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EVENTS HI' THE IIAÏ
COL’N TV, OREfiON, SEI’TEMBEH 20, 190(*.
po»»«l *,r al Ual***»lui*.
< <>lura<l<> Democrats nominated J. II.
Tlir 1)11)1 v TA Pl DI fl
< liirir«» Mlajiug Native C onvert« In th«
Nurlhwrn Fro v lit«-««.
TWO PIIOTI IMITIONS
Houston. Texas, Sept. li. — Itaw-d on
Loudon, Sept. 15.—All the corre-
reports tielteviel to be accurate Hie
■ fx>nd«ntn in < bina are sending terrible
stones of wholesale massacre of mis Issued by Americans and Reb
reach 5,000; the property )<>«a, $15,-
to Begin Negotiations.
»• to »urri'u ler.
sionaries and native Christiane. it is
els in the Philippines.
Outside of Galveston the
asserted that during July between 15,-
it tir**» d«*Ntroye«l II'i tlmluir in
num tier of dead lire 100.
(XX) and 20,(XX) converts were massa-
* ri»-rv« this »eason.
Damage t*> >»ilroa<ls outaide of Gal
THE DEAR NI MBER FULLY 1,000
cred in the northern provinces, faxrgw
veston. $200 000.
in lull fruin a fruit tree Hi Fal
numbers of missionaries are still unac FIRST IS OF SPECIFIC CHARACTER
Damage to telegraph and telephone
r , with fatal resulta.
counted for, and »mall hope is enter
wires outside of Galveston. $30,000.
tained for their escape. Native re
> vamlals were tri*-1 by court-
Damage to cotton crop, estimated on Siale Department May Ite Walting ta ports are subjected to the most careful Warm the Native« A<»»lri»t Contlnulngr
all*! »11**1 al GalvenUin.
Haar Vrilla Mini-ter Conger Ha-
Opposition—The Other lirgaa
average crop of counties »fleeted, 50,-
scrutiny, with the result that although
fura laHIng Final Aelluu.
()00 bales, at $60 pyr bale. $3 000,00 i.
Them to Kifo't.
V*rlt Deuio'-ruts nominated
there may I* some exaggeration, it is
s t ** t > *• h tl e I * I |or governor.
'I lie IqsseN of livestock cannot be
impossible to doubt that in the main
Houston, Texas, Kept. 12.—The first
Washington, Sept. 13.—The state they are correct.
A mu n'ir of vessels were lost or report of the uppalling disaster wliii-h estimated, but thouasnds of head of
Washington, Sept. 15.—The post
Jnpa...... tr*aip« will
The horror is inteslfied by confirms- master-general lias received from F. W.
Stiauded in the gale on the lake»,
has strickeu tile city of Galveston do over the storm district.
tion of the reports that the women Vallie, director-general of posts in the
Americ.vn troop» await th*" presi ■mt suem to have la-en magnified.
The Amerlcaii troops
The following communication was were subjected to unspeakale barbaii- Philippines, copies of two undated
Thrr« TI*4» u « m ( i «| Burl««l.
dent - word to mart'll from Pekin.
Chicago, 'Sept. 14.—The following handed to Acting Sen-etary of State ties and tor’ures, laiiug stripped and proclamations, one by the American
by bouts, and 1 sports tonight indlaate
Kepublicalin carried Main« by 81,
lire at Narragansetl pier. If. I., that the deaths will exciuul 800, while statement was received at 11 o’clock to Hill thia al ter noon from the Chinese slowly clubbed to death. This was commissioner, aud the other by the in
one of the mildest methods. The Box surgents.
OOO to 88,000 majority.
Ie»trov»(| |ir*iperty worth $850,000.
the property loss cannot be estimated, night:
Hung ers wreak« J fiendish vengence, upon
The American proclamation is of a
although ll will reach several million
All ap|s*al 1» I mikh I lie Texans lu ta*-
I resident Kruger l- st la>uren**o. dollais.
Charles S. Diebl, General Manager the (.'hang, dated the 7th of September, them. The powers are calle*I on for pacific character, bat warns the natives
half nl Hie Gelvestou niifferera.
