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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JIEKD, OREGON, JTIUDAT, OCTOBER 10, 190.
NAVAL IIATTUJ I'KOIIAIILU.
Jupun and liussta are Assembling I'letts
Off Coast i Core.
Purls. Oct. 1(1. Olllclul liifiirtimtioti
ri'iilf)l horn hIhiwh tlmt it formidable
Itiiwlun Heel, coiimrlHliiK III) wnrnlilpM
o( hII cIhwok, Iiiin fort I'ort Artlmr mid
Iiiim nrrlod nt Mil Fun Pho, ninth of
( Niriii, u!inn tln ,liimiim llrnt hu
nli'iiily arrived. The Itmoiluu hlilpn
have anchored within lli Mu Hun Pho
linrlmr, iiIoiikhIiIo the Juhiiii'W tdilp.
Hovenil brlpule of Kupidini troop
lnivi' boon moved to tlm Oireiin count
mid nrc now ncuinMil on tin border.
Diplomatic iH'KutiiitloiiH nrc Mill pro
ittiliiiK ut Toklo. Tlii'ro do not relate
lo tin cviu'iiiil Inn of Muiichurht by tin
Itiirwliin troop, liut to the future of
Minister Discount It.
Uinduu, On I. lO.-rTlii' Jiijiiunw
mhiiMor hero, Huron lluyuidil, today
iIcwtIIkmI thn iiniiutiui'omont mudo by
the bunion Pally MiiII'h onrroniioiidonl
ut Knlht, .Iniin, 1 1 tit t Huron IK ItiiMMi.
tlu Itiiwlun mlulMor to Jiiikiii, had
iri'M'iiliil n nolo to tlio .lajHinef nv
iTiiiiwiit contt'iidliiK that .Iiihiii liml no
jtixt rhrht to lutorveno In tin uucMlnu
of tin eviicimtlon of Manchuria, mid
cluirwcterliltiK tin iroxml imrllllnu of
Conii Ik'1m4ii Ituwdii and Jiihii iih Ik
1 1 it: "fiiutnMlml iiikI mmurtliy of eon
Mdcnitlou." ItnmrdliiK tin1 roixirt tlmt tin Kinwhni
licet liml arrived ut Mil Hun PIhi, llaron
llityahl ri'iiuirkl UiumIa liml only
hImmiI .10 wuridilpx In tint whole fnr ouM,
mid it would Ik n phyidcul liiiNHwlhlli
ly on account of mwI and other HUpplic
fur them to remain nt Mu Hun l'lm. It
wihiM Ih the most nnllki'ly plum for
them to no to men If ltuwdn contem
plated hwlllltlif, nil It In u Willi cHy
Mrlkimt dlMuuro of Jiiiii'm MronK
iiiivhI Imno nt Tmt, In tin' Htraltn of
Corcu. Ho fur iih Huron lluyiixlil
known, It would In-equally nnnitwiim
lilt' for tlii Juwint to ko to M.i Hun
(treat .Brit ftn II Jo Information.,
lnuloii) fort, 10. Tfu fortHitn ollloti
iiiforniM tho Aiwoohitcd Prow tlmt It
linn liiiinl nothing of the rojiortod pith
erliiK of ItiiHfihui nrr)ii h ut Mu Hun
l'lm. Tlio foreign olllii reiterates tlmt
Hm udvltVN kIvi' no liulliiitlon of u Itus
Japan Df Irca War.
I'urln, Oct. 10. Tlio I'utrle tcnluy,
In u cixirittl illciwli-h from PuriHotitill,
uiIi1IiiIhhI hii inturvU'iv with Alnxmi
dnr Huvlnfkl, tlio HH-ri'tury of fomlKii
uffulri. wtlli MIiiIcIit LaniMlorff, who.
It Ih uIIkkihI, tMiki on tlio unthorlty of
hlri chief of KuifO'JniHiiiM'o ri'lutioiiH,
M. Huvlnxkl Ih utiotM uh wiylni:
"Our UKuntunt Toklo luivo Inforniiit
iih tlmt JiijHin ili'nlroM wur uiul Ih in
I hi nil fur It. Wo hiivo nuoiiuh trmipH
In Hlhurlu to ronlil till tlio JnNintm
ltcpinlliik' Tnrkuy uml lliitpurlii M.
