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K LA M ATI!
I A I r It NEWS.
KLAM A 111
4r„,y la Pushing th«
Into Ilia Mountains.
Through th* W hlrlpool of tho Chicago
Ixmjlon, July 27.—'lhH war ollie»
Chicago, July 28.—Drawn into the
las received the following diap.il. h
maelstrom of the great windage hasin
'rom Ixird Robert»:
of the drainage canal at IsM-kport. car To Be Located on Grande
News of th
I “Vuiidermerwe station, July 25.—
ried *20 feet beneath the surface of the
Ronde Beet Lands.
We made a general advance yeaterdav
whirlpool; rising again, only to lai
rom the ¡xiaition we hav» beeu holding
caught bv the current that was pouring
terse i h i > s erg
-ast of Pretoria »luce June 12.
Ian 600 STRIKERS WARNED BACK hundreds of thousands of cubic feet
7,-.00 ACRES HAVE BEEN BOUGHT
Hamilton, from the north, reache«!
of water into the valley below, and
rum m Th'ii Tsiti.
eating the tssHes of
A nuf lier
llrmikhont Spruit, July 22.
This so Th. Minority of Ih- Fl.h.rmen < AllUü’ opening and carried 200 feet through Kal I run <1 Branch to Co»« n Part
omplutely surrounded the enemy ’■» line
the foaming rapids of the open chan
lie I i» IK. Kafir. Hsliuon lu-
Khaiiie Will Rai««* hart» fol •I»*
' mull tn New < irlcans kill«"l tiir*M«
■ I letreat that they abandoned the
nel, to be finally rescued alive and in a
«lu.lry of th. Illt.r.
La Grand« Factor/»
iii'gi's*« an,| wuiindi**| Mtiural othi'rs.
trong |a>siti<m they had lieeii occupy-
fair way to recovery was the experience
Ilii' pilim pri'ii iitiid a lyuchlug.
mg iu front of Pole-Carew. Htepheon-
of I’eter Simth, of Joliet. Michael
Ixiudtni, July 25. — The Chinese min "Hi's brigade advancisi yesterday un-
Vancouver, B. (!., July 2«.—The Ryan, who is superintending the work
An explosion »ml nr» in a collar
La Grande, July 28.—The largest
*''t"iv st i hlCNgo, < iiumx I the death of ister, Nirt'hi Cheli Leo l ing Ixili, bis iplioK-d to Elan!'» River station. Out crisis has come in the strike which ha* at the controlling works, and his as land deal ever made in the Grand
four wuiiuii, «ml the others weru in commiiti|c.iU-d to tlm pn*-s tlm follow right was protected by the I irat aud paralyzed the »almon canning industry sistant, John Herman, escaped the Ronde valley was
ing <1 is pi* t < 9i from bheng, director ol ! mirth brigade« of cavalry, iindai on the Fraser river.
Throe thousand same jierilous journey by a narrow mar day, when A. B. Conley, the Grand
llm < Tilmisu rail wavs and telegraph , I ronch and If utton's mounted infantry. JapaneMi fishermen, occupying 1,500 gin.
Ronde wheat king, sold to a land com
• iilioublsn i* I h -I s uro fighting hard
The whirlpool in the windage basin pany within the Oregon Sugar Com
for tlx- p'.-UHSimi ,,f I'uliama. Heavy and Tao lai. ol Sliaiigliai, dalod Shang I he former cro-sui east of Wilge river, Ixiats, started out from the tilling vil
hai, July 23
lob-graph ami railway commuuiu«tiui. lage of Steveston U»iuy under the pro has been causa by the raising of the pany 7,500 acres of whem land for
aitilli'r* Hi, |n la'liig directed ugainst
"Inforinalliin fruii Pekin, dated July weie rcatored last night.
tection of tbe Sixth regiment.
The ) ear-trap darn and the opening of the f31.50 per acre, the total amounting
I m , says that the Taung l.i Ysmuu de-
“In the supply train «-aptured al militiamen were formed in line around sluice gates, through which it was to »230,000. The sale has been pend
! i*tit» makers of New York t'ity pumi Won .Lu, an under secretan ol
Rmideval were 200 Welsh Fusiliers, the wharves, and with loaded ntles originally intended that the greater ing for more than a year, and was final
have ■truck lor shorter hours and an the d«i| srtuo-llt. to urn Ilo- loieign min
| warned bm k the strikers, who had portion of the 360,000 cubic feet of ly completed at a late hour last night,
most of whom had beeu prisowrs.