Marquee preparing to seti tor Eulopo,
1900, transmitted bv the Chinese min swift punishment. Fears are expressed that they have nothing to expect from
The burial of the dead has already Associated Press, Chicago: A sum
ister at St. Petersburg, uuiTer date ol lest the Russian government, which continuing opposition to the Ameri
lieruiaiiy an I F'.nglstld are cald to
Iroiu 15,0011 to 20,000 Chinese con begun. Thu list is only a partial one, mary of the I'onditlons prevailing at
September 9, and received by Minister d*«s not encourage the missionary cans. It promises free transportation
have ngr*'*’*l to remain 111 I'ekin.
verts wets massaured lu July by Box and the names of all wlm perishe-l m >alie-ton in mor» than human intellect Wu on the last-named date:
propaganda, should prove lukewarm iu home to all insurgents who surrender
Humor 1» *l«ul«*l that stock grazing ers.
Saturday'■ grout storm will never be
"I am iu receipt of an imperial edict this matter.
sge to property in anywhere between
Hl |i>r*'»l reeervee le t<> la* restricted.
their arms, and directs the confiscation
of the 30th day of the seventh moon.
Nin.’ |M<r«oii<( worn killed hi South*
Statements were cun-ent in the Euro of all money and hemp belonging to
At tho army barracks near Fun An ♦ 15,000,0164 and $20,000,000. The August 24, 1900, transmitted from Pao
Galvenloti's death list nunil*«ra fully rrn lliiniti« by ibu wnwiciug uf it the*
pean capitals last evening that all the the insurgent government. The na
tonio a r**|»>rt is current that more io»» of life cannot be computed. All Ting Fu. It is as foliowa:
1,000. 8<iiiie csttmatee place II higher. Mtrit al cur.
powers had replied to the RnsaiaD tives are no*fled that the American
than 100 United States soldiers lost In simple yiyn» work. Those burie*l in
“ 'Li Hung Chang, envoy plenipo
Teian City and inaiiv »mailer towns
I Im»« thousand I mx II m of «toroi vir* their Ilves ill Gall'« ston The lejsrrt, tlie sea ami ground will bait up a hor tentiary, la hereby vested with lull I reposition, that Great Britain and soldiers are expected to pav for every
user tlie gull were |a«itlally w«r*ked. Hill« hair
Germany had declined to evacuate Pe thing they obtain from the Filipinos in
rible total of at leant 3,000. Many
builrd nt < ini V •••toll. however, lacks confirmation.
discretionary powers, aud be shall
Oregon has la-ell asked t*i el»! a ¡Ii«*
Today ii mass meeting was held, anil estimate the l>a*s on the l-laml, in the promptly deal with whatever questions kin; that Austria and Italy had decided the way of food and supplies, and it
It «« j« vMttiiinted nt f 15,*
liulbllng »1 Hie Buffalo Pau-Am«rl< aii uuu.uou,
lllieral contribution» were made for the city <*f Galveston and the immediate may requin, attendance. At thia dis to be ¡guided by Germany's decision, requests the natives to report any case
relief of the destitute. surrounding districts between 4,000 tance we will not control his actions. and that the other powers had agreed of looting or extortion to the nearest
7 be city ■ d Dallas, luxas, haa sub
appealed to President and 5,000 deaths. 1 do not make this Let this edict be forwarded with extra to a more or leas modified withdrawal. military commander.
lirvg'ii prune price# have linen •rrilwl umrly f I5,(XH) in cash an<l six
The Filipino proclamation, isued iu
This nfq*«al was statement iu fright or excitemeut. The expedition at the rate of 600 li per day The Paris correspondent of the Morn
Insmird by a* I loll of the California carload« of clothing lor tho South
met by a ........ pt riqsni.e from the pres wind« story will never be told. Tlie (to Earl Li) for his information aud ing Post claims to know that the allief reply to this, announces that for a
Imo fhMxl »ulYcrrm.
