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HjfAffA. Mlllfaria m v-i. . - flt'NDAY _ . , AlOHNING . , . SEPTEMBER 27 , ISOl-SlXTEEN * PAGES. % JMBER 101. LMM , * * * * J * , . , * * ' 'ftttftftftt ft * a-isaa * * + ' < § % % * IMt HN > lfff U ftbOUt BW n wff"i At . < M t - * tVKtt tt Ik * H * > t * it t * * ( \ Mm * Ml rt * MI nilll | , * M > I 4 tt < m Bf , " 'tid Itr > . * I ttf4 * Miti * rtru mil fur * f IM < < ufiitt \w4fMM * * * % In li * * > TIM Mil Wtw ld 1 < H IMflMf lll * InltllAMI , lull II rrwfc lralN ly In Ihn t It * wmpwror volunttir- i I It" WfcM th tlor < w win Is. t t AMrtmn | i rlc In IVMeon - ' Itartfc , " ( CttanwUor IIUmimiK M ku imw * Iftat AmarUHii lioijt with triehhiix itml tlinl Ii4 t iirnduet * . Tin1 IM vviu l u l ( or HID nolo IntormM bv Uut oxelu lon by lik'li ilullo % thin aril- 1 ( ' Ot UiHOmtot fowl proM - I > M * IntmiM ) within tliu ' n MlHUtr > eoulit inucli hiuo ir feotil I bo r | MVil of duties ) mutter , " ri | vonlcd Dr. I mtii lo tMrHod thtoiiuh ti iA # , itml tu iipponiMil , under the 1 ' | ii aMnk , will mivko u vnrorous Ilitht , * ' . ( n MMU m of the reiclmtng this ' i w H * would tmrry the dny niul A i H > igtttta iltlltrii svllhlH n fo'Veokn In ! r tor > f > r lmiinr ; nnd I do not ' I lh * * f tt t Kruln dulliM until i ! tw it lltrt nnd death 1 * IM Junker * , ' " txiiiiiinicd > With M r t ( Mtwl ( MtMtns M ho nrtt * i < 4 IK 4r MMMO * nmt lr > Intf lo hold on which tor li UNT AM vorth to hWIt ly U. ' 1 Mr , w U | tH l. ( bnr * llmr. w their -4 * 4 NMU4 I . U MM In turn ! . . * .h i * M. RfWf fll L 'i 'W TW" the nil nriit < tfin pi * > ineit | t | t * ( IMI | on ti ! to tw ( W-1 ffMl rtfB # 811 . Jtpfl.lor . / , Wi * fWflln IMfM ift tlffliii | > illljr itml flf tlitfrn nf flur- 'run < iriwi nillw.tr t\ .l . Ml thi f Hljr mi tliu tliurtl rtl WJ I1U Ill-Wt- rlly lomtiilny | nn w.io . um y lht'lly ( iiiiiltir illi-dullon of utroot , jml lu iiilunl mlilltlottnl oinploy. rt < * nl to lilht inmi. AllhmiKh the nrutiMltion illil mil onirrj1 U ilrww oilln xrnni < lu ii of In t rmllrij ( Inform Ulon miicornltiK tlm wi y nml innnin of the city niul th ooiiioluiitiout rnni iiMin'Uml liy itniMloipil onii-ort In the itmnnKiiiitmil of cltv nlTulrt. On tlih Hcnro Atiiurlonn city oniolitU , unit ( Mi > icially the city uniclitlt of Uitiiiliii , hitva n Kront donl to lonrn. .11 nir.in i.iMn.innt'Minc\ \ ' . I'IIIMVali * Mliidfiim Ilclnt : linpoNod on liy t'iiHcriitiiloiin | \ \ omen. Nrw Hvxr.v , Conn , Sept. 'JO.- While the Klnilonts of Yiilocrounjoylns their summer vacation tholr latulliiillui got together and Ilia lu.Milt Is a ro ular llrst-cluss boarding homo trust. Now the students l.SW of thorn are taek uiul watorlni ; plnco prices confront thoiu. There U coustornatlon on thi ) cuiupus nnd the air Is tilled with nnntli- oinns , anil the laniliaolos of Nou Haven are the ciuisu of It. They roqult-o that the student must pay an nvoraKo of ? 7 per week , while if bo is nt nil fastidious and wanta a few of the comforts of homo he must surrender J > , $9 or oven flO of his father's hard earned money once a \\ook. There are very fevv roitaurants at all do- Iralilo and the students nro nt the mercy of the Inndlailict The price since lust year has rlimi at least fen nn nvoniKe , and this inuans much to hundreds of students. Be- sldoi this matter of table board thcro is the inntlur of roomt. Oil the campus there nro hutL'i'iU ruoms , and for these thcro nro over MX ) ncadomlo notltlonors. The result Is that hi'txvuoti < 00 nnd ( > O ) nro obliged to throw thonnolvos upon the town. Room * tun where ncitr the campus hnvo rlnun iMiormotiilv In price. There are many ImtntuM'j of from i > \ to ? ) being chnrBCd for roomn little InrgJf than n good sized state room on a < ound boat. Tlio student who Is not \\iMiltliy must practically live In the nulinrhs. ' 1 tm faculty are powerless. They say the college U iwor nnd the only solution Ill's In donations of thieo or four new dorml- lorii's by the wealthy alumni. It is likely limnllt lie n coinlilned iiotitlon to the fac ulty from nil the ( lopnrtmunts for nn catinc "ouj.mon * ' ; slmilur to these malntalnod nt llM-.nrd , whpie , by co-operation , the stu dent * nro fed vtry well nt n prlco which m > < r KIHIS nbovo ft n weolt. A builitlng for ncli n purpose will ooii no nvullublo , as the old tryintiiiiluin will soon bo given up. in : HMA tr.it in mi : . < 'oiulncl nl' a ainiiVI ) Wn \ \ I'llfJ Ill'lilfc. H u r , til , Sept. W .Vows has been re- wived IIBIH tlmt Jacob Drown had confessed tta killlhft of A limn In Contrail * eight years nfo , fur wlileh .Irtniei dray 1.1 now serving n Ufa ent < Htci * In the penitentiary. Gray , two After the Willing went before nn ofllcor Cwtlmlln nnd confessed to the tnurilor. after hnrlng been indlctod for mnnlfr lit Informed tils counsel that h w n' < Hl to Dlenil guilty , provided h * woulil nnt be sentenced to hang. totd thAt nn such promise > ltl be made Him , ho then told hit nttorpoy tnnt he wni not K'J' ' T nnd thnt when he had W rmif s t was bemuse be thought by so 4 1 f he would be hung , ns he was without wnrt or fn nds and nrnnted to die Ho was ! rt tf , ( * i ot the witness stand , testified that he wai not niilli * , and pnvo his reasons fnr hnrln * statetl IhAt he had done the klll- b > Me further stAteti that he bail never be- rote ieeti the murdered man until ho found fclm d ml In thf < crt I'he Jury found him irmity nd tie WM sentenced to the penlton- ttoff fur life F.eis than a year ago he be- r m * rt anx'wjs for B pnnlon , nnd n peti tion ww * elrrulAted to that effect and received mn < ljtn t arvs , bat hf Is still In prlion * hH Ifftlm of city Is lnT Htl atln the TOT- ittlnnt M Minntmpolls , nnd the ease bids totr to tw interestlnf And sensational. HIPiiiirr. . tfi * Wll Knmvn IrMh Aglttior < an O | lHton tin IrUli Politico. f'ltii KV > , la . ept. 3K Mlphaol Daritt , the known Irish agitator , arrived lo this this ntorittnf and U stopping At the re i- \l tinl r ulil i n Mr Dultt Is y hi * Wife sod two children. n AMociftted prst reporter Mr Duvltt till SI * trtn wet A nrirnt * on * and had no metion with Dolitlo * Ha said he had v m-nth in ( ' Hfornla for his henlth , 01 oHf < t1 np to bt doeor's orders. He said f ftfA no iltooinon to introduce tha unfor- Mtttf * donMtic trotibl * In Irtth polltlwi hl oountry * n in America. will Mtttt tan in IwUnd at tht next mvM 4 ctton , ' Mtd Mr Darltt. "ana It ' i wtitPment will IMIV * Parn-ill out ft < l ilr r * o qustUon Mr. Di vltt wild he ] not tt n 1 the IMfiM convention to be ' n t eek Be * u on hit return t l)4 ) hU ftniily betnf tired , he made B * ; iU'-o j to i hu-nio , Where be detired to * i ! lTfcHov r iroula M etootod ebtettoa. , . \rt Sept. 38. b MRm < * ere * n ted o the c-h rt of the t lter A .ftttiirater told U > Vew York Breta > ( f , from Einft fl Oftnnot Take it with Sctttetlou. WAL&ERlEE RESfdliED TO FAVOR , Si HtH S l AjitWtefoJ io nn Important ffctofclWtl by Btflpsrar William. LA0R AGITATORS FAIL IN GERMANY , Pltlrls for Bringing Abant a Big Strike Meet with No Snccew. FlRSf LOT Of AMERICAN PORK RECEIVED , ( Jlvc-i Dinner Party U'ock DC ( he Hiilvittlim Army hi ( lie I'ntlici'liinil ( Ji'iils of Nc / < / , till Xt\e \ I'orli , l rf < tt'il l'rtf. ] Itr.ul.iv , Hept. 20. The government finds It hccessnry to explain tno policy of permit ting ( lurnmii banks to take part ot the now Utisslun lonn. The unanimity with which the nrons protests ngnlnst Gorm.ins inking n | ) iirt of the loan tins convinced Chancellor Ver v j- prlvl Hint n grnvo political error will be com mitted If n denial Is not made of the rumors , clrctilutod by the syndicate interested In the mutter , thnt the lonn has the tnclt sanction of the German govern ment. Above nil , It wns hold to bo Incumbent , If the question was heard everywhere , from press and Uourse , nnd the public , whether the new doiorturoof iho German linanclal policy towards Hussia Im plied Ihe nnuulliucnt of the prohibition against Iho Uulchs bank lending money on Husslnn securities. The erusado of the seral- ofllclal press against thqse socurilles has been long nnd persistent. The question was asked what had occurred to cause the gov ernment to reverse the policy that it had for merly followeJ. Grrinnnj'h 1'rpns on the ItiiNHinti Loan. The North German Gazette , the ofllcial organ , puoltsbcs n communication tonight , in which it denies thai Iho government is in anywise going from the palh of polilical finance which it has ever trodden. The Gazelle - zello furlhor states lhat no modification is intended to the prohibition against the bank loaning moncv on Russian securities. Moro dolailed explanations are ulvcn by Iho Hamburg correspondence. This paper absolutely denies that the government has assented to tbo issue of the loan In Germany. The Mendelssohns made confidential in quiries from Iho foreign oftlco as lo the alll- lude of Iho government towards the issuo. In reply tno forelcn oftlce Informed the bank ers mat the present political situation nf- torded no occasion for the governmenl lo in- lerfere in nnv form , The chancellor did nol desire lo reply so as lo convey Iho slighlest idea of approval. The answer was promoted solely bv the view lhal il was not for the government to form considerations of foreign policy or lo lake UP a decided advisory position tor or ngainsi German capitalists , who took part in a foreign loan every tune one is issued. Bankers , Iho reply declared , are in most cases perfectly capaulo of acting upon their own judgment. This soml-oftlclul statement lacks frankness In suppressing the fuel that German houses , before Joining the syndicate , had been led to believe that the foreien ofttco favored the Issue of n loan hero , on polilical grounds. 