises destruction to otn ciedlt and our honor In thofutuie. At tlio same tlmo it blttoily op poses ev cry adv anced btcp taken by our party and when wo made our emiency equal to coin wo had lo overcome tholr blttei opposi tion. bo theli oi ] | )3lllon extended to all thogieatnioasuiespionoood by thoicnubll- can patty , Tiir.TAitirr. They hav o evei ojiposed our tariff system , and 1 dosiio to discuss this tarilt question in a plain , common-sense , and buslness-liko nnnncr. Ipiomlso tondvanco no theoiles , but simply lecail to you minds hlstoiicai fact , mm leave them to justify my t.u ill con victions. lama tarlft nnn irom ptinciplo , and what led to my convictions 1 propose hi Icily toiIUonss. Immediately after the formation of our pie-eat goveinment , and , IB the second act of the lederalcongiess , a tariff hill was passed and signed by lieotgo Washington , which de- claied in Its pieamblo that biich a measure vvasi "neccss.uy" tor tlio "discharge of the debts ot the United States , and tlm encoui- agemenl and piotection of inaiiiitactiiros. " IJy a study of the commercial history of our country , ! ilnd this political measuio followed bv an unnsnal business activity , and a lapld incicaso in the number of our manu- laetnics. I'lloi to the i evolution , yon will remember. It had been the policy of Kimland to CWHII run nisi.va of the colonies , and that this was ono of the leading causes of the wai for Independence. Thosoiar-seoliigstatesindu tlio ir.imeis of onrcoiibtltntlon and orgnnl/ers ot our uov- ernment icadlly pGicoTml the necessity foi fostering our in intifacturers and protecting our labor , In order to m.Jo ( Ihocountry solt- sustainlng. This system worked so wall that at the next congress the 'luw ' was extended. The niospcrity of the people continued , and In IbU they were enabled to sustain ) them selves In the war waged vvltli Ihuland , and win tlio victory. Immediately lollowlng this war thoLngllsh mutclianU attempted , by n concerted plan , to glut tlm American market with manufactured goods nnd force tlio sus pension of out niamitncturoiH. oven at atom- poiiirylo s to themselves , that their haivust might ho ( ho richer when their competition In this country hud beciVbinken down. The bchemo failed , owing to the piompt action of coiiL'iess in enacting Iho uillf law of 1810 , which Ibieally tlio basis of our American system of piotection. ( Apaln , rofenlng to our commercial hlstorr , I find this period maiked bv the IncieasQU jnospeiity ot tlie people. TiiU was followed In 1W1 and lb2 j by laws extending the scope of the tailft acts already on the btiunto books. Uut now came a division In the previous almost unanimous sentiment of the country In lofeionco to piotcctlon. The south , fosturliiit slavery , had devoted nil her energies to making that tr.iflie profit able , and had not keptpieo with the north In advancing htu manufactures. She saw with jealous eye tlio iiulejiendent position attained by the north thiougl ) hut vailed In- dustires , and Instead of dibcernliitrthoie.il reason for their bluggard paeo , the leaders ot the south Bi.iznn UI-OK TUB as the cause of tlieir condition. Such a clamor came fiom the south for frtotrado that thu tariff intn consented to acompio- inlse and passed the act of 1 U3 , which mod ified the existing law , ' 1'ljls action was l by thoeiaft of Hie bouthern leaders Inc'onsollJatiu' ' their ixoplo tiix > n the Iwo doctri'ies of fcUUo's ilthta nnd ficotiade. Hut as all coinpromliOt , l-avo c\crpiu\uu , this one was a failure , and whllo it gave n , sct-lnck to our tapldly Increasing lntee < ts of the north , was not satisfactory to the southeiners , who oenlv | ) u-belled In South Caiollna. lint pto-ldont .Jackson eon quelled this dlstuituneo , and the free- trade advocates claimed to be satisfied with the Clay commomlso of 1s- * ! , which was n sqmro biefc llown fiom the ml- \anced piHltlon occupied bv the tarilf men , and proved a costlv blunder. Our liidu ttles weio from that tlmo on the w ne. and the commeiclat dlstressof KIT Is tiaeeiblo to this compromise. 