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V. I Was Macn More Abttve That Was first Reported. it LEADERS IN GITY Or MANILA, following Intfruduwi lh'.y RCCChcd from the Junta at Hong Kong, Directed the Warfare. Manila. Sept. II. The Insurgent tit. moimtrattorm Inst week prove to have helm moro extended than waa at Mst tepurled. Pram Cagoywtt ami Isabella (.rovlneofl, and the northwestern dl trlcts of t.uwn, conic accounts of luiur gent operation nml American precau tionary measures Merchants lu tlie liravlneo of Albay are getting thtlr hemp to Manila us rapidly u poal Ho, fenrliiR that uthorwlie It will be burned by the Insurgents. At Hollo there was considerable anxiety I wit an uprising should oeenr, but tho Insurgenta thero aru censing tholr notlvlty nml returning in whtto clothing to tho garrisoned towns of tho dstrlct. A resumption at Insur gent operations Is considered qiitto probable, and tho Americans thero aro taking Urn necessary stets. Tho Atnorloan onaanltle In killed, wounded or missing during the lust tcu days appronah 100. Including HIn nllnn, nt tho OAHt and of (.ugumi do liny, whoro tho Insurgonts, nflor tho engagement, dotlvoittd tan bodies of our dead. Document captured In Mnn'ltt hIiow tbat tho Insurgent notlvlty in tola vi tlnlty was ordered by rebels litre, fol lowing Instructions mm tht Hong Kong junta. Senor lluenoamlno has received from Agulualdo an answer regarding tils peace proposals. Aguluuldo dorl.um to consider thorn nnd declares that he Is unwilling to agree to a comprom se. Archbishop Noxulcdo, with Illshop Hovla and ten friars, will leave for Spain nt one". Ho goes to render his dcconnlnl rollglmiN report. Ho says he oxpocts to return hern. During his absence tho uffalrs of the nrrh-dlncoao will bo administered by Mgr. Chupetle. Tho amnesty, expired Sept. 21 and tho conditions that existed previously have been resumed. An Insurgent proc lamation, signed last month by An ulnnldo, directing that American prls oners bo sot nt liberty, Unit gioil tront- nient Ue nccordrd to coptlVua, and that $10 bo paid to each Amorlcun surrend ering, has reached Manila. Feu ..rls- ouers wcro roleuscd under tho procla mation. Two, who have Just arrlvod from tho Coition district, report that the Insurgents lu tbat locality are lu "bettor Bplrlts" titan they hsd display ed at any time since April. The Insurgonts recently murdered ruthlessly three persons lu .the I, tilt ban district. Samar Is short of rice, but a? tlie .' lump supply Is abundant the people rro shipping hemp to Iliiluu Island and smuggling In exchange. Heated. Onlveaton, Tox., Sept. 21. The men yorklng under the health department took a rest Sunday, so there was notli Sue dono on tho work. The temporary hospital at St. Mary's university was abolished, tho patients being trans ferred to tho John Seuly Hospital. Tho St. Mary's hlspltal was established the day after tho storm under the direc tion of Drs. Starley and Huhl and has continued In operation slnoo that time. One. Strike ReltUft, Cincinnati, 0.. Bept 21. At 0.39 Sunday morning the conference com mittees of the Amalgamated Associa tion of Iron nnd Steel Workers and of tho manufacturers signed tho wage scale that will be effective until July. 10W. Owing in the unnsurit fluctuations of the mnrket, tho now sealo had not boon signed when the mills shut down June 0, and the (millions have been unfa vornblo over since .Tune, so that the mills have been Idle for almost three months. As soon as the senle was signed Sunday morning massages wore sent In every direction before the eon faretire breakfasted, ordering the II roe built at once. Rome mills started to-day. Thin decision menus employ ment to over (W.000 worklngmon. Meantime, the