will only withdraw outside the walls perils] of 10 days amnesty will be ex
ident. wlm stated that 10,000 tents and Ue* i-nsities of thse living are prensiug. guidance. Respect this.’ "
Nluety-thri'c mlseiotuiriea are known
of the capital, where they will con tended to all Filipino spies in the em
50,000 rations had been ordered to Gal Not a single individual «»caped prop
Dr ftauini« iMwiiiig
To the alaive communication Acting
l<> have l-ert* killed and 170 ar** minting mi active Far Inn ngit
Governor Sayers also ad erty loss. The property on the i»land Secretary Hill haa handed Mr. Wu the tinue to dominate Pekin in a military ploy of the American forces, if they
Iroiu th» recent uprising iii China,
present themselves to the insurgent
dressed an ap|s-n| t<> each municipality Is half swept out of existence. What iollow ing reply:
iii4|.riM»iit.| in Etitflati
According to a dispatch from Pekin, military or civil authorities. A single
llmrv Wateoti «lied at Ilin home near |>ml of Ilin 'Gti* with ()
In the state, asking for prompt assist our needs are can •*« computed by tlie
dated August 81, .Mr. Conger r*gardr exception is made in tile case of one
World at large by the statement here
Altmur, or . aged 70 years. He was a mid other«, dh*d m
ance In caring for the sufferers.
called u|sm to express any opinion at
Telegrams of Inquiry and help have with submitted much better than 1 this time as to the sufficiency of Li the situation as deplorable, and is ad Marcello Abinsay, who is denounced as
ploiim-r of IH47, ami au IlKlIan war •gad 53 J «are.
lx«ru pouring in throughout the day could possibly sutnmarize them. The Hung Chang's authority, but hopes it vising all the Americans to leave the an outlaw beyond the pale, and a re
rh« tmuhie tlmt wmi threntcii«*<l lx»*
capital if possible.
The American ward is offered for his apprehension,
help must l*e immediate.
The Eureka shingle mill at Harrison, twcrti the whit«*« nud liidiaim, arrayed and night Iroiu every state in the
will transpire that his credentials are minister was in favor of the punitive dead or alive, while the death penalty
"R. G. LOWE,
blah**, was burned r*«*«iitly. Th** lues «■ii "iir «idr, MknihMt the Jnpn. oil tin
expedition to Pao Ting Fn. According is pronounced again-t anyone found in
“Manager Galveston News.*’
gotiations, but to enable him, without to the same dispatch, an American sol his company at the time of his capture.
«ill amount to atniul $15,000, of other «l<lr, hi the lx>p tlrld« above I’uv* stilxtautlal relief has been offered.
further delay, to give assurance that dier killed two Sikhs, whom he caught The proclamation further declares that
which (Mil) $5,000 1» *<ivrie<l by llinur nlhip, Un«h . k «*« miin to have I mh « ii avert
danger of a water famine, an I strenu
tho life and property of Americana looting. ‘‘The Russians," says the all the threats of the Americana of pur
ed, at leaal f»»r the lime beiu|f. So n« • ous efforts ure making here to supply
< hmifr Kegarding Rtnrk G rail ng on will henceforth
be re»i*ected through telegram, "have undertaken to treat suing the insuigents to the bills are
I liung 1.1. military coniman lent of I iia I cin«h he« y<*t token place, but the sufferers. Relief trains are being
the Furrat tte«ervMtlot».
out the Chinese empire."
between the fac organized, and will leave here at an
with Prince Ching. Mr. Conger, in idle, as the American forces are short
I'ekin, who 1» r«e|niii»ili|« for the iniir- there 1« I> m .|
From this formal statement it ap his private capacity, has received of fool and ammunition, and have re-
Washington, D. C., Sept. 13. — Not
dri of tlie German minister, lias l-ecu tion« that may at any time break out early hour tomorrow.
sin* *- la»t spring have any orders lieen pear» that the state department is not eight Chinese, who have lieen endeav ceived no reinforcementn for many
■((«■led aud Is couliued under G«r- (Oto o|>eii h<»«lllitlea.
l-.ue-l from Washington »fleeting the yet ready to liegin direct negotiations oring to establish friendly relatiouf months.
On th« M«lt> I.attd.
tii■ u jerisdicthm.
IbrplMtftm 1« again inureitutiig in
grilling of stock on any of the forest with Li Hung Chang. It does not with the ministers."
At Rock Creek. In Park evunty. India. Over 1 ..(MXI deutbe nre report*
reservations. At that time permits for question his credentials as a plenipo
STORM IN NEW ENGLAND.
