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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco. Oct. 27.
1'cr 8. 8. China.
Forest fires have done Rreat havoc
in Mississippi anu '"enneasee.
Blood spilling and heavy fighting
iu l ho ring waa forbidden by the
authorities in the serins of glove
couteata at thu Seaside Athletic
Club, N. Y.
A large Hungarian boarding house
at Laurel Run, Pa, was blown to
atoms by dynamiters. Three in
mates were killed, four fatally in-
jured and six seriously hurt.
i lie uurlinglon lias opened a
route t the Northwest.
Frank Klein and Otla Savage are
in jail at the Dalles, Oregon, for the
robbery of $14,000 from the Pacific
Express Company on Oct. 13. All
but $200 of the money has been
recovered. The elue was gained
from Rome, one of the gang, already
in the penitentiary.
The Cunard steamer Lucania bad
two casea of smallpox ou board
when she reached Now York on Oct.
20. Two deck stewards named Cecil
Brown aud Charles Phillips took tbe
disease on t he passage.
Fivo tons of dynamite stored in a
building ou top of a hill, a mile
from Ciiippewa Falls, Wisconsin, ex
ploded, it is thought by u bullot
lired by a hunter. Thu concussion
wrecked plate glass fronts iu Chip
powa Falls, also many private house
windows, but thu village of Bloomer,
twelve miles away, appears to have
folt the force more sovorely. Every
farmhouse for miles around the
scono had is windows shattered
The Carnegie Steel Co. has turn
ed out the steel barbette for the
warship Oregon tmildiug at San
Francisco. It weighs four hundred
tons and will require fourteen cars
to carry it to the coast. This is thu
largest piece of armor plate work
ever made in America.
Six siego guns have been received
by train from Now Jersey to be
erected at Fort Point for the de
fence of San Fraucisco harbor.
Revelation of police corruption
iu Now York vontiuuu before thu
The cruioer Minueonolis is about
; to go iuto commission.
Dr. lalmageis borne in Brooklyn
from his tour round ihu world.
Commander McCalla of thu Mare
Islaud navy yard has got iuto trou
ble by fighting with n coal dealer
uauitd Gord over a coal bill.
FATAL riRE AT SEATTLE.
In tho burning of thu West-street
lloiice at Seattle (of which meager
uieiitiou was made by last mail), six
teen persons ten men, throe women
and tbreo children perished. Thir
teen bodice wore identified aa fol
lows: Mrs. Otturman of California,
aged CO; Andrew Otturman, her sou,
uged 18; Mrs. J. W. Huffman, wife
of a well-kuowu farmer of Fall City,
Wash.; Mrs. J II. Hanehur of Rolfe,
Iowa, and her three children, two
girls, aged G and 2 years, and a boy
aged 4; John F. Audorson, aged 28;
F. Ballmau, C Grant). Angus Mu-
uouaiu, u. Wilson, al. Mcsorley.
TUB OERMAN CRISIS
Count Zu Eulenborg i now Chan
cellor of Germany as well a Premier
of Russia. lie had boon received at
the head of a deputation of agra
rians ly the Emperor Chancellor
von Capri vi thereupon notified thu
Emperor that he would resign if
Euleuberg was kept iu oltiVo. The
Emperor, beiug forced to choose be
tween tbe two, gav his unqualified
approval to CapriviV policy. Then
an article appeared iu the Cologuo
Gazette, attacking Euleuberg, who
forthwith resiguod. A messenger
was seut by Emperor William to
Cnprivi, asking him whether ho had
inspired thu article. Von Cnprivi
replied iu thu uegative, but said he
sympathized with thu Gazette's
viewB. The Emperor then sum
moned Count vou Caprivi and de
manded a publiu disavowal of thu
article. Caprivi repeated that he
had not inspired the article, and
wou'd not publish a disclaimer be-
catiso he agreed with its views. Ho
now had no alternative but. to re
sign, which he did.
Comments are made on the curi
ous eruption of the Imperial per
sonal idiosjneracies into the do
main of Government. Had Caprivi
been discarded for the purpose of
Inaugurating an alternative policy
the public could readily understand
the change, but that a new Chan
cellor should be appointed to ex
ecute exactly the same policy his
predecessor advocated is altogether
a new development of political
The imporial policy will now more
than ever be under the personal
guidance of the Etnporor. to the no
small alarm of all liberal minded
Germans, who compare the seeming
instability of the Emperor's charac
ter with the steady purpose and
dims of tho old Emperor William.
