'M CITY GUARD. I. L. CAMPBELL. Proprietor. EUOENK CITY... ..OR EGO MURDER THE CHARGE. Pataa toiu-r, Allaa llmr Lit, Arraatad In Aahland. Ashland, Or., June 14. S. E. Lowe. 'of uri Eastern detective awncr. left here on thin cveiiing'a train for Port- Ian. I, en runt.) eastward, with Batea alias Homer Lee, arrested by sir Anti lurfl lute last evening en a requisition from the governor of Mia. mmri, on a charge of murder in the first degree. I It 1m allv''l tluit fix years ago last April Sojst murdered din wife and two 'children, ut Archie, CasH count, in j , Mis-onri, by deliberately chopping them I j to pieces with a hand ax. Smt, according to hiit own story, Athcricu.1. Wl,H ...r.l..r,.,l In I"""" """V "'" -Missouri III JHU1, :.. ....... ' I W.I" NEWS OF THE WEEK " tnUrtatlng Coll.ctloa of Currant Kfaatt la Condsnaad form Wram fuih CvatloaaU. An epidemic, of cholera has broken out in Bangkok. Proof iH punitive that Dr. Unit, the 'THE NEW YORK SAILS She Leaves the Navy. Yard Under Sealed Orders. .ha It la NurmlHd That Hha la Aftar rill-buatora-rully Coaled and rrovaloiiid. prison in Cuba. i over in Washington two months. ! lie then came to Oregon, mid lived in iSoHton, June U. The Unite.J State (miner New Vnrlr. the H.....I.;,. ,.t .1... North Atluntio squadron, with Hear ' '"' 1 'xl' "rl A'limral .Montgomery shard on board, steamed out of the harlxir at 6 o'clock WEYLER'S WARFARE frrarrulliin ! Ifl '" Wollii-ll ( olililiurt. New York, June N. A dispatch fiom Havana to t fir J.u;rnal say: Weyler continue" p,r--cntion i'f help less Cuban Women, who have relative" ill the rebel ranks s.-hora Sir ing, whose husband i." a Cuban load-r late ly l'aiituro.1. .lia.'.el fnuu her holm; mi. I thrown ilitw the home of ile tention, where she Will be kept "ill--oiiuiiiinie i lii" until h'-r hush ind's ourt-martial and execution at I'abiina" iMstlo. Six insurgent", who surrendered to Spanish authorities at "alitiil."' 'le Cll- tn b" pardoned Jones, Vest and Caffery Open for the Opposition. AMF.NPMK.VJS AKK WITHDRAWS Evidence of Stead Enterpris( and A txolerexpbHe,in the print work" the Willamette valley, above (Win'"''" afternoon, not a soul on hour.l of Norccga Bros., I'uebla, Mexico, kill- City, fr year ami a half. He then knowing to what K,rt she in bound, fur uii'l. mg nu or more pen-on Fire destroyed SO.OOO worth of prop erty in Cairo, III. Twenty-five he. I of horses aii'l a number of dwellings were burne.l. A cloudburst, which canned the rivei Morgo in Frame to rise suddenly, wrecked over fillO faetorieH an. I work HhnpK an. I dew. late. I many Hinull towna. It in fiii. I in Astoria, Unn what in apparently e, authority, that .Mai. e".lin W. Sale, of Young's l!iver, whose licap,earaiii'e in Manh laht rreate. aiiiiiewhat of a feiinHiiiiun in alive aiel well. F..iithitiaken were experience. i(l the ctalei.f (laxiiea. Alexin., aiel Home. lam-ll.-e wan ..,ne nu the inlhinllM of Te huaiitepec, where flibtly i'oiHtruete. Ii.mim were eia. ke.l. Unehhoek hoite.1 4(1 heion.ln. Jerome Smeather". bin w if.- all. I neven ' rhiMn n wen. M,iwiie. at Velvinirton, Kv., with I'ariH K'reen, wlihli i j. il-iitallv fell in a bucket of water, due rhiM m rcM.ite. I.-it.l. two .lyin ami jHifBibly none will recover. 1 1 iiij; to engineer ami coielnctor for ". (tiiiK orlern a freight train rrai-he. into a woik train, both iroimr at a ,iu, I I, near Hiiilmin WiwoiiBin. workmen were inMaiilly binlieH beiliL' biirne,! There Wiin a 1'ollinion between Ameri- iin an. I Spanish marine jM v,.M1 (,,, .Mexico. T, Spaninl, hurrahe.l for Weylera'i.l the Ami-i'ieauM for Cuba. Tiie latter weiehepe. by .Mexican ami o" the maiiiicM rri. put to lliebt. The .l. piitnient of Ntiite ban N-en olliciallv inf..rnie. that an internation. ul conference will be hcM in Iterlin fiom (1,-tober II to 10, N'.l7, to ,li UHH the hpiony ipieHtion. There will be lectured an. I exhibit i". lllilB- rate of i an. I four kill. -I, threi went to PorthiiKl, he cay, ami live.l there four year", U-iiijf known an Hamly Hiper. an. I having employiuent moMt of the time with the Pullman Car Com puny in eleaiiiiijf ami niicIi woik in the raihoa.l yarln. lie whn marrie.l in I'ortlaml, an.l hi" wife iH there now, I hound he refie.l to yive her u.hlreHH. When oper left I'ortliin.l, it in claime. be h.i.l aa-year obl i-hibl wilh him, ami it if HUHpecte.l tloit he liiiele Way with thiMchiH, to, after leaving Porllaml. Soper b ft l'oiil.in, h,,t April, ami pave, (IiioiikIi here to SiironH. where he remaiiie l a we.