Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1899)
Tlireo muri' truu»|s>rt» buie reaeh<”l
I 'a|s. Tow n
Ilo. town .,( Iroy, Knnsii», wn» wl|»<d
out by a tire.
Hut llatocl» lull I «I Nut Wllh»«and
.M hii II a , N ov . 10.—Tho Thirty*thir<l i
Cavalry Column Ila» Nearly
CAUGHT IN A TRAP
Manila, Nov. 18.—Reports ha re been
infantry, in oim ut thu hardest two
hour»' i'iigagi’iix-iit» of the war, with an Boers Get a Drubbing From rweivml here from General Young,
dated Humingan, yesV-rday. Ilurnin- Another Disaster to a British
QU’CII Vlelorla'a Vl»lt t>> Bristol WIIH
I’qmil fore” of insurgents, five miles I
gan is al>out 80 miles east of San Fab
Iliadi’ thu ... easloii (or a display ol pa-
ian. General Young is sup[io»ed to
officer and five men killtai, and oneoffi- 1
have advancer] considerably farth’-r
<irn«*riil Muimtfnr l’my, <»( tho Hnntu ALL ON BOARD WERE SAVED cer mid 12 men wounded. Thu Ameri-
TKIISK Tl' KS FROM THE WIRKE
toward San Fabian.
I r, hna n Migiii il, hi*
«•mis capturiMl 2« Filipino» and 1(H)
A proas corr<-»piindent telegraphs an WAS DERAILED BY THE BOERS
tfikf* i*fTi'< t ufh't hiiiimry I.
rifle*.and found 8| insurgent dead lying
account of the rapid pace with which
Wlllliim Durh»-, wli’i bullt tha flrst |>|«M«lrr <>« «'iirrt d II lilis* l’ntrnlllng th« In the treni'h’ s mid rice fields. Many Brill»h Ku.h.il II,,» Trenrh«*», Hu-prl* General Young covered the road with
tumi i» Wr«*k Agn On«« Y««r In
inore f ilipinos, doubtless, were killed
III. Two «•■
cop|a-r Itomi-<> that «i -.-«| gaacous fui-l 1«
his cavalry. The Macabebe sermt» Between Katrourt »nd Ladysmith-Tl»«
lag ili» H”s«lg”r. Hwinbard-
I* h 111 p pl h i« Wittere.
English l.oa« Is Over One
deail at Mlddletown N. Y
completely surprised and demoralized
The Insurgents lire sup]»i-i'd to have
I nlte-l "tuli” <’■ mani l’i ttlt dled al
retreated toward Dagupan. It wa» im-
l»>sildi’ to pursue them, as the Ameri
New York** antiual her»» «•»'* >»•*• Du» i’idurf, «tormany, ,t* a reanlt of ■ u
were captured, say the insurgents from
Estr-ourt, Natal, Nov. 18.—An arm
*q»'ratl”ii f ,, aeiit*. apjjeudiciti».
can troops were eshmistoil, and their
San Jose to San Nicholas did not ex ored train having aboard half a rom-
supply of ammunition was low.
Represontathe ll.ploirn. of Iowa,
('aili’gl” atll ixmi|»’C*' with Itm-kr
pect or know of the arrival of the pany of Durban volunteers and half a
The <mt]»>sti killed five Filipinos
aaya he wlll Intnaluco ilio N leariigmi
Isllrr in lake shipping.
Americans until a day or two after company of Dublin fusiliers steamed
they actually arrived.
(•■il”ii”l Weld’ (' Ilay«* has i'nptiir«sl canal bill III ”,ngre»s th” first day.
to C'hiveley early this morning. On
pino h’liti'iimit-colonel commanding > -ting account of the lighting during
Aguinaldo and his government are its return it was shelled by Boer artil
A new Istiik orgunlZ4’l in New York
AgQinato»’» private atwretary.
said to l>e making desperate efforts to lery placed in four positions. Two
Manila, Nov. II—Tim Charleston
Till' Anx'ri’ sn Municipal Issigu«’ will will light the clearing house by i-ollect-
’I lx- regiment returned to Han Fabian
escape to Bayombong. All the infor trucks in front of the engine left the
Ing out-of town che* ks tr* « of charge.
rnn aground near Vignati, on a hidden bun lay, it ladng impossible to get sup spondent savs:
uio'l st (olumbus, (>.. this week.
