The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, February 24, 1899, Image 2

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    Yamhill County Reporter
D.
I. ASBCRY, Publisher.
OF
RECENT
OCCURRENCE.
Chaplain John R. Thompson, of the
First Washington infantry at Manila,
died Monday.
The war department has issued an
order mustering out of service all the
volunteers now in the United States.
Ethan Allen Hitchcock, of Missouri,
lias taken the prescribed oath and en­
tered upon his duties as secretary of
the interior.
The house committee on appropria­
tions has ordered a favorable report on
the bill to pay Spain *29,000,000 for
the Philippines.
Agoncillo, the Filipino delegate, ar­
rived in New York Monday from Mon­
treal. Agoncillo expects to sail for
England in a few days.
The senate committee haB reported
favorably an amendment to the sundry
civil bill pioviding for the laying of a
cable from the United Blates to Hawaii
and the Philippines.
Many French newspapers are bit­
terly assailing M. Lou bet, the new
president, but the better class support
him. and confidence in the stability of
the new government is increasing.
Samuel H. Stevenson. D. D., one of
the oldest Presbyterian ministers in
the United States, is dead in Bloom­
ington, III., at the age of 86. He was
a near relative of former Vice-Presi­
dent Stevenson.
A fire in the little city of Port
Washington, (Vis., destroyed *300,000
worth of property, and rendered 80
families homeless.
A chair factory
covering two blocks was destroyed,
throwing 600 men out of work.
The revolution in Nicaragua is
spreading. General Mena, at the head
ot 700 insurgents, is near the town of
Kama. The insutgents are well armed
with email guns and aie expecting
Gatling, Krupp and Hotchkiss cannon.
Michael Milano, the prosperous pro­
prietor of a bootblacking etsablishment
in Tacoma, committed Buicide by firing
two shots from a revolver into his
brain. Fifty-two dollars was found
on the body. Family trouble was the
cause of the act.
LEGISLATURE EXIIS.
THE
Biili
Much Work Crowded in the Closing
Hours of th«« Session—The Laat
Working bay.
Chat
NEW
LAWS.
Have Paaaed
Session.
During
the
¡TREATY BEFORE THE SPANISH
CANAL
PROVIDED
FOR.
Senate Committee Allill It to tile Itiver
»ml Harbor Kill.
Washington, E’eb. 20.—The sonata
Bills passed by both houses previous
committee on commerce decided today
to the last day are as follows:
M c M innville .................. O regon
Patriots Are Still to put the Morgan Nicaragua canal bill
To authorize the town of Antelope to Spain’s
on the river and harbor bill. The ac­
borrow *5,000 to build water works.
Thirsting for Gore.
The last working day of the Oregon
tion of the committee was preceded by
•
•
To incorporate the city of Pendleton.
legislature was full of business, mostly
X-
a brief argument by Senator Morgan,
To amend charter of town of Adams.
devoted to the routine of passing bills.
To regulate pilotage on Columbia EXCITING SCENES IN CORTEZ in which he went ovet the general
The general appropriation bill was and Willamette rivers.
grounds favorable to the construction
passed by both houses.
of tbe canal.
To create office of state biologist,
In the senate the bill to provide for
Aside from the Nicaragua canal, tho
without salary.
Five Months Since the War and Not a
*uinprelien.lve Ka.law of the Import-
executions of murderers at the peni­
committee increased cash appropria­
To
reduce
salaries
of
Douglas
county
Single
General
Shot
—
Count
D
’
Al-
tentiary was indefinitely ¡ostponed,
aut Happening. of the Past Week
tions to the extent oi about *2,000,000
officers.
ineuaa Make« an Attack.
because it carried objectionable matter
4* Culled From the Telegraph Columns-
over the house cash appropriations,
To iuoorporate Nehalem.
relating to appeals.
while the amount of continuing con­
To provide that summaries only of
Three bills touching military affairs
tracts is increased to the extent of
county assessment rolls be transmitted
The graves of the Maine victims at
Madrid,
Feb.
22.
—
The
cortes
reas
­
were passed, as follows: To cover into
to secretary of state.
