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FALLN, KLAMATH ((H'N'TY, OliKGON, DECEMBER 27, 1900.
RAID ON CAPE COLONY.
All the ministers al
etgnud th» j,,|tll |„,u
III« Moraua, of Hostile, will not get
slm rontract for new warship.
I NINE PERSONS
lhe river and harbor bill will mH be Ths Vrovl Struck a Rock at th« Entrane«
made publfi until alter the holiiiays.
to Union Bay, on th« East Coast el
Martin Nlirkel, th« e«lt’C(>ofnss«<d
< »alle Koak assassin, will be hanged.
k company has lawn organlMxl In
IxMit soul to I rance will l.o •lubar*
Iowa to build « nah cannery In Alaska.
Atlorncy-General Griggs has oon-
Amerienu wheat »islblj shows a de-
eluded In. argument Iu the l'urto Kloo
lhe M' one doctrine may I»« applied
fo nstor McBride has asked for large
The liners were defeated In a batt In Ison h al Astoria.
st < irsiigs rlvBt.
Ilie Booth-Kelly Lum lier Company
A third negro was lynched liy
will chango iu heaiquartors from Mag
Ifockport. Ind., snob.
lio» w to Eugene, <»r.
Fat* of S«II Ceaf«*Md Castl« Rock AasaMia—
I ngland Is alarmed over lhe Boer
invasion of <‘W| h , Cotouy.
I ln> s-ti it« coin in it i,.«
changes |u ths* army bill,
Th« Beers Hsv« Cross«! th« Border st Two
-p»«k«r ll( nderson Is opp<>««<| to en
largement of t|„, portlsml postoffico.
Lumpufwiulv« Review ul ths Important Hap-
0«l«aM Was H«r«ditsry lasaaity.
Ixindon. I>ec. 20.—“The itoors have
tallied Cape Colony at two separate
points 100 miles di-tant, ” says the
< ape Town cotrespoudent of the Daily
Mai), ‘‘One commando advanced upon
Bhillipslowu, between Colesberg and
Kimberley. The other, supposed to Ire
Orange river la-tween Orlendaalstroom
»nd Bethulie. northwest of Burghers-
dorp. Its objective apparently being
Craddock. General MacDonald la en-
gaging the invaders, who have no gons,
20 iiillua west vl Burghrrsdorp. Th*
latest news Is that they are being slow
ly forced back to the Orange river,
where a warm reception is being pre
par.«! for them,”
The (X>uterip!at«*d thanksgiving serv
ice in Ht. Paul's cathedral, in connec
tion with the isturn ul laird Roberts
from Routh Africa, has been al>an-
dorsad, owing, as the government *u-
Bounces, “to it« being oonsidered de
sirable to defer a general thanksgi»•In t
until the close of the operations in
The programme now
Is for Lord Roberta to debark in the
Nolent to visit tbe que'-u at Osliorne
house, January 8, to re-embark aud
finally to land at Southampton, com
ing from that point to London.
Lord Kitchener, in a dispatch from
Pretoria. dated Decern tier 17, report«
that all the British wounded in the en
gagement at Nooitgedacht have arrived
there and are doing well.
Claim of $5.000.
However, Refuses to Agree
Claim of the United Siate* and Ad-
ministration Official* Give Up.
Kalarna, Wash., Deo. 21.— “Guilty
•a charged” was tbe verdict ot the
(jury at 9:30 o’clock tonight in the case
of tbe state of Washington against Mar
tin Nttjkel for the murder of William
Htickel is the most notorious and
cold-blooded criminal ever tried in the
court« of Cowlitz countv.
A year ago
last November, William B. Hhanklin
was killed at his home near Kelao,
and his house was burned over his
He was shot at night
while eating supper,
The case was
shrouded in mystery, and no clew to
the murderer could be obtained. On
the evening of November 28, 1900, Mr.
and Mrs. Cornelius Knapp, an aged
couple, living near Castle Rock, were
killed while at tbe supper table in the
same manner as Shanklin was one year
before. It was evident that the same
»ximmitted both crimes.
