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»ALLS, KLA.MATII COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST
sal.! Mrs. Cantpbvll, stsrtlng up from h»v
IN EXCE8S OF INCOME.
AN ALA8KA TRAGEDY.
pillow. "Hut no; It canuot be.
mother la lying in Chicopee, and Ella,
my slater, dle.l la Kngland.**
Three Men Left on an Blind Myetariouely
Appropriation, by th, Hawaiian LagMatnra—
Every partici» of color had left Mary's
May I, mm Bond,.
fare, and her eyes, uuw. black as mid-
T MS OF INTEREST FROM ALL
mglit, stared wildly at Mrs. Campbell.
July 19, via Han Fran
PART8 OF OREGON.
The sad story, which her nx.tbi'r had
cisco, July 25—The legialature baa
onre lold her, .-ante back to her mind,
finished the buaineaaof passing appro
.quarantine from Nome last night,
bringing with It the thought which had
priation bills, for which it was called
ao agitated her companion.
and remained in the atream awaiting Commercial and Financial Happenings ol Im in extra session.
The amounts ap
"Yes," she continued, without noticing
Happanlnp of th« Past W««k PruuUad irisjMx tion until thia morning.
portance—A Brief Review of th* Growth propriated are largely in excess of the
wliat Mr« Campbell had aaid, "my moth
brought the largest number of |maaen-
New» ia ex pts-ted
la a Condensed f orm Whkh Is Most
er waa Ella Temple, and «he had two
and Improvements of the Many Industries
gers ot uny steamer arriving from
from Washington regarding the
aiatera, one her own, and the other a
UtKly to Provi of Intere,! to Our Many Nome thia season.
The Oregon aailed
Throughout Our Thriving Commonwealth power of the present legislature to
half slater Marsh Fletcteer and Jana
from Nome July 13.
order an issue of bonds under the
Temple both of whom came 1« America
Latest Market Report
that for aeveral days previous to her
many years ago.”
loan act of 1896. Huch bonds have
"Tell ma more tell Ur all you know,"
w|(|| brown su*tr. »lu’t
to be approved by President McKin
A number of small hold-up* are re- ley. It ia underatood that if he ap
The nmrnlng trslu tMHMld for Allmny ItT »«14
alpplng « llttk of th« !••«. whispered
The steel trust will carry the strike
both life and property.
ported around Athena and Weston.
in lb- 'l«l«>l. wsltllig III» slgn.1 tu
In grmt tllairuRM th«« gt>od old litdy rw- Mary’s hsnd. "and how It came about into the courts.
proves of such an issue, the session of
•tart. »»I Jus1 •,ef,,rv
*** pH«tl that ah« w«« out of white augar» Hint I thought ahe was dead my slater.”
. ,ir , M
A tragedy ia reported on Unimak
A stage line has been established
The >u ;nr trust will mid
(I u .IJIM), • | ¡gland.
Three men were landed there across the mountains from Prineville the legislature will I* extended long
**uml«l a b»ml*>uia *|ulp but gome folk« | ov « h | brown J um I aa well.
I’pou thia point Mary could throw no
enough to allow the passage of a loan
,<>■ (rev. slowly u|>. an.l from II allgtil-
"I gh! T«kr ii awajr»N aaid Ito««. “It light, fall of all that ahe had beard from 000 to its capital stock.
last fall by the steamer Thoma» F. to Foster.
oct. which would greatly relieve the
Mr IJnculn. Iwaring In hla arm. bls make« in* ai< k, and I don’t believ« I <•■» her mother «he told, and then Mr». Camp
The Constitution beat Columbia Bayard. 1 he Bayard was to return
financial stringency that threatens
dau.hicr whose bca<l re. to I wearily up rat another tniir. • but. In «pit« of her be bell, pointing to her writing .leak, said: I lour minutes in a 2" mile race.
for them this season, and when she
public treasury. The appropira
„„ Ills -boulder.
A<x»mpanylng bliu lief. thr food rapidly disappeared, while
"Bring It to me. I must read that let
There an rumors in London ot arrived a party was sent ashore and co county.
tions, as finally passed, are close to
were his wife. Jenny and a gray gralred •hr alternately ina.|r f(ltt
tbe little ter again."
the governor estimates, as originally
malt tbe family physician.
