’ W A S H IN G T O N AG AIN IN S E S S IO N . First Ile g u la r M e etin g o f the F ifty -F ifth C o n g resa. Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. 1 » * A t IIUUU noon .mjnuaj Monday the first reguiar regular ses mu lirai ses- of the 55th congres« was launched upon the unknown seas of legislation. Simultaneously at both ends of the oap- itol, Speaker Heed in the house and Vice-President Huhart in the senate, dropped their gavels and called to or der the bodies over which they preside. The sun shone brightly from a cloudless sky. making a glorious bright Decem ber day, witli a tine of frost in the air, and a breeze just strong enough to keep the stars and stripes snapping from the flagstaff*. A t the capitol crowds swarmed into the corridors at an early hour and ciioked the marine steps as they ascend ed to the galleries from which they were to view the show. As is usual on such occasions, the reserved galleries were carefully guarded, admission be ing only by card, and the public had great difficulty wedging itself into the limited space set aside foi it. COUNTY 1 1 « Il I MUß I DR. ger . HATCHET. W YM AN’ S o f the í REPO RT. Im p o rtatio n C h o lera . of A sia tic Washington, Dec. 7.— Surgeon-Gen- D EC ISIO N BY D utch S ilb ar» S u b je c t to * i n * D u ty. GAGE. l>l«crlnii Washington, Deo. 6.— The The Government Proposes to eral Wyman, of the marine hospital S p a n is h G e n e r a l S a id to H a v e of the treasury today decided ,h., Netherlands government pavs r. Pays h boi service, has submitted his annual re- y p a in o u oc. Push the Work. P e r is h e d in B a ttle . on raw and refined sugars exp ' port to Secretary Gage. It shows that from that country, and lienee, u during the fiscal year ended June 30, tlie new tariff act, all sugars frot 1897, the total number of putients C orn TERSE T IC K S FROM THE WIRES entering the Ui CA N AL W IL L BE S PE E D ILY DUG treated at hospitals and the dispensaries os THE REPORT IS UNVERIFIED Netherlands many States are subject to a discrimina] connectetd with the service was 54,477. ir, bo duty equal to the export bounty Although the total number of patients quest %n I n t e r e s t in g C o l l e c t I o n o f I t e m s F r o m E a s t e r n W a s h i n g t o n a n i l I d a h o A r e I n treated was 673 in excess of those treat The exact rate of this countervail Th erefore the S p an iard. D en y It- S a n t a litioi t h e N e w uml t lie O ld W o r l d I n h duty lias not yet been definitely ai t e r n . l e d in t h e F r o j e e t —'I h e l l o a t - ed during the previous fiscal year, tlie C l a r a t h e S c e n e o f F a n d o ’ . I . a « t 1‘ i g h t j im Co n d e n s e d u m l C o n i j i r e l i e n s l v e F o r m tained, hut it is said that it will expenditures were $538,536, which is K a ilw a y E x p erim en t. —S p a n i s h D e f e a t in M a l a n i a * . in the h proximate 48 cents per 100 ponn.li $21,000 less than the previous year. The Italian cabinet bus resigned. place, Washington, Dec. 7.— Further in Tlie number of immigrants inspected New York, Deo. 6.— A Herald dis raw sugar and a slight advanci General Pellieux’g action is regarded as formation respecting the proposed canal by officers of the service at the various patch from to sec ____ Havana says: A report those figures on refined. a political move, to make poaaible for and locks for the channel at the dalles ports aggregated 232,327. The surgeon- that General Paudo, who was placed in i It is known that the secretary in th the Marquis di Rudini to secure a « crow is to the effect that it is proposed to general says: 'charge of military operations in Cuba nig0 come to the conclusion that unanimous ministry. The ministers of push the work witli a deal of rapidity. a pat “ The necessity of legislation to secure by General Blanco, has been killed in Belgian government pays an e: finance, justice and public works, in or be si Tlie contract, system ami modern proper shelter for deck crews on West an engagement witli insurgents in |M)Ui,ty on sugar, and a deoree to the retiring cabinet, will not appear in methods of excavation and building ern waters, to which my attention was Santa Clara province, lias just reached effect may he expected in a short the iut its successor. have made it clear that years need not called in the last report, was met by the Havana. This has caused the utmost «to o The additional duties will E. L. Hewes, the Wichita mountain be spent upon a work of this character. ! act of congress requiring every steam excitement in palace ami social circles, from September 22 last, ill upoi boomer, who has been at Wichita for If