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News of th» World.
TERNI. 11' h# H«»* «’HK WIKKH
►han lisi Kwan (urta turmudinoli (o
I |*!«it Iti a»M»»luate
Klutey ha» beeu tll»«*«ne
In a traili latld-up nuar Councli
lllttfl», olle Diblter wa» klll««d.
I »aaahgvr» un Nome »(«amar aere
vacliieiml un acvounl of iiew uutbreak
«*f semllpoa in Alaaka.
Pronpect« Blight for Settle
ment of Chinese Trouble.
ALLEALI. IN LINK WITH AMERICA
fJormnnf Uhuwa Bignè ut Frtpgr-
Philsilelphia, Oct. 5 -—There were
no dssslopmxul» of »pei-ial im|ortan< n
Ualay iu the miners' »trike. An In-
l«re»tlng featurn »»« thn ReadiugCom
pany's notice to its employe» that in
addition to its offer of a Io |»» cent In
crease, It was willing to enter iuto
arbitration with them r«*l»tlie to any
grietaii*«» they may have. None of
the strikers, however, has yet indicated
an Intention to return U> work. Af
faire were extremely quiet today
tbnmgboul the anthracite tegion.
(■eneral Gubin 111 «omnialid of thn
■tats tr.nips recently »nut to s-.-huyIkill
county on re«|ue»t from the alu-riff, to
day directed another of the regiments
to return home tomorrow. One regi
ment left Monday. There remain» but
oue regiment, a buttery of artillery anil
a oompauy of mounted irmrp».
A secret conference of thn leading
officials of the miner»’ orgsuisatluu »••
held at Haxletoii. At its conclusion,
President Mlt- hell »aid the question ot
calling a jolut convention had not Ireen
considered. He added that out of
142,IHM> mineworkers, only about 5.UO0
ar« at work, and thnae, he »aid, would
I h > out in a short time. The time limit
of the laickawauna Company's offer of
Increased wages will expire tomorrow,
but strikers generally expies» their
determination to pay no heed to th«
C'oa»al - O««««ral Stew«*»
Secret Society Said to Have
Broken Loose in Canton.
HOI I HERN DISTRICT 1N FERMKNT
I nrrat In the Two
K»p<tr« »• IM»
Washington, Oct. 8. — An interesting
picture of the Transvaal and Free Mate
in August, after the wave of war hsd
pestMMl over the country, ia presents«!
in a report to the state department
Stowe, at Cape Town, dated August
17 last. He had just returned to the
Cape from a trip through the two re
publics. He says that for hundreds
of miles all the wire fencing is down
and cannot be used again. The posts
have l>ern bur net! for fuel and meat t«e
replaced with iron po»t«, owing to the
scarcity of limiter. The plowing in
progress ia limited, compared with
former years, and there will l>e large
market for American cereal».
March, 1901, agricultural machinery
will lie wanted.
Meat and liveatre k will continue to
I« imports-1. Johannesburg had only
three days’ supply of meat when Mr.
Stowe left the town. While the ifiera
who have returned are anxious to get
to work, several months must elapse
liefore things »ettie down to a normal
basis. The government is building a
new line of railway from Hamsmith
to connect with the Orange Colony sys
tem, so that the Netherlands railway,
with its 200 |er cent dividend«, will
uo longer have a monopoly in the
Transvaal. There will be a big de
mand for bridge material and electrical
maheinery and supplies.
Lord Roberts has appointed an ad
visory Committee to assist him in the
reopening of Johannesburg, aud to se
cure the return of the mining popula
tion. which the prosperity of tiie town
It is questionable
whether an undesirable element com
mon to all mining town» will be al
lowed to return to Johannesburg.
THE UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE
GRANTED LE ROY BOWEN.
From ths Enterprise. Mapleton, Mina.
To escape death after being given up
by four doctors, and hidden good-bye
to family and friends is an experience
not granted every man. Yet it hap
Ptlll*h tv. .pl<ne limit gull« from th«
In all expfi.«imi al tha Corulllg l’ow-
fxmdon, Oct. fl. — The London morn
pened to Mr. Le Roy Bowen, of D«-
d< r Work» at Fante Crus, ( al., C, news ha» rea*Tt.-«l Washington frum lha
ing papers are virtually engrossed by
coria township, Blue Earth county,
finali mail« • <l< Sell r|*e< lies In
M« rl«-r alt «mphoe, waa klllrd, and J, I.UHI|»«II
the parliamentary general elections,
Vaiate la wa» latally lnjiir<«l.
