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i01 "....lmtinii with prominent pub-
liKft' , ,,. Citviiriuir TllOlllllH
?'n' . mrH of action. Tho
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Ihicr, uu-lcr the great
Tiwnkr with othe
.tj.i,rn iho HUlirenio co
eal of tho
to bring ii
court of tho
The rcpliCH from governor of those
ItreccfnMW ,hllt Ml,v,ir ",,ow,l,1 ,H'
9 ,.r .miIiik bavn bei!II IDOHt
ISctorj'- proiniKlng awlMtance, and,
jjwilble. nctlvu co-oporation. Kn
!Sllr in Texan haH tho reception of
Iieidtabecn cor.llai, aim u im iwoimi
Sr Hacker will K to that ntnto and
sttbo governor and tato oniclals
kf' proceeding io viimhiik'.
waft caint tho government will lx.
r Tlw. TT.(tl.1 Klll
jHootUrj' League will give tho ntat of
Ifolowlo as a preMJiir., u mnu nmu.
Wr'cof tho purent metal of 100 ounei-M,
ltd rciircwniiiig 'lt IMir rUo-
lie trwina-r of tho Htato will then
toilly prewnt the brick in tho tato.
rwiuto will Hcnd it to tho United
futtirolntttt WiiHhington, with tho
feoimd that it bo coined into 100 nil
"Thi demand, of rourne," ni.vh .Mr.
lEocier. "will 1m rofiiKfd. Uj)ou tlio
n(al, rait will bo entered in tlio
rail! sn. mmroiiio court, for wo
kieno right, under tho conntitutlon, I
Ddfinand that bullion bo coined, j
Tbeqaettion will le raifed aH to whero ;
eatonstitution laniiH uh, aim ino nun
Inwht in tho nanr. of thoHtuto of ('ol
tmiio to mcuto inoro rapid action than
ttaerwiDO would bo given it."
Mr. Hncker will bo astdHtod by coun
lelfrom thifl and other ntnteH.
IT IS NOT A PICNIC.
titcbtldrr Kiiroiititnrrtt Koriny In Hit
Muri'li to Ajmrrl.
Washington. De.). 18. Tho war do
Urtment today received 11 cablegram
Irjrin,; tho latent devolopmoiito in tlio
Btnatioa in tho 1'hilipplnoH. Tho ca
tiejrram is as followH.
"Manila, Deo. 18. Hutcholdor,
Twenty-fourth infantry, roiwrta that
oa tho 14th he had an engagement at
tho junction of tho Magat and tho Hio
Crando, IhaIkiIIu nrovinco. tho enemy
leaving four dead and flvo mortally
rounded in tho trenchoH. Onr loon
s ono drowned and four wounded,
life eaya hu in in ncod of olothing, pro
tijions and monoy. Ho will reach Ta
foagarno, Cagayan jirovinco, nhortly,
Doubtless tho navy relieved him yeutcr
day. Four hundnxl rind povonty-flvo
I Spanish prisonerH arrlvod thin morning,
mong them tho Hick nt Vigan, num
"ioung, at nanqul, NorthweHtorn
Loron, ronoits that bin troops aro ntlll
Ipwming tho remnant of tho inimr-
!fenti), who havo 1!J American prifonora
l their pofisoKHiou. Tho country in
JMceedingly rough. Our mon, without
"wesi aro still porsiHtontly imrHuing.
"Tho number of Spiuilnh priHonors
Mw in tho hands of tho iiiHurgentH ia
tfobably 1,000, niOHtly in tho south.
'lct to effect their roleuso in ft few
"Ncgroa roports that Sorgennt Koo
r, Sixth infantry, 20 soldiers and 18
Mvo polico, attacked 400 iiiHrtigents
"Madrigal this morning. Thoro wero
j casualties. Tho onomy'B loss was 28
u'lcd ami nmuv WOuudod. OTIS."
IiinlliiK 11 Nimv Coul Silliply.
Ban VrntiMc,. n iu IT v..
