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KLAMATH FA LLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 8, 19OÜ.
British Iriaips la Alrica
ordnind to Chili«.
Tk. N.w V„rk l*.r.«l(«r I aught In ■
I .«(Ing ItoMaa In Ba.tew.
!>»•• fwrat» A Hark Mafia
Boston, Nov. 1.—Cornelia. L. Ai
Mount Pleasant, Pa,, Nov. 3.— Four
rol d, Jr., the absconding note teller ol
Italian miners attempted to rob Pay
the First National Bank ot New York
| Clerk William Hostler, of the Soo In- Government Claims
A census «hows that the City el
city, who is charged with stealing
west Connellarille Coke Company,
M vx I ki , M«xluo, has a population ol
>700,001) from the bank, was arrested
while be waa making hia trip today lx-
here tills afternoon by Chief Inspector
tween thia city aud Aiverton with the
I ight distinct earthquake shocks A
William B. Watts, ol this city, and
pay roll ol the Aiverton A Tarr Works,
THE MOVEMENT WAS PREMATURE
were felt in J«, ksouvIHs, Fla., but uo
lietective Armstorng, of New York, in
■moanting to >4,000. Mr. Hostler is
damage wa« dons.
sn ordinary lodging bouse at tbe corner
dead, his companion. Harry Burge««,
I Im \ enesuelan government has de Tarmai*. K-lel,llshi,i""l tk. «<-••• • ■ ■il West Norton street and Burlington
messenger of the company, is wounded, Th. Clergy Implicated In the AiTalr,
lb« IHsustur M«n,
cree.I the re.umpion of payment of In-
two of the Italian« are dead, a third
Which Was Hi reagtheaed by the
Wer» M lilt'd.
t.,e«t on «)| dvbta aud iuaus from Nov-
fataily wounded and the fourth is in
Crisis In Catalaala.
he was glad the suspense was ended,
and was willing to go ba< k to New
Hostler and Burge«« left this city at
Alvord, th« slwcotidcr, was art set ml I
Many propio were killed aud injured
New York, Oct. 81. — A« the mult York without papers. A hack was
Washington. No». 1.—Order« hav«
Madrid, Nov. 8.—The latest new« of
In tencsuela |,y sn earthquake, aud ol a small tire, «everal eiploalons of called, and lie was driven to police beeu sent to Pekin detaching General 1 o’clock thia afternoon with tbe «af«
|U IV B'oll
containing tbe money. When they tbe Carlist movement 1» mure favorable
Ja|M>n wbhee to hold (lie balani e of I railr «■; and telephonic communication I'lo-uilial« occnrred in Tarrant At Co. '« beadquarters, and alter lx I ng measured James K Wilson from duty as chief ol
■ eached tbe summit of th« long hill to the government. It 1» awerted that
ta lliterrut t«d.
drug store, at Warren aud Greenwich aud phoUigraphed under the Bertlllon staff under General Chaffee, and direct
puwrr m Hi" ' 'riciit.
just below which lie« Aiverton, a large the chief of the Berga band baa offered
system, be waa taken to New York on ing film to return to the Unted States. coke town, without a «ecowi's warn to surrender, if he is pardoned, out is
there have been serious tax riots in
Thu clgarmnkcr» of Tampa, Florida,
It had been the purpose of the govern ing four Italians fired a volley from is added that tbe government has de
the Horst district ot Roumanla. Two building« aud badly damaged a score the 5 o’clock train.
srs -ml on « •trike.
Inspector Watts, in an interview, ment to make General Wilaon a mem- their hi«ling place, and sprang forward, cided to act vigorously and pariton n >
wore killed, and the of other«. The loaa of lite is not known,"
Fall fishing <<u
troops w ho were .ent to enforce pey- but from all sources ot information it ■taler! that tbe department waa first in b- r of tbe pr<>j«e-teKl American comtuis- firing as they advanced. Mr. Hostler one.
The Basque provinces remain
«lami al an • n 1
Un til wore ro.|.ted by the |«asaute, 1« gathered that there are perha|>a fo! med that Alvord was In this city s’ou to treat wi’U the Chinese govern fell dead at the first volley. Young quiet.
