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.Y1MHILL COUNTY REPORTER.
LAI ER NEWS
Oil Tank Kxploded Scattering Oil Over
REPORI OF ADMIRAI REMEY
Fart* of the
Ten thousand Boers are massing near
Ihroiif af People.
New Y’ork, July 1(1. — A special from
Manila, July 18. — “More soldier»”
Demand for harvest hands in Eastern
Boston to the Herald says:
is the demand which is coming to Gen
Entire Business District of explosion
M c M innville ........... O regon .
of an oil tank in Somerville News of Repulse of Allies eral MacArthur from every department
Oregon is enormous.
last night nearly a hundred persons
of the islands.
Recent events have
Prescott, Ariz., Burned.
More soldier» are ueeded for garrison
were more or less injured, and early
worked to vindicate General La«ton’s
duty in the Philippines.
this morning two were reported dead.
judgment that 100,000 troops would be
Chinese reformats are using every en
Many of the injured are in the Cam
ueeded to establish American sovereign
deavor to save the foreigners.
bridge, Somerville and Massachusetts AMERICANS LOST OVER THIRTY ty over the Philippines.
A monutain of gold bearing quartz is
general hospitals, while others were
attempted to hold provinces of 200,000
said to have been found in the Blue Many Who Were Comfortably Fixed *<ow taken to houses near the scene of the Three Tlion«an<l Friendly Chinese Ottl- or 300,000 hostile people with a regi
C«upr«hrn*lve Review of the Import'
Pounilet««— Territory’■ ‘‘IHclal I’tuiiu explosion.
cialM Ordered Killed by Prince Tuan ment or two, the American command
•ut Happening* of the Past Week
In the yard of the Boston & Maine
ers hardly realized the size of the Phil
Minister Wu’» Situation.
Culled From the Telegraph Column*.
Railroad, near the old McLean asylum,
ippine islands. The present force is
the sugar king, shot and accidently
among more than a thousand freight
not large enough to garrison more than
Washington, July 18.—The navy half the important towns, and in wms
Prescott. Ariz.. July 17.—A scene of cars filled with coal ami general mer
William A hie», an old resident of
Manila is now the counterfeiter’s great desolation and a feeling of deep chandise, were three oil tanks of the dpeartment this morning received offi of the most important islands, among
Tacoma, committed suicide.
paradise. Big snap in making Ameri est gloom pervades this towu today. Union Oil Company. When one of the cial confirmation from Admiral Remey them Cebu, l’anay, Samar aud Leyte
Rich gold strikes have been made on can dollars out of Slexican dollar».
All that remains of the priucipal busi cars caught fire and made a blaze that of the reverse of the allied force« at and the great Mohammedan empire of
the Koyukuk, some claims staked out
Andy Smith, 70 years old, was struck ness portion of the town is tottning could be seen all over Somerville, hun Tien Tsin on the morning of the 13th. Mindanao, ouly the commercial parts
yielding $4 to the pau.
with paralysis at Kalama, Wash., and walls and piles of charred and burning dreds of people Hocked to the yards. The dispatch is dated ('he Foo, July are occupied.
Roblters held up an Illinois Central when found had been four days without debris.
The Somerville firemen arrived prompt 16, and says:
The Moros are a cloud on the hori-
train near Paducah, Ky., blew up the food or water.
“Reported that the allied forces at bou . The officers liest acquainted with
The fire, which started at 10:45 ly enough, but had to carrv hose
eapress car and secured $10,000.
Heavy rain storms are raging in o’clock last night, was not under con through all kinds of places, while the tacked the native city the morning of conditions in Mindanao aud the Sulu
The empress dowager has ordered Northern Wisconsin.
All railroads trol until 3 o’clock thiB morning, when fire burned briskly and the crowd drew the 13th, Russians on the right, with islands tell the correspondent that they
the auppressiou of the Boxers aud the have suffered from washouts. Hail did the fighters went a considerable dis closer and closer. It is estimated that the Ninth infantry and marines on the consider serious fighting there inevita
tance in advance of the Humes and blew soon after the fire started fully 1,000 left. The loss of the a I lied forces is ble. If it comes, the two regiment»
protection of the legations at Pekin.
great damage to Crops.
up the buildings ou the south side of persons were in the freight, yards, and large; Russians, 100, including artil which are scattered in small garrisons,
A Pullman car was turned upside
It is reported that 10.000 Boers ar.
scores of the most daring were on top lery colonel; Americans over 30; Brit aome of them hundreds of miles apart
down near Redding, Cal., the nine oc- preparing to emigrate to America. Goodwin street, preventing the tire
ish over 40; Japanese, 58, including along the coast of Mindanao, an island
of freight cars near the Hre.
capants were all more or less injured, President Kruger will refuse to surren
Suddenly there was a rumbling noise. colonel; French, 26.
nearly as large as Luzon, may have
but none fatally.
der until his supplies are exhausted.
