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No Hope for the K londl k«* Sufferers Un
til Congi’OM Meet«.
France Will Put High Duties on Certain
A Fearful Storm ICaaltiK "S' th« Eng.
London, Dee. 1.—The gale which
New York, Dec. 1.—The authorities
Washington, Dec. 2.—The cabinet
swept the English coast yesterday, do
today considered the subject of sending
in Washington, according to the corre
ing great damage at many places, raged
M c M innville
relief to the people of the Klondike.
spondent of the Herald, have been in
ace at Havana.
all night. In many places it was
The president received a telegram from
formed that France, while ostensibly
almost cyclonic in its violence, and the
the Portland (Oregon) Chamber of
engaged in negotiations with this gov
: long list of disasters includes a large
Commerce, stating that there was dan
ernment for a reciprocity treaty, is tak
DONT. loss of life, many wrecks of large ves
ger of destitution ami suffering in the MAGEE PARTY ARRIVES SAEELY ing steps to place a prohibitory tariff NO SERIOUS DAMAGE WAS
sels ami the loss of ecores, if not hun
Klondike, ami offering to supply the
u | m > u some American products.
of smaller craft, with serious
necessary food for rel ef if the govern
state department has been notified that
Aaler««tlntr Collection of Current Event» ment would undertake its transporta With the Latest News From the Inter« a bill is pending in the legislative as Unsuccessful Attempt. Made to It«.cue damage to property *asliore at many mi
In Condensed Form From
General Rivera and to Capture
ior—Their Hard Journey Over
tion. The information was not definite
sembly of France imposing a high duty
At Norfolk, Bacton and Happisburg
as to actual conditions, but was on the
the Dalton Trail.
upon certain products, which will prac
five vessels, as yet unidentifieii, went
A terrible railroad aciddent has OC-
Port Townsend, Nov. 30.—Twenty- ket, so far as the United States is con 1 New York, Nov. 29.—On Sunday down and the crews of all perished.
enrred in Warsaw. While a passenger graphed from the Northwest.
five men arrived here today on the City cerned. Ambassador Porter probably morning, for the first time in the his A number of bodies have been washed
train was stationär}* at the terminus,
tory of the Cuban war, rebel bullets ashore near Yarmouth.
of Seattle, direct from Dawson City.
a heavy freight train ran into it, owing of the situation, it was decided that They were divided into two parties, will be requested to make an earnest sought the palace in Havana, says a Rugby was wrecked off Hemsby. The
to the error of a pointsman. Eleven
dispatch to the Herald from Havana. ¡coastguard made desperate efforts to
the last of which left Dawson October
This bill may cause the authorties
persons were killed and 22 others were meets, when an appropriation will be 16. The party consisted of Thomas
The shots came from Casa Blanca, 6o0 save the crew, and succeeded in getting
yards across the entrance to the harbor, a line on board.
Magee, sr., Thomas Magee, jr., of San reciprocity agreement.
A dying woman was
food and supplies.
and while no one was hurt, the palace, "rocketed” in safety, and then the brig
The receipts of the customs so far
Although many plans have been dis
ment has received no reply to its propo
this fiscal year undoubtedly will fall cussed none have b< en decided upon, Joe Boyle, William Huskins, E. Eckert, sition that in exchange for a lower tariff with its electric lights, was a shining capsized, all the rest of the ship’s com
The pany perishing.
eonsiderably short of estimates made it is positive, however, tiiat whatever JI. Robertson, 11. Raymond, Bert Nel on French wines the French govern mark, and must have been hit.
by the managers of the new tariff bill action is taken will be under the direc son, John W. Brauer, W. H. Cham ment shall remove the prohibition Spanish authorities attempt to make
A large steam collier dashed upon
during its pendency in congress. At tion of the war department, and by the bers, E. W. Pond. E. Ash, J. Gillis, against the importation of American light of the affair, but at the same time Flamborough head, the famous prom
that time it was estimated that the time congiess nets Secretary Alger will Thomas Wilson, P. McGraw, Jack Dal cattle. Unless this concession be grant a reporter for La Lucha who wrote up ontory on th« North sea coast, floated
■ ustomH would yield about <180,000,- have formulated plans b>*<> attempt ton, William Leak, Arthur Celine, ed, the measure referred to may be de and attetmpteil to publish the facts in off, and then foundered, with all on
900 during the first year. The indica will be made to go to the Y ukoii , as Joseph Fairburn, J. Smith, T. Warren, feated and the reciprocity negotiaitons the case, was put in prison.
