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VOIi. XL. VIII !NO. 304.
BOCK ISiiAST). IXIj.. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1900.
PKICE THREE CENTS.
A DAY IN
Former President Harrison
Talks Only to Say That
He is Not Talking.
HAS TAKEN A BACK SEAT
'attention given. The mynt meetings
at Muskegon and Grand Rapids were
loth numerously attended, and at both
there were frequent bursts of ap
plause as well as words of approval.
These meeting were equal to the liest
of the entire tour.
ROOSEVELT'S Bl'SY INDIANA DAI
Wonnil l"p mt Fort TTajne with Three
Speeches to Three Aadimtn.
Andersoa. Ind., Oct. 11 Gov.
Roosevelt began the second day of his
campaign in Indiana by making 1C
BLOOD IS SHED AGAIN
Closing Down of the Coxe Broth
ers' Coal Mines Costs Prob
ably Two Lives.
AEOUT A D'JZM OTHERS WOUNDED
minute speeches at Marion. Fainnuat Mostofthe Injury EcinS Done Witb
I las Done No Stumping Since
1898, When He Had
Some Hard Usage.
BRYAN AND ROOSEVELT
Npw York. Oft. 11. -General R.nja
mm Harrison gave out an interview
and statement last night. He was ask
'I: "Is jk true, General, that you have
consented to make some spiyches in
"No, that statement lias not le'ii au
thonzed by me." was his answer. "I
have said to every one who has sjioken
-r written to me on the subject that I
could not ilo any more canipign work
1 1. ... . ...
in 10 jiiukc rpiMiiii''an speecnes
the year I began to vote, and have had
a laborious, if unimportant, part in
every campaign state and national
since, until J.V.IS. In ls:S I submitted
myself to very hard usage and th;u
nmcie t:p my iiiiimI. and so said to my
friends, that I would do no more caui'
palatini;.'. I- ollowing this conclusion 1
declined to take a sfH-aking part in the
campaign of lsbs. iv retirement dates
from that year, not from this, lew
men h:ive made more speeches for
their party than I have, ami no ex
prcsidf lit, I am sure, ha: made more
tin Tnkrn a Iturk seat.
"Since I left Washington my retire
ment from ad participation in party
management lias been complete. All
1liat I have left to others, ami I think
they have very generally and kindly
iwi-epted my sens" of the proprieties of
1 he case nf least between campaigns,
. r '.1 worn, I bare vacated llie choir
ifr. and taken a seat iu tliepew? with
n deep sense of gratitude to my fore-
bearing fellow countrymen."
Rut, general, it is said that yo-.i are
not iiifoget her iu accord with your
A to l!i Prevent I'otillou.
"Well. I have heard that mv silence
was imputed by some to ttiat cause
Now the only public utterance I hae
made in criticism of the dieies of the
f the party was contained in the in
terview consist ing of one rather short
sentence- that I gae to the n wspa
T'ers while lie- Porto Ki'-o bill was
iM-ml iittr. It wa in Mib-dance th;il I re
garded the I i 1 1 as a urave departure
from the right prim iples. 1 still thinli
m. I do not believe that the legislative
Iovcr of congress iu the forritorit s is
absolute, and I do believe that the rev-
ni'e clause relating to duties and im
posts applies to I'orto Rico. These
iews I know are not held by many
able lawyers. It is ;i legal ipiestioti
ne that the political departments of
the government cannot fully adjudge.
The final and controlling word upon
this ouestio-i is with the supreme court
oT the T'nlted States."
Iteliete r. lie lilcl in '.!.
