The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, October 15, 1897, Image 2

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V. H. BARNHART, Rubli.her
M c M innville
In te rest i ng Collection of Current Events
In Condensed
Both Continents.
Nugaest. Separate
Washington, Oct. 14. — Secretary
Sherman has written a reply to the
note of Lord Salisbury, expressing
Great Britain’s declination to take part
in a Behring sea conference in which
Russia and Japan will participate.
The essential features of Mr. Sherman’s
reply have been sent by cable to the
British government, and the reply in
full is on its way to the British author­
ities. Lord Salisbury’s note of declin­
ation, it can be now stated, bears date
of October 6, so that the rttH|smse is
made with promptness.
The answer states that the United
States government views with astonish­
ment the determination of Great
Britain not to participate in a confer-
snee including Russia ami Japan, and
the statement is made that up to the
23d of last month, the United States
authorities had fully expected that the
conference would proceed with Russia
as well as Great Britain present. It is
pointed out that, aside from the written
conference which Lord Salisbury haa
called attention to, there were verbal
negotiations between Ambassador Hay
and his lordship, in which a special
reference was made to the participation
of Russia and Japan. At one of these
verbal exchanges, it is stated. Lord Sal­
isbury said he would advise with the
officials of the foreign office concerning
the subjects discussed, which included
the participation of Russia and Japan.
Subsequently, on July 29, Ambassador
Hay wrote to Lord Salisbury saying the
president hoped to have Russia and
Japan participate in the conference.
In view of these circumstances, the
United States had confidently expected
that Great Britain would take part in
the conference, and that Russia and
Japan would lie represented, with the
approval of Great Britain.
Besides the foregoing reply, and in
view of the differences which have
arisen, the state departrnnt suggests a
conference in accordance with the
terms of Lord Salisbury’s agreement, as
he construes it, namely, between ex­
perts of Great Britain, the United
States and Canada. This last feature
is now under consideration by the Brit­
ish government, its substance having
been transmitted by cable, but it is not
expected that an answer will be made
until Mr. Sherman’s answer in detail
reaches London.
In the meantime, preparations for
the conference between the United
States, Russia and Japan are proceed­
The state department received word
that Aliferouck Beyliss been appointed
Turkish minister to the United States.
Hon. Charles W. Jones, former
United States senator from Florida,
died at Detroit, after a sickness of sev­
eral weeks.
The national council of Switzerland
has adopted a bill making insurance
against sickness compulsory in case« of
r.ll dependent persons.
It is reported that an English syndi­
cate has purchased, for $2,000,000, the
big plant of the J. I. Case Machine
Company, at Milwaukee.
Jackson and Williams, the O. R. &
N. trainrobbers, were sentenced to the
Oregon penitentiary for a term of 30
years and seven months each.
Heavy shipments of wheat to Europe
continue. Over 60 grain-laden vessels
have left San Francisco during the last
two months, and six more are ready to
The naval armor board will leave
Washington soon for the South to look
at certain places, with a view of ascer­
taining their adaptibility for sites for
the proposed armor plant.
The cruiser Baltimore has been put
into commission with Lieutenant-Com­
mander Gottfried Blocklinger, her first
lieutenant, in command.
The Balti­
more will meet the Philadelphia in San
Francisco on the latter’s arrival.
The monthly treasury statement of
the principal articles of domestic ex-
ports shows that during September last
-the exports of breadstuff's from the
United States amounted to $34,629,946,
an increase, as compared with Septem-
lier, 1896, of over 100 per cent, and au
increase of about 300 per cent over Sep­
tember, 1895.
General Weyler announce! that he
will embark from Cuba on October 20.
Benjamin Nelson was found dead on
the floor of his cabin near Hendricks,
The general grand chapter of Royal
Arch Masons is in session at Baltimore.
Delegates are present from all parte
of the world.
