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COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. 1895.
C O X E Y ARMIES
QUITE A SENSATION
U N LA W FU L .
B i l l I n t r o d u c e d in t h e C a l if o r n ia L e g i s
la t u r e to T h a t E ffe c t .
L E G IS L A T U R E S .
DEFENSE OF CHINA
O regon .
S acramento , January 17.— In the Sen
ate to-day a hill was introduced to add a
new section to the penal code. I t pro-
vides that “ I t is hereby declared to be!
a m ¿demeanor midjpunishable as such
for any able-bodied persons to either
join, travel with, camp or dwell with
any company or hand of ’die men con
sisting of more than three persons,
which com ( any or hand obtains its sub
sistence l»y meanH ot alms or solicited
contributions. The expense of the en
forcement of this section and the main
tenance of persons convicted thereun
der shall be a charge against the State
of California.” Tills is directed against
General Kelly and other commanders cf
"in du strial ” armies.
A concurrent resolution was passed
that the Senators and Representatives
in Congress he instructed to opiiose anv
attempt and vote against any
bill n to ex-
tend the time for the paj nient to the
The House was unable to do anything
„ at all about clerkships the first day, hav-
I lie International Disputes OI ing got itself into deep water parliamen
t a r y , and got out of the mess hv laying
the question on the table and adjourn
The selection of George T. Myers as
temporary Speaker of the House was ac
A PREDICTION FROM A L A S K A cepted by him as a graceful compliment
to his popularity
During his brief ad
ministrât on he made an able and im
T h e r e is a P o s s i b i l i t y o f B o u n d a r y D i f partial presiding officer.
Senator Huston has a hill regulating
fe r e n c e s W i t h G r e a t B r it a in R e g a r d
the manufacture and sale of oleomarga
i n g a P a r t o f A la . i k a - T a k n u I n le t
rine. The dairymen have a meeting at
a n d t h e H e a d o f L j nil C a n a l.
Salem Wednesday, and he will snbtnit
his hill to them. I t contemplates in
T acoma , January 16.—The Alaskan
effect with a few amendments the Mas
News, published at Juneau City, makes sachusetts law, which has just stood the
the sensational prediction that Tukon test of the United States Supreme Court
Inlet and the head of Lynn canal will and has been sustained.
Senator Gowan, who represents a dis
become famous the world over as afford
trict 250 miles long and is much inter
ing grounds for a fierce international
ested in irrigation, says the bill emanat-
dispute between England and the United ¡ng from the Irrigation Committee is
g tateg anj a rause for arbitration by good enongli for him. H e is satisfied
the United Slates.
T H E Y ’RE
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
F r a n c is c a n * A g a l u S ay E v e r y t h i n g
B a d o f H im .
Manchurian Princes Take the
Matter in Their Own Hands.
S an F rancisco , ’ January 15.— Two
monster mass meetings were held in this
city this afternoon to protest against the [
appointment of M. A. Gnnst as Police!
Commissioner; to denounce local polit
LI HUNG CHANG’S INFLUENCE ical corruption and to protest against
District Attorney Knight for not causing
the arrest of C. P. Huntington. The j
T h e y F in d T h is is N e c e s s a r y in O r d e r to first two subjects came in for the greater i
P r e v e n t t h e I n t r i g u e o f C h in e s e O f attention from the various speakers.
f i c i a l * — C h in e s e S t r a g g l e r s B e c o m e Dr. Elbert Dille addressed the big audi-
ence that crowded Odd Fellows’ H all to . , r-. r t - r I l U i T C T M r i l / C
P O R TL A N D M AR K ETS .
the doors, filling gallery and floor, until IN U I\ 1 IT W D O 1 IN t Y v o
L ondon , January 16.—The Times lias
there was not a seat left. Held at the
W h e a t M ark et.
this dispatch from its Tien Tain corre
instance of the law and order league, it
There is no change to report in the
was a significant and enthusiastic dem- „
. . „
local wheat market. Business is quiet
The Manchurian Princes have taken onstration, marked by fiery speeches
and prices as formerly quoted. A large
the defense of the country into their
and followed to the close by the hearty
number of ships in port are receiving
own liands. The intrigues of the Chi
accord of a gathering wholly in earnest.
good dispatch. Oniv one ship in the
Dr. Dille compared the government of a
A d v e r t i s i n g R a t * .Wade K n o w n on A p -
harbor is disengaged. The local ton
a conflict that paralyzes the executive Republic to a pyramid, saying:
p lic a t io n .
nage report is as follow s: Engaged, 29,-
“ Only two tilings can reach the top—
andTo vote for a m eisa re to* force lose at the European powers to determine with its provisions, and thinks that the power. Li Hang Chung, though relieved
Legislature will pass a hill substantially
the eagle and the lizard— and in city af B u d g e t o f N e w s f o r E a s y D ig e s t io n F ro m 832 tons; disengaged, 1,334 tons; to ar
maturity the lien of the government on ■ which country shall hold possession of in that form.
of ail functions except that of Governor
fairs it is the reptile that gets there,
rive, 47,151 tons; total, 48,317 tons; total
C H U R C H D IR E C T O R Y .
these roads, and to have them bid in by it according to the provisions of the
D if f e r e n t P a r t s o f t h e S ta t e s o f W a s h
of the province, still indirectly influ leaving hie slimy trail behind. A ll the
same tim e last year, 37,233 tons; same
the grvernment and maintained as a Russian treaty and the subsequent 1 Templeton of Brownsville distin
i n g t o n . O r e g o n a n d I d a h o — It e m s o f
guished himself by getting through
national highway for the benefit and in
date 1893, 60,588 tone; same date 1892,
A 1CMBEKI.AND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—
treaty purchase of Alaska by the United against some opposition his reform Manchuria report that the country be
I n t e r e s t to P a c if ic C o a s t P e o p le .
