Washington County hatchet and Forest Grove times. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1896-1897, June 04, 1896, Image 2

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F « m »I»
by tae
nag ton u a be e a r i afad. the
of A fart»» I ìa Annata
w ill be quickly «supped
It la pro-
poeed to let tae federal tr'/.pt :a par
m it of the redskin* -r-aa the .me |iatc
M a io / and gire the M n . a i tr'x.ya
the ngnt io e r a ) the lu e iato A nanna.
Col li. F. Mefriioeey a p r a i a M t
potiaeu a and agn « a l t e n « . f .S a n J « .
nae Men murdered
• body,
with a bolla« u the near, waa found
la an a u r a a e -a nit ranee, near
r.am fateti a motion, m D ie t from dan
J o « , in the lovnahip of L/a fr o m . A
neighbor named Page found the body,
and. ufar.n going atri the nous*. found
the body of M d i l u e t f • i n . Mr» Me-
Ghoeey, and her daughter
M unte
-.nee.er a e n a c t , and Bober! briaco,
a hired man The tragedy waa enacted
by the «co-in-law 'if Mra McGIincey.
Jamea Dunham
The only t o m tot of
the fam ily U Iruooacr. a baby who wat
found aleepug feacefuiiy by the »¡de
of tola dead mother
George Hcnaeble,
anotner hired man. barely eacafed the
fate 'if the otberra
The (rreciaa gorernmeot, u a cir­
cular note to the power*, repudiate«
reepoioeibility for the reteinon in (.rete
un l e « the porne re a le r« Cretean au-
tonomy
A Nuremberg dispatch mya the firn
four piizea in the intern tuonai one*«
maater* tournament, to begin Joly 20,
bare been increased to* $750. $500.
$-375 and $25<> reapeo.-tirely.
It hi reported in Wiodaon, <mL, that
the tug Ix/rimer, of Detroit, owned by
Alexander Buell, haa gone do*wn u the
middle ground off Felee ialand and all
hand* ! 'at. The report 'an not be veri­
fied
John F. Caplea and R. A. Booth, of
tOregon, were 'in a riait to Cleveland,
O ., and presented a gold nugget to
Mark Hanna, M cK in ley’ a manager.
Hpeecbe* were made by Mr Hanna and
the Oregonian*.
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ik * «k
Ir*| H
K a 4 ia k *# Ik « < orvftAlihs ) »!*•■
CoS am bo*. '* * . June '•
B| ^ _
tan m m .n g a mob nl
* r o * l ■***
broke inSO the Wsoster bui-'ung icr-
rg the trial of J«-*« claji- r- ¡uarge1-
with amau-tiig Mr*. He a
bry*-
aad Us.x the pria o -r from me efficas*.
.1 lay too • truu na-d already begun i*
hum locked door*, aad a neanly armed
guard if men was y resent to prokect
\ za
from dOj fjitQ'.LHrdn - •
n ek s»:*
Tike hk »6 fotwd tit*
and, * u h k
rjk.*£.
uy- fpeetAtfics
^
**12*11
*n/i canted t.'Kr D*irr iato in*r *tr*rri
A M f « w h pka*e*<i around
rack, and be w » j dragged op
•tre<rt. tbe crew : tbcoliDg *1 bim a-
ther went along
Near u.e beli t
ih*fj swung
negro op -ad
fora ted bun with baUeta. After tais
u>e a A as c a n d deii’c*cTate*7 **
in tiwr finx instance, went imm»dL<iztnj
to the cotirtncoAe, and, orerpcw«rring
the jailer, took W ill Miles, a oagro
charged with aaeacitiDg Mrs
two year» ago, and mar:hed him i. *•
ly Vi wnere .'clayioa>s iife ie « body w«*
banging from a tree. Toe trexnCling
negro was made to look apoa tne fate
of his brother in crime; then » rope
waa placed abont ni$ neck, and be w «
•lowly suspended in the air and bis
body riddled with ballet*.
The bodies of the negmss were left
banging daring the afternoon, and a
•urging mas« of bamanitr w«§ packed
around the tcene. The greatett eicite-
ccent preraila here and especially
among the negroe* and it ii not im­
probable that fortber trouble w ill en­
sue.
e l e c t io n
r e t u r n s
F
0V
h a r« ibow i 12*0
Thr fU p u h iii-A « kar« , r
icr-r nt f : _» . . rxn—
sko prvtwbly t,«rts « wo,
= , m ;cr* ,4 ^
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in- rip rv t«d au;-
t. k c i
In-i.c-s a . , fr- a
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u -e tne m ir of
,a .
