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ATE THEIR FELLOWS.
Shlpwrscksd Men on Raft Forty Days
Two Out of Twslve Burvlvo.
| Makes Good Speed in Two Trial» on
Th» American Claim for Indemnity
May Be Cut in Half.
LONDON, April 9 The Hlngnpors
HKATTLK, April Ju The tori« e*lo-
April 11. — The
■ orre*p<md.*nt of tho Dully Eipi«**»
boat <h*stroy«-r Guldaborough. built I by
state department has heard further
brom All Part» of th< New World wlr«a a story of < uunlball»m at sea Itemi of Interest From All Parts WoiS & Zwlcfcer, of i**.
,o Hlugiipor« by two survivor*
given two of the flfi t of ii< r officiai Serious Uprising in the Interior from Mr. Rockhill, our special <orn- Plumer
Novo Hi ««tian bark Angola,
mlssioner at Pekin, touching the ef
and the Old.
Hound, off Alki
of the State.
which wu» wr«*i k«*«l nix duys uft«r
Point Haturday; one In lh«- morning
fort making there to reach an agree
With Slight Opposition.
»»Hing from Manila. Octobor 23 la»l
and th« other In the afternoon The
ment respecting the Indemnity to be
demanded from a Chinese government
: >fll< lul trial board, compri -'I Of l.teu
I hn nui vlvor» John»on. a Hw«de, COMMI Rt.lAI ANIJ I IN ASCIAI MAPPfNINGS i tenant Commander» <;. n I I m r«-t.*i»
jr intii U st TO olJK MANY “tAWV
........ .. and THE GOVERNMENT IS GREATLY ALARMED Mr. Rockhill's prin>*lpal effort, acting ENGLISH NOW CONTROL THE RAILROAD
and Marti« oruti, u Hpnnl»rd usa.-rt
Bulmer, i.leuK-.iantn A II W .áñd
under direct Instructions from Sec
thut th« Angola »truck a reof. Two
retary Hay, Is to Induce the ministers
C. Offler, AsalHtatit Naval CoriatriKtor
>np-«h«n»l»« R«vbw «/ th« Important flap
of other powers to keep down the
Adams, all of th** battleship Iowa,
ing llv«. mon. dl»upp«ar«<l. Th« other, A Uriel Rrvlsw of the Growth and Improv» Fruderlck Hullin, tepre **iitlng the General Tun« fu Sian, Commander of the total of their claims to the amount B'S Supply of Ammunition f ound In th«
p«nln<i et th« Pari M««k In a
manta of th« Many Indurirlo Through
with 12 iimii. drlftml for 42 day» Th«
which the financial experts, headed
building firm, un«l several iitvir* *|
Dutch Maffazlat—Skirmish Reported
Northern Armlee, ie at the Head
NullorM nt it barntti I vn , *aawr«*<|, nnd
( .>«ul«m«d form.
out Our Thriving C ommonwealth.
, by Sir Robert Hart, have decided to
jguesta of th«* builder», ari l tin- «or
at Boehnun'a Kop.
finally tlielr boot», and on th« 25th
be within the ability of China to pay.
reapondent of th«- Telegram, were
«lay two In** a tin Inauno nn«l kill««!
The Unlte«l States government has
aboard during th«- trial tupa.
Admiral Hampson r«««lvo» 33330 th«m»«-lvi*» On th«* 26th u Frenchman
Forest Grove—Hix Incbe» of snow
LONDON. April 11.—Lord Kitche
It was 9 o « lock In th«* morning
PEKIN, April 10.—The rumors felt that the total Indemnity claimed
kllh-d th«- mutn »11h un at, drunk hla fell near Forest Grove on April 6.
When the order wa« given to > ast which have been current during the should not exceed £40,000,000, and ner. reporting to the war office, under
j p Morgan organi»»» a depart tiKHnl an«! trl««l to eat hl» brain», but
has steadfastly sought to make that late of Pretoria, April 8, say»:
The Dalles—Th«- Dall«» council ba* «way th«* shore line, ami soon the lit
wm prevented by the other».
Next order«-«) »lx more tire plug* to be In- 11« »teel flyer swung from her morrr past few days of the outbreak of a figure the outside limit of the claim.
' Plumer has occupied Pletersburg
Birtit »tor« trust.
d«y th«- Fr«n< hnian »»» kill««) while »lulled immedlutley.
