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WIIIILL COUNTY REPORTER.
FRIGHTFUL RflllROIIB WRECK
Flllpmo« I nuapHble
of f'0111 pi'ehrn«! ing
The »pay of Chinese official* has been
Keporl Th»« Fxldence of Their Haran-
New Con <1 it ion ».
rulaie«« 1« «t»erwh«llialiig.
Manila, Sept. 5. — The Filipinos seem
on manufactures of
Ex-Goveruor Llewellyn, of Kansns,
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incapable of realizing tiie scope and
M c M innville .......... O regon .
A Rear-End Collision Costs purpose of the legislative functions of Serious Outbreak Reported the senate were some time ago direct*«!
to investigate the food adulteration»,
the commission of peace. There is no
The British garrison av Ladybrand
and accumulated a volume of testimony
possibility of s*|«rating the legislative
upon the subject from the best inform-
from the executive branches of the
German troops have been landed at
eil parties and highest »cientitic author
CARMEN ities iu the country.
MANY PEOPLE WERE INJURED mission's announcement of its assump ENGAGEMENT
one of the greatest sources of danger
Several forest fires are raging in Coos
i tion of |«wer bas met witli childish
I comments at the hands of the Span
to our foods, the committee state in
Locomotive Plunged Through the P mr - I.
CvMpr.h.uhe Kevlew of lb« Import,
their rejairt. exists in alum Faking
lards and foreigners, w ho sneer at the
An outbreak has occurred in Bohol,
Nenger Couchev and <'ru«he<i Them
xut Happening« of th« Ptwt Wee*
i'be committee found the
a* if They Were Egg Shell».
T Cwliotl From the Tnlegraph Column«.
testimony, they say, overwhelmingly
The czar is trying to frustrate Em
condemnatory of tiie use of alum m
the part of the United States authori
peior William’s plans.
Washington, Sept. 5—The war de- baking jtowders. and recommended that
Philadelp lia, Sept. 4.— Thirteen ties.
A German gunboat ha« been ordered
W'ar on the foreigners was ordered persons killed and over 80 others in
The co ninission enters upon tiie gov partment today received the following meh use be prohibited by law.
Senator Mason, discussing in the sen
by the empress dowager.
jured is the appalling record of a rear ernmental field under the following dispatch from General MacArthur:
A plot to buru Shanghai lias been
“Manila, Sept. 5. — Adjutant-Gen ate the report of the committee and the
The entire Democratic state ticket end collision between an excursion conditions: A majority of tiie island
train and a milk train on the Bethle ers desire peace and the resumption of eral, Washington: General Hughes several bills infroducert to carry the
iu Arkunsas was elected.
hem branch of the Philadelphia <fe business under American rule, but they reports an outbreak in Bohol. First recommcudiitious of the committee in
Bryan lias decided on an Eastern
Lord Roberts has issued a proclama
Reading railroad this morning at Hat are so cowed by a long series of mur Lieutenant Lovak, Forty-fourth volun to effect, said:
tion formally annexing the Transvaal.
“When we made this report we made
Pa., 27 miles north of this city. derous atrocities and destruction of teer infantry, reports an engagement
Seventy' missionaries from China
Labor day celebrations were held in
The wrecked train consisted of 10 property by their armed countrymen, near Carmen. At Bohol, our loss iu it. bused on the evidence before us, aud
reached Vancouver, B. U.
many cities, Roosevelt and Bryan day coaches aud was the first section of that they dare not actively show their killed was one, wounded six; the ene the evidence is simply overwhelming.
Washington fusiouist* renominated speaking in Chicago.
a large excursion made up of people feelings, especially because experience my’s loss in killed. 120. Have not re 1 do not cine how big a lobby tlwre
John K. lioger« for governor.
may be here for the alum baking pow
Labor day was celebrated in St. from Bethlehem, Allentown aud sur has taught them what such an expres ceived futrher details.
der, 1 do nut care how many memorials
Nancy C. Eoff, great aunt of Goy- Louis by a labor parade, wherein more rounding towns, to Atlantic City. sion of sentiment will bring upon them
Bohol is an island in the southern they publish, there is no place in the
truor Geer, died at Macleay, Or.
than 25,001) men of all trades partici This section carried onlv those persons from the mercilessly revengeful rebels.
who lived in Bethlehem and Allen A genuine reign of terror is exercised part of tiie archipelago, 305 miles from human economy of human food for this
Bressi, the assassin of King Hum- pated.
town. It left the union station in by insurgents and ladrones over peace Manila. It lies north of the large thing called alum. The overwhelming
Sort, was sentenced to life imprison-
In an altercation near Walla Walla,
Bethlehem at 6:05 A. M., exactly 35 ful country folk ill order to collect the island of Mindanao and is not far evidence of the leading physicians and
Emanuel Edwards shot and slightly
scientists of this country is that it is
minutes behind the milk train. The revenues and recruits their operations from Cuba.