77,193 tons. loca l export wheat quota
S in d s y ü h ool, 10 a . M. P rea ch in g, 11 a . m . the interest of the people, -.nd toeniorce
amendment for the general apnropria- tween the rivers Yalu and Liao H o is Franciscc and a fence around it, and our
and 7 p. M. ’ P rayer m eeting, e s c i W ednesday at against the stockholders of said roads States. The New! says:
annual cut of wood at Meacham, tions are: Valley, 77)*c per cental;
s p. m . ( “ W e are jo irn ey ng unto a place o f the collection of a.iy judgment for de
1 tion hill being reported from the Ways
W alla W alla 67la(870c per cental.
desolate. No houses are standing. The
w h ich tne Lord s u d , I w ill g iv e it y o u : co m e
Dr. C. O. Brown’s message to ex-Gov- Or., ¡ b 8,000 cords.
and Means Committee two weeks beiore
thou w th us ami w e w ill do thee good.” — ficiency that may result upon said fore construction of the Russian treaty, Eng
the close of the session. It will proha-
Num b. 10:29.
F. Z. N E S B E 1T, Pastor.
P ro d u c e M arket.
“ W ith boss rule, thug rule, corruption coasting on the hills.
land maintaining that the boundary line ! bly cause some awkwardness about sub- villages, erstwhile populous,are without
F l o u r — Portland, Salem, Cascadia and
FEARS FOR NANSEN.
/ 1H R iS T IA N C H I’ R C H —S E R V IC E S A T 11 A.
does not follow up and around the deep sequent insertion of amounts appropri-
Miss Emma Driscoll has been elected Davton, are quoted at $2.40 per iiarrel;
m and 8 P. M. Sunday school at 10 a . m .
inletii and hays as held by the United ated, hnt the precedent of having the of frozen corpses are seen. Food and this lias iiecome a government of the City Librarian at Spokane.
Golddrop, $2.65; Snowflake, $2.35; Ben
V. P. fik c . K., each Sunday at 4 p . m . M id w ee k
fuel cannot be got. The wounded suffer worst, by the worst and for the worst, j
prayer and praise services, W edn esday e ve n in g
terribly. The movements of troops on You have done this to please the liquor I Eugene, Or., is collecting a carload of ton county, $2.40; graham, $2.15(32.40;
W an C ru sh ed .
a t ? o ’clock. Musical ieL ea r*a l, each Saturday
ten marine leagues in the interior from of great value,
both Bides are hindered by the exhaus men and the gamblers. They have put provisions for the Nebraska sufferers.
e v e iiiu g at 7 o c ’ look.
O ats — Good white oats are quoted at
L ondon , January 17.— The Pall Mall salt water. Great Britain sees a flaw in
The spirit of the i-tar-eyed goddess tion of the supplies, which the country their brand on you, and you are tlieir
The Tacoma Poultry Association’s first
the treaty, and with her usual aggres
Gazette says grave fearB regarding the siveness will endeavor to wrest from the permeates the galleries in .ne House, people at first supplied through fear. man. The mark you have put on your- | annual show will be held from January 25(<z 2*>c; m illing, 27<#29c; gray, 25(327-
e t h o d is t
c h c r o h - su n d ay school
Rolled oats are quoted as f«.!iows: Bags,
and everything savoring of economy is The stragglers from the Chinese army, self is indelible. There is an immortal- 15 to 16.
mi 1) a . m . Pre c h in g each fourth Sunday
nv-rn ing and eveuiu g. Prayer m eetin g , eve ry Nansen Arctic expedition are general government at Washington the harliors applauded to the echo. The great dem
Proposed amendments to the Spokane $6.75(86.00; barrels, $6.00(36.25; cases,
who have taken refuge in the hills and ity of infamy. From this hour Govern-
Thursday uight.. •* T h e Lord is in H is h o ly tem among Arctic voyagers of Great Britain and inlets about Juneau, so that a Brit-
onstration of Monday w as on the defeat forests, have become savages, lost to ail or Markham stands convicted as a man city charter would reduce the salary list
REV. E. G1TT1NS, Pastor.
and Scandinavia. I.ieutenar t Hovagard ish seaport will hold the portal to the of the customary resolution calling for
B a r l e y — Feed barley, 63in 05c per
who seeks the approval of the dregs of | byjfl6,000.
. .. ...
, , . ¡Tukon country and the undeveloped five copies of new spapers for each mem human feeling.
The Astorian predicts great activity in cental; brewing, 80(385c per cental,
society. He has thrown a mantle of
of the Dimphna expedition, wrecked in Northwe8tern territory. The good re-
t h e a r m ie s in t h e f i e l d .
shame over the closing hours of a road construction by the Clatsop county according to quality.
the Kara Sea, lias expressed the opinion salting to the commerce of England's ber. An effort to compromise on three
MiLLSTurrs — Bran, $13.50; shorts,
L ondon , January 15.-—The Central wrecked administration.”
copies was swept off its feet in a wave of
farmers next spring.
to the Danish Geographical Society that provinces by reason of a seaport is too economy, and the galleries tumultuously News correspondent in Tokio quotes a
The A. P. A . will establish Slate head $13.50; chop feed, $15(317; middlings,
One leading sentiment ran throngli all
there is no question bnt the Tram has
* » *->
testified to their approval. Finally on dispatch, dated at H ai Chang yesterday, the speeches: “ W e want a new char quarters at Olympia daring the session I none in m arket; chicken wheat, 75c
been crushed in the iee, anil Dr. Nansen Aggressive foreign policy. W ill Uncle motion of Paxton the whole subject was from Lientenant-Generai Katsura, who ter.” When Dr. Brown was called to of the Legislature.
