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FALLS, KLAMATH (JOUNi’Y
rrrrlbte Plight of th- He.legtaU, bul Mo
Talk of burr«$*«ler.
Epitome of the Tclsfraph
News of the World.
Sa lalsrasllag 4 »ll.ellua ..T Hams Fr.
lbs Tw» llsw.lspbs»SS l-easaaVaa
iu a <'ea<t«as»<l Farm.
**’ K n
want* a mllll*
dollar« lor a law librar.»
*’*’ h"w pri»>uers <
Isiaril British warships.
Gsrmanv will admit American «•
|ur Issr <d » lari# »ar.
Th» nischluist« id I'hlladelphia <1
uialid « ai*“' *“*»< ■lay.
gis psepls were bunted tn death in
»» York l»nam»ut b<>u»w lira.
Th» Iu* r»a«c in American im
h»« l»*cu ns»rly d*>ubl»l In thiwe y
•.»a Fr»m *■■<> hlghl-lii lets murdered
< ienrrnl Woods »»ærta that trouble
iu < ul« 1« IMiW al*»olul«dy out of th«
Ihr imii»|«»rt <imnt
Meulis with Hill
alt k auldlrte
The Hriliah •prondrteii oruitrr
||. mm I» rv|« rtrd of! < al lahtMl.
thr Uabaina», in di»trr«a
|‘rv»idrut Hand btarr Jordan.
Hanford rnhrraity, In a •¡«•eh
Cbicatfo, mid that I ngland would
Trouble ha« ariM’ii
and b”I mnlMifa« turerà of lampa, FI»
Advance lu tbu pri*” <d loin la ths
Tom Hharkev and Ifob I- It a* Im molai
• l|(Ur«l •rtlclrw of agr* ritirili for a ‘i*»-
n>uu<l l«»ut l»r(i>rv the «dub offeritili liie
The 1‘liitr I States
begin thr minuta« tur« «if •moilelee«
(■iwder and c«»iii|*te * itti privale utili-
li taciute r« In |M»|nt <>f quality
T)»r Amrrhan < lar Manufacturing
Company, the $10. irmi ,»♦
flou of arwrr pl|ir maliufa« turerà. Wtr ‘ I hl. rturti, making t>M> moat liberal
control B.*> jirr « « ut of thr Hxlnetry.
sllowi xw <d lima lor hi. reappearance.
Xrar <>hinpia. Waah.» th?«w rb 1 I mt I uu longer have any Imp» I dou't
7 and V veara. vrwt» belle.a that h» la living; oibarwiae wa
burnml to «hath while thrir ferrite •hould certainly have heard of hiiu.
Were abw nt from home att<’U« iti| a All Dial can Im looked lor HOW 1« the
recovery of hl» laxly .”
Tho plague lu Hom dulu is under con
At Hanovrr. Grrmanv. *« n»r fteoiia
Uot let idrntlflrd |4*r«*a I*riti«h !l| and trol.
made an anti-llritlvh dem«>n«tra I mi in
General Gatacro ha. occupied storm-
front of thr rvwtiirm «' of mi Eillah* berg.
man, who had dlwplavr.l the Vlloll
C»|m Colony Bow» are retreating to
Ja< k in «rlrbratlon «»f th«' wucivWMt lu Orange Free Mate
Hou th Afri« a.
General J**e Wheeler has arriv««i at
Pn»R|M>( ta for thr t« rminatinu
«*an Fram-iaco (r**m Manila.
Colombian tevolutluti arr ¡«Mirer I bn
A resolution wa» intnslu* < m « in con-
gres» »»king lor rv|>ral of the tariff on
Al \ i.-nti ( t)M ' t' « u I’nn M
•nir. uf Austria, wan inarrlrd to < Ugl
The British government has decide>l
to retain l»*n! I'aun'-efoto a» ami«»-
Thr t.'tal u-r . , , • |- . . | , lH.
tailor al WaahingtoU indefinitely.
captured Mt l’aardel>wg by tlm Urlio
The latest angar trust*» dlvidenii was
ia 4,Mo men.
tmallrr than usual, »up|»*»ed to l*e thr
A ¡tarty uf aii Atnrriran rubier pn»
rrault of thr fight witli Arbuckle.
perlon hate I«» n ina»«a« red by ludio
Ya<pii Indiana di»|»rsel 800 Mexi-
IQ thr wilda of llraall.
