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CADLE TO THE PHlLIPPmi37
AND CABINET GONE
n..itiiiiftj1 All fTittt.
i,.in"""r .' -...i
! jfov. 27. Himllnta, prr-i.t-
V.. nmiuriil MiifArthur today
kflsillr renounced nil further con-.-riili
tho lnaurroctloii. IIu war
vL Inlluontlal Filipinos who
lj it the U'K'K ' tho w,r
Tblch to c"Hl nl lot- "
Arjda Judgcahlp of tho supremo
.11 I 111. Ilf.1l? II II II ,W III
itatdeoiini-'"' uu '" ... i -
uJalrei to accept tho rfwltlon.
.......1 mti'i.r In riMiMiMiiti1fi
CftllS nll!""'",'1 1 HlllUIU-
to their homea, wiiiiu uimira nro
,bvo resigned, and hp Imi
, yilii'lno aolditir will hiy
tkdrarma every whoro tin noon at
irtia the truth.
rjltocnomiino, a lormor memocr
'walled cnlilMft f Agultmldo,
Uts loalit t Ii'IhthI (Jtln t
ttf.un thn tr;iiinort Jlrutua. II
cjht rcfuKU in u village nimr Siu.
with Au'utnal'lo's mother am?
pnatlv'adlcIoi'd Ill Idontlt)
'jCronlii, wlio eapturod him.
4tTll YOUIIg In mill win iiiuuu-
(,3 the trail of Agulnaldo.
SITUATION IN NATAL.
itM)frE rniiii Ounrral White,
di I.ml) lllllll.
jrko, Natal. Nov. An officii
x frotn General W Into, at Uuly-
dated Novemlxir 22. iwya:
Itutlon unchanged. Troojw well
.Vital Adverther confirms tho
rtcif fighting nwtr Willow Grunge.
lr thousand British loft Katrotirt
it afternoon lor reconnol-
Ther unpriced tho Boers at !1
i Thnrnlay morning, and ocen-
the llotr position, baj'onottlng 80
tawny. At daybreak tho Boors
alth qnickllrer. The British
jeprjrwaii uniibln to roach tlio Itoors
vjili Friiifh iwaitlon. therefore, lx
tjw cntniafolo mid wit ovamati'd.
jUjctutlv tho artillery wa brought
Miction, and tho Boora full hack.
3Wlject having toon attained the
returned to Eatcourt."
rill llumlrril lli.rr Klllmt.
, Nov. 27. Tho Dully Mall
W the following dlHmtcii from
tdwcrililiiLf tho battle:
ili l5ocr helil a ifwiltioii which
troops would hold nimliiht nl-
uj force. Tlio UrltiHh victory la
t, Jly wtlmatu of tho Iloor low)
lillol anil 160 wounded. Mr.
:, oorrenjiondniit of tho Ixmilou
mg Yon, wan wound!. Tho
ifriioaeni nro iKnorant. illrtv and
!kl. Tliey nay that half thulr
ml, tired of tho war, will rofuso
I in..., ZTT-n
ljnriT 6'UHIUU5 BONUS.
CfVlrclnln Jlny llitv. to Vny Cow
pom Ju.t llm Httiiln.
V V..L . .
uk, ,ov, a. mo iicriuii
Conildorahlo IntoroBt Iiiih been
amoii; InveHtora by tho an-
meat that a laruo numbur of
JVI..I.I. .... .
w"t wriuin mnio a jor cunt iwinis
wat. It in not known how many
wims uru iiom in iiiih city, utii
"aid that a comparatively largo
r have found mirchiiHurH hem. It
Opinion of Wlino who nr rmmliL
anthoritloa that tho couiwiih from
wmismttio lumdH of Innocont
of Vlfif Inlii
ler what wan know ax tho lUddlo-
fflaw, in ISS2. ft oniifrnnf wim
Virginia to tho Kendall Dank
wmpany, of thl city, for !1 per
OUg, Which M'nrii n .n ..U...l in
'D(t tllO Htnfn ilnl.f VI....... .1.,...
lie COlltrnnf hurl i
l8louof tho legiHlaturo an-
W "10 Hi(l(ll()li.ri.nr hw. Itnw.
bondu iini.i i.. ..