It is reported that Prince Tuan and wounded P. II. Knight in the left leg. latter train consisted of two milk cars require, and widespread vengeance is
The war department received a ca absidutelv unlit to go into human food,
1,50(1 Boxers were killed in a great
and two passenger coaches, aud had wreaked in the vicinity of garrisoned blegram this morning from General aud that in many cases—if the gentle
stopped at every station on the road towns. For example, the insurgent MacArthur announcing that the trans man will rend the evidence, some of
Labor day was celebrated in Cincin from Bethlehem en route to Philadel General Cailles, in the province of La port Stephens sailed September 1 for the physicians say they cau trace cases
Earl Li asks the appointment of sev
eral Chinese officials to the list of peace nati by a parade of workingmen, esti phia! At 6:54 the milk train drew up guna, put to death tiie president and Seattle. She has paymasters and army iu their own practice—tlieie are dis
officeholders of the town of Bay, on La wagons aboard for our forces in China eases of the kidney due to tiie perpetual
the best-appointed procession ever seen in less than two minutes the special guna de Bay, officials who had been in and will put them ashore at Taku en use of alum in their daily bread.
Yu, the governor of the province of there on Labor day.
"When you mix a mineral poison as
excursion train, running at the rate or stalled by the Americans, and gave or route for this country.
•¡hen Si, is re|>orted to have invited the
General MacArthur chronicles two they all say that alum is, it is impossi-
Santiago, Cuba, is experiencing the 35 miles an hour, crashed into the ders that a similar fate should be meted
foreigners in his province to canne to
recent deaths among his officers in the I Ido t<> mix it always to such a degree
bis protection. Aliout August 21, 50 severest weather kuown since 1877. rear of the milk train. The locomo out to other adherents of the American j Philippines in cablegrams received at that there will not be a residuum left
•ooepted the invitation and all were The lower part of tile city is five feet tive plowed through the two passenger cause. He also ordered that all Fili the war department today. Captain of alum, which produces alumina, rod
under water. The firemen and police coaches and crushed them as if they pino soldiers who sold their rifles to
George II. Betley. Forty-seventh in which contributes largely to the diseases
were eggshells. The milk car immed the Americans should lie killed.
are assisting the sufferers.
It is said that the Standard Oil Com
iately in front was also badly damaged.
Any change of jsrlicy involving the fantry volunters, died on the morning of the people in this country.
pany will soon be purchasing the pro
"I want to give the sen ite an idea
Four persous on the passenger car of withdrawal of the United States troops of Auugst 26 from wounds received in
duct of California wells, now having II. Trevor, one of the most popular the milk train were almost instantly without substituting for them au ade j action near f Camalig, Luzo >, August of the class of men we have called.
obtained in the East a number of tanks young womn of Yonkers, N. Y., has killed. Fortunately, there were very quate defensive force is certain to re 21. Second Lieutenant Roy L. Fer They are the leading scientists from
for the storage, which will be located come into a fortune of $1,158,795. few persons on this train.
sult in fear of retaliation at the ex-j naid, Twenty-sixth volunteer infantry, every college of the United States that
at Bakersfield, where ground has been This large amount represents Miss Tre
The excursion train was a picture of pense of the "friendlies.” The ap- I was accidentally drowned in the Jan- we could gel hold of.’’
vors’ share left by her father, the late
secured for them.
bar river near Pototan, I’amiy, Septem
Senator Mason, from a long list of
John B. Trevors, who died December indescribable horror. The locomotive, proaching return of the volunteers i ber 1. The body was nut recovered.
scientists who had testified as to ‘he
a mass of bent and broken iron, firmly tends to influence the situation uufav- I
The United States transport Thomas 20. 1890.
hurtfulness of alum baking powuer»,
held the liodies of its engineer and tire orably. In .Northern Luzon the status I
arrived at San Francisco, 29 days from
NOT THE END OF IT.
