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Around Walker, Mlnf]^
Th*| the Indian
Outbreak Is Over."
and Reservation Teachers
Take a Vacation.
^6t. Paul, Oot 8. —Opinions differ as
1& the present status oi the trouble
"With the Leeoh Lake Iudiaus, but even
though nothing moro follows enough
has happened to cause Northwestern
aettlers to feel somewhat unsettled in
their homes for some time to oome^
There is something of a panic in most
«f the small settlements near Walker,
ithat being the center of the Leech
JLike district, and thw men iu the luu»«
jber camps iu
work and either iu or on their, way- t»
"Wa ter. The leacbtm.u tue Indian
achoois audi others kbout the agency
have also tLoaght it well to chaluge
their locution lor. the ptoMUU There
.have been ,-:
*./ -i 'Iu'JF
that equity have quit
come to the
l\f\0,\3t„*fS*S ?-\,¥\l-«\ *1,
fjli'MMu _-,.w ... ,.m and uther town* to the north of. the
BACON LEAVES BEAft ISLAND
The General Says the Reds
:%vAre Baaly Whipped and
Hid No Difficulty. In Embark
iuke huve ia ed
Ing the Island.
There are not many ofrthem
a letter fat is looked
bad experience with
They nj thai only
-^ifchea^M hat tcea'taken prisoned or
li^diau be laid to he
beyoud doing harm.
Many of these Bear Islandtri are oat*
law| froifl jheir tribes and from the
government und are desperate. So
ibUK as they are still at large the. peo*
pie mthe vicinity of Leeoh Lake insist
ihat iLa I te and ptopertyare in
danger, and they akk for proteoticnto
a greater extent than has yet been
given.1. The. residents ot Cafe Lvke
uti Gve.uor ough for
fnimMiji Ai*mi Miibl* I ta|ir
andthe ba talion _ol atii 1 which
iuuipr^6' iuu national ttuurti of tae
*in tumethe tiit intavirymra be*
AUNT Uuiitd Staiet LUUI«Tr-, is nu*
uw cruets 10 go op in the course
ot he next hiyr hour*.
Liuutfuaut Oi iouevStar^i asxistaut
uijuiaut Ktnerdl, link Secured prims
ut the 'iweifch
auu' iourtepiitu vo uiiteer re'-iuieutu,
it aud ai
1 re eui ii iLi-ouyi., ii a rtteiiitt advis
Irom that region during the day, but
»tiw a- -!-. „.„,i may tie said with assnrauce that the
tltey do no» seem to be well founded,
hu' commission's joint sts*ioui have uot
There WA^o. ttainly no battle and if
there hbTe been any more deaths it has
bben among -'the ce tierd, many of
irhom ere scattered all through that
aectiou of the a e.
General Bacon has returned from
jBear. Isiand, or the mainland near
•ii&cp, wh««re. Wtrdue^day'tf fivht oc*
iruried, to Walker, briiifriiiK w.tii him
«11 ol the first detnchnicnt ot troops,
the dead and vfunded huv.ng been
'aent in first and ogi.t down to Fort
''Exiling. ULtre wan uo uifflrnlty in
ambarking the u.eu at bugar |.o'.nt and
C^euer&l Bacon reports ifficialiy that
'the trouble is abont.bier/as.ha
Uk* W hl|ipcd tka lad'MS .-Badly.
That the Indians have teen made to
goffer, mauy being killed, and that
^ttnjjr.::ha»a be*n di*perspdM"is geperal)T
.tl ell fly Iioiu
aiern va ot tut)
c- u.U tf iju.Lx 4.«u v- i_v i- uour.o.
All Mi U-o ll.vl.a iiV-1 11 il'U .*• i«ir
tUe QU in u.j il ai:. '14H1I
pan u.i iue.-t ri..} i-ust VUIHI°*
1-fvLLijvi*f\/ nifcb P*KloHtD.
