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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
EU02NE CITY. OREGON.
REFUSED TO MODIFY.
HIS GUILT DOUBTFUL.
Nnirria lourt Might Nut llaa
t'uHVH'Ird II Im.
Olyuipia, Wa'.i., Junu 28. The u
prcuie oourt May affirmed the Judg
incut lu tho case of Iho state, rUHptlllll-t-iit,
v. William IlulmtM, MpiMillaut.
Iu doing no, tin) oourt stated that thu
question of whether or not thu defend
ant "lu iu Id have Uvu fouud guilty of
murder lu thu first degree had given
liiuru troublu thau nil thu technical cr
turn assigned in tliu cae. The faeU
am that tliu defendant wan a colored
boy, weak bodily, but of great strength
of mind, workiinr in thu Oregon Im-
Jail fa Marrltl Will Mot haiiga III Or.
Iff Im Mhurt l.lna t .
Halt Luke, Juuo ST. Judge Mcrritt
ha refused to uiixlify hi previous or
der in regard to a receiver for the Ore
gon Khort Line & Utah Northern. The
cast) fame up again today on application
of the American Loan 6c Trust Com
pany for a iiualilloatlou, asking that J.
M. Kgun bo made nolo receiver. The
attorney for tlie trout company wan J.
(. Marshall, and J. M. Thurston and
1 1'. L. William represented the Union
j I'acillo intenntH. (ieneral Cowan ap-
pcrod under the sx'ial din-etion of
the attorney-general of the United
Htate to op)xme the application of the
1 loan oouiNuy. Iu addition to au in
; dej iiileiit receiver, the loan company
1 asked permission to laaue receiver"'
ccrtiflcati, had Isrn done lu other
' court, for the rcanoii that the raising
of large sum of money required by the
.....u,,.,i iVn,,,,,!,.'. mliiia .t Frank- order of tho L tali court wax linpru'-li-
liu, King county. William Kuaaell, j cable. Jodgo Marshall said nothing
the man killed, was a large, powerful '"W ''" u'",,,r th" present order,
bully. Holmea and Kuaaell roomed , Is-cauxe it 1 imixissiblo for the trust
together, and, January 24, 1804, con- company to pay a lurge amount of
gregatod at the company' saloon, it ""'"7 to remain under the name man
being pay day. Holme had taken agement a before.
Kuaaeirit piatol from the table in their Heuator Thurston urged that no
room and gave it to another boy, tell-! modification of the tinier ahould lie
inn him ti take it home. Kuxxcll ac ' made, Oolicral Cowan aaid he wa in-
.a .i.......i,.,, .,f ....linu thn 1 strueted by the attorney-general to
pistol and searched Ilolmc. Not find- j strenuously oppiate thu application on
ingthe.pixUil.HuKa. il then aaaaulted the part of the government. The re
the boy, slapping him on either aide of eclver formerly apixiiuted were aati-i-
fu.. un.i ti.iiiu mI.iixIvh liimiiiiue. I factory to the government, aa it inter-
..I.. .i.-i i.. t..i.... . i...ii. Hi.ii.'ti.urM eat rau along with the property. Thu
liu kiwi ii au iiiir m jm j ua.au -
f,.r r I. ami "faleul.iled to have a loan company would have
niifKi-r la fore tha day waa over." an indeH.ndent receiver when
When II.iliiK-a iniide hia . wane, he trot crued iuterext on thu mortgngo
"... '...i.i ....
thu pixtol from thu boy, rcturuiwl to tliu
auliaiu and deliberately fired at Kuaaell,
The llrat shot did not tako effix't.
Kuaaell Jumnl at thu defendant, when
Holme tired again, atriking him iu the
forehead. Kuxaell fell anil Immediate
ly expired. The court aaid:
"Thia la a hard caao. Hud the u.
prcmo court aat aa juror under the
U-xtimoiiy aliowu, it i questionable if
tliey would have felt justified iu re
turning a verdict of murder iu thu flrat
degree, but a re vernal ia asktxl for ou
technical error, which the court I not
able to support Thu flrat error aa
signed 1 want of jurladictiou in the
trial judge, becauae Judge J. Z. Mixire,
lx'foro whom the trial wa held, i not
one of the judge flirted from the
county of King; but a thu defendant,
knowing the iiielllgibilily of the judge,
the right of
thu luortgiigo wa
paid. Ou behalf of the government,
he thought the aeparation ought not to
Ixi made. IIu explained, however,
that he opposed the application ou lie
count of thu ax!uniary iuterext of the
government At the coucluaioii of the
argument Judge Merritt aaid:
"Thi caao ha aiven me great trou
blu and ome annoyance. 1 made
order rexpeeting receiver' rtiflcate,
and xliall not do o now. The imitte
i la-iuu uonxldcred iu the apix'iilx of
other circuit. In the meantime I will
let the order xtiind a before.'
WAS A GIGANTIC FKAWD
the Peralta Land Grant
Case Proves to Be.
Til K CLAIMANT WAS AKKESTKD
Th t'uurt llrM That Kvrry Till l'ai-r
lulruilui'fl In Hi Nult Hail
Santa Ye, N. M., June 27. Tho
great l'eralta grant, xituuted in Ari
zona and New Mexico, and covering
12,42I,00U acre of land, which ha
boon ou trial for three week, wa de
cided tialay iu favor of the government
The claimaut wai in court, appearing
cool and collected. The court held
every title paper to be forged, uud
manufactured, and that the m Union
record of Hun Salvador, Cul., were
forged to euuble the wife of the cluim
uut to connect herxclf with thu I'erulta
family. Chief Juxtice Keed announced
it wa not lieccHxary to determino who
MILLIONS IN MINES.
l arge InvMiiiiiU An MwU In l'aIHe
New York, June 2. "Million of
dollar have been invested iu gold
mine iu the pant few month," wild
John McDonough, prexident of the
Firat Natioual bank of Creede, Colo.