“Colonel Liscum, Ninth infantry, I serious work. The Moros are fighters
are from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000. One gieat sheet of flame shot into tlie
Thirty-six bodies, horribly disfig
Theodore Greil, aged CO, au employe The burned district embraces five air, and a huge oil tank which had killed; also Captain Davis, marine by nature, do not fear death, have
cred, have been recovered from the of the woolen mills at Oregon City, blocks, in which were located the prin been ou a car went up on end, scatter corps. Captain Lemley, Lieutenants ' many guns, tlaingh of antiquated
hull of the steamship Saale, recently Or., was accidentally drowned while cipal mercantile houses, both banks, ing blazing oil in all directions.
The Butler and Leonard wounded.
makes, but do the best execution by
burned at Hoboken, N. J.
“At 7 iu the evening au allied attack I lying in the thick jungles aud cutting
attempting to get into a boat to row both telegraph offices, the three news huge tank of oil, one of three, on as
The burn on the native city was repulsed, with j down soldiers who pass through with
paper offices, lour hotels, and every many cars, had exploded.
County Commissioner Campbell, of home.
Spokane county, Wash., was killed by
The American bark Me Near was lost saloon and restaurant except oue in ing oil fell upiii men, women awl chil great loss. Returns yet incomplete; their terrible krises and spears.
an O. R. & N. passenger train near on a reef near Laysan island, near the town, besides scores of private resi dren iu the throug, who shrieked with details uot vet confirmed.
GREAT WAR HAS OPENED
To add to the p-evailing pain and terror. Six men on top of
Latah, Idaho. He was crossing the Japan. The passengers and crew spent dences.
Consul-General Goodnow cabled to
track in a buggy.
two days on the water and landed on gloom, a high wind has prevailed all oue box car were thrown to the ground
Only With Breaking and Far.
Men and the state department from Shanghai Will Biol
nay, sending Hinoke, dust aud burning with their clothing on fiie.
titioniiiff of Chinego Fmpfre.
A flood of gold is pouring in from Laysan island.
embers in every direction, requiring
Alaska. The receipts of the govern
New York, July 18.—A dispatch to
Aumiral -Seymour wan compelled to
ran about the yard in terror.
Some iug more to rejiort since his cablegram i
ment assay ollice at Seattle in the fis shoot his own wounded during the re the greatest vigilance to prevent an
Tribune from London says:
Owing were so badly burned that they drop of the 18th inst. The dispatch report
cal year were $18.680,386.
This cent disastrous retreat of the Pekin re other outbreak of the flames.
A great war has opeued in China,
ped. Those who were not ou fire help ed the attack on the legations at I’ekin
month’s recepts may exceed $6.000,- lief expedition. They preferred it to
with the Japanese in the front line and
it is impossible to obtain an accurate ed them, and were themselves burned. as about to beign. Mr. Goodnow’s j with the heaviest reserve» immediately
tortue by barbarous Chinamen.
account of the loss or individual insur
The Chinese government Is sorry for
Judge W. 11. Washington, of Phila ance. From interviews with insurance performing acts of heroism. The oil the Shanghai story that all foreign con available. Three American battalions,
the recent outbreaks, but holds the delphia. a direct descendant of Augus agents, the total insurance does not ex tank which had exploded was on a car suls were informed Saturday bv Sheng , and about 13,000 Japanese troops, have
powers blamable. The empress dow tine Washington, father of Georg. ceed $350,000.
between two others, anil those were iu that the legations|)iad fallen aud the reached Tien Tsin since the two battles
were fought, so that the allied force
ager says the attacks on Tien Tsin were Washington, is dead at Castle Creek
of going up at any minute. A ministeis were killed.
At daylight this morning teams were
the result of the bombardment of Tien Hot Springs, Arizona, of consumption. at work hauling lumber to the public locomotive was backed in and started
Without exception today the foreign i now aggregates 25,000 men, with con
He was 45 years old and a lawyer of plaza, and this evening it is covered to draw out the train. A railroad man representatives in Washington accepted I tingent» slowly dribbling into Takn.
