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Spain’» New Cuban Policy ■» Itegarded
Two Men Were Drowned hix I Five ln>
Ju red- -One Kerioualy.
Leaven Yakiiuii for Victoria.
Oct. 27. — Developments
Oregon City, Oct. 28. — A terrible sc
North Yakima, Wash., Oct. 27.—
cident occurred at noon today, causing Terrible Accident on New One of the greatest of the Klondike ex Evidence of Steady Grow tb in Cuba within the next 30 days will
. . OREGON
definitely determine President McKin
M c M innville ... .
the death of two men, and injuring five
peditions yet organized made a prelim
York Cenrtal Railroad.
ley’s attitude upon the Spanish ques
inary start from this city today,
tion, but he expects no trouble. The
A gang of men had been working
through the shipment of 10 carloads of
administration looks with favor on
night and day for a week to remove a
horses, num liering 245 head, and 23 [TEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
Spain’s change of polioy, and believes
bulkhead, expecting to finish the work TRAIN l’LUNG ES INTO THE HUDSON men, headed by J. W. Cameron. They
the ministry is sincere in its endeavor
The bulkhead was 60
go to Seattle, and will sail tomorrow
to bring about a speedy termination of
feet long, and extended from the power
Loin Victoria by the Bark Colorado,
ol the strife in Cuba by granting substan
IgiLgM^Ntiny Collection of Current Evento station on the east to the east wall of Twenty-Eight Live. Were iMt-Phu»-
which has been chartered and espec From All the Cities and Towns
In Condemed Form From
the boat canal on the west. At the
ter (.' mu xed by the Giving Way
ially fitted for this purpose. Few sup
While not fully advised as to Spain’s
lower end of the new extension of the
plies will be taken at Seattle other
of an Embankment.
replv to Secretatry Sherman’s note,
than those ship[>ed from Portland, the
The Union knitting mill, in Hudson, power-house another bulkhead had been
A fishing crew caught between 800
Garrison’s, N. Y., Oct. 26.—From main outfitting being done at Victoria, I and 1,000 herring in one night last presented by Miuister Woodford in
NT. J„ was destroyed by tire, and many constructed, and it was the intention to
September, its general character is
sleep that means refreshment and where 125 head of cattle will be loaded.
of the 600 persons employed in the mill
week, in Yaquina bay.
known here, ami it is not anticipated
The expedition is backed by Boston
Iiart narrow escapes from death.
The water into the new section (or the tur rest to the eternal sleep that knows no
bv the president that any friction will
1 awakening plunged in the twinkling of capital, and the men employed are un
loss ia over $200,000, and the insurance bines.
The workmen had removed a consid an eye this morning 28 souls, men, der one and two-vear contracts. They year sold 73,000 pounds of wool and 52 arise between the two countries as are-
sult of the exchange of notes.
erable portion of the foundation of the women and children. In the slimy tied will take the Dalton trail, and each head of choice beef cattle.
A dispatch from Simla, India, says a
Eighteen thousand dollars in gold
The prime object the president had
old bulkhead, and today were engaged tif the Hudson river a train laden with animal other than those to be used for
cyclone struck the town of Chittagong, in taking off the nuts and cutting the «lumbering humanity plowed, dragging
bullion was the output of the Bonanza in view when General Woodford went
in the Bengal presidency. Half of the belts, intending to remove the entire through the waters the passengers.
to Madrid was bringing about an im
of pack saddle and sle I. Even the cat mine in Baker county last month.
houses of that place were demolished, wall tonight.
[ There was nothing to presage the ter tle are to be used in the transportation
The Ashland iron works are working proved condition of affairs in Cuba be
all the roads in its vicinity were blocked,
The work gave way and a flood of rible accident which so suddenly de of supplies. Permanent stations are to on a $1,500 order for pulleys, shafting, fore congress reassembled. Spain's re
and several vessels sunk.
water rushed in tijion the workmen. prived these unfortunates of life.
be established along the trail, and it is etc., from the Sissons Lumber & Mer ply and her instructions to the new
The statute under which for several tilling the section, At first it was sup
The New York Central train left the intention to kill the horses when cantile Company.
captain-general of Cuba will show an
years the police department of Denver posed that every man was drowned. Buffalo last night, anil had progressed
The keel for the Alaska Gold Min advanced step in that direction.