H a y — Good, $9® 10 per ton.
and his party are retreating.
represents that one portion of General the platform lie said :
According to Librarian G ilbert’s re
B utter — F in n ; fancy creamery is
The opinion is held by other travelers,
Sung’ s army left Yong Kow January 8
“ Good will come of the Gunst ap port the Washington State library lias
quoted at 25(327>$c; fancy dairy, 20(<$
the Pall Mall Gazette aiso says, that Dr.
portion pointm ent Out of it wii! come a new over 20,000 volumes.
22lac; fair to good, 15(317)^c; common,
Nansen after drifting for a year aban
marched in the direction of Hai Chang. charter, and we will see to it lhat the
Suit lias been brought at Seattle by 12 "jc per pound.
doned his vessel, and is returning by the has her tentacles upon Alaska to snatch Horticulture by a State Horticultural The enemy’s main force retreated Janu whole miserable Police Commission is
C heese — Oregon fair, 8(310c f~sr
nearest route in expectation of meeting a seaport for her navy and commerce- Inspector. This was the scheme fathered ary 10 to Ku H o Hee. The Japanese wiped out of existence. W e do not want Dexter, Horton & Co. for $217,148.93
by Representative Upton last session, cavalry ia now scouting for the Chinese.
against W illiam A. and Anna B. Har pound; fancy, 10(312t*c; young Am -, ica,
a relief expedition. Dr. N'ansen left laden ships.”
and whose advocates succeeded in de
• 9(g 10c; Swiss, imported, 30(332c; do-
Norway in the Tram in June, 18‘J3.
Dating his dispatch at Kaiping, yes the gamblers, saloons and brothels. No rington.
feating the hill of the practical fruitinen
GIANT POWDER THE CAUSE July 24 of the same year a telegram
The first Southern Oregon State Board ‘ mestic, 14(315c.
terday General Nogi reports that his man lias sny business on the Police Com
FOR A C E N T R A L BODY.
P otatoes —Quotations wholly nomi
from Berelevaag, on the north coast of
scouts say General Fing with some 10,- mission v. .o has any connection with of Agriculture will hold its annual meet
The hill provides that fruit of any kind
Norway, reported his programme as fol
000 Chinese is in the vicinity of Tsaicho. gambling and pool-selling. This ap ing and election of officers at Ashland nal.
R e fo r m O r g a n i z a t io n , o f San F r a n c l . r o infested by any insect or disease injuri
on the 14th instant.
O n io n s — Good Oregon, 75@90c per
Other Japanese commanders report a
B o d ie s W e r e H u r l e d L o n g D is t a n c e * an d lows . To the new Siberian Islands and
t o U n ite .
ous to fruit or fruit irees and liable to large force of Chinese in the vicinity of pointment says to the gamblers : ‘ Boys,
thence directly north until the Tram
A female deer, driven out of the mount cental.
von ran go on about your business, and
P ic k e d u p In U n r e c o g n i z a b l e M a s s e s
P oultry — Chickens, $2.50^33.00 per
should he imbedded in the ice and drift
S an F rancisco , Janaary 16.—The re
Y eig Kow and Lao Y a Ten.
I as a Police Commissioner will wink my ains by the storm, was seen quietly
from sale or distribution until disinfected
o f F l e s h —C it y S h o o k a s i f an K a r t h - along with it, following the west coast of
browsing in Max l ’ raclit’s orchard in dozen; ducks, $4.00(3)4.50 geese, $6.00(3
General Nich, while escaping in a car eye on that side.’ ”
form liodies of the city have almostiom- in such mauner as may be required by
turkeys, live, not wanted; dressed,
any land that might he met with. Au
Ashland a few dayB ago.
q u a k e W a s in P r o g r e s s .
pleted tlieir arrangements for the or the State Horticultural Inspector. Anv riage January 10, passed within fiftv me
gust 23, 1893, he sent a dispatch from
U m atilla county, Or., figures ont a choice, 13c per pound.
ters of the Japanese, who killed his
B utte , Mont., January 17.— Fire broke Vardo, which he had written at Cliara- ganization of a central body Friday person shipping fruit must affix to each horses, wounded him and nearly made
F resh F r u it — Californiagrafies quoted
profit during tiie first six months of the
BILL C O O K C A P TU R ED .
box, package or parcel containing the
salary system, as compared with the fee at 85c(3$l per crate; good Oregon apples
him a prisoner.
out last night in the Royal M illing Com bova, in the Yngorski Strait, on the 21 aft trnoon. The committees of the Munic
same a distinct mark, showing the name
bring $1.00(31.25 per box; Jersey cran
The Chtuese peace envoy, Chang Tin T h e N o t o r i o u s O k la h o m a O u t l a w K u n system formerly in vogue.
pany’s warehouse, and spread to the of the same month, announcing that he ipal League and the Civic Federation of the producer and shipper of the same
was about to sail into the Kara Sea and
lloon, arrived in Shanghai this evening
The Tacoma Rod and Gun Club has berries, $14.00; pears, $1.00(31.15 per
to E a r t h in N e w M e x ic o .
Kenyon-Cornell warehouse, in which that the Tram had behaved splendidly. will to-morrow night draw up a plan and the locality where grown. Any per
with a suit? of fifty-six. The Cantonese
ordered four «lozen Mongolian pheasants box; persimmons, $1.25«> 1.35 per box.
and constitution for the central body. son having in his possession any fruit oppose his going to Japan, and declare
were stored several carloads of giant
S a n t e F e , January 15.— United States
E ggs —Oregon, scarce and firm at 25c
to he distributed in Pierce county. I t
per dozen; Eastern, 25c.
