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W A S H IN G T O N
S p a I n 's N e w C u b a n P o l i c y
* W ith F a v o r.
K lo n d ik e
P a rty
W it h
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L e a v e * Y a k im a for Victoria .
Is R e g a rd e d
C a s p a r W r e c k e d on i
I f o r n l a C oa st.
Point Arena, Cal., O ct 20__ t
North Yakim a, Wash., Oct. 27.— A Resume of Events in the seamen, comprising almost the]
Washington, Oct. 27.— Developments
£pitome o f the Telegraphic in Cuba within the next 30 days w ill Train on New York Certr&J One of the greatest of the Klondike ex
crew o f the schooner Caspar
peditions yet organized made a prelim
definitely determine President M cK in
drowned early this morning H
hews o f the World.
inary start from this city today,
ley's attitude upon the Spanish ques
wreck o f their vessel. The rock
through the shipment of 10 carloads of
tion, but he expects no trouble. The
in this vicin ity was strewn with I
horses, numbering 245 head, and 23 EVIDENCE OF STEADY GROWTH age today, but there was no«
administration looks with favor on
rE R S E T I C K S FROM THE WIRES Spain’s change o f policy, and believes TW EN T Y-EIG H T
LOST men, headed by J. W. Cameron. They
identifying the ship until this ey
go to Seattle, and will sail tomorrow
the ministry is sincere in its endeavor
when tw o men from shore, wh
fiom Viptoria by the Bark Colorado, N « w * G a t h e r e d til A l l t h e T o w n s o r gone out in a small boat to secur
to bring about a speedy termination of
%m I a t e r e s t l n g C o l l e c t i o n o f I t e m * F r o m
the strife in Cuba by granting substan M o r e M a y B e B u r l e d in t h e W r e c k —D i s which has been chartered and espec
of the crew who might still
Our X e lg h b o rln f
%t*f> N e w a n d t h e O ld W o r l d I n a tial reforms.
a s t e r W a s C a u s e d b y a n E m b a n k ia lly fitted for this purpose.
picked up Captain Anfindsen
m e n t in A l l I n d u » t r l e * - O r e * o n .
plies w ill be taken at Soattle other
O otxdenaed a n d C o m p r e h e n a lv e F o r m
m e n t G i v i n g W a y —W o r s t in Y e a r s .
W h ile not fully advised as to Spain’ s
800 men Chris Larsen, who had
than those shipped from Portland, the
T lie food of San Francia.'o laborers is replv to Secretatry Sherman’s note,
and 1,000 herring in one night lust ing about on an improvised
Garrison’ s, N. Y ., Oct. 20.— From
over 14 hours.
to be analyzed by the professors at the presented by M inister Woodford in the sleep that means refreshment and main outfitting being done at Viotoria,
where 125 head of cattle w ill be loaded. week, in Yaquina bay.
September, its general character is
State Un iversity.
To his rescuers, Adolph Peten
rest to the eternal sleep that knows no
A farmer of Malheur county,
The expedition is backed by Boston
Henry Anderson, the captain
T h e Fort Randall m ilitary reserva known here, and it is not anticipated awakening plunged in the tw inkling of
bark struck on a reef this month
tion, which contains over 100,000 acres by the president that any friction w ill an eye this morning 28 souls, men,
der one and two-year contracts. They head of choice beef cattle.
seven minutes later capsized,
in South Dakota and Nebraska, has arise between the two countries as are- women and children. In the slim y bed
w ill take the Dalton trail, and each
Eighteen thousand dollars in gold she tipped over, all the crew
suit of the exchange o f notes.
beast opened to settlers.
o f the Hudson river a train laden with animal other than thoge to be used for
The prime object the president had
bullion was the output of the Bonanza washed overboard. The steam«
slumbering humanity plowed, dragging saddle purposes w ill havean equipment
N egotiations o f the Chinese govern
in view when General Woodford went
mine in Baker county last month.
