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EVENTS OFTHE DAY
A Comprthenilvt Rtvlcw of th Important
tttpptnlnji of the. Put Wok, Prtitntid
In Condcnitd Form, Which i Moil
Ukely (6 Intertit Our Mtny'Rtadcn.
Colonol Hemphill. founJor ol tho A
lanta Constitution, la dead.
Z Tho Now York, Republican atato con
Z vontton'rvlllliohold at Saratoga kept
4-VTliu threatened -strike ol iininot
tMaAUan.Juah,.Colo., haa. boon averted
Bonator Burrows of Michigan
pounces that; ho 'wtl... light reciprocity
with Cuba on constitutional grounds.
Ilio president has ordered that the
list ol soldlora dying in mo rniiip
plnos bo telegraphed home every two
woo It a.
Tho covcrnmont of Venoxuela has
forcibly detained three American vos
sola for government uso'ln tho present
rlTnV ' International Typographical
union convention at Cincinnati ad
journed Saturday, after voting $2,000
to tho striking miners. .
In tho'athlctic sports at Cliftonvllle
Kngjand, Murreythe Irish championA
w defeated Duffy, of 'Georgetown, tho
- -woild's cliamplon, In the luu yard
dash. Murray's time was 10 seconds
( flat. . : . .
Trices of Iron continue .to advance;
with marked activity in all lines.
Agents for tho Colombian govern'
4. mcnt are enlisting men in San Fran'
Lomardo, the most noted Italian
brlgaml alter MussolinO, has boon killed
. by troops.
An Eastern syndicate has purchased
tho Omaha street railway ttock for
French soldiers are meeting with se
rious resistance in their work ol doe
ing religious school.
It is expected that the miners of
Kansas,' Arkansas and Indian Territory.
will strike about September 1.
Fitt burg glass workers have received
.concessions from.,thelr trapjoyera qf 7
per cent and 5,000 will go back to work.
Conductors and tnotorinen cn South
nhlrara Btrnet railwav linea have re
ceived an .advance in wages f f ram 17 to
. .L'l ccnu an noar. 1
The official estimate ojlhe jllnoga
rian wheat yield for the presenl,year is
""100.122.000 bushels. ThU Is about
" 22000,000 bushels above the -July est!
Plague has been officially proclaimed
td exist at Odessa, Rusam.
xTbe cruiser Cincinnati has sailed for
" Barcelona, Venezuela, to protect Amer
- lean interests.
Edwin S- Afinorfi'as been nominated
by Republicans of the Ninth Wiscon
sin district for congress.
TJiBjtug Jacob Ktiper, while coming
idjwnltliok,bayjv-nca'r St. George, Staten
IleJand. blewjup and five? of the crew
twere killed r drowned. ,
Green and Gaynor, fighting extra'
dition from Canada since last Mar,
""llavo'been released by Judge Caron of
Quebec. They were wanted in this
country for irregularities fn connection
with government contracts.
General Jacob II. Emitn, recently
retired by, President Roosevelt,
- seriously ill at Portsmouth, Ohio,
The doctors call it nervous collapse,
and attribute it to strain of Samar
campaign arid subsequent worry and
Riot at Vllktibirrt During Which Depotlei
! , Fl., fl Cl.lt.. 1
VYlItwbarro, Fa., Aug. 10. Airlot
occurred at tho Wnrnck w.Bliery., at
Duryca during tho afternoon. Trouble
had been brewing since early morutng.
lie lore 7 o'clock women and boys
crowded about tho place and started to
Intorforo with thoso who wanted to" go
to work. Sheriff Jacobs and a number
of depntica wore on tho ground, and
they hold tho crowd back. Thn works
woro started, but-remained in opera
tion only a abort time. Tho crowd ou
tho outside throw stones ocr tho stock
ado at tho deputies who wcro on guard
inside. Several times the deputies
were tempted to lire. Kathrr than jiato
any troublo work was suspended for tho
itlrae being. . . . .
P r 1 . t J fT . .. I I
ino uepuiy Bueniio ruiuineu iu
Wilkosbarro oarly in tlio evening, re
porting all quiet at tho washery when
they left. They had hardly reached
tt-lllmaKttvM. ti rMflw nli.M llin .1 .1 fit.
Plies on gnartl wcro attacked. Sovoral
men in tho mob also attempted to
climb ovor the barricado. The depu
County Court llti Not Now Any Jurisdiction!
to Cxtt'nd Tlmt lor rvmtr.l. n
Salem, 't)i.. Aug. 15. Under "tho
nuW' law fnr tho colloctloirot dellniiuonl
taxes, uupaiddaxos lieromo drlliuiuont
Sld a Grtkt Iron PU'nt Kill D Cittbllihtd after the llrst Monday in October, Tho
i Gnu rilli-Min'tintit Ntdiurv tor county courts have absolutely no Juris-
Smhln. xhlth IUi Hitherto Dim Uck. Jlclon ' '10 1'roinlsos and do not liavo
the right to oxtoml for a day tlio time
for tho collection of any such del In-
DOYACA 8ECUrtEE 11V HPUnfil.
TIONI8T8 IN COUOMDIA.
Inj, tin Bten Dlicovtrtd Clou it Ittnd
In Jillirion County.