Havana were decorated with flowers
sembled today. The galleries in both about *10,000,000.
the military fund all moneys received
In tbe senate the only business of
To amend charter of Hillsboro.
on the 16th, the anniversary of the ex­
chambers were thronged with an ex
from the United States on account of
importance was the consideration of
To amend the charter of Albany.
pectant
crowd.
The
senate
was
very
plosion.
transportation, etc.; to restore to the
To incorporate town of Tillamook.
full, hardly a single general being ab­ bills on the pension calendar, which
A British syndicate has obtained a
military fund some *8,000 expended in
To incorporate the town of Canyon sent. Senor Montero Rios, president was begun under a special order.
concession from China to build a rail­
suppressing fishermen’s riots in 1896;
City.
of the senate, in opening the proceed­ Among the bills passed was one provid­
road from llankau to Canton, along
to reorganize the official staff of the
To
constitute
beach
of
Clatsop
ooun
­
ings, pronounced a eulogy upon M. ing procedure in certain pension cases.
the coast.
Oregon National Guard.
ty a publio highway.
Faure, and a resolution of condolence It provides that no pension shall be
The following bills were passed: To
Col. Miller, who captured Ilo Ilo
withheld, modified or cancelled except
To amend the charter of Grants Pass. with France was adopted.
regulate license tire insurance com­
without the lose of a man in his com­
To authoiize Jefferson institute to
Senor Sagasta, the premier, then pro­ for fraud, or mistakes in facts, and
panies; to protect the fruit and hop
mand, has been promoted to be briga­
sell out to the school district.
posed to refer the bill proivding for the prov'des a scheme of procedure. The
industry by requiring the destruction
dier-general by the president.
To amend charter of Oregon City.
cession ol the Philippines to the Unit­ piivate pension calendar was complet­
>f pests; to cure certain defects in j
To incorporate Port of Tillamook and ed States to a special committee, but ed, 74 bills being passed.
The Cunard liner Etruria and the
dicial sales and deeds; to prevent i
crniser Marblehead narrowly averted a
provide
for the improvement of Ho­ the conservatives protested against this,
In the House.
maintenance of armed bodies of u><
quiam slough.
collision during a blinding sleet and
declaring that the bill ought to be con­
Washington, Feb. 20.—In the house
other than the duly constituted author­
To incorporate the town of Lakeview. scientiously discussed, and Senor Sa­ today several railroad right-of-way bills
enow storm about 70 miles off Sandy
ities; to amend the charter of Newberg;
To incoporrate Cottage Grove.
Hook Monday morning.
gasta withdrew his proposal.
were passed. Among tbe bills was one
to provdie for criminal prosecutions on
To amend charter of town of Tangent.
Count D’Almenas then brought up to authorize the construction of the
Representative Stallings, of Ala­
information; to protect trout and cer­
To provide clerical aid for judges of the question of the conduct of the gen­ Clearwater Valley road through the
bama, has introduced in the house a
tain other food fishes; to relieve the
the supreme court.
erals engaged iD the wai in Cuba, de­ Nez Peices reservation.
bill to authorize the president to ap­
etate of the necessity of advancing the
To incorporate Drain.
claring that General Primo Rivera,
The census bill was sent to confer­
point General Wheeler a major-general
costs of giving a bond in a proceeding
To incorporate New Astoria, adjoin­ General Weyler, General Blanco, Ad­ ence. A bill was passed authorizing
to which the Btate is a party; to
in the regular aimy.
ing Fort Stevens.
miral Cervera and General Linares had the president to appoint five addition­
amend the law relating to irrigation
Terrific weather is prevailing on
To amend charter of Monmouth.
proven failures.
al cadets-at-large to the naval academy.
rights
and
ditches;
to
amend
the
law
the coast of Jamaica. The winds are
To incoporrate the city of Ontario.
This declaration elicited much ap­ The sundry civil bill was then passed.
relative
to
liens
against
mines
for
la
­
high and the sea is encroaching on the
To incorporate the town of Bay City. plause from the «public galleries, in The naval appropriation bill was for­
bor or supplies; to amend the chai ter
land.
