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Snntion at hl. 1’nul.
COUNTY, OREiiON, -JULY
H.rouMn.n.I.d »ar »nine of th» Sonlh.m
l.la. »riba fhlllppi»...
/*»ace Conference Amends the Arbitra
New York, July 8.—A special to the
The Hague, July 10.—The third
Herald from Washington says: Ths
committee sitting this morning dia-
Canadian» Aim to Control
denaiture of Pr<aidi-nt Hchurrnan, of
rnssed tbe scheme for mediation and
A new rapid tir» gnu has le-ori tested.
tlie I'hillppine oommission, will leave
arbitration drawn up by Count Dexa-
It will tlm
| hiii ( i ,| (Rots
shots a s Ulin-
at Manila three members of tbs com-
men. Tbe reporter of tbe committee
mlsion—Major-G»n«-ral Otis, Professor
explained lengthily the motives which
TERSE TICKS FROM THE WIRES s < >wing to street ear riots, furndon, 4PPOINTMENT OF COMMANDERS Wort eater and Colonel Itunby. It will PHILIPPINE CONQUEST UNJUST inspired the drafting committee in LINE AT WHITE PASS WATERSHED
Ont., ha» lawn placud umler martial
Im the duty of ths last two named to
elaborating the scheme. M. Bourgeois,
head of the French delegation, thanked
continue the work of establishing
home tula within the lines I.eld by the A ti Amsrlc*n Miniator In Jupan Write« tbe rejiorter in warm term* and con Thia (onfu«»lon Would Gir» Knflnmi
th« Thirty aril. Will Ils HsernllsU ■
administration troops, in the I.ope that
gratulated him upon his remarkable
• wind voted
a Moit Sensational I.attar tn »
Vfiucuu»or From Man »f the
Every Kight to Whirh MMn
tire example will Im followed by the
exposition. Tbe sitting was then ad
Fillpinov outside of the lines, and show
journed until Joly 17.
Coinage in to be unrestricted in lire
them tlie beneficient purpo.i-a of ths
During the discussion, the plenary
Driiyfua I» i otifldonl lire six-otnl court- ininl» id India and gold will be the
oston, July 10. — Rev. Clay McCau committee amended article 8, so as to
Washington, July 8.—The order for government. Piofessor Worcester snd
Tacoma, July 11.—The Fairbanks-
the enlistment of volunteers for service > Coloni-1 Denby will alxo aid General ley has written a letter to the Tran- provide that when powers between Foater Alaska boundary party returned
nisrtial wlll aoqull li lui
Four train crashed
Into a in the Philippines was published Daisy Olla in tire condoot of any jmare nego rcript dated at Tokio, Japan, June 1. whom there is a serious dispute accept from the north today.
Htivenly-four casus o( yolluw fevur
family surrey near Culuuibus, O., kill- «nd seven more oolouels to oommand tiations which may follow any future Mr. KoCauley declares tiiat Admiral the mediation they cease all relatione with members of tlie party indicate
bave I hhiii rt'fsrrlod In Santiago.
Dewey said to him:
ing six peopl»,
the regiments were appointed. There operations <>f the American troops.
in regard to the disputed question, that the watershed on tlie White pass,
l'ai king-huiiM «mployes in Chicago
“Rather than make a war of con which shall he considered as exclusive back of Skagway and Dyea, will be ac
ire yet two colonels Io be designated.
Mr. Hchurman's dispatch is on the
will noi «trlku urlili Heptumlrar.
quest on the Filipino people, I would ly referred to the mediatory powers.
cepted as tbe international boundary
their liivi-stmrnta in Cuba and going Kight majors also were named. The whole very encouraging, and the au
The Democralic national nominiti«« Into Mexico.
■ecruitlug will not liegin until some thoritiua are very muoh gratified at lire take up anchor and sail out of the har
Three additional paragraphs regard line at that point. The White and
will ino«l in Chicago un July 30.
ing the permanent court were also Chilkcot passes constitute the storm
time nest week, the ciuci date not conditions be reports having found at bor."
Polish m.tdenta of Chii'ago at a pub- laving been tiled yet.