War has not lieen formally declared,
Savages of the Caroline islands at recognized ability.
with tents and temporary frame build ran up, threw a heavy sleeper beneath as practically certain that the foreign but it is iu progress, with every indica
tacked a shipwrecked British crew,
A Holland submarine torpedo boat ings. The occupants will be ready for
tion that it will continue indefinitely
•eiiously wounding two of the British, may protect the port of Portland, Or. business tomorrow. Both banks have coupling broke, the car stopped awl the been wiped out. The opinion is based until the government now in jwwer is
on the accumulating unofficial data
and were only driven of! when an Two of the new ones soon to be con secured temporary quarters and will be oil tanks were separated.
Fifteen persons were taken to the that the slaughter occurred about July overthrown and the empire broken lip
American cattle dealer came to the structed will be assigned to service on open tomorrow.
into a series of European and Japanese
rescue of the Biitish.
the Pacific coast, and one may come to meister Company will be open for busi Somerville hospital. Joseph Hayden, 6 or 7. Even among the high Chinese provinces and piotectorates.
ness tomorrow in their warehouse, two
On the Baltimore <V Ohio railroad, the Columbia river.
treat of the allied forces from Tien Tsin
a deliberate attempt to wreck the
would be followed by outbreaks against
The Washington government will take blocks from the plaza.
Hon. W. A. Clark, of the United the explosion, died early this morning. cial information, awl that they are as the foreigners in all the provinces.
Washington express, bearing $3,000,- every precaution against violence to
much in the «lark as others.
000 in gidd to the subtresaurv in New Chinese in the United States, which is
KETTELER TO BLAME.
The situation as a telling effect on They are compelled to halt where they
York, came very near being successful intimated in some sections, in order ing the works at Jerome, wired a draft
Chinese minister, who is under a are and to hold their ground by hard
at Folsom, a short distance outside of that the force of our demand for satis I for $500. All the sufferers from the Would Not < n 11 Additional Guards tor
nervous tension and agitation more fighting, and a campaign begun with
t lie l.egat
faction from China shall not be weak Hre are provided with food, shelter ami
severe than that of the American offi no other motive power than that of se
New York. July 16. — A d sptach to cials. He is seeking to show in the pres curing venganee and reparation for the
The general freight agents of leading ened by counter claims.
■ outside assistance will he required.
Western roads have formed an arrange
ent acute crisis that nornatter how had massacre of the legations will involve
American athletes were successful at I The only business houses remaining tlie Herald from Berlin says:
sacrifices and expenditures for wliicA
ment for the ptsding of business. Joint the Paris tournament.
in tlie town are Goldwater Bros., A. j from Lieutenant von Loesch, attache condition» limy be in China, he is not territorial concessions are indispensa
agencies are to be established at Kan
Blumberg aud Mrs. K. R. Blaine, dry of the German legation at I’ekin . It tlie less anxious to serve the American ble.
sas City. Omaha and St. Paul. A
goods; Joseph Dougherty, T. XV. Otis is dated May 29, and shows that the people and government, for he has
This is not the American view, but
joint agent will be placed in charge of and Biitish at I’latkop resulted indeci
and J. 1. Gardner, grocers, aud W. W. early failure to increase the guards of taken great pride in the kindly person the Russian, Japanese, German, Ital
the traffic at each of these cities.
The Russian minister at Pekin is Ross and W. P. Covillaud, drug stores. the various legations was due to tlie ple here. Minister Wu declares un- 1 ian aud French, who already have their
Colombian revolutionist», under Gen-
to have lieen boiled to death by The express office and postoffice were action of the late Baron von Ketteler. worthy of lielief the cable report that i eyes fixed upon future provinces and
eral Juan B. Gonzales and Simon
both out of the fire limits, but the
The letter states that after the first Sheng, director of telegraphs and posts 1 conquests, and the English will find
Chaux, have captured the city of Popa-
latter had a close call. All the mail
Nine houses were entirely consumed and effects were ready to move at a attack by the Boxers on the Pekin- at Shanghai, knew of the killing of the an India in Central Asia.
van, a capital of the department of
Hankow railroad, a meeting of the foreign ministers at the time he made I
Cauca. on the march to Popavan the and many others damaged by tire at moment’s notice.
A <'riin« of Desperation.
ministers was held to decide whether
revolutionists took all the cities near Dunsmuir, Cal.
