Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 07, 1900, Page 5, Image 5

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TB"MOBNESTG OltEQ.ONIN,' EEI3KSDAY, JUNE 7, 1900.
BY MORE THAN 10,000
OREG03TS PLURALITY FOR THE
REPUBLICAN JUDGE.
A4 Tkeie Flgrsres Are Sherrm fcy Re
" tturmu That Are Still Far Frem
Complete in. the State.
(Continued front First Paso.)
O. M. Orton, Clt; George L. Story, Rep;
Elmer E. Mallory, Rep.
Multnomah and Clackamas A. S.
Dresser, Rep.
Polk George X.. "Hawkins, Rep.
Tillamook and Yamhill B. L. Eddy,
Rep.
Umatilla and Morrow Asa 3. Thomp
son, Rep.
Umatllla-L. B. Reeder, Repr T. J. Kirk,
Rep.
Union D. A. McAUster, Dem.
"Wallowa and Union Gilbert Reavi.
Fus.
Washington Hubert Bernards. Fus; A.
W. Vincent. Fus; O. E. Edson, Fus.
Yamhill E. F. Lamson, Rep; Clarenoe
Butts, Rep.
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
Vote Vote
in 1S9S. in 1900.
-" - 3 5 2
JTiCOUNTY. g g 3
2 v; r
z o r
o :
t 3 : :
-Baker LOOS i,ZuT7...7. ' 150
Clatsop 1.562 757 1,207 511
Columbia 649 521 793 CGo
Crook G42 421 200
Gilliam 4S5 3S2 271 220
Grant 90S 66S 792 350
Harney 31S 391
Malheur 392 4S2 75
Morrow 4S1 466 107
Multnomah 9.296 5,065 8.5561 391
Sherman 483 241 419 253
Umatilla 1,758 1,421 1,740 1,1.6
Union 1,439 1,342 1.393 1.440
Wallowa 448 402 100
Wasco lf410 859 10S5
Wheeler
Totals 2L291 14.234
t Pluralities 6,637 8,405
OfflcIaL
Note In all cases where figures appear
. in only one of the two columns for 1900,
they represent plurality only.
Waico County.
CHE DAliI.ES, Or., June 6. Complete
returns from Wasco County show the
.following results: For Chief Justice
Wolverton. Rep. 4S9 plurality. For Food
Commissioner Bailey, Rep, 488. plurality.
For Congressman M. A. Moody, Rep. luS5
plurality. For District Attorney, Seventh
district F. Mcnefee, Rep. 500 majority.
For Joint Senator, Ninth alstrlct Bennett,
Dem. 104 majority. For Senator. Twen
tieth district Johnston, Rep, 137 majority.
For Senator, Twenty-flrst district Stel
wer. Rep, 470 majority. For Representa
tives?, Twenty-first district, the three Re
publicans, R. A. Emmltt, T. H. Mc
Greer and A.. S. Roberts, have an average
majority of 405. In the Twenty-eighth dis
trict, the three Republicans, G. H. Cat
tanach, G. J. Barrett and George Miller,
have an average majority of 378.
The results on the county ticket are as
follows: Judge G. C. xJlakely, Dem, 366
plurality. Sheriff Robert Kelly, Rep, 161
plurality. Clerk A. E. Lake.' Rep. 299
plurality. Treasurer J. F. Hampshire,
Dem. 163 plurality. School Superintend
ent C. L. Gilbert. Rep. 662 majority. As
sessor C. L. Schmidt, Rep. 229 plurality.
Commissioner W. J. Harrlman, Dem, 55
plurality. Surveyor J. B. Goit. Rep, 360
majority. Coroner W, H. Butts, Rep, 825
majority.
Clatnop County.
ASTORIA. June 6. An official canvass
of the election returns for Clatsop County
was made today. It did not change the
result as already announced, except that
for the Legislature, Allen, Citizen, beats
Young, Republican, by eight vote?. Thla
was the only close contest on the ticket.
The total vote received by the Congres
sional, state, district and Legislative nom
inees is as follows
For Congressman Butler, Pro, 89;
Moody. Rep, 1207; Simmons, Ind, 117;
Smith. Fus, oil.
For Justice of the Supreme Court
Bright. Pro. 129; Greene. Dem, CS6; Wol
verton, Rep, 1142. For Dairy and Food
Commissioner Bailey, Rep, 10SS; Kenad,
Pro. 132; Schulmcrlch, Fus, 578.
For District Attorney Harr"6on Allen,
Rep. 1375; C Schuebel, Fus, 519.
For Representative B. F. Allen, Clt, S23;
John Hahn. Clt, 1117; Frank R. Stokes.
Rep, 90; Johan E. Young, Rep, 915.
The county officers are as given yes
terday. For equal suffrage amendment, 320;
against, 622.
Umatilla County.
