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EVENTS OF THE DAV
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY
MOROS ARI. tRI Sill I).
NEWS OF OREGON
TO END THE STRIKE.
NuthcM I onv ¿0 Men. but there urc No
R<X)T MAY RESIGN.
CiikUulticN Among llluc Coutn.
President Will See W hat Muy be Dune In
Miimld, <>« t, 3.—Tim MiH’in Moros
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL PARTS
Secretary of War Desires to Return to
the Coal l-*iclds.
in Min lmi.i<> Iiiivo otkroil IniOlight ro-
Practice of Law.
Washington, Oct. 2.—The president EIGHT MILLIONS NOW AVAILABLE FOR
$*i-tMii<<* to tlm loluiiiit uii<le*r Captain
OF THE STATE.
Oct. 1.—Secretary Root SECRETARY SHAW MAKES ANOTHER
yesterday t'sik initiative steps to ascer
¿umprt-hv'islve Review of tho Import- ' I'l'mliiiv. of tlm I*iltuiitah cavalry.)
is to resign, according to a statement
tain what, if anything, could l>e done
■nt Happening« of II» Past Woefc, Alter a
of nklrmi»*Itho M<>r<>u
According to tlie
Commercial und financial Happening, „f by the federal authority to settle the
presented In Condensed Form. Moat rotifiiU*<l into mix forln on th«« uhorva of
the Past Week Brief Review of the coal st i ike. . The residt was a general Start Will be Made In Number of Places rumor the resignation is not to take
likely to Prove Interesting to Our tho Ink««. \\ h« ii a loiirier h*ft Mat in
place until some time next spring, National -Banks will Not Have to Carry a
Growth and Development of Various expression of opinion by the a<lvis«Ts
In the Spring — fund. Now on Hand
\o-tuf<!uy for ( amp Viuarw, Captain
Reserve Against Deposits Secured by
Secretary Root hope» to have tlie
Industries Throughout Our Common of tlm president, who were present, to
Will Build at Least Ten Irrigation
I'nrnhiiiK wnw preparing to hh «anIt th«
many reforms he has originate«! as
Bonds-Action will Place $30,000,000
the effect that the federal laws and con
wealth Latest Market Report.
Systems Complete No Contracts Will secretary of war lerfam of being car
In Circulation Secretary Has Favored
I’riii«-«’ < him, brother >d the < ii,|M.r<ir I jm L Moro Ntiongbi hl.
stitution do not affor«! means of federal
be Let Until Ca»h Is on Hand.
ried to a successful consummation.
ol China, i* married.
*llm Aiiirrit'iin <*>
Move Since He Took Charge.
interference to end the strike, but
Among thexe are the general staff bill,
Burglars entered th« W«»ail>iirn poat-
Tlie national debt slmwa s deer aae fornmr «•amp ill Mari
another conference will he held today,
Washington, Oct. 2.—There is today which is not likely to pass at the short
hi ai«<l away liefore they
I Oil Monday tlm M«
<d |10,<H)0,9'>0 for Hcptsiiihar.
New York, Oct. 1,.— Secretary of
and the president will do all he «an in the treasury between $7,51)0,(100 and session, and the hili to re«irgaiiize the
had opened the safe.
u.ilitia, which n ay liecome a law. the Treasury Shaw, who was in Now
Bulgarian bandita liave miirdeted ( .)(|
I lie construction work on the new properly and legally to bring about a last session of congress, is to constitute With tlie practical is-ttlement of affairs York yesterday, issued a statement in
from a hm I ph of 1«
Greeks during tlie past two montila.
I barracks building at Fort Columbia ►ettli rnent. At the tem|s>ra y White the reclamation fund, and which is in the Philippines, and Cuban recip
House a conference was held with the
rocity adopt«! by congress, which will which
. . be says , tlie banks hereafter will
Preaident lbsiwv.lt has n-ked L,||, 1» ««n eri'detl nin««’ (
M is practically coinideted.
three cabinet officers— Attorney Gene now available for ex|ienditnre on such probably result in k. eping Culia paci- nO*
(Idea t > the «.III strike to confer with I hr «1 *iwil I*»
Extensive .preparations ar« lieing ral Knox, Secretary Moody and Post irrigation proj«'-*-< «“ will be selected fled,
-i - reforms
- Secretary Root against government de;*oeits secured
him al th* YVhita- House
mad« tor the dedii-ation <d Agricultural master General l’avne.
