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COUNTY, OREGON, «IULÌ
I NEWS OF TH ESTATE
.... . than an hour there had hern
■aboikeu all'U«» •»
dlB»y old law
affi.«- <«r 'Ir " «rth.uslon. where Henry
I laruln an«l William »• » 1er »till re
iaala<d. th. n« aa » prartl« Ing l»w>er
an,| (ituior partner of th» firm. au«l the
other »• • .t.l'lent »till. f««r be limi U«»t
nt «lai.'l I" "ffer himself for eaamlBa-
ti..B Stilb • .!• B..iuelhlu« whl. h lleury
partlrulsrb «Itellkr.l. bu «I aa hie mother
had Ir.1.1>.-I him With the I'leB that labor
wholly iinne«-re»ary, lie bad
ne,,,r I....... ..
B th«instil on the future,
ur ais.le »•' « »eril«.n <«f buz bled. Now,
boweter. « «liff'-rent phase of affaira waa
Hl. father'» fortune was
lbreat.li -I "Hit rulli; bik I be eat In the
uffi.«- with lit» h «I. up««n the wlBdo* sill,
obether II «ere holler to marry Ella
t'.uipl«e!l for the m. m-y which would
agre him from poverty, or to rouse him
>rlt to •< t> i< for the sake of Mary How
ard. «h.«m he really fam-ini bo loved.
Frequenti): aim-e the party h».I ho met
ber. e» b tini«- becoming more an«l m«>re
reurin.-r'l of h«*r ■upvrlurlty over tbo otb-
er jonnx la-l I ■• of ber acquaintance. lie
waa anJouht « lly greatly aaalateJ In this
gmrIUon by th n.anuer with wbi<b she
wa. re<'vlrr<l I. the faahlonabli'S of ItoO-
laa btil, ««I Ir from that, aa far aa h *
waa «-sp»t»le ut .loins •**. b* liked her.
ani »•• 11 ’« making up bl» mln«l wbelb
er tu tell ber m or not.
At la.t brea ins i be silence, be eiclalm
e.l Italic me. If I doB't believe »be'» be-
wit.-bed me, or el»o I'm In love. Hen.li-r.
bo«r «loe. « ' hap feel when he'» In loveT*
Very f»»ll.h. Ju.lsltic from yourrelf,"
retiirn.'l W illiam. »ni Henry replied:
"I b««|«e you mean nothing person»I. for
|'in hound to avenge my h.«i>or. »ml
*twoald he a «teured ecrape for you ab«I
me to fight about 'your sinter.' aa you rail
b»r for *<»• »br who bit«
ktA'Ir « fool of in«*, otlt* or thi
*'Yuu’r« <hahftMil jour ml
you?** a«kr«t William, a little
**Hanfr«l if I havef* aahl Henry, "t
««■ iaterrateU in h«*r year* ago, when
•hr wa« the
little* VlVrtl a IU«tl
ever lookr<I upon, nn l that’« w hjr I teaar<1
her •*» I 4ou‘t believe alir'« han I»«»me
now, but *hr «i »omrthlntf. an<| that a»m<*
thing ha* rel*«*«t the mi*<hirf with me.
< ouir. Hr 11 l< r. you ar«« better acquainted
with brr than I am, eo tell me l»oti«'»tly
If you think IM better marry brr.’*
With • Imughtjr frown William replied;
bare my ¡M*rml»ei«*n. air, to prop»»«*
•• Kx>n aa you pira** I rather wl«b you
ireuM,“ th«*u taking hia bat be left the
efllcr. whil« Henry continued bla •olilo-
quy •• follow«:
”1 wonder nh«( the old folk« would
•ay to a petitille«* bride WmiIdo’t moth
•r «nd !<••*«* ral*«* a row? I'd soon quirt
the »Id woman, though, by tbreatdUng Io
trU that «br waa «»ore a factory girl. But
If dui «maabea up I’ll have fo work, fur
1 haven't bralna rimugh to earn my llvltu
by wit I guraa on the whole 1*11 go aud
rail ou Kila; «be'* ba nd »«»Hie, mi»| braid re
that ha* the rhigo, too; but bow ahgliow!**
and thr young man broke the blade of hi«
knifr «« hr «tuck It Into the hardwood
tabi« by way of i-tnphaaluu* bis last
Kila chanced to I h * out. an.l as Henry
_ ho overtook
Ida Meld, n
sn«l Mary Howard, who were tsklns
thelr «reiistoinr«! walk Him-r ber eonvrr
Mtlos wlth Wllllaru a welght »evnieil
llft«*<| fr.un Mary'a spirita, an«l »he u««w
»»« happier far tban «he ever remv-m
borei of liavlug !x-en liefore
miil.l nut fin i lt la brr hrart lo ba un
cuurtroua t«> Henry, and brr mannrr lo-
• ar«l limi that inortilng waa ao klu i ami
affatilo that lt complrtely upsrt hlm; sud
»hrn ho partasi wlth hrr at Mr. Helden's
gate bis unni wa» qiiltr made tip to
offri h.-r hi» hrart ami haml.