"A curiour proof of the aolidity and
conxervatixm of tho iuveator i thu
fact that they do not allow theae de
tail to be made public if they cau help
it, the odium attached of lute year to
tho mining buaiue being o great a
to almoxt uffect a muu'a credit. Thi
apring ncveral large gold prox-rtic
have DtH-n purchaaed by New York and
Salisbury Succeeds Rosebery
as Premier of England.
THOSE WHO WILL HOLD OKKiTK
Itoxrberr Ainmuiirnl the ICr.lgiiall.ini"
th lluuxi-ur l.onl. ami llarrourt
lu Hi" t'OIIIIIIUIIX.
Loudon, June 2(1. The .Maniui
r,TVu. ..r r: - .. ... l0hiviait to the ,,u.iu
uoa.u cupiuinxia, uuv i. .ii.u wi,'.r f,,,.r 11M1i luir.i d M
a different method to that lu voguu a " i-tx xoine
.... j ... ...:i.i... I form u in uixtrv. but there exixtx aoiin-
lew year ago. ine nay oi wmicm-1 - - . .. iw.ilier
... .1. f ...L.j it ..... i,ibu 1 the condition he attache to hi accept-
gone, iiivexiom uowuiiii a mnv mu.v - ...
t il... t.r..x...w of an ore bodv. auco of tho taxk Will
i '11 ted
They pay for ore in ight Thut i thu
methixl which ha Hindu David Moffat,
of Denver, and other miner o
l.v the oiitioinif liberal liiinixtry
i aaid that he will demand that there
be uo opposition to voting intimate be-
oi Denver, uml other miner go u ' "i-i
wealthy. The capitalist tep in with ! fore the proposed dissolu ion of parl.a
the cash rt,,uired to bring tho ore to mcnt. and that none of the n emlx r of
the xurfiKX). Deal have been put
through thi spring iu California,
Idaho, Colorado, Montana uud Arizona
OlllXlSCll for re-t-lectiou at tho coming
election. Mr. Oladxtone wa in coil
Mr. I'cralta-Kcavi wa, but it w ! a,imo of them running over a million sulfation witn iori
-ni,.li.i ti, I.. .1.1 that aim waa not ... 11..... i.. v .u. leader of the lila-ral until a lute hour
- i aim a uuii iioiitwn. .u."7, ipv- . , , , . , , .;.-..,
an heir of tho alleged irraut. nor I'll-1 ii i...;u t .....1 ,.il...r ...,,i.,.v tonight, but nothing ha la ell glMU
.... rj c I t lllllT IU 1 Ulin. uilKiwu M mi uiin "' j
titled to muiutain the suit The writ- CPuU,ni. there seem to be a mining ' "Ut a their decision on these question.
SIGNED BY ALTCELD.
lllliiiila Hill llrUlliig
Siringtleld, HI., June 27. (lovcrnor
Altgeld tixlay signed the libel bill
u... tri.yl l.ia eaxii ami vet Nuliiniiliinr ! Thi law provide that iu any action
himself to the Jurisdiction, la ing ready I brought for the publication of libel
to avail himself of tho aetlou of the 1 the plaintiff ahull recover only actual
court, if tho verdict should have becu ; amount of damage, if it ahull upiaar
in hia f,ivur. he xhiiuld not lx' ix'rmiit.il at thu trial of such action, that sue
to ohjivt when It eventuate lu a ver
dict ugainxt him. Thu next assign
mcnt of error i that the new law wa
not oWrved lu impaneling a jury.
The supreme court think, however,
the law iu thi case wa complied with.
While the Jury wa dclila-ratiug, three
memU'rt resisted a verdict of murder
iu the drat degree, until told by an
other Juror thut it wa in the power of
thu trial judge to aclitcnce the defend
ant upon conviction of murder iu the
lirst degree, to life imprisonment, in
stead of death. CoUHeqiifUtl.v, the
doubtful j u Mrs oolisculcd to a verdict
The court hold tho Juror were not In
terested iu a penalty which could be
iiiUKwcd by the court Several other
minor error are also urged, but all not
of sufficient weight to justify a reversal
of the judgment
llii. t'liainiluiixlili I'lglil
Dallua, June 28. The plan for tho
treat a in phi theater for the scaling of
the 40.U0U Mxiple who are cxxvted to
w lines tho (Virlx tt Kitxximmoiis tight
are ulamt complete. The ground chosen
ia two mile from the heart of the city,
in giaxl walking distaiue from the
Texas raeillo and Central railways,
and along the line of tho former. The
Texas I'acillo will undoubtedly run an
accoinimxhiltou of tweuly-tive coaches
to relieve the four street ear line w hich
run to thu ground. Dallas ha four
tlrxt-clusa hotels, one Ixmsting of beliirf
the lluest in the South, thirty of tho
miMiid-cliiss, and boarding houses by
The uggestioii that John Duffy, of
New Orleans, referee the fight, I well
rtxvivcd at headquarter. It i con
ceded that ho is a muster of prixe-ring
rule and that no fairer man could have
Wfii found iu tho world.
Tho story that Corlx tt will train at
Terrell i not credited here. Tho
weather in Tex a up to the Ix'giuuing
of OcMht is tixi hot for that work. He
w ill doubtless la) here for three or four
week bclnre the tight or during (k-to-1
1st. The ixld art) still ou CorU'tt, but
Ihe 1s t by UrtH-n of 3,000 to f.'.OOO
ou him i the only one yet rcMirtcd.
publication were true, or ita falsity
waa due to a mistake for misappreheu
siou of fact or in the next two regula
issue of tho uewspaiM'r, after the mi'
take or misapprehension wa brought
to thu knowledge of the publisher,
whether before or after the action had
been brought, a correction or retraction
wa publishisl iu a conspicuous
manner and place a wa thu lilx l, uo
exemplary or punitive damage shall
I hi recovered un less the plaintiff ahull
la'foro bringing suit, give notice iu
writing to thu defendant to publish a
retract ion or correction of the lilad
and before bringing suit allow the do
feudant reasonable time to publish
such correction or retraction. The
provision of the act shall not applv to
a case of any lilad against any ciuidi
date for public ollliv, miles the ret rue
tioii charge i made editorially, in
conspicuous manner, at least ten day
Ix fore tho election.