« a . u . i w in g w ill bars *
f«r
fM l
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Bean f t « r a p s «»« ÌHm w u” 11
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OVER
THE S r A"
th*
r^ete : - :. :
Moaco.w. Jane 2.— A terrible panic,
!-■ ra. for 1 istrici
duxrtct in <n tg-n
ream ting from the great rroah of peo­
Tbotapuoc
f r *w
m i of U m ifoalA A l n e u
to
hai T cgc* has ««ju s liu a o a .
ple at the popoiar feaet here puday, u
i m of fa il «wry to in* reform fariam:
B eau of the ccrcnaucn A the c u t,
Bcnnoyer, ft* mtyc*.
earned the trampling to death of many
Brauer, for shs-ng.
a. Mark far'»». UM w ife A •
people, including n woman de.irered
ll is be.icrsii tast U » l*in*-Stmr* • o
Moore, for circuit —m « J
unni la m e r. n a A ia ( a« C l***.
of a child during the excitement. It ia
vqni tu^iot w ill sl»n-i « » folk, w A cut
'•«m o ell. for * u l:te.
Mo., 4 r,w a o l M f two ehlldreo
eaximaled that orer 1,100 peraon* per-
ci mpltt* rrrerni m«y *lt*r it a « « -
H * n-nry. for
.
K T K .f U m e re m o «
Wo ooeae i*
uhed.
whsL Kcpablicua». M. Bopolists, 12,
il» un.'
m In anticipation of a grand holiday
- very prcc-.net
f « n c n i ! . è; Unico B mcts.il-
and
a
popular
banquet
oh
Hodynaxr
A Mono streck Cairo. UL There
give: » 'oogre*»—
1
Mitene.. Kepufclxran«.
plau, ten* of thoi^and* of people be-
«M le» 11II wind and ralo
The opera
» 68: N.-rthup. 117;
fui*
e.ectlcn
gan
trooping
toward
Fetxovoaxy
pal­
c ity — Tat :
UM; »o '! onion depot were o m M .
Ciscksmsa
prern« judge— Bean, ljte —
ace. in front of which the plain i * m o ­
ha terry D e l Kataenoe ■ a peneri in
returns show tfc* result t have teen * 6- ». (iaatoa. 535. Foj —f l
iled.
thia
morning.
In
fact,
thousand*
Pcpoiist
victory
than
M ( A n n e er u n oeartjr all m i brani
mere cr.mp.ete
Mitchell. R ep leads tr g»
reached the ground* la at evening and
a » érowoen
r u st first cl lined. Vsnderterg re­ Driver. Rep . is an« 4 „
camped there, or u the immediate
tened 5 j, piuarlity :»er Tingue for snenff.
(Swing Ul the tae« toal n oogre« baa
ncin ity, U order to make rare of ob­
cocgre«, and •isstCB -id Bean 351
Clatsop county— Re»,
«ararit 1 ui M a a to m the battlefield of
taining good poaitiona today. On ice
vole« f'.r the ropreme ja :ge*h:p. The yet complete. The vt*» B
S d lfA latri a fwtiooaì park, the 'Ä r e n
plain« long line* of rough table*, danc­
three Pc-poB.st candidate« f-.r the iegia- Bean. 1268: Barnett, 5||:
M the fehl loto Battlefield Aw/natr.n
ed by roegner bench«, had been erect­
Dture were elected by plurahtie* of Congress— Bennett. 4j j ;
M e e tendered their reel «nati on a for the
ed. It waa first arranged to accom­
about 500 óé C í *.
N .rtjiup, 672; vyjin*
a r f a e i ,/ discontinuing their aaMeia-
modate 400.0*M* people, but in n e w of
K¿ricn county— Returns from 36 Dem.. is elected as ■
the immenae crowd* assembled u and
precincts are all in. but the vote has Republican iegisUtiv*
Lèntena/it John M iiey. id charge of
about the city at the coronation fete*,
not been canvassed. There is vana nee defeated.