4 rAtr on «u» ini
t«» Oiix,. •'Oil
tAIilS. O 8. Ij.ts tp UiSii-AlUiT
it I'li.VnKf m.a st'tt.ea upou
aie 10 be uuuur
lotisiuvrui.uu, nut liU'ie ia uo hetiieU
o.citr nh tu tiioy «ro to be coUbiu*
wen. tr poa^tiuu.s i.tkv«i Leea ev
n.a :Run in writiuK btiwveu lae com*
lntoaiiiua uud Huch c^iumissi- in re
CtM w»ii sepuruteiy deliberate upou
thein. It for no other r^anou than the
lact that the Philippine islands were
not mentioned first in tba protocol, it
jet touched npon the question of
Mora 8t«k Wlaeoaxa Boys 1«ad at N»».
NSWKOST NEWS, Va., Oct. a—The
l'ijwiug is a list of sick soldiers from
Fort6 Kico who were landed at Old
point by, their nsport Missouri^
i-econd Wisconeln—Privates Paul Birr,
B. Branchard, Henry Holkneck, W. V.
Ii uaon, Aug. Johnson, Fred Payne
'ihird Wisconsin—Privates John W.
Baser, Q. S. Bun e, Philip
Balph M. Farr, Noah Gilbert, George Can
uou, B. C. Hanson, Oakley Johnson, G.
Aiarshall, John J. (J. Moore, Thomait
4- ^-ii&li.hon, Julius S.: Simkey, Delpha
leer.. William g. Toomcy. Sergeant
truiik hill. Corporal John C. hhuiuuuk,
thuo- liumiitin ch^rles T. Tithill.
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WA8HMOTOX, Ost. a—8enor Que*
seda, representing tbe Cubans in Wash'
ington, vai at the war department a^d
presented a very diatraaplng picture of
the ooi^ditious.of th^ uland.
"The inhabitants ares tarring," fef
•aid, "and unless something doat,
thera will be very few people left Tk^
people have had no opportunity iii|
plant or raise crop*, they bare ao
n^oney to pnrcbase anpplies sud what
food there is in the isiand i* beyond,
their rut h. Tie greatest suffering 4'
in Santa Oiara, althuugh itns %, «,
T«rjr Bad ia I'aorto Prlielp*.
Only one pcirt, Matunais, is open and
its situation is act' lavoratlo to reach*
tug other pbttious bl the issnd. Tna
Red,Gross aud the United btates, tui*
uer the general treaty, are not allowed
togobayind the' line designated by
the SpuuiardA in carrying supplies to
the people, beoanse they would be
•i ib-e to lie oharged with, smuggling.
Our Koplt do not understand why sb
tuut time ia taken in ending 8panish
rule iu the imaud. Before the war the
•uienoan uovernmeut gave Spaiu 4H
hours in «hc!i to auxwor the ultima*
inui, but iiuw monthit are given t^r
SULTAN WILL COMPLY.
Tarkbh Tr«»ip» ii, ilt« loliuid of Cr«U
b* \t .t)iilrii«ii.
CANEA, Island of Crute, Oct. &
Ismail Ley, civil governor of tue island
of Crete, has informed the Mussu.nuta
uotabieH that the sultau will withur^w
the Turkt-sh troops from Crete in ac*
oordance yith the demands of iiiesit
Britain, Buasia, France and Italy, wh\j
on Wednesday presented to the irte a
collective note ciuiliiig lor a withdrawal
of the Oitomun torce and requiring an
auswer within a'week lrom at
Cooler W mtlirr Hnving Klcrllwl E0M|
SANTIAGO, Oct. a—The general
health of tue American troops is now
better, than ever before. The receut
heavy rams have done much for the
health of the oath p. There has been a
slight increase, of ordinary lever, but
all cares of yellow fever in the deten
tion camps are couyalesceuig and prac
tically ready to be discharged. The
Cooler weather is having an excel.enr
effect on th sick/-
Jir1 Htiil Imlirr Miilclvd. 'V
Ntw IOKK, Oct. a-Kid llcCfy
and Peter M^uer have beeu matched
turnout in a L6rouud. coutest teiore
ti.e Grei.fjr K«w rk Athletic cinb
on Dec. 0 or a par»e of ilO,OOU and a
div a un of the gr»iM gate receipts.
the Post willbe
Battalion of Artillery, Leaves
8t. Paul for the Leech
CitizensVear a General Upris
ing and the Governor
Acts Promptly. '1
APPEAL FROM CASS LAKE
Indians In. That Vicinity.