Illi cun <• In wages. Five thousand are isters, and Im found every otm well,
Dewet’s force is «xiutinuiug to movi [ hitherto prevente*! any fisherman this water should flow every minute. The with the exception of minor details.
without unv mlseing, the German ex- northeasterly
Mr. Conley reserves all the crops and
It was at R«M)de|xxirt ! season from plying his calling on the hear trap had been raised above the
\ l'.i»«rn.i-r train on th» Chicago A O»pte«l. «lelieral Yung Lu Is :.-ulug to luly 22, with Broadwisid not far lie Eraser. For Steveston is under martial surface of the basin in order that the gets «1,000 for as many acres ol sum
lias again cut lair* I nali'tn llliuiiis railway was wrecked memorialize the throne to send them hind, and Little’» cavalry brigade fol law, and the 600 member» of the Fish big force of men working on the false mer fallow.
ermen’» union who had sucessfully in- work 'if the proposed suspension bridge
The land, it is understood, will be
near I ■ nti ii, 111 , Killing on« man and all under escort to Tien T»| ii , tn tlm lowing Broadwiod.
timiadated six times as many Japanese could proceed with the o|>eratious with divided into small tracts, ami occupied
Ixqm that the military Ojs-ratious will
"Baden-Powell reports as follow»:
then I« »topped."
by a colony of Mormons from Utah,
out endangering their lives.
" ’.Msgsto Farm, July 24.—Colonels
■1 t.t r !<•*.
Ilia lloera ha*e <-vacuate«l all their
Tlm bliaiighal correspondent of tlm Arey ami J.uahiugton, 'with 450 men, taking to continue the tight wheu their > Smith, Ryan and Herman were in a whose attention will be devoted chiefly
protest* p -ili"ii» an I are retreatlug northward
Dally Mall, telegraphing July 23, mi ;>
irove 1,000 Boers from a very strong enemies had secured military authority Ixiat ero.-sing over the basin, and had to beet culture tor the la» Grande fac
Many burghers are
Lieuteuaut-Colouel Wor- their back to the whirlpool. Suddenly | tory. Their coming will add several
"A letter from a Chinese official in ■osition and scattered them with «•on- as an ally.
aliXious In see |s'«c*i corns.
JtMirph I. Mullrii. wb<> WA»
bhang luug has Imen received bv an dderable loss.
Our casualtiea a ere suop, who is iu command of tho regi the boat was sucked in to the mael- I hundred people to the population of the
York l<«r thr noirlrr <«f hl*
ment, sent to Steveston early thia m«>rn- strom. Herman and Ryan sprang into valley.
At Irtnkoe, Cal., » faro bank in th«- ai tile functionary here, «outaining tlm ill killed aud 19 wounded.’ **
wile, \%»« < lc< to nt« «1 lii U m > |»riaoti «1 reur ot a »alls'll wss robla-d by two following passage:
Not the least important phase of the
Thu following dispatch from Lord lng and made his p sition more em the water and swam to the shore, but
phatic by his declaration to the strike Smith was thrown by the force of the transaction will be the bnilding of a
" 'At the Is-gliining of the mouth Roberts lias also been received:
■ ua-kid ii i ii , who ,<n, ri'd tl*e players
leaders that he and his men were there whirling boat into the whirlpool, dis- railroad from a point on the Elgin
th«* foreign niisaionaries mail«- m - vc al
A terriHo wln<l. rain and hall atorm with rvioher» «ml secured $«50
’’Bronkborat Spruit, July 24. — We
for business, not play, and thHt at the appearing from sight instantly.
