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AbiMka R um I i .
Will Now Reduce the Size of
Milling ( illillis.
ENGLAND AFTER SHERMAN
British Ne wopa per» Consider His
marks Highly Offensive.
San Franciflco, Aug. 12.— A special
Toronto, Aug. 11.—A special to the
Aug. 11.—Commenting on
from Victoria to the Chronicle ways:
Hugh C. Wallace Talks of Globe from Ottawa says the Dominion Three Gold-Seekers Perish the London,
interview of the New York World
For several days anxious inquiries
government has received several im
the Great Gold Strike.
in Alaskan Ice Fields.
with Secretary Sherman, St. James’s
have been made regarding the Pacific
portant decisions in regard to the Yu
Gazette this afternoon says:
| Coast steamer Mexico, which was
kon country and the working of the
“Sherman’s utterances afford no ma
Ixsrkeil to leave tomorrow on her second
gold fields there. It has been decided
EXTENT OF THE RICH DIGGINGS to ap|M>int an administrator for the div
trip to Dyea.
OVERTAKEN BY SEVERE STORM terial for denial by his friends of the
statement that he is suffering from
The steamer Topeka, which arrived
trict, who will have entire charge of
! here this evening, reports that the
all the Canadian officials there ami be
St. James’s Gazette refers to the
steamer Mexico, m> August 5, while g<>-
the chief executor tor the government. One of Them Left a Note Giving an Ac
Kalnokv incident when it says:
i ing into Dixon eutrancefrom Sitkadur-
Joseph Walsh, a former commander of
count of Their Terrible Suffer
"Austria properly severed diplomatic
i ing a heavy tqg at foil speed, struck
the No-thwest mounted jiolice, is to be
ings From Cold and Hunger.
relations with Great Britain, and Glad
A woman’s Klondike syndicate ha*
J the steamer sank in 500 feet of water,
Tacoma'Aug. 10. — Hugh C. Wallace, of mounted *|M*lice to leave Manitoba
Seattle, Aug. 9.—There now remains stone apologized for his attack on the
Keen organized in New York city.
the prominent banker, who has proba next week for the gold country has been no doubt as to the fate of Charles A. dual monarchy, and asked why there
Tlie transatlantic liner St. Paul has
The captain exhibited great coolness, bly made a more careful investigation increased from 20 to 35.
They will Blackstone, George Batcher and J. W. is one law in Europe and another in
again lowered her record across the , and, with the officers, did everything of the Klondike than anybody on the take with them two Maxim guns.
Malique, the Cook’s inlet miners who America?”
The Globe says: “Secretary Sher
that was possible.
The mining rules have been amended have been missing since April. Black
coast who has not' actually been there,
Mrs. C. A. Shurte and her two chil
The passengers and crew were saved, having interviewed a great number of in an important particular. At present stone’s body has been found, and on man bad better rid himself of the idea
dren «ere suffocated by smoke in their with their hand baggage, in small boats. the miners who came down on the Port a miner is at liberty to stake out a claim his body was a diary stating his part that Uncle Sam is going to lions this
oountry either on gold or on the fish
iioine at Arlington, Or.
After rowing till midnight, they ar- land last month, and other people who of 500 feet, running along with the ners hail frozen to death.
have traveled in the upper Yukon coun stream and back to the bank. This has
Word has been received in New York : rived at Metlakahtla.
When the steamer Lakniesailed from eries. The idea of Europe being afraid
The time the ship struck is believed try and prospected along the main river been reduced to 100 feet, and the new Seattle for Cook’s inlet, Alaska, in of a third-rate naval power like the
from Calcntta that the Indian relief ex
and its branches, said to a press repre regulation will go into force imme March, 1896, she carried among her United States could only have occurred
pedition which left San Francisco last to be 4 in the morning.
The ship is a total loss. The passen sentative:
June, has arrived safely. The cargo,
diately. Acoifrt fortheadministration passengers Blackstone, Batcher and to a lunatic or to Sherman.”
The utterances attributed to Secre
"There is no doubt that the Yukon of civil and criminal questions in the Malique. The men attempted to cross
st is said, will be more acceptable even gers and crew are on the Topeka.
Captain Wallace and his officers will yield more gold than has been gold districts has also been decided the portage glacier on a prospecting tary Sherman upon which the com
Justice McGuire, of Prince tour and were frozen to death.
