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FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 18, 1900.
GONE TO SINAN FU
^•»•<1 !• Mor«» Mmu.
Washington, Oct. 18.—Accompany
Colorado Spring., CoL, Oct. 18.*—
Kmiaevslt detmunoed the Deomcratic
ing the ropoitof Major-General Bro-Aa,
Louis K. Ehrich, a member of the Na
issue ol militarism.
Chinese Court Will Not Re cominatnlar of th« department of the Canada Decides to Sell Crown tional
executive committee of the An State Department’s Reply to
British ministerialists bold 857 »«ate
east, to th« war department, was a re-
ti-Imperialist League, belay receive.I
su-l the opposition '.<06.
|»>rt by Major Ktory. Seventh artillery
a telegram from Hixto Lopea, iu B>ai-
Major Ktory states that
Horae buyers for tlermau govern*
ton. one of the foremost Filipinos and
the personnel of the artillery is mani
e>:KSi: TH KN Ullin .»IF, WIKKN meat are lu F.aateru Oregon.
a man who stands near Aguinaldo,
AFKAII) l)F TIIK AI.I.IEH* AKMIKN
rilREE RESERVATIONS ARE MADE
festly inadequate Ui serve th« arma
denying emphatically the authentn ity
A general uprising Is ay lasted iu
of the proclamation purporting to have
llm Mmtlmru provinces of Chius.
there is such geueral re<»giiitlon of this
l»»lr »» ■• !••■ < itllrtllllH l»f ||«*H*» F»**M»
been issued by Aguinaldo in January, 4» tn the P*>riti»n*«nt l.*>g>«tlon <iti«r<lv
< hrn Flrel
Waa Made al Tai Yuan
fact that th«r« will lai an iucreaae iu
*!••> I m «» II smi »!« |»h«'*»»« •’»•••• tit i
1899. in which the Philippine leader
but lha Plana Waa Nut ('or*«
Dismantling of Fort» nnd
Ihrowa Open for Koloralloa
artillery forces al tlie coming Mission of
I m • < «»•
instructed his followers to occupy the
ahiaratl a Mafa Ob».
iog of Rond to P*»kii».
house tops along tbe line which tbe
Au elght-yaer-old levy r.f ICoselmrg.
American soldiers should follow in en
Or., as. killed accidentally while play
|l,ran made I*
Nou I bam lug with a rille.
Washington, Oct. 10.—The effort to nection,” he says, "that the enlisted
Washington, Oct. 13.—The reply of
11.—-Advices from tering Manila, and urging them to
indue« the Chinese impnrial court to force required for one relief to mtvm Dawson, date<l Septeinlver 85, state pour oil and lanling water on the sol th« state dfeartinent to th« French
One man wa. killed ami 12 Injured
Tho < bin«»» court refuse« Io return In a riot in th« anthracite region al return U> Pekin has failed, after a the modern coast armament in this that th« sale of the crown claims in the dier*. Tbe alleged instructions further note, relative to tbe Insis of Chinese
week’s peisisteut effort ou lhe pert of military department Is estimated at Klondike country was to begin Octo incited the Filipinos to use »|«ais, negotiations, was made public today,
lhe |»rw«ra. News hr that effect was 15,1)10 meu. On the 13th ol last Jone ber 2 aud last for several weeks, and which would leave the head of the it reads aa follows:
Frsiive is anxioua *«' •««»»< Yvniian
Mr*. Aim Jaue Harrah, of Lllrerty, brought Ui the stat« <l«|iartmeut today the enlisted strength of tlie heavy bat to («gin sag in November 2. The gold weapon iu th« tssiy of the victim when
"The secretary of state to the French
• >r , an aged and blind woman, was by the Chines« minister, who received teries In the department amount»! V> commissioner of the district estimate» the shaft was withdrawn, and urged charge d'Affairs.
Scut to Mr. Thie-
may withdraw from burim-l to death.
