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BURN8. OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 7. ¡902.
• 1.50 far Year.
■ la Month. 7» Canta.
CMftM |C NCW "e discovered that it bad br*k*n
lion of a few miles of traak, when
LnUn lw RtW out at the very bed off Che River
all th* trsfiic would be under the
Falaiaa and about 200 yar<l* from '
Mes* From Everywhere forGreat
r«ilro«‘i influence anyway. It
the high road. Oqr party rode
is nut regarded as at all likely that I
Central Itali road
directly to the entranee of the era-
the Oregon Short Line will build Professor Mill’s Discoveries au
.ter. aa it was then quiescent. We
fresB Salt Lake City to Coos Bay,
saw that a great*! io* of the mount
unless it might be to keep out a
ain bad fallen, leaviug expoesd a
W. L. Green, second seeiatant to foe having designs on that route.
cliff In this cliff
Nardtaaro of Entry Daacription.
Chief Engineer Kinney, of the
Another railroad mentioned as a
Fort De France, Martinique, were live huge tunnel*, which were
Great Central Rrilroad Company, possible power behind the Coos Bay
May 28, 5 P. M_—A tremendous not smoking. The crater is a greal,
arrived from Detroit. Mich , with enterprise is the Burlington, which
sloping oval depression, from which
has long bad a desire to get to the expljaion of very black smoke from
hie family last night, and will make
smoke issues as it dees from the
Pacific Coset over its own tracks., Mount I'elee at 8 ;45 this morning
great carter, with the exception
bie residence in Portland, says the
But since the great harmonization accentuated the fear entertained for
Oregonian of May 28 Mre. Kinney achemea have been at work in the the safety of George Kennan, the that here there was tew ashes in
the smoke. The river Falaiea is
also came through with the Greene, railroad world, it was supposed the American author, who, with a land
boiling hot, and so muddy that 1*
to join her husband here. J. H.. Burlingtou bad been rendered pow-
weighed four pound*. Vol
party, has been examining the
Diers, who ha. been engaged In •»}••• U> build into territory a.aign-
of the nature of pumice
northern part of th* island. The
ed to the various transcontinental
Governor of Martinique was at once
JOHN «V BIGGH. Preaidant,
interests. Still, there have been
G Ko. FRY, Caaiiiar.
“Mr. Kennan witnessed ithe ex
Tacoma yesterday, and will be iden several announcements that the consulted with the object of ar
tified with the Cora Bay railroad Burlington would build a line into ranging for a rescue party to pro plosion of Monday uight and was
Ralph Green ia another member of Salt l«ake City, and, if it shall go ceed by land in connection with much interested in the phenomena.
the engineer force of the now rail there, it will be qualified to move the voyage along the coast of the The explosion was accompanied at
United States cruise' Cincinnati, intervals by a bright light, which
I road enterprise to reach Portland i xzs*
u 1 • s * az * toward
w *v ra * xa • the
* sxs v.*
v | to
v* * w such *•
on 1 further
( Incorporated )
such steps appear necessary. lasted for half an hour at a time.
Coo. Bay. But the
I offices in toe Worcester block about railroad affiliation* of the present At about 11 o’clock this morning, This light was steady, and illum
June 1, taking the rooms just vacat-1 time, as understood by the public, Ferdinando Cltrc, a wealthy land inated the entire mountain top.
•d by United States engineers on make it exteremely improbable ed proprietor of Martinique, arrived Profevaor Hill **v* he did not see
1 A General Banking Business Transacted.
here and announced that Mr. Ken this light. I left Mr. Kennan and
the sixth floor.
that the Burlington is (pending
♦ Directors: W. Y . King, I H Geer, Geo. Fry, W. K Trisch
. George Lyman Moody is the engi any money on this ’Coos Bay nan and bis pirty were safe on a hia party in good health and safe.
j. C. Welcome.
plantation at the uorlh end of the I : They seemed to be in no burry to
neer in charge of the survey force (cbeuie.
coins back to Fort de France.”