-an soldii'r» win* were acting a» eemrt
■ I I1-....1 i.
•“••—’A > Die lusil, near I'otarn, Mexico.
«1 Itepul lu-an Imague has tmen mil» '
to inset m till* I lly of M Paul Jaix | « era.''me. the famous racing mare.
ia*« reisird for a«ir
viler . i i ' . the
half « a
Frozen meat«, sepplled tn the Amari-
<-«n army in the I'hllippiues, 1» reported
>7 official« in Manila to be highly
A ps«»i*iiger train on the Canadian
•»rifle, near Toronto, Canada. juni|«d
’•>• track, and several nmmla-r« of par-
•tatiiriit were injured.
The Kentucky leglal.turo ha. pa»»|
• «111 appropriating $loo.ooo to carry
on ths *,,rk id hunting down the aa-
*«»u of Willi,,,, Goelml.
Jn sn engagement Imtween Muzlcana
l,ll,*»|(s. ni-ar Santa Cm«.
defeated It,ooo Imllana
•"•I«!*» killed liumlsirrd 32.
l h<* r«l»-l» are pr«|«r-
ths rainy season and will varry
«•mrrlll. warfare on a large
William Henry, a half-breed Indian
Rn imH ’’ '
' ’ll"* al"4
Jealousy was the
>-,«y three and
'•iH’llHli illrhfM of
*“''* 1,1 «3 hours is tin*
ri'»bll«hed at Ifocheater,
,r'"" tl"’ higgeal
tn many yMr,
(I.y, ' Vi
"" ‘r‘al '"r tl,e I*“» A®
>W*r‘’ ""l“*’«^ t’F
l'r"yer M a
“ WM‘‘U,y il>
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<’• there Hrn
H fluí» of
,urK is |A
Protpretlng and Mining In Cap«
M om *
Mafeking, Feb. BL —What may Is,
Newspapers and private letter« re
typhoid lever ha« broken out in Die
ceived from ('ape Nome via Ilawaon say
Boers Outwitted by Roberts’
women»' laager, and dysentery, due to
that considerable prospecting was car
the ab-enc«-of vegetable», ia rife among
ried on this winter. Many miners have
We are throwu upon
an idea that at and below low water
<ur own reaources. Buch iuxuriaa aa
mark the richest sands will tie found.
<11'11 KE GF M I \ 4 (’A4 EUES we had are exhausted, or have liaan
Therefore, as aoon as the ice was «olid* MADE MO DETERMINED STASO
"ininalideered for the laarpltala, which
ly frozen to the liottom of the shore
«re filled to overflowing.
they began prospecting to solve a
•• • •••>!
Iren'» graveyard, close to the women's
much-vexed question aa to the origin of Ketr«at«d Kaalward. Helng Follow««
laager, grow« weekly a» the young Jives
the gold in the beach sands. Prospect
br Fr»arh's Caval»/ Th« Kuirh
ir** * ut »hurt prematurely by «hells ami
ing in the tundra warrants the belief
Making for Kloemfont«in.
e l*»,k with hojar deferred for
that it is impregnated with gold much
in the same manner as the beach.
Washington. March 7
Ihe cbeerfulueas which was charact-
London, March 10.—The Boers ap
Fire Creek, W. Ya., March 8.—The
Tundra prospecting, the advices say,
has cabled the following aceouut of ths eristic of the early days of the siege has
most destructive mine explosion ever had not been carried on extensively, pear to have made no stand whatever,
recent military oj«*rati**u» in Luzon:
almost deM-rtw! 11», the men preferring known in the New River district oc- owing to the difficulty encountered in ixcept that while in retreat they twice
“Mantis. March 7. —Balas, with two to remain at their posts,
rather than curred at the Red Ash mine, «hortly sinking to liedrock on account of water. repulsed General French’« cavlary with
battalion» of tlm Forth th and Forty move »lout »n l work up
an ap|*etlte, after the minera went to Work, early The ground freezes to an unknown rifle fire. As no report has been made
fifth regiment«, ani di-tii* htnenta of w lm h cannot I»-»ati«fie<l.
