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Wm FATAL WRECKS A! Ill
Tb talitr Dlisitsr Wont Thaa tt Tint
Ti e loss of life by rinklng of the North
Herman I.loy.l steamship Sailer at Corunro
Spain, In much greater than at first bcllcveiU
While it i trim tliHt the Mwl left Antwerp
with onlr 210 passenger, she embarked
morn at various Spanish port", and It I now
estimated that, Including her crew of t!3, the
dlatr will number from t hi to 50').
The Salier wm hound frum lifmiii to
nuii'i A res va Cortina mid Hingardii,
and ut lh ont-'t hud 210 passenger on
hoard. II 'T crew wa compood i I PS tn"n.
Ml hour I, passenger und crew, ir if d i .
Of In r kin mn pii-i,gcr, 11 1 worn I: Iiidh.
'M tiitili'iiin, 1 S niilard uii'l 1 O'-rmnn,
and most of tln-m wre In tin- -to.-ragc.
'I'hn ( iirr' l "il') ro. ks, oh w In 'li It i Ic
I It-vi I tliut tln Sulli-r wu ! t. nf situated
IT tin-1 o ' 1 1 1 w i -1 rua-t of ''rutin, rtti-1 should
have I ti given a wide berth l.-f r' th
steamer 1 1 . t i I ea-t ward, an I tli"fi in a
northca-l'-rlv dlrc-tidi forth" I iy h a ling
up in Vllligarc-.u.
A . j . ii "I from Lloyd's ng- lit at foruna
ay 'h. it '.1 live w re lost I y tli" wreck of
th SiiIi- r.
'I In-miNt w.i nn ell v-cl which th
North .i ii'i l.'vd r. mpnny had agreed
to m I mi I ii mil Hrm 1 1 it' 1 1 1. l. between
It.iiiim hi I A'ti' rl 'iui ::, tut on ing In
Some flight i'1-il.T' til' !.t ll to the t'-rill ill"
deal we i. ot i n!ii ii t i und tin' .-learner was
petit mi iiniitlicr vn) Mi wiii cii-i b r
ed t I. cv ry w iv p .i worthy, uii'l tin1 on'y
rp.' i-i !':i" N rth lo-rumi l.i.o I t oinp uiv
liu 1 Ii r ci long I" r w i tint tli' T" w -r"
m.ir" in I' tn l' i i'h ii tli" inn" liu" In rcu !l
nes to take l.'-r i i " llii ia-t trip ii"rin
the Atlantic wa n.ii'l" In hpptptniii r lint,
wl.cn I'll" I' ft 1'. i li'i.nr" f ir llr"tii"ti. urnv.
Irg thi re m'i'iv mi SopP ml ' r '2.1. 'I lui
rn ,r w .it (( H.ii ) t'ltix gro- register, wn
:I6I f" t l' i.(-. I ng ruvd 11:1 1 hud a single
pn pi lu r. hj turn "'up hil l comruaii'l.d
tli" i t"iim r for a Iiiithi "r of ji'iirH.
lli" w.'u'.Imt w.ntlii 'ii nii'l li'Mvy. It vrni
iiL.lit t mi" nti I tli" s.nl'T hu t to run fur
'iiontth p'iUtl; t.t "li ar lh roi'kp olT t'app
i i.rrni Jo In f . r" -tiiriMiur.lim her ln'iin nii'l
lnTlitii: f.iutliu ; r. I . t;r.'i'1iiiiliy pulnlliii; w-M-w.inl
nii'i tlii'ii in u ifrllii' pV'-riy ! ir''tilt
In iT'l-T t i li' iiil Into tlii li.iy l-n il.'ii; up to
li 'n lii roi ii.
I'ltptain Wptijo Fr"mP'l to linvp li"Pn
thrown i lit of h s f' killing t.y Hip foe nii'l
nun mi l to I uv. ti'-'t. 1 to port too noon,
with Hi" rcpiiit lioit l" fuil'-'l to cli'Mr t up"
'orriil'"'lo Kn J v.i lit iluwti with hH flilp tinil
Tlii !!ritih hhiri priwcll. t'nptitili Ktn
liiiu, 1 1 .ill I.tw rpin'1 i n l'i i' ii. li'-r '.' f r d.il
vtwton, h it urn v- l in swi:'iit. ul , w::li
two piirviv r of tin; li' tni i'i plilp li i.nli. of
lir.'inpn, w In h loll t nnlitf fi r lloii' iii'ii-.
h" fii-l .-pil in n uhI" ii' hr l.uii ly li mi I. nt
tho tit mi. i.f tin. lirit I cl.ntiti' l. iii"
ti'cn of tli" l;.ijiu'ii i-r-w ilrowii' I.
FourtcD Mvet Lot:
'Ili' I'.nclifh !iip l riti-h r.cr.t npt. ,.mi-
whli'li phiIciI fr .ni l.i n il. ii ll 't .T 4 ( .r
Hpi-ton i. nl r.'rtliitil, tir"., I.n l""ii
r"i'k"'l m ."iil'tniiha ! . Scuth Afrn'ii. !t
l(b".n'i tliut II "T-"ius pi ri-i.i' I. Tli"
ulilp P'ylstiTi'J l,4JS toll!".
MACEO REPORTED KILLED.
Young Gomel Met tb Sam Fitt oa the
It 1j Rtiitod In inoi-t pohltlve tormt ly
tho PpHDlub nulhorltlvn tbnt Antonio Marru,
thn urnnt liiiurk'-at It-adur, and the lit arl und
oul of tho Ciilinn ottmc, bun been klllvd In
llaTimn provln'-o fii-r havinir pT-i t.'.l tli
pap.ii;p nl t!, w. Hern troi'hH in-nr M.irl. l, at
it Lonln rii rstrcn.itv. Wnii 'th.'t ulun
l 0 h r Ul'-d tli" yi.iitli rranriM'o (iiiipy. ft. -n
of Mmlmo (ii.iiii z. who a ;"i.tiipiii" I th
muUtto k rn-riil on hi pn-mr" nl tlm tr .chii.
Moht cxpili ite ih tHili ol tin- lliiilini; of tl."
porp-cn of tin- fiilii'ii l'ni)iin nii l of tli" f"!i
tpiiiI upon f.r their l.teiititl'-Ntiou nro u;
bimil throiiiih the report of the spuiiKh om
tnan I'T. .Mnj. i iruj.'ila, who (M. nt" I H:e
paM.'n of Hi" troclia uiiMi'.'i.'eiv.fuily on lin.
nihpr 4. ith Ma.'eo.