-k, an. I then eamt; back to A"hlaii., April as, where he ha" been working ninee in fanning aid oi. har.l woik. lie ha. I b io.e.1 an or elini.l Iriii t here, ami, ut the time of hi anet, UiiH woikinv on the Owen farm, Hoiilh o tow n, 'i'ho-e who have I known him hiv tbiit he wan an excee.l inly quiet aiel inotTennive man, ami wan an uniirually jf worker. He wan known here an Homer I.ee. When arret, ., he ilnl not .leny beinu i ilea oper, the man w.mte.l, tl lie .oen not a.liiiit the crime c ii.'ain-t him. Iowe, tM. yoim ilete. tive who cap tin. . him, claim" to have (.pent a year an.l a half in H.MrchiiiK for Super, an. I I" have I n on the ca-e off ami on for hix yearn, locating bin man in I'ortlaml I. ml lie. ember. He wan not entiiely mtiMlicI, no returne.l for further iuntruo tioiin. to come back ami follow his trail from I'oitlaml thin way. lleclaimHto have Hpent uionibH in following u clew at Cripple Creek, iiii.I then returne.l F.a-t with the wroiix man. iml parole.l leeree, have an.l Hhnt. The town of LI ( ern triH'ha, wai ent recently. Tin V inh honpital mi l Wi J lei i) amne-ty ciirt-iiiiii tiiilcl . on the wei-t-l.y iii-uiu'eiitn Vl-i ! I the I.m-.iI Spall- , onii-.'iit.-il all nie.li- l.t, but 1 1 -1 not It will only I when the big whita) rruiner in well outni.le of Honton liKht, with her pilot over the able, that the eale.l onlerH will be oi-ne. ami her -,""'H ""I'l'lie" in (lertiiiiitioii iiHcertaineil. molei-t the inin.ile-. It i generally believe.l, however, i 'Jr. Pa(iiera, a woun le I Ciihan nur that when nl,e reie heH C,iio t,'o., ahe f'"" fiom Ca-tiUo'n nlatf, who h.cl will turn her iiohh to the nouthwai. I an.l ''i'"-'" "avana to re- that her twin nercWH will not Moi. until : nllM,rte, wax .i-. ..v.re.l by the pan i.nh cliaiKi'il Che ih HOiiiewhere ill the iniine.li.iii lieihhorhiMt'l of Cuba; for when nhe ftarte.l fhe wan fully proviniom-.l aiel eo.ile.l, an. I couhl, if nen-HMary, v to liibraltar or a lonj ili-tanco without laying in nnppli. h. The New Voik arrive.l hereon .May 21 to paiticipate in tint cremonieH al temliiiK the unveili:, of the Shaw moiiiiineiit. The battle-ship Mafnaciiii FettH (miiiu with the UaKniiip, while the battleship Texas had arrivcl mine hiya pnviou-ly. Tha Texai left a few hiyn nee, but the other two (hips have been nwiiiBing at their luoorinH ell the navy-yar.l until today. The rear a'lmiral mijht have ha.l omo Inkling of uu important rniif .i from the fact that for the l.it f .l iy.i the entire crew ban been har.l at work K' ttinij tlm nliip ready for aea, while her coal bunkern have Uen tilled to ovprflowinir. shortly after 4 o'clock, the ifuiii of the cruiser boomed a part-; inn Haluto to Commodore Howisoii, nf the navy -yard. The anchor was weighed ami Uu rruicr ctviin arouinl in the xtri am and nt.irtc.1 out to cea. although a fuiioiin fraie wuh llu ini. i-h police. iiii.I ..ut to the inilitarv hospital of San Ambro-io. j F.I Cominercjo, in iin editorial com- pliineptary to Piemier Canova-. n;i n . that. HuiM.ite. by I), puy .e I.me at ' Wa-hiiijitoii, he en 1. avored to maitain j apparently c.,. rehitioiH with the I'll I led Slate" nirnply to naili time to ; reinforce the aim a. la and I 1 1 - r arm the .-puiinh port" and complete certain liydock" alreadv under Wiiv. MUST SERVE GOVERNMENT. i.i..n. Itrlatloa to the Hawaiian I.IhiuU Went oer-Tllliiian Fatnra Ki(nrt Bountj.. WanhiiiKtoii. June li. The lonu-de-ferre.l debate on the sui,'ar nchedule of the tariff hill came on abruptly at 1 o'clock today, after the cenate h:nl dis niHe. of the cereal" in the agricultural nchedulc. Joiiea of Arkanca" opened j the debate to Home extent, anxweriiiK j Al lrich'H Htatemeiit on the HUKarj Hi-hediile. Vent Heverelv criticincd the. niiL'ar trut, and urgfifl that the raten were a further triliiite to us vain ir sourcen. Caffery of Louisiana also op poHe.l the H. hedule an a whole. No linal action was taken on any feature of the schedule, further than the withdrawal of the original nenate committee amendment". Ilii" leaven ; the houne provinionn of the bill, with an amendment increaninu the houne ! defTeretitial from 875-1000 to 5-10U: cent per pound. ' The provisions' relating to the Ha waiian inlands went over by mutual consent. Karly in the day Tillman made a lively speech in favor of the amend ment giving an export duty on agricul tural products. The bounty amend ment was defeated, 10 to 59. AN UPRISING IN INDIA, A Number of Olfliera lteirlel Killed lir tha Natlvea. Bombay, .lime 14. A dispatch from Silma announces serious trouble on the northern frontier, and the massacre of a number of Uritndi oincem and native soldiers ill the eovermiient employ. From particular" obtainuhle it seems that two eunH belong n;,' to the IJomlmy mounted battery, escorted by 3(10 men l.1,,i,eii to the First regiment of Sikha and the First Punjab infantry, were treacherously attacked in Tovlii vallev bv a large force of hostile nil- : i t ...l ! i t e..n I he Hint rclloriH Sill. I -Olouci , , Bunnv. two oni. ern and 2(1 pi ivaten had ' V,J "C'k . r,"'-li't t'entlv. He y Gr0 ITEMS 0F CESEmtl! From All tha i ipolln ailrt Will o Ile I'rrnill- leil lit liei(ll. Wa-hinglon, June II. For the lirst time in many yearn the secretary of the navy has inteiHise. bin veto upon the