REPUBLICAN. KLAMATH \A M \’OL r J v < » I1 'I * I ji> I NO. 21 fl LATI fl k. NEWS. TO A i.'-rinuii gunboat ha» boati orH.ri»l Atnoy, \ |»h>t to burn Shanghai PRISON FOR LIFE. u lelitaiirllig nf Aaaasali I for Killing m F King Humbert. has been STORMS "5 J .4 A Heavy AT CAPE l.onn of Life by tliK North. NOME. r Drowaltig -at» August 81.—The trial of Seattle, Wash., Hept. I.—The steam was returning from a gymnastic exhi bition, opened here trxluy. An im mense crowd of jaxqrle gathered aixmt the court rrxrin from early morning, seeking admission. Only a few places were reserved for the ticketdiolding puldic. Tlie hearing began at 9 o’clock. Bresai sat in the dock, calm and almost indifferent. His rxmusel, "tgnor Martelii, bead ol the Milan bar, I and the anarchist writer, hignor Mer lin, made requests on various grounds for an adjournment, w hich was refused. It is said that Breaai wrote to the judges declaring he would not reply to lire interrogatories. Wiiile the indictrnenti which was very long, was being read, Breast Was apparently unmoved, and scanned the fm es of the audiener, without any signs • j I fear or effrontery. lhe indictmgiit showed that th» an- Mixsln indulged in Incessant target practice, and that he prepred bullets so ax to tender them more dangerous, Tbe witneixuM were then iutnxiuced tor the defense, Tbe examination of Breaai followed. He declared he decided to kill King Humbert after the events of Milan ami Sicily, "to avenge the misery of the people and my own.” He added: "I acted without advice or accomplice».” The prisoner admitted the target prac tice ami tile preparation of bullets. He x|»iku in a low, firm voice, ami said be firs-l three shots at three yards w ith his revolver. Two wooden targets were her» placml on the table la-fore the judges. Two hours' suspension of the court ensued, and then the wit- m-xhua were heard. A brigadier of gendarmes, Falvatori, recapitulated the story of thu assassin- atiou of the king. He said be saved Bressi from the crowd, who nearly lynched the assassin. Bressi, wiien rescued, wax covered with blrxid, Bressi escaped with life imprison ment, as that |>eualty is the most severe’ which can be imposed under the law» of Italy for murder, on which charg, tlie anarchist was tried, It was at firs believed Bressi would tie tried on the j charge of treason, in which case the penalty would have been death. thu city, she brought nothing bill Nome news. There were 250 return ing passengers, many of them who had made the round trip for pleasure. The Senator brought about $320,(KM) in treasure, $300,000 of it consigned to various companies and tanking institu tions in thia city. The $20,000 was owned by private individuals. The recent storms at Nome created terrible loss of life. Thirty-eight bod ies have taen recovered on the beach and buried by the officials. Captain Richaidson, of the Sequoia, which is engaged in the fishing trade down the coast, says that 17 dead Indies have been found awl buried tatween Topkuk and <iolotinin bay, and 21 between Topkuk and Bort Safety. The major ity of the drowned men are supposed to lie victims of the late storm. It. J. Nelson foiiud two bodies at Chinik. On one was found the address. 21 Third street, San Francisco, but do name. So far as known, none ot the bodies were Identified before burial. Captain Ramwell, agent of the steamer El more, says that passengers arriving from down the coast say that fully 25 dead bodies, washed ashore by the waves, have l>een buried between Top kuk and Golofinin bay. Reports of drowning have also been received from up the coast. Men who have come down from York and Port Clarence lately, say that without doubt many persons were drowne-t. How many will probably never be known. Milan, Epitome <>t th-’ Telegraphic d ìncov t’K'il. * First Prize Awarded Oregon flreeai, th» anarvhiat, who, Julv 29, Greatest Parade in History er Senator arrived this morning from Nome, bringing advices up to Augus^ John R. Rogers Renominated shot and killed King Humbert, of Bryan has decided on an Eastern News of th' World. and Washington Grain. Italy, at Monza, while his majesty of the G. A. R. 21. As she made the trip direct to stump t«»ur. for Governor. Eitxsiinnions ■nnauncM bis reti »•$* mriit froiu •In’ Hng. Tb» dl-trb't west uf l'vkln su» takeu try ll>e alllrd (oh «s. Deuver's laqHilalioli Is 133,859; tliat of Hslliiiroro 5118,95 L The siilo" »'•• I bave lo«t l,8<HI uiru in a l atti« Iti l’ekll». Henator Carter will accom|nny Kismvrlt <>n hi» Western trip. Minister funger r«|»'rte ih» sltnatlim i rseli aUv mieli inged In l'iklti. |!re»l, tir» a»*a""lu of Kllrg Urlili- |».rl, atleinplerl lo commi! suicide, 1MT loMllor, tisneral Olivier, Ilin I ws» caplnred by ih« British Mt W in* burg. t>«ueral Lung W ii Is declare,’ to let tbe r<-al aulbor ul tiro anti lorelgu out- break. The IlankoW uprising »tarterl bv fullowwr» ol Kang Yu Wel, tire re- furtuer. Gold IHIi |s'»totfi<-e ami »toro rwle w»> «ra< k*l bv burglara ami orar $sori ■ecnrrrl. Taro rn»n wrre billeri ami three nieu euri a woman w<>uird»<l In a Gli- inali, III., rio! l'aniills d'Arivils, Ih» opera singer, ws* itisrrled to E. W. Uroliti, au Oak land brillluualre. The l'i'puhrt nati >nal cornurltt. » se- rvpte>l Stevenson «■ Ilio v b o-prvaoleu- lisi »"uituro uf thè iwrty. The nevai velerai» para-le wa» tho ’retai« ot IÌ m ■«-ond day <>( thè G. A. •li' iinipriirlit al Chhago. • Work «»li Th« lui Ir* |>»t trttfn ■•|<»»od (or wunt <»( (unti» tring orgniiiiml U> compiuta t« mu -«*. orchiti ti ’hMtK’i’ h>r • by liflQe Stthf'l.i« Aylward, age,I 7», an in- inni* <>( tho county iutlrmary. at M. lo»t’pil, S||> , did Iroui the etfiH ts i*f l beaUUg M«linlÌlÌNturr«| by Ja< k llntl* ••li. «li Mtt< ii«bint. Hanlon « aom»t le k>QU«l. A wholr*alr jail delivery o. ourred at lu i U>dge, Moni , Persona «»utaide Ine«l > fT a window l»ar atei o|«rne«1 tlw» celi« w llh *>keirt«>n key«. Mini fotir Montana duw|an adora inado thuir Mcap*. Hcventv miwsionariea from ( blns rea« hud Vancouver, H. U. W MNhlngP»n fusionista rule >mi naled John II. |»o| ’U«rs l«»r governor. Saury U, I'.ofT, gr- at aunt of (iov* •rn<>r < ««’« ' f, db’tl at Maeluay, Or. l r<*B*|, thu asKussiu of King ...... J Hum- i»«’rt. WiiR »uiituncotl to life imprison* iiiriit. THIRTY THOUSAND MEN IN LINE 4 Million Special,*rs Haw lhe Processive «Usuerai Mlles ICesIcwrd jhe Pageant. Through the efforts of the O. R, A Chicago, August 30.—For four hours N. Company a display of Washington and a half today, the thinning ranks of It is r*’|Mirt«<l that I'rinco Titan and ii lx I O »gon grain was made at th» the <>. A. It. passed iu review their I.’»ou Ikisera Wert» killed in a grual Paris exposition that Kx>k first prize, a leaders and before 1,000,000 spectators l>t»tHe gold madal. Tim wheat of the Colum packed in aluiu-t solid lines along the I arl Li ask« the Nppfdntincnt of sev* bia river basin in Washington and Ore four miles pf tho parade. It marked ••»al < hlmwHi oftluialN to the lint of peso* gon is thus declared to be the best iu the climax of the 34th annual encamp iiiakur«. the world. ment ami was, according to Command- Tim exhibit wm preps red under the er-in-Chief Shaw, the greatest parade u. tin* governor of the pruvince ol »luce the <lav in Washington when the Nhrn si, in rr|«ortud t<» have in\lt»”l th«i direction of I'ol. IL C. Judson, indus hundreds of thousands of veterans, the fori’I^n«'»" in hi« pmviui*e to come to trial agent of the O K. Ac N. The most )s>werful army on earth, marched his protect!• >n Alxiul Augunt 21, bn principle jsirtlou of the exhibit came in review to their final disbandment. acct ptal thu invitation and all were from the company's exirerimeutal farm at Walla Walla. But large quantities Probably Bo,000 members of the mu kFMi*r«'ii, of grains and grasses were obtain'd army ot veteran» took part iu today’s It in »aid th.it the standard »HI Com* from several other places in the two parade. For exactly four hours and 20 . puny Will UM’ii la, ) tirchaning th«» pro* states. minutes, most ot the time with ranks ' i «Iu« t of California w«»lls, now having The exhibit consisted of 68 almost perfectly aligned, but occasion oht.iliii’d in th«’ l.H«t a ntimb««r ot tank» varieties of wheat, and a few ally faltering under the burden of (or tlm »forage, ahich will Be locate«I of oats and barley. "1 was r-oiilldent years, they tiled past the reviewing ■ at Haki rntMd. where grouwl has fawn that Wiry would prove world-beaters.'’ staud on Michigan avenue, saluting as m »< urv<| h.r them. remarked Mr. J miaou. “I bad ex«r- they marched bv General Nelson A. lhe I iiit«d Statas trantfmrt Thomas k-lae.1 great care 111 the selection rd the Miles, Commander-In-Chief Shaw, I i»rrb»’<l at m I riinulneo, 29 «lays from seed. The display was certainly a General Daniel E. Sickle» and the ' Manila, via V>k<>haiim. She has on inagniticent one, »ml we are more than Spanish minister, the Duke of Arcos, i J • ard ..‘•>1 nick and wounded soldiers, pleased to team that our opinion la Weather conditions were almost 1 31 military pri* nerw, M l abfn pa^M’n* ■hared by those in authority at Paris.” ideal fur the parade. The rays of the ger», 173 in the «tarrage, ami seven sun were veiled by light fleecy clouds Tim grain went from Portland by ex nt* tvawnvn. S«’\«*l| death* UOCUrTvd press in a neatly framed ami jMlutid nearly all day ami even when uuol» durhu the v«o age. KILLED HIS FATHER. m o red their effect was greatly lessened package. by a cool breeze which blew steadily A large lx>x of grain iu quart sacks Iti Isondoii, thu Duke of Manchontar off Lake Michigan. The line of march Crim» of It-Year-Old Arthur Kelly wa« loljoiln nt» il a bankrupt, entailing w as a, ut, *1 he sacks were marie of line of MiltoB. too was much shorter than ever before ’ white cloth, tied with rod, white and bin re«ignati<>n ln*in all his clubs. The Pendleton, Or., Sept. 1.—Arthui mapi ed out for the annual parade, but, blue ribbons anti the following printixl |M’tition«« to Hi«» bankriiptcy court in* notwithstanding, he-e ami there a vet Kelly, who is not quite 12 years old, « lodrd Hpr from the voting nobleman inscription, iu bnlliaut scarlet ink: eran exhausted dropped out of the was brought here this atternrxm by liiiiHH'll wh'**«’ a« « «’I'taiireM lire wo ''Ksised along the Hue of the Oregon ranks. Especially was this true after ' Iiepu’y Sheriff Blakeley, for themnrdei Railroad A Navigation t'ompany; head w idely <li"trP'Utr<l hi unknown lends the reviewing stand wax passed and °« ••** father, 45 miles northeast oi quarters, Portland, Or., U. H. A. ” in that hi* fri«*h«ln l -r m»iue tliiov have many pathetic scenes were witnessed Milton. early Tuesday morning. Frank each package was a neatly printed card strongly urg««l thin radical course. duwn the long stretch of Michigan Kelly, the murdered man, was about bearing tne name of the grower, the Dr. P. >. Ke||<»gg( who ha» just re variety ol the grain, the yield )>er acre avenue as the veterans fell by the way 50 years old, and lived a few tnilet turned from tw«» vuar»* n<»ni* e as a stir* and hla pristottlce address. These sam side. The one especially sari incident i from Milton. He ami Arthur had beej i «M»n in the I'hihppinvs, denies th< ples are intended for distribution in tho occurring to mar in a degree the glory iu the mountains for a week. Arthui «hargen <>( negie« t on the transport i>riiicl|**»l wheat centers of the United of the parade was when Charles Beck returned home Wednesday and said sheriuau, made by Captain C 'renNhaw. riingdom, sud It is left to the depart with, of Algonza, Mich., dropped dead that his father had left him. Blood of Atlanta, hi hi* ai>te*mortam state* ment of agriculture to see to the suc as the line was tiling past the corner was found on the blankets which the nient. Dr. Kellogg, who tanic home cessful carrying out i f this programme. oi Michigan avenue and Madison street. tav had brought back with him, ami oil the ^hrimaii eitli < I<• IndiaW’, wavs MMiiitr C'utrh Aahor«*. The parade was halted for a moment, un investigation was made. The boy Mr. Judson says his idea iu accom- the captain w tn baillv w<nind«»*l; that panying these small packages by tire Port Townsend, Wash., August 81. tho bony of the veteran who haff re then said that his father had killed it was only a question nf time when mentioned data wax to satisfy tho sev —The steamer Topeka arrived from the sponded to hi, last call was tenderly himself with a revolver Deputy Sher- he should »lie, ami It was at his own eral recipients, should they coni|>are north at 11 o’clock tonight, with 150 removed, and hia comrades passed on. iff Blakeley got the boy at bis home, r«M)u«*«t that th«* captain wan allowed notes, that the