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    left behind it a red trail of death,
Hcoroa of human beings buried beneath
the walls of flattened buildings or
crushed to death in the streets by fly­
TH 3
le to
e s t im a t e
ing debris. The improvised morgues
and hospitals are fairly chokeu with
.O SS OF L IF E .
dead, some crushed and battered out of
| all human shape, and through them
stream of hysterical
U l t t x l b y » C’ y c lo u * * W h i r l * i j flow a steady
I women and grim-faced men looking
( I m « M o a t l ) U a « t r o i u
Thai
| for their missing ones, lr is almost
Ait « « | T h a t H a r t lo t » — F i r «
j impossible to make an accurate esti­
W ork .
mate of those killed and at St. Mary’s
May átf.—
‘-¿a.— Death aud
<i**- ¡ tooipitil tin ri I N M ,
a n la th i
and de-
. ^ ■ r . ' . g u supreme hi St. Louis blK WoQ*
bo° " rul"". llu> i' " w
I
” .
| . .
uiHny more there are scattered about
|ty tonight, as a result of the th. ,ty ui private houses it is Imp »•
trous storm that ever visited sible to tell. A conservative estimate
u of the country. So wide- would place the total at least 150.
THE PAQfFir STATES
aides a battery of 16 men.
These
numbers are exolusive of the officers.
It is believed by many around Aso­ Htatrhou««* Mt O l y m p i a W i l l N o t H e
Business is rather quiet, and abowt
B u i l t Hwo u.
tin that the recent wet weather has
the only business going on ia in tha -
IN T E R E S T IN G NEW S N O T E S FR O M
drowned the eggs of the grasshoppers
Olympia, Wash., June 1.— The cap- fruit and produce lines, both of w h i^
V A R IO U S P LA C E S
that were deposited in the ground last itol commission adjourned this morn­ are rather good at the present timai
summer.
ing, after a short inform al session. There is no wool being sold as yet, eng
G. W. Roberts, who baa begun di­ Adjournment was taken subject to the a declining market has nut loosened np
I'll*« 4>r«-rat N o r t ! i w « * « t h u m H i m * N o m e
vorce proceedings against hia w ife in a call of the governor, who stands ready the wheat tbas been held.
N ow » o f M ore
11»«on t * « * u « r a l l u t e r -
Spokane court, alleged, among other to call the commission whenever it
Wheat Market.
*•*% 1)«9V«I o |> iiihii I «mi P r o g r e s s iu things, that she received love letters may appear that wararnts can be sold.
No emergency existing for meeting
Wheat is dropping, and unless than»
written iu cipher.
A l l I uil u N t r i « « — O r f i g o u .
The government stocked Bonney’s sooner, the hoard w ill not meet again is a radical change iu the markets on
There were 115 pnpils enrolled in lake, near Blaine, with trout about till fall, when it w ill formulate a re­ the other side local dealers w ill tie
the Yoncalla school May 8.
eight years ago. Recently an amateur port to the legislature and make such longer quote present figures, and 64a
Several youug men of Knuppa have tiahermau caught 67 beauties, aggre­ suggestions as may seem proper and w ill be the top figure for W alla W a ll».
applied for a three years' service on gating over 200 pounds, one alone necessary for the prosecution of the But few ahipa have been taken heto as
work on the eapitol building.
yet for the next season’s loading.
the battleship Oregon.
weighing tw elve pounds.
Secretary of State Prioe has received W alla Walla, 54 to 56o; Valley, 6T tu
The O. R. & N. piledriver and bridge
Secretary J. F. Cass, of the state additional diplomas and medals from 58c per bushel.
| the destruction in both St.
outfit, employed at Union for some board of horticulture, who was elected the managers of the w orld’s fair.
K a t l m a i l « D e m o r a llx t M l.
Hast St. Louis that it is lm
. ,
to succeed Secretary Touneson at the Am ong them is one for forestry, and
P r o d u c e M a rk e t.
..
,
W nile the storm was at its height, a time, has been moved to La Grande.
Let. to estimate the damage pHMonBm train on th(J chio. go * A1.