application of a junior oUi. er to leave the naval service. In the pi lit case till 'adel" at Allllilpolin, tieolL'e II. I CANNON ELOWN TO ATOMS. a, to Calixlo with. A Spanish captain and two lieuten ants were tried by com t-niai t ial in ( Cabanas fortress ami sentenced tube ahot for coHiudice in having, after 1 1 days Hiege, Hurremleied the govei iiincnt ions ai ana tirro in eiistern I'll tne patriot ToreeH of (leneral (larcia. More than three score of men have recently deseited from the warsbip New Yoik and .Massachu ettn, together with those who left the Texas while she wan in New Yoik. Tw v eight men look Fiench leave of the Texan and !I0 are missing f , N,.w York. It in not known bow manv are minning from the Massachusetts. ' In every case the di seiters are of foreign birth." Alfred Peaice, in attempting t, Ix'ar.l a train at Mendota, Cal., wuh run over ami horribly mangled. Ho died at the hospital a few bonis after the accident. Lansing, la., wan visited by a sup posed eaitliquake. Aii explanation has been found in the fact that a meteor Wan seen In rail near the city at the time or the nho. k. lumen Williams, c.lilorof theChron. bde, of Armor,., 1. T., was shot ami killed bv a piomiiicnt attorney of that city for an attack made through the columns of Williams' paper. The grasshopp,.,,, r IIK consider able damage in Morrow county, (lr, tlardeiiH b.ive been completely ruined arouinl Lexington, ami in many places entire fields of wheat have been eaten lip. The pleasure steamer llermosa, of San Fiam ivco, while 20 miles oir I... Uoldcii tl.ite, was shaken up consider ldy while on her last outward trip by colliding with a whale. The whale was nearly cut in two and the steamer will have to go to the di jd.s k for re pairs. News coin. -n fiom (Irani county, Or., of the tragic dc.rtl, of JclT Con lev, ahccpuian, at his cabin in the uioiiii. tains. He went to thecreek to get wa ter, mid as he stooped over, his pistol fell from bin belt against the pail he wan carrying, IIM, 1 1 , Wl(! charged. The bullet passed through his body, resulting in death the follow log lay. An Astoria dispatch says the past week lias seen a la.lical change for the better in the run of salmon. The do liveries of lisli have been remarkably Urge, even for this time f t, year. The canneries ate all running at full capacity. Not only are the Ihdi un usually numerous, but the run Us li quidity is cxtraoulinaiily line. As an example, a tUhetmaii one looming, f. ter a lew hours' work, turned into one of the lower town ciinneriea HOchinook hcb averaged by actual Weight moie than (iO siunds ap,ve. n '-oiniuiiiee ot Herman Li. 1 it ninnute ll,lCSSe.l a to tne loicign office complaining of American iMmititiun, mid asking for a heavy import duty on Ameiicaii cycles, on the ground that if nu, h duty i not imposed, 2,000 men emplov.sl ,n tlcr.nan ejele faciei ies will he thrown out of woik, owing to tl,H cxtradordin ary cbeapiiefH of Ameiicaii wbccln. The petition, it is said, in not likely to .-- umiisi, uir ine chciipucss pluine.l of gem-tally lasis oulv tne cycle in question U The lilibusteritig l-rien.la, ban Inen charge or filibustering an ihe.e wan no jmihu nun he Had U-en uutlitted in thia. country. A well dreswd man, about 4S vears of age, committed inicide in don't of the bandstand at (iol.len (Iste pik, San Franciaco, by awallowing cvauid'e cf stassuini. A not. signed "j. t'. Itur tn." to the effect that he had been without to. I ror four daya. and could think of no easier way out of bia mia ery, was found in hit Hsket, but U.. Tnd thia there WM no ci,.w lo h tJcntit. :.l.,l,oi i,f a li.oi ( ul),,!, Nhrll hi tha Indian Head Trotlng; l.roioi.U. Washington, June I I. The state of j Maryland tri'iubled lam evening as the result of an explonioii of !t::tl H,un.n of gun cotton at the government proving ground" at Indian Head. A 12-inch ll h-loa.iing rifle weighing lol.ooO poumlH and woith '.Ti, (ion. was blown to pieces. The ai r-covered "bomb proof" in which the spectators take refuge w hile tesls are made wan wrecked and a dozen naval ofllcers and ordnance exerts narrowly escaped with their, lives. The fin d lest was being made of a gun cotton shell invented by a Chicago man, ami through some umiccoiiutabhi accident the shell exploded in the gun, wicekihg the luoii-ler and its carriage mid throw ing some of (be pieces more than a mile down the Potomac. Colonel O'Neill, the chief of ord nance for the navy, mid several Cnited Stales naval oltlcers ami naval attaches from the various foreign legations bad r..... l. . ioi i.Moiieiv i.ihcii rciiiL'e on a mivy- yar.l tug about a mile f , shore. Lieutenant Anderson, who had been directed to fire (he gun by electricity when the signal was given from (he tug, had g behind a big earth bank or "milt" ills. ut :iuo yards fiom the gun. Ile and other spectators were unhurt, though a massive piece of the gun, weighing many tons, Hew through the air with (rightful velocity and struck the water within loo feel ir the tug. If the spectators ha I gone into the "i'oinbproof," an they usually do, w hen such tents are male, they would all have been killed, lor a big piece of steel at nick it and ripped thiough the l'J. inch armor as if it bad been so much paper. A great hole was loin in the ground win. re the gun stood and the buil. lines at the piov ing giouii.U were badly shaken. Not a particle of the lilassixe gnu or its cairiage r ill . This Wiis the laigcst charge o( gun ver lire. I or attempted to be flie.l from a powder gun. The govern ment (laid ah.. ul .'