Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 06, 1900, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE MORNING OHEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 1900.
VOTE "OF M GLTNO'MAH , COUNTY, BY " PREC1 NCTS,
PRECINCT
AND
"WARD.
1 Circ Jhugti Joint
Supremo Food Congressman, BIst. Joist Renvfentat
Judge. Com. Second Dist. ffl B-ept. 4 Att'y. State Senators. Senator. Representative. '2!l.
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50 Eleventh Ward
51 Eleventh Ward.
52 Eleventh Ward
53 Eleventh Ward
54 Eleventh Ward
& at. Johns ,
55 Columbia ,
57 Mount Tabor ,
58 South Mount Tabor,
53 Woodstock
CO Lents ,
CI Kilgaver
G2 Montavilla
63 RuEsellville
Gt Rockwood
65 Falrview
65 Troutdale
67 Gresham
es Powell's Valley
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70 Brower
71-Bridal Veil
72 Warrendale
73 Reeder'js
74 Willamette
75 Holbrook
76 Linnton
77 Sylvan
78 Mount Zlon
79 Bertha
SO-West Portland
Total
XOTE-The vote Is complete for all
SHERIFF WAS ARRES1ED
OEKIGIAIi AT BOISE CHARGED
WITH CON'TnaiPT OF COURT.
Refused to Bring: Before the Jndgre
a Prisoner Whom He Had
Hot Arrested.
BOISE. Idaho. June 5. J. P. Campbell.
Sheriff of this county, -was arrested today
on a bench warrant and "brought before
Justice of the Peace Kerrlck on a charge
of contempt of court. The case 'will be
heard Wednesday morning. It appears
that one Squires ivas arrested and brought
before Judge llerrick on a charge of horse
stealing by the city police, and he M'as
turned pver -to the Sheriff for safe keep
ing until the preliminary examination.
When the time came for his appearance
the Sheriff refused to bring him in, on
the ground that it waa the duty of the
officer "who arrested him to brlngr lilm
before the court. The bench warrant fol
lowed, Coroner Glover serving the "war
rant. The man Squires -was afterward
brought before Judge Herrick by'Beputy
Sheriff Robinson.
There is more trouble over the railroad
question. When the money was sub
scribed Saturday for the 'bonds, the Cham
ber of Comtnerce took immediate steps
to close "up the contract ivlth the Midland.
Shermart Coffin, 'secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce, stated tonight that the
original proposition between the Midland
and the Chamber of Commerce was to
the effect that when 20 miles of. road were
built the llldland-stiouia receive a deed,
upon giving a good bond that at least 33
more should be built. Mr. Broadbent. who
is the principal owner of the right of
way, appeared before the Chamber of
Commerce last Saturday night, and
through his attorney demanded that the
Midland "be required to build 30 tniles of
road before receiving a deed, and upon
failure to build up to 50 miles, that the
property revert back to Mr. 3roadbent.
The Chamber of Commerce refused to
consider such a proposition, taking' the
ground that when Mr. Broadbent had re
ceived the $20,000 he asked for the right
of way. he had nothing to do with the
conditlona to be imposed upon the Mid
land. Mr. Broadbent had previously of
fered the right of way in writing to the
Chamber of Commerce for 520,000, without
other conditions, and his attempt now to
tack on conditions is resented by the
Chamber.
The Chamber of Commerce has dis
charged its old railroad committee and
appointed x tiew one, consisting of Sher
man Coflm. chairman: Judge Richards
and R. E. Green. Mr. Coffin states that
tho committee is now preparing a con
tract -which Tvill be In strict accordance
with the proposition between the Mid
land and the Chamber, and that, when it
is completed, the committee will .go to
Mr. Broadbent and make a tender of the
money due on the right of way. If he
accepts, then the contract will be signed
with the Midland immediately and work
commence in earnest. If he refuses, a
mass meeting will be called and the mat
ter again Teferred to the people.
The subscription of John B. Broadbent
and Peter Sonna for $12,003 of bonds was
refused by both the Chamber of Com
merce and the Midland, on account of
their having strings attached, so that the
subscriptions amounted to nothing. The
subscription of the Boise City National
Bank is now flxed so that it is a bona-flde
subscription.