Huvlunkl wild tlio niiiintlH'tHtiin Htnilu
ninl Atmtrln wiih Ktronitcrlliiini'viir, uml
hu illil not In'IIkvi' war IkiIwivii tlioco
two eountrlim woulil iK-rnir.
MAN ATTfiMITS TO GNTfiK
Wa lUavlly Armed and Fought the Of
flceri Like a Demon One Officer
Hurt In Making Arreit Pronounced
ImanO and Placed In Aaylum Was
AUo Wounded In Pltht.
VOLCANO AQAIN ACTIVU.
Mauna Lo, In the Inland of Hawaii, In
Uruptlon for a Day,
Honolulu, Oi't. 10. Tlio volcano of
Muunii I.nu, on tlio Inland of Hawaii, Ih
ukiiIii In u Htuto of activity. Tlio unii
tlon Ik'k'iiii yi'Htcrday ut noon, uml vun
mjiorUil hum liuluy. Whon tlio hlji
Orniihy, from KuwoiHtlo, imnmil tin
IhIuikI of Hawaii yttMunliiy, from the
Htimmlt of tlio crater u vuttt column of
Hinokn with llro IhiIow (UiwiuuIciI. Tlio
iilHMMininco of tlio lava How ut Kllauoa
Ih normal with mild uctlvlty.
I'urthor uilvicoHHtiitDthut MuiiuuIoii'h
nuthriHik Ih vory honvy. Tho llowlni?
In vu inakcH ii Kruml hivcctanlc. I.xcur
hIoiih uro IkiIiih arranged from Honolu
lu. A wlmlimH hiohhuhu from Illlo to
tho Atlvurllfor huj-h tho volcuno Ih very
uctlvo, uml tho luvii How Ih koIiik to
ward Kuhuku cattlu much. A iiich
huuitor roportn that two HtrciiuiH of lava
vury wldo nmy bo k-uh from Volcuno
him), Klluui'ii uml nil nnrtH of tho
1 Komi plantation. Tho (low Ih vlulhlo
In Hllo. It Ih hoiluvoil tho lava will
hrciik out further down tho mountain.
No iliiututlnuH or HiUlomoutH um on
daiiKcrcd hy tho lava flow uml tho erup
tion will ho without material tlumuKO.
New Finance Suggestion.
WiiHhliiKton, Oct. 10. HunroHuntii
tlvo Hill, of Conuoctlcut, In u confer
unco with tho proHlilimt tolny rojjurd
lug llmiunlul loitiwiltlou, HiKgoHtod to
tho prchldont that ho ndvocuto IckIhIh
tlon lookiiiK'to tho uroutlon ly congrosH
of a commlHHlou to InvcHtlnato tho mih
joct uml roport upon tho nooil, 'If nny
uxlHtod, of llminuliil lcglHlatlon.
WaihlnKton, Oct. 7. A denperate
liaud-to-hand encounter with an nimml
iiiMne nin n, who wae dotornilnod to
co 1'roildent HoomtoU In tho Tootlbtilo
of tho Whl to Houfto occurred ihortlj
Uiforo noon today. Tho man, who
vo tile nntne as I'otor Hillot, and hie
( homo an Mlnnuapolln, won ovorpoweiod
hy tho olTlcara on duty at tho White
IIoum entrance and carried to a pollco
van which had hocn nummonod. He
wae placed In tho van In tlio cuatody of
BeemlnK to ruallco thon, fcr tho flrat
time, that ho wai under arrett, Klltot
UKn a furloua etraggle wltli his enpt
ora for liberty. Ho drew a rovolver
nd attotnptod to shoot Offlcor Jamea
Oleclo. Tho nfllcer grablxsl tils hand
and wronchel the weapon from his
grasp. Klllott's truglos wero bo
florce, liowevor, that tlio two ofllcers In
tho cramped quartern of tho n wirn
unalile to orercomo him. 001 cor Cir
cle then drew hln revolver and flrod two
thota to attract atlontlon.
Chief Usher Thomn Ktnno, and Offi
cer I'arknr. o! thn Whlto llotire forco,
who had uiiltod In carrying Klltot to
the van, attractnl by thn sliotn, rushoil
back to tho vehlclo and atslntod in
overpowering him. In a strugglo with
in tho van Klllot had broken a glass
panol with his head, merely cutting
hit head and face. OH), er Clsclo sur
talnoil a serious cut on nls right arm,
two Inches of floeh being cat out of tho
fleshy part of tho arm. Ho suffered
considerably from loss of blood, but his
Injuries aro not sorfous. Tho van was
hurried to the emergency hospital,
whtro tho Inlurles of both Clsclo nnd
Klllot wero dressed. "?"
