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R E V O LT GROWING R A PID LY.
P IN C H O T ON F O R E S T RESERVES
Chief Forester Explains to Irrigation- |
ists Government's Scheme.
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
Santigo in Rebellion— Insurgents Con
trol Santa Clara Province.
Havana. Sept. 4.— The situation here
Boise, Sept. 4.— The policy of with
is lar darker thau at anv previous time
drawing vast areas of tbe public domain
since the insurrection broke out. News
from entrv under the land laws in order
of an uprising in Santiago province,
FORTUNES IN DAIRYING.
to create fo eat reserve« or con erve the
while not yet published here, is spread
water supply for purpose of irrigation,
ing about tbe city and causing the
which baa been vigorously opposed by Polk County Stock Brings Top-notch
gravest concern. When Mr. Sleeper,
Says ‘ ‘ Buy Cow s."
influential interests in the West, had
Prices for Breeding.
the American charge d’ affaires here,
its defenders and opponents at tonight’ s
Independence— Tbat the cow is the was told the contents of an Associated
Independence — There were loads!
session of the National Irrigation con and shipped from Iadependence one best of mouey makers for the farmer, Press Santiago, dispatch, he endeavored
dsv last week 700 Lack lambs and 20 is the assertion of K. C. Eldridge, of to verify it through the State depart
United States Senator Carter, of i
head of thoroughbred Angora goats. th.s place, owner of creameries at Inde ment, but was told it was absolutely
Vice President o f United State, Qivtn
Montana, the presiding officer, gave a
buyer of this blooded stock was pendence, Dayton, Jefferson, Eugene untrue. Subsequently it was verified
Resume o f 'he Lee* Important but brief outline of the legislation enacted
Cordial Reception— D eleg,t„
Alexander Donaldson, of Sheridan. Wy and Junction City, and one of the larg- from private newspaper sources. The
Not Lest Interesting Events
by congress giving to the president of
oming . Tbe seller was W. W. Perci- eet buyers of cream in the Willamette exteut of the rising in Santiago is not
From Many State,.
the United States the extraordinary
o f the Past Week.
known, but it is the opinion Here that
val, of this place
authority to exercise his discretion in
The lambs were principally from
the worst calamity of all to the Palma
setting apart auch reservations. He
j-i* i^i An Anglo Spanisb alliance is likely made the declaration that it could be Polk county, although there were a lew- tbe Willamette valley has come from government would be an insurrection
Boise, Idaho, Sept. 8 — Boise i, un.
in tbe shipment from Yam hill, Benton, the milch cow,” be said. “ Darying in Eastern Cuba.
l? (■ / the near future.
et down as tbe definite purpose of the
and Mirion. The goats were raised by beats wbeatraising out of sight. And
The Associated Press was informed ed with people and filled with enthu
(/'Governor Jonhsou baa been renom- national congreas not only to stop fur Mr Peicival. It required seven single three or four years of dairying on
The city gates have bsw
tonight by two reliable eyewitnesses siasm.
ther destruction of the forests, but to
,ated by Minnesota Democrats.
decked cars to carry the shipment. The wheat land will double the wheat grow that Cardenas, which hitherto has been thrown open and hosts ol visitors (r0H
set aside reserves on which Dew timber
iamos are Lincolnshire and Cotswold
During August the national debt was
considered a perfectly peaceful city,
all parts of the West have poured in by
may grow and where the headwaters of
breeds, for which Polk county is be farmeis in Polk are raising more than was the scene yesterday of desultory
[«creased a little more than $3,000,000.
tbe streams may be conserved.
tbe trainload to attend the 14th annnil
coming famous. A few carloads were 30 bushels of wheat to the acre on such fighting between police
H Illinois authorities want the govern
Mr. Piucbot stated that the policy of
shipped to Wyoming by Mr. Percivai land, which several years ago would guards on one side and roving insur session of the National Irrigation to,,
ment to send a warship after Steneland. President Roosevelt was “ to give every
last year, and this year he received an not produce more than 12 to 15 bush gents on the other.
gress and have a good time.
Thousands of strikebreakers are being part of tbe public laDda their very beet order for double the amount.