For itself, the state department claims with slight opposition, He captured
ugs and hcadeil down the harbor tor
Th« American claim for Chin«»« In attempting to mur«1«r the captain. Th»
two locomotives and 49 trucks. He
Ny*»a—The citizen» of Nys«a de Alki Point. Hhe marie the trip over
drmnlty amount a to 3’5000.000.
■urvlvora, all of whom were now In
army, in the provinces of Mon plied Mr. Rockhill with data for the itook 60 prison«-rs, capturing a seven-
mand that the railroad company build it a * ornparutlvi-ly sl«,w ap* * i. Thou -rn
pounder and destroying 210,000 car-
lair«! Kitchener report» th« «aptur«
atuls of ap«-« tutors lined the wharves
nlbollatii contlnui-'l until only Johnson a depot nt that point.
showing the expenditures made by the tridges wlth 1000 rounds of seven
of Pletersburg. th« lloer capital
h«* entire distance of the long water iut«*ly authenticated.
and Marti« ornu remained On the 42*1
Gall* Creek—<)|>«-ratlone have been front, an«l watched thu pretty maneu
LI Hung Chang and Prince Ching government for transportation of our pounder ammunition. and a consld-
Th« Russian fleet return««! to th» «lay the raft stranded on Hubl, or Flat resumed at Kubll » Co.'» quartz mine, vers of th** deatroyer, an«! they wit have received Information on the military contingent in China, its erable a mount of powder and <lyna-
Freii* h coast and »alut««l i.uub«t
I b I uik I. in tin* Nutuna group, nortli- In Gull'» « reek district.
nessed a fine sight, seldom seen In subject which, though indefinite, still maintenance there and the just mite.”
uf Borneo Johnson »nd Mar-
proves that the court la seriously claims of the missionaries who were
The capture of Pletersburg la ré
Weston—Till* town will Issue 15000 th<*K4* Wdtí’IH.
Four largo Alaska tran»|M>rt»tli>n wo»t
were awfully emaciated, worth of bond* to raise money to Im
American citizens and suffered in garded here as important. The place
Arrived at Alki Point, orders were alarmed.
compatii«* ha vo . boon merged into tli-ornu
k rlcndly Malays ««nt them by junk to prove its water supply.
General Fu Sian was. according to property and person from the Boxer is the terminus of the railway, and
given to let her go full »peed ahead.
Ihe sruok«« poure.l from her two last accounts, about 150 miles from outbreak. In Its anxiety to avoid op has been the capital of the Boer gov
I the court with 11.000 regular troops, pressing China and to secure a speedy ernment since the evacuation of Pre
Th«’ Negro» governor tried to »tart
a* being mor« numerous ____________
In Eugene large ata« ks In dense *oiumnH. as she ill supposed to be devoted to himself. settlement of the Chinese question, toria. The whole Northern railway
AGREED to DY CANADA.
a rebellion, but could not ae< uro a
fairly fl**w through the blue waters
of the Hound, apurting the spray high The court has about the same number the United States government stands is now in the hands of the British.
Dusty—The school at Dusty has Into the air from her bow. Over to >f soldiers at Singan Fu. but it is willing to make a heavy rut in its According to I.ord Kitchener’» dis
Fear of punishment of Chinese of
been < lon«-«l ngnlii on ac< uunt of a Magnolia bluff che sped, like a race probable that the troops of Tung Fu claim, provided the other nations rep patch. only one officer and one man
Rclsls <»u»««l tho rebellion In north
hors«, eagi-r to win the highest tro Hlan are better drille«! and better resented at Pekin will also abate their was killed. The Boers evacuated the
As a re fr<*nh outbreak of diphtheria.
Lincoln County—Th«- Lincoln County phies, circling around, »he crossed armed. It is believed that the Mon claims in proportion. It is entirely town during the night prior to Plu-
The anniversary of th« surrender of Agriculture Wilson and th« Cuna Farmers' Association has decided to ba< k on th«- course just traversed. golian rebellion was brought about possible. If Mr. Rockhill can induce mer's arrival, after blowing up two
of Appomattox »»» celebrated by tho «Ban minister of agrh ultiir«, un agree hol«l a county fair next fall.
