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U.M. KIKKI'ATKIOK. 1'ubhillier.
The Charleston Ordered
to Go to Honolulu.
A BREWERY FOR SPOKANE.
Another Break in the Colorado River
Sends an Immense Body of
Water Into the Desert.
Tacoma will soon have its cable can
The Los Angeles city directory has 23,'
700 names. . .-,
Spokane is to have a brewery, with
The Charleston hae received orders to
go to Honolulu.
A Rpokane ordinance forbids cigarette
smoking Dy minors.
A disease creating blindness in among
tne cattle along me miniooiut river in
The Southern California Lawn Tennis
Association meets at Santa Monica, Los
Angeles county, August at.
The contract for the construction of
the Chamber of Commerce building at
rortianu nas oeen awarded.
The Itata has paid the $500 fine. It is
said bonds will be given and the vessel
go to Ban Francisco tor repairs.
The Bradstreet mercantile agency re
ports sixteen failures in the Pacific Coast
iitntaa ami 'Pawl f aa fin- tKa ruiat tuaar
The work of improving the entrance
of Huniboldt Bay by extending a pro
tecting wan along tne norm spit nas
commenced. - ' ,
The Lone Fine group of mines in the
Vipond district, Beaverhead county,
Mont., has been sold to an English syn
dicate for $725,000.
There is trouble between white settlers
and Indians along the Kootenai river in
British Columbia. The Indians are driv
ing the settlers off. ...
The trouble with the miners at New
castle, Wash., still, wears a threatening
look. Both sides keep armed, and eager
ly watch each other.
All bnt one of thesis Superior Judges
in Loe Angeles are on a vacatien. This
involves an unwelcome delay in some
Reports from Frazer river and the
Northern canneries are that the salmon
pack will fall fully 50 per cent, behind
that of the two previous years.
Another break in the Colorado river is
epmlincr an lmmenM hnilv nf witter intrt
the Colorado Desert. The break.it is 1
thought, can easily be repaired or shut
The art museum and picture gallery at
the Leiand Stanford University is rapid
ly approaching completion. A part of
the roof is already on, and many of the
iron girders are already in place.
The conrt-martia! to try Colonel C E.
Compton of the Fourth Cavalry for neg
ligence in permitting his men to leave
camp the night A. J. Hunt was lynched
hae been convened at walla walla.
There is a rumor at Victoria, B. C,
that the Wellington collieries have been
eold to an English syndicate, and that
experts are now an the ground taking an
inventory ot the stock, seams of coal,
wharves, hunkers and other property.
The Alaska travel is at its height It
is greater than the accommodations. A
gentleman who forgot to engage a pas
sage before he reached Tacoma offered a
bonus of (176, but it would not command
anything more than standing room in
The Southern Pacific alone hae earned
on freight on potatoes going E-tst this
mason from Los Angeles over $200,000,
This business lias all been built up
within three Years, previous to which
time potatoes were received from Kansas
ami Missouri by the trainload.
The last of the Riverside orange crop
was snipped last; wee, une total crop
this year amounted to 1,375 carloads.
which, considering the shortage in the
crop all over Southern Califoraia this
reason, is a larger shipment than ever
bciore. Xhe total value of the Riverside
orange crop for the season of 1890-1 is
put at $1,230,000.
