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New* of the World.
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I retorla mii <| JohMiitidNburg hiiv« I mmiu
almutlouml by thti Hoer»
l ir« dratroyetl the I’aliaa«!» jM|*r
mill« in llobokou, X. J., omiiijg m I um «
H.«iirpri«*! mii Amori' Mii g»ir*
riami nt Buliu mu , killUitz live uu<l
i h K" from I he w ires W<»UI m I< m | MV9U.
l>r««irMUi>n day wu« fittingly o L miixm I
In tlio hoiine |,y
200 |*8tn«i<>n bills.
B<»r Knvo) I I,hcr. In an a'ldicas at
B<>,t..ii1 ,aya ih« war will not atop until
the last Ilian la killed.
COUNTY, OKEGON, .JUNE 7, 1900
The Oregou Mining «toil. Ka< bang. Al-
r«»,t Head» »or Husluese.
SOI I HERN
Portland, May 30.—Th« Oregon Min
ing uud Stock Exchange is almost
ready foi business. Th« rooms will lie
finished w ithin a few days. Properties
• re listed and brokers ure ready, A
call has ta<«u mad« for the second pay
ment on stock subscribed. The third
call will I,« Issued soon. During this
week tli« directors will meet to finally
arrange for the opening. The new en
terprise ha« la-en widely advertised in
Colorado and other gold mining renters.
Hie Oregon exchange will work along
lines successfully followed at Hpokane
and Denver am! a large list of mining
|iro|H-rti«H are ready for the first se**
•Ion. A g.lleiy fur ladies ha* been
provided in the Portliiml ext hange.
Chin..« of San Francis,-» «tate Their
Uriavane«, In Detail,
Han Francisco, Juue 2.— Referring to
"Boxers” Revolt Assuming ' quarantining of Chinatown, the attor Roberts’ Army Occupies Jo
neys fur the Chinese Hix Companies
have made the following statement:
ARK MASSING OITHIDK PEKING
Imperlai Troop, Go Over lo tb. Iniur
genia G.u.rnl Massn.ro
"We shall do nothing precipitantly
in the way of litigation, and therefore
we do not contemplate making an ap
plication to the courts at thia time for
any order to modify or hinder the op -r
at ions of the board of health.
"A cause of considerable aueasim--*
among the inhabitants of Chinatown ia
the lack of quarantine regulation* thus
far observed within the quarantined
The general quarantine order
J , district.
keeps 30,000 people within a pre
scribed district, and that a compara
tively samll district. In this district
it is not claimed that there are or ever
have lieen more than nine or ten ca-e*.
I The contention made by the people who
are subject to the quarantine 1« that if
it is necessary to quarantine this num
eruusly populated district, it is th«
duty of the taiard of health to go furth
er and quarantine or isolate the houses
and persons who are said to lie in
"We shall also request the taiarl of
health to proceed vigorously with the
sanitation of the quarantined district.
The question of expense ia a secondary
matter. H genuine bubonic plague ex
ists there, the city should stop at noth-
mmg to stamp it out. A million dol
lars would lie a mere triHe to expend
in doing this work quickly and well.”
Chinese Consul Ho Yow takes the
position that the municipal government
if San Francisco is hound to furnish
necessaries for the support of the quar
The federal authorities refused to
issue clean bills of health to the steam
srs City of Peking aud Australia,
which have sa ile, I for the Orient and
Honolulu. They will have to undergo
juarantiue aud fumigation ou reaching
KRUGER FLIES FROM PRETORIA
Outlaws in Utah as*as«lnat«*l twn
The air In California, as well as the
tine thousand citizens will Ito sworn
London, May 81.—The Daily Ex-
afl|<«r* not l«r Irom Tbompaou.