'I ho advocates of free ttado , ha\in seemed full power , throiuh the aldct the kindled doctilnes of state's liglitsand sliveiv. In 1MO passed the tieetndoaet of that year , and then followed biich financial junlcand huslne.ss depression as this coun try had never experleined. The furnaces of I'ennsylv uil.i ceased to bum , the rich moiin- t.ilnsi weio no longer mined , and the giow- ingnianutactuios of the state worepiMlwcd. Infant Indnstiy , thil requited tlio watchful cuoof a piotectlng government , was inth- lessly destroyed bv the adoption of this free- tnulo heix-sy. Hut In Ml lh lemibllcin pul.I'lino into powei , honing upon Its vic torious humor the magic Insciiption of the gloilons ttinltv , . t VI I \ , riJI I DOM. VN'I ) VI10TITTIOX. With tills eiy had the vlctoiv of been wim. and light noblv did the puty pie ceed to impiess the o doetilnes upon tlm policy of the goveinment. llj the genius ol the iepiibllc.ni paitv tlie tailff actnl 1NJ1 was passed , and out sleeping eneiglos weio at once aioiiscd , and the dlveislliod Indns- tnesol tliecountiy w eio once moie cherished and fosteicd. Whatn contrast did our condition piesent to that of the conlcderaev dtirlm : the four nnd a hilt veusof strngu'Ie. In opposition to oin policy of protection , tlio contedeiato constitution deflated in Mellon S : "Congress shall have power to hij and collect taxes , duties , Imports , anil excises , lei levenuu necessary to n.iy the debts , piovldo foi tlio common defense , and cairy on the eovein- ment of the Confedeiato btatos ; but no bounty hhall bo gianted outol the tieisiny , 1101 shall any duty or tax on Impoitattons fiom forelirn nations bo laid to piomoto 01 tostei any branch of Indnstiy. " blneo then the democratic platforms have lollowed in theoiy and almost in wouls tlio eonfed- eritoconstUution on this subject. Ity tins policy , which they would have loiced upon the government , they were lelt In aneilectlv dependent condition , so tar as nunnlacturod aitlcles weiecoiiceined , and they hid abso- luleh but few m.inutactnies until the block ade was established , Tlm union blockade served the purpose ol a piohlbltoiy tat 111 and 1 010 'd the eneigles ol the southern peonlo to boexeited in the dhettlonot manutactiiilug. Un Ilio othei hand , the noith dining tlio vv.u , and the whole country since , nmlei the wise policy of the American piotootlvo taulf , has m ule lapid stiides along the road of piosper- itv in the dliectlon of peacoand plenty . And in spite ol the vast destruction ot piopeily and slninkago in values consequent upon a Kieat w , ir , our aecumul itlons in this connti v have moio thaw ticbled since iscxj , when the airgtoiatlon or wc.iltli fiom the tlio time the I'ilgiims lust landed was S1IUUUOOQOUO. bmely we must look lorsoiiR > ciise foi this \astincreasoovei and bevond the natural ciowthot the country. Will any onosiy tl'.itpimi lo IbliO onr ] ) coilo weie not as in telligent , weio not as eneiiretic as now1/ Certainly not. lint the genius and eneigy of tlio Amcricui people needed to bo dliected : theii one-time teebloelloi Is requited