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Schooner Orion Cot hn.n l>y the Ship
New Life Saving Device That H hm Been
St. Paul, Oct. 4.—A very ingenious
A REIGN OF TERROR
Downing, Hopkins & Company’s Review
St. Michael* for Lacl*
Astoria, Oct. 6.—Shortly after 4
San Francisco, Oct. 4.—The revenue
have had something of a slump
Electric Power on the Sum o'clock this afternoon, just as she sin and valuable contrivance for the saving Americans Compelled to Flee in We
cutter Rush arrived from Unalaska to
completing one of the fastest trans of life by pieventing railroad accidents
mit of Chilkoot Trail.
to several causes, chief among which day, bringing the latest news from St.
through the forgetfulness of trainmen,
pacific sailing trips on record, the big
being the yellow fever scare, a decided Michaels and the Yukon that came to
four-masted German ship Peru crashed , has been invented. Thu machine has
of speculation, and increased Unalaska from the north bv the Alaska
into the little coasting schooner Orion, just Btood a very severe test on the
both winter and spring Commercial Company’s steamer Bertha.
PO KT I.A N D-J U N E A U E NT E RPR ISE cutting her in two, and sending her to Great Northern railroad, after having ACTS OF CRUELTY PERPETRATED
The Bertha left St. Michaels Septem
wheat sections. News, however, could
the bottom immeidately.
ber 14. On the 13th the steamer C.
When the little vessel was struck by on the St. Paul & Duluth road. Prac
bearish, and had not the bulls taken H. Hamilton, belonging to the Chicago
Company Organize«! to Transport the big steel ship, the captain was tical railroad men have given strong Barrios* Manner of Carrying on War
fright so easily and dumped their hold corporation, returned to St. Michaels
Freight anti PuneBgers Over
Bringing Devastation Upon the
thrown across the deck, badly bruised, indorsements to the device after seeing
ings on a narrow market, we should and reported that she was unable to
the Worst Mile.
Country —No Hope for Peace.
and every one of his four men were
seen an advance instead of a de ascend the Yukon above the fl’ats near
The object of the device is to provide
Foreigners have been good Fort Yukon. Her passengersand cargo
Portland Or., Get. 4.—Ample fa knocked about and more or less seri an accurate and reliable reminder sig
San Francisco, Oct. 4.—The steamer cline.
on the decline, and could were unloaded at Fort Yukon, and were
cilities for the tran°[M>rtation of freight
nal and distance indicator for locomo San Blas arrived from Central Ameri
and passengers over Chilkoot pass will ing ropes of the German hark, ami tives by which engineers are prevented can ports today with the first authentic our people get rid of the idea that awaiting the arrival of the Alaska Com
be provided bv a Port land-Juneau climbed aboard, ami thus made their from forgetting their train orders as to details of the revolution in Guatemala. wheat ie high, and inaugurate a buying mercial Company’s steamers Margaret
company, in time for the rush to the escape. Captain Nelson was loath to stopping or meeting places. The mech The revolution broke out on September movement, we should see a sharp and and Alice for transportation to Dawson
sav who he thought was to blame for
Exports have been , City. These steamers, being of lighter
Yukon next season.
6, and was participated in by several rapid adavnce.
He avers that his anism is simple, but positively connect departments, viz: San Marcos, Quezal- large, amounting to 5,628,000 bushels : draught, will get to Dawson City Sep-
Articles incorporating the Dyea-Klon- the collision.
! tember 20.
dike Transportation Company were schooner was on her course for Shoal accurately mesauritig the distance trav tenango, Huehiietenange, Tatonioopan, for the week. The world’s shipments
At St. Michaels, despite the presence
amounted to 9,600,000 bushels, while
tiled here. The objects of the corpora water bay. The weather was perfectly eled.
Mazakenango, Ouiehe and Salola.
over 300 persons, order prevailed,
tion are announced as follows:
The revolt was o|>ened with an attack
The dial is placed in front of the en
“To conduct a general transportation dent occurred north of the lightship, gineer, showing correctly the distance upon the out|M>sts of Quezaltenango and bushels. The English visible also in and the presence of the revenue cutter
business from the headwaters of Lynn some 12 or 15 miles oil the mouth of traveled. Above the smaller of two other districts, which proved eminently creased 126,000 for the week. Our vis Bear was regarded as an additional
I guarantee to prevent any trouble. A
canal, Alaska, too all points in Alaska, the river.
dials are placed 15 triggers or dogs, successful. The revolutionists, how ible supply is now 19,000,000 bushels, i number of the Hamilton’s passengers
aud in British North America, and to
ever, withdrew to gather reinforce
man bark, and the captain declined to pivoted at equal distances around tbe ments from the surrounding country, while our exports are nearly 2,0000,000 were landed at Mi nook creek, where
carry freight and passengers.
