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ir.t o cminiichi imu ii uihhj moving
t:ii Hpet'iK lhreo of tho rcnr cum
kcl. Ihu i;isH(iiKern in tliffto
tfrntjy iiiaiit;Iet. many bulnu
riti nutJiL'n iiiiiiiiiu i.
Uor! wan nt onco n-on t to Heading,
im n piii'L'iiii Irani iiwi in p luimin mill
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BY THE SUEZ CANAL.
ilmlritl Ilntrnjr HpIocIi Ills lloitmwarfl
WatblnKton, May 1C "Houd Olym-
ila mail to IJ. I-. Ktovonii, No. 4 Tia
liilL'nr Sniiiiri. Ivimloti l:iiiliitnl " trna
iih iiiiiii1!! fiiiriifi ntir n fii.i iimti. .1...
It in la tlio llrHt formal Imlfcatlon
huf ihu ftitvtntiu fl.i.Kkt.Iti tu ...Htl..,.
if in H imtnml hifnli FT twin (hmmIiv U
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v t tin lull Bu 1UI II II II k II Ill.fi IU 1IIU
I Tlilt rillllrvnl I mii r viitmi I ( i mi
ft until tlio PJiillimiuu commftjuion
tilt lit U llllf ...t.t 1 1 . k
r w mm ft J IIUIIIUIIIIIU u
- if wo tun iii, ,nu inn y
ftnn rtmntil ntmiiiKt., in 11... t ...
that tbo Olyinpia will not remain
- n villi ti V IU IIIIUI llllf
I mall. Tbo Mr. Slovene reform!
nnnm .... i .... 1. i.
'uanuu mo MUez cami .
r-IIWI I L VIMO r . .1 r n a imnnn
-'vidub IIPIIICT nirAtlptlinnml li V i& llnr.
tery of HUtuuu (lima.
San FranciBco. Mnv in. Tim An.
H'UlieCH of thin h nrnlii nrn riitilillv luit.w.
"Il'tltlimilii. Tint tvnrtr mwli.r .......
now In the mountlnir of tbo eocond bat.
tt-'fy of 10 niortara on tbo IiIiiITh ulinvn
iKbt of tbo buuo nieoes of ordnanco
ro already in position, and tbo otbon
aro buJiiu mouiitod by men from tlio
"'iru artillery. Tboao inortarH aro
considerably lari;or nnd moro doatnio
t'vo than tbo battery of 10 that was
mounted about tliroo years ago. Tho
jiow mortars aro 12.ncb steel, breech
luadini; woapons. throvin a sboll
wolKilng 1,000 pounds, while tbo oth-
8 carry 800.pound Bbolla. In addi
tion to tbo inortnro fi IQ.imOi i-KI,. mwl
lisappeaiinn oarriauo 0f tlio nowost
iodul aro ready for Bbipiuont from tbo
J'Uflt. A Illl1llin nl nil.... 1.1
....... ui utiiui ui, iiun ui
IllOduril tvno nrn niilxliml ir In ,r.n.,oa
of construction, and will bo placed In
'"iuon around tlio ontranco to tbo
y as soon as tboy nro rooolvod bom.
A- Siiih nnii Hour CiiiiiIiIiiu,
Cliicago. Mav 15. Tim !M 1)1 1 11 a nn.
K0d ill Basil, door und blind ninnn.
'ncturo in Cblcneo bavo
ma,J.0llt A"B"8' 1 x'. It 'a atatod,
"ill bo tlllrmi nvnr lv n nnmn.,.!..
PrOliablv In hn ..n..,n,l tl. A t
"Hall & Dnni" f!nm
oi about 10,000,000.
I - --mhru, TAKEN DY LAWTON.
. Manila, May I?. (Im...rfl ...,.
,! ' ! !'r w,,".lH " '"'1r to General
,7. i . . """"Vf" 110 JlUH bflUII
(k.Mr c,ll,ytl(, Filipino government
AkhIiiiiIiiu )h nnld to havo fled Into
oi April ao, when
irniuKi uy unti inuu from
"iroiiuli Sun Ih (ho.
