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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1891)
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DROUGHT IN NEW MEXICO,
m UBrrTite Island Reported to Be
the Soene of aLaiid-Cbum ,
" Sand for making glass has been f ootid
n Vancouver. Ti.C, baa a pnpnhrtion.4
is,vs. ui Victoria, is. uM iti.iHa.
The1 drought in the southern portion
l of New -Mexico is causing toss to Mock.
The biggest mo of salmon known" for
Tears has appeared in the Skagit rrrer.
The mackerel along the sonthem ooant-1
oi uurnrnra are sua to be tat, plentiful
ana rating rreefy. i- - - -i
Many witnesses in the Deris will eon-
,. tost at Butte, Mont., an now testifying
- to toe genuineness oi tne document,
Nevada is to be .boomed with gold
taken from tbeZirn mine at Pine Mot
Marvelous stories are told of tbe rich-,
nessei the ooartt in that camp. ', j .
The glut oi potatoes is Banthern Cali
fornia eontinnea. In one section they
are being offered at 5 cents a Back in the
ground, the buyer to dig them. . ,' w s,
- The schooner Hamilton Levis, Captain,
Alexander McLean, has ;been captured
by a Russian gunboat while poaching off
uopper isiano. in jtoasiaii waters in toe
Bearing Sea. . , ,.,- -.;
Oliver Roberts, Charles Colburd 'and
A. 6. Barnev have incorporated at Car-
eon, Her'the Mountain1 View; Valley;
V lew ana M&aeat mates ender one ftym,
.with a capital stock of tLWO.OUOi i .....
, The attempt to create. a rush of Sandal
seekers to the island of ban Clemebte,
sixty miles southwest of San Pedis, has
not been ueeeasfuL.'.TjM island is, said
. to be bare of wegeution and not capable
. of, cnlrivation with any success. .
At Visalia, Cat, an attempt was made
Try some unknown .party to-poison' a
number of boarders of Mrs, Mcernj)tt.
by introducing , into the material, with
. which the. lady made ice cream, sroton
oil. Eleven .persons were made serious-'
ly ill. ' ' ' ' ' f' ',"';t
Bert reader of Washington,' T).
has-been appointed maeter of the young
men's dormitory at the Leland Stan lord
Jr.) University, and G ii. Johnson of
ban Francisco has been appointed ernes'
engineer at the Stanford University, vice
A H. nflke-reeigneAi -; I-j
Within the last few davs everv foot of
the San Joaquin river from Hampton-
ville to a point above Millerton has baenl
covered with mining claims. It is be
lieved tbe bed ef theiTver n filled with
gold, and a survey has been made with
a view of , turning tbe river from' its
ebaunei. ' .
Eicb iron ore has been struck in -tlie j
San Yeidro mine, a lew miles below En
eenada, Lower California.- jl letter re
chived at San Dieen. Cal.. save .that a'
vein was just uncovered, 1,000 feet Irrori
and 60 leet deep, which seem? practically
to have no end to it.1 fiaa lliegans are
going to inspeetit.; wt Ltrfi i -
H baa been decided by a City fustics
at iitockton, Cat , that a fin can work
and yet be a vagrant under, the new va
"graricy law. The court convicted a young
man, although it appeared from the evi
dence that the -defendant ihad worked
during all the time he was alleged to be
adisapluteiierBon. .'. "t ,
The "ealiforaia Colored ColouiiationJ
fioiaety ' proposes to bring 5,000 negroes
' into California this yeari" The Secretary
of the: society at Fresno mye1:' " We.
'bave seven aectiona of land in Fresno
county and some in Shasta, and these
two counties will receive the bulk of our
people for the present."
It is announced thattbe San Francisco
Produce Exchange and Cull Board in
tends doing away with the present sys
tem oi buying or selling grain contracts
for tbe year or season and wilt adopt the
Eastern method of dealing in monthly
options only. The change will be made,
it is said, as soon as the present year
, andjeason contracts expire. ...
A sequel to the sadden disappearance
from Saoom-.oI-Seaattarv Edward Al
beruwn with U,0OU of fidelity Trust
Company's money is the subsequentdis
appearance of Jobn: L. Cohoon, his
brotber-in-law. The two families live in
the same house. It is said that Cohoon
baa been kidnaped by detectives and is
being subjected to a squeezing process.
