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| ii t of tho mountufn overlooking the
plain In which the Indians had camp-
id they turned down a gulch, and con
tinued, cautiously, traveling In a di
rection parallel to that taken by the
As already described, travel among
e rimrocks la difficult. Openings in
o wall are few, ami Hubwalls b ad
off In many directions. The traveler
must m-eilH go it zigzag course and fre
quently travel many miles out of bin
course to reach a given point, ho that
when night cam»» the little fiursulng
party had loHt night of tho objects of
ita pursuit, ami the succession of walls
of rimrocks and level plaliiH lay alike
In every direction.
There was but one hope and that
was when It grew darker to abandon
their horses ami climb to the top of
the highest rimrocks and try to dis
-over tip. campfires of the marauders.
S-lectlng a spot near where a seep of
stagnant water flowed from the rocks,
with which they were compelled to
quench their thirst, they pitched a
temporary camp and waited.
As tho night grew darker tho stars
grew brighter and the wild liowls of
the coyote rang in tho distane.»,
Interspersed now and then with tho
weird cry of the hungry mountain
.AND IS WASTED.
Refugees Bringing In Report* of Work of
EVENTS OF THE DAY
THE IRRIGATION CONGRESS.
Oregon Association Meets and Elects Its
Officers Several Addresses.
ONE ROBBER LESS
San Francisco, Nov. 21.—The first of GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE
Portland, Nov. 19.—The first day’s EXPRESS MESSENGER USED MIS GUN
the refugees from the devastated hinds
session of the Oregon Irrigation Asso
INSTEAD OF OPENING DOOR.
of (>uat<maia arrived today on the
ciation convention was devoted, for the
Pacific Mail steamer City of Paris.
They came from the distric ts far inland Comprehensive Review of the Import most part to organization, appointment
from the sea, and traveled over a coun
of committees, and election of officers. Four Men Attempted to Hold Up Passen
ant Happenings of the Past Week,
try laid waste by sand, ashes ami pum
ger Train In Colorado—Other Robbers
A few addresses were delivered, but the
Presented In Condensed Form, Most
ice before reaching a railway station.
Took the Dead Man’s Body and Ran
From there they made their way by
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our
for Cover- Sheriff and Posse la Close
mence until today.
rail to CTianifierico, ami there took the
steamer to San Francisco. They sailed
President, A. H. Devers, of Portland;
on November 7, ami the volcano was
president, W. R. King, of Mal
Trinidad, Colo., Nov. 20.—Four
, .... ....
heur; secretary, J. M. Moore, of Port
thunder and Hashes of lightning gave over Eurcq>e.
mother, and Iler fallmr hud plm . d lie
robbers held up a passenger
land; treasurer, W. T. Wright, of
hi »»'tiiHil inn) Kins, to Aiiu ri'a tc
evidence that more eruptions were yet
Two more forest reserves are to lx» Union.
7 on tbe Colorado 4 Southern
drown tils troul lvs and m >kc- his fm
to come. These people lied from their created in Northeastern Oregon.
tUIM. Ili.fure I k h id In • n In i. I
Addresses were deliveted by Geo. road, 12 miles south of here today.
plantations in bar for their lives.
)eur* tlie report i.ime tli.it he lim
The president did not get a shot at a H. Williams, mayor of Portland; J. N. One of the robbers was shot by Express
They csi’Hped to the seaside with little
been killed by Indians Tin. win
more than the clothing they wore, bear »luring the four days he was out Williamson, representative-elect to con Messener H. W. bherwick, of Fort
shortly utter the ii puit lli.it lie am
gress and state senator from Crook, Kla Worth, Tex.
transportation being so difficult as to hunting.
lit* brother hud luli. ilti d an Ituiin i •
math, ljike and Wasco counties, ami
preclude the carrying of baggage.
fortun* from u broth» i Iu Ni w Yo I.
