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Hong Kong Authorlti«. Say
Will Embark, at Portland
Direct for Manila.
He Flui« TV ut Thur» ar. Ko nh.tarlri
In th« IV«) of Troopship« Contins
17« Ih« Columbia Ittv«r,
Washington, Sept. 16.—Secretary
Root emphatically overruled General
Shatter today, in determining that the
Thirty-fifth should embark for Manila
at Portland, unless there was unsur*
mountable obstacles. These lie could
not find in the reports from Shafter and
The pleas about length of time and
impossibility of sending ships were
considered by the secretary as inade
quate. Two transport ships can be
sent up the Columbia, and he eaw no
reason why they should not sail from
Portland direct for Manila. As the
ships could not return to the United
States in time to carry other troops to
Manila, the delay, even if it was all
the opposition claimed, was unimpor
tant, in the opinion of the secretary.
The transports will be fitted out at
San FranciBco with everything except
what the regiment carries. When the
troops come to Portland, they will bo
allowed to parade in the city before
they embark. This will bedetermined
by the commanding officer.
The secretary felt that all Portland
and Oregon had done for the country,
entitled them to favorable considers
tion of the request for the embarkation
of troops at the Oregon metionolis.
Representative Tongue has tele
graphed Secretary Root saying the Ore
gon, chartered by the government,
could be used for the transportation of
troops. The department say6 the Ore
gon has not been chartered.
McGraw and Parry tried to get Seat
tle made a port of embarkation for
troops, but were told at the wat de
partment that a few more animals
might be shipped from the Sound, but
no more troops.
Natives Praying for the Arrival of the
Washington, Sept. 16.—Mail advices
received at the war department from
Manila state that the natives of the
island of Samar are praying for the
speedy arrival of the Americans and
will welcome the hoisting of the
American flag. It is said that, as a
result of the forcible collection of taxes
by the emissaries of the insurgents,
who take all they have got, the natives
are in a state of semi-starvation. They
have no faith in the Tugale, and they
earnestly desire American protection.
An insurgent leader, General Luz-
ban, has bolted to Japan, taking with
him *2,600 collected by him for the
The agents of the insurgents endeav
or to force the natives to join their
forces, which they will not do. The
condition of the island, it is asserted,
is rapidly approaching riot and an
archy, as the heavy and continued drag
upon the natives In tho form of tribute
exasperates them, and they, as the let
ter says, threaten despeiatedisturbance
if it continues.
Antl-Miaaionary Biota in Chinn.
San Francisco, Sept. 16.—A special
from Tacoma says: Telegraphic ad
vices have been received at Shanghai
announcing that several British mis
sionaries have been driven out of the
-city of Paongan, situated 160 miles
across the border in Audone province.
Over 3,000 Lamas reside there, the
inajoiity of whom joined the anti-for
eign demonstration and drove the mis-
eonaries out. The latter included Mr.
and Mrs. Shields and Mrs. Macbeth.
For several weeks previous to the final
riot the missionaries were compelled
to stay in doors. Details are not knows,
farther than that the mission was de*
and the mi«.,«,
/thl&caped by journeying ’ secretly at
Near Ichang and Chun King an anti*
~ Catholic uprising has been caused by
kidnaping of children bv wandering
gypsies. A number uf native Catholics
have been killed.
Venezuela Revolution Spreading.
New York, Sept. 16.—News of th»
progress of the Venezuelan revolution
has been received by a prominent
South American, by mail, in this city,
from the vice-militiry committee in
charge of the affairs of the rebels.
This committee is located now on on»
of the West Indian ielands, and con-
•ists of five generals.
In bis letter, which is dated Septem
ber 3, the wrifer says that the revolu
tion is progressing rapidly, and ha»
spread to all parts of tire republio.
