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Eugene City Guard.
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EUQKNE CITY OKKOON
EVENTS OF THE DAI
A i, I ii. t ' "II" OfttOM I
ii.. Two llen,leiheres 'reeeatad
la a ComlalHil Vuwm.
Thirteen perann were killed and
froin SU to 4A injur! in railway col
lialnn near Hound llr-aik, N. J. TfcoN
was a lieal-nl rolliiion between
I.M-..I train and the Mack Diamond x
I'reeldont Alonao'i advance guard ii
within ail league ol I .a Pal, capital
of the republic o Bolivia. It ia likely
a deeiiive battle will bo fought MM
i 'mi ii t!io government tr-ip and
tha reboli who now hold the capital.
It ia prnpol that a memorial he
mated at Manila to the memory of all
American who fell in the capture or
-lied of diai-aae during the campaign.
The propmal ia that all Am-m -nn- now
reiident in the Kar Kaat, of whom
there la a veiy considerable iniml.-T,
pIk.uI 1 lie invited to conliihute toward
Filipino committeaa have made
formal prnlot, atrxl President Mi-Kin-ley
haa leen warned from I'aiia, Madrid
and Don-Ion not to attempt to take
fumble pHeaiion of Do Ho. The
ground ia taken that the Ameilcao
claim of eovereignty ia premature,
and that tha United Hlatea ia not tha
imaaeaior ol the I'lulippinea unlll the
peace treaty ia ratified. The Filipino
agent at Hong Kong aaya a light with
the Americana at Hollo ia unavoida
hie, but little apparent BSBMIbBM ia
felt at Wiihinglon.
The AM liniall Kipreea (Jatetta haa
collecteil data anent the upciationi of
iraiurohhera during the paat year. The
effect of Mini jurisdiction uxn train
rolitieilea la evidenced in Meih'o Dur
ing the paat year there waa not even
an attempt at traiq roblwry In the eia
ter republic. The orlme ia punlahahla
there with inatant death. Tim r rd
f r I "UN la aa followa: NumUr ol
train hold upi, 2; I MB MM of alaga
rnlil.i'iiea, 7; number id puiaeugari and
train men ahot, 4; number ol rubber!
killed, fi; number of rohbera ahot, 0.
Captain K It. Mia w and the crew of
the llritiah hark tllen lluulley, long
given up for loal, are alive and well,
and on their way to UfSrJxeSi They
abandoned the Ohm Huntley in a tierce
gala June 4, IHOH. Kor l&t daya the
II aailora lived on Triatan d'Anunha
lain, more than I.. '.'in in ilea enuth by
weal ol the 0BO4 of - I lloie. They
aulitod on iciiguln rgg un I the Head
id aea eagle, mid ahared with 7'J white
inhahitaiila the eoauly aliHtk of piovl
aiona that the cuptaln of a paaaing vol
aid had given them.
' The Farmer' bank ol IiiwinhI, (ia.,
waa entered by burglara, who aecured
10,000 and escaped.
At a lire wbtrli luoke out In tin' II
Ul Idclo-licu, at I'uuhurg, I'a . Hi"'"
gueala loal Iheir Urea and Ave people
were badly hurt.
t'nliuiel I'oller, aim la I etniaaniy id
(ieneial Otli to Ho llu, teportlthal ilia
relN'la Ihreatun to burn the town ll lha
Atniirk'ana Isimhaid the place.
Knur dead, two injuied, one id Iheaa
ltrhapa fatally, and the loaa ol pi opal
ty ol the Hoiithein railway In the
amount of about I'Jn.QOO, ia Hie reault
nl a wreck whiuli occur led at Knox-
A heavy wind aloiin awept over the
remote mm I lull id Scott county, Ark.
A I llolea, a leleOolBjOBOl waa blown
down and three pnpila ware, killed, an
oilier wiia (nlally wn-in-iod, and a J OH
or morn auataihod BON or leaa injiiriea.
A treinendiiua landalide 000BI red near
Sieuce'a llrldge, on the Canadian l'u
t'lttr railroad. A iiioiiulaiu whiuh hai
long been un object "t OBI eMail to
tiavelera rraihed into dm Kiaaer river,
I ii lug it Completely, and sending
I In. water in linrenta oVel the leitlla
Nicola valley. The tmiiee ol Hie liver
waa changed t m 1 1 I I I y .
Aooordlni t lata adviooi from Dow
eon, the Culled Stall" goveiniiii'iil will
be called IBM to relievo indigent mIb
era In the Klondike. The DOWOOO
Nugget aaya lliete ia a atrnng move
liient on foot lit Dawson to aeml a icp-
roMBtOlive t rVeeblngtoo lor tim pur-
Hiae ol I'liliating the I'nited Hlalea
giivernuieiit in the OHM d aiding in
remedying the gical diatieaa wlimli
pievaila among Hie ill mora ol tin' Yu
kon. At the annual convention of the
llltitheiliiHtd of Strain Shovel and
Diedge Kuglneera and OtBBOONMB nl
America, held in I'hieago, n-aolul iom
wore adopted, uigtng emigre In pnaa
the NIcaiagua canal hill and a I so that
a law should he passed making eigbt
liouta a day' work on aanl canal Ida
olulioni were alao pnaeed urging con
git as to paaa the i iver and hnilsir hill
at the preaeul oaaion nl congtoa. Con
gleaa Wita alao Otged to c unite a labor
cuiniiilMioti of three union Mad to aia
that the lal in the Intcreal of woik
ingiiien weaa enforced oi, nil govern
nn nt WOlk.
Miioir Rawa I
A lieutenant mid 13 men ol ilia
French warahip Sure were klllisl in tha
New llebrldet by native.
The Merritt .V Chapman Wrecking
company 'a outlll arnve.1 at Santiago da
t'uba to raiau the hMMMI Spaniah crula
ar Iteina Merccdce.