has at will seized, confiscated and de An alarm was given and the water was nearly nine-tenths of the distance
But the administration is more con
ing, freeze the meat and, by means of ing & Navigation Company's boat that
stroyed gambling implements, was de drawn from the canal as soon as posssi- toward its destination. The engineer
cerned about the rapid change of policy
clared by Judge Allen in the district ble, as it was found that the work of and his fireman had just noted the gray
than it is about the character of Spaiu’s
court to lie unconstitutional, and in removing the mass of broken timbers dawn breaking from the east and the gions, where from 30 cents per pound Florence, measures 125 feet in length. reply to Minister Woodford’s represen
conflict with the federal statutes.
and recovering the bodies of the light streak of red denoting the sun’s Forty wagons will also be taken for use
tations. The government has no reason
Since the cruiser Baltimore h.«s been drowned men would be facilitated by appearance, when the great engine, in the first 18 miles after leaving Astoria to the petition for the bridge to fear that Spain will take an aggres
anchored at San Francisco preparing to floating the mass of debris. After this a servant of the rails, plunged into the Pyramid harbor, and then bobsleds across Young’s bay. Only about 1,400 sive stand against the United States.
go tn Honolulu, her commander has was done a count of the men in the depths of the river. Neither engineer will be utilized for transportation over names are required to put the measure On the contrary, it is sure of a note
reported to the police almost daily the gang was made, and it was found that nor fireman will ever tell the story of the snow and ice.
friendly and conciliatory in tone. The
Among Mr. Dade’s sheep on Birch president realizes, however, the danger
desertion of three or four of the crew. two men—Anton Natterlinand Jacob that terrible moment. With hand upon
The men taken from here are mainly
Already 20 have succeeded in escaping, Macomb—were missing.
the throttle the engineer plunged with packers, miners and mountaineers, who
of further agitation by congress and a
These two men were evidently his engine to the river’s bottom, and are insured to all kinds of (hardships. with only one ear and one eye. It was further disturbance of our interests if
and, unless a stricter watch is kept, it
is believed another draft of men will drowned, and are no doubt beneath the the fireman, too, was at his posh Be Their contracts specify that they shall born thus, and is fully developed in something more substantial than these
have to be sent from the East to fill pile of broken timbers, which a large hind them came the express car, the have sleeping-bags, rubber and canvas every other respect.
mere promises of Spain to grant genu
number of workmen are now engaged combination car and the sleepers, and clothing, tentsand everything necessary
Contractor Jacobson, who is work ine autonomy cannot be furnished
There is a movement on foot to con in removing. Natterlin an unmarried these piled on top of the engine.
to give them as much comfort as pos ing on the jetties on Coos bay and on when the new session begins.
It is known that it was a trifle foggy sible in fhe region to which they are the Siuslaw, has about 130 men em
It can hardly be expected that Gen
solidate the wire manufactories of the man, and Macomb leaves a wife and
and that the track was not visible, but going. A provision in the contract of ployed. He says his contracts will be eral Blanco within a month after his
United States into a single corporation, ch i Id.
Among the five injured men, the if there was any break in the lines many of them is that they shall be finished in two or three months.
with a capital of $100,000,000.
arrival will be able to end the war, but
evade the anti-trust law, the wire in most seriously hurt are Carl Newberg, of steel it must have been of very re outfitted for a year’s prospecting on
There are no empty houses in Vale, if it can be shown that an advanced
dustries will surrender their independ whose head was severely cut and cent happening, for only an hour be shares. Some think the plans are chi Malheur county. Several farmershave step has been taken in that direction.
ence, and sell their plants to a new bruised, and Harvey Little, whose left fore there passed over it a heavy pas merical, but those who are in charge of been compelled to give up the idea of President McKinley may, by forward
organization for cash at an upraised arm was bruised and whose head and senger train laden with human freight. the expedition are Alaskan pioneers, living in town in order to send their ing the correspondence which has pass
Neither is an explanation ready. All who thoroughly understand their busi- children to school, because of the lack ed and calling attention toan improved
-value, the money to he furnished by face were badly cut.
The three men who escaped unin is conjecture. The section of road was ness, and the financial backing is i un- of houses.
a syndicate of New York bankers,
condition in Cuba, be able to pacify
Pierpont Morgan is «aid to be at the jured were: Jacob Weidick, Alvin Rich supposed to be the very best on the en questioned.
congress long enough to give Spain a
ardson ami Jacob Keane.
tire division. There was a great, heavy
head of the scheme.
chance to thoroughly establish her new
A GLOOMY TALE.