Ugly Mood and Aot
Early Reports Led .the Offi
cials to Believe the Dlf
,.. flculty .Ended*,,"
ST. PADL, Oct. 8.—One battalion of
the national guard artilUr/, compris*
ing Battery A of St. Paul and Battery
ot Minneapolis, left at 5 a. m. for
Cass Lake, where the people are iu
lttar of a general uprising. The troops
lett on a special train over the Great
Northern road for Duluth, aud on ar
rival will fee immediately transferred
to the Fosaton branch of the Great
Northern, arriving at their destiaat.ou
early in the afternoon.
The St. Paul battery is in command
of Captain Larson, and Battery of
Mnueapolts is in charge of Captain
Beuuett. Major E. C. bbey was
In Couituand of tha llattalloa.
Adjutant Geiitral Muehlberg, Colonel
lloland H. Hartley of the governor's
staff and Captain Converse accompauy
When Governor dough left his of*
ce in the afternoon there was every
reason to believe, from the reassuring
reports wbioh had been received from
Cass Lake and Leeoh Lake country
duriug the early part of the day, that
no further trouble would be ezperi*
enccd with the Indiana Shortly after
8 o'clock he reeeived a telegram at hi§
home in Minneapolis, signed by E.
Cummings of Cass Lake, saying the
Iudians were ugly and acting strangely,
which led him to take aotion.
THE KILLED AMP WOUNDED.
Llik of Thoaa Who Fall la tha Fl(bl
With Laaah L*k* lodlnns.
Minn., Oot. 8.—Follow
ing is a complete list of killed,and
wounded in Wednesday's engagement.
I MAJOR MBLTILLB C. WILKINSOV.
JSKKGBAMT WILLIAM BtTTLER.
PBIVATB EDWAKD LOWK.
PNIVATS JOHK OLMSTBA&
PBIVATB JOHH SWALLKMSTOCEXR.
PBIVATB AUTBSD ZIBBLLI
The wounded soldiers an 1 civilians
Private B. R. Antonelli, shot in leg
Sergeant Levy Ayers, shot through the
shoulder Private Edward Brown, shot In
thigh Private Charles Franols: Private
Godfrey, shot through the shoulder Pri
vate Charles Jelsen Private Albert
hchuyler Private Charles Turner, shot
through tbe shoulder Private George
Wycker, shot In leg £dward Harris, city
marshal of Walker Joseph Oscar, pilot
of steamer Jennie T. J. bheehan, deputy
United States marshal: Tinker, In
dian inspector Henry Walters,'engineer
of the tug Jennie.
TO BE MUSTERED OUT.
L»*| List of V»ln*ta»r OOorr* for Bon*
WABHIMOTOS, Oot. 8. —The war de*
partment issued the long expected or*
der for the honorable dixobarge from
the volunteer army of tbe United
States of three major generals and 36
brigadier generals. This heavy re Jnc*
tion was made necessary'by the faot
that the volunteer army itself bas al
ready been reduced by fully 60 per oent,
and there is conii qaeutly no duty re*
training for these officers to disoharge.
The oflBoers who were promoted from
fhe regular army will return to their
former duties. The list is- as follows:
Major generals, John Coppinger,
Oct. 115, 180d Hamilton S. Hawkins,
Nor. 80, ltstftf Jacob F. Kent, NJV. MO,
Brigadier generals, to take effect Oot..
81, 18V8: Francis L. Geunther, Alfrei
E. Bates, George L. Gillespie,. Luoins
F. Hubbard, James R. Wafies, Charles
P. Mattooks, Mark W. Sheafe, James
H. Berkley, Joseph W. Plume, Thomas
Lb Rosser, JosephK. Hudson-
Brigadier generals, to taks effeot
Nov. 80, 1698: John I Rodgers, An*
dre^w S. Burt, Peter C. H%ini, Gewge
A. Ganretson, Henry. M. Duffield, Johu
B. Baboock, Roy Stone, Wallaoe F.
Randolph, Henry Carroll, Edward P.