The following statement has
the bodlea of 80 peraoiw In the ruiiw, last Wednesday morning, when Henty ment fur a settlement, but the aban
I who killed eight ol them,
Burgess, the wounded man, was able to been issued by tbe Spanish minister of
though, bacause ol the hot debris and
donment of that plan iu favor of direct return the robbers’ fire with effect, and tbe interior:
llm Husqurhanna Coal Company, at the slow tiara ol the moving ot it, no Alexander, of lienver, Colo., tele
phoned that he bad seen Alvord in th« negotiations throogh Minister Congei one of the number at the horse«' heads
Damage by Uno«) I i. reporfeil from lav I \5||||« iii Ponn, Pa., granted the de-
“The revolutionary movement ia on
l»ody had Iraen removed up to mid Hotel Touraine. He stated that hr made It unnecessary to retain General
fell dead. A few seconds later be fired the dei liue. It ia now limited to the
t'ro.Mi, B is , aii-l Wlnottn, Minu.
iiiauds of lira mineworkers In that col- night. Chief Cioker, of the fire de
knew him well, had done buainesi Wilsou in China.
hie revolver in tbe face of another, and band in the mountains near Berga,
|*rulesMir Mat 'IiiIler, the famous i lliery and will resume operations
partment, said tonight that the loss la with b*m in New York, and described
Tbe reported decision of tbe minis as tbe thief fell bis two remaining com which is fleeing lie fore several columns
plul'd'>gi«t. di1"1 I" lamduu. agral 77.
fully >1,500,DUO. The buildings de him perfectly. This information wat ters at Pekin to add two more Cbine«-
panions. tiecame terrified, aud, leaving of government troops. The rest uf the
I ih« I'ountry, 700 tuou bring employed. stroyed were:
Tli.ru •»< a getterai r«.<iiuptInn <il
wired to Captain McCluskey, of New leaders U> those who shall be executed, tbe dead one, set out with the wounded penainula is calm. The troops have
wrk Iu Ibv |’i nnsylvatiia coal r«>gl»u.
York, who immediately sent Detectivs Prince Yi aud Yang Nie, appears tc one over tbe bill to the south.
returned to lgualada. They encoun
the llomr.teail «tnel works, at Pitta- lure, occupied by Tarrant A Co., Sergeant Tinker here to identify him. be tbe first indication that tbe mini«
Ihe new gold strike Iu the Baker
Burges« managed to drive on to Ai tered no revolutionaries.”
burg. tlir<* workmen, Andrew Dliklv, a ho less In druggists; the F. T. Witte
In the meantime Chief Watte and teis themselves do not accept as suffi verton with the body of Mr. Hostler
C ty, Ur., wuiiliy, I. vxlvn.tve aud
The Movement Wa« Framattfr«.
Michael Ikmdrr and John Harriett, Hardware Compauy aud Brvi teuliaih Detectives Douglass anil Morrissey went cent the edict of tbe Chinese emperor
and the safe, where be gave the alarm.
Paris, Nov. 3.—The Temps this
were terribly burned. Dulikiv and A Co., manufacturer« of patent medl- to the hotel, but could not And the that be will punish the individuals a>
Mount Pleasant and vicinity, with tbe
A Dem" ratio leader predict, that Doudor. It 1« thought, will dis. Tira 1 clues.
Inquiry of the hotel peopls they were specifically named by China clerical force of the coke company, evening publishes a dispatch from Ma
drid, which says the military authori
Idaho will givo Bryan n majority uf • «plosion was caused by alcohol uum-
Heven-story brick building, o«vcu- brought out tbe fact that a man an as among those to ire punished.
turned out, and soon corralled the two,
pied by FppeuB, Smith A Weinman swering the description had reig-tered
Ing Iu contact with natural gas.
