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SOI K ITS
Aneuun,«turni M«d< m Nrw York- Amounl
■vnw V-trk, Isti 15, — Antiouncemeut
to our many Rt abijo
Lvmp-ehenalve Review ul the Important flap
penln<> of the P*»l Week In a
Th« Brltlrh i"«l with wvrre !>«•«•
•I Muria) «t>urg
be ae'lt lo
lili, hau«r al -iut e.
Twu h«u-l'«--l mill baud» al F luieuc».
Culo . Iiava »truck.
Fred T Dubol» wa» «lr« t««l U**lt«-I
Stai»» •stiaUir troi"«l-lalH>
The «ri.t-’iH liig »1 A herd. Ih« • ut
b«**’«r. ha* tw«u i«»«tp->i'«<l.
Cuk-iubian rebels wrro -lo lea ted by
th* g-oerii" eul it*«ip« jeat Panama
The i tealdent ha* ap|«>lbte<l \ «da
Moor« p)*l'"»«t«r al lro**al«le. • 'reg >u
Fio<l Al«xan<l«r, lb« Negro mur-ie-or,
A »awiulll bit Asturla. wlth-a risili
capaetty of 2'H*,"O" loot, baa beoti
Ouauctsl lu New York
Tbe O. it. A N t'o. a wharf at
Sal» tu wa» larrlo'l away by lilgli
l«u»s altuul *1.""",
Two carload» of i'otlugu«we labore!«
bound for th» aogar piatitali-at* < f
Hawaii passed thr- a;h ( bi-«go »u
ruuta lur s»u F ranc l«c.>,
nisrks, «-qulvaielit lo about *'.‘0.000,-
II I- , xpi tUnl 'hai siil,*c'Iptlo'is
t "srd |hl« loan wlll Ito recvlvetl li*
liti« citi In e.ut li t.'m «ame maiiner ■■
lo lite c«»r ol tb* Bavsriau lumi offeti-d
It 1« ili* oplulmt “f forrlgn Itankrr*
tbat thè ltiipri|,«| i termali goveruiueut
lisa ilr-Idrtl ti * Itlihi Iti Its ttHll ua-
tlohal loan, «istmi lo lai (or #00.000.-
l'oil inarks, t ' *169,"00.000. uulll ti'«
varlou* *tat»« ..f ih« guverumeul bave
matl* lltvir log ’tlatlnus.
I" qult k su naslol* Ila*« Itawtl offt re I
It alia of Ilio Ir... city of Hamburg, thè
kliigtloii, < | fiatarla, sU'l r*ow thè kl"g
alom ol -at- uy
II la detiultely kuowu
Ila Itaallklllg eira lea that bolli I ta-rmaliy
ami 'itesi Brusii* ha«« tlle Issuauce
ol bt-avy Ioana iu
■ utitemplath n.
Whlc.i wlll la* lite firat sn<x>uuce-l,
ho»»*«*, aauuait In» laarned. It I*
doiibltul II aatlafactaary arrangement»
cali 1« mad» to nuance any -ouatde.a-
Irla p rtl-.li ol
theac I Ioana
miti a liera.
leaat, ih« airauguiiioiita
tlist cali b-’
Iliade, It 1« lepatrteal, are u<>t u» favori-
ble a* Ile •*- mail» wlia-u III« L'IO,"00.-
"< t Brillali «xchequar bau ami thè
lM>,"ov,Uo0 mark* Imperlai t.crmau
treaaury l< ,au wmn organiseal.
< tarmali g verumeul. Il ia uiiil«raGsi«l,
tilt* ligi! tliair Berlltt CatrrespoU'Irnta oli
tba pruapet la of pi*, log a portiull of
tlia c ut«-iii| ate-F loau bere, l.ul ha*
fouutl timi couditlou« war» uol luglily
Ili«',erma" bs*'i c-ul-l la>
placcai in that country aiti Fletter terni«
C'llcStf-* del-«'llvea ralae-l « niulitil-
lilt«''» «on, captured J. I*. Mctiatr«,
th« soppuaed l««il- r ol the band au-l
•rcurwl throe bags of spurious < <>lu
Line Betwren I lurida and ( uba to Be Can.
Itaar Admiral Georg- W Me.villo,
itru.ted lor the t'niled State*.