Nont., Frank Forrest, a ranch hand, «•<• it> bMVM occurred during the la«t (ram Iroiu Houston arrived at Dallas the current season were issue*!. It is tentiary. but simply leaves the matter
VAR NEARLY ENDED.
aged 20, allot and killed Willis 11 "«rd, week. Ix»rd <'ur»>n of Koddle«ton,
Destroyed a Million Dullar«* Worth of
il<>t the present intention of the interior in abeyance. Probably this is because
a *r«ll-t*i-*lo rancher, ag«x* 80; fatally i Iceruy of hidlM. Iiat cabled the India Central. It left Houston yesterday at de|Mrtmeut, which has jurisdiction in all of the powers have not returned Botha Said to Be Making Overture« to
«<iuu*le*l Miaa lavura Lliiu, age*l 16, oltive tliMt good rain« have falleii III
Boston, Sept. 15.—The now famous
such matter», to make any chaucee iu their responses to the Russian note, as
»11*1 th«*u committed aulcldo by ehiart- Madru* «nd < «'iiiral Bengal and on the
london, Sept. 15.—The flight of West Indian hurricane which started
W lieu it loft. Toxas City was (leno- the present system. Secretary Hitch- it is desired to avoid placing the Unit
Ing himself thliiugh the heart.
Gangeth' yiatn, relieving all preaeiit
late and devastated. Buildings had cock and the general land office liotli ed States first among the powers to President Kruger from what is now 10 days ago from the eastward of Porto
Henry A. Chittenden, a journalist of • iiiirix ngirding the autuiun crop» been wrecked, roof, had I m - uii torn off declare tiv*t there is no foundation for abandon the hope of harmonious action designated as the Vaal River colony, Rico, pushed tcroii Cuba and Jamaica
n*'te ami Hi« man wlet eecnreil l**r t >ak hi IhvMi terrhorie«. '¡’he total number aud hurled buudreds of feet through the rumors to the effect that grazing aud strike for itself toward the settle and his arrival last night at Loureneo and threshed about the Gulf of .Mexico,
lan*t. Cal., the $'250,000 Carnegie trie now receiving famine relief h.t« falleu tho air. The electric light plant had is to be restricted any more than at ment directly with China. Also, it Marques, is regarded here as indica entered New England yesterday and
public lilirary, la dead at that city ol to 4.334JHHJ.
lieeii demolished aud all night lung the present, aud particularly in the district may lie deenie ' well to wait to hear tive of an early end of the hostilities inhabitants in this corner of the coun
of Mount Rainier forest reservation. from .Mr. Conger, who, several days in South Africa. Another message try have nearly $1,000,000 to add to
a throat affliction, aged 54 years. He
1 h*> thri-e silver |>artlea lu < 'olorad* city had been in darkuew».
reived as r«|»*rt«r ami editor **n 1 will fu»r
Along the road north of Houston Under the permits issued last spring ago, was invited to express his opinion from Loutenco Marques says the Trans the lengthening list of property which
256.000 sheep have beeu allowed on about quitting 1'eklu.
vaal state officials accompanied Presi this storm destroyed.
Eastern pn|a*re Fur 15 years he was
I rat ,w 111 accept I'rince < Tlltlg ». scenes of devastation an I distress were this reservation, hut thia privilege ex
It started into life scores of wood
dent Kruger into Portuguese territory.
empli'vrd l*y James Gotiltiil Brtilictt,
IT GROWS WORSE.
Significant also, although it is un- fires, and in many sections of New
«"(king on th« Herald an I I'elegram. a |a*a*'r envoy.
down and the niateiial of which they pires on Septemliee 25, when the de
confirmed, is the announcement that England thousands of acres of wood
nearly were built scattered over the ground partment concludes the season closes.
Al Seattle, the large nteauier luvt-r-
This (act may have given rise to the List of Dead at Galveston la Steadily General Botha, the Boer commander land are ablaze and several scores of
hern, ;t,318 t**tin, wae formally turned
I it ci rasing.
in-chief, is making overtures to sur houses have been burned. Iu South
laird Riderla is pushing O|n*ratloUs by their roots and denuded of their rumor. Imt as the permits were each
ever tn the United blatca oflieinla for
Galveston, Texas, Sept. 13.— .Mayor render and the question whether the ern Massachusetts the losses will ag
branches, Fields that had been siuil- one issued for the period of July 1 to
um * f«r transport service lu th« Philip in Eastern Iransvaal.
