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LONG LOST BONANZA STANDING WIXOM, Proprietors. FOUND. THE FAMOUS LOST CABIN IN WYOMING RE. DISCOVERED. Terms of gnbserlptlont On Year, in advanc.. li Month! ......... Three Months- - J? efts u Entered Ill Poet OBee at Brffhsm Cltj second elaa matter. RUM STANDING, , Bagno. Kditar. lutrnentou to Corrmpo.de ntfc Item, of nm nr. solicited from .11 port, the country. .id. ef the paper only. Writ, npon on.name, of plaialy. the publisher from full ires possible persons,to thecomam. of the aulher shell Id b. signed all munications. Th. identity of mrrospondeuta will be withheld wh.nd.or Writ proper to promot la order from I tl4 PUBLISHED Rich Min for Which Many Men Have fiMpwtwl Um Been Located and a Rush to That Section Hu EVERY THURSDAY. UTAH STATE NEWS Tbe salaries of all the county officers of Uintah county hare been raised. The location of the famous Lost Cabin gold mine, for which miners and prospectors have searched for many years, has been found. This is tbe belief of a party of Bffalo, Wyoming, miners that have been prospecting on the south branch of Otter creek, sixty miles southwest of Buffalo, for five or six years, and who last week discovered rich veins of gold ore in that vicinity; also what they believe to be the workings of the now famous Lost Cabin mine itself. Albert E. Sutton and Barnes C. Burris have been at work in the district for a long time, as have many other miners who believed the story of the lost mine and who were confident of some day discovering the workings from which fortunes were said to have been secured in early days. Each year the men secured enough float to pay for their time and labor, but not until a few weeks ago did they find anything that looked like a rich strike. The discovery is a drift in the tide of a nearby perpendicnlar cliff, about fifty feet high. Tbe workings are in rich that a carbonates, which are-sdollar's worth of . gold can be picked out of a square inch of the wall with a pocket knife. On one of tbe walls is the following inscription: Gorham and Wilhelm Arbacb, MORO SITUATION CRITICAL. American Force Halt Mclcc Decisive Mov Against Hostile Natives. Moro The situation in Mindanao is considered critical, and it is believed that American troops will soon move agaim.t Bacalod, where tbe recent murder of two man of the twenty-sevent- h infantry was plotted. A small party of Moros surprised an at camp outpost of the Twenty-sevent- h Nickars, Mindanao, August 13th, killing two and wounding one American. They were from Bacalod, which baa a strong fort and other defenses. Bitter opposition to the Americans exist at Bacalod and Captain Pershing of the Fifteenth cayalry, commanding the American forces at Lano, recommended the reduction of the fort. General Chaffee, who left Manila on a final tour of inspection, reached ZamboaDga, island of Mindanao, last Friday. Ins conference with the local commander, General Chaffee argued that unless ths American forces moved decisively against the hostiles they would lose the support of the frendly Moros. The native crew of the inter-insulsteamer Mis Ilermanos mutinied at Port Virac, island of Cataduanes, last Thursday. They murdered the chief engineer of tbe vessel and wounded the captain, the mate, the second officer and one of the passengers, all of whom are Spaniards. .Members of tbe native constabulary went to tbe rescue of the ship's officers. They fired into the crew and killed three ol of the crew surthem. Twenty-fiv- e rendered and five jumped overboard and are believed to have been drowned. During the fighting on the Mis Hernia nos the steamer ran aground, but was subsequently floated. ar $18,-00- l Casey-Crave- ns Machine Running at the Rate of 62 Bodies of the Unfortunate Couple A small party of Moros surprised an Miles an Hour When It Suddenly Thrown High Into the Air and infan-h j Collapsed, Throwing Occuoutpost of the Landed In Debris of Machine, Ser 13th. tbe on Vicars pants to the Ground. Being Horribly Mangled. try at Camp were geant Foley and Private Careysevere- was Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fair, who Francisco in the latter Vandorn Private and part of May killed were related to Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, last, for a wouuded. trip to Europe. Charles Jr. (Miss Virginia Fair,) were return- Fair was tbe son of the late Senator The Moros, who numbered only a ing to Paris from Trouville Thursday, Fair and was one of the heirs to the dozen, were armed with spears and