“After the failure to rush the town, mation here is that he is still in the rails, toppling over. While the train
A report I» current tn Wall »tree! reef, with 35 fathom» of water on 1« th plies over the rouds.
General Cronje had recourse to the tac low «xiuntry.
Th« llaiik "I Athens, Atbi’ti», (la.,
was thus helpless the Durbans and
■Idea. Sim worked hur machinery tor
A |>roclmnatlon of the Filipino secre tics employed during the siege of Pot-
1». gxU” i’lt ' the Ilan 1» el a recaiter
Lieutenant Johnson, with troop M, Dublins faced the Boers in skirmishing
1’iiiy may aism absorb all eom|M-tiUira two «lava ami night» in trying to get tary of w.ir was found in all the vil chefstroom, in 1881, making an ad-
Third cavalry, captured yesterday at order, and the Boers poured shot and
ItaMker Il’s-1'» rules In
»flout, but, u typhoon iiri»ing, the crew
Representatives <d the
America was <’> iiii | h ’1| i ’I to take to the I’oats mid lage», giving glowing account» of »I- 'ance to the town by u succession of San Nicholas 12 barrels containing th« shell into the crippled train. The de
will nut I* di»tutl«s| ui »ny grMl ri-
Bible Society rejsirt thut In the lutei seek refuge on a stillili islund five miles
trenches in echelon Such a move had wardrobe of Aguinaldo’s wife, Bonn
7,50’1 American* had lau-n killed un I l.-en anticipated by us for some time, personal effects, the records oi the sec railed trucks were with great difficulty
removed, and the line was cleared,
Th” |U»T» »re ruislllg more mon, und lor of < liina their meu are subjocU«! t' away. Th” nativi'» are friendly.
I 1,000 Wounded during tie war.
■■streme i rueltv
mid for that reason there had been retary of war, and much commissary when the engine and tender steamed
Lieutenant McDonald mid a nnmla-r
»11 neutrals mast •»•* I'ghl ••« «•»
sent out parties to worry the Boers in- and medical supplies. Señora Aguin back.
Andrew < arnegie ha» ofl’i«red Tucson, of sailor» put off in it small ls*at and
WILL BE A TOTAL LOSS.
of th” lountry
ce.-antly by night attacks. These tac aldo probably escaped over the divide,
During this juncture Lieutenant
J»ii”” J ('’iris’ll Ims ehull”iig”-l
but the secretary of war is thought to Winston Churchill, of the Fourth hus
llopr <»f Hnthig thr < rtil««*r Chart 'M* tics the enemy disliked, but he con-
J»uin J J”firx»>, and has |«>»t««l s
ton PartIrulur« of thr Dlaaater.
be inside the lines.
stitution are guurunteod.
sars, son of the late Lord Randolph
The gnnl»>at Helena has l».-n
C. W. Hayes, a civilian, and Cap Churchill, displayed much courage, a*
Muni)», Nov. HI. — Further details ' which exposed him to little personal
| mi tolled to bring away the crew.
T*ir M’S.itTeit ’.iso will pnitmblj
tain 8. Davis, of the Sixteenth infan also did the driver and fireman.
Lieutenant McDonald deacnl»'» til" regarding tho grounding of the Chaile»-
Kgsin I* rrterr” I U’ tho 1‘reabytorlan Ing lairrower» (or it. surplus money,
“Thi n Colonel Baden-Powell played try, who were held prisoners by the in
Wall ktrr«'t linker» being the mi<dliini
Wireless Telegraphy at Hea.
his trump card by sending out Captain surgents, have lujen rescued.
hanl and fast agro uni, with her lottimi rural reef 10 miles east of Cainiguin
London, Nov. 18.—The American
Fitzclarence’s party to worry the occu
Kanipo 1» m lusst of more money, choM’ti ol reaching them.
lutdly stove, und well out of the water.