Together allver «poona, brr grandmother'« bridal
■Mary obeyed, and taking out a much- !»•»<<• negotiations to end the Boer ropes of which had evidently l<een
Several rich clean ups are reported submitted, in most cases. Tbe ap
th«) rnicred the rear ear. and instantly gift, and found fault lwrgu«e (hr Jelly Soiled, blottnl letter, Mrs. Campbell Bak
(here was a hasty turning of beads, a wae not put in porrrlalu Jara Instead of ed her to read It aloud. It waa as fol
propriation for the militia ha» l*en
Dr. Koch says bovine tuberculosis instrument. Inside were a couple of Grant county.
■haklnz >f < url. an I low whisper., as lb* old blu* earthen teacup, lied over low«:
reinstated in tbe bill, and salaries
is not transmissible to the human garments, coat and vest, loth of
"Daughter Jane 1 now take thia oppor system.
rsi-h a •tired .ud comment*! upon th" un
The Eugene excelsior factory is have been made very near the old
which were pierced with sharp knife running night and day, turning out standard throughout. Departmental
I'ntll a lat« hour that night did lto«e tunity of Informing yon that I'va lost
earthly Iwauly of lloae. who In her fath
rr'a arm« lay as If wholly vabauslwl with h«rp thr whole houavhold “O the alert, your sister Kila, and have now uo child
12 carloads every month.
expenses are considerably cut.
doing (hr thouaan I u»«*b«MM thing« whi«’h •»•lug yourself, who. If you behave weH, Cazadero stage near Mendocino, Cal., and arrived there July 9, and made
(be »Rorl she had made
The government has decided to use
the foregoing re|x»rt.
Thr sight of her. *> young. *> fair and h«r Uervuu« fancy prompted. I’’ir«t tbe will lie my only heir. Sometimes I wish
its current financial needs about
front door. u«u«ily »«*<-urrd with a bit of you were here, ir< It's haiao®, living
■ pparently •“ luW. buahe-l all arlllab f«»l
The steamer Ruth, which was dia-
The teamsters' strike ia Han Fran
(2X5,000 that was put up by Chinese
of intercollegiate athletics.
ISC- aud a gay bridal parly who had wblttlr abingle. muat br nnilrd, ”or gome» alone, but I o.ipp h > you're belter off
cisco is becoming serious. Both aides
immigrants who entered the country
|>o you know anything
I mm I jt wuutl i»r« «k iu “ N*it the wiudowa, where you are
ttkm pw*»sabin of th» ladles' aalooa Im
making tern|>orary re|>airs, started for
The natural ice caves near Elgin,
an «landing firm.
■Muliat—ty came forward, offerlug H •*» which in th» riaing wind began to rattle, of that girl Marsh? Her cross grained
Cape Nome in a leaking condition, Union county, are becoming quite a under contracts with the republic of
Hawaii, and Chinese Consul Yang
Mr l-ln.-clti. alm readily accepted It, an I muat be road» fa«t with divers knlv««««, i.oclr has nevrr written me a word since
A fire in a reduction plant near and waa caught in the storm in Behr summer resort for that section.
Wai Pin has made a protest which he
laying Ifax* up-m th» l<oig artlee. be mad« aciMort, <*otnl>a and krya; and. laatly, the 1.« left Kngland. If I live tbr.-« year» Florence, Col, destroyed (250,000
A. W. Sturgis,of Josephine county, is aaid to have forwarded to Washing
her as comfortable as pooslble with the old clock mu«t br «topped, for Ito««« wag longer I «ball come to America, aud un worth ol property.
and while drifting about helplessly expects to realize (10,000 from the ton. The money has been lying idle
anurcr.iu- pillows aud cuabloua be bad not accustomed to it« striking, and It til that time, adieu. Your father,
annual clean up on Ina Forest creek in a local bank. It is the deposits of
hnnght with him. Ao the creaking »n would keep hvr awake.