CURE FOR INSANITY.
Nlxgara's ICIrrtrlr I'.v.r ll.iuxr.
Niagara Falls, June 28. For the
tlrst time since tho work of construc
tion of the gn at electric power house
here was Ix gun, a practical aud public
tt of it working ha Isvii made. It
ia a aucocs Ix jond further doubt, aud
l.'iO eliH'trical engineer who am hem
from all part of tho I'niteil State am
tilled with enthusiasm over what they
have seen. The largi dynamo wa
start i-d and run at full speed all yes
terday afteiimxin 2o0 revolution a
minute. I'pward of il.lHHI horse
power wa i1cvc1csm1 and the full limit
of 5,000 horse-Hiwer might have U'eu
irtxlueed only for the fact that some
part of the machinery are not yet com
plctcd, a.;d it wa thought best not to
put on the full loud.
Tlir n Mllll.r.l Trll.ra.
Kufala, I. T., June 28 The inter
national council of the live civilixcd
tiilx' met hem tmbiy, with W. A.
Duncan, of thu Cherokee nation, in the
chair. Tho council took up the propo
aitioti of the Dawes commission. Chief
Harris, of the Cherokee nation, (lover
nor llrowu, of the Seminoles, and
other chief xike against any change
whatever in the tribal rclutioux or land
tenure of thu tnU s, and against any
change a proMcd by the Dawe com-mission.
A t lilragu l'riifri.r llt-llrvi-x Kleelrle-
lly l lli tliily Itrllirily
Chicago, Juuo 27. Professor II. W
Yoiinel says that elivtricity i tho cum
for insanity, and he wants the county
commissioner to give him the oppor
tunity of treating insane peraon with
out interfemniH) oil the part of the ollb
cial. Ho has writteu a letter to Pres
ident llealy, iu which he say that
those who am now treating the insane
patient depend ou Ixxik with the
opinion of other, and are without
originality. KUvtriclty, ho say, la
the cum for insanity, and he wishes to
try it ou the patient at Dunning. He
say that the prevailing idea that in
sanity l caused uy mental disease, or
that the brain i the seat of the mal
ady, is wrong. All the diltlcultv is
from a re tic x action on the brain from
local cause lu thu laxly. He says he
i certain he can cum the insane in
mate of the asylum if the county
commissioner win nut give him a
AN INGLORIOUS END.
Th t'hllila' rillhuatrrlngj Kirilllluii
Mrt Willi ItUaxIrr.
Washington, Juno 27. Word reach
ed official quarter in Washington to
day that the filibustering expedition,
which wa ts'licvcd to have gone to
Cuba ou the steamer Oeorgu W.
Child, ha come to an inglorious end.
Tho Ixmt wa located after reaching
Jamacai, but nothing definite ha ever
becu heard of the party, beyond, the
vuguo statements that they landed at
nouie mmote point ou the Cuban coast.
The last of these rcxrt wa received
two weeks ago. Information uow
reaches the official hem that leads to
I the Ix'lief tht the party did uot reach
j Culm, but met with disaster off the
' Florida coast. Six of tho crew have
j returned in a famished condition, hav
ing lived ou cralxt iu the marshes of
the key ou the Florida coast. From
tho fact that them t uo trace of the
rest of tho party, the officer believe
that those who have miffemd such
hardship am tho main band of the
I'twh Muiitlirrn litlrrrst tlrfniillnl.
New York, June 27. Holder of the
general mortgage and extension mort
gage IhiiiiIs of the Utah Southern Kail
Mad Company have been not i lied that
tho payment of interest ha been de
faulted. Messrs. J. M. Han and Oli
ver Ames, trustiv for tho first mort
gage, have called a meeting for the
landholders for July , iu thi eitv,
l'hlUdliliia Mli.l lu l
rhiladelplii, Juuu 2S. The iMinag
.1....... ....... ..f .1... Il.i.lt tl.iw. u-ill 1...
shut down July I for the purpose of ! ;t!l,irh"1 ' Uk,'U
cleaning up and making necessary re-1 ' -
pair. The work of coinage will bo tivmuark W.uu a Nl r.iri.
ausx-mxl for only two wk. but a Nw York, June 2(1. A pccial to
them i big demand Jut now for ! ll. rl.l fro.,. iiUi,,i,..ru i. i.
coin of aniall deuomiuation. eniiU gum u, that IVnmark inteud to oon
anil 0-oeni piewsi, au uuuaual uumia'r ,truot ,1HV1,i ,Hir ou tlw UUuJ o
of tlicae are being turned out Utiruholtu.
tuu opinion w ill be filed by tho chief
justice a six in a it cau be prepared.
Upon adviaeinent, Keavi wu ar
rested by tho United State marshal
for asserting false claim against the
government upon complaint made by
the United State which wa tiled
by Attorney Keynold, nuder instruc
tion giveu by Attoruey-Ueueral Olncy
before he left the department of jus
tice. Attoruey Keynold aud associate,
Mullet Prevost, are being ahowercd
with congratulation from all over Ari
zona. Thi practically end the most
stupendous fraud ever attempted iu thi
country, aud gucccssfully carried out
for a quarter of a century.
craze, but that i for South African Mr. Axquith, the home secretary,
ttM'k, and we do not want any of
that excitement over here, a it di
credit tho business aspect of thu min
Lata Hnrelary'x I.axt Trotaiin-nt
Atluilltt.il tu I'ruliulr.