ried 15 men, but from the moniei
the passengers. ' of pack saddle and sle I. Even the cat-
ment with the H ooly syndicate for a to Madrid was bringing about an im through tbe waters
The Ashland iron works are working accident occurred the captain ha
loan o f $80,000,000 have fallen through. : proved condition of affairs in Cuba be There was nothing to presage the ter | tie are to be used in the transportation
rible accident which so suddenly de o f supplies. Permanent stations are to on a *1,500 order for pulleys, shafting, none o f liis orew except his comp
T h e governm ent is now negotiating
fore congress reassembled. Spain’s re
etc., from the Sissons Lumber & Mer Lursen, and has no doubt that the
prived these unfortunates o f life.
w ith the Hong Kong <fc Shanghai bank.
: be established along the trail, anil it is
ply and her instructions to the new
13 have all been lost.
T b e Washington state grain coinmis- captain-general of Cuba w ill show an
the intention to kill the horses when
When thrown into the water,,
ruon announces that it w ill not lower adfhnoed step in that direction.
they are no longer o f service for pack
nearly nine-tenths o f the distance ing, freeze the meat and, by means of ing & Navigation Company’ s boat that sen and Larsen by good fortum
Not. 1 wheat grade from 69 to 68 pounds
But the administration is more con
The engineer sleds, take it to the gold-producing re is being built in the Siuslaw, near enabled to raft Some pieces of ‘
to th e bushel, notwithstanding the agi- ' cerned about the rapid change of policy toward its destination.
Th ey succeeded in d
tutioii to that end in the eastern part than it is about the character o f Spain's and his fireman had just noted the gray gions, where from 30 cents per pound Florence, measures 125 feet in length, timber.
dawn breaking from the east and the upwards is expected to be realized.
There are now 1.200 signers in ‘ he boards together, anti clung
e f the state.
reply to M inister W oodford’s represen- j
light streak of red denoting the sun’ s Forty wagons w ill also be taken for use Astoria to the petition for the bridge improvised raft from the t.me
T b e Long Island coast for a distance tations. The government has no reason )
appearance, when the great engine, in the first 18 miles after leaving across Young’s bay. Only about 1,400 accident u ntil late this afternoon,
• f a lx miles, between Far Rockaway to fear that Spain w ill take an aggres- I
a servant o f the rails, plnnged into the Pyram id harbor, and then bobsleds names are required to put the measure the storm beat about them, beir
end Rockaway beach, was more or less sive aland against the United States. |
posed to tlie most fearful gale
depths of the river. N either engineer w ill be utilized for transportation over tiirough.
damaged by a very high tide. The On the contrary, it is sure of a note
season. Th ey had almost succt
nor fireman w ill ever tell the story of the snow and ice.
Among Mr. Dade’ s sheep on Birch |
Bdznore hotel was damaged to the ex friendly and conciliatory in tone. The
that terrible moment. W ith hand upon
The men taken from here are mainly creek, in Umatilla county, is a lamb j from cold, exposure and exhat
president realizes, however, the danger
tant o f $26,000.
the throttle the engineer plnnged with
and were with great difficulty sai
Speedy, the professional bri jgejum p- o f further agitation by congress and a his engine to the riv e r’s bottom, and packers, miners and mountaineers, who with only one ear and one eye. It was their rescuers.
born thus, and is fu lly developed in
er. jumped from the Lou isville & Jef- further disturbance o f our interests if the fireman, too, was at his post. Be
The sea has been so high all da
feraonville bridge in Louisville, K y ., something more substantial than these hind them came the express car, the T h eir contracts specify tiiat th^y shall every other respect.
it has been impossible to launch i
before an audience o f 18,000. Speedy
Contractor Jacobson, who is work- from shore, and even this evenin
combination car and the sleepers, and clothing, tents and everything necessary
made the jump o f 130 feet in safety, ine autonomy cannot he furnished these piled on top of the engine.
ing on the jetties on Coos bay and on j two men who went out and
and was m ingling with the crowd a when the new session begins.