Pearson, John H. Page, William W.
Wherry, Charlej D. Viele, Aaron 8.
Caggstt, John H. Patterfoa.
Brigadier Generals Alfred Bates,
George L. Gillespie, John Babcock
and Peter O. Haines will cpatinae thsir
hi»t Clloa PaaS.
NBW YOKIC, OJT.. 8.—Chief Engineer
W. H. Caue, U. & N., retired, is dead
in this city. He bad just submitted to
an operation tor oanrer of the tongue.
In 1861 h) entered the navy, on the
ship Wyoming, and took partinUie
ehasf of the Alabama. While off the
eoast of Chin«, the Wyoming was en*
gaged by throe Japanese men-of*war
and 11 sailors were lled. He was
promoted to chief engineer in 1817,
and retired on Aug. 27, 18IM. He was
on the Charleston daring the Brasllian
liiiv "IA sv
•mlirik VeklMw Ctrl* Bioa br OeSi
A I Cake bf Deo. &.
WAOUBOTOB, Oot. 8.—President Mo*
Kinley has cabled the United Btates
military oommisslon at Porto Rloo that
the island muatbe evaouated by the
8panish forces on or before Oot 18,
and that the Spanish commissioners be
so informed. Iu oase of the failure of
the Spaniards to oomplete the evaoua*
tion by that date the United States
commissioners are direoted to take
possession' and. extrdlse all the fun»
tions of government, and In ease It is
found to be impossible to secure trans*
portation for the Spanish troops by
Oot. 18, they may be permitted to go
into temporary quarters until trans*
porta ean be secured to take, them to
Spain. This faot was developed at
the cabinet meeting and it WAS
also stated that from this time
forward a more vigorous policy
would be pursued with respect to
the evacuation of Cuba. The pi»s
ient has notified the United 8tatos
evaoua tion commission at Haven* that
the Spaniards would be expocted to
have evacuated the island by Deo. 1,
with a stroug intimation that in oase
of failure the United States would
brook no further delay, but immedi*
ately .thereafter take possession of the
BACON WILL RETURN.
Telagrapha WaahlHgloa Ha 11
aa Doao All
Ha Can Far tha frtuat
Oot. 8.—A dispatch
from General Baoon received by the
adjutant general from Walker via
Brainerd, says that tue Indians have
scattered In their canoes to various
islands in that seotion. He adds:
"Have accomplished all that can be
done here at this late season aud will
return with my oommaud tomorrow."
REPORTS ARE REASSURING
War Department Has News
From General Bacon.
BEDS HAVE LEFT THE BOEHE
Troop* Will Ha Kapt In tbe Nalghbor
U«w«v«r, to Qalat tha Faar4
uf Ilia Kaaldonta.
WASHINGTON, Oot. 8. —Reports re*
ceivHd by the officials of the war and
the interior departments from .the In*
dian outbreak are of a reassuring char
acter, and thvy now feel that the up*
rising may be regarded a« over. Gen*
eral Baoon, who has charge of affairs
in the department of whioh he is in
command, will remian at Walker, and
this, it is hoped, will have a quieting
effeot on the 'citisens of the surround*
ing coop try who have felt that they
were in dauger from tbe Redtk.n*.
Ste) Will be taken to have an invest!*
gatioa made with' a view to fixing the
responsibility anting the Indians for
their stand against the government.
The following is General Bacou's lat
Has Th*m Haiti? Whipped.
Walker, Minn., Oot. 8.—Arrived here at
noon with my detachment In good condi
tion, the killed and badly wounded hav
ing been shipped to Fort Snelling during
The Indians havo boon badly whipped
and left the country adjacont to the fight.
En route hero other Chippewa bands dis
played whlto flags along tho lake shdlre.
Much talk hero of general Indian out
break. Will ascertain facts and report
Find Colonel Harbach at this place
with 200 men, Third Infantry. Will re
main myself and keep troops bere await
Uegret exaggerated rumors published
resulting from inability to communicate.