Great Falls, Mont., Aug. 10. 1'rt il-
dent Hill, of tho Groat Northern rail
nay, will erect a monster steel ami
iron plant here, for which plans have
been drawn, according to Information
from thoio In clom) touch with tho rail
way niagnato. Wondeeday night,
has since developed, Mr. Hill purchased
halt Interest in tho Conrad iron
mines in Choteau county, for 126,000,
Tho mines lie in tho Sweet Grass hill
and constitute a veritable mountain ol
Tht Kibcli Alto Scurd Lot of Provlilom
and Munition! of Wir Thru Hundred
Govtrnmtnt SulJlin tnd Two Ginenli
Tikn Prlionm. rinimi Ton Attack
tloa varnisl them to co back, and hen ore. There I enough mineral in sigh
they did not, a volley was fired. Half to keep n ordinary ptont supplied for
a doxen men wcro wounded, but none hundred years, according to Mr.
of thorn, so far as is known, seriously. Hllr experts who havo examined tho
Warrants have been sworn out beforo property. . G. Conrad, owner of the
tho burgees charging tho deputies with mines, has confirmed tho ualo to .Mr,
rlotimrand felonious woundinc. Tlio ' Hill.
consUblos wont to tho washery and One factor whlih has boon lacking In
placed 25 mon undor arrest. They wcro the reduction of tho Iron ore to metal
hold In t300 bail each. Thov cou d i "s own mauganeso, wnica minera i
not furnish tlio bonds and were brought
to the county jail heie.
NO MORE ELK CARNIVALS.
Crand Lodtt Siy They Mutt Cent After
R!fT.kn fiitr Ani. lll.riin fmml
Llodgo of Klks Las jd.QpJedJfbe recom
mendation of tho committee on rules
and laws, absolutely prohibiting tlio
holding of it reel lalra or carnivals un
dor the auspices 9! ElksJ lodges. As 1
number of lodges throughout the couii'
try have already made arrangements
lor fain or carnivals, to tako place in
the next few, months: the law will not
r r:TT: . . tl i -
iauitcuK(uaiu January t. xuu uv
bate over the qutgllomwas sp'rited, but
the feeling of the members of tho ldlge
that such fairs and carnivals were not
in accord with the fundamental princi
ples of the order was evidently very
strong, and the committee s recommen
datldn was overwhelmingly adopted.
AUlO TIRE BURST.
Chirlfilr and Wife Killed Jn Frinct Tht
Machine Kin Into a Tree.
mm A iiv a. ui tu 4i.aiibt iv.tu iuiu muu
Transportation Company's warehouse
at Fort Cudahy has been entirely des-
jr; iroyeu uy ure.
Canadian Pacific directors have do
' clared a ecml-annual dividend of 2 per
r cent on'p'referrcd sock? and M por
An attempt was made to assassinate
Princo Obolinski, govervnor of tho
province of Kharkow, Russia. He was
, slightly wounded.
"The steamer Miowera, Just arrived at
. Victoria, I). U., from Australia, "brings
. reports of a terriblo dronth. Millions
of sheep have died
fSlr Joseph CImsdale has presented
to King Hdward 1576,000, the corona
. .iion,glft of the City otXondon towards
the King a hospital fund.
For international Mining Congress to
bo hold at Untie bent. 1-5 a rate from
all points in the Pacific Northwest ofj
uuo jaitj pius j naa uoen maoe.
At the final session of the meeting of
the Colonial premiers held in the
omce ot u
lain it was
pie of Imperial preferential trade whet
Art.. 4t.oA .In... l ..4 TV i
lona, Venezuela, 1'residont Castro a men!
were beaten, losing 00 men and Gen
eral Bravo, their commander.
Mrs. Elizabeth Young, the oldest
Bumlay itftlfe Astr9i.Sind Home. on
. cfifT..- r?l....l no
; ' KliliwardVcoro'nftIon was
brated by 41 American gunboats at
Cavelto'toj Baturdayr They dressed
ship and fired a salute of 21 guns,
Tho transport blende has sailed from
Manila for 'Frisco with tho Fifteenth
Tho International Typographical
Union ia In session at Cincinnati this
Tho seventeenth annual session of
the Oregon Press Association convenes
atJCewport, 0r.t Thursday evening,
Aug, 14, and continues until Aug. 17.
In the sedition casq of the Manila
Freedom, Judgo Ambler has denied its
editor a Jury trial, saying that In their
case (ho Constitution of thev United
States 4oes not apply.
Devereaux, France, Aug. 10. Mi.
and Mrs. Charles Fair were returning
from Trouvilie to Paris when their auto
mobile swerved and crashed into a treo,
15 miles from here. Both were killed.
The chaTfeur haa become insane as a
consequence of the shock.
The accident was evidently due to
tho bursting of a tire. At the time of
the accident, the automobile, which
was capable of running 74 mllea an
hour, waa going at the rate of 02 miles
an hour. Mr. Fair was a son of Senator
Fair of California.
necessary as a tlux in the smelting. To
overcome this difficulty, President
Hill, together with United States Sen
ator Paris Gibson, has purchased tho
recently diccvcred deposits of man
ganese in Jefferson county, on tho lino
of the Great Northern. Seventeen
thousand dollars worn paid to Ira
Meyers, of Great Falls, for this prop
erty. Mr. Hill and his party Inspected
the Manganese deposits iruluy am!
Mr. Hill expressed himself in high
terms regarding the showing made.
