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!• A U.S, KLA.MATII COUNTY, OREGON, MAY
PßORHOUSE TO PALACE
• • •
BY MARY J HOLMES
“They ar. poor, yon aay, and Mr How
ard la a music tes.-her. Monsieur Du
FOREIGNERS TO BLAME.
pres baa Just loft tn., and who know, but
papa caa gst Mr Howard tu fall bl.
Mlied Armiet Retpuntlble for Much of th«
Anarchy Existing In Chin«.
Whoa th. subject was referred to hey
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM
FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS
father he .aid that he had ilbw.t th. • p-
New York, May 8.—The latMt mail
ALL OVER OREGON.
praraix-. of Mr Howard, and would. If
OF THE WORLD
from China brought to the state de
possible, find bltn on th. morrow and en
gags Illa aervl< ea
Th. lo-lt morning the
aky waa dark with angry cloud., from A < omprehtnslvs Rtvltw of th« Impoe-ua in«l jx-rlia|H> irretrievable conditions Commercial and Financial ttappeninqe of Im-
h which exist under th«- foreign mili-
which th. rain waa ateadily falling
portance A Brief Review of of th«
happening» of the Pati Week Prtie ud I lary rule in North China, involving
tliuughta of Mr Howard were given up
for that «lay, and aa every moment of
Growth and Improvemeuts of th« Many
In a Condensed form Which Il Moit i situation not heretofore fully r«-al-
Mr Melden'a time waa employed for aev
iz«-<! even in Washington, ami utterly
Induitriei Throughout One Thriving Com.
Likely to Prove of Interrii to Our Many
oral atici-esalve one.. It waa nearly a
umipprcciate«! in the United 8tate«
week after George a arrival before auy
monwealth Latest Market Report
generally. The character of the in
In<|ilIrlea were inaile for the family. The
formation which has now come into
hotel at which they bad stopped wa. then
ifhe administration’« jroswssion is
Hi* cases of small pox are reported
News has just arrived of a
found, but Mr Belden was told that the
■ummarizc«l in the following extracts near Athena.
persona whom lie waa seeking bad left
from a communication written by one
the day before for on. uf th. inland
Columbia county will he entirely
The allies defeated the ('hiriese it the most trusted officials in the
towna, though which oue ba could uut •> west of Kalgan.
out of debt by September, 1901.
EVENTS OK THE DAY
NEWS OF THE STATE
Tented Villages are Bein,
Jacksonville, Fla., May 9.—The
alnxi«t superhuman work of the dif-
feront committees hna somewhat re-
lieved the situation and it is now be
lieved that in every instance those
without proper fots! anti clothing were
in a measure carer! for toilay and that
tonight there are vastly fewer jieople
who were compelled to sleep upon the
Two hundred tenta were
erected today, an«! while those were
very crowded tonight ami while sev-
« ral churches ands chisilhouaea in the
miburlm were also crowded with sleep
ers. this condition will also la* reliev-
«si tomorrow by the arrival of 2,000
tents from the general government at
W ashington, which will be erected at
once. The military companies have
l»*en of great assistance with their ex-
|M-rienc<- in rapidly erecting tents.
There will also Is* provided several
extra commissary stations in various
parts of th«- city to relieve the situa
tion at the two already established.
There hi¿s been no outbreak of sick-
n«-ss in the city. Thousands of peo-
pie have left th«- city. Those remain
ing will Is- given some kind of labor
at th»- bureaus which have lieen estab-
lished. The cleaning up of the streets
has been going of rapidly.
CI oik I s of smoke still envelope the
city from the smouldering embers of
the conflagration, but many build
ings have la«-n sufficiently cooled off
to allow the safes to lie opened and
Issiks am! paja rs of a great many
concerns have been found only
slightly scorched. Twelve carloads
of provisions have arrived from New
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F"*'n Gvorgs’g lap, aha threw
"tVhat ntakro yo« baap that I*1« Idua n ->u her head and waa hurrying away
r.n. < .Its««« M ■
wli'ii George .aught her and pulling her
fa,-a’ Ara ton afraid of liarlnz It aa. n •
I orglva ii"-. Mary
I • ould
Hi» parson od<lraee««l waa a pale, ai ;
Ii-'t he ;> plaguing yuu a little, but I'll try
I, looklns ' HU I about alaa yaara of
ahi nut ,f, |( again."