London, June 2.—The following dis
In to assist th« sheriff ol Nt. Ixiuis III ground, ia full of <41. It ia on the
press has the following telegram from
patch from Lord Roberta has been re
< liarle» Windward, a Chicago • Ila- putting down th« stieet car riots.
street, in I lie bank, in the office -every,
Shanghai, dated Tuesday:
ceived at the war office:
i,.... . thirl. I» in trouble In Germany.
where. Valuable spec« In the local
"The rebellion continues to grow in
• holers |s spreading rapidly _
The health officer« rr|«»t that new Indlau lamiun dlalrlota. and the death pH|a-rs is dally filled with lurid de
intensity, and the gravest fear* are en
majesty's forces are now in posseiwion
MM-» of plague have tern dl«oi»rro<L rate has increased 4<l per cent iu three scriptions <>l th« fortune, 'hat await in
tertained of its ultimate extent.
of Johannesburg and the British Hag
vestors in shaie, of oil ,t ok, and. In
Helena, Mont , May 30. —During foreign envoys at Peking, fearing a
Th« B'* t envuys will collie aa tar days.
floats over the government buildings.”
deed, remote must I h < the district an i th« latter part of April and up to thia massacre within the capital, have de
West ss bl. Paul aud thru return l •
Belated messages 'rom Pretoria con-
Boxer, have attacke,! and burned a Illiterate the domestic to whom ths time in May dividends bave la-en paid
Hun the reports of the departure of
mission ,t«tiou at laiu Ts<>u, t'hlnu.’to dazzling pictures of fortunes in <41 in
by Montana und Idaho mines as fol legations ’1 ba reliels are now massing
President Krguer with his cabinet • nd
Through "powrra of attorn«»” all miles southwest of Peking, and have vestment are not u* familiar saw twice- low •:
outside of Peking, and their numbers
staff officials Tuesday night, ana tile
valuable ground at < «|«' Nome Is salii murdered th« missionary In charge.
told tale. An oil exchange lias been
are reported to lie constantly augment
selection, at a meeting of citizens, of a
to I** luttated.
A hint <1 Pasha. the Turkish vice- formed iu lx>s Angele,, occupying a Boston Ar Montana < on.
ing. Freeh contingents of armed mal
government to administer the city pro-
Th« uuncnient of the G A. Il to re admiral, now in Washington, is Well store r<a>m on the principal street, Anaconda Copper
contents are coming up almost hourly
visionally. Since these telegrams left
turn caitured confederate flags bat pleased with American sii I pimi bit ng where for an hour a day the Interested Amalgamated tsq.jsr
from the north.
Wednesday nothing apparently has
mi order lor a ctuisor for
"The imperial troops who were sent
reached Ixmrenco Marques by telegraph
Hundred* ol derrick, ure l*-mg estab Montuna lire Bur. (To. .
Gm, ral Rundle lia« occupied Henne-
from Pretoria. Possibly the wire* have
lished beyond the original oil limits,
hopelessly outnumbered. Several hun
Hamual IV, Walker, an inventor <>l
ksl. whence the Boers \Nvrr tiriteli out
been cut, or the Boer censor at some
and <lav and night the pump* are un-
dred were killed, awl two guns and
Omaha, alter working 26 years to crim- oeasingly pumping oil. For rugged, Ile latinar
intermediate point may intercept tele
by a I«* «hell«.
pl»l« « gohl-rvtiniiig machine was precipitous hills, that a few mouths Buffalo Hump
10.000 many riHes wi re captured, after which
Tile Boer, will make
The Boers lately confronting Lord
>00 most of the remaining troops went over
at I'otsclivfostrisiiii, all
•go were worth only a few hundred
ami died, agd 48 years.
Rols-rts appear to have gone toward the
dollars, certi Ile. I checks for a hiiudred Empire -tate .
lurll lulling lieell »«'Ut there.
ing side by side. It ia believed that
Lydenburg region. The defenders of
8,188 the 'Boxers* have the sympathy of the
lion. Jame, A. Head, Democratic thousand are now refused and
MacArthur reporta that alx office»»
-sing’s Nek. when their position be-
Nsw Oregon Mining Coin pnn Ira .
ami 102 min with lol rille« suirmd-
entire Manchurian army in the anti-
■omes too perilous, will probably trek
Thia condition i, m t confined to Ix>s
rrrd ulieoudllloiially at CuyapO aud some place other than Kansas City for
baleni, May 30.—Two inillion-doliar foreign crusade, and there is no doubt
straight northward toward Lydenburg.