Boforo leavimr Great Falls Mr..Hill
made tho remark that ho would cstab-1
lish an industry in Groat Falls' tlat
would employ more men than a number!
Along the lino of the Great Northern
.Mr. Hill has been acquiring deposits,
paying for ono group near the Spokane
K aorthern Iiue f 00,000. This ilea
was made through J. D. Farrcll. nresi
ueni 01 1110 racinc uoasi company
MANY TO BE THROWN OUT.
Supreme K. P. Officers.
San Francisco, Aug. 0 The supreme
lodge of tho Knights of Pythias will
held its next triennial session at Lou
iaville, Ky. - Before adjournment the
followinE officers were elected;
J'Bupreme chancellor. Tracy It. Bancs.
Grand Forks, N. I).: supreme vice-
chancellor, Charles E. Shiveley, of In
diana; supremo prelate, George E.
Church, of Fiesno. Cal.; Supreme
keeper of records and seats!!!. L. C.
White (re-elected): supreme master of
tbe exchequer, Thomas D. Neares, of
Wilmington, A. C.
Cout Salmon Pick Will Be Short
Seattle, Aug. 16. A seibus deficit in
the fish pack of North Pacific waters.
which constitutes a laree portion of the
salmon supply of the world, ia appar
ent. It is now evident that the supply
will be 1,498,012 casea short for Pueet
Sound and British Columbia, with a
total deficit of about 2.000.000 cases.
The combined salmon pack of British
Colombia and Puget Sound in 1001 was
2,319,912 cases. The canned pack nf
1902, estimated, for British Columbia
is 021,000 cases, and for Poget. Sound
Colored Troopi from Philippines.
Portland, Aug. 10. Eight compa
nies of tbe Twenty-fourth Infantry (col-
ored) arrived in Portland at 0 o'clock
and loitered at the Grand Central sta
tion until 9, when they resumed their
ourney eastward. They had lust ro.
turned from the Philippines.' after
spending three years -on the islands.
and both officers and privates expressed
themselves as glad to be back in their
native-land. - -
ttirvester CoruoHdttipn, It It Slid. Will AboU
bh 10,900 Positions.
Chicago. Aug. 19. Tho Interocean
t'ollowing the International Harvest'
cr Company's public declaration that
economy in tho manfacture and dlstri
bution of agricultural machinery was
the motive for effecting the $20,000,000
merger, several 01 tho Cblcairo com
paniea that make up the combine have
Issued letters to their seneral aeenta
throughout the country ordering a re
duction of about threo-fourtha of the
total number of employes representing
theso companies in the field. The
other companies in tlio combine aro
preparing to follow their example.
Equally radical reductions in the office
forces are lieinc planned by all, it is
said, lor the near future. Ten thousand
men in all are expected to lose their
WANT TO BECOME AMERICANS.
Members of Relijlouj Orders Expelled From
Prince Pleid to Be Sent Here.
Rome, Aug. 18. Members of relte-
Ions orders expelled from France, espe
cially sisters, are applying to the Vati
can to bo tent to the United States. A
reply has been sent to them pointlnc
out that there aro no vacancies in the
United States, and besides, calling at
tention to the difficulty arising from
the fact that the expelled sisters do not
speak the English language Canada
has been suggested as a better field, as
sisters are comparatively scarce there.
and because French is Broken in a
large part of the Dominion.
The applicants, however, do not take
kindly to the suggestion and persist in
their requests to be eent to the United
quoilt taxes. Under tho old law they
becamo delinquent alter April 1, but
tho county court had tho authority to Bun Jose, Costa Itlca, Aitg, 18 Nowii
make such extension of tho tlmo In haa reached hero from tlio ramp of tho
which to niako tho collections as was Colombian revolutionists in thoAgim
uevmoii proper, nui under wis now inw wjuico district, that nltor a nav
1110 raxes win a wo uieiy uecomo tioi u- iiL.1i.m n, i,i...i.i
quent afterjho first Monday in Octo- ' U0'lln ttovcrnmont
our, -.... nu9 -nurvu uy 1111
Section 14 of the law now in oiHr- revolutionists. Three hundred uovern
Hon prescribes tho times of payment, mcnt soldiers and Gonorala Orlatia and
ino amount 01 ponauy ana imeresi lor 1 Honno, and supplies and munitions
' "Soct'io-n 10 'of the Mn,e act trvnta I'- tho Hoyn.
with tho delinquent roll and prescribes 1110 Wlliui revolutionists aro sal
when and In what maimer it shall bo also to have captured a gasoline launch
mnuo. it la as lollons: wmui was in tho government service,
11 any ol the. taxes mentioned in tho I
roll shall remain unpaid, and tho slier- Pinimi Fein An Alltck
Iff shall bo unable to collect . tho same, Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 18, Tho
no snail immediately alter 1110 iirai rmsn stoamor Moridan, from Liver
Monday of OctoW extend tho amount pool July 24, for West Indian un.l
01 tno tax on each sovcrai parcel 01 real vemrai American ports, haa nrrivol
property, and upon the ierronal ntot- beru from Colon and
erty nsKessetl to each Individual, in blo Insurgent activity in. tho neighbor
column provided for such purpot on bood of the Isthmus. An attack on
tho tax roll, headed delinquent, nud I'anrinm was fcarvd, and tho Colombian
snail return such roll, together with a government nas making strenuous of
statement compiled therefrom, and on- ions iiiigqiy to rolnlorcu tho garrison
lorcu inereon snowing tno total amount 1 mvrn mm ui 1.01011.
of double assessments, and other errorii,
Subsequent sections of the act pro
vide that after tho examination by tho
county clerk of tho roll, and when the
proper credits have been made for er
rors, eta., then the roll shall bo to-
CASTRO'8 ENb NEAR.
