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Oregon City Goarier.
A, W. CHENKY, l'ubllaher,
OREGON CITY OREGON
EVENTS OF THE MY
A Intereatlng Collection of ItemlFrom
the Two Ifemlaplierea Preaeutrd
in a Condeuaed Form.
It iH rumored thut the Turkish gov
ernment contemplates un issue of papor
Ia Victor, Colo., fifty pounds of giant
powder exploded, causing 5,000 worth
of damage. Many people were cut by
glass, but none killed.
In Bedalia, Mo., Murt Crawford, a
notion foreman on the Missouri Pa-
oiflo, wag hanged
; The judgment of the lower oourl
: was reversed by the supreme court of
Washington iu Olympia, in the cmo of
Walter M. Sndorburg, appellant, vs.
' King county, respondent. This notion
was brought by tho plaintiff as as
signee of divers persous, judgment
debtors in various foreclosure proceed
ings, claiming to bo entitled to the
surplus arising from each foreclosure
sale. There wag no redemption in
any case and the plaintiff in each ao
' tion became the purchaser. It appears
; that the amount oluimed as surplus
was the sum olaimed by the sheriif as
fees aud commission. In conducting
sales the sheriff' paid into the county
treasury several amounts undor the
mistaken belief that it was his duty to
deduct a commission from the amount
bid in each instance There were
thirty-four causes and the aggregate
amount claimed 12,004.84.
TVT-f,.-, Doc t- o u Key West, July 2!). Twelve of the
Northern Pacific Line Sold at filibusters recently lauded in Cuba by
the attempted rape of a 16-year-old girt
The socialist congress, which met in
London, proved to be a noisy gather
ing. Scenes of violence were enaoted
and a free fight was narrowly averted.
The coming year it ia said wines will
come high, owing to the failure of Cal
ifornia's grape crop. Little wine will
be exported from the golden state this
A New York dispatch says Senator
Bill is now in favor of a third ticket.
The information, it ia said, comes di
rect from a personal friend of the sen
ator, who is a prominent Democrat
A stockman named John Lawrence
was found dead upon the range near
Union, Or. , with a bullet in his head
and a pistol lying a few feet away, It
ia supposod that be committed suicide.
The trial of the South African raid
ers has ended in London, and Dr.
Jameson has been given a sentenoe of
fifteen months imprisonment without j
labor. The others received light sen
tences. In Quinoy, 111., five fatalities by ;
drowning or otherwise ocourred in I
forty-eight hours. James MoLean was 1
killed by an accidental fall from the !
roof of the'Ricker National bank; Her
bert Harrison, a school teaoher, Fred
erick Gross and Fred Baumgarten, sons
of prominent citizens, were drowned
in Bear creek; George Betero, another
youth, was drowned in a pool south
of the oity limits, and his two brothers
were saved only with great difficulty.
Pennsylvania was visited by a disas
trous hurricane, resulting in loss of life
and property. Steeples were blown
from churches, adjoining buildings
were crushed, houses were unroofed,
and trees broken off or torn up by the j
roots. Groat havoo was oaused by the i
heavy rainfall. Two lives were lost, ;
thirty-six injured, some fatally, and I
property damaged to the amount of
$100,000. A boarding-house near Cecil,
Washington county, wag washed away t
and its ocoupantB, fifteen ooal miners,
wore drowned. Seven of the bodies j
have been recovered. Eight are still
News comes from the Washington
state Republican headquarters that the
state convention will probably be held
at Taooina, some time between August
16 aud September 15.
Hon. -Samuel Layman, a prominent
and well-known Oregoninu, died at his
home near Woodburn from the effects
of injuries which he siiHtaiued some
weeks ago by falling from a cherry
tree. Mr. Layman was 03 years of age.
A meeting of representatives from
tho large foreign banking-houses was
held in New York, to consider plans
for the protection uf the treasury gold
reserve. It ia understood a plan was
arranged to ease the exuhaugo market
until the orop movement starts the
balance iu our favor.