The letter further etates that in Coro,
the whole state is in arms, and that
General Castro with an army of 6.000
men. left Valera on August 19, and on
August 26 annihilated the government
forces at Caroca under Torres. It is
reported, according to the writer, that
Castro pursued the government troops
to Barquisimeto and captured that
Thronfh Dlxmnl Swamp Canal
Chicago, Sept. 16.—A special from
Norfolk, V«., says the torpedo boat
Talbot will shortly be given a spin
through the recently opened Dismal
swamp canal, which will form an im
portant link in the system of inland
water ways that in time of war ar»
expected to afford safe passage for tor
pedo boats and other small craft unabl»
to cope with a hostile fleet. On tbia
trip the Talbot's newly installer) petro
leum fuel furnace will be given ■
New York, Sept. 15.—A dispatch to
the World from Hong Kong says:
The United States trauspoi t Tartar,
which expected to sail today, has been
detained by the haibor authorities un
der the British merchant shipping act,
whereby her capacity is limited to 750
passengers, although the Tartar has a
licensed capacity of 1,280.
Consul Wildman, representing the
United States govenrment. who took
the matter at once before the local gov
ernment authorities, maintained that
the Tartar is an American troopship,
although she is flying the British flag,
and is nut subject to the merchant
shipping act. The authorities have
been discussing the matter all day, and
it is very probable that 450 of the sol
diers on board will be detained when
she is finally permitted to sail for San
Several of the discharged soldiers on
board the Tartar tiled the complaints
as to her unsanitary condition, which
staited the proceedings to detain the
THE TARTAR CLEARED.
Hong Kong A utliorltie« Granted Papers
to the Transport.
Washington, Sept. 16.—The war de
partment received a dispatch today con
Wardner Says It Extends taining the information that clearance
papers have been allowed the transport
Under the Sea.
Tartar at Hong Kong. It is expected
that she will proceed to the United
EXAMINATION PROVES THEORY States at once.
The information came trout Colonel
Metcalf, commanding the Twentieth
Open» t'p Great l*o«aibil it les in Alanka Kansas and troops aboard the trans
It is supposed clearance papers
M ining —Survivor« of the Deadly Ed port.
monton Trail Return to Civilization. : were allowed upon the suggestion of
the British foreign office to tiie British
governor at Hong Kong that it would
Seattlo, Sept. 18.—J. F. Wardner, be unwise to interfere with American
the well-known mining man, who has transports.
just returned from Cape Nome, ad
Another dispatch from Colonel Met-
vances the novel (beery that the gold j calf, in reply to one sent yesterday,
deposits extend miles out to sea. In states that the Tartar was not over
support of the theoiy, he says that two crowded, and that the food was as good
miners placed a caisson 120 feet from j as on other transports leaving Manila,
low tide. The dirt which was taken lie said the trouble arose among the
out tan 15 to 50 cents pet shovelful. discharged regular soldiers who were
Similar experiments were tried at a returuing home on board the ship.
further distanco from tide mark, with
ALONG THE COAST.
From the Thriving Pac I ho
To Heart of Interior.
FALL TRADE ACTIVITY.
G.a.ral Hu.lnea. ot th« Country Go«»
Forward at a Good Pane.
Bradstreet’« says: With compara
tively little stock or other spoculativ*
activity, and with tew strong new fea
tures presenting themselves, the gener
al business of the country goes forward
at a good pace, and with unprecedented
volume for this period of the year.
Fall trade activity would appear to bw
at ita maximum, judging from advice»
of activity and strength of demaud re
ported alike from Western and Eastern
markets, and shared in also by most.
South Atlantic and interior Southern
Iron ami steel are quiet but very
strong at the East.
Little improvement seems to be noted
in wheat though the government report
was temporarily stimulating. Weather
conditions are partly responsible for
the better demand for butter. Tira
strength of cotton goods is notable.
Lumber retains all ita old strength and
some new buying is resjarnsible for ad
vanced quotatons at several oentera.