Herrioks’ cannery at The Dalles, re­ last meeting of the board, has assumed for general excellence and size of red
F loub — Portland. Salem, Cascadiaand
control
of
the
office,
and
has
establish­
Buildings
of ' every ton railway pulled onto the bridge ceived nine tons of salmon one day
lo t life.
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..
and yellow fir and red cedar;{one for Dayton, are quoted at 43.00 per barrel;
are in ruins, aud as a re­ from the Missouri side, on its way last week, the best haul so far this ed his residence in Tacoma.
a collection of apples from Olympia Golddrop, (2.95; (Snowflake, 43.20: Ben­
The oity council of Port Townsend, and especially notices the large and ton county, 43.00: graham, 42.05, super­
ds of people are reported east. Engineer Scott had proceeded year.
only a short distance when he realized
The county treasurer of Um atilla acting upon a petition signed by 186 handsome fruit and the excellence of fine, 43.25.
injured.
O ath —Good white are uuoted weak, at
i the awful danger. The wind struck county now has on hand (11,024.116 for citizens, w ill submit to the voters the its quality and color, free from blem­
ara in circulation that seven j the coaches, causing them to careen, distribution to the various school j l is- question of re-incorporating the city ish; one for fruits in solution.^over 27c; milling, 28(330c; gray, 23(324*.
Rolled oats are quoted as follows:
under the general laws of the state of 600 jars, covering as many varieties,
lying at wharves both^on this The train was about half way across. triots.
44 25(36.26; barrels, 44.60(37.00;
There is little or uo also from Olympia; and one for ^ a x - 43.76.
East St. Louis side of the i
overhead poles were snapping aud
The stage road from North Yam hill Washington.
opposition
to
the
proposed
action.
seed. Still another is for fishing im-
H ay — Timothy, 49.00 per ton; cheat,
»boon Hunk, with all on bo„rd. t“ mbliu« ln‘ ° ,the “ Ter- * hilu 1“ r*<e to Tillamook is . being repaired, and
J. Greene, of Peshantin, the Wenat­ pliments, products and,appliances, and 40.00; clover, $6(s7; oat, 45(30.60; wheal,
|is nearly in darkness, as elec atones were shifting loose from their the contractor is preparing to run the
$5.50(30.50.
fuundatiuus aud plunging into the mail stages through.
chee Advance relates, while on the the diploma stateB the display was at­
and trolley wires are down,
B aulky — Feed barley, $13.50 per ton ;
tractive and interesting and deserving
water.
Realizing that any moment
or two exceptions all the
Some miscreant has cot down the way to the mines with beef for Kuelbs
brewing, $16(316.
especial mention.
his train might be blown away, Soott
&
Co.,
of
Mission,
had
the
misfortune
- lines in the city are at a
Hag on Rust’s opera house. Baker Oity,
M illutuffs — bran. $14.50; shorts,
put on a full head of steam, in an
$16.50; middlings, 418(320; rye, UStj^a
and thousands of people are
for the third time lately. The mana­ to have his horse blunder over the side
effort to reach the east side shore.
A B R IL L IA N T SCENE.
of
the
mountain
into
N
igger
creek,
and
per
cental.
|d to remain down town or
ger offers (50 for the perpetrator.
The train had soaroely proceeded 200
lost the horse and 160 pounds of beef.
Btm'KH—Fancv creamery is quoted aa
|ne.
The
rattlesnake
road
is
reported
to
feet, and was about the same distanoe
The Yakima Times says that thir­ A III l » H » a i * ( i u r i a n d O t h e r s K e e e i v e d by 30c; fancy dairy, 25c; fair to good,
Drm broke out about 5 o’clock
t h e V r . a t » m l C x i i r i n a .
from shore, when the upper span of the be in fine condition for travel, and the teen years ago a rancher on the Natchez
17>sC; common, 12>ac per roll.
fternoon, utter a most impres-
Sherman
county
farmers
are
making
P otatokh — N ew Oregon, 26(330c par
bridge was blown away.
Tons of
had one orphan lamb. He bought two
It day, and rain began to fall,
Mosoow, June 1.— The ozar and sack; sweets, common, 6>sc; Merced,
good
use
of
it,
bringing
wheat
to
The
huge granite blocks tumbled to the
companions for the orphan, and since czarina today received the ambassa­
eveloped into a tierce thunder
Dalles
and
baying
supplies
there.
