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W A S H IN G T O N
B O N D IN G M IN E R S ' O U T F IT S .
C a n a d i a n C u n t o ma C o m m i s s i o n e r
O u i R e g u la tio n ».
E D IC T
S E A L S K IN S .
U N IO N
M e m b e r s A r e A . k . i l N o t to S e r v o I d t h e
N a tion a l Guard.
im p o rta n t C l a n s * In th o B i l l T hat Ha.
J u s t Passed Congress.
Washington, Doc. 21.— It has been
Chicago, D<u.22.— The Times-Herald p . i n n pi
developed that the bill relating to p e
Washington, Deo. 22.— A response
required LO lO nul
lagic sealing which has just passe,)
Epitome o f the Telegraphic has been received to a recent letter Russia Occupies Port Arthur nays* Tra/l*»«
by the Chicago Federation of Labor to
Neglected a Warning.
both branches of congress, and is before
from Secretary Gage to the commis
News o f the World.
With China’s Consent.
leave the National Guard at once.
sioner of customs, requesting informa
the president, contains a provision of
was the unanimous decision
far-reaching character which has thug
tion as to the bouding of miners’ outfits
reached by the delegates at their week WAS W ELL LIKED IN HAVANA far escaped attention. This is an abso
tbrongh Canadian territory on the
ERSE T IC K S F R O M T H E W IR E S route from Juneau by way of the Chil- JAPAN YET T O BE HEARD FROM ly meeting. It was said without con
lute prohibition of the bringing of seal
tradiction that a union man could nut
koot pass and the Yukon river to Circle
skins into tiie United States. As the
consistently serve iu tiie militia and T h e P e n a l t y f o r I ' d r r y l i i g » P r o p o s i t i o n United States is the largest nmiket in
City. The commissioner says that the
#isi I n t e r e s t i n g C o l l e c t i o n o f I t e m s F r o m
following regulations have been pre T h e C s a r ’ i N o t « l a L o o k e d U p o n I d incur the risk of being called out to
the world for sealskins this complete
fo r Surrender lu to a Cuban C a m p -
shoot down fellow trades unionists who
pared to meet the case:
th e lfe w and the O ld W o r ld In a
E u r o p e an a R e p l y t o G e r u i a y y ’ s A c
T w o F i l i b u s t e r i n g E s p e d l t i o n s l . a n d . stoppage of the trade in this country
were on a strike for the betterment of
Imported goods, vs above described,
will be a severe measure against tiie
€)ouden*ed aud C o m p r e h e n s iv e Foras
t l o n —T h e y M a y C o m e T o g e t h e r .
So, every trades
New York, Dec. 20.— A Herald dis British and Canadian industries which
shall be reported to the Canadian cus
W hile skating on the ice near Gard-
unionist who is now a member of the patch from Havana says: Much anxiety take and cure the skins aud then dis
tom-house at Tagish, and may he en
anr. Miss., three young people sudden
tered for exportation thero in the usual ent of the Times at Peking says National Guard will be required to se is felt for the safety of Lieutenant-Col pose of them largely in the United
ly broke through, and before assistance
form, “ in transit,” in duplicate. The China approves of the Russian flee, cure a discharge from military service onel Joaquin Ruiz, aide-de-camp to States.
«ra id reach them were drowned.
goods may then he delivered without wintering at Port Arthur, being per at once.
General Blanco, who, it is said, has
When the bill was proposed it was
A t Tonawanda, N. Y ., while a party payment of duty to be carried to their suaded that tills action is taken in the
Delegate P. J. Hassett started it all met death as tiie penalty for bearing a generally supposed that its only pur
were skating, the ioe gave war and destination out of Canada by any tran interest of China, and necessitated by with a motion to compel trades union proposition for surrender to a rebel
pose was to prohibit- American citizens
precipitated (our young ]>eopie into the sportation company which lias duly the German occupation of Kiao Chou. ists to leave the National Guard. An camp. It seems tiiat Colonel Ruiz is
from carrying on pelagic sealing. This
water. Three of them were drowned. executed a bond in the form prescribed
A dispatch to the Times from Shang amendment by McPhee was offered to a personal friend of Colonel Aranguen,
feature was the only one to attract at
Oh ina approves of the Russian fleet by the minister of customs for the due hai says the occupation of Port Arthur have every workman enlist and learn who was employed by him before the tention during tiie discussions. At the
wintering at Port Arthur, being per and faithfnl delivery of all packages by Russia cannot fail to provoke popu how to handle a gun. This was lost, war, when Colonel Kuiz was engineer adoption of tho bill, however, a section
•aaded that this action is taken in the carried by such company and for the lar indignation in Japan, where public and a less warlike substitute was in charge of the Vento water works.