"ontington, of tho Southern Faciflo
winpany, has gono to Moxico with a
rP3 of exiiorts to iimko 11 fhml oxanii
Mtion of n hod of coal in tho stato of
jpnora, about 00 mlloH oft tho lino of
j4 Sonora railway, which runs from
on, Ariz., to Guayainas, Mexico.
ine Southorn Paciilo rocontly pur
cJJaEcd this rond from tho Santa Fo.
coal deposit will cost tho Pouthorn
rjclfioOP.OOO. A branoh from tho
ornnilway to Uio property will
ft. rnilrol company lmH. during
l0Pa8tl4 mniiMic, nmnlnvml i.Rno
?,ts in hauling coal from Utah and
'Wining to supply its locomotivos in
t?va and California. Utuh nnd
joming conl for tho uso of tho com
g dolivorod as fur south ns 13ak.
Ihillnr lliiiiii.(l by dm llmirg lit th
Jndon, Don. 18. Tho warofllco lm
received a dispatch announcing that
(Jonoral Hullor haH mot with serious re
verse, IohIiik 1 1 kuiih. General iltillor
was attempting to cross tho Tugola
river. Finding it iiiijxiwtihlo to effect
his object, ho ordered a retirement in
order U avoid greater losses. JIo loft
11 guns behind.
1'ho following In tho toxt of
IJullor'B dispatch announcing
, liullor to Lansdowno
iiiimp, una. in. i regret to report a
Bunoud rovorno. 1 moved in full
itrongth from our camp near Chevoly
at -1 o'clock UiIh morning. There aro
two fordahlo places in tho Tugola river,
and it wan my intention to forco a pas
sage through at ono of them. Thoy aro
about two milcH apart. My intention
was U force ono or tho other with one
brigade, Hiiiijiortod by a rentral brigade.
General Hart wiih to attack the left
drift, (ienoral Hildyard tho right road,
and (ienoral Littleton wan to take tho
center and to support either.
"Karly in tho day I Haw that General
Mart would not bo able to force a pas
sage, ami I directed him to withdraw,
lie had, however, attacked with crcat
gallantry, and bin leading battalion,
tho Onmiiught runners, I fear, Hollered
a great deal. Colonel 1. O. Jirooko
wiih wrioHly wounded.
"Wo liavo abandoned 10 guns and
loHt by shell-lire ono. Tho Iochoh in
(ienoral IIunt'H brigade are, I fear, very
heavy, although tho proiortion of
severely wounded, 1 hope, in not largo.
Tho Fourteenth and Sixty-ninth field
ImttoricH also suffered novero Iorsoh.
"Wo havo retired to our camp ut
SHOT WIFE AND SONS.
Jrnloua Sinn Then Hi-nt llnllrt Throiieli
IIU Own Jli-utl.
Tacoma, Dec. 18. Adam Crist de
liberately chut hiH wlfo fatally, killed
8-year-old con, nerioufily wounded
a Hoconii Kin, ageo yeare, aim men
ended tho trauedy by putting a bullet
thiough IiIh own brain. Jealoimy is tho
only motive asii;ued for tho crime
CriHt in tho proprietor of tho Chicago
Iiouho, and returned thin morning Irom
a hIx monthH' buhincHH trip to Siiokano.
Ho wiih at tho hotol during tho
morning, and apparently in tho bent of
health and HpiritH. About 2 o'clock
in tho afternoon ho went to a Pacific-
(lVonuo pawnbroker and purchased two
nivnlviim. Ho Htooiiod a few doors
uwuv t (l drug utoro and Iwught 25
CCIltV worth of vitriol. Ho must havo
j,n)eeeded directly homo, for tho fihoot-
iiia occurred onlv a few moments later,
Crist was in tho hotol kitchen, on
tho second floor, when his wifo was
called to tho head of the stairs to talk
to a ieddlcr. After the interval ot a
few moments he sent tho younger child
Ui ask her to conio to tlio kitcnen
Immediately afterward four shots wero
fired, all of which wero found to havo
taken effect in her lody. Ho then
inriiml tho revolver on tho little boy
ml wounded him in tho leg, but tho
child managed to crawl down tho stairs
Tim unniiiii Rtatr'-rcrcd to tho siilo
...,.u- ..ml CriHt went into tho hall,
..imclit tho 8-vear-old boy
Thero aro no witnesses to this part of
tho tragedy, but from tlio position 01
tho lK)dies"Crist must havo hold tho lad
,.iD l.i... while ho put ft bullet
through his heart. A 41-caliber bullet
through his own head followed, and
iNith bodies fell to tho floor, still
clasped iu each othor's arms.