3>s per pound.
tracks, where the train loaded with
that time has sold over 1,500 sheep
kith the wind from the east.
O nions — Fancy, $2.25 per sack.
Daring commencement at the Ash­ from the flock, besides having 1,500 dors, the special missions, the m ilitary
passengers had been bat a moment be­
Jater the wind gained a velocity
officers
of
exalted
rank,
the
ABiatio
P oultby —Chickens, hens, 43.50 par
fore. About the same instant the land Normal school from June 6 to 11, left, this not counting the wool taken
[lies an hour, driving the rain
deputations, and the mayors of the dozen; mixed. 43.00(33.25 per doxen;
wind struck the train, upsetting all Dr. C. H. Chapman, of the university during those thirteen years.
and tearing loose signs, cor-
provinces, in standing rows in the ducks, 46 00(3 6 ; geese, 45.00; turkey*
the cars like playthings. Luokily uo of Oregon, w ill leoture before the lit ­
|nnneys aud everything in its
Hopmen have been busy iu Lewis throne room. The funotion was one live, 12jgo per pound; dressed 15(3176.
one was killed, but several were taken erary societies of that^iustitution.
Kuos—Oregon, 10c per dozen.
)my buildings of every descrip-
county this week and training is gen­ of the most brilliant it is possible to
C ukksk —Oregon mil
cream, 16a
out seriously injured. The wrecked
W. H. Lewton, of Dexter, w ill erect eral. The vines are a little backward, imagine. The czarina was dressed in
ik demolished, aud others set
jer pound; hall cream, 9 )*c; skim, 4*4
part of the bridge is just east of the within the next few weeks a sawmill
lightning aud crossed wires.
but that cuts no figure, as the seasou pale blue silk, with a velvet train 6c; Young America, lie.
big tower near the Illinois shore, and on bis place in Lane county.
His is plenty long enough.
Preliminary richly embroidered w ith silver and
[department responded to fifty-
T kofical F uuit — California lemons,
extends east about 200 feet. The en­ property embraces a fine body of tim ­
estimates put the acreage in Lewis studded with diamonds. The United 43.00(33.25; choice. $2.00(32.50; bicily,
lins.
tire
upper
portion, traversed by ber, and he expects to be in the market
46.50;
bananas, 41.75(33.00 per buncii;
county
this
season
at
about
400,
Btates
minuter,
C.
K.
Breckinridge,
Ireets were fu ll of people going
street cars and carriages, is carried this month.
against a little more than 1,000 last and a full representation of the California navels. 43.25(33.50 per box;
pin work, and a panic ensued as
away, while the tracks beneath are
Some of the timbers being driven year.
American mission participated in the pineapples, »5(36.00 per dozen.
the storm broke; men were
buried in the debris, in some places for the Miles’ floating dock, at New-
O umuon V auKTAULKs — Cabbage, la
ceremonies. There was an endless d i­ per lb ; garlic, new, 10c per pound;
Ip and hnrled against the build- j
Receiver
Tillinghast
has
turned
over
eight feet deep.
berg, are 80 feet long.
The water is
versity of costumes among the 700 artichokes, 35c .per dozen; Hp.ouUL 5a
grses and carriages were sent j
to
Tacoma
(12,500
of
the
city
war­
40 feet deep, and the timbers are
deputations from the rural oantons. per pound ; cauliflower, 42.75 per crate,
i and there, aud fa llin g wires I
driven into the earth 18 feet by a rants, which were deposited in the
D O IN G S OF C O N G R E SS .
[eadly fluid added to the horror
Columbia National bank by Boggs. Each received a present of the tradi­ Hlc&41 per dozen; hothouse lettuce, 46a
hammer weighing 3,300 pounds.
(ene.
The warrants were placed iu the bank tional bi> ud and salt on a carved and per dozeu.
R o u t i n e W o r k o f t h e F i f t y - F o u r t h He«-
Probably the largest shipment of in the East as collateral for a loan, inlaid snver platter.