the national c<4ivi<iition of luoo. and Angeles; Irmn San lin go come reports mmmg corupanies were imorjmrated that they have the countenance of the
When this concentration takes place
the reasou Is the exorbitant rates qtlol- of increasing oil lindings.
tiie |>a*t week—thè llelena, of l'ortlaml empress
dowager and of Prince
Katherine 8 Clark, itaugtber of Sen i «d by hotels <>f Kansas City.
here will lie jsissilily 20,000 men. who
Hix years ago an enterprising Individ- and thu Freelaud Consoli iated, of Chiang.
riay hold out for a time, with scattered
ator Clark, of Montana, wa« iiiarried
oul laire<l an oil well in D>a Angeles; baleni.
lands of guerrillas everywhere.
to In Ix'wi, Rutherford Morri« lu New
vealed at Belgrade, Servia, by tile issu- • inc« that time 7<>'> wells, each costing
s strong taslygiiard, has gone to obtain
" Mniiliigton Milting < Oni pan Ira.
press dis|>atches from the headquarters
am « of an order for the mobilizaUon of
if Lord Roberts give no estimate as to
Olympia, May 80.—The big mining an audience of the Taung-Li-Yamen, a
A lune highwayman near kail« City, the *-erlvan reserves. Scarcely a uni of these buve become exhausted, a
number of his countrymen with their
the numlier of Boers who were fighting
Neb., roM-r-l the )««.*. ligi r* III a sleep- form was found in the magazine«. The great many are still running, and new cum panic» incorporated in Washington families having been cut off by the
ieneral French and General Ian Ham
lug car and lurceil tilt' |«>rt«r to •«■!«! accounts <d the war office, however, wells are Is-ing ring at tin- rapid rate during the week were the New York reticle at Chang Tain Tiqn.
ilton, Monday and Tuesday, but they
and Alaska, of -cattle, silver summit,
bun iu the work
show a large expenditure.
“The position of the missionaries ia
ill agree that the Boers retired and
of talik, 1, ever on the move from ths of Spikane, and the Sunset, of Hpo-
l<all»«y tain-ta have all ticen sub-
James I iimegan. a recnlae, living in nil districts to tlie various city iohuu - Dlls, the latter capitalized for a rnil- one of extreme peril unlees help is EXPLOSION AT AN OIL WELL that the British casualties were alight.
wrils’il (or and lloiac, Idaho, la uow the northern ;«rt of Perry county,
It is feared
The Daily Mail says it has received
Four Fanners Killed and Seven Ser
they will meet the same fate as their
■ure ol a Illi« to Butt«. Construction Ohio, was fatally tortured by masked factoriea; electin’ light machinery
•able disjiatches this afternoon from
on I in Oregon.
unfortunate converts whom the ‘Box
Is under way.
robbers. The old man could md l>e uable fuel, 3 >, barrels of which is
Marietta, O.. Junet3.—An explosion Pretoria, completely confirming Lord
Pendleton, Oregon, May 80.—Coal
The steamer Daliulm ia on the ris ks mail« to tell where Ins money was hid equal to oue loti of soft coal. 1 lie claims <>n Birch creek, 20 miles from ers’ are ruthlessly murdering.”
nitro-glycerine on the Kelly farm, a Roberts’ dispatch of yesterday announc
A special dispatch from Shanghai
near Hospital point, \T< torta. Nhe den, ami the robla-rs beat and burucil I«,« of ( alif- rnia oil la asphaltum. Its here, are lie mg examined again to de-
few miles east of this city, resulted in ing the imminent fall of the capital of
w»» bound for Da««oii with a big cargo him with a red hut «hovel until he wa« average gravity is almut 15 degree,, i| (ermine once for all Whether or not the
four deaths, four fatally injured and the Transvaal.
Bennett Burleigh, writing to the
•nd many |iasM'ugcrs. ihe vessel has iin<x>u«< lous, then they gagged him, is a thick, black oil, ali i one of the projs-rty will warrant extensive devel to land tri sips at Taku from Port three seriously injured.