HAD ABUNDANT SUPPLIE8.
ora WUMUM Tmtt ty M*f«ro tho War
Oot. 8.—Three wit-
nesses were beiore the war investiga
tion board during the day—General
Greene, who participated in tbe battle
of Manila Ccl nel Lee, ehief quarter
master at Camp Thomas, and Major
Hersey, who was for a time in ooin*
inand of tbe Roosevelt Rough Riders.
Each admitted tho possibility of indi
vidual cases of suffering and discom
fort, but all said taat the vast major*
ity of complaints were exaggerated. If
not without foundation. They agreed
in saying that no army was aver so
abundantly and luxuriously supplied
as was the American army in the
WOULD REDUCE EXPEN8E8.
Madrid Beslaass Ma* Favor Kadleal
a OonrnsiMt Affairs.
ADHID, Oot. 8.—A large meeting
of business men was held here daring
the. dey. After, a large number of
speeches had been made regarding the'
government's conduct of affairs the
me ng adopted a series of resolutions
aiming sit tho improvement of the eo
nomio situatii n, inelnding the'with
drawal of perm is don to the Bank of
Spain to increase its note issoe by^
500,000,000 pesetas, lai^e reduptlms
iu the pnblio «xpeadjtare, including
the pensions, the closure of the mili
tary scbcois lor the next 19 yearn, the
redaction of the officer*' pay and a
vote in aid of the sufferers ftom the
Chl*f, Wfclto (-load Dead.
WHITB EABIH, Minn., Oct &—
Wah-paw*nah-quod, White Cloud,
head ciii *f of tbe White E^rih reserva
tion aud ih« adstone of the Chippe
Va Iudians of Minnesota, died during
the moining agei 78 years. His death
is a serioas loss to the Chippewa In
dii 'Ui. Agency flags.are fiying at hail
mast, Everything peaceful.-
Who Vo«U prescribe only
tonics an4 bitters for a weak*
ptmy chiU) Its muscles said
nerves are tt? thoroug Hly ez
hausted that they cannot he
Jg whipped Into activity* The
child nccdi food) a blood
and mugde-building food*
f! Scott's Emulsion
of Gd-Liver Oil |g all of this*
and you still have a tonic In
the hypophotphltes of lime
and soda to act with the food*
For thin and delicate children
there is no remedy superior I
to it in the world* It
growth* strength* plumpness
and comfort to them* Be sure
you get SCOTT'S Emulsion*
joe. *nd #i.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChtmUti, N«w York,
OR WM, MCDAMEL
All IILHEMMM» of dumeMtic UUIJUNTO
Promptly aud NclentitlcHlly TIE-ited,
ILFIITLNTRY AMI T«HMiratt«n EMPE*ALT.
OR. F. H. MERO,
—Kffelalllw sisaa af—
Crova tnllBridgoVork aod
StralAtooiot of irregular Teeth.
or Olitunder for Palnleaeextrar
tion of Teeth.
OlUoe over First National Hank.
Free Homes in
Tli^re are ntxMit 1.000,000 acres of
Government land In Northwest
Florida, nubj-ct to homestentl entry,
nnd about half HH tnucli again of
mllroud Imida for Bale at very low
rutcH. These IHIKIH are on or near
the line of the Loulavllle A Nashville
Railroad, anil Mr. R. .1. Weinyw,
GHUVI'UI Land ConiiniHHloncr, Peiina
c.ola. will bo glad to write you all
rihoiit them. If you wish to go
ilown and look at tlieni, the louls
vil)e& NHHhvllle Itiil I rood iirovldeis
the way aii1 the cpportunlty on the
drat and third Tuesday of each
month, with exuurfcions at only
over one fare, for round-trip tickets.
Write Mr. 0. P. Atmore, General
PiMHetignr Agent, Louisville, Ky.,
B9 Rlns Its 21st Year
September 21st, with a
Faculty of Thirteen
Three Foil Courses of Stodj
Also O raduatlng Courses
in Music and Art.
Physical Culture, Military Drill.
Home for Ladles. Boarding De
partment open to You.ig Men.
ffjrtncipal's Certificate Ad*
mlts to tfany Colleges. 65
Graduates this Tear.
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