wage conference com mittee nt the Amalgamated Associa tion of Iron and Steel Workers hss bad five different conferences with the manufacturers at New York, Detroit, indlnaapolls nnd Youngatown. as well as here. They have been lu eonfereneo here since Wednesday, nnd determined Saturday night to sit till they got to gether or agreed to disagree. Whllo neither side got what It wanted, yet both sides felt rollcved when the senlo was signed after an all-night soselon. and most of the conferees loft without sleep so ns to b at the milieu Monday morning. The reasons for the delay In adujHtlug tho wage scale as well as for the frequent prolonged conferences aro due to the Mump In the market nnd the lluctuattnns during the past year from tho highest to tho lowest prices. The workers wanted $B per ton based on a one and four-tenths ami rate. The manufaoturors offered $1.80 per ton on n one cent card rate for bolting, ami the difference were In about the Maine proportion In other lines. President Shaffe and Commissioner hull Jointly gave out the following of ficial statement: The rale for boiling la $1.78 per ton. Imsed upon a one cent card rate, with the samo basis running up to ono two- tenths for the ennl rate, or 11.20. lint the price for boiling foi September and October shall be S per ton, Imsed upon a card rite of one and four tenths cents. Murk rolling shall be nno-sevonth of tho price paid for boiling: bushellng on sand bottom fchall bo $1.09 on n one cent ennl rate, with the same Imsls running up to ono and two-tenths card rato. . The following sonic was fixed for the finishing mills: On bar mills the price to bo paid Is tho samo as last your, with a enrd rate of one and four-tenths cents, graded down to n ono cent card rate. On guide ton-lneh nnd hoop mills, the lmso nml rate apply as tho ydn on the bar and the twelve-Inch mills. Among the mills ordered started are those of the American Steel Hoop torn pany at Olrard, Youiigstown. Warren. I'nnieniy and (Ireenvllle. and of the Itepubllr Iron and Steel company nt YouiiKtuwu. I ronton. Terre Haute Illrmliigham. Muuele, I'ninklln. Ma rlon, Mollne. New Albany. MlnuenpO' lis, Covington. Ky.. Ilrnill, Ind., Springfield. III., and Alexandria. Ind. SHOT BY StIERIff And Posse In Vicinity of Shenan doah, f. A MAN AND A GIRL AttE KILLCD. it Veteran' OhmIIi, W'urchester, Mass., Sept. 21. Oeorgo d'Vys, the last surviving member of tho government relief expedition which rescued Dr. Kane, the American Arotlo explorer, In ISM, died her of pneumonia after an Illness of only four days. Oil tho outbreak of the civil war Mr. d'Vays enlisted as a quartermaster and on the Ylnee lines saw exciting work on the bloekade of the (lulf of Mexico and In the battlo of New Orleans, fiilnrmtn Itltcr t'p. ilveston. Tex.. Sept. 21. The rall- rosfis are no sooner over one mm we than another be This. Adrlces were resolved at Santa Pe headquarters that the waters of the upper Colorado were flowing tver the road of tlie Lampaeaa braiie.li near Mullen to a depth of from Your to twelve feet and were rising at the rate of two Inches an boor. All tfafllte for tht La in pasts branch west of Italllngcr Is being bundlod via the Port Worth and Itto (Irande. Ily I'lr-. lUrmliigliam. A In.. Sept. 21. Plre de alloyed the commlswiry buildings and contents of the Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron comimny at Ilroukwood, Ala. The poitolllre was among tho buildings destroyed. Tho loss will reach $18,000. Ituuranee was carried ou tho stock. Ioril llraesy recommend tho United Stoles as protector of tho Uhlnoso. .lgliit llnter. Taku. Sept Jl. I.I Hung Chung has uausod a proolamatlon to be posted In tho principal t Mea of the Chi Id prov