The natives this morning, Although the most be- depth, the same as in the Klondike, j I the capture of prisoners, the enemy
artillery, engineer» and signal corp«, a ire 111 the worst plight
Those who roii work of the rescuing |>arty has and if it should prove rich an area of probably got away with their entire
total of 2.200 men, lauded troop» on • re unable to obtain work
are allowed a been going on incessantly all day, it is country will lie developed that will lie force. General French is still follow
the southeast. northwest »nd southern
1» tasta of *-»n Mlg* > I Buy, < am»tlm-« I l iliving the danger, wander alxiut the impossible tonight to estimate the full greater than a score of Klondike»rolled ing them and keeping between them
extent of the loss of life and property. into one. From what has already been «nd Bloemfontein.
province. to move on Nu«vs Caceres, in'
town with gaunt and hungiy fa* ea in Ten dead bodies have already been don», it was said to be reasonable to
The evacuation of the northern dis
Th»- onlv strong <q*|s> w«r< h ot work which entitles them to
taken out. and the numlter ot the dead predict that the tundra would prove tricts of Cape Colony is now nearly
•Ilion was em oiinterr d by Godwin .m l m * xtra ration of meat. If they find
may reach 50 or more. It is thought very rich.
Big prospects had been complete. The British are in posses
a luittallon of hl» regiment it Lit an in, work they are generally U»i weak to
tonight that at least 40 miners are yet found in dozens of places, right from sion of the rialroad crossings.
northwest of Nuev a < 'act-re». Godwin'» i l»-rform it.
entomlied in the wrecked mine.
The military critics comment on the
the grass roots, but the weather has not
I im was Adjutant Caliches, who die I I
From their advance |»>sta the B,x*rs
The Red Ash mine is a large drift, yet been sufficiently cold to enable bed discouraging new« from Mafsking.
of Wimud», and three enlisted men ' rake the alrevt» ami the market square.
and the explosion occurred m-arthe en rock to lie reached.
Colonel Baden-Powell seems to lie in
» verely wounded and five slightly | It 1» ImpoB.ilde t*o dodge their bullet».
trance, which is thus closed by the
grave need of outside help. Otherwise
The enemy left <14 dead on We have taken remarkable precaution,
falling elate, entombing a large nurnlier ern Alaska. Claim No. 1 lie low has be would not allow correspondents to
ths field and mnnv wounded, who were however, and the caaualtiea, though
of miners. The scene of the disaster thus far proved to be the banner claim, »«id out information respecting the
eared for by our inadical officer».
heavy, are not what they might have is between this place and Thurmond, and is owned by Japhet Linderberg. distress of the garrison.
“Goodwin captured a number of t.cen with les» able men at the head of
on the south branch of the Chesapeake The output has been enormous, when it
A re-adjustment of some of the higher
srmeil insurgents, Is Spanish prisoner» affairs.
& Ohio railroad. J. Fred Effiuger, of is considered that it was worked but commands is taking place.
Bo rifles and i-omildrraldo ainiiiunitl'ir« | Even the headquarter«' mees fares
Staunton. Va., is the principal owner six weeks. From this claim $117,000 White is to go to Stormlierg to take
i'artleulars of minor wantily. Like
oi the mine.
was cleaned up, while Discovery yield supreme command of General Gatacre's
■-ngageiiieiit» of tl.u other collimila u**t we erv, ‘‘How long. O Ixird, how
Relief parties from great distances ed $58,000 in three weeks; No. 3 division and the Tenth division, now
arrived a« soon a» possible. State Mine above, $30,000; No. 4, $80,0u0; No. 5, in process ot formation, which will lie
"Nueva Caceres was found practical
Two hun-lteil ami ninety-two per Inspector Pinckney, with a cor[* of
under the immediate command of Gen
ly deserte. I the inhabitants hav mg taken m io« 1$ m \ e I mm 'H killed, wounded, or experts, has been on the ground during $40,000; No. 6 was worked, but the eral Hunter, Sir George White's chief-
refuge in the mount»ins.
The troops >ltmd of »liM*«»*.
