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YAMHILL C0UH1Y REPOHTER.
LAI tR NEWS.
Plan* Will Be Keady for the Bidder* in
■IlS Ö. IB 0« Nl
Democrat« sweep Alabama.
Engageiueut With I'hlneM.
». I. ASBURY, Publliher.
Washington, August 6.—The secre
Washington, August 8.—The follow
General Miles volunteers to go k!
tary of the navy has issued to ship-'
ing cablegrams have been received at
Declares the District All Right the navy department:
M c M innville
O regon .
New parasite discovered which de-. Dewet’s Escape Impossible buildets a circular calling for bids for
the construction of six armored cruis- I
“Che Foo. August 8.—Bureau of
for Practical Miners.
•troys army worm. (
Through British Cordon.
ers, three authorized by the act ol
Navigation, Washington: There us a
Prince Tuan and Li Ping Hong are [
March 3, 1899, and three by the act ol
British report, unofficial, of au engage
in control of affairs at Pekin.
■ June 7, 1900.
Those authorized by TOO MANY INEXPERIENCED MEN ment at Peit Sang, Sunday morning,
from 3 to 10:30. Allied loss iu killed
The allies were defeated in a battle BOERS SHORT OF AMMUNITION the former act are to be sheathed and
coppered. Two classes of bids are
and wounded, 1.200, chiefly Russians
I with theChinese at Peit Sang.
and Japanese. Chinese are retreating.
Transport Logan arrived at San Fran There II Also a.Scarcity of Food Among
CoMprvh.nahe Rsview of th. Import*
for sheathing and coppering and the
Not Ke There—Think* (ioveriimeiit
the Burghers-Many Pretoria»»* Have other without it, the department re-
nnt Hap|>*-nlnt» °f the Foot Week
“Che Foo, August 8.—Bureau of
Should Provide Transportation.
Rich strike made in the Concord
Culled From tile Tolegriiph Column*.
Been Sent Into Exile.
i serving the right to adopt either form
Navigation, Washington: Official re
group of mines in Sumpter district.
port, believed reliable, says about 16.-
The plans will be ready for distribu
Seattle, August 8.—“Nome is all 000 allies heavily engaged the Chines«
London, August 7. — A special dis
Japan, if necossaiy, can send 70,000 1 The assassin who had designs on the
Nc right for the practical miner, but it at Peit Sang, davlight, 5th.
life of Italy’s new king wan arrested. patch from Pretoria, dated Saturday tion to the bidders November 8.
men to China.
bid swill be considered which proposs contains about 10,600 people at this
• REMEY “
The British ar« slowly closing in on •ays:
Kentucky Populists nominated A.
Peit Sang is the first railroad station
“General Christian Dewet is com to furnish vessels of less than 13,406 i time who have no business there,” says
H. Cardin for governor
tons trial displacement for unsheathed Charles D. Lane, the California mil about six miles northwest oi Tien Tsiu,
Good prospect for Southern Pacific pletely surrounded near Reitzburg, and I vessels, and less than 13,800 tons trial lionaire mining man. “Nome,” Mr. en route to Pekin. Tausig. who sigued
Stnalljiox at Cape Nome is well in
it is imjiossible for his forces to escape
band and decreasing.
through the strong British cordon. | displacement for sheathed, or less than Laue resumed, “is all I believed it to the first dispatch, is in command oi
The Boers sav they will make a stand i 25 knots speed and a bunker capacity be and perhaps more. There is plenty the Yorktown, which is at Che Foo
Iowa Republicans remembered Min
Interest in the Chiuese situation w-i»
Machadodorp. They are short of of 2,600 tons. The maximum time al of gold there and the camp will demon
ister Conger in their platform.
tiating to uphold the integrity of ammunition and food. General Ham lowed for completion is 36 months foi strate the truthfulness of my assertion. intensified this morning by the receipt
A workman was crnshod almost to China.
ilton, by the rapidity of his move each vessel, with penalties of $300 » 1 came away ou business and expect to of two dispatches from navpl officers
jelly in a Laue county, Oregon, saw
So at Che Foo, repeating unofficial but
ments, prevents reinforcements reach day for each day in excess of ¡that tim» return just as soon as possible.
for the first month and $600 for eack many inexperienced people being in apparently reliable reports of activ»
German and French cities have been ing Commandant-General Botha.