Antonio Mh".; i hut without (iie:ion l.een
tlipino.: I ruiiint llmiro of tli" pfaet.t r-v.iit
InCuha. II- -II -t -. I Int. Uu i.t o.-rt-ilo
boraiii-oa on M r. li til. With him wtp fl'.r
rilllh"! flli'l It liil!!i!"T i f l.ni.'er-. Mlt'fo
had luen ii meiiil" r of (iii"ral H. iin-; ,tn!T
dnniiirtlm 1(1 yeuti. ur. fn.in 1-p to li?1',
and eo'iiirim ii ,! imve I u ii. (, t n . . j.- i:.
pro :m p f Mii;tia'ii I ul'ii, ii, w h.i"h r .
lli.i" hit family I i. 1 1 v . 1 . mi l win r- h" .ovii
rd a hirK'" plum ilioii. Aft.-r tli" in v r..'
war Mni-eu lui.l tr..v.'i .I in i . ntral Ain-n -u
and limn. .tu inptiiikf 1 1 mi-' n l.ir- f .t
I i Invade t'ul a.
lie lift 'rward returned to fiil'it und live.)
lUielly n hi- plimtntii.i, ii, tl,.. eu-. rn pr n-
III. 'e. ee .. Wll Very p' t llilir. Ill l-!'.l li-
aiiK.lrf-.en out of I ni.a and w-lit to . w
Vork. Al Hi" 1 1 Hi" of th" r. i. nt outbreak
h wa in 1 I .rid.i, and li-juii. i.l u lHr-. -"ilitiiili
hieli M'l out Ir'iin l'i. J.iin n in
Mareli, lS'J'i, i n tie' hieamer A lirot.il .. A
piiriiu itiiin-of w.ir pur-'ie l 'iii- pteiiiner fur
p.fM liour-.iiLd nl lit, tin1 ha l.-r wi re .'..th
lieoii'l to I. in. I on fortune liiimd. one (fih-
Wet Julie.. 'JlietieMa und tie' ether
icn ten- ti.ale !i"ir way t i i 'iji ii.
in i:.e j.T. lit iil'N n -ro.i the inland ie I lo
Muxiiiio (i. rne. in Mi,.i. o wax 111- elu.'-f
"Oiel uti.r. 'i i 'I- in.. I nfnii report have
hfeu reeelted f. o II l'u'.l i.f li s l ent Ulld
rout. Iii d-utli !, it' tii ii, ..r I i hiii.-i.le. al-
to hi r iuti In ii latter ll' llVlllef.
There m i.o i! oil t ti.ut iiiany pe.,j,,. ui l
doui't the null, e.Mi -ity f.f Hi" re;.' rt i,..it ih.
PPU' d of hi- lleittll. f i,.-l ,o I fi V...I.. r--
poil hits f' li h-i.'h evo. :. .l.-iai.h i.f the
'iri'ltlllKlaii'-ea i f I.!.- ll -.ltll or f e f'l i.f
I let.t tl nil i.
8j(rih Govrrctutst S;i to Bi (Jivin
Out Fa!? Ecporti
I rt' a'..'T ' 'hiua I .tf.it 'i .. '' u
i-eriiiutf I ' I ro .. . f i,.. i r r' -.-t t :i In
the I'hioppii l-:.i:.d-. I'. I- stilt' I tliut (he
rwhei. ur. tii: i i.i:; in ptreulh aiei
pra'-tieally i.'.rol tl.e i: 1. 1 t ontM of
Miii.illu, ail i.t:-!i t )i" hiiiii-!i io ri. inem
trlVH I j eteate tl.e t;prej.-.'.U that tl.e re.
U-llimj i pra. PU'idued.
'J he i.ri,:iu f t ." i pro-iutf ii hfrihed to
en"..ive l .tn .ii hiel o u(.' r i !i , n I the
latem.il, t (, i:,.. hpun.pti i..iti, r th.it
IIUIIVP prle-t- It.l'te.l the et,e,i. a f..rr.--hk'loui
purptu . Is it'i.n d. I uptnre I rei-l.
and i"i.i Jett" .-p' i t' I of faorii.r th" r-l" '
r treut"l With i'rei.t erileJ, ll I- Klll.i' l,
Ld a.l or' i I i i IU'i.itii- Mi' (,' ii i .i.uii
eptie tH'..i. P: li e l;e, 'J lie .!:i,..,l,' ..f
pri.-oi.erp to the A til .in oiim i :i. i ..,
an'! 1 U.i r-leh- w re hippe.l u. t .,!t ;i.
liur.htf th" O -ioi-r 'uiiipuiirii th" r bp
aptureil thn ln iih of M .i.titlb tii and hai.
Muteo, tell 11. Ill In III M il, I. III. ll li- h'.ild
I .he foreign relli.la p Oil utl.i.'.e i!h the
Btott Jackioa Kut Hiitg
'Jhn hupr. i'ii' 4'vurt of Appt al-i ( f lien
tueky deiiiej tl.e mi.il.,ti fr a i. w trial for
H'-olt Jlt' kfoB, e,,t,vieted of the inirderof
i'ei.ri iiryati, and roi.ttriiieil the 1 utn en
tpuee ly the loiiipl.eil eounty eourt. It
bow reinuiiiM for (i..v liradley lo ii po.ht the
day of ii 'utiuB. 'J h" (teeiou of thn roiirl
in Jueknou'a I'iw Ih taken u an iudli ullon
ttiul the auiiip eoiieluhloii will he re he.l a
to Aloiuto WallliiK mhu wa jointly l oii.ii'ted
witb Jaokm u.
IMPROVEMENT LOOKED FOR.
Hw Tar Likely t Btart With a Boom ia
II. O. Pun A Co.' wrekly review of trad
Tho approaeh of thn holiday and doubt
about tlip) action of eonRreM put off further
Improvement until the now year. While In
dustrie have Rained In working force, they
ure waiting for ooinmenourate gnln In de
mand, and nipanwhllo are trylnB to clear
away cnilrrnKin"iitn whleh restrict them.
Ihn wheat market ha weakened, with Ipm
Bloomy new Iroiu olherrouiitrlepand larger
weetern reeclpt". , ra'dll'S Ji.pt' lie nhow
that export ooiitlnue heavy, and ahoiit 300,
tioO tone more ate available from I'nllforiila.
t'ottoll dei'iiliPil 3-Ki.'.
i he Iron industry l for the time tlemornl
ir.ed by tineeitaiiity retfardlmr the treat com
bliiationa. The lormal withdrawal of the
lleiinire, i (J. i coin puny Proko thn billet pool.
J he beam maker meet thl w-k t revlvp.lf
they can, their coTpiiet, und the eteel rail
work will n t Miortly. l:h tho prospect
t lint one liiipoitant voiieern will go nut, and
that If the oilier keep toi;'tlicr prices will
hiivn to ho materially reiluced.
