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Chicago. Deo. 28 — A special to l
Dec. 29.— The most !
| Washington, Dec. 29. — Officials
Times-1 lorald from Washington
profound distress prevails among many
are somewhat surprised at the ex
Senator Lodge is preparing a b ill
i • r. .
L tL li!
.a * feeling
tr.fll.M over »)..
thousands of people in Culm. Starva
voriug the tmrehase of the threei*U
tion not only impends, hut is an actual
of St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. jJ
livered to the Spanish foreign office tho
fact. The president has been informed
1 owned by Denmark, in the West!
day before Christinas.
W hile the note
of the facts from sources whose reliabil
END OF A LO NG CO NTRO VERSY
dies. The senate passed a resolutil
TERSE T I C K S FROM THE WIRES ity cannot bo doubted. He has gone to AGAINST DI S MI SS A L O F BROWN itself w ill not be made public at pre
year ago asking tho state departmej
the length o f his constitutional power
' ascertain whether the islands were!
whatever ^ h y it should lie withheld,
[ in calling the state o f affairs to the at-
T li e A w a r d Is F in a l, and Disposes of all for sale, at what price they were hi
4 » I n t u r e a t ln g C u llu e t lo n o f I t e m . F r o m j tention o f tho American |S‘o|ile.
The B i g B r i t i s h F l e e t L y i n g OAT C h e m u l p o save the fact that preceding steps in
Cason Kef«»re Hie CaHimlssion— Tlio and whether any other country
—J a p a n S u p p o r t « t h « M o v e a n d H a s
t h e N e w a n d t h e O l d W o r l d I n a I state department has used all of its
Denmark hit a replied 1
A w a r d Nearly H a l f a M il lio n.
U o .ilr .M fld a n d C o u i p r e h e n . I r e F o r m
authority to m itigate conditions, and
W a r « l i i p « in H e a d I n r ms .
she is still w illin g to sell, and that]
when publications made to preserve a
Hheepmen in Mouthorn Colorado are the letter to the public sent out by Sec- j
Washington, Dec. 27.— The findings
London, Deo. 28.— A dispatch from complete chain of events in their nat of the Britisli-American commission Kniupeaii governments are now n|
losing thousands of sheep by snow and retary Sherman the day before Christ
dating for their purchase. Theg*T
mas pointed out the way to further Shanghai says: It is reported that 17 ural order. Possibly the correspond chosen to assess the damages for seiz supposed to be Great Britain and I
extrem ely cold weather.
ence w ill be shortly called for by con ures of British ships in Behring sea
The Northern Pacific Railway Com alleviate the miserable condition of the
many. The United States has
Today the sum of Corea, southwest of Seoul, supisiniiig gress, in which case it is not likely to have been received by the
ate depart discussing the purchase for nearli
pany has reduced wages o f car repairers ooncentradoes.
the British consul’s protest, really ] be withheld on tho ground of public
ment and the British embassy. The years. In 1868, negotiations wenl
at Superior 25 cents a day.
tary Day iron, certain charitably dis amounting to an ultimatum against j policy.
etrictest reticence is maintained, how far that a treaty was negotiated fori
Tho schooner Ballora
The last note presented by Minister ever, on tin* general character of the
posed persons, wiiose names are not
purchase, by which this country wgf
Captain Plummer, from South River,
disclosed, and this sum w ill he rem it eminent of Corea into the hands of the Woodford was in answer to the Spanish findings, though it is admitted the total
pay «8,000,000 for the islands, I
N. J ., for Boston, foundered without
ted by telegraph tomorrow morning to
awirrd against the United States is 464,- failed of ratification.
It has besgl
warning Sunday morning otf Highland
Consul-General Lee for disbursement cially directed against the dismissal of first note u|sm his arrival at Madrid. 000, which includes principa and in-
term ¡tied by Denmark to either
laghts. N o lives were lost.
M cLevv Brown, British advisor to tho I u J,i8 initial note the United States
among the more pressing cases.
terest. The finding against
these islands or give them away.