It is ments of the London papers was based
A wind, rain anil hailstom which quietly waited their turn to be lowered taken from any river on this coast, or u|>on.
evident Blackstone made his way down are as follows:
jiassed over Northern Wisconsin did I over die side into the boats. This was probably in any other part of the world. Albert, is topreside over the court.
"England is a great country, but jt
the glacier to • where it pitches into
more than $100,009 damage to the to performed without a hitch, with splen The Yukon runs through a country not
not always safe to assume she is
Prince William sound. His body was
bacco farmers on Coon prairie, the
After the passengers were safely off are universally reported to be rich.
found at the foot of the glacier, to- ready to follow up every quarrel with
heart of the growing section of the
gether with the remains of his dog. blows. She quarrels oftener than she
county. Fully four-fifths of the crop the ship, the officers rfnd crew turned Miners who have worked along the river Tlie Old Collier Sail* With
On his body was the following memo- fights. It would be exceedingly diffi
cult for her to fight us all alone about-
which the passengers had in their cab per day is easily found.
Seattle, Wash., Aug.
11.. — The random:
A rich gold And is reported from the
our seal catchings. Russia and Japan
ins, and the treasure and valuables be
"The existence of gold in *uch quan steamer Willamette, with the largest
Sparta district in Union county, Ore
tities along the main river is abundant number of passengers ever carried by a to certify that George Batcher froze to are in a similar position, and any quar
longing to the steamer.
gon. The find has caused no little ex
There was no time to attempt to save proof of rich diggings in other branches single steamer to Alaska is now on her death Tuesday night, J. W. Malique rel between the United States and
citement, and a big amount of quartz
anything stowed below decks, and as it than the Klondike. It is certain there way to Dyea. She carries 815 passen died Wednesday forenoon, C. A. Black England on this score would probably
3ias been boxed up for shipment direct
was, everything in the cabins was not- was two months ago somewhere between gers, 200 head of live stock and over stone had his ears, nose and four fingers involve those other countries.”
to the mint. It is estimated that it
secured, though the captain and crew $6,000,000 and $8,000,000 already taken 2,000 tons of freight.
on his right hand and two on his left
will go at least $40,909 to the ton.
AWAKE TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.
stayed on the steamer until it was no out and sent to Dawson City.
A seething crowd of people thronged hand frozen an inch back. The storm
For a month or more people living longer safe to do so.
one-half of this, it is believed, will the wharf to bid good-bye to Klondike- drove us on before it overtook us within
near Bald Knob, Ark., have been find
bound prospectors, and every whistle in an hour of the summit, and drove us Strange Case of a Carpenter Living at
They had not been away from her come down on the next two steamers.
ing valuable pearls in a lake near that many minutes when she made a final
"The gold thus fir taken out has the harbor gave lustily a parting salute. before it, and drove everything we had
place. Hundreds of people have been plunge and went down, stt;rn first.
St. Louis, Aug. 11.—John O. Sutte,
come from two or three small creeks
Freight was piled in every conceiv over the cliff, except our blankets and
o|>ening mussel shells in search of the
Reports able nook and corner.
She struck on her starboard bilge keel emptying into the Klondike.
In the hold, moose hide, which we all crawled un a carpenter and builder, has been
pearls, and some of the gems have been and a gaping hole was torn in her side. of other rich strikes have been obtained. pilothouse, cabins, dining rooms and der. The temperature is supposed to awake 25 years. His last slumber came-
found, some being sold for as much as Only a short time before, orders were Returning miners unite in declaring staterooms were piled an indiscriminate have been 40 degrees below zero. Fri so many years ago that he has forgotten
sent to the engineer to send her full that prospecting has scarcely begun. mass of clothing, hay, grubstakes, lum day I started for salt water. I don’t what it is like to lie down at night and
Either orased by liquor or laboring ahead, and, consequently, she went Men engaged in profitable enterprises ber and supplies of all descriptions.
know how I got there with the outfit awake refreshed and rejuvenated.
on Puget sound are leaving them for tbe
under a delusion that he was being ¡>èr- right through the roeks.
Down below were the horses, crowded Saturday afternoon.
I gathered up Sleep is an unknown quantity with
He either lies upon his bed
I am informed that profit together in little cubbyholes, called everything and have enough grub for Sutte.
eecuted, John Thomas, a prospector
Had she been an iron vessel, few Klondike.
lately from Fort Steele district, started would have lived to tell of the accident. able diggings and prosperous towns in “stalls” only by courtesy. The horses ten days providing the bad weather and gazes on the stars, or, if in a rest
a fuel lade with a revolver on the streets She would have gone down like a rock. Alaska are being almost deserted in didn’t like ttoe prospect.