The committees of the two mass meet
powder. Just as the firemen were clos
in their pi«w-ards that he will disgrace Marshal Hall to-day received a dispatch has also drafted a new game lan .
sects or disease, or who shall sell or offer China.
T ropical F r u it —California lemons.
ing in around the blazing cars an explo T h e G o v e r n o r F o u n d H e H a d t h e P o w e r , ings to-day organized, and will be rep for sale such fruit or trees, or who shall
from Sheriff C. C. Perry of Chaves
The Tacoma Land Company lias com $5.50(36.50; Sicily, $6.50; bananas, $2.50
resented at Friday's meeting. The plan neglect to attach adistinctm ark thereto,
sion occurred, killing a number of fire
D gC L RATION FROM RUSSIA.
county, who yesterday captured Bill menced suit to set aside an assessment (33.50 per bunch; Florida oranges, $4.00
a n d N a m e d H i* S u c c e sso r,
of organization is to have a central body, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
men and spectators and maiming many
S t . P e t e r s b u r g , January 15.—The Cook, the notorious outlaw of Oklaho of $26,404.97 for street improvements (34.26 per b o x ; California navels, $3.50
S a c r a m e n t o , January 17.—The Gov
upon technicalities in the Council pro per box ; pineapples, Honolulu. $3.00(3
others. The firemen who had escaped ernor to-day had an opinion from the which will act as a clearing-house. All and be fined. The Horticultural In Novoe Y*en ya says to-day in a leader ma, stating that the prisoner had been ceedings.
spector must biennially in January re
3.50; sugar loaf, $5. Figs, California
matters w ill be referred to it, and after port to the Legislature a statement of on the Eastern w a r:
immediately rallied, and were beginning
A fairly well authenticated report black, boxes, quoted at $1.25; sacks, 4(3
Attorney-General stating he had the
“ If the friendly and peaceful repre-
another attack, when a second explosion, power to remove from office any mem consideration they will lie referred to his official acts and present the actual s e n ta'lo ii-oi Russia’s diplomacy be not noon. The ontlaw8 capture was effected comes from tiie Nasel country to the ef 5c; California white, 10-ponnd boxes,
the bc.lv best calculated to handle them. condition and progress of Inrticnlture
fect that Weyerhauser syndicate lias
more violent than the first, took place.
ber of the Board of San Francisco Police It is the intention to make this arrange in the State. The compensation for hr«* consMered, she will be compelled to sup- at an isolated cattle ranch a few miles purchased 3,000 acres of timber land in $1.10(31.15; 25-pound boxes, $2.50;
. Tlaii •« on Corea with force of southeast of Old Fort Sumner. P eriv
sacks, 6@8c; Turkish, boxes, 14(316c;
The peop:e in the vicinity wete thrown Commissioners. He immediately re ment permanent. A lter municipal busi
services is fixed at $600 per vear, and his arms.”
that section of Washington.
fancy large, 20c'21c; hags, 10c.
in all directions, and the streets for half moved Moses A. Gunst and appointed ness shall have been attended to the actual traveling expenses when engaged
and two deputies were in search of
J. J. Kaufman lias lieen elected Chief
O r e g o n V e g e t a b l e s — Cabbage, ,4fX l c
THE TONG HAK INSURRECTION.
body will continue to work for the ad in the duties of his office must not ex
a block around looked like a battlefield. Stewart Menzies.
horse thieves east of Fort Sumner yes of the Walla W alla fire department. per pound ; squash, 66c per dozer.
vancement of the organizations repre ceed $500. The act is effectual from date
L ondon , Januaiy 18.— The Tokio cor
Debris was thrown high in the air, com
The retiring Chief, Y . C. Blalock, was
GUNST W IL L CONTEST.
C alif o r n ia V eoetablfs — Brussels
sented in it. A t present there are two c f approval.
respondent of the Central News says :
ing down half a mile away. Many peo
presented w ith a gold match safe by tiie sprouts, 5(35 'sc per pound , string lieans,
S a n F r a n c i s c o , January 17.— When central bodies— the Municipal League
In a dispatch from Fusan Captain Ta- recognized Cook at the first glance, members of tiie department.
ple on the streets were thus injured.
12(313c per pound; green peas, 12«< 13c
kubakan yesterday reported that the Quicker than a flash Perry and his men
The few remaining firemen were gather sec t this afternoon Mr. Gunst intimated and the Civic Federation. The name
W a s h in g to n .
Dell Lashier, representing the A. P. per pound : artichokes, $1.25 per dozen ;
Tong Hak insurrectioa in Jnnt Sen Do had their Winchesters up, and Cook was
ing themselves together and attempting that he would contest the right of Gov for the new body w ill be decided upon
The fourth session of the Washington has been suppressed. A captured spy so thoroughly surprise 1 that he lost his Hotaling Company of Portland, was cauliflower, 90c per dozen ; sweet pota
to e cape to a piace ol safety, when the ernor Build to remove him from office. next Friday. A letter inclosing the res
olutions adopted Tuesday night was State Legislature convened Monday at declared that the insurgents would prove nerve, and although he had two six- taken from the State Hotel in Walla toes, $1.60(31.75 per cental; cncnmtiers,
third and last explosion occurred. This, He said:
** I expected that Bndd would attempt written to Congressman Maquire at noon, and after the organization of both the sincerity of their surrender by be shooters about his waist, liis hand went Walla to the jail recently, having a vio 75c per dozen ; asparagus. 18c per pound.
too, killed and injured many people.
lent hallucination that persons were en
Upper and Lower House an adjourn heading their principal chiefs and forty up at the command of the Sheriff.