La to thin nltornoon'the police sur
goons, after a careful examination of
Klllot, certified that hn was Insane.
An onler was issued for his removal to
tho fit. KlUaboth hospital for tho In
sane, Ho was removed late this after
noon without trouble.
W. S. IUSSV.L MM).
Ux-I'ottmaster General Tints a Peace
lluflfllo, Oct. 8. Wilson 8. Illssoll,
ox-postmaster goner!, died at 10:16
o'clock Inst night. At about noon ho
mink Into n deep sloep, nnd It was with
dlllkulty tlmt ho was arouoed at inter
vals during the afternoon for nourish
ment and medicine. The ond catno
OHftlly and pcncitfully. Dr. Dowitt
Bhorman, tlio physician, who 1ms been
attending him dating hhrrocent illness,
and members of the family were at his
Mr. DIbmII suffered from complica
tions thought to be akin to Hrlght's
disease, although not well understood.
During tho latter part of his illncse,
numerous messages of inquiry wero re
colvod from ex-I'resldeut Cleveland
nnd mornlxsrs of the cabinet In which
Mr. Jllaaoll served as postmister y,un
I DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
Prices Same as Prineville
Wilson Shannon lllfell was born in
Now London, December 31. 1847.
Katlyln childhood ho went to Iluffalo
with his parents, returning to that city
to practice law alter his graduation
from Yale in 1800. Three years later
lie lor mod a partnership with Lyman
K. llass, Orovor Clovoland being ad
mitted to tho firm after It had been in
exlstanco a year. The name then be
camo llass, Clovoland & ISIssell, con
tinuing until Mr. Cleveland was
elected president and Mr. lists went to
Colorado, This necessitated tho rcor
ganlatlon pt the firm, which was at tho
tlmu of Mr. 11 1 swell's death Illssoll,
Carey ft Cooko.
Mr. Dltfoll was prominent in Demo
cratic politics, having been many times
a delegato to etato conventions, and a
presidential elector In 1881. In 1800
lio was a member of theeommltteo that
proposed an amendment to tho Judici
ary articles of tho constitution of New
York, rrelsdont Cleveland on March
0, 1803, appointed Mr. illssoll to tho
office of postmaster general, which posi
tion lie held until 1805, when ho
reelgnsd. -... i
POSTAL DEFICIT IS LAROQ.
CASTRO UVQNINQ UP.
Compel foreigner to Pay Taxes
aad Duties Twice.
Port of Spain. Island of Trinidad,
Oct. 7, Emissaries of President Cas
tro, of Vonoxuela, havo arrived at CIu
dad Bolivar, Venezuela, with orders to
collect forcibly not only tho taxes, but
custom house duties already paid by
Importers from May, 1003, to August
1, 1003, tho porlod during Which the
revolutionists occupied thatcUy as gov
ernment do facto. The amount de
manded is about (1,000,000.
Tho foroignora, especially tho firms
of Dlolim A Co., German; Palaisl A
Co., Italian, nnd Dalton A Co., Ameri
can, Iiavo refused to pay, alleging that
tho duties had been already legally
Monnros and voxhMoub tactics aro
mployod against tho foreigners, llerr
Hplck, a Gorman, rem cod to nay back
duties, nnd a cargo of rum belonging to
him, which was holng landed from n
steamer, was pelted by tho government
and sold nt public miction for nlmost
nothing, The Gorman merchant, In
this mnnnor, lest 121,000, Venezuelan
morchnnts who return to pay, having
no protection, nro imprisoned.
A rolgn of terror oxlata ovorywhore
at Cludtul Bolivar, uad coii60iiiontly
trade Ih pnralyieil,
Prosldont Castro's roprosonUitlvo nt
Cimlad Bolivar Is reportod saying:
"Germany nnd tho other foreign
powers obliged tho Vonoxuelan govern
ment to pay millions, Now it Is Von
oxuola who forcos tho Gormans and
other foroignora to rolmburso hor."
Total Transactions Pais Billion Marie for
the Flrtt Time.