That is to don’t set in. Sport was blown over less mood, takes long walks into the
of Spokane., which resulted in mortally
At New Metlakahtla, where they had the rush for the new eldorado.
say they made considerable objection the cliff I think I hear him howl country, returning at daybreak to begin
work in his little shop, just north of
“There will be a mighty and contin-’ before they consented to be swung on every once in a while.”
wounding two men and painful injuries to spend several days awaiting the ar
His neighbors call
to another man and boy.
rival of the Topeka, news of the wreck nous stream of people from Puget sound the boat by means of an engine and
It would appear that Blackstone the house.
went over the cliff with the intention “The man who never sleeps.”
A special to the Toronto Globe from having been sent to her by the steamer for the next six weeks, and I believe it large box.
Sutte attributes his sleeplessness
The work of loading the big steam of finding his dog.
From his diary it
Ottawa says that the Doipinion govern A)-Ki, the passenger* and crew had is no exaggeration to say that there
ment has received several important their wants attended to by Rev. Mr. will be 100,000 men go. in next Febru ship Willamette began at midnight. seems that he found his dog, and finally noise which continually roars in
ary, March, April and May. To my Of the 800 people on board, 565 took in order to prevent starving to death head like a cataract.
decisions in regard to the Yukon coun Duncan anil his Indians.
Of the 775 passengers, 40 were tour knowledge, letters are being received passage here, 175 at Tacoma and 85 at he was forced to kill and eat the anima), sounds like the buzz and whirr of
try. and the working of the gold fields
but it w’as of no avail; no relief came wheels sawing their way through heavy
there. It has been decided to appoint ists, who made the round trip, and oth daily from every section of this coun San Francisco.
timber. Again the sounds resemble
and he starved or froze to death.
an administrator for the district, who ers were coming south from different try, and from European cities as well,
APPEALING FOR FOOD.
On May 27. just two months after escaping steam, but at times they
will have entire charge of all the Can Alaskan ports. Included in the latter making inquiry as to means of reaching
the men left Sunrise City, the body of mingle in a horrible deafening roar.
adian officials there and be the chief were naturalists who had spent the Alaska in the spring.
Their Families Are Starving While the
Owing to the noises in his head,
“Old Yukoners say the trip can be ’
summer in Western Alaska collecting
Blackstone was found by George Hall,
Striker» Refuse to Work.
executor for the government.
made any month in the year. The
Pittsburg, Aug. 11.—Appeals for a prospector from Seattle, and the re Sutte does not hear readily.
Freight rates have been reduced con specimens for the Columbia museum.
perilous and difficult part of the trip has food and provisions were numerous at mains were buried. Blackstone was 39 that the ringing in his ears was caused
siderably by the O. R. & N. and N. P. Their specimens, instruments and notes
consisted heretofore of a climb over the headquarters of the miners’ officials years old, was a native of Oregon and by an overdose of quinine which was
went down with the steamer.
to British Columbia points.
the mountain passes requiring a portage in this city today.
It appeared as if had lived in Portland, Centralia, administered to him in 1872. He took
The Seattle Coal & Iron Company
52 graine at one dose, and when he
of 28 miles from salt water to the first there was a wail from every section of Wash., and Seattle.
A Four Days' Clean-Up.
*nen at Issaquah, Wash., have quit
Batcher was a native of Montana, awoke next day he heard a noise in his
Redding, Cal., Aug. 12.—J. B. and of a series of lakes, forming the Yukon the district, and miners in person were
work. They want more pay, and object R. B. Graves boarded the overland headwaters.. This difficulty is now over,
was 36 years of age, and for many years head which has remained there ever
to a deduction by weight for carloads train tonight, having in their posses for since the using of White’s pass be present to ask that the suffering ones followed mining.
since, keeping him awake every day
be looked after. Secretary Warner was
having slate and shale.