Disease Is Spreading Rapidly in the
The whalers that wintered in the
Arctic last year are having hard luck
New Orleans, Oct. 14.—From the
thia season. Only one of them succed- reports there is little hope in the yel­
ed in killing a whale this summer, and low fever situation,
The board of
the fleet that will return this fall will health is daily demonstrating that with
bring only a small revenue to their a fair show it is itossible for modern
science to restrict and stamp out the
Sunday was the sixth anniversary of disease. But the people who must
the death of Charles Stewart Parnell. suffer from a strict application of scien­
Five thousand nationalists paraded the tific methods rebel, the result being
streets of Dublin to the bleak Glasnev- that the pathway of the taiard is beset
-in cemetery, where they heaped high with difficulty. If there was strict
the grave of their famous and talented compliance with the health laws, if
leader with flowers brought from all prompt rejiort was made of oases, the
fever germs would be quickly wiped
the counties of Ireland.
out. But it begins to look now as if
Señorita Evangelina Cisneros, the from 30 to 40 new cases and from four
Cuban girl who escajied from Casa de to six deaths would be daily reported
Recogías, in Havana, is said to have I until Jack Frost puts in an appearance.
arrived in New York city. American Today, as on nearly every day since
friends accompanied her by train from the fever first appeared here, about 50
New Orleans. On reaching Jersey City, per cent of the fatalities were traced to
Miss Cisneros was taken in a closed car­ neglect and a disposition to hide cases
riage to the headquarters of the Cuban until it was too late to save life.
I The official bulletin issued by the
Cubans of New York celebrated the board of health tonight shows 37 new
29th anniversary of the beginning of oases and four deaths.
Galveston was one of the first cities
the 10 years’ war by a mass meeting,
presided over by Tomas Estrada Palma, to raise the bars. Dr. Guiteras on Sat­
president of the junta. All the apeak- I urday pronounced several cases of yel­
ers emphasized, amid great applause low fever as existing in Galveston, but
from the audience, the firm resolution not a line has reached Dr. Oliphant rel­
of the Cuban people to carry on the ative to these from the Texas health
atruggle until absolute independence of officials. The only information which
Cuba ia accomplished.
Dr. Oliphant had received was from
A dispatch from Long Valley, Idaho, Surgeon-General Wyman.
About 50 Italians reached the city
says there has been a battle between
morning, coming, it is said, from
settlers and sheepherders, and that
three of the farmers were killed. The New York. Orders were given by the
trouble is the outgrowth of the strained lioard of health to prevent their locat­
relations that have existed in that sec­ ing themselves in the city limits, and
tion between the settlers and sheepmen the health officers were instructed to
for some time. It has been no uncom­ have them sent to one of the camps of
mon thing for stock to be maimed and detention.
At Biloxi there were 13 new cases;
haystacks to be burned, and even for
Edwards, five, and two deaths.
settlers and sheepmen to exchange
shots, but no one has heretofore been
W.nti to Retire.
New York, Oct. 14.—A Washiongton
The United States l>oard of geogra­ dispatch to the Herald says: Associate
phical names, which meets at Washing­ Justice Field,of the supreme court, has
ton, D. C., at state intervals, haa just made formal application to President
rendered decisions determining the McKinley to be retired from the bench
spelling of 149 geographical names. under the law allowing members of
These include a number in Alaska, sig-! that court to be retired when 70 years
ni flea nt at this time in view of the of age. This statement is made on
Klondike excitement.
Many varia­ high authority, and also that Attorney-
tions of nomenclature for the same General McKenna will be nominated
place are encountered, and the board's to succeed him on December 16, when
action settles the uniform usage. As congress convenes, five days after the
to Klondike, the decision is to spell it retirement of Justice Field takes
as here given, ami not Ulondyke. The effect.