Fkksu Fku it — Pears. W inter N elli*
Ikons adorned
Inly the wind veered to the i
« i o n —Henata.
41.50 per ^box;
cranberries, 49 per
eggs
ever
made
from
any
point
in
Ben­
lid completed the destruction.
.
,
,
and were reoovered by the receiver. with jewels were presented^ to the barrel: fancy apples, 4K31.50; common,
Ire few buildings in St. Louis
Washington, June 1— The senate ton couunty was that last week from The amount w ill be dedncted from the Asiatic deputations.
50(376c.per box.
|ve not suffered in som eway today reached an agreement to take a Liverpool landiog, by the steamer city's balance on the bank’s books.
The Siberians wore costly furs, and
Dkiko F ku i t s — Apples, evaporated,
storm. The beautiful Eads « H a ljo te o n the talll toprohibit.the is- Gypsy. The shipment consisted of 152
the rabbis of St. Petersburg, Mosoow bleached. 4(34>»c; sun-dried, 3>»(34c;
The civil service commission of T a­
sue of bonds, H ill reserving the right cases of 366 dozen to the case, or 5,472
aud Warsaw wore saoerdotal robes of pears, sun and evaporated. 5(36c plums,
bn the east side, is a crumbling
coma has fixed the lim it of age for po­
to move to postpone the vote. Two egga-
pure white silk, donned specially to pitleus, 3(a 4c ; prunes, 3(35 per pound.
| mortar aud stone.
bills, repealing the law relating to re­
The Coquille valley coal untupt is licemen who shall apply for .positions mark the first occasion of Jews being
W ool — Valiev. 9c, per pound; East­
Joof of the Kepublioan oonven-
bates on alcohol used in the arts, and recieving an impetus as facilities for in the service at 35 maximum and 21 received at the Russian court.
ern Oregon, 5(37c.
ll was blown off.
minimum.
F
ive
years
of
experience
amending the law concerning the dis­ shipment increase.
H ops — Choice, Oregon
2(33c per
A t Beaver H ill
genty-four foot section of the
pound; medium, neglected.
tillin g of brandy from fruits, were the output now is said to be about 270 on the force w ill be dedncted from an
I t a tt it * W i t h M a t a b e l e s .
w all of the city ja il was
applicant's
age.
The
policemen
al­
N
uts
—
Almonds,
sott
shell,
96411a
passed. The later authorized the ex­ tons per day. The steamer Moro, as
Buluwayo, June 1.— A portion of
clear down, exposing the in-
emption of distillers of brandy made also several of the schooners running ready on ihe force who were appointed Captain Napier's column, in a sharp per pound; paper shell, 10(3 12 >tc; new
crop California walnuts, soft shell,
from the provisions relating to the from the Coquille river to San Fran­ by Chief Hogue w ill not be obliged to brush w ith 1,500 Matabeles, routed
ll(3 l2 )« c ; standard walnuts, 12(316c;
bonditiou of East St. Louis is al-
conform to the age lim it.
manufacture of spiritB, except us to the cisco, w ill carry coal.
Italian chesnuts, 12>g(314c; pecans,
the
natives,
killin
g
200
and
wounding
pyoud description. The town is
tax thereoD.
13(3l6c; Brazils, 12^(3l3c; hlbnrte,
Auditor
Lyons
believes
that
the
many
others.
T
w
o
troopers
were
The
heavy
rains
have
caused
consid­
for blocks around, and the
Washington, June 8 — Most of the erable trouble to the owner of the ferry amount of taxes due C ow litz oounty killed and three wounded. Burnham, 12>a(3l4c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 6(37c;
[life in that region alone is esti-
session of the senate today was given across the MoKeuzie, three miles above from the Northern Pacifio Railroad the American scout, has had some ex­ roasted, 10c; hickory nuts, 8(3l0c; eo-
jfrum 200 to 250.
coanuts, 90c per dozen.
to debate on the bond bill. Cullom Leaburg.
Last week the guyropes Company on its lands, as a result of citing experiences w ith Captain Na
pity of Bowling Green, Mo., is
F kovihionb — Eastern hams, m edian,
spoke against it as a step toward re­ broke and the boat drifted - down the recent decision of the United Btates pier’ s column in the lnnsiza distriot.
wrecked,
l l ) * ( 312c per pound; hams, picnic,
pudiation, and Brown in favor of this stream about two miles. It required supreme court, is about
(25,000.