was discoverd which was not restricted
interest of Ciiina, and necessitated by general compliance with the customs opinion is already excited over the Kiao offered by Delegate B. P. Williams,
Recently, under orders from General to Americans, hut applies to sealskins
the German occupation of Kiao Chou. law’s and regulations governing sucli Chou affair.
“ tiiat a request be made to all union Blancoi, Colonel Ruiz opened corre in general, “ taken in »lie waters men
According to a dispatch to the Daily men now in the militia to get out of spondence witli Colonel Aranguen,
General Blanco reports to Madrid traffic.
tioned in this act,” w'hioh include the
A duplicate of the entry in transit, Mail from Shanghai, the high officials the service.” A second motion was with the object of arranging an inter whole Pacific ocean. Tiie provisions is
that negotiations with several influen
Delegate Williams and view. Colonel Aranguen wrote tiiat as follows:
tial insurgent leaders are progressing duly signed and marked with the proper of the Chinese court have advised the offered by
favorably; that he hopes to detach from customs stamp, shall accompany each emperor, in view of further cumplica passed, urging ail union men who are lie w’ould meet tiie colonel if tiie latter
Section 9. Tiiat the importation into
the rebellion important forces which shipment of goods conveyed by a bond- tions, to remove the court to Nanking not members of the militia to refrain only desired to talk on personal affairs, tiie United States by any person what
ed carrier, so that the same may he re- ,,(*he southern capital). The dispatch from enlisting.
General Miles’ sug to which tiie colonel replied that lie soever of fur sealskins, taken in waters
are willing to accept autonomy.
A rate war is on between the various turned to the cnatom-houae at Fort aays it ¡a reported that overtures have gestion of guns for tiie postolfice was wished to talk about political matters. ■ mentioned in this act, whether raw,
been made to England to exercise pro denounced as a shadow of coming Colonel Aranguen wrote tiiat lie would
river transportation lines running to Cudahy witli a certificate thereon as to
tection over the Yang-tse valley and events. Tiie tocsin was sounded that absolutely refuse to receive him on dressed, dyed or manufactured, is
The Dalles. A reduction of fare from
hereby prohibited, and all such articles
tiie West river, and tiiat numerous ru oapital was organizing ami tiiat labor these condition, and called his atten
The Dalles to Portland is the result" 1 States, ot’ of their having passed out-
imported after this act shall take effect
tion earnestly to General Gomez’ order Rhall not be permitted to be exported,
This cat in rates has been looked for waid from Canada, within six months
later declared their opposition to tiie that all persons entering insurgent
by the public since the opposition line from the date of the entry.
but shall he seized and destroyed by
creation of the proposed new cabinet camps to offer terms of surrender the proper officers of tiie United
If the goods, when entered in transit waters.
was put on, some two months ago.
The Times, commenting editorially position of secretary of commerce and should be put to death. lie assured
for exportation, are not delivered to be
States. ’ ’ ‘
The statement of the collections of
industry. The adverse report o fjtlie Colonel Ruiz that he was prepared to
forwarded by a bonded carrier, as pro on the situation in China, says:
Those who are thoroughly familiar
Ibe internal revenue show that for the
committee to whicli the subject had carry out Gomez* orders to the letter,
vided in the last proceeding section,
with tiie bill say this provision is of
aaonth of November last the receipts
the duty thereon is to be deposited w ith we have Russia’ s bent glove, but the been referred was sustained.
far more importance in its effect than
amounted to $ 13,959,296, an increase the customs officer at Lake Tagish, graBp in not less vigorous aud unyield
A motion was passed favoring tiie as an old friend, he would hang him if
the prohibition against pelagic sealing
as compared with November last year,
subject to a refund of same at the port
creation of a cabinet department of la he neglected the warning.