Araenlo placeil in coffee by VMM one
iinknow n canned the dcatln of Kiank
Kunavk, hia wile and live children at
The aleainer Olenovan waa wrivked '
near Hong Kong and HO ol the crew
The qnntrolling inlereal of the Chi
cago ft Alton railroad haa paaaivl to
Itcnjamin K. Willelta, ageil ii, waa
liangiil at Welherattehl, Conn., for Ilia
murder of David H. latMaOi on De-
mmkm it, iwi.
Harry Iloffinan ami Orace IViiaa
were drowneil at New Um hele, N Y.,
while akallug. The boy loal bla Me iu
trlug to aave the girl. j
At Forley, Kan., Thomaa Oreana
kilh- l bit wife and then ahot hirnaelf.
Jealouty waa the cauae.
Kev. Dr. tflltiaM Maiwell Black
burn, preaident ol Hnnui college at
1'ierre, H. D., die.1 at the age of 86
Margaret Idvingaton (.'hauler and
Anna Booting, heroic women who
I without pay aa nuraea in I'urto
Hico during the war, have been NtMaV
mended lor that rare honor, the thauka
It ii rOBOftod Inm I'eking that
Kueaia haa demamleil a leara of the
Miao Tao ialauda aa a torpe.lo alation.
There ialandi lie acroaa the entrance
ol tha dull of i'e-Chi-Li, aouth ol Port
Arthur. The aciuiaition of theae
ialand would atill lurlher atrengtheu
Uueaia'a hold on the approachea to
The riiiarlcrmiiater'a department ia
preparing to diainter and bring to thin
country the remailia ol the l.KOU hmoea
ol the Hpaniah war who were either
killed by bulh ta or died of fever in
Cuba and 1'orto lin o. Colonel MoOMi
aaaiatant ruarlermaaer general, aaya
the ei (Kid it ion of diainternient ia we'l
Senator Teller, of Colorado, Inn In
trodui'fd a bill for tha amendment "I
the war-revenue hi t, ao aa to provide
lor a tai apoo ihe actual value or -ell-trig
pricea inatead of the nominal
value ol oertain attx ka. The bill ia In-'
tended to relieve tlm cheaper mining
locka from what i claimed to bo an
rnoriuoua burden upon them.
An inventory of the peraonal HfTeote
of the late John W. Keeley, ol motor
fame, haa been tiled in the regialur ol
willa' oflhe, in New York, in which
the valuation of the prnMily ia placed
at 9 1 ,r3l. One of the itema, which
r--l.it. - t" the motor, renda: "FlftOM
pleoea of clierlmenlal apparalua, a
oertain right of unknown valuation in
certain uncompleted and unpatented,
A H-titioii from ex-yueen l.iliouka
Ian I of Hawaii haa boM DNOMMO tO
the houae, proteating MJOiBOl the Unit
e.l Hlatea' aaaertlou of ownerahli to the
crown lamia ol Hawaii aa timing oi
properly without dun proceaa ol law,
and appealing to the preaident, con
great and the people for a maturation
of theee lamia. A Ilka petition wui
preaenlral to the annate.
A Havana cable to Ihe New York
World aaya: "The gruvea ol the Malm
MtlMJI In the Havana cemetery are
neglected. Two (mull, aickly ahroha.
one weather Ih'uIcii ait with a dead
plant and two hlualed atulka of three
allpa are all there ia to ahow that any
thing haa h en done in line heaiitiful
burial place for our iialion'a dead. A
iiioiith ago, upon the interment ol MMM
aailora ol the HaOOlolO, their cnmradei
put an I s t ; t inch i alien Americun Hug
on Ihe mound. Tina little faded Mag
ia the only thing given by either tin
army or the navy.
The monthly aliiteineut ol Ihe col-lei-tiotiaol
internal revenue ihoWf that
dining HovombWi IIMi the rootlpti
MMMDtod M) 11,404,400, ngainal ll,
UMi.'Jllfl lor November, I8U7.
The lOPOrtl Ihut DrolM h it the Inle
do Diablo ami boon brought tu PgiU
receive further denial III u atillcinenl
that the whole elaiuiiiiitloii ol Ihe pria
oner by the com I of aaaaotrOO will he
conducted by ciihle. Tina will entail
an enorinoua eipenae.
At Hong Koug, the Filipino '"iii
miltee haa broken off all iidatlOM with
United Hlatea Cnnaul Wildinan. The
ooliimtttiHi hai iaailcd n writ in the au
pietue court to rei over the MM of 47,"
(Mill which Ihe Kiliplnoa oUlM to have
la-en dcKlted with i1 liiinn ua
IrooMiM of the i'iii i I ndo pond anoi
fund in June laat.
The gnntNiul Y'orklown haa nailed
f i - .in San FtomIoOO for Muulla, via
Honolulu. She will go nil the way
under a I, ill head of atcalii, and ihOOjId
make the run in thiee WOO 01 ll ahe ia
not doUyod at Honolulu. She ia the
hearer of full iuatriictiiuia to Ailuilral
Dewey and QoOOIOl tltiain regard In
the lltOOtlon III the I'hillppinea.
Ma I ii. l fa haa heen eli-ite-l king ol Ha
nio.i, to am - I Malleloa. OflUlol in
loi illation to llna effi-ct lina DOOH re
OOlTOd in Waalniiglon. The el. 'lion
waa hcl-l without lioiihle, Ihoiigh I'a
, inaaeae, who waa vice-kiiig In INti,
twckeil by a aiuall lollowiug, in-
dooTorod to obtain Uio oSoo, Tkooitu-
all-in, according tO Hie luteal udvi.ea,
Senator Maaon, of llllnolo, OOOOplod
the attention of the aenate for nearly
an hour ami a hall TOaodO, wilha
ipOOOh in ""I poit of In- leaidutiou -lit.
