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CAPITAL AND ENTERPRISE
’HE RAILROAD G AT E W AY
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..BOHEMIA GOLD MINES
COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 23. 18%.
C O T T A G E
Association w ill hereafter carry bi
Alfred C. Field, a negro, convicted
of the murder of Mrs. Randolph, was H O W T H E C O M P E T I T O R P R I S O N
hanged in Chicago.
ER S ’ L IV E S WERE S A V E D .
Morin, the celebrated French bi
cyclist, beat John S. Johnson, the
American, in both heats of the 2,000
meters race at the Velodrome de la C o n s u l- G e n e r a l’ « P r o m p t A c t —W e v l e r
T h r e a t e n e d t o R e s ig n U n le s s t h e
Seine in Paris.
A m e r ic a n s W e r e S h o t —P r o c e e d i n g s
The scohooner Mary Ayer was sunk
S u s p e n d e r, b y O r d e rs F r o m M a d r id
in collision with the steamer Okauo,
in Lake Michigan, off Grosse point,
New York, May 20.— A Herald
and live of her crew were drowned, special from Havana says: The action
two beiDg saved.
of Consul-General W illiams, in pro
An explosion at Bida, in the Nupe testing against the methods of the trial
country, west coast of Africa, on the of the prisoners of the schooner Com
Niger, has razed to the ground the petitor, made by the Loaaish authori
palace of the Emir Meleki, and has ties, is worth more that ar .-.sing men
killed 200 people.
Before the conrt-mar'ial closed, Con
The Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern
railroad was sold at auction in Seattle sul-General W illiam s’ letter of protest
and was purchased by Judge H. G. was read. The representative of the
Struve, representing the bondholders’ United States quoted the treaties exist
ing between the United States and
committee, for $1,000,000.
Spain, and doubted the right of the
Ties piled on the Chicago, M ilwau
latter to try American citizens and
kee & St. Paul railorad at Waldo, a others sailing under the American fiag,
few miles south of Milwaukee, W is ,
by other than civil law, adding that
derailed a south-bound freight train.
in the letter they must be judged by
Three men were killed and two in ordinary and not by military and naval
courts, and be permittee to employ
At the Eliot Square building in legal counsel and present witnesses in
Buffalo, N. Y ., Thomas Purdy and evidence.
Val Jenly were working at the bottom
A note by the judge advocate-gen
of the elevator shaft when workingmen eral, which had also been endorsed by
at the top dropped down an iron bolt, Admiral Navarro, the highest naval
officer of Spain in Cnba, rnling Consul
In Queretaro, Mexico, a cave-in oc General W illiam s' protest as withont
curred at the opal mines and ten men good ground and out of order, was also
were buried with earth and stones. read and noted.
Word was brought from the scene that
Within four horrs after the ccurt-
four of the miners were killed and sev martial closed its session, at a special
--ar jti"g in the afternoon, its members
eral others injured
The Gaulois published in Paris, says sent to Admiral Navarro a sealed ver
that Senor Canovas del Castillo, the dict, which was immediately approved
Spanish premier, is about to ask the by the naval chief. The sentences of
intervention of the European powers all five prisoners to death, in accord
with regard to the interference of the ance with the verdict, was signed at
once, and preparations made to have
United States in Cubna affairs.
A t the Electrical Exposition in pro the men shot.
Iteceiving no satisfactory response
gress in New York a message was
from the amdiral, nor even ah invita
flashed over the wires of the Western
Union and Pacific Postal companies, tion to attend the proceedings, neither
oovering a distance of 15,000 miles, Consul-General W illiams nor any at
tache of his office was present at tho
and a reply received in four minutes.
court-martial, nor was he allowed to
The fruitgrowers o f Snake river are see the pris mere nntil after the trial
considering the formation of a union, so had closed. Naturally be laid the
that fruit can be handled at smaller whole case before the state department
cost than previously. The plan is to at Washington early, and received in
have a Spokane commission house structions as prompt as energetic.
handle the fruit direct from the river.
When these arrived, he went imme-
Forty men were let out in the Gem fliately to the palace, where a stormy
mines, in Wallace, Idaho, and w ill not interview with Captain General Wey-
be re-employed until development work jer occurred.
The general told the
is finished. This is said by some to be consul-general that if the men had been
significant on account of the recent convicted, as the latter supposed, they
explosion at the Bunker Hill and Sul- ; would most certainly be shot at sunrise
the follow ing morning, despite any
Catherine A. Laoy, 32 years of age, protest the United States might make.
‘ If you shoot them,” said Mr. W il
of Phoenix, Ariz. ,was burned to death.
She had risen at 4 o ’ clook, and in liams, “ my government instructs me to
lighting a fire ignited the curtains. close its consulate here and demand my
From this her clothing caught, and be passports, and I shall most certainly
fore help arrived she was fairly oooked, hold you and your government respon
sible should these prisoners be executed
dying in a few minntes.
A dispatch iron? Vladivostock says: before our protest be given due con
tjuiet U hs oeau restur-u
¿co-.i erw» sideration.”