1'nlilic Clamor Against tlio Ijimns. The public clamor against supplementing iho cash balances of Germany's enemies has mude Von Caprlvi drop his complacency loward Ihe loan. 11 would not go here. 1'rouably the government never intended il lo succeed. Although the arrangements made by the syndic ate hiuo been slimed , Iho rates of Iho Issue oven now is doubtful , but is believed lo bo nboul 7Mj. The installments were ar ranged to bo distributed over a period of six months. The omission will take place during the middle of October. The committee of the Helens bank held a long meeting today nnd decided not lo reduce the hank's rule of discount , The demand for bullion is in the meantime fur lower than It wns expected. The Helens bnnk discount rate continues to ho regulated solely by Iho conditions of Iho homo market. U Is reported thnt Hmperor William , who is now slaying nt n shooting lodge near Eyb- Iklhnon , met Iho train convoying iho czar on his return to Hussln from Denmark , and had n shell conversation wilh him. Von WnldiTHCo Again In Furor. The Post tonight , referring to Count Von Walderseo'.s restoration to Imperial favor , stated that the emporer had nominated him to thocommand of the guard of the corps. The appointment will keep Von Waldoraeo In Hcrhn , nnd give him the ear of the emperor , with whom ho will have greater Influence thnn over. In nn interview. Captain lllngham , mili tary iittncho of the American legation , which has Just returned from the Herman military ninnouvros. dilates upon tbo cour- tosv ho had received from the liurvnrian and Prussian authorities , who gave him every opportunity to see everything of Interest Captain llincrhaiii snld ho was creatly im pressed by the wonderful uniformity of the training , which was shown bv the soldiery on parade us well as the field marching power of the German nrmy , which , ho declaredwas almost Incredible Speaking ot the lighting qualities of Ibo nrmy Cantnin lilncham said that the mam factor In real war Is the march ine quality of the men , nddltur : "When you can count on havlnir your forces always' hand , nt tno right moment , you can win by torco of numbers. " Captain lllngham spoke In tno highest terms of nralso of William's untiring energy. His majesty , ho said , took Iho Hold at 4 o'clock In Ihe marnln ? nnd remained until , ) o'clocK In Iho afternoon Kven Iho empress , who attended the reviews , remained in t'io ' saddle for four hours , although the heat and dust were stilling She smilingly saluted Ihe troops as they passed , tilling the soldiers with the ifreatest enlhusUsm In conclusion Cuplaln Ulngh.tm said he had learned enough of value and interest lo Hi American navy lo eomixjnsato him for the fortnight's fatigue and hard riding. MlnUter I'helpn Given n Dinner. A dinner was given tonight by Minister 1'helpn , at the American location , to ox- t'nited Slate * Senator Warner Miller , Mrs. Miller and MIM Miller. There were present Chancellor Von Caprlvi , Harr Von Hlr- lespscb , Prussian minister of commerce , Secretary Kotteoburg , Mr. Menocal , chief engineer of the Nicncagua'anal ( company , Baroness Herlwpsch , the Mecdnmos Hing- bam and Buecker , the Misses llaiitead and Pbetps ana the British and French charge d'affaires Daring the progress of the dinner n dis- Kteh w s received from Mr Johnson , Ainer- in consul RI Hamburg , which was read loud by Mr Pbelp * . The message read : The Irst American porfc certificate wit * pre- WutiHl al IIHIDbar today , fur Mfty-four LMWS from inlc-jjiii otnur Hiiloiut.'nfi are In purl , uuil many art ; on the way Mr * . Pboip * told the xueaU that if they trapa hold their appetite * for a few hours they oould nave * course ot American pork In ( lie l.nlMir World. Tbe report of tbe socialists strike commu te * disclose * tbe entire failure of tbe Diana wntiyi wee Del" ? arranged to b.'ng about a in All M ides 1'hcro has been an \ \ > L 1 \ al * l. 1 r i , T is to internal dlBse slon. nro In n stnto of collapse. Since tbo formation of thostrlko comintttpo thlrtyio ) ftrlke have boon organized nnd in every ctuio the labor party was defeated. The committed complained of n want of foreign -.ufip irt. The commlltco wns promised nothlrtg , hut received from Amerk-a and Fran- 1,000 marks nnd from England ' "O.OOO ni , rks. The utrlkei-s nt first got'JO murks wcfkly. The cmploynn pro- tractcd the slrtlggM and the , funds dwindled nwny until tnaro uoi not sttfllclont to give the mon 0 marks wSokly , When this point Was reached the nfen Wore unnblo to exist nnd were rompollflrt to cnpltulnto. When Iho strlucs were over the mnsters refused to re- cmnlov mnny of thp old hands. The social ists confess" that tliay bnva'boan defeated. They propose , liowSvor , that n trades union congress bo held lit , ' March next to nrrango for n revival of tbcrttrugglo. Tldlifts orXotri. Mr. Oswald Ottenilorf of Now York started on his icftlm to tlio United States today. The published dories regarding the con version of i'rof. Wmschonla of LotpMc to protestantism , ara not. exactly accurate. His conversion wns not entirely duo to his disap proval of tbo action Q/ the Roman Catholic church In snnctlOnltir iho exhibition of Uio holv coal , at TnWeS. Thovfncts of the cnso nro lhat ProfVfhsolienln joined the old Catholic ipovemont" in 1870 , since which time ho bns hocn 'outlroly dissociated with the Catholic church. } The Uerlln scotldh , of the Salvation Army begun n iveok of "self-denial today. The money which Is sn od by tha restraints the men propose lo Itnpovj upon themselves will bo sent to General Booth.Vlthln n year Iho German snlvnllotlUts have sent llS."il ) marks to the general fund ot the organiza tion. Hrrku