»"giiioer lu eblof ul the Uultul st.ito*
Nw Y< rk. Jan. 17. —The first under
hsiy vaiti, «at* tliat Eugllab malo
sea lel* pin lie I "lit, according to the
war»blp» aro uot near aa «tabi« a*
luveutlou of l>r Michael I'uplu, into
tbo«o of our own ttull-l,
t-e put down la-tween F lorlda and Culm
Tho Vebesualan government ha* lor I lie Lulled states government, by
•oiusl two «teai'ioia flying th« Itrltl-li the haver ol the patent. the Hell Tele
Th« omopany owulug tl-o ««*««-1« pi ona l ompuiv. laal July l)r. I'upm,
l*a* an American preeblout and several having Mo-ured his (mteiit* here aud
of III» |trluvl|ial
alo kltolders Mir abroad, offrr-.l his disoovery to the
A lust leans.
American telephone -V leirgrsph Com
Th« companv Immediately
Scoli Wilke, win* served ill the pauv.
laiught an option on the invention, ex-
lower hou-o ol coiigreM two ter
tending to January I, 1901. Thon,
bevluiilng vaiti* iHNfl. ai* I who wa«
under Dr. Lupin's direction, tbe coni
Sista'it i- utndler "I furrelicy dui
| m * uv equipped a line from Bedford
l’ie«id--ul Cloveland'a la-l term,
dying at hl* bom» near liarry, i'ik* station, on the Harlem railroad, which
rau partly under water to New Bed-
Coquard, the man who defle-l ths lord, Maas., thence to Albany and on
there the wire tail over
Paris police, ha» coi "in lite-1 aulcide. pi Pittsburg.
Ils was purs'ie-l by the |a*l|ce to lilt land. The wills were placed at inter
huuss when* lie l-arretl tile doors, au-l, vals of ala'Ut two miles, anil were in
frt’i" an "patella window, wa'uelall closed <'ii gla-« insluators on the polea.
I lie teat was «o sattala-tory that alaiut
to keep away or lie would «h-s-t them
Laterali army olflonr with a'tetach- two weeks I -fore the option expired
Bieiit ol tris'pa lor- cd the dial »11-1 tlie com|«mv paid the money end dosed
k'uiiil Ciquard hnnglug lu the gaunt the contrail with Dr. Pupin.
According to th« statementa of pro
with a Bullet hole through lila « huí.
feasor I'uplu. th« American Hell Tele
I Jewel i* no longer a lion with lhe phone A lelegr.ph Company ha« paid
him, instead of the *.'(10,000 as origin
Aaotm-r ocean to-iH'ean rallronl Is ally stated, nearly |5o",ti"" for his
recent invention of a system bv which
Ku»«ii* turned over tl.e Tien Tain ocean telephone is made possible.
Ihis i« in addition to the annual royal
railroad to Germane,
ty of *16,000 a year during the lift* of
Admiral Dewey 1« cont nml to liis the patents.
nume by an attack of the grip.
Proprietary Tax Decision.
T- M Pattersoii wa« noiniitiitad for
senator by Colorado fusionista.
Kansas City. Mo,, Jan. 17.—Judge
Ih» supreme ><>urt deci l«.| tli -I Hone, in tln< United Stai«« district
court I« r<- today, rendered mi im|».rt-
Neely must |IH eilradlcte-l bi Cuba.
ant decision in th« case of the Rot'hes-
Oregon will mud throe tllVNHtUlg IN
ter lliewing Company va. tbe United
carry the pre«ldent lai vole to States. involving the taxing of a pro-
■rletarv medicinal preparili ion. 'I he
Much damage lias liwen done l>v <-oiirt sii«tailit-d tiles complainant's con-
“••a.*.. ... 1 .
•now slid Isndslidea and high waler tention tlait the article was not rub.
lu Oregon and Washington.
ject to taxation, and rendered n decis
Hiere |» H famine in the province ion against th« government fur *8,840,
u' Nhan Hi, China, and It la «aid ft.""",- th« amount paid by til« brewing com-
piinv under protest. The complainant
lasiple are facing *tarvation.
company had sold what they termed
A county superintendent nt Seattle
a “tonic’' put up In la.ttles, on which
■nd a county treasurer at Npokane re-
hud already been paid «lie rofiilar *’.'
u«e to give up tlioir respective ullicee
per barrel. Tim revenue department
at Washington held that it wiih taxa-
Ten per«ons were killed and many ble as a proprietary medicinal article,
were InjiiKsl Ha the result of all ex- while the company contended that it
H'eiun in • hat tact .tv nt Dentou, was a inild la er.
heat Manchester, ICnglaad.
Women Fatally Burned.