When Mr. 'williams uowed inaiseli
and the king w ill return to his palace
G R O V E
-A .Z K T D
L E M
XHE PACIFIC STATES1 Buckley
A T I.
p^ID E OF THEP iCIFIG
May 12, at the age of 76. She
j came to Oregon with her husband in J
settled near Lebanon, where
A T e r r ib l e ( ' ) c l o n . S w e p t T h r o u g h th e
S ta te .
most of her life was spent.
Devoted to the Best Interests
IN T E R E S TIN G NEW S N O T E S FROM
B A TTL E S H IP
O R E G O N 'S T R I ’
C. Staser, chairman of the Adams
Seneca, Kan., May 19.— A devastat
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and
ing tornado passed through this city
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
opened a correspondence with a view
from the southwest to northeast this
to securing for that county a oniony of
evening, at 6 o ’ clock. Everything in
M a g u ific e n t A v e r a g e S p e e d o f
L E A D E R BU ILDIN G
its path was completely wrecked. The r h e G r e a t X o r t h v . i t F u r n i .h r « S o n .r Dunkards, who contemplate coming to M“ <*®
16 7 8 K n o t » —B e a t t h e >» a«t>Mohuaett’ H
oonntry reports great damage to prop
N e w . o f M o r e T h a n G e n e r a l i n t e r - Washington from Indiana,
R e c o r d —1 1175,000 I 'r e iu lu iu G iv e n t o
erty and probable loss of life. In this
e a t - D e v e l o p m e n t a n d P r o i r e . , in
The case of leprosy that has been
t h e B u ild e r s .
city, four were killed and a number in
A ll I n d u s t r ie « -O r e g o n .
discovered in Seattle is a puzzling one.
jured. The killed are a boy and a girl
It is hard to know whether the expense
Santa Barbara, Cal., May 18.— In
E d ito r and B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r
of M. R. Connell, a boy of M. E. Voor-
W _^am Hunter, an old Linn county attendant upon the matter should be her official trip today, the battleship
heea, and the 15-year-old boy of Peter pioneer, died at Brownsville
last borne by the state or the oonnty, and Oregon covered 62 knots, official gov-
AsseDmacher's. The seriously injured woek, at the age of 85.
nut very easy to decide what shall be ernment course, in three hours lorty
R a t e s o f S u b s c r ip t i o n .
are: M. E. Voorhees, John BelHhaw
The La Grande Bicycling Club has done with the man. Th<re is a lazar- minutes and forty-eight seconds, mak-
ONE Y E A R ..................................................... 9 2 OO
and Alonzo H. Hawley The latter decided to build a bicycle track, one- j etto in British Columbia, maintained mg the magnificent average speed for
* These rates are strictly in advance.
w ill not recover. There were many third of a mile in length, to cost $500. by the Dominion government. Poe- the time over the course of 16.78 knots, is S im m o n s L iver R e g u l a t o r —don’t
___ _ * Subscribers wishing a change i*i their
forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish
miraculous escapes from death.
p stoffice address should give their old as well
J. Comic, of Newberg, has sent Esst sibly the institution would receive the or 19 85 miles in an hour.
during the Winter, just like al! nature,
as * ew address.
The streets are impassable, blocked
This speed places her in the very and the system becomes choked up by
an'd^faHen j for a quantity of peppermint roots, and unfortunate man if application were
The I. k a uKR w ill be sent to subscribers
u n til all arrears are paid and paper ordered to
w ill experiment with the peppermint made. In that event Washington state front rank of ships of her class in the the accumulated waste, which brings on
be d_gcontinued according to law.
trees. The opera-house is completely
would have to stand the expense.
navies of the world, beating the Massa Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
plant in Oregon soil.
E t F ' Anv subscriber nor receivin g his paper
demolished. The roof and the west
re* ularly will please notify this office imm e
chusetts, the pride of the Cramps, tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now. but be sure you take SIMMONS
side of the $50,000 courth mse was
ment Company has been incorporated, which had a record of 16.15 knots, and L iver r e g u l a t o r to do it. it also
We invite short articles of general In
blown down, and the roof of the high Presbyterian church, in Brownsville,
te re s t-lo n g ones, as a rule, not published. All
the Indiana, with a record of 15.61 regulates the Liver—keeps it properly at
articles must be accom panied by the nam e of
school is gone. The steeples of the
capital stock is $50,000, and the pur knots.
the writer, not for pnb llca iiou , but sb evidence
work, when your system will be free from
Methodist, Universalist and Catholic that city, for $1,421.
o f good faith. We assume no responsibility for
The oontract of the Union iron works
the opin ion » o f correspondents.
Morrow county sheepberders found a pose is to operate mining properties in with the government calls for $25,090 poison and the whole body invigorated.
churches were scattered to the four
1 ou get T H E B E S T l l L O O O when
the United States and British C olom
Entered at the postoffice at Cottage Grove as
Twenty-five residences were dead lamb a few days ago that had
for every quarter of a knot above 16, your system is in Al condition, and that
razed to the gronnd, and bnildings in two bodies, eight legs, one head and
iyc be when the Liver is kept active.
and by her great performance today the will only
A d v e r t is in g K a tes M ade K n o w n on A p -
The American Lake road was sold
three eyes, says the Canyon City News.
and ' note the
1 Oregon has earred for her builders a Try a Liver Remedy once
p l ic a t i o n .
