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Yamhill County Reporter
'. H. HAKM1AKT. Publisher.
Opened by the Landing of Throe I.ui j«
Minister Woodford Insists That
Eud the War.
Attempt to Rraiune Work at Latimer
Hazleton, Pa., Spet. 23.—The strike
New York, Sept. 23.—The Journal
Sept. 22.—A dispatch from
Miners Are Reaching Lakes San Paris,
Sebastian to Le Temps, this city, Evidence of Steady Growth situation again assumed an unclean
. . OREGON. I and Advertiser prints the following:
phase this morning. . An attempt to
The Cuban junta has received advices
says that in his interview yesterday
by a New Trail.
resume work was made at Pardee’s Lat
of the safe landing on different parts of
imer mines, but only 300 oirt of 1,300
Cuba of three big expeditions between
ister for foreign affairs. United States
miners returned to work. These were
the 1st and 12th of the present month.
Minister Woodford did not present any
They were the most important that had TWO THOUSAND HAVE CROSSED claim for indemnity, but confined the ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST mainly Italians, with a few English-
been dispatched since last winter, anil
interview to a statement of the great
great joy prevails at the headquarters
During the night Hungarians parad
Interesting Collection of Current Event.
of the junta, where the news arrived Many Will Bench the Yukon With Their suffered in the United States through a rr«n All the Cities »nd Towm ol ed thorugh the settlement, beating tin
In Condensed Form From
ProvisiouA taten Up—How the
that they had eluded the Spanish, who
cans and kettles and raising a big
the Thriving Sister State*
prolongation of the Cuban war.
were believed at one time to have been
racket. This was done to notify those
New Koad Was Made.
General Woodford is said to have
of their race that they must not go
Commander Booth-Tucker has ar ou their track.
Six hundred cases of big salmon were back to work. The warning was ob
Seattle, Sept. 21.—The most con
The three ships carried a large quan
rived in Denver to complete the ar
spicuous figure of the grand confusion sired him to declare to the Spanish gov put up at Wist’s cannery, at Nehalem served, and this morning a band of
rangements for establishing a Salvation tity of dynamite and other munitions,
together with an immense supply of at Skaguay and the White pass is with sible for Spain to end the rebellion in a last week.
Hungarians.led by women, were march
Army colony in the Arkansas valley.
Mr. Stadleman, of The Dalles, has ing and threatening to march on the
for the army of patriots. In out doubt Sylvester Scovel, the corre reasonable time, and, further, that if
In Joseph Hayward’s saw mill, neat
spondent of the New York World, who,
received news of 8,000 boxes of prunes mines biter on in the day. The 13th
Macon, Mo., a large boiler exploded all there were over 40 men on board, recognizing the necessity for tools and the war was continued, Cuba would be
and killed three workmen, Charles going either to join the Cuban army for dynamite to put the trail in passable devastated and of no utility to Spain or shipped to New York. The prunes regiment is keeping close watch for
In conclusion, the were sold at from 40 to 60 cents.
Ilea tor, Walter Fergureon and Albert the first time or returning to the ranks. condition, contributed both at an ex- to the Cubans.
Helix, in Umatilla county, is hav
Now? of a disturbance at Eckley
Yost. The mill was blown to frag, There were two doctors and two den jiense of several thousand dollars, en United States minister is reported to
ing a bit of a boom. A good many reached
brigade headquarters this
Three of the most important mem abling many to get through to the gold
The graduates of the deaf, dumb and bers of the expedition were Carlos fields this fall. Mr. Scovel is now in upon the necessity of terminating the sales of town lots have been made re morning. The strikers there had fixed
today for a decision as to whether or
blind asylum at Berkley, Cal., have Dubel, Carlos Duonocose and J. L. the city, having arrived today on the war, declaring if it were not termin cently at double last year’s prices.
Much wheat is being piled up in tha not to strike. They atempted to return
organized a novel sixsiety. its purpose Ahumada, former officers of the Chilean steamer Rosalie, on a flying trip to com ated by the end of October the United
States would feel justified in taking warehouses in The Dalles, where it is and otfiers gathered about the mine in
is to influence wealthy people, and, if army, who hail been in New York for municate with the World.
jxissible, the federal and state govern several weeks awaiting an opportunity
Mr. Scovel brings the news, which measures to secure the independence of waiting the arrival of some man who a menacing manner.
and E, of the Fourth regiment, were
ments, in establishing scholarships for to go to Cuba to help in the fight for will come with comforting assurance Cuba. The Duke of Tetuan, according wants to pay 80 cents a bushel for it.
the blind in leading educatioanal insti independence. Among the leaders were to thousands of iieople who have friends to a dispatch to Le Temps, while pro
The closed fish season ended last week sent over and gave the would-be work
testing against the alleged American | and numerous wheels were set in mo ers protection.