' Ban Clemente Island is now the scene
of a land-elaiin excitement. The island
is forty miles due south of San Pedro,
and is twenty-nine miles long and from
three to five wide. In the past four
weeks fifteen claims have, been settled
on bv people from Eos Angeles. The
iniandie as vet unsuTveyed, so that the
elatnijareWuiplypoeMpsor)'. The island
.contains about 33 JX laejsnt ufj which
probably 6((.0o0 are compwed of very
line aandv loam soiL Tlie boemere have
diecovered good wtr at a depth of eiirht
feet. Wild plum, wild cherry and moutir,1'kiniiHa bo fbreiai iiaiwort to be admit-
ain mahogany trees grow luxurious! rHtd snsiany of the Widdleinr higirrln
- the leland, tlie wild cherry being t'jmnj stkiiamtiuV:leaiiug' tor. .tie easuuig
in sue to tbe large domestic ones. J scuulastic term. . t . f .. ,
Wooli Mat Ban
It is estimated
ment that there h-is been an increase of
over 111,000,000 in cash holding! since
August 1, representing a decrease in the
public debt to that amount according to
the old torm of dent atatemifcel -
directed that tlie four laborers , toM
,'f. MMI.larived Wwnmttisa.ii
com into the Unrt States
of tW alien labor ,hutY The' art
emj9oyei4y Davl ileyerl of P
v W;fenlTtroJW ofajte CaircniTliits
antfaorim the estabiieament oTtt nrat
NatKaat.&uik of Roeeburg, Or. ; capital
stock, ptf',000. President, Thomas R.
Sheriian;- cashier, John Pr -Sheridan,
Also the Columbia National ank of, Ta
coma, WasJiV.MtoU al.IG Vttfjt
dentjjenry. 0livetca8tiierJ.N. B. Iol-
' lAanther deeaioa was made in die tide
WRter land cjimp nf Waflhintnn. in which
amitantS!retarv Cbamfler shstainedl
Utejonaenaecisipas. ttiatltne. lands be
tween, high and few water were not sub
ject to location bv scrip. . The applica
tions' 'ot Jacob C.'Mann and Albert E.
jack in this kase is denied. ' Five' appli
cutiom for -entry upon the Puyallup In
dian reservation are also,, denied by the
Secretary. , , ; . , .
Secretary Noble sent the following tel
ejrram to tiovemor Steele of Oklahoma:
" Xhe .President has ordered that no ex
ception shall be made ef Cherokee lo
cating or placing herds on the Strip after
Miles will bs so instructed by the War
Uepartawnt.-. Tbe Pfeaident has further
ordered cavalry troops to aid the agent
in exDellihi tresnassers from the Sac
and Fox -reserves In accordance with in'
etrections 'written by the President in
Juaordera. -t r,m -. i3rn ( ,u : .,; .
BC- Shannons tbe .newlv-apiwinted
Minister to Mcaragua, tjosta Kica and
Salvador, called at the State Department
and received.-instruction .He will re
beve Minister paalieco of part oi his
enormous duties as the sole repreeenta-l
Live ui tue i,uimki nuiies aipiomauc
service in Central America. Minister
Pacbeco was irhitructed to protest against
the violent action IrV the Salvadorian of
ficials against tbe Pacific Hail steamship
City of Panama,. but nothing has been
heard rrom mm in response, to reach
Salvador ne must travel 700 miles with
out railroad facilities, and delay is attrib-
Hen is a sarnie of what I have had
ftoendure-pf latef" said. Senator Squire
oi V) asbington, sbowjng a telegram he
bid just received. It was from .Seattle,
and read as follows : I hope the rumor
that t you ,:-are serioaaly'CopHidering the
Chinese mission is false. It would be
tin just to vour friends." ThiB was signed
'Hunt.'" "Mr. Hunt," continued tbef;
senator, "is the owner and editor oi the
Seattle Poil-Jnirlliaeucer. He has evi-
dndr irlvefi credence to the alwnrd n
nor that I was going to China as United
btaiea Miniswr. it puizles ine to snow
how that story could have been evolved.
There is absolutely nothing in it. No
suggestion or tBtiniatiod -ei-er came to
me that tbe place woe Id be tendered to
me. But to put a quietns ou the. whole
matter I do not hesitate to ssv thatl
Nvorfld no have the otsoe under anv con-
Meratjoe. - - . Anierjca is good enough for
me.-i, traveed,in. itpreignlands,
and Jiave seen ,bit of most parts of tbe
h'abitaHle globe, arid I say fn sfl sineer
itvthat ti man wswirotrW swan Seattle
-for Pekin as. place ef residenee k non
A1 BtUriai tfc Overthrnw iliti lrIIIn
Turf losses have 1ate1v obligeo' manv
English noblemen to go into bankruptcy.