The rumor that Colonel Dewey had of
fered the Midland $250,030 It they would
miss Boise is an error. T. W. Bates
states that no negotiations whatever have
been entered Into up to date with Colonel
Dewey. The members of the Chamber of
Commerce say they believe Mr. Broadbent
will deed the right of way upon an offer
of the money.
The Midland now has 408 Japanese at
work in the canyon. More are arriving
dally.
Tho Sunday Sittings appeared last Sun
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precincts .In Multnomah County outside
day. The Idaho State Journal will issue
Its first number next Friday. Both are
Republican in politics.
WILL OPEX HEADaUARTERS.
Washington Delegation Will rush
Lewis for Vice-Presidency.
NEW WHATCOM. June 5. The Wash
ington delegation to the Democratic Na
tional Convention at Kansas City has
determined to make a strong effort in be
half of the candidacy of ex-Congressman
James Hamilton Lewis for the Vice-Presidential
nomination. D. D. Fagan. one of
the delegates., states that the delegation
will open headquarters In Kansas City and
conduct the fight in earnest.
Entry of the Northern Pacific to What
com and Falrhaven is assured by act.on
of the City Council last night in grant
ing a f ranchlre asked ior by the Belllng
ham Bay & Eastern Railway through
Falrhaven.
The "various companies composing the
First Infantry Regiment, National Guard
of Washington, will meet together for the
first time since the reorganization of the
State Guard subsequent to the Spanish
var, ai xacoma, July 4. Colonel Welsen
burger has received favorable responds
irom nine oi mo twelve companies to Ta
coma's invitation to bear expense of the
regiment meeting there on that date. He
ia confident that two Seattle and Colfax
companies will also &o.
BAKER OOXWTY XUGGET.
Also Several Hundred Dollars in Fine
Gold From "Placer Mines.
BAKER CITT. June 5. John ' Ai-sf in
one of the owners of placer claims at
WIntervlllo. one and a half miles, below
tne .Bonanza mine, arrived in the city.this
evening and brought with him a gold
nuccet welchlnr 1212. Tn Ht(r. n tv.
nugget, Mr. Austin broughtTln several hun-
creu aouars in nne gold.
Qaotatlons or ailnlnf; Stocks.
SPOKANE. June 5. The clob!e btts for
mining-istoclta today were:
Blacktttil $o ID IPflnfcess 3Iaud...$0 0S
Butte & Boston. 2K'nambler Cariboo 17
Deer Trail Con. G. Resrnatlon 13T,
Golden H&nest. 1 Rosrland dlont.. 3H
- - L 10 (Sullivan io
Jim Blaine 10 (Tom Thumb .... 10
Lone Pine Surp. 14ConJecture 1
3om. Glory ... 3',j Blacktall Mount. 6
Morrison 2yj
SANTRANCISCO. June 3. Hie official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks tcday were:
Mta 0 TOUuEtlee ... so oa
Alpha. Con .
3 Mexican
Andes
Belcher
Best& Blcber...
Bullion
6Occldental Con ... 12
opmr 7tJ
Overman ......... l"
Potosl 22
Caledonia ........ -1 15
Savace l
Challenge Con
IS Sen. Belcher 1
Choiiar
Confidence ......
Con. CaL &Vo...
Crown Point .....
Exchequer
Gould &. Curry...
Hale i Norcross..