See hear? artillery at the Bereidio, Kao
extra table* and benebe* were erected
in tbe unofficial «tím ate« in «orne
Morrow county— rh*
Are«:.-*- tiaa joet ootnfaieted the work
and every effort made to pronde meal*
pre-.uicu, but it is settled that Vander- shows the election of tte
af mounting a fai-lra nfie on the n d «e
for 600.000 people. To feed tne mul­
berg has earned the county by about tl aet. except the - -n lu fi
•ear Fort Winfield Herat. Toia la the
titude an army of cook* and waiter*
73 plurality. Tbe Republican» have
Union county— T aerw cj
M o n d modern nfie tri be added to the
were gathered together, the army bake­
lest the treasurer to the PopuluU by f tbe twenty-five
haary artillery oo thia coast. within
house* were taxed to the utmost and
336, and the Republican «henff and county give the fo llo w f«
tern yaara.
7*04,004 mug*, each bearing portrait*
clerk got m with a «malí plurality. »34: Barnett, 552; Gsstm
of the czar and czarina, were ordered
A Vaifaeralao diapaich aaya
The
The Republican legislative ticket 1« gress— Bennett. 542: Ellix
AN
IN S U L T
TO
TH E
FLAG
for preaentation to the people taking
«p e rvm o r« of account* hare discovered
elected.
ihup. 116: Vatnn. 104k
part in the banquet. Thousand* A
h a t the telegraph of toe government
Yamhill county— The Union Bimet­ from the other precmcte
cattle, trainload* of provision* and s t a r r y K u n r. i r o f l b * o l d W o n i t i i r I * « -
» a t been defrauded 'if more than 100,.
allic ticket is elected.
The lowest to make no material
«hiploada of liquid refreshment« were
«M i peerá, and It la thought that a
• t r o y e d b y an fc .n g li » h W o m a n .
majority ia 126 for sheriff. For con­ pluralities.
sent to the plain, and this morning all
atraer investigation w ill bring more
Boston,
June 3.— Tbe famous old gress Vsnderberg lead» T< ngue by 105.
Colombia county — Si»
waa in rea d m e« for the gigantic erent
rogsery to light.
and Bean 1» 200 ahead of f vaston for give: Beau, 470: Burnett,
By dawn today the mass of peasants flag, battle-scarred and torn by shells
The erent of the Lfoeen a birthday
supreme
judge.
in the celebrated encounter between
366. Congress— Bentett,
The Inano, pobiiaheoi in Bueno* about the tables was really enormous, the Monitor and Mammae, was wan-
« la b r a lion at Koaeland, B. C., waa a
Benton county— Unofficial return» 363: Nortbup. 233: Vain,
and all were desperately hungrr, some
■ drilling contest for a p u r « of A y , « « y . th -tw h en congrca. ha. ap-
T : . t e ' T , D« í i y tw e n ty / “ , tenly destroyed on H .tw d .y by an Eng from all precinct* give Tongue a plur­ defeat in thi* county is
fai«*,
o-cri,* wore
mur» enter
inu-iul
oror*!-l
th« unification I of
l f th«
rrcn tin« o»r>“ g t«»te i «ir nearly twenty i iur
_
____ ...
rore! the
the A
Argentine
$150. B
it * Mama
mi. (liar-
Hog p
boors. Tbe police did everything pos­ lisb woman, while tne nation waa in ality of 270. Lake, Republican uomi LJuifiti w illl beat him shorn
gist and k oilly, of the War Kaglo, debt, Irr. J. Hornero, the minister of
suited by the indignity to which the nee for joint representative for Benton
sible
to
keep
back
tbe
crowd,
hot
sud­
Um atilla county— Thinj
Aril far) a hole 91 !4 in c h « in 16 min finance, w ill elaborate a scheme for the
denly the masses pressed forward and stars and stripes were subjected. As a and Lincoln counties, is elected by out of thirty-three give Kll
'yinreraion of the paper money
■tew, winning thereby
swept evertybing before them. They consequence serious trouble is autici- 275 majority. Loggau, candidate for ality.