lure, calling upon the people and oI diers to exterminate all the boxers All the taoluls, magistrates and pre fects deserting their posts will be re placed by others. The military ottl clals are dlrectwl to count the troops awl report to 1.1 Hung Chang, who, the proclamation says, will arrange all matters with foreign nations. It Clilmed that the Mailer Originated Over an Iffort to Svppreu a Tending Difficult. TOPIOS OP THE TWO. islttrt nr lh Momonl In tnilUn UkUhaniK Trrilortii. se Shenandoah, I 'a., Sept, 11, A liter- I ft 's posse tlretl on a erowd of rtotuui men near hoia Friday aftarnoon. hill ing two porsous aud wounding soren others. . Shorlft Toole and Deputies O'Connell aud Urenneman were called to SbetMin- doab to suppress the mobs tbat threat ened mine workers nnd collier proper ty. At quitting time tho three sher iffs and a small posse whom the sher iff bod summoned on the ground went to tho Indian Hldge colliery of the Heading comimny to escort the work lngmon to tbelr homos. The ootltory Is located a short distance Mist of Hhen audoah. Tae workiimu left for home shortly after 4 o'clock. They walked up tho middle of Maat Center street and reached the I.oIiIkIi Yalloy rail road station. Here had gathered a large crowd of Poles, Slavs and Huns, men, women nml children, who lined both sldos of tho street. A shot rang nut from a saloon. This was followed by n shower of stones. Many of the crowd had picked up sticks and stones and wcro acting lu a threatening manner. Seeing this the sheriff who had pre Seeing this the sheriff, who had pre- and not to use their Unarms, com manded them to lire. The order was obeyed with terrible results The crowd pursued the sheriff and bis posse to tire Ferguson house, where they took ref uge. Hhcrlfl Toole shortly afterward telephoned to Hnrrlsborg and aakesl that a dtachmout of troops bo twit bore: Following Is a list of the killed nnd wounded; Killed: Mike Yuckavngs, shot In the eye. A llttla girl, namo unknown, shot In tho back of tho neck. Wounded, to far ns can bo learned: ftdwnrd Coylo, oged 50, bullet wound, ocnr the heart. Mluhncl Himiilun, shot In the nrm. John Wusdlakcy, aged 10, shot lu tho band Peter Stnlinooavlch, 28, shot In the shoulder. Mlko Suxltskn, shot In shoulder. Anthony Axalugeo. shut In left side, serious. Among those who wore injured by tho rlotors were tho following: Oeorge Ueddlng of Itlngtan. ugly gash on right forehead, caused by n brick; Hubert Rdwnrds, aged Gl, hit with stones; Charles llawland. aged SC. Injured on the neck and head by stone. At midnight the fourth and Twelfth reglmeuts. the governor's troop and Uattory O were called out. Imttan Territory, Duncan la to ee pUitled. The Indian Territory has been visit ed by heavy rains. JHtlna mil places the atac of Okmul gM at Stt arm. The sale of lots by tho townslto Binmlaelon at Alflkn Is about som plstwl. The eiTUrr of the Interior rojeeta Anlmoris town plats ears It is too large. W. II. lllltna of Dursat uaa beta ap pointed s land appraiser for lbs Chee taw nation. A boiler explosion at Chtckaibn cans! two ilaatlw. aud ebjhl Pomona wounded. The dnrket for the term of I'nlted Slates court at Oitckaelia. which be gins Ort. IS. has been tat (loveriior-elcet Uukas of tho Choo taw nation went to (InlvMlon Just be fore the storm, aud has not bosu hoard of since. J. M. ttlley, a young Cherokee In dian. Is to enter Yflle college. He Is a graduate of llacouos university, Mus kogee. Mary nekens. a Chickasaw, wan burn! to dcntli nt McMIHnu while making a lire with coal oil. Tlie house was also destroyed. W. II. llBArtatll. 