Klvo (lioumitiil Hmnlli prii-onnrn
liy liiMiiiKontM h.ivu bui'ii tiikmi Into a
northwii provlncu nw hciiUuhmI anions
iiibII UiirrlHoim. Tl.oy aro beym,,!
Aiiiorlniti aid tl,lH numm, unh-nn a
VMIi.Ino Hiirrondor takcH plncu within
Tim liiHiiKront Jiospltnl near Pnn IhI
!ro In llllcl wltii woumlcil, ami (Jm,
oral IMIar'n tiiain niiIimInIuiico dnpoi Ih
only fivn miluN from Lawton'H front.
Nativn oppoHitlon compoiluil tbo j,,.
HtifKi-nt jjanoralH to coiiiiturnitiiiil tlio
ortlorH to burn towim an tboy lotrimtud.
Tim Amorlcan policy o( not dummy inx
Jiroporty Ih In favor of thu Unitu.l
through Hau Miguel lam
Ounornl Lawton piiwltod on to Fan
Mlffiiul. KoontN in advanco of (jonural
Lawton'H column wito 11mm upon by
tbo ioImjIh at COO ytinlH. Tlio Kilipinos
rotmalcd boforo tlio Ainorlcnn advainx-,
mid (lonural I.iiwtnn oouupli-d tbc citv.
Han MIkuoI wan bold by 000 Inmirj-untH.
Thoir arniH liavo bton toorotod.
Ooncral Uronorio I'ilar kiivh At?uln.
, nldo, Luna and otber robol cunoralB
, aro forchiK all KiliplnoH to join thu
; innkM and Unlit, doatb bolnu tbo pon
alty of Mifusal.
Anintii tbo ptifonoifl taken at Kan
aro in KpaniardH, who cay that
thu Kilipinos am bccoiuine dlHKimtod
with warfaro ami want to Hiirrondor.
Thu FilipimiH havo driven 81 Kti
lldbmun from icbul turritory.
Lluutonant Colo toihiy oiifortoil on a
t"L' Lcuarda. Auiiiualdo'N ox-tninifitor
of flnanco, who Ih frlundly to tlio
AiiiurloaiiH, from Manila to an it j
pointed placo of mooting, whoro Lo
uaida wmlerrod with General TrbiH
thu liiHUrKont miniMer of war, con
, uerninu nosjotiiitioiiN for peace. Lo
Karda returned to Manila tonight
SOUTHERN COAST COMMERCE
A (iMUlriiiKlu CiiiiipHiir Will Klin to Him
j I'rMiirlarn mill Vhiiciiim nr.
Guatemala Citv, via San Fnincitro.
(May 17. Tbo ii(jont of tbo racillc
i Stuatn Navigation Company and of tbo
; Couipaua Hud Americana do Vapores
has made nrniiiL-cinciitB to commence
oallitiK at Mexican ports as far north as
i Mazatlau. Ultimately tboy will eo to
Hun rranclsco and Vancouver. A
Kreucb and a Hi.anifili lino will also
soon enmo out to thu coast. Negotia
t ions for tbo transfer of tho Northern
railroad to tbo American syndicate,
which is said to bavo an option on it,
nro procevdint; slowly. Mr. ticlette,
O. P. Iluntini-ton'H engineer, arrived
, roiuu days since, after making sound
iiiK'fl at Puerto Hairios and a hasty
reconnoisanco of tho piopoeed hue to
i tills ulty. Anotlier applicant for thu
: Northern property is on tbo spot, Mr
Miller, and A. Smith, who is said to
represent tho ltookefullur interests.
Exchange, which is very scarce, has
again jumped upward, thu quotations
I today for sight bills on tbo United
; States being 210 per cent per annum;
i in other words, $1 in United Status
currency is equal to 13. 40 in our
money. Silvoi is nt a premium of IB
i ... l ....
per cent orer paper ami comiuuos
THE DEWEY FUND.