.. i.uf, ntuu yiiiiiu ui
W.UOO wnrn i ... !!...
ki , uAjiii-incil in iiiirif
ana wcro rnfm-iui T..tnr i.nr
"lo imnor full iu .w.f i......
,u " w uuw liJttl
"ernpts were Hindu to rnonvnr thn
hat without till mwiLO lin ti oi-A
I 'year, however, banks in tho
nest have heard much of
'iiif ; n,lH- 11 18 Ha,(1 tl,,u 1,1 st-
Soon 11 trUNt company loaned
;W taking a laruo block of tho
flL ropam uoioro oitnor
awrrownp n. , .....
JvWM without vnluo.
y !Nov' 87. Fifty jobbors
l in y,rftSH' ,lftt)r 1 tWO (lllVH1 H08-
. thlH i.itf i ' .i A'
L" "inrtow GhiHd JobboiH' Ahho-
1 .' JU Clloet till) nnw nuvnliiHnn
Now Ynr!c, Nov "7 a
J'rl.lni.t McKlnlny tSlvfi k
ss "wfiehfr" ,i001'
roixirt, which ho In now coiiHldnrlii! In
ln uh It ,! with all the Sn i
' 'nt year In conneotlon with ,
hlllpptiicn, ('um ,, ,. , j,,1"'
"1 i" tho dUcMlon ndreco,;,M!i,l:
loiu for tho futtHeKovermnentofthe.,,
MwymMUnn It will f tho ImhIh
or thn nioat imix.rtai.t chapter of tho
nldenfa ,,,. Th,!1HJ aro mJs
"I tho Mont eHHonllal font urea of tlio
nocrutary'N obwrvation ami reeom-
Tho liumediato apixilntment of civil
Kovi-rnom for Cuba and Puerto Klco
'Jhe Mulmtlttitlon of civil novermneiit
either by commUalonora civil Governor
for tho Philippine following tho huo
pronnlon of the prem.-nt innurrectioii.
A cotupleto NVHtoin of NiiirraKo In the
Philippine,,, und Puerto itlro with
wlucatlonal and jirojierty qualiflcutions
required for all voter.
Tho lininedlato conatructlon of a
abb. between tho United SUitoa and
No K'-neral reorKiinl7Jitlori of tho
nrmy will bo recomiueiiiled by tlio h:c
rotary at tho pri-wuit tlmo. Uo will
leave thin aubject open for further
coiiHldoration until after tho war In tho
Philippine haa been brotiKhttoa clofo.
It will bo imiritod out, however, that
tho retention of the bulk of tho present
army will bo neceiwary for ooiuo moutlu
WILL RETURN MONEY.
ra NiirrxMrullr Hunt Ht tlio
00,000 an llmir.
ALONG THE COAST.
X'ruin 111 Tlirlvlne 1'aoino
Now York, Nov. UO. Experimental i ltB"" r "'""ni ou.d
.nu, t,.e roiinic-virnij rapid te!c
Kraphy ayatom were rnndo on Sunday
over 1,0110 ,il,.B of wIro, jwtwe0II thl;
fiity and Chicago. Kinala, cotiHlatlntc
t'l tho lottera of tho alplialjet from A to
(" wuru 'it tho rate of 00,000 an
hmir, but, owliu; to tho Kreat amount
'Jl Induction to bo overcome and inter
ference and interruptions with tho
wire, no actual meaHages wore transmitted.
F. K. Smith, who is connected with
tho Goodnoutfh Mercantile & Stock
Company at Klgln, was a recont vlaitor
at La Grande. Ho roports bualnoHH
briak in hla locality. Ono of tho bi
oiitpiita of tho Elgin country is lumber.
Mr. Smith state that nil tho seasoned
material as been shipped out. and sov-
STAPLES REMAIN FIRM.
as Hoourity. In that
no nttompt at fraud,
repaid boforo oithor
3 v.. '
hCL&. l'UNlmHlng age
H. "UlIKllvii uul -In1lniv4 vHll Imv
' , 1110 individual jobbora
liatoSr"118 WlU Ul m,mufao
Ailmlral llfirn Oirr t( Itclniliurn
Tlm.r Wlm Wl.h It.
