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Ki= mwmr DAILY TELEGt APH. - s e: i h tor V. S" TS LEE* a luser an Wealth and- he: tonret ; Ttlisr EL PAso, Tex., April 8.-U. S. Sena. flo-elect G eo • (4 I ar9l r- '' Saturday accompanied by Joaquin Miller, Ia" Qtý, ..Tdif e. ºTqty qqmp. from Mexico, in which country the has I;t1J tý ,l( l i fFo n P'Oigb trike. 1 3 Ba14 J, kprii3..Abon! 1 a strikers refuse to return to work in the ' Charlerol district. The meri*'Mtnoio "'l o.r 'tlbtoUs~' ht vRer. ''Tbere is. t itii It agitilCfdh kindbgth& strikere 4 "': "it hib~un , P "e ,rutand' ;(hateet , lineau and at these points troops are t iil needed to preserve, .fes ,ie ji miners at Courcelles and Ilunord went The 4Iloo. ,. New OaLal i;j Ap Il 8: -Af -4td iii to the Picayune from Chattanooga says : 'fjtu/ TknePlse rJve .tlq i rising. ie' rse le er hior 1l created general consternation. Fully A an8 are now Id ucTui di ee.keti ;autuatl l"s., jif,,tnd ..properjy ts not Aepeetla froi' 'Birbhlbiatin, Ait., sajt: Passenger and mixed tyline rin re as eual yesterday above here on. the Louisville & Nashville road. re NEWS IN BRIEF. Fitta It4tyli ia Il,-Abe, Limestone Quarry4t 6ei py 'it At: i1bur&, '1' i a,r8saklSAturday for an van cents per ton. The tqithe OraboamCom lsitlQeetl alt Qluarry worl. These Italian 1JY 5' 9 too the pla now striking for` the sa Wqs fOrerly paid to the na Secretary Manning is still impllil-eg . , fdownfal1 of Gladstonb Gi Yo .dict& beCautseof his Irish programme. L TbeppW.er.r peparjng .to foce dit Careee to * 'Itlh[raw 'from- hdr:wariilk& attitude. A delegation of negroes called on the Priiee :atu~ia$+iand trrg~hd their' " claimstfor oftece. A mass meeting in Louido lprotoest.d go ,gainst the creation of an Irish Par. tee i , . .pos The Iowa Assembly by a vote of 73, passedl i 'till prohibiting alien non- of residents from -acquiring title to rea State. in Iowa .. Half of the ,city of Chattanobga ie s under water and 0000 people have been driven out of their houses anud forced to seek refge 61tih o'hllls. · "W a~i I idm'roe the detest dqposit , of slver ore in the coun't' iha' been o struck in tbe IronaHll mine, Da.k4pq It assays 100b· onees to the too. * ,' "ie .sia,'Godowm t' IA ' e m H I'ly decided to occuppy Bul4: Swithin a few weeks unless, P disaster near 'Monaco, the Fr -o4ered that all Ungertra'lne tfltted with costin brakIes. The Republican Sto:orial ca us Saturday declined to fulldw the Pro The Council of Engineering Sci tee, r, ` týe ' j k'bi r 'prom ot b r ' ridr '6lttib b bf Itihloearap bile ekJ 'Wbie drbgled 'ti evl odi 'a- Ohio on Thursday. L. E. Cool ,s of Surgeon General Hamilton says bat °ý 9antailile rrVl1pj1 ft OF 0 1ap is e on to visit foreign countries anl I yellow vrver-akIenr d v 0a abi ))dt4 bhf Nq"tlhe thougl t i is would become a law as soon as it cii i. TherAt be,-s hr arrilied in on. B itheffrBtt cIi+ strikel iarBitt* dtug e Pa., has been setted by arbiltlip dad r . of the strikers. r Gov. Lloyd, of Maryland, has si hdl t bill making twelve hours a ay's 0 ro fk for all street car conductors an a It is stated the British Govern bt Sis'I i1'iP* tJ (e7e p favorabli ytlf i American roposela for a rea diir t e tof t transatlantic postage ts. - e~erman troops on the Be glan tre.tioe have bean ordezed. ,pr vent" . e~ta '' j .tez, t'atkidd I the v recent riots, from :enterl, OGer y. B A telegratq from Hot Springs, rk., reports Judge John Baxter, of tJe iu~tfTitded 5.atesa Circuit Cour, tas seriously ill, a90d not expected .to ive. Si flbi'! Of rt ltian laborers, Im. ported to replace natl~e labor at a low. ate of wagesin the limestone uar. ear EJidlt g, OhAo,have t tuck ericans. Deca Irro`I ftiipany hap noty Itthaet to the will be obliged to close its es and extingish the 'fires. * rows 1200 men out. Greely, the Arctic explorer, rites o * New York Tribune defer ing Liout. Lockwood, of the Greely Ipe. dition, freo~m tbe.-e oef Inc pe. , lcy brZlhl .igtzlJ in the ourw t1 D. Plvy: rt8ats of hich e-'t nOly 4ppeared in the orth American Review. .. t".,be Iouse of Commons, last eveningr, the-bill;epeall.ng the anta giois cftSe#ses anl patsseq the do mit tee and was re.d.the third time nop posed. . Da The Reichseag, yesterday, by vot, of 169 sq 137, decided in favor of pro: longing the anti-Socialist law. J. W. Gi ... e A-.... ".istr t, . .. - Dealerin,-- -' GROCER i DQQZJ)TTRYP PIO 1UCE lEALS.SERV bAT;,26 S rfi,s (·s!¢.," ;~d . ens`t+f tn tc ts'f~I 1. ', "A111 ta Jayi ,e.r~. 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