Curing that the United Stalea will
never attempt to govern the pimple nt
any OOUHtrf without their OOaOOnt
III mam rOapOOll the a ch waa one
of the moat notahln utteramea Iroin
the aenate lima fai thia OMOrOOi
At Knkntiio, ln-1., theie are Id
train, a, in ihe llowurd county Jail
alowly ala-viig to doOth- Two WOOkl
ago the bobOf rOfUOtd tO woik on the
atone pile, and SheiitT llarnea put
Uoati in tail on a dlot ol brOOd ami
water, nioatly watet, until they llgnl
in. I a willingnoaa t-i work. At the
OMMOl the IQOOnd week of the an it,..
the jailer reduced the hrea-l aupply to
Iwo loavea a day for the entile gang.
They declare they will alarve to death
in Iheii cella rather Ihau haiuiuet alone.
A violent gale awepl over the Kng
llah channel and the caal eo.tat of
(ileal Hi nam, doing loiaMOjOl -l.iin.ige.
An elevator helonging to the (iooigO
C. Ilagley Compauv waa l-uineil al
MlnneaHilii with 100,000 bOOblbl of
Wheal, the loaa being ovci f'JOO.OOO
IV nipt atepa are being taken hv the
adunniairalioii to aaaert Hie aupreinacy
id the Cm lad Stalea in Ihe I'lulippinea
ami Ma), (leneral Otll haa 0000 deaig
nated aa governor geneial of the lalanda.
The Keyatoue Mutual llenetit Aamvi
aliou, locorwtraled in IN"., ma le an
aaaigumeul at Allentonu, I'a.
Mam plea of the new 1HW0 iaaue of
one dollar allver oertttloatea were
ihnwii at the ticaaury department in
Waahington. They are printed luuu
entirely new dealgnt.
A delegation presented to rreaidettt
McKinley two patltiOOa, one doin the
great majority ol the orgainie-l I'm
teat ant Chriallan -lum-hra of the World
and tha other froui the I'an I'realiv
lerlau alliam-e. aakiug (or inter nation
al arbitration aa a auhatitute for war
SITl ATION IS CRITICAL"
General Otis Has
Well in Hand.
A i; i mi ATTACK U UDICUIrOOl
Ooaat i:.. ..ii. Boirooaod Flow ' taw-
f- ' - - I ' , - . i . IIIU' Mllll AgUl-
Manila, Jan. The aitiiiillon 0010
ia undouhte-lly critical, but Major
(leneral Otia iiaa it well in hand, and
there ia no audi certainty ol tumble aa
many believe. The re la-la are coin en
tiated on the ouiaiiita of the town,
an-l their leudera have iaaued atrial or
der! that they ahall act only on the de
(enaivit. An in wldOBt might precipitita
trouble, but tha idea ol a rebel uttack
upon Manila ia lldionloOO, aa the
AlMriOOM OOBtfOl the )oaitiou.
Auinaldo Iiaa lepuhliahcd tlm am
otnl inai,i(cat-i in reply to the prnclaina
tion ol tieneral Otia. which wua un
called on ila Ural apa-aruiice, but it
haa proved ineffectual.
On Wedneaday, a falao alarm, dun
trivial Ineidonti oorarfing iImoI
taniMiiialy in opi-oaitc purta of the city,
led to a general cull to the DoitOO
hlatea foro-a. In IA miniitea the en
tile city waa covered. The pmuipti
tudifol the Americana, while it croolod
a a:are (or the moment, effectually re
ItOtad OOOftdonOt throughout Manila,
and diapelleil the eicileinent due to
puaaing fear on the part of the cltiMiil
that an outhri-ak wna iinuiiuent. It il
DOOllblO that the Filipinoa, after the
diplomatic OOflforOOOOO that have b- en
held between the repreaelltiitivea of
(leneral Otia and Aguiuallo, have
finally come to un-leratun-l that lha
cautioua and conreivative adicy ol the
Amor ii ana ia not dun to fear, and they
Bay accept the inevitable with good
grace, ll ia evident that al pr nt
they are unable In oppfOOlOtO Hm full
meaiiing ol the IndopondoiMM deinand-
e-l, ami when they do ondorotond ita
eitent, the Americun prOpOOlttoO Will
he an- - ptal.le,
HOUSE PASSES ONE BILL.
Mrnata lilaeuaara llin OJOaottOO t aa
Waahington, Jan. 111. The houae
I..-lay pooaod the diplomotio and mmm
lir appropi iiiliou bill without un
amnndinent. During thu gem-ral -la-
bato two act apeechea were ma-la
aguiuat i in -4-r i a 1 1 - in by Cariiiach and
(lainea, ol Tenneaaee. Tin- diplomatic
an-l cimatiliir bill ia Ihe hi it h of the
regular nppioriat ion billa to puaa the
houae. Heven budgeta vet n-inain to
he a- tod npOn, The bill ua paaaed cur
Waaliiugti-n, Jan. IA. Little buai
lieaa wua (lOnOMtOd by the aenate in
open aeaaion tie In v . Siitcen billa on
the piivate penaion calendar were
puaaed, and a joint reaolullon Oil Img
Hm tbuksol oongroM to MIm clam
llartoli Mil-1 other olllciala of the lied
Croaa Sa-iely for their liein-lheiit woik
in Annonlo ond Uobo waa adopiod,
Cocktell OnlOIOd u motion to recall
the lull which puaae-l yealer-lay, aulllor
iling the ptOOldonl to oppolnt Kriga
iller t leneral T. II. BtaOtOO u major
general, an I place him on the ictircd
liat with that rank. At ! o'olOOb the
m n.iii H-lj lurneil.
1 , I- a I III rprll Sraal-ina.