Charles W. W inkler, a brukeman on
It is hoped hy the department of state Corean customs, in favor o f ttie Rus minister pointed out the interest of liis
Thomas has a hdrlxir large enough
the Columbia & Puget Sound railway, that the Am erici n people w ill come to sian nominee. The news has produced country in the early termination of tho eminent is no surprise.
The controversy lias occupied the at accommodate the navies of the oq
is present struggle in Cuba and asked
watt run over by a coal car and killed the relief, and promptly, hy subscrip consternation at Seoul,
tention of the authorities here and in world, and, in view of the advantJ
ia the Seattle yards. W inkler form- tions of money, clothing and supplies heightened'by the knowledge that Ja when such conclusion could he expect
London for tiie last 11 years. A t the to lie gained, Senator Lodge is sang
arly lived in Butte City, Cul., wiiere of various kinds.
The newspapers pan lias u fleet o f 30 warships awaiting ed. The Spanish government in its outset the tone of the controversy was
of securing an appropriation that i
he has relatives.
are expected to lend a generous aid in
belligerent, suggesting a possible re
A bomb, made o f gas pipe and filled carrying forward this movement. The which Japan fu lly supports. Japan is matter, but suggested after stating what sort to arms. This was follow ing the enable the islands to be transferra
w ith powder, was exploded in the H er machinery for distributing lias 4)0011 irritated by the arrival of Russian it intended to do to ameliorate the con seizure, by the United States steamer the jurisdiction of the Stars
Stripes. The lb roe islands have a I
man theater, in Olatuez, Monrovia. provider! hy the state department, and troops in Corea, and it is believed she ditions in Cuba, that tho United States Corwin, of the British sealers Carolina
of 100 square miles o f territory
could best exercise its good offices by
L ittle damage was done, but the inci Consul-General Lee lias undertaken, w ill oppose them.
and Thornton, on August 1, 1886. 'lhe population o f 40,000.
According to advices from Tokio, Ja- stopping filibustering. T o this Wood-
dent caused great excitement among with the aid of the American consular
facts of the seizure were not known
tfae German residents.
agents in Cuba, to give personal atten pan haa offered to assist the officers at ford responded with his note of last until some time later, and in the mean
INDI ANS FIRED FIRST.
The Turkish government, replying to tion to the alleviation o f distress by the
time, the Corwin had taken tiie On
m entative statement of the position
the representations of Greece, bus ex distribntion o f the gifts o f the A m er
the war indemnity. Many of the P e taken by the United States, and the ward and Favourite. The same policy S p e c i a l A p e n t R e y n o l d s ’ R e p o r t on I
plained that the firing U| k > ii the Greek ican people. One line o f steamers ply
of seizure and confiscation occurred
K o u l t C o u n t y C o n f li c t .
kin officials favor the proposal.
facts set forth are those so strongly
gunboat Actium by the Turks at Per- ing between New York and Havana—
during the next sealiug season, despite
Dec. 28.— The reportl
vaasa, on Saturday last, as the vessel tlic Ward line— it is said, has under
the protests of Great Britain, the
was leaving the gu lf of Amhracia, was taken to forward any contributions of M ail from Shanghai, it is reported congress, of which it was supposed the United States steamer Rush taking the Special Agent E. B. Reynolds, on
recent conflict between Indians
goods to General Lee, at Havana, and there from reliable sources that a B rit Spanish public had been fu lly advised Savward, Grace, Anna Pack, Dolphin
due to a misunderstanding.
ish force landed at Chemulpo Saturday through newspapers.
game wardens in Routt county, i
A lfred Adams, Triumph, Junita. Path
Aunt .Tndith Moore, the first colored
and caused the reinstatement of M c
The most forcible statement in the finder, Black Diamond, L illy , Arctic complete vindication o f Warden Will
woman admitted to membership in roads w ill do their part hy carrying the L evy Brown. The same dispatch re
and his men. Mr. Reynolds, after t|
H enry Ward Beecher’s chlirch, is dead
and Kate and Minnie, and tiie cutter
ing the testimony of six Indians:
The Spanish authorities have con fers to “ a native rumor that the union published recently
by the United Bear taking the Ada.