"I «hall bave to work.” thought hr,
bui for her aake |'|| ,|<, anythlng "
An liour latrr hr aat down ami wrsitr
,0 Mary ou paper what ho «/«uld n»t
trll ber fac» to fare.
Ilad Birre l»-rn
• lingrrlng doubt of h«-r acreplanre, he
»«oli undoubtedly havr wastnl at Ira»!
a dot. n ,fa(.,.t, ,,f t|„. tlltJr <t|, rd<|>(| ||(|
P’-r, but ss lt wn, 1(l),, WI1U|,| »uni,',., for
ahr woiilil not acrutlnlne Iti» hmidwritlug
--ab«« wouhi not conni thè biola, or utnrk
thè «nua.lon ,,f pum-tuatlng pause». An
• r lrnt «lei-larntloB of love ss« written
•*«l'-il and dlreeted.
R««atleaa and unqulet, hr aat down to
•»alt bla answer. lt carne at laat hi»
JectloB, yet coti« hr«l In laugungr ao klnd
»»«I con. Illntory that ho eoul.l not fori
throe tlinea hr ren.l lt
•' . hoplng to timi aome Ini Ima timi that
poaslbly »In« ntight reietti; but no. lt waa
finn an«| ,|..< ld<'.l, ami whlle ahr thanke.l
ami n.r ili,, honor hr eonf.-rre«! npon Iter,
'■ re»i«i i ttnlly decllnrd acerptlug II, a»
In Vini* te111 'b** ,l1" *r<’r‘‘* •hould he kepi
i ' Kht he 'f„r | wouldn't llke to bave
■ kniiwti th.,t I havr la«.«« refe»«....... .. .
ile i'n '""W" Klrl«" nnd then.na thè con
' t 'Ih‘ ln*'* *’*"
costlv 1 k '|
a toy tou
'•''••«'«•e to ha truated In ita
dJ/r.,!';'** ,h',r" w«" " knock nt thè
,'!,"lll’r wlplng away all tra.ea
"'•"'■y "•'"""’•■I kla fath-
",lk of ‘•"'•r Alture
hi I a re. "
’• Hut h’1 <li<l noi roprourli
"or bini that hi» rock-
had haatrned thè ca-
, "tk<’rwlas> mlght huve born
whl. h .i. 1 " "lljf *1’’ ■ll,l,'|l »he rxti-nt to
timidi "’y Wor" *»'">l»'''l. aihllng that
»»'«•>« '-e prò-
‘ m*' 11 wou|d come at
Li, ó i. 1 ll,t
honorabla payment of
"hi" wouhi trave them beggara.
1 do not care,” aald Ih*
l,r''"»,''K hard hia nchlng
wi . m **'*
* f,-w *,iort »cka. "For
nn.t i ,,' ” nnt *’nr'’« •”»♦ *»r nty wifr
T for ........ •
mas her acruatonind comfort», la
arcneat pnng of all,"
Al! Ibl« Him lb ury iutd not gpok<*n, but
thought w'nt* l»u*||y at work. Hu could
not 1», atir hiiuB. lf, hr ba<! u<> rnrrgy for
that now. but h> <>nli| marry EIU <!go>p-
bril, who««» wt tihh would k«H»p bhn )u
th«’ position he now (M't*upir<l, beaidrg
•upplylng many of ICoaa'g wauta.
< uralng thr fair which had rrdu<,e*l
him t»» «in h an . tln iiiily, toward the
dusk <»f evrutti^ H> tiry atartr«! for Mrs.
f anipbril •
Lights wrrs burning Mi the
psrlor, anl a* thr curtains wen* drawn
back hr could ero through thr partially
<»l»rn»-.| abutter (hat Ella waa alone. Itw
«lining in a large sofa chair, she sat,
leaning up n her elbow, thr soft curls of
brr brown hair falling ovrr brr wrblle
arm, which th« full blue rashtnero sleeve
rip.mr.l to view.
Mbs scented deeply
«htfAg«h| in thought, g>»| never before hud
•hr luokrai *<j lovely to H» nry, who as
hr gssrd up u b«*r frit a glow of pridr In
thinking that fair young girl could br bls
for thr aakitig.