Sutte is 79
Maliqu^ was a native of Indiana, and night for 25 years
sion $42,000 in gold, the result of gan, three weeks ago, horses can be kept busy answering the appeals. He
The government armor board met in four days’ work on Morrison gulch, a used for packing outfits the entire dis said tonight that be had sent more than was 38 years of age, was a graduate of years old. He carries his age grace-
Washington and accepted the offer of tributary of Coffee creek, beyond Cur- tance over the mountains, and miners 11,000 worth of provisions into various Hamilton college. Mo., and was a prac fully and does not look the worse for
4'ramps to furnish diagonal armor for ville, in Trinity county. They have themselves can ride if they choose, ft
parts of the district. The appeals are tical miner. For many years he bad his long siege of wakefulness
the battleship Indiana.
The govern been mining on the gulcli forayear is three days from Puget sound to this now coming in from the families, the as a partner Mr. Hall, the hero of this
HER BOY WAS UGLY-
ment price was satisfactory.
past, and ran a tunnel into a ledge of pass.
heads of which are at the various min story.
"The effect of these discoveries on j ing camps using their influence to keep
The New York Tribune, in discussing red and black iron formation 3 '2 feet
FATAL CHICAGO FIRE.
A Quitman, Georgia. Mother Commit» a
event* thst led up to the assassination wide. They struck several (lockets of business on Puget sound has been elec other men from working.
of (fanovas. makes the statement that pure gold embedded in the ledge, one
A series of meetings are to be held Five Firemen Were Kilted and Fifty
Quitman, Ga., Aug. 11.—Fishermen
the government is responsible for the of the purest yielding $4,000, while crease in the production of gold will all over the district.
It is expected to
discovered the body of a 6-year-old boy
lise and progress of anurrtliy in Spain. several others yielded from $3,000 to stimulate every artery of trade.”
keep up the interest in every section
9. — Five lives were floating on the surface of a pond near
An expjusion of a lamp started a fire
No Klondike for Him.
and strengthen every point where there
lost in an explosion this evening dur- this place and later identified it as the
tn a load of hav in a livery barn in from the mouth of the tunnel, and 12
Port Townsend, Aug. 10 —An evi is the least indication of weakness.
The Ham<* spread feet from the surface, they uncovered a dence that many people started for the The vigils on the mines of the New ing a fire in the Northwestern grain son of Mrs. Idella Powell Banks, a
with great swiftness, and before they large |H>cket of pure god. In four days gold fields of Alaska during the strain York & Cleveland Gas Coal Company elevator, at Cook and West Water widow, owning a farm just outside of
could be suppressed caused a total |OH> they took out 1*13 pounds, avoirdupois of mental excitement was given here are to be kept up, and the vigor in streets. Four of the dead are firemen: Quitman.
the body of another fireman is thought
The actions of the mother when noti
weight. The largest piece was there last night, when the steamer Queen creased from day to day.
to be buried in the ruins. From the fied of the discovery aroused the suspi
sailed for the north. Just after the
F. L. Johnson, while driving a band
The pocket yielded $42,000. steamer blew her W’liistle to cast off her West Elizabeth made a march on the force with which the explosion swept cions of the coroner anil she was subse
of horses near the» Pine Creek reserve, thick.
the spot on which they were standing,
in Baker county, Oregon, bentover to The ledge is still intact, and averages lines, an excited passenger, who had mines of the Elizabeth Mining Com they must have been instantly killed. quently arrested and placed in jail.
Here she was visited by a minister, to
drink out of a stream in the ravine,
Roberts. About 50 men were going to Either the bursting of a boiler or the whom she confessed having murdered
to Dyea, veiled out:
his revolver fell out of his pocket, and,
The Electrical Chair.
explosion of mill dirt caused the havoc. her child.
The reason she gave was
“Boy*, divide tiled—d mess between work. After a consultation the men
exploding, killed him instantly.
Dannemora, N. Y., Aug. 12.—Frank
The four firemen, who were killed by that he was too ugly to be permitted to
An official dispatch received In Con C. Conroy, the Ogdensburg wife-mur
the falling wails of the elevator are: live, and was a constant source of em
The disgusted passenger refused to loading a flat. They agreed to go out
stantinople says several thousand Ar derer,, was executed by electricity at
J. Schnur, Joseph Strikman, barrassment to her on that account.
menian agitators from Persia invaded Clinton prison today., Conroy was pro give his name, but said lie would pre as soon as it was loaded, which will John J. Coogan and Jacob S. Stramer. She said that she walked by the pond,
Turkey and killed 800 of the Migriki nounced dead 4% tninlttes after the first
An unidentified man was blown into anil when she tried to push him in he
company made an effort to get permis
tribe, including women and children. shock
He walked between Fathers the chances of crossing Chilkoot pass
the river, but the body was not recov resisted with all his feeble strength.