•laicira Tribesmen Surrender.
inlet, river and village at the head ol
Linn canal, which now ap,>eara in the
Simla, Oct. 14.—A dispatch from
newapa|>ers almost daily under the Mohmund announces that the Jagira
form of Dyea, the starting point for tribesmen has surrendered their Mar­
the overland route, is an Indian word tini breech-loading rifles, and have
which has appeared in many forme. solemnly sworn to maintain peace and
Admiral Meade, in 1869, wrote it drive out Umroa Khan. The troops
Ty-Ya; Krause, in 1882, wrote it forming the Mohmund punitive expe-
Dejah; Schwatka, in 1883, Dayi; Dall, edition have destroyed 26 fortified vil­
in 1883, Taiya. The lioard adopts the lages and have killed many of the in­
form Tail«.
surgent natives.
In his annual report, Myron H. Me
A German Spy Arrested.
Coni, governor of Arison«, discusses
Oct. 14.—The Gil Blas says a
the question of statehood, and says the
requirements as to population, educa­ German was arrested yesterday at the
camp at Chalons, and on being searched
tion and wealth are fully met.
More than 1,000 revolutionists and the authorities found upon him notes
refugees have fled from Guatemala to regarding the organization ami mobil­
Mex ico, dreading the vengeance of Bar­ isation of the French troopn at the
rios. The refugees know their property camp. The prisoner was also said to
will be confiscated, ss the government have endeavored to obtain specimens of
has issued a decree to that effect. Some the cartridges and shells of the latest
people took the precaution to deposit design.
their valuable« with the British consul
For cramps in the stomach try • few
at Qu eaa 1 ten an go.
drops of essence of camphor.
Hpaulah VI ini.try Order. Hliu to Quit
< uba at One«.
New York, Oct. 13.—A dispatch to
No Bonanza. but HatIstat-tory Return»
for Labor.
Port Townsend, Wash., Ort. 13.—As
Winter Overtakes Prospec­ the World from Madrid says:
Evidence of Steady Growtt an evidence that gold is found else­
The minister of war has cabled to
where than at Klondike, the steamer
tors at the Lakes.
and Enterprise.
General Weyler to embark for Madrid
City of Topeka, which arrived this
immediately, handing over his com­
evening from Alaska, brought down ail
mand to the Marquis de Ahmuda or
aggregate of $200,000 in gold dust, all
THE SUFFERING IS INTENSE General Linares. All high civil officers ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST from Cook’s inlet, the result of thia
and the principal lieutenants of Wey­
summer’s work. This amount is dis­
ler will be replaced promptly.
tributed among 85 men, who are com­
Two Feet of Snow Already—Miners
The government telegraphed an order From All the Cities and Town, of ing out to spend the winter in a land
to cease instantly all rigorous methods
Camped in Flimsy Tents-Ice on
the Thriving: Slater State.
where climatic conditions are more fa­
of warfare practiced hitnerto.
vorable than those of the country they
Lakes Blocks Further Travel
With the exception of conservatives
have just left. On the *22d of Septem­
Skaguay, Alaska, Oct. 12.—Several and republicans who persist in court­
ber, 116 men left Cook’s inlet on the
parties are just in over the Dalton trail ing Weyler, the majority of the press at Coburg.
steamer Perry, for Sitka, where they
from Klondike, and all bring tb.- same openly applaud the new government
A wingless lark is the latest Lane took the Topeka for Puget sound.
story—scarcity of provisions and JK)S- for gazetting decrees recalling Weyler county frqak.
Thirty-one of the party stopped at
sible hunger and starvation as thb and ap|>ointing Marshal Blanco gov­
A sneak thief stole fOO jars of fruit Juneau, where they will spend the
portion of many there this winter.
ernor-general of Cuba.
from a house in Eugene.
winter. No rich strikes are reported
The latest arrivals, James Clark and
So determined was the cabinet to act
A golden eagle measuring 7 feet 4 at Cook’s inlet, but the men averaged
C. A. Brown, who have been mining vigorously that immediately after the
$5 in dust every day they worked. On
inches was killed near Astoria.
on Birch creek, having left Dawson council of ministers approved the above
rare occasions, a man would pan out
City September 6, poled up the river to decrees, Count Xinquena, minister of
$10 per day, and often as low as $3.