The only province remaining per standing the big crowd, the b i«w
“ A farmer with say 50 cows, al fectly peaceful is Puerto Principe.
iut to Han Francisco to work on street
For breeding purposes the Polk coun
Boise ever saw, the citizens are h»ppy
of the most difficult, and one in which
ty lambs briDg fancy prices, which tbe though that’s a rather big herd, and
The Associated Press correspondent for their congress bids fair to be the
tbe forest service ‘ ‘ had made lots of batchers cannot pay, and owners of with hogs and chickens as accessories,
at Cienfuegos telegraphed tonight tbat most successful ever held.
Fletcher D. Proctor, son of Senator mistakes." Ptobably it would contin
can make more money then do many there are 3,000 armed insurgents in
The first day of the congress pasted oB
roctor, has been elected governor of ue to make mistakes, he said, but tbe sheep are naturally turning their at
tention more to tbe raising of thorough of tbe country banks— that is, if he that vicinity and that all the small according »0 schedule.
tffort was to study, in connection with bred stock.
The shipment included
towns in Santa Clara province are con merous but brief, all dealt with the
Bankwrecker Steneland declares that the people, the question of method by iambs from the J. B. Stump and W il bonanza for him, sure enough. Farm trolled by insurgents, who attack and
subject uppermost in the minds of the
asbier Hering is responsible for bis which all parts of the public reserve liam Riddell farms, already known ers are fast coming into realization of loot trains and seize the property cf
people— irrigation and Home building
among Eastern stockmen as producers this; in fact, many of them realize it foreigners as well as that of Cubans. in the arid West.
serves to a certain extent control the
Trinidad is surrounded by insurgents, velt’ s letter, read by Gifford Pinchot
Governor Chamber lain is being booro- stock business of the West, he said, for
One lamb from the Riddell farm, one
and the government appears powerless was the keynote, and the talk of Vice
1 for president of the National Irriga the chief summer range is in tbe re
year old, sheared 23 pounds, and at high prices. But dairying requires to protect the property of Americans President Fairbanks followed along the
serve. The stockmen could not be
weighed 270 pounds. The fleece at 28 constant attention every day in the and other foreigners. Railway trains lines of that letter.
George Uonld is said to be seeking a kept of! en irely at the demand of the cents brought $8 44.
At tbe market year, and for this reason eome farmers are held up at will, and passengers
Fairbanks was the star attraction at
| ^ -inute for the Denver & Rio Grande into irrigationiste, nor could the service price of lamb, it would have brought are unwilling to take up with it.
searched. The Cuban Central railroad the congress. He was greeted by hna-
r Oregon and Portland.
“ One man of my acquinatance who, has declined to assume responsibility
which, together with the
dreds prior to and after the meeting,
‘ ‘ So you see,” said Mr Pinchot,
td n.i General Stoeesel and other Russian ‘ ‘ that the forester stands in tbe middle flefce amounts to $17.24. For breed six years ago, owned 30 acres of land for the safety of passengers or freight. and at tbe public reception tonight wn
ing purposes the lamb sold for more.
hilt Iflicers at Port Arthur when the fort- and he gets it coming and going."
Recruiting for government foices is tendered a typical Western welcome.
There were a number of Iambs in dairying business paid his debt, bought making good progress here. Tbe gov His speech this morning made a decid
H¡ > j^ss was surrendered to the Japanese
The speaker stated that some reserves
the shipment which shear 21 to 23 70 acres more for $3,850, and has paid ernment continues to make fine head ed hit, demonstrating to the congreei
(pay be given a new trial.
were practically without trees and one
I $2,500 of this price already. The other way wherever there ia open fighting.
that the vice president, like the presi
fff- Lieutenant Edward H. Dunn, U. 8. in Kansas was without a siugle tree—
dav h» sold 14 six-months old bogs for
Tne troops in the weetern part of dent, had given an ear to tbe demand«
ir ) U., has been dismissed trom service for facts which had been tne subject of
GOOD FR U IT N O T C O S T L Y .
Pinar del Rio have not yet come up 01 the people of the West and etandi
pcandalous conduct to the prejudice of much criticism— but it was the purpose
with Pino Gnerrera, and, according to ready to l»nd them a helping hand it
to put trees there and to restore the
k jn ttood older and naval discipline.
Construct Eagle Valley Line.
the Associated Press
correspondent every turn.
grass on the range. Tbe service, he Small Outlay Will Eradicate Codlin
Baker City— David Eacles has decid
jnnWÍ Criminal charges are to be made
with the troops, there is no present
It ia the intention of a certain els
said, bad the biggest job of tree p'ant-
Moth and Other Pests.
ed to take in hand the construction of
l '1 «gainst Philadelphia bank directors.
likelihood of their doing so, as the ment to puBh the $100,000,000 idea at
ing on the face of tbe earth.
the Eagle Valley railroad, a project
troops might march for ten years and the subsequent sessions of the congreee.