that a l omplele agteemenl aa to China
anti they have little U> nf about the
Mr. Bowen Is a farmer, but formerly
new Geimsu not«. The Daily N«ws,
Gerniaiiv .lenl.-s auv agrecuieiil with
resided in Mapleton, where he was
I « rtugusve officiai» at Imnrenctt is within sight. The agreement wilt
which describes it as "clear, stiaight-
clerk and city marshal for a nomltsr
Marque» baie warned l*re»id(Mit Rrug«-r I m * on Ihe l>a»l» of the priqaiallluns laid
France and llus»la.
down by Kacretary Hay Iu his note <>(
forwartl aud manly,” expresses a hope
of years. He is a well-known member
Maur l.ii»iiie«« men will j**lu excur-
July a, and Ilia »ubM'.|uenl notes treat
that all the European |xrwem and also
of the Masonic fiaterulty and enjoy«
bla xsraring in»lgnla of office.
sli’it I*, lialla liai s,
ing on tile subject. 'Ilia six'«.rd of Rus
the United states will sgree with Em
an enviable leputation for bis sterling
r«|»irl <>l cotton damage sia with the UulUwl Mates is mote
I;.....<-«t-ll ap k" (" W,00i> or 40,000
peror William's last proposal.
honesty and uprightness of character.
t«l thn >(«|r of ’Irla» by the rateili
Nebraskan« iu .Mct'«»>k.
complete than was »ntictpHted at first,
British correspondents in China com
He told hit) story ot miraculous re
fltaxl» pia* va fl.n «•limale» at 4 iio , o < i < i and lha reports show that all of the
plain of the "weak attitude” displayed
lief and cure to a reporter recently an<l
filala* min«r« eouvlcted »> r«»t».pire«-y l-alr»
| Ita, «ulUr |» estlmated al Uot I unqsMin nations protiahiy are placing
by Great Britain and the Uuted -late»,
it is a story of the greatest inteteat.
tn ol'xiru*1 u.all train tiurlug big sltlke lesa Ululi f.’o.tHH),1)1)0,
thvmsvlves In position to take advan
as well as the other powers, in with
ut I »99.
drawing from Pekin and displaying
“I was suddenly taken sick in th«
ll«M*rs eaptore*! a Brillali convov and tage of the iqamlug made by the Unit-
Washington »tockmen cml«*r with wrecki-*! u train. Of tile convoy’« «<1 Mate», aud s « m > ii will lie ready to be
generally a yieldiug mood.
spring of 1895. The pain was intense.
i.gartllug ns*«>rt of tii) men only I'.’ t*«c«|»x| and gin liegotiatloua lor « settlement with
A dispatch frr.nr Tien Tain, October
The doctor was hastily summoned.
2, say»: "i.aselee claim» that the
sr«<l.tg •*•• l«*re»l rarer»«*«.
He pronounced my case one of gravel
In thè traili wreck, the liritous were the Chinese goveinrneut. The Rus
sa in» already h».e gKen notice of such
British from the gunboat Pygmy were
■□d »aid that the pain was caused by
Ih. I« pt la I loll of the city
Ian kllln*I au-l II
the first to receive the surrender of the
pur|»»e, aud while the text of the
th« passage ot a stone from th« kidney«
I he population of \rksn-a>. as olii- French not« on thia subject, referrwl
Shan Hal Kwan forts.”
to the bladder. 1 doctored with him
ul 19*"'. li
dally aimoim. |-«| I,y llle United "talea to in today's peaas di»patebes. has not
The Morning Post's correspondent at
for thiee months, but was not benefited.
BATTLE IN ASHANTEE.
«ausila bureau, Is 1,31 1,564, all In- reachiMl the »late de|«rtment, the offi
laku asserta that the persecution of
Frequently, once a week, I would
« reaw.nvr the population of IHPU of cials are satl»fle<l that It is correctly
ChrialiatMt has Keen revived in the
have a bad »[«II of two or thre« day»
Hard Sighting H*lw.*n Frill,h Fal >rr*»
|H*1,3Hû, or IB «5 |a»r «-eut
province of Shan Tung.
rv|s>rted and that France, like Russia,
duration, during which I »uttered gu
Shanghai dispatches announce the
General W«»l, commanding the la ready to negotiate at once.