Prince Yi is one of the first prince« wbu had concealad themselves in a field ties of Barcelona are censoring all the
«• Bryan Sterling, and had been as of China. In the edict of Septembei on tbe Durstine farm, a mile from this local papers, that all information re
Chlcaro I- • tulfi< e cli-rk. hare affili
Official confit mation has tHwn re- Company, ooffee-roastlug hou«».
specting the Carlist« is prohibited, and
Five-story brick building, occupied signed to a room, bnt that be had not 25 it waa ordered that be be stripjied ol
ateli w Illi lb" tuierlvau 4 «eli rat lull uf mite.I «t Vienna from Mostar, in Her-
town. A summons to surrender was
On tbe arrival of Detectivs his rank and office. Yang Nie ia pres auswered by a volley, in which one of that nothing is allowed to be tele
sogovine, ol the report« of a oolliaton by l-ockrt A Conklin, produce dealers; used it
graphed or telephoned except official
Douglas Ac Co., cheese, Kahn, bakers' Tinker, a search of all the hotels in th« ident of the Imard of censors, aud it
the posse received a slight wound in bulletins. Tbe correspondent of the
Th" Bo< r» nro asld to have I3,ootl growing Olli of « l.iundary diapute be-
the chest. Tbe outlaws from their
arinrd non hi ll <-field In orange River twreii an Au.lro-IIuugary military pa
information brought to Chief Watt« the clan court, which waa ordered U. fortified position made a fierce stand Temps a<lds:
trol and a force of Montourgrin sol- broomatieka aud broom«traw.
“It is now certain the bands of Car
Six-story brick, occupied by Aller, today, he and Detective Armstrong consult and decide upon a severe pen for a few minutes, until one of the
llei«. one Mutilciirgriu was killed
lists are more numerous than at first
Frinì. Hidienlohs says b. mlgnsd
and «ewral wounded.
|s>«ae succeeded in getting in their
Iwcanra Im was Ignored on Important
spice Company; Flake A- Co., and Ac- Bay district. They went op to a back
Tbe Japanese legation received a dis rear. He shot one th lough tbe bead, stated. Tbe two bands number 800
A lie I. ted dl.jiat- h front Pretoria sutlua A Cuneo, fruitdealers.
room on the first floor and found tbe patch today announcing the death ol killing him. The other surrendered. men each, and tbe movement is well
tells of the tailor» of British negotia
Five-story brick, used as a hotel.
ioor locked. On gaining admittancs Wang Wen Hliao, imperial treasurer ol In the meantime, another division of organised, but premature. The Liber
L'hln«-e b • ter« etnie 'Ism ini Ihron»
tion« with General Botha for the «ur-
al and Republican press declare the
Five-story brick, occupied by the ss gas inepei-pirs, Armstrong identified China, in addition to those high offi
and robe-al archaeological objeela ol
the posse overhauled tbe third robber, vitality of Carlism is due to tbe free
render of the ll-iera. Botha recelvwl Morris Jackson Flag
who bad received a ghastly wound.
General Paget'« flag of truce courteous Hart A Uo., butter aud cheese.
that Armstrong bad arrested him, and announced. Wang Wen Shao was on« The ball, entering his mouth, pene dom allowed the religious orders The
Meters al 1'ao Ting Fu decl.ro th« ly and admitted hi. defeat, but said it
ot the most loyal adherents of tbe im- trated his bead, aud came out at the lower clergy aie implicated in the up
Five-st<>ry brick, occupied by Hhieve- -aid so.
provincial Irva.uivr urdafwd them to w«« lm|.i..|b|e to treat for surrender as ley, priuter»' materials; O'Keefe A
rising, which is strengthened by the in
During bis stay at police beadquar- ¡«rial family, and when they took
long as «uv I’urgbers wl.bed to cumin- 'hievely, printers; Mom-Jackson Flag ers, Alvord told Chief Watts that h' flight from Pekin, he insisted upon fol back uf his neck. He is not expected lustrial crisis in Catalonia.”
1‘riui-e Yl ami Ying Nlen are add»l us th« war. I'rv.ld«ul bleyn was more ”oni|Ntny and Ifia-rne, butter and egg>. iad not seen his wife fur two week«, lowing, despite his advance, I
Carliat« «nd Catalonians.
Io th. Ila* of Ilio.« who«« execution Im-con liable, lie refused to even «er
Four-story brick, unoccupied.
titbough prior to that he bad told het His death came from natural causes,
OPPOSED TO ANNEXATION.
New York, Nov. 3.—It is learned
tbe hearer of a flag ol truoe.
Frani-« has demandali..