at her home in Brooklyn, aged 74. It
jack hat been hoisted on an island in States treasury department, exhibiting
the 12 wardens who were in the
is said that Mr. Beuuhor in his w ill re
The claims for these seizures took a
the mouth o f the river Yang-Tse.
fortunate affair, said:
quested that she be care for. She is
A correspondent of the Tim es says: States hail been put by reason of its wide range, beginning with the value
" I am fully convinced, after liavf
sue of the original members >f th'el«nlent directs l *lat they he sent direct to
The government refuses to place the efforts to patrol the enormous coast line
examined the ease fully, and after t
Christian Endeavor Society.
ing not only the value of sealskins con
ing the testimony o f both parties, afl
draft, or check, or goods.
Consul- li-kin under foreign control as security in pursuit of a few filibustering expedi
fiscated, but also the skins which
Jacob Sarigs, of Ooramiah, Persia, General Lee tonight cabled the state for the loan proposed by the Hong
tions and the remarkable success of gov m ight have been taken if the ships hail meeting the men face to face and rrl
sow in Cincinnati, g ivin g talks on department just what is wanting at this Kong <ft Shanghai bank, and asserts
ing their characters and noting tli
ernment officials in stopping these ex
Persia and Arm enia, has just received
that, unless the loan is procurable peditions as contrasted with the feeble I not been seized. This last feature of demeanor, that the Indians fired
juncture, and his list is as follows:
prospective damage caused the inuin
a letter from friends in his Persian
Summer .clothing, second-hand or without this condition, arrangements efforts of tho Spanish authorities to |
contention. In the case of each B rit
home, inform ing him that a band of
otherwise, principally for women and w ill be made for a Russian guaranteed maintain a patrol around the island of
He further states that no blal
raiders from Koordestan had massacred children; medicines for fevers, includ 4 per cent loan.of 100,000,000 taels, to
Cuba. A ll these facts wore included was for estimated future catch. For whatever can by any possibility be |
a il the inhabitants of a Persian Chris
taclied to the wardens. He finds fit
in g a large proportion of quinine; hard be issued at 93 net. The security w ill in W oodford’s note, and while he put
instance, in the case of the Carolina,
tian town, 800 souls, near Salmas,
bread, corn meal, bacon, rice, lard, be the land tax. which w ill remain them in his own language in presenting
ufter the first shot, the shooting I
potatoes, beans, peas, salt fish, prin- j under Chinese administration. China, them to the Spanish foreign office, it
general, and when the smoke deal
Peter French, a prominent cattle cipally codfish; any canned goods, es- I in return, w ill give Russia a monopoly is said the statements concern on ly the while that for skins t^hich might have away.it » ’as found that several Indiij
man and landowner of Harney county, pecially condensed inilk for the starving j of the railroads and mines north o f the events which have already been touched been taken that year it she had not had been killed. The wardens
been seized was «16,667. Each ship
Oregon, was killed hy a man named children. Money w ill also he useful ; sea wall, open a port to the railway, upon.
dared there were six Indiana ell
estimated a prospective catch of from
It ia reported that the deed to secure nurses, medicines and for ' and agree that a Russian shall succeed
while the Indians say there were I
3,500 to 5,000 skins, the value being
Sir Robert Hart as dy-ector o f the C hi
was a cold-blooded murder. The vic many other necessities.
three killed. Mr. Reynolds agrees w]
PR O JECT.
tim was shot in the back ui the head,
the Indians on this point.
in 1889. The total of the claims,
these conditions he permitted, British
the bullet coming out between the eyes.
BURNED T O DEATH.
without interest, amounted to «439,-
-A land dispute is said to have been the
trade interests w ill surely severely
A NOT HE R S O C I E T Y SUICIDEj
161, and with interest at 8 per cent
W a lk A cross the A tla n tic.
aauso o f the trouU!<e.