The attack on Casa Blanca was made
tions are now said to be that the re the ice has closed progress in that di Jim Ferguson, ami two others, whose
A steamer not identified was wrecked
come to naught. Should this happen,
ceipts from this source will not aggre rection. The relief supplies will have names could not be learned tonight. the French government may retaliate by Brigadier-General Cardenas and 50 ou the Birdlougton sands, with her
rebels. They entere«! the town shortly entire company.
gate more than <165,000,000.
to be sent over the passes. Just how They came out over the Dalton trail. by imposing the maximum tariff under
A plate of armor, representing a lot they shall be transported is a question They are reported to have between them its laws upon American products which before midnight on horseback, and at
Last evening the steamer Rose of
the end of an hour each man led out of Devon went on the rocks near Red
of 500 tons for the turrets of the battle requiring earnest consideration, and <50,000 in drafts and gold dust.
now enter under the minimum tariff.
All tell stories of a food shortage in As these products are few, however, town a horse with one extra bead ap Ruth, Cornwall, where she pounded all
ships Kearsarge and Kentucky, was one that will require the study of many
tested at the Indian Head proving plans in order that an entirely feasible Dawson that is almost a famine. The the authorities are not greatly dis propriated, laden with clothing, pro night long, her crew of 12 perishing.
visions, silver plate and money. Before This morning the bodies of the captain
For testing pur one may be evolved, Secretary Alger last person to leave Dawson was Jack turbed oyer the outlook.
they left they Hent two volleys across ami seamen, all wearing lifebelts, were
poses, two eight-inch shells, one a Car will gather all possible information, Dalton. When Dalton left the steam
Dr. Van Hollenben, the new Ger
penter projectile and the other a and will communicate with persons ers Alice ami Bella bad reached there, man ambassador to the United States, the narrow harbor entrance at the pal washed ashore.
Wheel«« sterling, were fired at the who know the route to the Klondike loaded light. It is said that the Bella’s will be formally présente«! to the pres ace, then cooly went to a friend’s house
The British ship Larnlca, Captain
inside the Spanish lines and took sup Burgess, was driven ashore near Fleet
plate, one at a high and the other at a and are familiar with transportation cargo consisted of whisky and billiard ident tomorrow.
He is expected to per.
All this was under the guns of
low velocity. Neither penetrated nor methods in the Arctic and other frozen balls. She brought no provisions.
wood, at the entrance of Moretown bay,
make representations in regard to the
Cabanas and Moro.
The Canadian mounted police char tariff
cracked the plate, but both partially regions. Reindeer and dogs possibly
about 18 miles northwest of PreBton.
The state department is in
tered the Bella and gave all who wished formed tiiat Baron von Hollenben’s in
welded themselves into it.
may be used.
The crew were saved, but the position
Word comes of a wreck on the Santa
The members of the cabinet were all free passage to Fort Yukon. The Bella structions contain propositions desig
of the vessel is dangerous. She left St.
Fee near Williams, Ariz., in which intensely interested in the matter of is reported to have left about October nated to lead to a reciprocity arrange lease General Ruiz Rivera, and hang a Johns, N. B-, November 1, for Fleet
citizen named Fumiro who. is known as
three men lost their lives and much securing relief. Whether the n.en who 12, with 200 men.
ment. It is believed the United States
According to the statements made will require in return for any conces a spy. They failed in the first object
property was destioyed. are supposed to be suffering went there
Phenomenally high tides are reported
After the first section of freight train or not against repeated warnings of all by members of the Dalton party, there sion the removal or abatement at least only because of some misconception of in many localities. The district near
No. 33 had pulled out of Williams the officials is not the question, the simple is liable to be trouble of the most seri of restrictions now imposed upon the the appointed time on the part of con the mouth of the Thames has suffered
■ ir that controls the brakes gave out fact being that they are there and need ous kind this winter in Dawson. Billy importation into Germany of American federates within the prison with whom severely, several townships being partly
arrangements had been made to admit
and the train dashed down the steep relief, making it imperative upon the Leak told one of the men in the party cattle and beef.