Fuur-story brick, occupied by Behr- jf ha tinanciial cirvumatancea ano proliably from old age and the fatigue«
from Biarritx, says a Paris dispatch to
St. Croix People Want to Remain Undei the Times, that the Spani-h Carlist»
Th« young man who for raverel year« nan, pneluoe. and Kornaheetu, storage «eked her if he should kill himself ot of tbe flight.
M- r« than f ,'>t,uiH>,<W0 In g< faalrt dual
At the request of relatives anc
far e it out. bbs had told him to fact
ar» trying to approach tne Catalonia
and bullion has li««n <le|.wiled I lu Sont- antto«»l the Pullmans in Chicago by sod screens.
St. Thomas, D. W. I., Nov. 2. — At revolutionist» with a view to common
Four-story brick, occupied bv Er- It out. He stated that be had not beec friends of the missionaries murdered al
demanding money ol them and calling
11« xraay vtn.etlii. y««r.
hlmsell Gustave Pullman, has lieen ar- Uest, saloon; Hesse A Oblsbuhla, sup- near Mount Vernon, but that he left Pao Ting Fu, China, the war depart in extraordinary meeting of the colon action aginst the present Spanish gov
Maven peopls were hilled and as
New York last Tuesday at midnight ment asked General Chaffee for a defi ial council at St. Croix. D. W. I., ernment. It is not thought, however,
rested in New York. He called st the plies; Granatto, bananas.
many Injurwt in a Northern Pacific
Seven-story brick, occupied by Ep- end arrivei! in Boston Wednesday nite statement as to who were killed Monday, tbe vice-chairman denounced that the Catalonians will identify their
In tel where young George aud Hanger
train wreck near Livingston, Muni.
morning. He admitted having regis and who escaped. The following dis the statements made by A. J. Black- cause with tbe Carlists, and It is said
Pullman «re lit lug and sent his oard pins, .-mlth A Co., teas and coffees.
Many psraous were injured and per- up Io th« former. Pullman had him
Firs -story brick occupitul by Hart tered a« Bryan Sterliing at the Tour patch was received from General Chaf wood, the United States consul at St. to be unlikely that tbe latter will
Croix, and chairman of tbe colonial make much headway. Weyler'a ap
hap» kllleil. and a doa-m buildings ejected anil he returned and demanded man, emboMliig and stamping, card- tine hotel, and said be had eaten sev fee in reply:
“Taku. Nov. 1.—Hutchinson, at Pa< xiuncil, in an interview printed in pointment as captain-general of Madrid
wrecked iu ■ New York Bro aud ox- >80,000. lie waa again pul uuland un Ixiard factory; Llfsiteb, cigars; Roaen- eral meals there; that he had taken
the lodgings where he waa found on Ting Fu, reports Americans murdered New York, October 26, in which Mr. was directed by tbe government's fear
his third riait waa arrested.
The work uf the firemen saved the tbe following day, and that be had not there, namely: Mr. Pitkins Mr. and Blackwood was quoted as saving tbe of trouble in Catalonia.
France mav send a large torce to
A .peclal from Victor, Colo., says
buildings fronting on Chambers street been out of tbe place since. When Mrs. Simcux and three children, G. -entiment of the people of the Danish
tbr * im miners who walked uni uf tira Canton.
MATTERS IN COLOMBIA.
from total destruction and the fire was asked wbat be bad done with th« Y. Tavlor, Mias Morrell, Mis» Gould, West Indies is strongly in favor of an
Ixdrpeni'rm " mill« <m account of lira
China pnqmra« an indemnity of >40,- lialt««! after it had eaten alrnot IDO feet money, he said:
Dr. and Mrs. Hodge and one lady nexation. Tbe vice-chairman said tbe
Startr«! a Brcond
ord.r to «rari'li them »lien they cams 000,000.
southward Into the block Iralow War
“Well, >700,000 is a lot of money, name as yet unknown. Reports K «negations made were opposed to the
>ff duty hate I rru ili.<-lisrg< d, Every
I 1 Pr«.|deul Cleveland standi lot
New York, Nov. 8.—C. B. Halt,
thing I. quirt almul the mine.
missing, aud 11)0 men, women and
In referring to horserace«, he said adults and two children. Five Eng wood spoke without the council’s au United States mini.-tetr to Colombia,
bll ¡run are on th« list of the injured. lie had fuicked horse«, but never oc
At Spoakne, Wash., Mrs. Edith
South America, who has arrived here,
Prv.ld.tit Kruger will travel incog
tiituatioc cable King Christian, of Denmark,
Ftrubri. wile of all ruglueer ou tl>e
racetracks, and had owned fast botnet cal mandarin, returned.
nito in the capitals of Europe.