I quite a big strike is reported, and
“To acquire, build, locate and oper
When the engineer receives his or and three days after the first shot was bushels a month. Take these facts into
ate tramways, bridges, wagon roads, schooner laid his case before the Brit ders, he sets one or more of these trig fired, the governtqetjt sent the follow consideration,aud note also that France where there are plenty of provisions
sawmills, etc.; to navigate the Yukon ish vice-consul here tonight, ami the gers to a point one mile short of the ing into the field: General L. G. Leon, will have to import at least 80,000,000 I for the whole party.
The Bear will remain at St. Michaels
river and its tributaries from St Mi matter will be thoroughly inevstigated. distance to he traveled before reaching with 1,500 ineh; General S. Toledo, bushels, Russia’s ex|>ortable surplus on
chaels to Dawson City, and to purchase, The shipwrecked crew are now at a the stopping place. The mileage indi with 42 pieceB of artillery and 2,000 I the present crop is estimated at only until the arrival of the Humboldt, with
build and operate all manner of vessels hotel in Astoria, without a cent of cator, on reaching such point, releases men.' One battery promptly deserted 60,000,000 bushels, or less than half of troops for the garrison.
The disabled steamer Eliza Anderson
between Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Ju money or clothes other than what was the trigger, which starts a signal whistle to the enemy after leaving the city.
We have had a rather featureless will remain at Unalaska until next
neau, Dyea, Skaguay and St. Michaels. on their backs at the time of the colli I blowing. This continues to blow for
On September 9, J. Castillo, aid to
Capital stock. $250,000.”
Morales, arrived on the scene with an market in corn, and values have ruled 1 spring.
The Orion was en route from San one-quarter of a mile, promptly warn immense force of malcontents from rather dull and lifeless within a narrow
The steamer Portland was at Dutch
Although the announcement of ob
ing the engineer of the near approach
when the Rush left Unalaska.
jects is made to cover a wide field, the
to a stopping place. If the engineer is neighboring provinces, and, after a
coni|>any'B present attention is directed last, and at the time of the accident inattentive and fails to stop when this sharp engagement, took the city of large, with a good demand. Ex]*orts Coal being scarce she was unable to
solely to providing means for the trans was on the starboard tack, steering by last mile has been run over, the ma Quezaltenango.
Meanwhile, Barrios continue to lie heavy, the clearances for continue her voyage to St. Michaels,
fer of Klondike™ and their outfits over the wind. While the reticence of the chine sets the air brake and stops the was carrying matters with a high hand the past week aggregating 5,628,000 but the passengers were sent north on
the Alaska Commercial Company’s
the most difficult portion of their jour men in charge of the vessel makes it train for him.
A train similarly among the rebels within the citadel. bushels, the low price proving to lie
ney, which is from the steamer at difficult to get at ti^ exact cause of the equipped coming in the opposite direc Needing money, he applied to Don Juan quite attractive to foreign importers. steamer Bertha. The Portland will
Dyea, over the pass to Lake Linde disaster, it is apparent from what little tion would he stopped in the same Apricio, a well-known capitalist, The visible increaseed 1,860,000 bush probably return to Seattle without pro
ceeding to St. Michaels. The steamer
mann Construction is already begun, information they volunteer that there manner. The device can be made to through the medium of General Roque els for the week.
frames and machinery she carried will
a wharf being well under way at Dyea,
run forward or backward. For foggy Morales, who is noted for his cruelty.
and the work of putting up a5,000-foot the vessels, which prevented their hav or stormy weather, or for darkness, the Knowing that the loan would mean his eral dullness that has prevailed and tbe be landed at Dutch harbor, aud a new
cable tramway at the pass itself being ing sea room until it was too late to device is coi sidered especially valuable financial ruin, Apricio hesitated, and market is very quiet, but has a firm cargo of planking to replace that lost
on the schooner Hueneme will be sent
started. The company announces that avoid a collision.
for ordinary road use, although its life was promptly taken to the castle and undertone that needs only a fair buying north, so that the steamer for the Yu
it will be ready for business by Feb
saving feature was the point at first strung up by the thumbs. Upon re
fusal to accede to the demands made ket. Receipts of hogs are somewhat kon can be built at Dutch harbor dur-
ruary 1, by which time it will be in could not ire much damaged by the en sought for by Mr. Wallace.
shape to handle, if necessary, the out
him, Apricio was lashed until lie larger than intimated and of good qual i ing the winter.