■ nd as to the healthl'uluess of croatu ol
At a sheep slaughtering and dress man beneath its great weight. Behind quo is fairly well maintained and the
Manila, via Yokohama. She has ou
board 261 sick and wounded soldiers, in.' exhibition at Indianapolis, Ind., the engine six of the 10 ears were also people in that quarter are quiet and There Will Ke an Inquiry Into til. tartar powders, mentioned the folliw-
!1 military prisoners, 51 cabin paH«en Charles .1. Gardner, of Indianapolis, a mass of wreckage. The first car was engaged in planting, except in tiie
Appleton, John Howard, professor
ters, 173 in the steerage, and seven broke the world’s record. In 1898 he broken in twain and the other live cars provinces of N'euva Ecija aud Bulacau, • Washington, Sept. 5.—The report ol
stowaways. Seven deaths occurred killed and dressed 10 sheep in 32 min were thrown on their sides, completely where there has beeu a recent outburst . Captain Wilde, exonerating everybody of chemistry, Brown University, Prov
utes an<l 9 seconds; this time he killed demolished. Nine persous were killed of rebel aud ladrone activity. But iu I
idence, II. I.
daring the voyage.
connected with the Oregon ‘rom blame,
ami diessed 10 sheep in 30 minutes and iu tiie first two cars, and the others in Southern Luzon conditions are far less !
Arnold, J. W. S., professor, Univer
is not likely to end with the ex-parte sity of New York.
Dr. P. S. Kellogg, who has just re 22 seconds.
statement of the commanding officer.
turned from two years’ set vice as a sur-
Atwater, W. <)., professor aud direc
As soon as the crash came, a terrible outside of the gairisoned towns. Trav- i There will be a court of inquiry to de
So much of the general orders of
.geon in the Philippines, deDies the
rose from the smashed cars, and elers are subject to ambush by guerril- j termine whether the great battle-ship tor, government experimental station,
charges of neglect on the transport August 1 last, as direct Light Batteries
Washington, D. ('.
Kherman, made by Captain Crenshaw, U ami M. Seventh artillery, for duty those who had not been injured crawled las. Rarely does a day pass without j had the care and attention which
Barker. George I’., professor, Uni
of Atlanta, in his ante-mortem state
should have been given it by the offi versity of I’ciinsylvauia.
cers who were aboard her.
ment. Dr. Kellogg, who came home
Caldwell, G. ('., professor, Cornell
Although there is a determined ef
on the Sheiman with Cienshaw, says to tho Philippine islands for assign were pinned down by wreckage and I drones, resulting in casualties. There
Major George and had to be freed by the liberal use of are 18,000 troops in that district, Gen fort to prevent anything like the con University, Ithaca, N. Y.
the captain was badly wounded; that ment to a station.
Chandler, C. I . professor, Columbia
it was only a question ut time when Greenough, Seventh artillery, has beeu axes. With three or four exceptions, eral Bates commanding, and in three | trol of Chinese territory by tiie United University, New York.
States, the best-informed here think
be should die, and it was' at his own
Chittenden, Russell H., professor,
others dying on their way to the hos sick. The activity of the enemy in that it will be inevitable, or that this
request that the captain was allowed the Philippine*.
Yale University. New Haven, Conn
to come home. Dr. Kellogg avers that
l he public debt increased nearly $3,-
Cornwall, II. B.. professor. Uni «r-
to a shetl at the Hatfield station ami the that the insurgents have come into pos of indemnity lor the outrages which
Crenshaw had every possible attention, 000,000 iu August.
• itv of Princeton, .New Jersey.
have been perpetrated upon American
including the best physicians and
Crampton, C. A., professor, Division
Philippine voluuteeis will begin re senger* were sent to the nearby villages i to annihilate some small American
of chemistry. Washington. D. C.
turning in November.
for physicians, and a relief train wit«
Boxera attempted to mine the Ameri-
Frear. W illiam, professor, State Col
Conditions in the Visayas continue movement of Russia for the with-
There are 83 suspected cases of ordered from Bethlehem.
doctors and half a stozen nurses, a spe I virtually unchanged.
The lack of drawal of troops was made with full lege, Pennsylvania.
plague in Glasgow, Scotland.
Jenkins Edward II., professor, de-
A strike of 140,000 anthracite coal
rial traiti was sent from Bethlehem, | troops prevents aggression.
Negros, knowledge that the other powers
Charles A. Towne opened the cam
■liners is threatened.
but before it reached the seeue of the i Rombion, Masbate. Sibuvan, Talbas wonld not consent, and that it is sim partmeuc of agriculture, state of Con
paign in Idaho for the Demorcats.
wreck it was signaled to return to and Bohol are tranquil, all desiring ply a pleaJor another diplomatic posi necticut.