The garrison i» so the day, rendering all assistance pos
are covering important |>*iuts in lbs •• oin II tlmt it would I« criminal ti. sible and devoting hi« attention more owned by Dr. Kittelsen, produced
The Daily News makes the following
provili* ea of < amarine» ami Albay. oiakr iim wvMknew« public, but then* 1» toward relief than to an official investi
Die navy rendered most valuable aid ntHcr wo much h * h whiNptfr or wu^geH- gation as to the cause of the disaster. Price & Lane, $192,000; No. 9, tielong
“It was rumored in London yester
ing to the Swedish Mission, $68,000;
lu laudlug tnaqa and supplies.”
tion of the ¡MtNiibility of wurrvndvr, I**- The managers and liosaes of all the Nos. 10 and 11, owned by C. D. Lane, day—and we have no reason for be
| chum « we <!•» n«»t
to get beaten, mine» in this district came to the «cene
lieving the rumor to be correct—that
Gettrral Haïra* K t |>r«llll»»n.
the two republics made informal and
Manila, March 7 — Gem-ral Bate«' no I we are cheerfully enduring the a» soon a» isissible. and joined in the
unofficial overtures of peace on the
Ifow to Writ« Advertisement«.
»x;»rdlti*Mi to Southern Luaou, c<>u»i»t- hMrlKhi|»>* of today rather than to make work of rescue, but they were greatly
The most successful pol
mg of the I ort leih and Forty-tilth regi a wunwoder in any degree poaaible to- impeded by the extent of the enormous
conditions suggested were of such
blockade nt the entrance to the drift.
icy which can be adopted
ment». a total of
men, ha« occu- tnorruw.
character as to preclude the possibility
The large, heavy side tiers ot the en
pled Nuava Caceres, provin e of South
in writing any advertise
GUARDED BY POLICE.
of leading to any result. Terms which
trance were blown out to some dis
ment is to so word it as to
Camarín»». Dart, provim-e of North
might have been gladly accepted be
w in the confidence and re
( 'amarine» »nd the neightsiring smaller Son «nt Ion Workmen K«npl«»yr<t »n < hl- tance, together with a lot of heavy tim
fore the war, in order to avert it, are
bers. Even mules were blown out
The enemy resisted at ons
« ngo Building*.
spect of theruader. If you
impossible after the war, with all the
»une distance. The force of such an
point and two Americans were killad,
Chicago, March 10.—Under police
sacrifices it has entailed.”
sion upon the reader's mind
including LleuteuaUt John B. <lalla- guard, over 300 nonunion workmen explosion caused au immense filling
ot the slate and other debris, so that
that he will believe that
gber, of the Fortieth regiment.
were tislay given work by contractors
General Roberta* Report.
you are in earnest in what
February 20. the eijaedltion arrived engaged in erecting various down-tuwu the entrance was filled lor a great dis
London, March 10.—Following is
you say, that you really lie-
at han Miguel l>ay, landed, and in three building». I his was the first m-rious tance. A« many men as could work
the text of Lord Roberts’ dispatch, re
lieve it yourself, and that
uolnnnis pushml Inland, converging attempt <>u the |iart of the contractor» nt one time were digging away with all
ceived by the war office today:
you are laying the case be
u|»*n Nueva Cacorea an I attempting to to resume the work interrupted t>y the
“Poplar Grove, March 10.—Two
fore him in a plain, busi
preveut the enemy'■ retreat. At Lib- »trike of tin* union« affiliated with the «hurt relays by other men. so as to ex-
brigade» of cavalry, with horse artillery
jiedite the work as much a» possi bl?.
ness like manner, without
alian, north of Nueva (.'aceres, the Building Trades Council.