He was cut off by a large body of
ac; breakfast
bacon 10>t@ i0^e;
ered bits of information show
b ill or of a resolution offered by him three days, with the help of men, Taxes on the lands have not been paid MatabeleB, but rode at fu ll speed, hotly abort clear sides, 8>z(39c; dry salt
fetween Moberly and the oity,
declaring that the bonds under any fu­ horses and rowboats to get the boat since 1892, leaving the years 1988, pursued, and managed to rejoin the aides, 7>»(38c; dried beef hams, 12
small towns have been wiped
ture issue wuuld be illegal and void. back in position.
1894 and 1895 yet dne. O f course, vanguard, which was itBelf surrounded (313c; lard, compound, in tins. 73i;
many persons killed in them,
Morrill, chairman of the finance com­
Mrs. James Jack died in Linn oounty the penalty and interest w ill amount and had to cut its way through the lard, pure, in tins, 9,‘-*<310c; pigs’ ieet,
i the river, it is reported that
80s, 43.50; pigs' feet, 40s, 13-26; k it*
mittee, gave notice of a tariff speech of la grip and rheumatism. She has to a snug sum.
hostile uatives. In the meanwhile, 41.26. Oregon smoked hams, 10;^c per
gniflcent steamer Grand Repub-
tomororw. Brown presented the fo l­ been a widow for twenty-one years.
The recent sale of the assets of the the main body was heavily engaged, pound; pickled hams, 8>$c; boneiess
I sunk with all on board. The
low ing resolution: "T h a t in the opin­ During these years she brought up her
Beattie, Lake Shore & Eastern railway and defeated the insurgents. A pris bams, l i n e ; bacon, lO ^ c; dry salt side*
lr l ’ lke, with thirty passengers
ion of the senate of the United States,
Ird, was blown bottom side up. the secretary of the treasury has no five children, the youngest of whom to the representatives of the Union oner, who was captured by the troop­ 6j»c;lard, 5-pound pans, 7>%c; ids, 7 )ic ;
5 oh , 7>4° ; tierces, 7c. Country meat*
Dther steamers were sunk and authority, under the act of January 14, came to his m ajority last January. Trust Company, w ill not be peimitted ers, says the Matabeles are holding
sell at prices according to grade.
Biber drowned in the Mississippi 1875, to issue bonds in addition to She lived four miles southeast of H al­ to go unchallenged to confirmation, white woman in captivity.
Hinks.— Dry hides, butcher, sound,
sey iu her farm house, which she ran says the Post Intelligenoer. It is more
fcgregate hundreds,
those already issued, and that any such and kept free of mortgage.
per pound, l l ( 312c; dry kip and calf­
A M iser’ s « o l d .
than likely that the matter may be car­
city bears the appearance of bonds that may hereafter be issued by
skin, 10(311c; calls, 3c less; salted, 66
W illiam Abraham, residing four ried to the circuit court of appeals, and
been shelled by the enemy. In him would be without authority of law
Astoria,
Or.,
June 1.— Charles lbs and over, 6c; 60 to 60 lbs, 4<34i%c;
places structures have been en- and void.” A resolution by Lodge miles west of Albany, in Benton coun­ possibly to the supr me court of the Range, a Deep River, Wash., rancher, 40 and 50, 4c; kip aud veal skins,
United
States.
W
ith
the
report
of
[destroyed, while in others high, i was adopted requesting the president ty, was attaoked by a vicious 3-year-
whose remains were interred in C lat­ 10 to 30 lbs, 4c; calfskin, sound, 8
1 walls stand, a constant menace for information as to the seizure of the old Jersey bull and jammed up against Hon. Eben Smith, United States mas­ sop cemetery today, is supposed to have to 10 Ibe, 6c; green, unsalted, 1«
a barn in a brutal manner. Three ribB ter in chanoery, respecting the sale, buried a large sum of money on his less; culls, l-2c less ; sheepskins, shear­
bers by.
schooner Frederick Geeriu by the Can
were broken, and he was otherwise there have been filed in the federal ranch. A t different times during the lings, 10(3l5c; short wool, '0(330c;
adian cutter Aberdeen.
medium, 30(340c; long wool, 60(370c.
|A SCENE O F DEATH.
badly bruised and injured internally court objections to confirmation, made last few years he was known to have
Uonte.