As to the General's choice in the
present campaign he referred to and
iioted his iecch in Carnegie hall in
Iv.k'i. In which he strongly opposed
I'.ryan's election, as his sentiments
now. He will leave fr Indianapolis
IIKYAV TOt It I MirilKiAN.
aDd Alexandria, after which the dura
tion of the stops were increased to 20
minutes. In all the large towns dele
gations from the ccuntry were pres
1 ore t ayue. idu., tier. 11. (ioveru
or Roosevelt closed a busy day's work
yesterday by making three speeches in
this city at night, addressing tlie great
est number of ih rsous In the aggregate
whoever have gathered in Fort Wayne
to listen to a candidate for political
honors. He was also honored with
three large parades. The Lut stop
prior to the arrival here was at Hunt
lngtou, wnere a large illuminated pa
rade was given. Reaching 1'ort Wayne
tne governor was driven lmmediatcly
to the Kink, where he was greeted
with prolonged applause. Having d
nvered his address he was escorted to
a large tent especially erected for the
occasion, where he made a second
speech, and thence he went to Librari
an 11. where he spoke for the third time,
At the conclusion of the governor's
speech at the Uink Curtis Guild was
introduced, and other speakers at the
three meetings who cither preceded or
followed Koosevelt were Senator Fair
banks. C'hnrles .lewett. of the Indiana
Kepubliean stare committee, and W. E,
r.ngiish, who Tiuring the Spanish war
was a member of General Wheeler's
stxff. When the Koosevelt party
reached the ICmk. the structure was
crowded ami hundreds of persons un
t:e to obtain admission were on the
cuisine. Wjen ttie governor was in
trod nerd thr audience rose as one man
and gave him three cheers and a tiger.
1 tie governor s address was a reply to
a si.eccli recenfiv made at Macomb,
His., by Bryan
Hoodlum at rrt Wayne.
Fort Wayne. Ind.. Oct. 11. Hood
111ms or 1-ort ayne last night en
deavored to rival those who made an
attack upon Governor Koosevelt in Vie
tor. Colo., and iu a measure succeeded.
On Calhoun street, shortly before the
head of the procession reached t lie
Kink where the governor was tospeak.
a party of roughs on the sidewalk
threw a shower of sotnes at Koose-
velt's earring?. One strii'-k the gov-
mot on the shoulder and another.
missed iimi. struck oionci ur'is
Guild, Jr.. of Boston, in the face
-eitiier was hurt and The Violence
stopped at 1 hat.
Cult! Vtater Men iu Mii Hisan.
ietro;r. tier. 11. .John Wooller
and party, on U:ird the "Prohibition
special, arrived here at 1 p. 111. yes
terday and concluded the run across
Michigan with an evening meeting at
the I.-ght Guard armorv. The special
made a total of eight stops yesterday
Meetings were held at Ruchanan.
Oowagi.ie. Kalamazoo. Rattle Creek
1 . ..
.lroioii. .ia i.oii ami Aim Arnor, a
warm reception being encountered at
gtones Women Take) Part
In the Tronbl3
Ilazletou. Pa.. Oct. 11. A special po
liceman was Instantly killed, another
was wounded in the head, a striker
was probably fatally shot, and ten non
union men were more or less seriously
wounded at the Oneida colliery of Coxe
Rros.. iu a, clash between the officers
and ryxj strikers yesterday morning
The vic-tinis are: Killed Kalph Mills,
of Re-aver Meadow, special iKjliceuian
shot through the back. Wounded
George Kcllnor. of Reaver Meadow,
also a special officer, shot, wounds in
the head: Joseph Lesko, of Sheppton,
striker, shot in the groin, will probably
die; ten uou-tmion men stoned, but
only two of them seriously injured
are John Van Rlargiu and James Tosh,
of Sheppton. the former sustaining:
scalp wounds and the latter having;
four ribs broken.
JUeginninc of the Turbuleui-e.
The Oneida colliery having been iu
operatum since the inauguration of the
strike the union men at Oneida and
Jsheppton. w here many of the employes
of the Oneida, ami Oerriiiger collieries
of Coxe Rros. V- Co. live, decided early
yesteray morning to close down the
-mine. J hey gathered in groups on tht;
streets as early as 3 a. in. As the
non-uniou men went to work they
were asked by the strikers to remain
at home. Some turned back, others
did not: those who went to the colliery
were stoned. Van Rlargin, one of the
non-union employes, attempted to pull
1 revolver, out the weapon was taken
froln him, and in the beating he re
ceived he had several ribs broken. Thl
occurred Just before starting time at
Attaok on No. 3 Colliery.