A dispatch to the
dismissal of two Tartar generals, who
Aa fur Germany, either the inaition
“Finally I went to Mankato and
I nlted Mate» li rcea In Cubs, ha» inaile
Morning P.mt from Kumsssie reports
consulted a specialist. He stated that
hl» annual report t«> the war depart of that goxeriimrut ha» beeu mlsunder- that heavy fighting l<«>k place last Sun Itave been defeated ny Russians in
1 did not have gravel, but thought it
Il V-iilsln» hl» recommendation stAod or it has sustain««! a change of day l»-tar»-n Colonel WillciM-k's column Manchuria. The head office of th«
Chinese tommiaaanal has beeu re
was rheumatism of the stomach. I
- )*• in Culai I« lliouuted, U>- mind, Puealbly the former lathe case, and the Ashantees, at Abu Ashu.
moved from Ching Kiang, <>n the Yang
continued to visit him until the end ot
gather with all account of th« with but, Iwiweter that may be. It ia quite
"After heavy fighting,*' says the di»- stiait, to laku, aud the viceroys have
certain from the advicee which have
Augnst. Then 1 became completely
last, h, "the Britlab column made an
M«»k, drawal ««( (ha lr«»ipa during the |»«»t
TELEGRAPH TO SKAGWAY.
been ordered to establish branch offices
bedridden and sent for another doctor.
fear. The lie»ltli of the t««a*ps, he reached Washington that ths German Ineffectual
attempt to charge the
He called mv complaint inflammation
aa»», ha» t«s-u gtard, an-1 their conduct government, upon careful inspection ol Ashantee positions, but was obliged to in the provinces of Shen Si.
A dispatch to the Daily Express Th. 1.1a. 1« Compl«l«d »nd ih. Flrel of the bowels and treated me for that.
the plan» lor a m ttlemeut projected by
I tea tl I Itg la <-<>mm< ude«l.
retire aud to resume the rifle duel
Me»»«., ».nt to H.nltl. T.»I.rdny.
front I long Kong reports a serious rising
the Uniter! fltataa, finds therein noth
I became better, but in one week my
Feattie, Oct. 8.—The first telegram legs swelled up and I was worse than
Callaway, aged HU, did at ing lm«>usistent with the < iermau as- a hlle a waiting reiulon eiueuts. Event •I Triads in Canton, and the whole
lo «cespi (Its 25 per ceul
III tl.rir wag«*», to take rfle. I Dm«er. Col<> , Irvin injuries received piralions. Therefore, it may be ex- cocks captured the |«>sttlous and occu country to the south is said to l«e in a from Skagway to Seattle, marking sn ever.
l*y belug alru* k by a tramway car. |H*< t««l that Germanv, too, will t>e pre
ferment. The Hong Kong correspond- epoch in the historv of business )te-
“The doctor laid my case before the
■ l«.| »ga l U»t whlcu limy
lie «a« t.ellr«ed to le the rddest new»- |atred s«'U to join In thia common pied the village of Isrrashu without rut of the Times, wiring Wednesday, tween Alaska ami the outside world, faculty of Rush Medical College, Chi
pa|«>r dllor In the I nitirl Matra 11« movement toward • aettlemsnt
cago. and it was decided that I bad
was t»<ru Iu I'ottsge countv, U., Feb may l*e »tat«-<l that altogether the pr*w earned three other village» at the
"A thousand braves have left Canton cupied by the message in transit was neuralgia ot the stomach. I was treat
js'lut of tire laayom-t and burned them.
ruary II, IHI2, l«*,«rnd tiie printing |«e«-ts of au adjustment of the Chinees
to suppress a reltellion instigated l>y seven hours, which, however, will t«e ed for that until December, but contin
trade in iawr<'ii. «•» llle. lurt , aixl puli- difficulties without reaort to formal Seventy Aahaiiteen were killed. The triads at Waichau, in the Saueu dis reduced oue-half as soon as the line is ue«! to grow worse. Then the doctor
ll»b«wl add «billed (iew>|«|w*r» In Ohio, war are very much brighter than they British Io»««* were Mayor Melias and trict. There is grave unrest in the in working order and bulines« reduced said, *1 can’t do yon any good. All
Captain Lua rd. set erely
wounded; two Kwang provinces, and precautions to a system.
lllltda, Missouri anil Utah.
the help I know for von la an opera
were ou« week ago.
three officers »lightly wounded, three have beeu taken at Kowloo.”