Sheriff Kirby and Detective Sam Him-
mens trac«*d the crime to Martin
Stickel, who lived on a scow near the
mouth of the Cowlitz river. Stickel
was arrested. Ho maintained his in-
oocence until confronted with the fact
that his watch and keys had boon iden
tified as having belonged to Nbanklln,
the murdered man.
Then be made a
partial contession, and implicated his
neighbor, Ed Pierce.
After bis preliminary trial, be was
taken to the Pierce coanty jail for safe
There be joined tbe Salva
tion Army and made a full confeesion,
admitting that be did the killing in
both tbe Mbauklin and Knapp murders,
snd that be was alone in tbe matter.
When arraigned in tbe superior court
today, on the adivce of bis counsel he
pleaded not guiliy, aud his esse wm
tried upon tbe evidence, which was
overwhelmingly against him. The de
fense made an unsuc»M)seful attempt to
yrove that the man had inherited a
criminal disposition to trie extent that
be was not accountable for bis sctions.
His mother testtied that before hi»
birth aud duriDg ge« tat ion she was
mad at everybody and that the child
was born sick and was always an un
Tbe jury was out but
one boor. Tbe prisoner was sentenced
by Judge Miller to be banged on a date
to be hereafter fixed, not sooner than
30 days nor later than 90 days (rum
fave Turned the Tide by Enter*
ing Cape Colony.
MEWS CAUSES MUCH ANXIETY IN LONDON
jsasrsl Kitch«n«r I* Said ie Hsv« Demanded
Heavy RtinforcuMnU — A Pitched
Batt!« Seems Imminent.
Vancouver II. L’., Dec. 10. —News of
Washington, Dec. 20.—A message
London, Dec. 22.—The war office
the worst marine disaster of th" season
from Unite»! States Consul (iummeri,
last evening could give no information
In British Columbia was brought here
at Tangier, informs tbe state depart
legarding the reports of a Boer inva-
Vmlght l>v the steamer Czar, from
ment that the Mo«i«h government had
• ion of Cape Colony. The officiala ex-
Union bay, on the east side of k aucou-
settled tbe claim of tho United Htates
pressed the opiuion, however, that the
ver island. The steamer Alpha was
fol $5,000 indemnity on »rooont of
new•[«per accounts were exaggerated
wreck«»! on a reel near the entrains
the murder of Marcus Eszagui, a nat
and that probably the troops who nave
Io Union bay and not a vestige of the
uralized American citizen, in Morocco
l>een employed in chasing General
l,00o-ton steamer remains. Iler man
Dewet will be diverted to deal with tbe
aging owner, captain, purser, three en
Eszagui was of French birth, but the
invaders. Having regard to the co»-
gineers, two able liodied reamen and a
fact that he was naturalized aud an
ternary methods of lit* war office, this
stowaway were drowned, ami the rest
American citizen relieved the Frencf
can only be interpreted as confirming
In the sinking of lbs GnoUeuau, tan
government from the nervosity of join
A Una E. Nmith, was appointed post ol the crew of 34 wer« saved by the
persons were drowned.
ing in tbe demand for indemnity. The
Lord Kitchener, in the meantime,
illili ir- »« at Camas valley. Or., vice pluck of an unkown member of the
ship's crew, who swam in a raging sea
pleaded as a
keeps a tight rein over the news, which
I brie Is tn» pros|<eot ot passing th* II. Allison, resiglieli.
basis for its first declination to psy the
subsidy bill Ibis session.
I boina» Parker, a native of England, a line around his waist.
fact that tbe man was killed, not by
There is a persistent rumor that he has
lb« steamer Alpha was *reck»l on «a. l(o». o u, death near the luoatii ul
The Alpha was valued at $45.000.
Moorish officers, but in a fight with
demanded heavy reinforcements.
White river, Klondike.
lit« Vsncouver isln>.<l ouael.