»nl England. It is sild, may •«»■ a 0
1 lie tran»|»irtatlon »ubeommlttiM’ of
merged, und the low almost out of pants of tlx- trenches. The little force several htindre-1 thousand ]iounds of steamer St Paul, just arrived at South
th«’ t tilted Mate» industrial commi*
1,500 ampton, had a unique experience as she
p r relit rate Irnfore long.
water. A heavy si-a whs on, and the stole out silently in the darkness. No rice, 6,700 jounds of salt,
The Cruiser ami llrr M«-u.
shot was fln-d, and the men. with fixed pounds of flour, marked "Dayton, O.,” approached England. Signor Marconi,
Yeung Itcpubli- an» from all fmrts »Ion will bold a 10 day»' nessiou in
Washington, Nov. 15.—Th” Chari-»- cruiaer begun rolling violently. The
bayonets, creeping rather than walk 2,500 pounds of sugar, 1,300 new uni from apftaratus attached to the main
of th” l'mt*sl Mates will tmliquet At < hl< ago to In ar grieiuncais.
toll ha» la-eu ill Asiatic waters more water-tight disirs were quickly closed,
along, approached the chief Boer forms and hundreds of thousands of mast, established communication with
Kt. Dull« in January or February.
A cyclone wrought I ikum ’ in India than a year. Sli” was one of the first but were stove ill under the engine de
instruments at Alum bay and Polite,
posit i< n near the racecourse. Then, Mauser shells.
Th” English goiornment declare» it
as they closed in, there was a shrill
The names of Lieutenant Gilmore and received dispatches from both
Is Oct b’l'llllg 1st' k th” tlow». but la
points regarding the progress of the war
miral Dowry, the navy department the oflicers fearetl she might slide off, screech. It was Fitzclarence’s whistle, and seven of his men were found writ in South Africa, the wreck of the
gti ing out all that com<« from South the losn <d |-r”|s-rty was imnivluw
John II ll.iswt'll Is dead at Allsinv, utilizing her fur the pur|s>s.- of mu -Ins; because of the heavy sen, and they ing cheer, which the listeners back in Quintin.
Uniteti States cruiser Charleston, and
Kinmunition and other supplies (or the abandoned the attempt to save her.
Tho nniveriity »( <'hie«g>i will •••t»d I N. Y. lie was an im|sirtant fa« tor in |
The garrisons in all the towns sur- other important events.
The Charleston was returning from a camp caught up, was the only reply as
This intelligence was published in
■n sx]isditi<>n to Houlhem citloa n l> doveloping tlx- »terl industry, and was
the party dashed into the trenches. prised resisted feebly.
assignment to that duty she had under five week»’ cruiiH’ along the eastern
the Trans-Atlantic Times, printed on
»st’h thr total «H'ltjsH' ol tin sun licit a long time in the government service
gone an overhauling nt the Mare island coast of Luzon, and Admiral Watson
boari ship, the paper selling at fl a
Mrs. Stanford ha. di»|»>M*l of all her navy-yard, Sun Francisco, and there was beginning to I jo uneasy. He sup- ing forces catching and bayoneting peared.
The remains of Major John A. Logan, copy and the proceeds tieing devote-1 to
*sniu”l i»-»nqs-r«. pro»i*l«-nt of tha Southern I'aeitlc sti» k to the Hunting fore, was in prime condition for her post'd, however, that she had joinisl Boers under the tarjiaulins where they
crouched, crying for mercy. At leas' killed in action at San Jacinto Satur the seamen’s fund. W. W. Broadfield
Iler holding duties. Tho Charleston is one <d the General Wlicatou’» exp«*lition.
American Federation of Lahor, has toH .a>|4>yi r »rtnli ale
day, were buried in I’aco cemetery thii was the editor.
.ff’-n*! to arbitral«’ th” piano-worker»'
In naval circles th«' accident is con- 6i bayonets got to work, and the hav<
vessels of more re« » nt construction,
morning. Many persons followed th«
BI» Fight Occurred Last Friday.