The Sherness dockyard
them into the fortress. Fumiro man
grade with rapidly increasing velocity. government to extend aid if possible.
The German government, of course, aged to escape across the harbor.
and the Woolwich arsenal were inun
The hanti brakes were unavailing to
No estimate has been made as to the
will direct its efforts in the direction
The whole affair was well planned. dated.
check the speed, and when a point cost of the expedition and none can bo food famine. Men were gathered in of securing the repeal of the bounty
Scarcely a vestige remains in sight of
Cardenas came in the early
«bout 10 miles «vest was reached the prepared now. Congress will be asked groups, and cursing might and main section of the tariff law, which clearly
Nelson’sokl flagship, the Foudroy-
evening with two columns along the
train left the track. Two engines were to appropriate a sufficient amount, and the newcomers that were constantly en affects Germany’s sugar
interests. seashore, and at 10 o’clock the men ant, long fast in the sands of Blackpool.
coupled to the train, which was a very the war department will expend it in
Many representations on this subject followed. They first visited Cal anas, There is a lot of wreckage near the
Engineers Newton and the most economical way. The task of provisions.
have been made already by the Ger Whey they Haw that
the arrangement Goodwin sands.
The mounter! police were offering man authorities. It is not likely, how*-
Watsons and Fireman Berry were pin getting supplies to the Klondike in
Immense damage has been done to
went after Fu-
ned under their respective engines and midwinter is not underestimated, and
ever, that the president will recom miro. He fled across the harbor and government property at Sherness dock
lost their lives, it is said, by being doubts aro entertained as to it being
mend any restriction of the tariff law,
yard and the Woolwich arsenal.
less hundreds who had labored hard all and apparently the only way in which the rebels did not dare to follow. Then eral thousand troops were hurriedly
burned to death.
The expedition cannot reach the through the summer accumulating a the German government can secure an
The celebration in honor of Oregon’s
the priest’s house, where they took ordered out today to remove thousands
martyred missionary, D-. Marcus Whit Klondike before February at least, and grubstake, the prospect was uninviting advantage for her industries would be blankets, silver plate and money.
of pounds’ worth of ammunition and
to enter into a reciprocity agreement.
man, was begun in Walla Walla, Wash., the president hopes there is a sufficient
stores from the wharves and sheds to
Officials are speculating on the atti The priest made a great outcry, but no places of safety. The tide continued to
Monday. Large crowds were in attend supply of provisions to last until relief that it would take all their savings in
gold to pay their living expenses at tude of the agrarian interests of the
ance. The opening address was made arrives.
Boldiers came. Then the rebels sacked rise, and invaded some of the work
Secretary Alger believes Captain Ray Fort Yukon during the winter, and German empire and the German em
by Rev. L. H. Hallock, A monument
the store of Fumiro, securing some shops, quenched the engines and
is to be erected over the grave of Dr. has gone to Dawson, and he will make that in the spring they would not have peror, who favors the agrarian party gold. They also looted other stores. stopped the electric lights. The work
his way back and report upon condi even enough gold left to pay passage upon their proposition to be submitted.
men were oblige«! to go home, wading
money back to Dawson, to say nothing Bo far as they have gone the outlook is Working ns quietly as possible, they knee deep.
Senator Lodge, of the
approached a cavalry outpost, securing
of purchasing enough food to subsist not favorable.
Six vessels were wrecked between
foreign relations, was at
until they could get started again. To
Yarmouth and Bacton, only a few
partment early in the week. He would
MASSACRE OF INNOCENTS.
these poor fellows the offer of the
say nothing about the Cuban situation
selves, then rode to the harbor and fired miles apart, on the Norfolk coast, ami
mounted police was no better than the
except that the committee had accom Dauntless Made Another Trip With prospect at Dawson of being compelled Frightful Mortality Among the Cuban two volleys at the palace. This aroused 25 lives were lost.
Arms for the Culmns.