For rapreme ;ud|«:
A dupanth to the l»n d on Times fr'/rn
In Lo* A n g e l«, (J*l., an electric car overturned benches and tables, trampl­ pated, and it 1» feared that there may representative on the Benton county Burnett, 642; Gaston. 935
Athen« « y a th« Oreek cabinet baa d«- ran over and killed an inmate of the ing hundreds under foot and crushing be a not, so intense is the excitement Republican ticket, is defeated by about is probably elected joint
atded not lo «end warahipa Ut the ialand Holdier»’ Home, w h o « identity is an the life oot of a great number.
among patriotic orders. Mrs. C h a ri« 20 plurality by Whittaker, a Populist,
W allow a county —
• f Crete unlaw It lierx/me* absolutely known. The belief is that tbe old
Among the dead found on the plain H. Eaves, who runs a boarding-house the first one ever elected m the county, W allowa county are
mummery. It 1« added that twenty- man was placed on tbe track by hood­ were ladies evidently of high rank, at 1222 Washington street, shortly af-
Coo* county— Return* from 24 out of plete
The entire
Am (,’hriatiana b ar« (wen killed in the lums, though it was apparently a cane dressed in tbe finest silks and adorned ter the Memorial day parade had 26 precinct* in the ciunty give the tol-
ticket has been * c i-easfel,
mmmmr.iK in Crete
pasaed,
ripped
down
the
famous
relic,
lowing
results:
Congress
—
Tongue,
of suicide.
with jewels.
ceptiou of Jennings. Rep
tore it to shreds, stamped upon it and 923; Yauderberg, 1174.
Supreme
J a m « Kliington waa hanged in
tentative, and Williams
Tbe police barracks to wbici tbe
Tbe BitMbnrg and Indiana manufac­
turned
it
over
to
its
owner
w.tb
these
judge—
Bean.
1010;
Gaston,
909.
Nn*-
B oé«, Idaho, for the
murder of turer* hare cloned down all tbe win- bodies of the dead were taken by ’ be
■toner. For congress, Ljuin!
words:
“
Take
your
dirty
old
rag
"
ler,
Ptpulist
ncm
in«
for
joint
repre-
Charle* Briggs. December 50, I5K4, dow-glaaa factories in the territorie* authorities are b «ie g e d by persoi «
200 plurality.
The woman admits the deed, giving tentative, has carried the county by
■ iin g to n «not Brigga in front of tbe controlled by them. Thia throws 4,000 seeking news of friends and relatives.
G illiam county—Vuim,
her
only
defense
that
the
owner
had
250
plurality.
l a t i « « home in Koiw. Kliington met skilled workmen and about 1,500 la­
The scene at tbe barracks is terrible
Bennett are all closely
insulted
her.
The
flag
is
owned
by
Polk county—Complete retnnrs are
A»a rietini, paused and then turned and borers out of work a month earlier in the extreme. Tbe remains of tbe
uncertainty prevail* as
C h «te r Salisbury, a boarder in the in, but tbe official count baa not yet
A c t him in the back.
dead w ill be conveyed to the cemetery,
than uanal.
house, who inherited it from bis adopt­ been made. The vote of Independence, Tbe Democrat* have elected
where a large morgue is located.
Henator Mitchell, of Oregon, ha* rn-
The Prohibition national convention
ed father, Captain W illiam H. Green, Dallas and three other precincts give and the representative is ii
The diauater, as now explained, was
Baker county— Twenty pte
purteid favorably from the committee held in Pittsburg, nominated the fo l­
who captured the transport Belle of Bean 200 majority over
Bninett,
due
mainly
to
tbe
absence
of
the
po­
mm poMo/fices and postroada the b ill Ut lowing ticket: President, Joshua H.
Cape Anne when she was anchored off Tcngue a majority of 401 over Myers. of twenty-five give: Beta,
lice.
who
bad
not
arrived
at
aer
early
ton, 60; Barnett, 740.
Inareas«- tbe pay of letter-carrier* Levering, of Maryland; vice-president,
Fortress Monroe daring the second bat- and Hayden for prosecuting attorney
Bennett. 4596; Ellis, 744;
throughout the United Htatea. Tbe Hale Johnaon, of Illinois. The silver an hour. F o lly 200,000 persons of all tie between the two famous naval mon- 110 over Carson. Republican,
Northup, 167.
Yaokuii.