The bond on the Republic mine, on
• bo .01 Ilia da.-k of tlia vassal U In l. r i
I or a time George kept this resolution,
Secret societies nt Nankin, China, kin a month ago:
OK ta waa »a»ln< lutrntly toward Iba .tla
“The «piertion of raising the in 'Griffin creek, Jackson county, has
l»m lie .oi.l i n .t ron.-eal the |>ref«-r«-n*-e
have joined the reformers.
i'll APTEIl II.
t.ut »bora of ol.l Kii«lati4. fast rr.e lins whl.-h he felt for Ella, whose doll Ilk»
demnity, though one of the meet oer- been extended.
It wa. th. .ftrrnuou fur th. regular
A well of boiling hot water has ions of the Chinese government, is
^*ar h»r a flua ImdHnf lio, fa-e an I ehll<!i,h w aya were far inoro meeting of th. Ledi. ■' Mewing Kmlety in
Dr. I). F.f Lane, of Salem, has been
uf f.mrfeau was «tan Hag, trylu< In tain III keeping with his taste than Mary's th. little village of Chi.-opes, and at th.
not paramount. AB the people who appointed county physician
to gala a look at ilia features «haded by "Id look.
W henever lie noth e.| her at
usual hour gtoupa of ladle, were leva
China will ask powers to obtain for
■ II, he apoka kindly to her; but aha knew
lbs (Ingham b-.nnai.
wending their way toward th« stately her a loan to pay the indemnity.
'Chine««- peasant can stand no greater
Al tha aoiiul of Ida volro ths little girl there waa ■ great difference lo-tween hla mansion of Mr. Campbell, th. w.althl
The Samuels creamery will lie
burden of taxation than in the past,
turta-l. and wltb'it turning bar bead
moved from La Grande to Baker City
tr.atmeut of her end Ella, and ofttline.
est an I proudest lady lu town. Th. apa
r,j, i,. i
-. ... I. waais to ••••
w hen aa> Itig Her erasing
prayer, ahe clous altllng room, th. music room ad tion adopted the Flatt am<-n«iment.
to reducing the exjiense of collection, and the capacity doubled.
go ugly an I dleag. eobla "
prayed that George Moreland might Ion- Joining, and th. wide, cool hall beyon I
The horse show at Pendleton this
Younger brothers arc to la- paroled which in China involves radical re
"t'g'X. are t . i • repealed th» boy. lift
her a little. Just a little
were thrown open to all. and by (fare,
Another proposition for year ecli|»we<l anything of the kind
from the Stillwater, Minn , ja-ni- forms.
Ing bar up nnd I .-.'mg her fully In tlie
I w i weeka had passed alnre the last o'clock they w.r. nearly filled.
I m«-«-ting th«- indemnity is to grant ever given in that city before.
gro .... .......................... I
reetlge of Ian I had dlaappeared from
At Ural there waa almoet perfect el tentiary.
lucrative mining and industrial con-
soma, that a a fa.'. b it I w out ’n't lie a il
♦ lew, an| then George waa taken dan
A new lumber company is to lie
lene», broken only by a whisper or tin
The presidential party visited the cessiona to foreigners, Init that means
|ra about It
1(0 people are always gerouely III ,oh ferer.
Mra Howard dertone, but gradually th. bum of voices
opened up at Huntington by the Kel
smart, ehl perhaps > - i are
Anyway. hera.-lf ii.lted him frequently, but ahe Increased. until at last there was a great
bartering their independence, and ley Lumber Co., of Weiser, Idaho.
apected its workings.
I lias little girls, a.. jua| let Ina ell bare > "inmaiided her .-hildren to keep away, deal uior. talking than working
laying up end less trouble for the Chi-
It ia reported that a rich strike has
sad grt •- .|iialuir I "
lest they. t.w,. ahould take the dlaeaae
for a tint, there was again Bilenca while
Morgan and his syndicate are try- nene, who are quick to recognize the be«-n made in the Koaring Gimlet
Mary Hower I was .-ertalnly not very I or a day or two Mary obeyed her moth
Mra Johnson, president of th. society, ing to acquire another of th«- trans fact.
Ilrr features, though tolera
er, an I then rurloalty
near told of the estroni. destitution tn which
“If the whole horror of the murder mine, situated not far from Gold Hill.