...000 for the gun blown up, mid it was built t-pe, ially (or these tests. A shell shot fiom this gun w as expecled to pet folate 21 inches of steel at a di-lancc of 1, 500 yards and lo liavel from nix to ten miles before losing iin momentum. Nsl Onlelnla lirlli-rnl. j Washington, Juno 1 1. The navy de partment olllcials were singularly re served almiit the movements of the New Vork, ami showed a reluctance to answer any questions. Secretary lmg, in answer to a diiect interrogation, re plied: "The New York is not going to Cuba; she will next Is- heard from at Home point on the Atlantic coast well north of Cuba." The secretary refused to answer fur ther. It was learned, however, that tin- cruiser iH expected to report next at Hampton Loads, Va., ami that she will be at sea about two days. It is Hurmised that the navy department, i which has been charged of late with the whole duty of lis. king after fili busters afloat, has been advised of the intention of some formidable expedi tion Is. mi. I for Culm to put out from Home northern port. In such case, the department would send out a smaller cruiser usually, but it is said that at thin ti it Wiis a case of choice of the vessel able to g. t under way lirst. Weber of Arkansas, Pennsylvania, and P. L. Pratt liois, sought to resign. Thev I plele.l f.mr years' service ;it the acad emy, the last year being devoted to the engineering branch, ami de-irc.1 to leave and engage in private bu.-ine". Secretary Long, however, found that the engineer corps was sadly in need of nfllcers owing to the rapid depletion of the ranks of the older engineers in late ycais, and he decided Unit an these young men had been educated at the expense of the government, they should render service in return. The cadets, upon admission to the academy, are required to pledge them selves to nerve the government m. ,-s than eight yeais, so these young men will be obliged In take the ii-ual two years' cruise, which round" out the Aniiasilis i rse, at the end of which time they will receive their comiiiin-1 sinus as assistant engineers in the navy and Is- regularly assigned to.lutv. i Wrl-i-a Trrin la Nhnrl. New Yoik, June 14. A dispatch to the Herald fnuu Havana says: It is believed here since the long suppresse.l new " of the allans in Madrid have been made public that I leneral Wcyler'a re tain to Spain will be the mo-i i j . 1 1 -ant result of Cunnvas' succs in retain ing jaiwer. Pnvate lelcgiams have been sent to persons heie in which it was distinctly stated that Camp..". HomingucK and Pid.il had given their Hiipport to Caiiovan only w i t It th plain Htipulalioii that (ieneral W.ylcr should o. In fid, it is felt here that (leneral Caniios, who is now in power in Spain and tills the popular eye, would not on any ii.wunt lend himself to the con Initiation of (leneral Wcyler'a policv. The plan is to scud Ucncial Mann here fiom Porto Lico and then supplant him in turn by (lcncr.il lllanco or Campos. A Teat Vote nu SuKnr. Washington, June 1 1. The test vote .in the sugar m hedule wa" taken bite tisliiy. resulting in the adoption of the licpublican caucus amendment, increas ing the duty on relined sugar from I. OS? to I.OH.i cents per pound, by the close vote of ayes .I'.', uom ;to. 'l'H, iilllrinalive vote wa" made up of 2:1 lie- publicans, 1 Hen rat (McKnciyi, 1 silver liepublicaii (Jones of Nevada), and I Populist i stewarl l. The nega tive vote wan ma le upof Democrats, 3 Populists and silver Lepul it was the closest vote M far tak an issue of importance, and w e. as allowing that any amendments having the sanct of the can mis were assured of adoption. The vote was taken after a day sient in speeches on the etlect of the sugar schedule. The main s) , b ,,f t. ,av came from Alli-on, m charge of the bill, ami Wiis in the tiatuic of an an- nvr to tl hmves made iiL-ainst the sugar schedule as a w hole, and a defense of It. (lorinan spoke against the nched tile and the entire bill, pointing out: thai its cltect wan to burden til pie, w itiiout opening to u kets. White reviewed tin licpublican senate's ,,n th Cunoulttee Ami'liiliiiplit. ! Washington, Juno 12. The liepub licaii members of the finance commit i tee w ill withdraw the amendments for I an