The emperor of China has pro
Mr. Pinchot gave the number of
place, who has made a close study of which has long been looked forward to
all the while Guerrera would be just Fred J. Keisel, of Sait Lake, ie the
Tlnjplaiined his intention of granting a rangers in tbe service as 1,137 and the
sprays for codlin moth and fruit pests,
^ flfcon stitu tion .
ahead of them in the hills.
There principal promoter of this ides, but
supervisors as numbering 105. Under
believes that wormy apples are not importance. Mr. Eccles has birdself
are thousands of mount ain trails with there is little liklibood the congreee
President Palma refuses to treat with
necessary, and that it is possible lor announced that he will build the line
Ktbe Cuban rebels and wants no Ameri- reserves would be controlled by 110,000 all who raise fruit to keep it free from and has called upon the people of Ba- which the insurgents are familiar and will support him. President Roosevelt
which lead in all directions. I f Guer in his letter very clearly expresses hi«
rangers and 12,000 supervisors.
codlin moth or other pests. Contrary ker City to assist by raising a stock
rera cared to harass the government, its disapproval of the scheme, stating in
Senator Heyburn was called to tbe
The fight between Gans and Nelson platform and immediately launched in to the supposition
could te k lied eff i y sharp plain language that there must be no
at Goldfield. Nevada, was won by the to a bitter attack on tbe adminietra spraying is excessive, Mr. Reid gives has already been taken up
shooters. The government has no cav direct appropriation for the construe
some figures to show that spraying is progress made.
if'P former in the forty-second round on a tion’ s forestry policy.
alry in Pirar del Rio, and the only tion of government irrigation worki
Some of the
real soldiers are the artillerymen, hut, until the present national irrigation
delegates were with Heyburn; a far
Seaside Bath House Burned.
Mr. Reid cites the apple orchard of
The cruiser Boston went agronud on larger element stood by Roosevelt and Mark Levy, at Milwaukie, who bad a
Seaside— The large bath house owned as they are on foot, they cannot cope law has been proven a success and
MÎOrca« island shortly after leaving Se- Pinchot. Once, when Heyburn n a le a total of 300 boxes of apples and pears. by E. N. Zeller, located on the beach with the well mounted veterans on the money invested has been returned to
the Federal treasury.
/I'Lattle. She was nulled off uninjured at particularly unjust criticism of the Each time he sprayed it took 18 hours. near tbe Butterfield cottages, was to insurgent side.
president, he was hissed from all parts
There were two men employed at a tally destroyed by fire a few days ago.
of the convention hall and forced to
FREEZE O U T FOREIGNERS.
coat of $9, one team at $8, and cost of There was no wind, or tbe surrourding
Two masked men held up the State suspend.
G R E A T FLEET IN REVIEW.
material was $10, making the total cottages would have been destroyed.
de I. bank of Rainier, Oregon, and after
When the hissing began to subside,
leswl - binding the cashier, escaped with he- Heyburn, mad through and through,
President Roosevelt Sees America»
A great many of Mr. Levy’s the bucket brigade. The loss is par
( ; I,, tween $2,000 and $2,500 in gold. and waving his arms furiously, roared per box.
Enmity o f China.
trees are young and not in fall bearing, tially covered by insurance.
l3d / . Posses are in pursuit.
Victoria, B. C., 8ept. 4.— Advices re
at the audience:
and for that reason the coat for spray
Sept. 4.— Under skies
“ Hiss, you geese, hiss.”
ceived from Pekin by the steamer Tar
Reports from the provinces indicate
Dry Rust in Valley Hop Yards.
ing was larger than it would have been
that broke brilliantly blue before a
The hissing was renewed, and when
» t i l l that throughout Russia a general state
Woodburn — Dry rust has appeared
had the treea been in full bearing.
inations. The corrspondent of the To- whistling westerly wind which swept
thOf,i of pillaging and incendiarism exists, it had
“ In a large orchard like that ol M il in hopyarde in the vicinity of Mount
kio Mainichi reports that Tung Saoyi down Long Island sound and blew ool
fighting between the peasantry and po
lard O. Lownsdaie, in Yam hill coun Angel, where there is considerable com
“ Don’ t try that on me. I am too old
vice minister of foreign affairs, is tak to sea the sullen clouds and tempestu
lice occurring at many points.
ty,” said Mr. Reid, “ the cost would
ous rains wihch tHreatened immezsota-
a stager to be scared. You will listen
This is ing advantage of his growing influence bly to mar the spectacle, Prenidett
not be more than 4 to 6 cents per box damage is liable to be done.