Atlantic at«-amship lines.
bly regular, were email aitl thin, her i.eorg« » berth
For several mlnutea ahe she bad that morning found a poor Eng
The Ashland mine is yielding more
and p.llage done betoreen Tien Tsin
rempleil-io sallow, sod her eyee. though lingered, and waa alwiiit turning away llah family who had moved into th. vll
A combination of ship yards, in- and Pekin comes to be understood in ore now than ever Iw-fore.
bright and elpreeelre. seemed t<x> large when a low m-- ,n fell on her ear and ar
lag. two or Hire. year, before.
They cluiling the Union Iron Works, , San the United States and in Europe, is crushing about 25 tons of ore |>er
for her fare,
^he had frequently been rooted her footatepe
Ilrr mother's rom- ha t niauaged to earn a comfortable liv Francisco, has been formol.
the sum of it is so great as compared day.
laid that eke w
--nirly, and often when uianda were forgotten. an«l tn a moment ing until the husband and father audden
Th«* traiis|sirt Egbert, recently ar- to the numlx-r of Christians who have
ahe atu ■-I by Grorgr'a tanlelde
Reports from the Grand Rounde
alone La l wept, all I w-.n lered why alia
ly died, elm-, which time
too, was n it h >u loonie Ilka her elater ly ah« an» itlieit Ina
pillow, health bad been very rapidly falling, and rived at San Francisco, brought the siitTi-rc«! at the hands of the Chinese valley indicate that the prospects for
Kilo, "tl whose ■ brak the softest rose was molatene I hl, parched lipa and bathed she waa no louger able to work, but waa bodies of our dead who fell in China. that rightly or wrongly, the Chinese this year's crop of sugar beets is better
ar<- likely to I* held the injured than ever before.
bloomlag. while her rt.h brown hair fell hla feverlah hrow, and when an hour af
wholly dependent for subsi.tenr. upon
A Poukecpsie, N. Y.. woman mur jsirty. Lancers wantonly impaling
la wary maosra atm it her white ne.-k and terward, the phyahlan entered, ha found the esertlona of her oldest child, Frank,
Mr. Wright, owner of the Big Foot
Bui If Ella wee more loan
hia patient ealmly
aleeplng, with OUr and th. charity of the villagers. The day dered her husband and then put in an little children by the wayside in the
mine, Gold Hill section, has started
Uful than Mary, there was far Iras In hau l rlaaped In thqt of Mary.
liefore the sewing society Frank had lo-eu application for a pension as a soldier's strei ts of Pekin are some of the least
her .-bareeler to admire
Nhe knew that
"Mar,' Mary Howard!" aald the phy
taken aerloualy 111 with what threatened
of the well authenticated horrors, and
New Organization With Sixtyfiva Millions
aba was prrilj. an I ibis made h< r proud • . Ian "thia la u , pla.-o for you," • tnl to tie scarlet fever.
fo some foreign soldiers a dead Chi- mine on Sams creek.
sad sei0 *h asporting attoMtoo fross aN, he endeavored to lead bar away
The .lek woman In whom Mrs. John
Work in the mines in the Baker
battleship Maine, together with sur ne-e Christian is just a« satisfactory
| gallon If It woo sHti
1 hia atoueed George, who lo-ggad as son was so much interested was Mrs.
New York, May 9.—A circular has
vivors, pri-sentisl claims to the an eivdence of no quarter a« a dead
Mr. II .ward, the itmllier nt these <-hll
hard for her to remain that the phy»l
All Inquiries for her elaters
Boxer—they neither know nor care work is being pushed in several of the been issued by H. W. Poor A Co., re
tree, bad in* urr»d th* «hvple«uir* <»f h*i . Ian went In quest of Mra Howard, who had been fruitless
Hiuce we last .aw amount of $5,000,(MM)
newly opened mine«.
for the trilling distinctions.
garding the organization of the Unit
fath«r. • wri» It by EnffHwhtnan. I>y mar
rather unarlll ngly conaented, and Mary ' them a sickly baby had been added to,
The engineers who have lx*«-n mak
“The allies, even if they could
The state military board has decid ed States Shipbuilding comjainy un-
Humbly at h<*r waa duly
Perfectly their number. With motherly care little ing surveys for a canal across Nicara
agr«-e, could not wt up an administra ed on plans for the coining O. N. G. der the laws of New Jersey to acquire
father • feet ahe h«a«l ku»l( an*d •tied f •« delighted ’
Mary each day washed and dressed It.