I*i" steamer Tillamook,
Ulite-I NHtee mail la,tween
Ban Francisco, Jan. HI. — Mrs. M.
A. Millican, wife of the editor of tlm
*f« k«d on Wood island >«<
New York Medical Journal, wits badly
• total |(lm>
burned in a fire which pnrtlally de
A special from Ashcroft, B.
MVN stroyed the Imus« in Illis eitv ill which
she i«sided, mul no hopes of her recov
ca»e. of Niimllpoi Mre re
ery are entertained. She was rescued
to have broken out among the
from the flames in an unconscious con
l*IH '"••’f'Htion lien' Ques-
*IHI1 **•••• <|uaran dition.
r"oeiv«d from Dawson re-
-lanmirv 7. Three large
''M,B t9itireiy dentroyed But
,’",,,,9ita were caved.
reJd.*••rtonu sooldent that has
«it. * i" conibliiRtion o( luiHvy
lvv a «nd high winds occurred to-
"ays a sia-elnl from (.......over.
To Tut W«*hlngl«n Fir.
Washington, Jan. lì.—11i« navy de
partment has notified St-nafor Foster
and Representative Jones timi it will
be pleased Io receive samples of yellow
Hr lor examination and test and if
found to meet ie<|iiir<mielit», will use
thia lumber ill the construction of ships
(or tlm navy.
Senator* f.lev ted.
From All Parts of the New World w*« msd* in M sii ,lr*et ol tbe »ulli.tr- A
iMlioll bv l i* kingtlciu of Satolli' ol
and the Old.
■ Ito» .1 |*r triti Io*u (or HO,000.000
Minuter* at Pekin Will
COUNTY, OKECON, «JANUAKY 21,
Negro Murderer Burned at.
I Rf 0 ALfKANDfR
Suipnttd Slaysr ol Prarl Furb« Mai Taken
Chained Io a Rail and ( rrmalrd.
Washington, Jan. 1» —No far a* our
state depurtinent < an iliHueuee the new
gotiatioua now about t>> begin at I'ektn
It will seek to clear the way of all
mil" r matters and of |».|nt» U|r>u
which there 1« no disagreement what
ever among tl,e allies, before undertax-
lug the solution of the more difficult
problems Involved in the settlement of
the queetlous of ludemuillea, guaran
tee« ami commercial tr-alier. It is ful
ly expe< ted that the t’hluese r»-ere—il
lative* will offer opposition to almost
every polut. in order to secura more
favorable terms, su< h as an undertak
ing to dismantle, instead of destroy,
the I him-so forts le-twi-err T.iku and
Pekin; some abatement of the reatric-
tions upou the importation of arms,
and a considerable 11 nilatiou upon tbe
•it» ot the legation guard« to ire main
tained in Pekin.
It is said at the state department
that Sir. Rockhill has signed an inten
tion to return to the United State, in
a abort lime. lie ha« nut retired,
Thousand Interesting Events an
ALTHORITIES INCREASE T.MEIR EFFORTS
Br.luh OHribivc Operation* H*vr C<*Md lor
th* Wrtxnt - Martial Law Proclaimed
Thruughont tap* Colony.
Cities and Tow
Thur>t--n Hut mm, j
't-ickmtm of the state. <11
A movement is on fol
looking to the early < M
Paul Jacot, a re-i<i*u‘®
beeo committed to "
sane ash am.
Ixmdon, Jan. 19.—Lord Kobe its,
la-in euworth, Kan . Jan. 17 —F r«d
who was entertained priavtely at a
Alexander, tile murderer of Pearl
John Harley, a p
dinner last evening by United Service
Eorbes and lhe fiel* i aim attempted to
Club, the guests including the Prince City, is dead, aged
< Iluiliiaily a««ault 111«« Eva liotli la«t
of (Vales, the Duke of York, the Duke thi* state in 1963.
Saturday ulglit. *t*'rounded bv a veil
of Cambridge and some 300 officers,
Callender is the name
ing mol>, til* < lotlie* ton*, hl* laoe
hn. tsaued from the'war office a stir office in Idaho county.
witii bis own I lood, w.-s
ring appeal to the country fur a Taylor is postmaster.
drsggrd fri m in* cell iu the court
prompt response to tbe call for 5.000
bou-e. pleading lor Ills life, aud, alter
A branch telephone
yeomanry, whose past service* tn South run from Dewey to Swi
lieiug dragge-l *rouud til« court house
Africa he highly commends to the give* tbe Falla a direct
yard for 15 minute«, was loa-lr-i into
gratituile of the nation.
a wagon with til* captor* and taken to
8. K. Wright * two-
The authorities continue to hold a
the pla-« where Mi«« For be* * body wu*
at Bonner * Ferry, on th
louud. to tw burned to dealh.
ca/ tuatiou, but they teem to recog- the nver, was entirely
"Burt* him: hang bun: no, bun*
China Want» Eatifr Tcrmt.