J that !«ft for Coot Bay on the steam- I ■ 'The Gould interests, which are
Professor Robert T. Hill. United ’ The explosion of thia morning
er Alliance Monday night,
distinctly out of harmony with both
States geologist and jaaad of the was accompanied by an enormous
came out from Erie. Pa.
the Harriman and theHill com
Another party will start for Coos bination* of railroad*, are deemed ! expedition sent to Martinique by : column of smoke, which rose fully
Pi asa l.iHii No. 70. K of P.
Bav in a day or two, going by way most likely to be supporting the the National Geographical Society, three miles into the air, but which
J M. M.MUU.BN,
Maaia every Tlniraday night.
Ros**burg, and establiabing a base operation* for a railroad to Coo* who left Fort de France Monday was largely hidden from the view
F. M. Jordan. C. C.
N M«U»r*l>M<l, K el K. 8.
of operations there. In this party j Bay from Salt Lake City. The on horseback for the volcano, re of the peeple uf Fort de France by
will be First Assistant Engineer Misaouri Pacific now gets into Salt turned here this morning, lie was a heavy cumulus. There wm con-
KUHNS CHARTER. NO. 4». O. K. H.
completely worn out by hia trip. aequentlv no panic here.
Maras,'eregaa. I Sears, Engineer I)ier« and C. A. Lake City over the Rio Grandes,
M m U ■•«'•nd sad fourth Monday of
The Britieh cruiser Indefatigable
Seblbretle, the right-of-way attor- which were acquired by the Gould* Speakingof his expedition to Mount
••eh Mowtti in Mssoaw ball, Voeglly
Main St — opposite Bank
here this morning to make
. nay for the company, whose home several months ago. No secret is
•«tiding Mrs. M.(gi« ¡«evens, W. M.
attempt to recover the Ixxly
ism Rorahurg. The work of mak rjade of th« fact that it .wants an
Mr*. Kaalce Tko*np««a, Me*.
Goneul at St. Pierre,
ing a recon noi sea nee of the route independent outlet to the Pacific 1
------------------------M ARBORI* a OKARY
BURNS LODGI. NO. *7, A. F. « A. M. m
the archives of the
will be puahrd vigornuly from now Ocean. The Gould* can build the
Mast« Saturday oa *r tutor* full moon.
* u M t U...
;.b. W o..ry,
the explosion of this
un to th* middleof August, bv which road to Coos Bay if they want to.
QualiAod brotkar* (wear nal I y invitad,
P^yoiriuno A Surgeon».
made it im
’clock Monday night I witnessed,
lim** a report must be mude that do so, they can make the beet use 'o
*:. K. K««y**. W. M.
F. 8. Ulular,
from a point near the ruins of St. possible to effect a landing there.
[ of Buch a line, as well as the branch
'Ortie* •( r*«i<l«nc*. '¡‘liona 20.
will be built to Salt Lake C<ty or i to Portland ; therefore, it ia strong Pierre, a frightful explosion from An Italian warship is now coming
Bl'RNK LODGK. NO. 1*3, A. O. U. W. |
Mount Pelee. aud noted the accom-!I into the -harbor
ly believed that the Goulds are
Meat* at Rrown hall ev«rv Friday eve
“In these prosperuus time* I find supporting present operations look- panyiiig phenomena. While these : So many people have left Fort
Viaitinc brothers fraternally in- glows a atoes.
»i. . I rtuuMuut
man de France that the town is new al
i con*id*r*ble difficulty in getting ing toward , a railroad
vled. That. Hegars, W. M. Chea. N.
over that' ,
I. W Blgt*
the most empty.
engineer*,” «aid Chief Engineer
Cash rane, K a aarder.
Attorney e-af-I m *,
i- 'crater of the volcano. Following,
'Kinney yesterday. “Competent
Another possibility is also dis-1
HARNRY LOhGK. NO 77, I. O. O F.
engineer* cannot be picked from cussed—that there is no substantial the salvos of detonations from the i ; INCREASES T11FCOINAGE
Me«la ev«ry Haturdav atening. Brown'«
every bush. That i**by I am get interest at all behind the enterprise. I mountain gigantic tndshroom-shap-:
Vi«iti«t brother« (rwt«ra«llv in- , «^POfllce in Bank building.