New York, Nov. 27. A iqwdal to
tho World from Waahlnjiton anya: Any
ftuhacribur V) the Dewey homo fund who
wlahea to, may have hia or her money
back. John It. McLean, shaking for
hla nUter, Mra. D.'Wey, cald:
"Mr. Dewey and tho admiral havo
bvona overwhelmed with, not hundrede,
but thoiiNHida, of telerams of sympa
thy for the allii tion which h.-.n befallen
them In thU fiiriotia and tliouijhtleha
attack made tin their domestic life.
Admiral Dewey's iitatemeut has had
great elfect to accoiiijillhli thia rcvul
hlon of heutimeut.
"Among tho telegrams received was
ono from Kmcron McMillan, of New
York, to the eHeot that if any pcraou
denired the return of hia huliscription
to the homo fund, tho admiral would
forward the list of contributors to him,
together with any letter or dispatches
requesting refunding of tho money, ho,
Mr. McMillan, would immediately
reimburse all applicants in full.
"I am authorized to cay moat posi
tively that all audi ruqueats will re
ceive tho promptest attention. All that
is noccKMiry for these jieople to do is to
forward their requests to tho admiral
himself and not to rush to tho news
jwpor ofllces with them. All that come
in procr stylo will receive attention.
"I also desire to say that nothing
that has hapismed to us thoughout our
lives has been audi a source of :rief as
this public furor. Mrs. Dewey has al
ways been tho favorite in our family
ami has been almost idolized. Wo feel
her grief very keenly and propose to
defend her. At present she Is In no
condition to say uuything for publica
tion. , ,
"This troublo has also seriously
aflllctcd our aged mother, jrho looked
forward to tho coming of Admiral
Dewey with such pleasure and admira
tion, and who was so happy in her
daughter's inarringo. "SVo had novor
anticipated tho outburst, and acted
in absolute good faith, as wo supposed,
Initructlmi to Miicruni.
Washington, Nov. 27. United States
Consul Mucrum, at Pretoria, has been
instructed by cablo to impress upon
President Kruger that it Is the view of
this govornment that tho usago of all
civilized nations sanctions tho minis
tration of u noutral representative in
tho Interest of oitlzona and captives of
ono of tho parties to tho war, and ho
must further insist upon performing
tho sacred duty linked by all the con
.Utlons of humanity. This Is practic
ally an announcement of our govern
ment upon tho execution of tho trust
which it assumed to look after tho in
torcsts of Hritish citizens In tho South
T....H...I ! Ohlriico.
Chicago. Nov. 27Tho Chicago
Dowoy commlttoo, owing to tho receut
criticism of Admiral Dowoy in conuoc
tlon with tho transfor of his homo, do
cldod today to urge an early accept
unco of Chicago's invitation to tho ad
miral to visit this city. Tho date of
tho visit is nomod as May 1 of noM
year, and in tho committee's commun
ication to tho admiral ho is assured
that Chicago citizens do not approve of
t 1 storm of criticism recently raised.
Mayor Harrison supplomonted tho com
f, Uteo'scotnnuuilcatlouby a persona
tolegram in which ho urged tho ad
niirul to accopt tho invitation.
CariieBlo'H Onr Aocitil.
Tucson, Ariz., Nov. ".-Andrew
Carnegie's olTor of $25,000 for a public
Hbrarv building lias boon accoptod, tho
oouncU voSing on tho mi iitjg
plaza and $3,000 lor annum for tho
muihtoimuco of tho library.
1. lu ..n.. .1. i ... .....I I I I tl. . .
nnntiim mm ino systom, which ul mms aro snipping green
bin been successfully operated up to flawed lumber direct from tho saws, so
700 miles, will work at 1,000 miles or ' Knat is tho demand. Thero are six
more when a good wire is obtained and wiwmills in operation in tho vicinity
a Hulllcient battery power provided. In of Elgin, and it is estimated that tho
the experiments here, two ordinary , total shipments of lumber from those
telegraph wires were used Ui form a ,rl,lls during the past three months
compete metallic circuit, and tho
'round connections commonly employed
in telegraphing wero dispensed with.
Josef Virag, ono of tho inventors, was
at this end of tho wire, whilo Herr
Polluk was in Chicago.