piotee- tion , and the statesmanship ot tlio iejuibllc.ui jurty gave that dhection and pioteclloi , . Andtodayyoui polls nmv be closed to the woild , and you may bo denied communion with all mankind , and yet the Ameiican people can live in comtoit , ease , and cle- K.iuce. Itmavbo well for your peonlo to In- qulio as to the bcnehts they have iccelvcd undei the i'itoricTixo : c.vitn or TIIU rAiurr since IbGl. In I'cnnsvlvania the iHimbci of monufac- tm ing establishments in 1830 was Ui.ao.1 ; in lSM.31 ) , ' . > i'i. Capital invested in l&CO. j , 11)0- ) , UV3 , ' 04 ; In 18S ) . 174,4 ! T. ( ) ' ) . ) . Hands employed in 150 , 24i : ; jn ibso , .iST.lia. Wages inid in 1600 , SOMW.IGS ; in IbbO. S13-1.0" , : ! . Val ue of pioilucts in IbOO , S"JO,1'J1,1S8 ; In 18H ) . § 744,74'5,0n. Numbers of acres in taiinsand values in ISfiO , 17ir. ( ,110 acres : valued at 50GJ,059,70r ; in IbSO , ' 0,000,45.5 ncios : valued at5H7V'bO,4lO. In connection with thn dis cussion of tlio Intel ests of join state I deslio also to show what the juotectivo taiiff lias done for mv own state ot Illinois. Wo nave ton manufactiiilng counties which piodiice S.ilO.ooo.OOO.and ninety-two non-minufactiir- ing counties which piodiice 874,000,000. The aveia.ro value of 1 ind in the manufactniinit counties Is S4U'0 ' vei acie , and the non-iiiaiinfactinlng counties is S3. ' . These liJiurcs are only pro duced to show Ilio Increase in the value of l.u m lands neat nnntifactinini : tow ns.w hero a homo mat kct Is furnished the taimei toi his jiroduct1- . Under our system of piotection , taimpindnctsaro to day higliei , wlnle manu.- factmed goods arc low ci than in ibOi ) . Tlm wages ot laboi arc Increased , w hllo the eostot manutactuicd articles Is diminished , and oni anninl accumulations amount to 85 pei cent , of the jnotlts of tlio whole world , and our jieoplo aio In the best possible condition. Contiast tills lesiiltof the twenty -lour ye.us ol republican stewaidshlp with tlie mi > erablo recoidof the demociatic party up to 1N.O , when out tieasmy was nearly bankiupland thocommciclal Inteicsts ot the countiy weie nt the lowest ebb. The goveinment was toict'd to botrovv money at an uxoibitant late of interest , and distiess pievalled oveiy- wheie. What benefits li no acciued to the wliolocountn arorcall/ed only by the con templation ot thc'bO ligincs. IIESUMS or IIIK rnoiieTivr. : &YSTI.V. In IbV ) the capital Invested in manutac- tuins in ( ho United States did not amount to one thlid of what Ib at present invested. The advance of wages iioin IbOO to IBbO Is ir.O poi cent ; Incieaso In number ol hands cmploved. 10b per cent. The excess In tlio amount of wages piht at piesent above tlio amount they wouldiecetvoattho i.itu niid In inijy isovei one hundied and sixty million dollais. The value of jnoperty accumiilatud In the United btateup to IbtVJ , including slaves , was S14- OJ'J.OOO.OJO. ' in ibiO the aggiegated valuoof piopeity wasSH.OOO.OOJ.OO' huiiu'an Inciu.i&u of srJO.OOO.OJO.OU ) in twenty yeais. In twenty yeaisof lejiuiillean rule tlieso uie.it develop ments have ticen biouglit about iindoi the icpuhlicaii-Ameiican jiollcy , In contiadls- llncllon to tliedcmociatiCrKngllbli lieotiado 01 "tautl for icvenuo only. " Whether wo can sa\ this vast giowfh , accumulation , and development Is altogether attnbiitablo to the lopublican path 01 not , it Is evident that llioli system of linaiiconnd tholr tailll pol icy give oncoin.igemonl to the peoulo at homo and ahrmdlor investment nnd the ot- eiclf.0 of their gicatest eneiclea.oiit of which giew an Inspiration Hint