01 yearn of age. was convicted of manslaughter nt Atoka He was charged with killing (leorgn Wllwiu. his son-in-law. near Cltro. In the poatolllee at lona. Charles and Tom Dlamukea, father mid son. wore killed. Sam Ashtnn surrenderml. The elder Dismukes waa iost master. The killing waa the result of a trouble CWarlrs IHsMiiki wss under bond for, Aahton decllnlnz to lonaer serve on his bond. OkUilimim.. King Wells had an nrm cut off In a gin at Outhrto. The Ire factory at I'nwneo burnod. Lom, $12,000; Insuranco. SO00. Itloven-yoar-dld Hmma Thurmnn was shot and killed by u load from a shotgun nt Canute. Oedrge llmyton was crushed botweon cars on the Oklahoma Ivtislern railway at Uuthrlo. Owing to a difference between Judges there will bo two courts held In Wimh Ha county. Aj.p. Onrdner. editor of tho Coyle Clipper, was knocked 'from his horso nml robbed of 1 06 aud his marriage license. Ilo was seriously Injured Negroes did the work. Mett.Torrlhl. FaJrtmult, Mlna,, Sept SC. Mesgsr details bar Just resetted here of a ter rible eatsiitrophe which visited tho vil lage of Morrlstown, ten miles west of hare, shortly before t o'clock Monday. Tho village wns struck by n cytlone end a barn was raised In the air and dropped directly on top of Paul Qatz kc's sAloon, whtro sixteen porsons had tnkon refuge from the storm. The sa loon collapsed aud all occupants wore burled In tUo debris. At present It U said that eight dead bodlea nml three Injured tteraons have been twken from the ruins. The dead Jake Miller. Jake Weaver Jr., Prank Pitman of Watecvtlle. Otto Oalsk. lohn Hokrer, Jr . Rimer llroks ami II. S. Watte The InJured-KiBBk Yllrter. Innl Out- she, Portor White and Lewis Pitman Jr. 1 The s torn came without warning from a aouUtwaaterly drectlon, aw lug over to the northeast. The length of Its path on the village was law than a mile. The storm made Jnmtw of one block, but whenever it csme down ev- evrythlng wae enimliled by the pow er of the wind. The bum belonging to Dr. Darga teli, which Is ou the outskirts of the village, wbb the first structure destroy- o and this was one of the frank fea ti.ics of the storm. The burn was picked up and oarrlml a bloek, loavmg tho Hour uunJurcHl, with two horses kUindlng on It. The building was i rushed. Prom hero the storm Jumped i I lock to the saloon of Paul Dntske. lie' ore reaching the Oatiko saloon I! tro Is a two-story building which vur left untouched. All the people killed aud wojudel In Moiristown were lu the saloon having hurriedly taken refnge there when the storm was seen oh the outskirts oMhi v "luge. Thero wore sixteen people lu the structure. Mure llUitritrr Paris. Sept. 22. The Krench consul at Canton telegraphs, under date of Thursday. Sept. 20. that disorders have bmkeu out nt Sun al. near Canton. Several villages have been destroyed an1 others are besieged. The mission- iirl-s suceeeled lu escaping. The first lmicb of troops sent by the viceroy proved powerless to subdue the disor der, ami the foreign consuls made a moat urgent request fur tho dispatch of l.jm'heil four. Ponchntnulu. U., Sept. 81. Pour I negroes wcro lynched here wl ware n Urm ,IJ(l. (jf goIlwrB Th ,.,,. suspeeuM oi u.irgisnzing w. ...- . of t,,0 ,,,,, eBIWBtB an,i fi. .. ii..,..t,l l., 'l.i.liiili(i, liar. ... the l'reurli gunboat Avuluucho will par- Henry llatfehler, In Tunglpuhuu lib. TI.e victims weie: Isaiah Itolllus, sed IS. Charles Itlllott, aged 20. Oeorge lllekham. aged 22. Nathaniel llowman. ageil 17. It Is stated there has bseu nn f pi domlo of burglaries lu the lower Uou of Tangipahoa parish. To tlUruTrutt. Byrscuse. Neb., Sept. 22. lu hU speech here Mr. llryun nnnounted that In his speech at Nebraska City next Wednesday evening he would dlsetiw the trust question because of tho pres ence hore of tho starch combination. He said that the Democrats believed as much In