PENDLETON. Or., June 6. Returns
corrected to date make no material
changes in the estimates given Tuesday
night. Late tonight Peebler, Dem, for
County Treasurer, has a small majority,
according to latest figures, but the elec
tion is yet in doubt. It Is certain that
the-3etaw3gect&u Ellis, Rep. Circuit
Judge; HaTiey, "Dem, District Attorney:
Thompson, Rep. Joint Representative;
Kirk ,and Reeder. Rep, Representatives;
Hartman, Dem. County Judge: Blakley,
Dem. Sheriff: Chamberlain, Dem. County
Clerk; Maloney, Dem, County Recorder;
Buzan. Rep. Assessor; Nowlin, Rep. School
Superintendent: Macomber. Rep, Sur
veyor; Cole. Rep. Coroner; Walker, Rep,
County Commissioner.
. The total vote on' Congressman is:
Moody. Rep. 1740; Smith, Fus. 1166; But
ler, Pro, 290; Simmons, Pop. 2S3. Moody's
plurality is 574; his majority 1.
Sherman County.
MORO. June 6. The Observer complies
& table of the complete unofficial returns
of the county, showing the following:
For Congressman Moody, Rep, 419;
Smith. Fus. 253.
For Supreme Court Judge Wolverton,
Rep. 402; Greene. Dem. 325. For Dairy
and Food Commissioner Bailey, Rep, 463;
Scbulmerich, Fus. 320.
For Joint Senators Johnson. Rep, 437;
Dufur. Fus. 439; Stelwer. Rep. 467; Cozad,
Fus, 402. For Joint Representatives Cat
tanach. Barrett and Miller, Reps, receive
pluralities of 60, 99 and 25 respectively
For county offices, the following are
elected: Judge. Fulton, Fus; Commis
sioner. Morrlssey. Rep; Clerk, McDanel.
Rep; Sheriff. MoGlnnls, Pop; Treasurer,
Stanley. Rep; Superintendent of Schools)
Ragsdale, Rep; Assessor, Pike. Rep; Cor
oner, Idleman, Rep.
Columbia County.
ST. HELEN'S. Or., June 6. The follow
ing Is the official count of this county:
For Congress Lesley Butler. Pro, 59;
Moody, Rep, 798; J. E. Simmons. Pop. 64;
Smith. Fus. 365. For Justice of the Su
preme Court C. J. Bright. Pro, C9;
Greene. Dem, 404; Wolverton, Rep, $05.
For Food Commissioner Bailey. Rep,
629; ,Kenady, Pro. 44; Schulmcrlch. Fus.
843. - For District Attorney Allen. Rep,
830; Scheubel. Fus, 4S9. For Joint Sena
torCornelius. Rep. 713; McDanlel, Pro,
E5: Sweek, Clt. 536. For Representative
Merrill. Rep, 7S3; Slaughter, Fus. 565.
Folic County.
DALLAS, June 6. Tongue's vote Is ir5.
Dalyjs 1018 Wells for Joint Senator is
beaten In Polk by 198.
t Malheur County.
,VALE. Or.. June 6. The Republicans
carryMalheur County by 50 to 10) roajor
Ity'jexoept Sheriff and Clerk; Geer is
ST0RY AND MALLORY. .' "
Two Republicans Elected to the House of Representatives. . , "
Complete unofficial returns from every precinct in Multnomah County Indicate the election of George I.
Story and E. E. Mallory, Republicans, as Representatives from Multnomah County. Mr. Story ".has 229 plurality
over A. J. Knott, Citizen, and Mr. Mallory has 49 plurality over L. H. Tarpley. All other Republican "candi
dates for Representatives are apparently defeated. Freeman, Republican, Is only 34 votes behind Orton, Citizen.
The official count may make changes in the vote of the candidates, but probably will not affect the ijeneral re
sult. Following is the total vote for Representatives:
a k Q g!
2,5 3 5 a !
or I a f f
3 3 "3
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a . -a o
: ' : 7 :
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117 1221 117 118! 120f 124
147 1541 156 150) 148 152
93 100 951 95 98
153 156J 162 154 157 157
105 107 107 1091103 112
133 142 136 132 134 13S
105 HI 114 104 114 112
151 1B2 185 183 1R1 ISO
153 154 158 15S 152 155
172 170 176 167 1C5 176
130 141 1431129 135 157
82 81 SG 81 7S4 84
107 UV 121 104 105 118
152 149 152i lt9 149 154
141 136 14S 143 146 146
76 82 S3l 81 74! 84
140 144 143 139 1391 141
501 4S 51 53 47 53
PRECINCT
AND
WARD.