MU U similar to the one already favor- plank waa rejected and also the woman g r a d « of aticiety had gathered together sters
Tbe
transport
took
part
in
the
Jackson
county—Complete
returns
on the plain at the time the disaster oc­
elected to tbe legislature.
ably reported In the house
suffrage plank.
fray
and
was
fired
upon
by
the
Mer-
from
all
but
two
small
precincts
give
curred. Only about 1,000 attendants
Douglas county— Returns
CapUin John Wilaon, tbe hero of
The Madrid correspondent of tbe were in charge, and they seemed an- rimac. She bore tbe flag daring the Republicans one representative and except one small preciootg
isoukout mountain, who has been suf- London Htandard say* it is made a con­ able Ut control the mob. HopiDg to encounter. A warrant w ill be issued school superintendent, and the Demo­
lowing
majorities:
Ti
erlng from a cancer on hta fatal, died dition of the French and Hpamah hank­ lessen the pressure of tbe assembled for the arrest of Mrs. Eaves at once, crats county judge, and everything
Bean, 500; prosecuting si
*4 bla home at Htatlon camp, Ken- ers, who are largely interested in hundreds of thousands, all moving to­ and she w ill be turned over to the else goes to the Populists. Two ol the
The Republicans
States
B -
authorities.
Many three representatives will be Populists 180.
teinky, aged 74. He waa the man who Hpanlsh railway enterprises, to assist ward a common center, they tested the United
thing in this county t
i»
Amt planted the federal flag 'in the the government pi obtain loans for the package* and p re«n ts into the midst of bo" d« " ' 1D th« ,hou(* are ver-' P“ »io t.c and also the senator.
anti perhaps school superi
r
u n ri
h u tfh t r in e n
n o tr ititi/ -
I it n v u fn v n
annum of I »o k out mountain.
Josephine county—Complete returns
Cuban campaign
the crowd. Thia aetruingly precipitat and have much patriotic literature,
which has been mysteriously mutilated give Tongue, 783; Vanderberg, 758;
■ p
A Havana dispatch aaya. The local
The bank of New Knglaud, of Man­ ed the panic, since a scramble to obtain and destroyed of late.
Saturday’s
K a t e F i e l d I* !» * « .
Supreme judge— Bean,
gsaorllla fort-» of Han Antonio de loa chester, N. H., has suspended busmens the gifts euused, and the hollow piece events help to clear up the mystery. Myers. 20«
State
Chicago, June 2.— H. H
Item** ha* killer) nine insurgent* with for the time being by a vote of its di of ground near the center formed a Mra. Eaves has only been in this coun­ 784; Burnett. 334, Gaston. 75«
senator— Edwaids, Pop, 882; Har­ of the Chicago Times-Henli
at*l« arms, I »sides the leader Uollaoxo. rectors and with the connennt of the death trap for thousands.
try a few years.
mon, Rep., 983
a cable message this afl
(Aaneral SeraIIno has fought the iuaur- hank commissioners of the state
The buildings on all sides of the
Extra police guard the house, fear­
Washington county — The official Yokohama, and signed bt
ganta near Han Cristobal, Pinar del Creditors are being paid with an idea plain, where Napoleon once concentrat­ ing a riotous oemonstration from
count shows: Bean, 1854; Burnett. Thurston, ex-minister to 4
Uki. They had eight killed and oar- of clearing up the deposits.
The bank ed his troops after moving upon tbe crowds collected, who demand to see
583; Gaston, 1108 Congress— Myers, States from the Sandwici
rfad off many wounded.
had not recovered from its loss in 1803. city, are in many cases being used an the British woman who tears down tbe
31«; longue, 1540; Vanderberg. 1503 which said:
temporary hospitals, and the soldiers stars and stripes.
(4. M. Palmer, a farmer living near
In Berlin, it is said a resolution \ have laen rendering great service in
Joint senator- Dillard, Hem , 420;
’ Kate Field died at Hi
Atwater. Ual., walkttd into hla stable passed by the socialist evangelical con
Hansen, Pop., 1272; Patterson. Hep., 19, of pneumonia ”
L I B E R T Y OF A C T I O N .
removing
the
dead.
and alappetl a horse on tbe hack. The gress, warmly approving the course of
1650. The Republicans elected all thé
Mis* F ield waa in tbe
Further time must elapse before ac­ Wry 1er Mr ml m P e t i t i o n t»» t h e H p i » i i ì h ) i rest of the ticket
horse kicked him, one hoof landing I>r. Htoecker, may be regarded as a
islands as the special correqB
curate
fig
urea
aa
to
the
number
actually
squarely on hia chest, the other on 111* pronunclamento against the emperor’s
» o v e r n iiie n t .