Sir John Gorst is likely to be appointed
Pofittftaeter-tieiieral Ui the English Cab-.
inet,v. -:" .
Bismarck's evesitht and hearing are
fast failing, and be falls into a sudden
and slenp-lke torpor, i . ,
The Austrian Empress has svmptoms
of insanity, and medical experts pro
nounce tlie case a grave one. 4
A evclone, which has jnst passed over
San Maurp, Caetrglkmeand tiassino dis
tncts, Iiae caused great .distress. ,' - '
Queen Victoria' is to reside at Balmoral
until the third week ia November, when
tlie court will remove to Windsor Castle.
The waving of flags and tbe throwing
of flowers as the Emperor is on bis way
to the Schwarnan festivities have been
iortridde.rv( km , M V. ' r.
Mm, Annie .Beeant in her farewell ad
dress in London stated that she had re
ceived letters from the other world from
lime, BLayataky. .. ,iv. ,
Preeident Diaz has amxiinted JoseDh
Ives Limantour Minister Plenipotentiary
to arrange a -commercial reciprocity
treaty with the tinted States.
It is now the intention of Enrxsiean
engineers to stare the waters of the: Nile
to sueb an extent as to enable a -greater
extension of the cotton and sugar-cane
craps in that region. ' j
' Admiral Elliott expresses the opinion
since the recent British maneuvers that
" numerical superiority in torpedo-gun
vessels is of 'equal, if not greater, im
portance than in battle ships..
Tlie Journal of the Chamber of Com
intra at Paris' States that the Belgian
government will declare. Antwerp and
other Belgian port free' ports, aiming to
make Belgium tbeiwarehouHe of Europe.
The Minister of Education in con
junction with the Minister of tlie Inte
rior has iwtifd a circular nrnhihitiiiv
Jewish cbh'Iren whose parent live in
Kansas Farmers Paying
PATRIOTIC SONS OFVETERJMIS
Uave Refused to Exjwififft. the Ward
i - - -'"'?; : J-"- m.
"White in IhBir Uiitsti.
f i "ci5 hsaQ fcioil fStOv46i
1 1 V w a '
neo IB atultoertwianTrfm'enl
house vrhich, will ij tain 7D" rooms.
wh)ctnwii(oamn fl)7 rooms, 'i
The Texas Trunk railroad has beeh
turned over to tbe Southern Pacific .
The Wilmington -(Del ) $260,000 post
office will probably be built of rot gran
ite. " .-' ' -1
Baltimore is to have a tin-plate factory
in eperatioot in. .tlie- oourae iof three
oaths.: . ( . ..: . i ta
: fSpreckels says be is paddliag his own
canoe, and has not .nor will, bt join the
Bugar trust, ,, . -,. H .
The officials oi toe Auburn (N. Y.,
prison pave set the convicts at work
making pearl buttons. '
The sanitary inspectors in Brooklyn
say that leprosy doer ot exist among
tbe Chinese residents there. . -
An effort to combine the varices oom
menial orgaiuaauona ai ithe Kansas
Farmers' Alliance has failed,..,, , ,
Eight hundred thousand acres of land
in Eastern Oklahoma recently ceded by
Indians will soon be Open to settlement.
The relief fund for the families of
those who perished in' the Park place
disaster at N ew York has reached 6U0.
It is said that there are more salmon
in the Merrimac river now than there
has been at any time during the last
lorry years.! ,, ,
During the months of May, June and
Jelly of this year $1,460,000 Kansas farm
mortgages have bees paid off. This is a
very good sign.. ,j , ,:. ,., .,.!. ..