For the last five of Fort Cudahy, when the goods pass teously to invite China to extend the
In spite of this, Colonel Ruiz started
months, however, there is shown to outward thereat, or upon the certificate same privileges to the British fleet at
Reports from Nashville indicating alone on Sunday for Colonel Aran-
RELIEF B IL L SIGNED.
have been a decrease of $5,912.
of an officer of the United States, or of Chausan.”
the triumph of a moveiry?nt for an guen’s camp, deterimned to risk all.in
F. M. Gideon, the clerk of the gen the Canadian customs, that the said
Telegrams from all Continental cap eight-hour working day evoked much the attempt. On leaving he said if he
T w o H u n d r e d T h o u s a n d D o l l a r s to A id
eral land office, who was referred to goods have been landed in tiie United itals show tiiat Russia's step at Port enthusiasm.
had not returned by Tuesday night lie
S ta rv in g Y u k on ers.
by Thomas Keddingtou in the testi States within six months from the date Arthur is regarded as tantamount to a
might be given up as dead. So far
Washington, Dec. 21.— Botli houses
mony before the senate Pacific railroad of entry. The duty deposited on such permanent occupation, and a reply to
A STEAM ER ROBBED.
nothing has been heard of him, and
of congress today passed tiie joint reso
having is to be indorsed on the entry and c e r Germany’s action.
there is little room for doubt that tiie
abanged the land-office records so as to tified by tiie customs officer in charge,
A well-informed St. Petersburg cor St r on g ; R o o m o f t h e C i t y o f W a s h i n g t o n insurgent leader lias put his threat lution for tiie relief of miners in tiie
Yukon valley, Alaska, and in a short
throw 5,000,000 acres of government and the duplicate of the entry, duty cer respondent says there was no agreement
B u rg la rized .
laud to the Southern Pacific, has made tified and marked witli the customs between Russia and Germany, und tiie
time it had received tiie signature of
New York, Dec. 22.— The World
If this be true, much regret will be
a dear denial of tile charge.
slump, is to be delivered to the person latter simply warned Russia when tiie says: The Ward liner City of Wash felt even in Cuban circles in Havana, the president.
Tho bill appropriates $200,000, to be
iccupation of Kiao Chou was already ington, tiiat sailed from Vera Cruz De where Colonel Ruiz was well known as
A dispatch from Christiania, Nor making the deposit.
way, to the London Chronicle, says the
A report of such entry in transit decided upon.
cember 1, lias arrived iu this port, car a gallant soldier and an accomplished expended under direction of the secre
tary of war in tiie purchase of supplies
Tiie Novoe Vremaya pretends tiiat rying in her strong room $600,000 in
pol itioal situation, since the failure of shall be forwarded by mail without de
gentleman, but it is pointed out tiiat
the united committee on foreign affairs, lay by the customs officers at tiie send Japan has no cause for complaint, Mexican coin. This was not an un his death will iiave a good effect as for the relief of tiie people in the Yu
baa become critical, and it is feared ing port to tiie collector of customs at “ since China is only giving the same usually large shipment of treasure for showing tiie indomitable spirit animat kon country or other mining regions of
Alaska, and for tiie transportation and
that Sweden will seek an occasion for Fort Cudahy, for the collection of du shelter to Russian ships as Japan had tiie Ward line to handle, and no one iu ing the insurgent leaders.
distribution of sudi supplies, provided
armed intervention in Norway. The ties on the goods entered in transit and hitherto so kindly afforded.”
authority dreamed ef danger.
Major Fernandez, better known as
dispatch adds that the Swedish press not duly exported.