Arthur, where 20,000 are in readineas.
Daily Telegraph from Elandsfoutein,
covered him with a feather bed uml beat fuels Vet <ll*'ov<*re<l. Its bv-pro- opment.
The Chinese are reported to be send
ducta enter into the lol ricating oil. tha
The "Boxers'* are now marching on left hlin to die.
ing large masses of troops overland a 370-foot well. The “go devil” was
Klk, Will Hoem Mine,.
“Much rolling stock and seven
Ih«y -Irstruyi d a small town
Tlie Naval Annual, published at painters, printers and other traile*, and
Portland, May 80.—A special liooth from Hu Nauad Kiang, but the gen shot off. A 'squib” was made with *ngines have been captured by Lord
aud railroad track« only 2y miles from Portamimth, England, in com|«trlng the asphaltum, alti T the oil ha, ia-en
eralissimo refuses to assume command
glycerine in a tulie connected by a fuse. Rolierts’ column. The principal losses
the capital city and murdered a num the navels <>f the world, estimate« that extracted, can l»> used for street )>av- for mining exhibits will be a feature of on plea of sickness.
in the fighting have been sustained by
bar of Chinese employee.
at the doer ol the year tlie strength III lug; Indi < d, the ancient Mexican who
Tjie relief iiarty has returned from This was dropped and in striking the the mounted infantry; but the casual
teinber. Ores will lie obtained from
For the first time on rer-ord the <'zar
all camps of Oregon, Washington and Chan Tiin Tien, bringing 25 (lersons, ploded and sent great quantities of ties are trifling. General French and
inducing several women and children.
ol Rus.la Invited the niumlier« of the Great Britain. 47. France. 34; Russia, years ago u»ed it for ns.hug.
water, oil and the unexploded squib General Hamilton were engage I to the
Brltiih embassy to dinner <ui the ......a-
The squib fell on the west of Johannesburg. Since Sunday
don ol the queen'« birthday. This In- pre|s>mleram r In modern |«>wrrful ves sinking an oil well; a safe average may
derrick floor unnoticed.
As soon as the western columns have been fight-
novation la regarded a, ol great polit
ng. but although guns were used, the
Th«* British Army In th« Suburbs of the water cleared away there was a
ical siguí th an. «.
great rush to the derrick by the inquis actions were never serious.
atively easy task, nnleaa he drop a an explosion in the tunnel of the Flori
I inllv Price, aged I 8 year*, daughter
Ixmdon, May 31.—Lord Roberts if itive countrymen. The Marietta Tor they were only big skirmishes. The
da Mountain mine at Silver City. The
Many Chinese are Mid to lie coming
of a well-known farmer, was found
may be mm h in reased. At first Ilia men had drilled into a missed hole aud bivoacking in the suburbs of Johannes pedo Company and contractors could Boers are retreating to Pretoria.”
Prevoet Battersbv, in a dispatch to
'lead iu a |«iiid near Youngstown, Ind. north from 8an Francisco.
berg, and intends to make a victorious not keep them back, but Hed to a sate
product ~dd for $2 a barrel of 42 gal* the heavy explosion followed.
There were clota of bhaid <41 her face,
entry at noon today. Judging from his distance themselves.
Panic and confusion are said to pre* Iona, but went down to 85 cents, st
There were the Morning Post, from Germeston,
I.aat <»f the Nome Kuah.
»ii'l her clothing waa disarranged. It vail everywhere in the Transvaal.
dis|>atch, he must have private infor •tout 15 in the derrick w hen the fuse dated May 80, says:
which ],-r|od th« railroad cum|,mies
Seattle, May 80.—The tirst rush to mation regarding the disposition of the to the squib iguited the glycerine, and
“The enemy fonght a rear-guard ac
it believe) she met with foul play.