"An«l ,<> iuy little pre la ah«Ba," aald
hr. conimx for» .«rd. ■■><! ral.lng to )>la
lip» tie- >L<int| nii«rr» »lil<-h Ell» rxt«-n«l-
< k | towarj linn
I hop* tbo <>l<! auuly is
out." h«' - .«utluurd, "for 1 want to are
you on apreial bii.lnroa."
Ella nutki l how rxeltrd ha appeared,
an«t alwaya on tho alert for ooturlblnx
wbrn i»u wa. with her. »hr twgau to
trentblr, aul without knowing what ahr
aald aaka«l him ' »hat br wanted of b«-r?"
I I- III).
III. . 'B
n«r more than half way," an«! thro, last
hia rraolutlon abouhl fall, hr rear a tad b«-r
In tbs rbair ehr ha«l Irft, and drawinx an
ottoman to h«-r .1.1» haatlly told bar of
hie lore. ■ n Imx hl. «Ir<-laratlon by aaylnx
that from tbr fir»t limo hr aaw bur br
ha«l detrrniiii«‘-l that »hr aho.il.l l«r hi»
wlfa! Anl Ella, wholly ducvlvrd, allow-
nl hrr hr,4 to «troop up«m bl» »bouldrr,
while ahr whl.;«rrr«| to him ber answer.
Thu, thry ware l«utrotbed- Henry Liu-
roln ao«l Ella Camplwll.
"(Bad am I to l*a out of that attn .a
phrre." tb.’iisht thr nawly an*a<a«l young
man. aa br re»«-bed thr opru air, an«! be
gan to breath« more frerly. "Goo«hieaa
me. woo I I lr»«l « glorioua life? Now,
If ahr'<| <«nly hung bark a little but no,
»hr »aid >«•». lirfora I fairly got the word»
out; but nioury covrreth a multitude uf
aln* I bag your pardon, man'am," aai>!
ho quickly, ■» hr l»e« amo cuu » c I oub of
having rudely joalled a young lady, who
waa turning thr «-orner.
luwklng tip. hr met .Mary Howard »
larg» dark eyre fitml rather Inquiringly
upon him Hbr waa aci-ompauied by oBe
of Mr. ffalih-u'a »rrvanta. and ba felt
■iirr »bo »•< g"lng to vtail her alate«. Of
coureu, Ella »«mid trll brr all. and what
mu.t Mary think of ouo who could ao
noon repeat hl. vowa of love to another?
In all the world there waa not an Indi
vidual for ubiMe good ««pinion Henry Un
<->>!u < ar«-d . n«- halt ao much aa for Mary
Ifuward'a; and the thought
should now aur«-ly l««»e It mnd«l«-ni-d him.
Thr rvaolutlmi of th«« morning waa for
gotten. and that night a f«>n<! father
watchrd and wept over hi, inebriate e«»n
( HAI’I'ER XVIII.
From om- of the luxuriously furnished
chambers of her father's elegsut mansion
Jcuny Lincoln looked mournfully^ut up
on the thick, sngry clouds which, the live
long day, bad "•«" ured the winter sky.
Dreamily for a while she listened to the
patter of th«- raiu ns It fell upon the de-
sorted pavement below, and then, with a
long, deep sigh, she turned away ami
Poor Jenny! the «lay was rainy
ami «lark ami dreary, but darker far were
the aha«)««»» steallug over her pathway.
Turn which «»! she would there was not
<>m- ray of sunshine which even her buoy
ant spirits could gather from the our
Iler only slater was
slowly but surely dying, and when Jenny
thought of this she felt that If Rose could
only live abv'd try ami l>ear th«« rest; trv
to forget how much she loved Wllllniu
(tender. who that morning hail honorably
ami manfully asked her of her parents,
ami ta-cu spurn«'«! with contempt not by
her father, for couhl he have followed
the dictates of his better Judgment lie
would wllliqgly have given his «laughter
to the t are of one who he knew wool I
carefully ablel«! her from the storms nt
life. It was not In-, but the cold, proml
mother, who ao h.iughtlly refused Wil
Ham's request, accusing him of ta'.lng
underhand means to win her daughter's
"I ha«l rather see you «lend!" sal«l the
atony hcaried woman, when Jenny knelt
nt ber feet ami pleaded for her to take
back tho wunla she hnd spoken. "1 hail
rather see you dead than marrloil to such
as he. I mean what I have auid, and you
will «ever be his."
Jenny knew William too well to think
he wouhl ever sanction alt act of disolie-
diem-u to her mother, and her heart grew
faint ami her eyes grew dim with tears,
a.s she thought of conquering tho love
wblcb had grown with her growth ami
strengthened with her strength. There
was another reason, too, why Jenny
should weep as »he »at alum- in her room.