1 lo) Par ii"orl,itl..u aiiir"ely pretend to
control prleeit; wlih li lire ellghtly lower thlt
week for eteei, and tho rupturn of the mill
a"oilitii'ii for the titim left the Pur prn-p. for
wire miii ci.Ht ah nit 41 ' at I'lit-buri;,
w.th extra rlmrge on ordinary aeortin"iili
averaging 11: niraiiiMt !l f'." paid lant month
w ith extra. averairing "U1. I'ntll tho lur
ther iiilliK'tieo of llicpe eoiiiliiiintlon I bet
ter ileline.i narrow trailing initt bo expei t"d.
I:eeti.er pig and K'".v forge Hrc hllghtly
Mm 'r metal are genernllv weaker, tin at
1 1 J '.nl, copper ill 11 '4", for lake mid P'ii.1 at
J '.'.. Aluminum h i I u redii'"- ! from
til to Jui) lor iiitfi t. toll lol, and tlic to .Vic
for ro.lh, produ. lloii having Increa-ed four
A raw cotton I lower, otn" yl'd ling In
pri.'i of hl.i l'i Ii expected. J'rint cloths
nreweii In lone, with enormoii Mo'ki.
Wouten good itr i not in b tier demand, und
there i gi neral lii'll.-l unlioii to li:iik coin
lllltllli'l p. uhead. Sale of wool In two Week
were n.UM.'.iUJ iouud., a ;liii.t ll,'JtO,2u:l
Failure fi r the week have been 3S0 In the
l iilieil Maii , iitfiiln-t 3.1.1 last )' iir, und 4 1
In P ri i 1 1, aaui't :')! l ol y-ar.
"lttaiiplri't't'a" review ol the Mock market
my: t'oiigre-p having ii"lunlly iteiniilel,
the pei'iilaiivii market h i apparently lost
in ii '-U of it fear regarding the ii.'lion of that
body and It InM ieiico upon the lliiancial
rituatlou. Thu proldcnfa menage produce, I
little or no liquidation of long ptock, nn 1 the
mtroiliii'tl.iii.a. n.iou n cm rre.a got in work,
i f n variety of reoilution in reference to
l ut'ti had practically no effect. In fact th"
street pectiieil to P' 11!. J T th" Illllllcii.'O of
report from Wahiti.'ton In Keating that thn
I r""iit contfroM ;v.i uiiiikcly t t ike posl
l.e action of anv kin I in l lie short limo
that remain of It. ex.iencp
'1 he utter ah..i f outsid.j participation
In the mark' t I '-cr iy felt, mid the trail
n.'lioii from ilny to .lay have be 'ii on a very
limit"' 1 p ai". mi l were do" In the mi, In to
the Miinllcr cjii r.it r of the I card room it
'!?. 1 he sir- htfth of the l.e;t. .r cla of
bond i.nd nr. c-tmeht i ncrally I n feature,
I. it tlic demand In iiicti m mrjily drawn
fur im ic . in me. i f a rj ... i.!,itie cii;;ru' ter
iir- c In o-i,i I.
A feeling a . rt itdf P, f.pecnlatlve circle
Pint after .laimary I there mil l o a broaden
ing out of the market, ui'h moro or bv of a
rvial la it iwtivity. J HI iiutiirally tends
I i r- i-lri t Icari-h opcrntlou lo ntta'k on
parii'Milnr st.)"k. loir-.pe lias tak'Mi no part
In the sp.'.-uiati,n ,i r". mid Ule weaker tono
ol thn foreign exchange mnrket hik be n
without any intliicQcu on Mock.
GREATEST EVER KNOWN.
A PANIC STRICKEN CITY.
Eight Hondr.l Settht ia th City ef
A cabin mev,iff. frora Bombay ay; Eight
hundred deaths are reported up to dato from
tho plague, but the number I believed to bn
much larger. Crowd of piinlc-ntrlcken na
tlve are fleeing from the city. Trade and
trnvel are crlouly alTectpd, .
The (iovcrniii' iit bn"t"ibdogl.ti are of the
opinion that the pintfU", unlike cholera, ha
a tendency to slick to the locality where it ;
originate. few niilhetitic ciii-c nrc report- .
eil In ndjuoent town,bul they are all of liom
bayiirlnln. The ilisenun hera Im ported wa dylns out
without epreading. In Jtombay for two ,
month tho pingun reinnineil eontlncd to one
wiiri. it nn now rprenil to nil district of
tBe city, and I liicreitdng largely with tho
Duly one can I reported of a person
directly attending a patient having contract
ed the plague. Tho ilie,ie, thoutth Itifvo
tloiis, has not teen proved contauloii.
'J lie famine which threatened the w hole of
India ha been parti averted In certain dis
trict by thn nt rains, tirnln speculation
continue and aggravate the situation.
THE NEW ARMY
Of th Salvationist Oaloing Becro.it ia
C'ommaii lcr-ln-Clicf lialllngton 1! n lli
und hi- stalt of Held oltlcer of thcVolunt' cr
( f Ainerl"n have drafted n constitution f 'r
tho orgnnliilloii. Tim council ha nicccd
ed ns far us p sihle !n foll-'Wing the spirit
of the coii-l.tirl. ii . f tiie I mt". I e nu.l
removing enliie y liny sctiil'laiii'e i f nuto
orntie power. It im nl-o sue .ei ile l in nvoid
lug any possibility of tie olocP iii discii.s'.on.
'1 he the ilciM 'al tenet nre such a Wlil I "
readily accepted by nil ev.lllg' ll 'Hl bodies
with whom It I the desire of the Volunteer
to co-operate Iii nil I hrl-tlnn work. Th"
Mar und htrlpe lias t een adopted n th"
banner of the ortfiiuiiitloii und will bo car
ried in nil oriole', side by eld" with th"
milliard emtVtnatic of the' enrijiiinl prin -I-ple
and truth In wnPdi t'.n inemb'T tic
ilev". ling. tien. I h i ling, who ha chnrtfo
of the Western division, with hca.l.piarters
at t'hlcngo, reports a inarvelous growth of
the inoyincnt in the Wet. From every see.
tlon eiicoiiriitflng reports are I'.u.ly received
by the coiiitnau l- r.
EPIDEMIC IN CUBA.
Enormou Kalnfall in th Stat of Waih-
Nino luchui of rain In 11 day, following
th" previous full .floods, have caused the
highest water over known in tho valley of
Southweftern Washington. I Hiring the past
Week the water has come down the va'lej
with a terrille ru.h, breuklug ilaiiis ami car
rying away houses Mel farm property. Four
I'Oille have been rcoveroil aiid other per-
sons will iiii'i'i.ii.icaiy perlsli.
