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EVENTS OF THE DAY
CHAFFEE 18 RECALLED.
Relieved ol Command In the
FROM the four quarters of
NEWS OF THE STATE
Davis to Succeed Him.
KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 24
brants Pass Visited bv a $50.000 Fira
ITEM8 OF INTERE8T FROM ALL
MERRILL IS DEAD
8WEPT BY FLAME8.
inated in Defective Flue.
Department Proposes to Make Vancouver 0 m
ol the Largest in Country.
KILLED HI8 PAL, JUST
OVER HALF A CENT
THI8 PREVENT8 A SETTLEMENT
Washington, July 15.—The action of
OF CHICAGO STRIKE.
Grants Paas, Oregon, July 15.—A fire
A8 HE 8AID.
the war department in allotting $142,-
PART8 OF OREGON.
< li ill.M. hits Is-, h relieved u| the com
which is believixl to have hail its origin
000 for immediate expenditure in en
mutiti in tin. I * 111111 * 11 i 11«-e ami ordered to
in a defective flue in a hotel yesterday
the viniininiid uf the d*-partaient ol tlm
larging the present quarters at Van Both Railroads and Frcighthandlcra Say Thoy
A (omprehaaaiva Revlew ol ih« Important last liv an order issued by Secretary Commercial and Financial Happcnhgs of Im afternixin destroyed $50,006 worth of
Will Yield Nothing Mora, and Expact to
Barracks indicates that this post
Brother of the Outlaw Identifle» the Re-
A southwest wind
portance A Brief Review of the Growth property here.
I he order is as follows-
ll.ppexlngs ol Iha Fast Week. Pr(Hnlld Risii
Fight It Out to a Flniah—Business Man
is not only to lie retained as department
"Hv direct mn <>l tie* president, Major
malm—Discovery Was Made by Woman
and Improvement* uf the Many Industriel that was blowing a gale scattered the
la a Condense«! Form. Whith Is Moti
th« Qty Losing a Million Dollar» a
General Geroga W Daxis will relieve
flying enilxtrs over all parts of the city
and Her Son While Out Picking Barrias developed as one of the largest perma
Throughout Our thriving Commonwealth
Llkely te Frova ot Interest lo Our Many Major General ' ha Hee of tin' collimami
Day—No Sign of SattlamanL
and made it practica'ly impossible for
nent army stations. The money now
—Will Nat Get Full Reward.
of tin- ills i, h . h uf ti,« Philippine», hep-
— Latest Market Report.
made available will lie expended under
the firemen to keep the flames under
Chicago, July 16.—U bile the whole
the direction of the department and
control. The fire was a most remark
< u n. ral limite«' will with his author-
Chehalis, July 16. — All doubt of constructing quartermasters in enlarg
11««« war ilepartincili bus ordered III« let'll ani repair to Governor’s inland,
A street fair will be held at l.a ' able one in that it did not sweep every
business of this city is almost com
Convict Harry Tracy's story that he ing and fitting up the 10 barracks
Mioii'ltu, in«* al Kingston, '
New York, and arsii urn command of Grande this fall.
ha«l slain his pal, David Merrill, hts buildings now standing, making them pletely paralyzed, and while ita busi
| u Giiayra, Venezuela.
III«* depurtm« lit io the East.”
Clackamas county hop growers have |
there, making the situation all the more been removed by the news that Mer sufficiently large to accommodate a full ness men are standing a loss of $1,000,-
\ few tin. u»'o General Chaffee was xold 32,000 pounds of the 1901 crop at
King Edward lina no fi
rill's dead body hail been found, four regiment of infantry.
New quarters 000 a day, the striking freighthandiera
difficult for the firemen arid the citi
calili.I timi lie could have command of 20 centH per pound.
timi he ha» Ix-esi alile lo g,
miles southeast of here, partial!y con will also be erected for the accommoda and the railroads are in a deadlock and
zens, who fought heroically to quell the cealed by two logs, between which the
ell her I lie depart loen t of the East or tlie
varili ter a short ernia«.