nn Alliance with Gliinn. ST. PiTBH : iiL n j8apt. | 20. The Grash- dnnln advocates nb&olufo Russian neutrality with China. "Judfe'ary neutrality , " it snys , now will pave Iho jvay to n Husso-Ghinoso alliance , which weald bo n useful weapon ajjainsl Greal Iri * n\ho far casl. " Pral cd fJf Their hoynlty. Vir.NVA , Sept. "JSC. EmpOror Francis Joseph , upon nrrlvfrfg loday al Prague , was accorded a splendid..reception. The ompcror praised Iho iJohemlons for their loyally , and assured them of hl couslant paternal solici tude for Iheir welfare. . Compcniiitlon In I'nrt. Pints , Sept SO. jLo Jfaurs says lhat the Chinese government has granted to the Jesuits an immensQ tract of land , as rompon- salion for losses wfiicli Iho order suffered during iho recent r/ufs. AFFEK Governor I'nttlfion Calls n. Spocinl Scs- hion oT I'cniisylvnnin'ri Ijelslntiirc. ; lUuinsni'KO , Pa. , Saept 2(5. ( This evening n proclamation wn4.issued fay Governor Pat- llson convening the sonata in extraordinary session on Tuesday , , October 13 , 1S91. Tbo preamble sets forth iliat'Kravo charges have been made against tUJS auditor general and stnlo treasurer moJ aoriously reflecting upon the discharge uf- their official dutlos ; that it is proper nu inquiry shoilld bo made loQascortain whotUor or not "reasonable cause" exists for thvlr removal ; that there Is conviction that thgy have boon grossly inefll- ulent and ontlroly wunting in fidelity ; that if the charges bo ostoo. sh'od the senate should take action looking to the removal of the offi cials. at. s also sot totth lhat much of siaio money lost through Jus ftley ould he In iho ireosury if. Iho fvud4-ur , general and slatd ireasuror bad per' > ri3a their duties wilh fidelity , and furi at BArdsloy > refusal to disclose ncvriaToVuiaifon 'whatcver as to the conduct of these ofllcials nus compelled the abandonment of ni-oposcd crlmlcnl prose cutions , nt least for "a time. Proper Inquiry by iho senate , Iho' governor Ihinks , may de velop evidence sufficient to satisfy its mem bers that icasonable cause exists for the re moval of the auditor general and siato treas urer. This evening the governor also addressed n communication to SenatorSmilh , chairman of the cothniilleo appoinlcd lo in vestigate the oflifos of the auditor general and state treasurer , asking that ho permit Iho attorney general to bo present and par ticipate in the further investlgalions of his committee. i.orti > TIIK QESTLI : it.ir.ioK. Koiiinntlc Story 'from the South sea Islands. SVNF A\TI CO , Cnli Sept , 20. A romantic story comes from thoPaumolo islands in the South Pacific. Wm. Gobson has just returned from ihoro and says that bamuel Harris , 20 years old , who was born nnd roared here , and has been for five years in the islands , has married the daughter or King Tokolala , and has boon made prime minister. When Harris left San Francisco no wont to trading in the islands , lie had a smalt capital but bo turned It to good account and soon be came identified with the pearl fisheries at the harbor' of Tokolal , and quickly made so much money that for two or three years ho has controlled the fisheries and is known as the pearl ulng. The king of the islands is proud of his enterpris ing son-in-law and openly slates that at his , iloath ho will confer the scopicr on him. The Paumolo Islands are a long way out in Ibo Soulh Pacific. They ore cost of the Society group and are parl of 'whal is known ns Iho Low Archipelago. The Paumolos , which comprhosomo 3,000 miles in nron , are Indo- ponuout of Iho French , nnd Harris , as prlmo minister and heir lo the throne , savs ho will take good care ilint the Trench do not got tbolr grip on Iho country. The population of the Paumolos is about 0,000. .uir.nii ; * ' . > f//.MT/.sT . Ceremonies \Vliiuli Will Attend on tlio Unveiling of Illn Statute. Cute too , 111. , Hept , 20. Twenty- five thou sand men , representing the leading military nnd civic organizations of Iho ijnilod States , are ex peeled to march , in procession al Iho unveiling of the broiub equestrian stntuo of General Ulysses 8. Grant in Tlncolri par < c on October ? . The prorc-iaion will start from Unko Front about S o'clock in the afternoon and will march thence to the park. The ox- erclsos will consist of on addreu by Judge W. C Grnry , dollvfcrinp the statue to the city on behalf of , tbo , association which erected it ; a retponiabj Mayor Washburne , accepting it. a histo yiof Iho work by S E. Taylor of the Hoard of Lincoln Park Com missioners , and tbo pratlon of the day by Judge W Q. Greihamjof tha federal court , in/.ir JH J/O.V/.TX Queer llnlliiK < > l * Tux an .1 nd no In nn Kmliml'citiont Case. Tex. Se'pi > 0--J McMillan Kor\TJB , , - - - , ox-co'jnty treasurer , has been held on trial , charged wilh misapplying funds to the nmonr.t of f 1 1,000 , Ja < Jo Hlghtower ordered the Jury to acquit iTlii , charging that the legal definition of money Is legal tender c r- tiucatos. and bonds or1 coux > ns are nol money Judge Higbtower , who U reco nUod ns ono of the brightest jurUu , holds thai no official can be Indicted undar the pn'-ent stnlutoi unless ho steals actual