when their automobile swerved and immense estate of tbe late senator. It swords. The morning wae dark and crashed into a tree fifteen miles from ia peculiar that the son of the late foggy. The attacking party crawled Paris. Both were killed. The chaffeur John W. Mackay, one of Senator Fair's to within a few feet of the sentinels became insane as a consequence of the partners, was also killed near Paris a and then sprang upon them suddenly. shock. few years ago by being thrown from The entire outpost rushed to the relief Mr. and Mrs. Fair had been staying his horse. of the sentinels, but they were too late at Trouville during the week. They Charles Fair was the third of the and the Moroa escaped, although posbad a very fast forty-fiv- e horse power four children of the late Mr. and Mrs. sibly a few of them were wounded. automobile, which attracted consider- James G. Fair. Teresa, who is now Tbe American sentinels were terribly able attention and with which they the wife of Hermann Oelrichs, is the cut by tbe swords and speara. were highly pleased. Mr. Fair had oldest of the heirs. Then came James, The attackldg Moroa were all from been from Trouville to Paris and back who died about ten years ago. Charles Bacolod, and the occurrence probably was the third, and tbe youngest was will result in a move against the town, again in odc day with the machine. Tbeaccidentoccuired almost in front Virginia, who is now the wife of VV. which has a strong fort and other of the Chateau Buisson du Mai. The K. Vanderbilt, Jr. In tbe spring of Fairs Intended to dine and spend the 1894 Charles married Maude Nelson. FUTURE OF CUBA. night in Paris and return to Trouville The ceremony took place in Oakland, for lunch the following day. and it was almost a secret one. Outlook for Now Ropnblle Not So Dark a The wife of the gatekeeper of the Ha Been Reported. Charles Fair was one of three heirs chateau was the only witness of the to an immense estate, estimated in La Discussion publishes an article She says she noticed a big value at between $35,000,000 and disaster. on the future of Cuba. Tbe paper says red automobile comng along the road The other two are his two that in spite of the dark outlook, priat a tremendous pace. Suddenly some- Bisters. vate enterprises are beginning to show Charles Fair was born in Virgiu'a tangible results. It says that Senor thing happened and the heavy machine slid sidewise from the right to the left City, Nev on April 21, 1867, and was Pelaya, a n BUgar planter, is side of the road for about sixty yards. consequently 35 years of age. He making additions of improved machinIt then dashed up an embankment, brought the first automobile aeross ery to bis estates, and expects to obtain turned a complete somersault and the continent to San Francisco. He 100,000 sacks of sugar from his next crashed into a big elm tree in front of was also greatly interested in phocrop. Another planter is said also to the gate of the chateau. Tbe automo- tography, and constructed one of the have increased his machinery and to bile was completely wrecked. The largest cameras ever builtin tbe United be hopeful of securing 40,000 sacks of froDt axle was broken and other parts States. sugar next season. of the machine were smashed, includWas According to the article, Senor Mena Fond of Automobillng. Fair ing the steering gear. The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Charles has likewise rebuilt his sugar estates, When the automobile turned over the to who were killed in an automobile bought new machinery and hopes his wife of the gatekeeper says she saw Fair, from of sacks make 100,000 sugar accident near Evereaux, France were Mr. and Mrs. Fair thrown high in the embalmed and placed in coffins, after next crop. air and fall with a heavy thud to the which It is pointed out by La Discussion they were shipped to Paris, ground. The chauffeur, who was sit- whence statements like the foregoing do that to will San be taken they not bear out the assertion that without ting behind the Fairs, was precipitated Francisco. into a ditch. He staggered to his feet, The chauffeur said Friday that before tbe aid of a loan of $4,000,000 there will ' calling for help. the accident he noticed the tire of the be no sugar crop Dext year. The gatekeeper's wife rushed to his left hind wheel of the machine was MURDERED TEACHERS. aid and helped him in extricating Mr. and that the rim of the wheel deflated, beand Mrs. Fair, who were buried on the ground. was He told Details of Horrible Crime Committed