;j NEWS SUMMARY.- Th Welaer melter, which will b completed oon, will not b blown In until March. Customs Collector Haley, at Tuoaon, Arltona, haa been Indicted for amug-gllng amug-gllng Chinese. Th Hamburg metal-worker have petitioned the Senate of Hamburg to provide employment through relief worke. The Victoria, B. C, Sealing company haa already shipped to London 5000 kin taken by their schooners thl eaon. Bert Molt of Elgin haa been arreated In Pecatonlca, 111., on the charge of being Implicated in th Chicago pott-offlc pott-offlc robbery. There U a movement In Honolulu to ereot a monument lo honor of the lata Prealdent McKlnlcy. It I supported by all elements. While the Manchester cotton trad with th United State I not so large thl year aa last, ther haa been no material decline. Article of Incorporation of th Cuban Sugar Refining company hav been filed In the couuty clerk' office, Jry City. Cspllal, WO,000. Ilia almost certain that Benjamin Carey of Aelorla, Or., and Jamea Torey of Montana, were victims of th mad torrent, which flooded Skagtiay. Rev. Daniel Fran and wife of Fair-view, Fair-view, Kan., were killed outright and hree others Injured at Cednrvllle, III., -by being crushed by a falling tree. In view of threatened coal miners' strike In Frsnce, the government bsa taken precaution lo prevent disturbance disturb-ance and lo enable foreign coal to be imported. The government ha let conlrcta arranging for good mall ayatem for that portion of southeastern Alaska betwsen Juneeo end the Aleutian archipelago. Ball Calna ha been elected to ra-preaent ra-preaent the town of Ramaty In tha Manx Parliament, receiving 458 vote to lwl cast for bla opponent, a local lawyer named Kermode. A dispatch from Swatow any that 140 rebel hav been executed and that order haa been restored In the Ntlog Nlng district, where several missions have recently been destroyed. Admiral Rogers ha cabled the navy department hi arrival on hla flagship New York at Cathalogan, Hamar, with marloee to co-operate with th army In suppressing the Insurrection. The ateamahlp Centennial will make " another trip north Hilt Beaton carrying- ,' uppllsa and a large number of horss ' to b used In a stage line during tha " t winter between Nome and Illamna. Th Western Society ot the Army of the Potomlc haa prepared a memorial which will be sent to Mrs. MoKlnley at Canton Thursday. It contain a set of Resolutions passed by th organisation, organisa-tion, A model of a toriwdo designed for ut la warfare haa bean glvan a trial in San Francisco bay by the Inventor, John P. Perkln, lata of New Zealand. Th trial was spparently satisfactory. satisfac-tory. Th news of John Mackay'a plan for a cabl across the Paoiflo waa received with delight In Honolulu, which ha long Buffered for lack of communication communica-tion except by ateamer with tb mainland. main-land. Dr. George J. Angur, a Honolulu pbyslclsn. recently spplled to th board of health for permission to claiming to have a cure, but waa reV " fused. Japaneae treaaury official announce th Issue of exchequer check to tb amount of 10,000,000 yen, repayable In three mon tba at 7 percent. Negotiations Negotia-tions continue for the sale ot tha bond m abroad, J Coat formerly carried from th 7 United 8tates to Europe for 13.75 and I ti a ton la now carried for $3. General 1 oargo from th Gulf to Denmark that brought ! and 13 a ton I now being thksn for 13.13 j During the psstyear 111 Chlnss convert were added to tba roll of th Congregation association of Christian .! Chinese. Thla I the greatest number vsr converted in ny yer through th ( effort of the organisation. Mra. Anna E. Taylor of Bay City, Mich., who wnt over Niagara Fall in j a barrel, aald ha deaired to attract j tha attentlan of museum and theatrical managara, lu order to aecure money to ' : provide a home for herself. 3 Count Boston do Pcrlgord, who re- , cently married Mlaa Helen Morton, ; . daughter of Mr. Levi P. Morton, the i former Vice-President of the United i States, haa now purchased the chateau of Valency, France, for ,718,!165 j frances. The First National bank of New j , York haa remitted to Philadelphia t-V j 000,000 In currency to pay for the pur- ehaae of the Flat Top Coal aasoclatipn, i of the Pocahontas coal purchase. The puroliase price of the property waa 110,000,000. Captain B. F. Tllley, United States j navy, sailed from Han Francisco Frl- day on the steamer Sonoma. Captain Tllley la under ordera to proceed to Pago-Pago to appear before a naval t court-martial and answer oharges pre- t ferred against hi in. !