The robbers flagged the train, and
The refugees confirm stones of loss manager of the (»rest Northern, com F. E. Beach, president of the Portland
und while iK'Itlu r It. i Hi.i nor I k i
it slowed up they ran alongside of
mitted suicide on account of ill health.
fi leii'is could <<v<
delegatee ami visitors in attendance the engine ami coveted the crew with
for the most part Indians. They had
rnneernlng what I. Hue of this for
a It were,
not heard of any white people being , A trust has been formol at Stockton, at the sessions.
tunc, her iin< l»> In A ii .. i '.. i h.nl sup
revolvers. They then compelled the
The great enthusiasm that is being
lost. Thousands of Indians were as Cal., by Chinese whereby two-thirds of
plied her with plenty of funds tc
tbe potato crop of the San Joaquin val shown by the delegatee to the irriga engineer, John Guilfril, to alight, and,
«omph'te her edu- .»tl<ui an I m<-< t nil
tion convention will have ite weight after placing a sack containing dyna
Miles of plantations are under ashes, ley has l>een cornered.
h> r wants lie wiute her that they • iy ami hard ben t till»» and obtain-
and absolute ruin is tbe lot of many
bad Invested tb. lr Inln-iItam es to ii *’ a pilz»- nt far more per*onnl value.
Stephen Decatur, Jr., great grandson toward securing a liberal apportionment mite under the baggage car and attach
Fethcr In Am. il.aii piop.-ity and that »Inc h meant more wealth for hl* trilx»
planters whose all was invested in the of the famous American commodore of of the national irrigation fund for ing a fuse to the explosive they order
the ■■»■•eul.itIon tiled plot. I n f.dlttrv and n white squaw fur Ills wigwam.
tineas. One refugee comes from within that name, has been admitted to tbe Oregon. It is the desire of the depart ed Guilfril to ignite the fuse. This he
and that while h< i f itlmr li.ol left ns
ment of the interior, which has the attempted to do several times, but for
Afier tho Hiiriulse of tho attack of
It Is the fourth night after the In- hall an hour’s ride of General Bariiloa’, Annapolis naval academy.
*ct* above Ills ltabllltle:i tlu'ic was flic pt. C ion I III,..lit flic. in,.I, rallied to diaus attacked tile pack train. At the and brings information that the gene
matter in hand, to satisfy public senti some reason the fuse would not burn.
A New York woman, who claims to ment.
nothing to sp. ak of coml'ig to her deft nd Hie l amp J|ut It was tcx> late, Stone House the Lord of The I ■ ■ . : ral and family are safe. A cablegram
Much will depend upon the
During this proceeding the robbers
Ol.l of pure I" in vol.-ii' ■ I.' e\< i Iu the wmk wns clone While the main sits at fils aci-ustoined pla»*e, sipping received here when the first eruption belong to a band of anarchists, has re- Burveys and the condition of the coun kept up a fusillade in the direction of
tin- Illi. I.
body of the icq men had charged on fiom a goblet of old Scotch whiskey. occurred stated that General Barillos i ported to the police an alleged plot on try, but the department will not think the train for the purpose of intimidat
should not suffer for thu n '>■ arle (tie camp, c|. la< hm> "its of th«* part** Of late years lie has done but little had been asphyxiated.
the life of the president.
of forcing irrigation upon sections that ing the passengers. While they were
trid not teen Idle. They corralled the besides driuk from the flowing bowl.
The refugees state that it is not the
Government officials look upon Ore do not seem to wsh it. A section so preparing to rearrange the dynamite
Kcoiiotnlxlng the funds he hud sent hor ■ s mid hnd them on the. road, O ik » day lie deadens all sense of feel
b»*r from time to time until lu r >ac n id» to Join th., main band with their ing, to i Ise the following with a keep cr iter of 'anta Maria that is in action, gon with mistrust because of timber situated as to ire easily and econom and fuse, Mes-enger bherwick, after
Ing* amounted 1» cunslderalile sl>.
I' ... They disappeared ich silently er appetite nnd a conscience more but a smaller mountain rising from one frauds and conflicting representations ically accessible to water, and shows extinguishing the lights in his car,
started for Amc-ri».i not Infoimln
■ ) < :uii<- and th*- handful »if stinging. On this night his eyelids of the western slopes of Santa Maria, regarding forest reseives and irrigation. enthusiasm, is probably the one that quietly opened a side door in the car
will be tbe most favoied. Lack of en lar enough to admit a gun barrel, and
hef Ullcle nt her coming tint I sin wlilti s that Illi survived knew that it arc heavier than usual, his eyes look called El Rosario.
tribe-Uribe has advised his fellow
Bands of Mexican robbers are now revolutionists to make terms with the thusiasm may tend to turn the depart fired at the nearest robber. Tbe latter
reached New York city, from wl.lrh «acn-.le to follow them In the dark. moro glassy and the grimaces are
place she wrote liltn of the pi.'liible Ih Id' . th' v did pot know but that a deeper in his face.
swarming over the desolated regions, Colombian government, saying United ment against a section, but any amount dropped in hie tracks.
date tlmt site would rein Ii lb,l <- Citi cel-' in lurl a I Iw-liin.l every boulder
of enthusiasm cannot change the natu companions picked him up and quickly
the robbing and murdering refugees on the States intervention has killed
on tin. mountain sides.
ral conditions of the country.
disappeared in the woods near by.