This view is not held in Berlin,
Nevertheless, during the voyage the Pitore, the insurgent leader, who. ac tiiat, if the consent of the Canadian
government be obtained, the secretary
hopes for assistance from Emperor | ususally classified as travelers’ baggage where the papers are already talking of strong room, built to withstand tiie at
cording to official reports, was slain in
are to be passed free, without entry. the possiblity of Prince Henry having tacks of almost everything but dyna combat witli Spanish troops, was really of war may extend tiie relief into Can
adian territory. Tiie resolution fur
Tiie committee appointed lit the ! Commissioner McDougall, in a letter to shake his mailed fist at Japan,which mite, and located so as to be under
killed while ill and lielplees awaiting
ther provides tiiat tiie supplies may be
bouse civil service conference 10 days accompanying these regulations, says •is supposed to be secretly backed by constant observation, was broken into.
an opportunity to surrender to Thomas
■old in that region at sncli prices as
ago to draft modifications of the civil that they are framed witli tiie desire to England. Some of tiie Berlin papers Only $3,000 was taken by the robbers,
Garcia, recently autonomist alcalde of
may be fixed by the secretary of war, or
aarvico law have met und gone over i afford tiie utmost facilities for traffic express anxiety, but most of them wel but the general impression is tiiat tiie
Guinea, an old friend. Pitore being
donated to those unable to pay fur
ttie various bills pending before tiie in question, com patitile witli security come tiie news from Port Arthur as solieme of tiie thieves was to seize tiie
dangerously ill, applied to him to ar
them. Tiie secretary of war is author
house. The committee expects to have to tiie revenue. He further says:
justifying the German position at Kiao entire treasure.
range terms for his surrender. Garcia
« measure framed by the time congress
“ Responsible transportation com Chou, if not as actual evidence that
Every effort lias been made to keep caused him to be taken to the Cauoio ized to use the United States army in
carrying into effect tiie provisions of
reconvenes. Its members are opposed panies will be soon in operation for the Russia and Germany are acting to the matter quiet, so tiiat tiie strong
estate, where lie made him comfortable
to the present law as including too conveyance of goods over tiie Chilkoot gether.
Curiously enough, Emperor force of detectives put upon the case by and arranged to Iiave a detail of Spanish the act, to import reindeer and drivers
many offices within its scope.
for tiie transportation of supplies, and
and other passes down tiie Yukon river William visited the Russian ambassa the company might work to the best
troops sent to bring him to the hospital
to adopt such other provisions us are
A freight train of 21 loaded cars, 1 and its tributaries, in which case dor Friday night ou his return from advantage.
in the town. Instead the troops went
traveling down the mountain to A l United States goods may go forward Kiel, ostensibly to congratulate him
A. G. Smith, the company’ s secre- to the country and butchered the man. practicable. The secretary is direoted,
toona, Fa., becurae unmanageable in into Alaska without payment of du- on the name-day of Emperor Nicholas. j tary, admitted tiiat the robbery had Señor Garcia is infuriated at this when the work aliai 1 Iiave been com
pleted, to sell tiie reindeer or turn
The visit lasted one hour. There is no been attempted.
eansoquence of the slippery condition I j ties.”
breach of faith, and lias declared liis in
them over to the secretary of the inter
doubt now that the emperor and am
mi the tracks, making tiie 12 miles! OVER A PIECE O F G RO U ND .
tention of coming to Havana to lay the
ior, in ilia discretion, and to make a
bassador discussed Chinese affairs.
TO USE PN E U M A TIC TU B E S.
tram Galltiz into Altoona in as many
matter before General Btanoo and de
detailed report to congress at the be
The Paris papers, without pretend
minutes and crashing into a freight Dispute Between the United States and
mand tiie punishment of the officer re
ginning of tiie next Bession of such dis
ing to be deceived by Russia’s innocent P r o p o n e d I n n o v a t i o n f o r t h e C h i r a g o sponsible for the murder.
and the State of Texas.
train directly iu front of the passenger'
bursements made and results accom
P o n t o flHce.
About 50 cars were oom-
Chicago, Dec. 22. — A special to the
Tiie battle of Guisa appears now to
.pietely broken up, and the Holida.vs- Chronicle from Fort Worth, Tex., says: tion of the ally of France.