The route taken by the message wa» tion.’ ‘Very well,’ I replied, ‘go on
Prltate letter» re<r|«rd from Havana
men killed and 2H o her» wounded.
from Skagway to Atlin, theme over and operate if that is left for me.*
BLAMES THE FOREIGNERS.
indicate that much apprrhen»iou ex
A flying columu of him ) men, with two NEWS FROM THE ANTIPODES. the old Atlin-Lillooet line to the
This was on Sunday. The time of th«
ists among the tuierliau» there reganl*
gun», was seat Monday in putauit of
Fraser river, them e to Ashcroft and on operation was set for Tuesday. My
Mr. < lark «»to th« I.»»•••*• an<l tltslna Krum
Mretk of « .J n pa nr a»» Mall Boat Farifi«
lug file «i-llow let er, as the <-<ru*lllloi)>
to Vancouver, from which place it wa» children were sent for, and I prepared
Ik«» I prinlHg I m < hltoto.
Firn Ix-ep «sa kllle-l al l'arsoti. O»., gmw «<>,»» iu»f«-»<l u( in. proving.
•ent to Seattle.
M»»»ru < «piur««t a (uiivoy.
Boat,m Oct 4.—-At the ('ongrega
for the worst.
Vancouver, IL U., Oct. 6 —Th«
l'V l-eiug tuli over i«v a fogging wag* u. < Kilian employes III Cuba mviii to 1«
The line over which it passed to Van
“The appointed time came; the four
Iaindoii, Oct. 5. — The follow lug dis steamer Mlowera, which arrived from
Ili« «<.i.!rni i«'<-urre«i oue-fiali mila •iibjecl l>> lha disease, amt Iu aeirrwl Ilona I minister»' meeting thia morulng
doctors present examined me for two
Ip.in I n wu ■ «aw lulll, wliere he was g 'Vrrtlii.eut offi.-ea many have leeli the principal s|a-akrr waa Dr. Fraud» patch has been received from Lord Sxduev this evening, brings news of
A. Clark, president of th« United Rubella:
hours, then they retired and consulted
the wreck of the Japanese mail boat
Ile was «Irli IMg a heavlly atrlckeii
I her«- Is yet uo fear ol tlir
Chri»tl»li Endeavor, wlmse
"Pretoria. Oct. 4. — A convoy of 23 Futami Maru, which struck a lock on structing for the past four mouths. It for the same length of time. They
h-aJe.l I* urd.orse loggiug wagon down lexer »pre«,ling among the troops.
was, “lawaxa and Gain» Frum the U|e wagoua. escorted by 60 mounted men. Minders island in a gale and wa* a to- is not yet completed, ami will not be concluded that they did not know what
* steep giade, wl.cu Ilio braka falle«! tu
The alllo» captured sliau Hal Kwan. risiug in China.” Dr. Clark, who baa was attacked by 140 Boers October 1, tai io»», belug broken in two. Ths lose for aliout a week. However, in order ailed me. The head physician asked
Work, sud ili« li.-rse« rati awav,
to get the tint message through today,
<lrn»r jumped. Imi was cauglit under
Germaua rout«-1 a Boxer lore« near visited several iiiladon statioue in near Dejagere Drift, while on the way of ship aud c»rgo are placed at$l,5O0,- « teiiporary line was put up connect permission to 'cut,* as be expressed it,
‘and find out.’ I asked how big a
000. The passengers aud crew, num-
Ilio lo» I. l>*<i-»aaed sa« 35 yoara olii. Pekin.
ing the unfinished portion Iietweeu place he wanted to cut. He said ‘ba
ly occurred, says iu part:
eaped. The (ate of the
la-ring 150, were saved.
I •*■ «.( i io Imrs«« «ere kllle l nnlrlghl.
R«s,M*<elt reeeKod a great ovation in
LilliMiet aud Ashcrvft, aud in this man- thought four inches far enough.’ I
“The dragi-u's teeth of war and mas known.
Th«* plague has broken out again at
i < ni «un U aiil<'r»e« h.ia aril«e*l at Lincoln, Neb.
uer the transmi»sion of the message knew enough not to allow any such
sacre were aowu by the foreigners who
“Th« Boers derailed a train near Tow tin llle, New South Wales.
Hanna »|>'ke iu Chicago ou the Tam had emu in the spirit of omnnerclal Pan yesterday eveuiug, Five Cold- eaw-s are reported, with two fatalities, wa» accomplished.
hide-and-seek game to be played with
According to the reports received me, so the operation did not occur. I
Ih«- < hlnese govrrnmenl ha» m.lore*l many lie lru»t.
greed Io push their conquest». Turn stream guard» were killed and 19 in
It is announced that the tender for
here today, the whole work of the t'a- continued under the doctor’s care, but
thè degnidalloU «if l'rllico TiiaU.
the construction of the Pacific cable
Minister Wu confirms the reported the tables for a moment and Imagine jured.
nadian government will lie concluded my case was considered hopeless. I
lu i' n» «ani \\ altiera«.« t«t olTor « indictment rd Pi Ince T uan.
l.y Octolier 10, alter which the through made my will, balanced my accounts
reward t- r Ilio h««d of Priticu Tilau.
line will be open for commercial busi and made every preparation for death.