Frank O JaekauB, N. G.
tingmen from Alaeka, from various The hard fact that considerable J ed columns of sinoki and cinders 1 House Passes The Hill Financial
C. G. Sauk. H«cr*tary.
parts of the East and locally. But , money is actually being spent on ascended into the clear, star-lit sky,
yyiujAMs a fitx « bbald
I am getting a good force together the pruject, however, leaves little and then spread, in a vast black
TUI E CIUCLK. NO IM. WOMEN OF
we will pueb the work right ground for the croakers to stand sheet, to the south and directi v ' Washington, May 29—TheHouse
Waodcraft. M m U 2nd and 4th Tn««-1 Tharataa William..
over my heal. Through this sheet, I today parsed the bill to increase ...
da* «t Rrown'« hall. Mr«. Tillis Jordan, ,
Mr«. Ian* Whiting.
which extended a distance of 10' the subsidiary ailver.eeir.age. Th«
There ar* all kinda of guessing
Law, Notarial and Real ¿'tints
It has been intimated that the
as to the Eastern railroad power Portland arm of this railroad would miles from the crater, vivid and ' Democrats directed their tight chief
that is alleged to be supporting this be likely to enter the city on the¡ awful lightning-like bolts Hashed1 ly against the provision to recoin
the standard silver dollars into
Sunday School at Harney the gÄ^Office in old Masonic building scheme for a line between Coos eaat side of the Willamette, and with alarming frequency. They
subsidiary coiu as public .arceesi-
Bay aud Salt Lake City, including this has given rise to the suspicion
first Sunday of each month st 10 I
ties might require. A halt dozen
an extension to Portland. Though that the recent purchases of real i
o’clock, A. M
On the second,
rollcalls were forced. S qbm of the
third and fourth Sundays of each P M JORDAN.
I thia is an enterprise practically the ! estate along the river above and le- <
New York Democrats voted for the
same as that B J. Pengra was pro low Inman. Poulsen & Co.'s saw
month at 3 o'clock P. M
previous question, but voted with
moting when he was in Portland mill mav have been in the interest
ing aervirae every second Sunday
Practical Land Surveyor.
their colicaguewon a motion to re-
about three months ago, it is Baid of this mysterious new railroad.
at 8 P. M.
they have left the crater.' This is cracmit with instructions to strike
i that he has absolutely no connec
At the Presbyterian church
a most important observation,<nd out the provision relating to the
tion with thia project. Aod it is
GREAT RUSH FOR LAND
Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pintor.
explains in part the awful catas recoinage of silver dollars. The
not believed that two railroads arc
Devine services the third and fourth g W. MILLS*.
to be built between Coos Bay and Occasioned by Prospect of Co- trophe. This phenomenon is en text of the bill is a* follows:
I tirely new in volcanic h’stcry.
Sundays of each month at 11a. tn.
“That the Secretary of the Treas
Salt Lake very toon. It is certain
lumaia Stout tie rn Exteuston.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
and 7:30 p. tu. Sabbath school at
“I took many photographs, but ury is hereby authorized to coin
that people who have no connection
IO a. ui. every Sabbath morning.
silveribuklion in thr Treasury,
not hesitate to acknowledge that 'the
with Mr. Pengra have been taking
A* an indication of ths way peo
under the act of July 14,
Preaching services at the Baptist
options for a lot of property in the ple are discounting the extension
» 1890, into such denominations of
church every Island 2nd Sundays,
j Coos Bay country, and the term of
of the Columbia Southern Railroad newspaper correspondents, who subsidiary silver ceiuage as be may
morning and evening. Sunday
1 thoae options seems to hav* been
school every Sunday at 10 a. tn. H. VOLP.A. M.M.D. fixed with reference to the date up the Deschutes Valley, President were close to Morne Rouge some deem necessary to meet public re
I Lytle has just obtained a state I hours before me, became scared, ran quirements, and hereafter. as pub-
prayer meeting every Thursday
, when thedecisiou ia expected to be
ment from The Dalles land office three miles down the mountain. 1 lie necessities may demand, to re
Physician and Surf aon,
■ made aa to whelher this enterprise
showing that 19U,9G0 acres of pub I and hastened into Fort de France. coin silver dollars into subeua.arv
will go forward or not.