From her father she had heard of all that
win to happen. The luxuries to which ail
her life ah«« ha.I been nceustoined were
(o I..' h< r- BO long. r. TIi.- pleaaeB...... Bl
try house In Chicopee, dearer rar than
her city home, niuat be sold, mil no
where lit th«' i> wide world wits
place for them to rest.
Mr. Lincoln entered hh daughter'»
ro'ini, an.I bending affectionately over her
pillow aal.l, "Ilow 1» my darling to-day?"
"Better, better almost well," return«'<l
Rmse raising herself in be.l to prove what
»lie iiit.l »«I'!. "I s’1«11 *>«’
111 " f,'w
ilnja, nail then you'll buy lite on«« of those
elegant plsi'l *Uk»«
T'”,? AI1 ,l"*
girls are wearing them, and I haven't
had n new dress this winter, and here
’tl» almost Mnreli."
Oh! how the father longed to tell his
dying ehll'l that her next dress wouhl be
n ahroild. Bui •><'<'0111'1 not- ,,e "
milch II man of the world to speak to her
of death; so without answering her ques
tion he »«III: "Ifo"*« do you think you
are able to be moved into the country ?"
«’What, to Chicopee? that horrtd, dull
placet I thouxbt we w.-ro not going ttu-s*
THE QUELPART UPRISING.
COMPLIED WITH DEMANDS.
"No, Uut tu Chicopee, but iu your grand
Shin, Suipend» F.uminatiuni tor Period ot
M May Lead to Foreign fnUrvantlos—Maaar».
ma llowlsuil's In Gleuwoael. The physl
clan thinks you will Iw more quiet there,
Conger and RockhHI Congratulated.
TEM3 OF INTEREST FROM ALL
F HOM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF
sud the pure air will du you good."
July 18.—-Full mail
Ito,« looked esrueatly lu her father’s
PARTS OF OREGON.
from Washington to the Heral«! any,:
face to ••••« If be meant what he said, and
reports that reach Washington re-
China has formally oompBeel with
then replied: "I'd rather go anywhere in
1 apecting the recent uprising on the
the worl.l than tu Glenwood. You've no
;he demands of the powers that she
Corean island of Quelpart say that it
Idea how I hate tu stay there Grandma
“suapend for five year, all official ex- Commercisi and Financial tfappaningi of Im-
is not improbable that the appearance
la su queer ami the things In the house ■«>
Happenings of the Past Week Presented »ruinations in all the cities where
portane« A Brief Review of the Growth
on the scene of the trouble of two
fussy sml «-ountryhed ami cooks by a
In a Condensed Form Whxh Is Most
fireplace, ami washea In a tin basin, ami
French gunboats and one Japanese
! have been subject to cruel treat
wipes on a crash towel that haugs on a
Likely to Prove of Interest Io Our Many ment,” but she has done it in such a
Throughout Our Thriving Commonwealth warship may lead to foreign interven
tion. If the islanders persist in their
way aa to rob the suatienaion of the
— Latest Market Report
.Mr. Lincoln coulil hardly repress a
rebellious attitude it will be dfficult
smile at lloae's reasonlug, but perceiving
for the Corean government to put it
foreign governments. The emperor
that he must bo decided, he said: "We
A »evere drought is being felt in down without foreign asistance. The
Count Tolstoi is seriously ill.
has issued an edict suspending the
think it best for you to go, and shall ac-
the Silver luike country.
French minister at Seoul reports that
coralliigly make arrangements to take you
The financial affairs of Porto Rico examinations not only in the guilty
Numeroua bears have been seen in the employment of native Catholics
districts, but throughout the entire
In the course of a wm-k or two.
Your are in gotsl condition.
to collect exhorbitant taxes caused
mother will stay with you, ami Jinny,
country for a period of five years. tbs- Iwrry patches of Coo« county.
A woman shot at the French min- Instead of announcing that this is the
the natives to persecute their breth
too, will be there a part of the time;"
then, not wishing to witness the effect of istcr of Public Instruction.
result of the ill treatment of foreign growers in some part of Polk county. ren.
It is now apparent from reports
his words, he hastily left the room, paus
Porto Rico will have free trade with ers, the edict explains that th<Aem-
Valley farmers have been using which have reached the state de;>art-
ing In the hall to wipe away the tears the I nited States after July 25.
|>eror desirrw to give the students in
lime to keep smut off their wheat, ment from China that it was solely
which Involuntarily came to Ills eyes ae
One man held up two stages in every province an opportunity for an and with g«K>d effect.
he overheard Rose angrily wonder "why
due to the moderation and humanity
entirely new and modern system of
she should lie turned out of doors when California and secured about $400.