General Chaffee is preparing to win
Johnson. S. W., prol’e«sor, Yale ( al
Mindanao also is tion when negotiations open with Chi
Bethlehem, as a special carrying nearly civil government,
ter 15,000 men in I'ekin.
lege, New Ilaven. Conn.
command the department of the lakes all the injured had started for that tranquil, except the districts of Tea nese authorities.
The battle-ship AI h I shiih averaged 17
Mullet, John William, profes-T,
The governor of Shau Tung Ims 20,- place. On the run from Hatfield to gavau and Surigam, where occasional
knots on her official trial.
Unner.-iti id \ irginia.
Elvctioi* in A rk:iiis>ta«.
000 men ready to o[>|s>se German ex the ho pital throe of the injured died. encounters with the Filipinos occur,
Mew, W. M., yrofes-or, Army :«ad
Little Rock. Ark., Sept. 5.— The en
The Nehalem and lillamook lislier- pansion.
Much trouble was experienced in keep The enemy's fighting force the re is
men's strike is at an end.
limited but it has a number of rifles. tire Democratic ticket, headed by Hon. Medical Department, United States
Li Hung Chang is intriguing to set
Several of Minister Conger's guest* the foreigners to quarreling among on the train, so that the doctors gntli ; The surrenders, although they have Jefferson Davis, of Pope county, for
Munroe, Charles Edward, profe«- r
notably decreased since May, continue. governor, was elected in Arkansas to
have arrived at Tien Tain.
The experience of Northern Luzon day. Early returns indicate that the c.f chemistry. Columbian University,
to the wounded.
A movement to clear the country
Thirteen persons were killed and
The special train arrived at Bethle shows thst tiie American occupation of vote will be lighter than was expected. Washington, I). C.
south of Pekin in in progress.
I iescort, Albert B., professor. Uni
many injured by a railroad collision at hem at 11:30 mid was met 1 v fully any locality tends to its pacification 11. L. Remmel, the Republican candi
Official American dispatches are be Hatfield, Pa.
5,006 |>ersoiis all clamoring for news and well-being. Au unsettled Ameri date for gov ei nor, made a good show versity of Michigan. \:in Arlmr, Micti.
Price, A. F.. medical director. Uni"-
ing tami>ered with in China.
The Chinese situation how dejreuds from the wreck or trying to learn can policy retards the investment of ing and his increused vote over two
States Naval lio-pttal, \\ ashiugton,
From St. Petersburg it is repotted
that peace negotiations have begun.
Smart, (buries, lieutenaut-colonel,
than during anv period of the Spanish There was no opposition to the Demo-
W. W, Rockhill, American commis-
Primary roturns indicate that Croker
any office except the assistant
wild fire. All tho policemen in town regime. No doubt, the needs of the cratio ticket for
will control the New York Deinocratio sioner to China, says now is the time were gathered at the station, and was j army of occupation aie responsible tor governship.
The negroes voted in States ai my.
to settle the status of foreigners in
Sternberg. George M.. Snrgeou-Gen-
with great difficulty that the injured a very considerable portion of this. larger numbers than usual, but their
were removed to the waiting ambu The internal revenue collections are a vote is not large enough to affect the erul, United «tales army, Washington,
Senator Scott, of West Virginia, any*
The Brallamer copper mines, situated lances mid other vehicles which con third greater than those made by Spain. result. A fair estimate places the to I). C.
the Republicans will lose 100,000 vote*
Tucker, Willis (4., professor
on llovve Sound, near Vancouver, B. veyed them to the hospitals. AU dur This is due to an honest system of ac tal vote as follows: Davis, Democrat,
in New York.
C., have lieen sold to English capital ing the day people from Allentown, | counts. to a lack of favoritism and to 100,006; Remmel, Republican, 40.006; chemistry and chemist of stare bo* .
Heavy lighting is te|s>rted to have ists for $2,000,600.
Catasauqua and other places came pour- I impartial enforcement of the law. Files, Populist, 8,600; Davis’ major of health, state of New York.
Vaughan. Victor C.. professor. Uni
eceurred nt Machadodorp, between
A 18-year-old bov accidentally shot ing into Bethlehem, mid confusion ■ The military officials will turn over ity. 57,000.
Boers and British.
versity of Michigan, Anu Arlwr, Micti.
$6 600,000 (Mexican) to the commis
K om I Cut in Two.
and killed his Kl-year-old brother at reigued throughout the city.