1 First Ward
2 First Ward
3 Second Ward
4 Second Ward
5 Second Ward
6 Second Ward
7 Second Ward
8 Third Ward
9 Third Ward
10-Thlrd Ward
11 Third Ward
12 Fourth Ward
13 Fourth Ward
14 Fourth Ward
15 Fourth Ward
16 Fourth Ward
17 Fourth Ward ,
18 Fourth Ward
19 Fifth Ward
20 Fifth Ward ,
21-Flfth Ward ,
22 Fifth Ward
23 Fifth Ward
24 Fifth Ward
23 Sixth Ward ,
26-Slxth Ward ,
27 Sixth Ward ,
28 Sixth Ward ,
29 Sixth Ward ,
SO-Slxth Ward
31 Seventh Ward ,
32 Seventh Ward ,
33 Eighth Ward ,
34 Eighth Ward ,
35 Eighth Ward
36 Eighth Ward
37 Eighth Ward
38 Ninth Ward ,
39 Ninth Ward
40 Ninth Ward
41 Ninth Ward
42 Ninth Ward
43-Ninth Ward
44-Ninth Ward
45-Tenth Ward
46 Tenth Ward
47 Tenth Ward
48 Tenth Ward
49 Tenth Ward
50 Eleventh Ward
51 Eleventh Ward
52 Eleventh Ward
53 Eleventh Ward
54 Eleventh Ward
55 St, Johns
56 Columbia
57 Mount Tabor
58 South Mount Tabor.
53 Woodstock
GO Lents
61 Kilgaver
62 Montavilla
63 RuisellvlUe
64 Rockwood
65 Falrvlew
66 Troutdale
67 Gresham
68 Powell's Valley
69 Hurlburt ,
70 Brower
71 Bridal Veil
72 Warrendale
73 Reeder's
74 Willamette
75 Holbrook ,
76 Llnnton
77 Sylvan
78 Mount Zlon
79 Bertha
80 West Portland
143
14S 147
158 152
14
93
'JM 1WI
IIP
120
120
107
73
111
751
101
137
103
134
113
ios;
101
102
1061
86
88
87!
91
94
47
96
4S
46
36
36
37
23
26
27
24
24
24!
117
118
123
46
50
51
211
23
21
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16
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151 15
Total
6666!
69666979!
elected Joint Representative and Miller,
Prosecuting Attorney.
W. W. WILSON.
Chairman Republican County Committee.
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
Vote
In 1898.
Vote
In 1900.
COUNTY.
Benton ,
Clackamas ...
Coos ,
Curry ,
Douglas ... .
Jackson ,
Josephine ...
Klamath ... .
Lake ,
Lane ,
Lincoln
Linn ,
Marlon
Polk , ,
Tillamook ...
Washington
Tamhill ....'.,
9SS1
2,O0S
932
290i
1.5331
1.294
801
443
S10 S5S
1.791
1.911
1.000
1,011
100
232
1.8 IS
1.279) 1.342
1.327
875
175
31S
303
60,
440!
1.621
477
1.867
1.SS2
402
1.949
395
L470
254
2,074
2.161
1.018
278
L136
L9SS
1.791
3.1671
2.563
2.610
1.135
1.250
1.144
617
1.816
305
507
1.646
161
1.16S
1.349
1.5S0
Totals ...
Pluralities
21.324
19.2871
2.037
2,9i:
Official.
Note In all cases where figures appear
In only one of the two columns for 1900
they represent plurality only.
Jackson Conntj'.
ASHLAND. Or., June 6. Unofficial re
turns from all but four precincts of Jack
eon County have been received. The
four precincts yet to be heard from will
slightly reduce the Republican majorities,
but will not change any results, though
Tongue's small lead over Daly may be.
changed to give this county to the Fusion
ists by a very small plurality. Prim,
Dem., Is elected County Jujlge. and
Reames, Dem., leads by over 500 for Dis
trict Attorney in this count-. The Re
publicans .sweep the county with these ex
ceptlons. The vote of all precincts except
Flounce Rock. Table Rock. Mound and
Willow Springs, gives the rollowlng totals:
For Congress Dally, Fus, 1327. Elmore,
Pro, 66, Sears. Pop, 123, Tongue. Rep, 1342.
For Supreme Judge Bright, Pro, 147,
Greene, Dem. 1229, Wolverton, Rep, 1313;
Food and Dairy Commissioner, Bailey,
Rep, 910: Kenady, Pro, 137; Schulmerlch,
Fus. S3S.
District Attorney. Reames. Dem, 174L
Watson, Rep, 1212; Joint Representative,
Abraham, Dem, 1010; Briggs, Rep, 1225,
Rawlings, Pop. 333, Russ, Pro. 116; Repre
sentatives, Carter, Rep, 1382, Stewart.
Rep, 1216. Batchelor, Dem, 1QS5. Beeman.
Dem, 1070, Ling. Pop. 23S. Wllllts, Pop, 146,
Hoxie, Pro, 109; Sydow, Pro, 70.
Clnokamas Conrntj-.
OREGON CITY, Or., Juns 6. Tnofficfal
returns from 33 out of 36 precJncte give
the followine:
?or Congress Tongue, Rpp, 1911; Dly,
Fus, 1397; majority for Tongue. 514.
For Supreme Judge Greene. Fus, 1450;
Wolverton, Rep. 1347; majority for Greene.
2S0.
Dairy and Food Commissioner Bailey,
Rep. 1722; Schulmericb. Fus, 1442; major
ity for Bailey, 280.
Prosecuting Attorney 5chueel, Fus,
1940; Allen, Rep, 1771; majority for Schue
bel, 069.
Joint Representative Dresser. Rep, 1535;
Mllner, Fus. 1120; majority for Dreseer, J 16
Representatives Kruse. Rep. 1783;, Tal
bert. Rep. 1S51; Toole. Rep. 1659; Hedges.
Fus. 1773; Gangelbach. Fus. 167S; Colt.