Frenchman, has followed 111.4 road and looting the abamlomd and Liberal cause.
II. h d spei t tin. remainder of Canadian
Headline the Intt.-r pirn i- she grew
None of the passengers were molested.
Instruc tions and old Egan, the Indian desolate plantations. The people left
the n ht In n.lnlst. il ig to the wotind- c hief, has kept ‘ bls eyes open ami tiehind on t) e plantations, it is said,
1m|.iitieiit wnltlng tl" ntlval of an <
The attempt on the life of King Iato-
WHEAT ESTIMATE TOO LOW.
The sheriff of I.as Animas county im
curt from lo r uncl»- and turted with ■ I and preparing the dead for burial bc-en prompt In action, another crime J are in danger of starvation, for the food I pold has revived the question of sup
mediately organized a posse and is now
I'hey «ere Ip ii predicament Indeed. has been added to his life. He stares
So Says the State Oraln Inspector of the in pursuit of tbe holdups.
Tin v h: neither hors, s to pursue th»» Into tlm vacant darkness and this, so supplies have been cut off and there is pressing anarchy.
State of Washington..
marmidlnc band of Indians, or to con still ami gloomy on the desert,'re I no way to send in supplies to the , Two distinct shocks of earthquake in
BOND FOR DREDGE LEASE.
their Journey. While» some of minds him of a distant cave In the afflicted districts.
I tali demolished chimneys and crock
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 20. — State
m..inliers of t he party nroused rimrocks, ancl the picture there cans »s
ery and stopi-ed clocks.
Grain Inspector Arrasrnith, in an in
c» fate of tho white girl, a shudder to come over the gre at frame
Upon Its Approval by Secretary of War
Fire in the freight depot at Pell City, terview, said today: “I believe the es
willing nnd anxious to pur of Martin Lyle, tho Lord of Tim
Work Will Be Commenced.
Ala., resulted in the death of two men
the Indians on foot, all Desert.
Irrigation Congress Will Meet Next Year
Washington Nov. 20.— The Port of
and the injury ol 10, two perhaps
iw th»» futility of such an attempt,
The welcome bark of tho dogs, an
in Baker City.
lished figures place the yield of the Portland will be required to give bond
and the leader of tho escort showed
state at 18,900,000 bushels.
I have beford the secretary of war will ap
■o concern about her capture and no
Portland, Nov. 20.—The Oregon irri
All hope of finding E. F. Egan, su no desire to pad the figures of this prove the contract recently made for
b limit <>n to follow her captors, but ■i stranger. In his eagerness, the Lord gation convention yesterday perfect» d
perintendent of the Great Northern, year's crop, but I am satisfied that the lease of one ol its dredges for use
i tbe f. ie of being left
organization by adopting by-laws ami
afcsit. The morning was consume^ In floor, now and then stopping at the electing additional otfners. Besohl who was lost in the mountains of Mon 24,000,000 bushels is a very conserva on the Columbia and Willamette below
tana, has been given up and the search tive estimate. I base my estimate as Portland. When the contract recently
burying tho d. ail and the afternoon In
Presently a lank form enters tions were adopted commending all ir for him abandoned.
r. onnoltcrlng. The trail of tho In goblet.
The acteage sown to wheat made Between the Port of Portland
door. His dark heavy eyebrows, rigation projects ami endorsing the pro
dians was discovered, which showed | the»
this year was about a 10 per cent in commission and Captain Langfitt was
H it they had gone tn a southerly di I his careless ambling walk, depict the
During tlie day addresses were de been arrested for attempting to burn crease over the acreage sown last year. received here it was referred to the
rect in, n c ourse that lo<| to tho oast c harm tor of the man nt a glance. But
livered by A. P. Davis, prin ipal the fortifications. It is believe»! that The crop this year I ihb been much judge advocate general, who has just
f the striae home, on Mount Juniper
nothing ever tells the Inmost tliouehts engineer, of tbe reclamation service; they are guilty of starting all of the lighter than last, but the decrease per recommended that a bond be procured
I tu i it. Iv that night another pack of
i» pack train for the Intcrli
Dan Follett. Whether after vic tory
acre will not amount to more than 30 to free the government from liability
night In which th»» ecinv-rstlon at tin 'train arrive,| from the west. It had or defeat, or during anger or in a hap Governor Geer, Major Alfred F. Sears, recent numerous fires.