additional tax on beer and for a j duty of 10 cent per pound on tea. The i question of revenue is giving the com ! inittee considerable concern. If there ( ollins of i (ilmuld be a withdrawal of the increase ot Uli- ' on tobacco, the bill would not meet the ild com- i ii,..i,js ,i4 u revenue oro.hicer. Kor tliij reason, it has been practically deter mined to make a bank check stamp tax. Th" committee has agreed upon a number of additional amendments tj the agricultural schedule, the most im portant of them relating to fish. The rate on chicory root was fixed at 2'... cents per HPiiiid, the present rate being .') cents mid the original linanco committee rate of 2 cents. ' erning the Hawaiian treaty, i there are several projiositioiifl under consideration by the committee. They include the indorsement of the Davis amendment and continuing: the pres ent treaty in force without reservation, a suggestion to the president that a new treaty should be negotiated, modi, fving the terms of the existing agree 1 melit so as to render them less partial to Hawaii, and a proposition looking to the giving of a year's notice to the Hawaiian government of the abroga tion of the present treaty. This latter proposition is understood to originate with Senator A Idrich, and is antagon- io n ny the s ial champions of Ha- waii. The opinion is freely expressed hy senators that the question of annex ation will be taken up by the adminis tration as soon as the tariff bill is passed. I i. killed, and three officers and 21 men injured. Indications are that the affair is more than a conflict with war like native", and that the notorious Mullah of Piewin.lah is at the bottom of the trouble. The latent advices, however, are that a political officer, Mr. (tee, wan visit ing Shirani with an escort of troops, w hen he was attacked at Manza by su perior forces. The Hritah troops were compelled to retreat and were followed several miles by overwhelming numbers of the enemy. The lighting was des perate. All the British officers were severely wounded. Captain Browne, of the First Sikhs, son of the late Sir James Browne, and Lieutenant Crook shank, of the royal artillery, were; killed and Surgeon Higginson, Lieuten ant Iligginson, of the First Sikhs, and j Lieutenant Scaton Browne, of the Pull- ! jiib infantry were wounded. A second dispatch says Colonel dray has taken command of the British ' i troops, and it is inferred that tolonel ' Bunny is among the dead, us ut lirst : I announced. j I Tochi valley lies north of (liimala, i mid on the road to (ilinrii anil Wuzir i islam. It has been controlled by the British since the elimination of the I Ilimloo-Afhgan frontier, but the tribes have always been turbulent. The inn- : lab of Piewimlah is a notorious fanati cal priest, and has always been hostile to the British. h'toii iv. lie rece v...l n . M .1 " l'tnta . ior the sheen. u.l Ifi I.. -UleJM la. LVni, - inn ii...- poilll.ls. ' "'"M l'lshermen aln,,,, t) Hllea report a go,, the river, and if n. "7 falling expect a large ,,,,7 1 ho Pioneer Mill c. City, in Union c .'T .....I... ". '"h.t, r,' or i ordTH for 5,000 i f..r direct sl,inn,.., , .n:fr. xt: ... MUm Nineteen double. .. 'el... oi joe irailes kl. r i.. ."'""H Mice,,. They go 4 , North Dakota, on the I i.J?. Northern. " The liremen's to,ir,,a,n(,nt . unteer firemen of Kas,ern "J, Southwestern Washing, ' Uiker City last wee k i;,' attended. """'-Ur Tho new postofllce j ial speeded hy Chief Pnla I,,,'1" "'d Inspector Thrall, and , f''" w!r:;ut,, Wn,-X Ill l ie D.I lea nt l ... .... . . 000 pounds a day, ,,d are bein ra,nlly fill,. , w, ,le f -Mountaineer. ' " The track ut the co.il llltna t ... n qui lie, connecting t. new' with the main track, about 1 pit? is m.arly completed. T,e been done rapidly, many citify : a helping hand and pmtii.r in PROPOSED FORTIFICATIONS Cunt l-Hi'tiira I n.ikliiK Over Die Site Hi Marrowstone rolnt. Port Townsend, Wash., June 11. The advertisement by the government for bids to prepare the site for the ereo tion of Puget sound fortifications here has brought to inspect the site con tractors from all over Washington, Or egon and California. Mai row. stone point is a rough steep, high pr.mion- """ 11 lst w,,lk ""I necessarily tank after the water is tiiru.sjii, be the providing of a source of fiesh savs the Astoi Un. S i.r.i .1.... ..r .. t. .... three pretly heavy cuts, but tli.t, I bravely tackled and flnil,Hl. ' U,1,,..ri..t I..... uli . ' "I' ' 1,1 .-mieLis, j had the new reservoir .-c.uit.. , ; when the water had nearlv , i, taken out of the hi.- .,uk. the Via was found to Ihj iil,., with ta-j,: mountain trout, of all fiz-s and Mr. Shields had all the ti-b car,!