Belief Gcnenl it Wuhinjton Thit Vcnciuilin
Government Muit fill.
asnmgton, Aug. 18. Tho belief I
turned to tho sheriff with a warrant g?noral hero that tho end ol tho Castro
BuriHiiisiratiim In Veneiuola seem
certain. Castro now holds onl Car,
ino mm im pori, ;jt uuayra, wlill
1110 revolutionary armv siirnmii.1 1,1,..
Tho gunboat -Marietta bun Arrival .1
La Guayra. If nccessnrv it will
iwrt Castro from Veneiucla. According
to latest rejioits Castro is Irolng hemmed
In from three sides. Ti ,m. .....
Castro waa n'porled as having left tho
capital with a force to meet the revo-
lutionary cenornl. but nut
,. " ,1 , ,
vuuncii jug nunu anil returned.
commanding him to soil tho property
pontwlilcli the lax was levied.
USpHTtvlll be vven that tho county
IwrtUTE no voice in the matter. The
tttjgwKbn tho unpaid tuxes becomo
Cltniiuent.-nB well as tho time ot their
collection now being ngulattd entirely
by statute, and there will bo no ux
tension ot tlmo.
LABOR DAY IN OREGON.
Compiny With J50.000.000 Cipllil to Dcil
in Qnln, iWliloru, Etc.
Plerro, 8. D..A UIT. 18. Tfin Vnrmnr
naiionai uoioratInn Exchange Con
Governor Gccr liiues 1 Proclimitlon for Hi
Salem, Or., Aug. 15. Governor Geer
liai issued the first Jibor day proclam
ation in the history of Oregon. It
'Wheroap, Tho Legislature of Oregon
haM Mt ntuiri thn flr&t Mfimlnv In Vaii.
tember of each year as a legal holiday l,"v ,,a' fi.ltH nfUcloa of Incorporation
In Iwt knnwn n. I -.1, ,Uv With a Capital Stock of 150.000 (lllfl
"TknmfnMl T.T 11... mr.nn. n( I TllO tlUn0l of tllO COrilOrai lull III in
saidstalo, do hcicby recommend that '' "" ",lu eai in grain, provisions,
nil nlnnti nf Wlnau nf u lin l.v..r I '"B ttOCk ttlld all kinds of nrnilhni fill
kind, aa far as posaiblo, bo doted on r0"111""10" nml otherwlso and for tlio
Monday, September 1, 1P02, and that lurPomJ ' building and equipping
tlio Mav iwi ilnvntnl tn an nWnnni nl uiuvaiurs. WareilOUHCH. pnlil t,ir.
such exercises as may contlbuto to a "S0 P,n"'i stoik yards and whatever
better undestanding bctwet'n labor and 'vo.ury 10 carry on tho utisl
capiUI, the great moving foices bohliid ""0 "'fl10"0"!
modern industrial development, and it . v-juriu 01 mo capital stock will
is especially urged that employers co- TO P.1 ,or. uuliaing tho elevators,
operate with their employes In a mutual i8' offices, etc., and another
observance of the day in such manner I0Ur"1 W'M "o made a cash fund for tli
... . ... " I nilatvn... ..f .l.ll I .
as will nttlngly rccogniio tlio relianco '""ir . "lu,,"B ,n Rruiu and
which each must placo upon tho other Provisions on tlio board of trade. The
before tho best results from both may remaining nan of tho mpital stock will
up nlitninnl I "a '"ft Virtually With tllO flirnur. In
" :r " . . in... i .
In testimony whereof I have hero-1, " "" wnoro trio money has
unto set my band and caused the great ,, to cnablo them to cany
seal of the state to bo affixed thereto. "ul 'ora moroiavorauio market
TVina m f.nllnl In ll,. rl.. nil This Will givO tllU farmOIH tRO HHO
Salem, this 13th day of August, 1002. 000 baclJ of "'Oir Interests to help them
T. T. GEER, Governor.1
SURPRISED BY MOR08.
Oulpoit Attickcd ind Two Amcrlun Soldlcri
Manila, Aug. 16. A small party of
Moros surprised -an outpost of the
Twenty-seventh Infantry at , Camp
Carey wcro killed, and Private Van
dorn was severely wounded. Tiie
Moros, who numbered only a dozen,
were armed with encara and swords.
The morning was foggy. Tho attack
ing party crawled to within a few feet
of the sentinels and then sprang upon
them suddenly. The entire outpost
rusftod to the rellet ol tho sentinels,
in so.urinn better prima for tlmlp
duce. The stock hooka will bo open to
uiwuo mrouKiioui twenty states.
80ME STRONG AFFIDAVITS.