samples were from sev passengers arid $100,1881 in gold dust. It was shortly before 10:30 A. M. brought him to Milton. and at 3 o’clock to come borne Dr. Kellogg avers that eral fields and not from one particular The officers of the Topeka report the when the head of the column started this afternoon he confessed that he ( rwnshaw had every posNibltt attention. ly favorer! section. The effect of this British steamer Cutch ashore on Horse from the corner of Miciiigan avenue murdered his father by shooting him Im hidlllg the I m ’ n I phv Niciaii» and remarkable recognition of the resources shoe reef, in Stephens’ |«ssage, 25 and Randolph street and an hour later with a rifle. Arthur said his fathet abused him and threatened to kill him. nurses. of the Northwest will lie far-reaemng. miles front Juneau. At low tide the it was tiling past tbe review ing stand. The killing occurred near the bound Cutch is high an I dry, and is badly For hour, before that time the side Boxer» attempted t<> min« th« Ameri The attention of the newspapers all ary line l>etween Union and Umatilla over the world will Dot only lie arrest- damaged. lhe Cutch was in charge of walks along the line of march were counties. The remains of the murdered can legation. the second officer when she struck on packed from curb to wall, the windows \ strike <d t tu,tax) anthracite coal e>l, but a mighty far ter in ths direction the night of August 24, and rapidly of the immense office buildings, gay man will be brought home. Mr. Kelly of immigration will asarrt itself. The left a wife and niue children. The boy miner» I» threatened. <>. R. A N. Co. has covered itxelf with tilled w ith water. The sea was smooth with fluttering flags and bunting, were Giumral t’haffce I» pnqrariug to win- glory, and at the same time rendered at the time, and the passengers and tilled with sightseers, w hile along i told the details of the crime, evincing neither emotion nor callousness. Ap- let IB. I men in IN kin • the section tn which it operates a crew succeeded in reaching the beach, Michigan avenue, whete were erected iwrentlv he does not realize his position beautiful columns and arches formed where they were encamped when the lhe lattlr -hip A Mirarne m«rnged 17 service of great worth. barge masse» of Boxer« are stili in ami the enormity of his crime. All this recalls the fact that Hood Topeak passed. The Topeka offered the court of honor, the crowd was so Okui. kitols oil her ullir ial trial. great that the hundreds of police had assistance, which was refused, but the Reduction In Wages. The Nehalem and Tillaiurark lisher- river apples took first prize at the cargo was being thrown overboard, great difficulty in keeping clear the < hineM« rally thidr formi and pre world's fair iu Chicago, and Ashland Fall River, Mass.. Sept. 1.—An pare l«i sttauk thu alile» in Pukin. meu’s strike lx at an en L peaches took first prize there also, 'lhe steamer .Flossie, from Treadwell, line of march. And all through the agreement is being circulated among Several ■>( Minister Conger's guests Washington timber and minerals were wax dispatched to the assistance of the hours that the veterans tramped by manufacturers in this city calling for Hi” Ru«sian rotniiiundur in Pukin rbids rum in unication with Ubine»«*. have arrived at IT«n Tsin. lenders and that state took many first stranded vessel, but it is thought she this sea of humanity roared its wel a reduction in wages of 11 1-9 percent, will become a total wreck, as she was come. to take effect September 17, affecting Il wn « Priore Tum and n«»t Prhi«*«$ A mrnement to dear tho country prises. In the grandstand erected down the full of water aft and rapidly settling. all Fall River operatives. The signa Imiti who waa Cftplurod by III«« J n | m * ii * south of I’ekin is tn progress. slope of the Lake Front Park near the no«». ADLAI WAS CHOSEN. tures of mill agents representing about Union Par I fl c Holtl-Up. ttffidsl American dis|uitchex are be lxigan monument were gathered scores Cheyenne, Wvo., August 81.