POSTOFFICE CLERKS, himself, lie «aid he bad lived hb quiet.”
submissively expressing “tbe wish of and is on bis way to his home m
Urtai Northern, kllleil herself by blow
Wheeling, W. Va.. said in an inter
The official atinuuueemeut of the to
Another dispatch received from Gen the inhabitants to Continos under the
life aud had taken life to its full at tb<
ing out her I rain« with a revolver.
view that matters in Colombia are
Chicago Kmpt.«ye. Affiliate With the
rate of >50,000 a year or more. He
Sh. wa« .'V year» <if age. and lelors her
A aerleaa Federation of l.abor.
sadly mixed. The Liberals started a
-aid ha would not make any fight, but
marriage was a T«k<Mt( Wa.h,, girl, 1900 la 38,295,330.
second revolution a few days ago. and
Chicago, Oct. 80.—The puatothci
Tsuiporarr lii.aulty is said to lint*
Emperor Nicholas, of Russia, will clerks of Chicago today entered th« vould throw up hi« bands, take bit cans at Ching Ting Fu. This is in re
the majority of the inhabitants. Some it has develops^
been Ui. motive.
propose another conference with a view rauka of the trade uuloutste. The sentence, and after that was ovei ply to an inquiry sent by the war de
of tbe mem tiers protested against the fighting has been fierce and up to date
of settling the Chinese question.
A |>l"t to •••amln ,1. I'realdeut Lot
the killed and wounded have number
clerk« have atliliated th.inaelvea wth
He said be knew he would lie unable Americans who were supposed to be lo passage of tbe resolutions, but tbe vice- ed 30,000.
bet, id I rauco, has tawu discovered.
Geiu ral D. M. Frost, for 50 years the Autercan Federaton of latbor, and
to secure bail, and that be had nothing cated at that place.”
"While the Liberals have met with
(isorge W. shaver, a pioneer steam- one of the l-e.I known residents of St. the new orgauzaton will l-e known a. with which to make restitution.
« torchligbt procession Monday night
bust man, id I'ortland, Or , is dead,
■tyled “The People's Protest.” A very much success, it is mv lielief that tha
A BAD TRAIN WRECK.
On lieing searched at police head-
long aud orderly crowd, headed by a government will l>e eventually succms -
Major Henry J. Hearsy, editor ol It is claimed that practically all uf the luartora, only a few dollar« were found
llooeryelt concluded his tour Iu New
of music, marched through the ful. But tbe revolution is seriously
iork state with « speech In Bliighaiup th. Dally state« and one of tbs strong-
in hia pocket«. Tbeae be waa alluwed Seven People Kllleil and As Man/ Wer«
disturbiug business. General I’rmqiero
eat nvw.|«|ier writer» In the South, I*
Pinson is in command of the govern
Foremost amoug the object« for which
dead at New Grlaaus. He was 80
Anaconda, Mont., Nov. 1.—A ape-
All but one colliery in the llasleton
ment forces, and tbe revolutioi ists are
the new uutou is to strive will lie the
years of age.
Chicago, Nov. 3.—A depository fot commanded by General Rafael Urilve.
rial to the standard from Living« tun.
mining region have grautad lira uiluera
adoption of the eight-hour working day
stolen goods in unusual quantites has Tbe scene of tbe trouble is the depart
To« trimaport llan.-ock has arrived for letter-carrier«. Another object to They Kill a Keeper an,l a Trasly In an Mont., nays:
Effort to Kara pa».
Seven dead, most of them mangled lieen unearthed in Chicago by the po- ment of Cauca.