Waahington, Jan. 1(1. The anppnrt-
era and OppOnOOtl ol the 00000 tieaty
In the aenate ha-l their lira! ODOtfOl
ovei thai doCOBOnl today in OlOUOtltO I
While the debute tcchni-allv waa
Uhiii Seuutoi llerry'a motion pi. hi. ling
lot the ctinahleration in oao aeaaiun, 1
the cnl pu-ation ul iaauo 111 gOHO
over to a conaideruble degree. The die-
onoolnti oontlnvod Iron u few mlnutM
paat I until fi, when the Nmtl ad
journed f-n the )! without reaching '
a vote main the llcirv motion.
TO ORGANIZE A CABINET.
Uertrral llrio-hp Haa PaalOea pa llava
r,iur Civil Oaaralarlaa
Havana, Jan, lit. Hen. Ilnaike Inn
carefully OOnoldofOd the formation ol
a OOblnol ol civil u-lviaera, and haa de
oldod to have four BtorotarioO the liiet
of iiata ami govornnont! tliooooondol
lluance, the lliinl ol jualice and pnblM
illatruclion; and the fourth of agricul
ture, Induotry, ooumoioo ond pobllo
worka. Only proniliieul NoMontl -d
the ialauda will he Invited to join the
The governor geneial h aa rOOOivod
lOOOptonOO Iroin two. wltOOa HOMO! are
roooTTOd until all foul can he an
tlOOOOOdi One ol the othei two may
be a Bponlaid, though ii is proboblo
Hint all four will he Cuhima.
Ore-inn lalOlava win Oaoaa '
Waahington, Jan. III. Kepieaeuta
tne Tongue lodaj aaw Aoilltaill Se, m.
tiirv Meiklejobn and aakoil htm if the
recent turn ol eveuta in Ihe I'lnlip-t-inee
would mean that the Oiegon vol
unteera would la- retained In thoae
ialainla longer than waa originally in
tended, lie waa Informed that the
niithicaka Wimi! I not change Hie dcparl
inenl'a plan, and thai the Hccon-I Ore
gon would Ih OMl home aa toon aa le
llavcd by rtgulata.
I'hra Ing -Ii um l oul Korutvil.
New Yuik, Jaw. 1(1. A combina
tion of chewing gum inaiinf icturera of
the Vnited Stalea waa pracrtically cou
POMBlOtOd tolay, when the l.-tal con
traita OOOOOMIfJ to amalgauial ion -vera
IXOOO (ad in tint city. The capital In
volved UtOMbl to ala-ul I. '',000.000.
The uaval l-.-.n I mi prvnioliou wi'l
recommend that lewar-la l-e given to
BnoIgM II. II. Waid ami W. U Book,
who actevl aa apiea duimg the war with
Mr. Dtaaftai BaaO.
Waahington, Jan. III. Hon. Nelaon
Dingley, ol Maine, leader of Ihe K.--publican
anle on the flmir ot the honao
of Tcpieaenlattvea, dlinl here tonight at
IO:SO o'clock, of hejrt failure, reault
Ing from eilnuie weakueaa due to
n.aih Kl(Mt la aHia tiara.
Havana, Jan. 14. The official re
port of the mayor of Santa Clara ahowi
that in I'll there were 1,414 death;
4,087 death in lSvi, and 4, Ml -leal hi
In 1800, being in three yean a loaa ol
44 par cent ol tha population.
OO ON THEIR MERITS.
Jipgwn i.giaiiurr Of III i-.fir Coo
loot 4 HWOOajlOlfOO Kllla.
Halem, Or.. Jan. 14. The Drat week
of Ihe legiilitive aevaion cloaca with
bl bill iiitralucel and lead in the (en
ate, and 184 in the bOPQp, The tMBOf
poJOOd the bill to id-l two ju-lge to
the inpreme court, and there ia little
doubt that the 0100 000 will paaa the
aenate in due time. Two notable re
forma have l.een provided lor to limit
the number ol committee cb-rk and to
keep appiopiiat ion ol doubtful merit
out of tlm general appropriation bill.
A bill to correct ll e committee clerk
a) ip ahuie further for future loglllo
lure ia before the aenate, and ia likely
to paaa both houae. The way an-l
QJfgOl OOBflaOjIttOO will ropOfl OOt only
a geneial appropi ialiou hill and a a-e.
elal appropriation bill, hut will reluae
to yoke with appropriation ol un
doubted meiit thoae that are queation
nhle. making the hjttOT bill atind in-divi-lually
on their merit helot e the
Ifgialuture and tin- governoi .
Manx. Whoaa Baal la Ceateateali Aai
to Ha Taken rr i Ilea.
Olympia, Jan. 14. Senator Mantx
todaf aakinl to he ei. mod from aerving
on the committee of ekotloBI uti-l aloe
1 1 1 in -oiiteata, I ij.i-iii ii- li aa hia a-at waa
to Im con teat i-I, ami that, in nil proba
bility, the matter Would Irf) referred to
The chair itOtod that it waa OgpoOtod
that the OOBtOBt in UaBtS1 diatrict
Would bo refi ire-l tu a -p-'i-inl couiinit
tee. lie did not know hut that a apo
dal c mittee would yet he named.
Mantx wna mule chaiiuiaii of till DO in
to lltee on aenaln employe other thuii
regular, an-l Caul, of that unit tee,
waa made chin man id H le. lion con-
loot OOOJOaitlOOi Keith waa trunalcrre-l
(nun the com mil leu nn llah to the com
mittee on printing, exchanging pluci.-a
with Bona tor itigg.
Kight hundred and for ty-two citizen
ol Wallu Walla potltlOBOd for an 10
OOjbljf hall in the Walla Walla elate
h'i- teiituny. The reipieat wua irnnle
un tin- ground of public morula,, ir it
waa claimed an iixaoiuldy hull (or the
inmate of the pOnitOntiorjf Would
lend to improve their moral.
For a Hlata Itnail.