-', preserve.!, ami will rep.v thero la i water. Prospective contractors think it will he necessary to dig a well SO to 100 feet deep to obtain it. The con tract for the Marrow-stone point work will be let June ltd. Condemnation pro, cediiigs for title to 1,000 acres for the foi t ideation site on Point Wilson are under way and bids for contracts for preparing the site will appear in a short time. Fifteen hundred acres of land are included in the Point Wilson fortification reserve. The advertise ment for bids stipulates that work must begin within 10 davs after the contract is awarded. CHEYENNE WAR SCARE OVER. cans. ken on accept- Yellow PFANNER IS MISSING. to IHa.aiM-araiH-f. of th l'i,. lt of ,h. Koresl Unite Hank. Forest drove, Or., June 14. The Forest (trove bank closed its doors at noon today, because of an order to that etlect received by Cashier F. T. Kane from Anton Planner, the president of the bank. The order came in a registered lettei to Mr. Kane, from Portland, in which Utter was also an assignment to S Hughes and A. Hiiiman, made by Mr Planner for the benetit of all his'cred-It.ils. Ill the Hair unit Shiii ii- r, anil White Hull W ill Kiirrioiiler. Denver, Colo., June 14. A snecial the liockv Mount Hill ltU-u fa-.,... Mi esCitv, Mont., says: Sheriff (Jihb and St.K-k Inspector Smith reached this city this evening, having i custody Yellow Hair and Sam Crow, the two Cheyenne Indians implicated in the Hoover iini-der. Agent Slouch called the Indians all in and the arrests were made by the Sheriff, no resistance be '"K ottered. Chief White Bull is still at liberty, but can be mrested at unv time, having expressed himself as will ing to appear in court when wanted I he sheriff, lid not think it advisable to ar.est him until matters had subsid ed a little. The I. i, rl.l A. U"..i... 1 1 ii . v-empwr, llillsboro, has co em-H a n-tu-i that will have a capi.-ityuf lOl.v gallons, iin. tank on the ton llillsboro holds 70,(101) giilloii;, n: wiui inu new tank the rcs.-rve ry; will be 170,000 gallon-, cm.iiglit.ik-! four streams flowing for tliMjr,!, half or four hours. The new unktl he set in the rear of the stutiojul (.... .i " n.e .oiiiii. W'ashh.Kti.n. (tood crops of goo-c!i,'rrie8ir'rn! on a number of ranches in Tlu-sw county this year. The berries ml sold in the Sound mark. ts. The lieu-land settlers in Eevi Washington are preparing to o'ltiav to tight the Northern Pactm- Kiilns; Company for titles to their lan la. The plat of township 24 north. nrr 11 ,t-..o l...u I....... i:i . i :.. .1... ot.-.. ..-fc, ii, in oeei. lui'.l ill mc cji hind office and applications fur laolii this township are now beiii rwrifi There are uhout 1,000 sliiiiule k'.s in the Toiitle river, bet wirn them' and Tower, in Cowlitz county. Tu river is low, and the drivem are kit ing a hard time getting the Muof- A number of wheat sacks lure!' stolen from the warehouse! in Ai' Walla Walla county, lately. In night more than 2.00(1 "iick ft stolen. There is no clew to the thin plotection- communication com-until econiea famous. Hteaincr Three acquitted of the A ( I'lonr In Inn a. Mason Ciiy, la , June II. At 0:50 tonight a cyclone stiuck lioithwcnl ol Lyle, Iowa, taking a souiheiistcrly com se. Sevciiil people me reported killed and injuied. The cvcl.me tore up nouses mi l other buildings in Us course, mid the teriitory is now hare. The path of the storm wan about half a mile in width. All telegraph Imca north are down, and box-cats on Hid ings we e ciui-hcl into kindling. A cyclone passed over the town of Kamiiyoh, Wilmar eotintv, Minn., ami entirely dcniolished the buildings on the f.um or John Itetquist. A. W. Miioinll c. l.l, n Isll, Kllleil. Snikane, June 14. Aided W, Nick erson, an old resident of this citv, and loimciiy manager of the Chatterov Lumber Company, was killed today by the collapsing of the second tl.mr "f a building at Second and Mill streets. The building was partlv destroyed by lire several weeks ago. Nickers'on mid his partner had bought it, and were tearing it down for the materials. Two oilier men were near Nickeisou. Chai Ua Ki icsson was slightly injured. Hrr llor.s al llrr I'uneral. Alanusla, Cat., June head of the funeral -o.oi a. l errin, yeatenlay, was Koy, the H t gray hotae of the dniase,, at tach.sl to the carriage she wan mvua toti.ed to ride during her lifetime. Mra. Perriii di.s Saturday morning. It wai in accordance with her last wish that Koy, with crape about bia uek, lead the funeral college. .ll.l.oi ..r One of W . yli r a irrala. New York, June . . dispatch to (he Journal from Havana savs: An other of Wcyler'a geneials, I.0110, inspector-general of the civil gii.ud in Cuba ami military governor of Havana, has resigned ill dis.