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The Steamer Columbia Made The Trip

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froni New Vork to Southatnpton in six days, llftoen hours, twenty-throe minutes, and breaking tho bost record, her own, by tWü uours and eleven minutes, Tiiiï Cen.-us Bureau pi ves tho population of the Btato of Tennessee at 1,7133,723; Increase, 231,804 State of Texas, 2,282,230; lacrease, 640,471. OnABLES -Mir.i.iii;, aged ir ye.ars, arrcsted as a Tagrant in Manhattan, Kan., confessed that ho tnurdered llarry Fishbaugh nul Frank Emerson, who wore found dond in a earat Choyenne, Wyo. . Joiin" BK Hauuisox. ü: years old, was accidentally shot and killed by his brother Dong) iss at Valverde, Col., and Douglass went mad with grief. At tho sale of the Ferne.liffe stud in New York, the propeny of Mr. William Astor, Mr. WilHam Walden paid 30,000 for the imported stallion Galoro. A cycloxi: in North Carolina wrecked liouscs and other proporty at Hastio and Floral College, and two porsons woro killed and ïuany others were badly injured. An assignment was made by the R. O. Peters Salt and Lumbor Co. of Manistee, Mich. Tho liabilities wero placed at $3,000,000 and the assets at 86, 000,000. Speculation eaused the failuro. MABSH firos woro raging near La Crosse, Ind., and 10,000 tons of stacked hay had been burned. The strike of the 4,000 minors at Ishpcming. Mich., has ondod, tho mon returning to work on the old terms. The annual mooting of tho Pullman Palace Car Company was held in Chicago. The tinancial statement showed that the total revenuo oí the company for the twelve months was 88,860,961.20, of wbich 87,478,185.87 was from earnings of oars. Tho operating expenses were $3,374,604.87, '1 he company etnploys 12,:;G7 pcigons. During the year 5,023,057 passengors wero cared for, against 4,242,543 tlie pruvious year. Eigiit men wero injured, two of thom fatally, by an explosión of hot dust in a PittSburgta (Pa.) blast furnaco. Wii.liam BüBD, who lived near Lebanon, Ind., dropped dead when he heard that his wife had applied for a divoroe. Anna B.vKi-ii, wife of Ma Foo, a Chinese laundryman atst. Louis, threwlye into the face of Walter Kelly, a 10-yearold boy, and he was totally blinded. THE loss of life by tho burning of the Leiand Hotol at Syracuse, N. Y., was on the Kith placeil at ten. Tuk business fafluros in tho United Statos during tho seven days endod on tho 17th numbered '2:iT, against 215 the precoding week and 229 the corresponding week last year. A PIRE de.stroyed the works of the Cherry JTbrrow Manufacturing Company within the walls of tlio Stato ponitentiary at Kashville, Tenn. Loss, $200,000. Jamks Mamvu.i,, alias Murray, who murdered Charles Decker on the night of June 1 last, was hanged on the 17th at Monis. IH. He diud without revoaling his identity. At Uerlin Falls, N. II., unknown fiends blow up willi a dynaniito bomb tho house of Public l'rosecutor Connotte, who bad been waging bitter war on tho 1 i q 1 1 o f dealers. Threo childron were, fatally injured. At Gallipolis, O., tho ce'.ebration of tho öentenuiu! of Iha landing of French sottlers bogan on the 17th. Thomas OCoxííok, witn a lifo sontonce forimivder in Minnesota, and who was pardoued a short timo ago on condition that lie leave lbo State forever, has been sent back to prison. 11e did not leave ;!"■ State. Tuk Censiis Hüreau announced the populati3!i of the State of Pcnnsylvania tobe 5,248,594j increase, 965,683. Tuk British ship üospodar arrived at íiv.n Francisco from London after the longest trip ön record, having boen out 174 days, owing to storms. The tug James A. Garfleld waa run into by another tug in tlio biv at New York and six men on the (Jurfiold were drowned. Heavy gales prevailod along the north Atlantic coant Sliipping was badly damaged and two men wero drowned in New York harbor. A houso was blown over in Newark, X. J. PlilVAIK FliAXK O'Xf.IT.T., Of the United States army, stationod at Fort McPherson, Cía., died of hydrophobia. It took seven men to hold hioi in his paroxysms. A business Bgency in New York says that the business outlook is improving all over the country, and that trado is strong overy vvhere. Tuk courts of Kansas and lowa have decidod that the Wilson law prohibiting tho sale of liquor in original packages in the siaics named is inoperativo without new Sute legislation. Thf. first game of the series for tho world's baseball championship waa played in boulBVllle on tho 17th between tho lirooklyn club, winners of the National League pennant, and the Louisville club, winners of tlio Amorican Association ebampionsnip. Scoro: lirooklyn, 9; Louisville, 0. In an encountcr with burglars at Ohio City, O., Charles Hovor and Williana Place, two business men, and ono of tho robbers, were shot dead. The other four burglars oscaped. DuittVG the ñrst two weeksof Octobor 4S6 casos of cholera and 259 doaths frora tho disease were reported ín Spain. A ciíy of fire in St. Stanislaus' church in Chicago caused a panic among 800 children, two of vhom woro crushed fatally and many otbers woro badly injured.


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