cash. Arrested on HHO-WNSVII.I.B , Te Septf ! W. It Is learned from nn authentic } ' source that Colonel Ituules of the Fifth In fun try , Mexican army , stationed at Metamuras , has been arrested by the commanding general , and In company with GeneruUSoortino , who is still undnrar- re t , will be sent to Ver.i ( jfrtu on a Mexican IfUnlNMit , an ruuto to the Ulty of Mexico. The o ia of ( olaiiQHUatilwi arnxl u not known , but it U support to b ooflnected with the UUi revolutionary \Veekly II. ink Kt teineiir. Ni v < Y > HK , Nin . M. Tun weekly bank st t , miMir IIDW * 'ha i > a er i ) i-as ilccrca . d f. M1 11 ] be tin ifc ttovv bud f I/ , ' lu 10 ix 3 f tcgal rc uiu nents , LONDON'S DARK DAYS. No Indian Summer for the Oitizans of England's ' Capital , NOTHING TO INTEREST SIGHTSEERS. Renewed Efforts Being Made to Seoura Mrs. Mnybrick's ' Liberty. ATTRIBUTED TO MRS. J\MES G. BLAINE. Rnmor that America is Mixing Up in the Case. LARGE SUM REQUIRED FOR THE DEFENSE. SportHiiien Delighted wltli tlic I lcn of Scclnt ; Sonic Specily Ilorflen 1'roni the ; United States Foreign [ Copt/rfo'it ' 18 > 1 t > u Jtimt * nonlfin Jlcnnttt , ] LONDON- , Sept , 20. [ Now York Herald Caole Special to Tun Ur.r.j The swish of the storm has cased , but the dull , grey drizzle makes London drip. It Is almost certain there will bo no Indian summer , and iho metropolis will pass from dark days Inlo wintry fogs without a period of sunshine. The rush of Americans towards homo is get ting less , although the four principal steam ers sailing today nro full. Outside of the nnvnl and Gorman exhibitions nnd n few Ibcnlros , there is nothing lo enliven Iho vis itor hero Jusl now. There is n rumor in London lhat Mrs. James O. Hlaino it responslolo for tbo story that the American government is petitioning Iho queen lo make a further Invcstigalion into the case of Mrs. May brick. The lega tion hero knows nothing of such a petition. Meanwhile Iho Maybnck commilleo , which has undertaken to tesl the prisoner's right on constitutional grounds , is awailing dona tions. The London Herald has taken up the case of James George Dill , who is confined In the Linwelllunallc asylum , apparently without cause , Afuir a tremendous fight Iho counsel In Iho case have nt last secured an oraor which will bring the case into court. It will ho expensive work to secure Dill's liberty. Ills sjllcitor has succcdcd in seeing him nnd declares him to bo absolutely sane. It cost Mrs. Cnthcart about $10,000 to get out of u uad house in which she was imprisoned. I-'nuliHli Sportsmen Delighted. A row days ago Kngiisn sportsmen wore delighted over an announcement in London that A. F. Wolcott had nominated llvo Aincncau bred colla for Ihe St. Lcger in 1893. Three are sired by Kiymon d' Or , who won the St. Lojjer in 1S73 , and was scut to us in 1SSJ. Ono is by Eolus and ono by Longfellow. The keenest intorosl is taken hero in these enlrlos , us the past success of American horses'fn British classic races bos convinced English sportsmen thnt nn Amer ican uutry moans business , und that an American owner is not likely to enter a colt unless ho has some strong reason for It. I mot Imra ICir.Ufy last nignt on his return from Venice , where ho has completed his historical researches and studies for the details - tails of his Venetian spectacle , which will bo given nt tbo Olympia in London in November. Ho thinks the spectacle will bo his master- worn and will far surpass "Xero , " or any of his previous productions. It will bo in six scenes. Two acts will bo historical as well as romantic , dealing with the laller part of Iho fourteenlh cenlury. The accessories will Include 1'JO gondolas , Iwonty-four largo barges , Doges of Venice , over 140 Venetian gondoliers , a troop of forty famous mimic artists , sixty Venetian seronaderj , 200 chor isters and n ballet of 300. AVI11 Siil : Soon. Ho sails September 30 for Now York nnd will bo in Philadelphia October 12 at the oponlngof Iho spccacloof "Nero , " now per- fdrmlng'tn assoclalion with Barnum's show. It is announced that Dr. Antonio Dvorak has been offered and accepted the post of director of the National Censor , 'ntory of Music of America , founded by Mrs. Thur- oer's efforls. The amount of spice glvon in Ibo London papers lo Iho discussion of drunkenness and lls cures , is ex-traordinary , hundreds and hundreds of letters being printed. The most distinguished men lawyers , doclors , nlorgy- mon all mix up in the controversy about Dr. ICooloy of Dwight , 111. , who nis cured so main thousand drunkards of America. Ho has been overwhelmed wilh visitors. Ho sinrtcd today for Ireland lo sludy iho ques tion there. George , tbo famous ornng outang of Iho London zoo , is dead. Ho only survived his oampanlon , Sally , iho world icnowncd chim panzee , n few days. Mine. Albanland MissGwco Domlnn were received by iho queen at B&lmoral Septem ber IS. I saw Dr. Thompson , one of iho pope's ' physicians , who wns in London yoslorday. The pope is In excellent health , Wlillo Iho train , which meets at Hamburg , iho American steamer , was pulling out of the Waterloo depot this morning , David M. Dosson , 00 years old , n diamond merchant of Now York , fainted An American doctor on iho train examined him and announced ihttt ho was dying of heart disease. Chief Inspector specter King nnd n sergeant lifted him onto Iba platform but bo died nt onco. His body was removed to Iho Lnmbcih morgue , /M/.I.M-.S / ) / / / / , . ! 