Marion county farmers anticipate
tion of two large companies of field
department of the lakes if he deaired
destructive flames. Nearly all of the murderer bail thrown it. Although artillery of 120 men each. Such addi announce their determination to fight
Triu-v'n !»"t exploit wus
to a finish over the question of one-half
residences and buildings burned were
tional officers' quarters will be erected a cent per hour per man, or a total of
eia», where li«« mml« u Isiy »lia ve
reformed that the retire meut of General in the harvest fields this year.
„iiiie thri'c inuii hsik«>«l on.
Tlie committees are active in the instirtsl tor one-half or two-thirds of body, one in the wrist and another in as are necessary to accommodate the $500 tor every 24 hoars, thia being
Brook«« afford«'«! an opportunity of
complement of officers in command of
making either exchange he desired. preparations for the street fair to be their value.
tini, li unii risi and elght liners h
the back, and it is believed that a the troops provided for. A large build divided on one side between 24 rail
roads and on the other side between
The fire originated in the old City third bullet found lodg nent in’tbe ncek
Th« lablegrain clowd Kith a commen held bi Baker City in September.
just arrived ut New York from I
ing tor the "bachelors’ mess” will also 10,000 men.
muda, whcru they were
Timber lands in Klamath county are hotel, on Front street. Flames were
be erected, together with several smaller
The situation tonight is more serious
eral Chance's services in China and th«' going fast.
privi mot • of M ar •
In the neighborhis««! of dtM overeil breaking through the kitchen treahcery. The discovery was made by buildings not yet arranged for.
than at any time since the commence
200 filings have been mad«* already this
The apportionment of funds made
and probalny caused by »defective flue. her 12 year-old son George, who were does not provide for sewer, water and ment of the trouble, and at no time
Fanned by the fierce wind, the flames picking blaekbeiries in the woods near heating systems, for which additional since the walkout have the points at
issue been bo obstinately maintained.
Tlie first free rural mail delivery had completely enveloped the City hotel the Northern Pacific railroad track,
In the Three times yesterday the freight
route in Southern Oregon will !«• es and the adjoining buildings before the at d were attracted to the body by the funds will be allotte«! later.
handlers sent committees to meet the
tablished out of Ashland about tlie first fire department could reach the scene, odor. Thinking at once of the story of
ber will tie used, as experience has
notwithstanding their prompt response. Tracy, which, with tlie many tales of taught that on the Pacific coast frame general managers, and three times
came bai k without results.
A violent wind storm did serious I The Grants Pass brewery was next in his adventure«, is known to everyone buildings are a great deal cheaper and call was made without giving warning
damage in Umatilla county last week. the path of the flames, and in a few
«equally as satisfactory aa brick. Plans to the managers, and when the commit
Mucli fruit was kn<M-ke«l «iff the trees ' minutes was re<lured to ashes.
for this new work are now being com
The body was lying tietween two logs, pleted, and will Ire advertised at an tees arrived, they were unable to find
' blaze then leaped across the street to
and some grain blown down.
¡the railroad yards of the Southern face down and with the legs and one early date, i.s most of the work will be any of them, ior the mason that the
managers were having a meeting of
Two howitzers, shellsand other relics Pacific, w here are located the round hand up. lhe spot where it lay is
their own, and were not at their offices.
of th« historic Fort Sumter, in Charles house, machine shops and wixxl yard. about 200 feet from the Northern Pacific done by contract.
At Fort Lawton, 1105,500 lias been The second call produced more effect,
ton bay, have lawn secured for the These were soon a mass of flames. track, on an unfrequented road, and so
apportioned for erecting new quarters as several of the committees saw the
soldiers' monument in Pot Hand.
Across the street were three residences, distant from any dwelling that the for two additional comfianies of infantry
By this crack of Tracy’s murderous rifle might in addition to the two companies now managers, but nothing definite resulted.
Real estate valuations are rising rap- and these were next to go.
alarm. have soundeil without attracting any at quartered there, while headquarters for The last committees were sent out by
iilly around l.a Grande.
