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THREE TON8 OF GOLD
Portland—Over Five Hundred Return.
LEYTE A8 BAD AS SAMAR.
Eicaped to Adjacent I »land From
Balangiga—Marines Sent to Samar.
Manila, Oct. 24.—General Chaffffee
Port Townsend, Wash.. Oct. 25.— Two Desperadoes Dynamite An
does not exjiect to hear of any exten
Forms at Philadelphia.
Express Car In Oregon.
sive engagement in the island of Sa
at 1:30 this morning, bringing 520
He believes the operations
passengers and three tons of gold,
there will not result in any open
ICTI.MS OF FLAMES AND FALLING WALLS
most of which came down the Yukon
fight. It is hard to find armed Fili
to St. Michael. The passengers ar
pinos, but every man without occu
ver 300 Men end Women in a Fire Trap— riving report that winter has prac Thieves Secure Registered Pouch From Mail pation will be compelled to go into a
tically set in, and that ice has begun
town. It is expected that all the
Many Buried Beneath the Ruins —
Car—Engineer Forced to
to form along the shore at St. Mi
rifles captured by the Filipinos at
Jump From Seventh Floor.
The Villainous Undertaking.
chael. At Nome, the scenes around
Balangiga are now in the island of
Leyte, where many bolomen are
the transportation companies’ offices
I Philadelphia, Oct. 28.—A fire ill are most exciting. Hundreds of peo
Eugene Or., Oct, 23.—The north known to have gone from the island
Hhich the police say 19 persons lost ple congregate, all seeking transporta bound California Express was held up of Samar. In fact, Leyte is as dis
■ieir lives and many were seriously tion, and accommodations on steamers about 15 miles south of Eugene this turbed as Samar.
The object oi the reinforcement of
nd perhaps fatally injured, occurred due to sail is not near sufficient for morning. The train reached here
| the demand. The Portland reports
American troops now being pushed
1 the heart of the business section of that nothing was seen of the Garonne | about 7:30 o’clock. Particulars of forward is to increase all the garrisons
le city. The nine story building at up to Oct. 11, the day she sailed, the hold-up were given by ^passengers 4o 38 men. Some of them have,until
219 and 1221 Market street, occupied and the senator had not arrived. The and trainmen.
recently, numbered only eight men.
cinson A Comjiany. up- ' schooner Abbie M. Deering sailed for
Two men boarded the train at The reinforcements will also allow
olsters and furniture dealers, and Puget Sound October 10.
the detailing of a working force to
vo unoccupied buildings at 1223 ' nue cutter Bear sailed from Dutch ; Cottage Grove, and a short distance o|>eration the field, hunting for in
nd 2225 Market street, were de- Harbor for Port Towsend Oct. 14,
surgents. General Wheaton reports
iroyed. Many other buildings were and the Manning and the Thetis will fireman and his helper, uncoupled the that a band of bolomen has entered
imaged, and the loss is estimated to remain north until November 1. The express car and made the engineer Tarlac province, island of Luzon,
e upwards of $500,000.
| Portland had a rough passage down, pull ahead a short distance. The through Bulacan province, and that
I The fire started at 10:30. Jt is sup- and owing to the crowded condition, robers then proceeded after their cov the men composing it are distributing
Hosed to have been caused by an explo- there was much complaint from the eted prize, which was not so easily ob inflammatory bulletins, which are
Jon of benzine or naptha, which, passegers.
on the church doors, warning
tained as they anticipated. Their posted
with other materials used in the man-
the people to prepare to take the field
first act was to blow open the door of in January. Some of the friendly
fkcture of furniture, was stored in the
PACKING PLANT BURNED
the express car, which they did with natives were informed by bolomen
illar. The flames shot up the eleva-
Jr shaft,and in less than five minutes Half-Million-Dollar Fira at Hammond, Ind.— dynamite, tearing the door to pieces that various bands of armed natives
Aery one of the nine floors of the
and badly damaging the car. But would shortly concentrate in the vi
Four Buildingi in Ruins.
structure were ablaze.
after the car was open they faced a more cinity of Rosales.
J There were 20 employes, men and
Chicago, Oct. 25.—Half a million serious and determined obstacle, and
A harmonious agreement has been
omen, at work in the different de- dollars worth of buildings and slaugh
reached between Governor General
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure In All Cases.
rrtments at the time. Those on tered cattle were destroyed by fire
Taft and General Chaffee regarding
le second floor were the first to see which broke out in the plant of the G. were of no avail.
habeas corpus proceedings in the case
Express Messensger C. R. Charles of military prisoners. The law has
le flames. Instantly there was a H. Hammond Packing company at
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
ild rush for the fire escapes, but ow- Hammond, Ind., tonight.
At mid was in the car and had made up his been amended so as to cover such
ig to the highly inflammable nature night four buildings had toppled mind to stay there. The robbers or cases.
WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
’ the material used by the firm, the over in ruins, and the flames were dered the messenger out of the car,
Marines Sent to Samar.
aze spread with remarkable rapid- roaring high above the dismantled but he determinedly refused to come
Washington, Oct. 24.—The navy
y, dealing death to the unfortu- wnlls and threatening to destroy the and held a position where he could
There is nothing like Asthmalene. It
rtes as they made frantic but unsuc- 10 structures that remained standing. easily bring down any person who department has received the follow
brings instant relief, even in the worst
issful efforts to escape. One woman
cases. It cures when all else fails.
At midnight the following build should attempt to enter through the ing cablegram from Rear Admiral
aped from one of the top floors into ings were in ruins: Export beef cool opening in the side made by the dyna-( Rogers:
The Rev. C. F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge, III.,
“Cavite Oct. 22.— Secretary of the
says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene receiv
arket street, and was instantly er, a four-story brick and frame struc mite. He was armed with a shotgun
ed in good condition. I cannot tell you how
lied. Five others who leaped from ture containing thousands of head of
tnankful 1 feel for the good derived from it. I
WAS a slave, chained with putrid sore throat
windows were picked up living, but slaughtered cattle; the cold storage and was prompt in returning any rection in Samar. New York leaves
Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever
today for Catbalgan with 300 marines
Aed on the way to the hospital.
warehouse for cattle; the beef-slaugh compliments from the outside.
being cured. 1 saw your advertisement for the
of this dreadful and tormenting disease,
■ While the fire escape was filled with tering house and the sheep-slaughter
Asthma, and thought you had overspoken your
trie panic stricken men and women ing house.
Besides these, half a you and the ear all to he—’’ demand co-operate with army.
selves, but resolved "to give It a trial. To my
naval force concentrated on Samar
astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send
tlie wall collapsed, and eight persons dozen other buildings occupied as ed the robbers.
me a full-size bottle.”
The messenger said nothing.
patrol. Services of Arethusia and
are known to have been buried in the residences by officials of the company
iliins. A few minutes later the front and a brick structure occupied as the
Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,
the engineer to throw into the car a utilized. ”
Wall fell inward, and it is not known general office were also destroyed.
Rabbi of the Cong.
Naval officers construe the dispatch
whether any bodies are under it.
’ Medicine Co.
Quick as thought the messenger to mean that the New Yoark will go
I I fsuch is the case the persons weie
Gentlemen : Your Asthmalene is an excellent
PANIC IN A THEATER.
grabbed it and put out the first to Catbalgan and then to Basey
remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever, and its com
jsnbably burned to death before the
position alleviates all troubles which combine
wall collapsed. When the firemen Fira in a Polyscope Apparatus Caused the fire in the fuse. Then the highway and Balangiga, landing detachments
with Asthma. Its success is astonishing and
men began perforating he car with of marines at each point.
readier the rear of the building they
After having it carefully analyzed, we can
Trouble—Many Hurt in the Scramble.
bullets, but none of them injured the
f|tind the street literally piled up
state that Asthinalene contains no opium, mor
chloroform or ether. Very truly yours,
|:h victims who had been carried
Louisville Ky. Oct. 24. — Several
REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLER.
They next attempted to enter the
vn by the falling wall.
These hundred persons attempted to rush
re conveyed to the nearest hospital. out of the Temple theatre this after car by compelling the engineer, who Engineer and Fireman Were Instantly Killed—
Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1,1901.
was in the hands of the robbers, to
Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
1 new two-story building, as yet
Passengers Escaped Without Injury.
Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from a
completed, prevented the spread of
sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect
Pocatello, Idaho, Oct. 24.—Oregon
of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma.
! flames to the eastward, in which laised when a little flame was seen bers hoping to gain admittance by
My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asth
ection they were blown by the about a polyscope machine. In the
ma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted my
Otherwise, today Philadelphia scramble many were knocked down Charles would not let it be worked 1 was wrecked four miles east of Mc own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your window on 130th street.
New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking it about the
and 13 injured, three seriously. Of
first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma
its history. Several business the latter one may die. A number good advantage, and kept up a good Engineer Purtell and Fireman Paul has disappcaied and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that lean consistently recom
mend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.
on the south side of Market of other persons were bruised or cut
O. D. PIIELI’S, M. D.
knowing full well that the robbers stantly killed. The engine climbed
but their injuries were slight.
It was about 3:30 o’clock, just after
Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
Feb. 5, 1901.
Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies, but
the first act of “Tennessee's Pard- car. Finally the robbers found that down the embankment, 20 feet, tak
they i ave all fulled. I ran across your advertisement and started with atrial bottle. I found re
ner, ” and while the polyscope was
lief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have family
being gotten ready that the flash of and turned their attention to getting cars with it. The remainder of the of four children, and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am
doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit.
flame came that caused the panic.