Baltimore, July 17.—Poverty and
The office of the supervisor of census additional triaips should be sent for to a recent suggestion that foreignets be I
the Ecuadorian frontier, including the
A tierman paper says the seizure of for the territory was located in the protect the legations. Baron von Ket escorted out of I’ekin it the allied forces ’ ill-health drove Louis Fisen, a shoe
Kiao Chou has caused the present trou Prescott National Bank building, and teler was very much opposed to this would not advance. As a matter of j maker. today to kill himself, his wife
-ontained all the official statistics of the being done, while the French minister fact. Minster Wu states that the Chi and 13-niouths-old babe with a razor
ble with China.
Boers have retiied from Senekal.
of the territory, but they were was very much in favor of this course. nese officials have no better means of I and to wound his 3 year-old son.
Fire at Durant, I. T., wiped out th. I
British stormed and took the town of
learning the truth of affairs iu Pekin The tragedy occurred in East Lexing
removed to a place of safety.
The latter was, however, overruled by than the foreigners, as all the usual i
Bethlehem, Dewet retreating.
ton street. The corpse of Fisen wa»
loss of $100,1)00.
his colleagues. M. Piehon was so hurt
The empress dowager again holds th.
this inorniug in a grocery store, and by this refusal to ask for guards that means of communication are suspend found lying in the middle of the floor
All foreigners have been removed the Postal Ims ojiened an office at the
ed. But he points out that Sheug i with the head almost severed from the
reigns of government in China.
from the town of Wa Chou, China, and railroad depot.
could uot have known of the death of
The electric light
Three men were killed by the explo are safe at Shanghai.
Auothei factor that led the ministers the foreigners, else he would not have [ body. The body of Mrs. Fisen lay
across a mattress in the corner of the
poles and wires were in the burned dis to teach this unfortunate conclusion
sion of a boiler at an oil works in
United States Senator John II. Gear, trict, and the town will be in darkness was the desire of the diplomati? corps made a proposal that the foreigners he room, her throat cut from ear to ear,
of Iowa, died at Washington City of until they can be replaced. The com to take their usual summer holiday escorted out of the city. This latter , and the infant.’» body was iu a baby
The total casualties of the British, as heart disease, aged 75 years.
pany also owns the telephone system, and it was feared that if additional is considered proof positive by Mr. Wu carriage behind the connter. A most
a result of the Boer war, up to date ar.
and loses more than half its instru troops were sent for they would not be that Sheug considered the foreigners pitiable and distressing sight was the
48,138 officers and men,
little bov, Harry, standing near the
of Prescott, Arizona, were burned, ments.
able to do so.
St. Louis street car strikers again causing a loss of $1,000,000.
Ixxlv of his dead mother, with blood
Many citizens who yesterday were
Biialnr*. Interrupted by Strike,
have their busses running in opposition
•treaming from a gash iu his throat.
comfortably fixed are today homeless creased, a second conference of minis
The steamer City of Topeka ai rived and penniless, a number losing both
to the Transit Company.
ters was called, at which it was re Transit Company today filed iu the The boy was sent to a hospital, where
at Seattle fiom Lynn canal with be
The French ship L’Aquitaiue has tween $750,000 and $1,000,000 ill gold their business places aud their resi solved to bring detachmeuts of at least I city register’s office its returns of trips the physicians hope to save his li’e.
dences. An army of carpenters have 50 men to guard each legation.
sailed from Toulon with 850 infantry
From Manila to China.
dust from Klondike.
and passengers for the quarter ending
been busy ail day putting up tempor
and artillery for China.
Manila, July 18.—Two battalions of
Twenty square miles of forests were ary structures, many of which have
A Runaway Freight Train.
New York tailors are again planning buured by a fire started by a firecracker been completed and will open for busi
These reports are particularly interest the Fourteenth infantry and Daggatt’s
Redding, Cal., July 16.—Last night,
a big strike. Contractors are violating near Grub Gulch, Cal. The loxs will ness tomorrow.
ing, as showing the decrease in the battery of the Fifth artillery, will
when a freight train bound for Oregon,
leave for China tomorrow by the trans
agreements made several years ago.
lie hundreds of thousands.
Of the three printing offices iu town drawn by two engines, was climbing company’s business, caused by the
Dr. Charles F. McDonald, the organ-
General raiu has fallen over nearly all that was saved was about 30 cases the heavy grade above Upton, a coup- strike. During the first three mouths ports Indiana, Flintshire and Wyefield.