The strikers remained at the collierv
all morning. As the small mine loco
motive used in hauling coal from the
Nos. 2 and 3 collieries to the Oneida
breaker pulled up on the road near the
latter colliery a crowd of women
blocked the track. The women wrr
told by General -Superintendent Kud-
lick to go home. He assurred thetia
that their husbands would get an in
crease in wages and that their other
grievances would be properl v ad lusted
i tie w omen refused to listen, aud
stoned the superintendent, who was
wounded in the head. Then the strik
ing men and the women rushed to
ward the .No. 2 colliei v. A force nf
iiMiut hf!y special noliciue n. which
Had lieen brought down from Reaver
.Meadow to prevent trouble, attempted
io intercept the nioli. hut it was pow
to do anything and retired to the
strikers. It is now be-:unng"apparcnt
to the most coolheaded that unless the
strike is called off by the Sera n ton con
vention there Is going to te more or
less disturbance !n the anthracite re
Hunger is iK'ginnmg to manifest it
self in the families of manv of th
txrikers. and another week of idl?ne?
Is going to bring distress to the hmes
tf many. Farmers wiio live close to
the mining villages claim that thev
ar being robbed of their property ox
cry night. Barns and cellars are broke;
into and potatoes, meats and corn car
nod away. i..'n .Monday mgnt a ow
was slaughtered :u a field near Rut-
ton wood. The caroass was cut up and
carried away in pieces. I-ast week
another farmer nearby lost a cow- and
two sheep in the same way. Some of
Ir i Mitii I, Mint r luiti if im-j-V-ww.. r.:t l
l-Yom a recent phctograph.
GKXERAI. J. P. S. GOBfV.
the farmers are now protecting their
properties with shotguns.
Iter. K. IS. Philips, of Ilazletou. who
took such an active part in trying to
prevent the strike, was in town yester
day. He thought the outl ok for a
settlement of the strike by the Scran
ton convention was most favorable.
He says by this time the operators
must recognize that the mint rs have a
powerful and compact organization,
and that it will be well to deal with
Altgclil Spoaka to Student.
ew- Haven, t'onn.. Oct. 11. The
iale Oemocraiie lnb held its first
rally of the campaign last night, with
x-Governor John P. Altgehl. of I 111-
nois. as the principal speaker.
Tnlka to the l'eople of the Celery He It anil
the 1'earh Country.
Rattle Creek, Mich.. Oct. 11. De
ppitc his arduous labors of yesterday
Rryan arose early this morning. He
made the first ef his sixteen speeches
on the program for the day at Hist
ings, beginning at 7:15. and notwith
standing that early hour he had a good
audience. At Nashville he spoke five
minutes, and 20 minutes at Charlotte.
Rut a minute was given to Bellevue.
Here ho talked half an hour.
Grand Rapids, Mich.. Oct. 11. The
weather for the first day of Rryan's
tour of the state of Michigan was all
that could bo asked. Ale made sixteen
addresses from first last, and all
but one of the meetings wore held in
ALL-WATER E0UTE TO EUROPE
Carnegie Steel Company Kegina I lie Work
of 1 tn h 1 1 .ti l ii the Same.
Clevelaud. O..Oct. 11. The Carnegie
Steel company has taken the first
step toward the building up of all-wat
er transiiortation of export steel from
Lake Krie jrts to Kurope. iu charter
ing four vessels to load with steel at
onnoaut. O.. and steam via the Woll-
atid canal and the St. Lawrence to Liv
Their capacity is alnnit 2..00 tons
eacu on eigiuoen reet or Mater. It is
the intention to load each vosseiwith
!. tons of steel at Oonncaut and fill
out at M-.Hitreal with !.. tons of
wood pulp. Going through the Wclland
canal tli vessels will drawonlv twelve
feet, though fourteen feet draught is
Boutelle la Much Improved.