Il via M. I'elr-rslrurg from Viceroy only 4,VM3 men, and of these quite a the number of claim» to be sold ot be other and varied fotms of torture of baut, October 12, 1900. Memoran
An aeronaut fell from a Iralharn al Liu Kutn Ylh and Chang Chib Tung, number of artillery »-Idlers are requir tween 5,000 and 10.000, Men were tbe American soldiers. Lsipez's tele dum:
Minister Wu ed by the exigencies ot the eertice to at work all the latter part of Keptem- gram is addressed to Mr. Ehrich aud
Chamberlain 1» meulfoned as a pus- list S Milla, lAT»., BUd was lu.lalllly under date of <)<-tols-r 4
"The government of tbe United
States agrees with that of France in
dbls (UosnM.r »1 Kaltabury.
killed. Il was his 381 at WMensiou received tire message last ulght. it garrison |»>ata which are uot properly l-e." ascertaining the exact number. reads:
wss as follows:
‘‘Boaton, Mas»., Oct. 12.—Tbe proc recognizing as the object to lie obtain
To do this the titles of all the claims
| ha ministerial majority In Ute llrlt-
Tbomaa Nherlrlan, 60 yean oli, a la
"It may also l-e stated that with th« in the district, about 20,000, had to be lamation to which you refer is a ciurn- ed from the government of China ap
■’The dejaartur« of their Imperial ma
|.l> |«i)l unellt will •* from I6U k* I6t). borer employed lu a ahlugle mill al
jesties lur Mieu hi (provime) was due exception of the artillery school
looked up. The claims are nearly all •7 forgery, which is only believed by propriate reparation tor tlie past ami
I rails* Council order» slrlknou husk talrhamu. Waah., was ruu over by a to distressing conditions at Tai Yuan Fort Monroe, Ya., there is not in an
creeks and old timers at Dawson be bitter opponents. It is the work, no sulatautial guarantees for the future.
Ils'. buildings. Over l,<HX) men ar» tram sud killed.
Fu. There Is a scarcity of food sup important harbor iu the United States lieve that many of them are rich.
lonbt, of tbe Spaniards or the monks,
"The presirient is glad to perceive in
Th« American marines from I’ekln plies iu lhe province of Khan Ki on ac even the minimum number of off'xer»
All the claims that the public will who try to create ill feeling he tween the liasis of negotiations put forward
Ths liners now occupy Wepiier. as have arrived al Jaku, where they will count uf the long continued drouth and and meu r.-qune-l by the coast artillery not purclia»« will be thrown open for the Americans and the FilipiDos to the in tlie memorandum of October 4 the
well as liouxvtlle and Flckaburg. lu Im prlne.1 |>y the Tien Tslu Irallallou, the provincial capital (Tai Yun) is al regulations for the service of mtsleru relocation 80 days after the list is pub discredit of t«e latter. No such dis spirit that has animated the declara
most deserted, the trades |a«>ple having armament fire, coutrol ami direction.'’ lished. Ns one knows much about the graceful or diabolical proclaamtion tion* heretofore made by all tbe j>ow-
lIra ii if" lllier colony, ami the Bilttsh and sail on the Indiana for Cavite.
Major Ktory comment* upon the ar claims, as to whether they are rich or was ever issued by Aguinaldo."
ers interested and would "be pleased to
are sltempilug Io surround lhem.
The wlleol a ndulater al Atchison. left ou account of the distur baucee
Kixto Lopez's telegram was called see the negotiations begun immediately
Fire prtnma »ere killed ami 75 In Kan.. Jumped Into a cistern with her caused and continued for months by tillery leorgamxatiou bill now pending not, but it is believed that Mime have
th« Boxer relaels, who had invaded that in rongre*», and says it Is a senoux de thousands, aud perhaps millions, bid forth by a query sent to him by Mr. upon tbe usual verification ot creden
jure! m • railway collision al Karl» 8-year-old child and Ixrth were
province with the eucouragnment uf fect of the measure that it does uot in them.
Ehrich as to the authenticity of the al tials.
thor, Germany. I be a«M ideal was doe
Governor Yu. Their majesties, there ■apply aulficient officer» for stat! ad-
"It may lie convenient to enumerate
Th« M«we lit Dawion.
tn au error lu «Iguallug. Hue official
The result ol the Ural day of regis fore, were obliged to pr>a-eed to bhen uilnistiation.
the clauses of the memorandum and
ha. been arrested.
tration In Chicago fur th« presidential Klffl, where t«l«graplii<- communication
PECULIAR INSURANCE SUIT.