President Curran, of the freighthand
fruit farm which was purchase'I three The wildest excitement prevailed, for tention. The surroundings and the Io a regiment will also be built, making lers, at the demand of the teamsters,
years ago for $1,100, has been sold for
on Front street and all of the residences the story Tracy told to the cerw of the sound. These buildings will lie frame. who wanted something attempted to
ward a settlement. This time the com
of the city, comprising half of Grants launch which carried him down Puget
At Fort Wright the $27,000 allotted mittees were started so late in the
lhe Eastern Oregon Medical Asso Pass, seemed diximed, as they were di sound from near Olympia, July 2, may
will be expended in erecting officers afternoon that it was a foregone conclu
ciation held a meeting at Hot latke last rectly in the path of the flames. Every l>e true, although there is reason to
quarters of brick, to replace the quar sion that they would not find many of
week. There were 48 of the 65 mem* available team, dray and truck in the believe that the convict, fearing that
ters now provided. Work at the late
tiers present. The next session will lx* city were brought into use in getting Merrill would reveal the whereabouts named posts will Ire done by contract, the general managers at their offices.
held at La Grande in January, 1903.
the contents of stores and residences tn of the fugitives bv itis clumsiness under supervision cf the constructing All the committees reported, as before,
that they had failed of any result.
kilted him in cold blood.
The Salem cannery lins dosed down. places of safety.
quartermasters now at these stations.
The committee that went to the Mil
The mayor te)ephone<l to Ashland for
Plans for the work will be completed as waukee A St. Paul road came back
Ojierations maybe re-umeil if the pears
and apples are of a good canning assistance and the fire department of tance from tlie spot where the body was rapidly as possible.
bearing the information that they had
quality. The pack this year has rx*en that city was loaded onto a special found, destroyed whatever doubts re
been refused admission, and were in
4,000 cases as against 91,000 last year.
formed that their former employers did
conflagration, where gixxl service was answered Mrs. Wagoner's summons,
not care to receive them, that they had
Warrants have been issued in pay rendered in saving the remainder of and subsequent developments have
ment for the services of members of the ' tlie tOWll.
demonstrated conclusively that Tracy Syndicate Formed Which Proposes to Equip all the men necessary in their business,
and that hereafter no deputations
Oregon City. Woodburn and Salem
not only is the slayer of six men who
would be received from employes who
militia companies while hunting Mer
were obstacles in his path to liberty,
New York, July 15.—It is learned,
rill ami Tra«'y, the totnl expel»« lor
but also shot down his own companion says the Herald, that behind the plan had gone on strike. The officials of
the road declared later that they wonld
this pur|s«se taring $700.
and fellow fugetive. The face was un
It Was Expected, but Not to Soon—Succeeded ' recognizable, and the body in a bad to equip the Brooklyn bridge with mov maintain this position.
A large Ixix ami basket factory i« to
by A J. Bellour.
After this had been reported at head
state, hut a comparison of the descrip ing sidewalks are men of great promin
lx* established at Eugene.
London, July 16.—The fact of the [
tion of scars on Merrill’s hands, his ence in the railroad and financial quarters of the strikers, President Car-
Salem hop buyers are cloni ng eon- resignation of the premiership of Great foot and knee, and the color of his hair, world. They have,it is stated, perfected ran announced that the fight was on to
David Merrill, the Murdtrtd Outlaw.
tracts for the 1902 crops at 20 cents |x*r
War a preliminary organization, and if their a finish, and that hereafter when the
Britain by Lord Salisbury lias been offi- 1 tallie«! with those on the body.
den J. T. Janes, of the Salem peniten proposition is viewed favorably by the railroads had any overtures to make, or
dally given out. The prime minister ' tiary, did not swear that the body was
wished to do any business with their
A reply was received
Two Oregon postofli« ea were diseon-
officials of the city who have power to
Marenni Lax rcceiv«-«! wirelrex signal» I’hilippii.«'«.
laid down the responsibilities of his that of Merrill, but expressed an opin act they will organize a corporation employes, they would be compelled to
at a diMtance of 1,400 mil«». Com
ion to this effect. J. W. Studebaker, under this state and beccnie practically transact such business through the
office July 11.
plete me-aiig« » were re* «iv«*d at a dis left the matter entirely with th«« de and Waldron, Wheeler conuty.
officers of the Freightbandlers’ union.
Castle Rock, who had known Merrill a local concern.
partment, lint that -lie would prefer
Within 24 hours his majesty elevated
A blaze at Sheep Rock mine, four
Both sides now declare that they
tance of 850 miles.