The Northern Pacific Railway B kn alter«<l their engines to burn oil, for
tion, retiring from the south to the
Hcouting, «mail eugagwnicuts and the asked for a franchise into Bellingham oil at that ligure resulted in vast econ* Nome is over. Up to date 57 I s rat s garrison in the fort, as he does not the terrible result followed.
have left this |«>rt for Nome, cal rv mg « tiii to expect opposition.
capture of arm, and prisoners continua
William M. Watson, H. E. Helton. north of the town with their pompoms
otny to them. After the engines were
more than 10,000 passengers, enormous
•tally lu Northern Luzon laial week't
His dispatch to the war office fol Frank Speers and Thomas Daniels were and artillery in the morning, and with
changed to burn oil up went the price,
Dolliver, of Iowa, may loom tip so that coal after all proved m «orna freight tonnage, and several hundred lows:
operations by the Muth. Twelfth,
Those fatally wounded are draw ing their riflemen through the
Thirty.third. Thirty-fourth and Thirty- pnuniueuty for McKinley's ruuuing cases the cheaper fuel. The price is horses and cattle.
"Hermiston, May 30.—We arrived Janies I*. Sneers, Herman Speers, Daw town iu the afternoon. We captured
• ixtli regiment« resulted lu the killing mate.
here this afternoon without being seri son Stallar and William Carpenter. nine engines and over 100 wagons.
In thr Kloittllkr Country.
U<>t likely to g<> over 8L25, and may,
«I 46 of (he enemy, tho taking of 180
opposed. No casuaiities, so far Those seriously injured are John Stal Two trains are leaving tonight for tho
The supreme court has d«cide<l Iu colisi*piene« of the recent discoveries
Tacoma. May 80.—Skagway news
prisour-rs and the capture of 300 rifles against Dewey iu the Manila bounty of new Holds of almost unlimited ex less than two weeks old says the Yu- as I am aware of in the main column, lar, Walter Daniel* and Henry Stallar. Vaal. We succeeded in cutting the
line in three directions aud imprison
•nd a quantity of ammunition.
tent, go down to a nominal ligure ton river is open to Dawsou City, and • nd not many, 1 trust, in the cavalry All the victims are residents of this
ing all the rolling stock in Johannes
IH' k Croker «ays he balievtia Bryan
Fifty Japanese have lawn
burg. It was a splendid piece of work.
not expect us until tomorrow, and had zens
will treat .M< Kinley. Ho does not con* landing at Tacoma, the result of a rigid In lavs Angele«, containing upwards ol
The enemy were astounded at the
Cual Mine Mold.
abler Itawoy ''in ft."
600,0(10 bar^ela of oil. The average
EN ROUTE TO PEKING.
rapidity of onr advance.”
Renton, Wash., May 30. — The coal ing stock. We have possession of the
daily prvsluet in lx>a Angeles in alsiut
Tint »teainere Geo. \V. Elder and
The steamship Breconshire arrived
Another correspondent, telegraphing
Norns City ,aild from Portland for
6,000 barrels; nearly 8-’,000,000 per mine here owned aud operated for seven junction
at Tacoma (rum Yokohoma with 166 annulli, therefore, is How mg into lx>a years by a co-operative company has with Natal, Pretoria and Klerksdorp Small Force« I.antlel From the Forri<n from Germeston the same day, says:
Upe Nome with 760 passenger» aud
Wanhlpi Paat Tien Tian.
“I learn that the Boers are massing
Angelea county today from tlie sale of been sold to Jacob l'urth, of Seattle, by railroad.
l»ige quantities of freight.
Tsin, June 2.—A special train six miles south of Pietoria for a new
A bill lias been introduced
oil alone, and about an eighth of that
The secretary of war has awarded
and no mines, I understand, have been started for Peking this afternoon with and desperate stand, with a front of 12
<ir««up of Claim« Knnded.
J»« rontrai t for tile ......
of a I house providing for retaliation IlgllillHt ia paid to th« workers at the pumps
miles. Other rumors in the camp of
the follownig forces:
breakwater at 8,in P.riro, Cal , to til»
Americans, seven officers and 56 Lord Roberts are that President Kruger
vast force is engaged ill the uiaimfac- group in the Greenhorn mountains has
Republican congressmen are
“lifurma Construction UomtMuy. at
men; British, three officers and 72 is ill at Lydenburg, and that the ammu
turo of machinery for thu oil wells, been bonded by Joe Basler, of this city, the morning, and if, as I expect, there
H» bid of 82,375,000.
lie (earful of losing thu house
is no opposition, 1 propose to enter the men; Italians, three officers and 83 nition of the Boers is running short.”