tariff reform as they had lu 1892, as much In the free coinage of silver as they had lu 1800, but neither of these won the Issue of supreme Im portance now. UFvompauy the forou. A rein of line lignite lias been found near Ilrydu, Tex. Negro soldiers huvu left HI Paso for San Prauelsc-o. W TIlllMMtMll r,llll. nnlveatnu. Tex., Sept. 2ft. The list n( dead from the storm of Sept 1. print Itn the additions which bare appeuru wl lu The Sunday News of Sept. fl. with the additions which have appear ml In the Issues of Monday nnd Tues day, Sept. 21 and 25, represents a to tul of IstS mines. In tho dead lUt where It speaks of one pereou and fam Ily belni; lost we count such a loss ns threo pM pie, which, of course, Is the mlnlmun loss, as the family must con slot i.f h nulls ml, wife uml nt lnnst ono child. In the rune of the Johnstown tic oil the total number of dead was never Known within 300. It was known tint miitiy perished whose lib .m wcro never :ecorded. lu the case of the On I vo ton cntustrophe the Indications are that not mora than 1000 people will ntUHlly be usrountcd for. Tho News l.ns made a diligent effort to t us i Id" n Hut of the dead as pod slide, (oirecttous are comug lu ev rry day. In fact, at the presmt time almost as many names are being Linen out of the dead list eneh day a at lelng added to It It Is fair to as some that 800 or 100 MMpU were hut uion names are not obtainable, wh ch x.ould make the total dead list ou Oal vest'iu Island abOHt &000 . HuM-rtutendsut David Hall or the cay eleitrlc llht system rHpurts tHat '.e I bit msd armngemnita wth the Ktar hour mills to furnish street llghti t mtwsrlly, and that he has offers of m.u hii.ery aud supplies which will ciulle him to restore the city's plunt at an expense of only $1000, uad that fur labor. He proffers his services for k year free of charge. The detectives guarding the Chinese minister's residents at Yvashlugton hare been dUmlssed, thoru being no further need of them. Cnuseil Ailrlli. llarana, Sept. 21. Porto Kico's de ntaud on Culm for the repayment of inure than $MI0,0. udvsnewl to Spain to eoHdiwt mllltiu-y caratoHa aaut Cuba, has be the aouree of eoMlldereble amusewent. CmImn are asktig why they skoold rfr tn4 lent to the mm? tt the express pur liM of sukdiiltig them. Oen. Wood will return lUt Oocu rrentt forwarded from Washtagtau t Oar. Alien of Porte Hleo. Ilsitna mi IlrHii, Clerelasil, O.. SepL 2-1. Senator I la h ave out aa laterTlew to the IoohI iwpers Sunday. The Interview Is notable chiefly for the severity with kk'H he criticises Col. Aryan In par ticular and Democrats In gomral. Among other things Senator llanna aaserta that Col. llryan has promised a rabtnot position to Itlchard Crokor ut New York and that "IIUcal Jobs Imve heoN promised tight and ML" It treated a sensation. MnlMukjrax.. Sept. 11. -Heavy rains during tho last forty-eight Iwars have caused very great damage to the cot ton erep a' this soetlOn. sonsclally la creek hoitoena and lowianoa, wh ch aro all overflowed. A washout on the Texas and Mew Orleans railroad occurred last night at Prairie creek, two mlUs north of this place, delay lug all trains svral boura, Mmnaror end easpreos dowager say . .....a , a .. . . IL.I.. ..I. IIBVJ will out rnm tw I'VKin, u unr bsrhuu' have lutrjdod. WhI In Uainiiiaml. (lalrceton, Tex., Sept. 21. Oeneral hesdnwarters have Ueon established In Central park, with the two battalions eamped In the pork, and In Uall High Sehool snnare. Tho third battallan hi eamped en the beaeh, near Tremont. Ilrlg. Seurry delivered the troops to the command of Col. West The rgl ment was drawn up In Hue In front of Oen. Scurry's headquarters, at the telephone building, whore the general delivered them a