After a trial on the St. Paul & Du
The Rush reports that 12 British
fits of 20,000 people a month, doing sel, but she came out of the collision luth, and trials on the Fergus Falls fainted from the torture, and, still be ity. There ie a good demand from
took 9,839 seals, and three
the work at a reasonable figure.
division of the Great Northern, the new ing olslurate when he recovered his
Members of the company make the missing. Tbe Peru was on her wav to invention was given an unusual test on senses, Morales cursed him and shot this will probably increase heavily as American schooners obtained 875 skins.
Tbe Orion was a small
the recent trip of President Hill to the him dead. His many friends, however, soon as cold weather sets in.
Provision* at Uawion.
“The trip from Dyea to Lake Linde three-masted schooner, of 117 tons reg coast and back. For this trip, the new had their revenge shortly afterward, for
Victoria, B. C., Oct. 4.—William
when the city of Quezaltenango was
mann has been made by a man with an
Ogilvie, Dominion government survey
The Peru is a steel ship of 2.093 scheme, with one engine, No. 663, with taken, Roque Morales was shot without
Wheat—Walla Walla, 75c; Val or in the Yukon country, arrived in
ordinary outfit, amply provided with
Engineer John Wilbane for the entire i
packers. We do not propose to lessen
trip, was tried, and the new life-safing
Victoria this morning. He says there
Flour—Best grades, $4.50; graham, are provisions enough at Dawson for
this time very much, but we do pro feet beam, 28.9 feet hold.
device was on the engine. For 1,820 tions of cruelty to women, the wives
pose to take over a very much larger
New Yukon Railroads.
miles to Seattle on the Great Northern, and slaves of men who had joined the $3.70; superfine, $2.50 per barrel.
4,000 people for the winter. When he
Oats—Choice white, 82® 84c; choice left Dawson, July 15, there were 8,000
tonnage than could otherwise be taken
New York, Oct. 4.—A dispatch from 170 to Portland on the Norhtern Pacific, revolutionists, are made against the dic
gray, 80 @ 32c per bushel.
in the same time. When finished, our Montreal says: Application will be 450 to Spokane on the O. R. & N., and , tator Barrios.
there, but if, as it is reported, many
The San Blas brought a party of 14
Barley—Feed barley, $19@20; brew have left since then, the situation will
cable tramway, which will be quite made to the Dominion parliament next through Montana and back to St. Paul,
similar to those used at some of the session for a bill to incorporate a com the new device measured all distances ■ Americans from the scene of the revolu ing, $20 per ton.
not lie so bad as feared. He says there
Millstuffs—Bran, $14 per ton; is no use in trying to take in food with
big mines on mountain sides, will ex pany for the purpose of constructing with accuracy, and by other tests com tion, all of whom agree that it will be
tend from Sheep Camp to the summit, and oj>erating a railway from a point pletely demonstrated its ability to do a long time before peace is again re middlings, $21; shorts, $15.50.
dog trains. Mr. Ogilvie will probably
cutting off a distance of four miles as near the head of Chilkoot inlet, on the all claimed for it President Hill has stored. Four of the party left Quezalt-
Hay—Timothy, $12@ 12.50; clover, sail for Skaguay tomorrow morning on
$10 the steamer Quadra.
at present traveled. Our immediate Lynn canal, to the rapids on the Yukon approved it with considerable enthusi nango after the town had been sur- $10@ll; California
attention, however, will be directed to river, following as closely as practic asm, as have other officials on his road, i i rounded by government troops and or do oat, $11; Oregon wild hay, $9®
Inspector Wood, of the Northwest
4 the most difficult part of the ascent, a able Dalton’s trail, with power to con During the past few months, this new ders had been issued that no one should 10 per ton.
mounted police, who is in command of
stretch of about 5,000 feet, over which struct and operate branch lines, bridges, device has been used successfully on
the force that will accompany Major
Butter—Fancy creamery, 45®47^c; Walsh, Dominion administrator of the
we shall be ready to operate by Feb wharves, telegraph and telephone lines, over 10,000 miles of road. A feature I Americans are thrown into jail on the
ruary 1. We shall use the water fall steamboats and other cratt on the lakes of the test is that it has been made I slightest provocation, on the ground fair to good, 35®40c; dairy, 25®85c Yukon, arrived here today. He states
that they are plotting against Barrios, per roll.
of the Dyea river to convey electric and tributaries of the Yukon river, with the inventor’s woiking model.
that Major Walsh and Hon. Clifford
and say that nine Americans were in
Young Sifton, minister of the interior, will ar
j>ower to our plant.