Rangor, Me.. Oct. 11. Miss Grace
Routelle, daughter of Representative
'harles K. Routelle. has received a
letter from the physicians at the Me-
Iioan sanitarium at Waverlv, Mass..
where Mr. Routelle has been an in
mate for several months. In which
they say that her father has im
proved greatly and that he is able to
leave the hospital if the family de
sires. They advise, however, that Mr.
Boutelle remain there for another
Howard Seem To Ha Toufh.
Louisillle. Oct. 11. Ten mountain
eers, headed by James Howard, an ex
postmaster who is nnder a threo years'
sentence received in the I'nlted States
the open air. The tour was under the -ourt. attempted to break jail lastnight
management of State Chairman Cain- J by digging through a wall. -A turnkey J
pau. and was admirably conducted.
The train was at no time more than
ten minutes behind time, and all of
the speaking platofrms were proofed
so near the railroad station that in
only one instancy was it necessary for
Rryan to enter a carriage In order to
reach them. The country traversed
was varied in haracter, including the
famous Michigan celery bdt. the
scarcely les famous peach country,
and a region of much furniture manu
facturing. The towns in which speeches were
made were as follows: Michigan City
Mr.d.i New Buffalo. R-nton Harbor.
Plain well. otego. Allegan. Harjf.lton. 1 aped two of the gates of the Welland
Holland, 'irana iiaven. inKego:i ami
Grjnd Rapids, two meeting bir.g
h!d '!! tb's ity. Th? cTowdswere sll
tpla'arr je as " is lie
surprised Howard cutting into the
wall, and after a struggle knocked a
big knife from his hands.
Army of the Cumberland.
Chattanooga. Tenn.. Oct. 11. The
final business session of the Society of
the Army of the Cumberland wa held
yesterday. Louisville was chosen for
the next annual meeting during the
week of Oct. S. 1901. The following
officers were elected: President. Gen
eral P. S. Stanley; corresponding sec
etary. General H. V. Boynton.
jn sllana uui OaceeLamad.
Toronto. Orit.. Oct. 11. The ocean
learner Wacramau. bound down, dam
canal last night so seriously that navi
gation or the canal -will probably have
tr hf dicontlcaed for at least two days.
W 11 K It K TIIK Ml KKI H WAS PUN E.
Somebody I ire a Shot and the Result I a
JllSt as the olhcet-s 'nf- rlriu cl.,.l.
ter a shot was tired. This m-.-k foi
lowed by another, and in a few seconds
many shots rang through the air. Po
liceman Mills was the lirst to fall. Then
josepu j.e.-ko, a Striker, staggered to
the ground. No one knows who shot
lirst. but it is believed that both the
strikers and the ollicers used their
weapons. A gunshot killed Mills and
small shot struck Policeman Kellnor.
i.esko. me striker, was struck bv a ball
from a revolver, with which all the of-
ncers were armed. After the shootiu
i ne strikers dispersed. Sheriff Toole.
oi .-sciuiy iiviu county, in whose terri
lory ttie clash occurred, was at Phila
delphia and could render no assistance.
J lis chief deputy, James OTlonnell.
arrived here in the afternoon and went
to tno scene with a force of men. Rev.
Carl Houser. a Lithuanian minister
from Freeland. who baptised a child at
Oneida just at the time the shooting
was m progress, was mistaken bv the
strikers for Superintendent Kudlick
and uurrowly escaned bein"- stoned
He was soon recognized bv a friend
ami escorted safelv to the station
Notices were posted last night bv
Cose Bros. & Co. at their Oneida, Der
ringer. Gowen and Beaver Meadow
collieries that there would be a suspen
sion of work until the strike is settled.