Mr. McCauley visiie-1 Manila in Jan adopted at the request of President center of tlie Alaska boundary contro
R««r ultlng sta* the points visltej. It is evident from
The |H<ac« tri-aty ha. ai lu.l beau rat-i |jc
limetlng, denounced all
Anglo- lions will bo open in every alate and what the official, aay that Mr. Schur- □ary, in search of health. Of bis Zorn, of the German delegaton. Count versy. At those points the Canadians
. » .. S|>aniah
.___ ..i. - w-nat«.
■ ll)«d i by
territory, and ua fust ua the uion are man Imlieves rhe supprea.ion ot Agiiln- views there he writes: “For a long Nigra, head of the Italian delegation hot* to secure concessions that will en
Ammirati «sporta o( >naniifa«tur«d '
Owing tu heavy rains a portion of ■niistod, they Will !>« sent to the regi
aldo's in.urrec'.iun means the establish time 1 could not believe that the dis and Sir Julian Pauncefote, head of the able them to anchor down a port of en
| g'Htds now averago «1,1100,000 a day,
try into the Klondike gold fields. All
Manila 1» fliaalnil and Dm aoldieia are
<euts to Im assigned to companies. ment of peace thio ighoul the arch I astrous drift of events was known to British delegation.
other parts of tbe country thereabouts
late lines are obliterated and tire men pelago. He is confident that many o. the Washington authorities. I was in
The Norlh G«rrnari l.lovd Stesili.hip i auffnrilig great dlMMinifiirta.
BRAZOS RIVER FALLING.
where oonceoaions are looked for are of
first enlisting will lie first to l>e mus the imople throughout the southern clined to lay the responsibility for the
I Coni pan y haa uider.d linee new paa
A reform sehool at Plankington, H.
increasing perils upon the military
little importance compared with the
I acoger tinaia.
D., ini>11iiII In i ausn a Populist super-
MituatioB in th« Flooded District
Lynn canal territory, which is the key
iee will lie by the officers commanding, selves in favor of an American protec commander directly in charge.
Tlu> guv«r ti meli t liaa taken a band lu i ti.teudenl had lawn ap|Hiinled,
“Yet, now it seems to me that Gen
to tbe situation. Senator Fairbanks,
sud he will be at liberty to organise a torate solely because of the fear ot
I III« llllnole labor troublaa
Galveston, Tex., July 10.—The sitn- when interviewed, placed im|s>rtance to
eral Otis did this work in the main in
j «rs al Cartnrville bava I nwii «iijiilned, brought tu Astoria on tlm transport». -ompsny com|>o»«-d of men from one Aguinaldo and Lis Tagal army.
ation in the Brazos valley is rapidly the fact that he must sit with the joint
Hate If lie finds it convenient ami prac
Mr. Schurman speaks well of the sul literal obedience to his superiors in
falling. high commission in August, but de
'Dia Foiirlh ot July In Uoloiado waa Where they will bn tranaferrvil to river ticable.
tan of Hulu, and it is evident that he America; that there it was assumed
There is an unconfirmed rumor that five clined to state what lines of argument
I uali«rrd In at mldtilghl bv a msgi.ifi. boat» ssritl proceotl to Portland.
The organisation of the Ki regiments feels that there is no danger of trouble that the whole right and duty concern
lives were lost near Sartarrtia, in Fort he would take up. He expressed great
I i-«nl 111 il m I li a t li hi ori Plkn'a Peak, 14. •
A national park or fornatry reserve in Ibis country wifi not make any dif from him in case the United States ob ing the future disposition and control
I 000 feci al«iv« thè (<-«
bevrntren »••oclallon for tlm governmental pro ference in tlie organisation of regitnonla serves the treaties which exist between of the Philippine islands lay in Die Bend county. The report sent out satisfaction at having made the trip.
I liiindrnil ¡«runda of rei. wliite and blu« tection uf over 7,000,000 acres of land in the Philippines by General Otis. film and the Spanish government. wishes and will ot the United States; Wednesday from Brookshire, Waller
Regarding boon iaty matters that
county, that two lives were lost there, were dlsousoed during the four weeka
I l«n*d»r waa «et off.