Chicago Juno 20. The will of (ien-,
t-ral Walter y. (ireshum, lute mrretary j
of Btate, wa admitted to probate today (
by Judge Kohlsuut Mr, (ireshiim
apis'ared in court, accompanied by her
Hon, Otto Wrexham. Judgu Henry W. ;
Dhxlgctt and Oeorge W. Kemp, of the
The opinion wa nuuauimous, and j United State circuit court, tho wit
in announcing thu conclusion of thu
court, Chief justice Joseph Keed said:
"The plaintiff 'a motion to suppress
. .t . . m ......1
certain poriioua oi me esiiiuoiiy iiiuti
by, tho defendant will be overruled.
We are of the opinion that under the
provision of thu statute, under which
thu court is organized, it i competent
for a party to take hi testimony before
a member of thu court beyond tho
limit of the states named in the ac
tion. We are unanimously of the
opinion that tho several dix'uments
upon which the claim purport to bo
based, a existing iu Spain aud iu Mex
ico, am forgeries. The claim appear
to u to be fictitious, uud thu docu
ment appear to have been xurrep
tiously intrixluccd into thu record and
archive at Seville and Guadalupe.
Kiitertaining these view, it is, per
haps, unnivcsHary to go into the quua
ion a to whether Mrs. Keavi i a lin
eal descendant of Miguel Peralta or
uot Judging from her physical up
x'arance, we would say that she i
doubtless of Spanish origin, but a por
tion of the testimony by which her de
scent from the original grantee i al
lowed to be established namely, the
baptismal and burial record of the
parish of Sail Salvador, Cul., are man
ifestly forgeries, and have been evi
dently fabricated for the purpose of es
tablishing her identity. Therefore the
claim may be rejected, and the petition
of the plaintiff will be dismissed and a
decree to that effect will bo entered."
Lord Twcedmouth, the lord privy m al,
also attended the conference.
Tho Times, Post and tho Daily New
agree that Lord Salisbury' acceptance
of the task of forming a ministry is
conditional uism the (tladstoiiiaii not
opposing vote of supply, and au early
dissolution. The limes aud tho JJiiny
New further believe thut no such u-
suranee ha been giveu, and therefore
the issue is doubtful. The Daily New,
which is tho organ of the liberals.
strenuously udvisc against uny such
' concessions on thu part of the lilxTitls
or their opponents.
before uoiiuc to Windsor castle, in
I restioiise to the quccu' summons, fol
j lowing thu resignation of the Kosebery
' ministry, the Muniuts conferred with
the Kight Hon. A. J. Dalfour, con
' nervativo leader ill the house (if com
: mous; the Duke of Devonshire, union
: ist leader iu the house of lords, and
with the Kight Hou. Joseph Chaiulx r
lain. unionist leader iu the house of
; Gossip continue busy as to tho
I makeup of the coming cabinet, uud the
! best opinion seems to be that the Duke
I of Devonshire will be given the place
executrix of tin will. Witness my of foreign nccreutry, with .vir. liuiiour
timid thi 18th dayof December, 1NN8." aa first lord oi tho treasury. -Mr.
Tho schedule of property owned by j Chamberlain is talked of as secretary
General Gresham show that ho was : of state for war.
worth 151,000 at the time of hi death. ! Tho uotico sent to conservative
Of thi 40,000 ia iu mal prcqarty, and agent throughout the country to pre-
licsac to the will, were also present
The will i very simple. It is writteu
iu Judgu Oreshum'g owu handwriting
upon onu sheet of paper, and dated De
cember 18, 1888. It is a follows:
"I, Walter (j. Gresham, do hereby
make thi my last will and testament
I give, devise aud bequeath to my wife,
Matilda Gresham, ull my estate, prop
erty and effect, real and personal, and
of every kind aud description, anil
wheresiM'ver situated, to have aud hold
absolutely. I appoint my wife nolo
11 r la lln-larril .Not llullly of Ilia Mur
der f Harry I'raarr.
Seattle, June 2(1. After being out
forty-live hour aud thirteen minute,
thu jury iu the case of Paul K. Page,
charged with thu murder of Harry
Fraser, tonight brought iu a verdict of
acouittal. after a trial lasting all last
week. Pagu is u farmer from .Mitchell,
S. D., who wa ou hia way to Alaska
to engage in mining. Fraser wa pro
prietor of tho Northern hotel bur. The
night of April 22, Page engaged iu
game of dice with fraser lu the
Northern hotel bar. E. O. Manlen,
the bartender: William lreton and
Frank Johnson were present A dis
puto regarding change arose, which
ended iu Page sluxiting Fraser, who
died a few day later.
The prosecution eudeavored to prove
that Page wa eager to gamble, and
drank live or aix absinthe ox'ktails
during the evening; that ho tried to
swindle Fraser out of change for a (10
bill, aud that when Fraser grabbed the
bill ho fired. The defense claimed
that Mardeu and Johnson wow loaded
dice men, aud knowing that Page had
about $:l(10 ou him, conspired to drug
and rob him; thut Pago only drank one
cocktail, and that wa drugged; that
he only tired when ho felt himself
yielding to tho drug, and had just
enough sense left to know tho men
were pouncing on him to rob him; that
he, therefore, tins! iu self-defense, hi
sense of proixirtion being no clouded by
drug thut he wa incapable of properly
gauging tlie mean of defense to bo
The defense thoroughly broke Mar
deu and Johnson' testimony on cross-
examiiiaitou, aud exposed them a
gambler and diiv-Hwindlora. The ao-
.initial i largely duo to the dirsepu-
table character of the wituonse for the
prtwccutiou, aud failing to put Fraser'
dying statement iu evidence,
Tlia Onlrr u th Iron Mall.