Coasting vessels have been
To incorporate the city of Heppner. consequence of which several of the mally reported. The house went into
of Arlington; to fix the annual salary
wrecked, and several hundred acres of
To incorporate the city Warrenton.
spectators were expelled from the cham­ committe of the whole and took up the
of the supreme court clerk at *3,000,
bananas Bwept away.
To incorporate the erty of Wallowa. ber.
bill. No general debate was demanded
with one deputy in Salem at *75 per
To amend charter of Gold Hill.
Observing that he would deal with on the bill, and its reading for amend­
Naval ordnanoe officers in Washing­
month and one at Pendleton at *50.
To
regulate
and
fix
the
salary
of
the
the
“
shameful
capitulation
of
San
­
ton are elated over the remarkable re­
ment under the five minute rule was
and providing that the fees be paid
assessor of Jackson county.
tiago,” Count D’Almenas asked the immediately commenced.
sults secured with the new smokeless
into the state treasury; to fix the sal­
To incorporate tho town of Marsh­ L oess whether he should proceed, and
navy powder for large caliber guns in a
aries of Columbia county officers; to
field.
was answered with cries of “yes” and
TAKES NEWS CALMLY.
test at tho Indian Head proving
regulate the manner of sturgeon fishing
To amend charter of Woodburn.
“no” and a general uproar ensued. A
grounds on the Potomac.
and making a close season on the Co­
To redistrict the state for senators repetition of the query raising still No Disorders in Pari* Followed the
State Entomologist Scott, of Georgia,
lumbia river from March 1 to Novem­
Death of Faure.
and
representatives.
greater tumult, Senor Sagasta rose and
eays the peach crop haB been utterly
ber 1; to provide for inspecting sheep
Pgris, Feb. 20. — Everything is quiet
To
create
the
office
of
tax
collector
in
defended
the
government
and
its
pea°e
destroyed, and in all probability the
brought in bands into Oregon from an­
Multnomah county.
commission. The premier criticised in Paris tonight. There is no danger
gorwers will be so discouraged that
other state (eame as the Washington
To amend the charter of Corvallis.
America’s unjustified conduct, and said of a coup d’etat. The favorite candi­
they will abandon the business. Last
law);
to
amend
the
law
relative
to
the
A new town has been laid out in
To
prevent
production
and
sale
of
un
­
that everything might be discussed, ex- date for the presidency is M. Emile
year's crop wsb valued at 11,000,000. Alaska, 26 miles from Juneau, which duties of public road viewers: to fix
wholesome foods and
medicines. cept’tbe war, because the cases of the Loubet, now president of the senate.
Ex-Consul Duckert, of Beligum, has it is expected will be the gateway to the annuual salary of the Linn county (Looney pure food bill.)
Still the ministers think Faure’s death
generals were still subjudiciary.
been commissioned to make a tour of the Atlin goldfields.
It has been assessor at *2,400, including the pay
To incorporate the town of Seaside.
County D’Almenas resumed his at­ is a misfortune at the present juncture,
of
deputies;
to
regulate
the
practice
of
China in the interests of Belgian manu­ named Taku, and is situated on Taku
To raise the salary of sheriff of Ma­ tack ti)ion tiie generals and complained and this is the conventional talk.
facturers at a salary of *29,000 a year. bay, four miles from the mouth of the the vocation of barbers; to provide for rion county.
that “five months had elapsed, and not They had all looked forward to his re­
the appropriation of water to be used
The idea of the tour emanated from inlet of that name.
signing, and they spoke today of the
To regulate and to fix salaries of Til­ a single general had been shot.”
for
mining
purposes.
King Leopold, who will contribute £8,-
possible effect of his death on the
lamook county officers.
The
Italian
bark
Barbara
Luigi
went
FIGHTING WITH FIRE.
000 to the salary.
courts of Europe.