Now York in cat« he waa relieved in miles from Sanger, Eastern Oregon, de- A. J. Balfour, the government’s chief many years, said the laxly was that of
It has been agreed by the representa have reached the limit, and that abso
The United Stat«*» tran»|x*rt li. ixen the Philippines.
lie suggested that stroyetl the stamp mill, hoist an«l other representative in the house of commons, the outlaw. Ben Merrill, his brother, tives of these men that they will with lutely nothing will be conceded.
who has been working in a Chehalis in one year equip the bridge with mov
«■ran. ha» lies-U »«»Id for $*«0,000, a little '»••ptemlier 30 would la* a gissi date to
to the position of premier.
men demand 1754 cents, and the man
more than a third of its coat
make any cliange in the command of
While it was expecte«! in political
ing sidewalks at,theirown expense, and agers say that they will not, under any
Citizens cf Crixik county are consid and commercial circles that Lord Sal pressed the same opinoin.
government in 181*9.
will pay the city 1150,000 a year for circumstances, pay more than 17 cents.
The »tutus of th«* commander of the ering numerous plans of ritiding the isbury’s retirement would Ire coincident
the privilege of operating them. They
Four Chicago railroul* have made
The railroad warehouses, ordinarily
Will Not Mat Full Reward.
have agreed to charge not more than 1 a hive of industry, were almost ax quiet
individual agn-eiucnt» with th« strik «lepartment <>f the East, ns qualifiial •ountv of rabbits, which are the Korst with the coronation of King Edward,
it was scarcely lixiketl for prior to that
cent a ,arson for each crossing. There as on Sunday. At a distance from each
I' pest in Eastern Oregon.
ing freiglitliandlerx. This may caure n by the la-t order is as follow«:
General lli'nk«- is at present in com
event. Consequently about the only ent J. D. Lee, ot the Oregon peniten will be no total suspension of traffic at warehouse was a company of pickets
general break in the strike.
Mountain climbers have starttxl on surprise expressed as the news spread tiary, tixlav received a message asking
mand, but lie is to retire at the end of
any time during the progress of the posted to keep freight from entering or
fsi-ir annual pilgrimage to the top of,—,----- ■ —
----- J »1-
The Ixxly of Izird I’auiK'efot«, late tlie pii'M'nt month.
General Mac- th lias!. One party has already made | through
the date, » whether the reward will be paid to the work, they promise, and the public will leaving the sheds. Nearer the depots
II ascent. They report much snow rather than the
aiiil«a»sa<l<ir <-t Great Britain at Wash Arthur is in command "of the depart •he
fact of the resignation.
.---- • <— person who fouml the Issly of Merrill. not even be inconveniencecT'for more were guards of police on doty to protect
ington, has Isxm laid to rert in tin* ment of the lakes at Chicago, but he th
The real interest was not so much in Superintendent I-ee replied that the re than four days, or certainly more than the men in the warehouses and to quell
family tomb, near Newark-on. I relit, will bn temporarily ordered to New and ice still on the side of the peak.
reference to Lord Salisbury’s with- ward would be paid according to the a week, while the termials are being any disturbances which might arise.
The county bridge over Hubbard drawal as it was in the appointment of language of the offer, which was for put in place. It is proposed to operate Gangs of nonunion men brought into
York after General Bnsike's retirement
the "capture and return" of the con the moving sidewalk for about 10 out
the city to take the places of the strik
Two hundred miners at la avenworth, to command th«' departmei'tof the Fast creek, at Millwood, Douglas county, his successor,
collapsed while a team with a load of
The liveliest speculation is rife as to victs, dead or alive, but that in any of the 24 hours, during the times of ers lounged about the warehouses or in
Kan., have gone on strike.
tlie greatest crush of passengers, and to their cars, with scarcely anything to
ing on. lie « ill retain the «ummarnl lumlwr was crossing. The driver was uie personnel of the new cabinet The
Tlie l’«*nry relief aliiji has startisl on until rclieied by General Chaffee, fatally injured and both horses killed, nmet discussed feature of the ¡lending turn of the body, even though not cap operate the trolley cars as at present do.
dianges is the position of Mr. Cham-
the remainder of the time, thus giving
her trip to the Arctic regions.
probably »lout Novemls'r next, when it
opportunity to inspect tlie>idewalk and
Ix*rlain, the colonial secretary, who in
The preaident has «¡«¡xiinteil Direct«*r is expeefed General MacArthur will
CONDITIONS FOR TIEN T8IN.