150 miles above Pelly river, and there public works, carried them to the pal­
Among the pasengers was Robert
A band of 3,000 2-year-old wethers
bought horses and came in over the ace. The queen got up from dinner to
Michaelson, who is making his first
“supiiosed” Dalton trail, making the sign them. The minister of war tele­
visit to the outside world in that time.
trip in 26 days to Haines’ mission, get­ graphed the Transatlantic Company to
The cannery in Marshfield is receiv­ He brought out several thousand dol­
ting there on Sunday. They parsed postpone the departure of the mail ing on an average of 500 salmon a day lars, how much he would not state.
the Thorp party on the summit with steamer to allow General Blanco to
A drive of 2,000,000 feet of logs is He owns several rich claims, which he
100 head of cattle. Most of the party embark Tuesday with a numerous staff. being made down the McKenzie river will work next year. Michaelson will
were discouraged and wanted to turn Six generals, officers who served under to Coburg.
spend the winter at his old home,
back, Brown and Clark told them Marshal Campos in the early part of
It is reported that a rich placer strike, S. D.
they had gone through 100 miles of the present war, and 20,000 men as re­
H. A. Schemser has upwards of $10,-
snow where no food could be got for inforcements, will follow in November. has been made on Bear creek, 20 miles 000, after a stay of seven years. He is
their stock, and it would be utterly im­ General Blanco is not expected to be
The lumber mill at Rainier, which going to Sail Francisco for the winter,
possible to get their cattle through in a position to form a correct estimate
and will return in the spring. He
alive. Thorp hail already lost 15 pack as to the situation, or to suggest the has been idle for a long time, has re­ owns four of the best claims in the
horses on the trail, and part of his or­ best course to follow before the middle
group. T. J. Reilly, of New York, who
According to the returns of the as­
iginal party had turned back two days of November.
went to Cook’s inlet in March, 1896,
before, but he was stubborn and would
Military operations will continue as
and stayed there all winter for the rea­
not consent to turn back himself.
soon as fine weather permits against
son that he had not sufficient money to
About 25 persons came out over the all insurgents not disposed to submit
There have been 13 houses built in pay his way down, was aslo a passenger
Dalton trail in the past week, and say on hearing of the contemplated reforms Toledo during the past summer, and on the Topeka today. He is the owner
there are a good many foilowing them, and the reversal of the policy of the several more will be built this fall.
of two quartz claims on Bear creek, in
all bringing the same report, that there last two years.
A buck, two does and three fawn, one of which the ledge is two feet wide,
is no trail, that it is 417 miles long,
General Blanco, new captain-general killed with two shots from a shotgun, and assays $150 per ton. The other ¡ b
that summits innumerable have to be of Cuba, announces that he will act is the record made by a Gates Creek
eight feet wide, and assays $50 per ton.
crossed and streams forded, and that it with great energy against the insurg­ hunter.
Reilly has with him $3,000 in dust,
is impossible to find your way without ents, and will employ all political
which he washed from a placer claim
Indian guides. The largest party to means to restore equality of treatment
during the past summer. He will re­
come out together consisted of 11 per- in various sections of the community. making a trainload of 22 cars, was turn in the spring with machinery fora
recently made from Baker City to
He has the greatest desire to end the
stamp mill.
An Indian packer who has just ar- war and establish peace by the system Omaha.
Provisions are reported as plentiful
rived from Lake Lindemann reports adopted in 1879. The inhabitants of
at reasonable prices at Cook’s inlet.
that two feet of snow fell at Lakes Falma, the birthplace of General Wey­ Monroe contains 4,000 bushels of
There was little or no sickness there
Lindemann and Bennett, anil the dis­ ler, are preparing to give him an ova­ acorns. The nuts will be utilized to during the past season. About 80 of
tress* and suffering there are intense. tion on his return from Cuba.
the 500 men who were at Cook’s inlet
Most of the people at the lakes live in
County warrants in Jacksonville are during the summer will winter there.