The Eugene Lumber Co. hu a exercised by the United States repre
•he wasn't able to alt up!"
The United States pension rolls in-
The United States lias not agreed drive of 1,<X)Q,OOO feet of logs coming sentatives In Pekin by the presidents’
"I never can bear the »«-«nt of those creased $6’.t.000 during the past year.
direction in the early negotiations for
the action looking to the advisa down the Willamette.
great tallow candlea, never," said she;
Han Francisco has accepted a gift bility of the foreign ministers in Pe
"and then to think of the coarse sheets
A new ferry boat has been built and a settlement of the Boxer trouble that
and patchwork bedquill» oh, It's dread of 8750.GOO Irorn Carnegie to be used kin demanding that a »[a-cial punish launched for Hendricks crossing on a numtier of innocent lives were not
sacrificed. These reports show that a
for public libraries.
ment be administered in those dis the McKenzie river, near Eugene.
more sober and painstaking inquiry
Jenny'» heart, too, was well nigh burst
Two Indianapolis, Ind., small Isiys
A »mall fire destroyed 10 acres ot has developed the fact that some of
ing. but she forced down her own sor
were fatally burned by fire cauarxl
wheat for Herman Polk, and a culvert
row, while she strove to comfort her sis
that the |K>w«-r» should retire from on the W. A ('. R. Railroad, near the Chinese officials suposed to have
from playing in coal oil.
been connected with the Boxer out
ter, telling her how stroug ami well the
, China as promptly as (KMisible. While
Iliree norlbcrn Montana cowboys, China has in the matter of examina Fulton station.
bracing air of the country would make
rages, whose capital punishment was
her. and how refreshing, when her fever who turned horsethieves, were lynch
GraMhoppent are reported to be demanded by the foreign ministers,
tions turned a difficulty, it is pointed
was on, would be tbs clear, odd water ed l>y an organized posse.
»warming the hills and valleys south have been proved to be entirely in
which gusbe«l from the spring near the
Herious damage to nocent of the charges made against
A mob attacked n train at a small are exceedingly rigorous, and it will of Pilot Rock.
thorns pole tree, where lu childhood they
them. In many other eases proof has
growing crops is antipipated.
so oft had played. 'I'heu she s;>oka of station in Mexico, killing seven pas l«e difficult for the imjierial govern
No cause is known.
ment to comply with them and at the
The English pat ridges recently in been adduced that the offenses with
the miniature waterfall, which not far sengers
which the . Chinese officials were
front her grandmothers door uia«le
Han Francisco is to be made the •ante time preserve its prestige at troduced into Linn county are doing charged were not nearly so grave as
“fairy Ilka music" all the day long, ami strike center of the United Stat«» so home.
well. Three broods of young ones
at last, as if soothed by the souml of that far as the iron workers are concerned.
have lieen seen near the foot of Knox was supposed at first by the foreign
It is re
far off water. Rose forgot her trouble,
within a few miles of where representatives in Pekin.
The sheriff's |M«sae in search of the
garded here by officials as a matter
ami sank into a sweet, refreshlug slum
Montana bandits have acknowledged
for congratulation that Messrs. Con
Heavy Rainfall and High Wind at Dennuon
Valley farmers report an abundant ger and Rockhill moved with deliber
in a few days preparations were <-om- themselves defeated and have aban
mrnn'd for moving itoae to Glenwood, doned the chase.
ation and acted as a restraining influ
and in the excitement of getting ready
Dennison, Tex., July 17.—The There were many old ones which ence in the matter of punishment, for
she In a measure forgot the tsllow cau
worst drought ever exjierienced in es«ca|M-d the hunter last fall and this not only were these lives saved, but,
dle, and patchwork bedquilt, the thoughts been committed to an insane asylum.
section was broken this afternoon spring lieing favorable there are more under their influence, the whole list
of wblcb bad ao much shocked her al
of capital punishments was reduced
terrific rainfall of over two hours’ young pheasants than usual.
the volume of rain being
Mount Angel college is developing from 10 to four, and mitigation of
"Put In my embroidered merino morn
Bank burglars in an Ohio village
other offenses was obtained.
The a model dairy.
ing gown." said she to Jenny, who was held the entire jxipulation at bay almoet equal to a cloudburst.
packing her trunk, “and the blur cash while they blew o|a«n the strong box. storm was acc«>mpanie<l by a wind of
The Climax mine in Grant county
YUKON GOLD SHIPMENTS.
mere one faced with white satin; ami
They finally escajicd without securing almost tornado force. Reports indi is showing a large body of ore running 1
don't forget my beat cambric skirt. the
one with ao much work on It. for when
vicinity. It has come just in the
Five Million Dollars Have Brea Scat to tM
The steelworkers strike is on in nick of time to save the cotton crop.
