A special f rom Vancouver, B. C. . says that the China steamer Catterthun, bound from Sydney, N. S. W. , to China with 81 human beings on board, is lying many fathoms deep oft' Seal Rock" near Fort Stephens lighthouse and only 20 lives were saved. The accident was cliie to currents drifting1 the steamer on the rocks in the fury and darkness of the storm. The jargo of the steamer Catterthun was very valuable. Amongthe cargo were ten thousand sovereigns. A big strike is expected to take place throuuhout the I'ennsylvania coke rejions very soon. The Allegan paper raill was sold to lias. A. .lolinson, of Xiles, who vvill jonvert it into a strawboard factory. tieo. De Haven luis retired froni the sditorship of the Chicago Mail and has resumed his formerposition as general passenger agent of the Detroit, Lansing fe Northern railroad systera. Loyd Humnier, 7-yearold, RU irowned at Saujratuck, while swimning in the Kalamazoo river. II is fate was not known until his mother found his clothes on the river bank.