IS'iitloniil Coiuiiilllrn Itradr to Ifocnlve
WaBhiiiKton, May 17. P. A. Van
derlip, assistant seciotary of tbo treas
ury; Charles II. A lion, assistant secro
tary of tbo nnvy; Perry S. lluatli, as
sistant postmastor-genoral; lirigadier
general Corbin and K. U. Roberts,
treasurer of tho United States, who
bavo been appointed a nationl commit
tee to take chaigo of tho funds with
which to puroliaso a homo for Admiral
Dewey in Washington, held a meeting
todar in Mr. Vandoilin's ofllco. Tho
committee will sorvo any nowspapor,
organizaUon or Individual wishing to
niako a contribution lor tlio purpose in
view. Treasurer Huberts is now pre
pared to receive contributions of any
amount. A handsomely designed to
ceipt will bo gotten out immediately
bv tho engiavors nt tbo bureau of on-
graving and printing, nnd nil contribu
tors will recoivo such a receipt. A
formal address to tbo public will bo
issued soon. Tho first subscription to
tbo fund, $2C0. was received today
from General Folix Angus, of tbo Hal
tinioio American, and ho will receive
rlz Hti'iiimtr Mutt llti Itnturiunl.
Washington, May 17. Tbo United
States supromo court today docidod
tbo prizo money enso of tbo French
steamer Olinn l.odriguoz, tlio first of
tlio naval prizo inonoy ensos growing
out of tho Spanish war to reacli tbo
court. Tlio dooision was announced by
Chief Justice Fuller, and diroctod that
tlio vossol, wliioli was captuiod off San
Juan, Porto Kico, on July 17 last, and
has been bold bIiioo by this government,
shall bo returned to its ownors, on tlio
ground tbat it was not proven that tho
Btoainor's oflloors intonded to ontor tho
blookndod port. I
Ann Ililr(iim Full Into tlm llnnrU tt
Mnnlln, May 15. Gonornl Lawton
lias captured Han Ildcfonso, nino miles
north of Haliuag, which has been his
baso of operations. Although tre
mendously well fortified and dofonded
by a largo and doHporato body of Fili
pinos, General Lawton'H troops rushed
tho trenches and routed tho enemy
completely, with the loss of ono Amorl
J'resh troops nro beginning to go to
tho front, Two battalions of tho
Seventeenth infantry (regulars), that
had been holding tbo lines about tbo
city of Manila, will join General Mac
Arthur'fl division at Han Fernando to
morrow, and one battalion of tho same
regiment will reinforce G neral Law
ton's division near JJaco'or. Those
troops will bo roplaced by tbo Twenty
firm infantry regiment, which arrived
from tho United States on tbo trnn.
port Hancock yesterday.
Captain Grant, of tho Utah battery,
whoso success in managing tho army
gunboats Laguna do Hay and Cava
donga has won him the soubriquet of
"the Dewey of tlio nrmy," has been
put in command of tho recently pur
chased Spanish gunboats, whoso arms
tho insurgents captured. These vessels
aro now being proparod for operations
on the rivers and along the coast. Tho
arming of thu gunboats is being pushed
with all diligence.
Admiral Dewey will bpgin bis return
to America in tho oruisur Olyinpia,
via tho Suez canal. Tho Olyrnpia will
bo dookud at Hong Kong.
Captain Barker will command tho
fleet from the flagship Ilaltimoru.
Lieutenant Kberlo is flag lieutenant.
Captain Wilde, of tho Hoston, will
command tho Oregon. Captain Whit
ing leaves on tho Doston for America,
but will go to San Fiancicco.
EXECTUION OF BRANTON.
Ilnncrd ut CiiEnnn fur Mm Murilor of
John I. Inn.
Kugeno. Mny 15. Claudo Brnnton
was hanged today loi tho murder of
Dranton retired last night nt 11
o'clock, after writing several letters.
Ho slept woll. and got up nt the usual
time this morning, but would not oat
breakfast. Hevorends Pattereon and
Haiidsakcr, of tho Christian church,
woiu admitted to thu jail nt 7 this
morning, nnd remained to tlio end,
praying nnd singing with tbo condemned.-
At 0:30 his pcnplo woro admitted to
tho jail door, and conversed with him
n fow moments. Sheriff Withers then
read tho warrant.
Dranton loft tbo cell nt 10:15 under
tho chnrgo of the sheriff and two
deputies. Ho walked upon tho scnfTold
unassisted and took bis placo on the
trap. When asked if he had anything
to say, be replied be iiad but littlo.