Arthur Rohan, Irrother of Mi»« Ada coming election.
men; French, three officers and 72
enee to widespread belietlta of the oil Company for 830,000. If development town with all the troops at noon.”
NEW ARMOR DEVICE NEEDED
»talian «ml Mr*. Oliver Doud It, ron.
men; Russians, four officers and 71
Rev. William Beecher, a Mormon
'ftal in Brooklyn, agid 88 years.
lie preacher, blew out the gas in Los An industry, some odd thousand street oil work now going on proves satisfactory
NOT A LOBBYIST
men; Japanese, two officers aud 24 Discovery of the Soft-Nosed Armor Pierc
brokers ami dealers in oil coinpany mining will be dune vigorously this
••'I managed iiiany of Angustili Daly’s gelea and ia dead.
ing Shell Make« thin Necessity.
Chin.a. Minister Ksplalns His Visit to
theatrical road companies.
New York, June 2.—A special to the
The foreign contingent also took with
Rear Admiral Kempff, commanding (ample subsist, teni|a>rarily at least,
Timothv D. Blackstone, formerly the Asiatic squadron, ia at Taku, ready
1.nuking for Oolcl Mine*«
them Hve quick tiring guns. It is be He mid from Washington says: Con
u|*>u the indirect oil output, Olio of
New York, June 1.—A special to the liever! that the foreign troops will l>e sideration is being given by naval ora-
^«1.1,.,,, of the Chicago* Alton rail- to protect American interests.
the most interesting oil Holds is that of
‘"»•I, and one of the oldest and moat
opposed at the first gate of the capital nan e experts to the invention of some
of Colorado miners have started from Herald from Washington says:
The steamer Han Blas sailed (nun Summerland, in Santa Barbara county, hero for the North Powder section, pi
Wu Ting-fang, the Chinese minister, outside the wall.
armor-device which will overcome the
pttiiniiient ratlron.l officers in Chicago,
superiority imparted to au armor-
resirlcnce in that Seattle for C h | h < Nome with 510
loted by G. Downs, who owns copiw-r expressed regret that a visit of his to
•engers and 1,800 tons of freight.
the senate had been misconstrued and
piercing projectile by a soft steel cap.
aro run out from the shore upon which
Media, Pa., Juue 8.—Two children As the United States has led all other
One man waa killed and several
' aptain Pag« McCarthy, one of tha
out for Denver capitalist*, to buy any that he had been placed in the position
the pumping machinery is placed.
were dragged from a burning house on nations in the adoption of the soft-
of a lobbyist.
l”tmipalH in thu .........
McCarthy- ously injured by the collapse of a
When wo consider the fHi-t that th« thing offered ill gold mines worth hav-
“I received a dispatch from the Chi the truck farm of T. Steerbicksloe last nosed cap, there is no crying need for
'u 1 ilu«l, is rlt'iid. the result of a I storage building at Southampton, Eng exi*>rt oil trade of the United States is iag*
nese consul general iu San Francisco night by their 8-year-old brother. Hi- haste in providing American nien-of-
wl",h ‘“"ki land.
decreasing; that the total shipments ol
Srvro Devil« Mining ('nnntry.
several days ago,” he said, “stating mother, carrying the baby and a lamp, war with additional protection. The
t""1 ................. • Va., in the spring I
Han Francisco’s Chinatown will be 18118 were 30,000,0011 barrels less than
Spokane, May 30.— The Seven Devils that it would l>e wise to watch the ap fell on the stairway, the lamp setting authorities understand, however, that
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celebratoli rigidly quarantined and no one will lie those of 18U7, the discoveries of new mining country in Idaho will have the propriation bills, as an effort would be tire to the house. The boy. realizing
•>»'« th« civil war.
allowed to |«i*s without pro|wr certi oil Holds and the attending excitement Pacific <V Northern Idaho railroad made to attach to one of them a rider that the house was doomed, dragged the success of American experiments
with the cap will lead other nations to
'"•m riil Wade,
in California will bo gratifying. It built into the heart of it this inni iner, of an anti-Chinese character.