I The promoters are a syndicate of
prison at Quezaltenango. The mer America, 12%c; California, 9® 10c per rive here tomorrow, and will leave im
“Though the short period that is al wealthy men.
Admiral Beardalee Report*.
chants of Guatemala City are expecting pound.
lowed our company for preparation
Latest reports received at Ottawa of
mediately for the Yukon on the Quadra.
Washington, Oct. 4. — Admiral a siege at any time, and have made
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $2.00® Besides several more members of the
gives us time only to overcome the the progress of the Crow’s Nest pass Beardslee, who has been in
broilers, $.150@2; mounted |>olice, a number of halfbreed
worst difficulty of the trip, yet we have railway construction are to the effect of the Pacific station three
years, re- business at a moment’s notice.
ducks, $3® 4 per guides and dog drivers also arrived.
ample means to do more as may be that work on the first 100 miles is very turned to Washington today
live, 8® 9c
justified by the progress of business. far advanced, and that there is no u|x>n Secretary Long and
per Inspector Wood states that he has or
When this route is open it will be pos- question but the company will be able Sherman,
ders to go along the trail as far as pos
With the latter he went to
Potatoes.—Otegon Burbanks, 40® sible, and then come back and report
' sible for any number of people to go to realize its purpose of completing this the White House and called upon
45c per Back; new potatoes, 50c per as quickly as he can. Tbe party wilt
from here to Dawson with their outfits section before the close of the present dent McKinley. The admiral,
in a May Hasten the Completion of the Nic sack; sweets, $1 .40 per cental.
at less than half the cost of the trip via season.
travel by dog trains.
short time, will make a formal report
Onions—California, new, red, $1.25;
St. Michaels, without an outfit, at the
to Secretary Long, giving his views
yellow, 80c per cental.
same time saving 20 days.
ATTACKED BY STRIKERS.
Willow Springs, Mo., Oct. 6.—A and opinions on the Hawaiian situa- that a bill has been passed by the con
Hops—13 @ 15c per pound for new
“From Portland to Dawson via Chil
koot Pass the distance is only 1,700 prairie schooner containing seven per gained during his long stay at the is franchise to the Atlas Steamship Com crop; 1896 crop, 6@7c.
Ed w»rd*vllle, III.,
Wool—Valley, 14@15c per pound;
miles; via St. Michaels it is 8,700 sons was run down in Dead Man’s cul
Eastern Oregon, 10® 12c; mohair, 20c
miles. It takes five weeks at least to today by a train on the Kansas City, to have a general review from such an
steam navigation of the Rio San Juan per pound.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 4.—Early to
make the trip via St. Michaels, and Fort Scott & Memphis road. Six per-
Mutton—Gross, best sheep, wethers day the miners in the employ of the
not over 15 days is required by the pass sons were instantly ki.led and sev- Admiral Beardsiee.
channel at various joints and also to and ewes, 2t<4®2%c; dresser! mutton, Madison Coal Company at Edwards
when the lakes and rivers are open. enth fatally injured.
construct a railroad from the Silicon 5c: spring lambs, 5}^ per pound.
ville, III., while going to Work were
Another important saving of time is were: Philip L. Wooten, Philip Woot-
to annexation, the admiral said today lagoon to the river, cannot be officially
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, $4.50; attacked by strikers, including 80 or
in the fact that one can get over the en, jr., Amanda Wooten, Dora Wooten,
light and feeders, $8®4; dressed, $5® more women sympathizers. The strik
Chilkoot and land supplies at Dawson Mrs. Frances Malhrey and infant child that it amounts to little. The substan
tial business interests on the islands,
ers threw stones and red popper and
5.o0 ¡>er 100 pounds.
two months before the first steamer gets
with few exceptions, favor annexation. a concession to the Atlas company, that
Beef—Gross, top steers, $2.75@8; beat their opponents with clubs.
up the Yukon from St. Michaels,which so badly hurt that she cannot live.
action may arouBe quite a diplomatic cows $2.25; dressed beef, 4®digc per "Scotty” McAllison had hia skull
is usually not before the middle of The train was stopped and the remains
discussion between representatives of pound.