the contract for improving the Co boat upon the Mississippi river and its and every effort is being made to get lular w The amount of raw sugar im three weeks trying to organise -a party, lumbia by a small channel at the dalles tributaries to furnish a place for the news from General Pando’s force to from the Netherlands during thi tilar i has left for Olkahoma City without a is adopted it will no doubt be stipulat crew with protection from the weather. verify the startling news. irths w year was over 88,000,000 pound single follower. A t different times he In th e U pper llo n .e . ed that the work must be done with This subject is one that has long en nee, a No details of the killing of the com which about 26,600,000 was not claimed to have from 600 to 1,000 The senate oharaher at the opening rapidity. Heretofore Oregon has as gaged the attention of the marine hos mander have been received, but the No. 16 Dutch standard. The ire pasi boomers ready to follow his lead into session was a veritable conservatory. sumed control over the pro|>osed im tong tii pital surgeons, who have made frequent statement is that tie was shot in a bat imports from Belgium during the the country. Eastern reports thereon, and this action of con tle with insurgents while on the march year aggregated The floral display was beautiful. Pre provement at this place. Evvi over 123,Oi Torn Hoshi, envoy estradordinary and cisely at 12 o’ clock tho gavel of Vice- Washington and Idaho, it is now said, prom if gress will be productive of much relief, from Sagua la Grande to the southern pounds, of which nearly 121,0' minister plenipotentiary from Japan to President Hobart fell, and the senate w ill take a hand in the mutter, and So gre although the act does not take effect coast of Santa Clara, where he was to «as below No. 16 the United States, was u passsenger was called to order. An invocation will not consider tlie Columbia river until June 80, 1898. , will I To meet the take a ship for Manzanillo. from the Orient on the City of Peking, was. delivered by Rev. Milburn, the wholly an Oregon Btream. Upper Co ¡¡roads t THE CASE CLOSED. Cfflcers at the palace declare that the growing demands for the service, new which I as just arrived in San Fran- blind chaplain. Seventy-seven senators lumbia river interests begin to press ire to go regulations have been prepared, and story must be thoroughly confirmed be cisco. He will leave for Washington responded on roll-cull. upon the Washington ami Idaho con will shortly he issued.’ ’ C on su la r A g e n t C l a r k , a t Piura, lowest e fore they will believe it. at onoe carrying with him instructions The venerable Mr. Morrill, of Ver gressmen, and make them feel the need F o rced to K e.lg n . The surgeon-general invites attention General Pando’s plan was to march who w in reference to the Hawaiian, treaty of mont, was first recognized by the vice- of doing something to secure the water to the excellent work by officers of the right through the heart of the territory Washington, Dec. 6. — Sec is 50.001 annexation which w ill ho considered president. He offered a resolution, outlet to tlie Pacific ocean without in oorpa during the recent visitation of yel where General Gomez’ forces are said Sherman has closed the case of [the sutiji by the United States senate. which was passed, in the usual form, terruption. low fever in the South. Officers were to have control. Simultaneously with Clark, consular agent at Piura, ire as h A theory which has lieen supplement that tlie secretary inform the house When the Uermun reinforcements, assigned to infected districts, and, al the report of Pando’s death comes news which attracted much attention of 800 consisting of four companies of ma that the senate was in session and ed on to some extent here in Washing though a number of them were not im 3 f a battle near Matanzas in which the months ago, by calling for the reai 170 stei ton is the fact that certain engineers mune to yellow fever, nevertheless they rines, numbering 28 officers and 1,200 ready to proceed to business. Spanish forces were driven from the tion of Clark. April 22 last, number Allison of Iowa presented a resolu who approved the boat railway scheme responded with alacrity und performed Held. This engagement was bitterly men, and a company of naval artillery, to a was ousted from the quarters used| arrive at Kiao Chau bay, for which tion that a committee of two senators vanted an experiment of this kind their duties with judgment and effi fought, and it is asserted that tlie low as the United States com To sene ]K>int, as already cabled, they will si on lx; appointed to join