For deficiency o' the district is bound to result in disas and extensive hostilities between the
New Hampshire Democrats nominat opened.
“It appears that after the train car subsequent day.
speed not below 20 knots tlie vessels trous consequences. Many of them are allied forces and the Chinese on tlie
ed Dr. Frederick T. Potter lor gov
Ex-government officials claims re
will be accepted at a reduced compen broke and discouraged. They cannot line between Tien Tsin and Pekin.
ports of disease in Cape Nome section flying the Stars and Stripes was de sation of $50,000 for each quarter kno' get away.”
The dispatches indicate unmistakably
railed at Honing Spruit south of
King Victor Emanuel III, successor are untrue.
that the relief column has started in
to King Humbert, has arrived at
provide them transportation back to earnest, and that it is meeting with
Japanese government prohibits the ing 46.
knot down to 20 knots.
The vessels will have twin screw«, the states?”
emigration of laborers to the United
“Many residents of Pretoria have
In Germany, 3,660 officers and 30,- States and Canada.
“If the government wants to do the neither of the naval dispatches men
and be fitted throughout with the mow
000 men have volunteered for Chinese
tions the presence of American troops
Mrs. Carrie N. Walker, supreme cruelly to British subjects before or modern machinery. The main batter right thing it certainly will.”
“How is the smallpox situation?”
in the reported engagement, it is gen
commander of the Maccabees, died al during the war. The terms of exile ies will consist of four eight-inch ;
“It is not at all serious.
Seattle erally assumed at the war department
Government will investigate the her residence in Detioit, Mich.
vary, iu one instance reaching 25 breechloading rifles of 45 calibei
length, and 14 six-inch breechloading could have as many cases and nothing that at least a part of General Chaf-
anarchist activity in the vicinity of
Li Hung Chang has officially notified years.”
There are a fees’ small army took an active and
rapid fire rifles of 50 caliber length. would tie thought of it.
the consuls at Shanghai that the min
Boer* Make Another (’npHirr.
Nome, but aggressive part in the affair.
Chinese imperial government is us isters left Pekin under escort August 3.
London, August 7.—The Lourenco three-inch breechloading rifles, 12 three- they are of the very mildest form.
According to the information in pos
ing diplomacy to check advance of al
Dennis Coglilan, the wealthiest man Marques correspondent of the Daily pounder guns, four one pounder auto There has been but one death from the ' session of the war department, tlie
lies on Pekin.
matic guns, four one-pounder single disease, and of the total number who town of Feit Sang is at the head of
in Toledo ami Northwestern Ohio, it Express, wiring Saturday, says:
Sir William Vernon Harcourt, liberal dead. Ills fortune amounted to $15,-
“Transvaal advices declare that Gen shot guns, two three-inch field guns, have had the smallpox there is not a tidewater on the Pei Ho, between 11
leader, estimates the cost of the Boer 000,000.
eral Baden-Powell was wounded dur two machine guns, six automatic gum pitted man in the lot. There was no and 12 miles by road beyond Tien Tsin.
war at $400,000,000.
Sense in such a scare.”
It is a village of nlud huts of conidera-
A collision occurred on the St. Louis ing n recent engagement at Rustenberg. and two submerged torpedo tubes.
The limit of cost of each of the three | Mr. Lane spoke of his own operations ble size, but not walled. The river at
Edicts of the Chinese imperial gov Southwestern railroad, near Pine Bluff, where the Boers, according to their ac
ernment issued as late as July 2 order Ark., in which five men were killec count, took some prisoners and cap ships authorized by the act of 1899 if in the camp, saying he liad completed this point is not navigable by anything
$4,000,000, and each of those author the Wild Goose railway, which runs larger than a good-sised steam launch,
ed the Boxers to kill the Christians.
tured 324 »vagone. ”
and two seriously injured.
ized by this year’s naval bill, $4,250,- , from Nome City to the mines on Anvil and it is thought that the troops proba
Ex-Governor Roger Wolcott, of
The count of the population of Buffa
creek, a distance of eight or nine miles. bly reached there in small boats towed
Massachusetts, has accepted the ap lo, N. Y., just completed at the census
It is now in operation, handling both by the naval launches. The country
NINE PERSONS INJURED.
pointment as United States minister to office is 352,210. The population it One Faimenger IlenlAted Their IleniMiitl
freight and passengers.
along the river between Pekin and Tien
1890 was 255,664. The increase it
Piece ot Iron Weighing a Ton Crashei
“As to mining,” Mr. Lane said in Tsin is a low alluvial plain, almost
It iB strongly intimated that Oregon 87.11 per cent.