»trjks now on in Ulili ago.
and Is’leiigs to that cla*» which is com sidered quite unavoidable. The only
"For just a moment there was no body to the grave. Chaplain Fierce
Estcourt, Nov. lg.—A missionary, a
The «npromo court of Oregon him
officiated, and the Twentieth infantry native, but a reliable man, who arrived
disasti-r in Philippine waters, which
■thnn”<l th«> di* l-ii'ii ot the lower ix>urt ing ii d 11’ l«j«l with another train near
fect hail storm of bullets poured in furnished the escort, which was com here yesterday from Ladysmith, reports
are ni'»’t indifferently charted.
SCATTERING THE REBELS.
sil-l Msger* will huio t*» hang for tho < a|»'ll’i’luring ii fog
Th" Charleston lire practically in the from the trenches to the rear. Again manded by Major Rodman. The pall- that a big fight took place there Fri
murder <if Siuk. utile«» the goimior were killed outright and 29 iujured,
It liearers were the captains of the Twen day, November 10. He says that vol
Fnrrgy of th«* Amrrii nni l>«-iitorulir< •
n sen, and there is no hiqai of sav Fitzclarence’s whistle sound’s 1.
meant ‘Cease tiring and scatter home tieth infantry.
t hr I illpln«»«.
unteers went out in the earlv morning
A story ha» rea. Ix«l Victoria from
ward.’ The British forces scattered,
Thr lUs-r» suffered a sen-re «lefiwt a t
and drew the enemy from their posi
Manila, Nov. 15.—General Young is and ooutents of the cruifwr.
creeping back under th«» furious fire in
ladjNtnith Thursday morning.
tions into a flat, where the regular
ail|q»’»’-«I to have reached San Nicholas,
the darkness to the appointed rendez
IN A GHASTLY TRADE.
I’-or gun* were allen< ••«! after four
al»>ut 30 mile.* «'a«t of Dagujum, but
Judge Chambers Say«* They Would Like trooje, under Sir George White, out-.
hear»' nghtiiift, during whliti their
nianeuvere>l them by outflanking the
to Have lliiu Govern Tutuila-
they »ent the dead laxly of their victim his wagons are fur behind. Colonel Trafflr In Human Bmllc« Stopped at Nt.
I-”»”» were heavy.
"Colonel Baden-Powell met and con-
Boers, administering a crushing defeat
Hay«*» has captunsl Aguimildo’s were-
to th«' pan nt in a jar of brine.
' gratulated Captain Fi.zclarenee and his
and inflicting great loss. More than
onls-halt of Admiral Dewey an-1
tary, mid Major ('«deman 1» inCarrang-
St. L/’uis, Nov. 16.—Four zine-lined | men upon their splendid work, saying
The r»|»'. ted »h- wer of meteora wen Ian with an cacort ■ f 175 bolonicli, on
bis.fflc.-r» and men, Washington at-
Judge Chambers, of Alabama, chiel 200 Kaffirs, the missionary says, were
trunks, such as arc used by traveling
temry» hair a*k”t the court of elntma first lisible in New York Mon lay his way to the jirovince of Neuva Viz men in carrying sample«, each contain that it was a heavy price to pay, but justice of Samoa, dtwussing the Sa employed by the Boers to bury their
t” tlml that th«> amount of bounty night.
caya. A »on of General Llaneras and ing a corpse, were taken from the bag- that the Boers had to be stopjied mak moan position and the islands acquired dead, and two trains, each drawn by
ing ride trenches within range of the
carried away the
tn-’neT due them la $8»2,NO’>, of which
A court of Inquiry will fix tho re his family are prisoners. The general
guge-r’suii at union station today, and town. The members of the party are by the United States, said:
0i” admiral la ingot ||»,U‘.II.
-|B'ii»iblllty (or the accident Io ih’ barely e»ea|wd.
Frank Thompson, city undertaker of
A «'orre«|»uident of the pres* with Memphis, Tenn., is under am-st. | now the envy and pride of the garrison. difficulty about the government of her
flonrnnr lto»»'velt fanwa W ikm I for Charleston
"Even the Boer commander Botha,
Washington, Nov. 17.—The presi
the gnvornor.hlp of Cuba
lie has In-
Major John A. L’gmi. son rii tlx- General Young telegraph» from San Charges against Th”ni]»’on are being, expressed admiration for the attack, Samoan possessions. The natives are
do-ed President McKinley to agree gallant “Black Jack," was killed bv Jose that Aguin.il’lo did not escape to formulnted. For some time the police mid addetl that he would take Mafeking of an amicable disposition, and educa dent is making efforts to secure the
th" northwest. He an I his army, the have l>een aware that a traffic in hu
tion is general among them.