Ii the houae a bill wa iutrialuoed by
MoOtO, eatahli-biug a atatn road down
UM Colombia llvai from Lyle, Klicki
tat county, to WaHhoiigal, (Turk coun
ty, ami appropriating t'JA.OOO therefor.
A QOBOIIIIonl rOOolUtlOfl relating to
the wealth of WuHhingtou coal mine,
and rHueating the aecretaiy of the
navy to nan Waahington coal in prefer
ence to Brltillt Columbia coal, ami cull
ing iiaiii aaid aecretaiy nf thu navy tc,
notify the legialuture if any Icilann ex
lotfl why thia cannot be done, will
Offend by Calvert, ami adopted.
Houae bill No. 78. offered by Hid
foul, who moved ita advancement to
third loading ufter the title hud been
ren-l. ll i un appropriation bill, cur
rying il,MH) for the traBOpOrtalion of
priaoliera, f.'iUO for trnnapoiting juve
nile offender!, ind failO to pay travel
ing ex aea of mi poi iur court ju-lgea.
On n il paaaage it iecetve-1 by one neg
ative vole and tit iillii illative.
Senate OOBOOHOBl ri-Milution No. 3,
authorizing the pun huae of a aintable
Mug (or ibOOapitol, waa taki-n up and
paaae.l under naK'iiion of Ihe rulea.
I In- aenntu com in rent rcrolution for
the pi inting and publication of ',&l)0
copiea of Ooveriiur lioger'a uieaauge
RAILROADS TO POOL ISSUES.
lienri Thai Brawl Rartheia aag Berth
. i " i n hi. Have CaaabtaaB.
Nob Yoik,. inn. i n. Die Timet onyo:
The tnnooncemenl of the Mtt lenient ol
recent dloogroettOBti between UmQiobI
Not thorn and the Northern Paoifk
railroadi proved to I no ol the moat
Interacting itatemenli Wall atn-et hu
Intely ha-l to couaidcr ami enthiiae over.
In Northern I'm .in- coininou atiH'k
there ia reaaon to hollow- that u pool
haa bOOt) formed, including in it inein-
betohlp tin- itrongeoi Bnanoleii ol Wall
troot, among othoroi Iriendi of J. p.
Morgan, Qovotnoi Flower an-l John
Tina pool, credited with a capacity
beyond any aucl. recent combituiti-itiH,
ia believed to have aa the buai for ita
organization knowledge of plana which
will practically Bake the Northern Pa
cittc and the llalliiuore - Ohio one
piopOltTi 5a me report!, probably die
tnitod, have it even that N'oithcrn Pa
olflc ptOpOtty would iiotuully iihnorb
the II AO. Undo! any circuiiitithcea,
it ia declared there will la- direct man
agement ami poroonnl mpoi vtoloB ol
policy by Jnmea .1. Hill.
Kl like an HaaaOi
llillaboro. Jan. III. While ditching
on Ina heaver-lam at Karmington, live
mile aoiitheaal of thia city, Oeoige
RobinooB iiruck a gokJ'boarlng qoaito
ledge which aaaaya I J to the ton. The
ledge ia between two an-l thico
feel in width. The load run north
ami aouth, pitching aait. Near il are
two other ledge, the rock from which
ha not yet 0000 aaaayed.
The ledge wa dtaoovi-re-l aeverul
-lay ago, hut the mallei waa kept very
ipnel until today, and the only tiouhle
to U encountered it in getting water.
No gold had ever before DOOB foun.l at
VarokiOagton, bnt old mIboii ooBOldorod
the indication there Very good.
GENERAL HAGAN Mill
Vehemently Denounces Gen
eral Miles as a Liar.
Waahington, Jan. Id. Tha wat in
veatigutitig coiiiiuiaiion tialay paael a
reaolullon --muring Kagau for the
language In- uae-l when he pearei to
aiiawer chaigea ma-le againat the com
in i-ary biam-li of the aimy bv Mile,
an-l returned to turn tha carefullv pre
MtBi typjOWrlttOB OtOffBOJOal which be
left with the OOnaVjoBJOB after reading
il to that body, It t raptirtevl thai
(leneral Kg. in h.ta concluded to exclude
Hie moltei complained ol.
In. !-,.. out, J aad Okillaata lllrl.
Mailnette, Wit., Jan. Id. Jennh
Howard, a MiiabBj fflod today, prac
tically of (low kOjtOteV, Kour weeki
ago ahe went to me Xenomtnee ho
pital, ilctr-rininisl to die, made hei will
ami - -. ... , v refuel to take am
medicine or allow tha phyiioau to d(
anything tor her. A love affair i aid
to have - an--- l the oicLle.
The Kien- h have lent China an ulli
malum threatening to mid au armec
force from T-uigking into Sao Chuen,
to leacue the oufortonale ralbei
coAUSK and BBUTAL UIOCASi
Hm itai-T'"' Crltmii rom
. x i.eoer.i BBva Hot'r
flmnrU tuiiiinlarf -Oaaeral.
Waahington, Jan. 14. Comroiaiary
OoBOrol harle H. Kagan Haley reap
pOOiOil before the wur investigation
committee to amwer the ciiargn ol
(jtneral MotOOfl A. Mile concerning
the eooamlaBtry vappllei forolobod the
army doriBg the lOOOBl war. tienerul
Bogpo'i miQMonl tarotanod the oobob-
tion of the war oomuiiaim'a hiatory,
and wu rOgardod by old army ofllcera
al one of the innat remarkahlu attack
ever made in the hiatorv of the aervicc.
(leneral KogBO'l itOlOOMBt to the coin
Bllooloa w i H hitter pOMOBOl attack
upon OoBOrol Mile, o entirely un
qualified u to hcop and language that
tin- wur I'ommiaaion on hearing ita con-
olnolofl otdorod a btlel esooBtlvo ae-
lion, oftei which the doOTl were
opt , the a u ima was rooallod and
bBOlnOM 1 0011 IB Oil in thu nauul way.