But take only
Three children of James Sherrard
— » SIMMONS
Some of the papers in Coos county
premium of $175,000.
L iver R e g u lat o r — it is S im m o n s
were also killed. The west half of the are quite positive arrangments have by Receiver Ellis for $8,400. The road
Her anchor was weighed at 5:20 A.
village of Bayleyville was swept away, been made that w ill insure the estab was originally built as the terminns of M., a swell was running and she took L iver R e g u l a t o r which makes the
difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
bnt none were killed there. The dam lishment of a beet-sugar factory in the Union Pacific line in Taooma. It a preliminary run to warm up her en
already prepared, or make a tea of the
w ill be equipped electrically, and run
1CMBKKCAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—
age in this city is over $200,000.
powder: buttake SIMMONS LIVER REGU
j Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m .
as a suburban line.
and 7 p . m ., first and third Sunday in each
chinery worked was satisfactory as the LATOR. You’ ll find the RED Z on every
Eight Dalles horses w ill be taken to
F I G H T I N G F O R E S T FIR ES.
m outh. Prayer m eeting, eacn Wednesday at
The deposit of the Whatcom county speed developed, and it continued run package. Look for it.
Heppner to contest for the purses being
8 p . m . ('* We ars Journeying unto a place of
4 - H . Zeilin * Co., PlnlAdelphjA, P a
w hich the Lord said, I w ill give it y ou ; com e
hung up >y the speed association of treasurer in the defunct Bellingham ning better all the time.
thou with us and we w ill d o thee good.” —
H u n d r e d s o f M e n B a t t l in g W i t h B u r n
Bay National bank was secured by a
RJtV. C. A. WOOLKY, Pastor.
i n g T i m b e r in W e s t V ir g in ia .
$25,000 bond, and by a first mortgage iine, the Unadilla acting as stakeboat,
which begins on the 26th.
on the bank building, valued at $60,- at 8:11 A. M., and reached Point Con
riH R lS T IA N C H U R C H -SE R V IC E S AT 11 A.
Davis, W. Va., May 19.— A ll day
M.andH p. M. Sunday school at 10 a . m .
000, which, by the way, is the amount ception at 10 o ’clock, making an aver
long, hundreds of men, from all sec
Y. P. 8. C. E., each Sunday at 4 p . m . Midweek
impanelled at this term of court in of the capital stock of the bank.
prayer and praise services, W ednesday evening
tions, have bravely bnt ineffectually
age speed of 17.09 knots.
Grant connty to try criminal cases, the
a t 7 o ’clock. Musical rehearsal, each Saturday
fought the forest fires which at 7
It is expected, if present arrange minutes and fourteen seconds were con R O U T I N E W O R K O F T H E F I F T Y -
eveuiug at 7 o c ’ lock.
civil docket being snoh that the court
o ’ clock tonight, after continuing forty-
ments are carried out, that the cannery sumed in turning, and an average of
w ill pass tpon most of the cases.
F O U R TH S ES S IO N .
e t h o d i s t c h u r c h —S u n d a y s c h o o l
eight hoars, are, if possible, burning
at Blaine w iii be well under construc 16.49 knots was made on the return
at 10 a . m . Preaching each fourth Sunday
run. She crossed the finish line at :
m orning and evening. Prayer m eeting, every
Thursday night. •' The f ord'is In His h oly tem
who this morning estimated th ■ loss at Dalles shows a total oash balance on of June next. The cannery w ill have 11:64. The average run both ways «ubitB noe o f th * B ills and R oaoluticnt
R e v . M. O. BRIN K, Pastor.
$50,000, now state that the amount hand of $5,729.55. Of this amount a capacity of at least 500 cases per was 16.78 knots, with a maximum for
In troduced In the Senate nnd H ouse
has been exceeded, and are unwilling $2,233 85 was received during the day, utilizing two retorta and other six miles of 17.34 knots while running
— C ondensed Record o f the D oin g« of
to make further predictions of the loss.
paraphernalia for a oannery of this ca under 160 pounds steam pressure, the
the N ational L aw m akers— Senate.
As the Coburg tTain on the Natron pacity.
The middle fork tract is completely
engines making 128 to 130 revolutions
wiped out, and the adjoining forest is branch passed W ilkins one night last
May 16.— The Dupont
The Hugh Gillighan w ill case, set with much less than the allowed air
now burning. The weather is still weak, just at dusk, it received a lively for hearing before Judge Arthur at pressure. With scarcely a vibration case, involving the right of Henry A.
A D IG E S T FROM A LL PARTS O F
dry, the high, shifting winds continue shaking up, and was nearly thrown Spokane, was continued until June 8. of the decks from the throbbing engines Dupont to a seat in the senate from the
and the air is stifling with smoke and from the track. The cause was the Gillighan was the miner who died at and amid cheering from stokers, fire- | 8tate of Delaware, was taken up in the
T H E WORLD.
heat The women and children from filang of the split switch at that point Medical Lake and left $13,000 in the men and everyone on board, the Union senate today, with a view to oonolud-
the mountain villages are tonight ar- witn rocks, undoubtedly with the in- oheney bank, with a memorandum for iron works achieved a victory over the ' uf? the debate and taking a final vote,
ranging their homes to take refuge in tentlon of causing a wreck.
a w jii, dividing the money gmong world of shipbuilders and made for the i A brief colloquy between Gorman and
C o m p r e h e n s iv e R e v i e w o f th e I m p o r t
the larger towns. As the fire started
A larger body of ore is in sight in friends. His relatives resist the pro- Pacific coast a name that all were just Mitchell developed that a difference of
a n t H a p p e n in g s o f « > « P a s t W e e k
in several places at the same time from J the’Virtue mine today than ever before j bate of the document as a w ill.