1' . It Will Do Ono of the IllchcHt niul Most Unique nt the \\orl-Pn I'air. CHICAGO , 111. , Sopl. 0. A morning paper says : Germany will not only have a great Imperial display of her arts and Industries at the World's fair , but she will have a special exhibit of her cuitoms and pooplo. This special exhibit will bo m a German vlllago on which over tJOO.OOO 1s to bo expended under the direction of Dr. Ulrlch Jnbn , n protege of I'rof. Vircbow , iho Gorman scien tist. tist.Dr. Dr. Jalin and Herr Wormulh , Imperial commissioners from Germany , appeared be fore the ways and means committee yester day to arrange for this feature. Bain ? dU- linclivo In iuolf , Ibo village will have to go on the midway plauanco. The intention Ute to reproduce , on scientific lines , Gcrrnnnlo customs and life , from primitive umos down lo Iho preicnt , and to show the ethnology and nrcha-oloirv of Germanv. The projectoisof the display guarantee to spend nearly JJ.V- ) 000 on the scheme , and the ( mines of lls back ers insures its value as a historical rcproaun * lullon. Gould on Iho .Missouri Piiclfli ; . NEW YohK , Sept. SO.--Tho Daily Slock- holder , u financial newspaper , prluts un m- t mow with Jay Gouid In whim be says t > " current dividend of the Missouri Parifla 1 ojid bo deferred , nj tbo earnings of iho rend do not Justify its l suanco this quarter. Gould declared thnt the poor crops last yo r nnd the combination of the roads whereby the Missouri Pactllo was uelng de prived of gram tr.iflle was the cnuso of the falling oft In-thocnrningv Ho further said thct the completion of n connecting link H being pushed that will cnnhl" the delivery of wheat and other grain nt New Orleans for export over the Missouri Pncllloiind Iron .Mountain nt the same prlco as other roads cnn lay It down nt Chicago. co i / . > / i rtrtcs. I-'IKUCCH from tin ; COIISIIH Ollloc In- tcresllni ; Dala. W * IIIXOTOS , I ) . C. , Sopt. 2(1. ( The census officers today Issued a bulletin of the coal producl of Ihe United Slates. Il shows lhal Iho coal product of the United States had n totnl of 141,323,513 short ions in Iho census year , nnd was valued al iho mines , before nnv ej.pen es for shipment , nl ftio,22t1 ; , : < .M. The nverniro value of all saleable grades of anthracite was ? l r.s per ton , at the mines , nnd iho nvumgo of bituminous coal was H'.i ' cenls per short Ion. nl Iho mines. In IssO Iho totnl product , including 2V > H.- S12 shoit ions ot anthracite , nnd 4 , .11,75 short tons of bituminous conl. The value of the entile product wns JW.iHiVt'.M. The prod ucts Increased U ? IK5 per cent during Iho decade and Ihn totnl value OT M per cent. The total number of persons engaged in the industry is 2li'i , . ' > .V.i. who received , in Iho ng- gregale , SlOO.lsO.yas wages. It \ \ 118 II StllM'CSH. WtMiis-oTov , D. C. , Sept. 20. Major Eugene F. Weldell , special ngent of Iho general land oftlco , today telegraphed Iho secretary of tbo Interior from Gulhrlo , O. T. , lhat neither the location nor situation nl Chandler Is as bad as reported , that Spocinl Agent Scott Ilonn , writes that there is enough good Innd for business. The water supply was only temporarily exhausted by Iho rushing In of so many people wilh counl- less horses to water ; that is all right now and tuo howl comes chiefly from disappointed lot speculators who did not intend to locate thero. Ho says also , the editor of ilie Gulhrle paper , after personal inspection , tins written n fuvornolo article nbout the location of the now county seats and thnt there has been n strong effort made evidently to pick a Haw In this very successful government busi ness by disaffected and unprincipled men. Silver Coinage. WASIIIVOTOV , D. C. , Sent. 20. Owing lo Iho fact thai Iho coinage of stanunrd silver dollars was , by law , stooped on the 1st of July ( e\cept Ihnt of the trade dollar bullion , about $3,000,000 in nil , which Is now in progress ) , the shipment to the mines of standard silver dollars now depends almost entirely on the amount of silver certificates or Ireasury noles prcsenied for redemption. In Iho absence of ability to ship silver dollar lar , the dopartmenl in response lo requisi tions for silver coin , Is sending out lariro amounts of frnctional silver coin as Iho most convenient substitute for silver dollars. Our Serd-Gro\viiif ; Karnii. WASHINGTON- . C. , Sopl , 20.Tho roporl of Iho census bureau shows lhat there nro MO farms in the United Stales , wilh a tolnl of 1G9.SH ncics , dovoled entirely lo seed growing. Appointed Siipir Inspector. WtsmxoTox , D. C. , Sopl. 2j. David Koss of Oglesby , I'l. , has been nppomlod ns Irens- ury Inspector , under Uio sugar bounty act. 7/.I.VO/.VO yoo ( teen ron m.w. Severn ! People OniiKcroiisly 111 From the Vtctiiilt oT 11 Fool's .Joke. PLAIN FIELD , Conn. , Sept. 20. There is much