led the people with gigantic stiides 10 the attainment of the gieatness , power , wealth and glory ot this gieat icpubhc. if the people aio irolnir to outer upon the domoeiatie-Kngllsh policy heicaltet as hettei than the immbllenn- nmurlcan jiolley , would It not bo will for thorn to ellect aiul ask themselves the ques tion whether under demociatle inlo this countrv has over advanced on any line vvhat- cvei.olther In wealth , Intelligence 01 indi vidual national power , as eompaied with thusocnnililoiia ; under lepubllcaii admlnis- tratlony At the end of thoiepubliean mlo wo lound ovoiywhero In this land peace , happiness , and.'piosnciity , and shall wo ah union a policy tliat has bioudit thls.ihoutV Will the faimeis demand tlmt out maniifac- turcs bo shut down , and theli liome-maiket dojlioyod' ? Will the operatives of this countiy bo BO 1IMMITOTIIKIK t.VTIIIIKSia as by theli votes to help lutaln In now or a paity tliat attempted to dcstioy the business of their employ eroV With the hlstoilos and accomplishments of these two paities con- Hasted , why hesitate In deciding which shall control oin state and national goveinment , What Is there In tlio men or methods of the democratic party to liidplro conlidenco or tutstV Who believes that a congieaslonal session will cvei close wltliont an attempt being made by the democutlc party todu- stioy out tailff sybtemV And shall the Si,000OOO.OCO : invested in manufactures , and the S,7W,003 of opeiatlves. bo loft tothe mercy of the tariff tlnKuiH of the democratic patty ? It has been liuiiucntly assorted by the dum- ociiitlo pirty that om eommercu buffered un der republican inle. That has been pioved over and over again to bo absolutely untrue. Our cxpoi ts since IbOl hav o amounted to ov ei fcr,000OCO,000 , or one-third moro under twenty-four yearn of republican lido than the exports had heretofore aggiceatcd. Thedemociaey iKiioiantly confounded our commcreo with onrcairylng tiado , undhavu ilemoiistratcd their ability or ) al ; of ability to incraiso that trade by theli coinsoHlnco they have controlled the national admtulslia- tion. Ono of the lliot acts o ! this adiuinistia- tiou was to crush aud deatioy thuumt man who lind undo It possible for Amcrlein plnt ; to compcto with the world. N'ot atls- lied with the stinging blow , n demoeialle postmaster geneiat Impudently lolu od to j > iy the mall subsidy voted by concurs for the transportation ot malls In Ameriein ships , nnd allowed our malls to bo rained in foreign bottoms. The denioei itlc pitty lids hidcontiol of this goveinment dining one session of eonmess , and witnnv falily jndw of It bv Us winks , i hat p.utv came Into power on the ptoniNo to iidmlnlsler this cov- einment moie ( connmlcallv than tin1 lemib- Mean paity had , mil to collect abuses that had crept Inlo the public eivlee. win ni mi m i\iin : xrr ofpeonomv. nnd whit abuses have been cor rected. This JIMI eongiess appiopriilul millions ot doihns ni'iio than the ieiubllean | piity has apmopilalod foi sevenl v oils , and then Iney did notappiopilatewitlnn millions of what tlio deimuntie estlmito callen lor. Wo were piomNed a n.ivv.but no slen nns been taken for the lulllllment of that prom ise , but the time of the session was ) enl In an Ingloiions attempt todestiov out protec tive tariff. The eonntrv has been seaiched for men to lepiosoiit us alnoid , whoso only object a few veils ago w is to destiov this goveinment. We have been hanassed with pettv quaiiels with fotelgn nations , and the uilmiuMia- tliiii has lulled to show any nei\oln demand- liU'tlio ilulits of Ameiloin