A Sail Francisco dispatch says: Ed
win B. Webster, the young paymaster
who was recently court-martialed Ht
Mare Island and found guilty of u
charge uf embezzlement, does not in
tend to abide by the judguieut of the
court. Ho will appeal to President
Cleveland for clemency before the
navy department shall have an oppor
tunity to pass upon tho recently found
Three niombors of the revolutionary
committee have just arrived in Athens
from Crete on a special mission. Iu
the course of an interview they made
the following statement on an author
ity of their committee: "We wish to
say it has been decided that we must !
have granted to us the demands we
have sent to the sultan or else we shall ;
1 How Quarrel Kittled.
In Cincinnati, shots were heard at
by a furious mob for ; the residence of William T. Wiley, a
. ladies' tailor and furrier, on West
Fifth street. Mrs. Wiloy was found
bleeding from six bullet wounds, aud
; her. husband was unconscious with a
bullet hole in his temple. The woman
died on the way to the hospital.
Wiley's wound was superficial, the ball
glanoing oil the skull. The couple,
after frequent quarrels, bad separated,
but began to live together again about
three months ago. Wiloy says his
wife shot him. He then seized tho
weapon and firod at her.
BID IN IN IJKUALK OF COMPANY
Sal Included Kntlrs Trunk From Iu
lutbto 1'ortlaiitl, Honda, Rtocka,
Leaaea ami Kranch Muea.
West Superior, Wis , July 28. Spe
cial Master Carey this morning, at Su
perior, Wis., sold the entire line of the
Northern Paciflo Railroad Company,
its bonds, stocks, leases and branch
lines, under the decree of Judge Jen-
the steamer Threo Friends have
killed by the Spaniards, according to
letters received hero. They were laud
ed near Havana. A small band of in
surgeuts were in wuitmg and took the
arms to the mountains. While wait
ing they wore discovered by a Spanish
column. The filibusters fled iuto the
forest and for four days wore without
food. On the fifth day, after some had
died of heat uud exhaustion, they met
some insurgents who undertook to
guide them to a plaoe of safety. Soon
after meeting the scouts they ran into
a Spanish column and were forced to
Gabriel Offall nnd Louis Payroll, of i
Evidence ot Steady Growth
ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
kins of the United States 7
Zto".1 USL IT1 T' Pearce Atkins! whose relative;
v wvvsjut nuu vuo
From All the Cltlei mill Town of the
Tbrlvliig NUttr Hlntm
The smoke from forest fires in the j J "
p...!, .ui. a u.,.n,.. i was done to crops in
vODLnuus in mi 1. 1 1 1 1 av m i i in i in i rm in iau -
that the Blue mountains can no longer
Assessor Howell, of Lincoln oounty,
has completed the field work of assess
ing, and is now at work making up
the assessment roll,
HTM a .Ttinlannvilln i 1 n Ranannn- 1 1
KL'yjuu SlX ElWin W' "'B killed. The names of the others about Canyon City, iu Grant county.
" .V " , , 0 u ra" killed have not been heard. The other and the merry music of their wings
members of the expedition reached an oan be beard all day.
1 Mrs. Catharine Irvine, who died at
oifio, as reorganized.
Special Master Carey read the decree insurgent cainn
of sale. He offered for sale the first i .
An 11 -Tear-Old Boy Murderer.
In Chicago, Harry Rudolph, aged
,11, struok two blows with bis puny
, fists, and his opponent, Grover Han-
i sen, aged 0, fell dead at his feet The
; lads were having a boyish quarrel, and
: young Hansen started to run. Rudolph
followed in swift pursuit, catching the
lad near the curb, and struck him in
the face and abdomen. Little Hansen
oovored his fuoe with his hands, fell
backward, and expired. Young Ru
dolph was locked up.
Tho ISallot Thieves.
The city connoil of Tacoma, in spe
cial session, offered a reward of 11,000
for the arrest and conviction of tho
thieves who stole the ballots of four
precincts from the vault at the city
hall. Mayor Fawoett has offered a re
ward of $200. The evidence thus far
secured indicates that the breaking into
the vault was started about two weeks
ago, and finished between lust Satur
day nigbt and Tuesday morning.
I General Uetirgo W. .louea Dead.
Goneral Goorgo W. Jones, the oldost
surviving ex-United States senator,
i died at his homo iu Dubuquo, Iu., aged
02. Ho represented ns a delegate to
! congress the territory now included iu
I Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan aud the
j West, except the Paoifio coast. He
! was the state's first senator, and was
prominent in national affairs, especial
ly of the Northwest.
consisting of the lino from
Lake Superior to Portland, Oregon,
and all the appurtenances and prop
erty. He also included in the first par
cel all property to which the company
bad acquired title, and asked for bids.