BATTLE SHIP AGROUND.
many quarters has been regarded as the
keep it in perfect operation.
Merriam aa permanent «lirector of th«- return to Ins present command in Chi-
Wheat — Walla Walla,655%®66c; most promising candidate for the pre
City Government to Be Restored to Chinese,
Illinois Strikes aa Obstruction la the Harbor
WILL FIGHT TO A FINISH.
bluestem, 67®68c; valley, 66J4@67c. mierahip.
Th« em|i«ror <d Corea hits ac<'«'pt«'*l
of Christiana, Norway.
lightning strikes oil .
Barley — Feed, $22;
As to Lor<1 Salisbury’s withdrawal,
an invitation for that country to parti
$23 per ton.
the main reason is considered by prac-
16.—The foreign minis
Christiana, Norway, July 17.—The Union Pacific Strike Promises is Be a Long
Lar<< Part ol the Jennin«» Field In Louisl-
cipate in thu St. Louis expoeilion.
"Flour-Best grades, $3.05®3.60 per ‘h“11/ 1,11
«“‘otmed perrons to United States battleship Illinois, flag-
have agreed upon the
Struggle -Botn Sides Determined
barrel; graham, $2.95®3.20.
h«w '***" •fd*,re ,or. *
l,fe 0,1 ship of Rear Admiral Crow ninshield,
conditions for the restoration of the
destroyed by Fire.
Blanks for Indian war veterans hav<*
Omaha, July 15. At the end of the government of Tien Tsin to China, and
« n»n advanced in year«, and the United States cruiser Chicego
Is'i'ti issuwl and applhation» will arxin
Jennings, l.a., July 17.—During a
MillRttifTH — Bran, fit $1 per ton,
activities have been unusual and have arrived here. While the Illinois fifth «eelc of tlie Union Pacific shop these conditions only await the signa
lx- going in to the ¡wiixion de|«artii«'nt heavy fl'-« trical storm that passetd over
middlings, $21.50; shorts,
mien title tastes predisposed him was standing into the harbor, leading men’s strike there appears to be little ture of the Italian minister, the Mar
the Jennings oil field tixlav a Istit of chop, $16.
IO gtudy and seclusion.
the squadron, tier steering gear failed, ho|>e for an immediate settlement. quis Salvago Raggt, who is absent, for
Tin* | mixm < in pursuit of Tracy has re lightning »truck the field storage ¿tanks
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.20® 1.25 ¡gray,
Although Lord Salisbury's resigna- and tier helm jammed hard to star Both sides have shown themselves de presentation to the Chinese govern
$ 1.10® 1.15.
tion does not neressarily involve the board, with the ship headed straight termined to fight to the end. The offi ment.
turned to Beattie for a rest. The force
According to the conditions,
Hay — Timothy, $12(315; clover, reconstruction of the cabinet, it is be- for the shore. Both anchors «ere let cials of the road today made a brief re the 30-kilometer radiu* from which
will be reorganised and a more det««- them afire. The llames spread to the
derricks of the company sd,«lining, $7.50(310; Oregon wild hay, $5®6 per )i«ved there will be some changes. It go and her engines were tracked prompt sume of the conditions, stating that 65 Chinese troops are excluded in reduced
mined iiimpaign inaugfTrated.
and in a short time the derricks and
is considered not unlikely that some of ly, but the port anchor chain parted. per <«nt of the strikers’ places in this to 20 kilometers, the limitation of the
'•'•neral Chaffee Ims Ixeti relieved ot tanks were destroyed. Burning streams ton.
