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THE BEND BULLETIN
JJKND, OIUSGOH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
OATllHRnU FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprcricnalve Review of (lie Import
ant llnppcnlnxi of (he Paat Week,
Prcacntcd In Condcrticd form, Moat
Likely to Prove Intcrcatlni to Our
Haiti la cauhImk tliu Knunna' rlvor to
ltuU liitit tli'dilcil on n policy of
ppaco In thti far Knot.
Tim Survlan cabinet han roaljcntxJ,
mid KIiik i'otor lliroatena to nlMlcato,
Tint clmnata are vory allm that Co
loin 'In will ratif tho I'anuiiin canal
Tim natal inuKailno nt Cholix'a,
Mn., la to lo roinoml to ft point near
tlm OliurluHtown nnvy yard.
Macedonian., dlaapiwIiiM In iconlr
(n Amor loan ayinpatliy in tlm war
with Tnrkoy, cliaruo tlint prcaa la
I). M. 1'any, prcalilentof tho Nation
al innnufaclurora' atoclatlon, puta
IniKir unload and mob In tlu namo
A Hock Inland train wont through n
brldKU rnar Topi-kn, Kan., killing ono
man ami wrloualy InJurliiK number
It la boUiV(l that the flrlnit on an
American llalilug voiael by Canadian!
will not bocoino an International com
View Ailmlral Cervera, who aurreml'
rml to tho American lleot off Kautlaxo
do Cuba, lias nnlgnoil ah chief of etaft
In tho navy.
llecauro of a dlaroVpoctful letter
which Colonol Men do recently ad
dretnod to tho uayy department, the
president will nitlro him In bla pitatnt
A illraaticui hurrlcaho awopt tho la
land of Martlnlino.
OH will bo unod l tho Ortnton City
paMir mllla for fuel Instead of wood.
Tho mi tiro North Atlantlo aquadron
will ko to Oyaler Hay to bo reviewed by
A Inriii amount of counterfeit token
moiioy Ima boon madr in Portland and
la DeliiK paieed In California.
Tho National bill Id Inn trades council
bai omlorwd William H. Ilearal aa Ita
choice for United Biatoi preildont.
Tho Hrltlah ImmlKratlon commit
aloner favore tho paaKoof lawaalmllar
to thoco In force In tho Unliod States
KlKhty-four bodioi of victims In the
Paris train wreck have been recovorod
nd tho death Hat li expected to reach
Muivdonlnaa deny tho atorlos of
Atrocltioa and hold that Turkey is
preadtng them to poison tho mind of
A Portland firm Ima Ikkui awarded
tho contract of reconstructing tho Port
land postollUo. Tho work is to bo fin
ished In -1 monthi.
Tho Interstato commorco commission
hns rccolvod replies from a number of
rallroadx to charges recently filed nl
leKliig dlhcrlmlnatlon In rales. Thoy
ono and all admit tho oiconslvo charKes
and ink the cointnlwlon what It is go
liiK to do about it.
Gonorul Miles declares for small
armies tor all nutions.
Bupportora of tho Irish Innd bill bo
llovo lti pasaio is now naaunxl.
Tho fliilehinit touches nro bolng put
on Hlinmrork III prior to tho big races.
Tlilrtv-threo more liodies liavo boon
taken from the llauiia, Wyoming
The Casino gambling houra. one of
tho moat notorious la Franco,, h boon
donlroyod by llro.
Thu International typographical un
ion hns commonced its 4Uth unnualeos
' ilon at Washlutgon.
Ponny postngo ratos botwoon Oront
Drltaln and tho Unltod Mutes art
A Konsaa woman lost n buitlo en a
train containing $7,500. Hallroad de
tectives found it for her.
The Canadian Pnclflo railroad lias
declared a dividend of 2 por cent for
thu six months Just endod.
Tho testllo workors of Philadelphia
havo given up their strike Ovor 10,
sO00 bavo roturned to work,
CRAZV MAN SHOUTS.
rirca Into Kan.aa Crowd of 5,000, Kill
Injr Pour People,
Wlnfleld. Kan,, Aug. 15. At (
o'clora tonight, whllo Camon'a band
was playing its weekly contort on
Main street to a crowd of 6,000 pwiplo,
OlllKirt Twlgg, a craxy man, 30 yi-ara
of ago, opened flro on tho crowd with a
doublo barreled shotgun loaded with
heavy bullet. An a remilt, four are
now dead, three aro dying and no less
than 'JO Injured, perhaps tlvu or six
Gilbert Twlgg, tho man who did the
limiting, was killed by Olllcnr Nicholas.