I his was r«-peate«l four complete through the agents of Prince Tuan the other ministers to make a cut trucks laden with ammunition.
ind General Tung Fu Sian. LI Hung of 50 per cent in their Indemnity he
I .ord Kitchener reports the capture
Hamilton Club of Chicago*
men! lias boon re»« hod between il the
Grants Pass—Work has commenced trips. Arriving ba< k at Alki Point, Chang thinks there are about 5000 will do so, though the apparent result of 16 prisoners, 50 horses and the
Agulnaldo ha» »lgn«’«l the peace
on th«* Granta Pass Williams telephone
be the loss to the United States of depot of war stores at Boshman's
their runs to the city from Tacoma,
ivlalna hla followers to 1» to hav« u first < is»» veterinarian st*i line, and will aoon be In operation.
Kop. Orange river colony.
sh» paused, as if to catch her breath, line« to the belief that they have 312.500,000.
tlon«<! in England to test for tuber
scerpi Anion* an sovereignty.
The administration is satisfied that
As an offset, the commander in
Baker City—During March. 98 coy when the Flyer, the fastest steamer
« ulosls all Brltlah tattle shipped to
chief reports that 100 men of the
G. W Coivi» of Granta Paa», Or., this country via Canada. Th.- Cana ote e< alps were turned in at Baker on tho Sound, appeared. Still the
British lancers and Imperial yeomanry
ha* hern appointed United H(al«a cou dian a iinlnlstration wanted «util«- to City at the oflb e of thu county clerk. Goldsborough waited. The Flyer came
' who was last reported at Ning Hsu representations of Mr. Rockhill been were attacked by 400 Boers to the
■ul it Barranqullla. Colombia.
t«> admit!«■*! from Canada without tests
Baker City—Negotiations are now alongside, then painted on. The full Sian
of Aberdeen. Cape Colony.
»peed ahead signal was given, and
Washington democratic official's sc* at tho border by American expert» pending at Baker City for sale of the then
sist arrest) and General Tung Fu Sian the formidable rebellion which has an«i that after several hours' fighting
Hon In dis* barging G A It mo-i la
witnessed on Puget Bound, began, the is to create a diversion of interest in broken out under the leadership of the British were surrounded and cap
not agr«« to this H«-<*r«tary Wilson for 340,000.
Ml«l to bo violation of stato law
to the * Ity being thre«- miles. order to force unconditional protec General Tung Fu Sian in Shen Si | tured. with the exception of 25. who
said, however, that If Canada would
Eugene—The boar«l of dlre< tort of
province would never have occurred. succeeded In making their escape.
through th» wat* re tion of themselves.
P. C. Knox of Philadelphia, was sen«! to Englan«! an ng«*nl who shouhl Eugene n< hool dlstrl« t have accepted Faster an*l r
Unofficial Chinamen of Intelligence Mr. Rockhill had satisfied himself
■worn In ■■ United States attorney have »utfi« lent eip«*rt knowl««<|ge of plans for a new *rhool building, to wp«*<l th« little steel destroyer, and it regard
the rising as most unfortunate that the Chinese government was ab- '
RUSH TO NOME.
»«•••med that the Flyer bail suddenly
general to succeed Attorney General th« aubje« t th« United Blate» would < oat about 315.000.
»topped, so slow was her speed com- ■it the present time to the interests of aolutely sincere when It pleaded Ina- ■
admit «attle upon his rcrtlhcat« that
Wendling—Hmallpoi Is very preva par«-d to that «*f the Goldsborough. China, and as of possibly meaning the billty to punish this great general and | Prospect That All Previous Records
cattle b»«l l*<***ti tested ami found
One ln«ur<«nt rolonel. 13 nfllrrr», tho
Will Be Broken This Season.
lent at thl» |>la> «. and county author- The latter was at her dock and tied use of foreign troops to protect even Prince Tuan in the full measure de
■3 men and 92 riti«« surr«nd«re*| f «»
Itle* have been appealed to. So far tip before- the Flyer had blown her the court itself. The ministers of the manded by the powers. It is thought
April IL—The rush to
Ueutenant Colonel M C. OocMlneli In otfiilally « tplaln«*! that about in per It la only In a mild form.