To fix salaiies of county officers in
In the Houae*
ashore February 4 on Little Bahama
If M. Loubet be elected, European
It is expected that General Otis will bank and is a total loss. Three of the
In the house a long discussion occur­ Clackamas, Morrow, Wasco and Yam­ Filipinos Attempt to Burn Quarters of
sovereigns would soon transfer to him
shortly begin an aggressive campaign crew were drowned and two perished red on the bill to adopt the Torrens hill counties.
the Washington Volunteers.
their friendly regards. He is a good,
To amend the charter of Eugene.
in the Philippines,ns the recent battles from exposure. The captain and eight Bystem of land title. The bill, when
Manila, Feb. 22.—The natives of unaffected, level-headed man of hon­
To amend the charter of Astoria.
have not subdued the insurgents, ns of the crew have arrived at Nassau, N. put upon its passage, was defeated.
the village of Paco made a bold at­ est, open life, and of far more intel­
To incorporate the town of Canby.
was expected. The rniny season will P., and report the loss.
tempt last night to burn thequarters of lectual culture than poor Faure. He
Bills passed were:
To authorize
To create a separate commission for
soon set in, when military operations
the First Washington volunteers by is an advocate and practiced at the
construction of skids acrose county
Mrs.
Howe,
of
Gresham,
Oi..
was
transaction of county business in
can not be well carried on, and a deci­
Betting fire to the huts adjoining their Montilemar bar, in the department of
roads for logging purposes; to provide
sive blow must be given before that drowned in the Willamette at Port­ for submission to the vote of the peo­ Clackamas county.
quarters in the rear. Fortunately the the Drone. Montilemar is his native
land Monday. She was passing from
To amend the charter of Arlington.
time.
wind changed, at the moment the fire town.
one steamer to another, as the boats ple the proposed constitutional amend­
Incorporating Weston.
■ The torpedo-boat Fox, built by the were lying at the dock, when she fell ments; to authorize the sale of agri­
was discovered, and, fanned by a stiff
Incorporating
Dufur.
Wolff <S Zwicker iron works, at Port­ between them. An attempt to rescue cultural school lands on the market for
OVER ENTIRE GROUP.
breeze, the flames spread in the oppo­
Incorporating
Enterprise.
land, Or., is tho first torpedo-boat in her tailed. She was on her way to 25 years at less than the price fixed by
site direction, destroying fully 20
Withdrawing
school
lands
from
sale
the world to come up to the require­ visit a sdn at Salem.
statute; to provide for payment of
shacks and houses opposite the ruins of The American Flag to Cover the Phil«
and placing interest on school fund
ippine Islands.
ments specified in the contract upon
the church. The incendiaries escaped.
taxes in coin, instead of county war­ loans at 6 per cent.
The first session of the eighth conti­ rants; to provide for the manner of se­
Washington, Feb. 20.—The adminis­
tier first official trial. For two consec­
Mysterious signals were frequently
Incorporating Dal'es City.
utive hour* in her first trial she main­ nental oongresB of the National Society curing the release as surety upon
made along the enemy’s lines during tration has determined to extend rap­
Incorporating Moro.
tained an average speed of 28
knots, of the Daughters of the American Rev­ bonds; to reduce fees to be charged by
the night, and this led to the belief idly the jurisdiction of the United
Incorporating
Brownsvillo.
her engines turning nt a rate of 881.4 olution began in Washington Monday. county clerkB in probate cases; to
that an attack had been arranged, but States over the Philippine group in its
Incorporating Lebanon.
entirety, acting on the theory that de­
revolutions per minute, whioli exceeds Mrs. Daniel Manning, president-gen­ make the law prohibiting the fraudu­
nothing happened.
Incorporating Burns.
eral of the society, made her annual lent use of labels or trademarks more
the requirements by 11.4 turns.
The rebels are leaving the vicinity of lay in this crisis is dangerous, and
Incorporating Carlton.
address. She dwelt especially on tho
San Pedro Macati in small parties, and that anaichy and general paralysis of
President Zelaya Ims issued a decree aid given by the society during the re­ effective; to fix the salaries of county
To protect salmon in Alsea bay and
clerk, sheriff and recorder in Wash­ tributaries.
are reported to be moving toward Sing- such interests as the islands support
declaring tho republic ot Nicaragua to
cent war, asserting that the organiza­ ington county; to amend the code so as
would be brought about through failure
a 10«.
_______
be in a state of Beige.
A battle is
To create a trust fund in Multnomah
tion had furnished *800,000 in money to give parties the right to give notice
to replace promptly Spanish sover­
expected to tnke place at any time and supplies.