-iist, m ,.X.,.tl 't leave the island by the transatlantic liner sailing on June ;ii for Spain di reel. Lono regards Wcyler'a cailv iccill as quite assured mid think" lliamoor l-pc Doiningiie w ill come out an his successor. Hon, arc unusually inn. mate with Marline Camims, to'obi .in whose supimii in the recent minit,f ,., crisis Caiiovan is known to have ma le imH.itaiit concessions. Wcylcr is 10 is'itcd to have cabled Canox as insisting that Minister Dupuy de Uune demand from the Washington government the extradition of Nunc. Cartaya and Ar teagii, alleged tilibusters recently cap tunsl by the Cnitcd Stales aullmruns on the Florida coast, alleging old cum inal indictments against three of them, said to U still iK'iiding in the courts here. ' u'o- 1 new mar records of Stl'Mt- scli.t.l. uie .luring tn,. .h bate on the Wilson bill, iirraigning them f,,t inconsistencv. Catlcry and Stewart al-,. spoke, th,' former ii-ainst and the latter foi the sugar schedule. j Hie fltst paragtaph schedule was not linallv 1.. .1.- .: t 1 - in nine 01 adjournment. bus- id that h( id the isposcd sngiir of up had Shut 11 s,, .,. ,,.r. Little Lock, A.k . June II. Mis, Lcnad.Kidnian, one of the most popar society Indies of Dai. Idle, W;ts killed in most shocking maimer at l:.,v.o- 1.1- 1 ... ..: .1 1 . ,. 1.1.-1 iiiiiiu, 1 ne 1 en couutv feing III 1. 1 at that p,.,.. number of teacheis aie in Last night a piiny of gentlemen were out went to a house wl lien normal is ind a large attendance. young ladies and serenading, and ic a i i 1 11 it t, , - ..unci i.ipp was stoppin,.. v awiikened by the s. ien ,1... 1 ;. .. I.ls ratcly tncl a ,.,.t.. shot into the acrcnading p.irly. 'u, M,,(,, Mnt k Mim()oo,lniiiu in the neck, causing i. alant death. The inurdcier was ir rested and spirited away to Danville bv ioe inn, cis, who tear.sl that would I,, made by the excit. lynch him. etter. Mr. Pf Itlltilf 0 I. I 1 I. .. a he felt that he had reached the ,H,i ' '" " io go on With hi. .m ss miairs, as he did not f, Would I... 1,1,1.. ... . . , 'o sian.i tne menti -tram; that he intended .0 gooff mnonv strangers for quiet, audit he got well, W""M r''""-"; if not, he would di. among strangers. It i" feared here by many that he hai commuted suicide. -M'out three n t, .. r, 1f 1 l.lll HIT serious illness. u. 1.... , .... , r-''"vcrc,. He had for the last few 'ays a premonition that he would have 11 '-'orrence of the trouble, ami fe ued "''t it would result fatally. Mr. Planner was considered one of "' "a.i plenty to pav l''a""s against him. The're does seem to Is. ,0,.. , . , , . '.i-ou - iv any one '-til l worry ho have claim's aga , ' J""- An inventory of his real es ate -naUdTects w,l, i,,,,,,,,,, t(( , :,,V:n. .,l, m assets ar;: " ",W "'""abilities all not and an attempt '"I I pie to menacing the tern t agllca Cios.se.l province town of 14. At the pnvession of .Mrs, Nrieral Minor fc.iastm, .(,. New York. June U.-A dispatch to the Journal from Havana sav : Four w.ousan.i insurgents from the Fast, uepariment, led by t leneral Kod, ami ivointin Hander.is, hav .M.itan.i", entensl Havana ami are now (luinciis. 1 mar del ,o advices rcs.rt a hoi tight three days ago wntmi sight of the town of I'oimolacion del Sur Two Spanish captains, a lieutenant and nu privates were killed, but the rcl, were, vni, H1 led to retire in gieat dmor der. In ait engagement ..,u, 1 I : , . " n-" i"e IAI -on .n sugar estste ,.H'as:s aic p u ts of At'iica, an article Arabia and of food Persia. Mr Pfanner did a large real estate Washington, J,,e 14.-A telegram receiyed at the war department from '"adquarters at St. Paul states that all s now quiet among the Indians in Souther,. Montana, and that it is safe 0 withdraw ithe troops sent from Forts Custer ai,(Uv.ogh1 which will be done. May Nrnri-h I lie Klha. Milwaukee, June U.It , wm.k- "IK company which has discovered the long-lost Pcwiibio is successful w ith its "'w diving apparatus in this venture a contract will be closed with theNorth ('crnian LJoyd to recover the ocean; rri!ir",,duMn,"uwuf The Kibe lies i J50 feet of ,,., tt 1 '"Hh at which diving MU .r, )f ,. '"'structcl have been useless ,d o.u observations and soun.nngs.'aken,: 1 kin c ,',:'''ll"0,V The Elb sunk .11 collision 111 the North Foa on !' "K'l.t of January 3o, ik,,5, , Z "ves wee lost. The officer , hi "recking company have been ncgoti " ' i" W1,h ,hl "'".. Lloyd Company ! -r some months and the result 0 IVwabic will decide the outcome "Inn-li by I lKhininK. In ! -aiiapolis. Ind., June 1 1. , f ere thunder stoiin came up this ift, noon at a o'clock, and William ti'wei and M: ,., Aiiliw Wl,tv kllK, t lightning. 14- Cantain ' steamship S int.i liosa on the Wahp,. canvas n. of bulling center sic and t'hai les eie killed. "". N. D., June 14 While 11 were working on th.. t in yesterday t10 '.v lighlnir... Walters and Charles Smnij rour others were sh I'to" circus wan stiuck rr.,r , I,rowIlr(. n rrancisco, JI10 iiex.in.loi, of th "" sift" that al.il. Poit Ib.rfor.i ... .' l,'traiice to one of hi",, ' K- -V-rs. tnanv year - - t " 'r Vf";-;!!. He had bee,, in f(1 I'eath on ',,, San Francisco, June 14. Tito bri., ('Clieva. wh ,.h . 1 . . llnN' l" mis arrived. C son reports that First Lai.leck had been l,,s. that one of th.. a ,;i.. 1. . . . on thevov " won crippled Sydney on aptain Pmil. Officer W. E lost overboard, and Bo loaton, June U a.. . 