T e r r i b l e F a t « o f a W o m a n a n« l I l « r
The Shanghai correspondent o f the
Ajjeil M o th e r.
Chicago, Dec. 29.— A special to the and other charges, the total reached T h a t « f M I m A n n i e V i r g i n i a AVellg,|
The Overman Wheel Company, of
Tim es says: The sloop Phoenix sailed Tiines-llerald from New York says: «786,166.
Chicopee Falls, Mass., has made an as
F r i e n d o f M I h « H e r b e r t .
Pittshnrg, Dec. 29. — During a tiro at
The only official statement that
signment for the benefit of its creditors. New Haven, a suburb of this city, in today, under orders to join the Britisii Captain VV. C. Oledrive, of Boston, has
Dec. 28.— The desthl
squadron. The utmost secrecy is pre planned to walk across the Atlantic could be secured here of the judgment
H enry B. Bowman, president o f the tho
residence o f Mrs. Mary Alin
Miss Leila Herbert, daughter of the^
the latter’ s ocean.
11c w ill begin his journey July
Springfield National bank, has been Browdy, this evening, Miss Nancy served with regar*] to
secretary of the navy, is given as I
appointed trustee. A lbert H. Over Browdy, aged 4(1, was burned to death, j movements, but gossip here suggests a and w ill be accompanied by Captain tained in the following announcement reason of the suicide which occurred I
W M. Andrews, famous by reason of
man is president o f the company, ami and the mother, aged 7(1, was so badly
‘ T h e award of the Behring sea day of Miss A n n ie Virginia Wells,
ios voyuge across the Atlantic in a
the principal owner and has given out burned that she cannot survive tiie j
accomplished young society worn a
small boat. It is nothing new for Cap claims commission lias been filed in
a statement allowing that, on Novem night. Miss Browdy, who came here
A CH R I S T MA S T RAGEDY.
and daughter o f Lew is S. Wells, awel
ber 10, last, the assets were «1.318,000 about a month ago from Butte, Mont., I
known attorney. The young ( M l
and the liabilities «539,000.
to visit her mother, lost her life in try A n A g e d P e n n s y l v a n i a C o u p l e F o u l l y That 1ms been his pleasure and profit
shot herself through the heart with 111
these ten years.
Captain Andiews, account of British vessels seized in
Frank G. Farley was accidentally ing to save some
Behring sea, aggregated, with interest, brother’s revolver at the residence!
shot and instantly killed by Ed. Alvord, She went to the upper floor after the
Indiana, Pa., Dee. 28.— Milton Neal
These included several her fattier, 1311 N street. Miss We
ia Tekoa, Wash. Both men were O. j flames hud made good headway on the 1 anti His aged w ife were shot to death ter pedestrian, w ill journey in a brand-
in the settlement had piet Miss Herbert a number i
R. & N . conductors. A t the coroner a structure, and was suffocated. \ \ hen by an unknown assassin at their home, new 14-foot Himdl Ixmt and in ibis
proposed by Secretary Gresham. Tlxs tiines.'and was very much attached I
inquest, the evidence showed that A I- the house had been gutted, the hotly of j near Jacksonville, nine miles southwest
award now made amounts to «294,- her. She herself had been confined I
vord was turning the cylinder of a re-1 Miss Browdy was seen hanging over a of here, some tim e during Christinas. and again in 1892. Captain Andrews
181.91, to which w ill increase the total the house for four months by illnei
v o lver so the hammer would not rest on j joist, and, in the presence of about 600 Their bodies were found at 9 o ’ clock is the man who has brought about tliu
about 50 per cent. The award is filial, and this, combined with tiie flhu<
The wea|Hiii was^dis- people who had gathered at the scene, that night by their son Hurry, who was
and d is [loses of all cases before it. Pay caused hy the death of her friend
sbarged, and Furlev fell and expired was literally burned to a crisp. The passing the house and stepped to pay a ment:
ment under the treaty must be made brought on melancholia, which resmll
w ithout utteiing a word. The jury ex- i mother threw herself into the burning Christmas call on his parents.