New Yorieri Sweir They were forcibly Tiken
to Coil Mlnci
Now York. Atie. 18 Thlrtv.ta-n ninn
Sergeant Foley and Private and W f' mado affidavit that they
..v.w ..uii uwui hina uiiy a weox ago
uy u uoiccutu tor ono oi tlio railroad
lines, and In a locked car were sent to
1'ltUton, Pa where they were com
pelled to work in tho washerJoa con.
nocted with the coal mlnna. Turn
tho men who swear thoy woro shonv.
haled mado their escape and aro back
In this city, They tell In affidavits
but they wore too late, and tho Moroa , ,,f '"o Orld how they were
i possibly a few wcro "" '""", now tnoir car wob
n. p n p n.u .i o..ir..
npUnibcr 4 wllf belkaS&lay at
ITbeJPortland carnival. Lodc nf tlm
jffli-P; O.'fnbe-preeent'gKpm all
-YTparta of the statSand seveialWiolning
states, also Tjaxja and Colorado?, Prizes
l.mAnntM i95krf ...ill I -- ill. II . . .
aC.tci'i8.eCaettarytamIbe W iTOtoigttatWr.
..SfWtvA? ftrri-oqtof rte bro-
tfierhood, witb. noyeljloata antfl etrilc
ipgly beautiful effects will bo Seen.
Wtjonmikers Rtlic Pri
Ctrudi Feirs We'll pet Grccnlind.
Ottawa, Ont.. Aug. 19. A portion of
tbe Canadian press is considerably dis- n.ranwl. nit)
iruieteu over me nimoi that tho United i wo'inded. M"- uy urmoia, now tney were
fctatca Is likely to acquire tho territory Tho American sentinels worn torrlhlv um' upon, and Iiow they wcro finally
of Greenland by purchase from Den- cot with tho snorda and nnenra-. Tim rescued by an armed band and brouubt
mark, iius Is regarded as a menace to ' attacking Moroa wnro all from TWnl,vl. w "eu near tno coal mine.
the national entity of the Dominion, and the occurrence will probably result N"eofthcrri was told, according to
and accordingly an effort is being put , in a move against tha town, which has f . "'"davit, that ho tias wanted to
forth to stir up tho publip mind upon a'strong fort and other defenses, J?6 "J0 P"" ' striking miners.
. it nun mo mn nsxen tnoro was not a
Seiitle Hin Mortilly Wounded. strike on whero they wore going, they
Manila, Aug. 16. Constabulary In- were ioiu oy m ueiectlvo, whom they
spector William Schemorhorn, whoso knew t,! "wut,' that thoro was
home waa iri Seattlo, waa mortally no.rV.k.e' but lunt tlu,y wore wanted
wonnded In A recent fleht with Ladronea " oulm 1ew railroad.
theenbject with a view of having Green
land some day In tlie-near future made
Canadian territory by purchase
Porly Centi lor Pitklnj Hops.
oodburn, Or., Aug. 18. About 30
hop growers convened in this city and
adopted a resolution, establishing the
picking prieo of hops at 40 cents a' box.
Other nubjects discussed were baling
and caring for hops, contracting, the
"crime" of hop-rejecting by dealers on
flimsy pleas, and the need of tenefieent
laws for the grower, and a state in
Portlind Divlnt Goes Eiit
Portland, Aug. 18. Rev. A. J.
Frost, D. D., one of the most nroml
nont Baptists on the Coast, well known
in Portland, haa been.appolnted to a
position in a juuie school to bo opened
Nat!nnal. U'nonn HfSlA
iKsTohldea the First-Baptist
25 por emit. Tbe proposition provid- M-"ureu ul Minneapolis, u is departure
ing that in case of a strike or aliockont regretted uy a host of friends
a,ny uolnn may be declared off bya ma
jority vote of tho union waa. adopted by
me Oregon mate ia r this vear
prumisen 10 oe one ol tlie greatest In
dustrial expositions and livestock ahowa
ever held on the coast. Tha fair haa
been good the past two years, but it
win no better tins year. Don't fail to
Hopei to find Peiry.
New York. Auir. 10 A leltnr from
Charles Bartlett, of tho steamer Wind
ward, nays be hopea to find Peary and
be in New York by Sept. 20.
Noted Dtnccr Deid.
New York. Aug. 16. Neva tn,..
from BJo Janeiro to the effect, that Car
mencita, the noted dancer, la dead
there of yellow fever.
Fivor Amerlun Intervention.
Berlln,"Aug. 10. Many pollticlana
hero seem inclined to allow the United
Statea to settle, thq trouble in Venez
uela. Some even suggest the advisa
bility of the United States tending an
expedition to restore order, or even to
annex Venezuela. .
Alijer Winn Thit Toji.
Detroit, Aug. 10. General Algorwlll
make a formal announcement of hla
candidacy to succeed the lata Senator
McMillan. Ho will probably be op
posed by McMillan's eldest .son, Wil-iaui.
The Shim Oefcitcd.
Bangkok. Slam. Auk. 18. Tho forco
of Khans who recently attacked Lakoh
havo been defeaUdi losing 200 men,
Tho Europeans aro cafe.
at Iligan, Mindanao.
PREMIUM LI8T 18 OUT.
Tho premium list of the Oregon
State Fair is now out and is being dUi
trlbulod among the farmers and breed
ers throughout the state. It carries
Engliihmcn Wint Money Bick.