This is true also of most building ma
terials with the exception of brick
which is rather weak owing to reported
over production. Wool is firmer at all
and higher at some markets and much
interest is taken in the next London
Wheat (including flour) shipments
for the week aggregate 4,000,000 bush
els against 4,858,903 bushels last week
8,675,291 bushels in the corresponding
week of 1898, 6,299,948 bushels in
1897, 5,966,852 bushels in 1896, and
2,892,259 bushels in 1895.
Sinoe July 1, this season, the export»
of wheat aggregate 42,012,798 bushels,
against 36,469,091 bushels last year,
and44,6O2,7OO in 1897.
Business failures for tlie week num
ber 149. against 123 last week, and 173
in this week a year ago.
Plats were tiled Monday at the land
office by the O. R. & N. for 20 miles
of right of way along the middle fork
of the Clearwater from Kamiah, says
the Lewiston Tribune. This right of
wav was purchased some months ago
by the company at a time when the big
railroad fight began. For many years
it was considered that the middle fork
of the Clearwater provided the only
approach to the pass through the Bitter
Roots, and when the Northern Pacific
deelaied ite intention of building the
Butte cut-off, it is said the O. R. & N.
hastened to appropriate the right of
way along the middle fork. Another
explanation of this move on the part of
the Oiegou company is tliat the Bur
lington line has intentions of soon ex
tending its lines west from Billings,
Mont., and that the O. R. & N. lias se
cured the right of way leading into the
Deadly Edmonton Trail.
Believes II« Will heart of the interior Clearwater coun
Wrangel, Alaska, Sept. 13, via Seat
Keacli the Pole.
try, and will perhaps remain contented
CYCLONE IN BERMUDA.
le, Sept. 18.—The Stickeen river
New York, Sept. 16. — H. L. Bridge- with the possession until the' further
Great Storm Damaged Much Property steamer Strathcona arrived today with man, who commanded the Peary Arctic development of that legion justifies the
67 survivors of the Edmonton trail. expedition of 1889, arrived in Brooklyn construction of a road there.
in the inland.
New York, Sept. 15.—A dispatch The majority of them are without today. The Diana, the ship whioh
from Bermuda says: A cyclone swept means. They will be shipped to Puget conveyed the members of the expedi
P. McIntosh, of Tillamook, who
over the island last night. The weath- sound at the expense of the United tion into northern seas, reached Syd
manufactures more cheese than other
er looked threatening early Tuesday States government. About 50 of them ney, C. B., Tuesday. Members of the any
man in the Northwest, speaking of
morning, with a falling barometer. will go to Seattle tomorrow on the Princeton scientific party remained in
outlook in Tillamook county for a
The storm began with heavy rain, af steamer Al-Ki. Many are suffering Sydney to superintend the shipping of i the
large production of cheese, says: "The
ter which there was a slight lull for a from the effects of scurvy. Their their collections made during the two
and summer this year were not
few hours, with the wind south-south
months’ cruise. Of Peary’s work, Mr. especially good, as the rains continued
east, ami the barometer steadily fall
Bi idgeman says:
so late ami the weather so cold that the
ing. The wind suddenly backed to are in a similar strain to those which
“Peary’s results in the first year of
. T. 7. u
\ \ . ‘ «rass was not given a chance to grow,
east, blowing with cyclonic gusts. have preceded them. No new fatali the four al H
lloted to his greatest Arctic A
rilin. have had the opposite
From 8 p. nr. to midnight it blew with ties are reported. It is thought that work fully y reward expectations and efl«et. and the fall proimses well. The
hurricane force, and was at its worst
justify confidence. What he has al fall grass had already
attained a good
from 1 a. m. to 1:45 this morning, trail. They will have to como down ready achieved removes his undertak
giowth at the time that is usually the
when, after a lull, the wind changed tho Stickeen in small boats, as the ing from the realm of doubt to reason driest of the year, and it shows in the
to the southwest and the principal low stage of water will pievent the ably certain success.”