When tho wires wero finally found
to bo clear, tlio signals were sent. They
had previously been punched in a roll
of tape by a perforator similar to that
uned in tlio Wheatstono system. The
taix) was passed through a transmitter
containing a metal cylinder, revolving
at a high into of speed. Hearing down
usm tho tajMi wero two needles. At
each perforation a needle completed
tho circuit and made a dot or u dash
at the other end of the lino. A small
electric motor operated tho transmitter.
In order to carry tho signals through
to Chicago, It was found that a current
of 7B volts was necessary.
After the signals had been sent
through tho opparatus to Chicago,
Much Unilnrlyliid Htrflngtli In tho IJairt
IJradstreet's says: A striking Illus
tration of tho undorlying strongth of
tho general business situation is fur
nished this week by tho courso of
prices. Almost without exception val
ues of staples remain firm at previous
quotations or manifest a still further
pronounced tendency toward a higher
level. Tills, too. has occurrod in the
face of a rather smaller distribution In
tho ordinary trade channels than has
been noted in recont weeks. So far as
autumn and winter trado is concerned,
tho complaint of unseasonably mild
weather, restricting retail distribution,
is reported from many cities.
Hut rising superior to this and to the
unquestionably smaller distribution at
flout linn. In tV. .1.
amounts to 3.000.000 feet. Most of I in " " sirengin
thn tnlllM Will ,,. Wt tn ndnn Mil 01 ""lleH, partiCUl
- -" - " w ui u v jfu uftuu a
tho latest date possible, in order to
keep up with tho demand, which comes
largely from Utah and other points
oiierator. using tho ordinary key, tele
graphed back that they had been re
ceived all right. At this juncture the
time for changing from day to night
wires arrived, and tho circuit was in
terrupted ut Buffalo. Tlio experiments
ttere then post(oned to another day.
Articles of incorporation for tho Cedar
River I'oom & Logging Company, with
n capital stock of $50,000, were filed
last week at New Whatcom, Wash.
Tho object of tho corporation is to
catch, boom, sort and hold lumber
logs, piling, shingle twits and any and
all other timber products. To erect
lumber and shingle mills and operato
samo, to own or acquire tugboats for
towing or transportation, etc. The in
corporators of this company are Daniel
H. Do Can, of New Whatcom, who
owns several mills on tho Sound, and
John F. Dufur, recently of Ashland,
I Wis. Tho company will erect a large
shingle mill at South Bend, with a
nn i capacity of 250,000 shingles a day,
Clitlmo of Houtlinrnnm.
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 20. Governor
Miles B. McSwceney today addressed a
letter to tho governor of each Southern
state, asking for united effort to get
Southern representatives in congress
to work for tlio passage of a bill to re
fund $11,000,000 to Southern people
for cotton seized by United States
troops during tho war between the
states. Tho cotton was sold by tho col
lector of customs ut Now York, and tho
funds were placed in tho United States
treasury. Tho United States supremo
court had decided that the government
has no right or title to these funds,
which aro held for ultimate return to
those entitled thereto. But tho funds
cannot bo reached oxcept by congres
sional action, as legislation is neces
sary beforo action can be brought
against tho sovoreign government.
I'orcml to Put lluck.
Seattle, Nov. 29. With a cargo of
dying horses and mules, and 55 empty
stalls, the United States transport Vic
toria roturned to port late tonight, hav
ing been forced by an unprecedented
stress of weather off Capo Flatter- to
turn back from her voyage to tho Phil
ippines. Of tlio 410 horses and mules
carried, 55 wore literally pounded to
death against the sides of their stalls
in the storm, and tho remaining ani
mals are so badly bruised that the offi
cers of tho vessel boliovo that many
caunot bo saved.
Tho Victoria sailed for the Philip
pines last Thursday. ,
Berlin. Nov. 27. Tho Lokal An
zoigor says Professor Stiles, tho scien
tific attache of tho United States emf
bassy, has been recalled because ol
"differences with tho imporial hoalth
officer." As a matter of fact, Professor
Stiles has been treated of lato with un
usual discourtesy by tho health officer,
and ho oilicially reported tho matter to
Washington, advising that Gormany's
scientific attacho at Washington, Count
von Haeko, should bo deprived of priv
ileges liko thoso of which Professor
Stiles was deprived hero. Frofossor
Stiles sails for the United States in De
comber. Ho will not have a successor.