The government has received unfav­
tents, and many have made provision orable intelligence of the revival of the selling at 2 per cent premium. This is
for getting away this season. They insurrection in the Philippine islands. said to be the highest paid for Jackson
Some Rich Stories.
have not built cabins for themselves, The situation there is serious. Six county warrants in 20 years.
Oct. 13.—The steamer City
and the Indian says that with so much filibustering expeditions from Japan
An Ashland paper says that the free- of Topeka arirved tonight from Juneau.
snow on the ground, which will in all and China have landed arms and war picture-and-you-buy-the-fratne racket
probability remain, there will be in­ stores on various parts of the coast. was worked in Ashland last week, the Among her passengers waB John F.
Maloney, of Juneau, who came out
tense suffering before the people are Considerable reinforcements will have workers cleaning up about $400.
from Dawson with the Galvin party.
housed in shacks or cabins. The win­ to be sent to Manila before the fine
Since the late rains on Camas prairie, In an interview w’th the correspondent
ter snows have begun to fall on the season opens, when the rebels are
grass is coming up nicely, Many of
pass, and there are yet hundreds of likely to resume offensive operations, the farmers are plowing ami others are of the Associated Press, Mr. Maloney
men scattered along the trail between because the present, governor, Marshal
putting in their fall grain.
“Hunker 'creek and Gold Bottom
Sheep camp and the lake. This is well Rivera, has sent home half the Euro­
About 22,00 tons of rock has been creek, it is conceded, will equal if not
known, traveling over the pass in one pean force, believing the rebellion to
dumped on the Coquille jetty this sea­ rival the already famous Bonanza and
of those snow storms, which frequently be subdued.
Eldorado creeks. More especially is
lasts one or two weeks, is impossible,
Marshal Campos declined to go to son. and a few thousand more will be this true of Hunker creek. Location
and when this fact is considered, it is the Philippines, believing his presence necessary to complete the work for the
No. 38 on that creek is among the rich­
easy to imagine the awful condition in Spain more necessary if the eventu­ year.
The Western Union Telegraph com­ est in the Klondike district. Many of
which confronts the
gold-seekers. alities of the colonial wars should make
pany is putting in another arm anil the claims on this creek will run $2,000
There are grave fears that many will military dictature necessary.
wire on its lines between Portland and to the box. On No. 30 Eldorado, Alex­
perish on the trail before they can
Tacoma. It is said the company was ander McDonald’s claim, one man, in a
reach Lake Lindemann.
unable to get men in Porltand to do shift and a half (which is about 12
Late reports from the lake are that
ice is rapidly forming, and all indica­ Estimated Output of United States the work and was obliged to bring a hours), shoveled in $20,000.
Skookum gulch, which enters Bonanza
tions point to an unusually early and
Mines for 1897.
at No. 2, I saw $30,000 weighed out of
severe winter.”
Sheriff Kilburn and posse, of Baker
Chicago,Oct. 13.—The Times-Herald county, had a hot fight with two cattle two box lengths.”
Mr. Maloney saw a 16-quart brass
Australian Mine on Fire.
today publishes reports from all the thieves on Lower Powder river. Forty
Vancouver, B. C., Oct. 12.—The gold-producing sections of the country shots were exchanged. Fred Hull was kettle filled with gold dust in the cabin
steamer Miowera, which arrived from showing an enormous increase in the shot through the arm, but escaped to of T. Dinsmore, Harry Spenz, Bill Mc­
No. 13 Bonanza,
Australia today, brings an account of output for 1897. On the subject the Baker City. Earl Wheeler was not Fee and others.