Thomas Smith had his spine hurt retaining wall all along the bank, and,
reforms. Hence it appears that the
The food of San Francisco laborers is
to be analyzed by the professors at the and William W. Smith had one bono while the tide was high yesterday, it Starvation and Death Staring: Many in provement, however, in the last few wording of the president's forthcoming
days, and boats on the lower bay are message depends mainly upon the im
the Face at Dawson.
The accident was owing either U) a to have happened was that underneath
mediate effect of General Blanco’s ar
The Fort Randall military reserva miscalculation of the weight of the the tracks and ties the heavy wall had
Victoria, Oct. 27.—Miners who came making good catches.
tion, which contains over 100,000 acres water behind the men or the strength given way. When the great weight of down on the Farailon from Dyea, and
One day last week Hume’s fishing rival in Havana, the promulgation of
in South Dakota and Nebraska, has of the bolts and timbers. Upon the the engine struck the unsupported who left D iwson City about 40 days crew at the mouth of Rogue river made an amnesty proclamation, of new auton
omist. reforms and the abandonment of
lieen opened to settlers.
giving way of ttie wall the water rushed tracks it went crashing through the ago, say that the day before they left a regular old-time catch of salmon, the reconcéntralo policy.
Negotiations of the Chinese govern into the lower section with terrific rest of the wall and toppled over into Hansen, one of the managers of the raking in 3,750 at one haul of the seine.
ment with the Hooly syndicate for a force, carrying the timbers and all be the river.
Alaska Commercial Company arrived There is a large run of salmon coming
FROM THE NEW TESTAMENT.
loan of $80,000,000 have fallen through. fore it to the lower section. The men
Then there happened what on the in a canone and told of the abandon into Sixes river, in Curry county.
The government is now negotiating who escaped fought their way through railroad at any other time would have I ment of the efforts to get foot] up the
A fish eight or nine inches long and
with the llong Kong & Shanghai bunk. the floating timbers and finally reached caused disaster, but now proved a very river. Fully 400 miners at once made somewhat resembling the Sound mack- Ancient Document Found in Recently
The Washington state grain commis- a point where they received assistance. blessing. As the train plunged over the I preparations to start out over the trail, I erel is being caught along the water
embankment, the coupling that held but the citizens’ committee refused to front in Astoria. No one seems to
xiou announces that it will not lower
Denver, Oct. 27.—Dr. Cobern, pastor
the last three of the six sleepers broke allow them sufficient provisions for know just of what specie it is, but such of Trinity Methodist church, who has
No. 1 wheat grade from 59 to 58 |M>imds
| and they miraculously remained on the i the journey, so, save those who had al a fish was seen in these waters about recently returned from England, tells
to the bushel, notwithstanding the agi
In that way some 60 I ready started, all will have to remain | five years ago.
tation to that end in the eastern part Pitched Battle Fought in Arizona With broken track.
of a wonderful papyri discovered last
and share in the privations at Dawson.
«if the state.
lives were saved.
There is greater activity witnessed January, and gives out information
Charles Fries, of Tacoma, who came in and around Drain this fall than has which is new to the world. This is
The Long Island coast for a distance
Following is a list of the dead as far
Yuma. Ariz., Oct. 28.—A pitched
out with Bert Woods and Archie been seen here before for years. New ¡ that in the logia, which was unearthed
of six miles, between Far Rockaway battle at Mammoth tank. 45 miles west as ascertained up to midnight:
Burns, says that besides the famine, a buildings are being built, old ones re I by Messrs. Grennfel and Hunt under
and Rockaway beach, was more or less of Yuma, between Yuma county offi
Thomas Reilly, of St. Louis.
mysterious disease has broken out paired, sidewalks made and improved, the direction of Dr. Flinders Petrie, of
damaged by a very high tide. The cers ami 270 Mexican railroad laborers,
E. A. Green, of Chicago.
which is carrying off five men daily. empty houses are rapidly filling up, a Oxford university, last January, there
Edmore hotel was damaged to the ex resulted in the death of five to seven
W. II. Myers, of Tremont, N. J.
Twenty-four hours after the victim is brick kiln of over 100,000 is always was found beside the notebook leaf,
tent of $25.000.