Services at Christian Science
lic land have been taken by indi The people on the north end of the coins, and so much of any act as
(^Offici at residence.
In the speculation regarding the
Hall, corner east of the Bank, every Burns,
viduals since the first of last No i island are terrified and are fleeing fixes a limit to the aggregate of
paternity of this project three rail
Sunday at 11a. us. and 8 p. in.
vember, says the Oregonian. There wi^“their cattls and effects, . I subsidiary silver coin outstanding,
roads are mentioned. One ia the
Service Wednesday evenings at 8. i
were 1022 homestead entries, cover-[ spent Tuesday night in a house at andaomuch of any act as directs
WANTRD-TRt'STWORTRY MKN AND Oregon Short Line, which has been
I Wo«B<u|la trawl and advarllaa far old aslab-
ing 1G3,32O acres, and -09 timber peux Choux, with a crowd of 2001 the coinage of any portion of the
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' ll.hod hau.< af .«lid Suanrlal »landlag. Salary credited with a desire to penetrate
entries, covering 33,-
| 1700a ya r and .ivau.a., all payabla lu ra.h.
”,440 acres. This frightened refugees.
! bullion purchased ulidar the aet of
No wuratiing raqulr.d wiw rafaranta. and the remete region of Eastern Oregon
aarloM .aU-addrv..ad .tampan eawlopad.
does not include land »elected by
-X<arly all xhe phenomena of Julv 14, 1890, into standard silver
Addrv.a Maaagar, AU Caston Bldg. Chlaago.
aud also to reach the timber and ?
irrigation companies nor timber .*....
.«— •- outbreaks
— •».— , ai«
new dollars is hsrsby repealed.’’
coal of th« C oob Bay section. But
WAMTRII—SRVRRAl. VERSONS QT CHAR- the Oregon Short Line would hard
to science, and many of them have
actor aud good reputation In earn .tat.tene lu
of this land lies in Crook County, not yet been explained. The vol- | A swell lino of ladiee dress goods
Ibla oaunly rooulraditj ropra.anl aud adwrllao
old auabll.hod wealthy bu.lnaa. houM ofeoltd ly start from Salt Lake City to but a small part of it is in Wasco.
| Snanaial .landing Salary 11* S* weakly with
cano is still intensely active, and I for Summer just received by N
oipan.v. additional, all payable In <-aafi each • build such a lir.e, half of which I
Wodua.dav direct from bead office.. Horace would he through a country that i
cannot make any predictions as to Brown A Sons.
and carriage, rural.bed. when neceaaar» Ref
in the Lakeview land district, oc what it will do.”
eroneea. Knctoae aolf addreaaod .tamped en
no traffic. It could
velope Manager, it* Cattan Building, Cbicagti. ■ would yield
casioned by t* • pre neet that the
The story related by Ferdinando
If you ¿«sire to trade for, ar buy
get in from Ontario to much better
Columbia Southern * >uld build to Clerc is also interesting Mr. Clerc
ira ble town property call at thia
advantage. And aince the Oregon
Bend. Though Bend is some 25 nays:
Short Line and the Southern Paci-
miles north of the northern bound
“Mr. Kennan ami bis party have'
ary of ibe Lakeview district, the , been with me. We got around ¿be! Extra drv granulatoti eane auger
| fold it would seoiu a bit incongrous
12 pound« for 11. N. Brown J: Suua.
Co itinued ou fourth page.
mountain and reached the new cra-
to build cd many hundreds of milei
Geer & Cummins
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