Tho baud hnd Just finished playing n
waits when Twlgg stopped out from an
alley a half block distant and, dellUir
ately taking aim at tho band-land, fired
two shots. Oliver, tho handumn, fell
at the lint shot, but tho crowd, not re
alising what had happened, rtndtod to
ward tho killer, believing Ilium hid
been an acaidental shooting of somo
kind. As tho ciowd oIomxI in, the
craxy man direhargol two rnoru 'hot
at them, earning a scattering In every
With tho crowd fleeing, thn man
stood in a demoniacal nttltudo, firing
at random in every direction. .Men
and women howled and shrlekod mil
ran, but no one seemed able to stop thu
frightful rarnago until Olllcer Cloorgo
Nicholas confronted him and fired a
bullet Into his head. Hut before life
was extinct, tho demented man diew a
revolver and flrcd a shot Into his own
IN UXTHA SHS5ION.
Conrrcss May Convene In October
stead or November.
Washington, I). O., Aug. 16. Infor
mation received in Washington con
rernlug the conference between thn
Hinato subcommittee and tho President
on financial legislation is rather vsguo,
but tho understanding Is that some
sort of a measura is to bo put through
at tho comluu r-e.ilon of cougross.
Ono fart o( distinct Important was
dovolnpod at the conferonco. Wnlloan
extraordinary tension of congress next
fall Is assured, it lias not beon dolor
mined dollnlloly whether It will bo
called lo meet In October or November.
It has Ixx'ii uppotod that tho extraor
dinary session would convene on Mon
day, November U, but tho Indications
now aro that it will bo raited for An
earlier date, perhaps several weeks
Tho primary purpose of thn oxtraor
dlnsry sesilon will lie to enact leglsla
tlan making operative tho Cuban reel
proclty treaty, but financial legislation
also will bo pressed upon tho attention
President Hoosovolt does not profess
to know Anything spocial about finan
cial matters, but roadie. In a general
way, that the immonro amounts of out
standing silver and greenbacks, bared
upon a li ml u u supply oi goin, is not a
sufo and sufllclent method of flnanco
for a great government. Ho is anxiot
to havo any remedy applied that may
prevent anything of a disastrous finan
cial naturo occurring In tho future.
DHSPHRADO URI1AKS JAIL.
Throwa Holt of Cell Door, and
Through Wall With a Poker.
Ilutte, Mont.. Aug. 15. A Minor
special from Bherldan, Wyo., rays
Itoono Potior, tho notorious despora
do, wantod in North Carolina for tho
murdor of two deputy sheriffs, who w
raplurod ton days ago by Marshall
Crlntioll, msilo a sonsatlonnl nacapo
from I ho Bherldan county tail Inst
night. Tho combination of tho Jail
door had not been turned, and Potter,
socuriug a broom handle and a chair
rung, tied them together with a hand
korahlof, so that they formed a right
anglo With this instrument ho sue
cowled In throwing back tho bolt to
Onco outsldo Wio cage, ho Booured a
poker and mado an opening through
thn brk'k wall. Another prisoner oon
niter followod him out, went to tho po
llen ntntlon and gavo tho alarm, Hher
Iff Nollson nnd Marshal Crlnnnll havo
offered a rownrd of $150 for bis rocap
turo. Potter was being hold for requl
eltlon from North Carolina.
Misery Is tntenie.
Kingston, Jamaica, Aug, 15, Tho
destitution In thn hurrlcnn etrlckan
district is appalling. Thousands of
persons, hoinolosH, starving and ill
olnd, nro hurrying to tho towns to ob
tain slioltor and supplies, but as all
tho churches nnd public buildings havo
beon demolished, tho misery is in
totiBO. A mooting held at Tort An
RUINED BY GALE
STORM WHICH SWEPT JAMAICA
WORSE THAN FIRST REPORTED.
Lois of Property Olvcn at $10,000,000
Number of Towns Were Completely
Destroyed and Thousands are Home
less-It Is Feared the Loss of Llfa
Will He Qieat.
Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 14, The
effects' bf tho hurricane upon tho is
land of Jamaica worn greater than at
flist boliuved. The property loss Is es
timated at $10,000,000.
Port Antonio, on the north coast,
was completely overwhelmed. Only
six hoiifo wero left standing there.
The United Fruit company's wharves,
olllcos, hotel and plantations wero ut
terly demolished, riro of tiie com
pany's steamers, Including tho Kirnon
Diinols, Alfred Dcmol and Hrlghtou,
wero driven ashoro, but are lying in
easy positions. Port Msrla, nuotbor
town on tliu north coast, also suffered
similarly. The coast fs slrown with
wreckage of local sailing vessels.