Chioago, Dec. 22.— Pneumatic tubes save been a more im|iortant insurgent plished under the act.
The burden of Viennese comment is, for the mail service of Chicago w ill be
burg passenger train, which was stand- Tiie state of Texas and the United
success than was at first supposed. A d
A N orth w estern W reck.
i » * on the track near tiie passenger States government are in conflict over wliat w ill England do?
in operation between tiie depots, sub vices received by the junta state that
la., Dec. 21.— Tiie overland
shed, was thrown over on its side. a piece of ground on the east end of
stations and the general office before the insurgents captured 270 Mausers, limited on tiie Chicago & Northwest
Three of the train crew were fatally in- Galveston island, ou which is located waters consists of one iron-clad, nine long. This is tiie word Postmaster
220,000 cartridges and 116 prisoners. ern, which left Chicago last night, ran
Gordon brought with him from Wash General Calixoto Garcia tías sent word
the state quarantine station and which cruisers and 18 smaller men-of-war.
into an open switch near here at 6
An effort is on foot to reduce the has been taken possession of by the
ington. After a mouth's absence in tiie to Generul Pando tiiat he will only re
o'clock this morning. The mail-catch,
A H O RRIB LE MURDER.
prod uction of ootton.^
East, Mr. Gordon arrived in Chicago lease the prisoners under solemn pledge
federal authorities, who intend erecting
it seems, flew out of the maii coach,
last evening, after having conferred signed by General Blanco tiiat they
Gold has been discovered at Skagway a torpedo station thereon.
which was next to tiie engine. Tiie
The United States claims it nnder B a k e r W a s P u s h e d I n t o a M i x i n g V a t with Senator Mason, Congressman Foss will be sent back to Spain. He com
-which goes $4 to the pan.
catch struck tiie switch lever, brone it
plains that after the capture of Las off and opened the switch. The train
Mormons liavo secured 3,000,000
In addition to the tubes, Mr. Gordon Tunas the prisoners released on parole
, treaty, which requires the ceding to the
•ores of land in Mexico for a colony.
New York. Dec. 21.—-The Herald
was going at the rate of 60 miles an
w ill also establish a special delivery were sent back to tiie ranks.
government by tiie republic of Texas
Circumstances pointing to a
hour. The engine and mail car re
John Cross, of Cove, Or., was arrest- of all lamia used fur the purpose of m il sav*:
service, which he promises w ill be a
murder of unusual horror were recently
Tiie insurgents in Santa Clara prov mained on the track, but tho buffet
ad for having counterfeit money in his
great help to the business men of this
itary defenses or upon whicli fortifica
brought to tiie attention of District
ince Iiave more than 6,000 men well car, two sleepers and two coaches sere
tions were standing. Tiie state will
Attorney Olcott and Captain McClns-
armed, and are confident of ultimate completely overturned on tiie prairie.
Bates Soper, who murdered his wife
Mr. Gordon investigated tiie pneu
dispute tiie claim on the ground that
•ml two children at Aschie, Mo., in there were no available fortifications in key, of the detective bureau, the al matic tubes in Boston, New York and success. They are also well provisioned Everybody on board was knocked about
leged victim in tiie case having been
with medicine and other necessaries. considerably, and many were scratched
1391, and who was recently arrested in
existence on the ground iu controversy
Philadelphia. He was much pleased
Peter Doggett, 30 years old, who, if his
Oregon, where he married again, was
General Gomez is at La Reforma, and bruised, but no jierson was killed
with their operation.
at tiie time tiie treaty was made.
relatives are correct in their stories,
or apparently seriously injured. A
sentenced in Harrisonville, Mo., to be
where he has been for nearly a year.
Lerdy'fi Modest Scheme.
was thrown into a dough-mixing vat at
hanged on February 4.
of tiie new postoffice building will he
Within the last four days two large wrecking train was sent to the wreck,
Topeka, Kan., Dec. 22.— Governor 427 West Fifteenth street on August
About 100 wiioiesale druggists from
laid either July 4, or October 9. If filibustering expeditions iiave safely and within a short time the passenger*
announces that lie w ill present 28 last and literally out to pieces.