Indianapolis, Juuo 28. The superior
court judge late thi aftermxui made
know u their division iu the claim al
lowance iu the Iron Hall caae. The
receiver, James F. Failey, had asked
tor J7,50O. The court allowed him
2S,miU. Hawkins aud Smith, attor
uey, were allowed (14,000 additional;
A. C. Harris, 1 10,000, aud Harold
Taylor, f3,2:0 additional. V. D.
Howe, tho attorney who fought the
claim for large allow auecx, wa giveu
1,000, or all that ho asked for. Tho
laim of Chambers, Pickens and
Moore, aud of Finch & Finch were uot
Aa Austrian Court-Martial,
lAiuburg, Auxtria, Juuo 20. A
court-martial wa held at IVaeuiyala,
which tried twenty-six Hussar for tlie
murder of a sergeant Three non-com-missioned
officer aud teu privates,
who were chosen by lot to do the deed,
wer sentenced to death aud the re
mainder to imprinoumcut tor life. The
ooudemued uieu have already been
the balance iu personal effects.
other heir are Otto Gresham, the
and Kate Gresham Andrews,
The Pare for a dissolution, is indicative of
on, Iird Salisbury' plan. The conserva-
his tives and the libcrul unionist are seen
to be in perfect accord, and no embar
rassment is anticipated ill thu makeup
The Kttraliiinmna Trial. of the cabinet from Conflicting claims
Syracuse, N. Y., Juno 20. Uobloftho allied part ica, which am now
Fitzsiuimoii appeared iu thu court of I practically one. Mr. Goscheu, who was
sessions today to answer to tho indict-, chancellor of the exchequer iu a former
mcnt charging him with killing Con cabinet, is slated by tho gossips for
Kiorduu, hi sparring partner, iu the first lord ut the admiralty,
course of an exhibition giveu in this It i expected that immediately ou
city last winter. At 3 o'clock only j the passage of the seal fisheries bill for
four juror had becu selected. The the regulation of sealing iu Hchriug
judgu overruled a challenge for actual ! sea, which was presented by Sir Will-
bin, uiadu by the attorney for tho de
fense, ou the ground that a juryman
was a church-memlier. It was also
ruled that predjudico against prize
fighting, unless such predjudico existed
iu thi particular case, was not sulti-
uieuc tu aisquuiiiy. indications am i
that the extra panel of fifty, drawu
for the trial, will not furnish u jury.
V liuu court adjourned touight nine
lain crnou Harcourt today a au
urgent measure, there will lie au ad
journment of parliament for several
day, and it is possible that thu new
ministry will not be announced until
the end of thut time.
Humors that Sir William Vernon
Harcourt will retire from public life if
Lord Kosebery is retained iu tho lead
ership of the liberal party, I denied by
juror had becu accepted suhjict to ' tho Daily News, tho orgaii of the liber-
ixjremptory challenge in tho Fitzsim
moua trial. wuo oi tne attorney in
the case expressed au opinion after
court adjourned that only two of them
would bo finally accepted. It was
learned tonight that the prosecution
intended to show that Fitzsimmous
struck a malicious blow, aud that he
should not have Ivccn intoxicated us he
wa on tho occurrence.
ANHHHNlnHHi.il It In OI,J't.
Clyde, N. Y., June 20. William
Campbell, au old soldier from Kuffalo,
N. Y., i in jail hem. Ho told Chief
of Police Hamilton that ho wa ou his
way to Washington to kill Grover
Cleveland. "I know the chap well,"
he aaid, "and 1 mean to put him where
he won't bo able to do the old aoldier
any more harm. " Kealizing that he
had ft crazy man to deal with, Chief
Hamilton replied that he, too, longed
to perform the same act, and suggested
that they act together. "President
Clevlend could be mom easily assassi
nated by two men thau one, you
know," ho said to tho lnuatic. To
thi the mail assented and away they
started. Chief Hamilton kept tho man
talking about himself and telling him
he would carve President Cleveland,
until the jail was reached. At thi
point the mail grew suspicious, and
wanted to know what they ahould do
iu thut building. Hamilton replied
that they would step in aud talk the
matter over. The next second the
lunatic wa hustled into a cell.
Our traNfli at klrl.
Washington, June 20. Secretary
Herbert received a telegram tmlay
from Admiral Kirklaud, commanding
tho squadron at Kiel, darVd Sunday,
the 28d, iu which ho nay tho German
emperor visited the cruiser New York
that day. Ho complimented the
Uuitcd State squadron, and the New
York particularly, ou the appearance
of tho work of illumiuatiou. Ho asked
the admiral to thank the president of
the Uuitod State for seudiug such fine
specimens of tho Amcricuu navy to tho
opening of the canal. Admiral Kirk-
land say that tho emperor will visit
the New York again for a mom
thorough inspection. Karon von
Thielinanu, the German ambassador,
called ou Secretary Herliert Unlay, aud
wa shown the dispatch from Admiral
ills, l Hero ha beeu gossip for many
month of disseutiou between Lord
Kosebery uud his chancellor of tho ex
chequer, who ha been thu liberal
lender of tho house of commons.
Tli nrrrii-tiimilx Men.
. Chicago, Juno 25. Chief Inspector
Stewart, of the ixistal service, and sev
eral of his assistants tixlay arrested
four "groen-gixxls" men mid captured
2,000 iu fresh, cleau counterfeit bank
notes. Tho men arrested gave their
names as Patrick Gorin, Koliert Evans,
Chalre Hurch and Lawrence Guinan.
.Mrs. II. C Auson, proprietress of the
Hotel Sterling, at Twenty-eighth street
and Michigan avenue, and William J.