The bull had been dehorned, but seems by Andrew F. Burleigh, ns receiver of received checks for large amounts, and
Washington, June 1.— The house to have lost none of his madness.
the Northern Pacific and others.
tea W i l l A p p r o x i m a t e r o a r H u e
having lived the life of a miser, it is
M e r c h a n d is e M a r k e t.
spent almost the entire day debating
d r e t l In t h e T w o C i t i e s .
believed that he dispoaed of his wealth
W. A. Cummings is one hopgrower
B almon —Columbia, river No. 1. te ll*
the Johuson-Stokea contested eleotion
T
h
e
N
o
r
t
h
w
e
s
t
M
i
n
e
s
.
in
the
manner
stated
above.
Borne
41.26i31.60; No. 2. labs,
.26(32.60»
Louis, May 80. — When darkness case from the second booth Carolina who has not lost faith in the business
taucy, No. 1, fiats. 41.75(31.86; Alaska,
From the summit of the Rocky moun­ time ago, he presented a check at
of growing hops. He has a large yard
iarily interrutpad the search for district
An effort w ill be made to re-
No.
1,
tails,
$1.20(31.30;
No.
2,
tails,
$1.80
local
bank,
and
on
being
advised
to
tains
to
Okanogan
lake
lies
one
of
the
| victims tonight, 815 people were oonsider it, and if that fails, to unseat near Irw in's butte, in Benton oounty,
(33.26.
i to bo dead on both sides of the Stokes and declare the seat vacant. which yielded a fa ir orop last season greatest mineral sections in the world. leave the money on deposit, flatly re
B eams — Small white. No. X, 2c per
aud, although
the
complete The river and harbor b ill veto was read With a force of fifteen meu and six The product of the mines is not con­ fused, insisting on being paid in gold pound; batter, 3c; bayou, I ^ c ; lama,
and g ivin g a reason that he wouid not
list w ill never be known, it is and referred without debate to the com­ teams Mr. Cummings began the cul­ fined to gold alone; all the uesful and
4c.
take the risk of possibly being paid in
C obuaok — Manilla rope, l>£-incb. It
led it w ill approximate 400 in the mittee. Hermann stated that action tivation of the yard last week, and precious minerals are there in abund­
silver at some future time. A number quoted at 8,'kc, aud Sisal, 6 ^ c per pound-
pities. The number o f injured is on the motion to pass this b ill over the hopes with proper attention to harvest ance. W h ile public attention is called
to the T ra il Creek district at present of parties are speaking of organizing
S uoab —«joid eii C, 6ikc; extra C, 6j£c;
aud many of the maimed can- veto would probably be taken at an a large crop this fall.
dry granulated, 6>gc; cube crushed and
Frank Lowery had a little adventure owing to the product of the mines a seareh for the buried treasure.
Srvive. The property loss w ill early date. The naval appropriation
powdered,
6 t.Y per pound; c per pound
| well into the m illions, but insur- b ill was again sent to conference, the with a panther the other day, at his showing gold in greater quantity than
discount on ad grades lor prompt cash;
T h e V icto r!» lH «»«ter.
any
other
metal,
the
other
camps
must
eople, firemen and police alike two houses disagreeing on the number piece in Cnrry county. He had secured
Victoria, June 1.— The work of res half barrels. yAc more than barrels;
to hazzard a gness at accurate of battleships, and the senate amend­ two deer and was about to return not be lost sight of. The richest silver
maple sugar. 16(316c per pound.
cue
at the scene of the bridge disaster
mines
in
the
Northwest
are
found
in
C orrka—Costa Rica, 2 0 ( 3 2 3 ; Kio, 84
The uncertainty regarding ment lim iting the cost of armor plate home, when bis dog treed a panther.