! MP liael I ushtiinn was lrown"d Frldnv
i while tryini! to ford Toiillo river. Tho bodies
of Mr,. Minuiaker aad her daughter, who
I wre dr ivi,e. in the Cowlitz Hood three
, weeks ago, have ju.t been found, nearly
biirie.l in the sand. t n mi below where
they Wcr" swept off the rait oil which tll"V
i were tiyllig to escape. 'I he body of lin Uh
' known ii. an wan found drifting lu tho river
: nt Ca-ile lto.'k.
1 Settlements in the big bottom couutry near
th" head waters of the (.VwliU river wi re
, T.' sr.y Hipe. out by the Moods. Thirty
li 'ii-'-s ier" ci.rricil i,,wn the strenm and
many fii'nilie. escu),,. J ,,n rafts alter their
n w d.lt.gs had Pen carried mile. Two per
son lire reported dr.. wind. .Miles of fence
nii'l other m.pr'ivenieiit are d. -lr iye l.
I Ie ci, pie of Wirt section have nun!., im
nt'pei.! f.,r aid, to vW.l li tie citizens
I led, a!:. and the surrounding towns have nl
r' U !y r-i-ii"inl"il. Many farmer have ..-t
tic .r S' e wheat, whi Mi ih" eo inty cminl'
si..ier ttlil I" ii-ked to supply. Mn
Nmeii. Per I, twenty Irenes of wal'er have
ta.len, i r half the u-uul y. iul full.
FLEETS TO MOVF.
The Al.i-d Powrri Decide to Bring Turkey
I lie Itirn.li.ghani l'ost confirm ihe rejx'ul
e. stal' tncnts on ihn sumo subject cablei
during the past two months in saying Dial it
leiiri.s from a high quarter that an Liidcr
staniliiiir ha been arrivl nt between tirent
l;:.lian. li.i.-sia and l rai f orthe setticineut
of tli" so-eui!"'l F. i-'.ern iii' s.ion. whl"h has
f r gein ratioiis b'n troubling iiic s'ate:ncii
ol I. nr.. pe.
1 I." l'o.-t a l l that the Kn-Mau lbadi f-a
lb' t and tic Jlnt.sli on I Frei,cn Jlc liier
rnc an lieels will shortly lo inobi.o.cd in
c.l.t guily o ihe J!..sphoioi:s und the J'lir-
u ni' lie. In or'l. r to eufur " If necessary the
r' luMii which in ei;pjs-ie of ihe three
pow.-rs i. re iii.i.iit to pr-H'iit to tim sulta'i,
und to tthi.-n th" i tln r Pigi,",- of the 1! -rliu
tr'-nty, loTinimy, Austria and Italy, haie
e :i..,tei. 'lolhfsend, it Is aseried, tho
allied l!. et may force u,o paagn of the
straits of tl." l'ar'1' uelics.
SUICIDE BEF0BE HANGING.
Auram Edert. Till Ninticok Murderer
Took Fonon in hi Cell,
sl.ram K'-kert. who Wouhl have been
banged ut Willed. arr", pa., Iiec. fi, took
i poison during tho night und died lu the
county jail at llilXI a. in.
lie .a. u furewll Inter il 'W with his wife
und clul'lreu Moiiday evenlni;. SUieij he lay
down he ii.kcl the wati.'hmuu to wake biui ut
1. ii. ni. At that hour ho wa foand uni-on-s
-ious. liictor used a stoinaeii pump In
mo... Wur P n It'. land does not know how
I., kert got ll:" poison.
Iv kert .i a H' lioul janitor at Nauticoke.
July 7. ls'Jl, h't h"t and kilie.l Frederick T.
J;:tlcnderfer, i in of the school directors, who
hid chidc.l I, no for not attending to In
woik. After sentence i-kurt wm reprieved
Gold Democratic Trie.
1 he l.xecinive t'oiiilnittist of the National
liemocrulic parly at a meeting lu Indlun-
apoils. ileceiiioer II, delegate. I its power III
U g nt rui way to it sub-con. mlttoc coiupoaed
ol tieorge Foster Jvaho ly. of New Vorki
John h. liuliili, of l'ein;..vlviinla, and W. 11.
Ilal.li Uiuu, of Louisville. 'J lio committeet
twi uiemljer of which ura lu lit Kant, will
adU with I'bairiiiau Ityuutn.
Frevclano of a Terribi Catt.e I)inae
Stop th TratKo in Beef.
A terrible el ideiiilc, known In Spnulsh n
"n.iK.rit.o," is s reading among the govern
inrnt ciwa'.ry horses- only niiout 10 per
cent of horses i r ciittl" nttii'-kcd recovered.
'Ih" typhus fever, ptewil'-nt among tlic
Spnnish troop garrioie. along the we-tcrn
troowi, and ut I'lihu i s nud oilier I'luar del
I'.io towns, is nttrlb jtc.l by th" p'il"iahs to
tli" eating of meat tainted by tifn lr adlui
".niiormo," which ilrst up pea nd nmm
month ago In iidjiicent eattle uivtiicts. '1 he
disease is pu.lliig the best of tho Spanish
rn" Ileal tiilent.
In Havana several persons, including one
person of local Importance, have been at
tacked by It, dying with all the symptom
shown lu the animal victim. The 'butcher
have been warned ollli-lally against killing
cuttle from thu Infected districts, nud tho
ouco popular beefsteak Is uowseldo.u culled
for lu thu Havana hotels uud reutauranu.
CLOSED WITH A BANQUET.
Labor of th Rational Civil Strvioj Reform
Hie annual scs-ion of tho National Civil
Service Jteforiu league closed Iii l'hiliidi-l-plila,
IieccmLer 11, with n banquet. Her
bert Welsh, of 1'hiladelphlx, president of the
reiiiisylvnuia association presided.
At the hu-dness meeting tho follow'ng offi
cers were I'lecteil: I'resl lent, t'arl Hcauri.,
New York; vice president, rinirlcs Francis
Aua:n. lloton: A.igutus Ma'!.oiiough,Nevv
York; Itlgbt Ilev. Henry r. I'otier, New
i ork ; .1. Hall I'leunaul. ' Jliiltimore; Henry
Hilln ock. St, I.ouls; Henry I'. J.eu, l'hlln
delphla: Franklin M.i'-. n ,'ii. ( hicago; Win.
l'oit... New York, and Archhisitoji 1'. J,
A l'lres.e ou Ihe operations of thn civil
service in dnTercnl citi". were made by r.
II. Wilhy, ( ni 'lniiiiti; V. 1'.. I iiilnng, Cleve
land; lev. W. K. l.orl, M. l'aul; H -nry
llilclicock, St. I.ouls; l;i.-li.trd ll"urr lhina,
lio-toii. and J. C. Tir.rp, M-idison, V i.