«'Ity whistle. Probably never again powers do not think that, provided here that modest demands could have Nome this season will be the largest
cent of th«* llv« riot k in the United
Corvallis—Benton county has I sail cd will so gran«! an«! majestic a sight present Interference is likely. If the and the rebellion averted. The in yet. Even at this early date hundreds
A inagrì>fi* «ni «<|o«*trisii statue <d Blates and about t*i per cent In Great a call for all warrant* outstanding be s«-en as that race, and the immense dynasty shoul«! be overthrown, it demnity question has also consumed of intending Nonieites are buying
General John A Logan was unveiled Britain have tul*« r* uloais. The cattle up to August 10, 1900, and same will crowds on the do«*ks se«-me«l to ap would, to a certain extent, delay the an unusual length of time, and if it tickets so as to be sure of a berth
predate it, for as the Gohlsborough peace negotiations, but they consider
when the time comes to go. The ear
la Washington In tho presen«« of an on tho continent of Europe ar«« so dis be pal«l upon prc*<-titatlou.
had been settled several weeks or liest
hew near to her wharf, she was greet-
sailing for that place from this
ease*! that this government will not
Brownsville—There are now two • •<! with tremendous shouts from a that a regime not bouml by traditions even months ago. the present diffi city is April 26, that being the date
permit tlie admission of any animals bras» bands In Brownsville. A new
like those of the present court prob culty. it is believed, would have been J
The war department will reu* to from there
thousan«! and more throats. At noon ably
Jeanie is scheduled to
would be much easier to deal impossible.
one lias just been organized, k nown the party went to the Butler cafe,
operate tr»n»|»«rt» to Cuban port», and
sail, Most all of the berths have been
as the Brownsville Independent bund. where they were given a banquet
has advertised for tilde from private
sold already. Dozens of steamers,
by could be much curtailed.
CLEARING THE HARBOR.
THE REBELLION FAILED.
concerns for performing the servito
Glendale—There have been 41 cases Mr. Ballin.
schooners and barges will make the
amalli>ox In and about this place,
trip this year, and the prospects are
It I* oflli-lally statori that sin««’ th» Collier M • rrlmsc Is Being Blown Out of
but no death» as yet. Several case»
PERRY IS TOO SLOW.
that every one of them will be loaded
of the Way.
rebellion In the Philippine» began
view of the situation, thinks the re
are now In a very critical condition.
to the gunwales with passengers and
Uiooo native» have been killed, 7667
SANTIAGO DE CUB A April 9.- Fif
DUMGUATE. Island of Negros. P. freight.
Goble—Th«* Goble & Nehalem Rail Destroyer Built by Union Iron says the present court is loved and
rii!«» captured nr surrender««! and te«n hundred pound» of lynamlt«* were
Late news from Nome points to a
AM.142 riunii» of ammunition s«*ir< I used yesterday afternoon In blowing way Company I» operating »lx donkeys
by nine-tenths of the pop I.. April 11.—Since the was
at Baco- great season there. There has been
WASHINGTON. April 10—Se«tr esteemed
at Its Goble camp» un<! expect to In
tary lxmg was Informed today that
lot. the capital of this island. March a ricn strike on the headwaters of
Th« Ik*an of Canterbury la seriously
sunken l ulled Niâtes «oilier M<-rrl stall four additional donkeys about the torpedo-boat destroyer Perry, built proportion of able-bodied men in 21. the native civil governor of the the Kuskokwin river, and that has
mac. which has long Impelled the en Heptember.
by the Union Iron Works, of San Fran
island, Senor Sovereno. has attempted caused a great sensation among those
Bandi.o, th« Filipino general, sur trance to the harlair The explosion
Lebanon—The Kh-ctric Light and cisco, failed to meet contract speed isting dynasty. The empress dow to start a ^Insurrection against the who propose to go there this summer.
was hear«! plainly In the city, five Water Company of l«ebanon has let requirements on her official triul. ager. as the adviser of the emperor, establishment of the commission's
A recent letter received in this city
mile» »»ay Divers I m med 1st el y de the contract for construction of a new Under the contract the vealii was re holds the affections of the people, not new system of civil government. He from Nome gives an interesting ac
Aguinaldo will bo removed to an ■■ -»tided and foutxl 40
quire«! to develop a speed of 29 knots eigners. Her slightest wish is the cm- failed to secure a following.
count of life in that far northern
water over th« forward portion of the live feet high.
an hour, but the best she could do on icror's law. though he is by no means
The sentiment of the provincial country. The writer says the winter
government is almost unanimous in has been very mild this season, and
Chinear troops In Mongolia and Shin
Athena—A man arrived at Athena her trial run was 28.2 knots an hour.