The expedition, which will join the
iser of our |»>»t»l money order system, all India during the past few days aud of type bv the Courier.
The destruc 1 ng gave way, aud 30 cars, loaded of this year, before the strike was iu-
died at Hamilton, Ontario, aged 71 the prospect, are that crops have im tion of the others was ixmiplete. J. C. with fruit, started back. They passed augurated, the Transit Company, ac Ninth infantry, will carry 500 rounds
mensely improved. The famiue area Martin, proprietor of the Journal- through Sisson seemingly at the rate cording to its returns, carried 27,058,- of ammunition to a man, and a reserve
of 1,000,000 rounds, together with
generally been beuetitted.
Miner. saved only his books. Included of 70 miles an hour. Half a mile be 585 passengers, its cars making 1.367,- medical subsistence, stores and cloth
Southern negroes may go to Hawaii.
Eight-hour shifts for all inderground in his loss was a Mergenthaler linotype, low Sisson is the Pioneer Box Factory.
Plantation owners of the island will
its returns for the three months ending ing for 500 nieu for three months. It
make them good otters with a view to men at the United Verde mine aud an installed in the office only three months Here seven of the ears broke liaise ail«I June 30. its cars made only 447,049 will take also two seven inch mortars
dispensing with the troublesome .lap
and two six inch howitzers, with am
miners in certain portions of the mine made arrangements for continuing pub others continued on their mad course. trips awl carried 13,733,621 passen
munition. The hospital ship Relief is
were announced at Jeionie, Aria.
lication. although hut little insurance At Big Canyon, three miles below Sis
I going to China.
A plot to assassinate President Mc
was carried by either.
Most of the son. the runaway train again parted,
Hurt by Falling Wall«.
Kinley has been Irusirsted.
heaviest losers will rebuild at ouee.
some of the ears Hying the track and
Assault on Kans». City Chlnamrn.
concocted bv a group of Spanish and that tribal wars are laging at the Solo
July 18.—Nine persons were
The origiu of the tire was unknown
mon group. There has been a tierce
Kansas City. Mo., July 18.— In
Cuban couspirators who had head
battle between the Marian (Boys) aud until this evening, when it was learned half dozen continued over a high tres iu a tire caused by lightning tonight at censed at the Boxer news a crowd of
quarters in New York.
Malata tribes. I'he losses ou each side , that a man rooming over the bottling tle around a loop Hnd finally shot off Michigan street and Dearborn avenue. . men and bovs gathered about the laun
works was lying in bed reading by the rails below Mott, aitei running 10
George A. Morse, an aged and altso- were heavy.
Meany will die. j dry of Ah Sing, a Chinese laundry man.
lutely helpless patient in the Agnew’s
Dynamite was explode I under a candlelight when a piece of loose paper miles. All the timbers are in splin The total damage amount» to nearly and started a demonstration that caus
lie ran out ters. Fortunately, no trains were en-
insane asylum, at San Jose, Cal., was Transit ear in North St. lamis, and on the wall caught Hre.
$200,000. Henry F. Veheiiiever & ed Siug to call on the police for protec
slowly I »filed to death in a bath in the four passengers were injured
The crowd passed the time
A su to give the alarm, aud before others countered by the runaway.
, proprietors of the broom corn fac tion.
men’s ward of that institution. He burban ear. the only union line in the reached the place the Hre was beyond
stones into the laundry and
Robber« CMiiglit in tlie Act.
was place«I in a bath tub, aud after the city, accidently ran into a strikers’ ! control.
and J. Dreyfus & Co., furriers, at $30,- I calling out to the inmates that they
hot water was turned on the attendant ' ’bus wagon and injured 12 oecupauts, j
Mor« Kalno In Tex a«.
would kill them. A squad of police
aien were caught iu the act of robbing 000.
left the room for a towel, forgot his two seriously.
di«l>ersed the crowd quickly, and, at
Dallas, I>x.. July 17. — Northern Mason Whitehill's general store at
patient, and did not return until the
Attempt to Wreck Fa«t Train.
the instigation of Ring, who is one of
Judge Thomas Ayer,-of the United Texas has been deluged by rains for State Center today. A number of citi-
imbecile was fearfully burned.