Navy Ih Hii.Uy liiN' of Mo".
n'..i...,.in., Don. 18. Tho navy
II iiniim'"! , 1
1 o, ..i.-t ni Mm Will maximum, nnu
this in spito of tho best efforts of tho
recruiting officers. Secretary Long
has called tho attention of congress to
this, and suggests that it might offer ft
decided incentive by extend ng to sai -ors
enlisting the benefit of tho net allot
ing ot apprentices clothing not to ex
ceed 4B in value. Under tho present
system, tho men are kept in debt for
n.onths after enlistment by the purchase
of tho necessary outfit.
Vallojo, Cal., Doo. 18.-Sixty w-
cruits from tno umiu
Ctford have refused to sign art c es
of enlistment uuc a, -
... i t nSX TIlMV Ullllllti
tho government onarges w.o... -.b
. .i -i ....!,.,,, mill idothcs. Iho
COSt 01 IHOll uuii"'"'
.rS iV' , A.imlrul Farrauut's flag
1 ' rw"r " of Mobile bay, in
8IUP M " "J.... Mm r. four
tho civil war. ,
tno civil '..., rnstorod. and
voars sue iiHH uuu" "-.' ,
iH noVl.oiniJUtcloutfor a cruise to
KoTSrork, whore she will be .used as ft
hin. Tho mon
needed in tho sorvioo.
ituvor. Contmet for Wool
.i n.m 18 For two weoks
,J$JX of Eastern wool
aBtrupiB isoston, hnvo
lrin8' " "" ;b, wool-urowingseo
iioxtyur;i-. , beon
80iv0 ,m"1 v,'n i co hen delivered
oiioreu, ui. i .
V .ni. nf from 17 to
iWMintl. 1110 uaiinu
Z or derive 111 received by tho
ioay oiu .lnlivory uoxt fall,
. X lull
advance is tnat
ZVZu TTola supply, all the
1111(1 w i.i .,r. liidnu secured.
THE FJSII INDUSTJOY.
Htntltl(!M of C'oIiiiiiIiIh itlvnr Hiilmoii
J'nek an IJIvon In Amiiiiil It,,p(,rt of
C'oniiiiUiiIoiinr Kmjil, of Ori-nu.
FIhIi CommiHsionor V. C. Keed, of
Oregon, ha filed his annual roiort in
tho of II co of tho governor. Tho report
covorH tho year ending October 31,
180U. It 1h a voliiminoiiH document
and covcrw tho year'n work in detail.
On tho Hiibject of hatcherioH tho re
port roviowH tho progrow) in locating
and coiiHtructing tho buildingo and tlio
work accompliHhed in tho atato during
tho past year.
Tlio number of chinook nalmon eggB
taken from tho different hatoherien in
Oregon tributary to tho Columbia river
for tho year 181)9, io iih followo:
Tipper ClackamriH hatcliory 2,200,000
Bulmon rlvor lintrhcry riOiV)
Cluckiiin.'tH hatchery 1,000,000
Total for Oregon 3,800,0X1
Chinook Halmon eggH taken on tho
WiiHhiiigton Hide of tho Columbia:
Chinook hatehfry ; 1.800.000
Ka.nina h;ilrh"ry 4 nto iy.o
Wind rlvor hatchery 2,600000
l.lllln Wlilto Kiitrnon hiitphnrv lOWKilHifl
Chewaukum hatchery 1,000.000
Total for WnHhlnKton la.OOOO'.O
Total for Columhla river 2.3,100.000
From tho Halmon that wero marked
by Mr. Hubbard, hatched from e'gH
taken in 1805, thero wero caught dur
ing tho ceahon of 1898, 1375 fiHh weigh
ing from 10 to 50 poundo each. Dur
ing the HoaHon of 1899 tho packcro and
dealerH havo neglected to watch for tho
marked flub iih well an thoy should,
HayH tho report, but between 40 and 50
havo been reported, tho average weight
leing nearly 10 poundH greater than
thoho taken in 1898.