C. J. Plumarth, of Ashland, sold
George Morelsud suture to Glenwood I
Outude This Year.
shall want to look aa well as possible; earnest.
It will benefit the fruit crop and fur
an«l then, too, I lite to see the country
Seattle, July 18.—Advices fro tn
Hamburg Han Francisco liner Tanis nish stock water, which had entirley
folks open their mouths ami stars at city
failed, causing much distress, and
W. N. White, an English apple Dawson under date of June 28 state
tie tier has been looking over the that the gold shipments to the out
“What makes yon think Goorge will
In the final trial Hhamrock II beat will benefit lowland cotton.
side this year have amounted to $5,-
Southern Oregon orchards.
come to Glenwood?” ask««! Jenny.
H ham rock L
000,000 to date. Over $3,000,000 of
cently erected at a cost of $15,000,
"I know, ami that's enough," answered
Twelve thousand crates of strawber this sum went down the Yukon and
The drought in most sections fo was partially demolished, and a num
Roar, "and now. before you forget it. put
ries were shipped front Milton this
tier of small houses in the northern season mostly to the mining districts. is going out by way of St. Michael
lu my leghoru bat. for if I stay long 1 the Houthwest has been broken.
and the remainder haa gone up the
•ball want It; ami are how nicely you
A sternwhecl river last will l«e portion of the city were wrecked.
The government rages in the Green river. The Bank of British North
can f.dd the dress 1 wore at Mrs. Rua- taken from Portland to St. Michaels. Shade trees and window glass all over
horn mountains are reported badly America is this year shipping down
Contract has been let for grading the city were demolished.
overstocked with outside sheep from the Yukon, and the Canadian Bank
"Why, Roar, what can yon poaaibly
want of that?" aaked Jenny, ami Rose re 15 miles of Vancouver, Wash., rail over the Chickasaw Nation, but there Morrow and adjoining counties.
of Commerce is shipping in the oppo
These are the only
are no particulars here.
Many farmers in Nebraska, Kansas, site direction.
"Oh. I want to show It Io grandma,
The Cuban republic will l<egin bus
two banks doing business in the camp.
lust to hear her groan over our extrava- iness with a national debt of only
DEVASTATION IN JAVA.
Willamette valley and Eastern Ore Individuals taking out dust nearly all
gan«*e. and predict that we'll yet come to 8122,400.
They want to get away from the go by the upper river route. Seattle,
as in the previous years, is this year
A number id failures have occurred Seven Hundred Persons Perished By a Suddsr bugs, grasshoppers and hot winds.
Jenny thought that If Rose could have
the destination of the greater portion
seen her father that ntorulng when the in Germany as the result of the Leip-
The $1.000 appropriated by the of the gold.
bill for the drees and Its costly trim tiger bank failing.
Tacoma, July 17.—Oriental advices last state legislature for the improve
The Alaska Pacific Express is the
mings was presented she would have
It is expected that there will be give details of terrible destruction of ment of the mineral springs at Soda onlyrexpress company in the field,
wished It removed forever from her sight.
human life that occurred in Northern
and is taking out practically all the
Early in the wiuter Mr. Lincoln had seen
that all aucli matters were settled. ami of ance at the convention in San Fran Java in May by the sudden and ter eorus much needed improvements.
shipments of consequence by the up
thia bill, more recently made, be knew cisco.
rific coutburst of the volcano Kloet.
The First Southern Oregon District per river. It shifts on the White Pass
Seven hundred lives were lost and For 50 miles around all the coffee Agricultural Society will hold a fair A Yukon Railroad Company’s steam
"I can’t pay It now," aai«l he promptly terrible destruction wrought to prop plantations and other estates were at Ashland, September 13-22. Tb«re ers.
The express rate from Dawson
to the boy who brought It. "Tell Mr. erty by the eruption of a volcano in destroyed by showers of ashes and will be no racing, but prizes will be to Seattle, on individual shipments
Holton I will see hint in a day or two."
stones, together with great streams given for baseball and band contests. above $1,000 in value, is
of 1 per
The boy took the paper with an Inso
cent. Banks are given lower rates.
Except in small zones around tho of lava and hot mud. Seven hundred
lent grin, for lie hnd heard the fast cir
natives and a number of Europeans used on the Eastern Oregon ranges to This charge covers insurance in full
culating rumor “that one of the big bugs cities, Transvaal is far from pacified,
The lava also consumed replace the rapidly
• JI ~J-
” • I against loss by sea, river steamer or
was about to smaili up;” ami now, eager and British officers are l>ecomming perished.
to confirm the report, he ran swiftly bagk discouraged at the war's lack of the superintendent of the estate and bunch grass,
It seems to flourish on ¡ robbery, in other words, the full jour
aliout 25 coolies.