oxcitomenthore over on affair that promises to result fatally lo several residents of ihis place. Lust night a soclaolo , dance and supper were given in the public hnll by p.artles from Central vlllago nnd Moosup , \V. F. Picket the Mossup caterer , furnishing the supper. All enjoyed n good time unlit the supper was neirly over when suddenly several young ladles complained of Doing sick , nnd in n shorter time than can bo told , Iho whole labln fullero rolling about In great acony. The local phy sicians were ouicklv called , nnd for a time It look-id ns though twonly-fivo persons nt least would die. Dr. Davis found lhat quantities or croton oil had been placed in Iho coffee , Iho supposition being lhal It was put there to harm the caterer. This belief is strengthened by the fact lhal Mr. Piokel's harness was found to bo cut in several places. Mr. Picket drank the coffee and nt prosonl his condition is considered very dangerous. Captain Hall , s"5 years ot ago , and owner of the hall , Is also dangerously ill. Among Ihoso who are considered fatuity ill nro James H. Shea , James Galvin. Charles Douglass , A. C. Tllllnnhast , Chris Johnson , C.is Kennedy and G. Mastcrman. Thus far nothing has been learned of the miscreant who performed the not. Jtvxxrxa - / > / ; o//.v. Wild Scenes in the Cities of Okla homa. GuTintic , Okl. , Sept , 20. The scenes in ttm city equal iho opening day. Several thousand pcopto who have located claims have como here lo file on Ihoir lands nnd ob tain rest from sovor.il days nnd nlghls ex perience on Iho prairie. Gambling games of every doscriplion are running wide open. On ono corner a Salvation Army man is holding forth , nnd diroclly across Iho slrccl Is n crap Inblo crowded wilh anxious play ers. Mayor Spongier has strengthened iho police force so lhat there Is very little rowdy ism ind disorder. A man who has just como in from the new town site ot Chandler says thai Iho surjoyors have not yet completed their work. It is very piobablo that Gover nor Stcolo would let the peopla In waiting rush for lots some time tomorrow. There are enough already staked out to give each per son ono lot , unit alter the survey has been completed ho v/lll call another rush for the bamneo. The ground is so rough that the work of surveying proceeds very slowly. ni.irn Colonel AVilHOn , a Prominent Indl- anliui , Called to Illn Huwaril , IjiFiTKTTP , Ind. , Sept. 2(5.-Colonel ( WII- lamC. Wilson died this morning nt lOiHO o'clock at the Lnhr tiouio of nervous prostra tion'and softening of Iho brnin. Colonel Wilson was born in Crnwfordsvlilo , November 22 , IbJT. In llsiO ho be gun Iho pracllco of law hero. In Ib5l ho formed a partnership wilh the lulo Judge George Garten of Chlcneo , which continued until iho Utter removed to Chi cago. Mr. Wilson entered the nrmy In April , iMil , ns a pnvalu in iho Tenth Indiana regi ment , but was made captain a few days later , and then promoted to major. Ho pnrtlcl. patud in the Wesl Virginia campaign nnd was wounded at tbo batilo of Hu-li Mountain. I.Htor no was made colonel ot the One Hun dred nnd Twcnly-llflh regiment. In lsi7-0 lie was postmaster of this city. Ho was de feated for R tat o senator on tbo greenback ticket in ! > " ' ' , nnd for attorney general of Ibis slate on the republican ticket In Ibr. . Hon. .lotin D. llounrd. Dfi.i'Tii , Minn. , Sept. 20. Hon. John D , Howard , a pioneer senator , dlod tonay. Ho was a native of Connecticut and cnmo to this section in 1NV ) . Pivn sons and ono daughter survive hli.i , bis wife having died two vears ago. His property is variously estimated at between tlr.OO,0 < JO and fa.WU.OOO , a lar.-e shurn of which Is In cash. It is understood that the bulk of hli property is loft to hU youuResl sou , J. L. Howard , who U a doitf mute uud is now at school at Wash ington , D. c. - . * lni.lneni TronlileM. AsruKKr Sept JO. Tbo old ( Inn of Fuch's of ibis city has failed The failure U under stood tii bu duo to disastrous speculations in coffee- , wool and South American securities. LIBERA ' IS FAVOR. Pointers n3 to How Englatul's Political Pomlulntn Will Swing. GLADSTONE'S ' PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY , Though in the E ironing of L'fo ' He Pighta Vigorously. CONSERVATIVES' ' EFFORTS TO RETRIEVE , To Maintain Supremacy Thay Have Pasieil Many Rjd'ctl ' Measures. RELATIVE VALUE OF FAMILYJNFLUENCE. . Ilcllct ol'tlio I'nHl CIIHI Asiito liy Ono iiciiicnt : VVhlli : iho Olliur to Old UIcan. lCojVrlofillVtl > iiJam' Gnnlnn Hnmr'f 1 Loxitov , tjept. "il. iNoir Yorit Herald Cable Spuclnl to Tim BIK. : | Mr. UladEtona will once moro Jump Into the political arena the coming week. Knclishmcn of M panic * mlmIro his vitality nnd like hU pluck. Hero ho Is nt the age of s2 with most of his old ns- socialos from I'eol to Disraeli in ttieir pr.ivci , lianiinurlny away ns hard as over. Ho has recovered this year from nn Illness which would hnvo killed many young men. Shaken by severe domes tic bereavement nnd cruelly mauled by in- llucn/a ho will once moro set the populace aflie at Newcastle nnd prnctlcully start the campaign for the ponoral election , for that is the great event