«nd Kelly-Kenny's division, marched
The first suciessful strike of the res
any exaggerations or at
enemy was wm-ealed in the rice field tiie unfinished building« were heavily
today 10 mile« eastward.
suit resiste I a I »at talion of the Fortieth pi* keted by the union«, I it t*eyoud one
were taken by surprise yesterday.
are uearly sure to get that
regiment, which engaged them at close or two attempts to |«rs iade the nou-
They moved off so hurriedly that they
quarters with bayonets. After 40 min uuion men not to go to work, no at that seven of them were already dead.
left cooked dinners behind them. We
The other three were dying. As the
utes' lighting the enemy fled slid Lib tempt was made to interfere.
captured a Krupp gun and several tents
miners had fallen at different place«
amen was occupied, The American»
Lal«>r troubles eulminat<*d in a riot
The total casualties
were worked on lays, and the Lapland were:
buried <14 of the enemy, whose total at Thirty-sixth and Wallace streets tins
Killed, Lieutenants Keswick
lom in killed ami Wounded I» estimated evening. William Schindler was allot caused the falling slate to blockade the ers who worked them got for thei> ■nd Frieslick; wounded, Lieutenant«
mum« in different parts of the mine, share $50,000 clear money.
I nii'l prvdvably fatally wounded, and six
Bailey, of the Twelfth Lancers, and
the work of rescuing the men met with
Irvin Libatimi the expedition
Several quartz ledges have been Decrispigne, of the Second Life Guard«,
pro others were injured,
located along Anvil, one opposite No. both severely, and Lieutenant Smith, of
ceeded to Nmna Caceres, the gunlsuvt foreman (or the Link Belt Machinery
ParaguA arriiing 10 minutes ahead <d <'ompanv. and II. K. McLaiu, super- men rescue*! at 10 A. M. were not far 9, on the right limit, and another oppo the Shropshire«, who is believed to
the troop«. The town was found prac llltelldellt of the same company, were fiom the entrance, while other» were at site No. 7, and it is believed that a have been picked up by Boer ambu
much greater distaneea within the little development work will uncover
The American«, I attacked by strike^».
For some time
lance. Two men were killed, 46 wound
the mother ledge, and, if found, tha ed, and one man i« missing.
dally »-outing in the vicinity, report the strikers have followed Walsh and drift.
output is sure to be enormous.
that the enemy have retreated into the Mel.ntr every night when they left the
“Gatacra reports he intends occupy
na» beyond description, the wives,
Other claims on tributaries of Nome ing Burgersdorp today. Repairs to the
shops, and have thrvateuevi to kill
children ami neighbors of those who and Snake rivers have l>een prospected
railroads toward both Storm berg and
them. Tonight some one threw a club
were known to tw*ent<>mla*d living there to a limited extent. Enough has been
Leynsberg are tieing pushed.
I at Walsh, striking him in the back of
in full force, and their distress was done, however, to warrant the belief
ents now occupies Norval's Point, on
the head. He accused Schindler, and
«•rU'a >rar «n %nrlr«t <’Hy I*rice
most intense. While they were all that the work of next summer will re
the south bank ot the Orange river.
when the latter denied it a fight fol-
nf <-------------- !«»«• 111(1«.
I lowed. A crowd of striker» gathered seeking to help those who were rescued veal Eldorado« and Bonanzas by the The bridge was blown up March 6, and
City of Mexico. March 7. — l"rofe««»r
ami to get the mine n-opene*!. yet scot e.
the enemy is holding the north bank of
Marshall Saville, representing tin around an*l Walsh, believing his life these bereaved people were for the most
Fire destroyed the store of the North the river, but not, it is believed, in
American uium - uiii of natural history
part in the way of the rescuersand had American Transportation & Trading
any great strength.”
<>( New York, haa left for home, taking breast. A general tight followed the to l*e held luick from the entrance.
Company at Fort Yukon, January 9.
Many Have Smallpox.
many tiulque objects discovered by him
The mine is one of the largest in West All the valuable contents of provisions,
Jackson, Miss., March 10.—An offi
al the rulu» near the pn*ln«torlc City the number of 4(1 made an attack upon Virginia, and was very heavily tim dry goods, household goods, turs and
Walsh and Mclaiin. and four others bered in the different drifts. It was
cial report made to the Hinds
of Mitla, iu the stat.* of Oaxaca. Tim
who were with them. Although badly for this reason at once feared that those everything else in the building was de boar! of supervisors reveals an
irmcipal work of the profesaor was
ing state of affair« in the Jo
■ncovering of many ancient l»<umle*i up. they managed to hold who had uot t»en killed by falling de
their own, and l>eat off their aa«ailants bris at the time of the explosion would
neighborhood, in the aouthern
lounda overgrown with forests to
A Deparlment of Mines.
until the arrival of the police.