Add the 10 per cent in for any expenses incurred in the opera
beginnlniwcif this < hapt. r <ip. n I the a few surplus horses, nnd as these py mood, the oily black eyes of this W. B. Chase, and H. B. Max on, sec
The coal strike commission has
|>ack train had ri u. In-.l a point on men of pione. r days were» always will man never change. It Is only when retary of the National irrigation con- reached the fourth demaud of the min creased acreage, and we have at least tion of the dredge. Under this contract
74 per cent of last year’s crop, or about the government can lease either dredge
Hnnke river on the Old Oregon Trull •ig tn lend n helping hand to the dis he speaks or ac tB that his mood Is g e»s.
ers union, which calls for a yearly
near the Oregon ami Idaho line For t........ I they (applied th" strando-1 known.
The next session will be hold at trade agreement, and which means a 25,000,000 bushels. “I have just re by paying $ 155 per day for the old one
..artv with a few horses. Tho strand-
turned from a trip through the ea-tern or $235 per day for the new dredge
Innately, on tl
L the <
Upon entering the house, and after Baker City the first Monday of June,
part of the state, and find that in many Columbia. The Port will be expected
enrt <x>nslstlng of cowboys, sent out i d fxc l-ers returned with this train grc»etlng Its Lord, he soon unburdens 1903, and the next annual meeting at straight out recognition of the union.
counties the yield was considerably to furnish the crew and fuel, and bear
voder th»> leadership of an »Xpert to I'nrt Hols., while» four mrmbcT« of himself.
the» cs, ort with the» dart ng equal to
frontiersman. met her at this pho • ■
For instance, in all expense.i of operation. The bond is
express was wrecked Sunday afternoon underestimated.
Both parties had camped In n smal itm e tlni.-s and against the admoni "I saw from tho smoko above tho November, 1903.
north of Cottage Grove. Only one man Whitman county the yield was from required as an extra piecaution, such
' 1II. » i
was hurt an 1 lie says he was walking 30 to 40 bushels to the acre, which is a as is frequently required in government
Follett, "that old Egan was ready
STOLE BAND OF l,4»MI SHEEP.
mountains, cov » t »-I with ro<ks nn.l oleum oath that they would follow said
There are contracts. The department expects the
along the track and hail stepped aside very fair average yield.
boulder*. The | a. k train <-t>-i I r I
has been bond will be readily furnished. When
Blew Up Herder's Cabin Abandoned Flock
of thirty mules ami two wagons, while
train, except tbe Pullman,' was dam overestimated, and where tbe crop did at band, the contract will be approved
tnd placed b< In th" stone boon* • Itll lives of our men were lost. I tried to
and Fled from Pursuers.
the eecort coi
have tlie surprise so complete that the
not run over 15 bushels to tho acre, but and exfienditnres can be commenced
aldea Ita leader nnd n doren horses 1 er uncle. Early the following morn girl ancl animals should be taken away
Flower, Colo., Nov. 21 —Five men
those places are no*, many. There is under the apptopriation of $250,000
one of which was iiaeil exclusively for Ing. nrni.l anil provisioned
An anarchist fired three shots at
without the loss of a life, but our bovs
a pack hors»». and another was brought mounted the e four sta-ted out on were on their feet Instantly and fought drove iff 1.400 head of sheep from the King Leopold, of Belgium, but hurt no an immense amount of wheat held in made last session.
tho trail of the bandit Indiana. The
(lock oi James Brown, 15 miles of
the warehouses of the eastern part of
Now that the government has the
along for llerthn to ri le
moved on. t iking th«« wotind- bravely, and It was certainly a mir northwest this pla e. after dynamiting body.
the state. In many of the towns along option of operating a dredge of the Port
Tired and worn out by tho hard packer*
acle that any of them escaped after the hut in which the herder was sleep
A meteor of great brilliancy fell the line the warehouses are full, and of Portland, it is thought by some en
ships of the tr. II. the packers hud
,■ i ».I., barfed at Boise they engaged such odds.” Then he ing. The explosion blew the cabin to
hobbled out fluir mules, prepared
near I^xingon, Ky., causing considera great stacks of wheat are piled up gineers that it will be unnecessary to
detailed the circumstances of the fight
pieces ami threw the herder into the ble excitement.