N u t s — Almonds, soft shell, 12(^14c
The whole heavens were lighted i.p, and to deprive me of office. My ground tor Washington. He is requested to urge
ment was taken until Tuesday. With
Handcuffs were put on his w rists, and deavoring to kill him. It yas tiie result per ponnd; paper shell, 16(317c; new
others. The Captain and the Corean
the city shook as if an earthquake was such belief was that he had threatened upon both the President and Congress
the exception of three or four members authorities examined the Tong Hak he was mounted and strapped on his
crop California walnuts, soft shell,
in progress. Immediately after the first before his inauguration to deprive me of the stern necessity ol action in the mat
all the legislators were present, and the
David E. Drnrie, who went East witli 12!yc; standard walnuts, lO .^ fS llc;
prisoners, who declared that divisions own horse, which was found tied on the
explosion the hospital corps and police my commission. I will contest the ac ter. The committee says that unless
Ohio cliesnuts, new crop, 14(315c; pe
lad occurred among them, when the plains near the cabin. One deputy led Eugene Semple and Julias F. Hale to se
force were summoned, and many of the tion of the Governor in the courts, and, the Couit Commissioners and District
with spectators. Morrison of King was
Japanese sailors and Corean soldiers at the animal, while Sheriff Perry and his cure $5,000,000 with which to build tiie cans, 13(316c; Brazils, I2>g(313c; filberts,
attaches of these departments are among if beaten, will submit as a good citizen Attorney do their duty the people will
elected Speaker of the House, and the tacked them and completely terrified other deputy rode behind them. Thus Ijtke Washington canal, lias returned to 14(315c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 6(37c;
those killed and injured in the subse should. I have been a law-abiding resort to stronger methods than resolu
other more important officers were
the trip to Roswell was made, a distance Seattle, and reports that tiie money lias roasted, 10C; hickory nuts, 8(310c; co-
quent explosions. Fifteen dead bodies member of this community. I have tions or appeals.
of sixty-five miles. Marshal Hall ex been raised. After securing necessary coanuts, 90c per dozen.
The committee appointed at the mass chosen in lioth branches. A ll were
have already lieen gathered together, never violated a law in my life, and can
W ool — Valley, 7(310c, according to
elected in a formal manner, the contests
T H A T A T H L E T I C M A TC H .
pects to hear from the United States legislation at Olympia the money will be
ami there doubtless are a great many only attribute the attacks made upon meeting Tuesday night to request Police
q u a lity; Umpqua. 7<39c; fall clip, 5(3fic;
District Attorney of Oklahoma, Arkan paid and tiie work commenced.
Commissioner Gunst toresign performed having been decided in caucus early in
more in parts of the yard that no one tne as malice.”
Eastern Oregon, 5(3 7c.
its delicate task to-day, and met with a tiie morning. The petty officers and T h e K n g ll. lt A r e D e t e r m in e d , e n d W i l l sas and Texas, to whom he wired, an
Tiie Grand Ronde donation to the N e
dares to approach. Every member of
T h urrtton N o t I n f o r m e d .
H ops — Choice, 7c; medium, 4(36c;
nouncing Cook’s capture. I t is said braska sufferers is ready to he shipped.
B r i n g I t OIT I f P o s s i b le .
chilly reception. Mr. Gnnst refused to clerks are yet to be decided upon in the
the fire department was either kiiled or
W a s h i n g t o n , January
17. — L. A. \ recognize them until they had presented House.
that with the State, express and railroad It consists of four cars from La Gramle,
L ondon , January 16.— The permanent
r o v isio n s — Eastern hams, medium,
eorafstnies’ officials there are rewards one from Island City and one from El
The most important featuree of the
The first explosion was most terrific, Thurston, Minister from the Hawaiian their authority in writing. He was in-
ll*s(3123sc per ponnd; hams, picnic,
and killed every fireman save two be Republic, has received no communica ■ormed that a letter which had lieen first day were the adopting of a resolu Secretary of the London Athletic Clnb amounting to $15,000 for Cook’s capture. gin. The value of tiie subscription can
1 0 @ llc ;
longing to the central fire station. One tion from Hatch, the Secretary for For hand him was authority, and, if he tion in the House to reduce the salaries was Blown a dispatch detailing the reply In an interview with the raptured bandit hardly be estimated in dollars and cents, short clear sides, 10(311c; dry Balt
would read it, the committee awaited of employes 20 per cent and the adop of Chairman W illiam s of the Athletic at Roswell he acknowledged himself as as it consists except the flour donation
of these was standing behind the hose-
sides, 9@10c; dried beef hams, 13
cart horses, and the other was at a water eign Affairs of the Republic, indicative his pleasure. Mr Gunst refused to read tion of a concurrent resolntion by the Committee of the New York Athletic Rill Cook, and said that when captured of produce that lias no stated price in (314c; lard, compound, in tins, 8 ^ 0
Senate, which provides for the anpoint-
he w as on his way to Mexico and meant the market, hnt probably worth $1,800
hydrant several hundred feet away. So of the latter's intention to visit Wash the paper, and said :
9J^c; lard, pure, in tins, 7fs<311i^c; pigs’
I consider it a piece of imposition ment of a committee to investigate the Clnb *o the interview with Holman, to quit the kighw av. He said :
at a fair valuation.
far between fifty and and sixty mangled ington. He said to-day that, if Hatch
feet, 80s, $3.50; pigs’ feet, 40s, $3.25;
“ The officers have me, and will take
bodies have been recovered, and more were coming, Borne notification would and an insult. I have no reply to affairs of the Land Commissioners. The Honorary Secretary of the Ixmdon Ath
A meeting was held in the Ashland kits, $1.25.
latter says that it appears from the re letic Club. Mr. Parker said :
me back where I am known, and there City H all the other evening to organize
are being picked np on all sides. I t is certainly be sent in advance. Thurston make.”
port of the Board of Land Commissioners
“ I cannot at present speak officially, is no use for me to deny it, but don’t a branch of the Oregon Bimetallic league.
impossible to give the names. It is esti said he could readily see why Hatch
and from other sources that there is good but I am sure that of the dates given, give me hell like tiie other fellows have, The officers elected for the new organi
M a y b e a S tu m b lin g ; B lo c k .
mated that aliont 100 additional persons should visit San Francisco in the inter
were injured, several of whom died after ests of the proposed cable conneciing
W a s h i n g t o n , January 16—The first reason for a thorough examination of September 1J and September 21, the for I have not committed half the crimes zation are as follows:
President, M. F.