‘ ‘ Incredible as it inav seem, next
in suicide. The deed was ip p M H
within six months.”
building twice in an endeavor to save was one of the most prominent and
The departmental officials, it is as unpremeditated, and, coming bus
The long-continued cold and heavy her daughter, hut each time was prosperous farmers in the vicin ity in sail down Boston harían-, out onto tiie sumed, w ill proceed at cnee to prepare diately after the Christmas festiviti|
sow of the past month are beginning dragged back, not, however, until she which he lived. Officers are searching ocean and over to Havre, France, a hill or an amendment to one of the in the house, com pletely prostrated i
to have a serious effect upon sheep in was so badly burned that the physicians for the murderer, but as yet he has not through tli«’ groat bore of the river appropriation bills for submission to aged mother. Miss W ells was 33 vei]
iseiiie|aiid up to Paris, tobe there to at
W yom ing, and it iN feared that, unless | *“ * 1,110 cannot recover.
congress, covering (he necessary appro of age, and very beautiful.
Store is s break in the weatiier soon, |
When young Neal tried to enter his tend the exposition of 1900 mi our new priation to pay the judgments, for, be
HE INTENDED TO KILL
THE CZAR ADVANCI NG.
Hie losses w ill be heavy.
parent's house, he found the doors seagoing shoes and the smallest, fastest ing bound by treaty not only to pay
repoit that a number have alreu ly |
He forced his way through and best bout that ever crossed the A t- < any judgments rendered, hut to pay
lint Hi« Victim Died o f Heart K»lla
K l n e l t a u , a R e m a r k a b l e P o i n t o f Vant*
the cellar, and upon entering tiie s it lantic ocean, the Phantom ship. Every them promptly, the government is in
CmlNflil by Kxcileineiit.
(tgp, N o w O e r u p i e t l .
M r. Coffin, the acting controller of
honor hound to take the remaining
Dec. 28.— A Japan
the ourrenoy bus called attention to the I St. Petersburg, Deo. 29.— Tho Rus In a chair near the window was the
steps toward a settlement in short or
known as Je Tagoni fired four shots]
feet that the retirement of national bank sians have occupied Kinchau, north of form o f his mother, her face entirely low ing the boat in calm weather.
Mary Costello, a Spanish woman,
blown away. A t her feet was all that
" T h e seagoing shoes of Mr. Oledrive
notes daring thetirat 20days of Deeem Port Arthur.
There appears to he little doubt that
remained of her husband; a ghastly are the most wonderful part of the the United States carried its point on the lodging-house at 91 Sacratnei
her reached the sum of «3,000.000.
C un D « f y t l i « W o r l d .
street, this morning. None of t|
hole in his head told the tale of his whole affair. They are a pair of cedar
T h is is said to he the first time during j
the question involved, as the prospec
San Francisco, De*:. 29.— E. L. Shep
bullets struck the woman, butshedri
murder. A t his side lay a double- boxes five feet long with fins on the
the last JO years that the voluntary re- ) hard, who
tive damages were evidently scaled
recently returned from
tirem ent has reached this amount in ! China, where ho had an official posi barreled shotgun, the implement o f bottom and sides. They are very light down to an insignificant amount, or ped dead. The body bears no sigu oil
wound, and the physicians say deal
death. The walls, ceilings and ar and capable of sustaining 140 |siiiiids.
any one month.
rejected entirely. W hile the depart
tion, commenting upon the reported
was caused hy heart failure, induced'
A fte r a week o f conference in Bos occupation of Kinchau hy Russia, said
ment officials w ill make no definite an
spattered with blood, and on the ceil they are as good to him as a steamer's
ton, Justices Putnam and King, the! today:
nouncement to this effect, intimations
About a year ago, Tagoni opened
•ominiasioners fur the United States i "K in ch au is an important walled ing was a good sized deni, in which deck.”
are given that the smallness o f the
employment agency, and engaged Ml
anti Canada, respectively, in the arbi city (not an open port), at the head of
award precludes the possibility of any
P ENSI ON OFFICE ORDER.