The itlhject in controveray wua tien
erul Mile' already fitiuoo "emhulmed
beef" tOOtimony, and the letter ami
document aupiairtihg it. (teueral
Milei hud charged that the canned an-l
rofliajOfOtod moot! aent to the army in
Culm and Porto 111' o welOBttll for use.
that tlu-V were preserved by the liae of
obotnloolo, an-l that they ha-l "been
laiught and sent to the aimy under pre
teiiRO of un experiment." Thia reflec
tion UpOB Loth the ability uml honesty
ol the coin 111 la -a ry ib'purtiuent hud an
geled tienerul Kagun and cnu-i hi-n
to reipiest to ly recalled to reply to
(leneral Mile' charge. That hi
statement concerning the commanding
eneral were not the result of a au IdOfl
outbiiral til passion wa clearly shown
by Hut fact that leneral Kagan rea l hia
remark from it curefully prepared t)'-e-written
copy. Not the least remarka
ble phase of (itnernl Eugan'a itatement
wna thu languugu in which it wui
couched. There wna acarcely a phrnao
that would not have been characterized
na aeniutiotiul in or-liiimy official BttOr
auce. tienerul Kagan, after thu hear
ing win over, refused to my whetbei
he had any further move in prospect in
fofelBg an issue between himiell and
t leneral Mile.
He denied numotoiii itntemouti ol
Mile, charged that the latter' testi
mony constituted severe reflection! on
commanding generals of the expedi
tions, and referre-l to him a "Thia
suuie Cummiin-ling-Oeneral Nelson A.
Mile," and said "whoever culled li-ef
furnished 'embalmed beef was a liar."
V. II. Mile, in charge of Armour A
Co.' plant, appeared for the packing
house. He testified us to the ipiality ul
thu canned meats mnl metho-l of in
(Joiuniiiuiry-Oem-ral Kagan, in the
con ran of his testimony, culled Major
UoBOtal Miles, commanding the tinny,
"A liar, who lied in hii throat, lied
in hi heart, lied in everv put of hia
body," w ho perpetrated n gioss scandal
in I who should he drummed out ol
the service and imprisoned, .ml should
be avoided bv everv honest man and
barred from every club. He charac
terize.! hia iiiletviews a "tilth."
MAY MAKE MISCHIEF.
Nlle-baal Kvlnre Hlgn nf eettlltg
Manila, Jn:i. 14. The situation it
Ho Ho i unchanged, Tim Filipino
are unceasingly active day and night.
Saturday they loaded lome lighten
with rock and aiik them tit the en
tinnce of the river, blocking the chan
nel tot all vessel with thu exception
ol iBBBOhOB All light have DOOfl ex
tinguished. Ordet, however, is maintained with
MvOrlty, and Offendeil tiro promptly
On Sunday one of the Arizotta'i
boat!, manned by sul-licis, wn carried
on by the ebb tide to yuiiiiarc"' ialand,
and while attempting to land three
untied natives nsseniblc-l on the bench
and com dlod the American to leliie.
The Filipino refuse tohavenny deal
ing with the American, regetaldei
MM fruit are not obtainable, btisitu-si
ll inopOndod, end the warehouse are
tilled with rotting sugar.
At Mnii the situation i critical,
but pacification ia poibla in spite ol
the unyielding attitude of the Fili
pinoa. It i reported that the rebel
government at Malolos is willing that
the Americans ahoul-l establish n pro
tectorate on the condition that thev
I promioo to give the Plllpinoi tboolota
Indopendenoe within a ita tod tine, It
ia also said that the Filipino will de
mand official recognition.
KtTorts are U-ing ma le to bring alsiut
another confen-nce with the lehela.
The od 000 tod Filipino are aniioiia to
avoid trouble, and it n hoped that the
militant Filipino will rooodl bofoto
wiaer OOBBMlO, In the meantime the
teniion ii extreme on both sides.
DoxainlqM KroUMfakl woj hangsl
at Springtiel.l. Mai., fur the mut-ler
f In ItOpdoBghbir, Victoria Pinkui,
16 yean of ige. on January 17, 18U7.
M..r llallla-Hhlpi lor Kntlaml.
ItBadoO, Jan. 14. The admiralty
haa plBOOa order for two l-attle-iliipi
of the tirit-claii of 14,000 tons each,
at a coil of 1,000,000, with the
Tkames Iron Work a) Shipbuilding
VETO MESSAGES RETURNED
Ooiof of Baareri I an 01 tr OToaleO
Duruiiirnta lo llir Nrnala.
Olympia, Waih.. Jin. 13. Imme
-liately aftei the reading of the mintuei
in the aenate. Lieuteinnt-Oovernor
Daniel announced the Handing com
Plummer called for a committee of
five to group the committee and recom
mend the number of clerk. Carried.
High presented a memorial from
Clark county etlleri. He aiked that
the memorial he refeired to the com
mittee on memorial!, but that, inas
much aa a aim ilur document hud l-en
introduced in the houae, he did not de-sir-
the atute put to the eXjieneeof
printing the memorial.
On motion of Yeend, W. 0, dray, of
Steven county, who i oonteiting the
aent of Senator C. A. Mantl, wai al
lowed the privilege of the floor of the
The committee on the compeniation
of lenate employe! refuted aa follow:
Secretary, 45; assistant ooereUtyi
..',0; sergeaiit-at-arrn, fi; assistant
Mrgeaflt-Ot-armO, 44; minute, j.'iinial
in I enrolling, engroaing and assiataut
engroaaing, bill and docket clerks ami
ateiiogrupher, 4 each; judiciary slork,
I4.&0; puge. 42; all other inployOO,
ioelodini iiiininittee cletks, $3.60.