In the biennial election in Arkansas
to what say."
When tbe spraying is the firs* appearance of dry rust in this
for state and county officials the Demo
R (oaevelt yesterday, within hailint
properly done the grower does not have section. It has a musty smell and ab powers of Chinese who have been ap distance of his summer home, reviewed
crats el-cted practically everything.
R E V O LU T IO N C O N T IN U E S .
more than eight or ten per cent loss solutely destroys the flavor of the hop. pointed directors of customs, having the most magnificent naval fleet ever
Of the 135 members of the legislature
the support of the an i-foreigu element
at least 125 of them will be Democrats.
assembled under the American flag
among the Chinese.
T w o Thirds o f People Said to Sym
Forty-five of the moat splendid types ol
China is adopting more measures
pathize With Insurgents.
fighting vessels afloat lay at anchor ia
Sa'em— The only sienna paint fac
Wheat— Club, 66c; bluestem, 69c;
Havana, Sept. 6 .— As days and weeks
censed at the Chinese atlitnde, Ameri three long columns as the naval yecht
A bottle message set afloat in 1882 pass with no appreciable diminution of tory on the Pacific coast and one of valley, 69® 70c; red, 63c.
Mayflower, which just a year »go *«
has just been picked up la Seattle har the revolution, apprehension increases. the few in the United States, is now in
Oats— No. 1 white, $22® 22 50; gray, cans in particular feeling great anxiety written into history as the meeting
as to the future course of events in
operation in Salem. A complete oat- $ 20 ® 2 1 .
The most conservative testimony from
ground of Russia and Japan, pawed op
fit of grinding, sifting and mixing ma
Barley — Feed, $20®21 per ton; China. The Pekin police have in and down the lines, the president u
Trepoff baa nervous prostration from the country district of the provinces of chinery has been installed, but the
the continual strain to which he is sub 1'inar del Rio, Havana and Santa Clara demand for the product already indi brewing, $21 50®22.50; rolled, $23.
any kind must be rented to foreigners. applauding spectator on the bridge-
Rye— $1.30 per cwt.
is to tbe effect that two-thirds of the
The same correspondent says that the The Mayflower’s journey was mid«
cates that the plant w ill have to be
people in the country and small towns
Chinese comiesioners who have re amid a continuous boom of saluting
duplicated. The factory is being oper ton.
Japan is getting considerably worked
of these three provinces are insurgents
cannons, and gun atfer gun spoke tbs
ated on material shipped from the si
up over the killing of Japanese sealeis
Hay— Valiev timothy, No. 1, $10® turned from travels abroad have had a
in sentiment if not in fact.
It is gen
enna deposits discovered a year or two 11 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy, conference with the emperor and em navy’ s honor to the commander in chi«
erally believed that the government ul
ago south of Eugene, in Lane county. $12@14; clover, $7@7 50; cheat, $7® press dowager and the decision was of all America’s military forces.
Train loads of Farley’s strike hteak- timately w ill subdue the insurrection,
The 45 vessels are all within ring«
As the deposits cover an area of 62 7.50; grain hay, $7; alfalfa, $10; reached to formulate a constitution for
en I I I ers en route to San Fiancisco had to hut in the meantime the crops cannot
of 8agamore and could train 1,178 guns
scree to a depth of 50 feet, there is vetch hay, $7®7.50.
j| strike for better foot).
be developed, and it ia a grave question
plenty of material to supply the factory
The Asahi’ s correspondent says dras on the summer residence of the pre*1,
Fruits— Apples, common, 50@75c per
The revidution in Cuba is spreading whether the rebellious spirit even then for a number of years.
changes in the central and provin dent. Indeed, they roared out to bn
box; fancy, $1.26@2; grapes. 76c®
far and wide, and the government fears can he actually quelled to the ex’ ent of
Tests have proved that the Lane $1.60 per crate; peacbee, 70c®$1 00; cial administrations are contemplated. a tremendous salute as he cameamorf
outside intervention, probably by the rcstoring'the country to a normal self county deposits are of as high grade as pears, $1 25; plums, fancy, 50®75c At Pekin there will be a premier and them on the Mayflower and last mg
the Italian sienna and it has been per box; common, 50@76c; blackber two general secretaries to control the they painted the hieroglyphics ol pw*
A realization of this is the cause of
on the sky with their searchlights of
The officials of the United Railways the renewal of efforts for the restora demonstrated that the Oregon material ries, 5®6c per pound; crab apples, $1 eight state departments and in each
vi-e royalty the administration will he his edification.
of San Francisco have agreed to the ar- tion of peace. General Mario Menncal, can be placed upon the market in com ®1 50 per box.