Costello as an assistant. By promisil
tration of the Behring sea claims, have the gulf of Lau Tung, ami it commands skull. For a tim e there was a suspi
allowance having been made on account
marriage he induced her to live wi|
completed their work for the present, i tiie mouth of the liv e r Yalu, where
of prospective damages. The A m eri
him. Recently she left the place wh
and it is understood w ill soon begin) th 3 battle between the Japanese and
can claims commissions established the
they had resided. A fte r making mail
o f I V m l i n g C la im s .
the preparation of their reports to tlnur Chinese was fought, and the other im strength. The woman was killed with
precedent that uo prospective damages
threats to kill her on sight, the Japa|
portant rivers w |jich flow into the gulf.
Washington, Dec. 29.— A new or-
ese met her today and accomplished I
There were no marks of powder oh his
The first m eeting o f the National! It is about equally distant lie tween the face, something which is said would der, the enforcement of which it is he- ,Pr0senl award is evidently on the same murderous design, though in an un
B uilding Trades Council was held at mouth of the Yalu river and the ter have been ini|a>eaible to avoid had sui lieved w ill exmxlite the disposition o f ' ' ne'
General J. W Foster, who is now in pee ted and sensational manner.
•t. Louis, und wan marked by a scath minus of the great wall o f China.
cide been with a shotgun. There is pension claims now [lending has been
* H * * l n * s Near Dye*.
ing denunciation of the American Fed commands the railway system recently nothing to indicate that the crime was issued by Commissioner Evans. It is general charge of Behring sea affairs,
said tonight, as to the award, that he
Dyea, Alaska, Dec. 28.— Consid
eration o f Labor for having passed a constructed from Tien-Teen to the cap committed for plunder, as in Mrs. as follows:
Presi able excitement prevails here atpre
resolution at N ash ville opposing the ital o f Manchuria, ami ia of pre-eminent N ea l’s pocket were «10 and «2 lay on
‘ ‘ Hereafter claims for increase of waa not surprise.) at the result.
dent Cleveland having officially de over the reported gold finds on one]
form ation o f the national council. Tho importance as a strategic |«>st.
a dresser. Friend* say they have a
" T h e seisure o f the point shows that
clared that «425,000 was a just and the tributaries of the Dyea river, o*J
Federation of Labor opposed the new
clew which they w ill begin work on at 12 months from the last action, allow
equitable sum in settlement, and hav a mile above the town. Pros
organisation as lending to create a fur-
ance or rejection.”
once to trace the murderer.
o f Corea, Manchuria and the gu lf of
ing appointed as the American commis have been flocking in, and have •••M
ther division in the ranks of lalair.
" T h e necessity of the new ord er,"
Lau Tung, ami possesses a significance
sioner to adjudicate the claims a close the creek off for a distance of 10 mils*
said an official today, "grow s largely
Boat Ip u ft by a D of.
Firem an Martin J. Oakley was killed which w ill cause consternation among
! personal and political triend, it could The creek has been named Boom cree]
at a fire in a five story tenement <>n the diplomats in the Oid World.
Elm ira, N . Y ., Dec 28.— Rudolph j out of calls made ou the office for state hardly be expected that the latter and from 200 to 300 men are now (
Bast Forty-fourth street. New York situation is such that its possession Boericke, aged 33. mm o f Dr. Boerioke, ment o f the stutus of pending cases | would strenuously contend
for an the ground and at work.
city. Oakley was suffocated by smoke practically places Russia in a position o f Phil«delphiiMi.Mnd his brother Ed by means of congress. These calls have (\warfi o f a less amount. Mr. Foster
The surface indications are exi e l l » ]
and escaping gas.