Tho report hhown a falling oiT in the
number of cacoH of Halmon cannid dur
ing tho pant HfUHOii on tho Columbia aH
comiiared with 1898. ThiH is in part
accounted for by tho increased number
of pounds of Halmon handled by tho
Tho following utatlhtics of tlie Bal
mon jiack aro given:
Spring pack, Oiegon Bide- -Variety.
Chinook lD1.10i 1,051.0!M 00
Ii ucbackH 22.153 J?l "
Steelheada 13,953 89,797 M
Total 233,218 Jl.2ii2.C4J 5u
Spring pack, Washington side
Variety. Cases. Value.
Chlnooks C0.M0 J 277.750 CO
Illuebaeks 7 650 40 975 00
Steelheails 3,310 15,030 00
Spring pack, both sides
Fall pack, Oregon side- -
J 333,733 00
5S 039 00
Total 34,567 153,531 CO
Fall pack, Washington side
Fall pack, both sides
t 4S.S25 00
f 201,376 50
Total on columi)ia...aw.iza
Total on coast rivers. 74,932
Total 415,057 J2.O72.307 50
Amount and value of each species of
fish consumed locally and shipped East
for tho year 1899:
Fregh salmon 2.19S.239
Salt wnlmon ll3?M52
mp t 2S0,500
Shad . 275,280
CatMnh .. 52.380
Tom cod 9.000
Republic is soon to vote on the ques
tion of incorporation.
a Portland man has bought 25,000
pounds of wool at Ashland at 15 to 18
Washington has a stringent law for
tho protection of hotolmen from board
Tho Fairhavcn coal minos, at coko-
dalo, havo beon soiq to w ui
Domaudhas outstripped tho supply
of lockboxes at tno sponiiuu iw"i
whero 702 aro now in use.
A cravity water supply, to bo piped
nine miles, is minor cuubuiuiuhuu
llakor City's common couueu.
i,ni.r r.itv is talking of ft "modern
pavemout" for its leaning
stroot, to renovo i
fnl iiiiniivod couttltion."
V . rt.-i. rtArt 1
Approximately a sum ot yuu,uuu m
delinquent taxes was pain into u
tronKurv this year on Whatcom
UUUHWJ , - . mm olvMlt.
city proporty. i
$50,000 was tho interest penalty of 0
or cont . Treasuror Roodor has placod
this to tho creoiv ui iud , ---- -
tho city of Whatcom has entered a de
mand for it. The matter will bo taken
into tho courts.
Arthur Iluoy, who wont from his
homo, near Walla Walla, to work n
Umatilla county harvest Holds early
in tho fall, and who was sought by his
parents for weoks ftftorithad como timo
for him to roturn homo, has turned up
alive and well. Ho wont to Redland,
Cal., and a newspaper par up
ing of his parents' search iuaucoti mm
. l r,nMi fnllnw IIIH
to write homo
MUST REMAIN OPEN.
fiovornmont Una no TUht to Iieino
A very important question has just
been decided by Commissioner Jlor
maiin, of tho general land offlc n. irnv.
erning placer mining upon the beach of
iienring sea on tho coast of Alaska, at
and near Capo Nome, tho now gold
Hold. Tho decision affects mining and
localities embracing tidolands below
tho line of ordinary high tido. Numer
ous applications aro ponding boforo tho
interior department as to locations upon
such lands, which havo been demon
strated to contain gold in marvelous
quantities. Individuals or associations
of persons and Incorporated mining
companies are seoking concessions from
tho government by which they may ac
quire exclusive mining rights and
privileges pertaining to such tidolands.
Tho commissioner decides that tido
lands in tho district of Alaska aro not
public lands, subject to disposal to
individuals, under any of tho oxisting
land laws of tho United States, and
that tho department has no statutory
authority to mnko concessions to indi
viduals of any mining rights pertaining
to such tidolands.