Fus. 1626; majorities. Talbert 10, Kruse
40. HedBes 114.
The returns indicate that th& Citizens
have elected Sheriff, one Commissioner.
Treasurer. Coroner and probably Clirk,
the remainder of the county officers ga
ins' o the Repuollcans. Th vet on
Clerk Is very close.
Yamhill County.
MMINNV1LLE, Or.. June 6. The of
ficial count made today shows majorities
as follows:
For Congress Tongue, Rep. 161; for
Supreme Judge. Wolverton, Rep, 1S9; for
Food and Dairy- Commissioner, Bailey,
Rep. 233; for District Attorney, Hart,
Rep, 171; for Joint Senator, Smith, Rep,
, 109 125 120 112 120
9S 102 100 101 97
, 100 113 109 10? 100
.125 133 127 125 123
. 127 131 127 128 11C
. 118 120 122 113 115
, 10$ US 120 115 111
, 135 155 140 140' 134
, 37 2S 33 36 36
. 1W U3! 118 108 105
76 82 77 80 78
, 5$ 69 66 66 67
, 140 150 146 148 137
, 52 53 52 59 , 54
, 6S 76 771 76 71
75 83 81 80 75
, 127 131 139 132 133
, 53,. 59 66! CO 56
1001 104 100 102 100
137' 143 14S 135 134
f 130 1491 151 1621 146
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124
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133
231
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145
154
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124
92
94
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15S
150
14S
105
152
155
111
114
144
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81
141
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126!
181
133
116
90
110
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173
139
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149
151
157
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165
161
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15; for Joint Representative, Eddy, Rep,
149; Representatives, Butt, Rep, 114, Lam
son, Rep. 40; for Sheriff, Sltton. Bryan, 300;
for Clerk, Nelson, Rep. 17; for Recorder,
HoEklns. Rep, 24; for Treasurer, Rhude,
Rep, SO; for Assessor, Yocum, Rep, 253;
for School Superintendent, Littlefield. Rep,
267; for Coroner, Chapman. Rep, 1C6; for
Surveyor, Branson, JR.ep, 77; for Commis
sioner, McCrea, Bryan, 202.
The woman suffrage amendment was
defeated by one vote; the municipal indebt
edness amendment by 453 votes; the Ju
diciary amendment by 723 vote", and the
irrigation amendment oy 3S3. The re
pealing amendment carried by 81. Stock
are allowed to run at large by 529 majority.
Klamath County.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., Juno 6. Of
ficial majorities in Klamath are as follows:
Tongue, Rep, for Congress, 46; Wolverton,
Rep, for Supreme Judge. 50; Bailey, Rep,
for Food and Dairy Commissioner, So;
Williamson, Rep. for Joint Senator, 34.
The vote for Joint Representative was:
Emmltt, Rep, 544, Baldwin. Fus, 441, Liebe,
2Si-. McGrecr, Rep, SS2, Roberts. Rep, 333,
Springer, Fus, 244.
HIRAM F. MURDOCK,
Chairman Republican County Committee.
Lane County.
EUGENE, Or., June 6. Forty-three pre
cincts reported give: Daly. Fus, for Con
gress. 1470; Tongue, Rep. 1949; Wolverton.
Rep. for Supreme Justice. 2078; Greene.
1711: Ballev. Ren. fnr Vond and Ta!rv
Commissioner, 1704; Schulmerlch. Fus.
1355; Brown. Rep. for District Attorney,
24151 Hazard. Fus, 1567; Booth, Rep, for
Joint Senator. 21fK? Vpntrh TTn- 15G7 The
I remaining returns are expected In tonight.
ana n iney come tne omciai canvass iun
be made tomorrow morning.
Washington County.
HIDLSBORO, June 6. The official
count slvcs for Congress, Daly, Fue, 1136;
Elmore, Pro. 149; Sears, Pop, 141; Tongue,
Rep, 1646. For Supreme Judge Bright,
Pro, 211; Greene. Dem, 125S; Wolverton.
Rep, 1557. For Food and Dairy Commis
sioner Bailey, Rep. 1050; Kenady, Pro,
151; Schulmerlch, Fus, 1348. For District
Attorney, Fifth district Allen. Rep. 1457;
Schuebel. Dem. 1398. For Joint Senator,
Washington, Multnomah and Columbia
Cornelius, -Rep, 1144; Sweek, Dem, 1705.
Marlon Coanty.
SALEM, June 6. County Clerk Hall hag
decided to begin the official canvass of
tho returns of the recent election in this
county at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning.
He will be assisted by William Hilleary,
of Turner, a Republican Justice of the
Peace, and W. T. Clark, of Gates, a Dem
ocratic Justice of the Peace. The canvass
will probably take two days.
Lincoln County.
TOLEDO, Or., June 6. All but one pre
cinct give Tongue, Rep, for Congress,
395; Daly, Fus, 254. For Joint Senator
Smith. Rep, 353; J. T. Simpson. Fus. 243.
For Joint Representative W. L. Wells,
Rep, 393; I. M. Simpson, Fus, 209.
Baker Conner.