gua have concluded their work and tive machinery of their own for the
pardon, but th* old man wtn loeaortbi« would alt I
Nhe and then hour aftrr hour carried It lu her
encampment. The Fourth regiment tin- Newjiort News Shipbuilding &
a nJ turted her fr«»m bi« hou««
Late hi p-.aaeaard I
empire. They must restore the power and First Sejiaratc La tai lion will go Dryd«x*a Co., the Union Iron Works,
olee; and arnia, trying to still Its feeble moans,
Ilf« he h«d married « youthful widow, frequently,
sans had which fell so sadly on the ear of her in
The Deleware, Iaickawanna A to some native party, and the quicker into camp, and the Third regiment San Francisco; the Bath Iron Works,
who. after the l«p«e of • fr* year« dl«*d. failed to quiet him. ahe would bend her valid mother.
Ltd., an«l the Hyde Windlass Co., of
Western Railroad refused to grant its they do it the la tter for China. The will engage in a practice drill.
bivinf three Utt!« girl«. H«r«h. Kill «ud face near hla. and taking hla handa in
It waa a amali, low building which employes a nine hour day at the pres Chinese estimati* that l.FMJO.OOO of
Bath Me.; the Crescent Shipyards
Jan*, i»1 of then» hi« own. «hl one • h. ra. w<>uld • ng to him aotue simple song they Inhabited, containing but one room
and the Samuel J. Moore <t Sons Co.,
ent scale of wages and as a result 900 their ;x*ople have lost their lives by memorial monument at Eugene.
al«p<1aughter «nd a t id I «»f hl« wife’« of home, until lullr.t by the aoft tuiielc and a bedroom, which they had ceased
violent deaths or starvation alout
of Elizalwthport, N. J., and the
A« « la«t rr<)tie«t Mr«
he would fall away to ale«-p. Much un
to occupy, for one by one each article of
Last week 15,150 bushels of wheat Canda Manufacturing Co., of Car-
Pekin and Tien Tsin since the allies
Tempi« ha I ««ked that her baby Jane . wearied kindness waa not without Ita ef furniture had l»-< n «-Id. until at last Mrs
The employes of the United Trac came. ”
changed hands at Weston. The price taret, N. J. The total annual ca
abouM b« fHrn tn th* rtre nf her «later, fect u| >-i G.-orge, and one day when Howard lay upon a rude lounge, which tion Cont|>any, w hich operates electric
was 46 cents.
pacity is estimated at 38O.IMJO tons.
Mra Marti*, who wn« <>n the at« of rm
Mary aa naual waa altllng near him, he Frank had made from some rough boards lines in Alimin. Troy. Colics, Water-
The aggregate orders of the con
A new pump has been put in at De
barking fur Amrriua
Ha rah. ton, waa «-ailed her to hla «ide, and taking her fare Until ml Inight the little fellow lolled, and
vleit and Rensselaer, N Y , have gone
stituent com|xinies on hand promise
edop’c! by h*r fa'hrr « brother Olid tl
between hla han la. klaaml her forehead then when his work was done crept soft
on a strike for recognition of Amalga
an estimated profit of over $5.<MJO,OtJO.
Mr frmp <■ wa« !« ft «lone with I. • r‘.d
an I ll| • aay ig. "What ran 1 ever do to ly to th. cupboard. where lay one slice
w ho haul water.
mated Association of Street Railway Thirty Ninth Infantry and Others Just Re-
The committee will 1« authorized
Mt daughter, Ella < > • -a«i>»nnlly lie heard pay my lit tir ntirM for her k I nd n««■?*'
of bread, the only arti, le of food which
fmui Jane, but time and di«t«n<*w gradu |
Mary heatAfr.) « moment, ami then the bouse contained
Icing and wistfully
under its charter to issue capital
ally wrahrurd the tie of |««rehtal afTr<*
replied, "Lote me aa well aa you do he looked at It. thinking how good it
stock to the amount of $65,000,000.
mile below Vient.
lion, whlth wound lt«rlf m»>r« r|o««*iy Eiur
would taste; but one glance at the pale
The British battle ship Warspite is inth infantry was mustered out of
iffluol Kila, an I $>«•<•. when «ho. too. left
"Aa well aa 1 do Ella 7’ he repeated. face near decided him. "They need It
A lout 12,000 bushels of wheat
tlie scrivce today. The Thirty-second
him. and worwe (han «11, married • poor ' "I love you a great deal better. She haa mor. than I," .aid he, and turning reso
changed hands at D c M om springs last
mu*k tr«rhe?s th« old man*« *rath knew Ii it hem t ere me onre.