Sold Her Huaband.
crushed, and numerous others were cut
July. The St. Michaels route is open of the dead and injured were brought
the Greater Republic of Central Ameri
lmt four months of the year, whilo the
ca and the United States.
The miners fought as best they could
Chilkoot will practically l>e open all proper signals for crossings were given, Ì Post-Dispatch, John A. Truitt, a con
The solution of the complications
with their tin dinner pails, and were
the year around when our line is com but were not heard. The persons killed ductor on the Northern Centrul electric
into which the three governments are
finally allowed to go to work. After
pleted. We do not advise the trip be live in Texas county, Mo., and were on street-car line, was sold by hie wife for drifting may be a treaty between tbe
the attack the strikers and women
their way to Arkansas to pick cotton.
ing made before February, however.
Butter—Fancy native creamery, formed in line and marched through the
she loves the man more than his wife United States and the Greater Republic briok, 24®25c; ranch, 14® 16c.
“One of the delays heretofore encoun
streets of Edwardsville shouting and
does. The deal was the sequel to the for tlie completion of the Nicaragua
tered in the overland trip is the neces
Cheese— Native Washington, 10® singing. No arrests were made.
London, Oct. 6.—A special dispatch following remarkable statement made canal by this government,
sity of building boats at the lake. Ten
It is stated by persons familiar with 11c; California, 9*^0.
The strikers, more than 300, with
days is usually required for this, from Madrid, published here this after to Mrs. Truitt by a Mrs. Stevens, who Nicaragua canal affairs that either the
Eggs—Fresh ranch, 22a
the women, far outnumbered the work
though it was much longer this year,
“Mrs. Truitt: I love your husband. United States or the Nicaragua Canal
ers, who were guarded by a force of
owing to the rush, and the price was view between a newspaper correspond
Company will institute an inquiry con hens, 10c; spring chickens, $2.50 deputy sheriffs on the way to the mine.
prohibitive to a great number of travel ent and an un-named member of the and 1 want him. I have traveled the cerning the grant to the Atlas company. @3; ducks, $8.50®8.75.
T. W. McCune, a deputy sheriff, in the
ers. This company will be able either new Spanish cabinet. The latter is world over, and he is the first man I These two waterways (the San Juan
Wheat—Feed wheat, $28® 29 per ton. escorting posse, was disarmed and
to furnish boats, or lumber forthem, or quoted as saying that Senor Sagasta ever loved. I will give you $4,000 cash river and Lake Nicaragua) are said to
Oats—Choice, per ton, $22.
dragged to one side, where a crowd of
him if you will give him up.”
it will transport to the summit any will carry out the Cuban reforms pro for Truitt'
Corn—Whole, $28; cracked, per ton, irate strikers beat him until be was al
who is the father‘ of four form two of the links of what will ulti-
*knocked-down’ boats included in the posed by Martinez de Campos 10 yearB
$28; feed meal, $23 per ton.
miners’ outfits. It has never been pos ago, but would not consent to a cus children, seems to agree to the deal. tna*e'7 be the-Nicaragua canal.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton, armed the sheriff’s officers took their
sible heretofore to take a boat over the
drubbing without making any attempt
pass, exoept by piecemeal, which don’t and Cuba, and if the former was not Truitt, knowing that her husband loved ceive,l a report from Consul O’Hara, of
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed beef, to use their arms. They were outnum
¡concessions granted to the British com steers, 6c; cows, 5J^c; mutton sheep, bered ten to one, but they fought with
“A most important part of the work as the Spanish navy is regarded equal •wallowing a big dose of morphine.
pork, 7c; veal, small, 6.
pany, and stating that it embraced vari
we are doing is the construction of a
Fresh Fish—Halibut, 5c; salmon,
Had a shot been fired the consequen
w harf at Dyea. It will have 200 feet States.
lagoon, the San Juan river and Lake 3^c; salmon trout, 7® 10c; flounders ces would have been fearful, as the
frontage and the approach will be 1,700
Heal. Are Plentiful.
Nicaragua. Since then additional in and sole, 3®4; ling cod, 4®5; rock strikers were frenzied.
feet in length. Any steamer will be
Victoria, B. C., Oct. 6.—Captain that the Canadian Pacific Company in formation has become available as to cod, 5c; smelt, 2*^®4c.
able to dock at this wharf, thereby sav Cox, of the sealing schooner Triumph, tends without delay to extend the rail tbe plans of the Atlas company.
ing tbe heavy expense and great loss of which has returned from Behring sea road into Rossland, B. C., and that
San Francisco Markets.