Kansas City, August 7.—A Journal
Through a Hoof.
conclusion, “that has been greatly re impassable for wheeled vehicles in the
Bchool land business is manipulated by
New York, August 6.—Three per tarded owing to a lack of water. Up wet season, and under quite a high
A destructive forest fire is sweepinf special from Salina, Kan., says:
officials for the benefit oi a private the timber area between the Uppei
The Union Pacific east-bound pas sons were seriously injured and sis I to the time we left there had been but state of cultivation. It presents no
Geyser Basin anti the lake in Yellow senger train No. 4, which left Denver others badly cut and bruised today bj ■ little'rain, though we bail a shower or natural defensive features, and the war
Senator Foraker says the Democrats stone National Park. The line of fir» last night, was held up by two men the falling of five heavy pieces O’ i two while wj were eu route to Dutoh department knows no strategic reason
have as much show of winning con is 10 miles long and spreading rapidly. several miles west of Hugo, Colo., 90 structural iron [from the top of a 12-1 harbor, and these rains ma.v have ex why the Chinese should have made a
miles this side of Denver. The pas
gress as they had of carrying Oregon
Chicago packers have been asked by sengers in the Pullman sleepers were storv Imilding in the course of con ’ tended to Nome. I think there will be stand there, rather than at any other ot
the government to furnish 2,000,000 robbed of their money and valuables. struction at Broadway and Walkei ’ more or less of a rainfall at Nome this the dozen villages east of the walled
Navy department shares the general |>ouuds of meats within 30 days for the An oid man named Fay, a resident of streets. Fannie Gohen, 17 years ol i month, and if it comes in sufficient town of Tung Chow, where is stored an
distrust that all was not well on the American soldiers in the Orient. '1 hie California, who had been visiting Den age; Morris Beiehere, 16 years of age, quantities the gold output of the dis immense amount of provisions upon
battle-ship Oregon when she went is said to be the largest requisition ver and was on his wav to St. Louis, and David Waldemaun, 19, were sc trict w 111 yet be considerable. In any which the city of Pqkin wonld have to
ever issued bv the government of the refused to surrender his valuables and badly injured they had to be taken to a event, my faith in the camp as an ulti depend in case of siege.
hospital, and six others were painfull) mate gold producer is unshaken.”
The amount of gross gold in the United States.
fired a shot at one of the robbers, but injuied. All will recover. All of th» :
Fire at Ashland, Wis., did $1,000,- missed him. Thereupon the robbers injured personsiwere employed by M j FOUR KILLED, ONE HURT.
United States treasury is $431,176,-
Baltimore, August 8.—All the union
764, the highest in tlie history of the
returned the fire, one shot entering Goldberg A Co., pocket-book manufac
Aii Old Filed Fought Out at a Ficnic iu stevedores in Baltimore, numb.ering
The United States Hgain presents its Fay’s mouth mid coming out the hack turers, who occupied the upper twe
about 2,560, went on a strike today be
M iaaont I.
of his head, killing him almost in floors of the five-storv building or
The government of Nicaragua has claim to the porte.
cause the steamship agents refused to
The robbers stopped the Walker street, directly in the rear ol !
taken possession of the property of the
agree to employ no more non-union
A passenger was shot dead by train stantly.
train, jumped off and escaped.
Martine Canal Company and removed robbers m Colorado.
the building in course of construction i wounded in a shooting affair between men. The trouble began several days
The robbers got on to one of the
the company’s cars, rails and property
Four heavy iron girders, each weigh
ago. This morning the leaders of the
Germany is preparing to send another sleepers near Limon, and after the ing ovet a ton, were being hoisted tc William Dooley and bis four son» ou union presented to the agents an agree
to tlie interior from Greytown.
large body of troops to China.
train had started the men made a noise the top of the high building. They
Crop reports from Yakima, Wash.,
on the other. Doe Run, one of the min ment binding them to employ union
Four men were killed and one mort at the door. The conductor, thinking were being swung around to the top o: ing towns of St. Francois county, as men exclusively, which the agents
and la» Grande, Or . are rosy; grain is
they were tramps, opened the door to the building when they slipped out ot .