The wife of the chief was put n> death Belanger and Cotter until supported to
She broke down completely in jail, ami
Evidently there were several disciples tinue work on a 69-cent basis. This
with the most cruel tortures, and sev the chair, his eyes upon the crucifix and
Besides these dozens rtf firemen and says she wants to be hanged as soon as
eral other victims hail their noses and praying. lie met his fate calmly.
the mine will be idle as soon as the flat passers by were more or less cut and possible. The child’s face was dis
ears cut off.
On the morning of May 20. 1896, Francisco, yesterday bound for Alaska, is loaded.
bruised by glass and flying dubris. In figured by a birthmark.
Consul-General Hayward, in a re|x»rt Frank Conroy returned to his home in for just before the Queen sailed last
all 51 firemen were injured.
From New York to Alaska.
A Grewgome Discovery.
to the state department, states that Ogdensburg from Montreal. Walking night, several well dressed young men
New York, Aug. 11.—The first ship
during 1896 American vessels number into the house he accused his wife of rushed around the city in quest of
Valley, Neb., Aug. 11.—A grading
A SLUMP IN SILVER.
ing 247, of 843,983 tons, hntered Ha unfaithfulness. Angered at her denials, change' f<W greenbacks. They sjid they sailing from New York direct to the
company at work near here exhumed 1»
waiian ports, while vessels of all other he snatched up a carving-knife and were going down the Yukon river in Klondike gold fields is advertised to The Price Declined One and One-Quarter skeletons. All the j>ofDes were in a
It is to be
good state of preservation, and were
nationalities numbered 139, of 234,014 hacked her head and throat until she boats, and. in ease they fell overboard, leave about August 21.
Cent» at New York.
paper money would be ruined by get sent, by the New Y’ork & Alaska Gold
evidently buried with their clothes on
tons. These are the only foreign ]>orts was dead.
His two little daughters,
Exploring and Trading Company. The
and without coffins.' Five Wero fe
where a majority of the carrying trade aged 5 and 7, witnessed the murder.
violent males. The bodies had probably been
ed in passing bills, two-thirds of which company has not yet selected its vessel,
ia now under the American flag.
have been found to be counterfeit. One but it promises to dispatch a steamship break of the season’s decline, In Lon- in the ground 15 or 20 years, but no
Drenaed Beef on the Rlne.
Gulli has confessed that he killed
Kansas City, Aug. 12.—The whole saloonist, in a batch of $240 in bills, capable of carving 200 passengers and don, the price dropped •.,<! per ounce resident of the locality can recall any
Hr nor Canovas to avenge the Barcelona
from yesterday’s price, selling at 2534jl
anarchist*, and the insurgent leader, sale price of dressed beef by all the big received two $20 Confederate bills of 1.500 tons of freight. It says the ship per ounce, as against 27‘2da month burying ground located here, nor does
rumor relate of anything in the past
Don Jose Rizal, who was executed at
ago. The New Y’ork price fell to 55*40
that will account for the presence of
Manila, Philippine islands, I*i>cend>er price on dressed beef now is 6 cents, veloped the fact that they were left Horn to Juneau in 50 or 60 days.
More than 50 names have been listed
the skeletons. The liodies were covered
30 last, as the instigator of thé Philip whereas on Saturday fair togissl West
for the voyage.
Not more than 200 terday anil 14c within a month. At with only a few feet of earth, and were
pine revolution. Dr. Rizaldenied that ern beef could be bought for 4:14 to 5't
passengers will Ire allowed to embark.
Imprartlcablr Exposition Schemes.
placed in a large trench. Apparently
he was a relsd leader, but he admitted cent*. Better grades were raised in
ver dollar is a trifle more than 43
the skeletons are those of white people.
that he had drawn up the statutes of proportion. The best grades of bacon
Paris, Aug. 10.—A hundred projects The cost per passenger, including berth, cents.
were also raised I l8 cents per pound. for attractions for the Paris exposition meals and transportation of 500 pounds
the Philippine league.
Fall in Spanish Securites.
A Portland, Ind., dispatch says: A The dealers claim that the raise in of 1900 were submitted to the commit of baggage direct to Juneau is to be great weakness in silver to liquidation
London, Aug. 11.—On the stock ex
south-bound Grand Rapids A Indiana price is proof positive that the big com tee today. They included the building »175.________________
of New York holders of the bullion.
change here today Spanish securities
freight train went through the bridge bine, about which so much lias In-.-n of a copy of Bartholdi’* statue of lib
More Steamers for Alaska.