It is known that it was a trifle foggy sible in the region to which they are the Siuslaw, has about 130 men era- pijH|,ed the rescue risked their li
It can hardly be expected that G en
Jew minutes later.
and tiiat the track was not visible, but going. A provision in the contract of ployed. He says his contracts w ill be the breakers.
eral Blanco w ith in a m onth.after his
Frank Moon, aged 60 years, and Mrs.
if there was any break in the lines many o f them is that they shall be finished in two or three months.
Later in the evening the sti
arrival w ill be able to end the war, but
W eils, were found dead at the bottom
of steel it must have been of very re outfitted for a year’s prospecting on
There are no empty houses in Vale, Alcazar cruised about tho scene
if it oan be shown that an advanced
o f a 80-foot well on Moon’s farm, near
cent happening, for only an hour be shares. Some think the plans are chi Malheur county. Several farmers have wreck, bnt could find no trace
step has been taken in that direction,
Derby. Kan., having been asphyxiated.
fore there passed over it a heavy pas merical, but those who are in oharge of been compelled to give up tlie idea of other seamen.
President M cK inley may, by forward
N o o n bad been overcome w hile work-
senger train laden w ith human freight. the expedition are Alaskan pioneers, living in town in order to send their
This is a very dangerous locsli
ing the correspondence which has pas£-
in *. and the woman, fearfnl at his not
N either is an explanation ready. A ll who thoroughly understand their busi children to school, because of the lack shipping, and when a vessel it
returning home, went to the well late I e,J “ nd callin g attention to an improved is conjecture. T lie section of road was
thrown on the rooks sho is certi
ness, and the financial backing is un of houses.
condition in Cuba, be able to pacify
• t night to investigate, and fell in.
supposed to be the very best on tlie en questioned.
The run cf Chinooks in Coos bay was be doomed, and there is little
congress long enough to give Spain a
A d m iral Matthews, ohief of the hu chance to thoroughly establish her new tire division. There was a great, heavy
ligh t last week, and silversides were for the escape o f her unfortunate
A G L O O M Y TALE.
retaining wall all along the bank, and,
man o f yards and docks, in his annual reforms.
The Caspar sailed from San Fmi
scarce also. There has been a great im
Hence it appears tiiat the
report to Secretary Long, recommends wording o f tlie president's forthcoming w hile the tide was high yesterday, it
provement, however, in tlie last few yesterday for Usal, where she
tho construction o f four drydocks of the message depends mainly apon the im was not unprecedented. W hat seems S t a r v a t i o n a n d D e a t h S t a r in g M a n y in days, and boats on the lower bay are load lumber for San Francisco,
t h e F a c e a t D a w tto n .
beat type. H e recommends that con mediate effect of General Blanco's ar to have happened was that underneath
was owned by the Caspar Lumber
making good catches.
Victoria, Oct. 27.— Miners who came
crete docks be built at Boston, Norfolk rival in Havana, tho promulgation of the tracks and ties the heavy w all had
pany, and re g is te r»! 300 tons.
and M are Island, and that a floating an amnesty proclamation, of new auton given way. When the gr«*at w eigh t of down on the Farallon from Dyea, and '
The drowned are:
crew at the mouth of Rogue river made
dook be placed at either K ey West.Tor- omist reforms and the abandonment of the engine struck the unsupported who left Dawson C ity about 40 days
Morris Peterson, first mate.
tracks it went crashing through the ngo, say that the «lay before they left
tugaa, or A lgiers, La. The estimates the reconcéntralo policy.
Andrew Anderson, second matt
rest of the wall and toppled over into Hansen, one o f the managers o f the
for tbe maintenance of the yards next
George Offerman, chief enginee
Alaska Commercial Company arrived There is a large run of salmon coming
year aggregate $2,304,202.
John Kuhn, assistant engineer.
FROM THE NEW T E S T A M E N T .