Piitattws — Beet Burbanks, 75(385c the ministers will be made peers in The ship struck an obstruction and a city are filled. The company is not number ot police which the Chinese
command in the Philippines and will of nil from the tanks ran in the direc
be assigned to duty in the I’nited tion of Coulee. All workmen in the percental; ordinary, 40c per cental, order to make room for new blood in hole was punched in her bottom. Two hampered, according to the official state may maintain within the radius is
small compartments filled with water. ment, in the handling of motive power eliminated, and the concessions granted
Blates, lie will lx* succeede«! by Gen field immediately stopjxsl work ami set growers prices; sweets. $2.25®2.50 ¡he cabinet,
The crew were piped to quarters ami by reason of the strike. Strike leaders by the provisional government are ig
Waters Are Falling.
als'iit throwing up levees so as to pie
the water tight doors were closed. The declare that there has not been a sin nored.
Butter—Creamery, 20®21c; dairy
Topeka, Kan., July 16.—The flood rest of the squad-on stood into the in gle defection from their ranks; that
Masked men held up a Ifenver A Bi" vent «' far as possible the spreading of ...„
The members of the government are
Colorado, the tire. In a short time, however,
Grande pnxseiigct train in Colorado.
Eggs 20@22 Sic for Oregon.
situation is beginning to show some ner harbor. The Illinois was eventu the new men at work are not generally considering the question of devoting the
skilled mechanics, and that a long surplus in the treasury to the reim
Full cream, twins, 1254 improvement. The Kansas river has ally tracked off and anchored safely.
It is not known how much they se another tank had broken hsise, and the
i< Hanies into * the
‘ ~ (^13c;YoungAmerica, 13H@14)4c; fac- fallen nearly four inches since 10
Rear Admiral Crowninshield will fight is in propsect which will eventu bursing of the concessionaries for in
cured, lint the train usually en rt les a wind had driven the ,, ‘ Northern ' and
1 '«c less.
o’clock this morning, and the prospects probably shift his flag to the Chicago. ally force the company to their terms. vestments made on the strength of their
tanks of th«* Southern
large amount of money.
Crescent oil companies, but they in
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.50(3 are that the «all will l>e steady now
By the finding of Merrill's
mihi « inaniivr escaped destruction.
Will Hold Their CoeL
until the water has reached its usual
The negotiations for the lestoration
Tornado In North Dakota.
story told |>y Tracy has proven to txt
level. Railroad traffic on the Santa Fe
of the Pekin-Shan Hai Kwan railway
true. I'll« bidy has been found a few
Portland and Jeanie Are Sale.
115ye per pound, $2.50(34.50 per doz and Union Pacific is entirely shut off dge, and, it is thought, great loss of of the coal operators yesterday, an have reached a partial deadlock.
miles from Chehalis, at tlie ¡dace Tracy
and Kansas City
The German minister to China, Dr.
Victoria, B. C., July 17.—Two pas en; ducks, $2.50(33,00 ;a«r dozen; tur lietween
- on ac . life, were caused by a terrible wind agreement was reached that until the
declared he fought with his ¡larlner. sengers iriim Nome, lamhd here hy the
..<■». Lawrence. ’ It
is storm which early tonight swept in a meeting of the bituminous coal miners, Mtimm von Schwarzenstein, started for
keys, live, 13® 14c, dressed, 15(316c per count
A Imy pa-sing through the canyon die-
thought tliat the damage will be
collier Melville Ikillar on her way to pound; g««ese, $4.00(35.00 per «lozen.
southwesterly direction from the inter to lie held July 17, becomes known, Berlin today for a six month’s leave of
ovi red it lying in th«* brush.
i l.adysinith, report the safe arrival at
Mutton—Gross, 2lv@3c ;>er pound; l>aired sometime tomorrow.
national boundary acmes the north the coal operators in the agreement absence. He will proceed home by way
Fixing of coronation date has upset Nome of botli the Portland and the dressed, tic per pound.
eastern portion of North Dakota. will hold their present stock of coal, of the United States.
Collide in Malacca.
Jeanie. The steamers, they say, ar
Ixiti'loii society's plane.
Hogs—Grose, 65kc; dressed, 7@754c
Three towns, according to the meager and that which they will receive this
Cholera Spreading la the Islanda
Singapore, June 9, via San Francisco, reports which are obtainable, were week, and not sell any in the open
rived at the same time, the Portland
The tltxxi situation al Topeka. Kan., losing II««' Jeanie, which wax disabled,
July 16.—A collision took place the totally wiped out. Telegraph lines are market The operators ray they are
Manila, July 16. — Ch liera is spread-
is Ixx'oining more serious.