> Such a decline as today’s has not fell one-half a point on the news of the
«(tanning the Wabash river a mile heard lately, is a fact, and that it lias erty in New Y’ork harbor 600 feet high;
San Francisco, Aug 11.—Two steam been witnessed since June, 1893. The
north of Geneva.
The engine and begun the expected squeezing process. the construction of a restaurant under ers will sail for the north today with India mints were closed to free silver assassination of Premier Canovas del
tender fell into the river and cars piled They declare that they will go into a water, to be built of glass; an enor their carrying capacity taxed to the ut coinage June 26 of that year. On the Castillo. Later in the day.Spanish se
<>n them. Engineer Barney Reid and combine of their own and btitulier their mous vertical screw, with a nut fitted most. The Umatilla will be sent to news, bullion fell in London from curities recovered three-eighths of the
Fireman James Gallagher went down own meat. The packers deny that as a cafej a reproduction of the Trojan Seattle by the Pacific Coast Steamship
37 4*1 Per ounce to a price below 30d,
there ia anv combine.
horse, capable of holding 1,000 people, Company, and the ’South Coast will but it rallied sharply later.
with the engine. The former
The chemist of the agricultural de
legs crushed, and was other«'
and plans for fitting the Eiffel tower also Ire dispatched. The Umatilla will 1
partment in Washington thinks that
The greatest length of England and with a spiral railroad and toboggan take away about 400 passengers ami
injured. He will die. Firem
A huge cypress tree in Title, in the the oil made of sunflower seed, which
laglier and Brukeman James Clifford Scotland, north and south, is abuut chute, The committee decided that transfer them to the City of Topek 1 at state of Oxaca, Mexico, is 154 feet in he says is a perfect substitute for olive
none of the schemes were practicable. some Puget sound port.
were severely injured
oil, is the coming salad oil.
A* a result of war between Atlantic
Although the South Coast is not yet
Caught by m Mower.
Dele ware Iron Works Resume.
Flour on the Rise.
coast lines, freight is being carried
A Head-End Collision.
Wilbur,Wash., Aug. 10.—While cut loader! she is very low in the water,
Wilmington, Del., Aug, 12 —After a
Chicago, Aug. 9.—Flour is rising in
from NewY’ork to Galveston for 2 cents
Indianapoils. Aug. 11.—The Chicago
ting grain yesterday afternoon the 4- and seafaring men say that with her price, and has reached $5 a barrel. Last
a hundred weight.
year-old son of Peter McKay in some load in a rough sea she will have great April it cost 91.10, the low price of the express on the Pennsylvania line and a
Acconling to a dispatch from Copen iron works, at Newcastle, resumed way managed to get in the tall grain in difficulty in getting through.
The advance has been steadv Monon switch engine came together in
hagen. received in London. Captain operations yesterday, giving employ front of the machine, and had one of
some of those in the trade a head-end collision at Market street
The Gyp»?*» Prediction.
Mortensen, of the bark Ansager, bound
his little limbs completely severed.
continue until war-time crossing this morning. William Mar
from Dublin to Onega, at the mouth of
Malaga. Aug. 11.—Old inhabitants
The other was badly mangled, but Dr.
tin, the Monon engineer, was instantly
the Onega river, on the White sea, re-
Y'oung thinks that he can save it if he of this city relate that when Canovas
kilted and both engines completely
(torts that on July 13. when about two
del Castillo was’ a young assistant mae-
St. Petersburg. Aug. 9.—Word has wrecked. No passengers were injured.
can save the child's life.
the highest point
lays' sail east of North cape, the north j sold today at 7W
ter at a school here, a gypev woman been received that during the recent
A flve-cent stamp must adorn every told his fortune. She predicted that flood* 38 persons were drowned by the
ernmost point of Europe, then being in reached during the present campaign,
The tongue of most serpents is really
Artic waters, he saw a collapsed bal- i The advance today was primarily op day book, ledger or other account book he would become great, and would meet collapse of a bridge at Kertle, province
though this memlier seems to
kept bv a business house in Mexico.
'•ton. which he b-Leved to beAndree's.
with a violent death.
be of no particular use to the reptile.
M c M innville .