branch to Cove. The land lies in a con
•ut | ( <>A«r th» t«»wtl ot lr«*iil«>n, Ohio,
I he udiidials. It is said have derided attempts to » nd messages out cf p< kin. 'narcbi d here today. This is the place
evidence of an attack ujxm any
Down through 20 feet ot water he I tinuous tract along the sand ridge on
where the Ninety-fourth win attacked
<h'iin>hkhiiii/ a larv«' |>laiiiiM
that an al*,*n *» **u I’ekin <*auwt l>e
fisherman, be he Japanese or Indian, shot, With tremendous force he was the west side of the Grand Ronde river,
r»Mifhitf nrvoral h«>u»«w* and uprooting made with li«« than 60,000 men. the city, the bearers were all caught December 20, 1880. The graves of the
the troops would shis't to kill. Under caught by the current and burled the nearest being three miles from
Alniit half that uiimlier liuve la-ell an«l executed. Outlie 4th inst. only >lli«'ei« ami men are in fair preset va-
400 foreigners were left alive ill I'ekin, tion. and will now be kept in good the Canadian regulations, blank am through the gates. Luckily his knee Cove.
st iint«>r fMtlgraw ha« a lutter from
ami one night, when the big guns were •>rdi r. Th» march was unopisised, but munition in never supplied to riflemen was the only portion of his body to
Mr. Conley has ownwl some of the
hciuitor <'lark, of Montana, «ay« his Incessantly tired, it was known that all
a Hlipli»» IP’iirraL |»ur|«»rtiii4 I«» tfixr
upon such occasions as this.
Every come in contact with anv of the ma- land for 26 years and is the wealthiest
llw term* «»I an iai««n« iw with l>uw«*y creileuilal« ha*« I <-«>n |»r«iliouil*'e*l good tlie Icgatb'D« ami foreigners wer» fin
member of the four companies at Stav- sonry, otherwise he certainly would farmer in the county. He is yet by no
I infantry, making a wide detour ou
Mt th«’ outbreak «J th«’ S|«inl«li ««r. in 1 III* I • -t ii»llluti<inal lawyer of tile ished, although i retcmled tolegiatui mr right, met bodies of the enemy. eston today had 24 rounds of ball am have lieen crushed to death. Below means out of the wheat business, for
uuiitry and l**i ex|a*cl« Pt be seat*«! riintrsdict«*<l th<--e fai ls.* ’’
which tii«’ admiral |>r«»miitad I'htlippin««
munition, as deadly as any soldier iu the gute he was caught in the rapids be still retains 2,000 acres of fine land.
These were driven back, leaving several
II* the srliatu.
'Hie St. Petersburg cx>rres|ir«iiilent <d e id and wounded. A good many were South Africa is supplied with.
and i arned 201) feet through the swirl
ADVANCE ON PEKIN.
It i» due to tlieaction of the Japanese ing. turbulent waters, tossed about like
Ll Hung Chang «-»nros the French the Dally Mall asserts that there ar« also captured. < )ur casualties were one
Four «»f tii«« ndlrrrw nmt «»m|»|<»yr< of
that the precipitation of the climax iu a rubber ball.
Broad wood reports that he
the la«'«'im« Hallway
How or < <»m- (-I'Xsul st »haiigl*al that Alllllster I’i- difference* of opinion in the K iis -I mii killed.
Forward Movement Will llegln In Twe
the existing difficulty must tie ascribed.
Finally his feet struck the rocks in
|wnv w«’r«’ «or* -ted «')tiiig«* l with man* i hou is alive, at>.| hi- will transmit a «mum il of war. 1 he minister of war. aptured five of lb-wet’s wagons today,
For a time the Japanese wete fright tii« -hallow, and he managed to hold
lie was waiting at Vredefort uulil Lit-
■laugtiirr tor th«* Fourth «»f July Mtir<«t
28.—All the powers
ened into acquiesence with the striker» on until rescuer» reached him.
100,000 men to clear the relsds out of .1» joined him. ’*
railway dl«a*it4«r( in uiilcir 4.1 |*uMm« within five dais
appear to have received an identical
but their supplies became exhaust«
w«r«’ killv«l ituil <>k«*r no U»Jur«’d.