In n Arm voico ho told those prosont
tbat ho did not want them to bear
nuy ill-will against his people on his
account. IIo arked for sympathy and
prayers, and urged thom to walk in
Sheriff Withers sprung the trap at
10:50, and 15 minutes iater life was
extinct, nnd tho body was cut down
Not a hitch occurred in tho wholo pr
cccdings, everything passing off a
smoothly ns possible. Tlio body
dropped flvo feet.
Uoforo leaving tho coll Dranton bid
good -by o to nil ntound. IIo was per
Dranton loft sovoral letters to bo
mailed, and gavo a white tio to his
brother nnd left a Diblo to his mother.
All wiib dono without n quiver of n
muolo. IIo assisted tho ofllceis In ty
ing bis hands, nnd did nil ho could to
help mnko a success of tho execution.
About 00 peoplo witnessed tho exe
cution, wbilo a thousand or moro stood
in the streot around tho Inclosuro, but
wero quiot nnd orderly. Tho body was
placed in n coffin and dolivored to his
Tho crimo for which Claudo liranton
paid tbo penalty of death was Mint of
taking tho life of John A. Linn, n
stockman of Condon, Gilliam county,
in Juno, 1808. Courtlniul Urcon is
now serving n lifo sentence in tho pen
itentinry for complicity in tho crimo.
Tlio Filipino Ciincrrnm.
London, May 15. A special dispatch
rccoived hero fmm Manila says that
tbo Filipino congress now sitting nt
San Isidro is composed of 50 mombors,
of whom 20 favor poaoo, nnd nn equal
number are irreconcMnblo. Tho oth
ois, holding tlio bnlanco of power, nro
ready to admit tl'nt absoluto indopond-
otioo is hopeless of nttninmont, but do-
nun id bottor terms at tho hands of tho
Full Krnm ii Truln.
Tacomn, Wash., May 15. William
Godsby, assistant cook of tho west
bound overland Northorn Pacifio
train, mirnculonnsly escaped donth,
falling from tbo tram nonr Ellonsburg,
whilo going 80 miloa nn hour. IIo
landed in a clunin of willows bosido
tho trnok. His fall was not uoticod.
IIo wnlkod to tho nearest station nnd
took tho next train to this olty, bolng
only slightly bruised.
Tim lilcynlx Trilit.
Trenton, N. J., Mny 15. Artlolos of
incorporation woro filed with tho sooro
tnry of stnto tonight of tbo Amorionn
Dioyolo Company, with nn authorized
capital stock of $80,000,000.
THE HOP OUTLOOK
A J'ortlntiil Mnrclinnt'n Olmnrrntlom
Aftr it Tour of tlio tVnlilii;tuii
mill Orncoii trictn.
Captain George Popo, n Portland hop
ncioiiant, rec-j'itiy returned from
tour of inspection of tho hop flolds of
wasiilngton and Oregon. In discuss
ing tbo season's prospects ho said:
if. . . . ..
-uy iour oi inspection took mo
through tho Puynllup valley and
Southern Washington, and from what
I bavo seen tho unseasonable weather
has worked a great hardship on tho
hopgrowers in both states.
"Moit growers havo been nblo to ao
compllsh very littlo in the way of oul
tivatlon in tho Puynllup vnlloy. Thoro
are few yards which bavo been well
cultivated, because their location was
favorablo, ns regards drainage, but In
by far the greater number of yards tho
initial work of raising a crop remains
to bo dono. Somo of tho yards on
Whito river look well, and tho young
vines arc in progress of being trained,
but ns a rule I saw few yards whore
tho voung vines weroabovo tho ground.
"Tho Patterson yard, at Olequa,
looked well; evidently much work had
been dono there up to date, tho nature
oi thu soil admitting cultivation.