. Ban Iranclrco, Aug. 18 A suit for
140,000 forallcgcd fraudulent nracticn
in me saiu oi mining stocks has been
brough tl n the Uh I teM 'Bbftea elrcu 1 1
court against Jeseph -Hamilton Brother
i carries . m r V "
am nnn in ....i..,. n n....ii. ion nnu jonn uiianea homn vail" Eo,
T",vvv WC, II1U1II.UIIIP VDIWK I n ... . , i I l .
and agricultural products. Every arrrf.p,V.Kfla.rf00!lt,0, nlnUigltock
er and breeder In the ntato Is invited to """"cu " "wnorion and Komp
bring Homething to the State Fair this IT ' 1,,.' ,., " , o J.uu ,'
year and help swell the big exhibit T ' ,6..' ,,",' ! """
la already promlscK Tho South- r' "" '" n"isier uon-
tract Corporation, Limited.
that ia already promised.
ern Pacific company hauls all. exhib
its to and iroin tlio lair Ireo of charge,
which enables everyone to send some
thing to help the good cause along,
Greit Dirb-WIre Phone Syitem.
Pendleton, Or., Aug. 15. Pendleton
is now connected lor the first tlmo
with a large part of tho county by barb
wire telephone lines. Helix. Echo and
the Birch Creek region have had these Jto toT kl lid an sin
linea for some time, but Pendleton was .... p8 lo,t 48 klllod nnd 210
I, ,! mi,... ....III ...Anl.. ... I, I '
ll MIMMCWWI Ullbll IVVDilllf TIIIVII
Micedonltns ind Turki FisliL
Vienna, Aug. 18. A fierce 16-houi
battle bet eon tlio Macedonian robe s
and Turkish troops ia reported from
Gradsk, Vilayet, Turkoy. Slxty-flvo
reliols fought 2,000 troops with Catling
guns and dynamite bombs. Every
rebel waa eithor killed or wounded,
ihu lurk a massacred tho wounded
Senator-elect.CharlCH J, Smith and E.
E, Smith of this city, mado connections
with their ranches In tho Juniper pre
cinct, 20 miles distant. Tho cost of con.
nection is not more than $3 a milo.
Looki Like Plot to Kill Emperor,
Berlin, Aug. 10. Tho police aro
greatly excited' ovor tho number of un
signed fetters found on tho criminals in
tho courts' in Frankfort. The lottcrs
contained notes seemingly concerning a
Portlind Elki' Cirnlvil.
Everybody remombers the groat car plot to assassinate the emperor during
nival on Sixth street, which tho Fort- his stay at Hamburg
Northern Ptclflc Will Abtndon Ills: .Perry it
Kilimt it Soon it ,1'uiilble.
Portland, Aug. 14, President Mel
lon of tho Northern PhuIIIo arrived In
Portland on a special train from Puget
Hound about 8 n. in. leaving again at
4 In tho afternoon.
"Wo ato going ahead with nur plans
to not froinJViiiH'Oiivor. Into lVirlliiinl,''
said President Mellon, In response, to n
question on that subject, "lliuru will
tint only Ik) tho bridge across thn Co
lumbia river, but also mm across: thn
Wlllametlo, to glvotts nproieriiitlnuro
to Poitland. It will also bo necessary
to tunnel through thu hacklHino of the
peninsula between thu two rivers. Our
surveys have Just lxon romntoted and
wo am going ii head carefully th tho
other airangutnoiils, It Mill take about
13,000,000 to bring oir trains Into
Portland from Vancouver, and we will
not undertako such a large work with
out tho most carvlul conilderutlou. Wo
cannot bridge tho Willamette river until
congress gives the right todtl so. But
tho Columbia bridge need not wait- for
that, mid Its construction will go for
ward at once.
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL
, PARTS Of OlIEGON. '
IS TRACY REWARD, LEGAL?
Commercial . ind I'lnintUI llippenlnji of Im
porltnct A llrlil Review of tht Growth
tnd Improvemcnti of Iht Miny Induilrlei
Throughout Our Ihrlv'lnj Commonwetllh
-Uleit Mirket Report.
- Dallas la to have u slnvo mill,
Portland la In tbu lead fur securing
tlio next reiinmu n( thu Ai my of the
Philippines In 11103.
The jKistolllco at ltlvonlaloj Tillamook
county, has Wit dlscontluiied, tho
mall Mug sent to Tillamook.
State Trenniror Mooro lute rucolved
from Maatur 1'ImIi Warden Van Diisuii
2,01)5.(I0, tho amount ol fish llcuiixva
vollculed during July.
W. l'ltrgurald, alius Kramer, was
lioforo tho Jniitleo court at Oregon City,
charged with forgery. Ho waa liouuil
over to t hit circuit court.
Thu funeral of John Hulling waa held
at Oregon City. Tuewlny, llu wan a
villeran of tint Spanish war and it
member ot tint Third regl.nent, 0, N (i.
Qucitlon Whether McOrldc ll.d the Kl.tht to
Offer More Jhin $1,000.
I II . ...... I.. 11'... 1. ..... IK Wl... ........ I . . . .... . .
x'liiiiiiiii, ,i iipiii, jhu, ilii Aim linea-i Thn ITiiliuiililii 1'nf.kliii, ITitiiinnnt.'y
lltm has boon ralred In connoctIon Mafo nt tho Dalles was bltiwii open Mon-
with tint iracy ruward of the rail v Li ni,.i,i ti... r.i.iu. ..,.i . ia
ot an offer of inoro than f 1,000 fur the K, ,,le, u( ,llu ,at f m a, nboul
iniHiuu tu ii LTiiiiiiuii, iiihi ino iiiniuT I iu in clmnue.