I'artli iilars of the lighting nt and
Chinese appeal for mediation, but, in
aud hunger was a freqeunt visitor ».
cohling to this <Mirrr»|sindent, l.iii|s-n r
ACTED UNDER ORDERS.
captur*' ol Ix'ii Tain are at hand, and
the absence of definite news regarding
their boats and in their cabins. They
Th«* Inirrh'aii ¡■»ll«,v of |>r«»rwr<!lng
Nicholas wishes tbe operations limite I
show that the Ninth liifnntry »utTnie-l
held a monster mass meeting aud de Why Hear» A <1 in irai KempflT I>l<t Mot Fir« the fate of the ministers and of any re
m * if tin« |»<M»d fuith <»f tho < ’htln*«»«*
to the defense and pacllicatlon of tlm Imperial Troppa
tiun« in l’rkln.
liable indications of the real origin of
cided to go out this morning, despite
«rnuirnt wen* n« t doubted. wlni«» in no terribly. Ilx-i*- is witne inclination oil frontier district».
On the Taku Fort«-
la t two strong
the pall of «xirreapiUdeUt» to censure
the appeal, it seems that Lord Salis
Tien Tain. July 27.—Chinese coming the threats of the white fishermen, w ho
wim » rrl iiing vlTort t«« natch our mln-
armiaa. one ol tlm allies in the south
Washington, July 27.—The navy bury, the premier, considered it was
btrr, 1« brdmvad to hob I tw«i «'ham'«’« L im - uiii .
ami the other of Russian* in the north, in from the country reisirt that the had laieu holding out for 25 cents a department today made palbicthe mail
not even necessary to publish the fact
The navy depart ment I« preparing eoufront tbe Chinese, and the lising
id auc I"« t<* tim otm clntUvauf Ihwuihar
r.-pirts of Rear-Admiral Kempff, ex
fur rvelltilaltli ' by tilting out trails — mi the czar is said to argue—would wherever the latter are semi, giving at more than 20 cents. This decision of plaining his reasons for refusing to that the ap|>eal bad been received or to
foH'iKii gm ««HI tn ail la.
do anything beyond formally acknowl-
|sxla l«i carrv c -oal amt store»
be bound to collapse. "We want n<> t reason that the Boxers deceived them the Japanese, the threat against them join with the ships of the other powers
fli«’ St. I’aul Cold Storeaga »V Ware- lt*«»t III I 'lllllCMI waters. Army
I edging it. with perhaps an intimation
roiiqiiest», ” lie Is re,sitte<l to hate «le
in the attack ou the Taku forte, and that nothing could be done until news
boil ar Company'« larga waremmaa «t air burr« Ing I from
dami at th«' ixmclusioti ol tlm sitting An intelligent Chinaman said he re strikers plauneil to burn down all the giving an account of the attack, which
HI. I’aul. .Minn., wu d«**truya<| by fire throughout the < country to tlie
47 canneries on the Fraser river, in includes many details not heretofore from I'ekin had arrived.
of the «Miuncll. "What we desire is t-*
The total I< im 1« r«tiiuat«*d «t about
If it could be ascertained beyond
protect our frontiers and to steer into -elision. It was only a matter of a duced the municipal authorities of i published. Admiral Kempff also in-
IL’ j O jmm ), with an liisurnum uf $*»0.«
doubt that the reports of a massacre
smooth waters the Chirese ship uf
I closes the report of Commander Wise, at Pekin were unfounded, and there is
I’eai e reigns III Venezuela.
UOU, Tin» w.irehutiaa waa third with
state, uow l>uffct«-d by tb«> waves o1 «tate would exist in Pekin, when, in to ap|ieal for military protection.
I of the Mouocacy, giving a graphic ac- disposition here, to (relieve that the
hutt«*r, ft mt, tobart'o, «gwiii”ky
Colombian reviiltuionials have cap
¡ • count of the action.
Rear-Admiral j ministers may, after all, be held as
aad otiirr coniiucxhtli*«.
There is mithing further this morn m-chief of the Chinese forces, and against the sold iris, but are afraid of Kempff's explanation for refusing tc
Colonel AVorsuop participate in the attack of the fortifi I hostages. Lord Salisbury’s policy would
I st ' miior . or.. ha«l a flO.OOO fire.