Septi-mlier 25, there should be no mis Walter C. Jones estimates the number burghers will now follow the usual gregate a big sum. Reports are also
pines. Die veaael la large alid com-
American soldiers took mi part in ing the day befoie with nil the great construction placed on thia specifica of dead at 5.000, and he is
I couserva- course of beaten atmies and lay down received form various parts of New
liiodimia, ami will at once la* placc*l In the I,siting ol TieU Tslll.
have been their aims or formally declare in favor England of damage to the telegraph
were bare, the plauts having been
ninimimittn. Two other ships have
Many gulf e<stst towns in Texas suf- gras|>e<l by the hurricane aud scattered Rainier next year the same as thia, un taken out to sea or buried in trenches. of guerrilla warfare, must be speedily and telephone wires, houses unroofed,
l<*ti secured by the government from
orchards denuded of their fruit and
(ar ami wide. Hundreds of heads of less it should develop that the sheep- Other hundreds are yet to be taken settled. It is, however, believed here great damage to
the British'American line for a like vrvd sevcrelv from th** storm.
standing corn and
that President Kruger's action deprives
The state d«q*artmelit is not ready to
service, '1 hey will all la* used for car*
Im/ hi ingot laic ii- with Li 11 uftg ( hang. cent of the stiuctures in the towns of
tying army ami other supplies.
The gale was also severe off the
lias beeu no intimation of this so far re living buried in trenches w here they are maining in the field.
New llanipsliire Republicans nomi Ilerkely. Cypress and Waller have been ceived.
The British war office has issued a coast, but it blew off shore, so that
Die American tr*»>pn have orders to
found. Others are being burned iu
nated Chester B. Goriloii lor governor.
get rvaily to leave Pekin.
Cattle and horses will lie slowed to the debris where it can be done safely. long report from Lord Roberts on the most of the shipping fouud little diffi
Homestead is in ruins. Hearne was
Colom-I W. B. Shaw, of Illinois, damaged somewhat, Imt the situation graze on all resetvea next year, ax this There is little attempt at identifica treatment of British prisoners of war culty in getting a lee.
Li Hung Chang will lai permitted to
Highland light reported a gale of 45
rear, without unreasonable restraint. tion, and it is safe to say that there at Pretoria, founded on the report of
will make Republican s|w*<*'bes lu Ore- there Is not regnrded as serious.
go t** I'ekin lor a conference.
In the matter of sheep-graxiug. the will never be a complete list of the the court of inquiry. Briefly, Lord miles an hour and no vessels in sight.
I rance agr**«s unwillingly t<> liun* gull.
Along the water front of Boston har
Roher s declares that the treatment of
agricultural department has no author dead.
I' m «« mill Fort Arllmr.
The steamship San Pedro arrived nt
• la ■* pr<qs,sal to evacuate
the officials was fair, but that the food bor the yachts which had not been
"-rattle from the north with 300 )«»•
hauled into winter qaurters were
city of Sabine Pass and I’ort Arthur offers its opinion w hen asked. Secre eharge of the work of burying the dead. of the men was quite inadequate and tossed about and some broke from
Seven vcnmln Wore wrecked or awligen* and fso.ooo in Nome g*d*l.
passed tlnough the terrible storm of
tinrrl,mi» on their way to hunt gold
stranded on the Florula coast by the
Saturday virtually unscathed.' Ev* ry- iu favor of grazing in an intelligent iu this work, tearing up the ruius and treatment of the colonial prisoners as
in Ml eria got the liest ol a trick at
Arnold Allowed an Appeal.
where the water spread over the town, way, aud has so expressed himself to getting out the coipsea. Some of those criminal, and says the inhuman treat
tempted by Russians, and seven Yankees
whose laid les are being taken out were ment of sick prisoners throws the great
I wo persons were killed mid one M-r-
hut it did nut reach a depth sufficient the Intel ior department and public.