gin tomorrow to pi.o «■ mines aft. which on a new bicycle and was immediately The action of the department has not t figurehead, as the foreign powers favor of the division of the fund of he has been going around with very
81 have rebelled.
h» expects to explode In a week, thus arrested by request of Pendleton au yet been determined, but th«- vettkel frequently suppose. The emperor rec 370,000 Mexican currency, now in the little more underwear and other cloth
Th» Chine»« court la preparing for completely dealing the hartvor en thorities. He had stolen the wheel probably will In- accepted, subject to ognizes her ability, invaluable aid hands of the present government of ing than he wore when in this city,
» removal from Pekin.
between the proposed prov and he says he never wears an over
a slight deduction from the contract
from a store at that place.
The remaining bodies of Americans Negros,
Yesterday's Incident was highly
of Occidental and Oriental Ne coat. Prices on produce, he says,
were shipped homeward this mom inces
The Indemnity negotiations are like spectacular Residents on Hnilth Key
Medford—A pioneer butcher of this
The bone of contention has were very low at the time of the
ing. They now number 54. and will gros. that
ly to bo lung drawn out.
adjacent to the wre< k. left the Island place has been convicted of selling
the commission set apart writing, which was the 15th of Jan
Much Mail From Nome.
leave on board the transport Egbert been
His employes testi
of this fund for Occidental uary. He said the best hay was sell
Seattle, April 10.—United States tomorrow. The Egbert will also take
A naval school will be established demolished. Tho overlcaiklng hills fi***l that they had orders to kill auy
for Oriental Negros, ing for 1250 per ton. Coal was down
mall from Teller City, within the 27 military prisoners, a number of
it Newport for petty officer».
wore lined with people, and large sli k animal that was likely to die.
ircle of the Arctic, Sinrock. Nome. sick men. the discharged soldiers, the the difference in the amounts to be to |69 per ton. but last winter was
offset by taxes still unpaid at Baco- up to >90. Best beefsteak is selling
A plot to assasslnat« th«- president numbers of pleasure »«-ekers encircled
Klamath—Captain O. C. Applegate, St. Michael and all of the principal
th« wreck nt a safe distance. When agent nt Klamath Indian agency, is IMilnts along the Yukon, from its teamsters and other civilians em Ito. A resolution in favor of the re for 75 cents per pound, and turkey
of Francs has been discovered.
th« electric button was touch«) n pyr making arrangements for extensive mouth to White Horse, arrived tn this
of the two provinces has for 50 cents. He says Nome is the
According to expert opinion. China organization
Bscll Ithodcs has entirely recov amlil of water arose 40 feet, and the Improvements at th«- agency, for which city today, on board the steamer City
been adopted. Details have been em place to make a fortune in a small
ered and 1» now In goo«l health.
surface was Immediately cover««! with provision was made at the last see of Seattle. It is the third Nome mall
time, and advised the man to whom
to £30.000.000 without crippling her bodied providing for the obligations
wreckage and tons of dead fish The
The he was writing here to sell all of his
received since the close of Behring financial resources, while the amounts of the present government,
A Mlsaluippi woman »hot an«l kllb-d launch«-» an«! yacht» returned to the alon of congress.
provinces will be created later.
interests and come up there in the
set navigation. There were probably
her husband during a family quarrel. city laden with souvenirs of th*
Ions—A well Is being sunk at Ione 3000 Nome letters of date as late as which the powers at present demand
summer and go in with him in open
I near th«- depot for the Oregon Railroad January 15 From tho stamping the 000.
ing up a large produce store. The
Over 1500 arrests have been mad» wreck.
A* Nnvlgatlon Company. Tho road carriers did not leave St. Michael
shortest day had three hours of sun
st Odessa during the past few days.
will hav«« Its windmill above town until eight days subsequent to their
Reduction of Money Order Rates.
Cause of the Rebellion in Northern shine. but darkness did not come on
until 8 o'clock at night.
Washington. April 8 in addition tc moved to the view well, the old being •eparture from Nome. Numerous St. WOMEN TO GO TO SOUTH AFRICA.