Honolulu I hiiie»«' will ask piwern to ing that throws any light upou tlm mys Prime Ching would lie able to regain the loaded rilles,
will dare to at- cations of a power with which we were ( probably incline more toward the con
terious situation. Two urgent dis
h*rd IbdicrlN has atlarkud Middle- restore Emperor Kwang Sui. ,
their return at peace is warmly «xitninended by Sec ciliation attributed to Washington
Ten thiiu-.«ml Chinn»» oppiae the patches were addn-SM«! yestcrilav by were safe. This appears to present the
from their fishing trip late tonight. retary Long. The reports ixe as fol than to the revenge attributed to Ber
I i«’ii I- hi and m’ighlxirh<MMl are rh«ar Russian advaiic«' 1*1 Now Chwang.
lin. But while there is no cessation
ernment and the administration of tel general native opiuion here, as far a» and the eauners think that tbe back lows:
of the deluge of rumors, it is beginning
■'Aunt Mary" Walling, a piou«,«r,
egraph», strongly re«<otnmen ling the
“United States Flagship Newark.
In the meantime, reliable news as to
The Fishermen's Union, ata meeting Taku, China, June 17, 1900.—Sir: I to be believed at Shanghai, Canton and
Oriental war la afTrrtlng tho world's di«-<l at Amity, Or., agwl H'2 years.
leatoratioli ol telegraphic «'ommunica- 1
today, 600 memliers being present, would state what follows in regard to other joints that the viceroys are as
There was a »tampede from Juneau tion, mi as to cnalde the powers t*>
completely in the dark as to affairs in
eigners are alive is entirely lacking, or again voted t«> decline the 20-ceut rate
the happenings previous to the resolve i Pekin as the Europeans themselves.
hortv |N*rH<iiit w « tu injured at a «tree!
iyter». Until such pnsda are secured,
yesterday by other senior foreign naval
rar a< « idriit at Silt*«, Ohio.
Meanwhile the doings of Li lluug
sources, and eveu thia is most meager ers. who left Steveston last night, re
| officers here to -get possession of the Chang are regarded with ever increas
Militiamen have Iswti called out to no one here la inclined to alter the and contradictory. It is now thought
Ih«« Nor York Hepiibllran state eon«
ipiell the striking fisliermi'U on Fraser
ing suspicion, while the situation in
vtntion will lx« hald S«*pt<«iiilM*r 4.
that the forward movement oftheallier to abandon the Fraser river as a place of
juggling to gain time.
“2—On Tharaday, June 14, Rear- the southern provinces daily grows
river, Ii. ('.
Ministar Wu has anni that the
Rumor circulates briskly around the
i Admiral Bruce called and asked what worse.
A family ■>( aix went bathing in a petMiiialitv of Li Hung Chang. He i- was at first intended, possibly by the come to their terms, but many strikers
I'rkin aiithoritloa are protecting the
1 thought of the matter, and I inform
With the report that the allies will
• redi ted with a mission to offer to ceilc
ed him that I was not authorized to begin to advance on Pekin in a fort
will lie decided la-fore the arrival of ly as they realize the canuers can get initiate anv act of war with a country
( n»p pro*| mm ta in thn Pacific North-
night, and in view of Admiral Sey
The brigadier-generals who will iudcmllity for till- I'ekin outrages and Genera) sir Alfred Gaselee, command all the tish they want so long as tbe with which mv country was at peace:
w«at indicate a ytald ut 4<),< hmi , ikh )
mour’s visit of inspection to the Yang-
serve under Chaffee are Grant. Barry also to offer to restore ordir mid ci"'
that my limit was to protect American tee river, the feeling is that no great
boahrla uf wheat.
facilities for trade with the outside ¡ who arrived from Pekin yesterday re- Many of the stiikers are individually interests, Both by regulations and under
aud W i I mui .
time will elapse before matters assume
H ih ( unary liner CHmpnnla rut in
in favor of accepting the 20 cents per
D. Alexander, n prominent businean world, on condition of the surreu«Ier <il | 10, an<l that there has Is-en considera fish which the Japanese are earuing to recent instructions from both the de a more definite shape. The viceroy of
twain « bark, which «auk at ««mt, car
partment and from the commander-in- Nankin still professes to be able, with
man of New Wati'oiu, Wash., met Kiao Chon, Wei Hai Wei an 1
rying dow ii 11 iimn.
churla by the powers and the M ith- ble lighting la-tween Boxers and sol day, and the Indians, who have hither chief of the United States naval force the aid of the other viceroys, to keep
death by asphyxiation.