Her cargo coinpr soil 750 tune of salt
tbe rabble. The claim for indemnity,
According to the Daily Mail, private
Major » i«uen»l John G. Tarila died
Mauipl a u| two (langnrotis (vountet felt salmon and 850 tons of coal, con-
however, was based on the failure of
telegrams received in London yester
st hu hum« In Washl gtuu.
silver (ulna have tieeu obtained llotu isgned t>> Yokohama, ami valued at
day depict the situation in Cape Colony
the Moorish government to make any
♦ "» 1 . ' ' 1
I lie total Insurance uu the
effort to am-st or pnnish the prepetra-
as somewhat ominous.
it seems that
The Borto Rico case Is lieforn tbe I'ort aml «nd Mopkaue.
ton* of tbe mnrder.
Tbe navy depart
tne invading Boers are receiving con
fulled Males supreme court.
A oolild >n recurred on the Hum pier- ship and cargo was $<¡5,000.
Il is two wi-eka since the Alpha first
ment, at the instance of the state de
siderable assistance from the local
Congrassman liontelle was placed Baker » fly road in which two locomo Started from Vancouvai for Ju|«u.
MUTINY IN JAMAICA.
Dutch, and that the troops at the
partment, was making airangements to
on the retired list of lhe navy.
After she had l«en four days out she
disposal of tbe British are not sufficient
send a naval vessel to Morocco to give
Memorial .ervire, ware held at the relumed to Victor a joirtly disabled, Th« Chui Rioter* W«r« Several Hundred ol th« moral sup|>ort to the demands of the
The military commlseloB logins 11«
to cope with any serious invasion. If
oreg.. h univeralty in honor of Henry and accusations of tampering with her
Intesllgallou iu the Boos hosing.
is believed that the government has at
American consul for a settlement.
British West Indie* Regiment.
last awakened to the seriousness of tbs
The president today appointed John
Freah Instructions sent to <'auger kill.rd. one ot the cullege'a greatest suglues were made, home of tbe crew
New York. Dec. 20.—A dispatch to G. A. Irishman, now minister to Swit-
ami several of tbe officers left ths
situation, and is making great efforts
will clear the way ot all obetaclaa,
steamer declaring that she had been the Harald from Kingston, Jamaica, Borland, to be minister to Turkey, it
to have Lord Kitchener supplied with
It I. announced tl at the total tax
A cure for strikes was dlscu>«*N| by
i improperly loaded, and one of the (Oli •ays: bet ions riots growing out of the is recalled that when Minister Strauss
horses and mules.
lhe sll'ItialiOB c.u tereuec al < hl- ago.
vers was tried ami a* ulrnced to six race feeling took place in the streeTs of came back to the United States and
Tbe British losses at Nooitgedacht,
or, will I« approximately $23U,IMU
this city last night.
The chief rioters resigned in disgust at his inability to
i*r«| «ratfidw are I «Illg ronde I»« do
weeks' imprisonment for desertion.
to the official accounts, were
leas lluiu leal year.
Ij»st Haturdav the Alpha left Vic w<-re several hundred negro soldiers ol clone up the Turkish claims, ths im
vslnpiiienl of naiural gas near Ifoalla,
82 killed and woonded, with 44 miss
A pitched Isattle la imminent lw- toria for Union to replenish her coal th« British West Indies regiment, who pression «as semi-officially given that
ing and still unaccounted tor. It is re
were supported by natives of their no imnister would l>e nimsl to succeed
ported this afternoon that General
A Washington county termer was Iw.aB the British uu»l«r General < Is- supply. A ten Hie gale was raging amt
They attacked civilian- him until tbe Turkish government had
Knox has been forced to abandon th«
murdered liy a shot fired through his ment«, «ho has Ix-an reiufoiced, aud late Saturday night Ilin steamer ran on
in the street« an I maltreated many mi met our demands.
of General Dewet, owing to th«
trance to Uuion bur. Him was quickly | badly that they were taken to the long time, the Turkish government
situation created in Cape Colony by
lhe cleatlug liouee bauka at Tacoma,
The official re|»>rl ot the finaru-es ot
dashed to plrcea, and all would hav< hospital aud are under treatment foi itself wax oblige»! to take notice of the
the Boers crossing the Orange river.
the I'aris eipoelllon, ebons a lu*a of have decided that after January I, perished had not one of the crew mane severe injuries.