Brigadier-General Rafael Cardenas,
“pretensions,” said he would reply
The men at Drifton and Jeddo, in
The United States steamship San Major Coronado, the editor of the 2,000 men, with complete outfits, will officially to the United States minsister tion near The Dalles. Nearly all of
the same district, did not go out.
Francisco, the flagship of the Eurojtean Havana paper La Discussion, who had
when the Spanish court returns to ermen anticipate an extra good ri n
The 2,500 miners at Lehigh and
squadron, has arrived at Tangier, to flee from Cuba last winter, and Ger- he believes that only a small fraction Madrid.
Wilkesbarre, and the McAdoo miners
Morocco, in order to investigate and rado Forrest, of the Porto Rican junta, of this number will reach Dawson City
kept their word ami went to work un
Will Cause a Sensation.
obtain redress, if necessary, for the re- all of whom are well-known in this before winter.
Scio has a well-developed case cf der heavy military protection.
jsirted flogging of American citizens at city, where they havo lived many
Madrid, Sept. 22. — In official circles scarlet fever in the family of Fred
could obtain, gathered from all sources, ■here the greatest secrecy is maintained Smith, The attack is a light one, and
Stands by the Miners.
Mogador, and also to enforce the prom years.
ised settlement of former claims of the
Topeka, Sept. 22.—Charles Devlin,
The doctors in the party are Juan he believes that 2,500 men have gotten regarding the United States’ ultima is not regarded as at all serious. All
United States against Morocco.
Bruon Zayas and Francisco Vila, and over the Chilkoot pass and have gone tum, which is looked upon as bound to due precaution is being taken to pre the big coalmine operator in Illinois,
The inexorable discrimnating law of the dentists Frederico Trujillo and Fon- on down to the mines. These men, cause a great sensation in Europe and vent the spread of the disease in town. and one of the largest individual oper
China, which condemns a paracide to tainillas. The other interesting mem however, have, with few exceptions, to have the greatest consequences for
Professor P. A. Snyder recently made ators in the United States, stands by
death by the slicing process, whether bers of this expedition were a number gone in with little or no supplies, the Spain.
a requisition on the United Stites fish the miners who are fighting for living
While not intending it, it is be commission for 2,000 brook trout, and wages and against the operators wha
he be the perpetrator of a wilful crims of Cubans who escaped from the Span average amount taken by each man be
or the victim of an accident, is terribly ish nenal settlement in Africa and re ing not over 500 or 600 pounds, not lieve I the action of the United States has received a letter from Commisiion- meet at Springfield today to try to
more than enough to get him to the has greatly facilitated the solution of
arrived in New York.
illustrated by a case now vexing the cently
er Brice stating that arrangements had further reduce wages.
This is the opening of the fall cam- scene of the great gold fields, where pro the ministerial crisis, and there will been made to have the fish delivered at
In an interview this morning he
people of Shanghai. A boy of 11 was
be a reorganization of the conserva Hood River within 40 days.
■winging some article about his head in paign, ” said Thomas Estrada Palma, visions are not to be had.
tives under General Azcarraga as pre
“The miners of Illinois should get a
play, when it happened to strike his speaking of the expedition, . “It is an
The O. R. &. N. is in the market price equal to the Columbus scale. The
mother, who died from the effects of earnest, moreover, of our i intention to uay river bank, where there is an easy mier, and Don Francisco Silvella,
for 75,000 railroad ties to be used be
the blow. He was condemned to be pursue a vigorous policy during th® grade, though of course greatly ob leader of the dissident conservatives.
price which they were forced to accept
structed with boulders, and in places
tween Pendleton and Huntington, and last May, and which they refused to
sliced to death, and, though efforts have coming winter.”