MlMar m«T' Mid th« tlr*«l old grand
"How short and cold!" was Mary'a first ship at Htockholm, Hweden, exploded, Ana and towed to Nome.
(la. mor*l slowly oul of lbiet>HI Itoae
Chinese who came here to work as
artel that tbe window might l»e ralaed. mother, whrn at about midnight ■!»« re exclamation, for her Impressions of her burning 15 persona anil the ship.
Timlier fires are raging in the plantation laborers, each of whom was
and. leauing <| »n her elbow, she looked paired to her own roajr litll« |»rdr«»om. grandfather were not very agreeable.
Rear Admiral Hchley will demand
mountains in I-ake and Klamath required by the old government to
"It Is like all hla letters," answered an investigation of Maclay'a charges,
I should of a‘|*o«rd
Mt opon b«r u five city, which oh» waa "bow Adgety ah* la
counties, and the valleys are getting put up (36 as a guarantee that he
that llviu’ in thr <ity ao. «he'd got need Mra. Campbell. "But It was cruel to and will sue the author for libel.
Stumer Burned on the Lake«—Crew Believed
would only do plantation work, the
blue with smoke.
make me think Ella waa dead, fur bow
Toward nightfall nt the next day they tO Uoi«r« w
to Be Lo«L
An excursion Ixmt on the Saginaw
In a day or •<» Mr. Lincoln and Jenny else could | aup|e>ae he had lost her?"
re*'b«<l GlettwiHel. aud Ituoe. more fa-
The prune crop in Benton and Linn money to be refunded to any who
llgtted than she was willing to aektuiwl Went back to Boston, tarn ring with thrill Then, as the conviction came over her river sunk near Saginaw, Mich., with
Marinette, Wis., July 2.—During a counties will be such a record breaker wanted to go home, to pay passage.
The consul feared that applicants
edge. *•• (bat she waa so determined to a long list of artiuh« which ll<>«e inu«t that Mary was nuked tin- child of her 30 passengers on Ixiard.
severe electrical storm today a lx«at that it is feared much of the fruit would no longer be able to get their
Aa thry wrrr leaving own slater, ahe wound her arms about her saved.
get wrll. was lifted from tbe carriage and would have
supposed to be a large schooner or
money. In reply to his protest, Act
sa<l corrie.I mi.i the bouse
Mrs How the hou«c Mr« lluwdand brought out hrr ne k, «nd kiaaing her lipa, murmured.
The Boers have given up all hope steam barge was struck by lightning facilities.
land hastened forward Io receive her, black leathrru wallet, ami, furring two "My child .Mary Oh. had I known this
ing Governor Cooper wrote to the con
The number of children in Lane sul, informing him that the territory
and destroyed by fire, and her crew is
and for uore llow forgot to notice wb«lh ten dollar bill« Into Jrnoy'a«hand, wbi«*
vr lb. mt of her cap was of thia year'* pered. *Takr it tu pay fur them thing«.
believed to have been lost. The light county between the ages of 4 and 20, would continue to pay the deposits to
Your pa baa need ruough f«»r hl« iuou«-y, er have did iu the almahouae Hut you'll account.
fartion or last.
keeper at Menominee saw the twat according to the reports of the several Chinese who were entitled to them as
-I am weary." she aaid.
"My me and thia ia «omr |*v* t amed along knit never leave me now, for all that I
The Canadian Pacific Railway is burning just south of Green island. school clerks, is 7,549. Last year the formerly.
where I raunrest " And with tbe grand ting an<l «riling butter. At Aral I thought la yours yours and Ella's."
considering the question of subatitut- He called up the local fire tug and number of children was 7,382.
The district of HamakuA, Hawaii,
The thought of Ella touched a
nofbrr leading (be way. the father car I would get a nrw * hambrr carpet, but
ing electricity for steam on its heavy the latter atarted out to render any
The Oregon rattlesnake seems lack has been visited by a large cane fire,
ried bio child Io the rhamber prepared th« old on* an«wm my turn very writ, chord, and Mrs. Campbell's tears
When about ing in real venom.