\ an Reypen W. K., Surgeon-Gen
The second section of the excursion, sion. and this will probably b* expenrl-
Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 5.—Four
P. G. Stewart, memlier of the pro Hutchinson. Kansas, while attempting
United States Nair, Washington,
made up of persons from towns other
campers front Vancouver put. out in a
visional goveiiiment of Oregon, is dead to remove cartridges from a revolver.
harbor developmuients, the ueed of rowboat from a point near Powell lake, D. C.
st Tacoma, Wash.
Secretary Fosters' annual report of
Wiley, I’rof. II. W„ Chief Chemi-t
soon after the first section, but was which is greatly hamperiug the ship * short distance north of \ ancouver.
Four townships surrouuding sho- the cotton crop of the United States flagged before it reached llatlield. A« ping industry.
department ol -agriculture.
vlmue falls, Idaho, lune been reserved makes the crop for 1899-1966 9.436,- it could not get through ou account ol
The commission will lirst oragnize the steamer Uomox, for home.
The States, Washington, I). C.
1er a national park.
Wyman, Walter, Surgeon-Genera’.,
the blocked tracks, it was returned to municipalities in the provinces, notab t'omox in the darkness ran iuto the
About 25,060 idle tinplate workers Bethlehem, ami there was great re ly in I’am|>auga province.
Subse boat, cutting it iu two. Two of the United States Manne Hospital, Wassi-
ban Eraneisco's population, accord
joicing at the narrow escape of its oc quently it will turn it* attention to four, Aubray Lund and A. Vaughn, ington. I). C.
ing to the United States census, 1*
have resumed work, owiug to the tin- cupants from the catastrophe.
needed reforms in the civil hu <1 crim were drowned.
• 41,78». Bostons', 566,892.
Mr. Pettigrew—Was there any test!-
pl te makers agreeing to a new wage
l he coroner of Montgomery county ■ inal codes, passiug, in due time, to
monv which «.bowed that there were
Killed While Hun ling.
Ten square miles of forest reserve ill scale.
visited the wreck early and spent the j other featuies of its instructions, with
ease« of injury to health as a result of
lhe Sau Gabriel resellatiou, near l«>a
Spokane, Sept. 5.—Jav Carr, aged constant use of alum?
I ire destroyed the plant aud yards entire day at the scene. He at mice the idea of establishing a cential civil
Augeles, Cal., lune already been swept of the Otter Creek Lumber Company, directed the removal of the dead to government during the next 18 months. 12, was accidentally killed this after
Mr. Maxon—Yes; 1 can turn you to
by tire, ami still the tînmes are devour- st Hambletou, W. Va,, with 12,000,•
Twelve Americans, including two noon by his 14-year-old brother, Burt. the testimony.
Lansdale, a short distance south of
lug the timber. It was rejsirted from 000 feet of lumlrer, causing a loss of
Hatfield. He promises a rigorous in captains and two lieuteuants, have
Mr. Pettigrew — I do not care to ha\ e
Mturtevaut's l amp that the tire had $250,000.
lieen killed during the past two week«. homestead, at White Mud Lake, t h ree
vestigation into the horror.
•prend on the north side of the west
miles north of Colville, Wash. The the senator turn to it. I simply want
Wim krtl In H** It ring Sen.
six hundred longshoremen who w«ul
Mrk of the San Gabriel river ami the
Iroy* were hunting. Hurt was carrying to emphasize the point. I agree with
Seattle, Sept. 4.—Tug Wallowa, in which these casualties occurred are * rifle, which iu some way exploded, the senator. It has always been my
amth side of the I'ejunga river, lietweeu on a strike recently at the Erie rail
way ore docks, returned to work pend from Nome, brings news of the wreck
Devil's canyon mid the Short Cut.
the bullet taking off tiie top of Jay’s own impression that alum baking pow.
ing a settlement of their grievances by of the dismantled liark Mercury in
der is injui ions. I>nt 1 wanted t > bring
Thuma« ♦!. Power» Kill««!.
.lone Castro) Garcia, wlm was ariest- arbitration.
The bark was being
it out and make it emphatic, if the
»6 in Havre, France, on July 20 last,
towed to this city bv the tug and Power», commissioner of bwnking
proof «iixtain« that position.