Pn>»|re<-ta are again g«»»l for settle here to delmuch our youth and com
a |*r»oual visit to Kouiatipoort to as Limited, which offered to lay the cable
In audience of '.‘tijhni peopl« waa ment of the Chinese quealion.
“I continued to grow steadily worse.
pelling ua to buy it, seising the whole sure himself that Kruger lias goue'into (or $9,500,000 and to finish the con
a ldi* .il l.y |t<H»M'Velt lu Kausaa City,
Day after day was passed in intense
Ilrltl»h «lection returns continue to state of Massachusetts because ot twe Portuguese territory."
agony. As a last resort I told my
»bow large Coirser« stive gains.
Chinamen murdered by a tuob, and
months. The government is delighted
Ths Villalobos «afo.
(miernor Severe saye he ha» re-
at the contract price, which is lees A Whois IU|lm««l Will Ms Ssnt te hired man to bring me, the next time
A busltre»» block st Shaniko, Or., w« can imagine some of the feelings
Mart ltd uq ua.
Washington. Oct. 5.—The dispatch
he went to town, a box of Dr. Wil-
ceived $613,418 Itti alti «tf Texas suffvr- was completely de»tnry««l bjr tire.
which auimat«xl the Boxers or the
than was estimated.
Washington. Oct. 6.—The following liatns’ Pink Pills for Pale People. I
more intelligent powers behind the from General MacArthur last week au-
A big colliery »trike is in progess at
Dally I Mm.» rat» of Montana, nomi-
uouncing the disaster sustained by
cablegram has beeu receive*I at the war bad read considerable about them and
lo il tic. 2 839 tmxllea bave I hm * ii «> ffi . natd Thoma» *. Hogan for govenmr. Boxers. A heroic chapter of mission Captain shield»' party on the I s I hiii ! of Newcastle. Four collieries are idle
thought I would try them. Imnied-
as a result of a dispute iietweeu the department:
elslly is|»irte«| foutel al («aiveatuu,
“Manila, Oct. 6.—First infantry lately after beginning the use of these
Massacliusvtls Ih-m.sTala mmilllatd whose records can never Ire dim in «el. Maliuduque, left iu doubt the fate of maiiMgers aud the miuers, and 1,100
• full elate ticket, Ireadd by Kotiert Tlie native «-«imeit ha» proved himself tiie gunlatat Vlllalolats. which had «-on- mm iiie idle. The disputes are over goes to Marinduque, October 6, on pills I commenced to feel better. At
rim patitili«*« at \|t*»a, 1'3 utile» from
worthy of the Savior who died for hiui. veyed the triMipa to Torrij»». lu oon- mining regulations maiuly, wage« be Sumner. General Hare is to com first, I took one pill three times a day.
Treat Paine. Jr.
l'h—nix. trlsoiia, wa» rolilxal ul $l,iH>0
mand the island, with orders to push but increased the does to three pills
taunt of rich Christiana cau no aeqnauce the navy depwiImeut has Iteru ing a secoudarv grievance.
A negro fiend was burnd at the
in •tam|» .xml $juo in cash.
receiving a nuiulter of lelegrama mid
Five men perished iu the snow fields operations until insurrection ia «taiM|*ed three times ■ day. In two weeks I
■tai-» at Wetumpks, Ala., for «U at- longer lie thrown in bis face. China letteis from friends hu .I relatives of the
llMitita» G. Fherutan, thè famous lemptd criminal assault.
haa t»*en awakened from her sleep of
of Mount Arrowsmith, Tasmania, Au out aleolutely. He will have 12 full was out of bed and around.
"In five weeks I took a trip to Man
lawver and siuglr-tax adviamte, dltai at
She can never again fall ¡rack crew of the guuboat. »iking for iufor- gust 28, where 10 days earlier another companies of infantry for the purpose.
Kir Redvers Buller will return to iuto th«* same comatose ixin.lition a» be mation aa to the affair. A cablegram man had perish«*«l in the »now. The Anderson's first operations developetl kato, but this trip was a little beyond
Li» bouie in New York, agni BB.