In Northern Minnesota will Im formed His regiments will be in addition to Mr Kcliurinarr makes a number of re that what the Filipinos themselves
now appears to have been an error. spent in Alaska, Senator Foster de
those hereafter to be known as the commendations regaiditig home rule 1 might wish need not be taken into
Al l'iilragn ime hundted frensied wo- in Chicago tin» month.
the account >n formulating plans tor Those who were supposed to have clined to speak. “Personally,” he
I meli and 3U lu.u ruabed ¡ huí lo.-all li km
Goveiuor ll.nml, administrator of
drowned persist in making their reap said, “I am opposed to yielding an inch
i trulli III« D ii «« «tory factory of Ilio the 1.1» du Diable, wlmrn Drnfua wa. and will l>o numbered from the Thirty- that they will probably be adopted by their governn. »nt.’’
The writer had a talk with General pearance, Relief committees are now of United States territory. A careful
E Wealern Paper Htoek Company lo ee* impriaooed, has bean remove«). H« aisth upward. It io expected that Hires the president.
ingvestigation, however, demonstrates
Trie conditions In Negros were found Otis. "Among other things,” said
i i-ap« terliig biirned tu dealli. Righi punished Dreyfus in the hope ot mak regiments will Im organised in the
At Brookshire, the relief committee that there are may be different Con
Philippines, the regiments organised to be of a highly satisfactory character
| woruen w«re liijuin-l In leaping fr«m ing him confess.
have opened a commissary and issue a structions placet! upon the treaties in
in the United States and the Philip by Mr. Kcliurman, and home rille will pressed regret that rbere was not a
I III« wlndowa, and many mura juiu|>ed
Jaoil Lipton’s challenger, the Hhiirn- pines increasing the army by 660 ''fil undoubtedly Im given Immediately to better knowledge of the situation half ration per capita. They have volved as regards channels, the situa
I In aafnty.
rock, ha. had a trial, and inado a giael es is nix I 11.666 men, if there should be the people of that Islam!, although among tiie Washington
legislators taken precautions so that only the de tion of lesser islands, and the tike.
latte Orientai advloea alato thal 10 allowing
Hho is a f»«t Hgbl-weight three full regiments (oimeil by General some alterations were necessary before than there seemixl to be. And he im serving shall get these rations, and, Bnt, in the main, the United States is
I rlngleaders of thoilotnis who deatroyi-l
boat and Britiahers are filled with hope Glia The colonels appointed tolar it received the president's approval.
pressed me deeply by his declaration: therefore, they issue to the planter for plainly given a strip of territory, north
I an<l biiru»*l «lenirla tramway cara at
that the America's cup will Im won for are under orders to proceed at once w ith
*1 was ordered to this post from San all the tenants he bad when the flood of Portland canal, or thereatmuta, 10
I tienili lati iikui D i wmo «xwiiteil In pulì- England.
Francisco. 1 did not believe in the Came. Tboee who own their farms and marine leagues inland, except where a
the organisation of the regiments.
CHANGE OF PLANS.
II. al Cniea'a capitai tour w.-Jn ago.
of these islands when I lost everything, as is the case with well-defined mountain range places the
A wa-rant, based u|K>n a complaint Some of tlio officers are now in the city
I They niel thelr tal« bravelv. Tbeh
do 1 believe in their an most of them, are allowed to draw their boundary nearer the coast. This strip
head. w«rn cut oli and «allibii«-! In swum 1» by tin* representative uf u and have been consulting the different
rune up to Mount St. Elias. Many
I puldle pia«** ■■ ■ watning Uval II evil-
“1 also had the privilege of a con
contend at the passes that the water
W.shington. July 8.—Commissioner
ment and supplies for the men as they
THEIR WORK ENDED.
r f ranta.
shed back of Skagway and Dyea is the
Hermann, in pursuance with request, versation with Admiral Dewey," tbe
Angus M. Cannon, of tlm Halt Lake join the regiment.