.O«t vigorous measure* are nece* fire.
him," re-ecb.ied through the air, and
IV —‘Although the ■k y. The proclamation of marital
Tbe aggr<vgate valuat
*ach moment lhe uncontrolled passion« t Dltvfi Mate« gti\ rruiuent aud
the la* throughout the whole of Cape strumeota tiled for reco
of the mob became wilder.
American paper« eccuae .Mr. C-iuger of Colony. Lord Kitchener's strong meas with the county record
I tie negro wa« lakeu from Illa cell at
•evetilv toward the Cbintve.’' says t he ure* aaginst tbe population of the re
tile state p>-uiteutlary at 4 tilla after-
I'efcin corre«|M>n.irut ul the Murumg
publics. the placing on reduced ration*
m«>0 and loaded into a hack and 1
Henry Ott. a well-ku
I Po«t, “the American« bed r» gxrJed of the wive* of men in tbe field, and
brought to town. b<> ileputy mar*liala him m » in< ¡inc<i to lenirnry.
farmer of tbe Boise valley
• urroiiuding him.
ranch of 450 acres,
“¡he Chiuene com in l*» loners handed is heavy work.
Vance .Myers ami Torn Brown sat iu
price wa* *6,625.
to Hie foreign enrovii with the MgDrd
British offensive operation* have
the hack ou either side of him
priK’t4»coU m ditpeuh from F pen«r ceased Jor the present. It u supposed
Thoma* W. Bate«, pre
weie 50 buggle* au<l wagons in tbe pro- Kwant H-u. Making m foreign oc. upa-
Idaho Midlau-i railway,
erssiou which followed the hack, aud
tiou instead of <lrwtru< t . □ <»f tbe l«ka -treugth for a final effort to crush or to to New Yutk. He says
It was an awful march indeed for Fred fort«. The r<nj»rn»r » dw|tatcb
>pture tbe commando* by a repetition the best possible conditio
¡he trip lo town was
aleoof the tiling f < drt uite pen «1 for
The P. & 1. X. rail
made quickie, ami tbur« wa* i^i at the prohi* it;< u of the iti>;*ortat) n of < f tbe tactics which cause I the aur-
rvn-ter of General Crouje ard General nounced its inteniion of
tempt to create a -llsturbam e.
arms, nod reque»t*d that the pi.citne Prins Loo. It is allege.! that the
road into the Seven lit
When Fourth and Olive streets were rgpeditl D* hr -t ; ;«r»l
Boon who are concentrating at Caro Steel rails have ahead
reached lhe police, who were in the ticiiiare a« to thr a . unt
¡And l :«e
lina and Ernivle are preparing to de •based.
hack following the one IU which Alex ntAiord for t.-.e
. ua . tbr unti. *ur •oei d into Natal.
ander was concealed, Jum|a-d out and
1 he connty commissi 9
of IrgMtiun goM -xA. tK . r. ha-.ie c*o*t of
Th- casualty list issued yesterday couuty have selects I T.|
cha-ed a* veral negro«*.
Ihls ertated tbe tnililan
3* anc 1 e nate
a 'llieisioti, which attracted the at Mhen tbe foretgoer« x»: poe< 1 restore »boa* that tbe Bom have re lease. I 3M* represent their iuterert
nti»h who were captuted at Helvetia tioual Lite .-tuck Associa
tention of every one, ami. iu the ex thr public (*:‘ - t-A AD“ *»•:’ ■
; d ’ tk.n «n I Belfast. ~
The facts regarding the be held iu Salt Lake City.:
citement, the back in which Alexander to the ('bioeer
T*>- r ?w »♦
was eoticealed, wa* frantically driven mention the (beiAtxf . . tht •w-ee** t ■apiure at Belfast have uot been al-
The preliminary ste
lowed to transpire.
to the county Jail, aud just a* til" mob
: jBtnjnd oOeedk
it i* a,«*.rte<i that more heavy naval ta-eut .vard organ zing a
reached tbe doors, he was locked in er».**
.«a* will be landed at the Cape, lu sociation at Lewiston,
the tint cell ou the east side of the
formation a* to tbe doing of the in si-led in the state prior toj
First Nrtt:s< «F Pr*.r < savie -ree»
vaders is hard to obtaiu. but it is clear the year 1877, are eligi
in the meantime the crowd ha I
Berlin, J*n 1#. — As off .-in. ,
tbs that they are getting very little help berehip.