May Go Before the Powers.
been made to save him from this fear-
London, Sept. 22.—A Standard dis 000. As the age of the tie is six years, continue work on is not enough to keep
which jut out into the river, the have
PEACE AT HAZLETON.
ful end, so far they have not been HUO-
from San Sebastian says: The the tie business will be constant source body and soul together. The average
gone off to the side in their great rush
miner with steady work could not aver
to get through in a hurry. The trail government will take its time to reply of employment as long as the timber
age more than <1 per day the year
A dispatch iron* Vienna says that Nearly Every Colliery I n Working crosses and recrosses the river and to United States Minister Woodford, lasts in the Blue mountains.
round. Slavery for the miners would
the steamer Ika, with a crew of 10,
makes long detours which would be un and will probably lay the case before
The fish commissioners last week be preferable to the wages they are
an<l carrying 50 Australian passengers,
Hazleton, Pa., Sept. 23.—Peace has necessary by the use of a little dyna the European powers in the shape of an
wax entering the port at Fihme, on been restored in the anthracite region, mite. The sum of <5,000 would build a exhaustive exposition of the whole cast a seine in Lake Wallowa, in Wal getting, for in slavery they would have
the river Flumara, while the bora was and nearly every colliery there is work pack trail to the summit, and <2.000 matter.
But last year the foreign lowa county, and made a haul of over enough to eat and drink and wear,
blowing hard, when she collided w i th ing today. Included in these were the more would complete the trail to Lake office ascertained that the sympathies 1,000 fish known as “yanks,” but while under the present conditions and
which are a species of salmon. It was with the present prices they are forced
the English steamer Tira, which was Lehigh & Wilkesbarre company’s Au- Bennett.
Not more than <15,000 of the powers were not likely to be be
leaving. The bows of the Ika were denreid mines, employing 2,500 men. would be required to build a good yond platonic censure of the conduct of a bonanza for several Indians who hap to work for they cannot buy provisions
stove in and she sank in two minutes. The strike was practically inaugurated wagon road the entire distance.
the United States.
Much anxiety is pened to be thereat the time, and a few enough to live on, let alone clothe them
palefaces reaped a little benefit also.
selves and families. Since they came
Boats hastily put off and saved the by them, and their return to work Sat
“A man with two horses anil an out
captain and seven others, but most of urday caused a stampede of the other
There are a good many Indians in out the price of provisions has ad
fit weighing 2,000 pounds could, by the
the passengers perished. The casualty strikers. More than two-thirds of the
ROLLER MILLS BURNED.
Joseph, Wallowa county, just now. vanced, particularly flour, which has
use of the trail thus improved, take in
took place in full view of thousands strikers in the region are now working.
Indian after Indian can be seen on the risen not less than <1 per hundred.”
his outfit in five trips at the outside,
He says he is willing to join the
who crowded the pier in the greatest
with a melon under his arm, go
orr I n Estimated to Be Fully Two
and the expenditure of less than 18
The End of the Strike.
excitement and alarm.
Hundred Thousand DoliarN.
ing to his klootchman and pappoosee. operators in paying a price equal to the
days’ time. The possibility of making
Columbus scale, and will use every
Washington, Sept. 23. — M. D Ratch this trail a good one has been told me
According to E. Baldwin, the well-
Pendleton, Sept. 22.—The Pendleton These redskins come from the Nez
known authority on polar expeditious, iord, president of the United Mine by four different engineers of high roller mills, 500 barrels capacity, Perces reservation to hunt and fish in effort in that direction. He says he
there are many reasons for believing Workers of America, who is here to at standing, sent up into that country by owned by W. S. Byers, was destroyed Wallowa country. Phillip, chief of the has yet to meet the first large con
sumer of coal who is not in favor of
Andree, the Swedish aeronaut, is now tend a special meeting of the officers of different railway companies, whose by fire this morning. The tire is sup Nez Perces, is with them.
giving the miners a fair price for their
on his return trip from the polar re the Federation of Labor, gave the fol names I am not at liberty to state. A posed to have started in a small smut
The Elmore, Sanborn & Co.’s can labor.
lowing statement to the press today:
gions, an<l may soon be beard from.
railroad could be built on the same room in the first story, seen by the nery at Garibaldi, in Tillamook coun
Mayor Phelan, of San Francisco, has,
Foreign Miners Want Revenge.
route, but of course what is wanted is night watchman, who could not reach ty, is in operation again, and fishing is
in a very pointed way, warm! the board resume work in the bituminous coal an immediate inlet for the people there it, so awoke the other employes.