About $3,- has inaugurated in the war department by government bonds. Ibis will make
bull at the agricultural college Oct«# Grane, of Massachusetts, was also spring for construction.
An <-ff irt is la-ing niiule fo , efiict n M*al«««l a ri<lg«* voinnia
the net thoroughly established, the great work available today ever $30,000,000.
orni.b. 11« of i’acillc «ossi tfoiiiing J mill. <$( tlm Moron anil
There gentlemen met with
which he has selected to do will in a
■ Illi a c.ipital ol $.’ ■ ,0 i .< i ,(| ih )
Tim mediiul department of Wil President Roosevelt, and after the sub of public lands in the fi«<al year 1901, measure be accomplished. If lie resigns , tetary Shaw declined to disc
tlm iMi|tint*«'rN un«l«*r (
lamette University o|«-n«d its 37th an
Mrs. il. F. Jsn.es, motlier of Iznlis row hu«l «-oirtriK t««d
and about $4,500,000 as the net reve it will only lie when there is a straight financial situation further th
nuli) session will, an enrollment of 35 they adjourned to another room ai.d nue for the List ti cal ye.ir. The g-oas course uhead for the war department, that the treasury depurtmeigt
. ....... . Ilo* trago Ilan, |. dead al her hw niiFp, Il Hiking Ih«’
«■onferre«l together for an hour. They
as President Roosevelt would
be V co-operate
---- - ..--v
*>«• far as
Ir*in.• in l*'>ug|iki-«-|.-ie, N. \
all returmsl later in the day ami held revenues for the past year exieed those very likely to part with him under any banki
Ill« Willum«tte valley is filled with another .conference i.l.l.
fli« ; iry lu«« I m ' cii ««impleteii
with the president, ing to about $6,200.000. Tlie fund is other cireunistauceH. He is one of the
hiinters ufter the Chinese pheasants, and the strike situation
St fzilli. legi-latlir« l-Mill«
...... > was discusse«! made up not only from fees and com strongest men in the cabinet, ami prob-
tlie lew against killing them having ex further.
ilio taking ot testimony la In pro
e'* amount of business that is taxing
, ---- ..... but
«VI I foifeitures for al.ly tlie closest to the president.
pired October 1.
President Roosevelt 1. deeply ion- abu-es
railroads and steamship li
of public land laws.
The slate election in <<«sirgia r
ines, as well
Master Fish Warden VanDnsen has cerned over the situation. '1 i lie
of , w
main- a great personal loss. As a lawyer of as banks, to the utmost.
el Hl III« election ol the lA.,11 ,#tic
ability, he had an enormous practice in
_ ., ___—er
ticket. Joaopli M Ferrell, u« state sb
and em- I .Mr. Shaw said be bad never seen
liatchery at Ontario, Eastern Oregon. imminent, and the <1 is tress cn«l
I with the allowances for agricultural New York, f'"
torncy general, was c I iom - u governor.
for him to
resume any go«Mi reason why banks bolding a
He ri'poits tlint tlie prospects there are
colleges, leaves the amount stated. ploy«» are anxious
comes available, present a situation
A plan has Is-cn p rf««cle,| where! y
Department officials are highly grati- his former work, and this is given as government deposit secured by govern*
which, he thinks, should rereive the
the main reason w hy he intends to re- meut bonds should be re«;nir<*d to carry
lie-coal t-..inpanie* will ship ■ >u;iply
A Chinaman, who lias leased the attention ot tlie administration if there fi d to Hod over $1,000,000 more than sign*
a reserve against it. First, it is a de
n( fuel to New York, the te|,ell,e|it . | .
' h I iuoii Creek placer mines, in Eastern is anything tliat can be done by tlie w contemplated with which to begin
posit not likely to be called in a time
tri. Is to lie suppliml llr.t, 11.« Ie.«pil«la
Oregon, lias di««-<iv< red a nugget worth government. Many appeals have been i
LONG PENSION LIST.
of stringency, and secund, if called, ths
uezl si«l then the transportation com.
This is by fur the largest made to him, and many sugge-tiuns
tscii. saws finances .
collateral will always sell for ca.-h in
jects of medium size and probably |
nugget ever found in this state.
have been received by him, and it was more, depending u;ion coat. No work Repot t of Commissioner Shows Net Gain excess of the dep wit. He has, since lie
Continuisi heavy rains hav« atop|NM|
of 5,7J2 Pensioners Last Year.
took charge of the treasury, contem
The prevalence of small; ox, diph- with a view to ascertain what power is to lie undertaken to cost more than
• II »sr maneuver« at Fort Riley, Kun.