Not one colliery is now in full opera
tion in the Hazleton district. Core
Bros. & Co. have guards stationed at
every approach to the Oneida and Der
ringer collieries. All the officials, in
cluding Luther S. Smith, the manager
of the company, are on the ground and
a special train with steam un is wait
ing to carry them anywhere along the
line of the Delaware, Susquehanna and
A dispatch from Shaniokin savs:
"Secretary George Hartlein. of district
No. 0. comprising the counties of
Schuylkill. Northumberland. Columbia
and Dauphin, stated last evening that
the delegates to the miners convention
tomorrow would be instructed to vote
for the observance of the semi
monthly pay law. abolishment of the
sliding scale, acceptance of the in per
cent, increase if it "goes for one vear
and recognition of the union."
JFAKMEK BfcGl- TO tOSrLAI.V
Their rropertr DUappeara in the Nig-ht
and They Go oa Watch.
"Wilkesbarre. Ta., Oct. 11. A nnm
ber of deputy sheriffs left here last
nijrtt to join Sheriff Harvey's forces in
the lower end of the county. The sher
iff telephoned to this city that the dis
turbance at Oneida yesterday morning
was wholly unexpected. It was quite
generally understood among the strik
ers that they would do no more march
ing until aftr the Scranton convention
met and pas"d upon the offer of the
operators. The presence of so many
XU2 pnjE? wav to wcr!r prrarrd '
CASE OF YOUTSEY
IS STILL SUSPENDED.
Georgetown, Oct. 11 Although it
was announced this morning that
Youtsey was somewhat better, he is
still in a stupor and the trial i ad
journed until tomorrow at the request
of hts counsel.
Georjrelown, Kv-, Oct. 11. Henry
Youtsey, on trial as an accomplice in
the. Jioebel murder, remained in a
comatose condition all yesterday;
whether that is due to the opiates ad
ministered to quiet him Tuesday night
ennnot be ascertained He has an
swered no questions addressed to him
by his nearest relatives and physi
cians, but once or twice during the
iliv ne held up his hands and ex
claimed: "There is uo blood on my
hands ttere is no blood on mv
The only nourishment he has taken
was a glass of milk, which was almost
forced down bis throat by the physi
ciaus. Dr. Carrick says he is in an
extremely critical .condition, which
may take a sudden change for the b"t
ter or worse at any moment, and if
for the worse Youtsey will be per
PLAGUE NOV SEEMS
IN CHECK AT GLASGOW.
Glasgow, Oct. 11. All the plague
suspects have been dismissed, but 'JO
plague cat-es remain in the hospital.
An oftici-il bulletin says: The out-
b;cak has been completely checked.
Twenty-one days have elapsed since
the last case.
CULLOM AND TANNER
Their Contest Over Some Candi
dates Again Decided by
the County Judges.
HEMOBIAL TO THE HONOSED DEAD
By the Supreme Court Candidate fop
Elector Resigns Brutally As
saultetl by Tramps.
Washington, Oct. 11. The census
bureau announce the population of
Connecticut at 006,355, against 74C,
258 in "JO, an increase of 21 7 psr
Chicaeo's I'roj. rteil Methodist Cliurrh.
Chicago, Oct. 11. itetKirts were cir
culated among Chicago Methodists
yesterday that a new and costlychurdi
would be built on the south side, to be
one ot the largest edifices in the coun
try possessed by the denomination.
The building is to Tie at Fifty-first
street and Indiana avenue, and it is to
be named St. Andrew's. The new
church is to take the place of the State
Street church at State and Forty-sev
enth streets. s
Valuable Papers Are JBisoing-.