Mciibc Tliroucli Wall.
Chicago, Nov. 29. Frofossor W. S.
Johnson and C. L. Fortior, of Milwau
kee, today made a succosful tost in this
city of wiroless telegraphy. Thoy suc
ceeded in telegraphing without wires
through a snito of sovon rooms, with
nil doors closed, and through seven
walls. Another test was mado when
tho signals woro convoyed through
throo fireproof vaults and an ordinary
t olograph switchboard, in which third
wires woro conuoctod up. ftnd about 40
dead wiros woro locatod. This is con
sidered to bo tho sovorost tost to which
wiroloss tolograph has yet been sub
mitted. Snmoiin Trenty.
Washington, Nov. 29. Tho United
Stutos has doolined to nccopt tho
ngreomont as to tho disposition of tho
Samoau islands reached by Great Brit
ain and Germany. Tho ronsons which
inlluencod tho stoto department horo in
rejecting - tho BritiBli-Gorman arraugo
ment rolntod entirely to minor mat
tors At tho instanco of tho other par
ies'concernod, tho United States pro
pared and submitted a draft of treaty,
which it is hoped will bo acceptable to
all threo uowors.
Tho plant will bo located on either the
Slier millsito or tho Foye & McCleary
site, and work on tho erection of tho
mill will begin somo time during the
next month. The company has already
bought several claims on Cedar river,
Thero Is a strong probability that
persons at tho head of the Oxnard Ueet
Sugar Company, in Nebraska, will es
tablish a plant in the Boise valley,
Idaho. Mr. Oxnard and associates
havo secured an option on the stock of
tho Kidenbaugh canal, tho property
covering 12,000 acres of land owned by
the canal company. The sugar com
pany sent an expert into that region
during tho past summer, a gentleman
named Weinrich. He spent threo
months in investigating various loca
tions in Idaho, Washington, Oregon
and Northern Utah, and reported to
his principals that the Boise-Nampa
valley was better adapted to the pro
ductioa of sugar beets than any other
eeotion ho visited. It seems likely
that tho people will endeavor to colon
ize the lands owned by the canal com
pany, as it is necessary to have great
number of farmers crowing beeta in
order to assure successor a large
manufacturing plant. Wthe factory is
built at Nampa it will be a great help
to that place, but wherever it may bo
erected it will become a potential lac
tor in the future development of the
entire valley. v ,
In vieoftV XCapi
Nomo claim., -bcr
of would-be .
fair and equitable tht
claimshould bo redu.
belief of h,e majority l
pectors, antFa number o
signed a petition tobt.
United States senators and
of Washington asking that
bo enacted making 500 feet st,
logal size of a mining claim '
and forbidding locatinr
power of attornoy. Thl
tho petitioners affim
detrimental to the . . uifl,
venting hundred" -'. men from gottig
locaWons, ar ' enabling others armed
with power of attornoy, legal or other
wise, to secure valuable ground often
miles in extent;
The Hop BInrket.
The officers of the Orogon Hopgrow
ers' Association aro negotiating for tho
siilo of a 15,000-balo lot of hops at 11
cents a pound. If this is consum
mated, it will be one of tho largest hop
sales over mado in tho state. It is re
ported that Lilienthal llros. have in
the past fow days bought 500 bales of
Oregon hops at 10 cents. A. J. Query,
of Puyallup, Wash., is roportod to havo
accopted 0i cents from McNeff &
Swenoy for his '09 hops, consisting of
223 bales. Horst Bros, offeotod tho first
salo of hops at Chohalis, a 44-balo lot,
paying 8,v4 cents. Another lot was
sold to Nois, at a reported prico of 8
Wheat Coming In Itanidly.