“ being taken to the-hospilals. The scene this country with the Hawaiian Islands effect of the discovery by the treasury and investigation into the present meth committee would prefer September 12, that are charged to me. I have done ail Eggleston; Vice-President, T. J. H o w ell;
ods of conducting the State’s land busi for the university members of the team my work on tiie open highway, never Secretary, George W. T re fren ; Treas
lieggars description. Wagons are still for reasons already made public, hnt
taking dead bodies frefm the scene of the that he was still without information as officials that Spain pays an export boun ness, and askB that a committee of five are obliged to go back to their studies at kiiled any one nor have I ever robbed a urer, W . N. L n ck ey; Executive Com
0 0 worth of lovely Music f i r Forty -
ty on sugar, and that therefore Spanish be appointed, to consist of three mem the opening of the term in October. poor man unless it was of a horse or mittee, F. Roper, C. B. Watson ami
explosion to the undertaking establish to the object of Hatch’s mission.
Cents* consisting of 10 0 pages -
ments and the wounded to their homes
sugar is liable like European beet sugar bers of the House and two from the Sen Twelve letters which I have received to food that I was compelled to have when Robert Taylor.
full size Sheet Music of th e ;
ate, which shall at once proceed to ex day have confirmed our previous belief dodging the officers. M y brother Jim
and hospitals. The latter are all full.
latest brightest, liveliest and most popular -
to an additional tax of one-tenth of 1 amine into and report upon the method that the meeting in May would be im was never connected with any train
selections, both vocal and Instrumental, ^
W ashington , January 17.— The Inter
A t least seventy-five people were killed,
Building and LoaD Association was held
gottrn ur in the most elegant manner, in -“,
and the damage to property will be more state Commerce Commission again to cent per pound, was the cause of much of transacting business and operation of possible. But something has to give robberies, and I did not have anything the other night. Secretary Sykes’ re
eluding four large size Portraits.
than $1,COJ,OOJ. In.ail three carloads of day failed to reach a conclusion on the apprehension lest it should prevent the the respective offices of the Board of way in order to arrange for the interna to do with tiie Rock Island or Texas and port shows that the association has been
CARMENCITA, the 8panish Dancer,
consummation of the agreement which Land Commissioners, the Commissioner tional meeting, and the Ixmdon Club’s Pacific holdups nor the Santa Fe and
PADEREWSKI, the Great Planl$U
powder exp’o led, one of which was store 1
running six years and the gain to tiie
ADELINA P ATTI and
in the Butte Hardware Company’s ware pooling bill, and it went over until the United States Minister Taylor has al of Public Lands and the several county autnrnn meeting, September 28, there Fort W orth, but did rob the ’ Frisco at stockholders lias been $10,866. The
M INNIE SE LI OMAN CUTTING.
house, w hich adjoins the Kenyon-Cornell meeting to he held next Tuesday with most completed with the Spanish gov Boards of Tide-land Appraisers, and it fore, will probably be abandoned. The Red Fork last July. Five other boys value of each share is $103.75. I t is ex
ADDRCSa ALL 090(61 TO
warehouse. Large pieces of iron were the understanding that a strong effort ernment looking to the restoration of shall be the special duty of said com London Athletic Clnb will send a team were with me. I had nothing todo with pected that they will mature in two and
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO.:
Several bodies were would be made to secure fina1 action by American exports to the minimum tariff mittee to report to the Legislature as to from within the limits of its own mem bank roboeries. I was in hut one rob a half years. Miss Carrie Sykes was re
Broadway Theatre Bldg., New York City.
hurled long distances and picked up in un the committee at that time. W . R. schedule. But it is believed here this whether the methods of conducting the bership, and will make the best fight bery, and if indicted for that under the elected Secretary.
business in each of the several offices re possible. The greatest interest is taken □ame of B ill Cook, will plead guilty.”
recognizable masses of flesh. The rela* Morrison, Chairman of the Interstate
A meeting of the taxpayers of tiie
ferred to is the best obtainable or not; in the match among members of the
tives of the* killed are frantic, and the Commerce Commission, submitted an
Rosebnrg (O r.) school district is called
city is in consternation. The powder amendment giving the commission su paid only on sugar produced in t lie Span w hether the service of the officers of the clnb, and the opinion is that too long a
for the 21st instant to consider the ques
D IN G L E Y ’S S U B S T I T U T E .
was in warehouse in violation of law. ft pervision of pooling contracts prior to
tion of building a new echoolhouse to he
’ • United States and is absolutely inconse ferred to has been efficient and satisfae tional contest.” _______________
was the greatest explosion th the his th eliin e when they take effect.
P r o v is io n o f B i l l A m e n d i n g th e P r e s e n t located in the southern part of the city.
tory of the West.
W a n t B r e a d fo r T h e i r F a m ilie s .
The present echoolhouse will accommo
S h i p p in g A c t .
the last vea'r.
C U A r
ia t h c b e s t .
the several offices should be consoli
M i t c h e ll C h a ll e n g e * J a c k s o n .
date 500 pupils, hut its capacity has
D urois , Pa., January 15.— The pros
n w b 9 0 S S U U K IN a
ii.n ri a tm A f i r r H u g h e * .