Eight thiiumml cut-throat trout lutvo
Ihhui placed In tho head waters of tho
Milk nud Clear crocks, Those trout
jrarno Irom Iteno, Nov., and reach a
toniarkably Inrgn site, ono having leen
cuught In tho Trucked neighing SO
Dr. Clnrenro Crnim, whit has lioon
nppointeil to the Iiiiki tnnt )nllloii if
superintendent nf tho llurragu Hospital,
on Unnklii Island, In Iloslon Imilxir,
uiih burn In Halom, Or,, In 1872, and Is
a grandson ol tlio lute linn. A, A.
MrCully, one of tho sturdy pioneers of
tho Pacific Cont.
Soventy-flvo tons of hay was burned
uuur Unitnn Huniliiy.
To hundred ami forty Halom jHtipht
went to Nottport Sunday mi thu South-
em 1 acltlu h trial excursion. Other
has lHon referred to Hut attorner ion
oral uy iiovernor .Mciirlile, llio not-
Hon of the statutes that throws a shad
ow ol doubt on tfTu legality nf Ihu goV
ernor s action in ollerlng f.',oUO pro
vides mat thn governor "may offer ro
wards not exceoJIug f 1,000 In ench
caso, payable out of tho slato treasury,
lor tno npprouonsloii of any imrsoli eon
vlcted ot a felony, that has escaped
from tho state prison, or of any person
wno lias committed or Is charged will
tho couimlsnioii of a felony.
Chlcijo Police Mike a Roundup After Two
of Them Itive Been Killed.
Chicago, Aug. It Policemen Tim
othy Devino nnd Charles Pernio!! wuri
snot and killed at daylight this morn
ing by two burglars whom they cnimlit valley towns sent Kood uuotas.
in tho act ol robbing tho
house of Dr.
Shuw, on Ashland boulovard. Tho k
llcemun dotecletl thorn at work In tl
rrar of tho home. When tho robWs
took alarm they rushed for aback fence
only to meet a volley from tho officers'
revolvers. iTiolr bullets In Hod to find
their mark, ami ns tho men itisheil past
tho policemen they llrtnl itolnt blank
Both officers fell, Devluo dying instant
ly, while Ponnoll lingered half an hour.
Thu robbers mado good their earatie
A general roundup was madit by tho
ponce, wno nave ou suspects undor nr
HEBREWS TO OWN JERUSALEM.
The Baker City council has called
fur bids to furiil'h and maintain 40 arc
street lights for one year from Novem
ber 1. Tho contract will be let Sep
Tbu growers of Bartlett pears In
Southern Oregon will this week begin
packing and shipping fruit. Sixty nir
loads will lie slilpiMil to Eastern mar
kets during thu season.
Judge llobo of thn atipremo txtiirt linn
rendered n derision Hint building jind
loan onmpunles In Oregon cannot col
lect a combined interest and premium
charge to exceed (I pur cunt
Flru completely ilmlroyed tlio O. It.
Succeii ol Dr. Ilcrxl-a Minion Now Slid to s cky-r.U nt Tim Balles Monduy.
Be Preeticilly Ai.ured. i no origin wn. pnrxs irom an ea.t-
I Imillul liAHMiiiiL-iir Irnln. Siivh..! .Ii.uii.
Now York, Aug. U. Zionists of thin Lml nil head nf i.n,.. ,u.ri.i..ui
city havo just obtrvol the anniversary
of thedustructlou of tho City of Jorum- The Oregon supremo court li'lds that
lem. AddrcsiHis were mado on the iCIon- " blpper Is bound by his agreement
1st movement, tho principal ono ImiIiii that property slilpiveil Is of a siwclfled
given by J. Dolluas, the English Ho- valuo and cannot disregard tliongno
brow, pecretary of the Federation of tho nu'nt n"a bring action for dumages at
American Zionists, and mumbor of the common law.
Tho little folks will Ixt dclhthtod
withtho ilrg and itony show at tho Port
land ElkV carnival. It Is one of the
feature of the Jabour Oriental. Cirrus
Carnival aggregation whiuh furiilsluM
the princiiKtl part of tho amusement
features of the carnival.
A. T. Keller, a promlnont lumber
man who has Just returned from the
East propliocles that Oregon will havo
2,000,000 jiopulation by 1010. Ho ray
a great rush of Eastern settlers la Just
Supremo council of tho order. He said
that tho surrosB of f)i. Herri's mission
waa practically assured, and the dllli-
cultlea in tho negotiations with' the
sultan, nows of which wat recently re
ceived, concerned diplomatic features
of the desired concession to the I lo
ll rows, and woro not because of finan
HOT TIME8 IN 8IGHT.
Sprcckcli, Leik and Gigc All Under Arreit on
dinger ol Libel.
San Francisco, Aug. H. Sprockets
and j.oak, ol the Call, woro arrested
during tho afternoon for libol on n
warrant sworn to by Governor Gage.
iney were immodiateiy released pn
Independence lias two octogenarians
who do tho work of men 50 yeaia their
Junior. Ono, Sir. Dickey, la a wagon-
looker, nnd each day finds lilui at his
accustomed bench. Tho other Is Joseph
jirousic, wno celebrated His birthday
I flday by shocking four acres of oiiIb
f.pa Angoles, Aug, I I Governor Gbko
has been arrostod hero for libel on tho Murine: tl,., nmrnlm. i,n.,rw
n 1. ..I f ci I 1.. II .. I n
kuiiiuui,ik ui ni'iwftDiB. iiu was re-
loaned on ball, Doteclivo Gibbons, who
Forvcd tho warrant, lator served a writ
of habeas corpus returnable tomorrow.