I'aper were read a- follows: "Hin Uelatlni
of Wolullll to 111" Civil Service Jt"fo;m
M ov-meiit," by .Mr-, i harlcs J(iisell l ow
ell. New York; "( ml Service Keform lu the
West." I'd. .1. W. Phi. Ciili-.igii; "Civil S.-ri
H'V lleforin in the Constitution of New York
Stat"." Sherman S. llngoi. H.ilTalo; "Civil
si. tv ice ( omini-sion- l.s.i-niial to civil Ser
vice p form," Iiorman It. F.iton, N- w York;
'Four Year Tenure," l.udii ). sift, lu
l'reiient-eect Nl li Inl-v Is recognised a
a friend of civil porn e refuriu, and he Is
urged to remove no fourth-dup postuui- I
t-rs except for cause. The ce i,itivo eiiirt- .
ini'.ti e will scle.'l thu next place of meeting. ,
IaptrUat Kairi rrnUl aa4 AoUi
TJpoi la Both Hoa&
Tho Houie proceeded to buslnee to-day
and before the esslon closed had passed
three bill ot conelderable Importance and
the first for the regular upply bill, that for
Three of the bills related to postal matter.
One provided for the use of private mailing
oirds, when ouo-cent stamp are affixed.
This goes Into effect July 1 next. An
other provided far a limited Indemnity
oft 10 for the loss of registered maii mat
ter, and the third provided for private
currier a-rvleo in town and vlllnges where
no fre delivery exists. It provide that
on the application of 'JO persons receiving
their mail at the snmo officii the postmaster
shall appoint such person a nro w illing to
undertake thn collection and delivery ct
mulls, the charge not to exceed one cent for
i-ii'-h letter, mid that the chargu ahull be paid
by the beni flciarb's.
1 he pension bill was passed without fact
ional opposition, but Mr. (irow, of l'dinsyl
vanin took occasion In the debate to submit
soino views In fam.r of higher tariff duties,
based on that portion of the president' me.
sage Mating to the tariff.
The notice of the opening a Cubnn discus
sion ni about tb" only feature of Internet
developed at the brief session of tho senate,
which last-d only Vt minute. Senator
Cullnm gave notice of a spee.-h on Cuba next
Thur'lay. '1 lie senator Im l expected to
stmt thn wheels of ii 'tunl business, ' but thn
appi nr.-ince of ii boii.-e resolution relative to
the dentil of ex-Speiik"r Crisp lej to the cus
tomary adjournment ns a ni.irk of respect.
A large iiuir.l i-r of I ureiiii reports were re
ceive I, Including that of the government
dire tors of the I'n.-Illc railroad.
Tin tin hat.
Two sivi pit.g Cuban resolutions were lu
tr.i.luccl In th" .'teioite this niornlng. one by
Senator i all, of I P ridn, ileciar- s the Inde
pendence i f the In-iirtri-i.ta, mi I another by
.Mr. Mill, i.f li'Mi. liirecl the President lo
seize the i-'un l of Cuba mid hold ll until ll
regular Cuban government hhull hnve Iwen
etaiili"h"d. II ''Ii resolutions were referred
to the Foreign Kelatlous committee. Tho
Senate by the dcci-e vol" of Xt to ill, adopt
ed a tin it Ion intake up the lMngley tnriir
The Senate to-dny took up tin Pniiiigra
tlon bill an I rejecfi. by n vote of 1:1 'o iii n
ino'loii made bv Mr. tiibsoti, Iictnocrnt,
M iryuind to postpone it until th" first Mon
day In ,'ntiunry. '1 he Senutu Hlbstliute for
tl.e House bill wns agreed to, uiiil Mr. Sew
oll, Jlcpnlllcan, New .lorey, offure.l an
amendment t'j ux-'ludc nil l.liK ri.t.i persti
over 14 years. e fpt ti nt an nu'-d or minor
person not able to rend or writ" who Is tho I
parent, giad arent, child or wife of nn a !-mls-loioible
iTtalgr.itit may accompany or
be .-ent by su di luunilriitit.
Ms. Vest, Democrat, Miitsourl, protested
against the application of the lest of illltrncv
to women und girl und offered no umend-iii'-i.t
to that eO.-.-t.
Mr. Lodge, li"pul llcn. Mnssiichusctln.and
Mr. Cbuiidlcr. Itepuliliciin, New Hampshire,
opposed Mr. V t amendment, as it would
detru-'t from the force if the bill. Mr.
( handler reminded the Semite that thn Na
tional conventions (f liotli parties hat de
clared In favor of the r. sttlciion of Immigra
tion. If h" was wron- in that statement no
one wit more competent to correct him thnn
tin; present occupant of thn chair -Mr. Hill,
Democrat. New York, who win thoroughly
familiar with these platform.
Mr. Flkius, licpiiblicim, W.-st Virginia,
submitted an amendment placing a tax of
10 on each Immigrant coming into tho
United States on other than an American
ship. Wiihout action on the amendment
the Hen ato went into executive session and
adjourned until Monday k
In the House C- J. lloatner. Democrat,
who was unseated at tho lost session and re
elected from tiro Fifth Loulsann district, was
sworn In. Mr. Scrunlon, Itepuhllcnii, l'enn
sylvauia, called up the bill amending the
law prohibiting the alien ownership of hind
in the territories so na to permit ulleiis to ac
quire possesion under foreclosure of mort
gage mid hold the land 10 years, within
which period they must dispose of it.
The previous iU"stlon was refused on the
third reading of the bill, (A) to 7:1
Thu bill prohibiting thn a.iie of liquor In
th" capltol bull. ting was passed by u vote of
lui to 7. Severil mnenilMicnts to "the Senate
bill prohibiting piratical productions of mu
sical and dramatic productions were reject
ed and the bill its passed. Tho bill to make
more stringent the laws reituluttiig thH sale
of lbiior lu the District of Columbia was
brought up. Mr. 1'owcrs, llepiiblicau; Ver
mont, i.rTercd nn amendment prohibiting the
sale of Honor lu the district by any person,
hi. ch rk or agent, except at his private resi
'I he Senate was not In ses'lori to-day.
Secretary HeriHTt sent t,, me Home the
claim of the (.milliard Iron works, of New
York, for C'J.i.lC'l damages caused by the de
lay i.f the govi riiiiciit lu constructing tint
hull of the cruiser .Maine. He also submitted
similar cluims of William ( rump X Sous, of
The resolution extending until the end of
the sussluu the investigation by the Joint
committee of th i Use of tree alcohol in the
urt und manufactures was agreed to.
Several private pension bill w.-re passed,
oil" granting tftil u month to the widow of
Col. iiurrl -k Mallory. Similar hills oc-upicl
the attention of the evening session, uud the
House udjourned until .Monday,
BHIPP1N0 MEN TO CUBA-
PURE GREED IS TO BLAME.
Oraia Bno.gh and to Spare, bat Bld at
EEF0BT ON TUSKIBIl MISSIONS.