a like committee tried for the purpose of influencing ciency. Three officers contracted yellow losses of tlie Spaniards was very heavy. office, and above as a residence] if of Febr set out, they w ill bring the German from the house to inform the president other works in the United States, both ,t fever and one lost his life by accident The same re|H<rt says tlie Cubans was stated that the consulate hail make it of a publio and a private nature. It is | that congress was in session, and pre force there up to 4,660 men, the lar in the line of duty. will not allow any cane grinding, and sacked, the house plundered, am h day. 1 gest body Germany has ever gent be pared to receive any communication lie also said that engineers are somewhat also that the Spanish towns do not fa dignity put upon this govern i-quatrer yond Eropean waters. It is understood might desire to muko. Tim resolution at coni mis luting, and are not very anxi- ! T R O L L E Y CARS C O LLID E D . vor grinding, because they hold the through its representative. Tlie iers w ill that the reserves had to be drawn upon. was passed, and the vice-president ous to go contrary to tlie wishes of con- I zones of cultivation and grow tobacco department promptly called on re are m gressmen who push particular schemes. Burgeon-General Wyman, of the named Allison und Gorman as a senate with cheap labor, which they would Clark for particulars, which he aa; T h r e e Persons K i l l e d and a Score In - ion foot Engineers who have gone contrary to marine hospital service, bus submitted committee. Jared N ea r D etroit. lose if the reconcentrados return to would furnish. them can what senators and representatives have By resolution of Cullom of Illinois, bis annual report to Secretary Gage. It Tho Peruvian minister, Senor mt to sho Detroit, Dec. 7.— Two suburban cars, work on the estates. shows that during the fiscal year ended tho time of tlm daily meetings of the wanted, have been subject to severe carrying some 20 passengers, and both A letter received by a local paper nuern, put a different phase oi to join t On motion criticism, ami this they do not fancy June 80, 1807, the total number of 'senate was fixed at noon. iy of the f running at a speed of 25 miles an hour, from a correspondent in the East gives matter, by submitting a statemeni any more than other people. of Hale of Maine, a recess was then patients treated at hospitals and the uews of big fighting last week near | Clark was n arrears to a ootisid to make It must be acknowledged also that collided on the Detroit & Oakland elec dispensation connected with the service taken until 1 o’clock. Bayamo between the rebel Chief Rabi amount on rent for the building; tric railroad, at 1 o’clock this afternoon. Skaguay while the bout rnilwav scheme has re A t 1:80 the senate reassembled and was 64,477. Although the total num nr of Ht. A Three men were instantly killed and a and General Linares. General Rabi only the lower portion was usei ber of patients treated was 678 in ex the committee, headed by Gorman, re ceived the indorsement of many emi score of persons injured, several of them had only 500 men when General Lin consular purposes, although hi I not b cess of those treated during the pre ported. The president’s message was nent engineers, it has also been some seriously. Tlie dead are: ares had two columns. No details of placed the United States coat-ofl trans] thing of a laughing-stock, and way presented by Mr. Pruden at 1:80 vious fiscal year, the expenditures were »y w ill h John Savage, superintendent of the the fight are at hand, but the Spanish on all tlie doors of the house, $688,686, which is $21,000 less than o’ clock, and was laid before the senate down deep tlie leading engineers of the road; Charles M. Whitehead, motor- loss is said to have been heavy, one col using the American emblem for tore that army never believed that congress and read. the previous year. hie purposes. The courts had gi me any would authorize it, or tliut a boat rail man; John Kelly, of Detroit, hook umn being nearly destroyed. In t h e I.o w e r H our « . A force of 1,000 Spaniards, with ar regular decree against Clark, i| are but The annual report of Jame s II. Eckles, way would be built. It is one of tlie agent. A dozen others were more or tillery, have forced the rebels into the stated, directing him to vacat The house of representatives present subjects that they always smiled about less seriously injured. controller of the currency, for the year tbly praet The exact cause of the accident is not hills of Pinar del Rio. They must re premises for non-payment of ren ended October 81, 1807, opens