Several men causing over (25.000 loos. It destroy
•o take it and boy
everything ah» rendered leas bitter by the knowledge
for her with ou much care.
that she had cared for. and l>e«n a mother
M illiam H. Hunt, prewent secre three miles out all signs of the boat were bitten recently in various hay ed between 80 and 85 acres of young
’’It', worse than I thought ’twaa," aaid want«."
All thl« time thr (h«nk!<«•« girl up«talra to, one of h«r sister's orphan children.
tary of Porto Rico has been selected to or fire suddenly disappeared, and an fields in Eastern Oregon, but no cane, and about 800 acre» of forest.
Mrs Howland, returning Io the parlor
no fatalities or serious results are re
"I know now, why, from the brat. 1 ; succeed Charles 11. Allen as governor examination afterward showed
brtow. where her daughter had thrown wn fretting and muttering a I »out h«*r
wreckage. The nearest land is Green corded.
NOTORIUS BENDERS LOCATED.
herself with a sigh upon the eblnta cover grandtnothrr'a atinginrea in not baring a felt ao drawn toward Ella, and why her; of that island.
island and the crew, if they had
"It', a deal worse than I better carpet 'than (hr old, fadr<| tbiug, clear, large ryes are ao much like my own
escape«! with their lives, would have
thought 'twaa llaan't oho i-atebod cold. which looked aa if manufat'turvM before lost darling's, and even you, .Mary----- ” ;
Family of Former Kanias Murderer, Said to
Here Mra. Campbell paused, for proud declared off.
gone there. There was a heavy sea growers are already engaging hands
•T been elf-med some way?”
8« Living in Colorado.
as she now waa ot Mary, there had Ix-en
"Xot la the least." returned Mra I .In
The aouthwest was again scorched running, and it would have been im for the harvest, as a labor famine is'
mln twirling the golden stopper of her
Topeka, Kan., July 25.—Four per
by a hot wave.
possible for a small boat to live in it.
On ths same day when Itos» Lincoln away from the Bober, homely little child,
•mslllng bottle "The foundation of b»r
The boat was on her way here from the crop and the outside demand for sons, said to be members of the notor
•irknes. was laid at Mount Holyoke, and left Boston for Glenwood Mrs 1'smplwdl
ious Bender gang, accused of com
the Sturgeon bay canal, and was un
th* whole faculty ought to be indicted for Mt la her own room, »loom/ and de Ella*' whrre there was r<x>m and to spare. to atari up idle plants.
Good coal prospects are reported on mitting a score of murders at their
doubtedly one of the Chicago or Mil
For scieral days ah» bsd not
The rivers and harlxirs committee waukee lumber carriers. Communi the old H. C. Owen place, eight miles home near Galena, Kan., over 15
Jenay’s clear, truthful eyen turned to been well. snd l*r-id»a that Kila's engage Mra Campbell, and aa she recalld the has returned from Alaska.
cation with Sturgeon bay fails to from Eugene. Capital has been in years ago, have been located near
ward her mother, who frowned darkly, ment with Henry Lincoln filled her heart
Thr international mining congn-M establish the identity of the lout craft. terested and development work will Fort Collins, Colo., and Governor
sad continued "Mhe was as well an any with dark forebodings. for rumor said thought nt the noble little prank, who
bis I has opened at Boise, Idaho.
soon be begun. The vein was known Stanley has issued requisition papers
••» until sb. went there, and I conalder that be was unprincipled and dissipat often went hungry and cold that
years ago, but an obstinate owner on the governor of Colorado for their
FIREMEN'S STRIKE ENDED.
It ay duty tao warn all parenta against ed, and lief ore glung her consent Mrs, mother and «latere might l»e warm and j
return to this state. The first atepe
aemim» their daughters to a place where i Campbell bad labor*! long with Klin, fed. ahe felt that her heart would burat the charges brought against him.
bringing the suspect» to Kan
neither health, manner, nor anything else who Insisted that "be was no worse than with its weight of sorrow.
Declared Off at a Joint Meeting at Wilke,
Milton is trying hard to get a can- '
The ministers at Pekin have agreed
"Oh.” said ahe, “to die ao near me—
sas were taken upon the representa
I* attended to except religion and houao other yoon< men most of them drank
occasionally, and Henry did nothin» tn) only slater, and I never know It — 1 upon the question of indemnity pay-
tions of Frank Ayers, of Fort Collins,
never go near her. I with all my wealth, rii’nts.