I ly proud of.
opinion existed as to the character of
C u lle d F r o m t h e T e l e g r a p h C o lu m n s
no known cause, it is now thought t o ' in the hiatory of that now famous prop-
Near Lacroses, Whitman county,
w hen the
«»k eboat McArthur, the vote to be taken. When Gorman
—A t H o m e a n d A b r o a d .
have been the work of incendiaries, ert f .
In fact they have opened up j ackrabbits are causing a great deal of markin8 the Poiu* Conception end of spoke of the nnaniomus agreement to
who were prompted by revenege against j snob a body of ore as to crowd J the
Di. Salmon, the oldest Freemason in
annoyance to the farmers, and a great the °‘JarBe- was parsed, the Oregon had vote, Mitchell admitted the 'orrectness
the new owners. As far as known, no j paefty of the mill. A number of men rabbjt drive i« expected to take place
the world, died in London. He was
her credit an average of 17.08 knots of the statement, but added itgnifloant-
« a a a v o xrj
t i \ j t o n e u in u i
r> nnnaannnnn T4 vn
L /v ...
Vl O t the n character
k ov a n in * r\9
n »A m would
lumbermen or other citizens have been< h
ly t that
the - vote
108 years old.
i f * “ Uld off ln 0° Me? ueJne- 11 18 this week. Some difficulty w ill be ex per hour.
Aocording to tin. monthly crop report
two “ J » oan break down 89 perienced in finding a suitable rendez-
m m * ore m a day as ten men could von8 for the final bunoh.Dp> bnt 8everal nounced the end accomplished, and for reached, which was open to the mean
j . s t issued, the average condition of
B A S E B A L L I S T S A T T A C K E D .
winter'wheat is 82.9 in May, 1895.
old hunters express the belief that the a few minutes pandemonium reigned. ing that the case would be postponed
i Oregon has several mining ex- j bunnies can be successfully cornered on Men yelled and cheered with excite until next session. Platt spoke in sup
The last clean up of the A pollo
R e v e n g e f u l It a lia n a C au ae a R io t In
I changes, the latest being organized in ! some of the large bluffs bordering the ment, and the stokers danced in theii port of Mr. Dupont's claim.
mine, at Unga, Alaska, was |87,504,
P e n n s y lv a n ia T o w n ,
From captain to
These institutions are not Palonse.
Washington, May 18 — By a vote of
the dioduot of a three months’ ran.
Hazleton, Pa., May 19.— Six persons j incorporated for the purpose of selling
water-passer a spirit of happiness per 31 to 30, the senate determined today
i t haa
j . . „ ovpr„d t Pnrf T
Anti-missionary riots have broken
were shot and a number of others seri- shafks in companies, but for the pur- send that the renorted nrohiMtion of vaded the crew, for the Oregon was that Henry A. Dupont was not entitled
on f in Kiang Y.n. The British mis
ously injured during a riot at Mao- . pote o f dispensing
in- j liquors
.... . cutters
.... „ was
to a seat in the senate from Delaware.
iucor- literally in the hands of her friends.
sion was looted and burned. The inis-
adoo, a town four miles from here, this!
No half-fed navy passed the carefully This closed a long and animated con
afternoon. A game of baseball was ic |
tising the mineral wealth of the wbat j 8 known as a "w in e mess” for selected coal, but the piok of a great troversy, which had been one of the
The docker’ s strike in Rotterdam
progress when a pang of drunken )
The needs of this kind of work the wardroom cfficer8 of the revenue manufacturing establishment was on most notable contests of its kind in the
hai assumed an ugly aspect. The fr o m t h e R u s s ia n l - i » a t i o n w h e r e h e 0D*
Down in [ the eight little history of the senate
t h e g e n e r a l ’ s p r e s e n c e , h e d r o v e I t a lia n s c h a r g e d u p o n t h e p l a y e r s a m i » ’d a i l y B e c o m in g m u m a n d i n c i e a p -
The result was
cutters. The liquors may consist of
civic guard, police and marines have
i chambers before tSo f**jrna'es sixty- in doebt rp to tho last moment, and
back to his office. The excitement spectators with revolvers, clubs and
been called out to protect the workera.
stones. Last night, an Italian hadn
eight selected men worked with might this lent «Silted intrest to the Huai vote,
sacre of the late ministry. The Rus that followed at the palace was inde
been arrested for assault and battery. ! , Sheriff
■ . Henderson's tax collections brandy and such hard liquors are pro | and main— bright, active American j There had been some question as to the
W illiam DeeriDg, the reaper manu sian marines are returning to their ves scribable.
mechanics of the best sort. Aside direction of Stewart's vote, but it was
The judges of the civil tribunal and A number of young men took him from ! J“ ' *ffjmll$BOunty for the current year
facturer. has made a donation to the sels.
f«>t » p $31,807.15, or about one-third is optional.
from the natorsi interest taken in the ! with those of the Democrats and Popu
the chairman of the leading conserva the constable and unmercifully beat of
Northwestern university amounting to
Trouble between the Indians on the
The Italians hearing of this,
work, a premium of $5 for each quar- lists, and was the decisive vote in de
The g ift is in real estate Tongue river reservation, in Montana, tive party and the managing director him.