<'ol«»mbian tr x.p. will tight th«* revre
Irawnl of all missionaries.
on the Asiatic station.
order, but he declares that if Europe
Four out of a party of five prosjswt-
to follow tlie example of the Japanese.
hitiunirta <>iit*«idr uf Panama, ao ar nut
*'8—On the 15th, at a consultation sends warships this will assuredly lead
>'« Arana fur the Orient.
ore lost their Ilves a* a result of a terri
bi end«*ngrr th«» city.
ChlllM«’ I.Mtmtlries < Ittwr.
of the other foreign naval officers, it to an anti-foreign outbreak. If it Re
I’ort Townsend, Wash., July 27.—
The Burllngt«>n’« l'laim.
ble trip t*i the ''.»ad water» of the Stew
I'opuliMt« reftiMwl t«» g*o intu tlm Idaho
Chicago, July 25. — The Chinese Collector of Customs lluestis received
Denver, July 26.—A special to the was agreed that the railroad station at true that the Japanese have started a
art river, iu the Kiouiiiko.
ft>"i<«ii. Mill n«>mniHt«M| a full tirkate
(Sipulatlon ol Chicago is | h Hurlad over instruction« today from Secretary Gage Republican from Sterling, Colo., says: Tong Ku should be taken (the railway campaign from shaug Ilai Kwan, that
The Kumassi relief column has re the rejairts from the various parts of to use every precaution to prevent ship From action taken in this city today it is under Chinese government control), also will precipitate matters, but the
Dtmrcrata and Mirer Kapuhhcana
turned t<> I umsu, bringing the defend- the city that liecause of Caucasian an ment of arms and ammunition to appears that the Chicago, Barlingtan and in case any Chinese government report to this effect lac
or» of tlie town. Tbe be»iege*l were on ti)Mthy aroused by trouble in the Celes Asiatic jsirts from Puget sound, which A Quincy Railroad Company contem force acted against the force of any for
Li Hung ( iiaiig got a rool reception
Will KealMo 1'1
the point of giving up wheu rescued.
tial empire a Isivcott has been institut may be used in China to harm Ameri plates entering the railroad field in eign nation, all should be involved and
®t I long Kung. ItuMsia Ims callad on
San Francisco. J U10
Turkey is considering the subject of ed against Chinese laundries and truck can residents there, ami he is further Alaska. Tebruarv last articles of in
burdar pruvluces of Mibsria fur th«
■tractions from the
sending a force to China to co-openit» (arms. Wu Sung laai, a banker in instructed to detain all vessels alrout t< corporation were tiled with the county I could not join in taking possession of
General Shafter has appointed
w ith tlm jsiwer». Ih«* Sultan is great- Chinatomi and prolialdy the richest clear for the Orient or islands of 1
clerk of this county for a railroad from Chinese government property, and did of officers which is ordered to meei on
Ihe Light infantry is returning frmn Iv affected by tho bartiaroiia acts of the Mongolian in the city, says four laun Pacitlo with arms until the departni«
this city to Akron. Colo., to be known
Alcatraz island today to examine all
»i a to gu to t liinrt, llmivy artillery < 'liineae.
dries have been foiced to suspend busi can ingvestigate.
Collector lloesti as the Akron, Sterling & Northern. agreement without special authority.
“4—Yesterday, Juno 16, the same j general prisoners iu confinement at
, ,M’’ H
to laare l oit Itaillv
The i iavnor-Groonu hearing devel*'|Mid
that station ami submit recommenda
«•»r th«« (Orient,
vessels eugagisl in Oriental trade of thi» officials of the Burlington.
Today an foreign naval officers signed a compact tions looking to the release of such
the fact that Captain Oberlin M. Carter laundries generally rejsirt a falling off
smendment to these articles was tiled,
Hawaiian plantation owncra are made heavy purchases of bonds while
larssession of the Taku forte and notice prisoners as deserve clemency. The
Jr»ving to indiivo h.ooo Puorto Hirana in charge of government work iu Sa er Wu said today: "Th«' white p«>ople spectors to watch the loading of vessel) permitting the building of a line from
served on the viceroy at Tien Tain Imard is instructed to make careful in
think we aro in sympathy with tlx* for tho < Irient.
the head of Valdes bay, in Alaska, to
toiimswu» tim l’acilir ishinda on a vannah haibor.
and on the commandant of the forts. quiry into the merits of each ease, so
Crista Sufeiy Past.