Wellington, Oct. 8. Henry A. Cos
tlo, auditor of the postofllce depart
ment, today completed tho trial balance
for the fourth quarter of tho year,
which allows a final announcement of
tho Income and outgo of tho entire post
al Hirvlco for the fiscal year ended June
30. The footings aro ns follows:
Expenditures, 1138,784,487; re
ceipts, 134,SL'4,4t3; deficiency, tV
Tho total financial transactions of
the postal service foi tho year, includ
ing tho money order systom, are $1,
020,731,408, thus for the first timo
passing tho billion dollar mark.
Compared witli last year's figures,
tho aggregates aio; Increase in expen
ditures, 113.076,271 j increaeo in re
colpts, ?12,3I(l,20tJj Inctcaoein finan
cial transactions, (12,600,172.
During the six years of tho auditor's
Incubruoncy the aggregate financial
transactions which have been Bottled In
tho bateau amount to (6,000,000,000.
SULTAN'S DUUTORS ANORY.
Storm Losses Gnormous,
Torroon, Mex. Oct. 7. It la yet im
possible to estimate tho dnmngo dona
by thn recent Hood in tho Nncoa river
vnllov but tho flguroa will boonormous.
Tim destruction of crops up tho rlvor is
so comploto that It is snfo to Bay the
damage to cotton alone will reach
Because He Gives Liberally to 5t. Louis
London, Oct. 7. Tho Tangier corres
pondont of the limes aaya tho aultan of
Morocco has given a second Installment
of $50,000 to the American syndicate
which Is undertaking tho Moorish ex
hibit at tho St. Louis exposition. The
"This action on tho part of the aul
tan creates moch criticism hero, aa the
Moorish government, pleading tho ex
isting crlslo, has ref-isod to conaldor or
pay tho claims of the Europeans who
have suffered loes of property through
"I loarn that the powers have agreed
to loavo tho solution of tho existing
crisis to Franco, who will give tho nec
essary assistance to the sultan's govern
ment whon their resources shall bo fin
ished. Thuro la no question of n
Fronrh protectorate, but Franco will
naturally acquiro a preponderating in
tluonco in Moorish politics."
Royal Arch Masons In Session.
Little Rock Ark. Oct. 8, Tho 3 2d
trionninl convention of tho Gonornl
Grand chnptor of ltoyal Arch Masons
of tho UnlUd Gtntoa opened today.
Tho report of Christopher G. Fox of
Buffalo gonoral grand socrotary shows
that tho totnl number of afUdavitod
Royal Arch Mnsana ia 219,010, In tho
Inst threo yoara the rocolpts wore (438,
831 and the oxpondlturos (374,442.
Bend Mercantile Company
$ Am Hm GRANT, Manager
j Carries a Complete Stock of General
(3 firrrr?c, Prnvicinnc Drv firwlc- J n At ft nnrl
tfrf Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware, Saddlery, &e
(s Harness tjtj6jCejtj6jj6jtW
GENERAL 0UTF1TING SUPPLIES, ETC.
Cheaper Than Shingles
Doors, Window Sashes, Glass,
Paints, Oils, Etc.
$ BUTTER, EGGS AND FRUIT
i RonH Maitnanfilo P.nmnanu
A UOIIM I1IUI uuiiuiu uuiiipunj
Wxll Street, Bend, Oregon.
PRINEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE
DICK VANDUVORT, Proprietor.
CARRYING U. I MAIL AND PASSENGERS
leaves Prlncvillo Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Freight and passon
rcrs wnyblllod for llcnd, Lava, Roslaud nnd Silver Lake. Good rigs, careful
C. I. WINNEK, Agent.
THROUGH FROM BEND TO SHANIKO IN ONE DAY.
shaNIKo-priheville JTAfiF I IMF
PRINEVILLE-BEND O I rt U L L I If L
BOOTH & CORNETT
Ixnvo Shnnlko , Op. m
Arrive Prinovillo 0 a. in
Ixavo Prinovillo 1 p. in
Arrive Bond. GsUOp.m
Leave Bend fltSOn. m
Arrive prinovillo 12:00 m
Leave Prinovillo 1 p. m
Arrive Shaniko liN.m
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
CLAIMS ESTIMATED AND SOLD ESTIMATING! A SPEOIALTT
Kirsa & HUINTER
Timber Cruisers ami Land Locators
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; Oeneral Merchandise, Groceries, Clothing, Furnishing Ooods
Call on lllra Prices Right,