brief addre. Not So Ureal. Austin, Tex., Sept 22. Superintend ent of Penltentarles Itlee was here, and stated that the damage was not as great to the state property as was first thought. The damage to the property Mr. Itlee estimated at tl2.et0 owl to the ettfNU sane crop less than 10 pw oenL The yield usually represents ap proximately SW.M0. He estimated that bell weevils and army worms have de stroyed 2t00 bales of aotten out ot a possible 509 on the state farm. Iiilierluiii' Til, New York, Sept. 21. Tho Inheritance tax of Colli P. HuutluKtou's estate will amount to mors than IIUO.000. In an estimate prepared fur Controller Cider. It appeared that the transfer charges ou sperltlo bequests alone would amount to $90,000. No appraiser has been named for the huge estate, and the real valuation of the enormous fortune left by Mr. Hunt ington will not be positively known for eighteen months. nSeT ns;tr Chicago III,, Sept. St-W. J. llryan has cancelled all his dales In Illinois and will make speeches In the east In stead. Chairman Jones brought from the east iweh glowing reports of the chanoea for Democratic sueeess there that It lias been derided to eOHeenlrals btavy work In the so-called doubtful states. Mr. llryan may be prevailed boon to speak In Delaware. Maryland ami West Virginia, as wall as New York. ,i Mt llitUoiijr. Salt Uke City, Utah. Sept 21. The Roosevelt special train, which laid over at Ogdeu Thursday night, arrived at Salt Uke Friday morning. The train was met by a groat number ot peoplo and a brigade of rough riders, who es corted the governor through the prfn dps street arajd lend demonstra tions. The Hoowyolt party, aeaotn Milled by the rough riders, went to Salt Air in the afUrnoin, where sueecbM by the governor nd others were made. bvehts op evenvwiiSha. The bubonic plegue Is stilt at Gtaa. gow, Ssotland. Seventy-two new cool mines tiafe, been opened In Prussia this yonr. Chairman Jones and Hen. David D, Hill had on exttnded eonfefenlo. A llrltlah expedition to Slkin Hit Kwan la probable at nu early date. Tammany Hall, New Yorle, will tn tertaln llryan on the night of Oct 16. The nld-tlase telegraphers, In session at St. Itonl, will meet next year at Montreal. Ux-Senator Hill of Mew York will ewm tako ttie stump for the Democrat- l UckeL Ily the sinking of a smalt boat nrir Savannah, CJu ix negroes wero drowned. A pearl has been round near Wino na. Minn.. whNU Is "sttnmtett to us worth $1000. lIx-CouiiroMaman Thomas P. OchIN tree, who la London, sends condolence to the mayor of Qalvealuu. Tho popltLttloti of Sacramento. Cat., Is 10,112, against JO.tSlt In 1S00. This shows au Increase ot ISO)., or 10.93 per cent. The population of Pueblo. Col., Is 18.1 ST. against 2I.MM In 1800. Thll showa an Increase ot SMQ, or 14 9S per uent. Cubans at New York are advtwd that Cuba Is highly oxeltml over (Ion. Wood's alltged Interference In ttto olectlons. Cyms Pleld Adams, publisher of the Times, lu which ho appeal for help, The letter states that IWO Afro-Autctl- cans loat their lives. The frenchmen recently arrested nt Mets under suspicion of espionage, have since been found photographing a fort under construction. Oeorge 1C. Smith 'lMUahurg Phil") announces that ho has dscJtted to Ball all the horses he ha" In training and never again to own a racer. The ceisus bureau announces that tho population of Augusta, Ou., la 2,U1 ja agnlnst 32.200 lu LSOO. This Is uu In crease of (J, HI or 18.44 per oenL The supremo council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Itlte ot Masons, la session nt lloston, re-elected Honry U, Palmer soverolgu grand eommaudor. The census buroau nnnouueos that tho population of llutte. Mont., Is 30,- IT0, ns ngalust 10.723 lu 