Fliglaud with land Roberta and laird fore. A trumpet call has been lssutxl was sent to Rear-Admiral Kempff, at colti was so intense that a rescue nothing. No reiorts since Octolier 2. my strength and I came home and had
M l'nrkr Cocltran «i«*ke ag»hi»t ex-
Kitchener will remain in the chief to the Christian» of America and Great Cavite, ami th) following reply has petty slmost shared the same fate, the
to go to bed. I again began the use of
pin-imi in ti,,, ('.,||«ri1||l |n fbi.-ng,, I««.
«otnmand in South Africa.
The altove dispatch relates to rein the pills. The effect was as before; in
cold «fleeting the men so badly that
Britain to go in ami posse»» the land,
I"rs txu audience of 12,000 |wr»on«.
"Carite, i’. 1., Oct. 5.—Secretary bloo«l « mix «*«! irom their hands ami faces. forcements sent to the I-land of Mann- four days I was on my f«et, and have
The |»>pul«ti«*n of the city of S«*attle, to aee
see to it that tïieir
their comrades have
Navy, Washington: No truth in any
----- show that 544,« »■ officially aniionncd by the Unitd uot died in vatu.'*
A story «*oniea from Los Negros <*on- duqne, where Captain Shields and 51 been there ever since, thanks to Dr.
• '*.l i-hildreii Itelow 14 years of age are
unfavorable reports concerning Villa «■erning the wrecking of the bark Al- men of the Twenty-ninth volunteer in Williams’ Pink Pills for Pal« Peopla.”
Mat"« census bureau, I» Mil,071, aa
"»gaged in industrial pursuits lu Ger- »gainst 42,887 in IHUO, au lucre»»«* of
bolus or her crew. Mauila paper of iiioud, a tradiug vessel, and the murder fantry were either killexl or captured
I hereby certify the above statement
lirrrlvrr Will !<• Arr»«ttod.
4.— Deputy September 8 published false re|torfs.
of the captain, two mates, three whits by the insurgents. At that time Gen is true, to the beat of my knowledge
87.884, <>r 88.12 per cent.
LE ROY BOWEN.
Liriib-n uit-Geimral Miles in bis a ir
sailors anil 15 unlives. She ran ashore eral MacArthur »ent Colonel Anderson and belief.
The Peruvian cabinet has resigned, l'nite*l Stat«*» Marshals Shelly Mustek-
Witnesses: J. . A. Biddeaon, Mrs.
li uni H |»irt ten« ws hi» recomiimndetlon
K u »»I« m » W**lt Two Kight«.
on a coral reef »nd whs quickly sur aud two companies of the Thirty
owing t<> a unanimous vote of censure ton and Geoige II. Burnham, left to
1 r ih« further use of thè automobile in
St. I’etersburg, Oct. 4.—The war rounded bv hundretl» of saxages. Th« eighth volunteer iu fan try, with the Le Roy Bowen.
bv cvngre»», living inevitable aa a re night (or Seattle, from which port they
Mr. Bowen's poatofflce address it
ai'noume» that dispatches from captain, officers and crew were then Yorktown auil two gunlioata, to the re
sult of tlm scandal in connection with
lief of Shields aud bis «.*ouiuiand, if Beauford, Minn, He will gladly an-
Ih" plani of thn lllinol« steel Coin- the purchase of arms ill Belgium and
they were still alive.
swer any inquiries to those enclosing
l’aio hi Jiilint, In ( ha» la eii «Imi tloxxn ilia sllvged use by Seller Itelainuud«*, are charged with the miasion of arrest Tachitschagofl »ent Colour I Kopeikeli were literally runniug with the blood
stamp for reply.
Collision nt San Franciico.
"w ing t,, « im.g ()f („,|nrR
Two thous ex-minister of fluauce, of gowrnmeut ing Alex McKenaie, the ret'eiver tn a with a detachment of Cossacks, rail of the ui<fortunate victims, aud th«
It was nature’s own remedy that
39'1 men lira affected.
fuuils (or Ills |irivate trauMaclioiis.
bring him before the United States cir- force of Chinese, who had occupied wreck everything movable. K. Lyn« reserie »hip Marion and the United accomplished this cure caused by im
•*»' p.pnlatioii of st. Joseph. Mo.,
According to »vnii-olllcial state- cut court of ap|»'als to answer fur con
the railroad at San Chakan. The Rus w»s the murdere«! • ki| per. The tint States shin Ranger were in collision pure blood, for Dr. Williams’ rink
•"'»rdiiig to t|„, Unitad Mate» ccniu-, lilelit", the Ru»si»n naval estimates for
tempt in haviug refused to obey the sians won two onbatinat«* fights. For »ml second oflic« rs aere Julin Garland this morning and troth were damaged Pills for Pale People are com |
" 1 ’-’.‘.li'.l, agMlnat 53.821 tu 1890. an 1901 »how a total ot 97,097.(IBB rou writ of supersedeas issued by J udite
vegetable remedies that exert a
ty-three «load Chinese were left in the aud Peter Mulleu.