The internal-revenue officers seized
the Plantag & Heyer brewery and the
New York brewery, both located at Hay
wards, Cal., for violation of the revenue
Jews. The combined value of both the
establishments is about $30,000. The
olieiwc consisted in not destroying reve
nue stamps on empty barrels. The gov
ernment has accepted an offer of $2,000
niitde riy the Hayes Valley brewery as a
compromise for the frauds recently dis-
wend by the revenue officers. ,
The verdict of the jury at San Diego
which investigated the killing of the
gaiiorBrown is that Brown died from the
enacts of a blow on the head from a po
liceman's billy, causing a fracture of the
iNull, at the hands of C. W. Breedlove;
t.iat Charles H. Wilson, A. M. Coatee,
w, w. Webb and l'eter Gnrrie were
present and aided and abetted the kill
ing, 'inn jury also finite that the same
parties clubbed other Charleston sailors
snd caused the false imprisonment of
tvi.i1 of them. : - '
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
State Department Iliur Learning- DetnlU
uf the l'aMMiuMiuotlily Buy Aftblr,
Commissioner Carter of the general
land office has directed the Register and
Keceiver of public lands at Lewiaton,
Mont., to receive mineral applications to
allow mineral entries in the abandoned
Fort McGinnis military reservation in
Montana under the same conditions as
when made for other public lands. The
same rule will apply to the abandoned
Fort McDermitt military reservation in
Advices received by the Bureau of
American Republics state that a specific
duty of 11 cents a kilogramme (2.2
pounds) has been imposed on all iard
imported in the Republio of Peru. It
bus been decided that all .packages
snippea, discharged ana re-emirked at
ports of the Republic shall be marked
with the gross weight. . Oases, barrels
and crates must also ue marked with the
measurement of their dimensions ac
cording to the metric system, and fines
are imposed for mon-cbmpliance with
The State Department is quite busy
learning the details of the seizure of the
East port fishermen, so as to be able to
act intelligently when the time for ac
tion arrives. The United States CohbuI
at the Canadian town next to Eastport
is investigating things, and when he
makes his report it will be quite coiuna-
tent for the department to take some
very interesting steps towards obtaining
an explanation of the case from Great
Britain. There is no danger of a repeti
tion of the "outrage,' as it is being
U.IICU IU HCU Ol UlUIB UBIUllttt M)rttl,
and the department feels that haste in
such an event would be unwise.
Several letters have been received by
Poatniaater-Genoral Wanamaker from
Messrs. Brooks and Porter, delegates
from the United States to the Fourth
International Congress at Vienna. That
oody completed its labors on June In.
Perhaps the most important of its re
sults is the admission of the Australian
colonies to the union, to take effect July
1, 1802. The only civilized countries
now remaining outside the union are
Cape Colony and the South African 'Re
public, which will probably come in at
the next congress, making the postal
union ' universal " in fact as well as in
name. The other interesting changes
noted are the proposed issue of postal
cards with a paid reply lor international
service, in the reduction of the registry
4 centimes (5 cents), in an increase in
the maximum-sire package of a sample
irom ox4xz inches to 12x4x8, an indem
nity for lost registered articles and inter
national co-operation in the prosecution
oi counterieiters ot postage stamps.
Merman Military Circles Iiilreiitel In
tliv Mew Exploitive Ualleil Eernitt.
Prof. Rossander of Stockholm thinks
he has found a remedy for cancer.
A new feature in Germany this year
will be the trotting meeting at Baden.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are
to visit Germany in state in the autumn.
Count Minister has again asked to be
relieved as German Ambassador to
Pure chloroform, something hitherto
unattainable, will now be made by M.
Pictet, a chemist of Geneva.
The Chilian cruiser Errazuriz, which
recently lett Havre, is lying at Penzance.
She is unable to procure firemen.
The Rome Tribune announces that
Cardinal Camutelli is to replace Cardinal
Rampolia as Papal Secretary of State.
A Lucerne (Switzerland) cablegram
says: Stanley and his wife have sep
arated. Their natures are too positive.
The failure of the English Bank of the
River Plate will cause widespread loss to
small and comparatively poor investors,
Energetic measures are devised by the
government for the development of cot
ton culture and industries in Central
Director Canet of the artillery at Paris
is believed to have been selling the
smokeieae-powder secret oi the govern
ment. The Prince of Wales will go to Carls
bad instead of Homburg this season.
His health is said to be somewhat im
paired. English Hebrew authorities in London
nave taken steps to relieve the great dis
tress among the Russian refugees u
The Medical Board of the Province of
Hanover has prohibited the use of the
Koch lymph in hospitals under their m-
Domestic service and service in agri
cultural nema in urazu are much demor
alized. The former slaves will work for
neither love nor money.
Edward Decobain. member of Parlia
ment for Belfast, accused of gross im
morality, will face his accusers as soon
as his health will permit.
Bismarck has aged much lately, and
his form has bent. Physicians do not
think he will live much longer, as he is
attticted with heart disease.
Mr. Flammeron believes that certain
lights which have been seen on Mars
may have been signals to us, and that
we may ultimately discover a means nf
Venezuela refuses to negotiate a treaty
of reciprocity with the United States,
claiming that there would be no com
pensating advantages under the terms
proposed by the United States.
The police of Berlin have demanded
the opinions of phvsicians on the sub
ject of prohibiting the wearing of long,
trailing dresses by ladies as outdoor cos
tumes on account of thedust thuscaused
to rise, imperiling the health of the peo
ple. Y' .
McGlynn Will Probably
,.- Be Reinstated.
THE SUB-TREASURY SCHEME.