I hnn Same Month I ant Year.
the in, scarlet fever an«l m sales in the f< deral authority could evoke that the amount available in the reclama
Washington, Oct. 1.—The annual re plated relieving the banks of thia burd
en. Tlie controller of the currency
S«« retary Hlisw’a order raloasing the
W.ioliiiikft 11. <H*t. 3.— The monthly ‘■ i g oie lias awakened the sutho ities causeil tlie conference to lie held.
tion fund at the time contracts are let port
of the commission« r of pensions, agtees with the secretary, and therefore
During the conference evt ry phase of
re» rve, put $200,<MHI mio « ir. ulatioii ronip.irativ«« -t it«*m«*i*t ol
Eugene E. Ware, shows that the num it is annoamed that hereafter banks
regulations, and in the future th the aituati'nl a«« discussed.
CITY IS WITHOUT COAL.
re<«ii|»tr i.n4 t*x|4*ndhur«*ii whow that for stricte-t caution will be observed.
ber of names on the pension rolls is will not lie required to carry a reserve
general opinion of th«.- advisers was that
Savages on the warpath in New ! the iL«>n’li of Heptf1902, the
the situation did not present a case in
still under the 1,000,000 mark, despite against government deposits secured by
(laiuca have ni.i-aa. r«d many po«ipl<'
Tin* Indian war veterans of Oregon which there could be fe leral inteifer- People in New York are Now Tearing Up
government bonds. The treasury has
net gain of 5,732 pensio".ers since on
•nd burned whole village«.
held a meeting at Salem and pvsed a ence by any warrant of law. There
deposit with various banks scattered
incn a-«» of over $40,00,000 um < < in* reso ution a*king the legislature to has been iio intei ference with federal
New York, Oct. 2. — Not a ton of
throughout the country, in round num
The pre. ident'a condition continue.
to improve fa.t and 1.« is ubl<* t<> allenii l».trr«l with H pb hil rr, 1001. The ejr- issue 4 ; or ceut 20 year b mda to the authority in tlie mining region, either anthracite coal can be had here at any The total comprises 738,800 soldiers bers, $130,000,000, against which the
l»en<litnr<*N h>r '*'• | temh* r wero $•»",- a iiount of $300,000 for the purpose of by stoppage of the mails or resistan«-«* price, says a Rochester, N. Y..dispatch and 260,637 widows and dependents. hanks have heretofore been compelled
t«> a great deal of busitieaa.
to l.ol«l more than $30,000,000 of gold
having a Nurphiw for the paying the veterans the balance of $1.45 of the United States court pro. ess. It to the Times.
The aggregate includes 4,695 pensioners or
Tlm Cu tan government has Iliade a noiith of $11,000.000.
The nweiptn per day each for their services in the was pointed out thut there was no occa rep rt that in the outl; ing districts outside of the United States.
law winch pro vol«" for Culiaii lalmr in roin fin* i»everal ho’.iruew of revenue ar»* Indian wars.
At the time of the sion for the use of federal troops, as residents are tearing up the sidewalks
The number of death notices of old
ail kinds ol public eoi vice.
trouble the state agreed to pay $2 |«r Governor Stone, of Pennsylvania, had and using them for fuel.
grow ers hold back .
I day, but the men have never receievd not called on the government for assist several miles of plank walks have been soldiers, not now in the servit-e, re
M as Alice Hay, daughter of S«s le
Advance In Price of Hops Ro-
but ulsiut 54 cents per day.
ance, nor had he even exhausted th«- pried np with crowbars and carried off. was 50,128"; but only 27,043 ol them
tary oi state Hay, was married lo
In some sections, canal bridges have were pensioners.
suits In but Few Sales.
Six harvest hands were field up at
fames W. Wadsworth, ot New York.
lull strength of the state militia.
Portland, Get. 1.—The bop market
The report says that the death rato
$250,- I he Italics and relieved of $300.
new lumber left on the streets for re-
T<" An«.ricali inventors are exiwri-
opened strong, with prospects of
pairs ali-o have disappeared.
A cold storage and meat company has
mentliig with flying machines on fo.ng
WHERE MAN HAD NOT BEEN.
