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Advices írom Tonquin announco the doath of the King of Annam. A band of seventy-five White Caps destroyed throe house in Jeromevillo, O., on Saturday. The socoml snowfall which has occurred at Pensr.cola, Fia., in twonty-fivo years took place Mouduy. Jacob Tome, a millionaire banker of Baltiinore, has donated 13,600,000 for a boys' andgirls' training school. H. Gu UI, 94 years old, died 0:1 Momlay at ïer.cseo, 111., f rom injuries sustained by íalling through a sidewallc. At Mount Holly Springs, Pa., on Tueslay an incendiary firo destroyed Early's Jotel and scveral dwellings. It is stated that Major Lillie ("Pawnee 3i!l") inten Is to invade Oklahoma early m February With 10,000 men. Lev. Boyd Vincent was on Friday consecrated Bishop of Southern Ohio in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cincinnati. Jacob Knapp, editor of the Reading (Pa.) Times, died on Tuosday, nired 71 years. He was the oldest editor in Fennsylvania. The Polish Cluircti of St. Adalbert in Eaet Buffa'o, N. Y., burned with a loss of i50,000 to L70,000 and an insurance of s50,000. A passenger train was thrown from the ;rack on Monday near Rockpovt, Ind. , and thirty persons were injured, but none fatally. The Austrian Consul General, Hugo Fritsch, died su denly on Sunday at nis residence in New York from heart disease. Father McCarthy, charged with inciting Doycott at Clonakilty, Ireland, was on Friday sentenced to four months' imprisonment. Smith's livery-stable at Anniston, Ala., was burned on Monday, and twenty-seven üorses and a number of vehicles were consumed. A boiler exploded in Perkin's mili near Poplar Bluffs, Mo., on Saturday, killing three meu, and nine othars were injured, three fatally. Great excitement prevailed at Lexington, Va., on Tuesday over the discovery near the re of an immense mountain of the richest iron ore. Two freight trains collided on the Baltimore & Ohio road on Friday near Paw Paw, W. Va., causing a damage of HO0.O00. No lives were lost. The post-office at Rahway. N. J., was entered by burglars Sunday nierht, who succeeded in blowing open the safe and abstracting il, 51)0. C. W. Barry, a veteran actor, was stricken with paralysis on the stage of a Columbus (O.) theater Sunday night and died uext morning. The Zalinski pneumatic dynamite gun was offlcially tested in New York Saturday. The trial demonstrated that the invention is a success. Nic Hill, the wife mtirderer, pleaded gnilty to murder in the firat degree at Cincinnati Monday. He was sentenced to imprisonment for lifo. Loui 1 A. Knackstedt, teller in the Mullan phy Savings Bank at St. Louis, was on Tuesday found to be short in his accounts to the extent of Í7.500. Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., signed a contract Monday at New York with Manager Daniel Frohman, engaging herself to play as an actress for three years. The largest lump of coal ever taken from the mines of the Consolidated Coal Company at Danville, 111., was removed Friday. It weigbed 3,700 pounds. Parks Piedges killed himself on Saturday near Holly Fprmgs, Ark., because he was eugaged to two girls. neither of whom would release him from nis bargain. About forty wooden buildings in "Dutch Flat," San Francisco, Cal., were burned Sunday. It was the Chinese settlement, ?rd the loss was L20,000, with no insurance. __________


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