' * in
part "I the way. No hardships were
Beef—Gross, cows, 3(33 ^c; steers. night of June 6 in the Straits of Malac wrecked and them is no communication impelled to protect themselves because ing somewhat
ca, between th«1 local steamer Teutonia with the section where the most serious of the scarcity of soft coal in or near ratio
for Manila in maintained.
A number of violent earthqmike siiffereil by the passenger and crews, the 3(3 I've; dressed, 7®Be ;>er pound.
and a Chinese junk. Both vessels sank devastation is thought to have been New York, which the consultation dis rains now falling have not checked the
two steamers l eing within barling dis
slioi ks have liecn reported
Hops—14® 16 cents per |x>und.
tance of each other.
Wool—Val ley, 12 *v ® 15; Eastern Ore almost immediately, and only 6B per worked by the tornado.
The Vatican lx anxious to estiiblish getting free first, assist««) the Jeanie to gon, 8® 14Mjc; mohair. ?5®2tlc pound. sons wi re saved out of 106 on board
Say» Boer Peats Will Be Short.
Great Northern Strike Settled.
Explesion of th« Kalchl.
'liplmnatic relatiims with the UnBwl get out.
Precautions Against Cholera.
Colorado Spring«, Colo., July 16.—
I St. Paul, July 15.—Four hundred
The insurance of the lives of children
Mias Magazine Explodes
Tokio, June 28, via San Francisco,
given in the Chinese papers, received ' boiler makers and helpers on the Great H. C. De Roo, an adjutant in the Boer
A French d«x*tor imx*ulat«d himself
.....j 17. —it telephone is forbidden in Montreal.
is in the city on a
July 16.—Owing to the prevalence of today by
men ip Empires ui
----- -- on army under Delarey,
hy the atea
of Northern railway system, who
with consumptive cow matter
nti----- strike for higher wage« eoir.e six weeks visit. I"
William McGovern mad« the eighth cholera in certain districts of Japan, Sinn»,
He says ...
in hi« opinion
'.... 1 from Park City,
to disprove Prof. Koch's theory.
cruiser Kaichi, which was lying at ago, returned to work yesterday niorn-
tail, any» t---------
' ‘ level of
"I the Daly
l>alv West m
mine months. A suicide club is believed to
” arnia turned in to the _ ____
llsiakuan, and used as „ a ...........
TL» strike was settled
- vaal. The
r , ling.
John D. Rix'kefcller off«*r«*d Smith
will allow no one to go to Hawaii or The first report placed the loss of life ference between a committee of strikers ish are worthless, and the good ones
sled shortly after I o’clock this
■'"liege, Northampton, Ma»»., $IO6.lMM’ expl'
America from the infected places with
of the First Church out undergoing five days’ disinfection at 250, but the more reliable papers say and officials of the company. There have been buried in secret places. He
°n condition that a like sum I»’ ••D’* morning, "
says England is trying to make Eng
in flu* mine Eighteen dead laslies have „f (*,,,,„, Scientist, in Boston, unani- at Yokohama. This order also applies it it will not exceed 140. At the time were concessions on both sides. Under lishmen of the Boers, and when they
y Is en renm ed. amiI st is thought „.m.slv mlopt.nl a pledge to «-ontribute to any jauson coming by say of Tokio, of the explosion Captain I.ee and sev- the new schedule, the men will receive
t’ol. II. II. Williams, of BpringfieM. already
will reach 100. any part of $2,000,000 that mav be as the disease has made ita appearance eral of the officers were ashore, four an advance of 25 cents per day over put on the screws too hard the latter
the numth'r of dead will reach 100. any
•I., former poBtcffice inspi'Clor in Cui’“, that
officers having been left in charge.
the scale in effect before the strike.
a„.s issuing from the mouth of the necessary to build an immense amlifer- in the capital.
predicts that Culta will soon apply ^"r
ine prevents any one entering.
1 jIW1 at Borton.
aiumxalion, ax such action is desired by
* majority of the people.