Holsapple, tho bartender, were arrest'
ed, but afterward released from ens
tialy. The hotel was tho headquarters
oi the gang, tor some time postinas
tors m various cities of the West havo
beeu seudiug to Inspector Stewart
green-goods circulars, which they
found iu the mails. All havo come
from Chicago and the ubove arrests re
Til t'Hitur,l NlHgr.ltulilirn.
Ukiuh, Cul., June 35. Sheriff John
sou returned at 1:!10 this morning from
thu Witter spriugs, whither ho hud
gone with siiigo-robtH'r Hilton to re
cover tho money which had been con
i . . j .... ... . & .
cvuicii uy nun outlaw iu a cab ill at
that place, and which was a portion of
tne laxity secured bv tho holdun
L.. 1 . . .. 1
uui iiuiitircu a un ninety- dollar was
rocovetwd. Oldham, Hiltous accom
plice, still maintains hi innocence,
out na withdrawn tho alibi, with
winch, previous to Hilton'sfeonfession
1... .... U. ...... .1 . 1
Boiifciiii iu esiauimn tne innocence
of that party. Members of tho liuptist
ennrcii are sorely grieved over the
uuair, ior uuinam, being a deacon of
the church, wa respected a an exem
plary Christian. The shirt out of
which the mask was made wa fouud
on Oldham' premise. There ami
to Vc uo doubt of hi guilt.
"Iiuwa With rrlxit."
Kome, Juuo 25. Seuor Cavalotti'g
pamphlet against IVemicr Crispi ha
finally becu published. The charges
am mostly those of the brilxry docu
ment Great excitement exist iu
other cities of Italy, where monster
demonstration are being held. These
demonstration are frequently accom
panied by loud crie of "Down with
t'hlragn Ktriilng Mall Hold.
Chicago, June 20. Thi afternoon
the Chicago Kvening Mail became, i.r
' cash purchase, the property of Gooriro
... maim, in liviroil. A HfW XtlH'k
corporation will tie formed to conduct
the property. Mr. Kooth i a aon-in-law
of Mr. Jiune K. Seripps, and is
general manager of both the Detroit
New aud Detroit Tribune. He is also
principal owner of the Grand Kapids
Kvening Press. Associated with Mr
Kooth iu his personal enterprises is
William Hall Turuer, manager of the
Oraud Rapid Pre, w ho w ill also take
charge of the Chicago Mail.
Th ttuNNu-t hlnt-ar l.uan.
London, Juno 20. Them am rn
mow here aud at St Petersburg that
China refuse to gign the Rusao-t'hi-uee
i. . mxwl iuui.lv of everything,
esmiially herriel and earlv thcrrie.
Ihe t earner brought up a mall tupply
ol California produce. F.kh icaice,
and pi ice are still quite firm. Grocer
ie and provision are unchanged.
The local market 1 in a lifele condi
tion, ami anv price that may he given
must be largely iioiniii.l.
ueggre $ follow: Walla W alia, 6it
51c; Valley, BiiiiOJc per uiiHiiei.
Fuf Portland. Salom, Cacali and
Davton, are quoted at $2.75 per barrel;
(Jolddrop, :'.H.r); hnowllake, I2.IK); lien
ton county, 2. 75; graham, 2.y0(a2.a5;
gupernne, 12.00. ,
Otr Goixl white are uuuted weak, ai
27H'Hc; milling, SB'UlWe; ray, 25(t27c.
Kolled oat are quoted a follow : Hag
15.75(i(l.O0; barrel, I0.00ui0.26; caae.
Hav- Timothy. !(.50 per ton;
dual, 5; clover, 1; oul,IO; wheat, 0.
Bai(4.iiv Feed barley. 02',.(iiu3c per
cental; brewing, tOaSoc per cental,
according to quality,
.Miuuiiirrs liran, $11.60; ghnrta.
$12.50; chop feed, $12(315; middling
none iu market; thu ken wheat, 71
in hoc r cental,
Hcri ka 1-ancv creamery Is quoted at
UVuUc; fancy dairy, 10nl2V: lai' t
good, H.'gfcj 10c; common, ','ii7,,fc pel
I'otatok New California, l&l'c
per pound; old, not qilo'able.
25c per sack.
O.niosx New California, $1.2onil.50
I'oultkv Chickens, old. $2( 2.75 pel
dozen; yoiin.g $125 2 50 -r dozen;
dink. i;lO0(n3.50: e-se. .00 0.00 j
turkeys, live, 10c jwr jxjund; dremed,
12c per pound.
Euua Oregon, are quoted H 15o per
Ciikksk Oregon foil cream, lOujllc
ht pound; hall cream, 7(.iWl-; skim, 4
tic; Young Auierua, I . l,'c higher.
Oiikiion VKiitT.tiii.Ka Cabbage, l'jc
per lb; ladishes, 10c per dozen Oiinche;
gieen onions, 10c per dozen; hothouse
lettuce, 25 a ;(0o per dozen ; gieeii Jieu,
2' per pound; rhubarb, l)giu2c.
Ukiiuieh Mrawberne. X'vQfic er
xiund; raspberries, $1.25 per crate;
gooseberries, l'g(2u per pound,
Tkoimcal Fhuit California lemon,
$:).25(iCI.50; Sicily, $5.00(a6.50; bananas,
Honolulu, f l.75ia2.75; New Orleans, f2
(a 3.75 lr bunch; California navel.
$:l.00i'i:i.2j Ikix; blood orange, $3;
.Mediterranean sweet', $2.25(2.75;
seedlings, $2(i22.25; pineajiple, $5wo
C.ti.iFoKNi.t VKiiKTtiii.Ks (ireen u,
quoted fl.25((i 1 60 per box; artichokes,
40c per dozen; cauliflower, 75c(n$l.O0
per dozen ; $2.75 )-r ciate; cui iimlH-rg,
hothouse, 75c(u$l.(Ki; ganic, 12 c? 16c per
pound ; asparagus, $1.50 per box; new
ixitatoee, 1 '.,t' per pound ; siring bean,
Uin7c per miiiui1; giiiiiuu r squash, $1.26
(ir 1.60 ier box ; Florida tomatoes, 20(ij
26c per pound.