It is rumored In Brussels that Gen-
*ra| llotha will renew p»»c» negotla tho arrangement with Cana«la. it h Insufficient to supply the engines with Michael letters were stamped Janu English Girls Apply by Hundreds for
ary 23. The Nome mail which was
eipe<te«l that a reduction of postal, water during the summer.
ister to China. M. de Giers, respond- , LARGEST PRUNE CROP KNOWN.
money order rat* » b*'tw**«-n th«- Unltedi
carried in a single pouch, contained
the letter from Prince Ching ,
_8*,h. Jvtws. » Klondike miner, Htate» ami both the Philippines ami!
NEW YORK. April 10.—A rather un and to
letter» posted for every principal city
Li Hung Chang regarding Man Outlook in Clark County—Orchards
i , «h" «rip from Dawson to B«-«ttlo Cuba will be put in oporation on July
’n the United States and Canada, expected result hns followed Mr. churia. merely refuses to hold further
Are in Fine Condition.
•n 19 days.
15. next. Th«- arrangement just signed « Wheat Walla Walla. 57c; Valley. while not a few are addressed to Eu- Chamberlain's recent speech in sup communication with them upon the
Wash., April 11.—
port of the scheme for sending women
tn-lwecn tli<- postal administrations <>! '
Clark county fruitgrowers are much
'» ««Ung high while In th« United Htate* ami Canada will i nominal; blucstem, 59c per bushel.
out to South Africa, at the conclusion subject.
The Mongolian Prince Olaskan gratified over the excellent prospect
«L. ."J- *n'* wl11
remove to a fash- take effect on that «lay. nnd negotla •
of the war. says the London corre father-in-law
An Incendiary Fire.
' barrel; graham, 32 60.
of Prince Tuan, proves for a big fruit crop. The orchards
St. Ixtuls, April 10.—It Is believed spondent of the Tribune. An enor to be an important factor in the re all over the county are in fine condi
lions aro now in progress with th« * Outs White. 31 25 per cental;
mous number of letters has been re- bellion now In progress. He urges i
tion; nothing has so far occurred, as
ueidsborough broke record for »pe»d to be consummated In tin«« for all' Barley Feed, 316 50017; brewing, the destruction of a grain elevator celved from women eager to emigrate the rebellious troops to march on ’ far as can be ascertained, to injure
owned by the St. Louis Elevator A an«l reluctant to wait until hostilities Singan Fu. Chinese knowing Gen the trees. The climatic conditions
three arrangements to I........ffectlvc $16 50017 per ton.
or YWMl» In her class.
simultaneously. Thin means a redtic
Mlllstuffs Bran. 316 per ton; mid Storage Company, was of incendiary are ended. One woman who wrote
Sian say the empero ! have been most favorable for prune
Ml»« roants attempt«*! to wreck an lion on nil money order business be dlings, 321 50; shorts, 317 50; chop. origin. Several boys whom th«- w itch direct to Lord Salisbury said she was eral Tung Fu rebe'llon
upon his own
other fruit trees. The buds have
man just previous to his discovery of prepared to go out at once with her brought the he published the edict and
hl.hl !* .
,r"ln "« MbI«'« bridge, tween tho United Htaten. Canada. Cu 316
been kept back by the cold, frosty
•'«»ho, but did little damage.
ba am! tho Philippines of from 1 p«-i
liny Timothy. 312012 50; clover, the fire had ordered from the premises mother and sisters, but she Indicates threatening the general with future nights which accompanied the warm,
cent, th«- International rate which now 3709 50. Oregon wild hay, 3607 per are thought to be guilty. The the no particular sphere of usefulness. punishment, On account of his pres sunshiny days of February and March,
Another wrote to the colonial office
of ««»van» were »«• applies,
applies to three fourth of 1 per cent ton.
started In the oil room.
power and influence. General until now it is believed the season is
in behalf of herself nnd a few other ent
—^* - Is
•- th.- .........
Hops 12014c per pound, 1899 crop.
Tung Fu Sian would not permit this so far advanced that there is scarcely
ret so« lety of tho students.
Major Taylor In Paris.
and naturally desired to prove that any further danger. With a week
Paris. April 10.- Major Taylor, the the colonial office authorities are do power. He has the entire Moham more of the present warm sunshine,
Fatal Train Wreck.