Money for Cuban*.
county.
eignty over the islands with that of
of appeal without assignment of error;
west of Chile mountain, the dividing
Washington, Feb. 22. — Efforts are the Unnited States.
To provide for the election of load
The
Columbia
river
fish
cannery
to
authorize
the
printing
of
800
copies
line of the Coidllleras. The president
making with every prospect of success
supervisors.
is sending troops to the front as rapid­ combine will c I obc half of the canneries of supreme court reports at *2 50 per
Low Bates for Homeneekero.
To create the office of clerk of the to reconcile the radical element among
copy; to prohibit the running of push
ly as collected. The United States the coming season.
St. Paul, Feb. 20.—The Northern
justice couit in cities of 50,000 popu­ th j Cubans to the proposition of the
gunboat Marietta, wilich arrived at
The Cunard steamer Pavonia, which cars upon railroad tracks; to create a lation or over.
government to pay the soldiers of the Pacific and Great Nothern have decided
Greytown February 6, has sailed for sailed from (Queenstown for Boston, state board of equalization, consisting
to sell half-fare homeseekers’ tickets
To authoiize Multnomah county to Cuban cause *3,000,000.
Hluetileds, the headquarteis of the January 26, and which was sighted on of the governor, secretary of state and lease the upper deck of the steel bridge.
General Gomez arrived today in Ma- February 21, March 1 and 7, on simi-
revolution headed by General Reyes.
February 6, in a disabled condition, state treasurer; to authorize the work­
To provide for the sale of tide lands. tanzas, making bis way very slowly to­ iai rates as made by the more southerly
ing of oountv prisoners on county toads:
Ono man was killed and five serious­ has arrived in tow at the Azores.
Protecting salmon in tho Rog’je ward the capital. What is proposed is lines to the Pacific coast. Heretofore
to
fix
the
salaries
of
county
treasurers,
that the United States shall sanction the rates have applied only to near-by
ly injured in a powder explosion at
M. Loubet was elected president of after amendment increasing the salary river and Curry county.
Nosegrove, Pa.
To reorganize the state board of hor­ the floating of bonds by the Cuban mu­ states, and it is now intended that
France on the 21st. The assembly I of the treasurer of Lane county from
nicipalities or provinces to the amount they shall apply to the entire length
Four Chinese have died from in­ cast 812 votes, of which Loubet re- I *500 to *800. and the salary of the ticulture.
Creating park commission in cities of *7,000,000, which sum is to be paid of the roads named.
juries sustained in the San Francisco ceived 488 to 279 cast for M. Meline, treasurer of Wallowa county from *250
over to the Cuban troops, in addition
of 8,000 population or over.
and 50 scattering.
Chinatown tire Sunday.
Gomez Goes to Cardenas.
to *360; to amend code relative to at­
To amend section 5 of the mining to the *3,000,000 to be paid by the
A
battle
has
occurred
at
Talien-Wan
Havana, Feb. 20.—A dispatch from
tachments making the filing of a writ laws.
Silas Jones and six children were
United States.
burned to death on the Richardson between Russian soldiers and Chinese, with the county clerk answei the pur­
Data, it is said here, will be pro­ Cienfuegos says that Major-General
Amending the code relative to sher­
and May plantation, at Corneistoue, in which 800 of the latter were slain. pose of posting a notice on property; iff's deeds.
duced by the Cuban assembly to show John C. Bates, military governor of
The trouble is said to have originated to amend the code relative to action for
the department of Santa Clara, and In­
Ark.
Requiring county clerks to adminis­ that every cent of this sum was ex­ spector-General Breckinridge, yester­
over the question of taxes.
adverse
possession;
to
fix
the
compen
­
pended
in
legitimate
war
expenses.
II. M. fl. Leander has been ordered
ter oaths without charge, in pension
day paid a visit to General Gomez,
Grading has begun on the Snake sation of oountv commissioners after matters.
to proceed with all speed to Bolivia to
,
A Large Deficit.
amending
the
bill
by
increasing
the
who was expecting to leave today for
protect the property and lives of Brit­ River Valley railroad, between Union
Appropriating *15,000 a year for fish
Victoria, B. C., Feb. 22.—F. C. Cardenas.
flat and the head of the south fork of per diem in Union county from *4 to hatcheries.
ish residents during the revolution.