tuslied down the side gale of the atock-
f rvigu -»Ffio» ut'ormed * from tbe Dutch. Twice they attempted
Judge Stewart has rend
site and in a moment there was a yell- Gernian
tbe p-e*> x. eia» that to capture Barkley East, but both ion of considerable ir
tog pack in the jail y ard. The side <x>rro*|«’D<ìeol
r'BCS times they were repulsed
For three Boise. He bolds that th
duor, which was mail« of heavy sheet tlie tit-t «ittin.- < ' lite p*»a » co
iron, was the next object of attack. in l'ek'.n ooald he at-p-uute .*r.a««J- day* they occupied Sutherland, but ba» no authority to a-1 I
Several ol the thoughtful ones of the lat»ly after tbe difterent . rv ,-s «* ;■< they cleared out on the approach of equalisation.
moil hail provided tbeniselvee with had eonv in.-e-i Iberna«: e* tbat tbetr toe British. Some scattered parties valuation of property m
•led*« batumer* anil cold chisels, aud copie» of tbe > mt n -te hai heeu prep ate reported op-rating in different council are illegal aud voi
i* was the work of only a lew moments ari» *igu*d and scaied v tbe Ubiues» part*. Apparently the iuvader* aban
Fire at the
doned the idea of attacking Clan Wil Waniner district, destroy
livfoie the hinges were cut from tin.
liam on finding the town well defend wav which leads to the
and, with Hie help from iual-le, it was
ed. A commando of 1,000 has been mine.
iff it* hinges in a moment. .More ■neu
A DESPERADO CAIGHT.
active in the Richmond district, bil! mine had to be tempers’ill
puslieil iusl-le, and the iron bar Si
there the Boers have secured only 100 The tiro originated in i
again Called into play, and the doors
of lhe cell room broken down. A man Offi-rri Located Marvin Kuhn*, th* Indiana Dutch recruits.
house. I.oss is estimate-
with ihaip eyes spied a sh.iis-le««,
Boer* Attacked Colville.
cringing inasa crouched down iu oue
laqianaport. lud . Jan 19.— Marivn
James Patten, a rancher
Standerton, Jan. 19.—Colivlle’s mo
troruer of lhe dark cell. The mob Ki.hu«, ilie <ies|-era-lo «hollas terror
Bonners’ Ferry, lost a val
Iksued in a moment, diagging tile fiend ised Northern Indiana lor week* and bile column, marching from New Den while triyng to cross the
mark to Vladlaagte, was attacked by
tiy the coat ctdlar.
defied the officers of i«o states, was
attempted to drive the tea
At a quarter past 5 o'clock Alexand captured last night at Groenhill and is 1.000 Boers, divided ’Uto two forces
•tie force made a determined attempt the ice, but when near th
er was brought to the scene of the now iu ls>gan*|«irt jail. Kuhus mid
the stream the ice gave
murder of Pearl Forbes,
lhe exact his brother, who was released from the ou the baggage aud the other on the the horses and before the
spot where the murdered girl was Columbus prison shortly after Marivn
drawn out oue of them wa
found was located by the leader* of the -».aped, were taken after a desperate The cavalry war compelled to retire
crowd. Alexander was brought up in tight. Before the outlaw was over until protected by four companies of
rifles, hidden by a ridge, who were
a wagon witn a doxeti men.
powered he shot two men ami was him-
The first thing done was to plant a self shot in the heed, but nut seriously.
ft is said that Hoquiam i
made a speedy retreat, leaving several
railroad iron upright in the mud. This
Kuhns and his biot her aud a confed
was made fast to cross irons firmly erate stole a team at Plymouth Sunday dead and wounded f om the heavy
The Aberdeen Order of
Eventually both attacks
liouiid to the upright iron with wires. night and staite-l south.
elect a *3,000 buil liug.
To Ibis the man was dragged and .Marshall and Marshal Cheney traced
Spokane has accepted p
chained to the upright railroad iron. them lo I h F'aiette lest evening mid by The liritian were not able to pursue the
Chains ami Irone were wrapped about telephoning m ighlmring towns located Boers, owing to the necessity of pro cremator*’ which will cost *
him, with his hands still shack.od fast them at i.revnhill near Otterbein. tecting their baggage. The casualties
The old Hartford hotel ha
Co the i«ist. Coal oil was then poured At Otterbein the |s>sse surrounded the were oue killed aud 15 wounded.
down and loaded on cars,
over him and the match touched to house mid rushed in at midnight.