R«|a>rla bave lx>«n received In Ma- stlkn of the Mormon church, charging
received from Oregon today, made in writer ears, and gives thia version of National Kditorial Association Electa dividing line. On the one side are the
I nila of sn outbreek In Ih« laland of N«-
headwaters of the Yukon, and on the
quiry at the war department as to bow it: “Dewey spoke much of his con
New Officers and Adjourns.
h I in a 1th |Hj|ygamy.
gura, lucide»! il|ain Ilio depailumuf
the Oregon regiment is to be taken to cern over tbe turn affairs had taken
July 8. — Adjournment other the streams flowing iDto Lynn
Filipino* Ketone» th» Garrison of Baler i Portlau l.
Ih» California K-giiiinut for huuio.
He was informed that the and added th.it he was 'powerless to sine die came to the National Editorial canal are formed. Between these two
Il rs I str ci a Ml»g» fur a Vear
I Si me hostil« native», anemg a oompeny thal the German steamer Reichstag
! troops will be landed at Ran Francisco, act.* Yet in one point of hie remaike Association at 2 o'clock yesterday af districts there is a chain of mountains,
lias sailed Iroin Naples with 16,000
ol aoldlata at olio ol tlie amali
Manila, July 8.—Tlie Spanish com and that th« transports will be immed be declare«): 'Rather than make a war
ternoon, the morning session having time, in the opinion of some, bringing
prei-ariq to depart, D.onghl ih« Amrt- rifles, ADO tons of war material and 600 missioners who went to Tarlac for a iately loaded with regulais for Manila, of conquest on these people I would up
held through to that hour without in tbe boundary line some 18 miles nearer
According -onference regarding the sutrender of
i- aita w«re '»vaouating Din laland, and mules for Dm Transvaal.
and will leave for tiiat port, and will anchor and sail out of the harbor.’ "
termission. The most important busi the coast. This seems to be a fair ex
! a party ot 350 relreh. moetly bolo meli,
the Spanish prisoner» in the bands of not go to Portland with tbe Oregon
Mr. McCauley aays he wrote Preai
ness disposed of was the selection of pression of tlie American view of the
aitai ked thè triaip«, and klllrd irne mali with a similar cargo sails July 14 flour tlie Fklipinoe, returned here last night. ri-g'menL Tins change of plan xu dent McKinley, whom
he met in
~ thia const mc-
New Orleans to be the place of meet boundary Question. By
I and woundiwt anolimr lailongtng tu A^en as.
Chairman del Rio, of the commission, made at the request of Genreal Otis, Washington, regarding the situation
tion of the treaty it ia held that Eng
ing next year.
company FI. Ttie Filipino« wero «aaily
Plsna have been formulated for a raid ttie release of all the prisoners had who says there is a scarcity of trans and predicting the outbreak which has
A number of the delegatee, before land will receive ibe benefit of ev’eiy
I driven off.
large co-o|mrative colony to Im nituat«-l been arranged for.
the meeting closed, testified tn the point that can be fairly and honestly
Thecommissioners, with the remnant
The commissioner told the secretary
Tbo newa briniglit troni Honolulu by on Lake Eno, rmur Toledo, ()., ami
good faith that Oregon had kept with granted.
"On tlie other har.il, however, the
thè Copile of lìm detti o| tlm Ihiaager 8,000 acres ot land are to be secured if the Spanish garrison of Baler, on that tho people of Oregon bad already
them, saving that it had given mere
yuoeii Kapi.danl «m noi a aitrpriae to to be devoted to farming and ruanufac- the east coast of Luzon, and a number made extensive plans (or receiving the Wlal Probably Embrace All Tui Coia- and better than was promised when the Canadians and many Englishmen bold
llawaliati», «• her desili liad lm.oi «x- turing interests. Tlm promoter of Dm if civilian prisoners. Were escorted by troops at Portland and tiiat the change
national association was induced to that the boundary should be drawn 30
panics on Great Lakes.
|HH t«d tur sur»« lime. Hhn waa 66 s< heme ia Joarpli A. Johnson, ot the Filipino soldiers from Tarlao to the of plan would be a very great disap
here for the annual meeting. miles, or 10 marine leagues, inland
New Y -k, July 10.—The Great
American outimsts at San Fernando, pointment. The department said that
ynnra of ago and waa a aufferrr troni state of Washington.
is a list of the new officers: from the be^tlan Is. By such a construc
Lakes Towing Company, which plana
cáncer, and reeonlly had a atrok« of
Neosho valley in Kansas, is flooded sud osme to Manila by tlie night train. I it would make every effort to accom to embrace all tlie tug and towing com
R. J, Henry, tion, of course, Lynn canal would be an
Tlie heroes of the long defense of modate the people ot Oiegon and tbe
paralyala. following aeveial attacka of under .lx fuel of water.
