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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JJEND, OIUSGOtf, FJIIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1003.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
OATIIIiRliD rROAl ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprehensive Kcvlcw of the Import,
ant Happening of the Past Week,
Presented In Condensed Farm, Alost
Likely to Prove Interesting 'to Our
SLIP ItY 0l'i'ICIM5.
Hrjrnn favor Judge Owen Thompson,
of IlllnoU, for president.
"Ire nt llohart, Oklahoma, iluntroycul
U'00,000 wortl.- of promrty.
llrltrtln threaten to depot t those
itoei who art) trylnic to ntlr up mischief.
Thu nations! general policy Uiatd
ha elected Admiral Downy president.
Tlio diplomatic body t tho Vatican
predict tho election of ItiimpolU or
tlottl n opo.
The dock strike nt Odessa, llossla, la
spreading mid In causing uiucli liicon.
vouleiice to shipping.
An uprising of timlcotitonta Ih report
! In thn province of Hat.thigo. Culm,
Troop havo ixiin sunt to rnatoro jcu
I'nuMtal Activity continues In South'
tirn Ituaalan military circle. Largo
orders for war supplies have been
A statement prepared liy tho bureau
of Insular nffalra of tho war department
show that I'hillpplno commerce la
growing very rapidly.
An attempt by lloston ncgroe to
bleak up a meeting addressed by IIook
er T. Washington resulted In n riot In
which threes mon wore stabbed. 1'ollce
i.iiro called to restore order.
Ituaala, In retaliation for tho Klsh
loot petition, will laaiio fower jumport
' to American.
John I). LotiKi United Pinto consul
general nt Cairo, Kgypl, la dead a tho
result of a tall.
Iluaala, It I Mid, liaa made coitoia
don to tho power, which will amine
pouro In tho far Knit.
Tho lumber freight rate on tho
Houthnrn I'aclflc will I hi rulsod from
13.10 to 6 a ton August 20.
I'opiilla'a in ronfurunco nt Denver
have aKro.nl to futeot tho paat and will
re-outer tho -Killtlcal cretin.
Whlttaker tVrlght, tho tandon pro
motor, will bo oxtadltod nt once, the
iKirs having been prepared.
A florco rant riot occurred at Lor
nine, Ohio, itecauso two negroe severe
ly cut whlto mail with a rarer.
Ituaala ha been awept by a sovoro
tornado, which deitroyrd three vil
lage d caused groat loa of Ufa,
A cablorgam from Consul General
Gudger, at Panama, ray everything i
quoit and no expect no further trou
Hoprerontatlvo Wilcox I at tho
bond of a movement to itecuro lndopon
denco for llawnll from thu United
flio Amorlcnn squadron will engage
In a groat mlmlo war off tho coait of
Now Knglatid next month. Thirty
veael will paitlclpato.
Tho Japanese proa la strongly in
favor of wnr with Kussla.
Cardinal Gibbon rocelrod a vory
rordlnt reception on lila arrival at
A convention to organlto a now ro'
form political party la now In session
All Trace of the Potiom Convict Uacape
lis Keen l,ot.
I'lucorvlllu, Cnl., Auk. 1. AUIioiik'i
liutidrixUof hunvily armed mon urn
now engaged In tho march lor tho 'i
surviving prisoner who eacaped from
tho I'olsom puultvntlsry, tho outlaw
remain mutter of tho situation.
They Imvu aitcceoded in eluding tholr
purcuor nnd tho ultlmnto ocmmi of nt
least n portion of tho Kant; evem high'
Hinco tho fatal fight ut Pilot Hill, In
which ono of tho convict wj killed,
tho other have not boon seen, union
tho story of Wllllnni Green, n cowboy,
who ay ho mot two armed men In
Plater county today and uf tot wards
Idetitlflml tliom by photograph a n
couple of tho outlaw, prove to Ihj
ttuo. I'.ten thl afford but a alight
claw, though It la being followed up by
Tho conviction I growing Hint the
lleoliiK men are headed for tho Sierra
Nevada mountain nnd nro being aldod
by ox'convict who re.ldu along the
route they have taken. The people
throughout thla Mil Ion of tho state nro
greatly nlarmed, uotwllhatnnding the
p re mi n co ol many peace ofllcors nud n
company of mllltln. Thnso ro.ldlng
In Isolated localitlea llvo In dread of
attack by tho fugotivo whonrubellovod
to Ik) abort of both food nnd ammu
BLOWN TO PIECES
SCORFJ OP LIVES LOST BV EXPLOS
ION AT POWDER WORKS.
LAST TMIHUTU IS PAID LCO.