The aanual report, oi the Si. Paul road
shows that after paying a 7 per cent div
idend on preferred stock, there is a sur
plus of $090,168. "' 1
' Petroiedni, which 'artuany1 Bows up
unaided through tbe racks, has been dis
covered at Crow's Kest in the Canadian
Kocky Mountains. , !: s
A Bpeoial from Washington jtq tbe Sew
York Earning Pwif says it' is believed
that ex-tiovernor Cheney witl be Secre
tary Proctor's sucewsoT. V . A
During tbe past few weeks' therports
of wheat have averaged. i.OOtf,0M0 bush
els weekly, an increase oi nearly three
quarters over this time last year,
In the 8,000,000 letters that reached
the dead-letter office last year there was
money amounting to $28,612 and checks'
and notes of Jthevalue of $1,471,871. -
Andrew Senscal, Superintendent of the
Canadian Itohilnioa prrtatrhg 'bureau, '
baa been dismissed.;, lie wat implicated
in the Bcandal sluch is ..being investi
gated. ' ' ' ' ;
Work on the government jetties for
the deepening of Galveston harbor un
der the $6,2uo,000 appropriation by the
last Congress it now beginning apparent
ly, in earnest.. ... ', , . . . , j
Two-thirds of tlie applicants for ad-,
mission to West Point and Annapolis
according to Dr. Cheeseman of Chieago,
are rejected because of the ciearette habit
and its results. ' " '
The emigration from - Cermauy to'
America during the first five months of
the present' year amounted to 56,567, or
nearly 10,000 more than the largest total
during any live mouths of jibe last five
years., . ,. . . ., ,(; ; ,,, ,;: ... .
The bureau of American Republics is
informed that the Brazilian Minister
of Finance has ordered tbe collection
of all impart duties in gold and baa for
bidden the saleef gold at the customhouses.-!
"::i:.1t:: i.--. '- 'I ' ',:, I ,.
It is a great pleasure to learn that
there are to be no expensive side shows
at the World's Fair. The directory has
decided that tbe entrance fee shall en
title the visitor to see everything within
William E. Bear, the English statisti
cian, writes to Uradttreel'i that later in
formation leads him to mark up the
European deficiency of wheat from 2H1,
000,000 bushels (his first figures) to 320,
000,000 bushels. '
The Patriotic Sons of Veterans in ses
sion at Philadelphia refused to expunge
the word " white " in their constitution
where it refers to those entitled to mem
bership. Lebanon, Pa., has been chosen
as the next place of meeting.
Ex-Assistant Cashier Lawrence of tlie
defunct Keystone Bank at Philadelphia
has made a canfession of the manner in
which the books of tbe concern were
doctored. It shows a system of duplic
ity and thievery almost unparalleled.
James E. Lyon has brought suit sgainst
Senator William M. Stewart of Nevada
for $1,000,000 damages. The suit grows
out of complications over mining deals,
among tlie properties concerned being
tbe Emma mine of Utah. The Senator
charges Lyon with blackmail,
A business building 650 fuet high is
proposed for Broadw&v, Kew York. The
Eiffel tower and Washington monument
only will top it. .It is to be constructed
of steel, with twenty-six stories, more
than 1,000 offices, and to have a summer
roof gardes 300 feet in the air, with ex-i
press elevators to the tenth floor and a
change of cars at the twentieth iox the
tower. This beats the world; - '
A Chines Comnraili.r Appointee Varies
States Denntr Marshal fur Amnr.
Miss Mary Anderson will shortly pub
lish her memoirs.
Ex-Senator Ingalls is said to receive
$500 for each of his lectures.
Zola writes a novel everv ninemonthB.
Miss Braddon has published fifty since
The Gdisnn ot France ie named Ader.
He thinks that he has solved the .-proh-i
Mem of aerial aavbjgation, ;;
f' Senator Harris et Tennessee Is said to
fas first elected ia 18-11) at thenKftiot A
Jules Tenie hs snn, M irhelbox is
Weveioping a talent for writing stories
verv mui-h in his father's highly imagi
Senator Test has been wearing this
-Uunmers plain suit of homespun hemp
inicu, Kinw iniii i rum oeuator DiacK-
hurn pi Jventuckv.
lJolorSnnlan's history of the old
Suita it trailisto bs puHWiedlii 1802,
and is to he a-graph re tale of the pioneer
times in the great desert.
Mam-ire Bernhardt, tlie athletic son "of
the "divine" Sarah, and his bride are
in New York. They will spend theirl
MVliCYIUWU 111 U1IB cuHNiry. ,
A portrait of Queen Victoria presented
by ber Majesty to Mrs. Phelps is the
chief feature in the drawing room of ex
Minister Phelps' house in Burlington.
Chief-Justice Lucas of the Virginia
Supreme Court is but four feet high, but
he is so dignified that no facetioua law
yer has.ever dared to dub him a brief.
It has been settled that Grand Iluke
George Alexandrovitch of Russia, whose
neaitn is still very precarious, shall re
turn to Algeria at the end of autuma.
The chair oecunied bv Garibaldi in Jh.
itauan legislative chamber is bung witl
a laurel wreath. Since tlie patriot's
death no one has been allowed to use it.