"The number of officers now absent
to add some observations di lated by
Flee lb us«ml pilgrims asaniulrled al »1» lion, wh|. h occur* nest mouth, with Khanghal and other parte of the from their batterie»," he »ay», "is the Dominion government has decided
tbe attitude of the United States in the
lbs M Nlk«l»le» mirtiaslery, In lira shows that 2H'>,lfll votera entered their empire is open ami rapid communica pro)>aldy in excess of 40 per cent, and to offer for sale all government claim* Man Want» to Recover Policy on Wife present circumstances:
Whom He Murdered,
I'urkhoff dl.lrl.l. M l'eler«loirg. lor
tion with their majesties may therefore there is no pro»|«ct in the near future
“First—Tbe puuishrnAnt of the
a tailglous Ir.llral
During the nlglrl
be carried on, thus court and official of improvement in this respect. H lh<-
the development of some of the best cover insurance upon the life of his guilty parties who may Is- designated
on,. <>l the upper floor* <s>lla|Med an-l registered.
business may I«' transacted more expe lil 11 ;«»«■! in its present form this un
liy the representatives of the powers at
property in the Yukon valley. Tbe
many ul Ibtae alreplng there fell u|e>n
A cablegram received from Commie- ditiously by their presence in Klien Ki fortunate condition will l>e aggravated, claims to be offered included all tbe al wife, whom be killed Decemtier 31, I'ekin. The Chinese government has
1893. has been commenced in this city alrea-ly indicated its intention to pun
Ihuw 1*1 «
A piUP was caueerl l-y a sl< irer-r reneral I'eck. al Fans, contains ra'lu-r thau In Khan Ki.
since otlh ers must be withdrawn from
ternate claim» that have reverted to
lain alarm of lire, *u<l four meu and 86 au auriouucemenl rf tlual results ob*
"The reasons for tire temporary post- tbs Ustteries for staff administration. the crowu from various causes. It is by Professor S. C. Shortridge, who is ish a numlM-r of those responsible for
now residing at Kennett sqaare, in
women were <ru.l>ed Io death, many t«in«-l at lire »(position by the coun ponemeut of their majesties' return to It is, therefore, earnestly recommended
estimated that there are between 8.000 Cheater county. The suit, which is t<F the recent disorders. The representa
other, treliig ..-rlmi.lv Injured.
tives of the powers at I'ekin may sug
tries in th« »ay of awards. The Cnil- i'ekin are the presence of the allie.1
and 10,01)0 such claims in the Klon recover the sum of *77,022 from the
gest additions to that list when nego
Arrangements for building 8,000 erl r-tales revel><al 2.476 awards; tier forces there, ou account of which so basis as lulautry or cavalry iu provid dike.
tiations are entered.
freight rar. lur the llalllmore A Ohio marry, 1,626; I .real Britain. 1.117; licitous fear la doubtless entertained, ing officers for staff work."
"Second—The continuance of tbe in
The Unltel Mtatee la-sides a danger of th« outbreak of epi
LOST IN THE DESERT.
rally-rarl Itv the 1‘ullmau l‘um|-anv. al lluasia. 1.418.
tory of life insurance. The tragedy terdiction against the imp>rtation of
STRIKERS IN A RIOT.
I'ullmau, III . has treen .omplated. leads m>| ouly in ibe graud total, bn* demic disease, which usually follows
rma. It is not understood that this
alter great disturbances, destruction of I h*» •**<’«»»»<1 Kerlnua Affray in Ilia A it Narrow Ficap* of Bi njer Hermann' which ended the tbe life Mrs. Short-
The-' lltract calls lur '.*,600 tars rars, «Iso In all grades of awards, fro
ridge was enacted in Media. Several luterdiction is to lie permanent and tbe
Hrotbwr aud Two Other*.
ea-h with a capacity of 00,000 pounds, <rand prlSste to merely honorable men property and military operations. 1
veals before Professor Shortridge had duration of it and the details of its reg
is Ivoperl that the powers will Ire con
Chicago, Oct. 11.— A dis|>atcb to
and EDO flat rare. Tim total c<al of the tion.
Ilsxlrton. I'a., Oct. 12.— A *|>ecial
come to Media witli his wife and fam ulation seem a propel subject of dis
rolling stock will l>r 91,066,000. Th e
Inferring to th« mooted purchase ol siderate in their judgment iu this mat policeman was killed, another war the Chronicle from Phoenix, Aria, ily. and established what was known
cussion bjr tbe negotiators.