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
increased production of milk. Every
damage was done, houses being blowu Strathcona from making another trip
Mr. Bridgeman believes that Peary thing points to the probability of a
down and others unroofed.
will accomplish his purpose and reach good fall. Prices will be good or even
cedars were uprooted, ornamental and I hung up on a sand bar five days, 80 the pole before his four years are up.
better than in some time past, as there Valley, 59@61c; Bluestem, 60 3 61a
fruit trees were destroyed, and wharves miles above Wrangel.
SENTENCED TO DEATH.
were washed into the sea’.
J. J. Ilill in Spokane.
cheese imported will come at a high
Flour—Best grades, *8.25; graham,
So far, no lives are reported as lost,
Spokane, Sept. 18. — President Hill Verdict of Court-Martial in the Cate of tiguie. It now looks as though theie *2.65; superfine, *2.15 per barrel.
but both ends of the island have yet to and a party of Great Northern officials
Two Manila Infantrymen.
will bo a good advance between now
Oats—Choice white, 86340c; choic»
be heard from. The causeway was and guests arrived here this evening
Manila, Sept. 13. via Hong Kong, and January. ”
gray, 36388c per bushel.
on a special train. Mr. Hill announced Sept. 16.—The local papers assert that
The storm was the worst known here his purpose of beginning at once per
Baker City's 1‘rorr.u.
brewing, *18.50 per ton.
since the hn'rricane of 1880 In fact, manent improvements in Spokane in Corporal Dauihoffer and Private Co-
Millstuffs—Bran, *17 per ton; mid
many of the inhabitants say it exceed- volving an expenditure of from *600,- nine, of company B, Sixteenth infan grossing favorably. The bank will
ed that of 1880 in violence, The 000 to *1,000,000. He also stated that try, have been sentenced to death by cost in the vicinity of *20,000, and the dlings, *22; shorts, *18; chop, *16.00
weather now is moderating, and the i he will return here Tuesday ami dis court-martial, and that private Mo- work will be pushed rapidly. Tne en per ton.
Hay—Timothy, *839; clover, *7
barometer is rising. It is rumored that cuss with business men and mineown- Bennett lias been condemned to 20 tire edifice is expected to be completed
damage amounting to *100,000 has ers the matter of smelting here the ores years’ imprisonment for having crim bv January 1, 1900. Almost another 38; Oregon wild hay, *6 per ton.
inally assaulted native women in Ma
Butt*r—Fancy creamery, 45 350c;
been done at the dockyard al.me.
of the surrounding country from Baker nila a month ago. The crimes, it is *20,000 is going intoa handsome build seconds, 85340o; dairy, 80385c;
Three Women Killed.
said, greatly aroused the natives
The papers assert also that General the N. C. Haskell structure. And still
Bakersfield, Cal., Sept. 15.—North British Columbia on the north. The I
Egg«—20c per dozen.
bound passenger train No. 8, on the party will leave tn the morning for Otis has recommended that President
Cheese—Oregon full cream,
McKinley approve the sentence, and z ns’ bank, where the foundation for Young America, 18c; new cheese,
Southern Pacific railroad, ran into the Puget sound.
that be desires a pulliio execution of
rear end of the Porterville accommoda
10c per pound.
Philippine Commissioners to Return.
bouse is laid.
tion train at Formosa, about 20 miles
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, *4.003
Manila, Sept. 16.—Colonel Charles the men sentenced to death, as a warn
north of here, last night. Mrs. Mag- Denby and Professor Dan Worcester, ing against a repetition of the oiime.
A New A«be«to« Find«
4.50 per dozen; hens, *5.50 springs,
gie Majors, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Ross. members of the Philippine commission,
A vein of asbestos has been discov *3.5034.50; geese, *6.50 38; for old,
her mother, and Mrs. Larue, were have received instructions from Presi
ered in Idaho county. Idaho, winch is *4.5036.50 for young; ducks, *4.503
killed. Engineer Wright and Fireman dent McKinley asking them to return Admiral Watnon Report* a Sharp Ill- reported as being of the very finest 5.50 per dozen; turkeys, live, 12)«3
Keller were seriously injured, and their as soon as possible. They will em
(«geiuent in Maabata.