Edwin Winter, for the Northern Pa
oifio railroad, bid the least amount that
oould be offered, $10,000,000. Muster
IVholeaale Violation of the Law Iu Bau
Franclstio City Hull.
Snn Franoisco, July 29. Unmistak-
Salem last week, was one of the first
women married at The Dalles, having
gone there from Indiana in 1803.
The high water of last month in Un
ion county is said to have destroyed
manv vnnnor rtrmrin rmiolrana. tia thft
able signs of fraud have been discov- i breeding grounds were in many places
ered in the registration at the main overflowed.
office in the oity hall, and it has also t, u . aa i.i.
f'arnv BWBrt if on.M. J0 a.,.. been found that many of the successful .,.,,., ,' .'i.' ... ; ceive only about 5 or 6)i cohts a pound
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hid. and receiving no rnsnnnan anld it i iuoa uu iue precmut thia ,,,.. uot in tu- t ; j "!'. . km.wi
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. . m . . iniiuuuvi tu wane
Two young people were killed in a
railroad crossing accident in Lancaster,
! The Republican national committee
has decided to open the campaign this
, William Henry Smith, late geueral
manager of the Associated Press, died
at Lake Forest, 111.
Three people were drowned near
Wheeling, W. Va., while trying to
cross the Ohio in a scull.
The Northwest has again been visited
It is reported that a race war has oc
ourred about 15 miles east of Jaspor,
Fla., in which six men were killed and
seven seriously injured.
A London dispatch from Constanti
nople says the latest news received is
that the prosperous villages around
Van have been destroyed and every
male over 8 years of age killed. The
total killed is placed at 12,800.
The strike at the Brown hoisting and
oonveying works, at Cleveland, O., in
augurated nine weeks ago, which caus
ed several bloody riots, has ended, a
settlement between the company and
the employes having been reached.
The present outlook for hopgrowert
is not encouraging. Reports from
Silverton say that growers expect to re-
to Mr. Winter for the Northern Paciflo
in this comity,
" " - . ...Liu x auiuu .1 .. ... nuu Duiu . i i,u mi, ij aa xur u uuuin n
railroad, and received the report of the ""r"? bushel. It ran 68 K pounds to the
Farmers' Loan & Trust Co., showing B"ation were discovered by Regis- bnBhei,
that the bonds necesnary to bind the u'.,r "lmuu 8 aeP"ies, ma tne amor-,
sale were in their possession. . 1"UJ 1 16 from SSStat? J 1 Th
uinuo uy lueu employed Dy ine , . " . V : 7
A carload of fat hogs was shipped
rkTVI tfloin laat man), TV.iu ia t-ha He..
Thft flnnnd rnoi wal m ov men employed by the " . B- - -
Demnoratinanri RonnWini.nmmittM snipment ot nogs matte Irom there for
owvib nuu uuuus UiaUUU lliJtJS. URIU ,
nflHriii tViA nnai...i.i:..n nJ H t II
under the consolidated mortgage, were
offered, and, as before, Edwin W.
Winter bid for the Northern Paciflo
railroad, and offered $2,000,000, at
which it was sold.
The third parcel, containing con
tracts of branch lines and releases, was
under the supervision of Max PoDDer
and T. J. L. Smiley. Doubtless much
wrongdoing of the same kind will be
disclosed. The grand jury's attention
was called by the election commission-
some time, because of the dull market.
: Most shipped last week sold fur two
oents per pound.
J. MoCarty, in attempting to board
an out-going freight train in Baker
, WOO M . . , .
offered at $500,000. bid hv Mr. Win. BH men naviug registered as real
tor, who got it without opposition. ?. 8 ln Preolnots wherein they do not
At noon, at the door of the county !!ve'.80 88 to gut "PP0" " registra
courthouse, were offered the comnany's boards
lands in the state of Wisconsin in three
parcels. The first contained thirty-one ;
patented seotions in township 43, range
15 west, and President Winter bid
$100 for one section, with the option
or taking the remainder. He got it,
ers today to fraud already ascertained. City last week, fell aoross tho rail, aud
Mr. Smiley said there were perhaps 50 several cars passed over his left foot,
wnion was so badly mangled that it
had to be cut off.