They fulfilled Btate debts and enable the county to tion has hit on a novel method of exter j ter knot over the requirement of 15 claring Dupont not entitled to a seat.
of ths Spanish tank were called and a threatened revenge,
and the white settlers in the neighbor
knots was to be paid to them as an ex | Before takng the vote, Platt spoke for
consultation began. The majority of their threats today.
Miss Mazie Todd aged 20, daughter hood is probable, and troops have been
The first inning had jest been fin ern Pacific Railroad Company last furrow running aronnd his field, and tar incentive over and above their Dupont, and Vilas against him. Ba-
these personages advised the authorities
week paid tax in Yamhill county has several deep pits in the furrow, in
of Dr. Lyman P. Todd, was killed in asked to avert a possible outbreak.
to suspend the execution, pending far ished when there was a pistol shot. amouBting to $3,900. Treasurer John which he has placed large barrels about i wages, wihch w ill net each man $30. ! con spoke against the issue of bonds
Lexington, K y ., by a trolley car while This is the result of depredations com
It was followed in a few minutes by a
I without authority of congress. Reso
ther instructions from Madrid.
Petmipgton forwarded $5,373 80 to the half full of water. The result is that
she was bicycling. She was a cousin mitted by the Indians on the cattle of
TH E G O LD RESERVE.
lutions were proposed by Morgan for an
General Weyler said that if the men promisenons discharge of firearms. The stats treasurer, it being the last install- the squirrels are drowned by the whole-
of Robert Lincoln.
were not executed he would resigD. orcwd attempted to run away, but the
inqniry as to onr treaty rights with
Nearly half the business portion of He so telegraphed the Spanish min Italians chased them, discharging their
The president has approved the act
ite o f A l m o s t O n e Spain, and Galiinger relating to the
water in the barrels and take out the
M i l l io n D o l l a r s D a i l y .
making provisions for the deportation the snbnrban town of Blue Island, near istry, it is reported.
pistols and throwing stones. The for
A fccmplaint has been made out
need of additional enactments
to Canada of the Cree Indians from Chicago, 111., was destrovyed by fire.
Chicago, May 18. — A Chronicle
In the meantime it appears the U nit eigners were mad with rage and hlazed ch a rlit^ Mrs. May, of the Tillamook
Montana, and their delivery to the
special from Washington says: May
ed States was, through Minister Tay- j away incessantly nntil the police ar academy, with assault in having too
The Lines u —cany has three shifts I l the gold reserve in the treasury stood
Washington, May 16.— The konse
consumed, entailing a total loss of about lor, bringing pressure to bear also at rived. Several of the Italians were ar severly punished some of the girls at
Orders came from Spain to rested and more w ill be taken into cus ih<f aoariemy. Of this case the Tilla- employed on the Mother lode. A sta- at $125,000,000; today it is a trifle committee on coinage, weights and
In Van Baren, Ark., Jailer Stamps $150,000. A shifting wind was blow- Madrid
mogk Headlight says:
“ The matter
Hon has been cut and drifting w ill soon over $114,000,000.
In twelve working measures today decided by a unani
was assaulted by two prisoners, who, ing almost a hurricane at the time of SQ 8pend an preceding« and directing tody tomorrow.
tbe captain-general and admiral to
is being stirred up a litlte too far, and
be commenced. The ore streak is six days $11,000,000 in gold has been mous vote to authorize a favorable report
after beating him insensible, took his the fire, and it spread rapidly.
SPAIN developments may surprise somebody
an<l of good value.
taken from the treasury, and there is on the resolution introduced by Repre
The steamer Mexico just arrived in transmit all documents in the case to i M O R E
keys and liberated five others. Stamps
il is Mid- the «lightest indication sentative C. W. Stone providing that
U probably ft tally
The North American Com- supreme m ilitaiy and naval council and T h a t C o u n try * « w h e n t C r o p P r o m is e « t o the best nf judgment in chastising the
mar mine are ont on a strike, and ask ° f any nbutement in the export of the the president be authorized and re
prisoners were not captured.
quested to invite an expression from
B e u T o t a l F a ilu r e .
j girls, according to our belief, but no that their wages be restored to the yellow metal.
mercial Company’ s schooner Seventy- oabinet.