Wagoneers are doing a heavy wool who asserts that one of the quartet,
Jrenr had not quite got over bar child- more!”
On Ibis afternoon she had again con as much here aa mine aii<l she d) ing of
l-h habit at oeeaaloeally setting her moth
Kate Bender, was once his wife.
San Francisco teamsters have quit strike of the stationary firemen was business freighting out of Lostine.
»r right an some points, and she could versed with Kila, who angrily dec I are-1 starvation.”
Stanley issued the requisi
Wiping tbe hot teara from her own
hot forbear saying that
Kleber that she would marry him even if she
tion upon affidavits of four men who
of the strikers and the executive ty on 740 coyote scalps last session.
thought Itose had Injured herself by at
knew he'd lie a drunkard, adding. "But eyes, Mary »trove to comfort her aunt
Florence people are working for went to Colorado to identify the sus
Colonel Albert Jenks, a well known l>oard of United Mineworkers tonight.
he won't too. 11» loves me better than by telling h«w affectionately her mother I
tending Mrs RiianeH'a party.
The Bender» committed a
Dr. Klrber doean't know any more all tbe world, and I shall help bitu to re had alwaya remembered her. "And even artist, drop|xsl dead in Los Angeles of A resolution was offered requesting more adequate protection against fire. pects.
series of murders, the moot atrocious
all strikers to report for work tomor
on the night of her death." aaid she, "ahs heart disease, aged 75 years.
about It than I do," returned her mother, form.”
Bob Whtie quail have been seen in ever recorded. They lived on a small
spoke of you, and hade me. If I ever
row, and if they are refused by any of
lies always minding other folks' tonal-
"I don't Iwliere your slater would mar
small coveys near Lostine, Wallowa farm near Galena and for years, as it
and so ar* you. I gnean you'd bet
"Will you. do you love me?" asked Mrs. i with kerosene and, with her three Mineworkers will take up their cases. county.
developed after their flight, they had
»•» go upstairs at onee. and *w If Itoee was becoming mue attached to Mary.
children, was burne«l to death.
Numerous bands of sheep are headed lured travelersand buried their bodies
<l«»r,Rti» * ant «<>m<*thin<."
”1 don't l<elk»e ahs would either, and I Campbell.
The resolution was adopted by an
Mary'a warm kiss upon her cheek, and
jenny obeyed, and aa she enter*! her for a gorxl reason, loo,” returned Kila
for the summer pastures in the Green in the yard around the house. All
The mayor of Santa Paula, Cal., almost unanimous vote.
airier. .harnl»r. IL.ae lifted her head pettishly jerkins her long curia. “But I the loving clasp of her arms around her was shot and probably fatally wound
four member» of the family were ac
More mines, with the aid of the horn mountains.
languidly from her pillow, and pointing to can't see why you should bring her up.
cused of aiding in the murdsrs. The
ed by a tough character of that place. United Mineworkers, resume«! opera
• wladi.w, which had been opened that for be has never lu-en more than polite
family consisted of man, wife, daugh
Sarah?" Mary asked at last; and Mrs.
Corbin and Chaffee have decided on tions in the Wyoming valley today. the suburbs of Marshfield and badly ter and son. The parents would now
niiglit breathe more freely, said, to her. and that he assured me was whoi
radical changes in the army in tho
Jmt llaten. don't you bear that horrid ly on my »evoant.”
be in their 70s and the children about
"Nothing definite. From father we first Philippines.
"Kbe Isn't pleased with yoor engage
The military force will tionary tiremen waited upon the su
50 years of age.
perintendents of the coal companies
be reduced to 20,000 or 30,000.
•’’»'ty laughed aloud, f„r .b, koew ment!" said Mrs Campbell, and Kila
then Annt Morris wrote to her tide, mak
and asked to be reinstated. At some
Wheat—Walla Walla, export value,
had heard "that horrid creaking'* replied:
A movement has lieen started by of the mines the committees were
ing inquiries concerning her. I think the
than a hundre.1 times In Uhb..|Me.