tnrning out poor in Yamhill county, ally injured in a Missouri feud.
the result of a filed. William Dooley, unanimously declined to sign. The
War department forwarding war put them off. The robbers, who were the chains. Three of the heavy girder! i Wess Harris, James Harris and John etrike was then ordered and promptly
Oregon, and farmers declare they will
masked, pointed a pistol at his head crashed through I 1 floors to the base- 1
obeyed. A huge number of non-union
supplies for six mouths to China.
abandon it for stock raising.
and ordered him to lead the way through ment, and the fourth stuck at the sec Dooley were killed, Frank Harris was men are at work today, and as vet
John Clark Ridpath, the historian,
All of the passengers ond floor. Over JOO workmen were at
there have been no attempts on the
moved forward, but were repulsed.
is dead at New York.
were asleep, and the conductor was work in the building, but they escaped young girl, was struck just above the part of the strikers to interfere with
Boxers and imperial troops fought ordeied to wake them one at a time. injury. When the big boom of the der ankle with a rifle ball.
Lightning killed stock and did other
together against Admiral Seymour.
The frightened passengers were told to rick was re eased from the girders il 1 A few days ago the Harris boys sent
damage near Centialla, Wash.
('MiiHfliaii Pacific Strike.
General Chaffee has started for Pekin keep quiet or they would be killed, and swung around and struck a 14-footiron be at Doe Run and intended to run the
A leak ill drydock No. 2, Brooklyn
Winnipeg, Man., August 8.—The
navy-yard, has caused a great amount with the British and Japanese forces.
Dooleys off the grounds. Just how tlie strikers met today ami passed resolu
over ther money and valuables. • The
A fire at La Grande, Or., consumed robbers obtained about $100 in cash and in over the side of the building. Tbil shooting began is not clear. All the tions asking jieople not to patronize the
piece weighed over a ton. It crashed
The Tsung li Yam Uli refuses to de property to the value of about $25,000. a number of gold watches and pieces of throuhg the roof of the AValker street Harris boys except one. Bill, were Canadian Pacific trains, excursions,
liver messages in cipher to the minis
Chinese government orders that, the jewelry. The robbery took place a few building, where 30 people were at work shot. One was killed instantly. Three etc. A committee was appointed to
ters at Pekin.
ministers have proper escort to Tien minutes before 1 o’clock this morning. on the top floor. They were buried is of the Dooley bovs, who were unhurt, wait on the caterers, whose annual ex
came to Farmington and gave them cursion to Rat Portage, requiring five
Italian troops took the oath of alleg Tsiu.
the debris. Those wiio were not badly selves up. They are in jail.
I'arl« Cub Driver« Strike.
trains, is to be held Thursday next,
iance to their new king at Rome among
Feeling against Boise, Idaho, watei
Paris, August 7.— Four thousand cab
asking that it be cnncelled. Otner
Buttle With Moonahlnrr«.
company may lead to municipal own drivers have gone on a strike, demand
railway orders express strong feeling
It is officially announced that no ership.
ing n lower rate for renting vehicles. fainted and the injured persons lying a result of a pitched battle, with in favor of tfie strikers, ano all have
cilixen loses rights through the recent
Senator Teller says congress should There have beeu no disturbances, but
Alfred Norton, foreman in charge of moonshiners near Johnson. 20 miles recently had secret meetings. The
marking of the temporary Alaska bound be called to deal with the Chinese sit the Republican guards protect the sta
iron workers, was arrested on a from Paul’s Valley, one deputy mar company has issued a circular stating
bles. A fire at the headquarters of the
charge of criminal neglect and arraign shal w as wounded slightly and another,. its side of the case. This has been sent
Chinese troops bombarded Blagve-
General Dewet is said to be so hem Caimlee Cab Company at St. Ouen this ed in the Center street court. He wai Schrinipsher, of Paul’s Valley, is miss to provincial points, and will not lie
Btchensk, the capital of Amur, July 26 med in that eecajie fiom the British is morning destroyed all the cabs and 15 parolled until tomorrow.
ing. The outlaws escaped in the dark niade public until tomorrow. Offi
horses. Ten persons who were assist
ami 88. The Russians have burned impossible.
ness. It is believed Schrinipsher fol cials are silent.