24 Sierra Nevada 32
00 Silver Hill -tn
1 KjStand-j-d .......... 4 M
union Coa 22
Utah Con 13
rellow Jacket .... 14
NKW TORK. June C Mining btocka today
cloie-d as follows:
Chollar $0 20Ontarlo $7 00
vjown x-oini ..... 4ivjpnir ............ To
Con. CaL & Va... H0Plj-mouth 10
Deadwood BOiQulelcsIlvcr 1 50
Gould & Curry... 121 do pref T 00
Hal & Norcross.. 20j6lrra Nevada .... 2S
Homertalce 50 OOjgtandard 4 00
-Iron Silver ...... 50Unlon Con IT
Mexican 20rllo-v Jacket .... lu
BOSTON, June 5. Ooslne quotations;
Adventure $0 OS'Hutnboldt 40 SO
Axnol. Copper
89-i-
Osceola
(SI
Atlantic .., 224tPArrott
H
Bonon & Mont. 2 US
toulncy 1 -i$
Butte & Boston. fiC
Cal. 4t Kecla.... 7 07
banco, re copper
Tamarack' l kj
Utah MInlnjr ... -2
Centennial ..... 1
FranWtn 13 JKlcona.
2
Ex dividend.
South. Bend Tioivm.
SOUTH BEND. Wash., June 5. The
South Bend School Board today employed
A. W. Bush, of Aberdeen, -as principal
j of the public echool. which will open In
September, at a salary oi $75 -per month,
an Increase of $10 over last year. The
other teachers salaries were Increased
from $40 to ?5 per month, and last year's
corps re-employed. Mrs. W. B. Murdock
was elected assistant principal.
Mrs. Thomas Potter, the wife of the
J owner of the original townslte of Sea-
of Portland, and for all precincts In Portland 'except the sscona, fourth, eighth, ninth., tenth, seventeenth, nineteenth,
haven, died yesterday, after a long IllneSs.
The funeral will occur today.
Fears are expressed that 20 per cent
of the young Eastern oysters planted In
Wlllapa Bay were covered by sand In last'"
week's storm, and have been killed.
Kopynrds About Independence.
INDEPENDENCE. Or.. June 5 It was
stated in the Spring that a great Ttnajor-i
ity of the hopflelds would be plowed -up
and sown to other crops. In and around
this city there are hundreds of acres -in i
cultivation. A very small per cent of
these jards are being worked by private
individuals. The majority of them are un
der contract for the coming year, cpn
tracts bemg made on a 7 per cent barfs.
For a time It was thought the stand would
not be up to standard, but the vines are
now. In fine shape. Growers are experi
encing difficulty In securing labor, and
mostly boys and w omen are employed in 4
the yards.
MedforQ to Celebrate the Fourth.
MEDFORD, June 5. This city is mak
lng extensive preparations for celebrating j
the Fourth of July. It has been several
j ears since Medford has undertaken, th'a
on a large scale, and most of the towns
of the valley will unite -with her In. an I
effort to So Justice to the occasion. Com
mittees are busywrth various featurps.
and a large amount of moneysls already
pledged.
Poisoned ny Ice Cream.
TOLEDO. Or., June 5. Ice cream sold
by the. Ladles' Aid Society of a local
church 'last evening made 30 to 30 per
sons violently Ul. from the effects of poi
son ih the flavoring extracts uaed. Most
of t-he sufferers were children.
Mrs. J. TI. Washburn of Brownsville.
BROWNSVILLE. Or., June 3. Mrs. J.
H. Washburn died last night. She came
to Oregon in 1S52, and had resided here for
27 years. Funeral took place today.
Oregon Notes.
A bank has been established at "Myrtle
Point, with a capital of $25,000.
A cabin of Native Sons of Oregon was
instituted at Riddle last Thursday.
The Daniels Creek logging road, on Coos
Bay. received a lot of rails last "week.
A large majority of the towns hi the
state will celebrate the Fourth of July.
The sraln crop in Wallowa County prom
ises to be the largest ever produced there.
Alfred Johnson, of Coquille. has received
Rn order for 1000 dpzen of eggs for Cape
Nome.
The smallpox trouble Is practically ended
In La Grande, and other localities in Union
County.
Hugh Jackson, of Arlington, sold 2S work
horses In PoTtiand at an average price
Of 567 E0 per head.
Robert G. Smith, the Grant's Pass cam
paign -orator, will soon move to Treks;
CaL, to practice law.
J. S. Lyons solicits a lease of land from
the town of Coquille, upon which to es
tablish a match factory.
The wheat fields In Wasco County, which
were threatened with rust. It is thought,
will not be seriously damaged.