They protection of Spanish prisoners with
with him en »11 |sdnta, but the ipira- reladw in Luzon.
correspondent adds, are surrounded. man bodies has Iwn going on through Is-fore long, for he meant to do one have a strong love for the United the insurgents in the Phillippines.
Bun ol imme.lb.te np|.dntmont. Thia
thing or the other quickly,
The wreck of th" Charleston was tlx
0» president d. *irea to lento to coll- principal topic of dincuanioU at the last Ilia lust orders to the Filipino com- this cify, »nd they have laxm on the -
“The shelling continued all Sunday States and ask nothing better than to A cable message relating to this sub
mnnder at San J”»» were to hold Sail watch for the guilty ones. Recently,
A naval ject has been sent to General Otis, and
st intervals. Ala’ut 4 o’clock in the be governed by Americans.
Joao and Carrntigian at all costs.
governor will probably be sent to the by him forwarded to General Mac-
('«■nsirate franehiaea will I« tun«I
The German emperor'» forthcoming
Tin' ramt en«xmnters were 1< ki one-
islands, as in the case of Guam, and Arthur, with instructions to get it to
visit to England I» l»'tng looked for slde«l to lie call’*I fights. The insur made to W. II. Hanisen, at Keokuk, of truce, giving Mafeking a last chanc< the natives should, as they doubtless Aguinaldo if possible. The president
Iowa, for whom those captured today to surrender at the eleventh hour.
1 ire I r>«id-nt llifliart is recovering, ward to »» <d great moment.
gents are mortally afraid of the Ameri Were also intended. The expressman
While th«> tlag was receiving attention, will, be permitted to preserve as far as requests the kindly and humane treat
»11'1 1» almost past the danger js’int.
cana, Iwiwever, strong their position. who hauled the trunks from the Keo
The Born threaten to exoeute
the heavy Imnibardment continued.’’ ¡>os«ible their own methods of govern ment of the Spanish priosnere, and the
Montreal w»» visited by » tire, do- British officers, whom they hold
Tliry mak” but brief and feeble resist kuk de]» it told the station master there
The dispatch then desrcil>C8 General ment and their most cherished cus message also contains an intimation
ance, and run when the terrible Ameri that he belie\.*l they contained Iwidiea.
•tmying $.5,om».iH)«j worth of property. primmer», il Nathan Marks is not
that any of the insurgents responsible
Cronje’s great attack of Monday, the toms.
can yell reaches their ears, whereupon An investigation was start«*l. and thii
“The man whom the Samoans would for the ill-treatment of such prisoners
Kwta wants a limn The
details of which have already lieen ob
the Americans pursue them and slay city was notified to l«»<k out for any
tri it in (iorinany resulted in fail lure.
tained from Baden-Powell's official dis most like to have appointed governor is will be held to strict account when
Health conditions in the
Captain Leary, who is now governor of they are taken by the United States
»aid to la> excellent. There
The London f,v t, .Bl,( bl
Tho moral effect of the new s that tion.«d.
iuam. They know him and have the forces operating in the islands.
“The end came,” says the corre
•nat ItoU-nrea the aeUrrs tn theah-ra. l<4 of the Asiatic squadron in
00,000 troops uro on their way here ha>
In the trunk« an1 th«’ bodies of thre« spondent, “after five hours’ fighting. jtmost affection for him.” •
A Kich Vein of Copper.