German Capital Seeking Investment
. In the Unitsd Status Monu
meat to Hamlin. ..
The Empire City Electric Company at
New York has gone into liquidation.
A piece of No-Man's-Land has become
part of the Territory of New Mexico.
The National Educational Association
will meet at Helena, Mont., next year.
The new City Hall of Philadelphia
will have a $30,000 equestrian statue of
General George B. MoClellan.
Pension-Commissioner Raum promises
to hurrv the work in his office, when hn
can cut down Ins force of clerks.
A movement Ib on foot at Bangor, Me.,
to erect a monument bv popular sub
scription to the late Haiinibal Hamlin.
It is believed that Rev. Dr. McGlynn
will return to the church, and that the
excommunication bull will soon be re
Six thousand saloon licenses have been
issued in Chicago for the nresent nuar-
ter. That means a revenue of $8,000,000
The White Earth Indians are declared
to be perfectly peaceable. Rumors that
tnev were turbulent are without faun-
Judge D. M. Kev. Poatmiiater-fienenil
in President Hayes' Cabinet, has been
maue Dean ot Grant University, Nash
ville, Tenn. . ,
Adisnatch from Atlanta suvs Tinv Sum
Small has accented the managing editor-
snip oi a new evening paper to be estab
Wealthy corporations in Illinois are to
contest the law which makes incorpor
ated bodies pay their employes at least
once a week.
After attending the Grand Armv en
campment in Vermont in August the
President will probably virjit Mr. Blaine
at Bar Harbor.
The Dominion Secretary of the Inte
rior, Pierre, has been suspended as a re
sult of the disclosures before the Public
German capital is seeking investments
in America, and a large amount of Her-
man money is likely to come to the
uuueti stales this year.
It is proposed to utilize the steel masts
being removed from the Philadelphia aa
masts for the new armored cruiser Maine,
they being about the size required.
Tile bond-endowment schemes which
promised $3 for $1 are collapsing right
and left in Ohio. lour with a large
membership have just gone to the wall.
A resolution in favor of unrestricted
reciprocity between the United States
ar.d Canada has been adopted by the
Provincial Legislature of Prince Edward
Revenue officersjit Washington. D. C
are on a still hunt for violators o! the
liquor revenue laws, and expect to cause
a sensation when they have ended their
Most o( the Alliance lecturers in Kan
sas have dropped the sub-treasnrv
scheme, and the sub-alliances are voting
on the proposition to take it out of the
A girl has been born to the Chinese
Minister and his wife at Washington.
and rejoicings have been kept up at the
legation lor ten days in accordance with
the Chinese custom.
The Indian authorities are landing in
Texas hundreds of destitute intruders
who were refused admittance into Okla
homa. These parties are being driven
ou tne uneronee strip.
Collector Phelps lias been sustained
in requiring a duty on the wreckage of
the Trenton and Vandalia. which was
presented to Samoa and was sent to a
San Francisco firm to dispose of on
Correspondent Crounse of the New
York World has been indicted for crim
inal libel on Dr. Hammond in stating
that the doctor charged an extortionate
fee for removing a wen from the iiead of
Mrs. Htanlord. . .
Considerable excitement exists at
Eastport, Me., over the seizure in Pas
samaquoddy waters of seven American
fishing vessels by the Dominian cruiser
Dream. The- boats were taken to St.
Andrews, N. B.
The number of gold and silver mining
claims or locations," commonly ca led
" mines," in the United States is practi
cally beyond computation. Those mines
making production returns number 0,004
according to the census bulletin. -
The total internal-revenue collections
in Chicago for the fiscal year ending
June SO were $13,004,833.21. an increane
of over $3,500,000 over the collections of
tbe previous fiscal year. Most of the
taxes collected were from spirits.
Minister Fred Douglass has a hand
some home in Anacosta, a pretty suburb
of Washington, and he says lie would
much rather live there than in Hnvt.i
There is every probability that he has
come home to resign his mission.
District Attornev De Lancev Nicnll of
New York lias made known his intention
of selecting one paper which published
an account of tho Sing Sing electric eye-1
cution ill violation of the State law and
my the case beiore the grand jury,
St. Louts Hhn the Only V ale United
. The pout Whlttier will spend a por
tion of the summer in New Hampshire
The only woman who Is a United States
Marshal is Miss Olive Buchanan of St.