W hile the 9-year-old daughter of Six, which left Kodiak December 11 had won. The transfer of the case to
it, and has been suf- amount
The payments of the recent popular other principal commercial nations of
Washington, May 19.— C o m in g j m . i doubt she regrets
_______ , paid them before the cat two
W illiam Asbby, of Pine valley, was last for Wood island, is lost with all Madrid w ill give the prisoners at least mediately upon the severe drain of re- j Hciently punished by the unpleasant years Igo. No disturbance is
antici- loan have been made, and the gold re tho world as to the desirability and
crossing Pioneer creek on a footbridge hands. A heavy gale sprung np just a month or six weeks’ respite.
pated and the Miner’s Union says that serve can therefore expect no accretions feasibility of the adoption of interna
sources caused by the Cuban rebellion, notoriety of the affair.
in company with another ohiid, both i after she left, and she has not been
tional coins, to be current in all coun
--------------------------- \ the Spanish people have now to face
It is said that the Greenhorn range none w ill be tolerated by them. The other than those which w ill come to it
were precipitated into the water and heard of since.
tries adopting them at a uniform value,
F a ta l R u n a w a y A c c id e n t ,
the prospect of an alomst total loss of w ill be covered with prospectors and manager has submitted the matter to in the ordinary way.
the Ashby child was drowned.
While the withdrawals of gold are and to be specially adopted for invoice
Franklin, Ind., May 20.— Last night the wheat crop, caused by drought and miners daring tho summer. Its min- Ibe head office in New York,
I . C. J. Cnirts, editor of the Weekly
not enongh to be a positive menace, purposes. If expressions thus obtained
The increase in the price of bolts Herald, of Astoria, Or., and W. H. Councilman Frank Crowe! 1 left his rig insects. United States Consul Bnrke, eral possibilities are great and all it
The Bale of the Yellow Jacket mine
and nuts in the iron trade the past Weeks, candidate for recorder on the in front of bis residence, intending to at Malaga, writes to the state depart- requires is the enlistment of capital to bag been consummated in New York, they are cansing anxiety to the treasury from other nations are such as, in the
three weeks is the evidence of a re- Populist ticket, engaged in a fistic en take his mother, who was in the snr- ment that a new insect pest, as destruc- render it one of the greatest mining The price stated is $1,000,000 cash, officials. If there is anything like a judgment of the president render a
ported gigantic pool of mannfacturers counter, in which Curtis came out rey, together with his w ife and child- j tive to wheat as the phyllorxa is to the centers weBt of Colorado. The husi- The former owners still retain a large steady increase in the withdrawals, it conference desirable, he is authorised
is said that Mr. Cleveland w ill make to invite it at a time and place to be
1 grape, has damaged the crops in several ness men of Baker City little realize interest in the ' property. The
in these goods, the organization of second best. Weeks was the aggressor, ren, to her own home.
prop- an effort to secure legislation to check designated by him to oonsider and re
which is now in progress in Boston.
and the provocation was an article in
During his absence, the horses took provinces, while, owing to a severe the great undeveloped weaith at the
erty consists of thirty-six mining lode it. Congress expects to adjourn some port a plan for the adoption and
At Eau de Vie, M o., while sitting the Hearld in which Weeks was the fright and ran away. The elder Mrs. j drought, not only w ill the entire wheat | very door of their growing town and claims, placer claims, three m ill sites ; rime between June 2 and 10. There use of such coins, oomposed of either
np with her sick child near the open
and in all 800 acres
A town site is jg a long stretch between that date and gold or silver, or both. The president
be a shortage of every other crop of ure the determination of the Commer-
fireplace, Mrs. John Edwards’ olothes j Secretary of State Price has just re thrown out. but
being laid ont on the placer claims. j be g r8t Monday in December in which is authorized to appoint three repre
caught fire, and the Carnes comm ini- | ceived the diploma medal awarded the younger and her baby remained in the grain. The poor are suffering much, cial Club to bring to prominent notice Government patents covering the entire ( be president would havo to act with-
sentatives, subject to confirmation by
cated to the cradle. The baby was e r e -! state of Washington at the w orld’ s fair rig nntil Water street was reached, j and, unless the rain comes, the crops j this undeveloped wealth.
property have recently been issued.
out the aid of congress, should the oon- the senate.
mated and the woman seriously burned. I for grains and grasses. The medal is a where the surrey struck a pole, and j w ill he a total loss and great suffering
The old Nicolia mining camp which ditions of last fall be duplicated. The
they were thrown ont on the brick and want w ill prevail throughout the i _ Th® P60^
of P° rt L° rf“ rd were
Washington, May 18.— The house to
D. W. Watsou, a wood-dealer, was bronze piece, on the face of which is the
pavement, the child being killed in- j whole country. Efforts w ill be made tTeated t0 tha nnusnal sight of a water- has lain comparatively idle for the administration has been for some time day occupied itself in passing the pri-
instantly killed in Seattle in a runa figure of Columbus, inclosedi n a hand
to have the government reduce or re- «P011* at sea> May 1. It gathered far past seven years, w ill make quite a re- considering the possibility of jnst such vat pent ion bills, which were favorably
The diploma is stantly.
way. In falling off his leg was some aluminum case.
spectable ontput of ore. The original 8 situation developing after adjonrn acted upon during the two special days
Mrs. Crowell was dangerously hurt. move the import grain duties, as heavy
canght and torn off. His body was awarded for yield and general excel-
" an immense writhing,
“ squirming Viola mine, owing to its being in liti- ment of congress.
given to their consideration. Erdman
dragged about 100 feet, his leg being lenoe of variety of grains and grasses The elder Mrs. Crowell is hurt inter imports must be made during the cur serpent,
rapidly ascended to the black gation, w ill probably remain idle, bnt | Should circumstances warrant, it is
nally and her recovery is not probable rent year.
and Talbert threw such obstacles in the
left behind. He died instantly.