1 .... . .. '. r """"" III IK "teainahip oraoim. time, an. is siit'i.s.. I 1 . 1 i.vked. . 11 . 11 ' ICilV cl"ld in (hi, oitv i tragio i'low an.l one Hear I'.iti . 1 .1. 1.... . . . " ' "euiiis, """n .ar,ei am! Hahia Honda, the Spanish ivbnuu b, ;t0 killl and up ward of loo wound.sl, 1 Tllis iH ill U'lUliir'. . 11.. I. .. . ., . ".-..iiici pacilict 1 1 lie insurueiiin f...r n... "tghl, retired int ,i..,lr (,,l(i..i tlillia I,, l ... , . . . . 'aiall llur.ie.l In an :ll..... I m I'lo, too.. Jon.. 11 MM. i. ....-. l.r,. Wryl H Havana. .In . . , ilav of llur .Vi.x rains of W...I..... i : "." ''ssive reporta fro ',1 il Zr Z n ""'l 1,10 antral sections of Now ' K !'lI 'r'i '-rlya ,:, n" ,,,U,U,I,, Jamage,,,rai,,ra, X; - ''-l "eat "gating at h 0" t o ' T7-, ' " June has not )...... .' ' 'y' .ItN l'l"l years. " KUO"n The coiumissioneisof ('lieliali.w"? have grante.l a petition for a ii!' right-of-wav from Aherdivn to sano, along the old country roil, fct' bicycle path. The road is to be hy private subscription, ami a "! of the neccsMiry funds has already b collected. The governor and aeeretiiry offW have issued a deed to the t'liitelfUta government, conveying the tild-' ironting the .Magnolia Irinn pn.pr".; at Seattle, for a military site. the first deed of the kind issued n the law passed in 1SS0 by the iuw W ashington. The Medical Lake Granite Com' has secured the contract for fiipi'lj the granite for the army int at kane, and has put on a larp ! cutters, blasters and genenil q111'"?' men, all of whom are busy. It i-"' mated that the filling of theivntr will require three month ol lf work. ! The Indians at Kettle Fal Is oLii m tb white men's fishwheds are wf them of their rights, as no havo found their wmv up the river !' three years at least not elioiti give even "one lish to one In liii". : . . , .1 tlul U' 11 was reported in tne spu.'s liana were suffering oil the n'f'r""' for want of food. This w.i those who have not yet lciirtad to i enough to last through w inter, ut"1'1 inerly depended upon dried wla1 The money order business m pin has inort'iised 4,0D0 a nion cause of the refusal of the i'"'J4 ' state and commissioner of I"1'''10 to accept bank checks in P-'.0"' remittances to their .li'j'urtiiicnt- Legislation for the sc!n'l fl' closed in Whatcom with I.M M'. about 300 I"'1"', ,j scvcr.il ii"" interv". ' on the books. Evidently there are men voters w ho are not lllllllV rege last yer IB - .-I..., iiiir ii, ,.ir, ,i .m.. . , "e iier-i ;":. ""-fi-..,H'ri,,te,hr;,; ::i:;u;"'v: u (,- th- i, tor .val mines and a p.omi , :',. J"st Pr,'v'" to Hen "H i. ty la.lv of this eiiv ... . . " ' 5 n'lur" to Havana. I, I,..r,...i . . t .. . ... ...unv icie.1 some ..t ti ,-"-. of I t lurniture. Two nil.Hi from Milan, a very remarkable edio. It castle ol Sunonettii and hot of a piatol 0 lliuea. Italy, is al repeata Kubi Ii the the .- s Ol.l Hlr.ui.. ... 1 .1 I :,, ... , s ine bills. ,-y ,.r i i... i .1...;.. . , i, or- .I sr oMuinns to march them, but not a word of the , I-a Luna had Us,.,, 0.ib!is to department al Madrid. nt city, was f ii.m.. lay .y the explosion of a , , 'niiie with which she was cleaning --or hum mis alter. ,.... turn to Havana, he ., ? ol l,oi.i..' in sanct, Si.ir.tM. .... i won..- , ......ii Her , ts ..1.1 ... .... I,... ": l,'T1" 60 dead on tl,. . ,ta . si, i i i in r 11. I l .... .i-i , ur .1 rf'sonera uv. ... i . . -- un- tiuiios ..r tu trvi ig to nay,. ,,.r. agaiiisi Ic'cat a( the war rattan I'lantrra W ant a Trraly. Luna, Peru, June 14. Thy sug.r PHsla.vr, I,. iviitioiosl tl ... o. I IU 1 hi matter has in official reporta. Winnies on 6i re- eneral mi.itn. i loree near I'omtnand of forcs to r. and the reh. twn neghvted i n,i,r,.ti WIIOOIl. JM nu i'-' ..!i nine 14. 1 :. a terribl.. 1 . .i ..: 'OA-iii oc- t Maes- was Dreciniiu.i ... ., ." '"I'l'-'e ' "' bottom 1 ---.. l"'''I- Ten ,.. of overwindine a..'.:,,' ,,0'!'Tlehce , . h i i line ciirrtM in the ;,:.i. ... teu. n, """cry """"gatuhire, Wale, rhafi killed 0 fis.t of a Were Spriiigti,. "'ill an.l III. Iar Lc i 1 1 . 1 l- .. .-.twlu.le a iNUiimercial trea , , U' AUV -N'- Were ,J I T . June 1 4 ti... elev,.,.,. ... ..'" Krpat together wi,h Bl rli. . "'i 'veral eVi l. K" ''""r store iltJS, 000 1 -oo,000, uisuiaiice. the male registration about 1,400. State Tronanrer Yoiltl call for state Uu.d No. 3. ainoujt'-. 5,000, issued ill lsyo at the t; of the territorial iii.lchi',.lnrt" he paid at any time after the option of the state. iy hou-1 of thia seriea wa" ''a",Hl i;; treaaurer last April. The total of these bonds ouist-i"11"' 1:100,000. : . t hn- ie .rise s n 1 1 1 s ,. ..-.s,: . . .....I ISIJU-' Jion.is, in an effort t cue- , nt of tr,:l mm .n in ..lea of l"f iiill some time last month, w ' iiarkablrt reiir,l bv ".iwiint llear ihinles iu exact lv 1 I"""