their meal, ami g< n<» to bed e irly. The starts.! for the Stone House.
along the sidetracks and covered with ask for future appropriations for build
as the render knows them.
member* of the escort, while not so
Mr. Brown was aroused by the
There is also a large ing a government dredge for the river
jTitlaued. had prepared for retiring ult of the- Indians were familiar with of those four dare-devils reJ uing the noise of the explosion and found the
amount of tbe crop still in the hands below Portland.
csrly also. partly to keep from ills
herder lying unconscious upon the
of the farmer. While east I visited
The engineers’ office has about com
turblng their nclehlair« and partly to that part of the desert, and being on girl?” Inquired Lyle.
ground. He was not seriously hurt. tle with the revolutionists.
many farms where practically the pleted plans for remodeling the trans
be refreshed for tho following ilny's
Senator Elkins, who has heretofore entire crop was still stacked tip in the port Grant into a sea dredge for use iu
Frenchman. "They will either lose I
journey, for from this point the pack
their lives by their foolhardiness or i sheep after a chase of several miles. fought reciprocity with Cuba, has come fields or stowed away in the barns.”
cutting a temporary channel across the
train would »ontlnue to the west ami
come In in a few days starved out., as They abandoned the flock and tied out in favor of the measure.
bar at the mouth of the Columbia
Dcrthn ami her ■ seort would take n
f saw to the fact myself that they took northward. Sheriff Ba Iwin started out
HOLD-UP MAN ARRESTED.
Course over the tralll»»i <s plains and
but few provisions with them.”
with a posse later, determined toappre-
These plans will soon be widely ad
mountains to tie» south
"How did tho girl take her captiv lieml the would-be rustlers.
Made Claim In Idaho That He Waa a Son vertised, but the work will undoubtedly
After sh»» had retired to a bod of
ity?” Inquired the laird of The Deaeri,
this girl from n ccimfortatde
of H. W. Corbett.
be done at San Francisco, where the
suring the latter’s election.
(lamhlers Held Up.
home In Bcotland had plenty to think
"I only saw her for a moment by
Grant now lies.
The American Federation of Labor
*1 out lx»for«» she fell ash'ep Tills
a flash o the campfire after she was
Minneapolis, Nov. 21.—Two bandits
secured, and she wore a bold look of hebl up a gambling den at Columbia adopte»i resolutions against the ship night Harry Corbett and a pal attempt
burren plains and nioiintains over
FIRE AT NORTH YAMHILL.
firmness nnd defiance, as If she» feared Heights to.light ami secured $111,423 subsidy bill and demanded a repeal of ed to hold up a dry g tods clerk in the
which she had pas .oil during the past
few days, and the tin. kl.-s de-ert Im
not even the devils into whose hands from the proprietors and score or more the law requiring marine engineers to residence district of .■»pokane, were later
captured by the police, and Corbett Five Buildings Destroyed -Loss, $20,000,
she» had fallen.”
fore her looked gloomy enough,
give notice for quitting work.
Partially Covered by Insurance.
made a full confession. It now devel
"She's a Lyle!” muttered tho Ixird o’ players. Harvey Howard, a Negio
(lid Eagan saw Ilertha iu camp.
but tbe probalde attack from
porter, was shot by the robbers. The
Secretary Hitchcock has determined ops that the young man lived in Ken
of The Desert.
North Yamhill, Or., Nov. 19.—North
Indians and n long trip through a bar
"This Is a costly affair, Martin," in gambling house, which is operated by that a forest reserve shall be create»! in drick, Idaho, for two months, and while Yamhill suffered a $20,000 fire lose
ren country to her de situation wore comparatively fresh horses made bet
a syndicate of sorting men, is at ttie the Bine and Strawberry mountains, in there claimed to be a son of Millionaire last night. About 9:30 o’clock flame*
ralctilated to Increase her anxiety, ter time than the Indians, so that b.v slnuatcd Follett.