BAKER CITY,. June 6. Complete elec
tion returns are in with the exception of
two outside precincts unfinished. The
figures do not change the political aspect
of the county.
Expenses of Shooting: la Scotland.
Chambers's Journal.
As to the sums spent on shooting In
Scotland, so large is the total that It
Is a difficult matter to arrive even at an
approximate estimate. In Perthshire
alone there are 465 shootings, of which
about, four-fifths are let to tenants, and
bring in about 150.000 a year, or an av
erage of 403 a year, which seems about
a fair estimate. If it be borne In mind
that this Is an expensive county, and that
50 of its best shootings fetch 35.000. or
an average of 700 a year. In the whole
of Scotland there are about 4000 shootings,
and as each of them must at least em
ploy one keeper and one gillie during
the shootlngyfeeason. some estimate -may
be formed of the money expended In
wnges andr the number of people em
ployed. .
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shootings there will often be from four to
six men permanently engaged, and from
six to eight others working for the shoot
ing season only. In a weil-known forest
where I once spent many pleasant days
there were three foresters, three gillies
and three ponymen out each day; on the
grouse ground there were three keepers,
with three underkeepers, a kennel man,
and two carriers going to and from the
nearest railway station a total of 18 men
and five horses, not to mention the ponies
kept for riding Into the forest and those
kept to carry grouse panniers. On this
property three rifles could stalk each day.
While three other parties of two each
could shoot grouse, or the six could com
bine for driving.
Through the Fog.
Contemporary Review.
"The gun on the castle will pierce the
fog better than all tho other lights
around."
This was the assertion of the lookout
man on the coast at Dover one thick night
during the late meeting of the British As
sociation. In the experience of the old
L coast guardsman, who had kept watch
on the same guards for many seasons,
the flash of the light-loaded evening gun
outshone In hazy weather all other lights
In the town. He had thought the matter
out after his own fashion, and had come
to the conclusion that by virtue of the ex
plosion the flash was flung toward the
observer, and on this account appeared
brighter. While he -was still speaking, the
clock struck, and with service-like pre
cision a dull flare opened out on the
heights, fairly eclipsing for the moment
any of -the gas lamps, either single or
massed for the town was Illuminated
that tried to penetrate the heavy night.
Without entering Into any consideration
of the old seaman's theory, we may state,
as an instructive commentary, that where
the fog lay thickest the gas flames were
utterly quenching the usually dazzling arc
lamps of the electric light company, which
was Jn keenest competition that week
with the older form of Illumination in the
town. The same, fact has been Inferred,
if not irresistibly brought home, on occa
sions of grave moment. When the elec
tric light was first established at Dunge
ness the Trinity yacht Galatea went
ashore close to the light, those on board
toeing unable to see it Again. In 1879, the
Bast was wrecked close to the powerful
electric light at Lizard Point, Again,
in 1S92. the Elder 'went ashore with
in a short distance of the elec
tric light of St. Catherine's Point. Isle of
Wight; while the terrible calamity of the
Drummond Castle took place in close
prpxlmlty to the electric light of Ushant,
which, according to the evidence of the
survivors .could not even be glimpsed.
Unquestionably, a. true fog Is. largely
Impervious to the rays from the more re
frangible end of the spectrum, and thus It
will often be found in our London streets
that the old-fashioned and much abused
yellow-burning gas lamps will hang out
a warning red beam in a. dense gloom
through which the actinic rays of the
modern electric arc cannot penetrate at
alL
Drovrned "While Flahinjr.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., June 6. A special
dispatch to the Bee from Plymouth. Ama
dor County, announces the death by drown
ing in the Cosumnes River of Charles
Phillips, of Sacramento, and Miss Jennie
M. Vanderpool. of Plymouth. They
had gone -out fishing wltn a party. MLs
Vanderpool fell Into the water, and Phil
lips was drowned In an effort to "save her.
Silver Service for the KcHtneVx.
FORT MONROE, Va., June 6. In the
presence qf the Kentucky delegation,
guests and the officers and the crew of
the battleship Kentucky, Hon. Harry
Weisenger this afternoon presented to
that vessel. In the name of the people of
the -Blue Grass State, a beautiful silver
service of some 70 pieces, which cost
$6000. A banquet was given tonight.
That's Different.
"Who is that man who is eternally talk
ing1 to you about the brevity of human
life? Is It the minister?"
"Minister! That's an insurance agent."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
FIRM FREIGHT MARKET
SHIPOWNERS XrjTWIU,EtG TO MAKE
ANY CONCESSIONS.
Exporter Aro Holding: OS Awaiting;
Development Captain Bolles ia
Portland Marine Notes.
No new charters have come to light In
Portland for several days, and. from pres
ent appearances exporters intend to pro
ceed with caution in taking up high-priced
ships. With a record-breaking crop al
most assured. It Is pretty definitely set
tled that there will not be tonnage enough
available from the list now en routo to
more than make a starter on moving It.
As a matter of fact, all of tho ships now
listed for Portland as far ahead as next
February will have only about sufficient
capacity to move the amount of old-crop
wheat. In spite of this strong statistical
position, it requires considerable nerva
to take ships when they got past 40 shil
lings, when the course of the wheat
grower is so uncertain. Accordingly mo3t
of the exporters have decided that they
will wait awhile and pay 45 and 50 shil
lings if necessary when the farmer Is
ready to sell his wheat rather than charter
ships and find tho farmer unwilling to sell
except at prices above the market value.