New York, Oct. 4.—A dispatch to
time to both passengers and steamship with 1,159 skins, says skins are plenti capitalists closely identified with the
Wool—Choice foothill, 8® 12c; San the Herald from Havana says: Opera
Cuban« Treating for Peace.
people, of lighterage, as at present. ful in the sea; there is as many there railway company have partly completed
6 months’ 5® 7c; do year’s tions in the four western provinces of
London, Oct. 4.—A special from
Had it not been for wprk already dona this season as there ever were. But for arrangements for the erection of a large
9c; mountain, 10® 12c; Ore Cuba have been absolutely suspended
by Juneau people it would have been some cause or other they are very rest smelter on the Columbia river, which Madrid says a rumor prevails there to gon, 12® 14c per pound.
during the last few days on account of
almost impossible to have completed less.
In the Triumph's catch were
a severe storm that swept over this end
Hope—11® 14c per pound.
this work in time for the early travel four or five skins from which the hair
of the island. In the suburbs of Ha
had been burned off the back. They will be connected with the smelter by government from the leaders of thb Cu California bran, $14® 15 per ton.
vana nearly 20 persons have been
The Canadian ban insurgents, suggesting the basis of
About $10,000,000 in gold is now were not branded, but there is an iron an aerial tramway.
Onions—New red, 70®80o; do new drowned by the flooda, and in country
districts many lives and much property
concealed in the teeth of people in the mark from which the fur was burned,
silverskin, 85c®$l per cental.
methods in the Slocan country.
seemingly by electricity.
has been losL
Potatoes—New, in boxes, 80® 80c.
Carllat* Ready to Strike.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 27® 28c; do
Indieted for Iaireeny.
Locomotive Boiler Exploded.
London, Oct. 4.—The Daily Mail, in
Deed of a Fool.
seconds, 25®26c; fancy dairy, 28® 24c;
Seattle, Oct. 4. — A Times corre
Astoria, Or., Oct. 4.—The grand jury
Vancouver. B. C., Oct 4.—A fata) good to choice, 20® 22c per pound.
Denver, Oct. 6.—About 10 o’clock its special from Madrid, says: The
spondent, who returned last evening
today returned a true bill in the case
symptoms of Carlist agitation are every accident happened on the Canadian Pa
Eggs—Store, 20®26c; ranch, 32® from the vicinity of the Mount Baker
of B. L. Ward and W. O. Howell, last night Thomas H. Burch shot and day becoming more manifest and at cific railroad today near White’s creek
84o; Eastern, 18® 25; duck, 20o per gold discoveries, says that there is no
treasurer and deputy treasurer, respec
tracting the attention ot the Spanish
doubt that great strikes bave been
tively, of this county. The indictment shooting occurred on a ranch owned by government. Carlist emissaries are in Bend. The boiler of engine 854,which dosen.
Citrus fruit—Oranges, Valencias, made, and says he believes the claim
chargee them with the larceny of public Burcb, about four miles north of here. the province of Navarre and Castleton, was hauling an eastbound freight train,
Burch was watching for thieves who
$1.50®8;Mexican limes, $4.50® 5;Cali- that some of the quarto will run $18,
money to the amount of $11,953.
had been stealing apples faom his or where the party has its strongest sup exploded, and Brakeman George Elson, fornia lemons, fancy,$2.50;do common, 000 to tbe ton ie not an exaggeration.
Found Dead in His Room.
chard, and thinking Martin was one of porters. There is the beat reason for
$1®2 per box.
He says that upwards of 1,000 men are
Baker City, Or., Oct. 4.— William them, he fired at him with a double- believing that the signal for a rising thrown over a bank, sustaining injuries i Hay—Wheat, $12® 15: wheat and oat, now in the district, and more are rash
F. Hoey, aged 40, was found dead in barreled shotgun. Burch is a promin will soon be given. The revolt will from which he shortly afterward suc $11® 14; oat, $10® 12; river barley, ing in, despite the fact that tbe snow
The engineer and fireman $7®8; best barley, $10® 12; alfalfa, has commenced to fly and the cold to
hie room in a lodging-house this even- ent man and is well to do. He gave probably occur in Navarre or Castle cumbed.
weie slightly scalded.
. himself up.
$899.50 clover, $8® 10.