Home address, 235 Rivington street.
G7 East 12Vth st., City.
Many women and children, who from the mail car. They obtained the believed that Purtell and Spidell
mainly (¡opposed the audience, made
a rush for the door. The panic engineer, boarded the engine, which buried in the wreckage. Two mail
Free receipt Postal.
seized the gallery, and in a moment they cut loose from the train and clerks and the express messenger were
the occupants were plunging down
Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS.’ MEDICINB
the stairs or were taking the swifter Goshen, a suburb of Eugene, they injured. Purtell leaves a widow and
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
method of climbing down into the ordered the engine stopped. Here three children.
The dead engineer had been in the
auditorium proper. In their haste they got off and ordered the engineer
employ of the Oregon Short Line for
many fell, landing on those beneath. to go back and get his train.
The hour was getting late for their 19 years.
J S. ROSCOE,
Several were badly hurt in this way.
The attaches of the theatre at work and the robbers covered up their
Transport Sheridan Disabled.
tempted to stop the mad rush. The tracks and have not since been seen.
Oct. 24.—Word was
band played and A number of the
stock company danced. This had
much effect in quieting those near from Walker’s station, the nearest the transport Sheridan had arrived at
point to the scene of the hold-up, and Nagasaki in a disabled condition, and
F'dl line of repairs and all repair work dona
The great rush occurred where the
uld have witnessed the greatest steps came down from the gallery. in pursuit. The train arrived here for three weeks.
in the best style. South side Third 'Street near
s in '
Here the two crowds met and were
packed into space not large enough searching for the robbers, but are Manila to San Francisco. She car
eet were badly scorched, but not for half of them. The weaker were seriously handicapped by not having ried about 800 short-term soldiers,
iously burned. Eye witneesses soon knocked down and trampled un any clew or the slightest description 280 sick soldiers, and 19 insane sol
’ that the flames spread with re- der foot. The crowd literally rolled of the men. There is no description diers. No details were received as to a
rkable rapidity, owing to the fact
tl e long flight of stairs. As of the men to go by, and they will the trouble with the Sheridan. The
it much naptha, varnish, excelsior down
soon as the rush was over the care of have to devote their attention to sus transport Warren has been sent from
Manila to Nagasakai to receive the
1 other highly inflammable materi- the injured began. A big room was picious looking men in general.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
was used by the firm. Employes converted into a temporary hospital,
Even with this advantage it will be
Worth, Omaha, Kan 4:30 p. m.
sas <’ity. st Lorn-.,
o started down the fire escape in from which every patrol wagon and hard for the robbers to make their port.
J rear of the building before the ambulance in the city was soon en escape from the country, as every
The Contractor Responsible.
mes were visible from the street, gaged in hauling the wounded to the mountain pass will be guarded so
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. 8:40 a. m.
Butte, Mont., Oct. 24.—The coro Express
re compelled to jump before they hospitals or their homes.
that it will lie impossible to cross the
Worth, Omaha. Kan
9 p. m.
•afe. Always reliable. Ladle«, ask Druggist foe
sas City, St. Louis,
1 traveled two stories, because of
valley in any direction. The country
(HICIIMTEK « KNGLISlf In Bed and
Chicago and East.
Oold metallic boxes, sealed with blue ribbon.
i flames breaking through the win-
Below Her Contract Speed.
Take no other. Heftaae dangerous substi
Walla Walla. Lewiston
vs. The first firemen who arrived
thickly settled. It is known as Arch Dougherty, who fell from the Oppen
tutions and Imitations. Buy of your Druggist,
or send 4c. In stamps for Particulars, Testi
I’oted their energies entirely to the .Annapolis, Md, Oct. 25.—The tor Valley, and the railroad follows heimer building, returned a verdict Spokane
monials and •• Relief for lAadlcs,” In ¿e/ter,
lis, St. Paul, Duluth,
by return Mall. 10,000 Testimonials. Bold by
rk of rescue. Nets were spread in pedo-boat Thornton, built by the along the bank of the coast fork of to the effect that the man came to 6 p. m.
his end through the collapse of the
5 front and rear of the building and William R. Trigg company, of Rich the Willamette river.
OHIOHBBTER CHD1CICAL CO.
• 1OO Madison ba u a re,
ne who jumped in were saved in mond, Va., made another run yester
The robbers left the train within pier in front of the structure; that 8 p. m.
4 p m.
Mtfstloa thia »spar.
All builing dates sub
day to complete her official 8[>eed a mile of the city limits, and the the material of the same was poor,
ject to change.
Scenes Were Horrible.
She made only 25 knots an news has spread from here in all and the work carelessly done, and
Sail every 5 days.
the contractors were held responsible.