San Francisco. Sept. 15. — In the
probably only injured when they were est discredit on the authorities then at embezzlement case of Julian B. Arn<>k
ioualy Wounded 111 a row in h rente o rant tisik 30 Russians.
to destroy buildings. The town pleas
Bad Fire at a Mummer ICrtort
first struck down, but there was no Pretoria. The prevalence of sickness son of Sir Edwin Arruolò. Uni xi “
The controller of the curreucy has ure pier was washed away complete
at lleno, Nevada.
Nut ruga us«'tt Pier, R. I., Sept. 14.—
getting relief to them, aud they per and many deaths of prisoners, Lord States District Judge DeHaven ha* «-.iQ
The season at this watering place came
Commandant Theron, a Iloti«) liner
Roberts adds, are attributable to the
tional batiks at the close of business Gates and Elwood homes. The dredge to a sudden and disastrous end this af- ished miserably.
lowed an ap)>eal from his adverse p*G
«'•out. han been fouud dead tin the debt
lask of proper food, medicines and the cision to the circuit court of appeal“ • •
Septelillier I, 1900.
Florida, property of the New York termam through the complete destruc
hear Krugerninirt. a small t«*wu about
neglect of ordinary sanitary precau The hearing will be held during che
The |»>pulatioii of Duluth, Minn , as Di edging Company, which cut the tion by tire of the great Rockingham
-» miles northeast of Lytleiiburg.
it is a very small remnant, have joined tions.
October term of court. Commixsiuuoi
announced by th« ceuxus Port Arthur channel, was sunk at the hotel. Sherry's Casino, the Hazard the police in patrolling the city.
Joseph Chamberlin, secretary of state Heacock gave the accused man his first
lhe ci'tisus bureau announces that
bureau, Is 53,969. an in, rease in popu mouth of Taylor Bayou.
block, the Knights of Pythias hall aud
Several persons have already been for the colonies, in the form of a letter
population of Portland, Or., is v<>.-
a scote of smaller buildings, which iu shot. A soldier of Rafferty's battery, to the Durham Conservative Associa hearing, and ordered that he i>e extra
•-«. an against 46,385 in lMmi. m, U1. lation <>l 19,854, or 59.9 |ier cent from
dited to England for trial. Judge
1890 tn lltl'O.
ere»,« „( 44,041, ur M|.ya |H.r
while patrolling the tieaeh this morn tion, issues an election manifesto. Re
Houston, Tt xas, Sept. 12.—The started in the upper part of the Rock ing, ordered a mnu to desist from loot* ferring to the settlement in South DeHaven affirmed the order.
At Ri ti». Nevada, n wreck on the
Germany» reason for rejecting the
Attempted Train Wrecking.
Africa, he said:
Nevada. California <S Oregon extension damage in Houston from wind and ingham shortly after noon, and within
»<>■«>-American proposals of with- ilerallrd I I cars of beef cattle, reduc water is comparatively light, line a few hours nearly all the adjacent ing. The fellow drew a weapon, ami
"I should seriously fear that if fw
Abilene, Kan.. Sept. 15.—'l'h.-ee at
•tawaifrom I'ekin ia that the time is
ing the curs to kindling wood aud kill life was lost here from failiug wires builditigx, including the Casino, had dier was attacked by three other men, any cause the Liberals were now re tempts were made last night to wreck
,,ul'|»*rtutie amlU'alcuhited to prol mg ing 20 heml of let steers.
At Bayside tesorts, about 25 miles beeu destroyed. The loss is estimated and he killed all of them. He had tained to office they would be ready to Union Pacific trains west of here. Ties
from Houstou, the houses were mostly at about $350,000, half of which is tive cartridges in his ritle, and each of throw away in connection with the set were piled on the track in front of the
blown away aud tive or six deaths are covered by insurance. The big hotel them found a victim.
Dm American »hip May Flint col-
tlement the position which has been so local passenger train, and the "Flyer,"
' «d with a hark iii the I >ay of Kan veston may reduce the volume of early known, while 15 or 2(1 people, sup- was pructcially vacant, having closed
Other men have also been shot, but hardly gained. I hope every elector west-bound, anil heavy iron on the
(|u( |1||U|n. cotton deliveries nt l.xncnshire, Eug- jiosed to lie drowned, are still missing. six days ago. The Rockingham was
the details are not known, nor can the who feels that the arrogant and arbi track before the "Flyer,” east-bound.