Dr. S. L. Roberds. of Myrtle Point, swai
lowod an ounce of ocinito by mistake last
week. Serious results were adverted.
The flag which marked the unknown
grave In Cottage Grovr, Memorial day,
was designed and executed by Mr. John
son. A Grant County cattle-buyer passed,
through Long Creek Sunday with 500 head
of cattle, which he was driving to Pendle
ton for shipment to North Dakota.
The Hood River cannery has contracted
with the farmers to take all Ihe tomatoes
they can raise at 53 per ton. The can
nery is now putting up strawberries.
HOMEOPATHY.
The Homeopathic State Medical Society
'will hold their, annual meeting at the
j and Wednesday of next week, June IS
and 13.
I A cordial Invitation is extended to every
homeopathic physician In the etate,
j -Rbethcr members of the soclety'or not.
ALASKA DEMOCRATS MEET
ADOPT SOME F1KRY RESOLTCTIOXS
AND INDORSE BRYAN.
-
Klondike Rush Is On Passengers
Reach Skagwar .From Davraon
' ' General Mining "a errs.
SKAGWAY, May 3L-Tbe Democrats of
Alaska convened at Juneau this week,
and elected six delegates and six alter
nates to the National Convention. The t
Chicago platfccmwasAlndoraed. The con
ventibn instructed its delegates to "Use
all honorable means to elect Eryan. It
declared the Alaskan license tax unjust
and unconstitutional, and maintained the
people of Alaska and of Porto Rico arc
no longer regarded by the Republican
party as citizens, but as -subjects to be
governed, taxed'aml exploited at the un
restrained whim of Congress. The prin
ciples of Republican legislation for Alas
ka were characterized as the beginning
of the empire, "and the end of the Repub
lic The convention "declared for the Im
medfate rescindation of Che bonding priv
ilege, Vhlch "'permits the shipment of
Canadian "goods through Skagway into
Klondike, claiming 1t "Shows favoritism to
Canada, and Is creating utter ruin of
American trade "withr the Tukon hasin.
A territorial form of government is fa
vored for Alaska. Sympathy is extended
to the Boers It is desired to hold the
Philippines until they can be given an
independent "republican government. The
National delegates .are R. W. Jennings
and E. O. Sylvester. Skagway; Tu L. Will-
lams and C. D. "Rogers, Juneau; W. M.
Hale. Douslas. and R D. Crittenden.
Wrangel
The usual Spring Tush for the Klondike
is on. The Cottage City last night brought
MO nunnlp frnrrv tVio "Rrmnil fS Cltv nt
Seattle brought 250 two days before, and
other steamers are coming every day or
two with 100 or more. Freight is also "be-
SonnBWSort,,nS7, VSh,0nf
tK.?- 5,S5r.CSUSS? .fi
they can do to move the freight at first.
Ice Js not all out of Marsh land Lebarge i
Lakes, and steamers may "not get through
for three to seven days, so passengers
are accumulating here and in Bennett,
anfl hnhOs nf hnth towns ri nwrflnw-
ing. The lakes did not open soon as ex- ' coach for the University of Oregon foot
Pected. Lake Bennett Is entirely free ' ball team next Fall. Arrangements have
from Ice. and boats are carrying rail- also been perfected for a sarjes of games
road mnterial to Caribou. It Is expected next Fall with Berkeley. Stanford and
to have the track Into White Horse June the University of Nevada. Track Man
v Ts-ews comes by Sitka and Juneiu that ager McArthur has arranged for another
nn epidemic oi muuenza nas Kinea 4D In
dians In the Cook Jnlet country lately.
The flrsf men to reach Skagway from
Dawson, by coming up the Yukon river
by steamboat this season, got here last
jZTZl ?n th,Vr- wU
Lower Lebarge on th" s. earner Flora,
nmlWrt trnm thorn tn TTMfft TTr-u innlr
wagors to the end of the extension of
the White Pas road, and train from
there. They left Dawson on the Flora
May 13. and made I.ebaree In seven davr.