quality and baa a market value of 60 lBJ^c |>er pound.
condition is precarious. A trackwalk bark on the steamer India, which sails
Potatoes—65 375c per sack; sweets,
Washington, Sept. 16.—The follow cent, a pound. With al) the big
er, whose name is not known, was bad from Hong Kong September 26. It ing dispatch has been received at the things in that section of oountry an 2 38^ c per pound.
ly hurt, and is still unconscious.
asbestos mine is not amiss and Will
Vegetables—Beets,*!; turnips, 90a
is not known whether the clerical fores navy department:
The cause of the wreck is said to be will return with them or remain here.
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
“Manila, Sept. 16. — Secretary of ths add to the wealth of the state.
due to the carelessness oi the Porter The commissioners bad just removed Nvay, Washington: Davidson, com
bage, l1« 32c per pound; cauli
ville train crew, which permitted the into new offices and expected to spend manding the Paragua, reports a sharp
flower, 75c per dozen; parsnips, *1
train to occupy the main line when the some mouths working on the establish engagement at Malemao. The vessel
itt Everett, Wash,, for the past week beans, 536c per pound; celery,
passenger train from the south was ment of municipal governments.
was struck many times by rifle shots, trying to make arrangements for the 70375c per dozen; cucumbers, 50c per
The Nevada cavalry w'as unable to but there were no casualties. The Para establishment of a shipyard. He says box; peas, 834c per pound; tomatoes,
Work« .Against Dreyfus.
sail on the Newport. They will take gua silenced the insurgents’ fire in 20 he has contracts in sight valued at 25380c per box; green corn, 13)£31t>a
minutes. The range was 400 to 900 about *300,000 already. He wishes to per dozen.
London, Sept. 15.— Max O’Roll the next available transport.
yards. The occasion was the capture have a free site ami a subsidy of *250,-
Hops—11318c; 1897 crop, 436o.
(Paul Blouet) has written a letter to
Can Not Tell Who lie I«.
of a Filipino schooner, which Davidson 000.
Wool—Valley, 13 318c per pound;
the Daily Chronicle, saving that public
Eastern Oregon, 8313c; mobair,
Seattle, Sept. 18.—Among the many destroyed.
expression of sympathy will go against
Fort Rtevrii» Railroad«
37380c per pound.
Malemao is in the island of Masbata,
Dreyfus, adding: "For God’s sake use unfortunate prospectors that have re
The authorities of Fort Stevens have
Mutton—Gross, beet sheep, wethen
your influence to stop it. But for the turned from Alaska this season is an south of Luzon, «nd north ot the Vi-
received permission to proceed with and ewes, 8
dressed mutton. 6}s3
universal sympathy shown for Dreyfus, old man who cannot tell who he is, ot sayas.
the construction of a line of railroad 7c; lambs, 7)»c per lb.
whom 1 personally believe to Ire inno where he came from. There is a clot
PARDON FOR DREYFUS.
800 feet in length, to connect with the
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, *5.00;
cent, in England and Gernranv, he of blood in iris brain which has caused
That the French Cabinet Iln. line of the Astoria & Columbia River light and feeders, *4.50; dressed, *6.00
would have been acquitted, It is a
Agreed Upon It.
railroad. Contracts aggregating *80,- 3 7.00 per 100 pounds.
terrible thing to say, but I say it and fever. Tiie only words ho can utter
Paris, Sept. 16.—The Matin this 000 have been let for work at Fort
Beef—Gross, top steers, 8.603*4.00;
are an indistinct yes and no. By the
am not afraid of contradiction."
aid of a map it was learned that he morning asserts that the cabinet has Stevens.
JVTorc Traimport* Chartered.
6 37c per (>ound.
came from Cambridge, Mass, A man agreed to pardon Dreyfus and tiiat the
Rton« Powder Mnrerlne.
Washington, Sept. 15. — Secretary of who accompanied him from Dawson decree will be signed September 19.