B. inlet into Canadian territory, and 10
Baler, where tlie Spaniards resisted an tioopa themselies. and haa, therefore, panies between Buffalo, Chicago and
marine leagues inland from tbe head
apo|d«xy. Rite waa min h eeteemad in
Th« annual convention of Christian insuigenl siege of more than a year's directed the commanding officer at San Duluth, and whose formation has al
lands at the entrance would be many
Di» lalamla and ber desili wsa amcetoly
Endeavoters opened in Detroit
duratiou, for med a picturesque band. Francisco to secure a sufficient number ready been announced in dispatches Or.; treasurer, James G. Gibbs, Nor miles south ot Skagway and Dyea, and
inournmi. H»r remalna lay in state
San Franciscans aie chartering boats Lieutenant Martin, the only surviving of ships at the port to carry the Oregon
for righi dava ami w«io buried with
walk. O.; corresponding secretaty, J. hence Canada and England would have
officer, marched them tli rough the regiment from there direct to Portiand, corporation in the county c'eik’s office M. Page, Jerseyville, III.; recording the coveted port of entry without a
to welcome th« Recon«! Oiegon.
In Jersey City. The company has a
question of doubt. As 1 Icok upon it,
Tlm hualr.css district of Oakland, streets. There are only 33, and tb< enabling the |>eopleof Portland to carry capital of «5,000,000, of which «2,500,- secretary, R. M. White, Mexico, Mo.
B-dgian socialista are sgainat elector
personally, Lynn canal is a part nf the
Or., waa swept by fire; loea alrout
000 is 7 per cent noncumulstive pre
sea or ocean. Therefore, it would be
blue colton uniforms and red shirts
II thia plan cannot be carried out.
MINERS DIE OF SUCRVY.
Many peoplc were Injiiro-I In n rail-
unfair to draw a line 30 miles inland
They are barefooted. A crowd of Span the department will make arrange
Bishop John 1». Newman, of the ish men and women embraced them,
ruad wrrek at lamdon.
from the headlands at tbe entrance to
ments to have the regiment carried di stock.
Score of Men Said to Have i’eriahed a*
The charter of the new corporation
Methodist Kplscopal church, died at weeping and shouting their praises.
bodies of water of t
rect to Portland by rail, but this will
Sei retaiy of Agiiciiltura Wilson will Raratoga, N. Y.
They tell a remarkable story. It not be done unless it is impossible tu authorizes the Great Lakes Towing
Seattle, July 10.—An unconfirmed it the hour
cuum lo Die cuasi Ibis auinmer.
Company to do a general towing,
One wonian wan I killed ami much appears that the captain several times secure ships.
story comes from Dawson that several
Aa a resilit of a lovnr's quairnl a San property destroyed I
wrecking, salvage, dredging and con
by a cyclone at proposed to surrender, but the soldiers
prospectors who have arrived there
Fish Kiperlment Falls.
, Fi anelai o yuung wonian »a» ahot by a Ainsworth, Neb.
tracting business on the Great Lakes
refused, Finally, some months ago,
!.<.«• to I*
Washington, July 8.—After repeated snd their tributary streams, and to
score of miners have died from scurvy
A lain Klondiko report says one bo tried to raise a white flag. There-
Two wero killml and a no in Iter in- claim furnished nil tlie gold dust 11 upon, Lieutenant Martin killed him efforts, and as many failures, tho Uni own, operate and deal in, by sale or at Wind river, a branch of the Peel
Galveston, Tex., July 11. — Relief
jiiri d in a atroci car cullislou at Pitta- lioisea could carry.
with his own sword. Their food sup ted States fish ooiumission lias reached otherwise, tugs, ships, vessels and river, and that a number of others* are
in the Brazos flooded district
ply gave out entirely a week ago, and
suffering from it« effects. They had lias been systematic, three relief trains
Governor Sayres, of Texas, baa ap they surrendered to the Filipinos witli cannot be successfully planted in At
< >tis ha. enblod tlm war depaitraent
leaving Hanston, Galveston and Ran
pealed t<> lb« secretary of war for help all the honors of war. They were al lantic waters. Just why, it is hard to
Die nuinbei of rooruita neceaaary to lili
Chicago, July 10.—A special to the report the following -among the sick; Antonio daily. Probably 30,000 ne
say. but that it cannot be done is a
for tlm Texas flood sufferers.