Mexicans, the wounding of several
attacked he turns black from the waist ■ ready for burning, and thousands of | containing what purported to be the
' Speedy, the professional bri.lgejnmp- more, and the dangerous wounding of
to the throat and in two days, in a ma cords of wood are being handled by sayings of Jesus Christ, a leaf from the
er, jumped from tho Louisville & Jef Deputy Sheriff Wilder, of Yuma.
Guiseppe Paduano, of New York.
jority of cases, is dead.
fersonville bridge in Louisville, Ky.,
W. 8. Becker, of Newark, N. J.
Sheriff Greenleaf, of Yuma, was
New Testament. The leaf contained
On the way over the Dalton trail,
before an audience of 18,000. Speedy called upon to arrest the ringleaders of
Unknown man, died while being res- :
nearly the whole of the first chapter of
which in many places runs along the
made the jump of 130 feet in safety, a gang of striking Mexican railroad cued.
I the death of quite a number of horses Matthew, and was written exactly the
and was mingling with the crowd a laborers. With his deputies, George
A. G. McKay, private secretary to
in Paradise. Wallowa county. The same as our Greek testament of today
few minutes later.
Wilmer and James Jones, he advanced I General Superintendent Van Etten; boats bound down. He estimated that people there have asked the county
Dr. Cobern says that this is our earl
about 300 boats are going down the
Frank Moon, aged 50 voars, and Mrs. on the strikers, when the latter attack- i body supposed to be in the wreck,
iest record of the Bible, and that in the
Wells, were found dead at the bottom ed them with rocks ami revolvers.
John Folye, engineer of East Albany; river with from four to seven men each.
61 baskets of papyri that were taken
The Fries party was the last to leave ' that place to take ste|>s to prevent the I out there may be found a oopy of the
of a 30-foot well on Moon’s farm, near With the first volley from the Mexican’s : body not recovered.
Derby, Kan., having been asphyxiated. revolvers Wilmer fell. Jones then ran | John Q Tompkins, fireman, of East Dawson. At Five Finger rapids they
scriptures. He also points out what a
fell in with the party headed by Kay lar time, however, the county is with blow to infidelism it might be, and
Moon had been overcome while work for the section foreman who had ac- Albany; body not recovered,
ing, and the woman, fearful at his not companied the officers.
Wong Gin and eight unidentified Stuart, of New York, which left five
what a strengthening of the Christian
days before, and caught up with the j will be attended to at the next session cause. He says there is no doubt of
returning home, went to the well late
Jones in the meantime had secured a I Chinese.
at night to investigate, and foil in.
shotgun, which he discharged at the
the genuineness of these findings; that
Of eye-witnesses there were none ex party made up of John Fry, F. L. and
Movement of the hop crop has not such critics as Professor Harmack and
Three men fell cept the crew of a tugboat passing with J. Trippe and C. Holden, of New
Admiral Matthews, chief of the bu advancing strikers.
reau of yards and docks, in his annual and were picked up by their comrades, a tow.
■ Thompson have passed upon them and
They saw the train, with its
report to Secretary Long, recommends who continued to advance. Another light, as it came flashing about the party ran short of food and for four before harvest, and neither buyers nor declare that they could not have been
the construction of four drydocks of the shot brought more to the ground, and a curves, and then saw the greater part of days none had any fool save an owl growers are able to say when it will. written later than 200 A. D.
A few sales are reported from Polk
Ixvl type. Ho recommends that con stampede followed.
it go into the river. Some of the cars which they shot an! some soup made
Sheriff Greenleaf, who had in the with closed windows floated, and the from a rawhide strap which they were 'county at 15 cents, and it is stated on
crete docks be built at Boston, Norfolk
DR. NANSEN IN NEW YORK.
good authority that 15}^ cents has
ami Mare Island, and that a flouting meantime conveyed the deputy to a tug, whistling for help, cast off its using in packing their goods.
The Farailon brought down about been offered in Salem for choice hops.
«lock be placed at either Key West.Tor- waiting train, called upon his men to hawser and started to the rescue.
The price, generally offered, however, Tendered » Receptlen by the America.
tugas, or Algiers, La. The estimates board the train, which immediately
A porter jumped from one of the car» $20,000 in gold.
is from 13 to 135£ cents. This, grow
for the maintenance of the yards next pulled into Yuma, A posse of 25 men that remained on the track and ran into
The Alaska Boundary.