The unusual drought 'i killed all
WORK OF WRECKERS.
Trap for l'Heiier Train,
Caught a freight.
Cripple Creek Staae Held I'p.
I The Cripple Creek stage was held up
j near Grussy. five miles east of there,
i by three masked niou. who obtained
j twelve gold watches and $500 in cash.
The passengers included thirteen men
I and two or three women. The latter
j were unmolested by the robbers. A
posse with bloodhouuda is ou the trail
' of tho highwaymen.
I The council of the town of Castle
; Rook has granted to H. Orchard a thirty-year
franchise for the ooustruotiou
of a water and sewer system. The
water will be takon from a mountain
stream about two miles below town,
and oarried to a roservoir on tho rock
south of town, to an elevation of about
uiuoty foot above tho town.
Coiiatintptlve Milch Cows.
Milk Inspector Dockory, of San
Franoisco, says fifty per cent of the
oows whioh supply milk for Sun Fran
oisco are consumptive, aud will have
to be killed. There are 6,700 oows
owned by the dairies of the oity, and
of these fully 8,000 are diseased, and
the milk from them is unfit for uso.
and exercised his orition. dennaitino waf n)aflo 0 wreok a passenger train
the certificate of guarantee. All pat- on the Southern Paciflo, near Niles, to
ented lands in Wisoonsin not included day' bnt ""stead, a local freight train
in the first sale were offered and sold
the salmon berries. ra'TTiries, and
other wild berries along the Neca.i
nicum, in Clatsop county, so that the
bears, which in the summer time live
but principally upon these berries, have
been induced by hunger to como very
San Franoisco, July 28. An attempt oloso to men's habitations, looking for
The Grant's Pass Courier says: "The
soarlet fever, which carried off thre
was toppled over nfty-foot embank- patients on tho Anton Rose ranch uu
ment. The engineer, fireman and Williams oreek, has been corraled, aud
brakeman were badly but not fatally the danger of spreading tho viruleut
hurt. Three cars went over with the disease is now almost past. The citi
engine. A rail hud been plaoed so that 1 zens petitioned the oounty court to ap
when the eugine struck it it would be point quarantine ofhoers, but no law
lifted off the track and sent down a oould be found iustifvini? th uiisar.
It is thought the SuDerintendont Rismie. of the Virtue
to the Northern Paoifio railroad's rep
resentative lor $1,000.
In the third parpol were all the
lands in Wisconsin granted the North
ern Paciflo railroad by act of congress
to aid it in buildins and enninnimr ir.a
line, to which the road is entitled, but 8teeP embankment.
upon wnicn patents nave not been is- wiou iub passeuger mjne- , Baker couutv. has let o,m
sued. Winter's bid of $500,000 was ' tralu. ue two hours later. The injured tract for supplying the mine with fi.ono
the largest offered, and the sale in re Jhn Awards, engineer; Fireman oords of woodi The contructol.s are p.
Wisoonsin was dosed. Hur. Brakeman Wright. The rail Basche and Cato .1. Johns. ThP con.
ruaa company immeuiatoly sent a
wrecking train to the scene and a force
of detectives is investigating the
wreck and scouring the couutry to cap
ture the misoreant. Had the passen
ger train gone over, the loss of life
Catch in would have been large, as the spot is
a dangerous one.
many will not go the expense of hav
ing their hops picked.
Among the speakers who will take
the stump for the Populist ticket will
be Senator Butler and ex-Chairman
Taubeneck, E. V. Debs, Robert Schil
ling, of Milwaukee; Senator Allen, ol
Nebraska; Senator Peffer, Mrs. Rob
erts, cf Georgia, and many others, in
cluding Coxey aud Carl Brown.
In New York two young men had
diecussion as to the relative merits ol
two actresses of their acquaintance.
To decide their controversy they fought
a battle-royal on the roof of a handsome
Riverside residence. The referee de
clared it a draw after they had puna
meled each other to their satisfaction.