The boy was internally hurt.
there are other mines in that vicinity
way as they oould. Thirty-four bills
A convention of the Western Feder- | At a meeting of the Columbia R i -er
J A C K S O N IS G U I L T Y .
which have produced sufficient ore to congress on the eve of adjournment, were held up because they were not
ation of Miners met in Denver, Colo. Fishermen’ s Protective Union held in
ing with extiaordinary velocity, it during the past winter to justify the insisting that congress furnish some
T h e Y a w l C apa ¡z e d .
engrossed, but 100 were passed, leav
Colorado, Idaho and Montana were 1 A storia, it was decided unanimously
T h e M u r d e r e r o f 1’ e a r l B r y a n G iv e n t h e moved rapidly shoreward, striking the letting of contracts to freight the out measure of relief to the treasury before ing about sixty yet undisposed of.
largely represented, and delegates were to reject the proposition of the Scandi-
beach abont two miles south of Port put to Dubois, where it w ill he shipped adjournment
the opening of tbe session Howard rose
present fn m most of the Western navian Packing Company to give 41, yawl of the Von Schmidt dredger,with
Newport, Ky., May 18.— Soott Jack
to a question of privilege, to denounce
four men on board, capsized in Oak
O ver th e T ra n som .
states and from British Columbia.
cents per pound for salmon. The sen-
for noon, and the children all had a
land creek yesterday during the pro son's case went to the jury at 10 o ’clock
Crookston, Minn., May 18.— The tbe fabrications
M o n ta n a .
Ex-Polic-i Captain Edward B. Car- ‘ ilnent ol the meeting was strongly!
printed five months, ago that he had
gress of the races of the California this morning. A t 12:05 P. M. the
center of h ew York has been sentenced aK«in«t any con.piomise, the
It is more than likely that Bntte w ill
jury returned amid a death like still they took a great interest.
entered the hall of tbe bouse in an in
.i_____ ___ ________ i maiDi
thev stood at tue Yacht Club. One man was picked up
be honored by a visit of the mining office today with intent to file on the toxicated condition, and had been car
to three months in the penitentiary ana
and were firm n by the «^earner Alameda and one man- ness. The foreman handed the verdict
Red Lake lands, came through the
t , pay a line of $1.500.
aged to swim ashore and two are miss- to the clerk, who read as follows:
transom over the door. He held his ried out by two oolored porters
pleaded guilty to having received their demands for 5 cents per pound,
Fairfield’s cheese factory has started of New York some time in Jane.
One of them is S. H. Von “ We, the jury, find the defendant,
papers aloft and said, “ Nine o ’clock,
bribes of $1,000 from the Liquor Deal
Thomas Reynolds, 17 years old, w is Schn.idt, cousin of the owner of the ! Scott Jackson, guilty of murder in the up.
Several shipments of ore from the gentlemen; I am the first man.” Be
E « r t h q q & k e In E c u a d o r .
in the police court today, charged w i'h dredger, and the other is a sailor.
first degree, and fix the penalty at
Two bears were killed near Sealand Homestake have been made to the C ol ing two minntes too previous, he was
New York, May 18.— A Herald dis
In Yreka, Cal., Mrs. Henrv Scwatka burglary. He says he was w rongfully;
orado smelter the past week. The ejected. He entered, however, with patch from Panama says: Mail ad
and her 6-year-old daughter Irene were «censed. W illiam Riordan and Henry
The judge had previously announced
ALLOW ED T O TA K E SEALS.
Work is to begin at once upon a shaft on this property w ill be sunk an the first four admitted, and his name, vices received here from Guayaquil,
1 that no demonstration by the s p e d i speed track for Port Townsend.
shot to death by the Chinese cook at
additional 100 feet.
L. D. McCall, was the first recorded. Ecuador, are to the effect that great
r e r m ift g io n G iv e n t o t h e > o r t h A m e r i
tore would be permitted. Consnquent-
tteir Butte-creek ranch. The China canse he would not confess to robbery,
c a n C o m m e .c ia l C o m p a n y .
The Western Mine Enterprise Com He had been in line for four days. The damage was done in Quito and the in
ly the verdict was heard with silence,
man was dead when found, and it is
pany, of Butte, are overhauling and line was two blocks long, and contain terior towns of the republic by the re
Washington, May 18.- T h o secretary but immediately upon the adjournment berry crop this year in its history.
supposed that he committed suicide him to a beam u idi! he lost conscious
cent earthquakes which destroyed tbe
making extensive repairs in the old ed not less than 400 men.
of the treasury has instructed J. B. ; of the conrt fte 8pectaor8 ru8Jhed to tlle
after killing the mother and child. No
city of Puerto Principe Viejo. Bad-
Crowley, the agent of the seal relands, juror8 and 8hook hand8 with them lent in the west side of the Kittitas ; mill at Bannock. The m ill w ill be
reason can be found for the deed.