I. the eeeoud large order lur freight lire Danish West Indies l>y the United ter.”
wounded in the head, a striker was says:
as tbe Media academy for young men.
"Third—Equitable indemnities for
I. B. Hanna, cousin of Mark Hanna,
The important feature of the message proliably fatally shot and 10 nouunioii
eapilpinciil given by the llalllmore A stale* the Copenhagen correspondent
For several years the venture was suc the governments, corporatti ne aud pri
Ohio management allllln the last week. >1 th.- Hallv felegrapii says: "The re is tire confession tiist the court is re men were more or less seriously wound superintendent of foreet reserve» for cessful, the school having a high-class
The Or.l order was lor 6,000 steal cars, newed negotiations will result, 1 Im- st rain cl bv fear of the allied forces ed at the Oneida colliery, of Coxe Aritona and New Mexico; A. F. Her patronage. Then Mrs. Shortridge died. vate individuals. This is an object
desired by all the powers. Tbe Rus
mann. brother ol Land Commissioner
la, <Sat f>1.000.UDO.
Ilers. In lire purchase. The opposition from returning io Pekin. The move Brothers, in a clash lietweeu lhe offi
Iu Novemtier, 1893, Profersor Short sian government has suggested that in
Hating found the native. of Tttlulla parly In the banish |aarliament favors
ridge married Miss Dixon Jones.
Ths dead |>olicemau is Ralph Mills, had a thrilling experience and almost Shorthr alter Ins second marriage, the ease of pn tracterl divergence of views
St to >er.e a. |a>||cen an and maintain the transa- lion, but urges the govern dowager alsrut 8tM) miles farther away
thia matter might 1« cominemle<l to
aged 60 years, of Beaver Meadow, alio
peace an-l order. I miimau.ler II, F, ment to obtain a larger price than lhe
professor l>egan to act strangely. The th* consideration of the international
Tilley larllevea they would ma ho excel- C tilted Mates has previously off ere. I statements contained in the message by was one of the officers conveyed in a the grand canyon ot the Colorado and night of the killing, six weeks alter
,-ourt of arbitration of The Hague. The
lent soldier, to man llm Itirtlficalioua It Is understrasd that America wishes reaanu of lhe direct telegraphic com special train early tliis morning from the Utah state line. When within 40 the marriage. Profes«or shortr|dge in
president thinks this suggestion worthy
of I’ai g-r I'atigo barlwrr. In prlvaie loosest, trull as a uatal coaling munication with Kha tig ha i the court that place to Oneida. He was shot miles of Lee's E’errv they camp»I for vited his wife to go out with him for a
tbe attention of tbe powers.
the night and their horses escape.I.
practically will l>e nearer for the pur through the back.
letter. t<> officers on duly ha has Indi- stulioo.**
walk. A short distance from the bouse
pose« (>f negotiations with the outside
"Fourth—The organization in Tebin
Those seriously wounded are: George Pierce was tost from the party and , he shot her through the heart and then
ratal that they would maha effective
Bryan concluded hla Pair of Illinois. world, than tt was at Tai Y uan.
Kellnor. aged 3H. ol Beaver Meadow, after journeying over hunting sauds all attempted suicide, but was disarmed. of a permanent guard fur the legation*.
■rtilleri men. To enlist a regimaut of
Cecil llboder. will re-enter politics.
also a special officer, received shot day. Hanna wa» so exhausted that be In tbe trial which followed, I’rofeesor The goverument of the United States
h.tive., ii w.rnld l-e ne.-eswary to ob
FINDS A SNUG SUM
wounds in the head, but wi<l rccovei; could not proceed. Hermann contin S'oriridge was acquitted on the (- unable to make any permanent en-
tain r|«<-lal authority from imngtere.
The empress dowager is said to Ire
J< mu -ph la-kow, agevl 3H, of Slie| ptou. a ued his search for watet. which he dis ground of insanity, and was contiue.I yagement of this nature withuat the
Hewderaaee Hieing |-r»|wr«r That Wss
The nail.wI m > are acting as police- III.
i.uthorizatiou of tlie legislative branch,
allot iu the groiu and will covered five miles further on. He re in au asylum until a year ago.