Throughout the Willamctto valley
may pay mat i nno tlio ynrUB in more
forward condition, although quite a
nurnbor of growers bavo not yet com
moncod to cultivate. This is notice
nblo on low-lying ground. On tbo
higher upland prairies tho young vines
nro coming up strong and healthy.
especially whoro there was fall cultiva
tion. At Hampden Grange, on Elliott
Prairie, wiiero my firm controls a largo
yard, wo bavo vines up to tho wires,
which nro 10 feet above tho thoground,
but wo nlso havo n portion of our yards
where tlio outlook is not so reassuring,
because wo could not do any fall plow
ing. However, from what I observed
in Clackamas, Marion, Linn nnd Polk
counties, I havo como to tho conclusion
that wo havo tho prospect of a very ex
cellent crop, taking of course into con
sideration that for tho past two or three
years n great number of yards have
been allowed to deteriorato on account
of poor or lack of cultivation. In some
sections I havo noticed tho young
shoots aro already being attacked by
the aphis, but I do not attach much
importance to this ns a fow days of hot
weather is sufficient to kill off the
'ground crop' of this pest. It is tho
Juno-July brood of tho aphis that plays
such havoc in our hop fields, but as wo
nro now having our full share of pre
cipitation it is reasonable to infer that
when tho weather settles wo shall get
our just duo of sunshine and warm
weather, and ns wo aro having nn ab
normal amount of rain now, it is but
fair to predict wo shall havo a corre
sponding summer and fall of dry
"On tho wholo I am well satisfied
with tho outlook, both from n mer
chant's and growoi's point of view.
This is tlio situation: Should nil hop
growing sections of tho world be equal
ly well favored as Oregon and Wash
ington, tho production of this year's
crop might bo in excess of what is
wautod, but I do not look for this, as
my observations for many years lead
me to tho conclusion that when ono
section Is well-favored, nnother section
suffers correspondingly, either from
drouth, hail, wind, frost or nphls. The
now crop w.il thcroforo como on an al
lii Odt baro mniket, nnd I look for prices
that will recoup tho giowers' fur the
IionrnncR In tViithlncton.
Tho report of Washington State In
surance Commissioner Hoifner, show
tho following summary of insurance
business transacted in tho stnto during
tho year 1898: Sovonly-ono fire insur
ance companies wrote risks nniounting
to ?H3,g3:j,718, nnd upon this incurred
losses of $501,344 83, and paid lossos
amounting to $588,303 82. Tho gross
premiums amounted to $1,075,004 13
nnd not premiums, 1,241,170 81
Taxes woro paid omounting to $10,-
281 03. Lifo risks woro written
amounting to $5,027,155 during tho
year, with $18,709,008 in forco D'
combor 31, 1898. Lossos wero pa
nniounting to $341,100 20, nnd tax.
woro paid in tho sum of $8,120 34.
Marino insurnnco was writton amount
ing to $8,704,053. nnd losses pp.id,
$113,052 10. Not premiums amounted
to $99,502 10. Accidents policies wero
writton amounting to $11,108,300, nnd
losses paid amounting lo $40,510 09.
Tho gross premiums amouuted to $57,
Olyinpia to tlio Cruder Olympln.
Tho final order has been given for
tbo souvenir to bo presented to tho
oruisoi Olyinpia. Tho matter of a
suitnblo inscription hits boon in con
troveisy with tho momorinl. committoo
ovor since tho funds woro raised, but
finally tho following has boon agreed
on: "From tho oitizons of Olyinpia
nnd stnto of Washington grootings of
Olyinpia to her namcsako." This lias
boon forwnrdod to Arthur P. French,
tho Now York sculptor, to bo put on
Ilevenne Cutter Fleet.
Tho United Stntos rovonuo outtor
float has loft Sau Francisco for tho
North. Tho vossols will rendezvous
nt Sonttlo, whoro tboy will roceivo or
dors from tho treasury department.
Ci.nnolldntlon of Street ItiillTTnyn.
Tho consolldntlon of tho stroet rnll
oads of Scattlo is an accomplished
fact. Six of tho principal linos in tho
oitr, cable and electric, havo been
brought togothor under ono ownership,
and are soon to bo controlled by ono
exeoutivo head. Thursday tho deal,
which bos been pending for weeks, and
which has been talked of for four or
five years, was closod by an agreement
between tho owners or tho ropiesenta
tives of tho railway lines involved. A
new company will bo organized imme
diately, with an authorized capital
stock of $5,000,000.