The fleet reviewed by the preeide*
| bitration of the street car strike pro- whom the people trust as one capable petition with the imported article.
Melons- Cantaloupes, 10c®$l 25 per divided into seven sections. Chitung
consisted of 12 battleships, loot ,ri
[ vided the men return to woik in the of bringing the warring factions to
crate; watermelons, 1®1 >%c per pound; Chou Fuh is quoted to tbe effect that
Epidemic o f Hog Cholera.
in mored cruisers, five monitors and 00
casabas, $3.26®3 50.
gether, if snch a thing is possible, came
Seaside— K. K. Willard, who runs a
Veetablee— Beans, 507c; cabbage, China will be established in the course protected cruisers, six torpedo bos* j
to Havana today and held two confer
Secretary Wilson, after inspecting
stroyers, six torpedo boats and
02c: celery, 85c®$l per dozen; of from 10 to 15 years.
ences with President Palma. General
the packing houses in several of the
Menocal after the conference absolutely demic of hog cholera throughout his corn, 15®20c per dozen; cucumbers,
large cities, refuses to make concessions
neighborhood. Willard had eit ht fine 25c per dozen; egg plant, 10c per
Insurgent Office in New York.
refused to make any statement.
to the packers, and it appears that he
porkers that he intended to slaughter pound; lettuce, head, 25c per dozen;
Rebels Search All Trains-
New York, Sept. 4, _ In an office
did not find things as nice as they
within a few dava, but the cholera beat oniona, 10® 12J^c per dozen; peas, 4® building at Pine and Water streets the
Havana, Sept. 4.— The Cuban
Root at Valparaiso.
him to them. Mr. Thompson, a neigh 5c; bell peppers, 12H®15c; radians, Cuban junta established offices today. tral Railway company today msileps-
Valparaiso, Sspt. 5.— Elihu Root,
bor, who ia also in the dairying busi 10® 15c per dozen; spinach, 2®3c per Colonel Aguirre, Major Joseph A Cas- lic announcement that it *°° .
Five hundred lawvers are attending secretary ol state of the United States,
ness, has lost all his hogs, and Mr. ponnd; tomatoes, 25®50c per box; tellancy and Senor Nordose, who will longer accept freight or mercb
the meeting of the American Bar asso and his family, accompanied by 8enor
Dawson, who lives on the Clatsop
ciation in St. Paul.
Heuueos, the Chilean minister of for plains, has lost his entire herd from parsley, 25c; equash, $1®1.25 per be the official representatives of the lor transler over its lines except*»1*
crate; turnips, 90c®$l per sack; car revolutionary movement in this coun er’ s risk. It is stated that this'■1
eign affairs, and Mr. Hicks, the Ameri
Han Francisco has contracted for the
rots. $1®1.26 per sack; beets, $1.25® try, were present
There were no cere eetary because nearly all of it*
can minister to Chile, arrived here by
building of 4,000 small houses, to be
1.50 per sack.
monies. Colonel Aguirre said that the are held up and their cargoes
special train this afternoon.
Record-breaking Prune Crop.
finished iin 12 weeks.
Onions— New, I ^ a i ^ c per ponnd. junta in New York is not to be used for by armed bands of insurgents- ^
electric cars the party passed through
Oregon City — W illiam X. Davis,
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 70Ja® the purpoee of revolution. Its efforts tonight the government learn
I t is estimated by the Panama canal
who owns a 20-acre prune orchard near 80c; sweet potatoee, 4®4H'c per pound. he said will be directed solely to keep 400 insurgents had entered tbs
commission that $25,000.000 worth of vastated by the recent earthquake. Cams, reports that he will have a re
Butter— Fancy creamery, 23J^®27)4c ing the American people informed as to of Calabazar. in Santa Clara Pr0 ”
Arriving at the wharf the party pro cord-breaking crop of exceptional qual
work can be done annually.
the true cocr e of the morea eat.
had confiscated a quantity of
ceeded directly on board the cruiser
Eggs— Oregon ranch, 24c®25per doz
Chinese are planning to establish a Charleeton. A reception was tendered ity this year. He says his trees are
taken many head of horses.