Ineu were enlisted by Commander 'III*
Ilolmrta will uarue his own succes
turned with water to Hanna who was
but in ire present emergency we have
ley as laud.men. Il I. likely. fat«,
Kt. Paul. Oct 10.—Through the
stationed iu i’ekin au adequate legs-
Teu nouuniou men were stoned, but unconscious and almost dead.
ROW AT MATANZAS
publication of a dl»|>atch in today 'a
erer, that a force of marines will 1«
Colville Indian reservation is Opened Pioneer I'ress. Mrs. Ii. K. Butterfield, only two of them were M-nouely in following day a cowbov discovered
permanently Halloaed nt I’ango rang».
"Fifth—The dismantling of the fort*
jured. They are John Van lUargin and Hanna and Hermann wandering aim General Fight Hetwrrn American Cav
The llosr. are a. live In Orange River
alry and Cuban Police.
lessly about the desert aud directed
it Taku. The president reserves the
|(<a,s«ve!l spoke to au immense audi *200,000 wealthier than she imagined. James Tosh, of Khepptou. Die former them to their destination. A search
Havana, Oct. 13.—At Matauxas yes •xpression of his opinion as to this
In lM)0, while on an excursion to the sustain»! scalp wounds, ami the lattei
ence In St. laruis.
ing party later found Pierce, frantic terday a Cuban policeman interfered ueasure pending the receipt of further
Ilitoaevell .poke to two big meet Illg*
liad (our ribs broken.
Canada will sell crown mininy
In I hlcago.
The Oneida cuiliery bad beeu in with thirst. The three men were takeu with two niemliers of tbe Second Unit information in regard to the situation
with Thomas P. Harkin, uf Boston,
clams in Klondike.
ed States cavalry. The quarrel culmi in China.
since tlie inauguration of tlie to Flagstaff Monday.
also a member of the |iartv. They be
Jap.nrw trvaipa are withdrawing
nated in a general fight between the po
I .«neral Brm.ke urges reorganisation came engaged and the wedding date strike. The uniou men at Oneida aud
‘‘Sixth—The military occupation of
from t 'hiua.
CONGER HAS A LIST.
lice aud soldiers, wiio arrived upon tbe two or three points ou the road from
of the army on mmlvru llnea.
was fixed. Shortly after Harkin was Sheppton decides! early this morning
Ib-arke I'orkran discussed th« isaiins
Conger has prepared a list of Chiuear taken sick and died. Before his death to close tiie mine. They gathered in More lllgli Chlorwe Official» Marked for is ene simultaneously. After the police Tien Tsin to I'ekin. The mine obser
In T”|w-ka, Kau.aa.
bad shot Trooper Turey, of Troop D, vation which has beau made iu refer
I* uiiiah in «•nt.
he executed for his affianced a quit groups ou tin- streets as early as 3
officials that should be punished.
Ihe battleship Tetaa may l-e |rerman*
one other soldier aud oue civilian, a ence to No. 4 applies also to tin- pro)«-
s'clra-k. As the nonunion meu went
Idaho Mol Ilers* Home was deatnryed
•ntlv retired fro.n sort Ire.
Honduras, t'ornmunication with the b> Work they were asked by the strikers meeting today, winch occupied alamt uumla-r of tn«q>ers of troop 1) tried to sition. The president is unable tc
by lire. < >uw Inmate was euffovatad.
Homluran goverument ofBciala led to b> lemaiu al borne. Koine turue l luick, two and a half hours, was devoted al bieak into the gnu room to get their commit the United States to a perma
I tenia Io .truck llm town of itlwa-
The Amerl.-au Bible Society fur* the lielief that the pro|«-rty was not athen did not. Those who went to most exclusively to a discussion of tbe weapons, but tbe quick sclion of Cap nent jiarticipatiou in such occupation,
bik. In Northern Mluuaauta, killing
nine perrons, Injuring sotcral other« uiahr-s a list ol missionaries killed by worth ibe trouble of tiling formal trans the cuiliery were stoued. Van Blir- Chinese situation. Special considera tain Foltz of troop D in forming troops nut lie thinks it desirable that the |s>w-
fer. Last winter, however, the prop gin, one of the nonuniou employes, at tion was given to the French note, and L and M in skirmish order made it im »rs shall obtain from lhe Chinese gov-
an-l doing damage lu the amount ut llosers.