Cotton, minister of finance for British
the Penewawa creek. A large force of *5; to reduce the mileage <f jurors and
Estimate. Output at «19.000.000
To amend the chatter oi Salem.
Fire in Cincinnati destroyed the men and teams is working on the big witnesses in cities of 50,000 population
Columbia, submitted his budget to the
Vancouver. B. C., Feb. 20.—M.
To
regulate
horse
shoeing
in
Portland.
clothing houses of Kahn A Felthmeyer,
or over, from 10 to 6 cents; to give
legislature this afternoon. Tlie budget
cut between those two points.
Providing for normal schools at Ash­ shows a deficit of *647,723, and esti­ Marks, an Australian expert direct
H. A. Ileinsheimer ami Sanford, Stern
preference in the employment in pub­
from Dawson, places the output of the
A dispatch from Cape Charles, V«., lic service to honorably discharged sol­ land and Drain.
Ar Sarner. The loss is nearly *600,000.
mates that t .e new government has to Klondike at *19,000,000 this year. His
says
60
oyster
sloops
and
schooners
To
provide
for
the
registration
of
diers and sailors;
to appropriate
There is a rumor in Paris that ne­
start with a balance on the wrong side estimate is as follows: Eldorado and
gotiations are taking place between the have been carried out to sea by drift­ *3 ,000, in a'd of the Oiegon Historical | voters.
of *64,000. Estimates show a con­ Bonanza creeks, *5,000,000; Big and
To
provide
for
a
tax
collectoi
of
Mult
­
ing
ice
from
Magothys
bay.
It
is
be
­
Society, and to authorize printing at
Panama canal compary and the Wash­
siderable cutting in the salary list. A Little Bonanza, Gold and French
new loan will be negotiated for *1,750,- ureeks, *5,000,000; Hunkei and (Quartz
ington government, looking tothe com­ lieved many are manned, and the crews the state’s expense to tho same amount; nomah county.
To change the manner of governing 000.
may suffer from exposure ami hunger. to provide for the payment of certain
pletion of tho canal.
creeks, *5,000,000.
Tugs will be sent to overhaul the ves­ fees to recorders of conveyances; to the Soldiers’ Home.
No more large tracts of land will be
Thirty five persns have died of small-1 sels.
To
codify
the
laws
relative
to
state
Steamer* to .Manila».
constitute six days’ publication of a
sold for speculative purposes, but
pox in the Creek nation within a few
school lands.
Tacoma, Feb. 20.—James Ward, of
leases granted instead. Loss of reve­
weeks. The victims were negroes and Oregon Leglalaturn Adjourn* Sine Die notice a weeks notice; amending the
Paitial codification of the school nue by the abolition of the mortgage the shipping firm of Saunders & Ward,
Indiana All of Western Oklahoma
Although the hour set for the final law relative to the ap;>ointnient of offi­ laws.
cial
stenographers;
to
abolish
the
office
tax will be met by an Increase on the I has returned from a visit to England,
has quarantined against the infected adjournment of the Oregon legislature
To encourage tho use of wide-tire income tax.
and announces the establishment by
district.
was 12 o'clock noon Saturday, the ses­ of recorder of Clatsop oounty, and re­ wagons.
himself and others of a steamer line
quire that the duties of that office be
The buildings of the (Leer Ma­ sion was prolonged till 7 o’clock.
Millions
for
Spain.
To amend tho act incorporating th«
between this port and the Hawaiian
performed by the county clerk; to leg-
Aside
from
the
formalities
of
finish
­
chinery Company and the Whittle
Washington, Feb. 22—This was islands. The British steamer Manan-
ulate the purchase, sale and transfer of Port of Portland.
Trunk Company, at Knoxville, Tenn., ing up necessary matters in Land, the stocks of goods, by requiring the pur­
To change the time of holding court suspension day in the house Tbe sen­ ense will be the first vessel out, and
with their contents, were destroyed by passage of the special appropriation chaser to exact from the vendor a list in the second judicial district.
ate amendments t > a number of pii- ' will sail next week.
tire. The loss is estimated at between bill was the feature of the day.
vate pension bills were adopted.