It Is feared that ttio loss of lifo hns
been heavy, 30 fatalities having al
ready boon reported, principally among
The entire eastern ond of tho Island
has been devastated. Villages have
been wiped out and public buildings
and churches destroyed. Thousands of
tho RSSntry wore rendered homeless
and destitute, and are wandering about
reeking food and shelter.
The destruction of the banana plan
tations has beon couipleto, and tho
fruit trado is paralysed for the next 12
months. Hundreds of prosperous fruit
growoM havo been brought to bank
ruptcy and ruin.
Tho western ond of tho Island, which
It was at flmt supposed had escaped,
alto suffered considerably. Now ba
nana plantations planted ttiere wero
partly destroyed, rd tho orango and
coffee cropi wore alto injnred.
Tho Norwegian stoamor Balvatoro di
Glorgy was driven aihoio at Annotla
Hay and lies in a dangerous position.
Povorat sailing vessels wero w rocked on
tho north side. It it still stormy and
threatening, and there aro fears lhat
there may bo a renewal of thn storm.
Thousands of houses In Kingtton wore
damaged, thu wharves wero battered
and several coasting vessels wero sunk
In tho litrboi. Trado in practically at
a standstill. The southeastern portion
of tho Island has 'been practically de
nuded nl its crops, tno rivers aro flood
ed, and many men wero carried out to
sua and drowned.
FIRES ON SMACK.
Canadian Cutter Pursues Americans
Peaching la Suspected.
Krlo, Pa., Aug. 14. Tho Bilvor
Spray, a fishing bott owned hero, came
Into port this altornoon In a badly
shattered condition, due to an encount
er In mld-lako about noon with tho
Canadian revenue cuttor Potrel.
Tho Canadian authorities havo for
tears had trouble with American fish
ermen poaching on tho Canadian tide
of thn lake, and tho Potrel Is kept con
stantly on tho lookout for them. At
noon, sho-amo upon tho Silver Spray
on tho Canadian side of tho lako, and
at onco ordered Captain Chris Clmu
to stop. Tho Petrel la a strong stool
craft, and it is said ntt-mpted to ram
tho American boat before she could
comply with the order to ttop. Cap
tain Clmu decided to attempt to escape
and started ahead at full smhj '. Tho
Potrel then opened flro with all hor
guns, and about "0 shots stmik the
The chnso wss kept up for sonio
time, but when Captnln Chau got
across tho boundary lino, tho Petrol
gavo up tho pursuit
Captnln Chau will report tho affair
to tho statu department at Washlntgnn,
an ho rays ha was looking for aomo
of bis nets which hnd drifted from this
Bide toward tho Canadian shore.
Tho only man lntirod on tho Sllvor
Spray was Hodorlck Culvor. who was
lilt In tho leg by a ehot. Ho is now In
tho hospital. Tho fishermen' sny tho
Potrol used hor email dock cannon.
Piece of Andrce's Daltoon.
Bt. Paul, Aug. 14. A apodal
Vanconvor. H. C. Baya: What
dnuhtudlv a rolio of tho lll-starrod An
droo expedition in search of tho north
nolo was brouuht to Vancouver by a re
turned mining prospector, who has
spent tho last four yoarn In tho wilds of
tho Mackenslo bisln. Ho arrived bore
! DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
Prices Same as Prineville f
Bend Mercantile Company f
A. Hm GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Merchandise suited to the needs of
the Deschutes Valley o k o j
Groceries, Provisions. Dry Goods, Ladies' and .($)
Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware, Saddlery,
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
i Bend Mercantile Company
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon.
Shaniko Warehouse Co. 1
F-iroproof Building 90x600
Foot, Fully Equipped for
Storing: arid Forwarding
Pelts, Grain, Etc.
m LLinL.cito in n
Lumber, Wood, Coal,
m Flour, Hay and Grain
tl Special Attention Given to Wool. Flrst-
bd Class Baling and Grading Facilities.
ill Modern Improvements for Handling Stock
Latest Patern of Stockyards..
FRENCH & CO., BANKERS, Tho Dalles. MOORD BROS. W.
mi- m I1-U-... ii r? , aiISIMI Ik) Tl.. rt.ll...
CLAIMS ESTIMATED AND SOLO ESTIMATING A SPEOIALTY
KING, HUNTER & MARSH
Timber Cruisers and! Land Locators
tonio today appealed to tho goneroalty I bringing n portion of tho silk UBod In
ol tho Amorlcan people tho construction of Androe'a balloon.
CAHIUK8 A WO UNK Of
Oeneral Merchandise, Orocerles, Clothing-, Furnishing- Ooods
. Call n lllm Prkei Right. ,