A Philadelphia dispatch says: In
formation received from Stanley under
date of June 0, proves conclusively that
the ship which foundered off that lo
cality May 14 last was the Philadel
phia dipper, City of Philadelphia, and
that Captain Johnson, his wife and
family, one passenger and a crew num
bering in all twenty-five men, perished.
SWEPT ON TO DEATH.
Tho special master expects to turn rlma. company immeuiatoly sent a tract price is about $20,000. The wood
the road over
to the purchasers Sep-
639 CANS OF OPIUM.
Portland, Or., July 28. The cus
toms officials of this port have made a
clever capture of smuggled opium,
having seized 639 cans of the stuff,
valued at about $3,000. It is the most
important capture that has ocourred
for many months and reflects great
oredit on the officers who hud tho mat
ter in hand.
Ten days ago T. .7. Black
IN A NARROW GORGE.
Ilruah With Mtttnlielea in the Mutoppu
Hi 1 1.
Loudon, July 28. The following
Buluwayo dispiitch hu been received
oy the Chronicle:
Nicholson's patrol, 800 strong, was
received yesterday checked in a narrow gorge at
is to be delivered by January 1, iS'ja.
and Basche & Johns will put a force of
men to work in the timber without
; loss of time.
The Willamette Hopgrowers' Asso
ciation met in Iudependeuce recently,
and decided that at the uxt 'regular
meeting, which comes on the 1st day
of August, the members would con
sider the advisability of picking Imp
and also the price to be paid this year
They also extend an invitation to nil
hopgrowers of Dallas, liuena Victa and
surrounding country to be present at
that time, aud join with them in dis
cussing all mutters of interest.
information from Vancouver, B. C, the north of the 'Matbppo hills, leadiDg
that a lot of opium had boeu shipped to Luugus' stronghold. The enemy
from there, presumably for Portland, in great strength occupied an impreg
nable position, and they wore fully
equipped with rifles and ammunition.
For A Hecond Convention.
At a meeting of tho gold-standard
Democrats, held in Chicago, it was de
oided to hold another national oonven
tion not later than September 2. A
nieutiug will soon be held in Indiauap
olis to decide on the place.
Two Itodlea Found.
Skamokawa, July 27. The body of
Frank Peterson, one of the unfortun
ates who, with Mrs. A. It. Crosby and
Charles Newell, drowned Mav 12 last.
The powers must either give us : UPar this point, was picked up by the
autonomy or soe us crushed. Should
our demands bo neglected, then within
, fifteen days of July 15, the date at
which they were made, we ehall break
Advices from Hong Kong say that
imperial Chinese troops were recently
sent to Lauchou to suppress the Mo
hammedan rebels, who had risen
against the authorities. The rebels
surrounded the imperial troops and
eem to have totally annihilated them,
although the imperial troops were bet
ter provisioned aud equipped. There
were 6,000 troops sent to subdue the
rebels aud all are either killed or miss
ing. The rebels are now mad for
blood, massaoreing all iu authority,
killing aud pillaging un their triumph
ant march through the country.
Two cable cars broke Wee at the
top of the Ninth-street incline in Kan
sas City, and dashed down the declivity
iuto the Union depot sheds. The grip
car and those ou board escaped injury,
but the trailer was thrown from the
track just inside the elevated sheds and
literally smashed to pieces. Several of
the occupants of this car were badly
hurt Among them are George D.
Kearon, of Kuusas City, and hi two sis
ters, Mrs Gay and Miss Kearon, both
of New York. Mrs. Gay suffered an
injury of the spine.
, seiue at l. l. .loiiuson s seimug
ground yesterday morning. Tho re
mains were naturally very much do
composed, aud were only recognized by
the clothing and shoes. This is tho
first appearance of any of the ill-fat"d
young people. Thoy were supposed to
have been washed out to sea by the
heavy freshets. Another body was also
picked up near Brooktield, about the
same time, but those who raw it sav
it is not that of young Newell, but that
of a man who hud not bt'eu in the
water more than a week. The remain
of youug Peterson were buried here to
day. Glass in oven doors is a new contriv
ance. It enables cooks to watch the
food without opeuing the doors.
A Colli. Ion I'rubitble.