Louis. All the men like to be arrested
by her. ,
Mrs. General Ouster, who is spending
a short time in London, is meeting with
a very cordial reception in English liter
Professor R. L. Perkins of Boston has
a copy of Horace that is more than 8110
years old. It was printed in 1570, and
nas an index to every word,
James lliiird, for many yearB Consular
agent of the United States at Munaos.
State of Amazoniis, Brazil, has arrived
in New York ou sick leave.
President Dins of Mexico, though 00
years of age, is said not to look over 40.
He shows great tactin receivingvisltors,
and is a gentleman of much refinement.
George Smith, king of the English
gypsies, is to edit a paper In the Romany
tongue, to lie the organ of the wander
ing race. Ue expects to get 20,000 snb-
scripers lor it,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain will
visit the United States in the autumn.
Later i hey will go to the Bahamas, where
Mr. Chamberlain intends to make ex
Queen Victoria now rules a population
of 307 000,000 a greater number ol peo
ple than ever acknowledged the sover
eignty of any other person in either an
cient or modern times.
Alexander Rankin, the Scotchman who
succeeded John Brown as Highland ser
vant to the Queen, has obtained almost
as marked inllnence in the royal house
hold as Brown possessed.
The Queen of Portugal, who is a splen
did horsewoman, may often be mot
whilst riding in the open country about
Lisbon at an hour when most of her
subjects are still aBleep,
Sir Edward Arnold is coming to the
United States next October with his son
and daughter. He has been engaged tn
deliver a series of lectures on Japan hi
toe various cities oi America,
Queen Victoria's daughter. Princess
Christian, employs a woman as her phy
sician when her nurves trouble her. Her
attendant at such times is a well-known
specialist, Dr. Julia Maitland.
Henry Irving epigmminaticallv char
acterizes an English scheme for the re
generation oi the theater as missions
which propose to save the player's srnil
by pointing the way to the work hours.
Mrs. P. T. Barnum before she suited
for Europe sent the comfortable rolling
chair used by Mr. Barnum during the
last few months of his life to the Bridge
port nospitai lor use in that institution.
Bessie Bellwood. who lived a long time
with Viscount Mandeville, who married
Miss Yznao of New York, is about to sue
him. now that he has become llnke nf
Manchester, claiming that he owes her
General Anson G.Cook. Secretary nf
tne united Btates Donate; is a strongly
built man, about 50 years of age, and
has dark hair, mustache and eves. He
is one of the most agreeable and popular
men in Washington. .
Mrs. Logan has left the General's li
brary just as it was when he last occu
pied it, untouched, except by the (lust
brueh, and unchanged. His arm chair
still-retains its customary position, ami
nanny a paper nas been moved from his
Oliver Wendell Holmes' library in his
Boston home looks over the Charles
river, and furnishes a superb view of the
distant spires and towers of Charleston
and Somerville. Just at sundown the
prospect is Ideal.
Baron de Gondoritz,' the Brazilian In
dia rubber merchant who is trying to
corner the entire rubber output of the
Amazon region, is an energetic man of
Portuguese birth, 41 years old. He is of
short and very portly figure, with light
complexion and red hair.
The great statue of Pope Leo XIII.,
which Count Joseph Loubat is to pre
sent to the Catholic University at Wash
ington, will be shipped to this country
in a few weeks. It is reported to be a
fine piece of work, and represents the
pipe seated upon his throne and wear-1
nig the triple crown.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
An Epitome at the HttlittonuMlal Doing
or the wicked.
Robert Howe has been arrested at New
York and charged with a $10,000 dia
mond robbery committed last February.
Lord Beresford's alleged nephew, Wal
ter S. Beresford, has been arrested in
New York, charged with swindling citi
zens near Rome, Ga.
George Anderson, a saloonkeeper of
East St. Louis, shot and killed Dennis
Ryan, another saloonkeeper, and then
blew out his own brains.
Dennis Johnson, the keeper of a noto
rious saloon near Miildleborough, Ky.,
while resisting arrest shot two police
men. A crowd ot 100 men soon gathered
and destroyed the saloon.
Judge Sherman in the Superior Court
at Greenfield, Mass., sentenced C. Mason
Moody, the defaulting County Treasurer,
to five years in the State prison at hard
Rev. Henry F. Sutherland of the H-
zleton M. E. Church of Erie, Pa., was
convicted in the United States Court,
upon a charge ot sending obscene matter
through the mails.
The itirv in the cast nt Mnvn P.ro,l
field for killing Joe Dye at Los Angeles.
Cal gave a verdict of not guilty, The
ground of the defense was Dye's mur
derous record and continuous tlm.nt.