Thlnl Orcat Wequlem Ma I Celebrated
nt the Vatican.
Home, Aug. 1. Thn lait trlbuto
Ma paid to tho latn l'ope Ixo thla
morning with tho thlnl groat requiem
ma celebrated In tho Hiatlno chapol
ol tho Vatican, and tho function waa
no lea cormonlon nud Impoalng than
tho two other. While tlioro were per
hap fower jmrpona nrcnout thero wa a
greater diaplny of gorgnou unlforin.
Of tho 02 cardinal now in Home, all
attended tho nim oxcept Cardinal
Cretnoi, prefect of thu congregntton of
tho c'acrod ltelic,ti, who wa III.
Tho plctnro prronted by tho pre
onco of cardinal In violet robe and
red capo bordurrd with ermine nnd
corUHl b noble gnanU In acarlot unl
fiiriiia nnd with drawn cworda, the
Hct'iio lolng Hoftened by tho cloud of
inaenro nnd tho chnpel reaonnding with
thn Mtrnlna of the Incomparable Klatlne
choir ilnglng "Libera Mo IVmlnlo,"
rnado thoto prci-ont fool a though
liftetl into another world.
In tho churcho of Homo tmlay bo
gun tho offering of prayer to the holy
ghoat to aiaiat and enlighten tho rnrdi
nala to choo.o tho right man to alt In
tho chair of Ht. Peter. During the
conclave tho bloated racramont will be
oxikimhI in tavernl churche for tho
Riteclal prayer of thu faithful, with
tho amu objoct in viow.
MUANINQ OP ITO'S PKOAtOTION.
proa term iltualnn
on Mauchurlau eltun-
tlon a inaultlng.
A Texn contractor attempted to
bribe an army ofllcor by Doudlng him
(200 In a box. of cigar.
Preparation nro completed for tho
holding of tho conclave which will
elect a Biiccoenor to l'opo Loo,
Batlufactory progroe la bolng mado
in thu trado treaty negotiation be
twoon tho United Htnte and China for
tho opening of Mancliinan jmrta.
A coko truat, bonded by tho Frlck
coal company, 1b to bo formed. Tho
capital I placed at f 7,000,000. Tho
now concorn liaa control of 10,000
tttroe of coal land.
Tho dlHcovery of four boxes of dynn
mlto in tho mountain threo miles
from Nolaon, 1), O., with tho date 1881
marked on thorn ha led to speculation
aa to a tragody In vhlch plouoor proa
poctor wore tho victims,
Japanese Statesman' Way to the
mlershlp la Now Clear.
TokIo, Aug, 1. Although Marqula Ito
liaa neon mauu president ol too privy
council, formerly presided over by Alar
quia HnlonJI tho latter lore no runic
by tho chango. Count Maxukata and
Marqula Ynmagata have lHmnappohitl
int-inlKTH of tlio privy council. Tho
main point about tho elevation of Mar
quia Ito 1 that It clww hi way to tho
promlurshlp. Incidentally It com
poiK'H tho cabinet dlfllculty nud alio
an unbroken front to bo prosenUxl to
foro'gn nations, but thero i a strong
bollef that It also liornld tho calling
of tho inarquln to control tho dllllcult
frrulgn situation at any timo noedod.
It I bolloved that Mnrqul Ito, who
hn tho full confldoncoof tho omporor
I In favor of conservative measure to
ward Iluaaln nnd that ho will exhaust
diplomatic moans of obtaining a quid
pro quo In Manchuria before resorting
to hostilities, Mo Is regarded as a
"safe man" In a crisis.
Tho foreign situation grows mnro
ncuto, Tho news thnt Aicerira I us
ing tho Mnnchurlan question as a lover
In tho Klahlnot putltlon mutter revived
hopb of her nssistaneo among tho antl
Ituaalun part). It'issla has been grow
lug moro nggreaalvo In Manchuria nud
Coren, whllo Oreat llrltnin nnd Japan
Imvo boon mnnlfostlng groator vigor in
Condones Kustlan Agression.
Loudon, Aug. 1, The Tlmos this
morning prints a Toklo dispatch which
says thnt Corea contemplates ropurclms.
lug tho lauds nrlvately ncqulrod by
tho RusslauB at Yongatnpho, and alter
ward loaslng them to Russian loldors,
thus legalising tholr tenure, ald to
havo originally display of Coron'a ton
duncy to condono Hussla aggrosslon Is
commontod on In Japan. '
Fifty Other art Injurcd-Nltrlc Add In
stead of Water Was Poured on Nltro
fllycerlne Lowell, Masiachuaett, la
Sctnc of llaroc, but Concussion I
Felt for Mil'.