J. II. Vermillion and J. Hoskins,
who aro receiving sacked wheat for tho
Pacific Coast Elevator Company, of
Tokoa, Wash., at the lattor's waro
house on tho reservation, report tho
grain is coming in rapidly and that
thoy will soon havo tho building, tho
capacity of which is 14,000 bushels,
full. It is stated that this year's crop
will bo twico aB largo as that of any
L. G-. Thomas, of Chowaucan, Inst
weok made a salo of his bunch of shoop
to W. A. Wilshiro, of Lakoviow. Tho
baud consisted of 1,000 owes and 401
lambs, and tho prico paid was $4,000,
or about $2.75 por head bunched.
arly cotton Koods.
which reflect somo additional strength
of tho raw product, duo to smaller re
ceipts and better foreign advices, but
in a largo measure also portray tho in
fluence of active demand coming on a
market exceptionally bare of stocks. A
further advance in print cloths, a fea
ture of this week, has brought the quo
tation lor standard grades up to 3
cents, a point not touched for four
Raw wool is higher at all markets on
active demand, shared in by the manu
Wheat, including flour, shipments
for tho week aggregate 3,088,077 bush
els, against 4,540,007 bushels last
week, and 5,824,720 bushels in 1898.
Since July 1 this season, the exports
of wheat aggregate 85,408,546 bushels,
against 89,124083 bushels last year
and 101,43,079 bushels in 1897.
Business failures in the Dominion ol
Canada for the week number 38, as
compared with 19 last week, 27 in this
week a year ago, 34 in 1890 and 52 in
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Onioris, new, $1.001.25 per sack.
Potatoes, new, $1920.
Beets, per sack, 75c.
Turnips, per sack, 60c.
Carrots, per sack, 75c.
Parsnips, per sack, 90c.
Cauliflower, 75c per dozen.
Cabbage, native and California, 75
90c per 100 pounds.
Peaches, 65 80c.
Apples, $1.251.50 per box.
Pears, $1.001.25 per box.
Prunes, 60c per box.
Nutmegs, 50 75c.
Butter Creamery, 80c per pound;
dairy, 1722c; ranch, 20c per pound.
Eggs Firm, 33 35c.
Cheese Native, 13 14c.
Poultry 9 10c; dressed, 11 12c.
Hay Puget Sound timothy, $12.00;
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
Corn Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23;
feed meal, $23.
Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$21; whole, $22.
Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.65;
blended straights, $3.10; California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $3.50;
ham. per barrel. $2.90; whole wbVat
flour. $3.00; ryo flour, $3.75.
Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $10.0i
shorts, per ton, $17.00. J
Feed Chopped feed, S20.50 per ton;
middlings, per ton, $22; oil cake meal,
per ton, $35.00.
Walla Walla, 60 52c
51c; Bluestem, 52o perbushe'
est grades, $3.00; gra
'fine, $2.15 per barrr
pyFeed barley, $1 16.50;
br (ing, $18.00 19.00 per ton.
;istuffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
difigs, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $16 per
Hay Timothy, $9 11; clover, $7
038; Oregon wild hay, $6 7 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 50 55c;
seconds, 42445o; dairy, 8740c;
Eggs 27 ho per dozen.
Cheese Oregon full cream, 18o;
Young America, 14o; now cheese 10a
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.00
3.50 per dozen; hens, $4.50; springs,
$2.003.50; goeso, $7.008.50 forold;
$4.500.50 for young; ducks, $4.50
per dozen; turkoys, live, 14 15c
Potatoes 50 60o per sack; sweets,
22io per pound.
Vegetables Beets, $1; turnips, 00c;
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cauli
flower, 75o per dozen; parsnips, $1;
beans, 60o por pound; celory, 70
75o por dozen; cucumbers, 50o per
box; peas, 34opor pound; tomatoes,
75o por box; grbon corn, 13H
15o per dozen.
Hops 710o; 1898 crop, 60o.
Wool Valley, 1213o per pound;
Eastern Orogon, 814o; mohair, 27
H(lo nor pound.
. , ,
Mutton Gross, Dost sneou,
and owes, 3o; dressed mutton, OH
7c por pound! 1,,mba' per 1W.U
Hogs Gross, choico heavy, $5.00;
light and feeders, $4.60; dressed,
$5.5000.00 por 100 pounds.
Beof Gross, top steors, $3.504.00;
cows, $303.50; drossod beof, 0
7 Mo por pound. y
Veal Largo, 07o; Btnall, 8
8 1 so por povnd.