$250,- been formed in Ashland with a capital
Hospitals of New York city are year will be about 40,000, and the s«jme big sales this week, though grow
island. One ship aa«-endo I 1,0(10 feet
losses to the tolls from other causes
and ««ile I slanit two miles and Hi«
ers are not yet letting go very freely.
Geological Survey Party Returns From threatened with lieing seriously affect will be about 6,000.
other aareo.fod 4,000 feet and m i«|e a
Wild* of Alaska.
Most of them are in a position to hold,
The prune crop in Marion county
Hood Wright bos; ital has only enough
flight of nearly five miles.
Seattle, Oct. 2.—After traversing a to la-t this week, while St. Luke’s was during tlie fiscal year was $137,504,- end as they expect better price« they
will be pretty generally gather« I by the
OI I ici-HOI DLRS AS POLITICIANS.
end of (lie present week.
wilderness where white men have never so fortunate as to obtain a caigo of 240 2t>8, and the yearly cost of operating aie slow to consider dealers* offers.
Hie aenu'e ininmilto«- on i'a. itic is
before ventured, the United States tons about a week ago—enough to last and m ti taining the bureau and the Many growers look for the market to
landa sod l’orto Hico lias tlnialiol its
The board of regents ot the state uni
agencies, outside of the payment of
work in th« Hawaiian islands mid Ims I’ajue Send. Out an Order Telling Postal versity, at Eugene, have made arrange geological survey has completed a pre t vo months.
St. Mary’s hospital for
not a portion
rece to jve
liminary examination of the country children has practically no supply of pensions proper, aggregate $3,590,529. go
I mplojes Their Rights.
•aiImi for Ban Franciaco.
■ OO cent«
ment- to include a music department
mittee liatcn«<l to te.tiinony r.gardlug
- earlier in
steam coal, and is using furnace coal,
Wa-hington, Oct. 3. — Postmaster
STATE DEFEATS BOODLERS.
tba land taws, public improvements
Mrs. Florence Atwood, state presi Tanana.
of whi h it has about 25 tons.
the season. Dealers decline to t ame
General Payne today addressed a cir
A party of seven, under the leader «•ondition prevails at many other in
dent of the Rebekahs, di«oi at her home
need ««I, bubonic plague epi leuic and
higher figures, saying that brewers in
.1.. | stitu'ions.
• First Skirmish In Snyder Case Results in
many other matterà <>( le aer import cular letter to tie "Hirers and employe- i in Baker City September 28 of pneu ship of Alfred H. Brooks, made
the East are heavily stocked, many
ot the p•sto'fiiv department and others
It was said at the office of the chari
having enough hops to last them for a
later leahed Ramp-rt, on the Yukon, ties department
St. Louie, Oct. 1.
i“’- s yeir.
no real «Hitre* s
Ona tliousan I pe«iple are now be concerned regarding the extant of the
Over one-half of tlie Washington after several months’ hard work. The has been experienced 1 i in any of tlie proceedings in the trial of Robert M. I
A number o; small sales are being
lieved t i have p.-ri«li«-d in the hicily prohibition put by th« department on
county agricultural and horticultural entire country was carefully mapped, city’s charitable institutions,
Snyder, the banker and promoter, of made at 25 cents.
HIHI Receipts are in
the |«ditical activity of po-totlice em-
eiliihil, which took ilia first prize at
and be ’ baling'
tho last of ♦!»«» —-—
In spite of rain, the full war maneu
the state fair, has ls<en
out their small supply nt $15 or $16
ver» are la*ing carri««l out by tlie tr«r ps
"Po.tma.lera or other, having nn-
where it will have a place
Several new details were discovered to old customers.
Importation of sage of the Central Traction bill several. ;t ;g now estimated that the crop of
at Fort Riley, Kan.
< lar.ilied position, arc merely proliile
which will greatly aid future, pros- Welsh anthracite and F’ren h bitumin- years ago, ended in a complete victory Washington will fall short about 3,800
lur of fairs and carnivals.
Venezuela plans to cut all the calile«
one can in no way relieve tlie situation, for the state, every objection offered bales from the first estimate,
Pardons have been asked for Con-
and an American gunboat m iy lie ne- political tn 'Yemeni., from neglecting
The trip was such a hard one that, for the few cargoes that have been by the defense lieing overruled by Judge will leave the ’ ‘ ‘
s product some
victs Ix>uis laivel and II. 8. Warriner, out of 20 carefully selecteil horses, only landed are of little account. There are Ryan. Snyder was arraigned, but re- i
ccaaary In thorn* waters.