The cities of tiie Central West held s
the latter date is chosen, the famous readied Cuba, one landing in Matanzas were on their way to Omaha.
conference in Chicago for tiie purpose a scheme to the Nebraska irrigation Doggett’e sister, the police have been society of the Ancient and Honorable province and the other at Baracoa, only
R e p o r t B lain es In d ia n *.
mi considering the cut rates at which convention which, if carried out, w ill told by her and her lawyer, lias re A rtillery of Boston will attend, as well five leagues from Havana.
Denver, Dec. 21 — D. O. Beaman.
drags and patent medicines are taring cause the arid plains to blossom as the ceived a letter from her mother in Ire as President McKinley, Postmaster- brought clothing, medicines and dyna
sold by the department stores, as well rose. A oue thousand seven hundred- land, in which the writer says tiie only General Gary Hnd .Secretary Gage, who mite. Tiie rebels are now using large Josiah Walbridge and Charles E. No
ble, the commission appointed by Gov
M by many retail druggists, and to take ! mile canal from Montana to Texas is witness to the crime is now there. Tiie w ill lay the corner-stone.
quantities of dynamite witli consider- ernor Adams to investigate the recent
the startling proposition to he formally letter sets forth thut this witness was
■tops to stop tho practice if laissildc.
Indian troubles in the vicinity of Lily
made by Governor Leedv to the coming in the factory of the New York Biscuit
The Dingley tariff law will not be
T h « F ig h t in g G erm ans.
General Pando, who is operating in Parx, filed their report with the gov
Tiie purpose of Company, where Doggett worked, on
changed in any of ita custom features
Berlin, Dec. 22.— The Arbiter Zei- the east against General Garcia, has ernor this afternoon. The report is an
the canal would bo to divert the flood tiie morning of August 28, and saw an
st the present session of congress. A
of waters of the Missouri and Missis other man shove him into a mixing tnng reports an unprovoked attack by asked for reinforcements, which have almost complete vindication of the
general understanding to tit is effect
sippi valleys and let them down when machine, the bottom of which was a party of oftioei«, including Chevalier been sent, several battalions being game wardens, and shows that tiie In
has been reached among tiie Repithli- -
dians were alone responsible for tiie
Tiie canal would tap the swept by flanges moving at high speed. d ’ Ansel and Lieutenant Witschin, on w *thdrawn from Pinar del Rio.
sen mein tiers of the ways and means
Missouri river at Milk river in Montana Tiiat Doggett was ground to pieces in a number of civilians in tiie Cafe | General Bernai has started across bloody conflict in Routt county last
sommittee, who feel that it is most de
and empty into Red river in Texas. the factory vat is known, but a coro Raphael, at Kreina, Austria. Three Pinar del Rio to Cape Antonio, where month, in which several of their num
sirable to avoid wliat is generally
Tiie governor maintains incidentally ner's jury on November 15 decided civilians were badly wounded witli a large body of rebels is congregated.
ber were killed.
known as tariff tinkering.
that the cost would be only $360,000,- that his death was due to an accident. swords before the police stopped the I Reports from Guira de Melena state
The subcommittee of tiie senate com 000.
A B o s t o n R u m o r.
The latter, which is now in tiie hands fray. When asked to pay the bill, that the rebels fired on the town almost
mittee on Indian affairs, appointed to
of the district attorney, alleges tiiat Lieutenant .d ’ Ansel struck the waiter every night.
Boston, Dec. 21.— A prominent Ger
I.out llcr Deck Load.
consider the problems, presented in In
with his sword. The officers were not
man-American merchant of this uity
Dec. 22. — The during a quarrel with another work
| Rebels nnder Colonel Colazzo and
dian territory have practically decided
man, Doggett was pushed into the vat arrested.
has received a private cipher cable
General Rodriguez surrounded a Span
to recommend amendments to the pres-
from German capitalists advising him
ish column yesterday at the Carmen
C’ s s c h s a n d N o l d l . r * F i g h t i n g .