Lieu tenant •< ,'oionel diplomatic manifestation o* the dis
It is said that 3,000 republicans hav«
entered Cape Colony, and a similes
the desperate ami ancreasful effort to Allen, who is in oomm.nd of the regi- pleasure of the United State«, evi
ileretofi’ie It has beeu taken at 5 pet
num tier have
swim with a line to the lighthouse on ment, endaavored to control his men. denced by the absence of Mr. Str>»u-s
Tbe < <rog»tu suproma court decided
The report adds that Dewet, with
In lhe raging see but was unable Io do so by persuasion. from Constantinople.
that the Portland vehicle it,eu»e ur-ll-
about 4,000 men, is northwest of Lady
uaO'-e ««« Invalid.
All attempt« to float lhe British only part of tlioae on the iil-fatod ship j He then oigauized the police and swore caused tbe announcement to be made date.
in citlz-na to aid in keeping the peace. that it had terminat»«! tbe ministerial
brand, and that an attack on Winbuig
Flie caasn ot what Is Iwlleved to lie stMiorr Isaura, Captain Yule, from Na- managed to reach safety, the officer-
The soldiers and petty officers have re office of Ali Ferrouh Bey, the minister
is mometarilv expected.
bulx-uic plague hm e it»» eloped In Tmu*
on the .oast of Holland, ue«r Button, falling to reach tbe rock, 'lhe 35 anr- fused to snrrendet to the police ana resident here.
But to prevent the
uiau. In tbe Argoulluo Republic.
New York, Dec. 21.—A dispatch to
vivors remained on Yellow lalaud, defy their officers. Most of them are issue from becoming too acute, it at
lia»a been ut>su<-<-es«ful.
The officials ot tho Mania Fe and
which Is a rock 200 yards wide, uutil in the military cauip, aud the streets the same time named Shekib Bey as the Journal and Advertiser from Vi PROTECTION TO CATTLEMEN
Th« steamer Sarah Dixon collided
ths officers of *bo (llffrreul irnluiueu's
Bumlay night, when the sea mode: a ted are guarded by a force of police and minister to Washington. Bnt Shekib enna says an Austrian engineer, Wil
urbanisations will bold a cvulorriiee in with ti e breakwater nra* MouutCoffin, somewhat and a sloop was able to call volunteers under Lieutem*ut>Col>>nel thus far has not left Constantinople, liam Kiees, has invented an airship A N«w Branding Bill I* Suggested That Will
on the ixiwer Columbia, and now reais
Allen. Severe measures will be taken and Ali Ferrough Bey remains in which is pronounced to be better than
am! taka them to Union.
Save Thun Many a Head.
tn U e»*l ol waler. This is lhe steam
The emperor’s attention
against the mutinous blacks.
There Washington, although, as he frankly Zeppelin's.
Seven hundred ttoers have croosrd er's
cud experience under water.
Portland. Dec. 23. — It has been sug
bo ship had also prostrated the wires, is great unrest in tbe city and vicinity, States, he is nothing more than a being called to tbe model, he has be
from orange River colony Into ' «I*
aud so no tidings of tbe shipwreck and race feeliug is at a high pitch. It charge d'affaires for the moment. It come much interested, and expressed gested that a bill be passed at the next
Colony near Allwal North, aud ha « a
legislature compelling cattle-buyers tc
reached the ont-lde world until th< is feared that something will precipi is expeited that Shekib Bey now will tbe belief that it would be succeseful.
brand stock either in their regulai
little steamer tzar brought the story tate riots like the former fatal out come to Washington, or that the for Kress did not have money to build a
Moroc-o pays the American indem
breaks. Meetings in the vicinity ol mer minister will 1« recommissioned, large ship, and the emperor said be bt*and or a Toad I brand before driving
i'reeldent McKinley expects t<> ar-
to Vancouver tonight.
them out to the railroad. Thia is a
range his Western trip so as to 1« iu nity claim.
which in either case might be taken would fix that, and contribted $1,000
Tbe Alpha gained notoriety last the inilitarv barrack» have been ahau
Numerous matter in which all the stockmen oi
Ashland, Or., voted against licens spring when, as a Canadian ship, sin dotted under orders from the authi r> a« a sign that a settlement had been out of his own pocket.