Many coffee es hard dry soils with a minimum of ney from Dawson to «Seattle.
to hia employer, who muttered, "Just as progress.
tates in the neighborhood were de moisture.
1 expected. I'll draw on him for what
rate on individual shipments last year
Famine threatens a large part of the stroyed. The country around was
I lent him. su I that'll tell the-story. My
was % of 1 per cent higher than this
«laughter» can't afford to wear such Russian empire, not a drop of rain strewn with corpses.
things, and I'm not going tu furniah
Many protests are being made be
News has just been brought from
Wheat—Walla Walla, export value, the mouth of the Hootalinqua river
money for hia."
for a month. Cro|ia are already be cause the Russian authorities at Port
Of all this Rose did not dream, for in yond hope.
Arthur are opening all letters to and 55c per bushel; blueetem, 57c; by steamer that a placCr strike has
her estimation there was no eml to her
the American and European valley, nominal.
been made on Ijtke creek, tributary
father's wealth, ami the possibility of bis
Flour—best grades. $2.9003.40 per to latke Teslin, the source of the
there. Nothing is (icrmitted
Two attempts were made to burn
failing had never entered her mind.
to be sent out that contains any allu
Hootalinqua. No particulars have
(To be continued.!
Oats—White, $1.32^01.35; gray,
rutilthmrnl I'ost poue I.
Fattier (sternly!— Now. sir, come with
me. I'll teach you to tell the truth,
and ■ -
Wlllle- Pn. ilo you iilwnya tall the
Father- I ilo.
Willie—Well, pa. the other day you
said "the child Is father to the man."
8up|>ose you hand that strap over to
your father, now Philadelphia North
A Kense of r'ecuritv.
"Doesn’t It worry yon to have your
lm»bnml upend so much time In the cor
tier store talking politics?"
"No," aald the woman with the weary
look In her eyes. "I know that when
lie Is talking politics, he Isn't letting
anylmdy sell him luid mining stocks or
gobi bricks, or gremt goods. It kec|>s
Ills mlntl occupied, ami perhaps It Io
iH'tter so."- Washington Star.
Worsts <vt Awful Import.
"What would you do If you was to
Hit convicted of a penitentiary of-
fettse?" asked Plodding Pete.
"I'd never serve me term," answered
“Maylte J you'd
V »• *o •• have to."
"No. I Ih> . law
i . lose - Its
inc right dere. As soon ns I heard de
Judge say 'Imprisonment wit’ hard la-
bor' I'd drop dead." Washington Star.
No Lack of Mnneota.
"No," candidly admitted Noah, "the
ark Is not exactly a llerreahoff fin-keel,
I didn't know anything about nlumln-
uni when I planked her top sides, and
her canvas Is not cross cut, nor does
she carry a spinnaker.
"But." lie added, complacently, "we
are right In It when It comes to tuns-
Rantos-Dumont's airship tiial at
Paris was not successful.
The Perry monument was unveiled
at Kurihama, Ja|>an.
The fall of the Bastile was cele
brated throughout France.
Lamont is slated to succeed Mellen
as president of the Northern Pacific.
The excess of exports over imports
last year was the greatest in our his
A general strike has been ordered
in sheet steel, steel hoop and tin plate
There is no prospect of immoliate
relief from the drought in the middle
Kitchener may be succeeded in
South Africa by General Sir Bindon
Attempt to shoot a judge is the cli
max of fishermen’s strike on Fraser
river, B. U.
Washington bicycle tax law de
clared illegal by Superior Judge Mil
ler, at Vancouver.
Steyn, ex-president of the Free
State, narrowly escaped capture by
Broad wood's brigade.
Thirteen Polish students are on
trial at Posen, charged with belong
ing to revolutinary societies.
The Congregational church at For
est Grove, Or,, which was built in
1858, was burned.
William C. Whitney, of New York,
paid $50, (XX) for the two-year-old colt
It is reported that a company at St.
Cloud, Fla., has succeeded in making
excellent paper from the leaves of
Otherwise with the Poor«
•"I feel sorry for the rich.*
Andrew Atlan, the only surviving
founder of the Allan Lino Ocean
“When a rich mnn gets a counterfeit Steamship Co. and president of the
quarter he can’t rememlter where he line, died at Montreal, Can., at the
got his dollar bill broken."-Chleago age of 80 years.
sion to Russian military affairs or
been received here as to the nature
$1.3001.32 per cental.
criticism of Russian methods.
of the diggings or the amount of gold
Barley—Feed, $170 17.50; brewing, obtained.
$17017.50 per ton.