A citation is made by the commis
sioner of tho case of Shively vs.Boalby,
decied by tho United States supremo
court, in which it was hold that tho
United States, upon acquiring a terri
tory, whether by cession from ono of
tho states or by treaty with a foreign
country or by discovery and settlement,
takes the title and tho dominion of
lands below high-water mark of tide
.waters for the benefit of the whole peo
plo in trust for future states, to bo ere
atcd out of tho territory, and it will bo
further hold that congress has not un
dertaken, by general laws, to dispose of
lands below high-water mark of tide
waters in a territory, but, unless in case
of some international duty or public
exigency, has left the administration
and disposition of tho sovereign rights
in such waters and lands to the control
of the states respectively when admit
ted into tho union.
A NEW COPPER DISTRICT.
Development on Trout Creek, In Crook
Little has been said regarding the
Trout creek mining district, in Crook
county, Oregon, and the outside world
is consequently unaware of the fact
that a great mine is hero being devel
oped. Tho visitor to the camp sees
this at once, and naturally wonders that
no news reaches the public regarding
such propositions. Tho property, con
sisting of 12 claims in a group, has
been provided with substantial and
commodious buildings, all fully fur
nished and equipped. On the hill at
tho shaft is a 60 horse-power economy
boiler, 8 by 10 hoist; pipo lineifor
vatm supply from the pump in the
ravine, blacksmith shop and tho frame
work for raising the gallows frame, 34
feet in height, for operating the hoist;
also cars and ample trackage.
The shaft descends on the dip of the
. , 11? i i oft
vein, tne present angle oeing uooui, ou
degrees from perpendicular, and hoist
ing will be "accomplished by solf-dump-in
skip. ATdepth of 180 feet has been
"teamed, with! about 120 feet of drifts
r . .1.. i- ii irto
awicross-eumn2 at mo iuu
OresiL all fiVanea ari
tho oro bins,3Lxv
The voin pfi$f).
and west fau
across n round
as space nuingsi
on the foot 6i
11 . -j.
Ha circular tract of th
lar tract of thiA
-.lted, bv simple subs
isurrlncr in a recion oi bocoi.
w . . -i -I 1 .
and faulted basalts and other lavas
thoso latter overlaid by a sheet of por
phyry. Other prospects with yery
- . . ... 1 1 . i ,i
good showings occur in una uuui
tlio time is not distant whon tho merits
of tho camp will be ostahiisnoa.
Surely Oregon has added nnotner pro
ducer to her list of mines.
G. N. to Benin Work.
Tho Great Northern has olose a con
tract with Grant, Smith & Co., of Chi
cago, for the construction of a portion
of tho road's now line on its recently
secured right of way near Spokane.
Tho amount of tho contraot is not an
. ,.n,i Work is to becin immedi-
titely. Tho contract awarded to the
Chicago Arm covors that portion of the
,iiit nf wnv extending irom whero
X4UI tB " "" ... L t
it- invos tho present main lino wost ot
the army post to the Spokane river at
rrlin nnnatrnfltlon DV UIO UIDUU xmw.-
arn rallwav of the new line tnrouga
t, t.,ov mnntrv from Index to Ga
lena, and from tho hUtor point w iu
district, will bo about 17
W1D llllt.v - ,
...Una til Inn nth. and will cover tho
richest part of tho Index mineral torri
Trnnsferrlne His Affections.
m inTim surprised to hear
ually lost ni
havo broken off your engagement with
that Boston girl. What was w
t0 Pigotto I found that it waa cheaper
I to join a library. Puck.
TRADE QUIETING DOWN.
Unilldturheil, Howovor, by Vntavnr
nblo Money Situation.
Kradstreet's says: General trade in
wholesale and manufacturing lines is
quieting down, but it is worth nnHno.