'The jrreater number of passengers re-
mplned abotrd the"bo?t when she reached
7barg. The boat in now reported at
White Hore. She br'ngs the first mall
nut from Dawson etnee the close of the
Winter trail, late In April. The mnll has
not yet reached Skagway. but will prob
ablv"be here In a day or two.
From now oh travel from Daw?on out
will bMilmost uninterrupted until Winter,
and the same bound ihe other way.
A. M. Kilgore. a Dawson trader, who
was in the party arriving last evening,
jtatvs: "Some of the .scows from Lower
Teharge pot into Dawson ahead of the
steamers, by being able to are-t around an
Ice Jam which the steamers could not -paes
"because they were too larjre. Rrackett
Jfe Dickey of Skagway. lost four or five
tons of 1suppl!es"from their scows while
making the run down tho river. Two
WCKS ago, tne upper TrorKs 01 tne steam
er Yukoner were partly burned while the
boat wa lying on the Biwson water
front She la belnp: repaired, and It is
thought will Terome trftw about June 7.
Tt nnpenred up to the ttm We left Daw.
son that theTnoveraent to lsome was not
going to be so great as anticipated. About
600 men had started down the river from
Dawson In small boats, following the Ice
it went out. They all departed in
about 10 -days. "No steamers had left. The
Merwin. which has been advertised all
Winter, had sold only 35 tickets, and was
to be the first to start down the river.
The- Florence Swas to have lef t-Dawson
for, the Koyukuk River, to. steam up that
t.rem l? the dlgc,ns' ?Ia ?' , . ' I
"The clean-up season Is well advanced, j
and some of the- smill dumps have wash-H
ea out. it is tne general opinion mat tne .
output this season will be far greater
than last year. If it were $15,000,000 then,
it will reach J25.000.000 this year. There
is a great shortage, of water on tne high
benches, and this delayed the clean-up
In some places. The report of a reat
output from. Sulphur Creek. Is much ex
aggerated, but the creek will do better
than last year. On No. 43, which was ex
pected to prove such a wonder, it appears
a pocket was. struck, and, the yield will
be about 550.000 or $60,000.
COMMITTEE FOR THE FOURTH.
Astoria's Preparations for Proper
Observance of the Bay;
ASTORIA, June 5. The committee that
was recently appointed liy the Astoria
I Progressive Commercial Association to
select a committee to conduct the annual
, regatta during August has "made its re-
t port, and it will undoubtedly be adopted.
4 The members decided upon a committee
j of 31. and selected the following:
F. L. Parker, H. L. Hamblet, G. C. Ful
ton. R. G. Prael, Ed Hallock. E. C.
I Hughes. Herman Wise. F. J. Carney. J.
' N. Griflln, John McCue, W. T. Chutter.
j Charles Swope. C. R. Hlgglns. J. C. Mayo.
' G. W. Lounsberry. N. Tf oyer, C. C. Ut
zlncer. C. H. Stockton. H. C. Thompson.
I R C. F. Astbury, Peter Grant. Duncan
Stuart. B. D. Johnson. W. O. Wilkinson,
M. De Lin. Tnomas uoroett. w. j. wok.
Richard Carruthcrs. Grant Tfulllnger,
Homer Fletcher and John Fox.
An eleven of the Multnomah Athletic
Club will play a match game of cricket
here, on next Saturday, with an eleven
I made up of th. est players of Astoria.
' rs. Tillle Kulsten was adjudged Insane
. e County Court today, and was taken
to the Asylum this evening.
Eugene "Notes.
EUGENE. June 5. Manager Goodrich
has secured the services of Kaarsburg.
. the famous Berkeley fullback, to act as
meet with the University of Washington,
and the track team will also make a tour
of California.
At an election held yesterday, C. A.
Redmond was elected captain of the Unl-
verslty of Oregon track team for the
f.. . ",,,. -0. wn in
Mr, Redmond was also
I eiiauuijs jcii.
elected assistant manager for the foot
ball team.