owned by Oscar Ashley and Billy
the fire in the Broken Mill mine on Times-Herald says:
captured. Hull called a doctor to his
“Gold production in the United lodging-house and was caught there. Leake, will produce $1,000,000. Ten
September 13. Between 6 and 7
o’clock on that day, the shift bosses in States has increased with marvelous The thieves had 80 cattle, which they days after the boat left for down the
block 13 discovered a portion of the rapidity during the current year, The were driving to Idaho across Snake river, taking the gold, the North
underground workings to be aflame,and craze of the Klondike region should river, expecting to exchange them and American Trailing & Trasportation
immediately gave the alarm. The un­ not obscure the great facts as they ex­ bring back strange cattle to the butcher. Company had a quarter of a million in
derground drives were found to be full ist. Klondike’s total yield for 1897 The gang is suspected of having oper­ its safe at Dawson. This shows how
rapidly the gold accumulates. Mr.
of smoke, and for a long time the blaze seems roughly to be about $8,000,000. ated for a long time.
says that over $2,000,000 will
could not be located. Volunteers were
come out this fall.
W ashington.
called for from the surface, and, in mere nothing when compared with the
“There are stacks and stacks of
charge of mine officers, they went be­ wonderful output of the yellow metal
A six-inch refracting telescope has
low, spending their energies to get at in the United States.”
been received in Tacoma by the Puget gold,” he said, “each with the owner’s
name on it. Alexander McDonald will
The Times-Herald, estimating the sound university.
the seat of the fire. Bags of sand, to­
produce the largest amount. I hesitate
gether with canvas and timber, were total output for 1897 of California,
Captain L. II. Coon has assumed the to give figures, but the simple truth is
sent down several shafts to form block­ Colorado, the Black hills, Arizona, duties of collector of the port at Ever­
that his various interests will yield
ades and confine the flames. After a Montana, Idaho and Oregon, places the ett, succeeding W. R. Stockbridge.
from $2,000,000 to $4,000,000 this
hard struggle the men were driven figures at $71,300,000, and says:
Union City is the name of the new winter. These figures are staggering,
“Washington, Wyoming, New Mex­
back by the flames, and when the Mion-
town just started in the vicinity of the but true.”
wera left the fire was still raging. ico and Nevada will also be heavy new gold finds in Whatcom county.
The statement is made that Henry
Fifty men were overcome by smoke and producers, and their yield will be
Kitsap county has sued Snohomish Bratnober, agent for the Rotchilds,
heat, three succumbing to the injuries enormously increased. Counting this
with the Klondike estimated production county for $600, alleged to have been who has been spending several weeks at
of $8,000,000, the yield of the United paid improperly by Kitsap on the su­ the diggings, offered over $1,000,000
for 10 claims adjoining one another on
States for 1897 will exceed $30,000,000, preme judge’s salary.
Captain Whiteside*. Can van Boat.
James A. Roberts, a logger and Eldorado, but the offer was declined.
San Francisco, (kit­ 13.—The whal- one-third of the world’s estimated out­
woodsman, about 50 years of age,
ing schooner Bonanza, which reached put for the year.”
Skaguay Schooner Burned.
dropped dead in a saloon in Wliatcom,
the harbor on Friday night, brought
Biot at Rome.
Victoria, B. C., Oct. 13.—The steam­
from the Arctic the canvas Isiat in
Rome, Oct. 13.—A large procession
The dead body of a man found near er City oi Topeka, which arrived from
which Captain and Mrs. Whiterides
Indian reservation school, near Ta­ Alaska today, brought Captain Hackett
and six of the crew of the Nevarch es­
ca of Rome and president of the cham­ coma. with a bullet through his brain, and the crew of the schooner Annie C.
caped from the ice jam that wrecked
Moore, which was burned in Lynn
the vessel, to the shore, and subse­ ber of commerce, marched to the office was identified as that of Charles Le.y.
canal. She left here tor Skaguay with
quently to the cutter Bear. It has a of the minister of the interior this
H. S. Ballou, a well-known real es­ a load of hay ami feed, but both
double canvas bottom, and while the morning to protest and confer with the tate dealer, dropped dead in Port An­ schooner and cargo were completely de­
captain and his crew were dragging it
Premier Rudini received the geles on the eve of his departure for stroyed.