about the lower rigging and along the
0" rt-atM. «,f 5O.B55, or 96.81 |mr con».'
bles. »u increase of 10,000,000 rouble« Morrow amie weeka ago. They are treuehea after the seoond engagement.
ful influence in purifying and
Shot by an Unknown ¿•••••In.
ing the blood. Many diseases
v Hr "'»l'iig June 80, fur the current year. The ordinary ex further iiittructcd to call upon the
Captain Belles and Bulger, local in
Mifflin, l'a., Oct. 6. —While reclin
N. Hlrttng Drink for Tontnty.
supposed by the medical profession u.
• the total iiiimiior of fatatagli
United State» military authorities to
Ixvndon, Oct. 6.—Lord Wolseley, the
be incurable have succumbed to the po
" »nips of h || 1,111,1, |»all«,| fu ()1H ('nit- of which IB.000,000 is intended to enforce the return of the various min
commander-in-chief, iu an cqteu letter last night at his home at Oriental, an investigation today of the cause of tent influence of these pills. This uni
sinh*«, including ordinary stamps, strimgllieti the fleet, 3,000,000 roubles ing claims to the people who b«l<l
asks the public wishiug to honor the Juanita county, Adam Goodliug was
versal remedy is sold by all druggists.
'•’»ge due stampa, stam)a««l «nvelo|i«s for harbor work at Libeu, 2,000,000 them prior to litigation.
returning soldiers "to refraiu, while • hot in the mouth by an unknown as- Columbia and the ferrylioat Berkeley.
"" i' i ti ciir.l», reached the etioriuoiis roubles to be ex|a<ii<le<l at Vladivoatock,
extending them a hearty welcome,
Km tn a Abbott*» Father Inaano.
Wpanlah Mlitlaler an Ktiilt«*»»ler.
»‘ ♦1,H*- and 3,000.000 el Port Arthur.
from offering them iutoxioatiug liquors, day Mr. Goodliug was heard to remark nienilters of both crews were examined
Chicago Oct. 1.—A »pedal to th«
New York, Oct. 4.—A dispatch tc
. "”i- an ill, reuse of 400,000,000
K»te Carmack, wife of George Car-
as, like all of us, they are open to that he bad hut two eueuiies iu th«
Chronicle from Milwuakee, »ayi. Ap
niMck, the Klondike millionaire, tiled the Heruld from Valparaiso say»: It temptation.’’ The commander-in-chief world, of oue of whom he was terribly to l>e taken and the case will then be
over thn pr»onding ynar.
plication baa been made to Judge Wall*
submitted for decision.
ti 775"' '^“"Arthur incontly issued a suit in the superior court at Hollis-
_ ___ _______
•Iso says hs trusts the greeting to the iu fear.
ber for the appointment of a guardian
"Honing gennrnl order for the bet- ter. Cal . for divorce, alleging deser alleged to have liven embexsled by ths brave soldiers will tie something better
Hovers Attacked Garman«.
for Seth Abbntt, father of the late Em
Andrup'» Greenland »exploration.
ex-Hpanish minister, Salvador latpea y
tbau an incitement t«> excessive drink.
'he government ot th« city
Loudon, Oct. 6. — A »pedal dispatcq
6. — Lieutenant ma Abbott. Mr. Abbott was adjudged
<•( the ooinmunity projierty, which con Guijarro, is more than $100,000. The
''I xl.iing or,me» .. ..... .
from Shanghai, uuder date of October Andrup’s Greenland expedition ha» ar- insane in the Chicago court« last Fri
money belonged to S|mniah subjects,
Atlanta. Ga., Oct. 5. — Reports from
''h-y "> Manila to sist» of valuable Klondike mines, real
5, says the Chinese report that 2,001) rive«! here on Itoartl the Antarctic. The day, and his commitment erdsre" to a
"" I mihaelvns to their homes after estate in Seattle and other place», »ml
Boxers attacked uo battailous of Ger members of the expedition explored sanitarium at Wauwatoaa. The appli
tut. " 7
Hr" hereby aiiiended large sums deposited in Hollister. Sail th«i fund» from the Chilean governrneut Democratic majority in today’s elec mans at Kail Ku Men, near Pekin. ami approached a hitherto unknown cation for a guard iau u mad« by PrcJ
to pay demand» sustained t>v Spaniards tion for state officer», menibets of tiie
,"’"r •" 11 •’* M-i Hi‘"r
The Boxers, it is added, lost 400 men stretch of laud extending from Cape «rick Abbott, a son, a bo asks that be
during the revolution of 1891. lie general assembly anti local county
k, ............ Die streets will be cleared tire property 1» appraised at $1,500.-
and the Germaua five. The latter are Town, latitude 69 degree« 28 minute» or some suitable person he appointed
Carmack pro|»>se» to contest the
at li>"i*,M,v«' 0'
Will lai eluseti 000.