—Th* of officers who won fame in the Civil 1,000,000 spindles, or one-third of the Ilir« «’young Womrn were drowned ing lauqx rv'l with in China. Popultat N a II oiim I Committee Accepted Union Pacific passenger traiu, second wai. In the center box of the review cor|Njiatious of the city, have already- «hi!» iMthmg m Flnrllay l^k», N«w Him am V Ire-Preaitlenll«l Nominee. Inrm st, Petersburg it is rc|Hnted been obtained. The cause for the ìork. section. No. 3, was held up by bandits that p- ■ace negotiations ha>e Iregtin. Chicago, August 29.—At a meeting 2 *« miles west of Tipton Station. 58 ing stand were Lieutenant-General Nel secrecy observed in circulating the son A. Mlles, representing McKinley; l 'xr. Inlff n trnp for General Bullcr'x agreement lies in the fact that, by Prltnarv returns lidieatn that <’n>ker of the people's party natioual commit '•»oilry ami ru<'c«e<la<| in capluriug a will r'r ulrol the New V>rk Ibinociatlo tee today the declination of Charles A. miles west of Rawlins, last night at Commander-in-Cnief Shaw. General making the plan public now, stock 8:30 o ’ clock. There were four men in Cuinlrer. Towne as tho vice-presidential nomi the hold-up. The express ami baggage Joseph Wheeler, General Daniel Sick holders opposed to a reduction at this Crrln elltlotl. Tbe Unitari nee for tho party was accepted, and the cars were blown open and the sale les, Slayor Harrison, of Chicago, and perils I of tne year might thwart the Senator Scott, of West V irginia, says >»« Kui<nruteo.| name of Adlui K. Stevenson was put blown to pieces. • The railroad com W. H. Harper. To their left were plan of the selliug committee and buy the Republicans will lose 100,000 votes Warder, Speaker ers might discount the effect of the re • 'bina. in his place. Thia result was obtained pany says the loss is nominal. The Acting-Governor in N«w York. Henderson, of the house of representa duction and insist upon a proportionate after a long debate, lieglnning at 2 I*. Fumi »npply at Tl«n T»in is insilili- Heavy lighting is itqortad hr have M. and ending about 6:30 P. M. In baggage and express cars were consid tives; Bishop Fallows and Senator Cul decrease in the priut-cloth quotations. ctent for relog, ?'«s ani a fallitile Is Im occurred at Macharlralorp, ire tween the beginning there were three courses erably damaged. United States Mar lom and to their right tbe Spanish iniiient, shal Madsell, who was notified at Raw Emery Wheel Burst. Muore ami British. advocated by different members of tho lins, organised a posse of 25 men with minister, the Duke of Arcos, with a Salem, Or., Sept. 1. — W. A. Rum- party of friends stood an interested Jnpa» ha» notili,..I | •i Hung Cluing committee, vis,: to nominate a Popu P. G. Stewart, inemlair of tho pro- •h it tu'... tintimi,, will v,;;; Im impossibili visional government of Oregon, is dead list, to leave the place vacant, or last horses and went on a special train to spectator. Warm greetings were ac mel, proprietor of the South ''aleni the seelie of the hold-up, and is now on corded General Miles and tlie Duke of cider mills, was injured at noon to<l ay '"'•il pl«ni|«lt,'tit|nrtes Iiccptulrl« to at Tacoma, Wash. ly, to indorse MraStevenson. the trail of the bandits. No one was Arcos as they entered the reviewing by the bursting of an emery wheel, • IMWor» are np|xrint«<L Senator Marion Butler, chairman of injured on the tiain. The Union Pa I Four townships surrounding Sho which was running at a high rate of T>‘* l’opuUtlon of New Orlonns as shone I alls, Idaho, hiun been reserved the committee, in a warm speech of cific offers $1,000 reward for each man. itand. speed, and died at 9 o’clock tonight. I.rxtlvllle Mine lltirne«i. some length, advocated leaving the H,"l.lu'tól *.'* ••”’ censiia bureau is j lor it national park. Pieces of the stone struck him in tlie I Leadville, Colo., August 80.—The Nearly a Tornado. place IdHiik, contending that Bryan ‘”»1.94,,^m»t 242,039 In 189". un forehead, splitting the skull and lacer The thirrl day of tho G. A. IL on- and Stevenson would receive more Pop '•" ’«»■x» ul 46,0115, or 18,02 per cent, St. Ix>uis, Mo., August 29.—A spe Weldon mine, located just east of the ating the brain. Rummel was im Hre rioritroyeil thn top fhsir of n carni.... 