was
completed
this
afternoon,
when
the
Kaslo
district,
and
np
on
the
Lar-
(3 22c;
Salvador,
lg<322c; Mocha,
toss of life and property is due to $350 per ton. Boutelle said it had He had only two cartridges left, with
the
last
of
the
bodies
was
reoovered
by
deau
and
Duncan
rivers
are
large
bod­
27
(331c; 1'adangJavm, 30c; 1’ alemoang
|y to the wide extent of the havoc been ascertained that the average cost which the animal was knocked from
The dog ies of silver-lead ore, and in East Koo­ divers. The death roll includes fifty Java, 26(328u; 1-ahat Java, 23(3Z6c; Ar-
;ht by the storm.
of armor plate was (500. He read a the tree bnt not killed.
tenay gold, lead and silver are found. five names, and it ia feared that two or buckle’a Mokaska and Lion. (2(1.30 per
i miles of wrecked buildings as letter from Secretary Herbert, criticis­ tackled the panther, and was getting
three strangers may yet he missing. 100-pound case; Columbia, $20.30 per
nexplored, and the more numerous ing the language of the amendment by the worst of it, when Lowery drew his In the boundary creek district are all
aorta of minearl—tellurides running Evidence is accumulating showing 100-pound case.
pied factories, toward the investi- which the secretary might be prevented knife and took a hand in the fight.
Kica— island, $3.50(34 per sack ; Ja­
high in gold, immense ledges of iron, grave negligence on the part of the pan. 43.75(34.
of which little progress is made, from making direct contracts with The animal was finally killed, bnt not
city
authorities,
they
having
been
copper
and
gold
as
in
the
T
ra
il
Creek
C oal —Steady; domestic. $5.00(37.66
aide almost any number of bodies, shipbuilders and for ships and armor before Lowery was scratched up and
his clothes badly torn.
The beast country, and high-grade silver mines warned the day before the accident per ton; foreign, $8.60(311.00.
polioe have been unable to ae-
Washington, June 8.— The house
that
the
bridge
waa
unsafe.
This
have
also
been
discovered.
Over
on
anything like an aoonrate liat of committee on rivers and harbors today measured over eight feet in length.
Okanogan lake there is free m illin g afternoon waB given up to tho funerals
M a a t M a rk e t.
pissing.
In the factory district*, decided to report to the house in favor
Miss Mary Eisman, who oommitted quartz and several stamp m ills are iu of the victims.
1 of the employee on duty at the I of the passage of the river and harbor snicide last week at Ban Francisco by
Bear—Gross, top steers, $3.26; cows,
operation, says the Spokesman-Review.
$2.25(a 2.50; dressed beef, 4(35)%e per
| the atorm broke were without rel­ b ill over the president's veto. There turning on the gas in her rooa, was a
H o n a n «»'« O utput.
The development of British Columbia
ponnd.
ia the oity, and their diaappear-1 was no difference in opinion between daughter of D. Eisman, who owns a
Baker
City,
Or.,
.Tune
1.
—
Albert
has hardly commenced. As transpor­
M utton —Gross, best sheep, wether*
would scarcely be noted, even Democrats and Republicans. The only farm just adjoining tuat of J. Christie,
and
Edward
Geiser
brought
in
three
tation facilities are afforded and cheap
$3.00; ewee, $f .50(32.76; dreseeo mat-
fh they be buried in the rnins. point of discussion was whether the re­ below Grant’ s Pass.
The
young methods applied of treating low grade gold bricks this afternoon from the ton, 5c per pound.
|believed by the police that, owing port should be in the nature of a reply woman used to work out in Grant's
V sal —Gross, small, 4 ){c ; large,
ore at a nominal cost, districts to Bonanza mine, weighing 953 ounoes,
i suddenness w ith which the crash to the president’ s objections.
An Pass, and exhibited signs of mental de­ which bnt little attention ia now being and of the value of $I5,240.¿ This is 3)$c per ponnd.
many tramps and homeless ones affirmative conclusion was reached rangement but once, when she imag­
floos—Gross, choice, heavy, 43.00(3
paid w ill yield millions to the world's the result of 29 days’ run.