with a ed an animated appearance long before and would raise their eyebrows with a ¡nee Oni brief resume of the history of the legis noon. The surrounding corridors were look of amusement when asked for a yet known. According to the schedule, main there or come out and fight, a n pursuance of this decree li bom D ye lation which constitutes the present tilled with jostling, moving crowds be serious opinion upon the project. Tlie a car leaves Detroit and Pontiac every thing the Spanish commanders think ejected, k I thence The galleries which greatest drawback to the boat railway, hour, and there are three sidings along they are not likely to do. Small bands Secretary Sherman waited untl National-bank act, and invites the at- fore 11 o’clock. ire, and l tention of congress to amendments to overlook the floor were black with peo- as always stated frankly by some of the the road. Today the cars were behind are still moving about with great cau cently for Mr. Clark’ s statement! to S t M as this was not furnished, aftei the law recommended in former reports, pie. Floral tributes for members wore engineers, was tiiat it would cost $80,- time. Tho one bound southward for tion. by light Reports of the condition and move months, the secretary directed without specifically repealing them. numerous, and in some instances im 000 a year to maintain it, ami tliut no Detroit had passed an outbound car at ites are j The controller renews his recommend posing. try them one could toll how much would eventu a switch two miles from Pontiac, the ments of rebels in the east are most minister at Lim3, Mr. Dudley, t(j A b the hands of the clock pointed to ally be spent for repairs and break crew apparently being ignorant of the conflicting. It is said that Gomez is on Clark.for his resignation, uni ation of last year, urging that national trihulat bank examiners he paid an annual sal 12 Hpeaker Reed, attired in a black downs. The canal project has always fact that another outbound ear was ap coming west with 40,000 men, but it is proofs of the alleged sacking wd in the cutaway coat, and wearing a red tie, been most favorably considered, and it proaching them less than two miles also said that Gomez is still at the hand. Mr. Dudley has evident! ary instead of fees, as now. rlly the ascended the rostrum. Tho crack of away. The weather was foggy and the camp where he has been for the last 10 received the proofs, for he lias nq will try Further information from Washing the gavel subdued tlie <1 in on the floor looks as if that was to be tlie improve months, and is being attended by Dr. the state department that he has | ment for tliut portion of the Columbia rails slippery from sleet. Tiie collision be reai ton respecting the proposed canal* and and conversation in the galleries. In occurred near a gravel pit half way be Candea, staff surgeon. on Clark for his resignation. months i locks for tlm channel at tlm dalles is to the deep silence which followed the river. The secretary of the interior lias ap- tween Pontiac and Birminghay, at the of tltes the effect that it is proposed to push calling of the assemblage to order, S m a l l p o x in San D o m i n g o . G H O ST MADE HIM CONFEl proved patents to the Oregon & Cali- i foot of two steep grades, down which over the r the work with a deal of rapidity. The prayer was offered by the eminent Havana, Dec. 6.— The deplorable The cars V of C h i contract system and modern methods of divine, Rev. Chalres A. Boney, of fornia Railroad Company, of lands the aars ran at full speed. condition of the country grows more W i l l i a m K« *r n I m p l i c a t e * H i* number go excavation anil building have made it England, who delivered an invocation amounting to 3,861 acres in tlie Rose- j were driven half through each other, anil more apparent. Refugees and re hear t, in t h e K i l l i n g o f H is Si i and were crushed to pieces. burg land district. iite pass, dear that years need not he spent upon solemn and impressive. concentrados are growing more and Had it not been for tlie stout con Waterloo, la., Deo. 6. — \V| well th or a work of this character. If the con The speaser then directed the clerk NEW R A ILR O AD RECORD. struction of the cars, both of which more miserable. According to reports Kern, under arrest for the thus mte and its tract for improving tlm Columbia by a to call the roll. The roll call showed were new, it is doubtful whether any of from San Domingo smallpox is making Ilia father, Jerome Kern, has iil ■eses. L in small channel at tlm dalles is adopted the presence of 301 members. There terrible ravages among the concentrados. the occupants would have escaped alive, confession in which he implicati] north o f , it will no doubt he stipulated that tlm were 66 vacancies from death or resig U n i o n P a r l i l i - M a k e * t h e F a . t e s t T i m e in t h e W e s t . j As it was, nearly all of the 14 passen- Since April last more than 4.000 have sweetheart, Delilah Falzo. of m iles work must he done witli rapidity. died in the city alone, to say nothing nation during the recess, and the cre father opposed his marriage t| Omaha, Neb., Dec. 7.