Man Francisco to Willies« lite iauucB-
and all civilians have Iweu reached of tbe mission claims, nnder others followed suit, and Kreas will Eastern Oregon are intere«tel. and
lag of Hi« battleship Ohio.
lauded freight slid pnaaenitera at Nome tire,
which should be i agitated by men is
to remain indoors until the the purchase of a warship, or in some build tbe ship.
Tbe B»»rs raide«l Cape Colony at two
Th* war iavenue blit I ms boon ¡mssnj
treasury department, and, it is said,
by the I moiso .
The lack of such a law is a source
That Ttkgrsph Error.
against the advice of the British cm-
Turkey Will Not Pay.
The ml«understanding at Bek in was
of much annoyance in that section,
THE NEW WARSHIPS.
telegraphers threaten to
bassy at Washington as well. She war
■ lu« to a cable error.
boycott tbe Manta Fe.
New York, Dec. 20.—A special to learned that the entire misunderstand every season, aud should be reme
chased on her return trip from Nome
died. Representative Geer lias signi
Herald from Washington says:
lorrC Kitchener has called for ail
by a United Blates revenue cutter. Imt
ing which has delayed the consumma
fied his willingness to introduce such •
available English troops.
managed to show her pursuer a dean
tion of the agreement at Eekin war
pending against Turkey is no longer caused by the change or omission ol measure, provided the stockmen will
England has awakened Io th» new
Washington, Dec. 20.—The tioard of expected by the administration. Al
get together and give him an outline ol
adopted the amensty bill.
teriousnea* m Month Africa.
considering the though the sultan entertained ths offi the single digit in a complex group of wbat is desired. The Harney County
TROUBLE FOR FRANCE.
bide for the construction of luittleship* cers of the Kentucky in truly royal figures making up one of tbe cipher Stockmen s Association should tak«
The return ol volunteers wli cause
Colonel Tullock's expedition failed
message« of instruction to Mr. Conger. the matter up and formulate a bill, a*
and cruisers, has settlrd on these style, he did not let the presence of tlie
renewed insurgent activity.
to find the Chinese treason.
Curiously enough, the change in this it is of particular importance to the
Colorado capitalist« have bonded the
Al Rockpavrt, Ind., two negroes, who
One of the big armored cruisers shall pocketUiok, and still bolds the $90,000 single digit exactly reversed tbe mean members of the association. It should
force tne Monroe Doctrine.
ing of the entire message, so that Mr. have their immediate attention, as if
had murdered a
while iiisii were old Gem mine, iu Eastern Oregon.
go to the Cramps, ou»‘ to Newp r' which American missionaries assert is
R*Wpp»''tlonmeul bill reported gives
New Yoik, Dec. 19. — A special to News, and one to the I'niou Irm tbe value of personal and missionary Conger, in opposing the English view, is not long until tbe legislature meet»
tho Tinies from U ashington says: Tbe Works, in California. One battleslii| pro|s-rty destroyed six years ago. The was acting exactly contrary to the in January.
The German training ship Gnelsenaa , Waiditugfou t><> extra coiigrossnian.
spirit of bis instructions, though in ac
foundered near Gibraltar aud I no a era
It is not a matter that the stockmen
hallway brvtherh<H*da will ask the territory uutil recently in dispute 1« will go to the Fore River Engine belief of the administration is that
cordance with their letter.
of Harney county alone are interested
Mauls Fe to ro employ its operators.