States court of appeals at St. Louis, more than 12 hours, and the insiioa- zens urrounded the building, and a
Junction City, Kan., July 17. — An the most intelligent of the several hun
A serious tire isiaging ou Bull moun has handed down an opinion declaring tions are that the storm has ouly be- pitched battle ensued. Ben Whitehill, attempt was made to wreck and prob- j dred Chinese iu Kansas City, guarded
tain, Railroad creek and Dninpey'» that John I*. Reese, the Iowa Miners’ gun. The downpour at Dallas was ter me of tlie proprietors, was shot in the ably to rob the Union Pacific “flyer” ' the place during the night.
Pillar, on the north side of the Yellow- Union official who was sentenced to rifle. streams are swollen anil trains leg. One of the robbers was also about four miles this side of Manhattan
Violence to Italian Miselona.
stono river, Montana. It is extending imprisonment in Kan«»» for violation • re delayer) because of washouts.
wounded, and with one of his associ this evening. The switch was turned I
Rome, July 17.—The Italian consul
east to the Mussel Shell river, and is of a strike injunction, was illegally |
Youngstown. <)., July 14.—The ates was captured. The other two es- bnt the engineer succeeded in -topping | at Shanghai cables that the Italian
the traiti before it had gone bnt a I mission in Hu Han has been destroyed
• weeping the range like tinder, as restrained of Ins liberty, and granted a sei ere storm last night caused a sud ca|>ed.
short distance in on the siding. A | and Bishop Fantosati and two mission
everything is dry.
( late report says writ of habeas corpus releasing him. den rise in Mill creek, sweeping away
Political success, like anything else, gun, dynamite and a bottle, supposed I aries killed. He also reports that the
that 20 head of lior-es belonging to Judge Ayer ruled that the lower court • bridge aud washing out railroad
Ramsey, of Billings, xveie burned. erred in incluing Reese under the in tracks, causing damage amounting to depends almost entirely on the amount to contain nitroglycerine, were found Italian missions in Ho Nan and Hup
if rustling a man does.
hidden under a pile of old ties.
Vast docks of sheep are in great danger. junction.
have been assaulted.
anrgron« for Cape Noma.
Robert Fitzsimmons will meet both I
• 100,000 F ruit Fir« In California.
Washington. Jnly 16.—As a result
Fire at St. Pan!.
Sharkey aud Ruhlin next month.
Coleman, Tex., July 18.—Fifteen
During the last 13 vesrs the popula
Newcastle. Cal., July 17.—Fire to “ of a conference today between Assist
St. Patil, Jnly 16.—Fire this after
Gold hunters iu Russia are governed day destroyed all the fruit houses and ant Secretary Talyor an l the officials lives are known to have been lost in a noon destroyed five large and three
tion of Germany has increased I I jier
cent, bnt the number of doctors in the by arbitrary laws, one of which com - J leading business houses of the town. of the marine hospital service, two ad- cloudburst here today.
small buildings formerly used by the
German empire has increased no le-s pels them to turn over all gold they The loss will exceed $100,000.
Over ¡ditional -urgwons have been ordered to have l>eeu recovered, but only two were Chicago Great Western railway as re
than 36 per cent. It thia ratio is mav find to the ini|s-rial treasury, [ 100,000 boxes of fruit were burned. pro«-eed at once from San Francisco identified. It is feared that many pair shops, at South park, just outside
kept up. any statistician can terser the which pay* the miner at a staudard The Southern Pacific Company wa* the to Seattle, and thence by boat to Cape more lives were lost iu the vallev be the city. Almut 300 carloads of shin
time when every German will be a I rate. Thi" law may seam tyrannical, ( heaviest loser. I'heir loss in fruit in Nome, tn assist in stamping out the low Coleman. The cloudburst, which gles were burned. The loss is estimat
doctor, and the whole German popnla- I but it ha* one ine-tiniable advantage— cars »ml rolling »lock is estimated at | smallpox now epidemic at that place. I followed three days’ unprecedented ed at $2iW.OOO. There was a high
rainfall, caused Foul’s creek to burst
tM>n. having »» patients on wlwmi to no gold digger in Russia can tell extra $36,000.
When a woman dislikes a man. it is it* banks and rush through Coleman, wind blowing, and the Hamee spread
practice, will have to migrate to fields I ordinary romivuces about the richness,
from the oil hou«e to the adjoining
a village of Imv than 1,000 inhabi
where phy.iciaus ar. a •••ad. I«*» coni' of hi* claim when the official figure, ar* 1 Some women amount to nothing out-
buildings and might cars, of which
that he leads a dual life
•id. of their church
there was a treat number in the vara.
D. I. AIBIKY.
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