Klamath county—Returns from nine the Times-Hcrald, and the
ear
Palmer died, suffering untold dispatch of censure against the former killed and the number of persons who
Mstlriti. .luuv 1.— General Weyler out of eleven precincts in this county of her was a letter ds
are
victima
of
the
disaster,
but
who
are
agonies for many hour*. He waa 50 court chaplain. The passage of the
has asketl the Hpamsh government for K' ve
following: Bean, 337; Bur- : which she informed Mr.
years old, w ell known and generally resolution has caused the greatest sen­ only suffering from injuries, can be
the liberty of action in political and nett, 201; Gaston, 221. Congress— she had been doiDg - a „ Krtal
ascertained.
raapacted.
sation there.
ongne, 343; Myers, 184; Vanderburg, horseback riding, and tbsl
The disaster occurred between 5 and m ilitary affairs in Cuba which was
T w o troo(jH of nnvHlry I ihvm b***ii or-
State senator— Applegate, Ren
>o the open air had cum
An Athena diapatch «aya; The I mv A o’clock this morning. It was in­ promised to him when he accepted the 21«
leads
hv 132.
iso
*iu-
á«r««l from Fori (Juntar to rouutl up aiegera of Vernon have rejected the tended the banquet should commence command and which was granted to all
by
The n___-
Populists get the ' - her health, which, before *ki
sheriff,
the
#1$) Crow ImliMiiM no thoy umy I mi de­ terms offered by the foreign conaula, before ihmid . but the immense throng bis predecessors.
Republicans the clerk the islands, had been badlre
portad to (jHiiadtt in MttoorrlHiic#) with that the arma and auppliea be aurren- that gathered became so dense that the
He plainly put it that he had been treasurer and commissioner and thè There was no further p«i
renent fedunil Incluía turn. The Croes dered and that the garriaon of troopa attendants
were overpowered and crippled by the repeated interference Democrats the assessor, superintendent those contained in the di
im y they w ill uoi k ( í uii I onn Canaria lai removed.
A high Turkiah official thrown to the ground in the mad strug­ of the home government, and broadly »no surveyor.
Thurston.
pruolatma amn**Mty for their participa- who waa an eye witneaa of the Cauea gle which commenced for food, and hinted that he is not disposed to re­
Linn county— The total vote of Linn
lion in the Hud rebellion. They tear massacre, admita that a Turkiah aol-
K illed at a ItIHs «
u 28 precincts gives:
Bean.
many of the attendants are among the main in office much longer under such
death Mentanomi if they i$»turn to Can­ dier deliberately ahot the (¿reek cavaaa dead.
conditions.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Juns
186,; Burnett, 114; Gaston, I «73
I
ada, and prefer the alternative of flee­ dead.
Premier Canovas and the ministers Congress— Tongue, 1580: Myers, 454- edy occrured at the rifle
anderhurg. 26B7.
2 ««;. The
The electlo-
ing to the mountaira and becoming
K *t*e «n ■.Minn and i.iioo Killed
j of war and of the colonies cabled to V
V»ndurburg.
election’ waV« i Nin,h regim ent of Nation»!
A
private
letter
receivetl
in
Prescott,
“ had" Indiana.
him and
and also
also wrote
wrote at
at length,
length, urging
urging landslide
Moscow, June 2.—The disaster on him
*H,,d**|de fur
for Populists
Populists The
The Repub­
Hepub- *><‘nD »ylT *n f», at Parson»,
A n * ., front South Africa confirms the
111,-3'J
the neceessity
neceessity of
of forbearance
forbearance and
and pa-
pa­ licans
licaBS elect
elect recorder,
recorder, treasurer,
treasurer assessor
assessor DOO,> ’ «day.
The
It i* believed in shipping circles In telegraphic news of the killing of H. the Hodynsky plain yesterday is con- the
tieuce, on account of the government’s and
au'1 surveyor.
6Urceyor. The remainder of the Prac,ice.