American Churcbe Iiav Not Don
Much a Wa Ezpectod.
'I lie eighty-sixth annua! report of tho
Ai.n-rl an Hoard of Commissioners f,,r l'or
dgn Missions, shows satisfuetoiy progress ffi
IC-arly llli til" inisdohs e 'ept tlliel'! of Tur
key, vvin re "a carnival of robbery, inu--sii' re
and outrage have oceiiri .'d." 'i ho report
e.imi.iiiiiis of ino wilh'lrawiil of the iritis f ,r
th" 'I urki.-h nu-loiis u-uaily made by tho
Ani'-ri -aii ctiiircl.es, itn lsuy.: "It has i-i-iii.
ed us if tho -.lie American churches were likely
to hni-li lini work which lire uud pword hits
I he board thanks tie American diplomatl'i
reprcsentiuivcs in I urkey fur their eneriry lu
prolceiinir tl.e j rsoii nud property of thn
missionaries. 'I lie re -elpt of the board
during the year readied a total of 7 1:1,1(11.
I nofll.-lal dispatclie received at Madrid
from Manilla announce a terrible mussaorn
of Insurgent prisoners in 1 ho Island of Lujiu,
one of the Philippine group. It 11 pi. ears
tllUt a liuiuber of prisoueri Slicceedod 111 es-
eaptng from the fortress of Cavile, thu fortl
llist seaport of Lu.on. 'J he fugllivca were
pursued by thu troops, whu overtook and
kilic 1 flj of them In tne utrcets. The others
Ilev. Dr. Talmugn says that the rumor of
bis engagement to marry a young lady of
Sing Sing, N. Y., bus no foundation lu fact.
Hurley Stoi-k-itlll, fourteen years of age, at
Mnpiewnod, o.,blnw bis head olf with a shot
cuu Im'.-uiimi his pitrunu would not lot him
Oov. Altgeld pardoned Schwartz, serving
life svutem-i) for murder of Lxpresa Messen
t er Nicholas. Wult, also sunt up for life,
died lu prison.
'l'rcpldont Cleveland's picture In the
Cook County Domocrullo club room, Chic
ago, ha beu completely destroyed by sumo
Cuban Junta Feopla Working Hard in Illi
nois and Indiana.
A representative, of the Cuban juuta has
been in thn vicinity of Kunkiikce, III., thn
pa-t few ditys, superintending the forward
ing of recruits for Ihe insurgcul army. Sixty
recruits passed through lu re Saturday night
( it the Iiiim is central. They wcru gathered
lu from t lUdigo und Wisconsin points.
Diirimr thu night twenty-live more arrived
Iroiu streutor.Spriiig Valley and other Points.
uud wcru lurnislied transportation lo .New
Orleans. It I probable (hat it number Will
be enlisted nt this point.
A stranger, d""lliiing to give bin name,
opened h'-iid'iunrters lu lvdkoiuu, Iml , to re
cruit volunteer for th" cause of Cuba. He
ha slice led in Imercstinit a number of
pceoplc, and bo pi's to muster 11 full eompuuy
lu thin vicinity to light the Spuuiurds.
ROCKEFELLER S NEW ENTERPRISE.
A Grist Steel Plant to Soon Bs Built la
The Standard Oil company and Ihe liockn
fellers have bought , 500,000 worth of real
estate from the Culumet Canal and Dock
company, of Chicago, embracing 3,1,00 feet
of dockage uloiig Lake Miuhigau, the Calu
met river uud thn slip at thu mouth t the
river. I'pon this lund the llockefeller Inter
ests will build thn largest steel plant lu the
thn country, including blast furnaces, steel
rail mills uud mills for structural Iron, Thu
cost of the plant will bo 10, 000,000. This
new enterprhu wlil come Into direct compe
tition with the Caruegies. Uulldlng opera
tions are to ooinineiics early next year.
Swedish Colony Near Bristol, Tennenee-
Tim work of surveylug the tract of laud ill
the suburb of Uristol, loiiu., ti be used for
tin establishment of a Swedish colouy ot
1. W0 Inhabitants Is about llnlshttd. The Ilrst
perty of Swodes to occupy the land is expect
ed hero in the earlv spring, and active work
will then begin. It Is lu thu contract that iu
huhltanls of this colony are to be cdumitod
and are to huvo ample menus to begin bust
nese. These people will do general farmluc,
but a part of them expect )o engage lit the
tuaaiifactiire of claret,
Starving India' misery fill the reports
just received by Ilev. Dr. James I Itartnn,
secretary of the Foreign Department of tho
American Board of Mission, and lie v. El
nathnn C Ftroug. Its editorial secretary.
'From eight mission In India," said Dr.
Barton, "we have accounts of suffering be
yond description. Thn severity of the famine
doe not Indicate that there la no food in
India, but that a scarcity lu one section hs
raised price beyond the earning power of
the people. Wiure earners there earn about
a penny a dny. On that they live In ordinary
time. Now, wit n the reel of food raised two
or threefold, they canuot poss'bly live on
"Ureal masses of tho population of India
are on the verge of starvation, even In the
best of time. Million mut die for want of
the grain that ibolcrs nro holding In granar
ies for high prices.
" The Uoverumcnt choiild do all It can.
Slneo the famlue of Hii-'-t. It lias been
prepared for another by planning reservoirs',
roads and other public works. Thest are to
begin at once and will furnish employment
and wages to iiiiinv. Hut India ha a popu
lation of tf7.0o0.0Hi, and the .i.OOO.OOO
finunds to be expeud"d will bo but a trifle
u alleviating the suffering.
"Our mission school und colleges will suf
fer. Tho appropriation wld not buy foo l
for thn pupil already tin ro nt fiimum
"Tim letters that have come to us,"sil
Itev, Dr. Strong, "show onlv too plainly
that millions of live will Pe lost. In thu
Mission Hoard famine packet from India,
liev. James Smith wrote from Ahmednagar:
"Those who eonstitu'o thu rank and 111 1 of
our churches are always in a condition bor
dering upon starvation, 't here are 4(l,(M)0
Ooo of sui-h poor pcop.e lu India who never
get more than one n.enl a ilnv. ICvery night
KO.OOO.OOO ilo down 011 the ground to :cep,
The average Ineomo of every man, woman
and child in India Is less tliau 1 cent per
"In this Ahmednagar district," wroto Hev,
Dr. It. A. Hume, "there have been no rain
since July, and the pro.pect is that tor eight
months uo more ram will full. 'I'll" llr-t
crops have not been proeriy ripened, iind
tho second crops cannot ewi bo powed, 'i he
water supply In the wells Is low. What will
It he In 11 few months hence',
"The fnmlnn seems likely to be general for
nearly the whole population with ll 100,000-
viu people, (iriiin riots me common. Mer
chants will not sell grain, largely because
they know the j rice will Increase; thoipeople
break open grain shops mid giiiniiries uud
threaten to kill the merchants If they Inter
fere. They say:
"We shall soon din without grain. If you
Interfere with our gi tting your gra'n, we
will kill you In thn struggle, uud it will be
all the same,
" Then they say to the police: ' Arrest ns
for Mealing uud support us in jail. It will
save us from ileal 11 by starvation.'