Pt shelter among the buildings There was an attempt in the committee ined she saw a burglar in the house,
3.25: light and feeder», $2.60(32.76;
wealth. Nor has natnre been sparing
dressed, 3 )» (34c per pound.
}h were leveled, and nothing w ill to have the bill brought up in the house over three years ago. She had written in the distribution of mineral in the
O v e r T h r e e T h o u * « n d Oernd.
down of their death until perhaps today, but the assurance given
several letters from Ban Francisco, and state of Washington and the neighbor­
London, June 8.— A dispacth from
hence, their bodies are found. Representative Hermann that the
seemed delighted w ith her surround ing states of Idaho and Oregon, whose Mosoow to the Btandard aaya it ia esti
SAN F R A N C IS C O M A R K E T S .
[list of known dead in St Louis would be called up at an early date, pre- inga there. Her remains were brought mountains abound with silver and mated that a total of 8,600 persona
lo , and in E m St. Louis 146.
.
.
ti
from Ban FraDcisro and were interred lead. The production of these sections were killed and 1,200 persons injured
plonel Wetmore. manager of the veu 1
________
F loob — Net cash prices: Family ex­
in the Odd Fellows' cemetery in w ill be enormous this year and it w ill the majority of them fatally, in the
tras, 43.75(33.86 per I »arret; liakere’ ex­
ett & Myers tobacoo plant, which
U ii| n > Is thamplon
Grant's Pass.
occasion no surprise if the output w ill terrible disaster.
tras. 43.55(33.66; superline. $2.86(93 00.
¡wrecked, estimates the enitre prop-
London, June 8.— " K i d " Lavigne
be doubled next year. This ia the
B ablsy — heed, fair to good, 7l*$e;
W M h ln gton.
T h irte e n K ille d O u trigh t.
damage at (25,000,000, which {
h( Dick Burge thi* afternoon before
golden age and the opportunities for
choice. 734^e; brewing, 80l£c.
The Ellensburg creamery is receiv­
I be,
he says, almost
- 1--------
-----* a
- total 1 loa», the National Sporting Ulob for the in­
Vandalia, IU ., Jnne 1.— A cyolone
securing a fortune are open to all who
W heat — Shipping, f o . 1, $1.07)*;
pg to the lack of cyolone inauarnoe. ternational lightweight championship ing about 6.000 pounds of milk a day. w ill work as faith fu lly at mining aa last Dight swept over Irvington and choice. $1 10 mil.ing. 41 171^(31.22Si-
estimates range from (16.000
of the world, a purse of (3.600 »nd a
Both L. Frank Boyd and E. C. Bart­ in other oocunations. The toil ia bard, Richview, south of here, destroying
O a t s — Milling,
75<«82)^c; surprise,
(30 000,000, but the majority
M of (2,000
Lavigne won in lett have filed bonds as city clerk of but the reward ia great. Fortunes are everything in its path and k illin g out- 90(695; fancy feed, 8 2 t ,« « 7 j< ; good te
choice, 75<i|80e; poor to (air, 07H #
em are close to that made by Col- ; „jgbteen rounds
The fight waa to Spokane and a contest is likely.
not made in a moment, but, Emerson tigh t thirteen persons.
72 V : ; Yrav. 72H<j)’ 0 .
Wetmore
h e been limited to twenty round*,
There are now in the National Guard aaya. the farmer and the miner who
P otato es— Sweet», 12.50«2.76; Buy­
st Bt. L mis is in ruin*. The oy-
— The total amount nf the fortune of backs, Oregon. 66(690 .
a t e r n in with a human face was I of Washington 14 companies of infan- wrest from the earth the treasures,
whiob
swept
down
on
the
oity
i
' W0,0° « * « P ‘ ai)" “ O“
,r ™ , « r t , n in the village of try. averaging 46 men each, and two whether it he of grain or gold, are the the Rothschild fam ily is now put at
H ops — Wnntahie at 2<93e per pooad.
sight obliterated block after block
the year 1828.
'cavalry troop, of 16 compamea. bw greatest benefactors of mankind.
$3,000,000.000.
Onions— New, 40(360 per sack.
ssiueaa houses aad dwellings and Weidan, Germany, In the year
and disaster
J