Then there happened wtiat on the
N. C. Helverson, seaman.
F o llo w in g close upon the recent an-
railroad at any other tim e would have m ent of the efforts to get food up the : A fish eight or nine inches long and
Louis Bruoe, seaman.
anancement o f a great syndicate to con
A n c i e n t D o c u m e n t F o u n d in R e c e n t l y
cause«! disaster, but now proved a very river. F u lly 400 miners at once made somewhat resembling the Sound mack
The cook, name unknown, and
trol the trade o f Honduras comes the
U n e a rth e d P a p y r i.
preparations to start out over tlie trail, erel is being caught along the water
others whose names are also unki
inform ation received
Denver, Oct. 27.— Dr. Cobern, pastor | embankment, tlie coupling that held but the citizens’ committee refused to front in Astoria. N o one seems to
sources that a gigantic syndicate is in
allow them sufficient provisions for know just of what specie it is, but such
prooee8 of organization for the purpose of T rin ity Methodist church, who has the last three of the six sleepers broke
THE N O T E ANSWEREC
the journey, so, save those who had al a fish was seen in these waters about
at prom oting direot trade between the recently returned from England, tells and they miraculously reniaine«l on the
In that way some 00 ready started, all w ill have to remain five years ago.
United States and Russia. The project of a wonderful papyri discovered last broken track.
and share in tlie privations at Dawson.
There is greater activity witnessed S p a in S a y » S h e H a n D o n e A ll it
nriginatud with Russian merchants and January, and gives out information lives were saved.
P o w e r t o K m l t h e W ar.
Charles Fries, o f Tacoma, who came in and around Drain this fall than has
baa tbe sanction, if not the direct sup
Oct. 26.— In the special
that in the logia, which was unearthed
been seen here before for years. New
port, o f the im perial government.
Burns, says tiiat besides the famine, a buildings are being built, old ones re to M inister Woodford, the govern
by Messrs. Grennfel and Hunt under
A dispatch from Managua, Nicaia-
mysterious disease has broken
out paired, sidewalks made and improved, declares that Spain 1ms done all i
the direction of Dr. Flinders Petrie, of
E. A. Green, of Chicago.
gua, says John Augustine, an A m eri
which is carrying off five men daily. empty houses are rapidly filling up, a power to end tlie war in Cuba, and
Oxford university, last January, there
W. H. Myers, o f Tremont, N. J.
can oitizen, was arrested at San Carlos,
Twenty-four hours after tlie victim is brick kiln of over 100,000 is always the many sacrifices which have
was found beside the notebook leaf,
at the mouth of the San Juan river, by
attacked he turns black from tlie waist ready for burning, and thousands of made by the nation, tlie numb
containing what purported to be the
enter of President Z elaya’s brother,
to the throat and in two days, in a ma oords o f wood are being handled by troops sent to Cuba, and the rel
sayings of Jesus Christ, a leaf from the
cod, without any pretense of a trial,
jo rity of cases, is dead.
New Testament, Tho leaf contained
which are carried out on tbe
eraa imprisoned in the penitentiary.
On the way over the Dalton trail, j
nearly the whole o f the first chapter of
Unknown man, died w hile being res
A disease called glanders is causing which are fu lly described.
Mr. Augustine was formerly United
which in many places runs along the
M atthew, and was written exactly the cued.
The note ends with the state
the death of quite a number of horsea
States consul at Bluefields, Mosquito
same as our Greek testament of today.
A. G. M cKay, private secretary to Yu kon’s bank, Fries’ party met many in Paradise.
Wallowa county. Tlie that “ Spain w ill not admit the
territory, and is at present in charge of
Dr. Cobern says that this is our earl General Superintendent Van Etten; boats bound down. H e estimated tiiat
people there have asked the county o f any foreign power to interfere il
the navigation company’s steumers on
about 300 boats are going down the
iest record of the Bible, and that in the body supposed to be in the wreck.
to onler the stock inspector to o f her affairs.”
th e Rati J nan river.