eltl7en . Tills eonstitnles the lecoid ot the piesent admin- Istiation , andlllsn lair average of demo- cr.isk btitesinaiislilp nnd ability , is theio anvtlilng in Ihis showiin : that tends lo con vince tlie mind of tlie wisdom of continuing tills partv In powei ? Thlsiidmlnistiallon lefii'ed lo npurnvo the few blllstli.it weie passed to lelleve tlie pool soldleis vho weie unable to make the tech- nicil piool leqiihed bv the deputmciit. as man.v ol them aie not , but who havoiccclvcd injiules , severe and tiouhlesomo ; Injinles iuiddlso.i < soc 3iittaetcd in them my. \et , be- cuisethe in oof did not come up to the stand- mil , thoadminlstiatlon savs he cannot allow clnnlty tobtep In the way ot duty , 'ihlslsa voiy stiaime position toi thoadminlstiatlon to lake. Is tlieie no such thlngas chiiitv In a goveinment ? Istheeold inlo to be applied to ovorv hum in being who Is nnfoitunate and cannot make the exact ev idence lequh ed by the statutes , 01 Is It a tact tint thoyovern- ment should leach out the hand ot clmitv and assist the pool unfortunate men who piesorved It as a natioiii' Will the ndmlnis- ttatlonsiy that ehailly did not stop In the vvav of dutv when thousindsot dollais were nppiopuitcd lei the lellel ol the sulleiers tioin tlio floods of tlio Mississippi and Ohio liveis ? ws mi r.r Ar. . v.w maklnc it Incumuont on the goveinment to do this'.1 Was it not an act ot chanty ? Will he say that while ho extended ehaiity to u peison who failed topeilonn his duty in tlio sen Root his countiy , and clilmed to nut a cliaiHableconstinctlon uiion his act , wlllho siv he cm not do that when u jxioi unloitu- nato soldlui askslho smielavoi extended to him. Is this the iiolicv of this admlnslra- tlon ? \ \ Idely doeit dllfei liom the senti ments ot Mi. Lincoln , when lie expiesscd the noble thoiuht , "With mallco tow aid none : with ehaiity foi all. " Thochailty tint this idminiotiation seems to extend , Is e'xtumle'd to the who weie the enemies of the countiy , ami not thoao wnoweiuits fi lends. vVlmt will Pennsylvania do ? Will she elect hei state ticket 01 will she do as once beloie , let tills l.uge lepnUieui majoiitybo liltteied away to nothing. General Ueaver , who Is join candidate lor goveinor. Is an able man , a gentleman , and an honest man , and ceitalnly It Is not to his dlscidit that ho was a bi.no and gallant soldloi , and lost ono of his limbs while leading the I'ennsvhania bovs to victoiy against the e who woietiying to destroy tins goveinment. llo now matches loith on twoeiutche' ; . Is tli.it to bo despised , or Is It to his ciedit ? I theio no longer sompatliy , no lonnui giatltudc In the bie.iits of the American people ? I balievo theio is , and that the gratitude of the people ot Pcnnsvlv.inla A 111 assert Itself In the .No vember elections , and place as uhlel magis trate of the Riont state ono of the noblest ! > 0iis , Ucneial Ce.r.or. UMTfiD LAIJOK UlSUMTCl ) In a llfi ChiciiKO CCMIV ontinn Corrupt Tnctios or Jlelojuitpi. CIIICAOO , Sept. 2.1. The Cook County United Labor convention hadanc.xccedlngly stoimy session listing ne.nly fem hours this altcinoon and nccomjilrxlipd nothing. A dcteimined effort was inndo on the pait of the oulsideis to ciptmo the con tention , and the attempt cilled foith an equally determined elfoit to prevent Its success. It was only possible in Ilio lour houis' session to elect a temporary chanman and get Ihiough a motion to adjourn. Two horns weio consumed In the lollcall lortem- poiary chaiunan , Charles 0. DKon being llnally declaiod eloeted. Thcio weio 741 del- ocates In the hall , rully Hvo hundred per sons to whom no tickets had been regularly Issued , oceuled seats Intended tor delegates , Seveial of the delegates , ills abseiled , weio pirtles to a scheme to eaptino the conven tion. 11 Is declined that each of these men nltui golns in ihcmsolVcs , cilled the tickets ot ns manv othei delerates as possible nnd then going out dlstilbuted the cauls amonc mitsldei s. This piocess w as rnpe.ucd until yoo bpmions delegate's woie Inshlo and nttemptliu tocauy all viva voce votes their own way. The convention was declared adjourned , subject to the call of the tempoi.ny chaliman. Ho will piobibly reassemble the convention Tuesday. The follow ing persons vvero ofll- rlallv admitted as spectators ; Captain W. ] ' . IJIack and Mr. .Solomon , two ot tlm lavv- jerfi wlio comiueted the delenso of the amuehlslbti" . W. P. Ulack , Mis. 1'aisons and Mis. Ames. ' 1 lie committee ot twenty-one , tiom whom the call toitholiboi convention emanated , met to nlghl and decided that It had povvci to bir out of the convention all delegates consldcicd by the commltteo to bo antagonistic to Ilia nomination of a full , Independent ticket , 01 union , Xo. 14 , KnUlits ol Lab > r , local assem blies 1MO ami ( iUr , ami btitioiiary engi neers No , ii. ! . vveio theieupon depiived of any lopiesujitatlon whatevei. The ic-piu- Funtallon of tlm Typogiaphlcal Union , htieet cu dilveis nnd hod c.uileiwas i educed about two Ihhds. This action Is claimed bv the committee to lellevo the movement of dele-nates , who weio nmlei the contiol of politicians In tlio two leadiui ; political piitles , The delegate * who were shut out , asseiton the othei hand thai this action places thnconvcntlon In the hands of the socialists mid ladlcal elumuutot the Knlghtd of Laboi. All A-inorlcan OfTcn I'roposod ICulcrH October ! ! Klecliou D.iy , boi'iA. So . ii'i. [ Now Yoik Herald Ca- b'o ' Special to the J5ui.J : Mumbeis of the Xruicoll paity aio dUcnsslng picpiiallons for the iccoptlon ofjeiioial K'nulb.us. it being now clear that the niiiltaiy will not take pait , the projected demoiutiatlon promises to bo a great fhibco. SOFIA , bept. 25. it Is stated that when Prlnco Aloxandoi was still In power .Mr , Mackay , the American millionaire , offered to advance a lauo loan to the Bulgarian gov ernment. Thunsnortlon Is nmdo In political circles that the giand bobiaulo will elect King Charles of Koummiia Piinco of linlgaiia , in lewaid for Iloumanla'rt recent trlondly attitude. The election of Kinc Chirlus will , It Is thought , boagiecabo ! to beivla becauBo it will bo calculated to icallie the loimatlon of u lialknn fedeiatlon. It Is luithei nsseited that If the powers do not accept King Allko Pasha , or ono of the Orleans pilnc.es , 01 as a final rosoit , the UusKlan gen- eial. Ignntleir , will bo pioposed. The htato ot the sle-j ( will bu raised on thed of Octubei HO that the elections may bu held. Democrats. IH'iu I.VOTOK , la. , Sept. 25. The demo cratic county convention held .In tills city this afteinoon was the I.u0'e.st , most h.union- Ions and enthusiastic for yens. A Ktrun ; ; county tkket was noiiunaled and a te'ohi- tion , iiluik'ln _ ' an Incu-ascd inaji rlty lot Hall for congioss In this county , was passed by n rising vote , LANDED ON AMERICAN SOIL Justin McCarthy , Author , Lecturer and Nationalist , Arrives in Now York AND TALKS ON IRISH AFFAIRS. What the Oic-nt Irish Commoner Haste to Sny on Ki'cont Kvcittn In Kngtaml and the I'rob * nblo Outcome. MrCnrtlij In Ainorlen. Nrw YOIIK , Sept..Justin .McCarthy , whomrlvod hero this nftoinoon on thn White