Berlin, >ept 5.—The presence of the
rharged with aliscmiding from Porto
sprang a leak in a heavy gale. She |
Mr. M hsol —I quite agree with the
bubonic plague st Glasgow is com
Rico with *12,006 of I uited »late* Guavmas, Sonora, Mexico, a few days vv as stripped of some machinery and PeunayIvanin, was killed by
•enator. It i* claimed that there is
funds, has arrived iu New York. Ila ago, which consumed the general mer- alvaudotied in Cook strait, where she from a train in the outskirts of tliis mented upon here indignantly a« going
not a country in Europe that does n-it
was iu the custody of Luis Barilos, • lia'idisc establishment of I'. A. \guil- sank. She was owned by Captain E. city last night. Mr. Powers was 6.5 to show criminal negligence on the
prohibit tiie u-e nf alnui. ('eitainlv
assistant chlei of the iuralar poli.-e of
E. Caine, of thia city «ml was sent to
three or four of the leadtng countries d
Potto Rico, who went to Haire to block ami was the largest of its kind Nome last June in tow of a tug with a at Republican national conventions,
Manila, Sept. 5.— lhe United State* I urope to winch I Jure had my atten
bring back th« alleged emheaaler. Hv on the west coast of Mexico. The Coni and lumber cargo. "«he hail been and was one of the 30 wlw held out tor transport Californian arrived here safe
tion called prohibit the use of alum in,
tele extiadtiion the I reach government stock of u<M>ds earned was valued at condvmn«*>l as a sailing vessel. She | a third term for General Grant. One ly this morning. >h* was de'ayed 16 linking jwiwde-.
■sMogumes the sovereignty of the Unit
was built 49 years ago in New York a« the regular artnv at Manila.
Jay* at Guam with a broken propeller.
Mr. Pettigrew—Did the chemists
000 was «ustaiued.
ed Htates in Poito Rico.
a full-rigged ship.
•**.*OO Fire at Silin.
who came tieiore the committee, these
><» < hi nr«** X«•»■«!
T h HriiiK
English army fxp'niui*iit with a bi
Victoria. B. C., Sept. 5.—The steam- prole»«!»«, geuorall« testify—sax it th«
It is state,I that Germany will taka
Lima, Peru. sept. 4.—The Peruvian
more first prises at lhe Pari« exposition cycle ixirps as a defensive force is pro
San Francwco. "ept. 5.—Th* United •r Amur, trom Skagway, reports that result of their evidence—that the
nounced a success.
senate yesterday had under considers- State« trmi'isirt Lawtun. which arrived the business section nt Atlin Citv was cream of tartar baking powder 1«
than any other nation.
liter living with her hiislmnd for 41 lion a prois'sal for preventing Chines* today in ballast from Seattle, is to h* nearly wiped out hy fire Sunday last. henltiiv and docs not leave a resi tomn
Fifty residents of Massillon, O., left
for Oklahoma, where they will take up rear» a Topeka woman Ims discovered immigration, iu view of a possible ex. sent to Cape Nome to relieve the desti Ten of the largest Imsine*« building« which i« injurious to health?
Mr. Ma«i n—Yes; | ««y emphatic-
-laime on government laud and estab that he is Hot her affinity and asks mlns from Chiu* «< a result of the pres tute miners, mauv of w hom have peti wet* destroyed. l he loss is over $!'•,-
tioned, through I ■eneral Ifandall, for 606. with little, if any, iu«ursnce. ally. \ex; that the we,ght of the- evt-
lish a colmii.
Iran«isirtation south before the hard I The |*ople work««I like Trojans to sate dem e is. that wheueier anv of the-e
Work has lieguti in Baltiomre on the
V* I mg nr at («l»«fi)w
'Ilia comptroller of the treasury has
The lavwton the towu snd prevented the (tames from Jiatingni-hed men. who haie a nation
dovddad that a com moo cat rier is rvspou-
Glasgow, Sept. 4.—Another death, A laskau n inter sets in.
reaching any government profierty or al reputation, the leading chemist* of
•ilife for the loss of good* received by to lie nmoe from the silver coin cap supposed to be due to the bnlionio will sail for the north as soon as «lie
The new* reached Skag tire college«, were interrogated upc'a
it. even though such goon* are not sc- tured on the Spanish cruiser Cristo I ml plague, occurred heie today. Ninety- cau be got ready, probably within a
way by telegraph and no detail« were the point, thev stated that fact. et*ty
numpanied by • bill of lading or ship- Colou. lhe cost, when completed, three ca«e« of the disease ar* uv'W un few day*. She ha* accomodation* foe
obtainable when the Amur saihsd.
about 760 men.
one of them, to my recollection.
will be slaiut *8.060.
FE OF THE WEEK