The governor argued beforo Judge Shaw
that tho governor of tbo statu could
not no arrested, nut tho contention was
Cible Terminus Not Siflifictory,
Now York, Aug. H. Georgo W
Cllppcrton, inanagor of the Commercial
Cable company, says, according to'tlio
Times, that tho company Is not satis
Portlind Miy Oct Next One.
Council Bluffs, town, Auir. U Dolo-
gales to thu unntlnl reunion of tho So
ciety of tho Army of tho Philippines
have nearly all hi rived, (ienernls I
and Fmiston are oxpectod tonhrht.
Portland. Or.. Is fn tlio lend for wm.
ing the noxt reunion,
Wheat Walla Walla. OOffiOlefor n i-w
nines, inui wie company is nor satis- crrjrl. flnanin Inr nl.i, TinL.. r .
fled wlthdho conditions imposed In tho Sow, 03c! ' !
Barley Feed, $18.00 per ton'.
memorandum mado public: a fow days
ago by President Jioosovelt regarding
the laying ol tho cable between Ban
Francisco and tho Phillplpcn nnd Chi
pa, and adds that a roply to thu nresl
dent's teims will bo mado in u few
days. Mr. Cllpiierton was not pro
pared to say what tho company's roply
Dinlih Undilhinjl Elections,
Coponbngon, Aug. 13. The lands.
ling elections in tlio l'aroo Islands re
sulted in a Jcomploto ministerial vic
tory. Tho campaign turned' on tha
sale of tho Danish West Indies to tho
Unitod States, nnd tho government
captured all opposition, Other wards
will hold elections noxt month, A
Floor Best itradea. t. 1.06ft H .AO mi!
barrel) graham, t2,0S3.20.
Mlllstnffa Bfan. HBrtMn nar inn t
middlings. 121.50: ahorta sir.
Oats No.l white, ll.00rai.0fi ( frmv.
Obc.(3$1.00. " "
Hay Tlmothi. I12f18l
$7.6010 Oregon wild hay, $6i0 por
ton, . ,
Potatoes Bosf Burbanks: 7Brain
tor cental i ordinary. 60o nor cental.
groworaprlceaf. awoeta, $2.00Sf2 25
per contah new potatoes. fiOraflOn f,,r
Orogonj f 1.00 for California.
Buttor Creamery, 20j922a; dairy
good ministerial majority Is confidently l718o ut()re' 17f317J,c, .
expected. Tho troaty will bo takon
up soon after tho opening of tho rlirsdair
l i 1 . 1 MO
New Michlnery Truit -
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 14. The Inlor
national Harvester company, with an
T.' .A Ann . n
ivggH iuzuo lor uregon.
Cheese Full croam. twins laur
OSlSojYoiingAmerJca, lStaHKoi fao-
wiry prices, 1(3 sc lees.
Poultry Chickons. mlxod. ta.nnm
4.50; hens, $1,605,C0 per dowm,
HQllMc por pound! sprlmrs. lira
authorized capital of $120,000,000, has UHo per pound $2.60 00 peV dot?
been incorporated hero. Tho company en i ducks, $2.50013.00 1 nor do , V,,
s autnomcd to mrtmifacturo liarvost- keys, live, 13Q14o,lro8sod, 15aiCc wr .
Ing machines of nil kinds. It Id under- poundt louse TiM.onran.nn 'Jk,. I ..l,K,r '
Jordan Vrftu a Book.
mi. X rut I
taiiu i-io gavu i-wu j't'nro agOi xiw
etreot fair on a scale twfco as great, and
many oi tne JateH midway attractions, Stanford UnlverflUy, Aug 10 Vreni
la In liA iann,,liiM.I DnKl..l... I . m i. . .... . ' .
r VT . i 5 Dojnoiiiuur i m loiueni uaviu marr Jordan has Jn prosH
uijuruuuu, excenuine irom rieventli n Knn 1'ra,,l.,. t,l, .,,iiii.,Hiti1
and Washington streets to Flanders JMlllosnnllV nf Dnutmlp" Tha AD.au la
. . . I.. .1 i . . . I . 1 ' i "J
' o " '"' Hie ropiy oi scionco to nosslmlsm
siuou nm anmng mo conroms interest. Mutton Crosa. 2 W(il3n
AM Itl I in uirni InnlA In 11... 1 1 1 a - f -
v mo .uifjurmicK oressod, uo per pound,
ve,.ur aim 0iuver concern ot uiilcsgo, Hoga-arosa)Mr0 dressed, 77Kc
T"1- . 1 VepoXodf
jji.n, nuH, n.-A recent rrussmn Jleef GrosB. ami itmiiUx. '.i....
armv order forblila ll.n iift nf Am,i,... oli x, " V " .co.w ffflaXOi atoera.
lard In army kitchen., and direct. ti,".t 3 7ffi-
immamust do hought from domesllo' Wmiv.ii... in i.i, l.r "X
Con, 8&HKot mohali, K&SOo pouud.