Two men, one white and one col-
red, emerged from the fourth story
The St. Louis
Commander Ackley Retired
Columbia River Stmra
Spinner«’ Wages Advanced.
Fail Train Wracked.
Charged With Murder.
8 p. m
i nd stood on the fire escape with the
To Astoria and Way-
unies all around
The white Fair Play, Colo., Oct. 25.—Dis Seth M. Ackley, of the navy, has
la., Oct. them.
10 p. m.
up and City
and ap- trict Attorney Pence has filed infor been placed on the retired list with have been posted in the cotton mills,
Paper of America,
of his two
The mation charging Charles Baker and the rank of captain. His advance increasing wages 5 [>er cent, to take I 6 a. m.
No. to 11 be
The Greatest Newspaper of the World.
Oregon City. Newberg, 4:30 Ex.
stood for a few
ment is due to his services in the war raise of 5 per cent in these mills |
Twice Every Week—One Dollar a Year.
jumped to after
below, Mrs. Ella J. Vallie with the murder of
within a month. The Textile coun-1
he white man stood on the fire of the latter’s husband, L’plide Vallie,
Willamette and Yam
3:30 p. m.
cil tonight instructed its secretary1 7 a. m.
mail he and
IN CONNECTION WITH THE REPORTER.
overcome and of Jefferson. Mrs. Vallie, who had
Football Player May Die.
to send a communication to the Tue
Both Papers one year
Oregon City, Dayton,
cars, len with
street, been discharged after a preliminary
Colfax, la.,Oct.24.—Richard Tripp, manufacturers asking for a 10 per
fire escape on The
front examination on the same charge, was
The 8t. Louis Globe-Democrat has no rival as a
6 a. m.
were f the
pieces. rearrested and lodgedin jail in default aged 19, is not expected to live as a cent increase in wages to take effect Tues.
4 :30 p. m.
great modern newspaper.
Its reputation fa
Thur Portland to Corvallis MuD W d
There were nearly 30 passengers in
world-wide, and it circulates wherever there are
■ nd Sat.
Mr. Vallie was beaten to
the I coach,
is a A today.
readers of the English language It gives the
Co. made Three
latest telegraphic news from all the world every
fatally death several weeks ago without any Prairie City high school last Satur cent in his mills here has stirred the Riparla
operatives to an unusual pitch.
Tuesday and Friday. Its market reports are
3:40 a m.
Riparia to Lewiston.
complete In every detail. It haa apeclal depart-
8:30 a. m
* the bottom of the new freight eleva-
Butte Plumber« Strike.
Mm Eaitwick Pleaded Guilty.
menta devoted to "The Farm, Garden and Dai
a Miuouri were
Gigantic Fossil Remains.
A. L. CRAIG, G. P. A., Portland. Or.
ry,” “The Family Circle” and “The Home,” and
Laramie. Wyo., Oct. 25.—Professor
Pattonsburg, Oct. 28—The Kan
many other features which combine to Airnish
sas City 4 Northern Connecting rail- C.W.Gilmore, in the employe of the Eastwick, the young Philadelphia association of this city to meet the |
help, amusement and instruction for people in
¡»lay. was The
any of here
us on today
LEGAL BLANKS. all
conditions and circumstances of life. In each
woman who was committed October 1 demands of the plumbers and gas
The following general forma are always In stuck department, and as a whole, it is the peer of any
of discovered near Medicine Bow, 80 in the Guild Hall police court for trial and steam fitters for an increase in and
for sale at th» Reporter office :
of flame leaped
family newspaper in the world, and it ought to
be at every fireside during the coming year.
shaft. It Everyone
at once miles west of this place, the almost at the Old Bailey on charge of having wages, all work in that line was prac Ct-claim Deeds
Do not miss thia opportunity to get the great
Satisfaction ot Mort.
out a through
rear. by Mr. complete fossil remains of an im forged a railroad certificate to the tically tied up today. The increase Farm <1 for
Transfer of Mortgage
eat National News and Home Journal and your
was anxious to secure the prop
favorite local paper, both one year for only fl.75.
for eight hours’ work. Only one Crop Mortgages.
erty to form part of a big railroad specimen, and one of the largest ever day and pleaded guilty. Sentence shop
This offer is made In spite of the advance In the
Acknow ledgetn« nil. Abstract a.
of white paper and will be open for a lim
syndicate which is to include the found in the southern Wyoming field.
has been paying its men the wages We carry a larat stock of stationery and are price
Omaha, Kansas City A Eastern and The remains will be unearthed and examination as to the prisoner's san demaned,
prepared to do )ot printing of every sort in the ited time. Send your subscription today, to
THE REPORTER, MoMlnnvilla, O».
mm MvU of the art and at low figures.
sent to Pittsburg.
the Chesapeake A Ohio.
eath in Various and Horrible
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