by neath the wrecked machine and in the Mr. rubbing Natives of Cebu. who tried to atop, and the Fair, Both had sus- accident last throes of death. An investigation made by the confollowed. Peasants who saw tained ghastly injuries and were althe automobile say it was impossible stabulary to clear up the facts in the most unrecognizable. Mr. Fair's bead to its color. The firm that killing of a Cebu coaching party of bad been crushed in, while his wife's solddistiuguish Mr. Fair the automobile last June four school teachers, shows that the skull was split. he paid $12,000 for it, and ordered party was ambushed twelve miles from Tbe accident was evidently due to say another at the same price to be of sixty Cebu. the bursting of a tire. At tbe time it Two teachers were' shot and killed Tbe second machine was occurred the automobile, which was almost for at the first volley; a third, who ran, delivery. ready miles capable of running seventy-fou- r Mr. Fair was passionately fond of was shot in the back, and a fourth, an hour, was going at the rate of sixty-tw- o automobiling, and never missed a day who was captured, was shot in tbe miles an hour. on the road. Several times be at- chest while praying for mercy. It ia Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair left San tempted to beat the record. suspected that the fourth man was buried alive, as his wound was alight 1WHITE MEN IN MINDANAO. CONFESSES TO MURDER. and probably would not have caused death. Dogs dug up two of the bodies Racent Story of Raea Existing on That Iowan Tells The famine situation in India is b.. coming alarming. Cholera is increasing in Cairo, Egyp aod in the provinces. Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, has not been captured by revolutiouista. The woman franchise bill has passed both houses of the New South Wales legislature.' It is said that France has rejected Russia's proposal for & fresh sugar conference. The three Boer generals, Dewet, and Uotba, were given warm wel- -' come tt London. $30,-000,0- 00. well-know- horse-pow- er. one-ho- ur of Mnrder of Prominent Man Island Is Disputed. story disputing the existence of a race of white men on Mindanao island ia told by C. G, Stone, who was recently a member of tbe army engineering corps in the Orient, and who returned to San Francisco a few days ago. Stone was commissioned by Captain Baldwin to make a tour of the island with the purpose, in part, of ascertaining the truth of the reports that a race of people distinct from the typical Moros inhabited tbe interior portions of Mindanao, Stone says his investigation consumed considerable time. He acquired the dialects of several tribes and was afforded unusual opportunities for investigation. Stone declares that the statement made as to tbe existence of native whito men on the island is not founded on facts. He met many persons whose facial characteristics denoted Caucasian ancestry, particularly in the matter of complexion, when contrasted with the Moro skin, but his inquiries led to the development that these lighter hued people were descended from Castilians who had long ago settled on Mindanao and had married native women. No colonies of these people were found at any point and Stone noted them at scattered places. All of them had forgotten the faith of their forbears and were devout followers of Mohammed. by His Wife. A .- discharged. NEWS SUMMARY. Surprise Picket Will b Attacked by SoldiersTwenty-sevent- The school census of Proro shows 2,107 children of school age, 1,015 boys and 1,063 girls. Crops look rather dry in Millard county this year, but all expect a fair crop of Incerne. Over 10,000 people from outside Utah attended the Elks convention in Salt Lake last week. The first entry for the premium com petitions at the state fair was received by Secretary S. W. Sears last week. The merchants of Salt Lake report that the Elks convention did not help their trade to any appreciable extent ' The county commissioners of Sevier county have decided to refuse licenses for the sale of liquors in Saline canyon. FOUND GRAVE EMPTY. Mrs. Louis Grenig, of Salt Lake, is 1869. behas Christian name been a There sussuffering from painful injuries Instead of Coffin Containing Corps a Two. tained by being run over by a recklessly fore the surname Gorham, but it canFound Lump ol Ice Was Found. not be deciphered. driven back. A grave near Orlando, a town a short This inscription is taken as concluAdamson's saloon at Richfield was in sive evidence that the Lost Cabin mine distance