The latest theory regarding the sup
posed loss of some of the coast-bound
fleet off Cape Horn is to the effect that
two of the vessels h.ive been in colli
sion. The British ship Ancaios, which
has just arrived at Cape Town from
the Sound, reports that, on April 27, in
latitude 55 south, longitude 53 west,
the abandoned hull of the British ship
Goweubank was sighted. The derelict
looked like it bad been in collision.
The mast were gone aud the headgear
and a strict watch has been maintained
about the railroad depots and in Chi
nese stores in the city. It was sup
posed that those handling the dope
would be strangers who would offor it
for sale at some of the stores in the
Chinese quarter. This led to two men
being snspieioned, botli strangers, and rebel, but a gallant attempt to force a
their movements were closely watched, passage was checked by a heavy lire
The suspicions proved correct, and it from the caves studding tho mountains,
was later learned that they had brought delivered at close raugo.
the opium iu a small' boat from some Nicholson lost but five troopers am:
point ou tho Columbia river. They two Cape "boys" iu a few minutfS
were arrested last uight as they were He therefore withdrew his forces, auri
landing the stuff, aud when taken tc returned to the camp.
the police station gave their names
James Mcintosh aud John Miller.
G. W. Coming, of Olympiu, died in
that city last week at the ago of 81.
He was born in New York.
The Populist party of the state of
WORK FO-t IDLE MEN.
Tho straightness of their shooting was Washington will hold its state couveu-
remarkable. tion at Ellonsburg August 12.
The Cape "boys" (with Nicholson's A. B.Weed, of North Yakima, ruts
patrol) cleared the neighboring heights the Yakima hop crop will probably not
of the enemy, killing twenty of the i. .i,.... c n u..i .u:
The cost of "experting" the books of
King county will be not less than
000, and the highest estimate is $21,.
The county treasurer and auditor of
Thurston county have been directed by
the comimssioners to invest the sinking
fund of $8,000 in state warrants.
The county commissioners of Lincoln
oounty will this fall submit to the
voters a proposition to move the county
A MOTHER'S CRIME.
Drowned Her Tmi Children and Tried
to Follow Them.
Iron Mllla to Give Ktnploymeiit to Ten
Pittsburg, Pa., July 28. Tomorrow
will see the beginning of the resump
tion of iron mills, which will soon put
to work at least 10,000 idle men. It if
estimated that at least that number are
interested in the settlement made of
the wage scale with the Ohio manu
facturers, at Youngstown, Saturday
Fifty Live Lost i. a Cloudburat
Denver, July 28. The torrents ol
i water which rushed down the canyons
upon Morrison, Golden and othet
; mountain towns of Colorado last uight,
were caused by a terrifio mountain
storm, which extended hundreds of
miles or more from Boulder, where the
damage was slight. All down the
range west of Denver, almost to Pu
H". the storm swept its destructive
It has been impossible, thus far, tc
fully explore the devastated district,
but it is believed that when a full in
vestigation has been made at least fifty
lives will be found to have gone out
during the progress of the storm.
At Morrison and Golden the torrent
tore away buldings, uprooted trees,
wurhed out long stretches of railroad
tracks, swept away bridges and spread
annihilation through the towns. Its
work was as brief as the warnings it
gave were inadequate, and almost be
fore the citizens knew what had hap
pened the floods had passed, leaving
only deadly silence and signs of devas
All that could be done in the dark
ness and confusion was done by thf
rescuers. Men, women and children
were extricated from dangerous predic
aments, let down from the roofs oi
floating houses, helped out of trees and
drawn out of the very whirl and death
of tne torrent.
As fur as ascertained, the following
is a full list of persons whose live
were lost in the great floods that swept
down upon the towns of Morrist n and
Golden, in the foothills near Denver
The dead at Morrison are: Mrs.
Moses Miller and three children, and
child of J. C. Longnecker, of Morrison;
Mrs. A. S. Proctor; Robert James
Proctor, 5 years; Grace Proctor, 7
years; Edith Proctor; Mrs. T. F.
success of the Amalca
..... . " uvi 'u vx iuc nnit
...... ... U1C ngC down or the tni(J time
7'""' " 'eu means, roo, live Domestic
uH,,cl, .unou-umon mini wish to die. When Mrs. Hermann's
will get an advance in wages, and that hu9band hear(1 of her cri he
their employers will sign agreement! tenipted to commit suicide cutting
to pay them the union prices. Thii hil thrM. hu. tho Bolin- wr.aH "
comes as near a recocuition of the , u. u ....... v... i..
union as the men are contending for at jured nimself. He wa9 locked
- I ------ 1 buuicicum wna
seat from Sprague to Daveuport.