In these days of 40-shilllng ships and
upwards, it is refreshing to hear of some
exporters who have looked far enough
Into the futuro to enable them to now find
themselves on the right side of a good
thing. An Illustration of the value cf
wisdom or luck of this kind is shown In
the case of .the British ship Clan Buchan
an and Italian ship Francesco Claropa,
now at San Francisco. These ships were
both chartered several months ago at
31s 3d, and now, on arrival at San Fran
cisco, rates aro up to 41s 3d. The lucky
charterers will thus realize a profit of
about $15,000 on the two ships. There are
not many of thesi cheap ships coming
along to Portland, but -there Is at least
one, on which the charterer will clean up
between J5O0O and $6000, providing that he
does not glv it all away to the wheat
grower. CUSTOM-HOUSE BUSINESS.
Over Fifty Thousand Dollars In Du
ties Collected.
Following Is a summary of statement of
the transactions of the United Ptates Customs-House,
.District of Willamettb, Port
of Portland, Or., as prepared by Collector
Patterson, for tbt month ending May 31,
1900:
Vessels cleared for foreign ports W
Entered from, domestic ports 25
Cleared for domestic ports. ..,.. 10
Entries of merchandlro for dutv 16
Entries of merchandise, free of duty.. 13
Entries for warehouse . 3
Entries for export to adjacent British
provinces 1
Entries from warehouse for consump
tion 21
Entries for Immediate transportation
without aprrajsement 19
Entries for consumption liquidated 94
Entries for warehouse liquidated 3
Certificates of registry granted ,.. 1
Certificates of enrollment grantc4 1
License?, for eoastlns trade granted 6
Licenses to vessels ander 20 tons granted 1
Value of domestic exports 1678,016 to
Receipts f nm all sources
Duties on Imports $ 51,923 40
Fines, enalties and forfeitures.. 6 70
Miscellaneous customs receipts.. 193 35
Official fees 54 30
Tital 3 52,177 75
Refunds and drawbacks paid.... 1,529 74
TOE ENRRGIA LIBELED.
Trans-Paolfio Freighter in Trouble
on the Sound.
The steamship Energlt, which recently
made a trip in the Dodwell lino to Pugct
Sounfl and wao afterwards secured by
the Snta Fe line. Is in trouble 'on the
Sound. The Port Townsend Leader says:
Tho steamship Energia. Is In the hands
of the United States Marshal as a result
of a libel filed against her, and the li
belants claim damages to the amount of
$30,003. The California & Oriental Steam
ship Company claims that the Energia
contracted Titli them to load a cargo of
lumber at Port Ludlow for Australia and
upen he? arrival at tha pert sh6 refused
to comply with the terms of the contract,
and as a result the company has sus
tained damages to the above amount.
The Pacific Pine Company has alee
commenced action against the Energia
for $15,000 damages, claiming that the ves
sel was chartered by them to load lum
ber for Sydney, N. S. W., on May 24.
and by the vessel falling to live up to the
terms of the charter they have suffered
damages to the amount claimed.
From present indications the Energia
will have c. lively experltnce in the courts
before eho proceeds to sea.
CAPTAIN BOLLES IN TOWN.
Popular ex-Master ot the Columbia
Visits Portlnnd Ailn.
Captain Frederick Bolles, one of the best
knowE. steamship masters that ever vis
ited this port, passed through Portland
yesterday on his way home to San Fran
cisco, after a brief visit to Puget Sound.
Captain Bolles was for nearly 20 years
master of the steamship Columbia, and
was also master of the old AJax, Ori
flammo and a number of other well
known, old-time steamers on the Portland
San Francisco route. He reeignod com
mand of ths Columbia about five years
ago to take the office of lacal Inspector of
steam vessels at San Francisco. The
genial old skipper has bleached out a
little since ho abandoned the bridge of a
steamship, but is looking hale and hearty,
and not a day older than -when he took
the Columbia out of Portland harbor for
the last time, about five years ago.
Marine Notes.
The Astoria fishing schooner Jessie
sailed yesterday afternoon for the halibut
fishing banks.
Tho SrltiBh ship Argun finish! loading
yesterday afternoon. The vessel arrived
in tho river with, cargo aboard less than
a month ago, anfi has had very qui 2k dis
patch. It is xeporteC that Captain James Coch
ran, upsrintendent of ths Central Navi
gation Company, has resigned his posi
tion with that eorapany. His successor
has not yet been named.
The British bark Criffel arrived out art
Falmouth yesterday, alter a passage of
132 days from the Columbia. Ordinarily
this passage w-vuld be considered excellent,
but the ships have all been going home so
fast this ysar that it can hardly be classed
better than "fair."
Domestic and For-lgm Ports.
ASTORIA, Juno 6. Sailed Schooner
Jessie, for the halibut banks. Condition
Oregon Mines . .
Davison, Ward & Co.