CONCORD AT SEATTLE.
Hanis, potatoes, cream, and all
Millstuffs—Bran, $17 per ton; mid kinds of fruit are selling in Dawson
Gunboat Which Helped Destroy Spanish Fleet dlings, 821.50; shorts, 820; chop, $16. at exceedingly low rates, and traders
Hay—Timothy, 812.500 14; clover, are lotting money. Cherries, peaches,
in Manila Bay.
87(S9.50; Oregon wild hay, |6<<t7 per apples and other fresh fruits are plen
Seattle, July 17.—The United States ton.
gunboat Concord, Commander Harry
Knox, which played such an import dairy, 14(315c; store, ll(312c
I id 14c per
Packing Plagt Burned.
ant part under Commodore Dewey in pound.
Wichita, Kan., July 18. — The
the destruction of thè Spanish fleet in
Eggs—17 (S 18c per dozen.
packing plant of Jacob Dold <k Sons,
Manila bay, May 1, 1898, arrived
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 11
from the Philippines by way of Dutch 12c; Young America, 12^(3130 per of this city, was totally destroyed by
fire thia morning. There were four
Of the officers in pound.
command of the vessel during the
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 83 00(3 large buildings. It is estimated that
memorable sea tight, but one, F. E. 3.50; hens, 83.50(34.50; dressed, 10(3 7.000,000 pounds of meat in process
Schute, paymaster’s clerk, remains lie ;ier pound; springs, |2 00(d4.(X) of preparation were destroyed. 'Flu
on the ship. As to the force of ma per dozen ; ducks, |3 lor old; $2.50 loss is estimated at 81,000,000, insur
rines, but five of the Concord's crew (33.00 for young; geese, $1 per ance about $400,000. One wall fell
at the time she turned her guns on dozen; turkeys, live, 8(410c; dressed, injuring four men, but not fatally
It is said that the plant will lie re
the Spanish battle ship are now on 10012 Sic |>er pound.
Mutton — Lambs, 3'jc, gross; built at once. The fire originated it
dressed, 607c per pound; sheep, the lardhouse and is thought to huv
Prairie Fira In Kan»,».
$3.25, gross; dressed, 606*sc per lb. been spontaneous combustion.
Hogs — Gross, heavy, $5.7506;
I.arnetl, Kan., July 17,—A prairie
The King'» New Title.
fire, which started 18 miles north of light, $4.7505; «iressed, 6^070 per
New York, July 18.—Large num
this place, burned over a large area pound.
Veal—Small. 7408'«c; large, 61»' tiers of letters have l«een received rt
of country yesterday afternoon and
garding the proposed extension of th
07 Lgc per pound.
destroyed 40,(XX) bushels of wheat.
Beef—Gross top steers, $4.0004.25; king's title, according to the Londo
Incendiarism In San Francisco.
cows and heifers, $3.2503.50; dressed correspondent of the Times. Th
addition which seems to find mot
San Francisco, July 17.—A series beef, 6S 07‘sc per pound.
favor is “Sovereign Lord of Canadt
Hops—12014c per pound.
of fires early this morning indicate
Wool — Valley, 11013c; Eastern Australia and South Africa.” 8e-
that incendiaries were at work. Sta
bles were made the especial mark of Oregon, 8012c; mohair, 20021c per eral corresjiondents suggested that tl
two sons of the Duke of Cornwall an
their torches. Twenty horses wore pound.
Potatoes—$1.2501..50 |ier sack;new York should be created Prince
burned to death. The tires occurred
Australia and Prince of Canada.
ft; the same general neighborhood. potatoes, He'c per pound.
Tan Thousand Pcrons at El Reno
El Reno, 0. T„ July 17 —The
trains ttxlay have been bringing in
moderate crowds for registration.
There are probably 10,(XX) people here,
and everything is quiet and orderly.
Every one is comfortably situated and
a large nunilter more could be accom
modated. The water is abundant and
every provision lias been made to feed
and house tho multitude. Tho tem
perature has hung around the 100
Boston will have a college for train
ing young women to oarn a livlihood.
An instrument has been perfected
at Dartmouth college to measure the
heat of the stars.
An English syndicate is said to have
purchased control of 72 zinc and lead
mines in Missouri.
The American Museum of Natural
History is to send an expedition to
China to study the life and customs
of the Chinese.
Rushing Stock to Market.
Kansas City, July 18. — Because
the drought in the Southwest, whir
is causing farmers to rush their sto
to market to save it, the record i
ceipts here were again broken tods
when 31,500 head of hogs were ,
ceived at the local stockyards.
hogs received from the Southw*
have l>een of common grade, aven
ing 15 pounds lighter than the g<(