Four hundred native Christian» were at Manila with three eonijatoie« of tbr lie given almoet n|unl prominence will
Fourth ami lour couipaniM of tbs tie the agitation in favor of federal leg
ot all resemblance to humanity; lice. Ten thieves, men and women,
“In the recent election, San Clem
MasaorM at Mukden l>aloro the Rua-
Twenty-fifth Infantrv and three officers islation that will At absolutely the rate prisoners, in an attempt to escape from seven injured, one perhaps fatally, is were arrested, and two wagon loads ol enti and Senor Marroquin were elected
■Vilen propertv, value.I at thousands ol president and vice-president respect
and 100 men uf the marine ourpe.
jf wage, for letter-carrier« and uther the prison attached to the Seventh dis the record ot a wreck ou the Northern
Near Frederick »tad. the Boera under
trict court, in West Fifty-fourth street, Pacific railway at about 11 o’clock dollars, was recovered. Vina McNur- ively. San Clementi, ou account ot
DeWet, »ere m attered in nil diteclious
Ley, an alleged shoplifter, is said to the state of his health, could not live
arrived at SaR Franciaeo, 28 days from completely out of the hand« of the today, killtMt Keeper Hugh McGovern, last night, at Dehart Siding, 27 mile«
by a British force.
have maintained the resort. It is be in Bogota, and went to Villeta. In his
Manila. Ihe Mead brought 354 sick “Promotion Board” and other «luiilar
The train was the Northern Pacific lieved that the gang has associates in alveence, Marroquin staited a reliellmn
Wilaon, 59 years, s
A Republican parade lasting six soldiers, 5 insane aud |H dead. Eight agruoica. It 1« to be a lalrnr union jured George
many other large cities, and the build and assumed the presidency, securing
hours was lira I'ulmiuatlou ot lira cam- privates died un tbe voyage.
pure and einipla, and will direct it« ef "trusty,” who had evidently tried tv passenger No. 4 eastbound. It was
te'xu in Chicago.
aid McGovern. One of the prisoners, nearly three hours late, and was mak ing raided was the headquarters fox the recognition of all the foreign
Smallpox has broken out on a num-
thieves who are working systematically powers except the papal see. Both .«-an
*n>" evacuation of Cuba will not ba tier of Indian tesvrvatlons In the West the lot of the rank aud tile of the post- Arthur Flanagan, esaped, the other, ing up lost time wheu it passed th« iu all parte of tbe United States.
Clementi and Marroquin, however, are
ordered till thn character ot the UuW aud it is feared that when the cold otlice opinloyes.
joining the priaou and waa instantly and two coacbe« passed over the
Young Nrgro Fiend L*nehvd.
drawiug their salaries of 88,000 ih - hos
iovurnmeiit is tested.
weather seta iu the epidemic will be
A«lntInn of <>bln»««.
switch in safety, but in some unac
Nov. 3.—At per annum. This is pavable in silver,
Edward Dewey, brother of Admiral come mure widespread and mure malig
Washington, Oct. 2V.—The Mae-
The prisoners were together in a cell countable way the rod connecting th< Duke, 16 miles north of Anniston, an but the currency of Colombia is so np-
ll(, h(1111(t |u
tary of the treasury, acting on the de ou the first tier, on a level with the rails at the switch snapped, and these 18-yearold negro boy named Abernathy set that it ia difficult to place a value
•Isr. \t.. agml 71 years.
Ona man was killed and six other» cision of the solicitor of the treasury, fourth floor of the prison. They sawed three coaches jumped the rails, rod« attempted a criminal assault on th« upon it.
An Everett, Wash., saw mill has re- Injured, one perhaps fatally, In a col has hold that the wife of a Chinese na two bars in the lower part of the cell the ties a short way and then toppled 14-year-old adopted daughter of W. N.
“There is a demand there for Renito
telvinl «mi order f(l| J.ooo.ooo fM| o( lision on the Chicago A Altou railroad tive-born citizen of the United Htates <lo«>r and got iuto the corridor. They over on rhe »ide and were dragged 200 Thompson, a section foreman on th« Seamala, who is here in New York.
near Mitchell. 111. Ths pasevugers re Is entitled to admirsiun into the Uuited weut to the nearest window, about six feet before the train was stopiied.
lumlier from South America.