......... • w"’> was uirectoil to ficates.
Before out a brother and a sister, who were adopt the invention, and it is, there
N,,r‘l"'rn Cheyenne In- |
Puerto Rico asks for a tariff change. o|ains up a prospect for th« Asiatio as 60 miles of extension work ia plan- making auy representations to the state intent ou rushing through the Hre to fore, desirable that some plan should be
H'«r. Mont., ' She wants duties on rice and olive oil trade that this country will undoubted nod. Immense ore traffic is expected department, 1 decided to go the senate their mother. Then he returned for hi*
determined upon to overcome the super-
reports that the In- reduced for a period of a year and a ly take advantage of; the Russian and bv the general manager of the road, P. and ascertain if the report was true. I mother, whosa
whose arms clas|>ed the baby, ioritv of the shell.
i"*' , Ï"........ ..............
Bornean oil will have a competitor ill P, Shelby.
went to the office of the immigration but her weigh* was too great for his lit-
Rear-Admiral Watson, njxvn his re
"I“11"'* ‘ho whites, I
California; freights to the Orient from
committee and ojamed the door. Sev tlj arms, and, as the Hames were clos turn to the United States, will be or
Han Frimei-c<> will lie considerably
Brownsville, Or.. May 80.—Survey eral gent emen there recognized me. ing on him, he Hed heart-broken to a dered to command the Mare Island
r-—n «O «litici. suelo Vanderbilt, caused great tumult less than from I’hiladelphia.—Mining
aud I obtained from them the informa plaee of safety.
ors uro running a line up the Cabi]«ivna
"■“"'■I-' Hl. says the Indian, are in the French chamber of deputies by •nd Scientific Press.
I certainly did not
Congress, having placed assistant
"’■•'Utioii, but jameeable mid.
Ignorant Foreigner« In ■ Hint.
Portland, May 27. — E. B. Cowan Linn county wants tho trade of that understand that the committee was
surgeons in the navy on the same basis
Clouds of wilt ar« hovering over
holding a meeting, otherwise I would
Chicago, June 2.—A free dispensary as assistant surgeons of the army, no
Russia Ims ordered all availa tells the Oregonian that people need section. The road will pass through have immediately retired. These gen
••rill I m'.'|1"l'1l|,',l' r ll"r,,,,,""i «f Ut" «'’11- China.
at 510 West Eighteenth street, said to difficulty will be experienced, Rear-
have no fears about the Baker county heavy timber country and some new
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"" "r,,er tl1’
tlemen displayed considerable interest | be conducted by medical students, Admiral Reypeu believes in Hlling the
mines, as the district has made letter gold locations.
’- •'•>* thr 'l”l
r” the czar will soon land 20,000 troops
iu the subject and I discussed the Chi was attacked today by a crowd of in 16 vacancies now existing in the medi
returns for the Hinoimt so far inve-ted
('allfornln Gold Output,
nese situation with them. My action furiated Bohemians and Lithuanians, cal coprs of the navy. Assistant sur
*»ital,l« . h "’"1
W r "‘
than any mining region in the Uuitod
San Francisco, May 30.—Chatles G. was entirely informal.
and before the police ariived iu re geons will be given the rank aud pay of
Heveral Belgians and their families States. Mr. Cowan spokeoi a Ill-stamp
*>y Uro li
Uvo tremi destroyed were cut off by “Boxers” at C’liang plant that nets its owners 820,000 a Yale, of tho San Francisco mint, says
sponse to a riot call, the building was lieutenants, junior grade.
All the section hands on the Lehigh badly damaged. Todav a boy disap
"lenta fi,r ti" *M
"IHkt"K «rrnnge- Hain Tien, 10 kilometers from Fong month. In addition to the mines tin t the gold output of California was 815,-
Secretary Long has received from
Phoiin ,v ,
""•"•’Dahment of a tele* Tai. They aro now defending them are being regularly worked, a vast 880,031.