Fletchers were rather peculiar in their the lalx»r unions of San Francisco to told that the places of the strikers 55«56c per bushel; bluestem, 57c;
"tl In (.100*0*1 everythiog tuunt necro
AHorney-General Knox Declined ts Reader aa
dispositions, au I were probably jealous shut out Japanese, placing them on were filled.
At others the names of
•rely aaaume a .......
form and sound, It, but Jenny, like a little tattler, must
Flour—best grades, (2.9003.40 per
of our family, for the letter was long un the same footing with the Chines«’.
"»•ting herself „p«,
foo, of ,hr
needs tell her, and so ahe has read
barrel; graham, (2.60.
and when at last Sarah's uncle
h’«"* "hy. that's th* frogs
I love two hours' sermon on the aubject. Rhe answered,
At a Chicago race track four horse» committees were told that if their
wrote, he said, that 'independent of old I
July 25.— Attorney
Oats—White, (1.32 401-35; gray,
b.,k r,'hr,n ''"»alf- Il makes me feel acted so queer, too. 1 didn't know what Temple's aid she had nxeivi-d a good liecanic frightened, threw their riders services were needed they would be
General Knox today declined to ren
«'■ sad and happy, just ao the crickets to thing of her. and when ah» and Henry education;' adding further that she had and lxdted from the track into the »ent for.
Barley—Feed, (16.50017; brewing, der an opinion, which was asked for
«• that sing under the hearth In our old are together they look an funny that I al
In accordance with the agreement (17017.50 per ton.
married and gone West, mid that he was ; s|xH’tators and several persons were
by the secretary of the treasury, on
•'»tn» *t ( hiroi»«»*,"
most liellcve she wants him herself, but
intending soon to follow her. He neither
Millstuffs—Bran, (17 pet* ton; mid the question whether or not, under
J»*niiy • whole In*art
waa in th« conn try ahe can't have him no, she can't have gave the name of her husband nor the
It is estimated that (2.000.000 in night by the executive officers of the dlings. (21.50; shorts, (20; chop, (16. existing laws, the secreteary is author
•h l ah*
' k ’ could
“ ol ** ’r'11 »rmpathlxa him.” and secure In the ludlef that ahe place to which they were going, mid aa
United Mineworkers and the chief
Hay—Timothy, (12.50(314; clover, ized to refund the duties collected on
Sk,..i I n-r«"«a. sensitive .later, wlm was the first and only object of Henry's all our subsequent letters were unanswer banknotes is in circulation which | officers of the stationary firemen,
(7(39.50; Oregon wild hay, (607 per goods imported from Porto Rico be
""""D nlghta and country
ed. I know not whether she la dead or
tween the date of the ratification of
r„. ' Areldentally spying .»me tall Io attend to the seamalresa who was doing alive; but often when I think how alone a defunct bank
The pates were sup- J ??n?c 7 !P.° nre"1’e
12 1____ _ers gave notice to
posed to have been destroyed 50 year» ' n,l,H Mtneworke
|‘‘ ,b?",hM »»‘"«Ing In the evening her plain sewing.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 17 4019c; the Spanish treaty and the date that
I am. without a relative iu the world. I
day that they will give up their posi dairy, 14015c; store, 11012c per the Foraker act went into effect.
After she was gone Mrs. ('niiipludl fell
have prayed mid wept that she might ago.
tions. This will make room for the pound.
to Jenny telling her to look and asleep, and for the first time In many a come back; for though I never naw her
The attorney general says that inas
The Havana drydock may be towed 0](j firemen,
"for If u 1lr''*', ,'*nm| against the house, long year dreamed of her old home In that 1 r*menib»r, she was my mother'»
much as the controller of the treas
Eggs—174018«’ per dozen.
to Subig bay, Luxon.
"-ka. I England. Rhe did not remember It her child, aud I should lore her for that.”
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 11« ury has given his decision on the sub
self. but she had so often heard It de-
"J" * ■l' ,'i' • wink Io night."
Ambuihed by Boer,.
Agtiitialdo is irritated by his con-
(To be continued.)