— Celebrating | gers in the southbound car suffered 'untains, t A terrible railroad accident lias oc dentials of tlie members-elect were read its new birthday, the new Union Pa some injury. Some of the injured were of the suburban towns, which are like woman, and Kern states tha led into curred in Warsaw. While a passenger by direction of the speaker, who then cific has taken two more falls out of taken to farmers’ houses, others were wise affected. plotted killing both his parenti ry. In t Tlie local authorities take no steps train was stationary at the terminus, administered the oath of office to them. Father Time and has set a pace for fast brought to city hospitals. prevailed upon him to attem|f nay riv i whatever to check tiie mortality. The a heavy freight train ran into it, owing On motion of Dingley a resolution was running that will likelv stand in the carrying out of her plot, that! the Di- T h e M atter A rra n g ed . streets of the city are thionged with to the error of a pointsman. Eleven adopted for the appointment of a com West for some time. Three record- might acquire possession of thefa| cold mo famine stricken wretches, who succumb Washington, Dec. 7.— It was official mittee of three to join tiie senate com persons were killed and 22 others were farm and live there together. breaking spurts in one week is its rec if canoes o mittee to wait upon the president and ord. The first was done last Tuesday. ly announced at the White House today, to disease under perhaps some lonely seriously injured. Jerome was lured by the son i t i d o f th inform him that congress was ready to A t that time, a 520-miie run was made on the return of the president to Wash porch, and sometimes full dead in the wqods, and there the girl shot! The receipts of the customs so far towns o f receive any communication he desired at the rate of 62 lB miles an hour, with ington, that Governor John Griggs, of gutter, where they remain. The dead man’s clothing was thi this fiscal year undoubtedly w ill fall jttafe point New Jersey, has been tendered and has to make. The speaker named Dingley, urated with oil and set on fire. a 100-mile dash at the rate of 68.2 considerably short of estimates made the high i accepted the office of attorney-general DUE TO THE K LO N D IK E RUSH. Urosvenor and Bailey for this honor. miles an hottr. Kern was scared into his coni by tlm managers of the new tariff hill pfodermann of the United States, which will be On motion of Henderson of Iowa daily by detectives, who haunted Itimi during its pendency in congress. At Yesterday, the fast mail was again construe vacated hy the nomination of Attorney- M l « W a r In P a s s e n g e r R a t « , t o A r - sessions to begin at noon each day were guise of a ghost of his father. 1] late in Wyoming, and was danced that time it was estimated that the river, i r i v e Soon. ordered. The house then took a short across tlie Nebraska plains at a rate General McKenna to bo associate jus confessed that the murder customs would yield about $180,000,- [honors lia v i tice of the United States supreme court. recess. Milwaukee, Dec. 2.— The war in pas mother was to have been accomp that makes Tuesday’ s run look slow. 000 during the first year. The indica Dyea, e: It has not yet been settled when Gov When the house reassembled tlie senger rates between Chicago, Milwau- at a later date, It covered 42 miles, from Sidney to tions are now said to be that the re hoe pack in committee appointed to wait upon the Julesburg, in 88 minutes; 81 miles, ernor Griggs shall assume his new kee and St. Paul is likely to continue, ceipts from this source will not aggre C h a r c o a l - B u r n e r ’ » Crime. rate o f office, but it is probable that the date president reported, having perfected its and railroad men look for the liveliest gate more than $163,000,000. from Julesburg to North Platte, in 71 ite ia 27 Milford, Del., Dec. 6.— Salvag will be about the beginning of the new kind of cutting in rates further west, mission. Mr. Pruden, who had fol minutes; 60 miles, North Platte to L ex » of the pas e-back, a charcoal-burner, attemj A plate of artnor, representing a lot lowed the committee into the hall, im vear. owing to the big rush to the Klondike. ington, in 60 minutes; 85 miles, Lex fans have kill bis family last night. 