Oct 26 —Dr. Nansen, the
is being formed in Yuma, and will the yard of Augustus Carr’s house,
year aggregate $2,364,202.
Washington, Oct. 27. — It is believed instances, agents having failed to buy Arctic explorer, arrived tonight on the
near which the accident occurred, and here that, in view of the great promi
Following close upon the recent an
at these figures, the orders have been steamship Lucania. He was taken off
nouncement of a great syndicate to con Moro and sensational developments stood screaming for help, and moaning: nence Alaska has achieved, owing to recalled.
the steamer at quarantine. He received
trol the trade of Honduras comes the
the recent gold discoveries, and the im
an invitation to be present at a recep
sengers are drowned I”
information received from reliable
portance of definitely fixing the bound
tion tendered by the American Geogra
FIVE BRAVES SLAIN
sources that a gigantic syndicate is in
In a few minutes Carr had dressed ary line between our territory and that
phical Society at Chijkering hall to
proci-ss of organization for tho purpose
himself, and getting a boat, rowed of the Dominion of Canada, the senate,
night. Dr. Nansen was due at the hall
Battle Between Colorado Gaine Protec
The shingle mill in Kelso, Cowlitz at 8:30 p. m., and arrived 10 minutes
<»f promoting direct trade between the
with the porter to the scene. As they when it assembles in December, will
tor« and Indian*.
United States and Russia. The project
turned a point into the bank, they take early action on the treaty pending county, is cutting 170,000 shingles in ahead of time. His entrance was the
Rifle, Colo., Oct. 28. — Reports from came upon the express car and the com between Great Britain and the United 11 hours. This is at the rate of over
originated with Russian merchants and
signal for the heartiest applause, the
has the sanction, if not tho direct sup Snake river are to the effect that Game bination car floating about 20 feet from States and marking off the 141st merid j 150,000 in 10 hours.
entire audience rising to greet him.
port, of the imperial government.
the shore, but sinking every minute. ian. This treaty was sent to the sen
By a vote of 10 to 4, the Tacoma city
A gold medal was presented to Dr.
council passed an ordinance making it Nansen from the Geographical Society.
A dispatch from Managua, Nieaia- some Indians near Lily Park for vio One man was taken from the top of the ate almost two years ago.
gua, Mya John Augustine, an Ameri lating the Colorado game laws,and was ear, and efforts were made to rescue
The work of adjusting the differ imperative for women to remove their Dr. Nansen replied briefly, thanking
can citizen, was arrested at San Carlos, tired upon by the Utes. Game Warden those inside. A few were gotten out, ences between the countries regarding hats in places of public amusement.
the society for the honor conferred upon
the passengers left on the track making the southeastern line has been in prog
at the mouth of the San Juan river, by
him. He spoke in very fair English.
order of President Zelaya's brother, and ranchmen are after the Indians, a human bridge to tlie shore to take the ress for two years. In 1893, each gov 200 cases of Japanese tea, recently
Lieuteant Peary and Captain D L.
and, without any pretense of a trial, and a further conflict seems inevitable. wounded on.
ernment appointee! a commission to brought to Seattle on the Nippon Yu- Brainard, of the United States army,
was imprisoned in the jienitentiary.
The day coach and smoker had gone survey the territory through which this sen liner, Kinshui Maru. The inspec who was one of the party which held
Mr. Augustine was formerly United parties are organizing to go to Wilcox’s down in deep wate”, and rescue was line runs, and each made the geograph tor says the tea has apparently once the record for northern latitudes prior
States consul at Bluefields, Mosquito I assistance, fearing a general uprising ini|M>esible. In the latter coach the ical maps of the country, which were been used.
to the Nansen expedition, also spoke
territory, and is at present in charge of of the Indians.
condition must have been horrible. submitted to the government Decem
A farmer of Yakima will this fall briefly.
the navigation company’s steamers on
ber 31, 1895. These commissioners, sow a lot of the muoh-talked-of Ber
when the White River, Uncompahgre, Tho car turned completely over, and
the San Joan river.
however, had do power to propose a muda grass, which is said to thrive on
Oct. 27.—The supreme
John Griffith essayed ’’Richard III”
water, while the baggage end stood up settlement. Their work was confined dry hilly ground without irrigation. If
court reversed the decision awarding
at the opera house in Butte, Mont. In the line from Utah on their annual fall towards the surface. The men in that strictly to furnishing information upon
the test proves successful the grass will damages against the Western Union
the closing scene Griffith’s sword struck hunt. The White River Utes are ex lower end must have fought like fiend» which subsequent negotiations could be largely sown for sheep fodder.