1800. This Is uu liicreuse of 19,717, or 180.10 per cent. Moth tho Urltlsh And the Americans have uu eyu ou Slinu 1 tut ICwun ns nu open winter porL Unly n tow nilioi ot tho railroad havo been destroyed and the bridges are Intact. Ilrlg. dun, Humphrey, chief quarter master ot the United Slntos expedi tionary force, and Cot. Sumuol 8. Sum ner have arrived at Tin Tfrlu. ho lat ter will command the second brigade. A meeting' of Iron dealers from vari ous parts of Oermuiiy. at Cologne, an- Minted a spoclal committee to winter with the manufacturers with a view of counteracting the present pressure for lower prices. Ilereft of his mother at the ago of 4, when his parent separated nt Ore uolii, Kas., IClmer Hicks has been try ing for years to learn of her wjie.ro- uhouts. Ills father took him In New York, hut he did nut llko It there. Mr. Darker. Populist nominee for president, says he Is hopeful of car rying both (Icorglu unit Toxiih. Ho ex pects to get 18,000 votes In Nebraska and make a good showing lu Illinois, ludlanu, Michigan, Minnesota, West Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas and South Dakotu. Ilrr-lfrr .iHilnletl. Dallas, Tex., rjcjn. S3. Atomey flen nral T. S. Smith, who Is In Dallas, filed suit In th fourteenth district court against the Partners' and Merchants' Insurance company of this city, asking for nn order restraining It from effect ing a consolidation nnd for the ap pointment of a teoelver. He alleged that the defendant had absorbed the farmers' aud Merchants' company ot San Antonio ami tho State Plre Insur ance company nt Waco, thus securing the new company the assets ot the old corporations without legal liability to pay losses. A receiver was appointed. The HrotktrRood of Ueomotlve Firemen, In soMlflH at Dei Maine, hold their next biennial meeting ut ChattNHftaign, ToftH. 11,1 i The North Oerman IJord line will re-enter CWveeton trade. Moro Umh tffty fablaf rotating from St. Johns, N. r. are Kw-i Awr. aalvestnn. Tox.. Sent. VL Tho storm Bwettt awey a great many of the caskets which bad been nlaeed in vaults In the city cemetery. Some ot tin oasHeta fltd to the malntand. and InformaUon has been reeotvad that some ot til em were picked up ami burled. In a trouble over a poafowl fftorga Owen wm killed by Coroner MaOul lough near lMwrttlo. Ky. James J, Corbtt. In nn Interview published In the Iinilon Kho, saya the principal objert ut hie visit there Is to try to get hold of the National Sporting elub and run It on the same basis ns tho American boxing clubs. James Ilrown, vie presldant ot Ten nessee coal. Iron ami Itnllrond com peny, lias returned to lllrmlngham, Ala., ftom a five months' trip to Hu rope. Mr. Ilrown says the demand tor American Iron and steel In llurope Is fully as strung as ever. One hundred puddlers employed by the American Car and Pouudry Co., at Meehtburg, Pa., stntek heoaHM of a reeoNt outer ot the earn pany whtck compels the imdillers to light their. own 14 res In the morning. The Central Atmey of Qlaigow, Scotland, vomprwtug the firms of tho Coals, tlto Clarke company and the 11 rooks company, ndvanoed prfaea 6 aettta per pounil ou knitting, mending and tambouring eottons. The InsreM equals It 1-1 to IT 1-1 per cent lu all. In an Interview with I.leuL It. P. Hebwn, whkh waa pilhllihed In a, pa per at Vancouver, II. O., Hobtou U qnoted as saying that Admiral Dowey did nut sink the ships at Manila, but that the Spanish opened the valve and sonttla tht ships (lissHsetros. Qoh. Shatter has roeommwdad to tho war department thftl tho Uasefftrt LawtsHt bring from Horn all Us In dltfohia alia can. la the eattifurtloti of the captain of die vessel, sofoly irr. The goneral eonUnos that the ineu. oaa steep en the decks.