It is undisturbed by the monoy situa
tion, the influonco of which has boon
confined to speculative circles. Holi
day trado, on tho other hand, has been
given a decided impetus, and compari
sons with the same period of preceding
years aro uniformly favorable, littlo
doubt romaining that although retail
trado in seasonable lines has heon af
fected in some localities bv unfavor
able weather, holiday specialties havo
enjoyed exceptional activity. As re
gards prices, it is a notable fact that
as many staples hove advanced thin
week as there havo declined, while by
far tho larger number of Quotations
havo remained steady or firm. Tho
strength of textiles is still a most nota
blo featuro of the goneral situation.
Cotton goods aro hevily sold ahead
by agents, and a very large spring busi
ness has already boen booked. Raw
cotton is firm and unchanged on the
week, partly owing to the light re
ceipts and to reaffirmation of a short
crop estimated by the department of
agriculture. Manufactured goods.
where not advanced, are firmly held.
Wheat, including flour, shipments
for the wcekaggregato 3,250,049 bush
els, against 5,133,331 bushels last
week, 0,248,659 bushels in the corre
sponding week last year, 4,404,399
bushels in 1897, 3,524,820 bushels in
1896 and 2,050,043 bushels in 1895.
Since July 1 this season, the exports of
wheat aggregate 07,559,926 bushels
against 109,720,853 bushels last year
and 118,809,197 bushels in 1898-99.
Business failures in the United States
for the week were only 210 as com
pared with 220 last week, 234 in this
week a year ago, 283 in 1897, and 350
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Onions, new, .$1.001.25 per sack.
Potatoes, new, $1620.
Beets, per sack, 75 85c.
Turnips, per sack, 60c.
Carrots, per sack, 50c.
Parsnips, per sack, 7585c.
Cauliflower, 75o.l per dozen.
Cabbage, native and California, 78
'ggOc per 100 pounds.
Peaches, 65 80c.
Apples, $1.251.50 per box.
Pears, $1.001.25 per box.
Prunes, 60c per box.
Nutmegs, 60 75c.
Butter Creamery, 32o per pound;
dairy, 1722o; ranch, 22o per pound.
Egg8 -Firm, 30 31c.
Cheese Native, 16c.
Poultry 9 10c; dressed, ll18o.
Hay Puget Sound timothy, $1200;
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
Corn Whole, $28.00; cracked, $23;
feed meal, $23.
Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$21; whole, $22.
Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.85;
blended straights, $3.10;' California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra
ham, per barrel, $8.80; whole whoat
flour, $3.10; rye flour, $3.804.00.
Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $16.00;
shorts, per ton, $17.00.
Feed Chopped feed, $20.00 per tor
?er ton, $22; oil cake j
i.,i rnn tnYi! 11' -v
,i" i'"- ' r
18; chop, $lrper
K - 'A i
ay Timotny, vtyxx, wuvoi, v
Orecon wad hay, .tots lo"-
kntter Fancv creamery, 5u(gooc,
sflimds, 4246o; dairy, 37640o;
f Eggs 18 20o per dozen.
t Cheese Oregon full cream, 18c;
Young America, 14c; new cheese loo
per pound. nn
Poulny unicicens, buauu,
3.50 per dozen; hens, .ou; Bpniigo,
$2.003.50; geese, $7.008.60 forold;
S4.50C60 for young; uucks, sp-.ou
per dozen; turKeys, ve, x-v
Potatoes outsuuu ijui buv,
22Mo per pound.
Vegetables Beets, $1; turnips, OOo.
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cauli-
flower, 7oo per oozeu,
beans, 50o per pound; coiery, iuis
i)Rn nnr dozen: CUCUmuoiTJ, uuu
box; peas, 34o por pouuu,
fin per box green iiui,
15o per dozen.
Hops 8iio; lewo u"
Wool-Valley, 1213o P Pd;
Eastorn Oregon, 8 Wo; mohair, 27
80o per pound.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wtoo
and owes, 3c; dressed mutton, W
7 nor pound; lamus, trt PUi pu"""'
-rwsGross. choice heavy..
Uiht and feeders, $4.50;
in f r .o. a ft nor ino nounda.
BeeT-Wtop steers M.60O4 .00;
cows, $308.50; dressed beef,
7-C7o; small, 8
8o per pouu-u-
croDS possiuio mu "