btar steamer Htlttatilo , was met down the hay bv a committee of i oeoptlon on the lovenue cutter. The cnmmlttu eiceted Mc Carthy coullalh. who was pleased to meet them. The cammltttv consisted of Colonel Cavanatigh , Williim Lane O'Xolll and \VII- llamU. Clniko. McCarthy Is a mlddlo si/ed man with tloild complexion and sandy gray boaid. llo slid that ho oamoovciItli Mr. and Mis. Caniiholl | 1'iaede , and had n delight- luljomnoy. I lo talked freely , nnd said In leuaid to the defeat of Gladstone's homo ntlo mcMsmothatlio was qnlto mopued for It and was Miipiisod that thoio was not n gioatoi majoilty against It. The people vvcto now anxious to see what Chamberlain will do. Ho did not th'nk ' tlmt JlmtliiKton had can led ns many with him as It vv.is thought hoonld do , and ho believed It would ho found that the secessionists would fallnway faun thoinnksot Sall'-buiy ' when they lonnd that they hid locelvcd no ap pointments. It eviction was pressed in ho- land ho thought thuiu might bo individual distmbanoos heto .mil thuie , but theio would bo no organised political tumbles , because tholiish pcoplo utidoistood luo position of ntfalis perfectly. As to the snppiusslon of the \atioiu ! league , th'it ' could inner take place , bceitise ! t was an Ung- lish as well as an It Mi Institution , and would icqnlio an act ol piili.uncnt to biinu this to ji.iv * , which would boa\ery dinicult nci'oiuplMimont , ns thoiinmbeiod elu'hty six home ntlers and would bo smeto haven peat miny uidicils with them. Iheio h.id boon something s-\ld nbonl an oiunnl/ctt attempt on lielialt o ! the Iiish people-to avoid p.iyiiigtheii lent. He did not behovo tliat auythliuol the kind would oeeni. Of oomso In some eases ti w.is Imposslblo foi the peop'o to pij then lent , as they weio \Mtliont moans. In speaking iihont tlm .ippointment of a eommi-slon to inmiiio as to the tenuie .ind pmeliaso of land in lio- l.ind , mentioned In the one-en's speech to- d.u , lie said th.it was olio ot the m my ways the tones h.ul of evading the question , and thatltonli meantadela\ cn.iblo them to foimulato some delinito plan lei dealing with the lush question , llo spoke ol Ilia lecont deloat In Deiiv , and said the case would come up lei he.nlng betmo Justice 0 Iiilcn , who was an oncmto the eaiiso of homo nde. he having been defeated bv , i fiienil ol I'm nt'Il's In a contest at Knnis. " As toliisietuin to Kuiopc , McCuthy said lie intended to bo tnck foi the opening of. iMillament on thodtli of iVbruaij. Ho had not como heioon nnj political mission of any kind , hut to give polltlial Icotines foi his on pin po-e. Ho had como as a lilciary man rather thin a politician , and Intended to kctuioon "Tlml nglish House of Parlia ment , " "The lilsh National Cause , " "Eng lish Politics , " and ono 01 two otliei subjects , and endeavor to gi\o tlio Ameilcan people a 1air\lewot things on the other sldo. The IrMi people , lie added , lelt per fectly satisfied with the del eat ot Gladstone's me.isnio , and seemed disposed to call It \ictoiyratlicrlhandc- - fe.it , foi when they commenced the light eight years ago they h.ul hut eight or nlno homo inleis while when they walked with ( iladstono to the house ol commons last Muieh they hud Ml. llo bclio\ed that if the piesent government e.inicd out Loid Cainavon's jl.ui they would bo In power toi a long time. Lord Itandolph Chnichlll would , ho believed , bo educated to homo inlu. Ho wasnvoiy clevei voung man , and a ttoop thinker , although but a school boj in many ol his ways. McCailhy bpoko of the admliation which ( iladstono and I'ainoll had foi cicli other , And said Painell believed implicitly in ( iladstono's power to give the isibh peonlo what they sought If holivod. RANKS AM ) 1JOND.S. Treasurer < 7ord.in TlilnkN Ihu IIoiul C.illri Will Cause \VUliiIraivalH. . Ni vv YOIIK , Sept. SpocIalTelcgtam [ to the Hi.i : . ] A Washington special to the Snn says : Ticasmei Joulan , leteiring ycsteiday to the alleged lineal of hoveral national banks to vvllhdraw fiom the national foank- Inghjslom , bald : "Vou can lest aviiucd no hink will cany enl that thicat. 