Veal—Large, 6)«37J^c; small,- 83
The Basche Hardware Company, of
War Root today authorized the charter savs bis name is something like
Many of tiie provincial papers pub Sumpter, will let a contract to John 8J^c per pound.
ing of the steamship Manauenze, capa “Fisk.” Efforts are being made to lish articles insisting on tiie granting
Biaun for the construction of a stone
ble of carrying 500 men, and the Biis- establish the 'man’s identity,
II ii of a pardon. Tiie Figaro says that powder magazine. J. W. Crowden
Onions, new, *1.52® 1.50 per sack.
tol, 600 men. These ships are availa limbs are also paralyzed.
many officers of the army aie asking will erect a three-story rooming house
Potatoes, new, 75c3*l
ble for the first 10 regiments organized.
that Dreyfus be pardoned.
Beets, per sack, 753*1-
He also authorized the chartering of
Opening of the Oregon State Fair.
Conntess Prokeschostein, president cost about ♦5,000.
Turnips, per sack. 50c.
the City of Peking, 978 men. and an
Salem, Or., Sept. 18.— Without cer of the Austrian Red Cross Society, has
Carrots, per sack, 503 75c.
Anglo-Australian liner, 1,000 men, emony the Oregon state fair of 1899 written a letter of condolence to
A Heavy Order.
Parsnips, |>er sack, *131.75.
to take the troops of the second 10 regi was formerly opened to the public this Madame Dreyfus.
An order for 400,000 cases for a
Cauliflower, 75c per doz.
ments to Manila.
evening. Fully 500 people were in at
P iget sound cannery has been received
Cabbage, native and California
tendance, a largo crowd for opening
Pretoria, Sept. 16.—Tire discussion by the Pacific Sheet Metal Works of *131-35 per 100 pounds.
Offer of Roget and Mercier.
night, and passed the time very pleas
Boston, Sept. 15.—The Post today antly in inspecting the many fine pavil of the first draft of the reply to the Astoria, The present indications are
Readies, 75@ 90c.
announced that it had received tiie fol ion exhibits, in listening to instru Bi itisi» note ended this evenings Presi that the factory will run full time for
Apples, *1.3531.75 per box.
dent Kruger having left at 4 o’clock the next two months at least.
lowing dispatch from Paris:
mental music by Parsons’ orchestra,
Pears, *l.7532|>er box.
“General Roget and Mercier have an outdoor illustrated lecture on the and not having returned. It is under
l'arlflr Co.st Chat.
Prunes, *1 |>er dox.
offered on the part of the army to de war in the Philippines by Edward stood the government will draw up the
Eight ships will be necessary to
mand from President Loubet the par Shields, a recitation by Miss Helen final reply in its final form tomorrow carry the salmon catch of British Co
don of Captain Dreyfus if the Jewish Lamar, anil vocal selections ..y Charier
Butter—Creamery, 37c per pound;
The reply will be in terms strongly in lumbia to Europe.
committee will drop the natter, and on H. Whiting.
Officers of Whatcom, Wash., are ar dairy 17323c ranch, 13‘(317c per lb.
fluenced by the Orange Free State, and
condition that Dreyfus shall live away
among other features the maintenance resting saloon keepers of that place for
fiom large cities of France for three
Bungling Execution of a Npgro,
of the convention of 1884 will be violating the Sunday-closing ordinance.
Mobile, Ala., Sept. 18. — Henry storngly asserted.
Poultry—13$i4c; dressed, 16)^c.
About *800 is being expende«! in the
Gardner, a negro, aged 18, was hanged
Murdered Hi« 1’arrnt».
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, *739;
The situation this evening is not gvuinu-ium and baths of the Seattle Y.
Southbridge. Mass., Sept 15.—At in tiie jailyard here today for assault considered so favorable as it was dur
choioe Eastern Washington
Fiskdale, about 10 miles from here, ing a wiiite girl under 10 years of age, ing the forenoon.