114c; Young America, 120124c per ject, it is a matter for the controller
'1",a"rl"X her that the tree was «II m rilxxl by the aunt who adopted her that
London. July 23.—The casualty pound.
alone, and he, therefore, cannot give
'• »rer th. now It came vividly before her mind, with
^ot Knotiirh Men.
The steel trust will attempt to open lists received tonight at the war
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, (3.25(3 a decision as requested. It is author
old tree«, anti Its dark atone walla, Ila spacious grounds,
"Sny!" cried the first 'longshoreman,
office indicate that a party of South 4.00; hens, (4.0005.00; dressed, 10(3 itatively stated at the treasury de
several plants this week.
terraced gardens, running vines and
ntl.hi i t
f°Lr J',,u' 1 •ho"1,1 *>»l*
th,‘ 1 could '•» a*«ke an.! creeping rosea H uncthing about It, too, “ain't ye got nny belter sense than to
African constabulary was ambushed 11c per pound; springs, (2.50(34.50 partment that the government will
reminded her of what Elin bail once said be smokin' while we're handling these
near Petrusburg July 16 and that two per dozen; ducks, (3 for old; (2.50 prtx’ceced immediately to refund these
tan ¡'n0. " ,f*W l!®r',»r and the atara be of her mother'a early home, and when kegs o' powder? Don't ye know there
members of the party were killed, 03.50 for young; geese, (4 per duties of the controller. The duties
Hot weather continues in tho Brit one dangerously wounded and 17 are dozen ; turkeys, live. 8(310c; dressed, to be refunded will reach approxi
the awoke ahe wondered that she had was nil explonloli last week that blowed
never questioned the child more concern up a dozen men?"
ish Isles, but relief is predicted.
missing and are believed to have 10012 4c !*r pound.
Ing'h'àïf ùt tn' a*1*1 ,b*' ' ,o" *r* "’•fc" ing her parents. She was Just lying Imck
"FaIIh.” repllml Cassidy, "that cud
been taken prisoners by the Doers.
Mutton — Lambs, 3 S'c. gross;
I U.t arlní '• k ,0U kn °W M
«• again upon her pillow when there was a never happen here.”
Ths Transport Service.
corn licit of Kansas and Nebraska.
dressed, 6(37c per pound; sheep,
gentle rap at the door, and Mary How
•butter,*”an't got any
All Depend, on ths Powers.
July 25.—-The reports mb-
ard's soft voice naked permission to come
Peasants of tbe Volga, Russia, pro
"Iteknae there’s only two av us work-
Hogs — Gross, heavy, »5.75ca6; mitted to Adjutant General Corbin
no mor* 11
Tien Tain, July 23. — Europeans
vinces are on the verge of starvation.
light, (4.7505; dressed, 64<3?c per by Major James B. Alishire, in charge
"Yea, do,” said Mrs. Campbell. "I’er- in' here." Philadelphia Pre««.
General Davis has relieved General here consider that the prevention of pound.
of the water transportation depart
Worse ths. bî <’°ar*n muslin stuff la hapn you can charm away my headache,
The HeiJ Come to l.ife.
Koldie in the southern Philippine
Veal—Small. 7 408 4’c; large, 6.4 ment of the army at Manila, show the
pends entirely upon the firmness dis
i<^i..gin?o'XhL,,"’n'’ •w'bod'" '«• which la dreadful."
Mr. Thlrtlwun The Jokos the funny
"I'll try," answered Mary. "8hall I men |M>rpetrate nowadays are nothing islands.
saving of (3,000 daily for the last
played by the powers.
It is thought 07 4c per pound.
Beef—Gross top steers, (4.0004.25; three months.
read to you?"
Mrs. Kruger, wife of ex-President that this fact should be recognized in
It is expected, in
like those that delighted me when 1
"If you plenae; but first give mo my
Kruger, of the Transvaal republic, Europe and the United States. The cows and heifers, (3.250 3.50; dressed view of this economy, to operate some
You’ll find them there in that
•«*». Is s<
<1I'*<'R""- «'"I the road. salts.
transports direct lietween Manila and
general feeling in Tien Tain is that beef, 64074c per pound.