Uirer years’ contra« t.
Consuls at Tien Tein were informed of far as can lie done with tbe light of the
Two fatalities at Tacoma.
Nothing could I mi further
Vancouver, B. C., July 27.—The Dutch valley to Thompson pass.
Hocuni(»j|tH relating to a plot against pns»or on transport Rosecraus fell from tho truth. Every Chinese in tho
what was contemplated. I did not joiu records on tile. Wheu possible the
crisis in the cannery difficulty has been
the attack on the .forts.
Captain statements will be taken of any wit-
man authorities in Manila
city regrets the trouble, ami hopes that
««re bueii found in n rolad locruiting student at Vashon «'»liege instantly the foreigners have not been murdered. reached and safely passed. It is true
Vera Cruz, July 25.—The first pa Wise, of the Monocacy, had orders to nesses. be they prisoners or others, cog-
that the military forces and provincial
nizant of the facte. The report of the
<*«<•• in Nan .MI kuc I.
kill«"! while felling a true.
Some of its have even authorized tlm policemen at Steveston are still on tient treated with the yellow fever protect American interests, based upon
the department orders, but in case of board is to be rendered as soon as l'oe
Famine threaten» tlm city of Tien
The Ygqui Indiana, of M
duty at tho canneries, but there has menter, Dr. Belingzahi, is fully con- attack by a Chinese government force, sible aud in the recommendations il pe-
l" ri'"l to bave bi'un broken up, ami Tain. Hundreds of thousands of Chi offerto tho Chines«« government OUT been no mob violence of any kind. It valsoent. Other patients treated are he was to consider it as a declaration dal consideration is to be given to the
set vices and our property, to tho end Is probiibfe that the militia regiment
g'i'criiiiu'iit wili offer th«m induce- namen are leaving their homes in the
progressing favorably. There is intense of war and act accordingly.
Very conduct of prisoners since confinement,
districts where fighting is going on, that the foreigners, es|s>eiallv the will remain at Steveston for a week.
'"’hts lo return t*i their (arma.
and to cases of young men convicted of
interest in the experiments. Patients respectfully,
without means of siip|s»rt.
No attack by tho members of the Fish very low with violent vomiting have
Rear-Admiral, U. S. N. purely military offenses. There are
I razer river tlsberineii's atrike
ermen's union on the Japanese fisher- been treated, and the effect is marvel-
Harry Arinott, locator ami part
"To the Secretary of the Navy, «lout 500 military prisoners on the
? "”W . .....
beyoml settlemont, a
Yellow Fever nt t'lnnr del Klo
men is apprehended bo long as the
Washington, D. C.” '
I island, many of them, it is said, hav
r """ '•"Hision . ............. ................ . .
Havana. July 25.—Yellow fever has troops remain. The preseuoo of the
ing beeu convicted of trivial offenses.
mines in the Big Bug district, Arizona,
" nknrs haviug takim place.
A Ku ii a way Freight.
Ims cominitti d silicide at 1’iescott by broken out in the barracks of the Sev militia, in addition to the provincial
A Han Domingo Plot.
Colombian Rebels Surrender.
Salt Lake, Utah. July 26.—A freight
B ih i ' i "11 * “"b’ibine, hiisband of Anna taking strychnine. Di's|iondeuiy dim enth United States cavalry mi l the police, is believed to have a quieting
San Domingo, July 28.—A plot to
Washington. July 28.—The state de assassinate the governor of Santiago,
First United States infantry iu I’iuar effect. The present situation at Stev- train on the Utah Central branch ol
to ill health was the cause.
Ori u ’ l *
“ , l ""1
whl'h"«k> * " *1"'"r •'•tris, in
the Rio Grande Western today got be partment has received a dispatch from Ramon Caceres, has lieen discovered,
del Rio. There have been nine deaths estou is one of quiet and order.
l’rosdcnt McKinley has replied to
yond the control of the engineer, and, Consul-General Gudger, at Panama, and 25 of the conspirators have been
' 1 rhiwski wns slightly womided.
during the last month, and 11 eases
Fli-«« at Yuma.