Orrpon Normal Bcliooln,
At tho meeting of normal school
presidents held at Salem, there wero
present, Presidents Campbell of Mon
mouth, Anderson of Drain, Van Scoy
of Ashland nnd Itoid of Weston. Tho
representatives of tho different schools
agreed upon a plan for harmonizing
tho courses of study nnd tho require
ments of graduation. They will recom
mend to their several boards a four
years' course, to begin ns soon as pos
siblo after next year; a list of accredit
ed high schools; a uniform requirement
for admission, nnd nt least 800 bonis'
practice teaching before graduation.
Woolcrownrn Will Hell.
It is the belief nt Pendleton that tho
wool market will open up in a couple
of weeks, nnd that tho clip of this
year will move off at the prevailing
prices. Tho growers nro not inclined
to repent their error of last year and
bold thoir wool for higher figures.
Wool continues to arrive at Tho
Dalles at the rato of about a dozen
loads a day. Some of the last year's
crop is being shipped out on consign
ment, so the warehouses aro able to
find plenty of storage room for tbo now
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Onions, 80o$1.10 per 100 pounds.
Potatoes, $35 40.
Dcets, per sack, $11 25.
Turnips, per sack, 50 75c.
Carrots, per sack, 75c.
Parsnips, per sack, 8oc$l.
Cauliflower, $1.00 per doz.
Celery. 35 40c.
Cabbago, native and California
$2.50 per 100 pounds.
Apples, $2.003 per box.
Pears, 50c$1.50 per box.
Prunes, 50c per box.
Butter Creamery, 20c per pound:
dairy and ranch, 12 18c per pound.
Cheese Native. 13c.
Poultry Old hens, 10c per pound:
spring chickens, 14c; turkeys, 10c.
Eresh meats Choice dressed beel
steers, prime, 9c; cows, prime,
9c; mutton. 9c; pork, 7c; veal, 810o.
Wheat Feed wheat. $20.
Oats Choice, por ton, $20.50.
Hay Pugel Sound mixed, $7.00
8; choice Eastern Washington tim
Corn Whole. $23.60; cracked, $24;
feed meal, $24.00.
Barley Kolled or ground, per ton.
$2520; whole, $24.
Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.35:
straiuhts, $3.10; California brands,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $3.50; graham,
per barrel, $3.00; wholo wheat flour,
$3.75; ryo flour, $4.60.
Millstuffs Bran, por ton, $15;
shorts, per ton, $10.
Feed Chopped feed, $21 22 por
$n; middlings, por ton, $22; oil cake
meal, per ton, $33. "
Wheat Walla Walla, 67c; Valley,
68c; Bluestem, GOo per buahel.
Flour Best grades, $3.20; graham,
2.05; superfine, $2.15 por barrel.
Oats Choice white, 4344c; choice
gray, 4142c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $22.00; brew
ing, $23.00 por ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $10.00
Hay Timothy, $80; clover, $7
8; Oregon wild hay, $0 por ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 8285o;
seconds, 2730o; dairy, 2527o store,
Cheese Oregon full cream, 13o;
Young America, 15o; now oheeso,
10c por pound.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $84
por dozen; hens, $4.005.00; springs,
$1.253; geeso, $0.007.00 for old,
$4.505 for young; ducks, 5.00
5.50 por dozon; turkeys, live, 15
10c por pound.
Potatoes $1 1.10 per sack; sweets,
2c pur pound.
Vegetables BeetB, 00c; turnips, 75c
per sack; garlic, 7o por pound; cab
bage, $11.25 per 100 pounds; cauli
flowor, 75o por dozon; parsnips, 76o
por sack; beans, 8c per pound; celery,
7075o por dozon; cucumbers, 60o pet
box; poas, 83c per pound.
Onions Oregon, 5075o por sack.
Hops ll13o; 1897 crop, 40o.
Wool Valloy, ll12o per pound;
Eastom Oregon, G10c; mohair,
27o por pound.
Mutton Gross, best Bheop, wothoro
nnd owos, 4o; dressed mutton, 7o;
spring lambs, 7o per lb.
Hogs Gross, choico hoavy,, $4.50;
light and feodors, $2. 50 3.00; dressed,
$6.000.00 per 100 pounds.
Beof Gross, top steers, 4.00f4.50;
cows, 82.50O3. 00; drossou beet,
6CJbC per pound.
Veal Largo, 07o; small, 7J68e