The Tetia-a of (iovertioi linger! on
bill acted usm since the adjournment
ot the last legislature wero presented,
together with the iiiimei of ihe ap
a lint eel of the governor. Tire confir
mation of appointee waa made a spe
cial order for January 20, at 11 A. M.
On motion of Megler, tho vetoo were
made a apetial order for January 17.
The votei cover, among other, tho gen
eral appropriation bill. The excep
tion are; "The appropriation of $!,
600 for the Cheney normal ichool,
117,600 for tine maintenance of the
Whatcom normal ichool, and (20,000
for the equipment and i in proving thu
gronnda ol the laid Whatcom normal
achool are heieby objected to nnd dii
approved, the reason for audi disap
proval being such appropriation! are
opposed to u Juit public policy at tho
present tllllC With theae exceptions
the bill ii hereby approved."
Senate bill 250 appropriated fl.715
for tho lelief of (ieorge W. Bahcock.
The governor'! objection! are: "Fiom
information and boliof, I consider this
claim unjuit. The claimant baa hit
remedy in the courts."
Senate bill 104, relating to tidelanda,
the chief executive considers unconsti
tutional. The committee on giooping commit
tees wa- named al followa: Pltimtner,
U'llebire, Paul, Megler and Carper.
OlOfk'l Salaries riled.
The flrat buitieia ol the day in the
house ufter invocation by Uev. lleuiy
L. lliidger, rector ol St. John', wai
iiikiu the ipcciul order involving the
mloption of the committee leport
ichedtiling sulnriei ol employee.
Mr. Hell iw- iiibmitted an amend
in I-ii t horizontitlly reducing the schedule
60 cent on euoh omployu, but allowing
thu prop- "I 3 extra compeination to
the -i eukei to staii-1. le 1 1 all on the
proposed amendment on laluty ol chief
clerk allowed the relutive itiength to
stun. I about 47 to 23 in favor of lui
taining the committee. Afterone more
test ol itiength, the amendment waa
withdrawn by Mt. Hollows, and thu
committee report wui adopted.
Thu speaker wai authorized, on mo
tion of Smith of King, to employ a sec
retary at a Hilary of t4 per day.
Heal presented a petition from en
gineers and steam useri ol Skagit and
Bnohomilb counties for a law compell
ing inspection of boileia.
A resolution prevailed, offered by
Guoderoon, calling upon the state
land commissioner! office for informa
tion concerning value of the state's
granted capitol lands. The speaker ap
pointed Qandonon, Miuaid and Bod
ford ai inch committee.
A memorial was offered by Daniels,
praying for thu pensioning of Indian
QevomOf (leer's tnlieralty llegenti
Salem. Jan. 13. Qoeemar (leer
sent to the senate this morning the ap
pointment ol Dolph, Uean and Senator
William Smith, of Utiker, ni ment-
Don of the larard of regents of the state
university, nnd Holt as titistoe of tho
Soldiers' Hume, the same as Governor
Lonl had mimed, and which were with
drawn yesterday except Smith in
place of Kincaid. Tho nomination ol
Smith "took the wind out of the sails"
ol the opposition to tho governor, as
Selling expressed it, and instead of a
fight all were confirmed immediately.
two AdiiitiiiriHi goalleooi
Upon the assembling ol tho house
the committee on resolutions reported
buck a resrrrrttioii providing for an ex
amination of tho hooks ol the state
board of school hind commissioners,
with an amendment that the commit
tee be allowed only one clerk, at a sal
ary of 43 K-r day. The resolution was
adopted as ainetn'od.
After the first lending of the bill by
BoaOh of Mtiltnomnh to regulate
building and loan association!, Moody
aske-l the consent of the house to take
up nnd place on its third reading the
bill providing for relief of the supreme
court, and au increase ol the number
of justices of the supremo court to live.
The bill pulse 1 by a vote of 37 to 17.
tBBtaa Aparapriatlaa BUI Banlil.
Washington, Jan. 14. The senate
ippropnaiions committee to-lay report
ed the Indian appropriation hill. It
authoiizod a limited letnrn to the con
tract system ol Indian school.
"'I"a Will Me Senator.
Albany, N. Y.. Jan. 1 1 TlBOOBOOJ
M. Upew waa unaniiu-'ual y tOaMOB ao
the catnli-late of the Kepublican party
lor I'tntevl statee aenaloi at a joint
caucui held in the assembly chambei
tonight. There wai very nearly a full
attendance of mem ben of l-oth houe.
lue election will be hel.t in loih
houere next Tneidir. and on W.ti,. :
day la-th houeei will meet bj joint ee
lion to declare the remit
I Corneliu McUanney and ten borwe '
were burnevl to death iu e Are which
, deitroyed o itohle io New York. I
run in eBeratoe Ban.
Rome. Jan. 13. The Marqoli di
Meilici has ptBfJBIBd for the govern,
ment hii plans of a project to make
Home a 100 port, He estimate! the
eot at 112,000,000. Medici is one ol
the wealthiest men in Italv, and is
prominent as an engineer. He has al
ready executed gigantic works regulat
ing the flow of the river Tiber at a
coat of over 4ti0.000.000, and con
strocted a number ol railroadi and
other feata of engineering.
Hall a Town lleslrayarl.
Halifax. N. S., Jan. 14. -Fire to
day detrored hall of Bridgewater, a
IMpllOBB ihipping and mill town
on La Have river, entailing a loss of
250.000. Ol 58 .toree on Main street
only two remain. Sereuty building!
nill ror Parlflc Coast Taller.
Waahington. Jan. " TlBOtBB Per
kini of lal.fornia, today intrcaluced .
bill for the comtruction of a revtnne
nsci.ooo. ' " "
A NATION'S POWER
Senator Foraker to the Fore
in a Notable Speech.