1 by |M>liiical activity.
I sentenced from Multnomah county for
where about 33,000 bales.
11 survived. For hundreds of miles only about 8,000 tone of this coal now fnaed to plead, and the court orderetl cr ,p ;n pbe Yakima valley is reported
I.iltnber shipment» by water from the
"A person in the clatudfled service burglary.
Columbia river will this year, for the ha. an entire right to vote as lie
to (1 be
cent, of last year’s output fully
The 16th annual fair of the Butte indeed, were the majority of the time this week for over 25,000 tone. At Tomorrow the selection of a jury will ; 10
flrat time on record, exc. «-I IlM),000,- pleare. and to express privately his
It will then devolve upon the be but half i
opinions on all J.ditical subject, hut Creek Agricultural association, held at in a totally uninhabited land. They least a month is required, however, to state to prove that the defendant is1
Maripiam, had a large attendam-e and • passed closer to Mount McKinley than fill the orders. The cost of importing
not a resident of Missouri. The statute ’ crop, and in the majority less than the
Brigadier General Humner, in charge he should take no active pait in politi was very successful in every respect.
, usual production.
oi limitations, which Las sheltered all
ol the movement against the .Moros, cal ma'iagenient or in political cam
streams were located and named, and about $7.
Preparations are well advanced for another party will probably be sent in
the officials who took part in the deal,
■ays tlie relicts are not so unruly as paigns.”
EMILE ZOLA IS DEAD.
the district fair to 1« held at Roseburg next year to continue the work.
is the legal loophole through which
MANY NOTED MEN TO ATTEND.
UNDERWOOD FOUND GUILTY.
during the five days lieginning October
Snyiier’e attorneys hope to pull him to
It is said that yu***11 Maria Chris I
Famous Novelist a Victim of Asphyxia
7. A splendid livestock exhibit is ex
MUCH CHOLERA IN ILO ILO.
Irrigation Congress Is Interesting areat
tina, mother of King Alfonso of Spain, Jury Promptly Return, a Verdict of Mur pected.
tion His Wife Barely Escaped.
est Minds of the Nation.
lias rnarrieil Count de Escorura, her
DIED TO SAVE A TRAIN.
der In the .Second Degree.
Oct. 1.—Emile Zola, tlie novel-
People Fleeing to the Mountains, Leaving
ColoraiIo Springg> (roto., Oct. o._
master of the house.
Seattle, Oct. 3. — Paul Underwood,
the Dead Un ur
rhe committees in charge of the ar; Brave Act of a Northern Pacific Section 11st, who gaine«! additional prominence
Throe <ie«|w*rate prisoner» in tlie accused, with hi. wife, of drowning
I in recent years because of hie defense
Manila, Oct. 2.— It is understood rangemerits for the 1 Otli National irri-
Foreman in Idaho.
Wheat—Walla Walla, 62c; bluestem
Dillon, Mont., jail sawed their w»v out.
that 5.124 cases of cholera and 2,740 gation congress, which convenes hero
their infant child in Salmon Hay, has 65c; valley, 63c.
of the Jews and of Captain Dreyfne,
ft is Irelieved
I I IT” r-»->
aid from the —
deaths from that disease were reported October 6. have received encouraging
Barley—Feed, 119.50 per ton; brew in the province of Ilo Ilo, Island of reports which promise a large attend to save a passenger train from a wreck, was found dead in hie Paris borne yes
terday morning. Asphyxiation, result
I’anay, on Monday. This is the high ance of note«! men from all parts of the William Johnson, a Northern Pacific ing from fumes from a stove in his bed
Cholera still rages ......................
Flour—Best grade, email@example.com; grah est record for any district since the out- country.
Large delegations from the section foreman, was killed this after
The population of many of scarcely half an hour. Through the
room, is given as the cause of his death.
break of the disease occurred, and ex- commercial clubs of Omaha and St. noon at Tnecor, Idaho. He saved the
tlie towns have I k *«* ii heavily feditasi reveral days of tlie trial the young man am. |2 81(33.20.
M. Zola and his wife retired at 10
cee«le the total of Manila and many of Patil will come in private cars.
New train, but died of his injuries.