Chicago, Sept 22.—There is a move
of education that if it does not keep fields of the Central states. The strike and on the way. A trail that can be
The tire spread very rapidly, and was fishboats allowed to operate for the sea ment on foot in Chicago to determine
strictly within the lettei of the law in generally ends today. The mining sit packed over with horses is absoltuely seen by the night engineer in the son is limited to 20, and the price paid whether Sheriff Martin and his depu
the matter of appropriations it may be uation is not likely to become disturbed neede I, fur men are not going to pack woolen and scorning mill near, who is 25 cents for cliinooks and 12
cents ties can be prosecuted for the shooting
ousted from office, as wuH the board of again until the beginning of next year, on their backs. The Chilkoot trail, of whistled an alarm. The tire depart- for silversides, the extremely low price of striking miners at Hazelton. The
at which time we hope to be able to course, cannot be used for horse pack inent soon responded, but by this time
of canned salmon being alleged as the plan is to create a central committee
Three daughters of Preston Howard settle the wage differences amicably ing.
the large building was a mass of flame cause of the reduction.
made up subcommittees from the Litli-
were burned to death in their home at
unians, Poles, Bohemians and certain
"The men who have gone to the and nothing could be done except to
Port Alma, Ont. The rest of the fam-
save adjoining property.
labor unions, the membership of which
ily escaped from the burning building. gether one of the miners. While they grit have succeeded in getting over it
At one time the <80,000 courthouse pany’s tracks, in Douglas county, has is composed of these classes; then to-
The girls were aged 18, 10 and 8 years. have done the striking, the trades with their outfits, while those devoid of on the block opposite was smoking, but been assessed at <3,500 a mile north of collect a fund and employ lawyers tn
One of them had escaped, but met her unions and organized bodies have sup these qualities have given it up in dis the mill walls fell in and the firemen Roseburg, ami <3,000 a mile south of take charge of and push the case.
that city, but th s year Assessor Britt
death ill returning to assist her sisters. plied the necessaries, without which appointment.
The Lithunians met at Church hall,
It is from the latter were able to save the courthouse. The
Acting upon the request of the secre the miners could not have possibly suc class that you have heard so much of firemen had great difficulty from burst raised the valuation to <5,000. The Thirty-third street and Auburn avenue.
tary of agriculture the treasury depart
Speeches were made and resolutions
the terrible hardships of the trail—ten ing hose, and were handicapped by a
ment lias requested the secretaty of labor and not for any particular trade, derfeet who were either unaccustomed large crowd and the excitement of the sessed at 35 cents to <1.25 an acre, an adopted condemning the action of
state to instruct all the consular officers
Sheriff Martin and his men. Every
to work or afraid of it.
of the United States to refuse authenti helped us to feel that it’s their victory
The contents of a stone warehouse Assessor Britt has lumped the land at speaker urged that whatever is attempt
“When I arrived at Skaguay and had
cation of invoices of hides of meat
been over the route and had secured a near the mill were greatly damaged cials asked to have their roadbed as ed toward redress for the alleged wrong
cattle from districts in which anthrax
thorough knowledge of the conditions and almost ruined. The corrugated iron sessed the same as last year, and their should be within the limits of the law.
Sheriff and Deputies Arraigned.
The resolution treated the Hazelton
it. 1 saw that the confu warehouse was totally destroyed.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept. 23.—Sheriff
The unclaimed jewels and curios to
The loss is at least <200,000, half on land uniformly reduced to 35 cents an affair as a murder.
sion would continue to increase unless '
the value of <150,000 which were found
the men would organize and make a the plant and half on wheat, flour and
Ahl tor tile Coatminers.
in the ruins after the tire at the charity were arraigned in court this morning, united effort to fix up the trail. But other property.