IIHitting for a bout. Son.
ing the firemen to put out the flames
lowed the band and was killed. Rein
The United States civil commission
St. Louis, August 6.—Christoph« forcements were sent from here today.
Arrewt «»n Account of the Shah.
The Anti-lmperialistio League has will take charge in the Phillipines, were injured.
and Margaret O’Neil, traveling with
August 8.—The French police
The outlaws are a part of a baud that
written Senator Hoar a letter condemn September 1.
Wrong Man Killed.
their five children in. search of an 18-
have arrested, at Abbeville, Auguste
ing him for his decision to support
New Orleans, August 6. — Last Fri venr-old son, Charles, who disap|>eared was raided near Centei a few days ago, Valette, a dangerous anarchist, who is
Naval officers are favorable to the day, when the mob riots were at their
when live of its members, together
President McKinley lor re-election.
construction of a dry dock on the height, a negro, supposed to lie Burke from his home in Pittsburg, Pa., mot* with a still and a quantity of liquor, supposed to have been the instigator of
The treasury department is sending Columbia river.
than a year ago, are stepping here for were taken. The leader, named Tice, Salson’s attempt upon the shah of Per
Jackson, was taken away from the po a few days. The members of the fam
nut the new 2 per cent l«>uds issued to
Towne will announce in a few days lice and shot to death. It now devel ily, who are traveling overland in twe n veteran Arkansas distiller, and other sia. Valette left Paris immediately
take the place of the old issue. Of
after the crime. He and Sa Ison will
the latter, $326,686,666 have been sur whether lie will stand as a candidate ops that he was not Jackson. Jackson wagons, have covered 617 miles since members of the gang escaped. After lie confronted. Today the |>oli<-e tried
for the vice-presidency.
was later captured at Iola, Miss., mid they left their home in Pittsburg, last
to discharge Salson’s revolver, but not
In the Philippines, a small Ameri today was returned to this city and April Mrs. O’Neil savs their journey a posse of deputies iu a deep ravine one of the five cartridges exploded, be
Au undated message received at Tien
will not end until their son is found.
Tsiu from Minister Cougerconfirms the can command, under
was auswered with a volley of bullets, cause of the way in which he had filed
Cut in Wngri.
previous report of Ins safety. The Altstaetter, was captured.
arlr « From (Itiita.
and shots were exchanged for over an the hammer.
minister has provisions lor several
Joliet, 111., August 6.— It is reported hour. The deputies surrounded the
San Francisco. August 7.—The trans
A bridge near Eddyville, Or., col
»lilHrdlHli for Chai-lrw Hoyt.
Weeks, but is short of ammunition.
lapsed, carrying down five persons, one port Irfigmi arrived at midnight, 39 that a straight cut of 15 per cent ha» outlaws’ position to await daylight,
Claremont, N. Y., August 8.—The
but the latter escaped during the night. appointment of James O. Lyford, of
All late re|s>rts from Pekin agree of whom was killed outright.
Yokohama. She is understood to have Steel & Wire Company. The reduc
that the attack ou the legations baa
Concord, as guardian of Charles H.
A party backed bv E. II. Harriman, on board a number of refugee mission tion, it is said, will effect e\erv em
ceased. The Japanese minister writes the railroad magnate, is looking for |
Plattsburg, N. Y., August 8.—The Hoyt, the playwright, was made in the
uuder date of July 19 that the Chinese copper ou White river, Yukon territory.
severest wind, rain and thnnder snower
landed until after the vessel is inspect obtained here, although it is understood ever ex|»erieneed in this section broke Sullivan county probate court todav,
authorities are apparently disputed to
Mr. Lyford will assume management
Sheng says an imperial decree has ed by the quarantine officer.
over this city touight.
The Lake of all Mr. Hoyt’s business affaire, and
In moving an address to the queen
cliainplain Yacht Club held its annual will endeavor to preserve as much as
Iiinfetlt’rate (ariierml Brail,
with reference to the assassination of communication with the foreign min
race meet here today, and tonight the possible of Mr. Hoyt’s personal estate,
King* Humbert, Is-rd Salisbury de isters in Pekin.
fleet anchored in the bay near Hotel the monetary value of which is a mat
York, a Confederate soldier, died at his
Ixm.lon. August 6.— A severe gale it Champlain, at Blnff Point. The storm ter of conjecture.
clared in the British house of lord*
Iu a decision at Albany. Or.. Judge home in Natchez, Miss., today, aged
raging throughout the United King- struck the fleet, and many of the yachts
that aocietv is threatened by the depth Boise held to the doctrine that it is the 86.