The graduating exercises of the Eugene
Divinity School were held last night in the
First Christian Church. The address be
fore the graduating class was delivered
by President P. L. Campbell, of the Mon
mouth Normal School. The graduates
were: G. S. O. Humbert. Leon D. Green,
Harry Benton and the Misses Mary Dais
ley, Marguerite Dalsley and Clara Esson.
Movinfc a Saw Mill.
JUNCTION CITY, June S. The saw
mill north of town is being "moved about
10 miles west of this place, and will soon
be sawing railroad ties, which will be de
livered here for shipment.
An Orcson Postmaster.
WASHINGTON. June 5. Alfred O. Be
dell was appointed Postmaster at Riley,
Or., vice Hannah M. Oakerman, re-
1 signed
TTardTrood laaber Orders.
MONROE. June 5. Waggoner Broa
ave commenced to fill a contract which
calls for 65.000 feet ofoak lumber sawed
into suitable shapee for iurnlture manu-
1
thirty-seventh, thirty-eighth, forty-second and forty
facture. The lumber lg to be delivered
In Corvallls by September L Two othes
hardwood mills are in operation In thla
.vicinity,, ana. are penino. witn oraers.
-, Mrs. J. A. Smith. r
SALEM,' Qr. Jnne.5. Mrs, Anna Smith,
Wife of J. A. Smith, diedat hejr home at
L .. ,.,, th Aoes left ona"
son. u father and mother, three brothers
and rfaterfc , Her brothers artf: R.
w Q and H. yVimer, of Portland.
Hcr Wea are: H s StQwell.,
Winters, CaL; Mrs, Mollle .Blgham. Cor
vallls. and Mrs. Nettle Nearhoff, Salem.
Note of Balser County.
BAKER CITY. June 5. T. W. Proffltt,
of the firm of Brown & Proflltt. shipped
from La Grande tonight four carloads of
cattle to Colorado.
Mary Frances Miller, aged 32 years, was
adjudged. Insane today before the County
Judge and was committed to the Insane
Asylum. The woman refuses to eat, and
show? suicidal tendencies;
To Extend Snnnyside Ditch.
NORTH YAKIMA, June 5. Manager
Denny, of the Washington Irrigation Com
pany, stated this mornlwr that the w6rk
of extending the main line of the Sunny
side canal would commence soon. Sev
eral miles of laterals will be built, and
Several thourand acres of new land below
Sunnyside will be reclaimed.
Broke Neclc Retvreen Carj.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. June 5. H. H. Tul
lla, a hardware clerk and old "resident.
Was killed this evening by falling be
tween two cars In such a -manner as to
break his neck.
L&Uevievr Is Relmildlnt;.
LAKEVIEW-, June 5. Lakevlew Is rap
idly building up with substantial struct
ures, and will soon be a "better town than
before the big fire.
Washington Notes.
Falrhaven reports a dearth of houses
to rent.
Several farmers around Goned City ex
pect to commence haying about the 10th
Inst.
Tho Falrhaven Electric Light & Power
Company will Increase its lighting power
to meet increased business.
Beginning July 1, the contractors and
carpenters of Republic have agreed that
nine hours phall constitute a day's labor.
The Great Northern will operate that
portion of Its road from Everett to Xieav
enworth with electric motors, doing away
with locomotives.
While at work in the new Republic mllT
Frluay, W. IL Murphy fell from one of
the tanks and got three ribs broken, one
of them penetrating his lung.
Two carloads ot cigarettes arrived over
the "Northern Pacific at Tacomn Sunday
for shipment to Hong Kong. The consign
ment weighs 40 tons, and contains 3,200,000
boxes or 3S000.W0 cigarettes.
It Is estimated that during the past
month various railroad corporations have
placed orders for 20,000,000 to 3O,COO,O0O feet
of "Washington fir, mainly In bridge tim
bers, dock stuffs and ties.
The logging camps of the Whatcom Take
Logging Company are now putting logs
Into the lake at the rate of 150.000 feet
per day. One hundred men are employed
by the two camps, 60 In one and 40 In
the other; eight donkey engines are con
stantly employed in the enterprise.