over the ice. a bearskin was stretched tion.
and promise that everything California, the cause being hemorrhage
Killed in a Mine.
over the canvas for protection. To the
would be done to promote of the lungs
Butte, Mont., Oct. 13.—Joe Wallace
forethought of Captain Whitesides in possible
friendly relations and greater equity
was instantly killed, and David McEI-
having it built is due the safety of him­
between the tax collectors and the tax- oat crop around La Conner of 2,090 voy fatally injured tonight, at the St.
self and seven others.
sacks or 60,000 bushels. Every farmer
Lawrence mine. The men were min­
A large crowd of people collected on the flat re|K>rts his shortage at from ers, and were coming up on the cage.
Cuban Exiles May Return.
Havana, Oct. 12.—General Weyler around the ministry, angry shouts were
The engineer failed to stop the engine,
Negotiations are well under way to and the cage was carried up into the
has issued a decree allowing the return heard and some of those present as­
to the island of Senor Gonzales Lanuza,
sheaves, throwing both men off. Wal­
a judge of the supreme court of Havana police attempted to disperse the violent Hollanders on the Book ranch, in West lace’s neck was broken
and a professor in university; Dr. istrtion of the crowd, and in the con­ Aberdeen, where the lKid is said to be
Emilio Nunez, a well-known lawyer; flict six policemen were injured and one well loctaed for such a colony.
Texas Justice.
Governor Rogers has appointed R.
Alfredo Zayas. Adolfo Diaz. Ignacio rioter killed. Revolvers were freely
Brenham, Tex.. Oct. 13.—Bob Car­
Lamas, Manuel Castro Palomino, Juan use<l. and many persons in the crowd C. McCroskey regent of the Washington ter killed James Burch in a saloon last
Nnsenat, Adolfo de la Cueva, Miguel injured. Twenty leaders of the distur­ agricultural college. McCroskey will night and then surrendered. Today
Ferro, and 131 others who had been ex­ bance were arrested. The condition of probably till the vacancy caused by the his body was found riddled with bullets
the three wounded policemen is serious. resignation of Regent Windus.
back of the jail.
Mutinous Talk In n Regiment.
Th. Story Growing Rapidly.
Burned While Drunk.
Chicago, Oct. 13.—The punishment
Denver, Oct. 13.—E. Guilbault, commissions there have been 143 notar­
San Luis Obispo, Cal., Oct. 13.—
meted out to Private Charles Ham­
ial appointments in Washington.
mond, at Fort Sheridan, yesterday, has formerly a Colorado mining man, haa Many of these are reappointments. For Frank Guerrero was burned to death
thia morning, 18 miles north of this
caused considerable mutinous talk
each notarial appointment. $10 goes city. While under the influence of
among the entire regiment of the post. the country about Cook's inlet ia as into the state library fund.
liquor, he fell asleep in the manger,
Under orders from Captain Lovering 0» rich as Klondike, and that the miners
matches in his pocket kindled a
Day. Hammond was dragged feet first
Ellensburg on their way home from the fire and destroyed the barn. Two horsea
by four soldiers from the guardhouse
Gal«ee-More Reported Sold.
Yakima hopfields. Most of them are also perished.
down a flight of stairs, to the head­
Vienna, Cct. 13.—It is asserted that Okanogans, of Chief Moses’ band.
quarters, 500 yards, up the stairs, then
Liverpool has the largest fire engine
down again ami to the ad jutant’s quart­ the government has purchased the raoe- While there they spent quite a lot of in the world—equal to throwing 1,800
ers, where he was to be given a hearing horse Gal tee-More, the Derby winner, money, and the merchants profited by gallons a minute and a stream 140 feet
for $30,000.
a brisk cash trade.
for refusing to work.
I high.