Wool Valley, 13014c; Eastern Ore
I k -V"^«!
ho b**n '»ttlhor-
Kansas City. Mo. April 9- By the gon, 9012c; mohair, 20 0 21c per American cyclist, will mak<- Ills
medan population with him. Prince the prune orchards will be In full
• nil.« r«'
‘,f th* nn*Y to
nppearance on a European track this cations from women other than those Tuan also has a large following, while bloom. Last year prune orchards in
of the engine and n number pound.
navy ' U *,|lll>l»<»s in the American derailing
Butter Fancy creamery, 2O022*4c; afternoon, when he starts In a
Prince Olaskan controls the entire this county were in bloom three
Into tii'e'cltv this evening on th«- Kan dairy. 15018c; store, 1001214c per open event. Taylor's European tour th«- servant typo are urgently advised province of Mongolia.
weeks before now. Fruitgrowers pre
dict the largest prune crop In the
h-nt Mriù* ■‘•fhlne wna usetl in re- sag City Suburban Belt Line railroad pound.
Eggs Oregan ranch, 1301314c per
history of the county.
’’Allons. Th» result wa» line .four members of th» crew were
One of the stipulations In the colored for them, and the public funds cannot
mlnule« “ftur tho pulls Injure«!. William Prime, brukemiin. dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed. 33 500
New Ten-Dollar Ncte.
had Ills skull broken nn.l eves scalded.
From 25.000 to 50.000 Killed Since
free passages to the Cape.
Hn will die. The engine was dcmol 6; hens, 3506; <lrc»s<-ri, 11012c per required to ride Sundays.
the War Began.
Washington. April IL—The secre
Injunction agalnat lshe<! ami 10 cars were reduced to pound; springs. 3405 per dozen;
Flood Scare is Over.
KILLED IN A WRECK.
YORK. April IL—According tary of the treasury has approved a
«lucks, $5i«i6; geese, 3,!08 per dozen:
Boston. April 10.—The flood acare to NEW
* '"'»'any ami holds that kindling wood.
a Herald special from Washington, design for the new 310 legal tender
turkeys, live, 11012c; dressed, 13014c Southern Pacific Firemen Meet Death all over New England, due to rising since
for gag «hkrge whatever they like
rebellion in the Philippines United States note. Prominent in the
waters from five days of heavy rains. J 50.000 the
Ten Fresh C*»e* of Plague.
men Is the lowest estimate of center of the face of the note is the
Cheese—Full cream, twins. 13(3
OGDEN. Utah. April 10.—West has died out. and tonight the reports the war department of the casualties picture of an American buffalo, taken
Cap«- Town. April 9. In the last 48
13*4c; Young America, 1314014c per bound Southern Pacific passenger No. indicated that a change for the bet J sustained by the Filipino forces; 7667 from a photograph of a fine mounted
«« now ' A,e«ndrla. Egypt, and hour* 10 fresh case» of btlhoni«- plague pound.
I was wrecked at Moore's Hill, near ter would come before daylight. The rifles have been captured or surren- specimen In the national museum. On
have I.... .. ofll« tally report««!. Of those
(-»P« Town""* Urt’ Hl*<>
*“ four are Kuroportn«, nn»l th® other» col
Potatoes 45055c per sack.
Wells. Nev., last night.
Fireman losses will be heavy, no doubt, but , dered, and 65.142 rounds of ammuni the right and left ends are the por
Mutton—Lambs. 12*4c per pound lllckmnn. of Ogden, ami Fireman Lo nothing to be compared to the fresh tion have been seized. The number of traits of Lewis and Clark, the noteil
ore«! persons. The corpse of a colorc.l
ewes der, of Wells, were killed, and En ets of recent springs. The reason is Filipinos killed cannot be accurately explorers of the far Northwest. By
almlents hav» person who died of the disease was gross; best sheep, wether», 3
34 50; dressed, 7Mt07%c per pound.
gineers Warner, of Wells, and Bride, obvious to people in Southern New determined, as General MacArthur In the side of each is a youthful figure
for rl",,n« found today.
Ilogs Gross, heavy, 35 7506; light. of Ogden, wen- seriously but not fa England, for the early spring left his dispatches states that it is im extending a palm over the pictures.
34 7505; dressed. 7c per pound.
tally Injured. A broken truck caused the ground open for a good soaking, possible to be accurate on this point The figures and letters denoting the
America Must Pay Higher Dutlee.