01 basket! o f papyri that were taken
El Tempo publishes with reaerv
John Folye, engineer of East Albany; river with from four to seven men each. that place to take steps to prevent tlie
John Griffith essayed “ Riohard I I I ” out there may be found a copy of the
The Fries party was the last to leave
body not recovered.
announcement tiiat the reply ol
at tbe opera house in Butte, Mont. In scriptures. He also points out what a
John Cj. Tompkins, fireman, o f East Dawson. A t F iv e Finger rapids they lar time, however, the county is w ith Spanish government to the U
tb e closing scene G riffith ’s sword struck blow to infidelism it m ight be, and
fell in w ith the party headed by Kay
Albany; body not recovered.
out a stock inspector, but the matter States, presented to General Wo
John Fay Palm er,w ho was doing Rich- what a strengthening o f tlie Christian
Wong Gin and eight unidentified Stuart, of New York, which left five w ill be attended to at the next session the American minister at Madrid
asood, in the face, cutting a gash ex cause. H e says there is no doubt of
days before, ami caught up with the
dares that, if the United States
of the court.
tending from above one eye across the the genuineness of these findings; that
party made up o f John Fry, F. L. and
not stop the sailing o f filibusterin
O f eye-witnesses there were none ex
aoea and olieek. The bone o f the nose such critics as Professor Hurmack and
J. Trippe and O. Holden, o f New
petitions from American ports,
wee broken and a little more force Thompson have passed upon them and
Y ork, w ith an Indian guide. The yet started, except on sales contracted w ill re-establish the right to seari
They saw the train, with its
would have penetrate«!
brain. declare that they could not have been a tow.
party ran short of food and for four before harvest, and neither buyers nor eels anchoring in Cuban waters.
light, as it came flashing about the
Palm er turned his back to the audience written later than 200 A . D.
days none had any fool save an owl growers are able to say when it w ill.
El Liberal thinks a rupture
curves, and then saw the greater part of
and finished the scene without any one
which they shot and some soup made A few sales are reported from Polk
as the result of negotiations bet
kmowing what hod happened.
from a rawhide strap which they were county at 15 cents, and it is stated on
DR. NANSEN IN NEW Y O R K .
Spain and the United States,
w ith close«! windows fl«>ate«i, ami the
good authority tiiat 1 6 , cents has
using in packing their goods.
Sheldon Jackson, United States su
thinks Spain onght to avoid this
tug, whistling for help, oast off ita
The Farallon brought down about
perintendent of Alaskan schools, who T e n d e r e d » R e c e p t i o n b y t h e A m e r i c a n
ture, so far as duty and honor
hawser and started to the rescue.
Tlie price, generally offered, however,
$20,000 in gold.
haa just returned from Alaska, says:
G e o g r a p h ic a l S o c ie ty .
A porter jumped from one o f the car*
is from 13 to 13^ cents. This, grow but that the government should
There is but one solution to the trans
a spirit o f moderation and thi
N ew York, OoL 20 — Dr. Nansen, the that remained on the track and ran into
T h e A la s k a B o u n d a ry.
ers are unwilling to take, an«l in some
portation problem iD Alaska, and that
nation w ill under no oircumstano
A rctic explorer, arrived tonight on the tlie yard o f Augustus Carr’s house, '
instances, agents having failed to buy
is the reindeer.
ataumship Lucania. He was taken off near which the accident occurred, and here that, in view of the great promi at these figures, the orders have been thorize a renunciation ofSpuin’sri
A a|iecial to the Kansas C ity Journal the steamer at quarantine. He reueive«! stood screaming for help, and moaning:
nence Alaska has achieved, owing to recalled.
from Muskogee, 1. T.,
The an invitation to be present at a recep “ The train is in the river; all oar pas
A u s t r a l i a n s K l o n d i k e C rsiJ*
the recent gold discoveries, and tlie im-
W a s h in g t o n .
treaty between the Dawes and Creek tion tendere«! by the Am erican Geogra- sengers are drowned I”
San Francisco, OcL 26 .— Ausl
jKirtance of definitely fixing the bound
aoaimiHsionR, which was concluded j phicat Society at d ic k e r in g ball to
The Lincoln county tax levy has been w ill add its share of goldhonti
In a few minutes Carr had dressed ary line between our territory and that
fixed at 16 mills.
here last month, was rejected by the night. Dr. Nansen was due at the hail
tlie Klondike region next year,
him self, and getting a boat, rowed of the Dominion of Canada, the senate,
Greek oounail in session at Okmulgee. at 8:30 p. in., and arrived 10 minntes
The shingle m ill in Kelso, Cow litz the Alam eda saile«! from Sydne
w ith the porter to the scene. As they when it assembles in December, w ill
A patrol of dervish horsemen raided ahead of time.