What la the lutely away, he prayed that he "might
The yacht (’oust itut ion ha« l>een Twenty-ninth and Twenty-sixth will week at 45 cents per bushel.
all follow in a few days. Nearly all
sleep pretty soon and forget bow hungry launched at Bristol. R. 1.
Miners Object to Rule Thai Non-Payment
the officer« of the Twenty-sixth in
"Hit wadi «ee,M «aid he ’’well «ee
Frank, who a moment before hid .tnl
The Bonanza mine, in Eastern Ore
Meani Confiscation of Du»t
Immigration to this country no far fantry have been ordered to ap|x*ar gon, has received a large new boiler.
bow thay get on. 1‘li um all my i iflurnr«* en to Mary'a
■I.Is, answered. saying.
One morning when he attempted to
againat th« dog. aud when Ml«« Ella« "Mome.ine told Ell. that if ab. should rise b. felt oppressed with a languor bi this season is unprtx-edenled.
before the examining board for com It weighs 21.000 pounds, and it took
May 9.—Dispatches from
right cold and hungry ahw'li I»« glad to have tha fever, her curia would all drop lia.I never experienced, and turning on
missions in the regular army. The 20 horses 9^ days to haul it frem Dawson under date of April 23 state
tom« back an.I |««vt him ”
off an I ao ahe
reduction of the size of the army in Sumpter to the Bonanza, about 16 that the royalty has been officially
the largest ever offered in Oregon.
But h« waa mlstahwfl. for though right
Jnat then Mra Howard appeared, and cotton Jacket, hie only pillow, be again
the Philippines will bring home miles.
reduced to 5 per cent and that cer
raid and hungry Fl!« oftrntlm«*« wa«. ah« thia time ahe waa ar. ..mpanied by Ella, slept so soundly that Mary was obliged
Supplies have Ixx-n orderixl rushed immediately after the return of all
tificates must l>e presented at the
to call him twice ere she aroused him.
M»ly dung th« rlo«er to her
hu«b«n<l, who rlung rl.nely to her mother'a aktrta
to soldiers at Fort Giblxm, Alaska.
th«« volunteer« the regiments of the
That night he came home w ild with de
happy to «!>ar« hia fortune, whatever It George did u d aa uaual raresa her, but
on the north side of the McKenzie, a boundary showing that the royalty
Troops will lx*gin to leave China regular army who have lieen longest short distance below th emouth of the has been |>aid or suffer confiscation
might be Two year« after her marriage, he eeked her ni— kingly, "if her hair had light -"be lia.l earned a whole dollar, and
hearing that b«r father waa daog r>»ueiy ronimenred romlng out!" while Ella only he knew how he could earn another half when she promises to |iay the indem in th«* Philippines, the Fourth caval Mohawk, was totally destroyed by of dust.
A vigorous protest is being
ry, tin* Fourteenth, Eighteeth and
111. ah« want t<> him, but the f«»rgb• n« «« anawered by graaplng at her long curia. dollar to morrow
Ch, I wish it would nity.
made by the miners.
•h« «o ardently dr«lrwd w«« never galne I. ■ a If to reaaaure herself of their lately. come quick," eaid he. aa he related hi»
There has lieen a marked advance
that country, having been built in
University of California defeated
for the Id man • re««on wa« gone Eulth
In a few days George was able to go success to hie mother.
Tin* transport Egbert, which has of
the price of beef and eggs but there
filly «he watrhod until the eml. and then on deck, and though he atlll petted and
But. alaa! the morrow found him burn University of Oregon in field day. 75 just arrived from the Philippines will
is ample supply to last until naviga
Ing with fever, and when he attempted to 42.
wbm ah« heard read hl« will and knew played with Ella, he never again alight
b«* d«-tained in quarantine for a «reek
tion opens. A cold storage plant has
that hi« property wa« all brquoitbed to e.l Mary.