" As it I Impi sslble to ripen any grain for
over 10 mouths to come, whut fcurful sulTer
Ing seems to be in store.
Arbitration Treaty Plan Between th Two
Ifation Bounding Out.
The negotiation between the I'ultod State
ton Oreat Drllaln for a treaty of generdl ar.
IvfrajloB, covering all ubjocU ot difference
Between the two English-speaking nation,
present and prospective, has advanoed to a
stage of completeness fur beyond what tho
public has had rca-on to believe. Thu pur-
rose of Secretary Olney and Sir Julian
ttucetoto is to conclude tho negotiations
within the next three week. All the sub
stantial features of tho treatv have been
agreed on. From the present status of the
negotiations It Is believed the following Will
bo thu Important terms ot thu treaty:
First A term of five years from the date
of the exchange of ratill-'utloli within which
tho treaty shall be operative.
Second A court of arbitration of six mem
bcrs, threw to bo drawn from the judiciary
of the L'nited States and tlireo from tho
judiciary of Great llritaiii.
Third The submission to this tribunal of
all differences between thn two nations now
pending or to rise within tlic period of live
years, this not to include thu pcring sea
question, now before Independent commis
sions, but to include thn question of the
boundary between Alaska uud Krltish North
The completion of this treaty will mark an
important epoch in the relations between
the two I'.ugiish speaking nations, and, in
the judgment of those who have been most
Identified with thu coiisummatii 11, it will be
the most Importunt document of a peaceful
character In the history of their mutual
dealings. The president made a passing
Illusion to the subject lu his recent message.
It had been understood, however, that tho
inuin purpose of Mr. Clney was to reach an
agreement a to Venezuela, and that, having
accomplished this, the larger question of ar
bitrating all dilfereuues would require con
siderable time for its complete developomeiit.
liut thu negotatloiis have proceeded wit 11
surprising unanimity, so that those engaged
in tin work confidently believe that il will
be fnlly ugreed upon, und that the signature
of tho contracting parties placed to thn docu
ments within three weeks. This will give
fully two mouths for tho cousiderutlou and
ratiilcatiou ol the treaty at Ihn present ses
sion of the Fulled States seaute, and unless
some unexpected obstacle should arise In
that quarter there Is every reason to antici
pate Unit the treaty may be made elTcctive
Is'f ore the close of the present administra
tion. At leust till is tho conlbleut hop" nud
expectation of thoso most concerned in thu
Tb 0am Went On.
Alonzo Walling and Scott Jii'-kson will
hang together for the murder of l'ourl llryuu
curly in February. At Frankfurt tho court
ot appeals reulllrmed the decision of thu
lower court lu sentencing Walling. When
told of thu court's dcidsiou, Walling display
ed not the least surprise. Hit was found in
prison playing cards with Scott Jackson and
I.aughllu, thu wifu murderer, who is to be
hanged Juuuary 'J. Walling seemed to thin
thu prneeuee of thn new bearer au Intrusion
unwarranted aud calculated to disrupt hi
game of cards. While dealing the cards he
told the visitor he had nothing to say,
While no official information hu been re
ceived as to the purpose of m-yueeu Llluo
kulaui' visit to this country, her coming at
this time occasions much comment In official
quarters. One explanation of her expected
vUll is offered lu thu theory that she will try
to have President Cleveland use his Inllu
rnoe iu procuring for her a pouslou, as her
means are quite limited.
President Cleveland has recognlr.ed Guis
nppe Natali as ooniulur aont ut I'lllslmrg.
The house committee favorably reported
thn bill fur federal buildings at Altoonu and
Wilkesburru, Fa., to cost 126, 000 and tlbO,-
; Captain J. W. Hryunf.Captalii A. K. Miller,
il. W. Masters and ex-Cougressman M. D.
l.aguu, all of thu lower Mississippi district,
Biiiloned congress for 1250, 000 10 repair the
revasse lu the levee at Fas Aloutre, near
HOW MACEO MET HIS DE4T1
Another Trla f th Maar j. '
th Cuban Lis.. b4
Intf additional detail". M,.h ,o!W
rellabla. of lh ninn 1. K, . . ru"
, .u wuira A,.
Maceo met hit deith. It 1 kno
jiiw-w iri--t.j me insurgent h
General Sauehen to coneemrats t11-
... ...i.,i i.iv.iiimig rfnUlIIPja
when he should pass the trocbs. i.T
ed, hoa-erer, that in passing th a5
column commanded by ,ii,,, '''
Maceo mistook the force of tus-riii '
1'eral of Hanehea vanguard an I f 7,
self among them before he dis.-o.. .
At the fist vollev Mae ...
Tho Insurgent, taken bv m,,,..
meneed a general fire a t li-v m.; '
abandoned Maceo In a ilvlnc '..
Colcuel Feljoo ha bad an V'
Campo Florida, mar Havana V i
centrated force of the Insure,,,.. '
rsra llh Ulaesn St Ih. l.. . 11 nli ln
...... - - ..... IIS Sh, t
and which are now following n. 7.
Agulrre, Castillo. Aianguran i
....iiv iiiu iiiihi, nini ni Men ,,...1
horsemen. Colonel Feljoo sirmn IrT 1
forces at Tumba guarto. where h, , ."'iu
loss or i killed, th. ir wounds i '
ried off. Tl.e Spanish had U wounJ
Frlvnto advices from Hsntis,. .i'r -
gas. In this province, stale u :,iu. V
iient Insurgent leader, IVrl-o D,-eJ'"
.... n i.ri.i.l. w nlln I...I .11.
..... . . .VUe.. n.'..u.., , u
that it Is expected that several
loss of 18 killed, th. Ir ii.i' "
gas. in this nrovlnen. atniu o ,.....''' 's
.. 1..... - I... I -,
i.T-eii H'-iiuuniT noilU'H U, 111..., u
thntlti exiected that srver,.i i . '''
surireitta will Knnti tiirm...!... .... 't
authorities. The stennies si,,., i .. '. ' t-1
rlveil Irmn Hnmn will. 1 '.no ...i i ... 10
I'ooll the Initiative ..I n. ' ... ""'Vt
volunteers there wa ngiai.d ! n., bcIIJ1
at tho painee nt night in In i r o( .' "
Hy H o'.-l,,.-, ,.
were (Tacked with i,,,.., "im
.... , ...... ...... . ,. u ... r.