Veal Large. 707*4c per pound; half the train to leave the track, th» and this natural absorption of the It would not surprise officials should denomination are quite large and con
London. April 9. According to thi- small.
fln<lR ,hwt "'’hool
8’409c per pound.
two mall cars catching Are. cremating rnin is taking care of much of the tho Filipino fatalities reach 25.0OO. and spicuous. The note Is considered as
Ht. Petersburg correspondent of. the
Beef Gross, top steers. 3505 26; Hickman.
Engineers Warner and water, while the great surplus of the some say that 50,000 is closer to the artistic as any that has been issued
Or««on nro short Dally Mull. Import duties for Vlmll
l,tr»«lon <>f llii,p? ron
mlmln- voatock linvc l»*«-n rained on nil Amer cows an«! heifers. 34 5004 75; dressed Bride wore badly scalded. The mall overflow, being unimpeded by ice, la real figures.
in many years.
b*-ef, 708U<’ per pound.
n 01 •' him! land board.
cars wore entirely consumed.
ican Iron, steel nnd mn< lilnery.
No Verdict in Jolnlst Case.
Rnllna. Kan.. April 9.—The first trial
'*u2e h“"M "ol 8trBn,,> litHlIIllIl,
down, and the London of a jolnlst under the new llurrell
-•=□ to pay £22,500 us law piisaed bv the Inst legislature,
which makes It n misdemeanor to be
found In posaesslon of spirituous
monarch In liquor, result«-«! In no venllct her.- late
I*1 «»tn of ni" ”VP,r th" ,,lnd’>
last night, nnd th* J'"X
?!ople of tn«» ‘7iHU ' H"'1 Kf”*«'ns a charged
It was tho case of Henry
'Iwarf . h“" n ,nllll"'> «"’"I"- Htovena ami wife, whoa«« place wa»
Wo""'l>* DJIlmii lie- raided by th«- sheriff recently. The
110 years . ¡'J1
"h” •« passage of the law was a resu t of the
'»rgor tin, ' ’ ? 10
,,ot •‘D’ temperance cnisnde started by Mrs
* r lhun « child of 10.
In 1800 Sweden had a population of
2.350.000, and nt ins’ present time, in
spite of the large emigration which
hns given 1.000.000 people to tho
United States, the population I a 5,-
But one person is alive who sat In
the house of commons when Queen
Victoria came to the throne. It is
Earl Fitzwllllam. who. when Viscount
Milton, was elected a few months
before William IV died. At the Dia
mond jubilee there were several sut»
v Ivors of pre Victorian parliament».
Indianapolis. April 10.—The In*
«liana Epworth League is tho first to
make official arrangements for tho
trip to San Francisco for the Inter
national convention In July. North
ern Indiana will rendezvous at Chi
cago, leaving there July 9; Central
Indiana will meet at Bloomington.
III., nnd Southern Indiana at St. Louis,
all leaving the same «lav and mooting
nt Kansas City. Sunday, July 14.
will be spent at Salt Ln!:.- City. This
state will send • delegation of 600 to
In Charge of Colorado Fuel & Iron.
Denver, April 10.—Tho statement
was made today on what Is said to
he the highest authority that John
AV. Gates, chairman of the American
Steel & Wire Company; John l.ani
bert, ex-president of that company,
and I. L. Wood, ex-second vice-presi
dent, have secured control of the Col
orado Fuel * Iron Company by recent
purchases of stock, and will at once
double the capacity of the Pueblo
plant, adding tin and wlte mills and
additional blast furnaces.
Reconsidered by Cubans.
Knox Sworn In.
Havana, April 11.—The Cuban con
stitutional convention today formally
reconsidered the vote against sending
a commission to Washington, the Anal
vote standing 20 in favor of recon
sidering to eight opposed. The pro
gramme is now to appoint a commit
tee of five, who shall, in the first In
stance. wait upon Governor General
Wood, discuss the situation with him,
and ask his advice regarding the pro
cedure necessary in the present case
Washington, April 10.—Philander
C. Knox, of Pittsburg, who succeed»
Attorney General Griggs at the head
of the department of justice, was
sworn In at 10:30 yesterday morning
In the cabinet room of the white house.
There were present President Mc
Kinley and Mr Kuox's youngest sou.
Philander C. Knox. Jr., ami Justice
Shiras, of the supreme court, who ad
ministered th« oath. Justice Shiras
Is an old friend of the new attornoy