Obetliah
Man Francisco that the British hark N. Palmer and W. H. Johnson, near stHntl.v gaining in pronortion, a* the tience,
sergeant, was locking nl
f'ainhustloitn ha* tieen lust at sea. Bulawayo. They were in the mines investigation hy the authorities con awkward posi.iou between the public coouty ticket is Populist
He K»™ the signal to fi. .
Hhe left Java January 2 fur Vancouver, thirty mile* from Buluwayo, when the tinues. These are made under ditti in Hpaiu and Havana clamoring fo ra Tillamook county—’The returns from
culitea, aa the recovery o
of f the
mure vigorous
vigorous war
war policy in Cuba, a11 Precincts in the comity g i v e the f0l- his head above the danger
the victims
victims more
ADil haa tieen neither sighted nor heard party was attacked and massacred.
Bean, 620; Burnett, 194 bullet from the title of Jcbl
from alnoe.
Hhe has been out I 16 Palmer was one of the best known m in­ was conducted by hundreds of voinn- with a more resolute attitude toward low>ug:
Gaston, 34«
Congress— Tongue', 54K- j struck him in the head,
day*. The London underwriters have ing and m ill men on the coast, and teors, and many were carried away be- America and the imperative necessity
fore
they
were
enumerated.
Many
i
of
avoiding
perilous
conflicts
with
the
Myers, ¡29; Vanderburg. 337
i,,.„1 instantly.
Hippie a n d
offered 3A pur cent fur reinsurance of was a warm personal friend of John
additional tleaiha of the injured are oc- | United Htatea.
the bark and her cagro, which carry Hays Hammond.
530a tn ,n iXtr Dth dls,r'ct— Patterson, i fa*‘
furring, which are ouly added to the
The government pacified Weyler o30, Dillard. 211; Hansen, 39«. A1
about $1100,000 insurance.
Hhe was
Upon the arrival of the steamer S ig ­ enumeration after some time.
with a promise that he shall be fur­ the county officers are Republican. ex‘
% K" * w " ' * * * * *
•atnniaudcd hy Captain MacDonald,
it
ia
said
now
the
fatalities
w
ill
nal In Astoria announcement was mad*
nished with all resources he may deem e^pt viwarris, Deni., and »Miller. Fop.
Jacksonville, Fla., Jo®*^
and harried a crew of thirty men
amonnt
to
between
2,000
and
3,000,
of a change in tho programme of hand­
necessary for active operations
— next
----- T
“ t‘ conn*y — The plurality
f c 'al f‘ tmi Key West say«
Nina four horse teams, loaded with ling Chinese coming to the Pacific coast but it is Impossible as yet to learn ex
autumn, after the rains, and full »cope
l-aB'’ w ill probably be ahouf Population of that c ity«
Yakima wool, sheared within four hy the Canadian Pacific liue of steam­ aotly the extent of the disaater.. The
to act as he pleases against tbe rebels. l0«- W »n w ill have about 800 plur 0' ted <*** »«> expedition -
ail lea of a Northern Pacific railroad ers.
Instead of being landptl at the official statement thia morning placet a* long as he takes proper step* to fur­ V
” 0 office, of connty j U()
j leave on the ’ stcamt r 1
alntion, passed through (loltleudale re- nearest point to their destination, they the dead recovered at 1,836, and the nish no pretext for American demands.
lh
“
nfl
clerk
are
in
doubt
Twentv
The steamer ha* been ly>*f
aently on route to The Halloa to save w ill he held on the Hound and the j seriously or fatally injured at 286.
Mvara°Uuni ,0^ ’ ,wo precincts give- ' at a point near an isl»**
fralglit
Prominent sheepralsers say Identification papers w ill I * forwarded But, in oonrtaat with this official stute-
C l o u d b u r s t In K s k r r C o u n t y .
I
burg '.mu
1 onRa-. 1680; Vander- i ' v,,m 'h i* city, and about
Mutt, unlaaa the Northern Pacific conics hy mail to the ouatiim house officials a t ' ment, there are 1,282 corpaes lying thia
.
„
. ..