The- B. B. I. mill at Falrhaven laid off
Its night crew Thursday, which has been
running for the past month. The com
pany has largely caught up with its or
ders, and expects to have the other side
CASTOR! A
Jor Infants and Children.
Tiie Kind You Have Always Ba.gM
Boars tho
Signature of
- fourth,
of the mill completed before long, enab
ling it to cut as much in 10 hours as it
did in 20 with the day and night shift.
The afternoon-train on the Washington
& Columbia River, from Walla Walla to
Pasco, has been discontinued. The train
was put on Tecently to accommodate the
vegetable, buslpesa.
Old Monitor as a Target. -
WASHINGTON, June 5. Considerable
interest is being taken 'in naval .circles
in a plan. to. authorize the North" Atlantic
Squadron to use one of the Civil War
"monitors as a target for the rapld-fim
guns of Admiral Farquhar's vessels. Thla
practice would, naval experts say, sup
plement the Information gained by the
British Navy from the practice of the bat
tleship Majestic on the old turret ship
Belle Isle, built 20 years ago.
The Belle Isle was put in condition for
action withqut, however, a crew aboard,
and the Majestic .opened fire. The firing
lasted nine minutes. In .six minutes the
vessel was in flames and an examination
of the ship showed she was a wreck in
side and was simply riddled with shell.
Naval officers say that the British will
make several Important changes in naval
practice as a Jesuit of the Belle Isle ex
periment and they are hoping that the
department will decide to authorize the
equipment of one of the old monitors
and the use nf her, as a target for the
Kearsarge or New York.
Wood's Casualty List.
'WASHINGTON, June 5. General
Wood's latest casualty list in Cuba is as
follows:
"Death report May 20 to 31. Columbia
barracks, Quemados First-Class Ser
geant Charlee E. Sherwood, Signal Corps,
died 32et, yellow fever; Private Frank
Ellck. 33, First Infantry, drowned at
PInar del Rio. 28th, Santiago; 1?ackmaster
James Pieburn died, at El Caney, 8th.
pernicious malaria Santa Clara Post
Commissary Sergeant Edward Murphy
died 25th. yellow fever."
IN TABLET FORH-PUEASANT TO TAKE.
When night appears nnd no star sheds the light of
hope, mjui cries for relief hut death rnocia him in
AesTalr. Dr. Bnrkhart's Yesretabla Comixmnd re
stores the siskin? and xtndlee anoir the fiamo ofUf 0.
it etxeceecs ween au eiso nas rauea.
I sernsd In the civil war four years. I.
contracted Malaria, Kidney and Stomach;
Troubles and my system has Iven a total
wrodcf or 17 Tears. I used Br.Burkhart's (
Vesetable Compound and ImproTed from '
laeBissaose.
J. P. Walton.
454 Waehlnirton St.. Indiana do lift. Ind.
Forealbyalldrafftrite. Thirty days treatment
for 25c: Seventy day treatment S0c.: Six months
treatment, S1.O0. M4av' trial trtatment frte.
. W. 8. BTKJtllAJStT. Cincinnati, a
Oregon Mines . . .
Davison, Ward & Co.
Invite tho attention of mining investors to this
promlBlng field. They deal in ,
iHNBS. STOCKS. LEAtfES AND BONDS.
Only property of merit, after careful investi
gation, will be-handled. Members Oregon Mtn
lnE 'Exchange. Correspondence solicited.
408 CHAMBER OP COMMERCE.
The Oregon Mining
Stock Exchange
Auditorium. Chamber of Commerce Bids.,
P. O. Box 070. Portland. Or.
j. E. Haseltlne, Pres.; David Goodsell.
Treas.; F. J. Hard. Sec
Directors X G. Clarke. J. E. Haseltlne.
David Goodselh P. J. Jennlng3, I. G. Davidson.
F. V. Drake. E. A. Clem.
Geo. TV, Lloyd.
T. "W. NcvllL
Lloyd S.Nevi!!
MINING ENGINEERS.
TJ S. XJEEUTX MINERAL SURVEYORS.
Rooms 533-535 Chamber of Commerce building,
Portland. Or. ,
Telephone Clay 537. P. O. box KHS.
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