In the mill elevator
Colo., Sept. 22.—All of the
bazaar in the Rue de Goujon, have been charged with the murder of 24 striking none of the men were willing to put 60,000 bushels of wheat were burned,
The Adams county bank has already
city churches last night took up collec
sold at auction. The money realized miners at Latimer. Several witnesses
the money necessary to buy dynamite
tions for the coalminers of the E. st.
will remain bonded for 30 years, after testified. The judge held the sheriff
and tools into the hands of any one bushels of wheat and 2,000 barrels of
The county superintendent of schools
wliioh all the money unclaimed goes to and deputies in <4,000 bail each for man; they did not know each other and flour. There was no insurance, save in Whitman county has divided that The amount will be placed in the hands
trial. Bail was furnished and they re
of a committee acting for the trades
were suspicious and distrustful. Every <50,030 on the mill building and county into six subinstitnte districts. assembly, and will be sent by them to
Congress will be asked at its coming turned to Hnzloton.
man wanted to push on, but was un
The hydro-smelting process of smelt the relief committee.
session to make a large appropriation
Illinois Miner« Accept the Scale.
willing to do anything to help others. supposed to lx- fireproof, but the intense ing ore was tried at the new plant in
for the manufacture of modern high-
Flood in Texa«.
Springfield, 111., Sept,
I doubt if even at the Greek retreat
power guns to be installed for service miners’ convention, the 23.—At the from Larissa was there such a desire the machinery was running at the time, Lakeview, Pierce county, last Tuesday,
Dallas, Tex., Sept. 22.—A News
on board auxiliary cruisers of the mended by the committee, based on the to get ahead of others. But the trail cleaning wheat, and no one was awake
special from El Paso says: Last night
The Prettyman schoolhouse, two
United States navy in time of war.
Columbus scale, was adopted. It was was deep in mud and blockaded, and in the mill save the night watchman. miles north of Oakesdale, burned last the people of Ahumada, about 50 miles
Captain Charles O'Neil, chief of the
voted that any place paying the price there was no head nor authority. In
week. Nothing was insured, except from this city, were visited by'the
bureau of ordnance, proposes to make a
can resume work at once without con- this dilemma, recognizing the need of S|H>ntaneous combustion.
building and on that there was worst flood tiiat ever happened in the
recommendation in his fortcoming an tract.
immediate action, in behalf of the
history of the state. Men, women and
nual report that at least <500,000 be
New York World I provided ample ex
children were driven from their beds,
Spokane, Wash., Sept. 22.—The 6-
appropriated for this purpose. It is es
Locked hi a Burning House.
A petition is being circulated in Seat and had to take refuge on the high
plosives and tools, being sure that with
timated that <3,000.000 will be re
New York, Sept. 23.—A special to means in their hands the Americans on year-old daughter of Mrs. Bartemns, of tle, asking that the civil-service sys ground with their household effects.
quired to equip with modern batteries the Tribune from Columb a. S. C.,
tem be abolished. The petition must There was not a place to shelter them,
the trail would pull out of the mud. terday.
While Mrs. Bartemns was
the 28 steamers now enrolled in ths says: Andrew Smith and wife, col
This they did. When the news ar away from the home the child under be signed by 20 per cent of those who many houses in town tumbling down in
government service as
auxiliary ored, living near Donalds, Abbeville rived that the World had provided the
voted at the last municipal election be great heaps, and many more are ex
county, locked in their house six chil necessary dynamite and tools, the men took to build a tire. She poured coal fore it can be considered. This means pected to collapse any moment. Unless
Fire was discovered
1675 names must be secured.
dren, the youngest of whom was 18 organized and went to work—800 of
relief comes soon, women and children
oil on her clothing. When she struck
slope of mine No. 2, at
months old and the eldest 7 years. them.
The state has selected 18,758 acres in will be in a sad plight, as it is raining
Three |x>ints of rock which a match her clothing ignited. She ran
Alxiut 100 men were employed in th® The parents went to church. An hour
jutted out into the river, and which into the street, closely followed by her township 24 north, range 11 west, for hard, and another bad night seems in
mine. At once an alarm was given. later neighbors heard frightful screams
charitable educational, penal and re evitable.
necessitated long and lalmrious de
A panic followed among the workmen coming from Smith's house, the inter tours, were blasted out, saving from older brother, who was ill with measles. form schools. The plat selection was
Two Regent« Resign.
and hundreds gathered at the main en ior of which was in flames. Negroes two and a half to three miles of travel, He tried to smother the Hames but was filed September 3, and the plat of the
Pullman, Wash., Sept. 22. — Regents
trence of the smoking mine, while made heroic efforts to save the child making a passable route for hundreds unsuccessful. The clothing was almost township was filed July 6. All set
entirely burned from the child’s Ixxly.
Wind us and Powell have resigned as
rescue parties were nt once formed to ren, but it was impossible to reach of men and horses."