1'iist , be cause the situation ( o them Is not at all htiln- gent , and the > aio In no danger of being dilven to thowall , 01 even ciamped by tlieso bond calls. Kecondl } , because theio aiono slate law snnik'i which these banks can re- oigani/opiolilibly. It any ot the states had laws under which they might issue emiency theio might lo ) bomo temptation to them to get out of the sv tein. although 1 doubt I theli elicnlatlon would ho accepted geneially. 1 am inullneil to bcllcvo that these lianks would not lei a good deal lese their Hiatus as national banks lot the len.-on that much of. their business would go to the lumainlngna- tional bankh. ' 1 Ids would lie especially the case wltli small doposltois , whoso busplclons nio easily aroused and to whom the woiU "national" In a bink'.s tltlo IMS always Keemedagicat piotection lei the small In- veitmonta. Again , money now commands ri and C per cent , and banks cannot alloid to lethe theii circulation when It Is as v.dn.ihlo as tint. 'Ihcio novel was n tlmo when the binks weio making as much money as now. II money weio aa cheap as it was some months ago , thcio might bo fcome sense In these lepoita , but It is nont > enso to talk ol It now. " It Is rumored at tlm ticasury depaitment that the loirod substltutlim ol olhei bonds foi the called i ! tier cents , will nut bo piiihcd vci > rapidly and that plenty of llmowlil bo civ en binks to make the change. Called bonds deposited by banks will bo the last to bo taken ill ) foi liquidation , and no bank will bo crippled bj these calls. Ktilko. Sept. 25. f.New Yoilc Herald rablo-Spcclal to the ltii : | A stiiko has commeneid at Mnntlgny on the .Sambio , ami alMaiclnelle , In the samu pin- vince , simllai to tlmt at thaileiol , vvhkh was madu thohconoof pillage and IncondmrlMn lastiMaich , The ] iiesent btilkeis , Imitating the demaniK already loinnilated by a mass meeting of laboieih holoio the commission of liiqulr ) on the laboi question , exact ! . .00 c. a day , which would constitute a Kie.it In- cieaso on the piesent wages. It Is not yet ilullnltcJy known wholhei thin stiiko wilt be come geneial , hut foaisaio enteitalned that it w 111 assiimo akirmln A Itatlier hi fii y ItuHer , SIMS Uak. , faept. 2. " > . -AH the miners ot the ollH.'ln 1'acltie Coal company btinclc to-daj on account of YJto President Unllet'H oidei that cmploj en should sign acontiactto foi felt all pu > duo , on violation of any uf. thoromjiany inlos. The btrlkcm aie prom * Ihi-d aid fiomTembdllne , and It Is thought the dilUtnlties al tliiit point nmv boiLpeatcd lit-ie. Joli for a TJOI ( I. VIKNSA , Sept. ! ir . Theio Is good author- Hyior tlio sl.iti ment that Loid ldIet > lMg'i , Itnllsli fondgn hecietai v , U ti \ Ini ; to effect a ieaijroichment ) between Kbrvla , Uulgailn , ( iicecc and Tuikey , and hopes that Austria will I ivoi BUI h an alliance , ilui tdim.ition of whu'h is cunsiiUrel pii'-bible owing lo the ne- ic ily if tun It u alii t a common Inva- dn. It' t' o 1,1 1 the enl > Eciio'i ' d'IIle 'lty wM U" lolmlU'tiMtte to jotu ihu ailuilci\