Placer Valley railroad between Sayre. Pa., peared, and his boy companion report Captain B. H. McCalla a formal ac
f» ‘<> coiineot all selves on a hill. The safety of the Bel amount of prospecting and developing mines, river bed, bar mines and diedg •nd Jersey City, are on a strike. Thev ed that he had been waylaid and killed ceptance of the pardon granted him by
that b h
’llriricts gian engineers is doubtful.
Several ia going on. In all n-spects the min ing yielded 8L40I.886. Ill all the waut their wages increased from 81.30 by the doctors. In a few momenta a the president, and he has beeu restored
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” "r* missionaries have been cut off at Poa
ing future of Eastern Oregon ia much mines of the state 18,700 uiou are em to 1160 a day. The strikers number mob of several hundred people was at to the place he occupied before he was
"•Hy Im sminilo limi immedUtaly.
work demolishing the building.
bettor than Nome, Mr. Cowan thinks. ployed.
police arrived and several arrests were
Vlnnon on III« Feet Again.
Killed by Lightning.
a tl,,,„A ,
"f 1’ntrto Rico, possesso*
On a farm in West Virginia there is
made before the crowd was disjiersed.
The Seaman's Friend Society has
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Baker City Or., May 80.-— Opera
St. Clair, Mich.. June 3.—Captain
Calumet, Mich., May 81.—Over Later the missing boy was found un
kl n ! °W
,,Wlodge of S|Hinish, placed l.OHH libraries ou American •n apple true which is eight feet five tions oil the Magnolia and Little Giant
Wltiz.i ”MU ' *
Ariie Morrison, Frank Campbell and
h« is said
In INNO, HA bushels
----- to speak like a native, naval vessels.
gold mines is reported for immediate 8,000 men are idle owiug to the fire in harmed.
William Medlar were killed by light
of apples were gathered from it, and
promoters plan to push the
Judge Simon E. Baldwin.of tile Con sold at the apple house lor 860. Th» start, as W. L. Vinson is said to lie on Hecla mine. The management decided
Plague Under Control.
ning today. The three men were at
in ,i ' “ b> «"‘«blishing ten ■nlonn» necticut supremo court, publicly advo
his foot again.
These mines are
tree is 76 years old and still bearing.
Chicago, June 2. — Bubonic plague, work in the cabin of a new boat. The
equipped with moderu tou stamp mills. to close down all but the South Hecla
> United cates the whipping post for jxitty of
•nd Anivdolid shafts on account of gas which has been epidemio in Sydney, lightning struck the mast, splintering it
A now sboy in North London, Ind.,
from the Hre, which has gone to all Australis, is said to Ire under the con and passing down into the cabin.
I>l«rorerlc« Around Gohl Hill.
,l""’t'l"iii"h"t|,'l'’'’H"" ,,f the
The Brothel In s>d of Locomotive En was sentenced to a week in jail for cry
Gold Hill, Or., May 80.—Some new parts of the Calumet branch and part I trol and dying out, in a private cable
Troop« Muatertui Out.
What gold discoveries aro heard of on the of the Hecla. It cannot be told how gram received by Charles Oliver, head
>»w Mari ,
-ru- gineers. in session in Milwaukee, unan ing false nows on the streets.
Mrs. ' Coni-
Frankfort, Ky., June 2.—Governor
*"'ll,"l ili ’ ’i'" "",'T"""f"nt candidate, imously adopted a resolution expressing
eastern branch of Quartz creek, mid long the Hre will last or how loug the
Beckham this afternoon issue.I an order
•Uioug ir ’
tiumbor of vote» disapproval of attaching anything ol au cago and Now York should such u nils still others ou the west side of Gold men will be laid off.
The tire may railways of New South Wales, who is mustering out 10 companies of the
» *o candidate».
| visiting Chicago.
spread to other parts of the mines.
advertising uature to the American llag. prevail iu those cities.