11« of 600 tons for the turrets of the battle mediately presented the message, which, W i l l C .ive S p a in a T r i a l . A well-known railroad man said today ington to Kearney, in 38 minutes, and •Of oth er his wife: ships Kearsarge and Kentucky, was by direction of the speaker, was read a* a final dash of 42 miles, from Kearney New York, Dec. 7.— A special to the that since the rate dropped to $7, reduc beet one. “ I have just learned how to tested at tho Indian Head proving the clerk’s desk. to Grand Island, in 36 minutes, or 70 Herald from Washington says that con tions in fares will likely result as far kind of a sword the Cubans use. e great r grounds Tuesday. For testing pur- miles an hour. The 261 miles from gress will concur with the wishes of west as Portland. The nominal rate is A p p r o p r i a t i o n * l l e c o m in e n d e d . 1*11 to g et o js'ses, two eight-inch shells, one a Car I want all of you to stand up.” Secretary Gage Monday transmitted Sidney to Grand Island was made in President McKinley and give a trial to $49.70 second-class on the St. Paul road, The mother and four children raised th ei penter projectile and the other a and $59.70 first-class. With $7 from 238 minutes, an average of 65.6 miles Spain’s new scheme of autonomy. The Wheeler sterling, were fired at the to congiess estimates of the appropria and Biderback tied their hands | ® as h ig h an hour. From Grand Island to Omaha Cnicago to St. Paul as a basis, the fare Herald poll of the senate and house plate, one at a high and the other at a tions required for the fiscal year ending rope, which he fastened to the i them. XI the speed was ordinary, the lost time shows the following results: w ill probably be changed to $47 second- low velocity. Neither |>enetrated nor June 80, 1899, as furnished by several Obtaining a corn-knife from an i of the tr# Senators against action, 43; senators class and $57 first-class. He added that ing room, he commenced cutt| The total having been made up. cracked the plate, but both partially executive departments. '»v tr a il, this was merely a preliminary for the Today the Union Pacific brought a who favor, but do not expect action, 24; amount called for in the estimates is family, inflicting some dreadful' welded themselves into it. was assi $463,647,885. which is almut $82,000,- theatrical company on a special train senators for immediate action, 9; sena establishment of an entirely new sched Before he could complete his wo 'he suinni Word comes of a wreck on the Santa from Julesburg to Council Bluffs, 294 ule of rates to the West January 1, tors noncommittal or not seen, 14; rep 000 in excess of the appropriations for son came in. Biderback seized J feet low Fee near Williams, Aria., in which From this resentatives against action, 178; repre which will be mnch lower. A ll the 1898, including deficiencies and miscel miles, in 286 minutes. ket and disappeared. The v j ' that th e ti three men lost their lives and much must be deducted five minutes for sentatives for action, 159; representa roads are preparing to make special threaten to lynch him. The CM laneous expenses, and about $41,000,- rjver had t( valuable property was destroyed. changing engines at Grand Island; rates to the points nearest the Klondike tives noncommittal or not seen, 18. 000 more than was estimated for 1898. of Mrs. Biderback and the chil| that, th After the first section of freight train region, and each road is after all there Under the head of public works the four minutes by a Missouri Pacific serious. low er, t l B u rn e d to t h « W a t e r Lin e. No. 88 had pulled out of Williams the is in it. train on the crossing at Petrel, and treasury department,among other items, hill so m u i A n E c c e n t r i c Clergym en- air that controls the brakes gave out Chicago, Dec, 7.— The steamer asks for $100,000 for the erection of a necessary slowing up through Omaha, O u tla w . W e re Frustrated. done was and the ttain dashed down the steep George W. M or ley, of Cleveland, was Toronto, Dec. 6. — Rev- j courthouse, penitentiary, eta , at Sitka, and a slow run over the Missouri river St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 6 — A special Bates, rector of the Anglican cb^ P**“. w h e grade with rapidly increasing velocity. burned to the water’s edge on the beach bridge. The actual running time of Alaska, and $50,000 for continuation t0 the fo o t Tito hand brakes were unavailing to at Evanston tonight. Her crew of 13 to the Post-Dispatch from San Antonio, Thornhill, was arraigned in the of the work on tlie public building at the train was 276 miuutes, an average one v e i check the iqieed, and when a point men got ashore without trouble. The Tex., says: “ Advices were received court on a charge of having! of 63.6 miles an hour. Portland, Or. T h e pi about 10 miles west was tenched tho Morley was txJiid from Milwaukee to here this morning of an attempt to hold lifteil,” two doxen lead pencil J Vlnjrtl K * » * d y t o Nickerson, Kan., Dec. 7.