Louisville & Nashville road. Tbe ne He was formerly United States vice-
called a .baking up, but none was ser States, regard loss of the provisions of feet from the floor, and sawed one bai
The force with which the cars fell gro was captured three hours later, consul at Bogota. The Manoqiiin gov
A man who had barn airested at iously hurt.
section 18H4, revised statutes. Such at the bottom, shoving it out aud get on their sides threw several of the pas identified and lynched.
ernment chargee him with conspiracy
p.mgle. Mash., fur being drunk and
Lu his annual report to tha governor right to land does not depend on the ting through. In doing this, it is sup sengers through the windows, and
anti he is practically an exile.”
MurH.re.l and Threw«
Ison rrly, cnnimitted suicide by hang- of Georgia. Adjntant-General Byrd ■ talus of her husband as a merchant, posed they encountered McGovern aud crushed aud ground them to jelly lie-
The Alvord Can««
tog hlnisolf in ja||.
recommends that the negro troops ol even if It ia held that the ex id us ion Wilsou, killing oue aud wounding th« tween the heavy coaches and the track
New York. Nov. 3.—The case of Cor
The two uukuwn women were lifted, known man was found dead near thia
Tha 150-u,n m-hooMr Fischer Bro»., the state lie distiaiidrvd and mustered laws apply to a Chine.« merchant who other.
city on the Lake Erie A Western rail nelius L. Alvord, the defaulliitg note
The escaping prisoners used theii quivering, shapeles« masses of bleed
rattle, Is riqsirted to have been out of scrvii’e, because he believes they ia native born, but rather on her higher
road tracks. The body was naked and teller of the First National bank, who
wreeked <m ti,„ |m„t,h o( ll„hri|,|( ,(M| cannot I* "I *»y service to tbe stats
liedding for a rope and swuug from a ing flesh and broken lames. All bill
the throat was cut, the head crushed, is charged wiith embezzling >690,1100
band who is legally entitled to live in wiudow.
*"« Btiirm m.ar i.orl clarence.
in one of the dead were instantly killed.
one foot amputated
and his arm worth of the bank's funds, was uot
Ilvss were |<>«t,
The govrrnmeni of Russia for ths
broken. It is believed ho was mur tiansferred to the United States court
joining, but Emerson did not make it,
second tlmu within two months hat
Nulrltl« of » Butt« Woman.
W. H. Ilobani,' (1|)() o) |))e niOij
dered and his body thrown on the today, as had lieen expected. Al
ex- |mi»>»ed a special tax for tbs benefit of
and felt headlong to a pile of rails, ecians bad little to do upon their ar
vord’« counsel objected to the transfer,
texae, ha« the Red Cross Hociety. Ths first was
rival. A ooroner'i jury at Big Timbei tracks.
Adams took laudanum at a lute hour i-rushiug bis skull.
and the case wax postpone I until to
'red statistius from the llrasos and
Grain Elevator Burned.
« tax uf from 5 to 10 rubles upon li last night, and died thia motniug.
Drowned nt Nome.
12n" r T *'
,, '“''"y11 nnd
“b'l declares that the
censes to travel abroad, according to Iler husband, John Adami, instituteil
Henderson, Ky., Nov. 2.—The grain
Salem, Or., Nov. 1.—News was re-
Washington, Nov. 8.—General Mac-
Resisted Arrest and Wa. Hhqt.
the length of the time for which th« ■nit Saturilay for >38,000 damages teived in Salem today that A. A.
elevator and plant of Maron Wilier A
°Hn of this year's crop.
Arthur, at Manila, notified the war de
llcetixa was granted, and now railway ■gainst Di. Jonathan Tobli fur allenat- Basher, formerly of this city, was
Seattle, Nov. 1.— William Murphy,
part ment today that Major John Dacia,
A sheriff’s |>o.MI iu puranu ,,f (|ve tickets are taxed 5 kopecks wheu the
iug hia wife's affections.
drowned at Nome City recently. It ap p laborer, wa« brought here tonight ing a loss of >130,000; insurance, >78,- United State« volunteers, died at Ma
ri.'"";? ......... Mn|ied from the Doni- lure Is 'J rubles or upwards. It is esti
irear« that he waa knocked overlarard ■'rom Wellington, on the Great North 000.