The brig Vedra stranded at Bacton.
plished a great deal. The first business
Con centrad os.
the Spaniards for the first time, but by
to winter on half rations until the sup
New York, Dec. 2.—The steamer ply boats could reach the diggings in
would be to confirm the annexation of
New York, Dec. 1.—A dispatch to the time troops turned out the rebels The storm tore out her masts, ami when
Hawaii, which would he done by rati Dauntless has again eluded the officials the spring.
the World from Havana says: The ha<l gone. The authorities made every the rocket line was fired, the crew was
unable to haul it in. Finally the line
fying the treaty, or by legislation.
of the government and is off for Cuba
John W. Brauer, the United State» World’s first figures of Cuba’s starva effort to suppress the details of this dragged them into the surf, and three
Asphyxiation caused the death of with a cargo of arms and ammunition, mail-carrier, who left Dawson Septem tion were timidly moderate.
They r^id, though an official report admitteii I
out of seven were drowned.
three men in the Grand Trunk railway says the Jacksonville correspondent of ber 27, sahl:
showed the deaths of only 200,000 per that six rebels entered the town.
Rochester and Strood, on the Midway,
The rebels approached and fired upon
tunnel at Fort Huron, Mich. The the Herald.
"There is only one salvation for the sons; but every painful fact uneariheil
out 30 miles south of London, have
The Dauntless left this port Novem
train which was being hauled through
| miners who are now at Dawson City,
At Rochester the
to the Canadian side, broke in two. ber 19 for Savannah, Ga., with the ami that is for them to undertake the number. When the grim returns are excitement. The volunteers were called suffered severely.
gas works are flooded and the town is
The engine backed down to get the de
awful winter trip from Dawson to Fort all in it is now almost certain that this out, and with the troops returned the in darkness; the gale is now traveling
tached portion of the train, but far schooner was supposed to be without i Yukon, a distance of 400 miles. There Cuban massacre of the innocents will rebel fire. The residents were panic-
hours nothing was heard of the crew. cargo, and when the famous filibuster is food at Fort Yukon; there is none at reach 400,000. And this awful num stricken and locked themselves in their southward and traversing various parts
Finally a searching party found the was held up at the mouth of the St. Dawson, and just as sure as the stars ber does not include those killed in houses. The rebels did not succeed in of the Continent, Very rough weather
dead Itodies, and also rescued two brake- John river ami searched by the cruiser I shine, terrible suffering will be the battle or the thousands and thousands entering the town. The lines have is reported along the north coast of
men, in an unconscious condition. Vesuvius, little attention was paid to fate of the Dawson miner unless lie of women and children who died of ex been strengthened all about Havana.
A dispatch from Liverpool says that
Three members of the searching party the Jennie Thomas.
loaves there before spring.
east states that General Gomez is mass during the gale tile Russian ship
were also overcome, but were rescued found on the Dauntless, and after an make my statement conservative, and swamps.
by another party,
The tunnel gas hour’s delay she was allowed to proceed j say that when I left Dawson the men
It now seems certain that more than ing men near Sagna, and is preparing Nikolai, Captain Karlsen, stranded on
arises from the hard ooal used by the with her tow. That was the fatal mis who were there hail on an average four halt a million people, for the most to march westward to strike a potent I a treacherous bank near Formboy,
south of Southport. After fearful ex
take of the government officials, for if
mouths’ food supply. Some did not part loyal subjects of Spain, have been blow before congress meets. Unusual
Colonel Domville, M. P., who went tlu* schooner had been searched it is have a months’ supply; some had four killed by the Spanish war in Cuba. A activity of the rebels is reported fiom periences her sails were blown away
week’ 's i trip through the provinces of all quarters. The Spaniards are also I and the vessel was so damaged as to be
north in the interest of tho Klotikide- said that a large cargo of munitions or five.
One of the crew, a
Yukon Stewart Company, of London, would have been found.
"The last restaurant closed the night Havana, Matanzas ami Santa Clara has making preparations for action, but as man named Karlston, was swept over
The schooner was towed to the mouth
«ays his company will build a wagon
I left. It had been selling nothing but tended to make moderate this tremen yet each avoids the other. Where and board and drowned.
The captain says
in what manner the blow that is coin
road through White pass, placing steel of the Savannah river and dropped, beefsteak, for which the hungry paid dous extreme figure.
The figures of Spanish official reports ing will fall cannot be predicted, hut it no one on board slept for four days.
bridges over the canyons. Work is to and on Monday the Dauntless was <2.50.
The vessel will probably become a
•ommence immediately, and the road boarded by Captain John O’Brien, bet
“When the people realized that no show but a part of the mortality. They is more surely coming than autonomy. wreck.