•M,’n',r *" K'dng back Fast to relleva
been unquestionably great.
ne r-x s, two men an I a l.iy, and a The enemy retired.living heavily beaten
City, Or., Nov. 17.—Reliable
«Wngency then, dUo to a mituml
whit«» woman. From ap|s'arances. for all time, so far as Mafeking is con
Nelson A Mlles, has Is’etl made public. disease thnn from tho Americans, ow
Butte, Mont., Nov. 1.—A matte fur- information is received here today of
they all died of reuismuption or some cerned. It was the hottest day of the
It is extremely brief and fonimi in ing to poor food, lack of nx*li< tin's, and
lace at the Butte & Boston smelter ex another rich strike in the Copper Queen
other wasting diseaM’. The white siege, ami the firing was terrific, the
Si llier »ays th” completion character.
plode«! at an early hour this morning, mine, situated 22 miles from this city
woman was evidently somebody of re Boers ev dently recognizing that the
^'fzragu« can.,I w.,,,1.1 make the
just as a carload of wet precipitates on Powder river, and which was re
The navy is is'ing supplied with there is great mortality among them.
American navy ini in. ilde.
finement, judging from her l’X’ks. Her only way into Mafeking, if any. is by
was dumped into it Harry Manghlin cently purchased from Gilkinson Bros,
General I,awtoii has intercept”’! a features are regular and her hair black.
K rag-Jorg«’ !i*i'ii».
lie Inten hatigeHbli’ I st «een the army telegram from an insurgent captain to Her front teeth are gold-filled. All the a kopje, which was gallantly defended was so severely burned and cut by dy by Eastern people for $50,000. A
by Colonel Walford’s men. The gar- ing pieces of iron that he died about seven-foot vein of high-grade copjier ore
■‘"’lysmith, but node- and navy.
a Filipino general, reading:
IsHlie» are well preserved.
ri-s-a is jubilant, while th«’ Boers have fight hours later. John Koger was is uncovered, the wall not yet being
result» are attain.»!,
“How cun you blame me for retreat-
Seven American» wore killed while
been hurled imck in disorder on their »Iso seriously injured, but will prob- reached. On the strength of the show
•>«nl-an and Tarlac have
I xm 'I i taken
of Salimin. See-
laager, and will have to content them *bly recover. Maughlin leaves a wife ing made, Superintendent Gilkinson is
J th” American», but Agiiimild’i's storming the tow n
enty-Mven dead Filipinos were counted
pushing work with an increase«! force
I»lniul Is Nut the Freak That S|>anl»h selves with a long-range bombardment uid family in Chicago.
*h"N»boqit 1» a» miI.
mystery aa in the trench«’».
men. The owners of the Copper
Survey» Have Maili* It.
CHANGES IN THE SENATE.
Queen will now rush the erection of a
Dewey 1« Out of It.
Two mi'iubeni of a suicidi’ club, at
Porto Rico New York, Nov. 18.—A
'’tneial return, »re V(.n ,
CAMPAIGN IN PANAY.
Washington, Nov. 18.—Senator Proc smelter of 60 tons daily capacity, plans
Frankfort, Ind., carriisl out their com KITrrt of the Krrriit Rtato Election«
»peciiil to the Time» from Washington
Paldii'sn '"'J'.**”' *h'"i<H,rat» and Re- pact within 10 dii.vs. They were Isith
Two Neat« tTnelinnge*!,
tor announces that there is absolutely .’or which were already on foot.
savs: One of the most curious results
«.«»neral llngh”«* Far””» uo possibility of the nomination of Ad
iimmls'rs of the 158th Indiami voluti-
Washington, Nov. 15.—But four of of tlx- annexation of Puerto Rico will
K”gr«» Question In the Mouth.
miral Dewev for the presidency next
tho present state legislatures will
Macon, Ga., Nov. 13.—Congressman
Manila, Nov. 17.—General Hughes,
According to an agreement
just choose United States senator». Ill Ken land ns it is known to the world. The
Bartlett and Senator Bacon have re
r-lm IUl."wl"'>' the ln.li»HH were reached the bicycle trust will with- tucky, n succesor to Henator Lindsay, coast survey is now at work finding Novemlier 14 occupied Tabatian and the emphatic statement that he is not ceived a petition signed by about 100
l"«b th v "',,w‘""’«it rouaidoralde il Iraw from the rubU’T tire field and prolmbly Blackburn, will lie chosen, out what the real shape of Puerto Giambal, on the southern «•oast, and trying to start a Dewey boom for the negroes asking them to use their best
**» the -Mnxicnm,
Blackburn controlling tho legislatuii’. Rico is. and it has already learned also Cordova, in tho interior. The presidency. He says that h«’ is in a
I l»>nnit the tire trust to control nil In Virginia. Martin, having control of enough to show that the old Spanish enemy did not oppose General Hughes’ position to know that since the arrival efforts to secure the passage of a law
whereby the negroes might be deported
*n tol.liri. ? ir".
f*"iidon for patents.