His entrance was the turned a point into the bank, they take early action on the treaty pending county, is cutting 170,000 shingles in offices o f the Oceanic Steamship
a villairn seven m iles from Berber, kill- signal for the heartiest applause, the came upon the express car and the «com between Great Britain and the United 11 hours. This is at the rate of over pany were being besieged with m
11 men and capturing many entire audience rising to greet him.
bination car floating about 20 feet from States and marking off the 141st m erid 150,000 in 10 hours.
anxious to get to tbe new land of |
women, children and oattle. A detach- \ A gold medal was presented to Dr. the shore, but sinking every minute. ian. This treaty was sent to the sen
By a vote of 10 to 4, the Tacoma city Hundreds o f letters a day were
■sen t o f Anglo-Kgyptian cavalry sent in Nansen from the Geographical Society. One man was taken from the top o f the ate almost tw o years ago.
council passe«l an ordinance making it receive«!, asking for information
pursuit o f tlie dervishes overtook them Dr. Nansen replied briefly, thanking car, and efforts were made to rescue
The work of adjusting the differ- imperative for women to remove their *^e *an<l of glaciers and treasu
aad routed them with heavy loss. The the so«:iety for the honor eon ferre«) upon those inside. A few were gotten out, ences between the countries regarding hats ' n places of public amusement,
lengthy circular containing tbe
dorviahne abandoned their booty amt him. He spoke in very fair English.
the passengers left on the track making tlie southeastern line has been in prog-
Tea Inspector Palmer h is rejected era! information that was sought
Lienteant Peary and Captain D L. a human bridge to the shore to take the
ress for tw o years.
In 1893, each gov- 200 cases of Japanese tea, recently prepared and copies o f it were l
T h e body o f W illia m J. Lyons, nn Brainard, o f the Unite«! States army, wounded on.
ernment appointed a commission to brought to Seattle on the Nippon
Yu- 1 inquirers.
employe o f the Paciflo Gas Improve who was one o f the party which held
It is thought by the officers
The day coach and smoker had gona survey the territory through which this sen liner, Kinshui Maru. The inspec-
ment Company, of San Francisco, was the record for northern latitudes prior down in deep wate-, and rescue was line runs, and each made the geograph- tor says the tea has
Alam eda that tlie next steamer
found in the hills back of Berkley with
come to thia port crowded with
impossible. In the latter coach the ical maps of the country, which were been used,
a bullet-hole in bis head.
H e was briefly.
condition must have been horrible. submitted to the government Decern-
hunters for the Yukon.
abort in Ilia accounts and attempted to
The car turne«) com pletely over, and ber 31, 1895. These commissioners, ?ow a |ot of
D e c is io n R e v e r s e d .
F a t a l N e w Y o rk Fire.
barn his books to hide his crime. Be
Carson, N ev., Oct. 27.— The supreme the passenger end o f it was deep in the however, had no power to pro|wse a mU(p, Kra8S which
in g discovered in thia he killed him-
, OcL 20 .— Two men
court reversed the decision awarding
aalf ia despair.