The wife of Lieutenant H. K Boron of
the United States Legation in Paris ia
one of the very few ladies who can claim
hi .m vc i c me wutuii oi mount niancr
i j.'.i . ,
Terence V. Powderlv. General Maahv
Workman oi tbe Knie'ht oi Labor, baa
accepted the Republican nomination as
delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitu
tional Convention. - z , , - .
Sir Charles Dilke is a broad-shooli-,
cur vuaries uuse is a oroaa.stioos-jljvi
eves and full grixtled beard. His man.
ner is serious and dignified and direct
almost to abruptness.
"Miss Frances Witlard anabnhces that
she has already received $2,000 for (the.
y received $2,000 for (the. kussiaii Jew.. .
fond. Tlie money is to be'7J-;n..VSrtac1J A
s departments of women's u7 ne ouUerHoV RWii'tfTr. t
worm a uinorj r
used in various
work at the Columbian Exnnaitinn. I
General Joe SbelW is a thoronehlv! re-
eonsti'ttcted ex-Confederate." No soldier
fought more bravely than he. He knows
he was wrong.-fnd does not believe in
keeping up the memories of the wari
General Miles has put himself to un
necessary trouble in den vim that he k-aa
cruel to Jefferson Davis when be had'
that gentleman shut up in Fortress Mon
roe. The (ieneral is not built on f.ht
petty tyrant plan. - (
The choice of Charles Eliot Norton as
the literary executor of Mr. Lowell is s
singularly happy one. Tlie duties witl
be performed by one wbo has all the re
quisites of au accomplished icritic- and
conscientious editor. !
' A recent visitor to the former home aQ
John Howard Payne . that it is
with big roof, and is all of gray shingles,
with a garden in which grow hoUvhocks.
There is an old well, too, and the house
stands wiin tne end toward the road.
S. A, Douglas. Prosecntinir Attorbev
for the city of Chicago apd son q( $he
tamous liemocrat ot that name, never
viBits Springfield. HI., without iniinn to
the tomb of his father's old political fop-
poneut ana menu, Aorauaia i.incoln. f.
Gong has been appointed Untied States
Deputy Marshal for Amor. Tlie Marshal
is Dr. Edward Bedloe, said to be a de
scendant of the family after whom Bed
Ice's Island was named ia New York
harbor. , .';:
A MM1CM uluiniMHir lmiUHIl 111 in
a ri.;. ... i j -
CRIME AND CRIMINALS,
Tramps Tortnr and atjirdar a Mat and
HI. Wife In Michigan. ,,
Thomas McCreevy. a Montreal official
who fled to this country to escape arrest
for "boodling." has been located at
Portland, Me. . , . c
Thomas J. Rilev. asflistant nnst.miiKti
at Marysville, Cal., convicted of embed
ding $824, was sentenced to one year's
imprisonment in the State prison and
fined $824. .
Chris McNamara, a gambler, shot and
killed Beese iowler, proprietor of a
gambling house at Chattanooga, Tenn.,
during a quarrel over a woman. Tbe
murderer escaped. , , .,
A double murder was discovered' in.
Bloomheld.Conn.. where tbe bodies of a
German and bis wife were found in a
well, It is supposed they were killed bv
Italian laborers employed in the vicin
ity. . ..
Two negro prisoners convicted of at
tempting to overpower the jail guard at
iiaieign, j. u., were sentenced to, be
whipped, and with their consent a
charge of 25 cents to witness the execu
tion of the sentence was exacted, the
victims receiving me ueueut oi tue gate
A dispatch from Monroe, Mich., says
that at alarm house nesi there John
"Williamson and wife were tortured and
murdered by tramps, wbo tried to get
the money which they supposed the
couple owned. Some of tlie. fanners
gave warning, and the neighbors organ
ised and went to the rescue, but found
the couple dead yben they reached the
house. Tlie tramps were sighted Hear
Maylie Btation, and both were shutdown
by the infuriated citixeus. -
Germans Will Explore
i&tioH;f :ften,yy Gun Smashes
'i . - iA,:Sn.
the ifiHTr-rn- Passing-
eavaria s mad Kingla grewlng' worse.
..Ilwjwiilliailiiajit BiMsis is saiisnated
' 'Police statistics
are aaid to show that
there are 130,000 paupers in Naples?