1. 1., X...I ll, l.,.l..,...l . . .. . ' 'I
, . , ...... ...... .... ,., ,
eovere.l At Sail ..,.1,..,l . Vs
of volunteer from. a nmrei... i . :.r' t.
of a baud down (HiUt... .
I nhi.-p amPI I he ilvii. ..( ,..' . '
1 here wo more t'tithusliism . veu t! ?
day Captain Weyler returned t , u
I rill MrsPillllet all si IiHTmimiii ti l
- .,- ...... w, mesa. Kill, W fi'Uf (.tt
x-e.n- ........ r... s inn V' Mil II,.., t f
I ..I p. . . i ..... . a . 1
Tcxn For Cub.
There was ft cr:.il m. etli... .1. o... .
Da.iiis, Tex., In tho Intercn ,,f lh (tJJJ
of Cuba. Two thousand renr. .'i,t.ii,. JI
,.ii. , i.iiiiii,-nj women wi-r" pr-s-tl 1
drew J. Houston, a son of p;,. ,,.,(
Jacinto. Iiresl bill, ntul mn.l.. . ., ... .
. - .nil Tri
speech. One Indorsed Mil, s nr. 1 n,r.
tion and declared: J
Thn pe. ple of lexaschil lr, i, ,.ftK. J
mo siitint reiiuy to nonor anv Im j,
upon them by congress m,'i p,iit.
men and material to end th M.i.it
nii.l barbarous reign of tn.. s
i ma, aim erect ll Into a f;,., XhJ
Killed by a Trse
a iiiini acciuent occurred al p.,
along ine line 01 inn west iiri'.n (-J
miii i uisourg railroad. I n i . , ,
U- ll,.nl.,l. ...,l VLn. f '
... ....... ,n .iUe- 1 . 1 11 1 K , S T- C.J
iiown it iiirt'e tree, when it -jit 'r i J
stump ami ratling uack stru i. I. u-.,,r.
lug him to the ground, w p.". s
i. . ,
neavy in-o leu n'-rus i. Ir' .. nj
him horribly. Ho was "0 -n, ,:t.J
nan oniy ikm-ii luurrled ai i ut ihr.-t i-m
Corn Crop in li'.'.r.ju.
Ihe olTiclaJ crop bulletin is-u-M hJ
stain Hoard of Agrleu tare s'lmttttg
corn yloPl of this year is 2V,io,uihl'
averaging 42 busliels per u -re tbrvuk
tne state, lne average price lm-i
bushel. This Is the largest yi'-ld lulu
tory of the State, excepting t tit ccpof y
which reached over 300,000,0i!0 butM
Columbu tonthtrn loll
The Columbus Southern r;.lir.J
at public auction at ioluml ii-.iin. furs
was bought lu by J. II, Aii'l-r-.iu, ol kv
nah and J. It. Williams, of l.k-iitiMr.J. H
senting l.astern bondholder aril g:;
for the (leorgla A Alabama iwir.!
prlco bid was 1 7.00,000.
Loaded With Etr.allpci
The steamship llu.on arrive I in Him
Dee. 7. from Spulu with rem.' ri'tt' I
1, HliO troops. I hreeof tie- ncn .lislrJ
on Iho way over nud six vvsr.- -uiVrnrt-l
smallpox when the steamer on-M Bin
1 be troops were received hi a .- laesl
clti.ons uud by U military autli Ti.;
Two Hills Ri'iumt
No. 2 and 4 puddle mi.lsnt II KM
roiling mill iu Mcheespurt, n:t--r muni
of itOout three moiilhs, rc.-mni-i ui-a..
and several huudrcd men vierr cui
ployiiieiit. Nearly ull the mi. I- n IH
jiorl aro now running f u . I, an-l fi-p'1
are very good for stumlv w-ik.
Rcoruit From Ariuniu
A company of twenty yicing r: -ii tl''
ettevllle: Ark., have i -rgiini. '-1 -few
days start for Cula to "io tl
Tim Kentucky Distiller.- '-tiJ
a committee from the .Viti.tiiu
l.luuor Dnalers- associati. u net it
ville, and upproved the pr. ..'
lug bottling of whisky in l eu 1,
Henrv Williams, a miir l-r-r. s 1
luein linnireil Mt I riwli vllie. M s. t-'
death warrant hud been rea l and ti t
was about to swlutf a telegncn w 1
from Governor Mcl.aurla graiillw' '
for 30 days.
Tim" I'hnsliii deleirntes lisle iTi 1
thn Dnwes commission for Ire
land and abolition of trpttfii! C't"
In eight veurs. Tow n sit -s hl i
i ..i.i ..ni...... .. ,M.. i'.!.-.::1. 1
ill. lum . mi, v
t.i.liiiice of Ihe hind eulllelV ti:'l'W'
Miss Helen Iti'ers, bora I I'D I "J
lu Newtown, N. I., saw wsi ' ' '. J
first time. She has I n t 'J" ''nn
Hospital for a long tin,". nt"l I" ' J
..i. ,.i il... ,,ri.i. i im'i I in" 1
I'veini.l Knr ll.iatiltltl of NiWI'-K'M
ed uu operation which g i" I."' "'',
A bill has pased th" li -u-. ' s k,;
. i. ii... u..,. ni.. .if L'.'.i'-ri! -
: r . . , .p.. i-bj
permils private curds. l"-" ,
suuiu rl.o as the present I i'""1'-1'
card, to go througa ".
: ... .i..7 i... .. .r. . bM
sainu na tun e-nniiii i,ri
i...- i ,.i. .. i i.. tUi-a. t' I
stninu hub te-eu anii&u.i " - - . I
existing law a private eiitd J
I . ... L I III U!"B 1
nmu m -vi.ii v.rai.i' i - - h afl
cards are admitted to tlia '"""'j,!
they are freely used l y I'm-m "'t
as by persons to whom they I
when the regular cards ar I
Insanltv Is rfhi'i
nenrv and Fredericks irf. j
u. I (., I liiuiir.e. S fi'f
"'.r.'Hi.'. " - - -
. ... . o,.!u;lti
Phieugo. ino uusoan'i ' 1 . " . . fi
melancholia, prodii't'i v .
wile, woo lias ooeu ni-au . . 9
He is now tue more serioJ
100 1'rrsaiis Kile4
. li. ilfl.
A cispatca from J-'m
tl...i . i..r. I, ,.li, tier ti:iS c
burying over luu p'-'"- , :l
have already ueei r ",r .
where Ihe disaster nciturn ' ' , ,
Frontera, alxtueu mllu njr,a
A disaster I reported to
. ... i..nii'u l'nl
toe minus oi m ...m
suiiiug company, "-"..ii-j
insn are said to hv. .