Invite the attention of mining investors to this
promising field. They deal in
MINES. STOCKS. LEArJES AND BONDS.
Only property of merit, after careful Investi
gation, will be handled. Members Oregon Min
ing Exchange. Correspondence solicited.
40S CHAMDEK OF COMMERCE.
The Oregon Mining
Stock Exchange
Auditorium. Chamber of Commerce- Bldg.,
P. O, Box 670. Portland. Or.
J. E. Haseltlne. Pres.: David Goodsell.
Treas.: F. J. Eard. Sec
Directors L. G. Clarke. J. E. Haseltlne.
David Goodsell. F. J. Jennings. I. G. Davidson.
F. V Drake. E. A. Clem.
Geo. W. Lloyd.
T. W. NerllL
Lloyd & Nevill-
MINING ENGINEERS.
TJ S. DEPUTT MINERAL SURVEYORS.
Kootns 533-035 Chamber of Commerce, building
Portland. Or
Teleohon Clay S37. P. O. box 1043.
of -the bar at 5 P. M. Smooth; wind,
northwest; weather, clear.
San Francisco, Juno S. Arrived Barken
tlne Tarn o' Shanter, from Wlllapa, Har
bor; steamer Washtenaw, from Tacoma;
steamer Umatilla, from. Victoria. Sailed
Steamer Newsboy, for Seattle: steamer
Mackfnaw, forSeattle; steamer Germania,
for Seattle; steamer Wellington, for Che
rmlnus. New York. June 6. Sailed St. Paul,
for Southampton: Noordland, for Ant
werp; Majestic, for Liverpool.
"Hong Kong, June 6. Arrived Belgian
King; from San Francisco.
Auckland. June 6. Arrived Alameda,
from. San Francisco.
Sydney, June 6. Sailed Moana, for San
Francisco.
Southampton, June 6. Sailed Kaiser In
Maria Theresa, from Bremen, for New
York.
Port Townsend Arrived June 5 Bark
J. D. Peters, from Alaska.
Seattle Arrived June 5 Steamer Cot
taire City, steamer Dlrigo, steamer Oriza
ba, from Dyea. Sailed June 6 United
States steamer Seward, for Nome.
Falmouth, June 6. Arrived British bark
Criffel.- from Oregon.
Vaucouver. June 6. Arrived British
steamer Empress of Japan, from HonS
Kong.
Antwerp, June 6. Arrived Ship Alster.
kamp. from Portland, Or.
Cardiff, June 6 Arrived June 4 Brit
ish ship Glendoon, from Seattle.
Che Foo Sailed June 4 German ship
Brynhllda, lor Tacoma.
Cherbourg. June 6. Arrived Phoenician,
from New York, for Hamburg.
Queenstown. June 6. Arrived Waes
land. from Philadelphia for LlverpoL
Southampton. June 6. Arrived Saale,
from New York for Bremen.
Glasgow, June 6. Arrived Anchorla,
from New York.
Moville. June 6. Arrived State of Ne
braska, from New York for Glasgow, and
proceeded.
Cherbourg. June 6. Sailed Kalserin
Maria Theresa, from Bremen and South
ampton, for New York.
New York. June 6. Arrived Lahn,
from Bremen.
EASTERN MULTNOMAH.
Petition for
Rural Delivery Other
Matters.
GRESHAM. Juno 6. The petition for
free mail delivery at Gresham was pre-
pareu ana sent xo .rosimisiress .ncwu on
Monday morning last, and was signed by
153 heads of families Inside of two hours.
One hundred names would have been
enough, but every one was eager to have
the sjstem Inaugurated, which will un
doubtedly be done as soon as practicable.
Tho three carriers to be selected will come
under civil service rules, and will hava
to pass the required examination before
they can receive their appointments.
The Orient School.
Teachers for the Orient School, Joint
District No. 6, have been chosen for thi
ensuing year. They are: Principal, Mrs.
Alva Featherstone; intermediate, Miss
Kate New; primary. Miss Alice MerrilL
Professor A. M. Low, who taught last
year, has been chosen principal of the
Lent School.
Brief Notes.
The wife of Dr. H. L. Power, of Gres
ham, has been very 111 fothe past three
weeks, and Is still quite low, although Im
proving somewhat during the past few
days.
Walter Emory, who was so severely in
jured in a saw mill a few weeks ago, is
improving slowly. He went around with a
flywheel and came out nearly dead, with
out a stitch of clothing and a large number
of bones broken.
Quotations of Mining: Stocks.
SPOKANE. June G. The closing bids for min
Ing stocks today weret
Blacktall SO ISM
Rossland Glant-.JO 03!4
Sullivan ........ lo-t
Tom Thumb .... laia
Winnipeg ....... 14
Standard Y-,
Golden Harvest. l
Jim Blaine 10
Lone Pine Surp. UYi
Morn. Glory .... 3j
Morrison 2
uewey ..........
Bodle
Chas. Dickons ..
.tTincrss Jiaua .. oi
Kenubllc &
4fc
Reservation .... 13?