A large amount of fruit is being
John King and bis wife, an aged
Corn—Who)«, *38.50; cracked, *88;
Negro Lyne It rd Io Georgia.
place«! in cold storage for the Walla feed meal, *33.00.
couple, were killed last night by their noose had not bean properly fastoned
Macon. Ga., Sept. 16.—A special Walla fruit fair.
son Peter, who was crazed from liquor. and the negro fell heavily to the
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton
The skulls of both were crushed. Tire ground. He was assisted to tiro scaf from Tifton, Ga., to the Telegraph
The university of Washington, at *31; whole, *23.
murderer also attempted to kill his
thia morning and positively identified Seattle, opened its fall year with a I Flour—Patent, per barrel, *8.50;
brother, Thomas, but only succeeded in sprung the second time, successfully.
blended straights, *8.35; California
ss one of the two negroes who assaulted largely increased attendance.
inflicting severe wounds.
.25; buckwheat flour, *8 .50; graham,
Hurricane in Newfoundland.
Miss Johnson at that place last Tues
When Peter was arrested be became
per barrel, *8.60; whole wheat flour,
unconscious, and may die.
ty. Wash., the other day, while the *8; rye flour, *8.75.
huri'cane swept tiiis section of New armed, assembled at Tyty.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, *»5;
ciow was at dinner. From one
Mexican W»r Veteran«.
foundland last night. Four fishing
shorts, tier ton, *16.
Indianapolis, Sept. 15.—The annual boats were driven off the St. John’s this morning saw a negro suspended
Feed—Chopped feed, *30.50 per
reunion of the National Association of coast, and three men and a woman 30 feet in tire air from a telegraph (role. *100 concealed in his shoes, which the ton; middlings, per ton, *33; oil cake
bandits did not discover.
Search for the other negro continues.
Mexican War Veterans met here today. were drowned.
meal, p«r ton, *35.
About 125 veterans, representing more
Moran Bro«., ot Heattie, received a
Killed Her Children mad fferaelf.
than half the states, are sttemling tire
check for *76,000 from Uncle Sam,
Scotia, Neb., Sept. 18. — As a result
•an Fraaeiseo Mark.t.
Philadelphia, Sept. 16. — With cere Friday, in part payment for their fit
of domestic difficulties, Mrs. Earns monies unattended by ostentation, the ting out of our transfrorts which carried
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 18314c p»t
Phillips forced her two children, aged
Oxford, la.. Sept. 14. — Four men 1 and 3 years, to take carbolic acid, National Export Exposition was for horses ami supplies to Manila from the pound; Oregon, Eastern, 10314c; Val
ley, 17<319c; Northern, 8310c.
were killer! and two injured in a head and than swallowed a done of the poison mally opened at noon today. Distin Sound.
Onions—Yellow, 76385c per »ack.
end collision which took place today herself. The husband found all three guished visitors from all sections of
Governor Rogers, of Washington, has
two and a half miles east of here. The lying upon the floor dead when he re the country were in attendance, includ received a letter from a lady in Clallam
Butter—Fancy creamery, 353 36c;
dead are: Engineer Quinn, Fireman turned from the field where he bad ing representatives of the diplomatio county, informing him of the first birth do aeconds, 38 3 14c; fanoy dairy,
corps, officers of the army and navy, of triplets in that county, Mr. and 31333c do seconds, 18 3 30c par
Polson; son of A. D. Smith, Iowa City; been at work.
scientists and business and professional Mrs. Arthur Seely being the parents. I pound.
colore«! man, not identified.
Eastern capitalists are to establish a men. The dedicatory ceremonies were The children ar» two girls and a I toy.
trains were extra freights, and it is
Eggs—Store, 20328c; fancy ranoh,
said the accident was due to misundet* structural steel plant at Menominee, held in the immense auditorium, which ami the governor is asked to name th» 25338c.
Mich., which will employ 6,000 bands. was crowded.
standing of order»
| Hop»—1899 crop. 103 18c per pounds.