Intid. Re|srrts from there show Hint
West and southwest of Houston for owned by J. G. Burns & Son. ami was exact number be ascertained. It is trary tvranny of the Boer oligarchy The obstructions were discovered and
1 [• owa. where she wan split open 20.000 looms hn l stopped mid Hint 24,-
•«'I sank to th« bottom.
60 miles 'the country has been swept »lx stories high, built entirely of wo*id, probable that 25 were killed. Some of culminating in an invasion of her maj the trains stopped iu time to prevent
000 operators were idle.
and losses are heavy, but few deaths and valued at $200,000. The Casino these were shot for failiug to halt esty’s territories requires to be dealt any damage.
1 x-| resident Cleveland IIHN
has < declined
IW 1111 f»< I
The postuinstcr-gelieral has received are reporter!. Cotton has l>veu widely building was valued at $100,000. The wheu ordered to do zo. Others were with by a strong hand, will support
I or pronid.'iit»'
HN it umili-
Forest Fire« In Ma«nachu«ett«.
Hazard block was valued at $85.000. shot for vandalism.
ii coniitiunientioii from F. W. Vaili«, injured.
th« Unionist candidates at the polls."
bour.i of At Id- director of |»ivts in the Philippines,
Plymouth, Mass., Sept. 15.—The
’.’ . the
1 Internatio,..: Hoard
The losses on the ni»iliI mik I in nn The losses range from $500 to $10,000
The ruins of the heavier brick build
forest fires which have been raging in
« ton, under The lliigu« treaty, El* »bowing timi there will la> n surplus of area of more than 50 miles square are »lining alavut three score of merchants.
IlMwmilan Postal Service.
ings have nut yet been searched for the
f’ntileut ||arri«on haa Hutmplvd tho rei i'ipts over expenditures up Io June
vicinity had, up to noon, destroyed
more than $1,000,000, with probably
San Francisco, Sept. 15.—Postoffice
Hehl I p by Lour Kobhrr.
dead, and there is a large number in
property to the value of $150,000.
80 of $19,117- 'I his does not include • acore of dentila.
Denver, Sept. 14.—Burlington train them.' lu tho mass of rubbish which Inspectors M. 11. Flint and H. B. Hall The wind shifted this mooring, and
staff surgeon of the < icrmiiii lega- fees for money eider» of $6,500, and
No. I, known as the Overland Flyer, • marks the site of the Lucas Terrace have returned from Honolulu, where there was then a prospect that the fire
ion at Pekin aiinoiinces ............ ..
■Cast Iternard Ulown Away.
was held up by a lone highwayman at Bridge House, 40 or 50 people were they have been for the past three would be checked. Mrs. Joseph A.
timt nu ex- there is olio de]>nrtnieiit, that ol Baco-
viin"howa the cause of Baron lor, yet to hear front.
Engle Lake, Texas, Sept. 12.—Three 2 o'clock this morning, tive miles east killed outright, nud their bodies are months organizing a postoflice system Brown, of Long Pond, dropped dead
throughout the islands. They estab
liullwt *' r*
have lieen a
Tho giivernnieut transport Lnwtoti churches, together with tunny houses, of Haigler, Neb., near the Colorado ■till in the ruius.
from excitement when the tire threat
Ii»* ' 1 ’i|rimgh the neok. which must sailed from Sun Francisco on her were completely blown to pieces. The line. The robber xecure*l shout $500
The Orphans' home is totally demol lished 81 offices, and the profits for two ened her home.
'•’«li inatantiitieiHialy fatal.
errand of mercy to the far north. rice mid pecan crops are ruined. The iu cash and probably twice that much ished. Ninety-two children ami 11
unns were killed. It is rumored that
Silk Wearer«' Strike.
< I rand Itapld's Population,
ti,*, 1111 'M Edward lliuckley, one of With nil nviiilnbla space below decks cotton crop is nearly ruined, and the in diamonds and watches, and then
’ Alleutowu, Pa., Sept. 15.—The Giv-
cane crop is considerably damaged. made his escape by brinigng the train one sister escaped, but if she did, no
v«rsitv<,rp"r,“Or" Oi tb" ,!l,h' K" Cui- devoted to beiths, provided with bed The loss t*i this community from the to a stop, lie went through both trace of her can la* found.