Walsh lie pinioned by the timbers ami suffer
the county. The community is
hlt-h a road had to I*« constructed.
death from suffocation.
Duke de Isnibat, himself interested wa« placed under arrest.
as the secretary of mines and mining, ly honeycombed with smallpox
Air was forced into the mine by en is provided in a bill favorably acted on most virulent foim. and during the past
1 archaeological research, de»cril*e«
SrltNle Takra II t'p.
ia work of I’rofc—**r >avllli* as m**st
Washington, March 10. — Formal dis gines on the surface, which kept work by the house committee on mines and six weeks uearly 100 death« have oc
portant. Half of the objects <lis- cussion of the Puerto Rican tariff and ing after the explosion, but it was mining. The bill creates an executive curred. On «ome days the death rate
veml go to the Mexican govvriimeiit civil government bill liegan in the sen found that air could be pumped into department, which shall have entire has lieen ao large that it was impoaai-
uler thr agrvviiK'iit made previously. ate today, and continued uninterrupted the drift for only h short time, as the charge of affairs relating to mines, in ble to secure coffins, and rude caskets
were made from rail«. Whole families
Nome of Die largest cotton mills at ly for 4 S hours. The principal speak coal, stone ami earth shut off all pos cluding geological surveys.
nebla ami <lri»-al*a will au»|a*ml <»| st - ers were Foraker, in charge of the sibility of pumping into the mine. The
The pro ( m wed secretary of mines is were wiped out of existence and of sev
iuna for a time, owing to the high measure, aud Pettus, but «t various pumps ami all other machinery in the to have the same rank and salary as eral large families only oneor two chil
ice of cottoil, ami w ill sell off acca- times during the deflate lively col mine were demolished, so that every other cabinet officers, and an assistant dren are left.
Many of the patients who are now in
ulated stock, which is considerable. loquies occurred, in which other sen thing had to be dotie through tenijsirary secretary.
lined sugar production for tlm re- ators were participants. After Mason arrangements on the surface.
Another mining measure favorably a critical condition are without medi
After the men got under headway In acted u|ien establishes mining experi cal attention, and are 'lying at the rate
iblic last year amounted to over 5(1, had entered his motion to discharge
>0 Dma aud the unrefined to more the committee on foreign relations from the work of rescue, they reached the ment stations in each of the mining of from three to five a day. The death
an dibble that amount. There will further consideration of a resolution first }<arty iu half au hour, but they states, similar to the agriculture ex rate exceeds 75 per ceent, and the en
increased production this expressing sympathy for the Boers and met greater difficulties after that time. periment stations, and provides for the tire lower portion of the county is de
it had gone over until tomorrow under It was then that telegrams were seut appointment of a government geologist moralized. The board of supervisors
the rules, Pettus delivered a carefully to Montgomery, Charleston and other at $3,501) and au assayer at $2,500, in will make an effort to check further
Tlii» <?lilRrv««l«it lonlnt*.
These offi spread.
prejMred speech in opposition to the places for physicians, nurses and cas the several mining states.
Victoria, B. ('., March 7.—Lcong pending bill.
Anti-Hrlt l*h Riot in Burdeau«.
Foraker occupied the kets. but during the greater part of the cers are to furnish assays, issue public
y Ting, one of the foremost Chinese thsir during the remainder of the ses day there was use only for the casket«. bulletins aud conduct explorations of
Bordeaux, March 10.—Late yester
formerà connected witli the move- sion, speaking in defense of the bill.