China, signifying Ins willingness to
striking a sharp curve toppled over. announcing the collapse of the revolu imprisoned. Several military officers
, are now under treatment in the hospit
',l" "xeeutiv" eonncil of tlm Amori- I......
between the imperial govern
als. Today General Lee moved the night swept Main street from First to Engineer J. 1’. Ferguson was instantly tionary movement there. He states are involved.
The accused will be
ts'ni i" ’’y***"11
i<al»>r issueil mi ap- ment and the power», on «•ondition
| camp three miles into the country, ami Jonns, dost roving everything in ite killed, and Fireman Wiseman lunl Iv that the liberals unexpectedly surren tried by court martial. President Jim-
nniui," "* 1WH|,"'*'"r*t«*rH
'Tgi'nize that Iiliurchy in the empire no sup
the quarantine will be strictly ell- tiafli. Tho total loss is estimated at scalded. The accident occurred near dered and that quiet now prevails at inis is visiting the interior. The coun
Urne» nlruady in ex- pressed and forcigneis lie given com
25,060; insurance, «4,800.
try generally is quiet.
Hoyt, the Playwright, Has Done Crary.
King «if Hervln Kitvitgrd.
A New Feme».
Kalispell, Mont., July 27.—One oí
»1« Thousand Roasted Chlekens.
hxs^'in * "ihMl
wirt of claiiiis
New York, July 28.—Charles H.
Belgrade, July 24. — King Alexiimler,*
Henevil, N. Y., July 26. — Dr. Wil-
Dr. Figg, of southwest Missonii, has
tlm worst forest tires ever known in
Chicago, July 28.—Fire which broke
Jun Rutti.id a case 102 years old.
liam Brooks, director of the Smith ob- Hoyt, the playwright and theatrical
siicn «ile<l in having his name changed
Northwestern Montana is uow raging
out at noon today in the building at
grami lodgi- Ims to Peak with the assistance of tho c ir to Mme. Drags Maschin, u widow, who in the Swan lake I'ouutry, on the west- sirvatory, discovered a now comet this manager, has been adjudged insane at 225-227 South Water street, occupied
was formerly a ladv-ni-waitiug to
morning iu the eastern heavens.
more thun 102,000 cult court.
i tn part of the Lewis and Clark forest
I by the commission firm of li. L.
Queen Nathalie, the king's mother.
positiou at discovery, July 24, 13 there, llis condition his critical.
reserve. Gus Mosier, superintendent
■ Brown & Co., caused damages esti
Buffalo county, Neb., Isiasts the
Ih cn ditefl with
. Totik M«»r|«hlitr and l>ta<L
Ireland's Lutheran church has about mated between «56,000 and «75,000,
of the reserve, reports that. Indiaus de
largest alfalfa field in tho world, It
SeiiHlo, July 24.—Joo Greenwald, it liberately set tire to the timber, and
79,000 baptised members, which is and created a panic among a score of
*'i'l edili 1"n
“""».' •»"usly owning is from one half to two miles wide and
2 degrees, 30 minutes, with northerly uearly the total population.
" wll“'ig a nowspnpur.
sporting man, well-known all over the uro slaughtering tho game.
| girls, caused tbe death of 6,000 chick
eight miles long.
motion. The oomet is in the constel
Paciflo coast, died hero today from iiroceed
ens, and for a time threatened the
Mother» has i
lation of Aries, has n bright stellar
Dr. G. R. Wieland, of Yale, found morphine, taken with suicidal intent.
Within the space of 80 miles up aud
I whole block. Three girls were report-
that so<la water is one of the necessar I ed missing, but it*is believed they
to I h , I, . I , "r » "Hibinili I'lmvcntioii
His people are well-to-do Californians, down tlm river, he says, there are over
22d comet discovered by Dr. Brooks.
«id 4, " ' u Ul»ic»»g«» August I, 2. a millions of years ago. which proves living near Eureka.
ies of life auii liiav be sold ou Sunday. oauapetl.
30 tire» Uow buruiug tiercelv.
that tlm region was once an ocean.