Chicago. Oct. 11. Papers worth ?!.-
000 or $r.iO and $."m)0 in cash, placed
for safe keeping in a vault in the offi.-e
of Attorney Patrick A. Hines. room
1115 Chamber of Commerce building.
were stolen r-ept. 'i, and the opera
tives of the city detective bureau are
looking into the matter. . Among the
documents taken were protnisory notes
tiara ble to P. A. Hinc or order, and
deeds, insurance policies and conrracta
held in escrow by the lawver for vari
Bailer Bids the Troop .ooJ-3ye.
Lydenburg. Transvaal Colony. Oct.
11. General Buller bid farewell to h!
troops Oct. C and departed southward.
There was a striking farewell demon
stration. The troops gathered on both
sides of the road for mile and cheered
Nat la I'avor of Woman Suffrage.
Melbourne. Oct. 11. The legislative
council of Victoria yesterday rejected
the "bill recently passed- lv the legis
lative assembly providing for a refn
endunj on the question: of woman's
Springfield, Ills., Oct. 11. For the
S(cond time the contest between the
Cullom and Tanner frictions in the
Forty-fBurth senatorial district on leg
islative nominees was Tuesday taken
up by the county judges. The Tanner
faction had nominated James Gullett,
of Eiizabethtowu, for senator, and
Jesse Bart ley. of hawneotown, for
representative, and the Cullom faction
had nominated II. .W. Winders, of
Klizabethtown. for senator, and Jasper
Partridge, of Carmi. for representative.
Secretary of State Rose refused to cer
tify to either party's nominations, and
referred the matter to the county
judges of the district for adjudication.
lhe county judges met Aug. 21 and
decided that neither party had made
jfsai nominations, i ney met again
Tuesday and heard arguments, and re
affirmed their former decision. This
leaves the matter iu the bauds of the
senatorial committee of the district.
which is Tanner three to two. and
which will decide iu favor of the Tan
In Memory ofThone Gone He fore.
Springfield. UN.. Oct. 11. The su
preme court yesterday afternoon took
action on the deaths of General John
A. McClernand and General John M.
Palmer. Hon. C. C. Brown presented
resolutions adopted by the Sangamon
County Rar association on General
Pa liner's death, and Hon. Samuel P.
Wheeler those adopted by the same as
sociation on the death of General Mc-
lernand. and hi presenting them
made feeling speeches. The memorials
were spread on the records of the su
preme court and copies will be sent to
the families of Generals McClernand
Klcr.tor Declines to ltun.
Springfield, Ills., Oct. 11. James K.
Blish. -Democratic candidate for elec
tor for the Tenth congressional district.
as tiled his resignation with the sec
retary of suite. In his resignation he
says that he declines longer to stand
or the ollice and asks that his name
and certificate of nomination be with
E. Jackson a telegraph lineman in Chi
cago, lie had crawled into ah empty
stock car at Chicago to ride. Two
tramps were in the car and they soon
demanded his money.
He had $U0 and refused to give it up.
but made a fight. In the desperate
struggle in the dark he knocked one
man down, but the other shot him in
the back of the head. He was robbed
and the men jumped out at a water
trnk. Jackson said he was determined
not to die without telling of the as
sault. He is likely to die.
Said He Had Swallowed a Fly.
Lincoln. Ills.. Oct. 11. James Gray,
a farm hand from near Hartsburg. Lo
gan county, was found in au nncoii
scions condition near the Illinois Cen
tral station here, and died later at St.
Clara's hospital. When found he was
unable to talk, but rallied and said he
had swallowed a tly. This was the
only statement he made. The post
mortem showed that he bad suffered a
hemorrhage of the brain. The coroner's
jury failed to throw any light on the
mystery. Gray had leen in Logan
county three weeks, coming- from Em
AsSAULTEII VICIOI SI.Y MV TKAMI'S.
Telegraph Llneiuiia Shot ynd Robbed on a
Decatur, Ills.. Oct. 11. Engineer E.
Talbot, ot" Wabash train No. was
trtlood near Manstield Tuesday tosee
a man covered with blood come down
ever the coal in his tender and fall
fainting in the gangway. The man
seemed to be dying, but herovived a lit
tle and told t ho engineer that hp. was
Condition of Chicago State Itank.