Dr. J. B. Mason, Chicago; W. C. Cuch, groes are now lieing fed, and will need
Vacatici«« in Dm regular regimatila.
now well established fact. Which all Times-Herald from Washington says:
A passenger train on tlm Central Pa marched from Haler with Filipino eg-
Secretary Hav lias sent instructions to Brom brothers. Dr. Martin, dentist, to lie sustained for some time by tlie
At Pili Inde! phia, J. T. Carr, a re-
cific, near Elko, N«v., was wrecked Oorts and carried their guns, through
Minister Bryan, at Rio de Janeiro, Bra Chicago; Edward Barris, — Mitchell. relief committees. The water is fall*
|airl«r, waa killed in a atrset cal col-
several insurgent camps, everywhere certain life are peculiar to certain
Dr. Martin was camped with two ing at all points, except in Brazoria
ialini. A num her wore badly injured. and seven people were injure«!.
and Consul Ruffin, at Asuncion,
being cheeied and feted.
The franohiae proposals were err
Paraguay, directing them to investi other Chicago men. Both were taken county.
Fu» did dainage to tlm »xtent ol
Yellow Jack In Cuba.
repted nt Dm Pretoria conference, and
All sorts of estimates are made as to
gate tlie report of the massacre of an down with scurvy.
Cultimhlii Outanllrtl tli» l>rf»n<tor.
«160,000 al Summit, N. J. One limi-
Havana. July 8.—Two cases of yel expedition of which Americans were them on a sled and tried to pull them the amount of the cotton loss. An es
New York, July 3. — By the race be
flred pcople, living in apaltiunnta, loat
low fever have been reported today.
lembers on theKingu river, in Brazil. to Wind City, a distance of 75 miles, timate of 50 |>er cent is considered con
Senator Chandler, of New Hamp tween the new cup defender Columbia
One of the patients is an old Spanish
A report received several days ago where be expected to find medicines servative. This will be a money loss
shire snys wo should hir'd tlm Philip snd tlie old Defender, sailed today over
woman who has been in Cuba for two from Minister Buchanan, at Buenos and fresh supplies, One man died of «5,000,000. The loss sustained by
Di« negruna liuvo all |»ft Pana, 111.,
pines. but do no more fighting, and a triangular courso of 80 tin les—10
years, and whose disease is of a mild Avres, reported that a Mrs. Williams, soon after the journey began, Martin the destruction ot other crops, houses,
on tickets fiiinialmd by Goveinor Tan leave tlm rest to oongruaa.
miles to a leg —it lias been plainly
form. The other case is that of an whosq brother resides in Asheville, N. took his other partner on his back fencing, stock and bridges will be
nar. Tlm minea will roopon witli un
A young Hirn Franciscan, while .lenionatrated that, no matter bow American, whose symptoms aie still
«2,600,000, while the loss to the rail
C., and whose husband was a member and completed the journey.
drunk, attemptoil to kill his mother by
roads is probably «1,000,000, making
Hchiirinan haa visitati tlm MatliarlX, throwing a liglited lamp nt her. Timm her sailing and ability to go to wind loubtful, although it Is believed by of the ill-fated expedition, is in dis-
¡»landa and nscertairmd tlm aentinient
a total of «8,600,000.
tress in Buenos Ayres, where she wat
ward may be killed by Imperfectly set
¡HMiple were injured in tho melee.
to be yellow fever.
St. Louie, July 10.—A Post-Dispatch
Owing to the exaggerated reports
ut tlm native«. Ile «ay» ¡maco will
to await het husband’s return.