.if Dewey in this country his antagon to Africa. They say that condition»
tho lelgslature, will 1»' returned. In surveys uro not only unreliable and advance.
The efforts of chaplains of tho army Iowa, Goar will lie returned, and the worthless, but that they gave a posi
Recent orders from Aguinaldo, found ism to being drawn into politics has under which they live are not satisfac
111 •"’tween Niivein. who have is’etl ordered to tho I'liilip- Mississippi legislature will elect Me- tively fills«' impression of the formation in the trenches, said:
"'»nd Novtinilier IM.
tory, they see no prospects of n change,
pines to have their orders revoked, is Laurin to succeed Sullivan. This will ■of the coast.
“Do not oppose th«' Americans' ad
and it would be lietter for the two
Bombardment of Ladysmith.
w"rkH’ "• Han Fran- occasioning eiinsiderablo comment in leave two seats unchanged, replace a
Puerto llico hits ls'eti of an oblong vance. Burn the villages as they are
Lorenzo Marque«, Delagoa Bay, Nov. races to separate.
ilbaorls’d by Washington.
gold Democrat in Kentucky by u silver simp”. It has liHiked as if tho sea, dis attacked. Divide the forces into bands
Bound for r<*r«inn Gulf.
According to a statement just issued Democrat, and in Mississippi a silver gusted with till' queer shapes assumed of 40. Harass the Americans on every 18.—A local newspaper reports that
Ladysmith was subjected to a very
London, Nov, 18.—According to the
H trust recently formed.
tho Southern Pacific shows u gross In mini will succeed one of his own party. by the islands, had de'ermined to throw occasion.”
Araneta, tho rebel leader of the heavy bombardment all day Tuesday, Bombay correspondent of the Daily
.......... " Will M’ll ont crease in eiirnings of $2,029,108 and a The holdovers elected this fall w ho will nisivo Its surface at least one island as
1'80” of ,|J,I1K ' """"-y. They diaap- not increase of $1,198,575. Tlni Cen vote for United Htatoa senators are in even in contour as a cigar-liox, just to island of i’anay, was captured at Tag- and that at midnight all the cannons Mail, a small Russian warship passed
New Jersey and Maryland. Tho mem allow that it could be done. Th«' coast banmi while attempting to pass the on the hills surrounding the town Aden yesterday (Thursday) bound for
given tl * "’""’"t plnn. Mexico tral Pacific 1» prosperous, t«s»
opened fire simultaneously, pouring the Persian gulf, and the British third-
of the New Jersey legislature, just survey is beginning to find out that lines into Ho lie.
Hocrotary Hay lias received the pro
shells from all points of tho compass. class cruiser 1’omone has been ordered
tocol under which tho claim» iigainst
Several buildings atire, the paper as to proceed thither.
'""<"mvn " m„
(,f hlR |nRW Russia uro to bo arbitrated. Mr. Assor,
serts, could be distinctly seen from
I.X'..... . '“dy « .....
It is reported an expedition, evading
The Wounded or Mlating.
while attempting to a member of the council of state for the while in Maryland the holdover» are ocean. This will make the islaml big
London, Nov. 18.—Special dis
"••• (l ...........
r Kansas City. Nohterlands, is to I» the arbitrator.
ably supjs’rt their newly elected gover ger than Imd lieen supposed.
ammunition on th«' Antigua coast, and
Fall of a Large Meteor.
............. ¿my 15 "'‘''«l"». dying in
patches from Estcourt estimate the
Tho project for further naval in- nor, Smith, for th«' senate in case Gor
No one can tell what shape Puerto that th«' rebels threaten opposition with
Webster City, la., Nov. 17.—A large wounded and missing of the armored
creHHON which congress will lie miked man withdraws, ns ho promised to do. Rico will I m ’ when it is finally surveyed an »ruied force of 8,000 men. These
meteor fell in the woods just east of train contingent at from 100 to 150.