Washington, Sept 15.—The popula ernand »ilk mill, employing 450 hands,
prominently identified ding for uearly a thousand persons, he-
tion of Grand Rapids, Mich,, is 87,. is idle. The 300 weavers struck today
sleeper“, hut did not molest chair ears.
‘n,Pnrtant railroad and com* sides the regular complement of offi storm is estimated at $250,000. No
The fact that money does not make 566, an increase in population of 27,- »gainst a decrease of 15 ]>er cent iu
lives were lost here but the town of Tho railroad officials offer $1,000 for
horn. . ^'‘’’H’rlaea, iH .|„H<| Mt his
his capture, aud jaisses have started the man seldom worries the man who 287, or 45.27 per cent, from 1890 to wages.
The superintendent of the
Staten proceed Io Cape Nome, »topping nt East Bernard has linen blown away and
is trying to make the money.
iu all directions.
mill said tlie cut was only temporary.
■taint, aged 66.
Seattle for xuppliea.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 13.—The tail
Two TI iou « iiik I Dollar« Kalard.
Storm In Toronto.
Paris, Ont., Sept. II.—While a big
Last of Abilali'a Forces Defeated.
Obli u 'n’
,mv" reeovered a $1,-
Colorado Springs, Colo..Sept. 12.— A wind storm wax at ltx height early this en I of the West Indian storm which
Teats are the dimiiondsof the fairies.
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 15.—The heavy
Paris, Sept. 15.—The minister of the
'•»v 1 ""* '*1 11,1 W,,H “Itlui'ted the other
a meeting tonight, nailed by Mayoi morning lire btoke out in .Meldrnm's
wind storm did considerable damage colonies, M. de Crain, has received a
i'hii',1."11 ’ " rB ,,r" 11 uuinber of $4.86
The "missing link" baa again been Robinson, it draft for $2,000 whs order flour mill, destroying nil the business last night and today, making itself ap
along the water front. .Many yachts
missing, to found, this time in Java, whore Dr. ed sent to Governor Sayres, of Texas, jHirtiou of the town, over 30 stores, in parent iu lire heaviest rain ever record were capsixerl, while others broke away dispatch announcing the detent of the
«y nothing of „ |a5
Inst remnant of the forces of Abilah,
D ii I miìs has unearthed certain fossil re to lie used to relieve the storm suffer- cluding the customs office and the ed in the local weather office. In 16
from their moorings and have not yet the famous Arab chief who was long a
Bank of Cainmeree. The loss will tours there was a precipitation of 4.23 been recovered.
,,f l°wii, and of mains of srioh mi interesting character era.
Reports from all thorn in the side of the French in
inches, most of which fell between
probably reach $250,000.
Wan the .,""bth
Htatee infantry, that Prof. Haeckel, the celebrated Ger
l.nnlsiana III*** Crop Itaoiaged-
11:80 last night and 7:80 this niorniug. parts of the province show that the Southern Sahara, nud who was recent
man biologist, has determined* to go
< Hu Ila ,M 1H”
plant the A muri«
Redding. Cal., Sept. 14.
14.—J. 8. Pel
Jennings, Texas, Sept. 12.—The
the rains caused several bad washouts storm was genera), orchards suffering ly killed anil his army dispersed by a
there himaelf and investigate.
•» «‘'I Dubois is firmly of the opinion that the Southwest Louisiana rice crop has suf- ty, a tool sharpener, shot nud killed on the Great Northern, iu the northern most. The loss on fruit in. the St. French column. A large quantity of
“ certain Titus
«red heavy loss from the storm. Rice his wife ami then killed himself at part of the state, oue at Cold Spriugs Catherine district will amount to arms and ammunition, as well as rich
Altsr " .
'bunsalem. bones belong to a species intermediate men estimate the damage at 10 to 16 Hairiaou Gulch tonight. Jealousy was
and others between Bear Springs and thousands of dollars. No casualties treasure, fell into the bands of the
between the highest ape and prehistoriv
have yet been reported.
haius ’ ““,ru l,1By
aomething in a
Epitome of tho Telegraphic
News of the World.
Extent of the Disaster Is