'tit nt Chicago, was given up to ulist votes than if a candidate for vioc- cial to the Post-Dispatch from sedalia- city limits, was toally destroyed by mediately taken to the Salem hospital^ I I the old soldiers' |*iarle. tire tonight. The tire started in tlie ptesidrnt. was named. But one test Mo., says: A storm, closely reeem, where he was attended by Doctors I *!' ?"’w v"rk * 'l.v copimi engine-room, but the engineer remain Byrd and Smith. Mr. Rummel was Pan Francisco’s ixquilntioii, atcord- vote was taken. A motion was made bling a tornado, raged here at noon to t,. r " •'ompaiiv, ninuii- ed at his post until nearly all the men "f Ltlio»’ umlvrwonr, cuuaing Illg to the I tilted States census, is to mdorso Mr. Stevenson. For this day. Three brick buildings on Main were hoisted from below. The rest about 45 years of age, and left a wife motion, Mr. Washburn, of Massachu stieet were blown down. Woods* opera » io»» of $300,000. and several children. He had been a 312,782; Bostons', 560,899. setts, moved as a substitute that a Pop house was practically unroofed, and made their way out through other resident of Salem for 10 years, and was lonJi' fl’hing smm ks wore The presidi nt haxrequcshsl ex-l’resl- ulist bo placed upon the ticket. The doxeiis of smaller buildings damaged. mines in the vicinity. A large quati- 3' »>"• "Il •Irnlr anils fiat on thè dents llarrixrui anil Clevelaud to act on substitute was lost on a call of the roll Thousands of shade trees, were broken I tity of giant powder was removed safe- an energetic business man. British VrlMoners Kelea»e«i. f„,,'r v" "f •••'orgin, 15 inlI«» I tlio international arbitration Ixianl. by a vote of 24 ayes to 71 noe*. The and torii up by the roots. Street-car ' ly from the building by the miners. " Vancmn„r. K. „ Ixmrenco Marques, Sept. 1.—The original motion was then adopted by a traffic was suspended and telegraphic The tire burned for over an hour, burn Ten square miles of forest reserve in ing several houses in the vicinity. The British nriaoiwtrsat Mooit Gedbacht (on re"U1‘ the Sun Gabriel reservation, near lare viva-voice vote. There were 124 mem and telephonic communication was in loss is about $60.000 including a valu th. bers of the committee present or pre terfered with. There was a terrific Angeles, Cal., have alrsudy been swept l'iKtoeMl",“'‘“,' *h" fall of rain anil the water in some of able plant of machinery. The engineer bet __ iiern by lire, anil still the llaiuos aro devour presented by proxies. tile streets ran up to the doorsteps ot a was saved from the building in a badly ma hsvx xuo,! fI)r . ••xi«,an troopR in Motiorii, ing tho timber. It was reported from burned condition, and is not expected at Yellow.toil« I’»» k Fire Ont. number of residences. ths I... I. I'wu thousand of Stiirtcvniit's t'limp that th«( tiro had J to live. Washington, August 29.—Acting join th \ 5 t Mr^ta refuse to spread <ui the north side of tho west Rtnrms In Germany. eia that 11 ' "«"gtiatluiix, fearing fork of the Sun Gabriel river and the Superintendent Goode, ot the Yellow Bankruptcy l»e«*l.lon. Berlin, August 30.— During the last fro stone National Park, in a telegram re Winona, Minn., August 30.—An im south sidcof theTejungit river, between ceived today by the secretary of tho few days territic thunder storms have rai pl'ite.1,11',!1' l,l,c'<fnK house cm- Devil's ciinyou ami the Short Cut. portant bankruptcy decision was filed interior, says the forest fire that has caused much damage in the districts here this morning by Judge Lochren, ha: ""<« lx. t'li, " ,I"U ,1"’ crruntry been raging in the park has been ex of Stutgart, Leipsic and Rostock. in the case of W. S. Trowbridge, in Jose Custroy Garriti, who was arrest bimbe» I """ «niplojmeiit s»p- The fire was confined Near Rostock the clops were destroyed solvent. The decision in effect is that ki aeviir '' ?"* of bokiig iinabln ed in Havre, I'liince, on July 20 last, tinguished. by hail, which lay four inches thick •’I" rulin'i* "'1 th"v ,'",1’*,’ler '»P "quite- charged with absconding from Porto mostly to dead and down timber, and In Saxony and Thuringia, on the other under the bankruptcy law, no creditor vii >"t nent of tl„, WHg„ Rico with $12,000 of Uniteli States tho loss or area of the conflagration is da hand, lightning has caused many de can have his claim allowed until he funds, linanrrlved in New York. He uot known. ba surrenders to the trustees any money Inuuil ' Hiicv«» stola was in the custody of Luis Barrios, structive tin's. or property he may have received from nt 0|lii:» of ii"rti' fr”''' th« assay Kstrani» Hxal In N«w York. Thu g„|,| '"¡.'7 G"uld Plant. assistant chief of the insular jarlice of Augustine, the chief of the Sequoia the bankrupt within four months piror in Potto Rico, who wont to Havre to New York, August 29.