"Yes, I know." replied tho man of emi of a trolley line leading from Min Eastern Oregon. The reservation will H. W. Corbett, of Portland, ex-United were discovered issuing from the gene
while the reference of the loader of night they cams to where the rod
Each robber used a dark be made on an entirely new plan.
th»- «»seort to the danger from Indians men had stopped to prepare thefr din wealth, "but old Egan wanted ani neapolis
States senator. Young Corbett showed ral merchandise tore of
nnd th»» same trllm who. It was al ner tho same day. Each camping mals for his men and woubl not do handkerchief to shield the lower part
The Southern Pacific has signed a intimate acquaintance with the family Vaulheim, and so rapidly did the fire
leged. had murdered her father thick place of tho Indians was marked by the other work, you know, without the of his ccantenance. There are two
cned the mantle of gloom that hung the carcass of a mule, for hungry as horses as he said hl* men would not entrances to the place, and the bandits new agreement with the telegraphers, affairs of the elder Corbett. Corbett spread that all efforts at saving the
about her. and besides, she did not they were, and their party was se he satisfied with taking the girl appeared simultaneously at either door. train dispatchers and station agents on told the Sopkane police that he was a building or contents were utterly
the entire system whereby an advance high liver, ami his money went fast; futile, and the attention of the citizens
.Ike the appearance of the man under largo that it required n full grown an alone."
"The twenty-five head which I am
hence it was necessary to do a little was directed toward saving adjoining
whose charge» she had fallen. 5Vo Imai for every meal. Arising bright
of 10 per cent in wages is granted.
The . lack of . adequate
n'mi's Intuition had properly aroused ami early tho following morning they to deliver nt Gray Butte and the for
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In his report on the army in the
bend they got the other night,”
Victoria, Nov. 21. — Mail advices
a 1 at
Dbtging apparatus made difficult the
her suspicions on this point.
soon reac hed the» camp of the Indians ty
How long sh»» had been asleep she of the» previous night ancl came upon said Follett, "are a prettv heavv tax. from the Orient inelm'e a story of com Philippines, General Chaffee upholds black sateen shirt was found in his work of suhdiiingthe flames, and before
did not know when awakened bv the tho Indians at noon. Tho latter wore besides the men we have lost. Better plications in the Yangtse valley. The General Bell.
room with the back cut out. It was the lire had burned itself out four ad
fiercest y«dls that li.ol over piereed conscious of their power and boldly If von hnd let the girl come on and Aslii Shimun, of Jipan, says that Gei-
then remembered that a house of ill- ditional buildings were in ruin*.
her onrs. and tlie-e Intermingled with ate» their dinner in full view of the
many Ims taken advantage of the naval harbois, Quebec, was burned, entailing fame in the lower part of Kendrick had
At midnight the Dames had subsided
tho discharging of firearms and a din whites, and took their time about father.”
demonstration made by Great Britain a loss of 1100,000.
been robbed pf a small sum of money, and were under complete rontrol. Tbe
of oaths and shouts ns If a thousand moving on. shouting out words of de
two masked men holding up the in fire drew a great crowd of people to tbe
plied Lyle. "The notoriety of her vis against China at Ilan kit to formulate,
Demons were engaged In war. And fiance as they went.
with regard to the evacuation of Shang
The American Federation of labor, mates of the place with drawn revol v- streets, but iortiinately no one wa* in
It wns a war. ami tho men fought like Tho bravo four wore rewarded by see hero would have led to an Investl'-a- hai, conditions which would ccmpletely now
in session, is considering a plan to eis. ' It is believed that young Corbett jured. It is not known bow the fire
demons! The packers nnd cowboys ing Bertha from tho rimrocks, still well tlon, hut now that tho Indiana have
and his pal were the perpetrators of originated.
though outnumbered five to one stood and unharmed, but It was with a shud done the work it Is a natural turn of obliterate all traces of Eng'and'a sphere pension men of 60 and over.
Ameri of influence in the Yangtse valley,
their ground until tho struggle be der that they beheld tho attention that affairs tn this country nnd tho reward
A Swedish sailor on the transport
The Tokio papers say Germany I has in
$10,000 Fire In Helena.
came a hand to hand mm, nnd not tin she» received from tho loader of the can's—-‘ and
diiced France to join her in this man-
Apples Rot on Ground.
ttl she had been snntc lied from her
Mont., Nov. 20.—Fire early
a reservation and
ship's Dag and was drowned.
bed nnd dragged a short distance and
New York, Nov. 20.— Thousands of otday threatened for an hour the com
The Indians numbered about forty them educating
Eng- octi ver.