Fkksii Kiiiit Apple, 'ood, 2 per
box ; cherries, 75ci $1 ; apricots, f 1.25m I
1.50; plums, ,oc(iifl; jieache, $1.25(it
Vool Yalley, 10(tU2c, according to
quality; Faateru Oregon, 5,,g(i't'lgC.
Jloi-s Nominal at the following
range: 3(ii6c per (Hitim).
N its Almonds, soft Rhell, Ihrfllc
per jKiuiiil; pajK'r nhell, 12 V He; ne
crop California walnuts, soft shell,
11CII2V; standurd walnut, lO'gdfllc;
Italian chemiuto, ll'tnlli'; pecans,
l.linKlc; Brazil, 12's(jfl3c; tillartJi,
H(;il6c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 5o'7c;
toasted, 10c; hickory nuts, 8iul0c: co-
coanuts, lKc r dozen.
faoviHioN hastern hams, medium,
ll'g(itl2c per pound; hams, picnic,
M'aUiHcj breakfast liaixm llv(jj 12c;
sliort clear side, H(sl!ic; dry salt
side, 7 V'iSe; dried lieef hams, VI
Ci:ic; lard, compound, in tins, 1 :
lard, pure, in tins, y'oiitloc; niir' feet.
80s, $3.60; pigs' feet, 40s, $3.25; kits.
$1.25. Oregon smoked hams, II to per
pound; pickled hams, 8.'c; Ixnieless
hams, Ilk-; bacoii, lc; drv salt Mde, 8i",
lard, 5-HHind nails. li"c: 10s. Il'.c!
60s, Uo; tierces, 8c.
tuiui mariim r.
In a. T? n .
Salmon. Columbia, river No. 1. talla
$l.25jl.(i0; No. 2, talis, $2.25f 2.60;
fancy, No. 1, flats, $1.75ic l.M; Alaska,
No. 1, tails, $1.20i!l 1.30; No. 2, tails, $1.00
Sugar I). 4'.,c: C. 4 '..e!air n j,..
dry graiiulated,5V; i uihj crushed 'aud
ixjwdered, (i'c nor nuitml : 1 . ner iu.m.,1
discount on all grades lor prompt cash ;
un nun cm, -c more mail barrels;
maple sugar, 15ni l(k; tier ikmiiuI.
I '. . V H U .. It! ' .w. ..... ...
wni.-v.uiu ruca, i-i'lJJ'ac; Klo. A
H... . . ' .
v-.k, caivauor. L'ii"i i..e; 1 in h
2(i',(ii2Sc; J'adung Java, 31c; I'aleuibanJ
v.iu.i.i. autg,.t , ht((
rvnua llur.r-A u '
The liigglo Horse li,,,!,
rimowlng very vuluulde 4
The iicrvou horse should hit i
and more brau. Tim a,Ut J
be too wide nor too . k
horse a wonderful urn.,,,,,. J 4"
a I . - Ul B..J
mo it leg a r,.w iiiinut,,
drive, with a wool. n ii,ltlu
horse a few ix.tat.x i thH
casioually. They ua. f 7
aud bad for worms. 'i h i,i...l
outMide the stable, not iu u
honto iu tho stable is su cold u t,
a blanket, he should be Kive .V
sUblo uud not a llnnkit
honto ha free am-x to mit t '
ha colio and very rarely u
withlKita. Cultivate. A
MIH'ukillir to Villi r h.,r... u ' ."
that are cn and Un W
growled at and punched ia o
until sour aud tliM-miraged, win
forward their ear and foll'uw W
a heiirtv. vbiil n. t, .i....
- i inai u
ing when they are kindly ,
ugingly urged. If a hurst- ,u kuv!
,l.t.,F nun u.tu.,1,.. .
"""-i or ane u.g l
Dou't draw your hauie too clJ
top; better have them w ide m fc, ,
..1....1. i, t....... ,.
r.uv. t.iu ii.fim; x WXK.
4 huruliig Will, Afldi.
There i uo exaggeration tu ,i
iu uo department of the rtnemg (
greutcr amount of investigatim il
forward aud valuable data ud
discovery being made than in ...
science uml while some of tb, a
tiouucemeiit uud discoverivt lurt W
of little or uo vuluo a Wittfe
amount of useful uud practical nutia
ha la-en placed as a result of uV ,
vestigations iu the hands uf tb di?
man and to hi profitable dm. Aat,
thu uew things unuouiKvd tiuw it
beeu shown how uearly that ferm
and flavor iu butter art- ssmicuimIi,,
that if certain acids were added tu &
Nweet cream that it wa nut Dtmar
for the development of lactic larvr.
iu thu cream, but that it Mold t
churned ut once and cliunied qoitt .
readily and the true fiavur h-n
The investigator on both side ol g,
water have been at work ou thi p
lein and while a gixxl ileal of wurti
tin particular has txru dune it
dairy mcIkhiI no unuuunceniuit i
the results huvu laru uiiide, but ii Da
mark uud (ieriimny the inaiur hulw
ou trial and two rcxrU hurt bn
uiadu. Tho most satisfactory ihu
came from using hydrochloric icid I
luted iu twice it bulk of water tad
ding thi iu small iiuutitie to
Bwect cream. Kverytliing wai
fa.itory except that the butter M t
aroma though it was pMiiuumvd uc
and good by the judges. Thu bem
kept well uud hud a water cuntrot i
13 1-3 per cunt but the low flaw n
against it though not a tmceuf iutvi
wa to bo detected or fuiuiil lijuu.y
His. About the most important liJl
brought out wa that butter ftrat
bo fully dependent upou Iwctcrui N
41 for true flavor rather than the M
providi-d that the latter is wb"lre
aud not of a character to impart t
iou flavor to the milk which fw i
could not be called butter flavor in U!
scusu of tho word.