—The extreme r<| h . 11 " rutort nml reprnsinit- Indians in California. died in San to bankruptcy, without regard to the su H h M i ’ "’ w ,’ h V s ' el«iiii-ii|i of R A. brhig buck the alleged enilrexsler. By hot weather continued today, and the Biego. He had ruled the tribe for 100 creditor’s knowledge or ignorance of I n his extradition tho French government weather bureau says the heat will last the fact that his debtor is iu danger of in the sovereignty of tho Unit two days longer. Eleven deaths were rears, hu J was reputed to lie 133 years bankruptcy. er in./ " from th« olile«, ...... .. old. ed States in Potto Rico. reported today. X J'i’t conn, from tho flirtili««. •mir»1»»»,'1'''! t,lnt thrill urn will take '/4’H ,,t 1 •>« Buris exposition M‘»w‘ll'>n, <>., left 'T h I iiis „I, "’,ll'rH th«y w ill tako up • coiouj'Wnil,"u‘ '1UI1' IH"* «e»b- l,*Nied'l'|l!'l]tr"l,w'l,f •T'" tfOHsiiry ban for ti '! cnil,nio»> carrier in res)M>u- H. .ven 'T" "f emrln recoiveri by <Kl"ibnniJi"?K ' nt« not no- •>ln» '•irm-ti,,,, " or "hip- English army experiment with a bi cycle corps ns n defensive force is pro nounced it success. After living with her husband for 41 years a Topeka woman Ims discovered that he is uot hor affinity and asks divorce. Work Ims begun in Baltimore on- »he silver serlvcs for Rear-Admiral Schley, to bo made from tho silver coin cap tured on the Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon. Tho cost, when completed, will be about #8.000. Npanlah War Order. Chattanooga, Tenn., Augunt 29.— Tho United Ntatee Volunteer Aaaooia* tion, the membership of which it ex*. IHTt^d to exceed 200,000, was formed here today, with Colonel Richard. Henry Savage, ol New York, who com manded the battalion of engineers in tho Cuban campaign, as president. The objects of this association are ideiU Heal with those of the Spanish war ohb rs. Tlie association will be strict ly nonpartisan, nonsectional and non- sectarian. Tartar City of Canton llal,le<l. Defeated With I.o«s. Hong Kong, August 31.—Two hun dred bandits raided tho Tartar city ot Cauton, Monday night. Several houses were halted. It is believed that the motive of tho raid was the Cantonese hatred of the northeriibra. Lourenco Marques, August 30.— Heavy fighting is reported to have oc curred at Macliadodoi pr The Boers ate said to have been defeated with great loss, leaving their guns and am munition in the hands of the British. New York, August 81.—Tom L. Johnson, of Ohio, who arrived on the < iceanic, said today that he received a request from Mr. Braytt to come over and take the stump for him, and that he expected to do so soon in Ohio. I Eureka, Sept, t.— iu« ».. , --- the John Vance Mill & Klamath River Railroad Company wore sold today to A. B. Hammond, of Missoula, Nlont. The John Vance Mill A Lumber Com pany is one of the oldest and largest ted wood firms on the i’acific coast, and Idaho Shingle Plant Burned» , has a large foreign and domestic trade. • Wallace, Idaho, August 28.—The The properties will be owued by cor Eureka Shingle Company's plant at porations incorporated under the laws Harrison burned, today. The loss is of the state of New Jersey, with a capi tal stock of $2,000,000. 115,000, and the iusuiauce $5,000. CONTESI WON ON EIGHTH BALLOT llogrri Men Forced Nomination of Itolx •rt*»on, of Npiikitiir, mid Konuld, of Meattta, for Congress. Congressmep-at-large—F, <>’. Robert son, of Spokane; J. T. Ronald, of King. Governor—John R. Rogers. Lieutenant-Governor—W. E. Me- Croskey, of Whitman. Supreme Judges—E, C. Million, of Skagit; Richard Winsur, ot King. Secretary of State—J. A. Brady, of Snohomish. Attorney-General—Thomas Vance, of Yakima. Treasurer—W. E. Runner, of Spo kane. • Auditor—L. Silvxrthorn, of Douglas. Land CommiiMioner—O. R. Hol comb, of Adams. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion— F. J. Browne, ot King. Presidential Electors—James Me- Neeley, of Pierce; N. G. Blallock, of Walla Walla; J. G. Heim, of Pacific; George T. Cotterill, of King. Seattle, August 31.—John R. Rogers was. renominated for governor by the union Democratic convention on the eigth ballot, at 1 o’clock this morning. He received 708 votes, or 6S more than the necessary number. The con text throughout was most exciting, and great disorder many times marked the conr-e Of proceedings in the conven tion. Rogers on the first ballot re ceiver! «33 votes, and gained on erery ballot until his final victory. He was a< tually nominated on the seventh bal lot, but in the confusion and through a mi-un ler-tanding as to the vote of the Walla Walla Populists he lost four votr-s intended to be cast for him. He then wanted only t^i votes. Tbe chairman ordered another vote, which was decisive. The unexpected turn of events in Roger’s direction came about with the nomination of Robertson, of Spokane, tor congressman. Thia state nominates Imth congressmen-at-large. It was the plan of tbe anti-Rogers faction to put J. T. Ronald, of King, whom a great majority undoubtedly favor,’ against Robertson, for one nomination, and thus kill off Robertson, and leave tbe way open to Voorhees as a candidate for governor. Robertson proved a very strong candidate, and led Ronald, and as the balloting proceeded seemed cer tain to defeat him. Many delegates voted for Robertson, expecting to give Ronald the second nomination. The King county man had made a combi nation with Thurston Dauiels for the other nomination, and he could not honorably enter the second contest. Dauiels tinally solved the problem for King county and saved Ronald’s neck by offering to withdraw. Ronald and Robertson were then nominated by ac clamation. The Platform. The following platform was adopted by the convention: We, the representatives of the Dem ocratic, Peoples and Silver-Republican parties of tne state of Washington, as- serubled in joint convention this 29th day of August, 190U, respectively re affirm our faith in the priuciplefi enunciated by our respective national conventions; and we pledge our earnest support to the peerless representatives of the people, William Jeuniugs Bryan and Aillai E. Stevenson. We still lielieve iu the Declaration of Independence, and therefore hold it aloft in preference to the imperialistic policy of the Republican party. We oppose trusts and combinations which corner the products of industry aud levy tribute on the |>eople. We denounce these twin relics of barbarism—imperialism ami militar ism—whether in the form of trusta at home or greed of conquest abroad. We pledge our repelsentatives in ootigresg to work for the passage of a measure providing payment for the tints consumed by our state volunteers in the late war with Spain. We favor just and liberal pensions to the true and faithful soldiers of the United States, including the gallant Indian war veterans. We demand such legislation as will insure to the farmers and producers ot the state of Washington a reduction of freight rates and fares to a just basis. We demand the inauguration of ■h measnrM as shall give the people right to express themselves, when y so elect, upon all important ques- • is, by the system known as direct islation. Ve commend the official conduct ot our state officers, and cull attention the contrast between the present ex lent financial condition of the state I the blight and ruin prophesied by e opposition to surely resalt from th« -ction of our state officers. Wo commend the wise, courageous i! patriotic manner in which the Hon. ■orge Turner, our representative in e United States senate, has defended p honor of his country and fulfilled I duty to the people of the state of ishington. —---------------------- l.ariol Ks|,lupe«l. S'ancouvor, B. C., Sept. 1—A. Ros' tn, wife and child were burned to death here this morning. Their tw story frame house was discovered <m tire about 3 o’clock and as toon as the flames were partly extinguished, tlie firemen entered and found the charred remains of Mrs. Rescia on the lower floor. Rescia was in bed with the burning clothes wr«p|>ed around him, suffocated. The baby had rolled froia the bed to ths flour in it» agony. X.