^l'n,f>w|lanli|,\l'’',*,,i ,,,llr tn ^’,,w York, to authorise at tho next session for im
There are holdovers in other »lutes that Hs an American possession, but it stories are not believed.
here last night. It made a hole almut The missing include Captain H. Al-
•""•d to »eel, _r?'
will vote for United State» senators, seems certain that it will not tic the
All ports of th«' Sulu islands outside five feet square, and is still seething «lane. It is hope«l that some escaped
^<Towd nf '
11 Ht°ra to avoid ship»—9 cruiser« and 12 gunboat». but they wore not affocteil by tho re insular freak it has appeared on the of th«' American possessions have Ix'eu and steaming, so that its full size can over the veldt and will return to Est-
l"'"|d« who were Three armored cniiscrs twice the size cent elections.
not be determined.
court in a fow days.
ordered to be closed t«» commerce.
of th«’ Brooklyn are asked for.
Epitome of the Telegraphic
Newt» of the World
J“***"*! «nd i,“' n w"H-kn<>wn civil
i ^r"'hi» », T"r;hw" '-<•<"■.« th*
^"rtviil i, â ",v third child. Th«
"",l Mr' Darling to
Although 77 years of age, John A.
I'oters is still performing 111» duties ns
chief justice of the Maine supreme
Emperor William will exhibit the
Frederick tho Great collection of cur
ios, literary treasure» and
paintings at. the Paris exponition.
Tho Kansu» City Ä Eldorado rail-
road has been nol’i to the Missouri,
Kansas A Texas Railroad ootnpany for
the amount of Its bonded indebtedness,
Cruiser Charleston Wrecked
Oil North Luzon.
Marking Up Urlve«,
(lllinore Was at Tarlar.
St. Paul, Nov. 15.—A I ji ('rosso,
Wi»., »poc.ini says: White pine lum
ber manufacturer» have agreed upon a
uniform mark-tip in prices, taking
effect at once. The iidvanco is 50 cents
per 1,000 in somo grade» or dimen
sions, and $1 ii 1,000 in some grades of
uppers. Notice 1» given that all grades I
not advanced now will be shortly,mak-
Ing a uniform adviuioo of $1 per 1,00V
all around ou all grades.
Washington, Nov. 16.—The follow
ing was received at the navy depart
ment from Watson today:
“Manila, Nov. 1(1.—An escaped
Spanish prisoner at San Fabian reports
seeing Lieutenant Gilmore November 1
in Turin«’ with five men. nil well. Ho
cniKsod the mountains from Baler in
May with 13 men. The location of the
other eight meu is unknown."
Florida has ostrich farms.
Government Buy« Bond«.
Washington, Nov. 17.—The secretary
of th«' treasury late this afternoon made
announcement of his readiness to buy
i $25,000,000 of 5 per cent United States
lamds of 1004 and 4s of 1901 at the
price at which they were offered on the
York stock market yesterday.
i Ne v
These figures are net, and tho holders
of 4s will receivo the accumulated in
terest from Novemlier 1. At three
prices the botxls would realise to th«
The National Association of Post
investor .0224 ]>er cent (or th«' 6s and
masters met in Washington.
.0218 for tho 4s.
Car Famine Clone« Bolling MUI*.
Lebanon, Pa., Nov. 1.—The Amer
ican Iron & Steel Manufacturing Com-
pany has suspended operations in all
its local puddling and rolling mills.
The cause assigned is an exhausted coal
supply, resulting from the car famine.
CongreHAiuan Settle Dead.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 1.—Congress
man Evan 8. Settle, Democrat, seventh
Kentucky district, died suddenly at
Owenton, of heart disease, at 6 o'clock
Estconrt, Nov. 18.—Seven of the
Durban» have just come in, making 28
missing. Only 15 of the Dublin» have
returned. The Natal seven-pounder,
which was in front of the train, had
fired three shots, when it was shattered
by the Boer artillery. Tho armored
engine has many bullet marks, and its
dome «xiver is smashed, as also is its
mitomatic exhawrt pipe. , The tender ia
also pitted with bull«* marks. It it
rumored that Lieutenaat Churchill U a
* ► - *