IKIl'SE PASSKS ALASKA LICKN'SE
Oavaral Heaalors Wariiilr lilsruss r.
rlous BealOllaOI llelallng to Uur
foalllun In the riillliilne.
Washington, Jan. 18. A climax wai
reucho.1 tialay in the debate on tha
question of eipanaion which i in !,,-.
rea in the senate. Heretofore all of
the apeechea, with the notable ex. op.
lion of that of Halt of Concoct itcut,
have been In opposition to what i pre
mined to be the poliey of the admlnia.
tration with rect to the acquisition
of the Philippine!. To-lay Porakor of
Ohio, aihlrcHied the senate in opiaiaitmu
to the declaration of the Veal rea., in
tion, that the United States line m,
conatitutional powei to acquire foreign
territory to be in. untamed as OolOBioo,
While much of hii speech wua devoted
to a constitutional argument iu support
of the right of this country as a nation
to acquire and govern outlyiug terri
tory, ho guru particular attention to
the iilterutice tlmp- have heen made in
oootiavontlon ol that poiliion, and
IbON of Vest and Hoar. Koraker has
a clear, direct and forceful itylo of
oratoiy, which comm. m l- uttetit ion,
not only by reason of the tOOOgnloed
ability of thu man, hut ulo by hi im
petuosity and power as a speaker, lie
is at his hot in a running tire of de-hat-,
and tho frequency of interruption
today affoi-leil him ample opportunity
to o'uoidate hia argument to the heat
advantage. He laid down the hroud
proHisilion that to adopt the Veil reso
lution was to declare that our lathera
had brought forth a nation that was
Infll lor to all othoi nations, regurdleaa
of the generally accepted idea that onus
nation wui the eqtiul of another ami ull
...... ..II.. ...ul ... I...1 I1 liluiiitniiio.l
f-lll-lllj - - .
that the right of nationality, and that
aa we have the right to make wur an-l
to entei into treaty agreements, it fol
lowa lOgicalW that we have the jaiwer
to acquire teriitory by oonqueat and
to assume responsibilitiei that muy ac
crue therefrom. Foruker'i itrong 10
aertiou that the acquisition ol the Phil
ippines wns tempotury in oliarui-tor
created a aensatiuii in the chain her.
Ho maintained, however, that we have
a legal right to hold the isluuda per
manently. Prior to tho iieech by Koraker a
shaip debute was piecipitated by Allen
of Nebraska by some remark! he
made upon a resolution he had intro
duced. Hoar of Massachusetts and
Uray ol Delaware were drawn into it.
Vice-Pieaidetit llohait presided over
the senate to-lay for the tint time since
the holiday recess, having been de
tained ut hia home by un attack ol the
A bill authorizing Lieutenant-(Vd-onel
V'ifquian, ol the Thinl Nebraska,
to accept frum the empoior of China
the decoration of the Order of the
Double Drugon for distinguished serv
ice rendered, was passed.
In the House.
Washington, Jan. 18. Tho house
today completed ami passed the bill fur
the codilicution of the criminal law!
of Alaska, upon which it has been
working inteimitteutly for a week.
An amendment was adopted providing
a high license system iu tho territory,
with a species of local option. Liquor
dealers, by its provisions, are to pay a
license of f 1,000 a year, and tlie con
sent of a majority of the white citi
zens residing within two miles of a
liquor dealer's establishment must be
obtained before a liooeBM can be se
cured. An attempt to recommit the
bill for tho purpose of securing the
adoption of ii provision excluding con
victs from service on juites was de
feated. AMERICAN SPACE INADEQUATE.
Parli Baaoollloa Bahlkli Must Be Care
Boston, Jan. It, Ferdinand IV.
Peck, United States commissioner-general
to tho Pari exposition, in hi)
speech ut thu Algonquin Club huuqiict,
"Although wo have lUOOodod in ob
Lluiiiiiig our fair proportion of exhibit
space for the Americun leotion, yet
our allotment is grossly inadequate,
and those intrusted with tho responsi
bility must make a constant Ittoggbl
in the direction of careful selection ami
extreme condensation, and out of the
demands for space which in the aggre
gate tie already beyond that at 001
oommand, wo mint retain only the ex
hibits that are the best
"This is a period of national expan
sion. In tho recent Btrtfo with n toi
eign power wo have successfully
fought for humanity. Tho booming of
the guns of Admiral Dewey at Manila
has thundered aiound tho earth, and
awakened ull civilisation to the fact
that the American republic now reechel
across the globe, and the nation ol tBO
new centtttv is rising on this side ol
the Atlantic. Therefore tho appinach-
ing pence festival iu Franco is m-Ht
opportune, enabling, as it will. OUf
manufactuier8 and producers to placl
the resources and ware of our nation
before tho 6,000,000 visitor!."
Fruit Trees llamaf-ed.
Waslionirnl Wash Jan. 13. A
m , ,
lioavy (till of plett ivoarreti Uw v,fi
l'n. .iv mill atill
grower! state that a great deal ol daM'
age will result to Irtiit trees is thia lo
Savannah, (ia .Ian 13 The Unit'
isl States transport Michigan left I '-T
for MaUnaeo. with the Eighth Man"
chusett infantry on board. The Iran
port Panama arrived today froui a
Washington, Jan. 18. Consul -(leneral
de Leon, at Guayaqiiill, leportl 10
the state department that a reei
treaty ia proposed between Km - '
an-l Chile, and haa already OB
tied by Eucador. lie sayi that the
treaty ia (amiable to Chile in nu" T
reepect, in some wayi at the coat of
the I'nited Statee commerce, an-l I"1"'
eipally in the direction of flout. IbjooBI
and other Califorutoa prclncts.
Chewelah, Waih.. Jan. 13 A T'
Dobbim wa itrock bv a passei gcr
train here t.alay and killed. Bt
a brother in Seattle