To ease her frightful pain, physicians tlers who have not made their tilings regents of the Washington agricultural
relieve the miners. More than 50 wera them, and all |x*risbed. It is supposed
administered chloroform. She died a befbre the end of 90 days from July 6 college and school of science, having
gotten out from the various entrances that an oil lamp burning was over
Nugget« From th«* Swank.
few hours later. The mother is pros will lose their land. This will work a sent their resignation to Governor Rog
without harm. Others were overcome turned. When the parents returned a
hardship for that country, as this is
Her husband diet! recently in
ers last Saturday. Regent Powell sent
by smoke and fell by the wayside. Five pile of bones and ashes was all they
perhaps the best vacant township left
men, who were working about ths found.
in the state, and only a small portion in a short decisive letter, merely stat
today with seven beautiful gobi nug
slopes beyond where the tire originated,
BI r Fir«* at Stockton.
it has lx-en settled upon. No far ing that he resigned as a regent, hie re
gets, each worth <20, the result of one
lluntrr Bribery C hum Ended.
could not be reaohed, and it has been
Stockton, Cal., Sept. 22.—The Stock- ther filings will be allowed after Oc signation to take effect at once; but if
Frankfort. Ky., Sept. S3.—The jury day’s work on his claim. This makes ton combined harvester works, built by
regarded as certain that they are dead.
tober 4. So that settlers already there Governor Rogers deemed it injurious to
It is thought three or four others may returned verdict of not guilty in ail a total of <420 taken out within a L. U. Sliippee. were burned today. must make their filings by that time the the college to accept the resignation
the Hunter bribery case».
be in the mine.
at once, he would continue to act until
Loss. 3100,000; insurance, <80,000.
in order to hold their claims.
October 10, but no later.
Arthur Jordan, a Scotch explorer,
Deadly Coal Oil Can.
Wilbur F. Brock, of Walla Walla,
Th® KiTect on th«» Stuck Markets.
who claims to be familiar with tlio
Washington, Sept. 22.—Acting Sur who has returned from a summer out
Message From Andree.
San Francisco, Sept. 21.—Mrs. May
Paris, Sept. 23.—On the stock ex
country between Spokane and the Klon
geon-General Smith, of the marine hos ing. says that the trout of several of
Copenhagen, Spet. 22.—A dispatch
dike, will leave Spokane with six men, change here today Spanish fours fell, Ann Calvert was frightfully burned pital servie®, has written to the sur
the Blue mountain streams are living from Hammerferst, the northernmost
Octolier 10, for the Yukon country. owing to the belief that the alleged ul this afternoon at her borne, 324 Jessie geon-general informing him of the ex
exterminated by reckless fishermen, town of Europe, in Norway, says the
J. J. Browne is at the head of the syn
She poured coal oil in the istence of two cases of leprosy in Walsh who use blasts. It is contrary to the whaliug ship Palk lias brought there
dicate which is outfitting the |>srty to Spain on the subject of Cuba will cause juries.
county. North Dakota. The victims are statutes of both Washington and Ore the third pigeon dispatch from Profes
prosfiect on Stewart river.
Mr. the present cabinet to remain in office. kitchen stove and an explosion fol Scandinavians, and the disease is said
gon to fish with powder, but in many sor Andree, who left Tromsoe in a bal
Browne’s son. Guy, will be a member
to be well developed. One of the pa places the laws for the protection of loon July 11. The message reads:
of the party. They will go via Ash
tients is raid to I m * anxious to return to the fish are not being enforced. In “July 13th, 12:30 P. M. —Lattitude
croft,taking the Hudson bay trail there Standard attributes the fall in prices on her screams found the woman with her Sweden. Dr. Smith says he is unin
the Wallowa, Little Salmon and Look 52.2 north, longitude 12.5 east. Good
to Lake Teslin, down the lake to the the stock exchange to the reported ac head in the kitchen sink and her cloth formed as to what precuations the local
ing Glass the dynamiters are causing royage eastward. All well.”
Hootalinqua river, down that stream to
■ nthoritiee have taken to prevent the devastation in almost open defiance of
a mass of burm
*.oe Yukon, thence to Stewart river
i with the Cuban insurrection.
"Jeweler and Undertaker" is a shop
i spread of the disease.
iign in Kansas City.
M c M innville