Camden, N. J., July 20. Mrs. Mary The farmers of the Kenuewick valley
Hermann, 80 years old, of 931 South are busy cuttiuit their second croo of Casev: .Tampa Pubov in .l. v'juu
her two infant alfalfa, and the vield is ootid. Thi-v Cnser- s fo; n !
find a good market for their hay among Anna Casey, 5 rears: Clara Cawv s
The Ocosta mill is no more. All the
machinery has been taken out au.i
shipped to Cosmopolis. Over $75,000
has been lost in attempting to operate
the mill at Ocosta.
Fourth street, drowned
children and tried to drown herself to
night in the Delaware river. She tied
the bauds of one child and the feet of
the other and took a large dose of car
bolic acid. Then, holding a child in
each arm, she leaped overboard. Two
boatmeu saw ber jump, aud dragged
her out of the water as she was going
troubles caused her
years, a ra. Anthony Heress; Eugene
Heress, 7 years; Mabel Heress, 2 years;
Josephine Herees. 6 years; Carroll
Heress, 4 years; Thomas McGaugh, 21
years old. At Dayton, a cousin of Mrs.
Casey and Annie Hansen, 20 years old,
The total loss by fire in the city of 8 rTa.n.t of ,,be Prctors, were killed.
with the Ohio association, but plans in
severul other states will be started
nuder the agreement.
The oldest national flag in the world
is the that of Denmark, which has
been in use since the year 1219.
"laniah Buying Warahlpa.
London. July 28. The Times has a
dispatch from Madrid, which says: It
is stated that the government has paid
the enormous price of 700,000 each,
for the two warships recently boncht
at Genoa, while a contract has just
been given for two torpedo boat de
stroyers, at t!Q,000, which was dearer
than the tender of first-class English
firm, on the ground that Quick delive-y
would be secured. Nothing short of a
panic can explain such extravagance.
A !(udent'a Sulfide.
Philadelphia, July 29. Emmett
Hall, 22 years old, of Indianapolis,
jumped from the steamboat Havana
into Delaware bay, while returning
from an excursion. His body wss not
recovered. Hall is said to have been a
student at a local college, but inquiry
failed to reveal his name at any of the
Clarke McGavis, of Colorado, is 19
years old, six feet nine inches high,
and an en.husiastic bicycler.
fatally injured: A child of .1. f!
The dead at Golden are: C. A.
Johnson; Mrs. A. A. Johnson; Mrs.
J. F. Edwards.
All the Denver people who perished
were campers at Bear Creek canyon.
There were many more campers in "that
vicinity. Some reports say that when
vjsu iruiu umi. no was scruicnea irom i . . .
head to foot, but not so deeply but that !?H K!' '" Plored
i.; a. L;n V1 Wl11 possibly be found that no lean
rr -it. m t- , . than fifty people perished in the flood.
Hogan Johnson, of Riverside, in Pa- uuw'
cifio county, put a rope around a bull's
neck and started to lead him home.
On the war the bull made an attack
upon ir. jonuson irom tne rear, goring juma t " "
himinthebackandtramulinohirnnn! d?magehaTi? ,been caBsed T d
Spokane has been less during the last
twelve months than during any pre
vious similar period since the paid fire
department was established.
The eldest son of H. H. Spaulding,
of Almota, was dragged by a runaway
team through a barbed wire fence the
other day and his clothing completely
torn from mm. He was scratched from
Violent Stormi In l'arla.
Paris. July 28. Violent storms oc.
curred in this region tonight, immense
der foot until he was nearly dead. One
horn penetrated the lung, entering the
body about five inches. Mr. Johnson's
right arm was broken in three places,
and from his hips down he is cne rums
of severe bruises. He is 62 years old.
ua rain, ine lower quarters of the
city have been flooded and several cas
ualties are reported.
Fifty Khlrd at Delhi. India.
Bombay, India, July 2s. A railway
hut it ia thoucht he will aW.1., r. . . v'
- -- -- j -uim uuj persons were killed and in-
cover. jared. u ln