The o’clock. Mme. Zola was seriously Hi
through «inaili and the Hight of the
whs surrounded by his sor iniddlings,
|23 50; shorts, |19.50; the provinces since the commencement. Mexico, Texas, Wyoming, Kansas and train was the east bound overland pas
panic stricken people.
-- -___- _ cities
__ j wj]| ajro gen,| ]arge senger No. 4, and was we 1 filled. when tlie rocm was broken into thia
rowing parent, and friends.
Scene, chop, $ 17.
of * *"'
Miago, in •*
of • | Nebraska
A lids I wave swept
in his early married life, and event,
Oats—No. 1 white, $1® 1.02S; gray, Iio Do, was tlie worst sufferer, 1,173 delegations Tho subjects to be hand Johnson was flagging the train to keep morning. At about noon she was re
moved to a private hospital, where she
at least 500 people,
connected with the closest and usually 95c a$ I per cental.
cases being reported there Monday.
led, affecting as they do the proper ex it from running upon a section of track recovere«! consciousness for a short
deiirp-t memories of his child, were
At Cabettaun there were 899 cases, penditure of $8,000,000 of public which contained a broken rail, and in
Hay — Timothy, $10 5)11; clover,
time, and was able briefly to explain to
whs driven ashore, hi
and at Dumanges 395 cases were re money now available, and the pioceeds bis eagerness to have the signals ob
$7.50; cheat, $8 per ton
a magistrate what had happened.
I mi floated.
The crime was committed on the last
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $4.50 35; ported on Monday. The people aie from future land sales for the reclam served, be failed to step from the
The death of M. Zola, which only
A second military expedition has day of May, and Underwoial was cap per pound, 11c; hens, $5®5.50 per fleeing to the mountains, leaving the ation of millions ot arid acres, and the track in time to avoid tlie engine of became generally known after noon,
di sen; per pound, 12c.; springs, $3.50
making of homes for millions of people the passenger.
b«*en sent against tlie Moros.
caused a great sensation in Parie, and
through the south wejtern part of the «4 4 per dozen; fryers, $3(33.50; broil for. The government has ordered ad now- crowded in tlie cities, have attract*
this evening there was a constant
Fifteen hundre.1 street car men in state.
The i.malty is from 10 to 20 ers, $2.50(33; ducks, $4.50(35 per doz ditional doctors and medicines to lie ed the highest minds of the nation,
More Troops Culled Out.
stream of visitors at the Zola reeidence.
New (frittene have struck for increased years' Imprisonment.
en ; turkeys, young, 14®15c; geese, sent to Do Do. The number of vic from captains of industry to the leaders
Harrrikburg, Pa., Oct. 1. — Tlie He was born in Paris April 2, 1840.
tims makes ordinary sanitary measures of lab>r organizations, Letters of in Fourth regiment has been added to the
$6($6.50 | er dozen.
for Governor of Vermoi t.
Cheese— Full cream, twins. 13® impossible. The total of all the pro dorsement of the |>ossi bi I it ies of the con troops on duty in tho anthracite strike
Street Car Men Still Out.
A Are at Stockton, Cal., destroyed
Montpelier, Vt , Oct. 3.—The legisla- 13,Sc; Young America, 13ts@14^; vinces Monday was 5,390 cases and gress are pouring in every day from region. Sheriff Dietrick called upon
New Orleans Oct. t.—The strike ol
$600,000 worth of
tore ttslay elected ns governor John G.
General Gobin tonight for troops to street car men continues without a
blocks wore hurneiL
Hutter—Fancy creamery, 25® 27 Sic
suppress the rioting in Northumber break. . Three mail care were ths only_
McCulloch, Rep. of Pennington. At
Fast Train Wrecked.
land county. The general called up
Tlie cable from San Francireo to lh(, |M,||M Genera) McCulloch failed to per pound; extras, 27%c; dairy, 17*tt
ears moved by the railway company to-*
New York, Oct. 2.—Edward F. Crok-
n majority of votes, although ®20c; store, 12l3®15.