Ju.'. nan, Skagit county.
TO PROTECT WALRUS.
.Marvin was awake and seised a re
New Whatcom is endea
While It was being done, Alexander volver at his bedside. Before h« could
have the appropriation for
Indian*' Food Supply Endangered *>y
fire, Elmer Switsmer »hot him in the
way project raised from
and hade them goodbye. He did not face ami the |*isse closed in. One man
seem to realise that lie was to tm jumped from the second-story window
Port Townsend. Jan. 19. — Keports of
Whitman county boas
Alexander was and escaped, but the biotlmrs were
burned at the stake
asked to make a confersiou, but de- overpowered alter n struggle, in which the wanton destruction of walrus have youngest court bailiff iu t
As the a number of shots were exchanged. reached the treasury department nt States iu the person of Will
llanms leaped abjiit him Alexander Wounded as he was, Marvin partially Washington. Walrus come from the year-old son of Judge McDo
turned ghastly pale, and then for the shook off the attacking party and shot Arctic on the ice flow during the early superior court.
tlrat tiin« reiilired that his death was II. V Volt in the beck and Lewis portion of the open season to points be
Dr. L. R. Marklev ha
near. In less than five minutes lie was Hawkins in tha arm. Neither was tween Nt. Michael and Cape Nome, poiuted quarantine otii er f
hanging limp and lil’eli-*s by the chains fatally injured.
hain Bay. Heretofore vessel
steamers plying between those places
that Isiund him.
to wire to Port Town-end f
shoot into baod-a, killing ann wounding
As soon as the crowd saw that life
Fir* at Phornix.
uianv. Captains of whalers have re
was extinct, it began to slowly dis-
Measures are being t aketJ
There were hundreds how
ever. of tlie more morbid, who stayed night caused a loss of *30,000. It seen floating in Behring sea and the -luce a bill iu the legislntun
Walrus flesh is the mit to a vote of the people ai
to the last. Men kept piling on wood started in McBean & I'o.’a dry goods Arctic ocean.
all the time until alsmt 7 o'clock, •tore, »preiid to lhe Imperial hotel and main subsistence of Alaska coastwise inent to the constitution del
Tacoma aa the state capital I
when the Hames were allowed to die thence to the buildings of the Phoenix Indiana, anil their wanton destruction
down. As soon as the flame* had die-l News Company. Giant powder was threaten* starvation to them. The law
The miners working on the]
down sutlicientlv to allow the crowd used to blow up buildings iu the |>ath relating to fur-bearing animals does
Mclleiiii A Co. lost on not not apply to witlrus, hut Assistant Dewey claim, near Rspublil
to appioiich there was a wild scramble of the flame»
their stock *12,000. Til# loss on th« Secretary of the Treasury Spaulding killed lour cougars Feoentlj
to obtaiu relies.
building was *'2,000; Imperial hotel has issued instruction* to Collector of largest measured N feet I incl
loss, *10,000; Phoenix News Com Customs Heustis, at this port, to urge tip to tip and the sniallest I
Th* Vlglliiul* Athors.
pany. *'-’ COO; T. A. Hicks, dry goods in asters of veasela visiting Alaska inches.
Havana. Jan. 17.—The Ward lino store, *I,H(M>- There was partial in waters to prevent the killing of walrus
The hoard of county oomml
iteaiuur Vigilancia is aground off the surance ou some of the buildings and by persons on board of their vessels,
These instructions ato issued with » for Lewis county has let a c->a
luniks of Los Colorados, IllXHlt 100 stock.
i«i«w of protecting th« food supply of the Northwest Bridge Compani
miles westward of Havana
Would Develop Danish Island*.
the Indians, many of whom are aaid to coustriiction of a 140-foot spn(
The Vigilancia sailed from Vera
across the Chehalis river at
Crus, Mex,, Jan. Iff, for ■ Progresso,
Copenhagen. .Ian. 19.—The lenders be almoat iu a starving condition.
Station. The contract price is|
hail 58 of the syndicate of metchants who are
Havana and New York. Nile
Admiral Coxy'* Plan*.
paasetiger* on board, and is command- petitioning the government to make the
An important strike has hef
1'bil.idelj.hia, Tali 19.—Immediately
,„1 |,y Captain lleynolds. she struck