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TUE BUILDINGS WILL BE READY.
Two of tho highest executive offi
cers of tho World's Fair Direotor
Qonornl Davis and Director of
Works Burnham announce that
when the gates of Jacksou Park
swing open next Maj' tho Columbian
Exposition will bo complete in every
I)r. Alexander Shaw, chief of tho
horticultural department of tho
World's Fair and of tho board of
World's Fair managers, is died.
H. M. Bushnell of Nebraska is at
Panama as a special commissioner
to investigate tho quarantine systoin
and to arrange for tho adoption of
such regulations as will protect tho
health of tho people there, and, at
tho same timo, not close tho port
unnecessarily to vessels from tho
Tho Treasury Department has
irivon notice it will hereafter dis
allow all bills of army officers for
picture papers, story books and tho
works of poots.
Tho yacht to bo built by tho Hor
rosholls to tho order of Archibald
Kogers and his associates, given
within 72 hours after Lord Dunra-
van's challenge was accepted, will
bo tho only ono to defend tho
America cup. For the iirst timo in
tho history of tho America cup two
contorboard yachts will moot eacli
other, which, as everyone will admit,
is certainly a great triumph for tho
A FATAL AVALANCHE.
A train was overwhelmed by an
avalanche near Java, Washington,
on tho Groat Northern Railway.
The train with tho snow-plow and
the track-clearing crew was backing
up to tho camp for dinner when it
was suddenly overwhelmed by tho
most enormous avalanche over known
in tho Northwest.
Tho mountains, towering from
2(XX) to r(X)0 feet above the track,
wore covered with snow to a depth
of fifteen to twonty-livo foot. Light
rams and high-winds had packed the
snow into almost a solid mass of ice.
Suddenly a heavy report resem
bling a peal of thunder rolling
along the mountain side was heard.
Almost instantly an immense mass
of snow and ice broke loose from a
lofty altitude and swept down to
ward tho helpless crow with tho
speed of a cyclone. It carried tho
train boforo it 15 feet down tho em
bankment. A. L. Mordon, brakomnn, John
Bonn, a linumnn, and-throo Italians
woro killod. Twonty-five Italians
escaped. William 1). Fruuman, brako
nian, saved hiinsolf bj clasping his
arms around a telegraph polo.
TASCOTT NOT TIIF. MUnDERKll.
A Chicago paper has an intorviow
with Detective i)yor, who probably
knows more than anybody mIso in re
gard to the murder of A. J. Snell,
the millionniro of that city.
The interview grow out of a state
ment telegraphed from tho West
that -lilies Boauvais, a minor, who
had recent!- returned from Alaska,
declared that V. U. Tascott, for
who.su arrest as Snoll's innrdoror a
big reward was id one timo oilbrcd,
Dyer declares that Tascott was not
tlm mnrdoror of Snell, but consent
ed to act the part of tho scapegoat
in order to shield the man who did
the killing and who is a prominent
man still in Chicago and has spent a
fortune in covering up his crime.
Dyer declares that Uoanvais know
Tascott in Chicago and thoroforo
should know what ho is talking
about. Ho says that tho real mnr
doror hired Tascott to go with him
to rob tho Snell residence, that Snell
heard them and came down stairs,
and that tho man mentioned killed
him. Tascott, ho declnres, could
have boon arrested many times over
if ho was really wanted.
TIIIIKAT IIY nJII'intOll WILLIAM.
At the Now Year's reception Em
peror William, in tho course of his
address, said that the Hoiohstag will
bo dissolved unless it passed' tho
(IKIIMAN MI.NKIIS ItlOTINO,
The serious character of the coal
minors' strike in Gonnnuy has con
strained the authorities to send four
battalions of troops and a largo force
of gendarmes to the scene. The
strikers now number '22,000. .Many
oi tiiem aro armed and serious not
ing is reported at several places in
tho district, ilany were willing to
work, but were forced by ths strikers
to iiiil. Tho socialists and anarch
ists are behind the movement. The
Kaiser has given orders that the
rioting be suppressed at any cost.
I'AKKKI.I.ITI'.S ON A TKAII,
A party of I'aruellites at Killrtish,
County Clare, while celebrating the
advent of the new year, started out,
and as thete weie no police on duty
rioted through the stieels most of
the night, stoning the houses of
aiiti-l'ai'iielliins. biealdug windows,
dniii nilii'i i Ian hi- 'I-, lii;lileiiing I In
nun. nc ami tJili-alilillig llieni Willi
all Mills of wiilfiu-o. Among the
houses attached wuro tho Working,
men's club, Temperance- Hall, tho
rudidouuu of tho town Commission-
or3 and others who havo boon active
opponents of tho Fnrncllitos. A
number of rioters woro arrested noxt
THE FUEXCIt SITI'ATIOS.