Des Moines, Oct. 2.—The Rock Governor Stone by telephone and stated day. In tne absence of street can vs-
Manila will be in working order by
Island fast mail, west bound, was the situation, after which the executive hides ot all kinds were brought into
,...R *. to » tlio oflirial« recejving the largest number of popular
July 4, I903, actx.rding
Potatoes—Best Burbanks, 60®65c ment, was placed on trial today before wrecked this morning at Newton, 40 reluctantly ordered the Fourth regi
Three steamers will V(lj,,g
Today, however, lie re-
of the company,
Fire Commissioner Sturgis, who pre miles east of here. No lose of life oc ment to proceed to the scene and main play and have done a thriving busi
lay the cable, two from Manila and (.(1jV(M| ;,in majority, having tlie support per sack ; ordinary, 50®55c per cental,
ness. In the matter of interference
charges against the chief. The curred. Three cars left the track. tain order.
one from San Francisco.
with street care carrying United States
Stanton, Rep., was elected lieutenant
mail, 16 affidavits were made this
The president's physicians found it governor, receiving 181 votes. This
Hops—Now crop, 20(5 21c per pound. clude accusations of incompetency, was attempting to get around the wreck
Ex-Secretaries of War in the Senate.
afternoon against as many persons,
on his leg,
Wool—Valley, 12S®15c; Eastern sending in false reports, violation of of a freight train which went through a
Washington, Oct. 1.— When Russel charging them with interfering with
, -• | • wound
*• affected. It.""*
aa the hollo was slightly
tlie constitution of the state of New bridge across Skunk river yesterday. A. Alger takes his seat there will be
Oregon, 8@14‘-6c; mohair, 26®28c.
the United States mails, in violation of
is a«'t eerioua and recovery will soon A|nerk.an Settlers In British Columbia,
Beef—Grose, cows, 3®3*»c per York, conversion of public property to 1 Three tramps were reported to have three senators who were ormerly secre the aetjof congress protecting the mails.
Tho tary of war. Ptocter, of Vermont, and
| Vancouver, H. C., Oct. 3.—It is osti- pound; steers, 4c; dressed, tl®7c.
«nier ami discipline.
I bri<lg0 ig
Ve.tl—7 *3®8‘« c.
Elkins, of West Virginia, are the other
i-onfossi*il mated that 27,000 Americans alone
To Dredge Up Coal Lost In Wrecka.
A Mississippi Negro, who c
Mutton — Gross, 3c per pound ;
The same situation occurred
to an old crime, was burmsl ailve. He have come in this year as Imna fide
I New York, Oct. 1.—Owing to the
:.i, and of these over 20,000 have dressed, 6c.
his high prices ot coal an organised plan
said he dersTved the fato that had over- settleis
Trenton, N. J.,, Oct. 2.—Chancellor , Washington,
Lambs — Gross, 3Xc ¡«or pound ;
• Oct. 2.—The navy
- de-' senatorial career.
| I been
for securing suppliee from the waters ot
Magio has appointed Frank P. McDer partment lias received a cablegram
" i different tires ed, 6J4c.
Tho annual report of the cenimis- thoiiwtml immigrants
Long Island sound will be put in oper
Soft Coal Still Advancing.
Hogs—Grose, 6,a®7c per [round ; mott, of Jersey City, and Nathan 8. announcing the arrival of Rear Ad- I
-onntries will lie recorded by the end of
ation. Many barges loaded with an
• loner of pensions shows that there are c<......... -
Beitrdslee, of War aw, N. Y., receivers miral Silas Casey aboard ids flagship, | Boston, Sept. 30.—Local coal dealers
dressed, 7®7 )»c.
the j tear.
thracite have been wrecked on the
now nearly a million
the Wisconsin, at Panama, after an today advanced the price of so t ccal sound. A company has been organised
Street Cars Still Tied Up.
pension rolls. ’
The Santiago, a Nicaraguan volcano, application for a receiver was made by almost unsqnaled run down the Pacific $1 per ton, making it $8.50. With to to recover
this coal „ by mewuol "eweeti’’
New Orleans, Oct. 3.—The situation
Cliaumey If. Strickland, of New York. c< ast of 3,270 miles in one dny less day's advance soft coal has appreciated* boats, which will loca
□f the d department has been $2,900,-
in the street railway strike remains
The company’s liabilities are given at than two weeks. R« ar Admiral Ca-ey in price $2.50 a ton the past week- Powerful pomp« wi|
J. Not a car is moving ex- the town of San Fernando de Massaya, $1,150,000 and quick assets at $858,- will
. ......... e.
The price of hard coal remains at $15 a and the coal
whose 20,009 people are greatly
| American naval forces on the isthmus. (ton ,but there is little to be had here.
continues to improve, and the pre«idont cep"-
- - two mail care, although this is alarmed.
Ili'lteTround again inia few
,l,,y of tl,e "trike’
NO MORE RESERVE