N ew Y o r k , January 17.— A cable from
S u g a r B o u n ty K e p e a l.
93. C O R D O V A N ,
committee is given authority to send for
amend the law relating to Shipping meeting with general favor, and a two-
P iicf . n ix , A. T., January 17. Attorney- ^ I .onJon says Charlie Mitchell has clial-
FRENCH«, E' iMELLEDCALr.
W ashington , January 16.—The entire persons and papers and to administer ers’ strikt are apparently very good. The Commissioners, which the House passe« 1 mill tax will doubtless be voted for that
General Henri, who recently resigned ^ longed Peter Jackson to fight according
H ‘5 .«F lE W l/ iK W W «a
Louisiana delegation in Congress ap oaths. The resolution was adopted men are willing to work on short time if
to-day, was a substitute prepared by purpose.
POLICE, 3 SoLts.
and made public sensational charges tG queenshnry or London prize-ring
tlieir comrades, who were recently dis
The trial of Adolph Selheim, who was
Hgaim-t Governor Hughes, alleges that ru]eg lor £1.000 a side, the fight to take peared before the House Appropriation
There has been much talk daring the charged, are taken back. They eav they
charged with the murder of William
EXTRA F IN E . 0 , 5
Hughes secretly supported Murphy, the p l^ e next M avor June. " Ponv ” Moore Committee to-day to urge that some pro
past several months about the Ijind will make this concession in order to by tiie Committee on Merchant Marine Smitli at Spokane, was concluded bv tiie
Republican candidate for Congress, lie deposited ElOO" forfeit. Mitchell says, if visions be made for the relief of imme Commission, ami the fact that the reso
B ovj S chool S hoes ,
keep the families of the idle miners from and Fisheries. It was acceptable to the jury bringing in a verdict of acquittal.
charges Hughes with surrendering prill- he defeats Jackson, he will h iv e a fur- diate losses suffered by the sugar pro
• L A D IE S -
lution to investigate the matter was one starving. Mr. Elliot, the general man committee and to Maguire of California, Tiie verdict was a surprise to everylmdy.
ciple to secure his release from financial ther claim for another match with Cor- ducers and planters of that State, caused
of the first acts of the Senate is being ager for l.ewis, Bell & Yates, the owners who was especially interested in the Tiie Taxpayers’ league is to take up and
emharrassinents, and calls upon the belt, who, he asserts, owes him a return
by the repeal hill of the bounty provided discussed freely.
investigation of the mines in which the strike is on, matter. It amends the act of 1890, in discuss the question. Selheim shook
SEMO roe CATALOGUE
Governor to resign at once.
for in the M cKinley tariff hi|l. They promises to lie one of the most absorb lias gone to Buffalo to lav the proposi
W - L*D O UG LAS,
stead of repealing it, se as to provide liands with the jury after the verdict,
claimed the difference between Iiounty ing features of the session, and will be tion from the men before the firm. He
R O C K TO N , M ASS.
that when seamen are shipped before a
I . I t H i ll ?
S o u t h e rn I’ h c IR c L n u d * .
ami duty should be paid to the producers, awaited with interest by all people of is expected back to-morrow, and upon
r h r a . r r h . i l a a VA . L .
Shipping Commissioner lor the coast dined and wined. Selheim shot and Y o u m H I « I t l a a .iie
i f l i l M m *.
W ashington , January 17.— Secretary
S a s t k F e , January 17.—There is a as tally half of it was earned before the the State.
the reply he w ill bring depends the im wise trade or for trade with Canada, killed W illiam Smith in a saloon No
B f c i u e , we are tbe largest lu sn u f.rta re rs a«
Smith has directed that action be sus striking resemblance between tlie pris late tat iff hill became a law. About $6,-
mediate outcome of the strike. The Newfoundland, Mexico or West Indies vember 17 while Smith was unarmed. advertisea shoes in the w o? ,«, and guarantee
value b y stamping the name an d price on
strikers say they are willing to make an agreement shall he made in writini He is a wealthy rancher and oid pioneer.
pended on selections made by the South oner supposed to tie Bill Cook and Frank
the bottom, which protecta voa against high
any reasonable compromise that will and the seamen so shipped shall be pa
ern Pacific railroad of lands within com James, the Missouri ex-handit. The to make payment on production up to
prices and the middleman's profits. O a r abort
JAPAN AND CHINA.
eq u al custom wotfc in style, easy S uin g and
give all of them at least enougli to pro and discharged as provided by the ship
mon indemnity'limits for grants for that prisoner is a mild-mannered young fel the time the new tariff went into effect.
tendent of tiie Eastern Washington Asy w earing qualities. W e have them sold every
vide bread for their families.
road and the Atlantic
ping commissioners act and in other re lum for the insane, situated at Medical where at low er prices for the value given than
very nnlike the descriptions of Bill
b i r d .lH ]tan e *e A r m y E m b a r k i n g fo r
T h e C u p C h a ll e n g e r .
pei "ding the decision on the suit recently Cook. H
spects as if the shipment had not been l.ake, has been issned. Superintendent any other make. T ak e no substitute. I f yoar
e does not deny that his name
C o -o p e r a t io n A g a i n a F a i l u r e .
t h « S lia n g Tu ng; C o a s t.
dealer cannot su pp ly you, w e can. Sold by
ronglit to determine the right of the jg Bill Cook. The genuine Bill Cook is
G l a s g o w , January 16.— Shipbuilders
S po k an e , January 16.—The Morning made before a Shipping Commissioner, Semple reports 207 patients. The death
Southern Pacific to such lands.