— W hile Chicago without cargo, and when off np and rob a passenger train on the books, a hairbrush and a qnanl Much Is train left the track. Two engines wore A dispatch to the Frankfurter Zei- temporarily insane. Mrs. M. E. Ross Evanston a lamp exploded in the engine- Mexican National railroad near Mon stationery from stores. The clcq W ed th e coupled to tlie train, which was a very * reaching l.opvv one. Engineers Newton and tung of Berlin from Washington says todsy saturated her clothing with kero room. Before tlie ptim|>s could be terey, Mexico, by nine masked and wore a long cloak and the polirt Watsons and Kii«man Berry were pin- Hayti is ready to pay Germany the in sene and set herself afire. She was started the fire was beyond control, and well-armed Mexicans. The passengers that lie was caught secreting attem pted nod under their respective engines and demnity demanded for the alleged ille burned to a orist\ Her hnshand and the boat was beached, the crew wading made resistance, and the outlaws were which he had not bought und! in,Prc on hot . lost their lives, it is said, by being gal arrest and imprisonment of Herr daughter, in trying to extinguish the ashore. The Morley was a wooden unsuccessful. They are being punned garment. Mr. Bates is a gradual flames, were perhaps fatslly burned. by soldiers, and if captured will be Emil Loaders, a German subject b u r n e d to death. •W ensively steamer, and was valued at $35,000. Cambridge and one of the shot. 'o c h ea sier arly men in the church. His I Emperor William opened the session C o r n e r In W h e a t . Ardmore, I. T., Deo. 7.— At the close F « U I H o te l F ir «. the rock state that he has been somewhat! of the German retchstag in |<erson for K i l l e d H e r B ab ies. Minneapolis, Dec. 7.— It is reported of the performance of “ Sam’ lo f Posen" *r*ils so d i Fire broke out in the Lake house in the first time sinoe 1894. Tlie cere trie for some years, and if $'"1 by the Curtis company tonight, Nellie *P. Philadelphia, Dec. 6.— Anna N ig committed the act in a fit of mony took place in White hall, in tlie Milwaukee, Wis. Hixty people were at the chamber of commerce that the roval castle. His majesty reed the asleep in the hostlery at the time. Pea ve y Elevator Companies have made H. Fillmore, the cashier, disappeared gle. the young w ife of 8. Niggle, a p ,c aberration. J * projec with the evening’s receipts latter she *nre frame dealer, living at 738 Jackson .. thee« trai Charles Patterson, a dock laborer, a combine with the Pillebtiry com epeecli front the throne. was arrested and released r a t r o n lx ln g H o m e I s d « » ,r on bond, street, tonight killed her two babies The steamer Han Bias has arrived in lost his Hie, being overcome by smoke, panies and secured control of not only •td tram _ - pass gt Han Francisco from Panama and way and five others were injured. The pe the wheat in Minneapolis, but all the Miss Fillmore claims that Curtis owed one aged 3 year., and one age,! 6 Washington, Dea C.—A wheat in elevators throughout the Her, and that she took this means of minerin i * Pmot± * rin* ‘ hem with illu- using, wherever poesible, hlie bring« the news that the cuniary lose is small. ^com bined Northwest. If this story in true paying herself. m.nating gas. The woman attempted made goods in the suprli«’ crop for this season ounst: it A n t i - H e b r e w Hin t Q u e lle d . Peavey and Pillsbury can sit back ami w ill be one-third larger than ever bn- The convicts with a good record in to com in i tt suicide in the same man- tal service is announced :n * 'Plated I An anti-Hebrew riot whioh started let the price of wheat go where it w ill, j th6 Kansas state penitentiary now wear 1 will do much toward making 1 (akin. hi.'' chi! I ™ T T " ? b ns band found d ^ ^ ^ / b y in Budapest!) has rinally been quelled They would be independent of anv j i o jU 0f cadet grav instead of striped >• children dead and hta wife in an master-Gennrml Heath to * M by toUks unconscious oonditioo. She may re. peri ntendeat « ( the division of I « e who made 100 amata might make. I suits. are that cover.