Tho despatches from Paris tho
lattor part of tho old year indicated
that tho political crisis had passed
tho acuto condition. Tho govern
ment was complete- master of tho
situation and this reinspired confi
donco where a fow days previously
thoro existed gravo apprehension.
Tho Monarchists and Bonapartists
evidently had no attractive lenders,
and tho attack on tho government
consequently was easily counteract
ed, alt lioiigh an occasionally noisy
outburst in tho Chamber of Dopu
tios created a momentary sensation,
and a timidity among thoso well dis
posed to a republican form of gov
ernment. I'ltOSKCTTION OF CORRUPT DEPUTIES.
Magistrate Frankoville's examina
tion of Charles do Lessops, Mantis
Fontaine and San-Leroy and Felix
Cottu at Paris was finished Satur
day. Tho cases of Deputies charged
with having received monoy from
tho Panama Canal Company woro
opened by tho magistrate on Mon-
Tho accused aro Jules lfoche, ex
Ministor of Commerce; Maurice Hou
vier, ox-Ministor of Finance; Emanu
el Areno, member from Corsica;
Baron Jean Desouboyran, member
from Voinno; Antoino Proust, mem
ber from Dux-Sevres, and M. do la
Fauconnerie, member from the Orno.
There is reason to believe that no
more Deputies aro implicated, and
thoroforo no more arrests are ex
pected. M. Bourgooiso, Minister of Jus
tice, is seriously ill.
Tho cold is sovoro and is increas
ing all over tho continent. Heavy
snow is falling in tho Hartz moun
tains and tho suspension of trailic is
threatened on several railways.
All tho lakes in France, Germany
and Austria aro frozen ovor and
night fetes are being organized. In
most of tho streets in Vienna thou
sands aro employed all night clear
ing snow from tho pavomonts. At
Trieste tho harbor presents an
Arct ic scene.
Jn London tho werthor has boon
very wintry for several lavs and
much ico has formed iu tho Thames.
Trailic above and below London
bridge is much impeded by pack ice.
Tho upper rivor is frozen ovor.
PLOT TO BURN ni'E.VOS AVIlES.
A plot to burn tho city of Buenos
Ayros was discovered a fow days ago,
and a number of policemen and fire
men woro arrested on tho charge of
being connected with tho conspiracy.
Tho plan of the conspirators was to
sl't fire to tho city in several places
at once, including t lie (Justoin-liouso,
PostoHioo and Archbishop's palace.
The object of tho conspirators was
SOUTH AMERICAN TKirLF. ALLIANCE.
Authentic news from Ascencion
snj's that ex-Chilean officers aro
drilling Paraguayan infantry and
artillory. Tho projected alliance be
tween Chile, Brazil and Paraguay
has boon confirmed, and thoro is
reason to believe tho story that tho1
journey of Senor Decoud of Para
guay to Rio is for the purpose of
signing tho triple treaty.
BATTLE IN EflYPT.
The Dervishes who recently at
tacked Getnai woro overtaken near
Ambigol Jan. 2 by a detachment of
Egyptian cavalr1, and a fierce battle
ensued. Tho Dervishes,' who greatly
outnumbered the Egyptians, made
several furious onslaughts on tho
Government- troops, but were finally
ropulsed with a heavy loss, and
many Dervishes were slain.
Captain l'yn oi the British stan
and fortj'-fivo Egyptians, including
an ollicor, woro killed and mnuy
others woro wounded. A detach
ment of Egyptian cavalry with Brit
ish officers arrived at Ambigol since
the battle and further re-enforcements
wore despatched to tho scene
of tho conflict.
ForoiRn News and Gossip.
Tho Democrats of Indianapolis
aro said to bo talking of organizing
a Tammany Hall to control elections
in that Stato.
Tho Iron Trade Review reports a
halting tendency in the iron busi
ness duo to uncertainty as to the
Democratic tariff policy.
Two Turkish women havo applied
for permission to establish a sherliot
booth at tho Womnn's Building nt
tho Columbia Fair.
A bold scheme is afloat by capi
talists to obtain, by jugglery with
tho Indians, control of tho gold
lands iu tho Indian Territory.
Chicago will soon establish a
brewery that will turn out a drink
looking and tasting exactly like
beer, but that will not intoxicate.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Homedy iu effecting a speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into great de
mand, Messrs. Pontius fc Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, say that it has
gained a reputation second to none
in that vicinity, -las, M. Queen, of
Johnston. W. Va., says it is the best
ho ever used. B. Jones, druggist,
Winona, M k., says: "(.'hainlmrlain'rt
Cough Uemedy in perfectly reliable,
I luiie alwas warranted it mid it
iii'Mr failed to giw I lie uuisl perfect
sat ihfael ion." f0 cent hollies fur
nalo by all dealers. Jloiuon, Smith
& Co., Agonlu foe tho Unwaliau