Turkey will not settle the claims aris
has been decreed to lieloug to Brazil,
This leaves seven ships to be dis- ing out of the reported purpose of
in, but Malheur county as well. The
A large Boxer force is said •** Ive
The naval construction board recoin->
A Germain Censorship.
residents of that county should bs
approaching Peking with the lutontlou mentis four awanla for warship oou- may shortly betoms the object of a dis posed of, and while in view of the Great Britain to piess the missiona>y
pute iwtwiwn France and the Uuited fact that another meeting of the l>oa rd claims of her subjects against the sub
Berlin. Dec. 20.—The Deutsche Co heard from as to their ideas and pleas
of attacking It.
Sates, should the Monroe doctrine 1« is to be held it is not possible to make lime porte.
It is stated that if an lonial Blatt publishes an order of Em ure, therefore the time is none toe
Ih« senate cannot considered the
Nuperintendsnt Calbreth, of Orogou violated. The territory lying south of the prediction with absolute accuracy,
other nation begins to press its claims, peror William forbidding officers and abort to begin at once.
army ami appropriation bills until insane asylum, has submitted bis an- French Guiana in the state of I’ara, the in Ications are that these will be
the sultan will probably decline to set officials, including those on the retired
•tier the holidays.
and containing 100,000 square miles, distributed as follows:
One cruiser tle those of tbe United States.
list in the colonial- serivce, to print
Takes No Stock In Charges.
John Addison Porter, McKinley’s
anything about the colonies without
Farmers' institute was held at Staf-' was claimed by Brasil and France, aud and one l>attled>ip to the Cramps, mak
Baris, Dec. 22.—The French govern
former private secretary, died at ills ford under auspices of the Oregon agri-1 Switxerland was made arbitrator. Iler ing three for them; one cruiser and TWO
HIGHWAYMEN KILLED tbe consent of the minister of war, ot
home Iu Butnam, Conn.
decision was in favor of Brazil.
It is one l>attleahip to Newport News, mak-
the minister of marine, who must first ment has given tho most emphatic de
nial to thoae French paper» which tried
now reportetd that some French finan ing three for them; one cruiser and
lhe Briti-h admiralty la arranging
A Mexican Miner Thereby Saves $3,000 in obtain permission from the imperial to involve tho American embassy in
Washington countv, Oregon, ha*
to test various Inventions for stovrlug nfferod $500 reward for the arrest ol
Currtncy While Going to His Min«.
the Baris disclosures in connection
would tie favorable to Frauee, had Works, making throe for them, and
torpwdora and submarine Ismt«.
lhe murdeier of Andrew Dahlberg.
with the United States war depart
one battleship to the Bath Iron Works.
already invested their capital in tin
Chicago, Deo. 20. —A special to the
Not So Bad as Reported.
Ihn Oregon Historical Nocinty pro
ment's knowledge of French govern
Two transports will start in a few territory. They are now. it is said, There is still a possibility that Morau Record, from Parrail, Mex., says: G.
Madrid, Dec. 30.—An official dis- ment gun secrete, by offering the cross
poses to bold B gre,tt fN|r |u jgoft, |n days from Manila for >80 Francisco trying to engineer a deal by which tne Bros., of Seattle, may get the battle
E. Keernay was going out to his mine,
•ominenioratioti of the Lewis and with 1.000 sick aud wounded soldiers. French government will
buy this ship slated for the Union iron Works 20 miles from Earrail, Friday, to pay patch from the prefect of Malaga of the Legion of Honor to Lieutenant
shows the loss of life by the foundering
1 Isrk «t|avdlt|ou to the Pacific coast
or the Bath Iron Works.
off his employes. He had about $3,000 of the tierman training frigate Gneise- W. S. Sima, the formal United State»
’l he schuoiiar Pioneer, lumber-laden land from Brasil
H’0 y«ars ago.
naval att-vche at Baris, whom La I'ree»
The state department has absolutely
in Mexican currency, which he had
for San Francisco, went ashore ou the ;
nau off Malaga to be less than has describes as the person guilty of dis
WILL HELP THE CANAL
As s result ot a mysterious |iolsoiilng Nestucca beach during the recent no knowledge oil the subject.