from Guthrie, Oklahoma, burglarized one night last week, a itself, which was believed to be noth- which C.VV. Morris, the Madison, Kan., watch and a number of other articles man who was reported last week to ing more than a crevice in a high cliff, have been of value being taken. killed, was opened in the from the stories told by Indians, has of 500 persons and found to James White, a contractor, was sepresence been found. really beverely injured by being struck by a car When the discovery became known be empty. Friends of Morris, who lieved that be had been murdered, bad in Salt Lake City last week, oue of his in Buffalo and tbe counsurrounding tafe authorities to exhume legs and several ribs being broken. try, there was a rush to the scene, arid requested the An effort will be made by the south Telegrams -- f inquiry have body. by this time fully 2,000 people have been from Morris's wife and received ern counties to have the next legisla- gazed upon the wonderful cliff and the ture make provisions for a bounty for golden crevice in Us perpendicular from insurance orders in Madison, of the extermination of the grasshopper side, while hundreds of acres of ground which he was a member. Morris appeared in Orlando in compest. in the vicinity have been staked off. William Harwood, a miner from Since the discovery, the story has pany with a man who gave his name Granite, fell between two passenger been told that six years ago an old man as Cox and who represented himself to coaches and his right foot was so badly arrived in Buffalo from the east and in be a loan agent. On Monday Cox recrashed it will probably have to be company with four young men left for ported that Morris had been killed in amputated. Otter creek on a prospecting tour. To a runaway accident Tbe man purA. Phillip, an Italian miner, made some acquaintances he said he was one chased a lot in a country cemetery near an unsuccessful attempt at suicide at of the original discoverers of the Lost Orlando and bought a coffin, which he Sunnyside last week, slashing his Cabin gold mine; that his party was buried with the assistance of a colored throat with a razor. It is thought he attacked by Indians and all save him- mao. was demeuted. The coffin contained a cake of ice self killed. He escaped from the red Frank C. Andrews, the Detroit bank- men, but nearly died from exposure weighing about two pounds. Evidenter who was interested in some promis- and hunger. For several months his ly it had been filled with ice when it ing Utah mines, has been found guilty miod was a blank, and not for many was buried. The police have no clue of misapplying the funds of the Detroit years eould be recall tbe location of to the whereabouts of either mao. the mine, which he described as beiiig Outlaws nr Tortured by Oklahoma Mbo. City Savings bank. He spent several The shoe factory of Robinson Bros., fabulously rich. A mob of several hundred men took Salt Lake City, was destroyed by fire weeks in the country, but was unable Levi Reed and Bud WiDgo, outlaws to find the mine, or at least he told tbe 0 Sunday night, entailing a loss of captured recently in a raid on the and throwing about twenty men yoimg men of bis party that he saw Casey-Crav- en gang, from the county nd girls out of employment. nothing that looked like it. At Wells at Oklahoma, and strung Cordell, While coupling an engine to some postoffice, en route to Buffalo from jail them up to trees to force them to box care in the Rio Grande Western Otter creek, the old man died of heart the whereabouts of their leaders yards in Salt Lake City, Thomas Bell disease, and if he had rediscovered the and to give information regarding their was badly .crushed by being caught famous mine the secret died with him. crimes. between the couplings of the cars. The outlaws finally gave the desired Mrs. Eliza Taylor and Mrs. Lamira GERMAN PROFESSORS FEARS. information and the mob returned them Collins, of Provo, were severely injured Advises a Combination Against th United to jail, disappearing, apparently to run !in a runaway accident at Provo last States. Reed was so badly down the gaDg. Baron Augus Sartorious von Walter week, the rig being overturned and the strangled that he was revived with sbausen, professor of political economy difficulty. occupants thrown into a pile of rocks. The Mrs. Matilda Youngberg, aa aged at Strassbnrg university and one of gang is one of woman of Draper, jumped from the the leading German authors on Ameri the worst that infests that part of the platform