aftt law, providing for the apportion rived today, 15 days from tiie Coquille
to sell out all his holdings in Boston
ment of all the lands held by the five
London, Dec. 22.— A dispatch from
It is rumored that the
Elk City, Kan., Dec. 21. — John Viemnt to the Telegraph report* there . inforcements arrived from Gnines and cable disclosed a startling coup planned
civilised tribes among tiie members of lumber as a cargo a lien she started, but
•he*« tribes, and aslo an amendment when she reached here she was 10,000 Straus* is dead, his two sons are dying have been sanguinary conflicts at sev I a fierce engagement occurred.
by Germany, and exposed the secret
providing that all valid learns shall lie feet short of that amount. From De and Mr. Reed and Ins daughter are eral barracks in Piague during the last 1 d®,a' 18 »re suppressed, but the loss is destination of the mysterious German
heavy on both shies.
oritically ill from drinking coffee into few days between Czechs an d German I ad“ ,u «d to
recognised by the government of the
fleet. According to the dispatch, tho
Another engagement is reported to
United States, and the money paid on were encountered, the seas washing whioh rat poison had been dropped ac soldiers. Twenty-five men have been
fleet is reaily being sent to threaten
account of them covered into the treas-
the United States, and secure absolute
sry of the United States for the bene during an unusually heavy gale that participants in a social at the Strauss confiscated the Czech newspapers that de Melena between Morroto and Col supremacy of the Pacific by seizure of
fit o f the various tribe* as such.
reported the affrays.
Hawaii and Samoa.
man was at one time carried <>v#r the
A Birmingham, Ala., dispatch savs: side of the schooner, but was caught by
New York. Dec. 20.- T h e Herald
D eath t 'n it r r the R ail*.
Walla Walla, Wash., Dec. 21.— The
The Tennessee Coal & Iron Railroad a wave and carried back on board
Rome, Dec. 21.— Strong earthquake
Company end the Sloes Iron A Steel again.
■hocks lasting twelve seconds were felt
of » P send-
I S S F C U lo
• • v • « ■ *■(§ funds
» M M V M 3 for
. V » the
» M I | S V D C V»
i ; I It J -
I I it V
Company have shipped 5,1)00 tons of
Erkhardt, a brakeman on the Meeu
iter i wr‘ Uen °y Vice-President this morning. In central Italy the
Wage« Ant Reduced.
cal train of the Maricopa A Phoenix ' ing two representatives to Washington p ,le< a et*^r
Alabama pig iron to Pensacola, from
hich 1 Preves beyond doubt walls of houses split, many chimneys
Manchester, N. H., Dee. 22.— No railway, was killed last night by being to look’ after Walla Walla’ s interests .jT 'tT * Wtuc
whence it w ill be forwarded to Kobe
ground nnder the wheels of the carat in the matter of the alleged report re- .•
,e was at the head of the revoln- fell, bells rang and a panic prevailed
end Yokohama, Japan. A trial ship-
ment of Alabama ¡ran made to Japan wages on January 1 have been posted Temp*. He was standing on a box car garding the abandonment of Fort Walla lonar> movement which led to the re among the inhabitants.
assassination of Presi
several months ago gave such aatiafac- in the Aroore. Stark ani Jefferson cot al the end of a backing train, and fell Walla will complete its labors Mon- \en
New Yarn, Deo. 21 .— While Mrs-
Brasilian authorities Margaret Spencer was cooking on ar.«<
tlon that extensive orders are result- ton mills, in tliis city. The Amoskeag de the track. Three oars passed over day. The committee has been very st*", . * orare-
him, the bead and arm being severed suoccesful, and has secured sufficient
« ve cause to fear a revolution, and
i> «. this shipment being the first of •
stove tonight, her pet dog upset tue
* * ° ' 8rnn>*ut has requested Uruguay stove. An explosion followed, **>d t *
series. Japan heretofore was supplied posted similar notices last week. The from the body. Kckhardt was 24 years money to defray the neosesary expenses.
by European furnaces, but Alabama
woman was so badly burned that •»•
ploy 11,000 operatives.
■go from Illinois.
• Washington after the holidays
.* * * * ,,>up, »long her frontier.
has superseded them.