tied firmly to the bottom of hie wagon,
been reported. Acooriing to this dis closing the gun secrets.
tention, however, has been called to
Mse at the Forsyth mines, near Mar storm.
put his pistol in Ins coat sleeve and
patch, 86 fatalities resulted from the
the matter, and the attempt of the Celombla 1« Willing to Do Everything Within started out.
ietta, Ohio, four persona are dead, four
accident, and 100 |>ersons were in-
Associate Supreme Court J ostie* French capitalists to secure government
Umatilla Lightship to Be Replaced.
ring «nd two olbers sariroualy ill.
When he had gone alvout half way
It* Power to H«*t«n Construction-
George C. Ludlow, ex-governor of New I aid in getting their money back will la<
two Mexicans suddenly coufrouted him
Astoria. Dec. 22.—The lighthons*
Hv« unknown mon who] asked the
Jersey, died at hie residence In New I Watched with interest. There is hard
New Yoik, Dec. 30—A dispatch to aud ordered him to get out of tbe wag
tender Manzanita has received instruc
<4 Brighton, III , for shelter, Brunswick, N. J.
N«w Mint Regulation.
the Herald from Panama says: Senot on.
He obeyed and tbe bandits
tions to replace the Umatilla reef light
n • >« cabilsHma, locked him up imp
Martinez Silvela, the Columbian min searched his person with no result.
Washington, Dec. 20.—The senate ship as soon as practicable. The light
The stranded bark Boltalloch, on partment, that such action would lie a
en broko luto a
bauk and two
Knowiug he must have some money
ship, which broke adrift some days ago,
Willii«« harlior, witbstooil the recent violation of the Monroe doctrine, and
would call forth a protest from the Bogotha this statement of Colombia’s they proceeded to search his baggage vorable leport on the house bill giving is now at Bort Angeles
T»lophoning without wires was ano gale good. 1» fact she Is in better po
attitude on the cuustructiou of an and other effects. While they were at the superintendents of »xunage at the
ory has all the necessary appliances oa
«"-fully accomplished by translinit*
this task Keernsy drew his revolver mints the right to exchsnge gold ban board, and will leave out on hie mis
As long as the claim was in its orig Uth mian canal:
’>K th« voice arroee the Mie« i Mi ppi
Fire in Ea«t Brovidence, R. l„ de inal form. Franco might have main
“The Colombian government will do from hie coat sleeve and flred. His for gold free of charge or with charge,
sion at the earliest opportunity.
«'«■r. nt Minneapolis, a dlstouce ol; stroyed a wharf on which there was tallied that she was simply rectifying everything within its power to facili attack was so sudden the men did not at their discretion.
The present law
' 2 000 tons of coal.
The loss is esti her boundaries, and that the United tate ami hasten th« opening of a canal have time to act, and both were in- makes the charge mandatory.
Spanish Royal Marriage.
Advice« fri,ni ||o ||0
t,1B mated at $200,000.
Htates cannot object to that. Even in by tbe Panama mute, whether it is stautly killed.
Deo. 33.—In the senate to
effected by the actual company holding
Dissatisfisd With Von WsJdcrs«*.
'"iirlnHii troops have lieen northward
Two highwaymen wh»> stop|«ed a that case a rectification of boundaries
Water Storage in Nevada.
day the royal message read by General
the concessions which expiie in 1900,
St. Petersburg, Dec. 21.—The Novo- Azcarraga, the premier, announcing
days and buggy near Bortland, upon discover which involve») an area of Hit»,00U
Washington, Dec. 19. — Repiesvnta-
or by whomsoever may represent their
Vromya observes that there are evi the marriage nt an early date of ths
."1 the Sixth, Eigh- ing that It contalue»! two ladies, a|iolo- square miles would t>e closely scrutin rights.
tivo Newlands today introduced a bill
dences of discontent in all the armies, princess of the Austrias, heiress pre
Franco has, however, forfeited
hu\ Hl11' ‘'wenty-sixth regiments gized and allowed them to drive on.