of a Salt Lake street car can subjects, will contribute a striking country. Recently they have commit, while the car was in motion and re- article to the forthcoming number of ted many outrages in southern Okla ceived injuries which may prove fatal. Zeitschrift Fur Social Wissenschaft on homa. tbe United States of Central Europe, MANY BROKEN HEARTS- Judge Hall of Salt Lake last week, The writer will argue that tbe cen in the Ricketts case, sustained the vatral European states will sooner or Widower Wins the Love of Forty-Seve- n lidity and constitutionality of what is Women. be compelled to erect a common later known as the inheritance tax law, n in SL Louis and women tariff Forty-sevebarrier the aims of the against which was passed by the last legislaUnited States to economic ascendancy, vicinity would like to find Thomas ture. A. R. Wright, of Elko, Nevada, .while or against those of Great Britain, with Benton, a widower who claimed Xo be moderated tariffs, and perhaps a millionaire cattleman from-E- l Paso, bathing in the Sanitarium, in Salt Lake greatly trade free between confessed widows have themselves. Six Texas. Baron th:e stone floor and was City, fell on von Waltershausen believes that even that they were engaged to marry Benstunned, so that when he rolled into the water he was drowned before help tnally a complete political union of ton. He is 65 years old and his right . Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Bel hand is cat off, but that was no handicame. and Holland is probable, and cap in his race for the widows. He gium cut-oThe Lncin ff is now completed into the lake as far as the solid grade that this union will give these coun- won the widows by promising them can be built, and trestling will com- tries an impregnable economic position. diamonds and a mansion in Texas. mence from this point to the end of the Tbe baron will argue also that great High Wind In Georgia Destroys Property state like the United States and Rusand Rain Growing Crops. Promontory. . Grading is being done sia possess recuperative powers supeAt the Promontory. A severe electrical storm with high rior to those of western Europe. In Floyd Spicer was severely injured at of this statement he instances wind passed over the southern section support Richfield lest week by being thrown Georgia Sunday night A small the fact that ths United States issued of from his bnggy, landing on his head. was wrecked, a dwelling roundhouse loans at 7 per cent at the end of the He has concussion of the brain and hie Cival war and refunded these loans at was blown down and one man killed. left eide is paralyzed, it being feared 2 At Fariow tbe Baptist church and the per cent in 1893. he cannot recover. academy were struck by lightning and The British Medical Journal makes badly damaged, and at Swansboro a Hon. John Fitch Kinney, for four years chief justice of the Territory of tbe announcement that it is authorized building was struck by lightning and Utah and for two years delegate ip to say there is no truth whatever in burned. The opening cotton was congress for Utah, and who has had a the recent rnmors that King Edward whipped from the bolls and ruined, long and useful public career in Utah will undergo a second operation. causing heavy losses. and elsewhere, is dead at the age of 86. STRIKE ON STREET CAR LINE. Terrible Tragedy in low. The Park City Elks carried off the Have The Started a Lin of Hack decomposed body of Mrs. Jessie first prize for the most original cos- Employe Opposition was found a hundred yards Tuman tumes in the Elks' parade in Salt Lake The Amalgamated Order of Street from her home Dear Muscatine, Iowa. last week, the Park boys being dressed Her husband, unconscious and moras miners and prospectors, with pack Railway Employes have ordered on the Lafayette. Ind., street tally wounded, was found on the floor strike mules and all the accessories of minrailway, and the Central Labor union of the house, which showed signs of a ing life. declared a boycott against the comConsiderable desperate struggle. Thomas W. Spiking, a young teamUnion men on tbe line quit money, which the couple are known to pany. of ster Salt Lake, was run over by a work because the company refused to have had, cannot be found, and Dan street car which he was attempting to reinstate several discharged men and Williams, who bad lived with tbe board and sustained the loss of a leg. to have any further conference with Tumans for the past two weeks, has It is contended SpikiDg would have