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno O. The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks tcday were:
Alta. 50 03Justlce $0 09
Alpha. Con 4Mexlcan 23
Andes 0 Occidental Con ... 13
Belcher lOphlr 12
Bet & Belcher... 28 0erman
1'
Bullion 21Potol
Caledonia 1 10aage
Challenge Con ... 14Seg-. Belcher .,
Chollar 22jBlerra Nevada
Confidence GOLsilver Hill
Con. Cal. & Va... 1 SOStandard
Crown Point 0 Union. Con ....
Gould & Curry... 13Utah Con .....
Hale & Norcrooa.. 27Yellow Jacket
21
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NEW YORK. Juno 0. Mlnlnr stocks today
closed as follows:
Chollar K IT!
Ontario 56 0
Ophlr 42
Plymouth 10
Quicksilver 1 50
Crown Point ..... 7
Con. CaL & Va... 1 45
Deadwood 50
Gould & Curry... 10
do i?rei
S 75
Hale & Noroross.. 23, Sierra Nevada ... 30
Homestaka , 60 OOlStnndard 4 00
Iron Sliver 60UnIon Con 19
Mexican 22 Yellow Jacket .... 12
BOSTON, June 6. Closing quotations:
Adventure 0 31V4Humboldt 50 50
Allouez M. Co.. 1 jOsceoIa 60
AmaL Copper .. SS'IiParrott 39'
Atlantic 2iiiQuIncy 1 io
Boston & Mont. 2 05 iTamarack 1 83
Cal. & Hecla 7 05 lUtah Mining .... 25
Centennial 17 IWInona 21
Franklin 121&I
Rates Undisturbed.
Telegraphic advices from the East an
nounce a break in freight rates by the
Western llns. Investigation substantiates
the fact that such is not the case here, at
least. Both the initial lines and others
here report that they are not tinkering tar-
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DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
Real Estate Transfers.
Henry D. Tremblay and wife to Will
lam B. Gulsness, lot 7, block 4.
Cook's addition; June 6 51359
Susan B. Goodsell tc John M. Cressy
trustee, lot 3, seotlon 4, and B.
NW. it and lot 1. section 3. T. 1
N R. 6 E., containing 123 acres;
June 9. 1S9S
Addle Harman and husband to W.
L. Buckner. lots 1L 12 and 13, block
32. Portsmouth; May 31
Alice Alexander, administratrix, to
Addle Harman. same. May 22...
Alberta C. Fraser and T. L. Fraser
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Marrlngre Licenses.
L. G. Lenon, aged 2i; Alma Weolsy,
aged 22.
G. D. Randolph. 34: Carrls Matlock. 25.
Henry Kapp, 3S (Shasta County Csl);
Christian Bauerl. 27.
Charles Hug. 23 CUnion County, Or.);
Ella Proctor, 20.
Building: Permit.
H. B, Albee, two-story house, southeast
corner Hancock and East Nineteenth
streets, 53000.
Births.
May 13 3vy, to the wife of Carl Aben-
52 I droth, Jr., 433 Stark street.
1 I M'oi- 93 T?vi.- in. thn -ai'tn
May 23 Bey. to the wife cf Emll TTtler,
Good Samarian Hospital.
May 25 Boy, to the wife cf William J.
Hayden, 305& Third street.
Railroad TVotes.
C. H. Markham, general freight end
passenger agent of the Southern Pacinc,
returned last night from Sllverton.
R. R. Ritchie, of San Francisco, Gen
eral Pacific Coast agent ot the Chicago &
Northwestern, returned home last night.
General Agent Coman. of the Oregon
Short Line, is out of the city. He will
visit Pendleton, Baker City, Hood River
and other points.
F. W. Maughan and F. W. Preston, boOi
of Spokane, were here yesterday. Mr.
Maughan is general Western agent, and
Mr. Preston the traveling auditor of ths
Great Northern Express Company.
Xevr Joint Tariff.
A new Joint freight tariff has been eu
thorlzed by the O. R. & N., Columbia
Southern and Northern Pacific. It permits
the use of through rates from all poln.ts
on. the 'Columbia Southern by adding cer
tain, arbitraries to existing rates. These
are 510 per car on stock sheep and 515 per
car on stock cattle from The Dalles and
Briggs. The tariff on which these arbi
traries are based provide for trainloads of
10 or more cars each from stations in
Idaho, Washington and Oregon, to points
in Montana and North Dakota.
One taken every night stimulates the
liver, carries off the .bile, and Improves
the digestion and appetite. Carters Little
Liver Pills. Don't forgtf:ttfls7.
OXYGENOR KING
YEARS OF SUCCESS
treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver.
stomacn msoraers. constipation, diarrhoea.
-Jwarf
jcllsl
snl
dropsical swellings, iingnt s disease, etc
KIDNEY AND URINARY
Complaints, painful, dloicult. too frequent, milky
bloody urine, unnatural discharges speedily cured.
DISEASES OF.THE RECTUM
Such as plies, nstula. Assure, ulceration, mucous and
bloody discharges, cured without the knife, pain 07
confinement.
DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison. Ji. airiciuru, unnatural losses, ua
potncy, tnuruugniy curad. Wo failures. Cures guar-
emissions, dreams, exhaustlnc drains, bash.