At laet. after many weary to stand he found It Impossible to do so
The British house of commons nr mor«*, a soldier having di«xl|if^ma 11
lieen erected by Tacoma pebple at a
b«r Biater in Amorlr«. oh« brushed th« daya. there came the joyful newa that
A ease of aearlet fever had appeared in
|xix during the voyage. The cabin
cost of $30.000.
the village, and it soon became evident adopted the coal tax by a vote of 333
tear« from her long «yelaahr« «nd went Ias i waa In eight, and next morning Boa
passengers, however, will be fumi
Sluicing has already commenced
kick to her humble bom« prepare^l to ton. with Ita numerona doinea and eplroe, that the dlaease had
upon to 277.
gated and allowed to land.
•>««t th« worst.
Frank. Tlie morning following the sew
waa before them
Toward noon a pleaa-
Flour—Best grades $2.90(93.40 per on some of the creeks and conserva
An engineer was killed and a score ,
Io course <yf time three children. Frank. ant looking, middle aged man came on Ing society Ella Campbell and several
tive estimates place the clean up at
barrel; graham. $2 60.
of passengers wen* injunxl in a train
Mary and Ella, were add«d to their num
board. Inquiring for George Moreland, other children showed symptoms of the
b«r. and though their presence brought aud announcing blmarlf aa Mr Selden
asm. disease, an i in the season of g. n
gray. $1.2501.30 |*er cental.
•unah n« .n | gla’nr««, it broUfbt
forward, eral sickness which followed few wen-
Much satisfaction is expresseil in fscht Constitution Lowered Into the Water
Barley—Feed, $17017.25; brewing,
1 tally Ixmdon at the turn the South African
CHINA SEEKING A LOAN
IB increase .»f t<»il and » are
r.»r after and after greeting hla unde, Introduced left to car. for the p.wir widow
$17017.25 )>er ton.
year Mr. Howard struggled on. while Mr and Mra Howard, apeaklng at the little Frank grew worse. The dollar lie affair has taken.
Mill-tuffs—Bran. $17 per ton; midd
••‘b day rumor« reached him of the same time of their kindness to him during had earned was gone, the basket of pro
Bristol, R. I., May 8.—With het lings. $21 80; shorts, $20.00; chop, Will Request the Power» to Obtain On« for
plenty to l»e had In the land beyond the hie lltneas- All waa now confusion, but visions Mra. Johnson had sent was «••nr.
A draft of the new canal treaty is
hull gaily decorated with flags and $16.
and at la«t, when hope «eetned dying In the hurry ami buetle of going aahore and when for milk baby Alice cried, there said to have Ixx-n presented to Eng
her deck well filled with sailors, the
euf, he rooked to try his fortune In the George did not forget Mary.
Taking was Bon. to gir» her.
Hay—Timothy. $12.500 14 ; clover.
land by Secretary Hay.
Pekin, May 9—China will request
yacht Constitution was christened $709.50: Oregon wild hay,
(To be continued.I
fir fa inn 1 b<NM gf th« weary rm gi | if
her aside he threw round her neck a
the powers to obtain for her a loan
One million Chinese have lost their this evening by Mrs. Butler Duncan, per ton.
Th’ necessary preparation« for their
■ mall golden chain, to which waa attach
sufficient to |>ay the indemnity as
lives by starvation and violent deaths who broke the traditional bottle of
llown a Mountain Hlope.
*• •°°t> «• possible, an I ,.,| a I.H-ket containing a miniature like
Hops—12014c. per lb.; 1899 crop, soon as the amount thereof is made
wben th« Wm<lerni«re left the harbor nc«« of himself painted a year Iwfore
Ths d«*s«ent from the easiest pn«R since the allies first landed.
wine on her glistening bow, just as 607c.
She will also ask for an ex
• Liverpool they stoo<| upon her <!e«k.
•'Keep It." aald ho, "to remember me Herons tlx* Blue llhlg«* mountains there
Wool—Valley. 12 's0 13 ’4c ; Eastern tra 20,000,(MJO taels to be provided
A trial trip of Shamnx-k 11 has she started slowly down the ways into
waving a last adieu to the few
kin I by. or If you get tired of It, give It to ataiuta. known aa Snicker's gap, to the
I Oregon. 9012c; mohair, 20021c. annually, according to the proposi
proven her to lx* vastly siqx'rior in
nenla who on abom wrr« bidding them Ella for a plaything."
one. as the Constitution was slowly per pound.
Shenandoah river. Is long nnd steady. every particular to Shaninx'k I.
tion of the ministers.