es- committees of the uniou. The union disappeared. Mrs. Tuman bad been has started a line of hacks. caped uninjured had the car been probrained with an ax. vided with fenders. Lured to Death by a Camp Fire. Mysterious Death Near bt. Paul. It has been decided to build a stone The Genoa correspondent of the The scattered remainsof an unknown wall around Saltair,. to pnt a stop to hd has discovered Daily Chronicle man who had been well dressed were the encroachments of the sand and to that the Germansays tourist, Mullen, who discovered insure a good body of water for all was found dead under Sunday along the railroad mysterious cir- tracks outside SL Paul, Minn. The time to come. This seems to be the cumstances in the Tyrol recently, was police believe the man was robbed and only feasible way of perpetuating the victim of a terrible tragedy. The mnrdered and the body placed under Utah's most no'ed resort. correspondent says Mullen was in the the cars to hide the crime. Near the Charles Silman, an boy mountains alone and lost his road in a scene where the body was found a man Of Payson, was killed He accidental was the by attracted by the light of iog. a train with a bloody flagged passing of a discharge shotgun while hunting a fire, which, it is supposed, bad been informed the trainmen chickens, his face being horribly mulit by murderers to aid them in trap- handkerchief, a man had been killed, and distilated. The boy leaned the gun tourists. The German approached that Tbe police have been unagainst himself while tying his horse, ping appeared. and in some manner tbe weapon was the fire and was attacked and killed. able to get guv trace of him. o by moros. RaU Baeolod and attacked CHARLES FAIR AND WIFE KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE NEAR A SETTLEMENT. El Point to of Coal Strike Before September 1st. Indications point to the settlement of the anthracite coal strike on or before September 1st. Major John Biddle, engineer commissioner of tbe District of Columbia, ia authority for this In passing atatemenL through Pittsburg en route to Detroit Major Biddle a&id an agent of the anthracite operators in Washington quietly told dealers there to prepare for shipments of anthracite coal after September 1st, adding that the mines will be in operation. The understanding is that the operators will make concessions and the miners also will make a sacrifice. Indications A James Gaullagher was murdered by Mrs. Gaullagher with his complicity, and that the crime was committed be cause be and Mrs. Gaullagher were in love. Gaullagher was a wealthy stockman, Four mouths ago he was murdered at midnight, while sleeping by the side of his wife and child, the assassin sending a bullet from a target rifle through Gaullaghers bead. Holaday declares they planned to poison Gaullagher and that while he was present at the house the night of the murder he left hours before, and bad no hand in the shooting. BRYAN OUT OF RACE. Nebraskan Declares lie Will Not be a Candidate for the Presidency. William J. Bryan has written aletter to the editor of the New Orleans in answer to the question whether he was a candidate for president in the next campaign. Mr Bryan said in part: I shall not be a candidate for tbe presidency in the next campaign, and, Times-Democra- Race Riot In Texas. Eleven white men are in jail at Houston, Texas, as the result of a buttle between whites and negroes. The casuaiities are: Nelson Randall, colored, killed; Bill Anderson, colored, dangerously wounded; William Hamilton, while, perhaps fatally wounded; Unknown negro, shot in the leg. Tips negroes were employed at the cresote works and tbe white men were engaged in erecting oil tanks for the Southern Pacific. They quarreled over tbe negroes siDging, to which the wkiVea objected. t, may add, I have no choice beyond the desire to see some one nominated who was loyal not only to the ticket, but to the platform, in 1896 and 1900, and who, if elected, could be trusted to stand by the people in the struggle ag&iDst organized wealth. While no one can Jook very far ahead or foresee the contingencies that may arise, 1 have no plans looking to a renomination at any future time. 1 . TIM PLANT SHUT DOWN. Two Thousand Men at Eiwood, Indiana, Mad Idle, El-wo- od, Found Treasure In n Slippe,. After causing the arrest of two men a charge of stealing $2,000, Miss Francis A. Spur, 3643 Indiana avenue, Chicago, has found the money in odo of her old slippers, where it had been placed without her knowledge. When Miss Spur reported