General J. M. Rodriguez, command-
is to be ready by February. They will ter known as "Dynamite Johnny,’’ and more boats would be up the river, they only give the number buried in conse
bnild steamers to run from Lake Ben immediately put to sea. Sim is be knew that starvation threatened them, crated ground, ami they do not give in-chief of the western provinces, I DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.
And yet these official is out in a manifesto stating that he
nett to White Horse rapids, around lieved to have effected u landing on and the great stampede began. The tlr.it fully.
which they will have a tramway. Sunday night on the southern coast of first to leave went to Fort Yukon. I ultra-Spanish reports of burial permits will accept nothing hut independence. Blaze on Lake Steamer Extend* to
From the eml of this traw may they will Cuba.
think there were 200 in the party that issued admit that in the province of He contrasts the treatment of Cuban
Docks, With Fearful Results.
Santa Clara there have died and been prisoners with that of Spanish prison
have steamers to run direct to Dawson.
CONSUMPTION IN NEW YORK. left the first day.
Mich., Dec. 1.—Late to-
ers, and says only the Spaniards under
These steamers, he says, will be ready
“One boat came up from Fort Yukon buried since Weyler’s flat, 71,847 per
arms are considered as enemies. He i night a tire broke out on the steamer
when the river opens. The wagon road
with several newspapermen aboard,
The number of people for whose ex promises equal rights to other Span Nahanta, and before it could be con
through White pass is to be followed Startling Report Made by Dr. Bigg«, of among them bi'ing Bam Wall and Mr.
the Board of Health.
trolled it spread to the ore docks, the
Weyler is directly responsilbe iards if independence is gained.
immediately bv a railway.
They brought the news
largest in the world. Two of the docks
One of the bills that will be pushed
that the Hamilton had unloaded all of
are on fire, ami the others i',«j threat
in the coming session of congress is
her cargo and tried to get over the bar
ened with destruction. Two of the crew
that introduced by Representative Sha- statements liefore the board of esti light and failed in her efforts, though over one-half of them. Santa Clara ¡»causing some excitement. The heads
of the steamer, whose names cannot be
frotli, of Colorado, which provides for mates, while that I hm I v was today con she drew hut two feet of water. Thia has so far been bv far the least desti of departments of police were nearly all
learned, are known to be lost, and sev
changing the time when congress shall
news increased the excitement, and
eral others injured. The steamer was
me«‘t. It is a very sensible bill, and
made the rush toward food centers all
Between it ami the 53 per cent adtnit- were taken. Secretary-General Con- lying at the dock loading ore. Shortly
ought to be passed. The first session prove a grant of <(>0,000 for the care of the greater
gosto’s knowledge and experience before midnight, the crew discovered
of congress after an election would bo tuberculosis in a special hospital. Dr.
"September 14. with Bert Nelson, of t«*>l dead in Pinar del Rio are the prov
gained in America are of valuable as that the vessel was on fire. The crew
in the January following the election
Seattle, I left Circle City, and started
Special re made every effort to quench the flames,
in Noveinlier. This session could last in support of the appropriation, de to pole up the river to Dawson City, a 60 and 70 (>er «ent mortality respect sistance in this direction.
Tiles«* percentages are estab- ports from the Herald correspondents but a brisk wind was blowing and
as long as would be necessary. The clared that one out of seven persons distance of 300 miles. At the time we ively.
spread the fire with great rapidity.
congress elected in November coulti who die in this city are victims of started from Circle City, the miners lished by the actual figures of some 30 in various parts of the island state that
From the steamer the tire spread to
legislate before another election was on
had about all left. It took ua 11 day»
In Dock No. 4, which was partly loaded
hand. The secon«i session could meet further stated that among the working ami three hours to make the journey, ser populations of their respective the pacificos and concentradoe.
with ore and lumber. The lumber was
in December previous to the coming classes the percentage of deaths due to arriving at Dawson September 26. provinces, th«* total deaths since Wey- many places the troops have been forced
soon a mass of flames, and from this it
congressional election, and the congress
< 'aptain Hanson, with two Indians,
door. General Blanco is making every spread to the next dock. The fire is
would expire before the election took board of estimates approved the <(’>0,000 who had left Fort Yukon, beat us into mill ion..
effort to relieve their condition, and to still burning fiercely. The loss will be
place. As the matter now stands the
Flight of the Fast Mall.