Filipinos may Siam release the Rpan-
special from Austin, Tex., says: Gov circulated as to the lose of life in the
aurcly follnw victory in thè Philipplne»,
California Town Burned.
The Columbia won the race by a
ernor Sayers today received a message recent floods, the News has made a
a» tlm beat ¡Miopia favor tlm Americana. inrda. this reports tiiat negotiations margin of 8 minutes 63 seconds (unoffi
Revolution at Sofia.
Coultrevillo, Cal., July 8. — Fire
with Aguinaldo indicate fair proapects
from Sealey over the long distance tele special effort to secure the facts from
cial time). There Is no doubt she broke out in the residence of Mrs.
Union City, 1IL, populalod enlirely
for success. Tlm Yorktown captives
phone, saving 1,000 persons who had each county. Reports received from
would have won by a larger margin If Bogolios here today. The facilities for publish a story from Belgiade to tlie
unión minerà, wa» doetrovtff* by tire limy bo Included.
taken refuge on n mound three miles 18 counties show a loss of 87 lives from
tier sails had fitted as well as the De fighting flames were poor, and within effect that a revolution was inaugur
mid tlm minerà driven to Ilio wood» by
below there, are slowly perishing for drowning. Negroes supposed to have
iiegroea, who aouglit ravnge forili« kilt-
of food. To add to the horror, Ireeu drowned continue to appear and
of Coultreville, including three hotels
ing of a negro woiiiar^ by tlm minora.
Th» Motina Vlvantll.
the unfortunates are surrounded by want to be fed.
Five tone of dynamite
and four general merchandise stores, the streets, some of the troops joining
Washington, July 8.—Ambassador
Donerai Miles ha» palli u high coni-
Reports from Relay state that a
were tired on tlie east slope of Bull hill
was in ashes. Altogether, bl build in the demonstration. It was added poisonous reptiles and skunks. Hud
pliniont tu thè bravo Oregon voluntoere,
Choate and Lord Salisbury are almost
in blasts of 200 pounds to eauh charge,
ings were destroyed. The loss Is esti that Prince Ferdinand had fled the dled together with human beings are white woman and a negro woman died
and a«va tirai in tlm Woat ih to ho
deadlocked over the modus vivendi,
the Inst chai go cousislUig of 600
country, and that the telegraph wires several iiundred bead of live stock. A there today from the heal ami expo
mated al «200,000.
hiiiinl tlm beat nmtorial in Ilio wjtld
tiling the Alaska boundary. Neither
number of those on tlie mound have sure. There are 600 negroes at belay
had been cut.
for militarv aorivee.
aide will accept the provisional line
G m I u «<I Their Point.
received bites from reptiles and skunks at the point of starvation.
The flooded district in Texas has a proposed by the other, the Canadians
and are in a dying condition.
The Hague, July 7.—The American
will be sent by the first train:
rii» rebela ronde a aitlly agallisi mir
length of over 600 miles, a breadth of demanding the inclusion of their Por delegates scored a great success today
Chnttanooga. Tenn.. July 7.—-Pleat
tlearne a mass meeting of citizens was
lina« ni Man Fernando, bui»
probably 60 miles, and in all this space cupine country, and the Americans the in obtaining from the peace conference Wynn and Cattlett Tipton, the white
held today, and committees apporu.vd
puah tlm altaoB.
Washington, July 10.—The adjnt- to request supplies front tlie governor
damage incalculable haa been done. projection of the boundary line north a unanimous vote in favor of having cappers, were hanged at Sevierville at
«IO inai! kilted
" ’ * man ant-general stated that the Second Ore fol immediate use. Intense suffering
Tlm Germán dolegnt«« of tha‘■»lift Tim loea of life will never be fully westerly from a point two miles b I kjvs ths question of private property at sea, 1:03 today for the murder of old
known. Estimates of liver» loat, from Kluckwan.
In time of war, dealt with at a special Whaley and hie wife over a vear ago. gon regiment would be mustered out at ia said to exist in the locality.
ing eominittec of thè nrhttratlolri-oin-
100 to 800; loss to farmers, including
conference, to be summoned herealter, They both confessed that thry were San Francisco soon after landing there,
inittee of tlm |.«nco oonforence linvo
H obert Ronner Is Dead.