now »aid to lie burning the Boxers' vil north to Agassis land, 67 degrees 23 guardian. Judge Wallber ha» died
suit, and a »ensutioual trial is antici ment, the minister disappeared, with being practically no opposition to the lages around Pekiu.
liihb i , ’ "ni1 **’" l‘M'” "* D'l'b’r pro
th« hearing for October 23.
Democrats, the vote was light.
out paying a cent to the claimants.
ved lifter .timi hour.”
Nliau U h I K whii Forts Nurrendered.
I »Itfsnce t lalmed Iti bave I mmiii Ittun-I
wlilrh piotr» |i,ut Monili Baker mine»
aie m«l lo Ainrritaii tairllory.
Nitttk lit Collision.
Ntmtl,'' a ’ ih ,^
""•’vice establishment of
'■ i» th" grimiest Imai-
loiicHrn in m 1 b WOrld.
,u,y "»her oonutry, about
"uly 22 ounces.
Peiirls are Iteiiig found in great quan
tities in th" Black ami Hi. Frauds riv
ers, in southwest Missouri.
General Richard O'Grady llaly, tin*
new commamler-iii-chief of the British
troops in Canada, won the distiiigiil-h-
e.l service order in the Egyptian expe
dition of 1883.
Dilling the last three years Husain
has been oolouising Siberia aa far as
possible. At least 800,000 colonists
have beeu sent iuto the country over
th« Trans-Siberian railway.
Philadelphia, Oct. 4.—The British
steamship Eagle Point, Captain Hawi-
■on, from London, for Philadelphia,
which passed in the Delaware break
water today, report» that at 1 o'clook
yesterday morning, Im collided with
the British steamer Biela, from New
York, September HO, for Manchester,
England, aud that the latter ve«»el
»auk. Tim captain of the Eagle Point
report» that all hands ware taken off
the Biela before nite sank aud will b«
I'r r nrr h t »<*« of C'lirlstlaus
wi«wtl In ft han
Oomsa la Truthful.
rittebiirc Pliiiiibtor« Struck.
Dutch Warship» Ordered Vouth.
Pittsburg, Oct. 5. — Fifteen bundled
journeymen plumbers, employed by
115 Arm» iu Pittsburg, struck today for
uniform wages and a revision of the
rules governing th«> trade. All the
»hops owned by members of the Mas
ter lTumber»’ Association are affected.
Shanghai, Oct. th—The Dutch war-
»hip» Gelderlaud and Holland have
»uddenly been ordered to tjwatow anti
Vienna. Oct. 5.—The admiralty has
received the following dispatch from
Taku: "In accordance with the re
quest of Couut von Walders««, the seis-
ure of Shan Hat Kwan was decided
u|»m by a oouudl of th« admirals, Sep
tum lier JU, aud all was pre pa ted for
English »hips were tent to
demand it» »(irrender, and the Ghinea«
Jraloiiffy W m « the C'toutc.
Rocklin, Cal., Oct. 5.—Russell vacated the plaoe. The British then
laindis tonight shot and killed hi» wife hoisted their flag, and the other flag-
aud mortally woundeil Constable W. shipa thereon weut thither and put up
J. Clyde, jealousy was the oause.
their respective flags on the forts.”
Charged With Malta?'» Marder.
Wallace, Idaho, Oct. 6.—The coron
er'» inquest on the body of Matt Mal
ley, who wax murdered Monday morn
ing, concluded today. The verdict
charge» Ed Ilice with the crime. Riot
is in custody.
Havana, Oct. 1.—General Maximo
Gomes has written • letter, in which
“Many persons are mortifi«d at the
prolongation of the American interven
tion. Many also view the situation in
• pessimistic light. But the Ameri
cans are not to blame for the delay, as
the Cubans bare placed obstacle« in
their path. No good man can drubt
that th» promises of th« United States
■•cretary of war and th« American
W«opl« will ba faithfully k«pt.