•‘The government will make reserva for the construction of reservoir» for including the German, with
the right to make that claim by sub
benn active near their stations.
tions only to preserve natioual society, the storage of water on tbe Humlmldt Marshal von WaLlersee’s brutality. I sumptive to the throne, with Prince
Uuited Ntatea Senator W. V. Sulli
mitting the matter to arihtration by
•" insurgents losses during the last
van, of Mississippi, ami Mrs. Marv Hwitserland. Tho territory has been and to give assurame that free transit liver, in Nevada, and for the disposi The paper supports the demand that Charles, second son of the Count ol
"»ya there have been five kl'.lml,
Newman Atkins, of Washington, werr officially decree»! by the Swiss tribu hr wav of the canal for all uatious tion aud settlement of public lauds each army act heneceforth on its own Caeerta, <9. was adopted by 157 votes
and 40 taken prisoners.
within reach of the stored waters.
of St. nal to bo outside of french Guiaua.
shall be fully guaranteed.
"« Americans have lost two killed
- ■ ■ ■—
Christian* in Turkey Massacred by Modem*.
a" “ires wounded.
Woman Suffrag* in Porto Rico.
'lhe sgrlcultural rteparhnment hat
San Juan, Porto Rico, Dec. 19. — In
ths fi0"1' flv" ,’’rr* fott« statue« in
ll<’"t"ii muséum of tine arts prove established at Washington a lalmratory the house of delegates today, Descarts
(o< t«-tlng nil torts of road materials introduced a bill giHiiting unrestricted
w '• liogiis.
The immigration burenu han al suffrage to women on the name terms
flyfl not moro than
contract laborers from Borto M UM>>
"t,r" *’r" ordinarily ivail.le, A
Rico 11 hind in the United Mutes as
Storms in British Columbia.
risr." ‘"'""'"I’« will reveal 5,0(10,00
Vancouver, B. C., Deo. 19. — Storms
The cost of the public schools of of unusual severity have destroyed a
w**" w’’l,fl|'«" t'"' Grenier New York for the year 1901
portion of the diking iu the delta dis
of th« i''
Pflhishad with 100 blows
will he $17,700, 78.
The number of trict
lor |u,"'l,y '‘«mboo and bauishment
$taished ,'uy"u’’ who reads it la also
Jessie Morrison to Be Released.
Eldorado, Kan , Dec. 20.— Judge
Nliinn today agreed to admit Jessie
Morrison to bail in th sum of $5,000,
pending her second trial for the murder
of Mrs. vilin Castle.
father expresses hope that he will be
able to secure Imndsmeu within a few
Miss Morrison's release will
probably end the ass.
It is said she
will go to her old home in West Vir
ginia, when released.
No Duty on Christmas Presents.
Washington, Dec. 20,—The war de
partment has issued an order providing
for the admission into Cuba and the
Philippines tree of duty of packages
and articles cleaily intended hs Christ-
mas presents for the officers and en
listed men of the army and navy and
for other employes of this government
now serving in these islands. The pro
vision will terminate as to Cuba Feb
ruary 18. and as to the Philippines
March 16 next.
Crushed to Doth by a Train.
London, Dec. 22.— A dispatch tc
Vancouver, B. C., Dec. 21 — While the Daily Express rejsirts recent Mos
attempting to board a gravel train at lem excesses against the Christian pop
Baruet, Charles McFee was thrown ulation of Turkey, in which 200 Chris
under the moviug train, the cars pass- tians have been killed.
' iug over his stomach, crushing him to
Chlls Will Exhibit.
Valparaiso. Deo. 21.—The chamber
Patterson's Nomination Confirmed.
of deputies has passed a bill appropri
Washington, Dec. 21.—The senate ating $500,000 for the Chilean exhibit
has couflruied the nomination of J. M. at the Pan-American exposition in
Patterson to be postmaster at The Buffalo.