greatly increased iu value and the tempted to draw a revolver, but the it is understood that a more or less de possible for the excited cavalrymen to -rument the assurauce of their right to
John <J. I'ackarrl, a wealthy mine
pass. Lieutenant Willard is said to roard their legation in Fekin aud to
weapon was takeu from him ami he re
Hrnonihq docks of the Atlanllo owner of Salt Imke, made a donation aynidcate that bad it in charge offered ceived a la-ating. This occurred just finite conclusion was reached as to the have beta slightly hurt while endeavor have the means of unrestricted access
Transport Line, lu llm North river.
claim deed from Mi»» Gtitfin.
In before starting time at th« mine. Tlie it has not yet l>een put in diplomatic ing to quiet tbe men. The troopers to them whenever required.
New York, de.f roved on« ol the piers brary lu that city.
of strikers remained at the colliery all form
"The president believes that the gov
Its purport will uot be made declare they will have revenge, and
ul the company, with all tl......... -rcliau-
General MacArthur reportcri Io the
Captain Noies ba< ordered all confined ernment of France ami the othei pow
public for the preseut.
dlaeou It. entailing a loan ol flfh.lHM). war department that the transport that young lady had been lost and not
even the names of her parents colud ire
Jiqmn Turns t«> Russia.
it developed today that Mr. Conger, to the barracks. The feeling is strong ers will see in the reservations we have
fhe population of the city of Tacrv Roaecrans and the transport Argyle found.
in compliance with a suggestion from lietween the Cohans anil cavalrymen. here made no obstacle to the initiation
"'*• Wash, according to the United arrived at Manila with Light Batteries
Mrs. Butterfir-bl, on reading the dur- public sentiipent in Japan, while it Secretary Hay, had submitted to the Tbe authorities here look upon the in of negotiations on the lines suggested
for IV ihi , Is officially an- C ami M. Seventh artillery, Majot l>. patch todrvv, at once took steps to partakes of the general bea ildeimcut state department a list of 10 or 12 cident as a pay-day tight, butau inves and be ho|>es it will be found practica
Bounrrdaa 37,104, against 811,001 in (I. tm-enough.
ble to l«-giu such ueg'.tiatious al au
identify herself and will shortly roe rive arising from the muddle iu Vhiua, in names of Chinese officials who were tigation has been ordered.
1*80. an increase of |,7UH. or 4 84 tart
I*. II. Gilbooley, oounsel for the the snug »urn, which comiva to her in so dicates quite plainly that there is a prominent in the Boxer movement
Gas Tank Fsplutled.
"llsabethport. N. J., Banking C-ot
romantic a nianner. Her huslraud is '«elded tendency toward joining hands aginst tlie foreigners and iu a great
a clerk iu the Great Northern Kailway vitli Russia, should this empire's nat measure were responsible for the as
It is o III cl a 11 y announced by the con- ■any, announced that William debt I
Stoltz was killed and Fred Reis severe
ural allies. Great Britain and America, saults upon tbe legations in Pekin. ly injured by the explosion of au acety
•"» Imrnun tfiat the population ol rbs tier, a missing clerk of the Irank, was . offlons
turn the rold shoulder to her. At the These officials, Mr. Conger believes, lene gas tank in the basement of Reis' note has given a eaH-Mnhwr 1«.
stateNew Hampshire la 411,588.
Tin rint«* Milla llraume.
1,1 1890, llm population wire 376.580. and that the Irank directors had made
Pittsburg, Oct. 10.—The American same time it is iwrfectly well known should be included with Prime Tuan saloon, at 10:30 this lorenoou. The the Chiueoe negotiations sn-i were it
•I«' iimreaM. being 86,0611. or 9.80 per grard the aomuirt of the shortage.