A cablegram received from the Sa
crops as well
Much diplomatic management was hired to do the deed by one Bob Catt- and in that event would not be allowed
nfllcially announoed tlm aseent of Gor-
New York, July 8. — Robert Bonner,
«7,000,000 to «16,000,000; to railroads
necessary, and many obstacles bad been lett. Mrs. Tipton, wife of the mur- their arms to Portland, but would de moan commission Indicates they will
many to Hir Julián Paiincofote'a pro
publisher of the New York ledger and
five children were posit them at Benicia arsenal, San arrive at Ban Francisco about August
befoie this result was derer, and his
poni of a perinnncnt court of ai bitta- and county bridges, «2,000,000
owner of famous horses, died in thia
present at the_hanging.____
Gold by the Tun.
A ssmss I iir Acquitted.
Throiigh « I'ul vert.
The mayor of Hays City, Kan., in
Ilelease of Rpaulsh l*rlsonera.
Tacoma, July 11.—Dr. O. L. Wil
Sillier Naw. Itam..
Manila, Jtilv 10.—The trial at Ca-
Kansas City, July 8.— A north
Onljz23 years old, the president of the
Washington, July 7. —The war de-
bound passenger train on the Burling bunatuan of the slayers of General an i the other commanders of the Span coxon, of Chicago, who has arrived
In Jetmore, Kan., every house is oc- council is 22 and the oldest man in the
partment has received from General
ton went through a culvert near Wal Luna, the Filipino leader who was as ish fleet destroyed in the battle of San . from Dawson, brings authentic news
cutded by its owner. Tim imputation municipal govornmtml is 20.
Otit advices regarding the negotiations
dron, Mo., 1? miles north of Kansas sassinateli by the guard of Aguinalilu's tiago, whose conduct has been the sub of an enormous clean-up that took
’d Dm place i» 860.
New Jersey fruit growers ns a rule proceeding in Luaon be I worn the Span City, at 10:30 o’clock last night. Fire residence, is ended. The accused were
place in the Klondike during Jone.
Jamea Edwin Cooke, ormo filinoti, ¡ ih believe there will be an Im mens* crop, ish commissioners and Aguinaldo look- man Charles Welty, of St. J-ueph, was aoquitteil on the ground of self-defense. ject of inquiry by special oourt-martial, During the first half ot June a pack
trie champion ten-horse rider of tho as the liuds had not developed ennugli in« to the reluuse of Spanish prisoners,
train arrived at Dawson daily from
killed, and several passengers are re The testimony showed there was a con erated.
(lenerai Otis' report indicates that
Bonanza, Eldorado, Hunker and Hul-
World, I» living In an ahnndoimd street to Im damaged by tlm cold weather.
ported to have been seriously injured. spiracy on the part of L,una and other
Okr in l«ong island.
Washington, July 8. — Brigadier- phnr «reeks. each bringing in «600,000
office's to kill Aguinaldo and mako
Russia, with a population of 177r thero are fair prospects that most of
Cemiuanil of I'ruslitln.
these unfortunates will be set free. If
Luna diotator. Luna's death seems to General Joseph Wheeler was today or to «1,600.000 in dust One big pack
LEuivey work preliminary to the lay- 000,000, has only I8,8>4 physicians.
not all of them. It ia not known
’Aguinaldo’s leader dered to report to General Otis, at Ma- I train made several trips from Profee-
Mt ot a cable lietween Germany and In the United Rtabw, with a popula whether the captive Yorktown's crew General Wallace Randolph, U. 8. V., have strengthened Luna
supjarrters ars I nila, for service in th« Pliilippiu» sor Lippy’» claim on Eldorado, which
* United Hl itea by way of the A Bote» tion of about 75,0(»i-,000, there era M,«
* 1 nroduoed over two tans ot gold duel. I
are included among the prisoners to be baa repotted at army headquarters in now outwardly loyal to Agqinaldo.
this city for duty,
«Epitome of the Telegraphic
New» of the World.
tiiiategsala i. sgnln |n „ .i.t,, of un
tasi and revolution is feared.
Order Bas Been Issued for