Lowell, Mass,, July 31. Two small
gunpowder magazines, situated In the
vory midst ol tho humble residences of
60 mill operative, exploded today with
n frightful conctisalon, and tho result
ant wave of death cut off (ho live of
moro than n scoro of human beings and
in jiirrxi nearly ou oiuor. ino toncus
slon wa so torriflo that It wa felt in
Boston, 40 mile away. Half a ilou-n
men, were blown to plftiesj four twys
-.'uu yards away woro xilled by tho
force of tho oxploslon, and fourteen
framo house within a radius of 400
yards went down an if they had been
built of card.
The magazine wore the property of
tho UiiIihI Kfatcf Cartridge company.
of thla city, but fortunately were situ-
nte moro than n mile away from tho
factory itself. They were constructed
10 year ago on what was then a broad.
oiKiii flol'l on tho bank of thu Conccrd
river. During tho lait decado small
wooden dwelling honset havo gradually
sprung up In tho vicinity, crowding
nearer and nearer, with fancied socur
it y, to tho innocent looking buildings,
until they almost completely sur
rounded thorn, except on the river side,
tho nearest house being scarcely 60 feet
It wa a long time before the actual
cauto of tho explosion wa ascertained
It wa at flrat thought that tvery one
within n radius of 60 foot of tho raaga
sine had been killed, but later It was
found thnt Clarendon Goodwin, the
foroman of the mon who wero loading
the powder en tho loans had survived,
together with ono ofv ht assistant,
Amadi Iloulangor, and this afternoon
the latter wa ncen at tho hospital,
lie said thn men went down to the
magatlno nearost the itrret to fix the
Moor, and after the teams had been
loaded with the powder which was in
the magaxino, It wa discovered that a
ran of nitroglycerine, which wasstorrd
in thj magaxino, was leaking.' Mr.
Goodwin picked up what ho thought
was a jug of water and lcgan (touring
it onto tho nltro glycerine, with the
Idoa of iillnllng it and washing it up
As toon a tho fluid from the jug
struck the floor, lis found It was nitric
ncld. Tho lloor at onco began to
smoke, and when the men'snw it they
rushed from the building, but had not
gono ten feet when tho explosion oc
curred. This magazine, theroforo, was
tho first to go up, followed by the gun
powder In tho three team, and some
seconds later by tho second magaxino.
FORCED BACK TO COVFR.
I DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
Prices Same as Prineville
Bend Mercantile Company
Am Hm GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Merchandise suited to the needs of
the Deschutes Valley
O Jt H v
Goods. Ladies' and'
Groceries, Provisions, Dry
Gents' Furnishines. Stoves.
GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES, ETC.
Cheaper Than Shingles
All Branches of the Trade Handled in
a Business Manner and with due re
gard to the interests of our Cnstomers
Bend Mercantile Company
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon.
Posse'a Outlets Atct Convicts Bme'glnt;
Folsom, Cnl-, July 31, Eight, and
possibly 11 of thn convict who escaped
from tho Fobom penitentiary, were
surrounded last night in a gulch near
Greenwood by posse of ,nmnhuntors
commanded by Bherlff Uosquit, of Kl
dorado county, and by Sheriff Koona,
of Plaror county. At daylight thl
morning tho convicts nttompted to
move out ol tho gulch In tho direction
of riacervillo, but they were met by a
raking flic from the men under com
mand nf Shorlff floruit, who had,
under the cover of darkness, stationed
themsolvea In tho brush along tho rldgo
overlooking that eldo of tho gulch
Tho convict wore takon complotely
by surprise. They returned n low
shots and Hod back into tlio brush In
thu creek bottom. They remained
thero a few minutes and then attempt
ed to oncapo up the slope of tho rldgfl
on tho opposlto aldo. An thoy omorged
from theo over thoy woro mot by n rMn
of bnllots from tho men of Sheriff
Keenn'R posso, who had, during tho
night, taken up points of vantugo nlong
that flldu of the gulch that tho convkta
had Boloctod (or their camp slto.
Cuban Railroad Told to Quit Work,
Havana, July 31. Information In
tho possession of Minister Squire to
tho offout that tho Cuba A Eastorn'rail
road, which is bolng constructed from
Guantanamo bay northward, had hrok
en ground within tho area covered by
tho coaling stations treaty, caused tho
Issuance of a peremptory order by tho
secretary of public work's to stop tho
oncroachmont. The company' nttor
noya eay that tho report is untrue.
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Lumber, Wood, Coal,
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Special Attention (liven to Wool. First
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Ill Modern Improvements for Handling Stock
Latest Patern of Stockyards.
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