the loss of tbe money she suspected Albert Fogg and William Matthews, two plasterers, who were working in the house. These men were arrested and bound over to tbe criminal court They wih prob ably be released. on CongreMtonHl Candidate1 WIPING OUT NATIVES. South Sea Islanders Are Massacred by peditions of Whites. Ex- The work of wiping oat the natives of the South Sea Islands goes merrily on, if the reports in the Australian papers are to be relied upon. The papers give an account of an expedition by Gorman to the New Hebrides to avenge the murder of a Mrs. Wolff. This expedition completely wiped out a village, natives from which committed the murder. One hundred and thirty persons were killed, including the native who had led the expedition to the village. A combined German and British expedition has started for Danu, Western British North Guinea, to punish the natives for the murder of seven British subjects. Rebels are Storming the City of Cumana, A dispatch from Port of Spain, under date of Aug. 13, says: The Venezuelan revolutionists are attacking Cumana and intend to storm the city within tweniy-fou- r hours. Tbe government cannot oppose more than 350 men to the 1,100 revolutionists composing the attacking party. Cnmana is a town of about 10,000 inhabitants, situated in the state of Bermudez on the Gulf of Cariaco. MYSTERIOUS Two thousand employees of the American Tin Plate company at Ind., have been notified that the plant Wonld shut down indefinitely The plant resumed last Monday after a shut down following the refusal of tbe local employees to accept a reduction in wages. The reduction was acTbe nocepted sod the mPl started. tices posted state that the suspension of operations is because of a shortage of orders. Mexican Town Destroyed by Tidal Wave. The lower portion of the city of Atalta, Mexico, on the Pacific coast, has been completely destroyed by a tidal wave and not less than fifty people are known to have been drowned. Tbe property loss is heavy. It is reported that several smaller coast towns situated above Atalta were completely washed away by the same tidal wave and that the loss of life in these smaller places is .very heavy. Reiief for the Sufferers will be sent from Culia-ca- n. special from Iowa City, Iowa, states that Charles Holaday has made a confession in which he states that and devoured the flesh. It is believed that sufficient evidence has been seenred to convict all the parties connected with the crime. The bodies of these teachers were found on July 24th after the teachers had been missing since June 10th. The police killed the leader of the band of murders and captured eight other alleged participants in the crime. One man escaped. AILMENT. SNOW IN GERMANY. Harvest Has Been Damaged, Especially " Wheat and Bye. Cold rains have been falling through out Germany for a fortnight, turning to snow In the mountains. Temperatures are reported as low as 40 degrees The harvest has been damaged and especially for wheat and rye, and of foreign grain will be required for mixing, to improve the quality of flour, Berlin produce dealers say the imports for this purpose probably will come from Russia. im-por- ts Fatal Row Over Liquor License fight James Feverly, a saloon man of Glen' Congressman Asbury C. Lattiraer coe, Oklahoma, was shot and instantly and former Congressman John killed by James McMurtry on the pasHemphill came to blows at Gaffney senger train near Glencoe Wednesday S. C. Both are candidates for the ia prominent in evening. United States senate and are making Oklahoma McMurtry The trouble arose an oratorical tour of the 'state,, to- over an politics. made by the attempt gether with four other avowed candia league to dates for senator. Congressman Lati- being issued to prevent &'liquor license Henderson. Feverly mer, who is a farmer, made a stateFeverly attacked McMurtry in the ment that five lawyers were jumping This was re- smoking car and the killing resulted od one poor farmersented by Colonel Hemphill, aud it is To prevent a lynching McMurtry was said that Latimer struck Hemphill a removed to Pawnee county for safety. serera blow in tha - During a torch light procession at Antwerp the dress of a woman caught fire aod she was burned to dealh, The damage to German harvests prd. duces the belief that there will b a large import of Russian grain into Germany. An American Express agent in a town alleges he was robbed of He is under arrest charged $28,000 with conspiracy. In a fight among Kiowa Indians ner Anardarko, Oklahoma, Frank