It has now become known that
Count Zu Euleuberg introduced the
East. Prussian agrariau deputation
to thu Emperor without notifying or
consulting Count von Caprivi. The
lalter's resentment is therefore con
sidered to be justified.
TO MEND THE LORDS.
Lord Rosehery, premier of the
realm, in openiug the Liberal cam
paign at Bradford, said that in his
opinion thu next general election
would not be on home rule, dis
establishment of the church iu
Wales or tho liquor question, but on
a question which would include all.
The matter of tho House of Lords
was the greatest legislative question
that had arisen iu two centuries.
It had long been ovidenl to hiiu
that drastic dealings with the Houoo
of Lords must precede thu full real
ization of their nolitical nrourams.
All oxporiouce pointed to the neces
sity of a secom I chamber, but there
was danger iu the position of the
Houro of Lords. It was as a lover
of legislative freedom that he im
plored the people to tako thu ques
tion into immediate consideration.
A resolution, which the Govern
ment would introduce, would de
clare, in clear terms, that tho House
of Commons in the partnership with
thu House of Lords is uutui'takably
the predominant partner. To iu
stance the responsibility of the Gov
ernment it would represent a joint
demand of the oxecutiru Govern
ment and the Hou of Commons
for a revision of the constitution.
After some iiefut legislation had
lecn passed at the next sessiou, the
Government would ask the House of
Commons to pass the resolution,
aud then it would appeal to thu
An early Cabinet crisis is expected
Dissensions iu tbe Irish parly
destroying the prospects of h
France is likely to hao trouble in
Madagascar, as thu Hovaa will light.
John Walter, owner of the Loudon
Times, is dead at the age of 70. His
grandfather i-larted the paper in
1788, aud his father brought it to
CZAR ALEXANDER HI. DIES ANU CZAB
NICHOLAS II. RE1UNS.
Alexander III., Czar of Russia,
died at Livadia, Greece, at 2:20
o'clock in the afternoon of Novem-
I ber 1. On the previous day the
Czar was able to be taken to a win
dow of the palace. On bis last day
he spoke to each memlnr of his
family separately aud at the greatest
leugtu with the Czariua. He breath
ed uis last in the arms of the Em
press, who then broke down with
the weight of bor grief.
At 0 o'clock iu the morning of the
2nd, heralds iu St. Petersburg an
nounced the death of Alexander III.
and the succession to the throne of
Nicholas II. The official puriod of
mourning will by three months.
Czar Nicholas II ihmio i a manifesto
commanding the loyalty of all Rus
sians, aud aunouuoiuu' as his succes
sor thu Grand Duke Alexaudrovitch,
"who," he says, ''will boar tho title
of Crowu Prince nud Czaruwitz un
til it shall pluafte God to bless our
approaching union with tho Princess
Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt with tbe
birth of a son."
All of the wedding droves made
for thu PriuccfH Alix will bo useless
on account of the deep mourning
she will have to wear.
The Czar declares he will follow
the policy of his lamented father.
Arr-ALLINO EARTHQUAKE IN ARGENTINA.
News received in London on Oct.
27 reports an appalling earthquake
throughout the Argentine Republic.
The center of the disturbance ap
pears to have been the city of Saa
Juan, the capital of the province.
Churches, heat res, schools, Govern
ment offices and private houses were
thrown down and the streets were
filled with debris. Many persons
were killed and injured and the
people of the town are in a panto.
At La Rioja, capital of a province
of the same name, the church and
School Anil nilhlir- nHlfipaa warn all
j thrown down. Not many lives were
lust iu tun UJWU, ma mere was a gen
eral rush into the open when tho
shock came. The Govornor fears,
however, that 2000 lives were lost in
the nrovlncn. an mitnr nt ttin r..-
i lying towns suffered.
. nn.. -mi ti i
j. nt-linage oi xei Aooraon was
completely swallowed up in the
huge gaps that opened in the
The Union S. S. Wairapa was
wrecked on Great Barrier Island,
northeast coast of New Zealand. She
had a largo number of passengers,
of whom 143 were drowned.
Guatemala la alarmed over a re
port that her porta on tho Pacific
are to be blockaded by a Mexican
The Supremo Court at Buenos
I Avres has confirmed the extradition
I of Jaboz Spencer Balfour, formerly
I a member of tho British Parliament
who is charged with having omboz-
An earthquake visited Mexico on
Nov. 2, which was the most sovero
folt sinco 1858. It is known that 13
pooplo were killed in tho City of
Mexico. Theru is daugor of a wator
famine owing to broken pipes. The
shock extended through Central and
Southern Mexico. Panica occurred
in theaters, which were crowded, the
day being a holiday.
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