'French newspapers are., inclined to
poke fun at London's proposed Kiffel
.. . .. .. i ."..ilia
Wales is Baajo bayjiriade converts of
They are taTHhg of Introducing" the
Aueriaa -"eliey jar n yiinburgh's
rSeJrjal rtffiraUro, flidceJeTIated
RepuWicanleauer ad poet df Portugal,
There are '(B.Oofi.OOO farmers in France,
the total -population iol tlie oomtry be
ing 38,000,000. -
A, bill ,4s to ibe in4oduee4 into Parlia
ment to limit the beraonal cariratnnNi nf
P i.rjsAily tjjpisinijf sf A
a oispaicu irom .ami oar savs the Sul
tan has'-dwlaredWe 'dominions within
the aone of tbe ilrusssls spirit act.
5Cwo Wiousantt Frenehmen claim r
Prof. Jvoch Usrilleigiieritnenting with
his lymph regardless of the sneersof the
French medical men, who are "hot in
it." n-Jir (ts a .
It is again denied that the King of
J r, . Fij-'"i '
American ladies in waiting npon his
royal v,le;:.... ,YKiUt
Advices from Bnenos Avm an In tl..
effect that the Argentine fcepublic is op
posed to tile wboieaale'thriuigration of
manufactures ars jewated, there will he a
wholesale dismissal of workmen from
KusBian iumm."' ,Tiiai;
.ITbft formation of an Irish cluii bu
bees) begua Lowdeav (lie iri A popula
tion there about-.3U0,U00 having no
A Ueruian eipStiition has Wn nrran-
,bwdtoexplore.tbe African tola.ijwe
" win-oe-eounoea -arm ttsiuknlts
itaiys arnrit tor the last HgTyear
was $18,0(H),tKI0.'.and -in snlte ot affthe
talk, as to eininliic reJorms the standing
anny is beitig Increased. ' ' ,
Ihe rrench Foreign Minister Eilmt
has advised Servis to sdnDt a naciar at.
titude aad'iefrsiii ftptaorleuBive deuion-
ntMilr.., ...nl... U..I 1-
iicpardoii oi Mcs.lavbrick, who
lined In 'at Englivri pt-ison fer the
mttrdyr pi ; her husband' by poison. 0
By order oi the Geriusn Emjieror the
Prussian Minister of the fnfrinr lu
sued s decree 1orh1dd1ngtlre uss of bap-
utiiuu uauuia.uL.aiiucai character.
Sally, MstBou6'liimpanee in the
London iMltijrtdal gartlefrB, ia dead. She
was tb.uisfl-popujar fkure-iri tlie jrar
densslnce BartMBa took . Juaibr to
Aiaerica. .i,' , ., , , .... .
The detonation of a new IwRwmlilipr
gu atfegolrtniifrecetrl ry smAshed all the
wiuuows ui a railway train that was
passing the irtillerv ranse at the time.
The grand prix de Paris will in future
hwprh overt jyo,000, as the Jnch
tuditr l' 'IeB sis OW.OOt)
francs to it. while 50,000 francs more are
contributed by tlie principal railway
companies, tJJ(, j
The Paris waiters, Vbo have formed a
trade uniou.a now diecnssiugiaif ul
timatum vrilh'tliJ Restaurant kiBrB.
Tbex noUmly iriaia upon their right to
west' fceafds inVT ne' nuifurms, tut also
to smoke when not actually serving.
A Russian press censor permitted the
following item , to appear in aMtco
paper: "It is -out opinion that Russia
needs new railroads, and she will have
tjiem.' For tbls Hie oansor . a sus
pended for three months and the editor
fined $Mf. 't in . o .-.v.
The barmaids al Berlin hsve started
an organ, the HurzhUm. It offers oppor
tunities for literaryweVk snd for the dis
closure of cases of ill treat men "The
subscribers form I material aid society
to ielp needy umiuU-rs, to secure, places
and to appeal. to (hevourts if.oMi.ry.
In November next there wiJl ibe iield
at the Crystal Palace in jhivn an in
teraational eipsBitfod ' of electricity,
which will last several months. It was
projected iu eojisequenceof the success
ful one held at S'ienna, and will be sub
ject tobe same conditions.,, i
. .the HMifaetrlMo.il ptiblinlies an or
der to the effect that the prohibition of
the importation of swine, pork and sau
sages opVtuerican origin shall no Irser
be enforced when such live hogs or 'hog
products are foraihed,'Wiih official cer
tificates stating that they have been ex
amined in acirdance with American
regulations, sad found free from qislitiea
dangerous to 'lienlth. ' The Clmi,cellor
has Bent instrucluuu in. Uie pror olli
cinls that an order be given immediately
to that effect - ' '
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