Basin, a has been killed by a faction led by bis mother-in-lat The arrival at The Hague soon of the Boer generals, Botha, Dewet and ia expected to put a check to ' h the recently renewed prop, y sub-chie- f, anti-Britis- agenda. Attorney General Taylor, of Indiana, has decided that Governor Durbin has no right to interfere with boxing contests, but that local police officers must control them. Minister King, at Bangkok, Slam, cabled the state department that quiet has been restored in Siam aDd that the troops are in control. He says American interests are secure. With the signing of the scale of the ' Merchants Coal company of Tnnnelton, W. Va., it is thought that the miners strike in that district has come to an end. ' Tbe miners got all they asked for. The government of Paraguay has formally recognized the republic of Cnba, and baa accepted tbe United States Consul at Ascension, the capital, as the representative of Cuba in Para-gua- A y. serious peasant riot has oecnrred at Paiamouia, Sicily, where great di- soldier was killed in an encounter with the rioters and several soldiers and peasants were stress prevails. One wounded. In Custer City, S. D., Roy Streeter, a colored lightweight pugilist, was shot aod killed on tbe street by another pugilist, John Gorman, better known aa Kid Hogan. The men renewed an old quarrel. Five men, supposed to be the escaped Tennessee convicts, have been encountered twenty miles north of Florence, Ala., by Deputy Sheriff White of Waynesboro, Tenn. White exchanged shots with the men. Negpikao. formerly chief consul at Singapore Straits Settlement, has acquired the opium monopoly of Canton by undertaking to contribute 81,000,-00- 0 annually toward the indemnity China is paying tbe powers. , The viceroy of Szechuan reports that imperial troops attacked tbe rebel headquarters at Incbawan, China, A- One thousand rebels were , killed and their leader, Tong Lu Hung, was captured and executed. At Walnut Grove, Lake county, Miss' Charles Johnson, colored, was lynched ' by a party of citizens for making an assault on a young white woman, Johnson was taken from officers who ' were carrying him to prison. In San Francisco United States Judge Dehaven has decided that persons' whose relatives have been killed on tbe high seas by drowning or otherwise , have no legal redress for damages , against a steamship company. In Houston, Texas,- eleven,:, wbijt . men are in jail as a result of a battle , between whites and negroes at the' Southern Creosote works, seven miles from Houston. One negro was killed, and one white man and one negro wounded. The wage scale committee of the mine workers and the Coal Creek r and Jcllico, Tenn., operators have An advance of reached an agreement. 1 M cents a ton on screened coal and 1 " cent a ton on run of mine was granted . by tbe operators. The agricultural position in atbe whole of tbe Bombay presidency is extremely critical. The rainfall has been so deficient that young crops are Withering, and unless there should be abun- - . dant raiu soon tbe autumn harvests will fail over a wide area. . Tbe Macedonian committee which has been in congress in Sofia since the , former, August 10 bos committee. The adherents of M. Sara-vof-f, of Ue the notorious committee, held a secret congress and elected another committee. A negro assaulted Anna Zimmerman, daughter of a farmer, a mile east of Dane, Wis., last week, leaving her A posse caught the unconscious. negro, but after a desperate struggle be escaped and is now at large. The - j girl's condition is serious. paper publish reports of a fight between two batallions of Turkish infantry and a band f Hungarian Macedonia revolutionists near Uskeht European Turkey. The revolutionista were cut to pieces and the Turks had many men killed or wounded, Id a dispatch from Hongkong' the correspondent of the London Daily Ex press says there have been terrible floods in Kwang province, in which . 1,000 persons were drowned. Severs! houses collapsed at Hongkoog .and twenty persona were drowned. ugust 13. - die-tri- ct Family of Professor Howe Is Wiped Oat In New Fork. A mysterious ailment, anpposed to be doe to noxious gases from a sewer excavation, has decimated the family of Prof. Edward E. Howe, who carnets New York City with hia wife and three children from Hazleton, Pa., foui weeks ago to spend tbe summer. Tht three ehildren are dead and Mrs. Howe is very ill of the same sickness that killed them, apparently an acute combination of dysentery and malaria. anti-saloo- De-la- n 4 - .