— Harvard college has discovered hoyo and Ambato were great sufferers
started up just as soon as in condition
Jaokgon 8howe(J nQ feeli
policeman, who booked him for bur that he may permit the North Am en- heartil
The strike of forty-four firemen of glary. His clothes were torn off his
and w ill be run on ores from the com fourteen new variable sure of long by tbe seismic disturbance and the loss
can commercial Company to take male
, in the ashen paleness of his face
E. G. Griudrod, of Kittitas connty, pany’ s properties in that district.
the Armour packing plant, in Kansas back daring his struglges.
of life was very great.
seai skins the c o m i n g season to the The father and brother of p earj Brvan
is experimenting in the cultivation of
City, has assumed international propor
number of 80,000, if, in h.s judgment | were pre8ent. The usual motion for a the Australian salt bush plant
tions, and there is no telling where or|
D r . P r i c e ' s C r e a m B a tin g Powder.
a smelter in Phillipsburg and the citi
that number may be taken and «till new triai wa8 made and Jackson was
W o rld 's F a ir H ig h e s t A w a rd .
WsrtS's Fair Higk.it » « s « i ■ «« o - w m s .
how it w ill end. The strikers have proved, as the basis of patent, a clear
R. F. Jordan, of Wallnla, pnt ont zens of that community are in a fair
leave sufficient number to fertilize the taken a ^-ay to jail
already petition d the naitonai conncil
poison for squirrels, and let his hogs way of realizing their fondest hopes
females which may come to the rook-
o f the Federation of Labor to declare
run in the same field. They ate the It has long been known to the mining
eries. Last year the company was al-
a D o * Airected w ith Rabira.
an international boyoott against the selected on account of the grant for tbA lowed to take only 15,000 skins, bnt
poisoned wheat and fifty-two died.
fraternitv that no district in the West
Oregon & California railroad; 5,185
“ C U PID E N E”
Mandamus proceedings have been offers better inducements tor a plant
T bl« créâ t V egetable
An effort was made to burn the large
V ita liza r, t b e p r rue-rip-
seals after leaving the rookeries are physicians, that a dog that bit several begun against the city treasurer of of this kind and it only awaita the ne
tion o f a teoMMM Freneb priyKcUn, will quickly cure you o f ail n*r-
Bunker H ill concentrator at Wardner, ;
slaughtered in great numbers by poach- jyeople here last week was affected with Port Townsend to compel him to use gotiations now pending between the
y on » o r d b - M w o l tb e f m m t h > ..rea..«, «ueb a* L o»t M iuibood.
The concentrator was fired the same road; 8,246.73 acres in the
iTMomiila, j a».* in tb* Kick,Berni
• I " Kml n e n .Kereow«
W alla W alla, Wash , land district, on ers and hunters outside the 60-mile rabies, has caused widespread conster- the cash on haDd to pay old warrants citizens and Butte capitalists.
Pim ple*, L o ctre e s to M arry, ExeaiM
—*--------- a- <i
and a portion of the flame blown np at
c* b v
v o r night. Prevents qnV*k-
- - step*
—~ i - a ' l • lom
account of the Northern Pacific grant; zone, the government might as well nation. Dogs are being shot by the outstanding.
o f discharge, w hich if not cheeked lead« to HpermstorrhCB» and
| — The total amount of the fortune of
the same moment, extinguishing the
The Auburn Argus says it is safe to
13,522 acres in the Columbia district, realize a profit on the sikns as private wholesale, and several of the victims
B E F O R E and AFTER a! I the horror* of Im potency. € i ; P i n t : S EcVausea the liver the
the Rothschild fam ily is now put at
kidnevs and the nrinary organs o f Ail impurities.
lights and stopping all the machinery.
and restore« sttia M w eak organ*.
Wash., on account of the Northern Pa parties, especially foreigners, and hence of the affected dogs w ill immediately say that not one-quarter of the hop $ 2 , 000 , 000 , 000 .
The fire was promptly extinguished by
— | r gufferF-r*
t o t cured b * J •< tor* i* bem use ninety per cen t Are tronbled wftb
he has doubled the number which may ! g 0 to Chicago to take the Pasteur treat- acreage w ill be cultivated this year in
cific Railroad Company branch line.
P r o w l :»f it i* . C U IT D E X L ; , th“ on ly know n r e ir - d r to cure w ithout an operation. SdOOiwstb
one of the m ill hands. No arrests
written gu ” ,nnt»*e given And m o n e y returned if six boxes does not effect a pe
be taken. Crowley w ill leave for the | m ent None of the people bitten by the Green river distriot. as compared
— Dr. F. Shue says there are forty Ai*. a A box,
g x f jrÇû.00, b y m a il. B en d fo r f r e e circular and testimonials.
have beeD made.
— Germany is now the best educated seal islands as soon as these ’ ustruc- the dog have developed symptoms of with former years.
varieties of sdihls turtles in the United
Address D A Y O L f f L D I C I M C O ., P. O. Box 207b, s s n Fraocimo, C al 1 W M »
A ll road* in the Central PaaeengeT nation of the eentinent
r®80^ bim at San Francisco.
Mr*. Dulcinea Ridgeway died in Statai.
J. A. BENSON, Agunt
b. P. THORP,
IN K A N S A S .