Java, 2ti(if2Hc: Uhat Java. -ill,. i-i,- u
's .Mokaska and I jfHl. i5''.'Ul t4a
l(K.Miuiul case; Columbia. $21.80 uei
Coal Steady ; domestic,
per ton; foreign, $8.60(a 11.00,
11KANS iMna II whltM. N'n 1 ai-
nonnd; butter, 3V j bayou, 3c; Lima,
Coun.tog Manilla rope, lV-inch. U
........ ..I . . t .
-ii.iftcu ai iw, nun .isai.tK' per pound.
Kick Island, $5(ii5.25 per sack; Ja
BKr Gross, top steers, $3.00(:1.50:
loir ti - i.t . .
beef, 6(o)(i,'gc per
5 ; dressed
iol'TTr?rGr(W8' l81 8,,HP. wethers,
$-00o.2.25; ewes, $:'.00; dre-sinl mut-
w"i per (Kllinil.
KAiuresse,!, small, SuiOc; Urge, 8
.. J'0l'"-iros8, choice, heavy, $3.50(.t
igiu aim n-eiers, $3 25(it3.60,
. gV r iWlllU
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
Flou h- Net cash uritv: F..,ii
tras, $3.50013.00 per barrel; bakerV ex-
.., superfine, $l'.;5(rf2.60,
.,... rreu. lair to goo oJO.c
I' lO TO. Ii''tl.- Iw..; nr..!.,., -Cl
ui .No. 1 shiiiping, IHJ per ctl
choice, til V; milling, 07 V(d$l '
Oat Milling, $1.051.101. ....
prise, f 1.07 S: 1.17 : fanev ImwI i
oJl.OTS,; goo I to choice, H5i mi m".
inir to u.,,,1 no.., nr.... ' ' Pf,.lr
S.5(a87.sc; bW 1.104Tl7.,, 'Z'
11.10.-1.20; gray, 05 00 pe'rVe,,'
lor Quotable at 4irc per pound.
roTATOKs-Orgo.1 BurbauU, CO,.
(6c; Burbanks, 75ot.s5c.
Onions (ioo-l to ihoii-e Calir...!.
t?!.' -5y5J: 0r0. mni
ooi.-Si.ring-an J.mqtun, yearV
',.c;.lo tl to 8 months, ?J
V; IS to 8 months. Calaveras and foot
hill, per pound 8m ( ; . .. .
tf ; Northern, gixxl to choice, 8oi 10c: do
.leecve. 6ew8i,cS Nevada snr'i.L0
ngrii and chonv. 8 a 10c; heavy. tl;c "
liirrtH Oeamery, fancy, Urn l"t
seconds, lli-o: dairv. f... in . ,t '
joo.1 to clmice OoJ l'sc; niHiim grades!
8"..S'tc; store butter. 7.rt7iac Der Lna
Miita-More. llra'S.c;. ranch 13ot
dozen' 't,,,,: 13ll5c fr
Ciiixsr-Kgncv. mild, new. H.s.n
common to good. 3(a5e! V.. 'i.' '
6..8'; Kastern. llaiou?. vc"T
There ha beeu a time when I '
yard wa a heavy ineuiiilmiuce and i
nuisance to its owner, mid it ii 1
for those- who exjM-ct a cmp of frti
from their vine by simply lookinj
It has been asserted and fact
to wnrruut tho conclusion, that
in i. a iv. . .i.tr of its tillllicr hili I I
deney to dry lip its springs aud nnn
aud thu make a bant u wasw
once were fertile fields. The W f
I'ulestiiie wu once ccrtaiuly fcrt
country, but for centiiiie hn
barren and unfruitful.
For use on rose slugs of all ti
rant and giaimdsTry worm a"'1 "
sawfly larvae, use while lurlcU'trp";
pared a follows: To one Ka'10"
boiling water add one taMrtl"
white heelebom iu powder; Hit"
until cold, and apply i the vfllU'
with a flue spriukler or whisk W
Make a gemuid npplicatieu iu ,'
or ten days if them has Urn much n
iu thu meantime, or if the iuvt
not all killed by the first iiiiulu"1
Don't cut off many of the
limb tho first year or you may "
bl.HKl -poison. And if you do cut
any such, lie sum to wax the1"
over well at the time of eut(iK p
it i much better to leave tho
of the larger limb until the "
year when the cut will heal ut
promptly. But iu any ,'"''1 't,,
mind the center stem and avoid
or permitting forks. .,
In planting your trees 1HV""':,T
large one you will want at le't
careful men one to wash the
and lower part of the Uly e '
aud examining for Ixm rs ,0
the trees only a fast us ri U'l to
planters; then one to hold the tree
churn it briskly and in earliest
uumbor three rake in 1' '
noil nt.,l unrlis it under the n't '
i.i. v. i, ...i.i,.., I., with it seuierU
in tiitiitin iiiiaiu
Mtted barnvard manure or
Mm. Ilartlry In I'ri-on.
Canton, Nov., dune -y lrl t
ley ha larn made as coinf"ttwe .
the penitentiary as the H"l",,,u-.
that institution will all""- 1" j
lier of visitor ha materially " '
since she went there, but she
uo one except her most , ,
frii-iwlx Kh is allowed the pro
of a trustv, aud divides her tii
twwu walking on the law ,D
cam tif her child.
Mora Karthqnakra la ''"''"'
Athen. June 83. Sv.ral e
quake shock were felt this meru.
the dUtrict known as I- l-"1,a
ern, OvJSc per pound. "'
tral building were daunig1'1''