Mr. Fortlwun Walt 'till you're a lit is dead.
Hope—12014c per pound.
•» there tl . "W"y‘
that, who drawer."
Adjutant General Cor
International Epworth League con China is in no wise overawed or re
tle older. They're now using the ones
Mary obeyed, but started an she open
Wool — Valley, 11013c; Eastern bin recommends the use of two of the
*"• soin.','i" ! kn"*' Hhe
to have adopted an off-hand tone to Oregon, 8012c; mohair, 20021c per fastest transprots in a monthly mail
f««a iii > wit/' "ni1 w!"’11 Mr*- Howland a »mall, old-fashioned miniature of a fair the way. don't say "perpetrate.” "Per- i journed.
service between San Francisco and
»"r" "no ,h “i?* °f
It is almost certain that the sta ward a member of the provisional
petunte" Is the word.—Philadelphia
Potatoes—(1.0001.25 per sack;new Manila, to insure quick handling of
that the tears Instantly camo to her eyes. Press.
tionary firemen's strike will soon be
"What 1« It?" naked Mr». CampbelL
ousting the provisional government. potatoes, l *<c per pound.
k’f lust i , i ,.? l ' J
W|,I,,"W covered with
at an end.
A Fmnoth Answer.
a*»y In tl lkr *' w,*lch ha.l been packed and Mary replied:
Ilf Do you think you really need a
"Thia picture no much like brother
To Help Revenus Raiders.
Pastelioard armor is likely to come
British Missionaries Indignant.
President Palmer, of the Rio
new dress now?
II 'ml se^her""1'1.",,'"*'lH,,|y would look Franky. Mny I look at It?"
into military fashion. It is, if thick
Tenn., July 25.—Tht
"Certainly,” said Mrs. Campbell. "Hint
She—You don't know anything nfanit
h’r gritu im -k
' '’"""y- •• »he read
terests in the road to the Gould inter Dritish missionaries who accompaied enough, almost impenetrable to car posse from Nashville to reinforce the
",,,U,"r • •«l.-nlahnient In her la a picture of my sialcr.”
It. I wish I had known before I mar ests for |W,000,000.
bine bullets, which can pierce five-
For a long time Mary gaacil at the
Major Periera to Tai Yuen Fu, in inch wooden planks. Recent experi revenue raiders engaged in Saturday's
ried you what a stupid you are.
b*r|" r''l”,a‘v‘l Mra. sweet, childish face, which, with Its clus
battle reached here today under com
Prince Bonaparte's philolgical libra Shan Si, to investigate the condition
lie You might have guessed It easily
ments prove this.
'•In. Hi... > * Vr "“'lr,‘aa’'d without cur- tering curls, and nofl brown eye», looked
mand of Revenue Agent Chapman and
twb.Sk „ f”r'y, years, and I'll ba Imund to her no much like l'rnnky. Al last,
the world, has lieen sectireti for the native Christians, traveled unarmed,
The record was broken recently in United States Marshal Overal. They
me. But coma," turning to Mrs. Campbell, she aaid. "You Me Up.
Newberry library, Chicago.
says a dispatch to the Times from the sale of unoccupied lands in Ne found the region quiet and informa
r*1 s iimuii.r’^
*"<l "*'• ,f y°u ran't must have loved her very much. What
M chick..... '""orso. Her
In selling its interest in tbe Sioux Pekin, relying upon a promise of braska, Wyoming anti Kansas. Over tion concerning moonshiners hard to
“Learning the cornet, Is he? Who'»
"Ella Temple." wan Mrs. < ampbell a
........ -I, aome currant
City A. Pacific railroad tho govern protection, which was faithfully ful 50,000 acres were disposed of, the obtain. Thomas Price, the wounded
reply, and Mary instantly exclaimed:
ment has recovered all the principal filled. Everywhere they were well re largest amount in any one week in deputy marshal, is still alive, but can
(»••— - • - "■’’"'•'f- «nd the swim
"Why, that was my mother's name.”
I the history of the land department.
live but a short time.
about (500,000 in addition.
"Your mol her, Mary! jour mother?” —Philadelphia Times.
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