Tin-Plata Uompany will have in opera here that Russia's bopes are centering and others iu any punishments which gas plant had uot been used for a year. not for the reports of military activity
Ixrrd tieorgu Hamilton, aeoretary of tion this week 20 uf its tin-plate plants in an ultimate alliance with Ja|>an— are to l>e inflicted upon those who took Stolts, who was a plumlier. aud Mr. in China ou the part of some of the
1.1 Hung i hang has ordered there* state for ludia, has receivetl th« lol- out of 35 giviug employment to at least and it may lie that tlie latter, if tlie a prominent partiu tiie I'ekin outrages. Reis undertook to remove the tank powers the outlook would tag ;' jgrll> rr
Western friends forsake ber, will turn It is not unlikey that tbe position of
They carried a fol a s|>ee<ly opeuiug , -.TMEM*N*yv
"""'""'I rate escort to I', kill of live lowing front laird Curson: "The gen 86,000 workmen. The tin-plate com- to her semi-Anisic neighlior as the only thia government iu regard to tiie p in- from the ground.
«"Iglan nugincerw ami 16 missionaries, eral condition of crops is excellent, l>any employs iu nil over 60,000 work
lighted caudle which ignited the gas, ferred js-a.» neg> t lat ion «¿J T*
have lawn kept prisoners many and except In a |>ait of Bom tray famine men, and wilbiu a few weeks, it i» resource for the settlement of tlie East iu reply to the French note.
which ha<l formed iu tbe tank. Stoltz's uieating the memoraud-.u*
!'•<• Ting l u. LI llung conditions are disappearing. The to said, every plant in the country will la« ern problem. That it will lie a dis
left arm was torn nearly off, the axil baut. Secretary Hay n<l'*7Tf
hang ia apparently doing Ilia utmost tal numla-r on the relief list has (all«n working. The Monongahela mill, of agreeable and unwelcome recourse goes
lary arterv was severed, and b* received congratulations ou the rtiurxu ot the
Actor InAtantly Killed-
this city, the Dernier plant and the one without saying. Tlie result of tlie
*>> please i Im powers.
Huntington, W. Ya., Oct. 9. — W. J. injuries from which he died half au French goverument. which he looks
Chinese campaign and the facilities for
Bridge Uompany at Keuningtoii started tovlay, and th« roni|»riMin between the soldiers of the McCauley, of Philadelphia, au actor hour later. Reis was badly cut and u i sui as the initiation of a satisfactory
At Trenton. N. J., Rddte McBride,
others will follow as soon a» possible.
solution of the Chinese problem.
"bl, died from burns receive,I t-l.ared a contract hr furnish all of the Nearly every plant in the gas belt will ’ different nationalities, which it hss playing with "A Woman iu tha Case" bruised from concussion, but will re
* id« playing "Indian" with compatr*
Situali«« Is Critical.
commence tonight, and by the eud of sfforded. has lieeu to awaken a pro
"■i". McBride was tied to a stake and tion of a big arsenal at Kure, Japan. the week every one of tlie 20 will Ire found contempt for Russiau soldiery Newman. McCauley aud three friends a wife.
Oct. 13.—Accoidiug to a dis
had entered a restaurant anil were
>i-> ■'othlng saturated with gasoline The money value of the oontraet is t>e- operating to their full capacity. The ou the part of the Japanese.
patch received by the German navy
Rebellion in the South.
talking to Misa Dorsey Browu, when
then ignih-d. The boy broke loose tween 1250.000 and *300,000. It plants have been idle since the expira
A TKre« nays' right.
Shanghai, Oct 18.—Cheng, the Tao- league, the situation in South China 9
Newman opened tire, killing McCauley
ran acreauiiiig to his Imine, where will require six months to turnish the tion of the scale in Juno last.
London, Oct. 11.—Tlie Timea pub instantly, Newman escaped to Ohio. tai, has returns from General Lu, re exceedingly critical,
material, ami it must Ire delivered at
says that Chang Weih Hong, who ad
the war de|wrrtmcnt has approved Kure within a year.
broken out in the southwestern part of vised tlie empress dowager to enroll the
Mojor Hchlon N. Clark Dead.