Telegraph Company to the plaintiff
John Fay Palmer,who was doing Rich ceptionally ugly, ami have apparently for a brief period, for the bodies, when proceed.
Tests made at the Washington state Burns. The latter had urgent business
mond, in the face, cutting a gash ex been anxious to pick trouble with par taken out, were a mass of wounds.
agricultural college of beets grown on at Lovelock, and telegraphed a friend
tending from above one eye across the ties of whites with whom they have
The closing scene of the first day of
The porte has demanded the recall of
nose ami cheek. The bone of the nose come in contact. The Utes were in the this tragedy is drawn around a common two American missionaries from the irrigated lands in Yakima county un from Grand Junction for money. Re
was broken and a little more force Meeker massacre ami have never been car that stands near the scene of the province of Aleppo, on the pretext that der the system of experiments inaugur ceiving no reply, he attempted to beat
would have penetrated the brain. anything but ugly ai d waiting for an accident, where nearly a score of badly their mission for the distribution of re ated by the Northern Pacific, show a his way on a train, and falling off, was
Palmer turned his back to the audience opportunity to do mischief. There are mutilated bodies, none of them yet lief is likely to cause disturbances. The range of from 14 to 20,^ per cent of seriously injured. He then sued the
and finished the scene without any one several hundred of them now in the claimed by friends, are lying in a long United States legation has ignored the sugar, with an average above 18 per telegraph company for failing to de
cent. These results are laid to be very liver his message, and received judg
knowing what had hapiwned.
ment, which has just been reversed.
Game Warden Wilcox with a small row, grew some evidences of the disaster,
All of the coal miners of Boulder
the greatest that has ever oocurred ou
Thurston county will build a steel
county, Colo., are qnt on a strike.
It patty station out toward the Indian the railroad.
One Method of Pacification.
bridge with 200-foot span across the
Hot Fighting rrobnble.
is said that at one of the mines in camp and approached the camp unob-
Total number of known dead, 19;
Washington, Oct. 27.—In his last Chehalis river, near Grand Mound.
Simla, Oct. 27.—Official dispatches
Lafayette, the managers reduced the sorvid. The game warden was resisted estimated number of dead, 28.
During the past week grain has been from Khangarbur receiver) today state
wages of the machine men 10 cents a ami finally tired upon by the Indiana.
man, Sanitary Inspector Brunner, of pouring in from the fields to the ware
the advance upon Semagha pass on
ton. Word was sent to all the mines Then n set encounter followed in which
A New Trial for l.netgert.
the marine hospital servioe, reports houses and mills in Dayton, and they
both aides, in whlbh the insuigent
in the district to dose down and the a number of Indians were killed ami
order was implicitly obeyed.
The wounded. It was reported that Warden Deneen late this afternoon decided to ana. for the week ended October 7, and are now nearly filled to overflowing. tribes are collecting in great force, and
Very little grain is being sold or ship where furious fighting is expected to
strike is said to affect ab.mt 1,000 Wilcox’s party a so suffered severely.
Brigadier-General Otis, of the de|atrt- put Luetgert on trial for a second time 22 for the week ended October 14. He ped, the farmers desiring to hold for a occur, will be resumed tomorrow. The
miners. A number of the gold and
some day next week. New evidence also reports rapid increase in intestinal
silver mines in the mountains will have mcnt of the Colorado, rays if the cir has been discovered, it is said, relating diseuses, due to contracted food gjpply, higher p'ice. Most of them want to position taken up by the enemy is of
hold for 75 cents, but if that price is the strongest description. Tribesmen
to done on account of the strike.
to testimony of three witnesses for the and estimates that two fifths of the
effort will be made to have the matter sent to the scene of the trouble atonoe, defense. No arrangement was reached total deaths of the city are due to this reached again and the market has a are expected to make the most deter
ready to proceed at a moment’s uotice.
tendency to go still higher, they would mined resistance to the advance of th*
compromised as soon as possible.
as to bail.
no doubt atill continue to hold.
I British troops.