.. i
Baker City. Or., June 3.— At 5
, v
Pil u»lization— |. have gone aboard. Tbe
4u time, there w ill lie 5,000,000 pounds the points where the Chineae seek ad- j afternoon at the cemetery, beside« tbe | 0'elock JMterd»y morniDK * cloudburst
tor— Baker
‘ 9S5’
* tatl’ '»’Pa- I 0< thp Three Friend.
at Yakima wtail hauled to The D e ll« . miHion ■
,
; many dead removed from the ill-fated
•truck the Red Boy mining camp. r ’ 93 Hk, ' PoP’ l l o °l Driver, Rep., Teet was merely a ruse »
m there la a saving to the grower.
field hy frlenda.
which completely wrecked the board-
The body of a woman waa found
.
kipworth.
Dem.,
l2«o.
' | ¡Spanish authorities cfl A*
There are now being sheared 100,000
ing honse. The inmates, consisting
An Old Won Killed.
aheep near (loldendale.
The entire floating in the Colombia river, in front
T h e S e .-o n d l l l a t r l r t .
of Aatoria. The head and neck had j law Angele», June I . — Tbe last car of W illiam Brown and w ife and
The return« f
'-"'-I.
Mrs. Stanford's Allonsa**
aitp w ill lie marketed In The Dalle*.
returns ^rom Baker,
been horribly mangled with some sharp on the Hanta Monica line in this city George Donsldaun, had a miraculous , ■ „,„.l,rP<arnS.
The state department at Washington Inatrument, presumably au ax. There last night ran over and killed an in escape from
*■ instant u
death,
tw tu , n
aa
s i the
n « n
fltxsl
o o fi
<0l“
, m,'ia'
..
,iiU i»m. i Morrow'
Y iu r r o w ,
M
Multno
n ltn o
tiC * D F r* nciico’ J° “ * '¿ # 1
MmufUi.. t -
_
»uitno- tition w »s presented to '**1
la officially Informed that all oontracta waa a large gash extending from the mate of the Soldier’s Hume, whose I moved the wrecked building to within muh.
a * h' Mraat1» » . Union, Wallowa and
court today by Jane L. SW
tor Cuban leaf tobacco entered Into be­ top of the forehead to the bridge of the identity is still unknown. The belief j * L*w feet t of Clear creek, which at , -,*!!00..
aPProximately. Ellis
of Henator ¡Stanford. ETfI 1
fore the publication of the order of nose, and there were several other ia that the old man was placet! on the j that time was a raging torrent. The i033, Uuinn, 7287.
death of her husband, Mr*
Captain Uenearl W eyler, prohibiting wonnda on the back of the head, any track hy hoodlums, though it was ap- j °Tice building and mine headquarters
.. ■
tta exportation, w ill be respected of them sufficient to canse death. Tbe parently a os-,- of suicide.
I were moved from their foundations. „,, .u ,nnn'ah county— Forty-one nre has, under an order cf th*
drawing a fam ily allow«»*_
Ctttacns of the United Htatea proving woman waa identified ua Esther Oun-
| but otherwise escaped injury.
The .h o ^ * 1« ^ v-C° nD,y #ra con>Pl*'te. and
a month.
A t her
Ninmsclvcs bona fide owner* of such lotl, a quarter-breed, who ia said to
m ill and miners' cabins were not with-
W ***** Ncrihup, independent t,
*n Ain$rlr$nfi Utere* Hurt.
tobacco prior to the promulgation of have been livin g In a aoow near
Washington, June 3. — Minister in the range of the flood and emerged “ 7 U‘d *h,‘ c,>onty hy a large plnralite" i l„0(T<>y tod" 7 rwlnc<’ ,i ,bl'
,Dd tha* result* otherwise . . . _*^’ ♦2,600 a month, penoiMf
the order, w ill be permitted to export Woodty ialand with Ham Maylandt. a Breekenndge has cabled the slate de­ aesthete tree.
^ery order of the court. Mra inl
(tea « m e aa heretofore.
fisherman, ft ia thought that the lat­ partment from Moscow that no Am eri­
- T h e output at c a l from the mine.
Î * clear j •fÀeréda'rednòtfon T
(JnncraI Wheaton, who bat Just re- ter murdeted her.
cana were hart in the accident there.
of India yearly 1. 8.000.000 teina
, ty l^ .b o u , 400, ^ d ‘ Ä
«
-c e a s a r ^ ’ h e c u « of Un
I M l i v n i are w in g wait f r » « l i
w u
f •y/otß A frisa to u *
um
« t o ­
P itili ! dition of the «ta te .