All work was stopped in the sur mining regions.
day evening students and others issuing
entotKangYu Wri for the over-
rounding .mine» of the district, an*l the
Mining many years ago left the realm from a pro-Bocr meeting marched to
row of the eniprea» of China ami the
Hn<l Fire In Philadelphia.
people within a radius of many miles of speculation aud now occupies a dig the British consulate, battered down
tabliahiiient of a m*vv Celeatial enc
Philadelphia, March II.—Fire entail assembled on the grounds of the Revi nified and important position among the doors, shattered the windows with
re, is here. Ile is a brother of lasnig ing nil estimated loss of over $700,000 Ash company.
the legitimate industries of the world. ■tones, and then proceeded to the con
ng Chew, now at Honolulu looking occurred early today in the retail dry
The general belief Is that the explo As the years pass gambling, as a fea sul’s private residence, where they in
the interests of the revolutionary g,H*.ls district. The conflagration origi sion wcurre*! from oontaot with dust ture of mining enterprises, is fast dit dulged In similar demonstrations. The
rty, who 1« exi»'cte,l to come north- nated in the engine room ot Shoneman when the miners entered this morning appearing. While gambling in mining jtolice dispersed the mob and arrested
Like ills brother, the Biother»' dry goods and millinery with their lights, ami that it was not stocks may continue indefinitely, the several leader».
The prefect of the
reformer has Is-en a fugitive store, at Eighth and Arch «treets. The dne to fire damp, as has been currently mining industries, per se. is as free from Gironde, the mayor of Bordeaux and
China since tho notorious coup principal losers are: Shoneman Bros., reported all day.
illegitimate practices as in anv other the commissary of police called on tha
tat of the empress dowager, when dry giHvds store, four-story building, to
business. Heticj it should receive the consul today and expressed regret at
Business men of Juarez, Mexico, same interest, fostering care and pro the occurrence.
ng Yui fil'd to Japan. He says that tal loss, $8l>0,<»00; Marks Bros., dry
hough a |a»sse of 2ti has Ix'en sent by goods store, a live-story building, com held a mass meeting at El Paso, Texas, tection, at the hands of the general and
Recruited to Full Strength.
empress to kill Kang Yu Wei, lie pletely gutted, estimated loss, $300,- to petition President Diaa to alsilish local government«, ai do other Indus
Ottawa, March 10.—Minister Borden
, i no fears, for he says he is well O00; Myerhoff Bro»., manufacturers of the free zone of Mexico, in which trie«.
received tonight from the war office a
st lit til
Siam women » and children’« clothing, and J nares is situated, and which is 60
tha invitation of tha king of that the Philadelphia Electric Equipment miles in width, south of the Rio
A commercial club has been organiz cable accepting 100 men to recruit the
The Company, estimated loss, $200,000. Grande. The merchants contend that ed at Vale, Malheur county, Or., to pro First Canadian contingent to ita full
,Jxi.h («O Ortll’OOlt bou ("»“■•'hfuL
erai smaller buildings adjoining the free zone is detrimental to them, mote the business interests of the com strength. They will leave with the
as well as to manufacturing interests. munity.
more or less seriously damaged.
Chic»«» Church liestray »«I.
«"■. »*' « *—
H v ÏÏÙT
l"<n of telegraph wire In
“'i-r tlm river KIstiia
“ ls over (1,0(H) (,„)t
Fighting In the Southern Ex
trvmity of Luzon.
TKKNK TU KH FROM THK WIKI
Caeli KI hh I«’« »•
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cago, March 10.—The Second
byterian church, at Twentieth’
and Michigan avenue, was de-
red by fire tonight. The building
the home of one of the most aristo-
io congregations in the city. A re
ion was beiug given in th« church
ors by the Young People's Christian
vor Hociety of the church, and
a«-e nblage was tn the midst of tho
Rulchte of a Protestor«
New York, March 10.—The National
Me., March 8.—Profetaor
Baseball League for the seaaon of HMM)
ilarvev, of the University of Maine,
will have an eight-club eircuit. Thia
shot and killed himself today at his
announcement wm made at the Fifth
home in Orono. He had been suffering
Avenue hotel at 11:80 o’clock tonight,
from mental troubles, resulting from
when the league meeting adjourned.
tletield, but often wills are left in other | A verbal Mrueiat wee reaeM «•»
Mrs. I.awton Raimlveg the Money.
ways. It Is related that an
Washington, March 8.—General Cor uoldier, found dead on the M
bin today turned over to Mr«. Lawton,
I Uw»oe «b
Wheti a soldier enlist« in the English
army he has given him a little volume,
contaiuiug ainoug other things three
blank forms for a will. These are us
ually found properly made out on the
laxly of the soldiers killed on the l>at-