! dom. Channel traffic is suspended, were dragged from their moorings, j
Hot l>ay« Iu ( hlcago.
of human villainy that is beneath its buyer’s loss if he accept grain from
causing much inconvenience to thous The Valhalla, owned by W. B. Kings- - Chicago, August 8,—Nine persons
Hol IHf st Ifetrnit.
warehousemen that belongs to storers.
Detroit’ August 7.—This has been ands of excursionists who wished to land, of Burlington. Vt., was blown I died and a score were prostrated as a
The fact that the ministers at Pe
The Russian war office has teceived the hottest day of the summer in De , take advantage of the August bank hoi- out into the lake aliout half a mile, result of the heat here today. The
kin are held as hostages )>erplexea the
allies. It is fean-d that if the inter a dispatch from General Grodekoff. ; troit. the thermometer registering 96 I iday. Rain and wind have done much when it capsized. Mr. Kingsland's jnercury reached 93 degrees in the gov
damage in the provinces.
Several son, a man of 20 years, who was on the ernment office this afternoon.
national fortes advance the Chinese dated Khabarovsk, announcing that | I egress.
and yacht with bis father, was drowned. wind was stifling. The weather office
will, if deleated, retieat to Pekin and
put all the remaiuiiig toreignsrs to after a stubborn fight, and that the caused two deaths and several pros ’ many others have been obliged to seek The father managed to cling to the says the hot weather will continue in
. refuge iu the harbors.
Chiuese were l>eiug pursued.
dingey and Was later rescued.
trations. It was 94 in the shade.
Anarchiat Ri<»( in Chicago.
Inventory of the late vice-president
»»iisrter« for ilrfiigrrs.
Pol Plancon, the opera Kinger, sings (
lour I injured fap Colllalan.
August 8.—An anarchist
Hobart’s estate shows him to have beeu a whole opera in admirable German ] Columbus. O., August 7. — An elec
law Angeles, Cal., \iigust 6.—Great
St. Petersburg, August 8.—A tele- • riot occurred this afternoon at the cor
without understanding a word of that tric car struck a large wagon filled
gram from Khabarvosk says: About ner of Twelfth and Halstead street«, in
The National Telephone A Telegraph language.
with a fishing party, ou High stieet, erra Mailre mountains. A report from 6.600 persou»—railway officials and j vihich 25 people were bruised tn a
I amp Sturtevant says that although
< Tom pally, with an authorised capital
New York Chinese have issued a tonight and six persons were injured. th* fire does not threaten the camp as tlwir families—have arrived ti«n> from struggle with 45 policemen. Five pel-
of $60,006,000, has tiled articles of in
Charbin and other points, having re sons were arrested, among them being
proclamation saving mine of them art j The more seriouslv hurt are:
i much as it did a week ago. there still
corporation at Ttviiton. N.J.
from the trilx* involved in Boxer dis Rose, Boston. Mass., variety actor, leg ' remains much work for tne tire fight ceived orders from government ofti--i»ls Mrs. Lucy Parsons, widow of Albert
fractured; Fred Gefeller. spine injured
to embark on steamers. Among them | R. Parsons, who wa« executed Novem
Hon. II. Ji. Eater, justice of the turbance«.
and elbow split: C. E. Fuller, two ribs ers to do. Unless the flvnies are soon are 44 wounded and 33 on the invalid ber 11, 1887. in Chicago for aiding ami
United States district court of Hawaii,
A ranch of 350 acres, with 200,000. broken; Carl Eilliert, bad wound in ! checked a large area of the San Gabriel list. The Chinese Railway Coni|>any ■ betting the bombthrowing in the Hav-
has appointed Walter B. Hailing, of
1 forest reserve, in addition to the 15 ot has been given 5.18)0 rubles for ambu market riot. She was charged with
Portland, Me., a nephew of senator chickens and au output of 80,000,600 ' l>ack of head.
20 square miles already devastated, lance purposes anti for the construction disorderly conduct and resisting an
Perkins, of California, clerk of hie
Gur foreign trade continue* to «now will be laid waste.
of quarters for other refugees.
officer. Ha«- hat) w»* rtxed at $1.000.