"I wlah 1 had "tie for yon," aab! Mary,
lowered into the water, the cheering
At regular Intervals a little elevation
Butter — Fancy creamery, 150
Among the passenger«
wa« George an I George replied, "Never mind. I can
The foreign ministers have decided
Twenty torpedo limits mid destroy from the Imats outside being loud and 17 ltc. ; dairy, 12 >,014c. ; store. 100
Moreland, whose parent« had died aome remember your looka without a likeneaa."
to address a collective note to the
has been banked up acroes the road
12c. per |Miund.
months before, leaving him and a largo Then bl'bllng adieu to .Mr. and Mra
Chinese government informing it
ment within the next few months.
the steam yacht Colona, just outside
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 14014'sc. that a joint indemnity of 450.000,000
rortune to the guardianship of hi« un< l«\ Howard. Frank and Ella, he eprang Into to keep It from being washed away by
• wMlthy merchant residing in Boston
I hla uncle'a earrings
carriage an.I waa rapidly
Latest mail advices from China
taels would la* deniandetd and asking
Rockets and other
• uncle, \|r Hcldrti, had written for driven
away. Mary looked after him at the river current, carries the stage brought proofs of terrible eonditions j
Ch«-e*e—Full cream, twins, 130 what method of payment is promised.
bl« nephew to join him In America, and I long ,i
13'se. ; Young America, 13'4014c. A reply is expected by the end of the
a ■ the heads of the white horses coach across tin* Shenandoah, which which exist under the foreign military
As the stern of the craft per pound.
and then taking Frank's flows nt the foot of th«* mountain.
I W«| fur thia purpose that George had were I-
rule in North China.
emerged from the shops, the private
One day th«* conch, well loa«l«sl with
III* hand, folhmi’d her parrot! to the hotel,
w-- - *
• • 'rauk. genernua hearted boy, mi l where for a few '!".♦• they had deter
piinscngcrs mid their bngghge. had at
hens. $10 4 50; dressid, 11012c. per
e Ith n
|| who k
|in.’ He mined to atop while Mra Howard made
Fiendish Crime in Kansas.
tallied a fnlr sp«.***«l when an n<*cldent to sued a call for n statement of the con cate were displayed on small dagstaffs jMiund; springs. $305 |s-r dozen;
a paaslonate admirer of beauty, mid Inqnlrlea for her elater.
Leavenworth, Kan., May 9.—Miss
tha murnent the Howard, .-«me ..n board
Meantime from the wlndowa of a Urite.
close of business on Wmlnesdnv April
live, 10012c; dressed, 13015c. per Bonnie, an employ«* of the state peni
,,l•!h, ,,f Kl1«'
handaoni.- building a little girl looked not turn the vehicle io ignlnnt tin* high
Torquoise for McKinley.
banks on either aid«* —ithout upsetting
"''If attracted toward her.
Mary, out. impatiently walling her father-! re
tentiary. while gathering mushrooms
Santa Fe, N. M., May 8.—Fom
Potatoes—Old. $101.25 per sack; near Lansing, was struck on the buck
Work of cleaning up the debris
'"•» aihaltlve nature ahrank from the turn, wondering why he waa gone ao tong It mid perhaps maiming Its occupants.
'‘■'*"6"n of strangers, eluded all hla mid If «he eliould like her cousin George. There was nothing to do but to "keep from the Jacksonville fire is progress Ix-autiful and valuable turquoise from new. 202l«c. jx*r |>ound.
of the head by an unknown person
In the center of the room the dinner the horses on their feet mid guidt* ing rapidly.
Mutton — Lambs 4*« 05c. ;x-r and rendered unconscious, after
ar. I " I1'! i1""1* "n',*r it*1' bonnet
Martial law still pre- 1 the Porterfield mines in the Burro
table waa standing, nnd Ida Belden had
hl" ''"rloslty. and when he fol
vails. Supplies in great quantities
which she was assaulted and then
I" her the remark twice i-limig» I ••><’ I'x*atlon of her coualn'a
Every time ho reach«*«! one of tlie arc coming from all parts of the ’ dent McKinley by Governor Otero. with wool. $4.2504.50; dressed, 7lac. thrown into an old well. The young
which we commenced this chapter. plate, on.» placing It nt her aide, ami
mounds across the rornl lie had to exer country
woman regained consciousness and
Z'-ntly smoothing back her hair, lastly putting K directly In front, ao ahe
• nd was a superb specimen.