hack of a horse, nml was warriors and were a sot of as ugly __ would reward the whole rang
British Columbia accuses
the bushels of fine apples are rotting on plete destruction of East Helena. A
Prisoners Escape Mob.
being rushed out through n deep can «tint
_ - - » follow* -• as -V
of the ground in this state, says a Tribune fierce gale was blowing, and to protect
y< n In the mountains, surrounded by won the
name of their Tomorrow arrange to deliver the
Cincinnati, (> , Nov. 21.—After l>e- aquare miles of territory near Portland dispatch from Greenwich, Conn. If the residences and business buildings
n band of Indian warriors, each seem- tribe. The whites could
' ’ do
‘ nothing but twenty-five caynses to the old brute, ing pursued bv mobs in Fleming and
barrels could Ire procured the farmers blankets were made use of to prevent
fngly claiming her ns bls prize, <lid follow r at
with the hope but. before you do ft rcnnlre positive Ma-on counties, Kentucky, two men canal.
nv n ,. distance
say they might ship large quantities to ignition from Dying firebrand*.
she fully realize that her peopl»» had that something might transpire by proof that he's performed hfs part of
General Chaffee was tendered a re- England and even to the Philippines,
lost and that tho rod skins had won.
which they would lie enabled to re the contract, ho has to kill her. you charged with murder were located and ception in San Francisco by the bnsi- but they cannot procure them. Every the assistance of a steamer from Hel
lodged in jail nt Covington, Kentucky,
ena, tlie tire was gotten under control,
It wns fortunnt«» for Bertha flint she Heve the young woman from her di know!”
thing in the shape of a barrel com after four buildings i.ad been destroyed,
They are Alvin Burgess, of ness men.
did not remove her clothing upon re lemma. But now that they were dis
"And the deed to tho Spring t'ro-h Fleiiigslmrg, and George Bentz, of May
tiring that night, nnd flint she placed covered b.v the Indians their prospects Valley,"
A gang of robbers operating in Kly- mands a high price, the most dilapi tbe loss on which is estimated at fully
renlled Follett, "don't forr-t
her shoes on her feet upon being first seemed far les* flattering thnn when that. While Fenn must bo rewarded silk. They had been taken to the ria, N. Y., were interrupted and in dated bringing 35 cents each. Farm $10,000. A
awakened, for the chill night nlr of they first started out.
for hfs damnable deeds, I must bo pal l Brookfield jail, and when it was the fight that followed one officer was lalxrrers are also extremely scarce.
fltrategem was their only hope. To for my bloody ones!” and ho eave tho learned that mobs were coming, the atally wounded and one robber killed.
that altltml»» even ponetrateil these.
make» the Indians believe that they Lord of Thn Desert a piercing look sheriff, by detour routes, reached
Big Haul In Lisbon.
had abandoned the» chase and, thus that made that man of nerve shrink Covington.
Four of the men injured in the furn
CAI TEH IV.
Lisbon, Spain, Nov. 20.—Thievesy
ace explosion at Lebanon, ~
Pa., have bavo broken into the tindorgrour
___ _ guard, np like a coward.
>, by „t their
pronch the camp
stealth at night
died, making the death list eight, strongrooms of the banking firm
At this time Follett's co-ipn-lons
Stillman (lives Harvard $100,000.
Tho following morr.lng showod thv nml rescue the woman was the plan
Two of the
positFa. Colonel Ton-
i’elurinho and have stolen a
Boston, Nov. 21.— James Stillman,
effects of the Indian raid, the
and tho throe repaired to tho dining president of the National City bank of dangei.
One of tlie clerk
F* in command of the Fourth col-
packers lay • cihhu
their scalp* taken,
while one of the saluted them as If bidding them good
The official returns from the recent bank has been aireste
sin, has been mortally wounded in
sat. down and drank and New York, has presented $100,000 to election in Pennsylvania show that with the robbery. Tl
escort had boon killed, nnd three mor bye, and turned nnd rode away as ff House
engagement with the insurgents,
thought, and drank and thought.
tally wounded. Not a horse or mule they had abandoned the chnso.
land Major Beresford, the next in com-
of a profess irship in comparative an the Republicans elected their governor . which such robber»
remained In tho vicinity. These, an
But as soon as they were fairly
re. ' mand, has asked for reinforcements.
by • plurality of 150,410.
recently is causing
Important object of the attack, had hidden behind the rimrocks at the
(To be Continued.)
boon driven away and treasured more