Navy Yard Men in Union
chain of newspapers in Canada with Secretary Root.
Poultry— Average old hens, 13X ®
which to combat the $500 per capita
New York, Sept. 4. _ Employes in
Plotting Against Mex'<
having plowed up his acreage of pe- 14c per ponnd; mixed chickens, 13®
navy yards, naval stations, arsenal and
Bauer to Beat Down Revolt.
Tusoon, Arix , Sept. 4.—Col
titee, mpplanting them with tbe Ita l 1 3 ^c; spring, 14®16c; old roosters,
8t. Petersburg, Sept. 5.— The situa ians which he finds more profitable.
The cify scaler of Chicago has order
* «»¡O n .l bert, a Frenchman, and Leons
9 0 10c; dressed chickens,
14016c; organization hers
and sleeted officers. lareat and Bruno Trevino, -
ed suits begun against four of the larg tion in the Shusha, Javenehir and
turkeys, live, 17020c; turkeys, dress The declaration of principles contains:
were arrested early today at - 1
eat packing houses in that city for eel other districts of Smtheastern Cauca
Large Crop o f Cabbages.
ed, choice, 21022 tqc; geese, live, 90
Adopt and put into operation in Patagonia, mining camp*.
sus, where Tartar-Armenian hostilities
ling short weight It'd .
LaGrande — flarvey Clark, from a 10c; ducks, 13016c.
are in full sway, have grown so serious
h * i "
° T i e'‘P’ n* lhe employes miners are employed, Tbesrr
Hops— 1906 contracts, 17$<®20c per more steadily
Four Greek laborers were killed and that the viceroy has snsperseded Gene 20-acre tract of mountain land, located
employed by having the made by Immigration
another fatally injured by being struck ral Golocbtkapoff, govern rr general of four miles south of town, w ill harvest pound; 1906, nominal; 1904, nominal. men in the different crafts join hands,
phy and Rangers Olds and L
500 sacks of potatoes and 16,000 beads
Wool— Eastern Oregon average beet, in order that the best interests of the
by a Baltimore A Ohio train.
Eliaabdthpol province, by
General of cabhage. weighing from two to five
is charged tbat the men *r®
government and the employee can be who are attempting to organ!»«
President Roosevelt has cabled to B«uer, whose name was coupled with pounds. His potatoes will bring $400,
of Mexican miners to attack
K ing Frederick, through the American that of General Abkhaooff in connec and the cabhages $800, or a total re
nees; mohair, choice,
minister, his congratulations on the tion with tbe strong methods by which turn of $1,200 from 20 acres.
Warning o f More Bombs
order was restored in the Caucasus.
opening of the cable to Iceland.
Veal— [«reseed, 5 V ,® 8c per pound.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 4— The woman
No Hope f o r the S h s r k ^
Vandals Cut Hop Vine*.
I f the Standard Oil company is re
Beef— Dreseed bulls. 3c per pound;
Brazil's Generous Gift to Chile.
Salem— Unknown marauders entered cows. 4 V,®5 ^ C; country steers. 5 06c. who assassinated General Min still re
quired to give bonds for its appearance
Washington, Sept. 4 - - P
fuse« to disclose her identity, but she ceived today at the War
in all the indictments against it at the | Santiago de Chile, 8ept. 6 .— The tbe hop yard of Hing Qoong, near tbie
Mutton — Dressed, fancy, 7®8c per
same rate that has been required in the government of Brnxil has apptopr'a'ed city, and rat all tbe bop vines on about ponnd ordinary, 6® 6c; lambs, fancy, admits that her passport is false and Irom Honolulu indicate tbs
has warned her jailers tbat St. Peters port Sheridan cannot be
Tbe hope will be 8(® 8 c#
first indictment, it w ill have to pat ap $300.000 toward the fund for the relief an acre of ground.
burg is on tne eve of n series of acts ol nearlv filled with water and
of the Chilean earthquake sufferers.
of little value.
n bond of »8.360,000.
Pork— Dreseed, 7 0 8 ^ e per pound. terrorism.
EWS OF THE WEEK
Condensed Form for Oor
Fourteenth Annual Session Con-
venes at Boise.
FAIRBANKS THE GUEST OF mu