nila this morning of chronic Bright'«
Conanl-General McNally, at Gaute- from a «mall schooner, l>enig struck by ern railway, with a bullet wound in
... ',. ",’*' iH,'> overtook the men mated that the ticket tax will yield
Bise of the Cotton Crop.
disease. Major Davis was a native of
Ark., nnd a battle ensued >125,000 yearly and that un license« inala, writes to the state department i flying boom. Basher waa about 45 the neck. Me wa« «hot thi« afternoon
New Orleans, Nov. 2.-—Final reporta Illinois and a veteran of the war of the
' h two members of the posse >100,000. It 1» understood that the that the Gautemalan government has jears of age, and leaves a wife and by Deputy Sherff Dan Grafton, whili
the Times-Democrst's corraspundents rebellion. At the time of his death he
the . '
wounded. Three of czarina, whose interest in the Red
three children in this city. He was in resisting arrest for assault aud battery. place the cotton crop for 1900 a*
•70.- was chief surgeon of the Third district
turBdU,,<IUUr" WUI° w*’uu<*°d «nd recap- Cross Society is keen, originated the tion of fresh fruits from that country I comfortable circumstances.
He will recover.
of Southern Luxon.
free of all fiscal duty. This revoke« a
idea of imposiUK the taxes.
Truffle Kesuined at I.a Croaae.
governmental decree of recent dato,
Sultan's Gift to Hainer.
Depositor Kobbod in
Hamburg, Nov. 8.—The provincial
I-a Grosse, Wl«., Oct. 81.—Triiflicon
which placed a duty of 10 cents ui
Berlin, Nov. 1.—Shakir 1’aaha. ape
Chicago, Nov. 3.—W
Five thousand honey l>eoa, as they tach bunch of bananas exported.
I the various roads entering La Crosse, oial envoy of the Sultan of Turkey, pre
court haa laid an enibaigo upon bar
Jo«.,,,i w""'*<n"'vn Spanish painter,
leave the hive,
weigh alavut one
gold to the value of 2,500,000 marks,
which was suspended all day yester sented to Emperor William today a was making a deposit
been awarded a jsuind, but when the insect« leturu
which arrived at Cuxhaven today on
day, was resumed today. The storm number of gift«, including a very valu First National liank
tn t,,n 1’nrla exposi- ¡from
to the flowers,
tbe imperial «teamer Bundesruth,
waa the worst siuce the flooii of two able necklace for the enipre««.
Mother Killed Iler Hon.
robbed of all his money
Work« " *
who admire his froighteil with honey, they weigh near-
from Delagoa hay.
This step waa
fears ago. The damage will roaob
one of whom attracted
«I Id« success. The ! jy twice as much.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 81.—Ths 1100,000. ____
taken, it is alleged, for the pur pise of
Arctie Relief Kipedltlnn.
reimbursing insurance companies here
The untruth of today is called a lie; lead body of Clifford Cawthorn«, thu
Stockolm. Nov. 1.—The Duke of Ab-
I*"« hi "T’ l,*,, “UR0 *><’ one can sur-
__ _ sou
Washington, Nov. 1.— Secretary Hay
Federal Court Will t
ol a ______
for gold withheld hy the Transvaal
untruth of a hundred years is it
wo,,,leriul |»ceni'« of
hf«'home7ast night, lying ou a bed this afternoon returned the answer of rusai ha« chartered the Gothenburg
government during tbe war.
I called a legend.
whaler Capella to proceed to Frana
brilli.^» *I'"'nted in full sunshitie,
nioott, ms neao nncseo
ney Gardiner announced
Boersen Hale, how
The average man would rather lose pieces with a hatchet, which was lying British-German agreement regarding Josef Land in «earoli of the three miss-, noon that Alvord would be
Ll,t everywhere, dazsllng
ever, dentoa a rumor that the gold war
ing Arctic exploration expedition«.
lyinr >;> on a hors* race than a nickel near hr.
to the United States autiio
shipped by Mr. Kruger.
• "G light cannot penetrate.
I through a holo in hi« nnnkat
Epitome of H i Telegraphie
New» ot th» World.
Ilia sernnu di.ir coinblne has been
forced p, illraolvs,
Caused Terrible Explosion in
Heart of the City.