Santo Domingo, Oct. 10.—The gov Vredefort, Orange River Colony: "The
Ollicialg of the North German Lloyd
•" •»hanative opinion by Judge Allvo*
British column had a three days' tight,
Washington, Oct. 11. — Major Sel Kwang Se province, that his 30,000 Boxers in the army, has beeu ap|suut-
neral Lieber to the effect that Steamship Company al New York City the constitutional guarantees on ac from October 5 to 7, with General De don Noves Clark, a widely known troops are inadequate aud that the needs »I governor of the new Chinese capital,
1 '«ntr-ea fril|„ a volunteer legiment, have awarded a oontraet for a monu count of the revolutionary movement wet's commando of 1.000 men and five uews|mper man, who had l>eeu con at least 100,01)0 to cope with the danger Sinan Fu. It is further asserted that
|HIsoimra of War, are discharged ment to be erected in a plot owned by in the interior, headed by General guns. It took place in a veritable sea noted witli the Washington bureau of which is directed st the Manohus and many Chinese have been decapitated at
mu the so,vice on the same date ii|a>n the company in a cemetery in North Richardo, although it is »»sorted that of mountains near here. The Boers , tiie New York Tribune for 22 years, threatens to !>e worse than the Tai Ping Chin Kiang, ' |>ruviuce of Kiang Ku.
mil'' '-i-***' 'r "’’•»•’•‘•"ifo* 1* mnstered Hudson, in memory of the )«raoiia who order has Ireen restore-1 anti that Rich- were dislodged aud dispersed, and they died here today of heart failure, lie rebellion. It is understood that the F
'b’cialon was tiniairtant as lost their lives in the groat lire that ardo lias been captured. All is quiet tied demoralised. The British casual was au authority ou political and econ Yangtze viceroys have rent 20,000
troops to suppress the rebellion.
"'•ting the pay and status of nuiuy destroyed the piers and steamer» of the here.
company at llolarken, on Juue 80 lust.
1 era serving on detached duty.
Jerome, Aris., Oct. 12. — Miners em- J
Dint rest In <’ u I» m .
Plague h* India.
Coinage in India.
Havana, Oct. 10.—Governor-Genera ployed on the 500-foot level of the
11. — "Bubonic
Hoed improvemeiits ha» begun in the
White blat-kberrlim and green roses
Simla, British India, Oct. 18.—The tista. teacher i
secretary of state has completed the
. .... . Propsgated in U-u.iaiia thia Philippines, with monoy oolleotud
tour of iiiveatigHtioii in the province of ly tliis morning the ground giving Mail from Bombay, "is becoming epi purchase of £1,000,000 of silver for boys lit re, was adNHBxiffv *" *
from customs at Manila.
Kalita Clara, re|airta only a partial re way over I heir heads. Tlie alarm was demic in many districts of the Bombay coinage into rupees, and £1,000,000 iu evening l>y the .1l*i«~Bqpr' >ff au old
musket placed on the taMci by a small
Lorin rears, of Hadley, Ma»»., died covery from the effects of the war in immediately given, and in a short presidouev.
s«v»nty-two new coal mines have
Alarming increases are
The boy pupil. She was 23 years old, and
Ilia father lived to that scctiou of the island. Although time the 300 men employed in the mine rejsirted from Poona and Belniaum, gold is lieiug shipped to London.
'I o|»nierl ip Prnmda thia year, in* St the age of 100
silver purchased replaces gold in the
u,.',?ll'" "iitpui for 11)00 by a.600,* Ire III), and his six brothera and sisters ho found uo actual want iu the district were taken to tlie surface without in while the coast ports are iufected. The current res.-rve, under the recently came to Montana three years ago from
all passed 70.
of Saucti Spintus, for instance, there jury. At H o’loock thia moriiipg the cotton crop has withered in Aheme- passed act. When the coinage of the Leaveuworth, Kan. Her family mime
sink had extended in succession to the dagar anil Bijaptir districts iu conse
James Ellis Tucker has sailed for was great need of assistance to allevi- ,
to ho the beat apple
lust purchase is completed, eight ami
ate agricultural distress. Thin was , various levels of tlie mine until the quence of the drought.”
Au abun laut life does not show itself
a half crores of rupees will have beeu
'l> in the history of Cunaila not
asked frit by tho muiiici|uility of Saucti top was readied, the sunken ground
hoi i tl"’ 'liientity, but quality—is an I ............... I the Hawaiian islands so
Kruger relic* have lieeu sold at auo« added to the stock of ruuees since Feb iu abundant dreaming, but iu ahuu-
showing that alaiut 300 feet square navi
win '”'t “I'PruHcliiug tlie hai vest sea as to bring them up to the standard u/ exai Wood from tho iusular fund
tiou iu London.
those at home
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