L o n d o n , January 16.— The Times cor-
and that the clothing of seamen shall he __________
; described as being a half-breed, possess Henderson were to-day ordered to pro-
the r past
three years lias been
Times has ceased publication for lack of exem pt from attachment, and any per- comparatively low, as the climatic influ
ing negro and Choctaw blood.
in Kobe te.egraphs under
K p i i i <»4 h I o f M i * * o u r l '* C ftp itn l.
ceed with the construct.on of Dunrav- respondent in
support. The Times was started in the son withholding such clothing from its ences are good. It is a noticeable fact
en’s new taclit. I t is to be finished by ' date of January 8: I t is reported that
JKi i'chroN C ltv r January . U .—The
‘Sinme of Cook's Gang;.
... | interest of Representative Wilson in his owners shall be subject to a fine not ex that the proportion of melancholics is
several transports have left Ujina with Senatorial ra£ . An attempt wag made ceeding $100.
fight over the proposition to remove the
less and the number o: maniacs greater
| L ittle R ock , J an m iryn .—Jim French the strictest secrecy.
a poition of the third Japanese army. ! to run the paper partly on the co-opera
capital to Sedalia ia causing much hitter
F o r In te r n a t io n a l A r b it r a t io n .
in this hospital than in several other in-
and Sam M cWilliam s, two of Bill Cook’s
tive plan, tiie printers being guaranteed
W a h h i n g t o n , January 16.— Sherman stitntionB where comparisons have been
feeling. A syndicate of Chicago capital
S a le c f C a l if o r n ia P u b l i c L a m l * .
gang of desperadoes, held np and robbed
This state of affairs is believed
ists is said to have taken an option on
W a s h i n g t o n , January 16.—The House
gave an audience to the commanding ing $4.50. They received bnt a small I
lntrodufed a bill providing for to be due to the clea', dry atmosphere.
10,000 acres of Sedalia lands and have a the store of W. S. Nash of Fort Gibson
Public Lands Committee has decided to officers the 6th. The transports will fraction of the wages guaranteed, and carrying into effect the international ar No case of epidemic disease has occurred
strong lobby to secure the passage of a to-night, securing a small amount of
I OBTAIN A PATENT?
bitration resolution adopted by Congress in the hospital for the year; no suicide prompt an.war and an hooeM opinion, writ, ta
joint concurrent resolution for the re money from the casli drawer. They also report favorably a bill granting to Cali ■ rendezvous near Chemulpo, and are ex- refused to work longer.
M I N N d C O ., wbo have bad oearlr fifty «aara*
in 1890 by asking the President to con
E t e l a E x t r a d it io n P r o c e e d i n g * .
the Saang Tung coast south of W ei Hai
sales of public lands.
stitution, and bnt one dangerous attack. Don. Btrtctl«’ rnnfldflntlaL A H a a « k . . k at In-
T h e C r u is e r O ly m p i a .
duct such negotiations as it provides for Many improvements and additions have lonnatlon r mowninf P a t r o l , and bow to ob
W ashington , January 14.— Respond
tbem lent free. Also a catalogue of marhan-
through the diplomatic agents of tbe been made. A boat twenty acres of new tain
S a n F r a n c i s c o , January 17.—The great
E v a n g e l i* t B i t 'e r r o u t i n g
tcal and acirntiac booka amt free.
R e p o r t e d I a m ii u g N e a r W e i H a l W e i .
The Times correspondent in Hong
ing to a resolntion of the Senate, the United States or to appoint a committee
Patent* taken tbroturh Munn a Co. receive
8,500-ton United States cruiser Olympia
L o n d o n , January 17.— A Che Foo dis- Kong says that Adm iral Freemantle has
T a c o m a , January 11.— The Methodist
land have been cultivated ; 2,000 addi apecial notice in the «ir ie a t lS r A m e r ir a a . and
~ | President has sent to that body a copy to visit snch other nations as he may de tional strawberry and 1,000 raspberry time are bronebt widely berure tbe public with
w ill, it is said, be turned over to tiie gov- Church will inaugurate revival meetings patch savs it is rumored the Japanese Rooe with tne fleet to Japan,
coat to tbe inventor. Thte splendid paper,
termine on “ for the purpose of institut plants have been planted. Mr. Semple out
la.lied weekly. eMwantly illnetrated, haa by far tba
ernment on February 1. Only a few tin- all over the Pacific Coast next month have landed in Shang Tung near w ? i ®bl7 to follow the Japanese movements.
eircnla«loo of any sclent!Sc work In tba
eral Ezeta, late Vice-President of Salva ing negotiations with them for the crea earnestly advocates the examination of laryret
worid. f l a year. Sample copies m
iphing toadies ar^ necessary, ana when under the direction of the New York Hai Wei, and that the British fleet is •
dor, and other refugees who were granted tion o f a tribunal of international arbi persons snspected of insanity by compe
Boudin, Edition, monthly. S ? j0 . J
she arrives at the navy varu she will lie Association and Evangelist Bitter of that cruising in the waters in the vicinity,
cents. Every number ooe__________
an a8ylnm on board the Bennington.
tent physicians instead of the Superior tiful pli
plates, in cokes, and nbctoarapbs o f new
ready for service after shipping her stores city. The first meeting will be held in watching the movements of the in v a d -'
a. with plana enabluur banders to ebow tbe
Much'of the correspondence is of a tech- whereby difficulties and disputes may be Judge, the examination to be conducted
| ing force.
tHiens sod secure contracts Addreee
peacefully and amicably settled.”
WsrIS't Fair Hlgh.st Meda' and Diploma.
kical legal sharaster.
S t ' X . n C O , NkW T on *. ] « 1 BkOASWAT.
S avages, L o st to A l l H u m a n F e e lin g .
Condensed Telegraphic Reports
of Late Happenings.
Every Fireman in Butte Either
Killed or Wounded.
s M W flfw w itrm m
g F R E E !
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W . L. D o uclas