1 caused the partial insanity of Bradtield.
The- Educational Bill in
the House of Lords.
RUSSIAN NAVY INCREASED.
Gabriolle Bompard, the Aooomplice of
Eyraud the Strangler, Dying
of Fever In Prison.
France has 1,000,000 Socialists,
Young King Alexander of Servia will
visit the Oaar,
The deaths from cholera in Mecca av
erage fifty daily.
Russia will lie a largeimporterof grain
thiB season, owing to short crops.
Berlin is delighted over recent evi
dence of closer friendship with England.
The educational bill has passed a sec
ond reading in the British House uf
Lord Denman has been suspended in
the British House of Lords lor the re
mainder ol the session.
It is said that "shares of paradise "
are sold by the Salvation Army through
out France at a large profit.
Baron Hirsch now owns the house
which Lord Revelstoke was building
previous to the Baring failure.
Gabrielle Bompard, the accomplice ot
Kyritud the Wrangler, is living of fover
in the Clermont prison, France.
A dispatch from Rome says the Pope
is apt to full into a profound sleep even
when taking an airing in the Vatican
garden. . . , .
The women in several provinces nf
Italy are sorrowful because so miinv of
the men born in those provinces are
rushing to America.
Mrs. Parnell claims to have compro
mising political correspondence with
Gladstone, obtained while Paruull was
in Kilmainham jail.
The Russian navv is lieing increased
by twenty-two ships in process of con
struction on both the Baltic and Black
Seas, besides others ordered.
The women in Prussia according to
statistical reports far outnumber the
men. ilie latest estimates show a dif
ference of alwut 000,000 in favor of tho
A scheme has been successfully inaug-'
urated by the Royal Institute 'of Deaf
and Diimbl i Great Britain to train up
the inmates as barbers, Comment is
In consequence of prevalence of chol
era at Mecca pilgrims from that place
have lo undergo a quarantine ot twenty
days at Eltor before proceeding through
the Suez canal.
The Central Statistical Society of St.
Petersburg has published data estimat
ing the population of -Russia in I tecum
her lust at 1 HI.IXIO.OoO. the annuel in-
crease lieing 1,500,000.
The Irish peasantry have Won to
boycott and stone the bonnes ol those
who refused to join the plan of cam
paign in Ireland. The outrages are coiu
niitied during tho night.
Fltteon thousand marks have been im
propriated to induce 6iHI German chil
dren of tho weaving persuasion to quit
the trade and become farmers or snr.
vants to the feudal barons.
The Roval Commission annoinled to
investigate Westminster Abbey with a
view of considering the enlargement now
needed recommends two plans, which
will have to bo determined.
Miss Gladys Evelyn is to tell the lirft.
ish public from the rostrum how she was
wronged bv William Henry Hurlhurt
The evidence the Court would not per
mit mm- vo give win ne produced.
Sir John Pender stated In London tlmt.
there was a decline in cable correspond
ence, and he attributed it to the McKin
ley bill, though he admitted depression
in trade had something to do with it.
The Emperor of Germany hue sent a
nmnlior of costly presents to the officials
oi tiiieen victorias household, foreign
office and the Guild Hull and also to the
chief ollicere of the police department,
The Manchester canal has had the wa
ter ot the Mersey admitted to the finished
eastern sections. The work between
Ellesmere port and the river Weaver is
well advanced, and water will be admit
ted soon. ,
. The city of Santiago, Chili, has just
been visited with the severest fire ever
known in South America, the loss being
estimated at more than $2,000,000. The
British legation building was entirely
In conversation with Dr. Arondt, a
member ot the Prussian Landtag, a lew
days ago Prince Bismarck declared that
he intended to take his seat in the fall
in order to oppose the commercial treaty
During June there wsb launched (rum
Scotch ship-building yards forty-three
vessels, aggregating no n 7 tono i n,. :
total the Clyde contributed twenty-eight
steamers and ten sailing ships, measur
ing 37,200 tons.
The Kaiser has on foot a Ncbomo i in
troduce into Alsace-Lorraine a strong
German element bv -indncinv w,.i,iti.S
Germans to buy large estates offered for
sale in those provinces and settle them
with German tenants. -
Rev. Taknsa 1 laradn of ,T,i,,
in the International r!ni,r.,.,a.unn I
Council at London that Congregational
ism In Japan, although the youngest
child of the church, had seventy-one
churches and 10,000 members. .