Springfield, Ills.. Oct. 1. Reports
to the auditor of public acoeunts of the
condition of the seventeen state banks
located at Chicago on Oct. 1 show that
since the last report made on July 2
the loans and discounts have increased
?2.1M!tS.271. and savings deposits $STS.
!('!. There is a decrease of 12!,4$t in
the holdings of United States bonds
and an increase of $!:t4.2ti3 in otber se
curities. The demand deposits are larg
er by ?2,r2.V.S2. and there is abso an
Increase of S2.KoS.5oS iu the amount
due to state banks and bankers.
Arrented on Orave Charge.
Shelbyville. Ills.. Oct. 11. Dr. Frank
P. Rivins. a leading physician of this
citv and a prominent member of the
First Methodist Episcopal church, ami
William Hudson, a young merchant of
Middlesworth Station, rive miles- east
of here, nave loen arretted on the
charge of performing a criminal opern
tion on Maude Hughes, a 15-year-old
girl living with her parents in the
southeast part of the county.
Illinois Itiver Improvement.
Metrpollis. Ills.. Oct. 11. Captain S
B. Kerr, of this town, has gone to
Snringlield in the interest of a move
ment which is being 'agitated in Pope.
Massac. Johnson, and Pulaski counties.
that of petitioning congress to make an
appropriation for dredging ami
straightening the channels of Rig Ray
aud Cache rivers.
I'rairie State W. C. T. V. Convention.
Alton, Ills., Oct. 11. The twenty
seventh annual convention of the Illi
nois Woman's Christiau Temperance
Union was convened in this city. Mrs.
Mary S. Rounds, president, of the Illi
nois Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, is in the city ami is leading the
convention. Tin attendance of dele
gates is very large.
Two Men Insane from Kellgion.
Puna. Ills.. Oct. 11. James Butcher
and Benjamin Hntton. ueigldiors. were
adjudged Insane yesterday and sent to
the asylum. P.oth became insane from
Insurgents Actively Plunder
ing and Otherwise Caus
ONE BAND BROKEN UP
Captured Guerillas Tell
Engagements in Which
Both Sides Lose.
"Mr-Quarry Rros.. of Caledonia, Mich.,
have raised one hog this year which
weighs 7o pounds.
BOERS TOO, STILL FIGHTING
Manila, Oct. 11. The west coast of
the island of Leyteis in a state of tur
moil. The Insurgents are actively
plundering, raiding and returning to
the garrisoned towns while the Amer
icans pursue in the mountain. Gen.
Mojicas and ollicers after surrendering
their soldiers, attempted to es
cape, but were captured, and the or
ganization was broken up. The cap
tured guerillas, when questioned,
stated that on the 6th instant oO
Americans attacked 45 rebels and
rilled their stronghold in Camarlne
province and routed them, killing 10.
Two Americans were killed and threo
wounded. Twenty men of the 82d
infantry in an engagement on the 10th
in Bajan province had a man killed
aud four wounded.
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Driven Over the Vaal.
London, Oct. 11. The following is
from Roberts: "Pretoria, 10 An
engine with a truck conveying a
party of engineers to Kaapmuiden,
yesterday was ambushed by Boers.
Capt. Stewart, with 40 men of the
rille brigade, went to their support.
Stewar'. and one private were killed.
Capt. Paget, Lieui. Strhb.t and litfe
engineers were wounded. Lieut. Sew
ell and 10 riflemen were made prison
ers. DeLisles' men, alter threo days'
Continued on Fourth Pae.
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Cool Weather Wearables.
Wc arc showing, as usual, a full line of the fam
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Bros. & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.f whose label
is universally recognized as making the best
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who were devoted to the merchant tailor to
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out of ten,' it L - waste of time and money to
buy made-to-measure clothes. The "Adler"
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made-to-measure price. However, come and .
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