to which the men of every class are now looking forward. Already candidates on both sides from nearly every constituency in the country liavo been chosen. It is like the year before the presidential election with America. There mny bo a dark norse or two destined to como to the front , but in the muln the entries are complete and we know the past record connected with them. The torlcs profess to bo very confident of victory , and the Gladstonlnns are full of hope and spirit. The latter have the most popular chief , for Lord Salisbury is not popular anil perhaps has never sotmht to be. Ho prefers to llvo out of the public cyo. No ono has over caught him swinging the nxo for the amusement ot the crown. Ho is a great man , nothing moro , whereas Gladstone lias a vivid personalty that counts for much , in such n struggle that Is now before us unU which will win. In Favor of the IjllicrnlH. In my opinion , speaking impartially , the liberals linrc a very good chance for success. They start with between sixty and seventy nationalists' scats , of which they are quito secure. That handicaps the conservatives heavily. The llborcl secoaors neutralized this force nt tbo last election. It Is most probable that tholr strength will bo greatly reduced next time. The Inevit able tendency Is for deserters to return to tno true fold. The men , who are now in parliament may remain tmo to Lord Hartington. Appearances indicate another great swing of the rni"llllUIIIi which will plnco the "grand old mnn ' once moro la ofllco. The conservatives have tried hard to maintain their ground in public favor. They have passed nil soils of measures which nro essentially raalcal , but their advantage is doubtful. Many tories aro'aggrieved nt the sacrifice of principles made bv their lenders. The radicals are not won over because they pre fer to go to the old stand for wiiros which the opposition profess to soil. Thus thcro I * n certain loss and n very uncertain gain. Tno ministry has been very close. It has taken In no men of wealth , and family in- lluenco has DPOU the only passports to it , whereas tbo liberals nro throwing off these relics of the past and are striking into now fields altogether. Gladstone will bo Justified in the vote of conlldorco , which means to strike at Newcastle. Ho may again ho soundly boatca , but it will take all the con servatives kaow to do it , Mi.MiiKt [ OF PAIIMAMBNT. For , Omaha nnd Vicinity Generally fair ; slight change In temperature. For Missouri Fair ; southerly winds ; slight changes in temperature. For Iowa Light local showers , except la extreme southeast portion ; fair weather ; southerly winds ; slightly clear In eastern , stationary temperature in the western per tion. tion.For South Dakota Light local showers in eastern ; fair Incstcrn portion ; variable winds , becoming westerly ; clear but Monday morning. For Nebraska- Light local shouori ; south erly winds , becoming variable , warmer in northwest ; stationary temperature in south east portion. For KrnsasLocal showers ; southorlv winds , becoming variable ; stationary tem perature , except in western portion , warmer. For Colorado Local stiowors , vunablo winds ; clear by Monday morning. WASIIIMJTUN , D. C. , Sept 'JO - The barometer - otor has fallen In most districts cast of the Hooky mountains , nnd it is Iho lowest north of Minnesota , where ! there is disturbance ot moderate onorgv moving eastward. Local showers are reported on the south Atlantic coust nnd from Texas , northward to Minnesota seta and D.iltoU , but clear weuthor continues generally throughout the regions oust of the Mississippi. It is clear in tlm lower la o re gion nnd the rt'g'on northwest of Montana. It is warmer In the middle Atlantic coast , and In the central Mississippi valley \ve t- wurd to the Kocky mountains. Warm and generally clear weather will continue in the mlddlo Atlantic states and the Ohio vnlloy , and in the Interior of the southern states. tiK.V.irOK C.I ///A M/t'CKAAOH. CoinplicatioiiH in tin ) Florida hcnntor * ial Troubles. Pr.Nstroi.A , Fin. , Sept. sn.- The 1'ensncola Dally News will publish tomorrow morning a special from Tallahassee giving complica tions of tha scnatoriul .situation. Secretary of State Crawford refuses to attest the com mission of ex-Congressman Davidson , ap pointed by Governor Fleming to succeed Senator Call. Crawford is an old line whig , and says the great seal ot tuu state of which ho is custo dian , shbll never ndorn any certificate for Cull's successor without it is Call himself. The Florida supreme court will convene on the Kith proximo , and the governor will apply for n mandamus to compel compliance with the constitutional requirements provid ing that the secretary of Htatii shall nttn < > t all commissions issued by the executive. Many people of Tuilnhimoo uollovo that Secretary Crawford will go to Jail rather than obey the inundate , If iiuuod uy trio aupromo court , and Cull mon nro confident of forcing iho secre tary lo nttofct Davidson's appointment. 1'iro Itceoril. L.si. is , Sept. 'M.Wright's colton mill at IvJCiiov , Mutton , wan today dftwugod by Jho to me cxicut of JUW.OW ,