,thout irrigation. I f their lives in a fire Uxlay on Broad
damagtw against the Western Union towards tlie surface. The men in that strictly to furnishing information upon th^ test nmv
near Ninth. When tlie bodies
Senator Morgan, who haa just re- Telegraph Company to the p lain tiff lower end must have fought like fienda
^ L Db8eqUen‘ ,le‘ 0ti‘ tU>n8 COU‘d b r e p U . r g e j i r . o « " o ^ ^ err Win i found,
a standing po 811
o u i i u | U
l l C was
n * * » I in
k s **
tarn«»! from an extended v is it to Ha Burns. The latter had urgent business for a brief perio«l, for tlie bodies, when
s made at tho Washington state the upper part o f the body being ot
T h «* P o r t «»* » D e m a n d I g n o r e d *
w aii, has expressed b im setlf as well at Lovelock, and telegraphs«! a friend taken out, were a mass o f wounds.
pfoased with what he saw and the nun- from Grand Junction for money. Re
The porte has demanded the recall of agricultural college of beets grown on heara. The other was at a
The closing scene of the first day o f
aar in wliioh he was entertained on
this tragedy is drawn around a common
missionaries from the der the system AV
l* ,.n . experiments inangur- »truggled to reach air and escape
He ia more than ever en- hie way on a train, and fallin g off, was oar that stands near the scene of the province of Aleppo, on the pretext that . . . j L_
ated by the Northern Pacific, sliow a flames. The fire was in a three-*
theaiastic on the subject o f annexation, seriously injured. Hu then sued the accident, where nearly a score o f badly their mission for the distribution o f re
range of from 14 to 20)$ per cent of brick building, owre«l by the
aad intim ates that Hawaii w ill become telegraph company for failin g to de mutilate«! bodies, none o f them yet lie f is lik ely to cause disturbances. The
sugar, with an average above 18 per Snug Harbor estate, and ocetip«“
• part o f this country before the oloea liver his message, and received ju dg claimed by friends, are lyin g in a long United States legation baa ignored the
°ent. Tiiese resulta are laid to be very the lanndry o f Gardner A Vail-
ment, which has just been reverted.
e f tbe coming year.
row, grewsome evidences of the disaster, demand.
loss is $25,000.______________
John Falongos, a resident o f C lifton,
Thurston county w
. i ill
l l build a steel
H o t F ig h t in g P r o b a b le .
A a A g e d »« .M l«» -
O r., for the past six years, waa killed
K - L . t . with 200-foot
...... “ span
Washington, OcL 27.'— In his last P bridge
Total number o f known dead, 19; i
Simla, OcL 27. — Official dispatches
bp th e eaving o f an embankment on
Valparaiso, Ind., Oct. J *-""1
w eekly report to Surgeon-General W y
(lie grade of tbe Aatoria A Columbia from Khangarbur received today state estimated number of dea«l, 38.
Charles Decker, the oldest man
man, Sanitary Inspector Brunner, of
the advance upon Semagh* pass on
R iv e r rail-oad.
A N $w T r ia l fo r L n « t | » r i
A dispatch from Madrid saya there ia bulb aides, in which the inauigent
the marine h.wr .t .l service report. bouses~.n«l min.
m Dayton, and they Old. During the war, at that tis
Chicago, OcL 20.— State’* Attorney ■even deaths from starvation in Har- are now
Jiecussion at the Spanish capital tribes are collecting in great force, and
of an allianoe between where furious fighting ia expects«! to Deneen late thia afternoon decide«! to ana, for the week ended October 7, and V e r y littl«"**“ ' * flUe<l to OTerflo w m g. ing 61 year« old, he enlisted is
ej, * thi
and Portugal, reported to be in occur, w ill be resumed tomorrow. T h e put Luetgert on trial for a second time 32 for the week ended October 14. He d
§ being 90l'‘ or »hip. pany I, Nineteenth In«ii*B*
e f negotiation. T h e Porto- position taken up by the enemy Is o f some day next week. N ew evidenoe also reports rapid incream in intestinal higher n r i * ! ™ * t0 ho,d for * serving ona year, when be 1
ription. Tribesmen haa been discovered, it ia said, relating «li*?****, due to contracted food ■jpnlv*
mister o f marine, who is now
charged for disability.
if tb» ‘ Price ia
i to make thè
if deter- to testimony o f three witneeaee for the and estimate* that two-fifth* of th i
* of tbe defense. N o arrangement wee n a o h id I total deaths o f the city ars due to this m t m e y T Z
Ap p l“ * pears and pi am«
w lU «u t m «.r d I-tai-h
as to hail.