To cure certain defects in deeds.
of
creditor«
and
the
extent
of
liabil
­
The house refused to concur in some
Nearly Frozen to Death.
*75,000 and *100,000.
Cannon, chairman of the appropna- |
To permit surety companies to qalify
ities;
to
prohibit
the
running
at
large
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 20. — A special
tions committee, by the direction of I
as sureties on lionds.
In the United States senate Tues.lay of the senate's reductions of items in of stallions.
To change the time of holding court his oommittee, moved the passage nn-h to the Post-Intelligencer from Forty-
the MoEnery resolution, declaring that the bill, anil it was necessaty to ap-
State Fair Appropriation.
der suspension of the rules of the bill Mile river, Alaska, says that William
in the ninth judicial district.
the ratification of the peace treaty is |a>int conference committees before
This
Matheson, formerly of Los Angeles,
In the Oregon senate Wednesday the
To prevent the adulteration of candy. for payment of *20,000,000 to Spain.
not a declaration on the part of the agreement could be reached.
After discussing the measure under | Cal., narrowly escaped being Dozen to
To provide for boarding the prisoners
United States to permanently hold the prolonged the session till 7 o’clock in bill to repeal the annua! appropria­
Philippine islands, was passed by a the evening, when the session was de­ tion of money to the state fair was de­ of Clatsop, Washington and Clackamas the 20-minute rule,tbe bill was passed, death recently. It was necessary to
clared ended.
amputate both bis hands and feet.
feat«! by a vote of 12 to 16.
219 to 84
counties by oontract.
vote of 26 to N
Th. Daly School Kill.
To
provide
for
the
reconveyance
of
Waterworks for Dawson.
A deposit of earth stiontian has
Minor N«wi llama.
Many Frl.nn.r. R*lea«e<l.
After the most exciting and dramatic land to J. E. Baling.
Los Angeles, Feb. 20.—J. A. Acklen
A barge loaded with a large qnantitv t<een found on Pot-in-Bay island in half-day of the session, the Oregon
Havana, Feb. 22.—One hundred and of this city, has been granted the privi­
To fix the salaries of the sheriff and
of cordwood, consigned to a Portland latke Erie. It is many acres in extent. house shortly before 1 o’clock Wednes­ clerk in Lincoln oounty.
sixty prisoners in the Havana jail, lege of maintaining a water works at
dealer was lost during the recent The nitrate of strontia is of pure white day noon passed the Daly text-book bill
To create the county of Wheeler.
whose release was recommended by Dawson City by the Canadian govern­
freshet in the east fork of the Lewi« color.
by a vote of 33 to 26, only one member
To regulate the practice of dentistry. the board of pardons, were liberated ment He will tap the Klondike river
river.
The Hamburg American line steamer being absent. The bill, which had
To regula'e mutual insurance com­ today, The United States government four miles above Dawson.
A cat load of green onyx marble, the Adria arrived at New York Sunday been made a special order of business panies.
Is under obligations to return them j
Four Manila Tran «porta.
first shipment of dimension etone from from Hamburg after a most tempestous for 10 A. M , did not come tea vote
To provide for a scalp bounty fund. home.
Many of the prisoners are J
San Francisco. Feb. 20.—A fleet of
the quarries of the United States Mar­ passage. During the night of January withont sensational incidents.
To amend the law relating to the Spaniards, and the majority of these, '
The debate was participated in by duties of tie state land agent.
ble Company, near Valley, in Stevens 80, Captain Levetsow, while trying to
after consideration, decided that they four vessels will leave San Fiancisco
county, Wash., was on the track in go from the bridge to the cabin, was all the orators of the house, and the
To constitute Willamette and Port­ would prefer to be sent to Santiago to for Manila within two weeks. No les«
Spokane recently for a few hours, en thrown down into the cabin passageway lobby and gallery were filled with In­ land boulevards Multnomah county work in tbe mine* rather than go to than 6.500 tons of freight of all de­
scriptions will ts taken.
route to Chicago.
, and killed.
terested spectators.
Spam.
roads.
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