Dawson by alxmt an hour and a half.
reform the hospital service.
first session of congress is given over to board, said:
Omaha. Neb., Dee. 1.—The Union
"Hanson gather«*«! the Dawson City
politics by representatives who wish to
United State« Warn* Germany.
miners together and made a short Pacific has iua«le a record for fast run
Vienna. Nov. 29.—The unparalleled
be re-elected. The short session is in the work of combating tuberculosis. speech, in w hich he advise«! all who ning.
A mail train has been shot violence in the lower house of the
Berlin, Nov. 30.—The state depart
often a discredit'd ami defeated con
did not have provisions to last them across the country from Cheyenne to reichsrath yesterday is about the only ment at Washington has requested Am
gress and oftentimes enacts very liad be available for expenditure in behalf all winter to either get out of tjie Council Bluffs, 519 miles, in 599
bassador White to ascertain the inten
legislation becanse it will not be called of the individuals who are affected country to civilization or try and reach minutes. This is the actual elapsed subject of conversation throughout Au tions of Germany with respect to the
to account before the people. Po«,
Engines party has published a note expressing cliams of Herr Luder, whose recent
)x>ints in the Yukon country where it time, aud includes all stops.
sibly, Mr. Shafroth’s bill will get a
were changed twice ami one engin«?er regret at the outbreak, and disclaiming imprisonment in Hayti caused friction
was known that food couki lie found.
In St. Petersburg no outdoor musical
bearing, though such reforms as thia
All the regular stops any responsibility for it.
"That night was the greatest one in was relieved.
between the German and Haytian gov
performances are permitted.
move very slowly.
the history of Dawson City.
The were made, ami on«* extra, for an air-
EmjH*ror William cqiened the session
Ruaxla'a Geld Coinage.
miners, as soon as they had hear«! the nrak«* hose burst and had to be repaired
Made a Clean Sweep.
NicarHfua Canal Commission.
of the German reichstag in |>ersoii for
St. Petersburg, Dec, 3.—An imperial news, made hasty preparations to get at the expense of over five minutes of
Chicago, Nov. 29.—The three re-
New York, Dec. 1.—C. S. Wheeler,
the first time since 1894. The cere ukase issued today orders the coinage out, and nightfall saw goldseekers and time.
maining buildings spared by fire.which who was assistant engineer of the Sault
mony took place in White hall, in the and issue of five-rouble gold pieces, men who can tixlay sell out for thou
A bnrne,1*-out bridge near Medicine devastate«! the little town of Willow
Ste. Marie canal, has accepte«! the po
His majesty read the equal in value to one-third of the im sands, leaving by the hundreds for Bow.Wyo., delaye«l the mail five hours Springs two months ago, were totally
sition of chief engineer of the Nicaragua
speech from the throne.
ami forty minutes, and the train destroyed by fire last night, while the canal Commission. The expedition will
perial. which weighs 13.9.9 grammes, down the river and up the river."
Th« steamer San Bias has arrived in 900 tine.
reached Cheyenne five honrs late. It members of the fire department were at
sail Sunday next, it is raid.
Han Francisco from Panama and way
Montevideo, Nov. 30.—A monster was necessary to reach Council Bluffs a dance. The comparative ia-lation of
Indian* Town Burnrd.
Will Emigrate to Mexico.
ports. She brings the news that the
meeting of native Uruguayans and for
the buildings prevente«! the blaze from
Muncie, Ind., De«'. 1.—At midnight eigners was held in favor of the can ernment.
Salvador coffee crop for this season
City, Dec. 1.—A special from
•preading, anti what now remains of
will be oue-third larger than ever be fire broke out in the heart of the town didacy of Senor Cuestas for the presi
Muskogee, I. T., says: The Choctaws
The new Chinese mint at Canton
fore, ami will do much towani making of Fairland, 20 miles east of this city, dency. His opponents interfered, and
mate«i at <20,000. It is spread around and Creeks, who have been in council,
ep the loss «xvasioned by the revulu and the entire business part was de a great tumult ensued, in which saveral coined more than 14,000,000 ten-cent among a number of small retailers.
have determined to organize a colony
The loss cannot be obtained.
pieces last year.
and emigrate to Mexico.
were killed and many injured.
W. U. KÀKN1IAKT. Publisher