Assistant Fireman to defy the w orld.”
ward, o f Chicago, were rowing on j
was absent from the country in Japan running in places 26 cents to the p*1]
Thomas Head. James Davis and Peter
Keuka lake, seven miles from Ham- j other claims |>en<1mg, which, it is said, . when congress took action on Presi-
and increasing as the shsfts go do*«
The gizzard o f a hen recently killed mondsport, Christmas night, when the ] have lieen taken up in their order.
Connelly, o f the same company, were
dent Cleveland’s recommendation, but Many companies are forming, bo‘ h
inhaling at tkivington, G a ., contained 21 brass boat was upset by their dog. Both men j It is only fs ir to these cases which have he regarded the commission as the
work claims and purchase pn>[*''t ",1
■moke and gas, and were w ith diffi- tacks, 31 bird shot, two pins, a tiny were taken from the water alive, bnt not had any consideration that they proper method of. reaching a settle
A ll the diggings are on American "«J
onlty revived. They are in hospitals, j brass ring, a bit of steel anil some Rudolph died im m ediately after be should lie taken up as promptly as pos
ment, and the only one which would and many more claims w ill b0 •tr
crus he*I bras* capa.
and their condition is Herious.
was brought to shore.
satisfy the country.
off within the next few days.
Secretary A lger has cabled to \Vil-j
Pittsburg, Dec. 29.— Captain G. B.
San Jose, Cal., Dec. 29.— As a result
Jiam Akelim an, chief government rein-
V e il la t a a Orate.
H h w I I I r I ' i L a s t B a llf l» h*
S la in b y C o n g a M a tlv o * .
Hares, aged 68, on Friday night w hile
4 M r herder, who ia now in Norway, to
Franklin. Fa., Dec. 28.— Grace and of a Christmas debauch, Lagnra Molina,
City of Mexico, Dec. 28.—The
Lisbon Dec. 27.— A dispatch fro m ]
inform the wa: department immediate walking from Oeborne to H aysville, Annie Nelson, whose parents live neay a Chilean woodchopper, met a terrible . .. Paul de Lonada, Portuguese Lower of th* series of bullfights by lla*«*K,,,
ly how soon 600 reindeer can la< shipped was overcome hy the cold and fe ll and here, were left alone in their home last death near Los Gatos.
Guinea, says that the natives o f the was given thia afternoon, and w«s i
to thia oountiy.
These ate wanted for waa rapidly freeaing to death. H e was evening.
The former fell into the deeply sod with three fellow-workers flumbo plateau, in the Portugneee col- ; tended by 7,000 people. Toma*
> • « an draft animals in getting supplies found by John ami Harry Bishop, and grate fire and her clothing waa ignited. caroused in his cabin until far into the ony of Aagoia, have massacred a Port- aaltini narrowly escaped with hm I'
to the miners in the Klondike region. carried to their stable, where he re- She was burned to death. In trying to night. Then he took a lighted lamp ngueee officer, a sergeant and 12 men. being tossed by an infuriated b«U. »■
T h ey muat be transferred at New York [ mained BjU night. In te r he was *W- M rs the life o f her sister, A n n ie waa and went into the yard. He stumbled
Reinforcements have been sent from gored in the hand.
to railroads, and in that manner oar- moved to hi* home. A t New Orleans also bu lly burned, and i l ia believed and fell, the lamp exploded and the
killed, and six balls, the/usual na«
rind across the continent, an d again by ; in 1861 Captain Hayes hauled down she cannot recover.
o f the Congo Free Stale. The oolony her. The fight was not db W ‘ be
waa burned to death, but his fate was
the Pacific ooast up to Dyea, i the Pelican flag o f Louisiana and raa
has been held by the Portuguese since standard.
not known nntil morning, when bis
at that may be select “ P the RUra and Stripes. Thia act
Eiffel Tower, Faria,
i486, and they have • number o f forts
i east him hit steamboat.
•nd commercial establishments.
ml the i
Epitome of the Telegraphic
News of the World.
England Presents an Ultima- fier«
turn to King of Corea.
Made Known to the State De