Ilogs — Gross, heavy, $5.7506; after repeated attempts reached the
cise the greatest skill In steering over
"t"1 «l'>"ay. he
light. $4.7 505; dressed, 707-sc. per surface and went home, where she
"Why don't they coms?" nhc had enlil It squarely, but by coolness and pre have Ixx-n robbed out of $100.000 by
) "* •h"’
Sheet Muiic Trust
told of the crime. She stated that
The tear, at.rted to for the twentieth time, when the sound sence of mind I k * brought Ills load safe a gang who have been setting fires in
Chicago, May 8.— Arrangements
Veal—Large. 708c. per pound; she had caught a glimpse of her
ihe r " i?c*,,n
«« of carriage wheels In the yard below ly, although nt a tremendous ape«-«l. the southern part of the state.
Six | have been completed for the forma »mall, 8l2c. per pound.
iiia.U her start up. and, running down
assailant and would la* able to iden
down th«* mountain. From long <*x|x*- men mid one woman have Ix-en arrest- (
"">• ao. EH" sn.vn
Beef—Gross, top steers. $505.25; tify him.
tion of a comb nation of the eight
stulls, she was
"baking the hands rlence he knew where It wi.s possible
Miss Bonnie died soon
•«/• ao but mother
of her roiiain, whom she decided to be to drive Into the river without getting
Searching parties are
. music in the United States.
trn1lh’"^’',,?'.l,, '’'"••"’t »Iwaya tell
til.- handnome. Placing her arm affectionate
beef, 8.L-408laC. ;ier p«>und
scouring the country.
beyond his depth, mid. as he boldly
Iv around him. "lie led him Into the par
"" ' <,*or«''. wishing to a.lmin
plunged hla team Into the stream an
lor, saying: "I am so glad that you have
It is reported that some of the
*.y . I" ninch comfort as possible
It U Raid
Smallpox on Ocean Liners.
Several Perione Minin,.
effective brake upon Ita spec«! begun to
pretty blue eyes, nice brown ,,.mo I" ll'<* wl,h
Staten Island ferry boats are more
poultry will cost less to raise than
May 9.—Fire which
and iu’b X""r for*l'ea.l, too. la broad \\ e ll have real nice tlmea, but perhaps operate,
than 40 years old.
1,(MM) pounds of Iss-f, and will sell
midnight on the
l’l,'|n't inch a mild
for almost twice as much.
Count de Maquille, the last surviv ground floor of the five story apart
one that yon loved?"
drew a long breath once more. How
ot'<>n. bony cheeka, little no««*,
000 immigrants each, and the health
"Yes, two." wan the answer.
My boats came out after them, the harness
While finding that the seed trad« officers of the port are kept busy. or of King Charles X's pages, died ment house at 756 Lexigton avenue
ho ■„ i" ",l ' •wf"l teeth, you wouldn't
"• "K'h a fright!"
cousin I'la slid one other.”
drove 20 or more families into the
mid brakes were repaired and the of England, generally speaking, is Steerage passengers with sore eyes are recently at Nantes, aged 88 years.
"(>h who la she?” asked Ida.
"Tell Journey resumed.
street and many |>eople had narrow
well conducted, the departmental
UDon h!'1' l’r‘,P*h"lty to tense had come
The United States navy department t-sciipes.
The police ami firemen,
•l,|l b* enumerating the defect« me about her. How does she look? la
committee appointed bv th«- Inw«« rejected, as a case of small pox was
r"*'’*,t®,l I*, when he saw
kassi i,'. n«l,r '’•mle, Mary burnt Into a
ate St of weeping, then snatching
ahe pretty '
George told her of Mary, who had
watched so kindly over him during the
wearv 'lavs of hie Illness.
"1 know 1 should Ilka her," Ida aald.
The poet Campbell found thnt "Com
ing events cant their ahndowa before"
nnd " 'Tin distance leuds enchantment
to the view."
agriculture recommends the estab
lishment of a central station for the
purpose ol testing seeds sent toit for
discovered on a Oerman steamer. A
steamer from Marseilles had three
cases of smallpox among her 1,173
will exhiibt at Buffalo an 8x20 foot
map of the world, on which will be
placed 307 miniature lead models rep
resenting the war fleets of all nations
•nd their locations from day to dav.
aided by citizens, rescued several per
Two were injurvd and several
are reported missing. The lire started
in a butter and egg store. It spread